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Hospitals and Charities Act 1922, Victoria


The Hospitals and Charities Act 1922 ( No. 3260) brought into being the Charities Board of Victoria, which was responsible for benevolent societies and institutions which were supported in whole or in part by voluntary contributions and which had as one of their objects the provision of ‘charitable relief to diseased, infirm, incurable, poor or destitute persons (including children and convalescent patients)’.

The Act’s long title is ‘An Act to amend the Law relating to Hospitals and Charities. It repealed the ‘Hospitals and Charities Act 1915’. The Hospitals and Charities Act 1928 (No. 3699) repealed this Act.

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