ADMINISTRATIVE CODE - RELATING TO
                 Act of Jun. 29, 1937, P.L. 2436, No. 455             Cl. 44
                                  AN ACT

     To amend the act, approved the ninth day of April, one thousand
        nine hundred twenty-nine (Pamphlet Laws, one hundred seventy-
        seven), entitled "An act providing for and reorganizing the
        conduct of the executive and administrative work of the
        Commonwealth by the Executive Department thereof and the
        administrative departments, boards, commissions, and officers
        thereof, including the boards of trustees of State Normal
        Schools, or Teachers Colleges; abolishing, creating,
        reorganizing or authorizing the reorganization of certain
        administrative departments, boards, and commissions; defining
        the powers and duties of the Governor and other executive and
        administrative officers, and of the several administrative
        departments, boards, commissions, and officers; fixing the
        salaries of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and certain
        other executive and administrative officers; providing for
        the appointment of certain administrative officers, and of
        all deputies and other assistants and employes in certain
        departments, boards, and commissions; and prescribing the
        manner in which the number and compensation of the deputies
        and all other assistants and employes of certain departments,
        boards and commissions shall be determined," by consolidating
        the Pennsylvania State Police and the State Highway Patrol
        and their powers and duties into one agency, to be known as
        the Pennsylvania Motor Police; and establishing as part of
        such agency a Motor Police Force; and making provision for
        the number, selection, qualifications, promotion, training,
        and discipline of the members of such force.

        Section 2.  (a)  All books, papers, maps, charts, plans,
     records, and equipment in the possession of the Pennsylvania
     State Police and the State Highway Patrol, or any officer or
     member thereof, shall, upon the effective date of this act, be
     delivered and turned over to the Pennsylvania Motor Police.
        (b)  All officers and employes of the Pennsylvania State
     Police and the State Highway Patrol and all officers and other
     members of the State Police Force and the State Highway Patrol,
     on the effective date of this act, shall continue to perform
     their usual duties, upon the same terms and conditions as
     theretofore, until removed or appointed to other positions by
     the Commissioner of Pennsylvania Motor Police. Persons who, upon
     the effective date of this act, are connected with the
     Pennsylvania State Police or the State Highway Patrol shall
     retain all retirement rights that shall have accrued or would
     thereafter accrue to them, and their services shall be deemed to
     have been continuous as if the Pennsylvania State Police and the
     State Highway Patrol had not been consolidated.
        (c)  All pending proceedings and all investigations begun by
     the Pennsylvania State Police and the State Highway Patrol, or
     any member or officer thereof, and not completed upon the
     effective date of this act, shall continue and remian in full
     force as if the Pennsylvania State Police and the State Highway
     Patrol had not been consolidated, and may be completed by the
     Pennsylvania Motor Police.
        (d)  Whenever the term "Pennsylvania State Police" or "State
     Police" or "State Highway Patrol" or "Highway Patrol" occurs in
     any law, or whenever in any law reference is made to the same,
     such term or reference shall be deemed to refer to and include
     the Pennsylvania Motor Police created by this act, so far as
     such law pertains to such matters which are within the
     jurisdiction of such body.