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193 Apportionment of general expenses.S

In determining the amount of the expenses for any particular purpose including the expenses of administering any trust under the control of a local authority, such proper proportion as the local authority determine of the cost of officers, buildings and establishment and any other expenses which are treated by the authority as, or are directed to be defrayed as, general expenses of the authority shall be added to and treated as part of the expenses directly incurred for that purpose.

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F1Pts. I–VIII (ss.1–173), ss. 174–178, 179(2)(4)–(6), 180–186, 188–192, 194, 196–215, 217–220, 224–227, 230,239, 245, 246, 255–257, Pts. XIII–XVI (ss. 297–316), s. 317, 319, 320, Pts. XVIII–XIX (ss.321–335), 336–376, 209–215, 217–220, 224–227, 230, 239, 245, 246, 255–257 repealed by Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 (c. 65), s. 237(1), Sch. 29

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F1Pts. I–VIII (ss.1–173), ss. 174–178, 179(2)(4)–(6), 180–186, 188–192, 194, 196–215, 217–220, 224–227, 230,239, 245, 246, 255–257, Pts. XIII–XVI (ss. 297–316), s. 317, 319, 320, Pts. XVIII–XIX (ss.321–335), 336–376, 209–215, 217–220, 224–227, 230, 239, 245, 246, 255–257 repealed by Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 (c. 65), s. 237(1), Sch. 29

195 Savings.S

Nothing in this Part of this Act [F2or Part VII of the M1Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973] shall—

(a)be deemed to require or authorise a local authority to apply or dispose of the surplus annual revenue arising from any undertaking carried on by them otherwise than in accordance with the provisions of any enactment or statutory order relating to the undertaking; or

(b)affect the operation of section one of the M2Roads Act, 1920, or of any Order in Council made thereunder; or

(c)affect the provision of any enactment or statutory order with respect to the keeping of accounts by a local authority for the purpose of that enactment or order so far as inconsistent herewith.

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