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Taxes and assessments in school districts

All taxes and assessments to raise the money law. fully required by the proper authorities of the various school and sub-school-districts, existing prior to the consolidation in said cities, and in said intervening land, if any, shall be levied, assessed and appropriated by the council of the enlarged city, and collected and paid over to them by the officers thereof. APPROVED—The 7th day of February, A. D. 1906.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 2.

AN ACT

To fix the salary of the Insurance Commissioner, and require him

to pay all fees, percentages, and commissions into the State Treasury.

Insurance Commissioner.

Salary.

Fees, etc., to be paid into the Stato Treasury.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That from and after the sixth day of May, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and six, the salary of the Insurance Commissioner shall be six thousand dollars per annum, payable quarterly.

Section 2. That the salary of the Insurance Conmissioner, as fixed by the first section of this act, shall be in lieu of all other compensation payable to him as Insurance Commissioner, and of all fees allowed to him as such; and that he shall be required to pay all fees, percentages, and commissions received by him by virtue of his office as Insurance Commissioner, or on collections made by him as such, into the State Treasury, for the use of the Commouwealth, at the time of making his monthly settlement and returns to the Auditor General and State Treasury.

Section 3. That all acts and parts of acts inconsist. ent herewith are hereby repealed. APPROVED-The 13th day of February, A. D. 1906.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

No. 3.

AN ACT

To provide for the expenses of the extraordinary session of the Legislature, assembled in pursuance of the proclamation of the Governor of the Commonwealth, dated November eleventh, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and five.

traordinary session.

Salaries.

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same are hereby specifically appropriated for Appropriations the payment of the expenses of the Legislature, as- Legislature in exsembled in extraordinary session in pursuance of the proclamation of the Governor of the Commonweatlh, dated the eleventh day of November, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and five.

Section 2. For the payment of the salaries, mileage, stationery, and postage of fifty (50) Senators, the sal. Senate. aries and mileage of the officers and employes of the Senate, and the postage on the Legislative Record, the following amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary; all warrants subject to deductions for ad. vances made by the State Treasurer:

For the payment of the salaries of fifty Senators, and extra compensation allowed by law to the President pro tempore of the Senate, the sum of twentyfive thousand and thirty-two dollars.

For the payment of the mileage of fifty Senators, Mileage. the sum of three thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars and eighty cents.

For the payment of the stationery allowed by law Stationery. to fifty Senators, ten dollars each, the sum of five hundred ($500.00) dollars.

For postage for fifty Senators, at the rate of thirtyfive dollars' worth each, the sum of one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For the payment of the postage on the Legislative Postage LegislaRecord, the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. For the payment of the salaries of the officers and Salaries of officers

and employes. emploves actually doing service of the Senate, except Librarian and assistant, the sum of eleven thousand and seventy-two dollars.

For the payment of the mileage of the officers and Mileage. employes of the Senate, as allowed by law, the sum of one thousand six hundred and thirty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For the incidental expenses of the Senate, including Incidental exthe cleaning of the hall of the Senate, offices, committee-rooms, corridors and toilet-rooms, the sum of two thousand and five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

The same to be ex

Postage.

tive Record.

penses.

House of Reprosentatives.

Salaries.

Mileage.

Stationery.

Postage.

pended by the Chief Clerk, who shall render to the
Auditor General an itemized account thereof, accom-
panied by specifically itemized vouchers for the sum
expended.

Section 3. For the payment of the salaries, mileage,
stationery, and postage of the members of the House
of Representatives, the salaries and mileage of the
officers and employes, and the postage on the Legis-
lative Record, the following sums, or so much thereof
as may be necessary. All warrants subject to de-
ductions for advances made by the State Treasurer:

For the payment of the salaries of two hundred and four members of the House, and extra compensation allowed by law to the Speaker of the House, the sum of one hundred and two thousand and thirty-two dollars.

For the payment of the mileage of two hundred and four members of the House, the sum of thirteen thousand three hundred dollars.

For the payment of stationery allowed by law to two hundred and four members of the House, ten ($10.00) dollars each, the sum of two thousand and forty $2,040.00) dollars.

For postage of two hundred and four members of the House, at the rate of thirty-five dollars' worth each, the sum of seven thousand one hundred and forty dollars.

For the payment of the postage on the Legislative Record, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For the payment of the salaries of the officers and employes actually doing service of the House, except Resident Clerk and Assistant Resident Clerk, the sum of fourteen thousand and sixteen dollars.

For the payment of the mileage of the officers and employes of the House, the sum of two thousand seventy-seven dollars and thirty cents.

For the payment of the Chief Clerk of the Senate and the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives for reading proof and for making indices for the Journals of each House, the sum of two hundred dollars each.

For the incidental expenses of the House of Representatives, including the cleaning of the hall of the House of Representatives, offices, committee-rooms, corridors and toilet-room, the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. The same to be expended by the Chief Clerk, who shall render to the Auditor General an itemized account thereof, accompanied by specifically itemized vouchers for the sum expended.

Section 4. For the payment of the publication of the Legislative Record, the sum of two and eighty

Postage Legislative Record.

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Salaries of officers and employes.

Mileage.

Indices, etc.

Incidental expenses.

Publication of Legislative Record

Clerk.

six one-hundredths dollars per page, in accordance with the contract relating thereto.

For printing the wrappers for the Legislative Rec. Wrappers, ord, the sum of one and forty-four one-hundredths dollars per set.

For making the indices for the Legislative Record, Indices. the sum of three hundred dollars: Provided, That the number of copies of the indices furnished by the contractor shall be equal to the number of copies of the Record printed by them.

The Resident Clerk shall receive from the Public Duties of Resident Printer the bound copies of the Legislative Record, and forward them to the members of the House. He shall also receive from the contractor for publishing the Legislative Record the back numbers due the members of the House, after adjournment, and fold and mail them to the address of the persons to whom they have been mailed during the session.

For the payment of expenses of the joint committee Expenses of joint of the Senate and House of Representatives, author- vestigation. ized to investigate the operation of the Insurance Department of Pennsylvania, the sum of one thousand six hundred fifty-one dollars and sixty-four cents ($1,651.64), to be paid on the warrant of the Auditor General in favor of the chairman of said committee.

Section 5. For the payment of A. T. Moorhead, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate, for the session of of Senate. one thousand nine hundred and five, for services rendered, and for mileage and incidental expenses incurred in the service of writs for special election in the county of Philadelphia, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Horatio B. Hackett, the sum of eighty-eight dollars and eighty cents; to be paid upon warrant of the Auditor General, upon presentation of specifically itemized vouchers.

For the payment of A. T. Moorhead, Sergeant-atArms of the Senate, for the session of one thousand nine hundred and five, for services rendered, and for mileage and incidental expenses incurred, in attending I with committee of Senate the funeral of Senator Horatio B. Hackett, the sum of one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and thirty-five cents; to be paid upon warrant of the Auditor General, upon presentation of specifically itemized vouchers.

Section 6. For the payment of James C. Smith, Sergeant-at-arms Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives, for the session of nineteen hundred and five, for services rendered, and for mileage and incidental expenses incurred in the service of writs for special elections for members of the House of Representatives from the following counties, to wit:

Sergeant-at-arms

Expenses.

of the House.

Expenses.

2-Laws.

Allegheny county-To fill a vacancy in the Second Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable John Francies;

Crawford county-To fill a vacancy in said county, caused by the death of Honorable Frank P. Ray;

Luzerne county—To fill a vacancy in the Sixth Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable Lorrie R. Holcomb;

Philadelphia county-To fill a vacancy in the First Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable George W. Mintzer;

To fill a vacancy in the Seventeenth Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable William Laughlin;

To fill a vacancy in the Nineteenth Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Hon. orable Joseph Call;

To fill a vacancy in the Twenty-second Legislative District of said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable Byron E. Wrigley;

Westmoreland county-To fill a vacancy in said county, caused by the death of Honorable Joseph B. Heister;

York county—To fill a vacancy in said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable Aaron Hostetter;

To fill a vacancy in said county, caused by the resignation of Honorable Albert J. Matson,

The sum of three hundred and twenty-four ($324.00) dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on the warrant of the Auditor General, upon presentation of specifically itemized vouchers.

Section 7. All moneys hereby appropriated for salary, mileage, and stationery of the members of the General Assembly, and for salary and mileage of the officers and employes of the Senate and House of Representatives, shall be paid by the State Treasurer on the warrant of the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, respectively; and all other moneys hereby appropriated shall be paid by the State Treasurer on the warrant of the Auditor General, in the usual manner; and all balances not drawn uron at the end of one year, after the expiration of the fiscal year for which appropriations were made, shall revert to the State Treasury, and then shall be duly covered into the same, except in cases in which accounts have not been settled within the said period. APPROVED-The 14th day of February, A. D. 1906.

SAML. W. PENNYPACKER.

Warrants.

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