Superannuation Act, 1859

Evidence of infirmity in case of persons under sixty.

10. It shall not be lawful to grant any superannuation allowance under the provisions of this Act to any person who shall be under sixty years unless, upon medical certificate to the satisfaction of the Treasury that he is incapable, from infirmity of mind or body, to discharge the duties of his situation, and that such infirmity is likely to be permanent.