Definition – Geographic Centerline

Mean center line of river is determined by dividing the distance between meander lines of the river is arbitrary location of center of stream and is not discrimination of the thread of the stream in this jurisdiction; accordingly, it cannot be said that any rights of the riparian owner are established or supported by such mean center line. Hartwig v. Berggren, 179 Neb. 718, 140 N.W.2d.