If any inspector of an insurance company, herein provided for, shall aid in procuring
an insurance of any stationary steam engine or boiler which does not comply with the
conditions, or stand the test provided for in the ordinance of all cities of the first
class, relative to boiler inspection, or which is not provided with the attachments
and indicators required by said ordinance, or by such ordinance or ordinances as may
hereafter be enacted, or shall knowingly permit an insurance to continue upon any
stationary steam engine or boiler in said city, not furnished as aforesaid, he shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction in the court of quarter sessions
for the said county, shall, for each offense, be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding
five thousand dollars, and to undergo imprisonment in the jail of said county, either
with or without labor, as the court may direct, for a term not exceeding two years:
Provided, That nothing in this act shall be construed as relieving any boiler insurance
and inspection company from the payment of any fees due to the city treasurer for
the boilers insured prior to the passage of this act; should insurance be effected
on any boiler or boilers, the owner or user of which possesses a certificate of the
city inspector to the amount of fee paid to the city treasurer by such insurance company
shall bear such portion to the stipulated fee as the unexpired portion of the certificates
bears to one year.
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