Boomage refers to a fee that is charged by a company for collecting and distributing logs that have accumulated in its boom. Here, log refers to a line of sawed logs that are collected and sorted on a stream’s surface. It is a right to enter on riparian lands to fasten booms. Boomage is also considered as an anchorage fee charged by a canal proprietor. [Proprietors of Side-Booms in Androscoggin River v. Haskell, 7 Me. 474 (Me. 1831)].