L. 1937 c. 18255 (Florida)

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CHAPTER 18255--(No. 549).

HOUSE BILL NO. 1266

AN ACT to Declare, Designate and Establish a Certain State Road in Duval County, Florida.

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

Section 1. That the following described road be and the same is hereby declared designated and established as a State Road of the system of State Roads of this State with all the rights and considerations of other State Roads, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of State Road Number 78, which is also known as Atlantic Boulevard, and the abandoned Florida East Coast Railroad Right of Way, Mayport Branch in Duval County, Florida; thence running Easterly along the abandoned Florida East Coast Railroad Right of Way, Mayport Branch, to Spring Glen; thence continuing Easterly along the abandoned Florida East Coast Railroad Right of Way, Mayport Branch, crossing State Road Number 78; thence continuing Easterly through Jacksonville Beach, in Duval County, into the Ocean Beach of the Atlantic Ocean.

Section 2. That the State Road Department of the State of Florida is hereby authorized to assign an appropriate number to such road.

Section 3. This Act shall become a law upon its approval by the Governor, or upon its becoming a law without such approval.

Approved by the Governor May 31, 1937.

Filed in Office Secretary of State June 1, 1937.