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Income from all other sources, viz. :
Rents from real estate

Total income from all sources

ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Salaries of general officers and clerks
Legal expenses

Insurance.

Stationery and printing

Outside agencies and advertising
Contingencies and miscellaneous

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle

guards).

Repairs of buildings

Repairs of fences, road-crossings, and signs
Renewal of rails

[Number tons steel laid, 57.]

Renewal of ties

[Number laid, 7,242.] Repairs of road-bed and track Repairs of locomotives

Fuel for locomotives

[Tons of coal, 5,419; cords of wood, 286.]
Water supply
Oil and waste
Locomotive service
Repairs of passenger cars
Passenger-train service *
66 supplies
Mileage passenger cars †
Repairs of freight cars
Freight-train service*

66

supplies
Mileage freight cars †
Telegraph expenses
Agents' and station service*
Station supplies

*

$270.00

Total operating expenses Taxes, state

66 local

Total operating expenses and taxes.

PROPERTY ACCOUNTS: CHARGES AND CREDITS DUR-
ING THE YEAR.
Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other expenses
during construction

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$270.00

231,462.32

$6,005.29

392.43

480.50

821.60

269.86

375.80

217.46 3,614.70

543.15 2,137.24

3,089.62

41,490.78

7,780.54 26,311.73

405.30 1,080.98

13,937.41

302.57 2,374.87

98.38

6,778.00 4,627.12

9,834.53

233.67

18,619.58

531.86 10,198.27 1,082.81

$163,636.05 6,101.69 52.41

$169,790.14

$343.11

Total for construction Locomotives

Total for equipment

Total charges to property accounts
Property sold (or reduced in valuation on the books)
and credited property accounts during the year:
From No. 3

$20,000.00
1,395.03

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Total credits to property accounts

Net addition to property account for the year

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MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.

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Passenger-train mileage.
Freight-train mileage
Total revenue train mileage
Switching-train mileage
Other train mileage.

Total train mileage

$25,000.00
152,101.44

Total liabilities (as per books of the company)

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Number of season-ticket passengers

Number of local passengers (including season)
Number of through passengers (to and from other

roads going over and beyond this road)

Total number of passengers carried ́.

$343.11 4,136.77

4,136.77

4,479.88

21,395.03 16,915.15

$701,223.38

118.93 186.71

$701,529.02

$500,000.00 177,101.44

24,427.58 $701,529.02

64,714

105,231

169,945

25,953

13,638

209,536

3,432

38,891

89,534 128,425

* Reckoning twelve passengers per week for time of each season ticket.

Local passenger mileage (local passengers carried
one mile)
Through passenger mileage (through passengers
carried one mile).

Total passenger mileage
Number tons local freight

Number tons through freight (to and from other
roads going over and beyond this road)
Total number tons freight carried

Local freight mileage (tons local freight carried
one mile)

Through freight mileage (tons through freight carried one mile)

Total freight mileage

Average number of persons employed

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

Main line of road from Bellows Falls, Vt., to Wind-
sor, N. H.

Main line of road in New Hampshire
Vermont.

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64

Double track on main line

Same in New Hampshire.

Total road belonging to this company
Sidings and other tracks not above enumerated
Same in New Hampshire

*

Total length of track, computed as single track
Same in New Hampshire

Total length of steel rails in tracks, not including
steel-top rails

[Weights per yard, 56 and 66 lbs.]
Total miles of road operated by this company.
Total miles of road operated by this company in
New Hampshire

Number of stations in New Hampshire on all roads
operated by this company

Number of telegraph offices in same

Number of stations on all roads owned by this com

Same in New Hampshire

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Passengers.

Employés..

Others....

66

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66

From causes beyond
their own control
(in New Hampshire).

LIST OF ACCIDENTS.

Number of spans of stone bridges of 25 feet and upwards*

Aggregate length of same for single track

26 ft.

Number of spans of iron bridges of 25 feet and up-
wards*

Aggregate length of same for single track 639 ft.
Number of spans of timber bridges of 25 feet and
upwards
Aggregate length of same for single track 1,174 ft.
Number of crossings of highways at grade *

*

66

over railroad

From their own

misconduct or Total in New carelessness (in Hampshire. New Hampshire).

66

BRIDGES.

66

under railroad

highway bridges 18 feet above track

Killed.

STATEMENT OF EACH ACCIDENT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.

January 5, 1886. — George Provost, a trespasser, about 25 years of age, caught on to No. 5 freight train while passing Bellows Falls station. When about half way between Bellows Falls bridge and North Walpole, he either fell off or jumped off, breaking an arm and a leg. The arm was afterwards amputated.

April 24.-Thomas Flynn, employed on gravel train, jumped from moving train while going into gravel pit between Springfield station and North Charlestown, falling under the cars, which cut off one arm, broke one leg, and crushed his back. He died at 4 o'clock P. M. of same day.

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Injured.

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* In New Hampshire, on miles of road owned.

Total on whole road

operated.

Killed.

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Injured.

Number of crossings at which there are neither signals nor flagmen *

RATES OF FARE, ETC.

Average rate of fare per mile (not including season tickets) for local passengers on roads operated by this company t

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

Average rate of fare per mile for season-ticket

sengers

Average rate of fare mile received from per

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sengers

Average rate of local freight per ton per mile †
Average rate of freight per ton per mile received
from freight to and from other roads
Average rate of freight per ton per mile received
from all freight

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$500,000.00

500,000.00

company Capital stock issued; amount paid in

Total amount paid in (as per books of the company) Total number of stockholders.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS.

A. B. Harris, President, Springfield, Mass.; W. G. McIntyre, Auditor, Springfield, Mass.; J. Mulligan, Superintendent, Springfield, Mass.; H. E. Howard, General Freight Agent, Springfield, Mass.; E. C. Watson, General Ticket Agent, Springfield, Mass.; E. F. Lane, Treasurer, Keene, N. H.; J. H. Albin, Clerk of Corporation, Concord, N. H.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS LAST ELECTED.

A. B. Harris, Springfield, Mass.; C. J. Amidon, Hinsdale, N. H.; H. C. Robinson, Hartford, Ct.; J. H. Albin, Concord, N. H.; Frederick Billings, Woodstock, Vt.; N. E. Martin, Concord, N. H.; J. H. Williams, Bellows Falls, Vt.

* In New Hampshire, on miles of road owned.

† Rates as per tariff.

Reckoning twelve passengers per week for time of each season ticket.

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