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Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and
Number of trestle bridges of 25 feet length and
nals 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 pas
sengers to and from other roads Average rate of fare per mile received from ali
passengers Average rate of local freight per ton per milet 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
Capital stock authorized by votes of company
$170,000.00 Capital stock issued (number of shares, 1,700); amount paid in Total amount paid in (as per books of the
pany) Total number of stockholders
11 Number of stockholders in New Hampshire 6 Amount of stock held in
NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS.
Nathan R. Perkins, President, Jefferson, N. H.; Alson L. Brown, Superintendent, Whitefield, N. H.; Lucius Tuttle, General Passenger Agent, Edward D. Harlow, Treasurer, Boston, Mass.; Samuel N. Bell, Clerk of Corporation, Manchester, N. H.
* On miles of road owned in New Hampshire.
NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS LAST ELECTED.
Edwin Mowry, Charles S. Mellen, Boston, Mass.; Samuel N. Bell, Manchester, N. H.; William A. Stowell, Montpelier, Vt.; Alson L. Brown, Warren G. Brown, Whitefield, N. H.; Nathan R. Perkins, Jefferson, N. H.; Ossian Ray, Lancaster, N. H.
PROPER ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY :
WHITEFIELD & JEFFERSON RAILROAD COMPANY,
Superintendent and Cashier's Office, WHITEFIELD, N. H. Treasurer's and Transfer Ofice, 31 MILK STREET, Boston, Mass.
N. R. PERKINS,
Treasurer. A. L. BROWN,
STATE OF New HAMPSHIRE.
Coos, ss. WHITEFIELD, November 12, 1886. Then personally appeared A. L. Brown, W. G. Brown, and N. R. Perkins, and severally made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by them subscribed, according to their best knowledge and belief.
JAMES C. TRICKEY,
Justice of the Peace.
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.
SUFFOLK, ss. BOSTON, December 10, 1886. Then personally appeared Edward D. Harlow, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by him subscribed, according to his best knowledge and belief.
GEORGE N. CARPENTER,
Justice of the Peace.