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any doctor or other person knowingly not to report a case of smallpox, diphtheria or scarlet fever which may come to their knowledge; making it compulsory upon cities, boroughs and townships to furnish to any quarantined person or persons medical care and attention, nursing and the necessaries of life, and providing a method whereby citizens may petition the court to correct any abuses therein; providing penalties for the violation of any section of this act."

House bill No. 327, entitled “An act to provide for the better protection and preservation of game quadrupeds and game birds, song and insectivorous birds, and prescribing penalties for violation of its several provisions."

House bill No. 405, entitled "An act to regulate the sale of anthracite coal by the ton, in deliveries by retail coal dealers."

House bill No. 301, entitled “An act to amend section fourteen of an act, entitled 'An act to establish an Insurance Department,' approved the fourth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, as amended by an act, entitled 'A supplement to an act, entitled An act to establish an Insurance Department; approved the twenty-sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred eighty-seven; providing for the further regulating of foreign insurance companies, and relating to agents and others doing business with unauthorized insurance companies, and defining penalties therefor."

House bill No. 392, entitled "An act defining mutual beneficial associations and their status; providing for their registration in the office of the Insurance Commissioner, and placing them under his jurisdiction and supervision therein; providing penalties for violation of the provisions of this act, and making certain acts of agents, collectors, physicians and other persons, with reference to such associations, misdemeanors, and providing penalties therefor, and exempting such associations from taxation."

Senate bill No. 370, entitled “An act providing a pension of twenty dollars per month for Lavinia McCalley, widow of James B. McCalley."

Senate bill No. 429, entitled “An act granting a pension to George W. Lightner, of Tyrone township, Perry county, Pennsylvania, late of a company known as the “Curtin Horse Guards,” emergency men of one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, attached to the Twentieth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Wyncoop.”

House bill No. 608, entitled "An act authorizing the county commissioners, in counties containing more than five hundred thousand inhabitants, to appoint election officers, including election judges, inspector and assessors, in all cases of vacancy from any cause, and regulating the procedure in such cases."

Senate bill No. 616, entitled "An act conferring upon cities of this Commonwealth the right of eminent domain for the purpose of removing dams, booms or other obstructions from streams flowing through, in or near said cities, and providing for the securing and assessment of damages to the owners of such dams, booms or other obstructions, and prescribing the method of procedure in regard thereto."

Senate bill No. 640, entitled “An act to amend an act, entitled 'An act to carry out the provisions of section twelve, article three,

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of the Constitution, in relation to the public printing and binding and the supply of paper therefor.”

House bill No. 728, entitled “An act to regulate the manufacture and sale of alum baking powders, and providing penalties for violation thereof."

House bill No. 722, entitled 'An act granting a pension to William H. Engle, a private in Captain William C. Ermentrout's Independent company of artillery; also the Pennsylvania Volunteer Militia, commanded by William Geiger, of Reading, Pennsylvania."

House bill No. 543, entitled "A further supplement to an act, entitled 'An act to provide revenue by taxation, approved June seventh, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine."

House bill No. 721, entitled "An act granting an honorable recog. nition to George Lewis Gussman for meritorious service rendered in the United States Government during the Civil War."

Senate bill No. 563, entitled "An act to convey and quiet the possession of land formerly belonging to a borough in a property holder, where the same has been in possession of property holder not less than fifty years."

Senate bill No. 378, entitled "An act limiting the time in which actions of trespass for libel must be brought to issue."

Senate bill No. 81, entitled "An act requiring the entire amounts of license moneys for the sale of vinous, spirituous, malt and brewed liquors, to be paid to the county treasurer, and regulating his compensation for receiving and dispersing the same, including certain license moneys heretofore received by such treasurer.”

House bill No. 739, entitled "An act to provide for the protection and preservation of bear and cubs, and prescribing penalties for the violation of this act.”

House bill No. 731, entitled “An act authorizing the boards of commissioners of townships of the first class to enact ordinances for the preservation of the public health."

House bill No. 762, entitled "An act to amend 'An act to fix the salaries to be paid county officers, in counties containing over five hundred thousand inhabitants and less than eight hundred thousand inhabitants, by fixing the salaries of county engineers and deputy county surveyors; being a supplement to an act approved the second day of June, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, entitled 'A further supplement to an act, entitled 'An act to carry into effect section five of article fourteenth of the Constitution, relative to the salaries of the county officers and the payment of fees received by them into the State or county treasury, in counties containing over one hundred and fifty thousand inhabitants,' approved the thirty-first day of March, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six; authorizing the appointment and fixing the salary of the deputy county surveyor.

Senate bill No. 353, entitled "An act providing for the employ. ment of a chief draftsman in the Department of Internal Affairs of Pennsylvania, and fixing salary therefor.”

House bill No. 326, entitled “An act to establish a Division of Horticulture in the Department of Agriculture, to provide for the appointment of a Commissioner of Horticulture and a clerk, and to fix their salaries."

House bill No. 30, entitled “An act to authorize the courts of common pleas and the orphans' courts of, in and for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to appoint and remove trustees."

House bill No. 351, entitled "An act supplementary to an act approved June eighteenth, one thousand eight hundred and ninetyfive, entitled 'An act to prevent physicians and surgeons from testifying in civil cases to communications made to them by their patients,' amending the first section thereof, extending its provisions to proceeding for divorce and in equity, and other proceedings in courts of law and in equity of the Commonwealth.”

House bill No. 268, entitled “An act to provide for the draining of swampy and wet lands."

House bill No. 226, entitled "An act to protect the public from the unlawful use of bottles, jars, vessels or other packages in the sale and delivery of milk and cream, and their products, and provid. ing penalties for such use."

Senate bill No. 261, entitled "An act to repeal an act approved the twelfth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, entitled 'An act relative to the publication of legal advertisements in the county of Bedford.""

House bill No. 265, entitled "An act to enable foreign corporations to take, purchase and hold real estate in this Commonwealth, for the purpose of erecting and maintaining sanitariums and health resorts, and bottling, preparing, selling and shipping mineral and other waters."

House bill No. 149, entitled “An act to enable foreign corporations, engaged in this State in the manufacture of petroleum or its products into articles of use or commerce, to hold real estate in this Commonwealth.”

House bill No. 258, entitled "An act to provide for an additional law judge of the several courts of the Forty-seventh judicial district, composed of the county of Cambria.”

House bill No. 29, entitled “An act to establish a uniform method for issuing and recording certificates granted to persons employed as mine foremen and assistant mine foremen in the coal mines of Pennsylvania."

House bill No. 491, entitled "An act respecting trading stamps, coupons, tickets and other similar devices, to provide for and to regulate the mode and manner of redemption of said trading stamps, coupons, tickets and other similar devices, and to provide penalties for a violation thereof."

Senate bill No. 376, entitled "An act to provide for the retirement of judges of the courts of record of this Commonwealth.”

Senate bill No. 388, entitled "An act to amend an act, entitled 'An act to regulate the publication, binding and distribution of the public documents of this Commonwealth,' approved the second day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine.”

Senate bill No. 182, entitled "An act concerning acquisition, by condemnation, of lands by railroad corporations of this Common. wealth, possesed of the power of eminent domain, including those used and occupied in whole or in part as dwellings by the owners thereof, and exempting burial grounds and places of public worship and certain Colonial and Revolutionary structures and sites."

House bill No. 535, entitled "An act to amend an act, entitled, ‘An act providing that no company hereafter formed for the purpose of construction and operation of a passenger railway, either elevated or underground, or partly elevated or partly underground, with incidental surface rights, shall be incorporated, except where the same shall be located upon streets in thickly populated regions, and until the necessity for such railways shall have been passed upon by a board consisting of the Governor, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and the Attorney General, after notice,' approved the twentieth day of June, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and one."

House bill No. 229, entitled "An act to provide for an additional law judge of the several courts of the Twelfth judicial district."

Senate bill No. 291, entitled "An act authorizing the cities of the second class in this Commonwealth to own, control and maintain their own waterworks, and for that purpose to acquire, by condemnation proceedings, or otherwise, present existing water works plants, or failing to be able to do so at a satisfactory cost, to build, purchase, lease, or in any other manner acquire a separate waterworks plant, for the purpose of supplying or furnishing water to the said cities and the inhabitants thereof, and authorizing the said cities to raise the money necessary for this purpose by an issue of bonds upon the waterworks so purchased, constructed or erected.”

House bill No. 329, entitled "An act to prohibit the appointment of deputy constables in counties containing over one million in. habitants."

House bill No. 72, entitled "An act to prohibit the employment at any work or labor of any minor child, under the age of twenty-one years, in or around any anthracite coal mine or colliery, for more than eight hours a day; providing a method whereby the employers of labor may ascertain such age, and providing a penalty for noncompliance with the provisions of this act.

House bill No. 202, entitled “An act to amend section one of an act, entitled 'An act fixing a common basis upon which to calculate the earnings of miners or persons working in coal mines,' approved the thirtieth day of March, Anno Domini one thousand eight hun. dred and seventy-five, so as to make the ton of two thousand two hundred and forty pounds the basis from which to calculate the earnings of miners or persons working in coal mines."

House bill No. 204, entitled “An act amending article two of an act, entitled 'An act to provide for the health and safety of persons employed in and about the anthracite coal mines of Pennsyl. vania, and for the protection and preservation of property connected therewith,' approved the eighth day of June, Anno Domini nineteen hundred and one.”

House bill No. 503, entitled “An act to provide for the appointment of a commission to investigate the causes of floods and overflows of rivers and water-courses, and to make recommendations for preventing the same, and making an appropriation therefor.”

House bill No. 667, entitled "An act making an appropriation to pay for the collection, revising, indexing and proof-reading of the pamphlet containing the game, the fish and forestry laws of this Commonwealth."

House bill No. 724, entitled "An act making an appropriation to John T. Stauffer, of Philadelphia.”

House bill No. 774, entitled "An act making an appropriation to the Presbyterian Hospital of Pittsburg and Allegheny."

Senate bill No. 328, entitled "An act making an appropriation to the Passavant Hospital, at Pittsburg."

Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the

State at the city of Harrisburg, this sixteenth

day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand Great Seal. nine hundred and three, and of the Common wealth the one hundred and twenty-seventh.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER. By the Governor:

FRANK M. FULLER,

Secretary of the Commonwealth. Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth on the 16th day of May, A. D. 1903.

LEWIS E. BEITLER, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth.

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