PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL & MUSEUM COMMISSION - INCREASING MEMBERSHIP OF
                                COMMITTEE
                  Act of Oct. 7, 2010, P.L. 480, No. 67               Cl. 16
                             Session of 2010
                               No. 2010-67

     HB 1671

                                  AN ACT

     Amending the act of August 14, 1963 (P.L.839, No.407), entitled,
        as amended, "An act creating a county records committee;
        imposing powers and duties upon it; authorizing the
        Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to assist and
        cooperate with it; defining county records; and authorizing
        the disposition of certain county records by county officers
        in counties of the second to eighth class," increasing the
        membership of the committee.

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

        Section 1.  Section 1 of the act of August 14, 1963 (P.L.839,
     No.407), entitled, as amended, "An act creating a county records
     committee; imposing powers and duties upon it; authorizing the
     Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to assist and
     cooperate with it; defining county records; and authorizing the
     disposition of certain county records by county officers in
     counties of the second to eighth class," amended February 18,
     1998 (P.L.181, No.29), is amended to read:
        Section 1.  There is hereby created a county records
     committee which shall consist of [fifteen] sixteen members who
     shall be appointed by the Governor for a term of four years. One
     member of the committee shall be the Chief Justice of the
     Pennsylvania Supreme Court, or his judicial representative, one
     a representative of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum
     Commission, one an attorney, one a prothonotary, one a clerk of
     courts, one a county commissioner, one a county controller or
     auditor, one a district attorney, one a county treasurer, one a
     sheriff, one a register of wills, one a recorder of deeds, one a
     clerk of orphans' court, one a jury commissioner, one a coroner,
     and the other a member of the general public. The committee
     shall select one of its members to serve as chairman. Within the
     means at its command, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum
     Commission shall assist and cooperate with the county records
     committee by providing for its necessary expenses, by providing
     for examining and inventorying county records for the
     preparation of schedules, and by enforcing such schedules and
     procedures as the county records committee may make or revise
     under the provisions of this act.
        Section 2.  This act shall take effect in 60 days.

     APPROVED--The 7th day of October, A. D. 2010.

     EDWARD G. RENDELL