Definition of Stumpages
1. stumpage [n] - See also: stumpage
Lexicographical Neighbors of Stumpages
Literary usage of Stumpages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Meaning of the Times: And Other Speeches by Albert Jeremiah Beveridge (1908)
"Mr. Beveridge: The old stumpages looked as if it had been cut some years before. It was six years ago that I saw it. I was informed on authority sufficient ..."
2. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1916)
"... the investments of purchasers may be threatened or wiped out by fire, and the stumpages prices paid by them must compensate for the risks of operation. ..."
3. Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Courts of the United States for by William Burnham Woods (1883)
"... in the collection of rents, stumpages, and to sell and take charge of the lands of the company, and acted in the matter without probable cause. ..."
4. Design and Construction of Hydroelectric Plants: Including a Special by Rufus Charles Beardsley (1907)
"While on the ground decide about what the coefficient of roughness will be, making allowance for bends in the river, undulating ground, stumpages, ..."
5. Report by Maine. Forest Commissioner (1906)
"... the land and stumpages are owned by individuals, the right to fish and hunt on these lands has ..."
6. Acts of the General Assembly of His Majesty's Province of New Brunswick by New Brunswick (1873)
"... or sell the said lands under any powers in that behalf in the said mortgage contained ; and the receipt of the rents, profits and stumpages of the said ..."
7. Pulp and Paper Investigation Hearings: April 25, 1908-Feb. 19, 1909, with by James Robert Mann (1909)
"... be added to the value of Canadian stumpages, or after the elimination of the American mills to any increase in the value of their product. ..."