Annual Report of the Forest Commission of the State of New York
The Commission, 1886
"Compendium of laws relative to the Adirondack wilderness from 1774-1894": 1893, v. 2.
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ACQUIRED BY TAX ACRES ACQUIRED action Adirondack Agriculture American amount assessed bark become belonging cause clearing Commissioners comptroller Continued County Treas covered CROSSFIELD's PURCHASE culture DESCRIPTION destroyed destruction dollars E’ly East Essex feet fire forest commission forest preserve forest trees forestry Franklin ground growing growth HAMILTON COUNTY hemlock highway Hudson hundred interest Island Lake Lake Pleasant lands leaving logs London lot line lumber miles mountain N. W. cor N’ly natural North notice original Paragraph Paris parties passed PATENT person pine planting Point prevent railroad region river road S’ly says ship shore side soil sold South spruce square streams supply Survey TAX SALE thereof timber titles TOTTEN AND CROSSFIELD's Town Township TRACT W’ly West wide woodlands woods York
Página 136 - ... any tree or timber on the land of another person, or on the street or highway in front of any person's house, village, or city lot, or cultivated grounds; or on the commons or public grounds of any city or town, or on the street or highway in front thereof, without lawful authority...
Página 137 - In any other case, by imprisonment for not more than six months, or by a fine of not more than two hundred and fifty dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Página 135 - Louisiana, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction before any justice of the peace of...
Página 8 - ... dollars for every tree cut or carried away by him or under his direction. The forest commission may, with the consent of the attorney-general and comptroller, employ attorneys and counsel to prosecute any such action or to defend any action brought against the commission or any of its members or subordinates arising out of their or his official conduct with relation to the forest preserve.
Página 158 - State lands which may in his judgment be in unfair proportion to the remaining assessments of lands within the town, and shall in other respects approve the assessment and communicate such approval, and no such assessment of State lands shall be valid for any purpose until the amount of the assessment is so approved by the Comptroller, and such approval, attached and deposited with the assessmentroll of the town and therewith delivered by the assessors of the town to the supervisor of the town, or...
Página 133 - ... be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction, shall be punished by fine or imprisonment, or both, at the discretion of the court; such fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, and such imprisonment not to exceed sixty days.
Página 6 - All the lands now owned or which may hereafter be acquired by the State of New York...
Página 133 - Every person negligently setting fire to his own woods, or negligently suffering a fire kindled upon his own wood or fallow land, to extend beyond his own land, shall forfeit treble damages to the party injured thereby.
Página 10 - ... the extent of area burned over, to the best of his information, together with the probable amount of property destroyed, specifying the value of timber, as near as may be, and amount of cord-wood, logs, bark or other forest product, and of fencing, bridges and buildings that have been burned.