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Page 71 - On sawed lath, of less than ten feet in length, split lath, hoop poles...
Page 74 - Comptroller, in relation to the canals ; draws warrants on the Treasurer for all canal payments ; audits all canal accounts ; instructs canal collecting and disbursing officers ; keeps accounts of canal receipts and expenditures, Ac. ; |x qfficio Secretary of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund, and of the Canal Board.] CANAL APPRAISERS.
Page 73 - The Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Comptroller, Treasurer and Attorney-General shall be the commissioners of the canal fund. The canal board shall consist of the commissioners of the canal fund, the State Engineer and Surveyor and the Superintendent of Public Works.
Page 70 - On lumber carried in boats, when weighed, per 1,000 pounds per mile, viz : 1. On white pine, white wood, bass wood, and ecdar, 0 1 5 2. On oak, hickory, beech, sycamore and black walnut, 0 1 0 3. On spruce, maple, ash and elm, 0 1 2 4.
Page 69 - On stove pipe and furniture for stoves, not cast iron, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 060 Furs, Peltry, Skins, fyc.
Page 70 - On carts, wagons, sleighs, plows, and mechanics' tools, necessary for the owner's individual use, when accompanied by the owner, emigrating for the purpose of settlement, per 1.000 pounds per mile, 0 3 0 Stone, Slate, fyc.
Page 71 - On wood for fuel (except such as may be used in the manufacture of salt, which shall be exempt from toll), and tan bark, per cord, per mile/ 0 5 0 40.
Page 69 - On foreign gypsum, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 0 3 0 9. On bloom, scrap and pig iron, broken castings, gas pipes and water pipes, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 020 10.
Page 73 - ... boats and their cargoes; and directs extraordinary repairs; hears appeals from the Canal Appraisers; remits penalties and regulates the police of the canals, etc. CANAL DEPARTMENT. Rooms in the State Hall, in which the business of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund and...