INDUSTRIAL POLICE PROHIBITED FROM CARRYING WEAPONS WHEN NOT ON DUTY
                  Act of May 25, 1937, P.L. 799, No. 221              Cl. 22
                                  AN ACT

     Prohibiting industrial police from carrying weapons when not on
        duty; requiring them to leave the same at place of
        employment; and prescribing penalties.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That it shall be unlawful for
     any person employed as an industrial police to carry any firearm
     or other weapon except when on duty as such industrial police.
     All such weapons carried while on duty shall be left at the
     place of employment of such industrial police.
        The term "industrial police," as used in this section, shall
     be construed to mean a police officer, or a person employed in
     any such capacity, for the protection of its property by the
     owner or operator of any colliery, furnace, rolling mill, water
     company, water supply company, water power company, electric
     light company, electric power company, electric transmission
     company, mineral, mining or quarrying company, or express
     company.
        Section 2.  Any person violating the provisions of this act
     shall, on summary conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine
     of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) and costs of prosecution, and in
     default of payment thereof, shall undergo imprisonment for not
     more than ten (10) days.
        Section 3.  All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith
     are hereby repealed.
        Section 4.  This act shall become effective ten days after
     its final enactment.