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1. In section 5 of the Police, Factories, &c. (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1916 (regulation of street collections) after “Secretary of State” in each place insert “or the Minister for the Cabinet Office”.
2. In the following provisions of the House to House Collections Act 1939 in each place for “Secretary of State” substitute “Minister for the Cabinet Office”—
(a)section 2 (appeal against refusal of licence),
(b)section 3 (exemptions), and
(c)section 4 (regulation of licensing).
3. In the following provisions of the Charities Act 1992, in each place for “Secretary of State” substitute “Minister”—
(a)section 58(10) (interpretation),
(b)section 61(8) (donor’s right to cancel payment),
(c)section 64(1) (regulations about fund-raising),
(d)section 73(1) (regulations about public collections),
(e)section 77 (regulations and orders), and
(f)section 79(2) (commencement).
4. In the following provisions of the Charities Act 1993, in each place for “Secretary of State” substitute “Minister”—
(a)section 1(5) (Commissioners’ duty to report),
(b)section 2(7) (accounts),
(c)section 3 (register of charities),
(d)section 3A(2)(c) (registration of charities),
(e)section 4(2) (objections to registration),
(f)section 5(6) (status of registered charity),
(g)section 6(2)(c) (requirement to change charity’s name),
(h)section 10B(5) (disclosure to and by principal regulators of exempt charities),
(i)section 16(15) (concurrent jurisdiction of Commissioners and High Court),
(j)section 17(2) (schemes of administration),
(k)section 19(6) (receivers and managers),
(l)section 20(1) (publicity),
(m)section 28(8)(b) (dormant bank accounts),
(n)section 30(4) (documents),
(o)section 36(4)(a) (dispositions of land),
(p)section 40(4) (rentcharges),
(q)section 42 (annual statements of accounts),
(r)section 43(8) (annual audit),
(s)section 44(1) (audit: supplementary),
(t)section 45 (annual reports),
(u)section 48(4) (annual returns),
(v)section 74(11) (power to transfer all property etc.),
(w)section 75(9) (power to spend capital),
(x)section 85(1) (fees),
(y)section 86 (regulations and orders), and
(z)paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 (appointment of Commissioners).
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