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1 510,000 jCapital Stock $ 260,000 00

Funded Debt 250,000 00

Current Liabilities .... 30,998 97
30,998 97



$540,998 97



Total I $540,998 97



PASSENGER, FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE.



Item.



Column for Ton-
' nage. Number
.Passengers, Num-
I ber Trains, Mile-
age, Number Cars.



Passenger Traffic — Mixed Trains :
Number of passengers carried earning revenue. 97^*^00

Number passengers carried one mile ^*^*^^^

Average distance carried , g^v qoq qq

Total passenger revenue ^,wy.ao

Average amount received from each passenger •"'*

Average receipts per passenger per mile

Passenger earnings per mile of road

Passenger earnings per train-mile

Freight Traffic :

Number tons carried of freight earning revenue

Number tons carried one mile

Average distance haul of one ton

Total freight revenue

Average amount received for each ton of

freight

Average receipts per ton per mile

Freight earnings per mile of road

Freight earnings per train-mile



Passenger and Freight :

Passenger and freight earnings.

Passenger and freight earnings per mile of road

Expense per mile of road

Total earnings per mile of road, including Mails,
Express, etc



Number of pae»enger trains, )

Number of freight trains, v Mixed Trains. . .

Number of mixed trains, )



miles.



.03 11-17
1714.24
.49



13,536
160,349

111 miles.
$14,796.30

1.09
.09 i
$1,056.88
.72



$24,795.68
1,771 12
1,247 75

$1,868.40



1,292



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496 RAILROAD commissioners' REPORT.

PASSENGER, FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE-Ck>ntiimed.



Item.



Ck>lumn for Ton-
nage, Number

Passengers, Num-
ber Trains, Mile-

iage, Number Cars.



Total Mileage :
Miles run by mixed trains

Total Mileage Trains Earning Revenue
Miles run by switching trains

Grand Total Train Mileage



20,500

20,500
300

20,800



MILEAGE.



Item.



Mainline
Owned.



Miles of Single Track 14

Miles of Yard Track, Sidings and Spurs 1

Total Mileage Operated (all tracks) 15

RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES.

NEW TIES LAID DURING YEAR.



Kind.



Number.



Cedar and Hemlock.



3,000



Average Price at
Distributing Point



$ .36 8-10



CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES.
Hard wood, six hundred and seventy-four cords.
CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.

Bridges :
Number of wooden, one Howe truss.
Gauge of TVac/c— Four feet, eight and one-half inches.



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ANNUAL RETUBN8. 497

STATE OF VERMONT, }
County of Windsor, ) ^*

I, the undersigned, Jas. G. Porter, Treasurer, of the Woodstock
Railroad Company, on my oath do say that the foregoing return
hafi been prepared, under my direction, from the original books,
pai>ers, and records of said Company; that I have carefully ex-
amined 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,
to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief; and I
further say that no deductions were made before stating the
gross earnings or receipts herein set forth, except those shown
in the foregoing accounts ; and that the accounts and figures
contained in the foregoing return embrace all of the financial opera-
tions of said Company during the period for which said return is
made.

Jas. G. Porter, Treasurer,

Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 4th day of September, 1889.

Lewis Pratt,

Notary Public.



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498



RAILROAD commissioners' REPORT.



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

ATLANTIC & ST. LAWRENCE RAILROAD,

UNDER LEASE TO THE

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY COMPANY

OF CANADA.

Subsidiary Report,
For THE Year Ending June 30, 1890.

HISTORY.

Name of common carrier making this report : Atlantic & St. Law-
rence Railroad Company.

Date of organization : September 27, 1845.
Chartered by the State of Maine. Feb. 10, 1845.

*' New Hampshire, June 30, 1847.

** Vermont, Oct. 27, 1848.
Not a consolidated company.
Not reorganized.
Operated by the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.

ORGANIZATION.



Names of Directors.



Sir Joseph Hickson

Philip Henry Brown

Sir Alexander T. Gait...

Harrison J. Libby

Franklin R. Barrett

Francis K. Swan

George P. Wescott

William L. Putnam

W. W. Duffett



Post-office Address.



Montreal, Canada
Portland, Maine..
Montreal, Canada
Portland, Maine..



Date of Expirt-
tion of Term.



First Tuesday in
August, 1890,
or until suc-
cessors are
elected.



Total number of stockholdei*s at date of last election : 1,403.
Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of directors:
August 6, 1889.
Post-office address of general office : Portland, Maine.
Post-office address of operating office : Montreal, Canada.

OFFICERS.

President — Sir Joseph Hickson, Montreal, Canada.
Vice-President— Philip H. Brown, Portland, Maine.
Secretary— Franklin R. Barret, Portland, Maine.
Treasurer— W. W. DuflFett, Portland, Maine.
Operated by the lessees.



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ANNUAL RETURNS.



499



PROPERTY LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED
FOR OPERATION.



TERMINALS.



Name.



From



Atlantic & St. Lawrence Railroad. Portland, Maine, Island Pond, Vt.



To



By What Ck)mpan7 Operated.



The Grand Trunk Railway Com-
psiny of Canada

Total Mileage



Under What

Kind of Contract

Operated.



Lease for 999
years, from
Aug. 5, 1853,



Miles of Line.



149.58



149.58



The Atlantic & St Lawrence Railroad was leased to The Grand
Trunk Railway Company of Canada, for 999 years, from August 6,
1853. The Lessees assuming all obhgations, and guaranteeing six per
cent, interest per annum on the Capital Stock. The authority being
granted for the lease by an Act of the Legislature of Maine, approved
March 29, 1853, and by an Act of the Legislature of New Hampshire,
of July 12, 1856.

CAPITAL STOCK.



Description.



Par
Value '

of
Shares.



Capital St*k U.S.

CVv., Common
Capital Stock

Sterling



Total I
Par Value ,
Authorized. \



Total Am*t
Issued and
Outstand-
ing.



$1001
£100 i



DIVIDENDS DE-
CLARED DURING
YEAR.



Rate. Amount.



I



$5,484,000 00,$5,484,000 00 6,^ $329,040 00



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500 RAILROAD commissioners' REPORT.

FUNDED DEBT.



Class of Bond or
Obligation.



TIME.

_j Amount of



Amount



Date of When Issue.

Issue. I Due.



Authorized ^^^^



Company's Fii*st Mort- Oct. 1,

gage Bonds I 1864. 5-20 $1,500,000 00 $1,499,916 00

Company's Second May 1,

Mortgage Bonds 1871. 5-20 713,000 00 712,932 00

Company 8 Third Mort- Julv 1, In 20

gage Bonds ' 1889. years. 787,000 00 786,984 00

Balance on exchange of

Bonds 168 00



Total - $8,000,000 00 $3,000.000 00



Amount Outstanding, all.

RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT.

Account. Amount Issued.



Bonds.



$8,000,000 00



Amoimt Outstanding, all.

RECAPITULATION.

A. FOR MILEAGE OWNED BY ROAD MAKING THIS REPORT.



Account. j Outstanding.



AM'T PER MILE OF ROAD.

I Total Amount



Miles. Amount.



Capital Stock ! $5,484,000 00 i 149.58 $36,714 00

Bonds I 3,000,000 00 I 149.58 20,066 00

Total - I $8,484,000 00



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ANNUAL RETURNS.
COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.



501



Item.



Total Cost to Total Cost to

June 30, June 30, i

1889. 1890. I



Cost Per
Mile.



Total Cost Construction and t !

E<|uipnient $8,484,000 OO! $8,484,000 OOj $56,798 00

INCOME ACCOUNT.

<;ross Earnings from Operation $1,063,757 63

Leivs Operating Expenses 825,852 91

Income from Operation $237,904 72

Deiluctions from Income and Guaranteed

Dividends. $480,602 00

Taxes 18,344 21

Total Deductions from Income. . . $498,946 21

Deficit 261,04149

Deficit on June 30, 1889 261,04149

Deficit from Operations of Year ending

June 30, 1890. 261,04149

Tlie Lessees receive all income from, and pay all expenses of Road.
EARNINGS FROM OPERATION.



Item.

Passenger:
Passenger Revenue.



Actual Earnings.



Total Passenger Revenue..

MaU

Express

Extra Baggage and Storage.

Total Passenger Elamings.

Freight:
Freight Revenue

Total Freight Revenue



$273,498 14

$273,498 14
20,511 21

18,695 39
$312,704 74



$748,745 20
$748,745 20



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502 RAILROAD COBIMISSIONERS' REPORT.

EARNINGS FROM OPERATION.— Continued.



Item.



Total Freight Earnings

Total Passenger and Freight
Earnings

Other framings from Operation :
Rentals not otherwise provided for

Total Other Beamings

Total Gross E^-nings from Op
eration



Actual Earnings.



1748,745 20



11,061,449 94



12,307 69
12,307 69



11,063,757 68



OPERATING EXPENSES.



Item.



Total.



Maintenance of Way and Structures.

Maintenance of Equipment

Conducting Transportation I

General Expenses

Recapitulation of Expenses : I

Maintenance of Way and Struc-
tures I

Maintenance of Ek^uipment |

Conducting Transportation

General Expenses I

Grand Total.. !



$195,469 01

358,576 83

228,715 88

43,091 20



1195,469 01

858,576 82

228,715 88

48.091 20



,m 91



CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, ETC.

Contracts Made by the Lessees :
Express Contracts — Canadian Express Company pays 50 per cent

of gross receipts.
New fiigland Despatch Company, between Portland and Lewis-
ton, pays $100 per month.
Merchants Express Company, between Portland and Lewiston,
pays $100 per month.



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ANNUAL RETURNS.



503



per annum.
The cars are



Jlails— The United States Government pays $22,289.5
Sleeping Cars — Contract with the Pullman Company

mamtained by the Railway Company.
Telegraph— Contract with the Great Korth Western Telegraph
Company, who maintains the line and collects receipts from
any public business done. The Railway pay the operators.



SECURITY FOR FUNDED DEBT.



Class of Bond or
Obligation.



Mortgage.



WHAT ROAD MORTGAGED.



From



To



Atlantic and St. Lawrence.

Portland, 'island Pond,

Me., I Vt.



Am*t of

M*tge Per

Mfle of



Miles. Line.



149.58 $20,066 00



Operated by Lessees, and all salaries paid by them.

PASSENGER, FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE.



Item.



Column for Ton-
nage, Number

Passengers,
Number Trains,

Mileage,
Number Cars.



COLUMN FOR REVENUE
AND RATES.



Passenger Traffic:

Number of passengers car-
ried earning revenue... 845,659

Number of passengers car-
ried one mile 10,870,129

Total passenger revenue

Average amount received
from each passenger. . . I

Average receipts per pas-
senger per mile !

Estimated cost of carrying!
each passenger one milei



Dollars.



Cts.



$278,498 14
79
2



Mills.



12
52

8



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504 RAILROAD commissioners' REPORT.

PAaSENGER, FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE.-Continued.



Item.



Column for Ton-
nage, Number

Passengers,
Number Trains,

Mileage,
Number Cars.



Freiglit Traffic: |

Nuinl>er of tons carried ofj

freight earning revenuei
Number of tons carried

one mile

Total freight revenue

Average amount received

for each ton of freight. .
Average receipts ) Local.

per ton per mile i" Thro'h
Estiraated cost of carrying

one ton one mile



Passenger and Freight:

Passenger and freight
earnings



Train Mileage:

Miles run by passenger
trains

Miles run by freight trains
Miles run by mixed trains

Total Mileage Trains

Earning Revenue..

Miles run by construction

and other trains

Grand Total Train]

Mileage

Average number of freight

cars in train

Average number of loaded

cars in train

Average number of tons of

freight in train

Average number of tons

freight in each loaded



923,104
8,888,826



958,39o
279,084



1,232,479

20

20

240

12



COLUMN FOR REVENUE
AND RATES.

Dollars. Cts.MilI&



$748,745 20

81
1




11
41

58

50



$1,022,243



84



298,463
501,723
153,209



No Elquipment owned by this Company,
by the Lessees.



Equipment furnished



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ANNUAL RET0RN8. 505

MILEAGE OWNED B¥ ROAD MAKING THIS REPORT.

State or Territory. iMain Line Owned. i Rails.



In the State of Maine.- ^2.60

In the State of New Hampshire 52.00

In the State of Vermont 14.98

Total Mileage Owned (single track) 149.58 Steel.



ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS IN VERMONT.

One person injured coupling cars. One killed by falling under the
engine. One i>er8on injured by horse shying at train.

CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.



WORKING DIVISIONS OR BRANCHES. ALIGNMENT.



I ^fn^^Tif Length Of

From To Miles, ^^^f »->^ Straight

I Line. Miles. Line- Miles.



Portland, Maine, Island Pond, Vt. 149..)8 60.02 89.56

I J

PROFILE.



ASCENDING GRADES. DESCENDING GRADES.



Length of ,

Level Line.' Sum I Aggregate
Miles. of ' Length of As-

I Ascents, cendin^^ Grades,
I Feet. Miles. ' Miles.



I Aggregate
Sum of De- | Length of De-
scents. Feet, scending Grades.



87.96 1 765 88.37 ; 1,988 78.25



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506 BAILBOAD COMMI88IONEB8' BEPOBT.

CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.— Continued.

Bridges:

Number Stone 2

Number Iron 45

Treaties:

Number Pile 1

Gauge of Track 4 feet 8i inches.

Telegraph :

Operated by this Company 149.58 miles of line.

GENERAL INFORMATION.
Fundetl Debt in the hands of the



STATE OF MAINE, )
County of Cumberland, f

We, the undersigned, Philip Henry Brown, Vice President, and
W. W. Duffett, Treasurer, of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Raibx»d
Company, on our oath do sever^y say that the foregoing return has
been prepared, under our direction, from the original books, papers,
and records of said Company, and statements received from Lessees;
that we have 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, to the best of our knowledge, information, and belief ; and
we further say that no deductions were made before stating the gross
earnings or receipts herein set forth, so far as we know, the state-
ments being given by the Lessees, except those shown in the fore-
going accounts ; and that the accounts and figures contained in tiie
foregoing return embrace all of the financial operations of ssSd Com-
pany during the period for which said return is made.

Philip Henry Brown, Vice President.
W. W. DuFFBTT, Treasurer,

Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 2d day of September, 1890.

George E. B. Jackson,

Justice of the Peace.



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ANNUAL RETURNS. 607



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

BENNINGTON & RUTLAND RAILWAY COMPANY,

For the Year Ending June 30, 1890.
HISTORY.

Name of common carrier making this report : The Bennington
and Rutland Railway Ck)mpany.

Date of Organization : August, 1877.

Organized under the laws of Vermont.

Name of original corporation : Bennington and Rutland Railroad
Company. Organized under the General Statutes of Vermont.

ORGANIZATION.



Names of Directors. Post-office Address. ^^ ^^ Tel^T*''''' ""^



J. G. McCuUough North Bennington, Vt.

F. B. Jennings... "' " * " ^



W. S. Webb.
T. L. Park...
M. S. Colbum.



New York City, N. Y.

Shelburne, Vt | First Tuesday in July.

North Bennington, Vt.]
Manchester, \ t '



Total number of stockholders at date of last election : Seven, (7).

Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of directors : First
Tuesday in July.

Post-office addi'esB of general office : North Bennington, Vermont.

Poirt-office address of o|)erating office : Supt., Bennington, Vt.; and
G. F. and P. A., also Master Mechanic, Rutland, Vt. All other Gen-
eral Offices at North Bennington, Vt.

OFFICERS.

Pret<ident— J. G. Mc CuUough, North Benningt>on, Vt.
Vice-President — F. B. Jennings, City of New York, N. Y.
Secretary— G. W. Harman, Biennington, Vt.
Treasurer— S. B. Hall, North Bennmgton, Vt.
Auditor — W. G. Shaw, North Bennington, Vt.
General Passenger Agent — H. W. Stafford, Rutland, Vt.
General Ticket Agent— In charge of Auditor.
General Superintendent — E. D. Bennett, Bennington, Vt.
General Baggage Agent — In charge of G. P. A.



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508 RAILROAD commissioners' REPORT.

PROPER'n' OPERATED.



Name.



TERMINALS.



From



To



-_., ^ Miles of
Miles of Lme for
L*»Jf jor, Each Class
Each Road of Roads
Named. ^^ined.



North Ben-N. Y. State 57.06 .
ton Line 1.^5 | 58.91



Rutland Rail-
way



CAPITAL STOCK.



Desc*ri])tion.



Par Value Total Par Value .1"^ f'TcS,',
of Shares. Authorized. ^-^^'Sng'^'



Capital Stock: $20,000.

Common $50 00 $1,000,000 00 $1,000,000 00



MARKET PRICE OF SHARES. DIVIDENDS DECLARED DURING Y R.

June 30, 1890. Average for Year. Rate. Amount.

$10,000 00



$50 00



$50 00



50 cents per
share, 1^



Manner of Payment for
Capital Stock.



Issued for Reorganization : Com-
mon



Number of Total Cash

Shares. Realized.



20.000 41,000,000 00



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ANNUAL RETURNS.
FUNDED DEBT.



509





TIME.












Class of






Amount






Cash


Real


Bond or






of Au-


Amount


Amount


ized


on


Obliga-






thorized


Issued. Out-


Amount


tion.


Date of


When


Issue.


1 standmg.


Issued.




Issue.


Due.




1






First Mort-


Nov.


Nov. 1,










gage.


1877.


1897.


$475,000


$475,000 $475,000


$475


,000



Interest payable May and November 1. Rate, 7 per cent.
Amount of Interest Accrued During Year, $83,250.00.
Amount of Interest Paid During Year, $38,250.00.

RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT.



INTEREST.



Account.



Amount
Issued.



Amount
Outstanding.



Amount Amount

Accrued Paid

During i During

Year. Year.



Bonds.



$475,000 00 $475,000 00



$33,250 00 $a3,250 00



CURRENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.



Cash and Ciirrent Assets Avail-
able for Payment of
Current Liabilities.



Current Liabilities Accrued

to and Including

June 30, 1890.



Cash

Ihie from Agents.

Net Traffic Balances
due from other com-
panies

Due from solvent com-
imnies and individ-
uals



$a5,964 26 Audited Vouchers and
12,071 51 Accounts $ 7,448 69



Wages and Salaries.
Net Traffic Balances
1,227 93 due to other compa-
nies .

Matured Interest Cou-

8,057 47 pons Unpaid (inchul-

mg Coupons due

July 1)

Balance-Cash Assets



7,164 95



6,877 12



5,541 67
25,788 74



Total $52,321 17



Total $52,821 17



Materials and Supplies on hand $5,074.07.



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RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS REPORT.



RECAPITULATION.
For Mileage Owned by Road Making this Report.



A^«^««* Total Amount Apportionm't mr;i^ Amount per

Account. , Outstanding. | tofeailroads. ^^' Mileof R^ii



Capital Stock 1 $1,000,000 00 , $1,000,000 00



Bonds
Total.



$16,975 00



475.000 00 I 475,000 00 1 58.91 $8,063 00



$1,475,000 00 I $1,475,000 00



$25,038 00



PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR.



Item.



EXPENDITURES DURING THE YEAR.



Included in Operat-, Total Expenditures.
I ing Expenses.



Equipment :

Baggage, Expr^s, and
Postal Cars... |

Total Equipment !



$2,000 00



$2,000 00



$2,000 00



$2,000 00



COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.



Item



Total Cost to

June 30,

1889.



Net Addi-I Total Cost ' p^x „..
tions Dur-I to June 30, t mUo
ing Year. 1890. ^''^-



Construction : |

Total Construction $1,475,000 00'



Equipment :

Locomotives

Passenger Cars . . .
Baggage, Express
■ ~ 1 Ca



48,150 OOt
24,000 001



and Postal Cars
Combination Cars
Freight Cars , 101 ,550 00



11,650 00! $2,000 00
3,000 00



Total Elquipment

Grand Total Cost
Construction
and Equipment



$ 188,350 00



$1,663,350 00



'$1,475,000 00 $25,038 00



$ 48,150 00
24,000 00

13,650 OOI

3,000 00'

101,550 00,



$2,000 00 $ 190,350 00



$ 3,231 30



$1,665,350 00; $28,269 20



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ANNUAL RETURNS.

INCOME ACCOUNT.

Qro68 Eiamings from Operation $286,144 42

Le«8 Operating Expenses.-.. 169,108 12

Income from Operation

Total Income

Deductions from Income :

Interest on Fimded Debt Accrued $33,250 00

Taxes 4,342 86

Total Deductions from Income

Net Income

Dividends, 1 percent., Common Stock. $10,000 00

Total

Surplus from Operations of Year ending

June 30, 1890

Surplus on June 30, 1889

Surplus on June 30, 1890

EARNINGS FROM OPERATION.



511



$67,036 30
$67,036 30



$37,592 36
$29,443 94



$10,000 00

$19,443 94
11,418 87

$30,862 81



Item.




Total Receipts.


A ctualEamings.


Passenger Revenue




$100,864 45


$100,864 45










Total Passenger Revenue , .




$100,864 45


Mail




9,219 72


Express , . ...




4,800 00










Total Passenger Beamings.


$114,884 17


Freight Revenue





$120,415 24




Total Freight Revenue




$120,415 24


Total Freight Earnings




$120,415 24


Total Passenger and Freight
Beamings




$2a5,299 41


Other Sources -




845 01










Total Other Elamings


$845 01




from






Total Gross Earnings
Of>eration


$236,144 42











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OPERATING EXPENSES.



Item.



Maintenance of Way and Structures :

Repairs of Roadway

Renewals of Ties

Repairs of Bridges and Culverts

Repairs of Fences, Road-crossings, Signs,

and Cattle Guards

Repairs of Buildings

Total

Maintenance of Equipment :

Repairs and Renewals of Locomotives. . .
Repairs and Renewals of Passenger Cars.
Repairs and Renewals of Freight Cars. . .
Shop Machinery, Tools, etc

Total

Conducting Transjxii-tation :

Wages of Enginemen, Firemen and

Round-housemen

Fuel for Locomotives

Water Supply for Locomotives

Wages of other Trainmen

Wages of Switchmen, Flagmen, and

Watchmen

Expense of Telegraph, including Train

Dispatchers and Operators

Wages of Station Agents, Clerks and

Lab* >rers

Station Supplies

Switching Charges — Balance

Car Mileage — Balance

Loss and Damage

Other Expenses

Total -

General Expenses :

Salaries of Officers. _

Salaries of Clerks

Advertising

Insiwance

Stationery and Printing

Other General Ex|)enses

Total



Total.



$27,266 .)7
13,618 17
8,710 44

2,874 94
3,364 52

$55,834 64



I 8,007 05
9,007 97
7,530 27
1,206 77

$25,752 06



$11,990 50

29,558 95

225 00

14,681 57

2,854 90

561 65



8,378 00
1,273 27
1,800 00
3,797 24
815 70
2,211 57


$78,148 ;)5

$5,070 00
810 00
209 71
908 98
597 72
1,776 66



$9,373 07



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ANNUAL RETURNS.
OPERATING EXPENSES.— Continued.
Item. I Total.



513



Recapitulation of Expenses :

Maintenance of Way and Structures-..

Maintenance of Equipment

Conducting Transportation

Greneral Exi)ense8



Grand Total.



Percentage of Operating Expenses to Earn-
ings



$ 5r),«34 64

25,752 06

78,148 35

9,873 07

$169,108 12



71.61



GENERAL BALANCE SHEET.



Coet of Road )

Coet of Equipment f ,

Cash and Current Assets $35,964 26



Other Assets :

3faterials and Supplies.

Total



16,356 91
5,074 07



$1,475,000 00



$57,395 24 ' $1,475,(KM) 00



C^apital Stock §l,0(M),o6o 00

Funded Debt ' 475.000 00

Chirrent Liabilities $20,990 76

Accrued Interest on Funded Debt not] j

vet payable , 5,541 67

Profit and Loss 30,862 81



Total j $57,395 24 $1,475,000 00



CASH STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS FOR THE

YEAR.



Resources to Account for.



Item.



Net Income from Operation | $67,036 30



Total

Increase in Current Liabilities

Total

errand Total



$36 29



Total.

$67,036 30

$36 29
$67,072 59



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514 BAILROAD C0MMI88I0NEB8' REPORT.

CASH STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS FOR THE
YEAR.— Continued.



Resources Accounted for. Item. ' Total.



Fixe<i Charj^es:

Interest on Funded Debt paid $33,250 00

Taxes 4.342 36



Total I $37.5^2 36

Other Charges against Net Income : |

Dividends $10,000 00



Total - $10,000 00



Increase in Assets :

Cash on hand

Cash Assets.



$15,775 87
1,583 92
Other AKsets. 2,120 44



Total $19,4«0 23



Grand Total ] $67,072 J



We have no written Contracts and Agreements.

SECURITY FOR FUNDED DEBT.

WHAT ROAD MORTGAGED.

Class of Bond or Obligation. -



From To Miles.



Fii>t Mort^i^e. [Bennington . Rutland

North New York 58,91

I Bennington State Line..



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ANNUAL RETURNS.
EMPLOYES AND SALARIES.



515



Class.



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General Officers

Road Master and Master Mechaaic



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