Barge Canal Bulletin, Volume 5

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Page 30 - Legislature of the State of New York: I have the honor to present herewith the annual report of the State Engineer and Surveyor for the year 1911.
Page 69 - ... Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. The sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the state engineer and surveyor, for the making of a survey and the preparation of plans and estimates for improving the Black river for navigation between the state dam at Carthage, Jefferson county, and...
Page 62 - Nos. 101, 106 and 201 and on the removal of High street bridge, Cohoes, follow. Contract No. 91 This contract is for building and equipping a hydro-electric power-plant on the Erie canal near the east end of Crescent dam. It was awarded to Welles-Boughton & Co., being signed on January 5, 1911. It was assigned to the Hollington Company, this assignment being approved by the Superintendent of Public Works July 31, 1911. Construction work began April 3, 1911. The engineer's preliminary estimate was...
Page 66 - Jersey line, 92^ miles ; Pennsylvania line, 344 miles to the beginning of the Canadian line in the middle of Lake Erie. The boundaries are fixed by accepted agreements and are marked by natural watercourses or by monuments.
Page 112 - November 23, 1908, and is for the construction of the canal from Fox Ridge to the southeast corner of the town of Galen, length 9.44 miles.
Page 160 - S. Pearson & Son. Inc American Pipe & Construction Co .... American Pipe & Construction Co. . . . Atlantic. Gulf & Pacific Company.
Page 34 - State in such manner as was originally contemplated when the people voted the $101.000,000 for the improvement of the canal system, to extend from Congress Street, Troy, to Buffalo, and thus preserve for the benefit of the people the water which will be collected by the dam and which will not be needed for purposes of navigation. I am of the opinion that the State should construct...

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