A person appointed to a role on or by a commission
(The title of) a member of a city commission; a city government official.
An official who issues permits to dig for gold
The representative of the Crown at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
A member of any of various boards or commissions created to manage church matters; (now) specifically a member of the Church Commission, created in 1948 to manage the assets of the Church of England.
An official charged with the administration of local government at the county level, especially a member of a county commission.
An official appointed to guard the public interest in relation to railroads.
A delegate elected to represent Puerto Rico in the US House of Representatives. They are able to speak in the House and serve on committees, but may not vote
A solicitor authorized to administer an oath to a person making an affidavit
Another term for Lord Commissioner.
A lay official appointed to oversee the management of the property of the Church of England.
(In the UK) an official appointed to investigate complaints by individuals against public authorities