HIGHWAYS, STATE AID FOR
                 Act of Apr. 10, 1929, P.L. 474, No. 191              Cl. 72
                                  AN ACT

     Providing for the consolidation of any unexpended State-aid
        construction appropriation, heretofore or hereafter made to
        the Department of Highways for the purpose of carrying out
        the provisions of the act of May thirty-first, one thousand
        nine hundred and eleven (Pamphlet Laws, four hundred sixty-
        eight), and its supplements and amendments.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That all unexpended balances
     of any appropriation, heretofore or which shall hereafter be
     made to the Department of Highways for the construction of
     State-aid highways, in accordance with the provisions of the act
     of May thirty-first, one thousand nine hundred and eleven
     (Pamphlet Laws, four hundred sixty-eight), and its supplements
     and amendments, shall be consolidated with and become a part of
     any current appropriation for a similar purpose.
        Section 2.  The Secretary of Highways shall, on the thirty-
     first day of May, of each odd-numbered year, notify the Auditor
     General and the State Treasurer, in writing, of the amount of
     the unexpended balances to be carried forward as provided by
     this act. If the amount stated by the Secretary of Highways
     shall agree with the amount to the credit of the Department of
     Highways upon the records of the Auditor General and State
     Treasurer, the Auditor General and State Treasurer shall
     forthwith carry forward such amount upon their books of account.
     If the amount stated by the Secretary of Highways shall not
     agree with the amount as shown by the records of the Auditor
     General and the State Treasurer, it shall be the duty of the
     Secretary of Highways, the Auditor General and the State
     Treasurer to confer and agree upon the proper amount to be
     carried forward on the books of the Auditor General and the
     State Treasurer, and, after an agreement as to amount has been
     reached, the Auditor General and the State Treasurer shall
     forthwith carry forward on their books the amount agreed upon.