A body of stagnant water without an outlet, larger than a puddle aud smaller than a lake; or a like body of water with a small outlet. Webster. And see Rockland Water Co. v. Camden & R. Water Co., 80 Me. 544, 15 Atl. 785, 1 L. R. A. 3SS; Concord Mfg. Co. v. Robertson, 66 N. H. 1, 25 Atl. 718, 18 L. It. A. 679. A standing ditch cast by labor of man’s hand, in his private grounds, for his private use, to serve his house and household with necessary waters; but a pool is a low plat of ground by nature, and Is not cast by man’s hand. Call. Sew. 103.
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