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Office of the General Counsel, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Elian Gonzalez, Memorandum for Doris Meissner, Commissioner

GAZE, Alfred Harold (1885 - 1954), General Manager for the British Phosphate Commissioners since 1920

WATKINS, Michael John (1875 - 1945), General Manager and Secretary, Belfast Harbour Commissioners, since 1922

AUSTIN, Michael (Trescawen) (1927 - 1995), General Commissioner of Inland Revenue, 1965–86

FABRE, Hector (1834 - 1910), Commissioner-General for Canada in France from 1882

Ross, William (1911 - 1988), Lord High Commissioner, General Assembly of Church of Scotland, 1978–80

RENNIE, John Shaw (1917 - 2002), Commissioner-General, United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, 1971–77 (Deputy Commissioner-General, 1968–71)

HOOK, Neil Kenneth (born 1945), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Consul-General, Osaka, 2001–05; UK Commissioner-General, Expo 2005

TENNANT, Iain (Mark) (1919 - 2006), JP; Lord-Lieutenant of Morayshire, 1963–94; Crown Estate Commissioner, 1970–90; Lord High Commissioner to General Assembly, Church of Scotland, 1988–89

FRASER, Kate (1877 - 1957), Commissioner of the General Board of Control for Scotland, 1935–47; Deputy Commissioner, 1913–35; Chairman of the Scottish Association for Mental Health since 1947

MACDONALD, Hugh John (1850 - 1929), KC; Police Magistrate of the city of Winnipeg since 1911; late President Council, Attorney-General, Municipal Commissioner, and Commissioner of Railways, Manitoba


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An unpaid local body of persons of good standing appointed to hear appeals against income tax, corporation tax, and capital gains tax assessments or matters of dispute arising from them. General Commissioners can appoint their own clerk, often a lawyer, who can advise them on procedure and legal matters. Compare Special Commissioners.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services — Accounting.

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