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cts, m. fr. Hemlock and spruce.

0 1 0 LUMBER No. 2.- Transported in boats by measure

meni, per 1,000 feet per mile :
Boards, planks, scantling, railroad ties, pickets

for fences and sawed timber, reduced to inch
measure, and all siding, lath and other sawed
stuff, less than one inch thick (except such as
is enumerated in Lumber No. 3), tolls com-
puted on surface measure ; lath, when cleared
by measurement, may be estimated at twenty
feet for each bunch of one hundred pieces ;
and all kinds of red cedar, cedar posts, esti-
mated that a cord, after deducting for open-
ings, will contain 1,000 feet....

0 5 5
Hemlock, per 1,000 feet, per mile, when not
weighed

0 3 0 Lumber No. 2, transported in rafts, per 1,000 feet, per mile....

.2 5 0 LUMBER No. 3.* — Transported in boats, by weight,

per 1,000 pounds, per mile:
Sawed lath of less than ten feet in length, split

lath, hoop poles, hand spikes, rowing oars,
broom handles, spokes, hubs, treenails, fellies,
boat and ship knees, plane stocks, pickets for
fences, railroad ties, last blocks, stuff (manu-
factured or partly manufactured) for boxes,
chairs and bedsteads, hop poles, brush
handles, brush backs, looking-glass backs,

gun stocks, plow beams and plow handles.... 0 2 0
Sawed stuff for window blinds, not exceeding
one-fourth of an inch in thickness..

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M.
Mahogany
Malt..
Manure.
Marı..
Merchandise, non-enumerated...

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* See note to Lumber No. 1.

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P.
Passengers over ten years of age, per mile....
Petroleum or earth oil, crude and refined.
Peas
Peat
Pickets for fences (seo Lumber Nos. 2 and 3).
Pig copper....
Pig iron, going from tide-water...
Pig iron, going toward tide-water.
Plane stocks (see Lumber No. 3)....
Plaster, calcined, or plaster of Paris, going from

tide-water..
Plow beams (see Lumber No.3).
Plow handles (see Lumber No. 3)
Pork, salted....
Posts, split and round, not exceeding eight feet in

length, carried in boats, per M., per mile
Potatoes..
Powder and gunpowder..

R.
Rags......
Railroad chairs.

On the same, when cleared at tide-water..
Railroad iron..
Railroad ties (see Lumber Nos. 2 and 3)...
Rails for fences, not exceeding fourteen feet in

length, carried in boats, per M., per mile.......

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2 0 0 cts, m, fr. On the same, if carried in rafts, per M., per mile, 8 0 0 Rice, going from tide-water..

0 1 0 Roots, esculent.....

0 1 0 Rowing oars (see Lumber No.3)...

0 2 0 Rye......

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S. Sal soda, going from tide-water.

0 1 0 Salted fish, going from tide-water.

0 1 0 Salt, foreign...

0 2 5 Salt, manufactured in this state.

0 1 0 Sand..

0 0 5 Sawed stuff (see Lumber Nos. 2 and 3). Sawdust....

0 0 5 Scrap iron..

0 0 5 Sheep, live....

0 2 0 Shingles, in boats, per 1,000 pounds, per mile... 0 1 5 Shingles, in boats, per M., per mile..

0 0 5 Shingles, per M., per mile, in rafts..

0 4 0 Ship knees.....

0 2 0 Ship knees, transported in rafts.

0 5 0 Ship stuffs.

0 1 5 Shooke, stave...

0 1 0 Shrubbery and trees..

0 4 0 Siding (see Lumber No. 1).....

0 2 0 Siding (see Lumber No.2), per 1,000 feet surf. meas., 0 5 5 Skins of animals producing furs..

0 2 5 Slate.....

0 0 5 Sleighs

0 2 0 Soda ash

0 1 0 Spikes ....

0 0 5 Split posts and round, not exceeding eight feet in

length, carried in boats, per M., per mile..... 2 0 0

On the same, if carried in rafts, per M., per mile, 8 0 0 Spokes (see Lumber No. 3)

0 2 0 Staves and heading, sawed, cut and dressed, or

partly dressed, shooks and stave bolts and
butts, not exceeding four feet and a half in
length, transported in boats...

0 1 0

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NEW YORK STATE CANALS.

cts, m, fr. On the same, if transported in rafts....... 0 5 0 Steel, in bars and bundles........

0 1 5 On the same, when cleared at tide-water.. 0 0 5 Stone for the manufacture of lime....

0 0 5 Stone, wrought..........

0 0 5 Stone, unwrought and partly wrought..

0 0 5 Stoves ....

0 1 5 Straw, pressed, and any pressed vegetable substance

used for the manufacture of paper or paper pulp, 0 0 5 Sugar .....

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T.
Tallow......
Tap bark, per cord, per mile, carried in boats...
Tan bark, per cord, per mile, carried in rafts....
Tan bark, ground, per 1,000 pounds, per mile....
Tar
Timber, per 100 cubic feet, per mile, transported in

boats:
Squared and round, other than hemlock....
Squared and round, hemlock....
Squared and round, transported in rafts...
Sawed timber (see Lumber No. 2), per 1,000 feet,

per mile.....
Tin plate, going from tide-water.
Tobacco, unmanufactured, going toward tide-

water......
Tobacco, going from tide-water.
Treenails (see Lumber No. 3).
Trees and shrubbery..
Turnips.....
Turpentine.

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0 1 0 Wheat ...

0 1 5 Window blinds, sawed stuff for (see Lumber No. 3), 0 5 0 Window sashes...

0 5 0 Wood for fuel, per cord, per mile...

0 5 0 Wood for fuel, per cord, per mile, carried in rafts, 2 0 0 Wood used in the manufacture of salt, per cord, per mile.....

0 5 0 Wool...

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