SEVENTIETH CONGRESS . SEss. I. CHs . 861-863 . 1928 .
953 " SEc . 30. That any person who shall use the title `architect' or tit Unae uthor izzed use dof `register ed architect' o r any other word s, letter, or fig ures indicating mea nor . or i ntending to impl y that t he perso n using the same is an ar chitect or a registered architect, without having complied with the provi- sion s of thi s Act, s hall be deemed g uilty of a misdem eanor, a nd upon Punishment for . co nvicti on sh all b e puni shed bya fine not exceeding $200, or by impr isonment for not more th an one y ear, or both, pro secution there- for to be m ade in the n ame of the D istr ict of Colu mbia by the corp oration counsel ." Prior acts of board SEC . 2. That nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to not affected . affect the force and validity of any act of the Board of Examiners and Registrars of Architects performed prior to its passage. The Title given. Act of D ecembe r 13, 1924, and this Act may be cited and known as the Architec ts' Regi stration Act . Appr oved , May 29, 1928 . May 29, IM. CHAP. 862.-An Act Regulating juvenile insurance by fraternal beneficial [S.3694.1 associations in the District of Columbia .
[Public, No . 572 .1 Be it en ac ted by the Senate and House o f Representatives o f the District of Columbia . United States o f America in Congress assembled, That this Act Juvenile Fraternal shall be known as the Juvenile Fratern al Act .
Act . SEC. 2 . That any fraternal benefit society authorized to do business cieties es may F may bene fo r provid t efo in the District of Columbia may provide in its laws, in addition to insurance upon lives of other benefits provided for therein, for insurance and/or annuities children . upon t he lives of chil dren, at any age , upon t he appli cation o f some adult person, as the laws of su ch so ciety may provide. Any such Branches authorized . society may, at its option, organize and operate branches for such children, and membership in local lodges and initiation therein shall not be required of such children, nor shall they have any voice in the management of the society . SEC . 3. That contributions to be made upon such certificates shall do Basis of contribn« be based upon the Standard Industrial Mortality Table or the English Life Table Numbered 6, or the society may use a table based upon its own juvenile experience of at least ten years and covering not le ss than one hund red thou sand liv es with a rate o f intere st not greater than 4 per centum per annum, or upon a higher standard . SEC . 4. Any society issuing such benefit certificates shall maintain quireddard reserve re- on all such certificates the re serve requ ired b y the stan dard o f mortality and inter est adopte d by the s ociety for computing contributions as provided in section 3 . SEC . 5 . Any society shall have full power to provide for means of Enforcement of co n- SEC . y
tributions, designation enforcing payment of contributions, designation of beneficiaries, and of beneficiar ies, etc . cha ngin g su ch d esig nati ons, and in all othe r re spec ts for the regulation, government, and control of such certificates an d all rights, obligations, and liabilities incident thereto and connected therewith, not at variance with the provisions of this Act . SEC . 6 . All Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent with the provisions pealed . laws re- of this Act are hereby repealed . Approved, May 29, 1928 . CHAP. 863 .-An Act To provide for notice to owners of land assessed for benefits by the verdict of condemnation juries in the District of Columbia, and for other p urposes . Be it enact ed by the S enate and H ouse of Representatives o f the United States of America in Congress assembled, That where in any condemnation proceedings instituted by the Commissioners of the May 29, 1928. [S . 4124 .] [Public, No . 573 .] District of Columbia