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Where any person enjoying any superannuation allowance in consequence of retiring from office on account of age, infirmity or any other cause, or enjoying any compensation for past services on the abolition or reduction of office, is appointed to fill any office in any public department, such allowance or compensation shall cease to be paid for any period after that appointment if the annual amount of the profits of the office to which he is appointed shall be equal to those of the office formerly held by him, and if they shall not be equal to those of his former office then no more of such allowance or compensation shall be paid to him than that which with the salary of his new appointment shall be equal to that of his former office.
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