NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY
HOUSE BILL 520
AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 282, PRIVATE LAWS OF 1911, TO RE‑DEFINE THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF LAKE WACCAMAW IN COLUMBUS COUNTY.
The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
Section 1. Section 2 of Chapter 282, Private Laws of 1911, as amended by Chapter 758, Session Laws of 1957, is rewritten to read as follows:
"Sec. 2. That the corporate limits of said town shall be as follows:
"Beginning at the center of a bridge on the Hallsboro Road, where said road crosses a small stream, about one‑fourth mile East of the Viola Smith place, and running East, parallel with the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, to a point North of a small trestle on said railway about one‑fourth mile East of Wananish, Main Street, crossing; thence South from this point to the northern shore of Waccamaw Lake; thence West to a point South of the beginning; thence North to the point of beginning; and beginning at a point on the northern edge of the Lake Waccamaw Canal where the northern edge of said canal intersects the western boundary of the present town limits of the Town of Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina, and runs thence with the northern edge of said canal, its various courses and distances; westwardly, southwestwardly and southwardly to the point where said edge intersects the northern edge of the Hallsboro‑Dupree public road; thence with the northern edge of said public road, South 46 degrees East to the edge of Lake Waccamaw, this being the southwestern corner of Lot No. 262 as shown on a map of the J. L. Sides subdivision showing Lake Cove and being recorded in Book of Maps No. 4, at page 69; thence with the edge of Lake Waccamaw, its various courses and distances northwardly, northeastwardly and eastwardly, to the point in the edge of said lake, that intersects or joins the western margin of the town limits of Lake Waccamaw; thence with the western limits of said town northwardly to a point on the northern edge of the Lake Canal, this being the point of the beginning, and being all that strip of land adjoining the edge of Lake Waccamaw and known as the J. L. Sides subdivision, not heretofore annexed to said town, as shown or designated on map or maps as recorded in Map Book No. 3, page 120, Map Book No. 4, page 59, and Map Book No. 4, page 69, as recorded in the Register of Deeds Office of Columbus County, North Carolina, and also including that lot or parcel of land included in the above description known as the Boyette property."
Sec. 2. All laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this Act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This Act shall be in full force and effect from and after its ratification.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified, this the 30th day of April, 1959.