The profit arising from office or employment; that which is receivedas a compensation for services, or which is annexed to the possession of office assalary, fees, and perquisites; advantage; gain, public or private. Webster. Anyperquisite,advantage, profit, or gain arising from the possession of an office. Apple v. CrawfordCounty. 105 Pa. 303. 51 Am. Itep. 205; Iloyt v. U. S., 10 IIow. 135, 13 L. Ed. 34S;Vansant v. State, 90 Md. 110, 53 Atl. 711.
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