ELECTION OF CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS - RELATING TO
                 Act of Jun. 12, 1893, P.L. 462, No. 331              Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     To provide for the election of one person to fill the offices of
        prothonotary, clerk of the courts of general quarter sessions
        and oyer and terminer, and one other person to fill the
        office of register of wills, recorder of deeds, and clerk of
        the orphans' court, in counties containing forty thousand
        inhabitants, and not heretofore created a separate judicial
        district under Constitution.

        Section 1.  Clerk in counties containing 40,000 inhabitants,
     and not forming a separate judicial district
        In each of the Counties of the Commonwealth containing forty
     thousand inhabitants, and not heretofore created a judicial
     district under section five, article five, of the constitution,
     there shall be elected one person to fill the offices of
     prothonotary, clerk of the court of general quarter sessions and
     oyer and terminer, and another person to fill the offices of
     clerk of the orphans' court, register of wills and recorder of
     deeds, at the expiration of the terms of the persons now filling
     and exercising such offices in such counties, and the persons so
     elected shall hold such offices for the time and under the terms
     provided by existing laws therefor. 1893, June 12, P.L. 462,
     Sec. 1.