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Whereas by section nineteen of the Greenwich Hospital Act, 1865, it is enacted that where any commissioner, officer, clerk, or person, while in receipt of an annuity provided in accordance with that Act, is appointed to any office under the Crown or under the Admiralty, then, if the annuity is equal to or greater than the annual emoluments of the office to which he is appointed, the annuity shall be received by him in full discharge of those emoluments, and if the annuity is less than those emoluments, the amount of the annuity shall be received by him in discharge of an equal amount of those emoluments, and doubts have been entertained as to the meaning of this enactment; it is hereby declared that the said annuity shall be received in discharge only of the sum, if any, by which the annuity, together with the annual emoluments of the new office, exceeds the emoluments of the office in respect of which the annuity was granted.
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