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Local Government Act 1929

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THIRD SCHEDULEProvisions as to certain payments which before the appointed day were payable out of Local Taxation Accounts or out of money which would have been payable to those accounts or which were payments required to be charged to Exchequer Contribution Accounts

Payments to Cattle Pleuro-Pneumonia Account

1(1)If in any financial year the money standing to the credit of the Cattle Pleuro-Pneumonia Account of Great Britain is insufficient to defray the costs and expenses of the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1874 to 1927, made payable out of that account, an amount equal to the deficiency shall be paid out of moneys provided by Parliament and carried to that account; and accordingly so much of section eighteen of the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894, as limits the amount payable into that account out of moneys provided by Parliament and the proviso to subsection (1) of that section shall cease to have effect.

(2)The Treasury may at any time within any financial year temporarily advance to the said account out of the Consolidated Fund or the growing produce thereof such sums as may from time to time be required for the purpose of mailing any payments properly falling to be made out of that account, but any sums so advanced shall be repaid out of moneys provided by Parliament before the end of the said year.

Payments in respect of Sates on certain Tithe Rentcharges and Payments in lieu of Tithe

2The Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Wales as respects any tithe rentcharge or any payment in lieu of tithe which is vested in them under the Welsh Church Acts, 1914 and 1919, and as respects which they were at the appointed day liable to pay one-half only of any rate or part of a rate, and the owner for the time being of any tithe rentcharge or payment in lieu of tithe as respects which the owner was at the appointed day liable to pay one-half only of any rate or part of a rate, shall continue to be liable to pay only one-half of the amount of any such rate or part of a rate which is assessed on them or him as owners or owner of any such tithe rentcharge or payment in lieu of tithe, and the remaining one-half shall on demand being made by the collector of the rate on the surveyor of taxes for the district, be paid by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, and the sums so payable by the Commissioners shall be charged on and issued out of the Consolidated Fund or the growing produce thereof instead of being paid out of the sums which would have been payable to the Local Taxation Account.

Payments towards salaries of Medical, Officers of Health, die

3Every county council and county borough council shall continue to make the like payments as they were, before the appointed day, required to make under paragraph (c) of subsection (2) of section twenty-four of the Local Government Act, 1888; that is to say, they shall pay to every local authority for any area wholly or partly in the county or county borough by whom a medical officer of health or sanitary inspector is paid one-half of the salary of that officer, where his qualification, appointment, salary, and tenure of office are in accordance with the regulations made by order under the Public Health Act, 1875, or the Public Health (London) Act, 1891; but if the Minister certifies to the council that any such medical officer has failed to send to the Minister such report and returns as are for the time being required by the regulations respecting his duties made by order of the Minister under either such Act as aforesaid, or if the local authority have failed to comply with the provisions of the Public Health (Officers) Act, 1921, the said sum equal to one half of the salary shall be forfeited to the Crown and shall be paid to the Exchequer and not to the said local authority :

Provided that, where the area of any such local authority is not wholly comprised in one county or county borough, a certified proportionate part only of the sum otherwise payable shall be paid by the council of each such county or county borough.

Payments to Public Vaccinators

4(1)Every county council and county borough council shall continue to make to public vaccinators the like payments as they were, before the appointed day, required to make to them under paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of section twenty-four of the Local Government Act, 1888; that is to say, they shall pay to every public vaccinator for a vaccination district wholly or partly in the county or county borough, such sums as the Minister may from time to time certify to be due from the council in substitution for the payments to public vaccinators under section five of the Vaccination Act, 1867:

Provided that, where a vaccination district is not wholly comprised in one county or county borough, a certified proportionate part only of the sum otherwise payable shall be payable by the council of each such county or county borough to the public vaccinator.

(2)The Minister shall fix the amount due on the like principles and may impose the like conditions for the payment thereof aa before the passing of the Local Government Act, 1888.

(3)The Minister may, if he thinks fit vary a certificate granted for the purposes of this paragraph, but unless so varied it shall be conclusive.

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