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The sums at present paid and payable to the keeper of the signet for Scotland, and the fees at present payable for or in respect of instruments passing the signet in Scotland, and also the fees paid and payable to the lord register for Scotland, or in respect of the duties at present discharged by any person or persons in the office of the said lord register, shall continue to be paid and payable in the same manner as such fees respectively are now paid and payable; and such fees shall be applied in the first place in satisfying and paying such salaries or allowances as the Treasury shall think fit to grant and direct to be paid to any person or persons whom they may think necessary for the due discharge of the business appertaining to the offices of lord register and keeper of the signet for Scotland respectively; . . . F1 and any balance of such fees which shall remain after such payment shall be paid to the receiver general of Scotland at least once in three months, or as the Treasury shall direct, and shall be paid and accounted for by him with the other public monies received by him.
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