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(1)An industrial training board may—
(a)appoint committees (which need not include members of the board);
(b)join with one or more other industrial training boards in appointing joint committees consisting of such persons (whether or not members of an industrial training board) as may be determined by the boards;
and delegate to any such committee, to such extent as may be stated in proposals submitted to and approved by the [F1Secretary of State] under section 5(5) below, all or any of the functions conferred on the board by section 5 or section 14(5) below.
(2)An industrial training board may pay or, as the case may be, join in paying—
(a)to the members of such a committee such allowances for loss of remunerative time as the Secretary of State may, with the approval of the Treasury, determine and such travelling, subsistence and other allowances as the board or, as the case may be, the boards may determine; and
(b)to the chairman of any such committee to which functions mentioned in subsection (1) above are delegated such remuneration as the board or, as the case may be the boards may determine.
(3)An industrial training board may make, or as the case may be join in making, such arrangements as the board may determine—
(a)for the payment of pensions, superannuation allowances and gratuities to or in respect of the chairmen of such committees as are mentioned in subsection (2)(b) above;
(b)for the payment of compensation to a person who ceases to be such a chairman otherwise than on the expiry of his term of office where it appears to the board that there are special circumstances which make it right for him to receive compensation.
(4)Subject to any directions of the board or boards which appointed it, a committee appointed under this section may regulate its own procedure and fix a quorum for its proceedings.
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