[HISTORY: Adopted and amended as indicated in text]
[P.L.L., 1930, Art. 6, sec. 23; 1929, ch. 26, sec. 1]
The boundary line between Caroline and Dorchester Counties from the west end of the Linchester Bridge to a point about one mile west of the western limits of the Town of Federalsburg shall be changed and established as follows: Beginning in the center of the state highway at the west end of the Linchester Bridge and running with the center of the improved state highway to a point in the center of the intersection of said improved state highway and the concrete and macadam state highway leading towards Federalsburg, said intersection being about half way between Linchester and Elwood, thence with the center of said concrete and macadam state highway in an easterly direction towards the Town of Federalsburg to a point in the center of the aforesaid state road opposite the end post in the line fence between the farms of Rufus Noble and Herman Noble, said post being about eight feet west of a persimmon tree on the south bank of the ditch at this point, and said fence coinciding with the present line between Caroline and Dorchester counties at this point, which can be further described as being about one mile west of the western town limits of Federalsburg, and thence following the present line.
[P.L.L., 1930, Art. 6, sec. 24; 1929, ch. 26, sec. 2]
All laws or parts of laws and all agreements or surveys inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency.