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Identifier: annualreport131415190newy (find matches)
Title: Annual report
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: New York (State). Forest, Fish and Game Commission
Subjects: Forests and forestry Fisheries Game and game-birds
Publisher: (Albany, N.Y. : The Commission)
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t report isbrought down to September 30, 1907, it does not include taxes on anylands purchased since July, 1906. Furthermore, the town assessorsare accustomed to omit water areas, which, on the other hand, areincluded in my computation of the total acreage within the ForestPreserve. 106 THIRTEENTH REPORT OF THE FOREST, FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONER. The high tax rate per acre in the Adirondack counties as comparedwith that of the Catskill region is due to a large area of valuable timberlands in the former districts, a large proportion of which has not beenlumbered. The town having the highest tax rate is that of Long Lake,Hamilton county, in which the State lands on an average were taxed atthe rate of over ten cents per acre. This high rate was caused in part bythe value of the State forests in that county and, largely by the tax rate,which is higher in that town than in any other of the Adirondack counties. Very respectfully, William F. Fox,Supt. State Forests.Albany, December 31, 1907.
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AN UP TO DATE PORTAGE Report of the Department of ForestryFor the year 1908 Hon. James S. Whipple, Forest, Fish and Game Commissioner: SIR. — The work of the Forestry Department for 1908, as usual, wasvaried and consisted of the administration and protection of overone and one-half million acres of land owned by the State situatedin twelve Adirondack and four Catskill counties; the protection from fireof all forest lands in the Adirondacks and Catskills, without regard toownership; gathering statistics from the many hundred sawmills and pulpmills within the State and then tabulating these returns in order to ascer-tain the kinds, and total amount of timber cut during the previous year.Reforesting State land has also been carried on extensively and has nowbecome one of the most important kinds of work performed by this Depart-ment. Additional lands have been acquired for the Adirondack and Cats-kill Parks; several investigations have been made, the results of which willbe embodied in

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  • bookyear:1902
  • bookdecade:1900
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  • bookauthor:New_York__State___Forest__Fish_and_Game_Commission
  • booksubject:Forests_and_forestry
  • booksubject:Fisheries
  • booksubject:Game_and_game_birds
  • bookpublisher:_Albany__N_Y____The_Commission_
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Identifier: annualreport131415190newy (find matches) Title: Annual report Year: 1902 (1900s) Authors: New York (State). Forest, Fish and Game Commission Subjects: Forests and forestry Fisheries Game and game-birds Publisher: (Albany, N.Y. : The Commission) Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: t report isbrought down to September 30, 1907, it does not include taxes on anylands purchased since July, 1906. Furthermore, the town assessorsare accustomed to omit water areas, which, on the other hand, areincluded in my computation of the total acreage within the ForestPreserve. 106 THIRTEENTH REPORT OF THE FOREST, FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONER. The high tax rate per acre in the Adirondack counties as comparedwith that of the Catskill region is due to a large area of valuable timberlands in the former districts, a large proportion of which has not beenlumbered. The town having the highest tax rate is that of Long Lake,Hamilton county, in which the State lands on an average were taxed atthe rate of over ten cents per acre. This high rate was caused in part bythe value of the State forests in that county and, largely by the tax rate,which is higher in that town than in any other of the Adirondack counties. Very respectfully, William F. Fox,Supt. State Forests.Albany, December 31, 1907. Text Appearing After Image: AN UP TO DATE PORTAGE Report of the Department of ForestryFor the year 1908 Hon. James S. Whipple, Forest, Fish and Game Commissioner: SIR. — The work of the Forestry Department for 1908, as usual, wasvaried and consisted of the administration and protection of overone and one-half million acres of land owned by the State situatedin twelve Adirondack and four Catskill count
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