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									1799]       The S~’tatutesat Large of Penn~y~vania.                      271.




                       CHAPTER MMLIV.


AN ACT FOR REGULATING THE FEES IN THE OFFICE OF THE SUR-
          VEYOR-GENERAL OF THIS COMMONWEALTH.

    [Section I.] (Section I, P. L.) Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn-
sylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by
the authority of the same, That, from and after the passing of
this act, the fees receivable by the surveyor-general shall be as
follows, viz: receiving, registering and filing every warrant for
surveying of land, under the signature of the governor, and the
lesser seal of the commonwealth, and directing a copy thereof
to the deputy-surveyor, one dollar and twenty-five cents; ac-
ceptance fees (to be paid by the deputy-surveyor) olt every re-
turn, fifty cents; for every certificate of a note by a deputy-sur-
veyor to operate as a caveat, twenty-five cents; issuing a ticket
to the secretary’s office, certifying the quantity of land returned
upon each warrant, application or improvement, forty cents;
for each return of survey to file a patent in the secretary’s office,
and recording the same, three dollars; copy of a draught without
the seal of office, to accompany the patent, forty cents; copy of a
single draft or warrant without seal, except the draught, to ac-
company patent as above specified, fifty cents; copy of an old
 warrant or application, that has not been executed, directed to
the deputy-surveyor, forty cents; copy of a warrant or single
 draught, under seal of office, fifty ceflts; copy of a general
 draught, for each tract of land above one in said draught, twenty
 cents; certifying and affixing the seal of office to said. copy,
 twenty-five cents; connecting separate draughts into one general
 draught, for each separate draught therein, twenty-five cents;
 certifying and affixing the seal of office to the same, twenty-five
 cents; for every search, twenty-five cents; for every warrant
 issued by the surveyor-general under his signature, twenty-five
 cents; for affixing the seal of office to the same twenty-five cents.
              The Statvtes a~t arge of Pen~nsy~vania.
                             L                                 [1799
   [Section IL] (Section II, P. L.) And be it further enacted
by the authority aforesaid, That so much of the act, entitled,
“An act establishing an explicit fee bill,” passed the twentieth
day of April, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, as
respects the fees in the surveyor-general’s office, be, and the same
is hereby, repealed.
                                                  p.
       Passed April 8, 1799. Recorded L. B. No. 6~ 428~etc.




                        CHAPTER ~JMLV.



AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 3OURNALS OF
 THE SEN&TE AND OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THIS
 COMMONWEALTH.
   [Section L] (Section I, P. L.) Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn~
sylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by
the authority of the same, That the printers of the journals of
the senate aiid of the house of representatives shall deliver the
said journals to the secretary of this commonwealth, within
thirty daya after the close of each session of the legislature, and
the said secretary is hereby authorized and directed, after de-
livering to the clerks of the senate and of the house of represen-
tatives, a sufficient number of copies for the use of their respec-
tive houses and the members thereof, to cause to be transmitted
to the prothonotaries of the respective counties of this state, as
soon as may be after the receipt thereof, such number of [the
remaining] copies of the said journals of each branch of the
 legislature, as the counties respectively will be entitled to, in pro-
 portion to the number of representatives that each county may
 have in the legislature of this commonwealth; and the expense
 of transmitting the same shall be paid out of the ft~i~ds       appro-
 priated for the support of government.

								
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