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19 May 1887 $ 2.

P. L. 136,

Place of meeting of district return judges.

2. The judges of the sixth district shall meet at the court-house in West Chester, in the county of Chester.

The judges of the seventh district shall meet at the court-house in Norristown, in the county of Montgomery.

The judges of the eighth district shall meet at the court-house in the city of Easton, in the county of Northampton,

The judges of the ninth district shall meet at the court-house in the city of Reading, in the county of Berks.

The judges of the fourteenth district shall meet at the court-house in the city of Harrisburg, in the county of Dauphin.

The judges of the fifteenth district shall meet at the court-house in Montrose, in the county of Susquehanna.

The judges of the sixteenth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Wellsboro', in the county of Tioga.

The judges of the seventeenth district shall meet at the court-house in Sunbury, in the county of Northumberland.

The judges of the eighteenth district shall meet at the court-house in Lewistown, in the county of Mifflin.

The judges of the nineteenth district shall meet at the court-house in York, in the county of York.

The judges of the twentieth district shall meet at the court-house in Hollidaysburg, in the county of Blair.

The judges of the twenty-first district shall meet at the court-house in Indiana, in the county of Indiana.

The judges of the twenty-fourth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Washington, in the county of Washington.

The judges of the twenty-fifth district shall meet at the court-house in New Castle, in the county of Lawrence.

The judges of the twenty-sixth district shall meet at the court-house in lead-
ville, in the county of Crawford.

The judges of the twenty-seventh district shall meet at the court-house in
Warren, in the county of Warren.

The judges of the twenty-eighth district shall meet at the court-house in Clearfield, in the county of Clearfield.

19 May 1874 1.

P. L. 197.

II. Senatorial. 3. Until the next United States decennial census is taken and an apportionment made thereon, the senate shall consist of fifty members, and the state is hereby apportioned into fifty senatorial districts, each of which shall be known by the number herein attached thereto, and shall be entitled to elect one senator, as follows, to wit:

First District. — The first, second and twenty-sixth wards of the city of Philadelphia.

Second District. — The third, fourth, fifth, sixth and eleventh wards of said city.

Third District. — The sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and twentieth wards of said city.

Fourth District. — The twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-fourth and twentyseventh wards of said city.

Fifth District. — The fifteenth, eighteenth and twenty-ninth wards of said city.
Sixth District. — The seventh, eighth and ninth wards of said city.

Seventh District. — The tenth, twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth wards of said city.

Eighth District. — The nineteenth, twenty-third and twenty-fifth wards of said city.

Ninth District. — The county of Delaware.
Tenth District. - The county of Bucks.
Eleventh District. — The county of Berks.
Twelfth District. The county of Montgomery.

Thirteenth District. — The city of Lancaster and the following boroughs and townships in the county of Lancaster, viz. : The boroughs of Washington and Strasburg, and the townships of Manor, Lancaster, Conestoga, Pequea, Martic, Providence, Drumore, Fulton, Little Britain, West Lampeter, Strasburg, Colerain, Eden, Bart, Salisbury, Sadsbury, Paradise, Leacock and East Lampeter.

Fourteenth District. — All the county of Lancaster not included in the thirteenth district.

Fifteenth District. — The county of Dauphin.
Sixteenth District. The county of Lehigh.
Seventeenth District. — The county of Lebanon.
Eighteenth District. – the county of Northampton.
Nineteenth District. — The county of Chester.

Twentieth District. — The cities of Scranton and Carbondale, and the following 19 May 1974 $ 1. wards, boroughs and townships in the county of Luzerne, viz. : The boroughs of

P. L, 197. Goldsboro', Pleasant Valley, Blakely, Dunmore and Jermyn, and the townships of Blakely, Carbondale, Fell, Jefferson, Roaring Brook, Bear Creek, Buck, Covington, Jenkins, Lackawanna, Madison, Pittston, Plains and Spring Brook.

Twenty-first District. — All the county of Luzerne not embraced in the twentieth
district.

Twenty-second District. — The counties of Monroe, Pike and Carbon.
Twenty-third District. The counties of Bradford and Wyoming.

Twenty-fourth District. — The counties of Lycoming, Montour, Sullivan and
Columbia.

Twenty-fifth District. — The counties of Tioga, Potter and McKean.
Twenty-sixth District. - The counties of Susquehanna and Wayne.
Twenty-seventh District. — The counties of Union, Snyder and Northumberland.
Twenty-eighth District. — The county of York.
Twenty-ninth District. — The borough of Pottsville and the following boroughs
and townships in the county of Schuylkill, viz.: The boroughs of Pine Grove,
Tremont, Minersville, Schuylkill Ilaven, Port Carbon, Saint Clair, Palo Alto, Mt.
Carbon, Cressona, Auburn, Yorkville and Landingville, and the townships of Pine
Grove, Tremont, Porter, Frailey, Reiley, Branch, Washington, Wayne, North
Manheim, South Manheim, Norwegian, East Norwegian and New Castle.

Thirtieth District. — All the county of Schuylkill not embraced in the twentyninth district.

Thirty-first District. — The counties of Perry, Mifflin and Juniata.
Thirty-second District. — The counties of Cumberland and Adams.
Thirty-third District. — The counties of Franklin and Huntingdon.
Thirty-fourth District. — The counties of Clinton, Clearfield and Centre.
Thirty-fifth District. — The counties of Blair and Cambria.
Thirty-sixth District. — The counties of Somerset, Bedford and Fulton.
Thirty-seventh District. -- The counties of Indiana and Jefferson.
Thirty-eighth District. - The counties of Cameron, Elk, Clarion and Forest.
Thirty-ninth District. The county of Westmoreland.
Fortieth District. — The counties of Fayette and Greene.
Forty-first District. — The counties of Butler and Armstrong.

Forty-second District. — The city of Allegheny, the boroughs of Bellevue and
Sewickley, and the townships of Reserve, Killbuck and Ohio, in the county of
Allegheny.

Forty-third District. — The first to the fifteenth wards, inclusive, and the twenty-third ward of the city of Pittsburgh.

Forty-fourth District. -- The sixteenth to the twenty-second ward, inclusive, and the thirty-seventh ward of the city of Pittsburgh, ar the boroughs and townships of Allegheny county between the rivers Monongahela and Allegheny and all those boroughs and townships north and west of the Allegheny river and north of the Ohio river, not included in the forty-second district.

Forty-fifth District. — The twenty-fourth to the thirty-sixth wards, inclusive, of the city of Pittsburgh, and the townships and boroughs of Allegheny county lying south and west of the Monongahela and Ohio rivers.

Forty-sixth District. — The counties of Beaver and Washington.
Forty-seventh District. — The counties of Lawrence and Mercer.
Fortyeighth District. — The counties of Warren and Venango.
Forty-ninth District. — The county of Erie.
Fiftieth District. — The county of Crawford.
4. In those senatorial districts which are compounded of more than one county,

Ibid. g 2. the persons appointed as return-judges, shall, on the Tuesday following the day of

Meeting of return the annual election in November, at two o'clock P.M., meet and cast up the several judges. county returns, and execute under their hands and seals, one general and true return of the whole district in triplicate; one copy of which, properly sealed up and addressed, shall be sent by mail to the secretary of the commonwealth; one shall be deposited with the prothonotary of the county wherein the return is executed, and one copy sent to the person receiving the highest number of votes for senator in the district, to wit: The return-judges shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Stroudsburg,

The return-judges of the twenty-third district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Towanda, in the county of Bradford.

The return-judges of the twenty-fourth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Danville, in the county of Montour.

The return-judges of the twenty-fifth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Wellsboro', in the county of Tioga.

The return-judges of the twenty-sixth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Montrose, in the county of Susquehanna.

The return-judges of the twenty-seventh district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Sunbury, in the county of Northumberland.

Monroe county

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The return-judges of the thirty-first district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Lewiston, in the county of Mifflin.

The return-judges of the thirty-second district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Carlisle, in the county of Cumberland.

The return-judges of the thirty-third district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Chambersburg, in the county of Franklin.

The return-judges of the thirty-fourth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Bellefonte, in the county of Centre.

The return-judges of the thirty-fifth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Hollidaysburg, in the county of Blair.

The return-judges of the thirty-sixth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Bedford, in the county of Bedford.

The return-judges of the thirty-seventh district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Indiana, in the county of Indiana.

The return-judges of the thirty-eighth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Ridgway, in the county of Elk.

The return-judges of the fortieth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Uniontown, in the county of Fayette.

The return-judges of the forty-first district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Kittaning, in the county of Armstrong:

The return-judges of the forty-sixth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Beaver, in the county of Beaver.

The return-judges of the forty-seventh district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Mercer, in the county of Mercer.

The return-judges of the forty-eighth district shall meet at the court-house in the borough of Franklin, in the county of Venango.

12 May 1857 1.

P. L. 95.

House to consist
of 204 members.
Philadelphia.
Apportionment.

III. Representative. 5. Until the next decennial United States census, and the apportionment be made thereon by law, the house of representatives shall consist of two hundred and four members, and shall be apportioned as follows, namely:

6. The city of Philadelphia shall elect thirty-nine members, and the said city shall be divided into twenty-eight districts, as follows:

The first ward shall constitute the first district, and elect two members;
The second ward shall constitute the second district, and elect one member;
The third ward shall constitute the third district, and elect one member;
The fourth ward shall constitute the fourth district, and elect one member;
The fifth ward shall constitute the fifth district, and elect one member;
The thirtieth ward shall constitute the sixth district, and elect one member;
The seventh ward shall constitute the seventh district, and elect one member;
The eighth ward shall constitute the eighth district, and elect one member;
The ninth ward shall constitute the ninth district, and elect one member;

The sixth and tenth wards shall constitute the tenth district, and elect two members;

The eleventh ward shall constitute the eleventh district, and elect one member;

The twelfth ward shall constitute the twelfth district, and elect one member;

The thirteenth ward shall constitute the thirteenth district, and elect one member;

The fourteenth ward shall constitute the fourteenth district, and elect one member; The fifteenth ward shall constitute the fifteenth district, and elect two-members;

The sixteenth and eighteenth wards shall constitute the sixteenth district, and elect two members;

The seventeenth ward shall constitute the seventeenth district, and elect one member;

The nineteenth and thirty-first wards shall constitute the eighteenth district, and elect three members;

The twentieth ward shall constitute the nineteenth district, and elect two members;

The twenty-first ward shall constitute the twentieth district, and elect one member;

The twenty-second ward shall constitute the twenty-first district, and elect one member;

The twenty-fifth ward shall constitute the twenty-second district, and elect one member;

The twenty-third ward shall constitute the twenty-third district, and elect orie member;

The twenty-fourth ward shall constitute the twenty-fourth district, and elect two members;

The twenty-sixth ward shall constitute the twenty-fifth district, and elect two members;

The twenty-seventh ward shall constitute the twenty-sixth district, and elect one 12 May 1897 $ 1. member;

P. L. 95. The twentyeighth ward shall constitute the twenty-seventh district, and elect

Representative. two members;

The twenty-ninth ward shall constitute the twenty-eighth district, and elect two members;

7. The county of Adams shall be entitled to and shall elect two members.

The county of Allegheny shall be entitled to sixteen members, and the said county is hereby divided into six districts, as follows:

The first, third, fourth, seventh, eighth, twelfth and thirteenth wards of the city of Allegheny shall constitute the first district, and elect two members ;

The second, fifth, sixth, ninth, tenth and eleventh wards of the city of Allegheny shall constitute the second district, and elect two members ;

The second, third, sixth, seventh, eighth, eleventh and thirteenth wards of the city of Pittsburgh shall constitute the third district, and elect two members;

The first, fourth, fifth, ninth, tenth and tweifth wards of the city of Pittsburgh shall constitute the fourth district, and elect one member;

The fourteenth to the thirty-sixth wards of the city of Pittsburgh shall constitute the fifth district, and elect four members;

The boroughs and townships south of the Ohio and Monongahela rivers, and townships and boroughs lying between the Youghiogheny and Monongahela rivers, shall constitute the sixth district, and elect two members;

The boroughs and townships north of the Allegheny and Ohio rivers shall constitute the seventh district, and elect two members;

The boroughs and townships between the Allegheny and Youghiogheny rivers shall constitute the eighth district, and elect one member.

The county of Armstrong shall elect two members.
The county of Beaver shall elect two members.
The county of Bedford shall elect two members.
The county of Blair shall elect two members.
The county of Bradford shall elect three members.
The county of Bucks shall elect three members.
The county of Butler shall elect two members.

The county of Berks shall be entitled to five members and shall be divided into two districts, namely:

The city of Reading shall compose the first district, and elect two members;

All of the county of Berks, not embraced in the first district, shall compose the second district, and elect three members.

The county of Cambria shall elect two members.
The county of Cameron shall elect one member.
The county of Carbon shall elect one member.
The county of Centre shall elect two members.
The county of Chester shall elect four members.
The county of Clarion shall elect two members.
The county of Clearfield shall elect two members.
The county of Clinton shall elect one member.
The county of Columbia shall elect two members.
The county of Crawford shall elect three members.
The county of Cumberland shall elect two members.

The county of Dauphin shall be entitled to four members and shall be divided into two districts, namely:

The city of Harrisburg shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

The rest of the said county shall constitute the second district, and elect three members.

The county of Delaware shall elect three members.
The county of Elk shall elect one member.

The county of Erie shall be entitled to three members and shall be divided into two districts, namely:

The city of Erie shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

The rest of said county shall constitute the second district, and elect two members.

The county of Fayette shall elect three members.
The county of Forest shall elect one member.
The county of Franklin shall elect two members.
The county of Fulton shall elect one member.
The county of Greene shall elect one member.
The county of Huntingdon shall elect two members.
The county of Indiana shall elect two members.
The county of Jefferson shall elect one member.
The county of Juniata shall elect one member.

The county of Lancaster shall be entitled to six members and be divided into three districts, namely:

The city of Lancaster shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

12 May 1887 $ 1.

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Representative.

The boroughs of Strasburg and Washington, the townships of Lancaster, Manor, Conestoga, Pequea, Martic, Providence, Drumore, Fulton, Little Britain, East and West Lampeter, Strasburg, Colerain, Eden, Bart, Salisbury, Sadsbury, Paradise and Leacock shall constitute the second district, and elect two members;

The rest of the county of Lancaster, not embraced in the first and second districts as aforesaid, shall constitute the third district, and elect three members.

The county of Lawrence shall elect two members.
The county of Lebanon shall elect two members.
The county of Lehigh shall elect three members.
The county of Lycoming shall elect three members.

The county of Luzerne shall be entitled to six members and shall be divided into six districts, namely:

The city of Wilkesbarre shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

The townships of Dallas, Exeter, Fairmount, Franklin, Hunlock, Huntingdon, Jackson, Kingston, Lake, Lehman, Marcy, Ross, Salem and Union, and the boroughs of Dallas, Exeter, Luzerne, New Columbus, Shickshinny, Wyoming and West Pittston shall constitute the second district, and elect one member;

The townships of Newport and Plymouth, and the boroughs of Edwardsville, Kingston, Nanticoke and Plymouth shall constitute the third district, and elect one member;

The townships of Foster and Hazel, and the boroughs of Freeland, Ilazleton and Jeddo, and the district of Upper Lehigh shall constitute the fourth district, and elect one member;

The townships of Bear Creek, Buck, Jenkins, Pittston and Plains, and the boroughs of Hughestown, Miner's Mills, Parsons, Pittston, Pleasant Valley and Yatesville shall constitute the fifth district, and elect one member;

The townships of Black Creek, Butler (except the district of Upper Lehigh), Conyngham, Denison, Dorrance, Hanover, Hollenback, Nescopeck, Sloeum. Sugar Loaf, Wilkesbarre and Wright, and the boroughs of As Laurel Rui, Sugar Notch and White Haven shall constitute the sixth district, and elect one member.

The county of Lackawanna shall be entitled to four members, and be divided into four districts, namely:

The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, fourteenth, fifteenth, eighteenth and twenty-first wards of the city of Scranton shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

The seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, nineteenth and twentieth wards of the city of Scranton shall constitute the second district, and elect one member;

The boroughs of Gouldsborough, Glenburn, La Plume and Waverly, and the townships of Benton, Clifton, Covington, Greenfield, Lackawanna, Lehigh, Madison, North Abington, Newton, Old Forge, Ransom, Spring Brook, Scott, South Abington shall constitute the third district, and elect one member;

The boroughs of Carbondale City, Dickson City, Dunmore, Fell, Glenwood, Jefferson, Olyphant, Roaring Brook, Winton, Jermyn, and the townships of Archbald, Blakely and Carbondale shall constitute the fourth district, and elect one member.

The county of McKean shall elect two members.
The county of Mercer shall elect three members.
The county of Mifflin shall elect one member.
The county of Monroe shall elect one member.
The county of Montgomery shall elect five members.
The county of Montour shall elect one member.
The county of Northampton shall elect three members.
The couniy of Northumberland shall elect two members.
The county of Perry shall elect one member.
The county of Pike shall elect one member.
The county of Potter shall elect one member.

The county of Schuylkill shall be entitled to six members and shall be divided into four districts, namely:

The townships of East Mahanoy and West Mahanoy, and the boroughs of Shenandoah, Gilberton, Mahanoy City, Delano and Frackville shall constitute the first district, and elect one member;

The townships of Upper Mahantongo, Hubley, Eldred, Hegins, Barry, Foster, Butler, Cass, and the boroughs of Ashland and Girardville shall constitute the second district, and elect one member;

The townships of Union, North Union, East Union, Blythe, West Brunswick, East Brunswick, West Penn, Schuylkill, Kline, Rush, Ryan, Rahn and Walker, and the boroughs of Port Clinton, Tamaqua, New Philadelphia, Middleport and New Ringgold shall constitute the third district, and elect one member. (R)

The townships of Porter, Tremont, Pine Grove, Reiley, Frailey, Branch, Norwegian, East Norwegian, New Castle, North Manheim, South Manheim, Washington

(2) By the amendment of 8 May 1889, P. L. 138.

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