SUPPLEMENTING ACT, DELAWARE RIVER NAVIGATION
                   Act of May 3, 1917, P.L. 145, No. 77               Cl. 74
                               A SUPPLEMENT

     To an act approved the fifth day of June, one thousand nine
        hundred and thirteen, entitled "An act regulating the
        operation of motor-boats, and providing a penalty," giving
        the Board of Commissioners of Navigation jurisdiction to
        enforce the provisions of this act.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That the Board of
     Commissioners of Navigation for the river Delaware and its
     navigable tributaries shall have jurisdiction, and are hereby
     required to enforce the provisions of an act, approved the fifth
     day of June, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen (Pamphlet
     Laws, four hundred thirty-nine), entitled "An act regulating the
     operation of motor-boats, and providing a penalty," so far as
     relates to the waters under the control of said Board of
     Commissioners; and in the enforcement of said act any employe or
     employes of the board authorized by resolution of the board
     shall have and possess the powers of police officers and
     constables: Provided, That the enforcement of such regulation
     shall not extend to impair, or in any way infringe on, the
     mutual arrangements entered into by this State and the State of
     New Jersey.
        (1 amended Apr. 3, 1929, P.L.125, No.124)