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other appeals. The subordinate assessors, provided
for in this act, shall receive the sum of three dollars
per day for the time actually occupied in the discharge
of their duties. The Board shall have the right to
appoint such clerks as the salary board may allow,
for the proper discharge of the duties of said Board,
and all salaries and expenses shall be paid out of the
county treasury. In so far as respects State taxes, the
valuations and assessments shall be made by the
Board annually, on or before December thirty-first.
Section 3. When the said valuations are made, all
taxation for county and State purposes, within the
limits of the county, shall be based upon such valua-
tion; and the office of ward, borough or township as-
sessor or assessors, as now existing in counties com-
ing under the provisions of this act, is hereby abol-
ished, in so far as respects the assessment and valua-
tion of property and occupations taxable for State and
county purposes.
Section 4. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with
or supplied by this act are hereby repealed.

APPROVED–The 24th day of March, A. D. 1905.
SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 33.
AN ACT

To prohibit the sale or use of certain fire-works, fire-crackers,
pistols, explosive canes and ammunition, and providing penal-
ties for violations thereof.
Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the sale or use
of the following articles be and is hereby prohibited,
to wit: all fire-works and fire-crackers containing pic-
ric acid, or picrates; all explosive canes, using chlorate
of potash or other high-explosive ammunition; all ex-
plosive canes, using blank cartridges; all blank cart-
ridge pistols; all pellets or tablets composed of chlor-
ate of potash or other high-explosive compounds.
Section 2. Any person, firm or corporation violating
any of the provisions of this act shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined not less than fifty dollars ($50) nor
more than five hundred dollars ($500), or be impris-
oned not less than thirty (30) days nor more than six
months, or both, or either, at the discretion of the
Court.
Section 3. All laws or parts of laws inconsistent
here with be and the same are hereby repealed.

APPROVED —The 24th day of March, A. D. 1905.
SAML. W. PENNY PACIS ER.

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Bridges on boundary lines of boroughs and townships.

Petition.

View.

Report.

County bridge.

Repeal.

State College.

isoard of Trustees.

Additional members of Board.

No. 34.
AN ACT -

Providing for the erection of county bridges over any river,
creek or rivulet, forming the boundary between any borough
and township of the first or second class, where the same
crosses a public highway, and providing for the cost and
maintenance of the same.
Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That when any river,
creek or rivulet, forming the boundary between any
borough and township of the first or second class, over
which it may be necessary to erect a bridge, crosses
a public road or highway, and the erection of such
bridge requires more expense than it is reasonable that
such borough and township should bear, the court of
quarter sessions of the proper county, on the petition
of any of the inhabitants of such borough or township,
shall order a view, in the manner now provided by
law in the case of roads; and if, by the report of the
viewers, it shall appear to the court, grand jury and
commissioners of the county that such bridge is nec-
essary, and its erection would be too expensive for
such borough and township to bear, it shall be entered
on record as a county bridge; and the cost of its con-
struction, erection and maintenance shall be borne
by the county.
Section 2. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent
here with are hereby repealed.

APPROVED–The 24th day of March, A. D. 1905.
SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 35.

AN ACT

To reorganize the Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State
College.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That, in addition to the present elective members of the Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State College, the said Board shall consist of the following members, to wit: Two members to be elected each year, for a term of three years each, by the alumni of said college; two members to be appointed each year, for a term of three years each, by the Governor of the Commonwealth, and confirmed by the Senate; and the following members to serve ex-officio during their respective terms of office: The Governor of the Commonwealth, the President of the College, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the President of the State Agri

cultural Society, and the Secretary of the State Board
of Agriculture.
Section 2. That the term of office of such additional
members as are herein provided for, and of all other
elective members, shall begin on the first day of July,
in the year in which they are respectively elected or
appointed; and the said Board of Trustees is hereby
authorized and empowered to make and alter, from
time to time, such rules and regulations for the elec-
tion of all alumni members thereof as it shall deem
necessary and expedient for carrying out the purpose
of this act.
Section 3. The officers of the Board shall be chosen
annually, to serve for a period of one year each; and
shall be a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, a
Treasurer, and an Executive Committee of not less
than three nor more than seven members, whose duty
it shall be, under the direction and subject to the ap-
proval of the Board of Trustees, to transact such nec-
essary business as may arise in the intervals between
regular meetings of the Board. No member of the
Board shall receive compensation for his services; but
shall be paid necessary traveling and hotel expenses
actually incurred in the performance of duty as such
member. The Treasurer shall not be a member of the
Board, and shall give such bonds for the faithful per-
formance of his duties, and receive such compensation
as the Board may, from time to time, direct.
Section 4. That all acts and parts of acts inconsist-
ent here with be and are hereby repealed.

APPROVED–The 24th day of March, A. D. 1905.
SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 36.

AN ACT

To amend an act, entitled “An act to amend an act, entitled “An act authorizing central boards of education, in cities of the second class, to establish and maintain schools for instruction in the mechanic arts and kindred subjects,' approved the twenty-fifth day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, as amended by an act of May twenty-first, one thousand eight hundred and ninetyfive, entitled ‘An act authorizing central boards of education, in cities of the second class, to establish and maintain schools for instruction in the mechanic arts and kindred subjects, approved the twenty-fifth day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, so as to extend the provisions thereof to cities of the third class,” so as to extend the benefits and provisions of the said act to boroughs and townships of the first class,” so as to enlarge the powers, conferred upon such school authorities by said acts, by adding the power to establish and maintain schools for athletics.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That section one of an

Term of office

Officers of the
Board.

Executive Committee.

Treasurer.

Bond.

Repeal.

Portion of act of

February 25, 1901,

cited for annendinent.

Cities of second and third class, l,oroughs, and townships of the first class.

Mechanic arts schools.

Athletics.

act, entitled “An act to amend an act, entitled, “Au-
thorizing central boards of education, in cities of the
second class, to establish and maintain schools for
instruction in the mechanic arts and kindred subjects,'
approved the twenty-fifth day of June, Anno Domini
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, as
amended by an act of May twenty-first, one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-five, entitled ‘An act author-
izing central boards of education, in cities of the sec.
ond class, to establish and maintain schools for instruc-
tion in the mechanic arts and kindred subjects, ap-
proved the twenty-fifth day of June, Anno Domini one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, so as to ex-
tend the provisions thereof to cities of the third class,”
so as to extend the benefits and provisions of the said
act to boroughs and townships of the first class,” ap-
proved the twenty-fifth day of February, Anno Domini
one thousand nine hundred and one, which reads as
follows:
“That in every city of the second class the central
board of education, and in every city of the third
class the board of school controllers, and in every bor-
ough and township of the first class the board of school
directors, shall have power to establish and maintain
one or more schools for the instruction of pupils in
the useful branches of the mechanic arts and kindred
subjects, to provide the necessary buildings, machin-
ery, apparatus and materials, and to employ teachers
and instructors therefor,” be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
That in every city of the second class the central
board of education, and in every city of the third class
the board of school controllers, and in every borough
and township of the first class the board of school
directors, shall have power to establish and maintain
one or more schools for the instruction of pupils in
the useful branches of the mechanic arts, athletics and
kindred subjects, to provide the necessary buildings,
machinery, apparatus and materials, and to employ
teachers and instructors therefor.

APPROVED–The 24th day of March, A. D. 1905.
SAM L. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 37.
AN ACT

To amend section five (5) of the act, entitled “An act to regu-
late the practice of pharmacy and sale of poisons, and to pre-
vent adulterations in drugs and medicinal preparations, in
the State of Pennsylvania," which was approved the twenty-
fourth day of May, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-seven; requiring that on and after January first,
one thousand nine hundred and six, all persons applying for
certificates of registration as competent pharmacists, under
the provisions of section five (5) of said act, shall be gradu-
ates of a reputable college of pharmacy.
Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That section five (5)
of the act, entitled “An act to regulate the practice of
pharmacy and sale of poisons, and to prevent adultera-
tions in drugs and medicinal preparations, in the State
of Pennsylvania,” approved the twenty-fourth day of
May, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and
eighty-seven, which reads as follows:
“Section 5. That it shall be the duty of said board
to meet at least once every three months in the city
of Harrisburg, or at such other place as they may
deem expedient, and examine all persons who desire
to carry on the business of a retail apothecary, or that
of retailing drugs, chemicals or poisons, or of com-
pounding physicians’ prescriptions, touching their
competency and qualifications; and they, the said
board, or a majority of them, shall grant to such per-
son as may be qualified certificates of competency or
qualification, which shall entitle the holders thereof
either to conduct or carry on the business, or to act
as a qualified assistant therein, as may be expressed
upon the said certificate; and such certificate, together
with its renewals, shall be good and sufficient evi-
dence of registration under this act.
All persons applying for examination for certificate
to entitle them to conduct and carry on the retail
drug or apothecary business, must produce satisfactory
evidence of having had not less than four years' prac.
tical experience in the business; and those applying
for examination for certificates as qualified assistants
therein, must produce evidence of having not less
than two years' experience in said business,” be and
is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 5. That it shall be the duty of said board to
meet at least once every three months in the city of
Harrisburg, or at such other place as they may deem
expedient, and examine all persons who shall desire
to carry on the business of a retail apothecary, or
that of retailing drugs, chemicals or poisons, or of
compounding physicians' prescriptions, touching their
competency and qualifications; and they, the said
board, or a majority of them, shall grant, to such per-

Pharmacy.

Section 5, act of May 24, 1887, cited for amendment.

Meetings of the board.

Examination.

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