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     31-4-165.   State Highway 45 from State Highway 44 to North Dakota. The state trunk highway system includes the following in Charles Mix, Brule, Buffalo, Hand, Faulk, Edmunds, and McPherson counties:
             (1)      From a point on State Highway 44 in Platte near the southwest corner of section thirteen, township ninety-nine north, range sixty-eight west, thence north via Platte to Interstate Highway 90 on the west line of section ten, township one hundred three north, range sixty-seven west;
             (2)      From a point on Interstate Highway 90 in the southeast quarter of section ten, township one hundred three north, range sixty-eight west, thence north via Kimball and Miller to U.S. Highway 14 in Miller in the southeast quarter of section ten, township one hundred twelve north, range sixty-eight west;
             (3)      From a point on U.S. Highway 14 north of Miller west of the southeast corner of section three, township one hundred twelve north, range sixty-eight west, thence north to U.S. Highway 212 near the northwest corner of section two, township one hundred sixteen north, range sixty-eight west;
             (4)      From a point on U.S. Highway 212 east of Faulkton near the west quarter corner of section fifteen, township one hundred eighteen north, range sixty-eight west, thence north via Ipswich to U.S. Highway 12 near the northeast corner of section twenty-eight, township one hundred twenty-three north, range sixty-eight west;
             (5)      From a point on U.S. Highway 12 east of Ipswich near the southeast corner of section twenty, township one hundred twenty-three north, range sixty-seven west, thence north via Leola to State Highway 10 near the northeast corner of section twenty, township one hundred twenty-six north, range sixty-seven west;
             (6)      From a point on State Highway 10 east of Eureka near the southwest corner of section thirty-six, township one hundred twenty-seven north, range seventy-one west, thence north to the North Dakota state line near the northeast corner of section two, township one hundred twenty-eight north, range seventy-one west.

Source: SL 1984, ch 209, ยง 38.


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