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V. Seventeen hundred and fifty copies of the re- State Treasurer's port of the State Treasurer: two hundred for the Senate, five hundred for the House, six hundred and fifty for the State Treasurer, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

VI. One thousand five hundred copies of the gen- General Report of eral report of the Secretary of Internal Affairs: one ternal Afairs. hundred for the Senate, two hundred and fifty for the House, seren hundred and fifty for the Secretary of Internal Affairs, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

VII. Four thousand copies of the report of the Sec: Statistics. retary of Internal Affairs on industrial statistics: four hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, two thousand two hundred for the Secretary of Internal Affairs, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

VIII. Three thousand one hundred copies of the re- Rallroads, canals, port of the Secretary of Internal Affairs on railroads, canals, and telegraphs: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand two hundred for the Secretary of Internal Affairs, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

IX. Eight thousand four hundred copies of the report of the Department of Mines: one thousand for the Senate, two thousand for the House, five thousand for the Department of Mines, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

X. Six thousand one hundred copies of the report Superintendent of of the Superintendent of Public Instruction: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House; four thousand two hundred for the Superintendent of Public Instruction, for distribution to and among the sev. eral school-districts of the Commonwealth, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian. And the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall have published, biennially, twenty-four thousand six hundred copies of the school-laws and decisions, to School-laws, etc. be distributed by him: two thousand for the Senate, four thousand for the House, eighteen thousand for the Department, one hundred for the Governor, two hundred for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XI. One thousand two hundred copies of the report Soldiers' Orphans of the Commissioners of Soldiers' Orphans Schools: two hundred for the Senate, four hundred for the

Department of
Mines.

Public Instruction.

Schools.

Report of Adjutant General.

Insurance Commissioner.

Fire and Marine.

Lite and Accident.

Secretary of Agriculture,

House, two hundred for the Commission of Soldiers'
Orphans Schools, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the
Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred
for the State Librarian.

XII. Three thousand seven hồndred copies of the report of the Adjutant General: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand eight hundred for the Adjutant General, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XIII. Three thousand one hundred copies of the report of the Insurance Commissioner on fire and marine insurance: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand two hundred for the Insurance Commissioner, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XIV. Five thousand four hundred copies of the report of the Insurance Commissioner on life and accident insurance: one thousand for the Senate, two thousand for the House, two thousand for the Insurance Commissioner, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XV. Twenty thousand copies of the report of the Secretary of Agriculture: five thousand for the Senate, twelve thousand for the House, two thousand five hundred for the Secretary of Agriculture, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, three hundred for the State Librarian, and one hundred for the Agriculture Experiment Station.

XVI. Thirty-two thousand five hundred copies Smull’s Legislative Hand-book: nine thousand for the Senate, eighteen thousand for the House, five hundred for the Governor, five hundred for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, five hundred for the State Librarian; and two hundred copies each for the State Treasurer, Auditor General, Secretary of Internal Affairs, Adjutant General, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Insurance Commissioner, Secretary of Agriculture, Superintendent of Banking, Factory Inspector, Lieutenant Governor, Superintendent of Public Grounds and Buildings, Superinten. dent of Public Printing, Commission of Soldiers' Or. phans Schools, Commission of Forestry, Highway Commissioner, Comissioner of Fisheries, Game Commission, Chief of the Department of Mines, and the compiler. Out of the number assigned to each Department, at least one copy of said book shall be delivered to each officer and clerk thereof.

XVII. One thousand seven hundred copies of the report of the Board of Public Charities: three hundred for the Senate, six hundred for the House, four

Smull's Hand
Book.

Public Charities,

Health.

hundred for the Board of Public Charities, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XVIII. Seven thousand five hundred copies of the Flaherles. report of the Commissioners of Fisheries: two thousand for the Senate, four thousand five hundred for the House; four hundred for the Commissioners of Fisheries, one hundred for the Governor, two hundred for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XIX. Three thousand four hundred copies of the State Board of annual report of the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand five hundred for the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XX. Two thousand six hundred copies of the re- Commissioner of port of the Commissioner of Banking on banks: five

Banking. hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, seven hundred for the Commissioner of Banking, fifty Banks. for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXI. Two thousand six hundred copies of the re. Building and loan. port of the Commissioner of Banking on building and loan associations: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, seven hundred for the Commissioner of Banking, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hun. dred for the State Librarian.

XXII. One thousand two hundred copies of the re- Commissioners of port of the Commissioners of the sinking fund: two sinking fund. hundred for the Senate, four hundred for the House, two hundred for the State Treasurer, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXIII. Two thousand one hundred copies of the re- State Librarian. port of the State Librarian: three hundred for the Senate, seven hundred for the House, one thousand for the State Librarian, fifty for the Governor, and fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth.

XXIV. Five hundred copies of the report of Super- Printing and intendent of Public Printing and Binding: two hundred for the Superintendent of Public Printing and Binding, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXV. Two thousand two hundred copies of the report of Attorney General: three hundred for the Sen. ate, six hundred for the House, eight hundred for the Attorney General, one hundred for the Governor, one hundred for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

Binding.

Attorney General

Factory Inspector.

State College.

Forestry.

Highway Commis. sioner.

XXVI. Three thousand four hundred copies of the report of the Factory Inspector: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand five hundred for the Factory Inspector, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXVII. Four thousand copies of the annual report of the trustees of the Pennsylvania State College, and accompanying papers, with improvements or experiments made, with their cost and results, and such other matters, including State industrial and economical statistics, as my be supposed useful: three hundred for the Senate, seven hundred for the House, three thousand six hundred for the Pennsylvania State College, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXVIII. Five thousand five hundred copies of the report of the Department of Forestry: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, three thousand six hundred for the Commissioner of Forestry, fifty for the Governor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

XXIX. Three thousand copies of the report of the Highway Commissioner: five hundred for the Senate, one thousand for the House, one thousand one hun. dred for the Highway Commissioner, fifty for the Gov. ernor, fifty for the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and three hundred for the State Librarian.

Section 2. Of all documents, reports, pamphlets, et cetera, which may hereafter be authorized by the State, or are not included in this act, there shall be printed and furnished to the Governor and to the Secretary of the Commonwealth fifty copies each. Of all documents, reports, pamphlets, et cetera, which may hereafter be authorized by the State, or are not in. cluded in this act, there shall be printed and furnished to the State Librarian three hundred copies. A sufficient number of all publications furnished the State Librarian shall be kept and preserved in the Library; the balance to be used by the State Librarian for the purpose of exchange with the States and territories of the United States, and such foreign countries with whom an international exchange can be secured, as well as for distribution to such other libraries as may be of reciprocal advantage. The Superintendent of Public Printing and Binding, in ordering the printing of any documents, books or pamphlets, shall add to the same, if necessary, the number to be furnished the Governor, Secretary of the Commonwealth, and State Librarian.

Reports, pamphlets, etc.

Section 3. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent Repeal. herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. APPROVED-The 17th day of April, A. D. 1905.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 131.

AN ACT

Authorizing the State Treasurer of Pennsylvania to require

additional security from any bank, banking institution or trust company in which the funds of the State are deposited.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the State Treas. State Treasuror. urer of Pennsylvania, in addition to the security now required by law from any bank, banking institution or trust company, in which the funds of the State are deposited, may require such bank, banking institution or trust company, in which the said money shall be ity may be requirdeposited, to furnish United States Government

ed of banks, etc. bonds, the bonds of a State, city, county or other municipality, or such other bonds as the Board of Revenue Commissioners may approve, as collateral security for the funds of the State deposited therein.

Additional

secur

APPROVED—The 17th day of April, A. D. 1905.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 132.

AN ACT

as to license fee.

Providing for the determination by the court of common pleas

of the proper county of all disputes as to the reasonableness of the amount of license fees between municipal corporations and telegraph, telephone, or light, or power companies.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That whenever here. Corporations. after any dispute shall arise between any township, city, borough, or other municipal corporation of this in case of dispute State, having authority under the law to charge a license fee against any telegraph, telephone, or light, or power company, occupying the highways of said municipality with its poles, wires, conduits or cables, as to whether or not the amount of license fee named in any ordinance of said municipal corporation, for the inspection and regulation of the said poles, wires, conduits, or cables under its police powers, is or is not reasonable, either party may apply by petition Petition. to the court of common pleas of the county where said municipal corporation is situated, to determine the said dispute. Upon the filing of said petition,

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