REQUIRING STATE LICENSING BOARDS TO GIVE CREDIT FOR TRAINING OBTAINED IN
                             THE ARMED FORCES
                 Act of Aug. 11, 1959, P.L. 663, No. 214              Cl. 63
                                  AN ACT

     Requiring State licensing boards and agencies to give credit for
        training received in the armed services of the United States
        toward requirements for internship, clerkship, apprenticeship
        and other job training as a prerequisite to issuing a
        license.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

        Section 1.  Any person who is now required by law to serve an
     apprenticeship, internship, clerkship or other job training as a
     prerequisite for licensure before any State board or agency,
     shall receive credit for any period of such qualifying training
     in the armed services of the United States toward such
     requirement of training upon furnishing such official documents
     or other proof, as may be required by the board or agency, that
     he did engage in such qualifying training while in the armed
     services of the United States as such requirement is interpreted
     by the responsible board or agency.
        Section 2.  The credit for training under section 1 of this
     act shall not be accepted by a board or agency, unless it meets
     the minimum requirements for such training as is now provided by
     law or any rules or regulation promulgated thereunder.