CONVEYANCE - TRACT OF LAND IN BED OF DELAWARE RIVER
                  Act of Jul. 1, 1978, P.L. 716, No. 126              Cl. 85
                                  AN ACT

     Authorizing the Department of General Services with the
        concurrence of the Department of Environmental Resources, in
        the name of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to sell and
        convey to ARCO Pipe Line Company a tract of land within the
        bed of the Delaware River in the Township of Tinicum,
        Delaware County, Pennsylvania, lying between the Mean Low
        Water Line and the Pierhead Line of the Delaware River
        adjacent to and having a common boundary with lands presently
        owned by the same company to the north containing 7.117
        acres, more or less.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

        Section 1.  The Department of General Services with the
     concurrence of the Department of Environmental Resources, acting
     on behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for a
     consideration which shall be the actual market value of the
     tract of property hereinafter described as determined by an
     independent appraisal service paid for by the grantee and chosen
     by the Secretary of General Services is hereby authorized to
     convey in fee to ARCO Pipe Line Company, a corporation with
     offices in the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, its
     successors and assigns, a tract of land within the bed of the
     Delaware River in the Township of Tinicum, Delaware County,
     Pennsylvania, lying between the Mean Low Water Line and the
     Pierhead Line as approved by the War Department on September 10,
     1940, adjacent to and having a common boundary with lands
     presently owned by the company to the north containing 7.117
     acres, more or less described as follows:

                        Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania

        All that certain tract or parcel of ground situate in the
     Township of Tinicum, County of Delaware and Commonwealth of
     Pennsylvania, as shown on a plan entitled "Property Plan of
     Riparian Grant" File Number Af 1303 Drawing Number 1 of 1
     prepared by Hudson Engineers, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     dated April 23, 1976, being particularly described as follows:
        Beginning at a point in the Mean Low Water Line of the
     Delaware River as of May 26, 1938 and the Henson Line (being the
     westerly line of the land formerly owned by Edward F. Henson and
     John E. DuBois and conveyed by John E. DuBois, Jr., et al to the
     Atlantic Refining Company by deed dated January 5, 1939,
     recorded in the office for recording of deeds of Delaware County
     in Deed Book No.1084, Page 252, and conveyed in part by the
     Atlantic Refining Company to the Atlantic Pipe Line Company by
     deed dated June 30, 1959, recorded in the said office for
     recording of deeds of Delaware County in Deed Book No.2005, Page
     9,) said beginning point being 2,379.67 feet measured along the
     said Henson Line south 13 degrees 13 minutes 14 seconds east
     from its intersection with the county line between Delaware
     County and Philadelphia County; extending thence:
        (1)  Along the said Mean Low Water Line the following four
     courses and distances:
        (a)  North 52 degrees 31 minutes 46 seconds east, 267.58 feet
     to a point;
        (b)  From the last named point north 44 degrees 54 minutes 46
     seconds east, 506.88 feet to a point;
        (c)  From the last named point north 47 degrees 06 minutes 46
     seconds east, 363.70 feet to a point;
        (d)  From the last named point north 43 degrees 04 minutes 46
     seconds east, 190.62 feet to a point in the western line of
     lands of Fort Mifflin Reservation of the United States
     Government;
        (2)  From the last named point along the western boundary of
     lands of Fort Mifflin Reservation south 2 degrees 54 minutes 26
     seconds west, 386.56 feet to a point being the intersection of
     the western boundary of the lands of Fort Mifflin Reservation
     and the approved Pierhead Line of the Delaware River of
     September 10, 1940, and extending thence:
        (3)  From the last named point along said Pierhead Line the
     following three courses and distances:
        (a)  South 54 degrees 37 minutes 21.8 seconds west, 1,124.74
     feet (calculated) Corps of Engineers, approved September 10,
     1940; to a point;
        (b)  From the last named point south 54 degrees 39 minutes
     29.7 seconds west, 50.444 feet to a point;
        (c)  From the last named point south 61 degrees 05 minutes
     52.3 seconds west, 1,300.00 feet to a point;
        (4)  From the last named point north 28 degrees 35 minutes 04
     seconds west, 114.99 feet to a point on the said Mean Low Water
     Line said point being the intersection of the western boundary
     of lands of ARCO Pipe Line Company, formerly Atlantic Pipe Line
     Company and the Mean Low Water Line thence:
        (5)  From the last named point along said Mean Low Water Line
     the following four courses and distances:
        (a)  North 66 degrees 49 minutes 11 seconds east, 247.84 feet
     to a point;
        (b)  From the last named point north 70 degrees 44 minutes 41
     seconds east, 416.014 feet to a point:
        (c)  From the last named point north 56 degrees 46 minutes 31
     seconds east, 641.797 feet to a point;
        (d)  From the last named point north 43 degrees 39 minutes 11
     seconds east, 81.10 feet to a point on the aforementioned Henson
     Line thence:
        (6)  From the last named point along the said Henson Line and
     the said Mean Low Water Line which are colinear throughout the
     following course and distance: north 13 degrees 13 minutes 14
     seconds west, 41.27 feet to the point of beginning. Containing
     7.117 acres (more or less).

        Compiler's Note:  The Department of Environmental Resources,
            referred to in this section, was abolished by Act 18 of
            1995. Its functions were transferred to the Department of
            Conservation and Natural Resources and the Department of
            Environmental Protection.
        Section 2.  The deed of conveyance hereby contemplated shall
     be executed by the Department of General Services in the name of
     the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania after approval by the
     Department of Justice with the concurrence of the Department of
     Environmental Resources.

        Compiler's Note:  The Department of Environmental Resources,
            referred to in this section, was abolished by Act 18 of
            1995. Its functions were transferred to the Department of
            Conservation and Natural Resources and the Department of
            Environmental Protection.
        Section 3.  This act shall take effect immediately.