HC Deb 01 August 1912 vol 41 c2253
44. Mr. GIBBS

asked whether there is any regulation to prevent approved societies compensating those of their representatives attending county insurance committees from the management allowance provided under the Act?


No regulations have been issued, but I am advised that expenditure of the kind indicated in the question could not legally be defrayed out of the administration account of an approved society. If, however, the special circumstances of any county are such that the Insurance Commissioners consider that the travelling expenses of the members of insurance committee should be repaid to them by the committee, the Insurance Commissioners may authorise such repayment.