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Sawed stuff for window blinds, not exceeding one-fourth of an inch in thickness

0 0 * Lumber shall not be cleared by measurement when car

ried in a boat having other articles on board paying toll by WEIGHT, but such lumber shall in all cases be also cleared by weight.

When a cargo is composed entirely of lumber, which can be cleared by weight or measure, the whole of such cargo shall be cleared by measurement or by weight, as the shipper or master may elect, and in no case shall a portion of any such cargo be cleared by measurement and

the other portion by weight. Tan bark, per cord, per mile

0 5 0 Timber.*-Squared and round, transported in rafts, per 100 cubic feet...

1 5 0 AGRICULTURE.

Product of animals. Pork

Free.

Free. Bacon

Free. Cheese.

Free. Butter..

Free. Lard, tallow and lard-oil.

Free. Wool.

Free. Hides

0 1 0 Vegetable food. Flour....

Free. Wheat.

0 0 5 Rye

0 0 5 Corn

0 1 0 Corn meal

0 1 0 Barley..

0 0 5 Barley malt

0 0 5 Oats.....

0 0 5 Bran and ship stuffs

0 0 5 Peas and beans

0 0 5 Apples..

0 0 5 Potatoes

0 3 0 Dried fruit.

Free. All other agricultural products. Cotton ....

Free. Unmanufactured tobacco.

Free. Hemp..

Free. Clover and grass seed

Free. Flax seed

Free. Hops...

Free. MANUFACTURES. Domestic spirits ..

Free. Oil-meal and cake.

Free. Leather

0 1 0 Furniture...

0 0 5 * In the measurement of timber, bark adhering to the wood and refuse stuff are to be estimated as forming part of the timber, and to be rated accordingly.

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RATES OF TOLL, 1882, established by the Canal Board, on persons

and property transported on the Erie, Champlain, Oswego and the

Cayuga and Seneca canals, to take effect on Opening of Navigation. (Toll is to be computed upon the weight "1,000 pounds per mile" of all articles contained in the following list, unless otherwise stated opposite to the articles excepted.)

TOWARD TIDE. FROM TIDE. Boats....

Free. Free. Yachts and pleasure boats, per mile...

5 0 0 5 0 0

Free.

Free.

THE FOREST.
Fur and peltry

Product of wood.
Ashes, pot and pearl.
Ashes, Teached.
Lath per M per mile ..
Lath per 1,000 lbs. per mile.
Staves and heading ..
Shingles, per M per mile
Shingles, per 1,000 lbs.

0 0 5
Free.
0 0 1
0 0 71
Free.
0 0 14
0 0 5

Free. Free. Free. Free. Free. Free. Free.

Wood for fuel.

Slab wood, per cord
Cord wood, per cord.

0 1 0
0 2 0

Free.
Free.

TOWARD TIDE. FROM TIDE.
Lumber No. 1.* _ By measurement, per 1,000
feet per mile :
White pine, white-wood, bass-wood, cedar

boards, planks, scantling, and all sidings,
and other sawed stuff, less than one inch
thick (except such as is enumerated in
Lumber No. 3).

0 0 71 Free. Oak, hickory, beech, sycamore, black wal

nut, butternut, maple, ash, elm, fir, tam-
arack, yew and cherry...

0 0 5 Free. Hemlock and spruce

0 0 31 Free. Lumber No. 2.*_By measurement, per 1,000 feet per mile: Boards, planks, scantling, railroad ties,

pickets for fences, and sawed timber, sid-
ing, and other sawed stuff, less than one
inch thick, reduced to inch measure (ex-
cept such as is enumerated in Lumber
No. 3); and all kinds of red cedar, cedar
posts, estimated that a cord, after deduct-

ing for openings, will contain 1,000 feet. 0 1 5 Free,
Hemlock and spruce, per 1,000 feet, per
mile......

0 1 0

Free. Lumber No. 3.*_By weight, per 1,000 pounds

per mile :

Joop poles, hand spikes, rowing oars, broom

handles, spokes, hubs, treenails, fellies,
boat and ship knees, plane, stocks, pick-
ets for fences, railroad ties, last blocks,
stuff (manufactured or partly manufac-
tured) for boxes, chairs and bedsteads,
hop poles, brush handles, brush backs,
looking-glass backs, gun stocks, plow
beams and plow handles ....

0 0 71 Free. Sawed stuff for window blinds, not exceed

ing one-fourth of an inch in thickness .. 0 2 0 Free. * Lumber shall not be cleared by measurement

when carried in a boat having other articles on board paying toll by weight, but such lumber shall in all cases be also cleared by weight.

When a cargo is composed entirely of lumber, which can be cleared by weight or measurement, the whole of such cargo shall be cleared by measurement or by weight, as the shipper or master (may elect, and in no case shall a portion of any such cargo be cleared by measurement and the other portion by

weight. Timber.*_Squared and round, transported in rafts, per 100 cubic feet ..

0 5 0 Free. * In the measurement of timber, bark adhering 'to the wood and refuse stuff are to be estimated as forming part of the timber, and to be raised accordingly.

AGRICULTURE.

Beef ...

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Oats ...

Product of animals.

TOWARD TIDE FROM TIDE. Pork ..

Free. Free.

Free. Free. Bacon .

Free. Free. Cheese.

Free. Free. Butter..

Free. Free. Lard, tallow and lard-oil...

Free. Free. Wool ...

Free. Free. Hides

0 0 5 Free.

Vegetable food. Flour

Free. Free. Wheat

0 0 5 Free. Rye.

0 0 5 Free. Corn

0 0

Free. Corn meal

Free. Free. Barley

0 0 5 Free. Barley malt

0 0 5 Free.

0 05 Free. Bran and ship stuffs.

0 0 5 Free, Peas and beans

0 0 5 Free.

0 0 5 Apples...

Free. Potatoes

0 0 5 Free. Dried fruit.

Free. Free. All other agricultural products. Cotton.

Free. Free, Unmanufactured tobacco

Free. Free. Hemp.

Free. Free. Clover and grass seed

Free. Free. Flax seed

Free. Free. Hops ..

Free. Free.

MANUFACTURES. Domestic spirits

Free. Free, Oil meal and cake.

Free. Free. Leather ..

Free. Free. Furniture

0 0 5 Free. Bar and pig lead

Free. Free. Pig iron....

0 0 5 Free, Bloom and bar iron..

0 0 5 Free. Castings and iron ware

0 0 5 Free. Domestic woolens.....

Free. Free. Domestic cottons

Free. Free, Domestic salt..

Free. Free. Foreign salt

0 1 21 Free.

MERCHANDISE. Sugar

0 0 5 Free. Molasses

0 0 5 Free. Coffee

Free. Free. Nails, spikes and horse shoes..

0 0 5

Free. Iron and steel

0 0 5 Free.

0 0 5 Railroad iron....

Free.

0 0 5 Free. Flint, enamel, crockery, glassware All other merchandise

0 0 5 Free.

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Other articles,

TOWARD TIDE. FROM TIDE. Live cattle, hogs and sheep

Free. Free. Stone, lime and clay...

0 0 5 Free. Gypsum

0 05 Free. Rock phosphates, superphosphates and albemarl...

Free. Free. Anthracite coal.

0 0 11

Free. Bituminous coal

0 0 11 Free, Copper ore....

0 0 5 Free. Iron ore

0

0 24 Free. Petroleum or earth oil, crude and refined

0

Free. Articles not specified ....

0 0 5 Free. STATE OF NEW YORK:

STATE OF NEW YORK: IN SENATE, April 7, 1882.

IN ASSEMBLY, April 7, 1882 The foregoing resolution was duly passed.

The foregoing resolution was duly passed, By order of the Senate.

By order of the assembly.
JOHN W. VROOMAN.

EDWARD M. JOHNSON.
Clerk.

Clerk. + So in original.

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