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2dd day of September, 1881.

E. G. MORGAN,
Secretary of Board of Railroad ComrrUssUmert



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REPORT



Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha



RAILWAY COMPANY,



FOB THE MONTH ENDING JUNE 30, 1881.



GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE MONTH.

Total income $

Total expenses (including taxes)



Rentals (specifying amount to each company):

Illinois Centrfl $ 1,000.00

St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manatoba. . 1,350.00

Interest accrued during month

Interest paid during month

Interest on funded debt

Interest paid on funded debt

Interest on other debt

Interest paid on other debt

Balance for the month, profit

Balance at commencement of month

Add entries made in profit and loss account during the year

not included in the above statement

Interest falling due during month not paid

Balance June 80, 1881, deficit



404.561.69
274,980.14



Net income $ 129,631.55



2,850.00

74,573.88

125,640.00

74,021.38

125,640.00

552.50

552.50

52,707.72

152,668.85

2,466.39
11,718.00
97,489.74



ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

From local passengers $ 68,832.52

From through passengers 40,576.88

From express and extra baggage 4,764.74

From mails 6,388.67

From other sources, passenger department. 225.00



ToM mminifs from passenger department $ 120,687.67



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From local freight S iao,9KA

From through freight. U^UX

From other sources, freight department esskH



Total earnings from freight department $ 288378.7g

Total transportation earnings $ 404^L9



Income from all sources, specifying same:
Elevators



2,466^



Total income from all sources $ ^CHfiH&J^



Proportion for Iowa $

Earnings per mile of road operated

Receipts from passenger trains per train mile run (64,210

miles)

Receipts from freight trains per train mile run (307,238 miles).

AKALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Salaries of general officers and clerks $

Insurance

Stationery and printing

Outside agencies and advertising

Contingencies and miscellaneous

New York office expenses

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle-guards)

Repairs of buildings

Repairs of tools and machinery

Rents

Repairs of fences, road-crossings, and signs

Renewal of rails

Renewal of ties

Repairs of road-bed and track

Repairs of locomotives

Fuel for locomotives

Oil and waste

Locomotive service, salaries and wages

Repairs of passenger cars

Passenger and freight train service, salaries and wages

Passenger train supplies

Repairs of freight cars

Mileage freii^ht cars, debit balances

Expenses Missouri River transfer

Loss and damage, freight and baggage

Loss and damajg^, property and cattle, including losses by fire.

Personal injunes

Agents and station service, salaries and wages

Station supplies



Taxes in Iowa

Taxes in other States



28,841iS
423j8»



517.9$

l,12li»

49&SS



497i&
9,41S.43

700.44
2,826^



740.#
19,95(S^
13,5«7i5
52^1157
10,572it
35,806.4^

2,037.65
19,35<L»

5,441J(
1445&»

1/H1.44
20,710.49

2310i«

1,887.49
284.M

2,268.^1

525^

24.982JS6

2349.29



Total operating expenses $ 281,19(157



994i(>
12,739XfI



Total operating expenses and taxes $ 274,930.14

Maintenance of way $ 9(1399^

Maintenance of motive power and cars 36,7:^434

Conducting transportation 108420.77

General expenses 3548&i4



Total.



.$ 274,930J4



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1882.] CHICAGO, St. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA RT CO. 295



RECAPITULATION OF EXPENSES.

Total expenses of operating the road $ 274,930.14

Proportion for Iowa $ 28,414.82

Per mile of road operated 287.92

Per train mile for passenger, freight and mixed trains (miles

271,443) 1.01

Percentage of expenses to earnings 67.96

Net earnings per train mile (271,443 miles) cents 48

GENERAL RECAPITULATION.

Total earnings $ 404,561 .69

Total operating expenses and taxes 274,930.14

Net earnings —earnings above operating expenses and taxes 129,631.65

Percentage of net earnings to stock and debt. . . : 83

Percent^ of net earnings to cost of road and equipment — 37

BALANCE SHEET.

ASSETS.

Construction and equipment account $ 35,109,978.29

Other permanent investments (as foUoios) :

Land grant balance $ 227,875.99

Stock of Union Depot Co., St. Paul 49,700.00

Stock of C. St. P., M. & O. K'y Co 282,171.65

Stock of H.&R.F. R'yCo 121,500.00

Bonds of St. P., S. T. F. R. R. for St. Paul

depotgoods 31,573.60

Bonds of C, St. P. & M. R'y Co 1,873,707.23

Bonds of C, St. P., M. & O. R'y Co 174^75.00

-^ 2,760,903.37

Cash items (as follows) :

Cash 31,437,892.46

Bills receivable 296,895.58

Due from agents and companies 444,563.12

2,179,351.16

Other assets (as follows) :

Materials and supplies 526,622.35

Proflt and loss balance (if deficit) i . . 97,489.74

TokU assets $ 40.674,344.91

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock $ 23,426,666.67

Funded debt 16,156,175.00

Unfunded debt (as follouos) :

Interest unpaid 3231,076.58

Dividends unpaid 932.75

Notes payable 344,637.58

Vouchers and accounts 514,866.33

1,091,503.24

Total liabilities $ 40,674,344.91



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REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.



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MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.

Passenger train mUeage 64,210

Treight train mileage 157,866

Switching train mileage 4»Jf78

Other tram mileage 77/WO

Total train mileage SifigsU

Number of local passengers 5<Xfl06

Number of through passengers 8,886

Total number of passengers W,^l

Local passenger mileage (local passengers carried one mile) . . 2,530,414
Through passenger mileage (through passengers carried one

mile) lfiS»^

Number tons of local freight carried in Iowa 5,919

Number tons of local freight carried east in Iowa 517

Number tons of local freight carried west in Iowa 4.4(B

Number tons through freight carried in Iowa 8,777

Number tons through freight carried east in Iowa 2,405

Number tons through freight carried west in Iowa 1,372

Total number tons freight carried 135,048

Local freight mileage (tons local freight carried one mile) 13,9B4,0M

Through freight mileage (tons through freight cai^ied one

mile).... 10.090,286

Average number of cars in passenger-trains 5i7

Number of miles run by loaded freight cars east 63O;307

Number of miles run by caboose cars 55,264

Number of miles run by loaded freight cars west 1,180.610

Number of miles run by caboose cars west 65,264

Number of miles run by empty freight cars east 532,833

Number of miles run by empty freight cars west 77,112

Percentage of empty freight cars hauled east 87-36

Percentage of empty freight cars hauled west — 12.64

Average number of cars in freight train 15.71

Average number of persons employed 3,648

Miles run by passenger, mail and baggage cars east 169^

Miles run by passenger, mail and baggage cars west 109^

Miles run by freight cars east » 1,218,463

Miles run by freight cars west 1,262^986

Mileage local passengers (east) 1,24<»,8T8

Mileage local passengers (west) 1,270^541

Mileage through passengers (east) 279,084

Mileage through passengers (west) 1^10;905

Mileage local freight (east) 3,582,725

Mileage local freight (west) 10,401J^

Mileage through freight (east) 6,424,491

Mileage through freight (went) •. 3,665,805

Bate of speed of passenger and express trains, including stops,

about (miles) 21

Rate of speed of freight trains, including stops, about (miles) 11



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1882.] CHICAGO. St. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA R'Y CO. 297
TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED.

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Tons. OKMT.

Grain 19.636 14.64

Flour 10,723 1M

Provisions (beef, pork, lard, etc.) 756 .56

Animals 1,810 1.84

Other agricultural products 8,130 6.02

Lumber and forest products 42351 31.36

Coal 2,471 1.88

Plaster ! 257 .19

Salt 613 .38

Railroad iron—iron and steel rails 7,063 5.28

Other iron and castings 270 .20

Oil 267 .19

Stone and brick .• 1.887 1.36

Merchandise, and other articles not enumerated above 38,975 28.86

Total tons carried 185,048 100

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

Length of main line of road from Elroy to Omaha 691.87

Length of main line of road from No. Wis. Junction to ^nd of

track 120.00

Length of main line of road in Iowa 81.25

Length of main line of road in Wisconsin 297.70

Length of main line of road in Minnesota 207.42

Length of main line of road in Nebraska 125.60

Length of line with track laid, if road is not completed, Neills-

ville Branch 14.00

Branches owned by company :

Stillwater Junction to Stillwater, length 8.80

Merrillan to Neillsville, length 14.00

Stillwater to Lake St. Croix via So. Stillwater, length — 4.39

' Hudson to River Falls, length 12.00

Eau Claire to Lumber Mills, length 2.74

Menomonee Junction to* Menomonee, length 8.01

Lake Crystal to Elmore, length 44.00

Herron Lake to Woodstock, length 44.00

Sioux Falls Junction to Hartford, length 73.00

Luveme to Doon, length 28.00

Cobum Junction to Ponca, length 15.82

Missouri River Transfer Tracks, length 2.25

Total length of branches owned by company — : 247.01

Total length of branches owned by company in Iowa 17.44

Total length of branches owned by company in Minnesota . . . 149.28
Total length of branches owned by company in Wisconsin . . . 31.75
Total length of branches owned by company in Nebraska — 18.07
Total length of branches owned by company in Dakota Ter-
ritory 30.47

Total length of road belonging to this company '. — 934.88

Aggregate length of sidings and other tracks not above enu-
merated 63.80

Same in Iowa 6.37

Aggregate length of track, computed as single track 988.68

Same in Iowa 80.06

Total length of steel rails in tracks in Iowa 16.42

Total length of iron rails in tracks in Iowa 68.64

Weights per yard, steel, 50 pounds.
Weights per yard, iron, 50 pounds.

Gauge of track 4 feet 6J4 in.

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298 REPORT OP RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C2.



KOADS AND BRANCHBS BELONGING TO OTHER COMPANIES, OPERATED BY
THIS COMPANY UNDER LEASE OR CONTRACT.

Name, description, and length of each :

St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, St. Paul to Minneapolis,

len^h laoo

Illiijois Central, Lemars to Sioux City, length 2400

Total length of above roads 34X10

Total length of above roads in Iowa 24*00

Total length of above roads in Minnesota 10.00

Total miles of road operated by this company 854.88

Total miles of road operated by this company in Iowa 98.08

Number of stations in Iowa on all roads operated by this

company 12

Number of telegraph offices in same 9

Number of stations on all roads owned by this company 164

Same in Iowa 10

EMPLOYES— APPROXIMATE.

Number of persons regularly employed on all roads operated

by company . 3,648

Same in Iowa 295

EQUIPMENT.

Number of locomotives llj

Number of passenger cars 4^

Number of baggage, mail, and express cars 2]

Number of parlor or sleeping cars J

Number of freight cars (basis of 8 wheels) 3,223

Number of other cars 5j

Maximum weight of locomotives in working order, pounds. . . 84,000

Average weight of locomotives in working order 82,600

Total length of heaviest en^ne and tender over all, feet 50

Number of locomotives equipped with train-brake 2T

Kind of brake, Westinghouse air brake.
Number of passenger cars equipped with'train-'braka AIL

Kind of brake, Westinghouse air brake.
Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and buffer. All.



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ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.



EXPRESS COMPANIES.



The American Exi)ress Company transacts the business, delivering it into
and receiving it from the cars, paying one and one half first-class rates
and transporting this company's money and other valuable packages
free of charge.



TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.



The cars of all transportation companies run over this road, this company
paying the usual mileage for same; No preference given to the cars or
freight of any company.

No cars rented by this company except in the regular interchange of busi-
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1882.] CHICAGO, St. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA RT CO. 299



;sLEEPma gars.

On main line west of St Paul sleeping cars, owned by the company, have
been run on through passenger trains, a charge of $1.50 or 62.00 per
double berth being maae, according to distance, in addition to the regu-
lar fare. On the Eastern Division the cars of the Pullman Company are
run, for which this company pays three cents per mile for use and ordi-
nary repairs. About $1 ner double berth is charged by the Pullman
Company for service on tnis line, which is in addition to the regular
first-class passenger fare.

U. S. MAIL.

The compensation paid us by the U. S. government for the transportation of
its mails is $71.82 per mile per annum on main line Iq Iowa, on terms
of service prescribed by the U. S. Post-oflftce Department.

TONNAGE CBOSSING THE MISSOURI RIVER AT SIOUX CITY, IOWA, FOR THE
MONTH ENDING, JUNE 30, 1881.

East-bound, number of tons 1,782

West-bound, number of tons. 8,857

Total 10,081

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

rotoZca?pe7wfed/oro(>n*trMC<<(markic5t*ipm€n^$ 35,109,978.29
Average cost of construction and equipment per mue of road

(not including sidings) 934.88 miles 37,555.60

Proportion of cost for Iowa on basis of miles 2306,027.76

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

Total cost of road and equipment $ 35,109,978.29

Average cost of same per mile 37,555.60

Proportion of same for Iowa 2,805,027.76

Number of railroad crossings over other railroads:
St. Paul & Duluth, near St. Paul.

KATES OF FARE, ETC.

Average rate of fare per mile for local passengers on roads

operated by this company, cents 2.7310

Average rate of fare per mile received from through passen-
gers to and from other roads 2.5521

Average rate of fare per mile received from all passengers. . . 2.6618

Aver^^gfe rate of local freight per ton per mile on roa£ oper-
ated by this company 1.1508

Average rate of freight per ton per mile received from freight

* to and from other roads 1.2122

Average rate per ton per miJe received for all freight carried. 1.1765



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300 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C2.



CAPITAIi STOCK.

Capital stock authorized by articles of association $ 50,000,000i)0

Capital stock issued,* number of shares 234,266.66

Total amount paid in as per books of the company. . .$ 23,426,666.67

Total number of stockholders 769



DEBT.

Funded debt (as follows) ;

Land grant income bonds due May 1, 1898, rate of interest six

per cent '. % 155,000i)0

First mortgage bonds C, St. P. & M. Railway, due May 1,

1898, rate of interest six per cent 3,000,000.00

Interest paid on same during month $ 8,990.00

No. Wis. Railway bonds due January 1, 1930, rate of interest

six per cent 800,000i)0

H. & R. F. Railway bonds due July 1, 1908, rate of interest six

_per cent 125,000.00

St. P. & S. C. R. R. bonds due April 1, 1919, rate of interest

six per cent 6,045,000.00

Interest paid on same during month $ 1,590.00

St P., S. & T. F. R. R. bonds due January 1, 1908, rate of inter-
est seven per cent 334,800.00

C, St. P.. M. & 0. Railway bonds due June 1, 1930, rate of

interest six per cent 5,666^75^)0

Interest paid on same during month $ 120,060.00

St Paul depot ground bonds due October 1, 1903, rate of inter-
> est ten per cent 30,000i)0

Unfunded indebtedness I,091/i03.24

Interest paid on same during month $ 552.50

Total amount of funded debt 16,156.175.00

Amount of unfunded debt 1,091,503.24

Total amount of debt Vulbilities $ 17,247,678.24

ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS IN IOWA.

STATEMENT FOR THE MONTH ENDING JUNE 30, 1881, OF ALL ACCIDENTS
RESULTING IN INJURIES TO PERSONS, GIVING EXTENT AND CAU8B
THEREOF.

June 18, 1881, p. S. Oleson, laborer, fell between two cars and broke
both bones of the left arm, had a bad flesh wound on right arm and hiB
body was badly bruised, resulting in death ; lack of caution.

June 23, 1881, Thomas M. Glenn, captain transfer steamer Sioux ICity, was
pushing a car and was caught by a car coming up behind and crashed,
receiving internal injuries causing hemorrhage resulting in death; Um*
of caution on his part.

RECAPITULATION OF ACCIDENTS.

Killed— Employes— from misconduct or want of caution 2

Total killed 2



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1882.] CHICAGO, St. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA RT CO. 301

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President— H, H. Porter, Chicago, Illinois.

First Vice-President— Hon, Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Second Vice-President— R, P. Flower, New York.

Secretary— C, W. Porter, Hudson, Wisconsin.

Tredsv/rer—B,, P. Flower, New York.

Assistant President— E. W. Winter, St. Paul, Minnesota.

General Superintendent— C F. Hatch, St. Paul, Minnesota.

(H. Spencer, St. Paul, Minnesota.
J. F. Lincoln, St. Paul, Minnesota.
T.P.Gere, Sioux City, Iowa.
Geo. V. Morford^ Omaha, Nebraska.
Chitf Engineer— Q, W. Johnson, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Superintendent of Telegraph— H, C. Hope, St Paul, Minnesota.
Auditor— C. D. W. Young, St. Paul, Minnesota.
General Traffic Manager— F. B. Clarke, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Attorney, general and local— John C. Spooner, St. Paul, Minnesota.

NAMES OF DIRECTORS, WITH RESIDENCE.

H. H. Porter, Chicago, Illinois.
R. P. Flower, New York.
David Dows, New York.
H. R. Bishop, New York.
Benjamin Brewster, New York.
Aujnistus Kountze, New York.
J. M. Fiske, New York.
George I. Seney, New York.
Piletus Sawyer, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
John Comstock* Hudson, Wisconsin.
K R. Cable, Rock Island. Illinois.
E. F. Drake, St. Paul, Minnesota.
A. H. Wilder, St. Paul, Minnesota.

General office at St. Paul, Minnesota.

Date of annual meeting of stockholders, first Saturday after first Thursday

in June.
Fiscal year of the company, calendar year.

STATE OF MINNESOTA, )
County of Ramsey. )

Chas. F. Hatch, General Superintendent, and C. D. W. Young, Auditor, of
the Chicago, St. Paul, Minn^polis & Omaha Railway Company, being duly
sworn, depose and say that they have caused the foregoing statements to
be prepared by the proper officers and agents of this company, and having
carefully examined the same, declare them to be a true, full, and correct
statement of the condition and affairs of said company on tlie thirtieth day
of June, A. D. 1881, to the best of their knowledge and belief.

(Signed) CHAS. F. HATCH.

[L. s. OF R. R.] C. D. W. YOUNG.

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 30th day of September, a. d. 1881.

GEO. A. HAMILTON,
[l. 8.] Notary Public.

Received and filed in the office of the Commissioners of Railroads, this
8d day of October, 1881.

E. G. MORGAN,

Secretary of Board of Railroad Commissioners.



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REPORT



St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad Company,



FOR THE ELEVEN MONTHS ENDING MAY 31, 1881.*



GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.

Total income (earning) $ 1,330,292.38

Total expense (including taxes) 1,109,285.11

Xet income 221,007.25

Rentals (specifying amount to each company} :

Illinois Central 3 11,000.00

St. Paul, Minnesota & Manitoba Railroad 3,850.00

14,860.00

Interest accrued during year 367,733.59

Interest paid during year

Interest on funded debt $ 327,121.16

Interest paid on funded debt 361,765.75

Interest on other debt 30,612.43

Balance for the year, deficit 151,576.34

Balance at commencement of year, deficit 104,326X0

S 255,902.34
Add or deduct entries made in profit and loss account
during the year not included in the above statement
(credit entries) 141,501.14

Bond interest falling due during year not paid — S 5,261.25

Balance May 31, 1871 (deficit) # 114,401.20

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

From local passengers , $ 208,268^

From through passengers 65,686.05

From express and extra baggage 19.993.08

From mails 27,534.17

From other sources, passenger department 1,100.00

Total earnings from passenger department $ 322 ,581.63

*Oo June 1, 1881, the St. Paal and Sioux Oity Railroad was consolidated with and became a part
of the Chicago, St Paol, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway; this report, therefore, can be made to
ooTer only the eleven months prior to that d tte, after which it became a |Murt of the Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis k Omaha Ballway system, and its operations are indadeded in the operations of
that company.



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St. PAUL & SIOUX CITY RAILROAD COMPANY.



303



From local freight ■.

From through freight

From other sources, freight departmetit

Total earnings from freight department



619,908.60

422,015.20

3,847.58

945.771.33



Total transpoi'tation earnings $ 1,268,352.96

Rents for use of road $ 61,939.40

Income from all sources (specifying same) 2,227.01

Total income from all sources $ 1.332,597.37



Proportion for Iowa

Earnings per mile of road operated

Passenger department $

Freight department

Miscellaneous



512.50

1,502.58

102.02



.$ 144,296.48
2,117.10



^ 2,117.10

Receipts from passenger trains per train mile run (266,737

miles)

Receipts from freight trains per train mije run (676,446 miles).

ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Salaries of general officers and clerks $

Insurance

Stationery and printing

Outside agencies and advertising

Contingencies and miscellaneous

New York office expenses

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle-guards)

Repairs of buildings

Repairs of tools and machinery •

Rents

Repairs of fences, road-crossings, and signs

Renewals of rails

Renewals of ties

Repairs of road-bed and track

Repairs of locomotives .•

Fuel for locomotives

Oil and waste

Locomotive service, salaries and wages

Repairs of passenger cars

Passenger and freight train service, salaries and wages

Passenger and freight train supplies. . .

Repairs of freight cars

Mileage cars, credit balances

Loss and damage, freight and baggage

Loss and damage, property and cattle, including losses by fire.

Personal injuries

Agents and station service, salaries and wages

Station supplies

Expenses Missouri River transfer



1^1
1.40



76,315.13

1,631.73

11.340.45

3,504.75

2.798.51

2,822.65

29,066.55

18.883.87

14,489.12

896.35

6,163.32

110,769.37

8,248.95

139,128.89

56,516.69

180,290.22

11.883.29

90,921.25

38,007.46

70,256.52

6,879.35

55,627.62

10,556.04

1,125.67

6,074.12

3,408.80

84,419.39

21,301.45

4,669.24



Total operativff expenses $ 1,059,884.67



Taxes in Iowa

Taxes in other States.



13.486.90
35,913.54



Total operating expenses and taxes $ 1,109,285.11



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304 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C2.

Maintenance of way 312,260.05

Motive power and cars 150,151.77

Conducting transportation 473,(^3.26

General expenses 173,199.13

Total e 1,109^.11

RECAPITULATION OF EXPENSES.

Total expenses of operating the road $ 1,109^85.11

Proportion for Iowa $ 173,927.81

Per mile of road operated, 629.43 1,762.86

Per train mile for passenger, freight and mixed trains (943,-

183miles) 1.18

Percentage of expenses to earnings 83.39

Net earnings per train mile (943,188 miles), cents JS

GENERAL RECAPITULATION.

Total earnings 1,3304»2.36

Total operating expenses 1,109.285.11

Net earnings — eatings above operating expenses 221,007.25

Percentage of net earnings to stock and debt 1.13

Percentage of net earnings to cost of road and equipment. . 1.13

PROPERTY AC(^.OUNTS: CHARGES AND CREDITS BY WHICH
THE CAPITAX AND DEBT HAVE BEEN INCREASED DURING
THE YEAR.

Grading and masonry, ballasting and ditching $ 6,164.78

Bri dgi ng 2.899.54

Superstructure, including rails 241,114.00

Land, land damages and fences 2.323^)9

Passenger and freight stations, coal-sheds and water-stations. 92,953.50

Engine-houses, car-sheds, and turn-tables 18,617.98

Machine-shops, including machinery and tools 52,058,08

Discount on securities, engineering, agencies, salaries, and

other expenses during construction 61,572.64

New side-tracks, etc 47346.47

Purchase of other roads :

St. Paul, Stillwater & Taylor FaUs Railroad 984.911^16

Lines in Nebraska 3,234,320/e

Account River Falls branch 9,441.58

Transfer steamers for Missouri River 37,69057

Iowa Falls extension 355,000i)0

Blue Earth branch 86,0000)6

Total for construction $ 5,231 .91382

Account of locomotives $ 1,686^

Parlor, sleeping and dining cars, 1 7,930^

Account of passenger, mail and baggage cars, 5 14^867^2

Freight and other cars 64«583J{8



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