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REPORT

OF THE

CONCORD STREET RAILWAY

COMPANY

FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1886.

CAPITAL STOCK AND DEBT.

CAPITAL STOCK.

Capital stock authorized by charter $50,000.00
Capital stock authorized by votes of
company

50,000.00 Capital stock paid (par value of shares, $100) Number of stockholders

84

$50,000.00

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$32,165.49

Grading and paving
Track, including timber, rails, etc., and laying
Interest during construction, commissions, dis-

counts, etc.
Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other ex-
penses during construction

Total cost of construction

32,165.49

EQUIPMENT

Horses
Cars
Two steam motors
Other articles of equipment

Total cost of equipment

$1,981.00 10,175.00 6,200.00 1,821.32

$20,177.32

$7,975.00

7,975.00 60,317.81

1,313.72 61,631.52

$2,561.49

256.36

LAND AND BUILDINGS.
Land owned by company needed in operating road
Buildings

Total cost of land and buildings
Total amount of permanent investments
Cash assets

Total property and assets of the company
PROPERTY ACCOUNTS: CHARGES AND CREDITS

DURING THE YEAR.
Land and buildings, by increased appraisal
Property sold or reduced in valuation on the books:
Equipment reduced by appraisal .
Net addition to property for the year

REVENUE FOR THE YEAR.
Received from passengers on railways operated by

this company
Received from mails and express

sales of manure and pigs :
Total earnings
Income from other sources:
Rent of house

$50.78 Work at blacksmith-shop

37.89 Total income from all sources

$2,305.13

$18,334.16

14.05 69.50

$18,417.71

88.67

$18,506.38

EXPENSES OF OPERATING THE RAILWAY FOR THE

YEAR.

$1,179.00

Repairs of road-bed and track .
Repairs of cars and other vehicles, harness, and

horseshoeing
Repairs on buildings
Renewal of horses
Wages and salaries of president, treasurer, superin-

tendent, and their clerks
Wages and salaries of all other persons employed

in operating the road

4,377.98

250.00 295.00

720.00

5,796.08

$3,906.73

181.50

Provender
Insurance
Office expenses and all other expenses not included
above

Total expenses of operating

351.05

$17,057.34

NET INCOME, DIVIDENDS, ETC.
Total net income above operating expenses
Dividends declared (6 per cent for the year)
Balance for the year, or deficit
Surplus at commencement of year $9,577.35
Deduct deficit

$1,250.96 Decreased value of equipment 256.36

$1,507.32

$1,449.04 2,700.00 1,250.96

Add increased value of real estate

Total surplus December 31, 1886

8,070.03 2,561.49 10,631.52

4 5 15 13 2

INVENTORY OF EQUIPMENT DECEMBER 31, 1886.
Box cars
Open cars
Horses
Harnesses (pairs of)
Omnibuses
Sleighs
Other articles of equipment:

Steam motors
Leveler
Carts

Wagon and sleds
Largest number of horses owned at any time during
Smallest number of horses owned at any time dur-

ing the year ,

2 1 2 3

the year

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Copy of Profit and Loss Account for the Year Ending

December 31, 1886.

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7 miles.

mile. 78 miles. 2

Length of railway owned by company, measured as

a single track, exclusive of sidings
Aggregate length of switches, sidings, etc.
Total length of track, measured as single track
Total length of track paved
Weight of rail per yard and description of rail :

Steel, 25 lbs. ; iron, 34 lbs.
Total length of railway, measured as single track,

not including sidings, etc., operated by this com-
pany

7 miles.

MILES RUN, ETC.
Total number of miles run during the year
Total number of passengers carried in the cars
Total number of round trips for the year
Number of persons regularly employed by company
Rates of fare: 6, 12, and 17 cents.

86,724 miles. 236,212 7,093

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PROPER ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY :

CONCORD HORSE RAILROAD,

CONCORD, N. H.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS. Moses Humphrey, President and Superintendent ; H. J. Crippen, Treasurer; E. C. Hoague, Clerk of Corporation, — all of Concord.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS LAST ELECTED. Moses Humphrey, Ames F. Holt, Geo. A. Cummings, Howard A. Dodge, and J. H. Albin, Concord, N. H.; Paul R. Holden, West Concord, N. H.; John C. Pearson, Boscawen, N. H.

MOSES HUMPHREY,
GEO. A. CUMMINGS,
J. H. ALBIN,

Directors.
H. J. CRIPPEN,

Treasurer.
MOSES HUMPHREY,

Superintendent.

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. MERRIMACK, ss. January 22, 1887. Then personally appeared Moses Humphrey and H. J. Crippen, and severally made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by them subscribed, according to their best knowledge and belief.

J. H. ALBIN, Justice of the Peace. )

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