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(1)Sections seventy-six and seventy-seven of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1907 (which give a local authority certain powers as regards their parks and pleasure-grounds), together with Part VI of the Public Health Act, 1925 (which extends the said section seventy-six), shall be in force throughout the district of every local authority and section three of the said Act of 1907 (which relates to the adoption by a local authority of provisions in that Act) shall not apply to the said sections seventy-six and seventy-seven.
(2)When any part of a park or pleasure-ground is set apart by a local authority under paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of the said section seventy-six for the purpose of cricket, football or any other game or recreation, the local authority may, subject to the restrictions or conditions, if any, prescribed by rules made under that section, permit the exclusive use by any club or other body of persons of—
(a)any portion of the part set apart as aforesaid, and
(b)the whole or any part of any pavilion, convenience, refreshment room or other building provided under that section,
subject to such charges and conditions as the local authority think fit.
(3)Subsection (2) of this section shall not empower a local authority to permit at one and the same time the exclusive use of—
(a)more than one-third of the area of any park or pleasure ground, or
(b)more than one-quarter of the total area of all the parks and pleasure-grounds provided by them or under their management and control,
and in exercising their powers under paragraph (a) of that subsection, the local authority must satisfy themselves that they have not unfairly restricted the space available to the public for games and recreations.
(4)Subsections (2) and (3) of this section shall be read as one with the said section seventy-six.
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