Manner of Organization.
§ 156‑37. Petition filed in superior court.
Any proprietor in fee of swamplands, which cannot be drained except by cutting a canal through the lands of another or other proprietor in fee, situated at a lower level and which would also be materially benefited by the cutting of such canal, who desires that such canal be cut on the terms on which it is hereinafter allowed, may apply by petition, setting forth the facts, to the superior court of the county in which any of the lands through which the canal will pass may lie. (1868‑9, c. 164, s. 2; Code, s. 1311; Rev., s. 3996; C.S., s. 5295.)