RIGHTS OF WAY - WOODLANDS Act of Apr. 25, 1850, P.L. 569, No. 347 Cl. 68 AN ACT Relating to the bail of executrixes; to partition in the orphans' court and common pleas; to colored convicts in Philadelphia; to the limitation of actions against corporations; to actions enforcing the payment of ground rent; to trustees of married women; to appeals from awards of arbitrators by corporations; to hawkers and pedlers in the counties of Butler and Union; to the payment of costs in actions by informers in certain cases; to taxing lands situate in different townships; and in relation to fees of county treasurers of Lycoming, Clinton and Schuylkill; to provide for recording the accounts of executors, administrators, guardians and auditors' reports; and to amend and alter existing laws relative to the administration of justice in this commonwealth. Section 21. No right of way shall be hereafter acquired by user, where such way passes through uninclosed woodland; but on clearing such woodland, the owner or owners thereof shall be at liberty to enclose the same, as if no such way had been used through the same before such clearing or enclosure. (21 reenacted and amended July 1, 1981, P.L.198, No.61) Compiler's Note: Section 2 of Act 61 of 1981, which reenacted and amended section 21, provided that Act 61 shall take effect immediately and shall be retroactive to December 10, 1974, and shall be construed to continue the law on this subject which was in effect immediately prior to that date.