Pennsylvania Statutes Title 71 P.S. State Government § 1011. Fees

The superintendent of Public Instruction   1 may fix and collect reasonable fees for certain services rendered to persons or agencies other than departments of the State government by the Department of Public Instruction   2 in the distribution of lantern slides and films, in furnishing certified copies, or photographic or photostat copies, in the distribution of printed matter issued by the Department of Public Instruction, in holding examinations for pre-professional certification, and for other services rendered by such department, and may alter such fees from time to time as may be desirable:  Provided, That the charge for such services shall not be in excess of the actual cost of such services:  And provided further, That all fees collected under this act shall be paid into the State Treasury as part of the general fund.

1 Reference to “Superintendent of Public Instruction” deemed to be reference to Secretary of Education, pursuant to 1969, July 23, P.L. 181, No. 74, § 3(b).
2 Reference to “Department of Public Instruction” deemed to be reference to Department of Education, pursuant to 1969, July 23, P.L. 181, No. 74, § 3(a).

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