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tion, presswork, folding, tipping or sewing, and deliv-
ering, eleven hundred copies, twelve cents.
For each page of calendar, including composition,
press work, tipping or sewing and delivering, six hun-
dred and fifty copies, three dollars.
Folding, et cetera.-For folding, gathering, stitch-
ing, collating, delivering, per one hundred sheets of
any size, fifteen cents; folding and inserting maps,
plates, diagrams, illustrations, with or without facings,
per one hundred copies, fifty cents.
Binding.—For paper covers, including composition,
press work and putting on, for all books, documents
and publications, per one hundred copies, one dollar.
Fifty cents for each additional hundred.
Cover paper to be furnished by the Commonwealth
to the contractor or contractors.
For half binding, leather backs and corners, titles
lettered with gold leaf, paper sides, as follows:
Half law skiver, forty cents.
Half law sheep, fifty cents.
Half calf, seventy-five cents.
Half roan binding, cloth sides, seventy-five cents.
Half busing, fifty cents.
Half bock, fifty cents.
Binding Legislative Records, in one-half binding, one
dollar per volume. -
Half turkey morocco binding, seventy-five cents.
For full binding, as follows: -
Skiver, sixty cents.
Sheep, ninety cents.
Calf, one dollar.
Bock, seventy-five cents.
Roan, seventy-five cents.
Cowhide, seventy-five cents.
Buffing, seventy-five cents.
For extra turkey morocco binding, one dollar and
fifty cents. -
All laws and official documents which are to be
bound in full law sheep, or any other report that the
Superintendent may deem necessary, shall have the
backs laced on, for which there shall be charged twen-
ty-five per centum additional.
All reports bound in half or full binding, with full
gilt back and gilt edges, shall be charged twenty per
centum additional.
Marble edges, per book, three cents.
Gold edges, per book, fifteen cents.
For rebinding of blank-books in full binding, as fol.
lows:
Cap size, two dollars.
Demy, four dollars.
Medium, six dollars.

Calendars.

Folding, etc.

Binding.

Half binding.

Full binding.

Lacing.

Backs and edges.

Rebinding.

Cloth binding.

Blank work.

Royal, seven dollars. Super Royal, eight dollars. For cloth binding, of any color, as follows: All books, documents or publications in muslin covers, plain covers, whether plain, gilded or embossed with lettering on sides or backs, or both, per volume, twenty cents. Blank work.-For folding, sewing and binding blank-books, including the price of all materials excepting paper, as follows: Per quire, letter size or smaller, for half-binding, with corners, fifteen cents. Half-binding, with spring-back, twenty-five cents. Full binding, forty cents. Full binding, russia corners, fifty cents. Full binding, russia ends and bands, seventy-five cents. Plain, per quire, half binding, cap size, twenty-five cents. Same, with spring-back, forty cents. Full binding, fifty cents. Full binding, russia corners, seventy cents. Full binding, russia ends and bands, ninety cents. Demy, per quire, half binding, thirty cents. Same, with spring-back, fifty cents. Full binding, seventy cents. Full binding, russia corners, ninety cents. Full binding, russia ends and bands, one dollar and ten cents. Medium, per quire, half binding, sixty cents. Same, with spring-back, seventy cents. Full binding, eighty-five cents. Full binding, russia corners, one dollar and ten cents. Full binding, russia ends and bands, one dollar and twenty-five cents. Royal, per quire, half binding, eighty-five cents. Same, with spring-back, one dollar and ten cents. Full binding, one dollar and twenty-five cents. Full binding, russia corners, one dollar and twentyfive cents. Full binding, russia ends and bands, one dollar and twenty-five cents. Super Royal, per quire, half binding, one dollar and twenty-five cents. Same, with spring back, one dollar and fifty cents. Full binding, one dollar and seventy-five cents. Full binding, russia corners, two dollars. Full binding, russia ends and bands, two dollars and twenty-five cents. Imperial, per quire, half binding, one dollar and seventy-five cents. Same, with spring-back, two dollars and twenty-five cents.

Full binding, two dollars and fifty cents. Full binding, russia corners, three dollars. Full binding, russia ends and bands, three dollars and fifty cents. All blank-books, sewed on guard or flat, open binding, twenty per centum additional on the aforesaid prices. With printed headings on all blank-books or printed forms, twenty per centum additional on the aforesaid prices. No charge to be made for indexing, excepting when leather tabs with gold letters are used, for which there shall be allowed for each alphabet one dollar. For extra canvas covers, per blank-book of any size, one dollar and fifty cents. Each quire to count twentyfour sheets, to be first-class: letter size not to weigh less than twelve pounds to the ream; Demy, twentyeight pounds; medium, thirty-six pounds; royal, fortyfour pounds; super royal, fifty-four pounds, and imperial, seventy-two pounds; when interleaved with blotting paper, said paper to be included in the count of the quires. Miscellaneous.-For ruling, per hundred sheets, each passage through the machine, ten cents. No additional charge to be allowed for designing, when required. Lithograph work.-For all engraving on stone, except tints, per square inch, sixty cents; to be computed by the square of the design. Tints engraved or drawn on stone, per square inch, twenty-five cents. Lithographic printing.—For the best press work, in one color, including transfer, cap size or less, per one hundred copies, seventy-five cents. Note- and letter-heads and envelopes, seventy-five cents per hundred. For all sizes larger than cap, per hundred copies, one dollar and twenty-five cents. Each additional color at the same rates. Printing from steel or copper plates, cap size or less, per hundred copies, one dollar. Note- and letter-heads and envelopes, at the same rates. For all sizes larger than cap, per hundred, two dollars. Maps, diagrams or illustrations, of whatever design, shall not be printed in more colors than one, if the same can be shown in one color, and at no time shall they be printed in more colors than are absolutely necessary to show the same, and then only upon a written order of the Superintendent of Public Print. ing and Binding. Letter-press printing, blanks, cards, and all miscellaneous job work, including composition, as follows:

Headings.
Indexing.

Canvas covers.

Lithograph work.

Plate printing.

Maps, diagrams, . etc.

Letter-press printing, job work, etc.

Townships of

the first class.

Sewers or drains.

Costs.

Ordinance.

One-eighth folio or less, per hundred, twenty-five cents. Half cap or less, per hundred, fifty cents. Half folio or less, per hundred, seventy-five cents. Full folio or less, per hundred, one dollar. Medium or less, per hundred, one dollar and fifty cent S. For all sizes larger than medium, per hundred, two dollars, if printed on one side only. For all sizes, printed on both sides, fifty per centum additional. Revenue blanks, per thousand, four dollars. Mercantile blanks, per thousand, two dollars. Each additional color, per thousand, one-half above rates. The price for printing on parchment to be at the same rates. The Commonwealth to furnish all paper, envelopes, parchment, cards, and so forth, excepting other materials required for binding, which said material is included in the schedule price for binding. All materials to be the best of quality, and the printing and binding and all other work to be first-class, and kept up to the standard of the times.

A PPROVED —The 7th day of February, A. D. 1905. SAML. W. PENNY PACKER,

No. 2.

AN ACT

To provide for charging the cost of construction of sewers and drains, heretofore or hereafter constructed in townships of the first class, against properties accommodated or benefited thereby; authorizing the township commissioners to create sewer districts, to apportion the cost of sewer construction annong the same, and to prescribe the manner in which the charges shall be assessed on properties, and municipal liens filed for the same, or to assess an annual tax for payment of such cost.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That it shall be lawful for the board of township commissioners of every township of the first class to charge the cost of construction of any sewer or drain, or of any system of sewers or drains, heretofore or hereafter constructed by the authority of the said township, or such portion of the cost thereof as the said board may deem proper, upon the properties accommodated or benefited thereby ; that the ordinance providing for such charge shall, in all cases, be adopted by the board within six months from the date of the final completion of such sewer or drain, or of such system of sewers and drains, as the case may be.

Section 2. Whenever a sewer system has been here. tofore, or shall hereafter be, constructed by a township of the first class, for the accommodation of a certain portion only of the territory of the township, it shall be lawful for the commissioners of such township to constitute the territory accommodated into a sewer district, or to divide it into several sewer districts, at the discretion of the board. In every such case the commissioners shall cause an estimate to be made of the proportion of the cost of the sewer system which should equitably be charged on each of said districts, no district being charged with more than its due proportion of the cost of the main sewers, pumping-stations, et cetera, used jointly by more than one district; and in such case the aggregate amount charged on property in any such district shall not exceed the amount of such estimate. Any amount not charged upon properties benefited, as hereinbefore provided for, shall be chargeable, either upon all property within the sewer district, on a pro rata of the assessed valuation thereof, or else shall be paid out of the general taxation of the township, as the commissioners may decide. And such apportionment shall be declared and established by ordinance of the board of township commissioners. Section 3. The charge for sewer construction in any township of the first class may be assessed upon the properties accommodated or benefited, in either of the following methods, as the board of township commissioners may determine: (1). By an assessment of each lot or piece of land, in proportion to its frontage abutting on the sewer, allowing such reduction in the case of properties abut. ting on more than one sewer as the ordinance may specify: Provided, That no assessment by frontage shall be made on property of such a character as not to be lawfully subject to such manner of assessment. The ordinance providing for assessment by this method shall specify the manner in which the charge on each lot shall be calculated and ascertained. (2). By an assessment in proportion to benefits, whether the property charged abuts on the sewer or not. The amount of the charge on each property to be ascertained in the manner hereinafter provided. (3). By an assessment of a special sewer-tax on all properties located within the sewer district, by a pro rata on the assessed valuations thereof, as established for general taxation; and such tax may be levied for a single year or for a term of years, as the commis. sioners may determine at their discretion, and shall be collected as other taxes are collected under exist. ing laws. When a township shall be divided into sewer dis

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