C-61.1, r. 111 - Order in Council respecting the Menokeosawin Controlled Zone

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chapter C-61.1, r. 111
Order in Council respecting the Menokeosawin Controlled Zone
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION — ZEC — MENOKEOSAWIN
Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife
(chapter C-61.1, s. 104).
C-61.1
December 30 1899
1. The territory described in the Schedule is established as a controlled zone under the name Menokeosawin Controlled Zone.
O.C. 267-97, s. 1.
2. This Order replaces the Regulation respecting the Menokeosawin Controlled Zone (R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 135).
O.C. 267-97, s. 2.
3. (Omitted).
O.C. 267-97, s. 3.
SCHEDULE
(s. 1)
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
MENOKEOSAWIN CONTROLLED ZONE
A territory located in the Municipalité régionale de comté de Haut-Saint-Maurice, in the following townships: Gendron, Bickerdike, Borgia and Biard, covering an area of 298.5 km2 and whose perimeter is described as follows:
Foreword
In this technical description, it is understood that, when following a watercourse or skirting a lake, this description always refers, unless indicated otherwise, to the outer-limit of the bank or shore, that is, the normal high-water mark.
Starting from Point “1” located on the northwest limit of Block C of the Canton de Gendron with the intersection of the southern limit of the right of way (15 m) of the road leading to lac Édouard, point whose coordinates are:
5,282,250 m N and 702,850 m E;
From Point “1”, westerly, following that limit of the right of way to Point “2”, whose coordinates are: 5,283,250 m N and 689,100 m E;
From Point “2”, northwesterly then southerly, following a broken line passing through points 3, 4 and 5, whose coordinates are:
3 5,283,600 m N and 688,825 m E;
4 5,283,700 m N and 688,000 m E;
5 5,283,200 m N and 688,000 m E;
that point is located on the southern limit of the right of way (10 m) of the road leading to lac Édouard;
From Point “5”, westerly, following that limit of the right of way and its extension to Point “6” located on the western limit of the right of way (15 m) of route 155, point whose coordinates are:
5,282,850 m N and 682,100 m E;
From Point “6”, northeasterly, following the western limit of the right of way of route 155 to Point “7”, whose coordinates are:
5,284,250 m N and 684,050 m E;
From Point “7”, southeasterly, following a straight line to Point “8” located on the right bank of rivière Bostonnais, point whose coordinates are:
5,284,225 m N and 684,200 m E;
From Point “8”, northeasterly, following rivière Bostonnais so as to include it, to Point “9”, whose coordinates are:
5,296,850 m N and 688,450 m E;
From Point “9”, westerly, following a straight line to Point “10” located on the western limit of the western right of way (15 m) of route 155, point whose coordinates are:
5,296,850 m N and 688,400 m E;
From Point “10”, northeasterly, following that limit of the right of way to Point “11”, whose coordinates are:
5,309,225 m N and 692,325 m E;
From Point “11”, southeasterly, following a broken line passing through points 12 and 13 skirting lac Long along the shore so as to include the lake, point whose coordinates are:
12 5,307,125 m N and 693,550 m E;
13 5,304,150 m N and 693,700 m E, located on the eastern limit of the right of way of power transmission line No. 7025.
From Point “13”, southeasterly, following the limit of the right of way to Point “14”, whose coordinates are:
5,300,950 m N and 693,925 m E;
From Point “14”, southeasterly, following a straight line to Point “15” located at the southeastern end of lac Truman, skirting Petit lac Bonhomme and lac Truman so as to exclude them, point whose coordinates are:
5,295,350 m N and 703,850 m E;
From Point “15”, southerly, following a straight line to Point “16” located on the northwestern limit of block C of the Canton de Gendron, skirting lac Lepage and Petit lac Shea to the east so as to include them, point whose coordinates are:
5,283,200 m N and 703,750 m E;
From Point “16”, southwesterly, following the limit of that block to the starting point.
O.C. 267-97, Sch.
REFERENCES
O.C. 267-97, 1997 G.O. 2, 1135