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PROPER ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY:

SULLIVAN COUNTY RAILROAD COMPANY,

SPRINGFIELD, HAMPDEN COUNTY, MASS.

A. B. HARRIS,

President. C. J. AMIDON,

Director. E. F. LANE,

Treasurer. J. MULLIGAN,

Superintendent.

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. HAMPDEN, SS. SPRINGFIELD, December 22, 1886. Then personally appeared A. B. Harris, C. J. Amidon, and J. Mulligan, and severally made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by them subscribed, according to their best knowledge and belief.

GEO. E. FRINK,

Justice of the Peace.

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. CHESHIRE, ss. December 25, 1886. Then personally appeared Elisha F. Lane, above-named treasurer, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by him subscribed, according to his best knowledge and belief.

F. F. LANE, Justice of the Peace.

REPORT

OF THE

WHITEFIELD & JEFFERSON RAIL

ROAD COMPANY

FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1886.

GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.

Total income
Total expense (including taxes)
Net income
Dividends declared (6 per cent)
Balance for the year (deficit)
Balance at commencement of year

$23, 120.69 Balance at commencement of year as so changed Balance September 30, 1886 (surplus)

$33,109.11 27,345.31

5,763.80 10,200.00 4,436.20

23,120.69 18,684.49

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

$874.83

From local passengers (all passengers starting from

or stopping at any station on this road)*
From through passengers (to and from other roads

over and beyond this road)
From express and extra baggage
From mails
From other sources, passenger department

Total earnings from passenger department
From local freight (all freight starting from or

stopping at any station on this road)* From through freight (to and from other roads over

and beyond this road)
From other sources, freight department

Total earnings from freight department
Total transportation earnings

1,632.01

100.00 363.36

35.14 3,005.34

28,026.87

294.93

242.64 28,564.44 31,569.78

* Including passengers and freight to and from other roads starting from or stopping at stations on this road.

$1,539.33

$33,109.11

$292.75

45.26 476.86 170.55

50.00 691.64

100.00 134.53

67.69 3,630.36

1,287.76

Income from all other sources,

viz. : Rents of buildings

$108.00 Locomotive service

1,431.33
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, 100.j Renewal of ties

[Number laid, 6,014.)
Repairs of road-bed and track .
Repairs of locomotives
Fuel for locomotives

[Cords of wood, 2,403.]
Water supply
Oil and waste
Locomotive service
Repairs of passenger cars
Passenger-train service

supplies Repairs of freight cars Freight-train service

supplies
Mileage freight cars
Telephone expenses .
Loss and damage, freight and baggage
Agents' and station service *
Station supplies

Total operating expenses
Taxes, local

Total operating expenses and taxes

3,788.06 3,077.82 4,042.49

.

8.00 367.71 3,229.55 1,001.28 326.00

17.33 2,003.22 1,732.40

58.07 20.90 35.43 15.94 575.75

58.18 $27,305.53

39.78 $27,345.31

Balance Sheet, September 30, 1886.

ASSETS. Cost of road

$189,504.39 Total permanent investments

$189,504.39

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Cash

$1,900.51
Total cash assets
Total assets (as per books of the company)

$1,900.51 $191,404.90

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock
Vouchers and accounts
Profit and loss balance

$170,000.00

2,720.41

18,684.49 $191,404.90

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Total liabilities (as per books of the company)

15,810 13,990 29,800 7,800

1,020 38,620 2,783}

2,656; 5,440

24,524

26,565 51,089 30,986

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.
Passenger-train mileage
Freight-train mileage
Total revenue train mileage
Switching-train mileage
Other train mileage .

Total train mileage
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 .
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 car-
ried one mile) *

Total freight mileage
Average number of persons employed

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.
Main line of road from Whitefield to Jefferson
Main line of road in New Hampshire
Branch owned by the company, viz. :

Camp Carroll
Total length of branch owned by company in New
Hampshire

171 31,157

248,131

1,713 249.844

29

10.68 miles. 10.68

2.68

2.68

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* Carried to and from other roads.

13.36 miles.
2.66
2.66
16.02
16.02

10.5

Sidings and other

tracks not above exumerated 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

[Weight per yard, 50 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 telephone offices in same
Number of stations on all roads owned by this com-

pany Same in New Hampshire.

19

19

.

4 3

4
4

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GENERAL INFORMATION.
Maximum weight of locomotives in working order.
Average
Maximum weight of tenders full of fuel and water
Average
Maximum weight of passenger cars
Average

mail and baggage cars
Length of heaviest engine and tender, from center

of forward truck-wheel of engine to center of rear

wheel of tender Total length of heaviest engine and tender over ali Number of locomotives equipped with train brake .

[Kind of brake, Westinghouse.] Number of cars equipped with train brake

[Kind of brake, Westinghouse.]

12 10 16 16 12

41 feet.
46
2

2

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