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7. Purposes to which funds of Society may be applied.

Notwithstanding anything contained in any appeal for subscriptions or gifts to or for the purposes of the Committee, the Managing Body may in its discretion apply

(a) either the corpus of the income or any part of such corpus or income of any property vested in it under clause (b) of section 6 for the relief of sickness, suffering or distress caused by tile operation of war in India or in any other country in which Expeditionary Forces from India- may, from time to time, be employed and for purposes cognate to that object and in maintaining Red Cross Depots for military purposes;

(b) in accordance with the provisions of section 8 the income only of any such property but not the corpus or any part thereof for the relief of sickness or suffering in India, whether due to the operation of war or not, or in pursuance of any of the objects set forth in the First Schedule.

Indian Red Cross Society Act, 1920 Back

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