Section 41-2-3

Boundary between Alabama and Florida - Generally.

The boundary line between Alabama and Florida is the line commonly known as the "mound line," or "Ellicott's Line," as distinguished from a blazed line known as the "upper" or "Coffee Line," commencing at a point on the Chattahoochee River, near a place known as "Irwin's Mills"; and from thence to the Perdido River, marked the whole distance by blazes on the trees and by mounds of earth, at distances of about one mile.

(Code 1852, §17; Code 1867, §18; Code 1876, §14; Code 1886, §14; Code 1896, §625; Code 1907, §85; Code 1923, §87; Code 1940, T. 55, §18.)