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Twenty-ninth District-The county of Schuylkill.
Thirtieth District—The counties of Blair and Huntingdon.
Thirty-first District—The counties of ('umberland, Juniata, Miffin, and Perry.
Thirty-second District-The county of Fayette.
Thirty-third District-The counties of Adams and Franklin.
Thirty-fourth District-The counties of Centre and Clearfield.
Thirty-fifth District-The county of Cambria.
Thirty-sixth District—The counties of Bedford, Fulton, and Somerset.
Thirty-seventh District-The counties of Indiana and Jefferson.

Thirty-eighth District-The first, second, sixth, ninth, sixteenth, seventeenth. eighteenth, and nineteenth wards of the city of Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny.

Thirty-ninth District-The county of Westmoreland.

Fortieth District-All the boroughs and townships in that portion of Allegheny county lying north of the Ohio, and Allegheny rivers : and the boroughs of East Pittsburgh, East McKeesport, Pitcairn, Turtle Creek, Wall, and Wilmerding; and the townships of Braddock, Patton, Plum and Wilkins, in the county of Allegheny.

Forty-first District-The counties of Armstrong and Butler.

Forty-second District-The twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twentyfourth, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, and twenty-seventh wards of the city of Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny.

Forty-third District-The third, fourth, fifth, seventh, eighth, tenth, and fifteenth wards of the city of Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny.

Forty-fourth District-The eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth wards of the city of Pittsburgh, the city of McKeesport, and all the boroughs and townsh ps in that portion of Allegheny county lying between the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, not included in the fortieth district.

Forty-fifth District-All the boroughs and townshins in that portion of Allegbeny county lying south of the Ohio and Monongahela rivers, and the twentieth ward of the city of Pittsburgh, in said county.

Forty-sixth District—The counties of Greene and Washington.
Forty-seventh District-The counties of Beaver and Lawrence.
Forty-eighth District-The counties of Venango and Warren.
Forty-ninth District--The county of Erie.
Fiftieth District-The counties of Crawford and Mercer.

Section 2. The districts, as above enumerated, shall be based on the decennial census of the United States for the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty. and shall take the lines and boundaries, and include all the territory within the same, as said lines and districts respectively existed at the completion of said census.

Section 3. The nomination and election of State Senator, which the qualified electors of any county or of any part of a county are entitled to elect of themselves unconnected with any other county or district, shall be made, held, and conducted, and the return of votes cast at primary and general elections for the nomination and election of such members shall be made, computed, canvassed, and certified, as now or hereafter may be provided by law.

Section 4. In all senatorial districts composed of two or more counties, the county commissioners of each of such counties, in the case of primary elections, and court of common pleas, in the case of general clections. shall appoint one of the judges of elections of such county comprised within such district to take charge of the returns of all votes cast at any primary or general election in said county for any candidate or candidates for the nomination of State Senator from said district.

Section 5. Such return judges shall meet at such places in their respective districts as herein designated.

The return judges of the fourteenth district shall meet at the court house in the borough of Stroudsburg, in the county of Monroe.

The return judges of seventeenth district shall meet at the court house in the city of Lebanon, in the county of Lebanon.

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 city of Williamsport, in the county of Lycoming.

The return judges in the twenty-fifth district shall meet at the court house in the borough of Coudersport, in the county of Potter.

The return judges of the twenty-sixth district shall meet at the court house in the city of Lock Haven, in the county of Clinton.

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

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

The return judges of the thirty-first district shall meet at the court house in the borough of New Bloomfield, in the county of Perry.

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 Clearfield, in the county of Clearfield.

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 forty-first district shall meet at the court house in the borough of Kittanning, in the county of Armstrong.

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

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

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

The return judges of the fiftieth district shall meet at the court house in the city of Meadville, in the county of Crawford.

Section 6. Such return judges shall meet and cast up the several returns of the counties composing the district on the Tuesday next following the day on which the official computation of the county returns in all of such counties shall have been completed.

Section 7. The return judges shall execute, under their hands and seals, a general and true return of the whole district, which, in case such return is of the general election, shall be deposited with the prothonotary of the county wherein the return is executed, or, in case the return is of a primary election, with the county commissioners of such county.. Immediately upon the receipt of such return, the prothonotary or county commissioners, as the case may be, shall make copies of such return, and shall transmit one copy thereof, properly certified, to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and one copy, also certified, to the person or persons receiving the highest number of votes cast at the preceding general or primary election for the cffice for which the election was held or the nominations were made in the district.

Section 8. Every return judge shall receive, out of the treasury of his proper county, the sum of ten dollars for each day actually employed in computing such vote, and, in addition thereto, shall receive ten cents for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and from the place of meeting.

Section 9. At the general election in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-two, and quadrennially thereafter, Senators shall be chosen to serve for four years in the even-numbered districts. At the general election in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-four, and quadrennially thereafter, Senators shall be chosen to serve for four years in the odd-numbered districts.

The scnators now in office shall continue in such office, and shall respectively represent the districts as herein apportioned in which they reside until the expiration of the terms for which they were elected.

Section 10. * * *All other acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are bereby repealed.

* APPORTIONMENT OF THE STATE INTO REPRESEN

TATIVE DISTRICTS.

(Act of May 10, 1921, P. L. 455.) Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That, 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 eight members, and shall be apportioned as follows, namely:

The city of Philadelphia shall elect forty-one members, and the said city shall be divided into twenty-six districts, as follows:

The first and thirty-ninth wards shall constitute the first district, and elect two members.

The second ward shall constitute the second district, and elect one member.

The third, fourth, and fifth wards shall constitute the third district, and elect two members.

The sixth, eighth, and ninth wards shall constitute the fourth district, and elect one member.

The twenty-sixth, thirty-sixth, and forty-eighth wards shall constitute the fifth district, and elect three members.

The seventh ward shall constitute the sixth district, and elect one member.
The thirtieth ward shall constitute the seventh district, and elect one member.

The tenth, thirteenth and fourteenth wards shall constitute the eighth district, and elect two members.

The eleventh and twelfth wards shall constitute the ninth district, and elect one member.

The fifteenth ward shall constitute the tenth district, and elect two members.

The seventeenth and eighteenth wards shall constitute the eleventh district, and elect one member.

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