ed by the natural flow of the water, as determined by the general superficies orconformation of the surrounding country, as distinguished from an “artificial” watercourse,formed by the work of man, such as a ditch or canal. See Barkley v. Wilcox, 86N. Y. 140, 40 Am. Rep. 519; Hawley v. Sheldon, 64 Vt. 491, 24 Atl. 717, 33 Am. St.Rep. 941; Porter v. Armstrong, 129 N, a 101, 39 S. E. 799.
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