DONATION LANDS - ACTUAL SETTLEMENT UNNECESSARY
                 Act of Apr. 11, 1848, P.L. 511, No. 357              Cl. 68
                                  AN ACT

     For the relief of John H. Morrison, collector of tolls on the
        Susquehanna division of the Pennsylvania canal; fixing the
        age at which children shall be admitted into the schools of
        the first school district; relative to the taxation of bank
        dividends, and to undrawn donation tracts.

        WHEREAS, John H. Morrison, collector of tolls on the
     Susquehanna division of the Pennsylvania canal, under the
     instructions of the state treasurer, as contained in his letter
     of March seventeenth, one thousand eight hundred and forty-
     seven, received the sum of fifteen dollars in Lewistown Bank
     paper, which paper was at par when received for tolls; but
     inasmuch as the state treasurer and auditor general doubt their
     authority to place said money to said collector's credit, the
     bank having broken before said money was forwarded to the
     treasurer; therefore,

        Section 4.  Actual settlement on donation lands dispensed
     with
        The provisions of an act of the General Assembly of this act
     for the sale of the vacant lands within this Commonwealth,"
     approved the third day of April, 1833, be and the same are
     hereby extended and declared to apply to all donation tracts of
     lands lying in any of the donation districts north and west of
     Ohio River and Conewango Creek, in the Commonwealth of
     Pennsylvania, as fully and effectually as if the said donation
     lands had been especially named in said act referred to.  1848,
     April 11, P.L. 511, Sec. 4. Commonwealth, entitled "A supplement
     to the act entitled 'an