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ROUTE NO. 148.

Beginning at Mt. Vernon and extending in a southerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 13 south of Herrin affording Mt. Vernon, Waltonville, Sesser, Christopher, Herrin and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 149.

Beginning at Thompsonville and extending in a southwesterly direction to Hurst, affording Thompsonville, Royalton, Hurst and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 150.

Beginning at Cairo and extending in a northerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 4 near Hamel affording Cairo, Thebes, McClure, Ware, Gorham, Chester, Sparta, (running along Route No. 13 from Sparta to a point near Marissa), St. Libory, Fayetteville, Mascoutah, Lebanon, St. Jacob, Hamel and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 151.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 13 at or near Finney and extending in a northwesterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 150 south of Sparta, (with a suitable connection to Cutler) affording Finney, Oraville, Ava, Campbell Hill, Willisville, Percy, Cutler, Steeleville and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 152.

Beginning at DuQuoin and extending in a northwesterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 13 near Tilden, (running along Route No. 13 from Pyatt to Pinckneyville) affording DuQuoin, Pyatt, Pinckneyville, Kings, Winkle, Coulterville, Tilden and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 153.

Beginning at Sparta and extending in a northeasterly direction to Irvington affording Sparta, Coulterville, Stone Church, Nashville, Hoyleton, Irvington and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 154.

Beginning at Pinckneyville and extending in a northeasterly direction to Tamaroa.

ROUTE No. 155.

Beginning at Fort Chartres and extending in a northeasterly direction to Ruma.

ROUTE No. 156.

Beginning at Harrisonville and extending in an easterly direction co an intersection with Route No. 13 west of New Athens affording Harrisonville, Valmeyer, Waterloo, Hecker, New Athens and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 157.

Beginning at Cahokia and extending in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 4 known as Sunset Hill, affording Cahokia, Church, Edgemont, French Village, Caseyville, Peters Station, Sunset Hill and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 158.

Beginning at Belleville and extending in a southwesterly direction to Columbia affording Belleville, Millstadt, Columbia and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 159.

Beginning at Alton and extending in a southerly direction to Red Bud affording Alton, Edwardsville, Mont, (running along Route 11 from a point south of Mont to Collinsville) Collinsville, Belleville, Smithton, Red Bud and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 160.

Beginning at Alton and extending in an easterly direction to Greenville affording Alton, Hamel, Alhambra, Greenville and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 161.

Beginning at Carlyle and extending in a southwesterly direction to Belleville, affording Carlyle, Bartelso, New Baden, Scott Field, Belleville and the intervening communities reasonable connections. with each other.

ROUTE NO. 162.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 7 near Spring Valley and extending in a northerly direction to LaMoille affording Spring Valley, Ladd, Cherry, Arlington, and LaMoille reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 163.

Beginning at the Indiana State Line east of Palestine and extending in a westerly direction to a connection with Route No. 1.

ROUTE NO. 164.

Beginning at Pekin and extending in a southeasterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 122 at a point south of Danvers, affording Pekin, Tremont, Mackinaw, Danvers and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 165.

Beginning at Sibley and extending in a southwesterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 9 at a point south of Merna afford ing Sibley, Anchor, Colfax, Cooksville, Merna and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 166.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 1, at New Burnside and extending in a northwesterly direction to connect with paved road leading to Marion, said route to be paved nine feet wide, affording New Burnside, Creal Springs, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 167.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 28 at Wataga, and extending in an easterly direction to Victoria, affording Wataga, Victoria and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 168.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 95 at Cuba and extending in a northerly direction to Fairview, affording Cuba, Fairview, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 169.

Beginning at Shelbyville and extending in a northerly direction to a connection with Route No. 132.

ROUTE No. 170.

Beginning at Sparta and extending in a northwesterly direction through Baldwin to Red Bud.

ROUTE NO. 171.

Beginning at Thomson and extending in a northeasterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 78 at a point east of Fay affording Thomson, Argo, Fay and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 172.

Beginning on Milwaukee Avenue about one and one-half miles north of the village of Libertyville where, Route No. 21 leaves said Milwaukee Avenue, and extending in a northeasterly direction on Milwaukee Avenue to Gurnee.

ROUTE NO. 173.

Beginning at the Sheridan Road at or near Zion City and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with the Rockford-Beloit concrete roads affording Zion City, Antioch, Richmond, Hebron, Harvard, Chemung, Capron, Poplar Grove, Caledonia and intersecting the Beloit-Rockford road west of Caledonia and south of Roscoe, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 174.

Beginning at Dunlap, thence to Alta in Peoria County and extending in a southerly direction for a distance of two miles, then east to a connection with Route 88.

ROUTE NO. 175.

Beginning at Glasford in Peoria County and extending in a southerly direction to a connection with Route No. 9.

ROUTE NO. 176.

Beginning at Area and extending westerly to Ivanhoe, to Wauconda, and crossing the Fox River at Burton's bridge, to a connection with the hard-surfaced road from Crystal Lake to McHenry.

ROUTE NO. 177.

Beginning at Okawville running thence to New Minden and to a connection with Route No. 153.

ROUTE NO. 178.

Beginning at Lowell and extending in a northerly direction to the paved road on the south side of the Illinois River.

ROUTE NO. 179.

Beginning at Dana and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 2.

ROUTE No. 180.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 83, south of Galva extending in a southerly direction to Williamsfield, furnishing suitable connection with Victoria, and affording Victoria, Williamsfield and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 181.

Beginning at Route No. 12 at a point opposite Vincennes, Ind., extending through Russellville, Illinois, and Heathsville, Illinois, to Palestine, Illinois, and then connecting with Route No. 163 running east of Palestine, Illinois, said road to be nine feet wide.

ROUTE NO. 182.

Beginning at Centralia and running in an easterly direction to Route No. 142.

ROUTE NO. 183.

Beginning at Sesser on Route No. 148 and extending east to Whittington. This route shall be paved nine feet wide.

ROUTE NO. 184.

Beginning at Royalton, Illinois, and extending in a northerly direction to Mulkeytown, Illinois, intersecting with the Benton and Duquoin Road.

ROUTE No. 185.

Beginning at a point between Vandalia and Brownstown on Route No. 11 and extending in a southeasterly direction to Farina. extending to Loogootee, St. Peter and intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

The routes, herein referred to, numbered lower than 47, are the routes described in section 9 of "An Act in relation to the construction by the State of Illinois of a State-wide system of durable hardsurfaced roads upon public highways of the State and the provision of means for the payment of the cost thereof by an issue of bonds of the State of Illinois", approved June 22, 1917.

§ 10. Where one of the roads herein provided for runs through or into a county over a paved road that has been constructed by such county and the State jointly, or by such county alone, and accepted by the State, or where one of said roads runs through or into a township in a county under township organization or through or into a road district in a county not under township organization, over a paved road that has been constructed by the county with township or road district funds under the provisions of section 15d of “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges," approved June 27, 1913. as amended, and accepted by the State, then in such case said De partment of Public Works and Buildings shall, if such paved road is of proper durable hard-surfaced type to make it practicable to de so, utilize such, paved road in this State-wide system of roads. I said Department of Public Works and Buildings does utilize and make such paved road a part of said State-wide system of roads, then, and in that case, the actual cost of said paved road shall be determined, in the manner hereinafter provided for, and an amount of money equiva lent to the cost or share of the cost, that was paid by such county, township or road district, as the case may be, shall be set apart and allotted by said Department to such county, township or road district Said moneys shall, in the case of a county, be used at the option of such county, either in the payment of any county bonds issued by such county, and used to improve its State aid roads, or in the improvement of any one or more of its improved or unimproved State Aid roads by constructing thereon a durable hard-surfaced road under the direction and to the satisfaction of said Department of Public Works and Buildings; and said moneys shall, in the case of a town ship or road district, be used, at the option of such township or road district, either in the payment of any bonds issued by such township of road district and used to improve its roads, or in the improvement of any one or more of its improved or unimproved roads by constructing thereon a durable hard-surfaced road under the direction and to the satisfaction of said Department of Public Works and Buildings. determining such cost of such paved road of a county, so utilized in this State-wide system of roads, the superintendent of highways make a careful examination of the department's State aid road records which show the actual cost of all such State aid roads and

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