Annual Report of the State Engineer and Surveyor on the Canals of New York

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1859 accompanied by volume of maps with title: Engravings of plans, profiles and maps, illustrating the standard models, from which are built the important structures on the New York State canals.

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Page 30 - Ocean, the first thing which strikes us is, that, the north-east and south-east monsoons, which are found the one on the north and the other on...
Page 3 - ... 1915. Statement as to the Issue of $25,000,000. State of Louisiana, Port Commission Harbor Improvement Five Per Cent. Gold Bonds, July 2, 1915. Efficiency Report on the Port of New Orleans, April 18, 1914. 9. New York, State of. Report of the Barge Canal Terminal Commission for 1911, in two volumes. Report of the State Engineer and Surveyor on the New York State Barge Canal, 1915. 10. New York, City of. Chamber of Commerce. Reports on improvement of the terminal facilities of the port of New...
Page 31 - It is hoped that the attention of the Legislature will be
Page 12 - The number and tonnage capacity of the boats built and registered in each year since 1843-, has been as follows : Boat*.
Page 6 - Black River feeder and pond above dam, 12.09 " Delta feeder, 1.38 " Black River improvement, 42.50
Page 22 - Cohoes; from one mile north of Waterford to the crossing of the Hudson river, two and a quarter miles south of Fort Miller, a distance of twenty-five miles, the supply is from the Hudson river at Saratoga dam; from that point to Whitehall, a distance of thirty-five miles, the supply is from Glen's Fallsfeeder and Wood creek. SUPPLY OF WATER FOR BLACK RIYER CANAL. From.
Page 12 - STATEMENT showing the total cost of construction of the New York State canals, together with the cost of repairs, Maintenance• and collection; also the total amount of tolls received from each.
Page 5 - ENGINEER DEPARTMENT. Act, chap. 477, Laws of 1865, authorizes the appointment, by the Canal Board, of three Division and three Resident Engineers; and act, chap. 794, Laws of 1866, authorizes the appointment of an additional Resident Engineer in charge of the Chenango canal extension. The existing laws, therefore, only recognizes seven official engineers.
Page 17 - ... been contributed by the State, then that part of the waters of Fish creek diverted for the use of the long level and not returned to this river through the Oneida Lake canal, and at the Lodi lock, is so small that it could be easily and fully made up by the construction of compensating reservoirs at the head waters of Fish creek, which it has been ascertained by recent examinations could be constructed at a small expense...
Page 60 - STATEMENT of engineering upon construction of Oneida Lake canal, together with incidental expenses, for the fiscal year ending September 30th, 1870.

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