National Health Insurance Act, 1925

Certain sums to be transferred from Stamps Sales Account to Medical Certification Fund.

3.—(1) Subject to the limitation hereinafter prescribed, such part as the Irish Insurance Commissioners shall direct of the sums which under section 29 of the National Health Insurance Act, 1918 (which provides for the disposal of sums unclaimed in the Stamps Sales Account) would be carried to the National Health Insurance Central Fund shall, instead of being so carried, be credited to the Medical Certification Fund.

(2) The total amount to be credited to the Medical Certification Fund under this section shall not exceed such sum as, together with the sums to be credited to the said Fund under the foregoing provisions of this Act, shall be sufficient to meet the sums directed by this Act to be paid out of the Medical Certification Fund.