MORTGAGES, RECORDED BY COMMONWEALTH
                   Act of Mar. 12, 1915, P.L. 4, No. 7                Cl. 68
                                  AN ACT

     Authorizing the surrender and delivery of mortgages, and
        writings obligatory secured thereby, given to the
        Commonwealth, and the satisfaction of the record thereof when
        full payment has been made.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That whenever, heretofore or
     hereafter, mortgages have been or shall be duly executed and
     delivered to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, or to any officer
     of the Commonwealth, for its use, and have been or shall be
     recorded in any county or counties of the State, the Attorney
     General, or other officer or officers of the Commonwealth having
     custody thereof, shall, upon payment in full of said mortgage or
     mortgages, or the bonds, notes, or other writings obligatory
     which said mortgages were given to secure, surrender and deliver
     the same to the mortgagor or obligor therein, or a duly
     authorized agent; and the Attorney General, upon payment of the
     proper costs and charges, together with accrued interest, shall
     acknowledge satisfaction of said mortgage upon the record
     thereof, and cause the same to be satisfied of record, either
     acting by himself or through a person duly authorized by his
     letter of attorney to act for him.