Contributions to public appealsN.I.
8. In section 115 of the principal Act (expenditure for special purposes) after subsection (1) there shall be inserted—
“(1A) Subject to subsection (2), a council may make payments to any fund which is raised in connection with a particular event directly affecting persons resident in the United Kingdom on behalf of whom a public appeal for contributions has been made—
(a)by the chairman of a council; or
(b)by a committee of which the chairman of a council is a member; or
(c)by such a person or body as is referred to in section 137(3)(c) of the Local Government Act 1972F1; or
(d)by such a person or body as is referred to in section 83(3)(c) of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973F2.”
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