Act of May 11, 1927, P.L. 965, No. 458              Cl. 24
                                  AN ACT

     Validating actions of boards of school directors in certain
        cases where there was a failure to record the vote of the
        members of the board.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That whenever heretofore the
     school directors of any school district shall have taken any
     action, performed any duty or exercised any power, which by law
     required the affirmative vote of a majority, or greater
     proportion, of all the members of the board of school directors,
     and which by law was required to be recorded so as to show how
     each member of the board voted thereon--if such action or vote
     was actually taken, or duty performed, or power exercised by the
     board as required by law, the same shall be deemed and is hereby
     made valid and legal to all intents and purposes,
     notwithstanding the fact that the secretary of the school board,
     or the board, did not actually record on the minutes of the
     board the vote showing how each member voted, as required by