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1In section 7 (which relates, among other things, to finance), for the words “paid out of moneys provided by Parliament” there shall be substituted the words “ met as provided in section 22 of the National Heritage (Scotland) Act 1985. ”S
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3In section (1) (which relates to admission charges) for the words “National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland”, in both places where they occur, there shall be substituted the words “ National Museums of Scotland ”.S
4In Schedule 3 (which relates to exempt transfers), for the words “The Royal Scottish Museum” there shall be substituted the words “ The National Museums of Scotland. ”S
|Chapter||Short title||Extent of repeal|
|1925 c. 73.||The National Library of Scotland Act 1925.||In section 2(f), the words “and with the consent of the Secretary of State”.|
|1954 c. 14.||The National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland Act 1954.||The whole Act.|
|1954 c. 65.||The National gallery and Tate Gallery Act 1954.||In the First Schedule, the words “The Royal Scottish Museum”.|
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