boomage


boomage
A charge imposed by the proprietor of a canal for the use of a terminal as an anchorage. Watts v Savannah & 0. Canal Co. 64 Ga 88; a charge made by a booming company for collecting and distributing logs which have accumulated at its boom. 34 Am J1st Logs § 89.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • boomage — noun a) A fee charged by the owner of a boom for its use in storing logs. b) A fee charged for the use of the area where a boom is tied …   Wiktionary

  • boomage — boom·age …   English syllables

  • boomage — A charge on logs for use of a boom in collecting, storing, or rafting them. A right of entry on riparian lands to fasten booms and boom sticks …   Black's law dictionary

  • boomage — A charge on logs for use of a boom in collecting, storing, or rafting them. A right of entry on riparian lands to fasten booms and boom sticks …   Black's law dictionary

  • boomage — mij noun ( s) Etymology: boom (II) + age : a tax or toll formerly paid for the use of a log boom …   Useful english dictionary


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