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18The Accounts Commission for Scotland.
20The Auditor General for Scotland.
21The Chief Investigating Officer established by section 9(1) of the Ethical Standards in Public Life etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 7).
22The Crofters Commission.
23The Deer Commission for Scotland.
24The General Teaching Council for Scotland.
25Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
26Learning and Teaching Scotland.
27Any local enterprise company, that is to say any company (within the meaning of the Companies Act 1985 (c. 6))—
(a)which is a wholly owned subsidiary (within the meaning of that Act) of Scottish Enterprise or Highlands and Islands Enterprise, and
(b)with which an agreement (not being one which has terminated) has been made in pursuance of section 19 of the Enterprise and New Towns (Scotland) Act 1990 (c. 35) by Scottish Enterprise or Highlands and Islands Enterprise for the discharge by that company of any of the functions of Scottish Enterprise or, as the case may be, Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
28The Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland.
29The Board of Trustees for the National Galleries of Scotland.
30The Trustees of the National Library of Scotland.
31The Board of Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland.
32The Parole Board for Scotland.
33The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.
34The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.
35The Scottish Agricultural Wages Board.
36The Scottish Arts Council.
37The Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration.
38The Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care.
40The Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
41The Scottish Further Education Funding Council.
42The Scottish Further Education Unit.
43The Scottish Higher Education Funding Council.
45The Scottish Hospital Endowments Research Trust.
46The Scottish Legal Aid Board.
47The Scottish Medical Practices Committee.
48Scottish Natural Heritage.
49The Scottish Qualifications Authority.
51The Scottish Social Services Council.
52The Scottish Sports Council.
53The Scottish Tourist Board.
54The Standards Commission for Scotland.
55The Water Industry Commissioner for Scotland.
56Any holder of an office—
(a)established by or under any enactment, and
(b)appointments to, or designations of, which are made by a listed authority mentioned in paragraph 7 or 8 of Part 1 of this schedule.
57British Library Board.
58British Potato Council.
59British Tourist Authority.
60British Wool Marketing Board.
61Central Bureau for Educational Visits and Exchanges.
62Committee of Investigation for Great Britain.
63Community Development Foundation.
64Construction Industry Training Board.
65Consumers' Committee for Great Britain.
66The Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel.
67The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
69Engineering Construction Industry Training Board.
70Food from Britain.
72Home-Grown Cereals Authority.
73Horticultural Development Council.
74Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce.
75Joint Nature Conservation Committee.
76The licensing authority designated under section 1(1) of the Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) Act 1995 (c. 15).
77Meat and Livestock Commission.
78Milk Development Council.
79National Consumer Council.
80National Radiological Protection Board.
81Police Information Technology Organisation.
82Rail Passengers' Committee for Scotland (formerly known as the Rail Users' Consultative Committee for Scotland).
83Scottish Consumer Council.
84Sea Fish Industry Authority.
85The Theatres Trust.
86Traffic Commissioner for the Scottish Traffic Area.
87The Trustees of the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
88United Kingdom Sports Council.
89Unrelated Live Transplant Regulatory Authority.
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