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C. E. Wales Minneapolis, Minn October 13, 1914

Alfred H. Bright Minneapolis, Minn October 13, 1914

W. L. Martin Minneapolis, Minn October 13, 1914

C. T. Jaffray Minneapolis, Minn October 13, 1914

J. D. McMillan Minneapolis, Minn October 13 1914

Leroy W. Baldwin New York, N. Y October 13, 1914

Wm. Irvine Chippewa Falls, Wis October 13, 1914

M. H. Ballou Menasha, Wis October 13, 1914

W. F. Fitch Marquette, Mich October 13, 1914



OFFICERS

Title Name Official Address

President E. Pennington Minneapolis, Minn.

Vice President Alfred H. Bright Minneapolis, Minn.

Vice President W. F. Fitch Marquette, Mich.

Secretary Geo. W. Webster Minneapolis, Minn.

Treasurer Chas. F. Clement Minneapolis, Minn.

Comptroller C. W. Gardner Minneapolis, Minn.

Auditor R. Kirkwood Minneapolis, Minn.

Assistant Auditor A. R. Marshall Minneapolis, Minn.

Assistant Secretary H. N. Paist Minneapolis. Minn.

Assistant Secretary J. A. Milling ton Milwaukee, Wis.

Name and address of officer to whom correspondence concerning this report should be addressed
Name, C. W. Gardner; title, comptroller; address, Minneapolis, Minn.



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WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA & PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. 593

WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA & PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY

(Page 3.)

HISTORY

1. Exact name of common carrier making this report. Wisconsin, Minnesota & Pacific Rail-
road Company.

2. Date of organization. April 24, 1894.

3. Under laws of what government, state or territory organized? If more than one, name all .
Give reference to each statute and all amendments thereof. Originally known as Minnesota Central
R. R. Co, incorporated under special laws of the territory of Minnesota, extra session 1857, chapter 2,
an 1 approved May 23, 1857, and amen 1 merits as follow*: Special laws of Minnesota 1867, approved
Mar. 9, 1867; special laws of Minnesota 1872, approved Feb 24, 1872: special laws of Minnesota
1873, approved Mar. 10, 1873: special laws of Minnesota 1875, approved Mar. 1, 1875: special laws
of Minnesota 1881, approved Mar. 7, 1881; special laws of Minnesota 1883, approved Mar. 2, 1883.

4. If a consolidated company, name the constituent companies. Give reference to charters
of each, and all amendments of same. The respondent acquired by purchase of the railway and
equipment of Duluth, Red Wing & Southern Ry. Co., and Winona A Western Ry. Co. The former
of these companies was organized Oct. 26, 1886, under general statutes of state of Minnesota and
constructed a line from Red Wing to Zumbrota, Minn., 25 miles, with branches of 3 miles. All of
its property was conveyed to the respondent by deed dated July 5, 1901. The Winona & Western
Ry. Co. was organised November 7, 1894, under chapter 34, statutes of Minnesota and constructed
a line from Winona, Minn., to Osage, la., with a branch from Simpson to Rochester, Minn., All
of its property was conveyed to the respondent by deed dated September 10, 1901.

5. Date and authority for each consolidation. Authority of stockholders and directors of
each company.

6. If a reorganized company, give name of original corporation and refer to laws under which
it was organized. It is a reorganized company, the original name being the Wis onsin, Minnesota
& Paci.ic Ry. Co. This name was changed to its present style in 1883; a decree of foreclosure was
entered on Oct. 6, 1893, U. S. Circuit Court, 4th Division, District of Minnesota and the property-
sold on November 16, 1893. The company was reorganized, section 87, chapter .34 of general
statutes of Minnesota, under its present name on Apri 9, 1894.

7. What carrier operates the road of this company? Chicago Great Western R. R. Co.

(Page 5.)

ORGANIZATION

Date of Expiration of
Name : of Directors Post office Address Term

S. M. Felton Chicago, III September 11, 1914

J. W. Blabon Chicago, III September 11, 1914

John H. Rich Red Wing September 11. 1914

Benjamin Sommera St. Paul September 11. 1914

C. J. McConvillo St. Paul September 11. 1914

OFFICERS

Title Name Official Address

President S. M. Felton Chicago, III.

Vice President J. W. Blabon Chicago. III.

Secretary J. F. Coykendall Chicago, III.

Treasurer J. F. Coykendall Chicago, III.

Auditor Con F. Krebs Chicago, III.

Officer to whom correspondence concerning this report should be addressed: Name, Con F.
Krebs; title, auditor; address, Chicago. 111.

(Page 11)

FACTS PERTAINING TO CONTROL OF RESPONDENT

1. Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of directors. September 12, 1913.

2. Data of last closing of stock books before end of year for which this report is made. All
stock is held by C. G. W. R. R.

3. Total number of stockholders of record at the date required in answer to question 2. All
stock held by C. G. W. R. R.

4. Has ench share of stock one vote? Yes.

5. Has any issue of securities contingent voting rights? No.

0. Has any issue of securities special privileges in the election of directors? No.

7. Did any other corporation or corporations, transportation or other, control the respon-
dent on June 30, 1914? Yes.

If control was so held, state:

(a) The form of control, whether sole or joint. Sole.

(b) The name of the controlling corporation or corporations. Chicago Great Western

R. R. Co.

(c) The manner in which control was established. Stock ownership.

(d) The extent of control. Complete.

(e) Whether control was direct or indirect. Direct.

8. Did any individual, association or corporation as trustee control the respondent on June
30. 1911? No.



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REPORT RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSION



ELECTRIC SHORT LINE RAILWAY COMPANY



(Page 3)



HISTORY



all.



1. Exact name of common rarrier making this report. Electric Short Line Railway Co.

2. Date of organizition. December 1, 100**.

3. Under laws of what Government. State, or Territory organized- If more than one, name
Give reference to each statute and all amen iments thereof. State of Arizona <Th rt n a territory



(Page 5)
Name



DIRECTORS
Post Office Address



Date of Expiration of

Term.
When successors are
elected.



W. L. Luce Minneapolis, Minn

E. D. Luce Minneapolis, Minn

S. Solverson Minneapolis, Minn

PRtNCIPVL OFFICERS

Tit'e Nairn Official Address

President W. L. Luce Minneapolis. Minn.

First Vice-President E. D. Luce Minneapolis, Minn.

Secretary S. J. Solverson Minneapolis, Minn.

Treasurer W. L. Luce Minneapolis, Minn.

General Manager Dckover Hunter . Minneapolis. Minn.

Chief Engineer John West^rdahl Minneapolis, Minn.

Supt. Motive Power John B. Finncgan . Minneapolis, Min»i.

Officer to whom correspondence ''on^erning this report should be addressed: Name, DeKoven
Hunte r ; Title, General Mi nager; Address, Minneapolis, Minn.



(Page 9) FACTS PERTAINING TO CONTROL OF RESPONDENT

1. Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of di-ector«*. December.
2. Date of last closing of stock books before end of year for whi'h thU* report is made.
Closed as yet.

3. Total number of stockholders of record at the date required in answer to Question 2.

4. Has each share of stock one vote- Each share Common stock has one vote.



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(Page 11.) ROAD OPERATED

(For Companies Making Operating Reports)

Name of every Electric Railway Company the Operations of which are Included in this Report

In giving roads below, observe the following classification and order:

1. Line owned by respondent.

2. Line operated by respondent but owned by another corporation, control being secured
through stock ownership.

3. Line operated under lease for specified sum.

4. Line operated under contract or agreement, or where the rent is contingent upon earnings
or other considerations.

5. Line operated under trackage rights.



NAME



Electric Short Line Ry. Co. ..

Electric Short Line R. R. Co. .

Totn! mileage operated.



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Boagen Green.
Minneapolis . .



Stubbs Bay. .
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MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED (All Tracks)
(For Companies Making Operating Report*.)



LINE IN USE



Miles of Single Track



Total Mileage Operated. . .
(All Tracks



Line Owned



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14.51



Line Opera-
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MILEAGE OF LINE OPERATED— BY STATES AND TERRITORIES (Single Track.)
(For Companies Making Operating Reports.)



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MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED— BY STATES AND TERRITORIES (Single Track)



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Minnesota



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(Page 52) OPERATING EXPENSES

(For returns of electric railway companies of class C — Annual Operating Revenues, not more

than $250,000.)



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Way and Structures:

2-19. Maintenance of Way

Total — Way and Structures

Equipment:

32-35. Maintenance of Cars and Locomotives.

3(V 37. Maintenance of Equipment ol Cars and Locomotives.

38-41. Miscellaneous Equipment Expenses

Total Equipment ,

Traffic:

•5-47. Traffic Expenses

GROUP II— OPERATION OF CARS

60- 01. Conductors, Motormen and Trainmen

00 72. Miscellaneous Transportation Expense?

Total — Conducting Transportation

General and Miscellaneous:

73-79. General Expenses

82. Injuries and Damage*

87. Rent of Tracks and Terminals



Total — General and Miscellaneous.
Recapitulation of Expenses:

1. Way and Structures

Equipment

Traffic

Conducting Transportation

General and Miscellaneous



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Total Operating Expenses .



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COMPARATIVE GENERAL BALANCE SHEET



June 30,
1913



Item

010,710.31
30,110.26
87,228.10



ASSETS



Coat of Road — Page 25

Cost of Equipment -Page 27

General Expenditures— -Page 27 .
I Cash and Current Assets — Page 21 .

I Grand Total



June 30, 1914



Item

200,490.90

78,885.35

4.812.98



Total

817,207 27
109,001.01
92,041.08
259.711.4

1.277,901.37



Year ending

June 30,

1914

I ncrease

206,496.90

78,885.35

4,812.98



LIABILITIES



Capital Stock. Preferred- Page 17.
Current Liabilities — Page 21

Reserves

Surplus Page 31 (or 33)



Grand Total.



June 30,
Total



1914



1,057,400.00
50,633.55
166.273.48
3.654.34

1,277,961.37



(Page 61)



IMPORTANT CHANGES DURING THE YEAR



Here present statement as follows: 1. All Extensions of Road put in operation. 2. De-
crease in Mileage by Line Abandoned or Line Straightened. 3. All other important Physical
Changes. 4. All Leases taken or surrendered. 5. AH Consolidations or Reorganuatons effected.
0. All new Stocks issued. 7. All new Funded Debt issued. 8. All changes in the respondent's
holdings of Stocks and Funded Debt. 9. All other important Financial Changes.

1. M. P. 3.29 to M. P. 17 78.



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(Page 65) MILEAGE, TRAFFIC AND MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS



1.



PasNcngcr Car Mileage

Freight, Mail, and Express Car Mileage



Total Car Mileage

4. Passenger Car Hours

Total Car Hours

7. Regular Fare Passengers Carried.



Total Revenue Passengers Carried.
10. Free Transfer Passengers Carried



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Total Passengers Carried

Passenger Revenue — Page 35

Average Fare, Revenue Passengers*.

Average Fare, All Passengers (including transfer passengers)*.

Total Revenue from Transportation-— Page 35

Revenue from Transportation per Car Mile*

Revenue from Transportation per Car Hour*

Total Operating Revenues — Page 35

Operating Revenues per Car Mile*. ,

Operating Revenues per Car Hour*

Total Operating Expenses — Page 49, 51 or 53

Operating Expenses per Car Mile*

Operating Expenses per Car Hour*



20,864



20.864
5,975
5.975

40,423



40.423
2.102



42.525

$9,869.48

244

230

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474

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9.931.81

474

1,664

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(Page 67)



EMPLOYES



CLASS



Number



General Administration:

General Officers

Maintenance:

Superintendents

Other Employes

Transportation:

Other Employes

Total

Aggregate of Salaries and Wages Paid



23

178.585



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT



With

Electric

Equipment



Without

Electric

Equipment



Total
Number



Closed Passenger Cars

Total Passenger Cars .

Freight Cars

Work Cars, 7 Flats 4 Gondolas
Miscellaneous, Caboose .......



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(Page 69)

OATH
STATE OF MINNESOTA.!

!>ss:
County of Hennepin . J

We. the undersigned. W. L. Luce, president and DeKoven Hunter, General manager of Elec-
tric Short Line Railway Company, on our oath do severally say that the foregoing return has been
prepared, under our direction, from the original books, papers and records of said Company; that
we nave carefully examined the same and declare the same to be a complete and correct statement
of the business and affairs of said Company in respect to each and every matter and thing therein
set forth; and we further say that no deductions were made before stating the operating revenues
herein set forth, except those in the foregoing accounts; and that the accounts and figures contained
in the foregoing return embrace all of the financial operations of said Company during the period
for which said return is made, to the best of our knowledge, information and belief.

M. L. LUCE
President
DE KOVEN HUNTER
General Manager'
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of September 1914.

JOHN WITERDAHL
Notary Public Hennepin County
My commission expires Dec. 10, 19 16



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MESABA RAILWAY COMPANY
MESABA RAILWAY COMPANY



603



(Page 3.) HISTORY

1. Exact name of company making this report. Mesaba Railway Company.

2. Date of organization. November 15, 1910.

3. Under laws of what government, state or territory organized? If more than one, name all.
Give reference to each statute and all amendments thereof. Laws of Minnesota, General Statutes,
1905.

4. If a consolidated company, name the constituent companies. Give reference to charters
of each, and all amendments of same. Not applicable.

5. Date and authority for each consolidation. Not applicable.

6. If a reorganized company, give name of original corporation and refer to laws under which
it was organized. Not applicable.

7. What carrier operates the road of this company- Not applicable.

(Page 5.) DIRECTORS

Date of Expiration of
Name Post-Office Address Term

C. A. Duncan Duluth, Minn Jan. 12, 1914.

P. L. Saltonstall Boston, Mass Jan. 12, 1914.

R. W. Watson New York Jan. 12. 1914.

Oscar Mitchell Duluth, Minn. . .- Jan. 12, 1914.

A. C. Gillette Duluth, Minn Jan. 12, 1914.

E. E. Hewitt Duluth, Minn Jan. 12, 1914.

B. R. Heney Duluth, Minn Jan. 12, 1914.

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS
Title Name Official Address

President Oscar Mitchell Duluth, Minn.

Vice-President R. W. Watson New York.

Secretary B. R. Heney Duluth, Minn.

Treasurer P. L. Saltonstall Boston, Mass.

Attorney, or General Counsel Oscar Mitchell Duluth, Minn.

Auditor and Ass't. Treasurer J. O.Bergeson Virginia, Minn.

General Manager H. S. Newton Virginia, Minn.

Officer to whom correspondence concerning this report should be addressed: Name, J. O.
Bergeson; Title, Auditor; Address, Virginia, Minn.



(Page 9.) FACTS PERTAINING TO CONTROL OF RESPONDENT

1. Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of directors. January 12. 1914.

2. Date of last closing of stock books before end of year for which this report is made. Books
not closed.

3. Total number of stockholders of record at the date required in answer to Question 2. 8.

4. Has each share of stock one vote? Yes.

5. Has any issue of securities contingent voting rights? No.

6. Has any issue af securities special privileges in the election of directors? No.

7. Did any individual, association, corporation or corporations, transportation or other,
control the respondent on June 30, 1914? Yes.

If control was so held, state:

(a) The form of control, whether sole or joint. Sole.

(b) The name of the controlling corporation or corporations. Mesaba Electric Ry. Co.

(c) The manner in which control was established. Stock ownership.

(d) The extent of control. Complete.

(e) Whether control was direct or indirect. Direct.

8 Did any individual, association, or corporation, as trustee, control the respondent on June
30. 1914? No.

(Page 11) ROAD OPERATED

(For Companies Making Operating Reports.)
Name of every Electric Company the Operations of which are included in this report.
In Giving roads below, observe the following Classification and order:

1. Line owned by respondent.

2. Line operated by respondent but owned by another corporation, control being secured through
stock ownership.

3. Line operated under lease for specified sum.

4. Line operated under contract or agreement, or where the rent is contingent upon earnings or
other considerations.

5. Lino operated under trackage rights.



NAME



1. Mesaba Railway Company.



TERMINI



From



Hibbing, Minn.



To
Gilbert, Minn.



Miles of Line Miles of Line
For Each i For Each
Road Class of

Named Roads Named



34 .S



34.8



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MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED (All Tracks)
(For Companies Making Operating Reports)



LINE IN USE



Miles of Single Track

Miles of Sidings nnd Turnouts .

Total Mileage Operated. . .



Line Owned



34.8
9



35.7



Total
Mileage
Operated



34.8




35.7



MILEAGE OF LINE OPERATED -BY STATES AND TERRITORIES (Single Track)
(For Companies Making Operating Reports.)



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