The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 001 : BOUNDARIES AND CORPORATE EXISTENCE(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 215, § 101)
§ 101. Boundaries and corporate existence
All that portion of the Town of Derby in the County of Orleans, enclosed within the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the covered highway bridge crossing Clyde River near Carpenter’s grist mill, and running easterly up the north bank of said stream to the line between land of Josiah Grout and land of Emera Kingsbury; thence northerly on said line between said Grout and said Kingsbury to the south line of land of Norman W. Bingham; thence easterly following said Bingham’s line to the shore of Derby Pond; thence northerly following the shore of said pond, and the east line of land deeded to Josiah Grout and Charles K. Bates, by John E. Searles, now fenced and included with the Derby Center Cemetery grounds, to the north line of the highway leading from the county road easterly, past the premises known as the Emera Stewart Farm; thence following the north line of said highway westerly, to the county road leading to Derby Line; thence northwesterly and across said county road and on the north line of highway leading past school house in district No. 4 to W. F. Kingsbury’s, to southeast corner of lot of land occupied by John C. Gray; thence following the east line of said Gray’s land northerly to the south line of land of N. T. Blake; thence westerly on north line of said Gray land and north line of land owned by estate of Edwin Bates and Charles K. Bates, to the northwest corner of said Bates’ land; thence southerly on the west line of said Bates’ land, to the last mentioned highway; thence following said highway westerly to the cross-roads or four corners near the Willey Granite Quarry; thence westerly following the road leading to said quarry to the east line of said quarry lot; thence on the east line of said quarry lot southerly, to land of N. W. Bingham, and southerly and westerly on said Bingham’s line to the northwest corner of said Bingham’s land; thence southerly on said Bingham’s west line, and on west line of land of said E. and C. K. Bates, to the southwest corner of said Bates’ land; thence easterly on said Bates’ south line to the northeast corner of land of Hollis A. Moran; thence following the west line of land of said Moran southerly to the highway leading to Newport; thence across said highway at the forks of the roads near B. F. Sawyer’s dwelling house, to the northwest corner of land of Mrs. Hattie S. Jenne; thence following the west line of said Jenne’s land to the north bank of the Clyde River; thence up the north bank of said stream to the point begun at, shall be known as the Village of Derby Center, and in and by that name may sue and be sued, prosecute and defend in any court, may purchase, take, hold, sell, and convey real estate and personal property necessary for its corporate purposes, and shall have all the rights and privileges and be subject to all the liabilities incident to public corporations.