2016 Florida Statutes
7.48 Orange County.—The boundary lines of Orange County are as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the range line dividing ranges twenty-six and twenty-seven east, with the township line dividing townships twenty-four and twenty-five south; thence north to the waters of Lake Apopka; thence north across the waters of Lake Apopka and along the eastern boundary of Lake County to the north shore of Lake Apopka where it is intersected by the range line dividing ranges twenty-six and twenty-seven; thence north on said range line to the township line dividing townships nineteen and twenty south; thence east on said township line to Wekiva River; thence through the thread of the Wekiva River in a southerly direction to the northwest corner of section thirty-one, township twenty south, range twenty-nine east; thence south on the range line between ranges twenty-eight and twenty-nine east, to the southwest corner of section nineteen, township twenty-one south, range twenty-nine east; thence east to the southeast corner of section twenty, township twenty-one south, range thirty east; thence south to the township line between townships twenty-one and twenty-two south, range thirty east; thence east on said township line to the thread of the St. Johns river; thence southerly down the thread of the said river to the northeast corner of township twenty-five south, range thirty-four east; thence west on said township line to the place of beginning; provided that all of township twenty south, range twenty-seven east, bounded on the south and east by the waters of Lake Beauclaire shall be and are declared to be a part of the territory of Lake County.
History.—s. 10, Dec. 29, 1824; s. 4, Nov. 23, 1828; s. 1, Jan. 30, 1845; s. 1, ch. 548, 1853; s. 1, ch. 1764, 1870; s. 1, ch. 1895, 1872; s. 2, ch. 3177, 1879; s. 1, ch. 3768, 1887; s. 1, ch. 3771, 1887; s. 1, ch. 3944, 1889; RS 41; GS 39; s. 1, ch. 6511, 1913; RGS 42; CGL 44; s. 1, ch. 61-483.