JAMES MORRISON MEMORIAL BRIDGE - OFFICIAL DESIGNATION
                  Act of Oct. 4, 1978, P.L. 980, No. 197              Cl. 87
                                  AN ACT

     Designating a certain bridge in Warren County as the "James
        Morrison Memorial Bridge."

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

        Section 1.  James Morrison, who moved with his family to
     Warren County about 1800, is believed to have been the first
     permanent settler of Kinzua Township. Previously, Morrison had
     rendered active service during the Revolutionary War, having
     engaged in combat at Staten Island in 1776 and in the crucial
     victory at Trenton on the day after Christmas. In recognition of
     the foresight, courage and independence of this early
     Pennsylvania pioneer, the General Assembly hereby recognizes his
     achievements by affixing his name to a bridge in his adopted
     Warren County.
        Section 2.  The bridge on T.R. 59 (L.R.209 Station 507+13)
     approximately 9.6 miles east of Warren Borough and 0.3 mile west
     of the Warren-McKean County line, is hereby officially
     designated as the "James Morrison Memorial Bridge."
        Section 3.  The Secretary of Transportation shall erect
     suitable markers in order to carry out the provisions of this
     act.
        Section 4.  This act shall take effect immediately.