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11. Number of stockholders at date of last election, 984

12. Number of stockholders in Michigan at same date, 481

13. Amount of full-paid stock held in Michigan, about $400,-

000 00.

Deit.

14. Funded debt as follows :

1st Mortgage Bonds (due July Ist, 1889, bear interest at
eight per cent, which is payable Jan. and July), amount, $1,500,000 00

2d Mortage Bonds (due April Jst, 1887, bear interest at
eight per cent, which is payable April and Oct.), amount 500,000 00

15. Total amount of Funded Debt, .... $2,000,000 00

16. * Unfunded debt, incurred for construction, equipment, or

purchase of property,

17. Unfunded debt incurred for any other special purpose, and

for what :
Past due coupons, first and second mortgage bonds, . $327,500 00
Nominal debt to municipalities for aid voted; practi-
cally stock, 48,500 00

18. Other debts, — current credit balances, etc.



19. Total debt liabilities, $2,376,000 00

20. (Amount actually received from the same, ,)

21. Amount of debt liabilities after deducting cash, sinking

funds in hands of trustees, and such securities and

debt-balances as do not represent permanent investments, $2,376,000 00

22. Amount of debt liabilities per mile of road (100 miles), . 23,760 00

23. Contingent liabilities as guarantor of bonds or debts of

other corporations, specifying same : None.

* This item U not to include balances due other roads, unclaimed dividends or anyttiing connected
witli tlie ordinary operations of tlie road. It refers only to debts incurred for permanent invest,
ments.



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1876.] FOKT WAYNE, JACKSON & SAGINAW R. R. CO, 163

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

In cases of roads purchased or leased, if the cost of construction cannot be given, state its cost
to the purchasers or lessees. If the actual cost cannot i>osslbly be given or approximated, give
the estimated cost.

Construction of Road ajid Branches (not reported separately), built iy Company.

1. Grading and masonry,

2. Bridging,

3. Superstructure, including rails,

4. Land, land damages, and fences,

5. Passenger and freight stations, wood-sheds and water

stations,

6. Engine-houses, car-sheds, and turn-tables,

7. Machine shops,

8. Interest paid during construction, discount, etc.

9. Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other expenses during

construction,

10. All other items charged to construction not enumerated

aboye,

11. Total expended for construction, . . . $2,811,625 86

12. Average cost of construction per mile of road (not includ-

ing sidings), (100 miles), 28,116 62

13. *Proportion of cost of construction for Michigan, . . 1,292,350 31

Cost of Equipment

14. Locomotives, Number 10 $121,066 50

15. Snow-plows on wheels, « . . . Number —

16. Passenger, mail, and baggage cars, . . Number 9) oq^ kiq iq

17. Freight and other cars, .... Number 294 ) ^^^>^l^ l^

18. Machinery and tools,

19. Total for equipment, $357,579 63

20. Average cost of equipment per mile of road operated by

Company (100 miles), 3,575 79

21. * Proportion of cost of equipment for Michigan, . . 164,486 62

Cost of Road and Equipment.

22. Total cost of road and equipment, .... $3,169,232 49

23. Average cost of same per mile, 31,692 32

24. *Proportion of same for Michigan, .... 1,357,846 94

• Unless some very good reason exists to the contrary, this proportion should be for the miles of
road in this State compared with the whole. If made on a diiierent basis, please state the reasons
therefor.



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MICraGAN RAILROAD RETURNS,



fDecSl,



♦EXPENDITURES CHARGED TO COST OP ROAD AND EQUIPMENT
DURING THE YEAR.



1. Main line extension or alteration of road, . . . .

2. Branches extension or alteration of road, specifying each

3. Double track extension,

4. Land,

5. Passenger and freight stations, wood-sheds and water-

stations, „ -

6. Engine-houses, car-sheds, and turn-tables,

7. New locomotives,

8. New snow-plows,

9. New passenger cars,

10. New mail and baggage cars,

11. New freight cars,

12. Machine shops, machinery, and tools, ....

13. Any other expenditures charged to property account, spec-

lifying same, —

14. Total,

15. Property sold and credited property account during the year,

16. Net addition to property account for the year, ...



Nothing*



REVENUE FOR THE YEAR.
Monthly Earnings, — From Transportation of Passengers.



MONTHS.



1876. January

February . . .

March.

April......

May

June

July

August

September..
October —
November.
December..



Totals «15^71 42 #72,175 26 #87,386 6$



ThroDgb.



•1.214 22
1^09 69
1,425 22
1,270 61
1,408 86
1,580 16
1,102 62
1,370 65
1,325 70
1,378 00
1,107 87
977 92



Local.



#5,310 67
5,141 90

6.429 68
5,625 11
5,476 20
5,736 20

6.430 40
6JI70 00
4,828 05
6,066 20
5,343 50
4,858 45



TotnL



#7,024 89


6,251 59


7,854 80


6,896 72


6,885 #6


7315 86


7,533 02


7,740 66


10453 75


7,444 20


6,451 37


5,836 37



* The unonntB under this heading are also included in the permanent cost of road or equipment,
under the heading "Cost," this statement showing onlj what has been added during the year.



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1876.J FORT WAYNE, JACKSON & SAGINAW R. R. CO.

From Transportation of Freight



165



MONTHS.



1876. January...
February . .

March

April

May

June

July

August

September.

October

November.
December .



Total.



TotaL



W0,280 17
13,730 57
14,492 66
15,564 41
16,551 42
14,317 92

9,761 19
12,953 10
14,400 04
15,310 42
13,844 75

9,032 72



$160,239 37



From all other Sources.



MONTHS.



1876. January

February . .

March

April

May

June

July

August

September .

October

November .
December .



Totals .



Mails.



9743 60
743 60
743 60
743 60
743 60
743 61
493 78
493 78
493 78
493 78
493 78
493 78



^$7,424 29



Express.



$236 11
249 16
236 07
225 73
306 57
231 12
209 85
211 30
229 65
269 89
314 10
324 11



13,043 66



Car MUeage.



|5,961 03



Bents.



(4,572 50



Recapitulation of Earnings.

1. Receipts from local passengers,

2. Receipts from through passengers, ...

3. Receipts for express,

4. Receipts for mails,



5. Total receipts from passenger trains,

6. Receipts from passenger trains, per train mile run, 125,200



♦72,115 26

15,271 42

3,043 66

7,424 29

$97,854 63



miles.

7. Receipts from local freight, - ) -

8. Receipts from through freight, )

9. Total receipts from freight trains.



$0 78.2



$159,653 12
$159,653 12



* A portion of the mail earnings for tlie lirst six months of the year, was earned in 1879, but not
liaid until 1876, and not counted until paid.



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166 MICHIGAN RAILROAD RETURNS. [Dec. 31,

10. Receipts from freight and mixed trains, per train mile run,

124,361 miles, $1 28.3

11. Receipts from miscellaneous sources, . . . . $10,533 53

12. Total earnings, $268,041 28

13. Proportion for Michigan, . . . $123,298 98

14. Earnings per mile of road operated, 100 miles, 2,680 41

15. Per train mile, for passenger, freight, and

mixed trains (249,561 miles), ... 1 07.4

16. Income from other roads, None.

17. Income from rent of property other than road and equip-

ment, specifying same :

18. Income from all other sources, specifying same,

19. Total income, $268,041 28

20. Percentage of same to capital stock and debt, . .7.6

21. Percentage of same to means applied to construction,

equipment, etc., 8.45



EXPENSES OF OPERATING THE ROAD FOR THE YEAR.

Class 1. — MaiiUenance of Way and Buildings (charged to operating expenses).

1. *Repaira of road exclusive of bridges and new rails, . . $32,244 62

2. New iron rails, deducting old rails sold, number of miles,

3 ; weight per yard, 50 and 56 lbs., . . . . 6,774 76

3. Steel rails, denoting old rails sold, number of miles ,

weight per yard, .,

4. Repairs of bridges, — Included in No. 1.

5. Repairs of buildings and fixtures (stations), ...

6. Repairs of and additions to machine-shops and machineiy,

7. Repairs of fences, road-crossings, and signs. Included in

No. 1.

8. All other expenses for maintenance of way, etc.,

9. Total, - $39,019 38

Class 2. — Cost of Maintenance of Motive Power and Cars*

1. Repairs of locomotives, - . . . . . $3,941 67

2. Repairs of machinery, . . . . -

3. Repairs of passenger, baggage, and mail cars, . . . ) .» c>p. g,^

4. Repairs of freight cars, ] ^"^'^^^ ^"

5. Repairs of snow plows,

6. All other expenses for maintenance, motive power and cars,

7. Total, $17,206 29

* Including labor and materials for new sidings.



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1876.3 FORT WAYNE, JACKSON & SAGINAW R. R. CO. 167

Class 3. — Oemral Traffic Expenses.

1. Salaries and wages, I fti^iq^-y^

2. General office expenses, ^ ^Hyi^i ii

3. Fuel— number of cords of wood 6,550^; cost, . . . 18,393 31

4. Fuel — ^number of tons of coal — ; cost,

5. Oil and waste, 1,822 44

g ( Damages for injuries to passengers, ....

I Damages for injuries to all other persons,

7. Damages for animals killed, 315 94

8. Damages for loss of goods and baggage, .... 722,17

9. Damages to property, including damages by fire,

^^ ( Taxes in Michigan, 2,716 85

* ( Taxes in other States (Indiana), 5,926 92

11. Insurance, - 971 05

12. Telegraph expenses, 3,658 05

13. Amount paid for use of palace and sleeping cars,

14. Amount paid other coiporations or individuals for use of

all other cars, .

15. Law expenses, and all other expenses (except interest) not

included in any of the above items, . . . . ^ 71,207 79

16. Total, $122,872 29

Recapitulation of Expenses.

1. Total expenses of operating the road (embraced in classes

1, 2, 3), 11179,097 96

2. Proportion for Michigan, . . . $82,385 06

3. Per mile of road operated, . . 1,790 97

4. Per train mile for passenger, freight, and

mixed trains (249,561 miles), . . $0 71 7

5. Percentage of expenses to earnings. . . 66.81

6. Not earnings per train mile (249,561 miles), . $0 35 7

NET INCOME, DIVIDENDS, Etc.

1. Total earnings above operating expenses, . . . $88,943 32

2. Percentage of game to capital stock and debt, . 2.52

3. Percentage to total means applied to construc-

tion, equipment, etc., - . . . 2.8

4. Interest paid during the year, 87,500 00

5. Interest falling due during the year, but not paid, . . 72,500 00

6. Total interest liability for the year, .... 160,000 00

7. Total net deficit (operating expenses and interest above

income), . . $71,056 68

8. Dividends declared, none ; per cent for the year, amount, .

9. Date of last dividend declared, . . . None.

10. Deficit for the year, - . 71,056 68

11. Deficit at the commencement of the year, ... 132,99069

12. Total deficit, 204,047 27

13. Paid to sinking funds in hands of trustees, . .



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168 MICHIGAN RAILROAD RETURNS. [Dec. 31,
GENERAL BALANCE SHEET AT CLOSING OF ACCOUNTS DEC. 31, 1876.

Dr.

Construction account, $2,701,776 71

Rolling stock, 236,513 13

Locomotives, , 121,066 50

Income account, 118,920 21

Bills receivable, 30,919 51

Personal account (unsettled), 429 44

Parmer's loan due Trust Co., 34161

$3,209,967 U

Cr.

Capital stock, $1,149,700 00

Corporation subscriptions, 48,500 00

Pirst mortgage bonds, 1,500,000 00

Second mortgage bonds, 500,000 00

B. S. Ohapin, Treasurer, 11,767 11

$3,209,967 11
DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

1. Date when the road or portions thereof were opened for public use : —

Prom Jackson to Reading, Mich., November 22, 1869.
Prom Jackson to Angola, Indiana, January 17th, 1870.
Prom Jackson to Fort Wayne, Indiana, December 25th, 1870.

2. * Length of main line of road completed, from Jackson to

Port Wayne, .... ... 100 miles.

Length of main line of road completed in Michigan, . 46 miles.

Length of main line of road completed in Indiana, . 54 miles.

3. Length of line vrith track laid, if road is not completed, .

4. Length of double track on main line, .... None.

5. Branches owned by company, None.

6. Total length of branches owned by company, . . None.

7. Total length of branches owned by company in Michigan,

8. Total length of branches owned by company in other States,

9. Total length of road belonging to this company, . . 100 miles.

10. Aggregate length of sidings and other tracks not above

enumerated, 7.5 miles.

11. Same in Michigan, 3 miles.

12. Aggregate length of tracks belonging to this company

computed as single track, 107.5 miles.

13. Same in Michigan, 49 miles.

* Length in aU cases to be given in miles and decimals.



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1876.] FORT WAYNE, JACKSON & SAGINAW R. R. CO. 169

14. Gauge of track, . . . . 4 ft. 8^ in.

15. Total length of tracks belonging to this company laid with

steel rails, None.

Weights per yard, — .

16. Total length of tracks belonging to this company laid with

iron rails, 107.50 miles.

Weights per yard, 50 and 56 pounds.

lioads Belonging to other Companies Operated by this Company under Lease

or Contract.

17. Name, description, and length of each, . . . . None.

18. Total length of above roads,

19. Total length of above roads in Michigan,

20. Total length of above roads in other States, specifying

each,

21. Total miles of road operated by this company, . . 100 miles.

22. Total miles of road operated by this company in Michigan, 46 miles.

Number of Bridges and Trestles on Whole Line.

23. Wooden bridges, number of , 11 ; aggregate length (all pile), 890 feet.

24. Stone bridges, number of, ; aggregate length, feet, .

25. Iron bridges, number of, — ; aggregate length, feet,

26. Wooden trestles, aggregate length, feet, . . . .

27. Bridges built within the year, None.

CrossiJigs.

28. What railroads cross your road at grade in this State, and at what locality?

Michigan Central (Air Line) B. E. at Jackson, Mich.

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (Jackson Branch), B. B. at Jackson,

Mich.
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (Main Line) B. B., at Jonesville,

Mich.

29. What railroads cross your road either over or under your grade in this

State, and where? None.

30. Number of crossings of highways at grade in this State without

protection, 54

31. Number of crossings of highways at grade in this State at which

there are gates or flagmen, »

32. Number of crossings of highways over railroad, ...

33. Number of crossings of highways under railroad, - . .

34. Number of highway bridges 18 feet above track, . . .

35. Number of highway bridges less than 18 feet above track, • .

Stations.

36. Number of stations, ^ 18

37. Same in Michigan, - 9

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170 MICHIGAN RAILROAD RETURNS. [Dec 31,

Employes.

38. Number of persons regularly employed on all roads operated by

company, including oflScials, 225

39. Same in Michigan, 103

Fencing.

40. How many miles of fencing have you on your road in Michigan? 92

41. What was the average cost per rod? . . . $125

42. The total cost of same? • . . . . $36,800 00

43. Give the miles of fence needed on both sides of your track, in each county

in Michigan through which your road runs, and the aggregate amount
in miles : All fenced.

44. Aggregate amount, None.

ROLLING STOCK.

1. Number of locomotives of more than 30 tons weight, exclusive

of tender, 4

2. Number of locomotives of more than 20 tons weight, exclusive

of tender, . . 6

3. Number of locomotives of more than 10 tons weight, exclusive

of tender,

4. Number of passenger cars — 12-wheel, . . - . -

5. Number of passenger cars — 8-wheel, G

G. Number of express and baggage cars, 3

7. Number of box freight cars, 122

8. Number of stock cars, 10

9. Number of platform cars, 157

10. Number of ore cars, . -

11. Number of conductors' way cars, . . . . ^ . 5

12. Other cars as follows :

13. Number of locomotives equipped with train-brake, ^ - 4

14. Number of passenger cars equipped with train-brake, . 6

15. What kind of train-brake is in use on your road? Ward air

brake.

16. Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and buffer, 6

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, Etc.

1. Miles run by passenger trains during the year, ... 125,200

2. Miles run by freight trains, 122,514

3. Miles run by mixed trains (excursion trains,) . . . . 1,847

4. Total mileage of passenger, freight, and mixed trains, . . 249,561

5. Miles run by construction and other trains, .... 3,600

6. Total train miles run, - . - 253,161



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7. Miles run by rented cars,

8. Kumber of through passengers (whole length of road), . . 10,255*

9. Number of local passengers (over part of road), ... 109,351

10. Total number of passengers carried, . ^ . . . 119,606.

11. Total passenger mileage, or passengers carried one mile, . . 3,109,756

12. Average amount received from each passenger, ... $0 78

13. Average distance traveled by each passenger, .... 26 miles.

14. Number of tons through freight carried (whole length of road), 40,473

15. Total mileage of through freight, 4,047,300'

16. Number of tons of local freight carried (over part of road) . 101,607

17. Total mileage of local freight, 4,608,100

18. Total tons of freight carried, 142,080

19. Total freight mileage, or tons carried one mile, ... 8,655,409

20. Highest rate of fare per mile, for any distance, . . . $0.05

21. Lowest rate of fare per mile, for any distance (single fare), . .02

22. Average rate of fare per mile, received for through passengers, .02.5

23. Average rate of fare per mile, received for local passengers (in-

cluding Indiana), .03.5'

24. Average rate of fare per mile for all passengers, - . . .03

25. Average rate received per mile, per ton for through freight, . .01

26. Average rate received per mile, per ton for local freight . - .02.5

27. Average rate received per mile, per ton for all freight carried, . .01.9-

28. Average number of cars in passenger trains, including baggage

cars, 2

29. Average number of cars in freight trains, . . . . 20

30. Average weight of passenger trains, including locomotive and

tender in working order, exclusive of passengers, . . 60 tons.

31. Average weight of freight trains, including locomotive and

tender in working order, exclusive of freight, ... 200 tons..

Tontiage of Articles Transported.

Tons. PorCent.,

1. Grain, 15,886 11.19

2. Flour, 677 .58

3. Provisions (beef, pork, lard, etc.), . . . . 5,547 3.90

4. Animals, 4,450 3.23^

5. Other agricultural products, 3,536 2.57

6. Lumber and forest products, .... 75,706 53.38

7. Coal, 2,166 1.62

8. Plaster, ...-...-. 1,401 .98

9. Salt, 4,183 2.94

10. Petroleum,

11. Railroad iron, — iron and steel rails, ....

12. Pig and bloom iron,

13. Other iron and castings, 2,946 2.04

14. Ores,



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172 MICHIGAN RAILROAD RETURNS. [Dec. 31,

Tons. Per Cent.

15. Stone and brick, 6,410 4.68

16. Manufactures, — articles shipped from point of produc-

tion, 2,913 2.Q5

17. Merchandise and other articles, not enumerated above, . 16,259 10.84

18. Total tons carried, 142,080 100.



ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS BY THE COMMISSIONER.

Express Compmiies.

1. What express companies run on your road, and on what terms, and what
conditions as to rates, etc. ; what kind of business is done by them, and do you
take their freights at the depot, or at the office of such express companies?

American Express Co. Tariff rates, once and one-half first class. Busi-
jiess, general merchandise ; freights received at depots.

Transportation Companies.

2. What freight and transportation companies run on your road, and on
^vhat terms, and on what conditions as to rates, use of track, machinery,
Tepairs of cars, etc. ; do they use the cars of your company, or those furnished
by themselves, and are their cars or their freight given any preference in speed,
or order of transportation, and if so, in what particular? None.

3. What amount have you paid other corporations, car loading companies
[stock companies], or individuals, not operating railroads, for the use of cars,
stating name of individuals or company, place of location of general office of
said company, and amount paid to each?

Empire Line, Philadelphia, Pa., . . . .

Erie & North Shore Line, Detroit, ....
Detroit, Fort Wayne & Logansport Line, Detroit, .
Great Western Dispatch, New York city.
Merchants Dispatch Transportation Co., New York,

Total amount paid, $650 38

Skeping Cars.

4. Do sleeping, parlor, or dining-room cars run on your road, and if so, on
what terms are tliey run, by whom are they owned, and what charges are made
in addition to regular passenger rates? No.

5. What is the total amount paid by your company to palace or sleeping car
•companies, to what companies, and the amount paid to each? Nothing.



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1876.] FORT WAYNE, JACKSON & SAGINAW R R. CO. 173

U. S. Mail

6. What is the compensation paid you by the U. S. Government for the
transportation of its mails^ and on what terms of service?

For last half of the year, compensation was at the rate of 15,925.38 i)er
annum, or $61.20 per mile.

Land Account.

7. Number of acres of land sold during the year, ...

8. Price received for .the same,

9. Number of acres of land still owned by the company, not used

for corporate purposes,

ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS IN MICfflGAN.

STATEMENT FOB THE YEAR ENDING DEC. 31, 1876, OF ALL ACCIDENTS RESULTING IN
INJURIES TO PERSONS, GIVING EXTENT AND CAUSE THEREOF.

[PARTicuTABS RsQuiBiCD.— L Date. 2. Name. 8. Specify each iMLssensrer and emplqve, sivinr
occupation of latter. 4 Wliere accident happened. 5. The cause and a fall statement of extent of
injury. 6w Whether the fault of iterson injured, or beyond his control.]

June 16. 0. B. Hebbard, deaf and dumb, near Jackson, killed while walk-
ing on track.

liecapitulation of Accidents.

Balled. — Passengers — ^f rom causes beyond their con-
trol, ... —
misconduct or want of
caution . . . — —
Employes — From causes beyond their con-
trol . - . —
misconduct or want of
caution . . . — —
Others — at stations and highway crossings

stealing rides . . . . —

trespassing, on track, etc. . . — 1 Total killed . 1
Injured. — Passengers — ^f rom causes beyond their con-
trol - . . —
misconduct or want of
caution . . . — —
Employes — from causes beyond their con-
trol . . - —
misconduct or want of
caution . . . — —
Others — at stations and highway crossings —
stealing rides . . . . —
trespassing on track, etc. . . — — Total injured ..



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174 MICHIGAN RAILROAD RETURNS. CI>ea 31,

State of Michigan, I
County of Jackson, )

P. B. Loomis, President and General Manager, and B. S. Chapin, Treasurer
and Assistant Secretary, of the Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw Kailroad Com-
pany, 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 haying carefully examined the same, declare them to be a true, full, and
correct statement of the condition and affairs of said Company, on the thirty-
first day of December, A. D. 1876, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
[l. s. of r. r.] [Signed] P. B. LOOMIS,

President and General Manager.
B. S. CHAPIN,

Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 4th day of May, A. D. 1877.
[L. 8.] NATHAN S. POTTEE,

Notary Public in and for Jackson Co., Michigan.



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REPORT



GLENCOE, PINCONNING & LAKE SHORE RAILROAD CO.,

For the Year ending December 31$t, 1876.



OFFICERS AND OFFICES.

Fresidenty GEORGE CAMPBELL, Bay City, Mich.
Vice President, HUGH CAMPBELL, Pinconning, Mich.
Secretary and Treasurer, JNO. McDONALD, Bay City, Mich.
Gemral Manager, GEORGE CAMPBELL, Bay City, Mich.
Assistant Superintendent, HUGH CAMPBELL.

General Office at Pinconning, Mich.



DIRECTORS.

Geoeqe Campbell, Bay City, Mich.
Jko. McDokald, Bay City, Mich.
Hugh Campbell, Pinconning, Mich.
T. C. Watebs, Bay City, Mich.
Geo. H. Van Etten, Bay City, Mich.



CAPITAL STOCK, DEBTS, Etc.
Capital Stock.

1 . Capital Stock authorized by charter or articles of association, $120,000 00

2. Capital Stock authorized by votes of Company, . - 15,000 00

3. Capital Stock issued, number of shares , amount paid



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