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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THB 



Board of Railroad Commissioners 



OP THE 



STATE OF NEW YORK, 



For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1893. 



TRANSMITTED TO T H% I.EOISUATO RE JANUARY 9. 1884. 



COMMISSIONERS: 

, SAMUEL A. BEARDSLEY, | MICHAEL RICKARD, 



ALFRED C. CHAPIN. 



VOLUME II. 



ALBANY: 

JAJfES R LYON, STATE PRINTER. 

1894. 




H4-2^^ 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAOB. 

[T^alated statements of all annual reports filed with Board 6-67 

I IM of railroad companies, organized since July 1, 1888, from which 
DO reports have been received; roads not built or but partiaUy 

built 68-72 

Ifkbulated statement of accidents, surface street roads 78 

f AnnoaJ reports of surface steam railroad companies 77-655 

anal reports of elevated steam railroad companies 659-588 

I Aimtial reports of palace-car and sleeping-car companies 685 

auaI reports of surface street railroad companies 691-945 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAOB. 

Tabulated st^atemeiits of all annual reports filed with Board 6-67 

list of railroad companies, organized since July 1, 1888, from which 
no reports have been received; roads not built or but partially 

built 68-72 

Tabulated statement of accidents, surface street roads 78 

Annual reports of surface steam railroad companies 77-656 

Annnal reports of elevated steam railroad companies 659-588 

Annual reports of palace-car and sleeping-car companies 685 

Annual reports of surface street railroad companies 691-945 



TABULATED STATEMENTS 



OP 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



6 Report of the BiLiLsoAD Comhissionsbs. 

TABLB 

Roads in Ope]ia.tiok — 

Comparative Statement of Oroas Earnings from Operation, Opera- 
Income from, aU sources for years 

"d'*denotM 



NAME OF ROAD. 



Addison and PennqylTanla . 

Adirondack 

All>an J and SuBqudhanna . . 

Allegneny and Kinzua 

Attica and Freedom 



Bath and Hammondq>ort 

Boston and \lban7 

Bradford, Eldred and Cuba 

Brooklyn, Bath and West End 

Brooklyn and Brighton Beach 

Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach . . . . 
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh . 

Carthage and Adirondack 

Catskill Mountain 

Central New England and Western. 



Oentral New York and Western. 

Chateaugay • 

Chautauqua Lake 

Clo^e Branch 

ConnecUng Terminal 



Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley. 
Comin?, Cowanesque and Antri u . 

Dangville and Mount Morris 

Delaware, Lackawanna & We item. 
Dunkirk, Allegheny Val. & Plttsb'gh 

Elmbt^ Cortland and Norihem .... 

Elmira and Lake Ontario 

Elmira and Willlamsport 

FaU Brook 

Fitchburg 



Fonda, Johnstown and Oloversrille 
Qenesee and Wyomhig Valley. . . . 

Grand View Beach 

Gtat»enwich and JohnsonvUle 

Herkimer, Newport and Poland . . 



Island 

Eaaterskill. 



Kanona and Prattsburg^. . 
KeeseT., Aus. Chasm & Lakt 
Kinderhook and Hudson. 



:eChanL 



Lake Champlain and Moriah 

Lackawanna and Pittsburgh 

Lake Shore and Michigan South Vn, 

Lebanon Springs 

Lehigh and Hudson River 



Lehigh Valley 

Long Island 

Mahopac Falls 

Marine 

Middleburgh and Schoharie. 



Middlesex Valley 

Middletown,UnionTille& Water Qap 
Mohawk and Malone 



18tt. 



Gross earnings 

from 

operation. 



$»,2S9 95 

161,785 60 

8,880,464 48 

50,418 66 

6,901 86 

29,069 54 
9,602,800 78 
26,962 82 
78,878 80 
113,406 60 

TO,250 80 
2,808,853 09 
122,224 3: 
45,488 60 
666,358 03 



249,686 27 

48,127 56 

9,490 18 

186,889 »5 

46,229 8^ 

815,893 56 

5,471 80 

8,236,118 85 

278,893 42 

895,819 06 
6n,185 47 
986,666 08 



7,085,868 76 
229,883 41 



16,54'4 14 
41,068 46 
55,489 65 

54,064 07 
14,851 45 
15,246 60 
14,668 82 
47,282 85 

92,056 97 
14,9S0 46 
22,550,994 96 
60,910 69 
891,842 89 

404,970 90 

4,171,628 48 

4,631 59 

10,206 60 

10,764 13 



88,689 51 



Operating 



960,801 26 

118,100 12 

2,196,708 84 

65,887 91 

7,885 01 

16,055 73 
6,801,287 68 
29,480 85 
75,078 69 
75,457 54 

40,408 94 

1,943,868 87 

• 78,961 18 

26,147 74 

599,682 56 



148,081 84 

41,676 78 

9,489 99 

76,887 59 

40,266 49 

580,041 46 

7,855 84 

4,184,245 69 

195,190 25 

256,664 56 
681,459 93 
789,644 21 

* '6,*ii2,*697*ii 

180,874 28 

ii,'878*82 

27,077 67 
87,741 18 

27,152 00 
9,467 88 
9,869 69 
18,815 08 
22,806 61 

10,881 00 
14,910 64 
14,928,877 21 
69,778 01 
198,945 18 

827,891 38 

2,784,416 97 

4,441 29 

18.087 48 

6,984 80 



24,668 84 



Net earnings 

from 

operation. 



$82,988 69 

48,688 48 

1.681,671 14 

8,680 74 

d 918 65 

12,968 81 

2,801,518 10 

d 2,467 58 

3,200 21 

87,948 06 

88,751 86 
864,484 1^ 
48,278 24 
19,340 05 
66,675 47 



101,564 93 

6,550 83 

19 

110,601 76 

5,968 83 

265,858 10 

d 2,884 04 

4,051.868 16 

88,718 7 

188,664 50 

d 10,274 46 

246,021 87 

iia82i66i'65 

99.009 13 

""5;i69*82 
14,006 79 
17,748 52 

86,882 07 
4,883 62 
6,877 01 
1,858 79 

24,4»74 

22,226 97 

19 82 

7,681,617 75 

d 8,867 82 

192,807 71 

77,079 52 
1,487,106 51 

2,190 80 
d 7,880 8S 

8,689 83 



18,081 17 



Income 
ftxmi other 



operation. 



918,680 84 



241 67 
125 S8 

846 64 
260,516 69 



600 00 



2,588 87 
52,556 81 



446 11 
88,760 81 



481 88 
104 00 



829 61 



148 00 



499 94 
800 00 



818,446 04 
1,078 96 



886 85 

8,896 90 



8S7 60 



76189 
8,198 00 

899 69 

606,999 8 
570 80 

5,196 5< 



198,854 41 
868*00 



174 00 



Gboss Znoomb of Stkah Boads. 7 

A. 

SUBFACB StSAM. 

ting JSxpenseSy Net Earnings^ Income from other sources^ and Grross 

ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 

deflcieocj. 



189S. 



Oroaftinoome 

from 
«ll80iiroe« 



Gross earninga 

from 

operation. 



Operating 
expenses 



Net earnings 

from 

operation. 



Inoome 

from other 

sources than 

operation. 



Gross income 

from 
all sources. 



$45,649 59 

48,688 48 

1,881,671 14 

8,8»41 

d 78B 13 

18,810 45 

8,088,028 79 

d 8,487 58 

8,900 21 

88 448 06 

85,810 18 
917,089 93 
48,278 84 
19,787 06 
90,435 78 



101,554 98 

8,9iS 72 

104 19 

110,501 76 

8,898 94 

885,858 10 

8,384 04 

4,061.868 16 

88,865 17 

188,164 44 

9,974 46 

846,981 87 

'8^S38407'89 

100,081 89 



5.189 83 
14,831 64 
90,045 81 

87,189 87 
4,888 82 
5,877 01 
2,115 17 

96,616 74 

23,6!5 65 

10 82 

i27,617 56 

8,07 06 

107,696 85 

7,079 58 
.»O,400 98 

8.190 80 
7,880 88 
4,19188 



14,086 17 



$94,193 8? 

175,808 58 

4,208,806 2t 

42,443 22 

16,718 88 

84,186 81 
9,964,641 66 

98,718 42 

76,966 78 

3,169,567 66 

b 183,079 92 

49,481 74 
c 

d 88,639 58 
180,866 23 

'6,'447'86 
208,587 61 

56,261 85 
f 

*^9;299;568*8i 
806,881 89 

418,227 68 
780.731 77 

1,189 795 92 
777,998 61 

7.418,409 09 

278,186 98 

25,347 16 

12,491 47 

48,700 29 

h 

64,106 86 
15,660 20 
17,760 17 
15,666 87 
44,421 57 

76,227 92 

64,662 15 
507,169 15 

k 

4,800,887 96 

* 'i6,*i26*60 
10,959 98 

1 88,686 18 

47,780 01 

bl 946,828 99 



$61,788 20 

128.567 26 

2,280,172 fSt 

41,141 28 

17,331 16 

16 899 88 
7,130,108 28 

"iisisio'ii 

66 774 27 

45,087 67 

2,218 28b 64 

84,}106 49 

27,589 15 



27,808 38 
116 2^4 13 

"9;787*84 
74,647 82 

45,467 08 



4,687.925 66 
2-^,911 6j 

274,889 87 
658,896 59 
808,053 9d 
470,087 05 
5,542,680 01 

166,703 17 
18,154 27 
8,602 07 
28,661 06 



87,618 68 
10,841 51 
12,292 27 
18,140 54 
10,695 04 

58,613 50 

71,168 69 
342,561 43 



2,833,891 48 

8,*662'52 

8,178 84 

14,849 42 
26,528 00 
881,548 00 



$82,406 03 

51,751 Si 

2,018,723 99 

1,301 94 

d 612 28 

17,287 48 
2,884,588 VT 

d 4*996*54 

Sl.bdO 15 

30,878 21 
951,329 01 
48,774 48 
21,892 58 



6,831 25 
64,182 10 

"'8*296'64 
128,989 79 

10,784 82 



4,661,63)2 06 
76,470 29 

143,887 81 
72,8% 18 
881,741 W 
807,899 56 
1,875,720 58 

106,488 81 
12,192 89 
3,798 80 
15,149 21 



26,492 78 
4,818 60 
5,457 90 
2,528 3:) 

24,726 53 

17,614 42 

"7;442Ui9'9i 

d 6,506 54 

164,607 74 



1,466,446 58 

iUoiw 

2,786 14 

8,286 71 

21,192 01 

d 86,884 10 



$9,145 07 
8,615 48 



Sffi2 99 

877 75 
205,233 40 



5C0 00 



45,724 11 
605 08 
242 43 



58 67 

"ooso 

786 47 



4M 50 
960 64 



271 ,416 26 
288,888 10 

1,883 21 



187 60 
292 40 



1,252 50 
" *876 86 



662 12 



493,568 58 

1,878 •& 

20,141 45 



481.253 29 



106 82 
174 00 
61 81 



$41,560 10 

5»,566 80 

2,018,723 49 

1.801 99 



17,665 18 
3,039,771-77 

4,996*54 

32,489 15 

30,678 21 
997,063 12 
49,379 51 
22,186 02 



6 300 12 
64,132 10 

* "8.198*54 
128,939 79 

11,571 29 



4,601,632 96 
76,904 79 

144,848 45 

72,885 18 

381,741 93 

579,817 82 

2,161,606 68 

108,317 08 
12.192 89 
.'(,986 30 
15,441 61 



27,745 28 
4,818 69 
5,457 90 
8,405 19 

24,726 58 

18,276 54 

'"7;985',9fi8'49 
d 4,628 31 

184,749 17 



1,947,099 82 

iiioi'is 

8 786 14 

8,843 53 

21,366 01 

d 86,162 89 



h-\ 



BePOBT of THB KaILBOAD C0MMI88IONXB8. 



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rtr-^ 



TABLE A — 

Roads in Opsbation — 

Comparative Statement of Gross Earnings from Operation^ Opera- 
Income from all sources^ for years 

"d'' denotes 



NAME OF ROAD. 



Mount McGregor 

Kewburgh, Dutchees and Conn 

New Jersey and New York 

New York and Canada 

New York Central & Hudson River. 

N. Y. C, H. R. and Fort Orange. . . . 
New York, Chicago and St. Louis. . 
New York, Lake Erie and Western 

New York and Massachusetts 

New York and New England 

N. Y., New Haven and Hartford . . . 

New York and Northern 

New York, Ontario and Western . . . 
New York and Rockaway Beach . . . 
New York and Sea Beach 



Northern Adirondack 

Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain . . 

Orange County 

Otis Elevating 1 

Owasco River ■ 

Pennsylvania, Po'keepsie & Boston 

Philadelphia and Reading 

Philadelphia, Read, and New Eng. 
Port Jervis, MonUcello & New York 
Poughke.'psie and Ek&steru 

Prospect Park and Coney Island . . 

Rensselaer and Saratoga 

Rochester. Hornellsville and Lack. 

Rochester and Lake Ontario 

Schoharie Valley 



Seneca EUectric 

Silver Lake 

Skaneateles • • • 

South Brooklyn R. R & Termhial 
^uthem Central 



Staten Island Rapid Transit 

Sterling Mountain 

Stony Clove and Catskill Mountain. 

Syracuse and Baldwinsville 

Syracuse, Binghamton & New York 

Syracuse, Geneva and Corning. . 

Tioga......... 

Ulster and Delaware 

United States and Canada 

Wallkill Valley 



WellsTlUe, Coudersport and P. C. . . 
Western N. Y. and Pennsylvania. . . 



1898. 



Gross earnings 

from 

operation. 



$11,771 60 
178,505 46 
304,460 14 
054,885 &.> 

42.628.911 16 

2,810 84 
6,297,.%2 35 

81.602.912 41 
61,508 85 

6,21tf,617 26 

11,918,701 08 

621,216 80 

8,265,417 89 

238,814 18 

71,915 35 

187,359 96 

858,416 98 

17,297 13 



',3C-8 75 



197,984 60 
32,942.216 97 



56,&?7 < 



l.'59.387 34 

2, 56:}, 782 15 

3i,()71 43 

26,511 16 

16.262 34 

10,740 15 
26,388 20 
28,324 43 



226,079 06 

l,04r,631 84 

21,269 94 

55,515 63 

8,101 03 

869,458 05 

805,984 15 
.360,040 97 
399,866 93 
8,389 31 
152,795 59 

21,240 25 
3,580,155 70 



$218,998,745 96 



Operating 
expenses. 



$9,485 13 
182,876 66 
204,5.'59 48 
735,868 53 
29,714,122 22 

2,417 58 

5,070.637 95 

21,2;i4,717 87 

64,654 00 

4,652,441 65 

8,278,010 69 
431,594 88 

2,359,845 86 
191,643 81 
70,900 04 

86,868 03 

566,122 47 

11,414 71 

ijoe'ii 

214,612 79 
19,774,808 46 

Ao.mm 



129,820 18 
1,581,G«}4 or 
33,942 50 
19,696 94 
13,370 19 

6,853 32 
11,790 60 
19,969 42 

'**i86;837'24 

692,391 08 

17,650 82 

80,:i8 17 

8,060 07 

460,819 14 

556,383 89 
171,029 29 
269,661 24 
11,253 12 
88,108 04 

10,670 86 
2,398,359 84 



$148,864,446 67 



Net earnings 

from 

operation. 



Itfcome 

from other 

souroes than 

operation. 



$2,886 47 
41,126 80 
39,900 66 
218,626 99 
12,914,788 94 

896 76 

1,226,724 40 

10,458,105 04 

d 13,146 16 

1,664, 76 61 

8,640,600 39 

89,621 92 

905,672 08 

46,670 87 

1,016 81 

100,991 93 

292,293 61 

6,882 42 

66282 

d 16,628 19 
18,167,408 61 

'* 15, 606 08 



29,667 16 

982,128 08 

d 2,871 07 

6,814 22 

2,892 16 

8.886 83 
14,597 61 
8,356 01 

"45^241 82 

864,840 76 

8 619 62 

24,787 46 

40 96 

409,138 91 

249,600 26 

175,311 68 

180,106 69 

d 2,868 81 

64,692 56 

10,569 80 
1,181,795 86 



$70,684,800 81 



$M5 26 



2,849,714 18 



12,265 69 

1,088,076 86 

1,449 05 

6,205 08 

180,837 06 

6,848 08 

75,085 00 

1,884 00 

44,801 11 

10,081 61 
8,016 80 



676,188 00 



40,800 68 
0,545 00 

"2; 176 "75 



810 00 

41,583 05 

708 88 



476 60 

'8*,866*ii 



$6,876,606 < 



Gross Inoomb of ^team Eoads. 9 

{Continued), 

SUBFACB StBAM. 

ting ExpenaeSy Net JEkimingSy Income from other sources, arid Gross 

mding June 30, 1892 and 1803. 

daadoKT 



1896. 



GroM income 

from 
alliouroes. 



OrosB earnings 

from 

operation. 



Operating 
expenses. 



Net earnings 

from 

operation. 



Income 

from other 

sources than 

operation. 



Qross income 

from 
all sources. 



$S,836 47 

41,874 06 

89,900 68 

218,5:26 99 

16,794,608 07 

898 76 

1,888,979 99 

11,486,770 39 

d ll,6b5 2U 

1,070,470 64 

8,^,988 35 
96,864 86 
960,507 03 
48.4B5 66 
45,816 4S 

111.083 54 

SM.SIO .^1 

5,882 m 



d 16,6« 19 
18,748,573 80 



15,606 08 



70,457 68 
991,878 08 
8,871 07 
8,989 97 
8,(<» 15 

4,196 88 

66,181 46 

1,148 83 

iJ.'aii'K 

364,240 76 

4,096 18 

2«,7l«7 46 

40(6 

412,605 08 

M9,000 26 
175,811 68 
180,196 60 
8,868 81 
66,519 01 

10,560 89 
M81,795 88 



\009,8B6 96 



89,048 14 
167,587 90 
381,883 75 
988,9%'5 97 
48,061,846 63 

2,816 34 
6,556 875 64 
80,638,078 63 

m 

6,413,061 56 

17,923,060 57 

616,303 73 

8,688,178 92 

252,700 16 

88,889 91 

140,719 92 
890.176 22 

44,120 06 
5,214 01 

10,853 11 

202,(59 83 

41,M2.748 24 

n 1,028,218 06 

53,062 66 

o 10,806 86 

171,382 28 
2,501,881 09 

"siiioi'io 

14,560 49 

11,006 40 

24,144 18 

83,046 59 

7,688 88 



1,054,081 57 
21,686 59 
60,767 35 

'*" '886,868' 18 

789,771 46 
845,751 84 
488,468 98 
10,877 58 
161,167 88 

80,266 84 
8,716,638 58 



9884,864,615 20 



$18,410 08 
135,179 45 
273,870 28 
750.661 09 
30,681,732 87 



1 84,861 94 

32,408 £4 

57,963 47 

188,271 28 

13,330,118 76 



2,517 58 298 76 

6,236,118 38 1,820,757 26 
20,271,696 57 10,366,6b8 06 



4,481,040 42 

12,405,084 27 
582,589 08 

2,697,788 36 , 
197,170 84 
67,767 00 

H6,875 00 ' 
597,062 68 i 

23,019 63 
3,549 28 
9,304 07 

172,370 44 
25,641,916 27 

988,e02 44 
42,829 60 
19,175 26 

140,059 22 
1,608.906 54 



12,042 06 

6,681 03 
12,893 47 
27.221 19 

4,064 56 



1,981,121 13 

5,517,185 80 

88,714 JW 

990,3M)56 

55,529 3-^ 

16,072 91 

58,844 92 
258,118 64 

21,100 43 
1,664 78 
1,049 04 

30,489 39 

16 200,831 97 

84,855 64 

10,723 C6 

d 8,878 90 

81,278 01 
992,472 56 



716,064 53 
18,152 95 
86,711 98 



608,780 96 

608,682 82 
162,675 89 
292,609 85 
12,671 66 
94,118 96 i 

18,222 13 
2,517,185 97 



$157,128,964 48 



9,080 42 
2,518 41 

4,375 87 
11,260 66 
5,825 40 
8,619 27 



887.967 04 

3,588 64 

24,055 42 

*"482i622'22 

281,089 14 
188,075 96 
140.659 68 
I 1,704 13 
67,068 93 

17,044 71 
1,199,512 66 



$77,226,650 72 



$6,915 54 
166 46 



2,974,846 52 



8,527 38 
1,098,566 m 

iiois'M 

400,418 22 
2,609 68 

75,060 00 
2.885 00 

31.868 66 

8,090 06 
8,887 00 



708,150 24 

30*66 

17,861 79 
0,545 00 



2,060 46 
1 122 49 

380 CO 

85,096 21 

1,842 54 

10,763 21 



5S8 60 
'4,'676'82 

'5;278*69 

"\M\ik 



1,006 18 



$7,248,112 88 



$8,658 66 
82,565 00 
57,968 47 
188,271 28 
16,804,960 28 

296 71 
1,889,284 64 
11,459,969 69 

"*i;987;i66*6i 

6,917,658 58 
86,324 27 

1,065 450 66 
57,854 88 
47,426 57 

61,964 91 
867,000 64 

21,100 48 
1,664 78 
1,049 04 

80,489 89 

16,906,988 21 

84 855 64 

10,788 06 

d 8,889 90 

48,684 80 
1,002,017 66 

11 i66'88 

8,640 90 

4,706 87 
46,845 87 

7,667 04 
14,1:82 48 



887,967 04 
4,066 24 
24,065 42 



486,693 04 

281,080 14 
183,075 9i 
145,882 27 
1,704 II 
68,825 19 

17,044 71 
1,800,518 68 



$84,468,768 60 



10 



Rbpobt of thb Bailboad Commissioners. 



TABLE A — 

Roads in Opebation — 
Comparative Statement of Gross Earnings from Operation^ Opera- 
Income from aU sources^ for years 

"d'' denotes 



NAME OP ROAD 



Brooklyn 

Kirgs County 
Mannattan .. 
Sea View .... 



1893. 



Gross earnings 

from 

operation. 



S1,825,S26 79 

879,886 6.3 

10,695,978 50 

18,730 58 



$18,414,923 50 



Operating 
expenses. 



$1,030,527 67 

560.159 48 

6,425,848 33 

11,028 81 



$7,087,068 79 



Net earnings 

from 

operation 



$794,799 12 

319,727 15 

5,270 680 17 

2,702 27 



$6,887,858 71 



Income 
from othe» 
sources than 
operation. 



$9,826 61 

541 » 

140,000 00 



$149,868 44 



Roads in Operation — 



Operated by 



Albany 

Amsterdam 

Atlantic Avenue.. 

Auburn City 

Binghamton 



Binghamton and Port Dickinson . 

Brooklyn City 

Brooklyn City and Newtown 

Brooklyn Heights 

Buffalo 



Buffalo, N. Me. St.. & Tonaw'daEloc. 
Buffalo and WilliamsvlUe Electric. . 

Citizens (Fishkill) 

Coney Island and Brooklyn 

CroBstown (Buffalo) 



Dunkirk and Fredonia 

Elmiraand Horseheads 

Flushing and College Point 

Glens Falls, S. Hill & Ft. Edward . . 
Harlem Bridge, Monisaaia &, Ford. 



Homellsvllle and Canisteo 

Homellsville Electric 

Houston, West St. & Pavonla Ferry. 

Hudson Electric 

Ithaca 



Jamaica and Brooklyn 

Jamestown 

Niagara Falls & Suspension Bridge. 

Clean 

Oswego 



Pt Richmond & Prohibiten P'k Elec. 

Rochester 

Rochester Electric 

Schenectady 

Sea Cliff Inclined Cable : 



Steinway 

Syracuse Consolidated . 
Third Avenue 



$268,952 69 

43,301 05 

777,658 87 

32,551 93 

45,284 92 

27,491 55 

8,787,295 36 

434,753 33 

18,2.34 18 
935,195 37 



286,406 23 
108,851 15 

14,945 46 
70,180 21 
16,823 68 
88,809 84 
178,646 46 



2,261,983 46 
18,048 56 
5,686 32 

68,777 68 
52,677 84 
25.518 99 
9,614 30 
17,789 61 



688,867 78 

46.682 19 

45,089 00 

1,028 F5 

154,.519 73 

217,117 f 3 

1,741,072 47 



$161,111 43 
81,247 30 
700,640 64 
25,618 90 
81,959 42 

11,687 00 

2,915,509 74 

815,288 17 

8,105 01 

639,589 37 



207,171 81 
71,549 85 

8,840 02 
65,419 75 
22,943 46 
20,895 28 
161,873 61 



1,564,524 10 
10,380 43 
4,380 95 

47,909 64 
51,251 hi 
16.494 66 
6.952 55 
12,557 79 



417,139 38 

8 ,797 84 

28,736 72 

7if4 37 

161,587 62 

164,007 84 

1,184,804 35 



$102,841 26 
12,054 65 
77,018 23 
6,933 08 
13,325 50 

15,854 55 

871,785 62 

119,515 16 

5 129 17 

295,606 00 



79,283 42 
36,801 80 

6,106 44 
14,760 46 

6,119 78 
18,414 66 
17,872 &6 



697,459 36 
7,668 16 
1,305 37 

20,868 04 
1,426 32 
9,0;!4 33 
2,661 75 
5,181 72 



266,218 40 

15.aS4 ffi 

16,3.^2 84 

234 48 

2,9R2 11 

53,109 79 

666,268 12 



Mechan- 

$1,940 94 

"iii;446'79 

890 40 
1,811 71 

"boItm'w 

800 00 

28,711 68 



844 57 
788 65 



888 90 
2,884 50 



189 68 



14,888 76 



743 50 

662 60 

87 67 

8 53 



5 801 18 
568 50 



889 45 

887 60 

86,988 77 



\ 



6eo6S Incomb of Elevatkd and Stbbet Koads. 



11 



(CarUintted). 

Blbyatsd Steam. 

ting Expenses^ Net Earnings^ Income from other sources^ and ChoM 

ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 





1898. 


OroM iDoome 

from 

aUxmroeB. 


QrooB eamlngB 

from 

oi»eratfc>n. 


Operating 
expenses. 


Net earnings 

from 

operation. 


Inoome 
from other 
Booroesthan 


Gross income 

fit)m 
all sources. 


|8M,185 78 

880,908 96 

6.410,680 17 

8,708 87 


$1,985,688 84 

941,690 07 

11,086,859 86 

18,188 47 


$l,091,n8 56 

568!888 06 

6,586 800 65 

9,816 06 


$843,970 88 

877,797 08 

5,600,059 80 

8,818 41 


$11,447 68 

884 68 

140,000 00 

8,909 «7 


$855,417 90 

878,061 65 

6,640,069 80 

5,581 96 


$6,687,787 15 


$18,976,798 88 


$7,851,658 88 


$6,738,189 01 


$158,941 88 


$6,679,080 88 



SrsFAcs Stbbet. 
ical Traction. 



$104,781 80 

18,064 66 

188,460 08 

7,868 48 

14,687 81 

15,854 55 

981,510 57 

119,515 16 

5.480 17 

819,817 68 



80,077 99 
87,S»8S 

6,880 84 
17,044 96 

6,119 78 
13,664 19 
17,878 96 



711,8«2 11 
7,688 15 
1,806 87 

n,611 54 
8,068 98 
9,058 00 
8,005 87 
5,181 78 



sn,4i9 as 

16,448 » 
16,809 84 

984 48 

8,81186 

58,947 89 

581,90188 



$407,864 41 
44,596 05 
784,006 96 
86,788 96 
86,719 88 



3,760,744 00 
490,014 80 
869,885 64 

1,114,006 58 

1,066 05 

8,475 98 

87,876 89 

818,068 88 

850,185 78 

88,178 89 
74,658 58 
15,004 47 
87,669 78 



7,800 85 

18,718 68 

8,170,708 40 

17,940 06 

81,506 95 

78,060 44 
75,948 65 
48,064 90 
10,854 51 
81,880 88 

8,178 85 

708,76144 

65,861 98 

74,148 96 

1,088 86 

167,405 85 

888,588 86 

1,667,588 86 



$841,458 48 

38,899 55 

670,809 05 

86,478 60 

60,875 68 



8,741,864 86 
886,961 68 
887,960 04 
601,579 85 

1,885 74 

8,694 88 

16,718 78 

807,889 40 

166.908 08 

9,680 88 
58,096 16 
81,987 57 
96,664 94 



8,793 88 
11,988 88 
8,188,665 88 
10,881 81 
14,088 88 

60,519 99 
65,783 78 
81,661 18 
8,760 00 
17,910 85 

19,848 05 

480,068 61 

87,600 66 

64,890 18 

765 88 

181,016 00 

196,197 07 

1,168,805 78 



$166,894 99 
18,198 50 
113,699 81 
10,856 35 
86,444 36 



1,018,879 64 
168,058 68 
141,985 60 
488,489 18 

d 87969 

781 60 

10,657 67 

105,813 88 

88,883 65 

18,543 61 

16,657 48 

d 0,988 10 

11,004 78 



4,406 63 I 
1,780 80 I 
1,087,147 67 

6.918 87 
7,474 13 

81,540 45 I 
10,884 88 
16,588 78 
8,094 51 

8.919 98 

[ 11,663 70 

86^,673 83 

18,368 86 

19,858 88 



18,610 66 
86,886 79 
608,648 06 




$7,886 94 



76,468 95 

494 89 

7,047 91 

84,061 18 



888 50 
1,500 00 
1,547 16 

768 78 
883 84 
^ 18 



15 00 

180 00 

4,J86 88 

*" '88*60 

4,684 96 

1,434 35 

488 15 



17,065 88 
668 60 



480 00 

610 68 

98,799 99 



$178,781 98 

18,198 50 

170,871 84 

10,404 78 

40,101 88 



1,094,848 59 
168,547 01 
148,988 51 
446,490 81 

879 69 
781 60 

10,980 17 
106,718 88 

84,780 81 

14,806 38 

17,440 66 

6,640 96 

11,004 78 



4,481 53 

1,910 80 

1,041,884 40 

6.918 87 
7,666 68 

V6,175 41 
11,669 18 
17,011 87 
8,094 51 

8.919 96 

11,668 70 

885,744 06 

18,915 86 

19,858 88 

868 08 

18,190 65 
86,986 41 
697,448 07 



12 



Report of the Railsoad Commissioners. 



TABLE A — 

Roads in Operation — Surface Street — 
Comparative Statement of Gross JSar?iinf/s from Operation^ Optra- 
Income from all sources for years 

" d '' deootef 



NAME OF ROAD. 



1092. 



Oro88 earnings 
from opera- 
tion. 



Tonawanda Electric 

Tonawaoda Street 

Troy City ^.... 

Troy and Lansingburgh 

Union (N. Y. City) 

Union ^Saratoga Springs) 

Utica Belt Line CRec'r) 

Utica and Mohawk 

Watertown 

Watervliet Turnpike and Railroad. 
Yonkers 



Babylon 

Broadway (Brooklyn) 

Broadway Ferry and Metrop'n Ave. 
Brooklyn, Bushwick & Queens Co. . 
B'klyn, Bus'k & Queens Co. (Rec'r). 

Canandaigua 

Central Crosstown 

Central Park, N. and E. River 

City of Poughkeepsie 

Cortland and Homer 

Court Street and East End 

Def rfleld and Utica 

Dry Dock, E. Broadway and Battery 

Eighth Avenue 

Forty-second St. & Grand St. Ferry 

Forty-sec'd St., Man. & St. Nic. Av. 

Frankfort and Ilion 

Fulton and Oswego Falls 

Herkimer and Mohawk 

Huntington 

Johnstown, Glov'sville & Kingsboro 

Kingston City 

Larchmont 

Long Island City and Newtown .... 
Metropolitan Croastown 

Mohawk and Dion 

Mount Vernon and East Chester . . . 

Newburgh (Receiver) 

New York and Harlem 

Ninth Avenue 

Ogdensburg 

Oneida 

Oneida Street (Utica) 

Oneonta 

Pelham Park 

People's (Syracuse) 

Rockaway Village 

Rome 

Second Avenue 

Sixth Avenue 



$5.526 98 



p 

D. 


"37,008 07 
382,411 60 


p 


127,143 78 
25,296 11 
24,888 54 
87,189 96 
12,277 05 



$13,120,038 66 



1847 90 
426.775 33 

* "28*.876'56 
35,721 93 

4,281 51 

524,160 55 

813,817 10 

20,617 86 

10,219 40 

11,441 60 

4,182 40 

737,860 70 

772.938 35 

457,840 52 

614,986 50 
3,835 81 
4,451 82 
7,303 48 
6.188 .M 

15,420 11 

31,806 01 

3,209 76 

28,980 36 

159,539 44 

6,548 45 

16,161 30 

24,476 82 

1,054,168 13 

250,392 80 

6.014 29 
4,554 00 
600 (X) 
8,035 62 
10;411 25 

185,666 15 

1,250 00 

4,152 30 

962,719 55 

401 ,614 05 



Operating 
expenses 



$6,240 10 

"iiiaw io 

104,258 48 



9->,598 22 
19,472 45 
13,649 90 
66,558 97 
10,136 52 



$9,514,845 66 



Net earnings 
from opera- 
tion. 



d $713 12 

"■7,676'97 
188,158 12 



81,550 56 
5,828 66 
10,738 64 
21,635 99 
2,140 58 



$8,606,188 00 



Income from 
other sources 
than opera- 
tion. 



$490 00 



1«7 47 
2.519 86 



284 21 



$246,697 94 



Operated by 



$1,396 00 
328,184 51 

* 28', 640* 46 
44,820 92 

4,425 69 

864,728 38 

591,974 84 

16,656 80 

8,415 87 

12.528 76 

2,996 12 

547,568 14 

MC,039 43 

260,074 91 

461,248 19 
2,427 18 
3,213 61 
3,308 30 
8,627 18 

11,567 08 
22,767 71 
8,021 81 
22,336 14 
107,057 45 

3,524 99 

14,185 55 

23,679 27 

768,0r>3 39 

237,757 75 

6,378 53 
3,789 96 
278 82 
5,386 83 
7,246 61 

103,902 24 

897 27 

4,704 98 

758,781 89 

808,868 07 



d $548 10 
98,640 82 



4,768 96 
9,098 99 



d 194 18 

159,422 22 

221,842 26 

8,961 06 

1,808 58 

d 1,087 16 

1,136 28 

190,292 66 

226,898 92 

197,765 61 

158,688 81 
1 ,408 63 
1,288 21 
3,995 18 
2,561 86 

3,853 08 

9,038 30 

187 94 

1.644 22 

52,481 99 

3,023 46 

1,975 75 

797 65 

286,114 74 

12,635 05 

d 364 94 
814 06 
321 18 

d 2,851 21 
8,166 64 

81,762 91 

862 78 

d 562 68 

908,987 66 

98,745 98 



$8,966 41 



4,911 75 
13,570 18 



13,151 58 
11,706 T9 
11,468 61 



2,430 52 
98 08 


164 00 


98 00 




2,866 90 


119 01 


'"so'.ioi'To 

14,284 88 

541 99 

10 00 


741 41 
496 00 

9,0M 13 



094 86 
18,648 47 
88,998 14 



Gross Income of Stbket Hoads. 



13 



(Continued). 

OperaUd by MechaniccU TracHo^i. 

ting E3q>enses^ Net Earnings^ Income from other sources, and Grose 

ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 





1893. 


OnMi inooma 
frtHnall 
•ooroM. 


Orow earnings 

from opera- 

tionV 


Operating 
expenses. 


Net earnings 

from opera- 

tlonV 


Income 

from other 

sources than 

operation. 


Oross income 
som'ces. 


d 1288 12 


$16,661 66 

8,84109 

479,846 17 

* "iiiiwio 

94,502 80 
148,6J7 81 
80,782 80 
84.796 62 

t 

46,508 10 


$10,085 56 

2,906 88 

228,584 89 

■"*i87;524'86 

8,167 96 
09,580 61 
24.686 38 
82,477 66 


$5,626 10 

486 71 

251,26! 78 




$5,626 10 
485 71 






7,844 44 
190,6/7 96 


$1,479 88 
575*00 


252,741 61 


187,081 50 

16,884 34 

CC,076 70 

6,095 97 

2,821 06 


187,656 50 
16,884 84 


81,960 56 




56,076 70 
6,187 74 
2,891 06 


6,107 87 
10,788 64 
21,635 99 
.2,140 58 


91 77 
70 00 

274 00 


89,110 26 7,482 84 


7,756 84 


$8,851,886 94 


$15,408,483 86 


$10,669,479 89 $4,886,002 97 


$806,201 71 


$5,141,204 68 



Animal Power, 



d $546 10 
^ .102,607 83 

t 

d 4,768 96 
d 9,096 99 

d 194 18 

168 688 97 

284,912 89 

8,961 06 

1,806 58 

d 1,087 16 

1.186 28 

808,414 14 

288,605 71 

209,229 42 

156,118 83 
1,501 6% 
l.»8 21 
4,150 18 
2,561 86 

3,951 06 
9.038 80 
187 94 
4,510 42 
52,481 99 

3,142 47 

1,975 75 

797 55 

338,421 44 

26,850 93 

177 75 
884 4>S 

821 18 

i 1,609 80 

8,661 64 

83,819 04 

882 78 

142 23 

217,561 18 

121,744 12 



$663 80 

463,486 56 

36,829 86 



535,882 97 
246,000 05 
2d,202 88 
10 209 72 

9,n7 22 

8,874 80 

730,517 05 

787,472 89 

899,550 01 

675,652 50 
3728 20 
5,250 91 
8,068 06 
6,474 01 

14,976 65 

31,502 09 

8,6«S 75 

31,876 45 

844,888 07 

7,078^91 



1,090,888 35 


5,852 76 

6,063 95 

128 77 

2,768 97 


145,525 15 

900 00 

2,932 8^ 

982,d8S20 



$6(»60 

856.022 05 

39,418 28 



367,282 39 

142,098 57 

18,686 05 

10,088 08 

12.348 76 

8,301 17 

546.M14 51 

568,212 65 

229,406 47 

540,972 56 
2,131 47 
8,681 62 
3,791 28 
3,686 82 

12,919 89 

26,982 57 

8,275 9() 

51,258 03 

562,770 60 

4,749 39 
778,104 80 



6,064 31 

4,217 72 

293 64 

4,919 93 



109,262 58 

50 00 

3,007 77 

767,132 38 



$60 80 

107,463 51 

d 3,068 02 



168,100 58 

108,906 48 

1,516 88 

121 64 

3,171 54 

573 72 

188,702 54 

219,260 24 

170,143 54 

184,670 94 
1,596 78 
1,578 82 
4,276 77 
2,787 19 

2,056 76 

4,M9 52 

850 83 

19,881 58 

282,117 41 

2,329 52 

87797 

312,733 55 



211 55 
l,8i6 23 

166 87 
2,150 96 



80,262 57 

850 00 

74 95 

215,255 82 



$2,775 17 
129 21 



4,002 75 
4,28J 48 



38,551 65 
13,048 68 
5,060 83 

2,445 02 
71 00 



541 00 



3,632 50 
2,994 61 



806 04 
63,423 20 



781 03 
50 00 



1,106 07 ; d 
1,332 99 



$60 80 

110,238 68 

2,964 71 



172,106 33 

106,186 91 

1,516 88 

121 64 

8,171 54 

578 72 

222,254 19 

282,806 92 

175,204 37 

137,124 96 
1,667 78 
1,578 32 
4,276 77 
2,787 19 

2.597 76 

4,519 52 

350 85 

16,249 06 
285,112 09 





2,329 52 


1,184 01 
366,156 75 


d 
d 


569 46 
1,886 28 

166 87 
1,044 89 



2,499 97 1 



37,595 56 

860 00 

74 96 

217,755 79 



u 



Bepobt of the Eailroad Commissioners. 



TABLE A — 

Roads in Operation — Surface Strsbt — 
Comparative Statement of Gross Earnings from Operation, Opera- 

Income from all sources, for years 

"d" denotes 





1892. 


name of road. 


^SSTmS?" ' Operating 
operation. | ©*pe°*e8. 


Net earn- 
ings from 
operation. 


Income 

flMm other 

sources than 

operaUon. 


StUlwater and HecbanlcvUle 

Twenty-third Street 

Van Brunt Street and Erie Basin. . . 


$6,607 40 

755,484 20 

40,746 60 


$4,84S28 
524,796 20 
24,826 56 


$1,760 17 

280,686 00 

15,919 94 


$81 50 

17,9M«I 

74 19 


Operated by mechanical traction . . . 


$8,899,196 28 
18,120,C88 66 


$6,200,388 51 
9,614,845 66 


$2,196,861 77 
8 605,188 00 


$198,706 11 
246,697 94 


Total surface street ............ 


$31,519,228 94 ' tifi TiK.lTfi 17 


$5,804,049 77 


$440,406 05 









a Operations ceased by order of court 

b Leased to New York Central and Hudson River, May 1, 1893. 
c Now PhUadelphla. Reading & New England. • 

d Formed by consolidation of Lackawanna and Pittsburg and Rochester, HomellBTllle and 
Lackawanna, 
e No report filed, 
f Now Fall Brook Railway, 
g Report filed too late for tabulation, 
n Now Mohawk and Malone. 
i Consolidation of Herkimer, Newport and Poland and St. Lawrence and Adirondack. 

i Afterward C^ackawanna and South Western: now in Central New York and Western. 
Leased to Philadelphia and Reading. 
1 Built on route of Geneva and South Western. 



Gross Income of Stbsbt Boads. 



15 



{Conduded). 

Operated by Animal Povoer, 

ting Mepenees, Net M^mitigs, Income from other eourcea, and Oroee 

ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 





1898. 


QraoBiiioome 

flXHll 

aUioaroes. 


OrooB earn- 
In^ from 
operation. 


Operattng 
escpenses. 


Net earn- 
ings from 


Inoome 

from other 

■omxses than 

operation. 


GroM inoome 
from 


$1,840 67 

848,630 6S 

16,994 18 


$7,684 00 

y 717,096 76 

48,848 90 


$5,474 80 
489,798 78 
86,199 06 


$8,049 80 

887,897 08 

16,049 84 


$46 00 
16,689 96 
4,864 68 


848;W6 96 
80,804 81 


$8,808,566 88 
8,861,886 94 


$7,908,966 09 
16,408,488 86 


$5,787,841 26 
10,666,479 89 


$8,176,618 88 
4,886,008 97 


$167,978 68 
806,801 71 


$8,888,686 4f 
6,141,804 68 


$6;»44,458 88 


$83,806,487 96 


$16,896,831 16 


$7,010,616 80 


$464,174 88 


$7,474,791 18 



m Now Poughkeepeie and Eastern. 

n Consolidation or Central New England & Western and Poughkeepeie Bridge route. 

o Formerly New Yoric and Massachusetts. 

p Not operated. 

q Owned by Btnghamton. 

r Now Union (New York city). 

i Leased to Troy City. 

t Leased to Albany. 

u Now Broadway, Ferry and Metropolitan Avenue. 

▼ To October 14. 1898. Leased that date to Metropolitan Croestown . 

w To Hay 13, 1898. lieased that date to Bletropolitan Crosstown. 

z Leased to Houston, West Street and Pavonia Ferry. 

y To June 7, 1893. Leased tliat date to Houston, West Street and Pavonia Ferry, 



16 



Rkpobt of thb Railboad Oomhissiokbss. 



TABLE 

Roads in Opsbation — 

Comparative Statement of Deductions from Oroes Income {Interest, 

June SO, 
**d'* denotes 



NAME OF ROA.D. 



Addlton and Penni^lvania . 

Adirondack 

Albany and Su^uehanna . . 

Allegheny and Klnzua 

Attica and Freedom 



Bath and HammondBport 

Boston and Albany 

Bradford, Eldred and Cuba . . . . 
Brooklyn, Bath and Went End . 
Brooklyn and Brig^hton Beach. . 



Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach. . . . 
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh.. 

Carthage and Adirondack 

CatttkiUMountatn 

Central New England and Western. 



Central New York and Western. 

Chateaugay 

Chautauqua Lake 

dove Branch 

Connecting Terminal 



Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley 
Comlnff, Cowanesque and Antrim. , 

DansviJie ^nd Mount Morris 

]>elaware, Ijacka wanna & Western. 
Dunkirk, Allegheny Val. A Pittsb'gb 

Elmira, Cortland and Northern . 

Elmira and Lake Ontario 

Elmira and Williamsport , 

Fall Brook 

fltchburg 



Fonda, Johnston and Gloversvllle.. 

6enes^e and Wyoming Valley 

Glen Kaven 

Grand View Beach 

Greenwich and Johnsonville 



Herkimer, Newport and Poland . . . 

Island 

Kaatersltlll 

Eaaona and Prattsburgh 

Keesev., Aus Chasm & Lake Cham. 



KInderhook and Hudson 

Lake Champlain and Moriah 

Lackawanna and Pittsburgh 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 
1«ebanon Springs 



Lehigh and Hudson River. 

Lehigb Valley 

Long Island 

Mahopac Falls 

Marine 



1898. 



Interest due 
and accrued. 



$29,884 81 



14,850 51 
812 60 

11,073 41 
617,066 67 
88,617 28 
81,098 45 
88,001 44 

6,711 67 

548,491 82 

61,567 68 

2,600 00 

725 12 



8,688 64 



86,500 00 
8,844 60 



40,658 74 



964,068 65 
82,817 00 



11,990 00 



48 00 

24.000 00 

4,680 00 

*'i;956*66 

17,825 00 



8,196,127 60 
662 60 

128,178 06 



586,560 18 



Rentals of 



$967,673 87 



78,000 00 



2,700 00 
60,807 04 



18.600 00 



160,000 00 
'8ii74',996'o6 



18,000 00 

'ieilsoo'oo 

'866',986'66 



600,510 21 



178,604 88 



Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 



$822 46 

6,410 76 

189,044 74 

1,078 90 

55 87 

1 186 57 

601,896 15 

984 88 

6,060 18 

48,984 68 

8,040 79 

180,054 18 

5 605 69 

8,705 56 

80,000 00 



8,261 56 

8.518 64 

876 85 

7,860 06 

1,548 96 
17,8» 01 

9,780 76 

19,980 84 
81,085 56 
14,278 47 

"824,061*89 

10,752 96 



591 00 
1,047 29 

1,877 21 

12,098 04 

702 60 

642 54 

641 80 

7,874 80 
8,587 41 

800 54 
518,170 19 

641 09 

7,890 87 

8,161 58 

248,092 92 

809*94 



Total 
deductions. 



$30,707 87 

6,410 75 

1,176,618 11 

15,488 41 

867 87 

12,206 98 
1,196,961 88 
84 668 11 
86,178 68 
81,980 18 

7,758 46 
728,445 45 
67,268 37 
7,996 6$ 
91,688 16 



15,861 66 

6,902 18 

870 85 

88,860 06 

10,898 68 
167,866 01 

8,896,076 65 
9,780 76 

87,574 08 
81,066 55 
165,778 47 

'ii449*,ia6'64 

48,560 86 



12,511 00 
1,047 80 

1,425 81 

86,096 04 

6,882 60 

642 54 

2,501 80 

85,190 30 

8.687 41 

800 54 

4,809,816 00 

1,40S 56 

135,499 88 

3,151 58 

1,007,877 88 

soi'ii 



Nbt Ikcomb of Stsah £oad8. 



17 



B. 

SUBTACX StXAM. 

Bentak^ TaaeB, etc.)^ and Net Income frwn oM sources for years ending 
1892 and 1893. 









1808. 






from 
•nsooroes. 




Rentals of 
leMwdUnef. 


and miioel- 
laneouB. 


Total 
deductions. 


Net income 

from 
all sources. 


$14,848 86 


$88,895 80 
49,666 86 




$668 75 

6,068 66 

196,847 80 

006 16 

498 60 

1,886 00 
619,066 98 


$84,676 06 

48,606 91 

1,188,774 96 

4,967 66 

1,969 58 

18,841 45 
1,010,686 98 


$16,878 05 


86,878 78 
006,068 08 


'"$967;4i7M 


7,067 89 
885,949 01 


d 11,601 00 
d 1,6S6 00 

1 18147 

1,865,000 97 

d 87,019 64 

d 89,978 48 

d 48,478 06 

17,567 67 

198,594 48 

d 18,900 18 

11.791 60 
d 1,006 88 


8,668 60 
1,486 84 

18,054 46 
818,900 00 

41,709 64 

11,100 00 

678,876 84 

b 7,888 88 

8,800 00 

c 

d 8,760 00 


d 8,066 71 
d 8,846 68 




4,888 78 


76,000 00 


2,098,885 84 




4,940 06 
41,188 40 

8,073 64 

167,076 67 

6,188 84 

8,780 40 

161 66 
8,870 71 

874'ii 

9,080 81 

1,864 61 


44,700 71 
88,84)04 

18,179 54 

745,861 41 

18,468 57 

7,980 40 


d 49,697 25 




d 50,408 89 




17,705 67 




251,701 71 




86,920 04 


8,700 00 


14,904 62 


S 931 88 
15,960 71 


d 2,541 76 


66,998 87 

770 54 

d 978 16 

77,641 71 

d 4,100 64 

117,997 00 

d 9,884 04 

1,6U,191 51 

74,074 41 

51,090 86 

d 41,000 01 

81,149 40 

TWiiS'S 

66,518 18 


18,000 00 


4<<,671 89 


e 








874 11 
84,089 81 

11,807 11 


d 8,567 65 


85,000 00 

0,888 60 
f 

tr 




94,890 96 




864 18 






"siioiioio'oo 


""aif, 174*84 
11,066 06 

90,6% 86 
40,688 07 
18,640 00 
11,148 88 
895,788 04 

11,848 79 
886 07 


!!!!;!;!!'!;!; 1 ::::::::::::::: 




2,469,170 94 
11,666 96 

87,660 84 
40,699 07 
170,140 00 
18,948 93 
1,464,899 81 

47,860 94 
7,788 67 


8.190,469 78 




65,847 68 


48,694 66 


16,000 00 

""ieiiMo'oo 

'*"964;i46'67 


57,288 91 
81,818 11 




211,601 08 


7,100 00 
974,698 70 

86,686 46 
7,600 00 


561,074 59 
r99.786 87 

60,047 78 




4 404 29 








d 7,841 16 
18,881 85 

18,680 00 

d 6,966 47 

d 4B696 

4,734 47 

d 47668 

1,417 44 

19,n88»4 

d 88078 

^ 1,917,600 06 

i 9,700 66 

68,096 09 

78,997 94 

698,183 55 

8,190 80 

d 6,640 77 


18,768 85 




168 68 

1,881 86 


12,936 77 
1,881 98 


d 8.040 47 




14,110 88 


h 

18,185 00 
8,640 00 








9,905 60 
704 60 
708 90 
601 88 

7,046 04 
4,668 60 


93,080 60 

4,644 60 

708 W) 

9,641 88 

30,978 04 
4,658 80 


4,714 78 




274 09 




4.754 00 


1,900 00 
18,880 00 




763 86 




4.448 49 




13,628 74 


'8;i99^4io'o6 

150 00 

185,846 66 

"606;600'88 
e 






698,118 00 


668,084 68 
6«8n 

8,108 44 


4.468,666 91 
673 71 

138.444 00 


8.467.321 56 
d 5,802 09 




51,305 17 






811,688 87 


510,071 61 


1,828.408 76 • 


619.996 06 




808 89 




809 89 


660 69 




3 





18 



Bbpobt of thb Railroad CoHMiesioNSBs. 



TABLE Jtf — 

Roads in Opsbatiok — 

Comparative Statement of Deductions from Ghrosa Income (Interesty 

June 30, 

"d'' denotes 



NAME OF ROAD. 



Middleburgh and Schoharie , 

Middlesex Valley 

Middletown, UnionvUle & WatY Gap 

Mohawk and Malone , 

Mount McGreeror 



Newburgh, Dutchess and Conn 

New Jerney and New York 

New York and Canada 

New York Central and Hudson Riv. 
N. Y. C, Hud. R»v. & Ft. Orange.. . 

New York, Chicago and St. Louis. . 
New York, Lake Erie and Western. 

New York and Massachusetts 

New York and New England 

New York, New Haven & Hartford. 



New York and Northern 

New York, Ontario and Western . . 
New York and Rockaway Beach . . 

New York and Sea Beacn 

Northern Adirondack 



Ogdensburg & Lake Champlaln. . . 

Orange County 

Otis Elevating 

Owasco River 

Penn.. Poughkeepsie and Boston. . 



Philadelphia and Reading 

Phil., Reading & New England 

Port Jervis, MontlceIIo& New York. 

Poughkeepsie and Eastern 

Prospect Park and Coney Island . . . 



ReniiBelaer and Saratoga 

Rochester, Homellsvllle & Lack. , 

Rochester and Lake Ontario 

Schoharie Valley , 

Seneca Electric 



Silver Lake 

Skaneateles 

South Brooklyn Railroad Terminal. 

Southern Central 

Staten Island Rapid Transit 



Sterling Mountain 

Stony Clove and Catskill Mountain. 

Syracuse and Baldwinsvilie 

Syracuse, Binghamton and N. Y .. 
Syracuse, Geneva and Corning .... 



Tioga 

Ulster and Delaware 

United States and Canada . 



1892. 



Interest due 
and accrued. 



$1,080 00 

"a6!666'o6 



8,000 00 

17,827 28 
29,000 04 



8,897,818 13 



778,800 00 

5,101,896 78 

1,680 00 

1,097,987 08 

80,0C0 00 

137,785 41 

496,702 41 

38,600 00 

15,aS4 04 

16,620 00 

280,042 85 



639 76 
175,648 59 

6;448,288 54 



26,730 91 
'78*,i88'83 



2,400 00 
2,400 00 

11,990 70 
1,167 00 



71,375 00 
196,831 58 



10,500 00 

3,293 60 

137,620 00 



50,475 00 
69,650 00 
11,979 01 



Rentals of 
leased Unee. 



$11,400 00 

286,097 60 

6,803,708 64 



4,282,528 44 

""475;476*6i 
981,684 54 



176,684 81 
8,600 00 

6,811,229 66 

""is^ooo'oo 

1,006,097 99 



80,600 00 



268,661 38 
14,794 00 



Taxes 

andniiscel- 

laneous. 



$456 65 

'ii9S6'86 



1,241 62 

6,449 48 

8,161 57 

74,666 49 

1,989,849 91 

19 88 

248,061 04 

l,l&8,0e9 99 

9,636 70 

. 287,074 08 

605,962 92 

47,689 05 

101,290 53 

3,40S 55 

6,279 65 

28,815 21 

80,609 69 
683 88 

452*69 

61,543 88 

699,341 96 

""8i799'66 

"**4;079'93 

172,785 8? 

548 34 

1,516 44 

303 48 

345 97 



922 66 
896 96 



3,286 42 
24,C00 00 

698 60 
1,882 76 

055 73 

89,500 68 

8,870 76 

5,798 25 
18,268 82 
2,347 76 



Total 
deducttons. 



$1,686 56 

**2i;i36'» 
iiiii'ei 

28,776 7« 

43,561 61 

310,764 00 

11,230,871 68 

19 88 

1,026,391 04 

10,4«1,966 10 

11,816 70 

1,860,537 69 

1,667,647 40 

185,374 46 
778,677 75 
42,008 5*> 
21,118 09 
40,435 21 

264,159 44 



999 45 

287,199 47 

13,358,800 18 
""29,636' 41 

"w^wB'ao 

1,178,888 80 

548 84 

1,610 44 

2.708 48 

2,746 97 

12,918 as 

2,008 06 

*"74;66i'49 
301,481 58 

698 «0 

12,382 76 

3,949 SS 

177,120 68 

277,082 14 

n,067 86 

87,018 89 

, 14,890 77 



Nbt Ikgomb of Stbak Roads* 



19 



(Contintied). 

SUBPACB STEAJf. 

JUmkUs, TaxeSy etc.)^ and Net Income from all sourcea for years ending 
1892 one; 1803. 



Netiaoome 

1 



92,665 78 

■■'Tisii'ii 



1,906 15 

17,507 80 

8,800 05 

«,S87 10 

4,588.681 80 

878 86 

218,988 96 

1,004,885 88 

88,011 90 

190,066 96 
8,1«»,960 89 

89.800 61 

907,019 98 

6,487 81 

70,588 88 

88,097 87 
5,196 54 



d 800 18 

d 908,890 66 

888,712 08 

d ' "iiioii'M 



19,760 56 



187,210 78 

8,414 41 

7,478 68 

188 07 

1,450 86 

48 218 11 
7,084 68 

"aUioio 

52,809 18 

8,996 52 
12.404 70 

8,908 27 
285.884 84 
28.081 88 

104,944 43 

42.276 87 
17.190 58 



1898. 



Interest due 
andftccrued. 



$1,005 00 

" "ioiooo 00 

b i 17,900 15 

15,916 78 
99,000 04 

"4ii79i6e6'82 

7»,940 00 
5,160,560 91 

i;i84i766'oe 

816,165 26 

188,011 57 

587,716 87 

80,066 66 

15,884 99 

17,426 66 

287,888 09 

i^WOO 

**"i89',86i*9i 

7,894,912 88 

n 820,888 82 

21,840 00 

'"ioiiai'M 
2,*4o6 66 

2,400 00 

10.566 75 

1.588 00 

812,881 82 

k 

189,904 58 

O^ifiSOO 

P 

187,620 00 

60.475 00 
78,646 24 
11.422 SO 



Rentals of 
leased lines. 



111,400 00 

»6,455 20 

5,891,187 04 



4,816,418 48 

" '4841288*86 
1,797,681 88 



180,489 42 



8,875 00 



9,828,978 74 
78,475 88 



10,856 26 
1,008,248 00 



79,860 00 



268,267 16 
14,794 00 



Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 



$414 45 
168 48 
2,901 17 
4,87? 91 
1,176 80 

6,188 18 

8,818 21 

76,275 40 

2,176,048 88 

17 06 

841,097 28 
1,226,510 46 

"dsoiiM'ii 

846,868 06 

26,878 76 

100,442 26 

4,401 04 

:,153 88 

4,4^2 02 

86,866 86 
968 08 
445 58 
878 04 

49,779 80 

1,122 849 42 

71,426 67 

0,086 88 

1,748 42 

12,585 80 

178,902 17 

Meo'of 

849 21 
301 22 

1,060 27 

948 05 

18,008 30 

""silsoooo 

782 18 
2,071 61 

""4i;266*24 
6,182 40 

5,644 44 

20,712 02 

2,748 78 



Total 
deductions. 



Net inoome 

froux 
oUi 



$1,419 45 

168 48 

28,901 17 

21,678 06 

1,175 80 

21,399 91 

44,218 25 

818,780 60 

11,745,774 64 

17 06 

1,124,087 26 
10,602,498 84 

"i.*889',868*28 I 
8,919,564 68 | 

214,886 82 - 

808,508 06 

48,647 70 

16,988 82 

21,848 67 

267,064 66 ; 

968 98 < 

2,845 58 I 

678 04 I 
189,141 71 



$1,866 69 

8,186 06 

886 16 

106,740 96 
1,878 80 

11,165 09 

18,760 22 

124,459 88 

4,550,185 04 

281 71 

205.247 89 
767,475 85 

""47,'798'4i 
2,(97,998 89 

128.661 05 
256,8(2 51 

14,306 68 
80,487 75 
40,0^6 38 

10,063 91 

20.141 45 

680 75 

171 00 

158.662 S» 



17,771,785 99 i 

865,785 82 | 

80,926 88 

1,748 42 

68,591 28 

1,187,144 17 



862,768 78 

381,860 18 

20,903 88 

10,563 38 

14,966 48 

186,128 6» 



2,460 07 
2,749 21 
2,701 22 

11,617 02 

2,481 06 

326,864 62 

'294i564'68 

782 12 
11,696 61 

■i78;875'24 i 
269,489 66 



70.018 44 I 
94,858 26 < 
14,166 as d 



8,640 81 

801 6» 

2,004 15 

84.728 85 

5,186 89 

311,482 14 

■"48',4i2'46 

8,274 la 
12,858 91 

11,649 40 

112 162 51 
51,474 01 
16,690 16 



so 



Rbpobt of the Bailboad Commissioners. 






TABLE B— 

Roads in OpEBAXioir — 

Comparative Statement of Deductions from Gross Iticome [Interesty 

June 30, 
*'d'*<l«ao(flt 







1892. 


NAME OF ROAD. 


Interest due 
andaocrned. 


Rentals of 
leased Unee. 


Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 


Total 
deductions. 


WallkUl Valley 


$17,500 00 

1,285 00 

1,540,896 80 




$6,416 29 

851 86 

86,772 W 


$8,916 29 


Wellsville. Ck)uder«port and P. C... 
Weitern, N. Y. and PennsylTanla. . . 




1,566 86 




1,027,109 67 








*$6.264,168 96 
1,766,228 14 






$87,246,668 17 


$28,781,089 62 


$8,029,881 10 


$50,067,078 79 



♦Taxes. 



Elevated 



Brooklyn 

KinKS County 
Manhattan . . . 
Sea View 



Albany , 

Amsterdam 

Atlantic Avenue. 

Auburn City 

Binghamton 



BInghamton and Port Dickinson. 

Brooklyn City 

Brooklyn City and Newtown 

Brookljm Heights 

Buffalo 



Buffalo, N. Main St. & Tonaw'a Elec. 
Buffalo and WilliamHvllle Electric. . 

Citizens CFishklll) 

Coney Island and Brooklyn 

Croastown (Buffalo) 



Dunkirk and Fredonia 

El ira and Horaeheads 

Flushing %nd College Point 

Glens Fails, Sandy Hill «*(; Fi Edw'd 
Harlem Br., Morrisanla & Fordham. 



Homellsyille and Canisteo 

HornellSTille Electric 

Houston. West St. & Pavonia Ferry 

Hudson Electric 

Ithaca 



$681,276 02 

217,782 86 

1,907,062 22 

1,828 47 


"*■ $2,66606 
10,000 00 


$80,100 86 

87,964 91 

497,865 16 

818 26 


$6^,875 88 

867,087 77 

8.414,917 87 

2,141 78 




$2 757,883 67 


$12,000 00 


*$566,748 68 


$8,886,182 25 



Jamaica & Brooklyn 

Jamestown 

Niagara Falls & Susi^ension Bridge. 



* Taxes. 



$36,355 92 
4,500 00 

106,167 M 
17,291 44 
8,074 70 



246,872 04 

61,175 87 

5.080 04 

254,068 74 



84,103 60 
17,044 84 

905 7!3 

20,022 55 

6,568 83 

6,469 88 

5,802 SO 



83,495 00 
2.400 00 
1,200 00 

20,750 00 
1.500 60 
8,240 00 



Surface Street — Operated 



$8,826 00 j 



8,300 00 



458,083 33 



$14,583 66 

578 74 

27,825 75 

443 56 

1,894 78 


$69,215 58 
5,078 74 

138,968 81 
17,786 00 
9,469 48 

8,800 00 


151 662 88 

11,102 56 

788 97 

86,807 18 


898,684 9e 

79,878 48 

5,828 01 

290,895 9« 




1 


i2,476 55 
7,469 36 

762 07 
2,196 78 
1,111 59 

911 93 
8,385 20 


46,579 06 
24,518 20 

1.668 39 
22,218 28 
6,680 42 
7,881 79 
18,687 70 






183.182 76 
575 84 
28 43 

790 02 

1.022 70 
1,308 86 


€69,711 09 
2.975 84 
1.228 48 

21,540 02 
2,582 70 

4.448 86 



Net Incx)mk of Steam, Elevated and Stkebt Roads. 21 

{Continued). 

SuBFACB Steam. 

Rentaliy Tujees^ etc.), and Net Tnoonie from (Ul sources for f/ears endings 

1B02 an J 1893. 

MIcieaoj. 





1898. 


Kettacome 

from 
•litourcM. 


Interest due 
and accrued. 


Rentals of 
leased lines. 


Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 


Total 
deductions. 


Net income 

from 
all sources. 


|42,60t 72 


$17,500 00 

1,840 60 

1,297,018 64 




$5,479 85 199.979 8fi 


$46,846 84 


8,9h8 04 




675 88 
199,948 94 


9,616 88 
1,426,966 78 


14,528 38 


d 445,SrS 81 




d 225,748 10 










♦$7,270,196 58 
2,480,796 72 




t17.9eB,822 16 


tffi,68S,219 60 


927,668,465 09 


$9,750,993 25 


$66,092,667 96 


$18,876 095 64 



* Taxes. 



Stbax. 



$149,750 35 

62,571 21 

9,996,719 80 

58054 


$648,559 78 

804.864 67 

2,024,550 50 

1,660 00 


$2,500 00 
9,000 00 
10,000 00 


$96,256 75 

49,356 23 

634,908 12 

1,087 68 


$744,809 53 

3fy6.720 90 

2,668,767 62 

2,687 68 


$111,108 37 

22.860 75 

2,071,991 68 

2,834 30 


$8,991,501 90 


$2 974,126 95 


$14,600 00 


♦$782,868 78 


$8,771,486 73 


$3,107,593 10 


6y Mechani 

$45,566 92 
6.975 91 


cell TVactio7\ 

$88,102 61 
10,ittO 00 

104,224 66 
12,064 56 
12,013 88 

*^"'i28;fid2'84 

74,65f 03 

18,294 16 

979,605 89 


♦Ta 
$94,913 88 


xes. 

$25,108 99 

920 70 

25,880 21 

674 93 

2,064 85 


$87,490 33 
11,120 70 

130,104 86 
12,760 48 
14,078 78 


$86,811 60 
1,077 80 


54,475 71 




40,266 98 
d 2,264 70 


d 10,471 57 




5,167 78 

12,564 66 
593,075 65 




96,092 40 










246,111 96 

12,363 87 

1,527 99 

56,664 82 




378,614 79 
87,007 40 
87,685 06 

386,160 21 


720,728 80 


47,986 78 
d 88884 

96,991 76 




76,539 61 
61,296 46 
111,830 10 

d 879 69 




72,869 01 




iifiooo 

87,160 84 
50,007 68 

1,829 95 




896 

166 25 

13,928 76 

10,668 96 

2,258 65 
8,000 09 
1,009 48 
1,051 28 


805 
3,906 25 
50,896 10 
60,761 49 

8,587 90 
3 600 09 
7,024 91 
8,146 99 


772 65 




7,078 99 


88,496 94 




56,815 78 
24,019 39 

10,718 48 

18,840 57 

d 13,665 89 


18,016 65 

4,780 95 
d 5,178 82 








i* 19,800 90 


6,016 48 

7,005 76 

r 




6,178 40 
3,565 96 




2,857 79 




8,000 00 

9,600 00 

88,496 00 

8,000 00 




2 60 

276 17 

287,228 94 

181 84 
138 65 

840 00 
2,099 73 
2,942 50 


3,002 60 

2,775 17 

950,478 24 

8,181 84 

188 65 

21,690 00 
11,849 78 
6,189 60 


1,418 98 

d 864 97 

90,811 16 

8,786 98 

7,417 98 


*" 49,181*09 

4,099 81 

76 94 


""iwiTw'oo 


71 59 


20,760 00 
9,760 00 
8,940 00 




4,585 41 
d 190 55 


488 78 




4,606 14 




10,829 37 



22 



Bepobt of the Kailboad Commissioners. 



TABLE B 

Roads in Opbbation — 

Comparative Statement of Deductions from Gross l7ioome (IrUeresi, 

Ju7%e 30, 
"d''d«notM 





1898. 


NAME OF ROAD. 


Interest due 
and accrued. 


Rentals of 
leased lines. 


Taxes 

and miaoel- 

laneous. 


Total 


Olean « 


S77 88 
8,800 00 

""i69;766*74 




$874 16 
165 01 


$868 08 






8,856 01 


Pt RlchmoDd i:*Prohibit'n P*k liec. 






Rochester 




88,809 87 
1,798 08 

41170 

116 06 

8,497 68 

5,888 17 

86,806 90 

840 00 


808,066 01 


TtnoyipstiT Rl Motrin 




1,793 08 


Schenectady .*.... • 


18,600 00 

80 00 

88,974 88 

66,051 94 

177,800 00 




18,911 70 


Sea Cliff Inclined Cable 




196 06 


Stelnway 


$1,761 98 


87,888 87 


Syracuse Consolidated 


n,874 11 


Tliird Avenue 


904,106 90 






840 00 


Tonawanda Rtreet 








Troy City 


8,880 00 
17,888 85 




1,678 65 
8,775 80 


8,968 66 


Troy and LansinKburf h ....'. 


6,850 00 


88,848 06 


Union (J^ew York cit;^ 




Union (Saratoea Springs) 

Utica Belt Line 








8,808 ii 
659 89 
855 88 

4,564 89 


8,806 19 


Utica and \Iohawk 


4,756 86 
6,857 95 
81,148 98 




6,814 66 


Watertown 




6,118 77 


Watervliet Turnpike sad Railroad. 
Tonkers 




86,707 88 


















$1,406,906 80 


$478,811 85 


$618,704 68 


$8,488,488 88 



Operated by 



Babylon 

Broadway (Brooklyn) 

Broad vray, Ferry & Metropolitan Av. 
Brooklyn, Bushwick & Queens Co. . 
B'klyn, Bushw'k & Queens Co.CRec.) 



Canandalgua < 

Central Crosstown) 

Central Park, NorUi and East River 

City of Poughkeepsie 

Oortlandand Homer 



Court Street and East End 

Deerfleld and Utica 

Dry Dock, East B'dvray and Battery 

Eighth A. venue 

Forty-sec'd St. & Grand St. Ferry, 

Forty-sec'd St , Man. ^ St. Nic. Ave 

Frankfort and Ilion 

Fulton and Oswego Falls 

Herkimer and Mohawk 

Huntington 



$17,600 00 

""iisoi'Ti 

8,778 54 

1,800 00 

15,000 00 

84,000 00 

600 00 



608 08 
184,800 00 
60,000 00 
16,690 00 

77,088 88 

ioo'oo 

* "i^ioioo 



$68,800 00 



$16,608 66 

iio'ai 

870 76 

178 80 

48,107 09 

18,185 58 

619 99 

474 88 

844 85 

106 94 

48,686 40 

88,048 01 

48,911 88 

56,467 66 
199 91 
94 89 
488 88 
808 98 



$88,108 66 

""i'jAi'A 

9,644 89 

1,878 80 
180,467 09 
108,166 58 

1,819 99 
474 88 

844 86 

709 88 

168,486 40 

. 96,018 01 

66,481 88 

188,660 89 

199 91 

994 89 

488 88 

1,506 98 



Kbt Inoomb of Stbbbt Eoads. 



23 



{Continued). 

SmuTAOs Stbsbt — Operated by Mechanical Traction. 

BeniaiSy TaaceSy etc.), and Net Income from all sources for years ending 

1892 and 1893. 

defidMugr. 





1898. 


from 
•nsouroes. 


Interest due 
and accrued. 


BentalBof 
leMedUnee. 


Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 


Total 
deductions. 


Net income 

from 
all sources. 


$8,818 24 


$68 17 

5,445 00 

4,500 00 

191,808 71 




$410 62 

989 48 

661 12 

44,434 91 

2,068 16 

1,048 99 
110 21 
4,686 14 
6,714 48 
68,008 83 

78 76 


$478 60 
6,484 43 
6,151 12 
286,748 62 
2,088 16 

10,048 99 
190 21 
50,864 82 
68,214 43 
246,803 83 

78 76 

1,500 00 

79,763 97 


$1,615 88 
d 2,614 60 


1,885 71 








d 16,819 88 
150,000 44 


68,964 61 




14,655 88 
.2,440 64 




16,882 70 
206 88 


18,000 00 
80 00 
44,426 26 
62,500 00 
177,800 00 




8940 




72 88 


:d 88,412 11 
'd 17,426 72 


$1,751 92 


d 64,064 97 

d 81,278 08 

8»8,189 24 

6,647 84 

d 1,064 29 

172,977 64 


818 094 99 




d 568 12 






1,600 00 
68.706 96 

8 

86,677 64 

6,000 00 


6;875'66 


8,886 70 
158,820 98 


0,668 90 

s'Mi'M 

691 60 

2,814 94 

667 80 

687 89 






96,924 28 

6,691 60 
18,889 94 

6,193 24 
12,693 26 


40,782 22 

9,748 74 

87,186 76 

d 6 60 






89,847 87 


16,685 00 


788 22 


6,625 44 

8,404 86 

t 

8,577 78 


4,694 87 
d 4,071 88 


8,600 00 


d 10,201 19 


8,140 68 




210 96 


8,788 70 


8,968 14 








*$785,7a3 67 
69,518 63 




11,859,468 IS 


$1,684,994 16 


$766,178 66 


$845,887 20 


$8,185,410 01 


$2,005,794 67 



Animal Power. 



$548 10 
69,504 87 

"iiitt'io 

18,748 28 



'd 1,567 48 

48,166 86 

188,726 81 

2J41 07 

1,888 71 

1,431 61 

426 98 

84,967 74 

140,563 70 

148,798 04 

8t,567 94 
1,801 74 
843 88 
8,730 86 
1,064 44 



$17,600 00 
7,461 86 



16,000 00 

T 21,000 00 

600 00 



658 49 

109,000 72 

60,000 00 

12,890 00 

77,000 00 

MO'OO 

"iiioooo 



$64,650 00 



$14,004 45 
1,182 57 



80,041 00 

4,321 50 

723 56 

486 28 



50 01 
41,110 81 
82,386 82 
22,681 28 

47,750 00 
215 88 
83 46 
504 57 
217 61 



$81,604 46 
6,508 98 



119,691 99 

26,821 60 

1,383 C6 

486 23 



709 40 
150,120 63 
92,896 88 
86,021 28 

124,750 00 

215 38 

983 46 

504 57 

1,617 61 



dl 
d 



$60 80 
78,644 98 
11,548 63 



62,611 84 

83,865 41 

193 27 

314 69 

:8,171 64 
185 68 

72,188 66 
189,922 60 
140,188 09 

12,874 96 

1,462 41 

694 86 

8,772 20 

1,260 66 



*Tftzes. 



24 



Repobt of thb Railroad Comhissionbbs. 






TABLE B — 

Roads in Operation — Subfacb 

Comparative Statement of Deductions from Cfross Income {Interest, 

June 80» 



NAME OF road. 



Johnstown, GloVsTiUe & Kfngsboro 

Kingston City 

Larcbmont 

Long Island City and Newtown. . 
Metropolitan Crosstown 



Mohawk and Ilion 

Mount Vernon and East Chester. , 

Newburgh 

New York and Harlem , 

Ninth Avenue 



Ogdensburg , 

Oneida 

Oneida Street (Utica) . 

Oneonta 

PelhamPark 



People's (Syracuse) , 
Rockaway Village . . 

Rome 

Second Avenue 

Sixth Avenue 



Stillwater and MechanicTille. . 

Twenty-third Street 

Van Brunt St. and Erie Basin . 



Operated by animal power 

Operated by mechanical traction . 



Total surface street . 



180S. 



Interest due 
and accrued. 



$60 00 
1,910 00 



18,600 00 
80,000 00 



6,047 86 



110 84 



686 06 
8,494 67 

86,800 00 
1,860 00 
7,708 78 

90,499 98 



1,046 00 

85,000 00 

1,600 00 



$681,649 80 



$681,649 80 
1,405,906 89 



$8,087,556 ( 



Rentals of 
leased lines. 



$68,500 00 



$186,800 00 



$185,800 00 
478,811 86 



Taxes 

and mlscel- 

laneouB. 



Total 
deductions. 



$644 88 

875 90 I 

86 48 ; 

1,816 16 I 

16,861 84 I 

881 86 I 

781 06 ! 

880 46 ; 

88,861 88 I 

11,654 80 I 

117 87 

814 18 

88 45 

99 44 

430 81 

4,480 08 

54 99 

186 64 

48,860 00 

81,116 76 

887 11 

60,178 61 

918 67 



$481, on 67 



$481, on 67 
618,704 68 



^$1,089,500 74 
55,87661 



$598,611 86 $1,094,776 85 



$504 88 

8,785 90 

86 49 

14,716 16 

45,861 84 

881 86 

721 06 

6,488 81 

88,864 88 

11,654 80 

117 8T 

883 87 

83 45 

736 4» 

8,984 06 

41,880 08 

1,804 9» 

7,889 86 

188,749 9» 

81,116 7» 

1,988 11 

166,878 6t 

8,418 87 



$1,888,580 87 



$1,888,590 87 
8,492,428 68^ 



$8,780,048 t9- 



(For foot notes see Table A, corresponding notes.) 
* Taxes. 



Nbt Inooms of Strbjbt Koadb. 



25 



{Gonchtded). 

Stbxkt — Operated by Animal Power, 

BentaiSj Tboces, etc.), and Net Income from all sources for years ending 

1892 and 1808. 





1898. 


Netiaocnne 

Crom 
allsouroM. 


Interest due 


Bentalsof 
leased lines. 


Taxes 
and miscel- 
laneous. 


Total 
deducUoQS. 


Netlnoome 

from 
all souroeib 


$3,866 80 

6,262 40 

101 52 


$1,547 92 
1,910 00 




$597 87 

988 99 

107 45 

4 576 80 

48,688 77 

848 65 


$2,145 29 

2,896 99 

107 45 

18,576 80 

258,128 77 

848 65 


$462 47 

1,620 68 

848 40 






d 10,205 74 
7,280 75 

2,811 21 

1,254 69 

d 5,680 76 

808,606 62 

15,806 78 

60 88 


9,000 00 
80,000 00 


**$i79;446*66 


d 89,8S5 88 
86,988 25 

1,980 97 


e 












1 184 01 






85,045 84 

108 78 

806 75 

85 96 

98 89 


85,045 84 

108 78 
806 95 
25 96 
694 41 


88i;il0 91 


X ,, 








4(KS 75 


490 68 


100 80 




1,579 28 
d 198 85 


297 78 




d 2,845 89 
736 66 


605 62 
flp 




d 1,789 80 




d 7,460 99 
d 458 86 


86,800 00 

1,260 00 

7,649 47 

90,499 92 

X 

1.075 00 

y 22,708 84 

1,600 00 




4,821 96 

85 88 

246 06 

84,765 61 

255 84 

80,809 16 

1,068 84 


41,681 96 

1,885 88 

7,895 65 

125,865 58 

1,880 84 

184,417 60 

8,68S84 


d 4,086 40 
d 485 82 




d 7,687 18 
84,681 81 
90,687 86 

568 56 




d 7,970 50 
98,600 26 








766 66 


91,967 01 
18,680 46 


62,500 00 


119,519 48 
17,72102 




*$848,881 89 
88,088 48 


$1,154,046 01 


$527,446 98 


$806,690 00 


$876,854 81 


$1,810,801 74 


$1,188,604 71 


$1,164,046 01 
1,860,468 18 


$587,446 98 
1,684,994 15 


$806,500 00 
765,178 66 


$876 854 81 
845,887 80 


$1,810,801 74 
8,185,410 01 


$1,188,604 71 
8,005,794 67 




«$1,189,544 96 
98,6;47 05 




$2,518,609 18 


$2,062,441 06 


$1,061,768 66 


$1,822,092 01 


$4,846,801 75 


$8,128,489 88 



♦Taxes. 



Bbport of thb Railboad Commissionebs. 



TABLE C — 

Roads in Operation — 
ComparcUive Statement of PaymerUa from Net Income {Dividends, etc) 



name of road. 



Middleburgh and Schoharie . . 

Middlesex Valley 

Middle'D, Unlon'^e & Water G. 

Mohawk and Malone 

Mount McGregor. 



1808. 



Dividends Di- 

CLARBD. 



Newburgh, Dutchess & Conn.. ..... 

New Jersey and New York I . . . 

New York and Canada 1 . . . . 

New York Cent. & Hudson Riv. 5 
N. Y. Cent., Hud. Rlv. & Ft. O. ... . 

New York, Chicago & St L. . . . I 8 

New York, Lake £. & Western. I . . . . 

New York and Massachusetts. ..... 

New York and New England. ..\ m 
New York, N. H. and Hartford ' 6 



New York and Northern 

New York, Ontario & Western. 
New York and Rocka'y Beach. 

New York and Sea Beach 

Northern Adirondack 



Ogdensburg & Lake Champrn. 

Orange County 

Otis Elevating 

Owasco River 

Penn., Poughkeepsie & Boston, 

Philadelphia and Reading . 



Phila., Reading and New Eng . . 
Port Jervis. Montic^lo & N . Y , | . 



Poughkeepsie and Eastern .... 
Prospect Park & Coney Island. 



Rensselaer and Saratoga I 

Roch., Homellsv. & Lackaw'na 
Rochester and Lake Ontario. . . ! 15 

Schoharie Valley 

Seneca Electric 



Silver Lake 

Skaneateles 

South Brooklyn R. R. & Term. 

Southern Central 

State9 Island Rapid Transit . . . 



Sterling Mountain 

Stony Clove & Catskill Mount'n. 
Syracuse and Baldwinsville. . . . 
^racuse, Binghamton & N. Y. 
Syracuse, Geneva and Corning. 



Tioga 

Ulster and Delaware , 

United States and Canada., 



Amount. 



$4,471,416 00 



160,000 00 



248,776 00 
2,108,760 00 



9,760 00 



8,112 00 



0,200 00 



200,000 00 



Miscel- 
laneous. 



« Total 
pajrments. 



190,940 50 



$4,471,416 00 
249,940 50 



I 248,776 00 
I 2,108,750 00 



962,090 58 



962,096 68 



9,750 00 



3,112 00 



6,200 00 I 
'206^666*06 , 



Surplus. 



$2,656 76 



17,5»: :» 



62,216 39 
876 86 



1,004,285 23 



58,580 89 



207,019 28 
6,487 31 
24,908 73 
70,688 88 

32,067 87 
5,196 54 



188 67 
1,450 66 

43,218 U 
8,972 88 



52,809 18 

8,806 52 
6,204 70 

85^88434 



I 104,244 43 
, 48,276 87 



Surplus or Dbfioisncy of Stbam Boads. 



30 



(Continued). 

Surface Stbam. 

and Surplus or Deficiency for i/ears ending Ju7ie 30, 189*2 



cmd 1893. 





1898. 






Defldencj. 


DrVIDBlfD8 Ds- 
OLARBO. 


Mlacel. 
, laneous. 


Total 
payments. 


Surplus. 


Deficiency. 


1 


Amount. 






1 v.*. *.'.'. *.'.*!.*!! 






$1,866 69 
8,185 05 












$7,841 60 


.... 


bi ■'.*.■.*.■.*.;.'.'.* 






$886 16 









106,740 96 


1,905 16 


;.:;:::::::: 




1,878 30 

11,165 09 
18,750 22 

87i776'64 

881 71 

6,458 74 
767,475 85 

47;^98'4i 

52,463 89 






"6 'am'umoQ 

3 150,000 00 








3,660 95 






98,iS7 10 




$4[47i 1415*66 
IQR.TOS AS 


124,450 32 















87,351 55 


$48,798 66 










38,011 00 


.... 


m 


1 




433,841 96 


.- 




"aiiisiissoo 

6,061 86 





5 2,945,585 00 






80,500 61 


6,061 86 


184,622 91 




256,852 51 
14,306 62 
30,487 75 
40,086 38 



































10,068 91 








20,141 45 








680 75 


390 13 


.. . 


171 00 




25),8i0 06 








168,652 82 
862,753 78 


909,884 51 










.. . . n , 








3^)1,380 18 


i3,9-,'4 38 










20,203 82 




:::: 


o 






10,583 ast 


29,760 58 










41,956 43 


i87«210 78 










185,126 62 


8,414 41 


' 


d;;:::::;;::: ::::::::::: 







2,876 47 


15 


fi.rju) 00 




9,760 00 


1,109 19 








891 69 
2,004 15 

84,728 85 
ol8 89 






" 









. i j 








6 4,668 00 




4,668 00 






.. 1 




311,482 14 


29,419 60 














43,4i2 46 

3,274 12 
6,158 91 






1 










5 ' c,a66 00 
"sl^'aooioco'oo 




G,200 00 

"*"a66;666'o6 




8,908 37 










57,817 80 
11,649 49 

112,162 51 

61,474 01 






28.081 88 
















...J 








17,190 56 








15,960 16 



80 



RbPOBT of the EaILBOAB CoMHI88ION£B8. 



TABLE C — 

Roads in Operation — 

ComparcUive Statement of Payments from Net Income (J^ividends, etc.) 





1800. 


NAME OF ROAD. 


DiVXDBNDB DS- , 

1 Mlfloal- 


Total 
payments. 


Surplus. 




1 


1 laneous. 

Amount j 


Wallkfll Valley 




, . i 




$4S,608 7S 


Weltovllle. Ooudersp't & P. 0. . 
Western N . T. & Penn^ylTania. 


6 


tt.750 66 ' 


98,760 00 


6;mM 








1 








$18,720,a(» 10 I$1,8S1,866 97 


916,661,666 07 
Net surplus. . 


94,988,081 64 
8,687,707 56 




98,401,164 Ot 



Brooklyn 

Kings County. 
Manhattan .... 
Sea View 



91,800,000 00 



91,800,000 00 



91,800,000 00 



Elevated 

9142,790 35 

6«,671 31 

1,196,71S 80 

660 54 



91,800,000 00 



91,401,694 90 



Surface Street- 



Albany 

Amsterdam 

Atlantic Avenue. 

Auburn City 

Binffhamton 



Binghamton & Port Dickinson. 

Brooklyn City 

Brooklyn City and Newtown. . . 

Brooklyn Heights 

Buffalo 



Buf ., N. Main St &Tonaw*a Elec 
Buffalo & WaiiamsvUle Elec 

Cltlzen^s CFishlcIll) 

Coney Island and Brooklyn. , 
Crosstown (Buffalo) 



Dunkirk and Fredonia 

Elmira and Horaeheads 

Flushing and College Point. . . . 
Olens F^ls, Sandy HUl & fTt Ed. 
Harlem B'g, Morri8'nla& Ford. 



HomellsviUe and Canisteo 

Homellsyille Electric 

Houston, Wf St St. & PavoniaFy. 

Hudson Electric 

Ithaca 



Jamaica and Brooklyn 

Jamestown 

Niagara ir'lls& Susp'n Bridge. 

Olean 

Oswego 



Pt. Rlchm'd & Prohib. Pk. Elec. 

Rochester 

Rochester Electric 

ScboLectady 



945,000 00 

2.600 00 

68,704 76 



480,000 00 
40,000 00 



97,418 00 



946,000 00 

8,600 00 

68,794 75 



480,000 00 
40,000 00 



',418 00 



9565 e 

4,475 91 



6,167 78 

12,554 56 
48,975 66 
7,986 78 

*28;«i'7« 



96,060 04 
18,016 66 

4,780 96 



6, 3,000 00 
"l I I 



8^\ 5,384 00 ! 



,, 


6,179 40 
3,565 25 












48,181 08 


8,000 00 


1,698 SI 
76 94 

71 68 






5,884 00 






8,818 a 

1,896 71 




'68*864' 51 




14,655 38 




8.440 M 



SuBPLUs OB Bjefjoisnot OF Elsyatsd AiTD Stbsst Boadb. 31 



{CarOinued}, 

Sdbpacs Stbak. 

and Surplus or D^Uncyfor years ending June 80, 1892 and 1893. 





1808. 


DeflcieiK^- 


DnriDKNiM Ds- 

OLABSD. 


Mlsoel- 
laneouB. 


Total 
payments. 


Surplus 


Deflctoncf. 


il Amount 




"i'l ' '$1^881 00 




$46,846 84 

18,647 88 











$1,88100 




|MB,S78 81 


' 




$885,748 10 








|S,0B7,7O7 65 


....1 $14,668,908 00 1 $M,856 61 $14,717,848 11 


$0,800,864 16 
8,641,116 68 


$2,641,116 6S 








Net surplus. . 


$8,658,847 68 





SiSAH. 



$1,800,000 00 



$1,800,000 00 



$111,108 87 

^ 88,860 76 

1,171,891 68 

8,884 80 



$1,800,000 00 $1,800,000 00 



$1,807,506 10 



Operated h\ 




fechanical 1 

$58,408 50 


fraction. 




*iji 




$14,819 04 




10,471 57 


$50 66 




4" 


q 

660,000 00 
40,000 00 
















808 84 


V.V.V.V.V.V. 




4^8 
8» 


soiooo'oo 

1,836 85 


















18,850 80 


5478 88 


U.600 80 


i" 

6* 

16" 

7 
.... 


i'ioo'oo 

r 














8;oco*66 

6,*566'66 



"* *i4;66o"66 
























483 78 




780 86 










1,818 00 















$58,406 60 

"■i7,*866'85 
60 00 



660,000 00 
40,000 00 



60.000 00 

15,087 06 
• • •# 

'*8;666*66 



8,00000 



6,560 00 

iisii'oo 



14,000 00 



$88,818 10 

1,177 80 

88,060 78 

"'861688*40 



60.728 80 
86,530 61 
61,898 45 
111,880 10 



778 66 
7,078 08 
6,816 78 
84,010 88 



18,840 57 



1,418 08 

'66ipii'i6 

786 03 
7,417 98 

4,585 41 

'*4!J60'87 
1,615 82 



150,000 44 

2,882 70 

208 83 



$8,814 70 



870 09 



4,868 68 

18,666 80 
748 81 



864 97 



100 66 

"4, '886 'so 
16,810 88 



d2 Bbpobt of thb Railboad Gommissionbks. 

TABLE C — 

Roads in Opkbation—Subfacb Stbbet 
Comparative Statement of Paym^enU from Net Income (DividendSy etc,) 





1802. 


NAME OF ROAD. 


DiVIDKNDS Db- 
CLARBD. 


Miscel- 
laneous. 


Total 
payments. 


Surplus. 




1 




8ea Cliff Inclined Cable 








- 


$38 40 


SteinwAy 








Byracuse Consolidated 








'"$246;666*o6 




Tnird Avenue. • 


10 


$240,000 00 




78,094 90 


Tonawand<i Electric 




Tonawanda Street 










Troy City 


10* * 


fl6',eo6'66 






8.885 79 


Troy and LanBinf!:burf^h 




60,000 00 


98,889 08 


Union (New York city) 




Union (Saratoga Springs) 










Utica Belt Line *. . . . 






915,087 50 


15,087 50 

i,'2c6'o6 


14,209 87 


Utica and Mohawk 






798 29 


Watertown 


8 


1,S00 00 




8,424 87 


Watervliet Turnpike & RaUr'd. 
Yonkers 








2,140 58 














9945,878 75 


$22,455 50 


$968,884 25 


$490,975 26 



Babylon 

Broadway (Brooklyn) 

Broad w'y.Kernr&Metropl'n Vv 
B'klyn. Bushwick <t Queens Co 
B'krn,Butthw.<S: Q'ns Co. (Rec.) 



Canandaigua 

Central rosHtown 

Central Park, N. & Fast River. 

City of Poughkeepsie 

Cortland and Homer 



Operated by 



Court Street and E^ast End .... 

Deerfleld and Utica 

Dry Dock, E. B'way & Battery. 

Eighth Avenue 

Forty-sec. St. & Grand St. Ferry 

Forty-sec. St.. Man. & St. Nic. A 

Frankfort & IHon 

Fulton and Osw»-go Falls 

Herkimer and Mohawk 

Huntiogton 



J'*hn8t'n,Glo'r8v'le & Kingsborp 

Kingston City 

Larchmont 

L.ong Iflltnd City & Newtown. . 
Metropolitan Crosstown 



Mohawk & Ilion 

Mount Veruon& East Chester. 

Newburgh 

New York and Harlem 

Ninth Avenue 



10 



1^ 



$42,000 00 



42,000 00 

85,500 00 

2,005 62 

1,200 00 



60,000 00 
100,000 00 
119,630 00 



1,427 50 



4,0R0 00 
900 00 



1,500 00 
5,000 00 



2,400 00 



250, uOO 00 
11,437 00 



$42,000 00 



42,000 00 

85,500 00 

2,005 62 

1,200 00 



60.000 00 
100,000 00 
119,680 OO 



1,487 50 



4,080 00 
900 00 



1,600 00 
5,000 00 



2,400 00 



250,000 00 
11,427 00 



'$S7;664'07 








1,166 88 

47,226 81 

786 45 

128 71 


426 96 

"*46;668'to 
24,118 04 

22,567 94 


243 89 


154 44 

1,856 90 
1,252 40 

101 sa 


7,220 75 

411 21 
1,254 69 



52,566 69 
8,878 73 



SUBPLUS OB DeFICISNOY OF SrBBBT RoADS. 



33 



{Continued). 

— Operated by Mechaniccd TVdction. 

and Surphis or Deficiency for years ending June 30, 1392 ayid 1893. 









1803. 






Dflfldcncy. 


DlVIDBIIlS Db- 
OLAJUED. 


Miscel. 
laneous. 


Total 
payments. 


Surplus. 


Deficiency. 


1 


Amount. 




io" 
i" 


' isioiooooo 
i6;o66'66 

8 

ilooo'oo 


9114 86 


9114 86 




941 58 


|88,41S 11 




64,054 97 


']7i4S6 79 




'■"aioiooo'oo 




31,278 08 






9112,189 94 
5,547 84 




668 14 










1,064 89 






40,000 00 


188,977 64 














40,788 sB 
9,748 74 

87,186 76 






















1,976 07 


4,976 97 


4,9«? 47 






10«86l 19 


4,071 8) 




, 












8,968 14 
















|»,840SO 




$1,131,801 00 


$17,d04 12 


91,149,006 12 
Net surplus. . . 


91,011,084 97 
155,l9^48 


$166,l9r 48 




$866,7&9 55 





Animal Power. 



9548 10 


8** 

7" 

"a" 


*"$i6;6o6'66 

\X 


9^903*90 


16,743 88 


u 


1.507 48 


"*42!o66*66 

▼ 87,000 00 

iiaoo'oo 






1,481 61 


85,048 86 


6 

10 


78,000 00 

100,000 00 

w 179,620 00 






125 76 


10 


1,427 60 


849 65 


4 


4,080 00 
1,200 00 










* 16^205*74 








16 


2,400 00 
e 




5,630 76 


""iioiooooo 

X 





$11,900 84 



921,700 84 



48,000 00 
87,000 00 

"i^aoooo 



78,000 00 
100,000 00 
179,680 00 



1,427 60 

'i^oeooo 

1,200 00 



8,400 00 

'isoiooo'oo 



$60 80 
66,948 89 



10,511 84 

65,865 41 

198 27 



183 6G 
,922 60 I 



12,874 96 
24 91 I 
594 SG 

69*68 ! 

I 
452 47 
1,620 68 ; 
248 40 I 

'86!983"25 



1,184 01 
81,110 91 I 



$11,548 68 



l^iA 59 

3,171 54 
135 68 



39,836 91 



307 80 



89,825 38 
419 08 



34 



BbFOBT of THB BaILBOAD O0MXI88IONXBS. 



TABLE C — 

Roads ik Opbbatiok — Subfacb Stbbbt — 

Comparative StatemerU of Paymente from Net Income (DividendSf 





1898. 


NAME OF BOAD. 


DiYiDBinw Db- 

OULRBO. 


Miwel. 
laneoos. 


Total 
Payments. 


SurptuB. 




1 


Amount. 


Offdfinfibiirir. ................... 










$00 88 


n&™ *;;;;;;.;:;•;;: • 


*... 








400 68 


Ondda Street GJUca) 











897 78 


Oneonta 


.... 











Phlhf^m Pfirlr 


1 


$600 00 


$96 00 


$696 00 


140 06 


Peopled CByracuse) 




Bockaway Villa^/. 













Borne . . .* T 








'" 74", 480*66 
160,000 00 

666 00 

60,000 00 

9,000 00 




Second Avenue 


4 
8 

6 
10 
6 


74,480 00 
160,000 00 

666 00 

60,000 00 

9,000 00 




10,851 81 









Stillwater and Mechanlcvllle. . . 




8 66 


Twenty-third Street 




81,957 01 


Van firunt St. and Blrie Biudn. . 




4,680 46 








Operated by animal power 

Operated by mechan. traction.. 


91,088,665 18 
946,878 76 


$96 00 
98,466 60 


$1,088,761 18 
968,884 86 


$881,860 78 
490,976 96 


Total surface street , 


$1,979,688 87 


$28,661 60 


$8,002,086 87 
Net Surplus.. 


$778,886 90 




860,808 88 




$611,488 76 



[For foot notes, see table "A,'* corresponding notes.] 



Surplus ob Defioisnoy of Stbset Boads. 



35 



(Cimduded). 

Operated by Atiimal Power. 

etc.) and Surplus or D^iciency/or years ending June 30, 1802 and 1893. 





1898. 


DefldKKT. 


DlYIDKHOS DB- 


Mlwel. 
laneouB. 


Total 
Fajmcnte. 


Surplus. 


Defloloncy. 




1 


Amount. 




y 


""iiioBo'oo 

g'.y.y.'./.v.v, 

88*,T06'66 

X 

466 00 

7 60,000 00 

9,000 00 






$465 76 
629 98 








$1,060 00 








$192 86 


19,816 29 






1,789 80 












7,460 99 


4 

10 
6 








4,026 40 


469 96 






486 88 


7,687 18 








7,970 50 






88,790 00 

466 00 
60,000 00 
9,000 00 


8,710 2i 

999 56 
59,619 48 
8,791 08 




69,872 64 






























1160,966 84 




9845,688 50 


$11,900 84 
17,904 19 


$866,888 84 
1,149,006 12 


$866,684 80 
100,078 98 


$100,078 98 




1 


•$205,860 81 




09,846 89 




1,181,801 00 


$1,011,084 97 


166,195 49 


9no,8oe28 


91,9rr,484 50 


$98,406 46 


$2,005,888 96 
♦Net Surplus.. 


$1,878 619 77 
266,869 85 

$1,122,660 42 


$^66,869 85 



36 



Rbpobt of the Railboad Commissioners. 






TABLE 

Roads is Operation — 

Statements of Payments made by Lessee Companies for Rentals of 

June 30, 



LESSEE AND LESSOR. 



Boston and Albany: 

Foreign roads 

Catskill Mountain: 

Cairo. 

Chateaufi^ay CRailroad) : 

Chat«augay (Railway ) 

Delaware and Hudson Canal Comoany : 

Albany and Susquehanna 

New York and Canada 

Rensselaer and Saratoga 

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western: 

Cayuga and Susquehanna 

Qreene 

New York, Lackawanna and Western 

Oswego and Syracuse 

Utica, Chenango and Susquehanna Valley. 

Valley 

Eltnira, Cortland and Northern: 

Canastota Northern 

Fall Brook: 

Coming. Cowanesque and Antrim 

Syracuse, Geneva and Corning 

Fltchburg: 

Troy and Bennington 

Foreign roads 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern: 

Foreign roads 

Longlslind: 

N«»w York, Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach 

Other roads 

New York Central and Hudson River: 

Carthage, Watertown and Sacketts Harbor 

Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh. 

New Jersey Junction 

New York and Harlem 

Niagara Falls Branch 

Oswego and Rom«< 

Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg 

Spuy t^ n Day vil and Port Morris 

Troy and Greenbush 

Utica and Black River 

West Shore 

New York, Lake Erie and Western: 

Avon, Geneseo and Mt. Morris 

BufTalo. Bradford and Pfttsbiu-g 

Buffalo, New York and Erie 

Buffalo and Southwestern 

Goshen and Deckertown 

I>.)ckport and Buffalo 

Middletown and Crawford 

Montgomery and Erie 

Newburgh and New York 

New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio 

Northern of New Jersey 

Rochester and Genesee Valley 

Suspension Bridge and Erie Junction 

Foreign roads 

New York and Sew England: 

Foreign roads 

New York, New Haven and Hartford: 

Harlem River and Port Chester , . 

Foreign roads 



Total amount of rentals 
paid by lessee. 



Y'ear ending 


TearendiAK 


June 80, 1892. 


June ao. 18N. 


$78,000 00 


$78,000 00 


2,700 00 


2,700 00 


12,000 00 


, 12,000 00 


987,573 37 


967,427 SO 


280,097 60 


286.495 » 


1,006,097 99 


1,006,942 00 


54,600 00 


54,600 00 


26,000 00 


26,000 00 


1,614,000 00 


1,644,000 00 


182,896 00 


182,896 00 


240,000 00 


240,000 00 


67,500 00 


67,500 00 


18,000 00 


18,000 00 


150,000 00 




268,661 38 


263.457 18 


15,400 00 


15,400 00 


245,580 00 


248,746 67 


600,510 21 


623,113 09 


95 980 00 


95,980 00 


82,624 38 


116,652 87 


89,188 95 


29,574 21 


88,282 72 


157,662 17 


68,000 00 


68,000 00 


1,660,800 00 


1,660,175 00 


17,9.37 50 


17,937 50 


44,584 37 


44,584 87 


1,021,637 30 


1,049,870 85 


81.098 00 


81,098 00 


19,7.30 20 


19,780 » 


263,000 25 


263,000 25 


2,000,014 35 


2,000,014 49 


13,090 00 


13,600 00 


40,600 00 


40,600 00 


2:« ICO CO 


288,100 00 


143,983 81 


133,042 28 


19,0:?5 00 


19.035 00 


21,000 00 


21.000 00 


10,500 00 


10,500 00 


16,000 00 


16.000 00 


12,500 00 


12.500 00 


2,232,516 24 


2,275^010 18 


121,740 45 


131,238 77 


34,012 00 


84,012 00 


94,038 ir, 


79,118 97 


1,224,902 79 


1,292,666 33 


475,476 51 


4.34,238 35 


170,000 00 


170,000 00 


811, 6i:^ 54 


1,587,581 38 



Rbntals Paid fob Leased LI^ES. 



87 



B. 

SuBPACB Steam. 

Leased Zines and disposition of same by Lessors, for years ending 

1892 and 1893. 



Ptrtkm med for payment of 
interert on debt of lessor. 


Portion used for payment of 
dividends on capital stock 
of lessor. 


Portion not included in fore- 
going payments of interest 
or dividends, also portion 
paid for lines outside the 




Year endlne 
June 80, 1893. 


Tear endtne 
June 80, 1898. 


Year ending 
June 30. 18^. 


Year ending 
June 30, \m. 


Year ending 
June 80. im. 










$78,000 00 
600 


$78,000 00 


11,600 00 

18,000 00 

741,573 87 
896 007 60 


91,500 00 

18,000 00 

741,427 59 
836,455 80 
140,000 00 


$1,194 00 


$1,194 00 


6 00 


845,000 00 

""847;855'99 

64,600 00 

18,00i» 00 

600,000 00 

118,886 00 

840,000 00 

37,600 00 


816,000 00 

""849;666*66 

53,019 90* 

12,000 00 

600,000 00 

118,886 00 

840,000 00 

37,500 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


140,000 00 


18,748 00 


18,748 00 
1,580 10 


14,000 00 

1,114,000 00 

64,000 00 


14.000 00 

1,144,000 00 

64,060 00 






■ 










90,000 00 


80,000 00 
18,000 00 






16,000 00 






150,00) 00 
188,841 76 

9,048 00 




' 


84,810 88 


83,068 85 

2,400 o: 


145,750 00 
9,048 00 




84,448 91 

8,068 00 
848,746 67 

683,113 09 


8,580 00 




8,778 00 
845,580 00 

600,510 81 






78,850 00 


79,150 00 


17,680 00 


16,830 00 




88,684 38 

39,138 95 

88*666*66 

80,000 00 

487 50 

84 37 

55.71tt 89 

1,978 00 

460 20 

8,f90 25 

14 85 

100 00 


115,659 87 
29,574 21 








88,868 78 


157,658 17 

""sioimoo 
44;6o6 66 

578,787 64 






*""866*,o66*o6 

17,500 00 

""897;786'66 
79,120 00 
19,250 00 
156,610 00 

18,500 00 


""866i6o6"c6 

17,500 00 


68,000 00 

80,000 00 

437 50 


640,800 00 


44,500 00 
568,140 01 


84 37 


448,979 88 
79,180 00 
19,860 00 

155,610 00 


27,608 98 

1,978 00 

480 SO 




90,000 00 
8,000,000 00 


90,000 00 
8,000,000 00 


8,390 25 
14 49 


18,500 00 


100 00 


40,600 00 
166.600 00 
90,000 00 
14,790 00 


40,600 00 
166,600 00 

90,000 00 

14,790 00 
0,800 00 
2,970 00 
8,686 00 

18,600 00 
1,180,476 07 

88,840 00 

TOioOo'oO 




66,56666 
61,901 67 
4,845 00 


66,500 00 
83,088 83 
4,845 00 
11,200 00 
6,721 00 
6,750 00 


5,000 00 
2,088 14 


5,000 00 
1(>;018 95 


11,900 00 


9,100 00 
»^9 00 
796 00 

* i;6i7;88i*62 

83,835 45 

700 00 

84,088 15 

1,884,908 79 

475,476 61 




8,9rooo 

8,6i6 00 
18,600 00 


6,781 00 
6,760 00 


809 00 
785 00 


1,814,664 08 
48,406 00 


46,*666'66 

88,318 00 


46;666'66 

83,818 00 


1,144,588 40 

51,988 77 

700 00 


70,000 00 


9,118 97 
1,898,666 88 

434,838 85 




;;;:;;::::":; :::::::::::::: 1 








170,000 00 


170,000 00 










811,684 54 


1,587,581 88 



38 



KePORT of the BaILROAD C0MMI88IONEH8. 



TABLE D — 

Roads in Operation — 

Statement of Payments made by Lessee Companies for BerUals oj 

June 80, 



lessee and lessor. 



Total amount of rsntala 
paid by] 



Tear endii 
June ao, 18 



Tear 

June ao, II 



New Tork, Ontario and Western: 

Ontario. Carbondale and Scranton 

Utica. Clinton and Binghamton, and Rome and Clinton . 

Wharton Valley 

Kew Jersey and New Tork: 

New Jersey and New Tork Extension 

Northern Central: 

Elmlra and Williamsport 

OKdensburs and Lake Cnamplain: 

Saratoga and St. Lawrence 

Philadelphia and Reading: 

Foreign roads. 



Philadelphia, Reading and New England: 
Dutchess County. 



Hartford and Connecticut Western . 
Prosp^t Park and Coney Island: 

New Tork and Conor Island 

Prospect Park and South Brooklyn. < 
Staten Island Uapid Transit: 

1 Island 



TIom: 
Ell 



Staten] 



_imira State Line. 
Foreign road 



Albany: 

Watervliet 

Brooklyn Heights: 

Brooklyn City 

Btnghamton and Port Dickinson (H. L. OsbomOf Lessee): 

BinghamtoQ and Port Dickinson 

Central Crosstown: 

Christopher and Tenth Street , 

Houston, west Street and PaTonta Ferry: 

Broadway Surface 

Broadway and Seventh A.T0nue 

Ninth Avenue , 

Sixth Avenue , 



South Ferry 

"an Crosstov 



Metropolitan ( 

Central Park, North and East River 

Forty-second Street and Grand Street Ferry 

Steinway : 

Riker Avenue and Sanford*s Point 

Troy City '• 

Lansingburffh and Cohoes 

Troy and Cohoes 

Troy and Lansingburgh 

Waterf ord and Cohoes 

Twenty-third Street : 

Bleecker Street and Fulton Ferry 

Utica Belt Line : 

Utica, Clinton and BlnghamtOM (Oltr Division) . 
Watertown: 

Watertownand Brownsvlle 



887,884 81 
76,000 00 
8,7S0 00 

11,400 00 

161,SOO0O 

8,500 00 

1,811,989 66 



60,807 04 

10,000 00 
8,000 00 

80,600 00 

8,044 00 
12,750 00 



8101,688 42 
75,000 €0 

8.780 00 

11,400 00 

161,600 00 

8,876 00 

0,888,978 74 

16,600 00 
56,978 88 

7.781 85 
2,685 00 

79,868 00 

8,044 00 
18,780 00 



888,781,089 68 



887,668,466 08 



88,886 00 



8,800 00 

68,800 00 

106,860 00 

880,000 00 

9,888 88 



17,500 00 



1,751 98 

1,060 00 
8,600 00 



1,800 00 
68,600 00 



8696,611 85 



Surface 

842,218 88 
78,868 91 

64,660 00 

106,00 00 
880,000 00 

86,000 00 
160,000 00 

17,600 00 

171,450 00 
7,990 00 

1,751 98 

1,050 00 

8,600 00 

75 00 

1,760 00 

88,600 00 

16,685 00 

8,600 00 

81,061,768 88 



Rentals Paid fob Leased Lines. 



89 



{Concluded). 

SuxFACS Steak. 

Leafed JJines and disptmtion of same by Lessors^ for years ending 

1892 and 1893. 



Portion used for payment of 
iBtvert oo debt of leMor. 


Portion used for payment of 
diyldendB on capital stock 
of letBor. 


Portion not included In foi^ 
goins payments of interest 
or dlyldends, also portion 
paid for lines outside the 
State. 


Tmt mdine 
jQoeaai8Q£ 


Year ending 
Jime80,l«n. 


Year ending 
Jmie 80, 1808. 


Year ending 
June 80, l«n. 


Year ending 
June 80, 1808. 


Year end^ 
June 80, 1868. 


135,000 00 
50,000 00 


$75,000 00 
60,000 00 

7,800 00 
88,600 00 


""$s6;66o'66 


""$26i666'66 


$88,884 81 

i'.fiooo 


$86,689 48 




8,760 00 


7,800 00 


4,800 00 
66,800 00 


4,200 00 
64,600 00 




84,961 00 


10,719 00 

8,600 00 

6,811,889 66 


6,600 00 
8,875 00 










9,888,978 74 










16,600 00 


36,000 00 


86,000 00 


86,807 04 

10,000 00 
8,000 00 

56,000 00 

8,044 00 


81,975 88 

7,781 85 
2,686 00 

56,000(0 

8,044 00 
















81,000 00 


80,960 00 


8,600 00 


8,600 00 






18,760 00 


18,760 00 






|B,»1,880 84 


$8,807,617 48 


$4,891,046 46 


$4,188,469 69 


$11,106,648 88 


$15,818,867 01 



Stbsbt. 





$84,818 88 
11,049 78 






$8,886 00 








$61,818 19 






$1,588 69 
58,000 00 

**"8i6;666'66 

9,888 88 


1,716 81 




111,800 00 


18,660 00 

106,860 00 
110,000 00 


58,000 00 

""8i6',6o6'66 

86,000 00 
160,000 00 

106,450 00 
8,860 00 




106,860 00 
110,000 00 




















17,500 00 


i7,666d6 

68,000 00 
4,180 00 


























1,751 08 


$1,761 98 






1,050 00 
8,500 00 

ilTSo'oo 

18,600 00 


1,050 00 
8,600 00 






1 








75 00 






1,750 00 
18,600 00 


60 00 




49,000 00 


^,000 00 








16,«»00 




8,100 00 




1,600 00 












. 1894,060 00 


$809,898.66 


$898,717 08 


$648.488 19 


$11,844 88 


$18,461 Oi 



40 



Report of thb Bailboad Coiocissionebs. 



TABLE 

BOADB IN OpKBATION 

Condensed Balance Sheet, 



NAME OF ROAD. 



Addison and Penn^ylvaniA. . 

Adirondack 

Albany and Susquehanna. . . 

Albany and Vermont. 

Allegheny and Kinzua 



Amst'dam. Chuc'aand Norths 

Attica and FYeedom 

Avon, Geneseo and Mt. Morris. 

Bath and Hammondsport , 

Boston and Albany , 



Brooklyn. Bath and West End. . 
Brooklyn and Brighton Beach. . 
Brooklyn & Rockaway Beach.. . 
Buffalo. Bradford & nttsburgh. 
Buffalo Creek 



Buffalo Creek Transfer 

Buffalo Erie Basin 

Buffalo. New York and Erie. . 
Buffalo, Roch'ter & Pittsburgh. 
Buffalo and Southwestern . . . 



Cairo 

Campbell Hal) Connecting. 

Canastota Northern 

Carthage and Adirondack., 
Catsklll Mountain , 



Cayuga and Susauehanna 

Central Dock ana Terminal .... 
Central New York & Western. 

Chateaugay (Railroad) 

Chateaugay (Railway) 



Cherry Val.. Sharon & Albany. 

Clove Branch 

Conesus Lake 

Connecting Terminal 

Cooperstown & Charlotte Val.. 

CooperstowniS: Suflq'hannaVal. 
Dunkirk. Allegheny Val.& Pitts. 
Elmira, Cortland and Northern 

Elmira and Lake Ontario 

Elmira State Line 



Cost of road 
and equipment. 



Elmira and WUiiamsport. 

Erie and Black Rock 

Erie International 

Fall Brook 

Fitchburg 



Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversv'e 
Genesee and Wyoming Valley. . 

Qlendale and E:a8t River 

Goshen and Deckertown 

Grand View Beach 



Greene 

Greenwich and JohnsonvUle. 



$1.8fl9 

14,900, 
600. 
800, 



181 

284 

400 

29,945 

1,SS8 
1,686 

491 
8,114 

786 

60. 

18 

8,880 

21,r^ 

2,610, 



875, 

600 

1,641 

425, 

600, 
645 
1,480 
467, 
868 



180 
17 

628 
89 

671 
4,641 
4,874 
2,0J0, 

189 

2,670, 

87 

859 

4,844 

42,608 

970 
860 
176 
842 
806 

400, 
184 



746 17 
860 67 
766 65 
000 00 
642 92 

000 00 
920 00 
800 10 
644 98 

899 87 

674 sr 

040 86 
951 86 
816 88 
980 24 

000 00 
603 19 
,000 00 
884 84 
879 06 

710 76 
000 00 
000 00 
940 68 
,761 91 

000 00 
809 81 
228 75 
999 89 
000 00 

100 00 
105 16 
027 88 
052 68 
874 69 

298 15 
256 67 
354 43 
000 00 

900 00 

000 00 
291 79 
886 12 
838 46 
725 17 

088 68 
000 00 
686 89 
600 00 
678 71 

,065 50 
884 87 



Other 
pennanent 
investments. 



$7,000 00 



756,658 88 



1,600 00 
1,008,670 50 



1,998 29 



61,000 00 
8,809 89 



1,601,838 66 

89,196 19 

""7",4e6*66 

""z\boo'oo 



cumnt 
assets. 



98,079 52 

201,279 29 

544,507 74 

7,179 18 

11,287 75 



2,;?91 68 

863 95 

11,172 68 

4,063,282 66 

28,872 72 
18,766 93 
18,125 80 

'■■ii;896'94 

200 00 

"'6ii687'86 

1,147,648 68 

65,259 48 

1,885 52 

'■"iiooo'oo 

966,670 89 
15,241 80 

9,118 70 

16,851 09 

10,006 81 

800,790 59 



2,668 84 

'885!867'i4 
6,640 71 

19,901 60 
40,798 49 
108,486 61 
12,500 00 



88,436 88 
508 00 



1,898,286 88 
4,082,849 80 

101,181 S2 
10,085 49 



1,867 48 
7,166 21 



8,580 17 



T^ital I 



$1,877,818 eo 
8,087,mtt 9$ 

14,752 874 29 
607,170 18 
811,980 07 

90,000 oa 

184,211 68 

225,664 05 

411,817 06 

84,084,268 91 

1,262,047 59 
1,686,807 79 

486,077 16 
8,114,816 28 

748,886 18 

60,900 00 
13.508 19 

8,888,187 85 
28,775,197 97 

2,575,688 48 

46,046 98 

875,000 00 

609,000 00 

1,807,910 00 

441,008 80 

602,118 70 
561,060 88 
1,449,281 68 
7S6,719 91 
868,000 00 

680,100 00 
108,106 72 

87,087 88 

058,919 88 

46,515 60 

690,409 65 
4,500,985 16 
4,489,780 Of 
2,012,500 00 

950,900 00 

8,611,746 27 

87,7D4 79 

859,886 18 

6,248,074 84 

48,187,408 58 

1,108,414 97 
960,086 40 
184,086 89 
844,5&7 48 
816,744 08 

400,086 50 
148,064 64 



Condensed Balakob Shbbts of Stbah Boads. 



41 



SuvFAOx Stxam. 
JiiiM 30, 1893. 



LiAKums. 


Pbovit asd Loss. 


OMtil stoek. 


Funded <Myt 


Other 
UataOltleB. 


Ua^iti60. 


Snriiliis. 


Defldenoj. 


9788,»6 67 
8,000,000 00 

8,800,000 00 
6WO00O0 
800,000 00 

(0,000 00 


$886,000 00 
1,019,818 76 
11,000,000 00 

■'■'aieiooo'oo 


$971,507 06 
6,507 78 


$1,868 788 98 

8,018,781 48 

14,600,000 00 

600,000 00 

»6,468 76 

80,000 00 

188,816 50 

285,000 00 

410,068 84 

88,088,168 94 

1,868,977 49 
1,901,664 94 

879.748 18 
8,114,816 88 

746,750 00 

50,800 00 
18,501 19 

8.888,607 60 
28,670,i68 97 

8,496,109 88 

45,160 00 

876,000 00 

609,000 00 

1,688,208 27 

404,718 84 

602,118 70 

608,508 75 

1,451,778 88 

75,000 00 

808,000 00 

099,288 08 

154.749 87 
27,»«96 

604,918 17 
44,192 67 

608,006 00 
4,409,827 84 
4 096,828 95 
2,019,888 17 

250,200 00 

2,007.280 00 

87,794 79 

860,886 18 

6,993,250 85 

47,804,811 42 

868,608 87 
858,408 88 
184,086 89 
842,690 00 
888,114 88 

400,086 50 
118,000 00 


$9,064 77 

""968^874*89 
7,179 18 


"$BBlVl48'08 


40,468 70 


18,688 09 


108,000 00 


96,000 00 

""aoo|666'o6 

6.861,000 00 

558,000 00 
500,000 00 
185,000 00 
680,000 00 
488,000 00 

45,800 00 

"iiwoiooo'oo 

10,786,600 00 
1,500,000 00 

85,000 00 
890,000 00 
800,000 00 
1,100,000 00 
808,900 00 


5.216 50 




4,004 88 


885,000 00 


664 06 

1,768 88 

161,114 97 




109,000 00 


10,068 84 
8,072,158 94 

954,977 49 

401,564 94 

44,748 18 

847,916 88 

8,750 00 




99,000,000 00 




868,000 00 


96,989 90 


1,000,000 00 
160,000 00 

8,866,400,00 
860,000 00 


""id5',888*98 


208,747 16 


6,000 00 




18,908 19 








950,000 00 


2,597 60 

946,463 97 

61,502 66 

860 00 


50,690 86 
104,284 00 
80,409 18 

896 28 




18,000,000 00 




948,606 68 




19,900 00 




185,000 00 




800,000 00 


9,000 00 
88,808 27 
12,618 84 

18,006 70 
21,003 76 
101,778 88 






600,000 00 


160,702 68 
86,284 96 




89,000 00 




669,110 00 




487,500 00 


""iioiooow 

800,000 00 
800,000 00 

600,000 00 

199,000 00 
2,900,000 00 

8,000,000 00 
600,000 00 
160,000 00 

1,670,000 00 

""Tioiooo'oo 
80,409,500 00 

600,000 00 
185,000 00 
170,686 89 
846,600 00 
800,000 00 

900.000 00 


68,156 58 
"'688",7i9ii 




1,000,000 00 
75,000 00 


2,641 76 


168,000 00 






869,100 00 


108,188 08 

4,749 87 

8,798 96 

84,918 17 

89,462 67 

96,882 95 
19,888 17 

87,280 00 

80,834 79 

800,838 18 

888,850 25 

8,864,711 48 

68,608 n 
808 88 


108,188 06 


160,000 00 


88,447 86 

""smIom'oo 

2,888 08 

83,494 66 
181,167 88 
886,427 09 


19,100 00 
80,0n0 00 


866 06 


14,780 00 




888.406 00 




1,800,000 00 




8,000,000 00 




1.900,000 OO 
90,890 00 


7,888 17 


1.000,000 00 


4,1S86 27 




900 00 




60,000 00 


278.197 11 

884,811 60 
6.687 11 

umik 




8,000,000 00 




r 000,000 00 




800,000 00 




187,600 00 




7,480 00 




96,190 00 






00,000 00 


88,114 88 
85 50 


16,860 40 


00.000 00 




18,000 00 


94,064 54 





42 



Ebpobt of the Railroad Comhissioness. 



TABLE E — 

Roads in Operation — 

Condensed Balance Sheet, 



NAME OF ROAD. 



Harlem River and Port Chester. 
Hartford and Conn. Wertern . . 

Island 

Kaaterskill 

Kanona and Prattsburgh 



Assets. 



Cost of road 
and equipment. 



KeesT., Aus. Chasm & Lk. Cham 

Kinderhook and Hudson 

Lake Champlain and Morlah. 
Lake Shore & Michigan South 
Lebanon Springs 



Lehigh and Hudson River. 

Lehigh Valley 

Long Island 

Lockport and Buffalo i . . . . 
Mahopac Falls 



Marine 

Mechanicville and Fort Edvrard, 
Middleburgh and Schoharie . . . . 

Middlesex Valley ... 

Middletown and Crawford 



Middlern, U'nville & Water Gap 

Mohawk and Malone 

Montgomery and Erie 

Mount McGregor 

Newburgh, Dutchess & Conn. . . 

New Jersey and New York 

N. T., Brooklyn & Man. Beach . 

New York and Canada 

New York Cent. & Hud. Riv. . . . 
N. Y. Cent, Hud. Rlv. & Ft Or. 

New York Cent. & Niagara Riy. 
New York, Chicago & St. Louis. 
New York and Coney Island. . . . 

New York and Harlem 

New York, Lack. & Western . . . 

New York, L. E. and Western. . 
New York and Vew England . . . 
New York, N. Haven & Hartford 

New York and Northern 

New York, Ontario & \^estern 

New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio 
New York and Rockawa«r Beach 
New York and Sea Beach . . . 

Niagara Falls Branch 

Northern Adirondack 



Northern of New Jersey 

x^yaok and Northern 

Ogdensbarg & Lake Champlain 
Ontario, Carbondale & Scranton 
Orange County 



Oswego and Rome 

Oswegro and Syracuse 

Owasco River 

Penn., Poughkeepsie & Boston. 



$8,066,700 17 

8,295,616 43 

455,600 00 

177,550 19 

147,618 55 

59,948 08 

549,723 14 

454,8:24 82 

84,000,000 00 



8,342,246 61 

24.2.K) 270 98 

24,561.172 71 

865,831 00 

100,112 60 

90,841 68 
. 54,998 07 
108 450 00 
948,989 52 
193,354 11 

860,476 47 
7,089,544 88 

827,000 00 

11,415 88 

2,618,033 63 

2,918,227 60 

1,912,487 '6 

8,757,097 89 

156,9S9,927 77 

6,000 00 

28,100 00 

49,873,067 04 

100,019 02 

28,574,108 76 

82,208,025 89 

171,867,610 18 
40,887,272 19 
40,660 884 69 
18,585,967 05 
68,218,860 11 

164,781,059 78 

2,757,578 89 

874,066 8S 

249,756 00 

1,282,845 62 

1,654,942 91 

249,586 86 

7,668,030 44 

8,709,002 62 

416,617 88 

064.400 00 

2,468 96S 01 

60,877 84 

4,857,862 26 



Other 
permanent 
investments'. 



$186,772 06 



170,865 18 
21,857,171 *86 

850,000 00 
8,'650;776*62 



1,223 47 

686,400 00 
600,000 00 



10,064,084 81 
8,000 00 



10,000 00 

"iiooo'oo 



8,754,888 04 

eisM^OTo'ss 
8io78',i66'o6 

80,000 00 
'"68;758"70 



418,588 88 



10,600 00 
*247i265 60 



Supplies, 
cash and 
current 
assets. 



$80 00 



1,1^7 42 
6,147 86 
1,601 88 

8,764 10 

224 15 

68,111 48 

6,478,166 80 

14,993 86 

482,178 00 

"784;642*40 

55 17 

826 04 

1,566 08 

17,664 61 
5,257 62 

878 00 
48,885 68 

007 44 

49 48 

61,727 78 

26,881 01 
21,228 81 

13,'i6o;725'86 
648 46 



1,678,521 88 

064 87 

1,860,748 47 



8,411,288 88 
2,263,684 82 
4,118,064 78 
150,887 78 
2,219,2tt8 48 

1,880,188 10 

145,480 24 

86,078 10 

6,244 00 

248,008 17 

840,416 83 

"iof^oas'oi 

0,136 48 



21,582 86 



Total assets. 



$8,066,7«»0 17 

8,4)2,887 48 

456.617 42 

188.696 05 

149,014 88 

68,718 17 

790,802 42 

612,486 80 

110,R35,8S7 60 

14,906 85 

4,024,424 51 

24.200,270 08 

20,005,400 72 

365 886 17 

100,430 44 

02,407 56 

64 008 07 

108,061 68 

061,554 08 

108,611 63 

850,840 47 
7,187,880 56 

^7,007 44 

11, 46) 81 

2,681,034 88 

8,681,019 41 

2 428,715 06 

8,757,007 SO 

180,144,688 44 

13,648 46 

28,100 00 

51,465,578 92 

10<»,088 80 

24,040,892 88 

82,206,025 80 

188,528,60) 00 
42,600, fl06 61 
51,185,878 75 
18,716,854 88 
78,610,683 64 

166,150,94) 97 

2,003,018 IS 

1,028,922 77 

250,000 00 

1,630,588 09 

1,005,850 8S 

240,566 80 

8,388,617 26 

8,718,180 10 

415,617 8S 

075,000 00 

2,468,968 01 

60,877 84 

4,626,159 68 



Condensed B^lanoe Sheets of Stbam Eoads. 



43 



(CofUinued), 
SuBFACE Steam. 
June 30, 1893. 



LlABILTTIBS. 



PBOFIT AlTD Loss. 



(kgHital tbock. 



Funded debt 



Other 
liabOltles. 



Total 
UabUities. 



Surplus. 



Defldeocy. 



149,850 00 

2,600,000 00 

800,000 00 

100 000 00 

12,000 00 

8o.no 00 

170,000 00 

800,000 00 

80,000,000 00 



1,810,000 00 

5,000 000 00 

18,000,000 00 

189.800 00 

100,000 00 

50,000 00 
10,000 00 
87,000 00 
500.000 00 
128,800 00 

1«,8B0 00 

4,900,000 00 

150,000 00 

"iiiooiooo'oo 

8,800,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
4,000.000 00 
80,488,800 00 
10.000 00 

88,100 00 
80,000,000 00 

100,000 00 
10,000,000 00 
10,000,000 00 

85,888,000 00 
88,817,000 00 
88,888.000 00 
8,000,000 00 
n,ll»,088 84 

44,809,880 00 

1,800,000 00 

800,000 00 

so.ooooo 

810,000 00 

,000,000 00 

98,850 00 

^,077 500 00 

,800,000 00 

800,000 00 

80,000 00 

,880,400 00 

80,000 00 

•000,000 00 



98,000,000 00 

700,000 00 

850.000 00 

60,000 00 



80,000 00 
875,000 00 



46,260,000 00 



2,186,880 00 

15,000,000 00 

14,486,414 28 

140,000 00 



44,906 07 
18.000 00 
440,000 00 
66,000 00 

400,000 00 

8,500,000 00 

170,600 00 

'uiib'.sob'oo 

649,806 42 

1,488,000 00 

4,000,000 00 

60,804,988 88 



19,586,000 00 

'i2i666io66'66 

81,860,000 00 

77,648,666 10 

17,187,588 50 

7,681,900 00 

4,400,000 00 

18,100,000 00 

116,877,0<« 26 

1,67B,000 00 

488,489 00 

77io66*o6 

654,000 00 

197.600 00 

4,680,750 00 

1,600,000 00 



750,000 00 
1,106.000 00 

'iioiiisoo'oo 



$24,680 17 

48.607 99 

25,211 13 

4,875 96 

18J,086 60 

8,242 77 
168,421 68 

'8i656',9e6'4i 
88,188 88 

486,814 52 

8,800,270 96 

1,614,202 03 

6,520 00 



20,876 86 

876*00 

18,868 98 
867 00 

79,957 14 

187,880 56 

6,500 00 

10,067 01 

84,421 90 

87,856 65 

1,470 00 

767,097 89 

16,663,281 21 

8,000 00 



1,796,261 19 

""09;687'i4 
666,026 80 

9,591,760 86 
2,489,{>71 62 
4,506,062 59 
646,449 08 
2,001,119 74 

2,846.406 68 
46,159 67 
70,478 67 

888,076 86 
18,686 86 
471,807 26 
668,086 1^7 
211,060 92 



66,288 21 

8,907 87 

1,776,648 14 



98,066,780 17 

8,442,607 99 

475.211 18 

164,875 96 

144,086 69 

63,952 77 

697.421 68 

200.000 00 

96,022.986 41 

88,188 88 

3,972,644 62 

24,200,270 96 

28,000.616 32 

275,820 00 

100,000 00 

70 876 86 

54,998 07 

106,376 00 

968,368 98 

189,067 00 

689,807 14 
7,137,880 66 

827,000 00 

l'i,087 01 

2,674,921 90 

3,487,225 07 

2,434,470 00 

6,767,097 39 

175,496,464 64 

18,000 00 

»»,100 00 

51,820,261 19 

100.000 00 

22,069,627 14 

88,806,025 89 

178,199,245 46 
48,445,094 02 
46,026,962 59 
18,946,449 08 
72,811,108 58 

166,798,747 06 

2,9%,159 67 

998,960 67 

250,000 00 

1,866,166 27 

1,987,076 86 

249,686 36 

8,888,617 86 

3,662,026 57 

411,660 99 

975,000 00 

2,408,688 21 

86,907 87 

6,600,048 14 



918,622 09 
4,978 60 



23,360 84 

812,486 80 

11,912,361 19 



51,879 99 



910,810 61 
18,608 71 



1,004,874 40 

90,066 17 

48944 

22,082 20 

i\ssb'(» 

8,186 05 
9,684 68 



907 44 

1,878 80 

106,112 96 

98,784 84 



18,648,828 90 
646 46 



186,827 78 

988 89 

2,860,226 09 



10,884,447 68 

"diiooiiio'ii 

"i;i90i686'96 
486,496 69 

iiiiiiio 

6,862 or 



66,118 68 
4,047 91 



21,469 47 



280 80 



18,189 96 



878,967 07 



10,754 04 



644,287 61 
'228i0M'80 



88,141 44 



88,664 80 
'968,888*68 



44 



JRSPOBT OF THS RaHJKOAD CoMiaSSIOMKBS. 



TABLE K — 

Roads in Opsbation — 

Condensed Balance Sheets 



VAMB OF ROAD. 



tmis^Ei^' 



FcfU^bkaepele and Eautem 

Fto^ect r&rk and Ojoey Isl'Dd 

T¥ocpeot Park acd S. Brookl^nn 

Bei3i«»eiiier and iSaratnga. ...... 

r and Lake ODtario . . . 
r um! Genete* Valley. , 
i QintoD , 



Oo«l«f road 



andcquipmeixl. ,£^21"^^ 



Other 



tnTQBtineeiU. 



Rome, Watertovn & Ogdnnab^g 
fiarmi^Qga and Seht^necUdy.,.^. 
fldieiiectadj aod Duaneamiisii. 

" " "irieVaUej 

L Electric......... 



StlT«r Lake..... 

Skaneateies , . . 

St>. Brwklrn ERA Terminal. 
6out]ii<*rn CVatra] , . . . 



Statea Jalaud 

gtn^en Ifiland Rapkl lYanslt.... 

Bt^rLmir Ui»ubLiiJn .. ^ .......... . 

SuKiientioii Bridge A CrleJiuict. 
SyraouiMf and BoJdwLiiftTUie .... 



SijTacuae. BinghanitoEi ^^ KtY,. 
Syracuse. Genera and Uondiyc . 

Tloca-.^ - 

*Troj and Heonington. .......... 

Troj and GretjiabuBh, , . , 



Ulster and Delaware, ,,,,...„. 

Union. , 

UnUed States and Canada 

Utlca and Black Hiv«r. 

Utfcih Cl]«iiangi? «!£: Suaq. Val. . 

Utlcft) din ton and Blnghamton 

Taller - 

WaJLkill Valk J 

Wftverl J and b'tate Lin* ....... 

WelUvili*?^ Ct^ud^Bp^l & PloeCk. 

Western New York A Peon . . . 

T^eet Shore. 

WeA Trofy and Or«ea laland , 



iBjTv.Mi sa 

dl2.0O7 68 

AO.OOO 00 
10 ,917, -€88 »7 

Kfi.iOOiO 

aso^ooD oo 

4fiO,0OQ 00 
«7Tji3 SI 

102.713 ao 

] OS, 400 00 
1,e&ft,3T« S5 
4,37^,008 » 

seofcoo oo 

S,tKI&,b50 13 
50«.@&l OS 

S.0l9,tt^ W 
],474.6sa 93 

^4,400 00 

a,USj82 74 

ao.ooooo 

B7ti OSS il 

4,2ai.47e S4 

1,800.500 40 

1,100.a;ffi 45 

»45.S«e7^ 

106,577 «B 

eo,<ioo,(oo €0 



9ni,44U07S38 
W0,0«8 00 



490,000 00 



,oei,&ii 83 



5,000 00 



BuppUea, 

caan and 

current 



f I7«A&3>4S0 M 

238.035 0& 

7J66 3& 

42?,^4 ar 

61 .330 18 



5&^T06 14 
]«,]47 14 



580 00 



48^74t M 
740,000 00 



u,im,m m 



91,440,440,660 08 |a)t;Ue,5M 70 



IS4 88 

310 89 



m} m 

8,578 as 
S4,£^ 49 

]3,5ra m 

S,7W 33 



S.tlB 30 

444, t&4 85 

4,5M 52 

as 47 

Bl,43& 15 

£,3^,65« 36 

e,t§E7 42 

^39 41 

]03,!»96 
7»i 18 



Total 



fS37,7tH JOD 07 

iT.aiB.asv 6B 

?19,1T^ W 
510, KS8 82 

i,si}e,i4)e 68 

50,000 00 

te,0GV,7O6 14 

n.45S80 

S56,320n00 

3iXI,]84 88 

S3, 065,0^ 08 
456,081) 8 

67r,isa8i 

103, «C9 90 

3.'ia.«5 51 

l.a69,6m 26 
4,376,806 66 

B«»,006 00 

64M04 89 
9,130, ai4 97 

511.Ȥ54 
1 ,93t,liai) 60 

SOft,««a47 

m^ 

4,874.480 18 

3, tOl ,380 14 

3.r7»l.D7S9S 

339.140 79 

27^,880 41 

4,00^475 ?t) 

60,000 00 

080.775 36 

4.410,016 3B 

1,160,1^*^ 
l,006.ffiO!& 

ii5,a^a 

75,153,336^07 
60.000,0ff)f00 



178^544,015 50 fUlMOljaOS 



88,706 38 



6,56] se 

1,088,081 89 



CoiTDBNSBO BaLA^NOB SflSBTS OF SfBAM KoADS. 



45 



(Continued), 
S&RFACE Stbam. 
June 30, 1893. 



LzABiunxs. 



PRorrr and Loss. 



CMtal stock. 



S»,830,M1 78 

6,e00,000 00 

400,100 00 

500,000 00 

950,000 00 

60,000 00 
10,000,000 00 

65,000 00 
555,800 00 
845,800 00 

10.000,000 00 
450,000 00 
100,900 00 
100,000 00 
40,000 00 

00,000 00 
77,800 00 

500.000 00 
1,774,000 00 

960,000 00 

810,000 00 
500,000 00 

80,000 00 
500,000 00 

94,903 00 

9,500.000 00 

1,895,000 00 

880.900 00 

100,800 00 

974,400 00 

1,794,000 00 

60,000 00 

980,000 00 

9,S88,000 00 

4,000,000 00 

849,985 00 

790,000 00 

880,000 00 

10,000 00 

88,554 01 

80,030,000 00 

10,000,000 00 

8,900 00 



r ,561,145 85 



Funded debt. 



$189,088,866 18 

10,100,000 00 

884,000 00 

"iissiisss'oo 



2,000,000 00 



18,868,090 00 

■"6o6;o66*66 

40,000 00 
40,000 00 

184,800 00 

90,000 00 

1,900,000 00 

8,806,790 00 



800,000 00 
8,000,000 00 

47^,874 00 
1,000,000 00 

116,000 00 

1,906,000 00 

1,848,800 00 

789,500 00 

87,000 00 



1,866,800 00 

■"iM^iro'oo 

9,000,000 00 



800,OIH)00 
400,000 00 
680.000 00 

iiiwo'oo 

88,951,488 91 
50,000,000 00 



$881,099,404 90 



Other 
liabiUtiee. 



$86,406,707 40 
948,780 86 
144,500 78 

'■'isiiiii'oi 



71 19 

5^09 

68,666 49 



76,988 81 
8,400 00 
6,440 89 

81,001 86 

10,000 00 

456,049 87 

566,984 48 



746,676 06 

164,887 70 

489,990 60 

8,579 81 

105,681 85 
16,547 69 
44,188 16 



44,888 ae 



989,478 64 

85,000 00 
10,680 46 
45,800 04 
54,89a 06 
1,860 84 

4,840,995 54 



$110,776,067 48 



Total 
UabUiUes. 



$887,990,484 86 

17,649.789 86 

917,606 78 

600,000 00 

1,761,894 68 

50,000 00 
18,000,000 00 

66,0n 19 
665,800 00 
846,419 09 

82,991,648 49 
450,000 00 

077.188 81 
148,400 00 

86,440 89 

816,901 85 

108,400 00 

8,156,049 87 

6,197.084 48 

089,000 00 

610,000 00 
9,346,876 06 

710,641 70 
1,988,290 60 

212,889 21 

4,671,681 86 

8,680,847 68 

1,414,582 16 

187,800 00 

874,400 00 

8,694,888 88 

50,000 00 

680,775 86 

4,283,U00 00 

4,1^,478 64 

1,674,285 00 

1,160,620 46 

965,296 04 

64,898 06 

97,914 86 

67,098,400 46 
60 000,000 00 

180.189 86 



Surplus 



$1,657,087,567 08 



Net surplus. . 



$10,588 88 



59,706 14 
6,888 61 

188,488 64 
6,080 89 



4,794 10 

189,741 66 
18,678 89 



181,104 69 



808,767 88 

411,541 62 

2,486 546 77 

61,840 79 

4,488 41 

897,198 86 

"iio'.oie'M 



54,967 63 

'ioisM'si 



17,644 41 
8,000,986 68 



$64,788,501 76 
6,549,848 45 



$68,178,668 80 



Defldenoj. 



$196,884 89 
881,880 18 
08,488 81 



88,790 01 



806,488 99 
l.«890,615 77 



106,861 11 
199,168 16 



8,490 74 



$6,540,848 46 



4t) Eepobt of thb Kailroad Commissioners. 



TABLE E — 
Note Bef erring to Surface 

In addition to the companloB furnishing balAnoe sheets on Table E, there are several whose 
standing, and there are others furnishing no balance sheets, or defective ones, hi reports flled 
equipment bj Lessees or owners.. In order to arrive at the total stock and debt and cost o( 
as shown respectively on Table E. 



Albany and Susquehanna. 

Carthage, Watertown and Sackett's Harbor. 

Hayt'R Comers. Ovid and Willard , 

Lackawanna and SusquehanDa 

Littie Falls and Dolgevllle 

Otis Elevating ; 

Rensselaer and Saratoga 

Schenectady and Mechanicville 

Seneca Falls and Cayuga Lake 

Troy Union 



Total amount of cost of road and equipment, capital stock and debt not shown on 
Add amount shown as above on Table E 

Total amount of cost of road and equipment, capital stock and debt sf 

Total assets as shown on TableE $1 ,715,201 ,«0 8S 

Add additional cost of road and equipment as shown on above note 8,082,516 71 

Totalamountof assets as reported June 80, 1898 $1, 728,283, 7S7 <M 

Excess of assets over liabilities as reported June 80, 1898 

Net surplus as shown on Table E 

Add additional assets (cost of road and equipment) as per above note 

Deduct additional Ilabilitiee (stock and debt) as per above note 

Total net surplus as reported June 80, 1893 



Note Befebsing to Balance Sheets of Steah Boads. 47 

(Cantinned). 

SUam Roach in Table K 

roads have been partiAlly absorbed or leased, but who still have capital stook and debts out- 
wKh the Board, upon whose roads expenditures have been made on account of cost of road and 
road and equipment, as reported June 80, 1898, the following amounts must be added to thoee 



Cost of road and 
equipment. 



Capital stock. 



Funded debt 



Leased by Delaware and Hudson Canal Com- 
psnr (expended by lessee) 

Leased by Utioa andsBlack River R. R. Co. 
(DOW operated by N. T. C. and H. R.) 

Operated bT Lehigh Valley E. R. (^ 

Built and owned oy Delaware and Hudson 
Oanal Co 

fitfll in hands of contractor 

Arbitration with contractor still in suit 

Leasffd by Delaware and Hudson Omal Com- 
pany (expended by lessee) 

Built and owned by Delaware and Hudson 
Caoal Company 

Ko report filed. Latt report noade to Board 
showed 

Operated by New York Central and Hudson 
River, Delaware and Hudson, and Fltchburg, 

foregoing Table E 



$1,477,888 87 

788,068 96 
2,S78 68 

1,820,818 28 
500,000 00 



2,987,104 14 

215,781 46 

81,900 00 

788,064 80 



98.082 516 71 
1,440,440,650 06 



$487,846 00 
4,100 00 



250,000 00 
158,800 00 



40,000 00 
80,000 00 



$800,000 00 



250,000 00 
79,000 00 



60,000 00 



$969,746 CO 
714,651,145 85 



$f70,000 00 
881,609,464 80 



reported June 80, 18B8. 



$1,448,478,166 79 



$716,520,800 85 



$882,878,464 90 



Total liabilities as shown on Table E $1,657,027,667 08 

Add additional stockand debt asshown on above note 1,648,746 00 

Totalamoontof liabilities as reported June 80, 1808 $1,668,670,812 08 

$64,667,486 01 ===== 



. $8,069,616 71 
1,648,746 00 



$58,178,668 80 



6,888,771 71 
$64,567,425 01 



48 



Bepobt of thb Railroad Commissionvbs. 



TABLE E — 

Roads in Operation — 

Condensed Balance Sheets 



NAME of road. 



Brooklyn , 

Fulton 

Kings County , 

Mannaf tan , 

Metropolitan , 

R^g^ View. 

Suburban Rapid fraiiBit, 





AasKts. 




Cost of 

road and 

equipment. 


Other 
permanent 
InveetmentB. 


SuppUea, 

cash and 

currant 

aawU. 


Total aaeeto. 


986,417,465 49 
8,888,846 40 
10,198,78IS 74 
81,197,408 01 
81,818,000 00 

817,868 07 
• 8,987,756 68 




$884,786 80 

91,898 94 

970,997 8ft 

9,984,819 80 
61,779 19 

10,451 44 
68,479 64 


$86,708,190 69 




^ 8^830^880 M 


$-36;466,'86i'79 
88,435 84 


11,164,728 98 
57,607,488 00 
21,418,814 48 

288,877 61 




8,906,886 16 






$66,610,688 88 


$86,498,897 08 


$11,428,544 86 


$188,481,864 18 



Surface Street — OpercUed 



Albany 

Amsterdam 

Atlantic Avenue 

Auburn City 

Binghamton 

Broadway and Seventh Ave. . . . 

Brooklyn City 

Brooklyn City and Newtown. . . . 

Brooklyn Hdghts 

Buffalo 

Buff., N. Main St. & Tonaw. Eleo. 
Buffalo &. WilHamBville Electric 

OltizenB' (Fishkill) 

Coney Island and Brooklyn 

Crosstown (Buffalo) 

Dunkirk and Fredonla 

Elmira and Horseheads 

Flushing and College Point 

Olens FaUs. SandvBill & Ft. Ed. 
Homellsvllie ana Canlsteo 

Homellsville Electric 

Houston, West St. & Pav. Ferry 

Hudson Electric 

Ithaca 

Jamaica and Brooklyn 

Jamestown 

Lansingburgh and Cohoes 

Niagara Falls and Susp. Bridge. 

Clean 

Oswego 

Port RJchm'd & Prohibition Pk. 

Rochester 

Rochester Electric 

Schenectady 

Sea Cliff Inclined Cable 

Steinway 

Syracuse Consolidated 

Third Avenue 

Tonawanda Electric 

Tonawanda Street 



$1,808,688 84 

447.648 20 
4,214,709 67 

842,705 48 
808,970 86 

4,800 000 00 
14,864,680 69 

2,941,546 28 

451,019 81 

10,791 891 87 

75,800 00 

64,881 50 

149.809 50 

1,605,667 16 

2,962,257 44 

126,248 8S 
511,822 87 
166,808 61 
251,028 06 
100,000 00 

100,000 00 
l,6t8,596 17 
107,702 06 
825,000 00 
622,634 65 

466.649 €6 
15,000 00 

804 087 88 
60,778 55 
289,548 47 

176,581 59 

9,2«^,080 58 

225,906 94 

467,807 62 

11,979 56 

8,818,498 10 

2,e05,052 80 

5,878,742 11 

142,670 72 

70,828 11 



$168,875 00 



870 48 
*866io66'66 



46,800 00 
808 04 



84,675 99 

Mil '88 

'49i788'o6 

nliii'so 



171,000 00 
10,062 50 
100,000 00 



900 00 
6,888,102 06 

"'"ieieoo'co 



$88,017 55 
28,903 16 

899,588 10 
7,668 49 
19,574 99 

58,500 00 

1,065,840 86 

78,000 07 

876,877 65 

108,988 80 

1,651 13 
851 58 

9,099 84 
78,788 98 
80,845 19 

8,288 81 
17,780 88 
9,519 69 
7,688 83 



885 83 

5,868,188 69 
4,085 28 
8,964' 56 
16,589 55 

884,896 09 

5i790'72 

4,780 06 
1,716 65 

71 08 

1,428 95 

8,779 09 

98,894 47 



5,780 48 

16,655 66 

810,116 94 

8,081 78 
47,627 01 



$1,840,860 89 

471,546 86 

4,667,818 77 

850.887 97 
888,545 86 

4,858,600 00 
16,419,879 96 

8,018,816 78 

727,896 96 

11,250,889 57 

188,651 18 
65,841 07 

168,909 84 
1,579,401 18 
2,978,508 68 

188,478 14 
668,779 74 

175.888 SO 

858.600 88 
108,491 83 

100,885 88 

6,956,4CS 76 

111,787 84 

406.889 86 
689,174 80 

701,045 75 
16,000 00 

809,888 80 
85,518 00 

841,260 08 

176,668 07 

9,456,454 48 

289,747 68 

669.601 99 
11,979 66 

8,884,878 68 

8,(92,607 96 

12,386,961 11 

145,708 45 

216,455 18 



Condensed Balance Sheets of Elevated and Street Roads. 49 



{Continued,) 
Elevated Steam. 
Jwv$ 30, 1893. 



LXABILimS. 


Profit and Lobs. 


O^iltal stock. 


Funded debt 


Other 
li&baitleB. 


Total 
UabUitles. 


Surplus. 


Deficiency. 


118,268,600 00 

300,000 00 

8,290,000 00 

»,982,000 00 

6,500,000 00 

190,752 64 
4,000,000 00 


$12,968,000 00 

1,979,000 00 

7,194,550 00 

21,147,000 00 

14,818,000 00 

27,500 00 


$214,244 86 

61,230 34 

698,986 64 

1,476,682 88 

45,295 90 

1,121 99 
26,642 88 


$26,466,844 86 
2,810,289 84 
11,148,486 64 
52,564,682 88 
21,868,295 90 

219,874 58 
4,026,642 88 


$286,845 84 

2i;286'86 

5,042,850 12 
48,918 58 

8,902,96 














$29,406 28 






106,456,363 54 


$68,184,060 00 


$2,512,113 96 


$118,102,516 62 
Net surplus.. 


$6,888,258 82 
29,406 22 


$29,406 28 




$6,828,847 60 





Jy Mechanical TVaction. 



$1,000,000 00 

KO.OOOOO 

1,880,460 CO 

50,000 00 

266,650 00 

2,100,000 00 
9,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
800,000 00 
6,670,600 OO 

60.000 00 
41,960 00 
f6,000 00 
900,800 00 
1,500,000 00 

78,450 00 
400.000 00 

54,870 00 
19l»,000 00 

50,000 00 

90,000 00 
1,060.000 00 

50 000 00 
179,000 00 
197,480 00 

860,000 00 
16,000 00 

400,000 00 
10,000 00 

185,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

800,000 00 

800,000 00 

9,500 00 

8,500.000 00 

1JSO,000 00 

7,000,000 00 

186,000 00 

74,000 00 



$780,000 00 

170,000 00 

8,108,500 00 

800,000 00 

210 000 00 

8,800,000 00 
8,086,000 00 
1,660,000 00 

apo,ooooo 

6,«0,a56 67 

44 000 00 

81,686 80 

76,000 00 

600,000 00 

1,820,000 00 

80,000 00 

"■*7i!5o6'66 

100,000 00 
60,000 00 

60,000 00 
600,000 00 

60,000 00 
175,000 00 
415,000 00 

800,000 00 

'"466io66'o6 

81,676 12 
122,600 00 

75,000 00 
8,475,000 00 

"aooiooo'oo 

2,000 00 

612,000 00 
1,848,400 00 
6,000,000 00 

""ioiooo'oo 



$98,648 50 
86,6«8 58 
68,001 28 
24,722 84 

806,808 58 

52,600 ro 

1,774,966 18 
891,271 50 
216,828 60 
606,294 03 

19,900 82 

991 62 

1,885 42 

18,788 46 

114,641 76 

21,540 70 
148,810 68 
76,888 ro 
89,598 98 



1,200 80 

5,002,660 86 

5,541 86 

49.471 88 
80,080 48 

147,160 66 

i;686 66 

20,986 08 
2,712 11 

18.472 49 
683,768 86 

8,000 00 

56,958 62 

481 60 

281,860 56 
172,016 88 
168,070 89 
15,156 11 
08.519 41 



$1,828,648 50 

4M,628 58 

4,496,961 23 

274,722 84 

785,458 52 

4,862,500 00 
14,609.966 18 

2,941 ,2n 50 

666,888 60 

10,907,060 70 

128,980 82 
64,568 42 

161,885 42 
1,518,588 46 
2,984,641 76 

184,090 70 
648,810 68 
206.702 69 
290,693 98 
100,000 00 

101,800 20 

6,642,660 86 

106,541 86 

899.471 88 
648,410 48 

697.160 68 
15 000 00 

801,680 00 
62,662 14 

260 212 11 

108.472 49 
9,096,768 86 

208,000 00 

656,952 62 

11,961 60 

8,898,860 56 

2,670,415 88 

12,168,070 89 

140,156 11 

217,519 41 



$17,001 89 

14.917 78 

170,661 54 

"48',686'88 



719,918 77 
78,645 28 
60,968 86 

258,878 87 



772 66 

7,078 92 

60,867 67 

87,860 87 

8,485 44 
9,960 11 



2,491 82 



818,792 40 
6,186 98 
7,417 96 



8,885 07 
12,850 46 



857,690 62 
81,747 58 
2,649 47 



228,890 72 
5,547 84 



$24,864 87 



879 60 



27,874 80 
1,048 65 



864 97 



4.886 86 



8,968 00 
16,819 88 



8 18 

60,688 08 
47,807 98 



1,064 80 



50 



BSPOBT OF THB KaILBOAD CoMMISSIONBBS. 



TABLE E — 

Roads in Opsbatiok — Subfacx 

Condensed Balance Sheet, 



NAME OF BOAD. 



Troy atr 

Troy and Oohoes 

Troy aod LansbiKburffh 

Union (New York City) 

Union (Saratoga Springs).-. . . 

Utlca Belt Line 

Utica and Mohawk 

Watertown 

Waterford and Cohoes. .^ 

Watervllet Turoplke andR. R 

West Side (Blnghamton) 

Tonkers 



Ooetof 

road and 

equipment. 



$1,119,881 90 

60,000 00 

700,000 00 

4,007,888 50 

488,652 82 

768,968 20 
116,985 07 
174,842 48 
24,59S 88 
656,054 45 

25,000 00 
666,943 46 



$81,841,526 41 



Other 
permanent 
investments 



$2,967,472 88 

""isiiiii'T-i 



41,980 62 
27,692 00 

"m\in"ib 



$10,679,626 68 



oasfi and 

current 

assets. 



$99,620 42 



46,608 22 
1,090 42 

86,486 68 
111 06 

6,861 86 
417 46 

8,116 00 



8,616 02 



$8,817,422 20 



Total 



$4,206,974 74 

60.000 00 

700,000 00 

4,205.561 96 

484,742 74 

799,454 78 
167,976 66 
206,796 98 
25,016 28 
726,217 86 

25,000 00 
669,568 48 



$100,388,674 24 



Babylon 

Bleecker St. and Fulton Ferry. . 

Broadway (Brooklyn) 

Broadway Kerry & Metrop. Av. 
Central Croestown 

Oentral Park, "Vo. & Bast Rlyer. 
Christopher and Tenth Street . . 

City of Pouirhkeepsie 

Cortland and Homer 

Court Street and East End 

Deerfleld and Utloa 

Dry Dock, E. Broadway A Bat*y 

Eighth Avenue 

Forty-sec'nd St. & Grand St. Fv. 
FortySc'dSt. Man.& St Mlc. Av. 

Frankfort and nion 

Fulton and Oswego Falls 

Herkimer and Mohawk 

Huntington 

Jolmst'n, Grv'rsville & K'gsbro. 

Kingston City 

Larchmont.* 

Long Island City & Newtown. . . 

Metropolitan Crosstown 

Mohawk and Ilion 

Newburgh 

Ninth Avenue 

Ogdeosburgh. 

Oneida 

Oneida Street CUtica) 

Oneonta. 

Peoplt^'s (Syracuse) 

Rockaway vUlage 

Rome 



S 8,409 96 
1,081 58 
i;015,929 74 
258,047 92 
840,000 00 

2,810,167 40 

766,211 82 

1(-7,911 11 

45,426 88 

46,040 15 

22,488 21 
8,068,507 67 
1,688,952 72 
l,082,12i) 56 
5,889,014 42 

20,766 14 
88,481 48 
17,000 00 
55,972 82 
108,629 11 

98,911 92 

25,000 00 

812,869 90 

1,272.689 89 

15,800 00 

165,562 08 

851,221 00 

2&,685 86 

17,018 85 

40,000 JO 

20 484 86 

1,881.814 42 

60.488 87 

177,583 83 





$12,866 96 

ioioifii 

2,916 82 
21,916 18 

66,76006 


$8,906 92 

487 00 

1,000 00 




2,145 60 




1,800 00 




826 96 




41 21 


20,000 00 
256,100 00 

iisoo'oo 


100,607 82 
150,541 15 

i7;9o6*6i 

189 47 




902 98 




2,010 14 




872 87 




801 46 




6,579 24 




1,079 72 




866,978 42 


82 600 00 
2,000 00 


208,688 58 
1,017 02 

24,417 92 


700 00 


8 706 79 
659 49 








192 83 




1,401 (t 




19,085 86 




442 42 




450 01 



Operated by 

$24,785 91 

1,801,96166 

1,069,888 60 

261,451 74 

802,916 18 

2,810,167 40 

882,911 88 

110,066 71 

46,726 88 

46,806 10 

22,474 42 
8,189,114 99 
2,040,686 87 
l,t8;S,120 66 
5,856.415 08 

20,965 61 
84,884 46 
19,010 14 
66,845 69 
108,980 57 

100,491 16 

26,079 72 

669,888 88 

1,514,077 97 

18,817 02 

190.000 00 
860,627 79 
29.844 86 
17,018 86 
40,102 86 

21,88S« 

1,850,849«78 

50,875 79 

177.068 84 



COBDEMBED BaLANOB ShEBTS OF StBEET BoADB. 



61 



(CarUinued). 

Street — Operated by Mechanical Inaction, 

June 30, 1893. 



LuBiLirrsB. 


Pbofit akd Loss. 


OfVttalrtock. 


Funded debt 


Other 
liabilities. 


Total 
liabilities. 


Surplus. 


Deficiency. 


|S,<)CO,000 00 
80 000 0U 
700,0iOOO 


$800,000 00 


$49,864 69 

""i76*,576'46 
86,000 00 

166,726 46 
84,788 74 
46,141 61 


$4,049,864 69 

60,000 00 

700,000 00 

4,170,676 46 

486,000 00 

806,786 46 
161,888 74 
106,141 61 
86,000 00 
740,000 00 

86,orooo 

666,600 84 


$167,610 16 






"8ioo6',oo6'66 

100,000 00 

600,000 00 
76,000 00 
110,000 00 

'■'*8o6;o6o'o6 
""»4*,666'oo 




8,000,000 00 
800,000 00 

160,000 00 


84,986 io 
9,748 74 






$6,871 78 


58.100 00 




8,906 00 


40,000 00 


18.664 77 
16 88 




a6,ouo 00 




840,000 00 


18,768 16 


86,000 00 








m,60o 00 


49,000 84 


8,968 14 








|tt,619,7Q0 00 


$88,168,460 69 


$11,884,488 49 


$07,806,646 06 
Net surplus... 


$8,668,740 16 
886,811 99 


$886,811 90 




$8,441,988 16 





Animal Power. 



$6,600 00 
000,000 00 
6»,000 00 
160,000 00 
600,000 00 

1,800,000 00 
660,000 00 
80,000 00 
40,000 00 
44,000 00 

18,000 00 

1,800,000 00 

1,000,(00 00 

748,000 00 

8,600,000 00 

14,876 00 
16,000 00 
17,000 00 
80,000 CO 
60,000 00 

60,000 00 

86,000 00 

160,700 00 

800,000 00 

15,000 00 

40,000 00 
800,0U)OO 
88,600 00 
18,500 00 
40,000 00 

80,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

85,000 00 

50,000 00 



$700,000 00 
860,000 00 
166,000 00 
860,000 00 

1,800,000 00 

810,000 00 

18,000 00 



1,940,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

886.000 00 

8,700,000 00 



16,000 00 

"86loo6*6o 

60,000 00 

81,000 00 

TOOioOO'oO 
900,000 00 



160,000 00 



1,000 CO 



786,000 00 
86,000 00 
180,000 00 



$19,668 78 

'"78,699*41 
18,000 87 



8,010 68 
6,687 64 

9,881 89 
48,667 88 
85,000 00 

8i4i484'6i 

718 75 
11,461 68 

108 00 

1,607 05 

8,666 48 

800 00 

88,054 80 

888,846 90 



16 00 
198 85 

14,864 11 
108,796 88 
6,957 97: 
17,764 61 



$85,868 72 

1,600,000 00 

. 958,609 41 

878,000 87 

860,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

860,000 00 

98,000 00 

48,010 68 

49,687 64 

81,881 89 

8,188,667 88 

8.085 000 00 

984,000 00 

6,414,484 51 

14,068 76 
41,461 68 
17,000 00 
66,106 00 
101,607 06 

88,666 48 

86,800 00 

878,754 80 

1,483,846 90 

16,000 00 

190,000 00 

800,000 00 

86,600 00 

14,616 00 

40,198 86 

84,864 11 

1,844,798 88 

66,967 97 

198,764 61 



$801,981 66 
116,884 19 

""iiiiii'ii 



18,066 71 

8,n6a6 



668 08 
6,547 66 
16,688 87 
48,180 66 



6,966 86 

"8;6i6'i4 

787 09 
8,488 68 

16,984 74 
879 78 

'ioisss'o? 

8,817 08 



844 86 
8,497 86 



6,061 46 



$487 80 



11,648 68 



189,688 60 
87,066 68 



8,171 64 



66,069 48 
"7,66707 



808,915 96 



489,878 81 



18,086 09 

"eioAi'w 

14,780 77 



63 



Bbpobt of thb Bulboad Commissionbbs. 



TABLE E - 

Roads in Opsbation — Subfacb 

Condensed Balance She^y 





AB8ETB. 


NAME OF BOA.D. 


Cost of 

road and ' 

equipment. 


Other 
inyestmenta. 


current 
aaietB. 


Total aoeta. 


Sooond ATeiiU6. 


$8,728,069 18 

1,808,188 88 

81,948 67 

1,061,064 67 

906,848 60 




989,781 56 

866,448 84 

401 87 


98,787,788 69 


Sixth Avenue 


96,000 


8,165,678 
88,845 04 






1,061,064 9t 


Ybh Brmt St. and 'F!rh^ Rfudn 




1,065 87 


806,418 97 










$80,868,456 01 


9884,198 98 


91,868,666 OS 


988,046,984 96 


Operated by median, traction... 
Operated by animal power, 


981,841,586 41 
80,858,456 01 


910,679,685 68 
8M,198 98 


98,817,488 90 
1,868,586 06 


9100,888,574 84 
88;046;884 96 


Total aurfaoe street 


9111,694,968 48 


911,008,618 56 


90,686,006 88 


9188,884,809 89 







Condensed Balanoe Sheets of Stbbbt Boabs. 



58 



(Conchided). 

SiBBsr — Operated by Animal Power. 

Jmt 80, 1898. 



T^TAWTt.rifa. 


Profit amd Loss. 


OqMslitoek. 


Funded debt 


Other 


Total 
Hft^fllMfW. 


Surplus. 


Deadem^. 


tl.6tt.000 00 


$1,810,000 00 

i6;a66'66 

400,000 00 
86,000 00 


$78,606 88 

10,004 00 

417 86 


$8,746,606 88 

8,010,004 00 

81,648 40 

1,000,000 00 

180,78180 


$88,187 81 

166,488 68 

706 64 

61,064 67 

86,688 77 




8^000 000 00 




11,776 00 




800,000 00 




160,000 00 


6,78180 








$17,618,860 00 


$18,766,866 66 


$088,064 78 


$88,808,660 88 


$881,080 81 
NetDefldt... 


$077,446 68 
881,080 81 




$166,486 88 


|«,610,780 00 
17,618,800 00 


$88,168,460 60 
18,766,866 66 


$11,884,486 40 
088,064 78 


$07,806,646 08 
88,808,660 88 


$8,668,740 16 
831,080 81 


$886,811 00 
077,445 68 


186,088,100 00 


$61,018,816 14 


$18,148,801 88 


$180,090,806 86 
Net Surplus.. 


$8,480,760 46 
1,804,867 68 


$1,804,867 68 




$8,886,608 84 





^ BePOBT of THB RilLBOAD C0MMIS8IONBB8. 

TABLE F- 

Roads Not in Opkbatiow— 

Statement of Locatiimj Capital Stocky Funded and JB%oating DeUj 

Nau or BoAO — Whsrx Looatbd — Nami or Prisidbht aud Otpicial Adorbm. 



Port Chester and Tarrytown R. R., from Port Chester to Tanytown 

Director. W. J. Tingue. Port Cheater, N. T. 
Poughkeepae and Hudion B>, from Poughkeepsle to Hudson 

Treasurer, C T. Moffett, Syracuse, N. T. 
Rockland Lake R. R., from Congress station, Vest Shore R. R., to Rockland Lake 

Secretary, L. O. Beere, 482 Canal street. New York city. 
South Cairo and East Durham R Ri, from South Cairo to East Durham 

Secretary, J. Freelon iteylord; General OfBoe, CatskUl, N. T. 
Terminal Underground R. R., from Oity Hall Park, New York city, to Grand Central Dqwt, 
Forty-second street 

President. C. V. Sldell; General Office, 146 Broadwa^K New York city. 
Tilly Foster Bline R. R., from TUly Foster Mines, at TUly Foster, to Brewster's, N. Y 

Secretary. H. V. Vultee; General Office, 68 Wall street. New York city. 
Washington County R R., from Greenwich to State line, near Granville 

Secretary, ^iUlam G. Ladd, 136 Ubert^ street. New York city. 
Westchester Ry. Co., from Harlem river. New York, to Danbury, Conn., with branches 

Secretary and Treasurer, William F. Van Pelt; General Office, 19 William street, New York 
city. 
Nlafl»ra Junction RaUway Company, a terminal Ry. in Niagara county\ N. Y 

President, Edward D. Adams, 16 Broad street. New York city. 
New York and East River R. R 

President, Joseph Pool, S6 Pine street, New York city. 



Eleyatsd 

Atlantic Avenue Elevated Railway, over, under and across certain streets, avenues, etc., In 

Brooklyn and in Kings county 

President, Austin Corbin, 198 Broadway. New York city. 
Long Island Elevated Railway, from South Ferry, Brooklyn, to city line via Atlantic avenue.... 

President Austin Corbin, 19a Broadway, New York city. 
Sea Side and Brooklyn Bddge Elevated Railroad, over, under and across certain streets, 

avenues, etc., in the city of Brooklyn and in Kings oountv 

President, Simon Uhlmann, 81 Sands street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



SURFAGI 

Ohrlstopber Street and James Slip Ferry Railway ; certain streets in New York city 

Nathaniel S. Smith. Treasurer; General Office, 190 Broadway, New York city. 

Coney Island Surface Railway ; certain streets and avenues in town of Graveeend 

President, F. H. Lowerre; General Office, 45 William street, New York ci^. 
Elmira Transfer RaUway, from corner State and Water streets to State and Fifth streets, 

Elmira 

President, Austin Corbin; General Office. Elmira. N. Y. 
Fifth Avenue Railway, from South Fifth avenue and Canal street^ New York, to Central Ptfk, 

at Fifty-ninth street via Fifth avenue 

President, Thomas B. Musgrave; General Offi-^e. 585 Fifth avenue. New York city. 

Fiftieth street, Astoria Ferry and Central Park Railroad 

Sercretary and Treasurer, Fred'k A. Bartlett, Temple Court (6 Beekman street), New York 
city. 

Folton, wall Street and Cortland Street Ferries Railroad ; certain streets in New York dty 

Secretary, DeWitt J. Apgar; General office. 45 WQllam street. New York city. 
Madison Avenue and Eigh^ sixth Street Railway, from Madison avenue and Eighty-fifth itrest 

to Hudson river, via Eighty-fifth and Eighty-sixth streets. 

Treasurer. E V. W. Rossiter; General Offlc*, Grand Central Depot, New York city. 
Sackett Street Railroad, from Hamilton Ferry, Brooklyn, to Ninth avenue, via Sackett sbeet 

with branches 

Secretary, Thomas E. Stewart; General Office, No. 908 Broadway, New York dty. 

Staten Islana Sea Beach Railroad, runningover the Sea Side boulevard, Staten Island 

President, Adolph L. King; (ieneral Office, Rosebank, EUchmond county, N. Y. 



Stbam and Elevated Boads not in Operation. 



67 



(ChiUinued). 

SUBTAOX SrSAM. 

Coa of Road and Equipment^ Miles Prqjected and MUea JBuiU. 



QqAilBtoclL 


rimdeddebt 


Unfunded debt 


Ooitor 

road and 

equipment 


MOM 
Of road 




$8,000 00 
4,100 00 








14.00 
41.00 
8.00 
10.00 

6.00 
8.00 
86.00 
60.00 

6.88' 

81.00 








$4,100 00 










8,180 00 

1,700 00 
1,800 00 




$84 81 
4,670 70 


6,181 14 

6,880 70 
1,188 64 














6,876 74 
10,480 46 




906,M0 0O 

800,000 00 
4,446 70 




017,060 46 

816,068 66 
4,440 00 




« 
















$10,874,601 90 


$4,608,168 16 


$606,814 97 


$11,064,716 77 


1088.81 







BrxAM. 



$56,00u 00 






$17,868 68 

16.175 » 

14.176 88 






60,000 00 










80,000 00 






6.00 


8.80 










$160,000 00 






$47,818 07 


6.00 


8.10 











SXESBT. 


$1.400 00 


6,830 00 


10,000 00 


8,000,000 00 


106,000 00 


700 00 


8,000 00 


8,600 00 


800 00 



$460,00^00 



7,000 00 



$096 78 



8,166 08 



$1,400 00 
5,870 00 

996 7B 

16,000 00 

7,774 68 



4,166 08 



.64 

8.60 
7.76 
8.00 

1.76 



8.00 



58 BspOBT OF THE Railboad Gohmibsionebs. 

TABLE P- 

RoADB Not in Opkbatiok— 

Statemene of LocaHon^ Capital Stocky Mmded and Floating IMbt^ 



Nams or Bou>— Wkbb Looatid— ITams of Prbsxdbit and Ovjioial Addbsss. 



Thfaty-fonrth Street Railroad, foot of WestThlrtj-fourth street to F^rnr at foot of Bast Thirty- 
fourth etreet. New York dty 

Searetarr, DeWitt J. Apsar; General Office, 45 WlUiam street, New York city. 
Tblrty-f oorta Street Ferry and EleTenth Avenue Railroad ; certain streets in New York city. .... 

President D. D. Oonover; General Office, 45 William street. New York dtr. 
Twenty-elffhtb and Twen^-nlnth Streets Railroad, from North dyer terninQS to East rtnr 

tenmni. New York city 

Secretary, DeWitt J. Apgar; General Office, 45 William street, New York dty. 



Stbsbt Boads not in Operation. 



59 



(Concluded). 

I SUBFACE StBBST. 



Coa of Road and JEquipmenty JUtles 


Prelected and MUea BuUt. 


Omttalrtock. 


Funded debt 


Dnfimdeddebt 


Ooetof 

road and 

equipment 


MUea 

of road. 

projected. 


MUea 


8100,000 00 

1,800,000 00 


9000,000 00 

700,000 00 
800,000 00 




9000,100 00 
1,800,800 00 

400,800 00 


6.00 








509,000 00 




6.00 










84,80,170 00 


9S,807,000 00 


98,188 71 


98,188,897 » 


88.04 









60 



Sepobt of the Bailboao Gomhissionebs. 



TABLE G. 

ABSTBA.CT.OF REPORTS OF RAJLROA.D COMPANIES. 

RoASs IK Opebation. 

OamparcUive StcUefnerU for t/ears ending ^ June 30, 1892 and 1893. 

Surface Steah Railroads. 





For year ending June 
80, 180S. 


For year ending June 
80,180s. 


Capital Stock and Debt. 
Capital stock issued 


1699,889,898 48 

808,984,865 11 

89,750,626 07 


t715.620.890 86 


Fund^Ml (ieht 


882,878,464 30 


Floating debt 


110,776,967 48 






Total stock and debt 


^$1,598,576,289 66 


11,658,676,812 08 



Assets, 
Cost of road and equipment .... 
Permanent investments, supplies, 
cash and current assets 



Total assets . 



11,898,880,501 00 
261,178,164 88 



11,660,058,656 88 



11,448,478,166 79 
274,760,670 25 



11,728,288,787 04 



Earnings from Operation. 



From paasenger tiuDBportation. . 

From irelf bt traoBportatlon 

Fkt>m mau transportation 

From exproHS transportation . . . . 
From miscellaneous sources 



Gross earnings from operation . 
Operating expenses 



Net earnings from operation. . 



Passbhgkr. 
•04,869,199 08 



4.182.742 41 
4,517.428 92 
1.821,538 75 



865,849,904 11 
45,496,960 97 



tl9,84S.958 14 



Freight. 
ti46ia96;6i6'89 

' 8i262i222'98 



8148.«;7,tm 87 
97,867,494 70 



850,790,847 17 



PASaXKOKR. 
860,434.226 69 



4,179,880 17 
4,968,865 90 
2.121,440 71 



871.800,868 47 
82.569.283 41 



819.121,120 06 



8160.519.140 S7 

*'*2ii«,i2i'i« 



8162.664,361 Ti 
101,569.731 OfT 



858.104,589 » 



Income Account. 



Qross earnings from operation, 
as above 


1218,998,746 98 
148,864,445 67 


$284,864,616 20 


Less oneratinir exnenses 


157,128,964 48 






Net earnings from operation. 
Add income from other sources. . 


170,684,800 81 
6,876,695 64 


$77,226,660 72 
7,248,112 88 


Gross income from aU sources 


$77,009,895 95 


$84,468,768 60 



Abstbactt of Ekports of Bailboad CoMPAlSriBS. 



61 



TABLE Q— {Continued). 
ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OP RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

ROADB IN OpEBATION. 

Comparative Statement for years ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 
SuBFACB Steam Railboads. 



Deductiona from Gross Income. 

f Interest 

*BentalB of leased lines 

Tkxee 

IQsoeUaneoiis 



Total deductions from Gross Income 
Net Income from all Sources 



Payments from Net Income, 

tDiTidends 

Miscellaneous 



For year ending 
June 60, 1688. 



$27,246,668 17 

28,781,029 62 

6,264,158 96 

1,765,222 14 



$69,067,078 79 



For year ending 
June 80, 1806. 



$28,688,219 69 

27,658,466 02 

7,270,196 68 

2,480,796 72 



$66,092,667 96 



$17,962,822 16 ■ $18,876,095 64 



Total payments from net income. 
Surplus 



$18,720,802 10 
1,881,856 97 



$15,661,658 07 



$2,401,164 09 



$14,662,992 60 
64,866 61 



$14,717,848 11 



$8,658,247 68 



Mileage, 
MOfis of road built and operated, main line. . 
Miles of additional track 


14,660.84 
4,594.98 
6,886.55 


16,091.72 
4,948 17 


Miles of sidings 


7,808 81 






Total mil w of track 


25,991.87 


27,848.20 






Miles of road in New York State 


7,770.36 
18,808.87 


7,887.59 


IGles of track in New York State 


18,868.66 







Equipment. 

Locomotives, 8 drivers 

Locomotives, 6 drivers 

Locomotives, 4 drivers 



Total number of locomotives. 



Gbib, first-class passenger 

OavH, second-class passenger 

OaiB, baggage, mail and express 

Total number of cars for passenger traffic 

Total number of cars for freight traffic. . . 



7ied 1^ leMora, as follows (see Table D) : 



650 
8,047 
2,861 



6,648 



4,474 

810 

1,651 



6,985 



275,868 



695 
8,298 

2,887 



6.875 



5,866 

700 

1,576 



7,640 



271,986 



Ii rtrt 

D ideodfl 



June ao, IflOS. 
$8,291,889 84 
4,291,046 46 
11,198 648 28 



June 80, 1898. 

$8,807,617 48 

4,132,469 60 

10,218,867 91 



Total raoUl of leaiied lines $28,781,029 62 $27,668,456 02 



tTMal interest aa per abore table and note $85,688,003 01 $86,990,887 11 



ideoda as per abore table 

4oD of rentals of leased lines paid in dividends by lessors, as 



$18,720,802 10 $14,662,992 60 

rnoteon preceding page ...:.. ............:........'... 4,291,046 46 4,182,460 69 

$18,011,848 56 $18,705,462 29 



EePOBT OV the BaILBOAD G0MMIB8IONBB8. 



TABLE G— {Continued). 

ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OP RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Roads in Opbbation, 

Comparative Statement /or years ending June 30, 1892 and 1898. 

SUBFACB SnSAH RAILBOADS 





For year ending 
June 80, 1802. 


For yew ending 
Jiine80,189B. 


Traffic and Mileage Statistics, 
Number pf passengers carried, ** through". . 
Number of passengers carried, " local' . .... 


20,156,686 
182,985,404 


28,726,864 
146,708,729 


Total number of passengers carried 


158,142,090 


170,485,588 


Number of passengers carried one mile 


2,960,466,765 


8,286,168,464 


No. of tons of freight carried, " through". . 
No. of tons of freight carried, '* local" 


82,913,874 
78,261,068 


89,168,846 

78.177,880 


Total number of tons of freight carried.. 


156,164,487 


167,841,226 


No. of tons of freight carried one mile 


19,460,098,145 


20,935,214,106 


Passenger train mileage 


57,906,712 
89,406,687 
29,894,246 


65,922,708 


Freifirht train mileacre 


95,914,816 
42,809,109 


All other train mileage 




Total train mileage 


177,207,645 


204,646,187 


Per passenger per mile : 

Passenfirer earninira (cents) 


2.21 
1.54 
0.67 

|1 18 
79 
84 

0.764 
0.508 
0.261 

|1 66 

1 09 

67 

$4,487 59 
8,124 72 
1,862 87 

10,209 78 


2.18 


Passenger expenses (cents) 


1.60 


Passenger profit (cents) 


0.68 


Per passenger train mile: 

Passenfirer eaminfis 


$1 06 


Passenger expenses 


78 


Passenfirer nrofits 


80 


Per ton affreight per mile : 

Freight earnings (cents) 


0.777 


Freight expenses (cents) 

Freight profit (cents) 


0.600 
0.377 


Per freight train mile : 

Freight earning^B r ... 


1160 
' 109 


Freight expenses 


Freight profit 


60 


Per mile of road operated : 

Passenger earnings 


$4,760 81 
3 483 83 
1 266 98 


PaffflAnger e'^fpepa*^ . , x x . . 


Passenfirer nrofit . . . 


Freight earnings 


10,778 88 







Abstract of Ekpobts of Eailsoap CoMPAinss. 



68 



TABLE Q — {CofUim4ed). 

ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Roads in Opbbation. 

6ompar(Uive Statement for years ending June 80, 1899 offid 1893. 

SuBFAOB Steam Railboads. 



For year ending 
Jnne80, 180S. 



For year endfaw 
June 80,1808. 



Per mile of road operated (Continued). 

Freight expenses 

Freight profit 

OrosB earnings from operation 

Operating expenses 

Net earning from operation 

Cost of maintenance of way and struc- 
tures 

Cost of maintenance of equipment 

Cost of conducting transportation 

(General exx)enses 

Average number of employes 

Averag^e number of passengers per train. 
Average miles each passenger was hauled. . . 
Average number of tons of freight per train. 

Average miles each ton was hauled 

Average number of employes during year . . 
^Percentage of net income to capitcu stock. . 
Percentage of dividends declared to capital 

stock 

Percentage of gross income to cost of road 

and equipment 

Percentage of operating expenses to gross 

earnings from operation 

Percentage of passenger expenses to i>assen- 

ger earnings 

Percentage of freight expenses to freight 
earnings 



16,721 51 
8,488 27 

14,697 87 
9,846 28 
4,851 14 

1,807 50 

1,609 57 

5,058 41 

1,870 75 

10.54 

51 

19.88 

216.54 

124.61 

158,456 

08.18 

02.72 

05.50 

66.99 



65.88 



(6,928 21 

8,850 17 

15,528 69 

10,411 61 

5,117 08 

1,882 66 

1,715 62. 

5,404 88 

1,409 06 

10.82 

49 

19.28 

218.26 

125.10 

168,289 

08.15 

02.61 

05.88 

67.05 

78.88 

64.28 



* Ai the ooet of road and eaulprnent, capital stock and debt of leaaor companies are Included 
with operating companiee under those heaids respectively, the income of such lessor companies 
■iKNild be included In any computations based on those accounts; therefore the percentage of 
netjBoome to capital stock is computed on the following basis: 

June^SO, 18BSL June 80. 1898. 

Net income as herein above shown $17,088,8» 18 $18,876,096 84 

Add portion of rentals used by lessors for dividends, as before 

shown in note Cdlvidends not being a fixed charge) 4,291,04846 4,188,460 80 

Tbtal net iooome of operating and lessor companies $88,248,868 68 $8»,60e,665 88 



\ 



64 



Bbpobt of the Railboad Commissionvbs. 



TABLE Q— (Continued). 

ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF RAELROAD COMPANIES. 

RoABB m Operation. 

Comparative Statement for years ending June 30, 1892 and 1893/ 

Elevated Steam RAiuEtOADa 



For Tear ending 
June «>, 1808. 



For year ending 
June 80, 180B. 



Capital Stock and Debt 

Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Floating debt 



$57,427,882 64 

66,666,020 00 

8,749,966 76 



167,466,852 64 

68,184,050 00 

2,612,118 96 



Total stock and debt. 



$117,842,819 80 



$118,102,516 53 



Cost of Eoad and Equipment , 



Earnings from Operation. 

From passenger operation 

From mail transportation 

From miscellaneous sources 



$82,261,862 12 I $86,610,622 28 



Qross earnings from operation 
Operating expenses 



Net Earnings from Operation, 



$18,866,897 68 

6,000 00 

48,624 97 



$18,414,922 60 
7,027,068 79 



$6,887,868 71 



$18,916,208 77 
10,000 00 
60,588 45 



$18,976,792 28 
7,261,668 28 



$6,726,189 01 



Income Account. 

Net earnings from operation, as above I $6,887,868 71 

Income from other sources 149,868 44 | 

Cross Income from all Sources 



Deductions from Cross Income. 

Interest 

Rentals of leased lines 

Taxes and miscellaneous 



$6,726,189 01 
163,941 88 



$6,687,727 16 I $6,879,080 88 



Total deductions from Qross Income. . 



$2,767,888 67 I 
12,000 00 
666,748 68 



$2,974,126 96 
14,600 00 

782,858 78 



$8,836,182 25 I $3,771,485 78 



Net Income from all Sources . 



Patpnents from Net Income. 
Dividends 



Surplus . 



$8,201,694 90 I $3,107,695 10 



$1,800,000 00 1 $1,800,000 00 



$1,401,594 90 I $1,807,695 10 



Mileage. 
liiles of main line and branches. 

Miles of additional track 

Miles of sidings 



Total miles of track 



61.67 
72.28 
22.81 



166.66 



62.978 
65.159 
28.206 



151.888 



Abstbaot of Reports of Railroad Companies. 



65 



TABLE G— (Continued). 

ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Roads in Opbbation. 

Comparative Statement for yeare ending June 30, 1892 and 1893. 

Elevated Steam Railroads. 



Equipment. 

Looomotives 

Gan, fiiBtrclasB passenger. . . 
OaiBi service 



For rear ending 
June 80, 180S. 



460 

1,414 

49 



For year ending 
June 80, 1808. 



469 

1,464 

49 



MigeeUaneous Statistics. 

*Mile8 run by trains 

Number of passengers carried 



Per passenger carried: 

QrosB earnings from ox>eration (cents). 

Operating expenses (cents) 

Net earmngs from operation (cents). . . 



Per n^He of road operated: 

Gross earnings from operation 

Operating expenses 

Net earnings from operation 

Cost of maintenance of way and struc- 
tures 

Cost of maintenance of equipment 

Cost of conducting transportation 

General expenses 

Average number of employes during year. . 
fPercentage of net income to capital stock. 
fPeroentage of dividends declared to capital 

stock 

Percentage of gross income to cost of road 

and equipment 

Percentage of operating expenses to gross 
earnings from operation 



18,048,104 
267,888,400 



6.02 
2.63 
2.39 



$217,880 83 
114,181 80 
108,749 58 

9,639 70 

14,479 79 

78,489 62 

11,522 19 

6,675 

06.81 

03.83 

07.95 

52.88 



18,241,067 
278,848,341 



6.02 
2.60 
2.42 



$221,969 64 
116,160 46 
106,799 09 

10,614 46 
18,168 49 
79,398 27 
11,999 21 
6,808 
06.60 

08.88 

08.04 

61.89 



*In addition to tliis. which in '' passenger ''mileage, 16,102 *' other mileage'' is reported for 
year ending June 80, \9Xi, and 21,066 miles for jear ending June 80, 1808. 

tlliese computations are made on the following basis: 

¥snhattan Elevated CConsolidated stoclc) $80,000,000 00 

Brooklyn Elevated stock 18,af88,600 00 

Fulton 800,000 00 

r^niES County Elevated 8,250 000 00 

r "aVIeir..... 100,768 64 

$47,004,853 64 



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Repobt or THB Railroad Commissioners. 



TABLE H.* 

Mailroad Companies organized since July 1, 1882, from which no 
r^orU ham been received for year ending July 30, 1893. 

ROAD» NOT BiriLT, OR BUT PaRTIALLY BuILT. 

Steam Roai>8 — Surface. 



KAMX. 



Dat« of charter. 



Adirondack and St LavrnDCa . 
Mbuuy 'JV^riiillLial ,,,....♦►,...... 

Attica and Arcade .,.,-.. 



April 80,1891 

Dec 11, 1S90 

Feb. 6, 1888 

Feb. 28, 1870 



AtUrft* Lockport and lAke Ontario. 

BaMwlti^ville BriiDali ..^^ 

Batavla, A|01nu and Lake Ontarto. . . 
BlDffbamtou aad Soutli weBt«t£i. . . . . . 



BlfLKhfttnt'fVfi and Sta t« Uiifl^ ,*-^* — ■ ■ - . 

BrattchTKirt and Ponu Y na, ,*.,*,. ■ ■ 

B«wktVnld ,. - 

Brth-^kivu HrhlKft and Souili «bnrf 

Bnvklvn Aud Long IvXtmtl Cahip 

Brooklyn and LanK Ulaod Trunk Llrj€. . 

BulTalo DiM-k Atn\ Counectltiff 

Bnffaln and <*f"n^va \ Nov 1?. ..,-.,....-►, . 

BiifTaLu wild i inneva (No. a>. . . , ► 

BuITaIo and Great weiC«rii. . . ^ ^ « . - - - 

Bit]!falo llflrbof , — ....... — 

Buff nlu. Lackawiuina and Piaelfle ^ , 

ButfaLo and ^?uMi Park Bell Line , . - . . 
BufTnlti, ThonHand lelatidA and CortLiiDd 
BulTatn, VVUIlamiivnif and Northern . . . 
Buffalo atid WilUamevllle ..-.., 



Oamden, Watert^wa aad Nortb«rn. , . . 

GaDtnn ntid Waddlnittim , „ , . . . . . 

Oodarlitinit 

Central New York and Southwestern 



CJharlnttf* and Lake view. 

Cltr RaJlwftf Company of New York, .. 

Cibtanibla and Hciisselaer . , . ^ , > 

DaTeaport. — , 

Dav^npfjrt, Mlddlt'bnnirb ft 1>urhaiii 

IMilan'aj'e * Korlli Hlver. . .,,...._,, 

Delhi and ITiidson Klver 

Bext^ir and rtntarlo , , 

Pundr^rbnrpi^b ir^^plraL , .......* 

Dntt^hpn* ♦/otjiity .*.,*......,... 

Dutcln^iW Ejct^UHlon ,...,..,.,..,,..,,,,,,., 

Kas( Hranch Onnnec^tlng ,.*..>., 

Eait BufTalfi T^^.irmlaal .....,.., », 

Eaat Rtver TuniSi'l ...., 

Ea«ti SitJfi and MfMmt Vprnon, , 

Elmlra C<inm«ctlng. ,,.♦..♦., 

Erlp. Roc? bii^Mti:- rand Lake OatartoTenn. 

Fort Plain nbd Rltbfltfld Bprlnga 

Port Pond Bay ,.,,,....,.,*„ 

Fouricentb Stra*; Dlfltrk t ^ . , h . . . . . 

Qenr^^ie FaLln ^ , . , , 

Ooitvenietir and F;d wardi . , . , *....-. 

Gouvi^rtscHr and OKwetiatctile 

Qrand C(jn(ral Trau&lt DO ,.,.,.,,.,... . 



Nov. 
July 
June 
Jan. 



May 

March 

June 

March 

March 

March 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

AprU 

Nov. 

March 

June 

May 

June 

March 



Dec. 17, 1890 

March 18, 1R84 

Nov. 28, 1R84 

May 7, 1887 

July 25. 1881 

March 2U, IRSS 

June 15, 1SSI5 

Sept. 5, l»i8 



24,1888 

7,1886 
25. 1883 
18. 1887 



12,1892 
17,1885 
15,1888 

8.1886 
13, 1884 
81,1883 

6, 1K90 
19.1886 
28, 1889 
12, 1882 

28, 1883 
22, 1889 

29, 1887 
20, 189(1 

8,1888 
25,1886 



April 

July 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

April 

Feb. 

April 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Dec. 

Dec. 

May 

Aug. 

April 

July 



20, 1892 
6. 1889 
2. 1882 

27, 1R89 
9, 18H9 

21, 1890 

14, ISW 
8, 1K89 

13, lS8;i 

15, 1W> 
25.1881 

14. 18S2 
2, 1S84 
6, 1887 

23. 1882 

29, isa-) 

25, 1KS6 
90, 1R'.*0 
12. 181^2 
10. 1881 



Ofvenwood Ij^ke and Port .l^rv^ti. 
Sa&coQk nod Fcnniylvania ... . . 



Haufdek and State Line . 



May 29. 1888 
AprU 2, 1889 



March 14,1889 



HarlHin Rlvpr 

Banning Rapid Transit .. .^ , . , 

HerklnK^r. Newivort and Poland ^%Xtiu. 

BlfrhlarKt .f nncttoo. 

HuctMOQ ConaecUnsr . . 

Hndnon River and BiiMtisn ............ 



Oct. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Jan. 



-.1883 
10, 1891 
10. 1891 
8, ISSl 
28, 1887 



July 14, 1885 



Never made a report 
Never made a report. 
Letter filed with Board of R. R. Oommla- 

sloners October 5, 1888. 
Corporat* existence renewed by chap. 577 

Laws of 1880. See R. R. Comm's Rep.. 1B8S 
Last report made was for year 1886. 
Last report made was for year 1886. 
Last report made was for year 1890l 
Ck)n8oIldat«d with Wllllamsport and North- 

eastern December 17, 1887, as the Willlama* 

port and Blnghamton. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 188B. 

Last report made was for year 1889. 

Last report made was for year 1885. 

Last report made was for year 1884. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Merged In Lehigh Val. Ry. Co.. Jane SB. 1890. 

Property sold and charter forfeited. 

Last report made was for year 1885. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Last report made was for year 1890. 

Never made a report. 

Last report 1888. See letter filed with Board 
of R. R. Commissioners January 3S, 1890. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1889. 

Pittsburgh, Lackawanna and Western, 
under new name. 

Last report filed was for year 1886. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

See letter filed with Board of R. R. Commis- 
sioners December 7. 1888. 

Never made a report. 

I^ast report made was for year 1891. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

I^Ast report made was for year 1889. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made wa« 

lAst report made was 

I^st rei)ort made was 

Never made a ri^port. 

Last report made was 

Last report made was 

Last report made was 

Never made a report. 

La^t report made was for year 189L 

See un*^erlfled statements filed with Board 

of R. R. Commissioners Decemb^ 20» 1888. 
Never made a report 
Merged in Ontario. Carbondale and Scrao- 

ton October .8. 1S89. 
Articles of association defective: relnoor- 

porated as Hancock and Pennsylvania. 
Last report made was for year lw8. 
Never made a report. 
Consolidated in Mohawk and Malone. 
Last report made was foryear 1885. 
Consolidated with the Pouffhkeejpaie and 

Conn., as the Cen. New England and West 
lAst report made was for year 1886. 



I for year 1886. 
B for year 1891. 
) for year 1889. 

for year 1888. 
for year 1884. 
for year 1889. 



*Ffir t^nmpanlpft nr^anlavd prior lo July 1, 1882, see Table H in lorraer reports of this Board. See, 
aiso" AlpbalM'tlr'al lAm rif Companli'^s formed under the I^aws of this State," in Vol.1, Report ox 
RaJIfoaa ComuiUslonerfi. 



Roads not Built, qb but Pabtially Built. 



69 



TABLE R — (Continued). 

Roads not Built, ob but Partially Built. 
Stbau Roads — Surface. 



Date of chATter. 



Remarks. 



jBhortLine 

JohnsomTllle and Rutland 

KlncBUmand Utica 

KfDdertiook. TaUtle and NtTerrlUe. . . 
KiBderlMMA, Talatle and Stuyveaant. . 

KlnsBton, Warwick and Eaaton 

lAke Mahopae and Connecticut 

LewlMon and YounRftton 

Una and Honeoye Falls 

Uttie Falls, HornesvUle & Otsego Lake 

Marrow Ouage , 

little Falls, DolgeTiUe and Flseco Lake. 



May 
June 
May 
Jan. 
July 
Sept. 
Oct. 
May 
March 



25,1886 
11,1890 
14.1892 
15,1887 
28,1887 
5,1888 
19.1886 
11. 189Gi 
28.1898 



LoekDort and Northern. . 

Lo^ laland and New York Terminal . . . 
Long Island City and Sea Beach 



June 18, 1889 
Feb. 7. 1888 
March 80.1889 
Feb. 27, 1890 
March IS, 1888 



Xakme and Canada 

Malone and 8t. Lawrence 

Manhattan B^aoh Extension 

MetropcUtan Underground (Cable) 

Middlesex VaUey 

Mohawk and Adirondack 

Mohawk and St. Lawrence 

Mohawk and Susquehanna Valley . , 

Mohawk Valley and Northern 

MonticelloandFallsburgh 

NeYenlnk Valley 

Newbnrgh and Poughkeepsle 

Mew Knglaad and Southwestern . . . 

Mew Kwgland and Western 

Mew Jersey and staten Island Junction. 

Mew York Bay and Extension 

Kew York Arcade 

Mew York and Brooklyn (Cable). . . . 

Mew York and Boston 

Mew York Connecting 

Mew York Cable 

Mew York City and Westchester ... 
Mew York, Danbury and Boston .... 

Mew York District 

Mew York Harbor 

Mew York and Jersey City (Cable). . 
Mew York, New Jersey auad Eastern 
Mew York and Long Island 



June 

Sept. 

Deo. 

Jan. 

May 

May 

Dec. 

June 

Oct. 

May 

April 

March 

April 

June 

Dec. 

Jan. 



1,1888 
10.1891 
16.1882 
19. 1891 
12.1892 

5.1891 
90,1890 
29.1887 
81,1890 
12,1888 
20,1889 

8,1887 
22.1885 

6.1887 
14,1886 
26,1892 



Mew York and New Jersey Terminal. . . . 

Mew York Northern No. 1 

Mew York Northern No. 2 

Mew York and Queens County Tunnel.. . 
Mew York, Rlcblleld Sp'gsand C'perst'n. 

Mew York and South Bdkch 

Mew York and Yonkers 

Mlsgara Falls and La Salle 

Niagara Falls and Lewiston 

Mlsgara Falls and Whirlpool 

Mlsgara Shore Terminal 

Niagara J unction 

Oudda, Oneonta and New York 

OnondagaLake 

Oneonta and Otego Valley 



Ottawa, St. Lawrence and Schenectady. 
Ottawa, Waddlogton and New York 

Ballwayand Bridge Co 

Oyrter Bay Extension 

PeeksklUVaUey, 

People's Rapid Transit 



AprU 

March 

April 

April 

April 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

April 

June 

July 

Feb. 

April 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

April 

Feb. 

May 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Feb. 

Jan. 
Aug. 



90,1891 
80,1888 
21,1892 
22,1884 
18,1887 
14,1888 
28,1885 
15,1887 
80.1891 

6.1892 
80,1887 

2,1891 
28.1866 
25.1883 

7, 1891 
15.1882 
80.1891 
12.1892 
17.1890 

8.1890 

7,1886 
28,1891 
27.1892 
20.1889 

9,1890 
10,1887 
24,1888 
10,1886 

2,1884 
81.1886 



Perui Amboy 

Pittsburgh, Chautauqua and Lake Erie. 

Pittsburgh, Lackawanna and Western.. 

Poughkeepsle Bridge 

Poughkeepsle and Connecticut 



Poughkeepsle Connecting 

Poughkeepsle and Delaware Valley 

Pou^kkeepsSe, Hartford and N. England. 



May 24, 1887 

Sept. 11, 1888 

May 5, 1885 

Jan. 27, 1888 



June 5, 1888 

Sept. 14, 1888 

Jan. 28, 1887 

Feb. 10, 1887 

Sept. 10, 1887 



Poughkeepsle and Southeastern. . 
PoQfl^eepsle and Southwestern 



Pbaghk< 



Terminal . 



Sept. 
March 



May 
Jan. 



1,1886 
9,1883 

19,1887 
9,1891 



Never made a report. 
Neyer made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1891. 



Last report made was for year 1891. 
Abandoned. See R. R. Comm'rs Rep., 1884. 
Last report made was for year 1889. 

Last report made was for year 1888. See 

letter Bled December 24. 18W. 
Reported in 1883 that nothing had been done. 

Last report made was for year 1884. 
Never made a report. 

Neyer made a report. 

Never made a report. 

See letter filed with Board, December 81, 1888. ■ 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Labt report made was for year 1887. 

Last report made was for year 1886. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Never made a report. 

See p. 596, voL 11, Report of 1886. 
Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1890. 
Last report made was for year 1889. 
Last report made was for year 1889. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1891. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1884. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Cap. surrendered to Nlag. Falls ft Lewiston. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1891. 
Never made a report. 

See letter filed with Board December 81, 1888. 
Last report made was for year 1889. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report: 

Road built and operated by Long Island RR. 

Co. See report 1889, Long Island R. R. Co. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Consolidation of the Warren, Sugar Orove 

and MayvlUe of New York with company 

of same title of Pennsylvania. 
Changed to Cen. New York and So. WesterXL 
Last report made was for vear 1888. 
Consolidated with Hudson Connecting 

under title of Central New England and 

Western. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1888. 
Consolidated with Poughkeepsle and South- 
western as Fenn., Poughkeepsle ft Boston. 
Last report made was for year 1889. 
Consolidated with Poughkeepsle, Hartford, 

and N. £ng.,as Penn.,Fkeepflle and Boston. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Never made a report. 



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Bbpobt of the Railroad Commissioners. 



TABLE R — (Continued). 

Roads not Built, or but Partially Built. 

Steam Roads— Surface. 



NAME. 



Date of charter. 



Remarks. 



Rocheater, Honeoye Valley . 
Bouh«fattir and Lake Beach . . . 



Jan. 
Feb. 



14, 1888 
1, 18»8 



Boc!b<^t«r Tennlnal. , 



June 23. 1886 



iWftY El 
■ nniil Hf 



Mnvlile . 



Bfuni „ 

Rome and C4ikrthage 

Romcaud svlvan Beach 

Rom I (Hit Vnl \ey 

SaniueLc uud Lake Placid 

a&raio^n and St. Lawrence Extenilon . 

8cti4'nt>Liiiri>- nnd Albany 

BytAoiiHf (iiid Oneida Lake 

Sea Et*-m'ii and Sheepehead Bay 

f^neca Couuty 

SLlvf r CTr^i! k and Dunkirk 

South Bnjolctyn and Flatbush 



Dec, 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Aprtl 

Sept. 

June 

AprU 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Sept. 



97,1884 
13,1882 
10,1888 
20, 1888 
9. 1890 
18, 1890 
22.1891 
27,1890 

10. 1891 
24,1886 
24,1891 

11, 1890 
29,1886 



at, Regtfl and Salmon RlYer 

South Forry aiid Sea ^de Direct Ti^^ 



Squaw [flaud 

Svate LlDf? fftDd Stony Point. . 
Btateu I^lorJid Northern 



Btat^u lAlaiid Terminal 

ayrauttiM.' lind Ontario 

fl^racus^", I'branlx and Ontario 

^racuM' and South Bay 

t^rrnJ D nl l- u^lerground. 

T^rmLiial UtiJon 

Tlconcl^roga 

Troy and A verlU Park 

Trov and Ni^w England 

TweniA' tiiird Street District 

Unadtfta V allay. 

UuUvcl Siatoa Harvey Way Com. Co. . 



March 19, 1892 

March 16, 1892 

Aug. 18, 1881 

Feb. 20. 1884 

March 6,1886 

March 16.1886 

Feb. 18. 1883 

Nov. 28. 1881 

Jan. 8. 1883 

July 10. 1886 
March 26.1886 

Aug. 21. 1889 

Dec. 18, 1889 

Oct. 8, 1886 

Dec. 27,1889 

Dec. 29, 1889 



irtioa and I' [lAdiUa Valley 

Uticun AiDrtjudack and Sarat<«a,. . . . 
Warren. Suifsr Grove and MayvUle. . 



WpU«v1|]« aad Fllmore 

W^UnviUOn Honeoye and Ceres . 

Wifjit nriH>icl>-n 

WetititLLdd and Chautauqua 



Sept 12, 1888 
May 5, 1888 
March 21. 1885 



Nov. 28, 1881 
March 8.1882 
May 2, 1887 
July 8, 1886 



W4!i4t<'h«>i(t4 r and Putnam 

W»f .sbnre and International Bridge .. 

Wp^t Davenport 

Witllamsport and Blnghamton 

waUftEaSYi lie, Marlborough and Buffalo. 

Wilson Temiinal 

Windsor Beach and Ontario 



Sept. 
May 

Feb. 
Dec 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



29,1891 
28,1882 
29,1891 
17. 1887 
27, 1888 
14.1889 
80,1887 



YmuiBSlown and Buffalo I Jan. 21.1 



Last report made was foryear 1891. 
Reorganization of Rochester and Ont. belt, 

which was sold on foreclosure An^. 8, 1887. 

Capital of the new company subsequently 

surrendered to R., W. and O. TermmaL 
Letter filed with Railroad Commlaslonen, 

Sept. 20, 1 889,8tatlng company to be deConoL 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year 1884. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Commenced operating in August, ISSt. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year ISBL 

Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Name changed to South Brooklyn R«llnMMl 
and Terminal. October 6, 1887. 



Consolidated with Brooklyn Sub. Rallwaj 

Co.. March 9, 1886. 
Last report made was for year 1884. 



Never made a report. 

Last re^rt made was for year 



See 



letter filed Dec. 24. 1888. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report was made for year 1887. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year 1880. 
Last report was made for year 1881. 
See chapter 959, Laws of New York, 1088. 
Last report made was for year 1890. 
Last report made was f oryear 1888. 
Consolidated February 27, 1888, wltli oooa* 

pany of same name in Pennsylvania as the 

Pittsburgh, Chautauqua and Lake Erie. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Reorganization of New York and Atlantteu 
Merged in Chautauqua Lake R. R. Co., Dec 

29. 1886. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1890. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Never made a report. 

Capital stock of this company surrendered 
to Rome, Watertown and Ogdensborc Ter- 
minal. Feb. 21, 1888. 

Never made a report. 



Steam Roads — Elevated. 



OntnU .H H * I March 6,1886 i Corporation dissolved by ^. 

entered in Kings Co., March 2, 1888. 
RjghBrldgi? I May 25.1883 I Sold by sheriff. See R.R.Com*r8 Report 1888. 

Surface Street Roads -^ Horse, Electric and Cable. 



Amiterdam Electric 

ABU^rJa. 

AilHtitk- Calile 

Astoria, HU^i; vllle and Cavalry Cemetery 
AuUurn and Owasco Lake Electric. . . . 

Boutouberg 

Bridge T ununl 



Broadway 

Broad vrajr 

Bmodway, I^ezlngton ft Fifth Avenue.. 
Brook Avenuo 



June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

June 

March 

March 

May 
Oct. 



20,1888 
16, 1891 
24.1888 
8, 1891 
29, 1889 
17, 1H86 
17, 1886 



Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 



Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year 188&. 
Consolfdated with the Brooklyn Sob. Ry« 
Co., March 5. 1886. 
8, 1884 Last report made was for year 1888. . 
16. 1890 Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1894. 

Aug. 14, 1882 I Last report made was for year 188S. 



EoADe NOT Built, ob but Pabtially Bdilt. 



71 



TABLE U — {C(mti?iued). 
Roads not Built, or but Partially Built. 

SXTRFACB STRBBT ROADS — HORSE, ELECTRIO AND CABLB. 



Brooklyn Annex. 

Brooklyn Bridge and Sonth Ferry 

BraoUjn Cable 

Bnoklyn and Jersey City Ferry 

9nM>k|yn HelgbU Cable 

Brooklyn Suburban 

Broflne and Delancey Street Groratown. 
Broome, Delancey and Spring Street. — 

Buffalo and East Aurora Electric 

Buffalo and Hamburg. 

Buffalo Electric and Cable Street. 




Buffalo and Lancaster Electric 

Boffalo, Bellevlew and Lancaster 

Buffalo. Kenmore and Tonawanda Eleo. 
BoflUo, TOnawanda and Niagara River. 

Burnett Street Car Co 

CsnluteoVaUeyEleoCrto 

Ospltol 

C&lUClty 

Chamben Street. 

CIttxens* 

atlsens* Eleetirlo (Buffalo) 

CIttxens' Railway of Jamestown 

CMseiis' Street. 

CIdaens' Street R. R. Co. of Rochester.. . 

CItiaens' Surface (HomellsrlUe) 

0»ey Island Electrical 

OoBflT Island. Fort Hamilton and Bklyn. 

OommgandPalntidPoet.....^ 

orescent (Long Island City) 

Osyoadntta Electric 



Depot Belt Une 

Dunkirk and Fredonia Rapid Transit... . 

iMtClieater 

iMt and North River 

East and West (New York city) 

list River and Newtown 

Ksst River. Cen. Park and North River.. 

East Side (Elmlra) 

East Side of Rochester 

Eleventh Ward (Syracuse) 

Bast and West Ferries 

Eighth Ward (Syracnse) 

IwryCroastovm 

m^-nlnth Street 

Flfty-seoond Street. Fifty-third Street 

and Eastern Boulevard 

FlRhklU and Matteawan 

Flushing and (Allege Point Electric 

Flushing. Newtown A Long Island City. 

Fonda and Fnltonvllle 

Tbrt Plain... 

Fulton and Cortlandt Street Ferry. . . . 

Fulton Street (Trosstown 

Fulton and Montgomery Electric 



Qeneva Electric 

Geneva Surf aoe 

Olovefsvllle Street Electric 

Oraveeend. Flatlands, Flatbnsh & B'kl'n. 
Harlem. Brook Avenue ahd Woodstock. 

Harlem and Kings Bridge 

Harlem Crosstown. 

Barlemand Riverside ParkT. 

Harlem River and Woodstock 

Hartem. Hott Haven and Morris Avenue. 

Homeil 

Homellsvllle 

EoQSton and Hoboken 

Hunter's Point A v. & Calvary Cemetery, 

Huntington Street 

Jerome Avenue 

Kinssbrldge Cable 

Kl^ston CItv Electric. 



Laurel Hill. New Calvary & Lu. Cem'ry. . 
Lexington Avenue amd Fourteenth St. . . 

Lszlngton Avenue and South Ferry 

Loekport and Olcott Beach 



l^ons... 
iadlKmi 



J Avenue and Twenty-third St.. 

Maaliattan Surf aoe 

Melrose and West Morrlsanla 

Metropolitan Surface. 

HetropoUtan Surf ace 



July 26,1884 
March 19.1886 
March 7.1887 
Jan. . 16, 1886 
Sept 8» 1885 
April 30. 1893 
March 81, 1893 
Oct. 7, 1889 
Feb. 28, 1893 
March 1, 1892 



Sept. 

April 

July 

Dec. 

May 

Ma3r 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

May 

Feb. 

June 

Jan. 

June 

May 

Feb. 

April 

Jan. 

May 

June 

April 

March 

Nov. 

July 

July 

March 

April 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Dec 



Jan. 

Feb. 

May 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

April 

March 

March 

July 

June 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 

March 

March 

March 

Aug. 

March 

July 

Jan. 

Oct. 

April 

Aug. 

Oct! 

Jan. 



36,1891 
21,1890 
17.1866 
28.1891 

4.1891 
20,1885 
13, 1884 
19.1885 
15,1887 
17,1800 
28,1890 
16,1885 
20,1888 

2,1887 
37.1892 
28.1886 
22,1892 
27,1892 

28.1890 
19, 1891 
29,1886 
14,1884 
4.1890 
9,1885 
15,1889 
29.1891 
7.1887 
7,1889 
27,1887 
6.1889 
16,1885 
20,1884 

11.1886 
24.1886 

9.1887 
25,1892 

6.1884 

7,1887 

5,1884 
14,1887 
26,1892 
18.1886 
18.1890 

4.1891 
19. 1891 
36,1890 
21.1890 

2,1893 

9. 1S86 
15.1885 
80,1886 
21.1890 
29. 18S8 
10.1888 
17,1886 
16,1888 

8, 18f?7 
28,1889 
15, 18M6 
17, IffiQ 
30,1885 

4,1884 
80,1886 

7,1891 
24,1889 
17, 1885 

1.1887 
19. 1886 
27,1885 
2S.1886 



Remarks. 



Last report made was for year 1887. 

Never made a rei>ort. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 



Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a repOTt. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. • 

Now operating Johnstown, aiofversvlllaa 

Kingsboro. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was'f or year 1884. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year 1890. 

Never made a report.] 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 

Never made a report. 

Abandoned. 

Last report made was for year 1B8Q. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report, 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1881. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report 

Never made a report 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report 
Never made a report. 
Vever made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never mafle a report 
Never made a report 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1884. 

Never made a report 

See letter filed with R. R. Cova^n Deo. 80l li 
Last report made was for year 1889. 
Last report made was for year 1887. 
Last report made was for year 1890. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 



72 



Rbpobt of thb Railroad Commissioners. 



TABLE H — ( Concluded), 

Roads not Built, ob but Partially Built. 

Surface Street Roads — Horsb, Electbic and Cable. 



Date of charter. 



BemarkB. 



Itlddletown*.. *...*...*,-.. 

UoDtn^e B'ti-««'t« ...»...«.<. ^ .. , ^ . . » . . 

KorrtH Aveiiiic.,^.^^,, 

Nauau Cable. 

Kf^wburgb , 

New BocbE^Jle. *...,.......... 

N^w York City. . . , 

K«w York and ^uth Mt. Vernon 

Hew York City Suburhftn Surf mf . — _ . 
New Yorkf Emuhrard nnd White PLaliu,. 

Nflw York nnd PalLiwie . ....... 

Kaw Yorlc,Wblt4^ PlHltifl & Marmarfmeck. 

Now York EJuburbftQ.. ,....*....... 

New York SurfoLfN^ k,.-. . -. + .< ■< '.*.<h .<*.. 

NlagEird KlVf^r Stre.et^..^..^.. 

North Nfw York. ,... 

KorttiHl*U' of Rocbeater 

Nortb Mt. Vi'rn.oa,._._,,_„*,^^*^. -.,.,. 

Nortb New York Juuoilon. ., ^.. .... 

North Tbirrl Av, and FJeeCwood Park. ... 

Ou,HkiilD)f , . ., 

Oci'an rurk wrnjr Tranalt, , 

One BtindrcKS anrt Klft J' sixth Street .... 
On^ iiundrfHl B.od Slxtei^Dth Street and 

Fun L*e Ferry. ..,.,* 

PfiJbBm and TrHvern lalaiid.. ,..,..,...... 

PeiipLe's ElortT Ic ( RufTftlo) , * , . 

People'n Surf a-ef-- 

Pe^j phi's HurttH'P of Niagara Fall» itod 

Surtft?iift3nn Brlilge. - . , . — ..-..,.. 

Port Cb**ftt«r and Bye Beaob 

Ft, Cbeflter, Whlt^; Plalna A Tarrytowii.. 

Port Jer vLb Eleutrle 

Port Jervl* iud Suborbftia - ,*.* ......... 

Queea Cl ty 

Rapid TraniLii of Trof 

EUcbmoud t'LJtiuij 

BocbesUT Cjiblp- ► 4 e - ^ . 

Rocbf^stfTrity Hiid BrljjbtoDTflmilnal... 

Eoeklaud l^-ike arid Valley Cuttacpe 

Skl&uiau L'a VAw I rU* H u rf life *..... 

Suburban Tractif.tD 

Balltia and Oukwofwl . . ^ , , + .►. + ►.♦,. 

Barati^u — 

BaratowB Hapli:) Traoj^u . . — 

BauQUOIt Vftjlfy Sllej.-f rlc . , . . 

Beneca FalUt Kt^sttvalf? aud <^4yu£a Luke. 

South ATentioHurfac*?...... 

South Beacb 

South Br<:M>fclyn Street , 

Soatbi^rii Boulevard .<...>.... 4 r .. i. .»..*. . 

Bl. N Icbolos A.T*3nuo and Gro^towa. . . , . . 

Bjraeuse ,.,,«... ...... 

Syracuiic Elwtrlc 

SjTacu**^- rnlon. . . . — ,..,. 

Third iSn^et < Nt^wburgb) 

Thirty rir^t fttrr-et 

Thirty "Ighth and Thirty -ninth Rtret-t... 
IFnJoD PokaemEer R''y awci Traanfer ikt — 

Union Street (Brooklyn], . .,-.... ... 

Von Nest , W««it Fiimua and Weetcheater 

Traction — 

Talat |f^ and Kluderhook, 

'W'akrlifld tind VVewtciheiiter Tratitlon ... 

Wall St re«t PVrrv , .... — ... 

WanhlhgtOEi Bridge, Tremont and Weat- 

ohettctr ...,..,..*. 

Weatcheflter Counly .,^,...,^.^, .,.»...... 

Weat Brook lya Klecttlc, , 

W^t FarniAand NVeiitclieflter Tract Ion.. 

West Side of lUM:be«ter„ ...... - 

West Side (Elm lra> ...................... 

W&^l Side ( N'p w Vorkl. ..... 

We^tVVattT Sirctil 

WlllJani»burtfh « WestohestoT Traction. 
Wllllam!*brii]y;e. Woodlawa and West 

chmttiT ....»,.... 

Tenkers Street ..... — . 

Yonken. Utv Vemonp Pclhain and New 

Boehftile ..* *.<.. 



May 
Oct. 
July 
June 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Hay 

April 

Dec 

May 

Dec. 

May 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

July 

Sept. 

April 

Oct. 

Jan. 

April 

July 

Dec 



81,1889 
8,1885 

16.1885 

26,1884 
1.1882 

18,1885 

81,18^ 
5,1892 
7.1889 
4,1892 
80,1886 
4,1892 
1,1886 
1.1886 
14,1890 
22,1885 
18.1887 
20.1892 
1,1891 
27,1880 
80.1892 
20,1888 
81.1886 



Sept. 8, 1885 

Sept. 18, 1889 

Jan. 19.1888 

Nov. 17. 1885 



March 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

July 

May 

July 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Deo. 

April 

March 

Jan. 

Nov. 

AprU 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

June 

Oct. 

June 

Feb. 

July 

June 

Aug. 

May 

June 

March 

April 
Dec. 
April 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

AprU 

Aug. 

July 

April 

Aug. 

April 

Nov. 
Feb. 



17 1891 
24.1887 
18.1888 
27,1889 
9,1889 
6,1887 
25.1890 
2.1885 
9.1887 
9.1887 
22.1882 
26.1890 
28.1892 
22. 1S86 
28. 1886 
11,1890 
28, 189U 
29.1886 
8.1890 
9.1888 
29,1886 
27,1885 
26,1885 
6,1887 
19.1890 
9.1888 
17,1887 
6. 1885 
16.1884 
25.1885 
17.1890 



1, 1888 

28, 1892 
23.1888 

6,1890 
28,1884 
90,1890 
28.1892 

6,1887 

29, 1891 
22,1892 
26.1890 
28,1892 

21, 1891 
2,1886 



April 22. 1891 



Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 188B. 

Last report made was for year 18B4. 

Last report made was for year 188S._ 

Capital stock surrendered to New 

and Pelbam In 1888. 
Last report made was for year 18B4. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 18BI. 

Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for 1S88. 
Never made a report. 



Last report made was for year 18N. 
Commenced operating July, 1868. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 
Last report made was for year ISSfT. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 

Last report made was for year 1887. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report filed was for year 1887. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1888. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Last report made was for year 1689. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 



Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 

Unverified statement filed with Board In UBk 

Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 

Never made a report. 
Never made a report. 



Statement of Accidents on Surface Street Roads. 7S 



TABLE L 
SkUement of Accidents on Surface Street Roads for year eliding 

June 30, 1893. 



name of road. 



Albao J 

laburn City 

Atlantic Avenue . 

Btnghamton 

Bro«diray 



Broad iray Ferry and Met Ave . 

Brooklyn City 

BrookJyn City and Newtown . . . 

Bmoklyn HeighU 

Bnffalo 



Ontral OroMtown , 

Oeotral Park, North and East River. 

Gooey Island and Brooklyn , 

CfUzens* Street , 

CPoestown 



Dry Dock. East Broadway and Battery. . 

Dunkirk and Kreedom 

lightli 4venue 

Elmirm and Horseheadft 

Forty-second St. and Grand Street Ferry 

Forty-second St., Manhat'vle & St. N. A v. 

HomellsWIle Electric 

Houston, West St and Pavonia Ferry. . . 

Ithaca 

Jamestown 



Jamaica and Brooklyn .. 

Enifitonaty 

Metropolitan Croastown . 
New York and Harlem . . 
P. a and P. P. EJectric. 



Peoples' of Syracuse. . . . 

Second Avenue 

Schenectady 

Stdnway 

Orracuse Consolidated, . 



Third Avenue 

Troy City 

Twenty-third Street. 

Union , 

Utica Belt Lhie 



Vso BniDt Street and Erie Basin . 

Watertown 

Yookers 



Totals.. 



Passenobbs. 



14 



18 



191 



Employes. 



27 



Others. 



64 



179 



Total. 



12 



28 



5 
2 
2 

1 
41 
20 

4 
18 

14 

25 

4 

IS 

1 
8 
8 
1 
14 



88 
1 
2 

S 

1 

15 
2 
1 

8 

7 

10 
41 
28 

r 

12 
4 

18 
2 

1 
1 



897 



10 



t-, 



R p: P O R T s 



OF 



Surface Steam Railroad Companies. 



ADDISON AND PENNSYLVANIA 

Report for five months ending November 80, 1802. 
(Date of charter, July 28, 1887.) 



Far blitory of organizatioD, etc., see Report of 1893. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stook. 





No. of fOiaree. 


Total 
par value. 


CJash realized 
on amount 
outstanding. 


Aflthoriied bj law or charter 


7,000 
6,906 


$700,000 
600,600 




bned for actnal cash, and now outstanding. . . . 


$690,600 



Fdndkd Debt. 



DMwirATioir of 

LIKH. 



Itafe mortg^e bonds, 
beome bonds 



Total.. 



Date. 



Aug., 1887 
Aug., 1887 



When payable. 



Feb. and Aug. 
When eiu*ned. 



Amount 
author- 
ized. 



$600 000 00 
100,000 00 



$700,000 00 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$897,000 00 
90,989 37 



$487,939 37 



Cash 
realized 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$897,000 00 



$897,000 00 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 




fri ing and masonry 

2 J» 

nn rstructnre (including ties) 



FH 



snger and freight stations 

Be and car bouses 

I, machinery and tools 

Iiftse of constructed road and equipment. 

rand total coat of road and equipment. . . 



Additions or 
betterments 
during Ave 
months ending 
Nov. 30, 1893. 



$7,858 82 

4,467 97 

10,066 80 

55,745 33 



6/ PO 



$77,706 72 



Total cost, of 
toad and 

equipment up 

to Nov. 30. 

1S92. 



$18,344 84 

2;J,717 29 

22,587 27 

78,986 47 

1,755 00 

873 27 

689 78 

731 02 

,292,887 40 



$1,439,072 48 



78 



Report of the Railkoaj) Commissioneks. 



Income Aocoant for Five Months Ending^ November 80, 189J(. 

Gross earniDgs from operation $4l«161 M 

Less operatiug expenses (excluding all taxes) , S7,18S 44 



Net earnings from operation . 



Income from other »ource» cu foUotos^ viz.: 

Interest on bonds held as collaterals $1 ,000 00 

Beoeiyed S. T., L. E. & W. K. R. account contract by which they 
are to pay A. ft P. Ely. Oa per cent on net earnings on business 
received from and delivered to the said A. & P. Ry. Co 4,848 04 



$14,087 ai 



5,84S94 



Gross income from all sources . 



Deductiofu from income asfollowMf viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 

Taxes on property used in operation of road. 

Taxes on earoiags and capital stock , 

Interest on current liabilities paid 



$8,870 86 

180 05 

161 81 

3,441 17 



Sl9,8n 7ft 



1S.064 48 



Surplus for five months ending November 80, 1802 , 

General Income Account. 



17,817 m 



Surplus for five months ending November 80, 180S . 
Drtfcif ' ^^ 



ffdt up to June 80. 1892 . 
Total deficit November 80, 1802 . 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 



r,817 » 
84,198 90 

Sr6,978 



Freight through and local 

Passengers, through and local . . . 

Mail / 

Express 

Miscellineoua, atfollowi, viz.: 
Operating N. Y. A N. P. R. R,. . . . 



Total gross earnings . 



Passenger. 



$11,517 64 

l,ia3 20 

425 00 



S18,12S 84 



Freight. 



$27,085 48 



1,000 00 



$88,035 48 



TotaL 



$27,095 48 

11,517 64 

1,188 90 

485 00 

1,000 00 



$41,16186 



Operating Expenses. 



Maintenance of umy and structures : 

Repairs of track 

Steel rails laid 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of eguijjment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 



$2,488 90 
15 21 

97 45 
89 11 
32 50 

164 65 



$2,837 82 



$7,466 78 
45 65 

292 37 
117 82 
97 51 

493 96 



$8,518 53 



$9,955 6» 
60 86 

389 88 

156 43 
180 01 

656 61 



$11,851 » 



Total 

Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and flremen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Station supplies 

Hoist 

Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 

Total 



$537 06 
127 92 


$1,611 19 
383 81 


$2,148 S5 
51178 


1664 98 


$1,995 00 


$8,650 98 



$1,120 66 

657 80 

265 43 

19 10 

22 77 

476 71 

18 60 



48 80 
$2,629 37 



$1,929 05 


$8,049 71 


1,973 42 


8,631 88 


796 29 


1,061 78 


81 75 


50 85 


68 83 


91 10 


1,480 15 


1,906 88 


55 81 


74 41 


904X3 


904 88 


144 91 


198 81 



$7,334 04 



$0,968 41 



Addison and Pennsylvania. 79 

AnalysU of QroM Eamlngrs and Operating: Expenses — (Continued). 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 




9456 04 
61 01 


Slt868 18 
183 06 
82 78 
806 61 
460 89 


$1,884 17 


Stetlooery and printing..." 


844 07 


LoM and (lamaffe of f reiflrht and biursaire 


88 78 




101 84 
150 09 


407 86 


Other general expenses 


600 88 






Tbtal 


1768 96 


$2,889 7< 


$8,158 70 


Grand total operating expenses 


$6,001 16 


980,888 89 


$87,188 44 







General Balanee Sheet, Norember 30, 1899. 

ASSRS. 

Coit of road and equipment $14,089,078 48 

Cwrrtnt ametB^ as/oUoum^ vis.; 

I>ael7agente 

Open accounts 



$1,117 10 
8,884 41 



Proflt and loss (deficiency) 4 



8,841 51 
16,576 68 



CMti^ itock . 
roadeddebt.. 



Liabilities. 



$1,466,790 56 



$690,600 00 
487,989 87 



Cwrent liabUities, aa follows, viM. : 

Intereat on fnnded debt due and accrued $07,641 80 

Open accounta. 8,T86 00 

Loana and bills payable < 809,938 49 

'^-^ ....Tf. 44 90 



880,861 19 



Kmnber of passengers carried 

Nnmber of passengers carried one mile , 

Nnmber of tons of freight carried 

Kofflber of tons of freight carried one mile. 

Paanoger train mileage 

freight train -niieage 

All 'Other train mileage 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. 



Total train mileage. 



$1,458,790 56 



Total. 

88,670 

488,550 

88,567 

1,048,144 

18,980 

48,550 

1,800 



Item. 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Proflt. 



^snnger earnings and expenses (including 
mafl. express and miscellaneous earnings) .... 

Average per passenger carried 

Iverage per passenger per miJe 

Average per passenger train per mile 

JTkeig^t earnings akid expenses (including mis- 
oelkoeous earnings) 

Average per ton of f'^eight carried 

Avetaf^ per ton of freight per mUe 

Averago per freight train per mile 



$18,185 81 
40 
0269 
69i 

88,085 48 
86 
0.688 



$6,901 15 
81 

01418 
364 

80,888 89 
62 

01911 
50 



Item. 
Oompnted on earnings from carrying passengers and fr«^ight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas^iengers, all clanses 

Avenge r^te received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. 



$6,884 60 
19 
0188 



7,808 18 
84 

00941 
19 



Through and 
local. Oents. 

8.858 
8.888 



80 ^ Kepobt of the Kailroad Commissioners. 

Dkscription of FasioHT Moved. 



ITKM. 


Tonnage. 


Percent. 


Flour 


490 
998 
890 
90,997 
609 
195 

927 
S,3S6 

809 
2,2S4 
1,033 


1.60 


Qrain 


s.oe 


Meats and provisions 


2.n 


Lumber .' 


64.47 


Pijp and bar iron and steel 


i.sr 


Petroleum and other oils 


.60 


Shipmente of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories withm this State 


2.86 


All other manufactures 


10.24 


All other merchandise 


2.49 


All other agricultural products 


7.0S 


All othpr articles not Included above 


8.1T 






Total 


32,567 


100 







Employes. 

Average number of persons employed (including cfflcials) during five months. . . 141 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wagen paid them $28,001 OS 

Offlcers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Addresi. 

T. C. Platt President 49 Broadway, New York city. 

Wm. Brookfibld Vire-Prt's;dent 82 Fulton St . New York dty. 

J. E. Jones Hecretary Youker»*, N. Y. 

F. R. WiNNE Tft-asurer 49 Broadway, New York dty. 

Frank H Platt Attorney 35 Wall St.. New York city. 

Frank M Baker Gonl. feupt., F'ght and Pas. Agt. Addison, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

T. C. Platt New York city. 

Wm. Brookfikld New York city. 

J E Jones Yonkers, N. Y. 

Geo. R Sheldon New York city. 

R. W Clinton Newark Valley, N. Y. 

Frank H Pi..vtt New York city. 

Theodore F. Wood Orange, N. J. 

C. L. Pattison Elliland, Pa 

E. G 1)avid(je WeHtfield. Pa. 

W. 8 Gi'iiNKK New York city. 

Frank M Baker Owego, N. Y. 

M. F. Hammond Osceola, Pa. 

Title of company, Addison and Pennsylvania Railroad Concpany. 

General omces at Addi.sou, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 30. 

For information concerning this report, address Frank M. Baker, General Superintendent. 



ADDISON AND PENNSYLVANIA. 

Report from December I, ISQ;?. to June 30. 1803, 

(Date of charter, July 23, 1^87. ) 

Reorganization August iO, 1892; chirter granted by State of New York and Pennsylvania, 

The New York and Pennsylvania companies cons )lidation ratified by stockholders August 88. 
Scheme of reortranlzat Ion as follows: 

Original first nurtgHge bondholders to receive 75 per Jcent of new second mortgage bonds 
and :W per cent ii preferred stock. 
All holders of original stock to receive equal amount of holdings in new stock. 



Addi8'»n and Pkmnbylvania. '. 



81 



Capital stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



. 


9 COMMON. 


PREFKRRKD. 


Cash 
realized 




No. of 


Total 
par value. 


No. Of 
ahares. 


Total 
par value. 


on aniount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Authorized by la«r or charter 

Iwied for reorganization and now 
outotaodinir 


6,000 


$600,000 
663,000 


3,600 


$850,000 00 
ig8,856 87 




$762,256 87 











Oraod total of common and preferred stock now outstanding . 
Number of stockholders 



Funded Debt. 



$762,256 87 
160 





Date 


i 

1 




Aroaunt 
authorized. 


Amotiut 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 
realized 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


DlSIO.VATION OF 

LiaN. 


1 


When 
payable. 


Flrttmort bds 

Sttjond mort bds... 


Dec 1, I8B2 
Dec. 1, 1882 


40 

40 


4 


Dec and June 
Dec. and June 


$350,000 
850,000 


$34,000 
301,000 


$»l,000 
301,000 


ToUl 


$750,000 


$335,000 


$335,000 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



(3rading and masonry 

Bridges 

Superstructure (including ties) 

LSDd ^ 

ED|(ln«>ering expenses 

Interest and discount charged to contstruction . 
Purchase of constructed road and equipment. . 



Grand total cost of road and equipment . 



Additions or 
betterments 
during 7 mos. 
ending June 
80, 1893. 



$1,6-20 47 

6.080 73 

4,259 76 

460 00 

393 46 

500 00 



$12,104 42 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
30, 1893. 



$1,621 47 

5,080 73 

4,2.-9 76 

450 00 

8<J3 46 

.SOO 00 

1.357,641 76 

$1,369,746 17 



Income Account for Seven Months Endin^^ June 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from other sources, as follows, viz. : 

Receired from Vew York, Lake E-le and Western railroad per cent 

m business received from and delivered to that company 

1 r cent frc»m Automatic Machine O^mpany 



sceilaoeous. 



$3,241 89 
9 24 
50 00 



Gross income from all sources 

Oeductiona from income, a* follows, viz.: 

west on funded debt due and accrued 

ces on property used in operation of road . 

ces on earnings and capital stock 

erest on current liabilities 



$8,015 00 

407 17 

13 12 

4,098 28 



$53,a31 97 
34,654 76 

$18,377 21 



3,301 13 



$21,678 84 



12,628 57 



Surplus for seven months ending June 80, 1893. 



$9,064 77 



82 



Rbbobt op thb Railroad Commissioners. 



Analy«lii of 


Gross Earnings, and Operating Expeuses. 

Earnings. 






Passengar. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freijrht 




$36,412 23 


$36 412 21 


Pasfleneers 


$12,940 54 

1,656 48 

6,2 72 


12.940 M 


KSr^:::::;::: :;:::::::::::.::::.:::::::: 


1,666 48 


EiXprMw 


1,400 00 


ffiS 72 


Miscellaneotu, cufollowM, viz.: 
Operating N. Y. & N. P. R R 


1,400 00 










Totid eroflfl e&minFti 


$15,219 74 


$87,812 23 


$53,06197 







Opkratino Expknsks. 



Maintenance of u>ay and ttructures: 

Repairs of track , 

Repairs of bridges (iDoluding culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, doclcs, etc 

Repairs of fences 



Total.. 



$2,797 41 
118 74 

78 45 
a36 05 



$3,325 65 



$6,);9;! 23 
356 25 

220 36 
1 ,0OS 16 



$9,977 00 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 



Total.. 



$602 26 
226 64 

$828 90 



$1,806 80 
679 90 



$2,486 70 



Conducting transportation: 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and flr*-men 

Fuel for locomotives 

Water Bupply 

Other tram supplies or exi)en8e8 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Station supplies 

Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total.. 



$1,323 80 
927 23 
511 93 

15 71 
198 70 
756 27 

36 40 
318 00 



$4,088 04 



$2,666 73 

2.781 70 

1,535 80 

47 16 

3(5 18 

2,268 83 

109 21 

954 00 



$10,667 61 



General expenses: 

Salaries of general officers acd clerks 

Stationery and print<ng 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage . 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Other general expenses 



Total 

Grand total operating expenses. 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road and equipment 

Current assets, as follows, viz.: 

Cash on hand $1 ,B22 42 

Due by agents 3,a^5 43 

Cpen accouiits 8, 194 67 



$11,189 64 
474 99 

296 81 
1,344 21 



$18,802 65 



$2,409 06 
• 90654 



$3,815 60 



$3.989 58 

3,7U8 98 

2,047 78 

$2 87 

503 88 

3,025 10 

145 61 

1,272 00 



$14,755 65 



$545 22 

71 34 

7 6i 

121 89 

* 74 13 


$1,&35 68 

214 03 

22 87 

365 69 

d22 39 


$2,180 90 
285 37 
80 49 
4ff 68 
296 52 


$820 20 
$9,0ftw» 79 


$2,460 66 


$3.280 86 


$26,591 97 


$34.654 76 



Capital stock. 
Funded debt. . 



Liabilities. 



Current liabilities, as follows, viz.: 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued. 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 

Open accounts 

Loans and bills payable ... 

Profit and loss (surplus) 



$1,145 00 

7,109 00 

354 35 

262,896 70 



$1,369,746 17 



8 072 52 
$1,377,818 69 



$762,256 87 
335,000 00 



271,507^05 
9,054177 

$1,877,81^69 



Addison and Pennsylvania.' 

Trafllo and .Mllemffe Statistics. 

Itbm. 

Number of pn Mongers carried 

Kumber of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carred one mile 

FIWMnger train mileage 

Freight train mUeage 

AH other train mileage 

Total train mileage 



83 



80,468 

601,046 

48.047 

1,884,467 



26,672 
81,666 
18,044 



77,182 



ITEM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit 


maO. express and miscellaneous earnings. .... 
Averaee imt naflsenflpnr carricKl 


SI6,210 74 
88 

02186 
44 

36,412 28 

87 

08 

1 68 


$0,062 70 
28 

01581 
26 

26,601 07 

02 
1 06 


$6,166 06 
10 


Aferage per passenger per mile 


00666 


Average per passenger train per mile 

Tnieht earnings and expenses (mduding mis- 

Averag * per ton of freight carried 


18 

10,880 26 
28 


Average per t'^n of freight per mile 


01 


Average per freight tnSn per mile 


46 







Item. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrrlpg passengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for cahying freight, all classes. . 



Through and 
local. Gents. 
02.186 
06. 



I>escriptlou of Bead and Equipment. 





MILKS OVTNED. 


Track. 


Length in 
N. Y. State. 


Entire 
length. 


Kaln line from Addison. N. Y., to Qaines, Pa., single track. . . . 
SdlngB and turnouts on main line 


^?:S§, 


41 
8 01 






Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 


11.621 


44 01 






Lsid with uteel rail, main line • 


10.50 


81 
10 


Laid with iron rail, mainline 









Average life of rails-steel, 14 years. Iron. 6 years: average life of ties, 6 years; weight of 
rails per yard-st«*el, maximum, 68 lbs.; minimum, 40 lbs ; iron, 80 lbs. ; gauge of track. 8 feet* 
baUasted with gravel. 



Dbtaiub of Brakchks or Other Roads. 



Name or Branch or 
Road 


Prom 


To 


5 ^\; 


O 
Operated.. 


ill 


ill 


New York and No. 
Pennsylvania R. B . . 


Qaines 


Galeton, Pa 


6 


1.6 


8.5 







J 



"* KkPOET op the RulROAD CoMMlselONKKS, 

BcAorlptlon of fio^d nod Kqtdpment - (Cbetinued). 





IK WKW TO«X STAT«, 


■KTIBK LntS. 


BRtDOEB 


Kumb«r. 


^s;r£'* 


Number. 


^^ 


Wooden bridges .,.,... „.. 


1 

e 




1 

« 




Wooden trestJtjti .»,.»...*,** 


4,068 




TiOtAl .,,.„„.,„ ,,„. 


7 


1.005 


fil 


4,4ffi 





EqniFMKKT. 



LocomotirpA, 4 dtrlTerv. ,,»*»,* ^ * 
Total 

First trluea pftsftentrer caps 

Second clfijjs postifUj^r cam. * . . . 
BAi^pi)^, iimU Slid tfxpredft cars 

To^ ,., *,,....,.. 

Boi f f eJjjht cars ...*.*..,...„.. 
8t<X^k f reiiflit cdJTi. ..» h + ,,,♦►,, „ 

Flat riv^^ht t-ttJ-H , . , . , , , , 

Cftbciowi, 4-H-hp«l cars. . , < , 

Total., ..,., ..„„... 






f 7,500 00 



f7y600 0a 






10,000 



41,000 



I 



10 



pa- . 



3(i 



*8 



4 

3 












f 


8 








« 




« 


14 










1 .,. 

a? 

s 1 ........ 


:::;:::: 








w 















MlUer eoTipler on pawep^pr cat^j link and p!o on hoi atid flat cam. 
Earn"* vacuum braltP ht paH^ent^t^r cars; han?l brake oa Ti'^^fpht cant. 
L^Tiitii'in levw swit^:b Iq u^ oa road. 



Bf l^nellaneonM Statistics, 



Leti^h iif h(+'H rnMfl laid durlnf? j^ar H n^pAirt, miles 

Hfjrhway cmt«j iikts at ^rade wltbout pnitt-ctlon 

H i^h way cr^'i*in^ over of under jyrrinJ*?. . . * * * . . 



In N.Y. State. 


! Entire li» 


ft 

: ?l 


]5 


40 
3 





Ph<wD|jt*r tars btp heated by coal st^we^, il;riit«d by kerosene lamps, aitd ypatHst^d hj Bide 
Tentilnrors 

W(*j!m, - zirE-o .fc Til 's Eacpreaw operat^H over the >Y»ftd at fOO per month far 15 SOO Ibi : ot^eir tbat 
amount 'J**? r>**i' '<^>. 

The UnUwd States ^nrei-nnietit pftyn for trausport&t!c)a of oialti, fs, 839.08 per aoDUm* 



Addison and Pbnn8ylva»ia. 

Dbsoription of Freight Moved. 



85 



ITEM. 


Tonnage. 


Per cent. 


Ilour 


686 
1,774 

642 

25,412 

78 

1,268 

661 

854 
6,279 

687 
6,901 

570 


1.45 


en^n 


4 18 


Wsfttii and proTiHionii 


1 86 


LombcH* . . r 


69 06 


Pig and and bar iron and stoel t 


.18 


Iron or otbor one 


2 98 


Ooa' and ook© 


1 64 




.69 


All o<ttiiffr 'nR'^ufact-unw. r ............ , 


12.26 




1.60 


AM othor afp*icultural product6 


18.70 


Ail ulbar artlclea nul included above 


1.88 






Total 


4a,047 


lOOi^ 





Employes. 

Average number of peraone employed Occluding officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of ■alarles and wages paid tnem 



la 
$86,118 80 



OflBcers of the Company. 



Name. Title, Official Address. 

T. C. Platt Prenident 49 Broadway, N. Y. city. 

WiixiAM Bbookfield Vice President ti2 Fulti n St., N. T. city. 

F. R WunnE Treasurer *: 49 Broadway, N. Y. city. 

J. E.JONKS Secretary Yonkers. N. Y. .-^ 

Frawk H. Platt General counsel 85 Wall St., N. Y. city. 

Frasve M. Bakeb Qeneral superintendent Addison, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name, Residence. 

T. C. Platt 49 Broadway. New York city. 

William Brookfield 82 Fulton street. New York city. 

J. E Jones 1 onicers, N. Y. 

Frank H. Platt 85 Wall street, New York city. 

W.G Oakman 8-2 Broadway, New York city. 

Ob »rob R 9HBLOON 4 Wall street, New York city. 

C. L. I'AmsoM Elk'and, Pa. 

B. H Parkhubst Elkland. Pa. 

A. r-.ciuRNtE Edan. Me. -: :.,: ZZ 

Tbbodore F Wood Orange, N. J. ^ 

C. 8. Bricb Lima, Ohio. 

Frank H Baker Owego, N. Y. • -^ 

R. W. Clinton Newark Valley, N..Y. 

Title of company, Addison and Pennsylvania Railway. 

Qeneral offices at Addison, N. Y. 

For information concerning this report, address Frank M . Baker. 



ADIBONDACK 

(Date of charter, July 7, 1882.) 



For histoty of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded I>ebt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 




No. ofsharea. 


Total 
par value. 


AnthoriBed by law or charter 


40,000 
96,000 


84,000,000 

$8,600,000 


lansd for nronertT and total now outBtandtnflr 







86 Report of the Railroad Commissionkes. 

Fgkdkd Dsbt. 





n»te. 


i 


INTCBXST. 


Amount 

author- 

Used, 


Atoouot 
outatazul- 


Cash real- 
fz«il on 
amount 

outatand- 


I>«lOWATIO!f or 
LlKN. 


S9 

1 


Wben 
p&f&ble. 


Ftrnt mtff, bonds. . 

Tru3t4*a' cert in 

cati^Ef for toi'oOniiJ 


UATcfa, t^a^ 


fiO 


Si 


Mcb, & B«pL 




11,001,000 00 


1987,500 












Total * * 


|8,aoo,€oa 


$l,(H2.in3 7« 


SS97«5O0 















Cojit uf Ruftd ami £c|iilptii«£it» 



*r 



ROA&. 



0[*adlti^, EUASoDrj and ballast. , 

BridriCiUH »,*.-.. ^ 

Superstmeture (iQcludLog Uea) . 
BAilfl 

LaOll ,..^K..H,«i. r 

Land rliiiii4,|^^ 

FeDc«a * . - * * . - H * . . , . . 

PA^ruj^r and fre'Lv^bt jstntlona , 
Eu^liitj and carh ium'h,^;, ...... 

8hr)n!». time b trier y and tools ..,* 
t ubI and wftier stations .,*»,, 



TotiU co*t of road* 



Addklons or 
bettprmeiiU 
during year 
endlti^ Juiie 

SO, taes. 



tl03 09 

421 56 
975 8t 



fa, 0^7 3S 



Total oott 
of ro*d And 
equip mpDt 
U|i to Jiiae 
80, IBOS. 



143,288 vr 

fl70,l3fl 30 

17,515 a? 

;JM) 00 
^1 .005 H 

1^,619 !5 

7J4^» 

T8t,7B(r7S 



|S,8iia,4M BB 



li 



LocomottTva ,.» ^ ..» ^ .,»..»... ^ . ...» ^ . ^ ..., « 

Paa-senffer carSn ........ — 4 ■ 

Mail, bAj^K^kt^^ and PxprrBs GArn. .»».,»., .^ , 
Fi-f ighl and ath+*r curs 



TotAi C0B>t of equipment ............. 

CkttiQd toUJooatof road mnd equipment. 



SO,e^i o:> 

*^50 00 I 

::::::::::: i 



Sn,B&5 00 

4,0^5 00 
If 740 OD 



$9,4S1 00 



ill, ass B3 



S«?,W7 Si 



t^iSas.aeo or 



Detail.^ or AoDtTioMa oA BcrrsnHKHTe DuRirao the Year^ 

Qradinja: for slde-trackit . ... ^ ..»»»..»< ^ »» ... * ** »«.**<..<,...«.... 

Keplai^lag wtx>deD bridj^^s with iron , , , ,.,.,...,,... , 

Sup^r^trLuUure for sldf^-tr Acka . ,..*,.. ,^..* »..» h^ .....<.»«,«.. » < 

RalU f '.>r Kidnv tracIcA ^ ^ ^ 

Oav naw Mi>?i]l paji*piiKi^f Irwomrttlve .,,,...„...„,.„ , » . . . 

B7 depreeUitiiJD la ralui^ of iuco motives during year of i^^ 

Depreclattoti in value of^paasenger cars during y^ar of ISO'J 

";, TtotftI * *. 



f lOti-^ 00 
774 00 



l,3(»l 70 
4^4 56 
^5 % 



»,«Sl 00 
*:iS(i 00 



Illness 3S 



* Credit. 



Adirondack. 



87 



Income Aooount for Tear Kndlogr June 30, 1803. 

Gross eaniings from operation , 

Usi operating expenses (ezduding all taxes) 



Vei earnings from operation 

income from other sourceSt aa foUowt, viz, : 
Interest account 

OrooB income from all sources 

Deductums from income, aa folloiet, viz. : 
Interest on funded debt $42,566 25 



Taxes on property wied In operation of road. 
Tues on earnings and capital Mtock . 
Taxes other than above 



4,t57 70 
744 70 
950 26 



Surplus for jear ending June 90, 1893 

General Income Account. 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1883 . 
Deficit up to June 80, 1802. 



Profit and los.^ credited with trustee, certificates second mortgage 
bonds canceled under agreement with holder 



$1,256,908 26 
737,212 06 



Add loss on sale of bonis 

Add sundry Items refunds, etc.. charged directly to profit and loi-s 
in July 



$519 696 21 
12,500 00 

6,010 20 



Total deficit June 30, 18US . 



AnalyslH of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earkhcgs. 



neigfat, ail local $117,160 36 



Passeuf^rs, through $73;J 18 

Paasengen, local • 4K,080 77 



Passenger. 



Extra baggage 

Express 

Newspaper and baggage express , 
Rents 



$305 45, 



40,712 90 

4,255 40 

290 55 

8,228 S2 

360 00 

168 00 



Total gross earnings . 



$68,010 77 



Freight. 



$117,160 36 



137 45 



$117,297 81 



$175,808 68 
128,557 28 

$61,761 88 

8,815 48 
$66,666 80 



48,606 01 

t'hosr 89 

$7,067 86 



588,206 41 
$531,148 6S 



Total. 



$117,160 86 



49.712 90 

4,256 40 

290 66 

3,228 92 

330 00 

305 46 



$175,308 68 



Opbr&tino Expenses. 



Maintenance of way and structures : 

Bepaira of irack I 

Bteel rails laid. 8 tons, cost $207.56 | 

Iron ralU laid, 59 tons; cost, $1,585 52 i 

Repairs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and, 

cattle guards) i 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc | 

Repairs of ^enoes 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures I 



$18,106 73 



660 28 

800 64 
2,304 2r 
1,768 42 

4,017 42 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

epairs <-f locomotives 

epair^ of cars 

epairs 'if m<ichinery and tools 

ther expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



8»,717 76 



Total. 



$1,669 28 

2,944 48 

61 16 

813 28 

$5,478 10 



$9,447 68 



505 84 

698 42 

1,218 68 
1,516 50 

8,400 14 



$16,782 26 



$1,672 63 

1,905 84 

49 27 

808 19 

"$4,435 93 



$22,554 41 



1,166 IS 

1,554 06 
3,-^22 95 
8,284 98 

7,417 56 



$39,500 08 



$3,.3.31 86 

4,850 27 

110 43 

1,621 47 

$9,914 08 



'^ 



8S 



Report of the Railroad Commissioneks. 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating; Expenses — (Con tinued). 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Conducting transportation : 
W&BTds of conductors and men 


$3,936 40 

3,986 96 

9,5U9 43 

628 0' 

183 78 

601 84 

3,078 75 

1,174 95 

408 80 

1,4){8 84 

1,893 18 


$4,654 88 

8,576 84 

7,988 18 

533 67 

186 87 

533 36 

1,696 85 

l,4b6 55 

281 80 

1,816 90 

1,039 84 


$8,600 68 


Wa^f*r8 of engineers and flreiuf^n 


7,56 » 
17,'442 01 


Fuel for locomotives 


on and wa»te 


1,050 74 


Water supply 


8909 


Other train supplies or expenses 

WftiTfW of stAtioii Afirents aud clerks 


1,194 10 
8.:70 00 


Wasrej* for labor at stations 


3,660 50 


Station supplies 


689 40 


Wages of watchmen, fiaRmen and switchmen . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 


3.744 84 

8,92147 


Total 


$35,732 79 


$38,168 84 


$48,87618 







Cbeneral expenses 

Salari^ of e^neral officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing. 

OutKide agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to pers. ns 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 

an<*e) 

Insurance 

Other general expenses 



Total . 



Grand total operating expenses. 



$i,183 07 
8.'i6 53 

1,344 64 
396 88 

8 364 94 



491 85 

675 00 

1,685 46 

8,4.^3 13 
176 70 
37 00 



$18,303 03 



$6 ,320 ( 



$3,188 88 

670 34 

1,818 99 

806 41 

595 80 

188 00 

1,863 80 

8,311 07 
188 80 
38 00 



$13,965 06 



$57,886 59 



$5,864 88 
1,526 76 
8,4r8 68 

296 22 
4,496 07 

306 41 
1,087 15 

808 00 
3,997 78 

6,664 19 
810 00 
50 00 



$35,267 06 



$138,567 S6 



General Balance Sheet June 30, 1803. 

Cost of road ! $3, 808, 4« 86 

Cost of equipment 83,867 © 

Current assets^ as foUoxoSy viz, : 

Cash on hand $11 , 808 14 

Due by agents 13,470 83 

Open accounts 144 863 49 

Materials and supplies 33,689 S3 

201 ,279 » 

Profit and loss (deficiency) 531,148 58 

$8,618,781 48 

Liabujtiss. 

Capital stock $3,6^0,000 00 

Funded debt 1,000,000 00 

Current liabilities j as follows^ viz, : 

Audited vouchers and pay rolls 6,567 78 

Trustees certificates for second mortgage bonds 13,318 76 



$8,618,781 48 



Traffic and Mlleagre Statistics. 



Item. 


Throufth 


Local. 


Total. 


Number of passengers carried 


483 
88,778 


68,441 

1,780,078 

148,771 

8,489,488 


68,»3 


Number of passengem cAjrri«-d one mile 


1,743 860 


Number of toi«8 offreignt carried 


148,771 


Nur* ber of tons of freight carried one mile. .... 




8,4»,48B 







Passenger train mileage. 
Freight train mileage. . . 
All other train mileage. . 

Total train mileage. . 



88,167 

58,<«7 

686 



186,491 



Adibokdaoe. 

Trafllo and Mileage Statlstiea — (ConUnoed). 



Itkm. 



Earnings. 



FuMBger eamlns:! and t-xpenses tlnoladiog 

mail, expreas and mtoceUaneoaa earnings). . 
Average per paaMnger carried 



Average per panenger per mOe 

nger train per mtle, 



^'^^r'^' 



and 



(Indudiog mis- 



Average per ton of frdght carried. . . 
Average per ton of freight per mile. 
Average per freight train per mile. . 



$S8,010 77 
84 

088S3 
70 

117,987 81 
81 

0841 
S28 



$66,880 87 
06 

08790 
80 

67,886 50 
80 

01667 
1 00 



98,800 00 
18 
0471 
10 
Profit. 
60,061 88 
48 

01748 
1 14 



Item. 

Computed on eaminn from carrying passengers 

and freight onlj. 



Through. 



Local. 



Through 
aud local. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, all classes. 



Average rate reoelTed per mile per ton for canylng 
fr^t,al1 



Cents. 
8.814 



Cents. 

8.848 

8.406 



Cents. 
8.858 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

MUes owned, aU 
Track. in N. Y. State. 

Kaia line authorised from Saratoga Springs to Ogdensburg (about) 180 

Main line laid, single track 66.05 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 7.17 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 64.18 

Laid with steel rail, main line 66.60 

Laid with iron rall,maln line 7.08 



Average life of rails— steel, 18 years; iron, 10 years; average life of ties, 7 years; weight of 
rails per yard — steel, maadmnm. 67 lbs. ; mbiimum, 68 lbs. ; iron, maTJmnm, 60 lbs. ; mfaimnm^ 
56 Iba ; gauge of track, 4 feet ^ inches; ballasted with gravel and land. 





Bbidobs. 


KKTXMB una DC TXEW YORK 
STATS. 




Number. 


^'Iffi*' 


on bridges 


14 


Feet. 

1,081 

188 


'<M>4f«i fwidges* 










Total 


14 


1,868 





• One himdred and eighty-two feet wood span, remainder of bridge is iron. 

12" 



90 



EePOBT of the RaILBOAD CoMinSSIONSBS. 



Deserlptlon of Road aad Equipment— (Oontiniied). 



Equipmrnt. 



oil 



Locomotives, 6 diiyera 

LooomotiTes, 4 driyers 

Total 

First-cUss paaaenger cars 

8ecood-clAS8 jpaBsenger can 

Baggage, mau and express can 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

Total 



8 ! $5,979 88 
*l 



140,960 
114,900 



8 
5 
4 


$6,540 00) 
8,040 oof 
1,848 00 


87,600 
88,000 


\ 16 

1 15 

15 


s 

6 

4 


t 
5 
4 


11 






7- ■ 


U 


11 







10 I 
48 



$800 00 
180 00 



58 I 



84,000 
15,000 



Westinghouse automatic air-brake and Gould coupler on passenger cars. 
Three-fourths of switches on line of road are automatic safety, Balance stub switches. 

Misoellaneons Statistios. 

Entire line fa 

ITKM. N. Y. state. 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company, real estate, $149,71S 

Length of steel rails laid during the year In repairs, miles .W 

Len^h of iron rails laid durlne the year In repairs, miles '08 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 44 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 7 

Highway crossings over or imder grade 4 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 8 

Panenger cars are heated by Consolidated Car Heating Oo.'s system; lighted with mlDOTri 
seal oil, 800 degrees test, and ventilated by Creamer & Globe ventilators in transoms and 
elevated roofs. 

Adirondack, New England and New York Express Company operates over road; pays one and 
one-half flrstclaas tariff rates for all freight. 

Paid Wagner Palace Car Company $8.58 during the year. 

Hails are transported for the compensation fixed by the government. 

Dbscriftion of Frkioht Moved. 



Itxm. 



Flour . 
Grain 



Meats and provisions 

Live stock 

Lumber 

Pig and bar Iron and steel 

Iron or other ores 

0>al and coke 

Petroleum and other oUs 

Shipments of manufactured goods received bv railroad companies 

within this State from manufactories within this State 

All other manufactures 

All other merchandise 

All other agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 



Total. 



Tonnage. 



1,880 


1.87 


7,700 


5.8S 


1,087 


O.W 


118 


0.08 


11,818 


7.87 


166 


0.11 


906 


0.68 


17,074 


11.8S 


667 


0.80 


41,587 


88.88 


18,441 


8.65 


8,658 


1.81 


1,661 


1.16 


44,788 


81.18 



148,771 



Par cent 



100 



Adibondaok. 91 

NuMBBB OF A001DENT8. Injured. 



2 



▲vange Bumber of penons employed (including offiolals) during year Itt 

iggngftte Mnovmt of salaries and wages i>ald them 9eo,tt8^7a 

Oflleers of the Company. 

Name. Title, Official Addreu. 

K. BvTDAM Obaxt President New York city. 

H.O.Youm Vioe-Fresident Alhany.N.T. 

CA.WAUESB. Treasurer and Secretary New York ci^. 

Directors of the Company. 

Natne, Retidence. 

WauAM W. DmuMT. 

Wijutn HiLUR Herkimer, N. Y. 

Fbbjmg H. Smitb New York city. 

William L. Sraoifo New York city. 

IUtd Wiloox New York dty . 

GkBsnB OxnwoLD New York dty. 

Jina BOOBBVKLT. Hyde Park, N. Y. 

HoBAos a. Yomro Albany. N. Y. 

B. BvrauLii Qramt New York dty. 

BoBBBT Qltphaitt Now York dty. 

jAms G.HABTT MontreaL 

(lfcABT.EB A. Walkbr Now York dty. 

F. If. OurpHAXT New York dty. 

iMe of company, Adirondack Railway Company. 

OsDsral oflloes at Saratoga Springs. N. Y. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

Dite of Ptockholders annual meeting, second Wednesday in October. 

Wvt informatiott oonoeming this report address 8. T. S. Henry, auditor. New York dL\j^, 



ALBANY AND SUSaUEHANNA. 

Lbbsor. 

LissBS— Dklawarb and Hudson Canal Compant. 
CDate of charter, April 19, 1861 . 



For hIatcHy of organisation, etc, see Report of 18BS. 

Capital Stoek and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stoox. 





•OMMON. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Aottoriasd by law or diarti^r 


14,000 
86,000 


•$1,400,000 
8,600,000 







IN ibarof atodtboiders., 



Ih vfgfaMl and the amendment haTing been ratified by a unanhnous vote of the stockholders 
St la ABMUiy and Snsqwshanna Railroad Company at their meetings held respeettraly May 8. 
W and April 86^ 1878^ ^ 



98 



RbPOST of the EaILBOAD C()MMI88I0NSB8. 



Funded Debt. 





Date. 


1 




Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cnriiraal- 
Ized CD 
amooDt 

outataad- 


Dbbigivation or 

LiKN. 


i 


When 
payable. 


First con. niort. bda. 
First con. mort. bda 
Albany c'y loan bda. 

Albany c'y loan bda. 
Albany c'y loan bds. 


Apr. 1, 1876 
Apr. 1, 1876 
Nov. 6, 1866 
May 1, 1866 
Nov. 1, lfc66 
May 1, 1867 


80 
80 
SO 
80 
80 
80 


PC. 


Apr. and Oct 
Apr. and Oct. 
May and Nov. 
May and Nov. 
May and Nov. 
May and Nov. 


$10,000,000 

'"2b6;66o 

250,000 
250,000 
260,000 


$4,000,000 
7,000,000 
♦450,000 
♦860,000 
♦250,000 
♦260,000 


98,000,000 
7,000,000 

916,«6 


Total 


$11,000,000 


$11,000,000 


910,916,0» 















Coat of Road aad Bquipment. 

Total cost up to 

Road. June SO, 18B1 

Grading, maaonry and ballaat » $2,931 ,486 Si 

Bridges 870,400 72 

Buperatructure (including ties), ballast and rails ^«^^«S!I ^ 

Land, land damages and fences 687.060 40 

Passenger, fuel, water and freight stations 487,678 40 

Engine and car houses, shops, machinery and tools 281 ,985 V 

Engineering expenses 281.207 40 

Interest and diacoimt charged to construction 880,775 16 

Telegraph 1 fne 84 788 TV 

Ooncingent 125,l>n 15 

Total cost of road $0 4^,584 81 



Equipmkmt. 

Looomotivea $1 ,228,722 00 

Passenger cars 260,400 00 

Mail, baggage, express, freight and other cars 8,876,100 74 

Total cost of equipment $4,768,281 74 

Qrand total cost of road and equipment $14,200,766 S5 



Income Account for year ending June 30, 1893, 

Income from other sources than earnings as/oUows^ viz.: 

Rental under the lease 

Allowance for maintaining organization to March 1, 1808 

Payment to sinking fund by lessee 

Intere t on investments and deposits reix>rted by the trustees of the sin] 
fund of the city of Albany for the year ending October 81, 1882 



Gross income from all sources « 

Deduction* from income as follows, vtg.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accru^ $690,000 00 

Other disbursements $1 ,161 72 

80 64 
1,172 86 



Net income from all sources. . 



Payments from net income as follows, viz.: 
Two dividends declared, each 8^ per cent, on $8,600,000, common stock . 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893 , 

General Income Account. 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893 . 
Surplus up to June 80, 1808 



Total Surplus, June 80, 1808 . 



$085,000 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

27,748 80 

"1078,748 80 



001,178 06 
$288,57108 

940,000 00 
$87,871 08 

$87,571 08 
814,708 28 

$2BS,S74 21 



♦ The sinking fund for retiring these bonds amounted October 81, IBM, to $611,864.85. 



AXBANT AND SdSQUBHAKKA.. 



98 



General Balaaoe Sheet Jane SO, 1893. 

Ooifccfnwd ff!!™.* |9,44«,B84 81 

Ooikortqiilpment 4»768»M1 74 

0(ker permanent investments eu foUows^ trig. : 

Stock of other companies 7,000 00 

Oaremt tueeUt aafoUcw$, vix. : 

CWb on hand 8*081 OS 

it^::.,\!:.\\.:..\\\\ 648,480 48 



$14,768,874 89 

LlABILITIBS. ^ _ 

I Qmlte] Stock $8,800 000 00 

rinded debt 11,000, 00-0 

BdsDee of Income account (surplus) 868,874 89 

$14,768,87781 



Oflleers of the Company. 

Name, Title. Offleial Address. 

BoBOT Oltphant President New York city. 

WXLLL4M L. Bi, Pkslps Secretary sod Treasurer Albany, N. Y. 

Directors of the Couipany. 

Name, Residence. 

BoBBT M. Oltphant. New York city. 

HoKAcn Q, YouKO Albany. N. Y. 

HDTAao Rasdsr Cobleekm, NY. 

Wn. L. M. Phku« Albany, N. Y. 

Jahss RooenvBLT Hyde Park. N. Y. 

9n>BOB I. WiLBtTR Oneonta, N. Y. 

iLnsD Vak fUimrooRD NewYorkclty. 

BBfJAimv tf. Brtstow NewYorkclty. 

BoBKST Oltphant New York city. 

WiujAM H. TiLLZNOHAST Ncw York clty. 

RoBorr C Prutn Albany, N. Y. 

Jahu H. Haknimo Albany, N.Y. 

Cbabucs a. Walkxb New York city. 

•AsTBOirr N. Bbadt : Albany, N. Y. 

nUe of company. The Albany and Susquehanna Railroad Company. 

General offices at Albany. N. Y. 

Oete of close of flseal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders^ annual meeting, third Tuesday in October. 

Txir Information concerning this report, address VV. L. M. Phelps, Secretary. 



ALBANY AND SUSaUSHANNA. 



Lessee's Expenditures for Cost of Road and Equipment. 


Road. 


Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1893. 


Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
30,1898. 


^^**M*nr and maimnrT 


$19,994 66 

884 17 

4,736 82 

8,150 89 

881 85 

4,875 00 


$108,834 66 


Bridjm_?.^_7:::. ..;..:. ::::;:;:.:;;;::. ;:::::::::::::::: 


87,098 86 


Suentracture (indudlnir ties) 


76,158 86 




50,876 96 


Is*:::::::;::::::;:::;;;;;;;:::;;:;;:;;;::;::::;;::;;;:;;:;;:::; 


818 86 


'^^ damitffMi 


5 468 17 


I'* user and freisrht stations 


65.657 17 


■fi * and car-hoQSfW 


1,884 44 
918 25 


4,746 88 


iW ind w^r stations 


40,988 95 


bud laaiing exiMmsfts 


610 00 


SS-flSJ^??!!;!^:::::;:;;;:;;;::::;:;::;::;:;;;:;::: 




600 00 








1 )taJ cost of road 


$36,885 47 


$384,688 75 







_ *i acted by the common council of the city of Albany, pursuant to section 8 of an act of the 
UM istars of the State of New York, entitled "An act to authorise the city of Albany to 
■as * kian to the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad Company,'' passed April 10, 1868. 



94 



RbPOBT of THB BaiLBOAD C0MMI88I0NSBfi. 
Cost of Boad and Bquipment — (Oontf&ued). 



E^uipmNT. 



Additknisor 
betterments 
during year 
f>n<Hiig June 
2071898. 



Totaleoifc 
of road and 
equlpmaot i 
QptoJuM I 
80, IM. I 



Looomotivee 

Pa—Binger cars 

b and other cars . 



"♦85*899*12 



fl8B,294 81 
•21,900 M 
886,815 71 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment . 



$46,278 12 



$1,098,819 Bl 



$9,068 65 



$1,477,89817 



Dbtails or ADDinoMS or BBTTSRimrra Durxmo thb Txar. 

Ghradlne for side tracks $8,881 27 

FUUng bridges and trestles 6,897 02 

Bridge masonry 6,086 88 

Replacing wooden bridges with iron 

Superstructure for side tracks 

Superstructure for bridges 



$4,648 15 
188 67 



Bails for side tracks 

Release of claim to undercrossing account, filling of bridge west of 

HarpersvUle 

Damages account, closing of road crossing by filling of trestle, at 

Kenwood 

Release of claim to farm crossing closed by filling of bridge west 

of Otego 



$1,875 00 

2,500 00 

600 00 



Land in Tillage of Oobleskill for creamery site 

Oonstmction of new turn-table at tunnel 

Construction of new coal pockets at Mohawk 

Four new mogul passenger looomotlves $41 ,880 00 

Less depreciation in value of looomotives 1,700 00 

Increase in value of caboose cars during year 1802 $804 62 

Less depreciation in value of freight and coal cars dur- 
ing year 1882 

Rolling stock destroyed, torn down, etc., charged off in 



$19,994 65 
884 17 



4,786 81 
8,180 98 



4,878 00 
881 S 

1,884 41 
918 81 



40,180 00 



$18 84 



1802, viz., 41 box cars, 115 ^ndola cars, 5 hopper gon- 
dola cars, 8 stock cars, 8 platform cars, 5 4- wheel gon- 
dola cars 86,775 40 



85,798 74 



Income Aceount for Year Ending June 30, 1803. 

Qross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses Cexduding all taxes) 



*86,a90 1f 

$4,206,806 a 
9,2B0,172 28 

Gross income from all sources $2,018,798 9$ 

Deductions from income, as follows, viz. : 

Rentals $1,108,911 16 

Taxes on property used In operation of road 61 ,661 76 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 10,899 47 

Taxes other than above 1 ,802 59 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893 . 



General Income Aooount. 

Surplus for year endine June 30, 1898 

Surplus up to June 80, 1892 



Total surplus June 80, 1893 . 



1,188,774 98 


$fw,M»ai 


$836,940 01 

2,182,997 m 


$8,018,210 m 



Detailed Statement of Rentals. 

Dividends on stock 

Interest on bonds 

Maintaining organization 

Interest on bonds Schenectady and Duanesburgh Railroad Gonipany 

Interest on equipment of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, and on 
Improvement on the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad branches made by the 
lessee 

Rentals of Cherry Valley, Sharon and Albany Railroad 

t 

|$t Total amount of rentals deducted from income 



$245,000 00 

700,000 00 

1,000 8$ 

30,000 08 



121.488 m 
11 487 8$ 

$1,106,911 It 



* Credit. 



AlBASY AJID SXTSQITBHANHA. 



95 



AoAlysla of OroM BMrnings aad Opemtlng EzpeiuMs. 

Eabnikos. 



rrdriit, through $MS6765 <tt 

IM^ttlocia 8,880,668 58 

PniBwngers, through $60,990 66 

PiuaeDgera, local 896,180 08 

Kafl 

gewpap er and baggage ezprea , 

ExpruB , 

Kxtra baggage 

JftaoeUaneou*, cu/oUotr«, tn'ir.; 

BenU $10,814 64 

I\el6graph 6,984 04 

Loeomotire aervioe 8,860 00 

Hauling can 90 00 

Total groM earnings 



Fafltengeri. 



Freight. 



$469,180 68 
88,076 98 

1,860 04 
48,784 91 

8,646 68 



4,188 68 



$8,747,418 60 



16,465 95 



$685,011 66 



$8,763,884 55 



Opkratiko Ezpkmsks. 



MainUnanee of toay and structures: 

Repairs o( track 

Steel rails laid 4,889 tons, cost, $188,019.60. . . . 

btm rafllald, 7 1 ms, cort, $176.58 

RepalTB of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Rsnatrs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Otoer expenses for mainteLance of equipment. 



$48,851 47 



6,854 97 

8,470 89 

16,184 87 

1,816 68 

9,085 58 



$77,563 75 



$199,501 60 



89,193 87 

11,858 50 
11,969 58 
5,715 88 

44,888 84 



$308,000 51 



Total . 



C<mdueting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engioeent and fireman 

Fdm for looomotiTes 

OH and waste 

Water supply, 

Other train supplies or expentiee 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Btatioa supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
Other expenses for conducclDg t ransportation . . 



$88,883 74 | 

86,831 78 I 

1,436 80 I 
4,007 85 



$66,059 01 



$180,190 69 

851,61(^68 

7,280 56 

81,695 98 



$408,785 75 



Total. 



Oenerai expenses : 

Balaries of general officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Btationerj and printing 

Outride agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to catttle and property 

[Bluries to prraons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

ifleage of cars of ot>er companies (debit 

balance) 

hwaranoe 

yVkMBt general expenses 



$18,171 56 

4,886 96 

8,648 55 

6,576 58 

SCK-i 68 

180 48 

140 81 

1,667 87 

9,966 48 

♦4,769 87 

l,53"i 00 

475 84 



Total 

Qrand total operating expenses . 



$87,618 67 



I 



$8S4,064 88 



$85,888 99 
12,187 89 
8.(65 59 
19,098 69 
1,674 38 
5,555 38 
>,08Q 80 
8,168 07 
82, ICO 88 

8,886 06 
7 470 00 
8,216 78 



$180,684 84 



$1,896,117 84 



Total. 



$8,747,418 60 



469,180 08 
88,076 96 

1,850 04 
48,784 91 

8,646 68 



80,596 58 



$4,898,896 81 



$841,758 07 



85,548 84 

18,788 79 

88,184 45 

6,981 95 

88,417 76 



$379,564 86 



$143,574 48 

887,960 80 

8,656 76 

89,603 87 



$460,784 76 



$46,4M 08 1 


$8.56,886 19 • 


$308,840 87 


40,899 41 


253,411 19 , 


294,810 60 


67,090 81 


3.5,970 95 . 


413,061 16 


4,892 73 t 


84,532 66 > 


2?J,985 50 


8,218 16 1 


10,731 75 . 


12,979 91 


4,407 86 ' 


15.453 56 1 


19,861 48 


18,776 70 


43,690 88 


57,457 58 


7,998 64 


69,828 40 ! 


77,822 10 


8,518 65 • 


4,103 42 


7,617 07 


8,601 64 , 


21 ,002 92 


89,004 66 


8,450 87 

$208,818 05 

• 


14.094 61 


17,645 48 


$1,069,': 06 74 . 


$1,862,585 69 



$48,410 56 
16,474 85 
11,709 14 
85.670 81 
2.478 01 
6,676 74 
1,227 51 
4,830 44 
48,078 81 

•1,948 81 
9,000 00 
8,691 06 



$16<),897 51 



$8,880,178 88 



•Credit. 



96 



HkPOBT of TBE EaILBOAD CoHMISSIOirBBS. 



Tn^o Mid Mileage StatistlcB. 




I^TMU. 


Throi^b. 


Local. 


TotaL 


Number of paseeoKers c*jtM» . ,.*►,.***... 


26,126 

8,661,708 

2,429,448 

292,784,728 


768,148 

17,884,070 

2,069,782 

218,449,887 


784,278 


Nurnbtjr ^aideugf^t^ ciuried * pes mile, .»...,»,... 


20.985,778 


Number of ton* of f reicfbt curried * 


4,4W,180 


Nmuber of to^js of fflifeht carried on* mile 


606,284,610 



FfttecnFertralmnileaee ..., 

Freight ti^n ]iiil«>a|i£«.« ♦♦►■», ♦... 






608,915 
2,027,498 


All other traitj miileaf^Q » 






13,198 










Total f.r^vif Eullftage ,,*,,.* ,,♦,,,... 






2,644,601 








-*^ m. TM 



ITKM, 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit. 


TuMsen^n earolnefl and exTi«nBM ancludlog 
maJ 1 . Gx:pre« and m IsceJ Jaoeoiis earn lag*) * . . . 


$586,011 66 
68 

02549 
89 

8,768,884 66 
84 

00744 
1 86 


$884,064 88 

0188 
64 

1,896,117 84 
42 

00876 
94 


$160,967 » 
19 




00719 


ATerti^'H i>t*r pastenjirL^r t'^in per mite. 


95 


Frelclit tttTnTn^ and expense* ^including luls- 

cWlant?oii» earning) 

A VnraPR i mt tnn nf f Pi«1j*'hf. (■JL'M'EHrl ........... 


1,887,786 71 

48 


Arerajre per to^ of freight per mile- ,..,,..««... 


00869 


Averog? per freight criiUi per mUe * . . . 


98 







Iteu. 

Computed on earnlti^ froni carry I ng pa8tieng;ers and 

freight onlj. 



Through. 



Local. 



Through 
andlooiL 



for tmrrybig pas- 



A ventre rate rewHed per mile 

eerig:«ni, all closw^ ...,...- 

Axerage rate rewLv^i per tnfl© per to» for carrying 

freight, all ' 



Cent«. 
1.666 



.886 



Cents 
2.896 



1.228 



Cents. 

1.88 



.74 



Deacrlptlon of Road and Equipment. 











Track. 




1^ 


5« 


1 


Main Udm from Albany to Blnttbamton, ilngle track.. 
BraAcbi^, oqr o^her roads, laid sJngle track. 


*27.*58 
27.68 


'si .'94 


142.69 
84.88 


142.60 
62.41 


148.68 
66.77 






Total mugle track * * . * * * * * * « 


81.94 


lTr.42 


206.00 


800.86 






Second track on p ain tine. . - *....* 




'*i:76 

1.70 


69.47 


69.47 
1.70 


09.47 


Second track braneheft, or other roads. - , 


1.70 
1.70 


1.70 






Total second track ^ « . . ^ , . p » ^ . « ^ ,. 


69.47 


71.17 


71.17 






Sldln^d aT'd ttimoutfi on main llfie . » * . < « 




'iiiis 


7r.71 
4.89 


77.71 
14.86 


77.71 


S1dlDg!i and 1 urnoutA qu branches or otber roads 


9.97 
9.97 


17.07 


Trttfll uLrttrLmt And titrnrtiitA, , t r . , , , 


12.18 


f^.60 


98.67 


94.78 






Grand total of tracks, sidings sod turnouts 


39.26 


45.82 


]vS9.49 


868.74 


875.81 


Laid w1t*> fiteel rati inaln Hue. ,..,.,. 




'iris 


212.06 
84.88 
77.71 
4.89 


212.06 
64.11 
77.71 
14.86 


218.06 


Laid with ftteel r&li, branches, or other tnads 


29.28 


68.47 


T^ld whh irrtfi rjL^I, »im.ln |lnA ... ^ , --,--,.,.,,..,. r 


77.71 


Lsld nith Iron rail, bimnchea, or other roads 


9.97 


17.07 







Albaitt and Susquehanna. 



97 



ATcnge life of raUs -Bteel, 18 jeara, Iron, 10 yevs; average life of tle«, 7 years; weight of 
nili per yard ^ iteel. maximum, w) Ibe. ; minimum, 62 Ibe ; iron, maximum, 68 Ibe. ; minimum, 
aiba; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ Inches; ballasted with broken stone, grarel and cinders. 



DsTAiLs or Bramchbs or Othbr Roads. 



Nams or Branch or Road. 


From 


To 




! 

S 


1 
1 


r 




Sehenectadj and Doanecborgh... 
Cherry Valley. Sharon and Albany 
Behniectady and MechanlcviUe. . 


Schenectady . . 
CobleskiU Jo. . 
EastGlenviUe. 
Nineveh, N. Y. 


Duanesb'ghJe. 
Cherry Valley. 

Coona 

JeffersonJcPa. 


13.79 
21.04 
9.98 
17.66 


18.79 
21.04 
9.98 

22.01 


Leased. 
Leaaed. 
Owned. 
Owned. 


'i.'io' 


13.79 
21.04 
9.98 

23.71 





DC KRW YORK STATE. 


BNTIRX LINB. 


Bridobs. 


Number. 


''fSX' 


Number. 


*5S|S'' 


IroB bridges 


101 
7 
18 


Feet 
7,188 
258 
098 


105 
8 
18 


Feet 
7,819 


w«Mii»nbridg«i ,.,.,.,. 


809 


Wooden trasfles 


998 






Total 


181 


8,879 


1S6 


8,611 







Equtipibnt. 


1 
§ 
6 


1 


1 


^ 

P 




1 


11 

oil 


6^8 




!C 


& 


^ 


< 


^ 


55 


z 


fiDspeelioD looomotiTe 


1 




n 




r 




1 




LMomottves,8driTers 




8 


81 




165.780 


20 






LooomoClTes, 8 drtrers 


88 


78 


lllf 


$9,889 00 


' 188,000 


80 


86 


6 


LoooaMttrea, 4 drirers 


1 


81 


i»J 




1160,100 


80 


10 


4 


Ibtal 


85 


108 


187 








63 


10 







Fkst daas passenger cars. . 
Seeond dass psssengV cars 
Bsggsge, mall and ex. cars 


♦6 
8 
8 


48 

1 
16 


87 

4 
17 


H468 00 
1,500 00 
1,888 00 


46,744 
85,000 
48,418 


15 
15 
15 


87 
4 
17 


87 

4 
17 


Tetal 




58 


58 









58 


58 









Boor freight cars 


609 

♦8 

977 

198 

6 

•1 


793 

108 

6.444 

897 

60 

8 

6 


1,408 

106 

7,481 

489 

66 

8 

5 


$490 70 
490 70 
481 64 
490 70 
445 00 
450 00 
841 60 


88,000 
80,000 
84,500 
81 500 
10,000 
81,000 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




684 


8loek Mght cars 


4 


Ooslfretebt cars 


2,043 
385 


lit* freight can 


CUwae, 4 wheel cars 

Qri3ow,8-wheelcars 

Svioecars 










Total 


1,780 


7,700 


9,480 










8,066 





P BBDger cars are equipped with Westinghouse automatic brake. Miller & Gould coupler. 
m ^ oars with Marks' automatic, Gk>uld, Standard, Trojan and Janney coupler. 
A anfomstlc'aag^ switches to use on road. 

* Credit shown to credit account sales, depreciation, etc. 

18 



98 



Bepobt of the Sailboad CoMHISSIOinEBS. 



Iflsoellaneoas StatUiios. 

\ 



Item. 



In N.T. State. 



Ttleflrraph owned and operated hj company, miles 058.68 

TC>tairaaaefl8ed^Talue or real estate and personal property of j 

company I $8,578,666 00 

Lenc^h of steel rafls laid during year in repairs, miles 46.18 

Length of iron rails laid during year in repairs, miles | .07 

BaUroads crossing road at grade I 4 

Railroads crossing road over or under grade i 8 

Highway crossings at grade without protection ! 170 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen ! 84 

Highway crossings over or under grade 88 

Overhead obstructions less than 80 feet above track I 80 



Entire Uneu 



667.94 

18,^,666 00 

46.18 

.07 

4 

8 

m 

84 
M 
80 



Passenger om are heated by^ Consolidated Car Heating Co. 's qtstem. Lighted ^ with niiiiflnl 



seal oil, 300° test, and ventilated by Creamer and Globe ventilators, transoms and elevated roofs. 

National Express runs over line. Pavs for local freight one and one-half firstrclsss tariff 
rates; between connecting point, first class rates; for through freight 89 cents, also 10 per oeot 
of profits 

Wagner Palace Car Co runs over road and is paid three cents per mile run for sleeping csn, 
and one cent per mile for drawing-room cars, and the railroad company lubricates and deans 
outside of cars. Pullman ^s Palace Car Co. also run cars over road; is paid three cents per mUe 
run. No additional charge is made by the railroad company. 

Wagner Palace Car Co. was paid during the year $887.16. PuUnum's Palace Car Co. was paid 
during the year $6,191.64 

Mails are transported for the compensation fixed by the government. 



Description of Freioht Moved. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent. 


Flour ^ 

•rain 


197,878 
224.799 

58,973 
14,518 
148,868 
147,848 
184,414 
8,442,70^ 
84,172 

79,980 
843,628 

64,190 
852,379 
465,835 


4.80 
5 


Meats and orovisions 


1.81 


Live stoclc 


.88 


Lumber . i, 


8.81 


Pig and bar iron and st^eel 


8.87 


Iron or other ores 


S.99 


Coal and coke ' 


54.89 


Petroleum and other oils 


.64 


within this State from manufactories within this State 


1.78 


All other manufactures 


6.41 


All Othpr mi^rohandinf'. .. r ,..--...,....,. 


1.4S 


All other agricultural products 


5.61 


All othftr artjclf^ff not lncl^(^fK^ ftbove ,....,......,. ....,.,. 


10.85 






Total 


4,499,180 


100 









NuMBEE OP Accidents. 










Injured. 


KUled. 


TotaL 


Passepgprs 


11 

41 
6 


18 

11 


11 


Emplovf^fl .,,..,. 


S4 


Others - 


17 








Total 


58 


84 


88 









Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



8,586 
$1,877,600 07 



Name. 



Officers of the Company. 

Title. 



RoBiRT M. Olvphant President 

Le Grand B. Cannon Vice President 

Horace G. Young Second Vice-President . 

C. A. Walker Treasurer 

F. M. Oltphant Secretary 



Ojfflcial (xddrtn. 

New Yorlc city. 
New Yorlt city. 
Albany. 
New Yorlc city. 
New York dty. 



Albany and Susquehanna. 

Dlr«otor8 of tlie Gompaajr, 

Name, Reiidenoe, 

Li Grand B. GimcoN New York cl^. 

Jms BooesTKLT Hyde Park, N. Y. 

BtxjAMSH H. BuBTOW Ne w York csUy. 

BoBBBT M . Oltphaht New York city • 

B. SuTZkAM Qramt New York city. 

WnuAM H. TxLLixroHABT New York city. 

AiJFBKD Yah SisTYooRD ^ew YoTkclty. 

Jims A. RoouTKLT New York dty . 

AuacAiTDXR B. Orb Brooklyn, N. Y. 

OuvRB P. C. BiLLnrGfl New York cit7. 

SiMUKL Spemorr New York dty. 

OOR2TKJT7B VAMDRRBniT New York city. 

CHAUXOBTM.DRPEW Ncw York city. 

Title of leasee oommuijr, Delaware and Hudaon Canal Company. 

QeBeral ofBceB at New York city. 

Date of doae of flacal year, December 81. 

Date of BtockholderB* annual meeting, second Tuesday In May. 

IVir InfonnRtion concerning this report address 8. T. B. Henry, Auditor. 



99 



ALBANY AND VEBMONT. 

Lessor. 

LSSSRR — BK1I88RLA.br AND SARATOGA. 

Ofbratbd bt thb Dblawarb and Hudson Canal Company. 
CDate of charter, October 17, 1859.^ 



W6r history of organization, etc., see Report of 18B3. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cash realized 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


Anthoriied by law or charter, issued for actual 
mA ami now outstandin&r ................... 


6,000 


$600,000 


$600,000 







Number of stockholders . 



61 



Cost of Bead. 



TbCal cost of road up to Jime 80, 1893 . 



$600,000 00 



Income Account for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 

Grom income from all sources asfollowst vix.: 
BeoelTed from Delaware and Hudson Canal Company for rent 

BaymenU from grot income as follows^ viz.: 

DtHdendB declared, three per cent on $600,000 common stock $18,000 00 

Salaries " 

flondry expenses 



Bent to Brnaselaer and Saratoga Railroad Company. 



100 00 
865 00 
800 00 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 

General Income Account. 



Svrphia for year ending June 80, 1898 . 
SorpluB up to June 80, 1892 



Tbtal surplus June 80, 1893 . 



$20,000 00 



19,265 00 
$746 00 



$746 00 
6,484 18 

$7,179 13 



100 Bbpobt of thb Bailsoad Coicmissionskb. 

General Balaaoe Sheet, June 80, 1803. 

AB8ETB. 

Cost gf road |fl00«000 08 

Current a»aet$^ a$/oUaw9, viz.: 
CMhonhand 7,179 11 

|d07,179 II 



LlABILITIBS. 

OapiUl Stock $000,000 00 

Profit and loM Cturplus) ^ 7,178 11 

$007,17V IS 



Officers of the Company. 

NavM. Title. OJficial Addreu. 

Joseph M. Wabren President Troj, N. Y. 

Obobob H. Cbamsr Ylce-Preaident Troy, N. Y. 

JoHK H. Nbhbr Treasurer Troy, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Reeidenoe. 

JosKFB M. Warren Troy, N. Y. 

Oborob H. Crameb Troy, N. Y. 

John B. Qalb WUuamstown, 

Orablbs W. TiLLnvGHAST Troy, N. Y. 

Thokas W. Looxwood Troy, N. Y. 

C. E. Dudley Tibbits Troy, N. Y. 

JoHW I. Thompson Troy, N. Y. 

Lb Gbaiid B. Cannon New York city. 

Bdward C. Gale Troy, N. Y. 

James B. Jebmain Albany, N. Y. 

Jambs A. Eddy Troy, «. Y. 

John H. Neheb Troy, N. Y. 

Title of company, A^lbany and Vermont Railroad Company. 

General offices at Tror, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Tuesday in October. 

For information concemlnfc this report, address John H. Neher, Treasuror. 



ALLEGHENY AND SINZUA. 

(Date of charter, February 86, 1800.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1812. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stocb, 



Number of 
shares. 



Authorized by law or charter, issued on account of construc- 
tion and now outstanding ! 5,000 



Total 
par ralue. 



$500,001 



17umber of stockholders . 



AlLKOHBHT and EtMZDA. 



101 









FUKDBD DlST. 








Dbiomition or 

LlEf. 


HMt«. 


1-' 


J 1 When 

5 i «'*^***^^- 

— 1 

ft 1 rbb I A All)?. 1 


Amount 
Author' 


AEUOOUt 

nutAtand- 


Caah 

renUssed 

on amount 

ootflUnd- 


flratmort^A^ 


Feb. 1, IBM 


M 


95(]0,C(» 


legfi.OOO 


fSOO.OOO 



Coat of RoAd AOii Eqiilpuient. 

•rand tot&l cost of ro&d and oquLpment up to June SO, 186S. , fSOl ,1^ ttT 

Iiic4P«6 AcoouDt for Your Endtn^ Juno 30. 1803. 

GroM earnlti^ f rom oparaUon , $43. 44a £3 

Lhb operatlog tsxpaosis (tixcludtng all Unw} 41 J4l £B 

Gross Incomfj from alt sources fl ,301 94 

Dedtiction^ fr0m trncome^ atfoltowst viz. ; 

iBterort on funded debt dua&nd oceru^d . $3,S^^ 

Ttaces on p^oper^y tiwd m operation of road, earnings and capital 

itockfMidallothffi- taxiw....... ...i..., 605 Ifi 

— ' 4,357 §G 

Deadt f or joftT &odla^ Juoe 3D, tS«3 f2,aa& 73 

Ad&IjhIs of 0rou £Krnlnf;rft and Op«ratin|^ KxpeiutM. 

ElRNOOfl. 

fWght.ailkKal... „ Slg.443 aa 

OpKHATUfO EXPEN*TO. 

itaintenance of wau aitd strwituren : 

Bepftirs of track. S7,09S 7» 

Bnwirs of roadbed. , ^1 SO 

OCber ezp«iaa«ia f tw maintenance of way and ntructm^i. 23 a* 

Total........ ........,.,, 88,g6g« 

kbUfUenatice of tquipm^int ; ' 

Bepatrs of locomodTea $4,1 U Ig 

leoairs of ca™ .,,..,.,,,.,,.„,.♦..,,..,„,,....,.., i,4S» 6S 

Ottier exptmuss for sabitenanoe of equipment .,,*,.................... 3 M 

ToUl $5.Ma7a 

Conducting tranMportation : 

Wages of cobdticLora. and rueu ,.,,..,..,.,.,,,.,,....,.,.«......... *.,*** $5, M: 15 

Wans of er'f^ipeere and firemen ^MH SO 

Fuel for locofiaotiirt« ...... ,,.... „.„,..„,<„, 4 ^Os^O 48 

OnaDd waace. 930 SO 

Water supply..... .., 37 7ft 

Other train suppLfee or expeneee , , « , 100 17 

Warns of atatloii a«e>nU and derkei , ^00 

Stauoa supplier. .'..... ss ^ 

Wages of watelunen, daftmeti aad a^^rtchmon ,.,.„.,,,,,. ] ,308 SG 

Other expenaei for conducting transportation. i ,089 id 

ToUl..... Sia.T4Sl4 

O0neral ejrpentes : 

Balariea of g^fliiral officers and derks 17,145 64 

Qeneral ofUce eipenst^a and HuppJlw, ...p. , H7 Ofl 

Btatlooer? and prlnlEng „ — 1 fid 07 

Legal ententes,.... »,aoa Oa 

Damage to c&ttie and property. 4A 73 

Other geoaral ezpenaes. . ....... 570 fl4 

Total \ t1D.a7l"« 

Onuid totift] oiwrating eipenaea 141441 ^ 



102 



RePOBT of the RaILBOAD C0MMI88IONBB8. 



General Bftlaaoe Sh«et, June 80, 1898. 



Cost of road and equipment 

Ourreni aueU, a» foUowt, vIm. : 

OMhonhand 

. Dne bj agents 

Open aooountB 



Profit and loss (dellolencj) . 



Capital itook. 
Funded debt. . 



Ll&biutibs. 



$4,018 85 
1,887 78 
6,187 17 



Current liabaiUeM, MfoUowt, vU,: 

Intereit on funded debt due and aocrued $16,416 66 

Audited Touchen and paj-roHa 21,017 06 

Loans and bills payable 9,1S0 06 



$800|6II9I 



11,987 76 
18,e» 66 • 



$600,600 66 
885,660 66 



Txmfllo and Mileage Statistics. 

ITBM. 



Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of fkvlgbt carried one mile . 

Total^train mileage 



$865,468 76 

AllkMil. 
44,664 

14,976 



Desorlptlon of Boad and Equipment. 










MlIiB OWNBD. 


Track. 


Length in 
N. Y. Utate. 


Bntira 
length. 


Main Une from Bradford, Pa., to Bed House, N. T., single track. 
BruichM laid single track 






96 
18 






Total single track 


11 




48 






T Aid with Iron rail main tine r 






tr 


Tiald with Iron rail, branches or other roads .................... t 


t 







Dbtaiui of BRAKOBaB oa Othbr Boads. 




Nams of BaANOH OR Boad. 


From 


To 


Length in 

New York 

State. 


Entire length. 


Alleghenj and Kinzua 


anbert,Pa.... 


j Oofflb Bun, Pa . . 
1Zelllff,N.Y 


4 


11 

6 



EqxTiPMaifT. 



Locomotives, 6 drivers. 
Locomotiyes, 4 drivers. 

Total 



Total numbgT' 



No. equipped 
withpJent 



Alleohbky ahd Kinzua. 108 

flatCnIglitoara B 

Oiteon» 4-wlieel can 1 

Sarrloecan 90 



Total 

Otfi are equipped with hand-brake link and pln,£oupler. 
Spltt siritc&ea used on line of road. 

MisoeUaneoaa Stetlttlos, 

Dbsobiption of Frbigbt Hovxd. 

Item. Toi -, 

Lamber 4«.L„ 

AlHotlMr merchandise 8,968 

Allotiiar agricultural prodncte 46«418 

Total 04,901 

Kmplotbb. 

ATsrage number of persons employed (including ofladals) during year 4i 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them |90,0M 41 

Officers of the Company. 

Name, TitU. OJflcial Addrett, 

a.&BnLLn President Olean, N. T. 

M. W. Babsb Vice-President Buffato, N.Y. 

J. B. RooHKT Secretary, Treasurer O. F. and P. A. Buffalo, N. Y. 

C. v. MaiuucK Superintendent Bradford, Pa. 

F. L.ST0WMLL Auditor Olean, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name. Regidenee. 

8.8. BuLUS. Olean. N.Y. 

ILW. BABsa Buffalo, N.Y. 

F. L. SiowBLL. Olean, N.Y. 

J.aFaaMOH Olean, N.Y. 

a D. Williams Bidgeway. Pa. 

J.£.BooirKT Buffalo, N. Y. 

G.aPALMn Olean, N.Y. 

CG. Frxck Olean, N.Y. 

J. B.DBOONXT Olean, N Y. 

aD. Clark Olean, N. Y. 

E.V. DuNLBvnB Olean, N.Y. 

W.I. Babtbolombw Morrisons. Pa. 

O. C. Fabhswovih Buffalo, N. Y. 

THls of company, Alleghenyand Einsna Railroad Company. 

General offices at Olean, nTy. 

Data of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

Bate of stockholdera^ annual meeting, first Tuesday in February. 

For iDformation oonAming this report address F. L. Stowell, auditor. 



AMBTSBDAM, GHTJOTANTJNDA AND NOBTHEBN. 

Lsssos. 

Opkbatbd bt ths Nkw Yokk Cbmtral A2n> Hudson Riybr. 

(Date of charter, September 98, 1879.) 



For hlstoiy of^rganlsatlon, etc, see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock. 





nOMMON. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


i borisod l^ law or charter, issued on account of construcUon 
id now outstanding t 


900 


190,000 







104 Bepobt of the Eailroad Commissionxrs. 

Total cost n} to 
Codt of Road. June 80, ISft. 

GradlDg, masonry and ballaat $15,109 81 

Ralla, land, land damages and fences 4,800 19 

Total cost of road $00,000 09 



General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1803. 

Absbtb. 
Cost of road $80,000 09 

Liabilities. 
Capital stock 80,009 00 



Description of Boad. 

TIU.CK. 

Main line single track from East Amsterdam to Linseed OU Works 1.5 



Miles owned, sU 
Track. in N.T. State. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Addre9$, 

John Kblloog President Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Gkobob Kbllooo Treasurer and Superintendent. . . . Amsterdam, N. T. 

* John D. E^oland Secretary Amsterdam. N. Y. 

A. H. Dk Oraff .ii. Engineer Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Directors of the Con&pany. 

Naine. Setidence, 

John EIblloog Amsterdam, N. Y. 

John C. Millbr Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Gboroe Kkllogo Amtserdam, N. Y. 

W. L. Van Dbnbbbo Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Mason < ook Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Jahbs Firth Amsterdam, S.Y. 

C7RU8 B. Chasb Amsterdam, N. Y. 

W. H. STBBBiif 8 Amsterdam, N . Y. 

FROTHniGHAM FiSH FoItonTllla, N. Y. 

John F. Mann Galway , N. Y. 

*RoBBRT Miller. 
*». B. Makn. 
♦John D. Noland. 

Title of company, Amsterdam, Chuctanunda and Northern Railroad Oompany. 

Gfeneral office at Amsterdam. N. Y. 

For information concerning this report, address John Elellogg, President. 



ATTICA AND FBESDOM. 

(Date of charter, October 88, 1891.) 



For history of organlxation, etc., see Beport of 1898. 

Capital Stock and Funded Deht. 

Capftal Stock. 





OOXMON. 


• 


Number 
of shares. 


Tbtal 
par ralue. 


Authorized by law or charter, iMued on account of purchase 
and now outstanding 


1,080 


$108,000 





* Deceased. 



AmoA AND Fbssdom. 

FONDBD DSBT. 



105 





Date. 


IMTBRE8T. 


Amount 

author- 

ked. 


Amount 
Ing. 


Caah 
realized 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


DmONATION OF 

Lddc. . 


1 


When 
payable. 


A flnt mort^ for $80,000 
to ■ecure a loan of 
tB.00O anamed by A. 
k F. R. R. when prop- 
erty was parcliaaed .. . 


Dec. 16, 1801 


p.c. 
6 


Jan. and July 


180.000 


985,000 


$26,000 



Cost of Bead and Equipment. 

PDchaee of constructed road and equipment to June 80, 1808 .* $181,920 00 

Ineome Aoooont for Tear Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

QroMeamings from operation. $16,718 88 

Lesioperatfaig expenses (excluding all taxes) 17,881 16 

Ket loss from operation $612 88 

AlooaM from other §ource9 a* foUawSt vts. : 

iBtanst on bank account $8 08 

Itonts 68 51 

Oldlronsold : 186 60 

253 00 

Gross income from all sources $850 80 

DeducttonB from ineome cu foUow$t viz, : 

btomt on mortgage debt due and accrued $1,406 84 

Tkns on property used in operation of road 477 40 

Taisi on earnings and capital stock 16 80 

1,980 58 

DeOdt for year endfaiK June 80, 1808 $8,848i> 

Ctoneral Ineome Aeeoant. 

Midt for year ending June 80, 1888 $8,848 88 

DeadtnptoJune80,1808 1,656 00 

Tolildefldt June 80, 1808 $4,004^ 

Analysis of Gross Bamings and Operating Bxpenses. 

KABJXntOB. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


fMght,aUlrcal 




$18,407 58 


$18,407 C8 


rMaiiniuis all local . , ..... 


$8,811 68 
478 67 


8,811 68 


ExpcesB...' 


478 67 




81 00 


81 00 


^^^ •••• 








$4,890 36 


$12,488 68 


$16,718 88 







OpnuTma 



M mienamee of way and ttructures : 

lapi net track. 

In IS of bridges ChMdndlng culverta and cat> 

4 (Qsrds) 

a am rs of stadona, shops, docks, etc 
ill of fences 
' BipsMBB for malntenanoe of way and 



14 



1 Cal. 



$466 07 

848 06 
846 
18 66 

8 41 

$788 67 



$466 06 

848 04 
846 
18 68 

848 

$788 68 



$088 Ifr 

484 00 
16 98 
87 16 

688 

$1,467 16 



k- 



106 



ESPOBT OF THE BaILBOAD OoMMISSIOKEBS. 



Analysis of GroM Earning^ and Operating: Expenses — (Continued). 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Bepaira of locomotlVefl 

B^Mtira of can. 



Bepaira of machinery and tools. 
Other ezpenaes for maintenance 



rezpenaes 
Total 



of equipment. 



Faasenjser. 



$419 14 

188 17 

88 68 

688 



$800 89 



Freight 



$419 KT 

188 17 

89 68 

688 



$680 88 



TcUL 



$8M» 

9?6 84 
65 85 
1876 



$1,178 64 



Conducting irantportation : 
Wa^w of conductors and meo 


$616 77 

681 00 

618 60 

88 88 

18 40 

11 08 

1,094 86 

2,717 78 

90 06 

44 69 


$616 78 

681 00 

619 60 

88 88 

18 40 

11 08' 

1,094 95 

8,n7T7 

90 06 

44 68 


$1,088 65 

118100 

1,»00 

6r66 




Fuel for locomotiyes 


OU and waste 


Water supply 


16 80 




88 01 




8,188 50 

6,485 65 

180 It 




Station supplies 


Other expenses for conducting transportation.. 


BOS 


Total 


$5,716 88 


$5,716 98 


$11,480 46 




General Expenses : 
Salaries of general officers and clerks 


$800 00 
88 00 
96 92* 

41 16 
686 18 


$800 00 
88 00 
96 98 
1 90 
41 16 
685 17 


$1,780 00 


General office expenses and supplies 


6600 


Stationery and printing ". 


IS 45 


Loss and 'damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 


880 
6i8l 


Otiierlreneral exoenses.. .'....'. 


1,970 85 






Total 


$1,687 46 


$1,697 46 


$8,864 01 






Gk>and total of operating expenses 


$8,666 68 


$8,666 68 


$17,881 16 



General Balanoe Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 

ASSBTB. 

Cost of road and equipment. 



Ourreni cusets^ cu foUows^ viz. : 
Oashonhaad. 



Due by agents. 

Profit and loss (deflcienqy) 



Capital stock . 
Funded debt.. 



Liabilities. 



Current lialnUties, as foUovm^ viz. : 
Interest on mortgagee due and accrued . 
Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 

Total train mileage, mixed 

Description of Boad and Bqnlpnient. 

Tbaok. 

*Main line authorized from Attica to Freedom, single track 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 



Qnnd total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. , 



$181,0 



718 64 
1,578 14 
4,004 81 



$188,916 80 



$106,000 00 
95,000 00 

745 84 
4,470 68 

$188 918 60 



An local. 

15,644 

- 988,180 



KHlea owned. sD 

fa N. Y. Statew 

88.00 

.49 



88.48 



1.00 



Laid with iron rail, main line 

Laid with iron rall« branches or other roads 

Average life of rails — iron. 10 years: average life of ties, 4 /ears; weight of rails per yard — 
iron, maximum, 80 lbs. ; minimum, 98 lbs. ; gauge of track, 8 feet; ballasted with graveL 

* 99.52 only operated from Attica to Sandusky. 



Attioa and Fbbbdom. 

I>««erlptlon of BoAd and Bqnipment — (Oontlnued). 



107 





BUDOBS. 


8TATB. 




Number. 


^fSX' 


Wn<MVw brMjcM 


. 44* 


180 


Wowl«n tnS&m 


6,000 








TMal 


40 


5,180 







EQUiPMBirr. 



II 



if 



!i 



I LoeomotiTW, 4 drtvari. . 



pMMDflwrcan. 



Bifgags^ mftU aim ezproM can. 
ToUJ 



86,000 



18 
10 



BOK 

Flat 



traigfatG 
fNlcfatc 

Toul .... 



Hand bnke, Uiik and pin ooupler In nae on can. 
BUodard Erie awf tch m nae on line ef road. 



MiaoelUmeona Statlatloa. 

Itbm. 

[ 'MflMaph owned and opwated by WeBtern Union Oompany, mtlea 

Inctb o( iron raUa laid during year In repain, mUea 

FkoBuer can are heated by coal atovee. lighted with oil and yentHated by windowa. 

W«U«, I^argo A Oo.*a Szpreaa runa over line. 

Tbk oonpany baa no contract frith United Statea gotremment for the transportation of mall. 



Entire line In 
N. Y. State. 

80.68 
8 



DBBORipnoN OF Fbkxoht Moysd. 
Itsm. 



Unobw 

Oval ftfui ooke 

ft« iBDm and other oDa 

Afe metitm ot manufaetured goods receired by railroad oompanlea within thia 
It to from mannfactorlea within tt' "" " 



ii 



I thia state.. 



rMiicultaral producta. 

-^ • 1 not included abore. 



Tonnage. 

*8fr8 

1.770 

788 

108 

1,084 

7,806 

81 

2,607 



otal. 



16,544 



EMFLOTaa. 



r 



l«« giK number of peraooa employed Ondndlng ofllciala) during year 84 

*^ 904 aaaoant of aalariea and wagea paid them $11,676 86 



108 BSPOBT OF THB BaIIAOAD COMMIS8IOKSB8. 

^ Offleera of the Company. 

Name. ^Title. Official Addrts*, 

RxoBABD B. Ferris Praiident 48 Wall atx«et. New York city. 

ArovsT Steiic Viee-Preaident eo Broadway, New York dty. 

William Jat Secretary and Treasurer. 48 Wall street, New York taf. 

Directors of the Company. 

ydme. Residence. 

Richard B. Ferris 48 Wall street. New York dty. 

William Jay 48 Wall street. New York city 

Hrnrt a. Oaklet 64 wnilam street. New York dty. 

Olxvkr S. Carter 2 Wall street, New York dly. 

August Stein flO Broadway, New York dty. 

SuMKER R. Stone 48 Exchaoflre Place, New York dty. 

Charles Wisner 18 West IStn street. New Yoik dty. 

E. L. WiNTBROP, Jr 48 Wall street. New York dty. 

R. W. Candler 48 Wall street, New York d^. 

Title of company, Attica & Freedom Railroad Company. 

General offices at 48 Wall street, Vew York dty. 

Date of close of fiscal year December 81. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Wednesday In November. 

For information concerning this report address William Jay, Secretary. 



AVON, GEKESEO AND M0X7NT M0BBI8. 

Lessor. 

Lessee — New Yore, Lake Erie and Western. 

(Date of charter March 18, 1860.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1809. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 




No. of shares. 


Total 
parvahia 


Authorised by law or charter , 


8,600 


nsijs 


Issued for actual caah and now outstanding 







Number of stockholders. 



Total cost up to 
Cost of Road. June 80, ISA. 

Orading^asonry and ballast $188,000 00 

Bridges 6,840 00 

Superstructure (Indudlng ties) and rails 64,000 00 

Land and land damages 1 ,886 9S 

Englneand car-houses. 1,604 68 

Interest and discount charged to construction 8,404 50 

Other items 16,694 60 

Total cost of road $8M,(00 10 

Ineome Aocount for Tear Ending June 30, 189S. 

Net ineome from oil eources^ <u foUowe^ vU,: 

Rentals reodTed from leasee fia,600 60 

DeducHona Jrom income a» foUowe^ vig,: 

Dividends 6 per cent $18,500 00 

Organization ezpensea. 100 00 

Total $18,000 00 



Ayon, Gsneseo and Mount Mokkis. 

Offleen of the Companj. 

Title. 



109 



Nawie. Title, Official Address. 

GsoBOB W. PHKLP8 Presldeot Mt. Morris, N. T. 

HnAii P.MiLLS Vice-Pnsident Mt. Morria, N Y. 

QbobgbW. Phxlps, Jr Secretary aod Treagurer Mt Morris, N. T. 



Directors of the Company. 
Namu, Residence, 

Qbobgb Ellwahoeb Rochester, N. T. 

JosiAH Anstiox Rochester, N. Y. 

HnAM P. Mills Mt MottIs, N. Y. 

HuLBBBT B Browh Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

Ob^bok W Phslps Mt Morris, N. Y. 

Jambs W, Wabbwobth Qeneeeo, N. Y. 

HKBasBT Wabbworth Avon, N. Y. 



Title of company, Atou, Oeneseo and Mount Morris Baflroad Company. 

General offices at Mount Morris, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, second Tuesday in February. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, seond Tuesday in February. 

For information concerning this report, address George W. Phelps, Jr. 



BATH AND HAMMONDSPOBT. 

(Date of charter, January 17, 1879.) 



For history of organisation, etc., see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cash realised 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 


▲othorteed by law or charter, issued for actual 
essh and on account of construction, and now 


1,000 


$100,000 


$100,000 







FUKDBD DbBT. 





Date. 


1 


nmenwra'. 


Amount 
authorized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 
realized on 
amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


*>aBioHATioN or 

LiBV. 


1 


When payable. 


1 itmort. bonds. 
f iOBdmort.b'd8. 


June 1, 1880 
April 1,1806 


80 
80 


6 


June 1 & Dec. 1 
Aprill&Oct,! 


$100,000 
800.000 


$100,000 
900,000 


$100,000 
800,000 


Total 


$800,000 


$800,000 


$800,000 



7 



110 



BbPOBT of THR BaILBOAB C0MMIB8IONXB8. 



Cost of lUmd and Bqalpmont. 



BOAO. 



AddlOoDS or 
bettermeDts 



endii 



idinf 
80, le 



Total oort of 

BoAdaDd 

oqoJpuwiil 

op to June 80^ 

1808. 



Grmding and masonnr. 
Brldg«a. 



gpmtrncture (including ties). 



Land and land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight 'stations.' .' .* .* .' ! ..*!.' i 

Engine and oar houses, shops, machinery and tools. , 

Fuel and water stations 

Engineering expenses , 

Wharflng 

Warehouses 



Total cost of road. 



$88,800 45 
1,450 88 
80,887 95 
11,790 88 
8,H00 00 
4,484 88 
6,006 08 
0,408 80 
80686 
8,458 41 
8,888 45 



190,786 40 



|81,90r61 

6,0V 81 

06,118 88 

80,89184 

99,861 U 

4,789 96 

7,484 70 

9,668 89 

804 96 

7,890 81 

0,09141 

7,400 09 



$807,98918 



E^UXPMKNT. 

Locomotives 




$16,008 09 


Passenger cars 




I47S0I 


Freight and other cars '. . . . .V. . .V. .'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'. 


$417 80 


8,687 96 






Total cost of equipment 


$417 80 


$a8,n4 88 




$01,808 85 


$400,044 98 







Inoome Acoonnt for Tear Ending Jane 30, 1803. 

Qroas earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding aU taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

JVicoffie from other Kuroe*^ aafoUow»t vig. : 
Rent of warehouse and shops 



Oross inoome from all sources. 



Dedttctiont from income a$ fottow, vis. ; 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued. . . 

Taxes other than above 

Discount and interest 

Over charges on freight 



$1,900 00 

1,806 91 

54 46 

80 78 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1696. 



General Inoome Aoeonnt. 



Surplus for year endingJune 80, 1808 
Deficit up to June 80, 18BS, as 



Error discovered after report for II 
Correct deficit to June 80, 1808 
Total surplus June 80, 1608 



•rt 

had been made . 



$8,006 78 
401 18 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Ejlbnikqs. 



$84,189 81 
10,899 88 



$17,987 48 



S77 75 



$17,< 



18,841 46 



$4,S 



$4,8 



8,600 91 



$1,768 88 





Passenger. 


Freight 


Tbtal. 


Ft^igbt, all local 




$10,688 86 


$19,588 85 


Passenrnrn, all local , 


$11,010 60 

407 88 

8,671 06 


11. 010 0$ 


Slff^:!^.."^..:;;.;;....;:....;;:.... .... 


mZ 


IB M. ijresB ......................... i ... X X ....... i . 




9,671 08 










$14,068 46 


$10,086 86 


$84,188 81 







Bath and Hamhondspobt. Ill 

OPKBATDfG ESZPBRSXS. 

Mainienance of way and ttruoiuret : 

Bflpaks of track and roadbed 11,718 78 

Bmin of fltatiaiis, shops, docks, etc 88 80 

OtMT expenses for maintenaDoe of way and structiires 11 89 

Tbtal $1,76 816 

Mainienanee of equipment: 

BfllHihs of locomotlTes $1,488 88 

Bepatrsofcars 668 66 

TDtal $1,906 88 

OemdueHng fran«portation: 

Waces of oonductorB and men $1,887 46 

Wsffss of engineers and firemen 8,011 88 

Toel for looomotlTes 8,766 61 

00 and waste 816 66 

Water snpplj 48 76 

Wages oTstatioo agents and clerks 1,889 00 

Wans for lalxM* at stat tons 1 , 088 81 

Station supplies 10 89 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switdunen 88 90 

Total $9,940 18 

Oeueral exprnuee: 

flalarles of general officers and clerks $1 ,800 00 

Qeneial offloe ezpeoses and sappUes 805 18 

8lsik»ery and printing 884 71 

Outride agencies and adTertlsing 177 77 

f- f^ expenses 19 17 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 184 90 

Dsmage to cattle and property 90 00 

tadorles to persons 99 00 

Negraph maintenaoce and operation 104 77 

Hffleage of cars of other compiEUBies (debit balance) 860 88 

Other general expenses 411 56 

Total $8,19rS 

Grand total operating expenses $16,80088 

General Balaaoe Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 

Assns. 

Oostofroad $887,080 18 

Cost of equipment 88,714 86 

Omrrent asteU, aefoUows^ viz.: 

QMh on hand $888 18 

Openaoeounts 10,780 60 

11,179 68 

$411,817 68 

LiABiunxs. 

S??^'**^^ $100,000 00 

''todeddebt 800,000 00 

Omrreni liahiUtiety a» follow, vU.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $1,000 00 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 870 66 

Openacoounts 6,888 10 

Loans and biOs payable 8,600 00 

^. , , , 10,068 84 

P-oilt and loss (surplus) 1,768 88 

$411,817 68 

Traffic and Mileage StatiaUos. 

ITBM. All local 

\ imber of passengers carried 61,886 

i mber of passengers carried one mile 500,000 

1 mber of ions ox freight carried 80,867 

J mber of tons of freight carried one mile 800,000 

' bed train mileage 97,868 



112 



RbPOKT of the BaILBOAD O0MMI88IONBBB. 



Description of BoAd and Eqalpn&ent. 

MitoeovMdaU 
Taagk. la N. T. State. 

Ksin line from Bath to Hammondsport, single track 10.00 

Siding! and turnouts on main line 1-00 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 11-00 

Laid with steel raU, main line 10.00 

* Average life of rails — Steel, 90 years: aToraife life of ties, 8 years; weight of rails per yard - 
steel, 601bs; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ inches; ballasted with gniTel. 





Bruges. 


BffTIBB UXB IN KBW TOBX 
STATE. 




Number. 


*«X 


Iron bridges. 




1 
12 


ft 


Wooden Bridges. ...,,. - 


180 








Total 


,. 


m 







Equipmkmt. 






Locomotives, 4 drivers. . . . 

First-class passenger cars. 
Combination cars 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Goal freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

Service cars 

Total 



2 8 t 

8 2 S 

4 4 4 



8 

1 
4 
8 


8 
















11 


8 





Pa ss en ger, combination, and box cars are equipped with Westinghouse air brake. Miller 
coupler used on passenger and combination cars. 
Spring point switches In use on road. 

MUeellaneouB StatUtics, 

Itbm. Entire line la 

N.T. State. 

Ck>st of real estate now held by company, exclusive of that used in operation. . . . fO.OOO 00 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company 0,000 00 

Railroads crossing road at grade 

Highway crocdngs at grade without protection 8 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 1 

Passenger cars are heated by coal stoves, lighted by lamps and ventilated by side ventilaton 
in roof. 

Untted States A Wells. Fargo & Co. express run over line of road, at 18 cents per 100 lbs. on 
general merchandise, at 10 cents per 100 lbs. on graphs, butter and egx^ 

The mails are carried for a compensation regulated by the United States post-ofBoe depart- 
ment, based on weight of malls cairied, for a term of years. 



Bath and Hahmondspobt. 



118 



Ollloen of the Compmny. 

Nttme, Title, Official Addren. 

Cbas. W. Drakb President 88 Nassau street, N. T. city. 

M. F. Shkppard Vice-Presldeiit , Ftan Yan,N. Y. 

F. If McDowell Secretary Penn Yao, N. Y. 

FiLLjrK Campbxll Treasurer Bath. N. Y. 

H. 8. STKiimnvs Manager Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name, Re$idence. 

C&AS. W. Drakb New York city. 

M. F. Shkppakd Penn Yan, N. Y. 

F. M. McDowell Penn Yan. N. Y. 

B. 8. STKBBncs Hammondsport, N. Y. 

FBJLsrm Campbell «... Bath, N. Y. 

W. W. Allen Bath, N. Y. 

D. Bauder » Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Title of company, Bath and Hammondsport Railroad Oompany. 

GsDfral oflloies at Hammondsport. N. Y. 

Date of close of flaoal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday in December. 

For information concerning this report, address H. 8. Stebbins. 



BOSTON AND ALBANY. 

CDate of charter, November 8, 1870.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1802. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



9 


COMMON. 


Cash realised 

on amount 

outstanding. 




No. of shares. 


Total 
Par value. 


Authorised by law or charter. .................. 


800,000 
800,000 


'$S5',o66',o66 




tamed for acCual cash and now outstanding.. . . 


$86,180,888 60 



Number of stockholders. 



8,880 



FuiTDBO Debt. 



Debmiiation or 
Lnsr. 



Date. 



1 

I K per c^nt b<»d8.| July 1, 1876 
1 fe per cent bonds April 1,1888 
1 IS seven per cent! 
OBds on which in-l 



Total.. 



When payable. 



I 

Amount | Amount 

author- , outstand- 

ized. I ing. 



Jan. 1. July 1 : $8,000,000 I $8,000,000 
April 1, Oct. 1 8,868,000 1 8,868,000 



_L 



8,000 



$6,868,000 $5,861,000 



Cash 
realized on 
amount out- 
standing. 



$8,060,117 60 



$8,060,117 60 



16 



\. ' 114 Bbpobt of thb Bailroad Commissionbbs. 

^ Cost of Road and Equipment. 

Total coat vpto 

« Road. JimeM^un. 

GradliVtmaaoiiry and ballast $6,888,MS» 

BrldgM. I.l«,7ai8 

Superatnicture (indudlncr tieB) and rails S,796,MM 

Lsind damoRM and fences. 5,178,711 61 

FasMngerTmigbt stations, fuel and water stations 9,M7,817tt 

Engine and caNiouses, shops, machinery s nd tools. 1 ,an,718 n 

Bngineerine expenses 1,842,286 IS 

Purchase of constructed road 917,87588 

Riyerside branch. ^ <Sl,88B7e 

^ Improrements, Springfield. 561,78608 

Total cost of road |»,O80.9988r 



Equipmbmt. 
LocomoUyes $1,815,000 00 



Fisssenger, mail, baggage and express cars 488,000 00 

lYeigbt and other cars 1,448,400 00 

Total cost of equipment $8,145,400 00 

Grand total cost of road and equipment.' $88,945,808 87 

IneoDAe Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Qross earnings from operation $9,064,641 05 

Less operating expenses Cexduding all taxes) 7,180,108 98 

Net earnings from operation $8,884,588 87 

IneoTnefrom other Bourcet atfoUow^ viu.: 

Bentof buUdings $189,188 48 

Interest on current balances 18,049 94 

805,888 40 

Gross income from all sources $8,089,771 7T 

DeductioTiB from income cu/oUowt^ viz,: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued. .a. . . . $818,900 00 

Rentals .?.... 78,000 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 881,885 88 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 888,700 85 

1,010,885 98 

Net income from all sources $8,088,685 84 

Payments from net income <u follows, vix. i 
Dividends declared, 8 per cent on $96,000,000 conunon stock 8,000,(00 00 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 $88,866 84 

General Incon&e Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80. 1808 $88.886 64 

Surplus up to June 80,1898 188,8» 18 

Total surplus June 80, 1898 $151,114 97 



DSTAILBD STATSKSMT OF RXMTALS. 

Ware River Railroad $68.500 

Ptttsfleld and North Adams Railroad. 88.5i0() 

North Brookfield RaOroad 1,800 (> 

North Brookfleld Railroad, accrued 1,900 O 

Total amount of rentals dedacted from Income $78,000 < ) 



BosTOH AKD Albany. 



115 



Analycls of GroM Bamlncs and Operating Expeniiefi. 

EABMIKaS. 





PasMDger. 


Freight. 1 Total. 


fMrht, throocfa 12.887.888 07 




1 


fVvtobtk localTT. «'4»r'718 86 






$4,866,562 98 $4,886,562 92 


FMHOgen. through $1,887,716 29 

PMtwnanra local, 2 817 4fiO M 


$4,906,174 66 
214,686 52 
294,467 78 
96,282 78 






4,£06,174 66 


Mafl.... 




214,686 68 


KcpraM ;::::;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;: 




294,467 76 






96,282 78 


MbceUaneoiu, a$foUow9, viM.: 
EI«Ti^on,eto 


160,666 49 
99,860 61 


160.666 49 


ii_,JIj ^ • • • 

waw. , ... 




99,860 51 








ToftAi gr^tm turning* .... .... 


$4,809,661 78 


$5,156,079 92^ 


$9,964,641 65 







Opbratiho Expsnbbb. 



Maintenanee of %oay and structures: 

Repairs of track 

Steel rafla laid. 9,664.8 tons, cost. ... $818,268 00 
Steel rafla partly worn, 8^2 tom, 

ooat 88,906 00 

Repairs of roadbed 

" • of bridges 



CincludlDg culverte aod 



cattle guards^ .1 

Repairs of statioiis, shops, docks, etc. 
Repairs of fences 

Total 



$74,808 94 



189,098 78 
810,964 11 

180,664 67 
118,677 26 
11,062 62 



$894,176 88 



$84,016 46 



212,879 22 
849,879 40 

218,009 18 
188,179 15 
12,484 90 



$1,904,287 81 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of looomotiyes 

Re|>alrsor oars 

"" - ' lof machinery and tools , 



TbUl. 



$808,480 40 

801,818 88 

1,786 88 



$406,686 61 



$887,858 18 

640,594 60 

8,006 93 



$869,960 66 



OomducUng transportation: 
Wages of conductors and men . . 
WMes of engineers and firemen 

Pud for locomotiyes 

Ofl and waste 

Water topply 



Other train supplies or expenses. , 

Wages of station agento and clerks 

I for labor at stations 

I supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 
Other ex pen s es for conducting transportation . . 



Total. 



$871,271 44 
866,478 89 
888,861 18 
84,189 81 
80,175 06 
88,668 68 
119,157 68 
818,445 70 
48,507 68 
181,818 90 
8,855 00 



$1,598,848 56 



geaero i expense* : 

I of «tt-D*f ral otBoers and clerks . 



Btnd pHnTlng. 
ladT 



Omridf agemcl^ii anil adTcrtislng 

tun and damttire of freight and baggage . . . 

■asage to cattle qjid property 

iflurfes to penMiD^. '. . 

Megraph QiAit^tcmi^nce and operation 

cif cars of other companies (debit 



^JbtT iz^^^ral exj)«.-Diies . 
Total 



■and total operating ex^penses. 



$86,648 78 

21,074 88 

8,178 49 

8,744 88 

10,677 68 

1,858 98 

88,088 78 

10,878 84 



47,488 58 



$817,918 61 



$8,116,868 15 



$97,818 88 

88,660 46 

8,564 88 

4,805 98 

11,998 56 

1,408 83 

87,101 64 

18,817 98 

97,527 68 
77,968 88 



$866,969 87 



$4,014,885 18 



$158,819 40 



401,478 06 
660,868 51 

402,668 86 
851,756 41 
88,487 6a» 



$1,898,468 69 



$489,788 5& 

841,918 96 

3,798 81 



$1,876,496 87 



$898,644 66 


$760,916 09 


888,061 60 


544,589 89 


431,119 48 


814,970 66 


88,881 96 


78,461 17 


88,669 46 


48,884 50 


7.798 88 


41,446 40 


184,880 96 


258,988 58 


889,789 89 


463,175 50 


47,748 06 


90,849 64 


186,146 06 


857,864 96 


88,069 86 


81,884 86 


$1,778,088 79 


$8,871«878 84 



$188,966 96 
44,743 7» 
6,787 77 
7,950 81 
88 670 84 
8,668 86 
70,186 4» 
88,096 27 

97,587 68 
186,890 80 



$681,871 9S 



$7,180,106 8S 



118 



BSFOBT OF THE RaILBOAD OoUHISSIOITEBS. 





IN intW YOWt 8TATK. 


BNTIBS Un. 


BBIDOB8. 


Number.* 


^fS^* 


Number. 


^SX 


Stone bridffet 


8 
19 
5 


Feet 

161 
1,420.46 

421.50 


46 
156 
28 
10 


Feet. 
1,406.41 


Iron bridges 


lO.Tffi.tt 


Wooden bricUrae 


1,640.14 


Wooden tresOes 


8,884.72 








Total 


82 


2,006 95 


285 


17,119.11 







Eqdipmkmt. 



Looomotivee, 8 drivers 

Looomotives, 6 drivers 

Locomotives, 4 drivers 

Total 

Pirst-olass passeneer cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars 

Total 

Box freight cars , 

Stock f reiarht cars , 

Goal freight cars 

Ck>al freight cars, 4 wheels , 

Flat freight cars, 8 wheels 

Caboose, 4- wheel oars. , 

Caboose, 8- wheel cars. , 

Service cars 

Total 



n 
a4» 



ao^ooo 

196,460 
174,800 . 






40 

9 

153 



20i 



808 108,780 
66 57,270 1 



889 



808 

66 



859 








8,844 

54 

1,874 

288 

777 

75 

8 

245 

"6^616 


28,200 
27,975 
27,000 
9800 
20,570 
15,200 
25.600 


1,848 
29 
274 

8 

"1*86 


2,896 




8S 




1,060 








506 




48 




8 




81 










2,274 


4,soe 







Passenger and freight cars on road are equipped with Westlnghouse brakes, Miller, Trojan, 
Gould, Dowling and Thurmond couplers. 
Tyler and split rail switches in use on road. 



MisoellaDeoas Statistics. 



Item. 


In N.Y. State. 


Entire Une. 


Rallroadfl crossing road at grade ................... r ............ > 


! 
2 17 


Railroads crossing road over or under grade. 




4 
210 


HiorhwaT crossinn at ztbAa without Drbtection 


42 


Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 

Hiirhwav crossinffs over or under iTade^ 


14 

24 

10 


91 
178 


Over head obstructions less than 20 feet above track 


88 







Passenger cars are heated by steam, lighted by oil, 800 degrees, and gas. and ventilated hj 
windows In roof. 

Adams Express Company runs over line, and pays a fixed charge for a certain amount of 
space, and any excess is charged at a fixed rate. 

Wagner Palace Car Company runs its cars over the road. No contract, and no revenue there- 
from. 

Bed, White, Midland, Blue, Canada Southern. Milwaukee & Michigan lines do business over 
road, and use company's cars. The MerchanVs Despatch Transportation Company runs over 
road, and uses its own cars No preference given. 

Rate for transportation of mails made by United States Qovemment. 



BoeroH jlsd AlbAitt. 



119 



DCBORIPTION OF FHSIOHT MOTU). 

Itkm. Tonnage. 

floor 880,M9 

OnlB 660»«80 

Mattto and proTiaions 88, 878 

Liieitoek 806,000 

Lmiibar , 868;W6 

Fir awl bar iron and steel ICOMl 

few and other orea lg,4Sl 

Goal and coke 890,776 

FiBtraieum and other oIlB 104,0M 

ShipoMBta of manaf actored gooda reoelTed by railroad oompaniea within this 

State from manufactorieav^thln this State 900,100 

All other maanfacturea 818, 187 

AH other m«rchandi8i>> 874,«70 

AU other acriculturalproducta M8,780 

An other artSclea not Indnded above 659,856 

tyytal 4,614,066 





NOMBKB OF AooiDurra. 










Injured. 

80 

6 


Killed. 


Total. 


lBmpk>jffl 


1 
5 


» 


Otharn, not panBeugei a 


1* 






TUal 


96 


6 


88 







^ J number of persons employed (Including officials) during jear 6,087 

Aggretrate amount of salaries and wages paid them ^ $8,706,076 90 

Oflleers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Addreu. 

WiLUAM Bliss President Boston, Mass. 

Bdwjlrd D. Haydbn Vice-President Boston, Mass. 

Walitsb H. ButinBi (General Manager Boston, Mass. 

Samcbl Hoar General Oounsel Boston, Mass. 

Gbas. B. Btkvbvs Treasurer Boston, Mass. 

Fbakk H. Ratoliffb Assistant Treasurer Boston. Mass. 

HsmTT.QALLUP General Superintendent 8prlng£eld, Mass. 

AbthdbMilui General Traffic Manager Boston, Maas. 

HmrnT B. CHAPDf General Freight Agent Boston, Mass. 

Hamilton Perkiss Assistant Freight Agent Boston, Mass. 

AjBxma 8. Hansox General Passenger Agent Boston, Mass. 

Mtbox £. Babbbb Auditor Boston, f 

Gso.B. Gbigos Ticket Auditor Boston, ] 

JosBFBC.Miu.aB Freight Auditor Boston, Mass. 

Wm. H. Bdssbll Enfrineer Springfield, Mass. 

Waltbb Sbbpard Assistant Engineer Boston. Mass. 

Abtbub B. Uxdbbhill Superintendent Motive Power Springfield, Maas. 

Pmai D.^Adaxs Master Car Builder Boston, Mass. 



Holt. 



Paymaster . 



Boston, Mass. 



Directors of the Company. 

Natne. Residence. 

WiuLiAM Bliss Boston, Mass. 

JoBX CoxMnros Wobum, Mass. 

ZaxAs Cbaxb Dalton, Mass. 

Xdwabd L. Datis Worcester, Mass. 

GtaADXCET M. Dbpkw New York, N. T. 

SmrABO D. Hatdxx Wobum, Ma 

Edwabo B. Gillbtt Westfield. ~ ' 

Saxubl Hoar Concord, j 

Moaas Kucball Brookline, Mass. 

Jaoob a Roqbbs PeatxMly , Mass. 

Jaxbs a. Buxbill Springfield. Mass. 

C»*i.BB 8. Sarobkt B rookline, Mass . 

JoBx P. Sfauldixo Boston, Mass. 

Ittle of company, Boston and Albany Railroad Company. 

General offiosa at Boston and Springfield. 

Date of dose of flaoal year. June 80, 1808. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeUng, September 87. 18)8. 

For Information oonoaming this report, ad Iress M. s. Barber, Auditor, Boston, Mass. 



lao 



BbPOKT of the RaILBOAD O0MMI88IOKBB8. 



BROOKLYN, BATH AND WEST END. 

(Date of charter, January 88, 1870.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1800. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

Capral Stock. 





COMMON. 


PRBTKRRBD. 


Cash 
realized 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


No of 
shares. 


Total 
par yalne. 


on amount 

otttstand- 

inc 


Authorized by law or charter 

Issued for actual cash and now 
outstanding 


6,000 
0,000 


$000,000 
000,000 


1,000 
080 


$100,000 
08,000 




$068,000 







Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders 



$668,000 



Funded Dbbt. 





Date. 


i 


iNTianr. 


1 

Amount < Amount 

author- i outstand- 

ized. ; ing. 

i 


Cash 
realised 
onamouDt 
outstand- 
ing. 


Dbsionation of 

LIKN. 


1 


When 
payable. 


First mortgage, 
series A 

First mortgage, 
series B 


Jan. 1, 1887 


10-80 
80 
80 


't 

6 
5 


Jan. & July 
April A Oct. 
June & Dec 


$800,000 $800,000 
800,000 ! 800,000 
100,COO 1 08,000 


$800,000 


Second mortgage, 
series C... 


July 1, 1891 








Total 


$600,000 1 $608,COO 


$860,000 















Cost of Boad and Equlpn&ent. 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
30,1898. 



Total oosit 

of road and 

equlpaaent 

up to June 

30,1898. 



Cost of road to June 80, 1898 

Grading, masonrv and ballast, account of terminal connection. 

Superstructure (including ties) 

Ralls and fixtures 

Land., 



Switch timbers and crossing planks. < 

Passenger and freight stations. 

Engine and car-houses , 

Tuni-table 

HSnglneering expenses ( 

Sundry expenses, reconstructing road to dectricity., 



$860 90 

8,941 66 

841 48 

158 00 

189 87 

1,648 64 

81 88 

17 68 

464 88 

34,066 99 



$1,089,744 68 



Total cost of road.. 



$40,669 88 



$1,180.408 00 



E^UIPMVMT. 

Oost of equipment to June 80, 1808. . . . 

Purchase of new locomotive 

Purchase of new coaches 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment. . 



% 



,888 86 
,881 06 



$88,608 91 



$69,868 19 



$79,00? 06 



$106,970 97 



$1,888,674 97 



Bbookltn, Bath and West End. 

Dkthls of Additiokb or BnTSBMSiiTS DuftiNO TBI Tear. 

Ftirefaftie of new ties, aooount terminal oonnecUon 

FMwnger and freight station, Coney Island Junction $988 01 

Eztensloa West Brooklyn platform 18 66 

Tennlnal car, station signs and fixtures $111 74 

Swfteh timbers and crossing planks 189 87 

BsUast, tennlnal connection 

Ftasenger and freight station, Coney Island Junction, paint and lumber 

Oooey Island turn-table, iron 

Tsrminal connection, station signs and fixtures 

freoting platform. Forty-ninth street. West Brooklyn 

LsBd, real estate agent, per cent account terminal connection 

Engineer and ezpensee, account termioal connection 

flztorcs and furniture for Mew York and Thirty-ninth street, account terminal 

oonnectlon ; 

Fixtures and bracks, account terminal connection 

Extension of engine sheds at UnlonyDle 

Lsbor and material for erecting switches and semaphore at West Brooklyn 

Junction, account termioal connection 

Tennlnal connection fixtures and braces 

Sandry expenditures for reconstruction to electricity 

Equ^ment: 

Fttrdtaae of one new engine $7,888 85 

Fttrdtaae of six new passenger coaches 81 ,881 06 



121 



18,941 66 


966 67 


801 01 

809 96 

788 54 

17 58 

77 79 

16 98 

158 60 

110 00 


86 86 

80 04 

81 88 


160 44 

51 00 

81,566 99 



$40,660 88 



88,608 91 
$60,868 19 

Ineome Acconnt for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 

OnMB earnings from operation $106,518 77 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 118,510 81 

Groflsdeacit $4,966 64 

Dtdmetion* from ineome, at foUouM, vfo. ; 

Interast on funded debt due and accrued $88,915 69 

Rentals 95 88 

Toes on property used In operation of road 4,868 60 

Tues on earnings and capital stock 476 18 

iBterat on otber than funded debt 10,845 07 

44 700 71 

DeflcH for year ending June 80, 1808 $49,097 85 

Ctoneral Ineome Aeoount. 

Defldt for year ending June 80, 1898 $49,697 96 

IMettnptoJuneOO/lMi 47,888 06 

Total deficit up to June 80, 1898 $96,989 90 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

EARmNOS. 



16 





Passenger. 


Freight 


Total. 


1 lelglit, an local 




$1,078 74 


$1,078 74 

106,818 68 

76 64 


1 asraigriia. all local 


$106,818 66 
76 64 
68 08 

1,968 79 


1 IU..T....' 


1 cnigiia 




68 08 


^ieeOlaneout, MfoOowt, vfo.; 
1 iBtala of urouertT 




1,068 79 






Total 1^1 UBS wsi nln£S 


$107,440 08 


$1,078 74 


$106,518 77 





122 ' Bbpobt of thb Bailroad Commissionbbs. 

Opiiu,tiwo EzPKNsn. 
MtUntenanee of toay and Miructure* : 

Repairs of track and roadbed $6,079 82 

Repairs of bridses Cindudioff culverts and cattle-guards) 8S 70 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 1,041 88 

Otiier expenses for maintenance of way and structures 1,840 tO 

Total |0,8M66 

Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives $5,400 10 

Repairs of cars 4,941 80 

Repairs of machloeiy and tools 879 08 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment and shop clerk 086 87 

. Total $ll,i66 » 

Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men $10,008 86 

Wages of engineers and firemen 10,126 08 

Fuel for locomotives 10,084 88 

Oil and waste 614 84 

Water supply 188 74 

Other train supplies or exi>en8es 1 ,907 86 

Wages of station agents and clerks 0,108 98 

Wages for labor at stations 8,900 60 

Station supplies 8,864 80 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen 988048 

Other expenses for c >nducting transportation and rent 1,845 00 

Total $07,68 1 96 

General expenses : 

Salaries of general offloers and clerks $6,860 14 

General office expenses and supplies 796 87 

Stationery and printing 8,166 10 

Outside agencies and advertising 8,868 46 

Legal expenses and claims accrued in 1898, $4,826.06; In 1608, $6,118.78; total. . . . 10,088 61 

Teiegrapn maintenance and operation and telephone 490 65 

Mileage of cars of other companies Cdeblt balance) 854 06 

Totol $84.877 48 

Grand total operating expenses $118,510 81 

General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1803, 

ASSBTS. 

Cost of road $1,180,408 90 

Cost of equipment 106, 870 97 

Current assets, asfoUowSy viz.: 

Cash on hand $8,668 97 

Due by agento 06 00 

Open accounts 4,804 68 

Materials and supplies 8 , 060 81 

Unexpired taxes, etc 7,866 88 

1K,878 78 

Profit and loss (deficiency) 96,980 90 

$l,868,977"ii 

LtiBILITIES. 

Capital Stock $568,000 00 

Funded debt 668,000 00 

Current liabilities, as follows, viz.: 

Interest on funded and floating debt due and accrued $18,466 07 

Audited vouchers and pay rolls 1,848 SO 

Open accounts 77,974 87 

Loans and bills payable 168,208 86 

864,977 49 

$1 868 9i7 49 
Traffic and Mileage Statlstlos. ' 

Item. TotaL 

Numberof paasengers carried 1,168,781 

Number of passengers carried one mile 4,049,896 

Numberof tons of freight carried 1,S67 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 4,101 

Passenger train mileage is,780 

Freight train mileage 9,068 

Total train mfieage 184,866 



Beookltn, Bath and Wbbt End. 

Traffic and Mileage Statlttlos — (Oontlnued). 



128 



ITBM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Lofli. 


FMnogw earnliiKS and expenses (Inoluding 
A^wsce ber msBenirer carried 


$106,518 77 
0988 
0968 
804 


$118,510 81 
0971 
0880 
841 


$4,M6 54 
0048 


iTsnura per pansenffer per mile 


0012 




007 







Item. 
Oompated on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 
I knngB rate recelTed per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 



All local. 

Cents. 

8.6 



Description of Boad and Equipment. 

Track. 



Isia line from Brooklyn to Ooney Island, single track. 

Second tra^ on main line < 

I and turnouts on main line 



Qrand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. 



LsU with steel rail, main line. , 
UM with iron rail, main line. . 



Miles owned, aU 
in N. Y. State. 

6.04 
6.14 
8.79 



16.60 



18.85 
8.66 



AtsrtgB life of rails — steel, 16 years; iron, 10 years; average life of ties, 5 years; weight of 
ndB par yard — steeL maximum, K lbs. ; minimum, 60 lbs. ; iron, maximum, 40 lbs. ; minimum, 
35 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ faiches; ballasted with gravel and broken stone^ 



Bridges. 


■MTIRE LINE IX IfEW TORS 
STATE. 


Number. 


^ISSSf* 


Iron bridges .• 


8 


1^ 







Bqvipmxmt. 



11 



H 



e' 



els 



LoeoBollveSi 4 drivers. , 



$7,000 00 



60,000 



90 



Ttatdas passenger cars 

Fintdass passenger cars, open. 
Biaage, mall snd express cars. 



TMal. 



$8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 



55 



80,000 
7,000 
8,000 



55 



16 
88 



48 



. Bttfretgfatean. 
Ptcy 



Totel. 



14 



$500 00 

"iio'oo 



16,000 

'siooo 



i^ Taonnm brake and Ooweil automatic coupler and buffer on all psssenger oars. 

All point swltchea in use on road.; 



124 



KePOBT of THB BaILROAD C0MHI88IONSR8. 



Miscellaneous Statistics. 

ITKM. ' Entire line li 

N. Y. State. 

Telef^raph owoed and operated by company, miles 6.0^ 

Railroads crossing road at f?rade 2 

Railroads crossing road over or under grade 1 

Highway crossings at grade protected oy gates or flaormen 11 

Passenger cars are heated by Spear heaters lighted by center kerosene lamp*, and ventilated 
by jpateot top ventilators, 
west End Express Company runs over line at 40 per cent of net earnings 
Contract with United States government for transportation of mails at $900 per year. 

Description or Frsioht Movbd. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Peromt. 


lilour 


W8 

60 
194 
103 

1,855 
60 
60 
85 


55.8S 


Meats and provisions , 


t 


Lumber 


7.44 


Petroleum and other oils 




Shipments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories within this State 


.0 

as.oi 


All other manufactures 


s 


All other merchandise 


8 


Dairy products 


1.50 






Total 


1,867 


100 







NUVBBR OP AOCIDEMTS. 





Injured 


Killed. 


TMaL 




51 


2 


81 







Employes. 
Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



141 
$80,470 00 



OIHcers of the Company. 

Title. Official Addrtm. 

President Philadelphia, Pa. 



Name. 

John McNeill 

C. Ford Stevens Secretary and Treasurer Philadelphia, Pft. 

H. R. Newkirk Superintendent Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name, BeHdenee, 

John McNeill Philadelphia, P*. 

J. R. Bebtem Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Wm. C Watt PhOadelpbla, Pa. 

Q. Richard Nicholls PhOadelphla, Pft. 

Chas a. Pearson, Jr PhtladelpliJa. Pa. 

RM. Murray New York city. 

Chas. C. Howard New York dty. 

Fred A. ScHRAim New York dty. 

Title of company, Brooklyn, Bath and West End Railroad. 

Qeneral offices aUt comer of Montague and Clinton streets, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders^ annual meeting, second Thursday hi November. 

For information concerning this report address C. Colne, Auditor. 



Baooklyn akd Baiohtok Beaoh. 



12B 



BBOOSXYN AND BBI0HTOK BEACH. 

(Dftte of charter, September 2, 1887.) 



For Urtory of organisation, etc., aee Report of 1882. 

Capital Stoek and Fnnded Debt. 

Capral Stock. 





COKMON 




Cash 
realized 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 

ouistand- 

inir. 


▲othoviied by law or charter, 
ca aeooont of construction and 


5,C0O 


$500,000 


5,000 


$500,000 


$1,000,000 



Orii d totai of oonomon and preferred stock now outstandinff . 
Kmatar of stockholders 



$1,000,000 
89 



FuKDKD Debt. 



Dmxquatiok op 

LiKK. 




1 
1 

40 




niTRRBST. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 


Cash 
realised 


Date. 


1 


When 
payable. 


on amount 

outstand- 

hig. 


rkit mortgage b'ds. 


Sept. 1, 1887 


Sept. 1, 1987 


$500,000 


$500,000 


$i06,884 60 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



^idiBg, masonry and bailast . 



ftUMsUucture (indudhig ties). 



^w and freight stations. . 

agine and car-houses. , 



QMSt machinery and tools.. 
m sad water seal 



1 sad water stations. , 

ogisaering ezpenses 

{■west and discount charged to construction. 

lanl expenses 

vBee furniture 

Tvisgrsph line 

Hotel furniture. 



BsUdiDgs and grounds, 
water mains at O 



Coney Island. . 
Tout cost of road 



EqUIPMCMT. 



^eoBoCiTes 

j y i w a ge r cars 

rrtlght and other cars 

Total cost of equipment 

^*<iBd total cost of road and equipment . 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
ao, 180 s. 



$200 00 
257 Si 



Total cost 
of road and 
» quipmeot 
up to June 
80, 1808. 



$884,608 98 

89,774 88 

06,807 94 

:5,«08 97 

519,«80 88 

18,860 48 

48.588 90 

14.896 74 

1,006 75 

8,7»1 80 

15,975 71 

1,115 34 

4,066 77 

800 00 

8,965 07 

;B000 00 

394,099 76 

1,000 00 



$4,125 16 I $1,575,184 SO 



2,667 84 I 
1,000 00 I 



$44,661 82 
62,589 66 
8,666 68 



$4,125 16 



$ir,85e 60 



$1,666,040 86 



128 Bbpobt of thb Bailboad Commissionxbs. 

AU local. 

Imc Oeots. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 1 .6S 

Average rat^ received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes 2.8S 

Description of Boad and Equipment. gji (q ^w^ 

Track. York State. 

Main line from Atlantic avenue to Brighton Beach (Coney Island), single track. . 7.50 

Second track on main line 7.50 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 2.86 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 17.96 

Laid with steel rail, main line 7lo 

Average life of rails — steel, SO years; average life of ties, 5 years: weight of rails per yard — 
steel, 56 lbs. ; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ inches; iMtUasted with gravel. 





Bridois. 


8TATK. 




Number. 


'^^ 


Iron bridges 



8 
1 


1,680 


Wooden bridges 


175 


Wooden treses 


100 








Total 


12 


1,8S6 







EqmvumxT. 



Locomotives, 4 drivers. 



I 
§ 

I 



0,400 



fi 



First-class passenger cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars. , 

Total 



42 
2 


26,000 
26,(;00 




42 
2 


42 

2 


44 






44 


44 



Box freiffht cars 


1 
6 

1 


16,000 
15,000 
15,000 


5 
2 
2 




t 


Flat freight cars 




Service ^uv 








Total 


8 









1 







Westinghouse and Eames' vacuum brake and Miller buffer coupler in use on passenger oars. 
Horton split switches on line of road. 

Misoellaneous Statistics. 

Entire line in 
ITXM . N. T. State. 

Telegraph owned and operated by company 8.6 

Highway crossings at grade protected oy gatesor flagmen 18 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 11 

Passenger cars are heated by steam, lighted with oil and ventilated by Creamer patent venti- 
lators. 
Westootfa Express Company runs over line at $100 per year. 



Brookltn and Bbiqhton Beaoh. 129 

Dbscription of Frbioht Movbd. 

Itbm. Tonnage. 

MmU and proyWonfl M 

Lnmber 185 

Goal and ooke 140 

Pstroleom and other oils 140 

All other merchandiae 1 ,085 

▲U other agricultural producta 2,996 

An other articies not Included above 5,407 



Total 9,880 



Number of Accidbmts. Injured* 

Punngera 1 

OChera, not employee I 



Total 4 



Emflotbs. * 

Average number of peraona employed (hioluding offldala) during year 71 

Afgregate amount of aaiariea and wagee paid them $81,711 08 

Oflicera of the Company. 

Name, Title, Official Address. 

Jambb Jordan Preaident 44 Court at, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bdvard L. Lanoford. Secretary and Treaa 44 Court st., Brook^n, N. Y. 

Wm. Fdilbt Superintendent 44 Court at., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dlreotora of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Jambb Jouroam Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Aarok 8. Bqbbimb Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wm. M^RaHAfj. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Abraham B. Batub Brooklyn, N. Y. 

0ROBaB L MuRPHT Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Uriel A. Muroook New York city. 

bVABD L. Lanoford Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Title of company, Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad Company. 

OaBeralofflceaat44 Court atreet, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bate of doae of Hacal year, June 80. 

Date of atockholdera' annual meeting, aecond Tueeday in September. 

For Information concerning thia report, addresa Edward L. Lang^ord, Secretary and 



BROOSXYN AND BOOKAWAT BEACH. 

CDate of charter, December 4, 1863.) 



] ir history of organization, etc., aee Report of 1893. 

I Dce that date, or contract entered into February, 1891, there has been added to the road and 
tq ipment and to the acceasory propertiea of the company, improvementa aa aet forth in the 
ea P<uiT''a report for i he year ending June 80, 1890. These Improvements are represented by a 
bQ ied Indebtedoeaa of $85,000, and secured by a conaolidated mortgage on the entire proper- 
tte , frnnchiaea, etc, haying forty yeara to run from April S8, 1801, bearing six per cent intereat. 
Tl I covera alao a refunding of pre-existing bonded indebtedness consisung of first mortgage 
^ da to the amount of |58;000, and improvement bonds remaining in force to the amount of 
^ Ml 

] irtber bHterment hiduding complete laying of second track, furnishing of a second ferry 
^ ; the acquirement of additbnal landa, etc., will have reached a proper stage to figure in the 
la ; annual report. 

17 



130 



Bepoat of thb Bailboad Commissioners. 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



Number 
of 1 



Total 
parralne. 



Cuh realized 
on amount 
outstanding. 



Authorized by law or chuler, and issued for 
actual cash and now outstanding 



8,000 



$160,000 



$150,009 



Number of stockholders. 



Funded Dkbt 





Date. 


1 


nrrwiKST. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Oadi 

realized 

on amount 

outatand- 

Ing. 


DSSIQNATION OF 

Lien. 


i 


When payable. 


Consolidated mr'ge. 


April S8, 1891 


40 


PC. 


May and Not. 


t«60,000 


$186,000 


$185,000 



Cost of Boad and Bqulpment. 



BOAD. 


Additions or 
bettermento 
during year 
endingJune 
80,1888 


Total cost 
of road and 
eQulfMnoDt 
up to June 
80,1888. 


Sundries. 

fViflf, nf rnAfl iiTi t/> .Tiinn fV) 1 80(2 


$807 85 


$807 89 
' 868,888 81 








Total cost of road 


$907 85 


$^8,510 97 



*£quipiiei«t. 
MilII. hikiraM|o« AxiA Axnrefls cam 


t$8,080 80 1 $68,410 88 






Total cost of cauioment • 


t$8,080 80 


$68,410 SB 






Grand total cost of road Mid eQulnment. ... t r . . . . 


t$l,883 45 


$481,861 88 







Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 



Gross income from all sources 

Deductions from income^ aafoUows, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 

Bentals 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 

Taxes other than above, expenses of Railroad Commissioners.. 



Net income from all sources 

Payments from net income^ as follows^ viz. : 
Dividends declared on $150,000 common stock. . , 



$11,100 00 

883 84 

1,117 84 

547 78 

184 08 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893. 



$77,966 78 
45,067 8r 

$80,878^ 



18,179 64 
$17,705 67 

0,000 00 
$8,705 67 



* All equipment furnished since February, 1801, is included in the general contract heratn- 
before referred to and not separable under the heads here given, 
t Credit., 



Brooklyn and Eookawat Bsaoh. 131 

General Income Aooount. 

BDrploi for jear ending June 80, 1808 $8,706 07 

8Dr|ilii8uptoJane80,18» 07,298 8^ 

$100,004 40 
Add net intereet and dtooonnt for year and credited 889 67 

$100,884 18 
DeducHong: 

Ents erroneouabr charged on balance sheet by Treasarer D. C. 

Iittlfl()olin as of June, 1890, as being due and not credited to the 

foUowlnsr persons to oalance their accounts: William Waroer & 

Son .rr. $860 00 

M. Morrison, $86: H T, Rigby. $176 800 00 

ai>aTld,S100rWilllamMcPaU,$100; J. Jacobs, $60 860 00 

Additional allowance to H. T. King for music account, 1801 and 

1808 805 18 

1,005 18 

Total surplus June 80, 1896 $106,888 "oS 

DsTAiLBD Statement of Rbmtals. 

Bent of ceneral office, part of year at 846 Fulton street and from April 1, 1808, 
at «» Washington street....: $888 84 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Fnritftit.. all local 




$881 60 


$881 50 


PfiftrwrTTB, all local 


$07,697 00 
7,987 88 


67,097 OO 


MiaceiianemUj a» follow, viz.: 

ToOsCooal) $519 88 

Mboeliaaeous 498 45 

Itfliitai intvnnA aooount 6.986 00 


7,987 88 










$76,684 88 


$881 50 


$76,966 78 







Opbratiko Expenses. 
Maintenance of roay atid atructur'e*: 

Brnpain of track , 

Bepairs of roadbed 

Bepairsof bridges (including culverts and cattle guards^ . . . . 
Bepfdrs of stadons, shops, docks, etc 



Beoatrs of fences 
Other exp 



expenses for maintenance of way and structures. . 
Total 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Bepairsof locomotiTes. 

Bepairsof cars ■ 

Bepairs of machinery and tools. 



Total. 



Conducting transportation: 

Wdk^tT.^ .4 . ^ jjtiiict' irs and men 

WtKiA of en^lceenB and firemen 

Fod for ii.<»mGtl¥<js 

OQ ajid ATABttf 

Water supply 

Otlur tram supp)ff4 or expenses 

Wcg^a of KiAtli kh agents, gatemen and clerks. . 

Wft^eg for IaIkpt ut stadons 

SiaUod »u|»plie8 . . , .• 

^ndistrf bute^i lUiuB of supplies account 

Wag^ of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 
Other cxpeRBt^p for conducting transportation. 
Err^n^tes erf rerr>- 



Total . 



$887 81 


110 89 


12 5a 


866 71 


15 00 


80566 


$1,097 50 


$1,607 50 


1,787 54 


47 97 


$8,841 08 


$8,904 OO 


4,060 60 


4,175 08 


351 68 


1,188 88 


318 71 


1,881 38 


10 OO 


27 46 


106 87 


1,960 68 


1,887 07 


10,194 68 


$88,506 37 



132 



RbPOBT of THB BaILSOAD C0MMI88IONSB8. 



General t^ptnsfJi : 

8fJ«i« at K«n«ra] cmcers and derki $8,6tt 80 

UvfiOTH] i^fRcfj *■ ip^cuieii mid supplieB 100 74 

fitfttfoDery ond prfntiri^ 1,880 4 

Outskle Ji^ncii'3 and advertising 8B6 15 

Police and p&rki 879 17 

Ekectn^^ lighting,.,,, 791 « 

Incideotals , „ 806 41 

Insurftd ce *,,..,, 1 ,484 fiO 

ftluKlc account. ........ 928 8! 

loj iirle* to peri»>tui ..,,...»..... 840 46 

TeiephoDfc ierviee . 886 6Q 

lUf]3Ceiiiuict' land and buildln|^ 810 51 

Other ^neral expetiaee 188 87 

Total < 7. $11,808 68 

Grand total operAtlng eatpeoses $46,087 87 

Gfliivral tfalance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

A89ET8. 

OMtor nmd $868,540 97 

OoMof equlptiietit ,. 88,410 » 

Currenf a^^rfi*, os /oUows, viz,: 

Caah an hiDd ....... . , $4 , 868 68 

J. S. Morruw Asaociatloii 60,066 61 

KiDs^ Cvuuty Elevated Hailwaj 886 74 

Fulton EleifAt^ Railway Co, 9 00 

Brooklyn Eli-vatf.'d Railway Oo 5880 

W Wftrner & Syu 586 00 

J. Btidmore 50 00 

C. Darte 8S0C0 

W. McFaU 8S8 00 

H. T. KtniC........ , 1,504 70 

EuiilSthiillein, 900 90 

Robftrt Klthcauth 100 00 

J- Jacobs „ 60 00 

SuapeUBti aiHJoudt, iuteojat acd discount 8,896 82 

Eufcln^^rluK 4»Kp«naefl od (K^nfltnictloD 1,018 90 

, 88,186 80 

$486,077"i6 

LlABILITIBS. 

CaplLalitock $150,00000 

Funded debt.... * .,. 186,000 00 

Carrtnt tiubiiiiie»i fts/oWoww, viz.: 

Intereet on fundiKl debt due tuid accrued $4,481 67 

Audited voiieiaers amJ pnv rolls 5,816 51 

Loan« iLod biUs payable /. 84,500 00 

44,748 18 

Prollt and lorn (siu-pliiB> 105,888 08 

$485.077"l 8 

Traffic and BUleas^e Statistics. 

Itdc. 

Hutulief of pasaenffBra carried 

Number of pasaeb^er^ oLrrif^d one mile 

dumber of toua of freight carried 

Number of tonsfi^ of f rel^Lit cair fed one mile 



AUIoosL 
687,986 

4,099,118 
5,080 
6,890 



Dt^soriptlon of Road and Equipuient. 

Miles owned, all 
Track. in N. Y. Bute. 

Main line rrotn EiMit >>w Ynrk to Canarsie LAnding, Jamaica Bay, single track, 8.50 

BidJDjpTB and tttruoutn rm mahi line 1-85 

Cjrand toUl of iracfas, aiding and turnouts 4.75 

Laid with steel r^l, main Une 9.80 

Laid with irt m raU, malti line. , 1 .00 

Avi^raj^ life of mlb — iron. 10 years; average life of ties, 8 years; weight of rails per yard— 
■te«], moxlmuiu, ^ lbs.; miiiLinum, 50 lbs.; iron, maximum, 50 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ 
Inehes; ballait<*d with Hand and coal ashee. 




BbOOKLYN and JIOOKAWAY BsAOH. 138 

D«8orlptloD of Road and Eqaipment — (Continued). 





1 




1^^ 


"5 Si 


ft 


Equipmbnt. 


o 

1 


|| 






r 1 

6%S 




% 


< 


> 


S5 


^ 


T^ooomotiTW, 4 drWon. 


3 


$6,U00 


40,000 


8 


a 







Flnt-daaB paiienger can. . 
nat£re|gfat cars 



17 I $1,600 I 



Eames' racuum brakes and patent couplers on passenger cars. 

Patent tongue-switch only in use on road. • 

Sllscellaneoas Statistics. 

Entire line in 
ITXM. N. T. State. 

Bsflroads crossing road over or under grade (Fulton Elevated Rj.) 1 

All Important crossings are protected Isy flagmen during the summer season and at two most 
inmortaot crossings by gates. 

Psswnger cars are heated by coal stoves, lighted by kerosene lamps and ventilated by windows 
in sides and roof of closed cars, but most of cars are open cars for sununer use only. 



Description of Frkiqht Movkd. 
Item. 



Ooalaodooke 

All other merchandise 

AH other artides not Included above. 



Tonnage. 

900 

4,000 

180 

750 



Total. 



6,060 



Officers of the Company. 

A7»n«. TiHe, Official Addreu. 

HnmT H. Adaiis President 308 Washington Bt., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JosKPH EL Paurb, Jr.. Becretaiy and Treasurer. 808 Washington 8t, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JSSSiJS^:::::::: \^^t^-o<^t^..\ ^^li^'=S^^,n.Y. 



Directors of the Company, 
Name, Residence. 

Hbtbt H. Adams 1275 Herkimer Bt., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

FAx Campbell 1815 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jammb H. FBOTHoroBAM Brooklyn, N. Y. 

James Jodrdak Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Beth L. Kbxmet 231 Claremont Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Tbomas E. Pearsall Brooklyn, N. Y. 

H. J. ROBINSOH New York city, N. Y. 

TItte of company, Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach Railroad Company. 

General offices at 808 Washington street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, Jime 80. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeting, June 22. 

Pbr information oonoeming this report, address Joseph E. Palmer, Jr., Secretary and 



1^4 



Keport of thk Raili:oai» CuMMiaSIOKKRe, 



BUFFALO, BKADFORD AKD PITTSBURGH. 

|jK,SaKC— Nkw Vi'RK, L.KK\i. KllIR AND Wj-JaTlCRN 

(DjjIu of i^JmrU'r ii.H^i]?^hlk^t?i.l u»iij^ Murcli 4, ]S5li » 

HuiTab* and ^Viij1fi>nr innnrpnratjvi dy h|h>ij:I!iI art if STutf nf PirnnMyKaiiin, Mareli H, l^'Je. 
Buifalotirnl PitUbur^Ji lncL>r]ii»nit/ il liinJt-r nj-neml rAilrimil lirt nf Krw V'urk of ISIU. 
FSiifTrilj atHl P[Ush(irL'iiTi R. 0> »>r^^JiTu/i'4 iii Ni»w Vi'rk OuTolotr l\ 1S5;3. 
ISufTiilo luiiJ BraOCfrrj \{ RC^t nr^xAnuvd In Pt^nnsj'katiin March IJ, THld 

I firtifluuk* nf ciiUhtMliiljitSun nieil in pj^pusyj^rmm fVhmiiry „ti, iy.M>, nnd In New York Jlrtrcitii, 

(VrliticaTe iif cons OiilfiEin^ji nlt^d [tt Pnutisylviinki Fi?bi'iiarv "4(1. ISb'J, imdtfr Authority iifi^Mi bf 
ci>nftf »I I d at ii>ti g L at ij i ■ ■ i >f y 1 1 1 y I'O. 1 8:»7 . 

I F'Hjflrait' lUfjil in Kt'v\ Viirlt mttlt^r noir^npili'. l-»n Ntidiile of NVw Yimr!, Hated April 6, Jd^M. 

m t'aiiKal Sim |4 litu] KuiMh it Ill'ld, 



NuJiLhtT 

of tiharen. 



Par rftlue. 



A lUhonstf d hy luw or rharief , , , Unlini itf d - 

[b^'^iit'd fur actual i.itsh ami oti ocooush of ronsfrdrtion and rio\v 
ii1lt8tuU(IitlK ' ,,,,.,, ,,...,. "_*^2,?&1 






.Vinrttwr uf ^t-tL-khulLler.'J.. 



li 



hlSaiOSAf IO> OF 



Iljlto 



yi' rIffiiA'f I'Mjidti .,.. .(tin I, IHO.-j • :;i 



Fi'Mji o mm. 

Artiuiiiit Ainnubl i^Hiked 

antlior imt^tjmd- on Auwnut 

X VV JiHn uf'ii triK uui^tAod 

5 pnvyulfJiv I In^f. 

'J r 

r Jjtii. .Hrn] .(lily J^2j)Oi.(.HM) fl'-iHfl.OCO SodiJ,OW 



ro'.t lit l£tl:o1. 

J Hails ^ f tl("* orlj.^ii)fU cost tif thi.^ r.<iiil juv not Mliijijnri^te It w jvk dt^fra^od hy the liiaut? af 

hi-ridHJinil st.-i'L>j of till' two Vivulfi n in^dirlMln;,' (othe contfUOtMr^ r^r btjildiii^- tht-ir resj>evtir.; 
rundft. Tilt' CMSt. tJiPTcforM, in jdpLmt nt Wt*^ in^r value of Jiiieh stm k ami huinls. with the addl- 
Itoi of I'tetltntiumts pul 'in fltrn'i.^ tlje KrU* r'^k (i.--.sf»Hf;i,oh The n^puL ho*\ever. Is reHponslU* 
f^r the folli'ivln^^ vU 



Cuijlt^ii^t'^i'k. ,i , .,,,., 

Koiul!^,. ., , , 

A*t*anee*i iJijide for liiri terinentH; ^.,., , , » 



IfE'iAii-^ uf AjmjTio^.Hi o;t KKin)ci;MKVr.'i In tc]>>i ttik Yk.^ii, 



Raib. 



Ahijkth 



i'^Mil I if roiwL, . 






|4.J7^ 07 



$a,lH.3JiS 



* I'l^r nhara 



BovFALo, Bbadiobd aitd Pittbbitboh. 



185 



Liabujtibs. 

GMtalitoek t8,986,«)0 00 

rondeddebt 680,000 00 

AdTuioe»-Brie BAOw«y Company 1108,664 40 

Adranoet— New York, Lake JSrie and Western BaUroad Oom- 

pany 144,861 88 

»47,916 S8 



$8,114,816 88 



Oflloen of the Company. 

Name. TitU. Official Addreaa. 

J. LowBKR Wwtjsa President Philadelphia, Pa* 

A. & McDoKouoR Secretary 21 Cortlandt St., New York olty. 

Xdwibd WHrns Treasurer 21 Oortlandt St, New York city. 

Dlreotors of the Company. 
Name, Beiidenee. 

J. LowBSB Wbuh Philadelphia, Pa. 

W. ▲. Mat Scranton , Pa. 

Datzd H. Jack Bradford, Pa. 

Abbam K. Johhson Bradford, Pa. 

JoBM Knro New York city. 

E. B. Thomas New York city. 

A. R. MoDoHonoH New Yorkci^. 

Title of Oompany, Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsbuivh Railroad Company. 

Qenera] offices at 81 Cortlandt street, New York cOj. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, September 80. 

Date of stockholders* f^jm nVi meeting, second Monday in June. 

For hiformation concerning this report address A. R. McDonough, P.O. box 889, New York city, 



BUFFAIiO CKBEK. 



Lnnv— New York, Lakk Erik ako Wcstirn and Lehioh Vallbt Railroad Ooxpaniis. 
(Date of charter, January 25, 1809.) 



For history of organizati<»i, etc., see Report of 1809. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOIOCON. 


Cash 
realised 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Authorised by law or charter, issued for actual cash and 
^otal DOW outstanding 


2,500 


1260,000 


$260,000 





of stockholders. 



11 



FUNDBD DkBT. 





Date. 


1 


XNTKRX8T. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 


DmONATXON OF 

Tan. 


1 


When 
payable. 


realised 

on amount 

outstand" 

tog. 


Fit mortgage 


Jan. 1, 1882 
Jan. 1, 1891 


86 
60 


V 

6 


Jan. & July 
Jan. & July 


$260,000 
♦1,000,000 


$260,000 
288,100 


$260,000 


IWaL 


$1,000,000 


$488,000 


$260,000 



The last authorised issue of $1 ,000,000 bonds wUl cover the $250,000 first issued when tber 
b oms due, so that the total amount authorized wiU stand at $1 ,000,000. 



138 



BbPOBT of THB RaJLBOAD C0MHI88IONEB8. 



MlsoelUuieous StatlBtlM. 

Entire line iB 

Item. N. T. State. 

Cost of real eetate now held by company, exclusive of that used In operation. . . 146,000 00 

Oflleeni of the Company. 

Name, Title, Offleidl Addreu, 

HoBAOB A. NoBLB PresldeDt 867 Washington St., Buffalo, N. T. 

John R. Wiluams Treasurer 857 Washington St., Buffalo, N. T. 

Fraitk F. Wzlliamb Secretary Erie Co. Savings Bank BuOding, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Directors of the Company. 

Name, Retidenee, 

HoRACB A. Noble Buffalo, V. T. 

John R. Williams Buffalo, N. T. 

Robert H. Williams Buffalo, N. T. 

Frank C. Ferguson Buffalo, N. T. 

Frank F. Willlims Buffalo, N Y. 

John L. Wiixi<^^ms Buffalo, N. T. 

Arthur H. wiluams Buffalo, N. T. 

TiUe of company, Buffalo Creek Transfer Railroad Company. 
General offices at room 67, No. 867 Washington street, Buffalo, N. T. 
Date of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, fourth Monday in June. 

For information concerning this report, address H. A. Noble, room 07, Coal and Iron 
Exchange, Buffalo, N. T. 



BUFFALO ERIE BASIK. 

Operated bt New York Central and Hudson Rttbr Railroad. 
(Date of charter, July 8, 1876.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capftal Stock. 







CMh realised 




Number 
of shares. 


Total par 
ralue. 


on amouDt 
outstaodiBg. 


Authorised by law or charter 

Issued on account of construction and now out- 
standinar 


800 


980,000 00 
18,608 19 




918,606 19 







Number of stockholders. 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Grading and masonry . 
BaUast 



Total cost of road. 



Total cost of 
road and eanip> 

mentupto 
June 80, 18BB. 
110,008 19 
8,500 00 

. 918,608 10 



Description of Road and fqnlpment. 

Track. 



Miles owned, 
all in New 
York State. 



Main line from New York Central and Hudson River Railroad track to Erie 
Basin dock, Buffalo city, laid, single track .86 

The New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, for the prlTilege of psasiog can 
over the tracks to and from the dock for the receipt and delivery of freight, nialntains the road. 



Buffalo Ebir Basin. 



189 



Name. 

f . TlLLDfOBAST . 



Oflleers of the Company. 

Title, 
Seorotaiy and Treasurer. , 



Official Addreu. 
Buffalo, N. T. 



Directors of the Company. 



Name. 

Jamm TnjuaiQRAaT. 

0. Vamdkbbilt 

W. K. Vajtobbilt. . 
F. W. YAMtmaBwr . . 
ar.BABon 

1. D. WoBanrsB . . . 

OLO. Olabxb 

aiLDKPEW 

J.iLTtncKt 



Tttis of oompany, BufliJo Erie Basin Railroad Company. 

Oasnl offloea at Buffalo, N. T. 

Ckilo of close of flaoal year, Deoe-nber 80, 1808. 

Tor Informatioo concerning this report, address James TlUlnghast. 



Beeidenoe. 
Buffalo, N. T. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
NewYork. 



BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND EBIB. 

Lessor. 

LsssEB — New York, Laub Ebu and Wkstkbh . 
(Date of charter, October 90, 18B7.) 



For hlstofy of organisation, etc., see Report of 180S. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



Aotkarisedb^^ law or charter 

' 1 for actual cash and now outstanding . 



Number 
of shares. 



15,000 
9,600 



Total par 
▼alue. 



$1,600,000 
960,000 



V^HDttD DSBTf 



UmaaMA'nojs or 



June If 1876 



«! 



Wben 
pafiLb]^. 



junel^ I>ec.! 



Amount 

author- 
ized. 



ie,aao,ooo 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



99,880,000 



realised 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



99,880,000 



Co»l of Boad nnd Equtpment. 

total cost of road and equipment up to June ^, 1800 *^..... 



$3,880,000 00 



\ 



140 KePOBT of the BaILROAD C0MMI88IONEBS. 

Income Account for Year Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

Qro88 income from all sources, as follows, viz.: • 
Amoimt received as rental from lessee $888,100 00 

Deductions from income, as follows, viz.: 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued 166,000 00 



Net income from all sources I71«500 00 

Payments from net income, as follows, viz.: 

Dividends declared, 7 per cent $66,600 00 

Organization expenses 6,000 00 

71,600 00 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1803. 

Assets. 
Cost of road $8,880,000 00 

Other permanent investments, as follows, viz. : 

Stock of other companies $400 00 

Bonds of other companies 1 ,800 00 

V 1,600 00 

Current assets, as follows, viz. : 
Cash on hand , 61,667 86 



$8,888,lgr 86 

Liabilities. 

Capital stock $Of4),000 00 

Funded debt 2,880,000 00 

Current liabilities, as follows, viz. : 

Dividends unpaid 807 90 

Bonds, old Corning road not exchanged 1 ,800 00 

Unavailable assets 400 00 

Profit and loss (surplus) 60,COO K 

$8,388,187 86 



Ofllcers of the Company. 

Name. Title. OJJlcial Address. 

Daniel N. Lockwood. . . . President Buffalo, N. Y. 

John Clinton Gray Secretary and Treasurer 116 Broadway, New York cfty. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name. Residence, 

Thomas Brown, Jr SoottcvUle, N. Y. 

D. N. Ix)Ckwood Buffalo, N. Y. 

Hbnrt H. Cook New York city. 

John A. C. Gray New York dty. 

C. H. Daniels New York cl^. 

AuonsTus Frank Warsaw, N. Y . 

Samuel W. Milbank New York city. 

Henry Martin Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank S. Coit Buffalo, N. Y. 

William H. Willis New York dty. 

Scott Foster New York dty. 

George P. Sawyer Buffalo, N. Y. 

John Clinton Gray New York dty. 

Title of company, Buffalo, New York and Erie Railroad Company. 

General oiYlces at 115 Brosdway, New York city, and Buffalo, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 30 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday in August. 

For information concerning this report, address John Clinton Gray, Secretary. 




BCFFALO, KOCHEBTER AND PnTSBCBO. 



141 



BXrFFALO, ROCHESTER AND PITTSBUBO. 

(Date of charter March 11, 1887.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1902. 

Capital Stook and Fancied Debt. 
CAPrrAL Stock. 



▲utborised by law or charter, issued for 
coBsoUdation and now outstanding. . . 



No. of 
shares. 



60,000 



Total 
par value. 



96,000,000 



PREFERRED. 



No. Of 
shares. 



60,000 



Total 
par value. 



$6,000,000 



Orasd total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Karaberof stockholders 



$12,000,000 



Funded Debt. 



DmoXATION 
OP LlKX. 



n 

iB 

n 

Ci T, 



Date. 



CSrTriL-^U.scf- N'J.8. 
CS'TrM|»,ier. So. 9. 

Be ■ • T -,...rt 

?i ^. 

til ,.•< iDd 
dirluU": f7.iiid 



... Feb., 
da. Feb.. 

iJOl. 

... Dec., 
Ida. Sept., 
Jan., 
June, 



>.4, 



ISSl 
1881 



1887 
1884 
1A90 
1891 
1891 
1892 



June, 1882 
Jan.. 1889 



10 1-12 , 
6 1-12 I 
5 1-12 

10 3-12 : 



When 
payable. 



Feb. & Aug. 
Feb. & Aug. 

Dec. & June 
Sept. & Mar. 
Jan. & July 
June & Dec. 



June & Dec. 
Jan. St July 



Amount I Amount 
author- ; out- 
Ized. I standing. 



$1,800,000 
1,870,000 

6,500.000 
10,000.000 
104.000 
225. (Wi 
117,000 
135,000 
470,000 I 
818.S00 

30.000 

850,000 I 



UMhioome mortgage bonds held by trustees $1,865,000 

nrn oooKd mort^sge bonds deposited with trustee to redeem 
OQtftaadlng incomes 3.000 

otal 



Cash 
realised 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$i..so(>.ooo 

1,870.000 ' 

3,920,000 I 

a,97l,000 1 

14,000 ' 

175,000 I 

77,000 ' 
IW.OOO 

470,000 I 
3H,500 

20,000 I 

350,000 I 



$12,59;^ 500 
1,868,000 



$10.?25,500 



$3,838,500 
14,000 
175,000 
77,000 
108.000 
470.000 
318.S00 

30.000 

350,000 



*^ arloiu dates. 
Cs not say. 



f If earned. $l8sue<l in exchange for other securities iu tlie reorganisation 



142 Rbpobt of thb Railroad ComhissioI^bbs. 

Cost of Ro»d and Bqulpment. 



Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast. . . 

Bridges. 

" "-ucture (including tiss). 



Land and land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight stations. 

Bngine and car houses 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Tuei and water stations 

Engineering expenses 

Interest and discount charged to oonstnictioD . 

Purchase of constructed road 

Telegraph line 

Wharflng 

Branches 

Miscellaneous 



Total cost of road . 



Equipment. 

Locomotives 

Passenger cars 

Mail, baggage and express cars 

Freight and other cars 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road aad equlpmen t. 



Addition or 
betterments 
during rear 
ending June 
80,1898. 



$17,780 68 
10,486 00 
27,180 Qi 
46,768 88 
68,749 69 



2,601 06 



18,880 20 
6,4M48 



7,096 00 
762,106 88 



2,601 86 
* 889 01 



$989,464 27 



Total cost 
of road sad 
equtpment 
up to June 
80,1886. 



$188,611 64 

S15,4<5(rr 

149,684 n 

282,680 » 

802,870 44 

18,075 96 

29,780 06 

12,808 8ft 

112,191 96 

17,261 11 

7,420 15 

127,701 TT 

15,488,461 88 

22,180 48 

89,268 72 

114,246 70 

47,080 57 



$i7,<no,6oe 22 



$92,m 76. 
86,820 46 



482,800 67 



$660,792 80 



$1,499,247 16 



$977,886 80 

146,418 88 

21,200 00 

2,787,788 80 



$8,aS8,192« 



$21,088,884 84 



DsTAiLB or Additions or Bettbrmxnts During thk year. 



Btone arch bridge, Eagle, N. Y. 
Other bridge betterments 



$0,606 50 
880 59 



Sidings and track extension 

Land purchased in Rochester, Payilion, etc. 



Passenger and freight stations at Saltvale, N. T., Lehigh Jet., etc 

Additions to shops and machinery, Lincoln Park, N. yT, Bradford, Pa., etc 

Water station, Lincoln Park, N. T 



Discount on sale of $260,000 general mortgage bonds, etc. . 

Rowe street docks 

Advanced on purchase Johnsonburg and Bradford Railroad in 

Pennsyl* ania, now under construction. 

Deduct lose on sale of the E^tst Buffalo Terminal Railway, East 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Sundry mlsceUaneous items 

Relaying track with 71-lb. and 80-lb. steel rails 



$767,106 83 
16,000 00 



$10,486 09 


n,990 42 


52,749 69 


2,601 06 


18,889 20 


6,4M48 


7,006 60 


2,601 88 


762,105 88 


888 01 


19,692 11 



$989,454 27 



E<2UIPKENT. 

Fourteen new locomotlyes 

Eight new coaches 

Eight hundred and forty-nine new freight and other cars . . . . 

LeM rolling itock tcrecked^ de$troyed or told : 

Four locomotives 

One hundred and six freight and other cars 

Car Trust's due, June 1, 1888, paid, and credited Equipment., 



$184,481 75 
86,82U46 
619,178 61 



$42,809 99 
41,872 94 
46,000 00 



$688,975 82 



129,132 98 
~$5P9,7«89 



ToUl $1,499,247 16 



BOTFALO, BOOHXSTBB AND P1TT8BOBO. 



143 



IvMtnam Aeeount for Tear Bndiny June SO, 1893. 

QrommnfagBfrom operation 98,109,687 66 

LMi operating expenses (exduding all taxM) 9,818,988 84 



Ket esniincs from operation 

Jkcome from other ioureeM as fotlowtt viz, : 



Merest on bslanees 

Aoenied Interest from sale of car trust and general mortgage 

bonds 

Boadry misoellaneous Items 



8,451 17 
,100 84 

14,076 96 
98 78 



Gross Income from all somrces 

IkiveHona from income cufoUowe, vis.; 



ton funded debt due and accrued $654,846 42 

J 78,981 86 

Tejm on property used In operation of road 48,896 88 

Tues on esmlngs snd capital stock 81,766 86 

biterest on balances. 94,089 48 

Ixtraordlnaiy expenses and ImproTements 89,489 68 



Nst income from all sources 

Ai|rmente/rom net income cufoUowe, viz.: 
Dividends declared, preferred stock, ending February 16, 1898 . 

Surplus for year ending Jtme 80, 1898 



$861,889 01 



45,794 11 
$99r,068 18 



746,851 41 
$861,701 71 

886,000 00 
$86,701 71 



General Income Account. 



BBploiforyvarteding June80, 1808 . 
BBploiupto June80,1898 



i>cdiicf: 

BoBdiy old aoooonts written off $679 06 

Loa OB sale of East Buffalo Terminal Baflway Company property, 16,000 00 
"^-^-^ of car trust falling due June 1,1806, paid and credited to 

—It account WTT, 46,000 00 



Total surplus June 80, 1898. 



$86,70171 
186,111 84 

$184,818 06 



80,679 06 



$104,884 00 



DBTAILSn STATOmiT OF BSMTALS. 

Kev York, Lake Erie and Western Bailroad Oompany, tracks between Howard 
Jnnctton, Pa., and Clarion Junction, Pa (80.88 mlles5. Johnsonburg and Brad- 
lord KaOroad Company, tracks for one month, between Howard, Pa., and 
Mount Jewett $68,781 86 

Boefaflster andTittsburg Coal and Iron Company, 490 box cars, annual rental. . . 16,800 00 



Total amount of rentals deducted from Income . 



$78,961 86 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Eabnimos. 



rVcigfat, through $1,945,80671 

VMgfat,]ocal 814,489 04 



through . 
k>cal 



$18,896 88 
867,870 08 



: sfl. 



1 BWBprlTllege 

, JjfaccU ttaeoiis, os/oUotot, viz. 

I M^soa 
' aekrsDts 



$870,666 84 

19,968 18 

18,800 00 

499 98 



Btal 



$796 14 
8,919 98 
8,496 00 



1,866 71 



Tolal 



earnings . 



$404,797 06 



Freight 



$8,769,666 65 



6,111 86 



$8,764,780 00 



Total. 



$8,769,668 86 



870,666 84 

19,988 18 

18,800 00 

499 98 



6,470 08 



$8,189,66r 66 



J.'- 



\ 



146 . Repobt of ths Bailboad Commissionsbs. 

Dotcrlptlon of Road Mid Equipment. 



Track. 



Umin line from Rochester and Buffalo to 

Walston Mlnee, Pa., single track 

Branchee, or other roads, laid, single track. . 

Total single track 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 

Sidings and turnouts on branches or other 
roads 

Total sidings and turnouts 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . . . 

Laid with steel rail, main line 

Laid with steel rail, branches or other roads. . 



MILBSOWNKD. 



> 
z^ 



166.18 
11.08 



178.10 



68.76 
6.68 



64.88 



84S.48 



166.18 
ll.» 



940.66 
28.46 



264.13 






4.00 



4.00 



80.61 
7.^8 



06.00 



861.18 



840.66 
88.48 



4.00 



4.00 



j 



40.88 



40.88 



40.88 



40.88 



TOTAL mLBS. 






170.18 
11.98 



188.10 



68.75 
6.58 
64.88 



860.86 
88.48 



804.86 



80.61 
7.K 



846.48 401.S6 



170.18 I S80.8B 
11.98 88.48 



Average life of rails ^ steel, 18 years; iron, 7 years: average life of ties, 6 years; weight of 
rails per yard — steel, maximum, 71 lbs. ; minimum, 66 lbs. ; iron, 66 lbs ; gauge of track, 4 feet 
(^ Inches; ballasted with gravel^ cinders and stone. 



Details or Brakohbs or Othxr Roads. 



Name of Branch or Road. 


From 


To 


^1 


i 

9 

1 


sl 


2 

|5 


Lincoln Park and Charlotte R.R. 


Silver L'keJc.N.Y. 
Lincoln Park, N.Y. 


Sliver SprlnjBfs. N.Y. 
CharlotCe. IT V 


1.08 
10.80 


1.08 
10.80 


l.OB 
10.89 


a 




11.92 


11.93 


11 .« 


ll.« 



Branches: 

Beechtree Min«* I Beechtree Jet., Pa.i 

EleanoraMine Big Run. Pa 

Adrian Mine I Elk Run Jet.. Pa..' 



Operatetl nnde r trackage rights: 

Buffalo Creek Railroad. I 

New York, Lake Erie ft W. R. R.| 



Buffalo. N.Y 

Howard Jet., Pa. . 



Beechtree Iflnea, Pa. 
Eleanora Mines. Pa. . 
Adrian Mines, Pa. . . . 



Buffalo Creek. N.Y. . 
Clarion Junction, Pa. 



4.04 4.0< 
4.»l 4.94 
2.S8 ; 3.9B 



11.92 23.48 2?.48 



4.00 



4.00 



4.00 
36.38 



4.04 
4.94 
2.SB 



2S.48 



4.0) 
96.SS 



4D.2S 





nc NSW tork state. 




Bridqbs. 


Number. 


^SSS** 


Number. 


^SST 


Iron bridges .......................... 


88 


Feet. 
8,490 

mHA 


64 

2 

188 


44 


Wooden bridfres 


Wooden trMtles 


108 


88,846 






Total 


184 


86,068 


187 


88 977 







Buffalo, llcicuKSTKK ami I'ittsdcikj. 



\i', 



Offlcrlptioii or ilQHil Hiid Kiiwtiimwiil - (Coatinuetl). 



Eyt ij^iiKsr 



LoC'inolirfs H drivers 



Tr.til 



rt3 



Or 



3 
p 

1 









P 
fa 






10 ' 



127 ^ 



I 
Seci-niiil cisjw rk^i*^nk'rr cars , , . 



in 



TotAl . 



Bc'i freiKhi cars .,,.... ' 1 , Hi 

Stock rr-^iifht can*. ....,., ,,, m 

Coal fre iicnt cars. , . I TiCj 

FUt frf i£ht cars , , IK? 

Ci»> H>if . 4 w h wl rftrs t^ 

Servi. « ..arti I 158 ' 



^JiMi 



III 






4ri,WNl I 



.,FlJO tKl . ^^4,tK)f« 



I:. 



irt.twc 



4(>f> rio 



10 
10 



15 
]5 



li 
15 

r4 



47 I 

IK 



I] 



H5IJ 



!1 



IK 



ToLiI ,. C^,"I I 4H0 



l.-W I:«-1M Oil 
r,<trtl ,. 



HuueCLfftinara iWt^ e*[iji]iped vi'itb Wr;+i Illations* air In wki' -inU MltlH' mi 
arrapjippwl with patent crmph^rflof vjiriius make^, 
Spllt fl> itchirtiOD lihaiD line: viuh NtvvJti'hes on ?*jthnh^s, 






)l'ti-*<'i''lliuii DUM StaliHtli'^, 



tlFW. 



iM N\ V. SI lit M Kmirt* line. 



T^l^^raph owD**il iiUil npei ated by f^i^[^lJ';llJy^ in-iles. ,.►,,,» 
Total ft£i«p£Sfd value nf real est'aTt^ aud ["PJHoual I'l^'T'^-JTy uf 

iifTTipaqy ...,,...,,.,.,..., .,......,. 

LeD^^'th of iitt*l rulirt IhM ilunn^' yt ivr in n'pair>, insIeK 

Railn atlm t^rotmitit; rOini nX i^rnde ... . ► . . , ► , . . , . 

RaUr-.tids er^-s.^in^ (iinil rmT or iHJiJi'T u;rade . , .._. , 

Highway cirisKin^ at grjid*^ wJtl I "111 priileL-tluM , .-,,, 

HijfliiAay cro*isJn(ifH ai prndt- fKroitir*^ hy jjntes ur tlai^;l|1l:'T1 .... 

HiBfhtray t^rmpitJiifrs f>ier nr' under ^rr^i (If ,..,. * ,►,..,, 

Overhc-ftd .■i]p«tniL-tiim>% Ic^*; rhnn Jwenty fMet iiNnre fnifk .... , 



^m R> 



?5.'JlMj.r,fl 


?i.' 


■i4ri,.:,fNV 


31 M 




77,20 


f] 




]() 


H 




]«) 






15 


rj 







Paspeuper 4.-arB are b*^atei t hy Martin stivini tje.ti imnn eTi^'iM<% llKlil^'d liy I'd InHinp- ,iiid vi?Dti- 
1a(w1 in {fW-k and iloirs in elejir s^^ry 

The Anjericim Hxv^rfi^s IVmipany nms nf-er line, puviui," oue and njii' hutf (ilHl olit,*!* rateH, 
psifpt ill a ff'w InKtanues a^^reeil upisn. mnl i-'iiaraiitnt-jn^ a Mx^i! [idnimiiini fm ^hf> yi pii, 

Thf- i^jperniuenl pars b *(pf'i'itlp4i rate iier inili ph-r jvirniini fi*r tniii^pi»r'lnl nth uf inaiK 'juseit 
cm ;h»^ nverai:*- 'K-ei>?lhi nf muU- CJirrled. 



tTKlf, 



Flour , , . , ,,.,.. 

GfaiD ► . , , . .* . , 

Meatis bod pmv i-sioiier ^ . ^ . ^ . . x . . . ♦ 

Ut^ Kl(«.*k ..... ....,.,,,-, - I , I r * * * 

Lumber , 

P% Rjad b»r iron and ntet^'L. ,.. , 

Iron or * *t h^r omp-*. , . . , , , , 

Cb^ acd cii>bt-. „ „,,,-,,, 

FptroleufTi and other h til*. .... ...,.,, 

Ah othi-T iniid uf iLOlij re^ ,,,►,,,..., . 

All othf r mert'] niiid W . 

iJl DLher a^k-ulTiirni produitii 

All ottH*r arLicle*i Dr»l itit'^lnded nUnvi' 



Ti.nnnLTf 


P^r, 


■■■nr. 


:1:1m -*li 




',» 


'I7.m 




1 ]'^ 


lAm 




■^i 


A,mA 




IV 


j*rui^<T 




" 1 M 


'.'1.^1 in 




f',» 


1. li'j 




•^^ 


L^.:^v.f»sd 




:t HI 


ik'LT-l*^ 




'^ :\ 


IVlU.i'iT 




4 rN^ 


[K.MtTi 




i.7i^ 


M 11!* 




1 *i7 


i 1^.11'.: 




I ir. 



To«»l. 



-l/i-^'7.Vi*< 



lUii 



148 



BePORT of TH£ BaILKOAD C0MMI68IONEBS. 

NUMBBR or AOCIDKHTS. 



Injured. 



KUled. 



Total. 



Employes 

Others not passengers. 

Total 



184 
8 



901 
14 



102 



915 



Emplotbb. 



Average number of personsemployed (Including officials) during year 9.9M 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $1 ,510,470 90 



Name. 

Arthur ii. Yat«8...., 
Obo E. Mbrohant... 

John Hocart 

John P. Dinkey 

Wm. E. Hoyt 

Hbnry G. Danrorth., 
Cras. H. McCaoley.. 

J. H. Barrktt 

RoBT. W. Davis 

Ed. C. Lapby 



Oflioers of the Company. 

Title. Official Address. 

President Rochester, N. Y. 

Assistant to President R ichester, N. Y. 

Secretary and Assis^t. Trvas. ... 86 Wall street, New York dty 

Auditor and Treasurer Rochester, N. Y. 

Chief Engine*ir Rochester, N. Y. 

Attorney Rochester. N. Y. 

Attorney Ridgway, Pa. 

General Superintendent Bufialo, N. Y. 

General Freight Agent Rochester, N. Y. 

General Passenger Agent Rochester, N Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Natne. Residence. 

Frederick S. Bell Buffalo. N. Y. 

Frederick A. Brown 20 Nassau street. New York city. 

Walston H. Brown 20 Nassau street. New York city. 

Edward N. Gibbs New York. New York city. 

R M. GtTMMKRE South Bethlehem. Pa. 

Adrian Isrlin, Jr 86 Wall street, New York city. 

C. O. D. IsELiN 86 Wall street. New York city. 

Geo. H. Lewis Buffalo. N. Y. 

Wheeler H. Peckham 80 Broadway, New York city. 

W. Emler Roosevelt , 83 Wall strt-et. New York city. 

J. Kennedy Tod 45 Wall street. New York city. 

Warren A. Wilbur South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Arthur G. Yates Rochester, N. Y. 

Title of Company, Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railway Company. 
General offices at Rochester, N. Y., and 86 Wall street, New York city. 
Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Monday in November. 

For information concerning this report address John F. Dinkey, auditor and treasurer, 
Rochester, N. Y. 



BUFFALO AND SOUTH-WESTERN. 

Lessor. 

Lessee — New York, Lake Erie and Western. 

(Date of charter, December 11, 1877.) 



Leased to the New York, Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company August 1, 1880. 
Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 






COMMON. 


PRBPBRRBD. 


Gash 
realiied 




Number 1 Total 
of shares. | par value 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


outstand- 


Authorized bv law or charter ' d 7ift 


$471,f00 00 
471,838 83 


4,719 
4,718>^ 


$471,900 00 
471,888 88 




Issued for actual cash and now out- 


4.718^ 


$943,606 66 



Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding $943,606 66 

Number of stockholders 86 



Buffalo and Southwkstbbn. 

FUVDKD DkBT. 



149 



DmOKATION OF 

Lien. 


Date. 


J 


IKTKRE8T. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 
realized 




When 
payable. 


on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


hnt mortgage 


Dec. 17, 1877. 30 


pc. 
♦6 


Jan. 1, July 1 


$1,600,000 


$1,600,000 


$1,600,000 



Cost of Road and Sqaipineiit. 

Total cost up to 

Road. June SO, 1898. 

Oradii^, masonry and ballast $8,126 00 

BrMgw 5,816 77 

Superstructure (including ties and rails) 176,986 16 

I^nd. land damageii and fences 9,054 86 

FuBpnger and freight stations 8 748 60 

Engine and car houM'*, shops, machinery and tools 8,914 88 

Pnrchase of constructed road 8,845,894 85 

Total coat of road $8,446,816 87 

Equipment. 

Locomotives $80,644 88 

ftsse- ger, mail, baggage and express cars 936 85 

FMght and other cars 81 , 968 70 

Total cost of equipment $63,563 18 

Orand total cost of road and equipment $8,510, 37(^ 05 

Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from lease. ' $183,048 88 

Less corporation expenses (excluding all taxes) 5,087 18 

Net earnings from operation : $188,006 15 

Inetme from other sources, cu follotos^ viz. : 

latca-est received on cash in bank 890 69 

Qross income from all sources $188,895 74 

Deductions from income^ cu follows^ viz. : 

Interest on funded debt, due and accrued $10,000 00 

Taxes 1,878 94 

. 91,873 94 

Ket income from ail sources $87,081 80 

Papwients from net income^ cufoUows. viz. ; 

DlTldeDds declared, 7 per cent on $471,833.33 prefe'-red stock 83,088 33 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1603 $8,993 47 

Ctoneval Income Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 $8,993 47 

Sorplns up to June 90, 189« 76,476 69 

Total surplus June SO, 1803 $80,409 16 

General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

' istof road $8,446,815 87 

< ist of equipment 63,663 18 

Oiarent assets^ as foUaios^ viz. : 

I Mhonhand $7,891 86 

' •peoaoouuots 67,968 17 

65,259 48 

$8,575,638 48 
•Gold. 



1 



150 



RbPOBT of THB RaILBOAD C0MMIB8IONEB8. 



LiABiLmsa. 

CapttalTstock .* 

Funded debt. 

Current liabiUtiety a» foUoto*, vU. : 

Interest on funded debt, due <uid accrued $46,761 00 

Dividends unpaid. 4,7t8 88 

Sundries S8 88 

A 



|M8,«66« 
1,500,000 00 



Profit and loss (surplus). , 



51,001 01 
80,40016 

|8,S75,6B8 « 

Offloers of the Compaiiy. 

Name, Title. QffleialAddnm, 

W. S.BI8SBLL President BuflWOiN.T. 

S. 8. SpAULDDfo VIce-Presldettt Buffslo, N. T. 

B. R. SpAULDiifa Treasurer Buffalo, N. T. 

F.T. MouLTON Secretary Buffalo, N.T. 



Name, 



Directors of the Company. 



Reeideniee, 



W.8. BissKLL Buffalo, N. T. 

E. O. Spauldinq Buffalo, N. Y. 

J. M- RiOHicoND Buffalo, N. Y. 

W. H. H. NawMJLN Buffalo, N. Y. 

D.E.BAILBT Buffalo, N. Y. 

Thomas HoDOSON Buffalo, N. Y. 

Hknrt M. Watson Buffalo, N. Y. 

8. 8. Spauldwo Buffalo, N. Y. 

E. R. Spauldxng Buffalo, N. Y. 

A.D.B188KLL Buffalo, N. Y. 

ChabluD. Mabshall Buffalo, N. Y. 

RiomcoHD KiNOMAN Battle Creek, lOoh. 

William H. Bahnbb Philadelphia, Pa. 

Title of company, The Buffalo and Southwestern Railroad Oompany. 

General offices at Buffalo, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Tuesday in December. 

For information concerning this report, address F. T. Moulton, secretaiy. 



GAIBO. 



L:xssoR. 
E — Catbuli^ Modmtazm. 
(Date of charter, April 10, 1884.) 



Capital Stook and Fnnded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Oashraallaed 




Number of 
shares. 


Tbtal 
par Talue. 


on amouBt 
oatstandtag. 


Authorized by law or charter 

Issued for actual cash and now outstanding. . . . 


860 
100 


886,000 
10,000 




$10,000 



Funded Dbbt. 



Dbsionation op 
Lien. 


Date. 


1 
1 


INTaEBST. 


Amount 
author- 

iMMl. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cadi 


1 


When 
payable. 


oufc^d- 


First mortgage 


Mayl, 1865 


80 


,.{. 


Not. 1, ICay 1 


$86,000 


$86,000 


$»,600 



Caiko. 151 

Cost of Road Mid Bqulpmont. 

TbUlooit of road (as per report of 1866) $88,478 70 

Tiocal ooit of equipment (as por report of 1886) 6,888 06 

Grand total ooet of road and equipment up to June 80, 1898 $44,710 76 

Income Aoeount for Tear Endiny June 30, 1893* 

Grott income from ail Bourcea^ tufoUovoB^ viz.: 
Rental to June 80, 1808 $2,700 00 

Deduction$ from income^ oa foUoxoi, vix,: 

InterMt on funded debt due and aocsrued $1,600 00 

1kx08 on earnings and capital stock 80 86 

Intoranoe, etc 18 00 

^^ 1,548 85 



Net income from all sources $1|167 15 

Ba^menttfrom net income^ cu/oKoim, vix.: 
DlTid«nds declared, 6 per cent on $19,900 common stock 1,104 00 

, Deficit for vear ending June 80, 1896 $86 65 

8iin>lu8 up to June 80, 18W 988 18 

Total surplus, June 80, 1808 $806 88 

i 

I General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1893« 

ASSBTS. ' 

Oostofroad $88,478 70 

Oostof equipmeot 6,888 06 

Current <u$ett^ as foUows, viz, : 

OMhoD hand ! 186 68 

Doe from OatskiU Mountain Railway Company 1,800 00 



* $16,046 96 

LlABIUTDCS. 

Cnittal stock $19,900 00 

Foodeddebt 85,000 00 

Cwrrent liabHitiet^ azfoUowt, viz,: 

iBtflKst on funded debt due and accrued 980 00 

Profit and kMs (surplus) 896 98 

$46,046 98 



Officers of the Company. 

Name, Title, Official Addrem, 

Lawn WoLVS President Athens, N. T. 

Obaklbb L. RiOKZRSOM Vice>Prasident 64 Harrison street. New York city. 

Fbidbbiok Hill Treasurer Oatskill, N. Y. 

Wm. J. HuGHis Secretary CatsUll, N. T. 

Directors of the Company. 

Naxne. Reeidence, 

A. Vajt Saititookd N<- ^v i . it k dty, 

C T. YAH BAifTTOOKD Nt/iv Vvrk cUy. 

O. M. Shtdkr V9v>A\ ilokxtken, N. J. 

Cius. L. RioKBRSON Briioklj u, K, Y« 

Lswis WoLTB AtbeDft, N. Y. 

JoHH Sastdbbsom Athuoa^ N^ Y. 

F.O.Wai/tbrs O&iro, N. V. 

D. W. Jbtkikos aiini, N. Y. 

r.HiLL Ctitjjktll, NY, 

E.A.CHASK Otntel]), N, Y. 

aLBsAOB Ciiifikiil M. Y, 

0. A.BBAOH Cai^kilK N. V. 

W. J. HuaHXS Ot^kllLN. Y. 

Title of company. The Cairo Railroad Company. 

General offices at Oitskm, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year. July 1. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeting, third Tuesday in April. 

For infonnatlon coooemfaig this report, address W. J. Hughes, Secretary. 



162 



RbPOBT of the BaILBOAD C0MMI8SIONSB8. 



CAMPBELL HALL OONKBOTIKO. 

LB88OR. 

OpKRATKD BT PsiOISTLyAlflA, POUaHKBBPSIK AND BOBTON. 

(Date of charter, April 8, 1889.) 



Organised under general railroad act of 1860, and amendments thereof. 
Capital Sto€k and Fanded Debt, 
Captfal Stock. 



, 


COMIiON. 


CashreaUied 




Number Total 


on amooat 


Authorized bv law or charter. 


5,000 $800,000 
1,250 125,000 




Issued on account of conetniction and now out- 
standing 


$1«,000 



Number of stockholders. 



Funded Debt. 



1 


j 


« 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amou'^t 

outotand 

ing. 


Cteh 

realized 

on amoant 

outstand- 

in«. 


Designation or |x-^ 
Lien. ^**®- 

1 


1 


When 
payable. 


1 
First mortgage , Aug. 1, 1889 


60 


Y 


Feb. and Aug. 


1600,000 


$500,000 


$«»,000 



Cost of Road. 



Purchase of constructed road. 



Totaloostnpto 
June 80, 1»1 
$875,000 09 



General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1S93. 

Assets. 
Cost of road and equipment. 

LlABILlTTSS. 



$875,000 00 



Capital stock ^1*^*$!$ 9 

Funded debt «O.000 09 

$875,000 09 

Officers of the Company. 

Xarne. Title, Official Addrett, 

J. C. Stanton President 86 Broadway, New York dty. 

D. J. McNiBOB Secretary and Treasurer. . . 85 Broadway* New York d^. 

E. J. Fallon Auditor Philadelphia, Pa. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name. ReHdenee, 

J. C Stanton New York dty. 

C.H.Stanton Goshen, N. Y. 

D.J. McNiBCE New York dty. 

O. W. Childs New York city. 

D. O. Dkll New York dty. 

W. W. GiBBS Philadelphia, Pa. 

Geo. W. Grebn Goshen, N. Y. 

D.N.Stanton Yonkera, N. Y. 

Theron B Dean Amawalk.N^Y. 

Geo. W. Murray , Goshen, N. Y. 

Wm. B. McNiece New York city. 

S. G. Phimrosb Goshen, N.Y. 

C. S.Warner Brooklyn. N.Y. 

Title of company, Campbell Hall Connecting Railroad Company. 

General offices at Philadelphia 

Date of close of fiscal year. June 80. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeting, third Monday in April. ....... ^ 

For iDformation concerning this report, address E. J. Fallon, Auditor, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Cahabtota Noethkbn. 



153 



GAVASTOTA IfOBTHEBN. 

LB880S. 
— ELMIBA, Ck>BTLAMD AMD NOBTHKBN. 

(Date of otuuier, March 84, 18W.) 



For Idrtorjr of organisation etc., see Report of 1898. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOIOCOIV. 




Number 
of ■bares. 


Total 
par value. 


price, and no>w outstanding 


2,000 


$800,000 


< ' 



Vomber of stockholders. , 



» 



FUNDBD DBBT. 





Date. 


1 
1 


iimaBST. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Gash 

realised 

on amount 

out- 
standing 


DasmrATiOR of Lea. 


1 


When 
payable. 


nntmortgage 


July 1, 1680 


90 


't 


Jan. 1, July 1 


•$800,000 


$800,000 







Cost of Bead. 



hvdiase of oonstmcted road . 



Ineonae Aooovnt for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Aieoiae/Vom aU sowrow, cu/oUowm^ viz. : 
Baatal from Elmira, Cortland and Northern Railroad Company 

DedueUonafrom income, (u foUowit vis- : 
tautmft CO funded debt due and accrued 



Oostof road 

Omreni ossett, asfoUowt. viz. : 
Optn acooonts. »..., 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1898. 

ASSBTS. 



Oi ital stock 

Ft deddebt 

irreat liatdUtietj cu foUow, vix. : 
IB rest on funded debt due and accrued. 



LiABiunss 



$ 500,00 00 

$18,000 00 
18,000 00 

$600,000 oa 

9,000 00 
$609,00000 

$200,000 00 
800,000 00 

9,000 00 
$609,00000 



• Issued on account of purchase price. 



154 



Report of the Bailboad Commissioners. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. TitU. OJBUcial Addreu. 

Austin Corbin President 103 Broadway, New York dty. 

Georob S. Edgbll Vice-President 192 Broadway, New York city. 

Myron A. SMrrn Secretary and Treasurer. . . . Elmlra, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Austin Coedin New York dty. 

Qborge 8. Edoell New York d^. 

Georob M. DivEN Elmira, N. Y. 

Myron A. Smith Elnaira, N. Y. 

Fred. M Wixson Elmira, N. Y. 

Charlks W. Williams Elmira, N. Y. 

Benjamin ( >. Scudder Elmira, N. Y. 

Bert N. Powell Elmira, N. Y. 

Isaac S. Marshall Elmira, N. Y. 

Albert Allen OortlancL N. Y. 

^ RANE E. TlBBETTS Ith%Ca, N. Y. 

Georoe S. Sadler Canastota, N. Y. 

Abram T. Van Valkenburoh Canastota, N. Y. 

Title of company. The Canastota Northern Railroad Company. 

General office at Elmira, N. Y. 

Date of close of flscal yt- ar, June 30. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, fourth Monday in March. 

For information concerning this report, address M. A. Smith, Secretary. 



OAKTHAGE AND ADIBONDACE. 

Report for ten months ending April 80, 1893. 
Date of charter, March 28, 1883. 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

CAPrTAL Stock. 





COMMON. 


CashresliMd 
on amount 






Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter 


5,000 


$500,000 









Issued for actual cash ..,, ^ ,,,,,..,,,.,....,.... . 


4,300 
700 


$430,000 
70,000 


$430,000 


Issued on account of construction 






Total now outstanding 


6,000 


$500,000 


$430,000 





Number of stockholders. 



Funded Debt. 





Date. 




Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Designation of 
Lien. 


1 


When 
payable. 


First. TtxoT^snsrfs t , ..••...... 1 1 < . 


Dec. 1. 1892 


'.• 


Jan.l&Decl 


$1,600,000 


$1,100,000 





Cabthaoe and Adibondaok. 



155 



Cost of Road and Eqaipment. 



Road. 



GnMUng, masonry and ballast 

Bridges. 

Supentructure (including lies) ^ , 

land damages 

Funnger and freight stations. 

Esgtne and car-houses , 

ghops, machinery and tools, ^ , 

Foei and water stations 

iDgineerinsr expenses 

Interest and discount charged to construction. . 

Bosd hoUt by contract 

Telegraph line 

iBd&nUJs 



, Additions or 
betterments 
during ten 
months end- 
ing Auril 80, 



Total cost of road. 



$1,108 85 

1,494 <B 

161 46 

1,062 60 

18 70 



li»82 
♦84*86 



Total cost] 

of road and 

equipment up 

to April 80, 



9200,690 11 

17,278 6a 

82,599 28 

66,548 62 

1,290 86 

2,643 07 

1,859 78 

800 78 

4,024 06 

7,748 84 

142,498 60 

1,086,188 17 

1,496 62 

6,618 48 



$4,096 00 $1,619,940 07 



E^DIPMBNT. 

Locomotires 

PMKoger cars 

1^ bsggage and express cars. 

freight and other cars 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment. . 



•$125 00 



•$125 00 



$8,971 00 



$4,089 60 
6,900 46 
1,180 10 

10,190 86 



$21,800 61 



$1,541,940 68 



Income Account for Ten Months Ending April 80, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation 

LMi operating expenses- (excludin£^ all taxes) 



Net earnings from operation . 



Jneome from other Moureety cu follow, viz, : 
Interest. 



Gross income from all sources. 



DeduetionM from irtcomey as follows^ viz. : 
Tmzm on property used in operation of road. 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 

Tutes other than above 



$8,710 02 
611 12 
179 00 



Surplus for ten months ending April 80, 1896. . 



$106,480 86 
76,896 01 

"$88,086 86 



474 22 

$83,669 67 



4,500 14 
$89,069 43 



General Income Account. 

Ssrphis for ten months, endhig April 80, 1898 $89,069 48 

Defldt up to June 80, 1808 117,048 10 

dit profit and loss, new bonds $880,684 86 

-irge profit and loss, depreciation of freight cars .... $14 66 

B amances lost in tranirit, 1888 65 81 

5* credit to profit and loss 60 86 

Total surplus April 80,:i8e8 



$87,988 67 



880,666 00 



$192,676 38 



•Credit. 



156 



Report of thb Raii^road Commissioners. 



AnalyaU of OroM Eaming^s and Op«ratinsr Expensea. 

EaB2<IKOS. 



Pftasengera. i Freight. 



Total. 



Freight, through 9<9,94S90 

Freight, local 57,186 88 

Passengers, through $1 80 

Passengers, local 19,1S8 04 

MaU 

Xapress 

Miscellaneoita a9folUno§, vis.: 

Telegraph , 

News agency 

Total gross earnings 



197 88 
4 82 



SSI, 171 88 



$87,080 08 



$19,134 84 

1,271 48 

578 76 



288 07 
688 



$87,806 48 



$87,089 06 



$10,1M M 

l,2n48 

578 71 



480« 
10 75 



$106,480 M 



Opkratino Ezpbnsbs. 



Maintenance of way and ttrueturea: 

Repairs of roadbed and track 

Repairs oC bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of f*»nces 

OtAer expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotiyes 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



Total. 



$14,106 48 

129 54 

106 58 

206 

570 80 



$14,914 85 



$840 68 

256 88 

60 

1 87 



$1,097 98 



$16,698 64 

158 89 

126 06 

244 

674 90 



$17,650 88 



$994 80 

8,675 79 

71 

1 68 



$4,678 98 



$80,800 07 

8tt68 

888 56 

450 

1,845 86 



$82,565 18 



$1,885 a 

8,981 17 

181 

300 



$5,770 91 



Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fud for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or exx)enses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



$1,504 29 


$1,780 18 


$8,884 47 


1,42*80 


1,688 16 


8.105 46 


3,908 63 


4,619 57 


8,988 86 


. 207 66 


245 75 


4.^8 41 


201 88 


809 92 


sn 80 


298 59 


858 86 


661 95 


1,292 58 


1,629 64 


8,888 88 


102 40 


181 17 


888 97 


187 78 


822 88 


410 00 


856 57 


1,012 40 


1.806 06 


$10,086 68 


$11,877 46 


$$1,914 14 



Qeneral expense*: 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

Oeneral ofllce expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
ance) 

Other general expenses 



Total. 



Grand total operating expenses. . 



$8,981 20 
199 59 
110 91 
20 61 
727 96 
26 20 
85 84 
250 19 



1,458 85 



$5,810 85 



$31,860 36 



88,468 80 
886 19 
181 86 
84 89 
8ei 84 
31 00 
101 58 
296 07 

2,457 85 
1,785 81 



$9,888 96 
$48,584 65 



$6,400 00 


485 78 


X48 17 


46 00 


1,5119 44 


87 80 


187 42 


546 86 


8,457 35 


8,184 16 



$15,144 78 
$76,895 01 



Cabthaob and Adibondack. 157 

General Balane* Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 

OoitoCroMi. * $l,61»,M0 0r 

Ontofeqaipment... : 21,800 51 

Currant OMeff, at/oUawBt viz.: 

(Ml on hand 166,578 88 

Daet7a«eDt8 1,188 JM 

OpmaoooantB 100,990 00 

Material and suppUes. 1,918 78 

BondrtoB .:. 688 60 

288,184 40 

$1,804.41^96 

LlABILITIlS. 

Capital Stock $600,000 00 

rttndeddebt 1,100,000 00 

Oirreni liabilities, asfoUowa, viz.: 

Audited TOiichei a and pay-roUa $1 1 , 816 41 

Open accounta. 682 24 

Profit and Io»(Biirplna) 1921676 88 

$1,804,434 96 

Trafflo and Mileagre Statistloa. 



Im. 


i Through. 


TiOCAl. 


Total. 


Namberof panengers carried 

Hiimb«r of passengers carried one mile 

Nvmbsr of ton^ of freight carried. 


1 

43 

62,261 

2,168,666 


86,100 

666,841 

78,220 

2,270,870 


36,101 
665,684 
124,481 


Nnmber of tons o/ freight carried one mile. . . 


4,499,586 



„-r train mileage., 
FMght train mi e^ige . . . . 
AO other train mileage. . . 

Total train mileage. . . 



28,160 
22,460 
10,689 



66,518 



Itbm. I Earnings. 

PasMrnger earnings and expenses (including' 

mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) { $21,171 88 

Annge per pasaenger carried 6032 

Average per passenger per mile j 0818 

Average per passenger train per mile { 8180 

FreifTht earnings and expenses (Inc'uding mls- 

eellaaeous earnings) \ 87,808 4» 

iverage per ton or freight carried i 7014 

ATerage per ton of freight per mile { 0197 

Arerage per freight train i>er mile 2 860 



Expenses. 



$31,860 86 
9077 
0478 
1 2309 

43,584 65 
3497 
0098 
1 4«1 



Loss. 



$10,668 48 
3046 
0460 
4129 
Profit. 
43,773 88 
3617 
0099 
1 429 



iTKIf. 

Computed on earnings from carr3ing passengers and 
freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gen. first-class 

▲Te^^{e rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, all daaes 

Ivwage ratcf received per mile per ton for carrying 



Through. 



Cents. 
3 



3 
1.88 



Through 
luocal. I and 
local. 



Cents. I 
)2.87 I 

2.87 I 

2..'W I 



Cents. 
2.87 



2.67 
1.96 



158 



KePOBT of the RaILBOAD C0MMI88IOIIEB8. 



DnoRXpnoN or Frbiobt Moybd. 



I™. . 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


Flour 


m 

178 

18 

57,288 

109 

48«007 

4,881 

8S6 

1,486 
8,097 


.rt 


Grain 


.n 


Meats and provisions 


.14 


Live stock 


.01 


Lumber 


45.96 


Tig and bar iron and steel 


.09 


Iron or other ores , 


88.9r 


Goal and coke 


8.70 


PntrolAi^nri and other oilS x x x . . x . w x . 


.a 


All other manufactures 


.98 


AH nther Tnerchandlse 


.44 


All other agricultural products 


1.19 


All other articles not mduded above 


7.tt 






Total 


124,481 


100 







Average number of persons employed (Indudine officials) during year. . 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid tnem 



115 
$40,714 tt 



Name. 



Offleers of the Company. 

Title. 



Offlcial Address. 

Charues F. Ooz President Grand Oentral station, N. T. dty. 

Alltn Ck>z Secretary and Treasurer. . . Grand Central station, N. T. city. 

Randolph Parmlt Attorney 180 Broadway, New York city. 

G. F. HuQOiii Superintendent Carthage, N. Y. 

W.S. Allkn Auditor Carthage, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

C. VixDERBiLT New York city. 

W. K. Vandwrbilt New York city. 

Chauncbt M. Dbpbw New York city. 

J. PiERPONT Morgan New York city. 

E. D W0RCE8TBR New York ci^. 

C C Clarke New York dty. 

H. Walter Webb New York city. 

E. V.w Rossn-KR New York city. 

C. H. Coster New York dty. 

T. L. Jambs New York city. 

Sawuel Barton New York dty. 

Allyn Ooe > New York city. 

C F. CoE New York dty. 

Title of company, Carthage and Adirondack Railway Company. 

General offices at Carthage, N. Y. (executive offices Grand Central station, New York dty.) 
Date of close of fiscal year, June 30. 

Date of stockholders^ annual meetlog, first Wednesday in January. 

For information concerning this report, address W, S. Allen, Auditor, Grand Central depot. 
New York city. 



CABTHAGS AND ADIBONDACX. 

Report from May 1 to June 80, 189^. 

This road was leased to the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company May 1. 
1893, but has been operated as an independent line to June 30, 1893. the operation, mileagtf. 
etc , not bein^ incorporated In the annual report of the New York C^tral and Hudson River 
Railroad Company for year ending June 30, 1893. 

Income Account for Two Months Ending June 30, 1893. 

Gross earniogs from operations $d4,B90 66 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 8,910 43 

Net earnings from operations $15,689 08 

Income from, other aourcea as follows^ viz.: 
Interest 180 96 

Gross Income from all sources $15,619 94 

Deductions front income asfolloicit, viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $7,833 88 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 625 10 

7,958 « 

Surplus for two months ending June 30, 1893 $7,861 51 



Oabthaob and Adibondaok. 



159 



General Inoome Acooant. 

for two months ending June 80, 1898 



SvtIdi up to April 80, 1808. . 

Surrey of line not built 

Sundrj bills paid by N. Y. C. & H. B. R. B. Co., on account 

C. and A. By. Co., 

Miles^ reported In error 

fire montns interest on first mortgage bonds. 

Total 

IhterMt on deposit in April, 1898, , 

Sarrioe of cars prior to April 80, 1896. 



17.861 61 
198,576 88 



S668 60 

11,971 40 

1 10 

18,888 84 



$99 74 
84 49 



$80,869 44 



184 28 



Ket amount charged to profit and loss. 
Total surplus June 80, 1808 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earnxnos. 



Freight, through $5,860 57 

Freigfat,local 15,298 75 



Pusengera, through $86 15 

— .local 8,576 82 



KzpresB. 

lUsoellaneous. 

Total grofls earnings . 



Passenger. 



$8,6!8 97 
254 66 
114 39 
60 60 



Freight. 



$4,082 64 



Opbratino Expxksbs. 



Maintenanee of way and structures : 

Repairs of track. 

Repairs of roadbed. 

Repairs of bridges Cincluding culTerts and 

eattle guards) 

Repairs of fences 

(Hner expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures • 



Total. 



$1,668 83 
78 01 

98 54 

19 10 

95 48 



$1,958 46 



JtfWnfenanea of equipment : 

Repairs of kxxnnotives 

Re|Mlrs of cars 



Total. 



$280 07 



$880 07 



Conducting transportation : 

Wsges of conductors and men i 

Wsgee of engineers and firemen 

PDd for locomotives I 

OO and wat-te. 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents auod clerks i 

Wsges for labor at stations 

8taBon supplies I 

Wsges of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . | 
Other expenses for conducting transportation 



Total. 



Qtneral expenses: 

eoeral office expenses and supplies 

tatiooery and printing 

Msl expenses 

.^tographmaintenanceand operation 

liieage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 



$2,269 09 



e). 



ther general expenses 

Total 

'mad total operating expenses. 



$4 71 
179 24 

10 56 
245 84 



61 88 



$501 28 



$4,058 86 



$80,548 82 I 



28 60 I 



$80,5te92 



$775 11 
86 87 

45 94 
890 

44 58 



$910 84 



$87 14 
168 66 



$849 80 



$2,2S9 43 I 



$2 19 I 
83 68 ^ 
4 98 I 
114 89 i 
I 
272 86 
28 62 



$506 56 



$8,966 68 



$200,487 84 



80,786 81 



$169,702 68 



Total. 



$80,648 88 



8,618 97 

254 68 

114 89 

74 80 



$24,599 66 



$8,487 44 
114 88 

144 48 
88 00 

140 00 



$2,864 80 



$817 81 
1«8 06 



$479 87 



$664 81 


$809 70 


$078 01 


351 40 1 


555 86 


907 86 


549 86 


1,095 M 


1,045 67 


14 68 


684 


81 47 


13 64 ' 


630 


80 00 


1 89 


65 


804 


881 47 


177 87 


660 84 


56 87 


26 28 


88 65 


3 47 


1 62 


6 09 


9 55 I 


4 45 


14 00 


228 01 ' 


108 90 


887 00 



$4,558 58 



$6 90 
908 88 

16 49 
850 78 

S78 86 
90 00 



$1,007 70 



$8,010 48 



— I 



160 Bepobt of the Bailboad Coiocisbionebs. * 

General Batanoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

AaasTS. 

Cost of road $1,619,940 07 

Coft of equipment 81,80061 

Current (uaeta, <u folio wt^ viz.: 

OaBhonhand $64,984 89 

Due by agents 11,088 88 

Open accounts 8,600 70 

Materials and supplies. 8,197 48 

Sundries 184,088 91 

801,070 tt 

$1,807,910 91 

LXABILITZaS. 

Capital stock $600,000 00 

Funded debt .^ 1,100,000 00 

Cwrrtnt liabilities^ ow follows, vig. : 

Interest on funded debt due andaocrued $7,888 88 

Audited Touchers and pay-roils 9,489 78 

Open accounts 8,111 88 

Sundries 18,888 84 

Profit and loss (surplus) 88,806 87 

109,708 01 



$1,807,910 90 



Tralllo and Mileaflre Statistics. 



ITBM. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 


Number of passengers carried 




5,914 

116,688 

19,861 

609,648 


6,914 


Nvnb^r o' oMsenirers carried one mile ........ 




116,5SB 


Number of tons of freight carried 


9,886 

889,088 


99 086 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile 


998,570 



Passenger train mileage . 
Freight train mileage.... 
All other train mileage. . . 



Total train mileage. 



6,801 
8,194 
4,401 



14,468 



Itbm. 

Pas<ienger earnings and expenses Clncluding 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings). . . . 

Average pier passengpr carried 

Average per pasftenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile 

Freight earnings and expenses Oncludtng mis- 
cellaneous eamingB) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



$4,088 64 
0619 
0849 
6877 



80,566 98 
707t 
0806 
6 4808 



$4,968 85 
8876 
0488 
7819 



8,956 68 
1860 
0040 
1 8388 



$98181 
1567 
0079 
1848 
Profit 

$16,610 89 
5711 
0100 
58004 



Itbm. 

Computed on eami tgs from carrying passengers and 

freight only 



Through. 



Local. 



Through 
and low. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying passen 
gers, first-class 

Average rat^ received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freignt all classes 



Centa 



1.86 



Cents. 
8.186 
8.186 
8.61 



Cents 
8.186 
8.186 
8.06 



Cabthaob akd Adibondaok. 



161 



Deaoriptlon of Boad and Equipment. 

MUesowned-all 
Track. In N. Y. State. 

MilB Unefrom Carthage to Benson Mines, single track «... 48.00 

BidlDgs and turnouts on main line 5.40 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 48.40 

Uld with steel rail, main line «^ 

Lild with steel rail, branches or other roads 6-40 



Welghtof rails per yard-sleel, 00 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet finches; ballasted with grarel. 




ENTIRE LQfS IN NKW 
STATS. 


YORK 


Bridobs. 


Number. 


^^^ 


^^^ 


bmibridires 


8 
4 




Feet, 
94ft 


'KMifintSiMii^r;;;";;;;;;;;;;;";!;;;;;;;'! 


1,800 






Total 


7 




1,044 











E^UIPMBMT. 


o 

S5 


< 


Maximum. 

weight of each 

''in lbs. 


No. eciulpped 
with patent 
brake. 


No. equipped 
with patent 
coupler. 


LooomotlTBS^ 6 drlrers 






110,000 ' 1 
90,000 2 




LooomotlTcis, 4 drtrera 
















TWal , 


2 

10 
80 
8 

1 






8 




'^^^^ 1 






First daas passenger car 


$3,540 28 
3,540 28 


28,000 
28,000 


1 
1 


1 


BMmim mafl ancf exravMs ctvr. ,.r 


1 






Total 






3 


2 








*^ 'TBlght cars 




22,000 
19,000 
26,000 


**"i6 

1 


10 


Flat freight cars 




40 


CWboose, 8 wheel cars • 




1 


florvioecar 












TVytal 


82 






11 


61 













Wflstfngliouse air brake and Miller coupler on passenger cars; 40 freight cars with McKeen 
ONipler; 11 with Janney. and 81 link and pin; 11 cars with Shortt duplex air brakes. 
All Bamapo split switches in use on road. 

Miscellaneous Statistics. 

Entire line In 
Item. N. Y. State. 

Triegrsph owned and operated by company, miles 43 .20 

t of real estate now neld by company, exclusive of that used in operation — $250 00 

T tl assessed value of real estate and personal property of company 161,106 

fl faway crossing at grade protected by gatee or flagmen 1 

B bway crossings over or under grade $ 

ftssenger cars are heated by stoves (S^r), lighted by lamps and ventilated by ventilators 
ii xwf rHonitor). , ««,, . 

jnerlcan Express Company runs over line of road at following rates: Merchandise, iO>^ times 
t t-dsM freight rates; cheese, butter, poultry, etc., flrst-class freight rates, with the excepUon 
a » rate of 25 cents per hundred pounds from Carthage to Oswegatchle and Benson Mines. 

he United States government pays for transportetlon of mails: Rout** No. 6184, between 
B Tfsrfile and Carthage, N. Y., $938.10 per annum, July 1, 1889, to June 30 1893: route No. 
« SO, between HarrisvUle and Benson Mines, N. Y.. $450 per annum, Noveraoer 10. 1890, to 
X SBAber 0, 1801, and $000 per annum, November 10, 1891, to June 80, 1803. 



162 Eepobt ot* the Kailboad Commissionkks. 

Dkscrxftion or Frkioht Moykd. 



ITUI. 


Tonnage. 


FercoDt 


Flour 


67 

178 

81 

15,747 

19 

10,8fl5 

890 

80 

212 

414 

423 

1,190 


M 


Grain r ........... . 


.61 


MM^tff and proyfsions , t ...,., 


.10 


Lumber . . ,". 


54.14 


Pljp ftod bar iron lind 8t©©l r ........ t .. r ,. - 


.or 


Iron OT other orea 


85.74 


Goal and coke 


l.M 


PetmlHiifn Rpd other oils. r 


.10 


All other manufactures. 


.71 


All other mercbandif*e 


l.«l 


All other a|i:rlcultural products 


l.« 


All other articles not Included above 


4.00 






Total 


29,066 


100 







Employes. 
Average number of persons employed (includinK officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



16,845 74 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Address. 

Craunokt M. Depev President Grand Central station. 

H. Walter Webb Vice-President Grand Central station. 

E. V. W. RossiTBR Secretary and Treasurer Grand Central station. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name . Residence . 

C. Vaudbrbilt New York city. 

W. K. Vakderbilt New York dty. 

Chaunoey M. Depew New York dty. 

J. PiBRPONT MoRQAK Now York cl^. 

E. D. Worcester New York city. 

C. O. Clarke Kew York dty. 

H. Walter Webb New Yorkdty. 

E. V. W. RossiTKR New York city. 

C. H. Coster New York city. 

T. L. Jambs New York dty. 

Samuel Barton New York dty. 

Allyn Cox New York d^. 

C. F. Cox New York dty. 

Title of company, Carthage and Adirondack Railway. 
General offices at Grand Central station, New York city. 
Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Wednesday in January. 

For information oncerning this report, address John Oarstenaen, Comptroller, Grand Csb^ 
tral station. New York city. 

f 

OABTHAGE, WATEBTOWN AND 8ACKETTS HABBOB. 

Lessor. 

Lessee— Utica and Black Riyer. 

Operated by New York Central and Hudson River. 

(Date of charter. February 1, 1869.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


preferred. 


Cash 
realised oo 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


No of 
shares. 


Total 
par Talue. 


amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Authorized by law or charter 

Issued for actual cash, and now 
outstanding 


7,000 


«7nn nno 


215 
216 


$487,845 
21,600 




4,668H ' 4(tfi MK 


f487«M5 









Carthagb, Watistown Aio) Sackets Hajsbob. 168 

Fuin>KD Dkbt. 





Date. 


1 


IMTKBIST. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 

realised on 

amount 

outstand- 

tog. 




1 


When 
payable. 


Vortnco on the 
raid hiom OBith- 
•M to Sacketts 
firtor 

OoDiolidatod mortr 
P9b on the roed 
h«nOuthn«e to 
Steketts Harbor 
•Bd on rolling 


Sept. 16, 1878 
July 1, 1691 


90 
40 


7 
6 


April and Oct 
Jan. and July 


$160,000 
800,000 


$150,000 
160,000 


$120,000 
148,600 






ToUl 










$460,000 


$800,000 


$260,600 















Cost of Boad and Equipment. Total cost of 

road and equinment 
Boad. up to June 80, 1886. 

Qrading, masonry, ballast, bridges, superstructure (todudtog ties) and rails. . . . $602,060 06 

'-nisad damages and fences: VT. 187,108 78 

r and freight stations, engtoe and car houses, shops, machinery and 

17,»88 60 

cpenses 11.046 86 

Total coat of road $758,181 78 

Equipmbit. 

LonmotlTes. $10,108 80 

Ksfl, baggage and express cars 10,170 68 

INKhtsndothercars 6,568 06 

Total cost of equipment $85,826 48 

GTMd total cost of road and equipment $788,968 86 

Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title, Oficial Addrese. 

Obosgb a. Baolkt President Watertown, N. Y. 

Oboeob W. Kkowlton Vice-President Watertown, N. Y. 

OioBOB H rtBCRif AN Treasurer Watertown, N. Y. 

Albkkt Bushnvll Secretaiy Watertown, N. Y. 



Direotors of the Company. 

Same, Eesidence. 

6. A. BiGUET Watertown, N . Y. 

A. D. KCMixoTOK Watertown, N. Y. 

0. W. Kmowlton Watertown, N. Y. 

W, SmcRifAir Watertown, N. Y. 

E.M. Gatm Watertown, S.Y. 

W. W. Taooart Watertown, N. Y. 

8. CoopBK Watertown, N. Y. 

1. P. Powers Watertown, N. Y. 

\ C. Sherman Watertown, N. Y. 

i. BtBHXRLL Watertown, N. Y. 

I C. Rice Watertown, N. Y. 

1^. A- McWathb Racketts Harbor, N. Y. 

^. B.CAIIP Sacketts Harbor, N. Y. 

1 le of company, Carthage, Watertown and Backetts Harbor Railroad Company. 

< leral offices at Watertown. N. Y. 

I te of dose of fiscal year, September 80. 

I te of stockholders'* annual meeting, first Tuesday in September. 

1 r information concemtog this report, address O. H. Sherman, Treasurer. 



1 



164 



BSPOBT OF THE BaILBOAD C0MHI88IONSB8. 



OATSKILL MOUNTAIN. 

(Date of charter, July S, 1886.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 18B3. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



Authorized by law or charter, issued for reor^^anizatlon and 
now outstanding 



Number 
of aharea. 



800 



Total 
parTalne. 



180,000 



Funded Dbbt. 





Date. 


1 


fiMiaaae'i . 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


DMh 

realised 

onamoont 

outstsnd- 

ing. 


Desionatiov op 
Lien. 


1 


^hen payable. 


First mortg'e bonds. 
First Income bonds. 
Second income bds. . 


Aug. 1, 1886 
Aug. 1, 1886 
Aug. 3, 1885 


20 
80 

ao 


6 


Feb. life Aug. 1 
Feb.l&Aug.l 
Feb.l&Aug.l 


$60,000 

288,000 

16,000 


$50,000 

288,000 

15,203 


S«6,706 67 
MIS 


Total 


9804,000 


1806,900 


$M,7«56 















Cost of Bead and Equipment. 



Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast 

Bridges 

Side tracks 

Rails, etc 

Shanty for traclcmen, Cairo Junction.. 
Land damages 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80. 1898. 



Passenger and freight stations 

Engine and car-houstis 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Fuel and water stations 

Engiaeering expenses 

Station furniture 

Purchase of constructed road (cost of road and equipment as 

per plan of reorganization) 

Traclc tools and hand-cars 

Furniture for general olBce 

Otis connections 

Total cost of road 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1698. 



$50 00 



226 80 
106 76 



87 79 
10,850 87 



$11,270 51 



$12,780 20 


4787 88 


],S86» 


58J78 


1S149 


2,241 8» 


121 11 


1,077 44 


8,066 35 


1,077 80 


S88 94 


840 00 


199 87 


380,204 98 


201 78 


328 99 


18,819 28 


$422,023 30 



Catskill Mountain. 

Cost of Road and Eqaipmeiit — (Continued). 



16& 



EQUIPMENT. 



Loodmotfyes. 

Fiiinger cars , 

Hail, banca^ and expren can. . 

Fntght and other cart 

FMght and baggage trucks, etc. 
Wagons, aleighs and harnesa. . . . 



Tvtal coat of equipment 

Orand total coat of road and equipment . 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898 



Total cost 
of road and 

equipment 

up to June 

30,1898. 



$186 86 
188 70 



$8S0 06 



$11,600 67 



$898 18 

2,080 6& 

858 21 

802 91 

188 70 

820 oa 



$8,788 61 



$425,761 9^ 



Details or Additions or Bbtterments During the Tear. 

For releaaes from maintaining cattle passes 

5ev engine and boiler for shop, chuck and suDdriea 

AjIi pit and foundation for truck house at Catskill Landing 

For truck bouse at CatsklH Landing 

Oil ooDnections , $18,319 22 

Leas amount charged prior to June 80, 1892. 2,468 56 



Three new freight trucks . 
Scalaa for Cairo atation.. . . 
Frelgbt 



$24 00 

106 00 
1 70 



Faper boxes for new ticket case. 
LuKir, ahelvea, etc , 



24 97 
12 82 



Jannejr couplers for all freight cars and freight on same. . 
Total 



Income Account for Tear £ndlng June 30, 1893. 

dross earnings from operati'^n 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 



Net earnings from operation 

Ineowiefrom other aources^ cls follows, viz. : 
laterest on loans (balance of account) 

Gross income from all sources 



DtductionM front income, as follows, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt dne and accrued 

Beatais , 

TaxM on property used in operation of road 

Taxes on earnings an<]^ capital stock 

Taxes other than above, expenses of Railroad O>mmissioner8. 
Station franchise 



$2,600 00 
4,000 00 
968 43 
227 44 
108 79 
1 84 
180 40 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893. 

General Income Account. 

Burptua for jear ending Jime 80, 1898 

Sarph» up to June 80, 1898 $30,664 92 

L a amount subsequently paid as interest on first income bond. . . 8 584 56 



Total surplus June 80, 1898. 



$50 00 
286 80 
106 75 
105 75 



10,860 6r 



133 70 



37 7^ 

186 8& 



$11,590 57 



$49,481 74 
27,589 15 



$81,892 5» 



242 4a 



$22,135 02- 



7,980 40 



$14,20 4 tt» 

$14,804 6» 

28,080 84 
$86,284^ 



Detailed Statement or Rentals. 



B ital of CSalro Railroad (deluding one locomotive) . 

ft It of terminus, OatskOl Landing 

ft It of Tillage station 



Total amount of rentala deducted from income. 



$2,700 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 



$4,000 00 



166 



Repoet of thb Railroad Commissioners. 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

EASNINOa. 



Opbratino Expenses. 



Maintenance of way and ttructuret : 

Repairs of track and roadbed 

Renewal of ties 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cat- 
tle ^ards 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Otner expenses for maintenance of way and 
structures 



Total.. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of looomotiTes 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



$4,063 50 
1,569 50 

81 44 
214 81 
878 68 

964 00 



$7,969 56 



$1,015 15 
399 87 



30 86 
58 70 
94 65 

341 15 



$1,817 88 



Total . 



Condricting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men , 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives , 

Oil and waste , 

Water supply , 

Other train supplies or expenses , 

Wages of station agents and clerks , 

Wages for labor at stations , 

Station supplies , 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



$1,296 04 

964 84 

84 47 

926 29 



$3,182 14 



$806 76 

246 06 

9 12 

281 67 



$796 58 



Total . 



Oeneral expenses : 
Salaries of general oflloers and clerks. 
General office expenses and supplies. . 
Stationery ahd printing.. 



$1,860 53 

1,705 74 

2,888 41 

175 86 

138 22 

25 70 

1,533 00 

34S08 

100 05 

810 87 

250 17 



$0,S6i 12 



$466 18 
426 48 
722 10 
48 84 
88 80 
6 45 
384 50 
87 02 
27 40 
70 07 
64 70 



$2,841 02 



Outside agencies and adv<>rtlsing., 

Loss and damage of freight anclbaggage. 

Damage to cattle and property 

Inluries to persons 

Telephone maintenance and operation. . . . 
Other general expenses , 



$1,200 00 

51 58 

270 10 

71 06 



02 00 
40 00 
328 76 
100 17 



Total 

Grand total operating expenses. 



$2,268 S7 



$22,069 30 



$800 00 
12 80 
67 53 
17 00 
244 
23 00 
10 OO 
82 10 
40 70 



$566 88 



$5,610 76 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total 


Freight, all local 




$10,758 00 


$10,7SS OQ 


Passenger, all local 


$88,813 28 
887 87 

78 05 




Exoress 






Miscellaneous, a* follows, viz.: 
Extra baggage 




88,788 ft 








Total gross earnings 


$88,728 65 


$10,758 00 


$49,481 74 







$6,975 74 

1,96187 

101 80 
268 51 
47Sf7 

1,906 78 



10,066 94 



$1,548 60 

1,280 4} 

45 i» 

l,ie7 86 



$8,977 67 



$2.825 06 

2,188 17 

8,610 51 

21910 

16^58 

^ 8294 

1,922 90 

485 10 

187 44 

899 84 

328 96 



$11,706 14 



$1,500 00 
64 47 
887 68 
89 96 
244 
115 00 
50 00 
410 96 
248 90 



$2.619 40 



$27,589 15 



General Balanoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

ASSCTS. 

Cost of road $422,028 80 

Cost of equipment 8,788 61 

Current assets, as follows, viz.: 

Cash on hand $1,918 66 

Due by agents 1 ,794 82 

Open accounts 929 67 

Materials and supplies 8,644 21 

Sundries 1.954 04 

16,211 80 

$441,008 80 



Catskill Mountain. 167 

Liabujtxbs. 

Oqiital stock. |89,000 00 

Fondflddcbt 808,200 00 

(XtrreM liabilitiea, €L9 foUo to«, viz, : ^ 

btenst on funded debt due and accrued.. $1 ,041 67 

Anllted vouchera and pay rolls 2,820 47 

Open accounts. 81 62 

Lous and bUla payable 6,655 50 

Sondries 2,419 08 

12,518 84 

ProOft and 1068 Csurplua) 86,284 96 

~ $441,008 80 

Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. All local. 

Rvmber of passeuKers carried , 47,458 

Kwnber of itassengers carried one mile 628,671 

bomber of tons of freight carried 10,000 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 140,000 

Total train mUeage. mixed 81,862 



ITKM. 


Eamhigs. 


Expenses. 


Profit. 


FMsenger earnings and ezi>en8es (including 
maO, express and miscellaneous earnings) .... 


$88,728 66 

816 

061 

1 216 

10,753 09 

1 075 

076 

337 


$22,069 89 
465 
035 
692 

5,519 76 
562 
080 
178 


$16,650 26 
851 


Awnure ner iMunenirer Der mile 


026 


ATerage per passenger train per mile 

rtefeht earnings amd expenses (including mis- 
ceflaneous earnings) 


628 

5,288 88 
5 28 


Average per ton of T'^eight carried 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


067 




164 







Item. 
Oompoted on earnings from carrying pcMsengers and freight only. 

Average rate reoelved per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

▲▼erage r^te received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. 



Description of Iload and Equipment, 



All local. 
Cents. 



6.1 
7.6 



Track. 


1-^ 






Hatn line from CatskiU to Palenville, single track 


15.75 


"s.n 


1 16 76 


Bfanches, or other roads, laid, single track . 


8.77 









Total single track 


15.76 


8.77 


19.62 






Sidings and turnouts on main line 


.95 


"*.*84 


.95 


8>^^ngsand turnouts on branches or other roadit 


.84 


Total sidings and turnouts 


.95 


.34 


1.20 






G ud total of tracks, sidings and tiunouts 


16.70 


4.11 


20.81 






I id with steel raU. main Ihie 


16.70 


"'4.'ii 


16.70 


I U with steel railj branches or other roads 


4.11 









▼eragelife of ties, 6 to 8 years; weight of rails per yard— steel, 40 lbs.; gauge of track, 
S It ; ballasted with gravel. 



168 KSPOBT OF THE EaILBOAD C0MKI88IONBS8. 

Details or Bbakchu or Othxr Boaob. 



Name op Branch or Road. 




To 


II 
III 


^1 




OJf^ KailroiMl 


Cairo Junction 


Cairo 


8.77 


Owned... 


8.77 









Bridoks. 


8TATB. 


Number. 


^"ssr 


Iron bridges 


6 









E^UIPMSNT. 



1! 



Locomotives, 4 drivers 

First-class passenger cars 

Second-class passenger cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars 

Total 

Box freigbt cars 

Coal freight cars 

Flat freigbt cars 

Total'. 



12 



B 



I 






60,000 



4 


4 


18,000 




4 


4 


6 


6 


1,500 




6 


6 


4 


4 


1,100 




4 


4 


14 


14 






14 


14 



18 



18 



Eameb^ vacumn brake and Janney coupler on all passenger and baggage cuv, also on a portion 
of freigbt cars. 
Split switches only In use on road. 

Misoellaneons Statistios. 

Entire line 1b 
ITKH. N. Y. State. 

Telephone owned and operated by company, 169^ miles owned, 8^ miles leased. . 19.50 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company $46,000 00 

Railroads crossing road over grade 1 

Highway crossings at grade without protection, 0. M. Ry., 16; Cairo R. B., 6. . . 81 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 1 

Highway crossings over or under grade t 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track • 

Passenger cars are heated by ordinary stoves, lighted with kerosene oil and ventilated by 
window and roof ventilators. 
American Express Company runs over line; rate 80 cents per cwt. 
No contract with United States government for transportation of mails. 

« $9,000 in 1888, $6,000 in 1886. 



Catskill Mountain. 

DSSGRIPTIOR or FsnOBT MOYXD. 



169 



Item. 



Itow and grain 

Mttttand prortaloiis . 



Ootl and ooke 

All other •crrtcultural products 

AS oCher araclea not Included aboTe . 



Total. 



Tonnage. 



800 


8 


800 


8 


900 


9 


776 


7.75 


8,136 


81.85 


4,100 


41 



10,000 



Percent. 



100 



Number or AoomEHTB. 



Othar than paasengers or employes. , 



Employes. 

Ifsige number of persons employed (including officials) during yr ar . 
AQT^pite smonnt of salaries and wages paid them 



Injured. 



$15,818 07 



Name. 



Officers of the Company. 

ntU. Official Addreu. 

ALmBO Van Saittvoord .... President Lincoln Nat. Bank, N. T. city. 

Cras L Bkach Vice-President Catskill, N. Y. 

OasDi DAT Treasurer Catskill, N. Y. 

OsAS. A. Beach Gen. Supt. and Secretary. . Catskill, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

JkLVEED Tan Sahtyoord New York city. 

Cais L. Beach Catskill, N. Y. 

ObrinOat Catskill, N.Y. 

FfeBDEBicK Hill CatskUl,N.Y. 

bAAoPRUTH Catskill, N. Y. 

Samuel L. Prkpield Catoklll, N. Y. 

JobbH. Baqlet Catskill, N. Y. 

Gboboe v. Aawter New York city . 

Obas. u Rickerson New York city. 

CSA& T. Vam SAimrooRD New York city. 

Gboboe H. Beach Catskill, N. Y. 

•Jacob I Wermbr Catskill, N. Y. 

CR&aA. Beach Catskill, N. Y. 

Tltfe of company, Catskfll Mountain Railway Company. 

GoMnl offices at CatskiU, N. Y. 

tete of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

fiite of stockholderd^ annual meeting, June 20. 

For inrormatlon oonoeming this report, address Charles A. Beach, Secretary. 



CAYUGA AND SUSaiTSHANKA. 

Lessor. 
Lessee — Delaware. Lackawanna and Western. 



CDate of charter, AprU 18, 1848.D 




For hirtory of organlBation, etc., see Beport of 1898. 

Capital Stock. 






COMMON. 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
paryalue. 


Aii^ih«>i| w law or charter 


60,000 
10,687 


$l,600,00a 
689,110 


tMal WW ooiiitamUng 








98 


[— . ■ 




« Deceased. 
32 







170 



BbPOBT of THB KaILSOAD C0MMI88IONBK8. 



Cost of Boad and Sqaipment. 

BOAD. 



Total cost imto 



June SO, 

$128,768 8B 
94,78812 

^ . MCMSn 

Land, land damages and fences 44,808 18 

Passenger and freight stations, engines and car houses, shops, machinery and 

tools, fuel and water stations 88,71B 08 

JBngineering expenses 18,780 88 



Qrading, masonry and ballast. 

Bridges 

Superstructure (Inclndinff ties) and rails . 
^ ■ irei 



Total cost of road. 



'880,408 01 



I/)oomotiTee 

Mail, baggage and express cars. 
Freight and other cars , 



Equipment. 



$57,570 90 

20,108 88 

1,774 a 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment 

Income Accoiint for Year Endlnf^ Jane 30, 1893. 

Income from cUl aources, atfollotog, viz.: 
Twelve months' rental recelTod from lessee 



$79,64190 



Payments from net income, cu follotoa, viz.: 
'Dividends declared, nine per cent on $589,110 common stock. 



Surplus for year ending June 90, 1893 

General Iroome Acconnt. 



$flQO,O00 0P 

$54,800 00 

68,010 90 
$1,96018 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893 
Surplus up to June 80, 1802 



$1,580 10 
11,844 10 



Less sundry small disbursements made by lessors in maintaining organization . 
Total surplus June 80, 1893 



$18,484 18 
415 80 



Oost of road 

Cos&of equipment 

Current cMse/<, cufoUowSf viz.: 
Oashon hand 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 



$18,006 TO 



Oapital stock 

Profit and loss (surplus) . 



LZABILITIBS. 



$6»,46601 
79,54100 



8,116 78 
$808,116 70 

$689,110 06 
18,006 70 

$808,116 70 



Officers of the Company. 



Name. TitU, Official Addr^zz, 

PaBOT R. Pywb President 6S Wall street, New York dty. 

Moses Tatlob Ptnx Vice-President 68 Wall street, New York d^. 

Stephen S. Palmer Secretary and Treasurer. ... 58 Wall street^ New York city. 

WiLtjAM F. Hallstead. . . . General Manager Scranton, Pa. 

W.B. Pierce General Agent Ithaca, N.Y. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name. Rezidencz, 

Perot B, Ptne New York ctar . 

■John I. Blair Blairstown, N. J. 

WiLUAM Walter Phelps Englewood, N. J. 

Samuel Sloan New Y'^rk dty. 

M. Tatlor Ptne New York dty. 

Henrt a. 0. Tatlor , New York d|y. 

Bdwin F. Hatfield New York d^. 

Lawrence Tobiiurb New York dly . 

Stephen S. Palmer NewYoikdty. 

Title of company, The Cayuga and Susquehanna BaUroad Company. 
Qeneral offices at Ithaca, N.Y. 
Date of dose of fiscal year, December 81 . 
Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday In June. 
For information concerning this report, address Fred F. Chambers, Secretar 
Delaware, Lackawanna and western Company, 96 Bzchange Plaoe, New York cU 



and AndttoTj 



Centbal Dock and Tbsminal. 171 



CENT&AL DOCK AND TERMINAL. 

Lbmob. 

K — PHfLADBLPBIA AMD RkADIXO. 

(Date of charter, May 81, 1889.) 



For hktorj of organization, etc., aee Report of 1802. 

Total cost of 
road and equipment 
Cost of Road and Equipment, up to June au, 1808^ 

Grand total cost of road and equipment $545,800 81 



InoouKe Aooonnt for Tear Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

Income from all sources $27,866 48 

DedMctunu from ineom,e, atfollow*, viz. : 

Beatals $1,240 00 

8slsries,etc 980 00 

Insuranoe 1,280 00 

Tmss 6,916 63 

Offloe expenses 626 00 

Interest OD loans 1,229 49 

10,710 86 



Sarphis for year ending June 80, 1808 $16,666 10 



General Inoome Aoooant. 

r year ending June 80, 1808 $16,666 10 

Sorphis up to June 80, 1802 80,601 46 



TMal surplus June 80, 1898 $68,156 68 



General Balaoee Sheet* Jane 80, 1893. 

ASSKFB. 

Oast of road and equipment $646,809 81 

(htrrtiU otsefs, as ftMow^ vU. : 

GHhoDjiand $1,718 29 

Openaooounts 14,682 78 

16,851 02 



$661,660 88 



LlABILITIBS. 

Ovttalstock $487,600 00 

OmrmU UabOitieB, aa foUotoB, vie. : 

iBtsrest on floating debt due and accrued $608 76 

Opsnaoeoants 1,000 00 

Loans and Mils payable 19,600 00 

21,008 75 

FroAt and loss (snrplus) 68,166 68 

$661,060 88 

Oflleers of the Company. 

Name. TlUe, OffieUa Addren. 

TteODOBsToownn.. lYesident Fhiladelphia, Fa. 

H.WAX;nBWsBB .... Vice-President Grand Central depot. New York dty. 

A G. LwxASD Secretary and Treasurer.. Grand Central depot, Mew York city. 



174 



Repobt of the Kailroad Commissioners. 



Analysis of Gross Eamlns^ and Operating; Expenses — (Continued). 
Opbratino Expknsks. 



Psssenser. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Maintenance of way and ttrttcturet : 

Repairs of track 

Repairs of bridges (iocludlng oulverts and 

cattle guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 



$8,089 72 

88 00 
99 87 
61 28 



$2,612 67 

24 46 

17 14 
40(8 



Total. 



$4,077 45 



$2,695 05 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs cf locomotives , 

Repairs of cars , 

Repairs of machinery and tools. , 



$453 74 

874 98 

48 



$288 87 

187 84 
32 



Total. 



$829 15 



$477 03 



Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engrineers and fireman 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil andAvaste 

Water supply 

0( her train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. 



Total. 



$1,996 65 

2,232 77 

2,441 &4 

148 46 

80 75 

352 06 

1,101 08 

446 51 

12:^ 64 

21 00 

$8,943 4^ 



General expenses : 

Salari«>s of general officers and clerks 

Oeneral office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Out-lde agencies and advertieing 

Legal expenses 

Lo«3 and damage of freight and bafrgage 

Telegraph maintenance and opt^ration 

Mileage of cars of otl.er companies (debit 

balance) 

Other general expenses 



Total 

Qrand total operating expenses. 



$1,103 13 

87 72 

428 22 

42 00 

60 



440 10 



124 73 

48 30 



$2,280 80 



$16,180 86 



$732 13 

56 22 

237 88 



40 

1 15 

296 47 

711 47 
34 48 



$2,0r0 15 



$11,177 48 



$6,5a» 

6106 
ST 01 
108 14 



$6,772 50 



r4S61 

562 77 

80 



$1,306 18 



$1,832 82 


$8,389 47 


1,507 07 


8,7MM 


1,626 00 


4,067 54 


99 04 


247 49 


58 88 


184 58 


40 66 


898 72 


684 08 


I,ffi5l6 


605 83 


S52 84 


n 92 


194 56 


14 00 


85 00 


$5,935 25 


$14,878 70 



$1,885 » 
148 94 
666 06 
42 00 
100 
1 15 
742 57 

886 20 
8B78 



$4,850 96 



$27,808 38 



Oeneral Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

ASSSTS. 

Oostof road $l,4SO,618«6 

Cost of equipment 18,709 89 

Current assets, as foUotoSy vix, : 

Cash on hand $5,886 66 

Due by agents 1,286 65 

Open accounts 2,990 07 

Materials and supplies 446 48 

10,008 81 

Profit and loss (deficiency) 2,541 76 

$1,451,778^ 

LlABIUTIES. 

Capital stock $1 ,000,000 00 

Funded debt 350,000 00 

Current liabilities, as follows, viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $8,760 00 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 27,877 88 

Open accounts 2,564 06 

Loans and bills payable 68,081 88 



101,778 82 



$1,451,778 82 



Cemtbal Nbw York' and Wkstben. 



17S 



Trafllo and Mlleagre StatlsUcs. 

Itbm. All local. 

Somber of pMSongera carried 82,994 

Vnmber of pasflengers carried one mile 866,919 

Humber of tons of freight carried 40, 948 

Homber of tons of freight carred one mile 697,488^ 

FlHHnger train mileage 84,019^ 

IMgbt train mUeage 2S,749 

* 

Total train mOeage 56,784 



Itsm. 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Loss. 



Paanager ecunings and expenses (including 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) .... 

Average per passenger carried 

Average per passenger per mile 

ATMsgeper passenger train per mile*. 

Freight earnings and expenses (Including mfs- 

oellaoeous earnings) 

Averag ' per ton of freight carried 

Average per t'^n of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



$18 385 46 
8708 
0834 
8597 



21,404 18 
6318 
08068 
9406 



$16,180 85 
4889 
0440 
4748 



11,177 48 

2777 I 
01608 
49184 I 



$8.896 89 
1180 
0106 
1145 

Profit. 
10,386 64 
8641 
01468 
44964 



Item. 
(Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 
Average rate received per mile for carrving passengers, all classes. . . . 
Average rate received per mile per toQ for carrying freight, all classes. 



Through and 

local. Oents. 

^ 8.166 

8.068 



l>eacrlption of Road and Equipment. 

Miles owned, all 
♦Track. in N. Y. State. 

VatD Hoe laid, single track 10.98 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 8.C5^ 

^Qrand total of tracks, sidbigs and turnouts 99.08 

Uld with steel rail, main line, standard gauge 61.84 

UU with Btcel rail, main line, narrow gauge 8.66 

Uid with iron rail, main line, narrow gauge 86.19- 



Weigfat of rails per yard— steel, maximum, standard gauge, 56 lbs. ; minimum, narrow gauge,^ 
40 lbs.; iron, maximum, narrow gauge, 85 lbs.; minimum, narrow gauge, 80 lbs ; gauge of 
track, 4 feet 8H inches, 3 feet; ballasted with gravel . 





Briooes. 


ENTIRE LINE IN NEW TORE 
STATE. 




Number. 


^fS^** 


Iras bridges 


8 
80 
184 


Feet, 
800 




1,800 
17,166^ 


Wooden tresSes 








Ttotal 


156 


19,16(( 

— 





*8taodard gauge. Belfast to VerkensviUe and Homellsvllle; narrow gauge, Olean to Angelica, 
t Owing t? the deterioration of the permanent way aod structures below the standard of safety 
man tills company cime into possession of the property 88.81 miles are not in operation. 



176 



Repobt op the Railroad Commisbiokkbs. 



Description of Bead and Kqolpment — (Continued). 



Equipment. 


1 


i 
i 


1^ 


^4 


Locomotives, 6 drivers 


IN.G 1) 
Is. G. 2f 
1 N. Q. U 
Is. Q. 7f 


8 

8 


1 
8 




Locomotives. 4 drivers 


5 






Total 


11 


11 


9 


fi 







Plrst-daas passenger cars 

Combination cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars. 

Total 

Box freight cars , 

Stock freight cars 

Goal freight cars 

flat freight cars 

Caboose, 4-Hheel cars 

Total 



»N.0. 4» 
Is. G 4f 
S. G. 2 
<N. G. 21 
(S.G. If 


8 
2 
8 


8 
8 
8 


8 
t 

S 


18 


IS 


18 


IS 



♦ N. G.18I 

IS.G. 4f 

N. G. 8 

N. O. 21 

jN. G 87J 

Is. G. 6f 

N. G. 1 



I 



Passenger cars are equipped with Westlnghouae air brake; freight cars with link and pin. 
Part of coaches equipped with Janney coupler; part with Miller coupler. 
Lorenze split switch in u«e on standard g^uge; stub switches on narrow gauge. 



Mlsoellaneous Statistics. 
Itkm. 
Bailroads crossing road over or under grade , 



In N. Y. Stata 
« 

P:usenger cars are heated by steam in passenger trains; coal stoves on mixed tralni; 
lighted by oil lampe and ventilated by deck roofs. 

American Express Conpany runs over narrow gauge division of road at agreed montUf 
compensation. 

United States Express Company on standard gauge division at agreed monthly oompensatfoB. 

United States mail is carried on narrow division only at agreed annual compensation. 

DsscRiPTioN OF Freight Moved. 



Item. 



Flour 

OtherimiU products . . . 

Grain 

Meats and provisions . 

Live stock 

Lumber. 



Pig and bar iron and steel 

OcMd and coke 

Petroleum and other oils 

Shipments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 

within this State from maniuactorles within this State ."T 

All other manufactures 

All other merchandise % 

All other agricultural products , 

All other articles not included above 



Total. 



Tonnage. 



411 
844 
997 
96 
89 
18,477 
896 
8,647 
881 

1,068 
2,241 
1,797 
9,988 
6 



Percent. 



1.01 
f.00 
8.4B 

M 

.S 

45.91 

.98 

9.06 

.Bl 

8.6B 
6.06 
4.47 
»«.06 
M 



100 



Employes. 
Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggreg ate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



100 
888.964.W 



Ckmtbal New Yokk and Westbkn. 



177 



Ofllo«n of the Cfompany. 

name. Title. 

JoKN Btrnb Presldentand Qeneral Manager. . . . 

Tbase. Suluvan Smith. . Vice- President and Gen. (Counsel. . . 

Gamiixb WKmcKrcLD ... Treasurer 

Lbwis D. Wilson Secretary 

Mjtchbll 8. BLija Qeneral Superintendent 

HKiniT 8. Hastings Auditor and General Agent 

Crarlbs H. Hakmohd.. . Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent. 



Official Addrt». 

45 Wall street. N. Y. city. 
54 Wail street, N. T. dtj- 

46 WaU street, N Y. city. 
51 Wall street, N. Y, city . 
Angelica, N. Y. 
Angelica, N. Y. 
HomeUsville, N. Y. 



I>lrectors of the Company. 

Name, Reaidence 

John Btbnb New York city . 

SiapMaH A. Lathbop New York city. 

PcBOY W. 8BBBMAN Now York city. 

C. Waltbr Arty New York city. 

Lbwis F. Wiubon New York ciU^. 

Fbaxr Sullivan SxrrH Angelica, N. x . 

John S. Rockwbll Angelica, N. Y. 

Hbnrt 8. Hastinos Angelica, N. Y. 

WiLLiAif M SicrrB Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clarbkcb M. Smtih Rosebank, N. Y. 

Camillb Wbidknpkld Orange. N. J. 

LooAN G. Nbwsom Columbus, O. 

Frank P. Btrnb Detroit, Mich. 

Title of company. The Oentral New York and Western Railroad Company. 
Geaeral offices at Angelica, N. Y. 
Date of close of flscaJ year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Monday 4n December. 

For information concerning this report, address Henry 8 Hastings, Auditor and Qeneral 
Agent. ^ 



CHATEAUGAY BAILBOAD. 

(Date of charter. May 80, 1879.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stoob. 



Avthorlzed by law or charter, issued for actual 
cssh and now outstanding 



Number of 
shares. 



760 



Total 
par value. 



$75,000 



Cash realised 
on amount 
outstanding. 



t76,000 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



Orading. masonry and ballast . 



SapWBtmcture (including ties) 

UuMl damages 

PiSSHiger and freight stations . 

Eoglne and car houses 

Eoglneerlng expenses 



ToUleostof road. 



Equipment. 

LooomotiTes 

FMsenger cars 

■sO, baggage and express cars , 

Fteii^t and other cars 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
30,1898. 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1898. 



$84,189 71 
18,0S6 81 

180,018 89 
6,035 84 
9,714 18 
8,66^07 
7,086 80 



$258,666 10 



TotaJ cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment. 



$1,763 84 
1,587 60 



$3,840 84 



$3,340 84 



$61,191 09 
88,988 00 
4,618 46 

116,606 or 



$205,848^ 



$457,999 88 



178 Rkpobt of thk Railroad Commibsionkks. 

DBTAIUB of ADDtnOMS OR BSTTBRinDrTB DURDfO TBB YBAR. 

One new baggage car $1 ,75S H 

Two new tip can for ore SflO 00 

Six aets transfer trucks 1 ,tt7 00 

98,840 84 

Inoome Acconnt for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation $160,806 tS 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 116,884 IS 

Gross inoome from all sources $64,188 10 

Deductions from tncom«, €ufollaws^ vie.: 

Rentals $18,00100 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 2,487 19 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 118 60 

^ Taxes other than above 600 08 

15,860 71 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 $48,871 00 

General Income Account. 

Surplus June 80, 1693 $48,871 88 

Surplus June 80, 18«8 634,848 81 

Total surplus, June 80, 1883 $683 ,719 91 

Detailed Statement op Rentals. 

Chateaugay Railway Go's line from Lyon Mountain to Saran&c Lake, being 
interest on $200,000, in bonds of that oompanv's issue $18,000 00 

Plattsburgh and Dannemora Railroad, so called, leased from State, consider- 
ation being trbe transportation of supplies to Clinton prison and annual 
rental of 1 00 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income $18,001 00 



Analysis of Gross ISamlngs and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 



Freight, all local.... 
Passengers, all local. 
MaU, 



Express 

MiaceUaneov*^ as follows^ viz.: 

Telegraph 

Parlor cars 



Total gross earnings . 



$860 70 
3,282 70 



Passengers. 



$59,704 19 
5,015 68 
4,462 41 



3,643 40 



$72,825 63 



Freight. 



$107,640 70 



$107,540 70 



Total. 



$107,640 70 
59,704 10 
5,015 68 
4,48^41 



3,643 40 



$180,866 18 



Operatimo Expenses. 



Maintenance of vay and 8trueture$: 

Repairs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences , 



Total. 



$4,001 Si 

284 86 
170 67 
128 31 

$4,685 66 



$11,846 15 

822 68 
402 88 

831 68 

$13,488 89 



$15,947 97 

1,107 64 
668 56 

4S9 90 

$18,179 06 



; "> ' 



Chateauoay. 179 

▲iiAlysls of Gross EamlDgs aod Operating; Expenses - (Cootinued). 



Passenger. 



Freight. 



Total 



Mtthiienanee of equipment: 

Bepsln of looomotiTes 

Bspsin of cars 

Bmsin of machinery and tools 

Oc&er expenses for matnteLance of equipment. 



$2,160 28 

8,087 71 

900 

48 88 



$6,238 05 

11,087 27 

26 06 

141 18 



Tbtal. 



$5,805 87 



$17,488 46 



Cimditeting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

WsMS of engineers and firemen 

FuM for locomotives 

Oflsnd waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Waires for labor at stations 

Staaon supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen.. 
Otaer expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



$8,878 35 
2,681 44 
6,8^ 79 

701 56 

127 54 

68 62 

2,056 46 

1,C02 80 

286 54 
1 ,0-.*0 65 

188 62 



$18,828 88 



$10,214 51 
7,062 17 
16,647 46 

i,rr5oo 

828 65 

181 74 
5,416 22 
2,641 99 

755 02 
2,661 79 

488 02 



$48,157 25 



$8,899 28 

14,114 06 

85 06 

ICO 06 



$28,739 38 



$14,002 86 

9,748 61 

22,968 25 

2,476 55 

456 10 

250 86 

7,472 70 

8,648 87 

1,C41 56 

3,672 44 

667 24 



$66,485 63 



Otneral expenses : 
flslaries of Sfneral officers and clerks. 


$1,700 81 
54 45 
218 54 
188 88 
60 68 
191 76 


$4,505 82 
148 80 
562 43 
496 17 
183 41 
502 42 


$6,216 68 
^ 197 75 


Oeneral office expenses %nd supplies. 


Stationery and orintinr. 


775 97 


Oatside agencies and advertising 


6^4 56 


Other general expenses 


253 04 
694 18 






Total 


$2,428 67 


$6,803 55 


$8,880 12 






Qrand total operating expenses 


$30,748 48 


$85,485 65 


$116,284 18 







General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 



Oostof road 

Cost of equipment 

Omrrent <usetSy asfoUows^ viz. 

Doe by agents 

Oftea accounts 

aater^als and supplies 

SoDdrles 



$252,666 :0 
205,848 22 



2,440 14 

266,996 06 

31,276 81 

808 

$758,719 91 



LiABiLmss. 



Qipttal stock 

Itaflt and loss (surplus) . 



$75 000 00 
688,719 91 

r68,719^ 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Itbm. 



VsBiber of passengers carried 

Vnmber of passengers carried one mile 

Vomber of tons of freight carried 

r of tons of freight carried one mile. 



All local. 

87,460 

1,892,086 

178,214 

5,200,570 



Passenger train mileage. 
IMghttraf 



fte^t train mileage. , 
Another train mileage. . 

TMal train mileage 



88,864 

128,875 

7,470 



218,009 



180 Repobt of the Sailboad Cohmissionicbs. 

Tralllc and Mll«ace StetUUcs — (OonUnued). 



ITSM. 


Bamings. 


Expenses. 


Profit. 


Fmsmnger earnin^i and expenses (Including 

noAil, expreae and mlsoeUaneooa earnings). . . . 

Average per passenger carried 


972,825 63 

1 94 

06 

87 

107,640 70 
60 
0» 
887 


980,748 48 
86 
(Si 
86 

86,486 66 
48 
016 
665 


949,077 06 




m 


Average per passenger train per mQe 

Ftaiffht earnings and expenses (including mis- 
oeDaneouB earnings) 


21,006 06 


Average per ton of freight carried 


U 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


01 


Average per freight trun per mile 


178 







Itsm. 
(Tompnted on earnings from canying passengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. . 



Alllocal. Oenti. 



4.9 



Description of Road and Equipment. 








Track. 


I'M 


'4 


I 


Main line from DannAnmi^ to T^yon Mountain, single track 


18.01 
9.71 


54.81 
1.94 


n.n 


Sidings and tiunouts on main line .T 


10.96 






Graod totA.1 of tracks, sidings and turnouts 


27.72 


66.06 


88.98 






Laid with steel raU, main line 


27.72 


66.06 


88.78 







Average life of ties, 5 years; weight of rails per yard— steel, 46 lbs. ; gauge of tmck^ 8 feet; 



Dbtails of Branohbs 


OR Othbr Roads. 








Name of Branch or Road. 


1 

From To 

1 
1 
1 


■9s 


•s 

1 




Plattsburgh and Danne- 


Plattsburgh 

Lyon Mountain... 


Dannemora 

BaranacLake 


16.92 
88.80 


Leased. 
Leased. 


15.99 


Chateaugay Raflroad 


88.89 



Bridobs. 


KNTXRS LDCm IN NKW TOBK 
STATE. 


Number. 


^fssir 




2 
16 


'^ 




i,vm 






18 


*,mi 





Iron bridges 

Wooden bridges. 

Total 



CHATEArOAT. 



181 



I>es«riptloi& of Road and Equipment — (Continued). 



Equipmbrt. 



I 

I 



a 

1 



Si 









LoeomotiTn, 6 driyerB. 
LooomotiveB, 4 drlvera, 

ToUa 

nratcbMB passenger can, 

mehidiog two parlor cars 

Seoond-claM passenger can 

Biggage, mafl and express 

osra 

Trtsl 



18,000 
6,000 



S,000 
,0001 
i 85,000 f 



11 



10 



5 


8 


8 








16 


16 


2 




8 








2 


2 


8 




8 












10 


3 


18 








18 


18 



Box fivight can 


88 

244 

17 

111 

8 

1 

78 


6 
9 


44 

844 

17 

180 

8 

1 

78 










. 80 


Stock freight can 

Oosl freignt can 




nst freight can 


40 


Ckbooser4-wfae**] can 

Bnow plow 




Sfrrice can 








Tolsl 


498 


15 


507 










60 







Puseoger can are equipped with Miller coupler and Eames^bnke; freight cars with Smith 
eoapler. 
CM-iron split and stub switches In use on road. 

Miscellaneous Statistics. 

Entire line in 
Item. N. Y. State 

fUegranh owned and operated by company, miles 98.89 

BsBroad crossing over or under grade 1 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 86 

Highway crossing at grade protected by gates or flagmen 1 

H]f(hway crossing over or under grade 1 

Overhead obstruction less than twenty feet above track 1 

^ J- can are heated by beaten and stoves, lighted with kerosene lamps and ventilated 

\f tnmklights. 
Katknal Express Company runs over line at fixed schedule rates. 

The company runs parlor can over line; an additional charge of 1 8-10 cents per mfle is noade. 
VfaoBd sums per annum, based on weight, received for transportation of United States mail. 

DuoRipnoif or Frkioht Movsd. 

Item. 

Tonnage. 

noar vS 

ftsln... 966 

Ibatsand nrovlslons 685 

Li"Bber «8,^ 

n sad bariron and steel 8,098 

fr land other ores M.088 

Q J and coke 80,885 

h raleam and other oils 684 

S pments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies within this 

tats from manufactories within this State 6 1 7jw 

A] other manufactures J.JOO 

A] other merchandise •«796 

11 other agricultural products !*{66 

11 QCfasr articles not included above MW 

Mil 178,814 



182 Bepobt or the Kailboad Oommissioness. 

Ndmbbb or A0CIDEMT8. 





Injured. 


Killed. 


TbtaL 


IBmnlnyflw ....,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,.,-,, t • t - -.. t r ,,.»»- 


2 


1 


I 







Emplotss. 

Average number of persons employed (Including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



IM 



Officers of the Company. 

Name, Title, Official Addreu. 

SvithM. Wkbd President Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

F. J. D0MINICK Vioe-Fresident 81 Cortlaod street. New York cily. 

J. N. Stowrb General Manager Plattsburgh, N. Y . 

M. L. French Superintendent Plattsburgh, N. Y. 



DireotoTS of the Company. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Smith M. Weed Plattsburgh. N. Y. 

F. J. DoMiNiox. 81 Cortland street New York c 

J. N.SrowBR Plattsburgh, N.Y. 

Title of company, Ohateaugay Railroad Company. 

General offices at Plattsbureh, N.Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year June 80. 

For information concerning this report address M. L. French, Superintendent. 



CHATEAUGAY RAILWAY. 

Lbbsob. 

Lkssbb — Chatbauoat Baiuioad. 

(Date of charter, July 18, 1887.) 



Capital Stock and Funded I>ebt. 

Capital Stook. 





COMMON. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
parTalne. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued for actual cash and now 

tnifafjLnAintr 


1,680 


$168,000 







Number of stockholders . 



Funded Debt. 





Bate. 


i 


interest. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


realised 


Designation op 
Lien. 


1 


When 
payable. 


onamoiut 
ontstaod- 


First mortgage bds. . 


Aug. 1, 1887 


80 


p.C. 


Aug. & Feb. 


$900,000 


$900,000 


»9W,006 



Ohateauoay. ^ 188 

Cost of Road and Bqalpment. 

Total cost of road 
Road. up to June 80, 1898 

Onding, mas^wry and ballast 9188,248 

Supentructure (indudlng ties) 47.090 

Si&i. 111,680 

FHwager and frel«:ht stations 11,900 

KngtuA and car houses 2,900 

Fuel sod water stations 050 

&igiiieerlng expenses 19,782 

1V>tal cost of road $868,000 



Income Aooonnt for year ending June 30, 1893. 

(Trow income from all tourcea, as follows^ viz.: 
Rentals $19,000 

DeiueHoju from income^ atfolUnos^ viz.: 
bterest on funded debt due and accrued 19,000 

General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

ASSBTS. 

Oortofroad $868,000 



LlABTUTIBS. 

ONtftsl Stock $168,000 

Ftmdeddvbt 900,000 



$868,000 



OflBoers of the Company. 

Name. Title, Official Addren. 

Bmitb M. Weed President Plattsburgh, N. T. 

M. L. Fbknoh Supt. andV. P Piattoburgh, N. Y. 

J.N.Stowkr Gen. Manager Plattsburgh, N. T. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

SmTHM. WUD Pittsburgh, N. Y. 

AjroBXW Williams Plattsburgb, N. Y. 

B. M . Oltphaht New York city. 

Jas. M. BuRDKir Troy, K. Y. 

A. L. iHifAJf Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

Edward Hall Plattsburgh , N. Y. 

M. M. Pabxhdbst Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

M.L. FasHOH Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

B.A. Weed Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

M.Davis ^ Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

Title of company, Chateaugay Railway Company. 

General offices at Plattsburgh N. Y. 

Date of dose of fisoal year,T)eoember 81 . 

Vvr Information concerning this report address M. L. French, Superintendent. 



OHAUTAUaUA LAEX. 

W. E. Gbioos, Beceiver. 
(Date of consolidation, September 27, 1886.) 



No report for June 80, 1803, reoelTod. Last report filed was for 1809. 



184 IlKrtiRT UK THK liAUKnAn ( ^ "MM TSSIONLRS. 

CHERRY VALLEY, SHARON AND ALBANY. 

I . it.^ s E K — A Lv A N y ^ s n .S i ' i^i^ v Jin a n n i . 

I ImR' I'f chari<.'r April Mh W*i,) 

e»pitH^I Muck. 



Aiitbi:.n>jf'il ^^y Ift^v nr rluirtri*. 
TotjiU now imEyTtiEHlInp .^„ . ... 



Niittiber I 
1 if f^hjirr^- 

I 



Par faluB. 






Fr.VliKti IH'TiT, 



I £ (STf--]HCAT. I 

t -J ' AnH'tint AniniiuE 

I " ' ,.,.1 , 



TolJil e'*l "f t'<knJ u|> to Jun*^:ti)i tS',^;i ,,... , . $aNi)400 0i> 

LeRHf of rJw rriJh! ..,. ...,.,....,., ,*^-..- Sn.4^5i* 

lot^n^Hl "Ti fiJiulcd dftii; iliir- mul firiTTH'tl ..,...,. ... ,. ,....,, ...,-^ JUOfOOO 

IH'IIHI foryn.M- Miulitiu- Jtiri-> M\ l^ll'L..,. .,,,,».,,.. ..,, ..., ffl.STa 41 

IJrnprjiL |ii|iitiii« AtConnL 

Tk'llrir lor VHiir -Hiding J nMt^ 'u, 1S^i:j ., .. , ,,,,. iO.liTX' U 

IK^aeiiupto Jfin^-^'>. 1>^'^^ , . ii,r.cvu fit 

Total ilMjirft Jinii' 117, ]^',y\.,. , . , fioa.iriias 



AsHfrr?. 
0>fltorTimil -Mr--. -,M-... fii^,lC«» 



l4Uan.rTj»{. 

CrtpHalHtt^^k .-- - ' .-..r - ,.... t2«!), 10000 

Funam rJL4^t , . . , - -.,-.. ,,. *iO,O0Q i» 

Delawari' tuid 1 \ w^mn Vauiil (.". KiipHiij ,..,,..,.. . , ..,.....,.,. liH, 153 09 



Chebet Valley, Shabok and Albany. 



186 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title, 

William H. TiLLnroHAaT President 

F. M. Oltphaut Secretary 

CHARLts A. Walker Treasurer 



QSUsial Addreee, 

, New York citji 
. New York city. 
. New York city. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name, Residence. 

A. Yam Santtgord New York city. 

WiLUAM H. TiLUicoHABT New York city. 

T. F. ToRRKT ScrantoD, Pa. 

R. Oltphamt New York city. 

B.a Grant New York city, 

F. M. Oltphamt New York city. 

C A. Walrrr New York city. 

Title of company. Cherry Valley. Sharon and Albany Railroad Company. 

Oeoeral offices at Cherry Valley. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Monday in June. 

For information conoening this report, address S. T. Henry, Auditor, New York city. 



CLOVE BRANCH. 

CDate of charter, November 21, 1808 ) 



For history of organisation, etc., see Beport' of 1893. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 


Cash realised 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


JLothorind by law or charter, issued for actual 
esah sod now outntandlng 


8,000 


9160,000 


$180,000 





VoBber of stockholders. 



Cost of Boad and Equipment. 



TlotalcfMtof roadtoJuneSO. 18B8 

Total cost of equipment to June 80. 18B6 . 



Grand total cost of road and equipment. 



87 



$160,000 00 
80,106 10 

'$188,106 10 



Ineome Aoconnt for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 



QrosB earnings from operation 

U'g operating expenses (excluding all taxes) . 

Loai from operation 

leomefrom other eource*^ €UfolUnos^ viz.: 
Bi iof tenements 



Loss from all sources 

i iduetionefram income, aafoUowa, viz.: 
Ti M on property used In opco^tion of rood. . 
lii es OB earnings and capital stock 



$80864 
70 47 



Mlctt for year ending June SO, 1898 . 

24 



$6,417 86 
9,787 84 



$8,890 04 
96 60 



$8,198 54 



s;4ii 

$8,587 65 



186 Repobt of the Railroad Commissionkbb. 

0«neral Inoome Aooonnt. 

Deficit for yearendine Juno 80, 1888 

Surplus up to June 8^ 1892 

Total surplus June 30, 1893 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

ELarninos. 



Opbratino Expbnscs. 



Maintenance of toay and 9trueture9: 

Repairs of track and roadbed 

Repairs of bridges Cincluding culverts 

cattle guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 



and 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repatrs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Otner expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



$117 64 

1 18 

84 

10 58 



$180 94 



$9,286 94 

22 69 

16 01 

901 10 



$9,474 87 



Total. 



Conducting transportation: 

Wages of conductors and men 

Waffes of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for iocomotives 

Oil and waste 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Station supplies 

Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



General expenses : 
Salaries of general officers and clerks . 

Stationery and printing 

Insurance 

Telegraph operation 

Other general expenses 



Total 

Grand total operating expenses. 



$57 00 
1 08 
1 60 
8 00 
4 19 



$66 82 



$481 87 



$1,088 00 
19 57 
80 40 
67 00 
79 69 



$1,969 66 



$9,255 97 



$8,667 66 
42,016 00 



$88,447 86 





Passenger. 


Freight 


TotaL 


Freight, all local 




$4,961 01 
1,880 09 


$4,861 01 


Passengers all local ^. ,^ 


$116 10 


116 10 


Miscellaneous, asfollotcs, viz.: 
Oar service 


1,880 60 










$116 10 


$6,881 70 


$6,447 80 







$2,8»88 

2)70 
16 86 
21106 



$9,606 11 



$95 47 
61 63 
14 11 


$484 08 

1,970 90 

968 09 


$600 48 

1,3«68 
282 20 


$101 91 


$9,093 01 


$2,124 22 



$44 88 


$848 17 


$f87 86 


59 85 


1,004 15 


1,067 00 


41 30 


784 66 


825 96 


9 14 


40 69 


42 88 


04 


79 


88 


80 00 


570 00 


• 60000 


99 


17 48 


18 40 


11 97 


997 49 


230 46 


$188 60 


$8,488 43 


$3,672 08 



$1,140 00 
20 60 
82 00 
60 00 
88 86 



$1,886 48 



$9,787 84 



General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1803. 

ASSBTS. 



Cost of road 

Cost of equipment , 

Other permanent investments, cu follows, viz. : 

Real estate 



Current assets, as follows, viz.: 

Cash on hand $1,904 56 

Due by agents 996 99 

Open accounts 1,486 86 



$160,000 00 
89,106 16 



1,988 22 



2,888 84 1 
$198,196 72 : 



i 

t 



Clove Bbanoh. 187 

LXABIUTDEB. 

Oipttdttock $160,000 00 

(krrttit lialbiUti«9^ atfoUotn^ viz.: 

AsdItBdToiichenaDd pajrolLi $8,868 07 

OpeDaooountB 1,897 80 

4,749 87 

Fnfltandlottdurplus) 88,447 86 

$198,196 78 

Traffic and Blileagre StatUtlos. 

Item. All local. 

Nuber of paaaengen carried 1 ,800 

Ksmber of panengerB carried one mfle 8,878 

Xamberof tooBof frolght carried 19,180 

Nuber of tons of freight carried one mfle 188,114 

Total train mileage, mixed 6,904 



ITKM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Loss. 


PMMPtu earnings and ezpenaes Cinclading 
■an, expreM and misoeUaoeoua earnings) . . . . 


$116 10 
08 
08 
09 

6,881 70 

88 

06 

1 08 


$481 87 
86 
18 
87 

9,966 97 

48 

08 

1 78 


$866 77 
88 


A wage per paMenger per mile 

Avnge per paannger train per mUe 

m^ eammgs and ezpensee (including mis- 


00 
88 

8,994 87 


Avavge per ton of freight carried 


16 


Ampce Der ton of freight ner mile 


08 


AvengA per freight tnun per mile. 


16 







Itbl 



Oofflputed on eamlDgs from carrying passengers and freight only. 

4vvage rate reoeived per mfle for carrring passengers, all classes 

ATwage rate received per mUe per ton for carrjrlng freight, all classes . 



AU local. 

Cento. 
3 
6 



DeiHsrlptloTi of Road and K^nlptnent, 





ft 


^1 

i 




|hh Ibe from Clore Branch Junction to Sylran I.alce, tingle track. . . 

ThlMJiUL 04- otber roadi. laid nlaele tmclc ^ l . . 4 


4.86 


*4!6i 


4.86 
4.01 








Total riogle track. .**..,*,..., ♦ „*.„..*, 


4.86 


4.01 


8.96 






Mtap KDft fttmnfitA on mfttn Wnn^, , ,,,,... ^^.^^ ^ ....<. i.. . ..... 


1.48 


***.'9i 


1.48 


•ftSpaadiurnouUon branehee" or other roiHfe 


.91 


"^l*!*! lldlllJTfl BrTld turnout*. . , . » . j j . . , . l . . . r . . n r . . . . . . . . . . t r ^ t t ^ - - - . . 


1.48 


.91 


9.84 






feaad total of tracks, aldlngs add tiimouto ,, ... 


6.68 


4.99 


10.60 


UM with tron rail main Uae . ... 


4.85 


*'4.'6i 


4.96 


UUl irith iTfm rati. hra.n^lMW| or O'l'b'^r I'^^P^ff. , . . . t . . t - - - r - n ^ ^ - - . . . , . 


4.01 









[Afnam Life of rails - Iron, 8Q years; av^oge life of ties, fl yearat weight of raila per yard — 
"«> mbs.: gatige of track, 4 fwt Sj^ Inches; ballasted wLtlj graTdl 



188 



KsPOfiT OF THE KaILROAD CoMMISSIONBRS. 



Details of Branches or Other Roads. 



Name of Branch or Road. 


From 


To 


.s 

II 

goo 

r 


O 


1 

■s 
1 


5 ' 


New York, Boston and Montreal Ry. . . 


Sylvan Lake.. 


Clove Valley.. 


4.01 


4.01 


.91 


4.« 



Bridges. 



Iron bridgeson N. Y., B & M. Ry. (operated) 

Wooden bridictjs —over FisbklU creek. 69 feet; highway, 82 feet 
Wooden trestles — one trestle, 144 feet; one trestle, 84.6 

Total 



ENTIRE UNB IN NEW TOtI 
STATE. 


Number. 


*sir 


1 
9 
2 


Feet 

m 

101 
178.1 


6 


».c 



Ei^vlFlrEPrr, 



-s 

c 

S 

I 

'A 






l1 

k 






fi 



^1 



LooorootlTOB, 4 drivers. 



s^ooo 



?S,QW 



CDmbtnatlOD cart.... ..,., 

Bf>I Tre'lFht CflLr^L] i i i ■■■ i r r ■ r ■■■■!■ ■■■■■■ ^ ■■■ i ■■ t t r ■■ ■ 




1 


].«W 


^,«n 


m 




4 ! 

4«| 


400 


IT.OW 


11 


Goal freight cars, + - . . . i. . . . . ^ . . . ^ * , . « . r , 






Totai -.. 


»i-* 


"" - 


'***", 




Ordinarf friiJpht brak<^ on cars. » 
Stub or open switch In use ou road. 


i. 








' 



Jtek. 
(^wt of real estftte now hi?lrl by compainy, exclusive of that ijeed In operation, . . . 

Total apifi4"w*sMJ value of n?iflJ «Ktiir^ aoi) peraon&l properly of company. . . , , 

Hlgbway croEislpga at grad^ wltbout protecUon .......,.,., , 



Entire lfn« te 
T 



^ ^^eoK^r car» are heated by coal Btovea, Ugbted by mineral se«J oH f 800 detgr«e« flos te^>. 
HMlfuntQated bj creamer ventOator. 



Clovk Branch. 

Dbboription or Frkiobt Moved. 



189 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent. 


noor 


10 

246 

8 

78 

1 

16,0M 

2,987 

11 

188 

80 

871 

119 




Grtin ....; 


l.S 


Metta'Aiid DroTisions 




Iflinbi»r,..T . . .. 




Pig and bar Iron and steel 




Iron or other oren 


88.7 


Coal and coke 


11.8 


PilmiAain and otJif»r oils 




AD ndi^r miuiuffictiirfis 




All other merchaodiae 




All other agricultural products 


1.4 


All other articlea not included above 








Total 


10,180 


100 







^ Employes. 
Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Afgregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



11 
$6,881 86 



Offloers of the Company. 

Name. Title. OfjUciaX Addre88, 

JoBN S. ScHULTZB President and Treasurer Matteawan, N. T. 

William ▲. Wells Secretary a^^d General Accountant . . Matteawan, N. Y. 

C. L Kimball Superintendent Matteawan, N. Y. 

W. H. MooBE Oeneral Ticket Agent and Auditor of 

Passenger and Freight Accounts . . . Matteawan, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

John A. Rchultze Boonton, N.J. 

William R Schultze Manchester, N. J. 

Wiluam 8. E^NO Pine elalns, N. Y. 

R. G. CorriN Millbrook, N . Y . 

Albebt Emaics La Grange, N. Y. 

Oboboe H. Bbown- New York city. 

Samtel I. Wbiobt Elizabeth, N.J. 

C. L. Kimball Matteawan, N. Y. 

Qboboe Potter Billings, N. Y. 

a M. Datioson Flshklll-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

William H. Moore Matreawan, N. Y. 

Norman T. Plasb .* Copake Iron Works, N. Y. 

W. A. Welu Moore's Mills, N. Y. 

Take of Company, Clove Branch Railroad Company. 

'J«oeral offices at Matteawan, N. Y. 

Date of cJoee of fiscal year, June 80. 

For Information concerning this report, address John S. Schultze, President. 



CONESTJS LAKE. 

Operated by New York, Lake Erie and Western. 
(Date of charter. May 19, 1888. 



This road is operated by^the New York, Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company who own 
the entire capital stock. 

Capital Stock. 



Authorised by law or charter 

Iwied on account of construction and now out- 
fUoding 



Number 
of shares. 


Total 
Par value. 


400 
88-^ 


$80,000 
10,100 



Cash realised 

on amount 

outstanding. 



$3,104 15 



Kaaber of stockholders. 



1 



190 Report of the Raiijk)ad Commissionebs. 



Cost of Boad fta4 Eqaipment. Total ooit of 

road and 6q ' 
Road. up to June 



road and eqaipauBt 



Land...... ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////.'. l',515(» 

Fanoea 80 01 

Paaaenger and freight station UU 

Shopa, macblnerj and tools. 00 80 

Fuel and water sUtions 88 tt 

Engineering expenses 8000 

Disoount on stock oharged to oonstnictlon 10«900 0B 

Telegraph line 8«T1 

Wharflng 18000 

Total cost of road ij^.OtfSI 

EqUIPMBMT. 

Locomotives |84««i 

Grand total cost of road and equipment f8r,0V8l 

General Balanoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 



Cost of road t».9m» 

Cost of equipment 8,188 18 

PiroAt and loss (deficiency) 800 00 

ssr.floooo 



Ljabiutibs. 

Cu>ital stock $19,100 g 

Advances for betterments 6,700 06 

tS7,808OO 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Addren. 

Lovrm P. Wbst President Lakeville, N. Y. 

A. R McDoNouoH Secretary P. O. Box, 888 New Toik city. 

Edward Wnm Treasurer P. O. Box, ^ New York city. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

JoBN Knio New York otty. 

G«o. W QuiMTARD New York city. 

J. G. McCuLLODOH New York dty . 

A. R. McDoNOUOH New York city. 

E B. Thomas New York city. 

LoTETTB P. West LakeTllle, N. Y. 

Chab. F. Bubobr Lakeville, N. Y. 

Title of company, Oonesus Lake Railway Company. 
General offices at 81 Oortlandt street. New York ciiy. 
Date of close of fiscal year, September 80. 
Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Saturday In May. 

For information concerning this report address A.. H. McDonough, Secretary, P. O. Box 8 
New York city. 



CoKNScTiNG Terminal. 



191 



OOKNECTING TEBIONAL. 

G>at6 of charter, June 7, 1881.) 



for Uitorr of organisation, etc., aee Report of 1898. 

Capital Stoek and Funded Debt. 

CaPITAI. 0TOOK. 





CX>IIMOH. 






Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par Talue. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


Aotbotlied I7 Uwor charter, teued for actual 
CMh and now outatandtnir 


400 


$SO,000 


$90,000 





IhBiriwr of stockholders. , 



14 



Funded Debt 





Date. 


1 


INTKRSST. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 
realized 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


DmMATIQN OF 

Lnn. 


1 


When payable. 


FliBt mortgage .... 


Maj 1,1888 


80 


'.- 


May and Not. 


t600,000 


1800,000 


9600,000 



Cost of Boad. 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898. 



Totel cost of 

road up to 

June SO, 1808. 



laad damages 

PtaSBOger and freight stetions. 
OOoe and depot furniture 



987,275 01 
28,081 08 



9835,660 86 

205,744 85 

1,748 48 



Total cost of road. 



961,206 04 



9628,062 08 



Ineome Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1803. 

Qrasi esmings from operatioD 

UHopentinig expenses (excluding all taxes) 

QrosB income from all sources 

IhdvetionM from income^ cufoUowa, viz, : 

bterest on funded debt due and accrued 

Tises on property used in operation of road , 

nns on earnings and capitel stock , 

tiam other than aboTe , 



925,00000 

8,080 04 

80 00 

70 77 



Ket income from all sources. 

AiyMent* /rom net ineome^ a* follow^ vU.: 
Mfideiidt deelsred, 6 per cent on 920,000 common stock . 

Bnrplns for year ending June 80, 1808 



9208,587 61 
74,647 82 

9128,080 79 



84,080 81 
904,890 08 

1,200 00 
ToMOOH 



192 Rbpoet of thb Railboad Commissioners. 

General Income Account. 

gurpjiw for year ending June 80, 1898 998,68086 

8liriklufluptoJuneaO,189S SU«649tt 

S848.849 91 
DepreclaUonjear ending June 80, 1898 lO^OOOOO 

'9888,949 91 
Interest added, aa follows : 

gn scrip. IS5 84 

Debtor E. and W. - rana. Company, June 80, 1892, to Feb. 28, 1898. . 9,211 68 

Debtor E. and W. Trans. Company, Feb. 28, 1898, to June 80, 1898. . 6,609 77 

15,766 74 

Total surplus June 80, 1893 9854,006 65 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earninos. 

J>eIght,aIllocal 9199,979 48 

Miscellaneous. 3,806 IS 

Total gross earnings 9208,687 61 

Opbrating Expenses. 
Maintenance of tcay and structures: 
Stations, shops, docks, etc 99.150 79 

Conducting transportation: 

Wages of station agents and clerks ...» 93,86000 

Wages for labor at stations 44,821 88 

Other expenses for conducting transportation 6,090 87 

Total 964,80610 

General expenses : 

Salaries of general'offioers and clerks 93,000 00 

Stationery and printing , 881 18 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 5 18 

Other genera] expenses 7,988 87 

Total 9lli«94 98 

Grand total operating expenses 974,647 81 

General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 
Oostof road 9688,668 68 

Current cusets, as follows, viz, : 

Oashonhan^ 91&«620 49 

Due by agents 8,761 87 

Open ace unts 816,58) 85 

885,867 14 

9968,919tt 

LlABIUTIES. 

Capital Stock 920.000 00 

Funded debt 600,000 00 

Current liabilities, as follows, vix. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 94,166 07 

Open accounts 146 60 

Loans and bills payable 80,600 00 

984,918 17 

Profit and loss (surplus) 854,006 66 

9068,919 n 



CONNEOTINO TbEMINAL. 198 

Traffic and Mlleai^e Statistics. 

Item. All local. 

Number of tons of freight carried 957 ,645 

Nomber of tons of freight carried one mile 557,645 

Description of Road and Equipment. 

Miles owned, all 
Track. in N. Y. State. 

Mtin line laid, single track 1 

Lsid with steel rafl, mainline 1 

Weight of rails per yard— steel, 60 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet S^ inches ; ballasted with sand 
ssd cinders. 

DssoaiPTioN OF Freight Moved. 
Item. 

Floar ; 

Qrafai ^ 

AH other merchandise 

Total '. 



Tonnage. 


Per cent. 


125,-256 
489,222 
^,219 


21.6 
74.2 
14.2 


578,697 


100 



Bmplotbb. 

Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year 81 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $48,181 23 

Officers of the Company. 

Name, Tttle, Official Address. 

Feavk J. FiUTH President Philadelphia. Pa, 

EnwiM T. EvAMs Vice-President Buffalo. N. Y. 

A. D. Hepburn Secretary Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. B. Perums Treasurer Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. HomcAM Auditor Philadelphia, Pa. 

John A. Miller Assistant Auditor Philadelphia, Pa. 

John E. Patnb Manager Philadelphia, Pa. 

T. M, Moore Superintendent Buffalo, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name, Rtsidenee, 

James C. EvAiis Buffalo, N. Y. 

Edwin T. Etans Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frakk HomiAK Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph D. Potts Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hehrt H. Houston Philadelphia, Pa. 

Geo. B. Boxtnell Philadelphia. Pa. 

John E. Patne . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Andrew D. Hepburn Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frane J. Frith Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wm. H. Barnes PhUadelphia, Pa. 

Wm. M. Potts Wyibrooke, Pa. 

H. P. LiNNELL Philadelphia, Pa. 

Benj. Shaw Pittsburgh, Pa. 

TlUeSof Company, Thn Connecting Terminal Railroad Company. 
Genera] offices at Philadelphia, Pa. 
Date of close of fiscal year, February 28. 
Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Tuesday in May. 

For information concerning this report address Frank Staley, secretary, 234 South Fourth 
itreet, Philadelphia. Pa. 

25 



194 



BbPOBT of the BaILBOAD CoMMISSIOKBBa. 



C00PEB8T0WN AND OHABLOTTE VALLST. 

(Date of charter, April 80, i888.> 



For history of organisation, etc., see Report of 1808. 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capitai. Stock. 





OOIOCON. 


Cashieilind 




Number 
of phares. 


Total 
parTalue. 


outstanding. 


Anthoriied by law or charter 


460 
147 


$400,000 




iMued for actual cash and now outstanding 


•|14,7W 



Number of stockholders.. 



FUNDBD DSBT. 





Date. 


1 




Amoimt 
author- 
ized. 


DSSXGNATION OF LiKK. 


1 


When 
payable. 




April 15, 1801 


27 


'i" 


May and Not. 


146,000 







Cost of Road. 



Qrading, masonry and ballast. . . 

Bridges 

Buperstructure (including ties) . 

Land and land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight stations. . 
Engineering expenses 



Total cost up to 

June 80, 180. 

»M,116 67 

18I0B8 

1,74816 

7,00144 

2,88718 

77880 

8487B 

70781 



Total cost of road . 



Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1S03« 



Gross earnings from operation 

Leas operating exiwnaes (excluding all taxes). 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from ot?ier sources y aafollotoe, viz.: 

Rent 

Steel and Iron , 

Interest floating 



$609 85 
76 68 
40 64 



Gross Income from all sources . 



Deductions from income^ asfoUows^ viz.: 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued .... 
Taxes on property used in operation of road. 



$0,888 60 
1,884 61 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 , 



8,874 80 



$66,86186 
46,487 06 



$10,784 81 



786 47 



$ll,6n 80 



11,807 11 



$864 18 



* $80 received on account of three shares not yet issued. 



COOPBBSTOWN AHD ChABLOTTB VaLLBT. 



195 



General Income Acoovuil. 



for yeer ending June 80, 18M . 
up to Jut ^ '"^ 



June 80, 1808. 
•fooount 



Lew on tickets and mileage 

Total surplus June 80, 1806. 



$864 18 

1,984 47 

168 57 



$8,461 88 
188 10 



$8,888 08 



Analysis of Gross Bamings and Operating Bxpenses. 

Eabmihos. 






Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


VMght, all local 




$81,685 66 


$81,686 6ft 


ftiiwffigfirn. all local. 


$83,187 61 
1 081 80 
1,886 88 


88,187 51 


Mail 


1,081 80 


lllHffW . ....... 




1,896 88 










Total i^roiH eamtngs 


$84,616 10 


$81,686 66 


$66,851 85 









OpbIUTINO ESPBHSBS. 



ikd^tenanee of way and »trncture»: 

Bapairsof track and roadbed , 

Bteel rails laid, 815 tons; cost $7,618 91 



Repairs of bridges (Including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Bepatra of stations, shops, docks, etc 

BMaIrs of fences 

Otaer expenses for maintenance of way and 



Total.. 



$7,946 19 

4,668 00 

684 96 
908 91 
178 66 

819 88 



$14,688 88 



$1,869 64 

8,854 91 

868 10 
584 04 
109 50 

196 18 



$8,078 87 



$18,814 8a 

7,518 91 

048 8ft 

1,586 95 

388 15 

516 00 



8,611 80 



Maintenance aS equipment: 
Bfloalrfi of looomotiTes 


$848 70 
594 98 
664 78 


$680 17 
800 84 
407 45 


$1,868 87 


BBpalrs of cars 


1,885 87 


BwfMiini of machinerr and tools 


1,078 3a 






Tf^tal 


$8,108 41 


$1,727 96 


$8,836 87 







Conducting traneportation: 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wsm of engineers and firemen 

Fnei for locomotives. 

Oil and waste 

Water supply, 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wsges for labor at stations, 

Ststion supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 



Total.. 



$1,007 77 

1,119 80 

2,427 84 

3S0 79 

818 44 

51 88 

1,068 91 

582 84 

258 46 

290 16 



$8,285 14 



$617 f8 
685 96 

1,487 72 
153 71 
192 10 
81 77 

1,215 94 
826 21 
158 41 
177 84 



$5,047 84 



$1,635 45 

K805 1ft 

8,915 06 

404 50 

506 54 

88 60 

8,109 85 

858 45 

416 87 

468 00 



$13,283 48 



General expenses: 
Oliaiira of general oflAci^rs aod clerks. ..... r ... . 


$90 34 

880 78 

18 60 

49 88 


$56 31 1 $146 56 




288 39 614 17 


fltatlonefy and printing 


11 40 80 00 


OnfAfatn ftfl'TTicies and Mvertisinff .... 


3027 79 66 


liWiil ftxpenses r - - , 


267 75 267 76 


TeCigrapb maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit 
balance) 


88 27 


51 03 

210 78 
1,240 63 


184 80 
210 78 


Other general expenses 


2,084 16 


3,864 78 


Total 


$3,646 48 


$3,000 56 


$4,786 08 







Qrsnd t4iitai ODeratinsr exnenpes 


$27,628 81 


$17,888 22 . $45,467 Oft 










^9ii Rbpobt of ths Railboad Coxmibsioxxbs. 

Gmnmrwl Balance Sbaet, Jaa« 30, 1S9S. 

Co^oTrotid tsi.mm 

* Cwr/ent ftsjtet*. as/oUatcB, riz.: 

OMboii£ian.i 8,7989B 

pwby airenia S.SST « 

Openaccr^onu 19 96 

$46,515 00 

LlABUJTttS. 

Gftpital «tor:!r $14,730 09 

Curr^nf linJt^'hti^s.'as /oUoir», Hz.: 

Open acc*jQr.'> Sl^OSftTl 

Loaofl and r,jllii peya We 7,508 86 

Profit aii<1,l'j»d ("jurpluji^ 2,828 08 

$46,515 00 

Traffic and Mlleafr® Statistics. 

Item. All locsl. 

Kumber of pasnenKen carried 49,548 

Number of paraenf^era carried one mile 672,757 

Komber r,f tonii of freij^ht carried 41,(BI 

Numtier of tons of freight carried one rnOe 588,917 

gMseni^er train mileage »,90B 

Frel;rht train milesKC 14,818 

Total train mileage 87,880 



Item. 



PMseoKer earning and expense^t (Including; 

mail, express and miscellaneous earnings)... 
Freight earning* and exiwniies (\ eluding mis' 

ceuaneous earnings^ 

Average per ton of freight carried , 

Average per ton of freight per mile ' 

Average per freight train per mUe ' 



Earnings. 



$24,616 19 

81,635 66 
77 
06 
2 20 I 



$27,628 81 



I 



17,838 22 , 

48 ! 

088 I 
1 84 



Item. 



Computed on earnings from carrying paasengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, first-class 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, second-daw. . . 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. 



Low. 



$8,012 m 

Profltw 

18,;»r 44 
84 
0fc7 
90 



AlIloetL 
CeBta. 

5 
2.5 

2.7 
5.87 



Pescriptlon of Roacl and Kqulpment. 



Track. 



i ?l 

; -it 

■ ¥ 
' si 

i s 



Main line authorized, from Cooperstown to Davenport Center I 5.08 

Main line laid, «inKle track 4 JW" 

hidings and turnouts on inain line 67 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. 
Laid^wlth steel rail, main line 



5.18 



4.51 



4 






^1 






11 

24.56 



19.48 ! 28.98 
2.58 8.25 



19.48 



22.06 



27.94 



19. 4s ; 



28.96 



Average life of rails —steel, about 14 years; average life of ties, 6 years; weight of rails psr 
yard — steel, 56 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 ft. S}4 in. ; ballasted with gravel. 



COOPERSTOWK AND CpAHrjOTTEB TaLLKT, 
Desoriptlon of Bo«mI And Eficilpififtnt ^ (CotttfauiriO- 



«t 





Bridges. 


STAtB 




Number. 


*SX* 


Iron bridg<w .......... 


*. 


8 
7 


Feat 


Wooden bridges , 


3bS 5-11 


Wooden tresues - ^ ^ ^ . . - ^ 


i.ftB:'*e< 






T6UI 


12 


s«5ai fi-]% 









EquipmNT. 



Looomotives, 4 drivera 

FbBt-claw paaeenger cars 

OombtnAtion cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars 

Toua 

Box freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

IMrt, 4-wheel cars 

Serrice cars 

Total 









II 



si" 

p * £j 



a 
1 
I 




I 
I 


I 


4 




4 


4 



J» 



16.600 
to 



Eazoes' vacuum air brake and Westinghouse air brake ta use on pa^enger care. 
Patent safety split rail on nearly all sih itches from mala track: balatice, Che common two and 
three throw switch. 

Mlsoeltaneoutii Statistlei}* 

Entire lliie in 

ITKM N,Y. State. 

T^Iegra|>h owned and operated by company, ni[tes .., ....... . 2S 

Boad ooDstructed and opened for buti3iiit?«s, if any, during the year, miles ....... 2. 1| 

liPDgth of steel rails laid during the yt^&t in repairs, cuil^ .,,....,....,<......... ^.4(j 

Bailroads crossing road over or under jjfrade , i 

Highway croesings at grade without protection , is 

Highway crossings over or under grade. ......,,. h ........,,...,,, i 

Overhead obstructfons less than twenty feet above track ,.....,.. a 

Passenger cars are heated by improved car stoves, lighted by Improved oil lamps and ven ' i . 
lated by top ventilation. 

5atk»al Express Ck>mpany runs over line, Pavn by the 100 pcmnils niotith^y. 

No sleeping, parlor or notel cars art run over litie, *?rcept for two or thro*? months fn the aiiirt 
mer season, then by the Wagner Pala^^e Car €o. The railroad oompftny pay niUe^e at tJie mt l- 
«f one cent per mile. 

One thousand and thirty-one dollars and eighty centa per annum received for ^atj^portatlon 
of U. S. maOs. 



198 Eepobt of the Railroad Commissionbrs. 

DnoRiFTioN OF Frxioht Motkd. 

Itbm. Toiiiuicflb 

flour 1,7B4 

Grain 4,IW 

Meats and proTlslODB 8,S77 

Live stock 810 

Lumber 8, 146 

Fig and bar iron and steel 171 

Iron or Other ores Vt 

Coal and ooke 11,718 

Petroleum and other oils 401 

Shipments of manufactured sroods received by railroad oompanies within this 

State from manufactories within this State S,46i 

All other manufactures Ml 

All other merchandise 1,8K 

All other agri .-ultural products 8,818 

All other articles not included above 7,878 



Total 41,088 



NCMBKB OF A00IOBIVT8. 

Employes 8 

Othen 1 

Total.... 8 



Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year 68 

Officers of the CompAiy. 

Name. Title. Official Addrets. 

D. E. SivBR President and Treasurer Ooopervtown, N. Y. 

J. K. LsAMiNO Vice-President Cooperstown, N. Y. 

E. K. Harris G^eneral Manager Oooperatown, N. Y. 

Gborgb Brooks Secretary and Superintendent Oooperstown, N. Y. 

R. W. RouNDT Gen. Freight Agt. and Trainmaster. . Oooperstown June, N. Y. 

Directors of the Gompany. 

Name, Residence, 

D. E. SiVBR Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Edwin M. Harris Oooperstown, N. Y. 

John K. Leaning Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Georob Brooks Oooperstown, N. Y. 

J. Fred. Rbnstlb Oooperstown, N. Y. 

J. Warrbn Lamb Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Gborob L. Gould Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Edwin S. Bdndy Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Jambs W. Tucker Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Thomas S. Blodoett Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Oharlbs R Buroh Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Gborob N. Bi8Seii< Milford, N. Y. 

Robert Orr West Davenport, N. Y. 

Title of company, Oooperstown and Oharlotto Valley Railroad Oompany. 

General offices at Ooop«*8town, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, last Tuesday In December. 

For information concerning this report, address George Brooks, Secretary and Superinteodent. 



OOOPBBSTOWN AND 9tJ8QUEHANKA YALLSr, 



199 



G00PEB8T0WN AND SUSaXTBHAlCN A VALLET. 

Lbssor. 

Lboxk — O00PBB8TOWN Am) Charlotte Vallkt, 

(Date of charter, February 25, ledS.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of lOOSi. 

Capital Stoek and Fundoil Debt. 
Capital Stock. 





oomioif. 


Cash realized 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


OQ amount 
outs tending, 


Anthorized by law or charter 


a,600 


$560,000 






ffPMMl for actual caah 


..0« 


ISOhWO 
fl,4O0 


1301,000 


lamed on aocoont of construction 

Cash received on account of thirty-two shares 
nerer paid in full 


a;400 

1,00& 












3,074 


9307,400 


1308,406 





Number of stoclcholders. 



im 



Funded Dkbt. 



D^KWATioji or 
LiEir. 


Date. 


1 


nn-ERKST. 


Amount 

author- 

Issed. 


Amount 
outBtaud- 


Cash 


1 


When 
payable. 


on « mount 

ouuitand- 

in^. 


•FfcHmcrt. bda..,. 


May I, 1888 


so , 


".•■ 


May and No?, 


$300,000 


$109,600 


tlS6,061 U 



Cost of Road and £(|ulpmeiit. 

Road. 



Grading, masonry and bafUst. . 

Wdges 

SoMTBtmcture Oncluding ties) . 



Land damages 

FlraoeB 

PasKDger and freight stations , 

Esgliie, car houses, shops, machinery and tools. 
Fuel and water stations 

Sg£;Sl.S?rf".;:::::;;:;:;;:::::::::::::: 



Total cost of road 

ondeciulpmentup 

to June 30, Itm. 

|ail,687 47 

36,7711 JsU 

H7,605 U 

17.767 eO 
14,277 US 
lfi,7«47 
fl,05fi 06 
3 178 94 
IS, 870 96 
1,aCS44 



Total cost of road . 



LooomotiTes 

RMsenger, mall, baggage and erpress cars, 
FNghi and other cars 



Equipment. 



Total cost of equipment 

Oraod total cost of road and equipment . 



t^^Me 79 



$S4,8«I51 
10,MS W 
10,1^6 SI 

$4^,981 S7 



9525.410 78 



/Booda sold at par, but on part of the sales a commisaloa of two and oae-b4^f per cent woa 
allowed. 



too 



BePOBT of THB BaILBOAD CoiOilBSIOinEBS. 






General Balance Sheett June 80, 1893. 



Oott of road 

Ooet of equipment 

Current assets, as follows, viz, : 
Due^y agents 



LlABILinBfl. 



Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Profit and loss (surplwi). 



9681,416 78 
46,881 IT 



lQ,f(n6D 
$680,488 66 



8806,406 00 
180,000 08 
88,4M68 

$680.488 46 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title, 

Horace Lathrop Prealdent 

Albert Lane Vioe-PresldeDt 

S. J. W. RsTKOLDfl Secretary and Treasurer. 



Directors of the Company. 



Name, 



Official Addreu. 
Oooperstown, N. T. 
Oooperttown, N. Y. 
Cooperstown, N. T. 



Residence. 



.Y. 
.Y. 
.Y. 
.Y. 
.Y. 
. Y. 



Horace Lathro p Cooperstown, N . 

S. H. Harris Oooperstown, N. 

AiSERT Lane Oooperstown, N. 

W. H. MiOHABUB Oooperstown, N. 

George Brooks Cooperstowo, N. 

Adrixl Murpht Oooperstown, N. 

Allen Gallup Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Wheeubr Drake Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Dattb E. 8IRBR Oooperstown. K. Y. 

8. J. W. Reynolds Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Thomas W. Tbater Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Francis Hecox OaksrlUe, N. Y. 

Lancelot Taylor Fly Creek, N. Y. 

Title of Company, Oooperstown and Susquehanna Valley Railroad Company. 

General offices at Oooperstown, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, last Tuesday hi December. 

For information concerning this report address 8. J. W. Reynolds, Secretary and Treasarsr. 



DANSVILLE AND M0X7KT M0BBI8. 

(Charter filed hi office of Secretary of State, October SI, 1801.) 



For history of organization, etc., see report of 1889. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt, 
Capital Stock. 





oomoN.' 




Number 
of shares. 


Total par 
value. 


Authorized by law or charter 


600 


$50,000 






Issued for purchase of property to committee of E. & O. V. R. 
R. bondholders 




$50,000 






Total nnw outiftAnding. , . - . r , , . - - 


600 


$50,00(^ 







Dansville aud Mount Morbis. 

Funded Debt. 



201 





Dmto. 


1 
1 


IjmBMT. 


Amount 
authorized. 


Amount 
fHrtHtandlngr 


Dmmkatioii of Lbv. 


p.c. 
6 


When 
payaWe. 


ItetgiM (FamMrs* L. 
•iBd T. Oo. trusteM) . . 


Oct 81, 1891 


40 


May & Nov. 1 


$150,000 


•$160,000 



Ooel of BoAd and Kqalpment 



Road. 


Addmonaor 
betterments 
during vear 
ending June 
80,1898. 


Total coat 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1898. 


AndriM * 


$8,708 44 


$8,708 44 
1«,4C» n 


Ooik of road and addition to June 80, 18M 








TbCal coat of road 




$195,168 81 









EQUtPMKllT. 

LooomoUrea .77. 


$7,000 00 
8,600 00 
1,800 00 
8,700 00 




rMwinu ran. ,.....,.. 




^fifli bamufi^ mnA exoreaa cars ................................. 




rVelglitind'othercan 








Total coat of equipment 


$14,400 00 


$14,400 00 






Qnnd total cost of road and equipment 




$809,668 81 



Income Account for Tenr Ending June 30, 1893. 



Qnm eaninica from operation 

Urn operating ezpenaea (excluding all taxes) . 



Defldt for year endtag June 80. 1808 . 



Ctoneral Income Account. 



DeAdtfor year ending June 80, 1808. 
Dcidtupto June80, 18W 

Total dflOdt June 80, 1808 



Anlysls of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 
Eabninos* 



$9,106 08- 
11,646 41 

$8,640 8fr 



$8,540 88 
8,864 04 



$4,984 48: 





Passenger. 


Freight 


Total. 






$4,800 78 


$4:800 78 


rMmcnut thrmish and tonal 


$4,804 97 
880 04 


4!8O4 0r 






860 04- 




149 88 


149 88 








Total ^osi eai ulii£s .. t ... i ................ , 


$4,866 01 


$4,450 08 


$9,106 08 







nmed for purchase of property . 
Held as assets hy company under 



plan of reorganisation. 



$140,000 
10,000 

$150,000 



SOS BSFOBT OF THE BaILROAD CoMMISBIOKEBB. 

Analjrsla of Or«»M Earnings and Opemting Expenses— (Oontlnued). 





PasBenger. 


Fralglit. 


TotaL 


" Operating eamenteB : 

Msintenanoe of wsj and structures 






fSOBlO 











'> Conducting trantportation ; 
Psj-roUs 



OenertU expmuet 
Total general expen 



Grand total operating expenses. 



|7,6» 16 I 



|»7 60 I 



|B.019« 



|t,8ores 



$11,06 41 



General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1893. 



Cost of road 

Cost of equipment. 



Ourreni OMetf, tufoUaWt viz., 

Open accounts 

First mortgage bonds 

Profit and Toes (deflcien<7) 



Ckpital stock. 
Funded debt.. 



LiABiunn. 



Onrreni liabiUtiett <ufoUow»^ viz,: 

Audited ▼ottchers and pay-rolls 

Loans and bills payable 

Oash overdraft 



$196,186 SI 
14,400 00 



10,000 00 
4,014 42 

~iao4,7»io 



$60,000 00 



MOO 

81,800 00 

t,oooir 

$884,78810 



TraflBc and Mileage Statistics. 

ITBI. 



Number of passengers carried 

Nunaber of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile . 



AUkcsl. 
18.400 
10JB6 

in,»8.6l 



Item. 



Passenger earnings and expenses (Including 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) . . . 

Frel|rht earnings and expenses (including mis- 
cellaneous earnings) 



Earnings. 



$4,804 8r 
4,800 70 



Expenses. 



$11,606 41 



$8,640 81 



Description of Bond and Bqnipment. 

Track. 

Bain line anthoriaed from DaasYille to Mt Morris town line, single track. 
Branches or other roads laid, single track 

Total single track 

tHdlngs and turnouts on main line 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts . 



Laid with steel raO, branches or other roads., 
I^ld with Iron raO, main line 



Bilea cfinwd, all , 
InH.T.auteu 



.841 



14.001 



^Average life of ties, 4 years; weight of rails per yard-steel, 00 lbs.; iron 68 lbs.; 
track, 4Yeet ^ inches; ballasted wilh gravel. 



Danbtillb Ain> Mouirr Mobbib. 



SOS 



Dbtazls of BmANCHxs OB Othbr Roads. 



Hame of Bkaxoh^ob Road. 



Jofltton wnneetlng with W, 
If . T. k P. R. R. ne»r Sonyea. 

Juetkm oonneoting with D., 
UftW. R. R 



From 



Near Sony ea 

KearUcNaln... 



To 



W. N. Y. ft P. R. R. 
D.,L. AW. R. R.... 



.384 
.077 



S5 
1 



Owned. 
Owned. 



il 



.284 
.OffT 





BRIDOB8. 




STATS. 




Number. 


"^SS^ 


ViHHiffl brMcM 




^ 


1 
41 


FttA. 
40 




840 










TMal 


48 


880 







Equipxbmt. 



uBCOinotiTW^ 6 drifsn • 
LooonMCtres, 4 <lriTen . 



Tbial. 



SoKfreigiit can . 



I 



I 



108,000 
04,000 



flmt«hMi pftswmeer cars 

»■■■■ — mAll jMulla« »"■— esrs 


8 

1 


40,000 
80,000 


2 

1 






t^)(ta2 : 


8 




8 







18 i 94,000 I 



Air bnke and Miller coupler on passengers cars; Ifaik and pin on freight oars. 
atSBdard Erie switch used ezdusiTely. 

MlsoellaneouB Statistics. 

rs are heated by stores, lighted by ofl and yentUated at top of oar 

I Express Oompany runs over road at flrstKslass freight rates. 

DBKnupnov of Frxigbt Motbd. 



Itbm. 



OMlandeoks 

I sad other oils. 
DufiKtares.. 



agrieoltanl products 

artides not included abore. 



Total 



Tonnace. 

MO 
8,600 

J2 
808 
8B0 
8,000 
860 

10,868 



204: 



Bkpobt of thb Railboad Cohmissionsbs. 



NUMBBR OF AOOIDBMTB. 



others than paMongere or employes^ . 



Injund. 

1 



Emplotmb. 
Average number of peraona employed (Including officials) diulng year. 



Name. 



Offloers of the Company. 

Tttle. 



Official Addrem. 



Palmbr Campbell President Hoboken, N. J. 

E. A. Btkvbns Vice-President Hoboken, N. J. 

A. 8. MoRiiAT, Jr Secretary and counsel 8S Nassau street, N. T. dtq 

Auo. SniN Treasurer 60 Br'dway, room lOB, N. 

B. P. HuMPHRBT Superintendent Attica, N. T. 



Name. 



Dlreetors of the Company. 



Reetdeueem 



A. S. MuBBJLT, Jr New York dty. 

Aua. Stbin Hoboken, N.J. 

Palmmb Campbbll Hoboken, N. J. 

B. A. Stkyjbns Hoboken, N. J. 

Charlbs B. Bangs KewTorkdty. 

P. M. Pbrinb DansriUe, N.Y. 

Crarlbs Shspard ^ DansviUe, N. T. 

Gkoros Fbbbfibld Brooklyn, N. T. 

Charlbs E. Tolhubst Butberfora, N. J. 

Title of company, The DansvUle and Mount Morris Railroad Company. 

General offices at 00 Broadway, room 108, New York. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday after sixteenth day of October. 

For information concerning this report address Aug. Stein, Treasurer. 



-I 



DBLAWABB AND OTSBOO. 

LbssoH. 
Lbssbk— Ulbtbr and Dblawarb. 

(Date of charter. May 6, 1887.) 



The section of this road from Hobart. N. T., to Bloomvllle. N. T.. about nine mfles is tangth 
Is completed, and the remaining part, from BloomTllle, N. T., to tiie Otsego county Unei sad 
from B(oomyille, N. T., to Delhi, N. T., has been largely graded. The road and property of this 
company has been leased to the Ulscer and Delaware Railroad Company for a period of MO 
Tears from February 1, 1898. The earnings and cost of operati'>n are included In the report of 
the lessee company. The capital stock of this company has been surrendered to the Ukler sod 
Delaware Ballroaa Company, lesBee . 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


OMhrealbed 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value 


on amount 
outBtaadlDg. 


Authorised by law or chartfn* 


6,000 


$600,000 








Issued for actual cash 


680 
2,806 


!S3;SS! 


t8B,000 


jmrnn^A nn acoount of ooBstTuctlon 








Total now outstanding 


8,086 


9898,600 


t8B,000 





Number of stockholders. 



Dbulwasb and Otsbqo. 

Coftt of Boftd. 



205 



Road. 


AddiUonaor 
bettennenU 
during year 
ending June 


Total cost of 

road up to 

June 80, 1808. 


fln4fnr. mMRmrTfMPd bftUait 


$16,891 06 


$167,968 61 


vrrnr^i iiiMnjiii j muu -rri—tn 


16,916 79 


ItammlnHitiiTW HnciiMSInr tlm\' ...'...! '.!.!..!! 




17,909 46 






69,884 78 


ilS!';;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;"'V';!;;;;;:;:;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;; :;;:!!;:;: 


•76 00 
864 00 


660 


Tr*»^<taai«ffM 


96,049 88 


wSSlM^!!^:iiiii\iiiliiii..[\iii^ 


009 68 


riMfmmif and teeiKht stattoDs 




170 01 


Kn£lnfffftiiy expofiiin ..,,,, 




8,111 76 




6,816 68 


16,114 41 






Totilooitof road 


»»,9S7 66 


$806,686 87 







General Balanee Sheet, Jane 30, 1803. 



Ooitof road $806,686 87 

LiABiLrmB. 

Qmtelalook $898,500 00 

Pnm and kMB (surplus) 8,066 87 

$806,686 87 



Name, 



oncers of the Company. 

Title, Official Addreee. 
President Bondout, N. T. 



CbaslbsBrat 

Jimis8.Kkbb Vice-President South Kortright. 

B. B. JoMES Secretary Bondout, N. Y . 

J. H. Joins General Superintendent Rondout, N. T. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name, Retidence, 

CftAauBiBBAT Kingston, N. Y. 

T. C Hoo m waML Kingston, N. T. 

J. H. Joma Rondout, N . T . 

B. B. JoNB Bondout, N . Y . 

ff . A. Sins Rondout, N . Y . 

W. D. H oMiLLAjf Bondout, N . Y . 

F. D. Dbwst Rondout, N. Y. 

6. D. B. Hasbbougk Bondout, N. Y. 

J. & Kxns South Kortright . 

WH.B.PKTB88 BloomTille. N. Y. 

AUBBT Morris Oneonta, N. Y. 

Gao. L Wilbur Oneonta, N. Y. 

AaLsiWiB Oneonta, N.Y. 



TMe of company, Delaware and Otsego Railroad Company. 

Gonnd ofleas at Bondout, N. Y. 

Date of dose of flacal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders^ annual meeting, first Tuesday after first Sunday in December. 

nor infonnation concerning this report, address B. B. Jones, Secretary. 



♦Credit. 



3oe 



Rbpobt of thb Railroad Oommissionxbs. 



DBLAWABB, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN. 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1808. 

Income Aceount for Tear Ending: June 30, 1898. 

Qrou earnings from operation |8,m,fiBB 81 

Leas operating expenses (ezoludlng all taxes) 4,887 ,8K ■ 

OroBB inoome from all souroes f4,861,68S 81 

DeduoHofu from income, cm /oUoum, viz, : 

Rentals 9S«90«,986 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 816,479 08 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 40,886 88 

1 8,488,178 U 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808, asiumed by lessee 88,188,481 18 

Dbtailkd Statkmsmt of Rkmtals. 

Vdttey R. B.: 

Twelve months' interest on $750,000 stock at 6 per cent 187,500 00 

Twelve months' interest on $400,000 bonds at 5 per cent 80,000 00 

$07,500 01 

N. 7., Lack, and Western : 

Twelve months' interest on $10 000,000 stock at 5 per cent $500,000 00 

Twelve months' interest on $18,000,000 bonds at 6 per cent 780,000 00 

Twelve months' interest on |5,000,000 bonds at 6 per cent 280,000 00 

Twelve months' interest on $4,860,000 bonds at 4 per cent 174,000 00 

1,644,000 01 

Oay. and Suequehanna : 

Twelve months' rental paid lessor directly 54,600 01 

Greene R. R.: 

Twelve months' interest on $800,000 stock at 6 per cent $18,000 00 

Twelve months' interest on $800,000 bonds at7peroent 14,000 00 

86,000 00 

U.O.S. V.Rv,: 

Twelve months^ hi terest on $4 , 000,000 stock ^t6percent 840,00000 

0. and 8.: 

Twelve months' interest on $1,880,400 stock at per cent $118,886 00 

Twelve months' interest on $488,000 bonds at 7 per cent 80,660 00 

Twelve months' interest cm $668,000 bonds at 5 per cent 88,400 00 

^^^^^ 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income $8,804,000 00 



Analysis of Gross Kamings and Operating Expenses. 

E^RNINOS. 



Freight, through $7,(60,196 76 

Freight, local 580,789 84 

Passengers, through $886,099 58 

Passengers, local 617,408 75 

IfaJl ~ 

Sxprass 

Mieoellaneoue^ aefoUoiee, vix.: 

Sundries , 

Rents 

Telegraph , 

Storage 

Total gross eamlngH 



Passenger. 



$858,508 87 
48,641 06 
804,480 88 



11,642 56 

6,007 00 

875 96 

480 01 



$1,188,075 70 



Freight 



$8,090,068 69 



68,006 08 

18,780 78 

746 10 

1,168 61 



$8,175,588 11 



Total 



$8,000,068 60 



868,608 9 

48,64108 

801,480 or 



80,447 60 
I6,8nf8 
1,008 OB 
1 008 81 



$0,899,668 81 



IhfLXWASSf LaOKAWAMHA iuMD WsBTBBir. 



207 



AiuUyaU of OroM EAmlngs and Operattnsr Expenses — (Continued). 
Opkratiro ExFBnnM. 



Freight. 



Total. 



of imty and ttrudurea : 

track 

laSd: 16.706 tons; cost, $487;M6.64... 

roadbed 

bridges Clnduding culTerts and oattle 



Bepslnof 

gosids) 

Bepslnof stations, shops, docks, etc, 



for maintenance of way and 



$88,888 48 
186,866 41 
86,706 86 

0,601 97 
81,780 84 
18,700 67 

66 06 



$60,880 86 
867,816 47 
78,464 68 

86,804 88 
86,786 46 
84,644 86 

181 11 



Total. 



$880,866 86 



$646,866 00 



Oomdmeting tranapcrtatUm : 

Wages of ooodnctors and men 

Wans of engineers and firemen 

Ml for locomotives 

OQ sod waste 

Watsr supply.. 

Other train sappUes or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Btsuon supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 



Total.. 



$68,878 06 

76,061 81 

180,006 46 

5,688 56 

6,666 08 

41,646 48 

161,601 96 

6,684 04 

86,176 66 



$616,188 86 



$864,611 68 

806,006 67 

486,886 88 

88,180 06 

15,801 06 

56,184 14 

410,(87 68 

17,666 18 

160,181 88 



$1,740,476 18 



Qenerai expense* : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks. . 
Qeneral office expenses and supplies. . . 



ttatloDenr and printing 

Ootd de age ncies and advertlsiog 

Um and damage of freight^ and' bacn^ 



hjjoriea to perscws 
Tdegr^h ' " 



.^-,a maintenance and operation 

HQeage of cara of other companies (debit bal- 



Other general expenses. , 

TWal 

Ofaad total of operating expenses. 



$88,566 70 

8.000 88 
8,011 40 

57,487 77 
6,866 70 

8.001 84 
4,188 77 

11,571 88 

14,837 87 
86,616 50 



$164,881 70 



$1,086,500 64 



$68,687 64 | 
7,867 80 I 

10,675 68 
156,885 78 I 

17 810 04 I 



$88,718 60 

608,171 88 

90,868 77 

85,806 80 
117,616 60 
47,886 48 

846 00 



$866,188 76 



Bqialni of looomotlTes 


$60,470 88 

76,060 61 

8,607 48 

666 48 


$170,864 50 

800,508 68 

88,407 86 

8,880 88 


$8rO,884 88 


Bfjmlni nt cars 


876,488 10 


BnalTB of ma<dilnery and tools............!.... 


88,064 74 
8,806 81 


Total 


$166,978 66 


$606,114 41 


$678,086 06 







$887,884 70 

886,066 88 

616,588 86 

87.778 68 

80,047 87 

96,780 57 

568,880 56 

84,800 16 

804.857 06 



$8,866,606 68 



10,646 06 I 
6,540 48 I 
81,866 70 I 

01,086 50 I 
866,758 77 , 



$87,848 84 
10,777 la 
14,467 01 

218,788 4» 
88,676 64 

14,440 40 
10,688 85 
48,868 6» 

106,018 87 
801,880 87 



$640,860 78 , 



$614,101 61 



$8,561,886 81 $4,687,086 86 



Traffic and Mileage Statlstloa. 



r train mileage. . 

.^. ItiBln mileage... 

I other train mileage. . , 

Total train mfleage. . 



1.806.181 
8,664,014 



8,870,106 



110,801 
065,880 



1,104,681 



Item. 


Through 


Local. 


Total. 




864,187 

88,068,866 

6,666,064 

068,606,667 


1 
1,040,856 • 1.8M.41tt 


HasBbfir of nassonrrrii carripd one mile. . . i 


80,687,106 

687,101 

85,778,014 


44,600,478 


Rambsr of tons of 'frdght carried 


7,808,866 


s 


008,876,481 



1,886,488 
8,640,844 
1,886,408 

6,868,466 



Rbpobt of the Raitjioad Oommibsionbbb. 

Timfflo and MI1mis« St»tUtle»— (Oontlnoed). 



ITDI. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit. 


f aaBeoger earnings and expenses (Including 
ATttrage per pamenger carried 


$1,128,075 70 
W 
0862 
86 

8,175,588 11 
1 12 

0081 
284 


$1,066,599 64 

0M4 
82 

8,e51,826 21 
49 
0066 

or 


$«7,WB« 


Averasre oer Dassenffer oer mile 


0008 


▲Terage per paaseoger train per mile 

Frekrht eambigs and expenses (Including mls- 
oeilaneous earnings) 


68 
4,614,08 00 


Average per ton ofTreight carried 




Average per ton of freight per mile 


OMS 


Average per fralgbt train pier mile 


127 







Item. 

-Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and 
freight only. 



Through. 



Throogh 



Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, first-class 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengfiers, second-claf s 

Average rate received per mUe for carrying pas- 
sengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all * 



Cents. 
8 

2 

1.408 
.785 



CSents 
8 

2 

2.607 
1.484 



Oenta. 

8 

2 

1.014 
.810 



Dosorlptlon of Road and Kqaipment. 



I 



MILKS LBASBD. 



Track. 



Mafai Ihie, as leased by the D., L. and W. R. EL Oo , sfaigle track. 

Second track 

hidings and turnouts 



Total tracks, sidings and turnouts. 
Laid with steel rail, main line 



Length in 
N. T. State. 



804.88 
218.19 
804.80 



817.82 



618.62 



Entire 
lengtiL 



400.74 
284.00 
204.80 



0.14 



Average life of rails— Steel, 15 vears; iron 6 years; averaire life of tics, 6 years; weight of 
rails per yard — steel, maximum, 80 lbs; minimum, 56 lbs; iron, maximum, 60 lbs; minimum, 96 
lbs; gauge of track, 4 feet S^ inches: ballasted wItJi gravel. 



DETAIIii OF LBASKD ROADS. 



Name op Branch or Road. 



From 






fit 

ffi ^5 



& 



II 



VaUeyR.R 

New York, Lack. A West. Ry. 

Buff, city lineH & Owego br 
Cay. ft Susqaehanna R. R . . . 

Oreene R. R 

Utlca, Che. & Sutiq. Val. Ry.. 

Rlchfleld SpringH branch.. 
OswQgo ft Syracuse R. R 



Peun. State line.. 
Blnghamton 



Blnghaniton . 
Buffalo 



Susquehanna river, 
Chenango Forks . . . . 
Greene 



Ithaca.. 
Greene.. 
Utica . . . 



Syracuse . 



Oswego. 



I 



11.64 
200.58 

7.21 
S4.41 

8.10 
75.66 
21.75 
34.98 

994.S3 



11.64 
306.99 

7.21 
81.41 

8.10 
75.66 
21.75 
84.96 

400.74 



11.64 

aoo.sB 

5.97 



218.19 



2191 
401.K 
18.18 
81.41 
6.W 

n.6i 

21.9 
84.96 

6ia.s 



Delaware, Laokawakna and Western- 

DMorlptlon of Boad and Eqoipment— (Oontlnued). 



209 





IN H«W YORK OTATE. 


KNTIBX LDfS. 


Bridoks. 


Number. 


^!IS^* 


Number. 


^gsssf* 


IraobridgM 


357 
69 
85 


Feet. 
96,096 
1,678.6 
6,844.4 


86 


Feet, 
86,600 




1,678.6 




6,844.4 






Total 


861 


88,112.10 


869 


88,707.10 







Equipmsmt. 



L occmkjtlvet, 8 driTers . 

U)eomottvet, 6 drlTers . 

I LoeomoCiTea, 4 drivers . 



Total. 



Bnfreii^t cars 

8toek freight can 

Ooilfre%fit can 

flat freiirbt can 

CMbooM, 4 wheel cars. , 
Obbooee, 8-wheel can. 



irbtal. 



6 
121 
64 



181 



$11,600 
10,700 
18,000 






108,000 
160.000 
164,000 



Ti 






6 
111 
68 



160 



'^fHiiiNi paaeeDgQi oara i . . . . . . i . . . .... 


66 
49 


4,600 
8,700 


46,000 
8,000 


11 
11 


66 
49 


66 


Bifgage, mall and" ezprew can 


49 






Total 


116 








116 


116 







4,668 


870 


M,000 




688 


194 


600 


88,000 




...... 


8,877 


615 


88,000 




6 


1,00« 


600 


88,000 




18 


80 


600 


18,000 






6 


800 


18,000 






118 


185 


4,600 




8 


8,480 








669 



1,611 
95 



6 



Pmkih^ui can are equipped with WeaUDghouse air-brake and Qould automatic coupler. 
Mriit can with handbraJce and link coupler, also with Weatinghouae air-brake and Qould 
tedne. Pdole and Eaatrlrck and Standard car coupler. 

Wharton split awitchea uaed on entire line. 

Deacrlptlou of Road and Equipment. 



Item. 


In N.Y. State. 


Entire line. 


Tfimiaiili fi^imil and OD^rated bv oomnaiiT. milea t . r . . 


866 
188.77 

17 

19 
846 

119 
64 

11 


908 


Uuth of ateel rails lafd during year in repairs, miles. 


188.77 


Briiroada crossing road at gTwSb, .'.....'. 


17 


Btfroada croaaing road orer or undo* grade 


81 


Qghvay croasingB at grade without protection 

BUrmr croaslnn at grade protected by gates or flagmen. 


860 
190 




69 


Ovirbead obatnictlons less than 80 feet above track 


18 







27 



210 



RSPOBT OF THB BaILROAD CoMHIBSIONSRS. 



FMMDffer oars are haated by steam. Gold qjstem, lighted by oil lampa and Ftntech ga«, ud 
Tent&ated by traniom yentUators. 
United States Expreea and Produce Deapatch run oyer Hnea of road at about f 17,009 p« 



Sleeping, parlor and hotel oars nm oyer line; owned partly by this oompany with PuUmu*! 
Falaoe Car Chxnpany under agreement diyiding net earnings equally and rates made by «U 
FMilace Car Compeny. 

Lackawanna fine. Qreat Eastern line, Lackawanna Liye Stock Transportation Oonpaqj, 
Northwest Despatch FMt Freight Une Company, American Refrigerator Transit Ooopasj, 
runs oyer lines of road, pro nmt, use of track, etc. Same oondltions as with aU other out. 
With the Lackawanna and Great Eastern lines both cars of this ooa 



used. The other lines supply all the cars. AU are u- 

f^ight are moyed In same trains with other through m 

About $48,000 per annum receiyed for transportraon ( 



company and said IL 
for on a mileage basis. Said can and 
;ht. 
United States mails per allotmflBti. 



DcscaipnoN of Frbiobt MoysD. 



iTU. 


Tonnage. 


Per cent 


Flour 


180,667 
184,757 
880,101 

07,686 
841,008 
188,481 

14,656 
4,477,881 

81,488 

41,758 
80,816 
1,088,500 
817,848 
884,877 


IM 


Grain . 


tM 


Meats and Droyisions 


tM 


SrestoS/!;!!!?!^::::::::;::::;:::;:^ 


1J4 


Lumlwr 


t.81 


Pig and bar Iron and steel. 


8J6 


Iron or other ores 


.80 


Goal and ooke 


UM 




M 


within thifi RtatA fmm ni«niifA/*tnrlMi within th1« RftatA 


.9 


All of'-her manufactnrpfl. ..... 


.« 


All ntih^ m^rnhandise 


14.18 


All othi^r agrfciiltnra] products 


8.96 


All other articles not included aboye 


4.ff 






Total 


7,808,856 


100 







Number of AcoiDum. 





Injured. 


Killed. 


'MmL 


PasBenrers 


1 

86 
14 


io 

80 


1 


Employei!. .................. w. ............ 


« 


OthersT '...."...,'. 


84 






Total 


41 


88 


80 







Emplotbs. 

Ayerage number of persons employed (including officials) during year iM 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 68,005,478 01 



Title of lessee company. The Delawareu Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company. 

General offices at 86 Exchange place, Kew York city. 

For informatioD concerning this report, address F¥ed F. Chambers, Secretary and Auditor. 



Dunkirk, Allkoheky Yallky and Pittsbukg. 



211 



DUMJLUtK, AUiEOHENT VALLEY AND FITTBBX7BG. 

(Date of charter, Deoember 81, 187S.) 



Vor lilrtoiy of orgaiiisatlon, etc, see Report of 1888: 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





oomioii. 


GteBhraaliaed 




Number 
of Bharea. 


Total par 
▼alne. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


Antborind by law or charter, taued on acooont 
of OTintnictlon and now outstandtaig 


18,000 


$1,800,000 


f 1,800,000 







Itanbv of itoekholders. , 



SO 



Fdkdbd Dut. 



DawKAnoic of 

LOM. 



fkit mortgage bdi 
8eeoBd mort. bds. 
TUMmortbda... 



TMd. 



Date. 



1870 
187S 
1879 



payable. 



June & Deo. 
April & Oct. 
April A Oct. 



Amount 
author- 



98,000,000 

1,000,000 

900,000 



98,900,000 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$2,000,000 
700,000 
900,000 



$9,900,000 



Cash 
realised 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$9,000,000 
700,000 
900,000 



$9,000,000 



Cost of Road and Eqolpment. 

Road. 
llBtsl cost of road $4,878,681 AT 



IMsI cost of equipment. , 



EQUmOEMT. 



868,796 00 



* Grand total cost of road and equipment $4,641,986 fft 



Income Acconnt for Year Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

ftoa earnings from operation 

htm opsrating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Het earnings firom operation 

Meomt/rom other mmree*^ cufolUm, viM.: 



S400 
080 



Qnss Income from all sources 

iMMCfions/rom ineome^ atfoUowt, viz. : 

CD p r op er I j used In operation of road $0,780 70 

OB earnings and capital stock 1,806 96 



for year ending June 80, 1898. , 



$806,881 80 
990,011 80 

$76,470 90 



484 60 



$76,904 70 



11,666 9$ 
$66,847 8$ 



*mi oompany was formed by the consolldatton of three other companies, as heretofore re- 
parted. These onmpanifs kept no acoount of the distribution of their oonstruction and equip- 
■■t SKpendltarea, and this company is, therefore, unable to giro any details. 



2L2 



BbPOBT of THB RaILBOAB C0MMI8BIONICB8. 



Cteneral Income Aoeount, 



Surplus for jear ending June 80, 1696 . 
Surplus up to June 80, 1898 



Total surplus June 80, 1803 . 



Analysis of Gross Eamini^ and Operating Expenses. 

Eabminob. 



115,809 N 
$181,107 81 



Passengers. 



Freight 



TotaL 



Freight, through $168,684 48 

Frelght,looal 44,870 86 

Passengers, through 

Passengers, local 

Mall 

Bxprsss 



$6,974 18 
90,700 88 



$07,764 96 
7,669 08 
8,408 60 



Mi8eeUane(nts^ os/oUoira, viM. : 
Bxoess baggage 



780 88 



Total gross earnings , 



$109,477 60 



Opebatino 
McUntenance of way and ttrttcturet: 

Repalra of track 

Repairs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges Oucluding culverts and 
cattle guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repaire of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 
structures 



Total. 



$S3i,9eS81 
18,148 88 

18,806 88 
8,484 60 
1.768 66 

1,107 66 



$68,788 08 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotiyes 

Repairs of care 

Repain to machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment.. 



Total . 



$8,484 07 

1,680 84 

146 66 

8,867 44 



$7,958 40 



Conducting traneportatUm: 

Wages of conductore and men 

Wages of englneere and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Staaon supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation . . 



Total. 



Oenerul expeneee : 

Salaries of general offlcera and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing. 

Outside agencies and sBvertlsIng 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph nudntenance and operation 

Mileage of cara of other companies (debit 



$4,708 18 

7,694 87 

5,806 01 

668 81 

868 78 

848 66 

8,463 84 

1,607 66 

88 88 

680 88 

1,686 18 



$86,087 78 



Other general expenses . 



Total. 



Grand total operating expenses. 



$4,008 74 

160 SO 

1,170 00 

168 78 

£66 06 



18 00 

88 66 

8,868 48 

66 06 
668 01 



$11,101 18 



$06,806 88 



$106,004 80 



$106,004 89 



$18,6P4 04 
0,084 66 

10,068 46 

'"ilidi'si 

006 18 



$41,148 04 



$4,188 48 

0,886 46 

180 00 

8,887 01 



$16,866 65 



$10,481 78 

11,689 80 

10,880 65 

460 80 

788 65 

111 87 

6,060 48 

5,107 61 

118 01 

668 06 

8,168 66 



$61,688 84 



$6,814 71 

181 88 

1,006 84 

140 87 

817 70 

1,467 46 

160 

84 70 

8,687 11 

8,778 10 
465 47 



$88,406 60 



$181,106 88 



$196,004 m 

07,784 » 
7,669 9i 
8,406 SO 



$806,881 8i 



$41,788 75 
88,0»70 

88,874 88 
8.484 81 
8,188 46 

8,018 74 



$08,876 96 



$7,616 56 

10,746 69 

866 65 

5,195 85 

~^,884 85 



$15,198 84 

10,184 16 

16,615 86 

1,084 01 

1,708 88 

460 58 

18,444 86 

7,006 17 

104 80 

1,07$ 98 

4,718 81 



$»,«ioor 



»"'2I 2 

801 88 

8,815 38 

808 00 

488 78 

1,487 48 

10 60 

BB86 

7,880 08 

8,680 14 
1,0M88 



$88,880 81 



»,0U 00 



DtmKiRK, Alleohshy Valley and Pittsbubg. 818 

General Balanee Sheet, June SO, 1898. 

AB8BT8. 

OoitorrtMd $4,878,681 87 

Obftofeqnipinent 888,786 00 

Otmnt €MeUt ob/oUowb, viz.: 

Ouiioabaiid $80,001 48 

Opeo oooonnts 16,880 80 

lUterUsandfappUes 18,847 71 

40,788 40 

$4,600,066 16 

LIABIUTIX8. 

OHrftalitock $1,800,000 00 

Fundeddett 8,000,000 00 

C^urentliabiUtieM, aafoUoiog, vU.: 

AndttedTeuoheraeiKlpay-roUfl $40,040 87 

OpenaoooiinU 8,777 07 

Lone end bOlfliMyable 107,000 00 

————— 800,£87 84 

Pram aad Ion (sarpliu) 181,167 88 

$4,600,086 16 

Timfflo and Mllease StatUtlee. 



ITBM. 


Through. 


Local. 


T6taL 


Hnmbir of raeocnnrorn cArried 


10,188 

818,060 

810,866 

18,800,008 


816,011 

8,440,887 

66,071 

1.887,170 


887,048 


Fnmbor of panmgnra carriod ono mflo 


8,760,887 


Httnber of tons oTfi^ht carried 


886,886 


Smnber of tons of f relgtit carried one mUe 


14,688,078 



Pi M C B gcr train mileage . 
freight train mileage. . . . 
Att other train mOeaige. . . 

Total train mfleage. . . 



187,841 

108,044 

44,785 



874,010 



Item. 

Pm w i b rw eamlnin and ezpenaee (indudfaig 
malL, expreai and miaceUaneous eaniingB) 

Aferage per paawnger carried 

Aferage per passenger per mile 

Aferage per pasaeager trala per mile 

ngs and expenses (including mis' 

I eaminn) 

Avange per ton of freight carried 

Avange per ton of freight per mile 

Avarage per freight tram per mile 



Earnings. 



$100,477 60 
488 
080 
86 

106,004 80 
00 
0184 
1 Oil 



$08,806 88 

086 

78 

181,106 88 
46 
0080 
1 878 



Profit. 



$10,679 88 
04» 
006 
08 

66,?V7 07 
88 
0045 



Item. 
OoBpnted on eanilngsfrom canring passengers and 


ThroQgh. 


Local. 


Through 
andloMl. 


Aftrage rate received per mile for carrying pas- 


Cents. 
8.187 
1.110 


Cents. 
8.680 
8.86 


Cents. 

8.604 


Annfls rate reeelf^sd per mile per too for carrying 


1.84 







214 Report of the Railroad Oomhissionrbb. 

Desortptlon of Road and Eqalpment, 





lOLBB OWmD. 


Track. 


.'r^ 


BntlrekBcth. 


Kain Use from Dunkirk, N. T.. to Tltiurllle, Pa., lingle track. . . 
RMinva And turnouts on main line 


42.8 
6.7 


99.6 






Tntftl of tracks, sidlnn and turnouts 


46 


1M.S 






1 .aM wit.h iitfml rail, main line 


4S.8 


M.6 







Average life of rails— steel, 15 years, iron, years; average life of ties, 8 years; vettktof 
rails Der yard— steeL maximum. 00 lbs., minimum, 66 lbs.; iron, marlmum, 00 lbs., mlnfmnm, 
Mlbs. ; gauge of trade, 4 feet, S^ inches. Ballasted with gravel. 



^ 


IH KKW TOBK 8TATK. 


»Tm.un. 


Bridges. 


Number. 


^?S2Sf^ 


Number. 


*sjr 




8 
6 
6 


884 
888 

588 


18 
15 

88 


JVM. 
l,«l 


wS£!?firiSii■'':i*::^*^.'^^'^■;-ii:':i"'^ 








riVkt^ ..» 


SO 


1,710 


51 


6,865 







Equiphkht. 



Xiooomotives, 4 driven. 



flrst^dass passenger cars. .. . 
fleoond-dasi pasMnger can . 
Baggage, mail and ezpcessoars. 



Total. 



Box freight can 

Wat freight ours 

OOkkms, 8-wheel can. 
Service can 



Total. 



10 



I 



17 



17 






$8,000 00 



180,000 



11 



90 



o 



SB 



Kooooo 

8,000 00 
8,800 00 



89,000 
87,000 
86,000 



80 
80 



17 



101 
60 
6 
8 


;:;: 


101 

60 

6 

8 


$450 00 
800 00 
600 00 
600 00 


81,000 
16,000 
81,000 
18,000 


80 
80 
80 
80 


170 


.... 


no 






.... 



rassnngnr can equipped with Westinghouse automatic brake; liiller coupler, 
with hand brake ; link and pin coupler. 
Safety split switches are used for all renewals on line of road. 

Miseellaneoas Statistics. 



Fkwight can 



Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles . . . . 
Length of steel rails laM during year in repairs, miles 

Raiboads crossing road at grade... 

Bailroads crossing road over or under grade 



Highway croesfaigs at grade without protection . 
Highway crossings at fi^'^^P^otected by gatea or flagmen. 



Highway crosstaigs over or under grade 

Owhead obetmctlonB less than twenty feet above track. 



In N.T. State. 



48.8 
8 
4 



80 

1 
1 



8 
6 

1 
M 

1 
8 

1 



DaNKi&Ky Allvghbnt y alley and Pxttbbubg. 



215 



Tu m ngvr cars are heated bj ICartin antl-flre car heater, lighted wfth kerooene, 800 degrees 
iMt, aod ▼eotflated by alat and traifaom Tentflators. 

ABMrioaa ExprewOomiwiiy run over road and charge one aod one-half tlxiies first-claas rates. 

Bedyne Transit Oompany, Merchants' Despi^h Transportation OompauT, Nickel Plate Line, 
" — ^ Line, and Green Line Transportation companies operate oyer line of road. 
^ -i for transportation of malls baaed on average daify weight carried. 



DSSORIFTION OF FrUOBT MoYBD. 



Imc. 



Hgor 

Qnta 

Keate and prorisions 

life stodc 

Lnmber 

P%andaiid bar iron and steel 

Iroo or other ores 

Oosl and coke 

Frtroleum and other oUs 

An other manufactures 

AD other merchandise 

AB other aflTlculturaliHrodiicts 

All other articles not induded above 

TMal 



Tonnage. 



8,008 

6,M8 

S,1M» 

1,890 

101,006 

8,S64 

194 

89,966 

78,086 

16,078 

11,891 

11,868 

96,496 



986,899 



Percent 



1.06 
9.48 

1.09 

.68 

86.66 

.79 

.07 

10.99 

96.87 

6.96 

4.18 

4.14 

9.98 



100 



NuMBBB OF AooiDBrra. 





Injured. 


Killed. 


TotaL 


I>,^,^ ,^ 


9 

90 

1 


i 


2 


Employes ...i. ....... 


90 


otiS?!:;:. ::;:;:;:::;;;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::;::::::::::; 


ji 






IMal 


98 


1 


94 







Bmplotb. 

Average number of persons employed (indudlxig ofllcials) during year. 
AggNcate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



$180,687 96 



Ollloers of the Company. 



TtUe. OJfMalAddreM, 

President Grand Central station. New York city. 



Name. 
CBAvmcmr M. Da 

H. Valtbb Wbbb Vtoe-Presldent . . . . Grand Central station. New York dty. 

DWTOBT W. Pabdbb Secretary Grand Central station. New York dly. 

SmrASD V. W. Roasma. . . . Treasurer Grand Central station, New York city. 

JOBV CABSTBfSBir Comptroller Grand Central station. New York dly. 

Directors of the Company. 
Name. RetitUnce, 

CBAxnmjKT M. Dcpsw NewYork,N. Y. 

Oomnuus YAimuxwr New York, N. Y. 

WiLUAM K. VAjfSBBBii/r NewYork,N. Y. 

W. VumBBBixir NewYork,N.Y. 

D. WowsRSB New York, N.Y. 

I C. CLABX New York, N. Y. 

HoBAOB J. HiTDBf Ncw York, N. Y. 

Bamukl V. Babobb NewYork,N. Y. 

H. W^xon Wbbb NewYork,N. Y. 

DwMfHT W. Pardbb Brooklyn, N. Y. 

D^AKvor TBATm Fredonla, N. Y. 

OwuB W. JoHHSOK IVedonial N. Y. 

Biiegns BaowN Warren, Fa. 

Wis of oompauy, Dunkirk, Allegheny Val^y and Pittsburgh Railroad Company. 
OsnsmiomeesatDunMrk, N. ?. Prindpal office, Albany, N. Y. 
Dale of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

DsBle of alockholders* annual meeting, first Tuesday in December. 

Tat InformatkHi concerning this report, address John Carstansan, Comptroller, Grand 
OosAral statSon, New York dQr. 



216 



Report of thb Railroad Commissionbrs. 



ELMTItA, OO&TIiAND AND KO&THKRN. 

(Date of charter, Ifarch 7, 1884.) 



For hUtorj of orgaDization, etc., Me Report of 180S. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capftal Stook. 





OOMMON. 




Number of 
sbares. 


Total 
parvalue. 


Authorised by \kw or charter, iaiued for purchaoe price and 
DOW outstanding 


800,000 


18,000,100 







Number of stockholders. . 



Funded Debt. 





1 

Date. 


i 
1 


TNTKIiMTt 


Amount 
authorised. 




DaeioKATioM op Lien. 




Whea 
payable. 


ontatand- 
fug. 




April 1, 1884 
April 1, 1884 


80 
80 


P.C. 

6 


AprU 1, Oct. 1 
April 1, Oct. 1 


f7SO,000 
1,SB0,000 


$700,000 
1,860.001 






Total 


$8,000,000 


$8,000,000 















Cost of Road and Eqnipment. 



Road. 



Bridges 



(including ties). 



Land 

Passenger and freight stations . 

Engine and car-houses 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Fuel and water stations 



Total cost of road. 



LocomotiTes . 



Equipment. 



Mafl, ba«^age and express ears. . 
Freight and other cars 



Total cost of equipment 

Oost of road and equipment at date of purchase 

Qrand total cost of road and equipment 



Additions or 
bettermento 
during year 
ending June 
80,1808. 



$44,880 88 

5,708 79 

97 18 

8,800 00 

168 06 

888 48 



$68,816 78 



Total ooat 
of road and 
equipment 
upto Jane 



$44,888 86 
88,017 60 
11,88108 
67,086 88 
88,884 81 
11,488 11 
16.888 86 
6,816 44 



$808,181 64 



$180,148 46 
16,84144 
8,088 88 
78,888 86 




Elmira, Cobtland and Nobthkbn. 



217 



DBTAILS of Aj>DinOK8 OE BlTTBUaifTS DUBXWO THB TbAR. 

Tiro iron Tiadnctfl between Swartwood and Park station 

OroMfDff oonstructed over L. V. R. R near Van Ettenyllle 

Kaw awttchea, Bupentnicture, including ties 



New rails.. 

Land at Oortland.N.T ^ 

I^nd at Camden, N. Y 

Addldoii to aheds at Comers station 

Ke« tttmtable at Ithaca, N. T 

8team heating apparatus for three passenger cars 

Steam h e a ti ng M>P>nauB for two baggage and mail cars. 

One new baggage car buQt 

Seven new coal cars buUt 

Two new stock cars bnilt 



TotaL 

Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893* 

Gross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

bicomefrom other aource*, atfoUowB^ vis. : 

Beats 

Jf iKeUaneoua 

Engine service 



$866 Oi 
194 10 
501 50 



Oroes income from all sources . 



Deductions from income^ as foUoxoe^ vim.: 
Interest on funded debt due ana accrued 



Tnea on property mod in operation of road.. . 

Tnea on earnings and capital stock 

Salaries and expenses of Bailroad Onnmiasion. 
Interest on current 1 



$46,400 00 

18,000 00 

18,918 77 

1,158 88 

618 78 

8,494 86 



Snrplue for year ending June 80, 1883 

General Income Account. 

Sorplus for year ending June 80, 1806 

Surplus up to June 80, 1808 

Total surplus June 80,1808 



I ' 



DSTAILXD StATBMXMT OF RkMTALS. 

The Canastota Northern Railroad 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 



OPnUTDTO BZPKMSBS. 



Maintenanee of waay and gtructure* : 

Repairs of track and roadbed 

attel rails laid. 110 tons; cost $8,786.08. . 

Bspairs of bridges (including culTerts and cat- 
tle guards) 

Bepalrsof St 



Bnairs of fences. 
oSoTe 



stations, shops, docks, etc . 



expenses for maintenance of way and 



Total. 



$85,168 57 



8,066 48 

8,775 06 

888 60 

5,788 86 

$88,480 58 



$88,817 76 



8,688 76 

8,561 68 

880 84 

6,888 16 

$86,680 64 



$44,880 88 

5,010 00 

684 70 

07 18 

8,000 00 

850 00 

158 08 

888 48 

480 00 

880 OO 

1,080 60 

3,146 87 

1,066 05 



9fi9,416 58 



$418,397 68 
874,880 8r 



$148,887 81 



960 64 
$144,848 46- 



87,580 8* 
~$67,868 81 



• $67,868 81 
880,188 8» 

$886,4e^~09 



$18,000 OO 



EABNINeS. 


Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


PMsM, through and local 




$868,687 07 


$858,687 07 


Passengers, through 

ftssengers, local 


$88,404 70 
106,017 67 


$180,618 87 
10,186 40 
18,740 84 

160 60 

1,480 40 

840 00 




180,518 87 
10,186 40- 


XslI 






■«pwsb:;::.::.::.........::;;;:;:::::: :: ::::::: 




18,740 8i 

411 80 

1,480 40 


btra baggage 


$411 80 

1,480 40 

840 00 


851 80 


VewB nrlTMsmi 




840 00 








Total ffross eai iilnit s 




$104,888 51 


$858,860 17 


$418,887 6& 









$48,870 88 



7,668 84 
6,886 70 
1,708 84 

11,017 01 

$74,001 18 



92d KsipoRT OF THE Railboad CoUMiakioKksLB; 

Traffic and XUleai^e StatisUoa — (Ckmtiiiued): 





BnioGBS. 


ni HBW YORK rriTB. 




Number. 


^sr 


Iron bridgies 


14 

2 

107 


Feel 
t,M8 




m 


Wooden tresuM - 


15,19D 








Total 


1S8 


17,979 







EquipmMT. 






ft. 



LocomotiTes, 8 driyera 

Locomotives, 6 drivers 

Locomotires, 4 drivers 

Total 

First-class passenger oars 

Oombination passenger cars . . . . 
Baggage, mail and express cars 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Stock freight cars 

Coal freight cars 

Caboose, 4-wheel cars 

Service cars 

Total 



$8,700 
0,281 
5,000 



140,000 
144,00U 
140,000 



89 

2 

140 

6 

8 



100 



27,260 

'iiisoo 

15,000 



•2 

til 



20 



14 
2 
6 




46,000 
88,000 
88,000 


14 
2 
5 


14 
% 
5 


21 






21 


» 



Barnes* brakes and Miller couplers on passenger cars. 

One hundred and twelve split switches and 78 stub switches on line of road. 

Miscellaneous Statistics. 

Entire line fai 
ITM. N.Y. State. 

Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles 1S9.4S 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company $888,438 80 

Length of steel rails laid during the year in repairs, miles 1 

Bailroads crossing road at grade 7 

Etailroads crossing road over or under grade 2 

Highway crof sings at grade without protection 151 

Highway crossfngs at grade protected by gates or flagmen I 

Highway crossings over or under grade 11 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 8 

Passenger cars are heated by steam, lighted with oil and ventilated by 0«amer ventilators in 
deck and sash in door. 

National Express Company runs over line at agreed rates. 

Company receives for transportation of mails i>etween Elmira and Canastota on two trams 
per day except Sunday, $10,186.40 per annum. 



*■ Tenders. 



t Drivers and tenders. 



ElMQKA, CoSTLAND and NoBTHBBif. 
Dbsoription or Fbkxoht Moybd. 



g^l 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent. 


Flour 


6,118 
9,681 
9,851 
890 
28,096 
8,786 

2,861 

80,760 
11,980 
9,690 
18,001 
19,890 


1.7 


Gnin 


2.6 


JtaUudprovteioiiB 


2.6 


Uittitockr. .' 


.2 


LBfflber 


6.8 


FkMMl bar iron and steel 


1 


Obd and coke 


S0.9 




.6 


ShlpuMBta of manuf actnred goods receired by railroad oompanlee 

Within thin fltitlM fmm rnjmnfAi^t^rtAa within thlfl 8tat^ 


8.4 


AU ocb«p mannfafrtnrfiff 


8.8 


AJi <yth«r merchandise 


2.7 




6.2 


All other articles not included above 


6.6 






l^tal . . .. 




100 











NUMBBR or ACCIDKNTB. 










Injured. 


Kffled. 


Total. 


Enplojes 




1 


i 


1 


^Inra^not pwisengerfi 


1 










Total 


1 


1 


8 


' 





Ekplotbs. 
Average number of persons employed Clncludlog officials) during year . 
Acpegate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



886 

$179,981 88 



OIBoers of the Coukiiaay. 

Name, Title. Official Addreee. 

OsoMB 8. EnoBLL President 198 Broadway, New York dl^. 

HcntT W. Maxwell Vtoe-Presldent 192 Broadway, New York dty. 

WiLUAM J. Hkbrb Treasurer 192 Broadway, New York dty. 

Cbaslk M. Bbtholds Secretary 192 Broadway, New York dty. 

Albsbt Allbm Qen. Superintendent, Ck>rtland, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 



Name^ 



ReHdenoe, 



Ausmr OoRBiH New York dty. 

OeoBOB 8. Edobll New York dty. 

J.BooBR Maxwell Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HiNRT W. Maxwell Brooklyn, N. Y. 

J. D. Caxpbbll Phlladdphla, Pa. 

WjLLUM J. Hebre HolUs,L. I. 

A. N. Hkhbx Holli8.L. I. 

Gtbhbtt R. REnroLDS New York dty. 

CKAELas M. RsTiroLDe New York ci^. 

FtsoBRicK OooK Orange, N. J. 

TkAXK M. Kellet Qreenwich, Oonn. 

J- K O. Shkkwood Glen Cove, L. L 

WauAM O. Wheeler New York dty. 

Title of company. The Elmira, Cortland and Northern Railroad Company. 

'Oeaeral offices at Elmlra, N. Y. 

Dtte of cioae of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Tuesday in March. 

r<r taformation concerning this report, address M. A. Smith, Auditor. 



222 



BbPORT of THB BaILROAD C0MMISBIOKEB8. 



ELMIBA AND LAKE OKTABIO. 

LCSSOR. 

— NoBTHiRM Cbmtiul ov PnmgrLVAiaA. 
(Date of charter, December 81. 1886.) 



For history of organkation, etc., see Report of 1802. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt, 

Capital Stock. 





GOIOfOK. 




Number 
of shares. 


Fsrnlue. 


Authorised bj law or charter and now outstanding 


16,0C0 


11,900,000 







Number of stockholders. 



FclfDBD DlBT. 





Date. 


1 

1 


iirnrawT. 


AmoQBt out- 
staodtng. 


Dbionatiok of LnN. 


1 


When 
payable. 


First mortgage Sodus Baj and Southern 
Railroad OomuanT .•■•.•.....•.. 


July 1, 1884 


40 


"J 


Jan. 1, July 1 


$coo,ooo 







Cost of Bead. 

Total cost of road up to June 80, 1806 $9,000,000 00 



Income Account for Tear Bndlng June 30, 1808. 

Net earnings from operation, including taxes except on capital stock 



|B1, 819 54 



DeduciionM from income^ cw foUowM, vix . .* 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $25,000 00 

Tsses on capital stock 226 00 

Interest on equiinnent 15,818 78 

Other deducttODs 4,485 82 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808. 



46,029 S 



$8,779 99 



Ooneral Inoouke Account. 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 . 
Deficit up to June 80, 1802 



$6,77900 

40,27716 

Less amount for year ending December 81, 1802, credited or reduced from the 
account 



Total (Sefldt June 80, 1808 . 



$42,407 17 
36,16109 



r,888ir 



Elmisa and Lakb Ontario. 223 

General Balanee Sheet, June 30, 1898. 



Oortof roiMl |«,000,000:00 

Omrent a$aetM^ cm foUotoa, vis..* 

Guhonhaiid 12,500 00 

Profit And lo8B(defloieiiC7) 7,888 17 

$9,010,888 IT 



LIABIIJTIB& 

0»pttal Stock $1,800,000 00 

Fmdaddebt 500,000 Oft 

OtrrmU UabOitie*, aafoVUywt^ viz,: 

iBtflni* on funded debt due and accrued $18,500 00 

OpeDAOooonts 7,888 17 

1 10,888 17 

$8,019,888 17 

Officers of the Conipany, 

Name. Title. Official Addreee. 

GaoBOB B. BoBBRTB Preaident Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fluiix Thomson Vice-President Philadelphia, Pa. 

8rBPHBii W. Wbitb Secretary Philadelphia, Pa. 

JomrSb Leib Treasurer Baltimore, Md. 

Jahis p. Kbrb Auditor Baltimore, Md. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Beeidenee. 

CteOBOB B. Robbbts PhUftdeJpliK ^»- 

PkLAVK TBOKBOlf PliibidHphift, Pa. 

A J Camatt Philadelphia. Pa. 

JoHH P. Gbbbn PhLlod^lf »hlA, i*A. 

Stbphbm W. WHtra Phllod^lpbLa, Pa. 

JoBV N. Hutchinson PhHiMii,'lpbla, Fa. 

Hbnbt D. Wblsh Phllad^jphtft. Pa. 

Oharlbs E. Puoh Pliilai^t?lljbl&« Pa. 

LoTBBR S Bbnt SteeltoD, F»p 

Obi. B. B. Pabsonb Rochester, N. T. 

B. F. Nbwoombb Bal tlmom* M4 , 

Jambs P. Kbbb BiUttmore, Md. 

John 8. Lm BaltirnQre^ Md ^ 

Title of company, The Elmira and Lake Ontario Railroad Company. 

OsBsral offices at 100 Broadway, New York dty. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, December 81. 

Date of stockholders* annuid meeting, first Thursday in May. 

For information concerning this report, address J. 8. LeIb, Treasurer, Baltimore, Md. 



ELMUtA AND LAKE OKTABIO. 



Ineouke Aeeonnt for Tear Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation $780 , 781 77 

LMioperating expenses (excluding all taxes) 868,896 5^ 

Net earnings from operation $72,886 18 

DedncftoiM from income^ <u foUotoe^ viz.: 



. i,etc $19,781 48 

Tues on property used in operation of road 80,616 04 

Tues on capital stock SS6 00 

40,688 or 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1888 $81,818 11 

Dbtailxo Statbmxht of Rentals. 

Interest on equipment $16,818 78 

OoDSlnictlon 4,468 70 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income $19,781 48 



224 



Bepobt of the Bailboad Commissioners. 



Analysis of Gross Eamlni^ and Operating Expenses, 

ElAKMINOB. 



"Pameng&c. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Freight, through and local. . . . 
Passengers, through and local. 

Mail 

Express 



Af tsctfZZaneolM, cm /oUotM, viz . ; 

Rents $«,W8e7 

Sundry sources 8,717 78 

Miscellaneous passenger 

Total gross earnings 



$176,147 86 
12,041 07 
6,619 98 



4,714 92 
1,887 15 



$201,810 98 



$618,419 87 



11,001 47 



$529,420 84 



$618,419 87 
176,147 86 

12,041 or 

6,519 98 



15, n6 80 
1,687 15 

$780,781 77 



Operatino Expknsrs. 



Moinienance a/ t^ay and Btructures : 

RepnUi-s of tt&cis , I 

St««l raUji laid, 300 tons, cost 

Iron ralla laid, coi^t . . . . ^ , 

Repaint of roadbed, . . ^ , 

R^paim of bridge { ladudLQg culverts and cattle 

^uArda> ... ^*.. *..,,.. r ■ ! 

Repairs of ntfttions, sJiopK, docks, etc | 

Repsjri^ of f e^oes^ I 

Otlier ^xpi£)DseH for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



$15,789 45 

2,906 22 

10 58 

4,212 08 

4,989 26 

1,282 41 

268 65 

4,296 76 

$88,657l6 



$86,842 06 

6,781 18 

24 68 

9,828 20 

11,524 95 

8,006 24 

626 85 

10,080 48 



$88,666 54 



$52,681 51 

9,687 40 

85 16 

14,040 28 

16,464 21 

9,940 65 

896 50 



14,i 



119 



$117,828 90 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



Total. 



$16,685 18 

19,857 00 

1,016 67 

4,476 28 



$41,085 08 



$89,006 95 
69,818 04 
2,872 28 
10,444 55 



$121,686 77 



$54,092 C8 

80,670 04 

8,888 90 

14,920 78 



$162,671 80 



Conducting transportation: 

liVages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives , 

Oil and waste 

Water supply , 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station supplies , 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation . 



Total. 



$18,004 06 
11,891 09 
11,448 98 
1,174 04 
1,395 23 
3,799 iO 
10,759 85 
1,460 71 
1,866 66 
1,976 25 
8,809 97 



$66,067 14 



$62,806 77 

39,820 88 

51 ,538 40 

2,947 47 

8,255 50 

768 71 

81,488 69 

18,29! 01 

1,898 89 

6,612 80 

7,967 64 



$210,886 11 



$70,810 88 

61,212 88 

62.968 88 

4,121 51 

4,660 7S 

4,562 91 

42,198 54 

14,751 79 

2,765 75 

7,589 06 

11,277 51 

$276,428~» 



General expenses: 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage. . . . 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit 

balance) 



Total 

Grand total operating expenses. 



$5,176 17 
208 88 
8,586 88 
5,849 41 
1,076 02 
278 65 
6,428 99 

1,467 28 



$21,516 28 



$164,295 76 



$12,077 74 
486 20 
6,165 00 
6,212 47 
8,197 48 
4,690 90 
16,574 19 

29,127 48 



$78,461 41 



$494,100 88 



$17,288 91 
604 58 
9,701 88 
11,561 88 
4,278 46 
4,604 56 
S3,008 18 

30.5M76 



$101,977 64 



$658 896 00 



Elioba akd Lakb Ontabio. 225 

Trafllo and MUess* Statlstios. 

ITKM. Total. 

Kamber of panengera carried 411t868 

Nomber of pamnffera carried one mile 0,5S1 047 

Kmnber of tons of freight carried 1 , 641 , 8d7 

Nomber of tons of freight carried one mile 100 , 1 07,975 

fmmger train mileage 821,778 

n«^train mileage 488,818 

AJiocber train mileage lttl,090 

Total train mileage 790,290 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Profit. 



Fynngar eamtngs and ezi^nsee (including 
mail, ezpTPSB and miscellaneous earnings) . 



inngB per passenger carried 

Avenge per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile . . 

"" ' ' flamiogs and expenses (including mis- 



eamlngs). 

ton of freight carried. 



ATcngepert 

Avertge per ton of freight per mile . 

Avenge per freight tndn per mile. 



9201,810 98 
49 
021 
90 

529,420 84 
82 

00628 
1 82 



$164,295 76 
40 
017 
78 

494,100 88 
80 

00498 
1 14 



$87,016 17 
09 
004 
17 

85,820 01 
02 
00085 

08 



Itkm. 
Oompoted on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 



Avenge rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all claa 
Avenge rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all 



Description of Road and Sqaipnient. 

Track. 

Ibin Use fh>m CSiemuig Junction to Oanandaigua, single track 

Srndhes or other roads, laid single track 

Total single track 

[ fccoBdtrsck on main line 

ttliogs and turnouts on main line 

adiogs and turnouts on branches or other roads 

Total sidings and turnouts 

^risd totsl of tracks, sidings and turnouts 

laid with steel raU, mainline 

laid with steel rail, branches or other roads 



Throu^^and 

local. Cents. 

1.844 

.518 



MUes leased, all 
in N. Y. State. 
64.00 
85.61 

. 9 9^ 

1.18 

. 27li 

9.93 

. 87I4 



188.06 



64.00 
35.61 



Average life of rails - steeL 18 years; average life of ties, 8 years; weight of rails per yard— 
aed, maximum, 70 lbs., minimum, 60 lbs. ; gauge of track, 4 feet 9 inches; ballasted with 
ravel and cinders. 



Drails or 


Brakohb or other 


Roads. 


1 

a 




.Kamb or Braxch or Road. 


From 


To 


as 


tJBte Bay brsach 


Stanly 

Lester St. and R. R. 
at Canandaigiia... 


Sodus Point.... 
0iviinji<iaigtia. 
LakcTT? 


84.18 
1.48 


84.18 


uaai laigua Lake R. B 






1.48 










29 



BePOBT of THB BaILBOAD C0SCMI88IONSR8. 





Bridobs. 


■MTIRB UKK XH HBW TOU 
8TATB. 




Number. 


^ffisr 


Iron bridges 


10 

S 


FteL 

9sr 


Wooden brfdpres 


8«10B 


Wooden trastleB 




8,710 


Total 


ss 


6,680 









Weetinghouse automatie air-brake and Janney coupler on paawnger equipment; hand ud 
air-brake, link and pin and Jann^f coupler on freight equipment. 
All point Biritcbea on main line. 

«. MlMellaneoos Statiatioa. 

^ EntiraUneiB 

ITBM. N. T. State. 

TClearaph owned and operated by company, milea 07.40 

Total aaaeaaed value of real estate and peraooal property of company $1,096,505 06 

Length of steel rails laid during year In repairs miles 7-1 

Railroads crossing roads at grade 8 

Bailroads crossing road at. over or under grade 6 

Highway crossings at grade without protection *. 188 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 4 

Highway crossings over or under grade 14 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 9 

Passenger cars are heated by steam and stoves, lighted with oil and gas and ventilated by 
deck sash. 

DnsoRipnoN of Frbtoht M ovkd. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


Flour 


77,8« 
48,051 
4,577 
15,680 
88,867 
68,068 
66.006 

088,064 
4,840 

168,6M 
86,071 

100,880 
16,674 


4.74 


Grain 


8.65 


If eats and provisions r ........... . 


86 


Uve stock 


95> 


Lumber .•..••..... • 


5.08 


Pi» and bar iron and steel 


4.80 


Iron or other ores 


8.86 


Goal and coke t 


60.48 


Petroleum and other oils 


86 


All o*her manufactures 


9.r 


All othfti* merohandise , r . , t , , , 


1.60^ 




6.66 


All other articles not included above 


95 






Total 


1,641,887 


160 



















Injured. 


Killed. 


TotaL 


Bmoloves 


86 

4 


6 


86> 


oSSS!!?.;:::;;:;:;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::":!::!::: 


10 








Total 


80 


6 


86 







Emplotbs. 
Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year 

Title of lessee company. Northern Oentral Raflwi^ Oompany. 

For Information concerning this report, address John Q, Letb, Treasurer, Baltimore, Md. 



Elmiba Statb LmB. 



227 



ELMTRA STATE LINE. 

LnsoB. 

LB8SBB — TlOOA OF PnmEnrLTAifiA. 

(Date of charter, April SI, 1978.) 



For hMoij of organization, etc, see Report of 1898 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


- Cash 
realised 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


AntboriaMl hr law or charter. 


1,000 


$100,000 








InoMl for actnal oash 


9W 

610 


|S0,200 
61,000 


$S9,9Da 


Imnfttl for organisation 






total now ontiitandinff 


902 


$90,800 


$S9,90a 





Rmnber of stodkholders . 



ar 



FcifDBD Debt. 





Date. 


1 

1 


mmtnT. 


authorised. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Ouh 


DMIQIiATIOll OF 

Lm. 


1 


When payable. 


realised on 
amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Kortgage bonds... 


Ootl, 1876 


80 


't 


April and Oct 


$160,000 


$160,000 


$160,000 



Cost of Boad. 



Gradkig, masonry and ballast. . 



Soparstriictare (including ties and raOs) . 

LsBd daoMges and fences 

PiMwgcr and freight stations 

Kngiiie and oar houses 



Total ooat of road. 



General Balanoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

ASSKTS. 



Total cost of road 
up to June 80, 1808 

$68,681 19 

11.078 68 

88,400 49 

18,874 97 

8.747 81 

1,00009 

2,87696 

$189,800'00 



Oostof road 

Ofhmr permanent tnvestments, <u foUovm^ viz.: 
Doe by the Tioga BaOroad Company 



Liabilities. 



Ospttal stock. 
FtadsddBbt.. 



$180,800 Oa 

61,000 00 
$960,900 09 



$90,900 09 
160,000 00 

$860,800 Oa 



Bepobt of the Bailboad Comhisbionebs. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name, TiUe, Official AddrtM. 

John Kino President Post-offloe box 889, New York oftj. 

A. R. Macoonouoh. Secretary Poflt-offloe box 889, New York ctty. 

Edward Wvitb Treasurer Postoffioe box 889, New York dfy. 



Name, 



Dlreotors of the Company. 



Retidtnce. 



JoHK King .... i New York oiCy. 

' J. G. McCuLLOUOH New York city. 

H. H. CJooK New York dty. 

E. B. Thokas New York city. 

A. R. Macdonouoh New York dty. 

J. B. Rathbonk Elmira,N. Y. 

H. D. V. Pratt Elmira, N. Y. 

Title of company, Elmira State Line Railroad Company. 
General offices at 21 Oortlandt street, New York dty. 
Date of dose of fiscal year. September 80. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeting, first Tuesday in September. 

For information concerning this report, address A. R. Macdonough, Secretary, post-office 
*ox 889, New York dty. 



ELMIBA AND WHJJAMSPOBT. 

Lbssor. 

LSSSKB — NORTHRBN CENTRAL OF PBNNSTLVANIA. 

(Date of charter June 1, I860.) 



For history of organisation, etc., see Report of 1898. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



Authorized by law or charter, issued on 
account of the reorganlzaUon of the 
WlUlamsport and Elmira raiIroad.f ore- 
dosed in 1860, and now outstanding. . . 



Number 
of shares. 



10,000 



Total 
par value. 



$500,000 



Number 
of shares. 



10,000 



Total 
parTsloe. 



1600,800 



Grand total of conmion and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders. 



FUMDBD Dkbt. 



$1,000,000 
818 



DisioNATiON or LZXN. 



* Mortgage bonds.. < 

extended . . 

* Income bonds. . . . 



Total. 



Date. 



May 11,1880 
Jan. 1,1880 
May 1,1868 



PC. 

6 
5 



When payable. 



Jan. 1, July 1 
Apr. 1, Oct. 1 



Amount 
author- 



$1,000,000 
570,000 

$1,670,000 



Amount 

ontstand- 

tog. 



$1,000,000 
570,000 

$1,570,000 



ElmM iHb WlLLiAJiBPOEt. 229 

Total cost of road 
and equipment up 
tCost of Bo»d and Sqnlpment. to Jane 80, 1898. 

^^otaj ooiit of road 92,918,000 Oft 

Total coat of equipment 885,000 oa 

Chrand total coat of road and equipment $8,570,000 00 



Inconie Aceoant for Tear lEnding Jnne 30, 1893. 

Gto9$ income from all Mmreea, atfdUowa^ viz. : 

ftmnleaaeofToad $151,600 00 

rtomdiTidends 888 55 

Ihnn oUier sources 4,68800 

Total $166,450 55 

DtduetUmt from income, a§ foUovn^ via,: 

iBtereit on funded debt due and accrued $88,600 00 

IJizeson capital stock 5,500 00 

An other taxes. 4,868 00 

Onaniiation expenses a,888 06 

• 101 ,006 05 

Net income from all sources $64,680 5» 

PoiffmieiiU from net income^ cu/oRotot, viz. : 
Dividends declared 6 84 100 per cent on $500,000 preferred stock..... $81,700.00 

Divideods declared 456 100 per cent on $600,000 common stosk 88,^00 

■ .. 64,600 00 

Svplus for year ending June 80, 1806 $80 5» 

..I ■ .1 - ■■ 

General Ineome Aooonnt* 

Sorplus for jear ending June 80, 1888 $80 50i 

Surplus up to June 80ri8B8 4,485 68 

Total surplus June 80, 1888 $4,586 87 



General Balance Sheet, Jnne 3<K ]^$93>. 

ASSKTS. 

Cost Of road $8,818,000 00 

Ooctof equipment ,.. 868,000 00 

OOter permanent inveetmente, <u foUowe, viz, : 
Stock of other companies 8,800 80 

Omreni aaeeta, aefoUowe, viz,: 

QMhonhand $811 88 

Opcnaooounts 87,686 00 

-. 88,486 88 

$8,611,746 87 

LlABIUTIES. 

Oqiital Stock $1,000,000 00 

TsBdeddebt 1,570,000 00 

Citrrent UabUities^ a$ foUowe^ viz. : 

interest on funded debt due and accrued 87,890 00 

Fh)fit and kMS (surplus) 4,586 87 

$8,611,746 87 



* IsBoed for account of reorganisation of the Wflliamsport and Elmira railroad, f oredosed. 
t These items can not be i^ven separately. After reorganisation bonds and stocks were issued 
to aaoont of $8,670,000 and charged to construction, $8,918^000; to equipment, $858,000. 



1 



280 



Bbpobt of the Railboad CoMmSSIOKEBS. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. TUle, 

Tbokas Nbilbon Preeideii t 

Lkwib p. Gbiobr Secretary and Treasurer . 



OffldaiAddrnt, 

P] 



Fa. 
Fa. 



Directors of the Company. 
Name. Beeidenee. 

Wm. Rod Fibber Flilladelphia, Fa. 

Lawn P. Gbiobr PhOadelphJa, Fa. 

William D. Nbzuon Philadelphia, Fa. 

MuRiUT GoROAS Philadelphia, Fa. 

HbnrtA.Fonda Milton, Pa. 

Conrad Dibhl New York dty. 

Title of company, Elmira and Wllllamsport Railroad Company. 

General offices at 215 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, April 80 

Date of stockholders^ annaal meeting, first Monday In May. 

For information concerning this report address liswis P. Geiger, Treasurer. 



ET.MTliA AND WILUAMSPOBT. 



Income Aocount for Year Ending June 30, 1808. 



Gross earnings from operation 

Less operatiug expenses (excluding all taxes). 



Net earnings from operation . 



DedwfUons from income^ a$ fdOowe^ viz. : 

Rentals $166,046 64 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 4,004 86 



Surplus for year endtaig June 80, 1888 

Dbtailbd Statbmbmt of Rentals. 



Rental of railroad 

Interest on equipment.. 
Rents 



Total amoimt of rentals deducted from income. 



$1,180,796 91 
806,068 99 

$88i,r4l99 



170,149 90 



$111,60199 



$161,600 09 
18,46190 
8,084 94 

~il6MttM 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

EARNnfOS. 





Passenger. 


Bteight 


TV)taL 


Freight, through and local 




$870,797 80 


$070,787 99 


PiMByinironi. thri^iiB^h and local. ................ . 


$187,188 68 
17,486 24 
0,884 88 

814 87 
8,066 00 


187,188 09 




17,416 84 
0,8M99 


TC»niM¥Mi .,.,,,.,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,.,.,,,,,. 




Bents *..... '. $848 18 


880 60 




flundrr sources. .•..*... 78S S6 






1,074 87 
8.6B8 00 


^Ifl^Ylflli^rk^if TMUMongor 








Total ifiosB earninffs. ............. t ...... t .. r 


$818,800 18 


$071,686 70 


$1,180,706 89 





EunBA AND WlLLIAHSPOKT. 



231 



Analysii of Orof a Earnings and Operating Expenses — (Oontinued), 
Opbratiko Expuraxs. 



Paosenger. 



Flight. 



Total. 



ihititenance of vsay and gtructurcM : 

Bepiin of track 

Steel rails laid. 878 tons, cost 

Bepaira of roadbed 

Bepslra of bridges Occluding cnlverts and cat- 

tiefnwrds) 

Bepairs of stations, ahope, docks, etc 

RnMdrsof fences 

Oust expenses for maintenanoe of way and 

■Crnctures. 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repsira ( f locomotives 

SeiMira of cars 

Enairt of machinery and tools 

OtMr expenses for maintenanoe of equipment. 



Total. 



Condmeting transportation: 

▼aces of conductors and men , 

Wara of engineers and firemen 

fw for looomottTes , 

CO aad waste 

Water supply , 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wans for labor at stations 

StafloB supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. , 
Otber expenses for conducting tranqwrtation . 



Total. 



OenenU expenaee : 

flataries of general officers and clerks 

Qeaeral office expenses and supplies 

Sfiitiooery and printing 

Ostslde agencies and aavertislng 

Lefsl expenses , 

Losi sad damage of freight and bs ggage 

*MeK^^>h maintenanoe and operatum 

MOeage of cars of other companies (debit 

bsluice) 



Tbtal. 



Qraad total operating expenses. 



$11,768 07 
8,806 47 
1,770 44 

8,940 60 

1,044 96 

280 05 

8,871 66 



$88,778 76 



$16,114 80 

80,175 17 

080 04 

6,164 87 



$48,428 87 



$14,607 10 

10,006 06 

11,088 75 

1,188 06 

954 64 

1,488 16 

6,960 89 

080 88 

678 71 

886 06 

8,664 97 



$68,184 71 



$8,777 80 
147 98 
8,671 80 
4,910 80 
101 88 
6,480 65 
8,040 79 

1,986 86 



$84,006 40 



$141,886 78 



$47,084 70 

9.886 86 
7,081 77 

18,962 40 

8.887 76 
1,180 80 

0,486 86 



$00,788 04 



$68,816 70 

180,714 66 

8,876 16 

16,461 01 



$814,867 68 



$64,168 87 
64,484 67 
88,804 04 
4,788 68 
8,818 54 
8,148 81 
17,668 86 
18,498 18 
046 80 
8,487 88 
5,718 01 



$868,981 06 



$16,106 78 

691 71 

5,660 88 

7,074 00 

987 96 

1,686 85 

18,898 51 

54,468 44 



$06,800 64 



$666,788 86 



$58,798 87 
11,688 88 
8,868 81 

16,808 00 
4,878 78 
1,400 86 

11,867 81 



$118,611 60 



$78,880 18 

160,880 88 

4,845 80 

88,685 88 



$866,600 49 



$78,740 47 

75,480 68 

94,877 79 

6,016 60 

4,778 18 

8.685 47 

84,698 84 

18,883 00 

1,688 60 

4,888 01 

8,877 96 



$815,046 77 



$18,885 96 
780 64 
8,881 48 
11.064 08 
1,189 86 
8,107 60 
17,848 80 

66,804 80 



$188,806 04 



$806,068 00 



Traffle and Mileage Statistics. 

Imf. Total. 

Hsmberof paasengers carried 888,478 

Momber of passengers carried one mile 8,708,601 

Hnber of tone of freight carried 8,064,086 

Suaberoftonsof fre^t carried^one mOe 106,014,000 

RMMonr'traln mileage 817,188 

IMcht train mlli«ge 817,776 

AfloSier train mileage 86,811 

Total Irain mileage 1,181,886 



232 Bepobt of thb Bailboad CoMMisBioirsBff. 

Tndle and MUeace 8totisUo«-(OontlMied>. 



iTnc 


Earnings. 


Ezpeasea 


PTOflL 


PaMdDger earnlnn and expenfles (including 
Average per paaeenger carried 


9218,909 18 
77 
085 
1 00 

971,585 79 

00491 
1 19 


$141,885 78 
00 
OlS 
66 

060,798 26 

00687 

89 


978,888 « 


Averase Dcr rmmonircir Der mile ................ 


O09 


Average per paaaenger train per mile 

Freight earnings and ezpenfles excluding mis- 
oeilaoeous eamingR) 


<5 

304,tt8 5t 






Average per ton of freight per znile 


0015* 


Averiwe ber frelsrht train oer mile 


V 







Through and 
locsL Oenta 

S.181 



Itbm. 
Oompated on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all Haiwfw 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. 

Description of Boad and £qalpnient. 





MnjBS Lbasbd. 


Tback. 


Length in 
N. T. dUte. 


Entfae 
length. 


Haln line from P. & E. imiction, WUUamffport, to N. Y., L. E. & 

-W Innnflnn F.lmii^ N V . alnirlA tnin> . . 


6.50 

.87 

6.76 


75.50 


Seond track, main linoi ............*...-........'............... 


.87 


Ridlnflm and tiimoutH on main line 


ffl.r 






Total of tra«t«t- «i<Miiimi and turnouts 


19.68 


107.14 






T^ld with Bt^ml rail, main linf> 


19.68 


107.14 







Average life of rails — steel, 19 years; average life of ties* 8 years; weight of rails per 
steel, maximum. 70 lbs.; minimum, 60 lbs. ; gauge of track, 4 feet 9 faiches; " " 
stone, gravel and cinders. 





IN NSW TOBX STATE. 


■NTERB urn. 


Bbidob. 


Number. 


^tSSffi!^ 


Number. 


^ssr 


Iron bridges 




Feet. 


6 
45 

4 


'^•i*. 


Wooden oridff es 


6 


548 


4,650 


Wooden trestles 


*647 








Total 


6 


648 


65 


5,«B5 







Westinghouae automatic air brake and Janney coupler on passenger equipment Hand i 
" * ^ .. » ^ . ^ - - - -- impment. 



air brake and Ifaik and pin and Janney coupler on freight eqi 
All pohit switches on main track. 

Miscellaneous Statistics. 



Itbm. 



In N. Y. State. Entire Une. 



Telegraph owned and operated by company, mUee 

Totu assessed value of real estate and personal property of 

company 

Leneth of steel rails laid durintr year in repairs, miles 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen . . , 

Highway crossings over or under gmde 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track .... 



6.50 
968,700 



75.90 



6.85 
90 
4 

t 
95 



Passenger cars are heated by steam heat, lighted with oH and gas and ventilated by decik sash 



Eluiba akd Williamspobt. 



333 



Dbboription or Fbxxobt Motsd. 


• 




ITKM. 


Tonnacpe. 


Per cent 


nour 


46,980 

07,602 

4,878 

16,906 

897,909 

98,990 

86,988 

8,171,841 

4,040 

810,688 

67,888 

116,199 

19,806 


l.SS 


emn 


8.89 


MettaandproTisioiis. 


.16 


Ui**™^'!^?^!^:;::::::::::;::;::::::::::::;:;:":::::;;:;;;;;:: 


.66 


iMuhrr. . ....'.. 


7.88 


Pit «Bil bar tfOQ H, , 


8.01 


Iroa or oEh^r or^esK 


1.89 


Ou*l ui£l coke. . , . , 


70.40 


f^tralvum »od nther oU§ 


.18 


kH other miuiQfAirtur*« 


6.88 


AD other Tn«rclruiiidu» 


8.80 


in citlier i(jrrii-iilt urni producta 


8.77 


ill oUiar articles not Inoluded above 


.64 






TbUl 


8,084,086 


100 







Number or Aooidbmts. 





Injured. 


KiUed. 


T6taL 


Kmnloret in New York State. 


10 

1 


1 


11 


Otlirn nnt paanmienn 


1 






TWal 


11 


1 


18 







Emplotss. 
Awige number of penona employed (Incloding offlciala) during year 

Title of leaaee company. Northern Central Railwar Oompany. 

For information concerning this report addreea John S. Leib, Treasurer, Baltimore, Md. 



065 



EBIE AND BLAOE: BOOK 

Ownn AKD Opesatbd bt New Toek, Lake Erie and Western. 
(Date of charter, March 88, 1888.) 



For history of organisation, etc., see Beport of 1808. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


Ttotal 
par value. 


AoUnrlwid hr law or nhartJrr 


860 


pfi>000 
600 


Tmiiiii1 for actual cash ap^i ""w outitandlnir . <................ > 







ftnibsr of stockholders. . 



Cost of Road. 

Of Jkig, masonry and ballast 

^ inmicture ^idoding ties) and rails 

Uidamages . 
^1^1 tad water I 
^OH rierms. 



Total cost of road 
up to June 80, 1898. 

18,666 85 

88,818 06 

10,060 77 

816 80 

478 88 



"Mai cost of road. 



$87,891 79 



30 



*Ten per cent paid in. 



234 Bbpobt of the Bailboad Commissionxbs 

0«neral Balance Sheet, June 80, 1898. 



Cost of road $87,291 T9 

Current <uteU, <ufoUow9t vis.; 

Cash on hand fiOSM 

LXABXUTXaS. 

Capital stock 1060 M 

Adranoes made by the New York, Lake Erie and Weiteni Baflroad Oompany. . . M.8M 79 



987,794 T9 



t87,79«79 



OIBoers of the Company. 

Name, Title, QffieUU addreee. 

Burns L. Howard President Buffalo. N. Y. 

S. B. TBOMAa Vice-Prbsident Post-offloe box 880, New York citgr. 

A B. Macdonouoh Secretary Post-office box 880, New York city. 

Edward WnrrB Treasurer Post-office box 889, New York city. 

Directors of the Conipany. 

Name. Seeidenee, 

BuFUB L. Howard Buffalo, N.Y. 

Gborob 8. FiBLD Buffalo, N. Y. 

Hknrt W. Spraouk Buffalo, N. Y. 

John Ezng New York city. 

E. B. Thokas New York d^. 

Geo. W. QuiNTARD New York city. 

A. B. Macdonouoh New York city. 

Title of company, Erie and Black Bock Ballroad Company. 
General offices at 81 Cortland street. New York city. 
Date of close of fiscal year, September 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Saturday in October. 

For information concerning this report, address A. B. Macdonough, post-office box 889, Few 
York city. 



ERIE INTEBKATIONAIi. 

Owned awd Opiratid bt Nbw York, Lakr Broi Ain> Wirbrn. 
(Date of charter, August 81, 1878.) 



For history of the organization, etc., see Beport of 1898. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 


CsshivallBsd 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


onamoont 
outstanding. 


Auth'>ri2ed by law or charter, Issued for actual 
muih AiiH ntivr outstandlnflT 


600 


950,090 


$80,900 





Number of stockholders . 



I 



Ebib Intbbnational. 



385 



Coft of Boad. 


' 




Road. 


Addltionflor 
betterments 
during year 
endinff June 


Total oo0t 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
ao, 1806. 


0<ii4loff. mAflonry wnd ballut t 




$84,875 47 


v^imij^, iiiiwu-iM J nuu uwiovi 




9,884 61 


hpqrftnictnn CfnciuiW ties). . ....'.................. 


$8,aS7 06 


81,60»96 


Bff^.^T^.:™^!^ ::;:::;: :;:;::;:;;:;:::;:::::::: 


88,888 46 






118,000 04 


KSe!^.!??;. . . :7!Tr!7/.////^^^ 




8,470 48 


FMwncor fmd freight ntAtioiui ...... x . . ........ 




606 66 


InclMiuid cftT-hooioe. 




0,886 78 


^i*"fi firing «xpf4ifffMi. 




1,066 88 


l*B»hfli:^"™..V.........J^^^^ 




680 46 


SSSdhiSk!:::::;;:;::::;::::;::::::::::::::::::;:::;::::::::: 




88,860 77 


other items 




1,888 08 








Total mnt of rriAil > .... 


$SI,1»7 66 


t860,866 18 





General Balanoe Sheet, Jane 80, 1893, 



Ooitof road. 



LiABiuma. 



Cwlte] stock 

Adrsaoes Brie BaUway Company 9888,6 

Advinoes New York, Lake l»eaad Western 76,810 67 



$888,616 66 



$860,886 18 

$60,000 00 

800,886 18 
$860,886 18 

Officers of the Company, 

Name. TitU, Official Addrtn, 

Zown Kino President Post-office box 880, New York city. 

A. R. Macdonouoh Secretary Post-office box 880. New York ci^. 

EowAso Wbits Treasurer Post-office box 680, New York city . 

Directors of the Company. 

Kajn€, Residence, 

John Kino New York dty . 

J. Q. McCcUiOUOB New York city. 

WiLLUM Ljbbet New York city. 

OoDKa IfiLU New York city. 

Oaoaaa H. Vaillant New York dty. 

A. B. ILicDONOUOH New York dty. 

Andrew Donildson NuUey, N. J. 

TUe of company, Erie latematlonsl Railroad Company. 
Otteral offices at 81 Cortland street, New York dty. 
Mte of close of fiscal year. September 80. 

Dste of stockholders* annual meeting, last Tuesdsy in November. 

For information concerning this report address A. R. Macdonough post-office box 880, New 
Tork dty. 



FALL BBOOK. 

[Fan Brook Raflway Company, Bucceedfng Coming, Cowanesque and Antrim Railway 
Company, as below.] 
The flrrt charter under which the Cominfr, Cowanesque and Antrim Railway Company holds 
Ji tcmochiae^ was granted by chapter 101 of the Laws of New York, passed April 0, 1888, to the 
nDca Coal, Iron, Mining and Manufacturing Company, with power to construct slackwater 
WjaMon. Amended by chapter 81, Laws of 1888, authorizing that companv to construct a 
nflnad, diapter 00, Laws of 1861. Name of company changed to Comiog ana Blossburg Rail- 
rnd Company. The road afterward sold, sherifTs sale, and reorganized March 10, 1854, under 
Qm General Railroad Law of New York, passed April 8, 1860, under name of Blossburg and 
OofBiag Railroad Company (wholly In New York State). January 8, 1978, the last-named oom- 
BSBY consolidated with Wellsboro and LawrenceviUe Railroad Company (organized under act of 
Upriatnre of Pemmylvania, April 8, 1867, and supplements March 80, 186H, and May 10, 1871). 
*Mify in PennsyWanla, and the Cowanesque Valley Railroad Company (organized under act of 
UKidatore of Fean^ylTania, April 0, 1860, and supplement March 80, 1871), wholly In Pennsyl- 

a^Mia, into the Coming, Cowanesque and Antrim Railway Company, under Laws of New York, 
chapter 917, Laws of Pennsylvania, approved May 16, 1861. Name changed to Fall Brook 
^ wmy Company, July 1, 1808, under order Supreme Court, Special Term, June 81, 1808, at 
Wstkins, Schuyler county, N. Y„ under order Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county, Pennsyl- 
vttls, Aprfl term, 1808, No. 161. 



EePOBT of the HaILROAD C0MMI8SIONRB8. 



Capital Stock and Funded D«bt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 






No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par vaiue. 


No of 
shares. 


Total 
parvaliie. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued for like 
issue of Cominf?, Cowaoesqueand Antrim Ry. 
Co. '8 stock, because change of name, and now 
outstanding 


00,000 


$4,600,000 


10,000 


$600,000 







Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders 



S5,000,0(» 
15 



FUKDKD DkBT. 





Date. 


1 


nnvRBST. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amoont 


Pmiohatioh or Lmw. 


1 


When 
payable. 


outstaiHl 

In?. 


Coming, Cowaneeque & Antrim 
Ry. Co.'s debenture bonds .... 


May 1. 1888 


15 


p.c. 
6 


Mayl.Noy.l 


$1,260,000 


$710,000 



Cost of Road and Equlpn&ent. 



Total cost of 
road and equip' 

mentupto 
June 80, 18B8. 

Purchase of constructed road $2,787,641 V 

* Equipment. 

Locomotives $544,501 78 

Passenger cars 60,670 00 

Mail, baggage and express cars 8S,875 00 

Freight and other cars 1,479,868 S8 

Total cost of equipment $2,117,886 11 

Grand total cost of road and equipment $4,844,688 46 

Income Account for Tear Endinif June 80, 1803. 



Gross earnings from operation 

Lees operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from other sources^ as follows^ viz, : 

Interest $10 . 017 14 

Rent of tenements 2,927 82 

Railway leases 147,866 48 

Rolling stock 111,198 87 

Ticket account surplus 24 OO 



Gross income from all sources 

Deductions from tncome, aafollowa, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 

Taxes on property used in operation of road and all other taxes. . . 



$7,100 00 
11,148 23 



$777,986 61 
470,067 06 

$807,899 66 



271,41816 
$579,817 81 



18,948 88 



Net income from all sources 

Payments from net income, as follows, viz. : 
Dividends declared, 8>4 per cent on $500,000 preferred stock. 
Dividends declared, 6 per cent on $4,500,000 common stock. . 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 



$661,074 S 



41,250 00 
270,000 00 



811,960 00 



$249,894 99 



* Used in connection with the operating the Pine Creek, and Syracuse, Genera and Oornliig 
RaUways — 238^ mUes. 



Fall Brook. 



237 



AnalysU of OroM E^mliigs and Operating Expenses. 

EARNrNOS. 





PasBenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freight, throuffh $664,4S6 81 


$78,808 60 
6,188 68 
8,986 07 

l,rOOJ56 


$689,818 67 




Mfflkt. localT! 84.767 86 






$689,818 97 

78,808 60 
6,188 68 
8,985 07 


FMWDgera, through $16,187 69 

Pltngeiu, local 68,074 91 


Xafl 




Izpn« 




JfiseeUaneoiM, a» foUoioa^ viz.: 

btrabaggage $897 68 

UniooNewsOo 106 88 

Woighing machlnee 64 68 




1,000 66 
1,688 89 


SwttcfalDg 


l,6-.'8 80 








Total groei eamlngB 


$87,861 76 


$600,784 86 


$777,986 61 







OPEIUTINa EXPBMBBS. 



MainUnanee of way and struetwre* : 

Bspaire of track 

Bleel rsUs and faatenlngs 808.087 tons laid; cost, 

•9,647.96 

BspalTB oc roadbed 

lispsirs or bridges (inclading culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Bepaln of stations and shops 

Bmirs of fences 

Olbar expenses for maintenance of way and 

ttructures 



T6tal. 



MoMMteHonee of equipment : 

Itofwirs of locomotiYifS 

Eepain of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools . 



iy>tal. 



Oo/nducting transportation : 

Wages of conduct' >n and men 

Wages of ei'ginvers and firemen 

Ftael for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply. 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wagea of atation agents and clerks 

Wagea for labor at stations 

Btation supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . , 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 



Total. 



General €Jepen$e9 : 
Salaries of general officers and clerks 
Qeneral nfflce expenses and supplii's, 
BtaHooery <uid printing , 



Um and damage of freight and baggage, 

Daoiage to cattle and property 

Is^ttiies to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

XDeage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
aaee) 



Ttrtal 

Onad. total operating expenses. 



$6,110 78 

1,896 08 
8,184 68 

1,800 70 
808 84 
497 87 

• 1,000 98 

$18,488 68 



$58,190 51 

18,188 98 
87,179 17 

8,605 80 
8,696 78 
8,688 10 

8,078 61 



$100,608 84 



$8,069 15 

2,886 11 

108 89 



$6,096 66 



$•25,817 60 
7,390 06 
1,409 ;8 



$84,677 89 



$6,796 49 I 

5,449 97 

4,683 86 I 

477 80 ' 

806 00 I 

116 65 I 

8,876 54 , 



858 48 I 
1,880 60 
110 00 I 



$48,489 57 

47,758 09 

47,141 04 

8,081 88 

8,470 85 

799 68 

15,850 80 

8,691 18 

1,879 01 

18,647 16 

801 76 



$81,891 59 $188,463 16 



$4,799 19 

885 68 

1,«)1 47 

150 00 




$47,188 89 



$89,686 47 i 

8,660 14 I 

8,878 61 

868 07 

70 67 

40 00 

841 18 

5,854 48 

58,884 18 ' 

96 16 



$96,854 87 



$42^,898 16 



$58,801 89 

13,489 01 
80,808 80 

9,796 60 
8,900 96 
4,180 87 

8,074 64 



$181,986 47 



$87,916 66 

10,166 17 

1,608 18 



$89,678 94 



$49,886 06 

68,806 06 

51,8:24 80 

8,609 08 

8,678 86 

916 08 

18,786 80 

8,691 18 

1,691 49 

18,867 65 

414 76 



$808,758 75 



$84,826 66 

4,446 76 

4,476 08 

1,018 07 

70 67 

65 00 

488 88 

6,678 75 

53,116 69 
109 88 



$104,788 80 



$470,087 06 



288 Report of ths Hailboad Commissioners. 

General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1808. 



Ctortofroad $2,7S7,5«» 

Ooit of road and equipment 2417,29611 

Current ai»ets, as follows^ viz.: 

Gash on hand 189,8«» 

BillB receivable 710,000 <I0 

Due by agents 18 , 181 4 

Open accounts 81 1 , ISQ M 

Materials and supplies 106,976 81 

Sundries 61.08017 



$6,948,074 01 



LiABiums. 

Oapital stock $6,000,000 00 

Funded debt 710,000 00 

Oyvrrtnt liahiliUe*^ <u foUowSt viM. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 7,100 00 

Audited Youchers and pay rolls 5,407 00 

Open accounts 100,088 17 

Loans and bills payable 110,000 00 

Profit and loss (Surplus) 9f8,8M 81 



88,948,074 81 



Traffic and Mlleair« Statistics. 



ITBU. 


Through. 


Local. 


TVltBl. 


Number of pawengit^rs carried ^ r ^ ..,..,.. . 


89,494 

642,997 

8,006,687 

108,827,646 


216,870 
8,880,649 

187,608 
8,860,406 


987,804 


Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried 


9,979,040 
. 8,884,040 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile .... 


107,678,141 



Passenger train mileage 190,099 

IVeight train mileage , 880,791 

All other train mUeage 190,987 

Total train mileage 080,70 



Item. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit 


Passenger earnings and expenses (Including 

mall, express and miscellaneous earnings) . . . 

Average per passenger carried 


$87,261 76 

86681 
02984 
72695 

690,784 P6 

21088 

00641 

1 77888 


$47,188 80 

19688 
01587 
80316 

422,808 16 

12877 

00802 

1 C8618 


♦"'"^Ss. 


Ayeracre Der passenirer ner mile 


01917 


Fk«ifl[ht earnings and expenses (including mis- 
cellaneous earnings) 


88879 

387,886 70 

06166 


Average per ton of freight carried 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


00948 


Average per freight tram per mile 


687B 







Fall Bboox. 

Tnfllo and MUeAiT* StativUM— (Oonttouttd). 



Itsm. 

Oomputad on eamiDn from oarrjliig pagoengerg and 
freight only. 




Through 
and local. 



▲▼erage rate reoelTed per mile for carrying panen- 
, all * 



▲veraffe rate reoeiyed per mile per ton for carrying 



.all 



Cents. i Cents. 
2.706 2.fiM 

.64« .64 



Desorlption of Boad and Eqalpmient. 





MILKS OWNED. 


Track. 


Length In 
N.Y.Stote. 


Entire length. 


Maiii line from Coming. N. T , to Antrim, Pa, single track 

BraiMdifla or other roads, laid sinrle track 


16 


63 
40.6 








Total ffhigli^ track 


16 


98.5 






94tpgf and tomonts on main line 


22.80 


88.08 


Hdfaigt ^nd turnouts on branchfw or other roads. ............... 


10.68 








Total sldhigiiaDd turnouts 


22.80 


40.80 






Qniid total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 


87.80 


142.80 






Titld with steel i^n, main MT»e 


16 


68 


Laid with steel raiL hranches or other roads 


86.70 


Laid wtthta^ rail, branches or other roads 




4.80 









WeMitof rails per yard — steeU maximum, 76 lbs., minimum, 60 lbs., iron, 60 lbs.; gauge of 
tnekl feet finches. Ballasted with gravel. 





Details or Branches or Othkr Roads. 








HiMx OF Bbamch or 
Boad. 


From 


To 


1 


J 




1 


OowaaesQue Branch .... 
lUl Brook Branch 


Lawrenceville, Pa. 
Bloesburg, Pa 


Mills, Pa 

Fail Brook, Pa 


88.80 
7.20 




88 80 
2.40 


' '4.86 





in NKW YORK STATE. 


ENTIRE LINE. 


Bridobs. 


Number. 


^W 


Number. 


^f^-r 


hoa bridges 


19 


480 


66 
6 


Feet. 
2,eM 


wooSisSii*::..::;;;:::::;:::;;::;;^ 


7% 


Total 


19 


480 


72 


8,«M 







242 



KbPOBT of THB RaILBOAO C0MMI88IONEB8. 



• 






PUHDBD DkBT. 












1 


XlfTKREST. 






,£!& 


Desiokatiox 

or LIBN. 










Amount 


Amount 


Date. 








author- 


out- 


onamonC 




g 


. 


When 


iced. 


standing. 


ontstaad- 






g 


1 


payable. 






to«. 




April 1, 1874 


20 


P.C. 


AprU A Oct. 


iSOO.OOD 


tw.'ilOO 


^X.* 




Oct. 1,1877 


20 


6 


April & Oct. 


500,000 


:»i\!<X) 






Oct. 1. 1879 


20 


S 


April & Oct. 


500.000 


'-p , <D 




Oct. 1, 1880 


20 


5 


April & Oct. 


600,000 


^* m 






Oct. 1. 1881 


20 


5 


April & Oct. 


500,000 


.■-'i,"ioo 


50O,ll» 




April 1, 1882 


20 


5 


April ft Oct. 


500,000 


■^".'O) 


^M 


f 


April 1, 1883 
Mar. 1. 1884 


20 


5 


April ft Oct. 


500.000 
500.000 


'-•M-OO 


mm 




20 


4 


Mar. ft Sept. 


"Mijrt) 


SW.OPO 


FitchburgR.R.b(U.... 


June 1, 1885 


20 


4 


June ft Dec. 


500.000 


>iijW 


HXiM 




Feb. 1, 1887 


50 


♦8^ 


Feb, ft Aug. 
April ft 0^. 
Mar. ft Sept. 


5,000.000 


.Vi'iijujj 


S.uoo.rtfl 




April 1, 1887 


20 


4^ 


1.500,000 


l.-^'LitW 


i,5tti,a» 




Sept. 1, 1887 


10 


4^ 


8.000,000 


■J..'-..jifD 


^'&»m 




May 1.1888 


20 


5 


May ft Nov. 


2,000,000 


n.^.iijiOO 


zmm 




Mar. 1,1889 


10 


5 


Mar. ft Sept. 


750,000 


r-ijujo 


'm.m 




Junel, 1890 


10 


S 


June ft Deo. 


500.000 


.viij-jOO 


Bmm 




June 1, 1890 


90 


4 


June ft Dec. 


500,000 


%n,,i:m 


soam 




Mar. 1. 189:^ 


10 


4 


Sept. ft Mar. 


1.791,000 


:. 1.1)00 




Cheshire Railroad bds.. 


July 1,1876 
July 1,1878 


20 
20 


6 
6 


Jan. ft July 
Jan. ft July 




.^--..iTOD 


w.m 


Cheahlre Railroad bds . 




^S 


Trqj & Boston Ist mort. 
B. B. ft Q. R. R. Ist mort 


July 1,1874 
April 1, 1878 


50 
20 


7 
7 


Jan. ft July 
Oct. ft April 




+t,!yio 


ynjn 






B.B.AO. R. R.l«tmort. 


April 1. 1873 


20 


5 


Oct. ft April 
Jan. ft July 




^'- mQ 


s on 


B.B.&O. R.R.2dmon. 


July 1, 1875 


20 


3 


;.;.. 





W.7DD 


B. B.ftO.R. R. Sdmort. 


July 1.1875 


20 


6 


Jan. ft July 
Mar. ft Sept. 







37. WD 


B.,H.T.AW. Ry debn.. 
H. T. Dock and Elevator 


Sept. 1, 1883 


80 


5 


2.000,000 





l.%j,tJ0O 
















mortgage note 


AprU 5, 1887 
July 1, Iffn 


7 
20 


J^ 


Oct. ft April 
July ft Jan. 




500,000 
48.0U0 


900.000 


Monad noick R. R. mort. 




^lon 








Total 










$21,541,000 


taO.499,000 


tao.40o.» 













Cost of Road and Eqalpment. 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during rear 
ending June 
80.1898. 



Total cost 

of road and 

equipment 

up to June 

80,1808. 



Grading, masonry and ballast . . 

Bridges 

Superstructure (including ties) . 
Land.. 



$85,500 84 



Passenger and freight stations. 

Sngine and car-houses 

Shops, machinery and tools , 

Fuel and water stations , 

Engineering expenses , 

Hoosac tunnel aock and elevator , 

Cheshire consolidation , 

Purchase of constructed road and consolidations. 

Worcester division improyements 

Tunnel division improvements 

Western division improvements 

Somerville division improvements , 

Roberts division Improvements 

Prison land improvements 

Warren bridge alterations , 

New freight yard and sidings 

Hoosac tunnel dock and elevator improvement . . . 
OUier improvements 



18,7« 48 

81,4«8 66 

8,890 17 

16,987 28 



800 00 
t707,780 00 



123,044 82 



9885,168 18 

618,719 86 

1,<;8,845 01 

1,611,06107 

867,876 86 

806,880 ir 

460,17144 

14,00186 

60,000 00 

8,081,744 40 

8,0B9,4» 16 

M,990,886 80 

188,»7 88 

279,747 19 

419.121 00 

865,25180 

88,010 80 

14,851 88 

7,688 14 

290,672 18 

276,207 48 

194,066 M 



Total cost of road. 



$944,982 81 



$88,555,784 70 



E^mPHmnr. 
Locomotives 




$1 .088.880 40 


PassOPger. mAll. hafrfraim and f.x pi'eHS cars, .,,,,..,.. ^ r 




649!496 64 


IVeifrht and other cars 




2,258 604 48 








Total cost of eauloment. 




$8,946,940 47 








Qrand total cost of road and eoxiipment. 


$944,968 81 


$42,508,725 IT 







* Matured April 1. 1898, and not presented for payinent. 

4Tbree per cent for flrat 5 years: S^per cent for second 5 years: 4 per cent for remaining 40 yean. 

t B.. H. T. ft W. Ry. and T., a ft N. R. consolidation, $442,400 ; Monadnock Railroad oonsolldatloB, 

$266,860. 



FlTOHBUBG. 



248 



DRAIL8 OF AODinOira OR BsrnEBMBMTS DUBWO THB YXAB. 

Oontolidation of constructed roada : 

R,H.T.&W.Ry $442,400 00 

Kooadnock road 966,860 00 

Cheahireroad 

Baal estate 

Kev aide tracks and oroaaoyers 

Htm water atatlona ; 

Savfral^taUtioD 

fievr coat treatle and abeda . _ 

Saparatioaof erade 82,000 00 

Saw ahop macninery 16,267 22 

Watertown branch, second track 65.619 88 

Bullae housea and turn tables 8,800 17 

SSTbridges 86,600 84 



9707,760 00 

800 00 

18,722 46 

85,616 40 

8,688 68 

6,769 46 

24,699 19 



Total. 



$944,962 81 



Income Account for Tear £ndln|ir June 80, 1893, 



Qroaa earnings from operation 

Leaa operating expenses (excluding all taxes) . 

Net earnings from operation 

bkeomepwn other »owrce»t cu/oUowe, vto. ; 
Bent of roads. 



$7,600 00 



Bantof property 51,460 66 

WluuTes,eleTaior and docks 149,^ 



766 26 

80,168 28 



Gross inoome from all sources 

Deihiction* from ineomey aa /oOotm, viz.: 

htaceet on funded debt due and accrued $958,268 79 

Baacals : 264,146 07 

Tana on property used In operation of road and on earnings and 

I £ook r. T 226,782 94 

b on unfunded debt 21,688 91 



Ret Income from all sources 

Faifments from net income, as foUowe, viz. : 
Mridends declared, 4 per cent on preferred stock 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1886, credited to improvement fund . 

Dbtailbd Statkmb2<t of Bmntaia. 

Teraiont and Massacbuaetts Railroad Company: 

Orgaaixatlon expense 

Vif^ per cent on $1,000,000 bonds 

Blxper cent on $8,198,000 stock 

Trof and Bennington Railway 

BrojkUne brancb 



$8,000 
60,000 
191,680 



Total amount of rentals deducted from income. 



$7,418,409 69 
6,649,689 01 

$1,875,720 68 



268,888 10 
$2,164,606 68 



1,464,828 81 
"'$699,786 87 

668,188 6$ 
" $81,668 77 



$244,680 00 

16,400 00 

4,166 07 

'$264,146 07 



Analjrsis of Grots Earnings and Operating Expenses. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


IMstit. through S8.606.880 78 




$4,847,616 68 




Mghtk locajTr. 1,241,784 90 






$4,847,616 68 


faaaeagers, throngb $471,154 34 

Plaaaenaers. local 1.788.427 68 


$2,i204,5fl 97 
65,291 52 
171,666 47 
41,156 10 




2,204,681 or 
65,291 62 


lafl 




Bipraas :.:....;..:.. ....:. 




171,666 47 


MlKdlaneoiui .... 


88,107 85 


129,268 96 






Total groas earnings 


13,482,686 06 


$4,986,728 68 


$7,418,409 60 



244 



BSPOBT OF THB RaILBOAD COMMISSIONERS. 



Analysis of Gross Eamlnnfs and Operatlnnf Expenses — (Oobtinued). 

OPBIU.TING EXPKNSXS. 





Paasenger. 


Freight. 


Totd. 


W Maintenance of way and atructures : 

Repairs of track ) 

Steel raUs laid 6.202 tons, cost $84,007.58 V 

Iron raUs laid 25^ tons, cost $109.50 j 

Repairs of bridges (lodudiiig culverta and cattle 
guards) 


$868,602 66 

28.506 71 

48,102 96 

6,809 86 

17,796 41 


$402,898 17 

85,166 76 

66,666 88 

9,145 58 

27,809 89 


$870,900 a 

5^67147 


Repairs of stations, ^ops, docks, etc 


118,969 a 


Repairs of ftinces .'..../.. i , 


15,455 » 


Other expenses for maintenance of way and 
Btnictures 


45,605 60 






Total 


$864,218 59 


$540,875 18 


$904,593 77 







Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. . 

Total 

Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wasee for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 

Total 

Chneral expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

MUeago of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
ance) 

Other general expenses 

Total 

Grand total operating expenses 



$119,171 89 
96,641 46 
14,256 60 
10,705 44 


$178,088 04 

886,689 18 

21,600 12 

19,066 68 


$297,909 48 
488,180 OS 
85,796 7S 
29.772 07 


$240,774 88 


$555,143 97 


$795,918 86 



$142,916 48 


$319,506 96 


$462,483 41 


211,462 45 


895,425 21 


G06,H87G6 


277,848 64 


470.875 89 


748.219 5S 


11,428 48 


18,941 94 


80,865 37 


18,19« 31 


19,452 72 


88,647 08 


49,177 82 


87,8I«95 


87,010 77 


60,985 11 


227,228 61 


888,158 88 


21,710 82 


184,722 20 


156,488 48 


22,619 89 


12,876 28 


85 405 61 


57,744 88 


251,708 25 


309.448 06 


tl9 49 


108,426 16 


104,044 66 


$869,147 12 


$1,902,016 84 


$8,861,163 46 



$66,216 88 

7,82i 93 

16,713 07 

24,198 44 

7,695 16 

416 89 

6,886 70 

158,827 80 

83,884 58 

29,330 12 
18,061 05 



$854,001 18 



$1,828,141 71 



$116,665 69 
11,808 74 
80.170 68 
4 618 06 
11,606 92 
17 971 08 
11,34' 88 
52,869 21 
60,532 65 

836,8<^ 81 
83,676 97 



$627,011 81 



$3,714,547 SO 



$171,880 97 
19,6^ 67 
46,888 65 
88.716 « 
10,801 08 
18,388 87 
17.68158 
806.196 51 
84,417 88 

866,13 88 
101,788 08 



$961.018 98 



$5,548,689 01 



1,555,784 70 
1,946,940 47 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road ^__,. 

Cost of equipmenf 8,1 

Other permanent investments^ as follows, viz,: 
Other investments 1 ,601 ,888 96 

Current assets^ asfollowSy viz^: 

Cash on hand $483,658 72 

Bills receivable 154,965 00 

Due by agencs 325,188 68 

Open accounts 2,224,9u9 80 

Materials and suppUes 894,832 31 

4,088,849 80 



$48,137,408 58 



FiTGHBUKG. 245 

LlABIUTIM. 

CkDttAlitock $94,000 000 00 

rSadeddebt 80,409,600 OO 

Current liabilities^ atfoUowt^ viz.: 

iBterett on funded debt due and accrued $<07 , 456 60 

niTtdeods unpaid 317,718 ao 

Audited voucben and pay-rolls 841,919 79 

OpenuoonnU 662,688 90 

Lous ud bills payable 1,695,000 00 

Aocrard taxes not due 148,980 68 

Aecrued rentals not due 64,686 67 

8,888,899 5» 

ImproTement fund 86,411 88 

Profit SBd loss (surplus) 278.197 11 

948,187,408 68 



Trafflo and Mileagre Statistics. 



Itkm. 



Through. 



Local. 



Total. 



Imnber of passengers carried 

Knmber of passenv ers carried one mile .... 

Momber of tons of freight • arried 

Romber of tons of freight carried one mile. 



488,889 

86,006,856 

8,814.382 

471,218,405 



7,886,798 
02,908,819 

1,067,948 
68,818,966 



7,770,688 
117,908,668 

4,878,880 
886,087,860 



Fusenger train mileage . 
Freight train mileage.... 
AH other train mileage. . . 

Total train mileage . . 



2,432,105 
8,686,900 
1,106,766 



7,217,761 



Item. 

„.. earnings and expenses (including 
nnui, eixpreas and miscellaneous earnings) . 

Average per passenger carried 

Av«rsge per passenger per mile 

Arersge per passenger train per mile 

FMflit earnings and expenses (including mis- 
eeOaneous earnings) 

ATHsge per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile , 

Average per freight train per mile 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Profit. 



$8,488,686 06 
8105 
0210 
1 0203 

4,986,728 63 
1 013 
0094 
1 870 



$1,828,141 71 
2862 
0166 
7516 

8,714,547 80 
7688 
0070 
1 0855 



$664,544 85 
0848 
0065 
8091 

1,881,176 28 
2506 
0088 
8404 



Item. 
sengers and freight only. 


Through. 


Local. 


Through 
andlocaL 


pissengera. all classes 


Cents. 
1.89 
.77 


Cents. 
1.87 
8.47 


Cents. 
1 87 


Avwage rate received per mile per ton for 
csrnrine freight, all dassea 


04 







S46 



Sbpobt of the Railroad Cokmissionbbs. 

Desoription of Roftd »nd Bquipmeut. 





MIUBS OWNED. 


VtlLSa LEASED. 


TOTAL MILB. 


■Br^ok. 


•as 


1^ 




j 


-5 

2W 
3^- 


i 


frfnglfl" track . r . r r .... 


89.47 

'ma 


106.68 

68.62 
128.28 


"iioi 


66.00 


80.« 

'ioM 


ftl.68 


Bellows FaUs, 8lDgl« track 


68.6i 
145.0r 


ToW ^ngh t»w^k 


114.09 


872.48 


6.04 


77.84 


120.08 


480.11 






86coDd track on main line 


4.61 


08.61 
4.84 




66.00 


4.61 


154.GI 


Second track on branches or other roads ..... 


4.M 


Total second track 


4.51 


108.86 




66.00 


4.61 


168.8B 






Tbl^'d track on main line. •..........>..•...... 




1.66 








1.0B 









Btdlngs an<i tum<^ts on main line. ........... 


62.60 
4.48 


186.82 
88.27 


1.08 


86.82 
6.47 


6S.60 
5.46 


91.64 


Sldinn and turnouts on branches or other 


4B.74 


' 




Total sidings and turnouts 


67.02 


2M.60 


1.02 


40.79 


68.0i 


905.88 






Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . . . 


176.62 


701.68 


6.06 


174.68 


182.58 


06.81 


Laid with steel rall.^iain line 


98.08 
82.64 


840.42 
362.16 


"i'.w 


1.18 
62.68 


68.96 

88.60 


461.48 


Laid with steel rallj branches or other roads. . 


414.79 



Average life of rails— steel, 10 years; ayerage life of ties, 6 years; weight of rafls per yvd— 
steel, maximum, 76 lbs.; minimum, 60 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet Inches; ballasted with 
gravel. 

Details or Branches or Other Roads. 



Name or Branch or 
Road. 



Boston ioe track 

Watertown branch .... 

Marlboro branch 

Peterboro and Shirley br. 

Aflbbamham branch 

Tamer's Falls branch. . . . 



▼Ule 



itooa and Sohoyler- 
lleoranoh 



Bennington branch.. 
Mpnadnock branch.. , 
Worcester division. . , 
Brookllne branch.. . . , 



From 



Boston, Mass 

Cambridge, Mai».. 
South Acton« Mass 

Ayer, Mass 

Asbumham. Mass. 
Turner's Falls Jet., 



MechanicvlUe 

Hoofiic Junction... 
Wlnohendon, Mass 
Winchendon, Mass 
Squannaoook Jet.. 



To 



Waltham, Mass. 
Marlboro. Mass. . . . 
Green viIle,N.H.. 
Asb'nham J'n., *' 



Turner's Falls, Mass 

Saratoffa and Sohuy- 

lersvlile 

Wlilte Creek..... 
Peterboro, «. H. 
Worc«ater, Mass 
Brookllne, N. H. 






96.53 
S.Oi 



.68 
6.60 
12.43 
28.Q 
2.99 

2.80 



25.59 
5.04 
15.80 
S6.00 
14.00 



Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 



Owned. 
Leased. 
Owned. 
Owned. 



H 

II 



6.0 
12.48 

88.0 
8.9 

3J9 



8S.O 
S.(M 
15.0 
0.0 
14.0 





IN new YORK STATB. 


■MTIRX LIKS. 


Bridqbs. 


Number. 


^IX* 


Number. 


^ra" 


Iron bridges 


87 
4 

9 


Ftet. 
8,178 


168 
64 
90 


14.00 


Wooden Bridges , 


Wooden tresues '. 






Total 


60 


0,625 


242 


2?,8rt 





FiTOHBDBO 



247 



I>«Msriptlon of Bo»d and Equipment — (Continued). 



Equipmbkt. 



^i 

^a 



ft 



Xaooooiotiyes, 8 driyera 

Loeomotiyes, 6 driyers 

Looomotiyes, 4 driyers 

Total 

nnt«UMi panenffer cars 

Baggage, oaaQ and express cars 

Total 

Box trelff ht cars 

Stock freteht oars 

Goal freignt cars 

flat Crei^t cars 

CU>oose« 4-wheel cars 

Oaboose 8-wheel 

Serrioeoars 

Total 



28 
83 
104 



88 
88 
104 



215 



907 

48 



255 



7 1 214 

8 61 



10 , 265 



60,000 ; 
86,000 



3,910 
227 
649 
906 
9i 
8 
191 



6,988 



126 



196 



4086 
227 
649 
906 

98 

8 

191 



6,109 



94,000 
88,000 
80,000 
16,000 
19,000 
28,000 



214 
61 



966 



814 
61 



966 



676 
96 



17 



689 



601 
66 
86 

488 



1,181 



PasKnger and freight cars on road e< 
Peny, Cowell, DowUng, Safford, Drexel, C 
ose on line of road. 

MisceilaneouB Statistics 



od with Weetinghouse automatic brake. AliUer, 
& Spooner and Hall coupler. Split switches In 



ITBM. 


InN.Y.Stote. 


Entire line. 


TWegraph owned and operated by company, miles 

Total assMsed yalue of real estate and personal property of 
fionpany 


80.26 

$1,961,818 76 

6 
3 
8 
88 
10 
32 


180.78 


Lenc^ of steel rails laid during year in repairs, single track, 


67.96 


Baflroads crossing road at g^rade 


11 


Baflmads crnasing road oyffl* or under grade .................. 


9 


Highway 1 1 1 isiln^a at grade without protection 


966 


gihway crossing at grade protected'by gates or flagmen 

Hipliway crossings oyer or under grade 


101 
100 


Onrhead obstructions leas than tweuty feet aboye track 

= * — ■ ■ ^^- 


21 


66 



Paaseoger cars are heated by steam from looomotlyes, llfdited by center and side lamps, and 
THitHatea by deck, sash, globes and Creamer yentllators and transoms. 
The Ajnertcui Express Company and the Natioaai Bxpre^ Company operate oyer this road. 
Osrs of Pullman^ Palace Car Company and of the Wagner Palace Car Company nm oyer 

^ Malls are carried at certain rates per mile, based on weight as established by the post-offloe 

DxsoRipnoN or Frbigbt Moyxn. 



Itbm. 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


Fkwr 


203,749 
482,649 
199,566 
288,171 
486,814 
167,859 

44,977 
1,094,755 

58,517 

859,217 
818,855 
893,942 
893,770 


4.18 


Qrafai 


9.91 


H«ats and proylsions 


4.09 


Ute stock". 


4.68 


T'Smber 


8.97 


Pig and bar Iron and steel , 


8.48 


Iron or other ores 


0.92 


Goal and coke 


28.47 




1.10 


tiUpmenU of manufactured goods received bv raUroad, companies 
^ Wtthln this State from manufactories within this State, and all 
' <<lMr manufactures 


17.68 


AD othfT m«Th4M»d*fe , 


6.56 


AHfttlMr aicrlcultural Drodiirtji 


8.09 


All other articles not included above 


8.06 






TMal .„.„,*♦.*.... 


i,^:i^^ZiiQ 


lOO 







248 Kepobt of the Railkoad Commissionsbs. 

Number or Aocidbmtb. 



• 


Injured. 


KUtodL 


Total 


Pmwongcnt ,.,.... 


91 
148 
86 


10 
88 


101 


BmDloyes i ..,.,. 


171 


oSSiv ::.;";;;;;;::;;;;;;;:::;:::;;;;;;;;;::;;::::::::::;:::;;::: 


m 






TotjU 


M9 


72 


M 







EMPLOTn. 

Avei^age number of persons employed (including officials) during yecur 5t5B5 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $8,480, 474 01 



Name. 



oncers of the Company. 

Title, 



QfflcUd Addrem, 

HsiTRT 8. Marct President Boston, Mssi. 

Qeo. A. ToRBET General Counsel Boston, Mass. 

Daniel A. Qleabom Treasurer - Boston, Mass. 

John Adams General Superintendent Boston, Mass. 

W. D. EwiNG Assistant Gfeneral Superintendent Boston, Mass. 

H. F. Whitcomb Begistrar Boston, Hasi. 

C. S. Anthony General Auditor Boston, Msss. 

A 8. Cbkevsr Chief Engineer Fitchburg, Mm 

A. S. Crane General Freight Agent. Boston, Mass. 

J. R. Watson General Passenger Agent Boston, Hsss. 

Geo. J. Fisher Purchasing Agent Boston. Mass. 

John Medwat Superintendent Motive Pvwer Boston, f 

J. W. Uarden Superintendent Car Department Boston,] 

John F. Green Paymaster Boston, ] 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

Henrt 6. Marct Boston, Mass. 

Robert CoDMAN Boston, Mass. 

RoDNET Wallace FItchburg, Mass. 

Charles T. Crocker Fitchburg, Mass. 

John Quinct Adams Quincy, flaas. 

David P. Kimball Boston, Mass. 

Albert C Houghton North Adams, Mass. 

Frederick L. Ames Easton. Mass. 

George Hetwood Concord, Mass. 

Wm Seward Wbbb New York city, N. Y. 

Wm. H. Hollister New Yorlc city, N. Y, 

Francis SMrrn Rockland, Me. 

W M A . Rt7 ssell Lawrence, Mass. 

Gdward C Thater Keene, N. H. 



Title of company, Fitchburg Railroad Company. 

General offices at Boston, Mass, 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, September 27. 

For information concerning this report address C. S. Anthony, General Auditor. 



Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversvillb. 



U9 



FONDA, JOHNSTOWN AND GLOVEItSVILLE. 

(Date of charter, January 7, 1887.) 



For history of organization, etc, see Report of 1862. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cash r^Liz«d 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on aui4iijut 
outstanding 


Authorized by law or charter 


8.000 


$300,000 








iKoed for actual cash 


600 
2,600 


fiO,000 
250,000 


IfiO.OQO 


I«oed for the purpose of aiding the sale of 
ooostruction of road 










8,000 


$800,000 


$50^000 







Funded Dcbt. 





Date. 


1 


INTSRB8T. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
ing. 


= =-■= 

Cash 

reallsr^d 
on amount 
outer find- J 


DniONATION OP 

Ltet. 


1 


When 
payable. 


nrst mortgage 


July 1, 1870 
April 1, 1881 


80 
40 


6 


Jan. & July 
April & Oct. 


$800,000 
200,000 


$800,000 
200,000 


$£3^,900 
SOO.OOO 


Total 


$500,000 


$500,000 


$4S5,ft00 
















Cost of Boad and Eqaipmet . 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during Tear 
ending June 
80,1898. 



Total ^ofit 
of rood a£id 
equipQiPPt 
up to Juue 

HO, am. 



Gndfaig and masonry 

WfJ*** 

Sapentructure (faicluding ties) and rails 

Ufid 

Fences ..!!!!!!!!!!!!!....!.!'.!'. 

IWmtu ao d freight stations 

Bfiae and car houses, shops, machinery and tools. 

imnecring expenses 

firchsse of constructed road 

Megraph line 

mproTements 



$842 81 
12,590 87 



484 88 
7,600 00 



$109, &4S 15 
32»&45 70 

IHA^ 89 

10G.172 8S 
10 H 055 52 

104, 2CS 08 
28,7^7 67 
13,028 15 

191,^12 22 

'^1 04 

75,908 7* 



tal cost of road. 



$21,417 81 



XKt,,932 64 



Equtpmknt. 

Lx ootiTes 

fm Dger cars 

!*| ^^aggage and express cars 

ne ht aodother cars 



ilal cost of equipment 

On . total cost of road and equipment. 

32 



$8,050 00 
2,278 89 



$6,828 89 



$26,740 70 



$54,&2B 60 
88,3«I m 
8, HO 00 
IB, £97 42 



$114,165 99 



$970, U«« 63 



250 Report of the Railroad Commissioners. 

Details or Additions or Bettkrikkts During the Year. 

i^rcliase of mach'ne shops at Gloversville. $7,500 00 

Purchase of new steel rails W2 81 

Purchase of land, Johnstown and Gloversville 12.5W 87 

Construction new passenger station, Mavfleld 484 » 

girchase two small locomotives, second hand 8,060 00 

Purchase two small passenger cars, second hand 3,278 80 

Total " $«,740 70 

Income Account for Year Ending Juno 30, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation $278,196 96 

Less operating expenses (eccluding all taxes) 166,708 17 

Ket earnings from operation $106,488 81 

Income from other sources, as follows, viz.: 
Miscellaneous 1,888 21 

Gross income from all sources $108,817 08 

Deductions from income, as follows, viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $83,003 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road S',7S4 62 

Taxes on earnings and capita^ stock 2,119 17 

Interest on loans 8,52ft 45 

47,889 M 

Net income from all *>urces $60,917 78 

Payihents from net income, rr.s fi/lloirs, viz.: 
Dividends declare<l , five per cent on $:W0,0O0. common stock 15,000 00 

Surplus for year ending June 30, 1893 $45,947 78 

General Income Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 30. 1893 $45 947 7^ ' 

Surplus up to June 30, 1892 1^,«S 8« 

Total surplus June 30, 1898 $»4,8ll » 



Analysis of Gross Karnlng^s and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 



Passenger. 



Freight. 



Freight, local 

Passengers, local . 

Mail 

Express 



Miscellaneous, as follows, viz.: 

Telegraph 

Rents 



Total gross earnings. . 



$99,473 00 : 
2,109 64 I 
21,944 90 



463 55 
2,466 96 



$126,458 04 



$143,147 19 



566 57 
3,015 18 

"$146,728"94 



Opsratino Expenses. 



Maintenance of way and .ttructure^ : 

Repairs of roadbed and track 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



ToUl. 



$9,677 27 

140 77 

1,188 71 

303 06 

6,770 62 



$18,080 45 



$11,827 77 

172 06 

1,452 66 

870 48 

8,275 17 



$2J,098 27 



Total- 



$148,147 19 
90,478 00 
2 109 64 
91,944 90 



1,080 » 
5,4filS 



$973,186 96. 



$21,5 04 

8. !8I 

2,64 57 

6 ISO 



15,0 



i7« 
$40,r I 72 



Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville. 251 

\ 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating^ Expenses — (Continued). 



■ _■«■ A 



Maintenance of equipment : 

B^palre of looomotires 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment . 



Total. 



Past^enger. 



Condxicting transportation : 

Wages of coiductors and men 

Wsfces of enerineers and firemen 

Fuel forlocomotiveB 

Ofl and waste 

Water supply 

Other traiQ supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

StaiioD supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



Oeneral expenses : 

Salaries of general oflflcers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and ,>riDting 

heg-A expenses 

L<Ms and damage of freight and baggage 

Dsmage to cattle and property 

Injurit^ trt p-rs/ins 

Mueage of cars of other companies (debit 

baiaoc*') ^ 

Other general expenses 



Total 

Graod total operating expenses. 



Freight. 



Total 



$8,297 13 

4,717 90 

:9 65 

937 24 



$9,081 9i 



$3,792 95 

3,840 85 

97 25 

1,145 49 



$8,370 54 



$7,090 08 

8,058 75 

176 90 

2,082 73 



$17,408 46 



$8,677 07 


$4,491 18 


$8,171 25 


3,956 44 


4,906 26 


8,861 70 


5,470 60 


8,027 11 


13,497 71 


534 09 


652 76 


1,186 85 


141 89 


J73 40 


315 89 


185 91 


166 08 


301 99 


4 597 24 


5,618 84 


10,216 08 


1.551 91 


8.662 06 


10,218 97 


1,382 72 


1,628 86 


2,961 58 


601 40 


735 (18 


1,836 43 


5,300 88 


6,478 84 


11,779 72 


$27,299 15 

1 


$41,643 42 


$68,842 57 



$11,430 41 

4.54 37 

1 ,2H5 07 

1,826 06 

156 43 

89 90 



1,799 76 



$16,542 00 
"$70,953 62 



$13,970 50 
555 li2 
1,570 6;^ 
1,021 96 
191 16 
109 85 
400 (XI 

3,112 31 I 
2,199 69 



$23,731 42 ; 



$25,400 91 

1,009 69 

2,855 70 

2 948 Oii 

847 59 

199 75 

400 00 

3,112 31 
3,999 45 

$40,273 42 



$95,749 65 



$166,703 17 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

ASSBTS. 

Oostofroad $855 , 922 6 4 

Cost of equipment 1 14 , 105 99 

Other permanent investments^ as follows, viz.: 
Real estate 32 , 1 95 1 2 

Cwrrent assets, as follows, viz. : 

Oiahnnhand , $;55,114 00 

RiUs receivable 8 1 4 97 

Dne by agents 4,771 87 

Open accounts 12,057 08 

Materials and supplies 18,;i02 18 

BtoklDgfund 24,571 12 

Aficnied hiterest 10,500 00 



; ?j 



1 



101,131 22 



$1,108 414 97 



Llvbilities. 

tal rtock S300,000 00 

Jed debt 500,000 00 

Trent liiUrilities, as follows, viz. : 

nest on funded debt due and accrued $10,5<)0 00 

I accounts IH, 106 48 

• and blUs payable 4, Ht»i 2'; 

ries, wages and supplies 35,800 6:i 

^ ^^ »J8 603 37 

and loss (surplus) ^4^1 60 

$1,10:3,414 97 



S52 



EePOBT of the BaILBOAD COMMI8SIONEB8. 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. All locsl. 

Nuiubef of pasAeogers carried ^ 897,888 

Nuinbi*r of passengers carried one mile 8,968,9;« 

Number of ton"* of freight carried ]52,U6 

J/ujuli^r of tons o freight carried one mile l,8a,085 

Piwipenger train mileage 88,464 

Pre^ff ht trnin mi Cctge 19,894 

Ail r^th«r train mileage 12,512 

Total train mileage 70,800 



ITSM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Loea. 


Paafl^rij^r earnings and expenses (including 

QiAlL pjcpress and miscellaneous earnings) 

ATernifc^e p*'r passenger carried. 


$126,458 04 
819 
0887 
248 

146,728 94 
959 
080 
4 58 


970,958 52 
179 
0217 
1 88 

95,749 65 
626 
068 
296 


$56,504 58 

14 


A^erap^^e per passenger p«T mile 


017 


AT^rat:** per passenger train per mile ^ 

Friii^Hit earnmgs and expenses (including mls- 
eeJ 1 antN^ius earnlnire) .. 


109 

50,079 29 
884 


Aveni^ per ton of freight carried 


A^vtiTuziB i)er ton of freiflrht Of r mile 


087 


Av^ril^O pf»r freight train per nnile- ............. 


1 67 







Itkm. Through. 

Cocnputed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. Cents. 

Aferii^e rate receive-i per mile for carrying passengers, first-class .200 

Avef Hge rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes .80 

Description of Bead and Equipment. 

Miles o«iied-«U 
Track. in N. Y. State. 

Main line from Fonda to Northrille, single track 26.17 

Sldlngti and turnouts on main line 5.12 

Orand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 81.89 

La]d with steel rail, main line 20.80 

I^d w ith iron rail, mainline.... 5.87 

Weight of rails per yard— steel, maximum, 70 lbs., minimum, 56 lbs. ; iron, maximum, 86 Ibt.; 
gaugf) 0^ track, 4 feet 6^ inches; ballasted with gravel. 

Entire hne in 
BaiDOBS. N.Y. State. 

Iron bridges 441 

Wooden u-estles 618 

Total^ ?«* 



r 



E<)Uii>inNT. 



Lorr^mntives, 6 drivers 

Locomotives, 4 drivers 

Total 

Fimt class passenger car 

BajH^Frii!^^] mail and express car, 

Total , 

BoJt rreljrbt cars 

Fliit f flight cars 

Cab iiisflv 4 wheel cars 

Caboose, 8 wheel cars 

Total 



16 



25 



58 



$7,800 9S 
7,889 86 



$2,723 60 
1,590 00 



688 50 
680 00 
480 00 
609 18 



fa 

n 



* Janney coupler. 



t MiUer hook. 



16 



H 



dig 



10 
8 



Fonda, Johnstown and Glotkestillb. 



253 



Pusenger cars are equipped with new atr brake and Janney coupler. Split Bwitches In uae on 
road; some stub swltcnes In yard. 

MlsoeUaneons Statlgtics. 

Entire line in 
ITKM. N. T. Btate. 

Leofth of steel rails laid durlne year in repairs, miles 6 

Railroads croesinK road at grade 1 

Highway croesings at grade without protection 89 

Higbway crosHlDgs at grade protected by gates or flagmen 4 

Highway crossings over or under grade ^ 1 

PasKoger cars are heated by car heater, using hard cdal for fuel ; liglpted by lamp using 
keros<^i)e oil, and ventilated by ventilators in sides of car and in elevation in roof. 
Received from the United States government for transportation of mails |'«\ 109.64 per annum. 

Dbboription of Frbiobt Moved. 



Itkm. 



Flour 

Grain 

Msais and provisions ^ 

Ufe stock 

Lumber 

Pig and bar iron and steel 

Oosl and coke , 

Petroleum and other oils 

All other manufactures 

All other merchandise 

All otlier agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 

•nrtal 



Tonnai^e. 


Per cent. 


4,518 


2.96 


5,028 


3.29 


4,6*8 


S.06 


422 


.88 


14,845 


9.79 


781 


.82 


£4,879 


85.88 


8,082 


1.98 


83,272 


21.77 


21,479 


14.04 


1,766 


1.16 


8,231 


6.88 


162 926 


100 



Number OP Accidents. Injured. 

Xmployes 1 

Others not passengers 1 

Total 2 

Employes. 

Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year 144 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $96,968 03 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Titlt. 

Jas. Shanahan Preiddent 

Jas. p. Aroerbinoer Vice-President 

GsoHOE M. Place Secretary 

J. Lbdlic Hbbs. Treasurer 

R. T. McKbever Superintendent 



Official Address. 
Gloversville. N. Y. 
Gloversville, N. Y. 
Gloversville, N. Y. 
Gloversville, N. Y. 
Gloversville, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Jajiis Shawah^n Tribes Hill, N. Y. 

Jas. P. AROERfiiNOBR Johnstown, N. Y. 

JoHK G. Ferres Johnstown, N. Y. 

J. Lkdlie Hees Fonda. N. Y. 

Geo. F. Mills Fonda, N. Y. 

Thos. F. Kynb ^ Amsterdam, N. Y. 

IAS. I. YounGLOVE ^ Johnstown, N. Y. 

S»o. M. Place GloversvUIe, M. Y. 

^ W . JcDsoN Gloversville , N . Y . 

Jas. S. Burr , Glovers- Hie, N. Y. 

A. J. ZtMMKR Gloversville, N. Y. 

'^. H. 8HORTWELL Gloversville, N. Y. 

»• L«voB Gloversville. N. Y. 

ie of company, Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville Raihroad Co. 
neral oflElcee at Gloversville, N . Y . 
"eof dose of fiscal year. June 80. 

le of stocUiokiers' annual meeting, second Tuesday in January. 

' hiformation concerning this report, address R. T. McKeever, Superintendent. 



25^ 



Report of the Railroad Commissionebs. 



GENESEE VALLEY CANAL. 

Lessor. 

Lessee— Western New York a>'d Peknstl.vakia. 

(Date of charter. July 15, 1830.) 



For history of organLzatJon, etc., see Report of 1892. 

This road is leased to the Western New York and PennsylTania Railroad Company, and its 
operations are included in the report of that company. 



CAPiTi&L Stock. 





COlfMON. 


Oaahreoliied 
on amount 
outsiandtDg. 


Number 


Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued for actual 
cash and now outstanding 


11,140 


$1,140,000 


$1,140,000 







Number of stockholders. 



Officers of the Company. 

Xame. Title. Official Addrm. 

Samuel G. DeCoerset President Philadelphia, Pa. 

N. Thouron Vice President PhUadetphia, Fa. 

J. R Trimble Secretary Philadelphia, fa. 

F. 8. BuELL Treasurer Buffalo, N. T. 

John F. Rktnolds Auditor Buffalo, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Rendence. 

Samuel O. DxCoursey 104 South Fifth sti-eet, Philadelphia, Fft. 

N. Thouron 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia. Pa. 

G. K. Bartol 104 South Fifth street. PhUadelphia, Fa 

Charles M. Lea 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa 

William C. Bullitt 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa 

J. RuNDLB Smith 104 South Fifth street, i hiladelphia, Pa 

E. W. Clark, Jr 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa 

Edward L Owen New York city. 

JohnK Barolat 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

P P. Pratt Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank Rumset Buffalo, N. Y. 

Robert Bell Buffalo, N. Y. 

E. T. Johnson Buffalo. N. Y. 



Title of connpany, Genesee Valley Railroad Company. 

General oflflcee at 84 Exchange street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 30. 

For information concerning this report, address John F. Reynolds, Auditor. 



r 



Genesee Vi^LLEY Terminal. 



GENESEE VALLEY TERMINAL. 

Lessor. 

Lessee — Western New York akd Peknstlvakia. 

(Date of charter, August 14, 1882.) 



Tliis road is Ie«s<Hl to the Western New York and PennsylTania Railroad Company^ &i;dju 
openuioiis are included in the report of that company. 

Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cash real lj:4?d 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 

$500,000 


on amount 
outstancling. 


▲tthorized by law or charter, and now out- 
tituMlinr 


5,000 


S4T§,II70 







Number of stockholders . 



Funded Debt. 




nnt mortgage bonds. 



p.c. 
Nov., 1888 I 6 I 



Amount 

author- 
When ized. 
payable. 



$500,000 



Amount 
outntaud-^ 



$SO0«{iO0 



Xante. 



Officers of the Company. 

Titlif. 



Official Address. 

Samiel G DbCocrsbt . . President 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Fsl 

K. Thouron Vice-President 104 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joseph R Trimble Secretary 104 South Fifth street. Philadelphia* Pa. 

FaAifKLiN S. BcELL Treasurer 84 Exchange street. Buffalo, N. Y. 

John F. Retnolds Auditor ; 84 Exchange street, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 
yame. Residence. 

Samuel G. DeCocrsbt Philadelphia, Pji . 

K. Tbooron Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edward L. Owen New York city . 

Q. E. Bartol Philadelphia. Ph , 

W.C BrLLiTT Philadelphia. Pu. 

" W. Clark. Jr Philadelphia, Po. 

BN K- Barclay PhlladHphia, Pa. 

[ARLEs M. Lea Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bundle Smith Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. Pratt Buffalo. NY. 

L TaiMBLB Philadelphia, Pa . 

R. Trimble Philadelphia, r» , 

S. noRSET Philadelphia, Pii. 

T of comnany, Genes«« Vall#»y Termmal Railroad Company. 

ral oflaces at 84 Exchange street. Buffalo, N . Y . 

^ of dose of flkcaJ year. June 80 

t of stockholders' annual meeting. December 14. 

F iformation concerniug this report, address John F. Reynolds, Auditor. 



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256 



Report of the Railroad Commissioners. 




OLENDALE AND EAST BIVEB. 

Lessor. 

Lessee—New Tore and Manhattan Beach. 

Operated bt the Long Island. 

(Date of charter, filarch 26, 1874.) 



For htfltory of organization, etc. , see Report of 1893. 

CapJtal Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cashreatized 


^ 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


A uth nrt/ed bv law or charter .... 


5,000 

vri 


$500,000 
97,100 




Issued CLQil now outstanding 


|T,4B9 







Number of stockholders. 



Cost of Road. 



Total cost of road up to June SO. 1893.. 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1803. 

Assets. 



Oost'of foad 

Oih^r liermanent investme7ii 8, as folio ws^ viz.: 
Diacount. 



OapLtat 'RtiTtck 

r Ourr*rnt liabilities, as follows, viz. : 
Open accounts 



Liabilities. 



Name. 



Offlcers of the Company. 

TitU. 



1 176,086 » 

|176,Q» » 
7,460 00 
" $184,096 » * 

$7,400 00 
176,626 » 



$184,086 80 



OJJUcial Address. 



Airyris CoRBiN President 192 Broadway, l^ew York city. 

H, W . Maxwell Vice-Pr- sident 192 Broadway, New York dty . 

Wm. tl. Wheeler Treasurer 192 Broadway, New York d^. 

D. t^. VooRHEES Secretary 192 Broadway, New York city. 



Name. 



Directors of the Company. 



Residence. 



AVfiTrN CoRBiN New Ynrk city. 

J. HooER Maxwell ,.... Brooklyn, N.Y. 

U. ( '. CoRBiN Spokane Falls. Wash. 

FMEDKftiOK W. Dunton HoUis, L. I., N. Y. 

J. D . Barton Boston, Masa. 

Hknhy Qraves Oranee, N.J. 

H. W. Maxwell Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Title of company. The Glendale and East River Railroad Company. 

Qen«]rAi offices at*192 Broadway, New York city. 

Date jjif clo!»e of fiscal year. June 80. 

Date of b)tockh'>lder8' annual meeting, first Wednesday of November. 

For information concerning this report, address D. S. Voorhees, Secretary. 



Glens Falls. 



257 



GLENS FALLS. 

OWNBD BT ReNSSKLAER AND SARATOGA. 

Opkratkd by Dklawarx and Hudson Canal Company. 
(Date of charter, July 20, 1867.) 



fbr Wstorj of org^anisation, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and'Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





common. 


Cash realized 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


Antborized by law or chart^er 


8,000 
966 


$200,000 
96,600 




breed for actual cash and now outstanding 


$96,600 



FuNDKD Debt. 



DmONATION OP 

Lkx. 


i'i 


|- 


1 

INTEREST. 

Amount 


Amount 

outstand- 

hig. 


Cash 
realized 


Date. ^ 

is 


1 author- 
When ized. 
payable. 


on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


\pc. 
•First mortgage 1869 , 85 7 


Jan. and July j $125,000 


$10,000 


$10,000 



Codt of Road. 

Onuiing, masonry and ballast 

Bridges : 

Superstructure (Including ties) 

Land damages , 

Psasenger and freight stations 

Engine and car housei^ 

EBgineering expeuEes 

Hoad built by contract. Fort Edward to Qlens Falls 

telegraph line , 



Total cost of road. 



Oott of road.. 



Total cost of road 
up to June 30, 1898. 

$77,903 48 

400 CO 

71,895 09 
18,809 97 
27,779 02 

2,811 24 

6,275 W 

260,000 00 
1,06696 



General Balance Sheet* June 30, 1803. 

Assets. 

Liabilities. 



456,431 85 



$456,431 86 



i AtMl stock 

1 ided debt 

urrent liabUitieSj {is follows, viz.: 

J ended by Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad Company 

1 ended by Delaware and Hudson CJanal Company for extension of road to 

ike George 



$96,600 00 
10,000 00 



143,400 00 

206,481 86 

$456,4.31 86 



♦ Guaranteed by Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad Company. 

33 



1 



268 



Repobt of the Railkoad Commissioners. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. 

GxoRQE H. Crambr President 

Joseph M. Warren. ^ Vice-President 

John H. Neher feecreiary 



Official Address, 
Troy, N. Y. 
Troy,N.Y. 
Troy, N.Y. 



Direotors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

Georob H. Cramer Troy, N.Y. 

Joseph M. Warren Troy, N. Y. 

Isaac V. Baker Comstocks, N. Y. 

CHAa. W. TiLLTNOHAST TToy, N. Y. 

Wm. H. Doughty Troy.N.Y. 

John Hobart Warren New York dty. 

C. E. DcDLET TiBBiTs Troy, N. Y. 

Geo. B. Warren Troy, N. Y. 

Jambs A Eddy Troy, N. Y. 

NoRHAN B SQUIRES Troy, N. Y. 

Edward C. Gale Troy, N. Y. 

La Grand C Cramer - Troy, N. Y. 

Chas. B. Russell Troy, N. Y. 

Title of company, Glens Falls Railroad Company. 

General offices at Troy. N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders'* annual meeting?, first Monday in Jime. 

For information concerning this report, address John H. Neher, Secretary. 



GLEN HAYEK. 

(Date of charter, January 81, 1888.) 



On the above date the reorganization of the Rochester and Glen Haven Railroad Oompany 
took effect by the purchasing of tbe road and equipment by the second mortgage bondholders* 
The road to be known hereafter as The Qlen Haven liailway Oompany. 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt, 

Capital Stock. 



Authorized by law or charter. 



Number of 
shares. 



1,000 



Total 
par value. 

$100,OQ 



Funded Debt. 



Designation of Lien. 



First mortgage. 







INTRREBT. 


Amount 
authorized. 




Date. 




When 
payable. 


Amount 
outstanding 


Mar. 1, 1889 


5-SO 


P.C. 


Mar. & Sept 


$80,000 


$60,0 




Glen Haven. 



25& 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 

ToUl cost of road and equipyient up to June 80, 1893 



Income Account for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 



Qnm earnings from operation 

Ltm operating expenses (excluding all taxes) . 



Loss from operation . 



bioome from other mmrcsMt aa foUotos, viz. : 
Bents 



QroM income from all sources . 



Dediietion$ from income^ atfoUows^ viz.: 

Intsrest on funded debt due and accrued $1 ,300 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road, and all other taxes, f 1 20 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1893. 



$167,909 7& 

$1,984 44 
t 8,276 00 

$86086 

1,160 88 
$79.9 77 

1,S21 20 



$421 23 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earninos. 



„__, all local.. 
HlioeUaneoQs 



Tcytal gross earnings.. 



Opxratimo Expxxsks. 

Maintenance of way and structures : 

BepsirsoftraclL and roadbed..... 

Sepairs of bridges Cincluding culverts and cattle guards) . . , 

BMsirs of stations, shops, doclcs, etc , 

OUier expenses for maintenance of way and structures. ... 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

i Repairs of locomotives 

Beptirs of cars 



Total 

Cwdveting transportation: 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

TOi for locomotives 

Ottandwaste 

Water iopply 

Wages of station agents and clerks. 
a»aon supplies 



Total. 



General expenses : 
S^ es of general officers and clerks. . 

Jw lery and printing 

J^ ie agencies and advertising 

TO 'one mainteu ance and operation . 



: ** total operating expenses , 



Passenger. 

$1,924 44 
1,160 88. 

$8,074 77 



$412 90 

69 00 

86 26 

40 



$618 65 



$81 93 
188 24 



$165 17 



$218 or 

828 8» 
206 24 
115 96 
49 
125 00 
38 80 



$1,026 95 



$200 00 
70 50 
198 23 
95 60 



$564 83 



$2,275 00 




Report of thb Bailboad Commissioners. 

General Balauoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 
<|D«t of road wad equipment 



Current ajt*«-ta» a$ foUovoSy viz. : 

Oub on tmtid 

Open aocoimtJ^. 



Profit and toos (deficiency) . 



$1,013 42 
1,060 00 



|167,M9 75 



2,073 43 
42143 

$170,494 00 



Capital flt^ook H 
Funded debt. . 



LlABIUTIKS. 



$100,000 00 
60,000 00 



^rreitf liabiliiies^ om follows^ viz. : 

Inlereflt nn funded debt due and accrued. . 

Open accouut« 

Uoaaa and blils payable 



$1,200 00 

814 28 

8,480 87 



10,494 60 



$170,491 60 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. 

ffumber of poenengers carried 

Number of pai^sengers carried one mile 



Paasenger train mileage. 



AU local 
21,759 
75,768 

41,506 



Item. 



Pacmenfa^r fflrnings and expenses (including 
mall, exfrrt^MH and miscellaneous earnings) .... 

Ai^ei*aK« pvT Tvi»-*enger carried 

Average ptjr passenger per mile 

AT^rage per piwsaenger train per mile 



Earnings. 



$1,024 44 
088 
025 
016 



Expenses. 



Loss. 



$2,275 00 
104 
03 
054 



Item. 
OODiputed on earnings from carrying passengers only. 
Areragt^ rate rf<ceived per mile for carrying passengers, all classes. 



FroiD Rncbem^ir w> GHen Haven, single track. . 
Sidini^aud tuf bouts on mainline 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Track. 



Qran d total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . 
Laid with steel rail, main line 



$.%0 56 
Oil 
005 
OOS 



Miles owned, all 

in N.Y. State. 

8.4« 

.876 



4.3S8 



8.483 



Wefght of rails per yard — steel, 56 lbs. Gauge of track 3 feet; ballasted with grarel. 



Bridges. 


STATE. 


Number. 


^^ 


Wooden brldKea 


6 


J 







89 



Glkn Haven. 261 

Desoription of Road and Bqnlpment — (Continued). 



E^nPHEKT. 


1 

1 


III 
If 


3t 




Locomotives, 6 drivers 


1 
2 


80.000 
46,800 


1 

8 


1 


LooomotiTM, 4 driven 


2 






Total 


8 




8 


8 







ltnt-dA« passenger cars 

Baggai^e, mail and express cars . 

Total 

TIat fireif^ht cars 



5 




5 


6 


1 




1 


1 


6 




6 


6 



Vtjmenger cars all equipped with Westlnghouie air brake and Miller coupler. 
' Pena Steel Oo. standard split switch in use on road. 

Mlsoellaneous Statistics. 

Entire line 
Item. in N. T. State. 

Talephone owned and operated by company, mflee 8.078 

Blfhway crossings at grade without protection 4 

Highway crossings over grade v 1 

Over-head obstructionB less than twenty feet above track 1 

PasMDger cars are lighted by oil lamps and ventilated by windoii^ in deck. 



EMPIiOTBS. 

iverage number of persons employed (including officials) during year. , 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



19 
$1,094 70 



Officers of tbe Company. 

il^ame. Title. OjfUnal Addretf. 

f. 8. MnvQES President Irondequoit, N. Y. 

8. P. Cbouch Vice-President Irondequoit, N. Y. 

K. W. Kaukeb Secretary and Attorney Irondequoit, N. Y. 

Jaxeb Palmeb, Jr Treasurer Irondequoit, N Y. 

B. W. Hcm-DfeTON Chief Engineer Irond^-quoit, N. Y. 

J. B. Ward Superintendent Irondequoit, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. ReMidenoe, 

P.8. MraeES Rochester, N. Y. 

8. P. Crouch RochePter, N. Y. 

W.Madbeb Rochester, N. Y. 

■IS Palmer, Jr Roche«ter, N. Y. 

HK D. LvxK Rochester, N. Y. 

COLAS Bratxb Rochenter, N Y. 

■Ji Rauber Rochester, N. Y. 

W HmrriKQTOK 5^^****^' S' I* 

SMAif Behn Rochester, N Y. 



1 of company, The Olen Haven Railroad Company. 

i nX offices at Irondequoit, Monroe county, N. Y. 

I of dose of fiscal y<>ar. January 81 . 

I of Btockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday in February. „ ^ _^ „ ^ 

I lonnation concerning this report, address James Palmer, Jr., Rochester, N. Y. 



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262 



Keport of the Railroad Commissioners. 



GOSHEN AND DECKEBTOWN. 

Lrssor. 

LsssBiE — New York, Lake Erie and Westerk. 

(Date of charter, February 22, 1867.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 



Authorized by law or charter 

Issued for actual cash and now outstanding. . . . 



Number 
of shares. 



86,000 
9,619 



Total par 
value. 



S8G0,00O 
96,190 



Cash realized 

on amount 

outstanding. 



$96,190 



Funded Debt. 



Designation of 
Lien. 


Date. 


1 


interest. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Cash 
realized 




When 
payable. 


on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


First mortgage bds 
Second rnori,. bonds. 


July 1, 1888 
Nov. 1, 1889 


40 
40 


P.C. 

6 


Jan. and July. 
May and Nov. 


$240,000 
60,000 


$1F6,500 
60,000 


$186,600 
60,000 


Total 


$300,000 


$246,500 


$246,500 













Cost of Road. 

Grading, masonry and ballast 

Bridges 

Rails 

Land damages 

Passenger and freight stations , 

Engine and car houses 

Interest and discount charged to construction , 

Road built by contract 



Total cost of road 
up to June SO. 1898. 

$115,340 00 

41 50 

117,079 63 

87.610 00 

7,887 50 

1,00000 

8,633 62 

50,089 25 



Total cost of road . 



$842,690 00 



Income Account for Year Ending: June 30, 1803. 



Oro*8 income from all sources, as follows^ viz,: 
Rental received from lessee 



Dedtu:tions from income, as follows, viz. 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued. . . 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 

Incidental expenses 



$14,790 00 

72 14 

206 00 



Net Income from all sources 

Payments from net income, a^ follows, viz.: 
Dividends declared, 5 per cent on $96,190 common stock . 

Deficit for year ending June 30, 1893 



$19,035 00 



15,067 14 



$8,967 86 
4,809 50 



$811 64 



r 






Goshen and Deokertown. 



263 



General Income Account. 



Deficit for jear ending June ao, 1898 
fiorplitf up to June 80, 1803 






$S41 64 






3,709 12 


Total nirplua June 30, 1808 








$1 .867 48 


Arrets. 






Genei 

Co*t of road 




$842,690' 00 


Cwh on hand 








1,867 48 






LlABU.inK8. 




9844,557 48 


Capital stock 




$96,190 00 


FuDdeddebt 








346,500 00 


Profit and loss (surpluit) 








1,867 48 




Ofll 


leers of the Company. 

Title. 

President 

Vice-} 'resident 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Botors of the Company. 




$344,557 48 


Name. 

G. W. Murray 

Robert Young 


0^1 

Gosl 

Klor 

GosJ 

Residi 
, . Gk>8hen, 


al Addreat. 
tien, N. Y. 
ida, N. Y. 


C. 8. Yorxo 




tien, N. Y. 

5 nee. 
N. Y 


Kame. 
G. W. Murray 


Din 


Levis WiLLCOX 






.. Goshen, 
.. Goshen, 
.. Goshen, 
.. Goshen. 
.. G'shen, 
.. Florida 


N. Y. 


Chauncbt Hulsb 






S. Y. 


CHARLK8 8. EdSALL 






N. Y. 


Oliver Tittt? n*».- r , . 






N. Y 


C. 8. YouNO 






N. Y. 


DrwiTT C. Jaynb 






N. Y 


Robert Youno 






.. Florida, 
.. Florida, 


V, Y. 


Geo. 8. Vail 






N. Y 


hriWART YouNO 






.. Florida, 
.. Florida, 


N. Y. 


Z. W, VAyDKROKF 






N V 


Dakiel Bailky 






.. Glen wood. N.J. 


N. R. Fraoles 






.. Pine Island. N*. Y. 



Title of company, Goshen and Deckertown Railw^^y Company. 

General ofiQces at Goshen, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 30. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting,^8econd Tuesdar In April. 

For information concerning this report, address C. 8. Young, Treasurer. 



OBAND VIEW BEACH. 

Operatxd bt Elkctrioal Power. 
(Date of charter, Jan. 30, 1889.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1893. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


Cash realized 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


ithorized by law or charter 


1,000 


$100,000 








•n*d for actual cash 


400 
600 


$40,000 
60.000 


$4C 000 


tied on account of construction 


69,000 


Total now outstanding ...................... 


1,000 


$100,000 


$100,000 







364 Report of the Railroad Commissioners. 

Funded Debt. 



DlBIONATlOH OP 


Rate. 


1 

A 

20 


IMTERKST. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 

$200,000 


Ca«h 
realized 


1 


VThen 
payable. 


on amount 

outetand- 

ing. 


Urat moftgoKB bds. . 


Mar. 1, 1891 


"S 


Mar. 1, Sept. 1 


$200,COO 


$200,000 



Coat of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



OndlnfTt tiia«onry and ballast 

SnperalirucUire (including ties) 

Balta. *....... .' 

Land 

Land dauiag«fl 

Fenct^s , r,, 

Eajrl^^^^inpf expenses 

iDtcrent dTid di^icount charged to conatniction . 
Road hulU hy contract, eqmpment included. . . . 

Telephonic ItD«j 

Legal 9X|k!Uries ...\ 

Buodry ev-ptuisea 



Total ootrt of road. , 



E4)UIPlfBNT. 

HotoriB, flxtures to motors not in contract. , 

Pafia^nger car* 

Pteij^ht cara 



Total cfi«t of equipment 

<^aad totAj oost of road and equipment. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
30,1898. 



$16 06 
200 



Total coat 
of roadaod 
equipment 
up to Jane 
30, 18BS. 



$88149 
no 76 

45 00 

750 00 
53,4«7 01 

749 88 

S,l«08 

8,588 10 

2»,000 00 

407 75 
5,240 00 
^,864 00 



$18 08 I 



$18 06 



$806,249 05 



$8 00 
18B55 
187 50 



^29 05 



$806,578 n 



DmiLS OF Additiokb or BrrTKaiiKNTB Durino thx Year. 



Oompletjp^ ballasting track. 
Ooi^atruoLLoD on buildings. . . 



Total 

Income Account for Year Ending Jone 30, 1893. 

GroBS mLPniagB from operation 

Leas op^^nitlDg expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Ket earntags from operations 

Income /rtmi other aources, cu follows, viz.: 

latensD on t>otid8 

Sondriefi 



$180 00 
760 



Orosa Income from all sources. . 



D^ditcUons from incomes aa follows, viz.: 

Inten^M e>rj funded debt due and accrued $12,000 00 

Taxes uu property used in operation of road and all other taxes ... 168 52 

Intereat other than above 768 26 



Defldt For year ending June SO, 1893 . 



General Income Account. 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1893 . 
I>etlcit up t 1 June 80, 1892 



Total tJi^Rclt, June 80, 1898 . 



$16 06 
200 



$18 06 



$12,49147 
8,60167 



$3,796 8» 



187 56 



$3,966 90 



$8,940 



$8,940 
6,42e 



$15,S6r ) 



Grand View Bbaoh. 



265 



Analjsto of OroM EMrnlngs and OirerRtlni^ Bzpeiues, 

EJuuiDias. 





FMenger. 


FKight 


Total 


nttabtftU local.. 




$106 88 


$108 88 


rMiuni,mi an 1f>i?a] .... . . .,,.,., 


tl8,888 16 


$18,888 16 






TpM groai wimliurs • . . . 


$14,888 16 


$106 88 


$18,401 <r 







OPBBATora Szpncn 
MahUenanee of way and gtruciur€9: 

Btuin of roadbed 

Other BTponawi for maintenance of way and gtmctures. 



Tdtal. 



Maintenane^ of equ^ifment : 
Bao^cf cars 

Total 



for maintenance of equipment. , 



OomdveUng trangp&rtation : 
lof oondoctort and men. . 



WMnof 
Mfd 



--Jforloeimotives.. 

Other ezpenaea for condoctfaig tranap<Mrtation . 



Total. 



O ta g r a l eaynaet : 

I ofgeneral offloen and cleiiEi. 



and aoppliea. , 
and printtavr, oatane asenoiea and adTertWng. 



Other ffBMral expenaea 

Total 

tend total operating ezpenaea 



$807 66 
88 86 



$486 41 



$14178 
876 80 



$417 68 



$8,874 74 
760 01 
888« 

710 04 



$4,888 71 



$1,016 66 
84 86 
486 16 

1,448 46 



$8,070 08 



$8,608 67 



General Balanee Sheet, June 80, 1808. 



Obit of road 

Ooetof eQnlpment. 



Oflkarpcrmaiienf invettmentt^ a»foUow$, via. 
ioBdi of our company 

Arrenl OMatit, a»foUow§t vU.: 



nofttaad loaa (defldency). 



$7,188 61 
86 60 



$806,840 66 
880 06 



8,000 00 



7,166 81 
16.869 40 

888,114 88 



Oi ^alatock. 
n Mdeht.. 

< rrmU Ha6flrtto>, a»foaaw9,vUi.: 



LiABiLinia. 



fal eat oa funded debt doe and aoomed. 

Of , aeooanta. «....•••••• 

le laifaneat fond 



$10,000 00 

186 00 

81,010 88 



$100,000 00 
800,000 00 



88,114 88 
$888,114 88 



34 



266 



RbFOBT of THB RaILBOAD OoMMIBeiONBBS. 



Trafllo and M UM^e StotisUos. 

Itbk. 



Kumber of paflMDgara carried 

Number of paaBengarB carried one mile . 
Total train mfleage, mixed 



AUlootf. 
41,III 



InM. 


Earnings. 


Bxpenses. 


Froftt 


FaMenger eamfnga and ezpenaet (indudJng 


006 
OlS 


18,099 07 
007 
0060 


$8.7«J^ 


Ayeraflre Der paflfmnflrfir Der mile, t ...# t ...... t •. . 


Olt 







Item, 
Oomputed onleamlngs from carrying paaaengerB only. 

Ayerage rate^receired per mile for canying pnopOTigerB, all daflses. . . . 

Desorlptlon of Boad and Equipment. 

Track. 

Main' line anthorixed, f romXAiarlotte to Maaltou, single track 

Sidlnga^and tumoutB on main line 

Grand total of ^tracks, sidings and tmnouts. 



AUIood. 
Opta. 

1.9 



Mil6Sowiied,aa 

inN.T.BIai& 

7.» 

M 

.. 7M 



Weight of rails per yard— steel, 40 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet ^ Inches; ballasted vlth 
slag, gravel and earth. 





Bbidgbs. 


nrriBB LDTB DC mew YOU 
STATB. 




Number. 


^S^ 


Woodfln bridflree. .....................-Tf-^.T • 


1 



16 


Wooden taresties - 


s,« 








TnfA.1 


10 


8,MD 








EqUIPMSMT. 


1 
1 




si 

I-' 




7 


7 


4.O0O 







Coal freight cars . 



6,000 



Cars on road are equipped with twist chain brake and Unk and pin coupler. 
Two Leary diamond switches, six Pennsylvania Steel Company tongue swttchea, ei^ flUot 
Frog and Switch Company spring switches. 

Mlsoellaneons Statistics. 

Ithc. 



Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles............... 

Cost of real estate now held by company, exclusive of that used In operation. . . . 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company 

Bailroads crossing road at grade ...*• 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 



N.Y.Stite. 

T.5 

$780 60 

tt,000 60 

4 



Passenger cars not heated, lighted by Incandescent electric lamps and ventilated by wtndoiri 
in the roof. 



Gband Yikw Bsa.oh. 



2«7 



Emplotks. 

AfcrifB number of persona employed (including offlcials) daring year. , 
longate amoimt of aalartes and wages paid them , 



96 
$4,840 80 



Oflloers of the Company. 



Official Address, 



Name. Title. 

H. H. Craio , President Bochester, N. Y. 

MicBAXL DoTLS Vtoe-PTesident, Secretary and Treamrer. . Rochester, N. T. 

William Gillbttb Superintendent Charlotte, N. Y. 

Direetors of the Company, 
Kcnme. Beeidence. 

EH. Crato Rochester, N. Y. 

MicwAKT.. DoTLB Rochester, N. Y. 

J. MiLLBB Kkllt Rochester, N. Y. 

J.D. Ltnk *. Rochester, N. Y. 

J.N. Bbgocut Rochester, N. Y. 

V. TiMCKMMVTEm Rochoster, N. Y. 

W.H. Cbbthbll Rochester, N. Y. 

nie of company. Grand View Beach Raiboad Company . 

Qcneral offices at Rochester, N. Y. 

Dite of dose of fiscal year, January 1. 

Dite of stockholders' annual meeting, first Mondav in February. 

For information concerning this report, address liichael Doyle, Secretary 



QENESEE AND WYOMINa VALLEY. 

(Date of charter, April 27, 1801.) 



Orsanixedlnnder the act of April 2, 1860, and the seyeral acts amending the same. 
Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 


Cash realised 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on amount 
outstanding. 


AnthcMizM) bv law or charter 


6,000 


9600,000 






' ""•' 


iMoed for actual cash 


860 
1,260 


$26,000 
125,000 


$2,600 
126,000 








Total now outstanding 


1,610 


$151,000 


$127,600 





FuNDiD Debt. 





Date. 


1 


UfTSKKflT. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


C!aah 
realised 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


DaiesATioN of 
Lisir. 


1 


When payable. 


nittmort. bonds.. 


May 1,1801 


80 


'.- 


June and Dec 


$600,000 


$126,000 


$126,000 



Cost of Boad and Bqolpment. 

ROAO. 



*BMd built and equipped by contract. . 



Total cost of road 

and equipment up 

to June 80, 189S. 

$260,000 00 



* $280,000 in stocks and bonds paid for construction and equipment. 



Report of the Railboad Commissiokebs. 



Inoome Account for Tear Ending June 30, 189S. 



Oron earnioga from operation 

Lmb operating expenses (excluding all taxes). 

Gross inoome from all sources 

Deduetions from income^ asfdttow^ vit.: 

Interest on funded debt, due and accrued 

TUes on property used In operation of road. . . 



$7,S00 00 
888 87 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1806. . 



$85,81716 
18,U4S7 



fis,ifiea 



7,7»« 



|4,«Ma 



Analysts of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses, 

Earninos. 



Freight 



TotaL 



Freight, local .... 
Passengers, local. 
Express 



$889 19 

66 94 



$85,061 OS 



Total gross earnings . 



)18 



$86,061 06 



$85,06108 
8e819 
06M 



$»,8ffl6 



Opsutino Bxpsnsrs. 
MainUnance of way and iirwciurea : 



Repairs of track , 

Steel rails laid, 80.86 tons; cost, $86 , 

Other exi>enses for maintenance of way and structures. . 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 



Total 

Conducting tranapoTtatton: 

Wages of conductors and men , 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

FuM for locomottTes 

Wages of station agents and clerks. 
Wages for labor at stations .......... 

Sta^on supplies , 



Total 

Oeneral expenses: 
Salaries of general officers and clerks. , 
General office expenses and supplies. . . 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising , 

Other general expenses , 



Total 

Grand total operating expenses. 



$8,48816 
•0 86 
410 60 



$8,me4 



$788 TS 
888 78 



$866 68 



$8,046 75 

8,400 06 

1,480 65 

887 44 

480 60 

807 68 



$6,800 87 



$000 60 
170 85 
76 60 
80 00 
80618 



Sl*884 60 



$16,164 87 



Oeneral Balance Sheet, June 80, 1893, 

A88BTS. 

Cost of road and equipment $890,0 

Cwrrent aseets^ aefoUowet vist,: 

Cash on band..., 
Bills receivable., 
Open accounts.. 

7,818 00 

$887,818 60 



$6,486 81 
1,880 88 
1,088 06 



Gbnesee and Wyoming Valley. 



LLiBILITIBS. 



C^Miditock. 



OiiiT0ia UaMities, €u foUotos, vix. : 

Aadltod Tondien and pAj-roUs 

Open aooouncs. 

LotofsadbiUfl payable 

Profit and lofli (sorplus) 



1676 00 
108 88 
25 10 



f 197,600 00 
185,000 00 



806 88 
4,404 88 

$887,818 60 



Traffic and Mtleai^e Statistics. 



Item. 



Smnbesof pawwngera carried. 

Kiunber of paasensen carried one mile 

Kninlwr of ions or freight carried 

Kmnber of tons of freight carried one mile. 
Vocal train mileage, m&ed 



AJllocaL 

8,646 

7,688 

184,100 

408,800 

18,106 



Itbm. 
Oompnted on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

lv«nge rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

Awvge rate recaiyed per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. . 



All local. 
Cents. 
8 
6.88 



Deserlptlon of Boad and Equipment. 

Track. 
Xs&i line authorised from Perry to Caledonia 

Hsin line laid, single track 

BrsBches Uld single track 

Total single track 

SidbigB and turnouts on main line and branches 

Qnad total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 



Miles owned, all 
in N. Y. State. 

80,71 



1.78 
8.77 



4.S0 



1.00 



6.60 



Laid with steel raO, main line 1.78 

Uid with steel rail, branches. 8.77 

Balls in use 8 years are In good condition now. Weight of rails per yard — steel, 61 lbs.; 
) of track 4 feet 8^ inches; ballasted with gravel and broken stone. 



DvTAiui OF Brakohks OR Othsr Eoadb. 



Namb of Brakcb oh Boad. 


From 


To 


11 
III 


31 


B"«wf Branch 


Betsof 


Retsof Junction 


S.77 


8.77 









Description of Boad and Equipment. 



V 


STATE. 


Bridois. 


Number. 


''^SX' 


w^HHlm bridges 


8 


F9€t 

86 







[-:' 



S70 Rbpobt of thb Railroad Commibsionsb^ 

Desorlption of Boad and Equipment ^ (Continued). 







1 




H 




Equipmbnt. 


1 


|1 


Ji 






S5 


< 


& 


LooomotlTeB, 4 driven 


8 


r,Boo 


8 









Seoond-claa paasenger cars . 
Flat freigtit can 



I Ss.eoo I 



$4SS| 



MUoellaneons Statlstiea. 

Item. 



Lenffth of steel rails laid durinff year in repain, miles. 

Highway crossliigs at grade without protection 

Highway croarfng over grade 



Entire Unata 

N.T.State. 

JIB 

8 

1 



Passeiurer can are heated by Baker heater, lighted by keroeene lamps and veotflated Yif 
transoms In alcoTe overhead. 

American Express Company runs over road. Contract allows railroad company 10 per oeat 
of receipts. 

Dbsgbiptioii of Frbigbt Motbo. 



ITBIC. 



Flour 

Grain 

Lumber 

Iron or other ores 

Coal and coke t,, 

Petroleum and other oils 

An other manufactures 

All other merchandise 

All other agricultural products. 



Tonoaca 

m 
» 

5,800 
48 

ao 



Total. 



Emplotbb. 

Average number of persons employed (Including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



1M.100 



16 
18, W« 



Offloers of tbe Company. 



Name. Title, 0£Mal Addrem. 

Robert 8. Waiter President 146 Broadway, New Toric dty. 

William Foster, Jr Vice-Presiden t 146 Broadway, New Torkofty. 

A. AMoCrbary Secretary 146 Broadwaj, New York dly. 

Charles Q. FuEEiiAif Treas. and Manager Retsof, N. Y. 

A.H. Case Auditor Retsof, N. Y. 

E. R. Chapin Superintendent Retsof, N. Y. 

0. T. CHUROff Qen.Fr'ght and Pass. Agt... Retsof, N. Y. 

Direotors of tbe Company. 

Name. ReHdenoe, 

Q. Freeman Retaof,N.Y. 



N. Y. 



Pell W. Foster New York, ctar. 

RoBT. S. Walker Flatbush, N. Y. 

Edward W. Brown r New York city. 

Jambs W. Shaw Orange, N Y. 

John S. Andrews New York dty. 

W . V. Reynolds Schoghtiooke, 

A, W. Trotter NewYorkdty. 

A. A. McCreary NewYorkdty. 

E. R Chapin Retsof, N.Y. 

Wm. Foster, Jr NewYorkdty. 

CF.Stone NewYorkdty. 

Edward W. Keese Flatbush, N. Y. 

Title of company, Qenesee and Wyoming Valley Railway Company. 

General offices at Retsof, Livingston county, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, July 81. 

For information concerning this report, address Q. R. Freeman, Treasurer. 



Gbsbnk. 



271 



OBBBNE. 



— DSLAWABB, liACKAWAinrA AND W] 

(Date of charter October 18, 1860.) 



f\or htetorj of orKaniiation, etc, see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 
CUpital Stock. 









Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par ralue. 


iiAorlMd l7 law or charter, ieraed on account of construe- 
4oB and now outstanding 


90,000 


$900,000 







of sto<Aliolders. 



14 



FuNDSD Debt. 





Date. 


i 
1 




Amount 
author- 
ised. 


i4,fTn^)iailt 


DanoNATioii of Lnm. 


1 


When payable. 


outstand- 
ing. 


*Ikst mortaace 


Dec. 9, 1879 


80 


».. 


June and Dec 


S900,000 


S900,000 







Cost of Boad and ISqalpment, 

Road. 



Total cost of road 

and equipment up 

to June 80, 1808, 



:, masonij and ballast. 



tontraotare (including ties). 



land, land damages and fences 

t9m nger and fraight stations, engine and car houses, shops, machinery and 
tools, fuel and wiSu* stations 



[ discount charged to construction 

^ Total cost of road 

EqUIPMEKT. 



LoeomotiTes. . 



and express cars. 
other cars 



fni^;hti 

Total cost of equipment 

Qrsad total cost of road end equipment 

Income Account for Tear Ending Jone SO, 1893. 
heome from aU 90ureeMt atfoUawM, vis..* 
BsBtd, paid by lessee directly to stock and bondholders : 

TwelTemonthsMoterest on stock $19,000 00 

TiPdve months' interest on bonds 14,000 00 



$107,088 48 
45,980 40 
48,418 44 
67,701 64 
78,470 46 

1,688 M 
10,564 M 
17,089 01 

$869,886 50 



$98,600 00 

8,000 00 

700 00 

""$87,900 00 

$400,066 50 



$^6,000 00 



* Issued and dellTcred at par to lessee for building road. 



272 Report of the Rulboad Commisbionebs. 

General Balance Sbeet, Jnne 80, 1893. 



Cost of road 

Dost of equipment. 



|att,»» 

«7,«tt« 

$<oo,fla5fli 

LlABIUTIEB. 

Oikpttal Stock f«),OnN 

Funded debt SOO^OOBM 

Due leSMe for adTances ft M 



Ollloen of the Company. 

Name. TitU, Official Addre$$, 

Maubigb BiiuMALL PTesMent Blnffhamton, N. T. 

Samuxl Sloan Vioe-Presldent MEzohange place. New York cHy. 

JobepbE. Juuand Secretaiy and Treasurer .... Greene, N.Y. 

Frbdkbiok G. Oibbbns. . . . Assistant Treasurer KO Exchange place. New York cftf* 

Frkd F. Ghjutbibs Assistant Secretary 96 Exchange place, New York cHy. 

William F. Halutiad . . . General Manager Scranton, Pa. 

A. C. Salisbury Superintendent Utica, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

Nam£. Remdenee. 

Mauricb Bibdsall Binghamton, N. Y. 

Frbobrick E. BABMAan (Greene, N. T. 

EuAs B. Jacksok Greene, N Y. 

Frxdkrick Juliand Greene, N. Y. 

Joseph E. JuLLiND Greene, N. Y. 

WiLUAX J. BmuKLL Grrene, N. Y. 

Bbmjakim a. Wblch Greene, N. Y. 

Samuxl Sloan New York dttr. 

Pbbct R. Ptnb New York cl&. 

Frxd F. Chambbbs Bomenrille, N. J. 

Frbdbrick H. Gibbxns New York city. 

J. F. L. CuNNiNOHAM Greene, N. Y. 

J. D. Van Valkbnbuboh, Jr Greene, N. Y. 

Title of company, Greene Raflroad Company. 
General offices at Greene, N. Y. 
Date of close of fiscal year, December 81 . 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Tuesday In October. 

For information concerning this report, address lYed F. Chambers, Secretary and Auditor, 
86 Exchange place. New York city. 



GBEENWICH AND JOHNSONVUXE. 

(Date of charter, September 6, 1879.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1898. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 






Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


CashiealisBd 
on amount 
outstanding. 


Authorised by law or charter 


$l,fiOO 

lUso 


$160,000 
118.000 




Issued for actual cash and now outstanding .... 


SU8,«W 



Number of stockholders. 



Gbsbnwioh akd J0HN8VILLB. 273 

Cost of Boftd and Equipment. Total oott of road 

and equipmoDi up 
Road. to June 80, 1898. 

Ondiiig, maaoniy and ballast $87,874 54 

Bridces : 18,661 18 

SapentnictareCincludtiigtlM) 47,806 81 

Land damages and fences 81,707 66 

Vtmmgtr and freight stations, engine and car houses 1,78686 

Bhon, nmchinery and tools 1,168 00 

AVDeerlng expenses 8,100 00 

TWal cost of road » $186,889 88 

EonXPMKNT. 

Looomottves 77, $4,466 96 

Fansoger cars 8,a97 58 

M^and other cars , 1, ISO 00 

Total cost of equipment $9,064 54 

Grand total cost of road and equipment $184,884 87 

Inoome Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Qrosi earnings fEtxn operation $48,700 89 

Lesi operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 88,551 06 

Net earnings from operation $15,149 81 

Hcomefrom other MmroM, asfoUotoB, viz.: 

BenU 898 40 

Gross inoome from all sources $15,441 61 

Deiuctunu from income, as follow^ viz.: 

Tkxes on property used In operation of road. $688 08 

Tkxeson earnings and capital stock 559 42 

1 axes other than above 88 78 

1,88188 

Net ii^^ome from all sources $14,110 88 

FttifmtnU from net income^ <u foUouu, viz.: 

DlTldends declared, 9 per cent on $118,000 common stock 10,680 00 

Surplus for year ending June 80. 1806, $3,490 88 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expennes. 

Earninos. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


■^^ht, all I'wal 




$85,465 81 


$85,466 81 


raJai^urs, all local. :.:..::.;;;:::;;: :;:;;:;;:;: 


$16,594 78 
740 86 
900 00 


16,604 78 


■aa..T.... '.......... 


740 86 


bpnss..... ::::::;:::::;:;:;:;;:;;: 




900 00 








Total gross earnings.. 


$18,885 06 


$85,465 81 


$48,700 89 






OPKiUTma 
Bepalraof track...... 


$4.889 58 
8,707 86 

1,818 80 
587 69 
77 17 


$1,468 17 
908 68 

489 89 
175 89 
86 78 


$5,858 09 


BepalrB of roadbed 


8,610 46 
1,757 59 


Repairs of bridges Onduding culverts and catUe 
^■■Atde) 




708 68 


1 Bpairs of fences. .'.,..."..'. 


108 80 






Total 


$9,080 44 


$8,006 79 


$18,087 88 






Maintenance 0/ equipment: 


$386 41 
156 88 


$188 80 
59 10 


$515 81 


i Bfairs of cars 


806 48 






TotaL 


$548 78 


$180 90 


$788 68 







35 



274 Report of the Railboad Commibbionees. 

AiiAljniit of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses —(Ooaiiniied). 





Passenger. 


Fkelght. 


TotaL 


Conducting trantportaiion: 
Wages of oondootors and men 


$1,170 00 
1 887 00 

885 00 
n 85 


$890 00 

600 00 

1,078 71 

77 41 

888 80 

810 00 

75 00 

88 75 


$1,600 06 


Wages of engineers and firemen 


sSS 


Fa^ if or looomotiTes 


4,800 66 


on and waste 


So 64 


Wagee of station agents and olerks 


1,488 60 


Wages for labor aFstattons 


64D00 


StaSon supplies 


800 00 


other expenses for conducting transportation . . 


96 00 


Total 


$8,478 88 


$8,791 07 


$11,804 » 





Salaries of general officers and clerks 


$1,600 00 
898 99 
88100 
80 68 
109 66 

477 88 
678 66 


$500 00 
97 68 
107 00 
10 17 

88 18 

160 87 
S«4 1B 


$8,000 00 


Stationery and printing , 


890 07 


Legal expenseSflnsuranoe 


486 00 


Valance) 


40 00 
148 74 

68710 


Other general expenses 


800 78 






Total 


$8,404 46 


$1,181 48 


$4,S»06 


Grand total operating expenses 


$81,440 84 


$7,110 84 


$88,66106 







General Balanee Sheet, June 30, 1803. 



Oost of road and equipment 

Current cutefo, (ufoUowt. viz. : 

Bills reoelTable 

Due by agents , 



Liabujties. 



Oapital stock 

Profit and loss (surplus). 



TrafiHo and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. 



Number of passengers carried 

Number of passengers carried one mile , 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile. 



Passenger train mileage. 



BVeight train mileage. 
Total train mileage. 



$184,884 87 

8,568 04 

6,080 18 

$148,084^ 



$118,000 00 
84,064 64 

$148,864 64 



AHIooaL 

88,188 

484,646 

88,665 

865,686 

87,8» 
10,860 



ITCX. 1 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Loss. 


Passenger earnings and expenses (including! 

man, express and miscellaneous eamtaigs) .... 

AvM-AgApAr pAiw^PK^r carried........ ^ 


$18,886 06 
00 
089 

85,465 81 
65 

04 
846 


$81,440 84 

045 

7,110 88 
18 
01 
68 


$8,806 78 


ATerage per passenger per mile 

IMrht earnings and expenses (including mis- 

ceuaneouB earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 


Profit. 
16,864 tt 
47 


ATerage per ton of freight per mile 


08 


Arerage per freight triun per mile 


178 


1 





Gbbenwioh and Jobnsyillb. 275 

ITKM. AU local. 

( ompated on earnings from carrying paaaengen and freight only. Cents. 

Atwage rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all dasKS 8 . (97 

▲twageratereoelTedpermlleper ton for carrying freiglit, all classes 4.6 

; I>eserlptlon of Boad and Equipment. 

Miles owned, all 
T&ACK. in N. Y. State. 

Htis Une antliorlaed, from Greenwicfa to Johnsonyille, single track 14.66 

Wings and tumonts on main line 1*60 

GnuMl total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 16.16 

Laid with steel raO, main line UM 

▲wage Ufe of ties, 8 years; weight of rails per yard—steel, 60 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet 
|«iwiM;baIlarted with gravel. 





Bridgbs. 


mmaM ukk in mtw tobk 

STATS. 




Number. 


^fSSS*" 


fcoi bridges 


18 
IS 

8 


Fe«t, 

188 




966 


Weodffli tre^Qs 


860 








TMal 


88 


1,498 









1 




fe 


|| 


1 




1 


|l 


\i 




S 


< 


► 


s 


K 




8 


16,600 


7,800 


8 









mt^laai passenger cars 


1 
1 






1 

1 


1 
1 






IWal 


8 






8 


18 







Hat freight cars. 



Mfller platform and buffer couplers on paaaenger and express can. Westinghouse air brake, 
with aotomatle lofty and ordinary switches are in use on road. 



Kiscellaneoos Statistics, 



Item. 



BaHroads crossing road at grade 

Bigfaway crossings at grade without protection. 



Entire line in 
N. T. State. 

1 
18 



PasMoger cars are heated by coal stoves, lighted with kerosene oU and ventilated in deck. 

Vatlonal Exm e as Company run over line of road at $76 per month. 

Gootract wttn the UnitBd States government for transportation of mails at $740.86 a year for 



276 



EbPOBT of THB BaILBOAD C0MMIB8IONEB8. 



DnoBXpTiOH OF Fbbiobt Movkd. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Feront. 


Flour 


448 

087 

M 

8,970 

»0 

SSI 

708 
0,358 
1,410 

4,179 
8,408 


1.16 


Gnin 


8.6S 


LtTe stock \ '. ].... 


.088 


Lumber 


10.881 


Pig and bar iron and iteel, iron or other ores 


.608 


Goal and ooke 


80.18 




JSt 


Bhlpments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from maniuactorlcB within this State 






18.IS 


All athPT m^^rv^handlse i ....... . 


8.8S1 


All other aftriculturiQ products i . . . i 


10.88 


All other articles not included above 


21.788 






Total 


88,8» 


100 







Employes. 
Average number of persons employed (includlnfl: officials) during year . 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



f 14,111 « 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Addrem, 

William D. RoBBRTSON President North Oreenwich, N. T. 

Robert McMuBRAT Vice-President West Cambridge, N. T. 

E. H. QiBsoiv Secretary Greenwich, n7y. 

C. H. Van Ness Treas'irer Greenwich, N. Y. 

J. H. Thompson Superinteadent Greenwich, N. T. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name, Residence. 

William D. Robertson North Greenwich, N. Y. 

Robert MoUurrat West Cambridge, N. Y. 

Henrt Gray Greenwich, N. Y. 

J. H. Thompson Greenwich, N. Y. 

W. L. CozzENS .J Greenwich, N. Y. 

W. L. MowRY Greenwich, N. Y. 

E. H.Gibson Greenwich, N. Y. 

Waldbn Eddy Greenwich, N. Y. 

C. H. Van Ness Greenwteh. N. Y. 

A. B. Cole Greenwich, N. Y. 

LbRoy Thompson Greenwich, N. Y. 

Jamb A. La Vakb Greenwich, N. Y. 

Edward Whiteside South Cambrtdge. N. Y. 

Title of Company, Greenwich and Johnsonville Raflway Company. 

General offices at Greenwich, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, September 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Tuesday In October. 

For information concerning this report, address C. a. Van Ness, Treasurer. 



HABLEH BIVEB AND P0BTCHE8TER. 



Lessee— New York, New Haven and Hartford. 
(Date of charter, April 28, 1880.) 



For history of organisation, eta, see Report of 1888. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 



Number 
of shares. 



Total 
Par value. 



CashresUsed 

onamouBt 

outsttmding. 



AuthQrised by law or charter 

lamed for aciual cash and now outstanding. . . . 



10,000 
4,266 



$1,000,000 
425,800 



$«»«• 



Number of stockholders. 



Hableh Bitbr and Poktohbsteb. 



277 



Fdhdrd Dkbt. 





Date. 


1 
1 


IMTERUT. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amount 

outstand- 

tag. 


Cash 


DsUOirATION OF 
LlDf. 


1 


When 
payable. 


realised 
on amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


nnt mortgage bonds . 
Seoond mortMO bonds 


1878 
1878 
1881 


80 
80 
80 


6 

4 


Apr. and Oct 
Apr. and Oct. 
Jane and Deo. 


$1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 


$1,000,000 
1.000,000 
1,000,000 


$1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 


Ibtol 


$8,000,000 


$8,000,000 


$8,000,000 

- ■ < 













Qndfaig, masonry and ballast. . 



Bspmtracture (indudhig ties) 
IJDd and land damages 



Total cost of 

^ a. *« J road up to I 

Cost of Boad. June 80, 1808. 

$M«,188 88 

!2!'«®W 

488,440 86 

677,891 S9 

, j^ wi ■» 

?mmagtr and freight stations 51 ^544 aq 

EBgtneandcar houses 88,SB8 68 

Isgineerinff expenses 76,148 66 

Interest and discount charged to construction 660,66806 

Whsrflng ssfi sft^ nt 

Fri»tfa?and static «;418 W 

I^calezpenses 16,748 78 

^^^ 11,668 61 



Total cost of road . 



General Balance Sbeet* June 30, 1893. 



$8,066,700 17 



OD*o««*d $8,066,700 17 

OmrrmU asseis, (u f6Uow9, trig.: 
OHhonband 90 oq 

$8,066,780 17 



(kpltalBto<^ 

Ftadsddebt 

Oimnt UaidUHett cu foOouM, vis..* 
Opensooonnts 



LiABiLrms. 



$48,860 00 
8,000,000 00 

84,68 17 
$8,066,780l7 
Offioers of the Company. * 

TiOe, Official Address. 

S^^ntj. Grand Central depot, New York dty. 

yioe-President Grand Central depot, New York d^. 

WiLUAM L. Bqanat Treasurer Grand Central depot, New York d^ 

William B. BiLBNCTT. Secretary Grand Central depot, New York dty. 

IMreetOTS of tbe Company. 

ReHdenee. 



Nome, 

LncausToTTLS 

I P. Clabkb, 



Name. 



iP.Clabu New Haven, Coto. 

« — rrB^iMAaD Hartford, Conn. 

WiLLUJiD. Bishop Bridgeport, Com. 

Sff^SS^?™^ gldSsSrt^Oonn: 

•B.I. t^AiTOBD Bridgroort, Conn. 

taOL H iBOWBWDa. Kei?SKS,^nn. 

ft~?|^- New York dlto'. 

UxnuB '^riTLB New Haren, Conn. 

te>nos & Carhabt Brooklyn, N.Y. 

WniUM B. Babottt New Havin, Conn. 

K^jM^BMB New York city. 

HbiB¥ C.BOBOmOK Hartford. fJonn 



WiLUAM L. S^UISB . 



TMe of company. The Harlem BiTer and Portchester Raiht)ad Comnany. 
Oeneraloffloes at Grand Central depot, New York City. - *^ 

Dateof doseof fiscal year, June 80. P^- -. \ r^ : 

Date of stockholderB* annual meeting, second Saturday in April. . 
For Infor mation ooncemlng this repent, address William E. Bametr Secretary. 

* Deceased. 



Hartford, Conn. 
New HaTen, Conn. 



278 



RSPOBT OF THE BaILSOAD C0MMI88IONSB8. 



HABTFOBB AND CONNECTICUT WESTERN. 



Lusbb^Pbiuldblphia, Bbaodio and Nkw EtraLAND. 
(Date of chartar, Maroh 81, 1881.) 



For history of organisation, etc, see Beport of 18B8. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt* 

Oapftal Stock. 





OOMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par Talus. 


AuthoriMd by law or charter 


80,000 


18,000,000 






Lwued for bonds ." 


18,900 
8,000 


$1,800,000 


Issued for purchase of Rhinebeok and Connecticut Railroad . . . 


800,000 




96,000 


$2,090,000 







Number of stockholders. 



on 



Funded Dkbt. 





Date. 


1 

1 


lAlVH^ST* 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


realtted 
onsmount 
outstand- 
ing. 


Dksignation of 
LnsN. 


1 


When payable. 


First mortg'e bonds. 


June SO, 1888 


20 


't 


Jan. 1 & July 1 


$700,000 


$700,000 


$700,000 



Cost of Bead and Equipment. 

Cost of road $8,9»1,747 40 

Cost of equipment 878,867 97 

Total cost of road and equipment $3,805,615 A 

Inoome Aooonntfor Tear Ending Jnne 30, 1803. 

Qto8B income from aU iources, at follow»t vin,: 
From lease of road $88,845 00 

Deductions Jrom income cu foUowa, viz.: 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued 85,000 00 

Net income from all sources $58,845 00 

Paymeniefrom net income, asfoUows, viz. : 

One per cent on $2,085,500 common stock $S8,865 00 

One per cent on $2,690,000 conomon stock 96,000 00 

58,845 00 

General Inoome Acoonnt. 

Deficit up to June 80, 1808 $10,810 51 



I 



Habtfobd and OoNNEonooT "Webtebk. 879 

General Balance Sbeet, Jane 80, 1898. 

AnsTB. 

Ooitof road SS,an,747 46 

Ooit of equipment 878«867 87 

Oiker permanent invettmenUt tufoUouWt vU.: 

BeilMtite ;. »,0»47 

Mncflelil and Oooneetlcat Railroad 87,97t 58 

pRflt and kMS (deficiency) 10,810 61 

18,448,607 90 



LiA9iLrmB. 

. lato<^ $8,600,000 00 

AmdaddeU 700,000 00 

OumfU UahiUtieM^ €u foUow9, viz, : 

Loaoa and hills payable $88,697 00 

OoDTertihle bonda: 81,000 00 



48,697 09 



$8,448,697 00 

Oflloera of the Company, 

Name. Title. Official Addrem, 

H.O. SnzAS President New York, dty. 

J. O. Phb^pb Vice-President Simabiur, Oonn. 

I. R. Bkaroslbt Secretary and Treasurer Hartforo, Conn. 

H. W. Watson Auditor Hartford, Conn. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name, Reeidence. 

H. O. Sbizas New York, city. 

Jamd Axmstbono New York, city . 

A. A. McLbod Ppfladelphia, Pa. 

W. R. Tatuob Philadelphia, Pa. 

J. W. Bbook Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. TCwxR, Jr Philadelphia, Pa. 

W. W. OiBBS PhUadelphia, Pa. 

J. H. Applston Springfield. Mass. 

H. A. BoisroBD Hartford, Conn. 

J. O. Phhlfs Simsbury, Conn. 

Hdbt Oat West Winsted, Conn. 

FaiDBBXGK IfiLBS Chapiaville, Conn. 

I. W. Spubb; Falls Village, Conn. 

Title of company, Hartford aad Connecticut Western Railroad Company. 

Oeneral offices at Hartford, Conn. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, September SO. 

Date of stockholders* amiual meeting, third Tuesday in December. 

for infonnation concerning this report, address E. R. Beardsley, Secretary. 



HAYTS OOBNEBS, OVTD AND WILLARD. 

Lbssor. 
Lbsskb — Lbhioh Valxxt Railway. 
(Date of charter, September 16, 1888.) 



Vor history of organization, etc., see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock. 



Amhoriaed by law or charter 

1 for actual cash and nowoutstanding. 



Number of 
shares. 



400 
41 



Total 
parralue. 



$46,000 
4,100 



of stoekbolderB 87 



2S0 



IlErORT OV THE KaILEOAD C*>M MIS SIGNERS. 



CoPt fif lioad. 



Lantl ciTi<1 laui] 'Lauiapi^'ei^. 



TtitAl cost of 

road up io 

JUEL« 3D, im. 



yume. Title. 

J A»E*« B, TaaMAB , ,....,► , . ► . l're?ideat ► ■ . , 

• WTiLU AM Jij^ KS. ... Treiisurif r . 

J<)HN (T, OWEHT *.......,,, J^eiTctery . » * 



.. OvkS.N. Y. 
.. OvictN. Y. 



J\ o ^^d c. 



Dirpctnr^ of the ConiiJaTiy. 



BtsidtJice. 



fi&UKQE W . J ACOCKS ►., h ,.,,,►,.,. h Ovld, N . Y . 

James B- TnniiAJi .., Ovkl, N. Y, 

* W 1 5X1AM Jones .*,...* * , * Ovld, N. Y. 

WiLUAM C. Ff AKi.rrvjN, . ....-., , . . , . Ovld, N. Y. 

CflAiLL]^^ V. HiL'TTOS ... H ....... H H , , *......., Ovld, KT. Y, 

JOBN llK.NMSfi'tOS .-..>, ^ ,.»,..♦+. QFiii, >\ Y^ , 

AIjMRN IlOHTON ^ . - 1 ^ ► **......,...,.. 0?id, H" r Y . 

Jons F. COVBRT , , ,,..,..,,, OfM. N . Y'. 

SittAfl M . KiSNE . ...,.,,. * Ovid,. N . Y. 

* HehUas D RtBTMAN......-H.. - Ovid, N. Y, 

* ABFtAM B. JoeNt?ON ^ * , OvId, N . Y. 

jQR^i It r Cff APKN" , 4 - H .,,.,.,,,, H. ,. * . ♦.,,,. Ovidi Xh Y . 

Title fjf u4rTnpaa>\ Hayts Coniera, (►vld arid Willard HaLlroad Company, 

G*nera! offleas at Uvld. N. V. 

Date of trlose uf flfioal year, t^epteiubtir 'H. 

For inrornmMon eonceruin^-^ thia r^porli address .!(iin«« B. Thomas, Preiddi;Ti.t. 



ISLAND. 
tDate of clmrtvT^ .^ept4?iiiber 1. lfiKi> 



For hiatory of orfrardzatiun, etc. Bee Report of lS9s3. 

Capital Stcifk and Fii ruled Debt. 











COMHOK. 






Nmntter of 


Total 
ptriraliie. 


Authorised by law or cha.rle'f . + , . .............. ....._. _ 


!^,500 




1250,000 










Isflued for act iiu^l cash 


:€0 
1,900 




tio^ooo 


iHued for pri iptrtj^ , 


I»,DOO 










Total DOW outfitandlnif . ..... 


2,000 




t3D0,an 




-^^ - 








^(IMltwjfi- nf Bffinkllrild*»r^. ,,,,..., 






H 




FrNtiEt* Dest. 








1 


iSTItWt&T. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


AmouBt 
otltBtand- 


De*<lo.SAtin> iif^Lirv 






When 
payable. 


flleneral luort f^a^y bond*^ ..... 


Seui!-aiuiu&l. 


1400.000 


|eo.oH 



*De<?eaeeit, rttcamdes not flPi'd. 

+ Tht* fnreM:<dnK ^^'■"^^If'' '^"'^tif'1^ luitln iHiced f-l^Jii.fXX), together with 1.900 EthaJ** of fftoct »i™ 
leBuetl In piiyinf^ijt for properU ^n iU*^ vity ul UurTiilo, couv^ejred to said corporation icdoTBid 
hj It . During the pi^m yc^iir the fli.-ove mentlsifdind lumd? wei*** r&iJUced by the BaJ« of oarwl* 

JandH «l-V.i,OtXJ. 



r 



Island. 281 

* Cost of Road and Equipment. 

Total oort of road »«»,<IO0 Ot 

Equipmcnt. 
LocomoUves fljft,5^0 00 

Total cost of road and equipment $4&&,500 00 

Income Account for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 

Oro«8 earnings from operation 4 f Ai JOA 91 

htm operating expenses Cezcluding all taxes) WtM^ 61 

Net earnings from operation |2€|492 7t 

Income from all other $ourcea^ cufoUowa, viz.: 
BeDCals 1,^53 56 

Gross income from all sources f^tTU V8 

Deduciions from income, cu foUowa, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $18, 125 00 

Taxes on propertv used in operation of road, on earnings and 

capital stock and all otlier taxes 9,905 50 

^ 8a»090 m 

8iirplus for year ending June 90, 1898 |4|TU 7S 

General Inoome Account. 

Sorplas for year ending June 80, 1888 $4,714 73 

DeAdtupto June80, 1802 28,808 44 

Total deficit June 80, 1898 77^7^77^77177^. SIS, SOS H 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 
Per cent handling coal £«4 , lOg 36 

Operating BIxpenses. 
Maintenance of way and atructurea : 

Bepalrs of track HMO 01 

Bepaire of trestle «,3]0 fll 

Bepalrs of docks 80 40 

Total iJ0,2gl ga 

Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives $5*83 38 

Repairs of machinery and tools tt3fi 42 

Total *1,U» 78 

Conducting iranaportation : 

Wages of engine crew g^,550 41 

Fuel for locomotives and engine 50K 7t 

00 and waste 9 4I» 

Water Buppiy 21 ^ 

Wages paid for handling coal S»,^Oi &» 

Total 1:23,875 46 

General expenses : 

Salaries of clerks $1 ,805 00 

Oeoeral oflflce expenses and supplies bO 29 

Stationery and printing 46 10 

Other general expenses 9c 6 08 

Total t'i,m& 17 

€ Dd total operating expenses $37,813^ 

rbe corporation is unable to separate the cost of its rood into items. The fiiLfi^ Qi>m of 
B Tstnicture, induding rails, $181,000: for land damages and fences, S4l8.no(h; ruAlcfng 
a al of $599,000. This total cost of $599,000 was reduced during the past > ear $].VI,Oi} p by halv 
srtain lands. 

ere have been no additions or betterments during the year ending June 8nth, IFO ^ 
e reason why such separation cannot be made is because the property avqulred waft Ihat 
completed railroad. 

36 



2B2 



Eepobt of the Railboad Commissionebs. 



General Balance Sbeet, Jane 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

Oo«t of road » * , 

OoAt of equipment 

Cur* en t mae ts, as foUmoSt viz. : , 

CmIi on hand; 

Op«if* at^L-' utitM 

Profit sod lost (deficiency) .".... 



Oapftal itock , 

Funded debt 

Qurrejit tit^ilitietj cufoUowa, viz.: 
Open aecmmti , 



LiABiums. 



1448,000 00 
6,500 00 



68410 
588 4S 

18,508 71 

~ 1475,211 18 



$910,000 01 
850,000 01 



85,811 18 
|475«811 18 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Track. 



Msin line from terminal to terminal, single track. 
Slditi£S and turnouts on main line 



Qraud total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. 



Laid irith nt^el rail, main line 

LaJd with Bteel rail, branches, or other roads. 



Miles owned, an 

in N. Y. State. 

.185 

1.01 

l.ltt 

li 

1.01 



Bridgbs. 



Wooden tnestlefl 

Looomotiiref B driver . 



Equipment. 



Entire line in 

N.T. State. 

1 



Miscellaneous Statistics. 

Item. 
Total saawised value of real estate and personal property of company. , 



Entire line in 

N. y. State. 

$480,810 



Tbfi ccmpatiy handles cars of any corporation desiring to unload coal at its docks. 
Description of Frhioet Moyed. 

Item. 
0i»sl B£id coke 



Tonnage. 
818,680 



Officers of tbe Company. 

Name, Title, OJflcial Address, 

E. H. Mkad President No. 1 Broadway, New York city. 

SJiajUET. raoRNE Vice-President No. 1 Broadway, New York city. 

W 1XI.I AM E. Street Secretary and Treasurer, No. 1 Broadway, New York city. 

Directors of the Company. 

^b^jt€. Residence. 

E B. Mead South Orange, N. J. 

W. E. Btkibt Darien, Oonn. 

Sam VVL > BORNE New York city, N. Y. 

O . W . QinKTARD New York city, N. Y. 

TaouAM iloDosoN Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frankliv Selleck Buffido, N. Y. 

H* L. TitttBDNE Mount Clair. N. J. 

Title f3f company. The Island Railroad Companr. 

General *>nice8 at No. 1 Broadway, New York city. 

Pate of ell pSip of fiscal year, June 80 

Date *^t i^tKckholdprs' annual meeting, second Monday of September. 

For [£if ormatlon concerning this report, address The Company at Buffalo, N. Y. 



i 



r 



Kaaterskill. 



ssa 



KAATEBSKILI,. 
CDatti of ubart+rt*, N'oveuiber ^i, ivm.) 



For history of orjaranlzation^ etc, see Report of 38^1^2. 

The controlling ini*?nssi of tbls road aad property wjih (ransifHrr^'ii t<j thti Ulster and Delaware 
BtOruad Co cup any, as of .TuQt^ 1^ IHitiiS, by pureuasti: of Its iitaii^k and honda. 



CA|Jltat Stock mid Fiin4l«t1 ]}ot>t. 
Capital Stock. 



lutiborlzed bj- liw or charter, igsui^l for at'tiial c^ash and 
now outfttaiid lag , 4 * 



niUDber of itockboldere. 



of abaren. 



1,0(10 



Total 
par valup. 



?iOOtOOa 



CMh 

realked 

on amiount 

ouuiaod- 



5100,000 



Funded Debt. 



DisioyATlOJf OP 

LiSK. 


Date. 


>, 


, AiTinunt 
liTttbnr 
. 1 Wbsn iztfd. 
* 1 payable- 

^1' 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


C^*b real- 
ized on 
ajujoiitit 

outBtacd' 


flr»t mtj?. bonds.. 


Jan. 1, 1885 


3fJ 


Y\ Jan. 1. July 1 $m,\m 


560,000 


$eo,ooo 



Ooflt of Koad AUfl £Lqiitpnitilit* 



EOID. 



tifadlnKt maaoary and ballast, . . 

Bridgee, 

Safi^f»a-ucttire (io eluding tieej* 



t4Qd daxniipes , . ^ »..» h h .>....* . 
P*s»?n(ft?r and frelk'^jt BtatlouSu. 



Bitopi*. machineiy and toola . 



l and water itadnuH 
^gtoeedng expensee . . 

'otal cost of road . . 



I Additions or [ 
bpttJ^niienls 



Total c-ont 



duH^rpn I -^fr^Hdand 



iuK April 30, 



10 j^\prll 30, 



S50-J OU 



SUITH fiS 



S^ajoj?72 

J20,riO4 94 

r4,oio 01 

G,M7 73 
0,P>6fl 43 
1,016 40 

30? 11) 

a,e7l 40 



51-lfMb7N0 



EqUlPWEI^T. 

QiotlTea , ^ ^ , , 

fingef cars. ,....*..>> 

baf^gaj^e and expre.tu cars 

tht and other care. . ♦ * 



otal Gout of fjqulpment 

1 tot&l cost of rtiad acid kHtulpment. . 



?1,17>* S^ 



^-r 



?tO,U34 :fi 

OJOO 25 
."l.OOO 00 



^•^^ 



284 



BePOBT of the KaILROAD CoMMI86I<>1)E118. 



Details of Additions ob Bbttkrments During the Tear. 

Few piers for brfdj;^ 

Street railu 

Tom ." 

Income Account for Year £n<ling June 30, 1893. 

Qrom «arnliiga tmm operation 

Jjots operfitlng expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Gross inconie from all sources 

Deductions frfim income^ aafoUowt^ viz. : 

Interest rm funded debt due and accrued , $8,800 00 

Taxefi on propK rty used in operation of road 588 87 

Taxes on fAruIn v;i* and capital stock 74 00 

TaireB other tiuui nbove 81 78 

Disoouut aDd Irtierest 540 00 



k 



$502 00 
676B 



$i,ma 



$15,660 20 
10,841 61 



$4,618 09 



4,544 00 



Sufpltu for year ending June SO, 1898 






$274 00 




me Account. 


$274 Ofl 




General Inco 

Anrfi*iif fnp vp-tk.^ f^ndincr June 80. 1898 




Defldt up to J uufc 30, 189i 


H>mi> acH^ount. . . 


8,161 88 


$7,887 71 
26,709 86 


Sundry liabilities charged oflf and credited to in( 
Totol enriiius June 80, 1898 








$18,8i2 00 




1 and Operating^ Expenses. 

INGS. 




Analysis of Gross Eamlngi 

Earn 






Passengers. 


Freight. 


Total. 


FtBiirht. al] XucbI 




$8,321 65 


$3,821 05 


PAJUw^nfrpi-K, ai\ tiinal ,,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,.,., 


$11,507 61 
110 99 
406 62 

250 66 


11,CC7 61 


Mail , .?. 




110 90 


Express .....*...* 




406 62 


MiJwNnneoiAs. €t8 follows, viz.: 
E&firlne Bervic#* 


62 67 


318 31 






Total firrosa eaminfirs 


$12,275 88 


$8,384 82 


$15,680 90 






Operating 
Maiiitfuunct nf toay and fractures: 


Expenses. 

$1,789 22 

28 88 
42 80 
15 87 


$447 81 

596 
10 58 
884 


$2,296 58 


itepafrj* of brid^w (Including culverts and cattle 
gitardH) . f 


89 80 


Eepaini of stablonH, shops, docks, etc 


52 88 


Re'pairs of fences 


19 21 






Total 


$1,870 77 


$467 71 


$2,888 40 






Maintenance of equipment: 
Repairs of locittnotives 


$379 86 

302 67 

5 40 


$94 97 


$474 88 


Hepnirs of caj's * 


802 57 


SepaiiiB of machinery and tools 


1 85 


67S 






Total 


$687 88 


$96 82 


$784 16 






Cond w^ tin g t mnaportation.^ 
Wagta of eonductors and men 


$1,286 42 

1,105 46 

1,163 81 

80 18 

PI 28 

20 80 

619 93 

88 65 

10 77 


$321 60 

276 86 

290 95 

20 06 

22 82 

520 

154 99 

20 92 

2 60 


$1,00 Oi 


Wanrefl f>f pfipintMTS and firernen 


1.38 88 


F«e] fir>r loectriUfthes 


1,45 76 


Oil anrj wawtf . . , , 


10 SO 


WattT nurtplj' 


11 10 


Other trjivn supplies or expenses 


2 00 


W^m of ^1 aT ion agents and clerks 


77 9S 


Watres for lalM^r at stations, 


10 57 


Station BUPEiIies .^ 


1} 46 






Total. .,.*..*. 


$4,462 80 


$1,115 58 


$5,57 88 







Kaatesskill. 285 

An&ljrsU of Gross Eamlngrs and Operating: Kxpenses - (Continued). 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Ibtal. 


ftenerai expenses: 
Silaries of general officers and clerks 


$1,200 00 

16 80 

142 99 

282 73 

80 28 

40 00 


$300 00 
4 20 
85 75 
70 68 
7 67- 
10 00 


$1,600 00 


Qeoeral office expenses and supplies 


8100 


ttottonery and printiiiji^ Tr. 


178 74 


Ootslde agencies and advertising 


858 41 


Other genera] exi>en8es 


87 86 
50 00 






Total 


$1 ,712 80 


$428 20 


$2,141 00 






9mul total operating expenses 


$8,783 70 


$2,107 81 


$10,841 61 







General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $149,187 89 

Cost of equipment 28,862 80 

Current asseUt <u follows, viz.: 

Cuhon hand $3,445 88 

Due by agents.. 1,499 15 

Open accounts '. 494 60 

■aterlals and suppUes 708 28 

6,147 86 



$188,608 06 



Liabilities. 

Ospit*l«tock $100,000 00 

Funded debt 60,000 00 

Current liabilities, as follows, viz.: 

jiodJted vouchers and pay-rolls 4,876 06 

Profit and loss (surplus) 18,828 00 

$183,698 05 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. All local. 

Number of pastieogers carried • 25,801 

Number of passengers carried one mile 118, 184 

Number of tons of freight carried 8,718 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 17,676 

Mlxwl train mUeage 18,000 



Item. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit. 


Psssenger earnings and exp^-nses (including 

mail, express and mlBcellaneous earnings) . . . 

^rur»irt» rwgi- passenger carried. 


$12,275 88 

48347 
10:^9 
1.097 

8,384 32 
910 
191 
1.21 


$8,783 70 

84397 

o;89 

781 

2,107 81 
507 
119 
75 


$3,542 18 

18050 


At er pcusenger per mile 


03 


Ati-r^jT'- ' er passenger train per mile 


816 


Fr^ht ► .m!ngs and expenses i^lnciuding mls- 
^iianr- is earnings) 


1,276 51 


mge j>er ton of ireiglit carried 


848 


'ffsCB l*er ton of freight per mile 


072 


SVLge per freight train per mile 


46 







Item. 
imputed on earnings from carrying passengers and fr-ilght only. 

rage rate received per mile for carrying pasttengers, all classes , 

rage r^te received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. , 



All locaL 
Cents. 



9.741 
18.799 



1 



286 Fleport of thk Kati^road Commission bbb, 

lles^criiitlnii of RoHLtl tintl KquLpment:. 



Track. 




=3. 

i 




Main llt]6 fmm Kaivierj«kill Jimetk-ii to Kaaterski] 1 station, BiD^le tracks 
Bldinjits AiiJ turuniitfl on itiuin liut^ .r,^,^^,^,*^,..^,^^,,^,,,.r,.,,t^^^,, 


7 3 

,3S 


1 


IS 






Grand tot^I of tri*ek6i. ^itliiij^s ami lufnouU. ,....,,...-., 


7.83 


1.13 


i.« 


Laid with jsteH rHil, diAlti Iftif , 

SldlDgs, bratLC'ln>B vr nrher rnuda 


7.M 
.33 







Averajn* life of rails - Stet^l, Si> yi'tir^i; averaj^nf 11 fi^ rtf ties, 7 ytAT^; weLght of raiJe per fJird- 
steel, Wlbs,; gaiij^e of track, 3 fet^t; ballasted witls gravel. 

Dmtails pf Biu^rrijiB ore Othkb RoAJsa. 









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1 


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i)|LtDQEfl. 



B;>rFTIilC LINE IN KEir TOU 



XuTnbi?r. 



Wooden hrld^si^ .... , , - , j 

Toik] ,.,,,. 



Appfip^ita 



Fed. 
8KS 



LOOl 



Kl^T'JPMFVT, 



I.ot?(i]-|ii't3vrK. r; liifiver.^ . 



FU*it Wans |f.i'!+t bu^rr t'liv-^ , , , 

Bai;j?ni:e. m.tlJ and rxpri-titijari;. 



Tntlil 



i 

7 


= 1 


h 


11 


11 


-i 


^■^4 


— ^ 


3t 


^ ^C 




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$fl,4(K! 


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]fi 



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4l1U I 



W^'siliiLdjoiiHUi tridri-ffiiluMiiid ]\l«Ut«r f^.n]|ilrr Jiinl liiifft-r uii pasHtftiger and ha^»j^&gt! car$^ buTi 
Stiih ViivUdirs uri' fu USH rin iftiiht i-mh^ lit* eritin^ Jeiitrili 



•TIkmiUhu- (i-rid ^^.n^ Jr'i-i'il U\- r>ni?^ ■ ihiii-miv I' T Uif'r MMfs. fn.un J?vnnarv I. i!?$i^, Itlsf^iipi i# 

Inb'tvHtii ninl <'vriH..1' ^'r^'tn Mkrit- i-i\ni -cun-ii ni'Mfriuniii.'i-r th)!- r"Af1, ti>riir>iltimimiiiEaiuswi m. 

whiTM 31 iiijsiiiirs ss'Hh tliu ^riH KU'^.itHii k'.ml. Tlil- i-»i(n|-any hur* i>iieraTi"d tbt ftb^ive rftiid > c« 
July -, hi-'L 



I 



Kaatebssill. 



287 



MlsoellaneouB Statistics. 

Entire line in 
Itkm. N. Y. Slate. 

Total BMciflped value of real estate and pergonal property of company $46,881 94 

Highway croBBtngs at grade without protection « 

H«hway croisings over or under grade 1 



Trains are run only during summer months. 

Cub are lighted by oil lamps and ventilated by deck roof and overdoor ventilators. 
American jBxpre^s Ck>mpany runs over line and pays for general merchandise 17^ cents per 100 
ibi. 
Compensation for transportation of mails is at rate of $848.88 per annum or $43.61 per mile. 



DcscRipnoM OF Frbioht Movko. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


Hour 


210 
554 

91 
4928 
6 
770 
180 
481 
280 

44 
776 


6.66 


QnJn 


14.00 


nests sad provisions. * ...... ^ . ..... 


2.46 


LnmbfT ...... . . . ^ 


11.61 


Pig and bar iron and steel 


.16 


Goal and coke 


90 70 


FBtrolenm and other oils 


8.28 


AQ AtiierniaDnfActiiirps...... ........ .... 


12.04 




6.4S 


AH other sgricnltural products . . ......... 


1.19 


All other articles not Included above 


90.84 






Tbtal .\ t 


8,718 


100 







Emplotis. 

kftn^ number of persons employed (Including officials) during year 89 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $7,188 88 



Name, 



Officers of the Company. 

TiUe. 



Official Address. 

Horace G. Touiro President Bondout, N. Y. 

Samuel G. Dimmick Vice-President Rondout, N. Y. 

James fl. Jones General Superintendent Rondout, N. Y. 

R. B. Jokes Auditor Rondout, N.* Y. 

N. A. 8iM8 GenU Freight and Passenger Agt. Rondout, N. Y. 

T. C. HooBNBEEK Treasurer Rondout, N. Y. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Horace G. Tottwo Albany, N. Y. 

Albert Cardoza New York city. 

Qborob Habuimo Philadelphia, Pa. 

Oboroe J. BLardcco Philadelphia, Pa. 

Samuel G. Dimmick Kingston, N. Y. 

James H. Jombs Rondout, N. Y. 

R. B. Jones Rondout, N. Y. 



le of company, S^aaterskiU Railroad Company. 

leral offices at Rondout, N. Y. 

te of clove of fiscal year, June 80. 

te of stockholders' annual meeting, second Tuesday of February. 

' information oonoeming this report, address R. B. Jones, Auditor. 



i/^ 



Kepobt of the Kailkoad Cohmisbionebs. 



1 



KANONA AND PBATTSBTJBGH. 

(Date of charter, April 2, 1888.) 



For history of organization, eta, see Report of 18W. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMOV. 


Cash 
reslued 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on smoosk 

ootBtud- 

tog. 


Authorized by law or charter 


1,900 
180 


$180,000 
18,000 




Issued for actual cash' and now outstanding 


Ii9,m 







Funded Debt. 





Date. 


1 


I>'TBRKST. 


Amount 
authorized. 


AnMunt 
outstand- 
ing. 


QMh 

realiadoB 

amount 

otttstand- 


DWIGNATION OF 

LnM. 


1 


When payable. 


First mort. bonds . 


Apr. 8, 1888 


80 


't 


Semi-axinually. 


$108,000 


$188,000 


• 



Cost of Road and Eqnlpment. 



Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast . . 

Bridges and trefltles 

Superstructure (including ties) . 

Land and land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight stations. . 

Eogine and car houses 

Fuel and water stations 

Engineering expenHes 

Improvement at offices 



Total cost of road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1808. 



$800 CO 
877 60 



685 00 



SOOOO 



$8,909 71 



Total cost 
of road sad 
eqatpmeat 
up to Juno 
80,l8n. 



$49,l8Bfll 

6.237 SB 

15 08 SB 

96,590 9 

80,566 70 

1,480 86 

OOSOO 

4,100 00 

917 81 

10,304 40 

800 00 



$143,7 90 



Equipmsnt. 
Locomotives, i>assenger cars, freight and other cars 


$1,874 00 


$8.^ 6W 






Total cost of pouiDmeot ... r ............ r . ^ r t ........ ^ - 1 1 ^ t * - 


$1,874 09 


$8,€6 9r 






OpAnd total cost of road and coiiiDment . . t . . . 1 1 1 . t . . . * . t . ^ ^ . 1 1 t 


$8,584 70 


$147,6: 8 81 







* These bonds are not sold but are hjrpothecated by the company. 



r 



KaNONA AMD PsATISBTIKaH. 



289 



DxTAiLs OF Additions or BinrmiMKNTa Dxmoio ths Year. 

Durfaie the last year we have constructed 586 feet of side track; built a new 

freight nouse, 94x06 feet ; built a new iron bridge 195 feet in length; enlarged 

Uw office and arranged a new water supply by which our locomotive gets water 

tntomatically. Total cost 



82,809 71 



Inoonie Account for Tear £nding June 
Gross earnings from operation 


> 30, 1893. 


$17,760 17 


Len operatifig expenses (excluding all taxes). . 






12,067 68 






$5,688 69 


DeduetUma from income, aa foUotoa, viz. : 
Tbss en ptapvtty used in operation of road 




708 90 








Surplus for year ending June 80» 1893 


$4,978 89 


Analysis of Gross Kamings and Operating Expenses. 

1 Earninos. 






Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


rMght, all local 




$10,981 77 


$10,961 77 


^MfKirer*. ail local 


$5,480 43 
, 641 20 
' 618 91 

882 86 


5 480 48 




641 20 


fcp»^ :,, ,, 




518 91 


MiaeeUanetmt^ tu/oUowt. viti. : 
Otf mileage, lease of buildings, etc 




832 86 










$6,818 40 


$10,931 77 


$17,760 17 






Oprratdto 
Vtintsnance of way and structures 


EZPKNSRS. 




$2,588 96 








Mttintenanoe of equipment: 
Bsfnirs of looomotives 


$1,440 88 


Bflpairs of cars. ..... x ........ x ........ ^ ^ ^ . . 




897 20 








TWal 


$1,888 08 








Omducting traneportation: 

Wages of conductors and men and engineers an 
FttBi for locomotives 


d 13remen 


$1,882 44 






1,981 41 


00 and waste 




66 61 


Wages of Btatir.n agents and clerks 




1,668 40 


Other expenses for conducthig transportation. . 






84 84 








Total 


$6,688 80 


General expenaee: 
Salaries of general offlc^-ri^ and clerks. . t ..... t ... r 




$1,061 40 


GcBeral office expenses and supplies 




852 86 


Stationery and printing 




148 16 


Lagal expenses. . ... .... 




224 60 








Total 


$2,287 10 








Qtwad total operating expenses 


$12,292 87 




1893. 




General Balance Sheet, June 30, 

Assets. 
C erf road 


$148,740 60 


C ^of equipment 




8,771 96 


arrent aeeete^ aefoUowM, viz.: 
C koDhand .* , 


$821 9i 




C tt accounts 


179 9( 


J 


1 liaisand supplies, estimated.. 


600 « 


) 






1,501 88 
$149,014 88 







87 



290 



EePOBT of the BaILBOAD COMMI88IOIOCBS. 



LiABiLrriEfl. 

Capital stock 

Funded debt, $192,000; held as collateral against the loan. 

Cfurrent liabilities, a» follows, viz,: 

Audited Touchers and pay- rolls and open accounts 

Loans and bills payable 

Simdries 

Profit and loss (surplus) 



Traffic and Mlleasre Stattstlcs. 

Item. 

Number of passengers carried 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Total train mileage, mixed trains 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Track. 



|1S,OOOOI 



986 46 

100.000 06 

81,096 » 

4,978 69 



$149,014 88 

An load. 

16,481 



16,MS 



Iteh. 

only. , 


Through. 


Through 
and local 


Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, first 
class 


Cents. 


OentL 
8.8 


Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all 
daflfiefl X w. 


4. 









Main line from Kanona to Prattsburgh, single track. 
Sidings and turnouts on main line 



Mfles owned, an 

in N. T. Stata 

11.44 

.86 



Orand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts . 



11.94 



Average life rails— steel, 18 years; average life of ties, 10 years; weight of rails per yard- 
steel, 56 lbs. ; gauge of track, 4 feet 8Vi inches; ballasted with gravel. 





ERTIRK LIKE IK HEW TOEX 
STATE. 


Bridobs. 


Number. 


^sss** 


Iron bridges • 


10 


Feet 
488 







Equipment. 


1 

1 

La 


I1 


hi ' t'« 




1 


H" 


.11 






► 


«« 







iz: 


< 


^ 


z 


Locomotives, 4 drivers 


1 


$6,500 


90,000 


1 







Passenger, baggage, mail and express cars . 



Box freight cars.. 
Flat freight cars., 
Coal freight cars . 



Total . 



1 I $8,600 I 



18 



$500 
900 
800 



bk 



Passenger car is equipped with Westinghouse air brake; freight cars with the hand bral 
Split switches used on road, nine in all. 



KaHONA and PBATTSBUKaH. 



291 



Entire line in 

MlsoeUaneoiu Statl^tlos. N. T. State. 

Eigfaviy crocsings at grade without protection & 

AMnnffer car is heated by stoye, lighted by lamps (kerosene oil) and yentilated by wlndowa 
asd Tntuators in roof. 

WeUs-Ftego BxpresB Company runs over road and allows 10 cents per 100 lbs. on freight and 
ilOmr cent of the gross earnings. 

ne United Stales government allows for transportation of mails $42.75 per mile on an 
I avenge of 211 lbs. per day; if more, are allowed in proportion. 

DBSORipnoN OF Frkioht Moysd. 



I Hour, grain, oats, barley, rjre, buckwheat and hay 

lUveitock 

loodtnd coke.. '.*.'.'/.'.'.*/.'.*.'.*.'.!.'.'..."..'.*..*.'.*.'.'.*.'../.*.'.*.*.*.*..'.. '..^^ 

I )E>itroleam and other oils; shipments of manufactured goods received by railroad ; 
oompanies within this State from manufactories within this State; all other 

I maaofkctures: all other merchandise 

I ill other agricultural products, potatoes and apples. 



Tonnage. 

7,890 
900 
87t> 

1,800 



4,47a 
9,080 



Total.. 



Emplotxs. 

lAvwage number of persons employed (including offlcials) during year . 
lAor^ate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



10,64& 



18 
96,064 7» 



Name. 



Officers of the Company. 

TiiU. 



OJjtcial Addrest. 

k. E. GoDsrrBOT « . . . . ^Presidentand Receiver, 45 Broadway, New York dty . 

XABTm PiHirxT Vice-President PraUsburgh, N. T. 

JiT K. Smith Secretary Prattsburgh, N. T. 

A. K. Smith Treasurer Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

DIreotors of the Company. 
Name, Beeidenoe, 

A. K. aoDHFFROT Now York city. 

Xism PncNBT Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

JatK-Smfth Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

A. K. SMrrn Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

J. H. FosTBB New York city. 

Obis. O. Thompsom New York city. 

Chas. Knt aAfj. New York city. 

TItIs of company, The Kanona and Prattsburgh Railroad Company. 

Ocoeral offices at Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, January 1. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, April 20. 

far information concerning this report, address A. E. Godeffroy, 45 Broadway, New York city 



KSESEVHiLE, ATTSABLE CHASM AND LAKE CHAMPLAIN. 

(Date of charter, April 4, 1860.) 



y For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1809. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 



Number 
of shares. 



Total par 
value. 



Cash realised 
on amount 
outstanding. 



|iil riled by law or charter 

^ for actaal cash and now outstanding. . . , 



6,000 
3,071 



$60,000 
80,710 



$ao,7i<^ 



Y of stockholders. . 



M 



! road was put in Receiver's hands, June 1, 1899, and Is still operated in that way. 






1^ 



S92 Repoiit of TifK Railroad CoMMrssioNEas, 

Fi^'NOR[» Debt. 



DaSlfl NATION OP 
LlE> 



Dftt*", 



Whfn 



Flrfit inorignsfe. 



T»cc. 1, IKHO ' -^(1 I "(>'! Jun«> i [Pec. 

I I 



Acioupt 

author- 

j?ed. 


Amount 
mitet&nd- 


Cub 
onaniiini* 


^aojMw 


fM,OU<> 


l^iOOO 



CuHt i^f JliJ'Ud utul l::i]iilMitJfiit» 



HiMfJ. 



BridL't's . 



RallH .., ,, 



Larnl ,.>.,. ..,.,,,, .... J 

L&ijlJ dai niijT*-^^. ,.,.., . ,......* . _ 

Pttiu^'ij^-i-r run! f r*- if^lit stilt k <Ti*i , . .„,,.., 

KdkI nr aiJi I 4 'tt t* bf>Ui^« .,.►,.. , . . , . 

HiSi^ji^. iiiin-birii'rj' ajul Luols . , , , . 

Fut'j diml urtlur Biati'ins , ,., , _. 

Imnrt'^st and diHCi'iiiut tlmrK^'il lo p'i*ii;4rt-iiL-liini . 

Road nui(t 'ij eL4hif;nn, K^H^l(llu^ n^,Li*.iiirv aud fcndn^, 
Ttj]e;t;rA|di Kijf* ,...., 



A dditions or Total i:*«t rf 
liptltTiiientji ri-iad aiiil 

d M r i n p jt^nr ttj^ui ji rmt^til up 
t'tLdJopf June 



m. im^ 



wJumSL 
1559- 



$511 04 I 



Tdlal L'i>st of rnad. 



f511 01 



l,r^I U 

22S& 
SON 



FHSSi*nt'<^r t-Ltra 

Bari^eH, i\(n%U and lit^s . 



l!<^t iri!!iM. 



^i5 00 



147 » 



Ti ilal r{»a1. of i>i ^ ui^ intri 1 1 ,,.,_.,,., 
Granil Ln<ali-iLSt i.f mnri juid i .|idpii-^if^t . 



S«i^ kki 



[>Eruj.s mk Aniii.i.ii'NH »H4 f'l;! rniMKVTK LiraiNO tqe Vh.ar. 






JlM'IIMI*' Al'tntlllt ii^^■ \ V\ 

Or<JKL^ p*aririM*;v rruMi J.fN-tiiM-ii| . ,, . 

N%^t li^arnliii'^ fp'.-iiM'fi 'I'aU n - 

firosj^ inri^iiM' Tri'tk rdi -i'lHu i - . ,, 



1^114 1 hii: .J II lit' :H), 18U^. 






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mm 






i^.^lA 



ln,t»*rvs| on rutuVd df•^^t diij. t^"* ,]ri'Mii d, ,.. 
TaxHS Mis ]*rii|i('|-,» nsi-i| in ..i"M-n'ii''i rf mU'L. 
TflJil',*^ ntlli'-^Tll.Ul iiIhim- , ,, , ,... 






Siirptns f«ir \iiiir ruiliJu. ,Iumm :^t], l^u- 



i:*8l ^ 


t^.*» 19 




, 


! ^,e4i« 


$7*3 81 


. i 



r 



ESESEVILLE, AUSABLE ChASM AND LaKE ChAMPLAIK. 293 



General Income Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 : 

Deficit up to June 80, 1&&2 

Profit lost, old rails sold 

Total deficit June 30, 1 8M 

Dktailed Statement or Rentals. 
LoccNoiotive rented of Delaware and Hudson Canal Ck>., at S500 per year 

Analysis of Gross Earnlngrs and Operating: Expenses. 

Earnimos. 



$763 86 
1,768 64 



$1,004 68 
766 06 



$289 60 



$600 oa 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freight, through $4,820 10 

FWght, local 2,431 11 




$6,761 21 


$6,751 81 


Pafisengers. through $5 649 08 


$8,025 90 
411 76 
480 00 


PMBengers, local :;!,876 82 


8,025 90 
411 76 


11*11 




Expmm 




480 00 










$8,917 66 


$6,751 21 


$16,668 87 





Operating Expenses. 



Maintenance of way and structures: . 

EepAirs of crack 

Steel rai>8 laid, cost 

Bepairs of roadbed 

BiHiairs of bridges (J Deluding culverts and cat- 
tle guards) 

Bepairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Benaireof fences 

Otber expenses for maintenance of way and 
itnictures 



Total . 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs « f locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



Total. 



Conducting transportation : 

^iges of conductors and men 

Wajfwj of engineers and firemen 

IWl for loc':>motive8 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other iraln Hupplies or expenses 

Wa^ of station agents and clerks 

BUtion supplies 

Wajfes «f watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
Oih#rr expenses for conducting transportation. . 



Total . 



I 



G^ 
6t 
Ou 
U 

u 

Te 
Xi 



''eT'il ejrpenses : 

al office expenses and supplies 

Dery and printing 

le agencies and advertlsitg 

expenses 

•od damage of freight, and baggage 

^ to cattle and property 

raph maintenance and operation 

^ of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
e) 



tal. 



^ total operating expenses.. 



$363 98 
8.1 08 
204 44 

56 68 

63 10 

64 60 

4 39 



$1,578 12 



$103 48 
03 60 
165 00 



$302 13 



$600 08 
713 44 
2,030 26 
140 19 
84 17 
10 05 
7W) 00 
20 02 
190 00 
897 60 



$4,904 81 



$0 50 
41 26 
47 50 
25 19 



12 50 
12 05 



23 00 



$162 00 



$7,007 06 



$3.30 61 
821 08 
164 82 

60 17 
63 11 

61 32 



81,497 87 



$^6 48 
41 61 



$158 09 



$543 42 

652 72 

1,812 83 

126 11 

34 16 

14 04 

680 00 

29 22 

170 00 

244 80 



$4,307 80 



$6 60 

"l8*86 
25 55 ; 
12 50 I 

9 09 j 

98 22 I 



$170 72 ! 



$6,133 48 I 



$708 44 

1,642 14 

369 26 

106 86 
126 21 
118 8» 

877 



$3,075 40 



$190 01 
165 31 
165 00 



$620 2$ 



$1.143 60 

1,866 16 

8,848 09 

275 PO 

68 33 

24 00 

1,440 00 

49 24 

860 00 

642 40 



$9,212 11 



$0 60 
47 76 
47 50 
44 06 
26 66 
25 00 
21 14 

121 2S 



$832 78 



$13,110:64 



^■\ - ■ 



i 



294 Bbpobt of the Eailboad Oommissiokebs. 

General Balanee Sheet, Jane 80, 1808. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $«,a6l 

Ck>st of equipment. 8,810 4 

Current oiseU^ (ufoUotot^ viz.: 

CSashonhand $1,784 14 

Due by agents 694 84 

Open accounts 906 71 

Materials and supplies 609 00 

I 8,764 19 

Profit and loss (deficiency) VBVi 

$68,968 IT 

LlABILXTIBS. 

Capital Stock $80,710 09 

Funded debt 80,000 00 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $160 00 

Open accounts 8,098 77 _ 

8,M2 77 

l«8,W77 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 




ITKM. 


Through. 


LocaL 


TotsL 




17,966 

97,818 

8,798 

49,881 


11,681 
66,816 
7,641 
4<,681 


«,880 


KiimhAr f\t ruuNAncrAni nttrrit^A nnA mllA 


168,084 


Number of tons of freight can^wl , . r ,,..., 


168IB 


Number of tons of freight carried one mUe 


9b;ib 



Mixed train mileage . 



M,410 



Item. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 
Average rate recelyed per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 
Average rate receired per mUe per ton for carrying freight, all * 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Track. 

Main line authorized from Port Kent to Keeseyille, single track 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 

Total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 



Through sod 

locaL Oenti. 

5.« 

7.88 



BCiles owned, sn 

in N. T. Ststow 

5.64 

.88 



Laid with steel rail, main line. , 
Laid with iron rail, main line. . . 



5.96 



1.M6 
4.8» 



Weight of rails per yard— steel, 60 lbs.; iron, 66 lbs.; gauge of track 4 feet 8^ inches. Bal- 
lasted with sand. 



Bridges. 



Iron bridges 

Wooden oridges 
Wooden trestles 

Total 



or KEW TORE STATS. 



Number. 



18 




Eeeseyillb, Aubable Chasm and Lake Champlaik. 295 

Besortptlon of Boad and EqiLlpment — (Continued) 









1| 


H. 




Equifmxmt. 


1 


8" i 
0. 


^ 1 
at 






o 


o^B 


6^0 






% 


» 


^ 


f*»i4H!liM» pAweng^r care. , , 


2 


a 


8 







Air and hand brakes, patent and link couplings, on oars, 
aad four-stub switches, sidings. 

Mtscellaneons Statistics. 



Three-point switches, main line, 



Entire line in 
ITXM. N. T. State. 

Tekcraph owned and operated by company, miles 6.7B 

IMaiaaBeaed value of real estate and personal property of company $5,600 

Lngth of steel rails laid during the year in repairs, miles 1 .00 

Piwenger oars are heated by ooal stoves, lighted with kerosene and ventilated by raised roof 
ventflators. 
National Express Company runs over line; service rendered at $40 per month. 
Xail carried for contractor. 

Dkscbiptiom of Fruoht Movxo. 



Fkur 


ITBM. 




Tonnage.* 
810 


erain 






110 


MMts and DToviflioPS 






in 


LhrTrtSAvi^Tv;.. :...::.. :^ 






11 


Lnmber 






8,066 


PSr and and bar iron and steel. 






1,421 


Coal atid coke 






2,878 • 


I^«<^imnn and oth«r oils. ...... 






808 


ShtpmeDts of manufactured goods received by railroads, companies within this 

State from manufactories within this State 

in tMe^^ memhandiife 


6,660 
284 


AH other agricultural products 
AB other articles not included a 






214 


kbove. .......' 




071 










ToUl 




16,880 




Emplotbs. 
ployed (indudinfl: officials) during year. . 
nd wages paid them 

Officers of tbe Company. 

Title. 
President 






Average number of persons em 
Name. 

Itnmifmn IT. BlSnt 




10 


Official Ad 
. KeeeeviUe, 
. KeeseviUe, 
. Keeseville, 
. Keeseville, 
. KeeseviUe, 

Reeiden 
. Keeseville, 
. KeeseviUe, 
. KeeseviUe, 
. KeeoevUle, 
. KeesevUle, 
. Keeseville, 
. KeeseviUe, 
. KeeseviUe, 
. KeesevillH, 
. KeesevUle, 
. KeesevUle, 
. Keeseville, 
. Glens alh 


$5,804 07 

\dre$$, 
N. Y. 


Rirrus Psbsoott 


Vice-President 


N. Y. 


Gbis. W. HopKnca 


Treasurer 


N. Y. 


AdKLBBBT W. BOTRTON.... 

GoHAirr S. Tatlob. ........ 


Secretarv and Pawenger Agent. 

Gtoneral Manager 


N. Y. 
N. Y. 


Name. 
Rrrca Prsboott 


Directors of the Company. 


ee. 
N. Y. 


EnvniD K. RoMsnr 




N. Y. 


QlOfUIB H. KlNOAT'AT'P- - r r - 




N. Y. 


f^tHAsrr 8 Tatlor 




N. Y. 


IAS. M^ HOPKTKS. ....... . 




^. Y. 


>]nnrD K. Babbb 




N. Y. 


WttRY H . MouiiD r . t ...... . 




N. Y. 


BKUtKnrr W. RnTirmK 




N. Y. 






N. Y. 


[VTRAKI. .1 pAT.rjkNAN 




N. Y. 


ICBABD HOAO ............. 




S. Y. 


[nVAW H . ToRRKKme 




N, Y. 


BOS. S. COOLIDOB 




^l}.Y. 



t of company, The KeeseviUe, Ausable Chasm and Lake Champlahi Railroad Company. 
'eral offices at KeesevUle, Essex county, N. Y. 
fi ot dose of fiscal year, June 80 

I of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday hi April. 
Dformation ooncemlng this report, address Charles M. Hopkins, Treasurer. 



296 Eepobt of thk Railroad Commissioners. 

KINDEB.HOOK AND HT7DS0N. 

CDate of charter, January 9, 1889.) 



^wm 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMOK. 


Cashreallied 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value 


on amomt 


Auttir>rlj.ed by law or charter 


1,700 


$170,000 




Tmiif'd frtr iictVAl CA«h - , ,-.,.,- t - r t. ..,.. - 


17 
1,683 


$1,700 
168,800 


tl.TOt 


Imut^d fTD account of construction 








T' ftiil no™ outstanding 


1,700 


$170,000 


$l,7t» 







Funded Dkbt. 







f 








Designation of Likn. 


Date. 


i 


P 


When payable 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 

OUtSUDd- 

ing. 






& 








Flf St tnQrtfiracre bonds' 


Dec. 1, 18P9 


20 


P.C. 


June & Dec. 


$375,000 


$S75,000 







Cost of Road. 
Purchaae of constructed road and equipment 



Total cost up to 
June 90, 189S. 
$M9,7^ 14 



Income Account for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 



I 



BV 



Qinfi^ earnings from operation 

Lf^H operating expenses (c^ccluding all taxes). 

Net earnings from operation 

Deductions from ni^ome, as follows, viz.: 

Inter* .HI on funded debt due and accrued 

ReTit nlft, Boston and Albany 

Tmeti nti property used in operation of road. . . 



Surplus for year ending June 30, 1893. 



General It come Account. 



Burpluia f'^r year ending June 80, 1898 . 
SurphiB up to June 30, 1892 



Sundry chdrges for Interest on floating debt and other items . 
Total surplus June 80, 1893 



Dbtailkd Statement of Rentals. 
Boston and Albany Railroad Company 



$12,830 OO 

7,500 00 

448 04 



$4,448 49 
:Sl,l55 47 



$44 421 Sr 

19,696 04 



$^,7»a 



90,278 04 



$4,448 41 



$25.806 91 
8,08 11 



$23,880 84 



$7.500 00- 



KiKDEBHOOK AND HcDSON. 



297 



Analysis of Gross Eamlngrs and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 



height, all local 

PMBeogers, all local . 
KaU. 



Kqiress 

Mflsage 

Total gross earnings . 



Passengers. 



$19,961 96 
857 84 
519 26 



$21,859 08 



OP5RATTKO 

Ham /ena tiff of vsay and xirviXsiuTts; 

Rifiakfi or track, . . « , , « , , . 

Repairs of roadbed , » » * 

l«p«lr« nf bridges (incJudlug culverts and 

oattl^ fTu^ds) 

topaint of gidttoos, sUops^ docks, etc , - , 

Bnalrs oT fences. 

Otber eip^naea for maintf'Qaoce of ^&y aD^I 

lyiicturefl.........*... 



Expenses. 



Mai'^enanc^ of €qu.lpment: 

Bipalrv f>f If>ct»iiJotlve*i ...,.,,,.„.*♦.,„..[ 

bpalrs of einrar ..<............... 

BnialfS to inachlneFy aud tools, . .», , I 

IXber eipensi^s for maintenance of equipment J 



Total. 



OomdvuciiTiQ trangpartaiioni 
Waives of coudUctoTTS and men . . 
^Mgoa of engineers and firemen . 
Vnel for JocomoUves..,,, *,...,* 

CQand WAMte. 

iTftln supplies or expenses, 



WagH of tttalicn ageata atid clerks. 



WMg^itt watchmen, dagioen add switchmen . 
OUktf expeosHS for coacLuctlng transportation. 



fiinlirit^ of geperaJ officers and clerics. 
Getii^rBl ofTloe expenses and suppllefl. , 

AtalionfT7 and printing. 4 , 

OtrUuIt^ ag^encles and sdrertlaing 

I«fal expenses. 



unajce of freight and baggage . 
came and property.. ..*..,..,. 



toAimge to _ 

t^jnrii^ to penvons 

Tfkgraph mfllnteoance and operatloo 

Other gc^aemi expenses 



To*al 

In^ totMl €ipar«Ui^ expenses. 



26 SS 

161 81 
88 13 
68 57 

890 



$519 51 



$677 11 

804 60 

635 

5 00 



$893 16 



$1,602 88 

2,206 20 

2,927 24 

150 83 

126 04 

1,010 00 

91 57 

360 86 

872 84 



S8.649 96 



$3,024 00 

281 44 

403 76 

46 80 

75 25 

427 

46 00 

68 00 

262 50 

366 20 



$4,666 22 



$14,880 86 



Freight. 



$22,904 15 



158 84 



$23,062 49 



$192 87 

240 62 

625 



$439 24 



$801 44 
1,104 10 
1,463 62 
75 41 
68 01 
505 00 
45 78 
180 42 
186 17 



$4.424 95 



?4,864 19 



Total. 



$22,904 15 

19,981 96 

867 84 

519 26 

158 84 



$44,421 67. 



$285 82 
26 25 

161 84 
38 18 
53 58 

890 



$519 51 



$769 48 

545 42 

12 50 

600 



$1,832 40 



$3,404 32 

8,312 34 

4,890 86 

226 24 

j89 OS 

1,515 OO 

187 36 

541 28 

558 51 



$13,274 91 



$8,024 00 
281 44 
403 76 
46 80 
75 25 
4 27 
46 00 
66 00 
262 50 
856 20 



$4,568 22 



$19,696 01 



General Balance §he«t, June 30, 1893. 

AflSXTS. 

'Owl ,'rc»d ,...,... $549,728 14 

BiUk • of this compftny .,.,..,.....,...,..,.* ^ »«.<< • 169,500 00 

rtat« 1,865 13 

I CM ^b*cd 113 66 

|€lffe hccounta 110 60 

$720,802 42 



^ 



Bepobt of the Bailboad Commibsiokers. 



Qapltai stock 

Funded debt , 

Current lialnlities, asfoUows, viz.: 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued. 

Open accouolB , 

Loans and bills payable 

Profit and loss (surplus) 



LiABiLinss. 



~\ 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

Item. 

Number of passengers carried 

'Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 

Passenger train mileage 

Freight train mileage 



Total train mileage. 



Itcm. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

JlTerage rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for canying freight, all classes . 

Description of Road and Equipment. 



$170,000 1» 
879,000 00 

85,0S7 50 
85,087 n 
«,SK70 
88,880 84 

$780,8080 



AU local. 

8,»0 
58['.8f7 

80.746 
206,086 

uA 

11,881 



AUlooil. 



Miles o^ 
New York 



8.8 

11.11 



■UlB 



Main line authorized, from Niverville to Hudson Junction 
Sidings and turnouts on main line 



i6.n 

1.00 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts . 



le.ss 

1.00 



Laid with steel rail, main line 

laid with steel rail, branches, or other roads ■ 

Average life of rails — steel, 15 years; weight of rails per yard— steel, mi^-rimiim, 56 Ibi; 
gauge of ti'ack, 4 feet 8^ inches; ballasted with gravel. 





Bridqes. 


BHTiBS um nr srw toik 

STATm. 




Number. 


^sg?* 


Iron bridges ........... t . i «>. 1 1 1 ... t ...•• 1 1 • t ...•.•....•..•...•. . 


4 
1 


808 


Wooden f>ridge0. , . . » ■» 


80 








Total 


6 


<]8 







Equipicbnt. 



Locomotives, 4 drivers 

Ffrst-class passenger cars 

Baggage, mail and express cars 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Goal freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

Service cars 

Total 



80,000 



17 



jl 



It. 



86,000 
86,000 



28,0 

20,000 

18,000 

760 



KiNDEBHOOK AND HuDBON. 



299 



0>n equipped with Westlnghoiue brake and Clarke-Jeffrey couplW. 
All iplli twliches, Bteel rail frog. 

B^liff^M]^ croflsiz]gs at grade without protection 



20 



MisceUaneoiis Statistics.. 

_«r cart are heated t>y BtoveB, lighted with coal oil and ventilated by side ventUaton. 
AinertcMi Express Company runs over line of road. 
Moaein tiom United States government for transportation of malls, $867.84. 



Dksobiftiom of FRBiGETr Moved. 



Itbm. 



Tonnage. 


Percent 


886 


1.8 


6M 


2.7 


176 


.8 


549 


2.7 


S8 


.1 


11,340 


84.6 


1.647 


.7 


8,647 


17.0 


. 1,00< 


6.8 


906 


4.8 


1,106 


6.7 


898 


4.a 



MmtM bs^ proHsJoiia 

Laml>erH ► » ^ , , 

Vig hnd hAT irt^a aodate^I 

Oofcl aji J crtke , , 

ftjtroJeiirii ajid other oUft 

Shjpm«itiu of uiADufa'.'liindd goods received by railroad companies 

*itbin this StAte FroEn fuMiufactcNrles within this State > 

ill other inikDufAiCt urtfs. , 

M other mere hand I se. .,. , 

iM Qthvr aj^rli-Tilttir'al pn jJ ucts 

AjQ othvr utjidofl D4t IQL-Iuiied above 

ToUl-. 



20,746 



106 



NUMBSB OF AOOIDENTB. 

Othen t^g pAssengers or employes , 

JSmplotxb. 

Af^ffftpe numfa«r of persons employed (Including officials) during year. 
Ajigrv^&te aiDount oi salaries and wages paid them 



Killed. 

1 



25 
$11,460 



Officers of the Company. 

Kam$, Title. Official Addreu. 

J. V. Cllbx President Hudson, N. Y. 

J, IfiTLuar Vice-Preeident Hudson, N. Y. 

Faurs Walts Treasurer and Secretary Hudson, N. Y. 

X W. Biiowsf Superintendent Hudson, N. Y. 



Directors ol the Company. 

Nisme. Residence. 

T. H, Camp.. Watertown, N. Y. 

J, tt, P^i^LfHO Watertown, N. Y. 

4. r* HoFrETT Watertown, N. Y. 

K M. Gatm Watertown, N. Y. 

J. acu^ix Watertown, N. Y. 

M. M. itjCB Watertown, N. Y. 

J.y.CiuRKtL 16WUllamst.,N.Y. 

PjLun W*LTS 16WUllamst.,N. Y. 

J. B, Pabsons Albany, N. Y. 

J. Bfekcer HfjSFORD Klnderhook, N. Y. 

^ Bh H u^iTT^anov Watertown, N. Y. 

'. G. BtJlIt^ Washington, D.C. 

«>Bi^K B. PnsLPS Watertown, N. Y. 



city, 
city. 



3 of QQupany, The Klnderhook and Hudson Railway Company. 
«nl offlo» at Hudson, N. Y. 
e lyt eloae of fiscal year, June 80. 

« of stockholders' annual meeting, first Tuesday in January, 
bf ormatioQ concerning this report, address Frank Walts, Treasurer. 



300 



BePOBT of the BaILBOAD CoMMIfiSIONSRS. 

LACKAWANNA AND SUSaXXEBANNA. 

Built, Owvkd Ind Opkratxd bt thb Dxlawark and Hui>8on Camal Oompjutt. 
(Date of charter, May 9, 1867.) 



For history of organization, etc, see Beport of 1802. 

Cost of Road and Equipment. 



BOAD. 



Grading, masonry and ballast. . , 

Bridges. 

Superstructure (including ties). . 

Land damages 

Passenger and freight stations. . , 

Engine and car-houses 

Engioeerine expenses. 

Telegraph line , 



Total cost of road.. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
aO,189S. 



S^,004S8 

9,864 06 

141 28 

579 5S 



$16,680 10 



Total cost 
of roadsnd 
equipment 
up to Jons 
90,1898. 



$499,006 S 

91,88SM 

88^,178 41 

S79a 

86,556 81 

19,364 68 

8,1«81 

10,878 88 

8,600 00 



$1,104,816 96 



EijUIPMKNT. 

Locomotives 




$108,500 00 
7,600 00 


Passenger cars 




Mail. bAflrsrae'e and express cars. ................................. 




5 000 00 








Total cost of equipment 




$116,100 01 






Grand total cost of road and equipment. 


$16,689 10 


$1,290,816 tt 





Details of Additions ob BnTKRMEirrB Durino thk Tkar. 



Benewing abutments of bridge masonry 

Grading for new passing track at Nineveh 

Expense, replacing wooden bridges with iron.. 

Superstructure for side tracks 

Superstructure for bridges 

Bails for side track 

Total 



$6,950 60 
44 78 



$184 08 
780 



$6,004 98 
9,864 06 



14186 
579 58 



Officers of the Company. 

Same as lessee's report of the Albany and Susquehanna railroad. 

Title of Company, Delaware and Hudson Canal Company. 

General offices at New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year, December 31. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, second Tuesday in May. . 

For information concerning this report, address S. T. S. Henry, Auditor. 



$16,580 10 



Lake Champlaik and Mobiah. 

ULXE CHAMPLAIN AND MOBIAH. 

(Date of charter, December 4, 1807.) 

Capital Stoek and Funded Debt. 

Capitai. Stock. 



801 





COMMOM. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Aothorixed by law or charter, lacued on account of oonstnio- 
tton and now outstanding 


2,000 


$200,100 







Vuaber of stockholders. , 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



Depreciation or 

betterments 

duriniir year 

ending June 

80,1808. 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1803. 



§ndlng, masomy and balUst 

*M«w 

Bnperatructure (Including ties) and rails. 

Uod damages and fences , 

nswnger and freight stations 

wops, machinery and tools , 

iBghMvrln g expenses 



*|60 00 



•60 00 
'♦25S"i2 



$123,847 18 
32,014 86 
86,709 99 

4,070 91 
81,888 07 
41,091 88 

5,680 00 



Total cost of road. 



*$868 62 



$387,727 88 



EoutpmNT. 
Locwottotlves 77. 


•$381 00 

♦50 00 

•1,804 00 


$52,880 00 




5,200 00 


IMght and other cars 


69,011 00 






Total cost of equipment 


•$2,285 00 


$126,597 00 


Qnod total cost of road and equipment 


•$2,608 62 


$454,324 82 


— •■ : — ..=-rT 





Income Account for Tear Ending Jane 30, 1893. 

*08i eamfaigs from operation $76,1 

MM operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 58, 

Het earnings from operation , 

**»m€ from other «ource«, a» follow^ viz. : 
bterest and rent '. 662 12 

Gross income from all sources , 



227 08 

618 60 



$17,614 48 



JMuetionM from income, cu foUotot^ viz, : 
fji J on property used in operation of road . 

n ■ oo eamlngB and capital stock 

n 1 other than above 



$3,610 54 
750 28 
83 00 



Bt income from all sources 

m«nt$ from net income, at foUowi, viz, : 

uds declared, 6 per cent on $2>30,000 common stock . 

nplns for year ending June 80, 1898 



$18,276 64 



4,652 80 
$13,62^74 

12,000 00 
$1,623 74 



• Deductions. 



304 



BkpORT of the liAlLROAD CoHMieSIONEBB, 



Dt^NcrliiHou fit Hond &iu1 Kiiuipmetit ^(OoQimuedX 



1 



EtjrrPWKNT. 


1 

3 

5 
4 


< 


IP 


'J 




LtJComiitivflfl, 6 dri ^ erii . , , , , , 




54,7Wi 


10 
10 


6 

1 




Lvcojjiotlv f s, A drivera , 










T<hu!b ,_.. ,,, , 


9 


-— 1 


...,-, 


6 , 






rirnt olasH pRtw^ii^*-]- cans 


1 
3 


500 




20 1 ' 1 


Second-claKS pmi-^eu^^er ours 


la .- ..,.H., 






Total 


1 





1 


1 






W'% f rfij^Oit ojirs , , ........ 


2 




H.950 

0.484 

7,li4<^ 

C,794 


10 . 1 ^ 


C'^al f reipbt cara . . , _,,,,,.,,,, 


5 



*"" 1 


Fbit freklit t:4fH , 

CnbooiK-. 4 wbe«i imrs ...*,,. 


..»«.. 


i 


Total.. , ,,.., ,.. 


31 a 


"'■-" 








1 







rirnt etfljis ims-^nper r: larlu-K rquiiinHfl with Wef^iinj^hrnirt*" wr brake, MUJer, buffer ud 
coupler; ^selxm^J-dai^^^ wilb bacil wheel Wake itod tink anri piEi ooupW; freigbl mud aerrtet cttTl 
witli mf}e Wvt-r hra},p on uLI T^hwls atkI Utik and pin CiiUpler: stub and tareelswlteiuipd^a 



MtiP&llHnf^ouH StAtlHiirn, 



Item 



Entire !ii]« ll 



Telejfraph owned bv tbU com pan v and operated by the Ne^^ York T«trahQn« 

fVunpiiny ,.. , ...w.-. ,., ,,<* ..*.. Jw 

Total a*fK#'HK '<1 vain*' 4»r feiil ( jttate and i-K^rROUH] proi>erty of company , » IM.8W 

RailmndH rrfi^sin^': rotid n^vr itr uriilHr f^rAiile ►,++..,.. ^ . . . . . . ^ ^ . . . k , , + , , 1 

U I^'h H. fi> rniHj+'iij^^a at ^-rflub- w b}i,i lut protection . , , ,,,.,*..... [ i 

Wf^hvfs.\ crMftsIij^Kover .ir uiubT >^'^Eld*^. t 

OvHrh«^ad i;jbwtrycUoiiP less UiJin r w.-n ty fvi.*\ aljove track, ,,... * " ' , ^ * 



Ffl^pcnjrer tiTJ-^ are hejkteil hy Bakf r ^Uv\m hejiter atid coal stoves, lighted irltb bigb teit dl 
150 per iNL-nt ith lamji ln-ntern? and ventilaTed by top «lde verilirator and mndows. 



l>BfiCHIPTHi 



Hi ST SlOTKD, 



IJICA), 



ToDoaKe. Per 



Flimr and fefrain .,.,., , ,,,.,,......,,,.... 

J4J'id>er. I 4 ; vvr** ^d, VM . bt4rk, 1ST*'* ,..,.,,.,....,,,... " ' 

Fij* and fiir inm and st^fl , _ , ., + ...*... 

Inm 1-r ntjjer nr^H _ ,,, 

C'ifttrtndr.ike _. , .,,.....,., . 

Felrol-ntii and other ollf* . . . . . ,.. . ,.,,, ...l,l[[[ 

SbipiruMits i»r riM Ik dno'l tired ynodrt r»»i.'*dved Uy ruElivrnd oc^tii]>anles' 
\*i[bnj i|j|> H^tiili- from ni.JiTint'bicttjrtKi^ vviiehi ihisStatH . _ .,.,,.,. 

Ah 'M liiT Eiiiiiin^riict iiretK . .._,... ^.,.. , ,. ..,,♦ ,.,.,. 

Ail oTbHT iiherrlrtndUe. , .. , _ .....^ ./... 

AJ] nther^ntele.H uwi Jnrhuted al^^vt^ ..<, .......,, ^..., 



S4,rai 
SI 

117 

oa 

474 



Tr»lnt 



EitLf'J^'^J'fM > 



SS3,79e 



.4 
J 

4 
91 .S 
1.9 



m 



NUWn^'ll or Act'lltENTH. 



iDjmad. 

1 



IlMi'LOVE-^K 

Avera^'t' nn[nl*erfif perHi^jisemidoyed U»L^l»dLit(^r offlclalflj durjuiry&ar, 
Aggrej^atv unioufil uf uulaite^ luid wamres ^mid them ,,.,,,», * ..».,! 




^1 



J 



Lake Cbahplain and Mobiah. 



»0S 



Offloers of the Company. 

Nkm«. Title, Ojflctdl Addreai. 

Gko. It SusRMAN President Port Henry. N. Y. 

A, £, Tdwrb Treasurer Poughkeepsle. N. Y. 

r a WiTU«RB«B Secflretaiy Port Henry, N. Y. 

E. b. Elddimo Superintendent Port Henry, N. Y. 

Directors of the Company. 

JVdm^. Rendence. 

Oso R Bhbrican Port Henry, N. Y. 

WiiTiR C. WiTHBRBBB Port Henry. N. Y. 

ALfi£HT E. TowsR PoughkeepBie, N. Y. 

Twxx^ S WiTHKRBCB Port Henry, N. Y. 

Jamvs a Bubdkn Troy, N. Y. 

H. N. BuxBMADK New York city. 

Title of com[iany, Lake Champlain and Morlah Railroad Company. 

G«]«rfU rjfT\eos at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Uttei nf eiow> of fiscal year June 80. 

Da%« ot Etc tckholders annual meeting, second Wednesday in October. 

For Inf orinafion concemlxig this report, address Albert E. Tower, Treasurer. 



LAKE SHOBE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHEBN. 

(Date of consolidation, August 14, 1889.) 



fw history ot organization, etc., see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capffal Stock. 





COMMON. 


OUAIUMTSKD 10 PER OBNT. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


OUtBlaDdUiA: 


404,665 


$49,466,600 


6,836 

■ 


$588,600 







total of oonunon and guaranteed stock now outstanding. 
'FuNDKD Debt. 



$50,000,000 



DtBmJtATlOV OP LlKN . 



iMkib ghon^ and Michlean 
Southem consolidated nrst 
tnoTEf^Kge bonds 



Ukt Shore Railroad dividend 

bondji , , 

BqSk|4> au4 Kiie mortgage . . 

Uke Shore and Ulch Southern 
vonvpUdated second general 

ort^ttes 

*!)lu M'ltiroe and Toledo 

•t mort^j<e 

Ivnaxoc) and White Pigeon 
tt mortgage 



rcita]. 



Date. 



July 1, 1870 



April 1, I860 
April 1, 18t8 



Dec. 1, 1878 
Aug 1, 1876 
Jan. 1, 1890 



30 



p.c. 



Whea 
payable. 



AmouDt 
oiitstaiitl' 



E»^., Jaa.l 
April, July 
and Oct. ; \ 
coup., Jan. 
and July. J 

April & Oct. 
AprU & Oct. 



$15,140,000 



1,355,000 
2,755,000 



June & Dec. i 24,692,000 



Feb. &Aug. 
Jan. & July 



924,000 
400,000 



$45,266,000 



• Cash 
rt^fi«d 
OD amount 
outstand- 
ings 



im this is a consolidation of several original comfMtnies it is impossible to supply details as 
i« piirpnses for which capital stock was used, or the cash realized for the outstanding 
Bd fipbt. 4 

rlaeipal and interest guaranteed by L. 8. & M. S. 



306 liEPORT OF THE RaILBOAD C0MMI88IONEB8. 

Total cost of rotd 

and equipment up 
Cost of Road and Equipment. to June 90, 1^ 

Tola] coat of road... 166,700,000 CD 

TotaJ ooBt of equipment 17,800.000 00 

* Oraad toUU cost of road and equipment $84,000,000 00 

Inodme Account for Tear Endings June SO, 1893. 

Groas eartiiti|irfl from operation 188.668,807 17 

Lefifi operattD^ ei£pt?iist:« (ezcludinfl: all taxes) 16,110 887 8S 

Net earakk^ from operation 17,442,419 01 

Income from other sourceSy aafollows^ t>Cz.; 

Interest and dlvidenOt on assets 493,568 SB 

OrtMs IncoEDd from all sources $7,085,068 40 

Deductiona from income, (isfoUotos, viz.: 

lutertist Oil f twded d(?bt due and accrued $8,198,470 00 

Eeotola 628,118 00 

Taxes 00 property used in operation of road 668,063 88 

4,468,666 91 

Ket Income from aJI sources $8,467,891 68 

i^lfmentK from rtet fticome, as follows, viz.: 

I>tvideDdfi declared, 10 per cent on $588,600 guaranteed stock $58,850 00 

Dlrldenda declared, )> per cent on $49,466,600 common stock 2,067,990 00 

8,081,840 00 

Burplus for year ending June 80, 1808 $445,961 68 

General Income Account. 

Burplus for year v^n^ihg June 30, 1898 .^ $445,981 68 

Burpluii up to June 30, 1898 11,709,881 SB 

Total aurpIuH June 80,1898 $18,156,868 86 

Dbtailed Statemekt of Rentals. 

Erie and Kalatrazao $80,000 00 

Kalamazoo, Allt^Kf^^i aifd Grand Rapids 78,600 00 

JamefiitowD nnd h rfii:iklln 50,967 94 

MalioiiiUEc 0*al Kiitln tad 21^,487 87 

Detrriit. Hilliidal*^ and Southwestern 54.500 00 

Fort Way tJi' aiid Jaekson 187,887 88 

8turgiH, Ooshen aud HI. Louis 18,080 00 

Total amoupt of rentals deducted from Income $688,118 09 



* AU additions during the year to construction and equipment were charged directlr to 
operating expv!Qse<;- Ah this is a consolidation of several original companies, it & impossible to 
furnish cost cf eai-h lt<^m of construction and equipment. 



J 



Laks Shobb and Michigan Southebn. 



307 



Analysis of Gross Eamlng^s and Operating Expenses. 

Earnings. 



Passenger. 



Freight. 



Total. 



IMfriit, through $8,288,288 21 

fnigbu loc^ 18,896,808 84 

F^Meiif^ers, through $1,818,470 21 

PMBBeiij;«rB, local 4,474,080 90 

lUil 

EipreB 

MitctUaneoua, atfoUowMt vU.: 

ItMt*.., , $880,934 18 

Ej^iii boRj^Hf^ 99,886 66 

lll«^llaneolJ4i 11,066 11 

Tote] iTo«8 earnings 



$5,786,491 11 

1,826,986 70 

580,001 93 



904,912 68 



$15,519,591 65 



186,824 85 



$16,519,691 55 



6,786,491 11 

1,826,985 70 

580,001 98 



801,886 88 



$7,847,891 27 



$16,705,916 90 



$28,558,807 17 



Opkratino Expxnsjcs. 



Maintrnancv of way and Miructures: 

Bep^ir^ of tnu;k 

B«(!«l railA laid, cost 

BeiHim of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and 

cattl*! ifUArdi) 

Repairs of Ht ations, shops, docks, etc 

&i*palt« of f^0Q*» 

QUier pxpeoaea for maintenance of way and 

■tructuret 



Total. 



Maintenajice of equipment : 

B«tHtn of locomotives 

Bep«lfHof can. 



Total. 



$127,860 97 
191 ,768 60 
880,664 58 

149,879 88 
169,230 12 
77,846 06 

18,524 68 



$1,650,258 78 



$885,426 10 

888,114 78 

1,464,622 92 

264,867 26 
280,753 64 
186,8^6 13 

88,846 65 



$2,788,407 43 



$879,242 34 
807.561 90 



$686,794 24 



$668,677 92 
914,196 79 



§1,582,873 71 



$858,277 07 

589,8r7 8a 

2 296, 287_44 

414,r47'0S 
439,988 76 
813,722 19 

87,871 88 



$4,288,666 21 



$1,047,980 86. 
1,881,747 69 

$8,869,667 96 



DonducUng trawtportaiion : 

Wsgiii of (MDductors and men 

WiM of eiif^ineers and firemen , 

fm for locomotives 

Oit&d vAfiCe 

W«t«r »ttpp|y 

UtbiEt traJD flupplien or expenses 

mini of fliaiion agents and clerks, and for 

Jsoor St Stat ioaa 

ItaJtlOD StJpplJefi 

Wvfesof viattfhmen, flagmen and switchmen. 



Total . 



Gt%eral expense* : 

I of general officers and clerks 

I fyfClctf t rpenses and supplies 

Uf^rj Aiid printlr g 

ie aflifiiojt^ advertising and contingencies. 

)i f npn^nst'H^ 

ud daiaa^ of freight and baggage 

■fre to caiile and property 

"km to pier«ons 

{Tsph maintenance and operation 

iffe of cars of other companies (debit 

ss4»ce> 

i payahle. 



$294,737 80 

5ri,597 10 

488,877 41 

_ 40,039 67 

• 31 ,9:^5 40 

8C,3:i(5 34 

784,766 46 

26,391 23 

255,030 03 


$781,789 19 
1,007,886 71 
773, 82f. 12 
71,655 68 
56,308 30 
28,388 19 

1,888,605 72 
46,532 87 
449.667 48 


$1,076,526 9g 

1,579,488 81 

1,212.708 58 

112,296 80 

88,248 70 

64,709 68 

2,168,462 18 
72,924 10 
704,097 61 


$2,480,301 44 


$4,599,695 21 


$7,079,9S6 65 



tAMl. 



I total operating expenses $5,880,4i>2 71 



$150,817 79 
1,194 85 
6r,:H7 78 
112,295 41 
2H,2fl2 32 
as. 4 85 01 
12.598 92 
74,379 m 
118,506 4J) 

37.221 39 
36.560 26 



$66^.138 25 



$288,500 22 
2,106 76 
101,891 0» 
199,114 93 
49,884 a5 
59,040 59 
22,214 86 
181,144 67 
208,949 96 

698,107 94 
64,462 88 



$1,814,418 20 



$10,780,894 55 



$4.33,818 01 

8,801 61 

159,678 87 

811,410 34 

78,177 17 

98,525 60 

34,818 88 

205,523 70 

827,456 45 

7so,S28 sa 

101,088 09 



$8,477,556 45 



$16,110,887 Se 



''I 



308 



Ooit of road 166,700,000 00 

Cost of equipment. 17,800,000 00 



BSPOBT OF THE BaILSOAD C0MMI88IONSB8. 



General Ualanoe Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 



Other permanent investments, asfoUowSy viz.: 

Stock of other companies $14,186,874 66 

Bonds of other companies 707,400 00 



14,962,874 08 



Other permanent investments 6,404,496 04 

Current cusets^ as follows, viz. : 

Cash on hand $860,082 68 

Bills receivable 8.400 00 

Due byagents 428,361 86 

Open accounts 2,786,868 48 

MiteriAls and supplies 1.188,988 87 

Siudries: Open accounts otMer than traffic 276,606 68 _ ^ 

5.478,106 80 

$110,885^ 00 

LlABILITIKS. 

Capital Stock $50,000,000 00 

Funded debt 45,806,000 00 

Current liabilities, cu follows, viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $242,911 67 

Dividends unpaid 1 ,610,670 00 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 1,908,404 74 

^— ^— ^— ^— — 8,656,966 41 
Profit and loss (surplus) 11,9K,851 19 

$110,885,887 00 
Traffic and Mlleagre Statistics. 



ITBM. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 


Number of passeneers carried 


116,467 

62 892,180 

3,286,860 

1,032,748,780 


5,618,047 

200,698,378 

11,062 418 

1,511,875,614 


5.e»,514 


Number of passengers carried one mile 


263,080,558 


Number of tons of^lfrelght carried 


14,S48,7n 


Number of tons of f reiiht carried one mile 


2,544,6»4,M 



Passenger train mileage. 
Freight train mileage. . . , 



Total train mileage. . 



5,m,ns 

0,029,:« 



14,151.006 



Item. 


Earnings. 

1 


Expenses. 


Profit 


Passenger earnings and expenpes (iucluding 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) 


$7,847,891 27 
1 394 
0297 
1 53 

15,705,915 90 
1 094 

00617 
1 739 


$5,380,492 n 
966 
0204 
1 05 

10,780,894 55 
748 
00421 
1 188 


$2,468,898 M 


Averafire oer Dassenirer ner mile 


0008 


Average per passenger train per mile 

Freight earnings and expenses (including 
rnlifoellaneons earning") . . . 


48 
4,976,58185 


Average per ton of f re5?ht carried 


846 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


00196 


Average per freight trtun per mile 


551 







Itbu. 

Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and 

freight only. 



Through. 



Local. 



Throng'' 
andloct 



Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, flrst-class. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, second-cla<s 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all ' 



Cents. 
2.033 

1.760 

2.087 

0.521 



Cents 
2.241 

1.650 

2.229 

0.658 



Om 1. 

S. i 

1. 06 
S 96 
H 



r 



Lakr Shorv and Miohigan Southebn. 



Desorlptloii of Road and Equipment. 



30» 





MILES OWNKD. 


Miles leased, en- 
tire length out- 
side of N. Y. 
State. 


TOTAL MILKS. 


, Track. 


^S5 


i 




it 


MaJb Htm fmm RiifTalo to Ohfnaffo > 


69.50 
10.21 


540 49 1 

690.85 ! 822.66 


60.50 
10.21 


540. 4^ 




918.41 


Total idnrle traok r , , 1 1 - t 


79,71 


1,181.34 1 322.50 


79.71 


l,4r8.90 






flMond track en main line ... ......... r , . t , . 


69.50 

8.71 


314.79 

174.27 





69.50 
8 71 


814.79 


Rfmwut tr«i»k Hrancheii. or other roads. ............'.. 


174.27 








TntMl second trartk t . 


78.21 


489 06 1 


78.21 


489.0ft 






Itiin) tr^t*k tvn mA.in MnA 




7.71 i 




7.71 




~48^ 
6.00 

54.07 

211.99 

"69 "so" 
8.71 
1.50 




RUfaiva and tnm'^iits on mafn line.. 


416.86 i 

195.57 1 66.24 


48.07 
6.00 

54.07 


416.86 


Stdings and turnouts on branches or other roads. . . . 


261.81 


Total sldfngH and tumnnts 


011.93 ' 66.24 


678.17 






OfBBd total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. 


2,240.04 

540.49 
563.41 
27.44 


888.80 


211.99 

69..50 
8.71 
1.50 


2,628.84 


laU with steel rail main line 


24.88 


640 4i^ 


laid with steel rail, branches or other roads 


861.14 


LkM with tmn rait.' branches or oth^r roads 


52 27 







AtYfii^e life of rails— steel, about 14 years; average life of ties, 9 years; weight of rails per 
yird— steel, maximum, 71 lbs., minimum, 60 lbs.; iron, maximum, 60 lbs., minimum, 50 lbs.; 
gsitge of track, 4 feet S^ inches. Ballasted with stone, gravel and cinders. 



Details of Brancbbb or Other Boads. 



Xin or BsAXCH 

Oa&OAD. 


From 


To 

• 


ii 


i 
1 


^Si 






rr 


XonhemDlTiaion... 

BuidittkyPler...^... 

Ashtabula 

J«1town & Franklin 

latMrnlngCoal 

Two short ooU 
branches 


Elyrla Junction. 

June, at S'dusky 

Ashtab. Harbor. 

Jamestown 

Youngstown .... 


MUbnnr June, 
via Sandusky. 

Old Depot, San- 
dusky 

Jamestown 

on City 

Andover 


:::: 


72.93 

88. .SI 
S0.91 
88.31 

3.58 
8.31 

1.50 
8.71 
1.W.8.H 
62.,% 
41.98 
29.37 
36.57 
.^.42 
65.21) 
97.8:} 
61.14 
CT.fiO 
85.81 


Owned. 

Owned. 
Owned. 
Leased. 
Leaded. 

Leased. 
Leased. 

Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 


72.88 

* k'A'i 

00.48 
2.45 


145.68 

3.72 

58.81 
50.91 
88.31 

■i7!42 
221.26 
64.81 
41.98 
29.37 
86.57 
58.42 
49.47 
92.31 
57.05 
45.75 
85 81 


3.58 


Sharon branch... 

JuKtioD with D., A 

V. a P. R. R. at 

Thmkirk 







1.50 
8.71 


1 SO 


ttlT«r Ck . k Dunkirk ! Silver Cr^k 


Dunkirk 




Ah-MDtvWon.... 

D.. JbT. R. R 

hi m 


Air Une June... 
Air Line June... 
Lenawee June. 


Elkhart 

Detroit 

Jackson 

Monroe 

Kalamazoo 

Grand Rapids... 

Bankers 

Jackson 

North Lansing . 

Fayette 

Flndlay 




«o ».:::::::::::::. 


Lenawee June. 




|. »r.p.R. R.... 
K. ftO. R. R. R.. 
». AS.W.R. R.. 
n. 'sTDeftJ. R.R. 
So L Central Vlch. 


White Pigeon... 

Kalamazoo 

Ypsllantl 

Fort Wayne 

Jonesvlire 

Detroit R. June. 
Qogtien 


i.^73 
21.85 


al 


10.21 


913.41 




174.27 


1,089.41 


52.27 



310 Rbpobt of the Railhoad Commissionebs. 

Description of Road and Eqaipment — (Continued). 





IN NEW YOBK 8TATB. 


KVTCBE U9B. 


BRIDOB8. 


Number. 


^fSIS'" 


Number. 


«?• 


Iron bridges 


18 


Feet. 
1,526 


150 
60 
149 


12,S86.n 


Wooden bridges 


6,478 


Wooden trestles 




20,8aB.9 








Total '. 


18 


l,eEM 


849 


89,116.8 







E^UIPMBNT. 



i 

I 






Locomotivee, 6 drivers 

Locomotives, 4 drivers 

Total 

Dining and buffet cars 

rirst class passenger cars 

Second-class pa88<»nger cars 

Baggage, maOl and express cars, etc. 

Total 

Box freight cars , 

Stock freight cars 

Goal freight cars , 

flat freight cars 

Ore cars , 

Caboose, 8-wheel cars 

Service cars 

Total 



906 
878 



$8,400 
9,700 



198,000 
l»j,000 



877 



586 



685 



191 



18 
281 

40 
152 


$7,500 
8,600 
8,000 
1,000 


94,000 
M,000 
47,000 
73,000 


15 
16 
15 
16 


18 
»1 

40 
18S 


It 
»1 

40 
IS 


488 








438 


49S 



11,963 

1,178 

4,976 

8,184 

50 

893 

864 



80.860 



$480 
480 
840 
800 
650 
800 
850 



80,860 
86,700 
87,500 
88,600 
86,850 
80,000 
80,000 



199 
909 



8,8n 

m 
i,0Br 



5,S» 



Passenger cars equipped with Westinghouse air brake and Gould coupler; freight can witk 
Westinghouae air brake and '>ould and Janney couplers. 
Split switches are used on main track on main line; split and stub on main track on brandifit. 



Mlscellaoeous Statistics. 



Itkk. 



In N. T. State. 


Entire U-^v 


186 


809 


18 


148 


2 


98 


2 


18 


68 


79t 


18 


988 


10 


188 


8 


«r 



Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles 

Length of steel rails laid during yt- ar in repairs, miles 

Railroads crossing: road at grade 

Railroeuls crossing road over or under grade 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 

Highway crossings over or under gr^de 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track . . 



Lake Shobe and Miohioan Sodthben. 



311 



FmamkffdT ciini ore heated by steam, Baker heaters and stoves, lighted by lamps aud i^aa and 
. jDtflat«d by end and side elevation and Creamers'* automatic ventilators. 

American Express Company runs over line between Buffalo and Cleveland; pays from Vt cent! 
to 60 cents per 100 pounds on freight. United States Express Company, between Buffula ajid 
Ghio^o, pays from 20 cents to 85 cents per 100 pounds on freight. These companies do a gen- 
eral express business, and deliver freight to us at our depots. 

Sleeping and parlor cars, owned by Wagner Palace Car Company, runs over line. The cbarg«» 
an $2 per double berth and $4 per section, and from 25 cents to $1.50 for seats in drawtug-room 

OATS. 

The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company owns and operates 13 dlniue and 
buffet cars. 

The transportation companies that nm over line are Red, White and Midland lines— cooper- 
•tlve; railroads own the cars and pro-rate expenses. Merchants' Despatch and EiiipitM lines, 
itock companies, own their cars aud receive current rates of mileage and commissloQe on ail 
freight secured by them. No preference shown. 

Aonual compensation for canying mails made as follows, viz. : 

Main hne, including postal cars '. $1,280^^8 ftS 

Branches and leasedlines ^^ B^ B?i Bfl 

$i,34^,3&4 ea 



Dkscbiftion of Frbight Moved. 



Item. 

• 


Tonnage. 


Per c^nt. 


Ftoor 


344,023 

1,126,010 

347,779 

529,664 

954,218 

939,041 

1,477,080 

8,758,437 

490,635 

78,807 
399,452 
8u7,:i02 
862,671 
2,734,154 


^A 


Qnin 


7.S 


Mwvtji and provwjions ......... ^ t ..,,. r . - r .. t t r - - . . '- t . - 


2.4 


Live Mock "....*..... 


3,7 


Lojnber 


fl.r 


P\sr tu\A Yynr iron and steel ................>...........tr......Ttr..rrti 


0.5 


IroD or other ores 


10. S 


Ooal and coke 


26. « 


Petroleum and other oils 


^A 


BUpments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories within this State 


0.6 


All o'her manufactures 


3.8 




5.6 


All other ae'ririiltti''al products 


2.5 


All other articlesnot Included above 


19.1 






Total 


14,848,773 


lOO 









Number of Aooi dents. 










Injured. 


KiUed. 


Total. 


Pusengers 




1 

11 
8 


1 


BnploTeB. >.............. 


81 
6 


42 


^S^:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: 


14 








Total 


87 


20 


er 







Employes. 

Average number of person s employed (Including officials) diulng year 1 T ^ 651 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $10, £39, 106 BO 



Oftioers of the Company. 

Name. Title. 

WnxiAM K. Vanderbilt. . Chairman of the Board 

JoHM NawELL President and General Manager 

Eowcf D. Worcester. . . . Vice-President. Treasurer and Secretary . . . 

P. P. Wright Assistant General Manager 

DwioHT W. Pardee Assistant Treasurer 

Nicholas Bartlbtt Local Treasurer and Assistant Secretary . . . 

Addison Hills Assistant President 

Ctrus p. Leland Auditor 

George C. Greene General Counsel 

0. G. Getzen-Danner . . . Assistant < leneral Counsel 

W. H. CosNiFF General Superintendent 

P. 8. Bloooett Assistant Gem ral Superintendent 

John T. rt. McKat General Freight Agent 

J. G. James Assistant General Freight Agent 

M. 8. Chase Assistant General Freight \gent 

A. J. Smith General Passenger and Ticket Agent 

K. C. LuoE . , Assistant Jen'i Passenger and Ticket Agent. 

E. A. Haxdv Chief Engineer 

}. W. Stevens Superintendent M -tive Power 

loHN KiRBT Superiutendent Car Construction 

!. B. Couch Purchasing Agent 



Official Addre**. 
New York city. 
Cleveland, O. 
New York city. 
Cleveland. O. 
New York city. 
Cleveland, O. 
Cleveland, O. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Cleveland. O. 
Cleveland, O. 
Cleveland, O. 
Clevelaud, u. 
Cle velar d, ih 
Cleveland, 0. 
Chicago, IIL 
Cleveland. <K 
Cleveland, O. 
Cleveiardt O. 
Cleveland. O. 
Cleveland^ O. 
Clevelaod, O. 






,f 812 Repobt of tme Railkoad Commissionebs. 

Directors of the Company. 

\ Name. Rendenee^ 

». WiLUAM K. VAJfDERBiLT New York cltf. 

y.' C!oRNSLiU8 Vanderbilt New York d^. 

l' Frederick W . Vanderbilt New Yo k ci^. 

A Samtjel F. Barobr New York dty. 

^1 John E. Burrill New Yvrk dty. 

ft*: Darius O. Mills New York dty. 

A^ Edwin D. Worcester NewYorkdty. 

k • Hamilton McKay Twomblt New York di^, 

{:^^ Charles M. Reed Erie, Pa. 

r ' Rassblas Brown warren,?*. 

' / John Newell Cleveland, 0. 

1, John De Kovkn ChUago, 111. 

^ James H. Reed Pittsburg, Pa» 



I 



Title of company, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company. 

General offices at Cleveland, O. 

Date of close of fiscal year, December 81. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Wednesday in May. 

For information concerning this report, address C. P. Leland, Auditor. 



LEBANON SPRINGS. 

Rbceivbr's Report. 
(Date of charter, March 25, 1S52.) 






On April 22, 1887, at a Special Term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York. WilUiB 
y. Reynolds was appointed receiver of the Leoanon Springs Railroad and took poaseestos of 
the property February 27, 1888. 

For a full statement of the history r f this road, see reports of 18S4 and 1885, and history of 
New York, Rutland and Montreal Railway Company in reports of 1886 and 1887. 

Cost of Koad. 

• • Additi.fflsorbet- 
terments dariaf 
year endinfr June 
Road. 90, 189S 

Bridges •^'*52 

Superstructure (Including ties) 6,410 a 

Fences ^ '2iJ 5 

Passenger and freight stations 871 w 

Total cost of road gO.W^ 

Income Accoant for Tear Endings Jane 30, 1893. 

Qross earnings from operation S64,flBS 16 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) n,lfiS 61 

Net earnhigs from operation $6,506 M 

Income from other sources, as follows, viz. : 

Rents .^19? 

Sale of old material 1,464 08 

Interest 4u4 90 

1,878 » 

Gross income from all sources $4,628 81 

Deductions from income, as follows, viz. : 

Interest on receiver's certificates $150 00 

Rentals '♦14 92 

Taxes on property used in operation of road. 28 79 

Transportation of mails 8000 ^ 

8i3 n 

Deficit for year ending June 80, 1893 $5,808 » 

General Income Account. 

Deficit for year ending June 80, 1898 $580818 

Deficit up to June 80. 1892 9,0* » 

Sundry items carried to profit and loss during current year 8,81* M 

Total deficit June 30,1898 $18,18 M 



Lebanon Spbinos. 



318 



Dbtailbd Statement of Rents paid. 

Beot of general offices at Benninffton, Vt 

Bent of grouDd for engine house, Bennington, Vt 

Beot of ground for station, Chatham. N. Y.-. 

Beat of grove at Lebanon Springs, N. Y 

Beot of station at Petersburgh Junction, N. Y 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income 



Analysis of Gross Bamings and Operating Kzpenses. 

Earnings. 



$199 tt7 
80 OO 
40 00 
86 00 
120 00 



$414 9S 



Ftsigfat, through and local 

Fisnogers, through and local . 

Kiil .! 

Express 



JAaoeUoaaouf, a» foUotoM, vig.: 
Switching 



Total gross earnings . 



Passenger. 



$22,190 60 

8,506 64 

900 00 



$86,687 34 



Operating Expenses. 



MainUnance of way and structures: 

Bepsirsof roadbed... 
Bcfwln of bridgts 



oattte guards^.... 
ntttsirsof stations, 
Bcftsirsof fences... 
Beoeiraiof ties..... 



Cinduding culTerts and 



shops, docks, etc. 



Total. 



MttiiUenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

fLepafrs of cars 

Bepairs of machinery and tools. 



Total. 



Oonducting transportation : 

Wiges of conductors and men 

Wins of engineers and firemen 

FtM for looomotiyes 

Oflsnd waste 

Water sopply 

OLiier train supplies or expenses 

Wages of statioa agents and clerks 

ftUaoD nippiies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



TCtal. 



General expenses : 
Sikries of general officers and clerks . 
G«Mrsl office expenses and supplies. . . 

!tatioii«ry and printing 

"b sgendes and advertising 



miSmLte of freight and baggage 

ige to cattle and property 

ies to persons 

T^ maintenance and operation 

ge of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
e) 



general expenses . 



otsl. 



i it 



1 operating expeoses- 



$5,287 65 , 

601 69 

188 64 

458 06 

8,186 77 



$8,547 78 



$1,048 06 

1,084 06 

848 



$8,060 55 



$1,770 54 

1,904 48 

8,948 81 

178 96 

840 36 

26 

1,886 rr 

45 58 

667 68 

1,048 81 



$10,614 47 



$1,061 00 

166 65 

58 80 

960 

88 51 

17 88 

888 

1 66 

198 66 



416 80 
""$8,006 19 



Freight. 



$87,181 41 



84d60 



$87,964 91 



$10,466 10 

1,808 88 
847 48 
916 17 

4,878 56 



$17,096 63 



$8,086 13 

3,068 18 

686 



$4,161 15 



$8,541 09 

8,806 88 

5,896 64 

867 91 

480 71 

76 

3,651 45 

91 06 

1,816 03 

8,065 64 



$81,889 88 



$8,184 00 

^18 13 

116 78 

19 00 

167 09 

85 64 

16 07 

884 

886 84 

1,976 84 
807 64 

$6,488 76 

$4T,900 79 



Total. 



$87,181 41 

33,190 60 

3,696 64 

900 00 



848 50 



$64,663 16 



$15,688 65 

1,806 07 

371 06 

1,874 86 

6 410 88 



$85,643 85 



$8,139 17 

3,103 86 

10 87 



$6,841 70 



$6,811 63 

5,713 31 

8,844 95 

586 80 

781 06 

1 00 

5,477 22 

186 61 

1,979 61 

3,138 45 



$81,643 70 



$3,185:00 

460 67 

175 09 

38 50 

890 54 

53 46 

35 00 

50O 

578 00 

1,975 34 
684 44 

$7,489 94 

$71,15810 



40 



314 



KePORT of the EaILBOAD OoMBflSSIOKEES. 



Oenentl Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1893 . 

ASSBTS. 

Qurrent asaeU, (ufoUotoSy viz : 

Cash on hand ISMOT 

I>ae by agence S,tn S 

Open aooounts 8,890 M 

Hateriaisaod supplies 8,9M 1« 

Profit and loss (deflcieocy) I8,l» tt 

|a>,l«tt 

Liabilities. 
Current liabilities^ aafolloioa^ viz.: 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls |7,M1 8B 

Open accounts 1,086 81 

Loans and bills payable 8,500 00 

Receiyer'tf certlncatee 80,000 00 

Interest on receiver's certificates due and accrued IfiO 00 



Traffic and Mlleagre Statistics. 



|S8,18B0t 



Passenger train mileage , 
Freight train mileage . . . . 
Ail other train mileage . . 

Total train mileage . , 



ITBM. 


Through. 


Local. 


TotaL 








73,008 








mjS 


Number of tons of freiirht « arried 


37,088 


16,7S8 


41,171 


Number of tons of freight carried one mUe 


1,S0,«I 









06,606 
S6,S08 
S.MO 



1]8,C 



ITKM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Prtfit 


Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
AvAnurA n^r naflHRnflrAr carried 


»2«iM7a4 
8607 
0401 
4678 

37,964 91 
8876 
0878 
1 045 


$33,)M8 94 
8143 
OMO 
4071 

47,909 76 
1 IS 

0M5 
1 88 


f8,«»^ 


A vAr&fl« ner oaaaenfirer ner mile 


OQB 


Average per passenger train per mile 

fVeight earnings and expenses (including mis- 
cellaneous earQinflTS) 


0801 

LOSL 

9,944 81 
8SM 


AvArsiTA ner ton of freifirht earned 


A varnjFt^ riAr ton of freifirht ner mile 


oon 


A vAKum rmr freight train Der mile 


fW 







Itkm.. 
Oomputed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying freight, all classes. 



Through sad 
locaL CWfta 



Description of Road and Equipment. 






mm owifB>. 


Track. 


Length in 
N.T.Stete. 


Sntiretan II 


Main line from Chatham, N. Y., to Bennington, Vt., single 
f^e^clL • • 


51.18 


& .18 






Total of tracks , , t » -, . f - - 1 1 r . . i . . . r i . 


61.18 


B" .18 






i.AJd with steel rail, main line ...... r 


07.85 
80.85 


i .% 


TaM with iron rail, main line. 


f 05 







Lebanon Sfbinos. 



815 



~ Wdgbt of rails per yard—iteel, maxImiiTn, 65 Ibt.; minimum, 65 lbs.; iron, mazlmmn, 60 
Ibi, ; mlafaium, 56 lbs, ; gsMge of tnck, 4 feet S^ inches; ballasted with gjayel. 





IK NKW YORK STATS. 


ENTIRB UNS. 


Bridobs. 


|7mnber. 


'fS^ 


Number. 


^fSIS*' 


trantridtini .** * 


6 
18 

7 


Feet. 
956 
479 

1,108 


7 
IS 

7 


Feet. 
074 


Woodcnbrldros , 


479 


Wooden tnHUAH 


1,106 




ToUi ,, 


S5 


8,688 


86 


8,556 





E(}un>MEirT. 



i 
I 



o ^.o 



JUncHUotlTei, 4 drivers . 



160,000 



8 



f^lnd!^i| ihjaB T^Afflpw^nppr mnl . • • 


8 
5 

7 


.... 


8 
5 

7 




8 

5 


8 
5 


BuraHifA tnaLil Auti MvnrfMS Ofini 






Ttotal 


.... 




7 


7 






6iacEtrt%ht cars.. «,..,.«, 


11 1 -.-- 


11 

















Hntfir cotipli^r used on passenger cars, link and pin used on freight cars. 
Both ft^fetV and ordidary switches aie in use on road. 

Bfiseellaneous Statistics. 



Item. 


In N.T. State. 


Entire line. 




51.18 
1 
1- 
4 

4 


57.10 
1 
1 
5 
4 


KaJQri^la cTot^iag f oart'at grade". ..... T. .." .' 


RJ^hw&y cruBiEti^ at j?ra<ie protected by gates or flagmen 

Hiffhivrnv <^niwUnKH o^p*' ^r under srade 


OwlMMd obstructloDs Itss than twenty feet aboTe track 



F44aeDg^r vJWi are beated by Spear's car heaters, lighted with oil and candles and venti- 

kied by ordinary TpatUators. 
NuLkjoaJ E^praw Company runs over road at specified rate per month. Z 
Tbe road sfrees to carry mail from Chatham, N. T., to Bennington, Vt., a» stated times, 

BiodlAed by changes to time table, for $8,596.64 per annum. 

Dbsoriftion of Frkiort Movkd. 



Itbm. 



Onifl ,, 

f^^ And prOTtelons 

I ttock;.. * 

I »r 

I E)d bar tron and ateet 

1 3T other ores. , * 

( md cnk«« .,«... 

I ^um and oihtf^olls 

^ wnts at manufactured goods receired by railroad companies 

^Q tbij 9tMe Irom maniuaotorles within Uiis state 

i ihet cEL&Jiuf licturt^a 

i Iber merchandise. ,** 

Ji "^er a^ictiltural products 

J IB- articles not IncLuded above 

al. .,..*.,>.,... 



Tonnage. 


Percent 


460 


1.00 


*'£i 


5.81 


880 


1 91 


887 


1.98 


10,141 


88.71 


816 


.50 


885 


.75 


16,805 


87.68 


198 


.46 


8,9« 


6.84 


48 


.18 


l'S5 


4.66 


8,686 


6.18 


8,771 


8.88 


48,771 


200 



n 



816 



KSPORT OF THK KaILROAD CoMMISSIONSBS 



Number op AooiDBim. 



Employes. 



Injnnd 

1 



Emplotks. 

ATerage number of peraons employed (Including officials) during year. . 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them , 



$«,8M14 



Oflloers of the Company. 

Name, Title, OffidaiAddreu. 

Wm. V. Reynolds Receiver Bennington, Yt. 

E. D.Bbkkktt Superintendent Bennlngtoa, Vt. 

Joseph Child General Passenger and EVeight Agent. . . . Bennington, Vt. 

Wm. H. Hawxinb Auditor Benningtoo, Vt 

Title of company, Lebanon Springs Railroad Company. 

General offices at Bennington, Vt. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

For information concerning this rq;>ort, address W. V. Reynolds, Reoeiyer. 



LEHIGH AND HTn>eM>K BIVER. 

(Date of charter, Aprfl 1, 1888.) 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt, 

Capital Stock. 



Authorised by law or charter and now outstanding.. 



Number 
of shares. 



13,400 



TotsI 



|1,8I0.« 



Number of stockholders. 



114 



Funded Debt. 





Date. 


1 


INTEREST. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


AnMOBt 

OtttSkSBd- 

i>W. 


Dbsionation of Lien. 


1 


When 
payable. 


"SfckTiS^'K"?!^'..Tf: 


July 1, 1870 

Jan. 1, 1880 

July 1, 1881 

Dec. 1, 1881 

July 1, 1887 

July 1, 1800 
Jan. 1, 1886 


90 

20 

80 

80 

80 

80 
5 


p.c. 


Apr. & OcL 

Jan. & July 

Jan. & July 

Apr. & Oct. 

Jan. & July 

Jan. £' July 
Jan. & July 


9145,000 

66,000 

800,000 

840,000 

600,000 

8,000,000 
00,000 


fl45.« 
46,000 


First mortgage, coupon, Wa- 


First morteage, Lehigh and 
Hudson lUver R. R. Co 

Second mortgage, coupon, War- 
wick VaUoyR.R 

Second mortgage consolidated 
Lehigh and Hudson River Ry. 

Lehigh and Hudson River Ry. 
general mortgage 

Funded coupon or certificates. . 


800,000 
140,000 
«0,t» 


Total 


94,846,000 


l«.Ott,8B0 














Lbhigh akd Hudson Eivbb. 



Cost of Boad and Bqulpment. 



317 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1888. 



Total cost 
of road ^nd 

equipment 

up to June 

80,1808. 



Uridiair. masanrj, ballaat, bridges, superstructure (inoluding 
ttfttj. ttad ra£l« ,...,. 

Uad. land damat;^ and f t^noes 

^ and r r^-l^bt stations. 

aad CAT hijUBffii, Bliops, machinery and tools, fuel and 
ictatlotkK ... 

by^Df^nir ^]fp*.<'n'3efi. ^ ^ , , . * 

Te&^npti line 

QO'iDmb$^k)n. legal i.«xp«DAB, etc 



$18,466 02 
8,188 75 
8,240 97 

2B8 06 



S3. 



257,025 6S 
172,061 46 
88,286 10 

27,204 51 

80,787 66 

6,788 04 

45,142 91 



Total ciiiC of road. 



$15,469 10 



$2,681,101 29 



Equiphknt. 

LocomoUTss ^ ^ . ^ 

Fivenevr, mad, baggage and express cars. , 
Ptffglit and other objh , 



Tola] cost ot equipment 

Ofmnd roial cost of road and equipment.. 



$48,489 48 
8,740 00 
66,780 78 



$118,910 21 



$120,879 81 



$212,960 88 
50,888 06 
807,740 91 



$4«1,0S5 22 



$8,242,246 51 



IhFTAiLS OF ADomoNS OB Bkttermkntb Duriko thb Year. 

Ktw iddit]^ at varioua polnt4 along the line $11 ,418 98 

Ftf«i vid wat<^ RtaUonB" Great Meadows, $1,452.46; Warwick, N. Y., $456.20; 

lake- Grtunell. $113. ■14; total ;8,051 10 

Uad c]anmf?«9 - odjuj^tment of account with the L. E & P. R. R. credit 3,188 75 

Fi^enirer and frti'ijirb^ ^ti^Uons — Warwidc depot, $2,006.86; Great Meadows 

twQdinK. SI .tH4.fi 1; total 8,240 97 

ibOL, rnA^ftiery on^l t4>oIg 298 96 

Buin^rHaf' expenses. ^ r 289 62 

tieieiT.i^iii ilot^. ^i^cotid wlj^ 1 .868 28 

LoeooioUTt^, five tn number 48,489 48 

Od« oombluatfon and one [>ajiBenger coach 8,740 40 

0&« bnodred box f relgbt cars, " Central State Dispatch Line,'* and four cabooses 56,780 78 



TtAmi. 



$120,870 81 



Income Account for Year Bndlng June 30, 1893. 

Qnn eAmltigs from^ operation 

lai op«rmtt»g expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Stt eamkiga frotii operntion 

hiOimt from othtr aourca^ a^foUotoB^ viz. : 

iDCAoie rrofu the operation of the Orange County Railroad 

QroB laoome from all nources 

Z)rdi4crta!M fmm iT)^tim€, (M follows, viz.: 

OQ fundad debt due and accrued. •.•••••.• $110,286 47 

8,106 44 



Tuca QQ propertT u«&d in opotttion of road, on earnings and capi- 

Ul floek and aU otber tax«4 

; on lntc^e«^b«:^aJ'i[lK current liabilities accrued noi other- 



'prflvld^isd for. 



14,969 00 



rpliu for jr«ar eodiug June 80, 1898. 



$507,169 15 
.942,561 48 

$164,607 72 



20,141 45 
$184,749 17 



188,444 00 
$51,805 17 



General Income Account. 



M for year ending June 80, 1898. 
inpto JuDe%i,l80Gf 

ml Airplui^ Juse 30t ISOS 



$51,806 17 
574 82 



$51,879 00 



318 Befobt of the Kailkoad Commissionebb. 

Analysis of Grots Bamlngs and Opcxmiing Bzp«ns««. 

Eabkinob. 



Opbratinq Ezpsmsbb. 



Maintenance of way and structures : 

Repair s of track 

Repairs of roadjied 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Otner expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



$8,477 89 
6,118 78 

458 87 
164 88 
896 65 

^588 89 



$9,970 31 



$13,911 66 
80,466 12 

1,818 40 
660 81 
906 2S 

2,186 66 



$80,881 27 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



Total . 



$6,716 96 

8,060 10 

106 62 

768 68 



$10,046 29 



$S8,212 44 

27,404 86 

496 48 

8,064 11 



$69,097 89 



Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Waffes of engineers and firemen , 

Fuel for locomotives 

Water supply 

*Other tram supplies or expenses 

*Other locomotive supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerlw 

Wages for labor at stations , 

Stauon supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



General expenses : 

Salaries of general ofiioers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Iniuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
ance) 

Other general expenses 



$5,662 88 I 
4,890 18 
7,684 91 I 
498 61 
426 04 i 
601 86 I 
1,794 87 
498 80 I 
244 04 . 
184 21 
918 00 



$22,683 40 



$86,961 64 

28,808 09 

85,460 99 

2,810 68 

1,872 28 

2,178 68 

7,177 48 

1,978 21 

076 16 

680 88 

17,250 20 



$119,108 91 



Total. 



Grand total operating expenses. 



$8,684 67 

868 67 

580 88 

1,188 52 

58 07 

24 00 

108 20 

707 81 

1,207 17 

6,768 86 
468 74 



$14,958 00 



$58,252 00 



$15,628 81 

1,010 87 

1,016 71 

1,488 16 

88;S80 

821 39 

057 68 

298 78 

4,888 68 

34,681 62 
5,229 88 



j 66,827 27 
$884,809 84 



* Includes oil d waste. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total 


Freight, through $881,088 64 


$49,698 18 
8,142 00 
6,021 16 

8,000 47 


$428,948 69 




FMght. localT. ^7.080 06 






$486,tM8« 


Faasemrars. through S84.106 88 








49,60116 
814100 


Mail 




Express , . . , 




olonu 


MisceUaneous, as follows, viz,: 

Extrabaggage $178 47 

C!ar mileager..... 18.688 48 


16,264 66 




Sundries 667 28 






19,884 U 




Total iToai earninsrs . ^ l .... ...^ ...... ...^ x .. . 


$61,966 80 


$445,218 85 


$607,10011 







$17,080 47 
85,608 90 

t,fl»00 
8N14 

1.100 7T 

8,000 44 



$49,85186 



$84,908 00 

80,464 00 

BOS 10 

3,817 64 



$68,74418 



$88,604 91 

96,780 87 

48,085 00 

8,804 19 

2,806 86 

8,674 80 

8,974 05 

8,466 51 

1,80019 

67101 

18,168 90 



$141,780 SI 



$19,167 98 

1,80884 

8,446 00 

8,610 08 

800 87 

8ir 19 

84! e 

i.oo a 

6,091 9 

41,894 )8 
5,608 » 



J 



LvBiOH, AND Hudson Kivkr. 319' 

General BaUuice Sheet, Jane 30, 1808. 

OoitornMMl tf^^. |8,681,1M » 

ODftof equipDieDt 661.066 22 

Otker permanent investments^ lufoUowa, viz.: 

node of other oompaniet 860,000 OO* 

OnrreiU oMete, cm foUowe^ viz.: 

OMhoaluuid $^,261 76 

Dwlqrtgentt 1,169 07 

Open aooounts 298,078 26 

litoriatoandrappUM 54,086 90 

TMBcbeUnoes 64,788 02 

482,178 0» 

"~»4,084,4>4 51 

LlABIUTin. _ _ 

Onittiaitock ^1,840,000 00 

riSeddebl 2,048 800 00 

Obrtraita 98,480 00 

OkHTwl UabiUtiee, ae follow; vist. : 

latarat on funded debt due and accrued (49,710 00 

Aadttedvoncfaera and pay rolls 107,186 90 

Loaae and bills payable 817,526 84 

aoDdilai 1,248 86 

IMBto balances 20,642 42 

. 496,814 82 

Praflt and loss (surplus) 61,8:9 99 

$4,004,421 51 



Tmfflc and Mllea^^e Statistics. 



Item. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 




66,848 

2,125,867 

887,797 

61,981,274 


66,178 

696,184 

80,880 

2,060,048 


188,015 


lumber of passengers carried one mile 

Rimber of tons of freight carried 


8,761,661 
968,677 


Rmaber of tons of freight carried one mile .... 


68,990,822 



_jr train mileage 
IMgfat train mileage. . . . 
▲Jl other train mileage. . 

Total tiala mileage. . 



810,645 
85,808 



484,862 



Itkm. 



Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
msll, eicpress and miscellaneous earnings) . . . 

Average per passenger carried 

▲verage per pasMnger per mile 

▲venge per passenger train per mUe 

fteteht earnings and expenses (including mis- 
owsneons earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per miJe 



Earnings. 



961,965 80 

50777 

0896166 

700786 

445,218 85 
4696 
0069575 
1 43818 



Expenses. 



f58;8S2 09 

47741 
08117 
65889 

284,809 34 
2085 
004448 
9152 



Profit. 



SS,-;08 71 

08066 
00184 
04189 

l(i0,904 01 
1661 
002614 
5179 



Itch. 

( tpoted on earnings from carrying passengers and 

freight only. 



i rage rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
TB. all 



Tss: 



rate reoeired per mile per ton for carrying 



Through. 



Cents. 
1.6047 



Local. 



Through 
and locak 



Cents. C^nto. 

2.4892 1.806 

1.796 , .67068 



320 Report of thb Rmlboad Commissionbrs 

D«sorlptloii of Boad and Bqalpment. 





mun owKiD. 


Track. 


Length in 
N.Y. State. 


Entire length. 


Main line laid, from Greycourt, N. Y.. to BelTldore, N. J., sinfi^le 
track 


14.6 
S.41 


68.S 


8M(ngf; And turnouts on main line. .... a 


17.M 






Or^nd total of trackfi, sidingv and tumoutB. .......... r ..... . 


10.01 


8D.S 






Laid with steel rail, main line 


14.6 


t8.S 







Weight of rails per yard — steel, maximum, 66 lbs., minimum, 60 lbs. Gauge of track, 4 feet 
8^ inches. BallastedTwith gravel. 





IN NEW YORK 8TATB. 


■NnRBUHB. 


Bridocs. 


Number. 


^^X" 


Number. 


^S^ 


Iron bridflres 


6 
1 

1 


Fwt 
888 
•88 
54 


16 
1 



% 


Wooden bridges 


« 


Wooden trestles 


1,881 






Total 


8 


410 


86 


S,6«7 







Eqitipmbnt. 



Locomotives, 8 drivers 

Locomotives, 6 drivers 

Locomotives, 4 drivers 

Total 

First class passenger cars 

Oomblnation and baggage, mail and express cars 

Total 

MUkcars 

Box f reiffbt cars 

Coal freight cars 

Hat freight cars 

Caboose, 4-wheel cars 

Caboose. 8-wheeI cars 

Service cars 

Total 



I 



SO 



$10,660 



III 



[190,000 

126,000 

I 80,000 



18 



6 
114 
688 

86 
8 
8 
2 



740 



6 




80,000 
88,000 


5 

7 


6 


7 




7 






18 






18 


11 







6 
1« 



r Passenger cars equipped with Westinghouse air brake and Miller or Hinson car ooupl 
Freight cars with Janney. Bohert, Trojan and standard Dowling coupler. 
Practically all point switches in use on line of road. 



J 



Lbhioh and Hudson River. 

]IIlM«ll*n«out Statistics. 



881 



ITKM. 


In N.Y. State. 


Entire line. 


TriMFtnh owned a-nd ontsrfttod hy oomiMUiT. miles 


6 


68 


Lncth of steel rails laid durine year in repairs, 1,%0 tons 


12.6 


RalirosAtt ojossing road at srade T .'.....'...' 




4 


Rsflrosds crossing ro€td over or under g^ade 


1 
21 
1 
2 
2 


2 


fngliwaT <T0flfllnir8 at irrade without nfoteotion 


64 


Hmway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 

Hinwiy ctMsfngs over O** under grade- r - - T . r , T . . , t r T . - - , . , , T - , 


1 
6 


Ortrbead obstnicUons less than twenty feet above track 


2 



r cars are beated by steam, lighted by lamps and ventilated in decks. 
WeUs, Fargo & Co. Express Oo. and United States Express Co. run over line of road. 
Pullman's Palace Car Co. runs Its cars over line of road. 

Tbe United States government pays the railroad company for transportation of mails f orty- 
tdredths dollars per mile. 



Bine sad seventy-one one-bund 



Dbsoription of Prbiobt Movbd. 



.Itkm. 



, Flour 

Onin , 

Xflstsand provisions 

Ureslock 

Lumber 

Pig sad bar iron and steel 

Iroo or other ores 

Oosl and coke 

r FstroJeum and other oUs 

SfaJproents of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories within this State , 

AO other manufactures 

AH other merchandise 

t All other aitricultural products , 

I All other articles not Included above , 

TWal 



Tonnage. Per cent. 



29,010 

20,008 

1,657 

998 

38,280 

25,468 

158,481 

458,696 

841 

186 
89,188 
55,002 
89,046 
110,061 



968,677 



2.096 

2.168 

.170 

.102 

8.480 

2.629 

16.860 

46.886 

.068 

.018 

4.041 

6.689 

4.124 

11.866 



100 



Emplotxs, 



407 



I Average number of pers6tas employed (including officials) during year ^ 

|JMgreicate amount or salaries and wages paid them $160,048 02 



Niune. 



Offleerfi of the Compay • 

Title. 



Official Addrem. 

OaiNKKLL Burt President and General Manager W^i r^vi^>k . S . Y. 

Joseph S. Harris Vice-President PlHla' jr) i <)iLa. Pa. 

D. B. Halstbad Secretary Nt- w Yurk city. 

JoBH Satbr Treasurer and Gen. Pass. Agt Wjirwlck, N. T. 

Gbo. If . Sbipmak Attorney, New Jersey B<*ivlciet^. N. J. 

Jno. J. BxATTix Attorney, New York "Warwick. K. T . 

E. X. RCT90LDS Auditor WiirwUt, N. T. 

J. H. Olbausbr General Superintendent Jersey Oty, H. J. 

Cbarlbs Caldwbll Chief Engineer NVwhiir^b. N. T. 

W. E. Bailbt Superintendent Transportation Wur^^let, N.Y. 

r. E. SMTre General Freight Agen^ Wjlj witli. S\ Y, 

« Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

GaurxKLL Burt Warwick, N. Y. 

Josbfb S. Harris Philadelphia, Pa. 

". D. AoAifS New York city. 

. F. Basbr New York city. 

. W. Clark Philadelphia, Pa. 

uiRT Qravbs New York city. 

uuwT A . HoBART Patorsou, N. J. 

DWARD Lbwis Philadelphia, Pa. 

». 8. Martin New York city. 

. R. Haxwbll New York city. 

■0. W. SANiroRD Warwick, N.Y. 

. R. Potts New York city. 

( Caldwbll Newburgh, N. Y. 



iof company, Lehigh and Hudson River Railway Company. 

eral offices at Warwick, N. Y. 

i <it dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

i of stockholders' annual meeting, first Monday in December. 

^formation concerning this report, address E. M. Reynolds, Auditor. 



32S 



Report of thb Railboad CoKiiisfiioNsss. 



LEHIGH VALLEY. 

LB880B. 

— Philadklphia akd Rmadxiig B. B. Od. 
CDftte of ohailer, June :», 1800.) 



For history of organisation, etc., we Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and Funded I>ebt. 

QAprtAL Stock. 





COMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total. 
Parntoe. 


Authorised bj law or charter 


BG,0CO 


16,900,001 






iHued for Lehigh Talley railway stock 


5,000 
40,000 
14,000 


|EOO,W 


iHoed for QeneVa and Van Bttonville railwar stock 


MOOM 


iHued for Bnlfalo and Geneva railway stock 


i\m\w 






Total now outstanding 


60,000 


|S,9O0,W 







Number of stockholders. . 



Fdmdkd Dbbt. 





Date. 


1 

a 
1 


INTSHMST. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


GMh 
rediied 


Dbbignatiov of 

LiXH. 


S 


When 
payable. 


onamoint 

OUtltttd- 

li>8 


First mortgage 


June 88, 1890 


50 


July and Jan. 


915.000,000 


$15,000,000 


$14,148,790 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



Total cost of road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80, 189S. 



$8,888,179 73 



Total oo« 
of road sod 
equipmest 
up to June 
80.1801 



$Si.8»,8H06 



EOUIPMBNT. . ^ 

Ty>tal cost of equipment , | $l,SIO,n5«0 



Ghrand total cost of road and equipment [ $84,MO,870M 



General Balance SHeet, June 30, 1893. 



Cost of road *. $tt.868,i ^J 

Oost of equipment 1 840,1 l« 

$9«,800,i )« 



LlABIUTIBS. . ^ 

Capital stock $5,000,* OJ 

Funded debt 15,000,< 0« 

Current liabUitieMf at follow^ vu, ; 
Open accounts 8,300,* • 

$84,800.1018 




Lehiqh Vau^by. 



323 











TtUCK. 


"^5 


it 


li 
1^ 


iAb ItsQ a^tboHzod from State Line to BuffrnJo, 

Tntil rif hnknrhpR or "th t^f rolMlB iMl ttinri wmI . . . . . n . . t . . . . - - . r - - » - t • 


m.aft 


'sijg 


17tt.«* 
106. S& 






Mils lloe laJd sfiKrle Irftdlc , 


171S.90 

lOi.ia 


"a!^ 


17ft. SO 


^lnj)<^^4^ fir n».>ii*p Pt muIa^ IaI^ if tn^li^ t"^^^ . ^ ^ n — - t - - - - - - t - — ■ 


lOB.Sft 






Tat«l itnj^te track »„,,,.,,,.*,,,.,„>,,.*,,, p * >.■ i • 


ST9.W 


8.S3 


2SS.4S 






^nrnu) tmok nil midn IIup ...^^f. .,. ^.^ ................. ...^ f 


iso,e» 


-IHIIL 


17^ M 


f^^iOflrt (rftrlr on t>™TH*hfHi or ftt.hm" f f^n^lil , , , ,,..,,.... x , n - - r , . . 


S.tt 


^^IaI BpiVin f1 t.mr't ^ .... a . r .............. 1 ... 1 .. . r . . T . - i i - t ^ 


1B0.B« 






^3i11firt in<1 tAirnmitrft fc"^!! Tnftln Hnf^ ...^ ..^....r ..iF...T.iiTr.i.«TiT.r..tt 


111.89 
S4.&0 





111.8» 


Sldlni^ ujct turnouts on tofWiCb** or other roada 


26.10 


ToLfcl B$dliigs Md turnout* 


180.48 


.61 


188.09 


UJd witli Bt^] rail, Tpa,[Q lltie. „,,.,,,,., 


176.80 

84.78 
19.71 


"i'.A 


176.90 


l^iA with at(!^l r&il branoliftB or roAdB^ .*«..*< ..^ *,. . -m . . , , 


88.56 


LiM with Jrnn rftll. }inuir>l],i4iL of Othfl^ r'>l^^ t - . . - . n r - - t i n . - r i t - 


19.71 







Anngelffeof tJ«B,0 yearfl; wetf^ht of rallB per yard— et«ai tn&zimam, 80 lbs.; minimum, 
Alhi^; gjKOg^ of tracki 4 feet 8)^ laches; balbflted wiUi ist^veL 

DsTUU or BoA^GHia osl OTHm BOAIW. 



HCIAI>. 



From 



To 





p 


1 


B^ 


^ 


a 


a 


O 


S 


n0.89 


Owned. 


6.42 


41.08 


Owned . 


.... 


R.96 


Own©*! . 




3.88 


Leased. 


.... 



lEfaaoft bnikch . , . . . . 

inhuni and Ithaca. 
C^ru^a branch. - . . ^ 
Wmard branch. . . . , 



VvD Etten June's. 

Ithaca 

OftfUf^a JuncUoQ. 
Hojt's Oarneini , . . 



Q^neTR Junction, 

Cayuga 

libuca Junction. , 
Wiilwd. 



64.81 
41.06 
8.96 
8.88 





1 
BnUKiaa. 


EKTIRB LINE IN NEW 
YORK STATE. 


« 


Number. 


^!»' 


IrmbHdgve . *... .. .* - . .* ..,.„„... 


1P8 

182 

18 


Feet 
9,846 


^ iden Ertdttj* 


948.08 


^ SsSSS::::::::::::::::: :::::::: :::::::::::"::::.:::::::. 


4,188.06 








T^jtal .. 


888 


14,481 10 









1 aber box freight cars owned . 



VXlUIPUJSIfT. 



8,000 

iseirKer can are equJpped «lth We»t[ne:bDUS« ajr-brates and Miller couplers. Freight 
nitb Jan tM?y< Gould, Tnurmond & Mathar couplers. 
BRen^r cars are heated hf stea^m from eti^ue« Ugbbed by oil lamps and ventilated by ordl- 

iJt£d States £xpreis Ooiupojoy rutie over tbl« road and pays a peroentaffe of receipts. 
UiD&n sleep! og cars run Dver the road ; the owners make their own cnarges in addition to 
IT fftreB. 



324 



Rbpobt of the Bailboad Commibsionssb. 



Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title, Official Addrm. 

E. P. Wilbur President South Bettiehein, Pft. 

Charlbs Hartsborkb Vioe-Presklent Philadelphia, F&. 

Robert H. Satrb Second Vice-President South Bethlehem, Fa. 

John B. Garrrtt...' Third Vice-President Philadelphia, Ps. 

John R. Fanbhawb Secretary Philadelphia, Fa. 

Wm. C. Alderson Treasurer Philadelphia, Fa. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

E. P. Wilbur South Bethlehem, Ps. 

Charlbs Hartshobnb Philadelphia, Pa. 

RoBBRT H. Sayrb South Bethlehem, Fs. 

John B. Oarbbtt PhiladelphiiLPa. 

Gbobob M. Divbn , Elmira, N. Y. 

GborobC. Thomas Philadelphia, Pa. 

EuoBNB Dblano Philadelphia, Pa. 

WiuaoN B. BiflSBLL Buffalo, If. Y. 

W, K. NiVER Buffalo, N.T. 

Franklin C. Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. 

Pbtbr C. Dotle Buffalo, N. Y. 

J. H. HoRTON Buffalo, N.Y. 

George J. Sioard Buffalo, N. Y. 

Title of company, The Lehigh Valley Railway Company. 

General offices at PhUadelpnia, Pa. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meetinf;, first Tuesday in October. 

For information coooerning this report, address John R. Fansfaawe, Secretary. 



LITTLE FALLS AND DOL0EVILLE. 

(Date of charter, February 90, 1801 .) 



The Little Falls and DolgeTille Railroad is a short Ihie of road located between the ▼Illagei oC 
little Falls and Dolgeville, and is wholly within the county of Herkimer, N. Y. It isorganiaed 
and being constructed by local enterprise and capital furnished by people in the riciBity of the 
road and who are to be accommodated thereby. 

The construction was begun in 1801, 'and has continued until the present Ume. 

The road is not yet completed, although it is nearly finished. 

There have been no consolidations with other roads or companies, and there are no leaaad 
lines. The only connection with any other road is with the New York Central and Hudaos 
River Railroad, at LItUe Falls, N. Y. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 


• 


Number 
of shares. 


TWal 
parTsfaM. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued on account of construc- 
tion and now outstanding 


2,500 


|9B0,0I0 







Funded Debt. 





Date. 


1 


interest. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 


AjnoDB 


Designation of Lien. 


1 


When 
payable. 


outrtam 
tef. 


•A mortgage to Metropolitan 
Trust Company of New York. . 


Feb. 87,1891 


80 


p.c. 
6 


Jan. & July 


$880,000 


I»),00 



* A mortgage executed by this company upon all its railroad equipment franchises and t 
Metropolitan Trust Company of New York in trust and as securify for the bonds of tl 
company to the amount of 9w0,000. 



\ 



LiTTLK Falls and Dolq&ville. 



325 



Cost of RoAd aDd Eqalpment. 
*QfUd taial fsoot of road and equlpownt up to June 80, 1898. 

DeftcHptloii uT Road luid Equipment. 

Miles owned, all 
Track. In N. T. State. 

Hafai lioe from Utile Falls to DoLi^t^rme, single traok 10.8S 

BldlB^ uid turtiouta on main JlDe........ 1. 

Total of tracks* «ldftiK< and turnouts 11.88 

Laid with Ateel raJJ , main Hne , 10. 82 

Wdf[lit of raflB per yard — steel, mojElmum, 60 lbs. ; gauge of track, 4 feet ^ Inches. Bal- 
lui^ with StOE^. 





BniD^ifi. 


BTATB. 




Number. 


^ISffi*" 


Inmhridgffl.,..,., ..., 


4 



Feet. 
786 


W'Mxlen tr^Mle* 


8400 








Total -. 


18 


8,886 








EUjLitfUEKT. 



Loootnottrcs, A drirers ^..« 
LooomotlTfis^ 4 driTeret .... 

Total 

F^^-cla^? panen,ger cam, 
Onzihii]]!! ion cam. ^ « ^ . 

Total..... 



I 
i 



90,000 
74,000 



k 



M 



7 I 



II 



1 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


2 




2 


2 



BosfMriit car... .,... 

flat frellffht can . . . , 


2 

4 


—'-in 


2 
4 


2 

4 






Total 


6 


6 


8 







PaH^nger and ftieJgfai can are eqnfpped with Westlnghouse air brake. Split point switches 
1* UEe OQ road. 

Miscellaneous Statlstlos. 

Entire line in 
ITM. 7. Y. State. 

taiameflsed value of real estate and personal property of company ,.«.. $84,000 00 

j^htt ay cro!»lr}^ at Krade niihout protection 6 

fhway crosidD^ over or ubdpr fp*m!Le 2 

'asfcrii^^r cai^ are heated by stnven: lighted bv kerosene, mineral seal oH, 800 degrees test; 

iTCtotilAtod by monitor r[>of, ri^ht aosl left TentHators. 

LDi^nciLn Eipneei? op^^ratos on lint!; do contract. 

lo eooiract with Po«t Office I>tpmn)etit for transportation of United States malL 

Tha luad Is built and constructed in all respects, including the right of wi^ and equipment 
4r for operation by a idnple contract The road is stUl in the hands of the contractor and 
^ttioesiof c^inslruction. It IsoxpectK] that the contract wiU be completed and the road 
^ed oter w the company on ot short ty after Januaryl, 1804. By the terms of the contract 
eommoo Rt^xik, f^.OOO, and the morteace bonds, ^260,000, are deUTered to the contractor 
the oon^trueUoti of the road. What aa<utional cost, if any, there wQl be, we are unable to 



RbPOBT of the KAttBOA^D COMM IS8IONKRfi, 



Ofllcflra of th« Comp^nj. 

Name. TitU Opeial Addrm. 

CA.KL iMOONN .*..-* * PTBBident. ......„...,..,. Dol^villi^ N. T. 

Ttttb Sbeahd .....,..-.*.»,...-** iBi VJce- President.... ,,,..* I>olffeidUt, N. Y. 

Alfred tfoLOK ..,.,..„,. .*. ftl Tlce-PrealtJeot *,.. , Dolgevlll*, N. Y. 

E&MUHO R. WAtTHKL...* Secr^Ury and Treasiuw noIpevUte, N. Y. 

Dlr«ci9t« of the Comp&nj, 

n AMfKvx^ , *,.,,,,♦♦♦,-** ^*^.**^..^^..^ K*twYcrkdtj. 

T^raaViAD::: uni«F|Uior.Y, 

ALrRW* lioL^i * ■ g^'nT^'lf^ N^' 

E. K. WAucmw ' ^*:^;^2''h*^'yv 

W. 0. MiU^XOAN * ^ h' n^t"" ^K■?^ 

j: j: qJS^t:::::::::::." ^--^ uttieFaiis.N.Y. 

E. A. BIWJW?! ' * golKeTme,N.T. 

EJIH8T POLSCBKH ^* - R^^l^*' M 

JlTLTUS BllBCKWALirr.... * S 1^1^ t ^S' J 

Edward DttDiCKE ^ Do getrt t, ^. Y 

KiAL FisK '*■ Hew York dtr. 

Title of company, Little Falls and DflljpeTine B. B, Do. 

Geuerfti oflflcefi at D[>lg*?^ille. N% V. . « 

Data of BtockhoWerB' annual meeting, Julj 1». 

For InforiiiAtion copcemlng this report addr^Mta Cbarles SulHTan. 



LOCKPOBT ANI> BUFFALO- 

LuBCB — Hew YoRKt LiJtF ERia AXD Wbhtkhn. 

CDatB of charter, August 30, 1871 . ) 



Th« road and franchise of tbi» oompany^ waa leased to the 9. B. h^ E- J. Ft R, Oo. t^yl«» 
daW St^nt^mboi" if* iST^t for full charter temi of lesai^r, and all renewals thereof, atay««riy 
iT&ntal \^im OtW payable spinl^nnuaUv on April 1st aiid Octolwr 1(^t at Importers andT^^' 
National Bank in the city of New York This lessee also to pay alt Uixes, assieaamnila. rfc. 
which inaF t>e tmpoBfd or levied upon the loasod premUieH; also U.t kt*p It^aaf*! PMt<i am 
nreuiises In nperatinK condition, and operate saiue regularly for freight and pasaenj^er i raffle, 
with privilege to Iwsaee to pay Interest on any bonds that mi^lit he iasued by te^Mv. andptj* 

And hf tmn-ifefw of iu least* the M. Y , L. E. & W. R, R. Co. la now the Bub-lessp?, openOliiK 
said Foa-i ainl brmiid u> carry «ut said Ipw oh lessee. 

Said orlidnal leoiflintf was before the roadiwd waa completed, and this company h« newr w«i 
»ii Mn*™tmir coinnany nor owned any r'>Ulnif atock or other equipmettS. teleCTaph I In*, etc. 

On^™eSt 1 IgJ'l, thirt compaiiy received from the ^. Y.. U £ J£ W. R.Tl. fio In ftiU settle 
meut of sJundrr disputed mattera running back to about iSTft, the Bum Of |;2a.ll6.0T, uid tJienv 
with, on October l. 1811 U took up atid retired the ontire lam& of second mortRage bond*, tJi* 

^ T^lfl^coinpany never kept any re^Tdar hooka of account, until, iu 1H31 It caused a a^t of bo<*s 
to be niftjle up froTu the beKlnnln^. ftQd the same have siacfl been r«KUJ*fly a^d 6ysi«in*tlcAJlj 
keot The maklni? thertsof aho wt*ci uiany error* In report* theretofore made as to the daMulca- 
tlon and amouitts of the eip^uc11tiire« of the company. The ii^iten fflven In this rapat ire 
tnm the new Ijooks and are bellt^ved to be accurate. Ttiey are as accurate aa it U pootiUe oom 
to make tbem^ 

Ospltol St<Ksk and Fuufivd Ofibi. 

Capital Stoohc. 



Authorlxcd by Uw or daJfter ,^_^..,j .. . . 

Inued for actual caab KBd dqw outitandlag, < 



Number 
of flharea. 



9,(100 



Total 
par ralue. 






0^ 



|t«i » 



Numbtfr of rto«lcholdfflra. 



LocKPoRT ANn Buffalo, 



327 





Dute, 


1 

1 

»0 


INTUWffr, 


Amoynt 

author- 

liusd. 


. Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


unouDt 

OUt^tODd' 


t^tdastiTN^ or 


1 

1 


When 


ttawrtKftiebofid*. 


Oct. I^IBTT 


Apr. 1 ^ Oct. 1 


1 
%m.m ' $140,000 |l4t,S8Q 
i 



» 



Cd«tof Road. 

Total cxwt or rottd 
ROAH . up to June aa,;i SG(3 

OrtdJnji, mMonry wid bftlla«t flT^TTa oa 

ftid««i... 7,1£)4 86 

^iipentmcturb (tQcludiag tfe«) and naUs- .,,...., ,,.....,.... 140,8^1 S6 

Uad damage*.... * I^h235 48 

F^cw.,. , , , T.eae a 

Puwflg«f &afl fre^ht Htattc^nSr fln>^De and oar boU£«i, ^opo, machitiery and 

k-<^lii, fael and water «tatk>a« . « . . ^ , . . . , ^ , 6,710 tS7 

EniTioeeriDK expensea .....*.,.............,........ b^t^lH ^ 

iBiefieet and dueount cbari^ed to conscructlon. .,.,.. ^ ,«,... ^ . ^ ., , *iL, IM AS 

Ott*r items 3&,4?0 OS 

Total coat or road../ |3»,W1 00 

Iiieoaie Acoount f^r Tear Kiidlny Jim« 30, 1893. 

htmite frvm Qiher t<mrc€** as foUowM^ vit. i 

Oram of road to Ncv York, Lake Erie and Western Ealtroad Co , 131 ^OCO OO 

Jatertit on bante depnali ...... h , ........,.,.,,... G9 20 

Groat {jjcome fram all sources .,...,.... , , $21 ,060 S20 

Dtductiona fr&m income, at/oltowa, trtr.v 

|jM«ffat on fundHl debt due and accmed, . . . . , 99,800 00 

f Tjymae nccouot, . , ,.,... 167 15 

0,«67 15 

N^et Income trom all aooreee ...............<. $11 ,109 05 

i^^fmetiU from net in^ome^ at /olioioa, vix. ; 

^tctobert^ }B^ dtTjdendA declafCHl 4H per cent ott $1(9^300 conv 
nioii «tock..... $5,818 60 

ipffllSv jue^ diirid(Mida declared, B per cent ou tlV^,^f}0 common 

itoclr 6,465 00 

— 18,88S 00 

[>eltdtforjMrendta«Jiui4^!)t}, 189S $1,181 45 

0«ner«tl Ineome Aecoont, 

[>«Adt for year encluii^ June 30, t&A . $1 ,181 46 

-k3fplti# up to JUQ« 30« 189^ 91,847 68 

TotftJ iurplua June ao. 1893.. $90,066 17 

General Balance Sheef, June 30, 1003, 

AUITV. 
t offoad , $365,881 00 

I oa hMUd 55 17 

$866,886 17 



328 RePOKT of THB RilLKOAD CoMMISSIONEBfl, 

OapltAlHtoek ..,„ tl^.l»W 

FODd^debt, , , „., Itt.QOQQI 

Old stock subflcrtptionA ,., ^ ,,.«.. ^ ^ » ^ « ^,£41 It 

ftolll atujl lc)S8 {surplui) ......,.........*».,.<», , . . 00.009 !T 



|»fi,»l 



OfHecTB of the Colli p»nj. 

Same, Tit 14-, OJJtckit Addfim, 

TBOMiuS T. Flaqlxh **..*y.. Fr&Hfdeai. **...*.... Loelcpvt, K, T, 

WnxiAU SpALDiwa ...„,,,,.,., Vlc**-Ppi»Jcltitit Lockpoi% K^ T- 

WAAHiNriTOH H. HiNHOMt . , ^ . . ^ ^ * . . . fiw:retary ..<....*... — ^ , , , . ^ ^ , . . Xjockport, 5 T- 

John T. DAftKirsoH , , TreMur^r ....,..,...«.. Lockpcffl N. T, 

Okorok W. IJowEH Attomej ,..,.. Ijod^oru K. t. 

Dl»l«t«r« of Ihe ComiiAAjr. 

Tuoiua T. FL*i>L£n **., ^ ^ ..»...» « Lookt><>rt. N. T^ 

WiLi.tAlt HpJLLDiica. ,,...,,,,<,,,,. i «« I ^ ..,,...,. ^ «.,,<., ^ . . , , Loclp'^rt, X. T* 

Joan T. Darriaoi* * * * . » »..»*..*..** **.,,.., Loekport, K, T. 

JoHw Hooai ...**...*...„..,*,,...**...-♦,.., , . , Lockport^ K. T. 

JLua^zo J. Manwfikld .►...*. tAKkport. S* T- 

WuXTAK W. Tritor* . . ^ , , . , , ..* ^ ^ HI » , . . ^ « ^ ^ LcM:kport. N. i > 

J AVEfi S, LinOLR, ,,...**......-*** Lockpart, ET- T. 

J. Carl Jackson. .............w^. , ,,*,,,. .,. I>x^kpoft, N. T. 

Wn^UAM UlciiKOWD * * , . . . I.^x-kport. H. Y. 

AKBRonf S. BxTERLY ..^^ ^..,...... ....^.. Lockport, N. Y. 

laAAC E. MtRarrr *- ,. Ijftckjiowt, N^T 

JoHK LANesRT. ^ ■ . , - , ^ . » ^ liOckporU N. Y.. 

Washinoih)^ H. H ANisQM ,,,..,... Lockpoft !r T. 

title of ixrinpADj, L^jekport and BuJTaIit RallwRj GompaDj. 

Q«ii«!riL] oillce« at Ijookport, N. V. f south west corDer Pine hUd H&Jd atreetsj. 

Date of clc^ae of flacai jt^Ar, June 30. 

Dale of Htockbold^^rH" annufLl mf^iftiEt^, second Monday in July. 

For InforniMlon ooiK'^Fniug this report, addteM W. H* RazLsoin, BnareiMij. 



(Dttte of clmrter, April 2i^ l&U.} 



For history of ornanlssaUoa. etc,, see Report of 18D3. 

June 1, t^l, thi» Stewart mllroad, from Floral Park to Hethpagv* H.67in11eB, and frozD ii^nm 
City to Henip«t<?ad. 1 .77 miles, wn* purehased . 

Capital Ntock aiid Fnuded Debt, 
CjLffTAb SrodV- 






AuthortBdd by l&w or Issued for aetual ciush and on account of 
oonMrDctioii and totel now oautandiui; 




Ntnaber Of stockboldfirs. 



J 



Long Island. 

Funded Debt. 



329 





Date. 


1 


iirrEBBST. 


Amount 
authorized. 




DanaxATiON op Lien. 


1 


When 
payable. 


standing. 

1 


Lonslilaiid B. R. oon< 
aolidated mortgage.... 


July 1, 1881 
May 1, 1868 
Jufir 5. 1878 
Aug 1, 1888 
June 1,1802 
Var. dates. 
Var. dates. 

Mar. 1.1881 

Mar. 1, 1881 
June 15, 1888 

May 1, 1881 
May 1, 1887 

Mar. 1, 1880 

Mar. 1, 1802 


60 
80 
40 
50 
40 


7 
7 
4 
4 
5-7 


j Jan. April., 
IJulyA Oct. 
May & Nov. 
Feb. & Aug. 
June & Dec. 
June & Dec. 


$5,000,000 00 

1,600,000 00 

1,600,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

500,000 00 

286,287 65 

150,478 76 

250,000 CO 

750,000 00 
600,000 00 

600,000 00 
1,250,000 00 

125,000 00 

2,750,000 00 


$8,610,000 00> 
1,121,000 00 


SjBooad mortgage 

Generftl mortgage 

Stewart Line mortgage. . 
Mortgage on real estate. 

Bqiiipaient Trust 

Brooklyn & Mootauk R. 

R. tnl mortgage 

Brookljn & Montauk R. 

R.flnit mortgage 

SeooDd mortgage 

LIitondaty& Flushing 

B. R., first mortgage. . 
OoBsoUdated mortgage.. 
5eirTork&Flua£ingR 

R., first mortgage 

Long bland R. R. Oo*s 

Feny first mortgage. . 


288,702 88 

8,000,000 6& 

825.000 00 

286,287 66 




U0,473 76 


80 

80 
60 

80 
60 

40 

80 


6 

5 
5 

6 
5 

6 

4H 


Mar. & Sept. 

Mar & Sept. 
June & Dec. 

May & Nov. 
May & Nov. 

Mar. & Sept. 

Mar. & Sept. 


250,000 00 

750,000 00 
600,000 00 

600,000 00 
650,000 00 

125,000 00 

2,750,000 00 


Tbtal 


$18,261,711 41 


$14,486,414 29 













CfMt of Bead and Equlpnaent. 



Road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during vear 
ending June 
30, 1898. 



Total cost of 
road and equip- 
ment up to 
June 80, 1898. 



&adiBg, masoDiy and ballast . . 
I (including ties). 



Jsttd damagps. 

ViMoes and gates 

PMsenger and freight stations. 

KsgineaDd car houses , 

thoD\ machinery and tools 

Ftei and water stations , 

logineering expenses 

Ftodiase of constructed road. . . 



Vhtrflng.. 
fligmen^l 



ffWigmen^ houses and safety signals 

iooount of L. I. R. R. Co., N. Shore Branch and Stewart Line. 

Tstal cost of road reported up to June SO, 1802 



$18,772 68 

26,276 57 

50,959 21 

49,6liO 60 

90,485 00 

745 00 

80,8P5 48 

48,045 46 

25,844 09 

28,201 11 

8,462 42 

609 46 

825,000 00 

18,838 04 

9,72tf 28 

320,282 74 



$20,466,786 00 



Total cost of road. 



$1,041,687 99 $21,508,428 06 



Equipmemt. 

UflOM othres 

nsmiguir cars , 

Bto es, floats and tugs. 

Ite eofl( of equipment reported up to June 80, 1802. , 

ital cost of equipment. 

On 1 total cost of road and equipment , 



$15,028 58 
15,490 48 
12,708 99 



$48,828 00 



$1,064,860 99 



$8,009,526 68 



$8,062,749 68 



$24,661,172 71 



Dsr AILS OF ADDinoNB OR Betterments Duriro the Tear. 

dmme of real estate, new side tracks, new double tracks, new stations and platforms, new 
I and gates, new safety signals, new engfaie houses, purchase of Stewart Line, etc., etc. 

42 



V 



380 BePOBT of the BaILBOAD CoHMISSIONSBfi. 

Income Aooonnt for Year Ending Jane 30, 1S93. 

Orofls'earDings from operation 94,800,SSr N 

Len operating expenses (excluding all taxes) S,8S8,8B1 41 

Net earning^ from operation $U466,4« tt 

Income from all sources^ as foUotoa^ viz. : 

Income on investments $S8,785 29 

Rentals 60,860 60 

Ferry 992,137 40 

4S1,» 9 

GkosB income from all sources $1,917,600 9t 

Doduetions from income, a» foUows^ viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $576,869 89 

Rentals 211,63«87 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 114,296 11 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 41 ,264 96 

-Interest and discount 29,888 89 

Jerry 854,608 66 

1,828,401 TB 

^et income from all Fources $619,296 01 

PajpnenU from, net income^ (ufofUnos, viz, : 
DiTidenda declared 6 per cent on $12,000,000 common stock 600,000 00 

8urplu« for year ending June 80, 1893 $19,206 01 

General Income Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1893 $19,296 06 

Surplus up to June 80, 1892 1,085,468 28 

$1 ,054,754 81 

Xiess charged direct to profit and loss 49,879 91 

Total surplus June 80, 1803 $1,004,874 40 

Dbtailbd Statkmsi«t or Rxmtals. 

Atlantic Avenue Railroad $C6,1« 87 

New York. Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach Railway 96,99 00 

New York and Rockaway Railroad 17,900 00 

Long Island Railroad Company, North Shore Branch 42,000 00 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income $211,6S2 87 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

EARinKGS. 



Passenger. 



Freight 



Total. 



Freight, all local .... 
Passengers, all local. 

EtxpresB. 



IfifeeUaneotu, cw/oZIoim, viz. 

Telegraph 

Parlor cars , 



$2,465,920 88 

82,088 12 

417,994 97 



12,078 06 
18,448 58 



$1,869,868 48 



Total gross earnings.. 



$2,980,474 68 



$1,869,868 48 



$1,869,868 48 

2,466,980 88 

82.(!ttll 

417,904 97 



12,098 01 
12,448 48 



$4,800,887 96 



Opxiutino Expxmsbs. 



Wimintenance of way and ttrueturet : 

Repairs of track and roadbed 

Repairs of bridges Cinduding culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences and gates 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures i 



Total. 



$214,140 58 

16,7»»6 28 
57,890 87 
14.906 68 

56,286 10 

$868,896 40 



$81,999 86 

2,478 80 
8,689 90 
2,227 28 

8.406 10 

$58,748 44 



$246,148 94 

18,289 08 
66,46917 
17.U2 99 

64,619 M 

"$412,611 84 



Long Island. ' 331 

AiULljriilB or C^rowft Hi^nlni^a und Operatlnir ISxpenseM — (CoDtinued). 





FnaBetipftr. 


FraighL 


I^ytal. 


Matntenance of equipment: 
IffMirv of locomotives , * ♦♦ ^ ,.,.*,.♦,,„*,,,,,,, . 


7,17B 73 


1,073 34 


|LI9,aSd 41 


Jtejuin f>f cars - * , 


]&g,0l7 GA 


BfOiirf of qiACblnarj- And tools^ * , « . 


8,«I7 fl7 


OcW expenses for maintenniiceof eqaJprneat. . 


B4,753 61 


TMi] , , ,.., 


S.^t04,ie2 ^ 


S67.SW30 


fSTlJli 6S 







Cbiidicetiii|r h'oiwpor kaftan ^ 
Wagm of coMUCt4>fis aiid m«[i ..,.,«<. ^ ,, ^ . ^ . . 

Wani rtf «iij^iieisrA aod flremea. * * « 

F\M far Ioc>jinatlvei» ^ , 

iji3 aM va>i!fie, »...«.« ^ . .^ .<« .^ * ...« ^ ..«....,.. . 

Vit#r supptj * , 

Olber trtJu Mijpplk*^ nr expenses .»...*..* 

^^^^ Qf j^tatloD ai^enU aud clerlrs 

J^U^eft fijr labor at stations 

*^ 1 Aipplies . 

lof wii£ch[fi«ti, flai^msD jiod awStchmen 
\- for coDduetiDg trauaportation 



Tbtal. 



falaiies vf i^neral ofBoera nod clufka 

Ofcu^jal offtce exphPtnses and »uppUeS. .»...»*.... 

ftitL>ii(»ry aod prmtlni? 

Outoift'^ iL^'^DcitrS S,nrt ad vertli^lDg; ■..,..,,.♦►.... 

I^Rii eipense-i. »....., 

Lf^ &od da^oiii^e of fj^I|^ht ftad ba.gf;ll^> 

L'.,>n*pe t<j catilo aod property 

td«p^b matateiujice and operacioa , 

"" of car* of other compAtiias (debit bal- 



$130,004 31 
205,180 67 
805,574 86 
11,867 25 
18,209 35 
28,880 75 
05,789 23 



81,841 19 
257,636 16 
283,086 62 



$1,317,110 29 



$72,614 50 

67,210 17 

46,(60 61 

1,608 56 

2,720 94 

4,815 52 

14,318 83 

102,278 11 

4,683 17 

88,497 86 

19,601 17 



$378,593 44 



$208,708 71 

271,340 84 

351,285 47 

13,065 81 

20,930 29 

83,196 27 

110,102 56 

102,278 11 

86,021 86 

296, :83 52 

252,697 79 



$1,690,708 78 



»).. 



Other peoera] uxpenstig . 
Tutal 



total operating expeo^e^.. 



$81,643 71 
14,096 50 
25,903 59 
44,675 91 
16,862 19 
1,967 87 
6,093 61 
43,500 00 
82,541 85 

26,223 78 
17,809 81 



$309,818 80 



$2,289,989 27 



$12,199 63 
2.106 37 
8 870 65 
6,675 72 
2,519 64 
8,012 27 
910 54 
6,500 00 
4,862 58 

8,769 06 
2,586 52 



$19,012 98 



$548,902 16 



$93,848 84 
16,<J02 87 
29,774 24 
51,351 66 
19,881 88 
4,979 64 
7,004 15 
60,000 00 
87,404 48 

2^,992 79 
19,806 88 

"$58^831 28 



$2,838,891 43 



0«DeinhI Riaifcn^e Sheet, June 30, 1893. 
A88BT8. 

ft* Of ruad , 

Con of eqttlpm^&r ..... ^ 

Other perma-r%ent investments, nsftfltowiy vim.: 

Itock of other corapaoleS * . * * $1 ,602,849 22 

Ikmtit of other c^mpanieii «..«.„„.., 866,700 00 

$2,469,649 22 



$21,506,428 06 
8,062,749 68 



HaoMt «#,...... $779,249 22 

bprnn equlpnumt 05,280 00 

Cbdpi^eqijlpi^eiit .,.. , 85,296 80 

Wmj property „ 2,750,000 00 



8,660,775 52 



^bjo^vnU 

wn accotmt& ...... 

wvUs and supptle 



$100,802 80 
128,085 80 
442,620 88 
104,063 51 



IiIABnJTISS. 



Oj nil 

i rr^evit ^iatUitiet, as foUowt. viz.: 

m Oft OQ fun d<^cf debt due and accrued <. 4 $148,086 68 

4i Led Toncbertj a^d p&r roUa.......... 680.666 82 

€i laocountfl 280,500 18 

Lo aaadbillipi^r«bl« 450,000 00 



784,549 40 

$20,006,400 72 

$12,000,000 00 
14,486,414 80 



I 



Hi " and loem (jrarpliii). . 



1,514,908 06 
1,004,674 40 

~$20,005,400 78 



332 



Report of the Kailroad Commissionebs. 



TrnfHr anil Milf^a^e ^tatlfitl«i. 



Item. 



Number of paBJvn^ers carrtetl * « 

NuiDber or pEiMHtt>}cerrt carriei! one tcHe^ . , , - 

Number of tons tjf f reif^ht carried. , .... 

Number of lans ot TreiKbt i^arrJt^d one mUe. 



Pasaeni^er tratu rnlleiage. 
Freight trnin tiii]**ftire, ► . 
All oihv-T tram mlliHage. . 

Total traio aiilea^e. . 



AU local 
iii,?osaio 




nmrn 



Itbm 



Paaseo^pr ea^Dlnfrs ond expeuses (IncluillEig 
}ii{LiL r^xprt^sji uuiJ CEiiseelianitrvUEj i^.amii]f^,!i , . . . 

Averaifi? fmr pn«*<Mi^'t'r cArrif 4 .,,.,. 

A vera,^i" ppr pA'^tieTi^'nr pt^r tnWn ^ ,,+*■■**,* , 

Avr^rain^M per pa-fn ^^,^'^ train p>>r nitM , 

Freight farLiirfj^M atiil expenesfS OUi;lU(llni? uiIb- 
€eUan(^' »U8 enrninj^fl.) ,..,.. 

Atf ragtf pt^r ti>ri fif f rwiK^t t^sirriefl ,,,.,^ 

AveraK^ per Um of f rL^S^hl per nillo *,,... 

A?era^e j-^r f relgbl train p^r mile ..,...>...>.. 



B&mlDgs. 



1 lu 
1 *riO| 

3 ad 



Expeus 



IST^ 
0101 

ea 

QI5G 
0145 
1 81 



Profit, 



1640.49 id 
M4I 
IXMS 
M 



Item, 
CJoinputwl r?n *^«rnings frs'm mrryfngpwsJ^engerH and freight only. 

Averftji^i* rati^ r»'Ut/ivH(i per mile for carrylnj^ pa*iseug:era. aLl clasaeft. * 

AT#ra^*^ rnt« rei-i^vrd per tuile yn-r ion for L-arrjin^ freijifht, all claseea. 

Ilrtipriptluii of lti*ad anil KqitLpinenU 



AlllOCll. 



Track. 



Malu Hut* antfani*ftl¥<l frf^m Li^d^ lalainl City to GrttQport, Sag Hwboc 

and t #r*^fi6 it^k w . . . . . .....►...,,..,>,.* ....-*,..*..* 

Tfttal i^f hraiidi*** nf rTllif r ruaflj; liuUirjrlzf'd , * , , » 

Haiti lirn? taui, single iravk ^ , , , , . ■ * 

Brani'btiA op k^her roa Is tatrt, f^ingk track *►►.», * 



T(^>tal ^inifle Irack , 



Pecoi^d Iraok on mnhi Ittit* *,..,, 

Seeond trat'k on lijriuicliefior other roadd . 



TottiJ seL'ond track . 



Sldtnjjs and tiiriiauts on main lliio 

BJdJUK^^^i^ tkiruoiitA nu hFiit2L'Ut*ii orothef rniuls . 

Total mdJng.H and turnout!^ , 

Grand totAl of tmokis^ s[dJnKB and turnouts. ....,, 



Laid with Btft^l rati, tnain line, 

Laid wirh st+^1 rail, branch*^ or r thfr rosidB. 
La^iii with iri>a roi], braochea or other roada . 



"3d 






BH.5d 



^94.11 



64.45 
&.57 



cs.oe 



!M.4.1 

ST,S4 



8LflT 



is&.m 






5«.1» 



^.16 



^.£2 



i».2S 



10. 67 



19.6? 



UL06 



IS 

■3^ 



140.71 



S4i.i? 



&4« 



92.M 



Ma 

49 Jt 



tm.u 



mM 




Avera^4* lir*?<^!f ralla — stet'^l, j!^ jeara, iron, years: avpra^ life of tie«, 10 y^^nx w«lffet ot 
rftlls per j^ard — st^^el^ maxlunim, 8l] Ih^i; ruininium, 56 Ibi; iroD, 56 lbs; gaug« of trvck^ 4 f«t 
8H tnch«6- boJIiUtteil with a&ud, Rravel and cinders. 



LoNO Island. 



333 



BCTULfl OF ERi:NQBEfl OB OtHKA RoADS. 



Kin or Bkaitch oa 
Road. 


From 


To 


in* 


si 

a 

1 


S 

H 


Mllee laid with 
Bteelrall. 






Floral Park. ... 


Oj'fltflr Hay 

Hempt'd Croaa'g 
OldNorthpoit... 
Eaatport. ....... 


1.91 
li.ag 

1 17 
15(4 

ri.Li2 

T,H7 
l.iiS 
3.119 
4.78 
S t»7 

i.ia 

7J0 

li.fi7 
I.T7 

u.m 

18.LI8 
13.i« 
4.^3 

are 


Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 


"SM 


1.91 
18.00 

1.17 
15.04 

5.92 

7.87 

"iiTB 

"sIm 

5.18 
4.58 

14.67 
1.77 
7.13 
8.81 

18.98 

24.03 
8.46 
1.94 

19.16 




liietHlVkllejtirmacli .... 
HfitipiU<ad brmntib ,^..,,.,. 




Mlni*ola .......,* 




Ktartiport bratuth..... .... 


HlckKvUle. 

Matior ..... 




iiApoit bntnch . . . . , 




Centnl t^xtcDsioa JL R. . . . 


Betbuage JuQct. 

Whltest<jneJL*t.. 
Wiuflekl 


Babylon ......... 


Owned 




Cf<1 Arti iirsl Um noh . . , ^ . , . ^ ^ 


Cellar hu nit ^..,,. 
FlUfth'£ Bridge fll 
WhlteAtone I'<ig 
FLuah'j?, 51ft In «t. 
BiiBhwJck JH ... 
S.YJt tt.B.R>.Jc. 
N.V.a Flusli*« Je. 
Bethmure. 


Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 


"i!68 
"2.29 

""i!6i 

8.41 

iioo 

4.23 
**9!68 




Wnxn].-!])!] u bra dcIi ..,.♦.. ... 

WliltMioiH? hfftnpli _ 

Ntwtiiwn « Flufthlna R. R. 
HQJifi^r'^PT.AS. S. ttw,.,.. 

Far [kpi-kAiraj braneb 

Kew Yurlt & Flujihln« R. H. 
8t*wMtR.R 




N. Y, & K!u8b, Jc, 
VaUej- iitreain .. 

L. t.Clty 

Floral Pftrk 




Sl**irlR. R .,.. 






K, y. ft Lon* Beach R.R... 
N. Y. A Rcetaway R. n ... 
LLRRCo. S.aborebr.. 
Ii.r.a.Jt3iftn. Bt^aifiRy.. 
V.T.atMaq. Bf^oi.^b Rv.. 
f. T. & il Maa. Beac! b Rv . , 
feMtirv ft Jamaica K. ll. . 


PtWJTHftllH 

Rwkaway Jet . . 
Ktrt-Lhport Jet. . . 
Fresh pond Jet .. 

Fiatbuflhave.... 


Pt,Loolsnut 

Far Rjickaway., 
Pi. Jt*IT<^r«>n ... 

Man. BrachJc. 
Cooper Ave. Jt-t. 
Jamaica 











Bbiikiks, 


BNTIRB LINK IN NEW YORK 
STATE. 




Number. 


AKKr«K«te 


Itmi titidgm ..,.*.».,.,.*..*...*..»»,,*..,,., ,.... 


48 
16 
67 


Feet 
2,865.4 


Wociden brldgfs. . . , ^ ..... ^ .. ^ 


185.1 


Wood^ treatXes. .*.*..... 


18,816.8 








Ti^. .,.,.. ...... 


126 


16.866.8 








Total 

Qpva exciir§JoD cari. . ,.^.. 

m car .,....,., 

mralM car ................. . 

Baftfltgt. mail and ^x. cara. 



V 



Bt fr«icbt Q^x% 


ei4 
la 

4 

634 

4 

1 

15 

11 


' "as 


«14 

10 

4 

C34 

4 

1 

S5 
IB 
37 


5T5 
445 

^.600 

437 

1,000 

1,300 

465 

eoo 

630 


5^9,000 
19,800 
42,600 
25,<.00 
41,000 
GO. 000 
l8,000 
87,000 
3«,000 
19,000 


1§^ 


10 

4 

1 
2 

""io 


478 


fl and construction can. . 
ft V olom. ..*..... ji . 


476 


S doET?:::::::::::::::::: 




T[ leara....**,. , 




Dn rick „ 




&l iHTAtOira .,,,,,,,,..,... 


1 


Oi QM.S^whfl«l..... 


7 


Pi tux , 




He "ce 








vtel ,. 


% 


1,346 




...... 




85 


9M 







3Z4: 



Report of thb Bailroad Oommissioness. 



Passenger can equipped with air and Tacuum brake and Janney & lilller oouplers. 
Freigltt cars equlppfd with air and vacuum brake and Bmf Uie & Marks couplers. 
Lorenze split switches in all main tracks. 

Misoellaneotts Statistics. 

Entire line in 
ITBV. New York State. 

Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles JJ-J[ 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company ^,984,471 €0 

Length of steel rails laid during the year in repairs, miles » 

Railroads crossing road at grade * 

Railroads crossing road over or under grade * 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 9n 

Highway crossings at grade protectpd by gates or flagmen 19 

Highway crossings over or under grade 2 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track w 



Passenger cars are heated by steam from locomotives, lighted by lamps C8C0 test olD n' 
ventilated by openings in clear story sides and ends. 

Railroad company operates its own express. 

The Long Island Parlor Car and Sleeping Coach Company runs parlor cars ov«- line or rota 
at 26 per cent of receipts. 

Paid Long Island Parlor Car and Sleeping Coach Company $17,044 .18 for car mileage. 

No freight or transportation companies run over line of road. 

The mails are carried at certain ratesper mile per annum, based on weights. 

Total compensation for fiscal year, $82,092.12. 

Dbsobiption of Frkioht Moved. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


yiour 


U,lf>6 
90,820 
83,690 

7,880 
66,795 
12,180 
196,828 

9,170 

9,870 

88,896 

64,798 

82,600 

290,091 


1.61 


Grain. 


10.81 


Meats and Drovisions. 


8.« 


Live stock 


.8B 


Lumber 


6.41 


Pifl" and bar iron and steel r . . . . , r 


l.» 


Coal and coke 


8S.44 


Petroleum and other oils 


l.W 


Shipment of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories within this State 


1.18 


All other manufactures 


8.70 


All other merchandise 


7.SS 


All other agricultural products 


9.K 


All other articles not included above 


8i.S 






Total 


888,078 


100 







NniCBSR or Accidents. 










Injured. 


Killed. 


TbtaL 


PsMenffern 


15 
34 
8 


10 
14 
30 


15 


Employes , 


48 


othere r:.;;;*..:;;::;:;;:;!;:!!:;!;!!!i;;;::;;;;";;:;;!;;:;!;;.:! 


tt 






Total 


51 


54 


101 







Employes. 

Average number of persons employed (including offlcials)Iduring year ' 7^ 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $1,046,8! TT 



OfHoers of the Company. 

Name, Title. OjgHcud Address. 

Austin Corbin President 198 Broadway, New York city. 

CBA.RLVS M Pratt Vice-President 198 Broadway, New York cUf- 

Geo. S. Edqkll Treasurer !198 Broadway, New York d^. 

E. B. Hinsdale Secretary 198 Broadway, New York.city 

B. R. Reynolds General Manager Long Island City, N.^Y. 



LoNu Island. 



3S& 



Ulf«oior« of Ui« Comp«Mi7> 

A.vtftm CJoaarii. , BBbylon, N» T. 

CftiJU^ss BLPaATT.w., ,...,, BrookJjTi, N. Y. 

Wn B. KK?r^ALL * * , * , . . Krooklj-Q. N. Y. 

JoB:f F, TowNiJKHD ..,.....*......*....*..,*..»....* New Yof fc t?lt7. 

J. D. Cami'h eLL ,.. ^ . ^ * K .»,.» .^ ^ ««..«,,...,,,« ^ , «... ^ » . , , , . . JaakentowiiH Pa^, 

DutuL Lord .....,, * . , * . * . . ....*,.**, N«flr York city . 

FkAm L. B*B60Tr. * lirookiyn. N. Y. 

{jKOBiai S. Edokix .,..,,...,......... New York city. 

E. IL KETxoi-tra New York city, 

IL R DicKEHUAN ...... .......,, MamaroDeck, N. T. 

DuMONT Ctj^iiKE* , Sdiraneuburgh* N, J. 

AJififtEir FL CtTLVEA .......,...,.,..,.. , ^................ Brooklyn. J? . T, 



Title fit cotnpAtjy, Ttie Lopg iBl&xid RoUroad GompAnyH 

(Jertpral olBtwi At Jamaica, N Y. 

Dft:« of clo«4' of f3^*ft] joiir. June 30. 

D«tei of scook holders annuali meeting, second Tuesday iu Aprti, 

For Inf orniaU'Jo coocemUiff thJa report ^dOreHH J. CArl^Q, Auditor, htmg laLand Oity. 2f. Y, 



MAHOPAG TAI^LS. 

(Date of cborter. Uarah %, 1384.) 



For tdctory of org^anlxatton^ «tc^i see Report isf 18SS. 

Capital fitook. 





CK^ITHONh 


Cafth raised 




Kimiber 
Of Mb«re& 


Totfll 
par value. 


OD ameimt 


Ajittutrifwtfl hw IflT* <ir flhartftr. , , . ^ ..... 


SIOO.OOD 


*■ 




_ , 


l^w^l for a4H*Tf*1 *^^wh r ..... t r 


50tt 


50,000 


ffiO^OOO 


iMDod oa actcount of coaBtrufH^on* 


M,000 


Total nr¥w fiutfi'tAfiilLne^ ., r ..,,.-,..,, ■ 


],(Mo ; 


S100.M]0 


$100,000 







Ci3«t qF Boftd, 

TocaJ c»o&t lip to 

Ro^o. JUD« 80, 180e. 

8f»d tag, masotUT wi<* ballast 1^^,439 60 

ftiilM,,,. 2,745*8 

IWJ. , fr,fi28 7B 

laaA... ..-...,.- 18,00100 

b»d damages ..„,„..,*,♦►,,.,,,,,.. , ^.SST US 

r and freteht stAtioiifc , I>3ft3 80 

jjz PXpetiSf^. ....,„.„. , S J51 GS 

fa it^ub of coDstructed road. - . ^i^ W 

iital€0«tof road llOOaia W 



0«ti«ral lUQOTite AofioUiit. 

fa toi for year ending June 30, 18*8 -.. if, 805 W 

te itttptoJoneaO. l&a.. , 1,863 3fi 

'Maiiurpius JuBeSO, isee , ...- %4m U 



\ I 



f • 



. i 



!!• 



!»• 



I* 



336 Bbpobt of the Railroad Commissioners. 

Analysis of Expenses. 

EZPKNSBB. 

Repairs of roadbed, bridges (including culverts and cattle guards), stations, 

shops, docks and fences 

Other general expenses 



Total. 



Cost of road 

Owrrent (uaett, <u foUowt, vis. ; 
Oash on hand 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1S98. 

ASSBTS. 



Capital stock 

Profit and loss (surplus) 



LlABILITTBfl. 



1 



ma 



$1,86816 



$100,111 M) 
$100,480 44 



$100,000 00 
ISO 44 

$100,480 44 



Name. 



OfRoers of the Company. 

Title. 



Official Addre$». 

William F. Buoklit President 69 Wall street, New York dty. 

Hbnri M. Brash Treasurer 09 Wall street. New York cltj. 

LoRBNZo M. GiLLKT Secretary 69 Wall street. New Yorkctty. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Retidence. 

William F. Bucklkt NewYorkdty. 

Hknri M. Brabm New York dtgr. 

LoRBNZo M. UiLLBT New York cftj. 

Arthur E, Wbndt New York dtj . 

Calvin Littlupield New York city. 

L. V. G. Amundsbn Plainfleld, N. J. 

Title of Company, Mahopac Falls Railroad (Company. 

General offices at 69 ^all street. New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year. June 80. 

For information concerning this report, address Henri M. Braem. Treasurer. 



MARINE. 

(Date of charter, February 87, 1876.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


FarTaloe. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued for actual cash and on 


500 


$6$i<A) 







Number of stockholders . 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Total cost of road up to June 80, 1896 . 
Total cost of equipment 



I09.S14 11 
S1,8I7» 



Grand total cost of road and equipment. 



$90,84J6I 



)L-\ 



I 




Mabims. 



337 



Inconie A.<Ni<^uni for Tear Endinir June 30, 1893. 

anm etnibM^ from opermtLon 

hem dpendnir exp«Qs«fl C^xdudto j? ftlt lazes) 

i^oa income from all eoarc^d > 

Dtduetiont from intxmttt a* fitUovit^ vix. : 

B«lilB.. $760 00 

TvH {ID earning &nd capital stock 5S 89 

fiorpJoit for JMU" eodlDi^ June 30. 1^ 

Geueral Income Aeeonnt. 

i^urplufl Tor year endinj? iuoe SU, 1S9S 

anpTufl up uj June JJO, laajf 

Tot&J aarplus J iine 80, 1098 ,..,,-- 

Detailed Statement of Rentals. 

Brtgbtoti fk'iLch Improvement Compan j (limited) 

T«IaI ^D^iouEil or rentals deducted from income 

AnalyHiH of GroHH Saminiirs and Operatinf^ Expenses. 

Earnings. 
fwamm^t^ ail loeal^ 

Operating Expenses. 

UaiiitmarKe ofwajf and itr^tcturtat t 

Bep^ir? or rrwl4hted luid track . h ..-..., , 

Rppatre at bridEtiA (indudioi^ culverf s AQd cattle guards) 

^p.jLJr^ of stations, abops, doeks, «to 

B^7« i^^ of fences ....,., 

ToiaJ * * 

Maiiittnance of equipment : 

Bppsiri of Icoojuna^eA ,.,.... , 

B^piin of cars. . . . . , 

Total >.,. , 

Omdiittinrj trantporintion : 

Wfif^ of p^>[tduct?n And cben ■ ■ ■ - 

Wa£f!g of eiiKint^rii and firemen 

rod for kxi^'OrnHjtlves 

OiJ $ii4 wafete ... = ,. 

Otlier truln HUpplii^ or eipenaes. , 

Wii^^ of gtauoD a^Dta and clerks . « « 

SlKt'|p>D ^IJpp]lf!R ..!..... 

^■eee of watchEuen, flagroen and switchmen 

Tota] w... , 

5t&£ioii(i7 and pHntlof^ . . 

Odiside af^encles and adTertlKtUK '•* 

Ofbtt- |;Hbc»ra| expenses 

Total 

^~td total operating expenses. 

General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1893. 

Assets. 

i ef road •, . . ^ 

^ of equJpnwittt. ..,,,.,« ^ 

I iCCDUDtS. .. 4 



43 



$10,185 60 
8,668 68 

$1,468 98 



008 88 



$66060 


$66069 
21,871 61 


$22,088 80 


$760 00 


$760 00 


$10,126 60 


$1,661 96 

82500 

91 18 

15 88 


$8,098 91 


$168 85 
108 47 


$266 88 


$489 18 
1,008 88 
969 76 
25 51 
99 74 
411 60 
116 46 
1,829 06 


$4,482 41 


$129 99 

4088 

1,609 06 


$1,860 88 


$8,668 68 


$69,614 11 
81,887 68 

1,566 98 


$98,407 66 



I ■;■ 



W\ 



• I 



J.? 



i 
•iii 



,| j 

if 



i 



4^^ 



340 



HbPOBT of THB EaILBOAD C0MMI88IOKEB8. 

MIDDLEBUBGH AND SCHOHABIE. 

(Date of charter, May 8, 1867.) 



For hiatory of orgaoizatioD, etc., see Report of 18B3. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 





OOMMON. 


CtMhrMlized 




Number 
of shares. 


Par value. 


on amount 
outfltandJnf. 


Authorized bj law or charter 


1,000 


$100,000 




Iwued for actual cash and now outstanding. . . . 


870 


$87,000 


187,000 



Fu9n>BD Debt. 





Date. 


1 




Amount 
author- 
ised. 


outstand- 
ing. 


Ouh 

realised 
onamonnt 
outstand- 
ing. 


Dbbionatiok of 
LnN. 


1 


T«rhen 
payable. 


Mortgage bds., first 
issue 


1860 
1870 


2 
3 


P.O. 

6 
6 


Feb. &Aug. 
April & Oct. 


$10,000 
10,000 


$10,000 
8,000 


110,010 


Mortgafre bonds, 
second issue 


6,800 


Total 


$SO,000 


$18,000 


$16,000 



Cost of Road and Bqnipment. 

BOAD. 



Passenger and freight stations. 

Engine and car houses 

Shops, machinery and tools. . . . 
Road built by contract 



Total cost of road. . 



Total coat of road 
and equipment vp 
to June 80, 1801. 

$2,00000 

80060 

WOO 

«,OCO00 



$M,«6 00 



Locomotives 

Passenger cars 

Freight and other cars 

Total cost of equipment 

Orand total cost of road and equipment . 



EqUIPMKNT. 



'$4,000 00 

4,000 00 

76 00 



|S,575 06 



$106,460 06 



iDoonne Aocoant for Tear Ending June 80/ 1S98. 

Oroas earnings from operation, 

Less operating expenses ^including all taxes) 

Gross income from all sources 

Deductions from income^ aa follow^ vi».: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 

Taxes on property used in operation of road , 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock , 

Taxes other than above 



$10,«6 06 
8,178 61 



$1,006 00 
886 41 
MIO 
28 iM 



$8,78014 



1,4]I4B 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808. 



$1,806 60 



MlDDLRBimaH AND SoHOHAiOB. 



841 



Geii*r>l Inoome AoooanU 

Surplija ror jfeAT endlsg Jua« BO, 1 BQ8 

eofplUA up to June 30, ]80ii. 

TolAl BurpliM June m, ISM 



$1,866 01 
8,818 91 



$8,686 68 



Anfflfiila at Grou EnrDlns* and Operating Expenses. 
Eabittngs. 



rrvlffbt alt toc«] 

P»MF«g«ra, all Loc&l . 
MaU...,, 



Te^Fjp^pb ,^ , . ^ ^ , . , *^ 

Bnt&lt. w . « P . . ^ > . « 



Tbtal icroofl estnlngv . 



PaflBenger. 



$4,604 ){6 
204 56 
ssa 11 



15 00 
817 00 



$6,668 88 



Freight. 



$6,806 16 



$6,806 16 



Total. 



$6,806 16 

4,504 86 

804 66 

5A 11 



888 00 



$10,060 08 



OPKIUTING BXP..IN8C8. 



Maintmja.rn:£ of tcoy &nd Atructurtm * 

Steel rails la^kl: 125 tons • 

Bqtttra of bridges ctucl^^l^e culverte ^nd cattle 

^Bsnii> * ; * ■ 

Bepainof stations, shops, dockB, elo 

B^pstrs of fences *> 



Ttitsl. 



$1,606 85 

86 00 
169 00 
28 00 



$1,721 85 



$1,606 86 

86 00 
150 00 
82 00 



$1,721 86 



$3,010 71 

70 00 

818 00 

44 00 



$3,442 71 



BtaiHitrtance of egvipnteKt ; 

Bcpak? of loctiTDOtlves ..„.,, 
RepslTB of cars ...... ..,,.,... 



Total. 



$212 50 
168 00 



$880 50 



$212 50 



$212 50 



$425 00 
168 00 



$508 00 



CbiMAu^t^y fmnsportaUon : 

Wages of conduotoTs and men . . . 
Wigv« of enff InfwfS mid firemen . 
raai f orlocomotlTes .....,.,.*... 



OUsad wAAto.. 

Witter Bu npl J ......... ...^■.■. .-•* 

^*gm I tf station a^onts and clerks. 

W«t* f fir la^Ktr at etstlonf . ........* 

9i«io!i ffuppUes. 

Wigcsof watcbmun. daRmen and switchmen . 



Total. 



$216 00 

226 00 

502 60 

34 00 

12 50 

800 00 



16 85 
01 20 



$1,807 45 



$216 00 

2325 00 

502 50 

34 00 

12 60 

800 00 

87 00 

16 25 

01 20 



$1,424 45 



$432 00 

460 00 

1,005 00 

68 00 

26 00 
600 00 

27 00 
82 50 

182 40 



$2,821 00 



'..ptji^ ^f iTtfLTiMFM] f^fflf^ATH And derkfi 


$180 00 

600 

11 28 

877 60 


$180 00 

600 

11 23 

877 70 

10 78 

06 60 
86 00 


$860 00 




12 00 




22 46 




766 88 


m an 1 dsQiajce Of freight aod ba™ige. . . . . . . 

itk^ of eari of other compatileB (debit 


10 78 
06 60 


bwgBnsrttleipenBe*.., 


25 00 


50 00 


Ttottl 


$500 08 


ri6 81 


$1,816 88 




$4,000 28 


$4,074 68 


$8,178 84 










1 



1 



342 Bbpobt of the Ba^ilboad CoioiissioifKBeL 

General Balance Sbeet, Jane 30, 1898. 

ABSST8. 

OoBtof road ••i'SS 

Ooet of equipment BtiwB m 

Current cta$eU, (u/oUowt^ vie. : 

Gash nn hand 1,460 S 

I>ue by agents 660 01 

Open aooounts ->**•!! 

Materials and supplies 8,065 00 

$106,061« 

LlABIUTIKS. 

Ctaipital stock $87,000 61 

Funded deot 18,000 00 

Current liabilities^ a«/oUoio«, viz. : 

Audited vouchers and pay rolls 876 01 

Profit and loss (surplus) 8,666 66 

$106,061 "5 

Traffic and BOleaipe Statistics. 

Item. All looil. 

Number of passengers carried 15,437 

Number of passengers carried one mile 60,6M 

Number of ton<« of freight carried / 6,690 

Number of tons oi* freight carried one mile 80,641 

Total train mileage 11,001 



ITBM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit 


Passenger earnings and expenses (including 

mail, express and miscellaneous earnings). . . . 

Averaffe ner passenirer carried 


07 

6,806 16 
08 
17 


$4,000 g 
SO 
05 

4,074 88 
71 
IS 


•..551 » 




01 


Freiarht earnings and expenses (including mis- 


1,661 64 


Average per ton of freight carried 


j,«i^ 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


01 







Itbm. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. 
Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all classes. . . 



Description of Boad and Equipment. 

Track. 



Alllocsl. 
Oenta 
i 



Hatn line from Middleburgh to Schoharie C. H., single track. 
Sidings and turnouts on main line 



Idles owned-aD 

InN.Y.Stats. 

6.V 



1 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. 



6.88 



Laid with steel raO, main Ifaie. 
Laid with iron rail, main line. . 



Average life of rails— iron. 17 years; weight of rails per yard— sleeL 66 lbs. : iron, 45 lbs ; 
ttrack, 4 feet finches; ballasted with gravel. ^^ 



>. 



Bbidobs. 


STATB. 


Number. 


"fssr 


Wooden bridges 


8 


1i 







1 

J 



Mtddlebttrgh and Sohohabie. $43 

D«stn-Jptlon of Read and Equipment — (Oontlnued). 



BqiDIPMBHT. 



"i 


^ 


"So 


1 


li 


3^ 


Sz; 


< 




1 

1 


95,000 00 


84,000 



' 



LocnmotfTCK, t driTen. 



CbiJa brik'-. link aad boll fioiipler Jd vete on can. 
Atr^ht lerer and jtwitch Id uab on ra&d. 

BfllBcvHaneous Statistics. 

Item. 

Tticytmpb DWDttd br compa^r and opf>ratad by leasCt miles 

Tall] BM ntmu d value of rkmX tt^tat^ and personal property of company. 

Leiijcthof 9teei ralUi laid duriiiK yNU" fo repairs, miles 

Elfhiraj CFOulngs at ^rad^ wltlmut protection 



Entire line in 
N. T. State. 

5.88 

$39,600 

1.6 

8 



?vm»ng^T cam arv beated by stores, llgbted by kerosene oil lamps and ventilated by ventila- 
tan In tuip of car. 
NiUnaa] iSxpr^iut Compaay niQf orer line at 12 cents per hundred pounds. 
KeetAttt fmrn United States frOTernm^st for transportation of mails $73.61 per quarter year. 

DvcnirnoN or Frbiobt Hovbd. Tonnage. 

r^flor,,, 176 

Qfiln. ,.,.... .,...,., 200 

Mma aad proT^Elona k 4 

Iflmber ...,.,.,..,..»„,,., 90 

Oaal ftiid ey^ke * 3,400 

ftjtJT>l*nm and other oils., . . . , , 20 

AH (Ah*^- m&Jiu'&f^mnsn 76 

All other inerrbandisg .,..,....,.,., t,100 

411 nUi«r aj^cultiiral products 490 

AH otbef srtldt^ not Include shore 186 

To(*l .-.^...., , 6,890 

Emplotis. 

iTtn^i^ DumlLper of per^aas employed Cinidudlne officials) during year 18 

^^s^n^^^tt amount of aalarl«ii uid wa|?ea paid tnem $8,600 00 






OlEcers of tbe Company. 

Title, 



Official Addre9$, 



G. t . Daxforth. , Treasurer 



President Middleburgh, N. Y. 

Vice-President Middleburgh, N. T. 



Middleburgh, N. Y. 



D I>. FaiHBTs ...... H . Secretary Middleburgh, N. Y 



Name, 



Directors of the Company. 



ReHdenoe, 



Q.S. IhlMcBIl ' Mkldlebyr^h, N. Y. 

I>^m.& Bebkiuh Mill fllt^burjcb, N . Y. 

O. L. D4JfromTB Middleburph. N. Y. 

D U FRtflsia MMdl«?buri:h, Hf, Y. 

W. H E^oui MMdlpbyrKb. *^. Y. 

Dcnr Bzniu^r. MMdl*^!>ur|fh, N. Y. 

i.I. Frumtkr Wi.lll4?bnrirli, N. Y. 

a. A. VaooMAK Ml.ilk'lurf!h, N. Y. 

W. E. Tborjcs. Mfdclk.biirffh, N. Y. 

K tfAKjrnto WiddJ^burifb, N. Y. 

W E. B4Bsijra Middleburgh, N. Y. 

W H. JS^itAM MlddiE«bur|(h. N. Y. 

'. 8, Baotm. PulLopham. N, Y. 

Jeof eompany, Mldiilebunch and Bcboharie Ba&road Ck>mpany. 
ttflral omcm «i Mlddl^biiTKb, N. Y, 
% of otosF of fl*ioa] yi^AT, June 80. 

m of stfickbolderH' aiuiual me«iLag, fourth Monday in March, 
tnf^ormatlaa concerning this report, address G. L. Danforth, Treasurer. 



ii: 



844 



BbPOBT of the RaILBOAD C0MMIS8IONBB8. 



J- 



MIDDLETOWN AND CKAWFOSD. 

LKsaoB. 

Lbmbe — New Yobk, Laju Erib and Wkstbrx. 

(Date of duurter, August 8, 1868.) 



Leased to the New York, Lake Erie and Western RaUroad Company, January 80, 1882. 
Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


CsBhrasUHd 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


on sfflouit 
outstandiDK. 


Authorized bv law or charter 


6,000 
8,444 


9860,000 

:»;iaoo 




Issued for actual cash and now outstanding. . . . 


$1«.W 



Number of stockhoders . 



Fdkded Dkbt. 



Dbsionation of 
Lien. 


Date. 


{ 


|- 


INTEREST. 

When 
payable. 


Amount 
author- 
ised. 

$100,000 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


nalind 
onsmooBt 

OUtBttfd- 


"^"St^da^;:::: 


AprU 1, 1871 
AprU 1, 1891 


80 
80 


P.C. 


Apr. and Oct. 






$68,000 


f«,OOI 











Cost of Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast. . . 

Bridges 

Superstructure (including ties) . 



Fences 

Passenger and freight stations. 

Engine and car houses 

l^gineerincr expenses 

Telegraph line 



Total cost of road. 



Total cost up to 
June 80, 180. 

864.8»9e 
1.06015 
47,617 SI 
55.061 9 
8,900 10 
»,T0P0O 
5,866 85 
8,817 06 
6,88S8r 
SOOTO 

. $168,664 11 



Income Account for Year Ending June 80, 1893. 

OrotM income from all sources, as foUotcs, tdx, : 
Income from rent of road 



Deductions from income, €ufoUow», viz. : 
Interest on funded debt due and accrued 



4io 



Net income from all sources 

Bot^menUfrom net tnoome, as foUows^ viM.: 
DiTldends declared, 6H per cent on $1»;900 common stock. 

Surplus for year endhig June 80. 1808 



$10,500 00 
6,170 00 



$7,660 46 
6,ni60 



$806 66 




MlDDLETOWN AND CSATVFi ED, 



Ovaeral Income A«ooalit» 

SorpluB for jeor eadlsg June 30^ 1B93 , ..,,,,.,..,,,.,.,......,,. * 

fiorpiiu up Co Juae 30^ l^J* .... * ^ * * * 



34S 



B,Tt& fit 



Tot«l surplus Jvme 90. 3803 ,.,...,«,, 

Oeuvml Balaiicts !$heet June 30, 1^93. 

Qo^Gt TO»d .♦,. .,,. „..,.♦*. 

Curreni Q*$etty a» foUoVitt viM.S 

Ckaboa bMDd ., fdfl a 

OfBD Accovnta. «....«..,. 5,981 10 



fO^^^fil 



f t&3«3M It 



5,2GT at 



tl08,«ll 



Fimdcd debt. . 



LUBIUTIEa. 



«a,ooeO0 



IiitcrMt on funded debt due and accrued - 
Dltklfoidi uupaJd..... 



ta38 7S 



Fi^jflt ADd loo (surptiu) . 



S87 00 



1198, «U M 



Ofll«eM Qf tb« C4?nipfUij. 

JEiMwi ^^£«. Official Addret». 

Jobs Kisq ,.„.. President...... P, O Boat «3»» New York eltf. 

AusaT Bctx Vice-President , . , „ , MIddletovrn. N . V . 

A R. iLkcua^sovoB ..,,-..,..., Bccr«tAry P, O. Box 838. New York city. 

EDWiJto Wbitb Treuurer i ...,.,...♦,*, . P. O. Boi ABO, New York city. 

DlriMJtorB of tKe Company. 

jVam*. Retidence. 

Jonw Kj> o ....,.....„..., H H ...... t , .....,, New York city . 

ALAEBT BlJtJ. Middletowu, N. T, 

It H. Cao«HF,...........,» ♦.,,♦,*,,.*,..,♦ ,..„,..„. KIddletowri, H. r. 

W . L. Ktho^o ..,..., p . . . » , New York elty . 

E. B. Tnouu. , ,.,.*.., New Ynrk city . 

A. R. Macdonocoei 4 New York city. 

Airjiarw Ddnalxjaoh . . ....,,.„,, Nutlcyi N . J^ 

TWc of cotDpaay^ Middletowti aad Crawford Raliroad CoTrpftny. 

G«i*ml <ifllci?fl At SI Cortlandc street, New Yotk city. 

D*tfl of cliMte of ftf^coLl y*?i»r, i^'ptrmlwr 'Vi. 

Dftteof at>>ckholdfr«^ aunua,! oit^titlfj^. first Tue&Iay in December. 

For IdofTdAtioQ coQc^^tn^ this report, address A. K Macdoixougbi Secretary p 



MEDDLETOWK, UNIONVTLtE AOT> WATER [GAP. 

Orau'nD BT Tmc New Yoke, Suo^^KHAiotA asd Wkstbhii. 
(Date of charter. Hay es, 18(ML> 



Cupltiil Stock and Pimded Debt. 

CaPITAX. l^TOOE. 





OOMmUi. 




Ntuuber of 


TotAl 
pATTalue. 


*i ^0fl2ed by toir or diArtar , 


6,000 


1300,000 




S% 1 aow wtBtftndtBg. ,,....... + ►,.. .... 


i!,BBT 




.„ 


» Iwofftockboldef* , 




110 



44 



Vi 









i,» 



: is 



IV 



n 



BePOST of the RaILBOAD C0MMI88IONEBS. 
FoHDBD Dbbt. 





Date. 


1 


mTjuuarr. 


Amomit 

author^ 

iaed. 


Amount 
ontBtijn* 


DniONATIOlf OF LiBN. 


1 


When 
payable. 




Not. 1, 1866 
Dec. 1, 1871 


90 
26 


6 


May and Not. 
June and Dec 


1225,000 
400,000 


*iS;8; 


fW^oond niortsMre .it...... 




Total 


1625,000 


1400,000 




k 


• 









Goat of Boad. 
Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast. . 

Bridges. 

Bails 

Land damages 

Passenger and freight stations. 

Engine and car houses 

Engineering expenses 



Total ooitTO 

to Jose 80, lOL 

$1]8,«01 

18,180 » 

164,516 06 

85,048 eo 

16.89718 

66084 

7,66661 



Total cost of road 

Ineome Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Oross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from other aourcee^ aafollototj viz.; 
Bents 



1850,478 47 



f47.n0 01 
26,686 00 



174 60 



Gross income from all sources . 



DeducHont from income , cm foVLow^ vis. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued SSO,t)00 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 1,960 88 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock , . . . 192 86 

1 axes other than aboTe, Bailroad Conunissioners 67 86 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1808 . 



Ctoner*! Income Aocoant. 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1808. 
Deficit up to June 80, 1888 



$21,886 01 



2i,2ini7 



168616 



188616 

278,188 61 



Total deficit June 80, 1888 . 



$278,96717 



Analysis of Gross Bamlngs and Operating Expenses. 

Eaknings. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freight, through $86,680 00 




$87,149 91 




FreSht! localT. 669 91 






$87,148 91 


i>maatmvt^n. throuffh $7,233 73 


$7,759 70 
1,017 40 
1,793 00 


PAM^niTera. local 625 97 






7,789 70 


Mafl 

Express 




1,017 40 




1,786 00 






Total gross earnings 


510,670 10 


$87,149 91 


$47,790 01 



^ 



• The first mortgage bonds matured November 1, 1686, and were extended for twenty>flTS 
years from that date, at 6 per cent per annum . 




MlDDLETOWN, UnIONVILLE A3fD WaTEE GaP. 347 

AiiAljai« of Gross Earnlngii luid Oporfttln^ Expenses — (Coattnuod). 
Opeoatiitq Exfcnses. 





Pflfisenger. 


Freight. 


Total, 


Mat n ^ifnon w of vm^f <ind MtnicivreM ; 
Eepftln of tr^ck *,,*,<.* ,,,,,*... 


fM4I 70 
3,355 06 

4 74 
HI »4 

mw 

17 »0 


tl^OlNftS 
S.llS 87 

430 
S17 40 
m ?7 

]5 4fi 


4,4eS4fi 

POO 
450 34 
SG3 $0 


Prffwirt i>f roadbed .,..,,.».... 


Bppalrs of brldgua {liiciudlnj^ cuJ^firU tnd cattle 

^Ti*ri5;.. , , 

Htii*lri of itAagaa, thops, docks, etc *. 

B«p»Ir» of fences 


Otier expva>c« for malEiCenanco of WAJ luid 
ftfiictorai , .,,,,, 


£a 84 






TVrtiL , 


is,6sg 48 


tS,499 43 


S7,afl8 « 





Wji^ci of conductors and men ..»* .».,«..«. 

WAfM of en tjrlneet^ &nd UrnmoxL, fuel for loco- 
motiveft, otr&itd waste 



Wilw supply ^ .._..,, . 

W«fei uf it^ioD aKBats and d^rks. . 



Tot*l. 



4,4is es 

14 33 



$S,«44 44 



9^305 OS 
8,904 68 

II cr 

ft.4I8 04 



$7,TH07 



Q«i«nil Baluioe fiheet, June 30, 1S9S. 



CM of road.,. ...*,. 

CwT-ffftf o«Mtfp a* foUovtg, vis,; 

Ckih on hand ^..■...*^ *.,... ^ 

fr^t And loM (deflclencj) ■■«*>.. 



OipJUl stock . 
ftodeddebt.. 



LtAKILlTllS. 



hxgttm OQ f Qsded dd^bt due ftnd accrued. . 

iNridWdbi onpsJd * ,«,»,,« ^ ^ + , 

9^ tccountt ,«.,**«... 



TralSo and Mll«»if« StAtUU««4 



IttM. 



Xcj&b^of p«iaenf(ers carried. »,<.., 

Kemb^^r of pajBeDf^rs curried one mile ...,,«. 

jlfusi<i>>r of tana of f rblKht carried. *...... 

I^iQiUsr of toELB of freight carried one mile . * . 



Through I. 



Local, 



I 



106,^'J 
l,l)9»j,lJa4 



4,&I4 

iA,tefifi 



hMcfifer train mtleage . 

nAU t:it^ier tratn mileage. . . 

T'Ul train mUea^. . - 



T 



ae0O 

5,103 96 



$ia.4oo &1 



ff mffTuJ ftipenses ; 
3ri«^ of cara of otbcr oompanlei (debit 
balfcdce) .....,.., , , , . 


ti.e75»a 

13 16 


$3,027 7S 
11 S& 


Sa,7M« 


C>thlPr rttflMVal ***XT»*n'*'* , t . » , r t ^ r t f H t . . « t * » t t t ■ ■ 






ToUl 


$1,089 04 


|1,«S0 54 


$3,738 88 






Qnud total cnwrmtliur eziMuefl. » 


SH.S32 95 


lis^gse M 


$iW,fi38 00 





$350,4711 47 



^73 00 
f78,957 ir7 



|H&.e50 W 
400,000 no 



193 04 

175 Off 

7t,5B4 14 

$020,807 U 



Total 



3&,0(tt 

8^^,910 

100,111 

1,105,770 



lT,TOe 
10, (»S 
9,41S 



«d,<]6A 



lip? 



If i 

■ I •; 



34-8 Repobt of the Railroad Commissionebs. 

Traffic and Mileage Statittlct~CCk>nttnued>. 



Item. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Loss. 


mail, express and miscellaneous earnlDgs) 

Average per passenger carried • . . 


$10,570 10 
2864 
0387 
5269 

87,149 91 
8404 
0885 
2 0642 


, $14,232 96 
8358 
0441 
7096 

12,295 04 
11S7 
0110 
68S2 


$8.ee8j^ 


Average per passenger per mile 


0114 


Average per passenger train per mile 

JBVeight earnings and expenses (including mis- 

ceilaneoua earnings) 

Average per ton of t reight carried 


180 
Profit 

91,854 Sr 


Average per ton of f reiglit per mile 


OHB 


Average per freight train per mile 


lasio 







Item. 

Computed on eamiogs from carrying passengers and 

freight only. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying paraen- 
gers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all classes 



Through. 



Oenta 
2.86 
8.827 



Local. 



Gents. 
8.11 
85.88 



Throoi^ 
andlocsL 



Oenta. 
8.8» 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Miles ovMd. Ill 
Track. in N.T. State. 

Main line from Middletown to Unionville, single track 18.9 

Sidings and turnouts on main line %M 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. H-M 

Laid with steel rail, mainline ST 

Average life of rails— steel, 15 years; average life of ties, 6 years; weight of rails per yard- 
steel, 60 lbs. i gauge of track, 4 feet 9 inches; ballasted with gravel. 



Bridges. 


BMTZRR LDfB IN KKW TOBX 
BTATB. 


Number. 


"ISSt 


Iron bridges 


8 


196.8 







Westlnghouse air brake and Miller coupler on passenger trains. 
Double point switch in use on entire line. 



Miscellaneous Statistics. 

Itsm. 



Railroads crossing road over or under grade. . . . , 
Highway crossings at grade without protection. , 



Entire UDste 
N.T. Stated 

1 
II 



P^ 



Passenger cars are heated by steam, lighted with 800 degrees test oil and Frost light aal 
ventilated by deck sashes. 
United States government pays for transportation of mails $77.91 per mile since July 1, 18B8. | 



J 



MiDDLFrowN, Uniokvillb ahd Watkr Gap. ^^9 

Mluflll«ii«oiui Bt»tl«tlc* — COontbmed). 



Urestodf. 



- J tsad bAT Iron tmd 0t«e] , , , , ■ ■ . 

OtMl KDi) coke 

Pitrctpum Add other oHa. .. , ,..„,.. , . . . * . 

Shipmefitp of manuifactured j^oda recelTed by railr ad cam' 
Pi2ii4!« if[tblD tljliii State from madufaotorles wit hi d thin State. ., . 

Al ath^r m^niiFncl; urea. < « 

, M other uierchaodi&e ....,...,,,.,,.. ^ , «...,,..,, 

I M otb^r jifrHc!u]:tural prcxlucts *......... 

All DCb«r utti^'Ic^ft Dot included above, . .,.:,, i, ., ^ .,. i ,,« ,,,.,,,.,,< * . . 



Toneagei. 



ana 



Fer c«iiL 



IOC < 141 



1.200 

.004 

.075 

£.678 

.^ 

46.0M 

1.410 
.SfiO 

80.S11 



100 



Number of Ajoautmim. 






OIQeenf or tbe Conipftny. 



i. •Pr««id*nt,. ...,....., 

Jimts M, H^ATs&oiurE. ....... Vlc«-Pr«iildeDt 1& CortlH.adt St., N. T. citj. 

Jofflf P. RirncaTT. . .,,, ,, . . P, Secretary and Tre^JJuryr „ , , 15 Cortiaudt Bt., N. Y. cttj. 

DiTefltom of the Compaiaj, 

Srarac^ V. Whttk Brooklyn* I«. T, 

CBahlsi) V. W^RK , » ,,,.,„.,.,,,,.„,„. „.,.,.,...,,. p Kew York city. 

SntQts BoHo New York cliy. 

CbAiiL.r« Uis^s^^HKiHER ,...*.,,.....,,,,,,.,.,,, , Kew York city « 

nuiDcKicK p. aiooHE Ne^ York city. 

VjLAjKK CL L^wmiifCE, Jr. „ t ........-.♦...,.....,,.....*,..♦. P ,.,.. . Ntsff Yofk Cl^. 

fioBT, K DoTF ....*.......,.............. GaretBont, N. H . 

J')lfx p, RiFfERTi'. ..,...., ,....*».„ ,.,. p.. p *...»♦. p Urick Churcli. N . J. 

O&RHiLiiTii T. DuiAR^ffi- Hac-kensBck. N. J . 

O4RRET A. HoBART . . . , « 4 . p ^ ,....,. p p ... , , ^ * « . k * ip < * * « 1 > Fati::tr»~tii. N.J. 

JiMEM M. HAH-rsflOtiKE i ^ . . N^w York city . 

L I. I>EiiiRKaT ♦ . ♦ , . * , ^ * * , » * , Hackensttck, N. J . 

TttJe of Ivmor compftflyt Mlddletownn UDiooville and Wat*' J- Gap RaUroik^l Oitiipaay. 

Tltl? of Le$i9>^ ooinpaij^ New Yr>rk, Susquehanna, and Western Railroad Oumpajay. 

gflSier*! oflflcvs (It l.S CortlftD'ft Btn*et. New York city. 

Dil* f*f citisie of ll?ttral year, Jum? flW. 

D«te of »toek holders' aonuat nn?eUng, l&el Monday In May 

for laform&ttoa concerulnf thla report, address CbaB. V. ware. Auditor. 



MIDDLESEX VAIiUEY. 

CD&te ot chart&r, Maiy 11, 1899.) 



Capltia 3t0<9l£ Knd Fanded D«^t. 
Capetal Srrocx* 









Number 

of HtaaPH. 


Total 
pEiTTalue, 


iHtbortBed by law or ctiarter, leiaued for ac?Uial eaab and on 
•QOCfimt of coa^UuctioQ and now outstikufl iug^ ..,,„. j , 


5,000 


1^00,000 



f 



of «toeklk>ld6rfl. 



IS 



• Vacancy. 



Ill 



J. 






• !■! ■ 



.1" . 



■U. 
1.1 



■l" 



350 Bbpobt of thb Bailboad Commisbionbbs. 

Funded Dxbt. 





Date. 


\ 


INTEREST. 


Araoimt 

author- 

Ized. 


Am^^imt 


Designation of Lien. 


1 


When payable. 


outitaiui- 

fag. 


Firtt mortgage 


Not. ly 1802 


50 


't 


May 1 & Not. 1 


KOO.OOO 


1440,001 







Cost of Road and Bqnlpment. 

Road. 

Grading and masonry 

Ballast: : 

Bridges 

" ucture (Including ties) 



Fences 

Pass.-nger and freight stations.. 

Engine and car houses 

Fuel and water stations 

Bnglneering expenses 



Total cost oC road 

and equipment 
up to June 80, ISR. 

p,mi» 

8S,O0O0O 

8.40000 

90,00000 

80,78500 

ii,aM0O 

4,80000 

4QOO0 

8,50000 

8.00000 



Total cost of road 

Srand total cost of road and equipment . 



|17»,58B 00 
1848,080 S» 



Inoome Account for Two Months Bndlng June 80, 1898. 

€hross earnings from operation . . . . « 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from other sources, aafoHowst viz.; 

Bentals 

Telegraph revenue 



$50 00 

6688 



Gross income from all sources 

Dedttciions from income, as follows, viz. : 
Taxes on property used in operation of road 

Surplus for two months ending June 80, 1808 

Analysts of Gross Earnings and Operating Bxpenses. 

Earnings. 



Operating Expenses. 
Maintenance of way and structure* : 



Bepairs of roadbed and track 

Bepairsof bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Bepairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 



Total. 



$891 61 

40 14 
823 

'$084 88 



$1,887 97 

eo90 

4 84 
$1,408 81 



$8,58B1S 

14,849 48 



$8,886 71 



106 88 



$6,8(8 58 

168 48 



$8,185 a 





Passenger. 


Freight 


TVjtal. 


Freight, all local 




$14,944 84 


$14 944 81 


Fassengers, all local 


$7,286 68 
803 08 

85 36 


7,288 98 


ibrprnnB 


803 08 


Miscellaneous, as follotcs, viz.: 
ICxcAffn bairflra&re 




85 85 


Demurrage on cars 


77 00 


77 00 










$7,664 89 


$16,081 84 


$82,586 18 




W 1 



J^ 



$8,828 78 

100 81 
80r 

$8,S»^ « 



J 




MiDDLEBEX TaLLET. 



AoAlyftls of GrQi« l^j&rnJxi^ ttnct Operating Kiepena«B — (OoutinuedO* 



351 



Pftaseitgcir. 



Freight. 



Total. 



B(^P«ln of toc^^motivea , . . . 

Bepttriof QfljiB. 



ToUl. 



^41 



$t97«8 



ia?5 



pi a& 



4Q 1ft 



$«Htt 



V«^ . ff L-i^aduct^ina and muci . * . 
Wtm ^r etij^iD^^rs and ftn^men^ 
fmi for loO' jr>^ot Jvefi. h^ ♦..,,♦,,*, , 
(X]i«r liK^>uaH.'t ire suppliea ..... k . 
Other trvJn supplied or «>xp«)Qfle«. 

WiM: for lakh^^r at statlani 

Bt^loD s^pptlea. 



Toul. 



IBS 54 

313 31 



$?,^ <va 



|«M la 

^9 IS 
805 T& 
1£S eo 

1,107 58 
14^^] 



S3,aa)42 



3l,B3& 4A 
1,307 W 

aH£3 
114 44 

a,7«8ftft 



$a,»a«a7 



Btlirin of jrpiK^ral offlcflm uid rLprlcH , 


ft«4e 73 


S«7ooe 

IS 06 
lM3i4 

94 m 

3G 90 
ISfi 13 


sineif an 


Oeiwfai f.ffl^ (iipenfles aJQd SttppUea 

Btitinnt-rj und prlraLln^ .,„,... 


361 fiO 

'37M 

I0fi4a 


aou 

941 74 


OatRkli^ AtTf dcltni flud advertWng. .....>... ^ ... . 


40 11 


LcK uid dnmAgc of frel^bt andlu^Bse. 

lflfiimic« ......................... 

Otiier ^DfraJ expeases. .. »....».!....... ^i i. 


a5» 

95B W 






Total , 


fl.irflTS 


fuaoo 4fi 


^,077 SI 






Sfud total oxM^tlUiranittMM...........^.... ^ 


(7,5*4 W 


^>&H a 


tU,Mft 4t 







0»iierftl BalQJioe Sl&eef, June 30, ISttH. 



AMETfl. 



OMt ol ttwd &nd «4ulpawiit . . . . . 
ruirr«7ii ajw#f«, at/oUovs, viz. , 

Outi nn hoatlK , ,.,.,,,,. 

tSb rvciitTable ... ^ ..»....,....».. . 
Hoe b? agieata, <.........».....»., 

tern KcountB » . * . . » ^ ^ . ^ . 

Mi.t«rl«la aad suppllei 



LiAAiunEa, 



Cktttal Hock, 
ftimded dtrbt.. 



, ^sdlt«d Toorhefi And |tft]r rtiili 

f 0pm aet^LuiU .,,*,.,.,.. 



1 9ntL uid low (AurpluB) . 



91,271 ^ 
ShHP ao 

13,801 5J4 
lfi£ 44 



$1,146 56 



SH3,08&a 



17,504 fil 



fMl^AMOl 



$500.000 09 
440,000 00 



13,868 9B 
8.US5Q6 

SWl ,554 01 



Traffic and M lleai^e StatUtldA. 



ITCV. 



rpir ««nilii«s and exp«nAt!fl (Including' 

|fh |lit f&rtLlfijTA And tixpenaifta (i Deluding^ mis- 
e liDeouA 'SAmtaga-} .»..,,..... h . ^ . ^ 



Elamtagfi. 






EirpeDBPfi. 



57.534 ftO 
6,614 41 



I^ofiiti 



|29M 



'.m 



< I 



U i 

ll 1 



HI. 



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■r' * 

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352 Kbpobt of the Kailboad Comhissionebs. 

Description of Boad and Equipment. 

Maesovoed,aO 
Track. In N.T. State. 

Hain line from Stanley to Naples, single track Sl.n 

Sidings and tumonts on main line M 

Orand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts tt.n 



Weight of rails per yard — steel, 60 lbs.; gauge of track 4 feet 8^ inches; bnllaeted iHth 
gravel. 





Bbidobs. 


■mubk Lnn or kkw tou 

8TATB. 


• 


Number. 


^SST 


Iron bridges 


1 
40 


Alt 


Wooden i&estles - 


1,111 








Total 


41 


1,S06 







Equipmkmt. 



LoeomotlTes, 4 drlyers 

Flrst-olaas passenger cars 

Baggage, mall and express cars 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

Total 



fi 



8 
1 


1 


1 
1 


8 


8 


1 



Passenger cars equipped with Westinghouae air brake and Janney oupler. 
Bplit switches in use on all tracks. 

Mlsoellaneous Statistics. 

Entire Uoete 
Item. N.Y. State. 

Boad constructed and opened for business, if any, during the year, mOes S-^ 

Highway crossings at grade without protection •> 

Highway crossings over or under grade • ' 

Passenfrer cars are heated by coal stoves in end of cars, lighted by kerosene lamps and rea* 
tflated by moveable sash in deck and transom over doors. 

Adams Express Company runs over line at 80 cents per 100 pounds freight carried; flSptf 
month messenger service; 10 per cent commission on all busineea. 

The railroad company uses cars of various companies and pays mileage aa per agreemeot. 

Have carried mat! since March 6, 1898; terms of contract not yet agreed upon. 



1H 



J 



Middlesex Vallbt. 853 

Description of Frsioht Movbd. 

Item. Tonnage. 

Plogr 101 

QnJn 1.794 

KmU and proTisions 17 

UvertockT. 286 

Lomber 704 

Hg and bar Iron and steel 113 

Iron or other ores , 1» 

Coal and coke 8,W8 

pBtroleom and other oils 1*^ 

Si^iBaentsof manufactured eoods received by railroad companies within this 

State from manufactories within this State Iw 

^ other manufactures g7 

^i other merchandise 788 

All other agricultural products »»7M 

AUOtber articles not included above ^w 

Itotal 18,«» 

NuicBEB or AociDBivTS. Injtired. 

&qdojes ^ 

OIBoers of the Company. 

Name. Tifle. Official Addreu. 

Cearlbs W. Drake President 82 Nassau St., New T'^rk city. 

Lathrop R. Baoox Vice-President 84 Wall street, New York city. 

* Claresicc H. Wildes Secretary and Treasurer. . . . 84 Wall street, New York ctqr. 

W.W. Atwood Manager Naples, N. Y. 

P.AOwvK Auditor Naples, N. Y. 

R. v. Uniaoke Chief Engineer Naples. N. Y. 

J. H. Mbtoalv Counsel Canandalgua, N. Y. 

Direotors of the Company. 

Name. BeMdenee, 

Cbarlbs W . Drake New York city . 

Vbavk R. Lawrknob New York city. 

A. H. Calep New York city. 

C. H. Wildes Riverdale, N. Y. 

L.R.BA00R New York city. 

J.H. Drake Middletown, N. Y. 

W, D. Stratton Middletown, N. Y. 

R.R.CoirKLiN NewYorkcity. 

F. B. Merrill Canandalgua, N. Y. 

Tttle of company, Middlesex Valley Raihroad Company. 

Gensral offices at Naples, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80 

Date of stockholders' annual meeUng, May ^. 

f^ information concerning this report, address W. W. Atwood, Manager. 



MOHAWK AND MAIX>NE — (No. 1). 



CReport for ten months ending April 80, 1808.) 

The Mc^iawk and Malone Railway Company was formed June 84, 1808. by consolidation of the 
Berfcimer, Newport and Poland Railway Oompaov, chartered June 89, 1880, the Herkimer, New- 
port sod Poland Extenaion Railway Company. charter«d September 11, 1891, and the St. Law- 
resoeand Adirondack Railroad Company, chartered September 11, 1891. 

BaOway extends from Herkimer, Herkimer Couaty, N. Y , to Malone, Franklin County, N. Y., 
aaitance of 178.1 miles; branches, Pro:)pect Junction to Hinckley, 2.8 mUes; Lake Clear Juno- 
! itoSaranacLake. S.emiles. 
!he capital stock of the Herkimer, Newport and Poland Railway Company, $500,000. the 
tUmer, Newport and Poland Extension Railway Company, $500,000, and the St. Lawrence 
A Adirondack Railroad Company, $3,500,000, having been canceled, $4,600,000 capital stock 
the Xobawk and &falone Railway Company, dated June 24, 1892, was issued in its place. 
)ae million five hundred thousand dollars nr»t mortgage four per cent gold bonds was given 
the Raflway Construction and Equipment Company, t > apply on construction account of the 
iiawk and Malone Railway. 

>Be million dollars first mortgage four per cent gold bonds were given to the Railway Con- 
MStlon and Equipment Company, in place of $500,000 bonds of the Herkimer, Newport and 
and Raflway Company, and $500,000 bonds of the Herkimer, Newport and Poland Extension 
Hway Company. 

* In charge of freight and passenger department. 

45 



854 



RbPOBT of THB BaILBOAD C0MMI88IONEB8. 



Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 

Capitjll Stocx. 









Number of 
shares. 


Total 
parTshw. 


Avthorized by law or charter and now outstanding 


46,000 


|4,800,0M 







Number of stockholders. . 



FuNDKD Debt. 





Date. 


i 


nrrKRBST. 


Amount 
authorized. 


Amount 
ontstandiDC. 


Dbsionation of Liu*. 


1 


When 
payable. 


'^t7^i^6,'^..r. 


July 1, 169« 


W 


PC. 


Mar. & Sept. 


$8,600,000 


|t,600,00l 







Cost of Boad and Equipment. 



Road. 



Grading, and masonry 

BaSast:. 

Bridges 

Superstructure (including ties) 

Track scale 

Land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight stations 

Engine and car and water houses 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Bngineerine expenses 

Interest and discount charged to construction . 

Furniture and flztures 

Electric signals 

Telegraph line 

Wharflng 

Stationery 

Salaries 

Miscellaneous expenses 



Total oost of road. 



Additions or 

betterments 

during ten 

months ending 

April ao, 189S 



$618, 

187, 

175, 

8(», 

215, 

1, 

•29, 

85 

46, 

41 

♦28, 

33, 

381 



,487 56 
.115 88 
,896 89 
,049 87 
,527 77 
,685 78 
468 46 
,87J 89 
,860 76 
,408 94 
025 18 
,868 84 
,868 08 
810 06 
74 45 



11,969,914 99 



Total oost of 

roadsDd 

equipmeDt up 

toA^SQ. 



|8,967,M9 M 
384,766 8 
519,»5 10 i 
689,lSO^ 
887,681 S^ 

264,154 n ^ 
48,11016^ 
56,791 »\ 
88,569 If J 
15,276 51 i 
.199,977 44- 
5Cl,«6ei:| 
4,845 861 

mm 

880 70^ 
485 91 J 

15,7B9 m 
65,188 15^1 
188,785 81^1 



16,617,318 89 1 



Locomotives 

Passenger cars 

Freight and other cars . 



Equtpmsnt. 



Total oost of equipment , 

Chmnd total cost of road and equipment. , 



•$7,786 66 
•18,0«) 59 
•180,481 87 



•$141,168 48 



$1,888,746 57 



$174,S 
74.608 fi 
88,844 9 



$898,881 ' 



$7,069,544 f 



•Credits. 



r 



Mohawk ajto Malonb. 

Inoome Aeeonnt for Ten Months Endlnsr April 30, 1893. 

flroa earnings from operation $188,600 15 

Lm operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 267,950 08 

Defldt fhim operation 

DtdueUonB/rom income^ as fcUow^ viz.: 

Toes on property used In operation of road $8,270 21 

Toes on earnings and capital stock 168 75 

bteresfe 538 48 

Defldt "" 

Pa^fmenUfrom net income^ cm foUow^ viz.: 

LesBmrplaaH., K. &P.R7.,Jnl7ll, 1802 $9,475 11 

Leas credit for unclaimed Interest on old bonds of the H., N. & 
P.Bj. 8 00 

Deficit for ten months ending April 80, 1898 



Analysis of Gross Bamlngs and Operating Expenses. 

Eabkinos. 



855 



$79,849 88 



8,972 44 



$89,822 8» 



9,478 U 



$78,844 21 



Passenger. 



iVeight 



Total. 



IMgfat, through 

n«i^t, local?. 

*" ^through, 

.local .... 



Il|it il SB 

JOKeHancoiw, (m/oIZows, vUi 
Snadry Items 



$18,862 81 

77,961 68 

679 90 

9,097 18 



468 97 



Total gross earnings. 



$102,065 44 



8,812 69 
2.768 06 



468 97 



$86,584 71 



$8,812 6$ 
S,758 05 
18,862 81 
77,961 68 
679 9a 
9,097 1$ 

927M 

r 


$188,600 U 



OPBaiTINO EZPKNSBS. 



MiUnttnance ofvMxy and Biructuret : 
Bepairs of roadbed and track. 



■tmetures. 
Tbtal. 



for maintenance of way and 



Maintenance of e^ipnunt : 

Bcpoirs of locomotlyes 

BsfMlrs of cars 

Bepairs of machinery and tools 

Otaer expenses for maintet.ance of equipment. 



Total. 



Jondueting trantportatUm : 

1 "^es of oandnctors and men , 

1 ces of engineers and firemen , 

I H for locomotives , 

C i sad waste 

1 rter sonply , 

G bsr tnun supplies or expen8««. . . 

1 vesof station agents and clerks , 

! iBoDBapplSes 

1 fes of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
ff expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



$77,807 69 



Bepdrsof bridges (including culverts and cat- 

tCruards) .T? ? ! 2,667 64 

Repafrs of stations, shops, doclES, etc I 1,85141 

Bmirsof fenoea 

Other exp 



156 56 
276 99 



$81,660 29 



$5,853 44 

4,111 2F 

411 56 

1,923 38 



$12,899 59 



$11,949 88 

15,294 88 

17,976 24 

1,464 02 

944 02 

1,572 66 

7,750 21 

1,199 12 

498 07 

9,189 87 

"$67,702 92 



$34,782 44 

1,149 08 
607 16 
70 84 

124 45 



$36,688 47 



$2,629 81 

4,986 47 

184 90 

864 10 



$8,665 28 



$5,868 78 

6,889 94 

8,076 28 

658 25 

424 18 

706 M 

8,481 98 

588 78 

221 62 

4,106 09 

"$ioi«7"iM 



$112,040 1$ 

8,706 72 

1,958 87 

226 9$ 

401 44 



$118,888 7$ 



$8,488 26 

9,097 78 

506 4$ 

2,787 4$ 



$20,964 87 



$17,818 66 

22,064 8» 

26,052 6$ 

2,107 27 

1,868 » 

2,270 1$ 

11,282 1$ 

1,787 86 

714 6$ 

18,845 4$ 

$96,190 1$ 



11 



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Hi 

1 1 






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356 Rbpobt of the Eailboad Commibsionsbs. 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Bxp«nses - (Continued). 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


TotaL 


OeneraJ expenses: 
Salari^ of t^neral oflicers and clerks 


$5,771 78 

97 17 

8,887 88 

8,185 51 

97 15 

860 88 

8,89r 45 

4,878 85 

178 57 


48 65 

1,89: 16 

054 04 

48 64 

157 41 

1,801 76 

1,988 11 

8,458 76 

80 88 


$8,864 89 


Qeneral oflQce expenses and supplies 


140 M 


Stationery and printing? 


4,1S4 99 


Outside sondes and advertiaing 


8,060 46 


Leg^al expenses 


140 79 


Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Inluries to persons 


607 79 
4,199 90 


Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mfleage of cars of other companies (debit 
► balance; 


6,900 8S 
8,458 76 


OUier general expenses 


958 79 






Total 


$18,683 49 


$11 ,847 75 


$30,58194 






Grand total oDeratinff exnenses 


$180,839 89 


$87,618 74 


$967,960 06 







General Balance Sheet, April 30, 1893. 

A88CT8. 

Cost of road , 

Oost of equipment. 

f; Other permanent investments, as/ollowSf viz.: 



Stock of other companies . 
Repair-shop mortgage. 



$800 00 
800 00 



Current ctssets, as follows, viz. 

Due by agents 

Open accounts 

llaterials and supplies , 



$8,198 87 
15,601 85 
89,541 56 



$6,817,818 99 
972,881 « 



1,000 09 



47,885 68 



Oapital stock.. 
Funded debt. . 



LiABiurnn. 



$7,187,680 81 



$4,500,000 09 
8,900,000 00 



Current liabilities, as follotos, viz.. 

Audited Touchers and pay-roUs 

Open accounts 

Loans and bills payable 

Repair-shop mortgage 



$81,174 83 

88 880 63 

88,685 10 

800 00 



1^,680 06 



$7,137,880 58 



Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 




Itkm. 


Through. 


Local. 


TotaL 




5,778 
598,787 

8,045 
484,605 


131,496 

8,097,897 

6«,858 

8,486,556 


137,978 




8,690,094 


Number of Ions of"f reight carried 


71,997 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile 


9,911,161 



Passenger train mileage.. 
Freight train mileage.... 

Total train mileage.. . 



AH local 
199,009 
8S,4M 



887,476 



Itsh. 



%^ 



Passenger earning* and expenses (including 
^ mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) 

Average pier passenger carried 

Average per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger t-ain per mile. ... 
Freight earnings and expenses (including 

miscellaneous earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mfiM 



Earnings. 



$108,065 44 
748ft 
0877 
5188 

66,534 71 
1 8187 
0897 
97P^ 



Expenses. 



$180,886 89 
1 8187 
0480 
9060 

87,613 74 
1 8887 
0801 
f9C6 



Lots. 



$78,870 86 
5701 
0«li 



1,079 03 
OIBO 



0199 



Mohawk and Malone. 

Traffic and Mileage Statistics — (Continued). 



367 



Itkm. 

Onnpated on. earnings from carrying passengers and 

freight only. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, all classes 



Afersge rate received per mile per ton for carrying 



iit,aU 



Through. 



Cents. 
3.83 



.78 



Local. 



Gents 
2.62 



8.88 



Through 
andlocaL 



Cents. 
2.40 

2.06 






Ill 

\ • 
,'1. 



I' 



ill 






Hi 



:•■■»: 



Description of Road and Bqulpment. 

Track. 



Main Une authorized, from Herkimer to Malone 

Tdtal of branches or other roads authorized, single track. , 



Main line laid, single track 

Branches or other roads laid, single track. 
Sidings and turnouts on main line 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . 



Laid with steel rail, main line 

Laid with steel rail, branches or other roads . 



Miles owned, aU 
in N. Y. Stole. 

178.1 
46.4 



178.1 
8.4 
12 



196.5 



178.1 
8.4 






r 



Average life of ties, 5 years; weight of rails per rard— steel, maximum, 75 lbs.; minimum, 
tt lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ inches; ballasted with gravel. 



DsTATLS OF Branches or Othkr Roads. 



Kakk or Brakch or Road. 


From 


To 


J — 

i 


i ■ 




*HiQckley Branch 


Prospect 

Lake Clear Jet. 
Tupper Lake... 


Northwood 

Saranac Lake .... 


10.4 
6.6 


10.4 
5.6 


8.4 


ffvanac ftranch. - . - . . r r r , r , • . r 


6.6 


tCranberry Lake Branch 







BaiDOBB. 


YORK STATS. 




Number. 


^fS^J* 


Innbridges 


46 
8 
66 


Feet. 

8,507 

08 




W(«den tnaSes... 


16,628 






IWal 


114 


10,228 







*TUb branch is in operation from the main line at Prospect to Hinckley, a distance of 2.8 
■il aa No work except the surveys has been done between Hinckley and Northwood. 
t Die length of this line is estimated to be thirty miles, but no surveys have b^n made. 



358 



Eeport of the Kailboad Commissionbbs. 



Description of Road and Bqulpment — (OoiilliitiMl) 



^mPHKflT. 


i 




If 


III 
P 




2 


fjaoomotivea, 8 drivers ^ i^ -»,,*. .... » 


1 

13 


ill.SOO 
11.100 


215,000 
300,000 


2 


n 


1 


Locomotlvea, a drivers , , , . 


11 


TotaJfl . . , , ,,,»*. * 


H 








u 


14 






FIrst-cIass passoDger cars 


10 
2 
2 


r,80O 
4700 
1,900 






i 


113 


Second-class passenger cars 


1 


Baffeaflre, mau and ^Dress cars 


i 






Total 


14 








14 


14 






Box freight cars 


20 

60 

6 


$620 

615 

1,080 






SO 

m 
« 


1) 


Flat freight cars 


50 


Oaboose, 8- wheel cars. 


1 






Total 


78 








Til ' ^ 









Pasaenger and freight cars are equipped with Westhighouse and New Yark alr^brak4 ud 
Qould and M. C. B. coupler. 

Pennsylvania Steel Companv pohit switch, spring rail frog ttid automatic (Jersej Cit;) stuili 
throughout entire line of road. 

Miscellaneous Statistics, 

B!ntJr* line In 
Item. N. Y StAte. 

The Western Union Telegraph Company owns the entire line f roiB Herkimer to 

Moose river ( 5i.2) miles and the Great Northwestern from t.ber« t0 Maiont? 

129.70 miles, including branches. The railroad company has the ezclustve u^e 

of one wire throughout the line. There are two wires, except on Hlncltley 

branch and passenger (all stations) U 

Road constructed and opened for business. If any, during the year, Fliltoa Chain 

to Tuppers Lake, miles „ . ,^ , 57 

Total assessed value of real estate and personal property of company ...«,. i201,M9 OD 

Length of steel rails laid during year in repairs, mllee , , O.U 

Rail'oads crossing road at grade, Northern Adirondack at Tuppers lake. 

Central Vermont and Malone ,, t 

Highway crossings at grade without protection 51 

Highway crossings at grade protectea by gates or flagmen 1 

Highway crossings over or under grade (at Remsen) ,...*.....,.... 1 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track » 1 

Passenger cars are heated by steam, lighted with oil and gas and ventilated by ordtoarr roof 
ventilation. 

American Express Company runs over line at double flrst-class freight ratoA on local biuUi«ii 
and one and one-half times first-class freight rates on through bus^n^es, except Montrebl tmfflc 
on which it is to pay first-class freieht rates. The express compimy ji:^iarantt^4f8 th&t their paf- 
ments at the above named rates will not be less than $12,000 per anuuiu. This a^reomenl takoi 
effect November 1, 1892. With respect to the period from July 15 to Octotwr 31 » isas. ^ 
express company is to pay a lump sum of $6,000. 

Compensation for carrying maus between Herkimer and Poland, N. Y , SS1!^.87- 
Dbsoription of FanoHT Moyed. 



Item. 



Flour ****»*, 

Grain 

Meats and provisions .*<■>* 

Live stock 

Lumber > . t * * 

Pig and bar iron and steel 

Iron or other ores 

Coal and coke 

Petroleum and other oUr « . ^ 

Shipments of manufactured goods received bv railroad companies 

wjtb<n this State from manufactories within this State 

All o'ber manufactures 

A)I other merchandise 

All other agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 

Total 



TouQage. 



S,52S 


LH 


i.tm 


iM 


em 


M 


toi 


m 


4S,44& 


mM 


1,414 


i.» 


ail 


w 


7,T3a 


WM 


ssi 


m 


5,140 


7M 


2,073 


SM 


1,070 


fM 


S.SM 


a.Si 


2,7^ 


«J» 



71.297 



P*roaftt 



100 



i 



MoHiWK AND MaLOKK. 



359 





NUUBKK QF AOOIDEKTO. 










1 

Injured. , 


KlUed. 


TtoUl. 


t^ploJBB. .., t ^ *<...**.. ■ > ....<..*«... »....«<. 


4 

1 


2 
2 


i 


COl«ff , . . , „ „ . . . 


1 








Tta«»|,, ,,,„, 


B. 


4 


9 







Offlo«r« of ilte Cotopftiij. 

Wk Seward Webb ....... Fretldeiit, 51 Ea«t 4ltti street. New York city. 

RsstMY L. Bpraqoi. Vlc<s Proddent , 51 East «th street, New York cltr, 

FtLJfi 0, Smith ....„.«.,.*.. Secretary atkd Tl^eaa. ... 51 East 44th street, New York cLty. 



Name, 



DJr««ton of the Cotupftny* 



Re§id*ni€. 



Tm B(wjuujWmb .....,,*... New Yofk dty. 

J. C, T^iaca. i *<>>..,**<>*.< »*.«,,.,**<»»***#* <•»-,..,,,..,.. . New York city. 

C. P. FUM30. ..-...., ........P »....*..< *,i.. *,.«,.««.., i...... New York city, 

Cf . Cor ..,. New York city. 

HxMT h. SFa4QUX — ......* t i ... i ............... i ........ . New York city. 

^. L. ClxDEX , . I » * . . i . . 4 1 * 4 • * * 4 . * « 4 * * * < • i f < 4 » f < • f « « > * * 4 > ■ * . . , , . . New York city. 

a E Tatw^ *..4 .,...,4 New York city. 

Fk^jrt LuoiciB. .....,..., 4 1 *...,. t ... p I > 4 4 * 1 4 * f 4 1 * 4 . . . 1 4 4 » * i 4 * . . Nc "^ Y k^vIl city. 

Thisi Smith, ^.,............. « «......». ..,.. New York dty, 

JAME.^ E4t3£N. . . . . * # 4 i . . . 4 , 4 * * * 4 . 4 4 4 » 4 4 > 4 4 » > » 4 « . > . 4 t . 4 > > . 4 4* * 4 4 i > * i . » 4 . NVW YOrk dty. 

C H ^^NNETT. . . 4 4 . 4 * 4 , . f ,,....... ^ # i ...... 4 New York city. 

Im&. PL4CE... ,.4.» New York dty. 

E. V, W. RoMrrm New York city, 

TlUe of company. Mobawk ftntl MaJone Eallway Company, 

(kn^rai offtc^s at 51 Eofit 44tli street. New York city. 

D*t« of dofltf of flw-al yeiif. .June JW 

Due of atockboLders' an Dual lueetlnj^, .\pri1 1!>. 

Fof isfannotk^a coocertiiDg thla report, addreaa John C^rvtenseii, Comptroller* 



MOHAWK AND HALONE (NO. 2). 

Dfkvated bt the New Yoile Cehtilll aho nonaoN Birza, 

Report for two months eodlnf J%me ao, 18^. 



tHi road was leaand to the New York ^eDtrol and Qudson EUrer Railroad Company Mjvj 1, 
1598, but haA beeo operated an an Independent line to June 30, 1^^^ the operation, mileage, etc., 
ftoi bt^mt^ incorporated id the annual report of the Now York Central and Hudson Rlrer Ball- 
;«ad LkHupany for yisar eiading June 30, 1893. 

iDcwme AaoouDt for Two Months Ending' June 30, 1S93. 

■ «aridn{^ from operaiJoa ».....,»». , f57,?n B4 

[ Lett opemtlnjf expensed (exdudinjt all taxes). ..,..., €S,5Q6 Ctt 

Deftdt... -4 4.. 4. |fl,S74« 

iMnM from other mircei, tu /ollouwt vix. : 

liau 4 Bl W 

|lhBdl«naoi». 30 AS 

DdWt S5,ai8 01 

Jkcnit on ftinded debt due and accrued 111^.^06 07 

llui v^ property used In operation of road fiSi W 

■ — — 17, W6 ei 

I DdtforlwomonttiB , |93,41S OS 




360 Repobt of the Kailboad Commissionbbs. 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earninos. 





Passengers. 


Freight. 


TotsL 


Freight, through $8,684 28 

Freight, local 24, 60S 95 




$28,967 18 






188,88718 


Passengers, through $6,887 1^ 


$26,602 60 

485 78 

2,262 76 

185 57 


Passenn^rt. IocaI Sft.Slft 42 






»,0O8 6D 
485 79 


Mall 




Bzpnfsff 




IB 97 












Total gross earnings • 


$29,486 66 


$28,287 18 


|57,7«84 





OpKRATIRO EZPKN8K8. 



and 



Maintenance of way and Btructureg: 

Repairs of track 

BeiMdrs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts 

cattle guards^ 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs to machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment.. 



$19,887 90 
4.595 71 

1,041 28 
485 SO 
164 74 

960 86 



$27,085 78 



$6,970 07 
1,614 71 



865 86 
152 94 
57 88 

887 06 



$9,499 06 



Total . 



Conducting transportation: 
Wages of conductors and men . . . 
Wages of engineers and firemen . 

Fuel for locouiotives 

OU and waste. 



$1,027 97 
488 76 
83 31 
162 69 



$1,707 78 



$619 72 I 
1,801 00 
11 70 
57 16 ' 



$1,989 58 



Water supply 

Other train supplies or exx)ense6 

Wages of station agents aud clerks. . . , 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



General expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and aidvertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage . 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Other general expenses 



$2,488 10 

8,aS4 72 

1,020 21 

635 99 

163 92 

44 22 

l,7b0 59 

892 79 

101 87 

215 87 

480 07 



$11,027 85 



$874 19 

2,562 59 

1,885 30 

223 45 

64 82 

15 51 

625 61 

188 01 

35 62 

75 84 

168 68 



$6,660 45 j 



Total 

Grand total operating exi)enses. 



$1 399 72 

776 95 

842 8fS 

48 59 

58 

1,046 19 

81 40 



$4,194 78 



$43,£66 14 



$491 79 
279 68 
295 96 
17 07 
20 
367 58 
28 60 



$1,473 88 



$19,631 92 



$88,807 97 
6,810 « 

1,40714 
668 81 

8sei 

1,896 tt 



$36,584 81 



$1,647 C9 

1,^4 71 

45 01 

819 85 



$3,007 81 



$),»» 

6,247 SI 

8,906 51 

SS0 44 

8«54 

S9 78 

2,406 80 

580 60 

186 90 

89171 

648n 



$17,607 SO 



$1,891 51 

1,048 58 

1,188 81 

66 66 

78 

1,418 77 

110 08 



$6,606 61 



$63,586 ( 



General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 

Absbts. 
Current assets, as follows, viz,: 

Otahonhand $14,682 62 

Due by agents 12,882 82 

Open accounts 748 40 

Sundries 13 



Profit and loss (deficiency) . 



$27,706 9 
28,418 C 

•51,127 < 



Mohawk and Malonb. 



Oumfd UaMities, (U foUowBj vix.i 
ton funded debt dne and accrued . 



LlABlLITXBS. 



Traffic and Mileage Statlstlct. 



PlMiffiger train mileage . 

f^«|glii train mileage 

HI other train mileage... 

Total train mileage. . . 



Itkm. 

Oompated on eamlnes from carrying pas- 
sengers and freight only. 



AvHage rate received per mile for carrying 

paanngerB, first-class 

AvHsge rate received per mile for carrying 

pssMigers, second-class 

Aivsge rate received per mile for carrying 

paaengera. all classes 

AvHage rate received per mile per ton for 

enyiag freight, all classes 



Through. 



Cents. 
2.8 
1.78 
2.24 
1.41 



Local 



0ent3. 
2.78 



2.78 
2.64 



DBSOBipnoir of Fbkioht Movso. 



Item. 



I provisions . 



sad bar iron and steel , 

or other ores 

sad eok0 

„jileion and other oils 

II oOer maanf actnres 

Mother merchandise 

Al other agrlmltaral products , 

Jl other Sticlas not included above. 



Mai.. 



361 



$16,666 07 



ITBX. 


Through. 




TotaL 




1,919 
284,660 

8,898 
260,A62 


24,665 
741,862 

19,712 
930,267 


26,684 




l,026,92ir 


Hsmberof toosof^freight carried 


28,110 


ffnmber of tons of freight carried one mile 


1,190,809^ 



66,018 
19,776 

26,887 



108,625 



iTn. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Loss. 


Pfesnoger earnings and expenses Cincluding 
oisfl, sxpresB and miscellaneous earnings). . . . 


$29,486 66 
1 1078 
0887 
5265 

28,287 18 
12240 
0288 
1 4805 


$48,966 14 
16589 
0429 
7849 

19,681 92 
8495 
0165 
9928 


$14,529 48 
646fr 


Average per passenger per mile 


0142 


Aversge per JMssenger train per mile 

IM{lit earnings and expenses (including mis- 


2594 
Profit. 
8,655 26 


Average per ton of freight cwrled 


8745 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


0078 


AVHSce ner freisht tra& ner mUe 


4877 







Through 
andlooiL 



Cents. 
2.62 
1.7S 
2.6» 
2.8d 



Tonnage. 



110 

201 

800 

58 

12,674 

96 

485 

2,078 

56 

1,174 

8,007 

919 

1,952 

28,110 



Percent 



.4» 

.87 
1.80 

.25 
54.84 

.41 
2.10 
8.99 

.24 
5.08 
18.01 
3.98 
8.45 

100 



46 



ft 

'I-! ' 






f<i 



i 



nl 



I 



il 

V 

• tl< 



••; i: 



•:' i 



1 



36S 



BbPOBT of the RaILBOAD CoiOiI8BIOKSB8. 



Employ 



Average number of peraons employed (including offioialg) during two months, 
Aggregate amount of nalarieB aad wages paid them 



HI 



Name, 



Officers of the Company. 

TiOe. 



OJJleial Addreu. 

Ohaunobt M. Dbpbw President Grand Central station. New York tity. 

H. Waltcb Webb Vice-President Grand Central station, New Yoric city. 

E. V. W. RossiTBR Beo'y aad Treas. . . . Grand Central station. New Yori^olty. 

Direotors ot the Company. 

Name. Retidenee. 

William Seward AWkbb New York citj. 

'Chauncbt M. Dbpbw NewYorkci^. 

8. F. Bangbb. New York dly. 

0. F. Cox NewYorkdtf. 

H. J. Hatdkb NewYorkotty. 

H. Waltbr Webb NewYoikcl^. 

0. C. Olabk New York otty. 

J. M. TouoEY NewYorkdly. 

W. K. Vandbrbilt New York dly. 

F. W. VAHDBRBn/r NewYorkdv- 

C. Vandbbbilt New York city. 

J. P. Morgan NewYoiteity. 

B. y. W. Bossitbr New Yoit dty. 

Title of company, Mohawk and Malone Railway Company. 

•General oillces at Grand central station. New York city. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, April 19. 

*Fot information concerning this report, address John Carstensen, Comptroller. 



MOKTGOME&T AND EBIE. 

Lbssob. 

Lbbsbb — New York, Laxb Erib and Wbotebit. 

(Date of charter, January 2, 1866.) 



For history of organisation, etc., see Report of 180S. 

Capital Stock and Funded I>ebt. 
Capital Stock. 



Authorized by la w or charter ^. . 

Issued for actual cash and now outstanding 



Nomber 
of siiares. 



26,000 
16,000 



Total 
par Yalua 



$960,000 
100,000 



Oi* 



lUM 



Number of stockholders. 



Funded Debt. 



UESiGNATioif or 
Lien. 



First mtg. bonds. . 
Second mort. bds. 

Total 




Date. 



May 
Oct. 



.%1866 
1,1887 



When 
payable. 



May 1 & Nor. 1. 
Apr. 1& Oct 1 



Amount 
author- 
ised. 



$180,000 
70,000 

$900,000 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$180,000 
40,800 

$170,500 



Csflhriil 
bed 



^1 

tm,* 



r 



MOMTGOICBBT AND EbIC 



868 



Cost of Bo»d. 



Bndln^^ muoDiy mod haH^gt. 

BddKWi . , ....».,. , 

Sapentnictiire ( mdudtDj^ ties) and ndla 

£^£id, lud dAtna^p^ &nd fences 

Ftnmg^ bnd f rel^bt Htadoos 

tiftoe Bad ear hoaH«!$, fuel and water stations. 

fneiiiperlna expenstis ..,.*,,, • , 

fwfrapb ila^ 



IM«] cost of road. 



I ncomel Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 



Total cost up to 
June 80, 1808. 

$114,979 17 

8,46184 

185,966 86 

44,875 06 

8,099 58 

4,988 64 

18,804 19 

1,89121 

.. 9887,000 00 



Qtou incom€from atl^onrces^ oifoUotos, Viz.: 
BiotAi from lesaee. 



Deduction* fromr ineo^te^ asfoUatoif viM. 
Intenst od funded detbt du« and accrued . . . 

Tvtvt va eamLDgi and capital stock 

SAlariw of offlwra 

lia&ts €l o^oe and expenaefl 



$8,5S6 00 
168 75 
468 60 
460 60 



$16,000 ( 



9,606 76 



Net Inoome f^om all sources. 



VMopEds declar^ 4J^ per cent on $160,000 common stock 

Doddt for jear ending June 80, 1898 

General Income Account. 

Dflflcit tor year eadlnj? June 80, 1898 



$6,898 86 
6,750 00 



$856 76 



SorpJui up to June 30, 1883 . 

Tola] surplus June 30, 1893 

Oeneral Balance Sheet, June 30, 1803. 

Aassrs. 



$856 76 
1,264 19 



$907 44 



Ooitof mad. .. 

Cub OS hanil 



$887,000 00 

907 44 

$887,907 44 



Oftpltal stock , 
nudeddebt.. 



LiABiunn. 



(^mnf ii/abUitie*^ <itfoU(fW9t vis. 

Stoking fiiud , . . , 

Fttodt and loss (stirplu8> , . , 



$150,00000 

170,60000 

6,60060 

90 7 44 

$887,907 44 
Officers of the Company, 
JVairw. Title. Official Addreu. 

J. M. WiLETir......,,...,. President Montgomery, N. T. 

C, J. Etkhkt^ Vice-President Qoshen, N. Y. 

Waltih J. MxAO....... Secretary Montgomery, N. Y. 

Directors of the Con&pany. 

Name. ReHdenee. 

Gkoaos Sekior , Montgomery, N. T. 

JfK^cps M. WiLsiN Montgomery, N. T. 

Daxicl M . Wade Montgomery, N. Y. 

EsKNKJScR Van Alst Montgomery, N. T. 

William 8. Mdl'ljj ,.,^ Montgomery, N. Y. 

fkxDaRic Bodice Montgomery, N. Y. 

Gioaaa W. AcEEm;,T. Montgomery, N. Y. 

Charles J. Etehett Qoshen, N. Y. 

Oborgk W, MfjnjLAT . . . , Goshen, N. Y. 

J'JHS )1 Qt^AUKEiTBOfl Ncw York city. 

CKtat.ss M. Vail .,,... New York city. 

QaoHom BcaaaN. Montgomery, N. Y. 



TitJe of com\mtiy, Mont^^omery and Brie Railway Company. 

-Gdscral oflkes ai M'>Dtjtro[nery, Orange county, N. Y. 

Date of close ot flst'Al year, June 80. 

D*ii» [>r ^t^)ckbr>tderii' annual meeting, third Tuesdar In Noramber. 

For liifof'matloi] oouoenilng this report, address J. ft. Wilkin. 



864 



Bepobt of thb Bailboab Cohmissioness. 



MOXJirr McG&EOOB. 

(Date of charter, February S7, 1868.) 



Rboroanizid Afeil 18, 1880. 



On May 4, 1891. Frank Jonea was appointed receirer under foreclosure of se 
On March all the projierty was sold and was bid in for the benefit of the flr»t 
holders. No plan of reorganization has yet been perfected. Therefore in this 



_ ' plan of reorffi 

ment is made aa to capltalstock. 



ited receirer under foreclosure of second mortnse 

t mortgage band 
I this report no atatr 



Cost of Road and Eqnipment. 



Road. 



Total receiver's cost reported up to June 80, 1808 . 

Grading:, masonrv and ballast 

Supers&ucture (including ties) 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Interest and discount charged to construction . . . . 



Total cost of road. 



Equtpmknt. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1808. 



fSSOOO 
440 65 
90 80 
88 80 



S788 64 



of road sad 

equ4>inei^ 

up to Jnae 

80,1808. 



Furniture, etc., for hotel. 

Grand total cost of road and equipment. . 



$405 84 



Inoonoie Acooant for Tear Ending Jane 80, 1893. 

Gross earnings from operation 

Leas operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 



Deficit from operation 

Jhcom€/rom all other source*^ a$foUow$^ viz.: 
Accounts, etc.. credited to profit and loss by reason of sale. 

Gross income from all sources 

DeducHoru from income, cu foUowe^ viz. : 

Bentals 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 

Taxes other ttian above 



$806 85 
886 84 
48n 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1808 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 



EABVINeS. 



Passengers, all local. 

Mail 

Privileges 



Total gross earnings 



OPBKATINa EXPKNSKS. 

Maintenance of way and etnteturee : 
Repairs of track and roadbed.. 



Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle guards) , 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and structures, hotel, etc. , 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment . 

Total 



v^ 



SlCiST W 



$11,010 M 



I406M 



$11,115 S 



$B,0«14 
18,410(18 



$4,861 M 
6,01SM 



$8,588 •» 



i,m:» 



$1,8»86 



18,068 98 
85 68 
60 94 



$9.0«14 



$8,918 81 
1,001 II , 
186 81 
TBOff 



$8,m8i 



$4,m80 
118 ff 

46 81 



li^ 



Mount MoGbbqor. 365 

OomdueUng tranaportation: 

Wanetor oondocCorsAnd men ffiOtt 95 

Want of engineers and firemen 988 60 

IMforlocomotiTee l,n« W 

OQMidwMte 167 79 

Wages of rtatkm agents and clerks 888 87 

Wiget of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen 180 00 

Total $8.177 84 

Otnenl expenaea: 

8ilti1«of general officers and clerks fTBO 00 

Oaaaral office expenses and sapplies 08 98 

atstionerj and printing fi8 16 

Oolritte agencies and^vertising 497 90 

Usal expenses 16 00 

bnraoce 480 68 

IMght and cartage 01 80 

Otter general expenses 84 86 

Total $1,081 71 

Ocaod total operating expenses .' $18,410 06 

Ctoneral Balance Sheet, June 30, 1898. 

OoitofrDad ™*. $11,415 68 

Onrrtnt aaaetf, a«/oBoiaf, vie.; 

(hikanhand 40 48 

$11,465 81 

OtnrtHt UabiUiteB, om/oUowb, viz.: 

Aodited TOQchen and pay-roUs $1,018 94 

Openaoooonts 5.874 77 

Loans and bUls pay able 8.800 00 

rtoAt and kiss (surplus) 1,878 80 

$11,465 81 

Traffic and Mileage Statistics. 

ITCM . All local. 

Kimber of passengers carried 10,894 

" of passengers carried one mile 188,116 

train mfieage 18,884 



Itxm. 



eaminn and exoenses (including 

^ ress and miscellaneous earnings). 

Aierage per passenger carried 

Aiersge per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile 



Earnings. 



$0,048 14 
409 
048 
678 



$18,410 08 
685 

an 

1.00 



Loss. 



$4,861 04 
886 
088 
894 



ITSM. All local. 

Oooputed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. Oents. 

Avwage rate received per mile for carrying passengers, ail classes 4.81 

Description of Boad and Equipment. 

Miles owned, all 
Track. in N. T. State. 

Bris ttae from Saratoga to Mt. McGeorge, sbigle track 10.50 

Magi and turnouts on main line .47 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 10.97 

JiU with iron ran, main Une 10.97 

Awaga Ufe of ties, 4 years, weight of rails per yard —iron, 85 lbs.; gauge of track 8 feet; 
wftht 



ri 



'i!' ■ 



li! 

jl!!! 

\:r; 

If!'" 



886 Rkpokt of the Raii^oad Commisbioneeb. 

DeifirlpttoD of Boad uid lEqnlpment — {CoDtlaufld>. 





Bridou. 


ENTIRX LOtX IV IIEW TCm 




Number. 


*KX 


"Wooden brldiFeA* «.<. ^ ^ .<..«..** ^ . « 


fi 
fl 




Woodesi tfefltJei -^^ . » * - 


^W 








TMal 


a 


USIft 







E^CJlPMi3fT. 


i 




1 


LooomotlT», 4 drJTeni ♦,,♦,* , „ , * ,..,«.,,»,,..« i ,.. . 


3 


$8.W 


31,001 







Flmt^luH ptueeEi$?«^i- cftra . . . - 

Seooud-cla^'a passeager cars . , , ^ h 
BasKSEA, m&Q uad expreaa caT« . 



Total. 



1 
1 




;;;;;;; 


7 







FEatc 



•! * I 



Eamee^ TA(nniia brake and eommon oou|fler cm pu/ma^er cars; Lor^ise iprtxi^ swltdi fa vm 
on entire line. 



MJicellflneoiiB Biatiatlca« 

Item. 



Telemph owned flfid operated hf company* m}]e« ,*..**...,..*, t. .,,, . 
Total ai^MAeed value of reaJ estate and personal property of c?oinpaii]r» 

Highway crcksaltTga at grade without protection ..,.-. ^ <,,* , ,,..,,< 

Highway t^m^ia^ at f^'ade protected by ^atei or flagmen* « ..*..***.. 



Passenger cars are Uirbted W kerosene and ventilated Id the ordinary vaj. 



Employ B6. 



Average number of persona employed (including offlclaJa) during year* 
Aggregate amount of aalarlea and wages paJd tbem . * * 



EntlnUDe^ 
H, T^Stai* 

t 






Title of company. Mount McOregor Bail way Company* 

Gen<?ral ofHeea at BaUston Spa, N. Y. 

For iuformatloti concerning thlA report^ addreaa Frank Jooes, BecelT^r. 



r 



NeWBUBGKj D[JTOHKeS AND CoNNKOTlCCT, 

NEWBUBGH, DUTCHESS ANB CONNECTIOTTT. 

{Date ot chATter, Janimrj B, 1877.) 



36T 



I^biitocT of orgAntzatloiL^ «iC k« Report of ]BdS, 

Capital fitook jmi4 Funded Debt. 

Capita]. Stock. 





oomiciiT. 


PREFVfmiD. 




Kumber 
of abATM. 


Total 
par ir&iue. 


Kumber 
of ehftr«0. 


ToUl 
par valuB. 


Htboriied 1? Uw or cbArtor, Utued for 
piirch««e of DOQfltructed rood under 
qertiflcate al orj^^aLz^tLon, wm6 now 


10,000 


SfiOO.OCN) 


13,000 


iOM.OOO 





CNad total of oommoQ and pnsTerred itock aow outstaadlnir . 
Vtanbar of ttockholdert .......,,.,,,,.....,.... 



llJQO.nco 

laa 



FuimiD Dkbt. 



l^MlOlTA-rTOK or liTEls. 



Date. 



When payable 



Amount I AiDOimt 

aiitbor- I outHtaiid- 

lz«d. tD«. 

I 



fMltteral bonds od rood fran-: 

'±Am and aU pn3peiiy { Haj 1, 1800 

kicomt^ mortj^ogti' on road tttm- 

thiks aad alJ property Juno 1, 1977 



Mftj and KoT , 
Wben earned ■ 



1226,000 
],«3S,000 



1J&I,500 



T«U1. 



I 



SI ,851,000 



11.^90, aoQ 



Goat «f Bowl «od ISqnJpaieiit, 



<~ ^ . -, .: ^, -_ 1 

Road. 


Additions or 
betterments 
durlni? year 
ending Juue 


Total cost 
Of ro&d and' 
i^iulpment 
up to June 

§0, laas. 


Imd 


I60OO 




^Mil ^oKt of rood aa reported^ tip to Jnne SO, ISKI ....»...,.««. 


$2, KM, 401 4a 








Total cost of road ... ^ ... ^ ......... ^ ....... ^ ... « * 


150 Oa 


fS,A54,4fil 4a 


TiyaJ «wt rtf ^niijpfiiiknt , , , . .., ^ ^ ,,„,...,... ^ ,., ^ ,. , 


03,GSt 30 






QmoA lotal c<«t of road and equipment . „ ,...,.., ,^. ,. . 


|fi 313 92 


S5j,fli8.oeaw 


iA for land! purchased for rlKbt of way , 

ii turn bdgfrai^, malt and express car, built by tbe company &t their ahop . . . . 
wntTdcTTicic-cftr built by the company .„ ,,.. 

TbtiL * * .., 


UOQO 
B,TS4 13 
1,378 SO 


|5,21S « 


L. 







1 .1 






jii . 



'■ .1 

I 



36ft 



RePOBT op THB BaILBOAD C0MMI68IONBH8. 



Inoome Aooonnt for Year JSnding Jane SO, 1893. 

OroeseAmingB from operation $ie7,Q07tt 

Leas operating; expenses (excluding all taxes) 185,1^ 41 

Net earnings from operations 



Income from other tources^ tu follower viz.: 
Bent of houses on terminal lands 



$8S,408 5C 

19B4I 



Oross income from all sources.. 



DeducUona from income, atfolUnoM^ viM.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $14,575 00 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 5,815 60 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 887 58 

Interest on loans, etc 641 76 



$»«»«. 



ll^WBl 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1806 

General Inoome Aeoonnt. 



Surplus for year ending June 80, 1608 . 

Surplus up to June 80, 1808 

Profit and loss 



Total surplus, June 80, 1808. 



Opbratino 

McUntenance of %oay and ttructurea: 
ftepairs of track and roadbed, steel rails laid, 

110 tons, cost, $8,8.'(0.44 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Sepairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of f^^nces 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment: 

Bepaira of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Bepairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



$10,867 05 

8,566 10 
686 48 
670 18 

185 85 



$14,158 06 



$80,804 48 

7,605 48 

S,148 64 

,680 66 

875 77 



$42,606 06 



Total. 



>> 



Conducting transportation: 

Wages of conductorA and men 

Wafes of engineers and firemen 

FuM for locomotives. 

Oil and waste 

Water supply, 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks , 

Wages for labor at stations , 

Station supplies , 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. 
Ot^er expenses for conducting transportation. , 

ToUl 



$11,165 m 



$11,1Q« 
08,514 91 

i,4nsi 

$106,118 « 



Analysis of Grbss Bamtngs and Operating Bxpenses. 

Earnihos. 






Passenger. 


Freight 


TbtsL 


SYeight, through 

Freight, local 


.. $1,065 09 
. 78,742 00 


4,188 88 
8,006 40 

4,608 87 


$74,807 00 






r4,eB7» 

27,00110 






M*li . , 




4iaB» 


Rvpreos ■ ■ ■ 




8,00141 


Miacellaneous, as follows^ viz . : 
Car mileage ... . , 


. $1,087 58 

. 57,885 00 

278 75 


54,449 01 




Rentals 

Other sources 






60,141 m 






Total gross earnings 


$88,881 80 


$189,866 10 


$167,587 H 









$41,€n4l 

10,8e0 8l 
2,;«818 
1,860 81 

em 01 



$66,898 01 



$I,8«79 


$8,966 66 


$6,1S5« 


8,588 08 


4,68t 84 


7,168 « 


182 55 


547 72 


no8r 


1,107 90 


2,656 95 


8,886 U 


$5,900 56 


$11,704 67 


$16,906 88 


$8,811 64 


$5 609 19 


$7,noj| 


2,617 P2 


8,807 40 


6,8155 


2,946 06 


8,888 28 


M,sa 


157 52 


860 05 


688» 


■ 106 19 


815 60 


420a 


140 90 


125 06 


M6I 


2,186 72 


6,871 07 


8,486 • 


165 00 


621 18 


18i« 


826 84 


580 68 


907 46 


924 66 


8,875 29 


4,186 « 

1148 


20 78 


98 70 


$11,748 10 


$89,858 88 


$41,161 • 



J 



Newbubgh, Dutchess and Connkctiodt. 



369 



Analysis of Gross Kamlng^ and Operating: Kxpenses — (Continued). 





Passenger. 


Freight. Total. 


General expenjies : 
Salaries of general officers and clerks 


$2,844 96 
375 68 
284 75 
106 12 
175 28 


$8,535 04 

1,137 80 

589 40 

818 88 

526 82 

81 11 

765 06 

627 57 

2,134 56 

521 14 


$11,380 00 


funeral office expenses and supplies 


1,512 98 


Stationery and printing 


874 15 


Outside a^rencles and advertiaiog 


424 50 


Lef?al expenses 


701 10 


Loss and damage of freight, and baggage 


81 11 


Da^rage to cattle and property .... ."7. ."........ 


255 02 
209 19 
711 44 
172 08 


1,020 08 


Injuriee to persons .. T. ..'.... ' 


836 76 


Telegraph maintenance and operation 


2,846 00 


Otb«r general expenses '. 


693 17 






Total 


$5,184 47 


$15,185 38 


$20,810 85 


Grand total operating expenses 


$36,282 09 

— 


$98,947 86 


$135,179 45 



General Balanoe Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Cost of road ' $2,554,461 43 

Cost of equipment 68,688 90 

Other invest me ntt, cu follows, viz. : 
Real estate 1,223 47 

Current OMets, cu follows, viz.: 

Cwh on hand $20,826 24 

Due by agents 8,103 89 

Op«n accounts 22,159 56 

Materials and supplies 15,638 59 



61,727 78 



$2,681,084 88 



LlABIUTIBS 

Capital stock $1,100,000 00 

Funded debt , 1 ,390,500 00 

Onrrtnt liabilities, as follows, viz.: 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls. . .' $18,430 98 

Open accountR. . , 990 92 

Loans and bills payable 10,000 00 

Bonds and mortgages 65,000 00 

g^ ^21 90 

lYofit and loss (surplus) 106,112 98 



Traffic and Mlleagre Statistics. 



$2,681,034 88 



ITKM. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 


Number of pawwngers carried 




86,942 

946, 8 « 

100,603 

1,986,233 


86,942 


Number of pansengers carried one mile 




946,842 
101,828 


Nunifier of tons of freight carried 


1,220 
43,190 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile 


2,039,428 



Pas^Dger train mileage . 
FVeight train mileage 



Total train mileage.. 



AU local. 

31,638 
97,068 



128,706 



ITKM. 


Earnings. 


Expenses. 


Profit 


PasRenger earnings and expenses (including 

nuul, express and miscellaneous earnings) 

Average pier p vwenger carried 


$38,381 89 

441 

045 

1 211 

129,266 10 

1 269 

064 

1 332 


$36,232 09 

417 

038 

1 145 

98,947 86 

972 

049 

1 019 


$2,099 80 
024 


Average per passenger per mile 


07 


Avef^ge per passenger train per mile 


066 


IVi^icbt eamfags and expenses (including mis- 
cellaneous earnings) 


30,809 74 


ATBtage per ton of f ''eight ctirried . 


297 


Af^age per ton of freight per mile 


015 


Av Tage per freight train per mile 


813 







i 


n 


1 


! 1 


. ? 






1 1 




•S i 




« 




?.:i 


f 




' 


1^ 




1 


• , 


i i 


' 


\ 








i 



•ii; 






t 
'.t 



1 



S70 Bbpobt of thk Bailboad Commibsionsbs. 

Tralll« and BIIl«ai:e Statlstios — (OonUnned). 



Item. 
Oomputed on earninn from cariTlDg paasengers and 


Through. 


Local. 


Tbrosgh 
and 
local. 


Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 

gATA, flnpfc^f Affff . ^ "^ 


Cents. 


Oents. 
9.9 

8.7 


OBBtL 


^fSSS?f™if i2S£l^ ^^^ °^® ^^^ *^ '*"" ^^'^'^^ 


2.5 


4.1 







Description of Boad and Bqolpment. 

Miles owned, all k^ 
T&4CK. New York Stats. 
M afai line from Dutchess Junction to State line, between New York and Connec- 
ticut, at Millerton, single track B8.W 

Sidings and turnouts on main line lO.TK 



Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts . 



69.09 



Laid with steel rail, matai line . 
Laid with steel raU, sidings . . . 
Laid with iron r&U, main line . 
Laid with iron raO, sidings. . . . 



M.88 
l.OS 
4M 

io.«r 



Average life of rails— iron, 15 yeare; average life of ties, 8 yeara; weight of rails per vsiti- 
steel, masdmum. 74 lbs. ; minimum. 60 lbs. ; iron, maximum, 56 lbs ; gauge of track, 4 feet 94 
Inches; ballasted with gravel mostly. 





Bridgw. 


■NTIRX LDTK ZR VKW TOMK 
STATS. 




Number. 


*sr 


Iron bridges - 


8 
4 


686.7 


Wooden vestles 




1.855.4)4 








Total 


19 


9,C51.nM 







Equipment. 



Locomotives, 6 drivers . 
Locomotives, 4 driven . 



Total. 






97,000 
5,000 



180,000 
114,000 



Si 






First-class passenger cars 

Second-class passenger cars 

Baggage, maU and express cars . 



Total 



4 
8 
4 




46,000 
43,0C0 
40,000 


15 
15 
15 


4 

8 

4 


11 









11 



Box freight cara 


49 
4 

8 
190 
99 

1 
9 


$4rO 
400 
400 
850 
800 
850 


90,000 
180,000 
90,000 
17,000 
15,000 
18,000 


15 
19 
15 
10 
10 
15 






Stock freight cars 




Charcoal fr^^ljfht cars 




Coal freight cars 




Blat freight cars 




Cabooeer4-wheel car 




Tool and derrick cars ....... x ....... . 








Total 


194 

















>^ 



Passenger cars are equipped wi^h Westinghouse automatic brake, Cowell and Miller 

Fk-eight cars with regular freight brakes and couplers. 

Lorenae safety switch in use on nine-tenths of road, balance open or stub switch. 



J 




Newbchgh, Dptchbbb and CoNNlWrKIIIT. 



871 



HlftCAllaneouB StktUtLC4. 



Item. 



Tel«|[nph oimed and operated by company. mMea , ^ .,,.-■■■ p ■ 

O»iof nul ffttatA now beld by company, excliulre ot that u^ed In operation. 
IbUJ RffiHiH^ value of real estate aad per«otiAl property of compaay ....... 

IJBgih. of slee] rnlla laid duFlii]^ yi^ar fa repairs, miles. ^ ,.* '. > ^ 

EnJlriiads enHtatng road at i^rade ...*...* ,..,.,,.,..,... * * 

HifFhi4^ay croBsfnga At grade wtthiiut protectton ,.....« ^ » 

Hi^hTiy croeidiijpa at jcrede prot«c(ed by gaUa or flagmen — 

flJfti vay croiHlaifs OT«r or under grade ...,.....*«..«....... 

Onrbead olMtructLoiw leaa thao tweoty feet &boT« track* , 



Entire line In 
N. V. State. 

f 1 ,nS 47 

ft 



It 
1 



G^n are beated by flre-prr>of Haamtt^-Jis Baker beater on m.lxed trains, and same beater with 
tfeam mtiachmezit nu pasnen^er tralna; Hffbt«d by mineral Bcsal oU, 300 deffreea fli^ test, and 
i^jiUlaled by Drummer Ytnli\0lDn. 

Amtricim Kipr^ea Company operate* oTer line and paya one and a half drst-daM rntea oa 
KmxliaDpdtoe and haJf fare for ui^eeebtcer. 

Ttili Obtnpany receives |70.Br per mUe per annum from the Fost-offlce Department for tranfl- 
ponatloa of mall«. 

DaaaBiFnoH or FaxxoHT Motbb. 



liati and prorlafona. ...............<..*..*. 

tireitock.... 

lumber i i . i i < 

P|f and bar Iron and steel, ...,«,,...„......,,.......*....,.... 

1r a or otber ores 

Cbal and coke. „ «,.„..,..,.„,.,,„ , . 

ft&ol^um and othef oUi. ........................,...«..,,,.*,, 

Bhlbfn^DU of uianufactured floods received by railroad com] 
wlthtn thlH 8Lat4^ from manufactories wlthlB tblii Stat«P . , , p ■ 

AH other inaDU faetiirfi , 

AU otboT mi^rcbn-ndifle. , 

agricultural products ..,., 

artide« not included abo^e. 

TMal „,.. 



Toimase. 



7»0 

liZi 

10,497 

4^,174 
307 

4, cat 
UBS? 
S.7W 
3,171 
«,870 



101,8 



.1 

.7 
10. S 

le.D 

41.4 

.a 

4.4 

],» 
a.s 



100 



kiUed Dy Kevr York and New EnjElaiid train. 



Total . 



Injured. 



Killed, 



ftt«L 



EXTIiOTBS, 

liwaee numbeo- of p^^ons employed Clocludltij^ ofQeUUa) during year , 
ACpi^at.e amount of aaiaries and wa^^ paid tnom 






Offlcvm uT the CompiMiy* 

Nanm. Title, 

im>. B. 3atJi,Tza Pregldeut add Treasurer. .,.....,,,,,.,■>... i . . 

WiL liCMiiis Vice-President h ... . 

Wm. A- WEixa. '..... P Secretary and (Vneral Accountant, ...,,,»«..* 

Ckas L. Kivrau. Bupl and Krei^ht and I'll re has! n{? Af^nt 

iSif H Moows...*... Ticket A|rt. and Aud. Fasa. and Ft. Accounts. 

Et^kbtt QAaaiBOH. . . Chief Eojirineer 

ii. D. Knutn ,.,..,. Master Mechanic .-P.,....* tii***i.. .*«**..,-■ ■ 

K, B. Mcrao.*,,-i..>.. Boad Master. «>..... .,....,,,.,..,.,,,«...,.... 



0,fftcial Addrtu. 
Matteawsn, N. Y. 
New York city. 
Mattj-awao, N. T. 
Matteawan^ N. Y. 
Matteawan. N. Y. 
Newbui-gb, N. Y. 
Dutchess Junction. 
McM>re's Milk, 



fi 



I 



y; I 

1- ! 



1 



372 Rbpobt of thb Railroad Commissionbrs. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name, Bemdence. 

Jmo. S. Shitltzb BoontOD, N. J. 

Wm. Ldmmib New York city. 

L. B. Ward Jersey City, N, J. 

Wm.8. Eho Pine Plains, N.Y. 

Wm. N. Sagcr Pine Plains, N. Y. 

RoBT.a. Coffin MiUbrook, N. Y. 

GBO.PoTT»a BlUings, N. Y. 

Albert Emonb La GraDgerllle, N. V. 

Samuel I. Wriqht Elisabeth, N. J. 

Chas. L. Kimball Matteawan, N. Y. 

R. C. VanWtok Hopewell Junction, N. Y. 

Wm. R. Shuutze Manchester, N.J. 

Wh.H. Moore Matteawan, N. Y. 

Title of Company, Newburgh, Dutchess and Connecticut Railroad Company. 

General offices at MatteawaD, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

For information concerning this report, address Jno. S. Shultxe, President and Treasurer. 



NEW JEBSET AND NEW TOBJC 



Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


PRSFBRBKD. 




No. of 
shares. 


Total 
parralue. 


No. Of 
shares. 


lyjtsl 

pSTTShlB. 


Authorized by law or charter 


90,000 
14,406 


$2,000,000 
1,440,800 


8.000 
7,878 


|80o,(ioe 


Issued on account of construction, pursuant 
to plan for reorganisation, etc., and now 
outstanding 


787,800 







Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding $9,S98,000 00 

Number of stockholders. Ill 



Funded Debt. 



DSSIQNATION OF 

Lien. 


Date. 


1 


INTEREST. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 


OMh 

lealiied 


1 


When 
payable. 


ODsmoimt 
ootstasd- 


•First mortgage .... 
tSecond mortgage. . 
^General mortgage. . 


AprU80,1880 
Nov. 87, 1885 
Dec. 81, 1882 


80 
100 


P.C. 

5 
6 


May 1, Nor. 1 
Jan. 1, July 1 
Jan. 1, July 1 


$400,000 

100,000 

1,SOO,000 


$400,000 00 
100,000 00 
49,866 48 


■*Sg8 


Total 


$1,700,000 


$549,868 48 


$105,888 41 
















* These bonds were Issued to complete reorganization. 

t Issued to holders of preferred stock in lieu of stock dividends; balance issued In parcfaan of 
rolling stock. 

X Disposition pending; general mortgage bonds Issued for purpose of redeeming flrrt and 
second mortgage bonds; New Jersey and New York extension ft. E. bonds and stock; ] — *^ — 
of rolling stock and building of a double track. 

8 Forty years with privilege to redeem after five years at 106. 



J 



New Jersby and New York. 

Cost of Boad and Equipment. 



373 



Road. 



Qmdlii^ iLtid iiMit^apiir J . 



Bridj^t^. .,, 

Supf-nttnicture (including ties). . 
Buk ♦ , , 



LAQd. 4 

Idiid dainAKve. ,,.... 

ftaiaeA , _ , , 

Pilwionii^^r ftti*i f pel^ht stations 

EliifrLE)#^ anrl car-h^ ^u-i<'« 

Shop!*, ]Tiailjirn-r>' ninl tools , . 

Fliei arid wnttM- ptaTJ. ms 

Ea£ic:ei-riit;j h x jM^tid*^s 

lEterf^t anfl ii isi-tnirii charj^ed to construction 

Purchjis** fif tx)ii»truL-ted road 

Ti*!i^'raph Uuei ... ,^,. 

Strtiei ATn\ n tad en n^^sings 

New Jvr^y u.m1 New Yorlc railway property and franchise . 
loddenUl^i , 



Tcitalcoctof road., 



E^UIPMRKT. 

LocnmotireB 

Pa*ft?njjf*r ears , . . ^ 

Majt, bne^a^e and express cars 

FTei^lit and other cms 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898. 



$7,477 21 



740 40 

8,192 sa 

11,626 34 

758 CO 

3,146 35 



79 07 

"iisss 



S3l 33 
1,043 42 



1,907 86 



$85,118 06 



Total &mt of equlpnaent 

Grud total eost of road and equipment. . 



$1,199 78 

14,973 60 

299 69 

8,067 50 



$19,530 66 



$54,648 72 



Total cost 

of road and 

equipment 

up to June 

80, 1698. 



$7,910 05 

166 56 

16.534 50 

22,000 24 

93,7a3 96 

5,817 88 

10,187 02 

1,057 41 

9,651 64 

831 77 

6,278 68 

8,182 94 

1,892 66 

38,076 08 

117,968 34 

64 10 

647 08 

2,892,110 81 

3 643 88 



$2,730,655 06 



$78,705 55 
68,143 62 
9,185 59 
81,587 68 



$187,572 44 



$2,918,227 50 



Dotible track , 
BriJj^fHt 



Details of Additions or Bettbrments During the Year. 



TVs, 

Double track signals 

Kiliji 

LiDd 

Lud daniBKf^n and right of way. 

f'aMt;nf!;«^r stt^tions 

Tcpolf and fliEun^s , 

Edfiiiet^rinif er pf*n'4i=-B 

Ifilfr&^t aDdili<e<»uut 

AiCCrnumt IfKJOMir'tiT*:*^ , 

ii^xmnt paj^ieeD^'^tf r oars 

Aoxi'jDt mail aud f^xpresscars. . . 

AccntiDt Bleam sborel 

laddetital^ ..»,,, 



Total . 



iQoome Account for Tear Ending: June 30, 1893. 

QroM earnings from operation 

Uflt operatiuj^ expttises (excluding all taxes) 



$7,477 21 

740 40 

8,107 58 

85 00 

11.626 34 

75?< 00 

2,146 35 

79 07 

915 56 

231 88 

1,043 42 

1,199 78 

14,973 69 

299 69 

8,057 60 

•1,907 86 



$54,648 72 



$33 1, ass 75 
273,870 28 



5e€ earnings from operation 

Bfduction* from income, cufoUoios, viz.: 

hitnxt on funded debt due and accrued $29,000 04 

Bi«Jtiil». 11,400 00 

Tiifls on property used in operation of road 8,818 21 



$57,963 47 



44,218 25 



ByrptiM for year ending June 80, 1898 

General Income Account. 



$18,750 22 



Sorptna for year ending June 80, 1808. 
Sorpliii up to JiiDe 50, 1898 , 



i 



Total aiifplu« Jyoe 80, 1898. , 



$18,7P0 22 
80,034 12 

$93,784 84 



874 



Bbfobt of the Railroad Commissionbbs. 



Dbtaiud Btatbmbivt of "Bmktaim. 
New Jersey and New Tork Exteiwioii Bailroad 



$11,400 00 



Analysis of Gross Eamini^ and Operating Expenses. 

EARNDras. 



Paasengers. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Freight, through and local 

Passengers, through and local . 



Express . 



MUceUan&otu^ cufoUowa^ viM.: 

Telegraph , 

Hencals 

Other senrices 



$814,100 84 
2,t>7e SI 
10.008 00 



646 88 

148 82 

1,887 88 



Total gross earnings . 



$880,016 07 



$101,084 07 



48 80 
14 18 
181 88 



$101,817 68 



$101,084 07 

814,160 84 

8,876 81 

10,068 06 



894 06 

IffTSO 

1,456 61 



$881,888 7i 



Opkratino Expenses. 



Maintenanee of way'iand $tnicture$: 
Repairs of track and roadbed: Steel rails laid, 

cost $8,696.63 

Repairs of bridges (Including onlTerts and 

cattle guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotiTes 

Repairs of cars. 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expen«<es of maintenance of equipment . 



Total. 



Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wacee of engineers and firemen. 

Fuel for locomotiTes 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of stanon agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station suppi ies 

Wagep of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 



Total. 



General expentee: 

Salaries of general oillcers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Lois and damage of freight and baggage. . . . 

Damage to cattto and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit 

balance) 

N. Y., L. E. & W. R. R. tolls 

Other general expenses 



Total. 



Grand total operating expenses . 



$80,188 97 

468 18 

9,986 85 

646 90 

188 81 



$81,847 05 



$10,405 68 
18,187 08 
1,100 86 
8,106 99 



$86,848 00 



$16,888 16 

18.889 70 

44,408 87 

1,441 10 

847 S8 

1,741 18 

16,668 71 



1,519 87 
4,604 47 
1,175 88 



$100,618 81 



$11,577 80 
807 19 

8,047 18 
744 68 

1,808 88 



87 14 
608 84 
81 68 



58,666 87 
8,780 71 



$63,978 81 



$841,680 57 



$1,996 51 

45 70 
981 48 
68 07 

18 74 



$8,099 84 



$1,087 71 

1,800 00 

106 80 

806 58 



$8,556 08 



$1,604 99 

1,274 48 

4,888 69 

148 49 

S7 80 

178 16 

1,548 19 

7,588 80 

150 88 

466 85 

116 81 



$17,487 87 



$1,144 66 
89 89 
808 41 
78 68 
118 89 
168 98 
867 
60 66 
8 18 

681 10 

5,799 46 

868 16 



$9,098 07 



$88,189 71 



$88,178 48 

607 88 

10,907 67 

710 87 

14166 



$84,446 80 



$11,588 88 
18,887 06 
1,800 16 
8,817 61 



$88,887 06 



$17,918 1ft 

14,164 18 

48,794 96 

1,688 60 

905 88 

1,918 88 

17,806 00 

7,888 80 

1,670 15 

5,000 78 

1,891 49 



$117,960 48 



$18,781 96 

896 58 

8,849 64 

818 86 

1,881 87 

168 98 

40 81 

668 00 

84 76 

681 10 

64,466 88 

9,648 87 



$83,076 88 



$878,870 88 



Nkw Jbbsbt and Nbw York. 

General Balance Sheet, Jane 30, 1893. 



376 



Oorto^road $2,7S0,eB5 06 

Cost of equipment 187,679 44 

Other permanent inve$tment»t <w foUowt, viz,: 

8took of this company 671,400 00 

N. J. & N. y. ExSMlon R. R. itock 16,000 00 

Owrreni <uaeta^ aafoUow^ fHz.: 

Gash oo hand $2,W6 76 

DoebjagenU 17,000 18 

Open aooounts 90 00 

Hatoiials and supplies 6,406 98 

96,S81 91 

$8,681 ,009~41 

LlABILITIBS. 

Capital Stock $9,800,000 00 

Funded debt 640,868 49 

Owrreni liabilitiet^ OBfoUoum^ viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $9,888 86 

Audited vouchers, pay rolls and open accounts 46,698 80 

Loans and bills payable 40,000 00 

_^__^___^___ Off aka ak 

Profit and loss surplus OS' 784 34 

$8,681,009 41 



Trafllo and Mlleairo Statistics. 

Itsm. All looai. 

Number of passengers carried 1,060,066 

Number of pasaensers carried one mile 16,684,604 

Number of tons of freight carried 140,189 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile 1,814,761 

Passenger train mileage 178,068 

IVeight train mileage 97,884 

AU other train mUeage 14,919 

Total train mOeage 818,664 



Item. 



Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
maSL, express and miscellaneous earnings) 

ATcrage per passenger carried 

Average per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile . : 

IVeiffht earnings and expenses Cinoluding mis- 
cellaneous earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



Earnings. 



$960,016 07 
9179 
0147 



101,817 68 
0066 
0661 
868 



Expenses. 



$941,680 67 
9889 

0164 

srao 

89,189 71 
9909 
0177 
1 76 



$11,664 60 
0110 
0007 
0491 
Profit. 
60,997 07 
4768 
0684 
1 98 



Item. All local. 

Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and freight only. Cents. 

Average rate received per mfle for carrying passengers, flrstKsiaas l .46 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passengers, all cIsMSS 1.46 

Average r Ate received per mile per ton for carrying fredght, all daases 6.61 



376 liEPOKT OF THB RaILBOAD CoiOiI88IONBB8. 

De««rlption of Boad Mid Equipment. 





MILBSOWXXD. 


inLSS LRASBD. 


TOTAL MTLMa. 


Track, 


5^ 




3^ 

2^ 


i^ 


-wGQ 

^^ 

16.90 
6.40 




Main line from New Jersey and New Torlc 
Junction, N. T. to QamervUle, N. T., alngle 
track 


18.23 
6.40 


».34 
5.40 


4.67 

1 

6.67 


12.16 

1 

13.16 


41.50 


Branches or other roads, laid single track .... 


6.40 


Total ttlngl4^ ti-ftcV 


17.63 


84.74 


28.80 


47.90 






Sidings and turnouts on main linot ........... 


1.66 
.26 


4.89 
.26 


.40 
.16 
.66 


.40 
.16 
.66 


1.96 

.40 

2.86 


6.29 


Sidings and turnouts on branches or other 
roads.. 


.40 






Total sidings and turnouts 


1.81 


6.14 


6.09 






Qnnd total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . . . 


19.44 


89.88 


6.22 


18.71 


26.66 


58.60 


TAid with fft^ml rail, main line 


8.09 

**4!i4 
7.17 


26.20 

'*4!i4 
10.15 


■■4.*e7 

"i!56 


"i!66 


8.09 
4.67 
4.14 
8.^2 


26 20 


Laid with steel raU, branches or other roads. . 
Laid with iron rail, main line 


12.16 
4.14 


Laid with iron rail,' branches, or other roads. . 


11.70 



Average life of rails — Steel, 18 years; averace life of ties. 8 years; weight of rails per yard — , 
steel, maximum, 60 lbs.; iron, maximum, 60 lbs.; gauge of track, 4 feet 8^ inches; batlasted 
with gravel. 



Dktaiu or Bbancbbs ob Other Roads. 



Namk or Bramch or 
Road. 


From 


To 




1 


S-S 


5 


1 


N. T., Lake Erie A West.R.R. 

N. Y., Lake Brie & West.R.R. 
New City Branch 


Jersey City, N.J. 

NannetJcN.Y. 
NanuetJcN.Y. 
Miner's Creek... 

OamerviUe,N.Y. 
OamervlUe,N.Y. 


New Jor. & N. Y. 
Junc.N. Y.... 

Gamerv^le Print 

Works, N.y... 

Stony Polnt,N. Y. 

Haverstraw, N.Y 


4.ao 


7.49 
2.90 
4.S0 

1 
1.10 

a.s7 


Op'rat'd 
Op'rat'd 
Owned.. 

Op'rat'd 
Owned. 
Leased.. 


7.49 

a.ao 
"i'.in 


"i'VI 


Oamervllle R. R 




New^'ork^ftNew Eng.Bzten 


1 

1.10 





IN IfXW YORK STATE. 


KNTIRB UMB. 


BRmoKS. 


Number. 


^fSX' 


Number. 


^gE^r* 


Iron bridges 


2 
8 


806 

189 


8 
4 


Feet. 
860 


Wooden bridges 


862 






TVytal ..T..................... 


6 


894 


7 


618 







Nbw Jbbsby and New Tobh. 377 

Desorlptlon of Boad and Equipment ~CCk>iitinued). 



E^uiPMnT. 



I 
I 



I 



P.1 



Looomotiyee, 4 drl^era .... 

First class pasBenger cars . 
Baggage, maQ ana express 

Total 

Box freight oars 

Stock freight oars 

Flat freight oars 

Caboose, 8-wheel 

Total 



9 $7,S8608 



96,009 



14 
5 


7 

1 


91 
6 


1,489 40 




91 
8 


91 
.6 


19 


8 


87 






87 


9r 



86 



51190 

960 00 

85818 

1,470 61 



19,000 



15 



16 



96 
... 



New York air brake and MiUer coupler for passenger oars; fifteen freight cars with New York 
air brake; twentj-flve box cars with Janney coupler; balance of freight cars with wrought an4 
cast Iron draw bars with link and pin. 

Snow's automatic split switch In use on road. 

Miscellaneous Statistles. 



Item. ' 


In N. Y. State. 


Entire Una 


liSDsth of steel rails laid durlnsr vtar in reDSirs. miles 


19.23 
.97 

1 


99.84 
07 


Bailroads crosslDg road at grade 


I 


Railroads crosslne rosd over or under n'ade 


I 


Highway crossings at grade without protection 


81 


58 


Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 


1 


nighw^ crvMurin^ nvSr nr undftr gruAeH'.T. T. . . ^ . ^ . . , , 


9 

1 


f 


Orerhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 


1 



Passenger cars are heated by Spear heater, lighted with oil lamps and yentUated by dome, 
side and end Tontllators. 
United States Express Company operates on road for proportion of gross earnings. 

DxsoBiPTioN or Fbxiqbt Motkd. 



Itck. 



Hour 

Onin 

Meats and provisions 

Uve stock 

liUmber • 

Pig and bar Iron and steel 

Coal and coke 

Petroleum and other oils 

Shipments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 

within this State from manufactorfeB within this State 

All other manufactures 

An other merchandise 

Al other agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 



Total. 



Tonnage. 



8,880 


9.80 


5,678 


4. 


9,168 


9. 


681 


.04 


14,917 


10. 


608 


.06 


66,186 


46.94 


979 


.07 


8,965 


8. 


14,744 


10.10 


10,759 


7.40 


10,546 


7.80 


19,815 


8.60 



146,189 



Percent. 



100 



Emplotxs. 
Average number of tersons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them , 

48 



908 
$110,706 78 



378 



RbPOET of the EaILKOAD C0MMIS8IONEE8. 



OflBoers of the Company. 

Name, Title. Official Address, 

H . W. Db Forest. . . President 68 WUllam street, New York city» N. Y. 

J. D. Habbrouck . . . Secretary and Treasurer. . Foot of Pavonia ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

J. D. Hasbrouck . . . General Manager Foot of Pavonla ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

J. B. Drake Superintendeut Hillsdale, N . J. 

W.J. Hamilton .... Cashier and Paymaster. . . Foot of Pavonla ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
Theo. B. Cornell. . Auditor Foot of Pavonla ave., Jersey City, N. J. 



Direotors of tbe Company. 

Name. Residence, 

Robert W. Db Forest < New York city. 

Joseph E. Gat New York city. 

Hbnrt Seibert New York ci^. 

H. W. Db Forest : New York city. 

Wm. E, Bond New York city. 

Isaac D. Dbmerest ^ OradHl, N. J. 

Hiram Belus Oradell, N. J. 

RoBT. S. HuoHisB Paterson, N. J. 

J. D. Hasbrouck Woodcllff, N. J. 

Edwin A. Stevens Hoboken, N.J. 



Title of company. New Jersey and New York Railroad Company. 

General offices at Foot of Pavonla avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June SO. 

Date of stockhoIderc»* annual meeting, first Monday in May. 

For information concerning this report, address J. D Hasbrouck, SecretHry. 



NEW YOBK, BROOKLYN AND MANHATTAN BEACH. 

Lessor. 

Operated bt the Long Island R. R. Co. 

(Date of charter, August 87, 1886.) 



For history of organizatioo, 6tc., see Report of 1808. 

Capital Stock and FuDded Debt. 
Capital Stock. 





COMMON. 


prkperrbd. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter 


8,600 


9850,000 


6,500 


$660,000 




Issued for stock in New York and Manhattan 
B4»Ach Railway Company ............ 


8,600 


$860,000 


8,000 

8,000 

600 


$800,000 
800,000 
60,000 


Issued for stock In ^ew' York, Bay RJdge and 

Jamaica Railroad Company 

Issued for stock in Long Island City and Manhat- 
1. tan Beach Railway Company 








Total now outstandlnflr 


8,500 


$850,000 


6,600 


$650,000 





Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. . 
Number of stockholders 



$1,000,000 
186 



New York, Bbooklyn and Manhattan Beaoh. 379 

Fi7in>BD Dbbt. 





Date. 


1 


INTKBB0T. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 

outstand- 

tog. 


Cash 

realized 

on amount 

outstand- 

tog. 


DBBIONATIOM2 OV 

Lmi. 




When 
payable. 


First ooQS. mtg. b^ds 
itrst mortg. bondm 

N. T. and Man. 

Beaoh RaflwayOo. 


Oct. 1, 1886 
Jan. 1, 1877 


SO 
90 


P.C. 

7 


April & Oct 
Jan. & July 


SS,000.000 
600,000 


$088,000 
600,000 


1 •HM)0,00l 





Cost of Road ad Squlpment. 



Road. 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80, 1898. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80/1808. 



Bans 

Wharflng 

Cost of road as reported to June 80, 180S. < 



$8,806 84 
81,061 10 



$1,562,060 67 



Total cost of road. 



$88,966 04 



$1,686,066 51 



E^umiBiiT. 



Total cost of equipment. , 

Grand total cost of road and equlfnnent. . 



$88,066 04 



$816,480 64 



$1,008,487 15 



DiTAILS or ADOrnOVS OB BBITKRlfKNTS DUBDYG THE TBAB. 

Difference to cost of rails betog on account of tocreased weight ^,806 84 

Construction of transfers, bridge racks, wharf and other improvements at Bay 
Ridge .;....T:......^. 81,661 10 



$88,066 04 



Income Acooant for Tear Ending June 80, 1898. 

Income from all tources. a» follows^ viz,: 
Bent from Long Island Railroad Oompany for year ending June 80, 

1808, as per lease $06,060 00 

From Long Island Railroad Oompany, for rent due to excess of 

aboye for fiscal year endtog June 80,1808 16,670 00 



Oroas Income from all sources , 



Deductiofu from income^ tu fottotOM^ viz, : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued 

Taxes on eamtogs and capital stock 

General exi>en8e8 



$70,150 00 
781 26 
810 50 



Net tocome from all sources . 



liiMmientt from net ineomey <u foUowtj viz. : , ^ ^ 
t DlTldends declared, 5 per cent on $660,000 preferred stock . 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1898 

General Income Aooount. 



Deficit for year ending June 80, 1898 . 
Deficit up to June 8071883 



Total deficit June 80, 1898 . 



$111,660 00 



80,900 84 

"$81,440 16 

83,600 00 

$1,060 84 



$1,060 84 
0,708 80 

$10,764 04 



•In 
tin 



_ i ^!d^ of constituent companies retired,^ jlz.jpo0^fl«tmor^p^^ 
Bay Ridge and Jamaica RallroadOompany; $800,000 second mortgage bonds. New York and 
Manhattan Beach RaUway Company. 
tGnaranteed by Long Island RaUroad Oompany aa per lease. 



U.' 



380 Beport of the Bailboad Commissioners. 

General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $1,686,066 61 

Cost of equipment 316,480 64 

Otfier permanent investments, as follows^ tHt. : 

Stock of other companies, $796,700; cost 600,000 00 

Current assets, as follows^ viz.: 

Open acc< unts 21 ,SS8 81 

Profit and loss (deficiency) 10,764 04 

$2,484,470 00 



LlABIUTISS. 

Capital Stock $1,000,000 00 

Funded debt 1,488,00000 

Current liabilities, as follows, viz.: 
Open accounts 1,470 00 

$2,484,470"00 

Oflloers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Address. 

Austin Corbin President 102 Broadway, New York dty. 

Charlrs M. Pmatt Vice-President i9i Broadway, New Ynrk city. 

D. 8 VooRHCEs Secretary 192 Broadway, New York city. 

Gkorgk S. Edqkll Treasurer . . . . ; 192 Broadway, New York city. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Austin Corbin New York city. 

Chas. M. Pratt Brookljm, N. Y. 

Okoroe S Edgell New York city. 

Wm. G. Whbilkr Keene, N. H. 

E. R. Rkynolds New York city. 

Wm. J. Kelly Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edward E. Spragoe New York city. 

J. K. O Sherwood Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. 

D. S. VooRHEEfi VVoodbrldge, N. J. 

W. J. Hehre Hollis, L. I , N. Y. 

Alfred V. Hehre Hollls, I^ I.. N. Y. 

Chas. M. Reynolds New York city. 

Frederick Cooe Orange, N. J. 

Title of company, The New York, Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach Railway Company. 

General offices at 192 Broadway, New York city. 

Date of close of flst-al year, June 30. 

Date of stockholders' annual me«^ting. third Tuesday in December. 

For information concerning this report, address D. S. Voorhees, Secretary. 



NEW YOBK AND CANADA. 

Lbssek. 



Income Account for Year Ending^ June 30, 1803. 

Qross earnings from operation $088,086 97 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 750,004 69 

Net earnhigs from operation $188,271 S8 

Deductions from income^ as follows, viz. : 

Rentals $866,8:7 87 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 82,464 67 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 8,764 80 

Taxes other than above 684 16 

818,780 60 

Deficit for year ending June 80, 1893 $184,460 89 

General Income Account. 

Deficit for year ending June 80, 1893 $184,460 89 

Deficit up to June 30, ISftiJ 67,051 89 

Total or deficit June 80, 1893 $101,611 81 

Detailed Statkmknt of Rentals. 

Interest on bonds $886,466 90 

Interest on equipment of Delaware and Hudson Canal Company 40,489 87 

Total amount of rentals deducted from Income $876,877 67 



New Yobk and Cakada. 



881 



Analysis of Gross Eamlngrs and Operating^ Expenses. 

SURNrNGS. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Frafght, through $78,860 78 




$538,153 46 




Fralffhti local r. 459^292 63 






$583,158 4t 


rniMfinirnm thronrh $98.258 70 


$882,649 27 

24,710 55 

20,884 18 

l,6t;6 08 

24.889 86 










832,649 27 
24,710 66 


Mail 




BI»prwHi 




20,884 18 


BSxira huggtige 




1,5£6 08 


MUeellaneotu, as follows, viz.: 

Rente $887 85 

Telegraph 685 08 

Hauling cars 15 96 


1,062 62 




Locomotion serrioe 63 07 




Train service 24,81102 






25,952 48 




Total groBf earnings 


$404,719 89 


$584,216 08 


$938,986 97 







Operating Expenses. 



Maintenance of way and atnicturea : 
Repairs of track 

Steel rails laid, 8,261 tons, cost, $100,182.40. 

Iron rails laid. 465 tons, cost, $12,031 .14. 

Repairs of roadbed 

R^Mtirs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total . 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



$69,880 88 



4,044 89 



871 97 
066 85 
,597 14 



11,684 93 



$95,745 66 



Total . 



Conducting fravsportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Witfee of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and wa'^te 

Water supply 

Other tram supplies or expenses 

Wages of sation agents and clerks 

Wajres for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 



Total . 



Oeneral expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

Oeneral office expenses and suppli.'S 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damaire of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

biluries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
ance) 

Insurance 

Other general expenses 



$28,015 82 
23,126 74 
48,125 75 
2,682 86 
1.400 OC 
4,0% 19 
6.451 61 
2,240 51 
2,865 80 
1,070 IS 
2,171 30 



$117,246 27 



Total . 



$5,289 23 

1,745 as 

1.446 29 
6,776 89 
264 63 
146 97 
1,547 00 
1,.515 19 
4,534 96 

18,648 69 
612 50 
312 24 



$42,840 22 



Grand total operating expenses $.'80,964 48 { 



$114,219 60 



5,793 02 

3 592 92 
9,010 30 
4,2.'8 14 

18,933 74 



$155,7 



72 



$40,706 87 

3'S,977 17 

66,652 i9 

5.227 70 

2,.H<>0 46 

5,664 K3 

15,yj9 47 

12,158 04 

1,296 .35 

2.J<96 63 

3,750 24 



$192,140 05 



$10,694 06 

8,&3S 32 

2,495 50 

20 27 

455 12 

851 46 

349 00 

522 31 

10,613 21 

12,070 53 

1,1.37 50 

519 59 



$43,561 87 



$463,700 21 



$183,549 96 



9,887 01 

5,464 80 
15,076 85 
6,826 28 

80,768 67 



$251,528 88 



$12,474 19 

14,1.59 90 

741 83 

3 756 41 


$17,591 54 

47,001 91 

1,849 75 

6,277 87 


$30,065 78 

61,161 81 

2,001 68 

10,038 78 


$31,132 83 


$72,220 57 


$103,352 00 



$63,722 10 

60,108 91 

113,778 04 

7,910 66 

8,700 58 

9,761 02 

21,961 08 

14,398 66 

4,162 15 

3,966 70 

5,921 64 



$309,386 8S 




$86,402 00 
""$750,664 60 



382 Report of the Eaileoad Commissionees. 

Traffic and Mileage Statittlos. 



Item. 


Through. 


Local. 


TotaL 


Number of passengers carried 


42,246 

8,987,865 

291,786 

25,476,626 


847,465 
10,028,227 

647,086 
48,438,021 


889,088 


Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried. 


14,015,508 
988!77» 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile .... 


68,914,547 


Passenger train mileage 






818,842 


FreighF train mileage "... 


860,968 
81,878 


All other train mileage .......................... 










Total train mileage 


706,167 




Item. 




Expenses. 


Profit. 


Passenger earnings and exx)ense8 (including 

mail, express and miscellaneous eamhigs) . . . 

A^eraipe per nassenfirer cRrrie<1 


$404,719 89 
1 04 

02888 
1 29 

584,216 08 
67 

00775 
1 44 


$286,964 48 
74 

08048 
92 

468,700 21 
49 

00678 
1 25 


$117,755 41 
80 


Average per passenger per mile 


00640 


Average per passeoger \rain per mile 


vr 


Freight earnhigs and expenses (Including mis- 
cellaneous earnings) . . . . , 


70,515 87 


Average per ton of freight carried 


08 


Average per ton of freight per mile 


00108 


Average per freight tram per mile 


19 







Item. 

Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and 

freight only. 



Through. 



Local. 



Through 
and local. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all classes 



Cents. 
2.496 
.200 



Centa 
2.826 
1.034 



Cents. 

8.878 
.774 



Description of Road and Equipment. 

Miles leased, aU 
Track. in N. Y. State. 

Mahi line from Whitehall to Rouses Point, single track 112.08 

Branches; or other roads, laid single track 88.48 

Total single track 151.8ft 

Sidings and turnouts on main line 82.94 

Sidings and turnouts on branches or other roads 4.61 

Total sidings and turnouts 86.85 

Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts 188.90 

Laid with steel rail, main line 112.08 

Laid with steel rail, branches, or other roads 17.65 

Laid with iron ra'I, main line 88.84 

Laid with iron rail, branches or other roads 86.88 

Average life of rails— steel, 12 years, iron, 10 years; average life of ties, 7 years; weight of rail* 
per yard nteel, maximum, 80 lbs ; minimum, &2 lbs. ; iron, maximum, 62 lbs. ; minimum, 56 lbs. ; 
gauge of track, 4 feet 8>^ Inches; ballasted with broken stone and gravel. 



New Yohk and Canada. 



383 



DsTATif or Brjlnc^eh or OTmiH KoAPa. 






Froni 



To 



Ticoini*Tnj^fi R. K I Uelnno Junr-Uud. 

Lakt* ( i^'orL-^L* R K ...... J Ft Tie» mi Irro^a . 



Flattsburj^b it ^lontrtal 



ToUl. 



Chaxj Jnnctiai) , 



Bnkhvin 

Aii'iablf 

t^rrivirscc Line 



t- 






o 

Y 



1.41 



r^eajii-'d. , 






5 






11.24 






,13. 4i] 



.ttS 



30.77 





UBirHSEJ? 


esrriRE i. 

YOKiS. 


STATE. 




Kimiber, 


^KS- 


Iron bridi^eBK . . h . , , ^^ ^^ ... ^ , -»►..,, ** .,, 


4Q 
4 
13 


a, 444 
£00 


TVoo<1i*ri hridpes + + . . , , r ^ , , ■, v, ,** - .. ........ 


^Wooden irenttfi* - - - 


fi,7l3 








Total .„. 


se 


9,3&6 




- 





Automatic safety awltohes la ufw od rualn Hne; 4-5 automatic osd 1-5 istub awilcbe« Id um <m 
branches, 

>|]i»ceUaiif!iiui<i }<;tatiHtli^i«. Entire llnf^ Iti 

Item, 'i'. Y. State. 

Telegraph owiif d aud rjpi^nited Ijy coiiipafiy, itillti^s. . ^ ► . , 357. &9 

Total !i«J^!Wt^(i value nf r**al est uEe of < onijiariy ... . , ,. ^l*410Ti!579 

LeniErth 'if alef i rulls tafd during ye^T In repairs, mile!*. . , * . ,, ....,*..... 34,47 

Lt^bl^th nf Iron rajifl lafd fhirin)^'' Mie yt^ar in n-rixaErs, [iiHijHc , , ^ . p p.. .,.p,,4^ 4. S3 

Railroads cmasi Uj^ rmi'] at i^rmle ..,,,..,.,... , * * . . 4 

Kttilri>B/lH i'rt>«5^[H|^ rn,iul fnvr rjr u:nJef ^TJidr ♦>..,,.,....,,*. * ,+,, 1 

Bighway crossinyj^n at ^^rrn 1h ivU tu Mit pn if taction , , * 100 

High w tiy cruiwi [ij<rt hC ^'radt- pr • noi'tHd Ijy fjLitf U or flajj itieti ,. p .,*■■, , 8 

Hfffli wfly rrosstrn^s nvf»r Dr nndiiT pra'k*. ,.-..,.,,...,,►,,►.,,.. * 5 

Ovt?t(i»^ad nb>!;trLii'iloh4 l^^tn tfi:iii tUfUty fe^-l abovii traek , .p ...... ,.,. It 

PiuMieD(r<T ears are lumt<-4 hy ConwUilated Ctir FTenHTtf^ Cotnpaijy''H »ysiti*rii; li^^htHl with 
mineral oil, I^JhMlf^-reta Lest: veitritated l>v tVetLiuer \ (ilnhe \'eiitilat'ir in trm^woin and elevated 
ro-f 

Katiniial: Exprea^i C«niipany runs ovtr litif aTid iiayit fnr lnuid frp^i^'l-t oht^ anrl nre-half finst- 
cImiH larlET rtil*^; bt'tween Xf-w Turk and IJutJitnd, Vt , nnd Knu^e^a PL>irir, N. Y , l^vo-tliirdk 
flriit ckiss: ^etw#t*n cnm[ t^tinp [.'otni.s. Hrat-ijIaKs f^l^t ](> pn-f f^ut of ils prolJt'i. 

Wa^rrit^r Palart- ( 'iir ('ipniprtuy rim.H iiv<'r ru^iland Eh paid thri^r I'ruiH jH-rnnU' run for sieepinj^ 
care and OTif i>jnf pf^r i[ii]<< n>r d ra wJnjj ro' puh car^. Kailmad romp my luLriL^a'e^ aud deana 
out-lid e of LM.rH No Hrliljiii.nal cltari^*? la miqiIh by tlit- railrrjeid c ^mI«a^y, 

Waijni^'r Palace t'ar Comp;iny rcctnivrd i>'.i.4(Vi* Tf 

Ojinipeni^tkui for the tratHpurtJitl-Hn ^f luitrd StalfHi liinil Ih flx<fd by ilie jwst ofHce di-'part- 
mewt. 

liracRiPTioN OF FjiEiojiT ?Iuvil|j. 



Item 



Flnur ..„..,.,.,.,....,,..,._-.. » .,..,....,.., 

Grain ...,.,.,, ' 

SJea.!^ aod provihii mH ,.,.+ p ... ^ ,..,,.,, ^ .,,..,, + ..,►. , r , I 

LlVfi HtlH-'k , ^ 

Lun:itrt:*r *..., ►,...,..,,. .m,,.,,. ..r| 

Pii,^ and bar imn and steel ,.,.,,,.., p , . 

Iron or r>thf*r oftts ...,.*.►►,,,►..,►►, m ,,►,,,►,,♦ , ,,, ^ .*,..,,.. | 

Coal and cok** , p ... . 

retroirum and otheF idlu .,. p ...... p ....,.,..,...<,.. , , . ^ 

Bhipmenu nf r m othi foot u red jrondfi rffH¥«*d l>y railroad (Mfn]>flnli^a 

i^ithfij this StJitH from manurtujEt^rfes wfjhln tb'8 ^tate 

All 'it k+T 1 1 larni ^li'iijrHs , , , , , , -,......,.,,,, I 

A\l Other i]n-ruliat]diH*^ *..*.....,..►.»,...,♦..**..** 

All otht^r a*! rit'tiit ij raj prniuctfl . , , , , ....... | 

All other articles uj jt included nhnve ......,*. ,...,.,.*.... 

Total ..-...., p ,., p .,*.»,»...,» p .»» p .. t ..».*. t ».. . 



TmnBffe. 


Pereenl. 


lO.OW 


1.07 


1!>.7^ 


2.10 


7,17! 


.7« 


,^.N!» 


.54 


147 6.W 


15, n 


4,-],T>^.0 


4.R0 


STHJIG 


S9,0S 


-i-l.-i,'.^] 


Sfi.13 


a. 4m 


-fir 


^.mi 


4.14 


&'J,7M 


&.6J 


io,?iCMt 


1.10 


26,U7r 


2.B7 


47,47a 


&.Qa 



100 : 



3S4 



Report of the Railroad Commissiokers, 



Nl'UDER OF ACCJXIIC^^TS^ 





InjumJ. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Pnaseu^'erB , ,... , , . . 

Empk.vca , , ,►,,... h ..-,... 


2 


1 
1 


3 
9 


Others, ,...,..... , , , 


1 








Total ,...., 


D 


4 


13 







Emploves, 

Averfitr*- jiinnb*'r nT iM^rs<iriH t-miilojul ^iiicilntlin^ offlL'iiii!?!.} [lurlTi,tr yt*nr, 
AKprt.'^iati' amouiU uf ?talj4rlf h mid . ajj^es paid lli^'Ui 



"fi7 

VvT liffleijrs flurl direelf tb of the k^sse** compaii j, set? Ik^Bsetrs' report of the Altmiiy atidSuiQue- 
hiLDDa l^ailrnitd l^sNi.pafiy. 
Title of I>Ksef t- i.i puny, De!ft«"ure and HMiiBvm Canal Company. 
Qtiieraf ollV.'fo ut Ne-^v Yurk wHy. 
Dato nf clost^ of t]}^'ii[ year, I't'cVjiilT+T Hi . 

Daw uf w|j'clilH'l<[H H* mm aJ tTit^tfUuiCi s**iiond Tuiisklay im liay. 
Fur ktroriiiEitliin t.^'^K'l^^mlliC this rcpurt, miilrtHss f^. T. S. Jlerjry, .\.udi[or. 



NEW YOKK AND CANADA. 

lgK.HKKJi:— hei.AwjHK AM> Hr n!-o,s C^K^I, CoiirAJiV, 
iynU- ihf (.-luLrt.'r, Mjirt-h K-, 1^7^.) 



F(.jF liEMory i-if rtr^^jyaf/^iilioir, cto,* Kt^t' linport nf iH^if, 



Capital ^TmCK. 















of alistrif 

4a 


'- 1 ™ 




Cash real lied 






lI par 
Iwe, 


oa amoudt 
oiUGtaiidlDg. 


Authi *r i/e-Ll l>V t^W i ^^ i'tmrf^^r ... 


Dfiii i ftd.n^'iirrrjn 




J{Uriiii''d Ti >v fn-i iin-t uu- 
Numlii^riit EKsHtkhok 


iL niid iiow 


outMandiuK.... 


1 


13 7b&,Zt4 48 


itrs........ 






% 






FrKUHtJ DjEIlT, 






Pate, 


i 

go 




Ahu'ynt 
author- 
ized. 


Ainnu 
ovtstaj 

ing. 


Qt 
id- 


CmOi 
realized 


Deskinatios of 
Lies. 


1 
PC 




on anKHint 
ouUtand- 


l«t mtK' Ht«rIlnK bda. 


May 1. m4 


Ma 


r 1. xov, 1 


»4.0O0,0O0 


»4,«»,000 


|3,flCO.0W 



New Yobk akd Canada. 

Go8t of Road. 



385 



Road. 



Additions or 
beCtermenta 
during year 
ending June 
80,1803. 



Total cost 
of road 

up to June 
80,1888. 



Oradlnfc. masonry and ballast. . , 

Bridges 

Bucerstructure Occluding ties) . 



Land damages 

Fences 

Passenger and freight stations. . 

Engine and car-houses 

• Fuel and water stations 

Sngineering expenses 

Purchase of constructed road . . 
Telegraph line 



Total cost of road. 



$129,870 66 

S6,7S6 19 

11S«806 76 

498 66 

1,116 00 

360 00 



$871,871 16 



$6,069,173 96 

486,704 46 

2,3;£8,061 16 

>S,S67 87 

1,636 00 

449,988 74 

648 10 

188,110 66 

40,911 78 

8.165 66 

808,088 48 

77,686 89 

9,864 87 



$8,767,097 89 



Details or ADorrioKS or Betterkknts During the Year. 

Grading for change of line north of Crown Point $8,164 67 

FUUngtrestle No. 1, South Bay... 18,178 41 

Grading for side tracks 7 94 

General improvements to roadbed, in widening banks, extending 

culyerts, dosing short bridge openings, and filling trestle No. 8. . 116,684 64 

Transfer from superstructure to bridges $19 89 

General improvements in reinforcing .trusses and floors of iron 

bridges 86,706 80 



Superstructure for side tracks, etc $610 60 

General improvement in ballasting main line, etc 118,796 16 

Balls for side track , 

Land in town of Chesterfield, Essex county, for gravel pit 

Beoording deeds, etc., for same 



Land in town of Putnam for widening right of way. 
Copies of deeds 



$1,100 00 
16 00 

$866 00 
400 



$189,870 66 



86,780 19 



118,806 76 
498 66 



1,116 00 



860 €0 



Total . 



$871,871 16 



Income Acooant for Year finding June 80, 1893. 



Income from all $ources, (ufoUowa, vix, : 
of road 



$836,466 80 



Ctoneral Balance Slieet, Jane 80, 1808.. 

Assets. 
Cost of road $8,767,097 89 



Liabilities. 

Ci4»ital stock $4,000,000 00 

Funded debt 4,000,000 00 

Current HabUiUes^ at foUowt^ vtz. : 
Open accounts .-... 767,097 80 



$8,767,097 80 



Officers of the Company. 

Name, Title. 

Horace G. Youno President 

Jambs 0. Hartt Treasurer ., 

Charles A. Walker Secretary New York dty 

49 



Official Addref, 

Albany, N. Y. 
New York city. 



386 



Ekpobt of the Railroad Commissionkbs. 



Directors of tbe Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Isaac V. Barer Comstocks, N. T. 

Lborand B. Cannon New York city. 

Jambs R Taylor Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jambs Koosevelt Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Horace Q. Young Albany, N. Y. .^^ 

James C. Hartt Montreal. Can. ^ 

Charles A. Walker New York city. 

Reuben A. Henrt Jersev City, N.J. 

Robert Olyphant New York city. 

William H. Cookb WhitehaU, N. Y. 

Robert M. Olyphant New York city. 

Smith M. Weed Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

F. Murray Olyphant New York.'city . 

Title of company. New York and Canada Railroad Company. 

General offices at New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year, December 81. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Tuesday in June. 

For information concerning this report, address S.|T. S. Henry, Auditor, New York city. 



NEW YOBK CENTBAIi AND HUDSON BIVEB. 

(Date of consolidation, November 1, 1809.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 189S. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 



Authorized by law or charter. 
Total now outstanding 



Number 
of shares. 



1,000.000 
894,283 



Total 
par value. 



$100,000,000 
89,4^8,800 



Number of stockholders. 



9,478 



FtNDBD Debt. 





Date. 


a 


arrmasBT. 


Amount 
autharlzed. 




DiSIGNATION OF LiBN. 


■i 


When payable. 


Amount 
outstanding. 


First mortgage 

First mortgage sterling . . 
Debenture certificates .... 

Debenture certificates 

Debenture certificates .... 
New York Central R R. ex- 
tended debt, certificates. 


Jan. 1,1878 
Jan. 1, 1873 
Sept. 1, 1884 
Sept. 1, 1889 
June 1, 1890 

May 1,1858 


30 
80 
20 
16 
16 

♦80 


6 
6 
6 
4 

a6 
M 


Jan. & July 
Jan. <& July 
Mar. & Sept. 
Mar. & Sept. 
June & Dec. 

May & Nov. 


$80,000,000 00 
£8,000,000 00 

$ 0,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

16,000,000 00 

6,460,000 00 


$80,000,000 00 
9,788,888 88 
10,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
10,894,000 00 

6,460,000 00 


Total 


$72,188,888 88 


$68,077,888 88 













« Extended ten years from 1883, and twelve years additional from 1896. 
1, 1898. h After May 1, 1898. 



a Until May, 



New York Cbntbal and Hudson River. 887 

Cost of Boad and Equipment. 



ROAO. 



Additions or 
betterments 
durinf^year 
ending June 
80,1893. 



Total coat 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1688. 



Grading, masonry and ballast 

Bridges 

Super8truct'.ire (Including t^ and rails) 

liMid, land damages and fences. 

Passenger, frelgfit, fuel and water stations, engine and car- 
bouses and shops, machinery and tools 

Sngineerine expenses , 

Purchase or oonstruoCed road 

Block signals 

Oonsolidation certificates representing cost of road to company. 



$18,204 57 
Sl,998 14 
8S,407 51 

768,690 41 

184,474 14 
"706i685'45 



$31,757,684 76 

8,1)7,088 74 

81,660,017 59 

17,019,631 70 

15,554,806 75 

8.021,093 73 

5,493,707 06 

810,711 48 

81,157,904 00 



Total cost of road . 



$1,697,400 33 



$180,493,486 89 



EqUIPMXNT. 

Locomotives 

Passenger, mail, baggage and express cars . 

Freight and other cars 

Barges, floats and tugs 



Total cost of equipment. 

Grand total cost of road and equipment . 



$575,980 00 
858,180 91 
378,183 16 



$1,707,288 07 



$8,404,688 39 



$6,138,500 00 

4,574,000 00 

14,858,790 88 

986,300 00 



$36,497,490 88 



$156,989,937 77 



Dktaiub or Additions or Bcttbbmemts Duriko thb Tear 

Third track, Spuyten Duy vU to Sing Sing 

Tracks and doings, sundry points . 



New lift bridges at Harlem river and Spuyten Duyvfl . 

Block signals, ftpuy ten Duyvil to Buffalo 

New frei^rht and passenger stations 

Land at various points , 



$10,06643 

85,60566 

81,996 14 

706,68646 

184,474 14 

768,63041 

Total construction $1,697,400 83 



Thirty-three passenger locomotives 

Twenty-six freight locomotives 

Seventy six passenger coaches and fittings 

Sixty-two baggage, mail, smoking and composit cars . 
Two dining cars and train for World's Fair exhibit . . . . 
Four hundred and sixty-six box cars 



$885,490 00 
840,44J 00 
481,007 66 
815,154 30 
56 969 05 
378, 18S 16 



Total equipment $1,707,238 07 

Total additional betterments $8,404,688 89 



Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 



Gross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 

Net earnings from operation 

Income from other tourcee^ cufollotost viz.: 

Telegraph $15,834 46 

Interest 699,745 65 

Miscellaneous 805,431 74 

BesU 3,064,854 67 



$48,961,846 68 
80,681,783 87 

$18,880,118 76 



Gross income from all sources 

Deductioru from incomey cufoUowM, viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $8 981 ,510 00 

Bentalfi 5,891.187 04 

Ttaes on property used in operation of road 1,660,144 03 

Taxes on earnings and capital stock 814,898 86 

General interest 198,065 33 

Reserve for redemption of 4 per cent gold debentures 800,000 00 



3,974,846 58 
$16,804,960 88 



11,746,774 64 



Net income from all sources $4,660,186 64 



888 Bbpobt of thb Railroad Commissionebs. 

FaytnenUfrom net income^ at toUows, viz.: 

Dividends declared, 6 per cent on $89,428,800, common stock $4,471,416 00 

$87,770 84 

Add rebate on New York State taxes on earnings $6,849 07 

Profit on sale of Beech Creek RaQroad stock 221,074 16 

227,428 89 

$816,198 88 
Deduct balance unreoovered of claim against Unlte^ States gov- 
ernment for tax on scrip issue of 80 per cent $18,104 09 

New York State tax on Increased capital stock 18,214 68 

26,818 7$ 

• I 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 $288,875 14 

General Inoome Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 $288,875 14 

Surplus up to June 80, 1809 18,859,848 76 

Total surplus June 80, 1898 $18,648,228 90 

Detailed STATEirEMT or Rkntaub. 
New York and Harlem Railroad : 
Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $12,000,000 consolidated 

^mortgage bonds $840,000 00 

Seven mouths* Interest at 6 per cent on $5,000 sinking fund bonds. . 175 00 

Dividend of 8 per cent on 200,000 shares of stock ($50 per share) .... 800,000 00 

New York SUte tax on capital stock 20,000 00 

$1,660,175 00 



Spuyten Duyvil and Port Morris Railroad : 
Mvldei • '" ■ - - 



Dividend of 8 per cent on 9.990 shares of stock $70,120 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 1,978 00 

81.098 00 

Troy and Qreenbuah Railroad : 

Twelve months' rental at 7 per cent on $275,000 capital stock $19,250 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 480 20 

19,780 20 

Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley and Pittsburg Railroad : 
Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $1,600,000 Dunkirk, War- 
ren and Pittsburg Railway bonds $112,000 00 

Twelve months' Interest at 7 per cent on $1,300,000 Warren and 

Venango Railroad bonds 91,000 00 

Oneandone-half per cent on 18,000 shares of stock 19,600 00 

Organization expenses 500 00 

$228,000 00 
Less surplus earnings from operation for the year ended June 80, 

1898 66,847 88 

157,662 17 

West Shore Railroad : 

Twelve months' in^^ereet at 4 per cent on $50,000,000 bonds $2,000,000 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 14 49 

2,000,014 49 

New Jersey Junction Railroad : 
Twelve months' interest at 4 per cent on $1,700,000 bonds 68,000 00 

Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg Railroad : 

Cash rental $15,000 00 

Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $500,000 Syra- 
cuse Northern bonds $85,000 00 

Twelve months' interest at 6 per cent on $100,000 
Oswego Railroad bridge bonds 6,000 00 

Twelve months' interest at t> per cent on $175,000 Syra- 
cuse, Phoenix and Oswego bonds 10,500 00 

Twelve months' interest at 6 per cent on $417,800 Water 
town and Rome bonds 25,068 00 

Twelve months' Interest at 5 per cent on $9,076,000 
R.. W. and O. consolidated mortgage bonds 458, 80 00 

Twelve months' Interest at 5 per cent on $18^000 Nor- 
wood and Hontr**al bonds 6,600 00 

Twelve months' Interest at 5 per cent on $875,000 Rome, 

Watertown and Ogdensburg terminal bonds. 18,750 00 

656,618 00 

Twelve months' interest on bonds and mortgages on 
real estate $1,987 60 

Twelve months' rental of equipment under lease 21 ,242 04 

New York State tax on capital stock 12,608 98 

86,778 47 

Dividend at 6 per cent on $8,768,100 capital stock $488,405 00 

Dividend at 6 per cent on $781,900 capital stock (one 

and one-half months) 4,674 88 

442,979 88 



New Yobk Central and Hudson Eiveb. 389 

Rfmtal of Niaf^ara Falls Branch Railroad: 

Twelve months' dividend at 7 per cent on $260,000 
capital stock $17,500 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 437 50 

$17,887 60 

Rental of Oswego and Rome Railroad: 

Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $850,000 first 
mortgage bonds $84,600 00 

Twelve months' interest at 6 per cent on $400,000 sec- 
ond mortirage bonds 20,000 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 84 87 

44,684 87 

Rental of Utica and Black River Railroad: 

Cash rental • $4,600 00 

Twelve months' interest at 4 per cent on $1,960,000 first 
mortgage bonds 50,000 00 

Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $600,000 Black 
Rlvfr and Morristown bonds 86,000 00 

Twelve months' interest at 7 per cent on $S00,000 Clay- 
ton and Theresa bonds 14,000 00 

Twelve months' dividend at 7 per cent on $8,288,000 
capitalstock 166,610 00 

New York State tax on capital stock 8,890 25 

208,000 25 

Rental of Carthage, Wa^ertown and Sacketts Harbor Railroad: 

Thirty seven and one-half per cent of gross earnings 

for the year ended June 80. 1883 29,88148 

New York State tax on capital stock 182 75 

29,574 21 

$1,404,407 18 

Total rental of leased lines $6,881,18704 

Analysis of Gross Eamlngrs and Operating Expenses. 

ElARNINOS. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freight, through $20,522,168 63 




$27,872,070 62 




Freight, local 6,849,9ar 09 


$27,872,070 68 


Passengers, through S8.574.656 17 


$18,648,860 25 
1,305,845 94 
1,286,868 21 

898,ni 61 


Passengers, local 10,074,^04 08 


18,648,860 26 
1,806,845 94 
1,236,868 81 


Mail 




IfixDresff ............... r ......,,., 




MiBcellaneous, as follows, vix.: 
Excess baggage and storage .... $122,279 08 

Weehawken ferries 209,101 12 

Parcel recfintM 28.007 63 




MUktickets 21,242 80 




Westcott Express 9,000 00 

Hudson river bridges 14,061 48 






886,711 61 






Total STOSS eamin^rs 


$10,589,:76 01 


$27,872,070 62 


$48,961,846 68 





Opbkatino Expexbbs. 



Maintenance of way and structures : 

Repairs of track 

Steel rails laid. 31.188 tons; cost, $628,680.20 

Repairs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and 

cattle guards) 

Repairs of stations shops, docks, etc f 

Repair of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other exi)enses for maintenance of equipment. 



$1,639,274 94 

204,068 80 

252,405 98 

312,211 53 

77,718 55 

110,727 45 



$2,596,407 25 



$1,689,274 96 

204,068 81 

262,406 97 
821,618 51 
77,718 56 

110,727 45 



$2,606,814 24 



$8,278,649 88 

408,187 61 

504,811 85 
688,880 04 
165,487 10 

221,454 80 



$5,202,221 48 



Total. 



$611,438 87 

753,959 08 

84,360 98 

848,881 12 



$1,798,630 06 



$969,227 14 

1,807,946 00 

84,850 97 

211,856 48 



$8,072,880 54 



$1,680,666 01 

2,661,906 06 

1W,701 95 

660,287 66 



$4,871,510 59 






390 



Kbpobt of the Bailboad Commisbionebs. 



AnalysU of Gross Eamiiiflrs and Operating^ Bxpenses — (Oontlnuad). 



PasBenger. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Conducting transportation: 

Wages of coDductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and swit<^imen . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 

Total 

Oeneral expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies. 

Stationery and printing 

Out"ide agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Lois and damafi;e of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mil<4age of cars of other companies (debit 

balance), credit 

Other general expenses 

Total 

Grand total operating expenses 



$719,065 4« 
9S6,106 68 

1,288,836 96 
117,178 77 
119,680 71 
143,544 76 
238,768 70 
895,102 11 
48,846 91 
899,192 48 
448,997 81 



$1,27^,418 56 

1,955.477 65 

1,747,918 81 

117,178 77 

119,680 70 

181,758 74 

765,881 70 

l,9dl,888 20 

68,340 58 

661,821 60 

2,414,484 64 



14,867,765 25 



$11,225,629 94 



$1,991,479 01 

2,910,584 28 

8,081,749 77 

284,847 54 

289,261 41 

825,298 50 

998,600 40 

2,821,440 81 

111,687 49 

1,060,514 08 

2,858,482 45 

$16,068,896 19 



$410,881 00 

28,817 98 

99,792 52 

489,662 08 

79,890 45 

10,452 46 

10,216 20 

248,142 86 

149,888 68 

*22,590 25 
206,079 87 



$1,668,688 26 



$10,906,485 80 



$487,529 19 
28,817 98 
119,874 70 
709,889 09 
79,890 45 
248,960 51 
15,578 92 
110.767 51 
222,275 58 

608,858 60 
205,079 87 



$2,820,972 85 



$19,725,297 07 



$898,860 19 
46,685 86 
219,667 22 
1,149,001 17 
158,780 90 
254,412 97 
25,795 12 
868,909 87 
8n,614 21 

581,268 86 
410,159 74 



$4,474,605 60 



$80,681,782 87 



General Balance Sbeet, June 30, 1893* 

ASSXTS. 

Cost of road $180,492,486 89 

Cost of equipment 26 ,497,490 88 

Other vermanent investments^ as follows^ viz. : 

Stock of other companies $6,058,781 10 

BondH of other companies 8,814,264 72 

Special equipment 6, 106 464 81 

Advances for construction, etc 4,579,574 68 

19,054,084 81 

Current assets, as foUows, vix. : 

Cash on hand $2,945,566 69 

Due by agents 2,476,878 61 

Open Mcoounts 5,5'9,892 85 

Materials and supplies 2, 108 , 898 21 

18,100,725 86 

$180,144,688 44 

Liabilities. 

Capital stock $89,428,800 00 

Subscription account, increase of capital stock to date 1 ,127,600 00 

Funded debt 68,077,888 88 

Current liabilities, as foUows, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt and rentals due and accrued $3,719,086 25 

Dividends unpaid 88,821 52 

Audited vouchers and pay rolls 4,746,282 43 

Open accounts 4,109,949 16 

Past due bonds 4,790 00 

Unclaimed interest 12,299 10 

Dividend payable July 15, 1893 1,117,868 76 

18,744,081 21 

Securities acquired from lessor companies 2,827,200 00 

Bonds and mortcrages on real estate 292,000 00 

Profit and loss (surplus) 18,648,228 90 

$180,144,688 44 
Traffic and Mileage Statlstios. ===== 



Item. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 


Number of passengers carried 


1,080,788 

198,276,479 

16,550,186 

8,291,562,887 


22,640,650 

651,804,462 

4,761,986 

541,542,876 


28,671,888 


Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried 


745,080,941 
21,812,072 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile 


8,838,105,718 



♦Credit. 



New York Central and Hudson River. 

Traffic and Mileage Statistics— (OoDtlnued). 



391 



Item. 



Passenger train mileage . 

Freight train mileage 

All other train mileage. . . 

Total train mileage .. 



Through. 



9,396,886 
9,688,a^2 



19,068,958 



Local. 



4,927,348 
4,506,414 
11,754,546 



21,188,303 



Total. 



i4,a^«ei9 
Hj»4,4a6 

ll,r&4t546 



40, £^,961 



Item. 

Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
mail, express and miscellanctous earnings) .... 

Average per passenger carried 

Average per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile 

Freif ht earnings and expenses (including mis 
ceUaneous earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



Earnings. 



$16,589,776 01 
701 
0223 
1 16 

27,872,070 62 
1 284 
0071 
1 928 



$10,906,48580 
461 
0146 
76 

19,725,207 07 
926 
0061 
1 890 



Profit. 



|6,6aa,^0 21 

0077 
40 

7,«6,77a 66 

coa 

53S 



Item. 



Oomputed on earnings from carrying passengers 
freight only. 



and 



Average rate received per mile for carrying pa» 
aengers, first class 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, second class 

Average rate received per mile for canning pas- 
sengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all classes 



Through. 



Ctents. 
1.875 
1.627 



0.62 



Local. 



Cents, 
1.827 
1.466 

1.26 



Thmugh 
and tocaJ. 



1.838 
1.618 

Q.71 



Description of Road and 


Equipment. 








a 

\i 

|SZ5 


MILES LEASED. 


TOTAL MILES* 


Track. 


i 


/ 


as 


i 


Main line from New York to Buffalo, single 
track 


441.75 
877.70 


1,064.65 
188.8i 


1,087.86 
189.16 


1,606.40 
666.6S 


1,5SO.«0 
666.86 


Branches, or other roads, laid single track . . 


Total sinflrle track 


819.45 


1,268.47 


l,2n.01 


2,072.92 


2,096.4* 




Second track on main line 


441.75 
81.84 


853.91 


877.11 


795.66 
81.84 


818.86 
81,84 


Second track branches, or other roads 


Total second track 


528.59 


353.91 


877.11 


877.60 


900.70 




Third track on main line , 


317.27 
286.64 


10.41 
10.41 


13.49 
10.41 


827.68 
297.05 


390.76 
£9^05 






Total third and fourth tracks. 


608.91 


20.82 


28.90 


624.78 

1,138.20 

40.98 


mM 




Sidings and turnouts on main line 


775.63 


362.57 
40.98 


415.28 
40.08 




Sidings and turnouts on branches or other 
roads 






Total sidingfs and tumou*^8 


775.68 


403.55 


456.21 


1,179.18 


1,231.84 




Grand total of tracks, sidings and turn- 
outs 


2,722.68 


2,031 .76 


2,134.23 


4,754 33 


4,SM.81 




IjUd with steel rail, main line. 


441 .75 
877.70 


1,064.65 

179.06 

9.76 


1,087.86 

179.40 

9.76 


1,606.40 

656.76 

9.76 


1,6^.60 

667,10 

&.7B 


Laid with steel rail, branches or other road«. 
Laid with iron rail, branches or other roads. 



1 

i 



^ 



39 i 



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rit yard— Mi'fi, mdxhmini. IW lla , mltiiiiiviiii^ fjfi lh«. : iron, iimxtmiiii:]. n'B lf»s.; >i:aujct' of track 
feet ttjrji Inchi?!*. ballosttd wUb K^nvtl noti brokifti »t^me. 



I9E.TAIUS OR HnANCUK!^ Lui Otukr Ilu^ns. 



1 iK Kjusl-ji h 



Troy ki. ^'ht'iiiu'taily^ 
Auburn brjiin^h.. . , 
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30,29 
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gpuyfii imyt jl tSi t'.Jl, 

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STHifniM' bfilMc^h ,. 
L^UcJl.t Hh-i-lt Itiv.. 

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& .Sftcki^-ti? liar,.. 

Toiul ,, .,. , 



Troy 

Ni'^v Viirlf.., 
ji'.",*tl M.iri'ct. . 

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Jf'i'M^v UITi'., 
IVUIL H.IL,. 

LuiwlM'a fltJik 

ruibm -, 

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LlavliHi .... 
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Cartljntfi^ . ► . , , Sai-kt't t-* Har. 



1,1/!? 

1.15 

a Mi I 



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L«'ii*i.*i1 

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Li'a^i'd 

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mM 

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ri.oT 

4% 4!J 

4,^55 

302. ?<T 

'".^-37 
17.11 
24. iO 
10, «> 
S7.I0 
l:UM 
1.5.S7 
S^,4& 
H.74 



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9.7ft 



B Til DOES. 



IN NUW ¥01 tk 



EKtmi^ LINE. 



Xuinber. 



Iron britiKL'% , . , — _ , . ^ ^ . , . . . 1 . , 

Woodeti lji'id.L;^3 , ^ ....... 1 

Wcii iilf D tresilt** ► . , H I 

Total, ,..,.,.,...,*. ^.*.* 



.101 
ITfl 



lestRLli. 



73,0ii7 



^utiibt^r* 



115,110 



l,H3i I 

mi 



1*737 



leugtli. 



Feet. 
74,574 
10,111 
95,405 

1:^,090 



New Yobk Centbal akd Hudsok Kivbb. 



898 



Description of Boad and Bqnipment — (Oontlnued). 



EqOTPMZHT. 



§ 



a 

I 



ill 



5 8. 



il 






ell 



Looomotives, 8 drivers, 
Liooomotives, 6 drivers, 
Locomotives, 8 drivers. 
Locomotives, 4 drivers. 

Total 



4 

848 

4 

610 



806 



189 



68 

441 

4 



$10,600 
9,000 
6600 
6,760 



d02,700 
198,000 
68,000 
808,000 



881 



1,197 



88 

840 

4 

88e 



718 



810" 



Sl<^ 



Ffrst-dass passengrer oars. . . . 
Second-class passenger cars 
Baggage, mafl and ezp. cars 

Total 

Box freight cars , 

Stock f reigHt cars 

Goal freight cars 

Flat freight cars 

Caboose, 4 wheel cars 

Oaboose, 8- wheel cars 

Service cars , 

ToUl 



740 

47 

860 


• 885 
64 
81 


975 
111 
841 


6,000 
8,000 
8,000 


88,000 
48,000 
76,000 


80 
80 
80 


976 
111 
841 


976 
111 
841 


1,047 


880 


1,487 








1,487 


1,487 



80,609 


9,844 


1,046 


489 


8,781 


1,067 


1,998 


1.888 


80 


84 


358 


^9 


108 


68 



87,865 



18,817 



89,848 

1,486 

4.798 

8,876 

64 

447 

170 



40,178 



660 
600 
600 
460 
800 
600 
800 



88 000 
80,000 
80,000 
81,000 
10,000 
80,0C0 
18,000 



8,061 

867 

1,006 

4 



9,917 



19,644 

805 

8,488 

1,886 



84,807 



Westinghoitfe and New York air brakes; Janney, Ames, Qould, Dowllng, Trojan, Fooley, 
Hinson and MoKeon couplers used on cars. 
All rinewals are made with Wharton or split switches. 



Miscellaneous Statistics. 



ITBM. 


In N.T. State. 


Entire line. 


Telegraph owned and operated by compcmy, miles 


78 
89 
1,968 
614 
466 
488 


4 469 


Railroads crossing roadfat grade' '....'. 


74 


Bailroads crossing road over (nr under grade 


98 


Highway erossings at grade without protection. 


8,014 


Highway crossings at grade protected hy gates or flagmen 

Highway crossings orer or under grade 

Overhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 


680 
471 
444 



passenger cars are heated by steam from locomotives, lighted hj gas lamps, and ventilated by 
side deck ventilators. 
American Express Company operates over road. Percentage of gross eamhig paid to railroad 

JStSanaX J Cxp iees operates over road also. One and one-half flrst-dass rates paid to raflroad 
company. 

Bleeping, parlor and hotel cars run over road, owned by Wagner Palace Car Company ; the ratt- 
road company provides fuel, light, ice and lubricating oil, replaces broken glass in windows, doors 
and ventilators, and keeps outside of cars clean. The Palace Car Company sells its own 
tickets at its established rates. 

50 • 



si" • " 



891 



Rbpobt of thk Bailboad Ooumissionbbs. 






8o-oalled Red Ltne, White Line, Blue Line, Canada Southern Line, KOlwaukee and Michigan 
Line, Midland Line, Merclianta' Despatch Transportation Company, West Shore Line, Hooaac 
Tunnel Line, Niclcet Plate, West Shore and Boston Line, Southwest Despatch, Rome, Water- 
town and Ogdensburg Line and New York Despatch Refrigerator Line; fourteen in all; of the 
iU>ove the KL D. T. Co. his its own cars, receiving a commission on the business it contributes, 
which varies acording to circumstances. The railroad companies comprising the other lines 
each contribute from their own equipment certain cars, which are lettered as belonging to the 
various lines; the owneri»hip of such cars remainn specific in each railroad company. Am to 
repairs, cars in all the lines are treated by railroad companies in the same manner as ordinary 
cars belonging to other railroad companies. 

The United States mall is carried at certain rates fixed by Congress per mile per annum, 
■baaed on average weight carried. 

Dbsoription of Fbeigbt Moved. 



C 



Itxii. 



Flour 

•Grain 

Meats and provisions 

Xive stock 

Lumber. , 

'Pig and bar iron and steel 

Jron or other ores 

Coal and coke 

Petroleum and other oils 

AU other manufactures 

All other merchandise 

All other agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 

Total 



Tonnaite. 



060,541 


4.00 


S,6fi8,966 


18.46 


000,081 


8.94 


787,001 


8.40 


1,880,065 


8.87 


640,836 


8.58 


828,048 


1.68 


5,864,460 


87.47 


807,175 


1.78 


1,688,511 


7.48 


1,800,454 


8.00 


1,088,108 


7.80 


8,108,717 


0.87 


81,818,078 


100 



Peroent 



NUMBBR OF ACGIDSMTS. 





Injured. 


KiUed. 


Total. 


'Passengers 


70 
006 
880 


8 
184 
814 


78 


-EmDloves 


1,087 
468 


oSS™:!:.:;;::::;:::::;;:::::::;:.:;:::::;:::::::::::::::::;::::^ 






Total .' 


1,818 


850 


1,608 





Ekplotss. 

Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



87,7» 
$17,880,888 84 



Name, 

COBKKJUS VANDKRBILT. . 

Chaunobt M. Dkpbw . . . , 
Charlbs C. Clakkk 

HORAOB J. RaTDIN 

H. Wjki;nB Wbbb 

Edwin D. Wobobstbb... 

SdWABO V. W. ROSSTTBR. 



Officers of the Conftpany. 

Title, 
Chairman Board Direo. . Grand 

President Grand 

First Vice-President ... . Grand 
Second Vice-President. . Grand 
Third Vice-President.... Grand 

Secretary Grand 

Treasurer Grand 



Official Address. 

Cent Station, New York city. 
Cent. Station, New York city. 
Cent. Station, New York dty. 
Cent. Station, New York city. 
Cent. Station, New York dty. 
Cent Station, New York dvj. 
Cent. Station, New York dty. 



Dlreotors of the Company. 

Name Rettdenee. 

•CoRNBLius VAiTOBRBii/r Now York city. 

•Chaunoht M. Dbpbw New York city. 

•Charlbs C. Clabkb New York city. 

HoRAOB J . Hjltdbm Ncw York ci^ . 

Wm. K. Vamdbrbilt New York city. 

Fbbdbbiok W . Vau DBEBiLT Ncw York dty . 

SAMtTBL F. Barobr Ncw York dty. 

J. PiBBPOMT Moboan Now York dty. 

Samubl D. Baboook New York d^. 

W1I.BLISS Boston, Mass. 

ShbbmamS. Jbwbtt Buffalo. N. Y. 

IBrastds Cobniko Albany, N. Y. 

Gbobob C . BuBLL Rochester, N. Y. 



NkW Yo&K CsiirTBAL AND HvDSON BlVBB. 



S96 



Title of company, New York Central and Hudson Biyer Uaflroad Company. 
General offices at Grand Central Station, New York city; principal omoe at Albany. 
Date of dose of flsoal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholderB^ annual meeting, third Wedneedar in April. 

Fbr information concerning this report address John Garstenaen, Comptroller, Grand Central 
Station, New York city. 



NEW YORK CENTRAL, HUDSON BISTER AND FOBT OBANaS. 

(Date of charter, September 1, 1884.) 



For histoiy of organisation, etc., see Report of 1899. 

Capital Stock. 



Authorised by law or charter 

Issued on account of construction . 



Number 
of shares. 



1,000 
900 



Total par 
▼alue. 



910,000 
9,000 



Cost of Road and Bqulpment. 

BOAD. 



Chrading, maaoaiy and ballast. 



Total cost of road 

and equipment up 

to June 80, 1808. 

99,000 00 



Equipmkmt. 



Loooniotiyes 

Total cost of road and equipment. , 



Inoonke Aooonnt for Tear Kndlng June 80, 1898. 



Gross earnings from operation 

Less operating expenses (excluding all taxes). 



Net earnings from operation . 



DedueHofu from income^ at followtj viz,: 
Tsxes on property used in operation of road, on earnings and capital stock . 

Surplus June 80, 1808 



8,000 00 



98,000 00 



99,P10 84 
9,617 58 



9806 76 



17 06 



998171 



Analysis of Gross Bamlngs and Operatlni^ Bzpenses. 

KuunKos. 



IMghtaU local 

mseeHaneons 

Total groM earnings . 



91,906 48 
1,610 88 



99,816 84 



396 



Report of the Raiuioad CoMMiasioKiSRB, 



Mftlutcnance of is ny and structures , 

Malnte^Dfttiee of f (jiiLpmiBlit^ . - - ♦ + * . . . n ► 

Conducting tTansportation ; 

Wa^es of eDKiQ^^rn and flpBinep . . . * ► «....,.*«..* ^ .,,. ^ . . 

Fuel for lot; ►nioUves *,,,,,, ^ .,. , 

^Jil and waatt ..♦ ^ ■ h .*..,*>.........*.. h * * . * * 

Watjpr Hiipply , , 

Other train suppllefl or «xtwt]ie». 

Total * * ^ ♦ ♦ ,...*,.„......*,►.,*..........,... 

Gtnerol ejEvettses : 
GentjJ'a] office eipea^es and Hupp!k*a. . . . , , , , 

Otand totai operating exptins^t^-s 

ac»nf?ral Balunrn Sti«rti iXittio TIO, 180» 

ASRETS- 

CcHit of road . , h . h ^ . h ^ « ^ . ^ .... ^ .. ^ «. ^ «...»... ^ ...«..,«.. . 

Ooflt of (Niuipment * . . - 

Oih er pe r ma n vnl L n vext mentji, as fo Ui rint, viz . : 
CapLial atctck subBcribed liut uot paid Iti ,,...,,«,..«., ^ ».,.,.....«»... . 

Vurrent afmett, a.'^ follows, vi^.; 
Qpen acL'tiuntit . ^ h 

LjAillLlTlEB. 

Capital atm;k , ,,....,. H ....... H ....................... H 

Open at'cnunis . . , , .,...,.,...... , 

ProHt aud kias (surplus.) , 



^5 U 



S193 ^ 


63U7r 
50 Of^ 

M 00 
S3 sa 


fa oiBoo 


1300 00 


^.517 58 



1^.000 00 

a,tKx> an 



8,00(> 00 



64^ 46 



tl3,fl4e 46 



flO.OOO 00 

a,ofio 00 

648 46 

fia.018 4S 



Feet owned, all 
in N. Y. SUte. 



Mo^Q iine from Castlet<">n to Fort OranK<J ^ap^;f^ CaiTipRhy s lulli, Sfi^nlRclfT Inid 
gini^le tracK ^ 



3,168 



E^riMIEST. 



Locomotives, ^ rirrvenB . 



Ftrat-cloaa pEisaeuK^r cartii. . 



g^^ 



1 13,000 



^.3 



C7.900 



Xrirfie. 



Oflicerfi oT iUv> Co nip an 3^. 

President CaBtleton, N. Y. 



C* C, ^'iKHiWORTH 

(.! P. WooLwoKtH- , . .......... \'ice- I'Yesident Caatleton, N. Y 

C C, Wnoi.woRTB , Jr.....,.,..,,.. Rf cr*^tiirj, ........................ Cast letou^ N. Y, 

J, H OBuAba^. .,..,.- Treaisurer l.'aatleton, N. Y, 






Nbw Yobk Oentkal, Hudson Riyes and Foet Oeangb. 397 

Direoton of the Company. 

Name, Residenoe. 

C. C . WooLWOBTH Castleton, N. Y . 

J. S. Orjlham. New York city. 

F. D.KiNO New York city. 

8.B. WooLWOBTB New York city. 

O. C. WooLWOiiTH, Jr New York city. 

Wm. H. Bungk JeraeyClty, N. J. 

Carrol Tnm)N New York dty. 

Hbnrt E. Jokbs New York city. a 

J. HkitrtFinob : New York city. 

Jmo. C. Wbitefobd Chicago. 

8.0. MoKowN Rocberter. 

0. P. WooLWOBTB Oastleton, N. Y. 

G. P. JcxKS Ca8tIeton,N. Y. 

Title of company, New York Central, Hudson Biyer and Fort Orange Railroad Oompany. 

Qeneral offices at Oastleton. N. Y. 

Date of dose of fiscal year December 81. 

For information concerning this report address CO. Woolworth, President. - 



^^ 



NEW YOBK GENTSAL NIAGABA BIVE&. 

Lessor. 

Opsratbo bt tbb New York Cbmtbal and Hudson Riybb. 

(Date of charter, March S6, 1877.) 



For history of organizaUon, etc., see Report of 189S. 

Capitol Stock. 








OOMMON. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Authorised by law or charter 


1,600 
881 


$160,800 


IsBOed on account of construction and now outstanding 


88,100 



Number of stockholders . 



Total cost im to 
Cost of Bead. June 80, 1806. 

Grading, masonry and ballast $8,480 00 

Bupers&ttcture (including ties) and rails 18,8M 65 

Land, land damages and fences 6,690 00 

Engineering expenses S88 46 

Total cost of road $28,10 "oO 

OlBeers of tbe Company. 

Name. Title, Official Addreee, 

Jambs TiLLiNOHAST President and Treas Buffalo, N. Y. 

DIreotors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

J. TiLLnroBAST Buffalo, N. Y. 

0. Vandbbbilt New York city. 

8. F. Babobb New York city. 

C. M. Dbpew NewYorkcIty. 

E. D. WoBOBSTEB New York city. 

W. H. Grixes Buffalo, N.Y. 

J. W. TiLUNGBAST Buffalo, N. Y. 

F. D. Stone Buffalo, N.Y. 

C. 0. Clabkb New York city. 

Title of company. New York Central Niagara River Railroad Oompany. 

General offices at Buffalo, N. Y. 

For information oonoeming this report, address James Tillinghast, President. 

Note.— The New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Oompany for the privilege of 
passing oars over the tracks to and from the lumber yards and docks for the receipt and 
delivery of freight without expease of cartage by teams maintain and operate the road. 



398 



RkPORT of the RAtLEOAD CoMMISSIONERfl, 



NEW YOBK, CHICAGO AXD ST. LOtJIS, 

TDate of oonsoJidation, Repteinl>er 2^ , 1887.) 



For history of organiiation. etc., see Report of IH^l 

C&pltal Stock Anf] Fumle^l n«T>t^ 
Capital Stouk. 





C70MM0N. 


PREn 

Nuitiber 
of flbiLTcs; 


GRRED. 




Number Total. j 
nf sharsa. Par value. 

i 


TotAl 
par ralue. 


Authnrl7e^d by iaw or chjirt^^r, 
(BSTJfd for r*-j.r^aniKfttl<io and 
now outstandlij^r , 


1 

140,000 SH. COO. 000 1 

1 


*ieo,ooo 


118,000,000 



Gr&ud total i>f c^unnion and prefHrrtsd Block now oulEtandJng. 
Number of stockholder^. , , . ► .,.,,... . . , . . 



S.^rt,rtflo,000 
MO 



F*ii?ii>Kti Ds&r. 




tFlrst morti^ai^e boiid^^ 



Oct. 1, 1887 



eO I 4 I Apr. 1 Jt Oct. 1 IfSO, 000,000 f IB.5S5,000 



Co^t of 1£o:mI ami I':i{i]L|)nit'iit« 



EfMD, 



Additions or 
l^-ttrniients 
dur[ti^^ year 
t^ndin^ Juue 
30, im.i. 



Total coart 
of roHd ^^d 
equipment 
up to June 
flO, lb03. 



Land darrift^^t*"* . . .,,,.... ^ h , ^ . ^ . ... ^ , 

PajiHr'nger and f Tfilf^h t gtalloDfi, ,,.,.+, < ^ ...... . 

Cosr of rsiad October 1, li>S7, the date IklK company ai.'<|uirrcl its 
pr^iwrLy ^ ,,.,., ^ ., . , , , 



Total cost uf road , 



IIC65 17 



$1 .52a 07 ' 4&,031 ,0e!2 64 



*^l,5i!a 07 I $46,080,157 93 



Kvttlr«SNT. 

Locomot ivfii; _ , , , , , ..,,,,,., . , 

PasAen^er caffl .,,.,«,.,,,,,* ,.....*..,,,.. 

Dinlne cars ...-.,.,..,.. . ,. .*. ....,„ 

l'Y^^l^bt and otbHr ciarH. ,.,...*,,.*, ^ __.,.._,., ^ , 

Cost of equipnuetit I'.K^toher 1. l!SHT> tin; dttt(^ this conipanj 
acquired kfl (troperty ,,,,, ^ ,,,, ^ ...... , * , 



Tot^ cost of ecpilpiuem ,.,,..*, , 

Grand ie>tn\ pofttof r^^ad aud eqidpinent. 



HKCW ^0 



5i;o,7tib^ 



£41.921 73 
3K658 40 
a3,304 23 

a,44d.9«^ 00 
$S,T8&jOft 13 



H9,87i>,0&7 04 



*.WjKNi tibiires first prcfcrrpil, ItOWN) Pecond ijrt^ferredH 

+ AI1 id the lioudfl were iBstUed W IbcpurchiuiinL' coiJimltt«L'! uuder the reofi^ijjjEatlot), 



New Tokk, Chioaqo and St. Lot is. 899 

Income Aooonnt for Tear Ending; June 80» 1893. 

G^roflB earning from operation |6,fift6,876 04 

Leis operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 6,888,118 88 

Net earnings from operation $1 ,880,757 90 

hneome from other JovrcM, <u folU»ca^ viz, : 

Interest on deposits 8,587 88 

Gross income from all sources $1 ,889,884 84 

DtdueHon* from income, cufoUowSj viz.: 

Interest on f uoded debt, due and accrued $788,040 00 

Bentals 91,818 87 

Taxes on property used in operation of road 174,880 88 

Rental of equipment 76,000 00 

1,184,087 9^ 

Net income from all sources 9806,847 89 

Payments from net income^ aafoUowa^ viz. : 

Diridends declared, 8 per cent on $5,000,000 preferred stock $150,000 00 

Sinking fund contribution 48,798 66 

198,798 05 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 $8,458 74 

' General Inconke Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 80, 1898 $8,468 74 

Surplus up to June 80. 1898 165,769 60 

$178,888 8i 

Deduct discount on 144 bonds of this company sold $4,868 85 

Deduct loss in negotiating sale of the certificates issued by Central 
Trust Co. of New York, under an agreement, dated June 80, 1898. . 88,885 61 

$88,101 88 
Less discount on 60 bonds purchased under the sinking fund pro- 
visions of the first mortgage 1 ,808 85 

88,896 61 

Total surplus, June 80, 1898 $186,887 78 

Detailbd Statemkmt of Rbmtals. 
Rentalof terminal facilities $91,818 8r 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. ■ 

Earninos. 



Passenger. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Fireight, through $4,845,588 58 

Freight, local 1,498,740 98 



Passengers, through $864,989 88 

.Passengem, local 408,886 78 

XaU 

Kzproes 

Miscellaneous 



$658,875 98 

88,879 07 

88,184 11 

1,749 88 



$5,888,807 50 



7,489 65 



Total gross earnings . 



$711,188 49 



$5,846,747 15 



Opbbatiko Expbnsbs. 



Maintenance of toay and Btructwres : 

Repairs of track 

Steel rails laid 

Iron rails laid 

Repairs of bridges including culverts and 

cattle guards') 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



$58,080 81 

7,410 49 

87 48 

9,975 48 

55,888 08 

8.048 S8 

8,491 11 



$130,859 89 



$880,545 58 

47,078 42 

887 98 

68,378 €8 
57,4G0 58 
19,868 88 
53,948 51 



$578,006 84 



$5,888,807 5a 



868,875 98 
88,879 07 
28,184 11 
9,188 98 



$8,668,675 84> 



$888,575 8« 

54,488 91 

876 48 

78,849 14 
118,188 6» 
88,414 81 
88,484 8» 



$78,8c6 18 



4lO0 Kbpobt of the Railroad Commibsionbbs. 

Analysis of Gross Eaminpiancl Operating Expenses — COontlnued). 



PaBsenger. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Mainienance of equipment : 

Bepaira of locomotives 

Repairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Otber expenses for maintenance of equipment. . 

Total 

Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerks 

Wages for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen . . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation.. 

Total 

C^eneral expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

General office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileag 4 of cars of other companies (debit bal- 
ance) 

Other general expenses 

Total 

Grand total operating expenses 



$14,851 84 

29,502 05 

2,988 11 

9,406 22 



$178,612 18 

859,671 82 

18,951 68 

69,757 17 



$188,468 97 
8<)9 263 97 
21,934 64 
69,168 89 



$66 838 82 



$611,992 :6 



$668,825 97 



$41,867 60 


$837,080 25 


$878,897 86 


42 615 84 


887.690 17 


4W,206 01 


87.298 07 


456,574 55 


493,879 69 


8,466 08 


87,857 29 


40,888 67 


5,015 43 


81, 86^ 75 


86,878 18 


9,846 58 


15,488 76 


25,280 99 


60,198 81 


2J6,949 09 


287.147 40 


7,287 91 


426,102 20 


438,340 11 


5,066 17 


16,207 19 


20,972 86 


14,974 99 


264,524 64 


279,499 68 


16,987 14 


282,866 26 


249,848 40 


$244,078 07 


$2,481,488 16 


$2,675,561 89 



$21,721 78 

116 51 

7,467 34 

48,921 91 

8,626 09 

205 95 

260 6S 

8,0'6 27 

17,470 12 

6,454 82 
2,648 21 



$115,964 68 



$568,500 81 



$129,405 02 
740 17 
48,879 48 
281,808 5') 
25,047 81 
85,979 44 
8,640 19 
41,887 68 
89,960 08 

898,496 84 
16,792 14 



$1,067,181 43 



$4,688 617 57 



$161,126 75 

866 68 

51.836 89 

280,725 49 

28,678 40 

86,186 89 

8,900 87 

49,448 05 

107,480 90 

408,9M 16 
19,486 S5 



$1,188,066 06 



$6,286,118 88 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1803. 

Assets. 

Oostof road *$46,086,1S7 99 

Oost of equipment 8,786,800 19 

Other permanent investments, as follows, viz.: 
Stock of other companies 10,000 00 

Ourrent assets, <u follows, viz.: 

Cash on hand and on deposit $157,608 74 

Bills receivable 113,006 78 

Due by agents 883,787 31 

Open accounts 603,560 90 

Materials and supplies 849,479 57 

Sundries 16,226 58 

1,678,581 88 

"$61,455,678 99 

LlABIUTTXS. 

Capital Stock $80,000,000 00 

Funded debt 19,526,000 00 

Ownrent liabilitieSy as follows, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $203,870 00 

Audited vouchers and pay rolls 927,000 62 

Open accounts , 161 ,044 17 

Rental of equipment accrued 60,000 00 

1,362,814 69 

Sinking fund account 442,486 60 

Profit and 1 yas (surplus) 186,827 78 

$61,466,578 99 



■^^'^]V^'^^^^ 



New York, Chicago and St. Louis. 

Trafflo and Mileair« Statistics. 



Passenger train mileage . 

fVeighr train mileage 

All other train mileage.. . 

Total train mileage . . 



41,548 



640,186 
407,128 



401 



IncM. 


Through. 


Local. 


Total. 


Nurpb^r of passengers carried 


108,707 

10,876,W4 

2i,879,880 

818,881,477 


442,077 

22,891,790 

1,168,050 

259,806,919 


645,784 


Number of tons of freight * arried 


41,767,064 
8,587,880 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile 


1,071,781,806 



681,788 
4,8»,101 
1,594,606 



6,606,482 



Item. 



Earnings. 



EziMnses. 



Profit. 



Passenger eamines and expenses (including 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) .... 

Average per passenger carried 

Average per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile 

Freight earnings and expenses (including mis^ 
odlaneous earnings) 

Average per ton of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



$711,128 49 
1 8029 
01702 
1 0481 

9,845;747 15 
] 652 

00545 
1 850 



$658,600 81 
1 0141 
01826 
8119 

1,682,617 67 
1 824 

00486 
1 061 



$l{r7,627 68 



00877 
8812 



1,168,129 58 



00109 
260 



iTMU. 

Computed on earnings from carrying 
and freight only. 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, ilrstrclass. . 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, second-class 

Average rat« received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, all classes 

Average rate lecelved per mile per ton for carrying 
freight all classes 



Through. 



Cents. 
1.158 



1.661 
1.816 



Local. 



Oents. 
1.811 

1.786 

1.804 

.576 



Through 
and local. 



Oents. 
1.500 

1.781 

1.577 

.546 



Description of Road and Equipment. 










MILKS OWNKD. 


MILKS LKASXD. 


TOTAL MILKS. 


♦ . Track. 




i 




1^ 




i 


BCain line from Buffalo, N. T., to boundary 
line between the BUtes of Indiana and 
nUnoi', single track 


60.28 


494.72 


*9!44 


'28!86 


60.28 
9.44 


494.72 


Other roads, laid single track 


28.80 








Total single track 


60.28 


494.72 


9.44 


28.80 


09.67 


f28.02 






Second track on main line 




6.24 


' '7M 


"i'.ii 


■*7*84 


6.24 


Second track on other roads. 




9.16 








Total second track. 




6.24 


7.84 


0.15 


7.84 


15.89 








Sidings and turn uts on main line 


27.04 



180.67 


'!!!!! 


"isiii 


27.04 


180.57 


Sidings and turnouts on other roads 


18.18 


'IV>tal sidinfrs and turnouts 


27.04 


180.57 





18.18 


27.04 


198.70 






Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . . 


87.27 


681.58 


17.28 


66.58 


104.65 


787.11 


I^ld with steel rail, main line 


60.23 


4M.72 


■*9.'44 


wiio 


60.28 
9.44 


494.72 


LaU with steel rail, other roads 


28.80 






• a 



402 



Report of the Hailro&d CoMMissieNBas. 



Weieht of raU» pf r y&rd, steel — maiimum, tt5 lbs., mJolmum, 16 lbs OiiU|ife of track; 4 fwl 
£^ incbpt^; ballasted wilh grav^el. 

DtTAiia or BRAWCHEa ob Othrb RiiAise. 





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5 




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KLglitH 
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k 




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9.i« 


JjFiised 


i.ai ! ]i ar 


Latr Shnr* A Wkh. S^KUlh'rti 


A po]i]t tn ftie vll j 
Lir sthtT Crtii'k, A Ljultit In ibt't'llT 
N. V. oMiuijklrk, N.V. 














T,W 


T.Bi 


Leaned 


7.iS 


1S.« 



TotiU. 



BninGPH, 



Iron brldj^ea . ,_, 
Wocufen hridg^a . 
Iron treMtl^s ^ . * ► ► 
Wooden trefitles . 



IN N^EV fORJi. EFTAfE. 



K>-ti:jir LiNV:. 



TO 
7,157 
9,8i7fl 



Rumher. Af«^-'^ N««.b.r. if^^^*" 



- (- 



49 

^50 1 



it7,3d0 
45,839 



EQirjJ'JJtNT. 



Locomotivt'fi, 4 driinerB. 



Totn'. 






138 



10 



!| ! 

7fl 



m 






3,147 37 






Ilii.SOO 






10 
10 



5^ 



100 






Sfioon ri -t' lnflB p asfl*.' n ^'er cars [ 

DlnFui4 cars , ,,,^. ,, i 

Bap^ga^i^, rnaJJ luid uxpre&'^l 
cars , n , , , , I 



31 
10 



Total 



:il ; S<,flHti ^A 4ii,TiMl 

10 3,94'J G^ 41^,(300 

s! I lli.fiyr 11 IW.OOO 

14 3,050 05 «0.4C0 



MX 
10 



10 

it 



31 
10 
3 

U 



Box f [vi^4(t I'am — . . 
Stor'k friri^'hl t-itra .*,. 
Coal f reliiiu eary ....... 

Fiat freight cars 

CabooBti^ H wlit'fc!l earH. 
S¥i*vict* r^rs - 



Totftl 



149 
4.647 

i,on 

76 
5 

Q,T1S 



11!^ 

1,000 , r3,e47 
...,,. I 6<-l 
2i»e 

.... . , ],u:i 

^£L1 



1,000 



73S 



$P6,1 m 


^5„'*(i(> ' 


H 


1J9 


149 


4Wi 40 


;ri,r.oo 


Js 


m 


«,ee* 


301 oil 


^.'JtJO 


S 




810 


:?>f5 00 


ltt,R>0 1 


8 






ir;tifK> 


]7,riw 


P 







.SKJi 4Jl 


ir,^{io ' 


S 






SlsiOO 


36,11 iO , 


s 










M45 1 


a.B45 





Nbw York, Chicago and St. Louis. 408 

FUMnger can emiipped with Westlnghouie automatlo brake and Gould coupler. Freight 
mn equipped with janney, Gould and Dowling and link and pin oouplers. 
Both split and stub switches are in use on road. 



MlBcellaneoos Statistics. 



Inn. 


In N. T. State. 


Entire Una. 


Length of steel rails laid during year in repairs, staigle length. 




40.04 


Bailroads croissing road at grade 


5 

1 
89 
18 
7 
1 


46 


BaOroads crossing road ovw or under irrade 


11 


Highway crossings at grade without protection 


486 


Highway crossings at irade protected by gates or flagmen 

Highway crossings over or under grade 


06 
60 


Orerhead obstructions less than twenty feet abo^ track 


80 



Passenger cars are heated by Johnson heater and Erie heater hi New York; lighted by 
Hicks and Smith lamp with 800 degree test oH, and ventilated on deck and hj doors. 

National Express Company runs oy«r line. During the period from Juiyl, 1888, to May 81, 
1808, the National Express Company paid this company at tne rate of six cents per ton per mile 
on all express tonnage. From June 1, 1808, this company is to receive forty per cent of the 
National Express Company's gross earnings earned upon this road, provided same shall not be 
less per month than $100 per day, excluding Sundays If the percentage does not equal in any 
one month $100 per day, excludinig Sundays, then that amount shall be paid by the express 
company. 

Sleeping and dining cars run over this road. Sleeping cars are owned by the Wagner and 
Pullman's Palace Car Oo's. The former is allowed one and one-half cents and the latter two 
cents per mile on all mileage made by their cars over this road. Sleeping cars are oi>erated and 
controlled by the above companlea. Dining cars are owned by this company. 

Wagner Palace Car Co. was paid $88,190.67, and PuUman's Palace Car Co. $1,891.46 during the 
year. 

Lackawanna line. Nickel Plato line, Interstate Despatch, Traders' Despatoh, South West 
Despatch and White Line Central Transit Company run over the lines of this road. 

All are co-operative lines owned by the companies over whose roads they run. 

The yearly compensation allowed this company for the transportation of the malls is 
$a6.6«1.87. 

DnoRipnoH of Frbort Movxo. 



Inn. 


Tonnage. 


Percent 


nour ... 


168,879 
470,980 
800,685 
800,578 
848,458 
160,606 
860,091 
686,191 
180,799 
469,566 
188,866 
874,185 
18,666 


4.61 


Grain 


18.81 


Meats and provisions. 


7.87 


Livestock 


6.67 


Lumber 


9.71 


Pig and bar Iron and steel 


4.6ft 


fron or other ores 


7.07 


Ooal and coke. 


15.16 


Petroleum and other oils , 


8.70 


All ot^er manufactures ^ x .. . 


18.84 


Ml oth^r m^ri^handlffe 


8.91 


All Ather agricultural products 


10.68 


Ail other articles not included above 


.66 






Total 


8,587,860 


100 









NUMBXB OF AOOIDXMTS. 








• 


Injwed. 


Killed. 


TotaL 


Employes. 


50 
6 


1 
4 


60 


Others, not passengers 


10 


TqIhI , , ,", ."^ , , , , , 






66 


5 


70 



Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year. 
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 



4.06O 
$8,668,681 80 



404 Rbpobt of the Railroad Commissionkrs. 

Offioera of the Company, 

Name. TiUe. Official Addrtn. 

Wm K. Vandrrbilt Chairman of the Board New York citjr. 

D. W. Caldwell President Cleveland, O 

Alltn Cox Treastirer and Secretary New Yorlc citj. 

H HAMMBRU.K7 Assistant Treasui^r Cleyeland, O. 

Jambs P. Cubrt Auditor Cleveland, O. 

Samuel E. Wiluamson General Counsel Cleveland, O. 

Lewis Williams General Superintendent Cleveland, O. 

G. B. Sprioos General Freight Agent Cleveland, O. 

B. F. Horner General Passenger Agent Cleveland, O. 

Jno. Mackenzie Superintend^it of M'ttive Power Cleveland, O. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

Ww. K. Vanderbilt Oakdale, L. I. 

Cornelius Vanderbilt New York city. 

Frederick W. Vanderbilt New York dty . 

H. M. K. Trombly .^ New York clly. 

Jno. 8. Kennedy New York dty. 

James A. BooeEVEi/r New York city. 

Cbauncey M. Depbw New York dty. 

Fred P. Oloott. NewYorkcity. 

Allyn Cox Yonkers, N. Y. 

D. W. Caldwell Cleveland, O. 

Samuel E. Williamson Cleveland, O. 

Ralph W. Hicxok Cleveland, O. 

Charles M. Reed Erie, Pa. 

Title of company, The New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad Oompcuiy . 

General offices at Cleveland, O. 

Date of close of fiscal year, December SI . 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, first Wednesday in May. 

For information conceniing this report, address James P. Curry, Auditor. 



NEW YORK AND CONEY ISLAND. 

Lessor. 

Lessee— Prospect Park and Coney Island. 

(Date of charter, February 6, 1831).) 



For history of organization, etc, see Report of 1882. 

Capital Stook« 





COMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter, issued for actual cash and now 
outstanding. 


1,000 


$100,000 







Number of stockholders 8 

« 
Cost of Boad and Equipment. 

Total cost of road 
Road. up to June 80. 1806. 

Grading, masonry and ballast $6,896 70 

Bridges 11,068 85 

Superstructure Cinduding ties) and rails 16,008 06 

Ralls 18,686 68 

Land 4,«9 » 

Land damages 9,868 68 

Fences 8,798 75 

Shops, machinery and tools 8,048 89 

Telegraph line 888 97 

Docks and wharves 7,868 87 

Total cost of road $70,877 88 



New Tobk aio) Oonby Island. 405 

Equipment. 

Locomotives flO,«70 OO 

FUMiiger can 18, 671 1» 

Total cost of equfpment $88.841 11> 

Grand total cost of road and equipment , »10Q,0irM 

Inoome Aooount for Tear Ending; June 30, 1893. 

Ineomefrom aU aowrcest CMfoUow^ viz. : 
Bant from Prospect Park and Ooney Island Railroad Ck>mpan7, mider lease >7,781 » 

Payments from net ineomet as fottows, viz,: 

Dividends, 10 per cent for six months on $100,000 $6,000 00 

Diridrads, 4ft per cent for six months on $88,000 1,856 85 

Dhidends, 10 per cent for six months on $17,500 875 00 

$7,781 25 



General Balance Sheet, June 80, 1808. 

Assns. 

Ooat of road $70,677 88 

Oost of equipment 80,841 10 

Current cusets^ asfoUows, viz.: 
Oash on loan with the Prospect Park and Ck>ne7 Island B. R. Ck> 964 87 

$100,068 80 



LL4BIIJTIX8. 

Capital Stock $100,000 00 

Profit and loss (surplus) 088 80 

$100,988 80 



Miles, all in 
Description of Boad. N. Y. State. 

Main line from West Brighton depot of Prospect Park and Oonc7 Island Rail- 
road to Coney Uand Point 8.41 

Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title. Official Address. 

Andkew R. CoLVBR. President 166 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Allan C. Washinotom Treasurer 166 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ltsandkb Staot Secretary 166 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Directors of the Conipany. 

Nam€. Besidenee. 

Andrbw R. Cclvbr Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Allan C. Washinoton New York dty. 

Austin Oorbin New York city. 

SiDNKT WKBsmt New York dty. 

FralbtC. Nibbuhb Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thsodorb B. Moori New York dty. 

Ltsandkr Staot Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TMle of company. New York and Ooney Island Railroad Company. 

General offices at 166 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, third Monday In September. « 

For information concerning this report, address Andrew B. CuItct, President. 



KEW YOBK AND HABLBM. 



Lbsser— Nxw York Central and Hudson Riybb. 
(See report under Surface Street RaUroads, post.y 



406 



RbPOBT of THK RAU.KOAD C0MMI88IONKB8. 



NEW TOBK, LAGKAWAimA AND WESTEBN. 

LE8S0B. 

hxmwK—DMihAWARM^ Lacuwanma and Wutsrn. 
(Date of charter, August 26, 1880.) 



For hiitorf of org^i^i^tXAotk^ etc., see Roport of 189S. 

Capital Stock And Pnnded Debt. 
CAFtTAL Stock. 





OOMMOM. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


AiithrtHsArt Ht Taw fvr **h»ptiip, , , ^^ . , .. ...^ .TTtrr ........ n. 


100,000 


$10,000,000 






Iwifid for actual cash 

IftnifHl rtjt AOctdVnt pf cj>n(Jt-n nation , , . ^ * . , 


506 
09,486 


$50,600 
0,M2,600 






T^fUl f*OW rtllfirtftnrtlnp- , , , ^ t - , , . . t t , . . r r , . . . . r . . , r 


100,000 


$10,000,000 







Number of stoclEholder^ . 



FYnroiKi) DsfiT. 





Bate. 


i 




Amount 
author- 


Amount 




1 


When 
payable. 


outstava- 
ins. 


•First mc^rtfEtii^ ^ * . ■ .^ . . « % ^ . < < ^^ . . 


De& 81,1880 
Aug. 1, 18SS 
may 1,1800 


40 
40 


5 
4 


Jan. & July 
Feb. & Aug. 
May & Not. 


$12,000,000 
5,000,000 
5,000,000 


6,000,000 
4,850,000 


tOonstructloD uiortpa^e . , 


Total ,......,,. *...*..,* 


$22,000,000 


$«1,S50,000 














CoHt of Hoad and Equipment. 



EoAt>. 



Grading, masoDiy and balJost . . 

Brld^o« ...,.„.... , 

Bupenstructure (Includtog tJeet 



Land and laad damagea ^ ...,,,.> ^ .** 

fenoei -. ^ 

PaiMeng«r aad freight statlotis, eitglae and car houses. 

Bhopfi» machinery and tooifi. ^ ........ ^ .,,.,, ^ ,,,,.. , 

Fucsl And water StatlonSH , 

Fuf^lDi^ering erpeasea - ^ ^ , , 

Intereut and dl»oouat charged lo oonstnicyoti ..... r .. . 
Purchaae of oouHtructed road. ., ^ ,,,.,,..,,,„,»»»« ^ .. * .. . 

Tfitegraph EiDe 

Wharflng ,.,.„.,.... 

Terminal f&clUtlefl aad elevaton ; 

SldlDjj^ etc . . , , , . . 

Bimdrlen 



Total cosft of road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
30,1898. 



$28,126 97 



66,915 91 

'iiiaiow 

2,606 69 
867 88 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1896. 



25,488 11 
2,500 00 



$128,760 81 



$9,270,794 71 

2,428,121 55 

2,989,012 28 

2,620,580 71 

5,004,207 79 

164,680 22 

785,662 47 

124,171 96 

ieiiii** 

884,442 58 
10,800 00 
6,682 76 
186,098 48 
882,881 61 
821,828 98 
$01,062 9i 



$26,880,740 72 



* Issued and deltTnrwi at par for building the road. 

made* 



t iBoed to lessee at par for adTanoei 



Nbw Yobk, Lackawanna and Western. 

Colt of Boad and ICqalpment — (Continued). 



407 



Equipmkmt. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during vesr 
ending June 
SO, 1808. 



ToUl ooat 
of roAjd nnd 
equlpmeDt 
up to Jutw 



LocomotiTes 

Passenger cars 

Mail bc^^gage and express cars . 
Freight and other oars 



$20,650 00 
6,001 00 



4,058 47 



Total cost of equipment 

Grand total cost of road and equipment. 



$41,408 47 



tl,»50,Q70 itt 

H7,T0fl 01 

86,070 00 

^,£41,441 60 



$186,184 S8 



I3ai^»e,a95 36 



Dbtjiiub op Additions or Bcttbrmknts Durino thb Ybii.r. 

Lsnd 

New signals," Halls '' 

Ne w water crane, tanks, etc 

Enlarging elevator, BuflCalo 

New machinery at Cooper's Mills 

Dwelling, Buffalo 

Extension freight house, Buffalo 

Ohio street dock, Buffalo 

Trackmen's tool houses 

New depot, Craigs 

New depot. Qreigsrille 

One passenger car $6,001 00 

One hundred and nine freight cars 47,S54 40 

Three locomotives 20,660 00 



Less eighty- three freight oars torn down and charged off. 



$88,706 40 
42,301 08 



Total. 



fee, 015 m 

lT,61»e8 

seres 

if.<506 03 

4,975 00 

^.43a n 

2M% W 



41.408 <7 



$165,164 28 



laoome Aocount for Tear Eadlag June 30, 1898, 

hucome from all other wwreea^ at foUows^ viz, : 

Rentals paid by lessees directly to stock and bondholders : 

Twelve months' interest on stock 1^00,000 €0 

Twelve months' interest on 1st mortgage bonds 730,000 DO 

Twelvemonths' interest on construction mortgage bonds. U5o,090 00 

Twelve months' interest on terminal improvement bonds 174,000 00 

$1 ,644 000 00 

Oeneral Balance Sheet. June 80,^1898. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $«.aflO,740 « 

Oost of equipment 5, SOT ,385 17 

Profit and loss (deficiency) $aii.t08.0S& m 

LlABILITIBS. 

Capital stock $10,000,000 00 

Funded debt 21,350,000 00 

Due lessees for advances 8^6,096 80 

bandloes (surplus) $^,306,088 80 



i 



Ollleers of the Company, 

Fame. Title, QjBMal AddreM, 

SiMUBL Sloan President 98 Exchange place, New York citj* 

Fbkdsbiok H. Gibbkns Vice-President 98 Exchange place. New York city,. 

Fbkd F. Chambxbs Secretary 98 Exchange place, New York cUy , 

Abtbur D. Chavbkrs Treasurer 98 Exchange place, New York city. 

William F. Hallstbad Oeneral Bfanager Scranton.ra. 

F. A. SxABniT Superintendent Buffalo, N. Y. 



408 Report of the Railboad Commissionbbs. 

Dlreoton of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

Samuel Sloan New York citj. 

John I . Blair Blairstown, N. J. 

PkrotR. Pynk New York dty. 

Gkobox Blxss New York citgr. 

FhBDBRiOK H . OiBBBNS Now York city. 

Henbt D. PoLteHDB Brooklyn, N. Y. * 

IH70KNB HiQoiNB Now York city. 

William B". Hallbtbad Scrantoo, Pa. 

WiLUAM R. 8TORR8 Scnuitoii, Pa 

M. Taylor Ptnb New York city. 

Samdxl Sloan, Jr New York dtv. 

Andrew Rsasonbr M orrlstown, N. J. 

William S. Sloan New York city. 

-. Title of company. New York, Lackawanna and Western RaUway Company. 

^General offices at Binghamton, N Y. 

~Date of close of flscaiyear, December 81. 

uDate of stockholders' annual meeting, Tuesday preceding last Friday in February. 

:7For information conceminf this report, addrtts Fred F. Chambei^, Secretary and Auditor, 

S6 Exchange place, New York city 



NEW YOBK, LAKE EBIE AHD WESTEBN. 

(Date of charter, April S7, 1878.) 



For history of organisation, etc, see Report of 189S. 

Capital Stook and Funded Debt. 

CAprrAL Stock. 

The capital stock of this company, fixed by certificate of incorporation, is as 
follows, via.: 

Common stock 978,000,000 00 

Preferred stock i 8,680,900 00 

$86,58M(IO0O 

Under its plan of reorganisation, forming part of its certificate of incorporation, the capital 
stock of this company was to be issued in exchange, at par, for stock of the Erie Railway Com- 
pany, upon the payment of certain specified assessments. These assessments have been paid 
up on the following amounts of stock: 

Common stock $77,068,800 00 

Preferred stock 8,166,700 00 

$86,840,600 00 

Of this, there has been issued in exchange for stock of the Brie railway: 

Common stock 976,927,000 00 

Preferred stock.... 8,166,«X) 00 

$86,088,400 OO 
There is still held awaiting such exchange: 

Common stock $166,800 00 

Preferred stock 800 00 

157,100 00 

Stock issued pursuant to its articles of incorporation: 

Common stock $600,000 00 

Preferred stock 880,900 00 

880,900 00 

Stock unissued and held for disposition pursuant to its articles of incorporation: 

Common stock 416,900 00 

$86,686,900 00 



New Yobk, Lake Erie and Westekn. 



409 



Funded Debt. 

This company owns and now holds the road and franchises of the Erie Railway Ci>[DpaD j 
subject to mortgagres. as follows: 

First mortgage bonds mature May 1, 1897 f^ , it^i.OOSt €0 

Second mortgage bonds mature September 1, 1919 £, Hd 000 00 

Third mortgage bonds mature March 1, 19;!8 , 4.t>1T,000 OO 

Fourth mortgage bonds mature October 1, 19M ;.' ,^^,000 m 

Fifth mortgage bonds mature June 1, 1028 .• 709,500 00 

Buffalo Branch mortgage bonds, July 1, 1981 i k^.OjO 00 

Consolidated mortgage bonds, September 1, 1980 lt,H%\,000 00 



|29,t)i57,lOOO0 



Which mortgage debts are included in this statement of its funded debt, for 
reasons which appear above. Pursuant to its certificate of incorporation, this 
company has created a funded debt, as follows, viz. : 
First consolidated funded coupon bonds mative September 1, 1980. . $8,705,977 10 

Second consolidated mortgage bonds mature December 1, 1909 86,000,000 00 

Seeond consolidated funded: coupon bonds mature December 1, 

19fl9 8,697,400 00 

Reorganization first lien bonds mature December 1, 1906 8,600,000 00 

Collateral trust bonds mature November 1, 1988 $6,000,000 00 

Leas amount redeemed 1,666,000 00 

8,844,000 00 

Income bonds mature June 1, 1977 606,008 00 

Funded coupon bonds of 1886 mature December 1, 1909 4,081,400 00 



47,68fi,7«i 10 



Cost of Bead and Equipment. 



$7?,643,@£i& W 



Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast 

Bridges 

Superstructure (including ties) 

Land and land damages 

Fences 

Passenffer and freight stations 

Shops, machinery and tools 

EngineerLng expenses 

Improvements at East Buffalo 

Telegraph line 

Wharfing 

Incidentals 

Second track 

Water transportation. New York harbor 

Elevators. Boffalo 

Coal ix)cket8, Buffalo 

Narrowing gauge of road 

Lehigh docBB, Buffalo 

Erie coal docks, Buffalo 

Third rail, taking up. 



Mortgages on real estate assigned to trustee . 
Estate of the Erie Railway Company 



Total cost of road. 



Equipment. 

Locomotives 

Passenger, mail, baggage and express cars. 

Fre'ght and other cars , 

Narrowing gauge of cars and locomotives . . 

Total cost of equipment 

Orand total cost of road and equipment. . . . , 



52 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898. 



$70,689 24 

888 91 

16,896 87 

4,188 06 

164 89 

8,863 41 

68,974 80 



1,809 50 
80,864 98 



1,668 07 



74,763 00 



.$106,466 06 



of road and 
equipment 
up hi Juue 



$1,306,887 88 
B4i,S^86 



1 7:2, 
357, 
329, 

*77 

354, 

17, 

144. 

145. JTO, 



iRO n 

517 10 
i2^ 35 
4n 18 
R"i1 % 
A-a 34 
745 15 
DID 58 

ifia 45 

tf71 61 

«7r>aa 
sm ST 

343 ]% 

572 71 

res 87 

791 56 

Donoo 

254 70 



$166,963, U7 &9 



$488,667 60 
884,985 80 



$758,498 70 



$858,957 76 



$l,B04,5.S-3 S3 
l;li8,&l6 03 
S,449,(Jn Wi 
1,25^, 143 1ft 



$7,ea5.SSS 4-1 



$168,698,871 0^ 



\sn 03 



410 Repobt of the Raileoad Commissionbrs. 

Details of Additions or Bbttsrmkmts During the Year. 

Fi^ight ahed, dredging, etc., pier 2, Jersey City $25,828 24 

* &ewerfllliriKln,etc., Jersey City 8,578 »2 

'» Ice houfies ftiid drain. Port Jervis 2,676 88 

( PnaB^nj^pr ELD d freight station, Canisteo 5,425 00 

Cr«anierit^» — Burton, Campbells and Hornellsyille 6,304 25 

Wamhnu^ and tracks, Buffalo , 21 ,766 80 

Pass^inj^er and freight station, Conesus 2,422 70 

i CarroilitfD yard improvement 1 ,266 82 

protection a^inst nigh water 2,796 68 

Hundn' ImpfuMi'inents and additions at various points along the road, viz.: 

BaUaatinff... $68,857 74 

Blgnals. In tt^rh .c k lug, etc 18,406 88 

Bwiu^he^ AC)i bU kn^s, etc 6,979 10 

► I BefOfil tffti'k 1,553 07 

Tei^raph line 1 ,909 50 

CriyjBifie Rot^ 1 ,'^86 13 

RlKlitof way .•.. . 882 50 

98,674 92 

Land - AHendale, Rathbone, Belvidere, and recording deeds 882 89 

Coal hundlid^' machine, Piermont 8,882 88 

Misoellaneous ; 832 18 

Flr*^ hundred freight cars 824,935 30 

Four dlQiuiK' cars, nve coaches and five combination cars 152,020 00 

rtf ty iisLtiseuger cars 276,537 60 

$9^,720 76 
Les9 amount credited in account of the Erie Railway Company 74,763 00 

$858,957 76 



Income Account for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

arofM^ earnUiKS from operation ^... $30,688,078 68 

li^a operating expenses (excluding all taxes) 20,271,695 57 

s'et earnings from operation $10,866,888 06 

Lesjs proportion due leased lines which are worked on a percentage of earnings. . 2,677,068 65 



IncamGfrom other sources^ as foUotv$, viz.: 

Ea^nloR^ from Pavonia ferries, docks, elevators, etc $653,678 78 

ReDtii, Twenty third street property 6,800 00 

Rent &l stock yard. Long Dock and Docks and Improvement Co. . . 45,215 57 

lDteri»$t on ijecurities 855,619 81 

MUfXillatieous 32,772 47 



$7,689,329 41 



1,003,586 63 

Gron Income from all sources $8,782,916 04 

Deduction from income, aa foUowa^ viz.: 

Interest en fimded debt due and accrued $4,690,781 89 

Rentals of lertsed lines 1,689,859 88 

Taxt^E; on property used in operation of road 507,824 16 

Tax^H nt] earoiags and capital stock 146,408 19 

I ttterpst on equipment loans and mortgages 469,788 52 

Expeufiefl of Pavonia ferries, docks and •levator and other charges, 571 ,288 10 

8,015,440 19 



Surphia for year ending June 80, 1898 $767,475 85 

General Income Account. 

Surplus for year ending June 30, 1893 $767,476 85 

gurplkiB up to June 30^ 1892 $9,568,242 45 

lnt4?rest on Income bonds $80,480 48 

Adjusttnents, etc, to sundry accoimts, credit 19,209 70 

11,270 78 



9,656,971 67 

Total surplus June 30, 1893 $10,824,447 62 

Detailed Btatbhemt op Rentals. 

Fatergon and Hudson Railroad, annual rental $48,400 00 

Patersunn and Ramapo Railroad, annual rental 30,000 00 

]Vew burgh and New York Railroad Company, Ave per cent on $250,000 bonds. ... 12,500 00 

Bt^ffalo. New York and Erie Railroad: 

Organization expenses $5,000 00 

SeveD per c^nt on $950,000 stock 66,500 00 

Beven per cent on $2,880,000 bonds 166,600 00 

288,100 00 

Montgomery and Erie Railroad, annual rental 16,000 00 

Qoshi^h and Deckertown Railroad, annual rental 19,085 00 

Hawlej Branch Railroad, annual rental 60,000 00 



(•*. -r? ;'••: -- 



New York, Lake Erie and Western. 



411 



Honesdale Branch Railroad: 

Four and one-half per cent on $'204,000 Jefferson Railroad bonds. 
Six per cent on $90,000 Jefferson Railroad bonds 



$9,180 00 
6,760 00 



Jefferson Branch Railroad five per cent on $2,800,000 bonds 

BocheMter and Oenetee VdUey BaUroad : 
Six per cent on $580,300 stock $33,812 00 



Organization expenses . 

Avon^ Oenetee and Mount Morris Railroad: 

Organization expenses 

Six per cent on $225,000 



700 00 



$100 00 
18,800 06 



Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Railroad, seven per cent on $580,000 bonds. 

Lockport and Buffalo Railway, annual rental 

Bersen Oounty Railroad, six per cent on $200,000 bonds 

Ulddletown and Crawford Railroad, annual rental 

Newark and Hudson Railroad, seven per cent on $-250,000 bonds 



Long Dock Company : 

Rental $285,000 00 

Eleven months interest on $8,000,000 bonds 192,500 00 

New York, Lake Erie and Western Docks and Improvment Company, interest on 
different amounts of bonds, various dates 

New York, Lake Erie and Western Coal and Railroad Company, interest on 
$3,000,000 bonds, six_per cent 

New Jersey Junction Railroad, annual rental 



$14,940 00 
140,000 00 



34,012 00 



18,600 00 
40,600 00 
21,000 00 
12,000 00 
10,500 00 
17,500 00 



477,500 00 

257,670 88 

180,000 00 
6,002 00 



Total amount of rentals deducted from income $1,689,359 88 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Eabminos. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total. 


Freifcht, through 


$11,702,991 72 
11,878,888 69 




$23,581,880 41 




FrSght, localTTT 






$28,581,880 41 


Passengers, through 


$1,083,034 67 
4,727,249 88 


$5,810,284 86 

309,616 69 

' 462,646 60 

167,090 95 


Passengers, local 






5,810,284 66 
309,616 69 


Mi^fTT. 




Krwess 




462,646 60 


MitoeUaneauSt atfoUowt, viz. 
Bent 


$147,767 82 
826,884 06 


807,060 48 




474,151 88 




$6,749,687 79 


$28,888,410 84 


$30,638,078 68 









L 



OPKRATQf O EXPKNSSS. 



Maintenance of way and $tructure$: 

Repairs of track and roadbed. 

Steel rails laid, 13,789.8 tons; cost, $388,061.12 . . 
Bepairs of bridges (including culverts and cat- 

tto guards) 

Bepaus of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Bepcdrsof fences 

Other expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

ReiMUrs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 

Total 



$594,806 10 



66,877 80 
87,247 86 
10,214 67 

83,262 81 



$840,898 73 



$1,476,589 88 



166,781 04 
185,425 76 
26,186 18 

209,622 84 



$2,063,505 64 



$347,198 56 
393,957 68 
22,790 84 
163,704 64 



$927,651 11 



$987,840 46 

1,560,892 47 

67,597 17 

410,863 47 



$8,006,688 66 



$2,071,846 96 



233,168 84 

272,678 60 

86,350 80 

291,875 66 



$2,904,404 87 



$1,886,089 00 

1,944,850 16 

80,887 61 

574,568 01 



$8,984,334 67 



412 



Report of the Railroad Commissioneks. 



Analysis of Grosg Earnings and Operating^ Expenses — (Continued). 



Pa«senge~. 



Conducting irangpoi'tation : 

Wages of condactx»r8 and men 

Wages of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplies or expenses 

Wages of station agents and clerics 

Wages of labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. . 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. . 

Total 

Oeneral expenses : 

Salari> 8 of general officers and clerks 

Oenef-al office expenses and supplies 

Stationery and printing 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage 

Damage to cattle and property and injuries to 

persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit 

balance) 

Other general expenses 

Total 

Grand total operating expenses 



$494,982 55 
472,455 28 
381, H22 88 
37,766 56 
43,715 7. 
168,701 58 
189,942 34 
26,708 74 
75,099 80 
151,493 75 
27,704 65 



92,060,893 28 



Freight. 



$1.64P, 

1,555, 

1,502. 

Wl, 

108. 

219, 

891, 

850, 

194. 

734. 

1,002, 



818 18 
097 47 
719 25 
996 44 
6C5 19 
315 24 
471 98 
,747 67 
72ti 62 
454 86 
,239 61 



$8,829,492 44 



Total. 



$2,148,200 78 

2,027,552 70 

1,884,542 18 

169,763 00 

152,220 8» 

368.016 82 

1,081,414 82 

877,456 41 

269,825 82 

8t«,948 61 

1,029,944 29 



$10,889,886 7t 



$143,362 92 
21,197 70 
45,087 03 
154,3.39 80 
17,941 29 
1,796 89 

91,121 07 
156,438 04 

79,697 07 
1,261 18 



$712,244 99 



$4,541,188 11 



$856,809 12 

50,558 41 

104,169 15 

288,315 20 

43.802 80 

102,300 82 

179,594 96 
406,912 81 

295,885 12 
8,027 94 



$1,830,825 82 



$15,780,507 46 



$500,172 04 

71.786 11 

149,256 18 

442,656 00 

61,244 09 

104,099 71 

270,716 08 
668,850 85 

875,582 19 
4,289 IS 



$2,643,070 81 



$20,271,605 67 



General Balance Sheet, June 30» 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $166 

Ck>8t of rquipraent 7 

Other permanent investment 8f as follows, viz.: 

Stock of other companies $8,154,069 54 

Bonds of other companies 670,224 60 



Construction Qt branch line, etc 1 

Amount paid on account of eg'iipment 6 

N. Y., L. E. & W Coal and Railroad Company advances 1 

Chicago and Erie Railroad Company 1 



Advances to other companies . 
Erie Coal companies, etc . 



963,147 50 
635,228 48 



,724,294 H 
181.068 11 
574,816 87 
5^5,790 74 
,008,766 18 
,646,291 80 
681,611 86 



Current assets, as follows, vtz. : 

Cash on hand and in London $318,048 69 

Bills receivable 67,742 14 

Due by agents and others on account of traffic 1 , 174,508 92 

Open accounts, other than traffic 1,097,966 70 

Materials and supplies 763,024 88 



8,411,288 88 



$183,623,693 00 



Liabilities. 

Capital stock $85, 

Funded debt 77 , 

Current liabilities, a^ follows, viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued $1 ,013,189 18 

Dividends unpaid 7,098 00 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 2,907,867 45 

Open accounts 241 2a3 26 

Loans and bills payable 4,456,896 68 

Sundries 6,904 68 

Rentals of leased lines, etc 959, 868 28 

9. 

Overdue coupons on second consolidated bonds unfunded 

Profit and loss (siu*plus) 



963,600 00 
648,886 10 



10. 



,691,472 88 

288 00 

,824,447 62 



$188,628 698 00 



New Yobk, Lakb Erie and Westkkn. 

Traffic and Mileage Statlsticg. 



413 



Item. 



Through. 



Local. 



Total. 



Number of paseengen carried 

Number of pasBengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried. 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile. . 



■ 408,651 

37,174,415 

5,114,764 

1,891,303.079 



12,060,078 

251,444,16^- 

12,194,444 

1,366,548,778 



12,468,623 

288,618,697 

17^,809,198 

2,767,846,867 



Passenger train mileage . 
Freight train mileage . . . . 
All other train mileage . . . 

Total train mileage. . . 





6,764,966 
10,601,378 




8,400,179 








19,766,516 







Itbm. 


Earnings. 


Exx)enses. 


Profit. 


Passenger earnings and expenses (including 

mall, exprt^ss and miscellaneous earnings) 

Averatre Der Dasseneer carried 


$4,981,870 00 

40007 
0i;26 
86416 

18.241,017 94 
1 0688 
006^1 
1 72j6 


^,487,621 46 

28007 
01208 
60497 

11,560,280 85 
6678 
00419 
1 1904 


$1,494,248 54 

12000 


Average per passenger per mile 


00618 


Average per passenger train per mile 

Freight earnings and expenses (including 
miscellaneous earnings) 


25919 

6,680,728 09 
3860 


Average per ton of freight carried 


Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight trnlTi per mile. 


00248 
6308 







Item. 

Computed on earnings from carrying passengers and 
freight only. 



Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, flrst-class 

Average rate received per mile for carrying passen- 
gers, second-class 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pussen 
gers, all classes 

Average rate received per iniie per ton for carrying 
freight, all classes .'.... 



Through 
and local. 




l>e>»oription of Road and Equlpuieut. 










MILES OWNED. 


MILES I.F.A8BD. 


TOTAL MILES. 


Track. 






a ^ 


t 

r 




i 

1 


Main Itne from Piermont. N. Y,, ta Dunfeirk, 
N. Y . , hUi>cI^ track ^ . . ^ *..-*..**. 


401.46 


44e.«.i 

104.49 


aa^X^ 


mia 


404.18 


446.68 


Branchefl, or oihwr i o idu, single track 


061.08 


Total si:nj;iii truck ..■■■*«,♦*,■■♦ , ■ ■ ■ 


504,00 


551. t? 


££8,68 


W^.59 


1107.71 








SeoODd track on main line *...*.. 


»W.4-i a4J«,43 
7I.7fi 71.76 


'ai!76 


144 H 


110.51 


308.42 


Second track branelitw, or other TOada, ....... 


ei6.48 


Total second irnck .* ^..* ^...,.,. 


3*). 17 m}A7 


58-76 


144,71 


41^,03 


5^1.90 






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m!47 


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^7.38 


Sidings Aud turnouts on br't-heflorDtherrofMlji 


404.84 


Total sidings and turnouts. ..m .....n 


ao5.oo 


171 .47 


Hfi7,n 


663.17 






' Oraod total o f tracka, sidl ag« and turnoui^ 
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446.03 
104.49 


3^!5S 


7.41 


4^. IB 


446.63 


Laid with itCf^l rail, branched, or otht^ roAd«, 
Laid with iron rati, branches, or other roodA, 


aM.67 
7.41 



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New York, Lake Ebib and WestiiBN. 

Desoriptlon of Boad and Equipment— (Oontinued). 



415 



Equipment. 



LooomotiTes, 10 drivers 
Locomotlvee, 8 drlTers. 
Locomotives, 6 driven. 
Locomotives, 4 drivers.. 

Total 



i 

a 

I 



5 
196 
148 
196 



645 



81 



I 



5 
246 
148 
2ai7 



5 



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7,500 
6,500 



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104,000 
191,000 
140,000 



it 



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m 



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1 

80 
140 



17« 



First-class passenger cars 

Second-class passenfi^r cars 

Baggage, mall and express cars. 

Total.... 



814 
118 
168 

695 


29 

""io 


848 

118 
178 


$5,000 
8,000 
1,600 




M^i 1 

lis 

17B 


89 


684 






684 



34S 

iia 

378 



fl34 



Box freight cars. 


8,178 

58 

8,288 

1,555 

278 

89 

88 


7,258 

498 

8,826 

677 

2 

4 

2 


16,481 

551 

12.068 

2,1«2 

2r5 

48 

40 


$450 
425 

450 
800 
500 
800 
750 




8,259 


4.816 


Stock freight cars 


156 


Goal freight cars 


4,238 


Flat fre'eht cars 


508 


Caboose, 4- wheel cars 


\ ^" 


Oaboose. 8-wheeI cars 


Service cars. . . . i 






Total 


18,874 


17,161 


80,635 






S,3!M 


9,488 







Westinghouse brakes on passenger cars. Westlnghouse and hand brake on fr«tg:hc carK. 
Janney coupler on passenger earn; M. C. B. type of coupler on freight cars and tocainotlvflS. 
Split switches on main line, and whenever renewals are made, split switches are uaed^ 



Miscellaneous Statlstios. 



ITBM. 


In N.Y. State. 


Entire line. 


Telegraph owned and operated by company, miles 

Lengfth of steel rails laid during year in repairs, miles. 


646^ 

117.69 

40 

27 

756 

16 

103 

64 


^ 


Railroads croRHlnar road at arrade' 


44 


Railroads crossinic road over or under grade 


40 


Highway crossings at grade without protection 


&il 


Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 

Highway crossings over or m der grade 


167 
14i 


Overhead obstructions less than twet ty feet above track 


BS 



Passenger cars Are heated by steam from engine, lighted by gas and oil lamps »nd venUI&ted 
in dome of roof of car. 

Wells, Fargo & Ck>'s Express runs over road and pajrs fortv per cent of earnings. 

Pullman^s Palace Car Com|>any runs sle(*ping. parlor and hotel cars over road . padsengert 
charged the customary rates for berths and nections. 

Erie Despatch, rommerelal Express and Interstate Despatch run on this road. Thny are 
co-operative lines and the cars are owned and repaired by the various compank's f'^rinfag the 
respective lines. No preference given. 

NO contract with the United States government for the transportation of mails : servUje 
recognized. 



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1 



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Bbpobt of thb Railroad Commissioners. 



Description of Frkight Movsd. 



Item. 



Flour 

Qrain 

Meats and provisions ^ , 

live stock 

Lumber. 

Pig and bar iron and steel 

Iron or other ores 

Ccfad and colre 

Petroleum and other oils 

Shipments of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 

within this SUte from manufactories within this State 

All other manufactures 

AU other merchandise 

All other agricultural products 

All other articles not included above 

Total 



Tonnage. 



686,873 


8.10 


980,547 


6.41 


249,069 


1.44 


157,428 


0.91 


1,886,710 


7.67 


404,978 


8.84 


807,007 


1.19 


10,818,410 


69.68 


804,614 


1.18 


897,011 


1.71 


474,886 


8.74 


618,167 


8.64 


488,795 


8.86 


1,096,076 


6.84 


17,809,196 


100 



Percent 






Number of Aooidents. 





Injured. 


Killed. 


Total. 


Passengers 


86 

887 
81 


8 

46 
70 


88 


Employes , 


483 


Others 


161 






Total 


494 


118 


618 







Employes. 



Average nimiber of persons employed (including officials) during year 16.886 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $10,810,496 76 



Name. 



Officers of the Company. 

Title. 



John Kino President 

E. B. Thomas First Vice-President 

G. H. Vaillant Second Vice-President . . . 

.».. Donaldson Third Vice-President 

A. R MACDONoroH Secretary 

Edward White Treasurer 

Alfred w alter General Manager , 

G (t. Cochran Traffic Manager 

A MoRDKCAi Chief Engineer 

H. ScHooNMAKER Assistant Attorney 



. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 
. P.O. 



Official AddreM. 

box No. 839, New York city, 
box No. 889, New York city, 
box No. 889, New York city, 
box No. 88«, New York city, 
box No. 839, New York city, 
box No. a«9, Nfew York city, 
box No. 830, New York city, 
box No 839, New York city, 
box No. 889, New York city, 
box No. 889, New \ork city. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence, 

Henry H. Cook 1 East 78th street. New York ci^y. 

William N. Gilchrist Windsor Hotel. New York city. 

Jambs J. Goodwin 45 West 84th street. New York city. 

Abram S. Hewitt 9 Lexington ave., New York city. 

Morris K. Jessup 107 Madison ave., New York city> 

John Kino 19 East 69th St.. New York city. 

WiLUAM LiBBY Fort George, N. Y. 

John G. McCullouoh 88 Park avenue. New York city. 

Ooden Mills 2 Bast 69th street. New York city. 

Alexander E. Orr 108 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cortlandt Parker Newaik, N. J. 

Georob W. Quintard 088 Fifth avenue. New York city. 

William L. Strong 18 West 57th St., New York city. 

Eban B Thomak 176 West 58th st , New York city. 

J. LowBER Welsh Philadelphia, Pa. 

William A. Wheelock 18 West 48th st .New York city. 

William Whitewrioht 16 West 88d St., New York city. 

Title of company. New York, Lake Brie and Western Railroad Company. 

General offices at 81 Cortlandt street. New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year, September 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, last Tuesday in November. 

For information oonoemlng this report, address A. R. Maodonough, Secretary. 



New Yoee and Long Beach. 



417 



NEW YOTLK AND LONG BEACH. 

OwHED AND Operated bv Ldno Ibulxd. 
0>ate of chdrtep, Febriiar>' 3, leeo.) 



For litotoiy of orgaukatloi], ete. , fl«e Report of 1893. 

Capital BtiHsk and Fnndvd Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMWOST. 




Number 

of sbareB. 


Total 


Authorized by law or charter ...H,,*.,»„*»r„,*tt4.,.,^»t.,»,*^*t 


4,000 

a,9io 


$400,000 


laeuad on ftccouot of con^tructioti ai>d now' outstandlBg , . . 


^;ooo 



Number of atockholders. 



10 



TunnKD DiBT. 



]>mvir,ATlf}tf of LiKM, 


Date. 


i 


1 


Wbtn 
pBLya^ble. 


Amoimt 
oiiLhor- 


Amount 


IHrnt morte'<w^ r < . r ^ 


M*y 1. IKSO 


p... 


Mnr& Not, 


1300,000 


!ao«,ooa 











€llSt of ItoHLtl. 



Tota] cost of road up to June 30, 1B03. 



$591 ,oog 00 



Income Aeooiuit for T«ar £iid[iif^ June; 30, 1893 « 

This r&llroEu] hoa been operated for iieveral years po^ bj thf! T/j£i^ lijlauil KaUrood Campai^, 
tbe owners of Ue st<H:Jca aud bonds^ Tb« e^nla^ and operailaj^ expenjaeti firo md tided la ma 
report of that oompaay ,. So separate aucouDt baa been Icept^ 



Oovt of road . 



Gen oral Balajioe Sheet, Juue 30, 1S&3. 



$591,000 00 



Capital stock . 
Fabded debt . . 



hlABJUTlTM. 



Namt^ 



OJflo«raof the CoEnpmnj^ 

Title. 



1391,000 00 
aco,ooo 00 

f&9I.0D0 00 



OJficiai Addrat. 



3. Rodsiiv Ma^wsll Pr««[d«bt 10^ Orood way . N . Y . city. 

Edward E. Sfraoue. Secretary '. > . , ^ Ifti Broadway, N . V . olty . 



Dlreotoffl of the Conipany. 

Name. Eettdenct. 

J. RooERs Maxwell Brook lyu^ N . Y. 

Henrt Graves ,,...« ,....,.,,,.,,,.. Qranro, N . J. 

E B. HiNBDAi^E New York city. 

Jahea D . Cahfbeij:.. , , ,,..,, ,,,,.,«,... New York city. 

Bdwahd E. BpfuaiTE. Flusblnj^. L. I ^ X. Y, 

Bruce Price ,^, , . * , , ,,,.,...,,,,«,,.... New York efty . 

Wu. M. UArmxf New Yorkcitj. 

53 i 



418 



Bbpojst of the Railroad Commisbionebb. 



Title of companj, The New York and Lod^ Beach Railroad Oompaay. 

General offices at 198 Broadway, New York city. 

Date of doee of flacal yeai^, June 80. 

For information concerning this report, address J. Rogers Maxwell, President. 



NEW TOBK AND NEW ENGLAND. 

CDate of charter, May, 1878.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1802. 

, Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





CWMMON. 


PRKFERBED. 


Ctoh 

realised 

on amount 

outstandJDff. 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter. 


200,000 


920,000,000 


50,000 


$5,000,000 






Issaed for actual cash 






88,176 


$8,817,000 


$8,995,496 


iMoad for recff'ganization .... 


196,110 


$19,811,000 
189,000 




Berdell bond convertible 


• 










Total now outstanding. . . 


198.110 


$20,000,000 


88,176 


$8,817,600 


$8,995,416 



Qrand total of oonunon and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders , 



$28,817,600 
1,444 



FcKDKD Debt. 





Date. 


e 
I 
a 

1 






. 


Cash 

realised 

on amount 

ing. 


Dbbionation 
or LiKN. 


i 
S 


When 
pa^'able. 


author- i out- 
Ized. 1 standing. 


Mortgage bonds : 
First mortgage 


t 

Jan. 1. 1»76 29 
Jan. 1, 1876 29 
June 22, 1882, 20 

April 1, 1889 50 

Feb. 10, 1887 1 
Oct. 1, 1888 5 


7 
6 
6 

4 

J« 

5 
6 
5 
5 

6 
Var. 


Jan. ftJuly 
Jan. ftJuly 
Feb. & Aug. 

April & Oct. 

Feb. & Aug. 
April & Oct. 
Jan. & Feb. 
Jan. &. Feb. 
Jan. & Feb. 
Feb. & Aug. 

Monthly 

Hay & Nov. 
Monthly 


$6,000,000 00 $6,000,000 00 
4,000,000 00 4.000.000 00 


$5,867,117 24 
^,141,979 86 


First mortgage 


Second mortgage 

Boston Terminal, first 
mortgage, 

Mortgage notes : 


5,000,000 00 
1,500,000 00 

60,000 00 
80,000 00 
17,500 00 
18,800 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 

200,000 00 

11,812 50 
460,910 00 


5,000,000 00 
1.886,000 00 

60,000 00 
80,000 00 
17,600 OU 
13,800 00 
3.000 00 
5.000 00 

300,000 00 

11,812 50 
410.910 00 


4.877.998 98 
1,816,700 00 


Cortls wharf 




Lands at Springfield . . . 

«Land8 at Hartford 

JLands at Hartford 

Lands at Hartford 

Chirrent UabaUies : 
Piper wbarf 


July 10,1888 
Nov. 80, 1815 
Sept. 8, 1876 
Feb. 25, 1893 

Dec. 1,1887 

Sept. 80, 1887 
Aug. 1,1890 


5 

T 
S 

** 

5 
lto7 


Property 
acquired. 


Equipments purchased 
of Mllford and Woon- 
socket R. R. Co 

1,000 freight cars 




Total 








'$17,851,528 50 


$17,187,52250 





* Exchangeable for 1,890 shares of common stock unissued on presentation. 

t Assumed by this company October 1, 18W. 

t Assumed by this Company January 19, 1892. 

I Due November 80, 1876. I January 8, 1887. 1 Demand. 



New Yoke and New England. 



41» 



Cogt of Road and Bqulpment. 



Road. 



Grading^, masonry and ballast. . 

Bridges 

Superstructure (Including ties). 
Land. 



Fences 

Passenger and freight stations 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Fuel and water stations 

Engineering exi>en8e8 

Telegraph line 

Amount chaived to property accounts in connection of former 
credits in 1^, 18(38 and 1886, on account of the sale of land at 
Hartford, the sale of a portion of the Woonsocket Division, 
and the sale of land at Brookllne, Mass 

Total cost of road as reported up to June 80, 1692 



Total cost of road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898. 



$80,077 87 

8,609 85 

50,406 51 

88,674 50 

876 89 

18,847 90 

704 51 

440 86 

•1,780 40 

•3,887 96 



811,868 68 



$326,690 46 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80^ 1898. 



$34,675,618 6» 



t$35,008,200 15 



Equipuhmt. 
Locomotives. 


$866 65 

1,165 78 

144 83 




Passenger ca^^s 




Freighfand other cars 




TotiS cost of equipment as reported up to June 80, 1688 


$5,888,496 84 


Total cost of equipment 


$1,566 70 


$5,885,068 04 






Grand total cost of road and equipment 


$388,857 16 


$40,887,878 tft 





Details of AoDmoNs or Bettbrmbnts During the Year. 

Bight of way and depot grounds 

New freight and passenger stations and Improvements 

New sidings and cross-overs 

Extension of double track 

Increased weight of steel rails / 

Passenger station. Hartford 

Improvement of Boston terminids 

New signals 

New bridges 

CShange of crossings 

New coal and water stations 

Addition to shops and machinery 

New fences 

Miscellaneous Improvements 

Work on new locomotives 

Work on new snow plows 

Improvements to passenger equipment v 

Amount charged to property accounts in connection with former credits hi 1888, 
1883 and 1886 on account of the sale of land at Hartford, the sale of a portion 
of the Woonsocket Division and of the sale of land at Brookllne, Mass 



$88,550 60 

5,868 80 

16,877 48 

84,180 18 

6,884 18 

7,9?Sn 

16,8.% 08 

145 SO 

1,100 78 

487 60 

449 86 

704 51 

876 60 

877 64 
866 66 
144 88 

1,165 78 



211,868 68 



Cfredita,: 

Transfer from engineering expenses to other accounts $8,678 89 

Bale and reduction in value of cable line, Wilson Point to Oyster 
Bay 8,887 96 



Total . 



$885,^61 



7,666 8& 
"$888,867 16 



•Credit. 

t This amount represents the cost of the road to this company but not the total cost of con- 
Btructhig it. It is based on the amount of the **Berdell '' bonds and mortgage ( $eo,000,000> 
which bonds after foreclosure became convertible into the stock of this company and upon the 
Bomslaid out by this companv since that foreclosure in taking up underlying liens and com- 
pleting and extendhsg the roaa . The actual cost of constructing the road to the former owners^ 
and since acquiring its title, to this company is largely in excess of the cot^t of the road to this 
company as above returned, as has been ascertained pursuant to the Laws of the State of 
Connecticut, by the president, treasurer and an engineer, approved by the Railroad Commis- 
rioners of the State of (Connecticut in February. 1808, as an engineer to ascertain the cost of 
ue construction of the road, the amount thus ascertained being between $46,000,000 and 
$60,000,000, exclusive of equipment and considerably over $50,000,000, including equipment. 



ILkpoet of thb Railroad Commissionebs. 

Income Aocoant for Tear Ending June 30, 1893. 

Gross earniagiL from Qperai loci •• $6f41&nOQl Cl5 

LmA opemtLDs expeaseii (excluding all tazee^ 4,481 , MO 42 

Net eamltigfl from operation f 1 ,931 ,1S1 !3 

^wonie from other iourc^s, as foUowa, viz,: 
Bofltoa barbor triuisfer 0,035 54 

GrOBS in<M>me from all source , $1 ., S<37,156 00 

Ikductwn fronv income, as follows^ viz.: 

Interest on funded debt due iiad accrued $1,097,090 15 

Intereflt and discount ou interest bearing UabllltleB 27,064 87 

Bent&ls : 485,851 72 

Taxes on [irop^rty used iu operation of road, on earnings and capi- 
tal atock ...,, 849,008 44 

[nsuraace , 80,848 10 

« l,Safi,a59 M 

Net fni^me from all sources $47^796 41 

Surplus for jear eudlng June 80, 1893 f47,T99 41 



General Income Aoeonnt. 

Surplus for vear euding June SO, 1893 t47i i08 41 

Dtoflcit up t^ June 30, Je93 $882,456 78 

Add ^ OJd claims aud wonhJesa balance written off. . $49,483 40 
Investiui^Qt iti tbe capital i^tix^k of the New England 

Terminal Co. and expeciditures therewith 840,612 17 

PajuiButs of frelglji car lUlltMige for which the 

charigeB accrued between December 1, 1890, and 

February 1, JSM , 84,722 20 

474,767 67 

$1,807,228 45 
Deduct — Amount reoeived from the Providence and 

Bpiitig^Ht^ d R. H. Go. iu compensation for terminal 

f ftciiitiea in Provid-sEce . k $75,000 00 

Amoutitchiir(^«d tojjroiH-rty accounts in connection 

of former crediia m Itj^, IHS3 and 1888, on account 

of thtf iia.\v> uf land at Hartford, of the sale of a por- 
tion of lb(5 Wonnsocket divij$ion and of the sale of 

land In Brookllne^ .Md^ti.^ the gross receipts, 

941^^9^ ^Oh bdvinR hcen Lredited to the property 

aciMJunt«, whereag there wad a resulting profit from 

the sUes miiouatinj^ u;} ,^ , 211 ,862 58 

AuiouQtuF dividend No. l^t uu preferred stock charged 

to prLitit and Io*h Juue 3ii ]>fil, and now credited to 

chat acctmni as paynient nf the dividend has been 

enjoined and the ImbilMy has become contingent 

pending the action of tht.^ c^mrt 128,275 00 

415,187 58 

8aa,€85 ea 

Total deacilJune 30, 1^93 $844,287 51 

Detail Statement of Rentals. 

iTOn*k-h apd Worceater R. H SWl ,913 81 

Proddenee and 8prii3slk^d It R 56,605i 8fl 

W?>otiiK>clteL and Piiic-jJiK It- R^ Co 15, 000 00 

Ehode l£Jund and Massach^?ett» R. R 'JO.WQ 00 

faoSt<>n and Albiuiy K. K 5,000 OO 

B fckvrlle H. K 4 ,563 7.1 

Ittlfonl Aiui VVoonsocket R. 11. T^OQt 16 

MUford. Franklin ftud Proddt tn.e R. R 4.737 46 

Newburgb, pULfhess and Contiectlcut R. R 51 .013 37 

Kew London and Northern K R 4>!,a3U OO 

Heriden, Waterbury and Uonnecticut River R^R 16,950 79 

Total amount of rentals deducted from income 548&,£M 72 



Nkw York and Nbw Enoland. 



491 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 
Earnings. 





Passenger. 


Freight. 


TotaL 


Freight, throueh S2.484.M1 94 




$3,806,674 61 




Freight, local 1,371,662 67 






$8,805,674 61 


Passenfrere, through 446,116 60 


$2,136,621 47 
61,561 35 
206,373 41 

V) 7ft1 AK 


PaaaemrenL loc&l.'1 1.680^506 87 






2,136,621 47 
61,661 85 
206,878 41 


Mail 


Express 




Mi3cellan€OU8, (18 follows, viz.: • 

Rents $49,808 06 

Wharf B and docks 68,940 93 


1KO fiAQ ff/L 


Switching, storage, etc 46.886 98 




Miscellaneous 42,769 88 






202,880 71 








$2,465,888 18 t8.flK7.7» 87 


$6,413,061 66 









Opbratino Expknses. 



Maintenance of toay and ttructure* : 

Repairs of track 

Steel rails Uid 4.076.76 tons, coat $41,097.40. . . 

Repairs of roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle 

guards) 

Repairs of stations, shops, docks, etc 

Repairs of ft^nces 

Otner expenses for maintenance of way and 

structures 



Total. 



Maintenance of equipment : 

Repairs of locomotives 

Bepairs of cars 

Repairs of machinery and tools 

Other expenses for maintenance of equipment. 



Total. 



Conducting transportation : 

Wages of conductors and men 

Waees of engineers and firemen 

Fuel for locomotives 

Oil and waste 

Water supply 

Other train supplieH or expenses 

Wages of station ageits and clerks 

Wflures for labor at stations 

Station supplies 

Wages of watchmen, flagmen and switchmen. 
Other expenses for conducting transportation. 



Total. 



Oeneral expenses : 

Salaries of general officers and clerks 

General office » xpenses and supplies 

Stationery and printif g 

Outside agencies and advertising 

Legal expenses , 

Loss and damage of freight and baggage . . . 

Damage to cattle and property 

Injuries to persons 

Telegraph maintenance and operation 

Mileage of cars of other companies (debit 

balance) 

Other general expenses 



Total. 



Omad tot^ operating expe&Be«. . 



$158,841 02 

2,496 98 

16,843 21 
18,751 86 
6,563 26 

45,385 84 



$248,381 66 



$194,091 97 

8,051 18 

19,970 19 

22,222 24 

8,019 81 

66,897 08 



$802,762 37 



$72,285 43 

86 747 06 

9,597 86 

60,561 40 



$219,191 74 



$160,612 18 

202,425 03 

11,727 87 

74,392 62 



$449,167 65 



$140,848 97 
125,958 18 
191,231 18 
8,721 28 
16,970 27 
' 69,489 17 
62,561 64 
28,288 59 
22,195 94 
42,)>72 06 
118,165 29 



$821,287 47 



$809,872 68 

281,284 32 

454,475 28 

12,265 88 

20,786 42 

48,602 12 

178,847 28 

225,498 55 

25,944 99 

188,156 77 

180,147 37 



$1,916,076 09 



$86,622 21 

8,701 46 

4,823 48 

2,967 59 

87,972 94 

65 19 

6,084 24 

17,087 48 

27,008 88 

4,875 48 
8,199 22 



$148,302 57 



$44,749 62 
4, (22 90 
5,282 92 
81,998 12 
46,400 12 
20,799 07 
21 ,077 66 
80,478 00 
44,494 11 

116 984 62 
10,018 88 



$876,750 87 



$3,EJ44,7ytt 98 



$852,982 99 

6,548 11 

86,818 40 
40.978 60 
14,588 06 

100,782 87 



$651,064 08 



$282,897 65 
289,172 09 
21,825 73 
124,964 02 



$668,849 89 



$460,216 60 

407,192 60 

646,706 89 

20,986 61 

87,706 69 

113,891 29 

241.896 92 

253,782 14 

48,140 98 

225,528 88 

293,312 66 



$2,787,363 66 



$81,871 88 
8,224 86 
9,606 86 
84,065 71 
84,878 06 
20,P54 26 
27,161 feO 
47,560 48 
71,497 44 

121,810 10 
18,218 05 



$525,143 44 



34.^1,940 42 



422 



Repobt of thk Railroad Commissionebs. 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

Assets. 

Cost of road $85,008,909 15 

Cost of equipment 5,886,068 04 

Current asaeta, a« follcxos^ viz. : 

Cash on hand $859,648 88 

Dues by agents 646,650 58 

Open accounts 880,464 40 

Materials and supplies 897,518 48 

Dividend No. 18 on preferred stock payable May 1, 1808 188 ,875 00 

Taxes and expenditures undistributed 150,962 03 

, 8,863,5M 88 

Profit and loss (deficiency) 844 , 887 61 

$48,445,094 08 

LlABILmXS. 

Capital stock $88,817,600 00 

Funded debt 17,187,588 60 

Supplies transferred from Norwich and W^orcester Railroad 61,488 B9 

Current Uabilities, as follows, viz. : 

Interest oa funded debt due and accrued $478,964 58 

Audited vouchers and pay-rolls 588,590 96 

Open accou)its 748,888 88 

Loans and bills payable 888,410 10 

Equipment notes 87,580 75 

* Credit balance 161,178 88 

8,878,648 58 

Profltandloss (siirplus) $48,445, 091 08 

Traffio and Mileage Statistics. 



Item. 


Throuffh. 


LocaL 


Total. 


Number of nassenfirers carried 


789,709 

19,196,480 

8,880,185 

885,841,864 


8,884,801 
86,888,670 

1,818,881 
58,852,984 


9,194,610 
105,460,090 

8,549,006 
889,604,848 


NiimhAr of oaHsenfirers carried one mile 


Number of tOPB of freight carried 


Number of tons of freight carried one mile .... 



Passenger train mileage . 
Freight train mileage . . . . 
All other train mileage. . . 

Total train mileage. . . 



8,168.859 
8,648,118 
1,887,857 



6,181,684 



Item. 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Profit 



Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
mail, express and miscellaneous earnings) 

Average per passenger carried. 

Average per passenger per mile. 

Average per passenger train pnr mile , 

Freight earnings and expenses (including mis- 
cellaneous earnings) 

Average per ten of freight carried 

Average per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight trflUn per mile 



$8,456,888 18 

86909 



1 18554 

8,967,723 87 

1 11617 

01278 

1 49798 



$1,487,808 44 

15761 
01868 
66467 

8,044,786 98 

85798 

00978 

1 15888 



$1,018,184 74 

11168 
00966 
47087 

918,986 89 

85785 
00894 
84666 



Item. 
Computed on earnings from carrying passen- 
gers and freight only. 


Through. 


Local. 


Through 
and local. 


Average rate received per mile for carrying 

rtoaaAn^ArR all claSSCS 


Cents. 
8.888 

.858 


Cents. 
1.940 

8.647 


Cents. 

8.010 


Average rate received per mile per ton for 

<^iii>f.viti cy frftlorVit. all r>lnJ3SPfl 


1.190 







* Payments on dividend No. 13 on preferred stock enjoined, action pending, liability consid- 
ered as contingent, not current, and ioduded under credit balances. 



New Yoek and Nkw Enolamd. 



433 



Desoriptiou of Romd dbUd E^iil|)iiie]it. 





MtLCS OWMKH. 


It 


TOTAL MtLSS. 


Track/ ^ 


-1 

J 35 


1 


JS5 


,1 


Main line laid from Hoaton to Fiahkili-on-Hudson ...... 


ao.ir 


sia.w 




m.4T 


mM 


Main line laid, single track . , . . . 


mA7 


i<a.»7 


mlM 


SOAT 


m^M 


Branches, or other roads, laid single traclc ............ 


m,m 


Total single track 


mA7 


seo.M 


ITli.GS 


ao,47 


634.14 






Second track on main line 




i.ae 







iii.n 


Second track • »n branches or other roads , ^ . , . , 


l.M 








Total second track '. , . 




U4.(M 






114.04 








Sidings and turnouts on main line * , 


1«.£8 


un.m 


'kklri 




ns.«i 


Sidings and turnouts on branches or other roada ,.<... 


eo.flr 


Total sidings and turnouts .... ............. ..... 


te.ss 


IM.H 


44.75 


u,m 


iQS.aa 






Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. ..... .... 


«.75 


tm.7* ; 


iis.ss 


46.75 


Bir.ijr 


lAid with Rtf*el raii, main line 


30.47 


7.« 


173! fi8 
1.00 


30.47 


210.60 


Laid with steel rail, branches or other roads ♦ ♦ 

Laid with iron rail, branches or other roads 





Ayeragelifeof rails — steel, 10 years; average lifts of ifrtR. G years; weight of raila per rard 
—steel, maximum, 70 lbs ; miQimum, 56 lb;j ; Iron, maximum, 00 Ibi.; EniDlmuai, H Ibi.; 
gauge of track, 4 feet 6'>4 Inches; ballasted with f^a^el, , 



Details of BRANCoxfi an Ornzs Eoa^s. 



Name of Branch oe 
Road. 


From 


T.. 




1 


^.u. 


•si 

1 


i 


1 

3 


Central DiviBlon . . . j 
.Southbridge branch. 
Dedham branch... 1 

Dorrance St. Wharf . 
Freiirht br., Hartfoni. 
Rhode Island & Mass. 
Norwich A Worc.dlv. 
RockvlUe branch... 

Boston ± Alimuy 

MUlfordbrauch 

Melrose brunch 

SpriQgtiold branch. . . 
Prov, & .spting'ld br. 
Woon.s«>*et x Pa.-?c<j;i« 
Mer., Water. &C.KIV. 


Providence 

Cork St. Nowtou. 
East Thompson. 
Dedham Juuct.. 

Islington 

Providence 

Hartford 

Franklin 

Allyne Point .... 

Vernon 

Jet. at Sprlu'^'ld. 
Frantlln ........ 

Melrose 

Eiisi Hartford... 

Provldance 

VV.>ons.H.ket .... 
Waierbury 


Wllllmantlo 

WoonsoLjIcet 

SouthbrlilgiS'. .., 
Dedham, ....... 

Dedham .... 

Dorra'ceSt.Whf. 
Morgan HU^Jlart^ 
Valley Fftlla,,... 
Worceaier.,,..,. 

Rockvllk- 

.SprlugU.dd ?tm.. 
AshUucl ... _ 

,\VeHtat., t k'le 

Jet B.& .^^^►PK'd 
Dougliu-i Juuct., . 
Harrlsvllle ..., 
Cromwell ..,».,. 


:::::: 


5«,353 

i.m 

^t 

li.&9 
mM 

4.41 
1.41 

T.22 

«* IK 
ft,SU 
9U.^ 


Owned. 
Owood- 

Owned, 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
U«i)ea. 
Le««d. 
Leaned. 

* 
Lewfid. 
Owned. 
Owned. 
Ignited. 
LeaMHi. 
LeftMd. 


1.30 


sa.m 
m.ti 
n.M 

':ig 

,ff7 

4M 

1.41 

38. ta 
».» 
m.u 




Owned 




'1:11 


:::':::: 








Leased 

Trackage rights.. 




.1*., 


ToUl 




m,*!t 




i.m 


m.as 


ft.a 



N., D.&C. R.R , Hopewell Junct., WlcopeeJdi..... 10.95 1 

N. Y.,P. & B. R. R....| Jet. S. Y. & N. E. Depot. PrwtfVee. | 



in 






♦ Track (ijjeTlghtfl. 



424 Report of the Railroad Commtsstonkks. 

Descrlptton of Road snd EqulpmctDt— (ConttiiiuMl), 





IN NBW YORK STATfi. 


I^'TTRe LINK. 


BR1U0K8. 


if umber. 


"^SS^*^ 


Knmber* 


"^SX* 


Itoo- bHd^M * . . iMf 4 . ■ > * . . t f 1 4 1 >*..>*. . 


6 
12 
4 




1*7 




Wooden brid^eB . » . ^ i ^.44^.* 


IKIll 4-19 


Wooden trii^ilea. . > . , ,.».,, » 


la^ftlT 7-lS 






Totftt ..,,..-,..„ , , . ♦ , 


2i 


3.849 0-J2 


SSiS 


3»,2SS1 7-1 8 







I 



EQinnnEHT, 




1 

1 


1 


I 


III 
If 


1 

1? 


f 


LocoiDotfi'es, 8 drticerB ,,„.,„,.,„,„„.».. 


16 
76 
90 


5 


m 
115 




te 
SI 

lis 




LocoEuotlTBR. drlTera * , * - . < * * 






^ 






TotnJ,.., 


182 


w 


21a 




si;& 


s?r 







Ffaurt; class pss^eiiEef cai^ ...... 

Bof^i^flg^T mall ana expresja cbts. 

Total 

Boi freij^ht cars .,... 

Coftl f rtMfjht c^A .,,„.... 

Flflt freight cflrs ................ 

Caboose. 4- whe*fl tajs. , , . . 

OabooHe..B'WlieeIciira.H.......... 

Dutijp carSn , , . . . - 

Serrlbe cars , . * * *,.*.*. 

Total .,. 



220 
27 


33 
6 




71,000 
52,000 


B53 
S3 


247 


m 


^a 




£90 



%8 
3S 



2,222 
2,070 
460 
72 
6 
470 
28 



6,887 



£84 


2.50ft 


^,1€0 


364 


SD1 


SOO 


2,S?n 


M.OOO 




400 


41 


510 


18,000 






G 


rs 


14,000 






» 





18,000 






872 


842 


10,000 






1 


ii& 


80,000 


ID 


9 


1,OOT 


6,^ 




m 


1>W7 



We«ttti|^boiiae automatio air-brake, New York air-brake and vacuum brake; Miller coupler 
and Janner L^ouplers 00 paaisetiper cars; Westinghouae autontiatlc f tielght air brake, common 
brake, l^afTord Autoinatic, t^afford llak and plD oommoiiT Gould, Dowliug & MULer Automatic 
briUce on freight ears. 

Split gwft45b and Wbortoa switch La use generally. 

MJsoetlaueoas StatisUoa. 



IrEH. 


In N. Y, State. 


Entire Iba. 


Lfnjctb of steel raile laid during the year tn reiutirs, miles 




S3 72 


RjillrottdA cfOHiIhE' rosd at irrade .,,..,,. ^ „ 




IB 


T^ailroadE crni*»inc rofid t^ver or under f^rade ,,,,,, 


2 

U 


16 


Hfghwdy crrv^sfUKS at (icrade without pri>tecHon ..... 

niKhway crossinee at praJy prrtte^Tled by (latea or flagmen 

ni^hT^ajr cros*^ln|[f J* over or under praden .. + + ►.. i - , - 


73 


13 
IS 


22a 


Orerbead obstruction rt l^m than twenl^ feet above track 


154 



Pii*tpnper oan* are liefttHd h^ ^team frinn engine, lightdd by oU and gas and yeutilated by 
Cli^a.r »tory nn it niii>''e THotilatnir? 

Unitc'l Hatful t'vpri*>=>i ronipanj" runsnvpr line. 

PulhjiflTi'H I'jilfiiii Ciir fSftupimy P HttMpmjj nirs. New York. New Haven and ITartford Ral!- 
roftd rVmrjiany'i^ rn'"'''^r ►''irn, Xpu- Yifrk and N>w England Rftilrnad Company ^s parlor Cart and 
>>w Vork and Nt^^v tnprLaE'd lUilr. lad Cnl^|pliT^y'8 dinine cars run ov^r road, 

No pfirli>r or sl+'*^^jiTi^ vrts ikuv run nv^'Uld-Tl; within tne St^t*^ vf New York- 

Tbia cnmpnny h&R arranKeu^entn « ilh /iM^i freight lines and railroads for through billing and 
rat*a on percentage baiil*. Cars are Jointly exchanged. No preference In speed or order of 
transportation. 

Mafia are carded on the ba«Is of a Hxed rale per mile, regulated by routes and weigltta of 
malls. 



Nbw Yobk and Nbw England. 

DsflORiPTiON or FauoBT Movbd. 



425 



ITBM. 


Tonnage. 


Per cent. 


Hour 


79,218 

185,938 

21.890 

7,798 

295,192 

6K429 

6,665 

1,001,407 

62,839 

260,082 

1,187,180 

271,972 

157,611 


2.28 


Grain 


5.28 


MofttB and nroyiwlonw , , r ............................... .i ....*.. t r 


.62 


Live Stock 


.22 


Lumber. '. 


8.82 


Pig and bar Iron and Bte«l , 


1.78 


Iron or other ores 


.1» 


Ooal and cokft 


28.21 


PBtrolf^um and othw oils ........................... .................. 


1.77 


All nfhAr mATiiifAi*tiirf'fl 


7.88 


All Other mf^rchandim. ..... r ............. . .......................... 


82.0ft 


All other agricultural products 


7.66^ 


All other articles not included above 


4.45- 






Total 


8,549,011 


lOO 







Number or Aocidents. 





Injured. 


Killed. 


Total. 


PaoBengers 


28 
2 


2 
2 


25 


Others, not iHUMH^nfirers. ..... 


4 






Total 


25 


4 


29 







Empi:x>tbs. 

Average number of persons employed (including officials) during year 4,428 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $2,823,821 06 



Ofllcers of the Company. 

Title. 

. . President 

.. Secretary 

Treasurer. 



Name. 

A. A. McLbod 

Jas. W. Pbrkins 

Gbo. B. Phippbn 

MooariBLD Storbt General Ooudsel 

W. H. DuDLBT Auditor 

8. F. Randolph General Traffic Manager. . . 

G. H. Goodrich General Traffic Agent 

W. R. Baboock General Passenger Agent . . 

J. D. Barton General Superintendent. . . . 

Edward Mahlbr Purchasing Agent 



Official 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
160 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 
180 Summer 



Address. 
street, Boston . 
street, Boston, 
street, Bo.-' ton. 
street, Boston, 
street, Boston, 
street, Boston, 
street, Boston, 
streetf Boston, 
street, Boston, 
street, Boston. 



Directors of the Company. 



Name. 



Residence. 



. MoLbod Boston, Mass. 

Thomas C. Platt New York city . 

JosBPH F. SiNNOTT Philadelphia, Pa . 

Hbnrt a. DuPont Wilmington, Del. 

Chbstbr W. Chapin * New York city. 

Samubl Hbilnbr Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charlemaonb Towbb, Jr Philadelphia, Pa. 

John W. Doanb Chicago, 111. 

Jambs Armstrong New York city. 

Gborob H. Earlb, Jr Phfladelphia, Pa. 

8PKN0BB Erwin Philadelphia, Pa. 

Abthur Sbwbll Portlandj Me. 

JosBPB Hbnzucr, Jr Jersey City, N. J.. 

Charlbs C. Gross Hartford, Conn. 

F. H. Pbincb Boston, Mass. 

Mabsdbn Pbrrt Providence, R. I. 

B. P. Vauohan Providence, R. I. 

Antbont Brock Lebanon, Pa . 

D.8. Plumb ;... Waterbury, Conn. 

Title of company, New York and New England Railroad Company. 

General offices at No. 180 Summer street, Boston, Mass. 

Date of dose of fiscal year, December 81. 

Date of stockholders* annual meeting, second Tuesday In March. 

Flor information concerning this report, address W. H. Dudley, Auditor. 

51 



426 



Uefobt of the Bailboad Coioa88ioi(£Ra. 



NEW TOBK, NEW HAVBN AND HABTTOBD. 

CDate of charter, 1871.) 



For h\9tfljry of orgjiDlz&tlon, etc^ see Report of 1882. 

Binee thi? date oFthe lost report, this company has become the lemee of the Hues of roAd of 
the toUanritij/; n^mrd oompAT^lea: 

For sixtj- years, f r iin April I, 1808, the New York. Providence and Brwton R&tlroad Company, 
Acuti^iJdAlt'-Df July I, IbflL Authorized by the Legislatures of Rhode U'aad a.tid Q]DD«uttciit. 
flinee Juiy 1, l^^lftJ, tlie N>w York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company has at?qulred tlw 
total LflAiie of ^toct of rbe lesiior company, $5,000,000. The properties have^ b^vu legally merfr<^ 
and tli# ft rat aitmeU h as now no corporate existence 

Tor nfnety niu4^ vemK fn>m Julyl, 1898, the Providence and Worceeter Railroad Company, 
•chartnred In IN-i, in MaN$ii?hiiAf^Uand Rhode Island. 

For nl[]«-ty ulnu yenrti from July 1, 1808, the Housatonic Railroad Company, cbartt^red in May. 
j^\ by ftii(b(^riiy of thp |^};i!>1iLtiJre of Oonnectlcut. 

Far lilDi^ty-ntTiB yearH froDi July 1, 1808, Danbm*y andNorwalk Railroad Company^ orgatilKed In 
1810 under the lau^ yf ;;tttm«:^<Mlcut, 

For ulnety-nlno rwirfl from July 1. 1898, the New Haven and Derby liallrorid Compaoy, orgaja- 
Utid VUEUAt )£i. 1IW7, under tlie general laws of Connectlcat. 

For nfnety-ninn yi^ang froni April 1, 1893, the Berkshire Railroad Company, chartered Apra IB, 
1S87. Ld MaHaa4:ihuf(«ttft. 

Fbr ninety -nine years frutn AprlU, 1893, Stockbridge and Pittsfleld Railroad Company, char- 
tered Marob Si>, )M7, ijy M^macbufietts 

Fo^ n I n 13 1 V n i ne yearn f ru m A p' U 1, 1893, West Stockbridge Raib^>ad Com pan y . chartered A pri i 
fi, 1836. Id .MftRMU^husK^s. 

Afl «uc^a?*ifT t/i the New Fork. Providence and Boston Railroad, thin company operates under 
leane for ninety nine ysarp from July 1, 1^»84, the line of road owned by the Fawiuxet Valley 
RallrLind Company, eharttjred Aneust 87, 1879, in Rhode Island. 

From July 3, I^J. to April T, 1*^9% this companv operated the roads of the Berkahlre Rafbnoad 
, Oompatij, tb«^ Stoeltbrldjtti and. Pittsfleld Railroad Company, and the Weftt8tockbridK*i Railroad 
C^mipany, named above, uiider leasee of those companies to the Housatonic Uallroad Company, 
also named aboTe 

During the year tbi* coneolidatiOTi of the Hartford and Connecticut Vnlley Railroad Compiuif 
with tbiji L^Qiup^ny has tjeen I ^i^alJy effected, the entire capital stock of that {!<tnipany for i«om« 
time befng owiieJ by this ctmipfiiiy. The line of road thus acquired. t^ecoiuJinjF a part of the 
road owned, extends fnom Hartford, Conn., to Fenwlck, Conn , a distance of 4a.20maea. 



Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 

Capttal Stock. 





OOMMOK. 


Oflh realized 




Number of 
shares. 


Total 
par valucL 


on aoiount 
outstanding. 


A.utboriEed by law or charter, + 


1,000,000 


$100,000,000 








Issued for stock of New York and New Haven Rail- 
mail O^mpHiiy, and stock of Hartford and New 
Haven Kailroad Comptnj 


165,000 
81,000 

1.000 
46,750 

60,000 

8,000 
S7,680 


$l5,500.0ro 
8JDO,000 

100,000 
4,675,000 

5,000,000 

800,r00 
3,70B,D00 




tssu^ for cash, Oetober 1 , 1899 




iBHued for utoclt of Stamford and New Canaan Rail- 
rcfad Com pouy , 




Issued for cash. Octobisr 1, 1891 




Isauftd for stoete of tfew York. Providence and Bos- 
ton Railroad C'oti nanr + ..» + .,., 




Railroad OoTpany .,........,, 




Iiminl f<ir Bti^kii n^nthnr LnaitMl UneS 








T^tal now outstanding ,».**.. + 


880,880 


$3«,iHfi,000 


IS8,0».0I» 





Ntunber of stockholderi. 



6,*lt 



Nkw '^'okk, New Haven a.m> IIaktford. 



42T 



Funded Dkbt, 





Dat^. 






iNTriit;'^. 


Lien. 




JuFii.'ivnfl \nx\ 
JiiB ftnd July 
^pr and Oct 
Apr. and < »et. 


First fiifjn^fti^^ — 
• Flret timri ^ Nk ^ , 

tFiryt mort , N. Y., 
V &U R K 

RA b K.R,,..., 


JuiH'l.li^HS SO 

1 
.laii, I, ISfifl SO 

Apr. 1. IWl aj 

Apr, I, laW «0 

I-' 


T*>tal ... 


1 



Amount 



A III mint 
niiis^taiid-^ 



&.^JVX1,000 J^>jlXt,OfXJ 



300,000 
110,300, DOj 



I ,000,000 

aoi>,o(x> 



reallzBd 
OD aniouDt 
outrttaad- 



S3.0i7,fl7J 00 

1.000,000 00 

300^000 00 



1,000,000 1,000,000 00 



Sl,:^^Xi,Ol>0 ,g4,347»BT109 



CiPHt i>r IttMiil mirl KqTiipiiieiit. 



IU>A o 



QradtuK. riiJi«j?r.iry and l^allo^ , 
BHdtTfH 



fiuper&tructuns (jiicludinff tiesj - 



Lanrl , . . , ,,,,,.. , . ► h 

Featt»« . , 

PaBfieup'j*T' ari*l f rtr'Siibt Htatioim ,...,,.,. 

£:Dgriue and tar houH*.»s. , . . , 

EuKir)p4!*rii3;r i'X[)^nHh-s ,,*..,*.. 

Pu roll aa*' f * r li 1 1 'i ^ t r m i H<i r * hri4 k : 

fvVw York, r'nt^-Jd-'rii/i^ run-l HfJJSton , 
llaiifnrd ft]:>iJ rouufclL-jut Valley . , 



Addttionn or 
lieltfrmpntK 
dintFiK var 
t^ndinn? Jupo 



SI 



,H B 10 

,t»gH .VI 

, IIJT il.^ 

307 r»3 
90a 01 
SOS 40 



Total cost of 

FOnd a 111 J 

equiinnord up 

to Jiiav Z", 

IfUS. 



§yO,647 tf? 



t 7,N7S,H40 11 



Block f^ii^nriip , J lU.9r.*^ yr> ............... 

lliBCt^Iliitjeoiis . ;^?,^F.» 70 1 

New ottlec liiiildirii^ New H i^vcn, Cnnii ....,.., .' ^ll^i.fAi'i yl , ..... ,,..,..,. 

Oosr (.f ntajl np to Jiinp L^, 1^9 J, lis reported .., » I S^i,733,950 01 



TotaJ COAT of road .... l f n,760,^& 72 



^5,540,aiO 7:1 



I'l^UIPItK.^T 



bOCmmi dlvt^.is , 

PftBseDK*^]" cars 

KAfl, baKi^"***?*" atui 63Cpre«w i ars ...... 

Frelji^ht arii 1 ot h^r cars , , 

Bftrj^<?ft. flnpAtrf add \ tj^s ....,,,...,,,... .,.,..,,,... 
Cost of e*iutijin+:(iit up to jum* ;W, IbWa, as reported. 

Totai cost t ^f equipm**n t 

Onuid total crust of niart and ef[uiprui?i]: 



r>M.7JW 11 

tr.ST! la 



I f.5,K>7,ai7 29 



SLai^i.Htn- bT 



|l:;,0ty,2S7 ^^0 



S5,iii,fii4 m 



|40,OGO,ai4 S9 



RitTAnj^ OF AuPixroNB or Bkttermentw Durlvo the Year, 

Oonatnictioii and tN|uJ]j]iieut acc<>uiit, *^ew Yfirk, rrtjvidcuce and BontoD Rai! 

road., . SG,t*7y.193 Ui 

Construction and equipment account. Hartford aiid Connecticut YalTey Uailrriad, 8WS,647 07 
CSoBt of four trackliaj,''. Jncludin^ ^radin^, t^idla^tln^. real estate, stations and 

changf of gradi' cmasiniLTS. 1 , Jt4,'.Jfll 06 

Short line and sec^ md trhtk .....,._.... f«)l ,400 : » 

Oo«ti}f aeparaiion nf frrade crossings other than la connecitoa with four track 

ng and double ir^u^kld^. ...,,.. ...,.,.... 143,537 88 



* Providence to Stouiugton. + Stonlu^-t^jn to New I-rmdon, 



438 Report of the Railroad CoMMrssioNERs, 

Reftlestito , , f],0t7,0W fil 

XeiromcobulidlDff, New Haven, Ctmn ,..,. Sl5.(M^f 91 

Pier 50, Eaat ri^er^ New York, new freight office bulldinR »J,Si5 05 

BerJtii iiuprovejnent. .,..*...* * ..* , 61 ,57W 96 

&tonin;;r^u divlalon, block Finals ...,,,........,.... 57, ^H 84 

Etiglny' house, WJlUmaDtl/; -.* 42,906 01 

New briJgisa.. , «8.557 OT 

Willi tna&Uc Improvement. ...,,... , iE5,0&5 liS 

Newaldjiigs aS.StiS 10 

Interlocldne New Havwp ftird , . IS.^M W 

Wept Riverljraneb^ New Haven. Conn tl,fll(I W 

Belt r.Iiif ImprDvem^tit, Pfovidetic*^, R, T , „ ,,...,.. 13,S&3 H 

PtHquonuDt Sc Juuctlua, ■ t. , Uuprovement * 1 IJOO ^ 

BlaL'kHl 4 mi^ Junction improvement. .,.....,,..,,......,,.......,....,,,.,, 10,57'^ 30 

Soui )^ Auburn Improvement , . . . * ^^iW W 

Frur Tracks. ProvidtfOctJ nod Worct3at*?r KaDrc«d ,,..... , 4 ,4SB €<l 

Double track in jf East Providence branch, ProvldeDce and Worcester railroad. , . . 5,^M 7i 

Nijw (Mmnieetloo betwtswti Soutb Wattsr i^treet and Djer Btreet, Providence, R. I. . 4,389 OS 

Pass*'nK^ Btation at iihelton . , ,..*,.., S, *T6 13 

Relft LDinH wall, Kast Qr««nwich ..,.,„ ,.,,. „.,.,.„,,.*..„. 2.481 41 

Han fora improveniuot. .* * * * 7fiT €6 

Apponang Improvt^ment ...,.,,...,.,,, ,.,„..*„,„..„..,,,<,.,, * » . , 381 8S 

|ii,:so,s«ii n 



Looomotlres — 14 wwaflnsper, 14 freight, 3 switch, I compound. ..,.,,. $3P&,636 84 

Cars — 10 parlor, 17 coacben, 2 smokers, 4 couipoaltei 1 maJi, 538, ^SD ^ 

Thirty box .., i7,an lo 

FJoating equipment: 

PurchOBu froto th^s Ntfvr Bng^laud Terminal Company. „ * . „ , * . , . tt49,SOO 00 

One caj- float K^&QO 00 



91,Sia.897£7 



Total ........ |l3,9«4;aa7 S9 



I II coins Acoouut for Ye»r Eiifllng Jn&e ^Q, 1893. 

Gross earnings from optsrat I >n , , . . , ,,....,.. Sl7,S23,OttO 8T 

Lem operating expi^nses C^xclodiOK all taxes) I»,4(»,9»4 27 

Ket earning from operation fSjSlT J3& 30 

IncovM from other jourcet, oi followt^ vis.i 

Eenta.... 100,404 HI 

PEvkienda received on stock owned I5^i ^^lO^ 5/& 

luu^r^t received (»u bonds owned. , ^ . „ ,,..,„. 97 J M SO 

M liKrt^Uaneous interrat received . li^^SQ^ &^ 



GroHH Income from oil flourcea , . 16,017,553 &t 

DtihicUons from income, (w /oitoriu, viz.: 

lateral on funded debt due and accrued , , ...,..,„.,, $llfl,a3S SB 

RentaJfl ,... 1,757,(^31 33 

TajEes OQ pi^perty used In operation of road 10I>.4M 4 

Tftxe^ on earnlujra and capttai etock .,.,,.. , . . „ 6^9 .777 11 

Taxes on othtr than above , . . 5,503 3» 

Interest on current Uabillties .,,.,.,.,,,......,..,,,... 14a,&'Jl 43 

Intereftt on defemsd liabilities. a),5i*0 UO 

Interest on »y bscrtptiontj to convertible debenture oertlflcate* aa,7e0 50 



9,910,554 Ot 
Ket income from all aourcea ia,90r,9BB 89 



fnymentt /rom net income, cu follorm, uii,; 
Dividends paid, 2U pt^r cent on $^,751,400 common stock . 
Dlvicb. nda paid, *i]Z per cent on $28.JT5,0OD common stock , 
TMviil'Ddft paid. 2|^ per cent on |38,H56.Ri:iO common i^tock . 
Dividends paid, 3^ per cent on 13^,0^,1^00 common stock . 



a,045,53fi €0 



Siiipliu f or jear endtng JiineSO, 1303 ........,.,.,.. > tas,'ifl3 80 



New Yoek, Nkw Haven and Habtfobd. 



4Sd 



General Income Account. 

Surplus for year endlDR June 80, 1893 $6S,468 8ft 

Surplus upto JuneaO, 1808 4,007,715 09 

Add premiunos from sale of 18,834 shares of stock owned by the 
company $«,0eMJ,165 61 

Excetis rt receipts oyer expenses. Union Wharf Company 8,077 60 

Ezcefts of assets oyer liabilities, New York, Providence and Boston 
R R. Company 1,167,081 97 

Balance, profit and loss account, Hartford and Connecticut Valley 
R.R. Co 96,847 07 



Deduct adjustment of ledger value of stock owned of leased lines 

receivea in exchange of N Y., N. H. & H R R. Co. stock $41,619. 11 

Excess of current and deferred liabilities over current assets, 

HousatonicR tt. Co l,aM,600 81 

Worthless accounts written off , 4,806 65 

Bonds owned of Watertown & Waterbury R. R. Oo. cancelled 6,000 00 



»4,oflo,m sa 



"1^887,843 18 



1,277,4^ 07 



Tot&l surplus June 80, 1898 ta,lfl9,fil« IS 



Dbtailkd Statcmkkt or Rkntalb. 



Harlem River and Portchester 

Naugatuck 

Boston uid New York Air Une ] golSh^V V.'. ^.l I 
Shore Line . 



$97,766 00 
1,750 00 



w— w.,««-«^ M^,^>»«,%»«+r.r.JN. H. andN $201,848 75 

New Haven and Northampton j Holyoke and Westfleld 87,b79 20 

Hartford and Connecticut Valley. 

New York, Providence and Boston 

Providence and Worcester 

Pawtuxet Valley 

' Housatonic, twelve months' payment $155,228 CO 

Berkshire, nine months' payment 81,500 00 

West Stockbridge. nine months' payment 1 ,850 00 

. Stockbridge and Pittsfleld, nine months' payment 23,566 76 

Berkshire, three months' payment. 

West Stockbridge, three months' payment 

Stockbridge and Pittsfleld, three months' payment 

Danbury and Norwalk 

New Haven and Derby 



Housatonic 



$170,000 00 
166,249 00 



99,515 DO 
07,728 flO 



299,«i»7 96 
S,OiM 00 

loi.rsG m 
ir,«6J 00 



2lt,6-54 75 

150 00 
0,79^ 00 



Total amount of rentals deducted from income $1 .757^631 88 



Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Expenses. 

Earninos. 





Passenger. 


Freight 


Total. 


Freight, through $4,611,765 74 




$7,625,106 99 




Freighti local " '8,'818,'851 25 






|7,»S5,1Q6 99 


Passengers, through $2,488,803 80 


$8,568,840 44 
298,917 60 
485,288 20 

460,068 98 


Passengers,' local .T '6;i26;088 14 








ICail 






Ttmrtmu , ,. . 




9,M7,4»1 M 


Mi»eeUaneou8, <u follows, viz : 
Plarlor and sleeping cars $888,477 28 

Krr^^ hAp^ftiTA Kfl,A«i» OR 




Passenger car, mileage 4,822 84 

Miscellaneous passenger 12,600 81 


400,053 sa 


Holstlhg $190,64820 

Wharfage 17,457 10 

lOsoellaneous freight 80,243 14 


290,417 41 


Switching ." 68,078 91 


290,417 41 








$9,807,646 17 


$8,115,524 40 


$17,9^,009 67 







430 Kepobt of the R^ilboad Commissiditess. 

AAalfiU or GroBK limmlniTH luid Operatlnij; Exii«iisefl — (OoDtinued) 
Opuunna E^tPEKsce. 



Mainttmancw ofvjajfand ttmcturet: 

R«ipairi? nf track , ,,.»*. 

New at*^l raiJn laJd, 5,23-1 toDS; coat. 1158,700 11 
Old st^l railB laid, S,^i tooa; coat, 7^,S6a 70 



Total Hteel 8,955 tona ; co«t, lHU^Gfi^ SI 

rroD raUa lAld. S3 tons. ........ .coet^ 504 fl6 



Repairs of roadbed ,►,...,-... 

Eei^alrini of brldj^^ea c^zicludtng cuJTerta and 

c-atile ja:uiu-dg> /.„.... , 

ttQpaIrn of Etatmna, abcTw, dooka, «to 

Repairs of feticeis „ , 

Otber ^rpt^Dfies for mfldntenaiiGQ of way and 

Btructurea ..,,,,,..,, 



Total. 



Paageoeijr. 



S(IO,fiDe n 



«euoe3«i 

:il 0,340 60 
36,110 « 

145,140 80 



|1,SC7,B^ BO 



Fiel^bt. 



tea,39S 74 



4fl5,aO&93 

04,402 10 
^30,355 Qi3 
^,410 05 



Sl,04«,4fl6aO 




f i6s,»e 61 



G»t>.7iai 69 
58.5^^37 



Si,A]fl,B6a 9ft 



Repaim of locomotives. , 

Bepalre of cars. . , , , 

Eiepsirg of Tnachlaery and tools. . . , » , . . . 

Other exp«Tis^ for malntenapce of equlpme^it 

Total 



1 »S4s.s^ m 
] 064.747 ea 

8.i?75 19 


4fl:>,6e2 53 
54,4:^ m 
83,021 flO 


1565, m Of 

l,n7,340^ 

9G.ai3 M 

91,396 79 


$1, 05a, 785 40 


SS12,336 74 


$1,639,122 14 



Conducting tr^TitpoT iatton ! 

Wages of conductors and men ..,.,,,,,..,.,,,. 

Waeea of *Mijfine^r« aqd flremfed ..,,.... 

Fuel for locomotives „ . , 

OU ind wiUitH 

Water supply ,.,.....,....., 

DtLer train Aupplle^ dp t(Xp«*tiaea. 

Wa^es of station af^entflaod oLerka. ........... 

Wages fi;-r lahMir at fttatlotis . p 

Station puppUes. ...... — , „ , 

Waiiefl of watch niBD, ftajifcnf^n and swHcbmen.. 
OtLer eacpen»s« for conducting trauEportatioo, 

Total., 



8581,31^1 34 


$T42,471J 29 


Sh3Z3.WS«B 


5ia,57S 37 


a^^-^s 38 


f^UB48 75 


ewjosoi 


4^1 2iii ^ 


MSfl.aaa ss 


05,713 aa 


37,7T20 ^5 


103,434 17 


M.raj 71 


35,967 14 


89,092 as 


ieo,3Ji8 87 


14.63S &1 


sn4,8e«78 


30:i,743 at 


M7.91« 30 


771,009 a« 


5^.6,17 98 


-mjm m 


ne«^,KagB 


100,4^ i^ 


7B.4Kfl 74 


178.945 Ttt 


ai5,aO 93 


2S4,45i.^ 97 


449,71M 90 


1,951 07 


340,568 as 


34»,519 96 


Sa, 104,314 54 


$3,B91,789 72 


(e, 695.004 n 



Salaries of perteral r>f«cer« an d clerks .......**♦ J fltl ,5 1 9 25 

GtiUffral ofllcc expenses and supplies. . , J 14,510 S^ 

Stationery and pptintLn)j .,.....,..„ \ 99 S-Hl 33 

Outride aeenciKS and advertiiing 88, l p« S3 

Le^nl esfK'nstfS. , IBfl, 895 76 

L(j^ and UaiTiof^ Of f rei^bt and bajg^goge.^ , . , . - - 1 1 ,f 65 8£ 

Damaji^e to cattle ajid property ...,]..,......,., 7, 6lS IT 

lajurif H to p«reonB ,.....: 03,195 7i 

Teif^Krsph uiaiutenance atid operatton .,,,... ST, 12S 04 
Hlieya^ ot ca^H of other compaaieB {debit 

balance) ....,...,., 

Rentfl... , 197,177 68 

Other ^oera! expenoefl * . , 11 ,lia 87 



Total , 

Qnad total operating expwse«. , 



fTS7,S44 14 



Se,9iG,731 63 



3117,C4^ 39 
9.677 49 
57.321 4fi 
129 19 
101,17^ 10 
6,68SOS 
13,174 m 
35,099 S» 
48,795 94 

S51,93R0t 
78,4^ n 
19;18S 93 



|T30,G0g 63 



soaee,tofi 59 



^e7S,&3l ff4 
314,193 73 

i55.Gfiar 31 

38,385 Se 
25B,CG7 90 
7,048 » 
20,992 07 
90,295 09 
85,917 9g 

1^51.9!^ Oi 
K5,664 75 
BO^SOlSd 



SI, 5^^468 W 



Sl3,4<l5,»ft4 «r 



New Tobk, New Haven and Habttobd. 



431 



General Balanoe Sheet, June 3Qf 1893, 

A80BT8. 

Oostof road .„ |33,54S.31» 7B 

Cost of equipment. , fl,lll,5M W 

Other permanent investments^ as follows^ viz, ; 

Stock of other compaDlea $1 .MBSO* QO 

Bonds of other oompanks. .....' His , IG^ T7 

stock leased lines, not merged, exchan^ for stock of New York, New HaTen 

and Hartford Railroad Company ajift.OCO 00 

Contingent assets. : 

New York, Prbyidence and Boston and Old Colony Railroad Ter- 
minal Company Si8,2;5 fli 

Kxpenditures on Pawtuxet Valley Railroad l^A\^ &3 

Advances to Harlem River and Port Chester Railroad Company. ... IM.S30 17 

mjw w 

Owrrent assets, as follows, viz. : 

Cash on hand ..., P^,T14 n 

Bills receivable Tfl»,224 7a 

Dnebyagenu S13,7»1 44 

Open acoomits. 3S>7,01« EO 

Materials and supplies l ,m'4,t£^ ib 

TruKtees of subscriptions to convertible debenture certificates.. . . , Sd^ ,9eg Ofl 

Property No. 2W South street. New York city EO , OOO 00 

4,llS,fl64 ?8 

|51J35,S78 75 

LUBIUTISS. 

Ospital stock , $8^,^38,000 Ct 

Subscriptions to convertible debenture certificates H^^'i ,9C0 00 

Funded debt 4,aC0,0i;0 00 

Ourrent liabilities, (u foUowSy viz. : 

Interest on funded debt due and accrued |«a,o;¥ 04 

Dividends unpaid ft. fti :l 00 

Audited voucners and pay-rolls ] ,J30S 7^7 4^ 

Open accounts , , . 1 74 ,S] 1 3^ 

Loans and bills payable , , . . . s,4i3,S00 ii» 

Rentals of leased lines, due July 1 ..,., >h,44] 6$ 

Accrued rentals of leased lines not yet due 16^,0^7 ^ 

— 4j4fl,flesm 

Deferred liabUities: 

Rolling stock certificates Housatonic Railroad, due 1899 9200,000 00 < 

Certificates of indebtedness Housatonic Railroad Co., due 1891. .... 50,000 00 
Certificates of indebtedness Housatonic Railroad Co , due 189fi. .... 5U.CO0 Oo 

Certificates of indebtedness Housatonic Railroad Co , due 1896 50, GOO 00 

!taO,OOD 00 

Deferred Income, being sale of certain commutation tickets not 

usable until after July 1 ...,...,., fl,0ft9 M 

Profit and loss (surplus) , , _ 6,109,016 Ifi 

Trafllo and Mileage Statistic p<. 



Itkm. 



Number of passengers carried 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight carried 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile . 

Passenger train mileage 

Freight train mileage 

AH other train mileage 



Total train mileage . 



Through. 



8,266,100 
117,884,S96 

3,802,788 
800,428,78» 



Local. 



so.flas.Tfia 

»,<i56,^17 



Total. 



470.&a8.frl4 

6,HAU 100 

4]V.0&ej44 



6,3&.^,9e4 
3.tilB,751 
3,0Sa,76|* 



la. BOS, 473 



432 Befobt of th£ Raii^soad Commissioners, 

Trafllc and Mileag^e Statistics — (Continued). 



ITKM. 



Earnings. 



Expenses. 



Profit. 



Passenger earnings and expenses (including 
maa« express and miscellaneous earnings) .... 

Average per passenger carried 

Ayerage per passenger per mile 

Average per passenger train per mile 

liVeiirht earnings and expenses (including mis* 
ceilaneous earnings 

Averafi^e per ton of freight carried 

Aven^ per ton of freight per mile 

Average per freight train per mile 



S9,80r,546 ]7 
488 
021 
^ 1 548 

8,115,594 40 

1 188 

019 

8 127 



$8,816,781 66 
886 
018 
978 

6,169,908 69 

015 

1 eat 



$8,500,618 40 
165 
008 



1,080 sn 81 

881 

004 
606 



Itbm 

Oomputed on earnings from carrying passengers 

and freight only. 



Average rate received per mfle for carrying pas- 
sengers, flrst-clasa 

Average rate received per mile for carrying pas- 
sengers, all classes 

Average rate received per mile per ton for carrying 
freight, all classes 



Through. 



Cents. 
8.07 



1.50 



Local. 



Cents. 
1.7 



8.79 



Through 
andlooaL 



Oenta. 
1.70 



l.TO 
1.87 



Doscriptlon of Road and Equipment. 





inUBS 


OWKKD. 




TOTAL KILBS. 


Tback. 


p. 

3^ 


/ 


JS5 


1^ 

a 

m 


•Si 


1^ 


Main line from WoodUwn Junction, N. Y., to 

Springfield, Mass , single track 

Branches, or other roads, laid single track. . . . 


14.04 


188.44 
159.91 


'iiiso 


548.47 


14.04 
11.50 


189.44 
706.88 


Total sinele track 


14.04 


888.85 


11.50 


548.47 


85.54 


880.89 






Bec'ind track on main line 


14.04 


188.44 
68.66 


'ii.'io 


id8.'74 


14.04 
11.50 


198.44 


Second track on branches or other roads 


166.40 


Total second track 


14.04 


185.10 


11.50 


108.74 


85.54 


887.84 






Third track on mai n line 


9.87 


81.48 
'81.* 48 




"iioo 
"iioo 


9.87 


81.48 


Third track on branches or other roads 

Fourth track on main line 


1.90 
91.48 


Fourth track on branches or other roads 


l.OO 


Total third and fourth tracks 


48.96 




8.80 


19.74 


46.70 






Sidings and turnouts on main line 


6.90 


106.49 
50.51 


96.16 


881.58 


6.00 
86.16 


106.49 


Sidings an* turnouts on branches or other 
roaids 


889.08 








Total sidings and turnouts 


6.90 


157.00 


86.16 


881.68 


88.C6 


888.69 






Grand total of tracks, sidings and turnouts. . . 


54.78 


667.41 


49.16 


886.58 


108.88 


1558.04 


Laid with steel rati, main line 


47.88 


887.84 
888.67 


'88!66 


666!6i 


47.88 
88.00 


887.84 


Laid with steel rail, branches or other roads. . 


877.66 



Average life of rails — Steel. 18 years ; average life of ties, 6 years. Weight of raOs per yard— 
Steel, maximum. 78^ lbs. ; minimum, 57 lbs. Gauge of track, 4 feet S^ Inches. Ballasted with 
stone and gravel. 



XkW V("UK, XkU lliiVLX AND \} ART i'URD. 



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i 


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7.51 


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IjuJlMnJ . 




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sn.s& 



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KjrrtRK Link. 



MHinnR^ 






Iron l.iriHjsisH ,^.,. 
Wixidfu bridif^B . 

Totftl , . . . 



TO 



40 



i,;i>oj 
io»j^Ti 



Hfcll 

1!*7 

ni 



iWf. 

10.050.3 
4rtJ07.6 

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J 



434 



Hkpokt of the Railroad Comhissionebb. 



I>eserlnttcifi of WLomd juid Equipment - 


(CoQtlDueid). 






*E9CtFlCEHT. 


1 


i 
i 


09 Total number. 

§9 1 


< 

$10,500 
0,800 


f 

188,000 
12;},00D 


ft 


J2; 


d*8 

55 


LwjomotlTefl^ drivers. ,*,,... 
Locomotives. 4 drlTera 


51 
1«2 


m 


«0 


73 
S81 


94 


Total 


313 


w 


i2i 








404 


M 











F^t cls«a pnn^tiKer cars . 
Baff^a«e.mail ande3rpre(BcarB| 



Total. 



tj 137 


an 

39 


883 
166 


$5,500 
3,000 


es,ooo 
ao.ooo 






ass 

16« 


- 


24; 


1,049 






-■■ 


1.0« 


1,019 



BoxfrelRht cara 

Stock f reieht cans . - ... ^ ..... . 


K4S1 
3 

tt3H 
45 

305 


1,S4B 


3,890 
18 

1,689 

1,367 
51 
68 

1,788 


$460 
450 
885 
350 
475 
660 


81.000 
8a «W 
as.Doo 

20.0CM 

83,000 
21,000 




1^ 


Kon 


Con] frelffhl car s. 


31 S 


Fint frHg-bt cunfi.H h^.. 


8ST 


Caboose, -1- wheel cars 








Service car* 


48 






Total 


3,1H5 


4,tte7 


8.174 






'"■ 


t.om 





Paasenp^r cars are eq nipped wJtb We«Mn;^bou8e and Eames" ▼acuym brake asd M^Uler hooka. 
Fnekht cars, ISSfl with Weatiiifthouse bmJce; all other freight carg h4vo hatid brakes; couplers 
are Janney and ordluarj driLw-biir& gpUt switches generally in use on road . 



BiNooll&neoas Statltitlcs. 



Itkm. 



LeDAftb r-l steel ralEa laid during year In r^pAlra, miles 

RaEfroad eroHDlng road At gmuie ... 

Ralkoad croHslnp rond othf or uud^r grade 

HJ^bwar croi&iii^s £t K^^de wUhtMit protection 

Hii?hway orosfllri»c8 at gradd protrtjted by ^tes or flagmen 
Hiifhwny crosBitif^'4 at grudet prot«ctetl by electric signals 

H Igb way crc^^ajsri^ ovt^r or undt^r ^rade 

Overhead obatrutiJuat} Icm th&u tweuty teet above track 




Passenger ('ar« arft ht»a.ted by hot wat^r which in turn is heated by Bteam applied oatstde of 
car, ll(?btt*d h\ l 11 iamps and ffaa and veEJtilatud by hinged sash m dojne, and dome ventilatoraL 

Th<> AdaiiiK ExjiriTfls* Coinpeny rim« over tintj; the compemation paid by the rxprej^c^ompany 
li baei^d upoii the i^pact* oct-upied by expro^^n matter, which varies f ri>TLi linif t<% time 

Sle«plog^ parlnr ai:d bulTet ctiTu mti fvir ihls road. These classes uf ijar^^^n thnm^h aod local 
■bore line tralT4« tietireeu Now Yurk and l^-Nti n are owned and operait^d Viy tlds; eompojiy; Joiot 
lkii«a arm operHi>^d in connect ton with the tk^^ton and Albany RailrofiJ < '< LEipaii^ of botb aletepinfc 
and parlor mr*, ea^ib coiupftnyfuroi tilling its? quota based on mileage. ,!i-irtt Hues of pHrlor carj* 
ira operateii U] eouiieotlon whh the N'ew Vurkand New England RjiiiEVidd L^jjropaoy. tfach coiu- 
paoy fumUhlnp iiH quota of cju-*!i. based on mileage. 

PulUi>an. F<kiiv>4^it3 and parlor cam are operated by Pullman Company ijj*twpen Boston and 
Harlem flvtr, i\i\'\n^ Joint Una with the P^?nn8ylvania Railroad Company betW4^Q Botiton^ 
Philfrdf'lpbiB and Wmdiliiiirtou. 

On« dtuib^ r-ar In i operated het«»en Bottton and New London, owned by this ootnpaity and tbct 
Old Colony kallniad Oompany. 

The ^tar Union iJn« freipht car* and corn oT the Red Line, White Ll^^e, Blue Line and of othi^ 
irBLj]¥ipfl.rtHtjr)n O'lupanieti runovir tbm road, and for the uce of their earn this company pdiy^ 
mileaKe; thi^oiiiiininy cbariJtes f'.>r nil repairs made on their cars. TUese trausportati-m oom- 
paniefl um cars f urfiiahed by themselvea; neither their carsnor frejglit arc given any preftsreaoo 
In speed nr crd^^r of tranHportatk^n. 

Tbiu company bus no formal controct with the United States Govtjrtinient for trannportatitMi 
of matli^, but talfr-K ihe i^tnpenBatlon allow^id by law for their transiiortation . 



* In addition to cara specified In table, the Company owns 50-94 of se*en pajstienger car*, one 
comblEi&tlnn car, one baggage car and two baggage flat cars with era tea, in the ^' Stoningtoa 
Line/'' also. i&&-^m ot four [>as8enger cars hi the *' Colonial Exprvia^,"' Add (M-10§ of one 
dining cw. 



New York, New Haven aito Hartford. 

Dbscriptiom of Frkioht Moved. 



435 





iTtM. 


Tounag^. 


Pwoeat. 


rionr 


7a,oefl 
lar^oots 
lat.HO 

172,177 

19.949 

l,30a 4^ 

70,7114 

4.701 

2,gU.5,4F« 

wr,io6 

t.0&4.744 


I.t4 


GraJn, , \ 


ZM 


Ueatfi and provtiiionfl,. . ,..*,. + , , , ., ^ .....>.......,.....»»... . 


1.91 


LJTeBtoct , 


.84 


l«umber * * ^ 


0.6a 


Plff ojkd bar Ircnj Aod steel ,»......,, * * , 


5.51 


Iron or other orea. . . , ,,.,.....,. 


.89 


Coal and coir© ............ ^ , » 


£0.8» 


i*©lfolpiini Hnd other ofls . , .,..♦. 


1.08 


All othi^r iiiaiiufttctures. ....,..,..., 


.<» 


\t} mh^r TTt'^p^hnndlBf^ 


S2.15 


All other agricultural proditctfl 
AU oth»r ttrtick'S not iDcLudtid £ 




s.ca 


itjove 


SQ.04 








Total 


^ fl,B6fl,lO0 


lOO 


' " 





Number of Aooidbnts— Emtirb System. 



1 


Injured. 


KUIed. 


Total. 


PlBAeenf^era ...«,,,.«..,...«.,..,....,. ^ p ..... . 


S4 

re 
01 


8 
12S 


48 


£ltnpl4^y ta 


8a» 


otJSr/!. ;:;::::::::::;:::;;;;;;;;::;;:;;;, :;::;;:::;::;;;;::;:;:; 


21ft 


TotaJ .„.,, , ,... 


403 


!M 


597 







Employes. 

Average number of persons employed (including officials) during y^ar 18,155 

Akggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $7,858,469 80 

Officers of the Company. 

Name. Title, Official AddresB, 

Chables p. Clare President New Hayen, Conn. 

Lucius Tuttlb. Vice-President New Haven, Conn. 

C. S. Mellen Second Vice-President New Haven, Conn. 

Willtam D. Bishop, Jr Secretary Bridgeport, Conn. 

W. L. Squire Treasurer New Haven, Conn. 

H. M. KooHKRSPEROBR Comptroller , « New Haven, Conn . 

C. T. Hempstead General Passenger Agent New Haven, Conn. 

N. A. Wilcox General Freight Agent New Haven, Conn. 

O. H. Platt General Supwintendent New Haven, Conn. 

Directors of the Company. 

Name. Residence. 

B. H. Trowbridoe New Haven, Conn. 

Wm. D. Bishop Bridgeport. Conn. 

Nathaniel Wheeler Bridgeport, Conn. 

Henry C. Robinson Hartford, Conn. 

Charles P. Clark New Haven, Conn. 

Joseph Park New York city. 

Chaukcey M. Depew New York city. 

Henry S. Lee Springfield, Mass. 

William Rockefeller New York city. 

Leverett Brainard Hartford, Conn. 

J. PiERPONT Morgan New York city. 

Lucius Tuitle New Haven, Conn. 

Qeoroe Macculloch Miller New York city. 



Title of company. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. 

General offices at New Haven, Conn. 

Date of close of fl«cal year, June 30. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, October 18. 

For information concerning this report address H. M. Kochersperger, Comptroller. 



436 



Bbpost of thr Eailboad Commibsionbbs. 



NEW TOBE AND NO&THE&N. 

(Date of charter, October 10, 1887.) 



For hlstoiy of organization, etc., see Report of 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





OOMHON. 


PBUrCRBBD. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Number 


Total 
par value. 


Authorized by law or charter, 
issued for reorganlzttion and 
now outntandinfiT 


80,000 


$8,000,000 


60,000 


16,000,000 







Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders 



99,000,000 
2» 





FuvDSD Debt. 






. 




Date. 


} 


intkrkst. 


Amount 
author- 
ized. 


Amount 


Dbsigmation of 

LiKM. 


1 


When 
payable. 


outstand- 
ing. 


First mortcratre 


Oct. 1, 1887 
Oct. 1, 1887 


40 
40 


'1 

4 


April & Oct. 
June & Dec. 


$1,900,000 
8,200,000 


$1,SOO,000 


Second mortfiraire. 


8,800,009 






Total 


$4,400,000 


$4,400,000 















Cost of Bead and Equipment. 



Road. 



Orading, masonry and ballast . 
Bridges . 



Engmeering expenses , 

Reorganization expense account, second mtge., bondholders. 

Total cost of road 



Additions or 
betterments 
during Tear 
ending June 
80,1888. 



$1,000 00 
1,2:4 68 
1,988 00 
2,117 06 



$6,327 68 



Total cost 
of road and 
equipment 
up to June 
80,1898. 



Equipment. 
Locomotives 


$18,616 64 
88,800 61 




iiAPDMa floats and tvcYt . » t , , . . ^ ^ » - » ■, 








Total cost of eauiDment 


$67,826 18 








Orand total cost of road and equipment 


$63,662 76 
18,602,814 29 




As r^Kkrg^nlzAd And rnportAd June 80, 18Ifi ,,,.,,.,.,. 






$18,666,907 06 







Details of Additiohs or BsTrBiufEiVTs Durino the Tear. 

Retaining wall at Tonkers 

New bridge at Brewster 

Engineering expenses account, new surveys 

Expenses attending reorganization, account second mortgage bondholders 

New locomotives 

New tugboat on account, $6,000; new floats, $12,809.64; total 



Total. 



$1,000 00 
1,274 SS 
1,990 00 
2,117 06 
18,ftl6 54 
88,800 64 

$68,662 76 



New Yohk aih) Nobthhbn. 437 

Inoomcr AQCoaat for Tfi«ir £xidlii|f Jtiti^ SO, 18Q3. 

Orom eamtngH from operatioD ., , , , ,,,.....,,.. ifltA,a08 78 

Lesa op«r&tiDj? exptnaw {excJudltij? aU ta)iet) 58A !M$9 06 

Net eATolueft from operatiou. f83,7l4 OS 

gteuu tug, Domthy S^eCfl 01 

GrcM iDcome from all sourcea f80,»Sl 27 

Deductions from income^ oa foliou^^ viz, ; 

iBierpst {in funded debt duia and Accrued.. ,. , „ . fl^.OOD 00 

Rtntalu 6,000 00 

T&xf rt on property used Id operation of road, and all oth«r taxea. . , 30,879 T5 

Intereat ou liabilities . . . . . h , 11 57 

LJ&bUItI»» incurred In prerloiu years , ...,..,,. 0,O(Vt SB 

S80,W7 la 

Daflclt for j«*r etuHoff June 90. 18^ , 91l9l,e£2 Dt 

General In«om« Aocount 

Beflcit for y ear eodiDK June at>, iBiS , fli4,^i 91 

Deficit up to Jttqeito;i«82 - fta,»n tt 

Total defldt June 20* laea- ^ Hffl^fiaTg 

Manbattati Railway connection at One Hundred and Fifty- flf lb etreet, Elgbtli 
aTenue, Kenr Yoric city. , , . , |6,0OO OO 

AutUyHlH of Groia £amln|^ juid Operating fixpensep. 







FrtMfht. 


Total. 


rreltrhL through ., tiS%COO BT 




!S3O0,T30 eo 




rreiabt. local. -. 160,^0 8! 






fS0OJ3O«O 


Paof^tizervL throuah Si T .831 30 


' 

SaflT.1^5 HIS 

B,^i)0 


Panengers, local.... StO,65L CO 






2^7,076 86 

a,5S8 as 


Mmll 




ICTI^rPfW , n . r .,-,,. n T ........ . ..... 


3,800 oa 


tWegrapk 1 1,178 at 

Rents and urivUena 4.0TV M 






fi»i2S8 90 






lV4al ptYHMl RftPfliniPfl r r - - . , 


^15,673 m 


1300,780 W 


taiG,S0fi 7S 





OpaKATnro Expenses. 
MQintenante of way and Mtna^urt* : 

Repairs of truck ......,,.,«*.., , .- < 

Bt<pa4rs of rrmdtwd ,..,... 

E«pAira of bridges (including cuIthIs and Cftttle 

guard*) „........,,, 

Bepaim of stations, sbope, docks, eto 

Beii&frs of fences ,...,,..„.... , 

Otter ex|ien»es for Tnalatenanoe of way and 

BtroctiireB 



Total. 



$3e,lS0 18 
UD17 SI 

4,341 f? 
4,^90 10 

K4sa 

94«Qft 



f4T,140 73 



$10,740 Ifi 
47SS3 

1S,B11 sa 
S4 04 

886 73 



P3.424 U 



153,170 m 
1,491 U 

ft,i«0$8 

17,091 as 

308 87 
1.333^ 



|7&,6e5fl7 



Maiittcnance ofetpiiprntnt .' 

Repairs of locomotlTes. 

B«pain of car*. ...,,. , , 

Bepairs of machinery and tools ,.....,,., 

Otber e:rpenfi«ji for maJiitenance of equlpsi«Dt. 

Total. 



$14,115 01 

1^,40^ 10 

4BB40 



$fi,Q5B60 
HjOOoe 

~ta8,£S0 4e 



$30,073 70 
S7,&08 m 

3,t«0 l» 

$S1,M0 38 



# 



\ 



440 



Bbtobt or THE Baiiboab CoiofiseioiTEEa, 



Dkeuijq or Bramchmb or Othxb Boaimi. 









SE 


_ 


1 


3 




TVdbi 


To 


It 


J 

G 


i! 


il 








^1 


s 


'^ 


Ycmken Braocli . , , 


VanCortlaDdJc.. 


Tonfcers 


3.10 


0«ti«il.. 


3.10 


«.I« 


lUh.c^p*cF&JJ«Riiflro«d. 


BbJdwiD place.... 




Mah>u;miiieB 


4.05 


• 




4. 05 








KKtlA* UDSm PI KKW tOKK 
* STAT*, 


Bbidgsb. 


Number. 


^rar 


Ipfio *M4Hflwi <!nrladhiF lf*>n tWIik^> 


sa 

1 




WiMMkB brUlE¥« (1 tmm ood 12 pile bridges) 


f>tt 


WoodiK trrwilfw T . .T. .'. 


a>S 






TiUml 


M 


10.273 







E^trrpwerr. 



LooomoUvtM. dffTers 

LooomotiTen, 4 driTeri ..-. -*' 

Tc*l»l,.,,.. 

Flnst^Ufifi paoieaBrer cars. . . i» . . . 
BAf^^age, mail aod (sxprtiss cM^ 

Total 

ri03t f rsJg:ht cars . - 

Stcck freight car§, 

C5o*J f reigbr cara . . . . : , , . . , 

Flat tnlRhl cmn 

C^booAe, 4-wheel con 

Berrice can.... 

ToUi..... ,.. 



I 



$9,600 
^,000 






158,000 
111,500 






5 



ft 



I 



ti 



68 
2 


$4,000 

8,000 


40,000 
50,000 


5« 






66 








&S 


m 



2 

150 



280 



IB, 500 
17,500 
17.500 
17,000 
lO.OOO 
ie,500 



12 

12 



Pjk^^ng^r con are equipped with Westinghaam air and Eamea* vacauna braJie and Hllkr 
iKwk aaa radial dniw bar mupler. Freiirht can with hand hnLk^ link »iid pin eotipkr, i. ' 

hor^nz fsfety ttw itches or^? used at all pointo but seTen, of whfch five are ordfoaiT point 
■witchea and two ai* Wlavnoa safety switches. No stub Kwitcht^i at anj^poiut, main track- 

^ Operated only. 



J 



New Yobk akd Northbhn. 



441 



Miflcellaneons Statistics. 

Entire line In 
Item. N. Y. State 

Length of steel rails laid durfne year in repairs, miles l-M 

Railroads cross-ng road at graa« 1 

Railroads crosslnj? road over or under grade 2 

Highway croAsings at grade without protection 88 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen 18 

Highway crossing over or under grade 94 

Oyerhead obstructions less than twenty feet above track 8 

Passenger cars are heated by Gould's steam heater, lighted by oillampsand ventilated In roofs 
of cars. 

Am<>rlcan Exprefis Company runs over this road; pays one-third of gross earnings; guaran- 
tees S4,UU0 per annum. 

Parlor cans owned by company on additional fare charged. 

Ck>ntract« with United States government fur transportation of mails on main line at $8,808 68 

e)r annum, from July 1, 18b0, to June 80, 1898, and on the Mahopac branch $169.71 per annum, 
om July 15, 1880, to June 8(>, 1898. 

Description of Frbtght Movbd. 



Item. 



Flour 

Grain 

Heats and provisions 

Millc 

Livestock 

Lumber 

Pig and and bar iron and steel 

Iron or other ores 

Goal and coke 

Petroleum and other oils 

All other manufactures 

A)] other merchandi'« 

All other agricultural products 

All other arl^icles not included above 

Total 



Tonnage. 


Percent 


1,281 


.4 


25,488 


9.8 


8,060 


11 


19,««9 


7.1 


889 


.1 


fi,6H6 


2.1 


8,681 


1.8 


76,831 


27.8 


18,<<54 


4.6 


7,2l6 


2.6 


41.264 


15.0 


40,4tf0 


14.0 


8 281 


8.0 


29 928 


10.9 



275,898 



100 



Number of Aocidbntb. 



• 


Injured. 


KiUed. 


Total. 


Pamengem 


1 
15 

1 


i 

8 


1 


Emoloves i 


16 


o^^^:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.\\:: 


4 






Total 


17 


4 


21 







EmPI/)YE8. 

Average number of persons employed (including offldals) during year. , 



_^ „ . . , , „ . „, 484 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them $286,079 09 



OflQcers of the Company. 

Name, Title, OJflcial Addreu. 

B. S. Hates President 88 Nassau street. N. Y. city. 

H. F. Demock Vice President 82 Nassau street, N. Y. city. 

G. O. Haven. Jr. . .. Secy, and Acting Gen Mgr 82 Nassau street, N. Y. city. 

Jho. Cabrtensen. . G«^n»ral Auditor Urand Central stktlon, N. Y . city. 

E V. W Rossitsr, Treasurer Grand Central station, N. Y . city. 

L. M. Allen Gen. Freight and Pass. Agent . . High Bridge, N. Y. city. 

Thos. Milijer Superintendent and M. of M . . . . High Bridge, N. T. city. 

Sherman Evarts. . Attorney 52 Wall street, N. Y. city. 

56 



U2 



BePOBT of the BaILROAD CoMMISeiONEBS. 



Dlreotort of the Company. 

Name. Rfsidttux. 

C. T. Barnbt 7 Wall street, K. Y. city, 

J. J. Bkldkn Syracuse, N. Y* 

A. M. B1LLINO8 Chicago, 111. 

QsoaoK Ck>ppKLL *i Exchange place. N , Y. dtj> 

C. F. Cox Grand Central Btation. K. Y . c(ty * 

Samuel Barton S8l Madison a v-^^nut^, N . Y . city. 

H. F. Dbmock Pier 11. North river, W. Y. dty. 

R. M. Galloway 40 Wall street, N. Y, city, 

G. G. Haven «8 Nassau street, N . Y . ctty- 

R. 8. UATB8 32 Nassau str^t^t, N. Y . city. 

Wm. Mertbns 50 WaUHtreet N. Y. city. 

W. H. Paulding Peekskill, N. Y . 

Geo. W. Smith 120 Broadway, N. Y. city* 

Title of company, The New York and Northern Railway Company. 

General offices at 82 Nassau street, New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year. June SO. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, November 9. 

For information concerning this report, address J. Carstensen, General Auditor. 



NEW YORK, ONTARIO AND WESTERN, 

(Date of charter, January 21, 1880.) 



For history of organization, etc., tee Report for 1892. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capital Stock. 





COMMON 


PBKFKRaXBi 




Numb«»r 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Tf umber 


Total 
par TAltM. 


Authorized bv law or charter 


630,000 


$63,000,000 00 


2h1,000 


S-2,OQi>.oao 




Issued for property under the reorganiza- 
tion p'an 


581,189 82 


68,113,982 84 


20,000 


£,€00,000 


Canceled by is^ue of first mortgage six 
Der cent bonds in exchansre 


h^.OCW 








Total now outstanding. ........ 1 ..... . 


5<^1,189 82 


$58,118,982 84 


tso 


16,000 





Grand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of stockholders 



je;iM 



FiTNDED Debt. 



Designation of 
Lien. 



Consol first mort. 
Refunding mort . . 

Total 



Date. 



June 1, 1889 
June 1, 1892 



n 

4 



When payable. 



Dec. & June 1 St 
March & Sept. 



Amount 
authorized 



Cash 

Am'JtiDt rt^ilzedon 
outstand- amount 
ing. cmtxtand^ 

Eug- 



$10,000,000 |5,{K)0.0Q0 |S4. ^716,500 00 
20,000,000 ; C. 500,000 4.991 J54 Qfl 

$12,100^ 5g,8&9^236 00 



$30,000,000 



New York, Ontabio and Western. 

Cost of Road and Equipment. 



413 



Road. 



Total cost of the road to June 80, 1899 

Orading, maaonry and ballast 

Brldgee 

Superstructure (Including lies) 

LAnd.......^^... '.*.'........'.*.'.'.'.'...*.'.'.'!.'.'.' .'.'.'.'! 

Passenger and freight stations 

Shops, machinery and tools / 

Fuel and water htations 

Sngineering expenses 

Interest and discount chiu*ged to construction . 

Ooal terminals 

Electric-light plant 

Creameries 

Ice houses 



Total cost of road. 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80, ItOS. 



K tit 8,691 67 
S,'J7tl 40 



Total cost of 

road and 

equipment up 

to June 80, 



163,31^,689 90 



1« 476 874 68 



551,8^^514 48 



EqUIPMKNT. 

Total cost of equipment to June 30, 1893. . 

Locomotives 

Passenger car* 

Freight and other cars 

Barges, floats and tugs 



Total cost of equipment 

Orand total cost of road and equipment. 



$253,782 06 

61,297 90 

606,504 t9 

4,700 00 



$826,374 96 
'$2,3C«^ 48 



I $2,672,470 78 

826;874*96 

$8,898,845 68 



$68,218,360 11 



Dbtailb of Additions or Bettebmgnts During the Tkab. 

One thousand five hundred and ninety tons of 76-lbs. and 1,298 tons of 67-lbs. 

steel rail laid in place of 56-lbs. steel, with braces and fastenings $27,859 27 

Tweuty-one locomotives 250,062 18 

Eleven coaches 60,096 19 

Six mUk cars 6,025 91 

One thou8J.Dd Glondola coal cars 439,645 00 

Ten caboose cars 5,268 42 

One wrecking car 2,5()0 00 

Amount on ace junt of 850 Gondola coal cars, under trust agreement 48,0b5 68 

Amount on account of eight caboose cars 829 98 

Sundry improvements to rollingstock 9,171 59 

Workshops and machinery 16,68148 

Eleven and two hundred and fifteen one-thousandihs miles additional sidings and 

safety switches 86,944 62 

Bridges, trestles and culverts — rebuilding 27,895 98 

Passenger depots, freight housBS and station grounds 60,'4.'61 65 

Grading, slopmg, cuts, ditching, etc 34,189 17 

Water and coal stations. . . .- 8,877 84 

Creameries » 2,68499 

Icehouses 2,402 87 

Sundry improvements and additions to line 8,457 30 

Coal terminals at Cornwall, Oswego and Utica 165,a55 64 

Electric light ing, U eehawken, Cornwall and Mtddletown 8,279 40 

Land purchases and land damages 19 943 30 

Six Futock coal boats — on account 4,700 00 

Discount kad commission on t>onds sold, and premiums on bonds call' d for 

redempUon September 1, 1892 1,018,591 67 

Total $2,808,249 48 



r 



444 Kepoet of the Kailboad CoiOIlSBlONERe. 

Income Aooount for Year Ending June 30, 1893. 

Oroaa earnlni!:* from pperation ,... ., J3, 688*173 M 

Lestt optimtliig expen§ea Cexcluding all taxes) , ]1,GU7,7^ SO 

Nat eamlngfi if otn operatioxi $900, E^ CA 

Income frOTfi oth^r murces^ asfoUowM^ viz*: 
Ixiteroit on bonds owned ,...„. ^ ,.,.,„ . 75,000 00 

GroBB IncDtne from &1I sources ,..,.,.,.., f 1 ^065,450 fii 

Deduct lotis frtim inconie, as follows, viz.: 

Int^rt^nt OD funded debt due and accrued |52^«!yrP 90 

K«ij falH , . 180 ,439 4a 

Te^r^ on property used In operation of road and all other taxes. , . ](>Qv4i^ i^ 

BundiT intere&L and diacounts credited aaS &3 

BtirpLufl for jear ending June 30, 1893 |^@,6^ 51 

General Income Account. 

Burpliw for year tipdiug June 80, 1893 S2fe.|i5« 61 

Surplus up to June 30. ia02 v&t.t«> IS 

T<ital surplus .Tut e ^. 1898 |1,22L7W £» 

Bedutt items charge? d directly to profit and loss account during th e corre Qt yeh^, ^ . IM © 

Total goiplua June SO, ia» ...p.,,.,,,.. tl,m,agQ PI 

Detailxd Statkmbmt of Rentaus. 

tJtlc^ CTinton and Bfnfrhamton Railroad ^ . . , If ^,^ r^n m 

Borne and Upton Kailroad. f »ra,rTO w 

Wbaf teu Vath*y EaiJ whv , ,,...,.,..... B,"60 00 

Ontario, Carb^^adaLe and Scranton Railway. 101 ,5s«9 it 

Total aiDouat of rentals deducted from Income f !B0,4aa 41 

Analysis of Gross Earnings and Operating Ex]>eu4e«. 

Earnings. 



• 


Passenger. 


Freight. 


Total 


Freight, through $287,246 26 

Freight, local 2,478,470 88 




$3310.717 14 






$a,Bi«.m 14 


Pftasenjwra. throueb, $150,960 92 


$726,470 89 
86 034 to 
68,805 44 

14,018 25 


PoHaeajForK. Local 674. 5t0 97 






rs5.4TD m 


Hail ....,..,,....♦.... 




tt5 IiS4 OQ 


El proas 

MiscAlixntouj, cwr foUows, viz. : 

Telwf*ph......... $6,608 18 

IffewB servife 1,561 25 


24,tSa?0 


08,^44 

1, 


SuudrJes... 29.987 07 






38.1l« 4B 


Total iFTrtW rtJimhitMi- .,,,,. t f ... , 


$844,818 68 


S^,843,8S5 S4 


$3,^83,173 M 







Operating Expenses. 



Maintfnance of iraif and structures: 



L 



Repairn of trai k auil roadbed 

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and 

C4ttle guards) * 

Bepalm er PTationi, Hhops, docks, etc 

Repairs of f t-nceft 

Other tij^enaea for jnaOntenance of way and 

nructurea 

TotaL 



$33,612 71 

6 634 11 

2,862 23 

626 28 

10,848 05 



f C5S,156 ^ 

43,4r>0 74 
ISJWTa 
4,053 87 

BB,077 58 



$6»,870 26 $412,784 J 



$291,6(8 50 

400.034 85 
iao,558 OS 
4,580 13 



$465,163 n 



New York, Ontario and Western. 445 

Analysta of Grogs Eamlnfpi and Operatlngr Expenses - (Continued). 



Passenger. 



Freight. 



Total. 



Maxnt€n^ni5e of equipment : 

fepftirn^f iDcnmytlTw 

Bei>B'ni r i.f fars 

RijLiiIra of iiiaehloery and tools 

Ouei- t)f penses Tor tnaintenance of equipment. 

Total 

Catuiuciing tratutpartation: 

Wftf^ of couductot^ aad msn 

^Hf^uf ^nKlnwraand flreoien 

Fu*- ^T loduiotlvvs 

OiJ and waste 

Wi^«r su^tply 

Other tTMui supplier or expenses 

Wi^rnnf st«tinu a^t^tits and clerks, and wages 

for \A.biir at may iuns. 

BtstI' m dupptJes 

* *gm of %Trai ch nien, flagmen and switchmen. 

Termiual ^zpeiif^^ 

OtlM- «ip«a»«'tt foe crjiiductlug transportation 

Total 

Omerai expen'rx ; 

Baiariea of Ki^ne-ral olTlcers and clerk* , 

Gcut^ral office dpt^nwca and supplies 

8iatt4'Ue^ry and prlatlug, and outside agencies 

in 1 advertbld^ 

LeKi^ (?ipt*n8*fi .,...., 

laa a^d dauiai^e of freight and haggage, and 

dariiBfc^ tj P caitle and pn perty 

Ibjuritn lo p«rrt^ -us ... 

Tett^rapfa mainieimnL'e and operation 

J(lki&g^ of cara of other companies (debit 

balnDce I . . 4 * 

Other jf eneral pxpenstss 

Total..... 

Grand total operating expenses 



$71,949 18 

52 050 17 

14,fi81 11 

902 06 



$139,417 88 

178,126 18 

87,580 08 

6,948 74 



$214,866 66 

280,176 80 

52,167 19 

7,850 80 



$139,48i 52 



$362,078 88 



$501,560 86 



$82,490 f4 

77,9rt9 6 • 

97.:j78 80 

7,il84 16 

1,660 72 

4,202 14 


$159,848 78 
151,12-4 07 
285,642 bb 
18,H85 68 
12.02<i 58 
82,370 01 


$242,834 42 

2-<J9,lll 60 

83:^.021 15 

25.669 H 

18,ftH8 80 

86,572 16 


16,130 26 
9,495 00 
6.V72 99 
8,743 04 

55,568 06 


124,254 95 
26,059 87 
48,316 62 
136,212 27 
116,764 91 


140,885 21 
85,ft54 87 
54,588 88 
189,965 31 
172,827 97 


$362,109 20 


$1,060,995 59 


$1,423,104 79 



$^7,077 98 
5,706 04 

2,2:4 72 

4,C93 58 

1,268 90 
15,658 40 
5,024 18 

8,585 41 
7,116 21 



$71,800 87 



$625,771 35 



$52,469 .*» 
11,056 70 

4,407 78 
7,982 18 

9.788 10 
80,341 60 
88,702 36 

57,966 89 
28.550 95 



$236,153 56 



$-^,G72,012 01 



$79,547 6$ 
16,762 74 

6,682 50 
12,085 66 

11,000 00 
46,000 00 
43,726 54 

61,641 80 
80,667 16 



$807,958 98 
"1^697Jfflr86 



I 



General Balance Sheet, June 30, 1893. 

^ ASSXTS. 

OsiAoTrotid $64,819,614 48 

Oost of equipment 8,898,846 68 

Other permanent tnve»tinents^ as follows^ viz.: 

Week of other compatiies $1 ,571 ,600 00 

Bonds of otWr compauies 1 ,501,500 00 

8,078,100 00 

Current ante ts ns fvUotoa^ viz.: 

Owhoq hsrid $127,042 36 

Edit recf ivjihie snd Joans 634,3^6 21 

gue by ii+{eDt* 804,812 56 

ppeq aeeuunts. , , . . 91;!, 201 14 

MaterialB and supplies a28,58l 26 

Suiidrles. , , , 12,250 00 

2,219,888 48 

$78,510,688 64 

LlABILITISS. ' 

OiplUlstoek $58,119,968 84 

rtmd^ddebt 18,100,000 06 

CHirr^nf UabLtitieit, n»followa. viz.: 

inttTf»t on f uodf^ dt-bt due and accrued $1 18,475 00 

Audited TniMjhers and pay rolls 821 ,755 80 

Wa. sccouQtJi. . , 470.210 90 

Umm and UW paj^abJ*. 978,487 84 

JharVjB VaHejr Kail way construction fund 54.913 57 

Btocnct and l^DDsylvania liaiiroad construction fund 147,3.i6 68 

^, 2,091,119 74 

niiflt SDd ioas (lurpliia) 1 , 199,580 96 

$78,610,688 64 



FT' 



446 



Kkport of the Kaileoad Commissioners, 



TrftHle Hfid Bf llf^nj^e Statistics. 



i 



ITJEV. 


Through. 


Local, 


ToUl. 


NuniWr of poi^sGri^rN carried . . * , ^ . . * 


48,304 

18,955. .>98 

28rt,045 

45,957,559 


1,01S,5*1 

26,40i,404 

2.a»r>/*K5 

248,678,974 


1 057 J15 


Number of pasAensft^rs carried one mll^s:. ..... ^^ , . 


40,?'S8,:iO« 


KuiJibtsr of tfms of f n'ie ht carrlifd , ^ ..*«...».. . 


s!a'<'I.*30 


Number ot toaa of freight cd^irltid upe luile, , , , , 


2B4,^,533 



Passenger train uifleaf^e. 
FreT(:ht tmin milenj^ ,. . 
AIL other train mllea):*e. . 

Total train mUeage . 






3,D13,7V6 



I^«. 


Earn logs. 


ExpeCBefl. 


PTflflt. 


PARSf^n^er eiimln^a and f^xpenaes (laoludlog 

niait. t'xprt'BS *imi miMct>l]ain3uua**arnlii5^>, . ,. 

Avt^ra^w p«p |iajiafnjj:*^r carried ,,...* , . 


^44,818 58 

79817 
0-.i01'2 
80705 

^,.M3,856 84 

1 24108 

00b65 

1 5o711 


$Q25,7n a's 

50157 

2,072,012 01 

&i>tf4 

w7oa 

1 oi^mT 


plfl,547 9S 


Avrrajje per pa^s^n^er per tiiili* , n ..*....*. <^ . h 


oG^m 


Avt^rj!i^e |*r p:i!tseii^tr train |jer ralJe ^ 


Ziii3 


Fre1>!ht fjirnkups and t?ipej)g«9 (liicltldili^ 
mliu^eilftiie'vus earn inj^^l . . 


m,s4a S3 


Average per tori of freight per in He 


ti02Sd 


ATrei-airtj per freight train per m(i@ , . . 


4!m€ 



Obtnputed on BarninK* from cftrrhig pas^ogers and 
f riight oQjy. 

ATerag*! rat© received per mile for carpyijig pas- 

■en^rs, flrat-cla'ra^ ,*♦.......*..,*.. 

Average rate rt*eiv!*d per mUe for carrytng pas- 

sengi-rs, 9i*cond-clR-^fl * . , . , * . . * — 

Averaj^o rate reuflned per mile for carrjlng pas- 

nen^-en?, all clcu^rH * ► . . *,... 

ATeraiTt^ rate re<*t-lved per mile per tot) for carr^^^idg 

freight, all classes .... 



Through. 



Cents 
1.258 

1.087 

1.081 

.755 



Local 



Gents. 
2. 175 



2.175 
,994 



Through 
and local. 



CenU. 
S.074 

l.TSff 



Description of Road and Equipment. 





a 


m^m I^eA^KDL 


Total BIilks. 


Track. 


3^ 


1 


1 




Main line laid fr^m Cornwall tn Onwego, ....,.,,«,.,, 
Total -of lirrtJifhiPH ^r ith**r rrtJid^ ftMthorl7i*Ml 


S71.75 
47.0* 


"iV:e 


164^54 


»71 ,75 

loo.ei 


2n.7s 

i5«.6a 




Main line JaTd. Rlogle track „ . 


sr71.75 
47.02 

31P.77 


'm^79 
58.79 


1D4!54 


271 .?» 
100.81 


271.71} 


BrAiinh#!ii {VF nthnr mR^H Laid, nfii^tp trn^lE ....... 


15Ltl6 






Total singifl track .....*..». 


lot. 54 


572.56 


423 31 






Second track branches or other roadi* 




2.ro 




2.00 


Sidings and turnouts nn [tmin line .....,.»....*........ 


MOO 


"a") [48 


'4S\^ 


M.OO 


94.00 


Bldhigfl and turnouts on branches or other roadw , , ... 


4A.ai 


Total sjdlijgfl and turnouts .-.,,. 


S7.8S 


:».4S 


42.48 


mM 


140.91 








148,97 


4S0.Qi 


505.09 






t^d with fiteel ra'l. main line 


271.75 


saiiQ 


ld4!54 


£71,75 
100. SI 


871 .T& 


l^d wlih »tt'el rail, branches or oth-r roads 


lAl.dft 







New Yobk, Ontario and Westebn. 



447 



▲Terage life of rails— ateel. 18 years- average life of ties, 8 years; weight of rail per yard — 
Bteel, maximum, 76 lbs.; minimum, 56 lbs. ; gauge of traclc, 4 feet 8^ Incbes; ballasted with 
crayel. 

Details of Branchbs or Other Roads. 



Kamb of Branch or Road. 


From 


To 




1 
1 


sl 


1 


k 


EUenvllle 


Summittville.. 

Walton 

New Berlin Jet 
New Berlin.... 
RandallsvlUe.. 

Clinton 

Hancock Jet... 


ElienvlUe 

Delhi 


7.80 
16.84 
22.38 

8.80 
81.30 
13.78 

2.91 


7.80 
16.84 
22.88 

6.80 
31.30 
12.78 
58.66 


Owned. 
Owned. 
Ownc^ . 
:^ased. 
leased. 
Leased. 
Leased. 


'Y.oo 


7.80 


Delhi 


16.84 


New Berlin 


New Berlin.... 

Edmeston 

Utica 


22.S8 


Wbarton Valley Railway . . . 
Utica, Clinton & Blnghamt'n 
Rome and Clinton Rry 


6.80 
31.30 


Rome 


12.78 


Ont., Carbond.& Scrant'n Ry 


Scranton, Pa. . 


53.66 





IN NKW tore state. 


ENTIRE LINE. 


Bridobs. 


Number. 


^fe'S^ffi*' 


Number. 


AfTRregate 
length. 


Iron bridges 


8» 
48 
108 


Feet. 
18,141 
8,440 
20,174 


126 
50 
118 


Feet. 
16,808 


Wooden bridsres 


3,620 


Wooden trestles 


22,82« 






Total 


215 


86,758 


289 


42,245 







Equipment. 



Locomotives, 8 drivers 

Locomotives, 6 drivers 

Looomotives, 4 drivers 

Locomotives, shifters 

Total 

First-class passenger cars 

Second-class passenger cars — 
Baggage, maQ and express cars 

Total 

Box freight cars 

Stock freight cars 

Coal frelerht cars 

Flat freight cars 

MUkcars 

Caboose, 4-wheel cars 

Caboose, 8-wheel cars 

Dump 4-wheel cars 

Derrick tool cars 

Tool cars 

Snow-plow 

Total 



134 



a 



184 



1 



"^2 

I" 

So 



170,000 
126,C00 
109, 30- ' 
84,600 



l: 



ft 

I? 



127 



664 




6P4 


J645 


22,900 




64 




64 


690 


20,450 




8,287 


850 


4,137 


518 


18,525 




646 




646 


485 


16,fr20 




89 





y9 


1,290 


81,000 


39 


40 




40 


597 


14,80') 




12 




12 


1,466 


81,100 




20 




20 


268 


9,000 




4 




4 


1.854 


84,600 




8 




3 


2.000 


87,700 




5 




6 


1,720 


51 000 




4,784 


850 


5,684 






39 



ft. 



60 
38 
25 

liT 




60 
38 
25 


$6,000 
8,500 
2,500 


51,200 
44,200 
88,600 


60 
88 
25 


60 
88 
25 




123 






123 


128 



176 

5 

8,474 

113 

39 

81 

9 



3,847 



Passenger cars equipped with Westinghouse quiclc-actton brake and M. C. B. standard verti- 
cal plane couplers. Freight cars with hand brakes and M. C. B. standard drawbars and 
automatic couplers. 

Point switch exclusively used. 



448 Kepobt of the Railroad Commissionbbs. 

Miscellaneong Statistics. 



Item. 


In N.Y. State. 


Entire line. 


Tf lefcrnph o wdihI and operated by company, miles 


1,296 
25.6 
9 
7 
846 
28 
&6 
80 


1,400.1 
25.0 


Lrni^i U ijF vti^j t$,\\i Laiil durio^ year in repairs, miles 


IlaiLroAi:L$ crossing road at y^rade 


11 


Ka,llr<incl ji crn ^ijttld^ rn^d at j^ade, over or under ^ade 


23 


HiKli Why tirottajpjcs at ^rniLi) without protection 


879 


HtK^iMfny cfoKfiinsrs at ijjrmdt^ protected by gates or flagmen 

Hiffliwav crrjflhHinifti over ar undergrade 


48 

70 


OverliiW ah irii<!tio&s le*i i ban twenty feet above traclt 


41 



Pa»«?DKPr cars &(¥> heafcHi by steam, McEIroy system, lighted by lamps and Frost dry car- 
buretter «y«te-m and ventilated by tilting saah in upper deck, registers in upper deck and venti- 
lator jd m hoi.Kifi 

iVdamifi Exprei^a Compauj runs over line. Express companv's rates shall not be less than first 
clnNMratfiiiisipt'r rail ivay company '8 freight tariff. The railway company receives forty p«p 
etnt of I he e^EprrH cf>itipiLT]>^8 receipts, guaranteed not to be less tlian ^7\ 000 per annum. 

i^uliirian P. U Co i^W pi nil? and parlor cars only. The railway company pays three cents per 
Tni\^ r<jr um nf cars; J^uilEiiELn company receives all Pullman oar fares which amount to six 
mil Jb per mile for Iod)? diitance.'>; one cent to threequarter cent per mile for short distances. 

Id «r me castes ih 3 niU way company maintains cars in lieu of paying mileage to Pullman 
i^muany 

PalHi to FulTBian'a Pulftc** Car Companv, $3 096. 

Fast frrigiit <tnes ' Uutarfo Despatch. ^' This lice has no separate organization Fach raU- 
fray uompnuy 111 interest furnishu* ita quota of cars on mileage basis. Rates of mileage of 
car^ f^nd iim'ptedAErct- of saiae, are same as on other cars interchanged; no preference in speed 
or (>rdf»r of t^(!ns^^o^talill^d. 

No ^PfjclaJ couieuta. Railway company paid by standing rates based upon weight of mails 
cftrrf*?d. 

Description of Freight Moved. 



Item. 



Flour ...*-***,.. 

Ot al n 

IHeatH nrri provtalons 

hhv Htwk - , , 

Luml:er ,.,. h ..... ^ 

PIk a£]il bar Irod and steel 

Iron or other ores 

Coal or cokfj ......►......,* 

PetmlMuia or rfiher (Ul» 

Sbii metiu of ntaDufactur^?d goods received by railroad companies 

i; within thin State f/^r manufactories within this State 

All other majnif act urea. 

All other rnnt'hadd lB<* 

All o her Aji^rkMiltunil pmd ucts 

All other articlt^^ dot incluiud above , 

Total , 



Tonnage. 



27.8ri 
61,195 
18,920 
7,511 
69,6.54 
25,579 
48,925 
1,562 958 
91,b64 

104.849 
29.492 
78.489 
75,994 
98,749 



2,291,480 



Percent. 



1.21S 

2.f71 

.607 

.828 

8.040 

1.116 

1.917 

6S.»09 

4.0C9 

4.694 
1.287 
8.428 
8.816 
4.810 



100 



Number of Aocidentb. 



Paroengers 
Employes . 
Othera. . , . 

TotaJ*. 



Injured. 



81 



KiUed. 



31 



Total. 



8 

86 
84 



63 



Employes. 

Averagft dumber of piTHoni^ employed (including officials) during year 2,870 

Aggregate amount of eialaries and wages paid ihem $1,688,687.18 



New Yobk, Ontario and Westebn. 




Name, 

Thomas P. Fowleb . 

John B.Kerr 

Joseph Priok 



Richard D. Biokard 

Jambs E. Childs 

James C. Akdbhbon 

J. P. Bradfield 

Gborqe W. West 

E. ^Janfirld 

Charles A. Draper 

Johm Flemmino 

EnQUSH A.8SOOIATION OF AMERICAN 

Bond and Shareholders 

M SROANTILE TRUST Ck> 



Officers of the Company. 

Title. Official Addnm. 

. . President 66 Beaver st, New York clty^. 

.. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Couniel.. 66 Beaver St., New Vork city. 

. . Vice-President 6 and 6 Great Wiachi^^Usr at, 

Lrtindon, E^Dg. 

. . Secretary and Treasurer 66 Beaver sL, New York dty . 

. . General Manager 66 Bearer St., New York gity . 

.. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agt . . 66 Beaver at.. New York city* 

.. General Superit^tendent Middletown, N. Y. 

.. Stjpt. of Motive Power Middletown, N. Y. 

.. Chief Engineer Middletown, N. Y 

Pui chasing ogt. andPay'ter.. 66 Beaver St., New York city. 
Transfer agent 66 Beaver St., New Y'ork city. 

Transfer agent 6 and 6 Great Wlnchewlrr h.t, 

London. Eng. 

Registrars of Stock, 12t Broadway, N , Y, citr, 6 

Louibard St., London, Eng. 



Directors of the Company. 

Name. Office or Residence. 

Thomas P. Flower 89 East 68U» street. New Y"ork city. 

Joseph Price 6 and 6 Great Winchester st, LoLdoHj 

fcjig. 

Francis B. Culbert Newburgh, N. Y. 

Gerald L. Hoyt 28 Exchange place, • ew Y'ork city. 

Richard Irvin Id William street. New York aty. 

John B. Kerr 1ft West 11th st , New York city. 

William H. PACLOiNa 2 East 4«d street, New York city* 

Harybt Picarson 74 Portsdown road, Londati. Llt5(f* 

Albert 8. Roe 321 Produce Exchange, N. Y city. 

Charles J. Russell 6 Austin Friars, E. C. Loqcud, Eng, 

Eben K Sibley 160 Broadway, New York city 

Edward B. Stcrges Scranton, tenn. 

Charles S. Wbelen 809 Walnut st, Philadelphia, P^nn. 



\ 



Title of company, Sew York, Ontario and Western Railway Company. 

General ofBces at 66 Beaver str« et. New York city. 

Date of close of fiscal year, June 80. 

Date of stockholders' annual meeting, lost Wednesday In September. 

For information concerning this report address Richard D. Rickard, Secretary and Treaaurflr, 



NEW YOBK, PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO. 

(Lessee.) 



For all details of operation, etc., not herein embraced, see report of New York, Lake Erie 
and Western, ante. 

Traffic and Mileage Statistics 



Item. 



Number of passengers carried 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of tons of freight csrr ied 

Number of tons of freight carried one mile. 



Through. 



824.871 

86,84*^,467 

6,996,648 

8<6, 174,260 



Passenger train mileage . 
Freight train mileage. . . . < 
All other train mileage . . 

Total train mileage .. 



Local. 



1,440,848 
47,761,206 

2,142.866 
98,467,671 



Total. 



U?|ft.7l9 

w.'ay.6H 

99i.l^lK8ai 



1. 77^.700 



8H64B,«e 



57 



452 



Rkpobt of thb Bailboad Commissionebs. 



igier cars; Westioghouae a!r and hand brakes on treHf^ 



Wegtinsrhouse airbrakes on t ^ » « -— 

Ottra: Jannej car couplers and buffers on passenger cars; M. C. B. type oouiders on freight cars. 
Bpilt switches on afi main tracks. 



Miscellaneous Statistics. 



Item. 



Teletraph owned and operated by compluiy, miles 

Total awflesfied value of real estate and personal property of 



c*'mpany , 

Length of steel rails laid during year in repairs 



RallroadH crossing at grade 

Railroads crossini; at grade, over r r under grade 

Highway cn»s8lng8 at grade without protsction 

Highway crossings at grade protected by gates or flagmen. 

Highway crossings ov«r or under grade 

Overhead obsuuctions less than twenty feet above track. . . 



In N.Y. State. 



61 

1680,864 00 

856 

8 




BnttreUneu 



6» 

$7,085,817 00 

49.08 

47 

18 

661 

08 

ei 

64 



Passenger cars are heated bv steam taken from locomotive boiler, lighted by oH lamps and 
pintich gas, at d ventilated witn sash in tht) clear story and movable sash in end doors. 
See report of New York, i.ake Erie and Western Railroad Company. 



Dbsobiption of Frkiobt Moved. 



Item. 


Tonnage. 


Fttrcent. 


Flour. 


216,743' 
41«,S7I 
800,587 
0;2,784 
418,860 
844,880 
1,074,868 

8,o»^^^o 

8U8,486 

11,484 
6(4,850 
888,875 
108,104 
663,156 


8.07 


Oral n 


5.07 


Meats and provisions , , 


8.47 


Live stock 


6.7S 


Lumier 


6.14 


Pig and bar iron and steel 


10.88 


Iron or oth«*r ores 


I'v.aO 


Coal and coke 


86.08 


Petroleum and other oils 


8.60 


Bhipm*-nts of manufactured goods received by railroad companies 
within this State from manufactories within this State 


6.14 


All other manufactures 


8.10 


All other merchandise 


8.65 


All other agricultural products 


8.48 


All other articles not included above 


6.88 






Total 


8,189,514 


100 







Number of Accidents. 





Injured. 


KiUed. 


TotaL 


Passengers 


13 
640 
62 


1 

18 
84 


14 


Employes ... ^ . 


668 


OthVrs'. 


96 






Total 


615 


6S 


668 







Employes. 

Average nupiber of persons employed (Including officials) during year J?«^^ 

Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid them 98,811,015 08 



For information concerning this report, address A. R. Maodonough, Secretary, P. O. Box 880, 
New York city. 



New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. 



453 



NEW YOBK, PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO. 

LB880B— Nkw York, Lakb Erie and Wkstkrn. 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of 1802. 

Capital Stock and Fanded Debt. 

Capital Sttkjk. 



* 


OOtrHOif. 


g. ^ — —' ■■ 1 1 

FSKTRRRKD. 




Ko. of 


Tot^ 
par Tutai?. 


Ko of 
ehar^« 


ToUl 
jiar value. 


AutUi >rl3M?d by Ijiw or cb&rter , h, ,».... . 


700,(X)0 


fas QOQ.QtN) 
S4,999,3fi0 




•10,000,000 
19.000,000 


ItfHLied f&r part pafm^nt of property pur- 
ctLBsed and aow uut^tandii^ »«. + «....«.... <. ^ 





Orand total of common and preferred stock now outstanding. 
Number of atockliolders « 



$44,909,860 
18 



FUKDED DkBT. 



Designation of Lien. 



Prior lien bonds 

First mortgage bonds . . . 
Second mortgage bonds. 
Third mortgage bonds . . 



Total. 



Date. 



May 5, 1880 
May 6, 1880 
May 7, 1880 
May 7, 1880 



interest. 



When payable. 



Mar.l&ffeptl 
Jan 1 & July 1 
May 1 & Nov. 1 
May 1 & Nov. 1 



Amoimt 
author- 
ized. 



$8,000,000 
44,842,000 
14,ft< 0.000 
80,000,000 

$96,843,000 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing. 



$8,000,000 
44,843,000 
14,600,000 
80,000,000 

$96,842,000 



Cost of Road and Equipment. 



Road. 



Grading, masonry and ballast . . 

Bridges 

BaUs 

LADd and land damages 

FeDces 

Passenger and freight stations. . 

Engine and car-houses 

Shops, machinery and tools 

Fu*4 and water statior>s 

Engineering expenses 

Road built oy contract. 

Purchase of constructed road. . 

Telegraph line 

Or" dock improvements 

Interlocking apparatus 

Other items 



Total cost of road. . 



Additions or 
betterments 
during year 
ending June 
80,1898. 



$64,809 02 



895 99 

820 66 

22,4f8 18 

1,401 81 



2,105 97 
1,109 72 



2,438,829 67 



8,266 14 
16,854 25 
2,43:2 42 



$2,654,043 23 



Total cost 

of road and 

equipment up 

to June 80, 

1898. 



$665,936 28 
16,0K2 51 
68,750 24 
181,144 97 
7.941 96 
202.955 08 
4,641 26 
20.128 08 
29,848 11 
14,091 66 
88,708 59 
168,437,581 0» 
12,706 88 
50,187 29 
65.489 76 
49,627 98 



$164,765,744 12 



BqUIPMENT. 

Locomotives 

Mall, baggage and express cars 

Freight and other cars. 



Total cost of equipment 

Orand total cost of road and equipment. 



$2,564,048 23 



$5 217 79 

1,468 62 

8,644 85 



$15,815 88 



$164,781,060 78 



4M Bepoet of thb Railroad OoMMieBiONEHJi. 

iDvame Account for Year Ending June 30, IB 93. 

Corona earning ttoui rental „.,.„.„ , , „ S2,eS6,4(B ]1 

LeBB opc^rating ciuunsea ^exdudiog all taxes) 67,019 9 

N«team^gs trom operation (StS99,8Si SS 

Income ffom other (cmrces, ou followM, viz. : 

Bhamn Hallway stock ^a,?;40 CO 

Imertfft uu t^ijieagn and Krif Railroad bonds 1,^50 00 

Rent 0t tMiiiijiin<-nt on ure duuks, Cleveland 32^306 13 

lnt^rif8t on New York, PifuiisyivaDia and Ohio Railroad Company 

if Equip m eat Tmst, lt90., ,...,., 10,C00 CNl 

Tajc-'H refunded , . ft^Cai 58 

C!Qupon« on earpJus flrst mortgage bonds , . , 6 ,^96 01 

^^ 4S,*2T71 

Gross Income from all nources ...,...,, SS,??7^ejJ 09 

Deduct iont from incoftm, a» folloma^ viz. : 

Interest on f imded debt due. and accrued $1 450,478 B7 

RrntaLs. „. flW,Tft3 ]fl 

Hire of cars under car trust ,,...,,„, K ,^00 00 

Hire of !or imotive", ,,...*. IS J7B flfl 

Hire of refrliierAlor cars ^,411 B$ 

LoudoF] lC«|mprnffDt Trust* ^,5;il !^ 

Nttw Vork, i'^ennajlvauia and Ohio Railroad Company Equipment 

Trii^L iSSri 103,416 4* 

Goiieriil erp^DWH 7,4^10 24 

Ititerf Bt aud e^chanf^e. ,.►... .......> T33 4J| 

LondoQ \K*3nc;y cxpensea ♦ * , 36,797 71 

Sfttltrment nt bu*iti« s prior to May 1, 1883 tkf.3 S» 

Sp«?cial fund for addJrkiDB M.437 73 

6pe4;tft| fund fur ftpeciat addition ]S,W«I 77 

Special ruddtu pay for Shurim Railway stock ijCi^ fi2 

bpedal f u ud to meui pay ments on account of capital .,...,.. 13 , 557 3fl 

■ 3,183,1W«» 

Surplus for year end tog June 80, 1893 194,690 m 



General Income Account. 

Surplus for the yifir ending Jane 80, 1893 ....,...,. 9»i ,060 80 

Surplus up to JuQt* 30, IKWaJ |331 .OTB ^1 

BetiirntKl to lni;oaie f rom up^cial fund 500 33 S31,^ DS 

Total BurplusJune 30, 16B3 S«36,4*S » 

Detailed Statehent of Rentals. 

Cleveland & MaUotila^ Valley Railway line $514,180 m 

Sharon Kniiwaj- ,.,..,. 30.42*00 

Wetilernjtin Ra Iroad 4,0aK» 

New {^arttk* & Sh en ango Valley Railroad ,,*,» ]0,W1 47 

E*?i]t or waiter rights 1 MT 50 

EentB of d^>cki, lot^ etc 38,168 18 

~^ Total amount of rentals deducted from income ,,.,,..»,..*..»*,. ^ ,. . (594,783 lA 



General Balance Sheet, June ao, 1S93. 

Assets. 

Cost of road.... .,.,,.. |1M,7TO,744 ]» 

O04t of equipment. ^ ,,...,,,...,..,.... . 15,^15 CA 

Otker pertnan,entinvf:stmtnts,(i8followaf viz . : 
Stouki of other compinks .,, S9,000 00 

Current asitets^ atfolhmt, viz.: 

CftHhonhatid. $160,JDft 99 

BiUsn?ceival>lo , 1,3^)0 oo 

Opeu accounts «,......<..... lja;2,877 37 

1,830,163 18 

$166,150,842 97 



New York, Penmstlvania and Ohio. 



455 



LlABIUTIVB. 

Capital Stock f44,9W,850'00 

Funded debt ««,84«,0«>0 00 

Deferred warrants 21,686,968 86 

Current liabilitieM^ a$ foUow. viz. : 

Interest on funded debt, due and accrued $758,190 74 

Audited Touchers and pay-rolls 7,880 64 

Open accounts 86,600 17 

868,610 66 

iSpedal fund for additions 1,115,816 87 

Special fund for special additions 87,884 18 

Special fund to pay for Sharon Railway stock 45,84« 80 

Special fund for contingent liabiUtles 167,774 66 

Special fund to meet payments on account of capital 67,685 84 

Profit and loss (.surplus) 486,486 bO 

$166,160,848 07 



Name. 



Ollloers of the Company. 

Title. 



Official Address, 



Ch^&lss E. Whitbhbad President 71 Wall stre^jt, New York city. 



John Tod Vice-President. . 

Rl^ppER, Secretary 

K R. Pbbkins Treasurer 

J. T. Wann Auditor 

L. A. Russell General Counsel. 



Clr^veland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Clevelemd, Ohio. 
Cievehind, Ohio. 
ClcTeland, Ohio. 



Directors of the Company. 

Namfi. Residence* 

Charles E. WHrncHBAD New York dty. 

John Tod Cleveland, Ohio. 

E. li. Perkins CJeveiand. Ohio. 

Samuel Mather Cleveland, Ohio. 

W. J. McKiNNET Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fayette Brown Cleveland, Ohio. 

J. T. Wann Cleveland. Ohio. 

J. M. Ferris Toledo, Ohio. 

H. B. Perkins Warren, Ohio. 

E J. Barney Dayton, Ohio. 

Lewis Miller \ Akron, Ohio. 

E. A. Wheeler Sharon, Pa. 

Simon Perkins Sharon, Pa. 

Title of company, New York, Penn^lvanla and Ohio Railroad Company. 

General offices at Clt^veland, Ohio 

Dat») of close of fiscal year, September 80. 

Date of stockholders annual meeting, first Wednesday of December. 

For information concerning this report, address J. T. Wann, Auditor. 



NEW YOBK AND BOCKAWAY BEACH. 

(Date of charter August 10, 1887.) 



For history of organization, etc., see Report of IBS/H. 

Capital Stock and Funded Debt. 

Capftal Stock. 





OOMMON. 




Number 
of shares. 


Total 
par value. 


Authorixed by law or charter, issued for reorganization and now 


10,000 


$1,000,000 





Number of stockholders. 



W 



f 



456 



Eepoet of the Kailkoad Commissioners. 



FuNDBD Debt. 





Date. 


>» 


tTfTEHEar. 


Amount 
author- 
ize 


Atnotuit 

outHtand^ 

tog. 


I>Bnoirj.TioN OF LtEir. 




When 
payable. 


Plrat mort^Fage bond^ 

Bccond ^rjre. income bds, . 

TtJtal *,,,„.. 


ftept. 1,1887 
8bpt, 1,1887 


40 
40 


5 


March & Sept 
January 1 


fl,000,000 
J,000,O(W 


tK^.ooa 

] 000,000 













CuHt of Road and ISqulpnient. 

Total i^oBt of road and eq;uipment up to June 30, 1893 $3,CfiS,404 oe 

Total ctist of ijquipment* ,.,.. 66W JH SS 

Qrand total cost of road and equipment ,».,..,,« p, 7^77,573 80 



InGome Account for Tear £ndins June 30, 1803. 



Braes eamioija from np<?ratlori 

Letts operatitif^ ejEpett^eii (uschHling all taxes). 

Net t-omings from operatJoa 

Iiicome fTom^ offt*r wwirtw*, as follows^ viz.: 
HenUls 

QroflB inoome f r^m all eoun es 

DeducHons Jrt?m inctjwie. om follows^ viz.: 

IntoreBt