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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Under the authority of section 4 of the Provincial Parks Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council proclaims the area described in the Schedule to be a provincial park.
All that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Jonathan's Pond in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:
Beginning at a point on the southeastern side of the highway extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Gander Bay, that point being the intersection of the western boundary of Reid Lot 82 and the southern boundary of the timber licence issued to Mines and Forests (Newfoundland) Limited and registered in Volume 7, Folio 40 in the Registry of Crown Grants, that point being marked by an iron pin set in the ground;
Then running along the southern boundary of the timber licence south 60° west 758.9 metres;
Then running along the northwestern side of the highway at a distance of 304.8 metres at a right angle from the centre line thereof in a general northeasterly direction 7,513.3 metres, and then south 40° 45' east 1,929.4 metres, and then south 49° 15' west 801 metres, and then north 42° 35' west 270.4 metres, more or less, to the shore of a pond;
Then running along that shore in a general northwesterly direction to a point on the southeastern side of the highway where the brook flows out of that pond, and then running along that shore of the pond in a general southwesterly and southeasterly direction to a point being distant 304.8 metres as measured at a right angle from the centre line of the highway;
Then running along the southeastern side of that highway and at a distance of 304.8 metres at a right angle from the centre line thereof in a general southwesterly direction 5,811 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, reserving nevertheless out of the above described piece or parcel of land the highway, 30.5 metres, leading to Gander Bay extending through that land, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 445.6 hectares, more or less.
All bearings being referred to the true meridian.
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