"Marriage license" or "license." A license to marry issued under this part. Nothing in this part shall be deemed or taken to render any common-law marriage otherwise lawful and contracted on or before January 1, 2005, invalid. Statements of physicians and laboratories relative to examinations for syphilis shall be prepared and furnished by the department. (b) Transmitting Commonwealth moneys.--All moneys collected under this section for the Commonwealth shall be transmitted to the State Treasurer no later than the tenth day of the following month. Section 19 of the Marriage Law from which this section was derived was repealed December 19, 1990, P. L.1471, No.222, and that section remains effective under 1 Pa. (c) Confidentiality.--The records furnished to the department under this section shall not be open to public inspection except as authorized by the regulations of the Advisory Health Board.
"Marriage." A civil contract by which one man and one woman take each other for husband and wife. No common-law marriage contracted after January 1, 2005, shall be valid. Marriage license applications, consent certificates, marriage licenses and other necessary forms shall be supplied at the expense of the county and shall be uniform throughout this Commonwealth as prescribed by the department. (a) General rule.--The fee to be charged for issuing a marriage license or declaration and for returns thereof to the department shall be $3 of which $2.50 shall be retained by the county wherein the license is issued and 50¢ shall be remitted to the Commonwealth. § 1952 (relating to effect of separate amendments on code provisions enacted by same General Assembly) as a result of the 1990 amendment. (b) Forms.--The transcripts or records required to be furnished shall be made on forms prepared and furnished by the department and shall contain such information as the department may require.
(2) The occupation, birthplace, residence and age of the applicants.
(c) Identity of applicants.--Prior to issuance of the license, the person issuing the license must be satisfied as to the identity of both of the applicants. (b) Contents.--The application shall contain the following: (1) The full name of the applicants.
(3) An active or senior judge or full-time magistrate of the District Courts of the United States for the Eastern, Middle or Western District of Pennsylvania. CHAPTER 17 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS RELATING TO MARRIAGE Sec. Decree that spouse of applicant is presumed decedent.