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(1)The portions of Apsley House described in Part I of the Second Schedule to this Act shall, subject to the provisions of this Act, be maintained and used as a museum for the preservation and exhibition to the public of the chattels which, by virtue of this Act, vest in the Minister of Education and such other chattels as His Grace the seventh Duke of Wellington or any other person may think fit from time to time to permit to be exhibited therein, being chattels associated with the first Duke of Wellington or his times which in the opinion of the Minister of Education should be so exhibited:
Provided that nothing in this subsection shall be construed as preventing the Minister of Education from temporarily removing from, or from exhibition in, the said museum any of the said chattels which for any reason it appears to him desirable should not for the time being be kept, or kept and exhibited, therein.
(2)The said portions of Apsley House may also be used—
(a)for the purpose of any entertainment given on behalf of His Majesty’s Government;
(b)with the consent of the Duke of Wellington for the time being, for any other public purpose not inconsistent with the continued use thereof as such a museum as aforesaid.
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