BOARD OF WARDENS - SUPPLEMENT
                  Act of May 14, 1861, P.L. 745, No. 676              Cl. 74
                           A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT

     To an act to establish a Board of Wardens for the Port of
        Philadelphia, and for the Regulation of Pilots and Pilotages,
        and for other purposes therein mentioned, passed twenty-ninth
        of March, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and three.

        Section 1.  Pilots oath to perform duty faithfully
        Every person exercising the profession of a pilot in the bay
     or river Delaware, under a license duly granted, or may be
     hereafter granted by said board of wardens of the port of
     Philadelphia, shall, immediately after the passage of this act,
     take and subscribe an oath or affirmation, before the master
     warden of said port, who is hereby authorized and empowered to
     administer the same, that he will support the Constitution of
     the United States, and the Constitution and laws of
     Pennsylvania, and well and faithfully perform his duty as a
     pilot. 1861, May 14, P.L. 745, Sec. 1.
        Section 2.  Refusal to take oath forfeits license
        In case any pilot licensed under the provisions of the act to
     which this is a supplement, and the supplements thereto, shall
     neglect or refuse to take and subscribe the oath or affirmation
     herein provided, after notice having been given by the master
     warden, it shall be the duty of the master warden to withdraw
     and cancel the license of such pilot; and it shall not be lawful
     for any pilot so refusing or neglecting to take and subscribe
     the oath of affirmation aforesaid, to perform the duties of a
     pilot in the bay or river Delaware.  1861, May 14, P.L. 745,
     Sec. 2.
        Section 3.  Certificate of oath to be attached to license
        It shall be the duty of the master warden to give each pilot
     who has taken and subscribed the oath as aforesaid, a
     certificate of the same; which certificate shall be attached to
     the license, and a record of the same kept in the warden's
     office.  1861, May 14, P.L. 745, Sec. 3.