CERTAIN OFFENSES - ARREST WITHOUT WARRANT Act of Jun. 4, 1897, P.L. 121, No. 101 Cl. 42 AN ACT Relating to boroughs, providing a method of procedure for violations of law and borough ordinances, and for the collection of the fines and penalties imposed for said violations. Section 1. Arrest of offenders on view The policemen and constables of the several boroughs of this Commonwealth, in addition to the powers already conferred upon them, shall and may, without warrant and upon view, arrest and commit for hearing any and all persons guilty of a breach of the peace, vagrancy, riotous or disorderly conduct or drunkenness, or may be engaged in the commission of any unlawful act tending to imperil the personal security or endanger the property of the citizens, or violating any ordinances of said borough, for the violation of which a fine or penalty is imposed. 1897, June 4, P.L. 121, Sec. 1. Compiler's Note: Section 4 of Act 49 of 2009 provided that section 1 is repealed insofar as it relates to constables.