§ Sir G. COURTHOPE
It is not practicable to give details of the various kinds of produce sold each month at each of the areas and centres under the control of the Forestry Commissioners. During 1933 sales of forest produce totalled £40,000. Over 60 per cent., by value, of this produce was obtained from the New Forest and Forest of Dean and adjoining areas, the remainder being spread over most of the other forests (168 in all) listed in the Commissioners' 13th Annual Report. The produce consisted of timber sold, felled or standing, poles for transmission and other purposes, pitwood, sawn timber (sleepers, scantlings, etc.), and miscellaneous items such as fencing material and cordwood.