REGISTERS OF WILLS, AUTHORIZING STATE ORGANIZATION
                 Act of Apr. 23, 1927, P.L. 380, No. 245              Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     Authorizing the register of wills of the several counties of
        this Commonwealth to organize themselves into a State
        association, for the purpose of holding annual meetings to
        secure more uniformity and cooperation in the conduct of
        their offices, and providing for the payment of certain
        expenses in connection with such meetings by the various
        counties.

        Compiler's Note:  Section 1051 of Act 447 of 1929 provided
            that Act 245 is repealed except insofar as it relates to
            counties of the first class.
        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That from and after the
     passage of this act, the register of wills of the several
     counties of this Commonwealth are hereby authorized to organize
     themselves into a State association, with power to hold annual
     meetings at such time and place within the State as they may
     designate, for the purpose of securing more  uniformity and
     cooperation in the conduct of their offices and improving their
     service to the public.
        Section 2.  Each register of wills, or deputy register of
     wills, or person representing any register of wills, shall be
     allowed all reasonable expenses, including hotel bills and
     traveling expenses actually incurred going to, attending and
     returning from any annual meeting of the association, but not in
     excess of fifty dollars in any one year, which shall be paid by
     the county, of which he or she is an officer, by orders drawn on
     the treasurer thereof. The time spent in attending such meetings
     shall not be more than three days, exclusive of the time
     employed in traveling thereto and therefrom. The expenses of the
     annual meeting of the association, including any necessary
     amount for printing, committee meetings, and stenographic
     services, shall be paid by the proper counties, but shall not
     exceed twenty-five dollars for each county, the register of
     wills of which is a member of said association.