LEGISLATIVE EMPLOYEES
                    Act of Mar. 1, 1911, P.L. 7, No. 6                Cl. 46
                                  AN ACT

     To abolish the office of Assistant Chief Clerk of the Senate,
        and providing for additional officers and employes of the
        General Assembly,--defining their duties and fixing their
        compensation; also fixing the compensation of certain other
        officers now authorized by law.
        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That from and after the
     passage of this act, the office of Assistant Chief Clerk of the
     Senate is hereby abolished; and there shall be created, in
     addition to the officers and employes of the General Assembly
     now authorized by law: In the Senate, a Secretary of the Senate
     and two clerks to committees, to be elected by the Senate, and a
     page to the President of the Senate, to be appointed by the
     President of the Senate; in the House of Representatives, two
     transcribing clerks, three clerks to committees, and two
     assistant sergeants-at-arms, to be elected by the House of
     Representatives.
        Section 2.  The Secretary of the Senate shall be well
     qualified by experience, and have a thorough knowledge of
     parliamentary practice and legislative procedure. He shall act
     as the disbursing officer of the salaries of the Senators,
     officers, and employes of the Senate, and perform such other
     duties as may be required by the President of the Senate or the
     Senate; and he shall continue in office, at the regular session
     of the Senate following that at which elected, for the period of
     ten days, or until his successor is duly elected and qualified.
     All other officers and employes herein authorized shall perform
     the duties and requirements of similar officers and employes, as
     authorized by the act of April twelfth, one thousand nine
     hundred and five.
        Section 3.  The salary of the Secretary of the Senate shall
     be five thousand dollars per annum; the salary of the page to
     the President shall be three dollars per diem during sessions of
     the Legislature, also mileage at the same rate as is now paid to
     the page to the President pro tempore; and all other officers
     and employes herein authorized shall be paid the same
     compensation and mileage, for sessions and as returning
     officers, as is now paid to similar officers.
        Section 4.  The salaries of the Chief Clerks of the Senate
     and the House of Representatives shall each be three thousand
     dollars for each regular biennial session, ten dollars per diem
     for each special or extraordinary session, and one hundred and
     fifty dollars per month for each month during interims between
     legislative sessions. Their mileage, also their salaries, as
     returning officers, shall be as authorized by the act of April
     twelfth, one thousand nine hundred and five.