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In Scotland, the following provisions shall have effect:
(a)Where an obligation is laid by this Act on any harbour authority, company, or local authority to make or enforce any byelaws or to grant any license or to do anything, the Court of Session may, upon summary application by any corporation, harbour authority, or local authority, or party interested, compel such harbour authority, company, or local authority to discharge such obligation:
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(c)The proceedings may be on indictment in the Court of Justiciary . . . F2 or in the sheriff court, or may be taken summarily in the sheriff court under the provisions of [F3Part II of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975], as the Lord Advocate shall direct:
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(e)In Scotland, all penalties imposed in pursuance of this Act shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing them, and shall by him be accounted for and paid to [F4the Secretary of State] , and be carried to the Consolidated Fund; and the proceeds of any sales of explosives or of the ingredients of explosives, or of the receptacles of explosives or their ingredients, or of any ship, boat, or carriage, forfeited and directed to be sold, or directed to be sold and disposed of as if the same were forfeited under this Act, shall be paid, accounted for, and applied in like manner as penalties under this Act:
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