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Superannuation Allowances in Scottish District and Parochial Asylums


That officers and servants of the Scottish district and parochial asylums should be utterly shut out from all superannuation allowances is an almost incredible anomaly. Public servants throughout Great Britain are generally provided for in this way, and very few of them can claim it on the ground of having duties that are in any respect so anxious, responsible, or dangerous. Asylum workers should be the first and not the last to be thus provided for.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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