The Public Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut, as Revised and Enacted by the General Assembly, in May, 1821

The Public Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut, as Revised and Enacted by the General Assembly, in May, 1821

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1824 edition. Excerpt: ...the treasury of the state: Provided that shingles imported from the state of New-York, and which have been inspected and branded in said state agreeably to the laws of said state, shall not be subject to the requirements of this tfct. Sect. 11. Staves and heading for exportation shall be of the following dimensions, to wit: all white oak pipe staves, four feet eight inches long, and three and a half inches in width; white oak hogshead staves three and a half feet long, and three and a half inches in width-, white ijak barrel staves two feet and a half long, and three and a half inches wide; white oak hogshead heading two and an half feet long, and at least five inches in width, and all free from sap; all black or red oak hogshead staves, shall be three and a half feet long, and three and a half inches wide; all long sugar hogshead staves, shall be four feet and seven inches long, and three and a half inches wide; and all staves and heading shall not be less than five eighths of an inch thick at the thinnest edge. No pine boards shall be deemed merchantable, unless the same are one inch thick, and square edge. Sect. 12. Every inspector of pot and pearl ashes, and nay, shall brand on one head of every barrel, cask or keg by him inspected, the initial letter of his christian name, and his surname at full length, and the name of the town where the same shall he inspected, and also the kind, quality and weight of all pot and pearl ashes, and also mark the tare thereon. And all casks for containing butter or lard for exportation, shall he well made of good white oak timber, and well trimmed, and shall not contain more than forty-five pounds. All casks for pot and pearl ashes, shall be of the following dimensions, to wit-. twenty-nine inches in length, ..show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 413g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 123658340X
  • 9781236583406