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NEW YORK STATE CANALS:

officers of, 1878. ............

453-456

resolutions relative to canal claims.....

456

repair sections........

457-459

superintendents appointed in 1878...........

459

principal places on, and distances from each other........

460-469

amount received by collectors on, for tolls, penalties, etc., from

1870 to 1877..........

470-474

tons of total movement on all canals, from 1841 to 1877.................. 475

value of total movement upon canals, from 1841 to 1877.

476

tolls paid on total movement upon articles and boats and passen-

gers, annually, from 1841 to 1877.................

477

total tons which came to Hudson river from Champlain canal,

from 1841 to 1877

478

total tons which came to Hudson river from Erie canal, from 1841

to 1877..............

479

total tons of each class of articles which came to the Hudson river

from Erie and Champlain canals, from 1841 to 1877......

180

tons of merchandise going to other states by way of Buffalo, from

1855 to 1877.............

481

tons of furniture going to other states by way of Buffalo from 1852

to 1877.............

482

statement showing tendency of lockages on Erie canal.................. 483

rates of tolls, 1878...................................................................

484 491

free list..............................................

492

AGRICULTURAL:

state agricultural society, officers for 1878....................................

493

oficers of county agricultural societies, 1878 ............

494-499

officers of town and union agricult Bocieties, 1878.................... 500-503

officers of Indian agricultural societies......................

503

504-511

512-514

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PAGE.

Acres of land assessed in 1877, statement relative to...................

308

Adirondack survey, superintendent of.......

247

Adjutant-general's office, clerks in.

241

Adjutants-general, 1847 to 1875.

450

Aggregate valuation of real and personal estate, and rate of taxation

for 1877....

310

Agricultural societies, officers of county........................................

494-499

Indian, officers of.................

503

state officers of.....................

493

town and unlon, officers of....

500

Albany county, population of.............

110

in third Judicial district. ...

251

in sixteenth congressional district.

218

thirteenth senate district.............

379

four assembly districts in.....................

381

Allegany county, population of............

111

in eighth judicial district......

251

in twenty-ninth congressional district...

218

in thirtieth senate district...............

380

one assembly district....

381

amendments to constitution of the United States..

23

Annuities, Indian.....

• 307

Apportionment of school moneys, 1878.................

291

Appraisers, canal, and clerks in office of...............

239

ASSEMBLY :

committees................

406-412

districts............

381

members of, by counties and districts......................................... 388-391

with home post-office and Albany residence .......

392-400

officers of, with home post-office and Albany residence....

401-403

order of business in.............

417

reporters of, with home post-office and Albany residence......... 404

rules and orders of...................................................................

413

absence of quorum...................

432

chamber, and the privileges of admission to the floor thereof... 431

bills, manner of introducing, etc............................................

425

committee of the whole, proceedings in..................

424

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ASSEMBLY - Continued.

PAGE. committees and their duties.....

420 committees may employ a clerk............ ............

433 debate, order in.........

419 duties of stenographer..................................

134 expenditures, resolutions calling for, to be referred....................... 430 general and special orders....................................

423 journal, reading of the..........................................

417 to be printed......

432 yeas and nays to be entered..................................................

432 miscellaneous provisions........................

432 members requesting to be excused from voting........................... 435 motions and their precedence.......................................................

428 order and decorum..... of business..........

417 pages...........

430 previous question, how put.

430 questions, when to be divided....................................................."

432 questions of order.................

434 quorum, proceedings in case of absence of................................... 432 resolutions, proceedings relative to................................

430 relative to printing and expenditures of the house to be referred........

430 rights and duties of members........

418 rules not to be suspended except on notice...................................

433 speaker, powers and duties of.....

417 pro tem.........

417 tie vote.............

432 senate and, joint rules of..

436 speakers of, from 1777 to 1878......

.......... 232, 233 stationery for reporters, duty of clerk relative to..

432 stenographer's duties..........

434 Asylum for insane criminals............................... •

243 Asylums for insane....

.................................. 243 Assessors of the state of New York, list of............

241 Attorneys, district...

271 Attorneys-general, from 1771 to 1877.....

228 Attorney-general's office, clerks and deputy in............

236 Auburn prison, officers of......................

242 Auditor of canal department, powers and duties of............

454

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474 240

B.
Baldwinsville canal, amount received for tolls, penalties, etc., OD....
Bank department, clerks in...........
BANKS:

aggregate of resources and liabilities of the state banks in city of

New York........ comparative statement of sundry items of resources and liabilities

of the state banks......

318

319

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BANKS - Continued.

PAOL. doing business under the laws of this state. September 22, 1877.... 314-316 summary showing aggregate of resources and liabilities of banks

of this state..................................................................... 317 savings........................

320 Black River caual, amount received for tolls, penalties, etc., on......... 472 distances on...........................................................................................

468 Board of commissioners of the state survey........

246 Boards of supervisors, clerks of......

286 Bounty debt sinking fund...........

306 Bounty debt, amount of tax collected on account of....

312 Brigade, officers of, in New York state national guard.

448 Broome county, population of................

111, 112 in sixth judicial district............

251 In twenty-eighth congressional district ....................

218 in twenty-fourth senate district......................

379 one assembly district............

381 Bureau of military statistics, clerks in, and Janitor

242

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0. Calendar for 1878 ....................

1-12 Canal appraisers, and clerks in office of............

239 duties of....................................................

454 board .....

238 duties of ...

454 claims, resolution relative to

456 commissioners from 1847 to 1876..........................................................

230 department, clerks in......

237 auditor of, powers and duties of.....................................................

454 fund, commissioners of .................................................................................

238-453 Superintendent of public works ..................................

237 duties of...

454 CANALS: engineers employed on the ........................................

237 free list............... list of principal places on, and their distances from each other...... 460 officers for 1878.

453 rates of toll on....

484-492 summary of ......

469 superintendent sections........

457 superintendents appointed in 1878...............

459 statement showing tendency of lockages on Erie.......

* 483 statement showing the amount received by collectors on............... 470-474

recapitulation of ................. tolls paid on "total movement” of articles, and upon boats and passengers, from 1841 to 1877.

477 tons of furniture going to other States by way of Buffalo.

482 tons of merchandise going to other States by way of Buffalo.............. 481 tons of "total movement” of articles on, from 1841 to 1877..... ............

475

492

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OANALS - Continued.

PAGE. total tons of articles which came to the Hudson river from the Champlain, from 1841 to 1877.......

478 which came to the Hudson river from the Erie, from 1841 to 1877, 479 which came to the Hudson river from the Erie and Champlain, from 1841 to 1877.............

480 value of“total movement" of articles on all.........

476 Capitol, trustees of..................

239 commissioners ...

244 Cattaraugus county, population of.......

112 in eighth Judicial district

251 in thirty-third congressional district

218 in thirty-second senate district

380 two assembly districts in

381 Cayuga and Seneca canal, amount received for tolls, etc., on.................. 471 distance on...............

466 Cayuga county, population of ................

113 inlet, amount of tolls received, etc................................................

474 in seventh judicial district......

251 in twenty-sixth congressional district............................................... 218 in twenty-fifth senate district ...................................................

380 two assembly districts in...........

381 Census of the Stat New York, population by towns.................... 110-142 by counties...............

............................. 142-143 of the United States...................

145 voters in State, census of 1865 and 1875...

144 Champlain canal, amount received for tolls, penalties, etc., on............... 471 distances on.....

464 total tons of each class of articles which came to the Hudson river, from 1841 to 1877.......

478 which came to Hudson river from Erie and Champlain canals............ 480 Chautauqua county, population of

114 in eighth Judicial district ..........

251 in thirty-third congressional district ...............

218 in thirty-second senate district..................

380 two assembly districts in

381 Charities, board of.............

244 Chemung canal, amount received for tolls, penalties, etc., on .............. 472 distances on............

466 Chemung county, population of ................

114 in sixth Judicial district...........

251 in twenty-ninth congressional district............

218 in twenty-seventh senate district

380 one assembly district.......

382 Chenango canal, amount received for tolls, penalties, etc., on................. 472 distances on................

465 Chenango county, population of..............

115 in sixth judicial district..........

251 in twenty-first congressional district...

218 in twenty-third senate district................

380

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