COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, SALARIES FIXED
                  Act of Jun. 7, 1917, P.L. 570, No. 198              Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     Fixing the salaries and providing for the expenses of county
        commissioners in the counties of this Commonwealth.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That the salaries of each
     member of the board of commissioners in the several counties of
     this Commonwealth shall be as follows:
        In counties of the eighth class, one thousand dollars. (Par.
     amended June 26, 1941, P.L.214, No.96)
        In counties having a population of twenty thousand and over,
     and less than fifty thousand inhabitants, one thousand dollars;
     and, where such county commissioners are also directors of the
     poor, then eighteen hundred dollars.
        In counties having a population of fifty thousand and over,
     and less than seventy-five thousand inhabitants, fifteen hundred
     dollars; and, where such county commissioners are also directors
     of the poor, then twenty-two hundred dollars.
        In counties having a population of seventy-five thousand and
     over, and less than one hundred thousand inhabitants, two
     thousand dollars; and, where such county commissioners are also
     directors of the poor, then twenty-six hundred dollars.
        In counties having a population of one hundred thousand and
     over, and less than one hundred and fifty thousand inhabitants,
     twenty-five hundred dollars; and, where such county
     commissioners are also directors of the poor, then three
     thousand dollars.
        In counties over one hundred and fifty thousand inhabitants
     the salary shall be as now provided by law.
        Section 2.  (2 repealed July 28, 1953, P.L.723, No.230)
        Section 3.  (3 repealed July 28, 1953, P.L.723, No.230)