ADVERTISING BY COMMONWEALTH, REGULATED
                   Act of May 6, 1874, P.L. 124, No. 58               Cl. 45
                                  AN ACT

     To regulate the manner of advertising for the state, and the
        issuing of warrants therefor.

        Section 1.  All advertisements, published by any officer or
     officers of this Commonwealth authorized by law to publish the
     same, shall be published only in the regular advertising columns
     of the papers to which they are furnished, without being leaded
     or displayed. (1 repealed in part Apr. 28, 1978, P.L.202, No.53)
        Section 2.  (2 repealed Jul. 9, 1976, P.L.877, No.160)
        Section 3.  Copy of advertisement to be accompanied with
     order for publication
        All officers who may be authorized to advertise as aforesaid,
     shall accompany each copy of the advertisements, furnished by
     them for publication, with an order, stating the number of lines
     or squares such advertisements are each to occupy when inserted,
     and the number of insertions which is to be given to each of the
     same.  1874, May 6, p.l. 309, sec. 3.
        Section 4.  Bill to be accompanied by order and affidavit
        It shall not be lawful for the Auditor General to issue
     warrants to pay for any advertisement authorized by law, unless
     the bills for the same be accompanied with the written or
     printed, or partly written and printed order of the officer or
     officers furnishing the same for publication, stating the number
     of lines or squares it is to occupy when inserted, and the
     number of insertions to be given to it, together with the
     affidavit of the editor or publisher of the paper publishing the
     same, that it has been inserted in all respects as ordered.
     1874, May 6, p.l. 309, sec. 4.