Upon the representation of ten or more inhabitants of a county to the county commissioners
that the exact location of a common landing place in such county cannot be readily
ascertained, they shall, after giving the notice required in laying out highways,
ascertain the correct location of such landing place, erect the necessary bounds thereof
and make a record thereof as in laying out highways.
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