10-40-060  Harbor district No. 2.
   The public waters and all public turning basins, canals and slips, the submerged lands, the artificially made or reclaimed lands, and other lands which shall constitute and shall be known as harbor district No. 2, are hereby defined and particularly described as follows:
   Harbor district No. 2 shall include all the territory, including the public waters and all public turning basins, canals, and slips, the submerged lands, the artificially made or reclaimed lands and other lands, lying and being within the following boundaries, to-wit:
   Beginning on the south side of the Chicago River at a point that is 3019.28 feet east and 1436.35 feet north of the southwest corner of E. Randolph Street and N. Michigan Avenue, thence running in an easterly direction parallel to the south line of E. Randolph Street extended east, over the waters of Lake Michigan, a distance of one mile, thence at right angles running along a line in a southerly direction to the said south line of E. Randolph Street extended east, thence running in a westerly direction along the said south line of E. Randolph Street extended east, to the present shoreline or dock line of Lake Michigan, thence running in a northerly direction, but following the present dock lines of Lake Michigan, to the place of beginning.
   All of the aforesaid public waters and all public turning basins, canals and slips, submerged lands, artificially made or reclaimed lands, and other lands in said harbor district No. 2 are situated within the jurisdiction and corporate limits of the city, and are by this section declared to be necessary or appropriate for the uses and purposes enumerated in said act of the general assembly mentioned in Section 10-40-040.
(Prior code § 38-5)