ROADS AND BRIDGES IN YORK COUNTY, RELATING TO
                  Act of May 25, 1907, P.L. 233, No. 185              Cl. 36
                                  AN ACT

     To extend the provisions of the thirteenth section of an act,
        relating to roads and bridges in the county of York, approved
        the seventeenth day of February, Anno Domini one thousand
        eight hundred sixty, to the other counties of this
        Commonwealth.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That the provisions of the
     thirteenth section of an act, entitled "An act relating to roads
     and bridges in the county of York," approved the seventeenth day
     of February, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred sixty, which
     section reads as follows:--
        "Section 13.  That in all cases where the action of the court
     or grand jury shall be adverse to the grant of a new road or
     bridge, no new petition to view the same site, or one
     substantially the same, shall be granted by the court until
     after the expiration of two years from the final decree of the
     court on the former application; nor shall any report
     recommending the erection of a new bridge be presented to a
     subsequent grand jury, after two grand juries have refused to
     approve the same," be and the same are hereby extended to the
     other counties of this Commonwealth.
        Section 2.  That all acts inconsistent with the foregoing are
     hereby repealed: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall
     be so construed as to affect any proceedings commenced, or now
     pending, relative to the laying out or vacating any road within
     said Commonwealth.