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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996


CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 447/96

CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 447/96

Town of Salvage Order
under the
Municipalities Act
(O.C. 96-170)

Under the authority of section 3 of the Municipalities Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council makes the following Order.

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Short title

        2.   Boundaries

        3.   Repeal

Schedule


Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Town of Salvage Order.

Boundaries

        2. The boundaries of the Town of Salvage are as set out in the Schedule.

Repeal

        3. Newfoundland Regulation 812/78 is repealed.


Schedule

Beginning at the most easterly point of the shoreline of Southern Head at the north entrance to Broomclose and then running in generally southwesterly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shorelines of Broomclose to the most easterly point of Broomclose;

Then running along the sinuosities of the shorelines of Little Barrow Harbour to Tilleys Point;

Then running in a generally southwesterly direction along the western shoreline of Barrow Harbour to a point at the west entrance to Scott's Tickle;

Then running north 71° west a distance of 3,300 metres, more or less;

Then south 65° west a distance of 925 metres, more or less, to the most easterly point in the municipality of Eastport;

Then north 10° west a distance of 500 metres, more or less, to a point locally known as Crow Gulch on the southern shoreline of Eastport Bay;

Then running in a generally northeasterly direction along the shoreline to North Point at the west entrance to Bishop's Harbour;

Then running along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Bishop's Harbour to Net Point;

Then running in a generally easterly direction along the shoreline to the point of beginning.

All bearings being referred to the true meridian.

812/78