State prisons, hospitals, soldiers' homes and orphan schools controlled by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania; embracing their history, finances and the laws by which they are governed

 
9781130167955: State prisons, hospitals, soldiers' homes and orphan schools controlled by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania; embracing their history, finances and the laws by which they are governed
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: ...departments. The work being necessarily one of great labor and involving much time, we respectfully suggest that the committee be allowed To sit after the adjournment of the present and report to the next session of the Legislature. On behalf of the board of trustees of the Pennsylvania State College, and by the authority thereof. JAMES A. BEAVEK, Governor. Therefore, Resolved, By the Senate of the Commonwealth of Peun sylvania (the House of Representatives concurring), that a committee of thirteen, consisting of five members of the Senate and eight memhers of the House to be appointed by the presidium officers of the respective bodies, to investigate the affairs of the Pennsylvania State College, as prayed for in the memorial of the board of trustees above set forth. Extract from the Journal of the Senate. THOMAS B. COCHRAN, Chief Clerk of the Senate. The foregoing resolution concurred in. HENRY HUHN, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives. Approved--The 28th day of April, A. D. 1881. In the Senate, February 9, 1883. Resolved tif the House concur), That three thousand copies of the report of the committee appointed to investigate the affairs of the Pennsylvania State College be printed, together with the evidence taken by them, and appendix containing the acts of Congress and the Legislature relating to the said college, two thousand copies for the use of the House and one thousand for the use of the Senate. Extract from the Journal of the Senate. THOMAS B. COCHRAN, Chief Clerk of the Senate. In the House, April 12, 1883. The foregoing resolution concurred in. P. GRAY MEEK, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives. Approved--The 17th day of April, 1883. General Appropriation Bill. Section 31. For the payment of expenses.of the joint committee of th...

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