Fortunately, in 1908, a well known pervert took time out from thumbing through his collection of pictures of naked boys, and started the Scouting movement.
In 1949, scouts were introduced to the first Bob a Job Week. Once again small boys could be exploited for a mere pittance.
In 1970, the Scout movement decided to cash in on the exploitation of child labour, and Bob a Job Week became Scout Job Week. Thus the price of temporarily enslaving children was inflated dramatically. Despite this slight setback, child abuse was still value for money.
Ironically, it was the fear of sexual deviants that brought this practise to an end. Nowadays, scouts are able to return to the more wholesome activities, such as tying each other up and singing about their Ging Gang Goolies!