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SUPREME AND SUPERIOR COURTS OF PENNSYLVANIA.

SUPREME COURT.

Chief Justice--Robert von Moschzisker, 2101 DeLancey Street, Philadelphia. Term

expires first Monday of January, 1931.
Judges-Robert S. Frazer, 1100 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County.

Term expires first Monday of January, 1936.
Emory A. Walling, Erie, Erie County. Term expires first Monday of

January, 1938.
Alexander Simpson, Jr., 5854 Drexel Road, Philadelphia. Term expires

first Monday of January, 1940.
John W. Kephart, Ebensburg, Cambria County. Term expires first Mon-

day of January, 1940.
Sylvester B. Sadler, Carlisle, Cumberland County. Term expires first

Monday of January, 1942.
William I. Schaffer, Chester, Delaware County. Term expires first Mon-

day of January, 1943.

800 Green Street.

Officers and Employes, Eastern District, Room 458, City Hall, Philadelphia. Prothonotary pro tem.-Rudolph M. Schick, 225 South Thirty-eighth Street, Phila

delphia.
Deputy Prothonotary, (Acting) –J. Earl Quigley, Harrisburg, Dauphin County.
Crier and Librarian-Robert Liberton, 2019 West Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.
Chief Clerk-Miss Edna W. Mixsell, Wallingford, Delaware County.
Assistant ('lerk-Miss May C. Reese, Rutledge, Delaware County.
Assistant to Chief Clerk--Miss Mintamore Willson, 458 City Hall, Philadelphia.
Remed Clerk-Alexander M. Smith, 209 Yale Avenue, Swarthmore, Delaware

County.
Spacial Clerk to Chief Justice --Arthur B. VanBuskirk, 458 City Hall, Philadelphia.
Tipstaves--- Fred H. Davis, Ebensburg, Cambria County.

G. Fred Gibbs, Chambersburg, Franklin County.
John R. Kauffman, 14 South Duke Street, Lancaster, Lancaster County.
John J. McCloskey, 1843 South Fifty-fifth Street, Philadelphia.
Charles J. Rainey, Jr., 801 City-County Building, Pittsburgh, Alleghen y

County.
John J. Waterhouse, 606 West Olney Avenue, Philadelphia.

H. Leroy West, 1202 West Eleventh Street, Erie, Erie County.
Librarian-G. Coe Farrier, 458 City Hall, Philadelphia.
Assistant Librarian-James Monaghan, 3309 Baring Street, Philadelphia.

Oficers and Employes, Middle District, Room 135, Capitol Building, Harrisburg. Prothonotary-William Pearson, Harrisburg, Dauphin County.

27 South Front Street. I'eputy Prothonotary and Clerk-Homer IIummel Strickler, Hummelstown, Dauphin

County. Attendant and Court Officer-Mrs. Sara V. Snoddy, Harrisburg, Dauphin County.

260 Cumberland Street,
Officers and Employes, Western District, 800-801 City-County Building, Pittsburgh.
Prothonotary-Pier Dannals, Crafton, Allegheny County.
Clerk-Miss Margaret W. Caskey, 6404 Bartlett Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny

County.
Reporter-Albert B. Weimer, 842 Real Estate Trust Building. Philadelphia.

THE DISTRICTS AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS THEREIN.

Eastern District.

Sitting at Philadelphia, commencing first Monday of January, return days and beginning of argument weeks for the years 1923 and 1924, as follows:

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Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Lehigh and Montgomery,
Chester, Delaware and Bucks,
Schuylkill, Lebanon and Lycoming,
Lackawanna, Wayne, Pike and Wyoming,
Berks, Montour and Adams,
Northampton, Carbon, Monroe and Franklin,
Bradford, Clinton, Cameron, Sullivan and Susquehanna,
Philadelphia (2d Period),
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Luzerne and Columbia,
Blair, Centre, Clearfield and Huntingdon,
Crawford, Erie and Cumberland,
Warren, McKean, Tioga, Potter and Elk,
Bedford, Fayette, Union, Snyder, Northumberland, Juniata, Miillin and Perry,
Lancaster and York,
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Lehigh and Montgomery,
Chester, Delaware and Bucks,
Schuylkill, Lebanon and Lycoming,
Lackawanna, Wayne, Pike and Wyoming,
Berks, Montour and Adams,
Northampton, Carbon, Monroe and Franklin,
Bradford, Clinton, Cameron, Sullivan and Susquehanna,
Philadelphia (20 Period),
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,
Luzerne and Columbia,
Blair, Centre, Clearfield and Huntingdon,
Crawford, Erie and Cumberland,
Warren, McKean, Tioga, l'otter and Elk,
Pedford, Fayette, Union, Snyder, Northumberland, Juniata, Millin and Perry,
Låtlıcaster and York,

1923
January
January 8
January 15
January 22
January 29
February
February 12
February 19
February 26
March
March 12
.March 19
March 26
.April

2 . April 9 . April 16 April 23 April 30 May

7 diay 14

1924 January 7 January

14
January 21
January 28
Febuary
Feliruary 11
February 18
.February 25
March 3
March 10
March 17
March 24
March 31
April 7
April 14
April 21
April 28
May
May

12 . May

19

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Middle District. Sitting at Harrisburg, commencing twenty-first Monday of each year, for the following counties :

1923 Dauphin and Fulton,

May

21

1924 Dauphin and Fulton,

May

26

Western District.

Sitting at Pittsburgh, commencing last Monday of September, return days and beginning of argument weeks for the years 1923 and 1924, as follows:

1923 Armstrong, (mbria, Clarion, Forest. Jefferson, Mercer, Soinerset, Venango and Westmoreland,

. September 24

1924 Armstrong (Cambria, Clarion, Forest, Jefferson, Mercer, Somerset Venango and Westmoreland,

September 29 Sitting at Pittsburgh, commencing first Monday of October, return days and beginning of argument weeks for the years 1923 and 1924, as follows:

1923 Beaver, Butler, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence and Washington,

October 1

1924 Beaver, Butler, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence and Washington,

.October 6 Sitting at Pittsburgh, commencing second Monday of October, return days and beginning of argument weeks for the years 1923 and 1924, as follows:

1923 Allegheny,

October 8 Allegheny,

October 15

1924 Allegheny,

October 13 Illegheny,

.October 30

SUPERIOR COURT.

President Judge-George E. Orlady, Huntingdon, IIuntingdon County. Term ex

pires first Monday of January, 1926. Judges-William D. Porter, Hotel Schenley, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. Term

expires first Monday of January, 1929. John J. Henderson, Meadville, Crawford County. Term expires first Mon

day of January, 1924. Frank M. Trexler, Allentown, Lehigh County. Term expires first Monday

of January, 1925. William H. Keller, Lancaster, Lancaster County. Term expires first Mon

day of January, 1930. William B. Linn, 6374 Overbrook Road, Overbrook, Philadelphia. Term

expires first Monday of January, 1931. *Robert S. Gawthrop, West Chester, Chester County. Term expires first

Monday of January, 1923.

Officers and Employes, Eastern District, Room 458 City Hall, Philadelphia. Prothonotary pro tem.-Rudolph M. Schick, 225 South Thirty-eighth Street, Phila

delphia.
Crier-William P. Maclay, 5308 Angora Terrace, Philadelphia.
Tipstaves—Robert Hastings, 2320 Lombard Street, Philadelphia.

Theodore Homan, 1402 North Fifty-fourth Street, Philadelphia.
Thomas C. Johnson, 801 City-County Building, Pittsburgh, Allegheny

County.
Russell T. Whitson, 122 East Lemon Street, Lancaster, Lancaster

County.
Mark Fleming, 1817 East Clementine Street, Philadelphia.

Officers and Employes, Middle District, Room 435, Capitol Building, Harrisburg, Prothonotary-William Pearson, Harrisburg, Dauphin County.

27 South Front Street. Deputy Prothonotary and Clerk-Homer Hummel Strickler, Hummelstown, Dauphin County.

Officers and Employes, Scranton District, 612 Scranton Life Building, Scranton. Prothonotary-Charles B. Stevens, Scranton, Lackawanna County.

Officers and Employes, Western District, 800-801 City-County Building, Pittsburgh.
Prothonotary-Pier Dannals, Crafton, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County.
Reporter-Albert B. Weimer, 842 Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia.
Assistant Reporter-Spencer Gilbert Nauman, Lancaster, Lancaster County.

4 North Third Street.

Terms of said Court will be held as follows:
At Scranton, commencing first Monday of March for the following counties :

1923 Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna and Wayne,

..March 5

192+ Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna and Wayne,

. March 3 At Harrisburg, commencing second Monday of March for the following counties :

1923 Adams, Cameron, Cumberland, Dauphin, Elk, Juniata, Mimin, Perry, Snyder, Tioga, Union and York,

March 12

1924 Adams, Cameron, Cumberland, Danphin, Elk, Juniata, Millin, Perry, Snyder, Tioga, Union and York,

..... March 10 * Appointed by Governor Sproul April 13, 1922, vice John B. Head, who resigned April 12, 1922.

At Pittsburgh, commencing second Monday of April, return days and beginning of argument weeks for the years 1923 and 1924, as follows:

1923 Armstrong, Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Mercer, BomersetVenango and Warren,

. April 9 Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland,

April 16 Allegheny,

. April 23

1924 Armstrong, Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Mercer, Somerset, Venango and Warren,

April 14 Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland,

. April 21 Allegheny,

. April 28 At Philadelphia, commencing the first Monday of October for the following counties :

1923 Philadelphia,

.October 1 Philadelphia,

October 8 Philadelphia,

October 15 Bedford, Blair, Caron, centie, Clearnelu, Clinton, Franklm, l'ulton, Huntingdon, Lebanon. Jokoa. Northumberlernt l'otter, Sullivan and Hyoming,

October 22 Berks, Lancaster, Lycoming and Montour,

November 12 Bradford, Bucks, Chester and Delaware,

November 19 Lehigh. Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton and Schuylkill,

December 3 Philadelphia,

December 10

1924 Philadelphia,

October 6 Philadelphia,

.October 13 Philadelphia,

October 20 Bedforal, Blair, Carbon, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Franklin,

Fulton,

Huntingdon, Lebanon, McKean, Northumberland, Potter, Sullivan and Wyoming,

.October 27 Berks, Lancaster, Lycoming and Montour,

November 10 Bradford, Bucks, Chester and Delawa re,

November 17 Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton and Schuylkill,

December 1 Philadelphia,

December 8

DUTIES AND POWERS OF STATE OFFICERS AND

BOARDS.

THE EXECUTIVE.

The Executive Department of the Commonwealth consists of a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Attorney-General, AuditorGeneral, State Treasurer, Secretary of Internal Affairs and a Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The Governor.

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The supreme executive power of the Commonwealth is vested in the Governor; he is Commander-in-Chief of the army and navy of the Commonwealth, and of the militia, except when they are called into the actual service of the United States, and takes care that the laws of the Commonwealth are faithfully executed. He holds his office for four years from the third Tuesday of January next succeeding his election, and is not eligible to the office for the next succeeding term. No person is elig:ble to the office of Governor except a citizen of the United States who has attained the age of thirty years and has been for seven years next preceding his election an inhabitant of the Commonwealth, unless he has been absent on the public business of the United States or of his State.

He may on extraordinary occasions convene the General Assembly, and in case of disagreement between the two Houses, with respect to the time of adjournment, adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper, not exceeding four months; he may also convenc the Senate in extraordinary session for the transaction of executive business, and he shall from time to time give to the General Assembly information of the state of the Commonwealth, and recommend such measures as he may judge expedient; and he may require information in writing from the oficers of the Executive Department of the State government upon any subject relating to their respective offices. All bills and concurrent resolutions, except for adjournment, must be submitted to him for his approval. If any bill shall not be returned by the Governor within ten days after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the General Assembly by their adjournment prevent its return; in which case it shall be a law unless he shall file the same with his objections, in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and give notice thereof by public proclamation within thirty days after such adjournment. He nominates and, by and with the consent of two-thirds of all of the members of the Senate, appoints a Secretary of the Commonwealth, an Attorney-General, an Adjutant-General, a Commissioner of Insurance, a Commissioner of Banking, a Secretary of Agriculture, a Superintendent of Public Instruction, a Commissioner of Health, a Superintendent of State Police, a Commissioner of Labor and Industry, a Chief of the Department of Mines, a Superintendent of Public Grounds and Buildings, a Commissioner of Forestry, a Commissioner of Fisheries, a State Highway Commissioner, a State Librarian, a Superintendent of Public Printing and Binding, the members of the Public Service Commission, Public Welfare Commission, Workmen's Compensation Board, State Board of Censors and such other State officers as he may be authorized to appoint. He fills all vacancies in offices to which he may appoint, during the recess of the Senate, by granting commissions which expire at the end of the next session. He has power to fill any vacancy that may happen during the recess of the Senate in the office of the Auditor-General, State Treasurer, Secretary of

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