LOCAL TAX COLLECTIONS - ENFORCEMENT - SUIT AFTER WARRANT EXPIRED
                 Act of Apr. 11, 1848, P.L. 517, No. 364              Cl. 53
                                  AN ACT

     To provide for the ordinary expenses of government, the repairs
        of the canals and railroads belonging to the state, and the
        payment of other claims upon the commonwealth.

        Section 3.  May sue after expiration of their warrants
        The provisions of the fiftieth section of an act of the
     General Assembly of this Commonwealth, entitled "An act relating
     to county rates and levies, and township rates and levies,"
     passed April fifteenth, 1834, shall not be so construed as to
     prohibit a collector of taxes from instituting suit or suits for
     the recovery of taxes due and unpaid, at any time after the
     expiration of his warrant; but in all cases where taxes are due
     and unpaid to any collector, after the expiration of his
     warrant, when such collector has not been legally exonerated
     therefrom, every such collector, or person, his executors,
     administrators, or any of them, is hereby declared to have full
     right and power to sue for and recover the same, with interest
     thereon, after the expiration of his warrant as aforesaid, from
     all and every person and persons, bodies politic and corporate,
     owing the same, as other debts of like amount are now by law
     recoverable.  1848, April 11, P.L. 517, Sec. 3.