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IN ASSEMBLY,
January 27, 1831.

*- ANNUAL REPORT

Of George W. Gunn, an Inspector of Beef and Pork for the county of Cayuga.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York.

In conformity to the Revised Statutes, chapter 17th, title 2nd, article 12th and section 185, I, George W. Gunn, inspector of beef and pork for the county of Cayuga,

RESPECTFULLY REPORT:

That I have the year ending on the first day of January 1831, inspected 740 bbls. of pork and 168 bbls. of beef. Total 908 bbls. viz:

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258 barrels mess pork,........... worth $10 per bbl. $2,580 00

30 “ thin mess pork,....... “ 9 “ 270 00 452 “ prime pork, .......... “ 8 “ 3,616 00 86 mess beef, ........... “ 64 “ 559 00 82 “ prime beef, .......... “ 4; “ 369 00 $7,394 00

Fees, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - e - - - - $108 00

I would beg leave to suggest to the consideration of your honorable body, the propriety of making some provision for the disposal of hams, in prime pork—As the law now is, a barrel of prime pork must consist of not more than three shoulders, nor more than 24 lbs. of heads, and the rest to be made up of side, neck and tail pieces—ma

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king no provision for the packing of hams in prime pork. It is a universal practice in this section of the country, and, I believe, throughout the state, for inspectors to put into a barrel of prime pork, three hams, the letter of the law to the contrary notwithstanding. GEORGE W. GUNN, Inspectar. Genoa, Cayuga Co. January 24th, 1831.

IN ASSEMBLY,

January 27, 1831.

ANNUAL REPORT

Of A. Dennistoun, an Inspector of Lumber for the

city and county of New-York.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York.

The subscriber, an inspector of lumber for the city and county of New-York, respectfully submits the following report. Inspected and

measured by him, during the year 1830,

Feet.

349,120 mercht. sawed timber, ... . . average value per M. $10 50 122,899 2nd 4. “ . . . . . (4 44 5 25 64, 188 mercht. eastern boards, .... 4% &c. 12 50 71,723 refuse {{ “. . . . . so &Q 6 25

283,718 mercht. Albany boards and plank, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4. &Q 12 50 6,521 refuse Albany boards & plank 44 44 6 25

47,232 mercht. southern yellow pine boards and plank, . . . . . . . (4 Co. 21 00

21,349 2nd southern yellow pine boards and plank, ....... * - .. 10 50 9,204 mercht, thin siding, . . . . . . . . -- -- 1 1 00 867 refuse & C - - - - - - - ço 44 5 50 109 mercht, cubic locust timber, per foot . . . . . . . . . . . 75 48 refuse 44 44 (4 - - - - - - - 874 3, 158 hemlock scantling,........ average value per M. 11 00 35,354 whitewood boards, ... . . . . . *4 44 1 1 00 21,791 mercht. ash plank, ... . . . . . * { {{ 17 00 4,832 refuse {{ - - - - - - - - {{ 44 8 50 -- 4. 20 00

1,865 black walnut, . . . . . . . . . . . . [A. No. 110.] 1

Feet.

3,429 cherry boards and plank,...average value per M. $1500 1,127 merch. hardwoodjoists, maple, 44 &c. 13 00 421 refuse o {{ 44 44 6 50 84 mercht, cedar boards, ...... 44 (4. 9 00 376 refuse “. . . . . . . 44 & 4 4 50 4,512 mercht. oak scantling, . . . . . . (4 to 11 00 3,492 refuse (w - - - - - - 44 o 5 50 1,158 clear pine boards and plank, • { &c. 25 00 123,570 mercht. cypress shingles, ... 4. &c. 3 00 42,100 culls 4. &Q. - - - &c. 44 62;

Amount of fees, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $406 88

A. DENNISTOUN, Inspector. New-York, 24th Jan. 1831.

IN Assembly,
January 27, 1831.

ANNUAL REPORT

Of George Seaman, an Inspector of Pot and Pearl Ashes for the city and county of New-York.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York.

Report of pot and pearl ashes inspected in the county of NewYork, from the 11th day of Feb. 1830, up to the 1st, day of Jan. 1831, pursuant to the 185th section of the 27th chapter of the Revised Statutes of the state of New-York; the average price of which, and the probable value thereof, as near as I have been able to ascer

tain the same, is set opposite to the respective qualities and quan

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