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tions.

Term of license.

Revocation,

Posting and display of license.

tions governing the conditions under which animals or poultry may be slaughtered and dressed, or meats,

poultry, fish, game, and shell-fish may be prepared for Rules and regula- use as food, or stored, or exposed for sale. Such rules

and regulations shall provide for the proper sanitary equipment of the buildings, or parts of buildings, or premises so used, and also for the cleanly and sanitary maintenance and conduct of such establishments, or wagons used.

Section 4. Licenses, when issued, shall be valid for Not transferable, not more than one year; shall not be transferable, either

as to the person or place; and may be revoked at any time by the Board of Health, for failure to comply with the rules and regulations established by the Board of Health.

It shall be the duty of every licensee to post and keep posted a printed copy of this act, and of the license granted under it, in the place for which the license is granted; and where the said license is granted for the use of any building, or part of building, said posting shall be in the principal and most public room of said building, or part of building. A fee of one dol. lar ($1.00) shall be paid to the Bureau of Health for said license.

Section 5. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this act, or refuses to comply with any of the requirements or regulations of the Board of Health, made in accordance with the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, shall be punished by a fine of not less than five dollars ($5.00) nor more than one hundred dollars ($100.00).

Section 6. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with Repeal.

the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.
APPROVED—The 26th day of April, A. D. 1907.

EDWINS. STUART.

Fee.

Violations.

Misdemeanor.

Fine.

No. 102.

AN ACT

To repeal an act, entitled "An act to authorize civil actions for

the recovery of damages arising from newspaper publications negligently made; defining the character of such damages; and requiring every newspaper published in this Commonwealth to print, in a conspicuous place in each issue, the names of the owners, proprietors or publishers, and the managing editors of the same; and making a violation of this act a misdemeanor, and fixing a penalty therefor," approved the twelfth day of May, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and three.

Civil actions to recover damages resulting from

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the act of As.

sembly, approved the twelfth day of May, Anno Domberligent publica- ini one thousand nine hundred and three, entitled "An

act to authorize civil actions for the recovery of dam.

ages arising from newspaper publications negligently made; defining the character of such damages; and requiring every newspaper published in this Commonwealth to print, in a conspicuous place in each issue, the names of the owners, proprietors or publishers, and the managing editors of the same; and making a violation of this act a misdemeanor, and fixing a penalty therefor,” which act reads as follows:

“Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That from and after Act of May 12 the passage of this act, civil actions may be brought repeal, against the proprietor, owner, publisher, or managing editor of any newspaper published in this Commonwealth, whether the same be published monthly, biWeekly, semi-weekly or daily, to recover damages resulting from negligence on the part of such owner, proprietor or managing editor in the ascertainment of facts and in making publications affecting the character, reputation or business of citizens.

"Section 2. In all civil actions which may be hereafter brought against the proprietor, owner, publisher or managing editor of any newspaper published in this Commonwealth, whether the same be published monthly, bi-weekly, semi-weekly or daily, and whether such owner be an individual, partnership, limited partnership, joint-stock company, or corporation, if it shall be shown that the publication complained of resulted from negligence on the part of such owner, proprie. tor, manager or editor, in the ascertainment of the facts or in the publication thereof, compensatory damages may be recovered for injuries to business and reputation resulting from such publication, as well as damages for physical and mental suffering endured by the injured party or parties; and whenever in any such action it shall be shown that the matter complained of is libelous, and that such libelous matter has been given special prominence by the use of pictures, cartoons, head-lines, displayed type, or any other matter calculated to specially attract attention, the jury shall have the right to award punitive damages against the defendant or defendants.

"Section 3. That from and after the passage of this aet, each and every newspaper published in this Commonwealth, whether the same be published monthly, bi-weekls, semi-weekly or daily, shall publish in every copy of every issue, on the editorial page, in a conspicuous position, at the top of reading matter, the name of the owner, owners, proprietor or proprietors of such newspapers, together with the names of the managing editor thereof; and if said newspaper or newspapers shall be owned or published by a corporation, then the name of the corporation shall be published, together with the names of the president, secretary, treasurer and managing editor thereof; and if the said newspa

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per or newspapers shall be owned or published by a partnership or partnership limited, then the names of the partners, or officers and managers, of said partnership or partnerships limited, shall be published in like manner.

"Section 4. In the event of any change being made in the proprietor, owner, publisher or managing editor of any newspaper, or in the office of president, secretary or treasurer of any corporation owning and publishing said newspaper, or any change in the name of the copartners, the said change or changes shall be duly set forth in the next edition, or issue, of said newspaper, following said change or changes.

“Section 5. Any person, firm, limited partnership or corporation, publishing a newspaper in Pennsylvania, which omits, fails or neglects to carry out the provisions of sections three and four of this act, and make the publication required by the preceding sections, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor; and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars.

“Section 6. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith be and the same are hereby repealed.”—

Be and the same is hereby repealed.
APPROVED - The 1st day of May, A. D. 1907.

EDWIN S. STUART.

Repeal.

No. 103.

AN ACT

To regulate the taking of carp, suckers, mullets, and eels, in

the waters of this Commonwealth, by means of gigs or spears; prohibiting the taking of all other fish by such means, and providing penalties for the violation of this act,

Carp. suckers, mullets and eels.

Use of gig or spear.

Open season.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That from and after the passage of this act, it shall be lawful to kill carp, suckers, mullets, and eels in the public waters of this Commonwealth, in which brook and other trout are not established or have been planted by the State, by means of a gig or spear having a space of not less than one-half an inch between the prongs, from May first to October thirty-first, inclusive, in each year; and it shall not be lawful to use such gig or spear at any time of the year, or in any waters of the Commonwealth, for the catching of any species of fish other than carp, suckers, mullets and eels.

Section 2. Any person or persons who shall take and kill other fish than carp, suckers, mullets, and eels with a gig or spear, contrary to the provisions of this act, or at any times or in any waters other than is set forth in this act, shall be liable to a fine of ten dollars

Violations.

Fine, etc.

for each fish so taken, together with a
ure of boats, gigs, spears, and all other appliances
used to the Department of Fisheries, and, in addition,
be deprived of the right to fish with a gig or spear for
two years after conviction.

Section 3. All proceedings against any person or Procedure, etc. persons for any violation of this act, and all disbursements of fines paid, shall be according to the provisions of the existing acts governing fish and fishing in this Commonwealth. APPROVED—The 1st day of May, A. D. 1907.

EDWIN S. STUART.

No. 104.

AN ACT

Furniture.

Making an appropriation to the trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital for the Southern District of Pennsylvania, located at Harrisburg.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the sum of two Appropriation. hundred and fifty-four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby specifically appropriated to the trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital for the Southern District of Pennsylvania, located at Harrisburg, for the two fiscal Tears commencing June first, one thousand nine hundred and seven, for the following purposes; namely,

For the erection and completion of one building for Buildings. convalescing patients, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars; one building for a psychopathic ward, the sum of fifty-five thousand dollars; necessary connecting corridors, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For furniture for buildings erected in one thousand nine hundred and four and one thousand nine hundred and six, the sum of twenty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the erection and completion of one sewage-disposal plant, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For insurance upon the property of the hospital, the sum of four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the payment of debt incurred by the institution Boilers.
of new boilers, the sum of nineteen thousand dollars;
for the construction of a coal-vault, the sum of eleven Coal-vault.
thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be neces-
sary.

Razing hulldings, For tearing down old buildings, and grading, the

and grading. snm of ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be pecessary.

Sewage-disposal plant.

Insurance.

Equipping laboratory.

For equipping and furnishing laboratory, the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. APPROVED—The 1st day of May, A. D. 1907.

EDWIN S. STUART.

No. 105.

AN ACT

Appropriations,

Infirmary.

Building for male patients.

Making an appropriation to the trustees of the State Hospital

for the Insane, at Danville, Pennsylvania. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the sum of four hundred and twenty-nine thousand three hundred dollars ($429,300.00), or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby specifically appropriated to the trustees of the State Hospital for the Insane, at Danville, Pennsylvania, for the two fiscal years beginning June first, one thousand nine hundred and seven, for the following purposes; namely,

For the purpose of erecting and completing a female infirmary, the sum of ninety thousand dollars. For furnishing the same, the sum of ten thousand dol. lars. The appropriation for this building is not to become available until plans and specifications are approved by the Governor.

For the purpose of erecting and completing a building for the acute insane male patients, the sum of ninety thousand dollars; and for furnishing the sami, the sum of ten thousand dollars. The appropriation for this building is not to become available until plans and specifications are approved by the Governor.

For the purpose of erecting and completing a build. ing for acute insane female patients, the sum of ninety thousand dollars; for furnishing the same, ten thousand dollars. The appropriation for this building is not to become available until plans and specifications are approved by the Governor.

For the purpose of raising and extending the male infirmary, the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars; for furnishing the same, five thousand dollars.

For the purpose of erecting, completing, and furnish. ing a building for employees and attendants, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars.

For the purpose of purchasing apparatus and machinery for utilizing exhaust steam for heating purposes, the sum of six thousand dollars.

For the purpose of erecting and constructing a building suitable for raising hogs, with sanitary apparatus and equipment, the sum of six thousand dollars.

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