HC Deb 12 April 1897 vol 48 cc1065-6

Every person to whom a superannuation allowance shall have been granted under the provisions of this Act, before he has attained the age of sixty years, shall, until he has attained that age, be liable to be recalled to the office of the assessor to serve in the same or a similar capacity to that in which he has previously served, and, if he shall decline, when called upon to do so, to return to such duties, or shall decline or neglect to execute such duties satisfactorily, being in a competent state of health, he shall forfeit his right to the superannuation allowance which has been granted to him."

Question put, "That Clause 3 stand part of the Bill."

The Committee proceeded to a Division.


stated that he thought the Ayes had it, and, on his decision being challenged, said it appeared to him that the Division was frivolously claimed. He accordingly directed the Ayes and the Noes successively to stand up in their places. It appeared that the Noes were 14, and the Chairman declared that the Ayes had it.—(Division List, No. 180.)

Clause 4 —