LEGISLATURE, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
                  Act of May 10, 1901, P.L. 151, No. 122              Cl. 46
                                  AN ACT

     To provide for the appointment and compensation of additional
        officers and employes of the General Assembly, and abolishing
        the offices of engineer and fireman of the Senate and fireman
        of the House of Representatives.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That in addition to the
     officers and employes of the General Assembly now authorized by
     law, the Chief Clerk of the Senate be, and is hereby, authorized
     to appoint, at each biennial session of the Senate, an assistant
     clerk and two janitors. The Chief Clerk of the House of
     Representatives be, and is hereby authorized, to appoint, at
     each biennial session of the House of Representatives, an
     assistant clerk and one elevator operator.
        Section 2.  That the compensation of the officers and
     employes mentioned in the first section of this act shall be as
     follows: The assistant clerks shall receive the sum of eight
     dollars per diem for each regular, biennial, special or
     extraordinary session, and five dollars per diem compensation
     for the first ten days of a succeeding session; the janitors and
     elevator operator shall each receive six dollars per diem for
     each regular, biennial, special or extraordinary session; the
     assistant clerks shall each receive four dollars per diem, the
     janitors and elevator operator shall each receive three dollars
     per diem for the time necessarily employed during the interim
     between legislative sessions; all officers and employes
     mentioned in the first section of this act shall receive mileage
     to and from their homes, to be computed by the ordinary mail
     route between their homes and the State Capitol, at the rate of
     ten cents per mile.
        Section 3.  That upon the expiration of the term of the
     present incumbents, the offices of engineer and fireman of the
     Senate, and fireman of the House of Representatives, shall be
     abolished.