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Resolution, passed by the Congress of the United States
in the second session of the Sixty-fifth Congress; and
be it further

Resolved, That a certified copy of this Resolution
be forwarded by the Secretary of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania to the Secretary of State for the
United States of America.
APPROVED-The 26th day of February, A. D., 1919.

WM. C. SPROUL.

No. 4.

Department of Secretary of Com. monwealth.

Organization and salaries.

Secretary of Commonwealth.

AN ACT
Reorganizing the Department of the Secretary of the Common-

wealth, designating the officers and employes thereof, and fixing
their salaries and making an appropriation therefor to the end
of the fiscal year.
Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the Department
of the Secretary of the Commonwealth shall consist of
the officers named and the number of employes stated
herein, whose annual salaries are hereby fixed, and
shall be as follows:-

The Secretary of the Commonwealth, who shall be
the head thereof, at eight thousand dollars, to be ap-
pointed by the Governor, and who shall give bond in
the sum of ten thousand dollars with surety to be ap-
proved by the Governor.

A Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth, at four thousand five hundred dollars, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth with the approbation of the Governor, and who shall give bond in the sum of five thousand dollars with surety to be approved by the Governor.

Deputy Secretary.

Chier clerk.

Stenographer.

In the Executive Bureau.
One Chief Clerk, at four thousand dollars, who shall
also be Secretary of the Board of Pardons, but shall
not receive additional compensation for such service.

One expert Stenographer, at one thousand five huu-
dred dollars.

One Statute Clerk, at two thousand four hundred dollars.

One Minute and Index Clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Statute clerk.

Minute clerk.

Chief

In the Corporation Bureau.
One Chief of the Bureau of Corporations, at four
thousand dollars.

One Assistant Chief of the Bureau of Corporations,
at three thousand dollars.

Assistant chler.

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clerk.

One Foreign Corporation Clerk, at two thousand Foreign corporadollars.

One Index and Control Clerk, at two thousand dol- Index and control lars.

One expert Stenographer and Search Clerk, at one Stenographer. thousand eight hundred dollars. One Engrossing and Recording Clerk, at one thou. Engrossing and re

cording clerk. sand eight hundred dollars.

One Recording Clerk, who shall also be Assistant Recording clerks. Secretary of the Board of Pardons, at two thousand dollars, but who shall not receive additional compensation for such service.

Four Recording Clerks, each at one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Two Recording Clerks, each at one thousand six hundred dollars.

In the Commission Bureau,

One Chief of the Commission and Bond Bureau, at Chief. three thousand dollars.

One Engrossing Clerk, at two thousand two hundred Engrossing clerk. dollars. One Recording Clerk, at two thousand dollars. Recording clerks.

One Recording Clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Superintendent.

In the Election and Legislative Bureau. One Superintendent, at three thousand dollars.

One Chief Clerk, at two thousand two hundred dol- Chief clerk. lars.

One Clerk, at eighteen hundred dollars.

Clerk,

In the Requisition and Warrant Bureau. One Chief Clerk, at two thousand dollars.

Two Recording Clerks, each at one thousand five Recording clerks. hundred dollars.

Chief clerk,

lars.

Clerks.

In the Registration Bureau.
One Chief Clerk, at two thousand five hundred dol. Chlef clerk.
One Clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars.

Two Clerks, each at one thousand two hundred dollars.

One Messenger for the Department, at one thousand two hundred dollars.

One Watchman, at one thousand and eighty dollars. Watchman. All of whom shall be appointed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and shall perform such duties as duties. shall be assigned to them by the Secretary.

Section 2. In addition to the sum now appropriated Appropriation. to the Department of the Secretary of the Common

Messenger.

Appointment ani

wealth, the sum of eight thousand one hundred and eighty dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the salaries of the officers and employes of the Department of the Secretary of the Commonwealth for the balance of the fiscal year ending the thirty-first day of May, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen.

Section 3. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith be, and the same are hereby, repealed. APPROVED-The 26th day of February, A. D. 1919,

WM. C. SPROUL.

Repeal.

No. 5.

AN ACT

ment.

salaries.

Governor.

Chief clerk.

(lerk.

Commission clerk.

To reorganize the Executive Department of the Commonwealth,

providing for the appointment of the officers and employes of said department, and fixing the salaries of the Governor and

such officers and employes. Executive Depart- Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the salary of

the Governor of the Commonwealth, from and after Organization and the third Tuesday of January, one thousand nine hun

dred and twenty-three, shall be eighteen thousand dollars ($18,000).

Section 2. The Governor is authorized to appoint, Secretary.

in the Executive Department, a Secretary to the Gov. ernor at salary of seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500), a chief clerk at a salary of four thousand dollars ($4,000), a clerk to the Secretary to the Gov. ernor at a salary of two thousand four hundred dollars ($2,400), a commission clerk at a salary of one

thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,800), four stenog. Stenographers.

raphers at a salary of one thousand five hundred dol. Filing clerk,

lars ($1,500) each, a filing clerk at a salary of one Messenger.

thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200), a messenger at a salary of one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200), and a watchman at a salary of one thousand

eighty dollars ($1,080). Payment of sal- Section 3. The salaries provided for in this act shall

be annual salaries, payable from the treasury of the Commonwealth semi-monthly in the manner now pro

vided by law. May 4, Section 4. The act, approved the fourth day of May, cited for repeal,

one thousand nine hundred and fifteen (Pamphlet Laws, two hundred and forty-three), entitled “An act to provide for certain appointments in the Executive Department, fixing the salaries thereof, and abolishing certain offices,” is hereby repealed.

All other acts and parts of acts inconsistent with Repeal.

this act are repealed.
APPROVED-The 26th day of February, A. D. 1919.

WM. C. SPROUL.

Watchman.

aries.

Act

of 1915 (P. L. 243),

No. 6.

AN ACT

Intoxicating

To amend section one of an act, approved the thirtieth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven (Pamphlet Laws, four hundred and sixty-four), entitled "An act to provide revenue and regulate the sale of malt, brewed, vinous and spirituous liquors or any admixture thereof, by requiring and authorizing licenses to be taken out by brewers, distillers, wholesalers, bottlers, rectifiers, compounders, storekeepers and agents, having a store, office or place of business within this Commonwealth, prescribing the amount of license fees to be paid in such cases, and by imposing an additional license fee on retail dealers in intoxicating liquors."

Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That so much of section one of an act, approved the thirtieth day of July, liquors.

464). one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven (Pam- 1897 (P. L. phlet Laws, four hundred and sixty-four), entitled "An act to provide revenue and regulate the sale of malt, brewed, vinous and spirituous liquors or any admixture thereof, by requiring and authorizing licenses to be taken out by brewers, distillers, wholesalers, bot. tlers, rectifiers, compounders, storekeepers and agents, having a store, office or place of business within this Commonwealth, prescribing the amount of license fees to be paid in such cases, and by imposing an additional license fee on retail dealers in intoxicating liquors," which reads as follows:

“All of the license fees hereinbefore fixed and regu- Part of section 1, lated shall be collected by the treasurer of the proper 1897 (P. L. 464) county for the use of the Commonwealth, except as hereinbefore provided, and shall be paid by the county treasurer to the State Treasurer for said use within ninety days from the date of the receipt thereof," is hereby amended to read as follows:

All of the license fees hereinbefore fixed and regu. License fees. lated shall be collected by the treasurer of the proper county for the use of the Commonwealth, except as herein before provided, and shall be paid by the county treasurer to the State Treasurer for said use within ninety days from the date of the receipt thereof: Pro- Proviso. vided, however, That each wholesale dealer, brewer, distiller, rectifier, compounder, bottler, or agent, licensed under the laws of this Commonwealth, may pay the annual license fee herein provided for and any other license fee and additional tax now provided for by law,

Payment in instal. in twelve monthly instalments. The instalment for the ments. first month shall be paid as now provided by law before a license is issued to the applicant, and each subsequent instalment at any time before the beginning of each succeeding month. Failure to make any of said Time of payments. monthly payments in advance shall terminate said li

for

amend.

cited
ment.

Termination and return of license.

Repeal.

cense and all rights therein, and the licensee shall forthwith return the same to the court or authority by which it was issued.

All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith be, and the same are hereby, repealed. APPROVED-The 26th day of February, A. D. 1919.

WM. C. SPROUL.

No. 7.

AN ACT
To amend section eight of the act, approved the thirteenth day of

May, one thousand eight hundred eighty-seven (Pamphlet Laws,
one hundred eight), entitled "An act to restrain and regulate the
sale of vinous and spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any

admixtures thereof," as amended. Intoxicating liquors.

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

an act, approved the thirteenth day of May, one thou1887 (P. L. 108), sand eight hundred eighty-seven (Pamphlet Laws, one

hundred eight), entitled "An act to restrain and regulate the sale of vinous and spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any admixtures thereof,” which, as amended by the act, approved the ninth day of June,

one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one (Pamphlet 1891 (P. L. 248). Laws, two hundred forty-eight), entitled "An act to

amend the eighth section of the act, entitled 'An act to restrain and regulate the sale of vinous and spirituous, malt and brewed liquors or any admixture thereof,' approved May thirteenth, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, providing that the license money shall be paid into the treasury of the city, county, borough and township wherever the licensed places are situated, and increasing the amount of li. cense to be paid in cities of the first and second class," reads as follows:

“Section 8. That all persons licensed to sell at retail L. 108). as amend any vinous, spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any

L. admixture thereof, in any house, room or place, hotel,

inn or tavern, shall be classified and required to pay annually for such privilege, as follows: Persons licensed to sell by retail, resident in cities of the first and second classes shall pay the sum of one thousand dollars, and those resident in cities of the third class shall pay the sum of five hundred dollars; those resident in all other cities shall pay three hundred dollars, and those resident in boroughs shall pay the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars; those resident in townships shall pay the sum of seventy-five dollars to the treasurer of the respective counties for the use of the counties in the following proportion. In cities the sum of one hundred dollars, in boroughs and townships one

Section 8. act or
May 13, 1887 (P.

ed by act of June
9. 1891 (P.
243). cited for
amendment.

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