SUPPLEMENTING ACT, STREETS AND ALLEYS
                  Act of May 15, 1913, P.L. 212, No. 148              Cl. 53
                               A SUPPLEMENT

     To an act, entitled "An act in relation to the laying out,
        opening, widening, straightening, extending, or vacating
        streets and alleys, and the construction of bridges, in the
        several municipalities of this Commonwealth; the grading,
        paving, macadamizing, or otherwise improving, streets and
        alleys; providing for ascertaining the damages to private
        property resulting therefrom, the assessment of the damages,
        costs, and expenses thereof upon the property benefited, and
        the construction of sewers and payment of the damages, costs,
        and expenses thereof, including damages to private property
        resulting therefrom," approved the sixteenth day of May, Anno
        Domini one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one; empowering
        municipalities to locate streets and alleys, and to include
        therein streets and alleys, or parts thereof, theretofore
        opened or used for highway purposes.

        Compiler's Note:  Section 4701 of Act 317 of 1931 provided
            that Act 148 is repealed insofar as it relates to third
            class cities.
        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That every municipality shall
     have power, by ordinance, to locate streets and alleys, and to
     include therein streets and alleys, or parts thereof,
     theretofore opened or used for highway purposes; and to locate
     streets or alleys, theretofore opened or used for highway
     purposes, of a greater width, and to include therein such
     streets or alleys, or parts thereof; and to revise the lines of
     such streets or alleys in accordance therewith, and to place the
     same on the general plan of the streets and alleys of such
     municipality of such greater width. All subdivisions of property
     thereafter made shall conform thereto. No such location shall be
     construed to authorize the entry upon, taking, or appropriation
     of any property, within such located street or alley, not
     theretofore opened or used for highway purposes; nor shall the
     same interfere in any way with the rights of the owners to the
     full use and enjoyment of such property, except that, whenever
     thereafter such located street or alley shall be ordered to be
     opened, widened, extended, or straightened according to such
     location, buildings erected upon property within the lines of
     such located streets or alleys after such location was made,
     shall be removed at the expense of the owner, and without any
     liability therefor to such municipality.