FIXING DISTRICT ATTORNEYS FEES IN THIRD AND FOURTH CLASS COUNTIES
                 Act of Apr. 21, 1921, P.L. 238, No. 120              Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     To fix the fees to be allowed the district attorney in counties
        of the third and fourth classes.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That in all counties of the
     third and fourth classes of this Commonwealth, the fees to be
     allowed the district attorney shall be as follows:
        For drawing bill of indictment and prosecuting the same, for
     every homicide, one hundred dollars, and twenty dollars
     additional for every day of trial exceeding one day.
        For every such bill returned ignoramus, twenty dollars.
        For drawing bill of indictment and prosecuting the same, for
     every offense triable in the court of oyer and terminer and
     general jail delivery, except homicide, eighteen dollars, and
     ten dollars additional for every day of trial exceeding one day.
        For every such bill returned ignoramus, ten dollars.
        For drawing bill of indictment and prosecuting the same, for
     every offense triable in the court of quarter sessions of the
     peace, fifteen dollars, and five dollars additional for every
     day of trial exceeding one day.
        For every such bill returned ignoramus, five dollars.
        For every such case settled with leave of court, five
     dollars.
        For every case where a nolle prosequi is entered, ten
     dollars.
        For every surety of the peace case, ten dollars.
        For every desertion and nonsupport case, ten dollars.
        For every juvenile case, ten dollars.
        For every appeal from a summary conviction and trial in the
     court of quarter sessions, ten dollars.
        For every habeas corpus from summary conviction and trial in
     the court of quarter sessions, ten dollars.
        For entering suit and obtaining judgment on forfeited
     recognizance, fifteen dollars.
        For every homicide case where insanity is pleaded at
     arraignment and a special jury called to try said issue, fifty
     dollars.
        For every hearing on application for parole, ten dollars.
        For every hearing on return of an attachment for
     noncompliance with an order of court, ten dollars.
        For every hearing on return of a capias, five dollars.
        For every hearing on a motion for a new trial, ten dollars.