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RATES OF TOLL-1873.

ESTABLISHED BY THE CANAL BOARD.

ON PERSONS AND PROPERTY TRANSPORTED ON THE NEW YORK STATE CANALS, TO TAKE EFFECT ON THE 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.

A.

cts, m. fr. Acid, sulphuric.......

0 2 0 Agricultural implements, going from tide-water... 0 1 5 Articles not enumerated, going toward tide-water, 0 2 0

Ou the same, going from tide-water...... 0 1 5 Agricultural productions of the United States, not particularly specified.......

0 2 0 Apples.....

0 2 0 Ashes, pot and pearl..

0 2 0 Ashes, leached...

0 0 5

B.
Bacon.....
Barley
Barrels, empty, transported in boats..
Barrels, empty, transported in rafts.
Barytes..
Beans.
Bedstead stuff (see Lumber No. 3)....
Beef, salted....
Bleaching powders, going from tide-water.
Boat knees (see Lumber No. 3)......
Boats, used chiefly for transportation of passengers

upon all canals, per mile.......
On same, if they elect to commute for tolls upon

passengers....
Boats, used chiefly for transportation of property,

per mile.....

0 1 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 5 0 1 5 0 2 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 2 0

4 0 0

3 0 0

2 0 0

cts, m. fr. On the same, if they elect to commute for tolls upon passengers ...

2 3 0 Boats registered before July 1st, 1862, whose bows

do not conform to regulation No. 40, per mile ... 2 0 0 Boats used exclusively in the towage of boats on

the canals, together with the machinery and fuel

necessary therefor, exempt from toll. Bolts, stave, if carried in boats...

0 1 0 Bolts, stave, if carried in rafts

0 5 0 Bones..

0 0 5 Boxes, stuff for (see Lumber No. 3)

0 2 0 Bran.

0 1 0 Brick

0 1 0 Brimstone...

0 1 0 Broom handles (see Lumber No. 3).

0 2 0 Brush backs (see Lumber No. 3)

0 2 0 Brush handles (see Lumber No. 3)

0 2 0 Buffalo skins

0 2 5 Butter...

0 2 0 Butts, stave, if carried in boats

0 1 0 Butts, stave, if carried in rafts..

05 0

C. Cabinet ware....

0 1 5 Carboys

0 2 0 Carts

0 2 0 Car axles

0 1 0 Car axles, when cleared at tide-water.

0 0 5 Car wheels (iron)...

0 0 5 Carriages and sleighs...

0 2 0 Casks, empty, transported in boats

0 1 0 Casks, empty, transported in rafts.

05 0 Castings, all iron castings

0 1 5 Cattle, alive

0 2 0 Cedar posts (see Lumber No. 2) per 1,000 feet, per mile

0 5 6 Cedar, red (see Lumber No. 2), per 1,000 feet, per mile

0 5 5 Cement, fire proof..

0 1 0 Chair stuff (see Lumber No. 3).

0 2 0

Charcoal..
Cheese...
Cider
Clay...
Clover seed...
Coal, anthracite..
Coal, bituminous..
Coal oil......
Coal tar, and products thereof
Coffee ..
Copper ore...
Copper, pig and smelted..
Corn....
Corn meal..
Cotton...
Crockery
Cullet, or broken glass to be melted over

D.
Deer skins
Domestic distilled spirits.
Domestic cottons.
Domestic woolens..

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0 2 5 0 1 5 0 1 5 0 1 5

E.

Earth....
Esculent roots.

0 0 5 0 1 0

F.
Fellies (see Lumber No. 3).
Fire-proof cement....
Fire brick .....
Fish, salted, going from tide-water.
Flax seed....
Flour......
Furniture, cabinet ware and chairs
Furniture for stoves, not cast iron....
Furs, and skins of animals producing furs..

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0 1 0 0 1 5

cts. m. fr. Grass seed...

0 2 0 Grease.

0 1 5 Gunstocks (see Lumber No. 3)

0 2 0 Gypsum, ground and unground..

0 1 0 Gypsum, unground, product of this State..

0 0 5

H. Hand spikes (see Lumber No. 3)..

0 2 0 Hay, pressed....

0 0 5 Heading, undressed, transported in boats.

0 1 0 Heading, dressed or partly dressed.

0 1 0 Heading, transported in rafts .

0 5 0 Hemp, going toward tide-water.

0 1 0 Hides....

0 1 5 Hogs, alive

0 2 0 Hops....

0 2 0 Hop poles (see Lumber No. 3).

0 2 0 Hop poles, transported in rafts....

0 5 0 Hoop poles (see Lumber No.3).

0 2 0 Hoop poles, transported in rafts

0 5 0 Hoops, rived....

0 2 0 Horses..

0 Horses, used exclusively for towing boats and other

floats, exempt from toll. Horse shoes...

0 0 5 Hubs (see Lumber No. 3)..

0 2 0

I. Ice.......

0 0 5 Iron, articles exclusively manufactured of wrought

or rolled iron, not specifically enumerated, when cleared at tide-water.....

0 0 5 Iron in sheets, bars and bundles..

0 1 5 Iron and steel, in bars and bundles, when cleared at tide-water.

0 0 5 Iron ore i.....

0 0 5 Iron, bloom and pig, going toward tide-water... 0 1 0 Iron, bloom anà pig, going from tide-water.

0 0 5 Iron, boiler, when cleared at tide-water...

0 0 5 Iron, boiler.....

0 1 5

480

NEW YORK STATE CANALS.

Iron, bridge and railing ......

On the same, when cleared at tide-water...
Iron bolts.....

On the same, when cleared at tide-water.......
Iron safes...

J.
Junk....

cts, m, fr. 0 1 5 0 0 5 0 1 5 0 0 6 0 1 5

0 1 5

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0

L.
Lard.......
Lard oil.....
Last blocks (see Lumber No. 3).
Lath (see Lumber No. 1)......
Lath (see Lumber No. 2), per 1,000 feet, per mile,

estimated at twenty feet for each bunch of one

hundred pieces
Lath (see Lumber No. 3)
Lead, bar and pig, going toward tide-water.
Leather....
Lime, manufactured..
Lime, water.....
Limestone
Looking-glass backs (see Lumber No.3)......
LUMBER No. 1.*— Transported in boats, by weight,

per 1,000 pounds, per mile:
White pine, white-wood, cherry, bass-wood,

cedar, boards, planks, scantling, and on all
sidings, lath and other sawed stuff less than
one inch thick (except such as is enumerated

in Lumber No. 3)..
Oak, hickory, beech, sycamore, black walnut,

butternut, maple, ash, elm, fir, tamarack and
yew...

0 5 5 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 2 0

0 20

0 1 5

* 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 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.

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