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  46.010.  Boundaries by watercourses. — Whenever a county is bounded by a watercourse, it shall be construed to be the middle of the main channel thereof; and range, township and sectional lines shall be construed as conforming to the established surveys.


(RSMo 1939 § 13664)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 12005; 1919 § 9407; 1909 § 3624

(1955) Where island, formed on Kansas side of Missouri River, as a result of a channel change during the flood of 1944, became attached to Holt County, Missouri, it became a part of Holt County under Laws 1949, p. 311, and corresponding Kansas and federal acts. Hall v. Hudgins (Mo.), 277 S.W.2d 637.

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