PUBLIC ROADS, BOUNDARY LINES Act of Jun. 19, 1901, P.L. 573, No. 280 Cl. 36 AN ACT To regulate and define the boundary lines of public roads. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That in all cases where public roads in this Commonwealth have been or may hereafter be laid out by viewers, and the report of such viewers has been or may hereafter be confirmed by the court, according to law, the width thereof fixed and ordered to be opened, and the same has been or may hereafter be opened, with the roadbed or track thereof traveled by the public located within the lines of such road as originally laid out, such lines shall be and remain the boundary lines of such road, unless the location of such road has been or may be changed by due course of law. Section 2. All laws or parts of laws not consistent herewith are hereby repealed.