Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/928

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1937 the intersection of the Grand Hollow Road with State Highway 100; thence with State Highway 100 to the crossing of Mad River in Warren Village; thence up Mad River to its intersection with the Warren-Granville Town Line, which is also the Wash- ington-Addison County Line and the north boundary of the Granville Gulf State Forest; thence with the north, west and south boundaries of said State Forest to the intersection with State Highway 100; thence with State Highway 100 to the intersection with Alder Meadow Brook in Granville Village; thence down Alder Meadow Brook to its junction with White River; thence with White River and State Highway 100, whichever is the most westerly, to the intersection of White River with State Highway 115; thence with State Highway 115 to the intersection with Calkin's Road; thence with Calkin's Road to the intersection with White River; thence with White River to the intersection with State Highway 100; thence with State Highway 100 to the intersection in Pittsfield Village with the Upper Michigan Road; thence with the Upper Michigan Road to the intersection with a short cross road; thence with said cross road to the intersection with the Lower Michigan Road; thence with the Lower Michigan Road to the intersection with State Highway 100; thence with State Highway 100 to the intersection with U. S . Highway 4; thence with U. S. Highway 4 to place of BEGINNING. SOUTHERN DIVISION Beginning at the point where U. S . Highway 7 crosses the Ver- mont-Massachusetts State Line; thence with U. S . Highway 7 to the intersection with the Old County Road in Pownal- thence with the Old County Road to the intersection with U. S. High- way 7 in Pownal Center; thence with U. S. Highway 7 to the intersection with the Barber Pond Road in PownalCenter; thence with the Barber Pond Road to the intersection with the Stamford and East Roads; thence with the East Road, which is the most easterly through road along the base of the mountain, to the intersection with the Gore Road at the Blair Farm; thence with the Gore Road to the intersection with the Burgess Fair Ground Road; thence with the Burgess Fair Ground Road to the inter- section with the Barney Road; thence with the Barney Road to the intersection with State Route 9; thence with State Route 9 to Furnace Bridge over Walloomsac Brook; thence with the Walloomsac Brook to the intersection with Branch Street in the Village of Bennington; thence with Branch Street extended in the Brooklyn Section of Bennington, and with East Road beyond the village limits of Bennington to the intersection near the Wait Farm, with a more westerly road also known as East Road; thence with the East Road to the intersection with the Straight Road; thence with the Straight Road to the intersection with East Road at Snow School thence with the East Road to the intersection with the East Arlington Road; thence with the East Arlington Road to the intersection with Church Street in East Arlington; thence with Church Street to the intersection with Kelly Stand Road; thence with Kelly Stand Road to the intersection with North Road near Roaring Branch Bridge at East Kansas; thence with North Road to the intersection with River Street and the Old Stage Road in Sunderland; thence with the Old Stage Road to the intersection with the Sunderland-Richfield Road in Sun- derland; thence with the Sunderland-Richfield Road to intersec- tion with the Rutland Railway; thence with the Rutland Railway to the intersection with the Richfield Road; thence with the Southern Division. 1815