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Trover and Conversion.
HARRISBURG, PA., MAY 4, 1872.
Pennsylvania Statutes. aforesaid are unoccupied, and the owners
are non-residents of the county, and have
General Assembly of Pennsylvania.
ACTS PASSED AT SESSION OF 1872.
AN ACT amending the proviso in section five of an act to prevent frauds upon travelers, approved the 6th day of May,
A. D. 1863.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted, etc., That the proviso in section five of an act to prevent frauds upon travelers, approved the 6th day of May, A. D. 1863, be and the same is hereby amended, so that the same shall
read as follows: Provided, That this act shall not prohibit any person who has purchased a ticket from any agent authorized by this act with the bona fide intention of traveling upon the same the whole distance between the points named in the said ticket, from selling the unused part of the same to the company that sold the same; and it shall be the duty of the company to pay for such unused portion of ticket the difference between the actual fare to point used, and the amount paid for such ticket.
Approved 10th April, 1872.
A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT to an act directing the entry of liens for the principal and interest due the Commonwealth for lands held by virtue of location or other office title, approved the 20th day of May,
A. D. 1864.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted, etc., That for carrying into full effect the provisions of the act to which this is supplementary, it shal] be the duty of the Surveyor General to make out and forward to the several county surveyors respectively, from time to time, as the board of property may determine, special lists of warrantee names of unpatented tracts or remaining parts of unpatented tracts of land within the several counties, as the same may appear upon the land lien dockets, with such other data relating thereto as he may deem necessary.
SEC. 2. That it shall be the duty of the county surveyor of each county, to whom the Surveyor General may send special lists of warrantee names of unpatented tracts or parts of tracts of land, and other data relating thereto, situated in the county for which such surveyor sha'l have been elected or appointed, to endeavor to ascertain the names and residences of the owners, agents or occupiers, and location of said tracts or parts of tracts, or any of them, and to give` personal notice in writing to said owners, agents or occupiers, that said tracts or parts of tracts are unpatented, and that unless the arrearages shall have been paid within six months from the time of sending or serving said notice, the board of property may direct proceedings to be commenced by the Attorney General to enforce payment under the provisions of the act to which this is a further supplement: Provided, That when unpatented lands as
Tuesday of October next, there shall be elected by the qualified electors of this Commonwealth, delegates to a convention to revise and amend the Constitution of this State; the said convention shall consist of one hundred and thirty-three memeers, to be elected in the manner following: Twenty-eight members thereof shall be elected in the State at large, as follows: Each voter of the State shall vote for not more than fourteen candidates, and the twenty-eight highest in vote shall be declared elected; ninety-nine delegates shall be apportioned to and elected from the different senatorial districts of the State, three delegates to be elected for each senator therefrom; and in choosing all district delegates, each voter shall be entitled to vote for not more than two of the members to be chosen from bis district, and the three candidates highest in vote shall be declared elected, except in the county of Allegheny, forming the Twenty-third senatorial district, where no voter shaall vote for more than six candidates, and the nine highest in vote shall be elected, and in the counties of Luzerne, Monroe and Pike, forming the Thirteenth senatorial district, where no voter shall vote for more than four candidates, and the six highest in vote shall be elected; and six additional delegates shall be chosen from the city of Philadelphia, by a vote at large in said city, and in their election no voter shall vote for more than three candidates, and the six highest in vote shall be declared elected.
SEC. 3. That it shall be the duty of the county surveyor to whom such special list shall have been sent as aforesaid, to make a written report in duplicate, within three months, to the Surveyor General, filing a copy of the same in the prothonotary's office of each county, setting forth the names of warrantees, dates of warrants, location of tracts, and the names and residence of the owners, agents or occupiers of the unpatented tracts or parts of tracts, upon whom he has served the notices as aforesaid, together with the manner of service; and for serving such notices on all the owners, agents or occupiers of an original unpatented tract, or remaining part of an original unpatented tract, he shall be entitled to a fee of five dollars, to be paid out of the State Treasury, on warrants drawn by the Auditor General, upon the certifi cate of the Surveyor General.
SEC. 4. That it shall be the duty of the county surveyor, upon the reasonable request of any owner, or his agent, of part of an original tract which has not been patented, to make and return a return of survey of such part to the Surveyor General, and for which service his fees shall be the same as for executing a warrant of survey, as now provided by law for the same quantity of acres.
SEC. 5. That when any suits shall be en-
of the county in which the land is situate;
and all such writs shall be made returnable
Approved 11th April, 1872.
AN ACT for calling a convention to amend
SEC. 2. The following regulations shall apply to the aforesaid election to be held on the second Tuesday of October next, and to returns of the same:
First. The said election shall be held and conducted by the proper election officers of the several election districts of the Commonwealth, and shall be governed and regulated in all respects by the general election laws of the Commonwealth, so far as the same shall be applicable thereto, and not inconsistent with the provisions of this act.
Second. The tickets to be voted for members at large of the convention shall have on the outside the words, "delegates at large," and on the inside the names of the candidates to be voted for, not exceeding
fourteen in number.
Third. The tickets to voted for district members of the convention shall have on the outside the words, "district delegates,"
and on the inside the name or names of the candidates voted for, not exceeding the proper number limited as aforesaid; but any ticket which shall contain a greater number of names than the number for which the voter shall be entitled to vote, shall be rejected; and in the case of the delegates to be chosen at large in Philadel| phia, the words, "city delegates," shall be