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Robert B. Monell, Clerk 6th Chancery Circuit, Greene, Chen..... 1,500
Stephen A. Goodwin, do 7th

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Auburn,

1,500 E. Darwin Smith, do 8th

do Rochester,

1,500 and for clerk hire, &c., .,

1,500 John M. Barbour, Chancellor's Clerk, Saratoga Springs,

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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Salary. JOHN YOUNG, Governor,...

$4,000 Addison Gardiner, Lieutenant-Governor, $6 for each day's attendance. Nathaniel S. Benton, Secretary of State, and Superintendent of Com

mon Schools, appointed Feb. 1845, 2,500 Azariah C. Flagg, Comptroller,

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2,500 Thomas Farrington, Treasurer,

do Feb. 1846..

1,500 John Van Buren, Attorney General,

Feb. 1845,.... 1,000 Hugh Halsey, Surveyor General,

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1,000 Henry Storms, Commissary General,

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700 Samuel Stevens, Adjutant General,

do Feb. 1846, 1,000 Lewis Benedict, Jr., Judge Advocate General,

150 Nathaniel Jones, Acting Canal Commissioner,

1,600 John 1'. Hudson, do do

1,600 Daniel P. Bissell, do

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$1.33 for each day's service. Stephen Clark, do

1,600 Chester Hayden, Calvin H. Bryan, Canal Appraisers. $1 per day, and five cents David Hamilton,

per mile for travel. Archibald Campbell, Deputy Secoy of State, and Clerk of the Land Office,

1,500 Philip Phelps, Deputy Comptroller,

1,500 George W. Newell, Chief Clerk of the Canal Department,

1,500 Samuel L. Holmes, Gen. Dep. Sup't of Common Schools,..

1,000 George W. Little, Deputy Treasurer,....

1,300 John L. Tillinghast, State Librarian,

500 Elisha W. Skinner, Ass'i do

500 Henry V. Colt, Private Sec’y to the Governor,.

600 Sanford Cobb, Messenger to the Governor,

$3 each day. Commissioners of the Land Ofice-The Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the Assembly, Secretary of State, Surveyor General, Comptroller, Attorney General, and the Treasurer.

Commissioners of the Canal FundThe Lieutenant Governor, Comptrol. ler, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Surveyor General, and the Treasurer.

The Canal Board-Consists of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund and the Canal Commissioners.

Trustees of the State LibraryThe Regents of the University.

REGENTS OF TIIE UNIVERSITY,
With the Dates of their Appointment.

The Governor, ex officio.
The Lieutenant Governor, ex-officio.

The Secretary of State, ex officio.
1807, February 11, Elisha Jenkins, Hudson.
1823, February 14, Peter Wendell, M. D., Albany.
1325, January 12, John Greig, Canandaigua.

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Gulian C. Verplanck, New York.
Gerrit Y. Lansing, Albany.
John K. Paige, Albany.
Erastus Corning, Albany.
Prosper M. Wetmore, New York.
James McKown, Albany.
John L. Graham, New-York.
John McLean, Salem, Washington co.
Gideon Hawley, Albany.
David Buel, Troy.
James S. Wadsworth, Geneseo.
John V. L. Pruyn, Albany.
Jabez D. Hammond, Cherry Valley.
John L. O'Sullivan, New-York.
Robert Campbell, Bath, Steuben co.
Samuel Luckey, Rochester.
Peter Wendell, Chancellor.
John Greig, Vice Chancellor.
T. Romeyn Beck, Secretary, Albany.

CLERKS IN THE DIFFERENT STATE OFFICES. Secretary of State's Ofice-John Cuyler, Henry P. Nugent.

Comptroller's Ofice-Homer R. Phelps, Peter Keyser, Henry Tifft, Edward W. Graham, Jetur Gardiner, Brace Millerd, Homer Phelps.

Free Bank Department-William W. Van Zandt, Chief Clerk. Charles Callender, George Hanford, Registers.

Incorporated Bank Department--Thomas M. Burt, Book Keeper. Ed. mund Sloan, Register.

Canal Department-Edward James, William McGourkey, Henry C. Southwick, Jr.

Surveyor General's Office-James B. Jones.
Attorney General's Office-Hamilton W. Robinson.
Treasurer's Office- Allen C. Archibald.
Adjutant General's Office-Abm. Van Vechten.

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RATES OF TOLL Established by the Canal Board on persons and property

transported on the New York State Canals, to take effect on the opening of navigation in 1847.

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Provisions, &c. 1. On flour, salted beer and pork, butter, cheese, tallow, lard,

beer, cider, and vinegar per 1,000 pounds per mile,... 2. On bran an: shipstuffs, and oil cake or oil meal, in bulk, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

Iron, Minerals, Ores, &c. 3. On salt manufactured in this State, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 4. On foreign salt, per 1,030 pounds per mile, 5. 1st. On gypsum, the product of this State, per 1,000 pounds

per mile, 2d. On foreign ypsum, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 6. 1st. On brick, sand, lime, clay, earth, manure, iron ore, and

stone for the manufacture of lime, per 1,000 pounds

per mile,.. 211. On Icached ashes, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

3.1. On bones for manure, jer 1,000 pounds per mile, 7. On pot and pearl ashes, window glass or glass ware, manu

factured in this State, kelp, charcoal, broken castings.

scrap iron and pig iron, per 1,0,0 pounds per mile, 8. On mineral coal, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 9. On stove, and all other iron castings, except machines and

the parts thereof, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 10. On copperas anu manganese, going towards tide water,

per 1,000 pounds per mile, 11. On bar and pig leait, going towards tide water, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

Furs, Peltry, Skins, &c. 12. On furs anil peltry, (except deer, buffalo and moose skins,)

per 1,000 pounils per mile,..... 13. On deer, buffalo and moose skins, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 14. On sheep skins, and raw hides of domestic animals of the

United States, per 1,000 pounds per mile,...... 15. On imporied raw hides, of domestic and other animals, per 1,000 pounds per mile,....

Furniture, &c. 16. On household furniture, accompanied by and actually be

longing to families emigrating, per 1,000 pounds per mile, 17. On carts, wagons, sleighs, ploughs, and michanics' tools

necessary for the owner's individual use, when accompa-
nied by the owner, emigrating for the purpose of setile.
ment, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

Stone, Slate, &c.
18. On slate and tile for roofing, and stoneware, per 1,000 pounds

per mile,

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C 8. m. Ir. 19. On all stone, wrought or unwrought, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 2 0 Lumber, Wood, &c. 20. On timber, squared and round, per 100 cubic feet per mile, if carried in boats,

04 0 21. On the same, if carried in rafls, (except dock sticks, as in next item,) per 100 cubic feet per mile,

1 0 0 22. On round dock sticks, passing in cribs, separate from every other kind of timber, per 100 cubic feet per mile,

1 0 0 23. On blocks of timber for paving streets, per 1,000 pounds per mile,......

0 2 0 24. On lumber carried in boats, when weighed, per 1,000 pounds

per mile, viz:
1. On white pine, white wood, bass wood and cedar,

0 1 8 2. On oak, hickory, beech and sycamore,

1 0 3. On spruce, maple, ash and elm,

0 1 2 4. On cherry and black walnut,..

0 1 4 5. On hemlock,

0 0 6 6. On boards, plank, scantling and sawed timber, reduced

to inch measure, all kinds of red cedar, estimating that
a coril, after deducting for openings, will contain one
thousand feet, and all siding, lath, and other sawed
stuff, less than one inch thick, carried in boats, (except
such as is enumerated in rates number 26 and 35),
per 1,000 reet per mile when not weighed,

0 5 0
7. On hemlock, per 1,000 feet per nile, when not weighed, 0 2 5
8. On subs. 6 and 7, if transportet in rafis, per 1,000 feet
per mile,.....

2 0 0 25. On mahogany, (except veneering) reduced to inch measure, per 1,000 feet per mile,.......

15 0 26. Ist. On sawed lath, of less than ten feet in length, split lath,

hoop-poles, handspikes, rowing oars, broom handles,
spokes, hubs, tree-nails. felloes, boat knees, plane
stocks, pickets for fences, and siuff manufactured or
partly manufacturell for chairs or bedsteads, and hop-
poles, per 1,000 pounds per mile, ,

0 2 0 2d. On brush handles. brush backs, looking-glass backs, gun

stocks, plough beams and plough handles, per 1,000
pounds per mile,

0 2 0 27. On staves and heading and empty barrels and casks, transported in boats, per 1,000 pounds per mile,....

0 1 0 28. On the same, if transported in rafts, per 1,000 pounds per mile,...

0 5 0 29. On shingles, per 1,000 pounds per mile, carried in boats, 0 3 0 30. On the same if conveyed in rafts, per M. per mile,

0 4 0 31. On split posts, (not exceeding ten fiet in length,) and rails for

sencing, (noi exceeding fourteen feet in length,) per M.
per mile, carried in boats,.

2 0 0 32. On the same, if conreyed in rafts, per M. per mile,

8 00 33. 1st. On wood for fuel, (except such as may be used in the

manufacture of salt, which shall be exempt from toll,)
per cord per mile,...

0 50 2d. On tan bark, per cord per mile,.

1 0 0 34. On the same, if transported in rafts, per cord per mile,

2 0 0 35. On sawed stuff for window blinds, not exceeding one-fourth

of an inch in thickness, and window sashes, per 1,000
pounds per mile, .

0 50

cts. m. fr. Agricultural Productions, &c. 36. Ist. On wool, per 1,000 pounds per mile,.

04 0 2d. On cotton, per 1,000 pounds per mile,....

0 2 0 37. On live cattle, sheep, hogs, horns, hoofs and bones, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 2 0 38. On horses, (and each horse when not weighed to be com. puted at 900 pounds,) per 1,000 pounds per mile,.....

0 3 0 39. On rags and junk, per 1,000 pounds per mile,..

0 4 0 40. 1st. On manilla, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 4 0 21. On hemp and unmanufactured tobacco going towards tide water, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 1 0 30. On unmanufactured tobacco going from tide water, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 4 0 41. On pressed hay and pressed broom corn, per 1,000 pounds per mile,...

0 2 0 42. Ist. On corn, per 1,000 pounds per mile,....

0 3 0 24. On potatoes, apples and onions, per 1,000 pounds per mile,....

0 1 0 3d. On wheat and all other agricultural productions of the

United States, not particularly specified, and not being
merchandize, per 1,000 pounds per mile,

0 4 0 43. On merchandize, per 1,000 pounds per mile, viz: 1. On sugar, molasses, coffee, nails and spikes, iron, steel,

and crockery, oysters and clams in the shell, going
from tide water, ....

0 5 0 2. On other merchandise,

0 8 0 3. On mineral water, ..

04 Articles not enumerated. 44. On all article: not enumerated or excepted, passing from tide water, per 1,000 pounds per mile, .

0 8 0 45. On all articles not enumerated or excepted, passing towards tide water, per 1000 pounds per mile, 1..

0 4 0 Boats and Passengers. 46. On boats used chiefly for the transportation of persons, navi

gating the canals, per mile, viz: 1. Genesee Valley, Cayuga and Seneca, and Cheningo Canals,

3 0 0 2. All other canals,

5 0 0 47. On boats used chiefly for the transportation of property per mile,...

2 0 0 48. On all persons over ten years of age, per mile,

0 0 5 49. On all articles of the manufacture of the United States, going

towards tide water, although they may be enumerated in
the foregoing list, per 1,000 pounds per mile,........

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STATE OF N-w-YORK, CANAL DEPARTMENT,

Albany, April 12, 1847. I CERTIFY the foregoing to be correct copy from the minutes of the Canal Board, on file in this office.

G, W. NEWELI., Chief Clerk.

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