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BOARD OF GAME COMMISSIONERS. The Commissioners receive no compensation for services or expenses. The Commissioners are authorized to appoint eighty competent men as game protectors and for their salaries. The game protectors are paid all necessary expenses. The deputy game protectors receive the same compensation that constables receive for similar service.
THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.
Per annum. Chairman,
$10,500 Six additional commissioners, each,
7,500 ássistant counsel,
5,000 Investigator of accidents,
2,000 In addition to their salaries the Commissioners and other officers of the Commission receive their traveling and other necessary expenses actually incurred while in performance of their official duties.
WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. Five commissioners, three of whom shall each receive,
2,500 Clerk and Stenographer,
1,200 Two of the Water Supply Commissioners, viz: The Commissioner of Forestry and the Commissioner of Health, receive no salaries, but are allowed necessary expenses.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE. Commissioner of Public Welfare,
10.000 Deputy Commissioner of Public Welfare,
7,500 Chief of the Bureau of Mental Health,
7,500 Chiefs of Bureaus, each,
5,000 The Commissioner may appoint such other officers, inspectors, agents, and emplores, as the work of the department may require, who shall receive such salary or compensation as the Comm'ssion may determine. The Commissioners may also emplog persons having professional or expert knowledge of the matters within the jurisdiction or supervision of the department.
The Commission of Public Welfare consists of nine members, three of whom, the Commissioner of Public Welfare, the Commissioner of Labor and Industry, and the Commissioner of Health are members ex-officio. The members of the Commission shall serve without compensation, but shall be allowed the expenses necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties.
SOLDIERS' ORPHAN SCHOOL COMMISSION. The members of the Commission receive no compensation except for actual expenses. Chief clerk,
1,400 One other clerk.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE BOARD OF CENSORS OF MOTION PICTURES.
3,600 3,300 3,300 Per annum. Executive clerk,
1,920 Two clerks, each,
1.800 Two clerks, each,
1,200 Seven clerks and typists, each,
1,080 Four stenographers, each,
1,200 Chief inspector,
1,920 Thirteen inspectors, each,
1,800 Chief operator,
1,680 Five operators, each,
1,200 Janitor and watchman,
1,080 In addition to the employes enumerated above, the chairman may, with the approval of the Governor, appoint such additional employes as the work of the Board may necessarily require. The salaries of such additional employes shall not exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of five thousand dollars annually.
ARMORY BOARD OF THE STATE CF PENNSYLVANIA. Appointive members, each,
The members are also allowed their necessary expenses.
THE PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF PHARMACY. The members of the Board receive ten dollars each day actually employed and all necessary expenses.
The Secretary receives such compensation as the Board may allow.
DENTAL COUNCIL. Each member of the Dental Council receives ten dollars per day for each day's attendance at regular meetings of the Council. Two thousand dollars per year is appropriated to the Council for its nécessary expenses, which shall include the salary paid to the secretary, stenographer and clerks.
BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. The Board of Dental Examiners receive no fixed salary; from the fees pro vided for by the Act all proper expenses are paid, and if any surplus above the expenses remains at the end of the year, it is apportioned among the examiners, pro rata, according to the number of candidates examined by each, during said
BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EDUCATION, EXAMINATION AND LICENSURE. The members of the Board receive ten dollars each day actually employed and all necessary expenses.
STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC EXAMINERS. The members of the Board receive fifteen dollars each day actually employed and all necessary expenses.
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR REGISTRATION OF NURSES. The members of tbe Board, excepting the Educational Director, receive five dollars each day actually employed and all necessary expenses.
Per annum. Secretary,
$1,800 State educational director of training schools for nurses,
STATE BOARD OF UNDERTAKERS. The members of the Board are paid only for their necessary expenses, except the secretary, who receives five hundred dollars per annum.
STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINERS. The Veterinary Medical Examiners receive no fixed salary, but from the fees provided for by the Act all proper expenses are paid and they are given a reasonable remuneration for their work from the surplus, if there be any.
STATE BOARD FOR THE EXAMINATION OF ACCOUNTANTS.
The members of the board are paid only their necessary expenses.
STATE BOARD FOR REGISTRATION OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND
Each member of the Board shall receive fifteen dollars for each day he attends the sessions of the board or any of its committees and for the time spent in necessary travel; and, in addition thereto, shall be reimbursed for all actual traveling, incidental, and clerical expenses necessarily incurred in carrying out the provisions of the law.
The secretary of the board shall receive and account for all moneys derived under the provisions of the law, and shall pay the same monthly to the State Treasurer, who shall keep such moneys in a separate fund, to be known as the “Engineers' Fund.” Such fund shall be kept separate and apart from all other moneys in the treasury, and shall be paid out only by warrant of the Auditor General upon the State Treasurer, upon itemized vouchers approved by the chairman and attested by the secretary of the board. All moneys in the "Engineers’ Fund”, from time to time, are specifically appropriated for the use of the board.
The secretary of the board shall receive such salary as the board shall determine. The board may employ such clerical or other assistants as are necessary for the proper performance of its work.
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF ARCHITECTS. The members of the Board are paid ten dollars per diem while actually engaged in attendance at meetings or in conducting examinations; also the amount of their actual traveling, hotel, clerical, and other necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. Secretary,
ANTHRACITE MINE CAVE COMMISSION.
Per annum. Three members, each,
$8,000) The members of the commission shall also receive their actual necessary expenses. The commission is authorized to employ a secretary, counsel and such other deputies, assistants, engineers, investigators, and clerks, as it deems necessary, and may fix and pay the salaries thereof. The salaries and expenses of the commission shall be payable only out of the funds received from the owners and operators who have accepted the required provisions.
PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL COMMISSION.
The members of the Commission are paid only their necessary expenses.
1,800 1.200 1,000
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS.
The members of the Board receive no compensation for services, but are allowed their necessary expenses.
LAKE ERIE AND OHIO RIVER CANAL BOARD.
5,000 Six other members, each,
4,000 The members of the Board shall receive the above stated salaries for the time required for the preparation of the survey and estimates for the building of the canal, after which they shall serve without compensation until such time as the construction of the canal may be proceeded with, when the President of the Board shall thereafter receive an annual salary of $12,000, and each of the other members of the Board $10,000.
In addition to their salaries the members of the Board and other officers receive traveling and necessary expenses actually incurred while in the performance of their official duties.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE PARK AND HARBOR COMMISSION OF ERIE.
The members of the commission shall receive no compensation, but shall be reimbursed for all expenses necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties.
The commiss'on is empowered to appoint such officers and employes as may be necessary, and fix their compensation.
RETIREMENT OF STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES. The retirement of State officers and employes, except the Judiciary, is regulated by the Act of June 14, 1915, P. L. 973, as amended by the Act of April 20, 1921. P. L. 197. The Act in part is as follows, viz:
“That hereafter, whenever the Governor is of the opinion that a State employe is incapac tated for performing his regular official duties, except State emploves whose retirement has been or shall be otherwise provided for, he shall notify said employe of his opinion; and if the said employe shall resign within thirty days after such notice, and shall have served in office as such a State employe for twenty-five years or more, or who shall have reached the age of sixty-five years and shall have served in office as such State employe for twenty years, and shall hold himself in readiness to perform spec al duties, in such ways as he may be reasonably able to do, after his honorable retirement from office by resignation, he shall receive during the remainder of his life or during the continuance of such disability or incapacity, one-half of the salary which he would have received bad he remained in active service. The term "State employe,” as used in this act, shall mean all officers and employes of the executive and legislative branches of the State Government, including officers and employes of the Department of Public Instruction who at the timo of retirement are not contributors to the State Teachers' Retirement Fund and entitled to retirement in accordance therewith. The term shall also apply to all officers and employes in penitentiaries, reformatories, and other institutions operated by the Commonwealth."
Per annum. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,
$18,000 Judges of the Supreme Court, each,
17,500 President Judge of the Superior Court,
16,500 Judges of the Superior Court, each,
16,000 Common pleas judges in Philadelphia, each,
12,000 Common pleas judges in Allegheny County, each,
12,000 Common pleas judges in districts having a population of 100,000 and less than 500,000, each, ...
10,000 Common pleas judges in districts having a population of 65,000 and less than 100,000, each,
8,000 Common pleas judges in districts having a population of less than 65,000 each,
7,000 (Each of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County shall receive $3,000 additional for trying the Commonwealth's Civil cases ; and shall be also allowed $2,400 each, per annum to employ the help of stenographers, typewriters and clerks.) Orphans' court judges shall receive the same salaries as are paid to the common pleas judges of the same county. President Judge of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia,
8,500 Associate Judges of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia, each,
8.000 President Judge of the County Court of Allegheny County,
8,500 Judges of the County Court of Allegheny County, each,
8,000 State Reporter of the Supreme Court,
5,000 Assistant State Reporter,
3,000 Associate Judges receive $5.00 per day for each day employed, and mileage. The minimum salary is $600 per annum.
RETIREMENT OF JUDGES.
Whenever the Governor is of opinion, based upon satisfactory medical evidence, that a judge of the Supreme, Superior, common pleas, orphans', municipal, or county court is, by reason of physical or mental disability, permanently incapacitated for performing his regular judicial functions or duties, he shall notify said judge of his opinion, giving the reasons therefor, and if such judge shall resign within thirty days after such notice, and shall hold himself in readiness to advise with his guecessor and colleagues, and to perform such duties as may be imposed upon him an special master, referee, auditor, or examiner, in such ways as he may be reasonably able to do, he shall receive for the remainder of the term for which he was elected, if he shall so long live, the salary he would have received bad he remained in active service in such court.
Any judge of the Supreme, Superior, common pleas, orphans', municipal, or county court, who shall have served in judicial office for twenty years or more immediately prior to the date of his resignation or retirement, may resign or retire, and, if after his resignation or honorable retirement from office by expiration of term or otherwise be shall hold himself in readiness to advise with his successors and their col