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Session Laws, 1943
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HERBERT R. O'CONOR, GOVERNOR. 861

division; and running thence in a southerly direction along
said rear or east line to the center of Mover's Mill Race;
thence with said mill race to the center line of 39th Place,
formerly Park Avenue; thence in a southerly direction along
said center line to the center line of alley of Ralston and Ray's
re-subdivision; thence along center line of said alley to the
east side of 40th Street, formerly Ivy Street; thence
in a southerly direction on 40th Street, formerly Ivy Street,
30 feet, more or less, to center line of said alley; thence in an
easterly direction along center line of said alley to the line
of Washington Railway and Electric Company; thence 250 feet,
more or less, along line of Washington Railway and Electric
Company to intersection with Webster Street, formerly
John Street, thence in a easterly direction along cen-
ter line of Webster Street, formerly John Street, 250 feet
more or less; thence in a southerly direction 80 feet, more or
less; thence in an easterly direction across the right-of-way
of the B. & O. Railroad Co.; thence in a southwesterly direc-
tion along said line of right-of-way three-quarters of a mile,
more or less, to the intersection with the boundary of
Mt. Rainier incorporation; thence following the Mt. Rainier
boundary line across the right-of-way of the B. & O. Railroad
in a northwesterly general direction to the point where the
eastern right-of-way of Cedar Lane intersects the center line
of Upshur Street, formerly Dewey Street; thence west along
the center line of Upshur Street to the center line of 34th
Street; thence north along said center line of 34th
Street to the end thereof; thence continuing in a straight
line until intersecting the center line of the Northwest Branch,
which said continued straight line is the prolongation of the
center line of 34th Street, if extended, the place of beginning.

Sec. 3. That the Town of Brentwood shall be divided into
four wards, as follows:

FIRST WARD—That portion of the town lying between the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Washington Railway
and Electric Company, Webster Street, formerly John Street,
and the boundary line of the Town of Mt. Rainier.

SECOND WARD—That portion of the Town bounded on the
southeast by the right-of-way of the Washington Railway and
Electric Company, and on the northeast by the boundary of
the Town from the point where the alley of Ralston and
Ray's re-subdivision intersects the right-of-way of the Wash-
Ing Railway and Electric Company, to the point of intersec-
tion with the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River;
thence along center line of said stream to its intersection
with 38th Street, formerly Prospect Avenue; thence in a
southerly direction along the center line of 38th Street, form-

 

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