LIENS FOR PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST DUE COMMONWEALTH ON LANDS
                  Act of Apr. 11, 1872, P.L. 51, No. 43               Cl. 68
                           A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT

     To an act directing the entry of liens for the principal and
        interest due the commonwealth for lands held by virtue of
        location of other office title, approved the twentieth day of
        May, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.

        Section 1.  Surveyor general to make out special lists of
     unpatented tracts
        For carrying into full effect the provisions of the act to
     which this is supplementary, it shall be the duty of the
     surveyor general to make out and forward to the several county
     surveyors respectively, from time to time, as the board of
     property may determine, special lists of warrantee names of
     unpatented tracts, or remaining parts of unpatented tracts, of
     lands within the several counties, as the same may appear upon
     the land lien dockets, with such other data relating thereto as
     he may deem necessary.  1872, April 11, P.L. 51, Sec. 1.
        Section 2.  Duties of county surveyors
        It shall be the duty of the county surveyor of each county,
     to whom the surveyor general may send special lists of warrantee
     names of unpatented tracts or parts of tracts of land, and other
     data relating thereto, situate in the county for which such
     surveyor shall have been elected or appointed, to endeavor to
     ascertain the names and residences of the owners, agents or
     occupiers, and location of said tracts or parts of tracts, or
     any of them, and to give personal notice in writing to said
     owners, agents or occupiers, that said tracts or parts of tracts
     are unpatented, and that unless the arrearages shall have been
     paid within six months from the time of sending or serving said
     notice, the board of property may direct proceedings to be
     commenced by the attorney general to enforce payment under the
     provisions of the act to which this is a further supplement:
     Provided, That when unpatented lands as aforesaid are
     unoccupied, and the owners are non-residents of the county, and
     have no known agent or agents within the county, the said notice
     may be given by sending it by mail, addressed to the owners or
     agents, and directed to the post office nearest their place of
     residence or usual place of business: And provided further, That
     when lands as aforesaid are unseated, and have been sold for
     taxes, and the time limited for their redemption has not
     expired, it shall be the duty of the county surveyor to give
     notice, in the manner hereinbefore provided, to the purchasers
     or their agents, and also to the parties, or their agents, who
     last paid the taxes thereon previous to the sale.  1872, April
     11, P.L. 51, Sec. 2.
        Section 3.  County surveyor to make written report in
     duplicate
        It shall be the duty of the county surveyor to whom such
     special list shall have been sent as aforesaid, to make a
     written report in duplicate, within three months, to the
     surveyor general, filing a copy of the same in the
     prothonotary's office of each county, setting forth the names of
     warrantees, dates of warrants, location of tracts, and the names
     and residence of the owners, agents or occupiers of the
     unpatented tracts or parts of tracts, upon whom he has served
     the notices as aforesaid, together with the manner of service;
     and for serving such notices on all the owners, agents or
     occupiers of an original unpatented tract, or remaining part of
     an original unpatented tract, he shall be entitled to a fee of
     five dollars, to be paid out of the State Treasury, on warrants
     drawn by the Auditor General, upon the certificate of the
     surveyor general. 1872, April 11, P.L. 51, Sec. 3.
        Section 4.  County surveyor to make return of survey of
     unpatented tract
        It shall be the duty of the county surveyor, upon the
     reasonable request of any owner, or his agent, of part of an
     original tract which has not been patented, to make and return a
     return of survey of such part to the surveyor general, and for
     which service his fees shall be the same as for executing a
     warrant of survey, as now provided by law for the same quantity
     of acres.  1872, April 11, P.L. 51, Sec. 4.
        Section 5.  How suits shall be entered by Attorney General
        When any suits shall be entered by the Attorney General under
     the act to which this is a further supplement, it shall be by
     scire facias sur liens, which shall be directed for service to
     the sheriff of the county in which the land is situate; and if
     he finds it necessary to insure a service of said writ, he may
     call to his aid the county surveyor, who shall act as his
     deputy, for the purpose of serving such writ; and all such writs
     shall be made returnable to the court of common pleas of the
     county wherein such lands are situate, where all such suits
     shall be tried.  1872, April 11, P.L. 51, Sec. 5.