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IRREGULAR PAYMENTS BY LLANDUDNO COUNCIL. DINNERS AND VISITS TO LONDON. J Mr J. Edwyn Hughes, the district auditor, n his report of the audit of the accounts, submitted to the Llandudno Urban District Cotinoi), at their meeting on Friday, stated that "during the audit, application was made to the Looal GoTera- iti?nt Board for sanction mid&r tihe provisiona of the Looal Authorities (Expenses) Act, 1887, to the following .illegal oxpandituro:-217- 13. 6dâ payments made to the proprietors of the Imperial Hotel, Llandudno, for dinners supplied to the members of the International Road Oo. when visiting Llandudno; JS16 13s ld-paid to Mr Little, sanitary inspector, being tihe of the cost of entertaining the members attending a Sanitary Inspectors' Conference at Llandudno; £1 15s 6d Mr Sanson's expenses in ooranection with the reception of the Sanitary Inspeotors' Association; 95 6sâMr Sarson's expenses in at. tending a conftrl-nce of the National Society for the Prevention of Consumption, held in London; £3 7sâMr Shadbolt's expenses attending the au- nual con.ferertce of Institutions of Gas Engineers, held in London; L2 2sâMr Wm. Williams' ex. penses of attendance in London &t a conference of the British Federation of Health and Ilohday Resorts. "As regards the payments of 217 13s 6d, LIG 13a Id, and 91 15s 6d, the Board reforred to theii letters of the 14tih April, 1913, a.nd the 9th May, 1913, respectively, when they intimated that they could not sanction such expenditure,and' in the cir- cumstances, the Board declined to sannion tihe payments at audit. The payments of 217 13s 6d, £ 16 133 Id, and £ 1 15s 6d were therefore drs- allowed by me, and surcharged upon the memo bers w'ho authorised the making of the came. "The Board gave their sanotion 'on this occlu- sion' to the expenditure of 95 6s, £3 7s, and £2." Mr Picroo JcnL-s asked how the surcharges were to be paid. The Chairman: That is the subject of com. munication with the Local Government Board. The Clerk: In due course it will probably bo remitted with a caution (laughter). Mr W. O. Williams proposed that members who vote for illegal payment should be askw to sign the order for tha cheques. The Chairman: You are out of order, Mr Wil. llama; you must i'iy notice of a motioa like that.

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