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STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS 



IX THE 



UNITED STATES 




>Itt»I ■ Mill [■SIIKTHV I-NlTHI-fTATES 
TATK CUMMKlti-K COMMISSUIN 









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



ON THE 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS 



IN THE 



UISTITED STATES 



FOR THE 



YKAIl ENDIISTGh JUNE 30. 1906 



rREPAUED BY THE 



DIVISION OF STATISyiC^' Ai!7l?r»€<iPUNTS 








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WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMKNT PRINTING OFFICE 

1907 



fra asportation 
Library 

HE 

Lnot 



THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Hon. MARTIN A. KNAPP, of New York, Chairman. 

Hon. JUDSON C. CLEMENTS, of Georgia. 

Hon. CHARLES A. PROUTY, of Vermont. 

Hon. FRANCIS M. COCKRELL, of Missouri. 

Hon. FRANKLIN K. LANE, of California. 

Hon. EDGAR E. CLARK, of Iowa. 

Hon. JAMES S. HARLAN, of Illinois. 

EDWARD A. MOSELEY, Secretary. 

5 



CONTENTS. 



I. 



ii. 



>VxT OF Report: Page. 

• Inlroductx^ry .• 9 

Discussion of System of Railway Accounting 9 

Receiverships 14 

Mileage l4 

Cl:i.«sir:eation <u Railways 19 

Equip-uent 24 

Men Eniployed on Railways 41 

rapitnlization of Railway Property 59 

Pul)!io Service of Railways 73 

Earnings and Expenses 80 

Surnniarv of Results 102 

General Balance Sheet 104 

Taxes 105 

Railway Accidents 108 

Conclusion 140 

STATISTICAL TABLES. 

Classification of Railways and Mileage for the Year ending June 30, 1906. . 143 
Supplement A. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in 

more than one group] 290 

Supplement B. — Corporate Changes for the Year ending June 30, 190G.. 292 

Amount of Railway Capital at the Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906. 299 
Supplement. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in more 

than one group] 368 

Earnings and Income for the Year ending June 30, 1906: 

A. — Earnings from Operation 373 

ouppleniont. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in 

more than one gi'oup] 428 

B. — Income from Property Owned but not Operated 433 

Supplement. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in 

more than one group] 472 

General Expondiiures for the Year ending Jime 30, 1906: 

A . — Operating Expolises 475 

Supplement. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in 

more than one group] 504 

B. — Fixed Charges and Summaiy of Expenditures 507 

Supplement. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in 

more than one group] 578 

Cliari^cs against Income on account of Railway Capital during the Year 

ending June ?.0, 1906 583 

Supplement. — [Showing totalized figures for certain roads lying in more 

than one group] 622 

VI General Balance Sheet for the Year ending June 30, 190G. — [Showing 

increase or decTease as compared with June oO, 1 905] 625 

INDEXES. 

Index to Railwavs 725 

General Index 757 

7 



III.^ 



1V.1 



V. 



STATISTICS 

OF 



RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Interstate Commerce Commission, 

Division of Statistics and Accounts, 

Washin{/ionj D. C.j August 15, 1907. 
To tlie Honorable Members of the Interstate Commerce Commission: 

Sirs: I have the honor to submit this, the Nineteenth Annual 
Report on the Statistics of Railwaj-s in the United States, being the 
report for the year ending June 30, 1906. 

At the conckision of the previous report attention was called to 
the fact that the twentieth section of the act to regulate commerce, 
as amended June 29, 190G, imposed upon this Office the duty of form- 
ulating a uniform system of railway accounts, the design of such a 
system being to bring the bookkeeping of the corporations into such 
shape that every act performed by a corporation official may liave 
its proper record, and that these records may be so kept as to 
enable the Commission easily to localize responsibility. Before con- 
sidering the statistical data submitted in the present report it may be 
proper to state what has been accomplished during the past j^ear 
toward the realization of those purposes, so plainly expressed in the 
recent enactment of Congress relative to railway control. 

Railway accounts are of two general classes: Operating Accounts 
and Capital Accounts. Attention during the past year has been given 
almost exclusively to the first of these classes, with the result that, 
under date of June 3, 1907, a system of Operating Accounts was pro- 
mulgated and made obligatory upon all the carriers by rail (exclusive 
of electric railways) subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission. 
This system became effective July 1, 1907. It lies in the programme 
of the ciu-rent year to formulate accounting iiiles covering the Capital 
Accoimts, that phrase being used in its comprehensive sense, which 
will be made effective July 1, 1908. 

Six classifications have thus far been issued covering the Operating 

Accounts, four by formal order and two by circulars of instructions. 

These classifications are: 

Classification of Operating Expenses. 

Classification of Operating Revenues. 

9 



10 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Classification of Outside Operations. 
Classification of Additions and Betterments. 
Classification of Expenditures for Road and Equipment. 
Classification of Locomotive-Miles, Car-Miles, and Train-Miles. 
Without going into unnecessary details it may serve a useful pur- 
pose to call attention to the significant points in which the Operating 
Accounts promulgated differ from the general practice of the carriers 
heretofore followed, so far as this practice was reflected in the reports 
of the carriers to the Commission. There are eight changes, more or 
less radical in character, which are worthy of mention. 

Fii*st. Provision has been made in the Classification of Operating 
Expenses for one new General Account. This was done by dividing 
the old account, '^ Conducting Transportation, '^ into two general 
accounts, called '^Ti-affic Expenses'' and ''Transportation Expenses.'' 
The purpose of this was to separate the expenses of soliciting traffic 
from the expenses incident to hauling the traffic. The General 
Accounts of the new classification are: 

I. Maintenance of Way and Structures. 
II. Maintenance of Equipment. 

III. Traffic Expenses. 

IV. Transportation Expenses. 
V. General Expenses. 

Second. The new Classification of Operating Expenses aims to 
separate Transportation Expenses into yard and road expenses. It 
is expected by this means to throw some additional light on the 
question of transportation costs. 

Third. The primary operating expense accounts — that is to say, 
the subdi^nsions of the General Accounts above referred to — have been 
extended from 53 under the old classification to 123 imder the new. 
It thus appears that 70 new accounts have been raised. This fur- 
ther subdivision of operating expense accounts will permit a more 
careful analysis of the cost of transportation than was heretofore 
possible. 

Fourth. A new set of accoimts has been raised for Outside 
Operations, the net revenues of which are to be carried to the Income 
Account, and not to the Revenue Account. The purpose of this new 
set of accounts is to confine transportation revenues and expenses to 
revenues wliich accrue from, and expenses which are incurred for, the 
transportation of passengers and freight and such other services as are 
directly incident thereto. This must approve itself to one who is 
familiar with the great variety and number of business activities in 
which common carriers are engaged. It is essential to an intelligent 
statement that the transportation features should be separated from 
the commercial features of a carrier's undertakings. Not only is this 
desirable from the statistical point of view, but it will prove of marked 



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STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 11 

assistance in clicckiiig up the arbitraries and allowances which, from 
the nature of the business under consideration, are so prominent a 
feature in the transportation agreements and operating contracts. 

Fifth. Provision has been made for an authoritative Classification 
of Additions and Betterments. The promulgation of an order cover- 
ing this class of expenditures is imperative as a means of guarding 
against the overstatement of operating expenses by carriers during 
exceptionally prosperous years. This does not mean that stock- 
holders are denied the liberty of improving their property out of 
current revenues. That is a matter of policy and not of accounting. 
It does mean, however, that in case stockliolders approve the policy of 
improving property out of current revenues, the expenditures on 
account of such i»nprovements should be charged in the Income 
Account, and not included in an account the chief purpose of which 
is to measure cost. 

Sixth. The most important principle embodied in the new system 
of accounting is found in the fact that carriers are required to set up 
formal depreciation accounts in operating expenses for all classes of 
equipment. On their formal side these depreciation charges are 
designed as a means of arriving at a correct statement of net revenue, 
but perhaps their most important result will be to protect invest- 
ments and to prevent the management from paying dividends by 
depleting the property. The rate of depreciation to be set up for the 
various classes of property is left to reporting carriers, but an investi- 
gation h.as been set on foot relative to the life history of property 
affected, the purpose of which is to construct a set of experience 
tables for the use of this office in cliecking the depreciation charges 
reported by the carriers. 

Seventh. Another significant feature of the new system of account- 
ing is found in the several joint-facilities accounts in the Classification 
of Operating Expenses. Wliile it would be out of place in this con- 
nection to explain these accounts in detail, their necessity will be 
apparent from a moment's consideration of the complex conditions 
under which the railways of the United States are operated. Per- 
haps no railway in this country provides all the facilities, and no 
more than the facilities, of which it makes use in the operation of its 
line. The problem of those who manage railway property is to trans- 
port passengers and freight expeditiously and cheaply, and when 
this can be accomplished through a joint use of property, or a joint 
use of employees, it has been done. It is this fact wliich makes the 
work of the accountant peculiarly difficult, for it is his task to reduce 
to figures the result of this complicated system of administration and 
operation, and to do this in such a manner thait liis accounts not only 
report accurately the operations of liis o^vnri company, but also report 
these operations in such a manner that, when combined with the reports 



12 REPORT OF THE INTEJiSTATS COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

of other carriers, the totals arrived at correctly represent the opera- 
tions of the railways of the country as a whole. The accountant is 
more than a bookkeeper, the test of whose success is the accuracy of 
his final balances; he is a bookkeeper who works out a balance in such 
a way that the individual entries lavij be used for statistical compila- 
tion. The joint-faciUties accounts are regarded as a feasible means 
of classifying and reducing to a single statement the large range of 
debit and credit entries resulting from the joint use of transportation 
facilities by two or more carriers. They are the means of arriving at 
three different results from a single set of accounts. 

(a) They enable a correct statement of the cost of maintaining and 
operating property owned. 

(&) They enable a correct statement of operating expenses prop- 
erly chargeable to operating revenues. 

(c) They enable this ofRcc to eliminate duplications when the 
reports of all the carriers are consolidated into a single report. 

Eighth. The Classification of Revenue Accoimts is in large measure 
determined by the classification of expenses accounts, the principle 
followed being that transportation revenue should be confined to the 
revenue flowing from those services supported by the expenses 
charged to operating expenses. The fundamental purpose of tliis 
classification, however, is to measure the amount accruing from the 
various sources of revenue and to provide for its assignment to the 
mile, train, or car basis, or, indeed, any basis which is pertinent in 
the explanation of railway operations. 

Quite a number of other points might be mentioned as indicating 
the character of the operating accoimts thus far prescribed, but suf- 
ficient has been said to suggest the principles which underlie them. 
The expectation that the system of. operating accounts which went 
into force on July 1, 1907, will prove to be of permanent value to the 
Commission, as well as of practical advantage to the carriers, rests, 
among other things, upon the fact that the classifications promulgated 
were drawn imder the advice and with the cooperation of a large 
number of the best-trained men in the railway service. The effi- 
ciency of the railway system of the United States is in large measure 
due to the existence of associations of railway officials in the various 
branches of railway service, which meet for the discussion of tech- 
nical questions and for arriving at uniform rules of administration. 
This office has availed itself, as far as possible, of the technical knowl- 
edge and practical experience of the members of these associations. 

Three of these associations have raised standing committees, 
instructed to cooperate with the representative of the Commission in 
working out a unifonn system of statistics and accounts. These 
associations are the Association of American Railway Accounting 
Officers, the American Railway Association, and the Freight Claim 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 13 

Association. It is proper that public iiiention should be made of 
the assistance rendered by these Associations in the accomplishment 
of the task imposed by Congress by the twentieth section of the Act 
to Regulate Commerce, but it is of much more importance to recog- 
nize that by means of the relations thus established between the 
Interstate Commerce Commission and the various organizations of 
railway employees the Commission is placed in a position to exer- 
cise a directing influence upon the conditions under which the rail- 
ways render the service of public carriers. The development of a 
system of uniform accounts and the organization of a Board of 
Special Examiners is a most important step toward the reaUzation 
of administrative supervision over railway affairs. It is a control 
different in character and different in scope from the control exer- 
cised b}^ the Commission in hearing complaints and rendering 
op'nioni^. 

Following the text ^vill be found six tables, which comprise the 
body of the report. The titles of these tables are as follows: 

Table I. Classification of Railways and Mileage for the Year end- 
ing June 30, 190G. 

Table II. Amount of Railway Capital at the Close of the Year end- 
ing June 30, 1906. 

Table III. Earnings and Income for the Year ending June 30, 
190G: 

A. Earnings from Operation. 

B. Income from Property Owned but not Operated. 

Table IV. General Expenditures for the Year ending June 30, 
1906: 

A. Operating Expenses. 

B. Fixed Charges and Summary of Expenditures. 

Table V. Charges against Income on account of Railway Capital 
during the Year ending June 30, 1906, 

Table VI. General Balance Sheet for the Year ending June 30, 
1906. 

A list of the subjects to wliich the summaries in the text of this 
report pertain will be found in the table of contents. 

Facing the title-page will be found a map showing the boundaries 
of the ten groups into which the country is divided for the purpose 
of a territorial classification of statistical data. 



14 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



r:i:cEiVERsiiiPs. 



The condition of operating railways on June 30, 1006, with regard 
to receiversliips is sliown below. 

Summary Showixo Railways ix thk hands of Receivers on June 30, inOG. 



Xii:a<\ 



Granite Railway Co.: > 

Quincy O.nurries Co.'s Kailroad 

Phillips and Rangeley Railroad Co 

P^ustis Railroad Co 

Madrid Railroad Co 

Sel)ast;eook and Mooschead Railroad Co 

Wiscasset, Waterville and Famiington Railroad Co 

Dansvillc and Mount Morris Railroad Co 

Mount Carrar 1 and Natalie Railroad Co 

New Jersey and Pennsylvania Railroad Co 

Pi ttsbu rg, Slirtwmut and Northern Railroad Co 

PoughKecpsie and Eastern Railway Co 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co.: * 

Sharpsville Railroad Co ;... 

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Co 

Pere Marquette Railroad Co 

Toledo Railway and Terminal Co 

Dayton, Lebanon and Cincinnati Railroad Co 

Pennsylvania Railroad Co.: * 

Pennsylvania Co.: ^ 

Chica^io, Indiana and Eastern Railway Co 

Pontiac, Oxford and Northern Railroad Co 

Beaver Crc k Railroad Co 

Berkeley Railroad 

Georgetown and Western Railroad Co 

Mount Airy and Eastern Railway Co 

Pickens and Hackers Valley Railroad Co 

Union and Glenn Springs Railroad Co 

Silver Springs and We45tem Railroad Co 

Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Co 

Marquette, Spring Valley and Nortliwestem Railroad Co 

Toluca, Manjuetto and Northern Railroad Co 

Western Hlinois Railway Co 

Texas Southern Railway Co 

Vela^co, Brazos and Northern Railway Co 

Warren and Corsicana Pacific Railway Co 

Coos Bay, Rosehurg and Eastern Railroad and Navigation Co. 
Port Angeles-Pacific Railroad Co 



Mileage, 



Owned. 


Oper- 
ated. 


4.92' 




28.60 


50.00 


15.00 




6.40 




15.00 


15.00 


« 59. 71 


a 59. 71 


12.53 


14. 8S 


T.-W 




30.00 


27.50 


154.77 


208.87 


34.99 


38.99 


17.75 


17.75 


320.67 


83.3. C8 


1,872.57 


2,038.76 


31.27 


31.27 


17.05 


23.10 


43.00 


43.00 


lOO. 59 


100. 50 


0.50 


6.50 


10.00 


10.00 


105.00 


105.00 


19.25 


19.25 


19.50 


17.50 


19.20 


19.20 


6.00 




97.10 
1 o u 


104.82 



31.14 

i.r,0 

82.55 
20.00 
18.95 
27.75 
4.75 



8-1.07 
20.00 
18.05 
27.75 
4. <o 




Date of 

appointment 

of receiver. 



Oct. 4,1905 
Jan. 30,1905 
Dec. 19,1905 
Dec. 19,1905 
Jun<» 24,1899 
Oct. 7, HK)5 
Juno 8, 1S94 
Nov. 9,1903 
Mar. —,1006 
Aug. 1,1905 
June 17.1898 

Jan. 21,1897 

Dec. 4, 1005 

Dec. 4, 1905 

Jan. 3, 1906 

Jan. 4, 1CC5 



Sept. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

June 

Dec. 

May 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

July 

July 

June 

July 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

June 



U, 1904 

25, 1905 

18, 1902 

9, 1904 

15, 1002 

4,1901 

0,1 ■j05 

8, 1906 

10,1901 

IG, \<m 

11,1005 

13,1905 

12,1J)00 

11,1904 

3,1900 

1 S, 1905 

8.1900 

2, l'J05 



Total Cniled States (3J roads) 3,2!3.0.-) j 3,971.43 



» Inserted to show corporate r»2lation of subsidiary road as :ndicat(\l. 



« Unofficial. 



MILEAGE. 



1. Railway Mileage, by States and Territories. 

2. Railway Mileage, by Groups. 

3. Railway Mileage, by Groups, showing Length of all Tracks. 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



15 



The first summary submitted shows the miles of road in the several 
States and Territories on June 30, 1906, also the proportion of the 
mileage of each State or Territory to the aggregate, the increase of 
the mileage over that on June 30, 1905, and the relation of miles of 
road to the area and population of each of the several States and 
Territories. 

Summary op Railway Mileage Owned in the United States, by States and- 

Territories. 



State or Territory. 



Mileage on June 30, 190C. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa..; 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . 

Michigaii 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

Now Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina. 
North Dakota.. 

Ohio 

Or^on 

Pennsylvania... 
Rhode Island... 
South Carolina.. 
South Dakota... 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 







Official. 


Unofficial. 


Miles. 


I 
^file8. 


4,846.12 


124.50 


4,525.03 


7.00 


6,617.2y 


37.50 


4,904.30 


167.79 


1,017.72 




334.82 


1 

1 


3,7&4.a5 


28.50 1 


6,506.69 


95.25 


1,577.52 


1 


12,087.43 


30.74 


7,186.99 


11.01 


9,912.03 


4.91 


8,881.18 


8.34 


3,423.42 


8.75 


4,301.09 


174.50 


2,037.03 


59.71 


1,461.21 


8.18 


2,114.21 


5.47 


8,900.42 


1.36 


8,145.54 


77.50 


3,932.48 


43.00 


8,064.49 


2.25 


3,290.18 




5,823.14 


11.00 


1,439.47 




1,259.11 




2,291.78 


5.50 


8,428.92 


4.38 


4,327.03 


82.00 


3, 761. 24 




9,146.64 


142.95 


1,887.92 


10.00 


11,157.02 


108.50 


211.79 




3,215.78 


37.00 


3,217.92 
3,698.42 




14.00 


12,440.33 


54.46 


1,775.33 


38.50 



Total. 



MUes. 
4,970.62 
4,532.03 
6,654.77 
5,072.09 
1,017.72 
334.82 
3,793.46 
6,661.94 
1,577.52 

12, 118. 17 
7,198.90 
9,916.94 
8,889.52 
3,432.17 
4,475.59 
2,0^.74 
1,409.39 
2,119.68 
8,901.78 
8,223.04 
3,975.48 
8,066.74 
3,290.18 
5,834.14 
1,439.47 
1,259.11 
2,297.28 
8,433.30 
4,400.03 
3,761.24 
9,289.59 
1,897.92 

11,265.52 

211.79 

3,252.78 

3,217.92 

3,712.42 

12,494.79 
1,813.83 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
mileage. 



Per cent. 

2.22 

2.02 

2.97 

2.26 

.45 

.15 

1.69 

2.97 

.70 

5.40 

3.21 

4.42 

3.96 

1.53 

2.00 

.03 

.66 

.94 

3.97 

3.67 

1.77 

3.60 

1.47 

2.60 

.64 

.56 

1.02 

3.76 

1.97 

1.68 

4.14 

.85 

5.02 

.09 

1.45 

1.43 

1.65 

5.57 

.81 



Increase 
over 

June 30, 
1905. 



Milee. 

117. 10 

302.42 

147.57 

44.92 






.10 

164.67 

149.32 

112.09 

285.84 

270.38 

23.75 

48.54 

97.28 

339.18 

68.88 

28.29 

.28 

107.90 

158.95 

267.24 

21.30 

1 18.52 

1.25 

258.98 

» 7.62 

23.08 

97.00 

152.99 

527.86 

20.37 

85.13 

109.68 

1 .10 

72.91 

150.68 

.136.67 

447. 12 

8.83 



Niunbcr 

of milcvS 

of line 

per 100 

square 

mues of 

territor>'. 


Number 
of miles 

of line 
per 10,000- 
inhabit- 

ants. 


0.64 


24.65^ 


8..W 


31.33 


4.27 


40.63 


4.89 


85.23- 


21.01 


10. 16 


17.08 


16.46 


6.99 


65.06. 


11.30 


27.26- 


1.87 


88.53. 


21.64 


22.79^ 


20.05 


25. 95. 


17.88 


40.29- 


10.88 


54.84 


8.58 


14.49* 


9.85 


29.38:. 


7.01 


27.39 


14.90 


11.22- 


26.36 


6.86 


15.50 


33.34 


10.38 


42.59^ 


8.58 


23.24 


11.74 


23.55 


2.26 


122.63. 


7.59 


49.63 


1.31 


306.27 


13.98 


27.75 


30.53 


11.06 


17.71 


10. 5J?- 


9.08 


21. 12 


5.36 


106.88 


22.79 


20.26 


2.01 


41.66^ 


25.04 


16.21 


20.11 


4.49' 


10.78 


22.01 


4.19 


72.66; 


8.89 


16.66 


4.76 


37.17 


2.21 


50.51 



1 Decrease. 



1288&-07- 



16 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary op Railway Mileage Owned in the United States, by States and 

Territories — Continued. 



state or Territory. 



Vermont 

Vliglnla 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Alaska • 

Arizona 

District of Columbia. 

Hawaii > 

Indian Territory 

New Mexico 

Oklahoma 



United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 



States, 1906. 
States, 1905. 
States, 1904. 
States, 1903. 
States, 1902. 
States, 1901. 
States, 1900. 
States, 1899. 
States, 1808. 
States, 1897. 
States, 1890. 



Mileage on Juno 30, 1906. 



Official. 



Unofficial. Total. 



MiUa. 

1,073.34 

4,000. 89 

3,536.66 

3,167.29 

7,249.20 

1,365.01 



1,881.94 
29.12 



MUes. 



86.30 

62.30 

65.80 

163.00 



MiUs. 
1,073.34 

4,087. 19 
3,598.96 
3,223.09 
7,412.20 
1,365.01 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
mileage. 



Per cent. 
.48 
1.82 
1.60 
1.44 
3.30 
.61 



.80 



1,881.94 
29.92 



.84 
.01 



2,708.96 
2,795.62 
2,780.53 



222,571.62 
217,017.68 
212,577.57 
' 207,186.84 
J 201,672.83 
J 1C6,075.07 
.' 192,940.67 
.' 188,277.49 
. 185,370.77 
.j 182,919.82 
. 181,153.77 



18.00 



2,726.96 
2,795.62 
2,789.53 



1,791.65 

1,083.38 

1,326.77 

790.38 

799.02 

1,162.37 

405.11 

1,017. 17 

1,025.55 

1,508.65 

1,622.86 



•224,363.17 
218,101.04 
213,904.34 
207,977.22 
202,471.85 
197,237.44 
193,345.78 
189,294.66 
186,396.32 
184,428.47 
182,776.63 



1.21 
1.25 
1.24 



100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 



Increase 
over 

June 30, 
1905. 



Number 

of miles 

of line 

per 100 

square 

miles of 

territory. 



Miles. 
10.50 
115. 42 
210. 71 
235.42 
200.87 
117. 61 



11.75 
10.19 

5.38 
13.08 
13.61 

1.40 



Number 
of miles 
of line 
per 10,000 
inhabit- 
ants. 



28.34 
19.99 
63.02 
30.49 
32.49 
133.96 



36.09 
«1.98 



8&49 
261.89 
164.80 



6,282. 13 
4, 198. 70 
5,927.12 
6,505.37 
5,234.41 
3,891.68 
4,051. 12 
2,896.34 
1,987.85 
1,651.84 
2,119.16 



1.67 
49.87 



8.80 
2.28 
7.18 



«7.55 
7.34 
7.20 
7.00 
8.82 
6.84 
6.51 
8.37 
8.28 
6.21 
8.15 



138.00 
.97 



83.04 

120.87 

83.56 



•28.78 
28.44 
28.34 
28.03 
25.76 
25.52 
25.44 
25.34 
25.40 
25.50 

•25.82 



> See notes below. 

• Decrease 

» E;ccludGS mileage in Alaska (80.39 miles) and Hawaii. 

« For 1900 and subsequent years on basis of 2,970,038 square miles, which covers "land surface "only 
and excludes Alaska and Hawaii 

• On basis of 83,794,575, population for 1906, which is reached by adding to the population of the United 
States in 1900, 75,994,575 (which excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and persons In the military and naval service 
stationed abroad), ah estimated anna<)l increase of 1,300,000 for each successive year. 

• Averages for 1896 to 1899, inclusive, based on an annual increase in population of 1,304,686, the popu- 
lation for 1890 being 62,047.714. 

It appears from the above summary that the aggregate length of 
railway mileage in the United States on June 30, 1906, was 224,363.17 
miles, showing an increase of 6,262.13 miles over that on June 30, 
1905. Tliis increase is greater than that for any preceding year dur- 
ing the past decade, both with regard to actual length and in relation 
to the mileage at the beginning of the year, being 2.87 per cent of the 
mileage on June 30, 1905. 

The increase in mileage is mainly in States adjacent to the Missis- 
sippi River or separated therefrom by not more than one intervening 
State, all the States within which increases of upward of 200 miles 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



17 



each occurred coming within that description with the exception of 
Nevada and Washington. Tlie States and Territories ha^dng such 
increases are, in the numerical order of the increases, beginning with 
the greatest: North Dakota, Texas, Louisiana, Ai-kansas, IlHnois, 
Indiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nevada, West Virginia, Washing- 
ton, and Wisconsin. Indian Territory and Oklahoma, combined, 
also increased their aggregate mileage more than 200 miles. 

The number of miles of line per 100 square miles of territory for 
the United States was 7.55, and the number of miles of line per 10,000 
inhabitants was 26.78 as against 7.34 and 2G.44, the corresponding 
figures for June 30, 1905. It thus appears that the length of road is 
increasing sUghtly faster in proportion than the population. 

Next is shown a classification of railway mileage owned, by ter- 
ritorial groups. 

Summary of Railway Mileage Owned, for the Years ending June 30, 1906, 
TO 1896, According to Assignment for Operation, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Mileage on June 30- 



Group I 

Group II.. . 
Group III... 
Group IV.. - 
Group v.... 
Group VI... 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII, 
Group IX... 
Group X 



lOOC. 


1905. » 


Miles. 


MiUt. 


7,802.81 


7,820 


23,309.75 


22,818 


24,700.09 


24,554 


13,644.05 


13,311 


26,742.66 


25,763 


4»,4a6.38 


47, too 


11,726.01 


U,589 


31,123.89 


30,183 


16, 130. 32 


15,594 


19,501.41 


18,554 


24,303.17 


218,101 



1904. I 1S03. 1 1902. i 1901. » 1 1900. » 



Miles. 
7,823 

24,399 
12,893 
24,800 
47,100 
11,636 
29,609 
15,187 
17,808 



Miles. 
7,796 
22,400 
23,843 
12,787 
24,422 
46,118 
11,430 
27,220 
14,571 
17,370 



Miles. 
7,704 
21,840 
23,861 
12,406 
23,952 
45,400 
11,291 
25,561 
13,633 
16,819 



Mtics. 
7,081 
21,743 
23,480 
12,236 
23,326 
44,341 
11.085 
24,414 
12,740 
16,187 



MiUs. 
7,622 
21,480 
23,402 
11,883 
22,671 
43,448 
10,930 
23,774 
12,232 
15,888 



213,904 207,977 ' 202,471 197,237 : 193,346 



MUcoge on June 30— 



Territory covered. 



1899. » 1898. » 1897. » 



. Increase, 
1896. » ' 1906 over 
I 1905. 



MiUs. 

Group I ' 7,663 

Group II ; 21,143 

Group III j 23,315 

Group IV ; 11,739 

Group V I 22,141 

Group VI ' 41,931 

Group VII 10,740 

Cfroup VIII ' 23,649 

Group IX I 11,813 

Group X ' 15,347 

I 

United States ! 189,294 



Miles. 
7,472 
21,010 
23,094 
11,681 
21,801 
41,316 
10,625 
23,038 
11,306 
15,058 



MUes. 
7,423 
20,931 
23,025 
11,350 
21,417 
40,370 
10,582 
22,764 I 
11,265 
14,799 



Miles. 

7,388 
20,802 
22,937 
11,286 
21,088 
40,666 
10,351 
22,449 
11,196 
14,607 




Miles. 
71.94 
491.64 
214.87 
333.77 
088.80 

1,506.05 
130.33 
94a 21 
642.11 

1,036.42 



6,202.13 



I Dedmala omitted. 



* Excludes mileage in Alaska and Hawaii. 



18 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Following is a , classification of railway mileage for which opera- 
tions are reported, distributed as single track, second track, third 
track, fourth track, and yard track and sidings. The single track 
mileage is the basis upon which are made assignments per mile of 
line, except where it seems appropriate that some other basis be used, 
as for instance, in the case where, to show density of freight traffic, 
the ton-miles are distributed upon the average mileage operated 
during the year. 

Summary of Railway Mileage for wracH Operations are Reported, by Groups, 
Showing Length of Single Track, Second Track, Third Track, Fourth 
Track, and op Yard Track and Sidings. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.., 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII, 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



Single 
track. 



Miles. 
8, 131. 89 
23,681.15 
25,704.90 
12,764.20 
25, 477. 02 
50, 103. 78 
11,524.20 
31,299.09 
15,458.83 
18, 194. 34 



United States, 1906. 
United States. 1905. 
United States, 1904. 
United States, 1903. 
United States, 1902. 
United States. 1901. 
United States. 1900. 
United States. 1889. 
United States, 1898. 
United States. 1897. 
United States. 1896. 



222,340.30 
216,973.61 
212,243.20 
205,313.54 
200,154.56 
195,561.92 
192,556.03 
187,534.68 
184,048.26 
183,284.25 
181,962.64 



Second 
track. 



Miles. 

1,563.53 

6,910.59 

3,567.07 

613.33 

482.41 

3,961.55 

114.06 

431.42 

77.01 

215.28 



Third 
track. 



Fourth 
track. 



Yard track 

and 

sidings. 



17,936.25 
17,056.30 
15,824.04 
14,681.03 
13,720.72 
12,845.42 
12, 151. 48 
11,546.54 
11,293.25 
ll,0ia47 
10,685.16 



Miles. Miles. 
116.03 108.49 



1,198.05 
298.17 



.09 
144.37 



9.36 



1,766.07 
1,609.63 
1,467.14 
1,303.53 
1,204.04 
1,153.96 
1,094.48 
1,047.37 
1,009.65 
995.79 
990.45 



855.63 
180.14 



128.59 



6.81 



1,279.66 
1,215.53 
1,046.50 
963.36 
895.11 
870.13 
829.29 
790.27 
793.57 
780.48 
764.15 



MUes. 

3,734.76 

14,544.07 

12,739.65 

3,0ia79 

6,273.78 

15,603.18 

2,693.47 

7,448.97 

3,142.66 

4,561.58 



73,760.91 
69,941.67 
66, 492. 46 
61,560.06 
58,220.93 
54,914.86 
52,153.02 
49,223.65 
47,589.09 
45,934.46 
44,717.73 



Total 

mileage 

operated 

(all tracks). 



MUes, 

13,654.70 
47,189.49 
42,489.93 
16,396.32 
32,233.30 
60,941.47 
14,331.73 
39,196.55 
18,678.50 
22,971.20 



317,083.19 
306,796.74 
297,073.34 
283,821.52 
274,195.36 
265,352.29 
258,784.30 
250, 142. 51 
245,333.82 
242,013.45 
239, 140. 13 



The total mileage operated (all tracks) on June 30, 1906, was 
317,083.19, an increase of 10,286.45 miles, of which 5,366.69 miles 
were single track, 879.95 miles were second track, 156.44 miles were third 
track, 64.13 miles were fourth track, and 3,819.24 miles were yard 
track and sidings. The increase in single track is more, and that in 
second and fourth tracks less, than the corresponding increases for 
the preceding year. The increases in third track and in yard track 
and sidings are only slightly greater in amount than those of the 
preceding year, thus making it questionable whether the track- 
age increase is adequate to the increase of traffic seeking transpor- 
tation. It shotdd be noted in this connection that the last preceding 
simunary is concerned with the mileage for which the results of oper- 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 19 

ation are reportedj while the two immediately preceding it are for 
roads whether operated or not, and regardless of whether or not, if 
operated, the results of operation are reported. There is also in 
this mileage for which operations are reported the element of dupli- 
cated mileage, owing to the fact that where one carrier has trackage 
rights over some portion of the operated mileage of another, each 
carrier reports such portion as a part of its operated mileage. The 
extent of this duplication is shown in the next summary. 

CLASSIFICATION OF RAILWAYS. 

1 . Classification of Mileage according to Organization for Operation. 

2. Classification of Roads according to Organization for Operation. 

3. Classification of Roads according to Organization for Operation, 
by Groups. 

4. Summary of Changes in List of Railways. 

5. Classification of Railways on the Basis of Operated Mileage. 
The next set of summaries aims to classify railway mileage according 

to the character of its organization for purposes of operation. "Line 
owned'* denotes line represented by the capital stock of the reporting 
company; "Line of proprietary companies '* is that owned by 
companies practically all of whose capital stock is owned by the 
reporting company in its corporate capacity; "Line operated under 
lease '* is that for which the reporting company pays a specified sum; 
"Line operated imder contract, etc.," is line held by the reporting 
, company under some form of operating agreement, the consideration 
for such title being based upon the results of operation; and "Line 
operated under trackage rights'' is that which is maintained and 
operated by another, but over which the reporting company has the 
right to 'run some or all of its trains. From the point of view of 
physical road, "trackage rights" thus involve a duplication, but not 
from the point of view of operation. 



20 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification of Railway Mileage for which Operations are Reported 

according to organization for operation. 



Territory covered. 



I/ino 
owned. 



Line of 
proprie- 
tary com- 
panies. 



Line oper- 
ated under 
lease. 



Group T 

Group II. . . 
Group III.. 
Group IV.. 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII. 
Group VIII 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



MileK. 
3,794.05 

11,719.20 

18,274.45 

10,348.02 

19,784.03 

41,040.00 

10,012.62 

22,931.10 

14,550.35 

10,415.09 



United 
T'nitcd 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 



States, 1906. 
States, 1905. 
States, 1904. 
States, 1903. 
States, 1902 . 
States, H)Oi: 
States, 1900. 
States, 1899. 
States,. 1898. 
SUtes, 1897. 
States, 1896. 



163,468.91 
158,441.15 
155,354.46 
149,831.24 
146,300.44 
142,382.45 
142,242.44 
136. .357. 42 
134,085.07 
134,029.34 
130,206.12 



Mites. 

137.81 
2,152.62 
2,123.51 
1,104.24 
2,283.71 
1,075.36 
6.70 
4,329.80 



6,003.88 



Miles. 
3,979.02 

5,270.30 

3,195.56 

918. 46 
2,120.61 
3,979.73 
1,009.56 
2,800.93 

271.04 
1,248.92 



19,217.63 
18,740.94 
17,096.24 
17,308.78 
17,629.83 
18,022.36 
15,788.80 
16,348.68 
14,791.59 
14,065.20 
15,343.10 



24,896.73 
25,650.97 
25,635.14 
24,749.03 
23,613.12 
22,424.47 
22,269.07 
21,301.41 
22,107.49 
22,267.02 
22,609.83 



Line oper- 
ated under 
contract, 
etc. 



Miles. 

91.07 

3,456.20 

833.63 

18.20 

530.35 

1,380.57 

196.19 

23.64 

149.65 

211.56 



6,891.06 
6,562.60 
6,919.02 
7,521.62 
7,224.06 
7,126.56 
6,575.27 
8,204.41 
8,240.79 
8,010.51 
9, 105. 11 



Line op- 
erated 
under 

trackage 
rights. 


Total mile- 
age oper- 
atcKi 
(single 
track). 


MiUs. 


MiUs. 


129.34 


8,131.89 


1,070.83 


23,081.15 


1,277.75 


25,704.90 


375.28 


12,704.20 


752.32 


25,477.02 


2,028.12 


50,103.78 


209.13 


11,524.20 


1,214.52 


31,299.99 


487.79 


15,458.83 


314.89 


18,194.34 


7,865.97 


222,340.30 


7,568.95 


216,973.61 


: 6,638.34 


212,243.20 


5,902.87 


205,313.54 


5,387.11 


200,154.56 


5,606.08 


195,561.92 


5,680.45 


192,556.03 


5,322.76 


187,534.68 


5,363.32 


184,648.26 


4,903.18 


183,284.25 


4,718.48 


181,962.64 



The summarj' just given shows that of the total operated mileage for , 
which the results of operation are reported, the length of '* line owned '' 
was 163,468.91 miles, an increase of 5,027.76 miles ever the like fig- 
ure one year earlier. ''Line of proprietary companies," "line oper- 
ated under contract, etc.,'' and ''line operated under trackage rights" 
each slightly increased during the year, while "line operated under 
lease" diminished by about 3 per cent. The year's increase in "line 
owned" was 93.68 per cent of the increase for the year in all classes 
above shown, while the total of "line o^\^led" at the close of the year 
was only 73.52 per cent of the total of all classes, thus indicating a 
much more rapid increase in "line owned" than in the other classes. 

The next summary shows the distribution of all roads according to 
the conditions of organization under which they are operated. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAX8 IN THE UNITED STATES. 
iAssiric-iTioN OP Roads AccoitniNii to OuCANiZ.^TioN- foh Opkkat 









SUBlH 


S<7 

II 
10 








im. 


CU,s,. 


26S 


iOOS-lOOl. 


am 


iHOS. 


lOOL 


ISM. 
M3 

i: 


wos. 

B3<J 

J 

14 
US 


»m 


7» 

an 


Operating rimdsi 


MR 
2K 


Be 


m 


Subaldiar>" 




Contingpnt intmer rentiil. . - 














rd 


ifis 








Total opiTBling roada 


1,287 


I.IOI 






l.Wl.lMD 


^ 


I.OW 


lis 


Independent roads, "Line owned" 
not in operation. 


** 


4« 

iin 

167 


at 

SI7 

lio 


m 


172 


67 


w 


Subaldlarf roads: 





321 

ici 


273 


1«7 


109 

25B 


32* 
2(B 




Contingent money rental 




rtl 


























Total suliEidiar; roadi. .. . 


7X1 


TH 


TH 




7Ci 


77J 


732 


768 


7H 




7«. 




Subsidiary roads, '"Line owind" 


OT7 


12 


m 


» 


203 


'■"" 


S 
1S7 


142 


IC 


121 


m 




PilratG loads, "Line onned" not 
In operation. 




Total number of toadi . . . 


S.3I3 


2,167 


' 


2.078 


i.m 


2.0« 


2.<M7 


,,» 


1*1 



The total number of operating roads on June 30, 1906, was 1,287, 
of which, so far as their formal or contractual relationships are 
concerned, 1,007 were independent. In Table I of this report, which 
gives the owned and operated mileage of roads, will he found concise 
statements of the nature of the contracts through which various 
lines are made subsidiary to other lines. 

The preceding summary shows for the entire United States and for 
the.several years of the last decade the classification of roads accord- 
ing to organization for operation. The succeeding smnmarj' shows a 
like distribution on June 30, 1906, for each of the several territorial 
groups into which the countrj- has been divided by this office for 
statistical purposes. 



22 KEPOET OP THE INXEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 













Croup. 






0„„«n.^d,: 


S7 


11. 111. 

' 1"0 107 
^ 


.11. ■.,.'.!. 


VI 1. 


vui 


^ 


X. 












1 1 




ill 


35 .a. 


.| » 


„ 




















Tol"l opcruling roada 


M|.=a2 M« 


•125 


■171 T17N 


«21 ] '137 


UK . >M 




3| 13 


^ 


^ 


■1 ' 


1 ■ 


U 13 


Subsidiary roaJ.: 

Comingcnt moni^y rcnUI. 






10 


24 IS 




" 


■ 


■■; 




















Total subsidlarj roa.lB 


70 1 UT 


111 


27 


U| ■M ISI 'M 


,. 


IX 


SuliBldinry roads, "Lino □vrnvd" not 

in opcrallon, 
Privale roatis 


"■; 




.. 


» 


2 3 2 


" 


28 


„ 


operation. 






1 




Total nu.nl«roI road, 


m ..VII 


'■iH^ .ih.-i -m; 1254 'as, ■St 


'173 


"" 


1 lucludcs one n 
'Includes two r 
•IncludealDur 
•Includes MVfn 
slndndoaflver. 
•locludCB tbrm 
Tlucludva twdv 
• Includes iourti 
•Includes ail ro 


ad assigned 

roads sssigr 
ads asalgno 
roads aasign 
c road a aaalg 
«n roads asi 
adi assigned 


toot 
dtoo 

IPdtO 

too 

■nfldt 
gned 


ergro 

hcrg 
othi-r 
hergr 

tber 

olhc 
tooth 

ergr( 


upaalso. 

Stoupaulso. 
oupsulM. 
■roups also. 

groups also 
er groups al 

upsalso. 











The length of owned and operated mileage affected by the changea 
that have taken place in the corporate conditions or contractual 
relations of railways during the year covered by this report is pre- 
sented in the next summary. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



23 



Summary of Changes in List of Railways during the Years ending Junk 

30, 1906 and 1905. 



Class. 



Reorganized.., 
Consolidated . . 

Merged 

Name changed 

Abandoned 

Miscellaneous . 

Total... 





1906. 






1905. 




Num- 
ber. 


Tiine 
owned. 


I..ino 
operated. 

Miles. 


Num- 
ber. 


Line, 
owned. 

Miles. 


Line 
opi' rated. 




Miles. 




Miles. 


9 


623.92 


590.05 


10 


1,140.24 


1,097.3a 


24 


2,156.61 


1,856.60 


22 


1,437.91 


1,090.81 


28 


1,273.93 


428.23 


30 


1,217.87 


645.19 


14 


341.79 


331.73 


11 


137.54 


103.07 


21 


253.87 


177.80 


15 


118.18 


120.51 


23 


564.50 


476.90 


26 
120 


340.65 


296.10' 


119 


5,214.71 


3,861.31 


4,398.39 


3,353.06 



The next summary gives a classification of railways on the basis 
of operated mileage for the various years of the' preceding decade. 
A comparison of these figures year by year gives some idea of the 
extent to which consolidation has proceeded, but its effect in this 
direction is confined to such consolidation as is reflected in contracts 
and formal agreements. 

Classification op Railways on the Basis of Operated Mileage (whether 
covered by operating reports or not) for the Years ending June 30^ 
1906 TO 1896.* 



Item. 



1906. 

Number of operating corporations. 50 

Aggregate mileage in class 150, 926. 68 

Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . . 65. 41 

1905. 
Number of operating corporations. 49 

Aggregate mileage in class*. 147, 299. 06 

65.41 



Classification of roads. 



Class I, 

Mileage 

over 1,0(30. 



Class II, 
Mileage 
from 600 
to 1,000. 



19 

15,559.87 

6.74 

• 

20 
16,070.77 
7.14 



Class III, 
Mileage 

from 400 
to 600. 



25 

12,209.10 

5.29 

20 
9,816.36 
4.36 



Class IV, 

Mileage 

from 250 

to 400. 



48 

143,951.91 

65.40 

50 



21 

15,992.89 

7.27 

18 



139,857.87 I 13,965.88 
65.54 I 6.54 



Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . . 

1904. 
Number of operating corporations. 

Aggregate mileage in class 

Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . . 

1903. 
Number of operating corporations. 

Aggregate mileage in class 

Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . . 

♦ This classification is based on Table I (page 146) , and includes mileage of roads for which no opera- 
tions are reported. This fact explains why the totals differ from those in the preceding summaries of 
mileage for which operating returns were made. 

includes some mileage outside the United States operated by certain roads, as follows: For 1906, 
eleven roads, 1,073.92 miles; for 1905, eleven roads, 1,073.67 miles; for 1904, eleven roads, 1,064.05 miles; 
for 1903, eleven roads, 1,068.82 miles; for 1902, eleven roads, 968.33 miles; for 1901, nine roads, 964.84 
miles; for 1900, ten roads, 1,310.14 mUes; for 1809, ten roads, 1,276.15 miles; for 1896, nine roads, 1,205.65 
mUes; for 1807, eight roads, 909.96 miles; and for 1806, eight roads, 1,011.58 miles. 



20 

0,757.56 

4.43 

22 

10,699.56 

5.01 



32 

10, 187. 43 

4.41 

34 
10,972.99 
4.87 



32 

10,321.72 

4.69 

31 

9,751.64 

4.57 



Class V, 

Mileage 

under 250. 



Total.i 



1,365 ' 1,491 

41,877.79 i 230,760.87 



18.15 

1,257 
41,037.15 
18.22 



1,193 

40,087.93 

18.21 

1,160 

39,147.46 

18.34 



100. 00- 

1,380« 
225,196.33 
100.00- 



1,314 

220,112.01 

100.00 

1,281 

213,422.41 

100.00 



24 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification op Railways on the Basis op Operated Mileage (whether 

COVERED BY OPERATING REPORTS OR NOT) FOR THE YeARS ENDING JuNE 30, 

190G TO 1896— Continued. 





Classification of roads. 


Item. 


Class I, 

Mileage 

over 1,000. 

51 

134,090.02 

64.70 

49 

127,488.90 

03.03 

48 

117,880.07 

60.25 

44 

109,405.47 

66.30 

44 

105,371.55 
55.20 

44 

103,665.58 
54.85 

44 

103,345.89 

55.36 


Class II, 
Mileago 
from 600 
to 1,000. 

19 

14,7G7.49 

7.13 

22 

17,062.74 

8.44 

22 

17,370.21 

8.73 

24 

18,897.77 

9.72 

25 

19,422.79 

10.18 

24 

18,887.51 

10.00 

22* 
17,450.19 
9.35 


Class III. 

Mileage 

from 400 

to GOO. 


Class IV, 
Mileago 

from 250 
to 400. 


Class V, 

Mileage 

under 250. 


Total. 


1902. 
Number of operating corporations. 
AKKregato inilcaire in class 


20 

9,621.97 

4.64 

19 

9,274.40 

4.53 

23 

11,437.29 

6.75 

24 

12,057.83 

6.20 

24 

11,925.01 

6.25 

25 

12,607.22 

6.62 

24 

,12,157.46 

6.51 


i 

29 1 1,100 
9,182.75 .^-.'WLl? 


1,219 

207,253.40 

100.00 

1,213 

202,288.15 

100.00 

1,224 

198,904.13 

100.00 

1,206 
194,336.70 

loaoo 

1,192 

190,870.06 

100.06 

1,158 

188,843.97 

100.00 

1,111 

186,681.42 

100.00 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct.. 

1901. 
Number of operating corporations. 
Aecrrcsrate mllease in class 


4.43 

31 

10,097.62 

4.99 

40 

12,622.90 

6.34 

43 

13,206.35 

6.80 

44 

13,855.63 
7.26 

42 

13,557.71 

7.18 

44 

14,226.34 
7.62 


19.10 

1,092 

38,364.60 

18.96 

1,091 

39,653.65 

19.93 

1,071 

40,768.28 

20.98 

1,055 

40,295.08 

21.11 

1,023 

40,325.95 

21.35 

977 

39,501.54 

21.10 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . 

1900. 
Number of operating corporations. 
Asfirrcsrate inileaee in class 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . 

1899. 
Number of operating corporations. 
Aecregate milcaeo in class 


ProportioH to total mileage, p. ct . 

1898. 
Number of operating corporations. 
AcKresrate mllcafrc in class 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . 

1SU7. 
Number of operating corporations. 
Afnrrc^rate milcaec in class 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct. 

1896. 
Number of operating corporations. 
Aggregate mileago in class 


Proportion to total mileage, p. ct . 




* EQl 


UIPMEN' 


r. 









1. Equipment, by Groups — Locomotives. 

2. Equipment, by Groups — Cars. 

3. Assignment of Equipment per 1,000 Miles to Length of Line, by 

Groups. 

4. Assignment of Equipment to Amount of Traffic, by Groups. 

5. Condensed Statement of Classification of Locomotives. 

6. Detailed Classification of Locomotives: 

* 

A. Single-Expansion Locomotives. 

B. Four-Cylinder Compound I^ocomotives. 

C. Two-Cylinder Compound Locomotives. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 25 

7. Classification of Freight Cars, by Capacity. 

8. Total Equipment, and Equipment Fitted with Train Brake and 

Automatic Coupler, 1906 to 1889. 

9. Equipment Fitted with Train Brake — Locomotives. 

10. Equipment Fitted with Train Brake — Cars. 

11. Equipment Fitted with Automatic Coupler — Locomotives. 

12. Equipment Fitted with Automatic Coupler — Cars. 

13. Summary of Cars Fitted and Cars not Fitted with Train Brake 

and Automatic Coupler, for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 

14. Classification of Cars in Passenger Service Fitted with Train 

Brake, by Groups. 

15. Classification of Cars in Freight Service Fitted with Train Brake, 

by Groups. 

16. Classification of Other Cars Fitted with Train Brake, by Groups. 

17. Classification of Cars in Passenger Service Fitted with Automatic 

Coupler, by Groups. 

18. Classification of Gars in Freight Service Fitted with Automatic 

Coupler, by Groups. 

19. Classification of Other Cars Fitted with Automatic Coupler, by 

Groups. 
The following summaries relate to railway equipment. They show 
the number and kind of locomotives and cars in use in the United 
States, their relation to length of line and traffic carried, their 
classification according to the type and power of the locomotives and 
the capacity of the freight cars, and the extent to which locomotives 
and cars are fitted with train brakes and automatic couplers. The 
figures here submitted do not include the so-called "private'' cars 
used by railways. 



26 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 



Summary op Equipment, by Groups — Locomotives. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.., 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII, 
Group IX... 
Group X 



rasaen- 
ger. 

1,23G 

3,2G4 

1,097 

431 

840 

2,108 

404 

1,192 

423 

C54 



United States, 190G. 
United States, 1905. 
United States, 1904. 
United States, 1903. 
United States, 1902. 
United States, 1901. 
United States, 1960. 
United States, 1890. 
United States, 1898. 
United States, 1807. 
United States, 1896. 



Increase, 190C over 1905. 



12,249 

11,018 

11,252 

10,570 

10,318 

10,184 

9,803 

9,894 

9,956 

10,017 

9,943 

031 



Freight. 

1,227 
7,485 
4,001 
1,564 
2,182 
5,889 
1,024 
3,287 
1,1G0 
1,429 

29,848 i 

27,809 

27,020 

25,444 

23,594 

22,839 

21,590 

20,728 

20,627 i 

20,398 ■ 

20,351 I 

1,979 : 



Switch- Unclassi- Total in 
Ing. I ficd. ' service. 



522 

2,142 

1,055 

272 

005 

1,646 

250 

848 

289 

247 



41 

72 

11 

296 

478 

24 

2 

16 

21 

120 



8,485 
7,923 
7,610 
7,058 
6,683 
5,950 
5,621 
5,4S0 
5,234 
6,102 
5,161 



562 



1,090 
047 
852 
799 
630 
602 
583 
601 
417 
469 
495 



3,020 
12,963 
7,964 
2,563 
4,105 
9,067 
1,089 
5,343 
1,893 
2,459 

51,072 
48,357 
46,743 
43,871 
41,225 
39,584 
37,663 
36,703 
30,234 
35,986 
35,950 




Leased. 

20 
814 
740 
752 
001 
241 

6 

499 

09 

7 

3,860 
3,297 
2, 70S 
2,163 
1,237 
1,0G2 
871 
988 
1,460 
1,879 
2,406 

672 



Summary op Equipment, by Groups — Cars. 



Territory covered. 



Passenger 
service. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III.. 
Group IV.. 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII., 
Group VIII. 
Group IX... 
Group X 



United States, 1906. 
United States, 1905. 
United States, 1904. 
United States, 1903. 
United States, 1902. 
United States, 1901. 
United States, 1900. 
United States. 1899. 
United States. 1898. 
United States. 1897. 
United States. 1890. 



4,853 

11,823 
5,177 
1,776 
3,085 
6,974 
1,266 
3,498 
1,303 
2,507 



Freleht 
service. 



68,734 
465,545 
355,193 

92,385 
143,763 
384,517 

56,895 
171,403 

50,751 

58,728 



Company's 
service. 



Total In 
service. 



42,262 
40,713 
39,752 
38,140 
36,587 

34,713 
33,850 
33,595 
33,620 
33,003 



1,837,914 
1,731,409 
1,092,194 
1,653,782 
1,546,101 
1,464,328 
1,365,531 
1,296,510 
1,248,820 
1,221,730 
1,221,887 



Increase, 1906 over 1905.. .«. 



I,d4l 



106,505 



3,169 

16,749 

11,781 

3,393 

6,964 

14,091 

3,292 

9,913 

3,543 

5,841 



66,756 
494,117 
372,151 

97,554 
153,812 
405,582 

61,453 
184,814 

55,507 

67,076 



78,730 
70,7«) 
66,615 
61,407 
67,097 
50,536 
50,594 
40,650 
43,753 
42,124 
42,760 



1,958,912 
1,842,871 
1,798,501 
1,753,389 
1,640,185 
1,550,833 
1,450,838 
1,375,916 
1,326,174 
1,297,480 
1,297,049 



Leased. 



1,472 
90,508 
77,015 
32,918 
37,353 
18,824 
304 
32,076 

4,718 
673 



305,361 
250,393 
221,650 
237,243 
182,914 
142,246 
124,413 
117,829 
136,452 
140,816 
177,450 



7,987 1 116,041 54,908 



Fast 
freight 

line 
servico. 



777 
18,792 
11,444 



650 
608 

1 

32,168 
33,867 
37,037 
34,579 
•43,142 
41,942 
42,771 
45,117 
44,653 
46,169 
44,701 

M,089 



1 Docreasc. 



. STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



27 



The preceding summary which refers to locomotives shows that 
the total number of locomotives in service on June 30, 1906, was 
61,672, an increase of 3,315 over the preceding year. This increase 
is noteworthy as being appreciably greater, both in amount and in 
relation to the total, than that for any preceding year within the 
past decade. Of this increase 631 were passenger locomotives, 1,979 
were freight locomotives, 562 were switching locomotives, and 143 
were unclassified. Tlie increase in each of these classes is greater 
than that during the preceding year, and that in freight locomotives 
is more than twice as great. 

Substantially the same assertions may be made regarding the cars 
in service on June 30, 1906. The total number of cars in service was 
1,958,912, an increase of 116,041 over the number in service a year 
earlier. This increase during the year is appreciably greater than 
that during any preceding year in the past decade and much more 
than twice as great as that during the year ending June 30, 1905. 
The number of cars in each class, and also the increases during the 
year, are shown in the above-given summary. 

In the summaries next shown will be found an assignment, by 
territorial groups, of both locomotives and cars to length of line and 
to amount of traffic. 

Assignment of Equipment per 1,000 Miles of Line, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV. 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VIl 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Croup X 

United States, 1906 . . 
United States, 1905 . . 
United States, 1904.. 
United States, 1903 . . 
United States, 1902 . . 
United States, 1901 . . 
United States, 1900 . . 
United States, 1899 . . 
United States, 1898 . . 
United States, 1897 . . 
United States. 18C6 . . 

Increase, 1906 over 
1905. 



Locomotives. 



Total. 



372 
547 
310 
201 
161 
193 
147 
171 
122 
135 



Passen- 
ger. 



232 
223 
220 
214 
206 
202 
195 
196 
196 
196 
197 



9 



152 
138 
66 
34 
33 
42 
35 
38 
27 
36 



Freight. 



151 
316 
179 
123 

85 
117 

89 
105 

75 

78 



55 
54 
53 
52 
52 
52 
51 
53 
54 
54 
54 



134 
128 
127 
124 
118 
117 
112 
111 
n2 
111 
112 



Switch- 
ing. 



64 
90 
64 
21 
24 
33 
23 
27 
19 
14 



Un- 
classi- 
fied. 



Cars. 



38 
37 
36 
34 
33 
30 
29 
29 
28 
28 
28 



5 
3 
1 
23 
19 
1 



0) 



1 
1 

7 



Total. 



8,211 
20,866 
14,480 
7,645 
6,036 
8,095 
5,334 
5,905 
3,506 
3,087 



Passen- 
ger. 



597 
499 
201 
139 
121 
139 
110 
112 
84 
138 




5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 



8,810 
8,404 
8,474 
8,540 
8,195 
7,930 
7,535 
7,337 
7,182 
7,079 
7,131 



190 
188 
187 
186 
185 
184 
180 
181 
182 
183 
181 



7,224 
19,660 
13,821 
7,2<0 
5,042 
7,675 I 
4,929 i 

6,470 : 

3,283 '■ 
3,228 I 



8,266 
7,980 
7,973 
8,055 
7,725 
7,488 
7,092 
6,908 
6,703 
6,6GG 
6,715 



Com- 
pany's 
serv- 
ice. 



390 

707 
45S 
2C(> 
273 
2S1 
285 
317 
220 
321 

354 
326 
314 
299 
285 
253 
263 
24& 
237 
230 
235 



316 



286 



2S 



> Less than 1. 



28 



IlEl^ORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Assignment op Equipment to Amount op Trafpic, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Pasaengersi Passenger iTons car- 
carried por miles per j ried per 
passeuger passeugor frei^t 
locomo- j locomo- ' locomo- 
tive. I tivc. tivc. 



Group T 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group" V 

Group VI.., 
Group VII. 
Group VIII 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



106;S23 
91,722 
49,4d3 
48,100 
49,217 
54,570 
22,009 
27,782 
37,640 
72,638 



2,063,939 
1,989,716 
1,912,263 
1,914,563 
1,914,733 
2,014,216 
2,407,217 
1,742,027 
1,049,846 
3,552,523 



55,778 
68,010 
84,537 
37,674 
47,880 
48,031 
32,538 
27,729 
39,497 
33,852 



Ton miles 
per freight 
locomo- 
tive. 



Passen- 
ger cars 

per 
1,000,000 
passen- 
gers car- 
ried. 



Freight 
cars per 
1,000,000 
tons of 
freight 
earned. 



4,882,990 ■ 
7,700,609 j 
9,532,204 ' 
7,126,857 . 
7,381,481 i 
6,830,977 I 
8,551,921 
4/742,878 , 
6,526,383 I 
7,103,471 ! 



37 

3d! 

02 

86 

mm w 

*o 

61 
142 
106 

82 

53 



80S 
915 
913 
1,568 
1,370 
1,359 
1,708 
1,8S0 
1,10s 
1,214 



United States, 1906. 
United States, 1905. 
United States, 1904. 
United States, 1903. 
United States. 1902. 
United States. 1901. 
United States, 1900. 
United States, 1899. 
United States, 1898. 
United States, 1897. 
United States, 1896. 



Increase, 1906 over 1905. 



65,144 


2,054,630 


54,650 


63,594 


2,048,558 


51,230 


63,582 


1,948,384 


48,463 


65,742 


. 1,978,780 


51,263 


62,965 


1,908,310 


50,f74 1 


59,631 


1,704,005 


47,092 ^ 


68,484 


1,626,179 


60,101 ; 


52,878 


1,474,765 


45,529 


50,328 


1,343,900 


41,809 


^,861 


1,223,614 


35,734 


51,471 


1,312,381 


37,C30 



7,232,563 
6,690,700 
6,456,846 
6,807,942 
6.060,499 
6,439,730 
6,556,731 
5,966,19» 
5,530,498 
4,664,135 
4,084,210 



63 

55 i 

56; 

65 i 

57 

59 

60 , 

65 

67 

69 

64 



1,127 
1,213 
1,292 
1,268 
1,288 
1,344 
1,262 
1,373 
1,446 
1,676 
1,621 



1,550 



6,078 



3,426 



541,863 



»2 



186 



1 Decrease. 



The number of locomotives per 1,000 miles of line on June 30, 
1906, was 232, as against 223 on June 30, 1905, showing an increase 
of 9 during the year, as against an increase of only 3 during the pre- 
ceding year. This figure shows that on June 30, 1906, the reporting 
carriers were better provided with locomotives per 1,000 miles of 
line than at any prior time during the past decade. The increase 
took place mainly in freight locomotives, that class furnishing 6 out 
of the 9 total increase. The increase in number of cars has been so 
great that the number per 1,000 miles of line on June 30, 1906, was 
materially greater than at any prior date during the past decade. 
This figure, it will be remembered, fell off somewhat between June 
30, 1903, and June 30, 1904, and during the next year made only a 
partial recovery. During the year under review, however, it much 
more than recovered. This increase in car equipment per 1,000 
miles of line was almost entirely in freight cars. 

From the second of the above summaries it will be seen that how- 
ever rapid may have been the increase of equipment in comparison 
with length of line it has not been so rapid as has been the increase 
in traffic. The ratios of equipment to traffic and transportation 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IX THE UNITED STATES. 



29 



were on June 30, 1906, less than ever before in every respect save in 
the relation of passenger locomotives to passengers carried, which 
was slightly less on June 30, 1903. This fact alone is not sufficient 
to warrant tlio conclusion that the equipment was on that date 
inadequate in greater degree than theretofore to provide for the 
traffic offered for transportation. It could be interpreted as indi- 
cating that at the time under consideration the transportation was 
more efficiently conducted. Any conclusive opinion with regard to 
adequacy of equipment to traffic must be based upon a consideration 
of the bona lide demands made by prospective passengers or shippers 
and the delays to which they were subjected before their demands 
were satisfied. 

The purpose of the summaries which follow is to show under an 
appropriate classification of railway equipment the number of the 
various kinds of locomotives in use, classified with regard to various 
physical characteristics, and the number and capacity of freight cars 
of various classes. From these summaries the great diversity of 
existing raihvay equipment in the United States is apparent. 

Condensed Statement of Classikication of Locomotives.* 



Item. 


Single expf 
Votal. 

4S,300 


insinn. 


Four-cylinder 
compound. 


Tvt'o-cylinder 
compound. 


Average. i Total. 


Average. 


Total. 


Average. 


Number 




1,767 




• 887 


Tractive power pounds. . 

Grate surface square feet. . 

Heating surface do 

Weight, exclusive of tender. tons . 
Weigiit on drivers do 


l,174,aT2,238 

1,519,774 

89,916.307 

3,107,828 

2,592,167 


24,307 
31 

1,862 
06 
54 


58,007.051 

83,732 

5,423,911 

173.355 

131,823 


33,168 

47 

3,070 

OS 

75 


27,094,384 

33,864 

2,302,904 

74,789 

62,029 


31,561 

38 

2,596 

84 

70 



*Ex»ludes 718 unciassified Iccoinotlves. 



From the summary above given, taken in connection with the 
corresponding summary for Jime 30, 1905, it appears that the num- 
ber of single-expansion locomotives increased during the year from 
45,033 to 48,300, an increase of 3,267, or 7.25 per cent, while two- 
cylinder compound locomotives increased in number only 17, less 
than 2 per cent, and four-cylinder compound decreased in number 
26, or more than 1 per cent. The tractive power of the average 
single-expansion locomotive increased from 23,178 pounds to 24,307 
pounds, and its grate surface increased from 30 square feet to 31 
square feet; its heating surface increased from 1,759 square feet to 
1,862 square feet; its weight, exclusive of tender, increased from 62 
to 66 tons, and its weight on drivers increased from 61 tons to 64 
tons. Tlie changes in these features of the averages of the two classes 
of compoimd locomotives are much less marked. 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Detailed Classification of Locomotives.* 
a.— single- expansion locomotives. 



ClasaA1,0000> 

CloS8A5,O0O00>. 

A wrage per locDmoI Ivp. . , 
Clasa Afl. OOOOOtta 

Ave f ugB j>n r locoai otiro . . . 
CloasB2,OOo> 

.Averaeoporlocoraotlve ,, 
ClaMB3.000a, ■ 

AvoMgopcrlocomotlvB .. 
CUaaU*. 00OOd> 

AVomgoperioconiDtlre ,, 
CliusB$.00000a> 

AveroEP poc locomotive. . . 
ClnssCl Ooo> 

AveragepsrloconiDtlve... 
ClasiCa. OOoo> 

cittMC3,000&a> 

AVeTugfl (KriOCOIDOlivi!. . . 

Cla59Ci.00O0oo> 

Av*rdgfl jipr lopomoUvp 
CIsaaTlS, oOO > 

AviToge pedocMitnolnc 
ClaMD3.oOOO> 

Avcragppfjrlocomoth'e 
t'laHE2,oOOo>- 

Av^tBgftp'f locomotlvB , 
Cl««»E3, oOOOo;- 

AvtTi^ pcriocomotlve . 
ClQHaEioOOOOo 

Avpragrpef locomotive . 
ClaaESpoOOOOOoj 

A verogB perloeomot ve. . , 
CUsiiFa, o00oo> 

AvemEO pefiocoRiotlrc 
ClaMF3,oOOOooV 

ATOiagolifif loconiotl™, . 
Class 03. oaOO>. 

AvefJiBoperlocoinolEvo. . 
Classa3,oo000> 

CliiBS tl2. ooO0o> 

Avcmge pti( locomollvo , 
CUmTIS, ooOOOo>. 



T^ctlve 


a raw 


power. 


surface. 


Pound!. 


Sq.ft. 


13,903,049 




M,3C3 




i3e,e(c,ra3 


142,059 






4,717,510 


0,447 






xn.m 


« 


70,1S5 


72 
72 








15 


.1",2S1,B72 




!!,330 


27 


455,066,611 


577,138 


33,955 


43 






40,405 


69 


34,21J 




5,702 


13 


I52,31S,0!8 


223,729 


14,739 


22 


2I1«,265,043 




22,46T 




17,878,607 


22,111 


33,aifi 


42 


133,505 




10,270 




IM.SIO 


140 


14,930 


20 


2,091,783 




21,365 


S9 


14,963,0«4 


24,295 


29,513 


48 


6,741,244 


7,147 


45,207 


56 


01,840 


58 


91,840 


58 


26,640,034 


60,797 


23,744 




H,178,496 


23,337 


29,997 


49 


278,115 


393 


8,971 




78,100 


92 


19, (B5 


23 


638,759 


1,052 


11, BM 


19 


1,338,729 


2.126 


29,280 


48 


21,420 


as 


10,710 


18 



I Weight, i Weight 



338, 56S 

68 

10,724 



'2(« 


r™,. j 


fflS 


33 




338,568 


V,l 




422 


10,724 


733 


63 


141 


1,823 


ftCO 




600 


167 


552 


1,1« 


987 


33 


219 


314,898 






654 


,090,464 


375 


81 




1,077 


90S 


98 


205 


148 




25 




487,700 


311 


47 


405 


604,808 


910 


66 




44,786 


411 


84 


119 


382 






372 


364 




52 


009 


8,139 


4IB 


83 


030 


48,251 


088 


95 


Ml 


17,924 






790 


138 


790 


138 


491 




830 


£8 


460 


60,214 


381 


105 




1,009 


010 


32 






018 






2,829 


FTiO 


52 


sn6 


4,324 


746 


98 


086 


130 


043 


65 



34,091 
68 

12,243 



• ExdDdes 718 usclaulBed 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



81. 



Detailed Classification of Locomotives — Continued. 

A.— SINGLE-EXPANSION LOCOMOTIVES— Continued. 



Class. 



Class 13. ooOOOoO 

Average per locomotive. 

Class J2. oooOO> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class K2, oooOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 

Class K3, ooo 00 Oo> ... 
Average per locomotive. 



Number. 



45 



17 



Tractive 
power. 



Poundt. 

131,199 

18,743 

41,980 

8,396 

1,391,430 

30,921 

439,474 

25,851 



Grate 
surface. 



Sq.ft, 
146 
21 
74 

.15 

2,198 

49 

828 

49 



Heating 
surface. 



Sq.ft. 

8,489 

1,213 

3,534 

707 

131,998 

2,933 

44,702 

2,630 



Weight, 
exclusive 
of tender. 



Tons. 

602 

72 

240 

50 

4,846 

108 

1,734 

102 



Weight 

on 
drivers. 



Tons. 

234 

83 

142 

2S 

67 

1,090 

64 



B.-FOUR-CYLINDER COMPOUND LOCOMOTIVES. 



Class. 



Class A2, 00> 

Average per locomotive . 
Class B3, 0000> 

Average per locomotive . 
Class B4, OOOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class B5, OOOOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 

Class C2, 0000> 

Average per looomotlve. 

Classes, OOOoo> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class £3, oOOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class E4, 000000> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class E5, oOOGGGO 

Average per locomotive. 
Class F2, oOOoO> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class F3, oOOOoO> 

Average per locomotive. 

Class 02, ooOO 

Average per locomotive. 
Class H2, ooOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 



Nuniljer. 



151 
540 



4 

10 



407 
165 



51 
139 



241 
45 



2 
10 



Tractive 


Grate 


power. 


surface. 


Pounds. 


Sq.ft. 


10,024 


23 


5,012 


11 


4,244,093 


5,773 


28,107 


38 


20,691,320 


28,206 


38,317 


52 


216,220 


215 


54,055 


54 


122,964 


424 


12,296 


42 


10,869,712 


16,557 


20,707 


41 


4,773,840 


8,636 


28,032 


52 


2,066,120 


2,259 


40,512 


44 


8,723,200 


8,131 


02,757 


58 


5,206,322 


10,536 


21,611 


44 


1,438,472 


2,391 


31,966 


53 


14,834 


39 


7,417 


19 


227,930 


540 


22,793 


54 



Heating 
surface. 


Weight, 
exclusive 
of tender. 


Sq.ft. 


Tons. 


809 


39 


404 


19 


357,411 


12,416 


2,367 


82 


1,536,572 


52, 119 


2,846 


97 


19,170 


406 


4,792 


124 


14,502 


560 


1,450 


57 


1,109,411 


35,521 


2,726 


87 


599,034 


16,925 


3,631 


103 


195,462 


5,683 


3,833 


111 


666,644 


20,457 


4,796 


147 


729,304 


22,935 


3,026 


95 


159,607 


5,065 


3,547 


113 


1,045 


56 


522 


28 


34,880 


1,055 


3,488 


105 



Weight 

on 
drivers. 



Tons, 

30 

19 

10,600 

70 

45,727 

85 

442 

110 

365 

36 

26,606 

65 

11,521 

70 

4,382 

86 

16,290 

117 

11,857 

40 

3,392 

75 

42 

21 

551 

55 



12689—07- 



82 



BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Detailed Classification of Locomotives — Continued. 

C— TWO-CYLINDER COMPOUND LOCOMOTIVES, 



Class. 



Class A3, 000> 

Avcra^ per locomotive. 
Gass B3, OOOo> 

Average per locomotive. 
Class B4, 00000> 

Average "per locomotive. 

Class C2, OOoo> 

Average per locomotive. 

Class C3, OOOoo> 

Average jxsr locomotive. 
Class C4, OOOOoO 

Average per locomotive. 
Class E3, oOOOo> 

Average jxsr locomotive. 

Class G2, ooOO> 

Average per locomotive. 



Nmnber. 



24 



138 



878 



267 



49 



20 



Tractive 
power. 



Potmda. 

684,035 

28,S39 

3,603,781 

26,114 

14,019,003 

37,087 

31,371 

7,843 

7,303,092 

27,352 

1,523,695 

31,096 

820,300 

31,550 

8,207 

8,207 



Grate 
sarfacc. 


Heating 
surface. 


Sq.ft. 


Sq.ft. 


666 


Z7,222 


28 


1,651 


4,304 


254,236 


31 


1,842 


10,473 


1,100,280 


44 


2,911 


57 


2,539 


14 


635 


9,261 


700,722 


35 


2,624 


1,S04 


123,527 


37 


2,521 


1,282 


83,850 


49 


3,226 


17 


528 


17 


528 



Weight, 
exclusive 
of tender. 



Welglit 

on 
drivers. 



Tons. 

1,547 

64 

10,089 

73 

34,365 

91 

103 

26 

22,034 

83 

4,189 

85 

2,464 

95 

28 

28 



Tons, 

1,647 
64 

8,652 
02 
30,058 
80 
60 
17 
16,521 
62 

3,505 
72 

1,762 
68 
20 
20 



The above summary submits a detailed classification of locomo- 
tives under the three general headings already discussed. A corre- 
sponding analysis will bo found in the annual report for the year 
ending Jime 30, 1905, from a comparison of which with this may be 
seen the change in the number of locomotives of any particular class. 
In this connection it should be stated that the apparent increase in the 
number of locomotives of Class E-2 (single expansion) is largely due 
to an erroneous classification made by one carrier in its 1905 returns, 
its locomotives of this class having been returned in its report for 
June 30, 1905, as being of the Class F-2. 

The next summary submits a classified statement of freight cars 
according to kind and capacity. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



88 



Classification of Freight Oars, bt Capacitt. 



Item. 



Class I. Class II. 

Capacities Capacities 
in the m the 
10.000'B 20.000'8 

of pounds, of pounds. 



Box cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Flat cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Stock cars: 

Number 

Aggr^fate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Coal cars: 

Number 

Aggr^pate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Tank cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Refrigerator cars: 

Number 

Aggr^^te capacity tons. . 

Average • 

Other cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

A verage 

Total: 

Number 

AggVQgate capacity . .tons. 
Average 



216 

1,614 

7 

569 
3,64Cr 
61 

69 

508 

8 

1,559 

8,171 

5 

1 
6 
6 

1 

8 
8 

1,319 

6,874 

5 



3,734 

20,881 

6 



2,635 

34,101 

13 

2,217 

24,717 

11 

105 

1,256 

12 

735 

8,391 

11 

478 

0,013 

13 

33 

420 

13 

1,823 

18,342 

10 



8,026 

93,246 

12 



Class III. 

Capacities 

in the 

80.000's 

of pounds. 



10,868 

163,098 

15 

4,479 

67,555 

15 

1,016 

15,245 

15 

1,591 

24,452 

15 

112 

1,901 

17 

92 

1,381 

15 

1,445 

21,799 

15 



19,003 

295,431 

15 



Class IV. 

Capacities 

in the 

40.000*8 

of pounds. 



117,122 

2,352,459 

20 

34,374 

687,487 

20 

13,393 

268,972 

20 

07,152 

1,466,537 

22 

225 

4,500 

20 

3,318 

66,360 

20 

8,551 

171,934 

20 



244,135 

5,018,249 

21 



Class V. 

Capacities 

in the 

GO.000'8 
of pounds. 



89,424 

2,243,115 

25 

16,096 

402,502 

25 

12,148 

303,700 

25 

62,961 

1,574,077 

25 

156 

4,229 

25 

6,197 

155,684 

25 

8,962 

224,050 

25 



195,944 

4,907,357 

25 



Class VI. 

Capacities 

in the 

60,000's 

of pounds. 



466,684 

14,023,106 

30 

49,237 

1,478,924 

30 

84,685 

1,041,405 

30 

188,345 

5,658,903 

30 

1,140 

34,200 

30 

19,315 

579,450 

30 

9,238 

278,220 

30 



768,647 

23,094,297 

30 



34 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification of Freight Cars, bt Capacity — Continued. 



Item. 



Class VII. 

Capacities 
in the 
TO.OOO's 

of pounds. 



Box cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Flat cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Stock cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Coal cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Tank cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Refrigerator cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

Average 

Other cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. . 

A verage 



Total: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity , 
Average 



.tons. . 



ClassVIII. Class IX. 
Capacities Capacities 



12,018 

420,630 

35 

7,735 

271,163 

35 



0,307 

228,187 

35 

80 

2,840 

35 

1,188 

41,580 

35 

2,041 

92,435 

35 



30,160 

1,056,835 

35 



m the 

80,000'8 

of pounds. 



119,016 

4,700,640 

40 

25,784 

1,031,562 

40 

2,264 

90,560 

40 

202,842 

8,139,947 

40 

1,489 

59,560 

40 



in the 

go.ooo's 

of pounds. 



aassX. 

Capacities 

m the 

lOO.OOO's 
of pounds. 



Class XI. 

Capacities 

m the 

110.000's 

of poimdb. 



10,941 

437,890 

40 



362,336 

14,520,150 

40 



187 

8,518 

45 



2,349 

105,705 

45 

1 

48 
48 

1,638 

73,710 

45 



4,175 

187,981 

45 



25,132 

1,256,600 

50 

6,202 

310,200 

50 

522 

26,100 

50 

151,924 

7,603,313 

50 

1,642 

82,100 

50 



10,489 

524,450 

50 



195,911 

9,802,763 

50 



4 

220 

55 



Class XII. 

Capacities 

in the 

120.000'8 

of pounds. 



508 

27,940 

55 



163 

8,965 

55 



676 

37,125 

55 



14 

843 

60 



44 

2,640 
GO 



12 

720 

GO 



70 

4,203 

GO 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



85 



Classification op Freight Cars, by Capacity — Continued. 



Item. 



Boxcars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Flat cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Stock cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Coal cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Tank cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Refrigerator cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 

Other cars: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity tons. 

Average 



Total: 

Number 

Aggregate capacity, .tons . 
Average 



Class XIII. 

Capacities 

in the 

ld0,000'8 

of pounds. 



Class XIV. 

Capacities 

m the 

140.000'8 

of pounds. 



Class XV. 

Capacities 

in the 

ISO.OOO's 

of pounds. 



9 

675 

75 



Class XX. 

Capacities 

m the 

200.000's 

of pounds. 



9 

675 

75 



1 
100 
100 



200 

20,000 

100 



201 

20,100 

100 



Total, 

Classes 

I to XX. 



843,118 

25,255,362 

30 

146,908 

4,288,106 

29 

64,202 

1,747,806 

27 

686,717 

24,868,353 

36 

5,324 

195,397 

37 

31,782 

918,509 

29 

55,584 

1,785,679 

32 



> 1,833,635 

50,059,302 

32 



> Excludes 4,279 cars in freight service for which complete returns were not secured. 



36 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



The following series of summaries shows the extent to which cars 
and locomotives of the various classes named are fitted with train 
brakes and automatic couplers. 

Comparative Statement of Equipment, and op Equipment Fitted with Train 
Brake and Automatic Coupler, for the Years ending June 30, 1906 to 

1889. 



Veur. 



1900. 
1905. 
1904. 
1903. 
1902. 
1901. 
1900. 
1899. 
1808. 
1897. 
imi. 
1895. 
1894. 
1893. 
1892. 
1891. 
1800. 
1889. 



Total 
equipment. 


Increase. 


Equip- 
ment fitted 
with train 

brake. 


Increase. 


Equip- 
ment fitted 
with auto- 
matic 

coupler. 

1,989,796 


Increase. 


2,010,584 


119,356 


1,827,789 


186,394 


118,206 


1,891,228 


46,924 


1,641,395 


86,623 


1,871,590 


48,660 


1,845,304 


48,044 


1,554,772 


92,513 


1,823,030 


52,472 


1,797,260 


116,850 


1,462; 259 


155,414 


1,770,558 


122,028 


1,681,410 


90,993 


1,306,845 


142,797 


1,648,530 


98,690 


1,600,417 


101,916 


1,104,048 


158,319 


1,549,840 


145,708 


1,488,601 


75,882' 


1,005,729 


197,655 


1,404,132 


266,413 


1,412,619 


50,211 


808,074 


166,812 


1,137,719 


228,145 


1,362,408 


28,942 


641,262 


115,976 


909,574 


230,849 


1,333,466 


U33 


525,286 


76,432 


678,726 


133,142 


1,333,599 


27,339 


448,854 


86,356 


545,583 


136,727 


1,306,260 


* 17,310 


362,498 


31,506 


408,856 


61,235 


1,313,570 


4,836 


330,992 


31,965 


357,621 


35,383 


1,308,734 


60,606 


299,027 


42,158 


322,238 


77,904 


1,248,228 


27,139 


256,869 


68,537 


244,334 1 


75,299 


1,221,039 


21,282 


188,332 


39,505 


169,036 


63,716 


1,199,807 


101,205 


148,827 


20,668 


115,319 


34,809 


1,098,602 




128,159 




80,610 













» Decrease. 
Summary of Equipment Fitted with Train Brake — Locomotives. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.. 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII 
Group IX... 
Group X 



United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 



States, 1906, 
States, 1905. 
States, 1904. 
States, 1903. 
States, 1902. 
states, 1901 . 
states, 1900. 
states, 1899. 
states, 1898. 
states, 1897. 
states, 1896. 



Increase, 1906. over 1005. 



Passen- 
ger. 


Freight. 


Switch- 
ing. 


Unclas- 
sified. 


Total in 
service. 


Leased. 


1,234 


1,219 


516 


33 


3,002 


20 


3,263 


7,462 


2,012 


66 


12,803 


» 784 


1,607 


4,597 


1,612 


11 


7,917 


738 


431 


1,556 


265 


296 


2,548 


752 


841 


2,166 


57B 


471 


4,054 


j 691 


2,095 


5,865 


1,610 


24 


9,594 


238 


399 


1,017 


259 


2 


1,677 


i « 


1,187 


3,265 


830 


9 


5,291 


497 


419 


1,137 


279 


18 


1,853 


1 95 


653 


1,421 


244 


129 


2,447 


7 


12,219 


29,705 


8,203 


1,059 


51,186 


! 3,828 


11,585 


27,742 


7,628 


921 


47,876 


3,257 


11,210 


26,881 


7,241 


814 


46,146 


2,703 


10,524 


25,195 


6,654 


773 


43,146 


2,154 


10,252 


23,357 


6,200 


691 


40,400 


1,229 


10,107 


22,421 


5,336 


640 


38,404 


1,049 


9,750 


21,071 


4,881 


615 


36,217 


815 


9,798 


19,928 


4,363 


641 


34,628 


938 


9,845 


19,414 


3,877 


340 


33,476 


1,312 


9,899 


18,796 


3,666 


366 


32,727 


1,778 


9,816 


17,021 


3,403 


392 


31,532 


2,138 


634 


1,€63 


575 


138 


3,310 


571 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



37 



Summary of Equipment Fitted with Train Brake — Garb. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States, 1906 

United States, 1905 

United States, 1904 

United States, 1903 

United States, 1902 

United States, 1901 

United States, 1900 

United States, 1899 

United States, 1896 

United States, 1897 

United States, 1896 

Increase, 1906 over 1905 



Passen- 
service. 



Freight 
servioe. 



4,824 
11,697 
5,168 
1,734 
3,049 
6,933 
1,245 
3,488 
1,290 
2,491 



41,919 
40,403 
39,455 
37,794 
36,654 
35,502 
34,274 
33,393 
33,149 
33,078 
32,413 



1,516 



53,768 
436,338 
319,355 

83,725 
135,602 
345,782 

53,480 
157,643 

47,124 

56,315 



1,689,141 

1,515,.354 

1,434,386 

1,358,123 

1,204,929 

1,071,768 

920,466 

730,670 

567,409 

453,688 

379,058 



173,787 



Com- 
pany's 
servl 



ly's 
rioe. 



2,190 
7,124 
4,758 
1,823 
3,555 
7,890 
2,417 
8,249 
2,691 
4,846 



Total in 
servioe. 



60,782 
455,150 
329,281 

87,282 
142,206 
360,005 

57, 151 
169,330 

51, 105 

63,652 



Leased. 



1,066 
08,299 
76,974 
32,913 
37,284 
18, 167 
304 
31,007 

3,f.92 
573 



45,543 

37,702 

34,785 

29,196 

24,862 

18,294 

14,773 

9,383 

7,228 

5,793 

5,851 



1,770,603 I 

1,503,519 ! 

1,508,626 

1,419,113 

1,266,445 

1,125,644 

960,512 I 

773,446 I 

607,786 jj 

492,550 i 

417,322 



300,339 
244,560 
211,223 
212,520 
165,674 
127,066 
103,173 

of, oOiT 

72,168 
43,733 
43,879 



Fast ! 
freight 

line I 

servioe. ^ 



\ 



769 
18,431 
11,214 



54f7 

598 
1 



31,560 
29,782 
33,287 
27,929 
30,371 
31,388 
30,592 
22,477 
24,605 
22,111 
19,961 



7,781 



183,084 



56,759 



1,778 



Summary op Equipment Fitted with Automatic Coupler — Locomotives. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States, 1906 

United SUtes, 1905 

United States, 1904 

United States, 1903 

United States, 1902 

United States, 1901 ...... 

United States, 1900 

United States, 1899 

United States, 1898 

United States, 1807 

United States, 1896 

Inoraaae, 1900 over 1906 



Passen- 
ger. 



1,229 

3,267 

1,697 

425 

841 

2,095 

399 

1,187 

402 

045 



-12,177 

11,536 

11,113 

10,110 

9,462 

8,870 

7,431 

6,128 

5,105 

4,687 

4,503 



641 



Freight. 


Switch- 
ing. 

522 


Unclassi- 
fied. 


Total In 
service. 


Leased. 


1,218 


34 


3,003 


i 20 


7,402 


2,138 


65 


12,922 


, 813 


4,592 


1,648 


11 


7,948 


740 


1,551 


269 


290 


2,541 1 


751 


2,162 


601 


470 


4,074 ' 


691 

t 


5,802 


1,633 


24 


9,614 


239 


1,017 


259 


2 


1,677! 


6 


3,209 


829 


10 


5,295 
1,800 


498 


1,100 


279 


19 


98 


1,396 


244 


110 


2,395 


7 


29,629 


8,422 


1,041 


51,269 


{ 3,863 


27,608 


7,852 


895 


47,945' 


) 3,288 


26,772 


7,611 


779 


46,175 


2,703 


24,935 


6,880 


710 


42,644 


1 2,165 


22,166 


6,167 


547 


38,341 


1,109 


20,342 


5,246 


459 


34,917 ] 


1 1,028 


16,289 


3,973 


388 


28,081 


765 


9,300 


2,026 


260 


17,714 


487 


6,229 


1,199 


.228 


12,761 


518 


4,192 


741 


168 


9,788 


632 


3,373 


594 


166 


8,635 


444 


1,907 


670 


146 


3,324 


676 



38 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary op Equipment Fitted with Automatic Coupler — Cars. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.., 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII. 
Group IX... 
Group X 



United States, 1906: 
United States, 1905. 
United States, 1904. 
United States, 1903. 
United States, 1902. 
United States, 1901. 
United States, 1900. 
United States, 1899. 
United States, 1898. 
United States, 1897. 
United States, 1896. 



Increase, 1906 over 1905. 



Pasaen- 
service. 


Freight 
service. 


Com- 
panv's 
servioe. 


1 

Total In 
service. 


1 

! 

Leased. 


4,784 


56,574 


2,788 


1 
64,146 


1,472 


11,583 


464,222 


15,770 


491,575 


99,259 


5,139 


354,402 


11,663 


371,204 


77,615 


1,690 


90,979 


3,351 


96,020 


32,913 


3,048 


142,323 


6,831 


152,202 


37,353 


6,959 


381,093 


13,661 


401,713 


18,824 


1,250 


55,537 


3,155 


50,951 


304 


.3,485 


170,561 


9, 894 


183,040 


31,935 


1,266 


48,226 


3,320 


52,812 


4,611 


2,397 


56,937 


5,630 


64,964 


573 


41,610 


1,820,854 


70,063 


1,938,527 1 


304,839 


40,050 


1,715,854 


67,741 


1,823,646 ! 


250.001 


39,150 

1 ' 


1,674,427 


63,278 


1,770,855 


221,017 ' 


37,568 


1,032,330 


68,010 


1,727,914 


227.078 ': 


36,394 


1,520,997 


62,798 


1,610,189 


180,804 


35,379 


1.434,075 


45,469 


1.514,923 , 


140,580 


33,927 


1,307,559 


34.565 


1,, 376, 061 


122,600 


32,891 


1,067,338 


19,776 


1,120,005 


95,152 


32,697 


851,533 


12,583 


896,813 


97,784 


32.661 


629,399 


6,877 


668,937 


57,972 


31,846 


500,233 


4,860 


536,948 


66,269 


1,660 

1 


105,000 


8,322 


114,882 


54,798 



Fast 
freight 

line 
service. 



777 
18,753 
11,444 



556 
508 

1 



32. 129 
33, 457 
37,934 
34,576 
39,722 
41,876 
42,512 
31,630 
34,301 
30,150 
25, 174 



U,328 



» Decrease. 

Comparative Summary of Cars Fitted and Cars not Fitted with Train 
Brake and Automatic Coupler, for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 



Classification. 



Passenger service: 

First class 

Second class 

Combination 

Emigrant 

Dining 

Parlor 

Sleeping 

Baggage, express, and postal 
Other cars 

Total 



Total 

number of 

cars. 



19,364 

4,128 

5,432 

186 

711 

703 

489 

9,892 

1,357 



42,262 



Fitted 

with train 

brake. 



19,317 

4,054 

5,355 

185 

711 

703 

488 

9,875 

1,231 



41,919 



Not fitted 

with train 

brake. 



Fitted 
with auto- 
matic 
coupler. 



47 

74 

77 

1 



1 

17 
126 



343 



19,239 

4,038 

5,362 

186 

707 

702 

488 

9,870 

1,018 



41,610 



Not 
fitted 
with au- 
tomatic 
coupler. 



125 
90 
70 



4 

1 

1 

22 

339 



652 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Comparative Sommaht op Cars Ftited and Cars not Fittbu with Train 
Bbarb and Automatic Couplbr, for thb Year endiko June 30, 1906— Contd. 



aauiflcatloD. 


CMS. 


Fitted 
with train 

brake. 


Not fitted 

with tTsJn 

brake. 


malic 
coupler. 


Not 
atted 

wlthau- 

ooupler. 


Prtight Kr^■l=6: 


844,93* 

5,3M 
56,03S 


783,821 
126,374 

Gl,&52 
635,240 


01,015 

M,fiM 

62,211 

248 
fi,7M 


841,366 
114,132 

03,802 
fiB4,628 
5,280 
31,778 
49,579 


3,681 
3,4tS 












40 








C45B 








1,S37,(.H 


1,080,141 


118,773 


1,820,854 


17,«10 




Id company's eervke: 


20,831 
1,490 
73,200 
32,704 


17, 4« 
1,081 
10,389 
15,911 


3,177 
18,793 


19,738 
1,450 
22,967 
31,201 










40 
















78,730 


4J,S43 


33,193 


70,063 


2,673 






1,8S8,M2 


1, no, 003 


182,300 


1,038,527 


20,385 






30S,36I 
33,H38 


300,338 
31,560 


5,022 
008 


304,850 
32,129 













Classification < 



1 Train Brake, : 





Circp. 










UDlted 




'■ 


u. 




IV. V. ; VJ. 


VII. 


vm' IX. 


X. 

97 
SSS 


Btat«a. 




2,805 


0,130 
787 
1,640 

123 

2,485 


1,1)38 
*53 

3 
1.428 


710 
162 

6 

;l 

409 


wo 


2,9«] 
776 

330 
1,72B 


sa 


057 


507 


317 








S,35J 






22 

43 

849 
238 


47 
JI9 


57 
877 


SSI 












Bt«Bw>.eip>M>.>^P<«t>l. 


B,87B 








,n. 


n,m 


S,1«S 


1,734 




1,2*6 


















' 





40 EEPOai OF TJSS INTSBSTATB COUMEECB COMMISSION. 

Clisbification op Cahs i« Fkeioht Sbrvicb Fitted with Train Bkakb, by 




ClMS. 


Group. 




I. 


II. 


111. 


IV. 1 V. j VI. ,VII. 


VIII. , IX. 


X. 




cacers' and par 


W 
113 
852 

1,MT 


93 
3,719 


87 
3,270 

917 
1,341 


M 

317 
U 
761 

as2 


88 1 137 ' 32 
089 ; 3,711 : 829 

loo j ise ^ 30 

1,DS4 1,974 ' 470 
l,BBl ' !,tiSl» l,OM 


120 ' 3S 
4.7*9 TV 


1.340 


708 








1,800 


713 




Other rudw* In Gom- 
p.nr'. MTvioe. 


15, 9U 




i.m 


r,iM 


4,7M 


1,833 


3,6H| 7, mo 3,417 


8,349 


2,001 


4,84a 


4(,M 






1,086 
TOS 


98. »a 

18,431 


70,974 
11,314 


32,913 


37,184 ]l8,15? 304 


'Z 


3.003 


B73 


300.339 


jHt (relBht line wrvlce. . 




1 1 





GLAsamcATioM OF Cars ii 



a Automatic Couple i 



Cl>u. 










Ore 


?■ 








X. 




t. 


II. 

B,IH 

1.5» 
111 

83 

3.480 

391 


III, 
1,040 

sra 
« 

130 
3 

1,42» 


IV. 

700 
190 

E 

14 

3 


390 

1 

37 


B08, 
Id 

tss. 

104 1 


VII. 


VIII. 


IX. 




Fl«tcl«5 


1B8 


1,338 
4Q4 


SOS 

tl9 


123 

19 

G93 
72 






4,038 










43 


30 


Jfl 
17 
67 
870 
72 


bS 








„ 1 




Boggsge. aipr™, uid poitol. 


9.sro 








.«,„.». 


5,13fl 


'■"" 


.,» 


0,0S9 




1,2« 


i,3al 






■ 




' 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 41 

B Automatic Coupler, 



Flat 

fltoek 

Coal 

Tinfc 

Befrlgemtot. . 
Other can.... 

Total.... 



T.DSI 18,467 X 
1,596 a.S12 21 
H.t!2 «l,a05 « 



VII, VIII, I IX. X, 

B 31,02| X 

s e,o8o ' 

B,Tflt I< 



4,7201 T,1W eS4,e2B 



2 90,079142.113381, 003 6 



C1JL8SIPICA.TION OP Cass in Coufany's Sbrvice, Cabs Leased, i 
Fast FREicnr-Li.sE Service, Fitted with Automatic Coupler, i 



CUSL 


Group. 




I- 


II, 

94 
3,040 

S,U3 

0,646 


111- 


IV. 


V. 


VI. 


VII. 


VIIL 


IX. 


X. 




Offl«"'andp»y 


200 
1,028 


4.004 
4,325 


38 

557 

l,10S 
1,488 


S7 

a,ioa 


4,386 


832 


120 
4.983 

21" 

2.510 


34 

■n 
rsa 

1,735 


60 

00 

3,SS0 


707 








Other road cars Id com- 












2,788 


15, no 


11.603 


3,351 


B,831 




B.8B4 


3,33} 


5,030 














1,472 
T77 


00, 2» 

18.7a 


11,414 


32, OU 


37.S53 


18. aw 

GSG 


304 


31,B3S 
EOS 


4.811 




673 




Fait (relght lino aairU*.. 











MEN EMPLOYED ON BAILWAY8. 

1. Summary of Employees, by Classes. 

2. Classification of Employees, by Groups. 

3. Distribution of Employees, by Class of Work. 

4. Average Daily Compensation of Railway Employees. 

5. Total Amount of Compensation Paid Railway Employees. 
The following summaries show the number of employees on the 

pay rolls of reporting carriers on June 30, 1906, also the compensation 
receired. These data are classified in various ways and certain 
averages have been computed from them. The figures which give 
the average daily compensation are not entirely satisfactory and 
can not be made so until some satisfactory rule has been found for 
reducing piece work to a time basis. 

The first of these summaries gives a classified statement of rail- 
way employees, showing the number on the date named and the 
aasigmnent of the number in each class per 100 miles of operated 
line. This statement is made comparative for the period of eleven 



42 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Comparative Summary op Employees, by Class and per 100 Miles op Line, 

FOR the Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1896. 



1900. 



1905. 



1904. 



Class. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machiulstfi 

Carpenters .• . . . 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and 
watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

Employees— account floating equipment . 
All other employees and laborers 

Total 



J^uml)er. 


Per 100 

miles 

of line. 


6,090 


3 


6,705 


3 


57,210 


26 


34,940 


16 


138,778 


62 


59,865 


27 


02,678 


28 


43,936 


20 


119,087 


53 


51,253 


23 


63,830 


29 


199,940 


90 


40,463 


18 


343,791 


155 


49,650 


22 


36,090 


16 


8,314 


4 


198,736 


89 


1,521,355 


684 



Number. 



5,536 

5,706 

51,284 

35,245 

125,180 
54,817 
57,892 
41,061 

111,405 
47,018 
56,089 

176,348 
38,217 

311,185 
45,532 

31,963 

8,753 

178,965 



1,382,196 



Per 100 

miles 

of line. 



2 
3 
24 
16 
58 
25 
27 
10 
51 
22 
26 
81 
18 
143 
21 

15 

4 

82 



Number. 



5,165 

5,375 

46,037 

34,918 

120,002 
52,451 
56,004 
39,645 

106,734 
46,272 
53,646 

159,472 
37,609 

289,044 
46,262 

30,425 

7,495 

160,565 



637 1,296,121 



Per 100 

miles 

of line. 



2 
3 
22 
16 
57 
25 
26 
19 
50 
22 
25 
75 
18 
136 
22 

14 

3 

76 



611 



Class. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Maoh inist s 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, 
and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

Employees— account floating equip- 
ment. 

AU other employees and laborers 

ToUl 



1903. 



Number. 



4,842 

5,201 

42,218 

34,892 

120,724 
52,903 
56,041 
39,741 

104,885 
44,819 
56,407 

154,635 
37,101 

300,714 
49,961 

30,964 
7,949 

168,430 



1,312,537 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



1902. 



1901. 



2 
3 
21 
17 
59 
26 
27 
19 
51 
22 
27 
75 
18 
147 
24 

15 
4 

82 



639 



Number. 


Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 

2 


4,816 


5,039 


3 


37,570 


19 


33,478 


17 


105,433 


53 


48,318 


24 


50,651 


25 


35,070 


18 


91,383 


46 


39,145 


19 


51,698 


26 


136,. 579 


68 


35,700 


18 


281,075 


140 


50,480 


25 


28,244 


14 


7,426 


4 


147,201 


73 


1,189,315 


504 



Number. 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



1900. 



4,780 
4,923 
34, n8 
32,204 
94,847 
45,292 
47,166 
32,092 
84,493 
34,698 
48,940 

120,550 
33,817 

239,166 
47,576 

26,606 
7,423 

131,722 



1,071,160 



2 
3 
18 
17 
49 
23 
24 
16 
43 
18 
25 
62 
17 
122 
24 

14 
4 

67 



648 



Number. 


Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 


4,916 


3 


4,660 


2 


32,265 


17 


31,610 


16 


89,851 


47 


42,837 


22 


44,130 


23 


29,957 


16 


74,274 


39 


32,831 


17 


46,666 


24 


114,773 


60 


33,085 


17 


226,799 


118 


50,789 

OR 01Q 


26 
19 



7,697 



125,386 



1,017,653 



65 



STATISTICS OF 'RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



48 



Comparative Summary op Employees, by Class and per 100 Miles op Line, 
FOR TUE Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1896— Continued. 



Class. 



General officers * 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, 
and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

Employees— account floating equip- 
ment. 

AU other employees and laborers. 



Total. 



IcXW* 



Number. 



4,832 
4,294 
29,371 
30,787 
83,910 
39,970 
41,152 
28,232 
69,497 
30,377 
42,501 

103,937 
31,690 

201,708 
48,686 

23,944 
6,775 

107,261 



928,924 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 
line. 



3 
2 
16 
16 
45 
21 
22 
15 
37 
16 
23 
55 
17 
107 
26 

13 
4 

57 



495 



1898. 



Number. 



4,956 
3,925 
26,845 
30,699 
78,603 
37,939 
38,925 
26,876 
66,968 
28,832 
40,374 
99,717 
30,771 
184,494 
47,124 

22,488 
6,349 

98,673 



874,558 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 
line. 



3 
2 
15 
17 
43 
20 
21 
15 
36 
16 
22 
54 
17 
100 
25 

12 
3 

53 



1897. 



Number. 



4,890 
3,830 
26,837 
30,049 
74,569 
35,667 
36,735 
25,322 
63,673 
28,229 
37,740 
91,415 
30,414 
171,752 
43,768 

21,452 
6,409 

90,725 



474 



823,476 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 
lino. 



3 
2 

15 
16 
41 
19 
20 
14 
35 
15 
20 
50 
17 
94 
24 

12 
3 

49 



449 



1896. 



Number. 



5,372 
2,718 
26,328 
29,723 
75,919 
35,851 
36,702 
25,457 
64,806 
29,272 
38,846 
95,613 
30,372 
169,664 
44,266 

21,682 
5,502 

88,467 



826,620 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 

line. 



3 
1 

14 
16 
42 
20 
20 
14 
36 
16 
21 
53 
17 
93 
24 

12 
3 

49 



454 



On June 30, 1906, the reporting carriers had on their pay rolls 
1,521,355 persons, an increase of 139,159 persons over the correspond- 
ing figure one year earlier, as against a corresponding increase of 
86,075 during the preceding year. The increase per 100 miles of line 
was also materially greater during the year ending June 30, 1906, 
than during the preceding year, being 47 as against 26. The ratio of 
increase in total number employed was greatest in officers below the 
rank of general officers and was above the average in general office 
clerks, station men other than agents, carpenters, shopmen other 
than carpenters and machinists, trackmen other than section fore- 
men, telegraph operators and dispatchers, and in imclassified em- 
ployees and laborers. The number of station agents and of employ- 
ees — account floating equipment, was less on Jime 30, 1906, than a 
year earlier. 

The next simimary shows corresponding data by territorial groups 
and is inserted without comment. 



44 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification op Employees, by Groups, and per 100 Miles of Line. 



CUm. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men. 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Biachinists. 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing ten- 
ders, and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dis- 
patchers. 

Employee*— account floating 
equipment. 

All other employees and 
laborers. 

Total, 1906l 

Total, 1905 

Total, 1904. 

Total, 1903 

Total, 1902. 

Total, 1901 

Total, 1900. 

Total, 1800. 

Total, 1898w 

Total, 1897. 

Total, 1886. 

Increase, 1906 over 1005. 
Peroentago of increase.. 



Group I. 



Num- 
ber. 



265 

378 

3,055 

2,412 

11,397 
3,472 
3,410 
2,801 
8,034 
2,325 
3,128 
5,806 
2,092 

13,955 
3,958 

1,264 

544 

10,146 



78,532 
74,866 
74,061 
73,776 
70,055 
66,466 
64,638 
64,378 
63,161 
62,172 
H18S 



3,666 
4.00 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



3 
5 

38 
30 

140 
43 
42 
35 
99 
29 
38 
71 
26 

172 
49 



15 



124 



Group II. 



Num- 
ber. 



1,248 

1,932 
15,348 

6,905 
38,200 
15,010 
15,552 
10.961 
33,366 
18,363 
17,827 
47,685 

6,114 
64,151 
14,436 

9,127 

4,810 

52,485 



966 p73,526 
925 335,237 



919 
921 
886 
842 
827 



322,698 
326,782 
200,363 
267,024 
,000 



[247' 



832 332,K8 
830 222,025 



821 



832 214,732 



41 
4.43 



215,068 



38,289 
11.42 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



5 

8 

65 

29 

161 
63 
66 
46 

141 
78 
75 

201 
26 

271 
61 

39 

20 

222 



1,577 
1,440 
1,402 
1,436 
1,317 
1,220 
1,140 
1,100 
1,060 
1,020 
1,048 



1S7 
0.51 



Group III. I Group IV. 



Num- 
ber. 



829 
778 

7,622 

4,692 
21,282 

9,953 
10,099 

7,735 
18,901 

6,639 

7,772 
34,379 

5,667 
45,300 

7,124 

6,406 
603 

26,797 



222,668 
210,722 
189,915 
194,015 
182,672 
159,009 
156,344 
139,870 
133,127 
123,772 
128,158 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
Ifne. 



3 
3 

SO 
18 
83 
39 
39 
30 
73 
26 
30 

134 
22 

177 
28 

25 



Num- 
ber. 



104 



866 
836 
761 
799 
752 
663 
«52 
681 
557 
530 
552 



351 
648 
3,066 
2,303 
6,561 
2,842 
3,083 
2,291 
6,010 
2,160 
3,678 
9,752 
1,930 
16,124 
1,699 

2,007 

201 

7,289 



11,946 
5.67 



3.59 



72,004 
64,403 
00,307 
61,005 
52,305 
50,223 
46,072 
40,815 
41,524 
40,758 
39,864 



7,601 
11.80 



Per 

100 
miles 

of ] 
line. 



3 
5 
24 
18 
51 
22 
24 
18 
47 
17 
29 
77 
15 
126 
13 

16 



67 



564 
514 
495 
509 
440 
433 
406 
865 
375 
370 
864 



60 
9.73 



Group V. 



Num- 
ber. 



609 

825 

4,987 

4,076 

13,371 
4,970 
5,542 
3,564 

10. 175 
8,767 
6,976 

21,656 
4.093 

32,542 
4,292 

3,236 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



138,830 

122,580 

114,846 

118,558 

105,255 

92,303 

87,929 

79,386 

.73,968 

72,612 

67,540 



16,250 
13.26 



2 
3 
20 
16 
52 
20 
22 
14 
40 
15 
27 
85 
16 
128 
17 

13 



13,505 53 



545 
499 
482 
509 
464 
419 
409 
386 
304 
357 
835 



4G 
0.22 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



45 



Classification of Employees, by Groups, and per 100 Miles of Line — Contd. 



Class. 



General officors 

Other officers 

General oiSioe clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing ten- 
ders, and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dis- 
patchers. 

Employees— accoimt floating 
equipment . 

An other employees and 
laborers. 

Total, 1900 

Total, 1905 

Total, 1904 

Total, 1903 

Total, 1902 

Total, 1901 

Total, 1900 

Total. 1899 

Total, 1898 

Total, 1897 

Total, 1896 

Increase, 1906 over 1905. 
Percentage of Increase. . 



Group VI. 



Num- 
ber. 



970 

812 

10,192 

7,064 
23,256 
10,427 
10,860 

7,561 
18,762 

8,240 
11,178 
31,345 

8,767 
63,711 
10,770 

6,535 

162 

39,427 



270,029 
251,183 
234,514 
241,455 
223,173 
203,932 
202,860 
186,719 
168,761 
153,114 
156,807 



18,846 
7.50 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



Group VII. 



2 
2 
20 
14 
46 
21 
22 
15 
37 
16 
22 
63 
18 
127 
22 

13 

(») 



Num- 
ber. 



138 

100 
1.700 

993 
2,642 
1,926 
2,049 
1,319 
3,178 

924 

1,420 

6,980 

1,899 

14,553 

730 

1.310 



79 6,795 



539 
516 
493 
521 
488 
452 
456 
435 
398 
363 
375 



23 
4.46 



48,658 
37,771 
39,284 
41,350 
39,022 
35,804 
33,535 
29,325 
24,858 
23,513 
24,617 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



Group VIII. Group IX. 



10,887 
28.82 



1 

1 
15 

9 
23 
17 
18 
11 
28 

8 

12 

61 

16 

126 

6 

11 

(») 
59 



422 
237 
341 
363 
345 
320 
303 
271 
237 
224 
234 



95 
129.05 



Num- 
ber. 



780 
493 
5,242 
3,2G9 
9,584 
5,973 
6,649 
3,852 

10,718 
3,785 
5,144 

19,316 
5,069 

«2,356 
2,895 

3,270 

93 

22,478 



150,972 

140,904 

127,710 

118,769 

105,075 

89,993 

80,249 

72,012 

70,785 

64,192 

62,087 



10,068 
7.15 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 

line. 



3 

2 

17 

10 

31 

19 

21 

12 

34 

12 

16 

62 

16 

135 

9 

11 

0) 
72 



482 
463 
430 
439 
412 
373 
337 
309 
306 
282 
279 



19 
4.10 



Num- 
ber. 



472 
408 
2,669 
1,512 
4,165 
2,232 
2,264 
1,099 
4,543 
1,682 
2,813 
9,177 
2,339 
21,283 
1,172 

1,146 

251 

8,907 



68,734 
62,859 
50,874 
63,976 
55,431 
47,919 
44,615 
41,502 
35,951 
33,645 
33,927 



5,875 
9.35 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 

line. 



3 
3 

17 
10 
27 
14 
15 
11 
29 
11 
18 
59 
15 
138 
8 



2 
58 



445 
423 
387 
467 
430 
390 
375 
365 
334 
313 
313 



22 
5.20 



Group X. 



Num- 
ber. 



428 
331 
3,329 
1,714 
8,314 
3,050 
3,170 
2,063 
5,410 
3,359 
3,894 

13,844 
2,493 

29,726 
2,583 

1,783 

1,094 

10,817 



97,402 
81,671 
75,912 
72,851 
65,964 
58,436 
53,811 
42,579 
40, «» 
34,635 
34,100 



15,731 
19.26 



Per 

100 
miles 

of 
line. 



2 
2 

18 
9 
46 
17 
17 
11 
30 
19 
22 
76 
14 
163 
14 

10 

6 

69 



535 
460 
446 
442 
416 
379 
361 
291 
287 
250 
248 



75 
16.30 



1 Less than 1. 



46 



REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



The summary next shown classifies railway employees in accord- 
ance with the four main accomits into which operating expenses are 
divided. It shows by territorial groups the total number, and also 
the number per 100 miles of Une, assigned to "Greneral administra- 
tion/' '' Maintenance of way and structures," " Maintenance of equip- 
ment,'' and ''Conducting transportation." 

Distribution op Employees for the Year ending June 30, 1906, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



General ad- 
ministration. 



Num- 
ber. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

GroupX 

United States, 1906. . 
United States, 1905.. 
United States, 1904. . 
United States, 1903.. 
United States, 1902.. 
United States, 1901.. 
United states, 1900. . 
United States, 1899.. 
United states, 1898. . 
United states, 1897.. 
United States, 189G. . 



2,392 
12,250 
6,762 
3,843 
5,505 
10,604 
1,760 
6,553 
3,250 
4,135 



57,054 
54,141 
48,746 
45,222 
41,071 
38,816 
36,451 
34,170 
32,431 
31,871 
31,792 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 
line. 



29 
52 
26 
30 
22 
21 
15 
21 
21 
23 



26 
25 
23 
22 
20 



Maintenance 
of wav and 
structures. 



Num- 
ber. 



20,342 
93,993 
67,608 
22,485 
44,624 
94,281 
20,436 
62,244 
28,590 
41,276 



495,879 
448,370 
415,721 
433,648 
399,592 
20 1343,717 
19 :324,946 
18 '.287, 163 
18 261,866 

17 244,873 

18 243,627 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 

line. 



250 
397 
263 
176 
175 
188 
177 
199 
185 
227 



223 
207 
196 
211 
200 
176 
169 
153 
142 
134 
134 



Maintenance 
of equip- 
ment. 



Conducting 

trans- 
portation. 



Num- 
ber. 



11,933 
84,344 
50,378 
16,213 
31,662 
50,498 
9,488 
28,476 
14,189 
18,771 



315,952 
281,000 
261,819 
253,889 
228,280 
206,418 
197,799 
180,749 
171,600 
160,667 
167,850 



Per 
100 

miles 
of 

line. 



Num- 
ber. 



Per 
100 

miles 
of 

line. 



147 i 43,823 
356 182,346 



196 

127 

124 

101 

82 

91 

92 

103 



97,806 
29,214 
56,214 
114,601 
16,974 
53,540 
22,497 
32,805 



142 649,820 
130 595,456 

123 566,798 

124 576,881 
114 518,390 
105 479,111 
103 |450,063 

96 |417,508 
93 398,907 
88 '378,361 
92 373,747 



539 
770 
381 
229 
221 
229 
147 
171 
146 
180 



292 
274 
267 
281 
259 
245 
234 
223 
216 
206 
205 



Unclassified. 



Num- 
ber. I 



Per 

100 

miles 

of 

line. 



42 
593 
114 
249 
825 

45 



159 
208 
415 



(0 



1 
2 

2 
3 



(») 



0) 



1 
2 



2,650 
3,229 
3,037 
2,897 
1,982 
3^107 
8,394 
9,334 
9,754 
7,704 
9,609 



1 
1 
2 
1 

T 
2 
4 
5 
5 
4 
5 



1 Less than 1. 



This summary in comparison with a Uke summary for the year pre- 
vious shows that the nimiber of employees per 100 miles of line as- 
signed to '^General administration '' increased during the year from 
25 to 26; the nimiber assigned to '* Maintenance of way and struc- 
tures'' increased from 207 to 223; the number assigned to "Mainte- 
nance of equipment" increased from 130 to 142, and the number 
assigned to "Conducting transportation" increased from 274 to 292. 
The relatively greater increase in the niunber assigned to the two 
maintenance accoimts is noteworthy. 

The diversity of conditions imder which the railways in the differ- 
ent parts of the United States are operated is reflected in the density 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 4T 

of employees per 100 miles of line in the various territorial groups 
shown in the above-given summary. 

The next summary gives a comparative statement of the average 
daily compensation of the various classes during the several years of 
the last decade. It has already been suggested that for employees 
paid upon the basis of piecework or of other than time units, these 
figures are not entirely satisfactory. This, however, does not invali- 
date them when their use is confined to comparisons of the wages of 
the same classes of employees during various years. 



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1.38 
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1.83 


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1.71 
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1.73 

3,66 

1.90 
2.23 

1.70 
1.16 
1.72 

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2,04 

1.72 
1.71 


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The summaries next shown furnish corresponding statements of 
average daily compensation of the various classes of employees in 
the several territorial groups. 



REPtHtT OF THE INTERSTATE COUMERCE COMMISSION. 



CouPABATiTK Smuusy of Avbraqb Duly Coi 

FOR THB Years ending June 30, 1906 



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STATI8TICB OF KAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



AvBR.iaa Daily Compensation' of Railway Ehflotees 
Q Jdne 30, 1906 TO 1896, bt (iROUPS— t'ontinual. 



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2.32 
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3.98 
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2.66 

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2.27 
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3.39 


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1.84 

3.35 






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6.93 
2.19 
1.70 

3.07 
2.03 


2.17 

2.00 
1.90 


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3.57 

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L« 

.W 
L23 

LW 

1.U 

LM 


aao 

LH 
l.« 
LO 
.03 

l.GS 
L21 










OthrrtractaDBn 

Swi teH tendon, crimliiKtBiideni. 

Tdegifiph operalori and dla- 

palchers. 
Koiployoea— occnunt dnatlng 

AUotbereinplDyeeaand Isbonra. 


S7 

ss 


L« 
LM 
LU 
L3a 



EEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



CtaH. 


Gmupv. 


11106. lOOS. 


1004- 


1903. 


lOra. 1 1001. ' lODI). 1899. I8<«. 1 1897. 


180S. 




tos 

1.T0 

2.10 
3.41 

a. 77 

2.04 

l,flB 
LOT 

204 
LIS 


10. M 

1.M 

4.2S 
2.03 
3.2t 

1.6S 

LIS 

l.GG 


10.53 

2.09 
1.05 
1.37 
4.25 
ZOO 
3. 31 
1.88 
2.02 

l.W 
I.SO 


0-W 
4.07 

1-iO 

L33 

2.03 
3.31 

2.59 

;■« 

Le3 

LS7 

1.30 
L*S 


ia35 '10.47 9-40 
3.94 4.O5I3.OC 

LS3 l.Sj' L45 


3.G7 3.03 
2. 19 2 20 


3.40 
LM 

3.09 
LS5 

3.07 
1.71 

L7S 
LSO 

.88 

L7a 

LOI 












StallonaBonM 

Other Btfltlon ram 


1.13 
L« 
3.86 




L97 I 1.90 1 LOS , 2.01 L92 

1.75 ! L75 L71 ! L70 ' L73 
2,27 j 2,20 , 2.34 ; 2.34 ' 2.20 








l.Cfl 








Other .hopmni 

flmtionJonnnan 


1.58 1 L52' L49 LSO 
LS7 1.57 1,S2, LSO 
.90 .95 .95 : .93 
1.68 L03 L77 ;L8I 

1 ! ' 

1.80 ' L78 ; LT; 1 LB1 


L45 
.88 

L07 

1.52 


LM 

1.S3 


Bwi lob ten Jtr9, crossing Icnden, 
and watcbmen. 

piWhjrs. 
Allatbpreinployeeaand Uboieri. 


LTO 
LTl 
LIO 
LS8 


c,^ 


Group VI. 


ine. 


1B05, 


1904. 


1003. 


O.GD 
2.14 

3 71 

2.04 

2.29 
200 
L70 

L34 

LS8 
LSa 


1001. 


1000. 


1890. 1898. 


1897. { IBSS. 


OtDcrol omcpra 


1472 
7.3S 

1.97 
1.G0 

lOS 
2.48 

3.;i 

2.37 
2.70 

1.94 

1.70 

2.13 
2.11 

2.^ 


15.11 

1.95 
l.CO 

3.(0 

2-ta 


HOC 

2M5 
1.94 

3. OB 
239 

2.34 
2iW 

LOS 

L« 
210 


14.20 
7.42 
2.11 

1.80 

2.34 

2.19 

242 


13.10 
0.04 
2-10 

3.08 

3.01 
L74 

L31 

2.00 

1.94 
LOO 
LSI 


12.50 
2.10 

108 
2.23 

L07 

103 

L73 

L30 

2.07 

L02 
L03 


8.S7 1 7,10 
LS5 LiU 


laao 
J. 01 

2.14 

L03 
3.08 
2.10 
3.24 
LOO 

LOS 

L80 

LSI 

LSB 
LH 






7.01 
2.10 
L78 

1.57 

2.11 

».aa 

2.14 




Slallun t«cnta 

Other sUtloD men 






3. 25 

LM 

L99 

L63 
L23 

,.» 

LSI 
L89 


3.31 

i 

L04 

z 

LOO 






CRrmntPra 


Secllnn Joromen_ 

BulUtlUndtrt, erasing tiavien. 

itni vnUHmvn. 
Tdi^mph oporaton nnd dis- 

fimploroos-orccmiit Bomtlng 


2 


tl 


1 


88 
43 

94 

07 
90 


LOS 
LV7 

1.7a 
LSI 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



F Average Daily CoMPSNaATioN of Railway Euployees 
UNO June 30, 1906 to 189(1, by Grodps— Continucil. 



QenorBl oflkoclerka 

Stollon agsats 

Otbor >t»t!on man 

BoBinomcn 

Flramon 

CODducIora 

OHwr tralnniRn 

Uuhlnlita 

CHrpontors 

Othot shopmon 

Section loTOnwn 

Otbcr traclunen : 

ewltcta. tendera. croBilDg [tinders, 

nnd watrhmon. 
Tolograph operolorf and dts- 

Employee.*— riecount no&tlug 

All otbcr emplnyera and labaran. 



8l«tlon ngonts 

Other station man . . 

Englncman 

Flroraen 

CoDiliKton 

Other tnimnen 



Telc?gniph oporatori and dis- : 
Employma— utcount Doutlng ; 



IfltW. 1B05. 


1904. 


1603. 


lfl02. 


looi. 


1900. 


IB. 21 


11,70 


lani 


0.x- 


o.ja 


0.M 


fl,r,i 


8.20 




S.42 






7.81 


T.OI 




2.M 


2.12 


2.20 


S.22 


2.31 


2.22 


i!s! 


^M 


2.16 


2. OS 


W7 


f^ 


2.00 




♦ 27 


4,17 


4,(1R 


Afal 




S.M 


2.S8 


3,58 


147 


2.4S 


2.30 


2.n 


2.32 


3.82 




3.74 


a4s 








2., IS 




i.47 


2.22 




2.22 


2.20 


3.35 


3.20 


3.16 


2MS 


2.M 


3.00 


2.90 


2.S5 


2.49 






127 






2Xt 




2. IS 


iW 


l.MO 


l.-M 


l.fifl 


i.as 


LSD 


1.78 


L.7S 


1.74 


i.7i 


1.73 






1.^7 






l.« 




2.p 


2.07 


a.M 


421 


2.(H 


iia 


2.M 


2.44 


3.39 


2,34 


a.M 


a.u 


4.1 


%H 


2.« 


2.U 


2.29 


2.11 


2.10 


2,10 


1.-0 


... 


.« 


"■» 


aio 


«r 


2.10 


207 



. leOl. 1 1900, 1899. ' ISOe. 1807. 



3.40 '3.42 3.33 ! 3.32 3.33 

2.x |2.13 2.13 j 2.13 2.12 

2.118 2.67 2.M 2.S7 2.40 

2.32 ja^ 13.22 I 227 

' I. SO t.-Se ! 1. 88 , 1, 87 j 1, 90 



1.30 1.26 
2.10 ' 2.31 

230 ' ^2a 

2.04 ' 2.01 



2,27 . 2.21 I 221 

22o;2zr : 
a-OJi I 2.00 '. 



BEPOBT OF THE INIEBSTATE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 



Cta». 










Group 1 


■i 










.900, 

4. SI 

1.73 
1.36 

2.m 

3.88 

2. 01 
1,80 

i.te 

1.8S 
1.T9 


IKS. 

*.74 

2.« 
1.76 

2.e6 
3.83 

3.03 

3.4a 
i.m 

L23 

2.62 
1.88 
\.7t 


IKH. 

7.H 

1.74 
3.80 
2,51 

i-i 

2.07 

3.01 


IBCQ, 

4.SG 
2.2B 
2.3 
1.73 

3,81 

2.38 
L88 
1,B0 

i.a 

1.8S 


19ffl. 

8.80 
4.03 
2. 08 

ii 

3,48 
2.26 
2.87 
2.31 

1.88 

3.87 

2.3S 

1.T8 


1901. 

7.48 
4.M 

2.42 
1.63 

2.37 
3.68 

2. BO 
2.36 

1.81 

1,72 


iOQO. 1 I899, 
4.87 4.70 


1898, 

4,76 
2.30 


iBB7. 

0.48 
4.88 
2.44 

2.20 
1.-8 


1890. 


Othe oflkere 












Olh«..iUI.L™iiiEn 


1.58 l,;i 1.80 
3,02, 3.06 [3.C2 


L71 


FU«mea 


















2,32 2,31 
1.83 1.S1 
1.80 1.87 
1.16 1.16 
3.37 1 3.23 

2.42 2.23 

1.78 1.77 

i 
1 ■ 


2.34 
1.88 

1.80 
LTD 








■«•">«•— 


1.87 1.87 


Switch tenrlen.cfOMing tenden. 
and H-utct™™. 

patchets. 
MolheieniplDjeesMdtobonini. 


2.0 

1.S4 


2.9 

L74 

1.TI 




QroupX. 


ClMI. 


ISOB. 


IMS. 1 1104. 


1903. 


1901, 


1901. 


IWO, 

2.40 
2.20 

3.08 


1889, 

U.OS 

2.43 

2.63 
3.IJ6 


1888. 1 iW. 

10.98; •.94 
7.54 1 «.ai 

3. 42,3. 42 
2.18 3.30 

4.47 : 423 
2.51 '2.39 
3.67 : 3.08 


lais. 


Gancnl IBc* 


0.27 

2.41 
2.03 
4S! 

2.80 

2.7) 

2.efi 

2.20 
3.10 
l.« 
2.13 

2.71 

2.M 


iaoo|ia.ca 

laBjj.ai 

2.33 !.« 

2.57 2.C0 
2. IS 2.27 
6.02 4.01 
I.X 2.97 


6.S4 
2. SO 

4« 

3.80 
3. 81 

2.73 
2.B7 
2.76 
2.U 
2.31 
1.47 
1.BS 

3.91 

2.41 

140 


7.07 

147 

4. £8 
3.07 

3.80 
3.29 


11.30 

7.34 
2.60 
2.4S 

2.07 

2.M 
2.80 
2.73 
3,13 












SUtlanasBDU 


2.41 






JT 










3.06 




3.2) 
3.80 
2.38 

l.C 
l.BB 

2.91 


3.07 

2.78 
3.16 

1.47 
2-06 

2.l» 

2.GS 

2.32 


2.01 

i34 

1.30 
2.57 


3.00 

li 

1.37 

2.30 




i70 3.82 
2.35 2.33 




OtWuhonnien 








Other [mcfcinm 

and nai.hnien. 
TdCB">pti oporalon nod dl»- 


3.49 
2.36 


L3II 
2,60 

a.H 

2.32 

107 


3.61 
2.34 


1.3S 
2.5* 

3.ff7 

3.23 


i.a 

2.72 
3.31 
3.11 



The aggregate amounta paid to the various classes of railway 
employees aa wages and salaries are shown in the fojtowing simi- 
mary. which is made comparative for the past seven years. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



58 



Summary Showing Amount of Compensation Paid Railway Employees for thb 

Years ending June 30. 1906 to 1900. 

[Covers over 99 per cent of the number of employees for all the years mfontioned excepting 1900, the 
per cent for which was over 96, and for 1903. the per cent for which was over 97.] 



Class. 



Total yearly compensation— United States. 



1906. 



$15,911,309 
12,870,203 
41,227,910 
22,571,505 
70,702,517 
74,581,454 
44,247,306 
47,417,403 
81,884,828 
40,326,031 
40,961,083 

111,524,564 
23,519,671 

112,196,214 
27,939,001 



24,729,669 



4,776,654 



103,414,175 



$15,155,278114,475,126 
11,599,169' 10,816,880 
37,446,570 34,735,708 
23,112,137: 22,584,289| 
67,012,465* 06,318,729 
70,626,750; 68,946,543 



1906. 



1904. 



1903. 



1902. 



J 



1901. 



41,701, 463| 40,463,040 
44,758,6331 44,150,760| 
77,416,200 75,521,384! 



1900. 



37,495,267 
36,501,025 



37,344,571 
. 36,654,270 



101,164,035^ 94,463,049 

23,041,754 22,555,363 

103,413,280104,600,785 



26,355,967 



22.638,034 



26,920,496 



$13, 244, 121 $13, 090, 284^$13, 141, 428 
10,010,099! 9,491,146| 9,055,189 
30,486,272 26,853,600 24,833,944 
21,011,724' 20,172,608' 19,239,279 
60,463,462* 53,709,985' 47,496,433 
64,173,825| 68,136,447j 53,353,624 
37,484,283. 33,780,709| 30,941,619 
39,932,637 35,211,477 32,352,367 
66,221,636' 56,336,462 51,646,290 
33, 414, 954' 28, 412, 840j 24, 746, 769 
35,526,645| 31,925,126j 29,937,027 
84,133,168 73,269,150 63,951,988 
21,430,984 20,356,376 19,191,808 

103,426,685 89,636,409 76,228,053 



27,162,555 



21,770,296 19,962,487 



5,612,076* 4,884,713 5,032,788 4,363,822 4,316,140 4,247,915 



94,805,687 



90,392,829 



28,669,990 26,473,608 



18,281,060 



$13,167,420 
8,141,500 
23,127,228 
18,653,252 
46,627,016 
50,713,401 
29,203,506 
30,089,322 
44,844,475 
22,924,702 
28,144,452 
50,470,846 
18,481,594 
71,064,298 
^9, uvv, ^09 



17,152,034 



16,176,401 



84,203,290 



74,433,083 66,657,101 



63,098,165 



General ofQcers 

Other officers 

General office clerks. . 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors , 

Other trainmen 

Machinists , 

Carpenters , 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, cross- 
ing tenders, and 
watchmen. 

Tdegraph operators 
and dispatchers. 

Employees — account 
floating equipment. 

AU other employees 
and laborers. 

Total 



1 Excludes compensation paid by Southern Pacific Co., not reported. The corresponding amount 
paid in 1905 was $27,530,117. 

• Excludes compensation paid by Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.Co.,Pot reported. The corre- 
sponding amount paid in 1904 was $19,976,412. 

The amount paid by the reporting companies as wages and sala- 
ries to their employees during the year ending June 30, 1906, was 
$900,801,653. This figure does not include the amount paid by the 
Southern Pacific Company, which by reason of the fire that occurred 
in San Francisco in April, 1906, lost many of its records and was thus 
unable to make complete report in this regard. Excluding from the 
returns for the preceding year the amount paid in salaries and wages 
by that company, it is thus found that the amount paid during the 
year under consideration was 10.88 per cent in excess of that paid 
during the preceding year. This increase is proportionally about 
four times as great as that which occurred a year earlier. 

The next summary shows the amoimts paid railway employees in 
the several territorial groups. This information is given by classes 
of employees, and is made comparative for the last seven years. 




54 BEFOBX OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMUISSION. 

SimuARV snowiNO AuouiiT op Coutenration Paid Railway Ekplotebs fob 

THE Years enoino June 30 1906 to 1900, by Ghoups. 

|Co¥or» ovurSOporcentolthBuunibprotemplnyiH'atoryfur,') mootlooed.] 



CIUHB. 




isoe. 


.90S. 


1904. 1 1803. ' 1003, 


lEOl. 


19D0. 




«S17,ltM 


I»»,043 
GM,434 
1,01S,U0 
1,008,094 
a,4D3,S9B 
4,137,633 
2,8H,126 
3.013,914 
e, 700,948 
1,780, 7» 
1,838,893 
3,364,304 
1,393,070 
4,873,389 
3,324,530 

868,418 

333,017 

5.139,509 


1 ^^^ „^ 


ra),o8o 

008,434 
1,030,058 
1,402,87* 
6,642,960 

1,346,246 
2,530,460 
4,097,273 
1,422,829 
1,703, 530 
2,713,042 
1,377,304 
4,708.136 
2,304,727 

605,449 


»76e,119 
539,947 
1,515,632 
1,149,917 
3,531,840 

1,844,744 

2,230,995 
4,257,409 
1,108,157 
1.753,633 

1,300,293 
4,437,382 
2,281,003 

081,534 

3,878,719 






019, MO 
1,822,048 
1,689,271 
6,301,353 
4,010,466 
2,330,265 
3,M0,428 

1,893,446 
3,433,208 
1,409,629 
4,7D1,428 

354,666 
332,433 

4,378,193 


630,301 
1,740,60^ 
1,517,405 
6.031. 5-|t 
3,837,573 
3,1B1,C3D 
2,755,801 
6,140,330 
1,574,599 
1,884,673 
3,073,798 
1,410,045 
4,848,241 

290,873 
4,883,340 


•Mva 


OciUTBlolTlcc clicks.... 

BtutlonoBBnti 

Otherstatlonmon 


B 


029,157 
047,678 
892,723 
ie7,13l) 
4»,Q8a 
101,004 
fie9,D17 
817,3g0 
913,187 
Wl.OtO 
444,709 

277,535 
aeo.213 

513,413 




404,418 

431,080 
844,803 




796,181 




OtliertnUinn™ 

U>Gbtiii>tB 


690.907 
144,928 

730,203 




BecHon foremen 

Otter Imekmen 

Switch Irndcra, crossing 
IcndiTS, aiiii watth- 

TcOcBniph opcrolora 
ana d[spalchtTs. 

Emplfl yTOB— a c c o u n t 
floating equipment. 

Ubmsn. 


277,817 
481,26* 
032,S6S 

740,887 
222,813 
274,319 




B0,BM,68a 


43.«E,tM 


47,S65,1» 


15,401,176 


41,S28,655 


(0,654,133 


»,i)n,«» 




cu,,.. 




lew. 


1905. lOO*. 


1B03. 1 1003. 


Ml. 


1900. 


General omcfM - 


3,82S,70 
11,834,888 

*,«J,7S7 
19,981,783 
18,22(l,3« 
U.OW.TX 
11,«6,B18 

a,9oe,ii8 

U,074,301 
13,314,131 

3,7'a,Ba7 

M,«7,64T 

6,310,421 
5,S2I,76t 
16,628,787 


B,838,843 13,788, 413 
2,932,608 1 3.754,703 
10,070,557 1 B,0«5,203 


(2,502,191 
2,398,151 
7,725.330 
4,648,321 
8,729,7lB 
0,158,566 
9,638,343 

9,361,414 
1,089,341 
fl,758,S46 
1,650,873 
3,017,534 
1,636,071 
8,130,657 

5,413,S33 
2,850,798 
1,115,055 


12,321,737 
2,202,309 
6,061,615 
4,128,531 
15,707,258 
14,030,183 


12,306,808 
2,008,003 
6,088,233 
3,841,943 
13,950,088 
13,075,574 


*2,«i2.a8i 

1,606,770 
6,052,919 


Ganprttloniceclerlu.... 


Oltier«UUonlD«l 


10,303,148 
17,039,003 
10,33S,96S 
10,009,734 
aO.6BO,570 

23,423,9711 
3,003,205 

23,032,763 
7,MI>,939 

*■"■■" 

3,683,980 

23,530,572 


19,912,251 
16,703,331 
10,Offi,934 
10,635,061 
J0,B19,138 
lt,U3,94B 

9,146,266 
I2,3Sa,004 

3,514,001 
23,000,464 

5,618,810 
2,filS,471 


12,218,478 
12,210,461 
7,111,064 




8,741,103 ! 7,970.670 




14,136,9(0 

7,745,379 

7,008,845 
13,756,307 

2,736,401 
16,072,535 

7,308,851 

4,a60,a6> 

2,«T,TM 
14.676,861 




9,636,222 
7,918,438 

10,830,091 
2,009,217 

17,084,178 

4,078,090 
17,2.-«,560 


8,516,250 

7,102,881 
15,012,361 

2,800,201 
16,130,800 

6,787,309 

4.438,261 
2,318,684 


oX^^"»" 


OlbMtriieklliHi 

Switch leDdere.croulng 
tondera. and watch- 

Tflegrnph oprnlon 

jxnd dl 91)11 tchiTs. 
Employooi-aceauDt 

isbaien. 


Tot«l 


232,463,218 


»S.B«i,017 '^300.661 


96,784,423 


166,723.407 


140,843,100 


141,fi6a,«0 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



55 



Summary SHowrNO Amount of Compensation Paid Railway Employees for 
THE Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1900, by Groups — Continued. 



Class. 



Goneral officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen. 

Firemen. 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carjwnters.' 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen. 

Switch tenders, crossing 
tenders, and watch- 
men. 

Telegraph operators 
and dispat<:hers. 

Employees— a c c o u n t 
floating equipment. 

All other employees and 
laborers. 



Total yearly compensation— Group III. 



1906. 



1005. 



$1,035,141 
1,628,210 
5,748,527 
3,107,027 

11,632,220 

;12, 102,451 
7,162,094 
8,336,117 

13,783,802 
5,167,747 
5,029,0S8 

20,128,133 
3,378,098 

17,369,550 
3,997,461 



4,170,599 

t 
I 

215,390 
14,463,427 



Total 139,355,090 



$1,732,716 
1,589,782 
4,951,663 
3,043,338 

10,558,765 

11,279,140 
6,710,073 
7,815,278 

13,190,559 
4,832,895 
4,998,672 

16,834,213 
3,227,267 

15,437,048 
4,054,957 



3,992,675 



125,857 



14,228,365 



1904. I 19a3. 



$1,073,999 
1,601,042 
4,529,005 
3,131,959 

10,449,315 

11,013,644 
6,538,241 
7,787,710 

12,856,880 
4,632,620 
4,773,048 

15,759,041 
3,133,757 

14,598,607 
4,004,080 



3,755,200 



214,026 



14,172,855 



1902. 



1901. 



1900. 



128,603,263 



$1,556,271 
1,484,649 
3,922,578 
2,937,061 
9,769,879 

10,330,860 
6,057,784 

] 7,199,579 

12,242,914 
4,045,540 

I 4,314,981 

13,144,546 
2,942,589 

15,230,537 
3,515,637 



3,428,953 



284,861 



13,108,187 



124,625,029 



$1,572,040 

; 1,375,404 

' 3,459,360 

; 2,886,767 

; 8,156,206 

i 9,107,205 

' 5,354,645 

6,062,803 

9,581,625 

3,432,354 

3,974,095 

12,085, K6 

3,040,042 

12,477,826 

4,578,260 



2,972,737 



322,771 



13,029,573 



115,517,406 



$1,631,201 
1,427,534 
3,250,319 
2,758,626 
7,287,289 
8,282,006 
4,784,583 
5,452,958 
8,661,821 
2,887,613 
3,866,6^6 
9,979,505 
2,625,353 
9,649,707 
3,980,317 



103,468,909 



$1,638,170 
1,297,907 
3,344,555 
2,738,889 
7,007,068 
8,104,306 
4,663,918 
4,998,454 
7,288,649 
2,862,621 
3,591,139 
9,250,203 
2,535,568 
8,803,960 
5,637,527 



2,893,181 2,750,031 



310,320 



10,474,443 



90,203,432 



229,943 



10,409,297 



87,152,205 



Class. 



Qener&l officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks .. 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen. 

Firemen. 

Conductors. 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Cari)entors 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen. 

Switch tenders, crossing 
tenders, and watch- 
men. 

Telegraph operators 
and dispatchers. 

Employees— a c c o u n t 
floating equipment. 

AH other employees and 
laborers. 



Total yearly compensation— Group IV. 



1906. 



1905. 



1904. 



19a3 



Total. 



r39,984 
1,038,612 
2,123,805 
1,230,484 
2,520,450 
3,684,621 
1,847,712 
2,238,867 
2,844,099 
1,690,660 
2,089,280 
4,732,240 
1,061,344 
4,395,134 
802,986 



1,293,183 

97,498 

3,000,449 



37,530,406 



$680,582 
990,173 
1,890,885 
1,136,195 
2,290,699 
3,302,473 
1,684,827 
1,912,290 
2,420,382 
1,415,211 
1,769,638 
4,277,744 
1,001,107 
4,007,805 
677,583 



1,115,633 



88,6€6 



2,581,855 



33,338,778 



$639,411 

933,993 

1,907,476 

1,035,449 

2,222,413 

3,175,130 

1,545,691 

1,867,095 

2,276,755 

1,408,512 

1,579,235 

3,856,300 

991,482 

3,552,529 

779,630 



1,029,788 



87,577 



2,267,200 



31,155,675 



1616,824 

991,230 
1,736,602 
1,173,338 
1,770,694 
2,917,439 
1,393,414 
1,642,787 
2,030,337 
1,126,927 
1,286,310 
3,517,723 

032,670 
3,204,840 

781,523 



945,188 



•9,268 



2,244,008 



1902. 



1901. 



28,301,239 



$557,367 

822,578 
1,317,140 

000,546 
1,527,626 
2,436,714 
1,130,222 
1,300,155 
1,664,007 

951,210 
1,426,640 
2,813,255 

828,300 
3,037,023 

639,028 



843,938 



94,483 



1,955,200 



24,436,540 



$545,511 

793,588 
1,285,699 

908,331 
1,341,193 
2,324,438 
1,100,650 
1,314,.%60 
1,535,021 

892,688 
1,647,250 
2,640,605 

781,075 
2,903,504 

6?6,420 



1900. 



$556,148 

816,583 

994,857 

847,430 

1,379,920 

2,279,537 

1,072,534 

1,170,259 

1,466,191 

761,311 

1,164,057 

2,494,496 

721,315 

2,501,242 

695,083 



818,608 : 778,243 
114,343 
1,605,031 



119,497 



1,753,577 



23,392,215 



21,478,580 



56 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary showing Amount of Compensation Paid Railway Employees for 
THE Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1900, by Groups — Continued. 



(lasfl. 



Total yearly compensation— Group V. 



1906. 



General officers f 1, 478, 8fi0 

Other officers ! 1,381,107 

General office clerks...! 3,574,338 



Station agents 

Other station men . 



2,277,911 
6,461,311 
Enginemen ! 6, 766,998 

3,810,227 
5,928,921 
3,149,653 
4,270,311 
10,543,664 
2,292,427 
9,731,775 
2,510,503 



Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, cross- 
ing tenders, and 
watchmen. 

Telegraph operators 
and dispatchers. 

Employees— a c c o u n t 
floatmg oqidpment. 

All other employees 
and laborers. 

Total 



2,151.493 

165,002 

6,827,448 



1906. 

11,382,974 
1,254,242 
3,243,112 
2,217,849 
5,657,631 
6,063,561 
3,025,863 
3,283,070 
5,209,676 
2,690,197 
3,686,875 
9,114,800 
2,108,564 
8,2SO,004 
1,919,442 

1,715,515 
183,030 



1904. 



1903. 



76,731,632 



11,343,311 
I 1,169,639 

3,035,370 

2,178,399 
I 5,036,586 

5,813,916 
I 2,890,920 

3,165,505 

4, oUo, OcRJ 

2,611,404 
3,717,508 
7,952,612 
2,102,951 
8,897,957 
1,828,594 

1,602,239 
204,944 



5,771,375 5,613,087 



66,807,770 64,063,025 



$1,265,396 
1,289,163 
2,608,172 
2,056,503 
4,607,108 
5,678,932 
2,823,205 
3,098,616 
4,097,401 
2,362,704 
3,847,121 
7,907,829 
1,979,331 
8,253,421 
2,301,217 

1,385,047 



1902. 



$1,240,401 
1,135,383 
2,489,477 
1,949,340 
3,946,911 
4,816,906 
2,396,676 
2,604,311 
3,392,659 
2,218,155 
3,428,938 
5,421,663 
1,780,006 
7,380,001 
2,135,867 

1,269,919 



184,518 I 189,573 



5,781,457 5,202,983 



1901. 



$1,114,606 
1,115,335 
2,251,961 
1,834,374 
3,388,224 
4,419,681 
2,198,215 
2,317,344 
3,065,871 
1,916,218 
3,260,536 
4,605,696 
1,743,354 
6,435,702 
2,056,281 

1,219,902 

247,476 

4,716,046 



61,537,190 53,005,169 47,905,883 



1900. 



$1,068,600 
1,103,423 
1,970,009 
1,653,629 
3,104,780 
4,184,649 
2,056,8n 
2,167,761 
2,751,119 
1,764,378 
2,931,813 
4,771,270 
1,622,322 
6,105,281 
2,139,605 

1,119,469 

208,216 

, 4,378,353 



46,190,389 



[Corers over 99 per cent of the number of employees few all the years mentioned, excepting 1903, the 

per cent for which was over 87.] 



Class. 



Total yearly compensation— Group VI. 



1906. 



General officers $3, 538, 909 

Other officers 1,949,620 

General office clerks. ... 7, 279, 105 

Station agents 4,688,316 

Other station men 12, 109, 706 

Enginemen. 14,012,390 

Firemen. | 8,700,931 

Conductors I 8,867,219 

Other trainmen 14,017,011 

Machinists ; 6,639,323 

7,347,225 
19,020,289 

4,805,952 
21, 179, 153 

7,312,901 



1905. 



Carpenters 

Other shopmen. 

Sortlon foremen, 

Other trackmen. 

Switch tenders, cross- 
ing tenders, and 
watchmen. 

Telegraph operators 
and dispatchers. 

Empioyoes— a c c o n n t 
floating equipment. 

All other employees 
and laborers. 

Total 



4,524,542 
64,234 
22,720,118 



168,866,943 



$3,303,6^10 
1,830,323 
6,311,432 
4,728,406 

11,202,943 

12,877,619 
7,879,971 
8,039,840 

12,610,085 
6,1^,029 
6,441,970 

16,725,480 
4,603,296 

19,633,811 
6,409,067 



1904. 



$3,310,462 
1,728,124 
6,361,128 
4,610,245 

11,073,025 

12,592,389 
7,655,542 
7,908,420 

12,697,649 
6,332,565 ' 
6,875,432 I 

15,967,430 I 
4,587,413 ! 

21,091,822 ' 
6,607,880 



1908. 



3,902,049 3,719,529 

I 
68,829 73,766 

», 554,068 18,308,688 



$2,804,798 
1,421,051 
6,186,982 
3,708,616 
8,831,714 

10,380,851 
6,409,278 
6,105,763 
9,271,144 
5,018,709 
5,870,965 

13,281,397 
3,869,404 

20,076,017 
6,(3()3,680 

2,957,005 

52,548 

13,796,984 



1902. 



153,317,754 152,001,408 'i 124,707,060 



$2,908,578 
1,606,903 
4,709,242 
4,004,463 
9,639,979 

10,981,678 
6,814,087 
6,437,723 
9,337,417 
4,570,625 
5,671,039 

13,064,776 
4,200,174 

17,740,719 
0,466,224 

3,418,996 

60,980 

16,935,362 



1901. 



1900. 



$2,917,222 

: 1,396,097 

! 4,562,276 
4,001,656 
8,417,746 

10,318,802 
6,347,389 
6,192,866 
8,461,916 

; 4,004,836 
6,413,677 

11,926,814 
4,097,983 

15,090,271 
6,077,359 

3,192,865 

40,161 

14,987,286 



127,468,866 



117,397,100 



$2,088,205 
1,233,310 
4,411,002 
3,828,042 
8,017,743 
9,970,397 
0,045,996 
5,909,070 
7,431,643 
3,937,366 
6,700,032 

11,368,712 
4,024,233 

15,782,668 
6,701,371 

3>0n,287 

a9,eB9 



lU^OQl, 



> Excludes compensation {Miid by Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., not reported, 
responding amount paid in 1904 was $19,976,412. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE USITBD STATES. 57, 

SUKMAKT SHOWING AUOUNT OP COUPBKBATION FaID RaILWAT EUPtOYEEB FOR 

THB Yrabb ENDiNa JuNE 30, 1906 to 1900, BY dBOtiFa— ContiuuuJ. 







Totnlyeftrlyc 




ii-flrimp\ 


n. 






1V». 


iSOO. 


1904. 1MB. 


ISOi. 1901. 


1900. 


Oeneral IDcHU 


27fl,MI 
l,MT.964 

757, K5 
1,500,981 
2,707,001 
l,B7,%a]0 

i,B5r,7(» 

2,SM,435 

923, MO 
1,IS3,S23 

<,JE,J3o 

E71,9n 

1,0*5,120 
8,837 

4, 188,8*0 


SGOO.eoi 
3«e,844 
1,108,231 
(»S,3M 

2.!M,6« 
l,38D,2SO 
l,29fi,lM 
2,3M,M3 
S2S,S52 
1,I7B,0« 

3,sas,2a! 

1,0»5,02S 

8,770,040 

300,101 

035,290 

e,0H3 

2,9«,73r 


I4fiO,300 1483,309 
278,027 370,033 
1,075,139 1,038,905 


IS»,075 
2S2.63a 
OS, 140 
049,002 
1,238,251 
1.987,034 
1,105,230 
1,105,175 
1,773,575 
820,641 
1,193,451 
3,035,007 
1,070,708 
4,011,035 
422,841 

750,417 

5,0SB 

2,199,233 


»492,]ge 

220,877 
80(1,305 
826, rJ4 
980,313 
1,053,020 
1,174,032 
1.105.343 
l,i38,735 
770,391 
1,016,808 
2,090,197 
1,043,083 
4,270,589 
681,503 

8,573 
2,604,794 


»4e3,O00 




Qonoial office clotlm ... 


803,309 


Other *UtIonin«i 

Fl»men..... 


1,225,214 
2,158,tM 
l,3SB,Dia 
1.314,099 
2,435,800 
1,001,751 
1,373,046 
3,917,1109 

4,088,002 
a09,lTl 

900,031 
7,313 

3,400,820 


1,33G,5S0 
2,323,983 

1,289, 4S3 

2,127,400 
1,104,003 
1,275,104 
3,876,400 
1,105,924 
1,388,551 
553,7JS 

004,102 

8,732 

3,255,947 


919,061 
1,887,931 
1,114,341 
1,028,311 
1,290.611 

650,085 


Ottuiinininen 






Other ahopmeo 

flection foreniML 

Other tmckmun 

SwllclitdidiTs.cfoHBlng 

Teli'gruph oppratDra 


2,120.378 

1,018, oe» 

4,279,106 
788,209 

640,287 

26,777 

2,322,038 


ToUl 


3i,5SS,57a Jas.ass.BS* '27,Si;,570 


2!, 485,018 


!4,D13,lai 


M,7l3,5a3 1 3l,402,2SS 




TolalsBurlycompenwidon— OrnupVin. 


IDOO- 


igo,-,. 


toei. , 1903, j isoa. 


IflOl. 1 tlWO. 


Ofm-ital oflicom 

Otbcr oillcers -.. 

0«nenilo(Ilceclerka 


B,152,*19 
1,032, aSB 
t, 030, 290 
2,2Ki,OBl 
■t,B64,]M 
7,3fi8,6l>4 
4.888,030 
4,SU.S3S 
7,BlS,Ba2 
3,6«,B» 
3,SiS,H2 

ii.im,m 

12,C05,S3U 
1,801 ,0K 

2,«7,2fi8 

00,097 

11,7«,0»6 


a,stn,oac, 

993,1185 
3,675,283 
a,«M,02S 
4,I78,a« 
8,852,804 
4,240,305 
4,280.004 
7,703,338 
3,344,007 
3,173,241 

10,3S3,822 
2,912,310 

ll,m,834 
1,403,901 

114,011 

9.0»5,90a 


I1,743,3S5 
8B7,23D 
3,07S,78S 
2,201,023 
4,230,008 
0,612,688 
4,084,737 
4,134,032 
0,943, IS 
3,401,080 
2,«11,SU8 
9,B27,3» 
2,786,830 

12,272,877 
l,9e7,.^0 

i.nTT.sno 

79,870 

8.909,843 


11,850,204 
707,216 
3,017.350 
2,110,544 
4,003,053 
8,038,810 
3,728,603 
3,783,259 
5,838,018 
2,51B,1B1 
2,593,997 
8,193,390 
2.600.801 

12,026,058 
2.188,851 

l,SSg,311 

63,11M 

8,487,531 


1 1, 033,1.^ 
773,085 

1,978,438 
3,344,009 
5,664,352 
3.380,950 
3,177,049 
4,904,823 
2,221,346 
2,157,706 
7,061,700 
2,373,746 
9,201,558 
2,129,300 

1,757,303 

39,200 

0,930.741 


11,628,017 
801,997 
2,353,027 
1,786,950 
2,723.188 
4,035,166 
3,017,731 
2,818,671 
4,427,636 
1,893,441 
1.900.880 
6,466,403 
2,283,W7 
'7,543,328 
1,986,467 

1,526,229 
50,608 

l,993.ffJ7 


tl,500,8B6 

025,787 

2,140,343 


Otlim*t«tlonineii 


2,628,614 
4,367,630 
2,077,415 
2,573,800 
3,391,181 
1,079,777 


lliBBien 

CondODtom 

Ottxctndnmni 




Otherahopmea 

Suction fljrenicn 

Other tmolmen. 

flwilch tcndnri.crossing 

Teli'Braph np-THlors 
Emplo yeea— a« count 

unJlaboien. 


5,636,800 
2,184,198 
0,3«,181 

2,321,257 

1,3S,0S5 

41,141 

4.809.5S0 


Tot<U 


w,7oa.^ 


«i,oa7,o;6 


17,867,006 


ri,651,»S2 


51,448,310 


53^7,738 


<7,718,2Sl 



BEPOET OF IHE IKTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



t Amount op Compensation Paid Railway Emplotbbs for 
E Years ending June 30, 1906 to JOOO, jiv Groups— Continued. 



Other oRicprs 

Oonorsl odlce clGf ks 

Stullon BEonts 

■Other atation mm 

Eneiiirnitn 

rinjineii 

CooOacton 

«Uicr tralnmni 

HBChlDlBts 

■other ahopmm 

Other trackmen 

Switch tt^ndcrs, crasaliig 

tendprs.aDcl watchmen 
Telf^aph opornLord 

And dispatcher). 
Employee*— ac count 

flcMit Ing equipment. 
Allotherem ploTee* anil 



,901,807 
,»S,8H1 

.■M2,ioa 



isM,497 nsa.isi Ksa.iie 

571,987 I 4tH,H85 . 196,4»fi 
1,039,197 1,780,31$ l,CI>7,BSZ 



l,7S6,4§a 1,700,723 



3,8[K,DM 2,« 

l.VO.eSJ 1,IU3,?70 

4,5T0,77S 4,I20,S£1 

1,2^,023 1,21M,?3G 



tx,3sa r BM.on 

I 

121, «W 1 1*),077 



39,780,M1 3s,*51,7e8 33,H7,«» M,703,O04 



t<«»,«)l 
Kl,903 
IS3,5K 



It ol the number ol empIo;ree) 



Other omeeri 

Qeniful ntnce elrrlu | 

OCb»r stBtlon m«Ti 

Englnemen 

FlWmm 

Coailurtoii 

Otbn trainmen 

UurhiiUgts 

Other sfaopmrvi. ' 

Bectlonlonmen. I 

Other truckmen ' 

Swl(cht«iulerg.rni*ilng| 
ten^Ii^ri.and wntchmen 

Telrignph . opiTfltors \ 
iiiHl<llipnteher>. 

Empiojres— sce^aii n t 
floiklltig equipmcnit. 



»7ia,7M 

I ta.is: 



tnbon 



1,120,3:; 
2,477,K 
3,72»,K 
4,<C2,I] 



(032,1X1 
:02,S13 
,G30,GU 
111,720 



•M0,1IB 
M3,3Z1 

,azi,oeo 

,0I2,«I1 

,e7i,«is 
,ug,ou 

,41B,1«0 
,»12,«T 
,383, MS 

lis, 337 
,310,844 
,S57,OS« 

022,344 

7x,taa 

■13, Ut 

4,7a,>M 



> Eidiidu eompawatlon paid by Bontbani PmUo Co_ oot lepoit^ Tha ooRMDondlH m 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



59 



CAPITALIZATION OP RAILWAY PROPERTY. 

1. Suniniary of Railway Capital, by Groups. 

2. 0^v^le^ship of Railway Capital. 

3. Stocks and Bonds owned by Railways, by Groups. 

4. Classification of Railway Capital, by Rate of Dividend or Interest/ 

5. Charges against Income on account of Railway Capital. 

The set of summaries next given pertains to railway capital. It 
deals exclusively with the par values of securities issued by railway 
companies reported to the Commission as outstanding on June 30, 
1906. Stocks are classified as common and preferred, and fimded 
debt is classified as bonds, miscellaneous obligations, income bonds, 
and equipment trust obligations. The aggregate of these securities 
is treated as the total of the par value of railway capital. 

Summary of Railway Capital, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States, 1906 
United States, 1905 
United States, 1904 
United States, 1903 
United States, 1902 
United States, 1901 
United States, 1900 
United States, 1899 
United States, 1898 
United States, 1897 
United States, 189G 



Total. 



1309,006,046 
1,421,226,151 
964,612,341 
312,897,931 
383,589,253 
1,110,308,114 
338,204,818 
865,104,012 
264,168,112 
834,643,315 



6,803,760,093 
0,654,557,051 
6,339,890,329 
6,155,559,032 
6,024,201,295 
5,806,566,204 
5,845,579,593 
5,615,011,726 
5,388,268,321 
5,364,642,255 
5,226,527,260 



Common. 



$268,078,494 
1,274,039,871 
672,909,678 
256,827,543 
316,944,195 
814,069,694 
261,730,328 
600,565,509 
227,180,703 
710,655,947 



Stoclc. 



Preferred. 



$40,927,552 
147,186,280 
291,702,663 

56,070,388 

66,645,058 
296,238,420 

76,474,490 
264,538,503 

36,987,409 
123,987,368 



5,403,001,962 
5,180,033,907 
5,050,529,409 
4,876,961,012 
4,722,056,120 
4,475,408,821 
4,522,291,838 
4,323,300,969 
4,260,271,714 
4,367,056,657 
4, 256, WO, 577 



1,400,758,131 
1,373,623,144 
1,289,369,860 
1,278,698,020 
1,302,145,175 
1,331,157,383 
1,323,287,755 
1,191,710,757 
1,118,996,607 
997,585,598 
969,956,602 



Per cent 
of group 
capital. 



58.14 
47.08 
43.53 
44.66 
35.45 
46.17 
54.68 
45.86 
43.00 
55.72 



46.69 
47.48 
47.98 
48.85 
49.65 
49.68 
50.87 
49.98 
49.81 
50.44 
49.46 



Per mile 
of line. 



$38,614 
62,874 
Ov, 490 
25,256 
15,515 
23,095 
29,890 
28,755 
17,645 
46,682 



31,723 
31,301 
30,836 
30,860 
30,930 
30,568 
31,280 
30,267 
30,054 
30,074 
29,484 



60 



REPOBT OF THE LNTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary op Railway Capital, by Groups — Continued. 



Territory covered. 



Funded debt. 



Total. 



Group I I «222,4S0,901 

Group II !l,5»7,217,824 

Group III il,261,IC2,4a) 

Group IV ' 387,078,660 

GroupV j 608,477,855 

Group VI 1,204,431,726 

Group VII j 280,841,016 

Group VIII 1,021,232,623 



Group IX. 
Group X . . 



United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 



States, 1906 



350,176,930 
663,452,382 



7,706,061,385 



States, 1905i7, 250,701,070 
State8,ig04 6,873,225,350 
States, 1003,0, 444, 431 , 226 
States, 1002 6, 100,061 , 660 



Bonds. 



$137,150,000 
1,171,967,085 
963,961,805 
335,460,721 
592,937,563 
1,185,240,604 
260,251,894 
830,601,625 
279,208,100 
480,955,905 



States, 1901 

States, 1900 

States, 1890 

States, 1898 

States,1897;5,270,305,819 

States, 1890 5, 340, 338,502 



5,881,580,887 
5,045,455,367 
5,518,043,172 
5,430,285,710 



0,200,770,962 
0,024,449,023 
b,740, 898,963 
5,420,730,154 
6,213,421,911 
5,048,811,011 
4,900,626,823 
4,731,054,376 
4,640,762,632 
4,539,911,505 
4,517,872,063 



Misoella. ! 
neoos obli- 
gations. 



183,816,400 

342,305,701 

190,079,496 

17,945,280 

46,213,900 

67,664,151 

10,704,121 

87,866,205 

339,793 

117,652,815 



Income 
bonds. 



t22,839,374 
34,751,008 
3,564,754 
28,283,700 
21,271,840 
96,087 
70,529,072 
04,888,935 
55,309,024 



973,047,924 
780,241,442 
723,114,980 
040,704,136 
504,794,588 
645,780,485 
404,963,341 
485,781,005 
480,977,279 
430,n8,303 
457,735,631 



301,623,400 
'253,707,090 
229,870,087 
1234,016,821 
'242,650,745 
'218,872,008 
|210,630,883 
;2^,048,753 
202,194,688 
269,847,164 
314,426,077 



Equip- 
ment 
trust obli- 
gations. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

capital 



$1,623,601 
00,105,064 
42,350,098 
30,708,885 
31,042,632 
20,249,125 

229,914 

32,236,721 

6,740,111 

634,038 



224,719,000 

186,302,906 

173,334,694 

142,060,116 

89,208,425 

08,110,723 

60,308,320 

42,058,348 

40,351,111 

39,888,707 

50,304,931 



41.80 
62.92 
60.47 
66.34 
04.55 
53.83 
45.32 
64.14 
67.00 
44.28 



63.31 
62.62 
62.02 
61.15 
50.35 
60.32 
49.13 
50.02 
60.19 
49.56 
50.54 



Psr 

mile of 
Une. 



$27,802 
70,660 
61,220 
31,2» 
28,250 
26,925 
24,77« 
33,944 
23,301 
37,107 



36.213 
34,625 
33,420 
32,317 
31,371 
30,963 
30,210 
30,280 
30,280 
2e,54S 
30,120 



Territory covorBd. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV , 

Group V 

Group VI , 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX , 

Group X 

United States, 1906 
United States, 1905 
United States, 1904 
United SUtes, 1903 
United States, 1902 
United States, 1901 
United States, 1900 
United States, 1899 
United States, 1898 
United States, 1897 
United States, 1890 



Total railway 
capital. 



$531,495,947 
3,018,443,975 
2,216,774,810 

700,576,581 
1,062,067,108 
2,404,739,840 

618,545,834 
1,886,336,035 

614,345,051 
1,498,006,097 



14,670,421,478 
13,805,258,121 
13,213,124,679 
12,509,990,258 
12,134,182,904 
11,688,147,091 
11,491,034,900 
11,033,954,898 
10,818,654,031 
10,635,006,074 
10,566,805,771 



Per cent 
of total 
capital. 

3.05 
20.71 
15.21 

4.81 

7.43 
16.50 

4.24 
12.05 

4.22 
ia28 



100. 
100. 
100. 
100. 

loa 

100. 
100. 
100. 

loa 

100. 

loa 



Per mile 
of line. 



$66,410 
133,534 
90,710 
66,549 
43,765 
50,020 
54,660 
02,600 
41,036 
83,780 



67,036 
66,026 
64,265 
63,186 
62,301 
61,631 
61,490 
60,556 
60,343 
60,680 
50,610 



On June 30, 1906, the par value of outstanding stocks issued by 
railway companies was $6,803,760,093, an increase of $249|203|042 



STATISTICS OP RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 61 

during the preceding year as against an increase of less than $215,- 
000,000 during the year ending June 30, 1905. Of the total amount 
outstanding on June 30, 1906, the par value of common stock was 
$5,403,001,962, and that of preferred stock was $1,400,758,131. 
The increase of common stock during the year was $222,068,055, 
being 4.29 per cent. The increase in preferred stock during the same 
period was $27,134,987, being 1.98 per cent. 

The amount of stock outstanding per mile of hne at the end of the 
year covered by this report was $31,723, being an increase of $422 
per mile of line over that of June 30, 1905. The rate of increase in 
stock during the year covered by this report is somewhat less than 
that of funded debt, the ratio of total stock to total outstanding rail- 
way capital on June 30, 1906, being 46.69 per cent as against 47.48 
per cent on June 30, 1905. 

The aggregate amount of funded debt outstanding on June 30, 1906, 
was $7,766,661,385, an increase of $515,960,315 during the year, 
equal to 7.12 per cent. Of this total amount, bonds of various 
descriptions amounted to $6,266,770,962, or 80.69 per cent. This 
is an increase of $242,321,939 during the year. Miscellaneous obli- 
gations increased during the year by $187,406,482. Income bonds 
increased during the year $47,815,701, and equipment trust obliga- 
tions $38,416,193. The increase in amount of bonds was 46.97 per 
cent of the total increase in funded debt during the year; that in 
miscellaneous obUgations was 36.32 per cent; that in inpome bonds 
was 9.27 per cent; and that in equipment trust obhgations was 7.44 
per cent. The aggregate amount of funded debt on June 30, 1906, 
was 53.31 per cent of the total outstanding securities of railway 
companies, and distributed with regard to length of line showed an 
average of $36,213 per mile. 

The aggregate railway capital on June 30, 1906, as measured by 
the par value of outstanding securities, was $14,570,421,478, which 
shows a capital per mile of line of $67,936, as against $65,926, the 
corresponding figure on June 30, 1905. The total amount of current 
liabilities was $1,100,977,164. The current liabilities per mile of line 
amounted to $5,133. If this be added to the per mile of line figure 
for railway capital, $67,936, it will be seen that at the close of the 
year now in review the total capital, both funded and floating, was 
$73,069 per mile of line. 

In connection with railway capital proper, it should be noted, 
however, that these securities derive their significance not only fix)m 
property used in transportation, but from all the assets of the reporting 
companies. These assets include considerable amounts of property 
not used in connection with transpK)rtation, among which may be men- 
tioned securities of other railway companies. In this report no 
attempt is made to 'allow for such duplication of securities issued. 



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REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



A separate inquiry is being made for the purpose of ascertaining 
with a very considerable degree of precision the distribution of these 
securities among, the various classes of holders, from which it is 
hoped that an accurate statement of the amount of securities out- 
standing in the hands of the pubhc on June 30, 1906, may be made. 
The next summary shows the aggregate amount of ^ailw^.y stocks 
and bonds reported as held by the railway companies. It should be 
noted, however, that many of these securities thus reported as being 
held are securities of corporations which do not report to the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission, thus making it impracticable to make 
a deduction of them in gross from the aggregate amount of securities 
of reporting companies outstanding on June 30, 1906. 

Comparative Summary of Ownership op Railway Stocks and Bonds for 
THE Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1889 — United States. 



Item. 



Stocks: 
1906. 



1905. 
1904. 
1903. 
1902. 
1901. 
1900. 
1899. 
1896. 
1897. 
1896. 
1895. 
1894. 
1893. 
1892. 
1891. 
1890. 
1889. 
Bonds: 
190C. 
1905. 
1904. 
1903. 
1902. 
1901. 
1900. 
1899. 
1898. 
1897. 
1896. 
1895. 
1894. 
1893. 
1892. 
1801. 
1890. 
1880. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



16,803,700,093 
6,564,657,051 
6,339,899,329 
6,165,650,032 
6,024,201,295 
6,806,566,204 
6,845,579,693 
6,515,011,726 
6,388,268,321 
5,364,042,255 
5,226,527,269 
4,961,258,656 
4,834,075,659 
4,668,936,418 
4,633,108,763 
4,460,649,027 
4,409,658,485 
4,251,190,719 

6,266,770,962 
6,024,449,023 
5,746,896,983 
5,426,730,154 
5,213,421,911 
6,048,811,611 
4,900,626,823 
4,731,064,376 
4,640,762,632 
4,639,911,595 
4,517,872,063 
4,041,765,648 
4,683,031,754 
4,604,383,162 
4,302,570,003 
4,061,821,076 
4,123,«31,6S7 
4,267,637,880 



Owned by 
railway cor- 
porations. 



12,267,175,700 
2,070,052,108 
1,042,858,350 
1,796,323,208 
1,710,146,344 
1,736,667,211 
1,470,218,073 
1,207,408,200 
1,161,864,158 
1,062,957,620 
1,101,235,561 
1,051,638,610 
1,128,744,033 
1,135,784,330 
1,064,286,266 
046,227,541 
063,853,760 
847,740,300 

641,306,030 
668,100,021 
658,472,242 
620,068,745 
496,373,440 
468,830,696 
472,831,377 
394,414,868 
360,622,007 
403,978,566 
400,111,368 
306, 642, OU 
416,814,687 
427,287,804 
827,170^187 
887.6nLl1S 



STATISTICS OF KAILWATS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



63 



Comparative Summary op Ownership of Railway Stocks and Bonds for 
THE Years ending June 30, 1906. to 1889 — United States — Continued. 



Item. 



Total stocks and bonds: 

1906 

1905 

1904 

1903 

1902 

1901 

1900 

1899 

1898 

1897 

1896 

1895 

1804 

1893 

1892 

1891 

1890 

1889 

Increase of 1906 over 1905 
Increase of 1905 over 1904 
Increase of 1904 over 1903 
Increase of 1903 over 1902 
Increase of 1902 over 1901 
Increase of 1901 over 1900 
Increase of 1900 over 1899 
Increase of 1899 over 1898 
Increase of 1898 over 1887 
Increase of 1897 over 1890 
Increase of 1896 over 1895 
Increase of 1895 over 1894 
Increase of 1894 over 1893 
Increase of 1893 over 1892 
Increase of 1892 over 1891 
Increase of 1891 over 1890 
Increase of 1890 over 1889 



Amount out- 
standing. 



$13,070,531,055 

12,579,000,074 

12,086,798,312 

11,582,289,186 

11,237,623,206 

10,855,377,815 

10,746,206,416 

10,246,066,102 

10,029,030,953 

9,904,553,850 

9,744,399,332 

9,603,014,204 

9,428,007,413 

9,173,318,580 

8,935,679,756 

8,532,270,702 

8,533,580,042 

8,518,718,578 

491,524,981 

492,207,762 

504,509,126 

344,665,980 

382,245,391 

109,171,399 

500,140,314 

217,035,149 

124,477,103 

160,154,518 

141,385,128 

175,006,791 

254,688,833 

237,638,824 

403,409,054 

1 1,309,340 

14,861,464 



Owned by 
railway cor- 
porations. 



$2,898,480,829 

2,638,152,129 

2,501,330,601 

2,318,391,953 

2,208,518,793 

2,205,497,909 

1,943,050,349 

1,601,913,167 

1,521,386,255 

1,466,936,176 

1,501,346,914 

1,447,181,634 

1,544,058,670 

1,563,022,233 

1,391,457,053 

1,282,925,716 

1,406,907,001 

1,151,972,901 

260,328,700 

136,821,528 

12,938,648 

89,873,160 

103,020,884 

262,447,560 

341,137,182 

80,526,912 

54,450,079 

134,410,738 

54,165,380 

196,877,136 

118,963,563 

171,565,180 

108,531,337 

1123,961,285 

254,934,100 



1 Decrease. 

The preceding summary, for the years from 1906 to 1889, inclusive, 
shows in the first of the numerical columns, the amounts of stocks and 
bonds of reporting railway companies outstanding on June 30 of the 
several years indicated; also the sums of these two items. In the 
second of the numerical columns are shown the amounts of stocks and 
bonds of railway companies reported as held by the reporting compa- 
nies. If the constituent securities of the holdings were already in- 
cluded among those reported outstanding, it would be proper to 
deduct the holdings shown in the second of these two columns from 
the amounts shown in the first, in order to find the amounts in the 
hands of the public. Such deduction has been made in prior reports 

12689—07 5 



64 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



and the remainder shown in a tliird column, which is omitted in this 
report. It is probable that the inference to be drawn from such 
deduction is substantially correct but, as has been said above, a spe- 
cial in<iuiry is now in progress designed to show precisely the facts in 
this regard, and for that reason the figures heretofore published show- 
ing such deductions are this year omitted. 

The next summary classifies by territorial groups the amounts of 
holdings of stocks and bonds by railway companies. These holdings 
are subdivided as between securities of railway companies and securi- 
ties of other corporations. 

Summary op Stocks and Bonds Owned by Railways, by Groups. 



stocks owned. 



Bonds owned. 



Territory cox-ered. 



liailway. 



Groupl $83,099,108 

Group II 512,799,702 

Group III ' 393,487,158 

Group IV j 75,180,017 

Group V ' 75,749,270 

Group VI ! 193,294,406 

G roup VII I 61 , 702, 759 

Group VIII ' 259,801,194 

Group IX 9,148,073 



Group X . 



United States 



692,907,332 



2,257,175,799 



Other. 



TotiiL 



Railwiiy. 



$18,322,055 
07,889,324 
55,580,813 
0,215,021 
8,044,852 
17,309,212 
18,041,893 
19,144,457 

582,728 1 
50,272,332 



$101,421,223 

580,089,080 

449,007,971 

81,401,038 

83,794,122 

210,003,678 

79,744,052 

278,945,051 

9,731,401 

049,179,004 



|$29,880,425 
I 88,828,282 
^ 50,400,377 
' 40,351,455 
' 50,461,518 
'l09,G79,502 
73,238,592 
'146,683,097 
' 2,821,181 
■ 30,894,001 




Other. 

$21,886,493 

40,880,148 

10,868,725 

6,552,577 

2,890,082 

11,021,256 

15,516,858 

12,441,217 

136,500 

5,155,473 



Total. 

$51,766,918 

135,708,430 
67,335,102 
52,904,032 
59,352,200 

121,300,758 
88,755,450 

159,124,914 

2,957,081 

36,040,474 



The results of the year ending June 30, 1906, to the holders of 
railway securities were much more satisfactory than those of any 
preceding year, as is shown by the figures given in the next sum- 
mary, from which it appears that the portion of outstanding stock 
paying dividends rose during that year from 62.84 per cent to 66.54 
per cent of the total. The amount paid in dividends rose from 
$237,964,482 to $272,795,974. The amount paid in dividends 
increased more rapidly than did the par value of the stocks upon 
which dividends were paid, so that the average rate paid on divi- 
dend-paying stock rose from 5.78 per cent to 6.03 per cent. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



65 



Su:tfMARY SHOWING AMOUNT AND PeR CeNT OP CAPITAL StOCK UPON WHICH 

Dividends were Declared, and Amount and Rate Per Cent op Dividends 
Declared, for the Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1888 — United States. 



Year. 



190G 
1905 
1904 
1903 
1902 
1901 
1900 
1899 
1898 
1897 
189C 
1895 
1894 
1893 
1892 
1891 
1890 
1880 
1888 



Per eent 

of stock 

paying 

dividends. 



66.54 
62.84 
57.47 
56.06 
55.40 
51.27 
45.66 
40.61 
33.74 
29.90 
29.83 
29.94 
36.57 
38.76 
39.40 
40.36 
36.24 
38.33 
38.56 



Amount of 

stock paying 

dividends. 



$4,526,958,760 
4,119,086,714 
3,643,427,319 
3,460,737,860 
3,337,644,081 
2,977,575,179 
2,668,909,895 
2,239,502,545 
1,818,113,082 
1,603,549,978 
1,559,024,075 
1,485,618,453. 
1,767,925,565 
1,809,600,846 
1,825,705,437 
1,796,390,636 
1,598,131,933 
1,629,750,927 
1,490,267,149 



Am^unt 

paid in 

dividends. 



$272,795,974 

237,964,482 

221,941,049 

196,728,176 

185,391,^55 

156,735,784 

139,597,972 

111,009,822 

96,152,889 

87,110,599 

87,603,371 

85,287,543 

95,515,226 

100,929,885 

97,614,745 

91,117,913 

87,071,613 

82,110,198 

80,238,005 



Average rate 
paid on 
dividend- 
paying stock. 

6.03 

5.78 

6.09 

5.70 

5. 55 

5. 26 

5.23 

4.96 

5.29 

5.43 

5.02 

5.74 

5.40 

5.58 

5. 

5.07 

5.45 

5.04 

5.38 



0.35 



The next suniniaries contain a classification of stocks and funded 
debt based on the rate of dividend or interest paid. This classifica- 
tion is given by territorial groups as well as for the United States. 
Following such statement is an analysis of the charges against 
income on account of railway capital in which are shown the amoimts 
of dividends on common and preferred stock and of interest on 
funded debt. There is also shown the interest paid during the year 
on current liabilities. 

Condensed Statement op Stocks and Funded Debt, Classified by Rate op 

Dividend or Interest. 



Per cent paid. 



Notliing paid, 
From 1 to 2. . 
From 2 to 3.. 
From 3 to 4... 
From 4 to 5. . . 
From 5 to 6... 
From 6 to 7. . . 
From 7 to 8. . - 
From 8 to 9... 
From 9 to 10.. 
10 and above. 



Stocks. 



Total. 



$2,276,801,333 
128,764,461 
522,293,085 
205,785,325 
771,095,787 
517, 193, 525 
6-19, 302, 690 
1.016,324,934 
534,801,453 
12,526,810 
168,270,000 



6,803,760,093 



1 Less than 0. 01 i>er cent. 



Per cent : 

of total ' 

stock. 1 

1 


Funded debt 
(exclusive of 
equipment 
trust obliga- 
tions). 


Percent 

of total 

funded 

debt. 


33.46 1 


$287,954,851 


3.82 


1.89 


24,698,871 


.33 


7.08 


70,260,875 


.93 


3.03 , 


1,774,185,291 


23.53 


11.34 ! 


3,684,508,040 


48.85 


7.00 ; 


1,127,848,035 


14.95 


9.54 


441,039,362 


5.85 


14.94 


131,352,961 


L74 


7.86 : 


94,000 


0) 


.19 i 






2.47 ' 







100. 



7,541,942,286 



100. 



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REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Condensed Statement op Stocks and Funded Debt, Classified by Rate op 

Dividend or Interest — Continued. 





Analysis of funded debt. 


Per cent paid. 


Bonds. 


1 
1 

Per cent Miscella- 

of total 1 neous ob- 

bonds. 1 ligations. 


Per cent 

of totrfll 

miscella- 
neous ob- 
ligations. 


Income 
bonds. 


Per cent 
of total 
Income 
bonds. 


Nothinc paid 


S208,060,486 

18,462,900 

60,466,700 

1,292,349,614 

3,137,063,020 

972,779,560 

437,379,226 

131,115,456 

94,000 


3.32 82,827,570 
.30 4,735,971 

1. 11 794, 175 
20.62 367,157,927 
50.06 514.430.020 


0.29 

.48 

.08 

37.71 

52.84 

8.29 

.31 


$77,006,795 25.56 


From 1 to 2 


1,500,000 ; .50 

1 


From 2 to 3 


From 3 to 4 


114,677,750 : 3K.M 


From 4 to 5 


33,015,000 

74,371,350 

655,000 

237,505 


10.95 


From 5 to 6 


15.52 
6.96 
2.09 


80,697,125 
3,005,136 


24.66 


From 6 to 7 


.22 


From 7 to 8 


.08 


From 8 to 9 


0) 






From 9 to 10 


1 






10 and above 




! 1 


1 






1 •■ i 


Total 


6,266,770,962 


loa 


973,647,924 


loa 


301,523,400 


100. 







1 Less than 0.01 per cent. 

Summary Showing the Per Cent op Capital Stock Paying No Dividends 
FOR the Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1896, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States.. 



1906. 



IS. 08 
26.36 
39.93 
35.39 
60.27 
35.40 
6.96 
43.34 
69.00 
23.13 



1905. 



1904. 



17.13 
26.18 
38.85 
33.90 
49.39 
37.12 
7.53 
45.28 
74.44 
48.83 



33.46 



18.56 
34.79 
37.04 
34.16 
50.05 
32.26 
8.43 
47.00 
82.04 
80.20 



37. 16 42. 53 



1903. 



20.03 
38.08 
40.95 
36.36 
53.29 
33.74 
7.25 
44.89 
7a 18 
81.27 



43.94 



1902. 

17.40 
3a 41 
42,53 
35.47 
61.13 
32.39 
19.63 
41.50 
83.62 
81.70 



44.60 



1901. 


1900. 


1899. 


1808. 


1807. 


iao2 

45.38 
52.14 
37.15 
58.38 
33.84 
16.39 
52.92 
86.65 
79.70 


19.33 
47.90 
57.65 
69.92 
60.12 
3a 09 
16.86 
61.64 
91.03 
82.66 


19.75 
53.22 
6a 89 
72.38 
62.45 
38.64 
3a 00 
71.60 
01.24 
82.24 


20.08 
54.05 
72.67 
74.00 
76.22 
47.61 
62.42 
as. 02 
03.17 
8a 70 


21.38 
53.51 
71.28 
84.02 
7a 78 
54.18 
69.50 
89.64 
00.27 
06w87 


4a 73 


64.34 


50.30 


66.26 


70.10 



1806. 

20.86 
55.52 
65.70 
01.10 
84.04 
52.76 
6a 09 
80.05 
09.31 
9a 40 

70.17 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



67 



Classification op Stocks by Rate op Dividend, by Groups. 



Temtory tjovered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII., 
Group VIII, 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



Nothing paid. 



From 1 to 2 ix>r 
cent. 



From 2 to 3 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$46,601,131 
374,665,950 
385,145,280 
110,733,493 
192,805,702 
393,087,726 
23,524,300 
374,901,681 
182,289,178 
193,046,883 



United States . . 2,276,801,333 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 

15.08 
26.36 
39.93 
35.39 
50.27 
35.40 
6.96 
43.34 
69.00 
23.13 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



From 3 to 4 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$5,178,052 
7,510,209 
1,SOO,000 

62,318,347 
472, 353 

18,250,500 



1.68 

.53 

.13 

19.92 

.12 

1.64 



5,976,000 

3,750,000 

24,000,000 



.69 
1.42 
2.88 



$5,241,138 
82,296,033 
10,380,000 

O, 04o, oOo 

751,900 
11,372,400 



1.70 
5.79 
1.08 
1.77 
.20 
1.03 



33,232,035 3.84 

8,124,405 I 3.07 

305,349,250 43.77 



33.46 128,764,461 | 1.89 522,293,085 



7.C8 



$5,048,675 

21,437,300 

101,853,850 



6,030,000 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



1.63 

1.51 

10.56 



1.57 



4,140,000 



.48 



67,275,500 



8.06 



205,785,325 



3.03 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III-. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI-.. 
Group VII. 
Group VIII, 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



United States 



From 4 to 5 
cent. 



per 



Amount. 



$8,072,350 

158,648,768 

170,939,427 

76,468,933 

22,419,723 

92,571,193 

61,099,626 

108,780,798 

20,367,125 

52,327,844 



771,605,787 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



2.61 

11.16 

17. 72 

24.44 

5 84 

8.34 

18.06 

12.57 

7.71 

6.27 



From 5 to 6 per 
cent. 



.\mount. 



$25,547,900 
241,817,687 
82,756,893 
23,716,329 
63,564,250 
25,010,966 



37,110,495 

6,116,600 

11,552,405 



11.34 517,193,525 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



8.27 
17.01 

8.58 

7.58 
16.67 

2.25 



4.29 
2.32 
1.38 



7.60 



From 6 to 7 per 
cent. 



From 7 to 8 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$22,855,300 
349,704,410 

8,401,957 
24,690,674 
86,658,575 
90,058,947 

6,294,244 
42,935,900 
15,025,000 

2,677,674 ; 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



Amount. 



7.40 

24.61 

.87 

7.89 

22.50 

8.11 

1.86 

4.96 

5.09 

.32 



$55,794,200 

29,480,550 

68,118,686 

5,700,000 

6,103,750 

443,677,830 

123,091,838 

142,620,386 

24,965,744 

116,771,950 



649,302,600 



9.54 1,016,324,934 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group. 



18.05 

2.08 

7.06 

1.82 

1.59 

39.96 

36.40 

16.40 

9.45 

13.99 



14.94 



From 8 to 9 per 
cent. 



Territory covered. 



Amount. 



Group I $119,321,500 



Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII., 
Group Vm 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



68,987,650 

117,681,648 

220,000 

25,000 

28,057,052 

124,194,810 

75,513,793 



United States.. 



800,000 



534,801,453 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group 



38.62 

4.85 

12.20 

.07 

.01 

2.53 

36.72 

8.73 



.10 



7.86 



From 9 to 10 per 
cent. 



Amoimt. 



$2,300,000 
6,409,510 



2,989,300 



60,000 



1,768,000 



12,526,810 



Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 
group 



0.74 
.38 



96 



(») 



,20 



19 



10 per cent and 
above. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

stock 

in 




group. 


$13,045,800 


4.22 


81,268,076 


5.72 


18,034,600 


1.87 


615,000 


.16 


4,758,000 


1.24 


8,152,500 


.74 


38,124,915 


4.41 


3,530,000 


1.34 


841,800 


.10 


168,270,600 


2.47 



Total. 



Amount. 



$309, 
1,421, 
964, 
312, 
383, 
1,110, 
338, 
866, 
264, 
834, 



006,046 
226, 151 
612,341 
897,931 
589,253 
308,114 
204,818 
104,012 
168,112 
643,315 



6,803,760,093 



Per 
cent cf 

total 
stock. 



4.64 
20.89 
14.17 

4.60 

5.64 
16.32 

4.97 
12.72 

a88 
12.27 



loa 



> Less than 0.01 per cent. 



68 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification of Funded Debt, Exclusive of Equipment Trurt Obligations, 

BY Rate op Interest, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States 



Notliing paid. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 

in 
group 



$809,892 
41,453,269 
60,925,364 

7,460,399 
48,884,067 
44,797,425 

1,095,000 
46,353,887 
24,060,248 
12,115,300 



0.36 
2.70 
5.04 



From 1 to 2 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 

in 
group 



2.09 1 


7.33 


a52 


.39 


4.09 


6.99 


1.83 



$10,335,971 
5,182,000 



8,511,900 
669,000 



287,954,851 



3.82 



24,688,871 



From 2 to 3 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



0.67 
.43 



L27 
.05 



.33 



$500,000 

9,725,175 

54,757,000 

65,200 

150,000 

9n,000 



4,080,500 



70,260,875 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 

debt 

in 

group. 



From 3 to 4 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



0.22 
.03 

4.54 
.02 
.02 
.OS 



1.18 



.93 



$24,480,000 

508,312,781 

341,046,260 

6,462,000 

40,143,000 
474,707,742 

77,954,349 
147,215,863 

21,502,398 
132,360,889 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 
in 
group. 



11.08 

33.07 

28.21 

1.81 

&01 

37.26 

27.83 

14. SS 

6.24 

19.96 



1,774,185,291 



2^53 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United Stales . 



From 4 to 5 per 
cent. 



From 5 to 6 per 
cent. 



From 6 to 7 per 
cent. 



From 7 to 8 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$136,354,264 
572,867,363 
543,701,571 
315,124,764 
378,794,177 
494,067,214 
181,299,961 
576,133,118 
105,750,486 
380.406,122 



3.684,508,040 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 

in 
group. 



61.71 
37.26 
44.98 
88.28 
56.76 
38.77 
64.72 
58.25 
30.71 
57.38 



Amount. 



Per ] 

cent of 

fund- ! 

ed 

debt 

in 
group. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 

in 
group 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 
in 
group. 



$40,632,000 
206,201,185 
140,003,667 

21,077,995 
160,722,464 
179,539,140 

13,666,705 
156,395,529 
137,841,850 

71,707,500 



18.30 
ia42 
11.58 

5.90 
24.08 
14.09 

4.88 
15.82 
4a 02 
10.83 



$13,668,244 

135,145,713 

37,619,500 

2, 528, 397 

23,024,215 

05,486,580 

6,095,087 

51,426,300 

44,988,793 

61,056,533 



6.19 
8.79 
3.11 
.71 
3.45 
5.14 
2.18 
5.20 
13.06 
9.21 



$4,522,000 
52,977,303 
25,577,000 
4,251,000 
7,199,400 
13,938,500 



2.05 
a 45 
2.11 
1.19 
1.08 
1.09 



11,472,205 I 
0,203,553 
5,212,000 



I.IG 

1.80 

.79 



43.85 1,127,848,035 14.95 '441,039,302 i 5.85,131,352,961 



1.74 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



69 



Classification of Funded Debt, Exclusive of Equipment Trust Obligations, 

BY Rate of Interest, by Groups — Continued. 





From 8 to 9 per 
cent. 


From 9 to 10 per 
cent. 


10 per cent and 
above. 


Total. 


Territory covered. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 
in 
group. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 

debt 

In 

group. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 
debt 

in 
group. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 
fund- 
ed 

debt 

in 

group. 


Group I 






'. 




$220,966,400 

1.537,112,760 

1,208,812,371 

356,969,755 

667,435,223 

1,274,182,601 

280,111,102 

988,996,902 

344,436,828 

662,918,344 


2.93 


Group 11 


$94,000 ! 0.01 


" ''( 


20.38 


Group III 


( 1 1 


16.03 


Group IV 


1 


i i 




4.73 


Group V 


1 


: 1 




8.85 


Group VI 


i 


1 ; 




16.90 


Group VII 





J ■ ■ 1 ■ 




a 71 


Group VIII 


t 


1 1 




laii 


Group IX 


1 


i ! _!__.____ 


4.67 


Group X 


t i 1 




8.79 




1 








United States . . 


94,000 ri^ 


;' 




7,541,942,286 


100. 








1 I 







1 Less than 0.01 per cent. 
Classification of Bonds by Rate of Interest, by Groups. 



Nothing paid. 



From 1 to 2 per 
cent. 



From 2 to 3 per 
cent. 



From 3 to 
cent. 



4 per 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII., 
Group VI n. 
Group IX.. 
Group X 



Amount. 



$758,692 
22,288,495 
30,160,930 

5,621,500 
35,921,500 
32,827,651 

1,095,000 
46,353,137 
23,913,281 

9,120,300 



Per 1 
cent of 
group 

tour. I 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of| 

group; 

total. ' 



$5,600,000 
3,082,000 



0.48 
.37 



United States . . 208,060,486 



0.55 ' 
1.90 , 
3.07 ' 
1.68 j 
6.06 ' 

2.77 ; 

.43! 

5.58 ' I i 

8.57! ' I 4,080,500 

1.86 ' I ' 



8,511,900 
669,000 



1.44 
.06 



$0,431,000 

54,767,000 

65,200 

156,000 

977,000 




.30 



09,466,700 





Amount. 



$3,300,000 

272,702,217 

248,822,721 

4,082,000 

40,143,000 
467,689,401 

77,954,349 

93,047,476 
180,000 

84,428,450 



Per 

cent of 

group 

totftl. 



2.41 

23.27 

2&29 

1.22 

6.77 

39.46 

29.95 

11.20 

.06 

17.23 



1.11 : 1,292, 349, 014 ; 20.62 



70 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

« 

Classification of Bonds by Rate of Interest, by Groups — Continued. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII '... 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States 



From 4 to 6 per cent. 



Amount. 



S76,494,064 
473,003,872 
450,215,047 
304,304,408 
349,386,148 
431,146,245 
161,535,840 
510,661,788 
105,759,486 
265,656,122 



Per 
cent of 
group 
total. 



55.78 
40.36 
46.67 
90.70 
58.92 
36.37 
62.07 
61.48 
37.88 
54.20 



3,137,063,020 



50.06 



From 6 to 6 per 
cent. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


$38,532,000 


28.09 


201,931,185 


17.23 


124,342,667 


12.64 


14,639,059 


4.36 


129,895,400 


21.91 


173,113,140 


14.61 


13,666,705 


5.25 


117,678,624 


14.17 


94,398,280 


33.81 


04,582,500 


13.18 


972,779,500 


15.52 



From 6 to 7 per 
cent. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 
group 
totAl. 


S13,543,244 


9.87 


134,139,213 


11.45 


37,424,500 


3.80 


2,506,554 


.75 


21,724,215 


3.66 


64,885,607 


5.47 


6,000,000 


2.31 


51,426,300 


6.19 


44,673,000 


16.00 


61,056,533 


12.46 


437,379,226 


6.98 



From 7 to 8 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



14,522,000 
52,777,703 
25,577,000 
4,251,000 
7,199,400 
13,938,500 



aso 

4.50 
2.60 
1.27 
1.21 
1.18 



11,434,300 
6,203,553 
5,212,000 



1.38 
2.22 
1.07 



131,115,456 



2.00 



From 8 to 9 per 
cent. 



Territory covered. 



Amount. 



Per 

oent of 

group 

total. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII., 
Group VIII, 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



I04,<X)0 



United States 



94,000 



0.01 



(») 



From 9 to 10 per 
oent. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 
group 
total. 



10 per cent and 
above. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



Total. 



Amount. 



S137, 150,000 
1,171,967,685 
983,981,865 
335.460,721 
592,937,563 
1,185,246,604 
260,251,894 
830,601,625 
279,208,100 
489,955,905 



6,266,770,962 



Per 

oent of 

total 

bonds. 



2.10 

18.70 

15.70 

6.35 

9.46 

l&Ol 

4.15 

ia26 

4.46 

7.82 



loa 



1 Less than 0.01 per oent. 



STATISTICS OP BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



71 



Classification op Miscellaneous Obligations by Rate of Interest, by Groups. 





Nothing paid. 


From 1 to 2 per 
cent. 


From 2 to 3 per 
cent. 


From 3 to 4 per 
cent. 


Territory covered. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Amount. 

$500,000 
294,175 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 

0.50 
.08 


Amoimt. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


OroiiD I 


$51,2C0 


0.06 




$21,180,000 

235,610,504 

92,223,&18 


25.27 


GrouD II 


$4,735,971 


1.38 


68.84 


OrouD III 


74,134 
1,414,145 
1,202,867 


.04 

7.88 
2.«) 


48.52 


OrouD IV 




■^ ■ 1 




GrouD V 


1 ' i : 




OrouD VI 


60,474 .09 
1 


i 1 


500,000 


.74 


Group VII 


i 




GrouD VIII 


750 
24,000 


7.06 


1 








GrouD IX 












Group X 








17,643,815 


15.00 




1 








United States . . 


2,827,570 


.2y 


4,735,971 


.48 


794, 175 


.08 


367,157,927 


37.71 




From 4 to 5 per 
cent. 


From 5 to 6 per 
cent. 


From 6 to 7 per 
cent. 


From 7 to 8 per 
cent. 


Territory covered. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Per 

k-rr.^,,ry* CCHtOf 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Group I 


$59,860,200 
97,963,491 
81,925,816 
10,070,356 
27,884,029 
61,481,677 
19,764,121 
55,471,330 


71.42 
28.62 
43.10 
56.12 
60 34 
60.86 
100.00 
63.13 


$2,100,000 
2,700,000 

15,661,000 
6,438,936 

15,827,064 
5,576,000 


2.51 
.79 

8.24 
35.88 
34.25 

8.24 


$125,000 0.15 
1,001,500 .29 




Group II 


1 


GrouD III 


195,000 

21,843 

1,300,000 

46,000 


.10 

.12 

2.81 

.07 






GrouD IV 






Group V 






Group VI 






Group VII 






Group VIII 


32,394,125 


36.87 








Group IX 


315,793 92.94 






G roup X 


100,009,000 


85.00 













1 




1 


United States . . 


514,430,020 


52.84 


80,697,125 


8.29 


3,005,136 -31 


!. 











Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.. 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII. 
Group IX.. 
Group X . . . 



From 8 to 9 per 
cent. 



! From 9 to 10 per 
cent. 



10 per cent and 
above. 



Total. 



I 



I 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



Amount. 



United States. 



I 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 

froup 
otal. 



Amount. 



$83,816,400 

342,305,701 

190,079,498 

17,945,280 

46,213,960 

67,664,151 

19,764,121 

87,866,205 

339,793 

117,652,815 



Per 

cent of 

total 

mis- 
cella- 
neous 
obliga- 
tions. 



973,647,924 



8.61 

35.16 

19.52 

1.84 

4.75 

6.95 

2.03 

9.03 

.03 

12.08 



loa 



1 Less than 0.01 per cent. 



72 



KEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Classification op Income Bonds by Rate op Interest, by Groups. 



, 


Nothing paid. 


From 1 to 2 per 
cent. 


From 2 to 3 per 
cent. 


From 3 to 4 per 
cent. 


Territory covered. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

totaL 


Amount. 


Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent of 


G roup I 
















Group II 


$19,104,774 

30,690,300 

424,754 

11,750,700 

11,909,300 


83.91 
88131 
11.95 








i 




Group III 


fl, 500, 000 


4.32 




i 




Group IV. . 






$2,380,000 


66. 9G 


Group V 


41.57 


I 




• 




Group VI 


55.98 


1 


1 


6,518,341 


30.64 


Group VII 










Group VIII 












54, 168, 387 
21,322,398 
30,288,624 


7&80 


Group IX 


122,907 
2,995,000 


.19 
5.42 








32.86 


Group X 










54.76 














United States... 


77.066,796 


25i56 


1,500,000 


.50 






114,677,750 


38.03 











Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II . . . 
Group III.. 
Group IV,. 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII., 
Group VIII, 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



United States. 



From 4 to 5 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$1,900,000 

2,560,708 

750,000 

1,524,000 

1,439,292 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



From 5 to 6 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



8.32 
7.37 
21.09 
5.39 
6.77 



Per 
cent of 

froup 
otal. 



$1,570,000 



6.87 



15,000,000 I 53.04 



850,000 



10,000,000 
14,841,000 



4.00 



33,016,000 



14.18; 6,322,780 

i 43,443,570 

26.83 7,185.000 



8.97 
06.95 
12.99 



10.95 74,371,360 24.06 



From 6 to 7 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



$5,000 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



0.02 



554,913 2.61 
95,087 !l00.00 



655.000 1 .22 



From 7 to 8 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 

froup 
otaf. 



$190,600 



0.88 



37,906 



05 



237,506 



.06 



From 8 to 9 per 
cent. 



Territory covered. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 

j UTolip 

! total. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV.., 

Group V 

Group VI.. 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII. 
Group IX.. 
Group X . . . 



From 9 to 10 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



Per 
cent of 

I Praup 
i total. 



10 per cent and 
above. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 

group 

total. 



Total. 



Amount. 



Per 

cent of 
total 
In- 
come 

bonds. 



United States. 



$22,839,374 
34.751,008 

28,283.700 
21,271,846 
95,067 
70,529,072 
64,888,935 
55,309,624 



901,523,400 



7.57 

11.53 

1.18 

9.38 

7.06 

.03 

23.39 

21.52 

1&34 



lOQL 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



73 



Charges Against Income on Account of Railway Capital during the Year 

ENDING June 30, 1906. 



Territory covered. 



GroopI 

Group II 

Group III ». 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII i 22,077,356 

Group IX 2,522,802 



Designation of items. 



Dividends 

on common 

stock. 



S16,444,l£0 
63,373,984 
20,536,994 
5,029,760 
8,651,230 
45,810,050 
20,614,098 



Group X, 



United States. 



16,128,691 



221,245,145 



Dividends 
on pre- 
ferred 
stock. 



SI, 826,014 
5,354,152 
9,016,745 
3,740,108 
094,154 
9,950,709 
2^916,498 
9,056,094 
1,799,485 
7,196,210 



51,550,829 



Interest 

on funded 

debt. 



S9, 085, 687 
67,031,794 
42,528,912 
15,904,318 
30,003,759 
55,610,703 
11,875,015 
42,380,601 
16,089,379 
30,779,016 



322,555,934 



Total. 



S27,355,8S1 | 
136,359,930 | 
72,082,651 : 
24,674,246 ' 
39,409,143 I 
111,377,522 
35,406,211 I 
73,520,741 
21,011,606 
54,153,917 



595,351,908 



Interest 
on intorest- 
I bearing 
I current lia^ 

biUties. 



$588,124 

1,601,748 

2,388,821 

238,085 

629,371 

1,544,504 

00,880 

1,461,103 

1,112,911 

2,027,469 



Other 
pay- 
ments 
from net 
income. 



11,653,076 



$32 

4,000 

13,883 

8,955 
28,723 



55,593 



PUBLIC SERVICE OF RAILWAYS. 

1. Comparative Summary of Passenger and Freight Service for 
the Years 1906 to 1896. 

2. Public Service of Railways, by Groups — Passenger Service. 

3. Public Service of Railways, by Groups — Freight Service. 

4. Analysis of Freight Traffic. 

5. Analysis of Freight-Car Mileage. 

The following summaries contain statements of the amounts of 
freight and passenger traffic, together with certain typical units 
showing the general tendency in railway transportation from year 
to year. The first summary pertains to the United States as a whole. 



74 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Comparative Summary of Passenger and Freight Service for the Years 

ENDING June 30, 1906 to 1896 — ^United States. 



Item. 



Passengers carried: 

a. Number of passengers reported as carried. 

Passengers carried 1 mile 

Passengers carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Tons carried: 

a. Number of tons reported as carried. 

b. Number of tons reported as carried, ex- 

cluding tonnage received from connecting 

roads and other carriers. * 

Tons carried 1 mile 

Tons carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Passenger-train mileage 

Average number of passengers in train 

Average journey per passenger, miles 

Freight-t rai n mileage 

Average number of tons in train 

Average haul per ton: 

a. T>i)ical haul of the average railway, miles. 

b. Typical haul of all the railways regarded as 

a system, miles. 

Total revenue-train mileage 

Total mileage of freight cars 



1906. 



1 797, 046, 116 

26,167,240,831 

114,629 

» 1,631,374,219 
896,169,486 



216,877,661,241 

982,401 

479,037,653 

49 

31.64 

694,006,826 

344.39 

132.33 
240.89 

1,105,877,091 
16,589,958,024 



1905. 


19(M. 


738,834,667 


715,419,682 


23,800,149,436 


21,923,213,536 


109,949 


104,198 


1,427,731,905 


1,309,899,165 


784,920,188 


714,375,339 



186,463,109,510 ! 174,622,089,577 



861,396 


829,476 


459,827,029 


440,464,866 


48 


46 


32.21 


30.64 


546,424,405 


535,090,971 


322.26 


307.76 


130.60 


133.23 


237.66 


244.30 


1,038,441,430 


1,007,629,452 


15,082,070,763 


14,353,650,056 



Item. 



Passengers carried: 

a. Number of passengers reported as carried . 

Passengers carried Imile 

Passengers carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Tons carried: 

a. Number of tons reported as carried. 

b. Number of tons reported as carried, ex- 

cluding tonnage received fiom connecting 

roads and other carriers. « 

Tons carried 1 mile 

Tons carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Passenger-train mileage 

Average number of passengers in train 

Average journey per passenger, miles 

Freight-train mileage 

Average number of tons in train 

Average haul per ton: 

a. Typical haul of the avera^ railway, miles. 

b. Typical haul of all the railways regarded as 

a system, miles. 

Total revenue-train mileage 

Total mileage of freight cars 



1903. 



694,891,535 

20,915,763,881 

103,291 

1,304,394,323 
714,767,821 



173,221,278,993 

855,442 

425,142,204 

46 

30.10 

526,312,433 

310.54 

132.80 
242.35 

962,946,284 
14,193,718,006 



1902. 



649,878,505 

19,689,937,620 

99,314 

1,200,316,787 
657,846,807 



167,289,370,063 

793,351 

406,613,231 

45 

30.30 

499,711,176 

296.47 

131.04 
239.10 

936,148,675 
•13,340,366,056 



1901. 



607,278,121 

17,353,588,444 

89,721 

1,089,226,440 
583,692,427 



147,077,136,040 

760,414 

386,172,567 

42 

28.58 

491,942,041 

281.26 

135.03 
251.98 

906,002,818 
•12,832,092,200 



1 Includes an estimate for certain roads, as their records for this Item were destroyed in the San Fran- 
cisco fire of April, 1906. 
s Figures include an apportionment of unclassified tonnage. 
* Includes a small amount nut previously reported. 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 



75 



Comparative SuxMmary of Passenger and Freight Service for the Years 
ENDING June 30, 1906 to 1896 — United States — Continued. 



Item. 


1900. 


1899. 


1898. 


Passengers carried: 

a. Number of passengers reported as carried. . 
Passengers carried 1 mile 


576,831,251 

16,038,076,200 

83,290 

1,081,983,301 
583,351,351 

141,596,551,161 

735,352 

363,469,596 

41 

27.80 

492,543,526 

270.86 

130.87 
242.73 

886. 704, 630 


523,176,508 

14,501,327,613 

77,821 

943,715,372 
501,527,375 

123,667,257,153 

659,565 

354,416,916 

41 

27.89 

507,841,798 

243.52 

131.04 
246.58 


501,066,681 

13,379,930,004 

72,462 

863,628,605 


Passengers carried 1 mile per mile of line 


Tons carried: 

o. Number of tons reported as carried 

b. Number of tons reported as carried, ex- 


cluding tonnage received from connecting 
roads and other carriers. » 
Tons carried 1 mile *. . . 


114,077,576,305 
617,810 


Tons carried 1 mile per mile of line 


Passnngnr-train mileage. .... 


341,526,769 


Average number of passengers in train 


39 


Averaee journey per passenger, miles 


26.70 


Freight-train mileage 


503,766,258 


Average number of tons in train 


226.45 


Average haul per ton: 

a. Typical haul of the average railway, miles. . 

b. Typical haul of all the railways regarded as 


132,09 


a system, miles. 
Total revenue-train mileacre 




Total mileaire of freight cars 


•12,476,705,508 









Item. 



Passengers carried: 

a. Number of passengers reported as carried. . 

Passengers carried 1 mile 

Passengers carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Tons carried: 

a. Number of tons reported as carried 

b. Number of tons reported as carried, ex- 

cluding tonnage received from connecting 

roads and other carriers, i 

Tons carried 1 mile 

Tons carried 1 mile per mile of line 

Passenger-train mileage 

Average number of passengers in train 

Average journey per passenger, miles 

Freight-train mileage 

Average number of tons in train 

Average haul per ton: 

a. Typical haul of the average railway, miles. . 

b. Typical haul of all the railways r^arded 

as a system, miles 

Total revenue-train mileage 

Total mileage of freight cars 



1897, 



489,445,198 

12,256,939,647 

66,874 

728,900,275 



95,139,022,225 

519,079 

335,018,605 

37 

25.04 

464,962,242 

204.62 

130.52 



1896. 



511,772,737 

13,049,007,233 

71,705 

753,716,562 



95,328,360,278 

523,832 

332,854,218 

39 

25.50 

479,500,170 

198.81 

126.48 



Increase, 1906 
over 1905. 



59,111,449 

1,367,091,395 

4,580 

203,642,314 
111,239,297 



29,414,441,731 

121,005 

19,210,524 

1 

« .67 

47,581,420 

22.13 

1.73 

3.33 

67, 435, 661 

1,507,887,261 



1 Figures include an apportionment of unclassified tonnage. 

* Not previously reported. 

'Decrease. 

The figures above given show that the trafl5c of the year ending June 
30, 1906; far exceeded that of any preceding year. A comparison of 



76 REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEECB COMMISSION. 

theso figures shows that the increase in the number of passengers re- 
ported as carried during that year was nearly three times as great as 
that during the preceding year. The increase in the number of pas- 
sengers carried 1 mile was, however, only about three-fourths as great 
as the like increase for the preceding year, indicating that the aver- 
age journey per passenger was appreciably less, being for that year 
31.54 miles as against 32.21 miles for the preceding year. 

The expansion in freight traffic during the year ending June 30, 
1900, is likewise remarkable. The increase in number of tons 
reported as carried during that year is nearly twice as great as the like 
increase during the preceding year, while the increase in number of 
tons reported as originating upon the line of the reporting carrier 
was nearly one and six-tenths times the like increase during the 
preceding year, thus indicating an appreciably greater degree of 
interchange of freight between connecting carriers than existed dur- 
ing the preceding year. The average haul also increased during the 
year from 130.60 miles to 132.33 miles. This is the average haul 
upon the line of the reporting carrier, and it does not indicate the 
length of travel of the average ton. That length, called in the above 
statement the " Typical haul of all the railways regarded as a sys- 
tem,'' was 240.89 miles during the year ending June 30, 1906, as 
against 237.56 miles during the preceding year. Because of these 
increases in amoimts carried, and also in the distances moved, the 
total amoimt of freight transportation, expressed in ton-miles, rose 
very markedly, the increase during the year under consideration 
being more than 29,000,000,000 of ton-miles as against an increase 
during the preceding year of less than 12,000,000,000. This con- 
siderable increase in traffic was not effected without a considerable 
increase both in revenue-train mileage and in freight-car mileage, the 
increase in revenue-train mileage during the year being nearly 
68,000,000 as against an increase during the preceding year of less 
than 31,000,000, and the increase in freight-car mileage during the 
year more than 1,500,000,000 as against less than half that during the 
preceding year. The year ending June 30, 1906, must, therefore, be 
considered as greatly surpassing all its predecessors in the railway 
history of the United States. 

The summaries next given show the more significant of these figures 
assigned by territorial groups, thus indicating the conditions under 
which traffic is carried in the various parts of the cpmitry. 



STATISTICS OP BAILWA'YS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



77 



Summary Showinq Public Service op Railways, by Groups — Passenger 

Service. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States 



Paaaenger- 
train mile- 
age. 


Number of 

passengers 

carried. 


Number of 

passengers 

carried 1 mile. 


1 Number of 

passengers 

carried 1 

mile per 

mile of 

line. 


Average 
number 
of pas- 
sengers 
in train. 


36,744,544 


132,032,680 


2,551,028,708 


316,623 


67 


100,384,801 


200,382,054 


6,404,432,232 


275,365 


58 


72,010,980 


83,989,856 


3,245,109,559 


126,704 


44 


20,035,896 


20,731,090 


825,176,609 


65,110 


36 


40,501,980 


41,342,405 


1,608,375,960 


63,959 


36 


91,878,110 


115,033,584 


4,245,0ti8,031 


85,703 


43 


15,308,138 


8,801,556 


072,515,486 


85,237 


58 


45,803,571 


33,115,690 


2,076,406,230 


67,449 


41 


17,244,109 


15,921,808 


824,784,680 


54,185 


42 


30,035,522 


147,505,393 


2,323,353,177 


131,052 


GO 


479,037,553 


1797,946,110 


25,167,240,831 


114.529 


40 



Average 
journey 
per pas- 
senger. 



19.32 
21.60 
38.64 
39.80 
38.90 
36.91 
109.38 
62.70 
51.80 
48.91 

31.54 



1 See note 1, page 74. 



Summary SiiowixCf Public Service of Railways, by Groups — Freight 

Service. 



Territory coverccl. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States 



Freight- 
train mile- 
age. 



26,831,833 

130,402,525 

100,685,460 

28,246,825 

63,280,802 

114,256,770 

21,177,987 

S8, 010, 036 

24,342,383 

26,772,186 



Number of 

tons of 
freight car- 
ried. 



Number of 

tons of 

freight carried 

1 mile. 



68,439,903 

509,052; 859 

388,055,366 

58,021,473 

104.494,578 

282,853,290 

33,319,308 

91,140,138 

45,816,3.'>7 

» 48,374,887 



I 



5,991,440,330 
57,030,505,324 
43,857,600,070 
11,146,450,627 
16,106,391.805 
40,227,623,880 

8,757,167,231 
15,589,838,577 

6,410,603,778 
10. 150,800,535 



594,005,825 U,631,374.219 



215,877,551,241 



Number of 

tons of 
freight car- 
ried 1 mile 
per mile of 
line. 


Average 

number 

of tons 

in train. 


Average 

haul i>er 

ton. 


743,634 


220.82 


87.54 


2.443,924 


430.51 


113.23 


1,713,615 


426.33 


112. 76 


879.500 


359.04 


189.17 


640,485 


239.02 


154. 14 


811,977 


330.95 


142.22 


767,. 530 


385.28 


202.83 


506,392 


210. 07 


171. 04 


421,150 


241.22 


139. 9*2 


572,574 


a34. 93 


209.84 


982,401 


344.30 


132.33 



1 See note 1, page 74. 

The summary next given shows a somewhat extended classifica- 
tion of commodities carried, giving the tonnage of each. This ton- 
nage is further classified between tonnage originating on the line of 
the reporting carrier and tonnage received from connecting roads 
and other carriers. The first of these is the significant figure vdih 
regard to the total amount of traffic moved, because this more than 
any other figure avoids duplications. 



78 REPORT OF THE INTEBSTATE tOMMEBCE COMMISSIOK, 



Commodlly. 


''S' 


sax's 
sS'S 

rlsre. 


Total 
freight 
loonage. 


P™,«.«rt.«u»: 


Tom. 
35,858,333 
7,331,610 

6,479,756 
881,235 
3,428,880 
8,921,252 
3,258,701 


34,430,iS6 

s,oo5,oeo 

754,048 
2,SS7,e07 
11,581,161 


row. 
70,286.919 
I7,479.BOT 
12,204.0Q» 










' ' 




6,316,487 
20,502,«3 
S,263,«7 








Tolol 


70,201,720 


74,0113,140 


144,264,880 


Froduuts of animaH: 


11,089,455 
1. 813, 485 
2,480,537 
867,811 
353,438 
1,028,148 
1,309,952 


3,925,140 

3,680,638 

959, 167 

611.778 

1,550,94? 






















2,579.086 
2.858.327 






19.002,825 1 19,854.080 


38.SSa,BI» 


f rail ucts at mlnoi: 


50,608,122 
206,0«,K4 
33,198,613 
60,134,529 
57,998,371 
0,393,717 


IH 772,341 
43,024,625 
M, 385,775 
26,471,)i68 






















I3,6»4,98S 




436,450,476 


335,187.039 








Produots o( [orosl: 


14;84l!3S0 


00,321,389 
6,427,430 


137,887,280 
20,288,790 








92,187,351 


05,748,728 


15J,Ba6.07» 




ll(ujul«cturei: 


6,446,623 
2,793.864 
974,890 
21,199,517 
S,S4T.927 
13,474,784 
15,194,805 
27,368,544 
1,3S8.CU0 
1,482,380 
3,440.044 
1,919,918 
19,935.492 


7,586,171 

3,371,804 

540,405 

6,651,860 

15,920,394 
10,198,623 

1,304,5^ 

1,571. 453 
23.04B,58S 


14.031,79* 

e,16S.6M 

i,fiai.3ss 

37.02I.9TT 

12,490,790 














31 lls'lM 








2,7*»,a(3 

a,78a,8» 

6,913,2* 
3 .373 
















121.459,738 
33,319,615 
48,643.902 


111,533,330 


Xa 068 






27,)S8.98l 
30,323,300 


to., 























> i>aMiiotiiMiiidBi38,s«i,tMtoni, 



STATISTICS OP BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



79 



The next summary shows the relative amounts of the various 
classes of freight for the United States as a whole and also for each 
of the three grand territorial divisions which roughly correspond to 
the territory covered by the Official Classification, the Southern 
Classification, and the Western Classification. Comparison of the 
percentages for these various divisions is interesting as illustrating 
the varying characteristics of the freight traffic of the country in 
different regions. 

Summary showing Freight Traffic Movement, by Class of Commodity, 
Originating on Line of Reporting Roads — United States, and by 
Divisions. 



Class of commodity. 



Products of agriculture . 

Products of animals 

Products of mines 

Products of forests 

Manufactures 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



United States. 



Division I. 
Groups I, II, 
and III. Terri- 
tory north of 
Ohio and Poto- 
mac rivers and 
east of Illinois 
and Lake 
Michigan. 



Tonnage 
reported 
as origi- 
nating on 
line. 



Tons. 
70,201,720 
19,002,826 

435,450,476 
92,187,351 

121,458,738 
33,319,615 
48,543,902 



Per 
cent 
of 
aggre- 
gate. 



8.56 

2.32 

53.09 

11.24 

14.81 

4.06 

5.92 



Tonnage 
reported 
as origi- 
nating on 
line. 



Per 
cent 
of 
aggre- 
gate. 



Tons. 
21,201,316 
7,457,802 
261,966,505 
26,246,856 
85,865,077 
17,731,963 
28,052,467 



4.73 
1.66 

58.41 
5.85 

19.15 
3.95 
6.25 



Division II. 

Groups IV and 

V. Territory 

south of Ohio and 

Potomac rivers 

and east of 

lower Mississippi 

River. 



Tonnage 
reported 
as origi- 
nating on 
line. 


Per 
cent 

of 
aggre- 
gate. 



Grand total 'J820, 164.627 



100. 



448,521,985 



100. 



Tons. 

7,879,171 

906,456 

53,432,008 

21,695,641 

12,198,479 

3,696,2:5 

5,019,725 



7.52 

.86 

50.97 

20.70 

11.63 

3.53 

4.79 



104,827,715 ,100. 



Division III. 
Groups VI, VII, 
VIII, IX, and 
X. Territory 
west of Lake 
Michigan, Indi- 
ana, and lower 
Mississippi River. 



Tonnage 


Per 


reported 


cent 


as origi- 


of 


nating on 


aggre- 


line. 


gate. 



Tons, 
41,121,233 
10,638,567 
120,051,963 
44,244,855 
23,395,182 
11,891,417 
15,471,710 



266,814,927 



15.41 
3.99 
44. «9 
16.58 
8.77 
4.46 
5.80 



100. 



> See note to preceding summary. 

The tonnage used in the preceding statement, it will be noticed, is 
that reported as originating upon the line of the reporting carrier. 
It thus excludes dupUcation except in the case of through freight 
not moving on through waybills. It is interesting to note in this 
connection that while the tonnage of each of the several classes of 
freight shown m the summary was materially greater during the 
year covered by the report than during the preceding year, the 
increase in the amount of manufactures was so much greater than 
any of the other classes that it is the only class whose per cent of the 
total rose markedly, and with one exception the only one in which 
the per cent increased at all. 

The next two statements pertain to freight-car mileage. They 
show the mileage of loaded and of empty freight cars, classified, as far 
as possible, according to the direction of the movement. 



12689—07 6 



80 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary of Freight-Car Mileage for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 



Territory covered. 



Mileage of loaded freight cars. 



Group I j 150,839,764 

Group II ! 1,167,492,383 

Group III 1,014,640,828 

Group IV ' 332,930,343 

Group V j 484,747,589 

Group VI ; 1,086,214,233 

Group VII ! 217,682,379 

Group VIII I 504,706,722 

Group IX ! 1(>3, 269,999 

Group X ' 283,570.924 



United States 5,406,095,164 



South or west. 


Unclassified. 


115,103,718 


188,197,060 


616,864,861 


677,196,778 


906,727,497 


240,735,340 


209,214,204 


13,495 


512,047,815 


503,401 


970,470,010 


264.752,614 


159,870,881 


127,109,963 


482,171,334 


1,619,762 


216,842.240 


18,415,096 


282.336.799 


14,305,295 


4,471,055.359 


1.532,848.804 



Total. 



454,140,542 

2,461,554.022 

2,162,103,665 

5^,158,042 

997,298,805 

2.321,442,857 

504.663,223 

988,^7,818 

398,527,335 

580,213.018 

11,410,599.327 



Territory eovcre<l. 



Mileage of empty freight ears. 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III-. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI.-. 
Group VII -. 
Group VIII. 
Group IX-.. 
Group X 



North or e^ist. 



35,176.357 
220,858,463 
373,474,164 

85,003,602 
214,990,417 
372,234,381 

41,663,505 
192,273,923 
121,408,652 
103,616,264 



South or west. 



Unclassified. 



71,381,180 
773,628,409 
493,254,379 
191,033,535 
199,383,032 
487,684,551 
106,605,337 
225,019,953 

69,629,153 
110,359,150 



60,245,422 

344,639,684 

91,678,795 

8,347 

248.264 

115,527.181 

59.713,586 

782,852 

6.854,337 

8,488,265 



Total. 



Total mileage 
i of freight cars. 



106, 
1,339, 
958, 
270, 
414, 
975, 
207, 
418, 
197, 
222, 



802,959 
126,616 I 
407.338 
135,484 
621.713 , 
446,113 i 
982,428 
076,728 I 
892,142 ' 
463,679 



620, 

» 3,800, 

3,120, 

818, 

U,414, 

3,290, 

712, 

1.406, 

•696, 

802, 



943,501 
682,138 
511,003 
293. 52G 
218. 445 
888.970 
645.651 
574.546 
523,547 
676.007 



United States , 1,760,789,728 2,727,978,739, 688.186.733 5,170.955,200 < 16,589,958,024 



1 Includes 1.500. undistributed. 
« Includes 2,297,927, undistributed. 



» luclmies 104,070, undistributed. 
* Includes 2,4a3,407, undistributed. 



EARNINGS AND EXPENSES. 

1. Comparative Income Account of the Raihvaj^s in the tJnited 
States, Considered as a System, 1906 and 1905. 

2. Condensed Income Account: 

(a) Comparative Condensed Income Account, 1906 to 1896, 

by Totals. 
(6) Comparative Condensed Income Account, 1906 to 1896, 

per Mile of Line, 
(c) Condensed Income Account, by Groups. 

3. Analysis of Earnings and Income : 

(a) Analysis of Earning from Operation. 

(6) Analysis of Earnings from Operation, by Groups. 

(c) Analysis of Income from Other Sources, by Groups. 

4. Analysis of Expenditures: 

(a) Analysis of Operating Expenses. 

(6) Analysis of Operating Expenses, by Groups. 

(c) Analysis of Fixed Charges, by Groups. 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 81 

The first summary in the following set excludes all duphcations 
arising on account of intercorporate payments. It is made compara- 
tive for the years 1906 and 1905 and may be accepted as an income 
account of the railways of the United States considered as a sys- 
tem. It is such an income account as would have resulted from the 
actual operations had all such operations been conducted by a single 
corporation. 

The year ending June 30, 1905, was the first in which the gross 
earnings from operation exceeded $2,000,000,000. Marked as was 
the increase in that figure over its corresponding figure for the pre- 
ceding year, the corresponding increase during the year ending June30, 
1906, was more than two and one-fourth times as great, bringing the 
gross earnings from operation up from $2,082,482,406 to $2,325,765,- 
167. The increase in clear income from investments during the year 
was even more marked, being nearly four times as great as for the 
preceding year. 

This increase in gross earnings was not accomplished except 
through a considerable increase in operating expenses, that increase 
being more than $146,000,000 as against less than $52,000,000 for the 
preceding year. 

The increase in net earnings and income for the year was 
$105,843,285, as against a like increase during the preceding year of 
$57,788,019. A portion of this increase in net earnings was absorbed 
by increased taxes and a very slight amount by increased interest on 
current liabiUties, but the principal portion of that increase was 
available for the payment of interest on funded debt and for distribu- 
tion in dividends and corporate improvements. The amount availa- 
ble for dividends, adjustments, and improvements at the close of the 
year was $457,060,326, an increase of $83,796,803 over the correspond- 
ing figure for the preceding year. This increase was nearly twice as 
great as the corresponding increase during the preceding year. 



82 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Comparative Income Account of the Railways in the United States, Con- 
sidered AS A System, FOR the Years ending June 30, 1906 and 1905. 







Amount. 


Item. 


190C. 


1905. 


Increase. 


Gross earnings from opera- 
tion. 
ClcAr incoinfi from invest- 


$2,325,765,167 
60,520,306 




$2,082,482,406 
51,725,750 




$243,282,761 






8,794,550 


nicnts. 


$2,386,285,473 


$2,134,208,156 




Gross earnings and 
income. 

Operating expenses 

Balarics and maintenance 






252,077,317 


1,536,877,271 
571,431 


1,390,602,152 
612,518 


146,275.119 


•••«•••••«>•«•• 




141,087 


of leased lines. 


1,537,448,702 




1,391,214,670 




Total 






146,234,032 










Net earnings and in- 
come. 
Net interest on funded debt 


848,836,771 


742,993,486 


105,843,285 


305,337,754 
11,053,076 

74,785,615 


204,803,884 
11,451,400 

03,474,679 


10,533,870 


Interest on current liabil- 






201,676 


ities. 
Taxes 






11,310.936 




391,776,445 


369,729,963 




Total 






22,046,482 










Available for dividends. 


457,060,326 
213,555,081 


373,263,523 


83,796,803 


adjustments, and im- 
provements. 
Net dividends 






188,175,151 


25,379,930 








Available for adjust- 


— • 
« 243,505,245 


• 185,088,372 


58,416,873 


justments and im- 
provements. 







1 Decrease. 

• This amount comprises the following items: Permanent improvements. $49,042,631; advances to 
cover deficits in operation of weak lines (estimated), $5,000,000; miscellaneous deductions, $77J127,853; 
surplus, which is shown in summary on page 83. $112,334,761. 

•This amount comprises the following items: Permanent improvements, $37,720,024; advances to 
cover deficits in operation of weak lines (estimated), $5,000,000; miscellaneous deductions, $53,324,258; 
surplus, which is shown in summary on page 83, $89,043,490. 

The next summary shows a comparative condensed income 
account and statement for the years ending June 30, 1906 to 1896, 
inclusive. This has been compiled from the reports of the carriers as 
submitted, and in it there is no attempt made to locate duplications 
of receipts and expenditures on account of intercorporate payments. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



83 



Comparative Condensed Income Account for the Years ending June 30, 

1906 TO 1896. 



Item. 


Amount. 


1906. I 


1905. a 


1904. • 


1903. « 


1902. 6 I 1901. • 


Gross earnings from 
operation. 

Less operating ex- 
penses. 


1 ! 

|2,326,765,167'$2,082,482,406 $1,975,174,091 $1,900^46,907 $1,726,380,267 $1,688,626,037 
1,636,877,271 1,390,602,152 1,338,896,253 1,257,538352 1,116,248,747 1,030,397,270 


Income from op- 
eration. 
Income from other 
sources. 


788,887,896 
256,639,591 


691,880,254 
231,898,553 


636,277,838 
212,933,990 


643,308,055 
205,687,480 


610,131,520 
196,323,629 


558,128,767 
179,746,449 


Total income 

Total deductions from 
income. 


1,045,527,487 
660,341,159 


923,778,807 
596,688,420 


849,211,828 
570,425,902 


848,995,535 806,455,149 
552,619,4901 526,178,822 


737,875,216 
496,363,898 


Net income 

Total dividends (in- 
cluding "Otlier pay- 
ments from net in- 
come")* 


385,186,328 
7 272,851,567 


327,090,387 
« 238,046,897 


278,785,926 
» 222,056,595 


296,376,045 
w 197,148,576 


280,276,327 
"185,421,239 


241,611,318 
« 156,740,530 


Surplus from op- 
erations. 


112,334,761 


89,043,490 


56,729,331 


99,227,469 


94,855,088 


84,704,782 



1 222,310.30 miles of 

« 216,973.61 miles of 

•212.243.20 miles of 

4 205,313.54 miles of 

ft 200,154.56 miles of 

« 195,561.92 miles of 

7 Includes $55,593, * 

« Includes $82,415, * 

» Includes $115,546, 

w Includes $420,400, 

11 Includes $29,584, ' 

u Includes $10,752, ' 



line represented, 
line represented, 
line represented, 
line represented, 
line represented, 
line represented. 
' Otlicr payments from net income." 

* Other payments from net income." 

* ' Other payments from net income." 
' * Other payments from net income." 

* Other payments from net Income." 
'Other payments from net income." 



84 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Comparative Condensed Income Account foe the Years ending Junb 30, 

1906 to 1896— Continued. 





i 




Amount. 




• 


Item. 


1900.1 


1899.* 


1898. s 


1897. < 
$1,122,089,773 


1896.* 
$1,150,160,376 


Increase, 

1900 over 

1905. 


Gross earnings from 


1 i 
$1,487,044,814 $1,313,010,118 $1,247,325,621 


$243,282,761 


operation. 














Less operating ex- 


901,428,511 


850,908,999 


817,973,276 


752,524,764 


772,989,044 


146,275,119 


penses. 














Inconio from op- 


525,616,303 


456,641,119 


429,352,345 


309,565,009 


377,180,332 


97,007,642 


eration. 














Income from other 


102,885,071 


148,713,983 


138,202,779 


125,090,010 


129,024,731 


24,741,038 


sources. 














Total Income 


088,501,374 


005,355,102 


567,555,124 


494,655,019 


506,205,063 


121,748,680 


Total deductions from 


461,240,927 


441,200,289 


427,235,703 


413,397,513 


416,573,137 


63,652,739 


income. 














Net income 


227,280,447 


164,1M,813 


140,319,421 


81,257,506 


89,631,026 


68,085,941 


Total dividends (in- 


• 139,602,514 


» 111,089,936 


« 96,240,804 


» 87,377,989 


w 88,097,757 


34,804,670 


cluding "Other pay- 














ments from net In- 














come"). 














Surplus from op- 


87,657,933 


53,064,877 


44,078,557 


" 6,120,483 


1,534,160 


23,291,271 


erations. 















192,5.=>6.03 miles of line represented. 

187,534.68 miles of lino represented. 

18^1,648.20 miles of line represented. 

183,284.25 miles of line represented. 

181,982.01 miles of line represented. 

Includes ^4,542, ''Other payments from net income." 

Includes $80,114, "Other payments from net income." 

Includes $87,973, " Other payments from net income." 

Inelndes 1267,390, "Other payments from net income." 

Includes $494,386, "Other payments from net income." 

Deficit. 



The gross earning and operating expense figures in the preceding 
summary are the same as in the comparative income account of the 
railways in the United States considered as a system, but a difference 
of S196, 119,285 appears between the item '* Income from other 
sources" in the latter statement and the item '^ Clear income from 
investments" in the earlier statement. This difference is accounted 
for by the intercorporate payments resulting from agreements or 
contracts under which railway property is organized for the purpose 
of operation. The item '^ Total deductions from income" includes 
interest charges, rents, taxes, permanent improvements charged 
directly to income, and miscellaneous deductions of a similar char- 
acter. The duplication in income above referred to ia covered by 
this item of expenditure. 

The bookkeeping surplus — that is to say, the amount carrii from 
the income account to the balance sheet as the result of the '^ 



STATISTICS fP RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



85 



operations^ was $112,334,761, an amount considerably in excess of 
that for any preceding year, and more than one and one-fourth times 
as great as the corresponding figure for the year ending June 30, 1905- 
In the next summary the items already submitted in totals are 
assigned upon a mileage basis. Comparison of these figures, wliich 
are given for the last eleven years, shows very clearly the continu- 
ous increase in prosperity of the railways of the country. This sum- 
mary is followed by another, wliich gives in condensed form the 
income and expenditures of railways by territorial groups. 

CouPARATivE Condensed Income Account per Mile df Line Operated, for 









IVr 


mllD of line aprralfcl. 


In- 


lUm. 


■"'I'-- 


IHN. 


1OT3. 


i«n. 


UJ 


ISOO. ' IJM. 


lM8.i|a«T.i^IS96." 


ISOL 


GrosB oornlngs (ram op- 


iio,wow,»e 


K,306M,2U 


- 


l8,mi7,73!'l7,00i^M,755M,lK»,3M 1602 


I.fsai:iperBtinKeipcnBrB. 


(1,013- 6,4m 


C,30R| 6,12f 


S.5T7 


5,209 


..J.,., 


4,430, l,IOfl 


4,248 503 


Income from op- 


3,5«; 3,18e 


l,9es 3,13 


3,0« 


3,SS. 


3,7M 2,«S| 2.326' 2,016, 


2,072 359 


cralloB. 


1 




















Income Irom oCbor 


i,i» i,™ 


1,003 1,002 


981 


eis; Hi 

1 


703 


7« 




709 


86 


Total Innome 


4,7W 4,257 


<,O0lJ *,13i 


1,028 


3,773, 


3,575! 3,«si 3,074 


3,m 


2,7B1| US 




a,wi 




1,631 


2,1)31 


2,395' 2,383 2,31i 


2,255| 2,a8o! 220 


Incomi!. 




1 1 






1 1 






Net Income 


1,731 


l,6Mi 1,313| 1,«3 




1,1B0 87BJ 760 
72S BBS 521 


Hi 


492 aa 


Total (llTldoada (iwlad- 




l,l»7 I,0«' 90 


m 9)2 


IT 


484 IM 


lng"Olhetpayiiionti 










' 




1 


from net [neome"). 


















1 


Silrplua Irom op- 


11 


m 




m 


433 


455. sa 


230 


"33 


" 


OS 



' 102,556.03 miles ol line represDnti 

• 187,534.68 miles of Uno repnaent, 

• 18tW8.2a mllpB ol line representi 
»IS8,2g4.25 miles of line represent 
" 181,982.64 niUoB of Unc represenli 
"DaOdt. 



86 repoet of the interstate commerce commission. 
Condensed Income Account, by Gkoups. 





linerepres. 


lesuf 
nl«l-) 

mltoof 
line 


(23,681. lA It 
Une represe 


iai 


(iS^w"iKi 


',k...' ,.,SSSu^ 


Item. 






\m 


.n,™« 


mile of 
lino Amount- 


"5S" 








^t^: 






t^: 


Oro„<.m.«B..rc™o,. 


(128,2CS,330 


Jl5,S28»533,2«,47fl 


122,617 


1351, 440,204 «3,789'«01,872,3II 


ts,n« 


LeB operating eipeneea 


83,035,028 


10,049 352,297,304 


14,870 


250,122,503 


9,731 06,550,214 6,214 


Incomelromopar- 


37,332, «n 


4,S70 180,953,114 


7,M! 


104,317,011 


1,058' 38,315,998 3,003 


locomo from other 


lfl,(lM,3ia 


2,051 74,415,401 


3,142 


33,C02,058 


1,311 4,ltU,7ae' 3» 

1 


ToMllncome 


E3,SIG,T1S 


B,m\ 253,308,515 


10,783 


138,010,209 


5,369; 12,511,787: 3,331 




3J,T1!,18( 


4,2CB 1B5,875,GK 


7,00. 




3,704 20,541,391 3,0M 


income. 










i 1 


KfltErareme 


1B.2W,S38 


2,302 ra,4g2,sB2 


3,779, 42,792,2S2 


1,C6S; lS,907,3Se| 1,2S1 


Total dividend. (Includ- 


18,270,19. 


2,247 16S,7!8,lBi 


2,00J,> 19,557,7a 


1,150, • 8,7B3,Sll' 6S8 


ins "Other psytncoti 
Crom not lanome"). 












■ 




834,344 


1I5| 20,704,711 


877 


13,331,513 


515 


7,183,585 S6S 


nllon». 














1 




Group 
line n!pn8 


lleaol 
uted.) 


Or^up 
(50.103.71! n 

Amount. 


lleaol 
mod-) 

mile o 


Group VII. 
111,524.20 mile, ol 


Group VI 11. 
(31,290.* mllBa of 
line rop resented.] 


n™. 


AlDOUOt. 


■Ir 


, , 


mile'of 
linn 


Amount. 


■& 






lil'^. 




^i:5: 




•i!^ 




E 


Groaspnmingalromop- 


[187,173,894 


I7,3.W 


1435,373,843 


W,6D0 


1104 908,221 


(e,iaBS2IS,50S,67S 


le.sss 














r 




leM operating cipwiMB. 


130,7(8,371 


5,309 


278,202,068 


5,S.i4 


56,748.610 


1,024! ii2,7«,noe 


.,™ 


Incotna trom other 


50,*80,2ta 


1,081 


157,111,175 


3,13fi 


48,210,811 


1,184' 72,704,560 


,,» 


11,767,606 


462 


23.(181,167 


473 


9,SST,798 


■"1 "■"■"• 


sss 


Total Income. 


02,248,008 


3,443 


180.802,342 


3,«» 


57,007,412 


1,900 102,600,718 


s.ai 


Total deductlom from 


«S,S87,15. 










1,831 


64,114,0« 


2.(M0 


Inoome. 


















Net income 


lfl,3tlO,M4 


0*2 


73,041,000 


1,458 


80,600,070 


3,1W 


38,652,860 


1.233 


Total dividends (Includ- 


• D,3M,339 


307' 55,798,482 


1,114 23,530,590 


2,042 


si.ai.fM 


tBB 


ing "OltiEr pufmsnla 














irom net Income"). 






1 








Surplus Iromoper- 


7,ooa.«)5 


276 17,215,578 


344 12,079,374 


1,120 


7,418,(UO 


317 


'"'""■ 



















1 lDcIudesS:ri, OlhcrpaymentEfromnotlneomc 

■ Include. ti.iKX). "Other payments Irom net Income." 

■ Iitcludes tl3.883. "Olber paymont. from net tncomit. 
' Includes SJ-.n',", "Other pnymenti from net Ineome. 

> iDdudes 128,723, "Other payment, from lut Inoome.'' 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 87 

Condensed Income Account, by Groups — Continued. 



Item. 



Gross earnings from operation. 
Less operating expenses , 



Income from operation. 
Income from other sources. . . 



Total income 

Total deductions from income. 



Net income 

Total dividends (including ** Other payments from 
net income"). 

Surplus from operations 



Group IX. 

(15,458.83 miles of line 

represented.) 



Group X. 
(18,104.34 miles of lino 
represented.) 



Amount. 



$90,399,161 
66,702,772 



Per mile 

of linn 

operated. 



Amount. 



Per mile 

of line 

operated. 



15,843 ; $173,423,276 
4,315 I 97,626,545 



23,696,389 
1,085,040 



1,533 75,796,731 
70 , 51,787,468 



24,781,429 
22,513,500 



1,603 127,584,199 
1,450 , 76,587,496 



• 

$9,532 

5,366 


4,166 
2,846 


7,012 
4,209 



2,267,923 
4,322,287 



2,054,364 



147 I 50,996,703 
280 23,374,901 



2,803 
1,285 



» 133 I 27,621,802 



1,518 



1 Deficit. 



Following is an analysis, the purpose of which is to show the vari- 
ous sources from which railway companies derive their earnings. 
This analysis is made comparative for the years 1906 and 1905. 

Comparative Summary of Earnings and Income and Analysis op Earnings 
from Operation for the Years ending June 30, 1906 and 1905. 



Source of income. 



Gross amount. 



1906. 1 



1905. « 



Passenger revenue 

Mail 

Express 

Other earnings, pas- 
senger service. 

Freight revenue 

Other earnings, 
freight service. 

Other earnings from 
operation. 

Unclassified 



$510,032,583 , $472,694,732 

47,371,453 ' 45,426,125 

51,010,930 [ 45,149,155 

11,314,237 I 11,040,142 

i 
1,640,386,655 ;1, 450, 772, 838 



Total earnings 
from opera- 
tion. 
Income from other 
Bources. 

Total earnings 
andincome. 



6,645,222 



59,741,198 



262,889 



5,080,266 



52,319,148 



2,325,765,167 2,082,482,406 



256,639,591 



2,582,404,758 



231,898,553 



Proportion to 
total earnings. 



1906. ' 1905. 



Per ct. Per ct. 
21.93 I 22.70 

2.04 ! 2.18 

2. 19 ! 2. 17 

.48 I .53 



70.54 
.24 

2.67 

.01 



loa 



2,314,380,959 



C.9.67 
.24 

2.51 



100. 



Proportion to 

total earnings. 

and income. 



1900. 



Per ct. 

19.75 

1.83 

1.98 

.44 

63.52 
.22 

2.31 

.01 



1905. 



90.06 



9.94 



loa 



Perct. 
20.42 

1.96 

1.95 

.48 

62.69 
.22 

2.26 



89.96 



Increase, 1906 
over 1905. 



Amount. 



137,337,851 
1,945,328 
6,861,775 
274,095 



Per 

cent. 



7.90 

4.28 

12.98 

2.48 



189,613,817 13.07 
664,956 ' 11.12 



7,422,050 14.19 



262,889 



243,282,761 



10.02 24,741,038 



lOa 268,023,799 



11.68 



10.67 



11.58 



> 222,340.30 miles of line represented. 



> 216,073.61 miles of line represented. 



88 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Passenger revenue for the year amounted to $510,032,583, being 
an increase of $37,337,851, as compared with an increase of $28,367,741 
during the preceding year. The passenger revenue for the year under 
consideration was 21.93 per cent of the total earnings as against 22.70 
per cent for the preceding year. Freight revenue for the year under 
consideration was $1,640,386,655, an increase of $189,613,817 as 
against an increase during the preceding year of $71,770,145. The 
freight revenue of the year under consideration was 70.54 p>er cent of 
the total earnings from operation as against 69.67 per cent for the pre- 
ceding year. The increase in passenger revenue during the year 
imder consideration over that for the preceding year was 7.90 per 
cent, while the corresponding figure for freight revenue was 13.07 
per cent. The various minor classes of revenue arc clearly set out in 
the preceding summary and need no discussion here. 

The follo^ving summary furnishes a corresponding analysis of earn- 
ings from operation by territorial groups. 

Summary op Earnings and Income and Analysis op Earnings from Opera- 
tion, BY Groups. 



Group I. 
(8.131.89 nilles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Group II. 
(23,081.15 miles of lino repre- 
sented.) 



Source of income. 



Gross 



I Propor- 
j tion to 
amount. ! total 
earnings. 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Gross 
amount. 



Per cent. Per cent. 



Passenger revenue S45,047;876 

MaU 2,334,945 

Express ' 3,972,635 

other earnings, passenger sorvlco ... 1, 798, 6C8 

Freight revenue I 70,406,836 

other earnings, freight service 1, 125, 855 



other earnings from operation. 
Unclassified 



1,681,616 



35.68 
1.86 , 
3.15 I 
1.42 

55.76 : 

.89 I 

1.25 ' 



31.51 
1.63 
2.78 
1.26 

49.25 

.79 

1.11 



$116,530,013 
I 7,828,675 
; 13,134,408 
: 1,244,411 
381,416,893 
I 769, 426 

12,316,052 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Per ceTU. 

21.86 

1.47 

2.46 

.23 

71.53 

.14 

2.31 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Per cent. 

19.18 

L29 

2.16 

.20 

C2.77 

.13 

2.03 



Total earnings from operation . 
Income from other sources 



Total earnings and income . 



126,208,330 
16,684,316 



100. 



I 



88.33 
1L67 



142,952,646 



100. 



533,240,478 
74, 415. 401 


100. 


87.76 
12.24 








607.665,879 




loa 




.......... 





STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



89 



Summary of Earnings and Income and Analysis of Earnings from Opera- 
tion, BY Groups — Continued. 



Source of income. 



Group III. 
(25.704.90 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Group IV. 
(12,7G4.20 milps of liuc repre- 
sented.) 



Gross 
amount. 



Passenger revenue 

Mail 

Express 

Other earnings, passenger service . , 

Freight revenue 

Other earnings, freight service 

Other earnings from operation 

Unclassified , 



164, 893,. 170 
8, 416, 137 
7,332,335 
1,598,361 

262,582,222 

1,806,198 

7,703,272 

108,509 



Total earnings from operation . 354, 440, 204 
Incomo from other sources ' 33, 692, 658 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Per cent. 

18.31 

2. 38 

2.07 

.45 

74 08 

.51 

2.17 

.03 



Propo^"- 
tionto 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Gross 
amount. 



j Propor- 
Propor- : tion to 
tion to j total 
total ^ earnings 
earnings. and 
! income. 



Per cent. 
18.72 I 
2.17 

1.89 ; 

.4lj 
67.65 

1.98 
.03 ; 



Per cent. Per cent. 



$20,208,856 

2,508,047 

2,16J,048 

256,074 

78,063,775 

36,625 

1,511,776 

126,011 



19.27 : 

2.39 I 

2.06 

.24, 

74 44 I 

.04! 

1.44 I 

.12 



18.53 

2.30 

1.96 

.28 

71.57 

.08 

1.30 

.12 



100. 



Total earnings and Income 388, 132, 862 . 



91.32 
1 8.68 


104,872,212 
4,196,789 


100. 






100. 


109,068,001 









96.15 
3.86 



100. 



Source of income. 



Group V. 
(25,477.02 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Gross 
amount. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
incomo. 



Group VI. 
(50,103.78 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Gross 
amount. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Per cent. Per cent. 



Per cent. I Per cent. 



Passenger revenue $30, 392, 442 

MaU ' 3,880,772 

Express ; 4, 446,646 

Other earnings, passenger service . . . 676, 696 

Freight revenue 132,430,769 

Other earnings, freight service ' 323, 448 

Other earnings from operation ' 6,112,889 

Unclassified 4, 202 



21.04 

2.08 

2.37 

.36 

70.72 

.17 

3.26 

(•) 



19.79 $88,786,702 

1.95 9,919,749 

2.23 ! 7,896,237 

.34 I 3,708,851 

66. 55 307, 131, 111 

.16 1,040,041 

3.07 16,891,092 

(•) ' 



Total earnings from operation . 187, 273, 864 ; 100. 
Incomo from other sources 11,767,805 I 



94.09 , 435,373,843 
5.91 ' 23,601,167 



20.39 

2.28 

1.81 

.85 

70.55 

.24 

3.88 



19.34 

2.16 

1.72 

.81 

66.90 

.23 

3.68 



100. 



94.84 
5.16 



Total earnings and incomo 199,041,669 ' 100. 



459,066,010 



100. 



Less than 0.01 per cent. 



90 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary op Earnings and Income and Analysis op Earnings from Opera- 
tion, BY Groups — Continued. 



Source of income. 



Passenger revenue 

Mall 

Express 

Other earnings, passenger service. 

Freight revenue 

Other earnings, freight service 

Other earnings from operation 

Unclassified 



Total earnings from operation . 
Income from other sources 



Total earnings and Income. 



Group VII. 
(11,524.20 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Gross 
amount. 



$19,832,273 

2,924,073 

1,678,163 

644,254 

78,307,716 

72,006 

1,609,140 



104,968,224 
9,387,798 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Per cent. 

18.89 

2.79 

1.60 

.62 

74.60 

.07 

1.53 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Per cent. 

17.34 

2.66 

1.38 

.66 

68.48 

.06 

1.41 



Group VIII. 
(31,299.99 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Gross 
amount. 



114,366,022 



100. 



91.79 
8.21 



100. 



$46,844,939 

4,780,206 

6,622,184 

631,713 

161,106,567 

111,760 

6,483,979 

24, 167 



216,505,575 
29,932,149 



245,437,724 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Per cent. 

21.74 

2.22 

2.66 

.29 

70.12 

.05 

3.01 

.01 



100. 



Per ccni. 

19.09 

1.96 

2.25 

.26 

61.56 

.05 

2.64 

.01 



87.81 
12.19 



100. 



Source of income. 



Passenger revenue 

Mail 

Express 

Other earnings, passenger service . . . 

Freight revenue 

Other earnings, freight service 

Other earnings from operation 

Unclassified 



Group IX. 
(15.468.83 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Group X. 
(18.194.34 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 



Propor- 
Gross I tion to 
amount. ' total 
earnings. 



$18,945,861 

1,655,985 

1,762,968 

236,292 

65,638,605 

161,346 

2, 108, 105 



Per cent. 

20.96 

1.83 

1.94 

.26 

72.60 

.18 

2.33 



Total earnings from operation . 
Income from other sources 



90,399,161 j 100. 
1,086,040 



Total earnings and Income ' 91, 484, 201 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Gross 
amount. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



Per cent. 

20.71 

1.81 

1.92 

.26 

71.63 

.18 

2.30 



98.81 
1.19 



100. 



$49,660,392 

3,116,204 

3,214,406 

518,917 

113, 402, 162 

198,518 

3,422,677 



Per cent. 

28.67 

1.80 

1.85 

.30 

65.40 

.11 

1.97 



173,423,276 
51,787,468 



100. 



225,210,744 



Propor- 
tion to 

total 
earnings 

and 
income. 



Per cenL 

22.00 

1.38 

L43 

.23 

6a 36 

.09 

L53 



77.01 
22.99 



100. 



A considerable portion of the total income of railway companies 
is derived from sources other than operation. The summary next 
given analyzes such other income and shows what portion of it is 
received from lease of road, from dividends on stocks owned, from 
interest on bonds owned and from miscellaneous sources. These 
various items are severally assigned by territorial groups and the 
totals compared with similar totals for the preceding ten years. 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



91 



Summary of Income from Other Sources, by Groups. 



Territory covered. 




I 



Group I ,113,221,875 

39,917,994 

15,220,885 

1,294,896 

6,534,035 

9,239,352 



Group II 

Group III , 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII ; 1,264,838 

Group VIII 5,614,705 

Group IX I 272,171 

GroupX I 28,023,868 



$1,736,429 

19,783,774 

|l2,725,102 

; 1,520,174 

2,208,262 

4,722,001 

1,800,197 

7,787,560 

160,637 

14,417,520 



Bonds. 



Miscella- 
neous. 



$796,976 

4,670,721 

1,312,885 

616,777 

1,307,123 

4,023,224 

3,073,557 

3,720,159 

88,135 

928,454 



$030,036 

10,042,912 

4,433,786 

763,942 

2,718,385 

5,706,590 

3,249,206 

12,809,725 

564,097 

8,417,626 



United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 
United 



States,1906 
States,1905 
States,1904 
States,1903 
States 1902 
States,1901 
6tates,I900 
State8,1899 
States, 1898 
States,1897 
States,1896 



jll9,604,019 

114,473,139 

|l09,694,361 

!l09,696,201 

|110,924,621 

111,637,907 

99,429,619 

96,352,295 

95,471,678 

87,973,434 

91,916,969 



66,861,656 
56,842,694 
44,909,794 
40,081,726 
34,982,212 
28,822,788 
24,490,253 
20,104,521 
15,614,638 
12,261,328 
12,452,603 



120,537,011 
18,786,644 
18,702,245 
17,696,586 
17,280,238 
12,055,312 
[ll,833,974 
|ll,334,600 
|10,529,343 
10,404,288 
9,560,876 



49,636,305 
41,796,076 
39,567,690 
38,212,968 
33,136,668 
27,230,442 
27,131,226 
20,922,477 
16,587,120 
14,450,960 
16,094,193 



Total. 



1906. 



$16,684,316 
74,415,401 
33,692,658 

4,195,789 
11,767,805 
23,601,167 

9,387,798 
29,932,149 

1,085,040 
51,787,468 



1905. 



$16,121,260 
60,337,668 
30,411,841 

4,334,237 
10,966,254 
21,189,173 

8,835,249 
24,124,940 

1,178,238 
45,399,084 



Increase, 

1906 over 

1905. 



$563,047 

6,077,733 

3,280,817 

1138,448 

801,551 
2,501,994 

652,549 
5,807,209 

193,198 
6,387,784 



256,639,591 ;231,898,553 24,741,038 

231,898,553 ' ' 

212,033,990 
205,687,480 
196,323,629 
179,746,449 
162,886,071 
148,713,983 
138,202,779 
125,090,010 
129,024,731 



1 Decrease. 



The next summary gives an analysis of expenditures divided first 
into operating expenses and fixed charges. Under operating expenses 
are included expenses for maintenance of way and structures, main- 
tenance of equipment, conducting transportation, and general 
expenses. Fixed charges are classified as fixed charges of operating 
roads and those of subsidiary roads. The phrase ''fixed charges'' as 
here used covers all the items included under the head ''Deductions 
from income'' as used in the authorized income account and reported 
by the carriers. 



92 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



COMPARATIVB SUMMARY OP EXPENDITURES AND ANALYSIS OP OPERATING EXPENSES 

FOR THE Years ending June 30, 190G and 1905. 



Source of expenditure. 


Amount. 


Proportion to 

total oper- 
ating expenses. 


Proportion to 
total expendi- 
tures. 


Increase, 
1906 over 1905. 




1906.1 


1905. s 


1906. 


1905. 


1906. 


1905. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent. 


«■ 






Perct. 


Perct. 


Perct. 


Per ct. 






Maintenance of way 


$311,720,8^ 


1275,046,036 


20.28 


ia78 


14.66 


14.39 


$36,674,784 


ia33 


and structures. 


















Maintenance of equip- 


328,554,658 


288,441,273 


21.38 


20.74 


15.44 


15.09 


,40.113,385 


13.91 


ment. 


















Conducting transpor- 


836,202,707 


771,228,660 


54.41 


55l46 


39.32 


40.36 


64,974,041 


8.43 


tation. 


















General expenses 


59,752,230 


55,319,805 


3.89 


a98 


2.81 


2.90 


4,432,425 


8.01 


Unclassified 


• 046,856 


< 566, 372 


.04 


.04 


.03 


.03 


80,484 


14.21 






Total operating 


1,536,877,271 


1,300,602,152 


100. 


100. 


72.28 


72.77 


146,276,119 


10.52 


expenses. 


















Fixed charges, operat- 


500,126,117 


520,2a3,672 






27.74 


27.23 


69,831,445 


ia42 


ing roads. 



















Total oxpendi- 


2,127,002,388 


1,910,805,824 




100. 


100. 21«, 106, 564 


11.31 


tures, opernt- 














ing roads. 




• 








i 




Fixed charges subsid- 


70,216,042 


76,394,748 








»6.178.706 


•8.O1) 


iary roadh. 




1 




Total ox[)cndi- 


2,197,218,430 


1,987,200,572 






200.927.858 


10.56 


turcsall roads. 






■ ' ! 
1 ' , " 

1 1 : 





1 222, au). 30 miles of line represented. 

* 210,973.61 miles of line represented. 

* Covers seventeen roads making no classification of oi)era ting expenses under the four general heads. 

* Covers twelve roads making no classification of operating expenses under the four general beads. 
» Decrease. 

The total operating expenses for the year under consideration 
amounted to $1,536,877,271, an increase of $146,275,119 over those 
of the preceding year, or, expressed in proportion, 10.52 per cent. 
Of the total operating expenses for the year in question, mainte- 
nance of way and structures amounted to 20.28 per cent, as against 
19.78 per cent during the preceding year; maintenance of equipment 
amounted to 21.38 per cent, as against 20.74 per cent foi the preceding 
year. Conducting transportation was 54.41 per cent of the total 
operating expenses during the year in question, as against 55.46 per 
cent duiing the preceding year. General expenses were 3.89 per cent, 
as against 3.98 per cent for the preceding year. It will be noticed 
that the proportions for maintenance during the year under con- 
sideration w^ere higher than during the preceding year, giving some 
indication of the poUcy of the administrations of the various carriers 
The constituent accounts of these main accounts of operating ex- 
penses are shown in detail upon a later page, from a study of which 
a more satisfactory understanding of the operating expenses may be 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



93 



reached. Preceding this detailed statement, however, is given a sum- 
mary showing the distribution among the main accounts by territorial 
groups. 

Summary op Expenditures and Analysis op Operating Expenses, by Groups. 





Group I. 
(8,131.89 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Group II. 
(23,681.15 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Source of expenditure. 


Amount. 

$16,336,600 
14,668,147 


Proper- | Propor- 
tion to tion to 
total 1 total 
operating expendi- 
expenaes. tures. 


Amount. 

* 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expenses. 

Per cent. 
17.61 

23.33 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Maintcmmce of way and structures . . 
Maintenance of equipment 


Per cent. 
18.35 

16.48 

61.56 


Per cent. 
13.72 

12.32 


$62,044,838 
82, 176, 187 

195,287,981 
12,778,368 


Per cent, 
12.55 
in fi2 


Conducting transportation 


54,814,152 
3,217,029 


46.04 


55. 43 .^Q ."^l 


General expenses 

Unclassified 


3.61 2.70 


3.63 


2.59 


Total operating expenses 

Fixed charges, operating roads 

Total expenditures, operating 




1 






89,035,928 
30,024,054 


100. 


74.78 
25.22 


352,287,364 
142,027,663 


100. 


71.27 
28.73 








119.059.982 




100. 


494,314,927 
23,848,070 




100. 


1 

roads. 
Fixed charges, subsidiary roads 4. 688. 126 


« 








Total expenditures, all roads. . 






1 


123.748.108 


1 


518,102,997 














. 


Group III. Group IV. 
(25,704.90 miles of line repre- (12,764.20 mUes of line repre- 
sented.) sented.) 


Source of expenditure 


Amount. 


Proi>or- 

tionto 

total 

operating 

expenses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
exx)endi- 
turos. 


Amount. 
$13,061,544 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expenses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Maintenance of way and structures. 
Maintenance of equipment 


$48,397,057 

58, 181, 156 

135,907,381 

7,510,761 

1126,238 


Per cent. 

19.35 

23.26 

54.34 

3.00 

.05 


Per cent. 
14.24 

17.12 


Per cent. 

19.62 

23.32 

52.47 

4.24 

.35 


Per cent. 
14.13 
16 80 


Conducting transportation 


40.01 34,917,871 

2.21 2,822,976 

.04 8233,423 


37.78 


General expenses 


3.06 


Unclassified 


.25 






Total operating expenses 

Fixed charges, operating roads 


250,122,593 
89,624,752 


100. 


7a 62 
2&38 


66,556,214 
25,860,806 


100. 


72.02 
27.98 










Total exx>enditures, operating 


339,747,345 
5,593,265 




100. 


92,417,020 
683,685 




100. 


roads. 
Fi.xcd charges, subsidiary roads 




















Total expenditures, all roads . . 


345,340,610 






93,100,605 

















i Covers four roads making no classification of operating expenses under the four general heads. 
* Covers two roads making no classification of operating expenses under the four general heads. 



94 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary op Expenditures and Analysis op Operating Expenses, by 

Groups — Continued . 





Group V. 
(25,477.02 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Group VI. 
(50,103.78 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Source of exx)enditure. 


Amount. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expen.ses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 

Per cent. 

17.03 

10.54 

39.47 

3.26 

.02 


Amount. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
exx>onses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Maintenance of way and structures . . 
Maintenance of eauiDment 


$30,512,740 

29,646,274 

70,751,263 

5,842,367 

140,927 


Per cent. 
22.31 

21.07 

51.72 

. 4.27 

.03 


$53,i,54,237 
57,032,458 

156,441,713 

10,674,553 

1159,707 


Per cent. 

19.39 

20.49 

56.22 

3.84 

.06 


Percent. 
14.20 
15l01 


Conductiner transDortation 


41.17 


General expenses 


2.81 


Unclassified 


.04 






Total operating expenses 

Fixed charees, operating roads 


136,793,571 
42,446,930 


100. 


76.32 
23.68 


278,262,668 
101,713,068 


100. 


73.23 
26.77 










Total expenditures, operating 
roads. 
FJxed charges, subsidiary roads .... 


179,240,501 
3,440,224 




100. 


379,975,736 
6,048,214 




100. 




' 














Total expenditures, all roads . . 


182,680,725 






386,023,950 



















Group VII. 
(11,524.20 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Group VIII. 
(31,299.99 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Source of expenditure. 


Propor- 
tion to 
Amount. total 

ci)erating 
expenses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Amount. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expenses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Maintenance of way and structures. . 
Maintenance of eaulpment 


$14,530,832 

12,176,137 

27,976,273 

2,066,368 


Per cent. 
25.61 

21.45 

49.30 

3.64 


Per cent. 

18.91 $31,079,134 

15.85 26,963,256 

30.41 77,219,993 

2.69 7. 411. 13.^ 


Per cent. 
21.77 

18.89 

54.10 

6.19 

.05 


Per cent, 
15.49 
13.44 


Conduct! ne transportation 


38.48 


General expenses 


3. OB 


Unclassified 




» 67,290 


.03 










Total operating expenses 

Fixed charges, operating roads 


66,748,610 
20,087,515 


100. 


73.86 
26.14 


142,741,006 
67,934,314 


100. 


7L13 
2&87 










Total expenditures, operating 


76, 836, 125 




100. 


200,675,320 
6,209,744 




loa 


roads. 
Fixed charges, subsidiary roads 


1,009,927 




















Total expenditures, all roads.. 


77,846,052 






206,885,064 

















1 Covers three roads making no classification of operating expenses under the four general heads. 
'Covers four roads making no classification of operating expenses under the four general heads. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



95 



Summary op Expenditures and Analysis op Operating Expenses, by 

Groups — Continued. 





Group IX. 
(15,458.83 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Group X. 
(18,194.34 miles of line repre- 
sented.) 


Source of expenditure. 


Amount. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expenses. 


Propor- 
tion 10 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Amount. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
operating 
expenses. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
expendi- 
tures. 


Maintenance of way and structures . 
Maintenance of eQuipraent 


$16,067,456 

11,874,900 

35,553,753 

3,187,392 

U9,271 


Per cent. 
24.08 

17.80 

53.31 

4.78 

.03 


Per cent. 
18.06 

13.35 

39.96 

3.58 

.02 


$25,736,382 

20,316,742 

47,332,327 

4,241,094 


Per cent. 
26.36 

20.81 

48.49 

4.34 


Per cent, 
16.52 

13.05 


Conducting transportation 

General expenses 


30.39 
2.72 


Unclassified 












Total operating expenses 

Fixed charKcs, operating roads 


66,702,772 
22,275,907 


■ 100. 


74.97 
25.03 


97,626,545 
58,130,208 


100. 


62.68 
37.32 










Total expenditures, operating 
roads. 
Fixed charges, subsidiary roads 


88,978,679 
237,599 




100. 


155,756,753 
18,457,288 




100. 










1 


1 


Total expenditures, all roads. . 


89,216,278 






174,214,041 










....... ...^..... ..•> 

1 



1 (Covers one road making no classification of operating expenses under the four general heads. 

The next summary gives a classification of operating expenses, sub- 
divided into 53 primary accounts in accordance with the prescribed 
classification. This summary shows the total amounts charged to 
the several accounts during the year ending June 30, 1906, and the 
proportion of each to total operating expenses for that year and for 
each of the preceding years to and including that ending June 30, 1900. 

Summary showing Classification of Operating Expenses for the Year ending 
June 30, 1906, and Proportion of Each Class to Total for the Ye.'H.rs ending 
June 30, 1906 to 1900. 



Item 



Amount. 



1906. 



$164,468,769 
21,962,249 
38,467,183 
33,846,281 

6,330,746 



Maintenance of way and struc- 
tures: 

1 . Repai rs of roadway 

2. Renewals of rails 

3. Renewals of ties 

4. Repairs and renewals of 
bridges and culverts. 

5. Repairs and renewals 

fences, road cross- 
ings, signs, and cattle 
guards. 

1 Based on $1,533,404,385, which excludes $3,472,886, unclassified. 

* Based on $1,387,043,027, which excludes $3,550,125, unclassified. 
> Based on $1,336,476,325, which excludes $2,419,928, unclassified. 
4 Based on $1,254,936,972, which excludes $2,601,880, unclassified. 

* Baaed on $1,114,266,660, which excludes $1,982,067, unclassified. 

* Based cm $060,054,973, which excludes $40,742,297, unclassified. 
' Based on $028^432,655, which ezchides 137,995,966, unclassified. 

12689—07 7 







Per cent. 






1906.1 


1905.« 


1904.' 


1903.4 


1902.6 


1901 .« 


10. 726 


10.393 


10.348 


11.093 


11.331 


10.924 


1.432 


1.316 


1.298 


1.386 


1.521 


1.676 


2.509 


2.667 


2.519 


2.487 


2.838 


3.140 


2.207 


2.319 


2.228 


2.461 


2.593 


2.730 


.413 


.446 


.437 


.527 


.625 


.598 



1900.7 



10.995 
1.138 
3.036 
2.703 

.016 



96 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOK. 



Summary showing Classification of Operating Expenses for the Year ending 
June 30, 1906, and Proportion of Each Class tO Total for the Years ending 
June 30, 1906 to 1900— Continued. 



Item. 


Amount. 






Per cent. 








190e. 


1900. 


1905. 


19(M. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


1900. 


Maintenance of way and struc- 












tures — Continued 


















6. Repairs and renewals 


$35,325,172 


2.304 


2.114 


2.147 


2.500 


2.562 


2.417 


2.466 


of buildings and fix- 
















1 


tures. 


















7. Repairs and renewals 


3,605,079 


.241 


.208 


.209 


.235 


.220 


.283 


.308 


of docks and 


















wharves. 


















8. Repairs and renewals 


2,717,385 


.177 


.171 


.179 


.165 


.173 


.158 


.153 


of telegraph. 
9. Stationery and printing. 
10. Other expenses 


450,273 
3,938,667 


.030 
.257 


.028 
.132 


.029 
.125 


.032 
.209 


.031 
.361 


.029 
.317 


.030 
.352 






Total 


311,210,804 


20.296 


19. 784 


19. 519 


21.185 


22.255 


22.272 


21.797 






Maintenance of equipment: 

11. Superintendence 

12. Repairs and renewals 


8,612,019 
123,893,482 


.501 
8,060 


.565 

8.290 


.567 
7.904 


.559 
7.408 


.601 
7.246 


.500 
&605 


.507 
6.730 


of locomotives. 


















13. Repairs and renewals 


30,177,532 


1.968 


1.971 


1.951 


2.044 


2.157 


2.277 


2.263 


of passenger cars. 
14. Repairs and renewals 


138,141,925 


9.009 


8.199 


7.777 


7.442 


7.432 


7.436 


7.687 


of freight cars. 
15. Repairs and renewals 


4,107,826 


.208 


.242 


.231 


.242 


.245 


.233 


.252 


of work cars. 


















16. Repairs and renewals 


3,552,558 


.232 


.191 


; A5i 


.177 


.215 


.234 


.251 


of marine equipment. 
17. Repairs and renewals 


10,252,866 


.668 


.003 


.704 


.(.% 


.643 


.605 


.004 


of shop machinery 
and tools. 


















18. Stationery and printing. 


721,291 


.047 


.043 


.042 


.046 


.044 


.043 


.043 


19. Other expenses 


8,633.460 


.563 


.601 




.519 


.544 


.507 


.502 






Total 


328,092,968 


21.396 


2a 765 


19.967 


19.133 


19.127 


18.029 


18.929 






Conducting transportation: 
20. Superintendence 


27.23.5.858 


1.77G 


1.803 


1.779 


1.742 


1.711 


1.726 


1.831 


21. Engine and rouiKl- 


142,230,807 


9.275 


9.404 


9.550 


9.5C2 


9.401 


9.340 


9.476 


house men. 


• 
















22. Fuel for locomotives 


170,409,133 


11.119 


11.278 


12.128 


11.675 


10. 776 


10.002 


9.809 


23. Water supply I(»r loeo- 


9.9(>4.616 


.650 


.660 


.650 


.614 


.623 


.612 


.599 


motives. 


















24. Oil, tallow, and wa'^te 


5.903.014 


.385 


.302 


.307 


.389 


.366 


.361 


.365 


for locomotives. 


















25. Other supplies for h>co- 


,-^.827,547 


.250 


.238 


.248 


.232 


.218 


.206 


.188 


motives. 


















26. Train service 


97,757.296 
23,871,258 


6.375 
1.557 


6.536 
1.583 


6. 735 
1.581 


6. 077 
1.552 


6.737 
1.500 


7.011 
1.471 


7.244 


27. Train supplies and ex- 


L467 


ptuises. 
28. Switchmen, flagmen. 


06,805.942 


4.357 


4.338 


4.3SG 


4.313 


a084 


a848 


aM4 


and watchmen. 


















29. Telegraph cxpen.«?cfl 

30. Station service 


20,853,012 

96,710,193 

9,362,704 


1.751 

&ao7 


1.790 

6.438 

.646 


1.788 

aeo5 

.686 


1.754 

6.604 

.667 


1.7S4 

e.832 

.676 


1.786 
6w«47 

.en 


1.: 

7 


31. Station supplies 





STATISTICS OF KAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



97 



Summary showing Classification op Operating Expenses for the Year ending 
June 30, 1906, and Proportion op Each Class to Total for tub Years ending 
June 30, 1906 to 1900— Continued. 





Item. 


Amount. 






Percent 






























1906. 


1906. 


1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


1900. 


Conducting transportation — 


















Contiiuied. 






. 












32. 


Switching charges- 
balance. 


$4,496,969 


0.293 


0.303 


0.298 


0.244 


0.272 


0.319 


0.340 


33. 


Car per diem and mile- 
age— balance. 


18,885,066 


1.231 


Law 


1.358 


1.400 


1.480 


1.618 


1.800 


34. 


Hire of equipment — 
balance. 


3,082,822 


.201 


.219 


.195 


.214 


.180 


.161 


.223 


35. 


Loss and damage 


21,086,219 


L375 


L426 


L279 


1.094 


.990 


.819 


.764 


36. 


Injuries to persons 


17,466,864 


L139 


L156 


L196 


L120 


L048 


.911 


.910 


37. 


Clf'ann}? wn^^f^ -. - 


4,601,240 


.300 


.259 


.275 


.284 


.221 


.189 


.173 


38. 


Operating marine 
equipment. 


10,502,581 


.685 


.714 


.696 


.745 


.721 


.862 


.866 


38. 


Advertisinfr 


6,467,954 


.422 


.430 


.418 


.428 


.429 


.428 


.432 


40. 


Outside agencies 


30,731,859 


L352 


1.4W 


1.411 


1.449 


1.579 


1.615 


1.519 


41. 


Comzolsstons 


267,394 


.017 


.017 


.022 


.044 


.077 


.089 


.151 


42. 


Stock yards and ele- 
vators. 


849,201 


.055 


.057 


.060 


.057 


.060 


.075 


.060 


43. 


Rents for tracks, yards, 
and terminals. 


26,843,580 


1.751 


L727 


L563 


1.544 


1.519 


1. 724 


1,728 


44. 


Rents of bnildiDgs and 
other property. 


4,963,862 


.324 


.347 


.382 


.411 


.440 


.440 


.464 


45. 


Stationery and printing. 


9,639,066 


629 


\632 


.640 


.642 


.622 


.638 


.653 


4C. 


ther expenses 


3,763,815 


.245 


.318 


.353 


.376 


.416 


.510 


.579 




Total 






834,668,912 


54.432 


55.486 


56.670 


55.893 


54.671 


54.979 


55.179 




il oxponses: 




Generj] 


















47. 


Salaries of general offi- 


12,660,837 


.826 


.842 


.841 


.823 


.926 


.984 


L041 


48. 


ccrs. 
Salaries of clerks and 
attendants. 


21,042,000 


L372 


L340 


L313 


L254 


1.244 


L262 


1.269 


49. 


Gener.^1 office expenses 
and supplies. 


4,028,647 


.263 


.249 


.230 


.234 


.24-1 


.257 


.262 


50. 


Insurance 


7,382,113 
€,638,807 


.481 


.496 


.471 


.432 


.412 


.384 


.349 


51. 


Law expenses 


.452 


.512 


.513 


.541 


.558 


.625 


.571 


52. 


Stationery and printing 
(general offices). 


2,783,392 


.182 


.176 


.170 


.175 


.166 


.161 


.166 


53. 


Other expenses 


4, wvO, CK7V 


.300 


.350 


.306 


.330 


.391 


.447 


.437 




Total 






59,431,701 


a 876 


a965 


a 844 


a 789 


a 947 


4.120 


4 OQIi 




tulation of expenses: 




Recapi 


















54. 


Mair.ti»nance of way 
and structures. 


311,210,804 


20.296 


19. 784 


19. 519 


21.185 


22.255 


22. 272 


21. 797 


55. 


Maintonunco of equip- 
ment. 


328,092,908 


21.390 


20.765 


19.9G7 


19.133 


19.127 


18.629 


ia929 


56. 


Conducting transporta- 
tion. 


834^668,912 


54.432 


55.486 


50.670 


55.893 


54.671 


54.979 


55.179 


57. 


Gcnoral expenses 

Grand totals 


59,431,701 


a 876 


a965 


a84i 


a 789 


a 947 


4.120 


4.095 




1,533,404,385 


loa 


100. 


loa 


loa 


100. 


100. 


loa 


• 







1 See notes, page 95. 



98 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



, The following summary shows an analysis of fixed charges by 
territorial groups. These are classified as expenditures chargeable 
to operating companies on the one hand and to operated companies 
on the other. These accounts contain the duplications so frequently 
referred to. The extent of these duplications is indicated in the 
summary by the use of boldfaced type. 

Summary op Expenditures and Analysis op Fixed Charges, by Groups. 





Cla«8 of road. 


Total fixed 
charges. 


Designation of fixed charges. 


Territory 
covered. 


Salaries 

and 
mainte- 
nance of 
organiza- 
tion. 


Interest on 

funded 

debt. 


Interest on 
interest- 
bearing 
current 

liabilities. 

$581,031 ' 
7,098 


Rents paid 
for lease 
of road. 


Group I 


Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


.130,024,054 
4,688,126 




$4,829,545 


$12,240,061 
815,000 


976,698 


4,256,142 




34,712,180 


76,693 


9,085,687 


588, 124 


12,656,061 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


Group II..... 1 


142,027,563 
28,848,070 




49,656,831 


1,431,612 
170,186 


40,224,923 
24,851 


144,429 


17,974,968 




165,875,633 


144,429 


67,631,794 


1,601,748 


40,240,774 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


f 


89,624,752 
5,593,265 




38,565,441 
8,963,471 


2,360,194 
28,627 


16,960,964 
145,89« 


Group III.... 


282,894 




95,218,017 


232,894 


42,528,912 


2,388,821 


17,106,380 




Operating companies — 
Operated companies 

Total 


Group IV 


25,860,806 
688,585 




15,250,139 
654,179 


238,065 


1,220,654 

• • ■ • * 


16,868 








26,544,391 


16,863 


15,904,318 


238,085 


1,220,664 




Operating com];>anics 

Operated companies 

Total 


Group V 


42,446,930 
8,440,224 




26,892,533 
8,171,226 


538,584 
90,787 


6,141,985 
12,04O 


18,100 




45,887,154 


18,100 


an.oe^^.ixt 


629,371 


6,164,026 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




Group VI 


101,713,068 
6,048,214 




50,299,175 
5,811,588 


1,525,362 
19,202 


9,234,926 
28,800 


19,958 




107,761,282 


19,958 


55,610,763 


1, d44, uD4 


9,258,726 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


Group VII... 


20,087,515 
1,009,027 




10,881,918 
998,697 


48,330 
12,550 


1,334,736 


1,986 






21,097,442 


1,936 


11,875,615 


60,880 


1.334.736 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




f 


57,934,314 
6,209,744 




36,975,545 
5,411,146 


1,461,103 


5,663,363 


Group VIII.. j 


8,500 


146,600 








64,144,058 


3,500 


42,380,691 


1,461,103 


6,800,863 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


f 


22,275,907 
237,599 




16,497,934 
191,445 


1,085,948 
26,968 


219,697 


Group IX.... j 


14,108 






22,513,506 


14,108 


16,689,379 


1,112,911 


219,697 




O rM»rfl.t.l nur r>nTnnfi.nioji . . . 




f 


58,130,208 
18,457,288 




17,771,568 
18,007,448 


1,801,832 
286,687 


28,889,107 


Group .\ !I''~T'7'"' ' . '" 

' Oiv>rfl.t£d mmnAnipji . 


42,950 




Total 


* 




76,567,496 


42,950 


30,779,016 


2,027,409 


»,9u,m 







STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



99 



Summary op Expenditures and Analyses of Fixed Charges, by 

Groups — Continued. 



Territory 
covered. 


1 
Class cf road. 

Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 


Total fixed 
charges. 

$590,125,117 
70,216,042 


E 

Salaries 

and 
mainte- 
nance of 
organiza- 
tion. 


designation c 

Interest on 

funded 

debt. 

$267,020,029 


)f fixed charges. 

Interest on 
interest- Rents paid 
bearing for lease 
current of road, 
liabilities. 


United States, f 




$11,072,081 


$121,623,324 
667,587 


1906. 1 


1^571,431 


54,985,805 


580,995 




^600,341,159 


571,431 


322,555,934 


11,653,076 


122,290,911 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States, f 
1905. I 


520,293,672 
76,894,748 




250,034,393 
54,597,409 


10,772,783 
678,617 


115,487,431 


612,518 


898,218 




596,688,420 


612,518 


310,631,802 


11,451,400 


116,380,644 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States f 


500,986,917 
69,488,985 




244,179,326 
58,495,412 


13,052,998 
892,011 


109,^48,651 


1904. 1 


458,841 


909,152 




570,425,902 


453,341 


297,674,738 


13,945,009 


110,867,803 




Operating companies — 
Operated companies 

Total 




United States, f 
1903. 1 


484,974,691 
67,644,799 




230,523,488 
58,429,686 


7,910,381 
1,150,264 


111.558.861 


480,427 


671,523 




552,619,490 


430,427 


283,953,124 


9,000,045 


112,230,384 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States.f 
1902. [ 


458,980,436 
67,192,886 




220,317,708 
54,104,147 


6,976,377 
740,726 


110.979,109 


527,038 


718,018 




526,178,822 


627,038 


274,421,855 


7,717,103 


111,097,122 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States, j 
1901. I 


423,904,269 
72,459,629 




208,424,613 
58,670,225 


4,868,876 
657,696 


111,659,920 


582,299 


984,902 




496,363,898 


532,299 


202,094,838 


5,520,572 


112,644,822 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States f 


396,024,822 
65,216,105 




201,312,878 
51,636,788 


4,401,230 
451,662 


101.273.129 


1900. ] 


520,102 


678,190 




461,240,927 


520,102 


252,949,616 


4,912,892 


101,951,319 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States, f 


372,792,458 
68,407,831 




195,967,700 
55,190,821 


5,563,813 
1,589,084 


93,446,946 


1899. 1 


595,192 


959,791 




1 
441,200,289 1 .^95.192 


251,158,087 


7,102,847 


94,406,737 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 








United States,] 
1S98. 


359,090,671 
67,545,082 




191,040,200 
55,086,485 


6,476,187 
1,597,766 


91.326,805 


448,825 


1,064,208 




427,235,703 


443,325 


240,126,691 


7,073,953 


92,391,008 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States, 
1897. 


348,430,168 
64,967,845 




193,034,778 
54,845,452 


6,385,329 
1,459,007 


86,479.058 


508,598 


1,026,244 




413,397,513 


508,598 


247,880,230 


7,844,336 


87,505,302 




Operating companies 

Operated companies 

Total 




United States, 
1S96. 


350,250,493 
66,822,644 




191,322,997 
58,801,180 


7,410,835 
1,058,228 


92,167,362 


545,468 


804,970 




416,573,137 


545,468 


249,624,177 


8,460,063 


92,972,322 









100 EEPOBT OF THE INTEHSIATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



SUUUART OF ExFBNDnimSB AHD AnXLVBtB (W FiXED CHAaQBS, BY 

Gboups — Con t i n u ed . 





Oparatod compuUei. . 


Dcslsoatlon at Bxed cUarEea. 


Summary of cxiiendlturea. 


Tenltonr 


IO,S(B,m 


tS^. 


Other 
d«duit- 

to, 731,318 
89,114 


Total of 
operBllng 

charges, 
tun. OH), 982 

4,«8a.is< 


poitlon 


Pro. 

portion 


Onjupl 


tl30,l%0 


=5.33 












6,fiOB,30a 


138,680 


B,7«l.6ai 


123,748, lOa 








OpiTBllngcompaales 

ToUl 

Operated comptQlM.. 

Total 

OperatlDgcoinpB''ili-i 
OpototedcolopBOlM.. 






C«..pll 


ii.02a,i« 

8.01I.SM 


1S.30S,466 


13,483,580 

a,asa,4SB 


194,314.937 
M348,070 


71.2- 


28.73 










11,934, S6J 


IS, aw, 16b 


20.oas,oo» 


MS, 161,997 






(JTOUpIll 




i3,2:ii,s4e 

Wl.SM 


o,]43.04:t 

1J3.3I8 


339,747,346 


,1. 


2S.38 










li,022,K3 


H.17a.0W 


0, MO, 301 


345,340,010 






r.ronpIV 


i,7ia,7tn 


,.».,» 


4,8i7,M5 


02.417,IKO 
«St.ESG 


!!,» 


37.08 
















4,K0,741 


93,100.005 








Ofwrnllng coniponlcs 
OpsratudcomiHiDlvB.. 








Group V 


B,2S0,!,S» 
lll.fiHt 


2,261,3)0 
BIS 


1,301,341 


170,240,501 

»,i40,se* 


VdE 


^« 










A3U2,*Z5 


i,aH,208 


i,ao7,2«i 


lffi,660.73S 








p: ml i ng CD mpanlcB 

Toul 

Opetutlne companlca 
Operated conipanU'Sw 






OmupVI 


li,5S2,M3 
UMU 


0,965,960 


15,115,353 


370,975,730 
S.tM8.Xll 


IIJ. 


2^77 




i5,ia7,Bm 


10, me, 003 


15, MO, MS 


380,oaa,oso 






OroupVII.... 


3,g(is,eM 


1.073, W6 


3,05^,91^ 
1,85* 


70,830,125 
1,I»0B.»SJ 


!l» 


26.14 












i.tsx,3tr 


1,073. OM 


3,0M,»4 


77.818, OE 








Operiiliid oompaole*. 

ToUl 

Opf rutiag companlf*. 
Opemlpd oompank'i. . 

Total 

Opera tine compsnlea. 




OroapVllI... 


t.CMA'Ii 


630,112 


0, 820,075 


200,o;s.3ao 

•,M»,74t 


7.. .3 


18. ST 












7,061.107 


330,112 


C,8Bl.fl»i 


aJ0.886.OM 






OtonpIX 


1,310,4110 


1,714,070 


'3 


SS. 078, 079 

tsi.ss* 


71.97 


3S.03 












l.W.I.OW 


1,741.030 


789,7*8 


K9.210.278 






OroopX 


2,sbi,m 

I.MI.MM 


1,4T3,1S& 


S.IB0.I1; 


I8.457.28S 


C2.6g 


sr.s 










*,B10,»B| 


l,«l,«(i 


a,*4S,i6o 


I74,ai4.0« 


1 






Oppialing coiapnnlca. 
ToUl 














H 






S,721,8« 


l.U*,8»8 


B.68*.Sfl8 


VKtlt-W 












71,7lt5,01B 


10,013,63! 


70.Jdl.,Wl 


1.197, aiS. 130 








STATISTICS OP BAILVVAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



101 



SUMMAEY OF EXPENDITURES AND ANALYSIS OF FiXED CnARGES, BY 

Groups — Continued. 



Territory 
covered. 



United States, 
1905. 



United States, 
1904. 



United States, 
1003. 



United States, 
1902. 



United States, 
1901. 



United States, 
1900. 



United States, 
1899. 



United States, 
1898. 



United States, 
1S97. 



United States, 
1S96. 



Class of road. 



Operating companies. 
Operated companies. . 



Designation of fixed eb&x^ges. Summary of expenditures. 



Taxes. 



Perma- 
nent im- 
prove- 
ments 
charged 
totnoome 
account. 



$58, 712, 179,$32, 774, 318 S46, 512, 5G8 $1,910,805,824 



4,762,660 4,946,a06 



Total I 63,474,679 37,720,624 



Operating companies. 56, 801,756 
Operated companies. . 4,894,698 



Total ' 61,606,354 



Operating companies J 53,251, 852 
Operated companies..! 4,697,717 



Total. 



Operating companies. 
Operated companies. . 



57,849,569 



35,682,363 
2,840,186 



38,522,548 



38,037,583 
8,010,600 



41,948,183 



Other 

deduc- 
tions. 



9,904,186 



56,416,75311 



41,321,8231 
6,964,286 



47,270,109 



42,702,526 
4,864,682 



47,147,1581 



50,054, 136j 33,255,324 
4,411,801 1,467,644 



Total 54,465,437 



Operating companies. 
Operated companies. . 



Total . 



46,707,835 
4,286,687 



50,944,372 



Operating companies . I 44, 445, 145 
Operated companies..' 8,887,128 



Total 48,332,273 



37,403,782 
6,233,617 



34,712,968 42,637,299 



25,816,462 26,426,56311 
6,122,489 6,266,681 



31,938,901 32,682,094 



Total of 
operating 
expenses 
and fixed 
charges. 



76,894,748 



Pro- 
portion 
assign- 
able to 
opera- 
tion. 



Per ct, 
72.77 



839,883,170 
69,488,986 



575,235,183 
67,192,886 



22,091,103 
2,808,982 



21,841,337 
6,288,868 



25,500,035 



27,074,690 



Operating companies. 
Operated companies.. 



44,396,669 
1,940,963 



Total 46,337,032 



Operating companies.' 41,9^,719 
Operated companies..! 1,899,606 



10,738,197 
2,331,848 



22,679,067 
5,850,682 



13,070,045 



5,823,380 
1,024,626 



28,529,749 



24,095,374 
6,429,228 



Total I 43,828,224' 6,847,905 30,524,507 1 



Operating companies. 41,119,400; 4,252,334 
Operated companies..! 2,018,864 292,479 



17, 159, 179 
4,817,211 



Total ! 43,137,841' 4,544,813! 21,976,390 



Operating companies. 
Oi>erated companies. . 

Total 



37,961,655: 4,584,778 
2,009,136 677,462 



30,970,791 



5,162,240 



16,802,8761 
8,026,200 



19,829,070 



987,290,572 



909,322,155 



742,513,643 
67,644,799 



Pro- 
portion 
assign- 
able to 

fixed 
charges 



Perct. 
27.23 



72.77 



72.17 



810,158,342 



642,427,560 



454,301,539 
32,469,629 



526,761,108 



70.87 



70.85 



357,453,-633 
66,216,105 



422,660,438 



70.83 



229,701,457 
68,407,831 



09.69 



298,169,288 



177,663,947 
67,646,082 



00.46 



245,208,979 



100,954,932 
64,967,346 



68.35 



165,922,277' 



123,239,537 
66,322,644 



ISO, 562, 181 



68.82 



27.23 



27.83 



29.13 



29.15 



29.17 



30.31 



30.54 



31.65 



31.18 



102 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Xext is given a suraniary showing the proportion of earnings from 
operation assignable to the passenger and freight service for each of 
the several territorial groups. The statement also shows for each 
of such groups the ratio of operating expenses to operating ini 
for each of the years 1906 to 1896, inclusive. 

TKB Proportion of Earninos i 
« AND Freioht Service, and the 

OPEHATtN'J iKCOMi:. BY GHOLTS. 



1 operation 
le'n- FrslghC. Other, das 



fJrnUDl! 28,03 

r.roiipIV....' n.w 



i. P.n.P.ct.P.r(.F.el.P. 

..!ttSlj73.ai 73.31 

. 'm. 07,66, SS BT. ZO'U. 07 U. US 



to opflTatlng EncDzne. 
oill&l. IfflS. IHI7. ISPB. 



''r"-i' 



w.ww.4e^«8.»iey.7i^W,ii«o.9B 
.^7'eB,2iVo,s^j7l,l8Vl.»l7l.3« 

0]|63,15|ca.WSS.35',«2,7U,«4.37S5,9S8r,7e0B.4fl 

i7»z.s4aaeo 

SZfll.MSS.fl* 

71.63JS.OT|Ta,7T 
DO, 0763. SI 



,73.M<71,34p,0lieH,«Sb8.MI».£7|a7,9VS7.ii0l 

..63.aiiS4.4Sft5.Woa.7Yi.«'o3.uooi.oi,fli.!g 

..il.(HG2.S9bi«.SlS7.03o6.Wa).42:i8,0fiAB.31 

01 ae,2i 67, asp, II ei.auitt,oi|Ai. S):e3. 7i'e5.A( 

..'73. 7K 73.il 75. 03 7S. <1 74.0008. is'73. 83,70. M 






WM.at 



),e763.s^aa.5S 
i.i«s7.mir.3a 



A comparison 
income may be 
tion at least of 
riera in regard 
accounts. 



of the above ratios of operating expenses to operating 
misleading unless it is remembered that some por- 
thia fluctuation is due to the varying policy of ear- 
to charging improvements to operating expense 



SUMMARY OF RESULTS. 



1. Comparative Summarj- of Results, 1906 to 1896. 

2. Summary of Results, by Groups^Passenger Service. 

3. Summary of Results, by Groups — Freight Service. 

The following summaries show certain averages which are com- 
monly regarded as significant in connection with railway adminlstra- 
tion. The first of these summaries pertains to the operation of rail- 
ways for the entire United States and is made comparative for the 
eleven years ending June 30, 1906. The other summaries present 
corresponding data classified by territorial groups. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



103 



Comparative Summary op Results Deduced from Table III and Table IV 
FOR the Years ending June 30, 1906 to 1896 — United States. 



Item. 


1906. 


1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


Revenue per passenger per 


2.003 


L962 


2.006 


2.006 


1.986 


2.013 


mile, cents. 














Revenue per ton of freight per 


.748 


.766 


.780 


.763 


.757 


.750 


mile, cent. 














Revenue per train miie, pas- 


SI. 20. 338 


SI. 15. 954 


SI. 14. 135 


SI. 11. 644 


SI. 08. 531 


SI. 02. 721 


senger trains. 














Revenue per train mile, freight 


S2. 60. 804 


S2. 49. 689 


S2. 42. 703 


S2. 43. 907 


S2.27.093 


S2. 13. 212 


trains. 














Revenue per train mile, ali 


S2.07.547 


SI. 97. 906 


SI. 93. 960 


SI. 91. 380 


SI. 82. 350 


SI. 72. 938 


trains. 














Average cost of running a train 


SI. 37. 060 


SI. 32. 140 


SI. 31. 375 


SI. 26. 604 


SI. 17. 960 


SI. 12. 292 


1 mile, ali trains. 















Item. 


1900. 


1899. 


1898. 


1897. 


1896. 


Revenue per passenger per mile, cents 

Revenue per ton of freight per mile, cent... 
Revenue per train mile, passenger trains .. 

Revenue per train mile, freight trains 

Revenue per train mile, ali trains 


2.003 
-.729 
SI. 01. 075 
S2.00.042 
SI. 05. 721 
SI. 07. 288 


1.978 

.724 

SI. 01. 615 

SI. 79. 035 

SI. 50. 436 


1.973 
.753 

50. 97. 419 

51. 73. 112 
SI. 45. 449 


2.022 
.798 

50. 93. 917 

51. 65. 358 
SI. 38. 194 
SO. 92. 918 


2.019 
.806 

50. 98. 591 

51. 63. 337 
SI. 39. 567 


Average cost of running a train 1 mile, all 
trains. 


SO. 98. 390 


SO. 95. 635 


SO. 93. 838 



In connection with these averages it should be borne in mind that 
the average revenue per ton per mile covers all kinds and classes of 
freight, and depends not only upon the rates at which these several 
classes are carried, but also upon the proportionate amounts carried 
in these various classes. 

A comparison of the items given above shows that the rate per pas- 
senger per mile and the rate per ton per mile moved during the year 
in opposite directions as compared with the figures for the preceding 
year, the average revenue per passenger per mile being 0.041 of 1 cent 
higher, while the average revenue per ton per mile was 0.018 of a cent 
lower. Owing, however, to the heavier loading of freight trains, 
while the average rate per ton per mile fell off, the revenue per 
freight train mile rose, being for the year under consideration 
$2.60804, as against $2.49689 for the preceding year, an increase of 
4.45 per cent. The revenue per passenger train mile increased 3.78 
per cent. The average revenue per train mile of all trains rose from 
$1.97906 to $2.07547, an increase of 4.87 per cent. The average 
cost of running a train 1 mile rose from $1.32140 to $1.37060, an 
increase of 3.72 per cent. 



104 REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Summary op Resui/ts Deduced fbom Table III and Table IV, by Groups — 

Passenger Service. 



Territory covered. 



Group I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI :. 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United States 



Revenue i>er Average re ve- 

i\evenu« per f rrkm •n/»h 



passei^er 
per mile. 



Cents. 
1.758 
1.746 
1.905 
2.385 
2.412 
2.082 
2.039 
2.214 
2.291 
2.128 



2.003 



nue from each 

passen^r 

carried. 



Dollars. 
.33963 

.38806 

.78107 

.95099 

.94174 

.77128 

2.23046 

1.38997 

1. 18745 

1.04423 



^l^r lmile^ro%. 



Dollars. 
1.30196 

1.21592 

1.11080 

1.08369 

1.07428 

1.1(^1 

1.48164 

1. 13051 

1. 16334 

1.67758 



.63395 



1.20338 



Dollars. 
6,571.96 
5,780.33 
3,213.30 
1,983.19 
1,024.77 
2,226.50 
2,180.34 
1,872. CO 
1,4S4.14 
3,18L32 



2,806.72 



Summary op Results Deduced from Table III and Table IV, by Groups — 

Freight Service. 



Territory covered. 



G roup I 

Group II 

Group III 

Group IV 

Group V 

Group VI 

Group VII 

Group VIII 

Group IX 

Group X 

United Statca 



Revenue per 
ton per mile. 


Average reve- 
nue from e^ich 
ton of freight 
carried. 


Revenue per 

train mile, 

freight 

trams. 


Freight earn- 

ioga per mite 

of road. 


Cents. 
1.172 

.650 
.594 


Dollars. 
1.03545 

.79117 
.68308 


Dollars. 
2.63089 
2.83553 
2.54993 


Dollars. 
8,878.35 
16, 1«5. 28 
10,330.24 


.690 


1.33450 


2.49106 


6,162.48 


.813 


L 26034 


L 95068 


5,279.09 


.745 


1.11850 
2.34883 


2.533C0 
3. 44()38 


6,220.30 
6,8G9.G6 


.947 


1.8I9G0 


2.34461 


4,911.90 


L009 


1.44836 


2.45534 


4,316.21 


1.103 


2.33444 


3.71711 


6,407.81 


.748 


1.03694 


2.C0804 


7.488.42 



GENERAL BALANCE SHEET. 



As stated in i)revious reports, the increase in the items which this 
account contains is not obtained bj' comparison of amounts published 
in this year's report with the corresponding amounts pubHshed in the 
report of the previous year, but these changes are compiled from the 
reports of the individual companies for the year ending June 30, 190G. 



STATISTICS OF KAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



105 



General Balance Sheet por the Year ending June 30, 1906. 

[Showing increase as compared with June 30, 1605—208,310^1 miles ot line represented.] 

Item. 



ASSETS. 



Cost of road 

CJost of cquipraent 

Stocks owned 

Bonds owned 

Cash and current assets 

Materials and supplies 

Sinking funds and sundries. 
MisccllamK)US 



Total 17,628, 092,<>00 



LIABIUTIE8. 

Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Current liabilities 

Accrued interest on funded debt not yet payable . 

Miscellaneous 

Profit and loss 



Amount. 


Increase. 


$11,588,822,421 


$353,044,116 


831,365,517 


52,000,906 


1,817,242,555 


60,634,905 


642,805,004 


70,741,619 


1,259,304,647 


245,938,371 


185,228,347 


36,161,284 


1 130, 506, 158 


5,231,100 


1,172,658,251 


156,676,646 


17,628, 092,<>00 


980,519,135 



6,929,670,244 

8,068,004,746 

1,093,207,605 

48,941,415 

851,877,671 

036,391,319 



Total. 



17,628,092,900 



243,294,251 

476,761,715 

1^,043,185 

1,709,443 

69,632,242 

47,078,299 



980,519,135 



1 Sinklug funds, $75,610,459; sundries, $5i,955,G^. 

TAXES. 

The next summary shows the amount of taxes assessed as applying 
to the railways in the United States during the year ended June 30, 
1906. These taxes are classified according to the States in which 
they are assessed and include amounts on account of minor civil 
divisions as well as of the State governments. 

Summary showing Taxes and Assessments of the Railways in the United 
States, by States and Territories, for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 



state or Territory. 



Alabama. . . 
Arkansas... 
California-.. 
Colorado . . . 
Connecticut 
Deliiwarc . . . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho.. 

liUncis 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky.. 
Louisiana.. 
Maine 



Amount. 



$862,635 

909,916 

1,962,676 

1,421,636 

1,341,680 

103,763 

583,738 

973,759 

379,488 

5,364,330 

3,225,391 

2,146,279 

2,710,285 

1,096,530 

883,220 

513,324 



Permile 
of line. 



$190 
224 
325 
296 

1,220 
310 
170 
156 
244 
453 
451 
217 
305 
333 
241 
262 



state or Territory. 



Maxyland 

Massachusetts. . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey , 

New York 

North Carolina.. 
North Dakota... 

Ohio 

Oregon 



Amount. 


Per mile 
of line. 


$842,230 


$507 


3,505,312 


1,G83 


1 4,584,723 


554 


3,074,306 


389 


I 702,073 


197 


1,042,600 


200 


754,725 


240 


1,389.174 


2^ 


312,033 


235 


411,101 


333 


2,323,282 


1,047 


5,540,836 


671 


685,914 


176 


991,307 


364 


4,686,549 


m 


357,731 


211 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary showino Taxes and Assessments c 
States, by States and Territories, por th 
CoDtinued. 



StatoorTPrrltor,. 


Amount. 


Pcrroilo' 
of Unc. 


author Territory. 


Amonnt. 


(Sllne. 




^ 


IM6 

1,128' 
107 

293 

161 : 

3bi I 




»622,73a 
2,707,201 
»»,■)« 

42.iT3 
34,63S 
J09,EaS 
591,292 


(214 




528 
33S 
BM 

5*B 
170 


76a 

395 
230 






Wvn—i™ 










TenncBsdc 


DlBtrtetol Columbia 


I UB 
















213 










>ii.m.m 



















1 Eicludca 1183,444, ae 
]ocu.ll2cd by States and 
were ch^irgcd to iacomi 



(57,037, paid In the Domiuloaol Canada: (340, Internal rereoue, Dot 
and 1125,107, due cblefly to overestlDiuUa ot taxes accrued, which 
Lcluded In the "Summary ot eiponditurea and analyalt ot fixed 



The amount of taxes for the year, as classified in the foregoing 
suininary, was $74,602,171, averaging $349 per mile of line, as against 
a corresponding amount, $63,324,551, and an average of $303 per 
mile of line for the preceding year, showing an increase of $11,277,620 
in the total amount and of $46 in the average per mile of line. 

In the next summary is found an analysis of taxes by States and 
Territories, showing the bases upon which they were assessed. 

Analysis or Taxes, bt States and Tbrritorigb, SnowiHO rss Basis of 
Payments Accordino to the Various Laws under which Railwatb abx 
Taxed. 



Alabama. 

Calilomla 
Colorado , 
Conoectlc 
Delavare 
Florida., 
amrgla.. 
Idaho.... 
Illinois... 
Indiana.. 



Advalo 


rem tax. 




SpeciaotBI. 




operation, 




On the 
ptopeny. 


On me 

valuation 
bawd on 
canilogs, 

ot otlier ' 
rraultB ot 


b™d^,' 

oans.ctc. 


dlTldeod*. 


On tramp 

physLoU 
quality ol 


UogUbI- 
fied. 






.„,.„l «... 














320 




'j 


Sl£« 










*m 






7,410 
14,U8 

3,5n 

2,m, 

887 
»,417 
S6,M 

».m 






1,170, TBI 




119 

78,325 

150 

1,888 






21 












' 


840 




3,537 










1,166,288 
1,188,442 






M47,«» 














■■ 1 1 






3,TDg,4n 


::::::::::::::::;::;:!::::::::;::: 




..^^ 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



107 



Analysis of Taxes, by States and Territories, Showing the Basis op 
Payments According to the Various Laws under which Railways are 
Taxed — Continued. 





Ad valorem tax. 


. 


Specific tax. 




On proi>- 
erty owned 
not used in 
operation, 

and mis- 
cellaneous. 

$573 




State or Territory. 


On the 

value of 

real and 

personal 

property. 


On the 

value of 
stocks or 

bonds, 

or on 

valuation 

based on 

earnings, 

dividends, 

or other 
results of 
operation. 


On 

stocks, 

bonds, 

loans, etc. 


On gross 
or net 

earnings, 
revenue, or 
dividends. 


On traffic 
or some 
physical 
quality of 
property 
operated, 

or on 
privilege. 


Unclassi- 
fied. 


Kentucky 


1849,213 

869,300 

80,105 

279,467 

1,382,734 

4,534,094 

11,210 

621,527 

1,038,032 
782,404 

1,387,223 
272,029 
397,107 

1,780,697 

4,322,946 
663,617 
988,126 

3,271,827 
349,823 
811,174 
233,999 
490,244 
338,003 


$243,039 






$3,706 


Louisiana ...^ 






$10,917 


3,003 


Maine 






$424,212 
442,586 


8,743 

32,418 

160,487 

25,458 

68,387 

1,336 

4,568 

2,096 

1,791 

40,004 

13,994 

61,363 

85,285 

4,181 

3,181 

162,203 

7,203 

349,898 

1,014 

3,617 


264 


Maryland 




187,426 


308 
51 


25 


Massachusetts 


1,946,615 


525 
25,171 


14,900 




Michigan 




Minnesota - 


............ 




2,994,709 






MississiDDi 






79,210 




Missouri 




1 




Montana 






225 






Nebraska 


160 








Nevada 


i 






New Hampshire 

New Jersev 




1 






477,88.5 
686,620 


100 




3,237 
25,861 
18,116 




New York 


79,094 


338,555 


2,476 


North Carolina 




North Dakota 








Ohio 




10 

200 

931,252 


1,249,842 


2 
505 

114 


2,666 


Oregon 






Pennsvlvania 


4,014,704 


873,307 


2,624 


Rh'^do Island 


South Carolina 






17,362 


8,218 ' 


8,918 


South Dakota 






Tennessee 


909,104 








11,662 
55 






Texas 


1,328,117 

545,136 

256 

918,715 


6,527 


10,027 


62,947 


6,620 

4,259 

2,408 

3,695 

108,402 

12,142 

23,884 


3,472 


Utah 




Vermont 




2,957 
890 


164,019 
353,767 




600 


Virginia 








- 

Washington 


1,065,950 
594,477 

1,901,411 
205,445 
230,981 








West Virginia 




11,242 




10 
1,241 


4,865 


Wisconsin. 






780,665 




Wvominar 








Arizona 


• 


1 

1 




1,582 
9,877 




District of Columbia... 










Indian Territory ' .14. 4fifi 




' 


172 




Now Mexico 


309,565 
591,292 












Oklahoma 














i 


1 




Total* 


54,261,201 


8,547,798 


1,149,305 


8,882,138 


253,005 ! 1.479.221 


29,503 











1 See note 1, page 106. 



108 REPOET OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. 

1. Comparative Summary of Railway Accidents, 1906 to 1888. 

2. Summary of Railway Accidents — United States. 

(a) Accidents Resulting from the Movement of Trains, 
Locomotives, or Cars. 

(6) Accidents Arising from Causes other than those Result- 
ing from the Movement of Trains, Locomotives, or 
Cars. 

3. Summary of Railway Accidents, by Groups. 

(a) Accidents Resulting from the Movement of Trains, 
Locomotives, or Cars. 

(fi) Accidents Arising from Causes other than those Result- 
ing from the Movement of Trains, Locomotives, or 
Cars. 

4. Summary of Railway Accidents, showing Number of Employees 
and Passengers for one EdUed, Injured, etc.. United States and by 
Groups. 

5. Comparative Summary, showing Number of Employees, Train- 
men, and Passengers for one Killed and for one Injured, 1906 to 1896. 

6. Summary of Railway Accidents, by Groups — Employees. 

7. Summary of Railway Accidents, by Groups — Passengers. 

8. Summary of Railway Accidents, by Groups — Other Persons. 

9. Classification of Railway Accidents, by Groups — Employees. 

(a) Accidents Resulting from the Movement of Trains, 

Locomotives, or Cars. 

(b) Accidents Arising from Causes other than those Resuit*- 

ing from the Movement of Trains, Locomotives, or 

Cars. 
The information contained in the following summaries is taken 
from the annual reports of carriers to the Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission. As has been explained in previous reports, these figures 
occasionally differ slightly from those included in the quarterly reports 
published by the Commission in accordance with the provisions of the 
safety-appliance acts. The first of this set of summaries shows for 
the yeai-s 1906 to 1888, inclusive, the number of employees, passengers, 
and other persons killed and injured. 



STATISTICS OP EMLWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 



109 



Comparative Summary op Railway Accidents for the Years ending 

June 30, 1906 to 1888— United States. 



Year. 



190C 
ir05 
1004 
1«J03 
1902 
1001 
1900 
1S99 
1806 
1897 
18P6 
1895 
1894 
1893 
1892 
1891 
1890 
1889 
1888 



Employees. 


Passengers. 


Other p 


KIIUmI. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


3,929 


76,701 


3» 


10,764 


6,330 


3,361 


66,833 


537 


10,467 


6,806 


3,032 


67,067 


441 


tf,lll 


6,g73 


3,606 


60^481 


355 


8,231 


5,879 


2,969 


60,624 


345 


6,683 


6,274 


2.675 


41,142 


282 


4,988 


6,498 


2,550 


39,643 


249 


4,128 


6,066 


2,210 


34,923 


239 


3,442 


4,674 


1,958 


31,761 


221 


2,945 


4,680 


1,693 


27,667 


222 


2,795 


4,522 


1,861 


29,969 


181 


2,873 


4,406 


1,811 


25,696 


170 


2,375 


4,155 


1,823 


23,422 


324 


3,034 


4,300 


2,727 


31,729 


299 


3,229 


4,320 


2,554 


28,267 


376 


3,227 


4,217 


2,660 


26,140 


293 


2,972 


4,076 


2,451 


22,396 


286 


2,425 


3,598 


1,972 


20,028 


310 


2,146 


3,541 


2,070 


20,148 


315 


2,138 


2,897 



TotaL 



Killed. Injured, i Killed. ' Injured. 



10,241 
8,718 
7,977 
7,841 
7,455 
7,209 
6,549 
6,255 
6,176 
6,269 
6,845 I 
5,677 
5,433 
5,435 
5,168 
4,769 
4,206 
4,135 
3,602 



10,618 
9,703 

10,046 
9,840 
8,588 
8,455; 
7,8.>6 i 
7, 123 j 
6,859 
6,437 
6,448 
6,136 
6,447 
7,346 
7,147 
7,029 
6,335 
5,823 
5,282 



97,706 
86,008 
84,166 
76,653 
64,662 
63,330 
60,320 
44,620 
40,882 
36,731 
38,687 
33,748 
31,880 
40,303 
36,652 
33,881 
29,027 
26,309 
25,888 



The total number of persons reported as killed during the year 
covered by this report is 10,618, and the number reported injured 
97,706, thus showing an increase of 915 in the number killed and 
1 1 ,698 in the number injured. The increase in the number lulled is 
9.43 per cent and in the number injured 13.60 per cent. Of the per- 
sons killed, 3,929 were employees, 359 passengers, and 6,330 persons 
other than employees and passengers, showing an increase of 568 in 
the number of employees killed, a decrease of 178 in the number of 
passengers killed and an increase of 525 in the number of other persons 
killed. Of the persons injured, 76,701 were employees, 10,764 pas- 
sengers, and 10,241 persons other than employees and passengers, 
being increases of 9,868 employees, 307 passengers, and 1,523 other 
persons injured. 

The following summaries subject these figures to analysis for the 
purpose of showing the classes of casualties responsible for the deaths 
and injuries sustained, and also what cUsscs of employees are espe- 
cially exposed to the kinds of accidents named. 



110 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Summary of Railway Accidents — United States. 

A.— ACCIDENTS RESULTING FROM THE MOVEMENT OF TRAINS, LOCOMOTIVES, OR 

CARS. 





Employees. 


Kind of accident. 


Trai 


nmen. 
Injured. 
3,690 


Switch tenders, 

crossing tenders, 

and watchmen. 


Station men . 
KUled. ; Injured. 

1 

1 
1 4 


Sho] 

Killed. 
2 


pmen. 




KiUed. 
206 


KQled. 


Injured. 
170 


Injured. 


Coupling or uncoupling 


18 


32 


Collisions 


434 
259 


3,479 
1,766 


2 
1 


45 
24 


1 
1 


7 
7 


4 

1 


31 


Derailments 


11 


PartincT of trains 


13 


527 




4 








2 


Locomotives or cars break- 


20 


327 




8 


1 




2 




ing down. 






Falling from trains locomo- 


454 


5,215 


7 


159 


5 


46 


6 


M 


tives, or cars. 


















Jumping on or off trains. 


130 


4,809 


7 


119 


4 


35 


8 


74 


locomotives, or cars. 


















Struck by trains, locomo- 


428 


931 


99 


133 


23 


54 


55 


143 


tives, or cars. 








I 








Overhead obstructions 


82 


1,042 
13,303 


1 


36 1 2 






g 


Other causes 


224 


12 


328 [ 1 


130 


17 


42S 






Total 


2,310 


34,089 


147 


1,026 


39 


283 


95 


821 



Employees. 



Kind of accident. 



Trackmen. 



KiUed. 



Coupling or uncoupling 

Collisions 

Derailments 

Parting of t rains 

Locomotives or cars break- 
ing down. 

Falling from trains, loco- 
motives, or cars. 

Jumping on or oil trains, 
locomotives, or cars. 

Struck by trains, locomo- 
tives, or cars. 

Overhead obstructions 

Other causes 



3 

14 
19 



Total. 



41 

38 

520 

2 
38 

675 



Injured. 



13 

207 

139 

2 

3 

222 

238 

621 

7 
1,161 

2,613 



Tel^raph em- 
ployees. 



Killed. 



10 



14 



Injured. 



15 
3 
1 



15 
20 

1 

45 

107 



Other employees. I 



Total. 



Killed. Injured. Killed. 



8 

40 

10 

1 

1 

32 

26 

230 

4 

77 

429 



75 
288 
180 

13 
6 

341 



298 

496 

291 

14 

24 



545 

323 ; 213 

i 

aS9 I 1,365 



32 
1,476 

3,123 



01 
372 

3,709 



Injured. 



3,884 

4,072 

2,130 

549 

344 

6,066 

5,613 

2,201 

1,127 
16,866 

42,962 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Ill 



Summary of Railway Accidents — United States — Continued. 

A.— ACCIDENTS RESULTING FROM THE MOVEMENT OF TRAINS, LOCOMOTIVES, OR 

CARS— Continued. 



Kind of ticcident. 



Passengers. 



Other persons. 



Trespassing. Not trespassing. 



Total. 



Collisions 

Derailments 

Parting of trains 

Locomotives or cars break- 
ing down. 
Falling from trains, loco- 
motives, or cars. 
Jumping on or off trains, 

locomotives, or cars. 
Struck by trains, locomo- 
tives, or cars— 
At highway crossings. . . , 

At stations , 

At other points along., 
track. 
Other causes 



Total. 



Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 
32 


Injured. 


Killed. 
35 


Injured. 


Killed. 
67 


Injured. 


95 


3,744 


45 


522 


567 


51 


2,309 


34 


85 


11 


307 


45 


392 




01 

11 


5 
4 


■ 17 
3 


1 


25 

4 


6 

4 


42 




7 


53 


437 


360 


676 


15 


94 


375 


770 


89 


1,529 

■ 


456 


1,670 


8 


104 


464 


1,774 


3 


8 


250 


226 


676 


1,658 


926 


1,884 


48 


96 


488 


472 


77 


175 


566 


047 


3 


1 ^^ 

1 


3,530 


2,108 


51 


146 


3,581 


2,254 


16 


2,312 


221 


625 


45 


970 


266 


1,595 


358 


10,523 

1 


5,381 


5,927 


919 


4,005 


6,300 


9,932 



B.— ACCIDENTS ARISING FROM CAUSES OTHER THAN THOSE RESULTING FROM THE 

MOVEMENT OF TRAINS, LOCOMOTIVES, OR CARS. 











Employees. 




Kind of accident. 


Static 
KiUed. 


)n men. 


Shopmen. 


Trackmen. 


Other employees. 




Injured. 


KiUed. 


Injured. 


KiUed. 


Injured. 


KiUed. 


Injured. 


Handling: traffic 


5 
1 

1 
4 


2,053 
88 

100 
36 

328 


1 
20 

6 
2 

31 


89 
8,763 

2,441 
457 

4,504 


5 

3 
1 

46 


245 
1,801 

2,534 
122 

2,770 


4 
5 

4 
3 

78 


659 


Handling tools, machinery, 

etc. 

Handling supplies, etc 

Getting on or off locomotives 

or oars at rest. 
Other causes 


1,226 

895 
344 

4,284 






Total 


11 


2,605 


60 


16,254 


55 


7,472 


04 


7,408 







Kind of accident. 


Total e: 
KiUed. 

10 


mployecs. 


Passengers. 


Other 


persons. 
Injured. 


T< 
Killed. 


)tal. 


Injured. KiUed. 


Injured. 


KiUed. 


Injured. 


HandlLnfiT traffic 


.^.046 




2 


3 


24 


13 


3,072 
11,885 


Handling tools, machinery, 
etc. 


MM 1 ,_ _ 

31 ' n-S78 






7 


31 


















Handling supplies, etc 








1 




10 


14 


5,981 


Getting on or off locomotives 


14 


5,970 


1 


80 


1 


13 


8 


1,052 


or cars at rest. 


6 


959 














Other causes 


159 


11,886 




158 


26 


255 


185 


12,290 




Total 


220 f 33.730 


1 


241 


30 


309 


251 


34,280 











12689-07 8 



112 REPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

• 

In tho preceding summaries accidents arising from the movement 
of trains are separated from those arising from other causes. Train 
accidents are those which particularly pertain to railway transpor- 
tation. Referring to this class of accidents, it will be noticed that 
the total number of employees killed from this cause during the year 
covered by this report was 3,709 and the total number injured 42,962, 
showing increases for this year over the preceding year of 536 in the 
number killed and 6,908 in the number injured. Of these casualties 
the greater number were sustained by trainmen. During the year 
under consideration 2,310 trainmen were killed and 34,989 injured 
in accidents resulting from the movement of trains. These figures 
show increases of 320 in the number of trainmen killed and 5,136 
in the number injured in this class of accidents. The number of 
fataUties to trainmen in this class of accidents is nearly equally dis- 
tributed among coUisions, falUng from trains, locomotives, or cars, 
and being struck by trains, locomotives, or cars. When all classes 
of employees are taken into account the last-named cause is responsi- 
ble for the greatest number of fataUties. Comparison of these figures 
with those for preceding years well illustrates the beneficial effect of 
the adoption of safety appUances. 

Of the fatalities to passengers, coDisions account for more than any 
other single cause, although the number due to jumping on or off 
trains, locomotives, or cars is nearly as great. In the matter of inju- 
ries, however, coUi^ons are far ahead, being responsible for more than 
35 per cent of the total injuries to passengers. Taking both passen- 
gers and employees into account, it is seen that colUsions are respon- 
sible for a much higher number of deaths and injuries than any other 
one class of accidents. 



STATISTICH OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 113 

SuMUART OF Railway Accidbn'ts, by Groups — Group I. 

A.— ACCIDENTS KESULTINO FROlt THE XOVEMBNT OF TBAIMH, LOCOMOTIVES, OR 







Kindotaooid... 


Tr«lB- 


BwLldi 


«rr 


Shop- iT™*- 


Tale- 


Otbar 
tonploj-- 


Total 




1 


a 


1 


=■ 


i 


1 


<|1 

1 \i 


i s 





1 


■s ll 




Couiiling Of uncoupling.... 


13 


Wo 

u 

17 
360 

Ed 


i 


1 


2 






■ 1 




n 










3 












\ 


1 










































" 


loc '^a b k 


31 
11 

e 


7 


^ 






















^ 


Ingdown. 




4 
1 

g 


=• 




37 


t 
U 






I 


11 
It 




Jumping on or ofl trolna, 
l"i'omotiw>. oroftrs, 

Struelc bj iTolns, locamo- 
tlvi4, orcari. 












4 




' 


li 


u 


107 




a 




9J... 


d 




u 






^ 


u 














IW 


■•» 


a 


». 


15 3 


4 


31 


hL. 


' 


U 


117 


17* 










,™«.. 




EJnd of in[<]<<iit. 


Trmpaaaing. | Xot tn>apasalng. Total. 




Killed. 


Injured. 


Silled. iDjund. 


K[U«L 


Injured. 1 Killed. | Injured. 




" 


„, 


\ 


S 

a 










• 










„ 




^ 


















Falling [ram tcaliui, loco- 

Jaa.I.ingonoro3tnW.. 
locomotives, or corn. 


3 


IG 
30 


ID 
OS 


Si 

3 


1 


: 


17 




' 


' 




At other pointi nJotiff 










Total 






H j ■ 371 


^' ^1 


^ 


79 


- 


3» 



KEPOKT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

SUMMAHV OF RAILWiY ACCIDENTS — GROCP II. 



—ACCIDENTS RESULTING FROM THE 



F TRAINS, LOCOMOTIVES, OR 







KiDdolaaldent 


Train- 


Swllch 

crossing 

tenders. 

and 


tlo^ 


Shop- 


Tnwt- 
raen. 


plpy- 


OthM 

p£r- 


Total. 




1 


1 


1 

■2 


i 


1 


1 


i 


1 
1 


1 


1 

3_ 


^ 


i 


1 

3 


1 
11 

4e 

a 

M 
6 


i!l 




mi 






: 


ml - 


06 

lie 

2 
J 

ITB 

« 

as 

1,1M 




ColllllOM 


48 


2S3 

i,4ei 

l.US 
M4 

S,3« 


■— 
"' 

to 


3 




' 


13 


T 


»» 




1 






2i 

'I 




















Falling trom trains, looo- 
JumplOB on or oB tnUnt, 


« 




e 


4 


13 

1 


S 








i 
8 




. 


5 

4 


I,«0 
788 




29 


8 




V 


W 










T""' I^-" 


9,S« j« 


IW 


6 


K 


25 


180 


271 


B74 


llg 


« 


I0,1&S 









Other persons. 


Kind ot accident. 


ra»cnB«r,. 




Total. 




KJBed. 


Injured. 


Killed. Injnred. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


Kllipd. 


InjoRd. 




11 


791 
5 

33 


2 




83 


13 














LowpinolivPB or cars break 


IS 

27 
3 




ingdo,™. 
Falling from trains, loco- 
Jumping on or o(( traioi, 
Struck by trKlnii, locomo- 
AthighwaycroMlngs... 


78 
80 

«9 
40 


112 
SS4 

€03 
114 


17 


17 
44 


81 

2«0 

88 

1,213 


IS* 

4U 


track. 


M 








nl !.444 


i,em 


1,371 


194 


G33 


1.800 








■ 





STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 115 

Summary op Railway Accidbnts — Group III. 





















Employees. 
















KindoIaocidBnt. 


Train- 


Switch 

tandera. 
watch- 


sta- 
men. 


SST 


Track- 


t 


°£ 


TotnL 




i 


1 

055 
0)3 

98 

967 

let 

IM 


1 

10 


1 
;3 


8 


1 
1 


1 


1 


ii 


i 

■2 


i 
t 


3 
i 

83 

28 

6:2 


1 




2 
2 

1 

23 

as 








10 
D 

e 




;■ 






7S 


























3 

i 


6 

g 


z 




1 








£3 




r»UinB Intra tnilns, loco- 

loconiotivOB, orcars. 
Blrucli li; tmina, looomo- 
Uvea or Clin. 


«8 

7fi 

« 

» 


15 

« 

I 


b 31 
26 

"a'wt 


: 


2 
13 


a 


1,060 

976 
3«6 




1 


u 


,..-12 


1 






117 


1,731 








»,Ufl 


17 






n 


113 


"'r 


3 ' 30 1 72 B27 


nei 






1 '1 








Othflr persons. 




KiU 




'"■-"'» 1 




Total. 




ed. 


lEJurcd. 


Killed 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


CollISiOM 


16 


1U 
8 

« 
237 


3 


a 


3 


2 

129 
IS 

i2e 


. 










3 

36 
592 
82 


** 




Locowitlvea orcaira break 




. 


ing down. 
FalliQB Irom trahis, loco- 
uiotlvpB, or tan. 

Struck l>y traiti*. locnmo- 
AtliighwaycroBBhigs.. 


■ 


83 

20 
365 
83 


4 

n 


W 


At other points along 


SS3 
















m 













































REPOET OP THE INTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

SUUUART OF RaILWAT AcCID B NTS— G ROUP IV. 

F TRAINS, LOCOUOTIVEB. OB 





Employ™. 


Klnao(iHS:IdHit. 


TralD- 

men- 


Swiicb 

tonclars. 
watota- 


tlon 


sr 


'S'- 


Tele- 
gnpb 


Other 

5' 


ToUI. 




i 

g 


1 


^ 


1 


1 


1 

■3 


i 


1 


i: 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


17 
1« 


1 

3 


ConpUiworunofnipUDg...- 


18 


US 

OB 

» 
St 

SSB 

MS 

61 


4 




■ 
















; 




n» ii I 




3 




1 








a 




9 
lU 
























I 

1« 
M 
2 


to 

3 
13 


ing .loi™. 
Filing from traliu. IMO- 

raolivoB, otcatJ. 
JmniSng on or off i™!..., 

loromoHves, orcars. 
Btrock by tralnt, Iwonio- 


3 


3 




> 


s 


4 


2 

IB 


A) 
13 






IS 






' 




■ 


4 








es 


Othrr csua™ 


T 







a 




4 


I 




3 


3 








" 


1 


M 


• 


1« 


» 


SI 




■> 


^ 


14a 


Eoa 


''"' 






,:,^„^ 


Otter psraona. 


KlndoKcddrot. 






Total. 




KilM. 


imand. 


Killed 


InjniHl. ' 


Km>4.|lnjunyl. 


KIDod. 


Injured. 


CcUliloiu 




1«8 
183 


2 


3 

I 

72 

m 

184 


2 


18 


3 






1» 








!» 












Ing down. 
FiUiug Irom train*, loco- 
mollTos, orcare. 


• 


33 

an 


= 


S 
11 

a 


3B 


7T 
lU 


locomoUVBs, orcirB. 
at nick bj tralna. locomo- 


- 


74 
4) 

■" 


Al stations * 




: 


At otbfr points (long 
track. 




J » 










































1 





















STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

SCUHART OF EilLWAT ACCIDENTB — GrOUP V. 



ctnsBing eta- 



Sbop- '. Trscle- ' 



lli I 'I'illi 



Fulling trom trains 
Stnicic by tnins, k 



"i"ir 



Otbet I 



,.|,i>. 



Kind at accident. 





Killed, 


Injured. Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


KillPd, 


Injured. 


Collialons 


, 


413 
2 


I 


n 


I 


I 


10 








2 


to 








57 




ing down. 
Fklllng trom tralaa, loco- 

raoti™.orcare. 
Jommtig on or oQ tmlng, 

Sl"uck by tislns, loeomo- 

Ac Itl0i«ay crosilngs.. 


37 


3 

1 


m 


23S 


At oCber points nlong 
trnclt. 


10 ; 2S7 


220 










29 




825 


67 , «^ .™ 



















118 report of the intebstate commekce commission. 
Summary op Raiuvay Accidents — Group VI. 
s resulting from tue uoveuent of trains. locomotives, or 






Kind oliccldant. 



Lorcinidtlrcn or csra brrafc- 

Ing down. 
Falling Irom tnilna, lew 

Jumping on or oD tnini 

SlriKlc liy (rnin?. locnmt 



4 iSQ ' 



M .... S I 1 



101 I 3 II 

149 no H 



. EUlod. Injured. Killed. 



irpsk- 



CoIU»lon» 

XmiUlmenta 

Tartlng of tnliu. . 

FaUine fmiQ tlolns, loco- 

Jumping nn oc all Imlns, 

SCrUfk b7 trains, 

Al highwoy or 









BIAHSTICS OF EAILWATS IN THE UNITED STATES. 119 

SUUMARY OP RaILWAT ACCIDENTS — Gboup VII. 





Emploj-Bjs. 


KinaofaccidtDt. 


S- 


Birttch 
tendort. 

and 

wiitph- 


StB> 


Shop- 


Track- 


Tdo- 
graph 


p£^- 


Total. 




1 


J 


i 


1 

5 




i 


ill 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 

5 


ill 


1 


1 


CoupUagor onconplliiK 


10 
13 
10 

1 

3 
B 


130 
« 

19 

327 


^ 


16 

I 












1 
31 


la 

10 






' 












6 






































































FuUlng from tralaa. loco- 

motlvoa, oroM. 
Jumping on or off tralna, 

filtuok by trains, looomo- 




it 

2 


.... 


3 


6 


4 
3 


30 


7 
37 






B 


ID 


3B 
4 
















1 












8 


1 


40 


5 


133 




■ 


a 


M 










01 


»3 


« 


„ 


» 


u 


« 


G3 


17 


174 




' 


IS 


li» 


Its 












Other p«r™n>. 


- 


Kiiid dI accident. 






KlUcd. 


Injured. : KlDad 


Injaied. KlDiid. 


Injuivd. 1 Killed. 


Injured. 




I 


'87 


I 


G 


. 


n 


3 


















1 






Ingilown. 


3 


. 


I 
36 




^ 


10 
37 










Struck by tralnB. locomo- 


" 




At stRtloiJ '^ 




1 




At otber points along 
Iraclt. 






, 


m 


u 





































































120 REPOET OF THE INTERSTATE COUMEBCE COMMISSION. 
SuMMART OF Railwat Accidrhto — Grodp VIII. 

A.— ACCIDENTS RESULTING FROM THE ICOVEUENT OF TRAINS, LOCOMOTIVKB. OE 













Klndotaecldent. 


Train- 


lendem, 
and 


Sta- 

Uon 


a^ 


Tack- 


ploy- 


other 

pliij- 


Total. 




i 


1 


i 


i 

-2. 

a 
t 


i 


i 

2. 




1 


i 


i 

1 


U 


1 


^'1 


1 

4a 

-IB 

1 

U 
S 


i 
1 


Coupling or aDooupllBg...- 


■3 
13 

s 

21 


Mo 

USD 
M 

30 

« 

lis 
I.MO 


\ 








4S 






I 




8 


3 






* 


^ 




















































ing down. 

FmUng from trains, loco- 
moll vPs, or can. 

Jumi^ns on oi off tralni, 
loeomotlvn, orcari. 


10 




1 


S 

I 


^ 


19 

7 

148 


39 


40 




1 
I 
3 

1 


12 


H 

35 


fits 

148 




63 


T 


ai 


2 


T 


466 


.... 


a,Bsa 




Tolil 


=,»,,.™ 


" 


1» 


3 


" 


« 


BI4 


.... 


le 


as 


StOlWK 


fi,lM 


K,.d.,.„M™. ~"™'"- 


Othorper.™,. 


TnapftMlue. 


. 


Not tnMpnnaing. Total. 




ElBcd. 


mmM. 


KilM 


Injur* 


KUM. 


iDjored. Killed. 


Injured. 


CoUUlon. 


31 


7M 
3 

310 


D 


■ \l 


^ 








16 


'» 






IS 














Ing dolTE, 
FoUlng tram trains, looo- 

raoUViw, orcars. 
Jumping oa or off trains, 

locomotivnji, otoam. 
Stnick by train*, tocruno- 


* 


: 


Ifi 


^ 


308 


in 


103 


3 






; 




traclt. 


lU 



































































STATISTICS OP BAIIjWATS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
ScMM.vBY or Railway Accibemtb — Gboup IX. 



i.-ACCIDENTS 1 





T 


Employees 
















1CM.,„,S.... 


iJn- 


WBtch- 


Sta- 
tion 


Shop- 

ft 


Treclc- 




To.,a. 




1 


1 


i'l 


il 


i 


i 
1 


1 


1 


i 


3 


a 

21 






1« 

SG 
131 

27 

190 
131 
17 
IC 


:::;| : 




4 
3 

1 














■■■■| ' 


^ 




IS 

u 




! 


1 






ia 

4 

3 
S 








J 






■""■| ■ 


1 






1 

IE 










ing down. 
FUliug from (rains, loei>. 

Jumping on or oS traiOB, 

Btrittlt liy tialns, looomo- 


1 


8 






1 


3 
8 









3 


u 
11 

s 
ee 


2 




^ 




























.... u 




4 


1 


» 


1 


S3 


... 


s 


fi 










» 


i.»a 


I »5 


' 


^ 


« 


" 


" 


i» 




' 


12 


m 


™ ■ 










P«^.., 




other persona. 




Klndoracfldent. 






respassinff. 




ToUl. 




Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed 






Injured, 


Killed. 






" 














143 








19 
21 

H 

S 
131 






DrraUmonta 




2 


11 




= 


























Ins down. 


' 


10 
S 


DO 

81 
29 




19 

28 




i7io«v™,orcar8. 
Jumping on ot oil traina. 

Struck L)y trains, IwomO' 






1 
t 








' 




Al nlUet ptilnli along 








110 






















]B> 















































120 REPOBX OF THE INrBBSTATE COMMEBCE COIUUSSION. 
SoMMART or Railwat AcciDmrra— Grodp VIII, 



Swilota 

tenden. 



CoapUng or uncaapline. . . . 

CoUlslinia 

DoraUments 

Parting of traim 

a traiiu, loco- 



Fnlllns fro: 

Btriiuk bf train*, loeoiaa- : 

OvsrboMl atMtruotioni . . 
Othoretiun 

Tot«i 'aiskoTO : 



1 1's li 



. Kilted. Injured. Killed. 



njured. Killed. Inlnnd. 



Colllslona. 

DeroUmcata . .....,.., 

PsrlinEOttralna 

Locomntlvra or cars broftk- 

Falling from tr»ln», loeo- 

Jumplng on or off traina 

Slnicfc bj Imlni, (ooomo- 

At highway croul 

A I CFtbBr point! along 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
ScMMAnY OF Railwat ACCIDBSTO— Gboup IX. 















Employ^.. 
















Kladolswldent. 


TmlD- 


3S 


H 


mT 


TrMk- 


iSr. i °r' 


T"lnl. 




i 


1 

MS 
U 

MO 
IC 


s 1 


i i 


W 


i 
1 

9 

■a 


1 

5 


1 


i 


1 


^ 


1 

« 


ai 


i 

1 


20 




* 




It 
IS 




3 


1 




UcnUlmcDW..- 




1 










1 






1 
S 

3 

e 












B 

1. 










FmJlLng from trains, loco- 


, 


* 


1 .-.. 


t 


3 

a 


3 

1 
« 






I 


a 

19 

3 
W 


U 

s 
1« 
i 

X3 


^ 


locomotives, orcara. 
BlneH by traliu. locouio- 




















a 


.._. . 


I 


30 


1 


ra 




3 


« 










OB 


'■» 


' 


3S 


,|, 


fi 


n 


11 


■» 




7 


U 


m 










PsSiBngBM. 




other persona. 


1.1. ^ 




Tw. 


panBing. Not trwpriMlng. 1 To 




Kill 


iad. 


Injured. 




illed. 


iDJund.^KlUnl.'InjunM.j Killed. 


Injuml. 


C lll-ioni 




100 


i 1 


1 

I 










2l 11 

1 




1 
















1 






1 


lag doirn. 


= 




,J . 




M 






I .1 „ 






Slrucl; by trains, locomo- 




20 


8 
50 


H 








■ 


131 1 6 




traok. 




























'" ' "" 




































1 











REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COUMEBCQ COMMISBION. 



F Railway Accidents — Gb< 



—ACCIDENTS BESUL' 





Emplojeea. 


Kind ot Dcoiduit. 


Tmln- 
mta. 


BwiWIi ■ 

and 
wnlcb- 


tin's 


Sliop- 


Tracic- 


TdB- 

ploy- 


^- 


Tot^ 




U 
13 


1 


i 

s 


1 


1 
7 


1 
1 


I 


1 

1 


1 

i 

3 


i'l 


1 

3 


i 


i 
1 


1 
IS 


1 
f 


Coupling or iineoiipUng. . . . . 


fl7 
«7 
10 
iS7 
107 
33 


1 


. 


3 






2 


1(11 










2 


























3 

4 

U 

6 
IB 






















u 

u 
w 


i 

St 

a 

M 




Fttlling from trilnl, loco- 

JmnpinE on or oS traUu, 
looomolivti, orcan. 

Btniolt by trains, locomo- 
tlvoe. or can. 


' 


3 


1 




4 




3 


4S 


3 


1 


1 


Itt 


Other CBUH3 




1 5 






3 


1 


B 














~ 










,«» .i u 


J| B 


' 








U 


" 


178 






' ' ! 








P„„„„. 


OthorpcrBO-d. 


Kind ol awidHit. 






TottL 




Killed. 1 mjurod. 


KlUod 


Injuml. 


KlilPd 


InjuiTd. 


KIDed. 


lajnwL 




. m 


; 


12 




27 


24 


D 






as 


Psrtlna of tnOoi 




3 






38 
17 

S3 


M 
22 




1 

30 
ST 




Ingdown. 

Fulling from trains, loco- 
motives, or oara. 

Jumping on or oO tralEB, 
loeomotiveB, or cirB. 

Btruck h! train*, locomo- 
tiws, or cars— 


9 


3D 


« 


01 


At italior^ 


3 


7 








track. 


2 


73 


« 































































STATISTICS OP bahjWats in the united states. 1 

U1IARY OF Railway Accidekts, bt Ghocps — Gboup I — Continued. 





Eroploj«* 


















Kindofflcciaent. 


"sr 


Bbopmeti 


Tr«lt-! O'l^' 


«r„ 


eers. 


penuus. 


Total. 




! 


1 
1 


1 


1 

■E 


1 
i5 


S 1 

« .... 




i'l 


~ 


1 

.a 


i 


1 


i 


1 




«'.... 


S 




... M 
— IJO 

t U 

t M 


























. 










tit 












Z 








"'»•■"'»■■»"• 




, 


2 
















(I 


' 


348 


1 


m 10 


«B 


t. <«. 




' 






u 















SuuuART OF Railway Accidents— Group 1 1— Continued. 





Eraplci7«j8. 


















Kind Dt Mxldent. 


8^«»" Bhopm™. 


Track- 


other 


ployect 


^?. 


Other 
peragns 


TotaL 




1 


663 .... 


1 

,. 

1,132 

gTB 

I.SIZ 




1 

f 

e 

375 

HO 

IS 

4m 


1 

3 



1 

in 

ITS 
1,074 


2 

e 

4 
1 


1 

f 

834 

3,898 

i,m 


1 


i 


1 

1 


1 

-B 
4 

4 


t 

3 
8 


i 


Huidllngtoola.niadiliiary, 

Handling nippllea, etc.,.. 
Getting on oi oO locomo- 








3,8W 


1 


fi, 3 

V 










3i 


10 


3, TO 




.. 






1 Itt, 1 „ 


t,93S 




1,2*5 


12 1 EM 


a? 


U 


71 


ts 


8,709 













124 BEPOBT OF THE INTEHSTATE COMSIEKCB C0MM1S310K. 



Sdmuaby of Railway Ai 



-Group III— Continued. 





i:inpIi>rcoa. 


















KindofaccidBnl. 


StAt[oa 


.^-h^.- 


,31. 


plo^.. 


eers. 




ToUl. 




i 


7 
2, 


1 

a 

2 

a 


1 
a 

1.TI7 

MS 
M 

M6 


I as3 


1 


1 
1(& 

gSfl 


5 


1 

3.1B0 
19fl 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 

1 




I 










s,iai 










Getting on or oil locomo- 
tlvoaotctirsatreBt. 




i 


s 








3 
H 


1,W» 












OK 


« 


^313 


» 


BM 


13 


l.«8 


=" 


.«! 




M 


IC 


« 


31 











F Railwat Accidbntb — Group IV — Continued. 



7ROH THE 





t:ini)loyL«fi. 


















Kindoluccident. 


StalLon 


s«™ 


Tmelc- 


Othff 


ploTwa. 


PT8. 


-"™ 


Total. 




i 


I 

73 
U 


1 

... 


1 


J 


» 
143 

IM 


1 

s 


1,1 

«l 1 1 

131^ 1 


M 

tea 

M 

Jlfl 


1 


1 


1 


1 

I 


1 

1 


1 




} 


IM 




























4 














i 


4 


723 












a 


u 




I.OH 


» 


UT 


s 




LWO 


.... 


• 




3 


fl 


,1-rn 




f»n 







SIATISUCS OP RAILWAYS IN THE UHIIED STATES. 
SouMABi OF Railwat Accidents— Geoup V — Continued. 






Total 



SuuHAar OP Railway Accidb.sts — Ghoup VI — Continued. 









Em'i-y 


»■- 






















Kind of accident. 


'sr 


zr 


"™- 1 ployees. 


pi^^.. 


Errs. 


.?.': 


Tol^. 




t 





i 


1 


1 


1 

5S3 


1 

90 


82 
7W 


1 1 


^ 
S 


1 


1 
3 


i 

1 


i 


1 


U dll tramo 


..'. 


. 


I 


4 




etc. 

Hamlling suppUoi, oto 

Getting OQ or off looomo- 


sa 


1« 






1,UI!I 


-. 


7 




a 


5 


IM 
1,8U 






6 


*" 


s 


1,200 


" 


1,240 


26 


'•"■ 


12 


4,SlB 






' 


9S 


■i? 













REPOET OP THE INTEBSTAIE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 

Summary of Raimvay Accidents — Gnoup VII — Continued. 





Emplojops. 
















Klndofnocldenl. 


Btntlon 


ISf 


Track- 


other 
ploy«s. 


ploycen. 


Pai«n 


other 


TOIJ. 




1 


1 


s 

3 


1 
J 


i 


1 


i 


1 


i 


1 


i 


1 


i 


1 


il 






s 








11 

BG 


1. 




1 1 « 


etc. 






itu 


J 


B7 

a 

lae 


e 


















1 IS 


Octtlog on or ad loeonio- 

lives orParaMrcH. 












1 ; 




, 


3 


« 


.tI m 




— 






« 




.. 


6 ';« 1 1R 


1,009 


... 


s 


a 


* 





















f Railway Accidbnts — Group VIII — Continued. 





Emploj'fva. 


















KiDdotMcident. 


StBtiOO 


tT 


Trock- 


plorms. 


T 
ploywa. 


Pftaaeo-I Other 


Total. 




i 


1 
f 

6 
2 


i 

3 


1 




1 

32ft 

i53 


S 

5 


a3 


i'i 


i 


1 
s 




i 


* 








J 


,T 


^ 


-ni 






1 1.036 

12 Gsa 








* 


im 




.... 


133 








r 


OttUog oa or off locomo- 
HTeiorMriat«.t. 










1 


13S 




















M. 




10 


1,<13S 


s 


an'»i:iA»i 




ii 


Ifl 


» 


3,878 





















STATISTICS OP RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Summary op Eailwav Accidents — Group IX — Contioued. 



1 




E 


npl 


yofs. 
















Kind ot accident. 


^op- 


Track- 


other 


ployws. 1 »^"- 
1 


Other 


Total. 


1 


1 


1 

i5 


1 


jil 

s ;■ 


1 

.... 


1 

f 

28 
fll 

GO 
178 


i 
s 

3 


11 




i 


i 
f 


2 


I 










Handllas tooli, mwblD- 

ery.eto. 
Handling «dpp1ic8,otc 


10 3 

i""" 


301 '....' 77 

1 
SB'.... 03 

1*!.... s 




1 














X .... 


sa 


.... 


a 

7 


3 






.' 








1— 










' <" 




• 


l,IM .... 


S3 




" 


^ 


'' 















f Railway Accidents — Gbovf X — Continued. 





Emplojtfs. 




















'rr 


s.„ 


Track- 

ii 

...-^ISfl 
2 'iGS 

1 30 


Olhfr 
ployeeiL 


plo?'e;!6. 


gerB, 


Other 


Totftl. 




i 

3 


i 


S 


t 

"3 


1 1 

5 ^ 


i 


317 
MS 


i 


i 

1 


i 

33 


1 




111 




20 


1-7 1 




Hanilllzig tool?, machiii. 
ery, otc. 


a 


3 

1 


3 


11 ' i 


1 


















flolling on or off looomo- 








6 


, 






7 


W .... 






















B CBS 






' 


' 


12 


" 






, |-- 















The next sumimaiy shows an assignment of railway casualties 
illustrating the liability sustained by employees and passengers to 
death and injury on account of railway accidents. 



12689—07 9 



REPOBT OF THE INTEBSXATS COMMEBCE COIOOSSION. 



Summary of Railway Accidents, 

ONE Killed, Injubed, 



NnuBBK OP Emploteeb and Pas- 
UtirreD States, and bx Gbouts. 



It«m. 


sss. 


Group I. 


OroapIIOroupIII. Group IV. 


AUomployeM: 


3,9a 

NT 

70,701 

B,310 

34,983 
8 

70,103,735 
74,131 

i,»e,OM 

B,331 

B,M7 

W9 

4,006 


ISO 
1,333 

109 

a,Ml,302 
W,S93,3SS 

349,293 
0,7«.763 

» 

79 


1.10) 

322 

11,000 

6S0 

a,M2 
s 

4,402.677 

US,E0fl,3S0 

2,531 

2,»S,BU 

IH 

633 


S§g 

370 

13,396 
17 

S53 
132 

6,116 
8 

If, UK, 014 

74i724 
2,tS7,l(M 

217 

704 






350 


Tritaraen; 


'■ 


Nun.ljPfofi™iniMnfotoiiBkJUDa 


9S 


Number oltrBlotaBn for one Injured 


' 


Number curtliJd lor onokUkd 

Numbec conisd one mils tor (ma tdlkd... 


001.352 
3S,sn.W8 


Nomlior carrted for one Injnnsd 
Other persons:! 






njured.. 


1,478,811 




















Item. 


Group V. 


Group VI 


O^P 


%7^ 


Group IX 


Group X, 


AUflmplojws: 


ttl 

3« 

7.S8B 

18 

SOT 
3,6«7 

l.*M,000 
6t,*61.2« 


104 

M7 

U.1U 

3« 


3«3 

a,3« 

2L 


341 
443 

7 

M 
38,463,634 

■,^ 

18,120 
l,l3fl,6M 

ssa 

7» 


104 

061 

3,097 
22 

0) 

1,263 

-,!.653,fl3S 
137,464.113 

33,530 
1,738,388 

391 




Number ot employBS. lor one 


482 


mlured. 
Trainmen: 


102 
1.001 

1,750, 4£« 
».0»,I1S 


Number o< trdnmen lor one 


Number si tnlnntea tor one 
Injund. 


Number cuttiod lor one kiUed . . 
Number curled one mile tor 


1,607,153; «3,1I75 
1I1,E35,7(» U,028.«3S 

1 


Number carried [or one Injured. 
Niiml«r carried one mile lor 
one Injured. 
Other peiaoiu: > 

Numl*r not tntpufiing killed . 
Jured. 


l,6M,ll> 

s 




B7.4g8 
a, 121, 923 

■ Wi 
9B7 
22S 


22,883 

148 
107 


4,441,35b 

277 
334 

X 



le to tbe movement ottr 



STiTISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE TJHITED STATES. ' 129 

The following summary shows for each of the several classes — 
employees, trainmen, and passengers — the ratios of total numbers to 
one killed and to one injured in the United States for the eleven years 
prior to June 30, 1906: 

Comparative Suhhart 



i KltLED 1 



Number ot em- 


NumberoItMlQ- 


Num 


letol 


Kilted. 


Injured. 


Kllled. 


Injured. 


KiUc 


3K7 


» 


124 




2,222,691 1 


ill 


21 


133 






MS 


SM| 


3S7 


19 


120 






ear. 




364 




m 






8K 


4J1 


Ml 


24 


13S 






»« 


JOB 




2e 


13« 






IK 


46e 


m 












6»1 




27 










(tn 




2S 


1!0 






2c; 


270 


«A 


30 


165 






20. 


TOR 




2S 


la 


10 




827 


471 



The summaries next given contain analyses of railway accidents in 
still greater detail, shoeing the number of casualties of the various 
classes by territorial groups. 



Summary of Railway Accidents, 



r Groups — Ekploybeb. 



Teftitory covored. 






Croup V 



IS 



BM E4fi 0,088 



130 BEPORX OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 
Sttuhart o» Railway Accidents, by Gsoupb — Emfloyees^ — Continued. 



Territor? covered. 


o'rTff?4i2S. 

locomotive. 

or can. 


tTBlQB, loco- 
care. 


„r"»" 


Other cau» 


ToUl. 


i 

3 


1 


1 


1 


1 

38 

4 
2 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 




a 

as 

4 
8 


209 
1,420 

flS3 

I» 


S07 

W 

101 

38 


107 
786 
366 

198 
394 
« 

S6 

9S 


324 

78 
21 

77 


IOC 
13 

12 

54 


603 
3,9S2 

1,400 

fllj 

3,532 

680 

430 


1,126 

380 

sea 

UB 
309 

W 
178 




UDll 


10, vs 






2 

* 

1 

s 

1 
























GtoudX 








United SUt<» 


2.3 


,.m 


1,305 


,,»■ 


91 


1,127 


372 


'•■■*• 


3,709 


■o 


sei 



Group III... 
Group IV. . . 

OtoupVI... 
Group VII.. 

□roup IX... 



chJnery, 



United BUtM.. 



statistics of bailwayb in the united states. 
Summary op Railway Accidents, by Gkoups — Pasbekoerb. 
of trains, 



Tcrrilotj covered. 


CoUIbEohs. 


D«r»il- 


Parting 


tive< or 
break- 

A. 


FnUIng 
tlvoB, or 


iroF'o"! 

tlVBS, or 




i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


1 


1 


1 


1 
3 


1 




17 


211 

m 

6« 
SOI 

100 


1 
14 


i. 

W 
183 
S£0 ' 
U3 

87 1 

Z\ 

9e 




J 






i 


14 

35 

78 
13 

30 














OrouDiV 












1 








a 

32 




■OrouDVlI 
















OtointX 


* 


SS 












SS 


"" 


SI 




SI 




" 


" 


437 


8B 






' i'" 






Struck hy traJTii, locomq- 


Ollitr 


Tomi. 


Caunoii other 
iban IhDSO 
reaalllDg 

locomolWfls, 


Tsrritorr covered. 


At high- 


"ifon"" 






1 


1 


1 


1 

■s 


1 


1 


i 


1 

BS5 

310 
75 


eg 

20 
OS 

13 


1 

F 
2,444 

947 
1.828 


1 

...... 


i 









27 








Oroap II 


I 


3 


33 

7 
3 




1 
1 

9 


87 






GroupV 1 


3 




^ 








• 




■ 


1 


J 


















27 1 filfl 


















' 


8 


ti 




= 




" 







































REPORT OF THE INTBBSXATE COMMEBCE COMUISSION. 
SuMUABT OP Railway Accidbntb, »r Groups— Otsbe PRBBOHa. 



Qroapl 

Oroup II 

Oroop HI... 
Group IV.... 

Oioup V 

Oroop VI.... 
atoupvii.. 
Qroup Vin. 
Oroup I.Y... 
Group X 



InltnlStatM BI ' K! U 3B2 



I LocoiDO-j FnlllnB Jamplm 

Darail- Parting o( ^'^"^ "^So'Ss"*' uSlSI'li 
mentt. trains. ^.^^ Jj^™"; ^^{^ 



tit 



I 


7 


] 




« 


I 


3 
IS 



Oroup I 

Oroup III... 
Qroup IV... 

Qroup VII, 

Group IX. 
Qroup X.. 



III.. 



UoltodSUtei... 



W 2B 

4S6 91 .M 

1« , -IE iS 
3» 103 1 
SO KM 



,312 «47 



60 ' zffl i,no I 



11 46 315 



. 3M 1,SS4 Me M7 3,581 >2SSi 



STArisrics of eailwats in the ntriTED states. 188 

Classification op Railway Accidbnts, by Groups — Employees, 
a— accidents resultino frou the uovehent of trains, logouotives, ob 





ClUB. 




C 


"t 


B 


^"' 


Ps 


rt- 


Locomo- 


Falling 

trulns, 
locriao- 


TeiTito^ qoT- 










down. 


orca?i. 




1 


1 


1 


j 


1 


1 


i 


1 


J 


1 


1 


1 




T^ 


I 


a 


17 


lU 


. 


« 


" 


> 


a 


1 






Switch tenders, Brow- 
ing tandera, uid 




** 
















Shoptneo 


















J 












3 




* 
















TelegrBph amployBos. 
























«i 


m 


11 
a 

2 














4" 


jj 






2 


46 


3 




" 




3 




flToapIL 


BicitchlcnaBre,cross- 
wsWbmen. 






a 


4 


\ 














' 


U 














Tetegraph employ™ s 














3 


ess 

la 


« 


2 

39 


14 

a 


»' 


1 


1 


1 


1 
3 


CO 


OreupIIL 


Bwll4!hten*iA,cro«s- 
IdK tADilen, and 








10 


3 


23 
3H 


' 


IB 




















i 






Otiior employees...... 
















1 


loa 


a 


-18 


m 








1 


4 
13 








a 








Ing tenders, and 




QMopIV 




a 








































TnCBBBn 








S 


3B 

.... 










3 
1 






Oiber employees. 














« 






a 


4 

1 
3 

a 


-4 






■ 


3? 


' 






Ing tenders, and 




OtoopV 














!!" 


25 






















^ 


53 


... 


1 






3 






Other emplonios 














H 




4 






fl 


32 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

F RAiLWAr'AcciDENTB, BY GROUPS — EUFLOTXES — CoDtiDued. 





CIuh. 


Cou^ng 


Colli- 
.lons. 


Derail- 
ments. 


Part- 


Loeomo- 
tlMsor 

b^£nB 


Uvea. 




i 


1 


i 


I 


1 

U 

I 


II 


1 


{11 


* 


1 

1 


1 

ia- 

1 
1 


1 

f 






36 
* 


S88 


<ts 


«5 

U 

a 
a 

130 






Switch lendora, cross- 
ing tenders, and 




Group VI 












' 


1 


a 




1 


I 










10 


1 

H 

1 




' 


' 




















Other cmpJoyeea 


5 


28 

U 
Id 


w 


1 


-4 
-4 


•■ 





U 


n 




Switch loaders, oroBi- 
Ing tenders, and 




OronpVII 


















' 










































1 


































320 
35 


6 
38 


31 
360 

6 

3 

3e 

■IB 

u 

z 

-1 

16 

3 

a 

M 


17 


2Be 

1 










1 
34 






rTrkloiDen' '" 


30 


1 


M 


a 


ao 






Switch Under., 070K- 
ins tenders, uid 




Qtoopvm 
































1 










3 




2 


19 














Telegrnph employees. 


















7 

148 

S 


3 

8 


30 




1 


a 

S7 






19 








11 




£ 






ine tenders, sod 








u 




















' 


I 




I 






t 












* 


u 




TBlegra h 1 










, 












1 


a 


87 








9 
U 








lt> 




13 


3 


Id 






SwiiolitcnitDCB, cross- 
ing tender., uid 
watchmen. 
































1 
















Trallanen 


I 


3 


H 


3 




• 






» 






TeleEraph employee.. 
Other employees 










J_ 


_i 


a 


12 




7 








a 


1 















STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Classification of Railway Accidents, by Groi ps — Euployees — Coi 



T.rritojjrcov- 


Cl»M. 


Coupling 
ooupllii. 


CoUl- 


Demi I- 


Part- 






1 


1 


J 1 


j 


i 


j 


l! 


iMl 




1 1 


,TiM 
24 

n 

139 
3 

180 


13 

1 


, 




in« Wailefs, uid 


170 3 45 1 

1 ! 


, ::.' s -; ■'» 






2 3' AM 








isL-. 










a 


13 1 




7 






75 


I ' 6 33 

1 1 


Terriloy oov- 


riu*. 


Sirs 

triiins, 
locomo- 

eara. 


idel^' 


loverhmd 
ohslnicv 


Other 


Total. 




i 


t 

1 


i 


1 


i 


i 


1 


1 
1 


1 


i 




Til 




7 



2i 

40 

m 
in 

12 

W 

13 
42 


« 


„i. 








SwlMhtendetB,oroMHig 
tcDikra, and watcb- 




- 


1 

14 i 31 


' 26 








J 






SbODUWD 




i 












. 
















." 










12 

229 
7B 

S 
IS 






2 










"I 


3fi 


an 


3,348 

s§ 

MO 
102 

12 


ESQ 
48 

lis 

3!i3 


He 

3 






Switch ti.'i]darii,on)ialnK 
tandora, and watch- 
moil. 


.... 


B 
M 

S 
H 










2 


3 


^ 








674 




Telegntpb cmplorMB. 












8 
13 





El 


I* 






Tc^nm™ 


s,iie 


OroopllI 


Wndera, and woMh- 










I 




J 




113 




Telegrapli employees. 
Other emplo/ees 


1 






-.1 


B 









BEPOBI OF THE INTEBSTAIE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



CliABSIPICATIOK 



Railw&t Accidents, b 



Gbo II pa — E11PJ.0 YB Ks — Coatimied. 

' TRAINS, LOCOUOTIVES, OK 



TmTitorv tov- 


a»i. 


tralna, 
looomfl- 
llvM, or 
car*. 


Straok bj 


Ovcrhond 
obit rue 

IIODB. 


Othor 


TotaL 




i 


1 


1 


^ 

a 


1 

a 


1 

s 


ii 


3 1 1 






I 


1 


32 
3 




. 


a 
3 

13 

1,171 
30 

10 
ISO 

28 

101 
104 

4X 

SZ7 

W 

88 
1.6« 

(8 

32 
14a 

m 

a 

391 


23 
2C7 

8 
310 

U 
K 

2 
8< 

I 
ft 

IT 

S 
4B 

23 






Switch teaHen. crosalns 
Ceaden, and wst(^- 




GrouplV 












I 


6 

10 
671 

S 
29 
















2 


1 

a 

13 












;r:r"" 


as 

3 


47 

B 

23 


IS 

as 


B 


,; 


Itf 




Switch teadpTS, croselns 
VndtfB, sad wnlch- 




Croup V 


, 










a 

































Otlier<!mplore«> 


25 
« 


830 

28 
11! 

4 

a 


IS 

BE 

3 
M 


30 
13J 

to 

lOS 






" 






" 


23 


HOB 


Croup Vl 


Strilch budora, croKsing 


XK) 






I 


1 
3 
1 
U 
S 


















Otberpmploma 


.1 


M 
^ 


1 


10 

it 


sss 


OroapVll 


Switch U-ndBfipCroHSIng 
tenders, and wnWh- 


» 


Shopm™ 




6 


3 
S7 




1 

s 








' 




















Other omploypM ., 


13 


4U 

* 

s 

38 


8 

23 
W 

» 
IS 


40 

I 

i 






2 

1 






3 


14G 

10 


3,610 


Croup VIII.... 


Birtlch IcndffW.orcBBing 


Shopmen 






1 


S 

11 






TrocknBn 

Tplegrnph omployeea 

Other cmplOTn's 


^ 






1 


1 
9 


IS 
SIO 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAY3 IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Classification c 



, BY Ghouph — Ghfloyebs — Continued. 



Totrtton eoT- 


ciu>. 


traim. '^■ 


Overhead 
tiona. 


Olhar 


,0..,. 




■8 


1 


a 


1 
"3 


!- 


" 


1 


1 
1 
KM) 

20 
■ 63 

to 


i 


1 






i 


ISl 


5 


n 






Switch tfndors.croislng 
tvnaen. and iratcb- 


' 3£ 


oroup IX 












2 

8 


« 


8 
IS 






^ 












102 

7 
48 

12 
















DtlwT employees 


1 


11 
107 

1 

4 
3 

s 


3 

i3 
3 


IS 
J3 

a 


£ 


2 

23 


4 

19 


131 




Switch tsndBrt, crofslng 




Oroupx 














* 


^ 


3 








3 












1 














1 


I 


a 


IB 






T™lm»tn 








130 
3S 


238 
323 


M 

M 
SO 
330 


831 

133 




9 

I 
32 


IZ4 

17 
3S 


18,308 

31S 

4& 


30 

B5 

1« 

429 






Swilehtendfn.eroMlng 
ImdEra. and walcb- 


1,0M 










Traclonm 












Other rmplofRH 


» 


3,133 



138 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Classification of Bailwai Aocidbnts, bt Groups— Employ eks — Conlinucd. 

B.-ACCIDEKT8 ARISINQ Fl 

MOVEMENT OF T 



Stittonmcn.. 

Shopmen 

Trackmen... 
Otber omplny 
SUtlonmon.. 



TracJnnpn 

Othei emplDfesI . . 
Station man 



Traokroen . . 
Other eniplo 
SUlion niEn 



Other nmplDyeei . . 
autionmcn 



statistics of railways in the united states. 1 

Classification op Railway Acctdknts, by Groups— Other Persons, 
.—accidents resulting f 



^""S."" 


a^ 


Hocu. 


D«t4il- 


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oil raid. 


Locomo- 
breaklDS 


tmlni. lo- 


ocear*. 


ii 


i 


t 

f 


i 


i 
1 

1 

4 
5 






1 

I 
142 
11 

70 
2 
133 

J4 

73 
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£ 

10 


1 

36 

M 
8 

87 
3 

la 

19 

1 


1 

t 










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Not tiespOMlDg. . 
TrespaMing 

TreipssBlng 

NollroBpflUlnB.. 

NottnupHsiing.. 


u 

3 
3 

3 
3 

2 
11 
S 


a 
a 

B 

i 

M 

7 
SS 

13 
11 
lOG 


3 


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3 

7 
7 
A 
M 

12 
S 
18 

21 
IB 
27 


3 






78 
4 
M 

33 

3 

3 

81 

10 












Group IV I 


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9 

1 


11 






















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2 

I 


3 






280 






• 




Group VII 


2 




^ 








1 
14 

36 








IS 


















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1 


19 




' 


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1 
1 








a 




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45 


34 

11 


SS 


5 


ii 


* 


S 


360 
15 


6» 


451 

S 


1,870 
104 



140 REPOBT OF THE INIEBSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Classificatiok of Railway Accidbhts, i 



r Groups — Other Persohs — Continued. 



A— ACCIDENTS EESULTING F 


ROI£ 


TIIE MOVBKEMT Oy TRAINS. LOCOUOTITB8, OR 






CARS-Conttoued. 












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kbytr 


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crossings. 


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1 


1 


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1 


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1 


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1 


1 






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10 


28 


16 


248 


9S 


17 


18 


334 


3N 




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a 


S 




IS 


38 


79 


CroiipII , 


Tn»pu«ins 


127 


93 


68 


M 


1,198 


803 


« 


114 


i.eoB 


1.371 






















683 






« 


S) 


78 


S8 


592 


ass 


K 


a 


S70 


874 




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13 


27 






13 








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84 


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819 




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12 


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284 




13 


35 


443 


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18 








M 


S7 


m 




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9 


811 


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588 


330 


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I3B 


881 


9G7 






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32 


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338 






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32 


» 


23 


4 


23 


34 


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186 


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4 


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81 


81 


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4 


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131 


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80 


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377 


334 




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38 


170 


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230 


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4,005 



CONCLUSION. 

Frequent reference has been made in previous reports to the im- 
portance of a physical vahiation of railway property. The consider- 
ations suhmitted in favor of such a valuation need not be repeated 
at this time. It may, however, be proper to call attention to the 
fact that the introduction into operating expenses of a set of depre- 
ciation accounts brings prominently into view an added neces.sity for 
an inventory of railway property. The chief purpose of the deprecia- 
tion accounts is to protect the Investor against the depletion of his 
property by an understatement of the cost of maintenance, aud to 
protect the public against the perpetuation of unduly high rates by 
charging improvements to cost of transportation. These accounts, 
which serve so important a purpose, require for their proper and safe 
administration complete and accurate information relative to the 
value of the property to which they apply, and this iDfonnation can 
only be secured by a formal appraisal embracing all classes of raOway 
property. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 141 

Yet another reason may be submitted. Before the close of the 
present fiscal year it is expected that the Commission will be in posi- 
tion to prescribe a standard form of balance sheet. The purpose of a 
balance sheet is to disclose the financial standing of a corporation, 
and this it does by placing in parallel columns a statement of assets 
and of liabilities. But in the case of railway companies the Com- 
mission is unable to test the accuracy of the assets reported, and there 
is no feasible means of providing such a test other than by a detailed 
inventory of the property which the assets represent. If Congress 
designed, by the provision which it made for a prescribed system of 
accounts, that the Commission should do what lies in its power to 
guarantee the sound financing of railways, the necessity for making 
an inventory appraisal of railway property can not longer be delayed. 

From whatever point of view this question of valuation be regarded, 
"whether of reasonable capitalization, of a reasonable schedule of rates, 
of effective administration of the depreciation accounts, or of the 
correct interpretation of the balance sheet, one is forced to conclude 
that an authoritative valuation of railway property is the next 
important step in the development of governmental supervision over 
railway administration. 

It is proper that acknowledgment should be made of the services 

of Mr. W. E. Burleigh, assistant statistician, in the administration of 

the work of compilation contained in this report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Henry C. Adams, 

In charge of Statistics and Accounts, 



TABLE I. 



CLASSIFICATION OF RAILWAYS 

AND MILEAGE 



FOR 



THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1906. 



12689—07 10 143 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The established custom of tabulating statistics by territorial groups 
is continued in this report. ** Supplement A/^ pages 290 and 291, con- 
tains totalized figures for certain roads lying in more than one group. 

In this table the names of all independent operating roads appear 
in alphabetical order, printed flush, while those of subsidiary roads, 
making either operating or financial reports, are indented, being alpha- 
betically arranged also. The names of such subsidiary roads as oper- 
ated their own mileage and possibly that of other roads under the 
control of the leading road of a system are so arranged, however, after 
a preceding alphabetical arrangement of the subsidiary roads, the 
operations of which are included in the report of the leading road. For 
illustrations, see pages 176 to 182, Nos. 491 to 568, both inclusive. A 
subsidiary road may have in a subsidiary relation to itself another road, 
which will appear indented to the second place, and, if some other road 
be subsidiary to the latter, this third road will be still further indented. 
For illustration, see page 176, No. 491, Pennsylvania Railroad Com- 
pany, which appears printed flush as the principal road in an operating 
system, and imder it, as subsidiary, on page 180, No. 556, the Phila- 
delphia, Baltimore and Wasliington Railroad Company, *' indented.^' 
On page 182, No. 563, the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Rail- 
road Company, is subsidiary to the last-named company, and ** in- 
dented to second place,' ^ and this road has subsidiary to itself No. 564, 
the Chester Creek Railroad Company, which is ''still further indented.'' 
This arrangement shows the proper relation of any road to the imme- 
diate road or roads preceding, and this plan has been followed through- 
out all tables of the report. The form of relation existing between the 
subsidiary companies and the companies by which they are controlled 
is stated in column 6 of this table. In the subsequent tables the roads 
have abbreviated names, but the same numbers as in Table I. Tlie 
only exception to this statement is found in "Supplement B," pages 
292 to 297, inclusive, wherein the numbers of roads given are those of 
the same roads as used in the Eighteenth Annual Report, the roads 
having ceased to have a recognized corporate existence during the 
year covered by this report, and therefore not appearing in Table I 
proper. The names of certain roads included in "Supplement B" 
appear with the same "No." printed in bold-faced type, in TaWe 11 and 
tables following, for the purpose of showing their statistics to the date 
of the corporate change within the year. 

146 



146 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 

Table I. — Classification op Railways ani> 



No. 



Name of road. 



Total — Railways in the United States 



1 
2 
3 



Group I 

Group II... 
Group III.. 
Group IV... 

Group V 

Group VI... 
Group VII.. 
Group VIII. 
Group IX.. 
Group X... 



Group I. 



Total— Group I. 



Attloborouffh Branch Railroad Company 

Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Comjpany 

Northern Maine Seaport Railroad Company. 



n 



4 Barro Railroad Company 

5 Bartlett and Albany Raiiroad Company 

6 '■ Boston and Maine Raiiroad 

7 Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation. 



8 

9 

10 



Connecticut and Passunlpsic Rivprs Railroad 
Company. 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad Corporation 



Northern Railroad. 



11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 



Concord and Claremont New Hampshire 

Raiiroad Company. 
Peterborough and Hillsborough Railroad 
Company. 
Peterborough Railroad Company 

Stony Brook Railroad Corporation 

Wilton Railroad Company 

Concord and Montreal Railroad 



2 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Mies. 
1 224,363.17 



mies. 
6,262.13 



7,892.81 
23,309.75 
24,769.09 
13.644.95 
26,742.56 
49,^26. 38 
11,726.01 
31,123.89 
16,136.32 
19,591.41 



',892.81 



» 3. 72 

428.45 

54.13 



7L94 
491.64 
214.87 
333.77 
988.80 

1,506.05 
136.32 
940.21 
542.11 

1,036.42 



'1.94 



54. 13 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 
230,760.87 



» 8,249.75 

424,202.85 

& 26, 304. 51 

13,803.90 

27,386.21 

•51,150.04 

Ml, 735. 98 

32, 105. 40 

16,450.95 

»19,37L28 



8,249.75 



» 3.72 
482.58 



Increase 
aa shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



mies. 
5,564.55 



37.41 

369.76 

142.37 

249.39 

1,141.30 

1,437.41 

• 19.63 

1,029.70 

461.65 

715. 19 



37.41 



54.13 



9.26 



9.26 

11.50 ' 

612.29 u 2,287.52 

111.27 •.48 



93 



110.30 



14.50 



82.91 



70.90 
18.51 
10.50 

13.16 

15.50 

306.99 




1 Excludes 80.39 miles in Alaska. 

« Includes 1,073.92 miles not in United States. 

• Includes 259.09 miles not in United States. 
4 Includes 111.21 miles not in United States. 

Includes 625.46 miles not hi United States, which covers 244.30 miles operated by Wabaah RaMroad 
under trackage rights. 

• Includes 0.86 mile not in United States. 

1 Includes 53.20 miles not in United States. 

• Includes 24.10 miles not In United States 
M Unofficial figures. 

" Report for year endhig April 30, 1906. 

tt Includes 38.41 miles not in United States and 121^ mQes lying in Oronp II* 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 147 

Mileage for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Operating road, independent 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 21, 1905, for 999 years; lessee guarantees 
principal and interest of bonds. 

Operating road, independent 

Private lumber road. ** Line owned " not in operation 

Operating" road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental Leased to Boston & Me. R. R., Apr. 1, 1887, for 99 years; 
rental, 7 per cent per annum on capital stock for 10 years and 8 per cent thereafter, organiza- 
tion expenses, and all interest on debt. '*Line owned" Includes one-half of 29.59 miles, for- 
merlv belonging to Manchester St Keene R. R. Co., jointly owned with Cone. & Montreal R. R. 

Subsidlai7 road, fixed money rental. Leased to Boston & Lowell R. R., Jan. 1, 1887, for 99 years; 
rental, 5 per cent per annum for 10 years and 6 per cent thereafter on capital stock, interest on 
bonds, and organisation expenses; lease assigned to Boston & Me. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Boston ii Lowell R. R., Oct. 1, 1880, for 99 years, 
at a rental of 160,000; lease'transf erred July 12, 1887, to Boston & Me. R. R., and rental in- 
creased to $72,000 and 11,000 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money -rental. Leased to Boston & Lowell R. R., Jan. 1, 1890, for 90 
years; rental, 5 per cent on Northern R. R. capital stock for the first 7 J years, 6 per cent on 
the same thereafter, and $5,000 for organization expenses. Lessee also guarantees principal 
and interest of $500,000 first-mortgage bonds of Cone. & Claremont N. 11. R. R. and $100,000 
first-mortgage bonds of Feterb. & Ilillsb. R. R.; lease assigned to Boston & Me. R. R., Feb. 
28, 1890. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock . . . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Boston & Lowell R. R., Apr. 1, 1893, for 93 
years; rental, 4 per cent on capital stock, $300 for organization expenses, and taxes. Boston 
& Me. R. R. operates road as lessee of Boston & J^owell R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Boston & Lowell R. R., Jan. 1, 1890, for 90 
years; rental, 7 per cent on capital stock, taxes, and $500 for organization expenses. Boston 
& Me. R. R. operates road as lessee of Boston & Lowell R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1884, to Boston & Lowell R. R. for 99 years 
from Oct., 1883; rental, $16,800, all public taxes, and $150 for organization expenses. Lease 
assigned to Boston & Me. R. R., and rental since Oct. 1, 1900, 8J^ per cent on capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 29, 1895, for 91 years; rental, 7 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, operating expenses, all taxes, and expenses of organization; 
lessee assumes all trafllc balances due from lessor to other railroads. "Line owned" in- 
cludes 27.88 miles of electric line, and one-half of 29.50 miles, formerly belonging to Man- 
chester & Keene R. R. Co., jointly owned with Boston & Lowell R. R. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 



8 

9 

10 



11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 



14:8 REPOKT OF THE XNTEBSTiLTE OOMiJOlRaE O.OMMI6BK)2^. 



Group I. 



No. 



Table I.— Clajssipication of Railways AtiD Mn.£AO« 

1 



Name of road. 



17 
18 

19 

20 
21 

22 

23 

24 

i 
25 , 

I 
26 

27 

28 
29 
30 
31 

•82 
83 
34 
35 

3G 
B7 
38 
39 

40 
41 : 



Boston and Maine Railroad — Continued. 
Concord and Montreal Railroad— Continued. 
Concord and Portsmouth Railroad Company. 

Franklin and Tilton Railroad Company 



Nashua, Acton and Boston Railroad Company. 



New Boston Railroad Company 

Pemigewasset Valley Railroad Company. 

Suncook Valley Railroad Company 



Connecticut River Railroad Company 

Danvers Railroad CompRny 

Pitofabmc: Railrowi Con^pany. 

Ttoj jmd S wmingt an Rattroad Compaiiy. 



Vermont and Massachusetts Raibroad Com-: 
pany. 



Kennebtntk and Kpnnel)ankport Raflro&d Oom- 

livwoll and Andover RaUroad Con^iany 

HancliMter amd lAwrenoe Railroad Contpany^.^; 
Newbtir3rpoTt Railroad Company 



Worcester. Nashua and Rvc^ester Railroad 

Coii^pan}'. 
Maiwx^entTal Railroad Company 

Belfast and Moosehoad Lake Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Bexterr and Newport Railroad ConqMnxy ! 



l>cxtpr and Fiscataqids Railroad Company. . . 

Eastern Maine Railway Company, 

EtTTopean and North American Railway 

Portland and Ogdensburg Railway (The) 



Upper Coos Railroad Company 

Washington County Railway Company . 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Mies. 

39.87 
5.00 

20.83 

£.19 
22.03 

17.41 

sago 

9.26 
S2&il4 

4.50 

B.78 
22.^ 

26.98' 

04.48 

205.61 

33.13 

14.23 

16. 54 

18.80 

120.34 

109.10 

55.00 
133.17 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MUea. 



»7.63 



l;04 



•"\ 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles, 






4«ULflB! 



1.38 



•13&27 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Jane 30, 

1905. 



3mes. 



Mte^h«K.M« < 



I 



1.73 



* Decrease. 

> Includes 114.60 miles lying in Group II. 

* I^ies in Group II. 

« Includes 82.18 miles not in United States. 

* Includes 5.10 miles not in United States. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IX THE UNITED STATES. 14^ 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1900 -rontinued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Su])si(liary road, fixed money rental. Contract dated May 20, 1802, for 99 years from Jan. 1, 17 

1S02; rental, 7 per cent on capital stock and $500 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 8, 1895, and lease assigiied on same dato to 18 

Boston & Me. R. U. for 91 years from Apr. 1, 1895; rental, SI annually, with such additional 

sums as may be necessary to keep up the organization of lessor. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled tnrough ownership of majority of capital stock. 19 

Operated by Boston & Me. R. R. under its lease of Cone. & Montreal R. R. Boston & Me. 

11. R. is entitled to all receipts, and is to pav' all expenses, including taxes. On Mar. 7, 190('), 

road was purchased by Cone. & Montreal R. R. and will be succeeded by a new corporation 

called Nashua & Acton R. R, Co. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 19, 1893, ior 99 years; rental, $2,800 per 20 

annum. Lease assigned to Boston & Me. R. R.. June 29. 1895 

Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased to Boston, C>onc. & Montreal R. R. (now Cone. 21 

& Montreal R. R.), Feb. 1, 1882, for 100 years; rental, per cent on capital stock, $300 for 

organization expenses, and all taxes. I^ease assigned to Boston & Me. U. R., June 29, 1805. 
Sn]>sidiary road, nxed money rental. Leased Mar. 11. 1870. from Jan. 1, 1870, for 42 ye-ars, to 22 

Manch. <& Law. and Concord R. Rs. at an annual rental of $14,400 and $300 for organization 

expenses. Lease assumed by Cone. & Montreal R. R. Operated by Boston & Me. R. R. 

under its lease of Cone. & Montreal R. R. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1893, for 99 years; rental, 10 per cent on 23 

capita] stock, interest on bonds, and $2,000 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 30, 1853, for 100 years, at $7,500 per annum. 24 

Lessee owns majority of capitn stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1900, for 99 years: rental, 5 per cent on 25 

S referred and 1 percent on common stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and organization expenses. 
)sidiary road, nxed money rental. Leased in 1872 in perpetuity to Troy & Boston R. R. at 20 

an annual rental of $15,400 and all taxes; in May. 1887. Fitchburg R. R* purchased that road. 

including lease of Troy & Benningi. R. R. Lease assumed by Boston & Me. R. R., July 1, 1900. 
Su])8idiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1874. for 999 years: rental, 6 per cent on 27 

capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and $3,000 for organization expenses. Lease assumed 

by Boston & Me. R. R., July 1, 1900. 
Su])sidiary road, fixed money rental. Lea?»ed May 15, 1883. for 99 years: rental, 4J per cent on 28 

capital stock. 
Subsidiar>' road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 18, 1875, from Dec. 1, 1874. for 99 years; rental. 29 

$52,500 and taxes. ' , 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Jyoased Sept. 1, 1887, for 50 years; rental, 10 per cent on 30 

capital stock, Interest on bonds, and $2,000 for organization expenses. 
Su])sidiar>' road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 21, 18G0, for 100 years, lessee paying to the 31 

holders of lessor's outstandir^ bonds upon their presentation and surrender $225,000, being 70 

per cent of their par value; this amount, together with a debt of $75,000, to become due and ; 

payable to lessee at the expiration of lease. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. : 

Siibsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased Jan. 1, 18SG, for 50 years; rental, $250,000 per ! 32 

annum and taxes. i 

Operating road, subsidiary', other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of , 33 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 27, 1871, froih May 10, 1871, for 50 years; rental, \ 34 

$36,000 and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. T..eased Dec. 13, 1888, for 999 years, at an annual rental of 35 

$18,000 until Nov. 24, 1898, and thereafter 5 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and 

$250 for organization expenses. Lessee also guarantees principal of bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 13, 1888, for 9W years; rental, $13,100, taxes, 36 

and $250 for oi^anization expenses. 
Subsidiarv road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1883, for 999 years; rental, $9,000, all taxes, 37 

and $500 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1,1882, for 999 years; rental, $125,000, interest 38 

on bonds, taxes, and $500 for expenses of organization. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 20, 1888, for 999 years, lessee to pav all taxes, 39 

interest, indebtedness of lessor, $500 for organization expenses, and a dividend of 1 per cent 

per annum on capital stock for three years and 2 per cent thereafter. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1800, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 40 

capital stock, interest on bondB,.and $500 for charter obligations. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. ControDed througb ownership of entire capital 41 

stock. 



150 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group I. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileaok 



No. 



42 

43 
44 

4o 

46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 
54 



50 
57 

58 
59 

00 
01 

02 
»W 

04 

05 

00 

07 
08 



09 
70 



Name of road. 



Boston and Maine Railroad— Continued. 
Mount Washington Railway Company. 



Saint Johnsbury and Lake Champlain Railroad 

Company. 
Vermont valley RaUroad 



Sullivan County Railroad, 



York Harbor and Beach Railroad Company . 



Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad Company 
Brandon and West Rutland Railroad Company. . . 

Bridgton and Saco River Railroad Company 

Bristol Railroad Company 

Burlington and Southeastern Railroad Company. . 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company * 

[Line in Maine.] 
International Railway Company of Maine: 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Aroostook River Railroad Company. 



lloulton Branch Railroad Company 



Montreal and Atlantic Railway Company.. . 
Newport and Richford Railroad Company. 

Clarendon and Plttsford Railroad Company. . . 
Pittsford and Rutland Railroad Company . . 



Franklin and Megantic Railway Company 

Kingfield and Dea^d River Railway Company 



Georges Valley Railroad Company 

(f rafton and Upton Railroad Company 

Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada:* 
Atlantic and Saint Lawrence Railroad Company 

Norway Branch Railroad Company 



Canada Atlantic Railway Company: > 
Vermont and Province Line Railroad Company 



Central Vermont Railway Company 

New London Northern Railroad Company. 



West River Railroad Company 

Lewiaton and Auburn Railway Company. 



Miles. 
3.33 

131.50 
24.00 

2ri.00 

11.51 

ia20 
5.00 

21.25 
6.59 
5.00 



144.50 

29.20 

3.00 



22.00 

14. -)0 
1.78 

16.70 
16.00 

8.50 
19.12 

11.5. 22 

l.'iO 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

190'). 



Miles. 



5.00 



LINK OPERATED. 



Length. 



Mil€8. 

3.33 

131.50 
24.00 

2a 00 

11.51 

13.20 
5.00 

21.25 
6.59 



Increase 

as shown 

by com- 

I>arison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 

Miles. 




232.80 



« 1^.40 



7 7Q I 



17.78 



31.00 I. 



8.50 
19.12 

160. 72 



1.50 



1 








t 

3.50 


.10 


3.50 


.<0 


251. 40 i 

1 


5. 10 


410.90 


5.10 


121.00 .. 








3<'..00 






5. 41 


5.41 




1 







> See Supplement " A " at end of Table for totals covejfing entire road. 

> Includes 163.40 miles not in United States. 

■ Mies no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate reUtlon of 
f idiary road (or roads) as indicated. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 151 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Operating road, subsidianr, other relation. Cog-wheel road. Operated only during the sum- 42 
mer months. Cone. & Montreal R. R., a leased line of Boston & Me. R. R., owns entire capital 
stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Boston & Ix)well R. R., a leased line ol Boston & 43 

Me. R. K., owns majority of capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, contingent money rental. Operated by Boston & Me. R. R., as 44 
agent, under its lease of Conn, Riv. R. R,, the Vt. Vy. K. R. receiving gross earnings, less 
operating expenses, taxes, and interest on bonds, with a minimum guarantee of a sufTicient 
sura to pay 4 per cent on entire capital stock. Conn. Riv. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. 
Operating roaa, subsidiary, contingent money rental. Operated by Boston & Me. R. R., as 45 
agent, under its lease of Conn. Riv. R. R., the Sullivan Co. R. R. receiving gross earnings, less 
operating expenses, taxes, and interest on bonds, with a minimum guarantee of a sufficient 
sum to pay 8 per cent on entire capital stock, which is owned by Vt. Vy. R. R. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- I 46 
ital stock. I 

Operating road, independent 47 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Rutland- Florence Marble Co 48 

Operating road, independent 49 

do 50 

Independent road. ''Line owned" not in operation 51 

Operating road, independent 52 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Sold to Atlantic & North West Ry., Dec. 6, 1886. The Atlantic 

& North West Ry. was leased Aug. 1, 1883, to Ontario & Quebec Ry., which company is leased 

to Canadian Pac. Ry. in perpetuity. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to New Brunswick Ry., Jan. 1, 1888, for 999 years, 

at $1 per annum. Lease assigned to Canadian Pac. Ry. under its lease of New Brunswick Ry., 

July 1. 1890, for 990 years. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to New Brunswick Ry. for a rental of Sl,680 per 

annum. T^ease assigned to Canadian Pac. Ry. under its lease of New Brunswick Ry., July 1, 

1890, for 990 years. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Majority of capital stock owned by Canadian Pac. 

Ry. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 8, 1881, to South Eastern Ry. of Canada 

(now Montreal & Atl. Ry.), for 99 years; rental, $18,000 i)cr anniun and taxes. Conn. & Pass. 

Rivs. R. R. owns entire capital stock. 
Operating road, independent. Operated mainly for transportation of marble between quar- 
ries ana mills on its line. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Leased July 2, 1890, for 15 years; no rental received; lessee 

pays taxe^ and other expenses and keeps the road in thorough repair. Operated under the 

same arrangement .since July 2, 1905, without renewal of lease. 

Operating road, independent. Of ** lino owned," 1.70 miles not in operation 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated by Frank. & Megantic Ry., under a short-term 

agreement, but no definite arrangement has yet been made. 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Figures cover 2.02 miles of electric line 

Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 5, 1863, for 999 years; annual rental 

per cent on capital stock and bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Grand Trunk Ry. of Can., Jan. 1, 1880, for 99 

years, at nominal rental of II per annum. Assigned to Atl. & St. Law. R. R. for oxx^ration. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock by Can. 
Atl. Ry., a proprietary line of Grand Trunk Ry. of Can. **Lino opcratea" represents mile- 
age operated by Grand Trunk Ry. of Can. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Cent. Vt. R. R., Dec. 1, 1891, for 99 years; 
rental, 121 1,000 per annum. Lease assumed by Cent. Vt.Ry., May 1, 1899. Since Aug. 1, 1899, 
additional rental of $2,553 has been paid for Palmortown siding, and since June 1, 1905, interest 
on bonds of W. Riv. R. R., guaranteed by this coifipany. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controllea through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subaidiary, fixed money r«ital. Leased Mar. 25, 1874, for 99 years; rental, 
$18,000 per annum. 



No. 



5a 

54 

5S 

56 
57 

58 
59 

60 
01 

62 
63 

64 

65 

66 

67 
68 



69 
70 



152 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOK. 



Group I. 



T'able I. — Classification of Railways and Milkaob 





1 • 


2 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


LINE OWNEP. 


LIKE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

^Ith 
Juno 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increaso 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


71 


Granite Railway Company 


Miles. 


Miles. 


Miles. 
4.92 


Miles. 

4.92 
1 4.92 


72 


Qulney Quarries Company's Railroad 


4.92 

7.75 

25.00 

.66 

5.00 
11.30 

&09 

a 16 

aa29 
aso 

2.00 
&50 
&50 

« L75 




73 


Hardwick and Woodbury Railroad Company 

Hoosac Tunnel and Wilmington Railroad Company 

Horn Pond Branch Railroad Company 

Kennebec Central Railroad Company 




9.50 

25.00 

.66 

5wOO 
12.57 

5.09 

&1S 
43.62 


74 






75 

76 


>.08 


» .08 


77 


Lime Rock Railroad Company ..*....' 






7S 


Manchester, Dorset and CranvIHe Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Monson Railroad Company 






79 






80 


Montpelier and Wells River Railroad 






81 


Barre Branch Railroad Company 






82 


Moshassuck Valley Railroad Company 




2.00 




83 


Nantucket Central Railroad Company ..: 




i&SO 


84 


Narragansett Pier Railroad Conipany..... 




&50 

« L75 

«3g2.4» 


85 


New England Granite Railroad (fompany 






86 


New York Central and Iludson River Railroad 
Company. * 

[Line in Group I.] 
Boston and Albany Railroad Company 






87 


4 304.00 

6.27 

4.00 
1&55 

1L23 

49.35 

227.02 

A 14.61 

• 

•628.31 
45.19 

52. 2G 

7.07 

• 11.50 
15.13 

4.65 

» 350.25 






88 


Chester and Beckct Railroad Company 

North Brookfleld Railroad Company 






^ ^ 


80 






•..•••.... 


90 


Pittsfield and North Adams Railroad Company 

Providence, Webster and Springfield Railroad 

Company. 
Ware River Railroad Company 








91 








92 








93 


Rutland Railroad Company ■ 




240.78 




04 


[Line in Vermont.] 
Addison Railroad Company 






95 

96 


New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad 
Company. 
Berkshire Railroad Company 


190.01 
45.19 


1 2,06«.88 


» 31.07 


97 


Boston and New York Air Line Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Chatham Railroad Company 






98 








99 


Harlem River and Port Chester Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Milford and Woonsocket Railroad Company 

Milford, Franklin and Pro\idence Railroad Com- 
pany. 

New England Railroad Company 








100 


1 .20 






101 






102 



















Decrease. 

Unofficial figures. 

See Supplement " A " at end of Tabk? for totals covering entire road. 

Includes 55.89 miles lying in Group II. 

Includes 0.85 mile l^nc In Group II. 

Includes 14.04 miles lying in Group II. 

Includes 91.48 miles I}ing in Group II. 

Lies in Group II. 

Includes 30.56 miles lying in Group II. 



STATISTICS OF RAH.WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 153 

Fafi THE Yeah enhin^j Juke 30, 1906 — Continupd. 



6 



No. 



Itemarks. 



Operating road, independent -j 

Private road, su]>.sidiary , other relation. T. J . Dunphy, Receivei ; appointed Oct. 4, 1905 . 73 

Operatii^ road, independent.^ ^3 

do 74 

Operating road, independent. Train service furnished by Boston & Me. R. R 75 

0])eratiiig road, independent - ^ , 7^ 

do 

....do 



77 
78 



50 -•- 79 

do 80 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 1, 1889. for 99 years; rental, $4,800 per annum. gi 

Operating road, independent , g2 

Independent road. Line owned" not in operation g3 

Operating road, independent g4 

Private road 85 

Operating road, independent _ 86 

Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased Nov. 15, 1899, effective July 1, 1900> for 99 years; 37 

rental, Bpcr cent on capital stocdc, interest-on boniJiB, taxes, and oKaDlKation expenses. 
Subsidiary road, contingent mone^ rental. Leased Jan. 1. 1898. for 10 year.s; reatal, 25 per cent 38 

of itseamings. N.Y.Cent. <fe Hud. Ri v. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1886. for 50 years ; rental. $3,000 per annum . . gg 
Sul)sidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Nov. 25, 1876, iar 99 years; rental, 5 per cent on jq 

capital stock. 
Sul)fiidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 1, 1897, for 10 years; rental, 25 per cent 91 

of net earnings. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money lentaL Leased Jan. B, 1874, for 999 years; rental, 7 x>er cent on 93 

capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, otbw relation. ControUed tbroiig^ owaerirtitp of m^^ity of jq 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, flxe€ money rental. Leased Pec. 7, 1870, for 99 years; rental, 3 per cent on ca pi- 94 

tal stock. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Operatii^ coad, independent , .§5 

Sul)sidiary road, fixed money rentail. Leased from June 7. 1905, lor 99 years Irom Anr. 1, i«n3; 

rental, {> per cent on capital stock, all exx)ense8, taxes, and C250 lor maintenance of orga nization. 

Lessee owns majority of capital -stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 1. 1882. for 99 years; rental, $120,000 per an- 97 

num, and interest on its bonds and the Ib0n4s of -CelcbeBter Ry. Lessee owns majority of 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent moneyivntal. Contract 4ated June 'Kt, 1905,teTminahlc by either jg 

party after June 30, 1910, by 10 dayi' notice in wrtting. Lessee cquipfl, madintaliis, and opei»tes 

road, collects all revenue, and pays to thellessor 30 per cent of gross receipts. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Oct. 1, 1873, for 99 years; -jrentttl, IttteceBt on bonds. §9 

liOssee owTisentlre capital stock. 
Subsidiary read, fixed money leiitiA. Leased 4*o New £im^nd R. R., Apr. 1, 1902, for 5 Tears; no 

rental. »4.700 per annum. Rental from July 1, 1905, is interest on bonds. Operated by K. Y., 

New Hav. & llartif. R. R., bry Tirtue of 9easc of New England iR. R., effectrve July 1, ifi98. 

Oporatiing company owns entiw CiS>^tal stock. 
Subsidiary load, fixed money rental. Leased to New England R. IR., J<axL 31, 1962, from Apr. 1, Iftl 

1902, for 5 years; rental, $2,3U0 per annum and all exnenses of operation. Rental from July 1. 

1905, is intorest on bonds. Operated by N. Y., New llav. 6i Hantf. R. R., by virtue of lease of 

New England R . R. .-effective J:ttly 1, 1898. Operatli^ company owns entire caoiti^I stock. 
Sulisldiary road, fixed money rental Leased May 10, 1898i, for 99 years from July 1, 1898; rental, 1$B 

3 per cent on preferred stock, fnterest on bonds, all taxes, i«ates, ohffrges, and asseasuanta. 

Leasee owns majority of capital Bteok. 



' I ■ . 






I- 3 



SB i;vrai. ixr n"ni.»t: 

7 r im- • I" ■ r 

iii^cn. • .in?i>n xnpt.. in .■}*• ■ 

iih v":t 

' J7n«.«.). .'•mH t 



■' • 



"-." • 



f . 











I» 


^ 


!• 


■ 


(.■ 


■ 


I' 


i 


'1 




1 


U 


«l 


.«. 


« 



7tTA /<:.f^, ■.! ;. I 



.J 



1. 





..5 


- 


- 




•J 




. 


« 


ry 


■ - 


- 


- 


41 




..i' 


a 


O 




■ ■ ~ ". 








1 






.... 





STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



155 



Fon THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1887, for 99 years; rental, 1 per cent on 
capital stock for 3 years, 2 per cent for the second 3 years, 3 per cent for the third 3 years, and 
4 per cent thereafter, interest on bonds, and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Dec. 3, 1870, in perpetuity; rental, 50 per 
cent of gross receipts, subject to interest on bonds of <200,000 guaranteed by New Hav. & 
Northamp. Co. Operated by N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., under lease of New llav. & 
Northamp. Co. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Boston, Hartford, and Erie-R. R. (now New 
England U. R.), Feb. 9, 18G9, for 100 years; rental, 8 per cent on preferred stock and interest 
on bonds. Lease assumed by N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., July 1, 1898. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I^eascd Mar. 1, 1893, for 99 years; rental, 7 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on funded debt, taxes, and organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1888, for 99 years; rental 10 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, etc. "Line owned" excludes 5 miles 
owned jointly with Prov. <fe Wore. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 30, 1892, for 90 years from Dec. 1, 1892. Ren- 
tal for first 25 years, interest on bonds and 8100 for organization expenses, and after that 
term the further sum of 4 per cent on capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1892, for 95 years and 9 months from 
Juiy 1, 1891; rental, 5 xxjr cent on common and preferred stock for first 10 years and 6 per cent 
thereafter; also interest and taxes, and not exceeding $500 per annum for salaries. Boston & 
Prov. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1884, for99 years, to New York. Providence 
& Boston R. R. (since consolidated into N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R.) ; rental, 7 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, etc. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 17, 1892, from July 1 , 1892, for 99 years; rental, 
10 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and SG.OOO for organization expenses. 
*• Line owned " includes 5 miles owned jointly with Boston & Prov. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to New York and New England R. R. (now New 
England R. R.), Nov. 21, 1887, for 99 years; annual rental, $10,000 and all taxes, assessments, 
etc. Lease assumed July 1. 1898, by N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., which owns entire capi- 
tal stock. Rental discontinued from July 1. 1903. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf., Old Colony, and Boston 
& Prov. R. Rs. own majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Old Colony and Boston & Prov. R. Rs., leased lines 
of N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., own majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock* 

Operating fanf igdepend*" t 

Opeatf^ .A^BSSf ^* ^fti^i'* Receiver; appointed Jan. 30, 1905 

.qi^Ur S. M. Carter, Receiver; appointed Dec. 19, 1905. Operated 

--^r ^eterminedbythecourtat the expiration of the receivership. 

4r relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 

' operation 

tcipally in the transportation of logs and lumber for 
/ y .pson, Receiver; appointed June 24, 1899 

/ jlinon, Receiver; appointed Oct. 7, 1905 

/ 






No. 



103 
104 

105 

106 
107 

108 

100 

110 
111 
112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 
118 

119 
120 
121 

122 
123 
124 

125 
126 
127 
128 
129 

130 



166 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMI86IOK. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways akd Mileagb 



No. 



Name of road. 



Total— Group II, 



131 Adirondack xmd Saint Lawrence Baiirosd Company 

132 I Albany and Hudson Railroad Company 

133 Altoona and Beech Creek Railroad Con4>any 

134 Annapolis, Washington and Baltimore Railroad 

Company-. 

135 Bacbman Valley Railroad Company of Maryland. . . 
130 Baltimore and Annapolis Short Line Railroad 

Company. , 

137 Annapous and Cbeaapeake Railroad Company. . . 

138 Baltimore and Ohio RaUroad Company ■ 

(Line east of Otiio River J 

139 Baltimore and New York Railroad Company 

140 II untington and Big Sandy Railroad Company . . . 
141; Monongahela River Railroad Company 

142 Ohio River Railroad Company 

143 Pitt sbui^ J unotion Railroad Company 

144 Ripley and Mill Creek Valley Railroad Company . . 

145 Tylerdale Connecting Railroad Company 



140 

147 
148 
149 

150 



Uniontown and Uok Run RaUroad Company 

West Virginia and Pittsburgh Railroad Company 

West Virginia Short Line Railroad Company 

Staten Island Rapid Transit Railway Company. . 



Staten Island Railway Company. 



151 
152 

153 
154 
155 

150 

157 
158 
159 
160 

IGl 
162 
163 

164 

1C5 
166 

167 
168 



Bare Rock Railroad Company 

I3ay Shore Connecting Railroad Company. 



Bear Creek Lumber Company's Railroad 

Bellefonte Central Railroad Company 

Ben wood and Wheeling Connecting Hallway Com* 
pany. 
National Tube Company's RaUroad 



Blacklick and Yellow Creek Railroad Company 

Bloom Run Railroad Company ^. 

Bloomsburg and Sullivan Railroad Company 

Bradford and Western Pennsylvania Railroad 

Company. 
Brownstone and Middletown Railroad Company .. 
Buffalo and Sasquc^ianna Railway Company 

Buffalo and Susquehanna Railroad Company 

Addison and Susquehanna Railroad Company. 

Pluraville Railroad C-ompany 

Wellsvillc, Qoudcraport and* Pine Creek Rail- 
road Company. 

Buffalo, Attica and Arcndo Railroad Company 

Buffalo, Bradford and Kane Railroad Company.. 



3 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 
23,309.75 



S.61 

17.35 

918.00 

20.fiO 

s 4.18 
22.00 

1.00 
4 1,374.67 

5.38 

• 10.92 

30.24 

7 207.82 

«6.eo 

•13.00 
1.32 

.35 

• 177. 13 
5&00 
10. S7 

12.65 



2.50 
1.13 

6.00 

26.71 

s 4.83 

« 5.37 

5.00 

ao.oo 

8.18 

2.50 
73.83 

222.50 

9.73 

18.70 
10.11 

28.00 
18.50 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
491.64 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 
124,202.85 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30. 

If05. 



3.61 



4.76 
.04 



38.56 

SJ8.00 

20.50 

«4.18 
26.00 

1.00 
i> 1,902.00 



35 



1.13 



6.00 



ia87 

12.65 



2. SO 

L13 

&00 

96.71 

> ia20 



5L63 
.21 

» .27 

18.70 



5.00 

5.00 

30.00 

8.18 

2. SO 

'2<3.'63 



28.00 
41.50 



1 Includes 111.21 miles not in United States. 
> Unofficial figures. 

* See Supplement "A " at end of Table for totals co\-ering entire road. 
4 Includes 278.16 miles lyii>g In Group IV. 

» Includes C.fiO miles lying In Group III and 507.87 miles lying in Group IV. 

* Lies in Group IV. 

» Includes 118.60 miles lying in Group IV. 
■ Lies in Group III. 

* Decrease. 



Miles. 
309. 7(\ 



&15 



1.13 



5.00 



• .66 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 157 

FOR THF Year ek'ding June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



Indopcndont road. "Line owned" not in operation 131 

Oporatiqg road, independent. Motive power, electrieity 132 

Operating road, independent 133 

do 134 



do 135 

do 136 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 
Operating road, indepencfent j 



137 
138 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 139 

do ' 140 

do 141 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock i 142 

do ! 143 

do 144 

Sub.Hidiary road, other relation. Entire capital stock owned jointly by Bait. & Ohio R. R. and 145 
Pittsb., Cin., Chic, it St, L. Ry.. one-half each. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Jan. 25, 1906, for 99 years; rental, S400... 146 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock 147 

do 148 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital ' 149 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. On July 13. 1890. Reoeivere of Staten I. Rap. Trans. ' ISO 
R. R., icssee, surrendered the property of Staten I. Ry. to its owners, beiAg unable to comply 
with terms of lease under whkdi property had been operated rtnoo July 31, 1884. StatcOi I. 
Ry. took possessloo of Its propeny July 14. 1889. but Is now operated nnder a traffic agree- 
ment with former lessee, witii whose property it is closely connected. Bait. & Ohio R. R. 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Operatii^ roadi independent i ISl 

Operating road, Independent. Used as a spur or siding by Cent. R. R. of N. J. and Lehi^ Vy. 152 
R. R. jointly. 

Private road 153 

Operating road, independent I 154 

P ri va te road 155 



Private road, subsidiary, other relation. Leased July 29, 1908, from year to year until terminated 156 
upon 60 days' notice. I 

Opcratirvi? road, independent. Logging road 157 

Operating road, Independent 158 

do 159 

do ICO 



.do Iftl 

Independent road. ** Line owned '* not In operation 102 

OperatlM road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 163 

tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, Axed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1901, for 50 years; rental,Sl. Lessee owns 164 

entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. 'Xlne owned" not In operation 165 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Apr. 1, 1€01, for SOyears; rental, 61. Jjesace owns ! 166 

entire capital stock. 

Operating road, Independent 167 

do 168 



158 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOK. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



109 



170 
171 

172 

173 ' 
174 

175 

170 
177 

178 
179 

180 
181 
182 



183 
184 
185 
186 
187 

188 
189 

190 



191 
192 
193 
194 



195 

196 
197 
198 



199 
200 
201 
202 
201 
204 

205 
206 
207 



208 
209 

210 
211 
212 



I 



Name of road. 



Buffalo, Bradford nnd Kane Railroad Company- 
Continued. 
Big I^vel and Kinzua Railroad Company 



Buffalo Creek Transfer Railroad Company 

Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Com- 



pany 



egheny and Western Railway Company 



Bridgeport and Widemirc Railway Company. 
Clearfield and Mahoning Railway Company.. 



Mahoning Valley Railroad Company. 



Bush Docks Railway 

Catskill and Tannersville Railway Company, 

Catskill Mountain Railway Company 

Cairo Railroad Company 



Central Pennsylvania Lumber Company's Railroad 

Central Railroad Company of New Jersey 

Beaver Meadow, Tresckowand New Boston Rail- 
road Company. 

Buena Vista Railroad Company 

Carteret and Sowaren Railroad Company 

C^irteret Extension Railroad Company 

Constable Hook Railroad Company 

Cumberland and Maurice River Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Enzabeth Extension Railroad Company 

Freehold and Atlantic Highlands Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Ilibornia Mine Railroad Company 



High Bridge Railroad Company 

Lafayette Railroad Company , 

Lake Hopatcong Railroad Company. 
Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad J. 



Tresckow Railroad Company 



Long Branch and Sea Shore Railroad Company. 

Longwood Valley Railroad Company 

Dover and Rockaway Railroad Company 



Manufacturers Railroad Company 

Manufacturers Extension Railroad Company. 

Middle Brook Railroad Company 

Middle Valley Railroad Company 

Navesink Railroad Company 

Nesquehoning Valley Railroad Company , 



3 



New Jersey Southern Railroad Company 

New Jersey Terminal Railroad Company 

New York and Long Branch Railroad Company 



Newark and New York Railroad Company. 
Ogden Mine Railroad Company 



I 



Raritan North Shore Railroad Company 

Sound Shoro Railroad Company 

South Branch Railroad Company (of New Jer- 
sey). 

1 Includes 104.15 milefl lying in Qroap III. 
» IneiiidM 22.71 ndlefl ljii« in Onmp JII. 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
10.50 



1.10 
347.86 

« 66.28 

2.50 
25.87 i 

1.89 , 

.60 '. 
5.50 i 

15.75 I. 
3.77 

47.40 

95. 72 

2.06 



1.03 
1.25 
1.82 
1.95 
22.43 

1.62 
24.47 

* 5 50 



16.04 

.55 

5.56 

163. 79 



7.60 

6.53 

13.64 

5.12 



1.68 
1.23 
1.85 
1.38 
4.66 
16.66 



69. 13 

&61 

38.04 



6.22 
9.86 

L75 

6.17 

15.78 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 



Miles. 



Increaae 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



I 



1.10 
» 567. 77 



29.53 



•2.50 



.60 
5.50 

19.52 



47.40 
.52 



47.40 
666.61 



47.40 
8.06 



73 



a3 



«&fi8 



* Decrease. 
« Unoflotel 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 159 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 




Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to Bradford, Bordcll & Kinzua Ry. (now 
Buff., Bradf. & Kane R. R.) June 29, 1896, for 1 year and thereafter until 30 days' notice in 
writing by either oarty to terminate contract; rental, 20 per cent of gross earnings. Lessee 
owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent. Leased to Frank Williams & Co., Buffalo, N. Y 

Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1900, during corporate existence; rental, 

6 per cent on capital stock and interest on bonds. 

Sudsidiary road, other relation. Operated as a siding by Buff., Roch. & Pittsb. Ry 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 3, 1893, in perpetuity; rental, per cent on 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1896, during corporate existence; annual 

rental, S15,000. 

Private road '. 

Operating road, independent. Road receives from Cats. Mtn. Ry. S4,800 per annum, for account 

of construction ana maintenance. 

Operating road, independent. Operated principally for summer travel 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1885, for 1 year, at a rental of $2,944; re- 
newed from year to year on same terms. 

Private road. Figures represent mileage of four logging roads , 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Cent. R. R. of N. J. and Phila. & Read. Ry. are given the 

privilege of running their trains (hauling coal from the Coleraine Colliery) over the tracks of 

this road, for which privilege the track is to be maintained. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through -ownership of entire capital stock 

do : , 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to Cent. R. R. of N. J., Oct. 1, 1890, for 20 
years; rental, $12,500 per annum. When one-third gross earnings amount to $14,000 .the 
rental shall be that amount, and for every $6,000 additional earnings, $2,000 shall be added. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 



.do. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. ** Not a railroad corporation maintaining an inde- 
pendent legal existence." Owned by Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co., and leased to Cent. R. R. of 
N. J., Mar. 31, 1871, for 999 years for one-third of the gross receipts. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Owned by Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co., and leased to 
Cent. R. R. of N. J., Mar. 31, 1871, for 999 years for one-third of the gross receipts. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 26, 1881, from Apr. 1, 1881, for 990 years; rental 
(guaranteed by Cent. R. R. of N. J.), 6 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and 
$500 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to, and entire capital stock owned by 
Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co. and subleased to Cent. R. R. of N. J. for one-tnird of gross receipts. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

.do 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under agreement, dated Jan. 2, 1888, in the in- 
terest of Cent. R. R. of N. J., N. J. Sn. R. R., and Pennsylvania R. R.; rental, 7 per cent on 
capital stock. Interest on bonds, and $6,000 for organization expenses. Entire capital stock 
owned by Cent. R. R. of N. J. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 4, 1881, for 999 years from Jan. 1, 1882; rental, 
5 pef cent on capital stock and $500 for office expenses. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

do 



1C9 



170 
171 

172 

173 
174 

175 

176 
177 

178 
179 

180 
181 

182 



183 
184 
185 
186 
187 

188 
189 

190 



191 
192 
193 
194 



195 

196 
197 
198 



199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 

205 
206 
207 



208 
209 

210 
211 
212 



12689-07 ^11 



160 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION^ 



Group II. 



Tadle I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 



No. 



213 
211 
21.-) 
210 
217 
218 



219 
220 
221 

223 
224 
22^-) 
22n 
227 
228 
229 
230 

231 
232 
233 
2^ 
235 



23(i 

237 

238 
230 
240 

241 
242 
243 
244 
245 

240 
247 

248 
240 



Name of road. 



Central Railroad Company of New Jersey— Contd. 

Toms River Kallroaa Company 

Toms Rtverand Barocgat Railroad Con^wny.. 

Vineland Railroad Company 

West End Railroad Company 

West Side Connecting Railroad Company 

Wilkes Barrc and Scranton Railway Company. 



Central Railroad Company of Pennsylvania. . . 
Cherry Tree and Dixonville Railroad Company 

("ho^apeake Beacti Railway Company 

Chostnut Ridge Railway Company 

Coal (lion Railroad Company 

(Connecting Terminal Railroad Company 

Cornwall Railroad Company 



0)m wall and Lebanon Katlroad Company 

Condersport and Fort Allegany Railroad Company. 

Oanlx^rry Lake Railroad Company , 

Oane Railroad Company 

Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 



Dahoga and Highland Railroad Company 

Dansville and Mount Morris Railroad Company... 

Delaware and Eastern Railroad Company 

Delaware and Hudson Company 

Albany and Susquehanna Railroad Company 

Chateaugay and Lake Placid Railway Company. 



Plattsburgh and Dannemora Railroad Com- 
pany. 

• 

C^rry Valley, Sharon and Albany Railroad 

Company. 
C^ooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad 

Company. 
Cooperstown and Suaqoehanna Valley Railrood 

CompMiy. 



New York and Canada Rofltood Company 

Northern Coal and Irom Company ' 

Rcnssclaor an<i Saratoga Railroad Company I 

Albany and Vermont Railroad Company j 

Rutland and Whitehall Railroad Company j 

j 

Saratoga and Schenectady Railroad Company. | 
Ticonderoga Railro<id Company 



Delaware, Lnekawanna and Western Rallrmid 
Compfiny. 
Cayuga and Susquehanna Railmod Company ' 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

190r». 



Miles. 



Miles. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

190&. 



Miles. 



Miles. 



7.57 
14.71 ; 

46.82 

1.36 ; 
.&4 

4.37 , 



30. 7t) 

27.35 

30.00 

10.40 

.63 

1.00 

12.67 

26i44 

45.00 

6.00 

1.74 

' 52.24 

15.00 

12.53 

2a 00 

148.89 

142. 59 



63.23 
16.38 

21.04 

4..") I 



» 1.00 
12.52 



63 



"'i."74'! 
i .06 

15.00 



2a 00 I 



30.70 
27.35 
36.20 
ia40 
.63 
1.00 
12.^ 
2a 44 
45.00 

aoo 

1.74 
> 52.81 

15.00 
14.88 
14.00 

* 812. 80 



1.00 

12.62 

2.00 



.63 



1.74 
> .66 

15.00 



I 



19.48 








149. 07 




I 

i ■ 

1 ■ 


22.40 

Ifil. 14 

12.18 

'- 6. 83 

21.6.') 
2..V) 

1»3.99 
34.41 










: 






816. 3» 















J Docreaw. 

• Includes 0.21 mile lying in Group IV. 

* Includes 36.a5 miles lying in Oroup I. 



* Includes 29.82 miles lying in Oroop I. 
» Lies in Oroup I. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 161 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through o\mership of entire capital stock 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

Subsidiary road, ftxed money rental. Leased May 1, 1888, to Lehigh Coal <fc Nav. Co. during con- 
tinuance of charter, less 1 year; rental, 5 per cent on capital stock, Statp tnx on capital stock, 
and interest on bonds. Lease transferred on same date to Cent. It. K. of N. J., which pays to 
lx»high Coal & Nav. Co. G per cent on cost of construction. 

Operating road, independent 



.do. 

do 

do 

do 

<")p<'rating road, independent. Terminal road, Buffalo, X. Y 
OlKTHting road, independent. 



213 
214 
215 
21G 
217 
218 



219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 



do 

do 

do 

Operating road, independent. Operatt^d by Consolidation Coal Co., which owns entire capital 

stock. 

Operating road, independent. Used for transporting wood to wood-alcohol factory 

Operating road, independent. A, S. Murray, jr., Receiver; appointed .June 8, 189-1 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 24,, 1870, for 150 years from Apr. 19, 1851; 

rcmtal, 7 per cent on capital stock (rate being 9 per cent after July 1, 1902), interest on bonds, 

and SI .000 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1905, from Jan. 1, 1903, to Dec. 31, 

2403; rental, for the first 6 years, net e^imings, and thereafter to be fixed by mutual agroe- 

inont or arbitration. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Built and owned by State of New York. Leased May 20, 

1879, to "Chateaugay R. R. (now part of Chateaugay <fc*L. Placid Ry.); rental, $1 per annum 

and ' * other goodand valuable considerations." 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



.do. 



Subsidiary road, contingent monev rental. Leased Apr. 15, 1891, for 99 years, wMth right of re- 
newal for 99 years, to Oooperst. & Chart. Vy. R. R.; rental, interest on bonds not to exceed G 
percent on capital stock, if earned, after making certain deductions and taxes; remaining 
net earnings to bo equally divided. Operated by Del. <t II ud. Co., through ownership of the 
capital stock of Cooperst. & Charl. Vy. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated as agent by Del. & Hud. Co., which owns substan- 241 
tially entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Ix?asod Dec. 1, 1873, during full term of charter or any 242 
renewal thereof; rental, 6 per cent per annum on cost of road. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I/eased May 1, 1871. In per]ietuity; rental, 8 per cent on 243 
capital stock, interest on bonds, and SI ,000 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Ix»asi>d June 12, 1860, in perpetuity, at S20,000 per annum ; 244 
included in lease to Del. & Hud. Canal Co. (now Del. & Hud. Co.). 

Subsidiar>' road, fixed money rental. L(>ased Feb. 1, 1870, in perpetuity; rentAl, C per cent on : 245 
capital stock, and SLW for orgalnzation fcxpenaes; included In lease to Del. & llua. Canal Co. j 
(now Del. <t Ilud. Co.). 

Subsidiary road; fixed money rental. Loosed June 13, 18C1, In perpetuity; rental, S3 1,750 per | 24C 
annum; leasts assigned to Del. «S: llud. Canal Co. (now Del. <t Flud. Co.), May 1, IS71. | 

Subsidiary rood, fi.xed moneyrental. Leased .\ug. 13, 1890, for 50 years; rental, 5 per cent on pre- 247 
ferred stock, 5 p<^r t^nt on common stock, if earned, interest on bonds, $1 ,000 per annum for 
sinking fun<l, and taxes. 

Operating road, independent 248 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I.eased Apr. 21, 1855, in perpetuity, from Jan. 1, 1855; 249 
rental, S54,600 per annum. * . 



231 
232 
233 
234 
2:J5 



23G 

237 

238 
239 
240 



162 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagb 



No. 



Name of road. 



250 
251 

252 
253 

254 



255 
25C 

257 

258 

250 

260 

261 

202 

203 ; 

204 

205 ! 

I 

200 ■ 

207 , 

208 

209 

270 I 

271 

272 I 

273 

274 

275 

276 

277 

278 

279 ■ 
280 

281 
282 
2S3 
284 

285 
280 
287 



288 
289 



Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad 
Company— Con tinued . 
Erie and Central New York Railroad Company.. 
Greene Railroad Company 



Hopatcong Railroad Company 

Morris and Essex Railroad Company 



Chester Railroad Company. 



Morris and Essex Extension Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Newark and Dloomileld Railroad Company — 



New York, Lackawanna and Western Railway 

Company. 
Osw<^ and Syracuse Railroad Company 



Passaic and Delaware Railroad Company. 



Passaic and Delaware Extension Railroad 
Company. 

Rockaway Kiver and Mont Wile Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Syracuse and Baldwirisville Railway Company. . . 

Utica, Chenango and Susquehanna VaUey Rail- 
way Company. 
Valley Railroad Company (of New York) 



Warren Railroad Company . 



Bangor and Portland Railway Company. . 
Hanover and Newport Railroad Company. 



Lackawanna and Montrose Railroad Company , 
Sussex Railroad Company 



Syracuse, Binghamton and New York Railroad 
Company. 

Delaware River and union Railroad Company 

Delaware Valley Railway Company 

Dents Run Railroad Company 

Donora Southern Railroad Company 

East Berlin Railway Company 

East Brojui Top Railroad and Coal Company 

Booher Branch Railroad Company 



Shade Gap Railroad Company. 



East Jersey Railroa<i and Terminal Company 

Eddy stone' and Delaware River Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Elk and Highland Railroad Company 

Emmitsi)urK Railroad Company 

Emporium and Rich Valley Railroad Company 

ErTe Ttailroad Company « 

[Line east of Salamanca, New York.] 

Arlington Railroad Company 

ArncH and Pine Creek Railroad Company 

Avon. Geneseo and Mount Morris Railroad Com- 
pany. 



Bergen and Dundee Railroad Company. 
Bergen County Railroad Company 



3 



UKS OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 



1&31 
8.10 

.89 
11&90 

10.04 



L92 
4.24 

214. 44 

34.98 

14.11 

7.41 

1.79 

.95 

97.41 

11.11 

18.82 

38.38 
0.81 

10.48 



30.55 



80.95 

.75 
12.00 
6.00 
3.50 
7.00 
.36.06 
2.36 

4.77 

.48 
1.10 

8.77 

6.70 

13. 50 

776.70 

1.16 
15.34 
17.70 



2.45 
9.82 



Increase 

as shown . 

by com- 

parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



^^U8. 



LINE OPERATED. 



L79 



.75 



4.93 



» 4.59 
» .21 



» 2. .-.3 

"i.oo 



Length. 



MiUs. 



38.38 
0. 81 

10.48 

3a 55 

sea*} 

.75 

12.00 

6.00 

3.50 

7.00 

43.19 



.48 
1.10 

8.77 

6.70 

13.50 

1,296.50 



Inciftaae 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



I Decrease 

* doo Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals coyering entire road* 



MiUs. 



.75 



3.53 



1 .21 
1 2.53 

"i.'oo 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 168 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Subsidiary road , other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 250 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 26, 1870, in perpetuity; rental, 6 per cent on 251 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 252 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 10, 1868, in perpetuity; rental, 7 per cent on : 263 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 15, 1868, and included in lease to Del., Lack. & 254 

Wn. R. K., Dec. 10, 1868; rental, interest on bonds. Interest on the bonds ceased to accrue after 

May 31, 1901, Del., Lack. & Wn. R. R., being the owner thereof. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated by Del., Lack. & Wn. R. R., under agreement 255 

with Mor. & Essex R. R., dated May 6, 1889; rental, 4 per cent on capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1868, to Mor. & Essex R. R., and included 256 

in the lease to Del., Lack. & Wn. R. R., Dec. 10, 1868; rental, 6 per cent on capital stock. Del., 

Lack. & Wn. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 2, 1882, in perpetuity; rental, 5 per cent on 257 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 13, 1869, in perpetuity; rental, 9 per cent on 258 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1S82, in perpetuity; rental, 6 per cent on 250 

capital stock. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated by Del., Lack. & Wn. R. R., imder agreement 260 

with Passaic & Del. R. R., dated May 1, 1890; rental, 4 per cent on capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. "Line owned" not in operation 261 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Used as an extension to a siding of the Oswego & Syr. R. R. 262 

Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 9, 1870, in perpetuity; rental, 6 per cent on 263 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 15, 1869, in perpetuity; rental, 5 per cent on 264 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 1, 1857, in perpetuity; rental, 7 per cent on 265 

capital stock and interest on bonds. 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Money for building advanced by Del., Lack. & 267 



>poratmg road, suosiaiary, otner relation. Money lor ouiiamg aavi 

Wn. R. R. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through owners 



Controlled by Del., Lack. & Wn. R. R. through 269 
" its capital stock. 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 266 

"?i:, - - - 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 268 

tal stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled by 

ownership by Mor. «!k Essex R. R. of majority of its capital 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 270 

tal stock. 

Operating road, indei)endent 271 

do 272 

do 273 

do 274 

do 276 

do 276 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract based on certain price per 277 

ton on ore hauled over road, less cost of repairs to road. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Rental is based on a certain percentage of receipts 278 

from the road. 

Op(»rating road, independent. ' * Line owned " leased from Tide Water Oil Co 279 

Operating road, independent 280 

do....: 281 

do 282 

do 283 

Operating road, independent. "Line operated" includes 15.61 miles owned by Erie & Wyo. 284 

Vy. R. R. and 3.02 miles known as the Weehawken Brh., leased from N. J. Jctn. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation, ('ontrolled through ownership of entire capital stock 285 

do .' 286 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Contract dated Feb. 26, 1896. in perpetuity; rental, 2J 287 

per cent on capital stock for first 4 years, 3 per cent for year following. 3} per cent thereafter. 

and SlOO (or organization expenses. Of "Imo owned," 2.35 miles subleased to and operated 

by Dansv. «fe Bit. Mor. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, Other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 288 

do 289 



164 REPORT OF THE I^^TERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IT. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



290 

291 

202 

293 
294 
29") 
296 
297 

20S 
299 
300 

301 

302 

303 

304 

305 
90G 

307 



SOS 
309 
310 

311 
312 



313 
314 
315 

310 
317 



318 

319 

320 
321 
322 

32:< 



324 

325 
326 



Name of road. 



Erie Railroad Company — Continued. 

[Line east of Salamanca, New York.) 
Brock Railroad Company 



Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Railroad 
Company. 

Conesus Lake Railroad Company 

Docks Connecting Railroad Company 

Elmira State Lino Railroad Compauj' 

Erie and Black Rock Railroad Company 

Erie and Wyoming Valley Railroad Company. . . 
(Joslicn andDockcjrtown Railway Company 



Jefferson Railroad Company 

1/ong Dock Company 

Middletown and Cravrlord Railroad Company., 

Montgomery and Erie Railway Company 



Moosic Mountain and Carbondale Railroad Com- 
pany. 

New York and Greenwood Lake Railway Cwn- 
pany. 

New York. Lake Erie and Western Coal and 
Railroad Company. 

Newark and Hudson Railroad Company 

Northern Railroad Company of New Jersey 

Nyack and Northern Railroad Company 



Patcrson and Hudson River Railroad Company. 

Paterson and Ramapo Railroad Company 

Union Railroad Company (of New York) 



Paterson, Newark and New York Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Company. 



Tioga Railroad Company 

Wttst Clarion Railroad Cfompany 

Bath and Hammondsport Railroad Company. 

New .Torsey and New York Railroad Company. 
Oamervllle Railroad Company *. . 




New Jersey und .N'ow York Extension Railroad ' 
Company. 
New York, Busquehanna and Western Railroad i 
Company. 

Haekensaok and Lodi Railroad Company 

Lodi Branch Railroad Company 

Maoopin Railroad Company.. . .' 

Midciletown, Unionville and Water Gap Rail- 
road Company. 



Passaic and New York Railroad Company 



Wilkes Barn? and Eastern Railroad Company. 
Susquehanna Connecting Railroad Company 



pecaeiaaa. 



IJXE OWNED. 



T/Cngth. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30. 

19a'). 



LINE OPERATED. 



Longth. 



Miles. 

1.63 
31.41 I 

I 

1.61 j. 
.43 . 
6.51 
1.14 I 

74.66 |. 

11.64 ■. 

44.82 ' 
2.56 
10.22 

10.43 



4.21 . 

5L66 . 

49*. 83 I. 

I 
5.62 '. 
21.54 '. 

4.51 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
JunrSO, 

1905. 



Miles. 



Miles. 




5.24 



13.11 






1 


14.47 




i 


.84 


; 
1 


11.33 




18.40 




42.83 


1 


1.99 




10100 


10.00 


34.50 




1 
47.76 


1.00 


1 


2.37 


1 

t 

1 


128.96 




151. aj .. 




1.41 








.73 








1.,tO 








13. 65 








3.05 




1 

1 

1 




a5. 15 
2L39 


..31 


1 " 

94.55 1 


1.31 






■ 





STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS i:2f THE UJ^ITED STATES. 165 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190G — ContinutHl. 



6 



Na 



Remarks. 



Subsidiary ro.i«l contingent money rental. Leased Mar. 3, lOOo. for 4 years from Mar. 1, 1905; 290 

rental. 1*2^ cents rK»r ton on all coal transported over the line. * j 

Siil)si(liary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock .. ,'■ 291 



Subsidiary roa<I, other relation. Controlled through owner.'^hip of entire capital stock. 
do 



292 
21«J 
Subsidiary road, other n»lation. Controlled through ownership of ninjority of capital stock...! 294 
" * " 295 

290 
297 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through owDcrship of entire capital stock 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Fob. 1, 1872, for 45 years to Erie Rj*. (now Erie 

R. R.); nmtal, S19,035 per annum. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 298 

do 299 

Subsidiary road, flxed money rental. Lcase<l Jan. 30, 1SS2, for 99 years, for $10,500 per annum, 300 

and all taxes. Majority of capital stock owned by Krie R. R. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. Hi. 1X71, from Jan. 1, lVi72. in perpetuity, to 301 

Erie Ity. (now Krie R. R.) for S25,0(X) per annum, and ta.xes. I^ase modifie<l Apr. 22, 1886, 

and rental reduced to $16,000 per annum. I 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controllctl through ownership of entire capital stock : 302 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mav 1, ISQC, for 999 years; ralt^al, interest on bonds. 

]-,e8sec owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through o\vncrship of entire capital stock 



303 

304 



do *. 305 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 1, 1809, during corporate existence; rental, 4 300 

per cent on capital stock, Interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, ana organi2ati<m expenses. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Road was sold on a judgment. May 31, 1894, to S'yack <t 

Southern R. H.. which leased It to Nn. R. R. of N. J.: rental, interest on iKinds, which are 

owned by lessee, and taxes. Operations over the tracks of the road are included in the report 

of Krie R. R. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 15. 1$.'>2. during Us legal existence; rental, 

S4S,400 i>er annum, $5,000 per annum for land In Jersey Citv, \. J ., and taxes. j 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leashed Sept. 15', IMi, during its legal existence: rental, 309 

$2i\,rm, and taxes. | 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental, l-eased to New York & Erie R. R. (now Erie R. R.), 310 

Se])t. 15, 1852, during its legal existence, at $3,500 per annum, paid under transfer of lease to ; 

Pat. <V- Uamapo R. R., which owns entire capital stock. I 

Subsidiary roacl, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



207 



308 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1871. to Erie Ry. in i>erDetulty; rental, 6 
per cent on capital stock and $700 for organization expenses. Lease assumea by Erie R. R. In 
1K95. 

Subsidiary roa»l, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary roa<l , other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

do 

Subsidiary rood, other relation. Operated without charge, by virtue of an understanding with 
Rockland Print Works, which owns It. Used only for purposes of access to factory of said 
company. 

Subsidiary roa<l, fixed money rental. Leased May 19. 1S87, for term of charter; rental, interest 
on bonds, and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controllcl through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stJX'k. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

....do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Agreement dated Aug. 20, 1883, tenninable on 30 
days' notice, whereby N. Y., Sus(|. <V' VVn. R. K. allows this company a fixed proportion on all 
its business and charges a fixed pro])ortlon of cost of oimratlng; also guarantees Interest on 
bonds, whether the earnings are suflldent or not. N. Y.. Susq. & Wn. R. R. owns majority of 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary rood, flxed money rental. Leased Dec. 1, 1885, for 999 years; rental. Interest on 
bonds, and taxes. Entire capital stock owned by lessee. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation.* Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Rental, interest on l>onds. I^ease provides for a sinking 
fimd which is guaranteed to amount to a sufticlent sum to retire $50,000 of bonds per annum. 
N. Y., Sosq. & Wn. R. R. owns entire capital stock. 



311 
312 



313 
314 
315 

310 
317 



318 

319 

320 
321 
322 
323 



324 

385 
328 



166 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 

• 


LINE OWNED. 


LINE OPEBATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


327 


Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversvilie Railroad 
Company. 
Gloversvilie and Broadalbin Railroad Company. . 

Johnstown, Gloversvilie and Kingsboro Horse 
Railroad Company. 

Fox Creek Railroad 


MiUs. 
75.34 

6.20 

4.23 

7.00 
16.16 
32.59 
16.78 

L21 

22.18 

21.24 

3.00 

1.03 

s 26.00 

.06 

L36 

6.15 

2.75 
5.50 

67.10 

« 10.00 
9.75 
L30 

21.00 
1.66 

2.44 

t 15.00 

11.44 

8.61 

2.50 
5.64 

6.20 
9.20 
4.75 

1.50 

6.99 

L37 

11.76 

7.66 
28.00 


MiUs. 


MiUs. 
85.77 


MiUs. 


328 






329 








330 


1.00 


7.00 
16.16 
32.50 
13.17 

1.21 

22.18 

21.24 


1.00 


331 


Genesee and Wyoming Railroad Company 


332 


Georges Creek and Cumberland Railroad Company. 
Glenneld and Western Railroad Company 






333 


3.61 




334 


Grand Trunk Railway Comi)any of Cfanaba: i 
Champloin and Saint I/awrence Railroad Com- 
pany. 
United States and Canada Railroad Company... 

Greenwich and Johnsonville Railway Company 

Greigsville and Pearl Creek Railroad Company 

Ilibemia Underground Railroad Company 

Hickory Valley Railroad Company 




335 






336 






337 






338 




LOS 

3 26.00 

L44 




339 






340 
341 


Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad Company 

Hoboken Railroad, Warehouse and Steamship 
Connecting Company. 

Ilooverhurst and Southwestern Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Hudson Portland Cement Company's Railroad 

Hunters Run and Slate Belt Railroad Company... 

Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad 

and Coal Company. 
Hyner Run Railroad 


.08 
.06 

•3.15 


1.44 
« L30 

«3.15 


342 
343 


6.15 

2.75 
13.50 

67.10 

» 10.00 

n.oo 

L30 

21.00 
L66 

2.44 

« 16.00 

11.44 

LOO 

2.50 
5.64 

6.20 
9.50 
4.75 

22.63 


344 






345 






346 






347 


Ironton Railroad Company 






348 


Island Railroad Compahy 






349 


Jennlnsrs Brothers Railroad 


1.00 


LOO 


350 


Jerome Park Railway Company 


351 


Johnstown and Stony Creek Railroad Company... 
Kane and Elk Railroad Company 






352 


...•...*.. 




353 


Kanona and Prattsburgh Railway Company 

Keating and Smethport Railroad Company 

KecJor Chemical Company's Railroad 


1 




354 






355 






356 


Kecscvillc, A usable (jhAsm and Lake Champlain 

Railroad Company. 
Kctner and Kay Fork Railway Company 






357 


* 1.00 


» 1.00 


358 


KishacoQuillas Valley Railroad Company 


359 


Kittanninff Run Railroad Company 


4.75 


4.75 
2.22 


360 


Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Central Valley Railroad Company 


361 




36? 


Wilkosbarre Railroad Company 








363 


Scranton and Northeastern Railroad Company. . 

Lake Champlain and Moriah Railroad Company. . . 
Lancaster, Oxford and Southern Railroau Com- 
pany. 


2.22 






364 


7.66 
28.00 




365 


8.00 


8.00 



1 Files no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate relatton <^ 
subsidiary roads as indicated. * 

s UnoiTfcial figures. 
* Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 16T 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No- 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent. "Line owned" includes 49.14 miles and "line operated" 53.37 327 

miles of electric Une. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 1, 1895, for 999 years. Ix}ssee guarantees 328- 

principal and interest of bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1894, for 999 years. Lessee guarantees 329 

8 per cent on capital stock, principal and interest of bonds, and pays SlOO per annum for 

organization expenses. Motive power, electricity. 

Private logging road. Owned by T. D. Collins 330 

Operating road, independent 331 

do 332 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 3.61 miles not in operation 333 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 334 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, fljccd money rental. Leased Sept. 27, 1888, from Jan. 1, 1889, for 21 335 
. years, lessee to pay interest on bonds, all taxes and assessments, and retain any residue of 

revenue. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent : 336 

lndepen(ient road. "Line owned" not in operation 337 

Operating road, independent 338 

do 339 

Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and electricity 340 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased J une 19, 1906, for 99 years; rental, (minimum 341 

$22,000) from 1 i to 7 cents per ton according to number of tons of freight transported over road. 

OjKjratiiig road, Independent 342 

Private road 34a 

Operating road. Independent. Of "line operated," 8 miles owned by South Mountain Ky. & 344 

Mining Co., consoliaated July 19, 1891, Into Gettysb. & llarrisb. Ry. 

Operating road. Independent 345 

Private logging road. Owned and operated by S. N. Williams 346 

Operating road, independent 347 

Opt^rating road, independent. Operated in connection with the Mutual Terminal and Mutual 348 

Transit Companies of Buffalo. Motive power, steam and electricity. 

Private logging road. Mileage represents several short roads in Pennsylvania and Maryland. . 349 

Operating road, independent. Leased to contractor building Jerome Park reservoir, at a rental 350 

of 13,000 per annum. 

Operating road. Independent 351 

do 352 

do 353 

Operating road, independent. Switching business. Of "line owned," 7.61 miles not in opera- 354 

tion. 

Private road 355 

Oijerating road, independent 356^ 

do '. 357 

do 358 

Operating road, independent. "Line owned" and "line operated" include 4 miles owned by 359 

Altoona Coal & Coke Co. 
Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and electricity. " Line operated ' ' includes 360 

l.Ol miles leased from Erie & Wyo. Vy. R. R. . 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 14, 1903 (supplemental agreement, Jan. 10. 361 

1905), terminable by notice from either party; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, charges, and 

assessments. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 11, 1904, from Jan. 1, 1904, for 999 years; 362 

rental, mterest on bonds, taxes, charges, and assessments. Operated by Lack. & Wyo. Vy. 

R. R. as lessee of Cent. Vy. R. K. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I/eased Mar. 14, 1903 (supplemental agreement, Jan. 10, 

1905), terminaole by notice from either party; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, charges, and 

assessments. 

Operating road, independent 364 

do 365 



363 



168 KEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOK". 



Group IT. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 



No. 



Name of road. 



366 

367 
368 
369 

370 



371 
372 

373 
374 
37.') 
376 
377 



378 

379 
380 

381 
382 



383 
384 



38.'> 

386 
387 
388 

389 
390 

391 
392 
393 
394 
39.-> 
396 
397 

398 



399 
400 
401 
402 



Latrobe-Connellsvillc Coal and Coke Company's 

Railroad. 

Leetonia Railway Company 

Lcliigh and Hudson Rivor Railway Company 

South Easton and Fhiiiipsbtrrg Railroad Com- 
pony. 

Orange County Railroad Company 

Lehigh and New England Railroad Company 

Campl)ell Hall Comiecting Railway Company. . . 

Pochuck Railroad Company 

Lehigh and Oxford Railroad 

Lehigh and Pavilion Railroad Company 

Lehigh Valley Railroad Company 

Buftalo Creek Railroad Company 

Delaware. Susquehanna and Schuylkill Railroad 
Company. 

Easton and Northern Railroad Company 

Jersey City Beit Line Railway Company 

Lehigh and Lake Erie Railroad Company 

Lehigh and New York Railroad Company 

Lehigh Valley Railway Company 

Hajts Comom, Ovid and WlUard Railroad 
Company. 



Lohigh Valley Railroad Company of New.Torsoy 

LoyaL^ock Railroa<l Company 

Montrose Railroad Company * 

Pennsylvania and New \ ork Canal and Railroad 

Company. 
SchuylKill and I>*hifjrh Valley Railroad Company 
State? Line and Sullivan Railroad Company 

LewisbuMT and BufTalo Vallev Railroad Company. 

Ligonier Valloy Railroad Company 

Littlo Falls and Dolgevillo Railroad Company 

Livonia and Lake Conesus Railroad Company 

Lowville and Beaver River Railroad Company ... 

Luraston Railroad Company 

Manahawkin and liOng Beach Transportation 
Companv. 
Baniegat ){aiiroad Company 

Manor Land and Oakland Railroad Company 

Mapl«»ton and Rocky Ridge Railway Company 

Mareelias and Otisico Lake Railway Company 

Marine Railway Company 



LINE OWNED. 



line operated. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



Milex. j 
3.00 ' 

18.50 . 

63.20 '. 

.70 . 



3.00 



10.70 



1-24. 35 
3.78 

4.30 
1.60 
3.00 
306.70 
6.82 



50.04 

12.78 . 
.73 

2.94 I. 
115.37 



497.83 

a 82 i 



122.14 
5a 29 
27.35 

14a 25 

42.02 
24.00 

» 15. 00 

12.00 

ia32 

3.00 

ia50 

1.62 



7.73 



laoo 

9.00 
.44 



1.81 



1.16 



1.51 



2.92 



27.35 
.87 

.17 



ao8 

1.62 



1 27.00 
>.54 
9.00 



» Decrease. 

s Report for porio<l, Septcml>er 2, 1905 to June 30, 1906. 

■ UnofTlciai figures. 



Miles. 
3.00 

18.50 
85i90 



Increase ' 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 

June 30. 

19a). 



Milr*. 
3.00 ! 



8.70 



laTO 



132.43 



> 2.40 



c 


».40 


LOO 

1 


.35 


1 1.42 


1,444.96 , 


fi2.07 



1 18L52 



» l&OO 
12.00 
ia32 



la.im 
1.52 

7. 73 



13.00 

.96 

9lOO 

.44 



ia50 

L«3 



> 27.00 
t.54 
9L00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 169 

FOR THE Year ending Jlne 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Priviiteroad 866 

Oi^orating road, independent 367 

do 368 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 369 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated under agreement, in efifect Jan. 1, 1H90, 370 
whereby l-.ehigh & Find. Riv. Ry. furnishes the equipment, receiving a compensation of 60 
per cent of train earnings. Lehigh & Hud. Riv. Ry. owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 371 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock. Accounts not 372 
kept separate. 

do 373 

Private road. Owned and operated by Lehigh & Oxford Mining Co 374 

Independent road. " Lme owned ' ' not in operation 375 

Operating road, independent 376 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 31, 1889, until Jan. 2.5, 1960, jointly to N. Y., 377 

L. Erie <fe Wn. (now Erie R. R.) and Lehigh Vy. R. Rs.: rental, 7 per cent on capital stock, 

int4?re8t on bonds, and not exceeding $500 for organization exi>enses. Entire capital stock 

owned by lessees, one-half each. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 378 

do .379 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. In- 380 
eluded in sidings of Lehigh Vy. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 381 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Aug. 24, Ifft^, for 999 years. Lessee to pay 382 
all interest, taxes, maintenance, and other operating charges, which charges are to be de- 
ducted from gross receipts, after which net hicome, if any, is to be applied to pavment of 
dividends on preferred stock (noncumulative) up to 5 per cent; further dividends, if any, to 
be declared to holders of common and preferred stock. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1801, for 999 years; rental, interest on 383 

bonds, taxes, and expenses of organization. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money n»ntal. Le^ised Dec. 27, 1S82, for 999 years to Geneva, Ith. & Sayre 384 
R. R. (now a part of Lehigh Vy. Ry. > at an annual rental of $1 and expenses of maintenance 
and operation and taxes, the second party reserving the right to terminate lejise by giving 6 
months' notice in writing. There are 1.36 mil(»s of track locat<'d on the property of the Willard 
State Hospital and used occasionally in connection v:\tt^ the Hayts Cor., Ovid & Wil. R. R. 
for delivery of freight thereto. 

Su]).«»idiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 385 

do 386 

do 387 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 1, 1888, for 99 years; rental, interest on bonds, 388 

maintenance, taxes, etc. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, otker relation. Controlled through o^vner8hip of majority of capital stock . . . 389 
Subsidiary road, fixe^money rental. Leased Apr. 14, 1884, for 50 years from May 1, 1884; rental, 390 
S40.000 and all taxes, assessments, etc. 

Operating road, indeix;ndent '. 391 

do 392 

do 393 

Independent road. ' ' Line owned " not in operation 394 

Operating road, independent 305 

do .396 

do .397 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease dated Mar. 19. 1894, for 1 year, 398 
with renewal from year to year until either party gives the other 3 months' notice to termi- 
nate the same. liessee agrees to furnish motive power, rolling stock, keep road in repair, 
pay taxes, operate road at it« own expense, and pay as rental $100 per year. Pennsylvania 
U.R. owns entire capital stock. 

O perati ng road, independent. Operated by the Yough Manor Lumber Co 399 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Pittsburg White Band Co j 400 

Operating road, independent I 401 

Operating road, independent. Operated only 3 months in year. Roadway taken up and reiaid 402 
each season. Owned and operated by Maimattan Beach Hotel and Land Co. Motive power, i 
steam and electricity. I 



170 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



403 
404 

405 

400 
407 
408 
409 

410 

411 
412 
413 



414 
415 
416 
417 
418 

419 
420 

421 



422 
423 

424 
42.-. 
42G 
427 
428 

429 
430 

431 

SO 

432 

433 

434 
435 
43C 

437 
438 



Name of road. 



Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 
Masscna Terminal Railroad Company 



McKeesport and Clairton Conneciing Railroad 

Company. 

McKeesport Connecting Railroad Company. 

McKcosport Terminal Railroad Company 

Middlebui^h and Schoharie Railroad Company 

Schoharie Valley Railway Company 



Milford, Matamoras ' and New York Railroad 

Company. 

Monocacy Valley Railroad Company 

Monongahela Railroad Company (The) ^ 

Connellsvillo and Monongahela Railway Com- 
pany. 



Monongahela Connecting Railroad Company. . . . 

Montour Railroad Company 

Morgantown and Klngwood Railroad Company. 

Morriatown and Erie Railroad Company , 

Mount Carmcl and Natalie Railroad Company . . 



Mount Hope Mineral Railroad Company 

Mount Jewctt, Kinzua and Ritcrvillo Railroad 
Company. 
Kushequa Railroad Company 



Mead Run Railroad Company. 
Smethport Railroad Company. 



Mount Pcnn Gravity Railroad Company 

Mount Pleasant and Latrobe Railroad Company. . 

New Berlin and Winfleld Railroad Company 

Now Haven and Dunbar Railroad Company 

New Jersey and Pennsylvania Railroea Company . 

New York and Pennsylvania Railway Company. . . 

New York and Pittsburgh Air Line Railroad Com- 
panv. 

New York, Auburn and Lansing Railroad Com- 
pany. 

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 



Company. 



[Line in Group II.] 
laa 



.\msterdain, Chuctauunda and Northern Rail- 
road Company. 

Beech Crook Railroad Company 



Beech Creek Extension Railroad Company 

Buffalo Erie Basin Railroad Company 

Carthage and Adirondack Railway Company 

Fall Brook Railway Company 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



MiUa. 

79.50 
L56 

.38 

• do 

.56 

5.33 

I 4.38 

» 2.00 

1 4.00 
35.62 

iai4 



5.26 
13.00 
30.40 
12.72 

7.50 

4.28 
4.25 

25.25 



3.00 
7.25 



aoo 

1.06 

8.00 

5.25 

30.00 

56.13 
15.40 

5.37 

806.70 



L50 

164.80 

128.34 

.25 

45.85 

9L51 
13. 24 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



13 



« .04 
* 3.90 



.S.80 
.97 



LIKE OPERATED. 



I 



Length. 



Increaise 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



MiU8. i Miles. 



79.50 
L56 



.1. 



.58 

.56 

&.33 

1 4.38 



M.0O 
57.36 



5.26 
13.00 
30.40 
12.72 



4.28 
39.75 



* 4.12 
« 1.13 



3.00 



1.5.40 

5.37 

s L94 



8.00 
1.00 
8.00 
5.25 
27.50 

56.13 
15.90 



3,187.71 



2.35 



.01 



Gouvemeur and Oswegatdiie Railroad Com- 
pany. 

1 Unofndal figures. 

* Decrease. 

* See Supplement ** A " at end of Table for totals covering entire roftd. 



*.34 



11.80 
.97 



« 0.25 



&00 



.30 



15.90 



14L04 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



171 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Switching business, which is performed by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. 

IV. R. R. 



►per 
Ri^ 
Independent road. "Line owned" not In operation. 



Operating road, independent. 
do 



.do. 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated in connection with Middleb. & Schoharie 

R R. 
Independent road. * ' Line owned ' ' not in operation 



Operating road, independent. 
do 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Pennsylvania R. R. and operated since June 1, 
1905, by Monongahela R. R. under an arrangement whereby it pays taxes and 4 per cent on 
cost of road. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 
.do, 



Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation. Pittsburg Trust Co., Receiver; appointed 
Nov. 9. 1903. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1903, terminable on 30 days' notice 

by either party; rental, 20 per cent of value of lessor's equipment and 40 per cent of net 

earnings. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1903, terminable on 30 days' notice 

by either party; rental, 20 per cent of value of lessor's equipment and.|1.500. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1903. terminable on 30 days' notice 

by either party; rental, 20 per cent of value of lessor's equipment and 20 per cent of net 

earnings. 

Operating road, independent. Operated during summer months only 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do, 



Operating road, independent. F. V. Pitney, Receiver; appointed Mar., 1906. Of "line owned," 
2.50 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Independent road. ' * Line owned " not in operation. 
Operating road, independent 



No. 



403 
404 

405 

406 
407 
408 
409 

410 

411 
412 
413 



414 
415 
416 
417 
418 

419 
420 

421 



422 
423 

424 
425 
426 
427 
428 

429 
430 

431 

86 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under verbal agreement, Sept. 23. 1879, to deliver and 432 

receive freight to and from Kelloms and Miller's Linseed Oil Works. "Line operated" in- 
cluded as sidings in N. Y. Cent. &Hud. Riv. R. R. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 15, 1890, for 9997ear8 from Oct. 1. 1890; rental, 433 

4 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and orgamzation expenses not to exceed 

S6.000 per annum. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 22, 1905, for 999 years from June 1, 1905; 434 

rental, interest on bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. Used 435 

as a switching road to facilitate delivery of property at the docks. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 9, 1^, from May 1, 1893, for term of corporate 436 

existence; lessee guarantees principal of and Interest on bonds not exceeding $1,600,000 Lessee 

owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1899, for 999 years; rental. 1175,000 per 437 

annum. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 8, 1892. in perpetuity; lessee guarantees prin- 438 

cipal of and interest on bonds not exceeding $300,000. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 



172 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


3 


4 


•*> 




Name of road. 


LINE OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 
Miles. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

loai. 


439 


New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company— Continued. 

[liine In Group 1 1.3 
Mohawk and Maiono Railway Company 


MUes. 

182.18 

4.77 

136.57 

56.83 

2.05 

2.81 
74.96 

412.55 

.03 

8.58 

28.49 
149.81 

28.76 

5.31 
64.27 

11.02 

1.24 
6.56 
5.17 

32.88 
478.97 

2.21 

69.27 


mus. 


AfiUa. 


440 


New Jersey Junction Railroad CompMiy 

New Y<M'k and Uariem RaUroad Compfmy 

Now York and Putnam Railroad Company 

Mahopac Falls Railroad Company 








441 








442 








443 






- 


444 


New York Central Niagara River Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Pine Creek RsUwav Company 








445 








446 


Rome, Watertown and Ogdensbnrg Railroad 
Company. 

Buffalo, Thousand Islands and Port4and Rail- 
road Company. 
Niagara Falls Branch Railroad Company 

Oswego and Rome Raftroad Company 






1 


447 






1 

t 

1 


44S 








440 








450 


Utica and Black River Rattroad Company 

Carthage, Watertown and Sackets Harbor 
Railroad Company. 

Spuyten Duyvil and Port Morris Railroad Com- 
pany. 

S>Tacuse, Geneva and Corning Railway Com- 
pany. 

Terminal Railway of Buffalo 








451 


« 




! 

1 
1 


452 


i .73 




1 


453 






454 






» 11.02 


455 


Tivoli Hollow Railroad C^ompany 






456 


Troy and Greenbush Railroad Association 

Troy Union Railroad Company 









457 






458 


WallkiU Vallev Railroad Company 








450 


West Shore Railroad C-ompanv 








460 


Fulton Chain Railway C^omtiany 




2.tk 
69. GO 


i.ao 


461 


New York and Ottawa Railway Company 


» .87 



1 Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS II? THE UNITED STATES. 173 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 19CH) — Continued. 




Subsidiary road, fixed nionoy rental. Leased Apr. IG, 1902, in perpetuity; rental, 4 per cent on 439 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and organization expenses. Lessee owns entire 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased July 1, 1880, for 100 years, with privilege of further 440 
term of 100 years; rental, interest on bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1. 1873, for 401 years; rental 8 per cent oncap- 441 
itiil stock and interest on funded debt, and from May 1, 1900, under a supplementary contract 
of that date, an additional 2 per cent on capital stock during continuance of original lease. 
"Line owned" excludes mileage of street road, leased to Metropolitan Street Ry. Co. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 30, 18M, in perpetuity; lessee guarantees 442 
principal and interest of firHt-mortgage bonds and pays interest on $1,200,000 first consolidated 
mortgage forty-year bonds of N. Y, & Nn. Ry., pemhng retirement. Lessee owns entire cap- 
ital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated since Jan. 30, 1894. as a branch of N. Y. & Putnam 443 
li. R. by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. RIv. R. R., lessee. N. Y. & Putnam R. R. owns entire capital ■ 
stock. 

Subsidiarj-^ road, other relation. Operated under agreement by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R., 444 
which owns entire capital stock. ! 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1899, for 999 years; lessee guarantees prin- j 445 
cipal and interest of bonds and, in addition, pays lessor $35,000 per annum. Lessee owns | 
majority of capital stock. i 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 14, 1891, in perpetuity; lessee guarantees 446 
principal and interest of bonds, 5 per cent on capital stock, and $15,000 per annum to Apr. 1, 
1901, and $7,000 per annum thereafter. \ 

Subsidiar>' road, other relation. ** Line owned' not In operation 447 

Subsidiary' road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 21, 1881, in perpetuity; rental, 7 per cent on 448 

capit^il stock. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. Included in lease to N. Y. Cent. & Hud. 

Riv. R. R.. dated Mar. 14, 1891. j 

Su])sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dw. 2, I8ti9, in perpetuity; lca«c amended Mar. 2, 440 

1891; rental, interest on bonds. Lessee owns majority oi capital stock. Included in lease | 

to N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R., dated Mar. 14, 1891. 
Subsidiarj' road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 14, 1886, for tlie term of corporate existence; 450 

n^ntal, / per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and $4,500 for organization expenses. 

Less(»e owns majority of capital stock. Included in lease to N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv, R. R., 

dated Mar. 14, 1891. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Ix'ased Feb. 1. 1872, for the term of corporate exlstr ' 451 

ence, for 37J per cent of gross earnings; included in the lease of Utica A Black Riv. R. R. to 

Rome, Watert. & Ogdensb. R. R., and in that of the latter to N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R. 

N. Y. C^nt. & Hud. Riv. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. I 

Sub.sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1871, to Dec. 31, 1970; rental, 8 percent on 452 

$989,000 capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1800, for the term of corporate existence; 453 

rental, interest on bonds and obligations and $40,375 per annum, l^essee owns majority of 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Used imdet agreemfnit dated Jan. 1, 1890, by N. Y. C^nt. & Hud. 454 

Riv. R. R. an4 L. Shore & Mich. Sn. Ry., which own entire capital stock, these companies 

nu ying certain rate* per car moved over road and dividing operating expenses. N. Y. Cent. & 

1 1 1'ld. Riv. R . R . furnishes cars, equipment, and train crews, Term. Ry. of Buff, bearing expen.««e 

of maintaining and guarding its property. 
Sub5i(liar>' road, other relation. Operated under contract dated Apr. 3, 1804, with Van Reus- : 455 

snlaer Land Co. Operating company owns entire capital stock. I 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. lA'ased Feb. 3, 1«51, in perpc'tuity,to Hudson River R. R. . 45rt 

(now part of N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv R. R.) at a rental of $19,250. 
Sub.sidiary road, other relation. One-half of stock owned by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R. 457 

and one^feurth each l)y Del. & Hud. Co. and Boston & Me. R. R. These companies pay pro- 
portionate expenses of maintenance and operation. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 11, 1899, from May 1, 1899, for terra of corpo- 458 

rate existence; rental, ^ per cent on capital stock and interest on bonds. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 5, 1885, from Jan. 1, 1880, for 475 j-ears, with 450 

privilege of further term of £00 years; rental, interest on l>onds. Lessee owns entire capital 

stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R. as 460 

agent, under agreement oated May 20, lOOI, operating company not x>articlpatli^ in profits nor 

sharing in losses of line thus operated. 
Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1005, for one year, and lease 401 

renewed for one year, ieittal,liite]!cst on bonds and taxes. Lcseee owns entire capital stock. 



174 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



462 

93 
463 

464 

465 
95 

466 

467 

468 

469 

470 
471 

472 

473 

474 

475 

476 
477 



478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 

487 



Name of road. 



New York Central and Iludson River Railroad 
Company— Continued. 

[Line in Group II.) 
Raquette Lake Railway Company 



Rutland Railroad Company > 

[Line in New York.] 
Saint Lawrence and Adirondack Railway Com- 
pany. 

New York Central, Hudson River and Fort Orange 

Railroad Company. 

New York Dock Company's Terminal Railway 

New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad 
Company: * 

Central Now England Railway Company 



Dutchess County Railroad Company. 



Hartford and Connecticut Western Railroad 
Company. 



Newburgh, Dutchess and Connecticut Railroad 
Company. 

New York. Ontario and Western Railway Com- 
pany. 
Ellen viile and Kingston Railroad Company 



Ontario, Carbondale and Scranton Railway 
Company. 

Pecksport Connecting Railway Company 



Port Jervis, Monticello and Summitville Rail- 
road Company. 

Rome and Clinton Railroad Company 



Utien, Clinton and Binghamton Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Wnarton Valley Railway Company 



Newark and Marion Railway Company 

Newport and Shermans Valley Railroad Company. 

Niagara J unction Railway Company 

Nittany Valley Railroad Companv 

North Bend and Kettle Creek Railroad Company . 

Northampton and Bath Railroad Company 

Norwood and Saint Lawrence Railroad Company . 

Olean Street liailway Company 

Shinglchouse Railroad Company 



Oleona Railroad Company. 



UNE OWNED. 



Length. 



MOet. 

18.13 

17o!o9 
10.25 

1.00 
10.00 

57.60 
12.40 

• 123.96 

5a 84 

31&77 
27.14 

53.66 

3.60 

3&27 

12.78 

31.30 
6.80 



9.15 
30.67 
13.89 

a 75 
12.00 

&00 

7.50 
27.95 

4.10 

8.07 



Incpoase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

IWS. 



MiUs. 



• 1^ 



5 



UNE OPERATED. 



» 2.53 



9.15 
2.17 



2.00 



Length. 



Milen. 



24.27 



« 227. 33 
» 65.07 

1.00 
10.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

19ai. 



MiUa. 




» 256.30 



I 



545.87 



8.40 
30.67 
13.89 

6.75 I 
12.00.' 

aoo I 

7.50 
32.05 



8.07 



1 See Supplement "A " at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 
> Includes 56.39 miles not in United States. 

* Includes 54.82 miles not in United States. 

* Insttcted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 

* IneludM 84.96 miles lying in Group I. 

* Inoitidea 81.46 miles lying in Group I. 
T ^ 



12 



71.24 



7 58.84 



» 2.63 



8 40 
2.17 



2.00 



. STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATBS, 176 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated by N. Y. Cent. & Ilud. Riv, R. R. as j 462 
agent, under a^eemont dated Jan. 1, 1901, operating company not participating in profits nor 
sharing in losses of Une thus operated. | 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of c&p- I 93 
ital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated by N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R. as 403 
agent, under agreement dated June 1, 1898, operating company not participating in profits nor 
sharing in losses of line thus operated. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent. Business mamly in connection with Fort Orange Paper Co. * 



Private road . 



464 

465 
95 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- I 4C6 
ital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased to Phila., Read. & New Eng. R. R., Aug. 1, 1892; 467 
lease assumed by C«nt. New Eng. Ry., Jan. 12, 1899. Subsequent le^ise Mar. 9, 1900, to run 
until Aug. 30, 1940; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, and $100 for oi^anization expenses. Lessee 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Cent. New Eng. & Wn. R. R., Feb. 4, 1890, for [ 468 
50 years from Aug. 30, 1890; lease assumed by Cent. Now Eng. Ry., Jan. 12, 1899; rental, 2 per 
cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, all taxes, rates, charges, and assessments. J^essoe 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary roatl, fixed moneyrental. Leased from Sept. 15, 1905, for 1 year, and from year to 469 
year thereafter; rental, $1,000 and taxes. N. Y., NewIIav. & Hartf. R. R. owns majority of 
capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 470 
ital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1905, for 50 years; rental, interest on 471 
bonds, taxes, organization expenses not to exceed $500, and, after 5 years from date of lease, 
one-half of not earnings. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 10, 1890, for 99 years from June 1, 1890; 472 
rental, 175,000, organization expenses not to exceed $3,000, and 5 per cent of gross earnings, 
tolls, and income, not to exceed $75,000. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Cost of constniction has been met by N. Y., Ont. A Wn. Ry. 473 
Since completion of road its cost of operation and maintenance has been borne by above com- 
pany in consideration of all receipts. Final arrangements between the two companies as to 
terms of operation have not been completed. N. Y., Ont. & Wn. Ry. owns entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1005, for 50 years; rental, interest 474 
on bonds, taxes, organization expenses not to exceed $.500, and, after 5 years from date of 
lease, one-half of net earnings. Leasee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Rome & Clinton and Utica, Clinton & Bing. R. Rs. were 475 
subleased to N. Y., Ont. & Wn. Ry. by Del. & ITud. Canal Co. (now Del. & Hud. Co.), June 1, 
188<;, for :« years, at fixed minimum rentiil of $75,000. i 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Bee ** Remarks," No. 475, Rome & Clinton R. R I 476 

i 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 4, 1888, from Oct. 1, 1888, for 99 years; lessee i 477 
guarantees principal and interest of bonds, taxes, and $500 for maintenance of organiza- 
tion. Lessee owns entire capital stock. I 

Operating road, independent. * Of " line o^yned," .75 mile not in operation I 478 

Operating road, independent 479 

do , 480 

do ! 481 

do 482 

do I 483 

do I 484 

Operating road, independent. Motive power, electricity I 485 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 0, 1903, for 30 years; rental, interest on bonds 486 

and taxes. 

Operating road, independent. Used principally in lumber operations of Lackawanna Lum- 487 
> ber Co. 

12689—07 12 



176 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileagb 



No. 



Name of road. 



4S8 i Oswayo Valley Railroad Company. 
489 _- _ - 

490 
491 



.•> 



LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPERATED. 



lyength. 



Incrpaso 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Junfi 30, 

1905. 



492 
493 

494 

495 

496 
497 
498 

499 

500 
501 
502 

503 
504 

50(> 
607 

508 
509 



Owasco River Railway Company. 

Pencoyd and Philadelphia Railroad Company. 



Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 



Milfs. Miles. 

.50 , 

.32 I > 2.33 
1.15 



Length. 



Incmasc 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Jimo 30, 

1905. 



^files. Miles. 

.50 

1.40 1 M.25 
1.15 



« 1.365.48 : 154.42 '« 3.927.16 



Allegheny Valley Railway Company. 



Bald Eagle Valley Railroad Company. 



Bedford and Bridgeport Railway Company. 



Bedford and HoUidaysbuig Railroad Company . 



BrookviUe Railway Company. 



Cambria and Clearfield Railway Company . 



Delaware Ri\-er Railroad and Bridge Company.. 



Freehold and Jamesburg Agricoltaral Railroad 
Company. 

irarrisl)urg, Portsmouth, Mount Joy and Lan- 
caster Riailroad Company. 
Johnsonburg Railroad Company 



Klnkora and New Lisbon Railroad Company. 



Lancaster and Quarry\ilie Railroad Company.. 



I^wisburg and Tyrone Railroad Company. 



Millstone and New Brunswick Railroad Com- 
pany. 



New York Bay Railroad Company, 



Perth Amboy and Woodbridge Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Philadeiphia and Besdi Hatbh Railroad Com- 
pany. 



Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Company • 307. 01 



« 261.94 
94.01 

49.17 

11.81 

12.08 

392.98 

9.52 



27.29 



13.57 



6.33 



12.03 



.06 



1 1.04 



5.71 



1 .GO 



1 .28 




1 Decrease. 

• Includea 13.40 miles lying in Group TIL 
s Includes 460.27 miles lying In Group III. 

• Includes 67.50 miles lying in Group III. 

• Includes 70.00 miles lying In Group III. 



39.80 



1 13.12 



1 .13 
» .07 

» .06 




1 

1 

1 


i 

















STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES, 177 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Figures cover 1.08 miles owned by International Harvester Co . . 

Operating road, independent. Bwitching road. Of " line owned," 1.05 miles leased from A. & 
V. Roberts Co. 

Operating road, independent. The lines conmionly designated as the Pennsylvania Lines west 
of IMttspurg are allied in operation and aflUiated in interest with the lines of this company. 
" Line owned" includes 9.16 miles operated by Winflold R. R. and 1.32 miles leased to and 
operated by Monongahela R. R. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased from Aug. 1. 1900, for 20 years, and there- 
after from year to year until lease is terminated on 60 days* written notice from either party; 
rental, net earnings. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leasea Doc. 7, 1864, for 99 jrears from July 1, 1864; 
rental, 40 per cent of gross earnings. Lease does not apply to Nittany Brh., which is oper- 
ated for cost, net oarmngs being paid to Bald Eagle Vy. it. 11. Lessee owns majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of the directors of 
both companies, adopted Apr. 29 and Mav 27, 1891, respectively; this arrangement being ter- 
minable at option of either party on 30 days' notice; rental, net earnings. Operating com- 
pany OHTis entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contmgent money rental. Operated under resolutions of boards of directors 
of both companies, adopted Nov. 23 and 2.'), 1903, respectively; this arrangement being termi- 
nable on 30 days' notice from either party; rental, net earnings. Operating company owns 
entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of boards of directors 
of both companies, In effect July 1, 1905; this arrangement being terminable on 30 days* notice 
from either party; rental, net earnings. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract, dated Aug. 1, 1903, ter- 
minable on 30 days' notice by either party; rental, net earnings. Operating company owns 
majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of the directors of both 
compames, adopted Apr. 17 and 22, 1896, respectively; this arrangement being terminable on 
30 days' notice from either party; rental, net eaniings. Operating company owns entire 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract, dated July 16, 1879, ter- 
minable on 30 days' notice by eitner party; rental, not earnings. United N. J. R. R. & Canal 
Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1861, for 999 jrears; rental, 7 j)er cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and organization expenses up to $2,000. 

Subsidiary mad, contingent money rental. Leased July 8, 18H?^, for 50 years, terminable upon 
certain conditions by lessee after expiration of 5 years from date of lease; rental, net earnings. 

Subsidiaiy road, contingent monej' rental. Operated under contract, dated June 11, 1903, in 
effe<;t Mar. 28, 1903, terminable upon 30 days* notice in writing by either party; rental, net 
earnings. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of boards of directors 
of Lane. & Read. N. G. R. R. (now Lane. & Quarryv. R. R.) and Pennsylvania R. R., adopted 
Nov. 22, 1899: this arrangement beinp terminable at any time on 30 days' notice from cither 
party; rental, net earnings. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1880, for 99 years; rental, net earn- 
ings. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated since Jan. 1, 1897, by virtue of certain 
resolutions adopted by board of "directors of each companj-. this arrangement terminable at 
option of either party on 30 days' notice; rental, net earnings. United N. J. R. R. & Canal Co. 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. No 
contract has been made, but there has been paid to this company a sum equivalent to 4 per 
cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Op<!rated under resolutions of both companies, 
adoptca May 6 and June 26, 1889, respectively; this arrangement terminable at option of 
either party on 30 days' notice; rental, net earnings. Operating company owns majority of 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract dated Jan. 1, 1894, termi- 
nable at option of either party on 30 days' notice in writing; rental, net earnings. Operating 
company owns entire capitarstock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. I/ease executed Jan. 16, 1862, modified Jan. 1, 1870, 
for 999 years from Jan. 1, 1802; rental, net eamlogs. Losaee owns majority of capital stock. 



488 
489 
490 

491 



492 
493 

494 

495 

496 
497 
498 

499 

500 
501 
502 

503 

504 
505 

506 
507 

606 
609 



178 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


3 


4 


o 




Name of road. 


UNE OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


510 


Pennsylvania Railroad Company— Continued. 
Philadelphia and Long Branch Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Pomeroy and Newark Railroad Company 

Ridgway and Clearfield Railroad Company 

Southwest Connecting Railway Company « 

Tipton Railroad Company 


Miles. 

4H.71 

26.70 

27.15 

1.76 

4.44 

145.90 
80.89 

29.77 
5.94 

26.30 
36.66 

2.38 
2.76 

> 434.06 

2.51 
9a 54 

2.46 
14.04 
10.00 
22.31 

2.29 

12.00 
2.32 


Miles. 
1 .36 


Miles. 


MiUs. 


^•>11 






512 






513 


.09 




1 L67 


514 




515 


United New Jersey Railroad and Canal Company. 
Belvidere Delaware Railroad Company 

Camden and Burlington County Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Mount Holly, Lumberton and Medford Rail- 
road Company. 

Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Company. . 
Connecting Railway Company 


1.02 
» .11 

.16 
1 .01 






516 






517 






518 






519 






520 


1 .08 






521 


Rocky Hill Railroad and Transportation Com- 
pany. 

Vincentown Branch of the Burlington County 
Railroad Company. 

Western New York and Pennsylvania Railway 
Company. 

Bradford Railwav Comnany 






5?? 


1 .08 


" 




5?3 




1 


524 








52.') 


Genesee Valley Canal Railroad Company 

Genesee Valley Terminal Railroad Cfompany. . . 
Kinzua Railway Company 








5'Ai 








537 








5W 


kinzua Valley Ilallroad (5ompany 








529 


McKean and Buffalo Railroad Company 

Olcan, Bradford and Warren Railway of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Rochester. New York and Pennsylvania Rail- 
road Company. 

Union Terminal Railroad Company 








530 








531 








532 


.02 







1 Decrease. 

s Rroort for period. April 16 to Jane 30, 1S06. 

« Indadea 296.66 miles lying in Group III. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 179 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 




Subsidiary road, contingont money rental. Leased Nov. 28, 1883, from Jan. 1, 1884, for 50 years; 610 
rtfntul, net earnings. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent monev rental, leased Mar. 1, 1880, for 99 years; rental, net cam- 611 
ings. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Sul)sidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1894, for 60 yearsj rental, interest on 612 
bonds, tiixes, and pi^r cent on capital stock, If earned. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Sul)si<liary road, contingent money rental. Operated at cost under resolutions of boards of 613 
directors of both companies, in ellect Apr. 16, 1900, this arrangement being terminable on SO 
days' written notice from either party. Operating company owns entire capital stook. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. Oper- 614 
atcd by C. O. Templeton under a lease dated Jime 15, 1903, for 5 years, unless sooner tenuinated 
upon 90 days' notice, at a rental of 4 per cent per annum of agreed value of track and bridge 
material. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June .30, 1871, for 999 years; rental, 10 jKjr cent on 616 
capital stock, interest on funded and other debts, taxes, damages, losses, etc. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. L-^ased Feb. 15, 187G, from Jan. 1, 187fi, to June 30, 616 
2870; lease assigned to Pennsylvania K. R. Mar. 7, 1870; n^venue to l)e applied, first, to main- 
tenance, operations, all tolls, taxes, or assessments levied by United States or State of New 
Jersey; s<»cond, to interest on bonds; any balance to be paid lessor. United N. J. R. R. & 
Canal Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 24, 18G8, for the term of corporate existence, 617 
to Camden & Amboy R. R., one of the constituent companies of United N. J. R. R. & Canal 
Co.; rental, per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and SoOO for organization 
expenses. Lease assigned to Pennsylvania R. R. June 30, 1871. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 14, 1809, during corporate existence, to Cam- 618 
den & Amboy R. R., one of the constituent companies of United N. J. R. R. <fe Canal Co.; 
rental, per cent on capital stock. Interest on bonds, taxes, and S200 for maintenance of organi- 
zation: lease assigned to Pennsylvania R. R. June 30, 1871; rental was reduced in 1899, Penn- 
sylvania R. R. having purchased the bonds at maturity and waived collection of dividends 
from (but including) Oct. 1, 1899, on 1,012 shares of stock of this company held by it. 

Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased June ;;0, 1871, from United N. J. R. R. & Canal 619 
Co. and Phila. & Trenton R. R. for 999 j'ears; rental, 10 per cent on aipital stock (excluding 
7,050 shar»!S owned by United N. J. R. R. 6c Canal Co.;, taxes, assessments, etc. United N. J. 
K. I{. it Canal Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Sul)sidiary road, fixed money rental. Oporat<?d by Pennsylvania R. R. (which is lessee of the 620 
I'hila. & Trenton R. R.) under the lease dated Jan. 1, 1808, for 999 years from Feb. 18, 1803, 
to the Phila. At Tn»nton R. R., of the property of the old The Conn<?cting Ry., which lease 
by supplemental arrangement between the companies has been extended to cover the roads 
of the consolidated company. Rental equivalent to a dividend of 4 per cent per annum on 
the capital stock, interest on all outstanding bonds, and taxes. Pennsylvania R. R. owns 
entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 22, 1800, for the term of charter, to Camden 621 
<fc Amboy R. R., one of the constituent companies of United N. J. R. R. <t Canal ('o.; rental, 
i)er cent on capital stock; lease assigned to Pennsylvania R. R., by which road it has been 
operated since Nov. oO, 1871. United N. J. R. R. & Canal Co. owns majority of capital stock, 
upon which no dividend is paid. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 7, 1808, during corporate existence, to Cam- 
den & .\mboy R. R., one of the constituent companies of United N. J. R. R. <fc Canal Co.; 
rental, per cent on capital stock owned by others thah lessee ($15,000), per cent on $15,000 
of l)onds (now past due and taken up), and taxes. Lease assigned to Pennsylvania R. R. 
June 30, 1871. Majority of capital stock owned by United N. J. R. R. & Canal Co. and Penn- 
sylvania R. R. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract for 20 years from Aug. 1, 623 
19a'i, and thereafter until 00 days' notice by either party; rental, net earnings. Operating 
company owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 624 

do... , 626 

do ! 626 

do I 627 

do 628 

do 629 

do - 630 

do : 631 

do '..-. 632 ■ 



622 



180 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 




Narao of road. 


LINE OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


f&H 


Pennsylvania Railroad Company— Continued. 
Baltimore. Chesapeake and Atlantic Railway 
Company. 
Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Railway 
Company. 
Cumberland Valley Railroad Company 


yfiles. 

87.66 

77.18 

89.90 
« 33.65 

18.20 

21.40 

316.3.5 

5.46 

30.29 

9.68 
11.74 

18.32 

1.33 

112.00 

147.09 
99.61 

75.50 

19.70 

38.46 

1.10 


Miles. 


Miles. 
87.66 
82.62 

1 163.15 


Miles. 


534 




5.44 


53.'> 


7.70 


536 


Cumberland VaUey and Martinsburg Railroad 

Company. 
Cumberland VaUey and Waynesboro Railroad 

Company. 

Southern Pennsylvania Railway and Mining 
Company. 
Loner Island Railroad Comoanv 




537 








538 








539 




391.84 


.08 


540 


Jamaica and South Shore Railroad Company. . 

Long Island Railroad Company. North Shore 

Branch. 
Nashua Electric Railroad Company 




541 


• 




54? 


9.68 






543 


New York and Rockaway Beach Railway Com- 
pany. 

New York. Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach 
Railway Company. 

New York Connecting R^Uiroad Company 

New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad 
Company. 

Northern Central Railway Comnanv 






544 








545 




1.33 
112.00 

462.06 




546 




• 


547 


» .01 


« .02 


548 


Ehnira and Lake Ontario Railroad Company. . 

Elnilra and Williamsport Railroad Company. . 

Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Company 

Shamokin Valley and Pottsville Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Summit Branch Coal Company's Railroad 

York, Hanover and Frederick Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Baltimore and Sparrow's Point Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Union Railroad Company of Baltimore* 

Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington Rail- 
road Company. 
Catons\ille Short Lino Railroad Company 

Columbia and Port Deposit Railway Company. 
Delaware Railroad Company 


549 








^V) 








5.-)! 


.04 






5.\2 






553 


A5.60 


» .05 






W4 


5.43 




4.77 

9.50 
707.36 


» .66 

... 


555 


9.50 




6S6 
(137 


M7.89 

3.76 

42.68 

246.24 


3.85 


.31 


M8 








550 


> .27 








• 







1 Includes 33.65 miles lying in Group IV. 
s Lies in Group IV. 
* Decrease. 



STATISIICS OF BAILWAYS IX THE UNITED STATES. 



181 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownersliip of capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership o( majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Mar. 17, 1888, for i>9 years; rental, net earn- 
ings. I^essee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent mone}' rental. Operated under resolutions of directors of this 
company adopted Juno 7, 1901; this arrangement tcrmlnahlo at option of cither company on 
30 da^s* notice in writing; rental, net earnings. Cumb. Vy. R. R. owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Mar. 1, 1870, for 199 years; rental, net earn- 
ings. 

Oj)crating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I-rCased Jan. lf», 1905, terminable at the expiration of 2 
years; rental, S200. Les.sec owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under agreement dated July 1, 1902; rental, 
interest on bonds. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated at an annual rental of S60,000 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1904, for 50 years, and thereafter from 
year to year until terminated by CO days' notice from either party; rental, net earnings. Les- 
see owns majority of capital siock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 1, 1SS5. for 99 years from May 1, 1882, renew- 
able for like periods forever at option of lessee; rental. 5 per cent on preferred stock and Interest 
on bonds. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, contingent money rental. OjMjr.ated under agreement dated May 
31, 1904, terminable on 00 days' notice by either party; rental, S1,000, taxes, charges, and the 
entire cost of maintenance and operation. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated under a tralfic contract with Pennsyl- 
vania R. R. and Phila., wilm. & Bait. R. R. (now Phila., Bait. & Wash. R. R.). dated Mar. 
27, 1899, for a period of 15 years, during which I'ennsylvania R. R. has the option to purchase 
the entire capital stock of this company upon certain terms stated in the agreement. Also 
operates .36 miles of steamboat, tug, and barge line. 

Operating road, subsidiarj*. other reliitlon. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiarj' road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract in effect Jan. 1, 1887, and 
terminable at option of cither party on 30 days' notice In writing; net receipts, after paying 
charges for u:?o of equipment, paid to tliis company. Operating company owns entire capital 
ptock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I/oased Apr. 15, 1863, from May 1, 18G3, for 999 years; 
rental, 7 per cent on preferred and 5 per cent on common stock, interest on bonds, and $3,000 
for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 20, 189C, terminable on 60 days' written 
notice by either party; rental, $35,000 per annum. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 27, 1803, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. Lessee owns majority of capital stocK. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease at a rental of ll per annum 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated from June 1, 1902, under resolutions of 
boards of directors of both companies, adopted Apr. 30 and May 8. 1902, this arrangement 
being terminable at the option of either party on 30 days' notice; rental, net earnings. Penn- 
sylvania R. R. owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Under agreement of Jan. 1, 1889, road receives 20 
per cent of gross receipts of passenger, mail, and express service. Of ' 'line owned," .66 mile not 
m operation. 

Operating road, subsldlarj', other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 
capital stock. 

do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. A tonnage agreement, dated Sept. 26, 1904. provides 
for payment at the rate of 20 cents i)er ton on all freight hauled over the line. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of boards of directors 
of both companies, in effect June 1, 1902, this arrangement being terminable by either party 
on 30 days' notice; rental, net earnings. Phila., Bait. & Wash, R. R. owns entire capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 1, 1897, for 30 years, terminable there- 
after on 6 months' written notice from either party; rental, net earnings. Lessee owns major- 
ity of capital stock. 



533 

534 

535 
530 

537 

538 

539 

540 

541 

542 
543 

544 

545 

546 

547 
548 

549 

550 

551 

552 
553 

554 

555 
556 
557 
558 

559 



182 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



Name of road. 



mo 

561 
562 

563 

564 
565 



566 
567 



568 
569 

570 



571 
572 
573 

574 



575 

570 ' 



577 



578 

579 

580 
581 

582 
583 

584 
585 



Pennsylvania Railroad Company— Continued. 
I'hiladelphia. Baltimore and Washington Rail- 
road Company "Continued. 
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Railroad 
Company. 

Elkton and Middletown Railroad Company of 

Cecil County. 
Junction Railroad Company (of Philadelphia) . 

Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad , 
Company. ' 

Chester Creek Railroad Company 



Philadelphia and Delaware County Railroad 
Company. 



Rosslyn Connecting Railroad Company 

Waynesburg and Washington Railroad Company 

West Jersey and Seashore Railroad Company. . . 
Pennsylvania, Western and Ohio River Connecting 

Railway Company. 
People's Railway Company 



Philadelphia and Brigantine Railroad Company. 

Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company 

AUentown Railroad Company 



Allentown Terminal Railroad Company . 



Catawissa Railroad Company , 

Central Dock and Terminal Railway Company.. 



Chestnut Hill Railroad Company. 



Colcbrookdale Railroad Company. 



Delaware and Bound Brook Railroad Company. 



East Trenton Railroad Company 

East Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 



Little Schuylkill Navigation, Railroad and Coal 
Company. 
East Mahanoy Railroad Company 



Mill Creek and Mine Hill Navigation and Rail- 
road Company. 

Mine Hill and Schaylkill Haven Railroad Com- 
pany. 

1 Lies in Group TV. 



UNE OWNED. 



Length. 



^fiUs. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

19a"i. 



Jfiles. 



97.43 

.33 
2.96 

73.71 

0.69 
12.20 



» 2.69 
28.15 




13.90 I 
355.39 
4.45 

4.63 



102.95 
.39 

4.03 
12.84 

30.70 

3.00 • 
35.38 

31.48 
ia95 

3.81 
42.03 



» .10 
« 13.38 



LINE OPERATED. 



.38 



1 

s Decrease. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30. 

1905. 



.Viles. 



Milen. 



» 3.16 
28.15 



335.23 ! 

.75 .. 

4.40 . 



2.20 



992.94 a 13.57 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 183 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Subsidiary road, contingent moncv rental. Operated under agreement dated Aug. 1, 1885, in 560 
effect July 1, 1885, terminable on 30 days' notice by either party; rental, net earnings. Oper- 
ating company owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Agreement dated July 3, 1900, by which road is operated and .'.61 
maintained at cost; terminable at option of either company upon 30 days' written notice. 

Subsltliary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 1, 1899, for 50 years; rental, G per cent on 562 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, and 11,000 for organization expenses. Lessee owns 
majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated as agent, under agreement dated Aug. 1, 5C3 
in effect Sept. 1, 1881; rental, net earnings. Operating company owns majority of capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan, 13, 1868, for 999 years; rental, 6 percent on 564 
$18.'),000 capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under resolutions of boards of directors 565 
of both companies, adopted, respectively. June 26 and June 29, 1S94; this arrangement termi- 
nable on 30 days' notice from either party; rental, net earnings. Tennsylvama R. R. owns 
majority of capital stock. 

Operating road , subsidiary, other relation. Controlleil through ownership of entire capital stock .566 

Operating roa<l, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- • 567 
tal stocK by Chartlers Uy., a majority of the capital stock of which Is owned by Pennsylvania 
Co. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Also operates 2 miles of ferry .%8 

Operating road, independent 569 

Operating road, independent. The People's Ry. maintains its tracks from Pottsvillo to Mln- 570 

ersville, but cars arc moved over these tracks by Lehigh Vy. R. R., Phlla. & Read. Ry., and 

Pottsville Union Traction Co., under traffic agreement. This company does not fix rates and 

does not collect tolls, but has charge of movement of trains by the several companies. 

Independent road. "Line owned" not In operation 571 

Operating road, lndei>endent 572 

Subsidiao' road, contingent money rental. Oixrated under agreement; expenses of operation 573 

sustained by Phila. & Read. Ry., which also pn vs 30 por cent of gross receipts to this company. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental, I>eiised J ulv 10. 1889. for 990 years to Lehigh Coal & Nav. 574 

Co. and Phila. and Read. R. R. (reorganized as Phila. & Read. Ry.^; rental, $40,500 and taxes. 

Lehigh Coal <t Nav, Co. assigned the lease on the same date to Cent. R. R. of N. J., which com- 
pany operates the road jointly with l^hila. & Read. Ry. 
Subsidiary roa<i, fixed money rental. Leastid Dec. 1, 18y(), for 999 years; rental, 5 per cent on 575 

proforred capital stock, intcro.«'t on bonds, and $8,000 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 30, 1891, until Mar. 31. 1910, to Phila. & Read. 576 

R. R.; rental, 5 per cent on cost of constniction. L^afe assimied by Phila. & Read. Ry. Nov. 

30, 18%, but road turned over to Philadelphia <fe Reading Coal & Iron Co., by which rental 

charge is assumed and road used for switching purposes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed m.oney rental. leased Dec. 2, 1870, to Phila. & Read. R. R. (now Phila. 577 

<k Read. Ry.) for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on capital stock and $300 for organization 

expenses. \ 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. I.<eascd Jan. 17, 1870, to Phila. <t Read. R. R. for 20 578 

years from Jan. 1, 1870, and continued thereafter; IcsFee pays all operating expenses, and as 

rental a sum equal to 30 per cent of gross receipts. Lease assumed by Phila. <t Re^id. Ry. 

Dec. 1, lim. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 14, 1879, from May 1, 1879. to P'nila. <fe Read. 579 

R. R. (now Phila. <fe Read. Ry.) for 990 years; rental, 8 per cent on capital stock, interest on 

funded and floating debt, $6,000 for organization expenses, and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Leased with Del. & Bouna Brk. R. R. to Phila. <t Read. Ry. 580 

Entire capital stock owned by Del. & Bound Brk. R. R. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 16, 1869, to l*hila. & Read. R. R. for 999 years 581 

from May 1, 1869; rental, 6 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. Lease 

assumed by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 1896. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 4, 1897, from Doc. 1, 1896, for 999 years; 582 

rental, $129,393 and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I^eased to Little Schuyl. Nav., R. R. & Coal Co., Dec. 1, 583 

1896, for 999 years. Subleaised same date to Phila. & Read. Ry.; rental, 5 per cent on capital 

stock and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 25, 1861, to Phila. <fe Read. R. R. for 999 years; 584 

rental, $33,000 and taxes. Lease assumed by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 1806. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 12, 1864, to Phila. & Read. R. R. (now PhUa. 585 

& Read. Ry.) lor 909 yean; rental, 6 per cent on capital stock. n 



184 KEPOKT or THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milsagk 



No. 



5SG 

587 
588 

589 

590 

591 



592 

693 

6^1 I 

i 

595 

590 I 

i 

597 

598 
599 

600 

601 

602 
603 
604 



605 

606 
607 
608 

609 

610 
611 

612 
613 

614 

615 
616 



Name of road. 



Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company- 
Continued. 

Mount Carbon and Port Carbon Railroad Com- 
pany. 

New York ^ort Line Railroad Company 

Norristown and Main Line Connecting Railroad 
Company. 

Norristown Junction Railroad C<Hnpany 

North Pennsylvania Railroad Company 

Philadelphia and Frankford Railroad Company.. 



Philadelphia and Reading Terminal Railroad 
Company. 

Philadelphia, Oermantown and Norristown 
Railroad Company. 

Plymouth Railroad Company 

Philadelphia, Uarrisburg and Pittsburgh Rail« 
road Company. 

Reading Belt Railroad Company 

Schuylkill and Lehigh Railroad Company 



Schuylkill Valley Navigation and Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Shamokin, Sunbury and I^wisburg Railroad 
Company. 

Wilmington and Northern Railroad Comjiany... 

Atlantic City Railroad Company 




Catasauqua and FogelsviUe Railroad Company. . 
Chester and Delaware River Railroad Company. 
(Jcttysburg and Uarrisburg Railway Comi»ny. . 



Middletown and Htunmetstown Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Northeast Pennsylvania Railroad Company 



Perkiomen Railroad Company. 

Philadelphia and Chester v alley Railroad C-om- 

pany. 
Philadelphia, Newtown and Now York Railroad 

Company. 

Pickering Valley Railroad Company 

Port Reading Railroad Company 




LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



Reading and Columbia Railroad Company 

Readmg, Marietta and nanoyer Railroad Com- ! 
pany. 
Rupert and Bloomsbuig Railroad Company 



Stony Creek Railroad Company 

Tamaqim, HasleCoo and Northern Railroad 
Company. 

I Decroasc. 



MiUs. 



2.50 

9.38 
.75 

.37 

8&40 

2.71 
1.30 

2a 96 

8.^ 
47.10 

7.38 
4«.94 

ia96 
31.29 

8&41 

167.55 

29.50 

&35 

42.45 

6.35 

25.89 
.18.33 
23 93 

21.73 

11.21 
21.21 

53.37 
6.36 

L67 

10.07 
9.91 



Miles. 



9.38 



.12 



1 .02 



» .01 



02 



Miles. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

«ith 
June 30, 

1905. 



167.55 

29 50 

5.35 

34 07 



6.35 

25.80 
3a 33 
2a 93 

21.73 

11.21 
21.21 

9kT% 



1.57 

iao7 

1191 



Miles. 



» .01 



.02 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 185 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



do 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated for the owners by Phila. <^- Head. Hy. . 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Subsidiary in the sense that' the directors consider 
a close working alliance with Phila. A: Read. Ry. advantageous to the property. 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock 

Operating road, substdiary, other relation. Subsidiary in the sense that the directors consider 
a close working alliance with Phila. & Read. Ry. advantageous to the property. 

do 

do 



589 
500 

591 
592 
593 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Phila. & Read. R. R. Mar. 5, 1860, for 50 years 586 

from Jan. 1, 18G0; rental, $36,250. Lease assumed by Phila. & Read. Ky. Dec. 1, 1896. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. " Line owned " not m operation I 687 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1904, for 999 years; rental, 4 per cent on 588 

capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated by consent of owners, Phila. & Read. Ry. pay- 
ing interest on bonds and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 14 1879, from May 1, 1879, to Phila. & Read. 

R. R. (now Phila. & Road. Ry.) for 990 years; rental^ ^ J^'^ ^^^ ^^ capital stock, interest on 

bonds and floating debt, taxes, and $12,000 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, contingent moiiey rental. Leased Mav 4, 1894; rental, 25 per cent of gross 

receipts, to 1)€ applied by the trustees to the pajTnent of interest on first-mortgage bonds. 

Tenure of lfta?.o contingent on the payment of certificate for arrears of interest and floating 

debt held by the trust^s. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1891, to Phila. & Read. R. R. for 999 years; 

lessee pays all operating expenses, and in addition a sura sulficient for the payment of interest 

on bonds issued oy les.see for construction of Phila. A- Read. Tenn. R. R. and buildings. Lease 

assumed by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 1896. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I>easod Nov. 10, lvS70, to Phila. & Read. R. R. for 999 

years; annual rental, S269,'623 and $8,000 for organization expenses. L^ase transferred to 

Phila. & Read. Ry. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Included in lease of Phila., Germant. & Norrist. R. R. to 594 

I'hila. <k Read. Ry. , 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 15, 1890, to Phila. & Read. R. R. for 999 I 595 

years; rental, $200,000 per annum and taxes. Lease assumed by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 

1896. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1902, for 999 years; rental, 4 per cent on • 596 

capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fi.xed money rental. Leased Apr. 11, 1883, to Phil. & Read. R. R. for 900 years 

from May 1, 18X3; lessee to pay all operating expenses and financial obligations of lessor. 

I^ase assumed by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 1896, and modified by agreement May 2, 1898, 

fi.xing the rental at $27,000 and taxes. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 25, 1F61, to Phila. & Read. R. R. for 999 598 

ycjirs; rental, S_M,4o0 and taxes. Leujre assiuned by Phila. & Read. Ry. Dec. 1, 1896. 
Sul>£idiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 2, 188^J, to Phila. & Read. R. R. for 599 

OifJ years: lessee pays all operating expenses and financial obligations of lessor. Lease as- 
sumed by I'hihi. & liead. Ry. Dec. 1, 1896. 
Subsidiary roid, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1900, for y^J years; rental, 3^ per cent on 600 

capital stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Subsidiary in the sense that the directors consider 601 

a c\oso working alliance with Phila. <t Read. Ry. advantageous to the property. 

do 602 

do 603 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Subsidiary in the sense that the directors consider , 604 

a close working alliance with Phila. & Road. Ry. advantageous to the property. '* Line ' 

owned" includes 8.38 miles leased to Hunters Run & Slate Belt R. R., July 13, liOl (before ■ 

the formation of Gcttysb. & Ilarrisb. Ry.), for 999 years, without monetary or i>roperty con- , 

sidoration. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Subsidiarj' in the sense that tlic directors consider . 005 

a close working alliance with Phila. & Read. Ry. advantageous to the property. 

do j 6C6 

do 607 

do I 608 



597 



609 

610 
611 

612 
613 

614 

615 
616 



186 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE' COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



017 

bis 

619 
620 
621 



622 
623 

624 

625 

626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
634 

635 
636 
637 
638 
639 

640 
641 

642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
049 
050 
051 
052 
053 

054 

655 
650 
657 
658 
659 
000 

061 

662 
663 



664 
665 
666 
667 



Name of road. 



Philadelphia Belt Line Railroad Company 

Pitts])urgh and Allegheny River Railroad Company 
Pittsburgh, Allegheny and McKees Rocks Railroad 

Company. 
Pittsburg, Shawmut and Northern Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Clarion River Railway Company 



Kersey Railroad Company 

Rochester, IlomcUsviilo and Lackawanna Rail- 
road Company. 

Pittsburg, Summerville and Clarion Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Pittsburg, Westmoreland and Somerset Railroad 
Company. 

Portland and Northern Railway Company 

Poughkeepsie and Eastern Railway Company 

Preston Railroad Company. 

Quakertown and Eastern Railroad Company 

Rah way Valley Railroad Company 

Raritan River Railroad Company 

Rtiritan Terminal and Transportation Company . . 

Reynolds ville and Falls Creek Railroad Company. 

Rockdale Railroad Company 



Rural Valley Railroad 

Saint Clair Terminal Railroad Company 

Saint Marys and Western Railroad Company. 

Scootac Railway Company 

Scottdale Connecting Railroad Company 



Scranton and Spring Brook Railroad Company 

Scranton, Dunmore and Moosic Lake Railroad 
Company. 

Silver Lake Railway Company 

Skaneatcles Railroad Company 

Slate Run Railroad Company 

South Buffalo Railway Company 

South Shore Railroad Company 

Sterling Mountain Railway Company 

Stewartstown Railroad Company 

Strosburg Railroad Company 

Susquehanna and Buffalo Railroad Company 

Susquehanna and Eagles Mere Railroad 

Susquehanna and Now York Railroad Company... 

Susquehanna, Bloomsburg and Berwick Railroad 
Company. 

Susquehanna River and Western Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Tuckerton Railroad Company 

Tuscarora Valley Railroad Company. 

Ulster and Delaware Railroad Company (The) 

Unadilla Valley Railway Company 

Union Railroad Company (of Pennsylvania) 

Monongahela Southern Railroad CNompany 



Slackwater Connecting Railroad Company. 



Union Transportation Company , 

Pemborton and Illghtstown Railroad Company, 



Ursina and North Fork Railway Company. . 
Valley Rail road Company (of Pennsylvania) . 

Kinxua Tlcralock Railroad Company 

Vinton Lumber Company's Railroad 



LINE OWKED. 



Length. 



Miles. 

4.68 
2.00 
1.50 

154.77 

12.00 



11.90 
10.28 

20.52 

25.60 

12.25 
34.99 
16.00 
15.00 
10.00 
21.75 

1.00 
23.06 

3.25 

4.70 
6.70 
8.82 
6.17 
1.00 

9.00 
10.00 

6.86 

5.00 

18.00 

5.91 

2.00 

7.60 

7.20 

5.35 

2.50 

3 20.00 

55.19 

43.00 

13.60 

30.75 
27.00 
128.90 
19.14 
14.88 
7.10 

1.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
' parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



-- . 



24.37 



5.00 

1.00 

7.91 

10.00 



Miles. 



,o; 



LINE OPERATED. 



2.01 

» 1.40 



.80 



6.03 
L25 



8.82 



50 



1.02 



20.00 
» .19 



3.39 



» .06 



1 4.fi0 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

loa*. 



Miles. 

6.68 
2.00 
L50 

206.87 



20.52 

25.60 

12.25 
3a 99 
16.00 
15.00 
10.00 
2L75 

LOO 
23.06 

3.26 

4.70 
&70 
&82 
6.17 
LOO 



10.00 

6.86 

6.00 

18.00 

8.91 

2.00 

7.60 

7.20 

6.36 

2.50 

S20.00 

65.19 

43.00 

13.60 

29.00 
27.00 
128.00 
19.14 
31.02 



24.42 



6.00 
10.41 



10.00 



MiUs. 



.07 



2.01 
1 L40 



80 



6.03 
L26 



&82 



19.00 
.50 



1.02 



2a 00 
» .19 



8.21 



M.aQi 



> Decrease. 



> UnoflScial flgarei. 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 187 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Tracks owned by Park Steel Co. 
Operating road, independent 



Operating road, independent. F. S. Smith, Receiver; appointed Aug. 1, 1905. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Pittsb., Shawmut & Nn. R. R., which owns entire capital 
stock, receives all earnings, out of which it pays exi>en8e8 of operation and maintenance and 
taxes. 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Pittsb.. Shawmut & Nn. R. R. receives all earnings, out of 
which it pays expenses of operation and mainteuance and taxes. 

Operating road, independent 



.do, 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



Operating road, independent. Of '♦ line owned," 1.75 miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 1, 1906, for 999 years; rental, interest on 

bonds and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1898, for 2 years, and until terminated by 

notice; rental, 6 por cent on capital stock, and taxes. 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 31, 1888. A subsequent agreement, dated 

July, 31, 1896, fixes the rental at $1,389 per annimi for 3 years from that date, and from year to 

year thereafter, until terminated at the end of any year by notice given by either party 6 

months prior thereto. Lessee pays rental to Pennsylvania R. R. 

Operating road, indei)endent 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1 , 1905, at an annual rental of $1 

Private road 



No. 



617 
618 
619 

620 

621 

622 
623 

624 

625 

626 



Operating road, independent. J.J. Slocum, Receiver; appointed June 17, 1898 027 

Operating road, independent 

do ." 

do 

do..-. 



628 
629 
630 
631 

do ...i 632 

do i 633 

Operating road, independent. At present operated for the accommodation of the Rockdale 634 
Powder Co. 

Operating road, independent 635 

do I 636 

do ' 637 

do 638 

Operating road, independent. Owned by United States Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Co., which 639 
has not yet transferred its interest to this company. 

Independent road. " Line owned '' not in operation 640 

Opcratmg road, independent 641 



642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 

654 

655 
656 
657 
658 
l>59 
660 

661 

662 
663 



664 
665 
666 
667 



188 KEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table I.— Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


1 1 
3 4 5 

i 




Name of road. 


LINE OWNED. LINE OPEBATED. 

I 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

loas. 


Length. 


Increase 
a« shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


668 


Washington, Potomac and Chesapeake Railroad 

Company. 
Washinfirton Run Railroad Company 


Miles. 
23.00 


Miles. 
2.00 


Milrn. 
21.00 


Miles. 


669 


4.00 

22.46 

1 390.11 

4.55 

26.52 




4.00 
22.46 




670 


West ^e Belt Railroad Company 






671 


Wost<>m Maryland RftlIro«d <^mi>AnF - 


297.63 


1 543.62 


277.02 


672 


Baltimore and Cumberland valley Railroad 
Company. 

Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Railroad Ex- 
tension Company. 

Baltimore and Cumbeiland Valley Railway Com- 
pany. 
Baltimore and llarrisl)urg Railway Company 

Baltimore and Ilarrisburg Railway Company, 
Eastern Extension. 

Baltimore and Hanisburg Railway Company, 

Western Extension. 
Wasliington and Franklin Railway Company 

Westinghouse Inter-Works Railway Company . . . 

Wharton and Northern Railroad Company 

White Deer and Loganton Railway Company 

Wilcox Railroad 


073 




1 


674 


3.03 
06.00 

10.60 

15.00 

19.11 

.50 

20.57 
5.00 
8.50 
26.00 
12.00 
46.00 

10.07 








675 




• 


676 








677 








678 




< 


679 

680 

681 


.50 

20.57 
5.00 


5. CO 
20.57 


5.00 
20.57 


682 


8.50 
27.25 
12.00 
96.11 




683 


Wilkes Barre and Hazleton Railway Company 

Williams Valley Railroad Company 






684 







685 
686 


Williamsport and North Branch Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Eagles Mere Railroad Company 


«2.00 


7:» 


687 


Wyoming and Pond Creek Railroad Company 


2.00 





2.00 
.44 




688 


Youghiogheny and Wick Haven Railroad Com- .44 






669 


panv. 
Youghiogheny Central Railway Company 


11.70 




■ 

■ 1 












1 



> Includes 198.14 miles lying in Group IV. 



* Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 189 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating roaxl, independent. Of " line ONvncd," 2 uuios leasod to and operated liy Ches. B. Ry . , 



Operating road, independent 

do-^ 

do 

Sul)sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1879, for 50 years, with right of i-enewal 
for like term; rental, interest on bonds and taxes. Lessee ovma entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fljced money rental. Leased July 1, 1881, for SO years, with privilege of re- 
newing lease for like period or periods; rental, 7 per cent on S270,0Q0 capital stock, 5 per cent on 
$120,600 capital stock, per cent on $230,000 first-mortgage Iwnds, and taxes. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I>ea8ed July 1, 1879, for fiO years, with ri^t of renewal 
for like term; rental, interest on bonds and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 25, 1886, for SO years, with right of renewal, 
in consideration for which lessee guarantees fixed charges. Lessee owna majority of capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Wn. Md. R. R. and Bait. & Ilarrisb. Ry. from 
Jan. 14, 1891, for 50 years, with right of renewal from time to time forever. Wn. Md'. R. R. 
pays, in addition to cost of maintenance, 6 i)er cent on l)onds of Poi. Vy. R. R.(now merged in 
Wn, Md.R. R.) expended for construction of Bait. &. Ilarrisb. Ry., En. Ex. Wn. Md. li. R. 
owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased June 1 , 1SS9. for 50 years; rental, interest on bonds. 
Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1901, for 995 years; rental, 6 per cent on 
capital stock and interest on bonds. 

Operating road, independent. Operated in connection with various Westinghouse W^orks in 
Turtle Creek Valley, Pa. 

Operating road, independent 

Independent road. " Line o\%Taed " not in operation 

Private road. Operated under lease by G. u. Bowley to haul limiljer and pulpwood 

Operating road, independent. Entire capital stock owned by Wilkes Barre 6i llazletofl R. R 

Operating road, independent 

do 



668 

069 
C70 
671 
672 

073 



674 
675 

676 



677 

678 

679 

680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 

686 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 1. 1901. for 99 years; rental. $i).000 

Operating road, independent i 687 

Operating road, indei)endent. Operated by i^ittsburgh Coal Co ' 088 

Independent road; *' Line owned " not in operation ' 689 



190 KEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



693 
694 
695 
G96 
138 



697 



698 
699 



700 
701 

702 

703 
704 

705 



706 

707 

708 

709 

710 
711 
712 

713 
714 
715 

716 

717 



718 



Name of road. 



Total— Group III, 



690 I Addyston and Ohio River Railroad Company. 

691 I Akron and Barborton Belt Railroad Company. 

692 ' Allegheny and South Side Railway Company. . 



Allegheny Junction Railroad Company 

Arcadia and Betsey River Railway Company 

Ashland and Western Railroad Company 

Athens, Amesville and Chaunce\' Railway Company 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company's 

[Line between Ohio Kiver and Vin- 
ocnnes, Indiana.] 
Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad 
Company. • 

TLine east of Vincenncs, Indiana.] 
MahoQing Valley Western Railroad Company . . 
Pittsburgh and Northern Railroad Company. . . 



Pittsburgh and Western Railroad Company, 
- - tc 



Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Pittsburgh, Painesville and Falrport Railway 

Company. 
Trumbull and Mahoning Railroad Company 
Cleveland, Lorain and Wheeling Railway Com- 
pany. 
Saint ClairsviUo and Northern Railroad Com- 
pany. 



C( 



Cleveland Terminal and Valley Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Sandyville and Wayncsburg Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Ohio and Little Kanawha Railroad Company. . . 

Sharps ville Railroad Company 



Bay Terminal Railroad Company 

Beaver Valley Railroad Company 

Bedford and w allner Railroad Company 



Bedford Stone Raihvav Company. 



Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company 

Pittsburg, Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad 
Company. 

Meadvilie, Conneaut Lake and Linesvilie Rail- 
road Company. 

Western Allegheny Railroad Company 



LINE OWNED. 



UNE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. I 
24,769.09 I 



» 7.20 

26.06 

5.00 



1.00 
2L00 
2L78 

4.33 
768.34 



546.^1 



4^22 
3.30 



* 216. 28 
61.07 

53.00 

7.61 
190.95 

3.33 



saso 

5.92 

72.04 

17.75 

1.10 

3.50 

« 5.00 

2.96 

8.87 

« 175.03 

21.74 

21.20 



82.82 



MiUs. 
214. 87 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
126,304.51 



» 7.20 

26.06 

5.00 



1.00 

2L00 

21.78 

4.33 

* 1,727.12 



.a'i 



14.67 



• 10.88 



• 3.7: 



194.28 



• .10 

5.66 

« .18 

• i.'ss' 

« 2.16 



12.82 



92.72 



74.26 

17.75 

LIO 

3.50 

« 5.00 

2.96 
» 210.50 



2L26 



82.82 



Miles. 
142.37 



.07 



• .10 



5.00 

• .18 
• 2.40 



12.82 



Boyne City, Gaylord and Alpena Railroad Com- 
pany. 

1 Includes 625.46 miles not in United States, which covers 244.30 miles operated by Wabaish Railroad 
under trackage rights, 
s UnofUcial figures. 
» See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

* Includes 60.45 miles lying in Group II and 3.14 miles lying in Group V. 
ft Includes 60.45 miles lying in Group II. 

• Decrpiisc. 

T Includes 13.00 miles lying fn Group II. 
> Includes 21.04 miles lying in Group II. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 191 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, independent. Road consists of side tracks and spurs connecting with various 
iron works and other industries in South I'ittsburg. Tracks are owned and kept up by inter- 
ests of the Oliver Iron & Steel Co. 

Operating road, independent. *' Road constructed for convenience of Carbon Steel Co." 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, indejwndent. Coal road. Train service furnished by Hock. Vy. Ry 

Operating road, independent. ' * Line owned ' ' includes 33.03 miles of double track Iwtween New- 
ark, Ohio, and CoUmibus, Ohio, owned jointly with Piitsb., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry., neither 
company lx>ing restricted to the separate use of one track. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Road originally constructed as a narrow gauge line,'but at 
present only a stage line is operated over its right of way, in order that the charter of the rail- 
way may bo maintained. Operating expenses charged "to Bait. & Ohio R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock... 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock , 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal StOCK. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Leased May 5, 1903, for 99 years, terminable on six months' 
previous notice by trustees of St. Clairsv. & Nn. R. R., the principal conditions of lease being 
that lessee is to keep the road in good repair, assure safe operating conditions, furnish motive 
power and equipment, and also snail save harmless the village of St. Clairsville and the trus- 
tees of the St. Clairsv. & Nn. R. R. from any liability for debt or damage growing out of the 
operation of the property. The lessee assumed operation Aug. 1, 1903. 

Operating road, suosidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1899, lessor recei\ing full amount of 
earnings. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. O. M. Mcllvain, Receiver; appointed Jan. 21, 1897. 

Operating road, independent 

do, 

Operating road, indei)endent. Principal business, hauling stone from Wallner and adjacent 
quarries. 

Operating road, independent f 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 31, 1901, for 999 years from Apr. 1, 1901 ; rental, 
6 per cent on j)referred stock, 3 per cent on common stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assess- 
ments, etc. Of "line owned," 8.04 miles leased to and operated bv Union R. R. (of Pa.)- 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1891, fnr 99 years; rental, 25 per 
cent of gross earnings, which is guaranteed to cover interest on bonds. Included in lease 
to Bessemer & L. Erie R. R. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Temporary arrangement dated Nov. 12, 1903, ter- 
minable on GO days' written notice by either party, whereby the operating company furnishes 
engrine, trains, and engine crews, etc., this company to pay cost in connection therewith and 
rental for use of equipment furnished, and is credited with actual revenue derived from opera- 
tion. 

Operating road , independent 



No. 



090 
601 
692 



693 
694 
095 
696 
138 



697 



698 
699 



700 
701 

702 

703 
704 

705 



706 

707 

708 

709 

710 
711 
712 

713 
714 
716 

716 

717 



718 



12689—07 13 



192 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COTfetNiilSSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 3 

LINE OWNED. 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


line operated. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


719 


BridKO Railroad Company 


Miles. 

1.10 
3.00 
3.10 
117.54 
1.44 

4.57 

1.50 

1 .91 

36.66 
606.79 

9.22 

8.31 

55.30 

5.63 
28.50 

54.00 

320.67 

18.05 
13.51 
91.39 

174.73 

17.56 
141.82 

3.15 

8.81 

a 10 

1,872.57 
a*. 47 


! Miles. 


Miles. 

1.10 
3.00 
3.10 
127.04 
1.44 

4.57 


1 Miles. 


7*^ 


Brookfield Railroad Company 




1 


721 


Carman and Jefferson Railroad 


' 3.10 


a 10 

1 


7VW 


Central Indiana Railway Company 


723 


Central Union Depot and Raiiway Company of 
Cincinnati. 

Cheswick and Il^rmar Railroi^d Company 






724 






725 


Chicago and Kalamazoo Terminal Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Chicago and South Bend Railroad Company 

Chicago and Wabash Valley Railway Company 

Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Railway 
Company. 
Indiana Stone Railroad Company 






72f. 




» .91 

36.66 
> 591.45 




727 
728 

729 


4.66 
« .06 


laeo 

« .06 


730 


Indianapolis and Louisville Railway Company.. 
Chioacro. Kalamazoo and Sairinaw Railwav Com- 


« 2.90 


, , 




731 


55.30 

5.63 
28.50 

54.00 

833.08 




pany. 
732 1 Cincinnati and Westwood Railroad Company 






733 Cincinnati. Bluffton and Chicasro Railroad Com- 


• •.>•••••• 


1 


734 
735 


pany. 
Cincinnati, Georgetown and Portsmouth Railroad 

Company. 
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Com- 
pany. < 

[Line in Indiana and Ohio. J 
Bowling Green Railroad Company 


7.00 


7.00 
176.01 


73r» 




737 


Cincinnati and Davton Railwav Comnanv 






1 


738 Cincinnati, Findlay and Fort'Wayiie Railway 

Company. 

739 Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Western Railway 












« naoi 


1 Company. * 

1 [Linn In Indiana and Ohio.] 
740 Cohimbus, Findlay and Northern Railroad Com- 






741 Davton and Michigan Railroad Comnanv 








74? 


Home Avenue Railroad Company 


.GO 






743 


• 

Piqua and Troy Branch Railroad Company 

Hamilton Belt Railway Company 






744 1 


a 10 
n.7o 


a 10 
2,038.76 


a 10 ■ 


745 


Pcre Marquette Railroad Company 


1 

11. M 


746 


ChioAirn And Wmit Mlchifirnn RailwAV (^nmnan v . 




747 OrflTuT RAnidfl. KAlkAskii. fl.nd RniithAAfitAm 






. 1 


748 
749 


Railroad'Company. 
Pero Marauette Railroad of Indiana 


2a 70 
254.00 

31.27 

l,20a70 

3.90 






1 


Chicasro. Cincinnati and LouiavillA Railroad 




254.00 

31.27 

• l,4ft7.W 


« 37. 61 


Company. 

750 Toledo Railway and Tenninal Company 

751 Cipvpland. Cincinnati. Chififum and Saint Louis 




1 




1 
48.37 


752 


Railway Company. < 

[Line east of Torre Haute, Indiana.] 
Cincinnati and Southern Ohio River Railroad 
Company. 















» UnofHcialflgurBS. 
* Decrpase. 



* Includes 2.71 miles lying in Group V and 19.86 miles Ijrini^ln Group VI. 

* See Supplement '* A^' at end of Table for totals ooveiing entire rood. 

* Includes 0.77 mile lying in Group V. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 193 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190C — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Operating road, independent. Operated by the American Bridge Co 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Sharon Fire Brick Co 

Trivat*^ road. Owned and operated by Wayne Coal Co 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Road established and maintained for the purpose of fumishiiur 

tcnninal facilities for the passenger business of several roads using it, the expenses of which 

are borne by the diflferent companies on a wheelage basis. 
Operating road, independent. Used under temporary arrangement for shifting purposes by 

Pennsylvania and Bessemer & L. Erie R. Rs. 
Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 



Operating road, independent. Oi)erated in connection with the business of Studebaker Broth- 
ers Manufacturing Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Su])sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 1, 1899, for 99 years; rental, interest on bonds, 
which are to Ix? redeemed by lessee at their maturity. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Sul)sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1906, for 99 years; rental, 4 per cent on civpi- 
tal stock, interest on bonds, and taxes. Lessee ovms entire capital stock and road is included 
in its sidings. 

Operating road, independent 



719 
720 
721 
722 
723 



724 

725 

726 

727 
728 

729 

730 

731 



do 732 

.do ! ' 733 



Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and electricity 734 

Operating road, independent. J. Harmon, Receiver; appointed Dec. 4, 1905 735 



I 



730 
737 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1903, for 99 years, subject to renewal, j 738 

rental, interest on bonds, and one-half of remaining net surplus. lessee owns entire capital 

stock. 
Subsidiarj' road, other reliition. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



,do. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1863, to Cin., Ham. &. Day. R. R. in perpe- 
tuity; lease modified June 23, 1870, and assmued by Cin., Ham. <& Day. Ry, July 8, 1895; rental. 
3^ per cent on conmion stock, 8 per cent on preferred stock, interest on bonds, and organi- 
zation expenses. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1897, in perpetuity; rental, dividends 
on capital stock, rate wing based upon earnings; provided, however, that such rate shall at 
no time l)e less than 3 nor more than 5 per cent per annum. Lessee x>ays all taxes, assessments, 
and maintenance of roadl)ed and rolling stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiarj', other relation. Under agreement dated Apr. 15, 1895, Cin., Ham. 
& Day. Ry. furnishes motive power for switching cars over the tracks of this company. 

Operating road, su]>sidiary, other relation. J. Harmon, Receiver; appointed Dec. 4, 1905 

Siil)sidiary road, other relation. Operated by Pere Marquette R. R. under trackage contract. . 

Subsidiary- road, other relation. Mileage included in that of I'ere Marquette R. R 



Subsidiary- road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 

stock. J. Hannon, Receiver; appointed Jan. 3, 190<». 
Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Cin., Indpls., St. L. & Chic. Ry. furnished all money to con- 
struct this road. Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry. now owns all of the securities, operating it as 
a branch of its own line. 



739 

740 
741 

742 



743 
744 

745 
746 
747 

748 
749 

750 

751 

752 



194 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE CTOltfMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


2 


3 

^TNED. 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


LINE o^ 


LINE OPEBATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 


753 


Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Saint Louis 
Railway Company— Continued. 

[Line east of Terre ITaute, Indiana.] 
Columbus, Hopo and Greensburg Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Fairland, Franklin and Martinsville Railroad 

Company. 
Harrison Branch Railroad Company 


2&21 

37.84 

7.70 
44.39 

208.14 

31.80 
1 2.60 

2.00 

21&55 

23.00 
42 00 
22.82 
a66 
17.05 

.53 

2.33 

51.50 

343.26 

47.60 

6&28 

L17 

392.40 
29L00 

&37 

25w60 

1.11 

ISlOO 

42a 82 

123.94 


Afiles. 


Miles. 


MOes. 


754 








755 








756 


Vernon, Greensburg and Rusnville Railroad 

Company. 
Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company 








757 




247.59 

47.00 
1 2.60 

2.00 

21&55 

12.00 
42.00 
22.82 
3.66 
23.10 

.53 

lass 

5L50 

343.26 

78.90 

6a28 

1.17 

435.64 
291.00 




758 


Dayton and Union Railroad Company 






759 


Louisville and Jeflersonville Bridge Company . . . 
Mount Oilcad Short Lino Railway 






760 






• 

761 


Peoria and Eastern Railwav Company « 


• 




762 


[Line east of Danville, Illinois.] 
Cobbs and Mitchell Logging Railway 


2100 


12 00 


763 


Columbus and Lake Michigan Railroad Company.. 

Columbus and Southern Railway Company 

Coshocton Railroad 


764 
7^1 


.82 


.82 


766 
767 


Dayton, Lebanon and Cincinnati Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Dayton Union Railway Company 






» 1.07 


« 1.07 
1L50 


1 
1 

768 


Delray Connecting Railroad Company 


769 


Detroit and Charlevoix Railroad Company 




770 
771 


Detroit and Mackinac Railway Company 


12.72 


12 72 


Dotroit and Toledo Shore Line Ruilroad'ComnRnv. 


772 ' Dotroit Monroe and Toledo Short Line Railway 

Company. 

773 Detroit Terminal Railway and Transportation 
'■ Company. 

774 ' Dfitrnit. Tolpdo and Ironton Ra.il wav Comnanv 


12.28 
1.17 


12 28 
1.17 


775 

770 

777 ' 
778 
779 
284 


Ann Arbor Railroad Company 






Detroit Union Railroad Depot and Station Com- 
pany. 

East Jordan and Southern Railroad Company 

El wood, Anderson and Lapel Railroad Company.. 
Empire and Southeastern Railroad 


.5.13 

7.00 

.01 

5.00 

» 1.00 


» 3.24 

7.00 

.01 

5.00 

> 1.00 


25.60 

1.11 

15.00 

584.88 


Erie Railroad Company • 


780 


(Line west of Salamanca, New York.] 
Cleveland and Mahoninir Vailev Railwav Com- 


i pany. 

1 









1 Includes 1.38 miles lying in Group V. 

> See Supptament "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 



> Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 196 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Cin., Indpls., St. L. & Chic. Ry. owned all the 
l)onds and a majority of capital stock, and operated the road from May, 1884, applying the 
not earnings toward payment of interest on bonds. By virtue of the consolidation of Cin., 
Indpls., St. L. & Chic. Ry. with others, on July 1, 1889, into Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry., 
the rights and obligations were vested in the latter company, which owns the entire capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . . 

Operating road, sul)sidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation 

Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Stock owned by Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L. and 
Ches. & Ohio Rys., two-thirds and one-third, respectively. Principal and interest of bonds 
are guaranteed by the railway companies in the same proportion. 

Operating road, subsidiary, contingent money rental. Leased for 20 years from Apr. 15, 1880, 
the agreement being renewable for 99 years; rental, one-third of net earnings. Operated 
under this agreement, without formal renewal, since Apr. 15, 1900. Road owned by trustees 
of Mount Gilead Township. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. Operated by (Uev., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry. under guarantee oi payment of interest 
on bonds and all current Expenses and advancement of any deficit. Agreement effective Apr. 
1, 1890. 

Private road. Of "Line owned," 11 miles not In operation. 



753 



754 

755 
756 

757 

758 
750 



7€0 



761 



762 



Operating road, independent 763 



.do 

Private coal road 

Operating road, independent. W. E. Moore, Receiver; appointed Oct. 14, 1905. Of "Line oper- 
ated." 6.05 miles leased from Cin., Leb. & Nn. Ry. 

Operating road, independent. Operates union passenger station and tracks connected there- 
with at Dayton, Ohio, operating expenses, interest on bonds, dividends on capital stock, sink- 
ing fund installments, and ground rent being paid, on basis of number of trains using station, 
by the tenant companies, Pittsb., Cin., Chic. <fe St. L., Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L., and Cin., 
Ham. & Day. Rys., which own entire capital stock, one-third each. 

Operating road, independent. "Lino operated" includes 11.50 miles of track on land of Solvay 
Process Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

Operating road. Independent. Motive power, electricity 



Private road. Switching business for the Murphy Chair Co. 



Operating road, independent 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Independent road, which does not operate any mileage, but owns 8.37 miles of track, which it 
leases in perpetuity to its tenant companies, Wabash and Pere Marquette R. Rs., for use in 
movement of trains. 

Operating road, independent '. , 

Opt^rating road, independent. Switching business 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. N. Y., Pa. & Ohio R. R. was succeeded through reorganization 
by Nypano R. R., which was organized Mar. 10, 1896. The Nypano R. R. is operated by the 
Eric R. R. under lease dated Mar. 17, 1896, and its entire capital stock and ])onded debt, with 
the exception of $8,000,COO prior lien bonds, are owned by the Erie R. R. and pledged under its 
first consolidated mortgage deed. The Erie R. R. pavs all the interest and rentals direct to 
the creditors, and in return receives all revenues. This company , therefore, has no income 
account, and all operations are included in the report of the feric R. R. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease to Atlantic & Great Western Ry« 
and under lease and supplemental lease to its successdr, N. Y., Pa. & Ohio R. R., for a period 
ending Oct. 1, 1982; rental since Apr. 21, 1896, $525,967 per annum. 



764 
765 
766 

767 



768 

769 
770 
771 

772 

773 

774 
776 

776 



777 
778 
779 
284 



780 



196 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



781 



782 

783 

784 

785 

786 
787 
788 

789 
790 
791 

792 



793 
794 
T95 

796 
797 

798 

799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 

805 



806 
807 
80S 

800 
810 
811 

812 

813 
814 



Name of road. 



Erie Railroad Company— Continued. 

[Line west of Salamanca«New York.] 
Sharon Railway 



Wcsterman Coal and Iron Railroad. 



Youngstown and Austintown Railroad Company 
Chicago and Erie Railroad Company 



Erie and Michigan Railway and Navigation Com- 
pany. 

Etna and Montrose Railroad Company 

Euclid Railroad Company 

Evansville Suburban and Newburgh Railway 
Company. 

Felicity and Bethel Railroad Company 



C< 



Fort Street Union Depot Ck>mpan 
Orafton and Brunswick Railroad company 
Grand Tnmk Railway Company of Canada: * 
Chicago, Detroit and Canada Grand Trunk 
Junction Railroad Company. 

Cincinnati, Saginaw and Mackinaw Railroad 

Company. 
Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway 

Company. 
Grand Trunk Western Railway Company 



Grand Trunk Junction Railway Company. 
Michigan Air Line Railway , 



Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon RaUway Com- 
pany. 
Greenville and North Lawrence Railroad Company. 

Hanging Rock Iron Company's Railroad 

Harbor Springs Railway Company 

Hecla Belt Lin© Railroad Company 

Hocking Valley Railway Companv 

Wellston and Jackson Belt Kaifway Company... 



Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company «. 
(Line north of Ohio fliver.J 

Indiana Northern Railway Company 

Indianapolis Union Railway Company 

Indianapolis Beit Railroad Company 



I vorydale and Mill Creek Valley Railway Company. 

Jackson and Northern Railroad Company 

Jamestown, Chautauqua and Lake Erie Railway 

Company. 
Kalamazoo, Lake Shore and Chicago Railway 

Conrpany. 

Lake Erie and Fdrt Wavne Railroad Company 

Lake Terminal Railroad Company 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



MOes. 



3a 07 



2.00 

&83 
249.57 

3.50 

2.00 

3.00 

2450 

9.00 

> 1.36 

t 10.00 

60.00 



62.97 

189.00 

* 330.91 



105.60 



95.91 

1.75 
3.60 

13.00 

4.00 

321.00 

17.50 



69.20 



2.00 

.93 

14.29 

6.00 

6.00 

37.39 

10.00 

2.00 
5.81 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30. 

1905. 



Miles. 



.30 



5 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 



14.00 
9.00 



.25 
3.00 



10.00 



» 5.85 



1 260.56 

3.50 

2.00 

3.00 

10.50 



a 1.96 
> 10.00 

60.00 



62.97 

189.00 

5 335. 75 



105.60 



116. 41 

1.75 

3.60 

13.00 



347.00 



76.73 



2.00 
12.64 



6.00 

6.00 

38.50 

10.00 

2.00 
&81 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 






(■ 



30 



.25 
3.60 



laoo 



T&85 



1 Includes 19.99 miles lying in Group VI. 

* Unofficial figures. 

> Files no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate FelftUon of 
subsidiary roads as indicated. 
4 Includes 25.83 miles lying in Group VI. 

* Includes 30.67 miles lying in Group VI. 

* See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road, 
f Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE L^NITED STATES. 197 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Nypano R. R., Jan. 14, 1901, for 900 years from 
Dec. 1, 1900. Operated by Erie R. R. as part of its system under sublease from Nypuno R. R.; 
rental, 6 per cent on capital stock, 4i per cent on bonds of this company. 6 per cent on those of 
New Castle & Shen. Vy. R. R. (now merged In Sharon Ry.), taxes, and $2,100 for expenses of 
organization. • 

Private road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased to N. Y., L. Erie it Wn. R. R. (now Erie 
R. R.) Jan. 1, 1S9C, for 'M years; rental, 14,000. 

Subsidiary road, other relatfoii. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. Erie R. R. guarantees interest on l>ond8. 

Operating road, independent. ' ' Line owned ' ' leased from United States Gypsum Co 

O Derating road, independent 

Ol)erating road, independent. Operated at a fixed charge per ear by N. Y., Chic. & St. L. R. R. . 
Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and electricity. Of ''line owned," 14 
miles not in operation. 

Independent road. ' * Line owned ' ' not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Used as a terminal road 

Private road 

Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1863, for 999 years; annual 

rental, G per cent interest on $1,096,000 first-mortgage bonds, and 4 per cent dividends on 

$1,095,000 capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, fi.xed money rental. Leased Dec, 28, 1900, from Jan. 1, 190!, for 99 

years; rental, $43,225. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Principal and interest of general-mortgage bonds 

guaranteed by Grand Trunk Ry. of Can., which owns entii-e capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Under agreement dated Nov. 22, 1900. pajTuent of 

mterest on $15,000,000 4 per cent first-mortgage bonds was undertaken by Grand Trunk Ry. 

of Can., which owns entire capital stock. 
Suljsidiary road, other relation. Mileage included in that of Gr. Trunk Wn. Ry. Grand Trunk 

Ry. of Can. owns entire capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 10, 1881, for 20 years; rental 

$75,000 per annum, maintenance, and taxes. Operated under same terms, without renewal of 

leavse, smce Dec. 10. 1901. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Operating road, sub.sidiary,other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Private coal road. Operated by Massillon Coal Mining Co 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

Independent road. " Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road , independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 7, 1900, from Jan. 1 , 1900, for 99 years; rental, 

equivalent to 4i per cent on advances made by Hock. Vy. Ry. for construction 'purposes and 

payment of interest on bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. ControUea through ownership of capital stock. 

Of "line owned," 11.17 miles leased to and oi)erated by Tol. A^Ohio Cent, and Zanesv. & Wn. 

Rys. 

Operating road, independent 

< )pf'rating road, independent. Terminal road 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I^eased Oct. 1, 1882, for 990 years; rental, $49,577 per 

annum. Of "line owned." '2.50 miles sublea.sod to ('lev., Cin., Chic. '& St. L. Ry. 

Operating road, independent. Owned by Procter & Gamble Co '. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 



Operating road, independent. Switching road 

Operating road, independent. Used for switching freight by National Tul)e Co, 



781 



782 

783 
784 

785 

786 
787 
788 

789 
790 
791 

792 



793 
794 
795 

796 
797 

798 

799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 

805 



806 
807 
808 

809 
810 
811 

812 

813 

814 



198 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION* 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagi 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


LINE OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

wfth 
June 30, 

1905. 


81 T) 


Lakeside and Marblehead Railroad Company 

Lewiston and Southeastern Railroad Company 

(The). 
Lorain and Ashland Railroad Company 


Miles. 

6.88 
15.00 

19.50 

.86 

11.00 

6.50 

6.00 

92.20 

79.00 

127.57 

3.01 

44.29 

40.00 

3.00 

2.59 

« 6.00 

« 2.50 

11.60 

* 878.03 

5.26 
25.56 
64.76 

54.76 
133.14 

11.72 


Miles. 


Miles. 
6.88 
15.00 


MiUs. 


810 
817 


2.00 
19.50 


2.00 


818 


Lorain and Southern Railroad Company 


.86 
7.70 

6.50 

6.00 

92.20 

79.00 

128.83 

3.01 

47.49 

40.00 

3.00 

3.75 

«6.00 

S2.50 

11.60 

* 1,520.35 




819 


Louisville, New Albany and Corydon Railroad 
Company. 

LudinRton and Northern Railway Company 

Mancelona and Northwestern Ra Iway 






820 






821 






822 
823 


Manistee and Grand Rapids Railroad Company ... 
Manistee and Luther Railroad Company 


1 14.90 
4.00 


1 14.90 
4.00 


824 


Manistee and Northeastern Railroad Company 

Manufacturers Railway Company 


f<?JS 






826 


Marietta, Columbus and Cleveland Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Mason and Oceana Railroad Company 






827 






828 


Mercer Valley Railroad Company 






829 


Muncie and western Railroad Company 


.59 


1.75 


830 


Muncie Belt Railway Company 


831 


New Castle and Butler Railroad Company 






832 


New Jersey, Indiana and Illinois Railroad Company 
New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company: « 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway 
Company. 

Central Trunk Railroad Company 






86 
833 






834 






835 


Detroit and Chicago Railroaa Company 

Detroit, Hillsdale and Southwestern Railroad 

Company. 
Detroit, Monroe and Toledo Railroad Company 

Detroit, Toledo and Milwaukee Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Elkhart and Western Railroad Company 

Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad Company 


1 




836 


1 




837 


•••••«■>•• 


• 




838 


1 .02 






839 






840 


I 




841 


Fort Wayne and Jackson Railroad Company. . 


97.83 
5a 91 

3a 54 

5&45 
71.86 

6L36 








842 


Jamestown and Franklin Railroad Company. . 

Kalamazoo and White Pigeon Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Kalamazoo, Allegan and Grand Rapids Rail- 
road Company. 
Mahoning Coal Railroad Company 




« 




843 








844 




•••••.•.•••. 




845 








846 


Northern Central Michigan Railroad Company. 

















1 Decrease. 

* Unofficial figures. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 
« Includes 14.02 miles lying in Group VI. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 199 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190() — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Operating road, indcpendont 

Operating road, independent. Logging road, 



Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 3.30 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent. Operated onlv during the resort sea.son 

Private logging road. Owned and operated \>y Mancelona Handle Co 

Operating road, independent 

do 

....do 

Operating road, independent. Roads using tracks furnish motive power. . . 
Operating road, independent 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



815 
816 

817* 
818 
819 

820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
825 
826 

827 
828 
829 
830 
831 
832 
86 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- I 833 
tal stocK. ** Line owned ' ' excludes 7.84 miles leased to N. Y., Chic. & St. L. R. R. for 99 years i 
at a rental of i5,000. which, with .87 mile not used for traffic purposes, once formed a part of I 
main line between Silver Creek and Dunkirk, N. Y. "Line operated" includes 7.20 miles i 
leased from Battle Ck. & Sturgis Ry. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock 834 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 835 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 5, 1881, in perpetuity; rental, $54,000 and 836 

$500 for organization expenses. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 185<i, in perpetuity; lessee pays 837 
operating expenses ana all fixed charges, and receives gross surplus from operation. Entire I 
capital stock owned by lessee. I 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased in perj>etuity Jan. 1. 1905, one-half to L. 838 
Shore & Mich. Sn. Ry. and one-half to Mich. Cent. R. R.. lessees to maintain and operate such 
portions of the property, respectively, and to receive the gross surplus from operation. I 
Lessees own entire capital stock, one-half each. ' 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 839 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Mileage included in branches of L. Shore <S: Mich. Sn. Ry 840 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Aug. 24, 1882, in perpetuity; rental. 5* per 841 
cent on preferred stock, $1,500 for organization expenses, taxes, assessments, etc. Shoulfi net 
earnings in any year after Aug. 24, 1887, exceed 8 per cent on preferred stock, lessee will pay 
amount of such excess up to 2 per cent on common stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1900, for 5 years, and from year to 842 

?ear thereafter; rental, 30 per cent of gross earnings, and all taxes except those imposed by 
Fnited States or State of Pennsylvania upon tonnage, dividends, or interest on bonds. Lessee 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary roaa, contingent money rental. I^cA.sed May 1, 1897, iniTcrpetulty; lessee pays oper- 843 
ating expenses and all fixed charges, and receives gross surplus from operation. Entire capital 
stock owned by lessee. 

Subsidiary road,' fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 21, 1869, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 844 
capital stock and interest on bonds. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1884. in perpetuity; rental, 40 per 845 
cent of gross earnings; if that is insufficient to pay interest on bonds, 5 per cent on preferred 
stock, and $1,000 for corporate expenses, lessee will advance necessary amount and charge 
same against future rental. Lessee pays all taxes and assessments. "Line owned" includes 
mileage of Mahoning and Shenango V'^alley, Shenango Valley, and Stewart R. Rs. Lessee 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary roaa, contingent money rental. Leased May 1, 1897, in perpetuity; lessee pays oper- 
ating expenses and allfixed charges, and receives gross surplus from operation. Majority of 
capital stock owned by lessee. 



849 



200 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE b^MMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



M7 



848 

849 
860 

851 

852 
853 
854 

855 
85G 
857 

858 

850 

860 
861 
862 

8(;3 

864 
865 
866 



Numo of road. 



New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company— Continued. 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway 
Company— Continuea. 
Oberiin and La Orange Railway Company..., 



Sturgis, Qoshen and Saint Louis Railway 
Company. 

Swan Creek Railway Company 



Chicago, Indiana and Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. » 

[Line in Indiana.] 

Dunkirk, ^VUegheny Valley and Pittsburgh 
Railroad Company. 



Erie and Central Pennsylvania Railway 
Company. 
Lake Ene and Western Railroad Company 



Northern Ohio Railway Company. 



Lake Erie, Alliance and Wheeling Railroad 

Company. 
New York, Chicago and Saint Louis Railroad 
Company. 

Chicago and State Line Railroad Company. . 



Pittsburgh and Lalra Erie Railroad Company. . 

Beaver and Ell wood Railroad Company 

Ellwood Connecting Railroad Company 

Mahoning State Line Railroad Company 

Pittsburgh, McKeesport and Youghiogncny 
Railroad Company. 

Yotighiogheny Northern Railway Company 

Thompson Run Coal and Railroad Company. 

Michigan Central Railroad Company 

Battle Creek and Stuigis Railway Company.. 



5 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 



4.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June .30, 

loa^. 



2a 93 

L31 
20L76 

9a51 

1.00 

« 7ia34 

I6L75 

saoo ; 

521.22 
« 9.96 

72 54 

7.51 

.68 

3.07 

• 109.58 

8 1.92 

3.50 

» 270.07 

41.00 



Miles. 



20L76 



LINE OPERATED. 



1.00 
».27 



4.35 



Length. 



Miles. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



19a 44 



9a 51 



7 19a 70 



3.50 
» 1.745.32 



^ See Supplement "A" at end oi Table for totals covering entire road. 

s Includes 118.60 miles lying in Oroup VI. 

■ Decrease. 

< Includes 121.02 miles lying in Oroup VI. 

ft Includes 18.86 mUes lying in Oroup VI. 

• Lies in Oroup VI. 

T Includes 111.50 miles lying in Oroup II. 

• Lies in Oroup II. 

• Includes 6.07 miles lying in OroupVI. 

10 Includes 49.07 miles lyinig in Oroup VI and 380.04 miles not in United States. 



Miles. 



Ifla44 



L 00 I L 00 

i 

4 72196 5.68 

i 

16L75 

8aoo 

& 549l 52 4 35 



».68 



4.23 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IX THE UIsITED STATES. 201 

FOR THE Year ending Jine 30, 1900 — rontinued. 




No. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Contract dated Mar. 29, 1894, provides that the 847 
lcssi>(> furnish ralLs and fastenings used in constructing road, for which it shall receive a mort- 
gage for the amount, payable in 10 years. For tsain service the lessee shall receive pay at the 
rate of $3 for each round trip of a train, and collects $1 per car for Oberlin <b La Grange Ry. on 
each car of freight received. From any surplus over S5 per round trip is deducted the interest 
on mortgage at rate of per cent and balance paid to Oberlin & La Grange Ry. Above con- 
tract expired previous to Juno 30. 1901; not yet renewed. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. L. Shore & Mich, Sn. Ry. acquired entire capital stock of 848 
this company Dec. 1, 1889, and assimied its bonded indebtedness of $322,000, on which interest 
at 3 per cent is paid. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Mileage includt-d in sidings of L. Shore & Mich. Sn. Ry. and 849 
used exclusively for switching purposes; entire capital stock owned bv that company. 

Operating road, subsidlarj-, other rehition. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 850 
tal stock. Of "line owned," 15.70 miles leased to and operated by Ind. llarb. R. R. and 1.(52 ' 
miles leased to and operated by Mich. Cent. R. R. 

Operating road, subsidiary, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 3, 1873, from Dec. 1. 1872, for oOl 861 
vears to N. \. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R.; rental, IV percent on capital stock and interest on 
bonds. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. Operated by agreement since Oct. 1, 1901, by 
L. Shore & lUich. Sn. Ry. as agent for lessee. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Used as a siding ]>y Dunk., Allegh. Vy. & Plttsb. 852 

Operating road, subsidiary', other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 853 
tal stock. 

Ojierating road, subsidiary, contingent money rental. Leased Oct. 1, 1895, for 999 years; rental. 854 
mterest on bonds, taxes, and lnsuranc<>; any net earnings remaining after such pa jrments shall 
be paid to lessor. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary', other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 855 
stock. 

Operating road, 8ul>8idlary, other relation. Controlled through o^mership of majority of capi- 856 
tal stock. "Line operated" includes 7.84 miles owned by L. Shore & Mich. Sn. Ry. 

Subsidiary road, flxoa money rental. I>eased inperpetuitj'to Ft. Way. drill. R. R.; rental, $100. 857 
organization expenses up to $500, all taxes, assessments, etc. Ft. ^^ v. <fc 111. R. R. was merged 
in N. Y., Chic. & St. L. R. R., Aug. 18. 1887. N. Y., Chic. & St. L. R. R. owns entire capital 
stock. 

Operating road, subaidiar}', other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 858 
tal stock. 

Sul)sldiary road, contingent money rental. Leased J uly 1, 1899, for 20 years; rental, 40 per cent 859 
of gross earnings. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . 860 

Su])8idiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 20, 1895. for 99 years; rental, taxes 861 

Su])sldlary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1884, for 999 years from Aug. 3, 1881; Plttsb. 862 
& L. Erie R. R.and li. Shore & Mich. Sn. Ry. guarantee per cent on capital stock and inter- 
est on bonds. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased for 50 years from Apr. 1, 1883; Icaflce agrees 863 
to pay $1 per carload lor each freight car loaded with coal or coke transported over any por- 
tion of road. 

Operating road, subsldlarj*. other relation. Train service supplied by Plttsb. <fe L. Erie R. R., 864 
under agreement terminable on 00 days' notice. 

Operating road, subsldlarj', other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 865 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Of * ' line owned " .3.^.80 miles operated by Mich. Cent. R . R., 866 
which owns majority of capital stock, and 7.20 miles In connection with Sturgis. Goshen & St. 
L. R. R., by L. Shore <t Mich. Sn. Ry., each paying as rental its mileage proportion of inter- 
est on bonds and taxes. 



202 REPORT Oy THE INTERStATE COMMERiCE "tO^tollSSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



Name of road. 



807 
8G8 
809 

870 



New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company — Company. 
Michigan Central Kailroad Company— Continued. 
Bay City and Battle Creek Railway Company. 

Buchanan and Saint Joseph River Railroad 

Company. 
Canada Southern Bridge Company 



Detroit and Bay City Railroad Company 



871 I 

872 : 
873 

874 I 

875 ' 

I 

I 
870 I 

877 



Detroit, Dclray and Dearborn Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Detroit Manufacturers Railroad 

Grand River Valley Railroad Company 



Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Joliet and Northern Indiana Railroad Company 



878 

879 
880 

881 

882 

883 

884 

885 

886 
887 
888 
889 
491 
890 

891 



Kalamazoo and South Haven Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Lansing Manufacturers Railroad Company 



Lansing Transit Railway Company. 



Michigan Air Line Railroad Company. 



Michigan Midland and Canada Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Saint Joseph, South Bend and Southern Rail- 
road Company. 

Toledo, Canada Southern and Detroit Railway 
Company. 
Newburgh and South Shore Railway Company 

Norfolk and Western Railway Company « 



western Kaiiway company 
[Line north of Ohio River.] 
Northern Liberties Railway Company. .. 



Ohio River and Colmnbus Railway Company. 
Ohio River and Western Railway Company. . 
Ohio River Junction Railroad Company. 



Onaway and North Michigan Railway Company. 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company: * 
Pennsylvania Company 



Cleveland and Marietta Railway Company 



1 Includes 29.00 miles lying in Group VI. 
s See Supplement "A" at end of Table 



UNE OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 

18.00 
1.77 
3.60 

175. 73 



4.84 

1.29 

83.79 

379. 23 
1 45.00 

39.50 
5.90 



1.25 

115. 10 
14.08 

40.10 
58.92 

9.53 
264.10 

1.50 

24.42 

> 110.75 

4.00 

7.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



103.13 



MUes. 



UNE OPERATED. 



4.23 



5.90 



.03 



.50 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



Miles. 



9.53 

277.02 

1.50 

24.42 

> 111.75 

4.00 

7.00 

6 1,408.44 



I 



.03 



.50 
19.71 



for totals covering entire road, 
s UnofBciid figures. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 

* Includes 31.00 miles lying in Group VI. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES, 208 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Agreement dated Feb. 1, 1890, in perpetuity; rental, inter- 
est on bonds and- taxes. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. Used 
by Mich. Cent. H. R. as a spur track leading to manufacturing industries. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease of Canada Southern Ry. to Mich. 
C«nt. R. R., in effect Jan. 1, 1904, for a period of 999 years, operating companypaying interest 
on bonds, taxes, assessments, and organization exx)enses. Canada Soutnem Ry. owns entire 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Under a contract dated Mar. 10, 1881, Det. & Bay Cy. R. R. 
gave entire possession and control of its railroad and property to Mich. Cent. R. R., which 
agreed to operate the same during its corporate existence. By this contract the operating 
company was authorized to issue and did issue its bonds to the amount of $4,000,000, bearing 
interest at 5 per cent and maturing 50 years from Mar. 1, 1881. To secuie the payment of said 
bonds both said companies joined in the execution of a mortgage upon all the railroad prop- 
erty and franchises of Det. & Bay Cy. R. R. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1902, from Jan. 1 , 1903, for 25 years; annual 
rental, $12,000 for the first 5 years, $15,000 thereafter, and $150 for organization exx)enses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 20, 1870, during corporate existence. Upon 
reorganization of lessor company, Apr. 25, 1894, period was extended to 999 years from tnat 
date. Lessee guarantees all obligations and 5 per cent per annum on capital stock. 

Su))sidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 31, 1871, in perpetuity; rental, 3i per cent 
on capital stock, interest on bonds, and $750 for organization exxMnses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under contracts executed Sept. 7 and Sept. 20, 
1854; on completion, turned over to Mich. Cent. R. R. to operate forever at an annual rental 
of $89,000; by agreement, effective Jan. 10, 1902, rental was reduced to $71,000 per annum. 
Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1870, in perpetuity; lessee to pay Caxeis and 
interest on bonds. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under agreement with L. Shore & Mich. 
Sn. Ry. and Mich. Cent. R. R., dated May 29, 1905 (subsequent agreement dated Dce.29, 
1905), for a period of 25 years from July 1, 190.^, these compames to pay taxes, keep road in 
repair, and share equally in any profits or losses from operation. Mileage included m sidings 
of Mich. Cent. R. R., which operates road. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Fel). 18, 1888, for 99 yoars from Sept. 15, 1887; 
rental, $1 per annum. Used for switching purposes by Mich. Cent. R. R. Entire capital 
stock owned by L. Shore A Mich. Sn. Ry. and Mich. Cent. R. R., one-half each. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1870, for 999 years, lessee guaranteeing 
principal and interest of bonds. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease of Canada Southern Ry. to Mich. 
Cent. R. R., in effect Jan. 1. 1904, for a period of 999 years, operating company p&ying interest 
on bonds, taxes, assessments, and organization exx)cnses. Canada Southern Ry. owns major- 
ity of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 15, 1905, to Feb. 23, 1950; rental, $20,000.. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Incased Jan. 2, 1906, in peri)etuity; rental, interest on 

bonds and taxes, lessee also guaranteeing principal of bonds. 
Operating road, independent. "Line owned" and "line operated" include 4.53 miles leased 

from American Steel & Wire Co. 
Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. S\^itching business. * ' Line owned " leased from American Steel 
<S: Wire Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

Private logging road 

Operating road subsidiarj', other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. "Line operated" includes 37.62 miles leased from Wn. N. Y. & Pa. Ry. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under agreement, in effect Jan. 1, 1900, 
terminable on first day of any year on six months' notice by dtner party; rental, net earnings. 
Operating company owns majority of capital stock. 



867 
868 
869 

870 



871 
872 
873 

874 
875 

876 
877 

878 

879 
880 

881 

882 

883 

884 

885 

886 
887 
888 
889 
491 
890 

891 



204 PiEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE 'raMMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



892 

893 
894 
89.) 

896 

897 
896 

899 

900 

901 
902 

903 

904 

905 
906 

907 

9as 

909 

910 

911 
912 

913 



Name of road. 



Pennsylvania Railroad Conapany— Continued. 
Pennsylvania Company— Continued. 
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad Company 



Erie and Pittsburgh Railroad Company. 



Marginal Railroad. 



Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway 
Company. 



Massillon and Cleveland Railroad Company. 



Pittsburgh. Ohio Valley and Clnciimati Rail* 
road Com^ny. 

Pittsburf^, Youngstown and Ashtabula Rail- 
way Company. • 

South Chicago and Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Toledo, Walhonding Valley and Ohio Railroad 
Company. 

Youngstown and Ravenna Railroad Company. 

Chicago, Indiana and Eastern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Cincinnati, Lebanon and Northern Railway 
Company. 

Clevclajid, Akron and Columbus RailwayCom- 
pany. 

Grand Rapids and Indiana Railway Companv. 
Cincinnati, Richmond and Fort waync Rail- 
road Company. 



Muskegon. Grand Rapids and Indiana Rail- 
road Company. 

Traverse City Railroad Company 



Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and Saint 
Louis Railway Company. 



Chartiers Railway Company 



Englewood Connecting Railway Company, 
Little Miami Railroad Company 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 




422.09 
85.83 



40.68 
26.00 



8.40 


581. 79 ; 8. 40 


i 

t 


1 


i 


\ 



< 1,085.26 5 15.55 i • 1,«J7.17 



23.48 



Columbus and Xenia Railroad Company 



1 Indodes 16.32 miles Irlng In Group VI. 

* Report for six monthi endlnjar June 30, 1906. 

* Includes 14.68 miles lying in Group VI. 

* Includes 27.98 miles lying in Group VI. 
» Decrease. 

* Includes 32.2? miles lying in Group II and 30.33 miles lying in Group VI. 
' Includes 20.00 miles lying in Group II, 

* Lies in Group VL . 




STATISTIC&DF BAILWAYS 12^ THE UNITED STATES. 205 

FOR THE Year exdixg June 30, 1906 — Contimio<l. 




6 



No. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Ponnsylvania R. R., Doc. 1, 1871, for 999 years; 892 
lessee agrees to pay a rental of $786,795 per annum, interest on bonds, $10,000 for organization 
expenses, all payments for account of sinking fund, and all other obligations of lessor company. 
I^\'ise transferred to Pennsylvania Co., Apr. 14, 1873. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Pennsylvania R. R., Mar. 1, 1870, for 999 years; | 893 
rental, 7 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, $2,500 for organization exi)enses, and , 
taxes. Lease transferred to Pennsylvania Co., Apr. 1, 1871. j 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Branch Uno connecting certain industries in Beavor Falls, | 894 
Pa., vnth main line of Ilttsb., Ft. Way. & Chic. Ry., and operated by Pennsylvania Co. in 1 
connection with that road. It is not -an organized company. I 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased July 1, 1809, for 999 years, to Pennsylvania R. R.; I 895 
annual rental, 7 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, $104,100 to sinking fund, organi- | 
zation exfjensos, and taxes. Pennsylvania Co. acts as agent or operator for lessee company j 
and owns majority of capital stock. [ 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 22, 18(i9, for 99 years, at a rental of <0 ' 896 
per cent of gross earnings, minimum ])eing fixed at $2(),000 a year. Lessee owns majority of 
capital stock. Lease transferred to Pennsylvania R. U., July 1, 1869. Pennsylvania Co. acts 
as agent or operator for lessee company. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under an agreed arrangement, net cam- 897 
ings being paid to this company as rental. Operating company owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiar>' road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 16,1906, from Jan. 1, 1906, fori year, 898 
and thereafter from year to year, subject to termination on 12 months' written notice from 
either party; rental, net earnings. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under an agreed arrangement, net earn- 899 
ings being paid to this company as rental. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under an arrangement since May 22, 900 
1891: rental, net earnings. Operating company owns entire capital stock. !. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock ; 901 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- j 902 
tal stock. O. W. Bartlett, Receiver: appointed Sept. 14, 1904. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 903 
tal stock. Of "line owned," 6.05 miles leased to Day., Leb. & Cin. R. R. I 

Operating road, subsidiarj-, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 904 
tal stock. 

do 905 

Su))sldiary road, other rehition. Operated under agreement with Gr. Rap. & Ind. Ry., which 906 
accounts for net earnings and applies same toward the Interest on bonds, any deficiency being 
met by Gr. Rap. & Ind. Ry., Peimsylvania Co., and Pittsb., Cln., Chic. & St. L. Ry., in equal 
proportions. Pennslyvania Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under agreement with Gr. Rap, & Ind. Ry., which 907 
accoimts for net earnings and applies same toward interest on bonds. Operating company 
owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under agreement with Or. Rap. & Ind. lly., which 908 
accounts for net earnings and applies same toward interset on bonds. Operating company 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 909 
tal stock. Road owns jointly with Bait. & Ohio R. R. 33.03 miles of double track between 
Newark, Ohio, and Coliunbus. Ohio, neither company being restricted to the separate use 
of one track. "Line owned" Includes 16.52 mWce of this track. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to Pittsb., Cin. & St. L. Ry. (now Pitts!)., 910 
Cin.. Chic. & St. L. Ry), Dec. 8. 1871, for 99 years from Jan. 1, 1872; rental, net earnings. 
Pennsylvania Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated tmdor an agreed arrangement, net earnings being 911 
paid to this company as rental. Pennsylvania Co. owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary' road, fixed" money rent^L Leased to Pittsb., Cin. & St. L. Ry. (now^ Pittsb., Cin., 912 
Chic. <t St. L. Ry.>, Dec. 1, 18G9. for 99 years, renewable forever; rental (guaranteed by Penn- 
sylvania R. R.), 8 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I-eased Nov. 30, 1868, to Little Miami R. R. for 99 years, 913 
renewable forever. Subsequently IJttle Miami R. R. was leased to Pittsb.. Cin. «i' St. L. Ry. 
(now Pittsl)., Cin.. Chic. & St. L. Rv.), for 99 years; rental (guaranteed by Pennsylvania 
R. R.), 8 per cent on capital stock and interest on bonds of both companies. 



206 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileaob 



No. 



914 



915 

916 
917 

918 



919 



920 
921 

922 



923 

924 

925 

926 
927 

928 
929 
930 

931 

932 

1877 

1649 

933 

a34 

935 

936 
937 
938 

9,39 

940 
941 




Name of road. 



Pennsylvania Railroad Company— Continued. 
Ponnsylvania Company— Continued. 
Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Cliicago and Saint Louis 
Railway Company — Continued. 
Little Miami Railroad Company— Continued. 
Dayton and Western Railroad Company . . 



Meadow Lands and Zedilcer Railroad Com- 



pany. 
Mid 



id way and Oakdale Railway Company. 
Ohio Connecting Railway Company 



Pittsburgh, Wheeling and Kentucky Rail- 
road Company. 

Steubenville Extension of Pennsylvania Rail- 
road Company. 



Western Washinfifton Railroad Company 

Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad 

Company. 
Pittsbnigh, Chartiers and Youghiogheny 

Railway Company. 



Vandalia Railroad Company < 

fLine in Indiana.] 
Wheeling Terminal Railway Company. 



Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad Company 

Pittsburgh and Moon Run Railroad Company 

Pittsburgh and Ohio Valley Railway Company . . . 

Pontiac, Oxford and Northern Railroad Company. 

Port Huron Southern Railroad Company 

Rapid Railroad Company 



Rogers Railroad Company 

Saint Clair Tunnel Company 

Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company: » 

Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company:' 

Evansvilloand Terre Haute Railroad Company. 



Evansvillo Belt Railway Company. 



Evansville and Indianapolis Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Sharon Connecting Railroad Company 

ShelTicid and Tionesta Railway Company 

Tion(»sta Valley and Hickory Railway Company. 



Southern Railway Company < 

[Line in Indiana.] 
Southern Indiana Railway Company. 
Bedford Belt Railway C5ompany . . . 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 



37.99 



1 1.72 

1.53 
9.07 

» 28.04 



1.23 



J 6.47 
148.45 

19.69 



493.11 

6 9.65 

6.50 

5.00 
13.09 

100.59 

3.88 

10.64 

2.72 
L13 

183.01 

4.45 

134. 15 

..■30 

29.00 

5.00 

211.37 

222.13 
4.19 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



IJNE OPERATED. 



« .24 
2.95 



« .08 



7.14 



.03 



Length. 



Miles. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



148.45 
21.96 

503.74 

6 9.65 

6.50 

5.00 
13.09 

100.S9 

ass 

10.64 

2.72 
« 2.25 

164.46 



149.45 

.50 
34.00 



1 Lies in Group II. 

* Decrease. 

s Includes 4.04 miles Iving in Group II. 

* See Supplement " A^' at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 
6 Includes 7.28 miles lying in Group II. 

* Includes 1.12 miles not In United States. 

' Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 



Miles. 



« .08 



7.25 



.03 




STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 207 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 18Cr», for99 years, renewable forever; rental, 
intorost on bonds. Included In IcAse of Little Miami R. R. to Pittsb., Cin. & St. L. Ry. (now 
Pitlsb., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry.). 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



914 

915 

916 
917 

918 
919 



do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated at cost since Oct. 20, 1890; net earnings 

paid to lessor. Pennsylvania Co. owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contigent money rental. Loasoa to Pitlsb., Cin. & St. L. Ry. (now Pittsb., 

Cin., Chic. <^ St. L. Ry.), Feb. 25, 1878, for \J9 years; rental, net earnings. Pennsylvania Co. 

owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. There is no corporation known as Steubenville Extension 

R. R. The piece of road called Steul)enville Extension, virtually owned by Pennsylvania Co., 

was built by Pennsylvania R. R., and upon the organization of Pennsylvania Co., in 1871, the 

latter leased this piece of road for 909 years, paying for the lease a sum equivalent to cost of 

construction. In 1870 it was subleased for a term of 2.5 years to Pittsb., Cin. & St. L. Ry. (now 

Pittsb., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry.), at an annual interest rental based upon the original cost. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 920 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 921 

stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled jointly by Pittsb., Cin., Chic. & St. L. 922 

Ky. and Pittsb. & L. Erie R. R. through joint ownership of entire capital stock, as per agree- 
ment dated Jan. Z't, 1892. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 923 

capital stock. Of "lino owned," 11. 80 miles leased to and operated by Evansv. & Indpls. R. R. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 924 

stock. 
Operating road, independent. Leased to Pittsburgh Railways Co., which operat<?s a system 925 

of electric street railways. 

Oixirating road, independent ' 926 

Operating road, indeT>endcnt. Switching road. Of "lino owned," 1.18 miles leased from Amer- , 927 

ican Steel & Wire (jo. I 

Operating road, independent. R. J. Lownsbury, Receiver; appointed Mar. 25, 1905 928 

Operating road, independent ' 929 

Operating road, independent. Operated as a part of the so-called Rapid Railway System, all 930 

the other roads in which arc electric lines. 

Oi)erating road, independent 931 

do i 932 

1877 

I 1649 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- j 933 

ital stock. "Line owned" includes 23 miles leased to and operated by Vandalia and Chic. & j 

En. 111. R. Rs. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. • 934 

Oyx'rato'd for one-half its revenue, this company receiving the remainder. 
Opi'fating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled tnrough ownership of entire capital 935 

stock. 

Operating road, independent. Switching business 936 

Oporating road, independent 937 

Subsidiary road, other relation. I^iiscd June 1, 1001, for 10 years, lessee agreeing to maintain . y.38 

road. ! 

Operating road, independent 939 

i 

Operating road, independent. Of "lino owned," 29.86 miles not in operation 940 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Juno 24, 1898, in perpetuity; rental, interest on | 941 

bonds. I 

12689—07 14 



208 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group III. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 



No. 



946 



^7 

949 
900 



951 
952 

9.>3 



954 

95.'> 

956 
957 



058 

959 

960 

961 

962 
963 

964 

905 

966 



967 
96S 
969 
970 
971 



Name of road. 



LINE OWliED. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



942 , Thompson and Northern Railroad 

943 I Tionosta Valley Railway' Company 

944 Toledo and Ohio Central Railway Company. 

945 I ZanesviUe and Western Railway Company 



ZanesviUe Terminal Railroad Company. 



Toledo and Rossford Railroad Company 

Toledo and Weatem Railway Company 

Toledo, Angola and Western Railway Company... 
Toledo, Baint Louis and Western Railroad Com> 

pany. * 

[Line in Indiana and Ohio.] 

Toiedo Southeastern Railway Company * 

Traverse CHty, Leelanau and Manistlque Railroad 

Company. 
Union Depot Company (Coiumbua, Ohio> 



Valley Connectlnr Railroad Company 

Wabash Raairoad Company > 

[Line east of DanvUle, Illinois.] 
Fort Wayne and Detroit RaUroad Company 
Lolayctto Union Ririlway Cxmxpany 



Toledo and CUoago Railroad Company 

Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal Railway Company. 

"N\'heeling and Lake Erie Railroad Company... 

Adena Railroad Company 



Canton and Woostcr RaUroad Company 

Chagrin Falls and Lake Erie Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Toledo Belt Railway Company 

ZanesvLUe Belt and Terminal Railway Com- 
pany. 

Pitt£rt)urgh, Lisbon and Western Railroad 
Company. 



WeUsburg and State Lino Railroad Company 

Winfield Railroad Company , 

Wyandotte Terminal RaUroad Company 

Youngstown and Ohio River Railroad Company «. 
Young8to>Mi and Southern RaUway Company 



Increase | 
as shown 
by com- i 
parison 

with ! 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



2files. 

20.00 

90.30 

394.81 

74.00 

4.62 



LOO 
74.91 
lO.fiO 
27L23 1 



1.75 
23.30 



.S6 
« 523.90 

25.70 
e.50 



49.80 



34.92 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 

20.00 
5.5C 



if.. 00 



10.50 



Miles. 

20.00 

90.30 

440.80 

91.62 



Mile*. I 

20.00 
5.56 



LOO 
1L22 



1 i.ao 



,25 » 2.G5 



2.72 ! 

.80 

2.25 I 2.25 



LOO 
80. SI 

27L23 



1.75 
29.00 



.23 



.86 
» 92L70 



28.00 



1 Decrease. 

« See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire rood. 

• Report for nine months ending June 30, 1906. 

• Indudes 7.20 mUes lying in Group VI. 

ft Includes 13.20 mUes lying in Group VI and 244.30 miles not in United States. 

• Report for two montns ending June 30, 1906. 
7 Undllicial figures. 



» 6.50 



I 



LOO 

4.n 



1 .68 
a2.t5 



69.90 .. . .. [\ 


i9.fi0 


1 

456.07 


1 
498.16 


i 
20.80 1 




4.80 




8.18 : 


1 


4.55 ' 




3.75 


t 




STATI&TICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 209 

FOR THE Year exdino June 30, 1906 — Continaed. 



6 



Remarks. 



K<K 



Private logginfl: road 

Operating nwid, independent 

do 

Oywrating road, subsidiarj', other relation. Controlled ttirough ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Contract dated May 15, 1903, for jxriod of cmo year 
from Nov. 1, 1902, and from year to year thereafter ontil terminated by written notice from 
either party; rental, $2,380 for repairs to portion of track between Muskingom and Spongier, 
Ohio; 12,287 for station property at Slanesvllle, Ohio, and $1 per loaded car switched over track 
between Spangler and West Zanesville. 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Mothre power, steam and electricity 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Operating road, hidepondcnt. Furnishes terminal facilities for Bait. & Ohio R. R. and Clev., 
Akron & Cols., Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L., Hock. Vy., Norf. & Wn., and Pittsb., Chi., Chic. & St. 
L. Uys., and Pennsylvania Co. Contract admits above companies to joint use of tracks under 
management of this company, which practically acts as agent In selling tickets and handling 
l)aggagB. Each tenant company pays its proportion of net oi)erating expenses, including 
taxes and interest on bonds, apportioned upon basis of train service. 

Operating road, independent. Switching and terminal road , 

Operating road, independent 



Bnbsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock , 

Su])8idiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 23, 1899, for 10 years; lessee agrees to 
oprate and maintain road and pay taxes for 10 years, including those for 18R0; also to receive 
all freight in carload lots offered by all railroads entering Lafayette; rental, $1 per car on 
each loaded freight car, in and out, except for cars containing material for maintenance and 
repair of road, and $1 per round trip made by each passenger coach to any point on lino from 
which a revenue is derived on a chai"ge made by lesae^e. 

Bnbsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other nUation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

Ox)erating road, siibsidiarj-, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal ."^tock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased Feb. 1, 1903, for 99 years, the consideration being 
an annual n^ntal, inten'st on bonds, and taxes. 

Snbsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 



942 
943 
944 
945 



947 
94B 
949 
950 



951 
952 

953 



954 
955 

956 
957 



958 
950 

960 

9G1 

962 
963 



do 004 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under a teinporary arrangement, the earnings and 966 

expenses being included in those of Wheel. & L. Erie R. R. 
Operating road, subsidiarv, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. * * Line owned" includes 6.92 miles leased to and operated by 'i oungst. it Ohio Uiv. 
R. K., and "line owned" and *'llnc opi^rated" Include Smiles of line built by various parties 
who are owners of coal mines in vicinity. 

Independent road. ' ' Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent. "Line ownea" not in operation i 908 

Op<>rating road, independent. Switching road I 960 

Operating road, independent. See "Remarks," No. 9G6, Pittsb., Lisbon & Wn. R. R ' 970 

Operating road, independent 971 



9CC 



9«T7 



210 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IV. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagb 





1 




2 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


UNE OWNED. 


UNE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

vith 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 

as shown 

by cora- 

I>arison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 




Total— Group IV 


Miles. 
13.644.95 


^filf8. 
333.77 


.yfilcs. 
13.803.90 


MiUs. 
249.39 




Abordcpn and Asheboro Railroad Company 

Jackson SDrines Railroad Comnanv 


972 
973 


76.50 

4.00 

49.50 

2.5.00 

18.00 

6.23 

«22.50 


U.50 


80.50 


U.50 


974 


Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company 

Alcolu Railroad Company 




49.50 

25.00 

18.00 

6.23 

»22.50 

94.71 




975 


8.00 


8.00 


976 


Alexander and Rich Mountain Railway Company. . 
Allegheny Railroad Comnanv 


977 


1.23 
12. .50 


1.23 
12.50 

1 .29 


978 


Anaiachi'a and Cleveland Ra Iwav 


979 


Atlantic and North Carolina Comnanv 


980 


Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company. 
Atlantic and Western Railroad Comnanv 


94.71 

9.00 
1,937.28 

40.20 

10. :o 

66.00 

32.40 

02.12 

6.50 

4.06 

6.00 

15.14 

10.00 

M7.00 

7.C0 

4.oO 

5. 75 

37.00 

42.00 

« 1.64 

« 10. 50 

12.00 

6.50 

30.00 

16.00 

23. 50 

» 30.23 

13.33 

« 18.00 

• 1.75 

100.80 

7.00 

21.00 


1.29 


981 


9.00 
2,011.82 


7.00 
2.79 


982 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company ' 


2.79 


983 


[Line north of Savannah, Georgia.] 
Central Railroad Company of South Carolina 

South Carolina Pacific Railway Company 

Northwestern Railroad Company of South Caro- 
lina. 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company: * 

Ravens wood, Spencer and Glenville Railway 
Company. 

Valley Railroad Company of Virginia 


984 






98.J 

138 
9S6 


.70 


71.00 

.32. 40 

02. 12 

6.50 

4.06 

6.00 

17.54 

i 10.00 

* 17.00 

7.60 

4.50 

5. 75 

.37.00 

42.00 

•1.64 

•10.50 

12.00 

.5.00 

30.00 

16.00 

; 23. .'iO 

■ 30.23 

13. ;« 

« 18.00 

6 1.75 

110.00 

7.00 

21.00 


.93 


987 






988 


BeaverCroek Railroad Company 


l.oO 
1.07 
1.00 


L.'iO 
4.06 
1.00 
1.14 
110.00 


989 
900 


Bclington and Northern Railroad Company 

Bee Tree Railroad Company 


991 


Bcnncttsville and Cheraw Railroad Company 

Berkeley Railroad 


992 


UO.OO 


993 


Big Sandy and (^iml^erlaml Railroad f^ompany 

Big Sandy, East Lynn and Guyan Railroa<i Com- 
pany. 

Big Sione Gap and Powells Valley Railway Com- 
pany. 

Black Mountain Railway Company 


994 




1 * * * • • - • 


99,-) 


5.75 




996 


5.75 


997 


Bladen ami Cohimbus Railroad Company 


998 


Blades Lumber Company's Railroad 


16.00 


16.00 


990 


Bowman Creek RailwayCompany 


1000 


Branchville and Bowman Railroad Company 

Buchanan Lumber Company's Railroad 






1001 


12.00 
3.50 

i 


12.00 
5.00 


1002 
1003 


Buffalo Creek and Gauley Railroad Company 

Butters Lumber Company's Railroad 


1001 


Cairo and Kanawha Railway Company 


16.00 
13. .^0 


16.00 
13.^0 


1005 


Caldwell and Northern Railroad Company 


1006 


Camden Interstate Railway Company 


1007 


Campbells Creek Railroad Company 


1 




1006 


Caney River Railway Company 




^. ......... 

1 . . -' - . . 


100!) 


Cannelton Railroad Company 


i 




1010 


Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company 

Carolina and Western Railroad Company 


1011 


! 

!" 'ii.oo' 

1 




1012 


Carolina, Glenn Anna and Pee Dee Railroad Com- 
pany. 


11.00 



1 Decrease. 

• Includes 2.50 miles lying in Group V. 

• See Supplement "A^ at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

< Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 
» Includes 8.00 miles lying In Group V. 

• Unofflclal ^ires. 

T Includes 8.73 miles lying in Group III and 7.00 miles lying in Group V. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 211 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated for earnings 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

Operating road, independent. Operated by receiver of Beaver Creek R. R 

Operating road, independent. Operated under the charter of the Cherokee Land Co., and used 
for hauling lumber and freight for it and the Apaiachia Tannic Acid Co. 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I^eased Sept. 1, 1904, for 91 years and 4 months; rental, 
interest on bonds, taxes, organization expenses not to exceed $1,200, pajinent of $12,000 of les- 
sor's obligations with interest in 12 annual installments, and payments on capital stock at the 
following rates per annum: To Dec. 31, 1904. 2\ per cent; for the next 20 ye^rs, 3 per cent; for 
the next 10 years, SA per cent; for the next 10 years, 4 per cent; for the next 10 ye^irs, 4.^ per 
cent; for the next 10 years, 5 per cent; and for the remainder of the term, G per cent. 

Operating road,, independent 

Operating road, independent. Of '"line owned," 7.26 miles not in operation. "Line operated" 
includes 1.25 miles of dummy line belonging to the Consolidated Railway, Light and Power 
Co., of Wilmington, N. C. 

Su])8idiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 29, 1881, to X. En. R. R. of S. Car. and Wilm., 
Col. & Aug. R. R. (now a part of Atl. Coast Line R. R.), from Dec. 1, 1881, for 99 years, at an 
annual rental of $30,000, taxes, et^*., and $1,000 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 8, 1885, for 30 years, to Cape Fear-& Yad. Vy. 
Ry.; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, and all expenses. Lease assumed by Atl. Coast Line 
R. R. 

Operating road, subsidiarj', other relation 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

do 

Operating road, independent. H . G. Williams, Receiver; appointed Dec. 18, 1902 

Operating road, independent. Switching road 

Operating road, independent 

do 

0|)crating road, independent. P. R. Rivers, Receiver; appointed June 9, 1904 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 



Operating road, independent 

Oi>erating road, independent. Operated by Cape Fear I/Umber Co 

Private road. Figures cover 14 miles belonging to John L. Roper Lumber Co. 

Private road , 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Farris & Wise, lessees 

Private road * 

Op<^rating road, independent. Of "line owned," 1..tO miles not in operation. . , 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Opt^rating road, independent. Motive power, electricity 

Operating road, indc-p'^ndent. Hauls coal for Campl)ells Creek Coal Co 

Operating road. indeTxmdent 

Private coal road. Hauls coal for Cannclton Coal Co 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



972 
973 
974 
975 
97ft 
977 
978 

979 
960 



981 
982 



983 

984 

985 

138 

986 

987 
968 
989 
990 
991 
992 
993 
994 

995 

996 
997 
996 

Vtfv 

1000 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 

loas 

1006 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 



212 BEPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 

GnoLp rV. Table I.— t'l^asiPicATios ofRailwats akd UaBAOE 



■llwgn Itailrottd Company. - 



1014 : CuUb aiul Cbonan UiLUra&d i 

1015 riisrle«ton and Wwlani Carol 

iOlfl Chsrlia'tonToriniMl Company. 
IQIT I rhBrlotto, Uonroc and ColumI 

Quiitingiot 
CompMiy. 



lUllrowl Com- 



lOlH Chesapeake and Ohl 
, [Line eai 

I „ ^ Blnte.1 



Sulphiu' mains u'd Railroad Com|Huir.. 
Coal JIJTOT KaOiray Compuiy 



€hpst«Tfl(iJd tnri LaseailtT ttallroad CompanT... 

Chowan and Aulander Railroad (.'^TQpaay 

■ ^.i_..v ,:,..._ t..„i^ Company'a itiiilroad 



I Clinch Valley 

Coal and Cota ^ _ , ,_ 

I Columbia. SevrVnry and Ijudmib Rallroiul (om 

' piny. 

, Colunibia Union Slntian Coinpany 

Conway Coaat and Weateni Uaiiroad Coaquuiy. 

Curlluid Evani) LumbHr Company'* liallrBul... 



I Qw{iirBtcr Bailway C-ompany. 

DovDr and aauth Bound Railroad 

I I>ry fork Railroad Coinpany 

Durham and Charlotte Baaiomi Company... 
Durham and Soutb CwraUna R^roadCompa 

Durham uid Soulhem Ballnrjiy Company 

Durham Union Btalian Company- 



, E, P. iluiton LumbrrCompany'a RallrojJ.. 

East Carolina EaUway 

Edgifuioot and Uanetu Bailw*y Company . . 



lOU , OuDignMtrn sod Woatem It 
VM* lade Cnsk and Ralr'-'- "' 



low I anenvl 






::n«l[aiid RajelBb RaUrootl Cotapuiy 

Springa Railroad Company. 

Illouid VaDODboni Rallnwul Company 



^ochvUlBRaUi ^_, __.. 

ViUey HaJiwuy Company; * 
■----' '"-'■*- -lEanTray Company ■.,. 
ol Obto RIvw.f 

K ailroad Company- 



. Creek and I'ound Rh 

Rallioad Cimipany. 
ibcr C^cnnpany'a ftaUrud 



. ^ J _ Itallroai 

Kanswha and Coal Rlvei Halliray Company .. . 

Kanawha and Eastfm Uaiiroad Corapuny 

Kjuuiwhs and Weal Virginia Railroad Company 
' Inoludea ■22.07 mnp»lvln|! tn firoup V 
>Boe enpplffinmt -w' aiond of Tatle 
■ OecTrmwe- 



iMt AWMtD. 



tftiK ortauteo. 



13.0 



June 30, 



31.00 
10.00 



• MIX . 

1(0.31 . 

10, u . 

8.00 . 
20. M 



10. SO n 
or totHlaroverlnB entire road, 
subsidiary road ai 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 213 

FOR THE Year enj>ing June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating road, independent. Leased Aug. 23, 1888, to RaL & Aug. Air Line R. R. for 99 years, 1013 
with priviJego of renewal, the consideration being $5. Road suhleased June 1, 1890, for 97 
years, to V/. C. Petty, and operated l)y him, at annual rental of $1 ,440, after rails had lx^en laid, 
etc., by Rnl. <fc Aug. Air Line R. R. 
I rrivatc'road. Of "line owned," 2mik?s not in operation 1014 

j Operating road, independent. See aiao Remark.s, page 223, Na IXai, Aug/& Suramerv. R. R . . J 1015 

I Operating road, independf nt I 1016 

do 1017 

i do 

I 

Subsidiary' road, contingent money rental. Contract made with John Nuttall, June 17, 1891; 
Irssee maintains track and roadbipd, hauls lessor's freight Ireo, and pays him one-third of rev- 
enue received from other shippers. 

Subsidiary roa^l, contingent money rental. Contract dated July 1, 1895; lessee pays cost of 
maintenance and hauls lessor's freight frtM> of charge. 

Operating road, subsidiarj', other relation. Controlled through ownership ol entire capital 
stock. 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary ro*d, fixed money reittaL Leased May 1, 1902, for 99 years, terminable on GO days' 
notice by either party; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, and organization expenses not to 
exceed $1,000 per annum. Leasee owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating roaa, independent 

Operating road, independent. Chiefly used for logging puri>oses 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

do 



lOlS 
1019 

ia:o 

1021 

1022 
1023 



1024 
1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 



do 1029 

do 1030 

Private road 1081 

Oi>erating road, independent 1032 

Private road. Owned and operated by Goldsboro Lumber Co 1033 

Operating road. Independent 1084 

....do ; 1035 

....do I 1036 

....do 1037 

Operating road, independent. Leases privilege of using station facilities to Southern, Norf. 1038 

& Wn., Seaboard Air Line, and Durham A Sn. Rys, they paying 5 per cent on capital stock. 

interest on bonds, and expenses ol oi)eration. 

Private road 

Operating road, independent. Road leased to and opirated by 11. C. Bridgers 

Operating road, independent 

Independent joad. "Lhie owned" not In operation 

Operating road, independent. P. A. Willcox, Receiver; appmnted Feb. ^ 1905 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, independent. Op«'rated by B<'aufort Coimty Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 



Operating road, su))sidiary, otlier relation. Controilcd through ownership of capital stock. 

Operating rood, independent 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned." 7.60 miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 4 miles not in operation 

Ofxerating road, independent. Coal road 

Private logging road 

do 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Coal road for Alpha Coal Mining Co 

Operating road, independent 



1039 
1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
803 
80fi 



1C48 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 



214 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IV. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1057 

1058 

1050 
1000 
1061 
1002 
10G3 
1064 
1065 
1006 
1067 
1068 
1069 
1070 
1071 
1072 

1073 
1074 

1075 

1076 
884 

1077 

1078 

1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 

1088 
1080 

1090 
1091 
1092 
1093 
1094 
1095 
1096 
1097 

1098 




Name of road. 



Kanawha, Glen Jean and Eastern Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Kelly's Creek Railroad 



Kelly 'sCroek and Northwestern Railroad Company, 

Kinston and Carolina Railroad Company 

Lancaster and Chester Railway Company 

Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company 

Le^therwood Railroad 

Lick Creek and Lake Erie Railroad Company 

Linville River Railway Company 

Little Kanawha Railroad Company 

Lorama Railroad Company 

Lunenburg and Prince JEdward Railroad 

Maims Creek Railroad 

Marion and Rye Valley Railway Company 

Mead vale and Summervillo Railroad Company 

Mount Airy and Eastern Railway Company 




UNE OWNED. 



Length. 



New Hanover Transit Company's Railroad 

New River, Ilolston and Western Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Norfolk and Portsmouth Belt Lino Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Norfolk and Southern Railroad Company 

Norfolk and Western Railway Company » 

[Line south of Ohio River J 
Blackstone and Lunenburg Railroad Company. 

Big Stony Railway Company 



West Virginia Southwestern Railway Company, 
Norfolk County Timber Corporation's Railroad. . , 

North State Railroad Company , 

Northampton and Hertford Railroad Company . . , 

Panther Railroad Company , 

Pec Dee River Railroad 

Pickens Railroad Company , 

Pickens and Addison Railway Company 

Valley Railroad Co 



Pickens and Hackers 



Company 



Piney River and Paint Creek Railroad Company. . . 
Potomac, Fredericksburg and Piedmont Railroad 

Company. 

Ralclgn and Charleston Railroad Company 

Raleigh and Pamlico Sound Railroad Company — 

Raleigh and Southport Railway Company 

Raleigh and Western Railwi\y Company 

Egvpt Railway Company 

Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad 

Rich Patch Railroad 

Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad 
Company. 

Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac and 
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Connec- 
tion Company. 



1099 I Roanoke Railroad and Luml>er Company. 



1100 Rowland Lumber Company's Railroad. . 

1101 I Seaboard Air Line Railway • 

! [Line in Group IVJ 

1102 : Wilmington Railway Bridge Company. 



Miles. 
4.20 

9.72 

«3.50 

22.00 

2a 60 

9.06 

10.00 

8.00 

12.00 

30.00 

9.00 

9.00 

9.50 

18.10 

8.00 

19.25 

4.00 
7.;0 

7.17 

223. 34 
< 1,596.78 

3.09 

10.68 



1L20 

8.00 

7.50 

9.00 

11.00 

10.50 

9.00 

16.00 

19.50 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



6.00 
37.00 

41.00 
20.00 
43.00 



8.00 
18.00 

7.50 
8L99 

L21 



75.00 

29.60 
1,12L49 

2.40 



Miles. 



1 .02 



1.00 



UNE OrERATED. 



Length. 



1.00 
.50 



1 3.00 



1.37 

.19 
27.36 

3.09 



11.20 
8.00 
1.50 



2.00 
3.00 

6.00 



41.00 
10.00 
11.50 



J .10 
1 .04 



5.00 



Miles. 
4.20 

9.72 

«3.50 

22.00 

28.60 

9.06 

10.00 

8.00 

12.00 

30.00 

9.00 

9.00 

9.50 

laio 
aoo 

19.25 

4.00 
7.00 

9.00 

224.21 
» 1,597.84 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



10.68 

11.20 

8.00 

7.60 

9.00 

11.00 

10.50 

9.00 

16.00 

17.50 

6.00 
37.60 

41.00 



46.00 
8.00 



« 18.00 

7.60 

83.20 



75.00 

29.60 
1,123.89 



» Decrease. 

> Unofficial figures. 

> See Supplement ** A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

* Includes 15.68 miles lying in Group II and 0.29 mite lying in Group V. 

* Includes 16.21 mUes lying in Orotip II aynd 0.29 mite lying In Gioiq> V. 



Miles. 
» .02 



1.00 



LOO 
.60 



> aoo 



1.37 

.19 
27.36 



11.20 
&00 
L50 



2.00 
1.00 

6.00 



41.00 

ii.66 



1 4.64 



&.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 215 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 



1057 
1058 



Operating road, independent. "Line owned" and "line operated" include 1.24 miles leased 
from Big Mountain K. R. Road owned by C. C. Lewis and operated by Sunday Creek Co. 

Operating road, independent 1059 

Operating road , independent. Owned and operated by Kinston Lumber Co lOCO 

Operating road, independent 1061 

do 1062 

Private logging road 1063 

Operating road, independent 1064 

do 1065 

do 1066 

do 1067 

Private luinl>er road 1068 

Private road. Owned and operated by Longdale Iron Co 1069 

Operating road, independent 1070 

Operating road, independent. Principally logging business i 1071 

Operating road, independent. J. A. Mills and E. M. Wiley, Receivers; appointed June 10, 1904, I 1072 
and Apr. 12, 1905, respectively. I 

Operating road, independent. Used almost exclusively for excursion travel I 1073 

Oi)erating road, independent 1074 



Operating road, independent. "Line operated" includes 1.83 miles leased from Southern Ry. 



Operating road, independent. Figures cover 45.06 miles of electric line. 
Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. 
"Line owned" not in operation. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 
ital stock. 

do 

Pri vate road 

Operating road, independent. Logging l)usincss 

Operating road, independent 

Private road. Opt?ratcd by W. M. Ritter Lumber Co 

Pri vate logging road. Owned by estate of W. L. Rankin 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Holly J^umber Co 

Operating road, independent. C. D. Ilov.ard, Receiver; appointed Sept. 9, 1905. Of "line 
owned," 2 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road , independent 



do 

Independent road. " Lino owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation 

Private logging road. Ov\Tied and operated by Red Springs Lumber Co 

Private road. Oix^ratcd by Chapman Iron, Coal <t Coke Co ^ 

Operating road, independent. Controlled by Richmond- Washington Co. through ownership of 
majoritv of capital stock. 

Subsidiarv road, contingent money rental. Least^.d Aug. I. 18r>6, practically in prpetuity, and 
by supplemental agn*ement, Apr. 9, 18*)7, to Rich., Fredsb. & Pot. R. R. and Rich. <fc Petersb. 
R. R. (now a part of Atl. Coast Line R. R.), jointly: rental, a specific sum per capita on pas- 
sengers and on each 100 pounds of freight moved over road, with a guarantee that such rental 
shall amount to 8 per cent on capital stock. 

Private logging road. Mileage stated is the aggregate mileage of several logging roads in dif- 
ferent parts of North Carolina. 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Road owned jointly by Atl. Coast Line R. R. and Seaboard 
A ir Line R v. , these companies agreeing to pay all operating exi>enses and fixed chains. Mile- 
age of road, 2.40 miles, included oy each joint owner in its ox)erated mileage. 



1075 

1076 
884 

1077 

1078 

1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 

1068 
1089 

1090 
1091 
1092 
1093 
1094 
1095 
1096 
1097 

1098 



1099 

1100 
1101 

1102 



216 REPOBT OF THE INTEKSTATE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 



Group IV 



Table I. — Classification op Railways Ayi> Mileage 




No. 



1103 
1104 

fm 

1106 



1106 



1107 
U06 



110& 
1110 

nil 

1112 



1113 
1114 

1115 

1116 



1117 
1118 



LINE O^'NED. 



Name of road. 



Shenandoah Iron and Coal Company's Railroad.. 

South and Western Railway Company 

Southern Railway Company > 

[Line in Vtrginia and the Carolinas.] 
Atlanta ana Charlotte Air Line Railway Com- 
pany. 




Atlantic and Danville Railway Company 



Atlantic and Yadkin Rafiway Company 

Franklin and Pittsylvania Railroad Company 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and Southern 
Railroad Company. 

Lockhart Railro&d Corapanj- 

North and South Carolina itailroad Company . , . 
North Carolina Railroad Company 



North Carolina Midland Railroad Company 

Richmond and Mecklenburg Railroad Company 

Seivem and Knox^'ille Railroad Company 

Southern Railway— Carolina Division 



State University Railroad Company. 
Transylvania Railroad Company ^'.. 



1119 Whitney Company's Railroad 



1120 Yadkin Railroad Company 

1121 Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway Coni- 

1122 Blue Ridge Railway Company 

1 12.3 Danville and Western Railway Company 

1124 Strouds Creek and Muddletv Railroad Company. . . 

1125 Surry, Sussex and Southampton Railway Compjiny 

112r» Tidewater Railway Company * .'. 

1127 Tidewater and Western Raifroad Company 

112S Tuckahoe and James River Railroad *. 

1129 Union and Glenn Springs Railroad Company 

1130 Virginia and Carolina Coast Railroad Company. . . 

1131 Pamlico, Oriental and Western Railroad Com- 

pany. 

1132 Virginia and Kentucky Rallwa j- Company 

1133 Virginia and Southwestern Railway Company 

1134 Virginia Anthracite Coal and Railway Company.. . 

113.> Virginia-Carolina Railway Company *. 

113(5 Virginia Northern Railroad 

11:^7 Virginia Ore and Lumber Companv's Railroad 

1 138 Virginia Southern Railroad Company 

1139 Ware Shoals Railroad 

U40 Warrenton Railroad Companv 

2141 Washington, Alexandria and ^oimt Vernon Rail- 
way Company. 



10 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Milen. . 
11.00 

1 03. 12 ; 

1,570.81 ; 
5 2f.3.2o ' 



,00 
,00 



276. 45 



105. 12 
29.90 



26.80 

13.81 

4.45 

223.55 



53. .t2 
31.30 

17.44 
« n3.73 



10.20 
41.30 

6.o0 



41.70 '. 
2.52 j 

34.02 ' 

78.00 |. 
8.00 ; 
• fl4.fl0 '. 

.56. 59 

92.16 
• 5.00 

19.20 

74. 52 

16.20 

4.20 
139.00 

8.84 
24-30 
13.54 
10.00 
12.00 

fi. 

3. 
17 



11.00 

« .88 



LINE OPERATED. 



Ix»ngth. 



53 



Milcff. 
11.00 
1 63. 12 
< 3,548.75 



17 



« 2.78 



8.00 



56. 59 
92.16 



15.20 

74.52 
6.70 



« .60 
» .16 
,00 



5. 



10.00 



6.00 



Increase 
as shown 
l)y com- 
parison 

with 
Juno ;«), 

19a5. 



w 



44.00 

83.00 

8.00 

> 04.60 



92.16 



19.20 
91.52 
16.20 

4.80 
• IGl.OO 

9.34 
24.30 
13.54 



12.00 



3.00 
" W.OD 



1 Inclodes 23.12 milea lying in Group V. 

* Decrease. 

* Sm« SopplcflDeiit ".\ " at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

* Indtidra 2i)5 mile?) lyir^ in Group II. 

* InciudM 96.19 miles 'lying in Group V. 
« Includes 0.37 mile lying in Group v. 

» Report for six months ending June 30, 1903. 
" Unofflcial figures. 

* Includes 69.50 miles lying in Group V. 

10 Unofiicial flgnres. Includes 0.80 mile lying in Group II. 
u Unofficial figures. Includes 1.90 miles lying in Group II. 



MiUi. 
11.00 
a .88 
42.31 



« 41.70 



s 2.78 



8.00 



d2.l6 



15.20 

91.. '^2 

ft. 70 



« .60 

.34 

5.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 217 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Private road 

Operating road, indeixjndent 

Operating road, independent. **Line owned" includes 9.40 mile* teasocl to and operated by 

Ches. <fe Ohio Ry. and 9.98 miles leased to and operated by Blue Ridge Rv. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Agreement dated Mar. 26, 1881, for an indefinite time, 

under which Southern Ry. (fonnerly Rich. & Danv. R. R.) pays as annual rental interest on 

bonds, dividend not to exceed 7 per cent on capital stock* and $4,000 for organization expenses. 
Suljsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 1, 1899, to continue until Jul v 1, 1949; rental, 

$127,000 per annum to June 30, 1901, $157,000 per annum to June 30, 1904, $188,000 per arnittm to 

Juno 30, 1009, and $218,000 per anmim thereafter; lessee also pays taxes, charges, assessments, 

and maintenance of road. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased Sept. 19, 1878, to Wash. Cy., Va. Midi. <Se Ot. Sn. 

R. R. (afterwards Va. Midi. Ry.) for 34 years from completion; rental, interest on bonds; 

lease assigned to Southern Ry,, July 1, 1894. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock.. . 

Subsidiary road^ fixed money rental. Lea^d Juno 1, 1900, for 20 years: rental. $1 per annmn . . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1896, for 99 years; rental from Jan. 1, 1896, 
to Dec. 31, 1901, $266,000 per annum and all taxes; rental thereafter, $286,000 per annum and 
all taxes. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . . 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1898, for .>0 j'ears; annual rental, $12,600. 
Lessee oa^tis majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under lea^'e dated June 30, 1902, and 
supplement thereto dated Dec. 31, 1902, for a period of 999 years, lessee to apply the income 
from operation to the payment of operating expenses, taxes, and fixed charges, and to divide 
the balance, if any, equally Iwtween lessor and lessee. Ix^ssee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . . 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1906, for 50 years; annual rental, $25,000 
for the first 10 years, $30,000 thereafter, and taxes. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. I^a.'ved May 7, 1904, for* 5 years, and thereafter until 
agreement is terminated by cither party. Lessee maintains the road and retains all earnings 
therefrom. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . . 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

....do 

....do 

Operating road, independent. Logging business 

Operating road, independent 

Independent road. * Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

Private coal road. ** Line owned " not In oi)eration 

Operating road, independent. E. W. Robertson, Receiver: appointed Jan. 8, 1906 

Operating road, mdependent 

Ojwrating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 
ital stock. 

()l)e rating road, independent 

do 

....do 

....do 



No. 



1103 

1104 
939 

1105 
1106 



1107 
1106 



1109 

1110 
1111 
1112 



1113 
1114 

1115 
1110 



1117 
1118 

1119 



1120 
1121 

1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 
1128 
1129 
1130 
1131 

1132 
1133 
1134 
113,'i 



Private road. Owned an<l operated by Chapman Iron, Coal & Coke Co 1136 

Private road. '• Line owned " not in operation ' 1 137 

Operating road, independent 1138 



Private road. Owned by Ware Shoals Manufacturing Co. " Line owned " not in operation. . . 
Operating road, independent 



1139 
1140 



Oi)erating road, independent. Motive power, electricity i 1141 



218 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Groxp IV. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1142 
1143 



1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
114S 
1149 
1150 
1151 
1152 
1153 



Name, of road. 



Washington Southern Railway Company, 
rotomac Railroad Company 



Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Company 
West Virginia and Southern Railroad Company 

West Vii^nia Midland Raiitoad Company 

West Virginia Northern Railroad Company 

White Oak Railway Company 

Whiteville Lumber Companyjs Railroad 

Wilson Lumber Company's Railroad 

Winifrcde Railroad Company 

Winnsboro Granite Company's Railroad 

Wise Terminal Company 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



1.10 



22.00 
•6.71 
34.01 
10.40 

8.87 
15.00 

4.50 

7.43 
13.00 

5.87 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

iga'i. 



Miles- ^^ilcs. 

32.73 ' » 1.94 



4 



LINE OPERATED. 



34.01 



8.87 

1.00 

.50 



1.00 
.29 



Length. 



Mile St. 
«3.5.?3 



Increase 
as shown 
Dy com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
1 1.94 



22.00 

» 5. 47 

34.01 

10.40 

8.87 
15.00 

4.50 

7.43 
13.00 

5.87 



34.01 



8.87 

1.00 

.50 



1.00 
.29 



1 Decrease. 



« Includes 2.00 miles lying in Group II. 



Unofficial figures. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 219 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190G — Continued. 



6 



No. 

Remarks. 



Operating road, independent. Controlled by Richmond-Washington Co. through stock owner- 1142 

ship. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. I>ease<i May 17, 1877. for 28 years, to Rich., Fredsb. & Pot. 1143 

R. R.; rental, interest on bonds. Lease transferred Mar. 9, 1904, to Wash. Sn. Ry., which 

owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 1144 

Operating road, independent. Of '* line owned, " 1.24 miles not in operation 1145 

Oi^erating road, independent 1146 

do 1147 

do 1148 

do 1149 

Private road 1150 

Operating road, independent 1151 

Private road 1152 

Operating road, independent 1153 



220 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classiticatiox of Railways and Mileage 



No. 




1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1XS» 

1150 
1160 

1161 
1162 

1163 
1164 
1165 

11G6 

11G7 

982 

1168 

1160 
1170 



1171 

1172 

1173 
1174 

1175 



1176 
1177 
1178 

1179 



1180 
1181 



Total— Group V. 



A. W. Stevens Lomber Company's Railroad 

Alabama and Mississippi Railroad Company 

Alabama and Tombigoee Railway Company 

Alabama and Vlcksborg Railway Company 

Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron Company's 

Railroad. 
Albany and Northern Railway Company 

Albany Street Railroad Company 



Alljertson Great Eastern Railroad 

Ashland Coal and Iron Railway Company. 



Atlanta and Saint Andrews Bay Railway. . . 

Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company. 

Atlanta Belt Line Company 



Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad Com- 
pany. » 
Atlanta Terminal Company 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company ♦ 

[Line south of Savannah, Georgia. | 



Winston and Bone Valley Railroad Company. 

Georgia Railroad, Lessee Organization 

Georgia Railroad and Banking Company. . . 



Augusta Belt Railway Company 

Lexington Terminal Railroad Company. 



Monroe Railroad Company, 

"'la 



Union Point and White Plains Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company * 

[Line south of Ohio River.] 



Central Transfer Railway and Storage Com- 
pany. 
Eikton and Guthrie Railroad Company 

Glasgow Railway Company 



Henderson Bridge and Railroad Company. 



Long Branch Coal Railroad Company 

Nashville and Decatur Railroad Company 



4 



LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Ix»ngth. 



Miles. 
26.742.56 



Increase 
as shown 
])y com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

19a). 

Miles. 
988.80 



25.00 

17.00 

« 28.00 

142.78 

«7.00 

35.00 
L6S 

6.00 
22.06 

15.00 

8&70 

6.00 

337.39 

3.30 

2,267.20 

27.79 



303.00 



6.92 

3.58 

10.00 
12.00 

» 3,643.63 

.67 
10.92 
10.50 

f 10. 03 



7.86 
119.24 



» 1.00 
» 8.00 



2.00 



15.00 



337.39 
3.30 

8.56 



103.72 



10.03 



Length. 



Miles. 
27,386.21 



2&00 

17.00 

*a8.00 

142.78 

«7.00 

35.00 



&00 
22.06 



91.91 



304.11 
3.30 

2, 321. 81 



307.00 



ao2 

3.58 

10.00 
13.50 

• 3,982.51 



» Decrease. 

> Unofficial figures. 

> Report for two months ending June 30, 1906. 

* See Supplement "A" at end ofTable for totals covering entire road. 
ft Includes 79.36 miles lying In Group IV. 

• Includes 83.90 miles lying in Group IV. 
' Includes 9.56 milea lying In Group III. 



Increase 
as shoTSTi 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
I,14La0 



» LOO 
I &00 



2.00 



I ,2» 



304.11 
3.30 

8.56 



104.53 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 221 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Remarks. 



Privato road 

OfK^rating road, independent 

Pri vato logging road 

Operating road, independent 

I'rivate road 

Operating road. indei)endent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. Used 
as a siding by Alb. & Nn. Ry. 

Private logging road 

Operating road, independent. Leased for joint use by Ches. & Ohio Ry. and operated jointly 
with that company. 

Independent road. " Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money n'ntal. Leased Nov. 30, 1900, for 99 years; rental, $16,000 and 
taxes. 

Opt^rating road, independent. Of "line owned," 10.75 miles leased to and operated by Ociila 
& Valdosta K. U. and 22.5.'i miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent. Under eontnict dated June 1, 1903, for 50 years, the terminal 
facilities of this company are used jointly by Atlanta & W. Pt. R. R. and Cent, of Ga. and 
Southern Rys., which own entire capital stoclc. one-third each. 

Operating road, independent. Of "Ime owned." 3.90 miles not in operation. See also "Re- 
marks,^ No. 1170, Oa. R. R. & Bkg. Co., below, and page 223, No. 1191, .Vug. and Summery. 
R.R. 

Subsidiarv road, fixed money rental. I^eased Mar. 1, 1906, for 1 year; rental, 6 per cent on capi- 
tal stock and per cent oii value of improvements. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. See *• Remarks," No. , Ga. R. R. & Bkg. Co... 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 7, 1881, from Apr. 1, 1881, for 99 years, at 
SGOO,000 por annum, to W. M. Wadley and associates, who conveyed their interests to Cent. 
R. R. «Sr Bkg. Co. of Ga. and Louisv. <t Nashv. R. R.. one-half to each; now operated by a 
joint commission under the name of Georgia R. R. On June 9, 1898, Louisv. & Nashv. R. R. 
acquired the interest of Cent. R. R. & Bfe. Co. of Ga., and was the sole lessee until July 1, 
1^. when Atl. Coast Line R. R. of S. C.'srcured from Louisv. <fe Nashv. R. R. a half Interest 
in the lease for the balance of the term of 99 years. This half interest is now held by Atl. 
Coast Line R. R. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated by Georgia R. R. for shifting purposes. 
Capital stock practically owned by Ics.ves of Ga. R. R. <t Bkg. Co. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Entire capital stock owned by lessees of Ga. R. R. 
At Bkg. Co. 

do 

Operating road, subsldiarj- , other relation. Operated by Georgia R. R. for owners 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. "Line owned" includes 20.70 miles operated by 111. Cent. R. R. and 2M.20 miles 
operated by Nashv., Chatt. & St. L. Ry. See also "Remarks," page 223, No. 1191, Aug. & 
Summerv. R. R., and No. 1170, Ga. R. R. & Bkg. Co., above. 

Sub.'iidiary road, other relation. Oijerated as a switch jointly by Southern Ry. and Louisv. & 
Nashv. R. R., wlilch own entire capital stock, and mileage included in sidings of latter. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased from Dec. 1, 1904, for 25 years; rental, net 
earnings. 

Subsidiarj- road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 8, 1902, for 5 years; rental, net earnings. 
Any excess of operating expenses over earnings shall be chargeable to Glasgow Ry., and col- 
lected out of future earnings, or otherwise. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under agreement dated Apr. 12, 1902, effective 
May 1, 1902, and terminable on 60 days' notice in writing by either party, under which Louisv. 
& Nashv. R. R. maintains the property and pays interest on bonds and sinking-fund require- 
ments. On June 30, 1006. the legal title to this company's property, rights, privileges, and 
franchises was conveyed to operating company, but report is made for entire year. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. leased Oct. 18, 1899, in effect July 1, 1900, for 999 years; 
rental, 7) por cent on capital stock. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 



No. 



1154 
1155 
1156 
11S7 
1158 

1150 
IICO 

llGl 
1162 

1163 
1104 
11G5 

1106 

11G7 

982 

1168 

1109 
1170 



1171 

1172 

1173 
1174 

1175 



1176 
1177 
1178 

1179 



1180 
llSl 



222 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagb 



No. 



1182 
1183 
1184 
1185 

1186 

1187 



1188 



1189 
1190 

1191 



1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
119C 
1197 

1198 
1199 
1200 

1201 
1202 



1203 
1204 
1205 
120<) 
1207 
1208 
1209 

1210 



1211 



1212 



1213 



Name of road. 



Atlantic Coast I.ine Railroad Company— Contd. 
I Line south of Savannan, Georgia.] 
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company- 
Continued. 

[Line south of Ohio River.] 
Owensboro and Nashville Railway Company.. 
South and North Alabama Railroad Company. 

Stouts Mountain Railroad Company; 

Louisville, Henderson and Saint Louis Railway 

Company. 
Nashville, Chattatiooga and Saint Louis Rail- 
way. 
Western and Atlantic Railroad 



Yellow River Railroad Company. 



Augusta and Florida Railway Company 

Midville, Swainsboro and Red Blun Railroad 
Company. 
Augusta and Summerville Railroad Company 



Bainbridgc Northern Railway 

Beaver Dam Railroad Company 

Bessemer and Southwestern Railroad 

Bigwoods Lumber Companv's Railroad 

Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad Company 

Birmingham, Columbus, and Saint Andrews Rail- 
road Company. 

Birmingham Southern Railroad Company 

Boguc Chitto. Liberty and Southwestern Rjiilroad. 

Bowden Lithla Springs Short Line Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Brookhaven and Pearl River Railway Company... 
Pearl River Lumber Company's Railroad 



Brooksville Railroad Company 

Hrooksville and Hudson Railroad 

C. II. Loveland's Railroad 

Cadiz Railroad Company 

Carrollton and Worth ville Railroad Company. 

Carrollton Short Line Railway Company 

Central of Georgia Railway Company 



Augusta and Savannah Railroad Company. 



Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad Comi>any. 



Southwestern Railroad Company (of Georgia). 



Upson County Railroad Company. 
1 Decrease. 



LINE OWNED. 



4 



line opebated. 



Length. 



Miles. 



88.10 

192.90 

5.95 

181. 70 

839.03 

136.82 



20.41 



30.00 
18.00 I 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



3.39 



32.00 
8.52 
5.50 
14.00 
34.40 
10.00 

26.24 

25.00 

« 3.00 



23.09 



10.00 
52.41 
7.50 
10.33 
10.00 
21.00 
1,454.96 

53.21 



01.50 



333.00 



Miles. 



10.50 
3.97 



00 



14.00 



4.00 



25.00 



52.41 
7.50 



10.00 
"»"."77" 



Length. 



16.25 
s Unofficial figures. 



Miles. 



199.80 
1,226.08 



26.41 



48.00 



4.32 



32.00 
&S2 
&50 



46.40 
10.00 

20.24 

25.00 

« 3.00 

23.09 



10.00 
52.41 
7.60 
10.49 
10.00 
21.00 
1,891.13 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiUs. 



13.80 



.06 



4&00 
118.00 



4.00 



•25.00 



52.41 
7.50 



10.00 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



228 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



« 



No. 



Remarks. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock . . . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 
capital stock. Of " line owned," 3.97 miles not In operation. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Owned by the State of Georgia, and leased by the Gover- 
emor or the State July 19, 1890, for 29 years from Dec. 27, 1890, under authority of an act ap- 
proved Nov. 12, 1889; rental. 1420,012 per annum, which is paid in monthly instaUments directly 
to the Treasurer of the State. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. On June 26, 1906, the le^al title to this company's property, rights, privileges, and 
franchises was conveyed to Lomsv. & Nashv. R. R., but report is made for entire year. 

Operating road, independent: 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1906, for 99 years; rental, $6,000 



Operating road, subsidiarv, other relation. Leased Apr. 10, 1901, to Southern R v.. Cent, of Ga. 
Ry., Charleston & Wn. Car. Ry., and lessees of Ga. R. R. & Bte. Co. (Louisv. & Nashv. R. R. 
and Atl. Coast Line R. R.), in perpetuity, said lease being enective as of Mar. 1, 1900. The 
lessees are to pay as rental for the sole use of tracks of lessor all actual and necessary expenses 
incident to operation of latter in proportion of stock ownership. The capital stock of lessor 
company is held by lessee companies, Southern Ry., Cent, of Ga. Ry., and Charleston & Wn. 
Car. Ry., each owning one-fourth, and lessees of Ga. R. R. & Bkg. Co. each owning one-eighth. 

Private road. Operated by Flint River Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

Private road. Owned and operated by United States Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Co 

Private road. ** Line owned^* not in operation 

Operating road, Independent 

do 



1182 
L183 
1184 
1185 

1186 

1187 



1188 



1189 
1190 

1191 



do. 



Private logging road. Operated by B. E. Brister Saw Mill Co. 
Operating road, independent. Operated for the estate of E. W. 



1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 
1197 

1198 
1199 
Marsh, proprietor i 1200 



Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 11, 1904, for 5 years, at an annual rental of 
approximately 97,400. Lease terminable on short notice by either party. ' * Line owned ' ' In- 
omdes 14.88 miles, which is the property of the 111. Cent. R. R., formerly owned by Peari River 
Lumber Co. and leased by it from lU. Cent. R. R., the latter company including said mileage 
in its returns for yard track and sidings. The Pearl River Lumber Co. leased entire line, 
including 8.21 miles owned by it, to theBrookhaven. & Pearl Riv. Ry., which was organized 
in 1904. 

Operating road, independent 

Private road. Ownea and operated by Aripeka Saw Mills Co 

Private lumber road 

Operating road. Independent 

do 



.do. 



1201 
1202 



Operating road, independent. Of ' 'line owned," 58.09 miles leased to and operated by Seaboard 
Air Line Ry. See also ''Remarks," No. 1191, Aug. & Summery. R. R. above. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 24, 1895, from Nov. 1, 1895, for 101 years, 
renewable in like periods upon the same terms forever; rental, 5 per cent on capital stock, 
expenses of operation, maintenance, and S2.000 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased under contracts dated July 2, 1900, and Dec. 31, 
1904, in perpetuity; rental, 5 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, and 1 per cent on 
capital stock and oonds as a sinking fund until the bonds are retired, taxes, and organization 
exx)ense8. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 17, 1895, from Nov. 1, 1805, for 101 years, 
renewable in like periods upon the same terms forever; rental, 5 per cent on capital stock, 
taxes, assessnwnts. maintenance, and 12,500 for organization expenses. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controildd through ownership ox entire capital stock 



1203 
1204 
1205 
1206 
1207 
1208 
1209 

1210 



1211 



1212 



1213 



12689— OT- 



IS 



224 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milbaob 



No. 



1211 

1215 

1216 
1217 

1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 

1018 

1224 

1225 

1226 

1227 
1228 

1229 

1230 



1231 

1232 
1233 
1234 

123.'i 
1236 



Name of road. 



Central of OeorKia Railway Company — Continued. 
Louis vUie and Wadley Railroad Company 

Stlllmore Air Line Railway 

Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad Company. . 
W rights ville and TenniUe Railroad Company 

Champion Lumber Company's Railroad 

Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway Company 

Chattahoochee Valley Railway Company 

Chattanooga Southern Railroad Company 

Chesapeake and Nashville Railway 

Middle and East Tennessee Central Railway 
Company. 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company > 

[Line west of Huntington, West Vir- 
ginia.] 
Chesapeake and Omo Railway Company of Ken- 
tucky. 
Covington and Cincinnati Elevated Railroad and 

Transfer and Bridge Companv. 
Passenger and Belt Kail way Company of Lex- 
ington, Kentucky. 

Chickawsaha and Jackson Railroad Company 

Cincinnati, Flemingsburg and Southeastern Rail- 
road Company. 
Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Paciflo Rail- 
way Company. 
Cincinnati southern Railway 



Cincinnati, Bumside and Crnnberland Riyer 
Railway Company. • 

Harriman and Northeastern Railroad Company. . 

Clear Creek Lumber Company's Railroad 

Collins and Reldsville Railroad Company 



Cooper Lumber Company's RaUroad 

Curtis Att^a Lumber Company's Railroad . 



UNS OWNED. 



Length. 



10.00 

54.00 

37.00 
76.00 

16.50 
3L00 
16.25 
Oi.00 
35.87 
n.30 

•8.80 

430.80 

» 1.80 

4.20 

90.00 
17.12 



T 335.92 



LOO 

19.70 

16.00 

7.00 

» 14.00 
8.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30 

1905. 



Miles 



.50 



2.25 
3L00 
> .25 



1 .70 



1 .20 



430.80 



LOO 



16.00 
.09 



8.00 



LINE OPSKATED. 



Length. 



liOea. 

10.00 

54.00 

37.00 
76.75 

16.50 
. 3L00 
16.25 
99.18 
35.87 
U.30 

«55L30 



30.00 
17.12 

• 337.73 



Increase 

as shown 

by com- 

pariaon 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



LOO 



Decrease. 

See Supplement "A" at end of Table lor totals covering entire road. 

Ides in Group IV. 

Includes 0.80 mile lying in Group III and 8.80 miles lying in Group IV. 

Includes 0.80 mile lying in Group III. 

Includes 2.37 miles lying in Group III. 

Includes 0.56 mile lying in Group III. 

Report for period, August 10, 1906 to June 30, 1906. 

Unofficial flgurea. 



MiUa. 



.50 



2.25 
3L00 
i .25 



» .70 



siao 



LOO 



19.70 

16.00 

7.00 

• 14.00 


fl 

"16.66 

.00 


8.001 


'**i*66 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 226 

FOB THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



« 



HonutilBk 



No. 



Open 
tal 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

do 

^rating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
' stock. 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

Operating road, Independent. Operated by the purchaser, W. A. Weber 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Owned by A. A. I>ow, of New York, who, after 
purchase, placed the operation of this spur without formal lease or agreement under the 
management of Ches. & Nashv. Ry. 

Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of substantially all the capital 

stock. 
do 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Operated under lease, lessee guaranteeing principal and 
interest of bonds. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Robinson Land & Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 



.do. 



1214 

1215 

1216 
1217 

1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 

1018 

1224 

1225 

1226 

1227 
1228 

1229 

1290 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Built and owned by the city of Cincinnati in its munici- 
pal capacity. Leased Oct. 12, 1881, for 25 years; annual rental during first period of 5 years, 
1800.000; second period of 5 years, 1900,000: third period of 5 years, 91,000,000; fourth period of 
5 years, 91,090,000; fifth period of 5 years, 91,250,000; lessee also agrees to pay taxes, assess- 
ments, etc., and 912,000 per annum for organization expenses. On June 7, 1902, a contract 
of modification and extension of the lease of Oct. 12, 1881, was executed, according to the 

f>rovisions of which the rental as defined by the terms of the original lease is to be paid to and 
ncluding July 12, 1902. The rental subsequent to said date becoming due under the original 
lease (91,250,000 per annum for a period of 5 years) to be paid at the rate of 91,050,000 per annum 
in cash Quarterly pajnnents ana the payment of the remainder of 950,000 per quarter to be 
deferred from time to time as it accrues, payments to be made at the rate of 910,000 per quarter 
with interest on all such deferred payments at the rate of 3 per cent per annum, payable quar- 
terly until paid. Such quarterly payments of 910.000 to begin Oct. 12, 1902. The extension 
of the lease is for a period of 60 years from date of expiration of original lease. The annual 
rental for the extended term to be, during the first period of 20 years, the sum of 91,050,000. 
during the second period of 20 years, the sum of 91,100,000, and during the third period of 20 years 
the sum of 91,200,000 i>er annum, payable quarterly. Under the supplemental agreement the 
trustees of the Cin. Sn. Rv. are authorized to Issue bonds of the city of Cincinnati to the extent 
of 92,500,000 for terminal facilities and betterments of the railway, the lessee company agreeing, 
by way of additional rental, to pay an amount which shall equal the interest upon said bonds 
and a further sum of 1 per cent per annum on said bonds to provide a sinking fund for their 
redemption at maturity. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital \ 1231 
stock. 

do 1232 

Private road ■ 1233 

Operating road, sul)sidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 1234 
stock. j 

Private road 1235 

do i 1236 



226 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 




1237 
123S 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 

1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 

1261 
1262 
1263 

1264 

1265 
1266 
1267 
1268 

1269 
1270 
1271 
1272 
1273 

1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 



1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 

1290 



Dantzler Lumber Company's Railroad 

Native Lumber Company's Railroad 

Darien and Western Railroad Company 

Dayton Coal and Iron Company's Railroad 

DeFuniak Springs and Northern Railroad 

Delta Northern Railway Company 

Dixie Route 

Doufl^las, Augusta and Quif Railway Company 

Dublin and Southwestern Railroad Company 

Dunham Railroad Company 

Dunnellon Phosphate Company's Railroad 

Dyersburg Nortnem Ridlroad Company 

East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Rail- 
road Company. 

Eastern Kentucky Railway Company 

Eastern Railway of Alabama > 

Alabama Northern Railway Company^ * 

Eastman, Qardiner and Company's Railroad 

Elk VaUey Coal and Iron Company's Railroad 

EUaville, westlake and Jennings Kailway 

Ellisville Lumber Company's Railroad 

Empire Lumber Company^s Railroad 

Epps and Northwestern Railroad 

Escambia Railway 

Escambia Land and Manufacturing Company's 
Loffging Railroad. 

Eureka Lumber Company's RaUroad 

Famsworth Lumber Company's RaUroad 

Fcmwood and Qulf Railroad 

Fitzgerald, Ocmulgeeand Red Bluff Railway Com- 

£any. 
nt River and Gulf Railway Company 

Flint River and Northeastern RaUroad Company. 

Florida RaUway Conrpany 

Florida and Georgia RaUway Company 

Florida East Coast RaUway Company 

FlovUla and Indian Spring RaUway Company 

Flowers Brothers Lumber Company's RaUroad... 

Fountain City RaUway Comjmny 

Four MUe Branch Railroad 

Frankfort and Cincinnati RaUway Company 

GainesviUe and Gulf RaUway Company 

GainesviUe Midland RaUway 

Garbutt and Donovan Short Line RaUway 

Georgia Eastern RaUway 

Geoigia, Florida and Alabama RaUway Company 
Carrabelle, Tallahasseo and Georgia RaUroad. . . 




LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Georgia Granite RaUroad Company 

Geoigia Marble Company's Railroad 

Georgia Northern Railway Company of Geoigia. . 

Gulf and Ship Island Railroad Company 

Hammond and Eastern Railroad 

IIa3mcville and Montgomery Railroad Company. 

Uixon, Sumter and Northwestern RaUway 

Holston VaUey RaUway Company 

Illinois Central RaUroad Company * 

[Line south of Cairo, Illinois.] 
Canton, Aberdeen and NaahvlUe RaUroad Com- 
pany. 



MUen. 

19.00 
17.00 
42.00 
6.50 
10.00 

» 12.00 
20.00 
86.00 

» 31.00 

1 9.50 

14.60 

9.00 

3o.00 

36.00 

19.80 

7.10 

21.00 

1 1.25 

ao.oo 

16.00 

5.00 

J 10.00 

48.00 

36.00 



68.00 
307.00 
14.00 
9.00 
12.00 
14.38 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



87.89 






10.00 
12.00 
20.00 
28.00 
17.00 



1.00 
9.00 
4.00 



2L00 



5.00 



5.60 
36.00 



22.00 
16.00 
21.00 


22.00 
4.00 


15.00 




32.00 
25.00 
59.00 
16.00 


7.00 

1.00 

59.00 


600.07 
2.(i3 


• .77 


18.00 
1 6.75 


13.00 


2.60 




40.00 




48.00 




55.00 




13.43 
16.00 


« .67 


107.00 




60.00 




4.00 




7.00 1 





6.00 

27.23 

» 6.00 

9.00 
12.00 

1.60 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



MxUa. 

19.00 
17.00 
40.00 
6.60 
10.00 

1 12.00 
20.00 
86.00 

1 3L00 

1 9.60 

14.60 



•1, 



35.00 

36.00 

19.80 

7.10 

38.00 

1 L25 

aaoo 

16.00 

6.00 

I 10.00 

48.00 

36.00 

22.00 

16.00 

121.00 

16.00 

32.00 

25.00 

60.00 

9.00 

600.07 

2.63 

18.00 

1 6.75 

2.60 

4a 00 
48.00 
55.00 
13.43 
16.00 
107.00 
60.00 



4.00 

7.00 

68.00 

307.00 

14.00 

9.00 

12.00 

14.38 

487.10 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



1 Unofficial flgOTM. 

s Report for three months ending June 30, 1906. 

* Decrease. 

* See Supplemflnt "A " at end of Table for totals ooveiing enttrs ro«d. 

* Inolades AM miles lying in Group III. 



MOea. 



10.00 
13.00 
20.00 
28w00 
17.00 



LOO 



4.00 



19.80 

7.10 

38.00 



5.00 



6u60 
96.00 

22.00 
4.00 



32.00 

1.00 

69.00 



» .77 



7.60 



» .67 



6.00 

27.23 

S6.00 

9.00 
12.00 

LS9 
85.10 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 227 

FOB THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Private road 1237 



1238 
1239 
1240 



Private road, subsidiary, other relation. 
Operating road, independent. Of ' line owned," 2 miles not in operation- 
Private road 



Private logging road. Owned and operated by Beach, Rogers & Co |^ 1241 

Operating road, independent 

Private logging road 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Private road. Operated by Dunham Lumber Co., Dunham, Ala ^ 

Private road. Leased to and operated by Port Inglis Terminal Co 

Independent road. ' * Line owned'* not in operation 

Operating road, independent 



do 

do 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation 

Private logging road 

Private road. Equipment and car service furnished )>y Southern Ry , 

Private lumber road 

Private road 

do 

Private logging road. Owned and operated by J . F. Wilder 

Private road. Owned and operated oy Alger-^uIlivan Lumber Co. 



1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 

1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
. ^ 1259 

Private road i 1260 

do 1261 

do 12G2 

Operating road, independent. Road built primarily for logging purposes. Owned and oi)erated 1263 

Dy Femwood Lumoer Co. 

Operating road, independent 1264 

do 1265 

do 1266 

do 1267 

Operating road, independent. Of *'line owned," 7 miles operated by a lumber company at White 12C8 

Springs, Fla. 

Operating road, independent 12<i9 

do 1270 

Private road 1271 

Operating road, independent 1272 

Private coal road. Built and operated by Louisv.&Nashv.R. R. attheexi)en8eoftheBoreing 1273 

estate and operators situatea on Four Mile Branch. 

Operating road, independent 1274 

do 1275 

do 1276 

do 1277 

Private lumber road 1278 

Operating road, independent 1279 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Pending foreclosure, operated for net earnings after 1280 

payment of $18,000 to a purchasing syndicate. Proi)erty sold Jan. 1, 1906, to J. P. Wullams, 

trustee, and conveved by him on June 12, 1906, to Qa., Fla. & Ala. Ry., which company took . 

possession July 1, 1906. Operating data reported for year ending June 30, 1906. ■ 

Oi>erating road, independent. Road built to reach the quarries oi the Georgia Granite Co ' 1281 

Private road 1282 

Operating road, independent 1283 

....do ! 1284 

Private road. Owned and operated by Hanmiond Lumber Co 1285 

Operating road, lndei)endent 1286 

Private road. Owned and operated by Sumter Lumber Co j 1287 

Oi)eratlng road, independent ^ J 1288 



.do. 



Subsidiary road, oontingent money rental. Leased Mar. 31, 1888, until June 1, 1952; rental, net 
earnings, which lessee guarantees to be not less than 160,000 per annum. Lessee owns entire 
capitaiBtook. 



1289 
1290 



228 REPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileaos 



No. 



1291 
1202 

1293 

1294 
1295 
1296 

1297 
1296 

1299 
1300 

1301 
1302 

1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 

1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 

1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 

i:«o 

1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 

1325 
1326 
1327 
1328 



1329 
1330 
1331 

i;a2 

1333 
1334 

1.135 
i:tt7 



Name of road. 



lUlQcis Central Railroad Company-^'ontinaed. 
[Line south of Cairo, lllinois.l 
Canton, Aberdeen and Nashville Railroad Com- 
pany in Alabama. 
Chicago, Saint Louis and New Orleans Railroad 
Company. 

Paducah Union Depot Company 



Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad Company. 

Iron Belt Railroad 

Jacksonville Terminal Company 



Jennings Logging Railroad 

Johnson City, BakersviUe and Southern Railroad 
Company. 

Kensee Coal Railroad 

Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Kentucky and Tennessee Railway 

Kentucky Lumber and Veneer Company's Rail- 
road. 

Kentucky Northern Railroad 

Kentucky Valley Railroad Company 

Kentwood and Eastern Railway Company 

Kent wood and Eastern Railroad Company 

Kentwood, Oreensburgand Southwestern Railway 
Company. 

L. A. Davis and Brothers Logging Railroad 

La Follette Coal, Iron and Railway Company 

Lathrop-Hatten Railway Company 

Laurel Railway Company 

Lawrenceville Brancn Railroad Company 



Lexington and Eastern Railway Company 

Liberty-White Railroad Company 

Licking River Railroad Company 

Little River Railroad Company 

live Oak, Porrv and Gulf Railroad Company *. . 

Louisiana Southern Railway Company 

Louisville and Atlantic Railroad Company 

Macon and Birmingham Railway Company 

Macon, Dublin and Savannah Rallroaa Company. 

Mammoth Cave Railroad Company 

Manistee and Repton Railroad 

Marengo, Choctaw and Meridian Railway Com- 
pany. 

Mary Lee Railroad 

Mason Lumber Company's Railroad 

McRao Terminal Railway Company 

Millen and Southwestern Railroad Company 



Durden Lumber Company's Railroad 

Milltown Air Line Railway 

Minter City, Southern and Western Railroad 

Company. 

Missisnppf Central Railroad Company 

Mississippi Eastern Railway Company 

Mobile, Jackson and Kansas City Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Gulf and Chicago Railway Company 



Monroe and Greenville Railroad Company 

Morchoad and North Fork Railroad Company. 

> Includes 4.94 miles lying in Group III. 
3 Unotficlal figures. 

> Includes 0.47 mile lying In Group III. 



8 



LINK OWNKD. 



Length. 



liUes. 

7.84 
11,286.17 

.70 

1,239.14 

i 15.00 

16.13 

21.00 
&dO 

1.40 
> 6.16 

7.72 
20.00 

7.20 
10.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



30.02 
22.00 

9.00 

« 7.00 

14.00 

aoo 

10.00 

92.54 
25.00 
32.00 
11.00 
61.00 
45.20 

101.10 
96.87 
91.91 

« 8.75 

18.00 

« 25.00 

5.60 
12.00 

1.00 
53.00 



«2.25 

10.00 

6.03 

83.20 

11.00 

199.04 

202.65 

« 20.00 

2.55 



MiUs. 



.46 



29.23 



6.25 



.53 
2.00 

* .30 
10.00 



« 7.98 
22.00 

1.00 



8.00 



61.00 



« .09 



<.67 
9.00 

* .25 
12.00 



.48 



^9. UV 

4 2.00 
<.96 

44.16 



2.55 



LDHB OPSKATKD. 



Length. 



MOe*. 



1,230.14 

* 15.00 

16.13 

21.00 
&50 

L40 
B 6.16 

7.72 
20.00 

7.20 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



30.02 



22.00 

9.00 

«7.00 

19.00 

&00 
10.00 

93.54 

25.00 

32.00 

8.00 

62.00 

45.20 

101.10 

105.00 

92.89 

«8.76 

18.00 

> 25.00 

5.50 
6.00 



53.00 



«2.25 
10.00 



83.20 , 
11.00 > 
401.79 



'20.00 



MUes. 



29.23 



6.25 



.53 
2.00 

i .30 



3a02 

* 38.00 

22.00 

LOO 

"a 66 



62.00 




29.59 
«2.00 
136.65 



* Decrease. 

* Report for nine months ending June Sfk 190S» 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 



229 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



RonuurkB. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 13, 1882, from July 1, 1882, for 400 years; 

rental, 4 per cent on capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, etc. Lessee owns 

entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased July 1, 1808, for 98 years, subject to cancellation on 

30 davs^ written notice; rental, S2,500per annum. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other rdation 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Georgia Iron & Coal Co 

Operating road, independent. Company furnishes terminal faciliUM for AtL Coast Line R. R., 

and Fla. E. Coast, Seaboard Air Line, Southern, and Ga. Sn. A Flii. Rys. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Southern States Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent. Leased to J. B. Thomas, and principal business carrying lumber 

and logs for American Cigar Box Lumber Co. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Main Jellico Mountain Coal Co 

Operating road, independent 



1201 
1202 



do 

Private road. 



Operating road, independent 

Independent road. * Line owned " not In operation 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1905, for 1 year; rental, $10,000. 
Operating road, independent 



Private road. 
do 



1203 

1294 
1296 
1296 

1297 
1298 

1299 
1300 

1301 
1302 

1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 

1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 

1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 

1325 
1326 

Independent road. " Line owned" not in operation ' 1327 

Operating road, independent. The Durden Lumber Co. is the principal owner of the capital i 1328 
stock of the Millcn & S. Wn. R. R., and because of the identity of interests the trains of the 1 
Milicn & S. Wn. R. R. are permitted to run over its track. i 

Private road, subsidiary, other relation. See "Remarks" in connection with No. 1328 1329 

Private logging road 1330 

Independent road. " Line owned" not in operation 1331 

Operating road, independent ' 1332 

do •. ! 1333 

do ' 1334 



Private road. Operated by Lathrop-Hatten Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent. Principally longing and lumber business 

Operating road, independent. Operated oy jTR. McKelvey under contract for the term of 3 
years expiring Jan. 1, 1907. Atlanta & Charl. Air Line Ry. owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do 



Operating road, independent. Of " line owned," 3 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Private logging road 

Private road. One of several roads in the so-called Colonial Railway System. 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Alabama Consolidated Coal & Iron Co. 
Private road. Of " line owned," 6 miles not in operation 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1903, for 99 years; rental, 60 percent 

of not earnings. 
Private logging road. Owned by Bay City and Sullivan Lumber Cos. and operated by Gamma 

Transportation Co. 
Independent road. '* Line owned" not inoi)eration 



1335 
1336 
1337 



230 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



(fROUP V 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 



1343 
1344 
1345 
1346 
1347 
1348 

1349 



1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1365 

491 

890 

1356 

1357 
1358 

1359 

1360 

1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
136S 
1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 

1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1101 

1379 

1380 

1381 
1382 



Name of road. 



Moreton and Helms Lumber Company's Railroad 

Mount Pleasant Southern Railway Company 

Mountain Central Railway 

Nashville and Sparks Railroad Company 

Nashville Terminal Company 

Natchez and Southern Railway Company 

Natchez, Columbia and Mobile Railroad Company 

Natural Bridge Railway Company 

New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad Company 
New Orleans Great Northern Railroad Company. 
New Orleans, Natalbany and Natchez Railway 

Company. 
New Orleans Terminal Company 



Oak Orove and Oeorvetown Railroad Company. . 

Ocilla and Valdosta Railroad Company 

Ohio and Kentucky Railway Company 

Overton County Railroad Company 

Pascagoula Street Railway and Power Company . . 

Peace River Phosphate Mining Company^ Rail- 
road. 

Pennsylvania Railroad Company : * 
Pennsylvania Company: * 
Louisville Bridge Company 



Pennsylvania Terminal Railway Company 
Pensacola and Mobile Rimroad Company 



Pensacoia and Mobile Railroad and Manufacturing 

Company. 
Pensacoia, Alabama and Tennessee Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Pensacoia and Perdido Railroad Company 

Pensacoia Electric Terminal Railway Company . . . 
Plant City, Arcadia and Oulf Railway Company . . 
PoplarviUe Lumber Company's Lc^^ng Railroad. . 

Portsmouth and Tygartv alley Rauroad 

Procter Coal Company's Railroad 

Red River Valley Kaiiroad Company (of Kentucky) . 

Register and QiennvUle Railroad 

Reidsville and Southeastern RaUroad Company . . . 

Republic Iron and Steel Company's Railroad 

Rockwood and Tennessee River Kailway 

Saint Augustine and South Beach Railway and 

Bridge Company. 
Saint Marks and West Coast Railroad Company . . 
Salmen Brick and Limiber Company's Railroad . . . 

SandersviUe Railroad Company 

Sardis and Delta RaUroad Company 

Savannah and Statesboro Railway Company 

Savannah Union Station Company 

Seaboard Air Line Railway » 

[Line in Group V.I 

Atlanta and Birmingliam Air Line Railway 
Company. 

Florida West Shore Railway 



Seminole LoflsiDg Railroad. 

Shubuta andSouth western Railroad Company. 



LINE OWKKD. 



Length. 



17.85 



26.00 
25.00 
25.63 
20.00 
8.07 
23.50 



• 2.45 

.46 
14.76 

5.25 

15.33 

10.00 

<7.50 

12.66 

14.00 

7.00 

4.75 

14.00 

42.00 

16.00 

3.50 

6.00 

5.00 

12.00 
14.00 

* 4.00 
13.00 
33.00 
12.00 

1,432.76 

207.17 

64.71 

14.50 
7.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MUee. 

37.00 

6.00 

6.00 

12.00 

17.91 



2.29 
27.50 
12.60 
195.52 
85.01 
22.00 



Milfs. 

37.00 
1.00 
6.00 



10.31 



85.01 
1.50 

.37 



26.00 



20.00 
12. 66 



.38 



.13 
2.69 



2.00 
.50 
.92 



3.00 
16.00 



12.00 
14.00 



1 9.00 
"7.'52 



7.00 






LINE OPKBATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 

37.00 

6.00 

6.00 

12.00 

26.54 



2.29 
27.50 
12.60 
195.90 
49.51 
22.00 

17.85 



26.00 
34.00 
27.00 
20.00 
8. 69 
23.50 



•2.45 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



14.75 

5.25 

16.33 

10.00 

4 7.50 

12.66 

14.00 



7. 
4. 



00 
75 



14.00 

42.00 

16.00 

3.50 

6.00 

4.06 



14.00 
« 4.00 
13.00 
33.00 
12.00 
1,4S7.0S 

228.29 

69.04 

14.60 
7.00 



1 Decrease. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 

* Includes 0.16 mile lying in Group III. 

* UnofHdal figures. 

* See Sai^lniient ** A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 



mus. 

37.00 
1.00 
6.00 



26.54 



49.51 
1.50 

3.90 



26.00 
9.00 



20.00 
V2.66 



.13 
2.69 



2.00 

7.00 

.92 



3.00 
16.00 



14.00 



»9.00 
*7.'62 



7.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 281 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks 



Private road ^. 1338 

Operating road, independent *. 1339 

Private road • ' 1340 

Operating road, independent ; 1341 

Operating road, independent. Operated independently, and also by 111. Cent. R. R. and South- 1342 
em Ry. under lease of this road to Tenn. Cent. R. R., dated May 1, 1902. Sec " Remarks," i 
page 233, No. 1396, Tenn. Cent. R. R. ! 

Operating road, independent. Terminal road 1343 

Operating road, independent.- | 1344 

do 1345 

do 1346 

Operating road, independent. Of " Line owned," 35.50 miles not in operation 1347 

Operating road, independent. " Line owned ' ' and ' * lino operated ' ' include 2.80 miles belonging 1348 

to Natalbany Lumoer Co. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Leased July 1, 1903, in effect Jan. 1, 1905, for 99 1349 
years, to St. L. & San l*ran. R. R. and Southern Ry,, which own entire capital stock, one- 
naif each, lessees paying exi)enses and taxes on basis of usage and bond interest, in moiety, ' 
on property in oiwration. Of " line o\^'ned," 3.54 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 1350 

do ' 1361 

do 1352 

do 1353 

Oi)erating road, independent. Motive power, electricity I 1354 

Private road ! 1355 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. " Line owned" not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Owned by Southern States Lumber Co. and operated princi- 
pally in its business. 

do 



1350 
Operating road. Independent 1360 



491 

890 

1350 

1357 
1358 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation 

Operating road, indei)endent. Figures cover only steam portion of line 

Operating road, independent 

Private road 

do 

do 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Owned by Perkins Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

Private road 

Private road. Owned and operated by Roane Iron Co 

Operating road, indei)endent. Of " line owned." 0.94 mile not in operation , 



1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 
1309 
1370 
1371 
1372 



Independent road. ''Line owned" not in operation | 1373 

Private road 1 374 

Operating road, independent 1375 

do 1376 

do 1377 

do 1378 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 4.33 miles leased to and operated by Fla. W. 1101 

Shore Ky. and 2 miles leased to Femandina Street Car Co. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 1379 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated as agent, under contract dated June 1, 1380 

1903. by Seaboard Air Line Ry . , which owns ent i re capital stock. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Southern States Lumber Go 1381 

OiMrating road, independent. Logging business 1382 



232 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milbaok 



No. 



1383 

1384 
1385 

1386 

1387 

939 



1388 



1389 
1390 
1391 

1392 
1393 

1394 



1395 
1396 



Name of road. 



Silver Springs and Western Railroad Ck>mpany 
Smithonia and Dunlap Railroad Compan 



Liap Kaiiroaa uompany. 

Smithonia, Daniels vlDe and Games vflle Railroad 
Company. 

South Georgia Railway Company 

West Coast Railway Company 

Southern Railway Company * 

[Line west of Virginia and the Caro- 
UnasJ 
Athens Belt Line Railroad Company 



Cumberland Railway Company 

Delta Southern Railway Company 

Elberton Air Line Railroad Company. 



Ensley Southern Railway Company. 
Geor^ Midland Railway Company. 



Mobile and Birmingham Railroad Company. 



Roswell Railroad Company 

Tennessee Central Railroad Company. 



1397 



1398 
1399 I 

1400 

I 
1401 

1402 , 

1403 i 

1404 I 

1405 ' 
1406 

1407 
1408 



Watauga Railroad Company 



Wooidridge Jellico Coal Company's Railroad . . . 
Alabama Great Southern Railroad Company . . . 

Belt Railway of Chattanooga 

Chattanooga Terminal Railway Company 

Augusta Southern Railroad Company 



Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company. 
Hawkinsville and Florida Southern Railway 



Hartweli RaUway Company 



Company. 
_ rtwellRaU 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company > 

TLine south of Cairo, Illinois.] 

Northern Alabama Railway Company 

Saint Johns River Terminal Company 



1409 Tallulah Falls Railway Company. 



1410 
1411 
1412 
1413 



Blue Ridge and Atlantic Railway Company , 



Standard and Hernando Railroad Company 

Sumner Phosphate Company's Railroad 

Sumter and Cnoctaw Railway Company 



4 



UNX OWNED. 



Length. 



MUes. 
6.00 

16.00 
15.00 

51.00 

26.00 

2,626.03 

.63 



10.85 
11.74 
60.60 

29.26 
97.88 

150.35 



12.55 
298.94 



1.00 



1.75 
290.49 

47.58 

1.54 

82.50 

391.61 
44.00 

10.10 
767.48 

116.59 
6.39 

42.00 

6 3.30 

13.00 

7.00 

8.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 



13.91 



10.85 
11.74 



.80 



LINE OPERATED. 



1.75 



l.*9 
.66 



7.00 

3.30 
13.00 



8.00 



Length. 



MiUs. 



1 6.00 
1 5.00 

77.00 



3,589.28 



Increase 

as shown 

by com-^ 

parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



309.41 



82.93 

395.00 
44.00 

laio 

i 797.10 

116.59 
6.39 

42.00 



13.00 
7.00 

aoo 



MUeit. 



278.22 



•306.77 



7.00 



18.00 

"aoo' 



1 Unofficial figures. 

• See Supplement " A " at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 
' Decrease. 

* Includes 29.62 miles operated separately for account of Southern Railway, owner, 
ft Lies in Group IV. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 288 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation. H. L. Anderson, Receiver; appointed 

Sept. 10, 1901. 
Operating road, independent. Operated by Smithonia & Dunlap Co 



1383 
1384 

.do :. ; : :, 1 1385 



Operating road, independent 1386 



Subsidiary road, flxedmoney rental. Leaseid, pending completion, for 8 per cent on cost of road . 

Operating road. Independent. Of "line owned," 29.62 miles operated by Mobile & Ohio R. R. 

for account of this company. See also ' * Remarks," page 223, No. 1191, Aug. & Summery. R. R. 



1387 
939 



1388 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Rich. & Dany. R. R. (now Southern Ry.), Deo. 

1, 1891, for 99 years; rental, $1,050, taxes, assessments, and charges. Operated by Cent, of Qa. 

Ry., acting as agent for account of Southern Ry., which recelyes the reyenues less proportion 

allowed for performance of service. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1389 

do 1390 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated on behalf of Atlanta & Charl. Air Line Ry., which 1391 

owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock ; 1392 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 18, 1896, from July 1, 1896, for 99 years; rental, ' 1393 

interest on bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 1, 1899, for 99 years; rental, interest on bonds. 



1 per cent on preferred stock for the first year, 2 per cent the second year, 3 per cent the third 
year, 4 per cent the fourth year and thereafter auring the continuance of the lease. Lessee 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated on behalf of Atlanta & Charl. Air Line Ry., which 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 24. 1905, in effect Dec. 1, 1905, terminable 
upon 10 days' notice in writing, m part to Southern Ry., in part to 111. Cent. R. R., and in part 
to Nashv. Term. Co.. lessees maintaining the portions of the road leased to them, respectively, 
and paying a part of the annual taxes accruing thereon proportionate to the number of days 
during the year such portions are used by them. Lessor reserves right to run trains over road, 
he&rmg a reasonable proportion of the expense Incident to such operation. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Agreement dated Nov. 1^1891, for 25 years, between 
Watauga Vy. R. R., to which Watauga R. R. is successor, and £. Tenn., Va. & Ga. Ry., 
merged in Southern Ry., Aug. 1, 1894. Used as a siding by Southern Ry. Watauga R. R. 
rcceiyes 20 per cent of revenue arising from switching cnarges, first deducting 20 per cent of 
cost of repairs to road. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased for a nominal sum, Dec. 22, 1905, for 25 years 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 21, 1895, until July 1, 1945; rental, interest on 
bonds. Included In sidings of Ala. Gt. Sn. R. R. Lessee owns entire capltad stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 15, 1905, for 10 years; rental, $188 per month. 
Included in sidings of Ala. Gt. Sn. R. R. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

do 



OperutiuR road, subsidiary, other relation. ControUed through ownership of majority of capi- 

tiil stock. 
...do 



1394 

1395 
1396 



I Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
. stock. 

' Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal StOCK. 

I Subsidiary road, other relation. " Line owned " not in operation 

• Operating road, independent 

Private road. Used as a spur by Louisv. & Nashv. R. R 

Operating road, independent 



1397 



1398 
1399 

1400 

1401 

1402 

1403 
1404 

1405 
1406 

1407 
1408 

1409 

1410 
1411 
1412 
1413 



234 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group V. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mile age 



No. 



1414 
1415 
1416 

1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 
1423 
1424 

1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
14d4 
1435 

1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 



Name of road. 



Sylacauga and Wetumpka Railroad 

Sylvania and Glrard Railroad Company. 
Sylvania Central Railway Company. . . 



Talbotton Railroad Company 

Tallahassee Southeastern Railroad Company 

Tallahatta Railroad Company 

Tallassee and Montgomery Railway Company 

Tavares and Gulf Railroad Company 

Tellico Railway Company 

Tennessee Railway Company 

Tennessee and Cumberland River Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad Company. 

Tennessee Copper Company's Railway 

Tifton Terminal Company 

Tombigbee Valley Railroad Company 

Tuskaloosa Belt Railway Company 

Tuskegee Railroad Company 

Union-PinopoUs Saw Mill Tram Road 

Union Railway Company (of Memphis) 

Union Springs and Northern Railway Company. . 

Valdosta Southern Railway Company 

Vanderbilt Timber, Mining and Southwestern Rail- 
way Company. 

VinM^ar Bend Lumber Company's Railroad 

W. Denny and Company's Logging Railroad 

W. T. Smith Lumber Companj'^s Railroad 

Wainhurst Railway Company 

Washington and Choctaw Railway 

West Vlrrinla, Pineville and Tennessee Railroad. . 

Western Railway of Alabama (The) 

Williamsburg Lumber Company's Railroad 



Woodville Railroad Company. 

Woodward Iron Company's Railroad 

Zachary and Northeastern Railroad Company. 



3 



LINB OWNED. 



Length. 



MiUs. 

22.50 



15.00 

7.00 

I 2L00 

14.00 

6.28 
31.64 
24.00 
26.00 
15.00 

17.50 

8.00 

3.00 

52.00 

« 7.00 

6.12 

50.00 

24.43 

7.50 

28.00 

12.76 

14.50 

17.00 

36.00 

* 13.00 

14.00 

7.00 

130.11 

12.00 

5.00 

6.20 

10.50 



Incrsaae 
aaahown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



4 



LINE OPERATED. 



MiUs. 

1 2.50 



4.00 



ia75 



1 2.50 



1 22.00 
4.54 



10.00 

11.11 

» .50 

.50 



14.50 
2.00 
8.00 



» 1.00 
4.75 



2.00 

5.00 

.01 

10.50 



Length. 



MOes. 

25.00 
15.00 



7.00 

> 21.00 

14.00 

6.28 
35.03 
2400 
26.00 
15.00 

17.50 

8.00 

3.00 

52.00 

«7.00 

6.12 

50.00 

26.22 

7.60 

28.00 

12.76 

14.50 

17.00 

36.00 

' 13.00 

14.00 

7.00 

133.09 

12.00 

5.00 

6.20 

10.50 



Increaoe 
asahown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



MiUt. 



16.00 
1 15.00 



4.00 



18.75 



1 3.50 



1 23.00 
4.64 



10.00 

15.22 

1 .60 

.50 



14.60 
2.00 
8.00 



1 1.00 
4.76 



2.00 

6.00 

.01 

10.60 



1 Decrease. 



Unofficial figures. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 235 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating road, independent. Owned and operated by Kaul Lumber Co 

Operating road, Independent 

Subsidiary road, fijced money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1906, for 10 vears, with privilege of renew^ 
for 10 years; rental, 13,600. Cent, of Qa. Ry. owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Cotton State Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

do 

Operating road, independent. Owned and operated by Cimiberland River Estates (Limited) . . 

Operating road, independent 

Private road 

Operating road, Independont 

do 

do 

do 

Private road , 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 

do 



1414 
1415 
1416 

1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 
1423 
1424 

1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 



rrivate road 1436 

...do ■ 1437 

...do 1438 

Private road. Operated by Stuart Lumber Co 1439 

Private logging road. Owned and operated by E. W. Gates Lumber Co : 1440 

Private road. Coal switch, owned by Straight Creek Coal and Coke Co I 1441 

Operating road, independent ■ 1442 

Private road I 1443 

Operating road. Independent , 1444 

Private road | 1445 

Operating road. Independent I 1446 



236 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Clabsification of Railways and Mileaqs 





1 


2 


8 


4 


5 

SUITED. 




Name of road. 


LINE OWNED. 


LINB OPI 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
pariaon 

with 
June 30, 

1005. 


Length. 


Increase 
asahown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Jane 30, 

1005. 




Total — Oroop VI 


MUea. 
40,426.38 


1,506.05 


MOea. 
1 51,150.04 


MOes. 
1,437.41 




Abbotsford and Northeaatem Railroad Company . 

Ahnapee and Western Railway Ck>mpany 

Ames and College Railway Company 

Ashland, Odanan and Marengo Railway Company 
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company i 
[Line east of Kansas City, Missouri.] 
Atlantic and Lake Buperior Railroad 


1447 


15.16 

34.00 

1.08 

20.00 

•573.05 

8.25 

« 208.03 

30.00 

8.21 

374.53 

36.00 
2.50 

3.86 
6.00 

6.00 




15.16 

34.00 

1.08 

20.00 

606.03 

8.25 

» 223.04 

30.00 

400.21 




1448 






1440 






1450 
1451 


20.00 


20.00 
.04 

8.25 

• .03 

30.00 


1452 


8.25 


082 
1175 


Atlantic Coast I^lne itailroad Company: * 

LouisylUe and Nashyille Railroad Company * 

[TJne north of Ohio River.] 
Aurora, De Kalb and Rockford Electric Traction 
Company. 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company * 

[Line west of Vincennes, Indiana.] 
Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad 
Company.! 

[Line west of Vincennes, Indiana.] 
Bay t\^ Ncwjii^t HAiln>^d 


1453 
138 


30.00 


607 






1454 


8.00 


36.00 


8.00 
•12.36 

15.86 


1455 


Bayfield, Lake Shore and Western Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Bayfield Transfer Railway Company 


1456 




15.86 


1457 


Bayfield Harbor and Oreat Western Railroad 




dbmpany. 
1458 Bayfield. SoDerior and MinneaDolis Railway 








1460 


Company. 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago (The) 




47.31 

21.00 

13.00 

3.42 

43.70 

• 

502.60 

2.96 

143.72 




1460 


Big Falls Railway Company 


15.00 

13.00 

3.42 

43.70 






1461 


Blaney and Southern Railway Company 






1462 


Calumet Western Railway Company 






1463 


Canadian Northern Railway Company: ' 
Minnesota and Manitoba Railroad 






52 
1464 

1465 


Canadian Pacific Railway Company: ' 
Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway Com- 
pany. 
Dead River Railroad 


583.05 

2.08 

73.21 


6.88 


6.88 


1466 


Mineral Range Railroad Company 


.06 


1.06 


1467 


Hancock and Calumet Railroad Company . . . 
Mohawk Mining Company's Railroaa 

Minneapolis, Saint Paul and Sault Sainte Marie 

Railway Company. 
Sainte Marie Union Depot Company 


31.45 
16.70 

2,134.73 

.56 

1.22 

645.81 


1.00 


1468 






1460 
1470 


324.04 


2,163.25 

.56 

1 1.22 

•070.33 


324.04 


1471 


Sault Sainte Marie Bridge Company 






1 
1472 


1 

Chicago and Alton Railroad Company 


645.81 


070.38 



I Includes 0.86 mile not in United States. 

* See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as Indicated. 
« Includes 28.52 miles lying in Group III. 

» Includes 38.68 miles lying in Group III. 

• Decrease. 

' Files no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate relatioii of mb- 
sldiary road as indicated. 

• Includes 100.32 miles lying in Group VIII. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 287 

FOR THB Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Operating road, independent. 

do 

do 

....do 

....do 



Private road. Owned and operated by Atlantic Mining Co 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 
Ojwratlng road, Independent. Motive power, steam and gasoline 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Private logging road 

Independent road. ' * Line owned " not In operation 

Operating road. Independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation 

do 



Operating road. Independent. Transfer company. "Line operated*' leased from Chic. & Wn. 

Ind. R. R., Mar. 31, 1883. Supplemental leases, dated July 28. 1890, Oct. 1, 1891, Mar. 1, 1899, 

July 1, 1902, June 1, 1904, and Jan. 2, 1906, give Belt Ry. Co. of Chic, exclusive use of certain 

tracks and rolling stock. 

Oi)erat Ing road. Independent. * * Line owned ' ' is leased from Wall-Spalding Lumber Co 

Operating road, Independent. Locslng road 

Operating road, independent. Switching road. Capital stock owned In equal pronortlons by 

Chic. Jctn. and Chic, Rook I. & Pac. Rys., Mioh. Cent. R. R. and Penns3rlvaiiia Co. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Deo. 31, 1901, for 99 years from Oct. 1, 1901, at an 
annual rental of 126, 460. Lessee owns entire capital stock. ' ' Line operated ' ' represents mile- 
age operated by Canadian Nn. Ry. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capl- 
xal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Dolnth, S. Shore A Atl. Ry. uses road for main- 
tenance of same under a verbal agreement: no rental paid. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled throoc^ ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under a traffic agreement with Mohawk 
Mining Co., dated Sept. 3, 1901, for a period of 6 years. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. 

Operating road, subsidiarv, other relation. Entire capital stock owned by Duluth, S. Shore & 
Atl. and Mlnneap., St. P. & 8. S. Marie Rys., one-half each. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated under a traffic agreement between the 
BridgoCo., Canadian Pac., Duluth, S. Shore & Atl., and Mlnneap., St. P. & S. S. Marie Rys., 
which are at present the only companies using the bridge. Under this agreement the income 
from the bridge is sufficient for operating and other expenses. Interest, taxes, and sinking fund, 
and no more. For convenience and economy of operation the work is performed bv Canadian 
Pac. and Duluth, S. Shore & Atl. Rys.* all expenses of operation and maintenance being charged 
to the Bridge Co. 

Operating road, independent 



1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 

14S2 

982 

1176 

1453 

138 

697 

1454 
1455 

1456 
1457 

1468 

1450 



1460 
1461 
1462 



1463 

52 

1464 

1465 

1466 

1467 
1468 

1469 

1470 

1471 



1472 



238 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milkagb 





1 


2> 


3 


4 


5 




V«7no of road. 


LINK omncD. 


LOnB OPIJIATKD. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
asahown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 


1473 


Chicago and Alton Railroad Company—Contd. 
JoUet and Chicago Railroad Company 


MiUt. 

37.20 
55.66 

101.67 

11.50 

8.98 

10.73 

3.00 

6,937.21 

3.25 

33.85 

38.74 
4.55 

16.06 
60.02 

23.90 
48.58 

19.(30 
4,365.44 

» 1.75 

.90 

755.20 

378.13 

271.00 

11.00 

8.92 

7 30.42 
8.76 


J/««*. 


3iae4. 


MOet. 

1 


1474 


Kansas Qty, Saint Louis and Chicago Railroad 
Company. » 

[Line east of Missouri River.] 

Louisiana and Missouri River Railroad Company. 

Chicago and Calumet River Railroad Company 

Chicago and Illinois Midland Railway Company * . 
Chicago and Illinois Western Railroad 






. 


1475 






1 

1 


1476 




11.50 

8.98 

13.60 

3.00 

6,024.43 


■ 


1477 
1478 


8.98 
> 4.29 


8.08 ' 
' 1.43 1 


1479 


Chicago and Lake Superior Railway Company .... 
Cbicago and Northwestern Railway Company i . . . 
[Line In Group VI. 1 
De Puc, Laad and Eastern Railway Company. .. 

Manitowoc, Green Bay and Northwestern Rail- 
way Company. 

Milwaukee and State Line Railway Company 

Oslikosh Transportation Company 


1 


1480 
1481 


46.46 


46.46 1 


148*.^ 


33.85 

38.74 
.37 




1 


1483 




1 


1484 






1485 


Princeton and Western Railway Company 

8aint Paul Eastern Grand Trunk Railway Com- 
pany. 

Macoupin County Railway Company 






1486 








1487 




23.90 
27.27 

19.60 
* 4,501.12 


1 


1488 


Cliicago and Western Indiana Railroad Company . 

Chicago, Anamosa and Northern Railway Company 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Com- 
pany. » 

[Line east of Missouri River.] 

Leavenworth Terminal Railway and Bridge 
Company. 

Hannibal Union Dejwt Company 




27.27 1 


1489 




1 


1490 
1401 




106.53 


106.53 


149?! 




.90 

•81&36 
386.25 
27L0O 

n.oo 

8.92 
>76i34 




1493 


Cliicago Great Western Railway Company 




1 

1 

1 

1 


1494 


Mason City and Fort Dodge Railroad Company. . 

Wisconsin, Minnesota and Pacific Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Chicago, Harvard and Geneva Lake Railway Com- 
pany. 

Chicago Heights Terminal Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany. 

ChicafiTo Junction Railway Company 




1 
1 


1495 


.......... 


1 


1496 
1497 


11.00 


11.00 

1 


1498 




L12 


1499 


Union Stock Yards and Transit Company 

• 













1 See Supplement *' A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

> Report for five months ending June 30, 1906. 

> Decrease. 

« Includes 0.46 mile l3ring in Group VII and 0.82 mile lying in Group VIII. 

• Includes 1.00 mile lying in Group VIII. 

• Includes 32.00 miles lying In Group VIII. 
7 Includes 4.03 miles lying in Group III. 

• lodudee 10.77 miles lying in Group III. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 289 

FOB THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1864, in perpetuity; rental, 7 per cent on 1473 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1879, in perpetuity, for 35 per cent 1474 

of gross earnings, less assessments and taxes; any balance of amount of rental, after paying 

interest on bonds, 6 per cent on preferred and 7 per cent on conunon stock, taxes, etc., to be 

retained by lessee. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 13, 1894, for 999 years. Lessee guarantees 1475 

principal and interest of all mortgage bonds, 7 per cent on guaranteed preferred capital stock, 

and the floating debt of the company. 



and the noating aebt oi the company. 
Operating road. Independent. Perfonns switching service only. ** Line owned" leased from 

western Steel Car dt Foundry Co. 

Operating road, independrait 

do I 1478 

do I 1479 

Operating road, independent. Operates 4.18 miles of line of Oshkosh Transp. Co. as a siding i 1480 



1476 
1477 



1481 
1482 



1483 
1484 



1487 
1488 



1489 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Leased Dec. 12, 1902, for 99 years. Controlled through owner- 
ship of entire capital stock. 

Subsfdiarv road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. ' ' Line 
owned" not in operation. 

do 

Subsidiarv road, other relation. Tracks used only by Chic. &, N. Wn. Ry. under switdtiing 
contract providing special rates for loaded cars. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1485 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to Milw., L. Shore ii Wn. Ry., Oct. 13, 1884, 1486 
for 99 years; rental, 30 per cent of gross earnings, to be applied to payment of interest on bonds 
Lease acquired Aug. 19, 1893, by Chic. & N. Wn. Ry., which owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operatingroad, independent. Various portions of road leased to Chic. & En. 111., Wabash, and 
Chic. & JSrie R. Rs., Atch., Top. &. S. Fe, Or. Trunk Wn., Chic, Indpis. <& Louisv., and Elgin, 
Jor.et & En. Rys., and Belt Ry. of Chic, each lessee paying its wheclage proportion of operat- 
ing expenses, and 16.60 miles operated independently for suburban passengers traflic only. 

Operating road. Independent 

Operating road, independent. Leased Nov. 20, 1901, for 99 years from and after midnight of ; 1490 
Sept. 30, 1901, to Chic, Burl. & Quin. Ry. Co.. a corporation under the laws of the State of 
Iowa; but the financial arranf;ements of the latter have not been completed su£Sciently to 
enable it to make a report in its own name, and hence report is made m the name of Chic, 
Burl. & Quin. R. R. Co. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1894, fof 30 years, to Kans. Cy.. St. Jos. & 1491 
Coun. Bluffs R. R. (now a part of Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. R.) and Chic, Rock I. & Pac Ry., 
each tenant to pay the sum of $16,000 per annum; also, leased to Chic. Gt. Wn. Ry., Sept. 1, 
1805, for 30 years, for $14,800 per annum. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Used jointly by Chic, Burl. & Quin. and Wabash 
R. Rs. and Mo., Kans. & Tex. Ry., they paying thioe-fifths, one-fifth, and one-fifth, respec- 
tively, of expenses of operation and of 8 per cent per annum on bonds issued for construction. 
Chic, Burl. &. Quin. R. R. owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, independent. Of *'line owned, "^21.94 miles leased to and operated by Water- 
loo, Cedar Falls <& Nn. Ry. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated under agreement by Chic. Gt. Wn. Ry., , 1494 
which receives net earnings. Operating company owns entire capital stock. 

do i 1495 



1492 



1493 



Operating road, independent i 1496 

Operating road, independent. Switching road i 1497 



Operating road, Independent 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Under agreement terminable 50 years after Apr. 1, 
1898, the Transit Department (so called) of Union Stock Yards Co. is leased to Chic. Jctn. Ry., 
the condition being that the former is to receive as rental I of the entire net earnings of tne 
latter. 

12689—07 16 



1498 
1499 



240 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileaos 



No. 



1500 
1501 



1502 
1503 
1604 

1505 

1506 

1507 
150S 

1509 
1510 
1511 

1512 



1513 
1514 



1515 
1516 
1517 
1518 

1519 

1520 

1621 

1522 

735 



739 

751 

1523 
1624 

761 



Name of road. 



Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern RaUway Com- 
pany. 
Chicago and Kenosha Railway Company 



Chicago and Southeastern Railway Company 

Joliet and Blue Island Railway Company 

Milwaukee, Bay View and Chicago RaUway Com- 
pany. 
Chicago, Milwaukee and Saint Paul Railway Com- 
pany. 
Davenport, Rock Island and Northwestern Rail- 
way Company. 

Wisconsin western Railroad 

Chicago, Peoria and Saint Louis Railway Company 
of Illinois. 

Alton Terminal Railway Company 

Chicago, Peoria and Western RaUway Company 

Chicago, Rook Island and Pacific Railway Com- 
pany. • 

[Line ea^t of Missouri River.] 
Keokuk and Des Moines RaUway Company 

Peoria and Bureau VaUey RaUroad Company . . . 

Chicago. Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Rail- 
way Company. • 

TLine east of Missouri River.] 

Chicago Short Line Railway Company 

Chicago Southern Railway Company 

Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company 

Chicago Union Transfer RaUway Company 

Chicago, West Pullman and Southern Railway 
Company. 

Chicago, Zeigler and Oulf RaUroad Company 

Chippewa River and Northern RaUway Company. . 
Chippewa Valley and Northern Railway Company. 
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Ck>m- 
pany. • 

[Line in lUinois.] 
Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Western RaUway 
Company. « 

[Line in Illinois.] 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Saint Louis 
Railway Company. • 

[Line west of Terre Haute, Indiana.] 
Chicago, Inaianapolis and Saint Louis Short Line 

Railway Company. 
Klankakee and oeneca Railroad Company 

Peoria and Eastern RaUway Company • 

[Line ¥re8t of DanvUle, IlUnois.] 



LINX OWNSD. 



Length. 



Wles. 
1 138.00 

4.67 



9.20 
30.91 
19.38 

4 7,029.49 

46.76 

61.97 
232.66 

1.00 

a60 

2,736.20 

162.31 



46.99 
1,365.51 



6.00 

70.00 

»97.10 

7.00 

1.63 

6.00 
20.00 
11.74 



186.12 

478.39 

43.64 
42.62 

122.84 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



MOes. 
28.13 

.18 



>.34 

1.19 

.82 

131.92 



2.96 



11.10 



1.00 
70.00 



> 4.00 
L74 



LINE OPEBATKD. 



Length. 



liUes. 
I 499.11 



• 7,267.67 

49.02 

5L97 
264.84 



a. 50 
3,172.67 



1,^3.00 



23.90 



•104.82 
7.00 

1.63 

6.00 

2a 00 

11.74 

206l16 



fi2S.43 



42. S2 



131.86 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Includes 43.21 miles lying in Group III. 
Includes 96.71 mUes lying in Group III. 

Includes 76.00 miles Isring in Group VII. 

Includes 81.30 miles lying in Group VII and 0.77 mUe lying in Qrovqf VIII. 

See Supplement ' * A^' at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

Includes 15.19 mUes lying in Group III. 

Inolodet 10.90 mUes lying in Group III. 



mus. 

60.79 



13L92 



43.80 



n.10 



16.60 



ML40 



•4.00 

1.74 

205l16 



• 205.16 



STATISTICS OF BAIL WAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 241 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Oi)erating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Under terms of a lease dated May 1. 1806, to ran 20 vears, 
Chic, L. Shore & En. Rv. assumes all liability of Chic. & Kenosha, Chic. & S. En., Joliet & 
Blue 1., and Milw., Bay V. & Chic. Rys^ and controls and operates the properties as thou£^ 
they were a part and parcel of Chic. L. Shore & En. Ry. The lessee, as part of the considera- 
tion, agrees to pay or cause to be paid all taxes and assessments lawfully imposed on the above 
properties, and. as further consideration, to pav as the same may become due, out of the gross 
income arising from the operation of its own railway and the railways mentioned above, the 
sum or sums which shall accrue and become owing from and after the 1st day of May, 18BW, on 
all other obligations of the before-mentioned railway companies. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. See * * Remarks," No. 1501, Chic. & Kenosha Ry 

do 

do 



Operating road, independent. 



• 



Opei 
ita 



^rating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 
ital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Oct. 1, 1878, for 45 years, for 25 per cent of 

§ross earnings, and if in any vear this amount be less than annual interest on bonds, such 
eflcionoy shall be made good by lessee. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 14, 1864, in perpetuity, at $125,000 per annum. . 
Operating road, independent 



Operating road, independent. ' ' Line owned ' ' leased from Iroquois Iron Co. 
Independent road. ' Lineow 



owned" not in operation 

Operating road, independent. J. N. Faithom. Receiver; appointed Apr. 16, 1906 , 

Operating road, independent. In addition to 7.00 miles of track classed as main line, there are 

87.44 mfles of yard track and sidings. 
Operating road, independent 



....do 

....do 

do 

Oi>erating road, independent. J. Harmon, Receiver; appointed Dec. 4, 1005. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 24, 1903, for 909 years; rental, interest on 
bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Entire issue of capital stock and bonds of this road 
owned by Clev.. Cin., Chic. & St. L. and Chic, Rock I. & Pac. Rys., each one-half. Operated 
by Clev.. Cin., Chic & St. L. Ry.. but all accounts kept separate. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majoritv of cap- 
ital stock; operated by Clev., Cin., Chic. A St. L. Ry. underguaranty of payment of interest on 
bonds and afi current expenses, and advancement of any defloit. AgroBment effective Apr. 1, 
1800. 



1500 
1501 



1502 
1503 
1504 

1506 

1506 

1507 
1508 

1500 
1510 
1511 

1512 



1513 
1514 



1515 
1616 
1517 
1518 

1519 

1520 

1521 

1522 

735 



730 

761 

1523 
1524 

761 



242 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1525 
1526 

1527 
1528 
1529 
1530 

i:>31 
1532 
1533 
1534 
1535 
1536 
1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 

1542 

1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
1547 
1548 

1549 
1550 
1551 

1552 

1553 

1554 

1555 

1556 



1557 

1558 
1559 
15G0 

1561 

1562 
1563 
1564 



Name of road. 



Colfax Northern Railroad Company 

Colfax Consolidated Coal Company's Railroad.. 

Copper Range Railroad Company 

Crooked Creek Railroad and Coal Company 

Depiie and Northern Railroad Company 

Des Moines, Iowa Falls and Northern Railway 
Company. 

Des Moines Union Railway Company 

Des Moines Western Railway Company 

Deyils Lake and Chautauqua Transfer Company. 
Drummond and Southwestern Railway Company 

Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company 

Duluth and Northeastern Railroad Company 

Duluth and Northern Minnesota Railway Company 
Duluth Belt Line Railway Company 



Duluth, Missabe and Northern Raifwav Company. 

Duluth, Missabe and Western Railroad 

Duluth, Rainy Lake and Winnipeg Railway Com- 
pany. 
Dunbar and Wausaukee Railway , 



East Saint Louis Connecting Railway Company. . . 

Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company 

Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad Company . . 

Fairchild and Northeastern Railway 

Farmers Orain and Shipping Company * 

Brandon, Deyils Lake and Southern Railway 
Company. 

Foster- Latimer Lumber Company's. Railroad 

Galesburg and Qreat Eastern Railroad Company.. 

Great Northern Railway Company « 

JLino east of Minot, North Dakota.] 

Dakota and Great Northern Railway Company. . 

Duluth, Superior and Western Terminal Company 

Eastern Railway Company of Minnesota 

Minnesota and Great Northern Railway Com- 
pany. 
Park Kapids and Leech Lake Railway Company. 



Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba RaUway 
Company.^ 

[Line east of Minot, North Dakota.] 
Duluth Terminal Railway Company 



Duluth, Watertown and Pacific RaUway Com- 
ny. 
leapolis Union Railway Company 




LINK OWNED. 



UNE OPERATED. 



Length. 



MiU8. 

6.00 
7.00 

81.91 



274.88 
5.28 

501.46 
41.09 
49.04 

2, 416. 62 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Jane 30, 

1905. 



pany. 
Minnc 



Minneapolis Western Railway Company. 



Willmar and Sioox Falls RaUway Company. . 
Sioux City and Western RaUway Company . 
Union Terminal RaUway Company 



Miles. 

1 5.00 
7.00 



17.61 




.72 
70.44 


.72 


4.00 




4.62 




5.33 
8.18 


.61 


211.69 

63.50 

57.18 

2.00 


*.*86 
1 1L50 
1 15.82 


238.81 
34.00 


57.84 


38.00 

38.00 

3.36 


38.00 
12.50 


228.33 

116.50 

33.00 


.12 
5.94 


53.34 
12.78 

7.00 
12.50 


29.48 
12.78 

7.00 



131. 34 



5. r>2 



1 5. .38 



Length. 



Increase 
asahown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



yfiUs. 
13.00 



8L91 

17.61 

.72 

75.06 

4.00 

4.62 

5.33 

&18 

212.49 

63.50 

57.18 

2.00 

187.71 

34.00 

38.00 

38.00 

3.36 

235.18 

116.50 

33.00 

66.12 



7.00 

13.00 

3,306.21 



MiUs. 
2.00 



72 



.61 



.86 
1 n.50 
1 15.82 



4.84 

'38.00 

12.50 



.12 
5.94 



42.26 



7.00 
i6L2i 



1.82 




1.8Z 

ea84 

2.63 
2L03 


' 


69.84 






2.«>3 




• •>••••■•• 


1.09 






304.25 




•43&73 




• 129. 16 






L28 

















Decrease. 

Includes 46.50 miles lying in Group III. 

Report for fifteen months endiiur June 30, 1906. 

See Supplement * ' A " at end of Table for totals ooveiing entire loctd. 

Indodes 129.92 miles lying in Qroup VII. 

Lies in Group VII. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 243 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 23, 1904, elfcctive Sept. 1, 1904. for 10 years; 
rental. 5 per cent on cost of road. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

....do 

....do 



1525 
1526 

1527 
1528 
1529 
1530 

1531 
1532 
1533 
1534 
1535 

.do 1636 

1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 



....do 

....do 

Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and gasoline. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Operating road, independent. Operated chiefly for logging purposes. 

Operating road, independent. Cable road 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 53 miles not in operation 

Private logging road. Owned and operated by Powers-Simpson Co 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Minnesota Land & Construction Co. 



Operating road, independent. Owned and operated by Girard Lumber Co. Figures cover a 1542 

private logging road 24.50 miles in length. 

Operating road, independent 1543 

....do I 1544 

... .do 1545 

Operating road, independent. Owned and operated by N. C. Foster Lumber Co } 15<6 

Operating road, independent 1547 

Subsidiary roaa, other relation. Operated under verbal agreement , no formal lease having been 1548 

executed. 

Private road 15^ 

Operating road, independent 1550 

do 1551 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased in 1902, terminable on 3 months' notice by 

either party; rental, net earnings. U;ssce owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 1, 1903; rental, 920,000 and aU taxes and 

assessments. 
Subsidiary roadj fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1902, for 99 years; rental, 6 per cent on 

capital stock, mterest on bonds, and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under agreement dated Jan. 7, 1905, 

effective Nov. 28, 1904, and terminable on 3 months' notice by either party; rental, net earnings. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1899, terminable on 60 days' notice by 

eithei' party; annual rental, 161,000, all taxes, assisssments, and 5 per cent per annum on cost 

of improvements made to property on written demand of Gt. Nn. Ry. Lessee owns entire 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1890, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 

capita] stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, and organization expenses. Lessee owns 

majority of capital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Terminal company in Duluth; entire capital stock 

owned by En. Ry. of Minn., a leased line of Gt. Nn. Ry. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 

stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Gt. Nn., Nn. Pac., Chic, St. P.. Minneap. & Om.. and wis. Cent. Rys. and Chic, Burl. & 

Quin. R. R. all occupy depot and terminal facilities at an agreed rental based upon the value 

of the property, each company paying its proportion of operating expenses on basis of mmiber 

of cars handled. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 

stock. 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Sabaidiary r^d. other relation. Furnishes terminal and depot facilities at Sioux CSty, Iowa, 

to WlUmar & »oaz Falis Ry. and Chic, Burl. & Quin. and 111. Cent. R. Rs. 



1552 
1553 
1554 
1555 
1556 

1557 

1558 
1560 
1560 

1561 

1562 
1563 
1564 



244 BEPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileaob 



No. 



1565 
1566 
1567 

1568 
1569 
1570 

1571 
1572 
1573 
1289 

1574 



1575 
1576 

1577 
1578 



1579 
1580 
1581 
1582 
1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 



1587 

1588 
1589 
1590 
1591 
1502 
1593 
1504 
1595 



1596 
1607 
1598 
1500 
1600 
1601 
1602 



UmE OWNKD. 



LINK OPERATED. 



Name of road. 



Length. 



Green Bay and Western Railroad Company 

lola and Northern Railroad Con'pany 

Kewaunee, Green Bay and Western Railroad 
Companv. 

Gunflint and Lake Superior Railroad Company 

Hannibal Connecting Railroad Company 

Hawthorne, Nebagamon and Superior Railway 

Company. 
HazeUiurst and Southeastern Railway Company. . 

Hecla and Torch Lake Railroad Company 

Hillsboro and Northeastern Railway Company. . . 

Illinois Central RaiJroad Company i 

[Line north of Cairo, Illinois.] 

Blue Island Railroad Company 



Chicago and Illinois Southern Railroad Company. 
Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad Company 



Indianapolis Southern Railroad Company. 
South Chicago Railroad Company 



Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota R^lway Company 

Rockford Belt R^lway Company 

Illinois Northern Railway 

Illinois Southern Railway Company 

Illinois Terminal R^lroad Company 

Illinois Valley Belt Railroad Company 

Iowa Central Railway Company 

Iowa Central and Western Railway Company . . . 



Albia and Centervllle R^lway Company 

Jacksonville Midland Railway Company 

Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge Company 

Keokuk Union Depot Company 

Keweenaw Central R^lroad Company 

La Crosse and Southeastern Railway Company.. . 
La Saile and Bureau County Railroad Company.. 
Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railway Company. 
Lake Superior Terminal and Transfer Railway 
Company. 



Laona and Northern R^lway Company. 



Leech Lake and Northern Railway Company. 
Litchfield andJMadlson Railway Company 



Macomb and Western Illinois Railroad . 

Manchester and On^da Railway Company 

Manistique Railway Company 

Manistique, Marquette and Northern Railroad 
Company. ' 



MUe». 
225.00 
4.70 
36.70 

4.00 

SlOO 

33L50 

ILOO 

7.50 

4.80 

*2,09&38 

a96 

.42 
750.88 

* 177. 74 
4.76 



94.38 

3.29 

5.32 

133.26 

10.25 

2.50 

502.27 

37.00 



24.44 

.07 
2.00 

• .38 
8.70 

40.81 
6.35 

21.01 

17.51 



13.00 
• 1.50 

43.97 

> 26.00 

8.00 

78.00 

53.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



UUes. 



LOO 

aoo' 



.50 
.20 



MiUs. 

225.00 

4.70 

3&70 

4.00 

5.00 

33L50 

ILOO 

7.50 

4.80 

s 2,972. 04 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



177.74 



3.29 



ft 4.30 



.07 



8.70 
.39 



1.18 



2.00 



26.00 



125.00 



9.67 

136.07 

18.75 

2.50 
558.43 



24.44 

.07 

2.00 

• .38 



42.61 

6.35 

23.93 

17.61 



1 See Supplement ' ' A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road, 
s Inclu<M8 46.88 milet ijing fn Group III. 

* Includes 77.80 milet lying in Group III. 

* Includes 121.24 miles Ijrlng in Group III. 
ft Decrease. 

* Unofficial flgores. 

f Report of UDion Trust Company, Trustee, for period, March 21 to June 80, IffMw 



mie*. 



LOO 

'&66 



.50 
.20 



85.00 



ft 4.24 



.07 



2.19 



1.18 



13.00 
• 1.50 


2.00 


48.04 




26.00 
8.00 


26.00 


78.00 
53.00 









STATISTICS OP RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 246 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 
Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 1566 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation 1566 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 1567 
stoclc. 

Ox)erating road, independent. Operated during winter and spring for logging purposes 1568 

Operating road, independent 1569 

....do 1670 



do 1671 

Private road. Owned and operated by Calumet & Hecla Mining Co 1572 

Operating road, indei>endent 1573 

Operating road, independent. "line owned" and "Une operated" Include 7.62 miles owned 1289 

Jointly with T. Haute & Peoria R. R. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased May 27, 1896, from July 1, 1893, to end of 1674 
chartered existence. Lessee receives all earnings, and out of same pays expenses of oper- 
ation, taxes, betterments, and interest on bonds. Any surplus remaining shall belong to lessee, 
which owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock. * ' Line owned ' ' 1576 

not in operation. 
Subsidiary road, contingent monev rental. Line from Cedar Falls Junction to Minnesota State 1576 
line, 76 miles, leased from Jan. l, 1895, for 12 years; line from Tara to Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
131.02 miles, leased from July 1, 1900, for 51 years and 1 month, and remainder leased from Jan. 
1, 1805, for 56 years and 7 months; lessee receives all earnings, pays all expenses and interest 
on bonds, and turns over to lessor any net income. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire caintal stock. Of 1577 

"line owned," 89.23 miles not in operation. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased from July 1, 1890, for chartered existence, 1578 
lessee to receive all earnings and out of same pay operating expenses, taxes, and maintenance. 
Net earnings, after meeting aforesaid expenses, to constitute a fund for payment of interest 
on bonds of lessor. Any surplus in excess of above provisions to belong to lessee, which owns 
entire capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 1679 

Subsidiary roao, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1580 

Operating road, independent. ' ' Line owned " leased from International Harvester Co 1581 

Operating road, independent 1582 

do 1583 

....do 1584 

....do 1585 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Mar. 1, 1901, for 50 years, lessee having right 1586 
to terminate lease at any time bv purchase of the property; rental, 20 per cent of gross earn- 
ings, to be applied to pavment of interest on and principal of bonds, lessee to pay deficiency if 
amount at any time be less than interest due. LBSsee owns entire cia>ital stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. All train service furnished by lo. Cent. Ry. at fixed 1587 
rate per train mile. 

Operating road, Independent 1588 

do 1589 

do 1690 

Independent road. " Line owned " not in operation. 1691 

Operating road, independent : 1592 

do 1593 

....do .' 1594 

Operating road, independent. Established by the proprietor railways (Chic, St. P., Minneap. 1595 
& Om., Duluth, S. Shore 6i Atl., Nn. Pac., and Ot. Nn. Rys. and En. Ry. of Minn.) for tne 
purpose of transferring cars between and to industries located upon its tracks, and the Inter- 
change of freight between these railways. 

Operating rOad, Independent 1596 

Operating road, independent. Logging road 1597 

Operating road. Independent 1598 

....do 1599 

....do 1600 

....do 1601 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Union Trust Co., Trustee 1602 



246 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1603 

1604 
1605 

1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
1612 



1613 
1614 

1615 



Naine of road. 



Marinette, Tomahawk and Western B^iway Com- 
pany. 

Marquette and Southeastern Railway Company.. 

Marquette, Spring Valley and Northwestern Rail- 
road Company. 

Mason Qtv and Clear Lake Traction Company 

Mattoon Railway Company 

Mesabe Southern Railway Company 

Mineral Point and Northern Railway Company.. 

Minneapolis and Rainy River Railway Company. 

Minneapolis and Saint Louis Railroad Company. 
Des Moines and Fort Dodge Railroad Company. 



Minneapolis Eastern Railway Company 

Minneapolis, Red Lake and Manitoba Railway 



Companv. 

Minneapolis, Saint Paul and Ashland Railway 
Company. 



1616 < Minnesota and North Wisconsin Railroad Com- 



f>any. 
nnesota Transfer Railway Company. 



1618 
1822 
1840 

1619 
1620 

1621 

1622 

86 

1623 

1624 

833 

850 



1625 
1626 

1627 
1628 

1629 

1630 



Missouri and Louisiana Railroad Company 

Missouri Pacific Railway Companv: & 
Saint Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Rail- 
way Company: » 
Xlemn and Johnson City Railway Company.. 
Coal Belt Railway Company 



Munising Railway Company 

Muscatine North and Soutn Railway Company 

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company: » 
Indiana Harbor Railroad Company « 



East Chicago Belt Railroad Company. 



Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway 
Company: » 
Chicago, Indiana and Southern Railroad 
Company. « 

[Line in Illinois.] 

Newton and Northwestern Railroad Company 

Fort Dodge, Des Moines and Southern Railroad 
Companv. 

Northern Mississippi Railway Company 

Northern Pacific Railway Company " 

[Line east of Montana.] 
Minnesota and International Railway Company. 

Big Fork and Northern Railway Company 



LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPEBATED. j 



Length. 



MOes, 
43.77 

55.74 
» 2.14 

14.G2 

29.36 

» 31.00 

26.40 

41.72 

63L4I 

138.65 



2.94 
33.50 

1.00 



55.30 
13.54 



•37.00 



4.00 
3.75 

69.81 
28.67 



10.77 
4.01 

127.61 

102.50 
4.10 

40.00 
•2,359.34 

159.59 

31.46 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



MiU8. 



23.72 



.72 



21.00 
«44.75 



11.30 



4.00 



6.88 



10.77 



127.61 



4.10 



77.28 

L91 

3L46 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MOes. 
43.77 



MiU». 



55.74 23.72 



14.62 i 
29.36 
31.00 
30.60 
41.72 
799.27 



1.13 
33.50 

LOO 



55.30 
13.54 



4 57.00 



3.75 

69.81 
28.67 



'84.77 



149.63 



106.60 



40.00 
•2,373.60 

192.96 



1 Unofficial figures, 
s Decrease. 

* Includes 27.00 miles lying in Group IX. 

* Includes 20.00 miles lying in Group VIII and 27.00 miles l3ring in Group IX. 

ft Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

* Report for period, April 10 to Jane 30, 1906. 
V Includes 29.21 miles Iving in Group III. 

* See Supplement " A '^ at end of Table lor totals covering entire road. 

* Indadea 167.09 miles lyii« in Group VII. 



,T2 




SL20 



U.30 



6.88 



84.77 



149.63 
4.10 



77.30 
33.37 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 247 

FOR THE Year ENDixcr June 30, 1900 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



I 



Operating road, independent. 



do 

Independent road. "Line owned " not in operation. W. Reeves, J. E. Hurley, and C. Leland, 
Receivers; appointed July 14, 1905. 

Ox)erating road, independent. Motive power, electricity 

Operating road, independent 

Private logging road. Owned and operated by Northern Lumber Co 

Operating roaa, independent 

do 

do 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1905, for 90 years; rental, 15 and 
net earnings, after the payment of interest on bonds and other indebtedness, taxes, organiza- 
tion expenses nottocxcoed $2,000, and the cost of all additions and permanent improvements. 

Operating road, independent. Of ''line owned," 1.81 miles not in oi>eration 

Operating road, independent 



Operating road, independent. On June 30, 1906, the tracks of the Minneap., St. Paul & Ashl. 
Ky. had been taken up and the entire road-l>ed abandoned, except in the yards at Ashland, 
wis. About one mile of track in said yard was left intact for operation oy Lake Superior 
Lumber & Box Co. as a connection with Chic. St. P., Minneap. & Om. Ky. and for the 
purpose of hauling logs from this road to its mill and hauling its lumber. 

Operating road, independent 



Operating road, independent. The Minn. Tr. Ry. was established for the purpose of making 
transfers among the following ten companies, which are the stockholders: Mimieap. & St. L. 
and Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. Rs. and Chic. Gt. Wn., Chic, MUw. & St. P., Chic, Rock I. & Pac, 
Chic, St. P.. Minneap. & Om., Ot. Nn.. Minneap., St. P. & S. S. Marie, Nn. Pac, and Wis. Cent. 
Ry s. The transfer company practically has no receipts, its expenditures being divided among 
the member companies on an agreed basis. 

Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. "Lino owned " not in operation 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled tnrough oi^mership of entire capital 
stock. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Entire capital stock owned by L. Shore & Mich. 

Sn. Ry. and Mich. Cent. R. R., one-half each. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Expenses of operation paid by Ind. Ilarb. R. R. and Chic 

Jctn. Ry. on a wheelage basis. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 
capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under agreement, terms not definitely decided 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Northland Pine Co 

Operating road, independent. ''Line owned" excludes 355.58 miles in Manitoba leased to 

provindal government. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 

capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased from Dec 18, 1905, terminable on 60 days' notice 

by either party; rental, $1. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 



1603 

1604 
1605 

1606 
1607 
1608 
1600 
1610 
1611 
1612 



1613 
1614 

1615 



1616 
1617 



1618 
1822 
1840 

1619 
1620 

1621 

1622 

86 

1623 

1624 

833 

850 

1625 
1626 

1627 
1628 

1629 

1630 



248 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VI. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileaob 



No. 



1631 

1632 

491 

890 

923 

1633 



1634 
1635 



1636 



1637 
1638 

1639 



1640 
1541 
1642 

1643 



1644 
1645 



1646 



1647 
1648 
1877 
1649 

1650 

1651 
1652 
1653 

1654 
1655 



Name of road. 



Northwestern Coul Railway Company 

Ontonagon Railroad Company 

Pennsyh'ania Railroad Company: * 
Pennsylvania Company: i 

Vandalla Railroad Company « 

JUne in Illinois.] 
Terre Haute and Peoria Railroad Company. 



Peoria and Pekin Terminal Railwav Company 

Peoria and Petdn Union Railway Company 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway Com- 
pany: » 
Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway Com- 
pany (of Minnesota). 



Quincy and Torch Lake Railroad Company 

Quincy, Omaha and Kansas City Rauroad Com- 
pany. 
Railway Transfer Company of Minneapolis 



Rod River Lumber Company's Railroad 

Robbins Railroad Company 

Rockport, Langdon and Northern Railway Com- 
pany. 
Saint Charles Air Line Railroad 



Saint Croix and Duluth Railway 

Saint Joseph Terminal Railroad Company. 



Saint Joseph Union Depot Company. 



Saint Louis and Hannibal Railway Company 

Saint Louis and O' Fallon Railway Company 

Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company :* 
Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company. 

Saint Louis, Belleviile and Southern Railway Com- 
pany. 
Saint Louis, Troy and Eastern Railroad Comi>any. 

Saint Paul Union Depot Company 

Sioux City Bridge Company 



Sioux City Stock Yards Company's Railroad . 
South Dakota Central Railway Company 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Milea. 
8.00 
6.40 

158.70 
141.36 



8.00 
18.14 



6.00 



6.20 
250.03 



4a 00 

28.00 

5.60 

.76 



28.00 
L02 



2.29 



103.00 
8.65 

» 817. 24 

13.00 

20.11 

a 76 

» 3.90 

L50 
42.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiUs. 



6.40 



* 2.37 



40.00 
2.00 



1.00 



.05 



.17 



3.90 



22.00 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



MOes. 
8.00 
6.40 

324.45 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



17.60 
18.14 



6.20 
267.64 

8.80 



20.11 

9.06 

'3.90 

2.50 
42.00 



MiU». 



6.40 



«2.37 



4a 00 

28.00 
5.60 


4a 00 
2.00 


.76 




28.00 
1.02 


28.00 


2.29 




103.00 




8.65 
• 047.67 


.05 


13.00 





.17 

.03 

3.90 



22.00 



1 Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

* See Supplement "A" at eqd of Table for totals covering entire road. 

s Files no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate relatioii of 
subsidiary road as indicated. 
4 Deoi^ase 
ft Includes 248.76 miles lying in Group III. 

• Includes 264.86 miles lying in Group III and 9.80 miles lying in Group VIII. 
' Includes 1.16 miles lying in Group vll. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 249 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 
Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 1631 

do 1632 

491 
890 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cai>- )l23 

Ital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to T. Haute & Indpls. R. R. (now Vandalia 1633 
R. R.), Oct. 1, 1892, for 99 vears; lessee guarantees principal and interest of bonds; rental, 30 
per cent of gross earnings, from which are to be paid all taxes, interest on bonds, rent of tracks, 
and organization en>enses; any surplus to be paid to lessor. *'Line owned" includes 3.76 
miles, one-half of 7.52 miles owi^ Jointly with Hi. Cent. R. R. Lessee owns majority of cap- 
ital stock. 

Operating road, independent 1634 

do 1635 



Subsidiary road, other relation. "Line owned" not In operation. Organized by members of 1636 
Qunflint Iron Co., Apr. 28, 1892, when a provisional agreement was made with Port Arthur, 
Duluth & Wn. Ry. Co. (of Canada) to operate and mamtain Port Arthur, Duluth 6i Wn. Ry. 
(of Minnesota). On completion of the latter a proper lease was to be executed between the 
two companies, but for various reasons no lease nas been executed up to the present time. 

Operating road, independent. Used in connection with Qulncy Mine 1637 

Operating road, independent 1638 

Operating road, independent. Under agreement with Minneap. & St. L. R. R. this company 1639 
nas exclusive use of all tracks located between First street norui and Twentieth avenue south, 
in the citv of Minneapolis, except the two main tracks, over which it has trackage rights only 
and whidi are included in operated mileage. 

Private road 1640 

Operating road, independent. Operated chiefly in the interest of Robbins Lumber Co 1641 

Operating road, independent 16^ 

Operating road, independent. Owned by 111. Cent., Mich. Cent., Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. Rs. 1643 
and Chic. & N. Wn. Ry., each having a one-fourth interest. 111. Cent. R. R. operates the road 
for the four owners. 

Private logging road. Owned by Empire Lumber Co., of Winona, Minn 1644 

Operating road, independent. Performs switching and station service for Atdh., Top. & S. Fe 1645 
and St. Jos. & Or. I. Rys. (equal owners of the capital stock). Entire expenses, less re- 
ceipts from switching service rendered other companies and rentals, are borne by owning 
companies on basis of freight tonnage and number of cars handled for eadi. 

Operating road, independent. Road furnishes dei>ot facilities for railroads entering St. Joseph, 1646 
Mo. Contract dated Sept. 2, 1880, for 50 years. The various railroads agree each to pay ^ 
of an annual rental of 10 per cent on outlay for dei>ot grounds, buildings, tracks, sidings, etc., 
and, in addition, to pay expenses of maintenance and operation of same, including all repairs 
and taxes. 

Operating road, independent 1647 

.do 1648 

1877 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 1649 
ital stock. 

Operating road, independent 1650 

.do 1651 

do 1652 

Operating road, independent. Entire capital stock owned by Chic. & N. Wn. and (Jhic, St. P. 1C53 
Minneap. & Om. Rys., one-half each. 

Operating road, independent 1654 

.do 1656 



250 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



(iRoir VI. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagb 



No. 



939 
1406 
1656 



1657 
1658 

1659 

16G0 
1661 
1662 
1663 
1664 
1665 
950 



1666 

1667 

955 

1668 
1669 
1670 

1671 

1672 

1673 

1674 ' 

1675 
1676 
1677 

1678 

1679 
1680 

1681 
1682 
1683 
1684 
1685 
1686 



Name of road. 



Southern Railway Companjr * 

[Line in Illinois.] 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company » 

[Line north of Cairo, Illinois.] 
Saint Louis and Cairo Railroad Company . 



Southern Illinois and Missouri Bridge Company. 
Southern Iowa Railroad Company 



Illinois Western Railroad Company. 



Sparrow-Kroll Logging Railway 

Stanley, Merrill and Phillips Railway Company . . 

Superior and Southeastern Railway Company 

Swan River Logs^ing Company's Railroad 

Tabor and Northern Railway Company 

Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway Company... 

Toledo, Saint Louis and Western Railroad Com- 
pany. » 

[Line in lUinois.l 

Toluca, Marquette and Northern Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Union Depot, Bridge and Terminal Railroad Com- 

W[>any. 
abash Railroad Company » 

[Line west of Danville, Illinois.] 
Brunswick and Chillicothe Railroad Company. . . 
Columbia and Saint Louis Railroad Company. . . 
Hannibal Bridge Company 



Kansas City, Excelsior Springs and Northern 

" Compi 
Louisiana and Pike County Railroad Company. 



Railroad Company. 



Moulton, Albia and Des Moines Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Saint Louis, Council Bluffs and Omaha Railroad 
Company. 
Wabash. Chester and Western Railroad Company. . 

Washburn and Northwestern Railway 

Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Northern Railway Com- 



pany. 
Wauk^an and Mississippi Valley Railway Com- 
pany. 

West Ranffe Railroad Company , 

Western Illinois Railway Company , 



Whitcomb and Morris Railway Company. . . 

Wilton and Northern Railroaa 

Winona Bridge Railway Company 

Wisconsin and Michigan Railway Company. 

Wisconsin Central Railway Company 

Tankton and Western Railway Company. . 



LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiU8. 
157. 11 



158.60 



« 4.64 
4.53 

2.60 

15.25 

45.83 

19.14 

« 45.00 

a 79 

230.70 

179.49 



31.14 

1.50 

» 1,238.10 

38.30 

21.60 

2.90 

9.70 

6.20 

94.10 

41.40 

64.83 

* 163.00 

40.00 

3.75 

7.00 
1.50 

6.00 

24.00 

L03 

123.29 

1,027.27 

5.00 



Miles. 



« 4.75 

5.33 

14.79 



« .82 
« 2.12 



22.00 



« .50 



24.00 



.81 
44.76 



Length. 



MiU8. 
162.89 

158.60 



« 4.64 
4.53 

2.60 

15.25 

56.30 

19.14 

« 45.00 

10.75 

247.70 

179.49 



3L16 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



• 1,505.50 



64.83 

« 163.00 

40.00 

a 75 



6.00 
24.00 

LOS 
131. 79 
977.04 

5.00 



Miles. 



* 4.75 

n.80 

14.79 



* L24 



« laoo 



• 2.00 



24.00 



79 



1 See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road, 
s Includes 2.24 miles l3ring in Group VIII. 

• Decrease. 

• Unofficial figures. 

• Includes 23.00 miles lying in Group VIII. 

• Includes 0.60 mile lying m Group Vll and 23.00 miles lying in Group VIIL 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 251 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906- -Continued. 




Operating road, independent. 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 
ital stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. 'Leased Feb. 1, 18S6, for 45 years; rental, ifj{ of 25 
per cent of gross earnings of entire system operated by lessee, which it guarantees to be at 
least $165,000 per annum. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Of ''line owned" 2.81 miles understood to have been ojwrated 
for owner by Chic, JBurl. & Quin. R. R. and 1.72 mUes by lo. Cent. Ry. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Mileage understood to have been operated for 
controlling company by Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. R. 

Private road 

Operating road, independent ^ 

do 

Private road .• 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



Operating road, independent. W. Reeves, J. E. Hurley, and C. Leland, jr.. Receivers; ap- 
pointed Nov. 29, 1905. Of "line owned" .42 mile not in operation. 
Independent road. ' ' Line owned" not in operation 



Operating road, independent. "Line owned" includes 6.80 miles leased to and operated by 
111. Term. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 




Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 21, 1889; rental, 9800 per annum. Rental 

increased from Dec. 31, 1904, to $1,600. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



do. 



Operating road, independent. 

Private lumber road 

Operating road, independent. 



Operating road, independent. ' * Line owned ' ' leased from American Steel & Wire Co . 



939 
1406 
1656 



1657 
1658 

1650 

1660 
1661 
1662 
1663 
1664 
1665 
950 



1666 

1667 

955 

1668 
1669 
1670 

1671 

1672 

1673 

1674 

1675 
1676 
1677 

1678 



Independent road. ' * Line owned ' ' not in operation 1679 

Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation. P. McDoweU, Receiver; appointed June 1680 

12, 1906. 

Operating road, independent 1681 

Private logging road 1682 

Operating road, independent 1683 

do 1684 

Operating road, Independent. Of * 'line owned" 1 10.17 miles not in operation ' 1G86 

Operating road, independent. Switch track between Yankton and the works of the Western 1686 

Portland Cement Co. Expense of maintenance is borne jointly by Chic, Milw. & St. P. and 

Chic. & N. Wn. Rys. 



252 REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group VII. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Mileaob 



No. 



1687 
1480 

1688 

1689 
1490 



1514 



1090 
1691 
1692 

1693 
1551 



1694 
1557 



1695 
1696 
1289 
1697 

1098 

1822 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 

1704 
1705 
1628 

1706 
1707 



Name of road. 



Total— Group VII 

Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway Company. . . 
Chicago and Northwestern Railway Comi>any «. , . 
[Line in Group VII.] 
Pierre, Rapid City and Northwestern Railway 



Company. 
Wyoming and Northwestern Railwav Com 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Raiuroad 



y 

m- 



pany. 



[Line west of Missouri River.] 



ChicaKo, Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha 
Railway Company. * 

[Line west of Missouri River.] 
Colorado and Northwestern Railroad Company... . 

Colorado Eastern Railroad Company 

Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway Com- 
pany. 

EUiston and Southern Railroad Company 

Great Northern Railway Company. ■ 

[Line between Mlnot, North Dakota, 
and Idaho.] 
Montana and Great Northern Railway Company. 
Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway 
Company. * 

[Line between Minot, North Dakota, 
and Idaho.] 

Montana Central Railway Company 

Great Western Railway Company 

lUinois Central Railroad Company : * 
Om^a Bridge and Terminal Railway Company. . 

Laramie, Hahns Peak and Pacific Railway Com- 
pany. 
Mise 



LINK OWNED. 



Length. 



MOes. 
11,726.01 



63.07 
1,396.79 

9.22 

102.40 
* 4,108.49 



272.47 



ft 46.79 

* 16.60 

• 73.20 

7.00 



isouri Pacific Railway Company: • 

Nebraska Southern Railway Company 

Omaha Belt Railway Company 

Omaha Southern Railway Company 

Pacific Railway Company in Nebraska 

Missouri River and Northwestern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Montana Railroad Company 

Noland Land and Transfer Company 

Northern Pacific Railway Company ■ , 

[Line in Idaho ana Montana.] 

Montana Railwav Company 

Yellowstone Park Railway 



142.99 
' 1,026.71 



249.26 

• 19.20 

• 17.04 
15.00 



16.12 
16.17 
25.44 
M 73.00 
32.39 

163.00 

3.50 

u 1,666.58 

6.70 
11.30 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiUs. 
136.32 



.28 
* 1.01 

9.22 

102.40 
8.85 



M.83 



UNK OPKEATED. 



Length. 



MiU». 
1 11,735.98 



71.24 
1,429.15 



« 4,175.90 



274.57 



ft 46.79 
ft 16.60 
ft 73.20 

7.00 
ft 1,222.90 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 



8.00 



24.39 



« 16.01 
> 11.59 



253.31 
ft 19.20 

ft 24.93 



1.39 

157.00 

3.50 

" 1,774.13 



MiUs. 
* 19.63 



.28 
« 1.01 



8.85 



s 1.83 



1.39 



«28.41 



1 Includes 63.20 miles not in United States. 

* Decrease. 

ft See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

* Includes 17.44 miles lying in Group VI and 259.62 miles lying in Group VIII. 
ft Unofficial figures. 

ft Includes 143.70 miles lying in Group VI and 53.20 mUes not in United States. 

f Includes 143.70 mUes lying in Group VI. 

ft Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

ft Includes 2.67 miles lying in Group VI. 
ift Includes 1.74 miles lying in Group VIII. 
u Includes 286.25 miles lying in Group X. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE tJNITED STATES. 



258 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190G— Continued 



6 



No. 



RemarkB. 



Operating road, independent. 
do 



Subsidiarv road, other relation. Controlled through ownerahlp of entire capital stock, 
owned ' '^ not in operation, 
.do. 



<• 



Line 



Operating road, independent Leased Nov. 20, 1901, for 99 years from and alter midois^t of 
Sept. 30, 1901, to Cmc, Burl. & Quin. Rt., a corporation under the laws of the State of Iowa; 
but the principal arrangements of the latter have not been completed sufficientiv to enable 
it to make a report In its own name, and hence report is made in the name of Chic., Burl. & 
Quin. R. R. 

Operating road, independent 



.do. 
.do. 



Operating road, independent. Operated until completion by Colorado & Utah Construction Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownershipof entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1890, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 

capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, and organization expenses. Lessee owns 

majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation . Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
Operating road, independent 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. 111. Cent. R. R. maintains right of way, structures, 

and equipment, and conducts transportation. 
Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock . 
do 



.do. 
.do. 



Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 31 miles not in operation 



Operating road, independent. Of ' * line owned," 6 miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Quarry road 

Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Contract dated Dec. 5, 1808. for 10 years, whereby 
Nn. Pac. Ry. agrees to operate the road, charge an excess over the ordinary rates on its own 
line on all Joint traffic to and from the road, and pay over to Yellowstone Park Ry. such excess 
and the entire earnings of the local traffic on the road. 



1687 
1480 

1688 

1689 
1«X) 



1514 



1600 
1691 
1692 

1693 
1551 



1694 
1557 



1695 
1696 
1289 
1697 

1098 

1822 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 

1704 
1705 
1628 

1706 
1707 



254 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VII. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 





1 


^ 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 

• 


LINE OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


1708 


Saint Joseph and Grand Island Railway Ck)mpany. 
Union Pacific Railroad Company • 


MiU9. 

1 261.06 
* 1,817.90 

33.10 

• 11.00 
18.00 
12.52 


MiUs. 


MOet. 

* 312.21 
ft 1,810.86 

33.10 

• 11.00 
18.00 


mus. 


1709 






1710 


fLine In Group VII J 


1.10 


1.10 


1711 


Winnipeg, Yankton and Gulf Railroad Company. . 
Wyoming and Missouri River Railroad Company. . 
Yellowstone Park Railroad Company (of Montana) 




1712 


. 




1713 


12.52 











Includes 0.16 mile lying in Group VI and 138.37 miles lying in Group VIII. 
Includes 57.11 miles lying in Group VI and 142.57 miles lying in Group VIII. 
See Supplement *'A" at end of Table for totals oovering entire road. 
Includes 2.46 miles lying in Group VI and 102.70 miles lying in Group X. 
Includes 2.46 miles lying in Group VI and 97.70 miles lying in Group X. 
Unoffidai flgnzee. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 256 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Operating road, independent 

Operating road, Independent. Of " line owned," 7.04 miles not operated by this company 

Operating road, independent. Switching road between railroads and stock yards, packing 
nouses, and other industries located on its tracks. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 



1708 
1709 

1710 

1711 
1712 
1713 



12689—07 17 



256 REPOBT OP THE INTBBSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group VIII. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milbaok 



No. 



1714 
1715 
1716 
1717 
1718 
1451 

1719 
1720 
1721 

1722 
1723 

1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 

1732 
1733 
1734 
1735 

1736 
1472 
1474 



1511 

1737 
1738 

1739 

1740 
1741 
1742 



Name of road. 



3 



LimB OWNKD. 



Total— Group VIII 

Agatite Short Line Railway 

Anderson and Saline River Railroad Ck>mpany 

Argentine Central Railway Company 

Arkansas River and Southern Railway Company.. 

Atchison and Eastern Bridge Company 

Atchison, Topekaand SantaFe Railway Company * 
[Line west of Kansas City^ Missoun.] 

Eastern Oklahoma Railway Company , 

Rio Grande and El Paso Railroaa Company 

Denver, Enid and Gulf Railroad Company 

Denver, Kansas and Gulf Railway Company.. 
Southern Kansas Railway Comi>any of Texas 

Atchison Union Depot and Railroad Company 

Baldwin and Dague Lumher Company's Railroad 

Bearden and Ouachita River Railroad Company . 

Bellevue Valley Railroad Company 

Book Cliff Railroad Company 

Butler County Railroad Company 

Cache Valley Railroad Company 

Cairo, Memphis and Southern Railroad and Trans- 
portation Company. 

Calumet Fuel Company's Railroad 

Cassvilic and Western Railway Company 

Central Arkansas and Eastern Railroad Company 

Chester, Perryville and Sainte Genevieve Railway 
Company. 
Cape Girardeau and Chester Railroad Company. 

Chicago and Alton Railroad Company: ■ 
Kansas City, Saiift Louis and Chicago Railroad 
Company. * 

[Line west of Missouri River.] 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Com- 
pany. » 

[Line west of Missouri River.1 
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroaa Com- 
pany. 
White and Black River Valley Railroad Com- 
pany. 



Rock Island, Arkansas and Louisiana Railroad 
Company. " 

Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway Com- 



Length. 



liUes. 
31,123.89 



pany. 
Saint Louis, Kansas City and Colorado Railroad 
Company. 
Kansas City Rock Island Railway Company . . 



5.50 
2a 01 
ILOO 

9.01 

«.35 

4,11L55 

306.71 

•2a 17 

112.04 

2.09 
11&13 

.80 

&00 

14.00 

a 57 

IZOO 

7.50 

12.00 

» 7.00 

4.60 

5.00 

a50 

16 57 

47.00 

10a32 



• 2,202.83 

97&97 
62.26 



"150.64 

M 387.06 

283.97 

33.43 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiUs. 
94a 21 



1 .50 
2a 01 
ILOO 



LINK OPERATED. 



Length. 



32,105.40 



4&20 
2.09 



aoo 



7.50 



4.60 

.40 

a50 



5.50 
2a 01 
ILOO 

9.01 

>.35 

4,435.27 



117.46 



129.17 

.80 

&00 

14.00 

3.57 

12.00 

14.71 

12L00 

» 7.00 

4.60 
5.00 

aso 

6157 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



1,020.70 



» .50 
20.01 
ILOO 



1.04 



4a 83 



aoo 



14.71 



aoo 



1 2a 96 



159.64 



\ 3.90 



»• 3,75158 



»« 471.88 

29a 50 

33.43 



4.60 

.49 

a50 

47.00 



17a 12 



82.06 
1 3.90 



I Decrease. • 

> Includes 0.17 mile lying in Group VI. 

s See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 
« Includes 75.00 miles lying in Group IX and 470.49 miles Tying in Group X. 

» Includes 2.53 miles lying in Group VII, 95.17 miles Ijring in Group iX, and 470.49 miles lying in 
Group X. 

• Lies in Group IX. 
' Unofficial figures. 

• Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road as indicated. 

• Includes 245.35 miles lying in Group VII. 

w Includes 1.75 miles lyuigln Group V, 260.25 miles lying in Group Vn, and 02.26 miles lying in 
Group IX. 

II Report for month ending June 30, 1006. 
" Includes 02.26 miles lying in Group IX. 
» Includes 182.36 miles lyinjg in Group IX. 
M Includes 183.06 miles lying in Group IX. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITEP STATES. 



257 



POR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Private road. Owned and operated by Saline Cement Plaster Co., of Lawrence, Kans. 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Bluff City Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, Independent. Operated by Fourche River Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent , 

Operating road, independent. Of " line owned," 8.32 miles not in operation 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
do , 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled throu^^ ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Operated under contract to puxchase when line Is completed. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other rdation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Operating road, independent 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Operating road, independent. 
Operating road, independent. 
do 



Coal road . 



Private road. Owned and operated by the Chicago Mill Sc Lumber Co. 

Private coal road 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 15, 1004; rental, interest on bonds. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1879, in perpetuity, for 35 per cent 
of gross earnings, less assessments and taxes; any balance of amount of rental, after paying 
interest on bonds, 6 per cent on preferred and 7 per cent on common stock, taxes, etc., to be 
retained by lessee. 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Mar. 24, 1904, for 999 years; rental, interest on 
bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1900, for 80 years; rental, $30,000, being 
interest on bonds. By agreement, in addition to lease, coupons on bonds to the amount oi 
$5,000 per year for 10 years were destroyed, the lessee agreeing to place $50,000 of improve- 
ments on the road within 15 years of date of lease. Operated by Cnic, Rock I. & Pac. Ry. 
under its lease of Choctaw, Oua. & Oulf R. R. 

Subsidianr toad, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 31, 1906, in effect May 31, 1906, for 999 years; 
rental, mterest on bonds, taxes, and oxganization expenses not to exceed $600. Lessee owns 
entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Chic, Rock I. & Pac. Ry. owns majority of capital 
stock. 



No. 



1714 
1715 
1716 
1717 
1718 
1461 

1719 
1720 
1721 

1722 
1723 

1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 

1732 
1733 
1734 
1735 

1736 
1472 
1474 



1511 

1737 
1738 

1739 



1740 
1741 
1742 



258 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group Vlll. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



1743 
1744 
1745 
1746 

1747 
1748 
1749 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1755 
1756 

1757 
1758 
1769 
1760 



1761 

1762 

1763 
1764 

1765 

1766 
1767 
1768 
1769 
1770 
1771 
1772 
1773 

1774 



1775 
1776 

1777 

• 

1778 

1779 
1780 

1781 

1782 
1783 
1784 
1786 



Namo of road. 



Colorado and Southeastern Railway Company 

Colorado and Southern Railway Company 

Fort Collins Development Railway Companv. . . 

Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District 
Railway Company. 

Colorado and Wyoming Railway Company 

Colorado Midland Railway Company 

Comie Valley Railroad 

Cotton Belt and Northern Railway Company 

Crossett Railway Company 

Crystal River Railroaa Company 

DardaneUe and RussellviUe Railroad Company . . . 

Deering Southwestern Railway 

Denver and Inter-Mountain Railway Company. . . 

Denver and Rio Orande Railroad Company * 

[Line in Colorado and New Mexico.] 

Rio Orande Railroad Company 

Rio Orande and Santa Fe Railroad Company. . . 

Rio Orande Ounnison Railway Company 

Rio Orande Junction Railway Company 



Rio Orande, Pagosa and Northern Railroad 
Company. 

Rio Orande, Pueblo and Southern Railroad 
Company. 

Rio Orande, Sangre de Cristo Railroad Company 

Rio Orande ana Southwestern Railroad Com- 
pany. 



Rio Orande Southern Railroad Company. 



LINE OWNED. 



I^ength. 



Denver, Wichita and Memphis Railway Company 

Dequeen and Eastern Railroad Company 

Des Peres Valley Railway Company 

Doniphan, Kensett and Siaarcy Kaiiroad Company. 

Eagle Lumber Company's Railroad 

England and Clear Lake Railway Company , 

Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad Company 

Canon City and Cripple Creek Railroad Company 



Oolden Circle Railroad Company. 



Fordyoe and Princeton Railroad Company 

Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company 

Fort Smith, Poteau and Western Railway Com- 
pany. 

Fourcne River Valley and Indian Territory Rail- 
way Company. 

Freeo Valley Railroad Comi>any 

Oarland and Western Railroad 



Oiflord and Southeastern Railway Company. 



Orandin and Northwestern Railroad 

Oriffin, Magnolia and Western lUilway Company 

HigginsviUe Switch Company's Railroad 

HoUy and Swlnk Railway Company.*. 



MUes. 

6.27 

s 1,058.74 

* 16.56 

75.06 

» 52.62 

267.06 

25.00 

14.00 

10.00 

32.43 

5.00 

6.04 

11.50 

1,663.96 

33.03 
33.97 

v*uv 

62.08 



30.85 

3.36 

16.96 
41.00 

180.40 

f 14.00 
42.00 
1.55 
LOO 
&50 
5.00 
40.96 
7.24 

6.59 



22.00 
20L06 
» 4.00 

L02 

19.36 
1.00 

7.09 

45.00 

29.30 

4.00 

L50 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

19a5. 



Miles. 



16.56 
.45 

.83 



25.00 

16.66 



» 2.00 
.02 



45.09 



LINK OPERATED. 



Length. 



3fite». 

20.87 
• 1,134.30 



2L87 
1.55 
LOO 



1.02 

2.14 
1.00 



1 5.00 
.30 



L50 



75.06 

• 64.74 

336.06 

25.00 

14.00 

10.00 

32.43 

5.00 

6.04 

11.50 

1,853.80 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30. 

1905. 



4L00 



180.40 

T 7.00 

42.00 

L55 



&50 

5.00 

54.79 



22.00 
221.16 
T 4.00 

.69 

19.36 
LOO 

4.50 

45.00 

29.30 

4.00 



Decrease. 

Includes 357.16 miles lying in Oroup VII. 

Includes 374.07 miles lying in Oroup VII. 

Lies in Oroup VII. 

Includes 14.66 miles lying in Oroup VII. 

See Supplement "A" at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

Unofficial flgores. 



JfiUs. 

1 .14 
16.56 



.45 
.83 



25.00 

'i6.*66 



1 2.00 
.02 



4i.00 



2L87 
L55 



2.14 
1.00 



5.00 
.30 



STATISTICS OP HAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 259 

3 Year F.sinsa June 30, J906— Continued. 



Operating road, [udependent. 

<D. CODtroili 
thBT retatfoD. ^^»,.^^^ 
electricity. 

dperatliig'n«3, ludepeodeDt. 



Subsidiary road, other reUtloa. CODtrollad thiough ownenhip ol entire capital stocli 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relatiOD. CoDtroUed tbrouxa ownorship of Diolority of capi- 
tal stool. On T.SO miles mativs power is electricity. 

Operating road, Independent...................... 

Operating road, ladapendent. 01 "line owned," T.Mmlleanot in operation.. 
"•'-'tB logging ro-- 



...do.. 

.'.'.duV... 
Operating rood, ind 
r. ., 1 '-Jopenaeni 

Controlled througb ownerahip ol ei 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased to Colo. Midi. Ry. and Denver & Bio O. 

R. R., Dec.24, 1889. until Jan. 1, 1940; rental, interest on bonds and 30 percent olgross earning!. 

Eipensesol operation to be paid by lessees on a wheolago basis. Denver A RloO. R. R.owna 

tiudorit)' ol capitai etock. 
Subsidiary road, other telatioD. Controlled tbrough ownenhip of entire oapital stock 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated under an agreement whereby Dsni 
& Rio u. R. R. nominates five of tbe seven directors of the company and is to punthaae t 
' stock by refunding to the present holders 2£ pet cant of Its gross charges 



company and is to purehase 
pet cant of Its gioas charges 

tbrough ownership of majority ol 



capital Bt 

Operating road, independent. 01 "line owned," 7 miles not In operation 

Operating toad, Indiqraidenl 

Independent road. "LIneownod" not In operation 

Private road 

Operating road. Independent — 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1. ISW, from Ang. 15. ISBV, for 7 years; 

rental, mileage proportion ol jofnt net eamltkga, leseee guaranteeing Interest on funded debt 

and paying all faxes. 
Subsidiary road, contlDgent money rental. Leased Apr. 1. laoo, torTyeara, 4 months, and 14 

days: rental, IS per cent of Joint net earnings, lessee guaranteeing intereat on funded debt 

and paying all taxes. 

Operating road, independent. Principally engaged In hauling logs for Fordyca Lumber Co 

Operating road, indepondant 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," .33 mile not Id operation 

Opemticg road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Spur track between Hot Springs. Ark., and Oak L*wn race 

tracli, iisiyl only during the rat-e moetine. 
Operating road, Indepenrtenl. Operated by the Stewart A Aleiander Lumber Co. Of "line 

Prlrate road. Owned and oparnted bv Missouri Lumber 4 Mining Co 

Operating road, independent. One of am-eni roads in the soHSailed Southern Pine Bystam 

Operating road, independent. Coal swiwh 

Indapanaent road. ■' line owned " not In ofwation 



260 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VIII. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileagb 



No. 



1786 
1787 

1788 
1789 
1790 

1791 
1792 

1793 
1794 

1795 
1796 

1797 
1798 

1799 
1800 
1801 
1802 



1803 



1804 
1805 
1806 

1807 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1811 
1812 

1813 
1814 
1815 

1816 
1817 
1818 

1819 



1820 

1821 
1822 
1823 

1824 



Name of road. 



Horatio and Southern Railroad 

Jonesboro, Lake City and Eastern Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Kansas City and Westport Belt Railway Company . 

Kansas City Beit Railway Company (The) 

Kansa** City, Clinton and Springfield Railway 
Company. 

Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway Comjpany. 
Kansas Citv, Mexico and Orient Railway Com- 
pany of Texas. 

Kansas City Southern Railway Company 

Kansas City, Shreyeport and Quit Railway Com- 
pany. 
Texarkana and Fort Smith Railway Company . . . 
Arkansas Western Railway Company 



Kansas Southern and Oulf Railroad Company. 
Kansas Southwestern Railway Company 



Kearney and Sheridan Railway Company 

Kendall and Sulphur Springs Railway Company. 

L' Anguilie Riyer Railway Company 

Leayenworth and Toiwkik Railway Company 



Leayenworth Depot and Railroad Company. 



Lester and Ouachita Valley Railroad Company 

Little Riyer Valley RaiiwayCompany (of Arkansas) 
Little Rock, Sheridan and Saline Riyer Railroad 
Company. 

Louisiana and Pine Biufl Railway Company 

Malvern and Freeo Valley Railway Company 

Manila and Southwestern Railroad Company 

Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway Company 

Manufacturers Railway Company (of Missouri) . . . 
Middlebrook, Qraniteyille and Belleyue Railroad 



Midland Tenninal Railway Company 

Midland Valley Railroad Company 

Mississippi, Arkansas and Western Railway Com- 
pany. 

Mississippi Riyer and Bonne Terre Railway 

M ssissippi Valley Railway Company 

M ssoun and liUnois Bridge and Belt Railroad 
Company. 

Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad Company. . 



Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company ' . . 

[Line north of Denison, Texas.] 
Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway Company. . 

Missouri Pacific Railway Company 

Boonyille, Saint Louis and Southern Railway 

Company. 
Carthage and Western Railway Company 



LINE OWNKD. 



Length. 



MUes. 

12.00 
87.00 

13,70 

10.02 

247.63 

152.69 
78.84 

387.24 
> 245.38 

4 185.91 
32.33 

• 8.34 
59.35 

10.01 

U.OO 

2.25 

44.66 



L04 



17.00 
2L00 
l&OO 

2.50 
9.00 
4.77 
&90 
.67 
2.25 

29.40 

292.69 

9.00 

61.63 

l&OO 

•2.80 

126.16 



1,646.40 

76.30 

* 1,134.26 

43.97 

17.96 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 

12.00 
20.00 

13.70 
.13 



28.92 

7&84 

1 5.59 



» 6.07 



10.01 

11.00 

2.25 



3.00 

18.66' 

2.50 

1 1.00 

4.77 





2.25 


89.47 
» 7.00 


1.00 



126.16 



LnrS OPKRATED. 



6a90 
1 17.96 



17.96 



Length. 



MUes. 

12.00 
87.00 

13.70 

10.02 

239.22 

152.60 
78.84 

I 827.04 



32.33 

» &34 
59.70 

laoi 

ILOO 

2.25 

56.12 



L04 



17.00 
21.00 
18.00 



126.16 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



1,724.19 

76.30 
•3,4QL62 



1 Deci^ease. 

a Includes 326.48 miles lying in Group IX. 

Lies in Group IX. 

Includes 81.10 mitos lying in Group IX. 

Unoffldai figures. 

Includes 0.56 mile lying in Grotm VI. 

See Supplement " A " at end of Table for totals ooyeilng entire road. 

Includes 231.73 miles lying in Group VII. 

Includes 21.00 miles lying in Group VI and S76w84 miles lying in Group VII. 



MUes. 

12.00 
20.00 

13.70 
.13 



2&92 

7&84 

1 n.66 



laoi 
n.00 

2.25 



3.00 



18.00 



9.00 
4.77 
&90 


1 LOO 
4.77 


.67 




2.25 
29.40 


2.25 


317.65 
9.00 

6L63 


9&50 
1 3.00 


l&OO 
•Z80 


1.00 



126.16 



5a 90 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 261 

s Year bndino Jwnb 30, 1906— Continued. 



Operating road, [ndependent. Motive powei, steam and electricity 

Operating rosd, Independent 

Operating road. Independent. 01 " line owned," 8.41 mllea not In operation 

Operating road, Independent. " Line owned" and " line operated " exclude 168 miles in Ueilco. 
Operating road, lubsidlary , other relatioD. 

Operating road. Independent. Ol '^llne ovned," 2.52 miles not In operatlotk 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ovnerehlp ot entire capitis etock. Ot 
"lineowned," 4.09 miles not In operation. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital St.— 

OiMratlng road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled throngb ownership of entire capital 

Opprnllngrnnd'iniiniH.ndpnl. Entiri'™i)itaiBiJw'liowiiedby Aich.,Top, is. F 

and Ban Fran. K. A., one-hall <'u<.'ti. 

Oponiling road, indepraidont, Oporalcil by Bluff City Lumber Co 

Operating road, Independent. Oiiernlj.vi by F, Kendall Lumber Co 

Opc'rating road, indopondent 

'^ — crating road. Independent. CsykUiti ^tock owned Jointly by Atch., Top. it &. Fe By. and 
n. Pac. R. R,. net oamlngs or i.iin'iwie being shared equally by both companies. Theprop- 
ty is operated independently In .iflitBrs ofAtch., Top. & B. Fe Ey., who receive no special 

. impenaatlon. Atrangmnp.nt m.^-iiir- Feb. 1, 1900. 
Opnraling rond. Independent. Piirni^tiiis depot lacUltlei at Leavenworth, Kanaas, tor Un. 

I'ac. and Kans.Cy.^. Wu. R. ]1b. Hnd l£o. Pac., Chlo., Roclc I. & Pac., and Leav., Kans. & 

Operitlng road. Independent. Oue of scFeral roads In the so-called Soathem E*ine System 

>tln operation.. 
Operating toad, Indepeodeot... 



sting road, Independent. Logging bo^ess. . 
Operating rosd. Independent 



property of the St. L. & N. Ark. R. K. 
le iff. 1908). lo 



on May 29. WoS (sale eonflrmed by the courts June iff. 1908). for default in ,_, 

— * — bonds for year ending Dec. 31, 190II, the property was operated by the purchasers, 
1, D.R.Francis, Powell Clayton, R.C. Kerens, and Jobn F, Shipley, trustees, for 
IT to 30. 190A, Inclusive, Since that date a leoiganlsatlon under the name ot Mo. 

[. K. Co. has been effected. 

Operating road. Independent 

do 

Sob^diary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1880, for 30 years, at an nrtniwi i^nt^ rrf 

«U.000, 
BobaldlUT road, other relation. Controlled through ownership ot mtlre capital Mock 



262 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VIII. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



Name of road. 



1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 



1829 

I 
1830 ! 

1831 



1832 
1833 
1834 



1835 
1836 
1837 

1838 

1839 
1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 
1844 



1845 



1846 

1847 
1846 
1849 
1850 

1851 
1852 

1853 

1864 

1^66 
1856 
1867 
1858 



Missouri Pacific Railway Company— Continued. 

Fort Scott Central Railway Company 

Jopiin and Western Railway Company 

Kanopoils and Kansas Central RailwayCompany. 
Kansas and Colorado Pacific Railway Company. 



Pueblo and State Line Railroad Company . 



Kansas Citv and Southwestern Railway Com- 
pany of Missouri. 

Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Com- 
pany (of Kansas). 

Kansas City Northwestern Railroad Company. . 

Kansas Southwestern Railway Company 

Leroy and Caney VaUey Air Line Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Nevada and Minden Raflway Company 



Rooks Coimty Railroad Company . 

Saint Louis, Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway 

Company. 
Sedalia, Warsaw and Southwestern Railway 

Company. 

Central Branch Railway Company 

Saint J^ouis, Iron Mmmtain and Southern Rail- 
way Cpmpany 

Gurdon and Fort Smith Railroad Company . . . 

Herrin Railway 



Iron Mountain Railroad Company of Memphis, 
Kansas and Arkansas VaUey Railway 



Little Rock Junction Railway. 



Arkansas and Louisiana Railway Company 



Arkansas Central Railroad Company 

Arkansas Midland Railroad Company 

Arkansas Southwestern Railwav Company 

Brinkley, Helena and Indian Bay Kailroad 
Company. 

Ei Dorado and Bastrop Railway Company 

Fort Smith Suburban Railway Company 



liittle Rock and Hot Springs Western Railroad 

Company. 
Mississippi River, Hamburg and Western 

Railway Company. 
Pine Bhin and western Railroad Company. . . , 

Missouri Southern Railroad Company 

Monte Ne Railwav Company , 

Noble Lake and Southern Railway 



3 



LINE OWNED. 



Length. 



Miles. 

57.05 

4.59 

14.16 

1,449.60 



152.12 



20.70 



27.00 



1 161.65 
24.91 
51.78 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



^files. 



LINE OPEBATED. 



Increase 
aa rtiown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



Maes. 




mief. 



73.71 


■ 






18.25 
6.30 

43.23 




' 














388.19 




388.19 
» 2,459.15 




« 2,215.18 
6.71 


269.57 
1.71 


103.:>:>, 


* 7.72 






* 1.07 




1 


170.64 




1 
1 










25.54 




25.54 

47.63 
47.45 
33.01 
22.97 

43.94 




43.30 






47.45 






33.01 






22.97 






43.94 






6.66 






53.33 




30.90 

50.93 

46.00 

66.20 

5.00 

4.30 




50.93 







44.34 




1.66 


66.20 






5.00 
4.30 


.88 


.88 



1 Includes 20.65 mOes lying in Group VII. 

* Includes 157.91 miles lying in Group VI and 247.09 miles lying in Group IX. 

* Inchides 2.07 miles lying in Group v, 174.01 miles lying in Group VI, and 247.^ mitof lying to Oroup 

* Lies in Group VI. 

* Lied in Group V. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 268 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. . . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock. 
"Line owned" Includes 80.72 miles of line leaaed to Mo. Pac. Ry. for 40 years from Sept. 27, 
1886, for a rental of $500 per mile per annum, together with all taxes and expenses of mainte- 
nance. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Kans. & Col. Pac. Ry.. July 1, 1891, for 25 years; 
rental, fixed interest charges, taxes, renewals, maintenance, etc. Mo. Pac. Ry. owns entire 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1891, for 25 years; rental, fixed interest 
charges, together with all taxes, renewals, and expenses of maintenance. Lessee owns entire 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased to Elans. Cy. & S. Wn. Rv. of Mo., Jan. 1, 1801, for 
25 years; rental, fixed charges, taxes, renewals, and maintenance. Mo. Pac. Ry. owns major- 
ity of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock . . . 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Oct. 31, 1886, for 40 years, for a rental of 1500 per 
mile per annum, together with taxes, expenses of maintenance, etc. Lessee owns majority of 
capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital stock . . . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



No. 



.do. 



1841 
1842 

1843 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 1839 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 1840 

tal stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock. "Lino owned" 

not in operation. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1904, terminable upon notice by either 

party: rental, fixed charges, taxes, and expenses of maintenance and operation. Lessee owns 

entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 1, 1890; rental, interest on bonds. Mo. Pac. 

Ry. owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidianr road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1890, for 50 years, to Little Rock & Ft. ' 1844 

Smith Ry. (now part of St. L., Iron Mtn. & Sn. Ry.); rental, fixed interest charges, together 

with all taxes, renewals, and expenses of maintenance. St. L., Iron Mtn. & Sn. Ry. owns I 

entire capital stock. . I 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 1, 1890, for 50 years; rental, fixed interest ' 1845 

charges, togetner with all taxes, renewals, and expenses of maintenance. Lessee owns ma- '■ 

joritv of capital stock. | 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 1846 

tal stock. I 

do , lg47 



1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 



1829 
1830 
1831 



1832 
1833 
1834 



1835 
1836 
1837 

1838 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1848 



do. 
.do. 



1850 



do 1851 

Subsidiary road, other relation. " Line owned " not in operation. Controlled through owner- 1852 

ship of majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 1853 

stock. Of "line owned," 22.43 miles leased to and operated by Chic, Rock I. & Pac. Ry. < 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controllea through ownership of entire capitiu stock. 1854 

do ^ '■ 1855 

Operating road, independent IftW 

do 1857 

Private lomber road 1858 



264 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VIII. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage. 



No. 



1859 
1860 
1861 

1862 
18G3 
1854 
1805 

1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 



1883 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 

1888 

1889 
1890 

1891 

1892 

1883 
1894 

1895 

1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 

1901 
1902 
1903 

1904 



Name of road. 



Normans Southeastern Railroad 
Oklahoma Central Railwa, 
Osceola, Little River and Western 
pany. 

Ouachita Valley Railroad Company 

Paragould and Memphis Railway Company. 

Perla Northern Railroad Company 

Pertle Springs Railroad Company 



ilroad Com- 



>mpany 



Poplar Bluff and Dan River Railway Company 

Portland and Southeastern Railroad Company 

Poteau Valley Railroad Company 

Prescott and Northwestern Railroad Company. . . . 

Pueblo Union Depot and Railroad Company 

Red River Valley Railroad Companv (of Arkansas) . 

Rio Grande and Pagosa Springs Railroad Company 

Rison and Mount Klba Railroad Company 

Rogers Southwestern Railway Company. 

Saginaw and Ouachita River Railroad Ck>: 

Saint Francis River Railroad 

Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company. 

Arkansas and Oklahoma Railwav Company 

Arkansas Valley and Western Railway Company . 
Fayette ville and Little Rock Railway Company. 

Fort Smith and Van Buren Bridge Company 

Kansas City. Fort Scott and Memphis Railway 
Company (The). 

Kansas City, Memphis and Birmingham Railroad 
Company. 

Little Rock and Texas Railway Company. 



Ozark and Cherokee (Central Railwav Company. . 
Pittsburg and Columbbs Railway Com 
Saint Louis, Memphis and Southeastern 

Company. 

Saint Louis, San Francisco and New Oiieans Rail- 
road Company. 
Springfield Connecting Railway (Company 

Saint Louis, El Reno and Western Railway (Com- 
pany. 

Saint Louis, Kennett and Southeastern Railroad 
Company. 

Saint Louis, Rocky Mountain and Pacific Railway 
Companjr. 

Saint ivouis Southwestern Railway Company 

Gray's Point Terminal Railway Company 



Paragould Southeastern Railway Company. 



Pine Bluff Arkans^ts River Railway 

Saint Louis Transfer Railway Company 

Saline Bayou Railway Company 

Saline River Railway Companv , 

Santa Fe, Raton and Des Moines Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Santa Fe. Raton and Eastern Railroad Company. , 

Silverton Railway Company 

Silverton, Gladstone and Northerly RaUroad Com- 



3 



UHK OWNKD. 



Length. 



liOes. 

laoo 

66.00 
4.25 

28.00 

21.29 

15.00 

1 2.25 

15.00 

14.00 

7.48 

4L00 

2.50 

&00 

2&00 

16.00 

laoo 

25.10 

12.50 

2,203.91 

47.16 

175.25 

15.71 

.34 

4 830!l8 



• 285.66 



18.34 
143.90 

10.48 
665.20 

232.52 

3.18 
42.21 

27.00 

35.70 

• 617.90 
16.40 

37.49 

25.00 
6.36 

U.OO 
9.00 
2.00 

16.00 

1 12.00 

7.00 

17.00 



Increase 

as shown 

by com- 

pikrison 

with 
Jane 30, 

1906. 



MOei. 

laoo 

66w00 
4.25 

28.00 

■""'4.'66 



15.00 



«.60 



6.00 
S4.00 

4.00 
10.00 



UHK OPKRATKD. 



Length. 



s 15.90 



27.00 
3&70 



.01 



2.00 
16.00 



laoo 



4.25 

28.00 

21.29 

15.00 

1 2.25 

15.00 

14.00 

7.48 

4L00 

2.50 

6.00 

2a 00 

16.00 



26.10 

12.50 

• 4,738.04 



42.21 
27.00 



» 77a 50 



38.00 

33.00 
6.36 

11.00 
9.00 



ia50 

12.00 
7.00 

17.00 



f>any. 
veixon Northern Railroad Company 17. 00 4. 00 

1 UnoflScial figures. 
> Decrease. 

• Includes 288.95 miles lying in Group V and 17.19 miles lying in Qroop IX. 
< Includes 3.29 miles lying m Group V. 

• Lies in Group V. 

• Includes 35.76 miles lying in Group IX. 

' Includes 138.20 miles lying in Qroop VI and 37.46 miles lying In Gioop IX. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



laoo 



4.25 
28.00 

' Too 



15.00 



1.50 



6.00 

14.00 

4.00 



s 15.90 



27.00 



.01 



lafiO 



4.00 



STATISTICS OF KAIL WAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 



265 



POR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



Remarks. 



Private logging road 

Independent road. ' ' Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Chiefly logging business. 



Operating road, independent. Operated by Froeman-Smlth Lumber Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



Operating road, independent. Owned and operated by Warrensbuig & Pertle Springs Water 



Operating road, independent. Logging and lumber road 

Operating road. Independent. Operated by Empire Lumber Co. 

Operating road, Independent 

do 



.do. 



Operating road, independent. Princlpallv logging business 

Operating road. Independent. Operated by New Mexico Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent , 

Independent road. Line owned " not in operation , 

Operating road, Independent 

Private road. Owned and operated by E. E. Taenzer «fc Co 

Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 
do , 



.do, 
.do. 



Subsidiary road, fljced money rental. Leased from Aug. 23, 1901, to June 12, 2000; rental, 4 per 

cent on preferred stock, interest on bonds and obligations, sinking fund requirements, taxes, 

and organization expenses. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased from Deo. 17. 1903, to Dec. 31, 2002; rental, 

interest on bonds, taxes, orgamzation expenses, and dividends. If earned. Entire capital 

stock owned by Kans. Cy., Ft. Scott & Memph. Ry. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Operating road, independent. 



.do. 



Independent road. ' ' Line owned ' ' not in oiwration . 



Operating road, independent. Of ' 'line owned/' 6.40 miiee leased to La. & N. W. R. R 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Nov. 5, 1897; lessee guarantees principal and in- 
terest of bonds, which mature Deo. 1, 1947, and owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road , subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. 

do 



Operating road, independent 

Operating road, Independent. One of several roads in the so-called Southern Pine System. 

Operating road, independent 

Indepenoent road. "Line owned*' not in oiwration 



Operating road, independent. Of "line owne<f," 5.S0 miles not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 

do 



.do. 



18S9 
1800 
1861 

1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 

1866 
1867 
1868 
1860 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 



1883 



1884 
1886 
1886 
1887 

1888 

1880 
1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 
1894 

1895 

1896 
1897 
1898 
1809 
1900 

1901 
1902 
1903 

1904 



2ft^ 



.ct.-,.=^ =:r ^j? TH£ ryTEBSTATE COMaCEBCE C03CMI3SI07. 



^r<r,- ? vrir. 



: A 



ft-uK I. — ('LJL3SEWv:jLrv>s or Rail WATS A3n> XnxAem 



5', 



Siai» fA ttmA. 



wtcli 
JlIK 10. 



L^cccik- 



by 






mo 
mi 

ISH2 



16U 
1914 

m5 



1616 
M17 
191A 
1»1& 



urn 
wn 

1024 
1925 
170& 

]»5 

1«Z7 

IV^l t 
lff)2 

isen 



.-..^ifo iryl EA^t^m HAilTr,^ CrxBXjUSj 

^^.t.t. P.krir .uvl L«kriTlLl# Sh/>«t liae Rj&InMd 

T^r7r^;rak; RiuIroAfl Ajstxiasuxi <9f SizziS Loom 

Ca.«i: .%kir:t Looxu Aiuf CArrmiM^ SazI-wst' Cca»- * 

Ea^t sAUit I/XTM Bett RailroAd Caei-gmaj 

iniroi.« Truurfftr R*IZnMMl OMSpiiztj 

i)*i7it L/KBJ Beft *ad TenoiBftl B«ihrmj C<»Br- ' 

p&ny. 
■JAint Lodis Bridge Ojoxpikay 



^tkxTiX ly^cnj TcmniiMJ Ratlvaj C^mrptar^. 
iPTodiOkl RAflriMd of Emk Stoat Loois.. 
Trmmi lUitrrMMl of SftiBt Loois 



.^*int I»«iui Meretuuit* Brfdgr Termizaal RaOvaf 
r;r»Dit* Cnj And M«41soc B#tt Luh^ lUilTiMd 



rotnpfcUT. 






I»m> lUulviij 



rapAnr. 
t Lmns 



Mi>>rc{utnt^ Brtdlgi^ r/^^rEp*ny. 



Tborr.ton Aiui AV>auuidna lUawaj ComiMUiy 

Topeka *nd North WMt^rn Rat.'roaid Compiuiy 

Uintah Railwar Company 

rttima ThaK Arka^phia and MissUsppi Rafl- 
waj Company. 

Union IVpot Comnanr (Kansas City, Mijaoari .. 

Union TM^rfA. and Raiiwaj Company of Dcnrer 

Vnifm VMine Railroad Company • 

rUneinGrmipV'lIl.] 
L«aT«mwortb« Kanaas and Western Railvay 
Company. 

Union Terminal Railvar Company 

and Ouachita V alley RaOiray Company 
. JohnsTille and Saline River Railway Com- 
pany. 

williAmitvine. Greenville and Saint Lonifl Railway 
Company. 

Wflmar and .^line Valley Railroad Company 

Wilvin Northern Railway Tompany 

Wyandott^i and Soiitheattem Railway Company. 



Warren 
Warren 



I 



I 



Jmse 30. 



*37 
S».43 

I4LK 
• L2 



5fii^.t. 



1 
^04 f. 

t .ml 



4. v. 

» L35 



• l.» 



I 



£2.» 



JlfiZr4. 



<L45 



• *. 17 



22.93 
37.3: 


37.37 : 


22.98 . 
42.C t 
54.64 -. 

32L75 . 

t 

i74 . 

.30 . 

1.144.9 '. 

19L96 ;. 

4.4B i 

iaoo ' 

1 

23l00 . 
12.00 

laoo 

l&OO . 


2.93 1 
42.47 


32. 7^ 






2.74 


i 

......... .) 




.30 




,144.9 




1«V3l33 


' "r 

• .32 

• 1.92 ' 

• 1.00 L. 

laoo 




4.48 

16u00 

laoo 

23i00 


» 1.92 
' 17.00 

laoo 


12.00 

laoo 

l&OO 


• 1.00 , 

laoo 
I J 


' 1.00 

laoo 



> Inritideii lhJ» miles lying in Group VI. 

» Lies in Group VI. 

« Inr iijdes 0Ji5 mile lying in Group VI. 

* Includes 4M miles lying in Group VI. 

* Includes 1 .2H miles Ijring in Group VI. 

* See Supplement " A " at end of Table for totals covering entire mad. 
' Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 267 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — rontinued. 




Openiting road, independent 1905 

Private road. ' * Line owned ' ' not in operation 1906 

Operating road, independent 1907 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1908 

do : 1909 

do 1910 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entite capital stock. Road 1911 

not in operation. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1 , 1881 , in perpetuity, to Mo. Pac. and Wabash, 1912 
St. L. & Pac. KYs.; rental, interest on bonds, 6 per cent on first preferred and 3 percent on sec- 
ond preferred stock, and $2,500 for organization expenses. Lease transferred to and assumed 
by Term. R. R. Assn. of St. L., Oct. 1, 1889. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1913 

do 1914 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1881, in perpetuity, to Mo. Pac. and Wa- 1915 

bash, St. L. & Pac. Rys.; rental, 6 per cent on capital stocx. Lease transferred to and as- 

simied by Term. R. R. Assn. of St. L., Oct. 1, 1889. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 1916 

tal stock. 
Subsidiary road fixed money rental. No written agreement. Leased for an indefinite period; 1917 

rental, is'OOO and taxes. Term. R. R. Assn. of St. L. owns entire capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 1918 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Aug. 1,1803, for 40 years; rental, interest on bonds, 1919 
taxes, assessments, and maintenance. St. L. Merchants Brg. Term. Ry. owns entire capital 
stock. 

Operating road, independent 1920 

do 1921 

do 1922 

Operating road, independent. Owned by Arkadelphia Lumber Co 1923 



Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



Operating road, independent 

Independent road. * ' Line owned ' ' not in operation . 
Operating road, independent 



.do 



Operating road, independent. Lumber and logging road 

Operating road, independent 

do 



1924 
1925 
1709 

1926 

1927 
1928 
1929 

1930 

1931 
19H2 
1933 



268 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IX. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways akd Mileage 



No. 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1451 
1940 
1941 

1942 
1943 



1944 



1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 
1949 

1950 
1951 
1952 

1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1967 
1958 
1959 
1960 

1961 
1962 

1511 

1963 

1964 

1744 
1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 
1969 
1970 



Name of road. 



Total— Group IX. 



Acme, Red River and Northern Railway Company. 

Acme Tap Railroad Company 

Angelina and Neches River Railroad Company 

Aransas Harbor Terminal R^way 

Arlcansas and Gulf Railroad Company 

Arkansas Southeastern Railway Company 

Atcliison.Topelca and Santa Fe Railway Company :i 

Jasper and Eastern Railway Company 

Beaumont Wharf and Terminal Company 



UNS OWNKD. 



Length. 



Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company. 
Cane Belt Railroad Company 



Gulf. Beaumont and Great Northern Railway 
Company. 

Gulf, Beaumont and ICansas City Ridlway 
Company. 
Pecos Valley and Northeastern Rtdlway Com- 
pany. 
Pecos and Northern Texas Railway Company. 



Pecos River Railroad Company.. 
Texas and Gulf Rtdlway Company. 



Beaumont and Great Northern Railroad Company. 
Beaumont and Saratoga Transportation Company. 
Beaumont, Sour Lake and Western Railway Com- 
pany. 

Bennett and Eastern Rtdlway Company 

Be mice and Northwestern Rtdlroaa Company 

Big Creek Lumber Company's Railroad 

Black Bayou Railroad Company 

Blackman and Dorcheat Railway Company. 

Bodcaw Valley Railway Company 



Llev 

Boston and Little River Ridlway Company . 

Bowie, Lafourche and Northwestern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Brimstone Railroad and Canal Company 

Burr's Ferry, Browndel and Chester Kallway Com- 
pany. 

Chicago. Rock Island and Padflo Railway Com- 
pany: > 
Chicago, Rock Island and £1 Paso Railway Com- 



pany 
cli 



Clnclare Central Factory Railroad. 



Colorado and Southern Railway Company: i 
Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company. 

Fort Worth and Denver Terminal Railway 
Company. 
Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway Company. . . 

Crowell and Spencer Lumber Company's Railroad. . 
D'Arbonne Valley Railroad. 



De Ridder and Eastern Railway Company. 



MUet. 
16,136.32 



2.00 

1.51 

12.54 

3.20 

16.00 

32.00 

42.23 
3.92 

I 1,140.64 
104.87 



77.80 



62.68 

221.47 

« 94.50 

54.27 
70.07 

8.50 

8.00 

20.42 

• 9.00 
•23.00 

19.20 
11.00 

• 12.00 
18.00 

•9.00 
14.00 

9.80 
3.00 



• 111.50 
5.00 

T 454.14 

5.62 

158.15 

3.50 

» 30.00 

5.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Miles. 
542.11 



2.54 



16.00 
9.00 

42.23 
.27 

.08 



UNS OPERATKD. 



Length. 



MUet. 
16,450.95 



9.18 



16.00 
32.00 



4.10 
I 1,433.86 



12.17 

8.50 
1.25 
•.68 



13.00 
1.00 
1.00 
8.00 



• 1.00 

9.80 
3.00 



2.50 



79.22 
3.50 



221.47 

4 94.50 

54.27 
70.70 



8.00 
22.65 

•9.00 
23.00 
13.00 
11.00 
• 12.00 
18.00 

•9.00 
14.00 

9.80 



• 111.50 
5.00 

T 454.14 



79.78 

3.50 

•30.00 

15.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



1 Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

• Includes 100.00 miles lying in Group VIII. 

• Decrease. 

• Includes 28.00 miles lying in Group VIII. 

• UnoflQdal figures. 

• Includes 48.90 miles lying in Group VIII. 
V Includes 206.00 miles lying in Group VIII. 



MOes. 
461.65 



2.54 



16.00 
9.00 



.27 

105.12 
•105.17 



12.80 



1.25 
•.68 



13.00 
1.00 
1.00 
8.00 



•1.00 
0.80 



2.50 



.85 
8.50 



STATISTICS OF KAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



269 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



BemarkB. 



No. 



Operating road, independent 

Subsidiary roaa, other relation. Leased May 6, 1903, for 10 years; rental, $1,000 per annum. . .. . 

Operating road, independent 

Indepenoent road. * Line owned " not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Principally lumber and, Ic^^ging business 

Operating road, independent 

SnbBid tary road , other relation. ' * Line owned ' ' not in operation 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Ck>ntrolled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

do 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased July 1 , 1905, for 60 years; rentaL 5 per cent on capi- 
tal stock and mterest on bonds and other indebtedness. Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. owns major- 
ity of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Dec. 1 , 1903, to J une 30, 1913, terminable on 90 days' 
written notice by either party; rental, interest on bonds and other indebtedness, taxes, and 
organization expenses. Atch., Top. & S. Fe Jly- owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Dec. 1, 1903, to June 30, 1913; rental, interest on 
bonds. Atch., Top. & B. Fe Ry. owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal StOCK. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

do 

Operating road, subsidiiury, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock of Santa Fe Land Improyement Co. 

Independent road. • ' Line owned ' ' not in operation. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Priyate road. One of seyeral roads in the so-called Colonial Railway System 

Priyate road. Operated by Bemice Lumber Co 

Priyate road. Of "line owned," 6.20 miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Black Bayou Lumber Co 

Priyate road. One of seyertd roads in the so-called Colonial Railway System 

Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, independent. Logging business 

Operating road, independent 

Independent road. • Line owned" not in operation 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Priyate road. Owned by H. L. Laws and operated from October to February In hauling sugar 
cane to mlU. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 

stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rentaL Leased Dec. 1. 1890, for 49 years; rental, interest on bonds. 

maintenance, and taxes. Lessee owns entire capital stock, included in sidings of lessee. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

of "line owned," 78.37 miles not in operation. 

Priyate road , 

Private road. Owned and operated by Fred B. Dubaoh Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent. One of several roads In the so-called Shroveport, Alexandria & 

Boothwestem Railway System. 



1934 
1936 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1930 
1461 
1940 
1941 

1042 
1948 



1944 

1946 

1946 

1947 

1948 
1949 

1960 
1061 
1952 

1953 
1964 
1966 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1950 
19G0 

1961 
1962 

1511 

1963 

1964 

1744 
1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 
1960 
1970 



270 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMtSSION. 

Group IX. Table I, -rLAssincATiov op Railways and Milbaob 





. 


. 1 . 


< 




Nunc or rmul. 


t.««o,nm,. 


UlMort*«tOT. 


So. 


Unph. 


aaahowD 

byeom- 

"AT 


Length. 


June 30, 


lira 
in,t 

ig§o 


De Solo Lud and Lamb«r Companj's BiUroad.. . 


xi.'x 

IW.S3 

.132-m 

13, DO 
22.71 

W.DO 


laj li 


17.00 

i«.ai 


EMt und West Louialanft RaUroad Ciompany. . . . 

Dawson RailwBT Cranpuny 

El Fbso and NanbeasUni K*llro»d Comp»ny.. . 
El Pan" and RocH Island RaUway Company. . . . 


1 1-S7 
12-00 


30.10 

• 132.07 
IS- 32 
138. 11 

loioo 

18- « 
H-OO 

y:s 

.W.00 
30.«, 


vs 






13.00 


1087 

iwe 

IWI 

ISM 
IBM 


Fort Wortli Belt RaUway Company 


OaJveeton and WMtern HaUway Company. ....... 

GaJTflrtOE. Ilomitonand nende™™ Railroad Com- 
pany oMfflS. 

Oull and Inleralato Railway CoropBoy of teia... 




■ 3.in 







• loioo 

1,10*: 00 

1.B0 

zi'.na 

i.oi; 




•7.00 










HouBtoo, Bnuoa and Northern Railway Company. 
Hudson River Lumhpr Company'. Rjalroad 

nduatrtal LuBiber Company's Tram Road 

ntematlonal and GrcMif NortStm Railroad Com- 








1-00 


u.oo 


1.00 








1W8 


Kan™ City. Otlahoma and Hou.ton ftallway 
Kanww afy, Hiteveport and Gulf Terminal Com- 


1.00 
22.00 

1.00 


2S.0O 


i.oo 


3)1.00 
'0-00 
10 00 

S-00 

0.37 

:§ 


I. DO 


2001 
2002 






'3.00 




3800 'IM 




»'.«) 




20(H 
2005 

200K 


LeesvlllB EftBt and West Railroad Company 

Utile RivprValloy Railway Coiop«tiy<ol Loul»- 

UvingBton and Bouthoasleoi Railway Company. 


'3 


• 4.00 

s.oo 

Is 

ia.ai 


■am 

2013 

Si 

2017 






Loutiiiaaaan<lEastoraK.i]way 

.ouiriana and NorthweBl Railroad Company 




■ HM 








18.« 








1B7.41 

III 

R.oo 








2.00 

Is 

> IS.OO 

> 11.00 

S-OO 




LoulalanB Railway and Navtatloo Company 

UanaBrJd Railway and Transportation Company. . 
Martlndale and ofwhila Klver Rail road 1 ^^JX- 

ItKdM EMt «iidWe« Railway Company 


•22.W 


in.7i 
• '.a 


ii.oo 
s.oo 


5.«0 



• Include* 82.3e mU«a lying In Group VIII. 
■ iDcludea «.7S roliea lying In Group Vlll. 

• Ineludea IS.60 mllei lying in Oronp VIII. 

• IndudM 2i.ao mile* Ijliv in aroiq> VIII. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



271 



FOR THE Yeah ENnixG June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Private road 

Operating road, independent 

i'rivate road. Operated by Davis Brothers Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, independent. Operated as a part of the so-calied "El Paso and Southwestern 

System/' entire capital stock being owned by El Paso & Northeastern Co. I 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated as a part of the so-called "El Paso and 

Southwestern System," entire capital stock being owned by £1 Paso & Northeastern Co. 
do : 



.do. 
.do. 



Ox)erating road, independent. 
do 



.do. 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 

1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 

1988 

1989 
1990 

Private logging road. Operated by Sanders-Trotti Tram Co ' 1991 

Independent road. *' Line owned " not in operation i 1992 

Private road. Train service furnished by De Ridder & En. Ry 1993 

Private road . . . ; : 1994 

1995 

1996 
1997 
1996 

1999 



Operating road, independent. Used to connect Fort Worth stock yards with railroads entering 
city of Fort Worth, Tex. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Foster Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 

Indcpencient road. Line owned" not in operation 

Operating road, independent 



Operating road. Independent. Terminal road; ail lines entering Galveston run over its tracks 

to reach wharves, using their own engines and rolling stock. 
Operating road, ina^[)endBnt 

.do. 




Operating road, independent. Principally logging business ; 1997 

Independent road. " Line owned " not in operation. 



Operating road, independent. Operates a union passenger station at Shreveport, La. 



Private road. Operated by Trinity County Lumber Co 

Private logging roads. Mileage represents aggregate of various logging roads in different 
localities. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Bradley-Ramsay Lumber Co 

Private road 

Private logging road. Of '* line owned," 9 miles not in operation 

Operating road, independent. Logging business •. . 



Operating road, independent 



2000 
2001 

2002 
2003 
2004 
2005 

2006 



.do I 2007 

Operating road, independent. Principally logging business • 2006 

Operating road, independent 2009 

Private lumber road I 2010 

Operating road, independent 2011 

Operating road, independent. One of several roads in the so-called Shreveport, Alexandria 2012 
& Southwestern Railway System. 

Operating road, independent ' 2013 

Independent road. *' Line owned " not in operation 2014 

Operating road, independent 2015 

do 2016 



Operating road, independent. Principally logging business i 2017 

Operating road, independent ! 2018 

do ' 2019 

do.. 2020 



.do. 



2021 



12689—07 18 



272 REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IX. 



Table I. — Classification of Rail ways and Milbaob 



. 


1 


^ 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


UNS OWNEP. 


imnt OPKEATKD. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
•by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 


1820 


Missouri. Kansas and Texas Railway Company i. . 
[line south of Denison* Texas.] 
Dallas, Cleburne and Southwestern RaUway 
Company. 

Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railroad 
Company. 

Wichita Falls Railway Company 


MUes. 
1,121.72 

9.82 
24.17 

17.96 

87.00 

22.59 

* 43.44 

115.48 

98.37 

27.00 
7.00 

n.ii 

24.52 

16.00 

14.00 

5.00 

161.65 

59.60 

2.83 

10.00 

V 18.46 

16.00 

12.00 

3.00 

61.06 

26.00 

20.00 

7.50 

15.00 

12.75 

12.00 

22.50 

27.00 

8.00 

5.60 

33.00 

9.50 


MOei. 


1,318.38 


MUes. 


2022 






2023 




"••••••"■"•" 




2024 








1822 
1840 

2025 


Missouri Padflc Railway Company: • 
Saint Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Rail- 
way Company: * 
Eudora-QilDert Line 


37.00 






2026 
2027 
2028 


Farmervilie and Southern Railroad Company.. 
Little Rock and Monroe Railway Company «. . 
New Orleans and Northwestern Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Sunt Louis. Watkins and Oulf Railway Com- 
pany. 

Monroe and Southwestern Railway Company 

Moscow. Camden and San Augustine Railway Com- 
pany. 
Nacogdoches and Southeastern Railroad Company 
Natchez and Western Railway Company 


•28.30 
•43.44 

115.48 

98.37 

27.00 
7.00 

11.11 
24.52 
16.00 
14.00 
5.00 

161.65 

59.60 

2.83 

10.00 

V 18.46 

16.00 

12.00 


•*'"»*;«8* 


2029 




• 


2030 
2031 


17.00 


17.00 


2032 
2033 


• .09 

.02 

•2.00 

> 1.00 


• .09 

.02 

•2.00 

• 1.00 


2034 
2035 
2036 


Natchez. Bail and Shreveport Railway Company. . 
Natchez, Urania and Ruston Railway Company ... 
Natchitoches Railway and Construction Company. 
National Railroad Company of Mexico: • 
Texas Mexican Railway Company 


2037 






2038 


New Orleans. Fort Jackson and Grand Isle Rail- 
road Company. 

North and South Texas Railroad Company 

North Louisiana and Gulf Railroad Company 

Northeast Texas Railway Company 






2039 
2040 
2041 


2.83 
•2.00 


2.83 
• 2.00 


2042 


Old Riyer and Kissatchle Railway 


1.00 
2.00 

3.00 

28.06 

26.00 

6.00 

7.50 

•7.00 
12.75 


1.00 
2.00 


2043 
2044 


Ollye, Stemenberg and Company's Timber Rail- 
road. 
Opelousas, Gulf and Northeastern Railway Com- 
• pany. 

Orax^e and Northwestern Railroad Company 

Ouachita and Northwestern Railroad Company... 
Peach Riyer and Oulf Railway Company 


2045 
2046 
2047 


61.06 

26.00 

20.00 

7.60 


28.06 

26.00 

6.00 

7.50 

• 22.00 
12.75 


2048 
2049 


Pollok and Angelina Valley Transportation Com- 
pany. • 
RApinnfl T^i^nihAr Compapy'R R^HroAd . . 


2050 


Hf^ Rlv«r and Q\}]f RaHroAd nnrnjiAny •,. ^ ,..,,- - 


12.75 

12.00 

22.60 

27.00 

8.00 

5.60 

33.00 

9.60 


2051 


Red Riyer and Rocky Mount Railway Company... 
Rio Grande Railroad Company (of Texas) 


2052 






2053 


Rio Grande and Eagle Pass Railway Cbmpany 

Rochelle and Western Railway Company 






2054 


1.00 


LOO 


2055 


RnflA fTiii s^igar rompany'" Kailroan 


2056 


Ruddock, Bonnet Carre and Northern Railroad. . . 
Sabine and Northern Railroad Company 






2057 


9.' 50 


" 9.80 



1 See Supplement "A " at end of Table for totals coyering entire road. 

• Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as indicated. 

• Includes 4.58 miles lying in Group VIII. 

• Report for el^^t months ending June 30. 1906. 

• Decrease. 

« Files no report: road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show oorpoimte xalatlon of 
subsidiary road as Indicated. 
' Unomdal figures. 

• Report for period, October 30, 1905 to June 30, 1906. 

• Report for six months ending June 30, 1906. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 278 

POR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 



RemArks. 



Operating road, independent 1820 

Subsidlarv road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract dated Dec. 20, 1002, cost 2022 
of maintenance and operation being paid out of revenue and the remainder divided on a per- 
centage basis. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under contract dated Apr. 9, 1901, in effect 2083 
Dec. 6, 1901, for 10 vears, under which cost oi maintenance and operation (exclusive of cost of 
train service) is paid out of revenue and the remainder divided on certain percentages between 
different points. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rentaL Operated under contract, in effect May 1, 1896, for 2024 
10 years, extended for 30 years, Wichita Falls Ry. to receive a percentage of the gross revenues 
derived froni business originating on or destined to points on its line. 

1822 
1840 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Constructed under the charter of St. L., Iron Mtn. & Sn. Ry. 2025 
" Line owned " not in operation. . 

Operating road , subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 2026 

do 2027 

do 2028 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 2029 
tal stock. 

Operating road, independent 2030 

do 2031 



do 2032 

do 2033 

Operating road, independent. One of several roads in the so-called Southern Pine System 2034 

Operating road, independent. Principally logging business 2035 

Operating road, independent. Belt line. La. & N. W. R. R. owns rails and maintains track. . 2036 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 2037 

tal stock. 

Operating road, independent 2038 

Operating road, independent. Operated at wesent by Trinity County Lumber Co 2039 

Operating road, independent. Operated by Huie-Hodge Lumber Co 2040 

Operating road, independent 2041 

Private road. Owned and operated by Montrose Lumber Co 2042 

Private road 2043 

Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 2044 

Operating road, independent 2046 

do ; 2046 

do ; 2047 

do 2048 



Private road. "Line owned "not in operation 2049 

Operating road, independent 2060 

Operating road, independent. Logging business 2051 

Operating road. Independent 2062 

do .• 2053 

do 205* 

Private road 2055 

Private logging road. Operated by Ruddock Orleans Cypress Co 2056 

Operating road, indei>enaent 2057 



274 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group IX. 



Table I.— Classification op Railways ani> Mileage 





1 


2, 


3 


4 


h 




Name of road. 


1 
I.TNS OWNED. 


LINE OPERATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 

as sho^in 

by cora- 

iMtrison 

with 
Juno 30, 

1905. 


1877 
2058 


Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company :* 
Paris and Great Northern Railroad Company . . . 
Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railway Company. 

Saint Louis, San Francisco and Texas Railway 
Company. 
Saint Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway Com- 
pany. 
Saint Louis Southwestern Railway Company: i 
Dallas Terminal Railway and Union Depot Com- 
pany. 
Saint Louis Southwestern Railway Company of 
Texas. 
San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway Company. 
Santa Fe Central Railway Company 


MiUa. 

16.94 
195.88 

85.65 

oW. o4 

9.89 

679.50 

723. 80" 

115. 70 

4.00 

M2.00 

30.00 

1,309.91 

18.68 

39.78 

604.78 
190.94 

198.28 

316.12 

15.64 

44L06 

14.20 

* 1,756.06 

7.63 

23.00 

7.70- 

227.00 

6.00 

111. 18 

9.63 

40.00 

82.66 

16.00 

10.00 

18.00 

3L00 

6.00 

20.00 

188.47 

46l00 
18.06 


Miles. 




MiUs. 


Maes. 


2059 




195.88 
124.72 
415. 74 

10.02 

681.09 

723.80 
116.70 




2060 






2061 

1893 
2062 

2063 


128.69 
.07 


181.99 
.07 


2064 






2065 






2066 


Shreveport, Houston and. Gulf Railroad Company. 

Shreveport, Noble and Southern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Sibley, Lake Bisteneau and Southern Railway 
Company. 

Southern Pacific Company: i 
Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Rail- 
way Company. 
Heame and Brazos Valley Railroad Company . . . 

Houston and Shreveport Railroad Company 

Houston and Texas Central Railroad Company. . 
Houston East and West Texas Railway Com- 
pany. 
Louisiana Western RaOroad Company 


4.00 




2067 


« 12.00 
30.00 

1,316.(>3 

18.68 

39.78 

694.78 
190.94 

198.28 

356.16 

21.00 

446.46 

14.20 

* 1,848.05 

7.63 

23.00 

7.70 

227.00 

6.00 

126.16 

9.97 

40.00 

84.07 

16.00 

10.00 

18.00 

3L00 

&00 

20.00 

17L47 

46.00 
18.95 




2068 






2261 
2060 

2070 


393.73 


400.45 

1 


2071 




1 
1 


2072 
2073 

2074 


4.75 
«.02 


4. 7r* 

*.02 


2075 
2076 


Moivan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and 
Steamship Company. 
Iberia and Vermilion Railroad Company 

Texas and New Orleans Railroad ComjMtny 

Suirar Land Railway Company 


« .02 


« .02 


2on 

2078 


.84 


.84 


2079 


Texas and Pacific Railway Company 


22.40 


22.40 


2080 


Denison and Pacific Suburban Railway Com- 
pany, 
weatherford, Mineral Wells and Northwestern- 
Railway Company. 
Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana Railway Company. 
Texas Central Railroad Company 


2081 






20R2 






2083 


.22 
.40 


.22 
.40 


2084 


Texas City Terminal Company 


2085 


Texas MMlftnd Railroad , "^^ .1, 


2086 


Texas Short Line Railway Company 






2087 


Texas Southeastern Railroad Company 






2068 
2080 

2090 

2091 
2092 
2093 


Texas Southern RaOway Company. ..' 






Texas State Railroad 


LOO 


1.00 


• 

Timpson Northwestern Railway Company 

Tioga and Southeastern Railway Company 

Tremont and Gnif Railroad ., ... 


» 3.00 


• 3.00 


Trfnitv Vftllev RnuthAm RAllroAd Cotnnanv 






2094 Velasco, Brazos and Northern Railway t!k>inpany ^. 

2095 VicksburKt Shreveport and Paclflc Railway Ck>m- 


*.26 


>.26 


pany. 

2096 Victoria, Fisher and Western Railroad Company. . 

2097 Warren and Corsicana Padflo Railway Company. . 


» 7.00 

1 


•7.00 




1 





1 Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads as Indicated. 

* Unofficial figures. 
'Decrease. 

« Includes 33.11 miles lying in Group VIII. 

• Report of Receiver for period, Feomary 3 to June 30^ 190t. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 275 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



1877 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 2058 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 2060 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 2060 

tal stock. 

Operating road, independent 2061 

1803 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capl- 2062 

tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 2063 
stock. 

Operating road, independent 2064 

do 2065 

Independent road. * ' Line owned " not in operation 2066 

Private logging road. Operated by the Noble Lumber Co 2067 

Operating road, independent. One of several roads in the so-called Shreveport, Alexandria & 2068 
Southwestern Railway System, 

2261 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 2060 

tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 2070 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 2071 
tal stock. 

do 2072 

do 2073 



I 

I Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 2074 

' stock. 

; do 2075 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Under agreement with Morgan's La. & Tex. R. R. 2076 
& Steamship Co., which owns a majority of capital stock, road receives 25 x>er cent of all earn- 
ings from interchanf^ traffic and ail earnings from local traffic. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 2077 
capital stock. 

Operating road, independent 2078 

....do 2079 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capit;ai 2080 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of 2061 
capital stock. 

Operating road. Independent 2082 

do 2063 

do 2084 

do 2085 

do 2066 

do 2067 

Operating road, independent. 8. P. J ones. Receiver; appointed July 11, 1904 2088 

Operating road, independent. Operated by the State of Texas in connection with the East 2069 

Texas Penitentiary. 

Operating road, independent. "Line owned" and "line operated" include 2 miles owned by 2090 
Bagiey Xumber Co. 

Operating road, independent. One of several roads in the so-called Southern Pine system 2091 

Operating road, Independent 2092 

do 2003 

Operating road, independent. M. C. Jones, Receiver; appointed Feb. 3, 1906 2094 

Operating road, independent. Of "line owned," 17 miles leased to and operated by Mo., Kans. 2095 
& Tejc/Ry. 

Operating road, independent 2096 

OperatiiM^ road, independent.- W. H. Norris and S. F. Carter, Receivers, taking charge of 2097 
proper^ Feb. 15. K 



276 BEPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group IX. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milbaob 





1 


% 


3 


4 


5 




Name of road. 


LINK OWNKD. 


LINE OPKBATED. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


2096 


White Castle and Lake Natchez Railroad 


MOei. 

1 10.00 
52.20 
22.10 

7.00 
6.00 

&00 
1 2S.00 

17.00 


MUe8. 


MiU8. 

1 laoo 

74.30 


MUet. 


2099 


Wichita Valley Railway Company 






2100 


Wichita Falls and Oklahoma RaUway Company. 
Winona and Western Railroad 






2101 


7.00 


7.00 
6.00 

&00 
1 2S.00 

17.00 


7.00 


2102 


Woodworth and Louisiana Central Railway Com- 
pany. 
Wvatt and Donovan Railway 


2103 






2104 


Zimmerman, Leesville and Southwestern Railway 

Company. 
Zwolle and Eastern Railway Company 






2106 


9.00 


9.00 







> Unofficial figures. 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



277 



POR TttB Ybar ending Juns 30, 1906— Continued. 




Private road. Owned and operated by White Castle Lumbers Shingle Co 

Operating road, independent 

SUbsidianr road, contingent money rental. Leased May 1, 1906, for 10 years, unless sooner 

revoked by either party on 30 days' notice in writing; rental, net earnings. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Pine Tree Lumber Co 

Operating road. Independent. One of several roads in the so-called Shreveport, Alexandria & 

Southwestern Railway Syston. 

Private road. One of several roads in the so-eaUed Colonial Railway System 

Private road. Operated by J. A. Bentley Lumber Co 

Operating road, independent 



2006 
2000 
2100 

2101 
2102 

2103 
2104 

2106 



278 REPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMBBCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milkaob 





1 


% 


3 


4 


& 




Name of road. 

• 


LINK OWNXD. 


LINK OPKBATKD. 


No. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 


Length. 


Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Juno 30, 

19U6. 




Total— Group X 


MUet. 
19,501.41 


MiUi. 
1,096.42 


MiUs. 

» 19,37L28 


MUet. 
716.19 




Anderson and Bella Vista Railroad 


2106 


16.00 
21.25 
17.14 
09.84 
38.52 
18.51 
82.00 

6.68 
1,415.79 

45.21 

6.30 
11.32 

• 8.02 
28.64 
21.57 

185.90 

23.85 
66.45 

53.62 

195.31 

50.47 

35.65 

95.24 

.77 
26.40 

7.00 

&50 

67.81 

1.34 




16.00 

2L26 

17.14 

106.36 


1 


2107 


Areata and Mad River Railroad Comnany 




'.'.'.""'"\ 


2106 


Arizona and Colorado Railroad ComDanv 


1.30 


1.30 • 


2109 


Arizona and New Mexico Railway Company 

Lordsburg and Hachita Railroad Company 

Arizona Southern Railroad Comi>any 




2110 






2111 




18.61 
121.50 


:; 1 


2112 


Astoria and Columbia River Railroad Company. . . 
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Com- 
pany: * 
Fresno County Railway Company 




1 


1451 
2113 


6.68 
478.10 


1 


2114 
2115 


Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Com- 
pany—Coast Lines. 

California Eastern Railway Company 


1,861.08 


21.. 54 

1 

1 


2116 


Oakdale Western Railway Company 




! , i 


2117 


Oakland and East Side Railroad Company 

Perris and Lakeview Railway Company 

Randsburg Railwav Company 




\ 


2118 




i : 


2119 




1 
1 


2120 


Western Arizona Railway Company « 


21.67 

165.55 
4.64 


( 


2121 


Eastern Railway Company of New Mexico 

Fort Bragg and Southeastern Railroad Company 
Grand Canyon Railway Company 


1 

I 
i.. 


2122 
2123 


23.85 
66.89 

53.62 


1 
4.54J 


2124 


San Francisco and Northwestern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Santa Fe, Prescott and Phofnix Railway Com- 
pany. 
Arizona and California Railway Comi>any 

Bradshaw Mountain Railroad Company 

Phoenix and Eastern Railroad Company 

Arizona Eastern Railroad Company 




! 

1.79 1 


2125 
2126 


..S2 
* .06 

.32 


403.07 


1 

52.98 

1 


2127 






2128 






2129 


« .01 






2130 


Prescott and Eastern Railroad Company 

Bayside Logging Railroad 






2131 


4 LOO 

&60 

* .29 


7.00 


< LOO 


2132 


Belcher Mountain Railway Company 


2133 
2134 


Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad 

Company. 
Belt Railroad of San Francisco 


67.81 
L34 


« .29 











> InchKles 24.10 miles not in United States. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roads aa indicatad. 

* Report for period, January 11 to June 30, 1906. 

* Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 2t9 

POB THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 

i 
6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Trivate road. Owned and operated by Terry Lumber Co, 
Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



Subsidiary road, fixed monev rental. Leased Oct. 1, 1905, for one year; rental, 150,000. 

Operating road, Independent 

do 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock. ' ' Line owned ** 
not in operation. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. The S. Fe Pac. R. R. and San Fran. & San Joaquin 
Vy. Ry., formerly controlled by Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. through ownership of capital stock, 
having been deeded to that company, are now operated separately under the name of Atch., 
Top. & S. Fe Ry.— Coast Lines, lor account of Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. Of "line operated," 
242.55 miles included in "line owned" of Sn. Pac. R. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock by Atch., Top. 
& S. Fe Ry. and operated in connection with Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry.— Coast Lines, 
.do 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased- May 16, 1904, to Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. and oper- 
ated in connection with Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry.— Coast Lines; rental, 5 per cent on valuation 
of property. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Majority of capital stock owned by Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. 
"Line owned" not in operation. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock bv Atch., Top. 
& S. Fe Ry. and operated in connection with Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry.— Coast Lines. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Jan. 11, 1906, for 50 years from Jan. 1, 1906, to 
Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. and operated in connection with Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry.— Coast 
Lines; rental, interest on indebtedness, organization expenses, taxes, assessments, etc. 
Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiarv road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. ' * Line 
owned" not in operation. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock . 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal StOCK. 

do 



.do. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Nov. 1, 1905, for 10 vears; rental, net earn- 
ing after the payment of all charges, taxes, etc., any deficit to be paid oy lessor. Lessee owns 
majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased July 1, 1905, to June 29j 1997; rental, 5 per cent on 
cost of road and equipment^xes, assessments, and organization expenses. Majority of capi- 
tal stock owned by Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Operated under agreement dated Dec. 10. 1904, any 
surplus after the payment of operating exx>enses being applied to interest on cost of construc- 
tion, and any shortage being made up by operating company and charged to Phoenix & En. 
R. R. Majority of capital stock owned oy Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. . 

Subsidiary road, other relation. **Line owned" not in operation 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 90, 1896, for 99 years; rental, interest on 
bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Private road. Owned and operated by Bayside Lumber Co 

Independent road. ' ' Line owned" not in operation 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, Independent. The Belt yard is a State property under the jurisdiction of the 
Board of State Harbor Commissioners, built on the sea wall and sea-wall lots, and is oper- 
ated for the accommodation of shippers at cost. The Board has two switching locomotives 
and two slips for the car ferryboats of different railroad companies to land cars at the Belt 
Railroad yard. Portions of the yard are assigned to the cars of different railroad companies. 
In addition to 1.34 xdiles of track classed as main line, there are sidetracks aggregatfjig 6.33 
miles in length. 



2106 
2107 
2106 
2109 
2110 
2111 
2112 
1451 

2113 

2114 



2115 

2116 
2117 



2118 
2119 
2120 

2121 

2122 
2123 

2124 

2125 

2126 

2127 

2128 



2129 
2130 

2131 
2132 
2133 

2134 



280 KEPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table I. — Clabsipication of Railways and Milsaob 



No. 



2135 
2136 
2137 
2138 
2130 
2140 
2141 
2142 
2143 



2144 
2145 

2146 
2147 
2148 
2149 

2150 
2151 
2152 
2153 
2154 
2155 
2156 
2157 
2158 

2150 
2160 
2161 
2162 
2163 
1756 

2164 
2165 
2166 
2167 
2168 
2160 

2170 
2171 
2172 
2173 
2174 
2175 
2176 

2177 
2178 
2179 
2180 
2181 

1551 

1557 



2182 



Name of roAd 



Birce and Smart Railroad 

Blakely Railroad 

Bodie Kailway and Lumber Ck)mpan7 

Boise, Namna and O wvhee Railway Company 

Borate and JDaggett Railroad 

Brookings Lumber and Box Company's Railroad. 

Bucksport and Eik River Railroad Company 

Butte tk)untv Railroad Company 

Chico and Northern Railroad Company 



California Northeastern Railway Company. 
California Western Railway and. Navigation 



Com- 



pany. 
)bell 



Campbell Lumber Company's Railroad 

Caspar. South Fork and Eastern Railroad 

Central Arizona Railway Company 

Chehalis County Logging and Timber Company's 

Railroad. 

Chino Valley Railroad Company 

Coeur d'Alene and Spokane KaQway Company 

Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railwav Company . 

Columbia and Puget Sound Kaiiroad Company 

Columbia Railway and Navigation Company 

Columbia River and Northern Railway Company. 

Colusa and Lake Railroad Company 

Congress Consolidated Mines Company's Railroad. 
Coos Bay, Roseburg and Eastern Railroad and 

Navigation Company. 

Coronado Railroad Company 

Coronado Railway 

Corvallis and Eastern Railroad Company 

Crescent City and Smith River Railroad 

Curtiss Lumber Company's Railroad 

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company > 

[Line in Utah.] 

Castle Valley Railwav Company 

Copper Belt Railroad Company 

Sevier Railway Company 

Tintlc Range Railway Company 

Utah Centnd Railroad Company 

Boca and Loyalton Railroad Company * 



UNS OWNXD. 



Length. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



1 2.50 
27.00 
37.00 
29.55 
11.00 
8.00 
8.00 



Western Pacific Railway Company 

Diamond and Caldor Railwav Company 

Eagle Salt Works Railroad Company. 

Eastern and Western Lumber Company's Railroad. 

El Dorado Lumber Compamr's Railroad 

El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company 

El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company 
of Tejias. 

Eureka and Palisade Railway Company 

Olendale Railroad 

Ooble, Nehalem and Padflc Railway Company 

Oolconda and Adelaide Railroad 

Grass Creek Terminal Railway 



Great Northern Railway Company * 

[Line west of Montana.] 
Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba RaOway 
Company. * 

[line west of Montana.] 
Seattle and Montana Railroad Company 



30.57 



25w00 
22.00 

3.50 
12.00 
24.00 

4.00 

1 5.00 
30.70 

6.75 

60.26 

I 12.00 

42.30 

22.00 

6.00 
27.75 

22.34 

7.60 

142.00 

16.75 

8.70 

499.38 

20.00 
4.16 
70.88 
48.29 
35.65 
53.51 

40.00 
33.10 
13.00 
20.00 
35.00 
340.27 
• 4.60 

88.00 
1.50 
7.00 

13.00 
5.00 



435.26 



191.89 



MiUs. 



* 11.00 
3.00 



2.00 
1.00 



3.00 
22.00 

3.50 



.79 



> .50 

.75 

2.36 



«.30 



LINK OPXBATKD. 



1.78 
7.50 



3.70 
16.83 



.02 



9.64 
36.10 



13.00 

7.00 

12.00 



4.00 



Length. 



« .15 



{ 



2.75 



MXUt. 

1 2.50 
27.00 
37.00 
30.00 
ILOO 
8.00 
8.00 
3L50 



25.00 
22.00 

3.50 
12.00 
2400 

4.00 

i 5.00 

32.44 

6l75 

aa26 



42.30 

& 22.00 

6.00 

27.75 

22.34 

7.50 

142.00 

16.75 

8.70 

678.36 



53.51 

40.00 
33.10 
13.00 
20.00 
35.00 
340.27 
• 4.69 

88.00 
1.50 
7.00 

13.00 
5.00 

•654.00 



Incxease 

as shown 

by com- 

piarison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



UnofOcial flguies. 

Decrease. 

See Stmplement ** A" at end of Table for totals coveiing entire road. 

Report for period. September 6, 1906 to June 30, 1906. 

Lies in Group IX. 

Includes 24.10 miles not in United States. 



IBles. 



• ILOJ 
3.00 



2.00 
LOO 



3.00 
22.00 

3.50 



I 



.79 



•2.36 

.75 

60.26 



I 



•.30 



1.78 
7.50 



4.00 

3.70 

16.85 



9.64 
40.00 



13.00 

7.00 

12.00 



4.00 



6.36 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 281 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




Private logging road 2135 

Private road. Owned and operated by Port Blakely MiU Co 2136 

Private road 2137 

Operating road, independent 2138 

Private road. Owned and operated by Pacific Co&st Borax Ck) : 2139 

Private logging road ' 2140 

Operating road, independent 2141 



do , 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased from Sn. Pao. Co. Nov. 27, 1903, for 10 years from 

July 1, 1904; lessee agrees to keep roadbed and rolling stock in good condition and pay as xental 

6 per cent of total cost of construction and equipment of road. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

P ri vate road 

Private logging road 

Operating road, independent 

Private road 



2142 
2143 



2144 
2145 

2146 
2147 
2148 
2149 



Private road. Owned by Chino Estate Co ' 2160 

Operating road, independent. Motive power, steam and electricity ' 2161 

Operating road, independent. Lumber and logging business 2162 

^ ----- 2163 

2164 
2165 
2156 
2157 
2168 



Operating road, independent. Pacific Coast Co. owns entire capital stock. . 
Independent road. '^Une owned" not in operation ., 



Operating road, independent. 

do 

Private road 

Operating road, independent. W. S. Chandler, Receiver; appointed, Jan. 8, 1900. 



Operating road, independent 

Private road. Owned and operated by Arizona Copper Co. 
Oi>erating road, independent. 



Private logging road. Owned and operated by Hobbs, Wail & Co. 

Private road 

Operating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

do ■. 

do 

do 

....do 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 

stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock 

Operating road, independent. Principally engaged in hauling lumber 

Private road • 

do 

do 

Operating road, independent 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 

stock. 

Oi>erating road, indei>endent 

Private logging road 



Operating road, independent. Operated imder lease ^y Columbia Timber Co 

Private coal and ore road. Operated in connection with Adelaide Mine 

Operating road, independent. Used as a coal switch between Grass Creek Mine and Un. Pac. 

Oi>erating road, independent 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Feb. 1, 1890, for 999 years; rental, 6 per cent on 
capital stock, interest on bonds, taxes, assessments, and organisation expenses. Lessee 
owns majority of capital stock. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



2159 
2160 
2161 
2162 
2163 
1766 

2164 
2166 
2166 
2167 
2168 
2160 

2170 
2171 
2172 
2173 
2174 
2175 
2176 

2177 
2178 
2179 
2180 
2181 

1551 

1557 



2182 



282 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table I. — Classification op Railways and Mileage 



No. 



2183 

2184 
2185 

2180 
2187 
2188 
2189 
2190 
2191 

2192 
2193 
2194 
2195 
2196 
2197 
2196 
2199 
2200 
2201 
2202 
2203 

2204 

2205 
2206 
2207 
2206 
2209 
2210 

2211 
2212 
2213 
2214 
2215 
2216 

2217 
2218 
2219 
2220 
2221 

2222 
1628 

2223 

2224 



Name of road. 



Great Northern Railway Company — Continued. 
[Line west of Montana.] 
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway Company. . 

Columbia and Red Mountain Railway Company 
Washington and Great Northern Railway Com- 
pany. 

Great Southern Railroad Company 

Greenwood Railroad Company 

Gualala River Railroad 

Hardy Creek and Eel River Railroad Company 

Helvetia Copper Company's Railroad 

Hetch-Uetcny and Yosemite Valleys Railway 
Company. 

Holton Interurban Railway Company 

Idaho and Northwestern Railway Company 

Idaho Northern Railway Company 

Ilwaco Railway and Navigation Company 

lone and Eastern Railroad Company 

Iron Mountain Railway Company 

Klamath Lake Railroad Company 



Kootenai Valley Railway Company 

Lake Tahoe Railway and Transportation Company 
Lake Whatcom Logging Company's Railroad . . . 
Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad Company * ... 
Los Angeles and Reaondo Railway Company 



Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway Com- 
pany. ' 

Ludlow and Southern Railway Company 

Malheur Valley Railway Company 



McCloud River Railroad Company 

McDougall and Jackson Logging Railroad 

Medford and Crater Lake Railroad Company 

Mill Valley and Mounit Tamalpais Scenic Railway 

Company. 

Morenci Southern Railway Company 

Mount Hood Railroad 

Natches Pass Railroad Company 

National City and Otay Railway Company 

Nevada-Calliomia-Oregon Railway 

Sierra Valleys Railway Company 



UNS OWNKD. 




Length. 



Nevada Central Railroad Company (The) 

Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company. 

Nevada Northern Railway Company f 

New Mexico Midland Railway Company 

Newhouse, Copper Gulch and Sevier Lake Railroad 

Company. 

North Y akima and Valley Railway Company 

Northern Padflc Railway Company » 

[Line west of Idaho.] 

Washington Central Railway Company 



Port Townsend Southern Railroad Company... 



2225 Washington and Columbia River Railway Com- 
pany. 
2220 I Northern Pacific Terminal Company of Oregon 



2227 Ogden and Northwestern RaUroad Company. 



MiUit. 



130.61 

7.61 
83.90 

30.00 
20.00 
18.00 
3.00 
2.60 
36.00 

10.47 
22.04 
27.47 
16.26 
13.79 
10.89 
24.27 
26.81 
16.00 
9.00 
100.00 
38.81 

14.60 

7.19 
13.67 
51.04 
«6.00 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



MiUf. 



8.75 
1,602.93 



« 7.00 



14.52 
30.00 



1.60 
2.60 



22.04 



1.79 
>.01 
1.06 



3.76 

100.00 

1.81 

14.60 

».31 
13.67 
14.04 



11.00 
8.19 


11.00 


17.87 




16.04 
4.75 


16.04 


26.90 




143.84 




36.48 




93.30 




22.60 




86.02 
6.00 
2.30 


86.02 
6.00 



8.75 
57.25 




LINE OPEBATED. 



Length. 



MiUs. 



130.28 

7.61 
83.90 

30.00 
20.00 
18.00 
3.00 
2.60 
36.00 

10.47 
22.04 
28.22 
16.26 
13.79 
10.89 
24.27 
26.81 
16.00 
7.00 
74.60 
38.02 

14.60 

7.19 

13.«7 

61.04 

«6.00 



Increase 

as shown 

by com- | 

parison 

with I 
June 30, I 

1905. 



.Vi^*. 



&19 

17.87 
16.^ 
4.76 
26.90 
143.84 
36.48 

93.30 
22.60 



> Decrease. 

s Report for period, September 22, 1906 to June 30, 1906. 

* Report for three months ending June 30, 1906. 

* Unofficial figures. 

* See Supplement "A" at end of Table tor totals covering entire road. 



14.62 
30.00 



1.60 
2.50 



1 3.85 
22.04 



1.79 
» .01 
1 .06 



1.75 , 
74.60 1 
1 5.60 

14.60 

» .31 
13.67 I 
14.04 , 



16.04 




4L20 




168.86 


6.13 


3.11 


.62 


< 7.00 





STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 283 

FOR THE Year bnuino June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



!No. 
I 

Remarks. I 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of cap- 2183 

ital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Qt. Nn. Ry. owns entire capital stock 2184 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 2185 

stock. 

Operating road, independent 2186 



Operating road, independent. Operated by L. E. White Lumber Co 2187 

Private road. Operated bj Empire Redwood Co 2188 

Operating road, independent. Principal business, hauling forest products 2189 



Private road 2190 

Operating road, independent. Used principally for logging purposes by West Side Lumber Co . 2191 « 

Operating road, independent 2192 

Operating road, independent. Operated by B. R. Lewis Lumber Co 2193 

Operating road, independent 2194 

.do 2195 

.do 2196 

Operating road, independent. Oi)erated by Mountain Copper Co 2197 

Operating road, independent 2198 

.do 2199 

.do 2200 

Private road 2201 

Operating road, independent. Of * * line owned, ' ' 25.50 miles not In operation 2202 

Operating road, independent. Motive power, electricity. Of "line owned," 2.39 miles not in 2203 

operation ana 1.71 miles operated by Lob Angeles Ry., a street railway. 

Ox>erating road, independent 2204 

do 2205 

do 2206 

Operating road, independent. Operated by McCloud River Lumber Co 2207 

Private road :.; 2208 

Independent road. * * Line owned " not in operation 2209 

Operating road, independent 2210 

do 2211 

do 2212 

do 2213 

.do 2214 

.do 2215 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. The operation is directed by officials elected and 2216 
appointed from among tne officers of the Ncv.-Cal.-Oregon Ry., by consent of stockholders. 

Operating road, Independent 2217 

do 2218 

Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 2219 

.do 2220 



Operating road, independent. Used for hauling ore for Cactus mine 2221 

Independent road. "Line owned" not in operation 2222 

Operating road, independent 1628 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased June 1, 1898, for 999 years; rental, interest on 2223 
bonds. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of capital stock by 2224 
Northwestern Improvement Co. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled throo^ ownership of entire capital 2225 
stock. 

Operating road, independent. Leased Jan. 1, 1883, for 50 years. Used in common by Nn. Pac. 2226 
Ky., Sn. Pac. Co., and Oregon R. R. & Nav. Co., lessees; rental, interest on bonds, taxes, in- 
surance, maintenance, operating exx>en8es. etc. Income Just sufficient to meet fixed chanjes 
and operating expenses. Of ' 'Ime owned,^' 2.54 miles operated by Oregon R. R. & Nav. C^. 

Opeiatibg road, inoependent 2227 



284 BEPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMBCEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milsaob 



No. 



2228 



2220 
2230 



2231 
2232 
2233 
2234 
2235 
2236 
2237 
2238 
2239 
2240 
2241 
2242 
2243 
2244 
2246 
2246 

2247 
2248 
2240 

2250 
2261 
2262 
2263 
2264 

2265 
2266 

2267 
2268 

2250 
2260 
2261 
2262 



2263 



2264 



2266 



Name of road. 



Ogden Union Rafl\^ay and Depot Company . 



Oregon and Eureka Railroad Company 

Eureka and Klamath River Railroad Company. 



Oregon and Soutbeantem Railroad Company 

Or^on State Portage RaUway 

Or^on, Washington and Idaho Railroad Company. 

Ostrander Railway and Timber Company 

Pacific and Idaho Northern Railway Company 

Pacific Coast Railway Company 

Pacific Portland Cement Companv's Railroad 

Pacific Railway and Navigation Company 

Pajaro Vallev Consolidated Railroad Company 

Parker-Bell Lumber Company's RAilroaa. 

Payette Valley Railroad Company 

Peninsular Railway Company 

Simpson Ridlroad Company 

Pittsbure Railroad Company 

Placerviue and Lake Tahoe Railway 

Port Angeles-Pacific Railroad Company 



Ray Copper Mines Railway 

Rogue Klver Valley Railway Company 

Sa^naw and Manistee Lumber Company's Rail- 
road. 
Salem, Falls City and Western Railway Company . . 

Salt Lake and Los Anseles Railway Company 

Salt Lake and Mercur Railroad Company. 



Salt Lake and Ogden Jlailway Company 

San Diego, Cuyamiaca and Kastem Railway Com- 
pany. 

San Francisco and Eureka Railwav Company 

San Pedro, Los Angeles andT Salt Lake Railroad 
Company. 

San Pete valley Railway Comjpaziy 

Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company's Rail- 
road. 

Sierra RaUway Company of California 

Silver Lake Railway and Lumber Company 

Southern Pacific Company 

Central Pacific Railway Company 



LINE OWNXD. 



Length. 



liUes. 
1.00 



New Mexico and Arizona Railroad Company . 



Oregon and California Railroad Company. 



Richmond Belt Railway. 



39.29 



20.15 

1 laoo 

15.00 
8.50 

62.03 

84.88 
2.00 

10.00 

38.94 
4.00 
LOO 

26.00 
&00 
6.66 

1 &00 
4.75 

6.50 

6.00 

14.00 

13.00 
14.00 
13.50 
l&OO 
26.37 

.02 
940.79 

56.50 
16.00 

76.80 
6.50 



1,447.18 



87.78 



664.24 



3.80 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



MiUs. 



3.00 
« .22 



9.16 



> 22.00 



« .60 



LINK OPXBATKD. 



« 5.75 



Length. 



Miles. 
1.00 

35.46 



2.65 


20.15 
1 10.00 


.......... 

2.ftS 


• 15.00 




8.50 


8.50 
62.03 

o4. oo 

2.00 


8.60 




84.88 


2.00 
10.00 


2.00 


6.36 
4.00 
1.00 


3&94 
400 


6.36 
4.00 




3100 


&00 


&00 




.33 




> 6.33 




18.00 
4.76 




« L76 


.76 



6.00 
12.00 

13.00 
14.00 
13.60 
l&OO 
26l37 



i,oea79 

56l60 
16.00 

7&80 

6.60 

6,406.61 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1906. 



3iUe8. 



•2.00 

3.00 
*.22 



9.12 



• 22.00 



> .60 
• 13.61 



UnofBdal figures. 



• Decrease. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 285 

FOR THB Year endinq June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



6 



No. 
Remarks. 



Operating road, independent. Constructed by Un. Pao. Ry. (now Un. Pac. R. R.) and Sn. Pac. 2228 
Co., each advancing half of total cost. These roads agree to pay the net expenses on a wheel- 
age basis. 

Operating road, indei)endent 2229 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 18, 1903, for 30 vears; rental, $46,000 per 2230 
annum. Sn. Pac. Co. owns entire capital stock. Of **line owned,'' 3.84 miles not in opera- 
tion. 

Operating road, independent * 2231 

do 2232 

Independent road. **Line owned'' not in operation 2233 

Private road ^ 2234 

Operating road, independent 2235 

Operating road, indei)endent. Pacific Coast Co. owns entire capital stock 2236 

Private road 2237 

Independent road. '* Line owned" not In operation 2238 

Operating road, independent 2239 

Private road 2240 

Independent road. * * Line owned " not in operation 2241 

Operating road. Independent. Used principally for hauling logs 2242 

Subsidiary roaa, other relation. Operated under traffic agreement 2243 

Private coal road. "Line owned" not in oiwration 2244 

Operating road, independent 2245 

Operating road, independent. W. F. Delabane, Receiver; appointed June 2, 1905. Operated 2246 
oy permission of Receiver by a stone quarry company, on condition of keeping road in repair. 

Private road. "Line owned" not in operation 2247 

Operating road, independent 2248 

Private road. Of * ' line owned, ' ' 2 ntiiles not in operation 2249 

Operating road, independent 2250 

Operating road, independent. Leased to and operated by J. E. Langford 2251 

Operating road, independent 2252 

do 2253 

do 2254 



Indepcjndent road. * * Line owned ' ' not in operation 2255 

Operating road, independent 2256 

do 2257 

Private road 2258 

Operating road, independent 2259 

do 2260 

do 2261 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased as Cent. Pac. R. R. (now Cent. Pac. Ry.) for 2262 
90 years from Jan. 1, 1804; lessee is to operate said leased property and apply the earnings and 
income derived therefrom to paying all operating expenses thereof, inclaental expenses con- 
nected therewith, including rental of leased lines, and. according to their lawful priorities, the 
current interest, sinking fund contributions. United States requirements, etc.; lessee shall 
pay to lessor such balance, if any, of the net earnings or income as shall remain in its hands 
after payments provided for are made, provided that, if sudi balance shall exceed the sum of 
6 per cent on the capital stock of lessor, lessee shall retain one-half of such excess; lessee is also 
to pay $10,000 per annum for maintaining organization. Lessee owns entire capital stock. 
Lease covers also 4.50 miles of ferry and 190 miles of river line. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Sept. 1, 1896, retroactive to July 1, 18P7; rental. 2263 
$54,647, taxes, and ail expenses of operation. Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. owns entire capital 
stock. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rentaL Leased for 34 years from Aug. 1, 1893; annual 2264 
rental, $5,000. Lessee to pay, from income and earnings, all operating and incidental ex- 
penses, taxes, insurance, improvements, etc., and apply any residue to Interest and sinking 
fund on bonded debt. If, after such payments, the balance of net income exceeds 7 per cent on 
preferred and 6 per cent on common stock, lessee retains such excess. If net income is insuffi- 
cient to pay cnrrent interest on bonded debt, advancement to cover such deficiency is optional 
with lessee, whidi, if it advances any sum for that purpose, has a lien on the propemr and 
income thereof until reimbursed, the reimbursement u> include interest at 6 per cent. Lessee 
also guarantees payment of principal and interest of all bonds of lessor under mortgage to 
Union Trust Co. of New York, dated July 1, 1887. Lessee owns majority of capital stock. 
Subsidiary road, oootinjgent money rentaL Leased to Sn. Pac (3o. and Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. 2265 
and operated attemaw calendar years by lessee companies; rental, a percentage of the rate 
chaiged for all flrals^t canted over the road. 



286 BEPOBT OF THE INTEBSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 



Group X, 



Table I. — Classification of Railways and Milsaoe 



No. 



Name of road. 



Southern Pacific Company— Continued. 
2266 South Pacific Coast Railway Company. 



2267 , Southern Pacific Railroad Company. 



2268 
2269 



2270 

2271 
2272 

2273 

2274 

2275 

2276 
22n 

2278 

2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 

2286 
2287 
2288 
2289 
1709 
2290 
2291 

2292 
2293 

2294 

2205 

2296 

2297 



Imperial and Golf Railway Coinpany 

San Bernardino and Redlands Railroad Com- 
pany. 
California Northwestern Railway Company 



California Northwestern Railway Company 
(lessee). 
San Francisco and Napa Railway Company. . . 

San Francisco and North Pacific Railway Com- 
pany. 

Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway Com- 
pany. 
Independence and Monmouth Railway Company. 

Maricopa and PhoenlJt and Salt River Valley 
Railroad Company. 

Nevada and California Railway Company 

North Shore Railroad Company 



San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Spokane and British Columbia Railway Company. 

Spokane and Inland Railway Company 

Spokane International Railway Company 

Sumpter Valley Railway Company 

Sunset Railroad Conipany 

Tacoma Eastern Railroad Company 

Tacoma, Olympia and Chehalis Valley Railroad 

Company. 

Three Lakes Railroad 

Tonopah and Goldfield Railroad Company * 

Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Company 

Twin Buttes Railroad Company 

Union Pacific Railroad Company: * 

Columbia Southeln Railway Company 

Oregon Short Line Railroad Company 



Boise City Railway and Terminal Company . 
Malad Valley Railroad Company. 



Minidoka and Sou^westem Railroad Com- 
pany. 
Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company 



Cascades Railroad Company 

Columbia and Palouse Railroad Company. 



LINK OWNKD. 



LINX OPnUTKD. 



Length. 



MiU8. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



Length. 



98.66 



3,29a 32 



41.35 
10.12 

40.06 



8.76 
165u52 

126.53 

2.50 

41.96 

314.88 
87.24 

3.26 

« 36.30 
33.00 
30.00 
62.20 
32.75 
77.63 
s 8.00 

9.00 
96.82 
60.00 
27.95 

60.46 
» 1,149.38 

&48 
14.57 

59.09 

889.05 

5.91 

144.80 



yfiUs. 



1 2.44 1. 



MUet. 



Increase 

as shown 

by com- 

p^son 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



yiiU9. 



6.67 



1 .53 

2L26 
.67 

.02 



33.00 
30.00 



16.43 



9.00 
96.82 
60.00 
27.05 

1 .63 
1 15.31 



1 L20 
50.09 



4a 06 
177.74 



126.53 

18.50 

41.06 

314.88 
90.50 



S36.30 



02.20 

4L00 

00.80 

s &00 

0.00 

106.82 

6a 00 

27.05 

60.03 
• 1,112.37 



14.57 
1,130.58 



> Decrease. 

t Unofficial figures. 

* Report for eight months ending June .30, 1006. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of sabsidiary roads as indicated. 

* Includes 275.10 miles lying in Group VII. 

* Indodes 227.10 miles lying in Group VII. 



> .53 

21.26 
3.93 



8.60 



0.00 

105.82 

6a 00 

27.05 

» .67 
1 15.31 



» L20 
59.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



28T 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 190G — Continued. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased July 1, 1887, for 55 years; lessee pays oper- 
ating expenses, interest on bonds and floating debt, taxes, maintenance, and all other marges; 
any oalance remaining alter such payments is retained by, or the deficit, if any, is charged to 
lessee. Lessee owns entire capital stock. Lease covers also 3 miles of ferry. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased from Dec. 31, 1901, to June 30, 1951; lessee 

{)ays operating expenses, interest on bonds, other fixed charges, and a percentage of net profits 
rom the operation of this road. Of "line owned," 342.55 miles included in "line operated'* 
by Atch. , Top. & S. Fe Ry. — Coast Lines. Lessee owns entire capital stock. Lease covers also 
3 miles of ferry. 

Subsidiary roaa, other relation. Operated for account of owners 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Annual rental, 16,000. Sn. Pac Co. owns entire capital 

stock. 
Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 



226d 



2267 



226» 
2269 



2270 

2271 
2272 

227a 

2274 

2275 

2276 
2277 

2278 

2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 

2286 
22S7 
2288 
2289 
1709 
2290 
2291 

2292 
2293 

2294 

2295 

2296 

2297 



Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased May 1, 1905, terminable on 60 days' notice; rental 
5 per cent on cost of road. 

Subsidiary road, contingent money rental. Leased Sept. 20, 1898, for 20 years; rental, $48,600 
per annum and all fixed charees. At the expiration of each 3 years any surplus to be paid 
lessor. Sn. Pac. Co. owns majority of capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital 
stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

do 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stock. 
Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Nominal rental of $1 

Operating road, independent 

Independent road. * * Line owned " not in operation 



Operating road, independent 

do 

Operating road, independent. Of " line owned," 7.83 miles not in operation. 
Operating road, independent. Operated by Eastern Ry. & Lumber Co 



Private road. Owned and operated by Three Lakes Lumber Co. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capital 
stock. Of " line owned,^' 56.59 miles, known as Montana Union Ry., leaised to and operated by 
Nn. Pac. Ry., and 3.42 miles owned Jointly with Denver & Rio O. il. R. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Operated and controlled through ownership of sub- 
scriptions to capital stock. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through advances for construction of 
road. 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of majority of capi- 
tal stocK. Of ** line owned," 7.18 miles not in operation. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. Road 
not in operation. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock 



12689—07- 



-19 



288 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table I. — Classification of Railways akd Mileage 




I Union I'acific Railroad Company— Continued 
I Oregon Short Line Railroad Conqjany—Contd. 
Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company- 
Continued. 
2298 Snake River V^alley Railroad Company 



2299 



2300 

2301 

2302 
2308 
2304 
2305 

2306 
2307 
2308 

2309 
2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 



Spokane Union Depot Company. 



Walla Walla and Columbia River Railroad 

Company. 
Columbia River and Oregon Central Railroad 
Company. 

Saint Anthony Railroad Company 

Salmon River Railroad Company 

Wyoming Western Railroad Company 

Ydlowstone Park Railroad Company <of 
Idaho).' 

United Verde and Pacific Railway Company 

Virginia and Truclcee Railway 

Washington, Idaho and Montana Railway Com- 
pany. 
Western Redwood Lumber Company's Railroad .. 

Yosemite Short Line Railway Company 

Yosemite Vallev Railroad Company 

Yreka Railroad Company 

Zuni Mountain Railroad 



» 



LINE OWNED. 



LINE OPEEATEI). 



Length. 



^files. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30 

1905. 



Miles. 



Loii,^h. 



65.85 



» Decrease. 

* Lies in Group VII. 

* Report for period, June 15 to 30, 1906. 



MiUft. 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
Jun«' 30. 



Miles. 



2.55 








3.5. 52 






45.31 




45.31 

37.46 

85.99 

* 19.02 

16.40 

26.26 
52.20 
19.00 

7.00 


45.31 

» 3.04 
» L29 


37.46 

85.09 

»19.02 


1 3.04 
» L29 


16.40 
26.26 


16.40 


16.40 


52.20 
19.00 

7.00 
8.00 


52.20 
19.00 

7.00 

8.00 

24.00 


52. ao 

19.00 
7.00 


24.00 
7.50 


24.00 

7. SO 

32.00 


24.00 
9.00 


32.00 


9.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IIT THE UNITED STATES. 289 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continue<l. 



6 



Remarks. 



No. 



Subsidiary road, other relation. Road in process of oi|;anization. Terms of contract under 
which tnis road is to be operated have not been agreed upon. Substantially all of the stock 
of this company is held by a trustee pending settksnent for cash advanced by other companies 
for construction purposes. 

Subsidiary road, fixed money rental. Leased Apr. 1, 1901, i&r 5 years, consideration being main- 
tenance of road, a cash pajrment of $15,000 per annum, and taxes. Operated on same terms 
since Apr. 1, 1906, without renewal of lease. Un. Pac. R. R. owns entire capital stock. In- 
cluded m sidings of Oreeon R. R. & Nav. Co. 

Subsidiary road, other relation. Controlled tt rough ownership of entire capital stock 



Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. 



do 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through advances for construction of 
road. 

Operating road, independent 

do 

do 



2298 



2299 

2300 

2301 

Operating road, subsidiary, other relation. Controlled through ownership of entire capital stock. 2302 

...do 2303 

2.^04 
2305 



2306 
2307 
2308 



Private road 2309 

Independent road. ** Line owned " not in operation 2310 

Operating road, independent 2311 

do I 2312 

Private road. Owned and operated by American Lumber Co 2313 



290 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Table I. — Supplement A. — Classification op Railways 



[Showing totalized figures for certain 




52 Canadian Pacific Railway Company 

86 Now York Central and Hudson River Railroad 
Company. 

93 Rutland Railroad Company 

833 Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway 

Company: * 
850 Chicago, Indiana and Southern Railroad Com- 

pany. 

138 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company 

607 Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad 
Company. 

284 Erie Railroad Company 

491 Pennsylvania Railroad Company: » 
800 Pennsylvania Company: * 

923 Vandalia Railroad Conipany 

735 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Com- 
pany. 
739 Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Western Railway 

Company. 
751 Cleveland, Cincinnati. Chicago and Saint Louis 
Railway Company. 

761 Peoria and Eastern Railway Company 

803 Hocking Valley Railway Company: » 

805 Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company 

884 Norfolk and Western Railway Company 

939 Southern Railway Company 

140G Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company 

950 Toledo, Saint Louis and Western Railroad Com- 
pany. 

955 Wabash Railroad Company 

982 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 

1175 Louisville and Nashville Railroaa Company 

1018 Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company 

1101 Seaboard .\lr Line Railway , 

1289 : Illinois Central Railroad Company 

1451 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, 
2114 . Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (jom- 

pany— Coast Lines. 
1472 Chicago and Alton Railroad Company: * 
1474 I Kansas City, Saint Louis and Chicago Railroad 
I Company. 

1480 Chicago and" Northwestern Railway Companv 

1490 I Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy Railroad Com- 
pany. 
1511 Chicago, Rock Island ami Pacific Railway Com- 

! pany. 
1514 I Chicago, Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha RtUl- 
way Company. 

15.'51 ! Great Northern Railway Company 

15.')7 S.i,lnt Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway 
I Company. 

1628 I Northern Pacific Railway Company 

1709 I Union Pacific Railroad Company..* 

1750 Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company 

1820 Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway t'om'pany... 




UNE OPERATED. 



Length. 



Miles. 

1 4,244.70 
806.70 

397.11 

320.37 

2,151.22 
920.87 

1,197.52 



651.81 
320.67 

360.85 

1,685.09 

341.39 

169.51 

1.860.88 

4,570.32 

767.48 

450.72 

1,762.00 
4,204.48 
3.852.56 
1,160.80 
2.554.25 
2,096.38 
4,685.50 
1,415.79 



161.98 

7.336.00 
8,473.93 

4,938.03 

1,627.98 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

19a'). 




Miles. 

73.50 
3 1.94 



o, o7o . oO 

» 5,884.43 
2,962.49 . 
2,163.34 
2,768.12 . 



329.37 
I 
4.76 
.05 



7.14 



27.36 
13.91 



11.35 
103.72 
34.50 




45.45 
115.38 

3.04 

11.10 



» 7.36 
118.52 
'6i.'92 



Miles. 

« 8.776.90 
3,580.20 

4 468.11 



340.07 
4,029.93 



Increase 
as shown 
by com- 
parison 

with 
June 30, 

1905. 



1,881.38 



828.19 
1,038.24 



1,983.42 
350.41 

177.04 
1,874.86 
7,515.85 
• 955.70 

450.72 

7 2.517.20 
4,333.63 
4,205.55 
1,820.90 
2,610.97 
4.459.14 
5,043.30 
1,851.06 



7,453.58 
8,677.02 

6,926.25 

1,697.57 

• 5,183.11 



5,781.99 
2,955.45 
2,532.16 
3,042.57 



Miles. 

208.f0 
14.04 




7.25 
381.17 

» 381.17 

48.37 



27.33 
320.53 



11. i5 
104.50 
119.00 



85.10 
'2i.'54 



45.45 
115.38 

220.92 

11.10 

164.73 



105.73 
'6i.'94 



J Not In United States. 
Includes 8,544.10 miles not In United States. 
Decrease. 

Includes 56.39 miles not in United States. 

Inserted tq show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads') as indicated. 
Includes 29.62 miles operated separately for account of Southern Railway, owner. 
Includes 244.30 miles not in United States. 
Includes 77.30 miles not in United States. 
Includes 355.58 miles not in United States. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 291 

AND Mileage for the Year ending June 30, 1906. 
roads lying in more than one group.] 



6 



Remarks. 



Lies in Groups I and • V^I and outside United Statos; see pages 150 and 236, No. 52. 
Lies in Groups I, II, » III, and » VI; seepages 152, 170, 198, and 24(), No. 86 



52 
86 

93 
833 

Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 200 and 246, No. 850 ! 850 



Lies in Groups I and II; see pages 152 and 174, No. 93. 



No. 



Lies in Groups II. Ill, » IV, and VI; see pages 156. 190, 210, and 236, No. 138, 
Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 190 and 236, No. 697 



Lies in Groups II and III; see pages 162 and 194, No. 284. 



Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 206 and 248, No. 923. 
Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 192 and 240, No. 735. 



Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 192 and 240, No. 739. 



138 
097 

284 
491 
890 
923 
735 

739 



Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 192 and 240, No. 751 i 751 

Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 194 and 240, No. 761 761 

803 

Lies in Groups III and IV; see pages 196 and 212, No. 805 805 

Lies in Groups 111 and IV; sec pages 202 and 214. No. 884 884 

Lies in Groups III, IV, V, and VI; see pages 206, 216. 232, and 250, No. 939 939 

Lies in Groups V and VI; see pages 232 and 250, No. 1406 1406 

Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 208 and 260, No. 950 i 950 

Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 208 and 250, No. 955 055 

Lies in Groups IV, V, and » VI; see pages 210, 220, and 236, No. 982 982 

Lies in Groups V and VI; see pages 220 and 236, No. 1175 ! 1176 

Lies in Groups IV and V; see pages 212 and 224, No. 1018 1018 

Lies in Groups IV and V; see pages 214 and 230. No. 1101 1101 

Lies in Groups V, VI. and i VII; see pages 226, 244, and 252. No. 1289 , 1289 

lies in Groups VI, VIII, UX, and>X; see pages 236. 256. 268, and 278. No. 1451 H61 

These **Coast Lines" represent a separately operated portion of the mileage of the Atch., Top. j 2114 
& S. Fe Ry. Co.; see "Remarks," page 279, No. 2114. 

1472 



Lies in Groups VI and VIII; see pages 238 and 256, No. 1474. 
Lies in Groups VI and VII; see pages 238 and 252, No. 1480. . 



Lies in Groups VI and VII; see pages 238 and 252, No. 1490 

Lies in Groups VI, VIII, and » IX; see pages 240, 256, and 268, No. 1511 
Lies in Groups VI and VII; see pages 240 and 252, No. 1514 



Lies in Groups VI, VII, and X; see pages 242, 252, and 280, No. 1551. 
Lies in Groups VI, VII, and X; see pages 242, 262, and 280, No. 1557. 



Lies in Groups VI, VII, and X; see pages 246. 252. and 282. No. 1628 

Lies in Groups VII, VIII, and » X; see pages 254. 266. and 286, No. 1709. 

Lies in Groups VIII and X; see pages 258 and 280, No. 17.^6 

Lies in Groups VIII and IX; see pages 260 and 272, No. 1820 



1474 

1480 
1490 

1511 

1514 

1551 
1557 

1628 
1709 
1766 
1820 



1 Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 



292 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Table I. — Supplement B. — Corporate Changes 



No. 



93 



95 

07 

99 

102 

104 

110 
114 
117 
118 
119 

120 

121 



162 
109 
185 
18G 

187 



290 
356 

389 
411 
418 

433 
434 

514 
534 
540 

543 

5fi0 
670 

681 
683 
684 



700 
805 



848 



849 



Name of road. 



I Group I. 

I Boston and Maine Railroad: ^ 
29 Manchester and Keene Railroad Company 



New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company 
Berkshire Railroad Company .-. 



Boston and New York Air Line Railroad Compajiy : » 
Colchester Railway Company 

Danbury and Norwalk Railroad Company 

Middletown, Meriden and Waterbury Railroad Company 

Naugatuck Railroad Company '. 

New Haven and Derby Railroad Company 

Old Colony Railroad Company: * 
Nantasket Beach Railroad Company 

Providence and Springfield Railroad Company 

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Railroaa Company of Rhode Island. 

Rockville Railroad Company ' 

Stockbridge and Plttsfleld Kallroad Company 

West Stockbridge Railroad Corporation 

Woonsocket and Pascoag Railroad Company 

Group II. 



Bells Run Railroad Company 

Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach Railroad Company 
Cambria Terminal Railroad Company . 
Cammal and Black Forest Railway Co 



ray k ompany 



Catasauqua Bridge and Terminal Railway 

Erie Railroad Company: i 
Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Railroad Company: ' 

West Branch Railroad Company 

Juniata Railway ". 

J/ehigh Valley Kallroad Company: > 

, Montrose Railway Company 

Milwood Coal and Coke Company's Railroad 

Morris County Railroad Company 



New York and Plttsbui^ Central Railroad Company 

Pittsburg, Johnstown, Ebensburg and Eastern Railroad Company.. 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company: » 

Southwest Pennsylvania Railway Company 

York Haven and Rowcnna Railroad Company 

Dillsburg and Mechanlcsburg Railroad Company 

Long Island Railroad Company: * 
Atlantic Avenue Railroad Company 

Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad Company: ' 

South Chester Railroad Company ! 

Wagner and Wilson Branch Railroaa 

Western Maryland Railroad Company: * 

Potomac Valley Railroad Company 

Western Maryland Tidewater Railroad Company 

Westmoreland Central RaUroad Company *. 



Group III. 

Au Sable and Northwestern Railroad Company. 
Indianapolis Southern Railway Company 



New York Central and Hudson River RaUroad Company: » 
Lake Shore and Mlcfali^n Southern Railway Company: > 
Dunkirk, AllMfheny Valley and Pittsbui^h Railroad Company 
Tltusvllle, Cambridge and Lake Erie Railroad Company 



00.99 
14.55 



.45 



5.24 
U.OO 

27.35 

3.00 

2 18.00 



2 15.90 
129.37 

7.70 

9.G0 

3.74 
14.00 

3 14.30 

6.31 
2.00 



2 


1 
i 

3 


Line 

owned 

(length ) . 


Line 
operated 
(length ) . 


29.59 


.mies. 


20.. '.3 




3.59 




36.20 




26.00 






Indiana, Illinois and Iowa Railroad Company 

» Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads > as Indicated. 

« Unofflclal figures. 

* Includes 0.70 mile Ijing in Group IV. 



.45 



6.00 



3.00 
« 18.00 

» 15.90 



14.00 



2.00 



»;5.00 


(i5.00 


l.(>4 




« 1.00 


« 1.00 


204., >8 


211.68 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 293 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906. 




This road was sold under foreclosure proceedings and deed given, May 18, 1884, to one S. W. Halo 
who, it is also reported, simultaneously gave deed of one undivided half interest therein to 
the Boston & Lowell R. R. and the other to the Cone. & Montreal R. R. Mileage heretofore 
reported in name of Manch. & Keene R. K. now shoA^Ti in connection with the names of joint 
owners. 

Consolidated with Stoclcbridge & Pittsf. and W. Stockbridgo R. Rs., Juna 7, 1905. forming Berk- 
shire R. R., a now corporation. 

Merged in N. Y., New Ilav. & Ilartf. R. R., Dw. 10, 1905 

Merged in N. Y., New Uav. & Ilartf. R. R., Oct. 30, 1905 * 

Merged in N. Y.. New Ilav. & Ilartf. R. R., Nov. 3, 1905 

Merged in N. Y. New Ilav. & Hartf. R. R., Jan. 31, 1906 

Merged in N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R.. Nov. 3, 1905 

Merged in Old Colonv R. R., Jan. 24, 1906 

Merged in N. Y., New Uav. & Hartf. R. R., Oct. 30, 1905 

Merged in N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., Nov. 3, 1905 

Merged in N. Y., New Hav. & Hartf. R. R., Nov. 6, 1906 

Consolidated with Berkshire and W. Stockbridge R. Rs., June 7, 1905, forming Berkshire R. R., 

a now corporation. 
Consolidated with Berkshire, and Stockbridge & Pittsf. R. Rs., June 7, 1905. forming Berkshire 

R. R.. a now cornonition. 
Merged in N. Y.. Now Hav. & Hartf. U. R., Nov. 3. 190.5 



Road abandoned 

Now a part of Brooklyn Rapid Transit System 

Road discontinued. Existence terminated by limitation May 15, 1906 

Road abandoned .* 

Succeede<i by Crane U. R.. June. 1900 

A part of Buff.. Bradf . & Pittsb. R. R 

Road abandoned 

Reorganized as Montrose R. R., Sept. 2. 1905 

Purchased and name changed to Latrobi^-Connellsv. Coal & Coke Co's. R. R.. Jan. ,1906 

Con.solidated wifh Port Oram. Hil)ernia Branch and Morris Countv, connecting R. Rs., June 
10. 1905. forming Wharton & Nn. R. R. 

Purchased by N. Y. & Pittsb. Air Line R. R 

do 



Merged in Pennsylvania R. R., Apr. 1, 190() 

Merged in Cumb. Vy. R. R., Feb. 2, 19b«i. . .!!.!.."! 

Returned for 1900 as the Nassau Electric R. R 

Merged in Phila., Bait. & Wash. R. R.. Apr. 1, 1906. 
Understood to have been abandoned July 15, 1905. . 

Merged in Wn. Md. R. R., Nov. 1, 1905 



:To 



Right of way and tracks transferred to the Old Colony Coal & Coke Co., for coal siding and fran- 
chise allowed to lapse. 

Discontinued business Jan. 1, 1900, and its charter vacated 

Consolidated with 111. <t Ind. R. R.. forming Indpls. Sn. R. R., articles of consolidation having 
been flled in Indiana. June 28 and in Illinois. June 29, 1906. 



This road, as reported for the year ending June 30, 1906, was reorganized Apr. 1, 1901, as Lake 
Erie Ry., which was sold bv* trustee under mortgage in Apr.. 1900, and in tuni reorganized 
May 12. 1906, under name of' Erie & Cent. Pa. Rv. 

Consolidated with Ind. Harb. R. R., Apr. 9, 1906, "forming Chic, Ind. & Sn. R. R 



29 



93 

95 

97 

99 

102 

104 

110 
114 
117 
118 
119 

120 

121 



162 
109 
185 
186 

187 



296 
356 

389 
411 
418 

433 
434 

514 
534 
540 

543 

509 
670 

681 
683 
684 



700 
805 



848 
849 



294 KEPOBT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Table I. — Supplement B. — Corporate Changes 



No. 



3 



870 
8H1 



80<i 

tm 

940 
946 



997 

993 

1005 

1009 

1013 



10:0 

1027 
1037 
1043 
1050 
1112 
1123 
1130 
1132 
1133 



114H 
1152 



1166 
11S8 
USO 
1202 

1206 

1207 

120) 
1225 
1276 
1278 
12S4 
1305 
1320 
1326 
1344 
1367 
1368 



Name of road. 



Gboitp III— Continued. 

New York Central and llu^on River Railroiid Company— rontinuo*!. 
Michigan Central Railroad Company: > 

Indiana Harbor Railroad Company 

Indiana Harbor Railroad Company of Illinois 

Pennsylvania Railroad Company: > 
Pennftylvania Company: > 
Pittsburgh. Fort VV'ayiie and Chicago Railway Company: ' 
New Castle and Beaver Valley Railroad Company 



Line 

owned 

(length). 

Milff. 



4.81 
« 10.77 



Pittsburgh, Youngstown and .Vshtabula Railroad Company 

Thompson Luml^er Company's Logging Railroad 

Toledo and Western Railway Company: » 
Toledo, Fayette and Western Railway Company 

Group IV. 



Burning Springs Railway Company 

Cairo and Kanawha Valfey Railroad Company 

Cape Fear and Northern Railway Company 

Carolina Northern Railroad Company 

Charleston and Western Carolina Railway Company: > 

Augusta Terminal Railway Company 

Chcsapealce and Ohio Railway Company: > 

Coal River Railwav Company: > 

Coal River and western Railway Company 

Coal and Colce Railway Company: 1 

Roaring Creek and Helington Railroad Company 

Farmville and Powhatan Railroad Company 

Holly River and Addison Railway Company 

Kanawha and Northern Railway Company 

Suffolk and Carolina Railway Company 

West Virginia Central and Pittsburg Railway Company 

Belington and Beaver Creek Railroad Company 

Coal and Iron Railway Company 

Piedmont and Cumberland Railway Company 



Group V 



Aripeka Saw Mills Tram Road 

Atlantic and Birmingham Railway Company 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company: > 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company: 1 

Henderson Bridge Company 

Bumside and Cumberland River Railway Company, 

C. A. Alford Logging Railroad 

Chattanooga and Montlake Railroad Company 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company: > 

Big Sandy Railway Company 



Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company of Kentucky. 



Kinniconnlck and Freestone Railroad Company 

Fiost Louisiana Railroad Company 

Lafayette Railway Company 

Laurel and Tallahoma Western Railway 

Live Oak and Perry Railroad Company 

Morehrad and West Liberty Railroad Company.. 

Ponsacola and Andalusia Railroad Company 

Plorson Lumber Company's Railroad 

Slidcll and Bayou Lacombe Railroad Company... 

Sumter Short Line Railroad 

Suwannee and San Pedro Railroad Company 



Line 
operated 
(length). 

Miles. 



* 69.18 



Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

Includes 55.96 miles lying in Group VI. 

Lies in Group VI. 

Unofficial figures. 

Lies in Group V. 

Includes 8.40 miles lying in Group II. 

Inckidea 28.02 miles lyii^ in Group II. 

Includes 20JS1 miles lying in Group II. 

Includes 9.59 miles lying in Group III. 



14.98 




125.09 




1 
25.00 


25.00 


11.91 - 




1.00 


1 
l.CO 


17.50 


* 17.50 


37.97 


37.97 


40.24 


40.24 


i 1.60 




17.95 


1 


17.70 


17.70 


92.16 


92.16 


34.01 


34.01 


LOO 


1.00 


74.52 


91.52 


134.21 


T 220. IG 


6.20 




46.38 





46.38 


1 


« 29.24 




42.50 
337.39 

» 10.06 


42.50 
337.30 


1.50 
7.00 


1.50 


1.90 
00.30 


1.90 


326.50 


• 

! 


19.80 




58.64 
17.00 


58.64 


20.00 

22.00 

2.74 


61.00 
22.00 


< 12.00 

6.00 

12.00 

aoo 

59.00 


* 12.00 
6.00 

12.00 
8.00 

59.00 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 296 

FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



No. 
Remarks. ' 



Consolidated with Ind., 111. & lo. R. R., Apr. 9. 1900. forming Chic, Ind. & Sn. R. R 879 

Reorganized as Ind. Ilarb. R. R 881 

Consolidated with Pittsb., Youngst. & Ashtab. R. R., Jan. 1, 19(K>, forming Pittsb., Youngst. 896 

& Ashtab. Ry. 

Consolidated with Now Castle and Beiiver Vy. R.R., Jan. 1, 1900, forming Pittsb., Youngst. 898 

<fc Ashtab. Ry. 

Succeeded by Thompson <fe Nn. R. R 940 

Consolidated into Tol. & Wn. Ry., July 13, 1905 946 



Road abandoned 997 

Name changed to Cairo & Kanawha Ry., about Apr. 1, 1906 199 

Purchased and merged in Durham & Sn. Rv., Jan. 1, 1900 1005 

Reorganized as Ral. & Charleston R. R., Dec. 2, 1905 1009 

Conveyed by deed and merged in Charleston & Wn. Car. Ry., Mar. 20, 190G 1013 

This company superseded by Coal Riv. Ry. Co.; imt its stock is held by Chcs. & Ohio Ry. Co. 1020 

Purchased and merged in Coal & Coke Rv., Juno 30, ICOo 1027 

Succeeded by Tidewater & Wn. R. R., Jiine 30, 1906 1037 

Purchased and reorganized as W. Va. Midi. R. R., Apr. 6, 19C6 1043 

Road abandoned 1050 

Consolidated with Carolina Coast R. R., Jan. 27, 19C6, forming Va. & Car. Coast R. R 1112 

Merged in Wn. Md. R. R., Nov. 1, 1905 1129 

do 1130 

do 1132 

do 1 133 



Reported in 1C06 as Brooksv. & Ilud. R. R 1148 

Reorganized as Atlanta, Birm. & Atl. R. R., May 1, 1906 1152 

Name changed to Ilcnd. Brg. <t R. R. Co 1166 

Succeeded by Cin., Bumside <t Cumb. Riv. Ry 1188 

Road abandoned 1189 

do 1202 



Consolidated with Ches. & Ohio Ry. Co. of Ky. and Kinniconnick & Freestone R. R., June 1, 1*206 

1906, forming Ches. & Ohio Ry. Co. of Ky., a new corporation. 
Consolidated with other roads June 1, 1906, forming Ches. & Ohio Ry. Co. of Ky., a new corpo- i 1207 

ration. See ** Remarks" in connection with No. 1206, Big Sandy Ry. 

do 1209 

Purchased and name changed to N. O. Ot. Nn. R. R 1225 

Road abandoned some time between July Land Nov. 1, 1905 1276 

Now reported under name of Eastman, Gardiner & Co.'s R. R 1278 

Reorgani7.ed as Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R., Oct. 1, 1905 1284 

Succeeded by Morehead & N. Fork R. R 1303 

Understood to have been abandoned I 1320 

Succeeded by Empire Lumber Co.'s R. R 1326 

Name changed to Salmen Brick & Lumber Co.'s R. R 1344 

Name changed to Tlixon, Sumter & N. Wn. Ry 1367 

Name changed to Florida Ry., July 1, 1905 , 1368 



296 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Table I. — Supplement B. — Corporate Changes 



^ 



No. 



1422 
1423 

1460 

1484 
1491 
1492 

1520 



1555 
1561 
1567 
1574 
1598 
1605 



1&59 
1662 



1753 
1769 
1770 



1859 

1860 

1870 
1929 
1944 

1949 

1955 
1957 



1988 

1998 

2005 
2035 
2060 
2088 
2111 



Name of road. 



Group VI. 

Chicago and Alton Railway Company. . . 
Chicago and Alton Railroad Company 



Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Saint Louis Railway Company: < 
Kankakee and Seneca Railway Company 



Duluth, Virginia and Rainy Lake Railway Company. 

Forest City and Gettysburg Railroad Company 

Fulton County Narrow Gauge Railway Company 

Illinois Central Railroad Company: « 
Illinois and Indiana Railroad Company 



Minnesota and North Wisconsin Railroad Company: > 

De Long and Ctiamberlain Railway Company 

Nestcr Railroad Company 

l*awnec Railroad Company 

Quincy, Carrollton ana Saint Louis Railway Company 

Split Rock and Northern Railroad Company .'. 

Tower Lumber Company's Railroad " 



Group VIII. 

Boston Coal and Fuel Company's Railroad 

Campbell and Saint Francis Valley Railway 

Missouri Pacific Railway Company: « 
Saint Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Company : ^ 

Little Rock and Fort Smith Railway Company 

Ogamaw and Northwestern Railway Company 

Palmer Lines in Missouri and Arkansas 



1772 Perla, Magnet and Pacific Railway 

1783 Saint Louis and North Arkansas Hailroad Company. 
1798 I Saint Louis, Little Rock and Gulf Railroad Company 

1825 , Tyronza Central Railroad Company 



Group IX. 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company: • 
Arkansas Southern Railroad Company 

Arkansas Southern Extension Railroad Company. 



Emporia and Gull Railroad Company 

Pine Tree Lumber Conipany's Railroad. 

San Antonio and Gulf Railroad Company 

Southern Pacific Company: * 

Galveston, Houston and Norttiem Railway Company 

Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Steamship Company 
Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific Railway Company 

New York, Texas and Mexican Railway Company 



Group X. 



Alameda and San Joaquin Railroad Company 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company 



Arizona and Utah Railway Company 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company— Coast Lines: « 

Southern California Railway Company 

Clallam Bay and Southern Railroad Company 

Fort Bragg Railroad 

Mill Creek Railroad Company 

Pacific Coast Company 



2127 San Diego. Pacific Beach and La Jolla Railway Company 

2150 I Tonopah Railroad Company 

2164 I Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company 



Line | Line 

owned i operated 

(length). ' (length). 



Miles. 

53.36 
543.45 

42.52 



5 100.01 

10.00 

8.00 

6.00 

36.93 

.•a. 90 

111.42 
170. 71 



36.10 

« 25.00 

478.07 

4.00 

22.00 

12.44 



13.54 
60.00 
52. 20 



MUes. 

» 915.23 



42.52 



1U. CHi 

20.50 


^■J. oo 


6L00 


61.00 


« 88.51 




1.20 




« 2500 

9.00 

49.00 

1.90 

aoo 


« 25.00 

9.00 

55 30 

LOO 

8.00 


."i.eo 

25.00 


I 
5. (X) 
25.00 


166.35 


1 


< 14.00 
22.75 


« 14.00 
22.75 


10.00 

126.16 

40.00 


. 10.00 
126.16 


11.40 


11.40 



• 100.01 



8.00 

6.00 

30.93 

60.92 

111.42 
176.71 



36.10 
« 29.25 



4.00 
22.00 



142.78 



13.54 
65.00 
52.20 



1 Includes 106.32 miles lying in Group VIII. 

« Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary roa«l (or roads) a."* indicated. 

> Includes 32.01 miles lying in Group III. 

4 Unofficial figures. 

ft Includes 22.63 miles Ijring in Group VIII. 

• Includes 16.63 miles lying in Group VIII. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



297 



FOR THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Contimu'd. 



r 



Remarks. 



Consolidated with Chic. & Alt. R. R., Mar. 14, 1900, forming Chic. & Alt. R. R , 

Consolidated with Chic. & Alt. Ry., Mar. 14, 1906, forming Chic. & Alt. R. R., a no w corporation , 

Correct corporate title Is Kank. & Seneca Tl. R., name heretofore incorrectly returned as Kank. 
& Seneca Ry. 

Name changed to Duluth, Rainy L. & Winn. Ry., Dec. 15, 100.') 

Road abandoned *. .' 

Merged in Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. R., Jan. 1, 190() 



Consolidat*'d with Indpls. Sn. Ry.. forming Indpls. Sn. R. R., articlos of consolidation having 
been filed in Indiana June 28 and in Illinois June 29, 100(i. 



Road abandoned 
....do 



Name changed to Chic. & 111. Midi. Ry., Feb. 1, 1906. 

Purchased and merged in Chic. & Alt. R. R 

Road abandoned 

do 



No. 



1422 
1423 

1460 

1484 
1491 
1492 

1520 



1555 
1561 
1567 
1574 
1.598 
1605 



Sold to Cahimet Fuel Co.'s R. R 1659 

Name changed to St. L., Kennot t iV S. Kn. R. R., Mar. 26, 1906 \ 1662 



Conveyed by deed, Apr. 13, 1906, to St. L., Iron Mtn. & Sn, Ry. Co 

Understood to have been abandoned 

Succeeded by Butler Co. R. R., which acquired 7.50 miles of the line of the former Palmer Lines 

in Mo. & Ark. Balance of mileage, 15.25 miles, not in operation June 30, 1906. 

Road abandoned 

Reorganized as Mo. & N. Ark. R. R., May 29, 1906 | 1783 

Mileage was erroneously reported by an ofncial of the company as completed on June 30, 1905. No 1798 

line constnicted. 
Reported in the owned mileage of Kans. Cy., Ft. Scott & Memph. Ry 



1753 
1769 
1770 



1772 



Consolidated with Ark. Sn. Ex. and Little Rock c1- Sn. R. Rs., Oct. 31, 1905, forming Rock I., 

Ark. & La. R. R. 
Consolidated with Ark. Sn. and Little Rock <t Sn. R. Rs., Oct. 31, 1905, forming Rock I., Ark. & 

La. R. R. 

Road abandoned 

Name change to Win. & Wn. R. R 

Consolidated into Galv., Harrisb. & San Ant. Ry., Aug. 10, 1905 

Consolidated into fJalv., Harrisb. A: San Ant. Ry., Sept. 29, 1905 

Consolidated into Galv., Harrisb. A San Ant. Ry., Aug. 9, 1905 

do 

Merged in Wn. Pac. Ry 

Reorganized as Wn. Ariz. Ry., Dec. 21, 1905 

Deeded to and merged in Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry— Coast Lines, Jan. 31, 1906 

Road abandoned 

Name changed to Cal. Wn. Ry. & Nav. Co 

Purchased and merged in Wash. & Col. Riv. Ry., July 1, 1905 

This company as lessee of Cal. & Pugct Sd. R. R. and Pac. Coast Rv., respectively, filed an oper- 
ating report in behalf of said companies for year ending June 30. 1905. Separate operating 
reports nave been filed in their names lor 1906; but the Pac. Coast Co. is still an existing 
corporation. 

Purchased Mar. 31 , 1906, and name changed to Los Ang. & San Diego B. Ry 

Consolidated into Tonopah & Ooldf. R. R.. Nov. 1, 1905 : . . 

Purchased and name changed to Va. &'Tnickee Ry., July 1, 19a') 



1825 

1859 

1860 

1876 
1929 
1944 

1949 

1955 
1957 

1988 

1998 

2005 
2035 
2060 
2088 
2111 



2127 
2150 
2164 



TABLE II. 



AMOUNT OF RAILA¥A Y CAPITAL 



AT THE 



CLOSE OF THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1906. 



299 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



Tlie statistics in this table are compiled on the basis of territorial 
grouping. With a few exceptions, that are explained by footnotes, 
the roads appearing in this table are such as filed annual reports in 
season for use in all tabulations. The ''Supplement," pages 368 to 
371, inclusive, contains totalized figures for certain roads lying in 
more than one group. The group data for such roads, as a rule, were 
assigned to groups by the Division of Statistics and Accounts on 
the basis of the group location of ''Line ovmed," except as other- 
wise indicated by footnotes. 

301 



302 BEPOBT OF THE IXTEB6TATE COMMESCE COMMISSIOK. 

T.VBLB II.— A)I«INT OF RAILWAY CaFITAL A 



. & Aroostook R. Jl.. 

•niiiif .'it' ii'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



NB.h. *1*wpUR. r.. 

Nonhern K. R 

retorlmrough R. R 

Stony BrkTh.R 



WUton I 



ATllton R. R.. 



R. K.. 

-.R 

istonR. R.. 

N.-«lki»ton B. R 

I'tmigi-waHW't Vv. B. R 

Bunconk Vjr. R. K 

"tlv. R. K 



Conn, Riv. ... 
Dimi-rrsR. R. 
FitvhbnrgR, R. 



Vt.& !S»w. 



Trajr ^^Bfiuiin^. R. R 

H And. ICR .'...',..'!! 

& Law.B, R 

ryport B. R 

HiLah. ii Rocti. R. R.. 



Mp. Con. 
Rcirnit 



., R. R.. 



3B ' EuropOBtl & N. Amcr. By 

39 Porll. & Ogdeath. By 

40 UpwrCoosK. B 

41 , \Vai'h.Co. Ry 

« ' 8l, .1. A L. Chsm. B. R 

«4 Vt. Vy. R. R 

*i SiilllvBnCo, R. R 

M Yorklliirb. ji B R. R 

« DridEtnnABacoRiv.R. R... 

M HriBtnlR. R 



S6,S«I 

'ixi'.ma 






7,37(1 



sgr.en,) 

«», 477,1 



15, MI, 000 

'i«.m.i*i 



• 300,000 
1,778,1100 



I Kicludes tl87,0S.l,4M. upportioiifd "to other pi 

■ Exclude* t:XMea,eiO, apportioDed "to otber pi 

■ Roport tar yvar ending April 30. IMG. 

• On bails D[ Hi. 27 mllrii, wliidi Indudos ItSOm 
' On hula ot 371.31 miles, whldi Includes J7.88 m 

• LleblUty at i«rniliutkin of IvSM. 

' On bulaot 138.27 mllea.wtildtlncludea&lOiiiU 



I ol Uuich. & Keeae R. R. 



• ootslda Unltod StaU*. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THK UNITED STATES, 

Close <>f thb Yk.vu bnuin'j Joxb 30, 100(1. 



7 




9 


\o 


11 


Propbr- 




rC.«.. ..BT 






UpslgTl 


.ion. 




SJH 


Bonds. 


UlsccUii- 


bon"!"!' 


<>l>l[enil<>n 




_. 


Pit wnt, 

sa.ai 


Doltaf.. 


DoHmn. 


301,523, <nu 


■il*.-.K,IX 



17,945,210 
4U,2]3,«» 

i9;7M;ia 

87,gGn,2afi 
339.793 



2S,2S3,7I» 31.0iZ,G32 i 

Zl,a71,8« ai,2«,lZ5l 

96,087 I 22ft,OI4 I 

G4!s8B!u3i i ,'.!T40ilil < 



,aS3.0«T.10!) 
'0is!54,s|83t 



133,. U4 
90,710 
.W,M9 
13,7<» 
EO,DS) 













10,724,244 

i,'Mo,od6' 


































SMOUO 














ai.oo 


«w.ooo 














42. lU 












srj. 000 










10.47 




















to! 45 
12 84 








am. 000 

1,771), 000 
' BsisOO 

n.'.iooo 
































1.000.000 

iijooiooo 

357; 000 


































HI 4S 

saoo 


looiooo 











»,ae4 

25,![28 
TS^OOO 



' See puge 302, not« 7. 



f'ORT OF THE IXTERiSTATE COMMER- E .■ '(M MTS.=IOS. 







IMSxa,. 


^,.,.„ 




Lti-Jir'. 


/<*■-■. -'i 




l.f...li^r. V»R, Kv.: 1 














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MM.-.r.-.li Alt «)-.;• 














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230.100 






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> Exi.|uili!3 ;:il6,'j)a, ii|ipDrllonr<l " 1 



STATISTICS OP RAILWAYS IIT THE UNITED STATES. 



306 



Clo«e of thk Year ending Jtne 30, 1906 — Continued 



9 



ID 



11 



12 



13 



FUNDED DE&T. 



SUMMARY. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 



Designation. 



Col. 1"J 

Ptr cent. 
50.00 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



MiBcella- 

neouB 

obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



DoUarji. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2-r5 



No. 



21.50 
37.21 
33 33 
51.74 

38.53 



7^1 37 
50.00 



40 30 I 

48.57 

50.00 



34.35 



3,514,000 '. 



350,000 '. 



34,5;<7 



24,000 

32,000 

50.000 

208,000 

3.438,000 



11.000.000 
l..')()0.0()0 



i>4;<.000 



24r).0O() 

27.000 

425.000 

70 Am 



70.000 



Dollars. 



5,821,537 



700,000 
200.000 
111.600 
86.000 
loO.OOO 
518,000 

8.922.000 

8,750 

» 14.543,000 

3.000.000 

300.000 

73.075 

49f).000 

67.000 

875.000 

140.000 

800,000 

71.100 

.50.000 

203,8rj0 



Amount 

per mile of '■ 

line. 



Cols. 8+6 



Dollars. 



32,940 



31,818 
13,793 
6,683 
6,375 
17,647 
27,002 

54,001 
5.83^ 

57.848 . 
24,794 '■ 
5.'>,45:i ! 
9,500 1 
19.840 
13.400 I 
77.434 I 
17,156 
20.942 
18.711 ' 
25.000 ; 
23,970 



52 
53 
54 
56 
56 
57 
68 
60 
61 
62 
63 

64 
65 

07 
68 
70 
73 
74 
76 
77 
79 
80 
81 
82 
84 
80 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 

05 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 



.')0. 00 



ID. :w 



8, 4.K.->. 000 
50,000 



0,1 »•>,.'>< VI 



.')«i.'>, 9»>t 



33,485,000 
100,000 
100.000 
450.000 
100,000 
7.-X).000 

12,003,573 



i,ry)0,000 



20.017,000 : ! Ma3.4(M.100 

1,078.700 

7,C8'1,968 

82, 200 

2.000,000 

208.000 

110.000 

44.000.000 

4,.3«X),000 

400. 000 

»3.92f).600 

4 33,572,400 

6,170,000 

.305.000 

4.37. .100 

2r/).000 

.5,000.000 

100.000 



«'♦. I.-, 1 


3. 777. 000 


17.0'i ! 


14.000 


rAuo j 


1,000,000 


2S. H\ \ 


()0,000 


9.0J> 1 


10.000 


43. 18 


17,-500,000 


43. .W i 


1,900.000 


4.3.48 ! 


200.000 


23,43 . 




U\. 20 


1,912.000 


.1'k !7 . 




73. 77 


225,000 



920,000 

13, .599. 200 

2,170.000 



t.l. iO 


liiO.OOO 


:ny 00 


1 . r,iyo, ooo 







> See pago 304. note 4. 
' Stv pag»' 304, nolo 8. 



« See page 304. not<^ 7. 
4 See page 304, note 9. 



110,115 I 
18,970 I 
25,000 I 
24,259 ! 
14,248 I 
15. 198 
52.875 

lf4,575 
23,870 

147.052 
11,620 

173. 914 
13.787 
23, m) 

122,477 
34.519 
44,574 
&I,{^1 
6J,774 
97,890 
20.293 
30.474 
45,960 
99,187 
15,337 



806 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 
Unovp I. Tasi.k 71.— Amount i.f Railway Capital 



j;.y„snviiHV,Aii»ii(.R.n,-rDntd. 

LTn. Kivlghl It. H 

Wmiii lliv. Brh. It. H 

l-hillipflA K.=npkvH, « 

I'orll. * JlumrFslls Rj- 

Huiiir. KbU«& Rangt'Ivy IdkPB R.K. 

Biittly Klv. n. B 

RrMMlroAc A IttXftti. K. It 

aomerscl Ry 

H.Msni-h. if. R 

WTiiWUiv. R. K 

WowlstfWkRy..; 

'Includes 



capilj' 



bondg and InlcreM, i< 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



807 



Close of the Year endincj Jtn'e 80, lf>0()— Continued. 



9 



FUNDED DEBT. 



lO 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5^ 
Col. 1*{ 



Per cent. 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



MtsceUa- : 
neous I 
; obligations. ■ 



Dollar. i 



4S.50 
(«. 80 
47.94 
09.32 
75.00 
35.71 
45.96 



50.00 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 
\ 



11 



56,500 
200,000 
992,000 
678,000 
300,000 
100,000 
626,500 



250,000 



8.">0,000 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



12 



13 



SUMMARY. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Vu\». 2+.'» 



Dollarit. 

300,000 

116,500 

299,400 

3,842,000 

978,000 

400,000 

280,000 

1 1,363,149 

40,000 

500,000 

2.50,000 



Amount 

per mile ol ; 

line. 



('•>ls. 3+fi 



No. 



Dollars. 

123,457 
20,438 
10,4(i9 
60,172 
25,495 
22,223 
18,667 
22,252 
17,778 
25,000 
18,012 



114 

115 

117 

120. 

121 

123 

125 

126 

127 

128 

130 



J Sec page 306, note 1. 



808 REPOBT OF THE IXTEHSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
Choi p H T*BtE 11— Amoint of Rahwav Catctal 



132 AHi. * Ull.l. R, R I l,7M.IM» *i.SM SO. CO I ■ 1.7J0,a» «,SSt 

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W> BaJt. A Ohl'> R. R. > S-i..V>*,i*l *.10l> 



im IliK Ijti.-i & KlniiM II. It l.-ii.««i 1I.2V4 

i;i IKiflV, [('0'h.& l-itl.Hlj. I!j I'-.rtio.iuu 47,4X1 

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IT4. ^Innrt. A Mubnn, hr 7.».IUI| 2s.mi 

i;j uuhniL vr. tc- R 4s,«»i a.MO 



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, l> !• '.n II. It. 

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ail oc.i.'tiMinoR.B.,.. 

■211 Wllkft-, II. A: Si-Mii. Ry 

■J1U (Vnt. It. R. Ill I'l. 

zmi l']H-rhyTn«Alllx.:llv. 11. li. 
•221 <Tm«".B. ij 

•ja'j ['hiMinuiHIdpIlr 

•Ji4 t'nruTann. It.1t 

•Ji-, I <!<i«w.|l K. B. 

■06 CnmvaliJiLab.it. K 

TSi I <^OUil«nrt. & I'cirt Allp^ It. II 






'-■'•»•■•" 


M.ii;6 


-fflS 


1It:w 


4S.000 




i;i»,3m 


19. WT 




• &.«-«,-« 


to. MS 


ai.JW 


2.<aT 


■ illl.OW 


-."™. 


' i.i,iJ7.oau 

2.DQD.00a 

MoioOO 


i:l^ 


M.ml«! 




''';:^^ 


1,830 


1.WI.D0D 


ftl.7Ii 


ijtn.DOD 
uTii.34; 

l.U(M.«U 

rcnon 


114.416 
£00,000 


7M,W« 


x.mo 



•an riimUA'rii. K. k 

— - A:UI.H»r.lt. R 



im.ft HlHl.C 

All.. A Hiuil. R. U.. 
Ouilvnut^i' A I.. I'Li 



teTrbTui™™/ 



n Hiiii|il<^iii>iit at pri.l of mblu fn. „ 

rlildea bond*, HilMAU, hsH intreuurTatoamjnay. 



_, _ i* clepiMlitCll Br 

irhondi lHu«d: «st of HUHtructlontir ' 



■•rfl|>ltaln(nk.t40,e»J)00,'»nd binds. llR.SWJXn. binstcit ii 
qnliinwnt, not Aomi for Uw nw*on tliBt n hiu been tnundii 
hB mill] I'DiUlxl III mrtctlv appUealiletu rallwavln 
■I Roprwunti ciulpment tnwl oUIbUImis oaly. 1 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



809 



Close op the Year kndint, June 30, 1900 — Continual. 



8 



9 



lO 



11 



FUNDED D£BT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
capital. 

lOOXCol. Ii_ 

Cou li 

Per cent. 
52.02 



Designation. 



Bonds*. 



Dollars. 
1,171,967,685 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



, Equipment 
! trust 
obligations. 



342,3a'), 701 i 22,839,374 



Dollars, 
60,105,064 



12 



13 



SUMMARY. 



Total railway ^^, ^..^ ,,, 
capital. Permiloof 



Amount 

r mile 

line. 



No. 



Cols. 2+5 



Dollars. 
3,018,443,975 



Cols, 3+0 

DoUars. 
133,534 



50.00 



1,750,000 



56,84 121,780,217 



138,281 



90.91 i 
32.73 ' 



5,000,000 
511,000 



8.76 
is." 73' 



48,000 
370,' 606' 



199,800 



4.S. SO 
24.' 64' 
37. S.'> 



o,a')0,rj00 

jo,.io6 

201,000 



47.88 
ax. 4fi 

46.43 



9,994,000 
2,000,000 

aj0,ax) 



5,000 5,158,000 



7G.9K 
50.:.0 
65. 00 



44,000 

25,000 

45,125,000 



2i'>3, 6*^10 



5,810,000 



1 3,500,000 
358,000 
358,000 

214,477,179 

s 5,500,000 

1,561,000 

19,900 

548,000 

40,000 

1,170,200 

36,000 

25,000 

» 18,544,900 : 
100,000 ' 
83,200 

4 531,000 

300,000 

150,000 

6 31,ft')7,00O 

5,200,000 

1,100,000 

45,000 

80,000 

386,600 

49,600 

78,366,800 

36,000 



93,708 

17,463 

16,273 

113,776 

505,980 

123,399 

7,960 

20,516 

8,000 

39,067 

4,401 

10,000 

83,32.-> 

10,277 

8,229 

18,964 
16,216 
14,286 

9i,oa5 

78,45,1 
54,117 
23,810 
14,545 
24,546 
13,130 
818,709 
17,476 



132 
134 
136 
138 

149 
150 
151 
154 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
166 

167 
168 
160 
171 
172 
174 
175 
177 
178 
179 
181 
182 

194 
195 
197 
198 
204 
207 
209 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
230 
232 
234 
235 
236 



20.00 
48.'t')6' 



50.00 
33.33 
57.60 
60.00 
35.30 
96.15 



48.88 
44.% 



40.00 

75.00 

100.00 

74.07 

5. 55 



3.'), 000 

i,'89i,'666" 



500,000 
600,000 



1,000,000 

60,000 

500,000 



679,347 



764,900 
245,000 



1,000,000 
150.000 



10,000,000 
144,000 



4:)0,ooo 



130,000 

175,000 
1,418,600 
3,891,000 

450,000 
1,000,000 
1,800,000 
1,179,347 
2,000,000 

170,000 

520,000 

800,000 
1,564,900 

545,000 

80,000 

2,500,000 

200,000 

• 450,000 

13,500,000 

2,594,(»0 



1 See pacrr* 308, note 1. 

» See page 308, notes 5 and 0. 

» See page 308, note 8. 



* Sec pngo 308, note 3. 
4 SfM? page 308, note 7. 

• Sec page 308, note 11. 



17,10.5 

34,180 

85,150 
102,287 

45,639 
228,832 

58,632 

43,122 

OA cum 
l]D,t)DO 

16.346 
520,000 
63,141 
59,187 
12,111 
13,333 
47,855 
15,961 
3,015 
94,677 
41,024 



I 



310 REPORT OF THE ISTKHSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Gboi !• ir. Table II.— Amoivt of Railway Camtal at the 



i-vialM name of road. 



lo.ooo.sn 



Dpi. li nud. ra^ConUntind. BaUan. 

II .\-.Yr*C«Jl, KTr - 0,000,0(10 

I licou, A Sar. R. R . , . 

H ' Aiii. A Vt. ft.R 

L-. HiitL & WhHeh. R. It 
fi Ear. &Sob«n. R. R... 
TtcmderciEB R. R 



I DaOari. I Per ri 



a*i iJeL. 1-uHt. 3 



|. R. R.. 



LtlPJl, <"h™. Aausq, Vr. H 
VnUnyRTl. to(N,Vvl".... 

Warren K.E 

Bung, * Pnrll. Ry 



■2 I D..I V. 

■<|.r>..n... 



Ml>. 



N. r. & Oraimwood L. Ry... 

Nn.R. R. of N.J 

i'at.&IIild. RIv. S.R 

Pat. * Ramapo R. H 

ITnlonR. B. (of N.V.I... . 
S, 4 Genesee Vy. F "■ 



llath & HammoDiini 

N.J.&N, Y. R. H 

N, v., Siuq. & Wa. R. R 



It. U.. 



Wllkean 



I.R. R . 



t ACumh. R, R 



Johuftt. A Olov. R. r 

Qi^&-Wn. 

Otaiid Trunk lly.ot Can: ■ 

Cham. & St. Law.B.H 

U. 8. A Ojin. H. R 

niTH^nwlrh A Johnsonv, Ry. 

ll.inv(irhuntl*8,Wo. K.R 

~ ASlataBolt R.p.. 



( Broad Top Mtn. B. S. & 



il Co. 



200.100 

13,000,000 

100. J34 



100.000 

1, mo! 000 
5o!ono j 

130, .'lOO I 
1, OK. 000 , 

' se]ooa 



n3,773,Bao : n«.« 



K.^OOO 10.,»J 



3,371.730 so, 210 



1 E«tl>icl™ llOjKtt.OOO. apportirnsd "U: other prnp«.rtl«." 
■ Rontl In O.BS mile long: QBiirEx arc nn baaia of I mite. 



* See SupplemeTiI al 

• Roaxl la DM mUo I 

y rcnda, aa liidlcatecL 



.aide VnHei &tat«<. Name li 



1 mow 


°w»^' 


1 2.00(1.000 13,333 






1 3U.O00 

J,0.i7,000 


SSS! 




1 ■it.-iri.aio 


3*6,233 






1 22.000.000 

i.m.m 


r^^.- 




1 m.o(x, .m.oM; 



- 36,004 1 

l.;j9t.00a I 74.070 I 
SM.OOO i g,33H 



ISO.OOO , IS, 833 i 

"jii'wo, "iSiWi': 



245, SCO 11. ITT I 
1,471,000. 2f£486l 






moo 

3:ooo;ooo 

LwioOO 




S:ffi 


]iS, 






2.5M,S(» 





to allow eoipoiate idatiga at 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN. THE UNITED STATES. 



311 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



8 



9 



FXJNDED DEBT. 




12 



13 



NUMMARY. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. R 
Col. 12 



Designation. 



Per cent. 
39.34 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 
200,000 



Miscella^ 

neous 

obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



. Dollars. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 



16.67 


2,000.000 




: 




::::::::::::::!::::::::::: : i 


1 


1 


50.00 


30,000 
3,067,000 


1 


15.92 


1 




i 




:::::::::::::::::::::: ::i:::: :::::;: :;^ 


60. 12 


29,277,000 








]'. K.'. 1 < 


1 1 


1)8.75 


22.000.000 
1.106,000 




45.58 


1 




1 


1 1 


5-1.96 


115,000 


1 






34.78 


400.000 ! 
'1,394.000 
320.000 


1 


4;j. (VI 


1 


38.55 


1 




j 


1 1 ! 


.... ":..i / ■; . ' i 


42 (>4 


1,858,000 
190,000 ' 


1 


65 74 


1 




!'■ '* J'" ■ .- 




1 ^ 


' 39.94 


500,000 i 


1 42,400 






. 




54.37 


104,133,309 21,710,401 


9.723,163 


■ 


1 




::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::. 1 


71.94 
54.13 
93.64 
44.69 


246,500 

177,000 

1,471,600 

808,000 


1 






















1 




'.. i 




.:::.;..: ':::::"i:::...:.::'i:::::::::::::j::::::::::::::i 


75.00 
31.66 
32. 47 
50 00 
72 34 
50 00 
37.54 
, (». 44 


300.000 
1.032,500 


1 ; 


1 


12,499,000 

3.000,000 

6, .537. 000 

.'jOO.OflO 

t)01,000 


.... 1 

i 




' 1 


i 1 


' 


150,000 






65.33 
64.00 


433,470 
' 400.000 


1 


i:::::::::^:::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::: 




, 


1 
_ 1 


1 


42.83 


2,280,.'500 




244,000 







Dollars. 
m405 

9,ori6,ooo 

12,000.000 

600.000 

255,700 

450.000 

60.000 

I 19,267,000 

580.110 

200,000 

44,277,000 

100,534 

221.000 

103.850 

32,000.000 

2, 426. 400 

111,050 

100.000 

209.2(i0 

4,000.(XK) 

1,150,000 

3,194,000 

830,000 

50,000 

130,500 

1.638.600 

4,358,000 

289,000 

40,000 

50,000 

1,357,989 

4,000 

100.000 

249,340,943 



225,000 

20,000 

342,690 

327,000 

1,571,600 

1,808,000 

630.000 

298,000 

50,000 

555,200 

400,000 

3,261,100 

38,499.000 

6.000.000 

9,037,000 

1.000,000 

1,601,000 

216,000 

.50,000 

• 663,470 

62.^), 000 

150,000 

59,600 

5,896,2.50 



No 



Amount 

per mile ol 

line. 



Cols. 8+6 



Dollars. 

26,099 
60,132 
79,397 
49.261 
37,438 
20,785 
24,000 
99. 319 
17, 120 
24,691 

372,388 
10.013 

115,104 
24,493 

149.226 

69.365 

- 7.870 

13,495 

2 220,274 

41,064 

103,511 

169,713 
21,626 
7,342 
12,452 
53,637 
53,8:i5 
24,083 
11,429 
7,143 
37,658 

7,407 
321,026 



12,712 
12,270 
29,440 
31,352 
30.422 
83,937 
48,055 
20.504 

* 50,524 
30,174 
40,000 
94,514 

.298,534 
92,096 
119.950 
61.880 
49.125 
12,872 

41,322 
29,013 
29,425 
24,390 
10,S36 
87,873 



240 
241 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
251 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
272 
274 
275 
276 
279 
283 
284 



287 
290 
297 
301 
303 
306 
308 
309 
310 
312 
315 
316 
319 
325 
327 
331 
332 
333 

334 
335 
336 

344 
345 



1 See page 310, note 1. 
s See page 310, note 3. 



« See page 310, note 2. 
4 See page 310, note 5. 



812 REPORT OF THE I^^TEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOX. 



Grolt II. 



Table II. — A-Mount op R.\il\v.vy C'AriTAL \t thb 



No. 



a-17 
3r,i 

a')7 
aw 
sm 

361 
382 
363 
364 
365 
367 
368 
370 
371 
376 
377 
378 
371) 
381 
382 
383 
38.) 
38(i 
387 

ass 

38;) 
;«K) 

3U2 
303 
307 
31)8 
403 
40i'> 
407 
412 
413 
414 
41.-) 
41 r> 
417 
A19 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
42.') 
427 
429 
8(> 
432 
4Xi 
434 



Al)l>r('viut«'d imino of roaU. 



A 



STOCKS. 



FU-VDKI) DEBT. 



Amount oiii- 
stimding. 



Amount 

per niilo 

of line. 



I ronton K . H 

J ohnst . Sc Stony Ck. K. U 

Kanou.i <\: I'rattsi). Ry 

Kcejvv., AusablcChrtsni & L. Chum 

R. K. 

Kotnvr <^- Kay Fork R v 

KishftcuxniiUas Vy. R. U 

Lack. & \Vyo. Vy. R. R 

CV.nt. Vv.* R. R 

Wilkortlwm^ R. It 

Scran. & N. En. R. K 

L. Cham, d: Mori»h R. U 

Lane, 0\f. & Sn. R. R 

J.iOit'toniii R V 

I»high A: Ilud. Riv. Rv 

Ornngp Co. R. H ' 

Lt'liigh A Now Eng. R . K I 

l^^higli Vv. R. R 

IJnlT. t'ic. R. R 

Del.. Sn^\. & Schoyl. R. R 

Eaflton A: Sn. R. K 

I^hlgh .V L. Krir R. R 

U»hlgh & X. Y. R. R 

I^'higli Vy. Ry 

U'hlgh Vy. R. R. of .\. .r 

Loyjtlso(rk R. R 

Montrose R. R 

Montros** Uv. ' 

ra:& N. V.t:inal& R. R.('.» 

Schiivl. <fcJ>Ahigh Vv. R. R 

Stftto Linp & SuiUviiii R. R ' 

Ligonior Vv. R. R 

Llttlo Falls A Doigev. R . R ' 

Manahawkin A Long 13. Tran^p. Co. 

Bamogat R. R j 

M(i. A Pa. R. R \ 

McKe<'spt. Con. R. R ' 

McKwspt. Torm. R. R 

Monongahola R. R ] 

Conni'llsv. & Moiiongah«4a Ry ■ 

Monongaht'la Con. R. R " ; 

Montour R . R I 

Morgani. «V: Kingwooil R. R 

Morrist. & ErioR. R ! 

Mt. IloiM^ Mini. R. R ! 

Mt. Jew.. Kinzutt A: Ritorv. R. U... 

Kush<><iiia R. R 

Moad Run R. R 

Smothport R. R 

Mt. iVnn Gravitv R. H 

Mt. rioa.s. A: I^tVoln- R. R 

Now lln V. Si Dunbajr R. R 

N. Y. A: I'a. Rv 

N. Y. Cont.A- find. Riv. R. R. «... 

Vmst., Churtft. A; Xn. R. R 

B(»eoh Ck. R. R 

Bw-clUk. Ex. R, R 



Dollars. 

200.000 
01.500 

120.000 
GO. 000 

m, uno 

?)1.*)2.') 
(KM). 000 
2.")0. 000 

2.T0.ono 

7.')0.1)00 
200,000 
200.000 
150.000 

1.340.000. 
200.000 

1.000.000 

40.441.100 

250.000 

1.500.000 

54a. 000 

25.000 

3. 803. 348 

11.200.000 

20.4a3.00') 

825.000 

100.000 



Dollars. 
20,513 
37. 500 
10. 400 
10. (v">8 

4, siV.) 

*.).{»• >2 

400.000 

.V>. i().) 

1S2. 482 
U3. 775 
2r..llO 

7. 143 

8.108 
21.202 
IS. im 

S.042 

131.S.-,9 

42.i)5.-) 

25). 076 

44,210 

8.503 

;J2.007 

22.498 

167.202 

16. 4ft'> 

3, 656 



^^ I 



I'ropor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
capital. 

lOOXCi.l.-.' 

Col. I'i 



Per cm!. 

100.00 

100.00 

61.. M 

25.5;i 

57. 0& 

100.00 

100.00 

16.67 

25.00 

26.78 

100.00 

50.00 

100.00 

33.42 

100.00 

22.57 

a3.43 

20.00 

100.00 

6.). 32 

2.04 

65.54 

37.. •« 

5.5. :u> 

lOO.iiO 
50.00 



.Vniouiit oul- 
standing- 

CnU. 
8 ri»-»-10-^ll 



Amount 
p<'rmiU» 
of line. ' 



Dollars. Dollars. 



75.000 
175. (CO 

22.000 



6.556 
31,028 

3.548 



1 


1,250.000 ! 178.827 

750.000 i .547.445 

2,050.000 174.320 


200.000 7.143 


2. 601). 000 1 42,231 


3.43»).o66 

« 80,541.000 

1.000.000 


27.58;< 

262. ea^. 

171.821 
......... 



300.000 

1.200.000 

2.000.000 

18.825.000 

16,47.5.000 



2,4. 474 

408.163 

17.XJ6 

37.814 

IHSM) 



100.000 



1,51 1.. ViO 

2.000.000 

» 7a5.('4'.l 

160.000 

250.000 

8. 1)00 

m, 000 

1.0O2..Y)O 

40.000 

12.IX)0 

1,428.00(» 

700.000 

7.50.000 

100.000 

200.000 

400. 0(X) 

160. 00«) 

80.000 

1.")0.1XX) 

45.1),7) 

90.000 

100.000 

13.000 

8.000 

,570.000 

149.197.800 

20.000 

6.000.000 

5,170.000 



it\.777 

47. :m 

;W. (i53 

13, 3;« 

21.225 

(^) 

6. 44W 

20. 1.57 

» 6S.1K16 

' 21.429 

40.000 

as. .5S0 

142, .^SO 

7.rt)2 

(l. .579 

:i 1.446 

.r . 38:1 

IS. 823 

5.040 

15.317 

12. 414 

12..')00 

12.2<)4 

1.524 

10. 1.55 

1S4.94S 

13. aa3 

;J6.408 
40..a54 



15. 10 
."4).riO 
7ii. l,s 

.'W.OO 

K)0.00 

100.00 

41.12 

100.00 

100.00 

.'i0.25 

4:MV7 

.■)2.26 

KiO.OO 

;u.6i 

.57.14 
100.00 

80.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

.V>. 15 
100.00 
100.00 

53. 27 

39.30 
100.00 

50.00 

,Vi.34 



s, ,-)<)(). 01)0 

2.000.000 

' J.'JO.OOO 

7.5. < IOC) 

2.')0.ono 



2. 02" >. ■•.■><» 



25. 527 



I 



1.414.0IVI 

oa3.(i)o 
6s.").(rA) 



395. (DO 

:wo.ooo 



20.000 



I 



.'lOD.dlU I S.9U8 
' 230. 114.845 ' 2S;->.(i27 



a 

b 

7 
8 
« 

Mich 



3. «i.56 



m, ii07 
17. 5W) : 
» 9. .583 I 
• 6.250 ; 
I 24.225 ' 



:r:).ii07 

40.779 I 
l,-*0.228 ■ 

2:J..5.V) , 



4.706 



'.♦9. 4W) 12. 425 



6.0^10.000 I ,3ii.<aOB 
4.013.219 I 31.270 



I Tncludoii bond.**. $2,000,000. liold in trr.vsury of C0Inp^>ny. 

« Rt'port for |X'rio<l .Inly 1 to .S«»i>tt inU>r 1, 1905; rforg:rnlzod as Montn)sr R. R. 

Excludes ?244..5K9, apportion^u •• to other propertit*s." 

ExcUkJos ?u').0(X). apiK>rtioriod •• to othtT protH»rtie!j." 

No niih'agc owni'd; niib-age operated 7.73 miles. 

Road Is 0..5S mile long; figures are on basis of 1 mile. 

Road is O.'H) mili^ long; fLgiires are on basis of 1 mile. 

.VIl capital la assigned to this group since no mileage Is owne<l in Group I. 

Jnrlndes $00..578,400, collateral tnist bonds, issued in exchaug(> for capital stock of L. Shore A 

h. ^n. Ry. and f 19,a3u,445 issued in exchange for capital stock of Mich. Cent. R. R. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



818 



Close op the Year ending J ink 30, 1906 — Continiu'd. 



9 



lO 



11 



12 



13 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
ci^pital. 

lOOXCoL b 



Col. U 



Per cent. 



38.46 
74.47 

42.31 



83.33 
75.00 
73.22 



jO.()0 



m. ">8 




97.90 
34.46 
0-'. 70 
44. 64 



W. 00 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds- 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Dollar!^. 



75,000 
175,000 

22.000 



SUMMARY. 



Total raih\-ay ' Amount 
capital. ; IXT mile of 



CoiH. 2+r» 

Dollars. 
200.000 



lino. 



Cols. 3+6 



1,250,000 . 

750,000 . 

2,050,000 ,. 



20«J,000 



2,«kV>»,(X)0 



3.4:«),000 ', 

5H,1(K),(K)0 '■ 
1,0(J0,000 j. 



10,0(»0.()()0 
, . #. 



3,141,000 



300,000 I. 

1,200,000 '. 

2,000,000 ;. 

18.825,000 j. 

16.475,000 '. 



100,000 



91 
195 
235 

52 

91 

600 

1,500 

1,000 

2,800 

200 

400 

150 

4.009 

200 

4,430 

120,982 

1,250 

1,500 

865 

1,225 

5,803 

30,025 

36,908 

825 

200 



500 
000 
000 

000 
925 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
100 
000 

ono 

000 
000 
348 
000 
000 
000 
000 



Dollars. 
20,513 
37,500 
17,046 
41,666 

8,387 

9,992 

400,000 

214,592 

729,927 

238,095 

28,110 

16,072 

8,108 

63,433 

18,692 

35,025 

394,464 

214,770 

29,970 

67,6^4 

416,6<)0 

50,303 

60,312 

302,178 

16,4a') 

7,312 



No. 



347 
351 
353 
3S6 

357 
358 
360 
261 
262 
363 
364 
365 
267 
368 
370 
371 
376 
377 
378 
379 
381 
382 
383 
385 
386 
387 
889 
388 
389 
390 
392 
303 
397 
398 
403 
406 
407 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
427 
429 
86 
4S2 
433 
434 



H4. IH) 
50.00 
2:{. 82 
31. 91 
50.00 



• X>- oo 



49.75 
^6.33 
47.74 



66.39 
42.86 



50.00 
43.66 



8,.')(H),000 |. 
2,000,000 ! 

230,000 ' 
75,000 ' 

250,000 



l,0i)9,450 



900,000 



30,000 



1,414,000 
903,000 
685,000 



12;>,000 
300,000 



270,000 



20.00 


20,000 ' 

I 












40. S.') • 


99,400 










46.73 . 




.tOO.OOO 


60.70 1 


8.>,000,000 


145,414,845 ' 







6,000,000 
3.704,000 



309,219 

I Sco page 312, note 1. 
' See page 312, note 5. 
* See page 312, note 7. 



« See page 312, 

* See page 312, 

• See page 312, 



10,011,550 

4,000,000 

« 965,601 

235,000 

500,000 

8,900 

50,000 

3,631,950 

40,000 

12,000 

2,842,000 

1,608,000 

1,435,000 

100,000 

595,000 

700,000 

160,000 

100,000 

150,000 

45,950 

90,000 

199,400 

13,000 

8,000 

1.070,000 

« 379,012,645 

20.000 

12,000,000 

9,192,210 

notes 3 and 4. 
note 0, 
note 9. 



7i,as4 

95,192 
40,2.% 
19,583 
48,450 

6,468 
4o,6S4 

» 6»,<m 

* 21.429 
79,787 
88,368 

272,814 

7,692 

19,573 

55,031 

37,383 

23,5-29 

5,940 

15,317 

12,414 

24,92.5 

12,264 

1,524 

19,063 

470,575 
13,333 
72,816 
71,624 



314 REPORT OF THE IKTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
.;i;.iii- H. Table II-— Auocnt <>v Railway CAPiTiL 



it.&Hukl.Rtv.R.R.— CoDId.' 













































J'J.n.i Ity. o! Biitl. 


l.OOO.IXX) 








£X 
















































EU..nv. 4 KJumiot EAR 


.ss 



rii'.i.r'HnwnA BltiB. il. R.. 

Wliarton Vy. Ry 

ncwpl. ii Shermoni Vy. f(. .'{ 

StM.Jctn.RT,. 

Nit&nvVy. ft I( 

N. Benjl i KmlrCk. It R 

NotthAQtp.ABhlhn R^. 

Nonrooit A &t. Lnw K. ri 

UlPtn Rtnvt R]r 

■()sw«yo Vy. H.B 

OwutoRri. Hy 

. pvacoydit PWU. R. R 

Pennnylvanla R. R 

AUegU.Vy, Ry... 



• S-v SiipplnAeni ftt md i^ Tdbk' for i ' ' 

• ln«rlM to sbow oorporaM lelatiun ... ^^. 
' A]aneovtir*iil>oiit lDnill«nIsinv< Tnllnu 
' Iiu^ludM bondi, m^. MA tn tni»sory ol 



73.223 «. 



^ 


■', 


B 






... 


rr" 








Viiiniinl-.ul 


Amount 


lllHUl. 


standing. 


KS 


OmViT^I 






rrrrm.l 


Doi:ari. 


DalUtTi. 
































































































10, «1 




































































44. in . 




I(I..Vi4 


.1-37 . 


1,^,000 


IT.SiO 




















































lao.no 


ii.;.'j(i 
















































































TAm 








17,.W0.«I(I 


ee,»« 



t Ry. Co, «l Sew Yo*. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



315 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continuod. 



9 



lO 



11 



12 



13 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. R 
Col. 12 



Per cent. 

' I 



G8.75 



46.15 
56.14 
94.43 
54.55 
44.56 



77.78 
ol. 86 



76.92 
47.36 
38.14 



31.17 
50.00 



FUNDED DEBT. 



SUMMARY. 



Designation. 



RondK. 



Dollars. 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Equipment 

tnis't 
obligations. 



Total railway ! Amount 
capital. I P<^r mile of 
Ime. 



80.36 



48.51 
51.73 
59.10 
40.00 
50.00 



50.00 
/57. 95 



41.97 
38.77 



Dollars. 



Dollars. 



1,100,000 



300,000 '. 

6,400,000 I. 

1,700,000 !. 

12,000,000 . 

5,225,000 !. 



3,500,000 
10,773,800 



750,000 

2,000,Ot)0 

300,000 



600,000 
1,000.000 



63.74 580,000 

83.33 . 50,000,000 

66.67 21,000 ' 

53.31 1,427,000 

50.00 250,000 . 

55.91 ! 4,604,436 ', 

42.63 I 1,200,000 '. 

I I 

.56.29 1,2,50,000 '. 

53.85 350,000 . 

20.50 700,000 . 

.'»5.66 216,000!. 

27.88 22,000,000 '. 

68.42 6.')0,000 '. 

50.00 1, .500,000 i. 



21,000 



424,0:J6 



7,2.50,000 



1,164,-500 



462,000 



450,000 



800,000 

75,000 

190,000 

200,000 

75,000 



100.000 
413,500 



46, 606, 930 
17,549,000 



142,216,500 



32,300,000 



Col8. 2+5 



Dollars. 

13, .503 

1,600,000 

5,000,000 

650,000 

11,400,000 

1,800,000 

> 22,000,000 

11,725,000 

100,000 

28,100 

4,500,000 

20,773,800 

250,000 

975,000 

» 4.223.000 

786,500 

989,000 

1,925,000 

2,000,000 

32,500 

275,000 

30,000 

910,000 

60,000,000 

63,000 

2,677,000 

500,000 

8,993,427 

2,81.5,000 

15,100,000 

6.50,000 

3,414,000 

2,480,500 

80,-579,983 

950,000 

3,000,000 

40,000 

560,000 



1 See page 314, note 1. 
• See page 314, note 3. 
A See page 314, note 7. 
' See ^Bfi-ge 314, note 9. 



345,360 

* 1,649,285 

145,000 

321,468 

6 500,000 

150,000 

75,000 

70,000 

200.000 

713,500 

40,000 

30,000 

50,000 

526,871,780 

45,267,598 

» See page 314, note 2. 

* See page 314. note 6. 

* See page 314, note 8. 

* See page 314, note 10. 



Cols. 3+6 



Dollars. 

» 54,013 
34,896 
54,639 
49,094 
62,575 
377,358 
161,090 
206,317 
48,780 
10,000 
60,032 
50,354 
29,138 
34,223 
28,189 
27,347 

186,252 
29,952 

181,488 

26,210 

49,460 

5,803 

27,676 

125,269 
28,507 
38,646 
27,578 
52,875 

65,359 

262,153 
52,420 
27,541 
42,157 

252,784 
35,004 
55,908 
10,840 
14,633 

27,023 

52,693 

21,323 

10,482 

35,997 

31,578 

6,250 

8,750 

26,666 

25,527 

• 20,000 

' 93,750 

• 500,000 

385,852 

172,816 



No. 



435 
436 
437 
438 
439 
440 
441 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 
448 
449 
450 
451 

452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
93 

463 
95 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 

475 
476 
477 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 



316 REPOKT OF THE I^'TEKSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Groli' II. 



Table II.— Amount of Railway Capital at thb 



6 



No. 



493 
494 
495 
490 
497 
498 
499 
500 

501 

r>02 

503 

504 

505 

506 

507 

508 

509 

510 

511 

512 

513 

514 

514 

515 

510 

517 

518 

619 

520 

521 

522 

523 

528 

533 
5:)4 
535 

r>3o 

5:i7 
640 

538 
539 
540 
543 
544 
54«i 
547 
r>4K 
549 
ru'M 
551 
55:} 
554 
555 
55(i 
558 
5.')0 
500 



STOCKS. 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Al)broviHtcd name of roud. 



Pcnn.sylvanla R. K.— Continued, 
liald Eagle Vy. R. R 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Bodlord & Bridgept. Ry. 

IkHlford & Holiidaysb. R. R , 

BrookviUe Ry • 

Cambria <fc CWrf. Rv 

Del. Riv. R. K. & Brg. Co ' 

Frevh. & Jamcsb. Agdcl. R. R 

Harrisl'., Ports., Mt. Jov 6: Lane. 

R. R. 

Johnsonbuiff R. R 

Kink. tV New Lisbon R. U 

Lane. & Quarryv. R. R 

I^^^i^b. & Tyrone R. R 

MillHt. <S: New Bnins. R. U 

N. Y. HavR. R I 

Perth Amb. <t Woodbrg. R. R ' 

Phila. iV: B. Ilav. R. R ' 

Philu. A: Erie R. R 

Phila. & LonffBrh. R. R 

l*om«rov & Newk. R. R 

Ridg. A: Cleaff. R. R 

S. W. Con. Ry 

8. W. Pa. Ry.» 

Tipton R. R 

Uiiiterl N. .1. R. R. <b Caujii Co 

Bel vid(w Del. R. R 

Camden «k liurl. Co. R. R 

Mt. IIollv, Lumb. & M«'df. R. R.. 

Philii. <Vt"Tiy?nton H. K 

Conneeting Rv 

Roekv U. K. R.*& Transp. Co... 

Vinc«Mit. Brh. of Burl. Co. R. R.. 
Wn. N. Y. & Pa. Ry 

Kinzua Vy. R. R 

York Ilav. & Row«nna R. R. » 

Bait., Chos. & Atl. Rv 

Md., IM. & Va. Ry 

Cumb. V V. R. R 

Cunib. Vy.. & Martlnsb. R. R.... 

Cumb. Vy. & Wavm-sb. R. R.... 

Dillsb. ^ Meehab.'R. R.^ 

Sn. I'jj. Rv. 4: Min. Co 

Long I. li. k 

.iHruMlca 6i S. Shor* R. R 

N. Y. & Rkawav. IJ. Rv 

N. Y.. Bklyn. «Sf" M.mh.B. Rv.... 

N. Y., I'hilft, & Norf. R. R 

Nn. Cviit. Ry 

Elm. ^^ L. Ont. R. R 

Elm. & Wimam.«?pt. R. R 

Lvkons Vv. R. R. A: Coal Co 

Sham. Vy. A F'ottsv. R. R 

York, Han. A Fn-d. R. R 

Bait. A Sparrows I't. R. R 

Union R. R. of Bait 

Phila.. Bait. A Wash. R. Fi 

Col. A Port. Deposit Ry 

Delaware U. R *. 

Dd., Md. A Va. R. R 



Dolldrs. 

1,53.'), 000 

iiOO.OOO 

200,000 

71,450 

4.835.913 

1.300.000 
2a'>.<i00 

1.182.550 



200. 

40. 

350. 

1.200. 

95, 

rm, 

228. 
200. 
10,38,>, 
7ti5. 
.500. 
491. 
Iti. 



000 
000 
000 
000 
7.')0 
000 
400 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



43. iV) 

21.240.400 

1.25.3.000 

381.925 

95.r>.W 

1.259.100 

3.«U3.U')0 

45. TOO 

2,'), 000 

20.000,000 

105. (X)0 



2.."i00.0(K) 

3.000.()(K) 

1.777.H.:;<) 

700.000 

ir),ooo 



Dollars. 

10,3-28 
12,203 
10,935 
5.915 
12.301) 
1.3«). 5.'>.> 
10,832 
22. 4»)5 

10. 1,57 
3,842 
23.011 
14,108 
14.485 
.3(j.84() 
.v.. 082 
It). 025 
33,82<i 
15. 705 
18.727 
18.085 
9.091 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 

railway (Amount out- 
capital, standing. 

100XCi>l. 2 cobt. 

Il'oi. la : 81-9+10+11 



rer cent. Dollars. 



9,741 

I 100.238 

15. 490 

12, S'29 

Hj. 103 

47 . 875 

98,572 

19,100 

9,058 

3 ,^3.81.8 

10,500 



2S, 519 
38,870 
19.770 
20.H02 
0. mi 



83.84 
2<).09 
100.00 
100.00 
.50.95 
,50.00 
.37. 22 
02. 82 

50.00 
100.00 
100.00 

80.31 
100.00 

10.97 
100.00 
100. 00 

34.;J8 

50. .tQ 
100. 00 

.50.00 
100.00 



290,000 
1,700.000 



4,055,000 

1,300,000 

498. (iOO 

700,000 

,200,000 



294, 175 



4,050,0-24 



19.823.000 
750.000 



491.000 



100.00 
.')1. 50 
31. 31 
,52. 18 
m, 05 

100.00 
04. 48 

100.00 
02. .K) 
40.01 

100.00 



0(». t»7 

00. 00 

70. 54 

100.00 

100.00 



8U), 
12,000, 

.500, 
1.000. 
1.000. 
2. .500. 

17. ia3. 

1,.')00. 
1.000. 

000. 

809, 

400. 

I.tO. 

2,100. 

23.494. 

1,000. 

2.987. 

620, 



000 
000 
000 
000 
(XX) 
000 
400 
000 
OOt) 
000 
450 
000 
000 
000 
,'>75 
000 
225 
758 



.37.,3K3 

.37.933 

91.575 I 

85. 179 I 

.54.585 

22.321 

110.8110 

1.5. W)9 

13. -245 

,30,437 

22.fi07 

7,194 

27.024 

221. a53 

107,828 

23, 4:« 

12,a34 

5,407 



."XV 14 
23. 32 

100, (K) 
33. 51 
3«i. as 
40. 9H 
71. 00 
7,5. 0») 
.39.48 

100.00 
30. .30 
72. 73 

100.00 

100.00 
54. 02 
.35.71 
7<i. 85 
33.73 



Amoimt 
per mile 
of line. 



Dollan. 

3,149 
34,574 



11.845 

136.555 

18,270 

13,298 

10, 157 



3,458 



208.940 



04.568 
15,398 



18,085 



30,001.(i25 

2,749.000 

a50.000 

75,000 



1,991.000 



• 15.000 
29.990.000 



< 1, '250. 000 

* 2,000.000 

587.000 



O^-i.OOO 
« 39.4«il.703 



1.9S4.000 
1.72«>.000 
3.(KX).000 
0.822.000 
,500.000 
1.533.000 



2,000.000 
150.000 



« 94,392 
33,984 
ll,7.5l» 
12,626 



.54.310 



5, 43,5 
» 50.785 



14.'2IK) 

2S.913 

6, .529 



29.201. 
124.740 



168.995 
94.214 
32.143 
46.380 
5.019 
20.305 



52,002 
2,608 



20.000.000 

1.800.000 

900.000 

1.035,000 



91.780 

42.174 

3.626 

10,623 



I Report for nine months ending Mareh 31. lOOti; mergwd in Pennsylvania R, R. 

» On basis of 211.90 milef, which includes 00 iiiile.s of canal. 

> On ba.sis of ,590..53 miles, which includes 150.47 miles of " proprietary companies. 

* Covers streamers as well as railway lines. 

6 Report for period, July 1, 1905. to Febniary 3. 190l»; merged in Cumb. Vy. R. R. 

« Excludes $2,9,'>7,000, apportioned "to other properties." 



tt 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IK THE UNITED STATES. 
> THE Year enuini; Jcse 30. 1SW6— Cntiniied. 



317 



7 


s 1 s 


lo 1 11 


■ a 


^■^ 


,™..„.„, 




a™«A»V. 1 


railway 
I'lpltal. 

Ptt ctnt. 




Tot«l mlliniy 
™piUI. 

Doltor.. 
1,831.000 

'is 

,li 

2as,4flo 

30, m 000 

'snoinoo 

982.001 


DaOar,. 1 


B.„,„. j "SI?- 


























SI. 78 
50.00 


























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saoo 




















^4.1. aw 
• tlnoL'.QOU 

T3I.<C» 
170. ILW 

1, an. 100 

ss 

49.BDn.0OO 
103,000 


1 101, i™ . 
40.474 


IS. en 

47.82 
«.U6 


30,001, KM .. 

2.r4H,0TO 

a-w.floo 

7S,M«. 

i;B9i:666" ::::::::;::::: ::::::::::;::: ::::::::;;;;:: 


59,90 


ig,9Bn,i«) 




is 




in, -wo 






WOO 
21 4B 




7no.n» 

125.000 


i^^ 








^S{5 








"S:?", 






Si 




'sooion 
a, 100. (eo 

150,000 

43;4H575 
2, BOB. 000 
3,087.225 
i;SHI.73S 


OU,.WH 








ML 40 
01.31 

SII.OE 
38.40 
M.OO 
























183,2^) 


















nB.ra 






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............................ 


0.^, 






flO.J7 


16,070,000! 4.n30.ono 








B5,«I4 








1 


10,030 



3I-! 



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V." j r .-^ ■•* '^■-t ■■!:.■- r^ ft. T-: 

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R. K. i « -: 



11 



¥.. yLAT^r.r,T R. R 

M.IU ■£. t Mini* H. Ni-. ^* R. R.i.o. 

M'T^- J. A-S?h:irl. tUr. R. R 

yL'.t'xTr. .4 r-or < irr P:. R 

N'-.rr.<r. .v 5f.»(r r.,r>- r.-. R. R... 

N'--rr.»t. ktr:. R. R 

N. f.i R. R 

Pr.lLi. '. Frj.-.iff. R. R... 

f T: -.1. >* ri'Vi'I. r-rm. R. li.. 

Fr.;L*.. '••'•rnuir.t. A Norrlrt. R. R_ 
fi/n-.. ':th R. R 



i •"'■..;,£.. ;ijrr>rt. .i. I'ittsb. R, 

R-.i fi^:t R. R 

' .V I>hUrti R. R 

Vt, Nav. -t R. R.< .■ 



k... 



- 7" fcl * • ■ 

Sh-irr. . j» l^^. <t L»'T( i«:i. R. R 

W 1:... \ St.. R. F: 

At! • v R. R 

r.ir.t:.i ■.'■VIA A Fopli'v. R. R 

t>..--. ri r>L RiT. R. R 

«n-t!v--", ,t HArri«b. Rj 

M.d'fM. A Hr;.Vir.:^:«t. R. R 

N. E. Fa. R. R 

i'ftv'.'yrT.' n Fi. R 

i'>.iLt. A Th*^ •'.. vv. :: . rc 



1'.. i\ 



j. 1^« 1--I 

J4. " r- 

' : >; V« 

J^ >v. 

■>,r-ir. Iv 

7. »>■' 
••7. A<i 

i^M. -3I> 

257. J:l-j 

l.riilj.'jC'l) 

* . 'f*> 

i.rsn. tt) 

4&T. 7.Ti> 

323. .r.5 

4.JIO.J0O 

5..>C IV- 

3jo '.«:•' 

>,5iji).'ji.'i; 

V2.Ct.lii 

•i.orjO.'/iri 

r.yj. •vn; 

.>7'-. ««.■>'• 
2.0tt>-««) 

3. '-25. TO"/ 
■er"..'4:i' 

175. rtX- 

1. .%).«*> 
7.>5. i«:0 
!.^-25.t:rt> 

2.ro>.i.rt) 

fr>..r3 

230. •JIT, 

5i-.««W 

17*.. H^ 

•Tiij.ijit* 



D*n',*ir*. ?-:r 'HTU. Da*.:r;. r-txiirt 



39). WO 



i -r.;. pr.? V-. R. R 

I'ort R. Mil. P.. R 

Rr*.l. .V fV.l. R. R 

R» li.. Mali. A Ifar. R R 

R:ir-rt 4 Blr-*im.v». R. R 

.SU.ny fk. R. R 

Tarr-*qi;a. IliiZ. A Nn. R. K 

I'hiLi. IMt Lin- R. K 

I'.ttrt*. A Aib'gh. Riv. Fi. Ft 

l'[n<],.,\iiegh.&\lcK-fiHr^k' R.R 

Hoii'l :* '-..13 ir.iU* lon^: n^n-n &T»i on ^»*si^ of i miip. 

Rf'prrt ('ir nirv months (^r.flir.ff MAprrh .11, If^rjti: m^rgird in FhiU.. Ball. JL WasIi. R.R. 

R/m<j i« ♦1.75 mik longr, fljpin-^ anr on \m»\n oW mil» . 

Rrwid i". O.Xt n»il*» long; fUp^n-'^ *!»• on iokfi* r»t 1 mi^. 

R'rid 151 0.75 mtkr lon^: Afpin-^ nf- on tKti^i.^ of 1 mile. 

R'-w&d '> O..")? mil^ long: flgiir*'^ Hr*- on \rtfi* of I mile. 

On Ixt*!- of ;)4//7 milffl, wtiMrh »xrr!ijrl#^ H..1»t miles Icasi^d to HiinU'r? Run A SUte Belt R. R. 

No rr.iXrugH ownerl; miksmff: opc.rttUd, 2iJ0 miles. 



•4. 4,!P 
«■; Ti 

j^ ':-- 

.17 lT^ 

7 Li4 

2!>. -i*^ 

« :■>. .«.ri 

'•7 1 '*2 

•1.2."j»).«)M) 
4h. ■»«• 

Iff. rrT 

4:. 1t7 

^ "70 

100. 171 

i:2.<Mi) 

"• .■)4.«\,54 

'■. ->>. 4r-i 

! U^ 

C *■! 

12.7^ 

». "».?»> 



14.471 

7.477 

17.''.! I 

r.w* 

:.V 45i> 
J>. 1...4 
51. .V.5 
74. '-I 

»> :il>» 
3! M7 
:7. 4?7 
.V. 272 

t:.r.J5 

I* 

30. (»C 



i-y. "-0 

-1-4 

HI. n> 

■!r,. 14 

:■**. Jl> 

•^2.23 

:• •'. 'jl> 

J2.»I 

:*»;. ',«.' 
•V'. -ii:' 
'>■- .11 

"A i.l 

IT'. •:!? 

. . 7'i 



!<:•.' •]«} 
I-^. '77 
.--1. '^f 
4i72 

l'>*. '.O 
»'. •"«.> 
*'. I o 

.=« ' .»> 

:•>- i*: 
>> 'I'l 

44.^2 

75. ■*7 

51. oO 
."•• W 

»*=. 4* 

.V. 42 



J7. 14 

!iO ••» 

li.i*. iM 

,U 47 

A\ 1.4^ 

im If) 
loaco 



7-;!. )IJO 
2.J»;'.'!«! 



244. -^S 
2f *47 
27. •>3m 
:4.7->4 



! ♦: J iiift 



^'.. 



I. H».'W;. 



I7.>«* 

•.•7. :'»2 
::..>:o 



*'..?2& 
>.«i32 



■i«3.m;i:' 14. w I 



2.70. •»«) 

r7.'4i) 



' k:..>33 

7J. OO 



2."ji}i}.i.««: 

75\ •M^ 

2. 'if'. "Ill 

7'.-.' Ml" 

4 -TI*! ■.««> 



^:.4i»i 
12.7>2 

2bL>» 
4. 571* 



l\ :*3 



♦.V.».W 

I.y24.»*« 

jJ«l>. .>I0 
1.417.<>'W 

.vl2 Kit 
l.-7i«j.«r«» 
2.t>Ti).*'0 



i:.430 
30.211 

i:.. soi 

to. 2(» 
». • -f > 

:i». 721 

:7. 474 



W. 757 
30. -JT* 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



819 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 
Col. 1J8 



Per cent. 



74.36 I 
4C.82 
40.47 i 
33.66 I 



8 



9 



lO 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



Misoella- 

neous 

obligations. 



Dollars. 



725,000 

2,200,000 

185,000 

180,000 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

tnist 
obligations. 



12 



13 



SUHMABT. 



Dollars. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Col«. 2+5 

Dollars. 

192,000 

975,000 

4, 099. 184 

457,100 

534,750 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols, 3+6 



Dollars. 



329 
63 
68: 
43 



391 
753 
326 
832 



No. 



1 581,818 561 



563 
563 
564 
565 
569 
566 
567 
568 
569 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 

583 

584 
585 
586 
.'88 
580 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
507 
598 
599 
600 
(iOl 
602 
C03 
•604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
Oil 
612 
613 
014 
015 
016 
017 
(il8 
019 



37.77 I 
77.' i9* 



50.00 
33.69 



00.87 
50.00 



22.24 



83.33 
64.91 
54.28 
50.00 



50.00 
50.00 
50.00 



50.00 
33.68 
55.38 
24.03 



48.50 



50.00 
56.20 
33.51 
46.58 
77.65 
42.86 
07.00 I 



06.53 i 
50.00 I 



5,914,000 
'67,'683,"952 



1,500 



450,000 
2,215,000 



000,000 
1,800,000 



495,000 



250,000 

37,000 

6,391,000 

500,000 



2,000.000 
750,000 
000,000 



2,000,000 
760,000 

4,500,000 
135,000 



565,000 



400,000 
1,924,600 

380,510 
1,417,000 

332.300 
1,500.000 
1,000,000 



350.000 
300,000 



2,000 



1,000,000 



100,000 

200,550 

15,661,655 

7,500 

87,683,952 

1,268,884 

900,000 

0, 574, 500 

487,500 

195,650 

897,215 

3,(i00,000 

59,000 

2,225.450 

2,487,850 

497,750 

323,375 

4,210,200 

282,350 

300,000 

57,000 

11.773,150 

1,000,000 

8,500,000 

2,246,900 

12,050 

4.000,000 

1,500,000 

1,200.000 

570.050 

4,000,000 

2,262,000 

8,125,000 

501.900 

40.000 

1,105,000 

175,000 

800,000 

3,^4,600 

1.136,610 

3,042.000 

427,955 

3,500.000 

2,958.373 

250.000 

50.000 

520. 100 

000.000 

200.000 

30.000 

75,000 



12689—07 21 



» See page 318, note 1. » See page 318, note 3. 

* See page 318, note 4. < Sec page 318. note 5. 

» See page 318, note 6. < See page 318, note 7. 

7 See page 318, note 8. 

^7 01 



37 

7 

47 

« 10 

246; 

285, 

194 

63 

1,250 

48 

69 

117 

19 

62 

79 

45 

84 

100 

112 

* 400 

6 154 

136 

369 

6,538 

107 

1 

84 

203 

25 

52 

127 

25 



48 

19 

7 

B 34 

27 

30 

89 

47 
139 

38 
165 

55 

39 

31 

52 

60. 544 

42.735 

(') 

50,000 



175 
124 
254 
000 
726 
143 
384 
861 
000 
548 
877 
264 
667 
901 
030 

457 
875 
171 
940 
000 
054 
263 
004 
461 
193 
348 
922 
252 
504 
559 
836 
586 
493 
047 
477 
194 
559 
900 
345 
456 
990 
176 
010 
431 
308 
847 
244 



320 REPORT OP THE ISTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Group II. Table II. — Amount op Kailwat Catral at t 



rcWstKl name ol road. 



1K» PIttsb., SMwraut i; No. R. I 



v.&CUrlonR.B. 



Qiukprt. & En. R. K 

Rsritiin rSv. R. R. ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
. RaciMn Tpna. £ Tnnap.Co.. 

Reynoldiv. it PiUbCk.R. R.. 

Rnckdalp It. R 

, Bt. LTilr Turai, R. it 

BeootkcRy 

aocrttdftleCoD. R. R 

— jrL.Ry 



MS I SkaofatPlf 



SUM). &N,Y. R. R 

Susq., BlDoiijib.it BenvickR.R.. 

BUBQ, Blv. ii Wn. R. II 

Tuclerton K. R 

TuKBroH Vy. R. R 



e$7 Ulster & Del. R. B.. 



i.folPt.) 

^jhetaao. R. R. 

BUokwalerOon. R. R. . 



MO . llonongal 



Pnnber. i IIM 



, d:II|Bbt>C. R 

I Unln* JiN. rwkRr.. 
I Valley R.R. tot P4.I... 



I'.BldcBellR.R.. 



Bait. & CumK Vy. B. R. Ex.. 

Bait. ACumh. Vr.Ry 

Bait. & llunl*l>.1ly 

t Hartal. - - ■- 



677 Bait. & llanfal'. Rv„ 
KH Waah. i-Frank. Ry. 



Dellan. 
6T,Mi 
H,33S 



]&,oaa 

14, m 
msia 






iu.«> 


600,000 


14. MO 


so. 00 
so'M 


190,006 

«6;666' 


11,000 

■iB:»i 


m.M 


170.000 


7,!7B 


61. to 


•ss 


'1:S! 








60. 00 


mooo 
















I4.M 


*75.«74 


m.'sie 








82.37 


i.rno.ooo 


IB, ll« 



fi4.U I 



IIU.CKI 



R.ISt ' 



£0.00 I 160.0CO 6.6611 

M.H -2,000.000 12.«M 

10.00 aia.oao io.4« 

38. M ! 3.160.000 Zn,6B4 

]H,4tl BIJ.OOO 114,607 

Koioo V ' . .^^WMV."" 

63.14 luu.ucu 6,au 

100.00 

100.00 

loaoo - 

07. G6 ICO.DOQ 4.34B 

lOO.M 

7S.B2 _ va.OOU 17.053 

M.K 'Vj!wo leioob 

mItO "48.'s0O loioOT 

SI. 07 nna.ooa io.4S5 

100.00 1 

60.00 240,000 10,000 

M.4I S78.000 19,780 

60.00 1.600.000 I 67.001 

42. W 120,000 10,000 



I Rojid In hands of RMVli-er: figures from sUCnnent of 00 
< Eicliiii»«HS<»,000, appDrtlODwl "to oth«r properttPs." 

> Uonguge bonds, 1600,0X1, Jasued at coLlat«ia] wcitrttv to 

■ Rpprewntscash paid In on stock not yet IssuBd. 

4 On basis 0117-03 miles, the mileage projected; mileage c<i 

> Eicludellio.OOa, appoltloned "toolber propertlei." 

■ ExcludM 1126,000. apportioned "to other propFit la*." 
• Xo mllesRoirded: mileage oporated, 24.4J miles. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



321 



Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
raUwav 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 
Col. 12 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Misoellar I 

neous I 

obligations. < 



Inoome 
bonds. 



Pir cent. 
59.99 



Dollars. I Dollars. 
14.055.000 



Dollars. 



50.00 



50.00 
56.06 



500.000 

i86,'666* 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 
407,684 



1» 



13 



SUMMARY. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 



Dollars. 

1 25,563.284 

600,000 

s 41,000 

1,000.000 

75.000 

360,000 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cola. S-t-8 



Dollars, 

165,160 

24,336 

> 2,400 

' 28.680 

4,688 

24,000 



No. 



620 
624 
626 
627 
<«28 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
G34 
636 
638 



400,000 



45.95 



48.40 
49.30 



50.00 



85.(30 



47.63 


1.000,000 


41.18. 


^ 700.000 


45.45 


125.000 


15.32 


99,883 


50.00 


150.000 


60.42 


2,900,000 


50.00 


200,000 


61. 16 


2.000.000 


83.56 


813.000 



31.86 



2.44 



26.18 
78.05 
4&70 
37.06 
53.30 
48.93 



50.00 
71.59 
50.00 
57.14 
31.07 



170,000 

'938.066* 
17.500 



100.000 



160,000 



100.000 



383.000 
55.776,000 

72,800 
230,000 

48,500 
690.000 



240,000 
378,000 
1,500.000 
120.000 
545,000 



475.674 



1,150.000 



62,500 



800,000 

« 20.000 

370.000 

21,126 

1,938,000 

35.500 

10.000 

120.000 

200.000 

81.000 

600.000 

10.000 

665.674 

70,000 

144,000 

e 2,099.500 

1,700,000 

275.000 

662,125 

300,000 

4,800.000 

400.000 

5,160.000 

973,000 

10,000 

20.250 

602.150 

20,000 

'U,000 

112,100 

4,100,000 

160.000 

1,463.000 

■ 71,461,400 

149,500 

020,600 

91,000 

1,410,000 

563.750 

480,000 

628,000 

3,000.000 

210,000 

1,922,802 



1 See page 320. note 2. 
• See page 320, note 6. 
ft See page 320. note 8. 
» See page 320, note 10. 



> See page 320, note 4. 
4 See page 320. note 7. 

* See page 320. note 9. 

* See page 320, note 11. 



36,782 

20,000 

16.046 

6.600 

289,254 

6.753 

10.000 

17,493 

40.000 

4,500 

84,602 

5,000 

73, 115 

9.722 

67.000 

38,041 

30,635 

20,220 

21,207 

11,112 

37.238 

20,896 

346,10) 

137.042 
10,000 
(•) 

20,605 

4.000 

16,000 

14,172 

178,201 
37,500 
65,138 

183,183 
82,8.57 
23,401 
30.033 
2l,3&i 
33.961 
32,000 
27,629 

115,384 
17,500 
41.801 



642 
643 
644 
645 
640 
647 
648 
660 
652 
663 
664 
655 
660 
657 
658 
669 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
683 
6»i 
685 



322 KEFOHT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Onfii p III. Table II. — Amount of Railway Capital at thb 



.\U«h. AS. SldeBj. 
AnsdlH^ BetHivBl 
AbW. & Wb. R. ft... 
BuJt. It Ohio R. R. 1 



llnFennes, Ind 
A WhEQl. B 
Clcv. Term. * Vy. B, t 



, J.or. A WheoL By 

Obio & LltUo Kftai '' ■■■•■""" 



PIttsh.. Dfiwemn & L. Erlp R. R 
Ueo'lv.. ConaeB.ut L. A UnvsT 
R.n. 

Wn. AUegb. R. B 

BoyncCj'.. Ua^ordd: Alpena It. R.. 



Chlo., Iiidpli. & Ldu1»%-. Ry. . 

lad. BtonoB, R 

CIn. * WeilwoodR.R 

On., BludtonAChir. R. R... 
nn., Ororgnt. & 1 



CIn.. Ham. & Diy. Ry.i 

CIn.. Find. & Ft. w'sy. By 

CIn., Indpli. AWn-Hy. f. 



SLlne in Indiana and 
:Mkh. H,K 

Home a™. R. B 

rhlc, cTo. A Loiiliv. I 

Tol. Ry. A Term. Co. 

Tins-., Cin., ClUc. A Bt. L. Ry. '. 



D. A Louliv. R. R.. 



JLfnr eut ol Terre' llauU<, 
Ind.] 
1. Nn. R.lt 



rin. 

Dsy. A Ln. n. a 

Loilliv, A JeSv. Bis. Co 

Mt. Oil. B, Line Ry,» 

Peoria A En. Ry.^ 

Iljue eaat of DanvlUc, Ill.| 

Cols. A L. Mich. B. R 

Cola. A8n. Ry 

Day., I.«b. A tin. B. R 

Drirav Con. R. R 

Del. A rharii^volx R. R 

Dft. A UacUnM^ By 

■■ ■ ■ ~ ■ ah •'■ 

... Jl Ir 
Arhorl 
E. Jordan A Sn. B. R 

' .Vnderaon A Lapnl 
I S-v Supplpm 
t AllcajiiUI i! ___. 
> Iiicludea taOO.OOO. 



1.1.000, DOO 

2i3ao!0DD 
3S0.0D0 
GO. ODD 
500,000 

'louiooo 
i.ooo.nn 

500.200 
IKI.OOO 

w.ooo 



11,000.000 

i,«2s!ooo 

S29.0D0 

20,000 

2.000.000 

331. OCO . 



11.413 
a.7H 
Mfl.OTT 

"xi'-in' 



tend of Table lor totals 
;npd to tbia RToup since 

.... bond! ot Cin. i Day. 

Tol. Find. A Sprinsl. R. R. 
■>»,wWcl ■ 



railway . 
capital. 






is:t54:ooo ao'.wn 

200.000 S.lM 


'' 77;70i Iriois 



miloagc Is ow 
f.-. KoO.OOO, b> 

'h includp* 35.87 mlh^ o[ 



It, 043. 000 20,308 

253.000 . 27.440 

17.7m 

..Doolooo 

.2.11.000 
.ISO.ODO 



834.000 I 3S.W3 



K.ZSI.5n 38,3)8 



71. 7S 
27.73 I 
2&g3 



3, 500.000 
SZ3.000 



,3«,1J4 

io.iai' 

IR.STl 



Is named in note 2. 
I uiieaa lownanip; no atocK or bonda lanued. 
terminal trarka, Btation huUding, and other pn^mt: 
treaaury ol company. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IS THE UNITED STATES. 
B THE Year ending Jume 30, 1906 — Continued. 



' 


' 


• 


.0 


" 


IZ 


13 




™...„..,. 


.,.™.„. 




—frdtrit- 

Per tenl. 

5.147 


Designation. 


ToUl railway 
capiWl. 

Col,, J+1 


f nlM. !+I 


TSa. 


DoOari. 
BMpSSI.SnS 


obltgaioiu. 

DoOan. 

1W.07B.408 


Income 

D-Alart. 
3t.7Sl,«18 


«, 350. 098 




00,710 












liso:D0O 
103,323! SI 4 

19,843,000 

i2,«eo,ooo 

'400,000 

1,000,000 
7.',0,200 
1,(20,000 

300: 000 

30,442,000 
268,000 

aisooiooo 

1^,251,000 
7], rail 297 
n,342,fcW 

100,000 

^■'^■^ 

10. we. 000 
re:ioo:3ro 

4,B2.<000 


10.000 

113.776 
103,917 

io:7is 

330.327 
15<,'i«7 
18,398 

if 

68:737 

48, W7 
•2I1,W9 

to! 050 
44,213 
42,110 

(L3:U25 

20,osa 

9 7W 
1.894,231 
























M-iH 

31.49 
43.07 


iog,7nB,a8u 
znloDO 




IW,M3 










si.ooo 
























■moo 




.i;7.m;ooo 








IZ.OOO.UDO 

300.000 














1 






3:1.33 
ie.oo 


2^.000 

1,300.000 






























40. o§ 
W.40 

33.00 

43.01 


l(,0t2,D«) 

ss 

834. «n 
i.ooo.io) 

a) 81 7^573 
2,J28.«)0 














































2,M».000 














117,701 






„ 










m'.en 

71.07 


:M, 163,303 
5:030:000 
3. .WO. (MO 

44,S30,0Sn 

1,000,000 

2Zj;000 
3,500,000 






4,<iL'S,D0O 

swilooo 




















J,7DN,54;j 
181,447 
































110.00 


B,30a,!130 
S23.000 




2,500,708 




13,354,707 
1,044,000 
2, 000! 000 

soiooo 

3; 647, 000 

i4:2,«:ooo 

mIooo 


70,267 
39,141 

18: 121 

7<i,ais 
































mm> 
































49! i« 

40.12 


7,000,000 






mom 










.,.«)0.000 




2.134,4C<) 























324 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Gnour III. Tablk II. — Amount of Railway Capttai at the 




Ft, W»y.4Jaolc. R. R.... 
JaiDOst. & Frank. It. R . . . . 
Kal. 4 White Plceon R, U. 

Kal., All. 4 0t. Rap. R.U 

Mahon.foal R. R i 

Nn.Cent.MlPh. H. H: 

Obprlln A- La firangp Hy 

Slurgia, Ooahpn & St. I.. Ry 

Chic., Ind. &Sn. R. R. ' 

( Line in Indiana and Miphl- ^ 

Dim]f.^Usgh.Vy.A*ltt.li,R.E ' 
aiippLcnuint at end of TbMo (or total! 

;lre capital stock 138,700, apportion"] ' ■ 



4G.«> 


lioooiwo ' 


.OTS.MR 
09,979 


mSI 


7i0.0TO| 


ZU,OM 




can 


OK, 000, 


U.2U 


am 


ai'.iooo ; 


3,874 


.W.CO j 


250. «o, 


S.»45 






29. U II 


1!>,75«,«» 1 


107, <W) 






'"' 1 









1,525,000 I 2i,iai I 



3,W00.0«n M,IM1 1 






t olhpr properCips.' 



•Not actual capital «( 



c 1,'nilpd Htfttn*. Name Inserted to ahoii- corporal" rrlallon ot 
It ot capital in\-cit(Hl by original proprietor w 



% mill- long: flmirpi 
" Inciudea bonds, KOI^M 



» of proprietary companlea. 



) ol Kal. i White TIgtaa R. B. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES, 
Close of the Year ending June 30, 190G — Continued. 



326 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
oapitaL 

lOOXCol. 5 



Col. 18 



Per cent. 
54.37 



47.40 
34.27 



8 



9 



lO 



II 



i:e 



13 



FXJNDED D£BT. 



SUMMARY. 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 

57,201,591 



2,937,100 
414,000 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Income 
bonds. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. , 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 



No. 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 3+6 



Dollars. \ Dollars. 
11,925,816 



Dollars. ! Dollars. 
5,341,043 ; 13(>,9(>5,770 



6,196,300 
1,208,100 



Dollars. 
321,026 



49,994 
36,532 



284 



780 
781 
782 
784 
785 

7m 

7t»2 

793 
794 
705 
797 
798 
803 
804 
805 

806 
807 
808 
809 
811 
813 
814 
815 
818 
819 
82? 
824 
826 
85f7 
828 
829 
832 
86 
833 
835 
836 
837 
841 
842 
843 
844 
845 
846 
847 
848 
850 



851 



99.55 



62.00 



77.61 
77.25 
83.41 
50.93 
44.41 
54. a') 
27.24 



12,000,000 



300,000 10,000,000 



1,786,141 



5,200,000 
15,000,000 

1,508,667 

1,662,000 

19,56.5,000 

300,000 

1,007,933 



3,872,000 1,500,000 



1,20."), 524 



r>20, 3.36 



22,400,000 

(•) 
60,000 

2,881,141 

1,. 500. 000 
6,700,000 

26,372,000 
1,808,667 
3,262,000 

46,770.524 

5.>'>,000 

5,610.644 



53. 54 


1,000,000 i 


40.00 


1,000,000 






50.00 


750,000 








' 


39.51 


98,666 '. 






36.40 


83,666 1 


37.06 


265,000 ' 






50.00 


250.666 




1 






71.43 


250.000 


70.55 


119,7o4'),000 






1 1 " 


1 


i 


57.04 


798.000 ; i 






57.04 


840.000 1 


40.97 


1,500,000 ' 1 


71.72 


1,525.000 i 1 




1 1 



20,000 

1,867,917 

2,500.000 

100,000 

1,500,000 

73,750 

2,000,000 

248.000 

100,000 

228,000 

71.5.000 

2U)00.000 

500.000 

100.000 

275.000 

50.000 

350.000 



51.77 
19.52 



09.05 i 



322.000 , 
2,970.932 : 



2.900,000 




160, 
1. 
1. 

9 

2, 
1. 

9 

k 

2, 



15, 



756.000 
000.000 
350.000 
414.100 
727.548 
390.200 
230.900 
4fi0.000 
661,367 
125.000 
25.000 
622.000 
222,200 



4.200.000 



89,755 

36,'666* 

48,019 

28,318 
35,450 
79,095 
17,128 
34,011 
145,703 
31,714 
81,079 

10,000 

» 2,008,513 

174,948 

(*) 

40,118 
36,875 
344,234 
3<),046 
« 116,279 
20,727 

7.755 
15.078 
11.290 

2.500 
91.667 
19.305 
30. 173 

8 164.234 
39,124 
20.846 

7,563 
27,880 
27,484 

6,319 
24.807 
00,951 
34,631 

6,250 
21.500 
76. 447 



1 See page 324, note 3. s See page 324, note 5. 

» See page 324, note 6. < See page 324, note 7. 

» See page 324, note 8. • See page 324, note 9. 

' See page 324, note 11. "See page 324, note 12. 

» Sec page 324, note 11. 



46,404 



326 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
Gnorp III. Table II.- Amoist of Railway Capital 






Chic. A State Line R.R.. 



Ellwood Con. R. R 

Mahon. State Line It . R 

Flltsb., UcKeespt. & Youuh; . 



ret.* Bay Cv. R. R 

Or. Riv. Vy. R. R 

Jack., l-MU. & Su. R. R... 
Jolipt A Nn. Ind.H. R 



Mifb. Air Line B 



(Line north or Ohio Riv.l 

Nn. LibertlM By 

Ohio Eiv. &C0I9. Ry.. 

Ohio Kiv. Jctn. R. R 

rennaylvftnlflR.il.; ' 



nev.4Kinl.Ry 

Clev. A Flttab. R. R 

Erie A Plttsb. R. H 

ntlBti.. Ft. Way. A Chlo. Ry. . . . 

UusKlUonACfev. R. R 

New Cftstle & Beaver Vy, R. R 1 
Jittab., Ohio Vy. A On. R. R... 
Plttsh.. Yannget. A Aahtab. 

R. R.» 
Pittsb., Yotmgst. A Ashtab. 

Ry. 

e. Oilc. A Sn. R. R 

Tol., Wfllh. Vt, * ohi.. It. R 
Chic.. Ind. A En. 
dr.. I - - " 



5(1,000 

«io,ooa 
eoD.fflM 



an, 000 
' ' 366,' 606' 



n,200.0CD 
ti42,G0a 



ANn.Ry 

I.1BV.. niion A Cols. Ry 

Or. Rap. A Ind. Ry 

On.. RIdi. A Ft. Wov. R. R.. 

Uii>k..Or,RAp.AInd.R.R... 

TrflvereeCy. R. R... 

Is OM mile long: flsurea flre on b 
s^oDdant Mich. Cent. R. R. eecurvd by in 

>T totals coverlni 



11,33c. 

ai,(ai 

3li, 145 



10,875,000 


i.;,3(e 


19,801,220 


37,990 


1,000,000 
'la^ooo 


tl^ 





3,850,000 
>2J,27S,000 123,^ 



1,250,000 

9,««9.oao 
4.ii8,ooo 

12,410.000 
37,000 

■■"'mooo' 



3,oe2,oao 

"3,m,oab' 



r roBd'':W,000.000onD*t. 



.n Steel and Wire Co.; 



ile«Keopi 



>PFra(ed. 1.50 miles. 



• Company nwne no mileage; rollp. 

• Report for sli months ending Dt 
R.. forming Plttsb., Youngst. A A>h>»,. nj. 

" Report lor gli moDtbs ending Dec«nbet 31, ISOS. Bee note 9. 



IflU; conBoUdalcdwithFlttBb..YounsM.AAiht«b.It. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



827 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



7 


8 9 lO 11 


12 


13 




FUNDED DEBT. 


SUMMARY. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

looxcoi. r> 


Designation. 


Total railway 
capital. 

% 

Cols. 2+6 


Amount 

per mile of 

line. 

Cols. S+6 


No. 


Bonds. 

Dollars. 

10.875.000 
2,500,000 


Miscella- T«-r»««,« 
obligations, i ^^"^^• 

Dollars. Dollars. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 

Dollars. 




Col. 1-4 




Per cent. 

31. 47 
37.15 


Dollars. 

34,555,000 

6,730.000 

3,000,000 

49,801,220 

1,500.000 

14,000,000 

300.000 

50,000 

100.000 

7,809,050 

» 44,013,000 

1,000,000 

550,000 

1,450.000 

« 000,000 

s 491.200 

8 2,000,000 

1.100,000 

* 325, 400 

2 98, 191 

623,«i35 

645,000 

3.047. Cti3 

1,350.000 

24,082,091 

5,000 
586.000 
202,250 

245,978.717 

3,250,000 

27,476,193 

6,970.300 

0(>,469.080 

237.000 


Dollars. 

48,645 

41,607 

36,145 

95,547 

150, C02 

192,997 

39,946 

1 73,629 

32,573 

71,209 

» 40,797 

24,390 

30,556 

396,176 

3,414 

6,862 

6,274 

24,445 

8,238 

853 

42,481 

16,085 

51,725 

270.000 

91, 188 

(<) 

23,997 

50,503 

(*) 

31,514 
130,196 

82.519 
141.456 

19,378 


853 




.1 


854 








855 


39.70 


19,425,000 




376,220 


856 




857 


28.57 
50.00 


4,000.000 
150,000 


1 




858 


1 




859 


1 




860 






' 




861 


49.30 

57.43 
50.00 
45.45 

m. 97 


3,850,000 

25,275.000 

500.000 

250.000 

1.000,000 


1 




862 






866 






866 






867 






809 




870 








873 






1 


874 


72. 73 


800,000 




876 






876 




1 '' 




879 


51.90 


323,035 






880 






881 


49.22 


1,500,000 






882 









883 


47.55 


10,117,550 






1,334,068 


884 






885 


14.50 


85,000 


1 




886 


1 




888 


75. Gl 
38.45 
36.28 
»i3.96 
18.67 
15.61 


20,000,000 
1,250.000 
9,909,000 
4,458,000 

12,410,000 
37,000 


1(52,223,548 




3,755,109 


491 
890 





891 






892 


1 




893 


1 




895 






890 


1 




896 


49.15 


290,000 






590.000 


38,038 


897 


1" 




898 


21.47 


3,002,000 


1 




14,202,000 

842,500 

7,166,000 

1,600,000 

2,501.000 

7,612,000 

15.600,700 

3,509,313 

770,000 

645,000 


105,966 

38.330 
30,359 
37,209 
60.058 
39.612 
36,880 
40,887 
18,928 
24,808 


898 


) 




899 


54.85 
37.50 
57.55 
46.75 
62.80 
51.29 
97.40 
08.22 


3,931,000 
600.000 
1,491.000 
3,512,000 
9.775,000 
1,800.000 
7.'5O,0OO 


1 




900 








902 


" 






903 




i 


904 


. 


905 


'1 


906 


1 1 


907 


250,000 





190.000 


1 


908 



J See page 326, note 1. 
« See page 320, note 3. 



6 Seo page 326, note 8. 



3 See page 326. note 2. 
* See page 326, note 6. 



328 REFOHT OF THE IXTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
Gsot.p III. Table II. — Amount of Railivat Cafciai. 



naylFfl 



HUl 



tMe.&6t.h.Ry. 

Eiiglewoid Con. Et 

UtIleMlUDlB.lt 

Calt.JiXenliiR.it 

lmy.il Wn, B. B 

OhloCoQ.By 

Pltlsb.. WHeel. A Kv, B. li 
Qn. Ii U^Mnf. Vr^. K. R. 

hi:' 



Muoklne. Vr.Il.R.... 
.. CluFtlcis & Vougbv 



VundBllB E. R. > 



l^wtlac. 0:tf. S 



Homrsn.K _ 

St. Clatr Tutmal Co 

St. L. fi San Ftm. R. li.: ' 
CHic, 4 Kn. lU, B. B.: ■ 
EvBnsT. & T. ll«ule R, H . . 

Evan*!'. Belt Br 

Evituiv.dilndpls.K.R.. 

SheS. it TIUMMaBy 

Tionifflta Vj. it Hickory Rj-.. 

SoutStrn Rj. i 

lUwlDlndlwia.] 

ml. By 

dford iJett Ry 

_. MtuVy.ay 

Tol. A Ohio Oant. By 

Zaneav. & Wu. B; 

Z«.n«sv. Temu H. H 

Tol.* Wn.Rv 

Tol.. Angol* & Wn. Ry 

ToU, StTL. i Wn.a.B. '. 



Tol. a. 

Vn. Depot O 



Wabash 



n.aj.. 



Uneeiutol DanriUe. IIL 

"Wal.ttsh fltteli. Tumi. Ry. 

V-tai. i I-. Erie R. B 

ZunuT. Belt A Tenn. By 

I'ittib., Uilian.fl Wn. b. B .. 

WlnfiddR. R 

Voungat. 4 Ohio Rtv. K. H , 



10.820,^1 
2, 000, €00 



ii.ooo.on 
sooioao 

10.308,000 



230. X7 
17,STfl 
13. Kl 

n,7«t 

21, M3 
207,2.'>4 

.■iloas 



U.9M I 4A.V< 

!>.ni\ 100. m 



302.1)00 

'ie2|;>oo 



2.»0,000 


18,838 






io.e87.aos 

3.-fl,fl0O 


«,3B7 

si,sa 


1,081,785 


aM« 


l.aUiOOO 


ai.it!t 


y,«HI.S13 


38,808 


>a.\mi 


i" 


«, 000.000 


as, 188 

818.030 

• 38, a» 


Kg, 000 


30,.^ 













____. at Table dir totrtla covering entire ruad. 

:d ihow carjmtato relation ol subsiriiarj- roada as Indicated. 
M K.MA, delfirred paynteDta—lnteTeist on eiiulpment trust oblifntionB. 
t Htock aod bond» cover 0.23 lUile tenutoal traekfe. Mat Ion buUdlng, and olhor property. 
' Bond I* O.Se mile InnK: Ogores are on biisli of I mile. 

• On bBBla of 4U.tf mllea. whlcb InelQdaa 0.39 milos or "proprictar)' I'('mpanll^s." 

• Road ta 0.90 mile long: Ogurea are on iHiaia of I mUo. 
i So mileage owned; mUease opeiatud SSB mllea. 



BTATIBTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



32d 



Close of the Year ending June 30, 190G — Continued. 



Propor- 
'tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 



Col. 18 



PcT cent. 



55.39 
49.22 



44. 20 
14.40 



50.00 
24.48 
48.51 
25.16 

49.04 i 

42.01 ! 
50.00 i 



28.57 



29.42 
87.72 



G2.23 I 

I 



55.55 



52.81 

49.28 
58.33 



47.62 
45.44 



45. 45 
45.' 20 



91.83 



64.22 

83.05 
41.57 



16.50 



8 



9 



lO 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



56,001.000 
625,000 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



3,922,000 
302,000 



2,000,000 
162,500 

1,750,000 
316,000 

10,666,990 

1,485,000 
100,000 



400,000 



5.000 
2,500,000 

7.000,000 



2,500.000 



7,440,213 

9,688,000 
350,000 



74,134 



8,000,000 
2,000,000 



500,000 



1,500,000 
"9,'929,'2i3 



838,000 



32,601,122 

29,000,000 
23,000,000 



988,000 



20,000,000 



Dollars. 
8,930,342 



134,386 



1,683.932 



1.018,108 
909,308 




401,284 
3,'3i4,'566 



12 



13 



SUMHABY. 



■T6tal railway 
capital. 



Cols. 8+5 



Dollars. 



118,322.033 
1,260,800 

221.000 
8,865.100 
2,088,200 

300.270 
4,000.000 

€63,750 
3,884,386 
1,266,000 

21,487,281 

3,485.000 

200.000 

60.000 

1,400.000 
50.000 
17,000 

2,850.000 



1 13,954.649 

100.000 

4,500.000 

150.000 

33,000 

16,167,712 

21, 687,. 308 

600.000 

600.000 

19,488,183 

4,582.785 

300,000 

3,300.000 

300,000 

21,964,623 

5,000 

012,608 

10,000 

51,627,026 

59,000,000 

63,294,900 

600,000 

5,988.000 

10,000 

10,000 



No. 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols, .?+« 



Dollars. 



109,020 

64.080 

94.043 

87,083 

• 37,907 

8,141 

441,014 
23,671 
26,166 
63,789 

43,575 

361, WO 
40.000 

13.918 

12,886 

6,250 

1,266,667 



76,250 
22,472 
33,545 
6,172 
0,600 
76,442 

97,634 
143,196 
6,637 
49,361 
61.930 
64,935 
44.053 
28,571 
80,982 

2,857 

3 11,628 
08,353 j 

084,975 ' 

* 136,995 I 

133,333 ' 

187,604 I 

» 12,600 i 



009 
910 
Oil 
012 
013 
014 
917 
918 
921 
022 

023 

924 
926 
927 
928 
929 
931 
982 
1877 
1649 
983 
934 
935 
937 
938 
989 

940 
941 
943 
044 
945 
046 
948 
949 
950 

061 
953 
954 
065 

060 
060 
965 
066 
068 
970 



^ See page 328, note 3. 
' Sec page 328, note 6. 
» Sec page 328. note 7. 



s S«e page 328, note 4. 

* See page 328. note 6. 

* Sec page 328. note 8. 



330 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMrSSION. 
Git.n-p IV. T.^BLE II.— .\.v<>r>;T op Railway Capitat. 





-«=!r- 


.* mount 


toUl 
capltaT 

M.6fl 


„.™„. 


E«T. 


Ahljrevlulfd narno ol nwd. 


*s:sf.r 


Amount 

pprnillo 
ofUno. 




iMIQra. 

312, 897, mi 


PdIJom. 

a(7,o;s.fi.» 


Dollar,. 




.\lfrri. A AHhrbaru R. R 


iTd.son 

21,000;i32 

iKi.ano 
louiooo 

237, S2i 

100.000 
solooo 

...11 


3. 368 

,£,'„ 

9,5M 

II 


7S.J7 

moo 

100.00 

u.eg 
3i;« 

3s.7a 

78.39 
46.29 

■ES 

M.4S 
57:23 


m.im 










Ai''i":i;"»!''.":;;"-.::::::::: 


xa.aae 

23, MS 
4.-.,a7.'),lBB 

300.000 

2G,'>!000 

376.000 
i.iO.OOO 
118,000 


IS 

23.4S1 

7,463 

:;S 

I1,«0S 


c„,",f;r.?s.er-."i''°';' 


Biilt. ft n;,in H. K.:'i 
Rnvtii^ivnocl.Swncer & Clenv.Ry. 






SIS^i^nKSS'f^K: 


'si-wo 


'77B 




» 1,«2,000 


K,im 






an.aoD 
'soo.oai 

7SififlO 

ass. 000 
noolrao 

55 0OD 

KO,m 
n,ooo 

e,Bi7.ii« 

so; MO 

T1.'.W 


H.9S1 
3, SIT 


loo^bo 

KLOO 

MS? 


i.,'iai,32i 


l*,9» 












5,700,000 

.■..:SiS 

1,500.000 
IH^OOO 

' 4a]«a 


10,707 




AS 

loJ'fw 


si'.we 

M,T96 

101, MS 

ns 




"S;^,f,K:,i:»v;;;;:::::::::::: 

ChPBtert. ,1. l.j.nc, R. B 




10,239 
SS,»M 


'is 

100.00 

100. m 
loaoo 

72. 7B 
100.00 


Conwujtv„st AWn. II.R 


Dry Fork H.R 




1.725 














«,.^M-.«::::;::;:::::::. 


is; MO 

2,!1S,1S7 


"!;3 

w.oss 


Kanawt,. , .;i.:.i Mm * F.n, K K... 


35,noo 


1,129 1 



> Sfr SuppTemint at end of TTable fur tatuls covering entire roiu 

• Inserted to dhow corporate nJatlon ol 8uh»tdlar>' road (or roi 
■ Eidudca 1140.000. a[>i>onloiied " to other properties." 

t Coven also tight and power plants. 

* Report (or bI:( monthe ending December 31. IBOS; Biiceeeded !>' 
' OriglnHlBtorkolcompary. 

•■■CoversrailWHy mileage. w — *■ •■--' •- " 



indicated. 
(Ill 4 Bn. Ry. 



which includes S.OO mile- untl 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. " 331 
F THB Year bs-uino June 30, 1900— Ton tinued. 



' 


8 


9 


10 


11 


IX 


13 




rallwiy 
caplUl. 


- — 


nranBB hkbt 
TtrHgrut 






«™w^r. 




t,o„. 




ToWl railimr 
caplUl. 

Dollari. 
700.376,681 


50,640 


No. 


Bonii*. 


ob^U^iu. 


Incame 

floUor*. 
3,.M*,7S< 


Dallau. 
30. TON, MS 




Dollar,. 
33.^«il.T2l 


17,i)«,S«l 




«:« 


saiona 






3111.000 

•S;!!! 

I7<i.5aa 

06.S7a;058 

470,000 
204, KO 
38.5,000 

'•Si 

60,000 

K)[2CD 
' 3,484,855 


iZ 

5.880 
34,521 

ml 480 

6.833 
14.2ffl 

114,694 


























«.21 
53:71 


325. to) 
2,(00 

M,B05.B70 

300, OOD 

2S£iQ00 
37(1.000 

;a),ooo 
I ill, 000 








io.07o'.aM 










1 
























138 


























S.B2 


t!S8 


























«.77 


1,«2.0I10 


















Sl.(i7 


i.soo.oGo 




700 


821 


2,936,771 
158, 105; 731 

l|| 

ilsas'.os* 

80.150 
7S.S0O 

io;ooo 
ai;2oo 

8,133.002 

60,000 
86,900 


»i 




















81. 61 
80. OD 

II 
•il 

«.9l 


3,320,000 
800,000 

86, 02a; 28a 

1M,000 
S, 208,000 

■!!3 




2.380,000 


















S.488 
136,180 

2M;338 

si! 81 3 
24.308 

i!2ee 

10,215 
271 

2:245 

a; 150 

3,205 
3,495 








6.7.W,7«I 






























220. 000 






4a4,oH 
















IU.8U 


SI, 742 


































37.2* 


1^200 
1,«1,05T 














1 


754,280 


803 


1 




4U.7B 


3a, 000 















' Sfe pnee 3so, noti 
■ S« page 330, noti 
' Snc pitgo 330, nob 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE C0MMIS6ION, 
liKoui- IV. Ti^atE II.— Amhunt ok RiinvAv rAPir.ii. 



S Linv. RIt. Rf 

e I Llttlo Kuimwlu K. R. 
I If i.riDn il: Rve Vv. Rv 

2 Mt. Airj-ifai. Ht .. 

'4 Now RIv.. HolitDn « Wn. R. R. 
S Norl. & Porta. B«lt Uoe R. R. 

■6 Nort. AEn, R. R 

A Nurf. & Wq. Ey. > 

1 (LUie wutb ul Ohio Riv.] 

BlcStonj-Ry.. 
NorfL..m). i flo. 



W«*. Sn. Ky 



R.R. 




._.„.lfS. 

I'oc, Fredsb. Ji Ptedmr 
RiJ. & nmrlwtOD R. R 
Ra], & Soii^pt. ' 

RaI. Ji Wn.Hr 

Hlcb., FPBdib. « Pol. R. R-. 

Rich.. Fradsb. £ Pot. dc Rich. A 
I'oUrsb. R. B, Con. Co. 
Beabaard Air Line R;. <... 
ILine In Group IV.J 

Wllm. Ry. Bm. Co 

B.ilVn.Ry 

Southern Rj. ■ 

[LEng In Vli^nljt and ths 
CaJoUana.^ 

AtlunM & Chftrl. Air Line Ry . 

Atl. * Danv. Ry 

Frank. AHtMyfv.R.R 

North Carolina R. R..,. 

Rich. A UwiUcnb. R. K 

Sn. Ry.-CM. DlT 

Transyivoni* R. R -.. 

Aduir. ii Cmny Htn. Ry. 

Blue Rlrige Ry. 

Danv. * Wn. B 

Tldewntpr A Wn. 

t'n. &aionnSpn.R.R. 
Vs. £ Car. OoHt R. R 

Pamllcn, Ortaotel & Wn. It. 
Vs. *S. Wn. Ry.. 

VsiSn. R. rV.',!"! 



D/Alart. 
135, MO 


Doaar,. 


«s 


^:gSS 


■as 

200, M» 


«.301 
18,726 


M,aBO 
3oe,ooo 
> 400 am 
4ti;ooo 
los.ooo 

2,800,060 


B 

13, »0 

34; 150 



-|i,^3!>.2S8 I 1D,3ff: 



)0.000 ' 30,802 : 






















































































































1 Capitol stock and bondi applicable In connection with a I 
road proper. 

• See Supplement stem) of Table for totals covering entire ro 

• Inrlude) hnude, 1160.000. depoeiled » security [or loan. 

■ Include* de^iisd psymenls— Intercat on equipment traat n 

• Coven also lumber propertlea. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



838 



Close op the Ybab ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



8 



9 



lO 



Propor- 
tion, to 
total 
railway 
capit«J. 

JOOXCoI.5 

Col. r« 



Per cent. 
72.97 



60.07 , 
50.00 I 



04.88 
55.35 
49.50 
83.23 
66.93 
47.56 

97.50 



40.15 
40.10 
32.00 
58.83 
45.80 
49.22 



oO.Sl 

84.44 
90.66 
52.81 



70.39 
71.42 
17.30 



40.81 
73.12 
55.71 



50.00 
74.06 
/iO-OO 
50.24 
10.98 
42.31 
54.45 
31.04 
83.33 
22.15 

54.05 



50.00 



11 



1» 



13 



FUNDED DEBT. 



JUMMAKY 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Miscella- 
neous 
oblations. 



Income 
bonds. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 
135,000 



Dollars. 



200,000 
60,000 



175,000 

30.0r9 

60.000 

250,000 

4,045.000 

61,171,944 

200,000 



Dollars. I Dollars, j 



9.717 



54.000 
308,000 
400,000 
443,000 
108.000 
2,800,000 






18.956,770 

217,000 

971,000 

66,654.260 



4,750,000 

4,700,000 

42,000 



0,438,936 



3,488 
8,065.932 



2,388,561 



064,145 
756,066' 



750,000 



9.120,874 



31.5,000 

11,359,500 

434,000 



100,000 

1,052,000 

300,000 

400,000 

740,000 

550,000 

2,000,000 

180,000 

125,000 

3,500 

3,562,000 

121,712 



3,9.'33 



390,500 



50,000 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+3 

Dollars. 

185,000 

60.000 

300.000 

120.000 

609,600 

284,717 

5i300 

101,000 

300,400 

1 6,048,488 

145,606,809 

205,000 

45.000 

117.000 

768,000 

» 1.250.000 

753,000 

235,500 

5.689.300 

200,000 

55,227,787 

257,000 

1,071.000 

144,751,300 



7.200.000 

7.630,800 

•242,000 

4,000,000 

672,900 

15,535,700 

779,000 

24,200 

200.000 

1,420.000 

600,000 

* 803,963 

» 6,740,000 

1.300,000 

4,390,500 

580,000 

160,000 

U,800 

7,125,000 

222,712 

90,000 

260.000 

100.000 

150,000 



Amount 

I>cr ralle of 

line. 



Cols. Hi 6 

Dollars. 

6,468 
6,622 
37,500 
10,000 
16,983 
16,731 
2,820 
14,429 
41,806 
27,0691 
91,188 

19.194 
6,000 
13,000 
20,425 
30,488 
17,511 
29.437 
69.390 
165,289 

49,245 

107,083 
16,967 
76,442 



27,350 
27,602 

8,094 
17,803 
21,498 
21,766 
18,834 

9,603 

6,878 
18,213 

6,610 
41,873 

(») 

80,247 

31,685 

23,868 

12.600 

5,267 

217,600 

202,466 

4,091 

7,361 

9,616 

20,188 



No. 



1061 
; 1062 
I 1064 
: 1065 
I 1066 
j 1070 
' 1072 
I 1074 
! 1075 
U)76 
884 

1078 
1082 
106S 
1080 
1090 
1€02 
1093 
1097 
1096 

1101 

1102 

1104 

939 



1105 
1106 
1108 
1112 
1114 
1116 
1118 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1127 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1133 
1136 
1138 
1140 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1140 
1147 
1161 



1 See page 332, note 1. « Sw page 832, note 3. 

> See page 3^i2, note 4. * See page 332, note 5. 

* See page 332. note 6. 



334 REPOKT OF THE IXTEKSTATE COMMERCE COMMISBiON, 

r.Rovp V. Table II,— Amoust of Rah.wav Capital at THE 



Total— Group V 

. AVScksb. Ry 

Alb.4Nn.RT 

A«hL Coal A Iron Ry 

Atlanta &W. Pt. R. R 

Atltinla Belt Line Co 

Atlanta, Biim. A Atl. R. R... 

AtUnta T(i™. Co i 

Atl. ABIriii. Ry. 1 

AtL Coast UnoH. R. ' i 

(Liiui wiuth of Savaniuib, Ca.! 

WlnstouiBonaVy. R. B 

GeocgiD R. a., LeaaMOignin I. 

Ga.H. R.ABkg.Co 

Aug. Belt Ry 

LeHngton Timn. E. R 

Monroe R. R 

Un. Pt. A IVliIto Plains R.R.... 

Loulav. 4 Naihv. R. R. • 

[Lins »>uth □( Ohio Riv.l 

Elfctou A Outhrto R. R 

wRy.. 



mllwny 



llend. BiK- 4 It. It. (n 
Nashr. ADec. R. R.. 



NaabT., Chatt. 
Yellon Rlv. R. 

,.„ Bearer Dnni R. R. 
11% BIrm. A Atl. R. R. 

119S , Blnn. Bd, R. R 

1203 ' Brooksi-illo R. R.. 

1206 CadliR,R 

ia» CarroUtoD 8. lAm- : 
120g CoDt.of Ca. Ry... 

1210 Aug. ASar.Tl. P 

1211 Cbattationrbm A 
IZ13 Bouthwivtfm R. 

1214 Lodiv. AWadle; 

1215 StlUmiir '- 



.Jlcy A Mt. ViTO.k.'FL "; 
Wrightsv. A TenniilG R. R.. 
Chattahoochee Vy. Ry 



I Chatt. 8 

Ches. A xnaav. ny. • 

Ulddlfl A E. Tenn. Cent. Ry. * 



Juriiiiflo * Cumb. Rlv. Ry . 



93,51 a 
29, »3 
18. a» 
%D14 
11,018 
l,ai3 

m.vK 

1,171 
29,070 



30o!an 
1, 232, an 



n'.r,4i I 



•1,T4S.11S 32..W4 



11,620,000 

a:™: 000 

10,019,000 
.»,000 


13! 7» 
5)301 


^:3ffi 


.s 


fl2,«M:7S 


11 


308,000 


t.OiS 


3,S11 


^1 


no. Din 


'■■• 



(') I S3.07 1 

'mo66T"i66."ti6" 



00.12 



3D.U« ! 

4,7i;3 ; ,2.;j ' 

ZVn 111.73 

^ded by .\tlanta, Binu. 
entire mnd. 

obligation 



;o owned; mlleiLgo operated, leis trackage rights, 303.i 

m ownnl; mlloagn oporatsd, leu trackage rights, 335.03 miles. 
It and owned by city oC andnnatl. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



335 



Close ok the Year en'dixg June 30, 1900 — Oontinuod, 



9 



10 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. 5 



Per cent. 
04.55 



Designation. 



66.58 
51.92 
27.95 
5a 00 



50.48 
90.01 



Bonds. 



Dollars, \ 
.592.937,563 1 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 
46,213,900 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 
28,283,700 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



12 



13 



SUMMARY. 



Dollars. 
31,042,632 



2,091,300 
378,000 
300,000 

1,232,200 



9,090,000 
1,500,000 



1,-596,863 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 

Dollars. 
1,082,067,108 



3,141,300 
728,000 

1,073,500 

2,464,400 

400.000 

21,172,663 

1,650,000 



Amoimt 

per mile of 

Use. 



Cols. 3+6 



Dollars, 
43,765 



22,001 
20,800 
48,662 
28,756 
66,667 
41,010 
500,000 



No. 



1157 
1150 
1162 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 
1152 
982 

116S 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
117a 
1174 
1176 

1177 
1178 
1179 
1181 
1183 
1185 
1186 
1188 
1191 
1193 
1196 
1198 
1203 
1206 
1208 
1209 
1210 
1211 
1212 
1214 
1215 
1216 
1217 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1018 



1228 

1229 

1230 

1231 

1232 

1239. 

1244 



68.60 



100.00 
37.30 



.50.00 
72. 10 i 
68.18 

34.54 
33.33 
00.12 



77.39 
38.46 
61.58 
73.09 



s;i.33 
33.33 



51.62 
61.70 
23.08 
91.30 



45.75 



36.60 

53.. 53 

1.73 



50.00 



41,903,280 I 11,785,344 



2,500,000 



42, 3.59 



100,000 

84,000 

121,745,418 

25,000 

100,000 

1,414,000 



11,920,000 

2,500,000 

16,019,000 

140,000 



50,000 
500,000 



24,000 

19,000 

63,000 

30,153,000 



21,000 ' 

4," 880, 666 I * " i.5," 666, 666 2, 429," 765 



368,000 



29,000 
275,000 



110,000 



12,986 
3,511 



78,265,092 

30,000 

I 42,359 

6,700,000 

65.000 

6,000 

200,000 

116,500 

178,575,385 

72,372 

300,000 

2,352,000 

3,553,750 

15, 403, 000 

6,500,000 

20,019,000 

190,000 

200,000 

60,000 

1,500,000 

1,200,000 

46,500 

64,825 

273,000 

57,462,765 

1,022,900 

804,400 

5, 191, 100 

79,900 

537,986 

203,511 

300,000 

220,000 

3,000,000 



34,521 
1,080 

22,112 
9,393 
1,844 

20,000 
9,708 

47,677 

6,627 
28,572 
234,496 
29,833 
79,852 
35,773 
31,011 

7,194 
58,997 

7,042 
43,605 
45,732 

4,650 

6,275 
13,000 
39,494 
19,224 

8,701 

XO, Oov 

7,990 
9,963 
5,500 
3,947 
13,538 
31,915 



00.58 



18.57 

40.93 

100.00 



33.88 
27.27 
53.27 



(y)2,006 

28,500 
i8,'i93,'666' 



73,908 



1,108,390 



1,500,000 



300,000 

75, 000 

285,000 



2,921,372 



7,500 



1 See page 334, note 3. 
* See page 334, note 6. 



136,180 



153,500 


8,906 


9,421,372 


(») 


18,193,000 


54, 151 


250,000 


250,000 


907,500 


46,065 


275,000 


6,548 


535,000 


6,221 



* See page 334, note 4. 

* See page 334, notes 7 and 8. 



12689--07 22 



336 REPOKT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMMIfiSIOX. 



Groip V 



Table II. — Amouxt of Railavay (^'apital at the 



« 



STOCKS. 



Fl'N'nEI* I>EBT. 



No. 



Abbroviat«'d name of road. 



Amount out- 
!*tan«linj^. 



Amount 

I>^r inilo 

of iiui'. 



Propor- 
tion to 
totui 
railway 
cHpitoi. 

wo X Col. 2 



1219 
Wa) 
1251 
12r>2 

12lHl 

12ri<-> 

12<i7 

12«W 

12fK) 

1274 

1275 

127() 

1277 

1379 ! 

12H0 ' 

12S3 

1284 i 

1289 

1390 ,' 

1292 

1393 : 

1294 

129<; 

1300 

1301 

1»)5 

1313 , 

1314 I 
1315 
131G 
1317 
1318 
1310 
1320 
1321 
132N 
1332 
1333 
1334 
I33<'> 
1342 
1843 
1344 
134() 
1347 
1348 
1340 
1351 

i:*54 
4:)i 

890 



E. Tonn. AWn. X. Car. H. R 

En. Kv. Uy 

En- Ky. of Alu 

Altt. Nn. Uy 

FitzgwraM. Ocmulgw? &. Red Blurt 

Ry. 

Flint Riv. & N. En. R. R 

Florida Rv 

Fla. & (ia:i<v 

Fla. E. Coajrt Kv 

Frankfort & Cin. Ry 

OttinoHV. & O ulf Ry 

Gjiinesv. Midi. Ry 

Oarbutt & Donovan S. Line Kv 

Ga., Fla. & Ala. Ky .* 

Cj*rrab.. Tallah. & Cm. R. R. 2 

Ga. "Nn. Rv 

Gulf 6i Ship 1. K. R 

lU. Cent. R. K. a 

[Lino Honth of Cairo. III. J 

Cant., Alx!rd. A: Nashv. R. R 

Chic, 8t. L. & N. (). R. R 

radu. In. l)e]iot Co 

Yazoo <fc Miss. Vy. R. 11 

.TackBonv. Tmm. Co 

Kv. & Ind. »Tg. i: R. R. C > 

Ky- * Tonu. Ka- 

Kontwood 6: En. Ky 

licxingtun & En. Kv 

Lilwrtv-Whttip K. K 

Linking Riv. R. K 

Little Iliv. K. R 

Live Oak, Perrj' 6: Gulf R. R 

La. Bn. Ry 

Louisv. & Atl. R. K 

Maonn & IMrm. I^' - 

liaoon, Dublin ir6iiv. R. R 

Milkjn 6: 8. Wn. R. R 

Hi«H. Cent. R. 'R 

Ml88. En. Kv 

lirtbile. .Taek. & Kam. C v. R. R 

vtulf & Chic. Ry 

Naflhv. Trnn. C(> 

Nttt^'hez tVr 6n. Kv 

Natchez. Col. 4: Slobile R. R 

N. O. .S: N. En. R. K 

N. O. Gt. Nn. R. R 

N. ().. Nfttalb. ii NaU-iicz Rv 

X. O. Tenn. Co '. 

OeillH & Valdo8ta R. R 

I'u.Hi'agoula Street Ry. <V Tower ("'> «•. . 
Penn.sylvania R. R.: '" 

Ponnsvlvariia Co.: »« 

Louisv. Bi^. (U> 



Dollars. 
."iOl.mO 

1 2.630. «eo 

25.«00 
28.600 
nO.m) 

100.000 

50.0(11) 

50. 000 

l.OOO.Olk^ 

40.000 

300.<K)0 

250. 000 

30.(X)0 

350. noo 



Dollars. 

14.340 

78.073 

1.293 

3.944 

•l.(<00 

3. 125 
2.000 
l.tWO 
(i. 2.tO 
4. 545 
2. 234 
3. 271 



r*r cent. 
.V). 09 
100. 00 
100.00 
100.00 
100. 00 

100.00 
17. 21 

100.00 

7.01 

20.00 

i'A\. tvT 

.'>(). 71 

lOl). 00 
25. 14 



Amount out- ^^, 

Dollar ft. Dollar i. 
.7J0. 000 14. 285 



240. .51 4 , 4,07; 



13.2.59.0e0 
100.000 
150.080 
243.000 



150. WN) 2.20ti 39.(>8| 228.000 

G. 900. 000 19.544 54. 3h 5,034.385 

-» 22. 729.000 



1.1101.900 

10.000.000 

100.000 

(). li>K. 400 

200.000 

75.000 

25.000 

20.000 

500.000 

;{oo.ooo 

30.000 

l.>0.000 

liOO.OOO 

300.000 

1.000.000 

oOO.OOO 

2.040.000 

TkiO.OOO 

1.500.()00 

75. 700 

4.000.000 

4.0.54.200 

1.000.000 

2.'i0.000 

l.OQO.OOU 

O.OOU.tNIO 

ti05.0(N) 

155. 000 

' 2.000.000 

110.000 



IK 22o 

(*) 

4.97K 

12.400 

12. 175 

3. '238 

2. *'i3 

5.40:i 

12.000 

I3.«Mk> 

9.834i 

0, ri37 

9.891 

5. 162 

22. 195 

10.000 

IS. 029 

0. m> 

20.107 

2o.oa'> 

55. 835 

109. 170 

31). 303 

30.«M8 

7.117 

7.(M5 

112.045 

4.400 



47.79 
22. 47 
50.00 
10. 'A 
28. .57 
8.39 
0.02 

100.(10 
10.28 
97. W 
37. 50 

100.00 
iiii. .52 
54.54 
50.00 
.'lO.OO 
.'.2.04 
71.43 
47.17 

100.00 
48.55 
o2. 12 
50.00 

100.00 

100.00 
42.12 
23.77 

100.00 
18. 18 

100.00 



1.750.000 

34, .".00. 080 

100.000 

52. a34. 08.) 

500.000 

' 2.140.000 

890.005 



315, 708 

250.000 
1.000.000 

.'.00.000 
1.8S0.000 

312.000 
1.000.000 



3.724.000 
1.000.000 



l.,'.00,00.) r.I2.245 UlO 00 



36,514 
4.000 
3,125 

4,418 



1.042.000 = 9,738 



3, ({53 I 
10,399 
99,593 

19.911 
2ti. 824 

(•) 

42.23.'> 

80.998 

347,402 

SO, .519 



2.571. 2.V) 
7.128 1 
ijO.OOO 


27.785 

285 

1,502 



5,176 
5.531 
9.891 
5, 102 

an. 455 
4.000 

20.192 



4,239.000 ; 21.308 



18. 370 
55.835 



S. 242. 000 
1.940.000 


42.1.54 
22.821 


* 9.000.000 


504. 302 



1 Exriudfis t8'>OtOOD, apportioned "to other properties." 
« Hii'TMige 227, No. 12f». 

* H«»> Supi>lcmont at end of Table for totals covering entin* road. 

* 800 -note 5. 

* Excludes $22,729,000. included in funded debt of III. Cent. R. R. 

< Stock and bonds eover 0.70 mile tomiinal tracks, station building, and other property. 
T Includes Imndft. 137.000, held in treasury of company. 

* Stock and bonds cover also elevator, comprc8.so8, wharves, and other terminal property. 

* Capital stock, $500,000. and l>ond8, $350,000, invested in an elei>tric .stn>et oar line (over pMt of which 
Isconaucted a small freight biisiness). an electric light plant, waterworks, and lee factorj*. etc.; not 
shown for the reason that it has l)een found impossible to st^gregat^^ any portion of the said capital as 
strictly applicable to railway investments proper. 

10 Inserted to show corporate relation of suDsidiary road ((.r roads > as indicated. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



387 



Close op the Year ending June 30, lOOT) — Continuod. 



9 



10 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



l^ 



13 



SUMMARY, 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
capital. 

100 X Col, h 
Co I. i*j 



Per cent, i 
40.91 ' 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



82.79 



92.99 I 
80.00 
33.33 
49.29 



74..% 



m.'S2 

4.5. 02 

100.00 

52. 21 

89. «-) 
71.43 
9«>.m 
93.98 



s:j. 72 

•> "JO 

02. jO 



34.48 
45. 4(> 
50.00 
50.00 
47. W\ 
28. 57 
52. 83 



51. 45 
47.88 
50.00 



57.88 
70.23 



81.82 



Dollars. 

500,000 



Misoella- 

neons 

obllgfations. 



Dollars. 



Income 

bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



DoII'JTs. 



238,510 



2,004 



13,2.59,000 
100,000 
150,000 
243,000 



1,0412.000 



Total railway 
capital. 



("ols. 2-1-.') 

Dollars. 

1,001,900 

1 2, 030, (MM) 

25, 000 

28,000 

50,000 

100.000 

290,514 

50.000 

14,259,000 

200,000 

4.50,000 

493.000 

30,000 

1,392,000 



No. 



2-JS. 01)0 

5,000.000 

22,729.000 

1,750,000 

34,r)00.000 

100,000 

28,730,000 

500,000 

2,140,000 

300,006 






34. 38.5 



13..59v8.685 10,000,000 



2,:«0.000 
"50,660" 



221,250 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



( ..Is. ^+6 

Dollars. 

2S, (i25 

73,073 

1,293 

3,944 

3,333 



7,128 



305.000 

250,000 
1.000,000 

500,000 
1,880.000 

212.000 
1,080.000 



10.708 



4,000.000 
3,724.000 
1,000,000 



0,742,000 
1,940,000 



1,500,000 



9,000,000 



230,000 I 



.378.000 
1 1 . 034. .185 

2 22,72<>,000 

3, .351. 900 

3 44, .500. 000 

'200,000 

.58, .503, 085 

700.000 

4 2.215,000 

41.5,005 

20.000 

3,071. '250 

307. 1-28 1 

80,000 

150,000 I 

015. 708 

5.50,000 

2,000.000 

1,000.000 I 

3,020.000 

742. (WO 

3,180,000 

75.700 

8,239,000 

7,778,200 

2,000,000 

230,000 

1,000,000 

14,242,000 

2.545,000 

155,000 

• 11,000,000 

110,000 






4,000 
4,925 
3,125 

28,514 
.5,000 
9, .375 
8,9(>3 
2, 2.34 

13,00t» 



.5,550 
.15,943 
39,593 

38,137 
34,509 

(*) 

47,213 

43.398 

359,577 

.5,3, 767 

2,353 
33,188 
12, -285 

2,500 
13.630 
1.5,012 
12, 108 
19,782 
10, 3*24 
42, 050 
14,000 
38,221 

0,882 
41,415 
38,381 
111,070 
109, 170 
36,3(» 
72,842 
29.938 

7,045 
616,247 

4,400 



1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 
1264 

1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1279 
1280 
1283 
1-284 
1-289 

1290 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1296 
1300 
1301 
1305 
1313 
1314 
1315 
1310 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1338 
1332 
1333 
1334 
1335 
1342 
134:^ 
1344 
1340 
1347 
1348 
1349 
1351 
1354 
491 
890 
i;i.50 



^ See pagt? 330, note 1 . 
3 See pago 336. note 5. 
5 See page 336, note 7. 



1,500.000 

2 See page .3,30. note 4. 
< See page 330, note 6. 
• See page 336, note 8. 



012.24,5 



REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 
:iR<>up V. Table II.— Ashhtnt i,f Railway Capitai. 

I Z 3 1 I S 



1-1 



HrgM 



■?.?>■■■ 



Sav. rn. Station 

Sfobo«rd AlrUnflRy. • 

[LineinOraupVI 
AtlonU & BJnn. Air Line By . . 

Fin. W. Shore Ry 

S, H«.Ry 

W. Const Hy 

Boutlu-rn Ry.« 

[Line welt of VirirlnUt ii 
the CuvUnaa.] 
bvKB Belt Lino R. R 



llDBW<!ll R. K 

Tfnn. C*nl. R. R... 

AU. 0(. an. R. R... 

Belt Ry. orChatt 



_ . . R.B 

a. Sii. & Fla. Ilv. 



I. & F'lH 



1. I!y.. 



Aug, 8 

Hai.... 

nartwpll Ry 

Uobllo & Ohio R. It. •. 

Sn.Alfl.Ry 

St. Johns Kiv. Tprm. Co 

TttUoliih FalJ" lly 

SylacRUga ii WMunipka R. U. '• 

Sjlvanla AairtrdRTR 

TallBBHV &- Uontg. Ry 

Tavaira it Oulf R. R 

~ -. ftCimn), Blv. R. R 

r. R.R 



SKitlOO 



7 JO, MO 

'loolooo 

7,730^000 



ijo.ooa 

620,010 
75,000 



AiniLint' t"t«' ■v,„n„ntm,t -^"O""' 

^^' o«pi.af:,--.an,li«B.-P^,'™',^ 



' 23,S10 
tl|«73 



1.7:3 

l,MU 

lu.au 



TuskpffPOR 

VnionTt}-. (oIUpmphlB.i 

Vn. BpgB. i So. Ky 

Vflldo-ta Sn. Rv 

Wn.Ry.olAla.... 

iEifliideiit7S,a0O, iipp 

■ Htcwk and bonds ii.v<-r staiion liuilding and 12.00 mllea o( (r« 
' Spp SuppleniFnt at mil ol TaM'? lor tolaJB coviring enliir roa 
< Koad ia 0.W nilli- long: npires are on baala of I mllP. 

' Includes H.ZOtl, deterred payments— interest on equipment trnal 
• .^11 eaplul )■ aaal^-ned to this group since no mlleago Is owned In 

■ On Iii9la nf 'iS.tS miles, 

' Inrtildes tW.mS. dererred paj-menlB— interest . n ec|uipment In 
' Also covcrM wharf and warPhoiise facilities. 



anJia.OO rnllea/X (r 



7,700.000 
712,1100 

itn.ooo 



• ia,3»,07" 

'w^.ooo 



STATISTICS Oy RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



339 



Close ok tuk Yeah kxdixg June 30, ]90() — Continiu'd. 



9 



10 



FUNDED DEBT. 



1 1 



12 



13 



SUMMARY 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. 5 



Designation. 



Per lent. 

10. m 
41). 19 



48.05 
(•|0.07 
r)0.3l 

83.58 
58.75 
70.90 



52. Kl 



.^3.33 
02.27 
.W-OO 
04.29 
00.72 
m.T2 
51.93 
34.77 
02.73 
76.47 
50.00 
79.70 
45.20 
90.91 
2.33 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



00.000 
04,400 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



DoVars. 



185.000 

000,000 

24,218,230 

7,700,000 
712,000 
193,000 



8,22«i.0(>4 



3,a51,507 



<M), 007, 154 



1 . (VtO, 
1,800. 

la*). 

12,252, 

4,957. 

300, 

400, 

5,838, 

325, 

20, 

21,672, 

l,a50, 

1,000, 



9.)0, 017 



rm 

000 

000 

000 

900 

000 

000 

000 

000 

000 

000 

000 2,500,000 

000 

000 



13,137,481 



1 


1 1 


1 


112.177 1 


1 


2,427,000 


24,(X)0 i. 




' 1 



504,000 



1.759,700 I 4,421,1(»4 



7,814 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+'» 

Dollars. 

85.0ai 

I 13'n 400 

100,000 

385.000 

900.000 

70,556,281 

9,285.000 

1,212.000 

251.000 

168,300 

208,496,177 



22,500 

2, «j^')0, 000 

3.000,000 

210.000 

' 20.3(i.5,077 

18.504.950 

024.000 

1.150.000 

10,110.000 

425.000 

40.000 

' 38,082,864 

3.(»50.000 

^ I.IOO.OCO 

335,314 



No. 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



<oK 3+6 

Dollars. 

6,072 

3,319 

7,692 

11,067 

(») 
49,245 



44,818 

18,730 

4,921 

6,473 

76,442 



» 35,715 

27,074 

23.944 

16,733 

68,124 

64,012 

13,114 

13,939 

25,817 

9,659 

3,960 

» 60,516 

31,306 

172, 143 

7,984 



1367 
1368 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1101 

1379 
1380 
1386 
1387 
999 



1388 
1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 
1399 
1400 
1402 
K03 
1404 
1405 
1406 
K07 
1408 
1409 
1414 
1415 
1420 
1421 
1424 
1428 
1430 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1442 



.')2.83 
33.93 



90.04 
42. 86 
51.92 
33.96 



280.000 
197. 0(X) 
242,000 



25.000 ! 



719., 500 

75.000 

108.000 

1.543,000 



10.000 

75,000 

530,000 

347,000 

787.000 

75,000 

7'J9. 100 

175.ft00 

208.000 

4,543,000 



667 
11,943 
16,751 
23,130 
15,135 
12,255 
32,709 
23,333 
7,428 
34,916 



1 See pftge 338, note 1. 
' See page 338, note 4. 
6 See page 338, note 8. 



' See page 338, noto.9. 



* See page 338, note 2. 
4 See page 338, note 5. 
« See page 338, note 7. 



340 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE C0MMI6SI0X. 



CIroi'P VI. 



Table II. — Amotnt of Railway Capital at the 



2 



3 



No. ; 



I 



1447 
1448 
144D 
1451 



)fS2 
1175 

138 

145(i 
145P 
1400 
1461 
1402 

146.^ 

52 

14t>4 

imi 

14tK> 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1478 
1474 

1475 
1470 
1477 
1479 
1480 

1484 
148(i 
1487 
1488 
1480 
14{«) 

1401 
14W 
14113 
1494 
1495 




STOCKS. 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Abbreviatf^d naiiio of roji'l. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Amount 

ptT milo 

of line. 



I Propor- 
tion to 

I total 
raiiwav 
capital. 

"(•ol. Vi~ 



Amount out- 
standing. 



(\)l!». 

S+-9+101-H. 



Amount 
per mil(> | 
of lino. 



DolkMrt, 

Tot.a— Group VI ' l,110,:i08, 114 



DoUart. 
2:{,at5 



A]»lxitsf. & N. En. R. 
Ahmipco A: \Vn. Ry. . 



R 



Ames & Collpgr R\' 

AU^i., Top. AS. Fc Ry. > 

[Line east of Kansas t'itv. 
Mo.] 
Atl. Coast LiiU'U. R.:< 

Louisv. & Nashv. R. R. i 

[Line north of Ohio Ri\ ,] 

Bait. & Ohio R. R. i 

[Lino uv.st of Vino»nno«j, Ind.] 

Bavf. Tr. Rv 

Bi'it Rv. of Ohic '...- 

Big Falls Ry 

Blanev & Sn. Ry 

r«luni<'t Wn. Ry 

Canadian Nn. Rv.: * 

Minn. & Manit. R. R 

Canadian Tac. Rv.: * 

Diduth. 8. Shoro & Atl. Rv 

Mini. Rango R. R 

Minnoap.. St. P. A- S. S. Mario liy.. 

Sl4'. Mario I'n. Dopot Co 

S. 8. Mario Brg. Co 

Chic. A' Alt. R. K 

.loliot A Chic. K. K 

Kans. Cy., St. L. A: Chic. R. K. '... 
[Lino oast of Missouri Riv.l 

La. & Mo. Riv R. R 

Chic. A Calumet Riv. R. H 

Chic. A: III. Midi. Ry 

Chic. A L. Sup. Ry 

Chic. <fc N. Wn. Ry. » 

[Lino in Group VI. J 

Oshkosh Tranap. Co 

St. P. En. <5r. Trunk R y 

Macoupin Co. Ry 

Chic. & Wn. Ind. R. R 

Chic, Anamosn & Nn. Rv 

Chic. Burl. & Quin. R. R. » 

[Line cost of Mififtouri Kiv.] 

Ix^av. Term. Ry. A Brg. Co 

Ilann. I'n. Depot Co 

(^hic (U. Wn. Rv 

Mason (\v. A I't. Dodgo U. H 

Wis.. Minn. A Pac R. R 



120,000 

4.'».500 

20,000 

l.'<,;>a2,7;'^< 



'Sy 17U,()-"» j 

I 
1.^,792,788 

t 3,000,000 

1,200,000 

1.000 

75.000 

417,200 

400,000 



7.916 
12,920 
10,101 

2:<.r»i3 



\'>, I7;i 

4IM00 

777,202 

5,7(» 
121,9K8 

9,153 



Per cent. 


Dollars. 


1 
Dollars. 


40.17 


1,294, 4;n, 726 


a*., 925 


51.72 

41.80 

100.00 


112,000 
012,000 


7,388 
18,000 


4.'). 87 


« lo,990,o«J0 


» 27,^•«il 


M.K2 


t),791,0K"2 


:%504 


4'.. Ki 


24, 75';, 90 ; 


<i4,07«i 


ri«». <i7 
Kin nil 


l,->00,000 


;:88,i»i 



20.00 
100 00 
100.00 

4O.j04 



22,000,000 


.'i7,733 


4H..45 


1,085.«W 


14.S20 


;i5.jtt 


21,000,000 


0,837 


29.51 


75,000 


•■* 1.33,929 


100 00 


1,000,0(K) 


H19,()?2 


52 W 


39,98ii.mu 


15 42,2.19 


34. m 


1,500.000 


40.:il>.'? 


100.00 


l,72."»,i:04 


ol.<Xl3 


100.00 



3,651,700 

25,12.'-. 

4H0.000 

18.000 

S0,971,0a3 

70,000 

1. UK), 000 

10.0(N) 

r>, 000. 000 

112.000 
.')7,100,(¥)4 

600,000 

40,(X)0 

ia>,<W8,«7« 

32.841.152 

.=i.89{.40() 



;V>.917 
(»> 

w 20,a3:< 
iv.ooo 

I3,5»4 

15,385 

18,327 

418 

102,923 

.•).714 

13,080 

342.S.'>7 
13 44.444 

i:<9. l.M 
8<i.H52 
21.747 



100.00 
100.00 

.58. :« 
100.00 

37.84 

100.00 

49 55 
100.00 

14.81 

100.00 

38 89 

50 00 

81. H3 
99.74 
73. 24 
50 42 



4,000 



.099,000 

2:}, 400, 493 

1.9:^6,100 

50,155,186 



900.000 
75, :<«)♦'>. 918 



13,707 

40,145 
2(), 444i 
2.^, 495 



737,70.'» 
»• 79,014 



:i,')0,000 1^ 14,:)09 
i32,'(»84,738 



22,326 



1,1*20,000 

28,7.56i(Vi7 

89,72t5J(KVt 

600,000 

9,000 

272,271 

12,000,000 

5, 79<i,000 



18,661 

" 591,821* 

"'a'); 554' 

342,857 
1*10,000 

31,7:'5 
21.:»87 



1 Soo Supplomont at end of TaMo for tot.ih cov«a*ing ontiro road. 

« Tho capital stock and fundod doltt include issuos for the acquisitioii.by purcliaso or oxchangi\of 
the stocks aufi bonds of other roH«ls forming part of the system. an<l tho apportionment ihtiiiIIc is 
made upon that ba.sls. 

» On basis of 9,887.99 miles. See note 2. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads as iiidicatetl. 

* Includes stock, 91,324,600, held in treasury of coiiipany. 

* No mileage owned; mileage 0]>eratod, less* trackage rights, 21.31 miles. 
7 No mileage owned; mileage oi)erated 21.00 miles. 

* Files no n'port; road lies outsid" I'nitod States. Name inserted to show corporate relation 
of 8ul>sidiary road as indicated. 

* Road is 0.56 mile lotig: figures are on basis of 1 mile. 

w On basis of 04;».rii> miles, which includes 300.85 miles oi subsidiary companies. 
" No mileage owned; mileage operated 11.50 miles. 

» On basis of 24.4J> miles, which includes 15.48 miles under construction. 
^ Road is 0.90 mile long; figures arc on basis of 1 mile. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



S41 



Close op the Year exdixg June 30, 1906 — Continued. 




9 



10 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X roi. 5 

Col. 12 



Per ccit. 
53.83 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 
1.185.24«i.604 



Miacclla- 

noous 

obligations. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 

67.004.151 



Dollars. 
21.271.840 



48.28 
58.20 



54.13 



68.18 
56.84 
33.33 



59.90 

51.55 
64.08 
70.49 

47." .^7 I 
65.34 



41.67 



02. 10 



50.45 
85.' id 

ei.ii' 
so. 00 

18.37 

.26 

26.76 

49.58 



112.000 
012.000 



9,472,219 



6,791,082 
24,725.827 
1,500.000 !. 



6,518.341 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 
20.249.125 



4.000 



599. 0(K) 

20.000.000 

1.9;J0.100 

60.115.000 

• "'900,666 
O7,:io0.ooo 



3,000,000 



5.000,000 



350.000 '. 
86"34.S.488"l 



4(i.231.337 



1.120.000 

28.' 756! 067' 

'86,'202,'ii6' 

600.000 
9,000 



404.913 



9.464.542 



12.000.000 i. 
5,796,000 ., 



» See page 340, note 2. 
» See page 340, note 5. 

6 Soe page 340. note 7. 

7 See page 340. note 10. 
9 See page 340, note 12. 



28.070 



400.493 
'46,'i85 



3,016,918 



272,271 



12 




SUMMARY. 



No. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2 + .'> 

Dollars. 
2,404,739.840 

2.'i2.000 

1,051.500 

20.000 

1 29,543,298 



9,961,115 

43,546.691 

3 4,500.000 

1.200.000 

5.000 

75.000 

417.200 

999.000 

45, 406. 493 

3,021.100 

71, l.^. 185 

75.000 

1.900.000 

115.353.018 

1,500.000 

1.725.604 

3,651.700 

25.125 

840.000 

18.000 

213, aw. 741 

70.000 

2,220.000 

10.000 

33,750.667 

112.000 

146,826,662 

1.200.000 

49.000 

105,361.247 

44.841. 15t 

11,688.400 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 3+« 

Dollars. 
50.020 

15.304 

30.926 

10. 101 

« 61.474 



47.677 
113,776 

1.165.803 

0' 

(^) 

5.7Ji9 
121,988 

22.860 

77,878 

41.266 

33.332 

« 133.^29 

1.557.3i< 

T 121.853 

40. 323 

31,003 

35.917 

» 34.342 

6,000 

35.920 

15.385 

36.988 

418 

694.744 

5.714 

33.634 

685,714 

10 54.444 

1.39.514 

118.567 

43,134 



3 See page 340. note 3. 
* See page 340, note 6. 

> See page 340, note 9. 

> See page 340, note U. 
» See page 340, note 13. 



1447 
1448 
1449 
1451 



S82 
1175 

138 

1456 
1450 
1460 
1461 
1462 

K63 
52 
1464 
1466 
1460 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 

147-5 
147<i 

i4n 

1479 
H80 

1484 
1481) 
14K7 
1488 
1489 
1490 

1491 
1492 
1498 
1494 
1495 



342 RKPOBT Of THE IXTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 
Group VI. Table II. — AHoiNr OF Railway Catttaii 






■ p?r/'.. 

I, 4 8.W 

.'LVRV.'oi'iii"; 



150S rhlc, Mil*. 4 St. p. Rj 

ISOf. Davenpl., Rock I, & 8. Wa Ry.. 

i5o: Wis. Wn. r " 

ISOS rhic.l'porlB 

1510 1 Chic, Feoria A Wn. Ry 

ISU ' rhic., Rock I. A Psc. Ry. * 

I (Line oaat of Uiswiui Riv.I 

ISI2 ' KeokiiK A 1>M M. Hy 

Ul:< I'poriB ii Burmu Vy. R. B 

ISH Chic., St. P., Miniwftp. & Om. Ry. «. 
ILiiu! rsat ol^iuourl Riv.) 

ISIS Chic. S.l.ine Ry 

lil" Chic Tenn. TT. R, R 

ISIg Chit Un. Tr. Rr 

1S19 Chic,, W. Pullman A Bn. Ry 

lieo Chlo., ZdglcrAOullR. B 

1S21 Chippewa Riv. A Nn. Ry 

1822 Chippewa Vy. A Nn. Ry 

735 I Cin„ Ham. A l>ay. Ry. ' 

739 I On.. Indpls. A Wn. Rj. ■ 

[Line In Illinois.] 

751 ■ Olev.. Ctn.. Chic. A St. L. Ry. ' 

[Line weat of Terro Haute, 

1523 , Chic., InilplB. A St. L. S. Line Ry. . 

1524 ■ Kank. A Seneca R. R 

761 I Pcorifl A En. Ry. ■ 

ILIne well ol Danville, 111.] 

1525 ' CoUaii Sn, R, R 

1527 Copper Range R, R 

I52S Crooked Ck, B. R, A Coal Co 

1530 UesU,. lo, FallaANn. Ry 

"" DesM, Un. Ry.. 

DeaM, Wn, Ry, 



1SJ7 1 Dulnlh A Nn"MinnTRy 



S'.; 



in Range R.B.., 

"'-n, Ry 

.__. Nn, By... 

IM3 E. iit. L, Con, R}-.. 

1514, Elgin. Joliet A En. Rv 

1545, EscanuhH A L, Slip, A. R 

Ibif'l Falrch, A N. En. Ry. 

1547 I FamiersOr^nABhlpplngCo.. 



Il-lneeast otUlnot, N. Dak.] 

1554 ! En, Rv. of Minn 

1557 I St. !■,, Mlnnaap. A Hanlt. Rv. • . . , , 
1 (Llnceaot ol Hlnot, N; Dak,) 

^ Figures cover capital stock and funded 
and MUw., Bay View A Chic Rys. 
■ On hauls ol 303.W miles, whfrti includes 
> See Supplement at end of Table^or tota 
t No mileage owned; mileage operated 4.1 
' Includes stock, (10,800, helil in tmsury 
' Includes bonds, 155,000. held in Ireasurj 
capital all assigned to Group ] 

•iinnn — i ] "to Dthi 



3, SOD, ODD 

050. or" 

107,838,.'!( 

'Gl','.nb 



25,000 

30,000,000 

2,000,000 



»,3ai 
ia|:Mi 

lo!033 



300,000 



f Chic A Kenocha. 



I5,J0a 



100.00 . 
100,00 . 
lOILOO . 



4,13S,tt3a 
IB, 331. 1 



23.2311 
38.311i 



11,332,000 I S3,fHg 

"""ih,Oi3^(l66'|"37i»7'! 

"'k',iM'.<m'\"in'.&'\ 



IS.GOO.OOD Ifl.Wl 



> covering enl 
i[ company. 



■ Excludes tllO.OOO, apportion 
• Report tor six montliseodlii 
" See Supplement at end ot Ts 



nerged in Chic, Burl. A qjrin. R. B. 



jportloneil -to other properttea." 
to other pTopenJes." 



STATISTICS OF RAILWArS IN THE UNITED STATES. 848 

Close of the Yeah en'dixo Juxe 30, 190G — Continued. 



7 


8 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. 5 
Col. Vi 




Bonds. 



9 



10 



11 



I27NDED DEBT. 



Per cent. 
45. \h 



Designation. 



DoVnrs. 
125,000 



Miscclla- 

neoiia 

obllgation.s. 



Dollars. 



Income 
]>ohd8. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



12 




SUMMARY. 



No. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols, a+.» 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



(^olH. 3+6 



r,ii. 19 


2.500.000 

3.230.000 

121,84.0,500 






so. 52 






2,324,000 


5. J. 05 
























-14. 07 


3,(Ki0,0C0 




1,909,300 


315,511 






(.5.03 


79.307.024 
2,750,000 








39.99 












1 


4(i. 32 


24,4«iO,095 










1 


34.19 


15,589,000 




,1 






1 




, 




1 


1 


1 1 




1 



Dollars. 

275.000 

5. COO 

4,700,000 

6. -204. 000 

229,087.800 

3,000,000 

521.400 

13, 173. 420 

50.000 

120,849,907 

6.875.000 

1,500.000 

52,811.357 

25.000 

3 4.5.589.000 

2.000.000 

.tO.OOO 

102.000 

2.5.000 

58.000 



Dollars. 

25,000 

5()0 

1.54.504 

1 :«).(«8 

32.675 

M, 157 

10,033 

56.648 

14,285 

44,183 

42,357 
31.921 
38,961 

(-) 

469,500 

285.714 

30.(V74 

17.000 

1,250 

4.940 



1496 
1497 
1498 
1500 
1505 
1.50G 
1507 
1508 
1510 
1511 

1512 
1513 
1514 

1515 
1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 
736 
739 

751 



52.97 I 4,066,427 
58.39 i 17.653.701 



98.20 
98.48 
58.31 

47.37 
33.59 



54.63 
62.65 



83.33 
78.92 



68.74 I 
'68.62'! 



60.27 



3.000,000 

6r>0.000 

3.592,870 

54.000 
2,025,000 



1,036.000 
671,000 



50.000 
11,232,000 



9,043,000 

'8,'566,666' 



393,000 



1.439,292 



72,209 
677,342 



7.813,457 
31,394,594 



3.a55.000 

660,000 

8,630.393 



41,980 
I 65.625 



25,000 



114. 

6.028. 

* 115. 

1.942. 

1.071. 

187. 

60, 

14.232. 

200, 

13.155. 

20. 

14,500. 

693. 

593, 



000 
700 
000 
400 
000 
800 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 



70,004 1523 
15.522 1.524 
70,257 I 761 



19,000 
73,601 

6,530 

27.575 

207.750 

40,649 

7.334 
67,231 

3,498 
55,088 

5.952 
63.505 

5,948 

15 

11,117 



1525 
1527 
1528 
1530 
1531 
1532 
1534 
1535 
1537 
1539 
1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
1547 
1492 
1550 
1551 

1554 
1557 



36.17 
82.64 



8,500.000 
50,309.a33 



250,000 

« 23.500,000 
71,770.365 



> Soe page 342, note 1. 

> See page 3"i2, notes 5 and G. 
A See page 342, note 11. 



20,000 



46.863 
29,699 



« See page 342, note 4. 
* See page 342, note 8. 
< See page 342. notes 12 and 13. 



344 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

« 

CiRoi p VT. Table II, — Amoint of Railway Capital at the 



tl 



STCKKS. 



O 



riXI>EI> DKUT. 



Xo. 



15oi) 
ISl'iO 
15()2 
15li6 
lotW) 
l.V>7 

1570 
l.>7l 
12Si> 

1574 
1575 
157ti 
1.577 
1.57S 
1581 
15ft> 

isas 

1584 
l»'y 

ld8() 
1.5«7 
!;>«.» 
15'L' 

i:/n 

15(M 
1505 
15[H 
1000 
14)01 
IfiOJ 
IfiOi 
l<i04 
1«0J 

mio 

IBll 
1612 

iriia 

1614 

IrtUi 

1617 

161S 

1S22 

1H40 

1620 

ItGl 

lti22 

8«) 

1623 

HXi 

850 



.Vl)lirrvi.jt< <l iuiiik' of ro;i{l. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Oi. Xn. Rv. -Continued. 

Duluth tctm. Ry 

Duluth, Wfttcrt. & Pac. Ry. 

Mimioap. Un. Rv 

Wiihnar & Sioux Falls Ry. . . 
Grren Bay & Wn. R. R 

lola <fc Nn. R. R 

Kewaunee. Green Bay & Wn. 

Ilann. Con. R. R ' 

Hawthorne. Not>aganion (k Sup 

llazolhurst <k S. En. Rv 

111. Cent. R. R. > 

[Line north of Cairo. 111.] 

Blue I. R. R 

Chic. Sc 111. Sn. R. R 

l>ub(i. & Sioujc Cy. R. U 

Indpls. Sn. R. R 

8.C^i<>. R. R. 

III. Nn. Ry 

111. Sn. Rv 

III. Term.'R. R 

III. Vv. Belt R. R 

lo. Cent. Ry 

lo. Cont.A Wn. Rv 

Albia & Conterv. Uy 

Keokuk A: Ham. Brg. Co 

La Crosso *t S. En. Rv 

La Salle .Sc Bureau Co. R. R 

L. Sup. ^V Ishpeiniug R v 

L. Sup. Terra. A- Tr. Rv 

Litchl. S: Mad. Ry 

Manch. <?t Oneida Ry 

Manifltique Rv 

Manisiique, Marq. & Xn. R. H. « . 
Marinette. Tomanawk & Wn. Ry. 

Marq. & S. En. Ry 

Mini. Vt. & Sn. Ry 

Minneap. «t Rainy Riv. Ry 

Minneap. & St. L. R. R 

De« M. A Ft. Dodge R. R 

Minneap. En. Ry 

Minneap., Red L. & Manit. Ry . . . 

Minn. <^- X. Wis, R. R 

Minn. Tr. Ry 

Mo. <!^ L.') . R. R 

.Mo. Vac. Rv.: »« 

St. L.. Iron Mtn. & Sn. Rv.: '« 

Coal Belt Ry * 

MuniRing Ry 

Mu.scatine N. <fe S. Rv. » 

X. Y. Cent. & Hud. ftiv. R. R.: «J 

Ind. llarb. R. R 

L. Sho.-e & Mich. Sn. Ry.: »•» 

Chic, Ind. & Sn. R. R. > 

[Line in llUnois.] 



R. R. 
Rv. 



1 



' Amount 
I per mile 
' of line. 



J. 



Dollars. 

50,000 

730,000 

.•JOO-OOO 

4..'j00.000 

2,500.000 

71,400 

<i64.950 

80.000 

.'lO.OOO 

KM). 000 

9,3. 040. (WO 

25.000 

.'lOO 

11.759.500 

2.000.000 

20.000 

500.000 

."S. 000. 000 

500.000 

25,000 

14. 199. 4,V) 

900, OOU 

400.000 

1,000.000 

10.5.400 

,')0.0(X) 

1.000.000 

l.>4.200 

1,000.000 

.53. 500 

I.tO.(KX) 

2.000,001) 

ir»l . ,500 

1.000.000 

5.50.000 

400.000 

10,000.000 

5.044i.(iOO 

30.000 
95. .300 
10.000 
70.000 
1. 50. 000 



.50,000 
.S70.0f)0 



Dollars. 

27,473 
10.4.52 
190. 114 
14,790 
11.111 
1.5.191 

ij^.ns 

lli.(X)0 
1 . 493 

o.o^n 

s:{.5 



Tro por- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
capital. 

looxr«.i. ti 

<'o"l. li 



.\niount out- : 



Vmount 



standing. 



Col-. 

K -»♦ lorll 



permil*' 
of lin«». I 



Pt r cent. Dollars. 



Ah 



(> 
* 1 
15, 
11 



313 
IW 
475 
2.53 
4.201 

(') 
.37.. 521 
4S,780 
10,000 
28,270 
24, ,324 
16. 367 
500. 000 

7.S74 
l7.,7.Mi 

S.H06 
•22.743 

ti.<iN7 

1.923 
37.7.36 

3,t390 
17,940 
20.833 

9.588 
1.5. 8.38 
.36. :{9S 
10.204 

2. S45 
181 

5. 170 

4.0.54 



13 
12 



,333 
*i2 



34. 70 

1.5. 15 

.5.5. 24 

24. 75 

U10.00 

tiO. :*5 

100.00 

1(H). 00 

100.00 

I.J. 23 

20. 00 

100. Of) 

(d.Ol 

22. Oii 

9.09 

10*). 00 
.52. TiO 
52. (V:< 

100.00 
.52. -22 
61.86 

100.00 
.jO. 00 
12. 32 

KM). 00 
75. .30 
44. 16 
5H. 13 
45. 15 
7S. 95 

100.00 

100.00 
49.60 
.5.5. 00 
50.00 
2H. 87 
.57. 8K 
l«>. (i7 
11.98 
11.11 
4.35 

1(K).00 



100.00 
84 47 



17.5,000 
1,375.000 
2,800.000 
.3.646.000 
7,600.000 



Dollars. 

96,154 
19,688 
1,0(>4.639 
11.984 
33.77H 



436.793 


11.902 








* .57. (i»»,5,275 

ifjo!ooo 


24,120 
25,253 


" 7.. 51. 5. 798 

• 7,0(».5. .551 

•200.000 


9.891 
39.762 
42.017 


4. .505. 591 
450.000 


33.810 
43.902 


12.990.295 
55.5,000 


25.863 
15,000 


1.000.000 
750.000 


500.000 
18. .378 



:'.2H.OOO 

195.000 

7-20. 177 

i»5.000 

40.(KJ0 



1.5.612 

11.1.3(i 

16.379 

,8.126 

513 



M. 012. ^46 


18.165 


4.50.000 


17.046 


400.000 


9.588 


24.t«1.2S0 


39.010 


3,672.000 


26.484 


1.50.000 


51,020 


700.000 


20.895 


m.ooo 


1.447 


1.. 538. 000 


113.589 



lifKOOO 2.292 



l.OOO.WK) 
7.74'<.732 



(r_>..s.jO 



«iO. 



722 



100.00 
^4S 



l,*<7«».0i»S 14.?25 I 



> Excludesl2.,500,000,apportioniHl "to other properties;.' 

•' S<>(> Supplement at enu of Table (or totals coverine entire road. 

» include.s bonds of III. Cent. R. R. secured bv mortgage cm the following n>ad!!: $10.42.5.000 on Dul>q. 
A: Sioux Cy. R. R.. $13,.376,275 on St. L. Div. and excludes $48.26<».O0O. collateral trust bonds covered by 
]»onds of subsidiarv companies. 

* Road i.s 0.42 mile long; figures arc on basis of 1 mile. 
Sw note 3. 

Bonds not actually issued; amount represents interim certificates. 
Xo mileage o^K'ned; mileage operated. less trackage rights. 5.32 mile.<;. 
Data from ri*Port of company for period. July 1. 190.5, to March 20. VMY\; r«'i>ort for balance of year 

made by I'nion Trust Co.. Trustee. 

* Includes bonds. $285,000. held in treasury of company. 

!• Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads > as indicated. 

" No stock or bonds yet issued. 

»» Coveretl by funded debt of Mich. Cent. R. R. 



i 

6 
T 
8 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IX THE UNITED STATES. 



84S 



Close of the Year endixg JrxE 30, 190G — Continued. 



i 


8 

• 


FUNDED JMCBT 


10 


" 


1 


« 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
1 ratlwav 

; CM^tBl. 

! lOOXCol. B 
I Col. 18 


Designation. 




Bonds. 


ICisceUa- 

neous 

obUgntions. 


Income 
bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 


Per cent. 
77.78 


Doilars. 

175,006 
1.375.000 
2.800.000 
3,646.000 


DoUan. 


Dollars. 


Dolfars. 


(i.5.30 








84.85 








44.76 








75.25 




7,(^,000 












3U.t>5 


408,000 






28.793 

















37.77 


57.065,275 
100,000 








80.00 












V.' 



152 



13 



SUMMARY. 



1.3. 'hi 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+.-) 



38.99 
77.94 
90.91 


().7;i().ooo 

7.0C>.'»,551 
200,000 


78,5. 798 




1 




1 


47.40 
47.37 


4.400.000 
450.000 




105, .591 






1 


47.78 
38.14 


12,990,295 
555,000 










1 




50.00 
87.08 


1,000.000 
750,000 






. 




: 1 1 


24.70 
55.84 
41.87 
54.85 
ai.05 


2(>.5,000 

19.';,000 

576,000 

6.5,000 




6;i,000 




, 


144, 177 


1 




40,000 




! 




1 1 


50.31 
45.00 
r»0.0() 
71.13 
42.12 
83.33 

88. oe 

88. 8» 
95.<i5 


1,000.000 
4.50.000 
400.000 




12, 546 






1 


19,5(i5,000 
3, 6?2, 000 


5,000. 000 


66, 250 


' 




1.50,000 

700.008 

80.000 

1,538,000 






1 




1 


1 ' 1 " ■ 

i 1 , ! 



UiO.OOO 



Dollars. 

225,000 

2, 105,000 

3.^00,000 

1 8,146.000 

10,100,006 

71.400 

1,101.743 

^.000 

M.OOO 

IBO.OOO 

» 152,765.275 

125.000 

500 

a 19,27.5.298 

< 9. 065. .551 

220.000 

500.000 

9,505,591 

950.000 

25,000 

27, 189. 750 

1.455.000 

400,000 

2,000,000 

855.400 

30,000 

1,328,000 

349,200 

1,720,177 

118, .500 

190,000 

2,000.000 

161,500 

« 2,012,546 

1,000,000 

800. OOQ 

34.831.250 

8,718,600 

180,000 

795,300 

00. 000 

1,008,000 

1S0,600 



.50,000 
1,030,000 



No. 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 3+6 



Dollars. 

123.627 

30,140 

1,254,753 

26,774 

44.889 

15. 191 

ft, 020 

16, COO 

1.493 

9.091 

69,465 

31,. 566 
«1.100 
25. .3(i6 
51.0a5 
46,218 

71,331 
92,682 
10,000 
.54,133 
39,324 
16,367 
1,000,000 
20.961 

7,874 
63,208 
10,942 
39.122 
14,812 

2,436 
37,786 

3,^90 
36,ia5 
37,879 
19, 176 
54,848 
82,882 
61.224 
28,740 

1,028 
118,789 

4,054 



13,333 
14, 754 



1558 
1559 
1580 
1562 
1565 
1566 
1S67 
1S69 
1570 
1571 
1289 

1574 
1.575 
1576 
1577 
1578 
1581 
1.5S2 
1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 
l.'i87 
1589 
1.592 
1593 
1.594 
1.595 
1508 
WOO 
1601 
1C02 
1003 
1604 
lf09 
1610 
1611 
1612 
1613 
W14 
1616 
1617 
1618 
1822 
1840 
1630 
1621 
1622 
86 
1623 
833 
850 



10. 



.52 



1.879,»i8 



» 1,000.008 
9,627,800 



92,850 

75,447 



1 Sco page 344. note 1. 
3 See page 344. noto 4. 
5 See page 344. note 7. 



7 See page 344, note 12. 



* See page 344, note 3. 

* See pagie 344, aote 6. 
^ See page 844, note 9. 



34() REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMTSSTON. 



Group VI. 



Table II. — ^Amount of Railway Capital at the 



No. 



Al)l)roviiilrd name of road. 



6 



STOCKS. 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



1025 
lti28 

1()29 

1631 

1567 

491 

890 

923 

1633 
1634 
lt)35 

1636 

1638 
1639 
1642 
1645 
1646 
1647 
1877 
1649 
1650 
1651 
1652 
165.5 
939 

1406 
165(> 
1657 
1661 
1064 
166.5 
950 

1666 
9.VJ 

1675 
1677 
1678 
1(^81 
KkSS 
ir'84 
ir85 



Newton & X. AVn. R. R 

Nn. Pac. Ry. « 

[Line east of Montana.] 

Idinn. A: Intemat. Ry 

N. \Vn. Coal Ry 

Pawnee R. R. * 

Pennsylvania R. R.: * 

Pennsylvania Co.: * 

Vandalia R. R. ' 

[Line in Illinois.] 

T. Haute & Peoria R. R 

Peoria & Pekin Term. Ry 

Peoria & Pekin Un. Ry 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Wn. Ry.: • 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Wn. Ry 
(of Minn.). 

Quin., Om. & Kans. Cy. R. R 

Railway Tr. Co. of Minneap. ' 

Rockpt., Lang. & Nn. Ry 

St. Jos. Term. R. R 

St. Jos. Un. Depot Co 

St. L. & Hann. Ry 

St. L. & San Fran. R. R.: » 

Chic. & En. 111. R. R 

St. L., lioUcv. & Sn. Rv 

St. L., Trov A En. R. R 

St. P. Un. bepotCo 

S. Dak. Cent. Ry 

Southern Ry. > 

[Line in Illinois.] 

Mobile «S: Ohio R. R. • 

St. L. & Cairo R. R 

Sn. 111. <fe Mo. Brg. Co 

Stanley, McrriU & Phillips Ry 

Tabor <t Nn. Ry 

Tol., Peoria & Wn. Ry 

Tol., St. L. & Wn. R. R. » 

[Lino in lUinois.] 

Toluca, Marg. & Nn. R. R 

Wabash R. R. » 

[Line west of Dan\ille, 111.] 

Wabash, Chester & Wn. R. R 

Waterioo, C^'dar Falls & Nn. Ry . . . 

Waukcgan & Miss. Vy. Ry 

Whitcomb & Morris Ry 

Win. Brg. Ry 

Wis. & Mich. Ry 

Wis. Cent. Ry 



Dollars. 
1 1,166,250 
71,512,891 

500.000 
1,000.000 



Dollars. 

11,378 
26,340 

3.133 
125,000 



3,482,347 

3,764,200 
700.000 
1,000,000* 

125,000 

6,000,000 



55.000 
300,000 

10,000 
462,000 

22,618.100 

398.000 

350.000 

900.000 

l.(i31.200 

5,667,800 



6,500,000 

50.000 

100,000 

25,300 

4,076,900 

7,964,590 

l.W.OOO 
43,5(.5,380 

1.250,000 

1,200.000 

60.000 

10.000 

400.000 

951.. ->00 

30.000.000 



21,943 

26,628 
87.500 
55,127 

20,833 

23,163 



9.821 

294,117 

4,367 

4,485 

27,676 
30,615 
17.404 
102.740 
38,838 
36,075 



40,983 
10.776 
2,182 
2,878 
17,672 
44,374 

4.817 
35,187 

19.281 
30,000 

(10) 

l.(>67 

388. .349 

7.718 

30.r>34 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

WOXCol. 2 
" Col. 12 



Amount out- 
standing. 

Col«. 

8+9+10+11 



I 

Amount' 

per mile I 

of line. I 



Prr cent. 
44.51 
45.41 

18.90 
8L97 



50.36 

62.80 
41.74 
21.88 

51.02 

100.00 



68.75 

46.16 

100.00 

42.31 

34.32 
44.32 
55.29 
64.28 
85.53 
47.19 



6L90 
L64 
16. 67 
33.60 
44.00 
54.80 

13.34 
35.78 

64.44 
66.67 
100.00 
100.00 
51.02 
28.38 
49.23 



Dollars. 
M. 453, 750 
85,975,018 

2,145,000 
220,000 



Dollars. 
14.1S3 
31,64;8 

13.441 
27,500 



3,433,010 

2.230.000 

977.000 

3,570,000 

120,000 



25.000 
350.000 



21,632 

15,775 
122, 125 
196,803 

20,000 



4. 4rHt 

343,137 



630,000 

43,294,521 

500,000 

« 283,050 

500,000 

276,000 

6,342,121 



6,117 

52,976 
38,4(>2 
14,075 
57,077 
6.571 
40,367 



4.000.000 
3.000,000 
500.000 
50.000 
5.188.141 
0.570,787 1 

974. 413 
78, 2a'), 207 

690.000 
600,000 



384.000 

2.401,000 

",30,946,485 



25,221 
646,552 
10,910 
5.688 
22.480 
36.608 

31,292 
63,166 

10,6<3 
15,000 



372,816 
19. 474 
27,950 



1 Excludos $1,333,750. apportioned 'to other properties." 



3 

3 
4 
& 
C 



Excludes SI, 606.250, apportioned "to other proportu's." 

See Supplement at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

Uoport for seven months ending January 31. lOOfi; succo<'dod by Chic. <fc III. Midi. Ry. 

Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

Files no ri'port; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate notation of sub- 
sidiary road as indicated. 

7 No stock or bonds yet issued 

> Excludes $250,000, apportioned "to other proper! te.*?." 
• Railway capital all assigned to Ct roup V. Sec pages 338 and 339. No. 1406. 
" Road ownwi by Ani?rican Steel and Wire Co.; miieag*' op<«rated 3.75 miles. 

» Includes bonds, ¥3,485,000, covering 160.56 miles under construction; excluded In reaching *• Amount 
per mile of line." 



. STATISTICS OP RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 84T 

■ THE Ybak BS-orNii SvsE 30, IMG— Contiitni'.!. 



7 


** 


. 1 .. 1 „ 


L2 


13 




^^r..»,. 




raUwav 

capltiJ. 




"sa-" 




No. 


Bond*. 


cbl^tllus. 


Dallari- 


Equipmont 
ohligotions. 

Dollars. 


per mile ol 


Per real. 


DoJIar.. 
1.4'B,7S0 
85,012,677 

2,iis.a» 

moro 


DoBart. 


Dollar!. 
■ 2,fii0.000 
167, 487,009 

a.MA.DOO 

i;32n;ooo 


'"''^"■l 1 1^ 






3-J,«l 








■ 1 




















3T.a> 

48. OS 


s, 4X1,010 

3,230,000 
130,000 








C,91S,357 
.1,0M,3TO 

ilaTolooo 

34.5,000 

o.ooo.ono 


■ «,i-5 

42.403 

■lai.iuii 

40,833 
33,103 


«l 


















5711,000 












urn 




















SiS 


m, 








«),000 

i,om;ooo 

83,911,831 
808,000 

iioo;i2oo 

13.000,0(7 


11 

«).oa2 

'li 




















07. BB 
66-08 


380,000 

33.370,000 
500,000 

mooo 

fl,530.a84 




250,000 
150,000 






43,000 


0,833, G31 


ifl 






m;o»' 


















5.^,1H 




756.7.53 






nm- 


m.ia 

M.33 

ns.« 

Sfl.M 
M.23 

M.» 

3».33 


4.000,000 

■■a:S 

aO.OOO 
A.fm.lXD 
fl. .170,787 

77,256;«7S 

am, 000 








10,600,000 

■■S:Z 
,!:ig 

1. wo. 000 

1. 800,000 






























.^370 




3S7.771 


80'm2 'bW 






^ 


' 












29 024 16"B 






























48. SB 
71. ei 
.70.77 


^:ffiS 


















500,000 




Ti5.485 











348 REPOBT OF THE I^'TERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VII, 



Table II. — Amount of Railway Capital at the 



No. 



STOCK*. 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Abbreviated naino of road. 



Amount out- 



Amount 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 



.Vxxunuit 



Sol!!!L''oI " P^r niiJ^ ! caDital -^"^«'"\t out- permllr 
standing. *Sf lino. ! "^"^^^ standing. .VfUno. 



IMXCol. 2 
Col. U 



( "oIh. 
8-r9-t-lO-rIl 



1687 
1480 

1490 

1514 

1551 

1557 



1G95 
1280 
1697 
1822 
17Q2 
1704 
1628 

1707 
1708 
1700 

1712 



DoUart. 

Total-Group VII 338. 204. 818 



Dollar*. Per cent. 



Jiiitto, Anaconda &. I*ac. Ry 

Chic. & N. Wn, Ry. » 

[Line In Group VII.] 

Chic, Burl. & Quin. R. R. » 

[Line west of Missouri Riv.] 
Chic, St. F., Mimieap. A: Om. Rv. i. . . 
[Line west of Mis.'^ouri tiiv.] 

Gt. Nn. Ry. 9 

[Lino between Minot, N. Dak., 
and Idaho.] i 

St. r., Minneap. &. Manit. Rv. » 

[Line l)etween Minot. N. Dak., 
and Idaho] 

Mont. Cent. Rv 

ni. Cent. R. E.:*« 

Om. Brg. & Term- Ry 

Mo. Pac Ry.: « 

Pac. Ry . in Nehr 

Montan.r R. R 

Nn. Pac. Ry. » 

[Line in Idaho and Montsina.] 

YoJlo wstone Park Ry 

St. Jos. & Gr. I. Rv 

Un. Pac R. R. ». .'. 

[Line in Groun VII.] 
Wyo. & Mo. Riv. R. R 



1.000.000 
19.014,G«»S 

53.739.09«i 

."i.G98. 8«k.'> 

(3, 

.'>.204,244 

o. 000. (XX) 

5.000,000 

l.O».i.800 

3. .TOO. 000 

43. 808,882 

I.IO.OOO 

13..WH..V)0 

IM. 034. 733 

ISO. 000 



29.890 

1.5.8.% 
13,5IM 

13.080 

21). 910 



54.06 



.->o.oo 

37.84 
38.80 
:>3. (>8 



Dollars. 

280,341.016 

1,000.000 
31.229.262 

84.-145.342 

4. Olti. 7a) 



20.a")9 

2P3. 479 

U.Oll 
21 . 472 
2«;..3^0 

13.274 
.VI. Iji4 



17.36 

,33. .33 

74.07 

.10.02 
♦'3. 64 
4.). 41 

100.00 
7t».36 
74. .58 



10.000.000 

1.750.000 

1.095.000 

2,000.000 

,'>2.776.000 



4.210.000 
61.720.444 



10.000 loaoo 



» See Supplement at end of Table for totals cov»riiig entire road. 
« S«» Supplement at end of Table. 

» Entire capital stock. $149,546,050. apportioned "to other properties," 
4 Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road as inaicated. 



Dollars. 

24. 776 

l."». ^.'Hi 
22. .326 

20.554 

lS.()^.-, 



2.'>. 197.(:a 24. .k2 



'10.118 

102.718 

15.000 
12.270 
31.668 



16,709 
33.9.M 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE trSTITED STATES. 



S49 



Close of the Yeau exdixg June 39, 19D6 — Continued. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
Tailwav 
capital. 

looxroi. r. 

Col. I'i 

Per cent. 
4."). 32 



.W.OO 
62.16 

Gl.ll 

46.32 



82. G4 



66.67 

2o. 93 

49.98 
36.36 
54.59 



8 



9 




13 



FUNDED DEBT. 



SUMMABY 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



DoUars. 
260. 251 , 894 



MiBoella- 

neoiis 

obUgBtions. 



DoUars. 
19,764,121 



1,000.060 
20,277,512 

75, 537, 884 

4,916,705 



10,856,663 
8, 967, 458 



I 



23.64 
25.42 



2:., 197, 663 

10,000,000 

1,7 'A 000 

1,09."., 000 
2,000,080 , 
52,7S6,e86 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars^ 
95,087 



Equipment 

trust 
obiligations. 



DoUars. 
229. 914 



Total railway 
capital. 



Co\'<. -,»+.'» 



95,087 



4,900,000 :. 
Gl, 720, 444 !. 



19,914 



210,000 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 34 6 



Dollar^!. 
618,545,834 



2.000,000 
50,243,960 

138, 184, 4^ 

10,ftl5,570 

30,491,907 

15,000,000 

6,7r0,000 

2,190,800 

5, .500, 000 

96,675,482 

150,000 

17,80g,JK)0 

242, 755, 177 

180,000 



DoUars. 
54,666 



31,712 
35,920 

33,634 

38,961 



No 



rt87 
1486 

1490 

1514 

1651 



29,699 1557 



60,177 

396,197 

30,011 
33,742 
58,006 

as,.274 

70,933 
133,535 



1695 
1289 
1607 
1822 
1702 
1704 
1628 

1707 
1708 
1709 



10,000 1712 



1 .See page 348, note 3. 



350 RKPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Gkoip vrri. 



Table II. — Amount op Railway Capital at the 




No. 



1718 
1451 



1721 
1723 
172t) 
1730 
1735 
1472 
1474 

1511 

1737 
1738 
1739 
1740 
1741 
1743 
1744 
1740 
1747 
1748 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1754 
1755 
1750 



1700 
1704 
1705 
1707 
1772 
I <73 
1774 

1 ( « O 

1770 
1770 
1787 
17S9 
1790 
1791 
1793 
1790 
1798 
1802 



Abbroviatod imvAo of road. 



Total- (^roup VIII 



nty. 



STOCKS. 



Amount out- 
Standing. 



Dollars. 
S<>5, 104,012 



Amount 

p(«r mile 

of line. 



Dollars. 
28,755 



Alch. & En. Brg. Co 

Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. ? 

[Lino west of Kansas 
Mo.] 

Denver, Enid & Gulf R. R . . . 

Sn. Kans. Ry. of Tox 

Bourdon & Ouachita Riv. R. R 

Cache Vy. R. R 

Choster, IVrrj'v. & S. Gonc\iovo Ry.. 
Chic. & Alt. R. R.:« 

Kans. Cy., St. L. & Chic. R. R. «.. 
[Lme west of Missouri Riv.] 

Chic, Rock I. & Pac. Ry. « 

[Line west of Missouri Riv.] 

Choctaw, Okla. & Gulf R. R 

White & Black Riv. Vy. R. R . . . 

Rock I., Ark. <Sc La. R. R 

Chic, Rock I. & Gulf Ry 

St. L., Kans. Cy. & Colo. R. R 

Coio. & S. En. Ry 

Coh>. & Sn. Ry 

Colo. Spgs. <fe Cripple Ck. Dist. Ry. 

Colo. & Wvo. Ry 

Colo. Midi. Ry 

Cotton Belt & Nn. Ry 

Crossott Ky 

Crystal Riv. R. R 

Dooring S. Wn. Ry 

Denver & Intor-Mtn. Rv 

Denver & Rio G. R. R. « 

[Lino in Colorado nnd New 
Mexico.] 

Rio G. Jctm Ry 

Rio G. <t S. Wn. R. R 

Rio G. Sn. R. R 

Do(juoon <t En. R. R 

Flor. «V Cripple Ck. R. R 

Canon Cv. & Cripple Ck. R. R 

Golden Circle R. R 

Ford vco & Princeton R. R 

Ft. Smith & Wn. R. R 

Frooo Vy. R. R 

.Tonosboro, L. Cy. & En. R. R 

Kans. Cy. Belt Uy 

Kans. Cv., Clinton & Sprinef. Ry 

Kans. Cy., Mex. & Orient Ry 

Kans. Cv. Sn. Ry 

Ark. \Vn. Ry. 

Kans. S. Wn. Ry 

I^av. & Top. Ry 



700,000 
« 112.025,231 



2,2rO,000 

004, 'lOO 

2S.000 

KiO.OOO 

300,000 



»'2. 000,000 
* 23, r.i3 



20, 171 

5, 250 

2,000 

13.333 

18. la'j 



3.290,190 j 31.003 



33, 457, 117 

' 14,827,500 

400.000 

1,708.000 

101,000 

3,044,800 

100,000 

48.000.000 

2,000,000 

100.000 

10.000,000 

28.000 

25.000 

SOO.OOO 

212. .tOO 

514.300 

r.4.388.070 



2,000.000 

150.000 

4,510,000 

340. 100 

1,000.000 

n.'i.OOO 

175.000 

106.100 

5,000.000 

50.000 

000.000 

5.'i0.000 

1.77.5.400 

10. .524. 300 

" 48.159.825 

0.">0.000 

302.000 

50,000 



15,188 

15, 193 

0.425 

11,075 

201 

12,835 

15.949 

45,337 

2<).045 

1.900 

37.442 

2.000 

2.500 

24, 0(i8 

35.182 

30.253 

a8.C9<) 



32.210 

• 4,545 

25,000 

»• 12. 818 

24.414 

24. 171 

20. 555 

4.914 

24.808 

2.583 

0.890 

54,890 

7.170 

"32.818 

124.307 

20, ia5 

0.0«>9 

1.120 



Proi)or- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. •» 
Col. 18 



Per cent. 
4,5. 8t» 



6 



51.28 
45. h7 



.-lO.OO 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

01. 18 

100.00 

34.37 

49.74 

40.00 

19.08 

1.23 

100.00 

25.00 

00.93 

»i. 77 

2.17 

52.10 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

5i.r*9 



.'lO.OO 
100.00 

50.00 
100.00 

50.00 

50.00 

50.00 
100.00 

42.05 
100.00 

.')5. 07 

iao3 

25.27 
54. 27 
58.90 
50.00 
100.00 
19.01 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Amount out- 1 I'J^?}^^} 
standing. 1-/-1« 



Cols. 
8-»-»+10+ll 



Dollars. Dollars. ■ 

1.021. 232, r.23 33. W4 '. 



I 



OtVi.OOO i>14«),000 
« 132,883,939 ' * 27,8lil I 



2,200,000 , 20,171 



140,000 . K.4-i9 



03,870,970 28,995 ! 



7 14,981,000 

000,000 

7,500,000 

8,132,000 



15.350 

9.(37 

40,981 

21,000 



300,000 

30,775,032 

3,439.000 

4.500.000 

9.194,000 



47,847 
29.008 
45.817 
85.519 
34.424 



00,104.730 i 30.157 



2,000,000 


32,210 


4,510,000 25,000 


1,000.000 

n.-i.ooo 

175,000 


24.414 
24, 171 
26,555 


0,891,435 34,270 



477,800 

2. .500. 000 

5.250.000 

8.804.523 

"33.52f'..02.'i 

050.000 



: 5,492 

249.501 

I 21.200 

'" 27.041 

8(5. .578 

20,105 



2a5.000 



4,500 



» Road is 0.3-5 mile long; figuros are on basis of 1 mile. 

« See Supplement at end oiTable for totals covering entire rond. 

• The capital stock and funded debt include issues for the acquisition, by purchnse or exchange, 
of the stock and bonds of other roads forming a part of the sj-stem, and the" apportionment per mile 
is made upon that basis. 

* On basis of 9,887.99 miles. See note 3. 
K.xcludes bonds, $1,583,000, covered by the funded debt of Atch.. Top. & S. Fe Ry. 
Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road as indicated. 
Excludes $1,000,000, apportioned to "other properties." 
On basis of 17.00 miles, which includes 6.50 miles of electric line. 
On basis of 33.00 miles, which exclndes 8.00 miles of logging branches. 

10 On basis of 27.00 miles, which excludes 15.00 miles of lomng spurs. 

" On basis of 320.G9 miles, which includes 168.00 miles outside United States. 

i« Excludes $2,8<0,175, apportioned "to other properties.'" 

" Excludes 1823,500, apportioned "to other properties." 



t 


7 
8 



ti 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 85t 

Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 



» 


8 


» 1 lo 1 11 


1* 1 13 




nmUKD DKBT. 


«v«».«v. 




Proper- 

loUway 
ropltal. 


DMlSDBtlna. 


ToUl nllviy 
Mpitsl. 


"'7sF'' 


No. 


.™,.. 


Mlicella- Income 
obUgaliona. I™"^'- 


Equlpmeat 

tmsl 
oblleaiinn-. 

32,i-M,'7-Jl 




I'ft ml. DoSari. 
M.M, MO, 601, OSS 


floUori. , fln/taM. 
87,SB«.30J>1 70,S!B.O;3 


1,88(1.33(1, 135 


"•s.™ 










,-,,, 


,^4.13 rS,7l5.SK! 






■ 246.5011,170 

Is 

3,2Bfi,l»! 
B7,l»,(»a 

' 2n,H»,an 

1,000.000 
8^'OCO 

3;ii44;a» 

7», 77^0^2 
5.430.000 

loiWocS 

2s;oro 
im.Doo 
:ii2,5ao 

814 300 
124.K1.40B 

4.000.000 

ISO. 000 

''IS 

mioo 
' soiooo 
a^omiooo 

7:om;«o 

10.3»l.«23 

i! 3m! 000 




. 


40, 3« ' mi 
















SLffi 


■"•" 






1 


31.003 1 T. 
44.1«3 l.'ill 


ittOJ 

w.oa 


13,870,07(1 

la.Tiii.ora 

.as 

8.IS2.000 




i,i,w,noo 




lii.Oiri 173B. 












S9.0T 


x,7;a;o32 
(sro'oro 








































mTw I 1?M 


ao.00 


'■■■ffl,'M7.'ii.V 

2,000,000 





867,'6iD' 






' 






saoo 


4, SID, 000 










Stiili 

XL 00 


'•ffiS 

175,(00 








4S,34I 1 1773. 








67. » 


11,300.000 




%i,m 








is. 71 


li;E 

9y.i7ii.aM 




i.sto 


aofS 1? 






■ <», laf , 17S1 


■■■2;»i2;iM|::::::::::::::i .1:SS;m 




ios.'ooo' 





I Si¥ pagv 350. note 3. 
' 8n> pii«p MO, note B. 
• See pagp 350, notes, 

!• e™pBge360,'notcBl2and 13. 



35a liEPOBT OF THE IXTERSTATE COMMEBCE COMMISSION. 

Gholp VIII. Table II,— Amoist of Railwav Capitai, at t 



IS03 U^v. Di-pot Ji R. B.Co 

leot Malvern i FreMi Vy. Br... 
I»10 , Hsnltou & llkM I-ealc R;. . 



! Dollari. , , 
IB.W ' 



Mo.. Kmin 

(l,ir 

Mo., Ok 

Mo.Piu-.Ity 

l(oonv.,Bt.l..4Bu,By,... 
Kaniin. fi Kana. C«nt. Ily. . 
Kins. A Colo. I'M. Ry, 

Pudb.&StaULkcell.B.. 
Kuu. Vy. * 8. Wn. Ry. ol t 

Kara.t'y.i S.Wn.Bjr.loI II 

Kaiu.S.WD.RT 

I,flroy * Cinej Vy. Air I.lne R. R. 

Rooks Co. R. It 

St. L.,(iakH.£ CurondPlft Ry. 

rent. llrti.Ry 

St. L.. Iron Mtn. & Sn. Ity 

HctrinRy 

Kaaii. & Aik. Vy. Rv 

Uttio Rork .Ictn. Ky 

Ark.* Ij.Hy 

Ark. Cent. R.R.. 

Ark. UliU. R. 11 

Ark.a. Wn.Ry 

BHnkley, ilel. & Indn. Bay R. 
I F.l lioraJo A Bastrop Ry 

UltJe Rock & Hot Spra.Wn.R 

Uiaa. Blv., lUmb. A Wn. Ry. 

Plai! Hluff A Wn.R. R 

Uo.Sn.B.R,.... 

PArsKoiikl & Uempb. Ry 



.1,DI»,.'M) !4,!»8 



St. L., t'A Reno li Wn. Rv 

1803 St. L. g, Wn. Ry. 

19BS ! Paraeniil.! B. Kn. Ry 

1800 nne li luff Art. Riv. Ry I 

■"- gt.L.Tr. Rv I 

Saline Riv. Ry ! 

Silvprton.nUililoneANortlierlyR.R.; 

ITOS Sllgoi En. H. R | 



(iN,r>07 
5,1*-. 

17,«»0 



2TC00O 

4so!noo 
soo.ooo 

wo. 000 



S. 976. 000 ' 

i.jw.ono ' 
' M..«io.ooa 



9t iHsitiHl by present 



St. L. dr N. Ark. R. R., predw 



•00,000 

xaXOb 

\3,iSi.lX0 



is.oo 
so! 00 



ISJM 

1 0,233 
M»Xt 

■KM< 

IIMMZ 



3S,7W.«I «.(■» 



ll.4«'> 100.00 I. 



See Supplement at end o( Tabt for totals covcrinB entire mad. 
l'::if]uilM 1200,000, Bpportlonrd " to other propert lea." 
Road In OM mile luni: Ogurea are on basis of 1 mile. 
On tiasl«nt:iA')1.93nilIei. whlrh Inehidea 1,329.02 miles r[ '■ proprietary 
Intludei. tiW,aM. hsid in treaaury ol company. 
• Covers bonds ._|15.J» ,500, of St. [,. S. Wu. Ry. of Tpi, and im,,flOft. nJ Pine TJhiff Ark. Ri- 



also Inclurtee llfKATI, deferred payments -Interest on eqnipment 
bonds In treasury of company. 

• On basis oM,3M,24niiln,«hkA Includes 7MJ4 miles of subaldlar 



<W. nj Pine TJhiff Ark. Riv. Ry. ; 
mat olilbrollons. and tl.tMOUO. 

companies. 



STATISTICS OP BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



353 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



8 



9 



10 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
cai^tal. 

lOOXCol. 5 
"Col, Vi 



Per cent. 
50.00 



50.00 
31. (.5 
49. »8 



89.48 
50.00 
56.51 

54.26 
53.94 
61.54 
42. 86 
48.00 
59.42 
66.29 
66.58 
48.35 
52.00 
35.48 
50.00 
43.99 
70.21 



Designation. 



66.67 
52. 10 
42.86 



10.50 
50.00 



50.00 
50.00 
42.31 



70.35 
57. 59 
61.75 
50.00 
59.60 
60.00 



45. 25 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 
150,000 



500,000 

439.000 

6,864,000 



1,590,000 

3,065,500 

61,995,455 

2,000,000 

30,000,000 

400,000 

225.000 

23,532,000 

2,270,000 

407,000 

5.50,000 

372,000 

520,000 

275,000 

400,000 

.'•.,959,000 

67,364,069 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



12 



13 



SUMMARY. 



Dollars. 



24,000 



65,012,000 



2.7,880 
6,136,000 



30,471,330 



37,905 



3,412,000 
435,000 
384,000 



176,000 
396,000 



1,140,000 ! 
400,000 I 
880,000 



113,846,429 

35,423,300 

3,323,390 

1,240,000 

38,122,760 

100,000 



100,000 



750 



6,322,780 

i6,'o66,666' 



1 See page 352, note 1 . 
• See page 352, note 4. 
' See page 352, note 6. 
» See page 352, note 9. 



6,770,000 



4,792,326 
3,286,304 



5,739,833 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 

Dollars. 

300,000 

169.500 

1,000,000 

1,463.000 

11,713,500 

2,500,000 

1,777,000 

I 6,131,000 

109,709.722 



•3,733 

168,965 

650 

525 

49,030 

3,820 

614 

826 

769 

1,000 

775 

800 

13,544 

149,040 

10 

5,118 

835 

896 

697 

1,676 

792 

125 

315 

2,280 

800 

2,080 

80 

68 

25 

30 

168,638 

67,219 

16,622 

2,480 

B 90,362 

200 

» 200 

200 

60 

221 

300 



380 
876 
000 
000 
100 
000 
000 
000 
440 
000 
000 
000 
000 
678 
000 
400 
000 
000 
400 
000 
000 
000 
200 
000 
000 
000 
000 
950 
000 
000 
7.55 
604 
920 
000 
583 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



« See page 352, note 2. 

• Sec page 352, note 6. 

• See page 362, notes, 7 and 8, 

• See pace 352, note 10. 



Amount 

per mile cf 

line. 



Cols. 3+8 



Dollars. 

('> . 
18,833 

112,300 

49, 



40, 
40 
634 
48 
66 

48 

14S; 

14 

37 

33 

26 

29 

30 

30 

19 

42 

126 

34 

67 

1 

29 

1,415 

35 

13 

35 

23 

5 

7 

42 

15 

46 

1 

2 



M7 
80 
64 

103^ 

6 

8 

31 

6 

31 

24 



762 
019 
264 
643 
696 
636 

031 
066 
782 
076 
823 
111 
662 
592 
889 
312 
465 
984 
890 
281 
295 
995 
254 
082 
797 
321 
994 
442 
173 
752 
708 
910 
208 
768 
923 
732 
733 
970 
691 
754 
634 
334 
000 
446 
556 
571 
000 



No. 



1803 
1808 
1810 
1813 
1814 
1816 
1818 
1819 
1820 

1821 
1822 
1823 

1827 
1828 
1829 
1830 
1831 
1833 
1834 
1836 
1837 
1839 
1840 
1842 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1860 
1851 
1863 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1863 
1864 
1869 
1877 
1882 
1883 
1890 
1893 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1899 
1903 
1005 



354 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group VIII. 



Table II. — Amount of Railway Capital at thb 



No. 



Abbreviated mime of road. 



STOCKS. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



1907 
1912 
1915 
191G 
1917 

1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
170 J 

1926 
1927 
1930 
1931 



Term. R. R. Assn. of St. L 

St. L. Brg. Co. 

Tunnel R. R. of St. L 

St. L. Merchants Bre. Term. Ry . 
Granite Cy. & Mad. Belt Line 
R. R. 

Mad., III. & St. L. Ry 

St. L. Merchants Brg. Co. . . 

Thornton & Alex. Ry 

Top.A N.Wn. R. R. « 

U intah Ry 

Ultima Ty^ Arkadel. & Miss.Ry. • 

Un. Pac. R. R. < 

[Line in Group VI 1 1.] 

Leav., Kans. <fe Wn. Ry 

Un. Term. Ry 

Willlamsv., Greenv. & St. L. Ry . 
Wilmar & Saline Vy. R. R 



Dollars. 

2,882,000 
7,990,000 
1,250,000 
2,939,500 
100,000 

2,500 

1,500,000 

50,000 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



1,750,000 



113,983,467 

1,000,000 

500,000 

375,000 

50,000 



Dollars. 

2,693,458 

6,549,180 

» 1,329,787 

733,042 

74,074 

1,309 
789,473 ': 
2,181 ! 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railwav 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 2 



Col. Vi 



Per cent. 

8.70 
61.51 

100.00 
45.6.5 

100.00 

100.00 

42.86 

100.00 



32,028 

99,' 584 

6,049 

111,607 

15,000 

4,167 



100.00 



74.58 



100. 

100. 

50.00 

100.00 



00 
00 



6 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Amount out- 
standing. 

Cols. 
8+9+10+11 



Dollars. 



Dollars. 
30,000,000 28,037,383 



Amount 

per milo 

of line. 



5,000,000 



3,500,000 



4,098,361 



872,818 



2,000,000 1,052,631 



38,860,556 33,051 



375,000 j 15,000 



1 Road is 0.94 mile long; figures are on basis of 1 mile. 
« No stock or bonds issued. 

* Logging road; no stock or bonds issued. 

* See supplement at end of table for totals covering entire road. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



355 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



! 7 

1 

1 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 




i 

FX7NDED DEBT. SUMMARY. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 
Col. 1« 


Designation. 


Total railway 
capital. 

Cols. 2+5 


Amount 

per mile of 

line. 

Cola. 3+8 


No. 


Bonds. 


MisccUa- 

neous 

obligations. 


Income 
bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 




Ptr cent. 
91. 24 


Dollars. 

30.000.000 


DoVars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 



Dollars. 

32,882,000 

12,990,000 

1,250,000 

6,439,500 

100,000 

2,500 

3,500,000 

50,000 


Dollars. 

30,730,841 

10,647,541 

» 1,329,787 

l,6a'>,860 

74,074 

1,309 

1,842,104 

2,181 


1907 


38.49 5,000,090 


• 


1912 


\ 


1915 


54. a5 3,. 500, 000 




191A 


1 


1917 


• ••.••.••.••[••••...•.••••••' --' ' 


1918 


-57.14 2,000,000 


• : 1 


1919 


1 




1920 


1 ; 1 






1921 


i 


1 


1,750,000 


32,028 


1922 


' * . 1 


1 


1923 


25.42 38,860,550 

1 1 




. 


152,844,023 

1,000,000 

500.000 

750.000 

50,000 


133,535 

6,049 

111,607 

30,000 

4,167 


1700 




1 


1926 






1927 


50. 00 375, 000 

1 






1930 






-1931 




1 


1 





^ See page 354, note 1. 



35(> REPORT OF THE INIEESTATE COMMEECE COMMISSION. 
Group IX. Table II.— Aholst op Railwa 



Total— roup IX.. 



<!- Nechea RlT. R. R 

■ - FeRy. ' 

" 'IteURlv,] 



\tch., Top. 4 

I Line south 
Boaumont Wharf 
Guir. Colo. & 3. Fe Ry 



OuU , llHtumoDt & 
PecosVy.iN. En. Ky 

Pecos * Nn.Ter. Rv 

Pecos Rir.R.R 

. I. a — Tramp. Co. 



I Heaunii 
I UeaumoJ 
I Chit.. R( 



Ry.. 



I8» 



Chic., Rock I. A El Pw 
dIo. i Sii. Rt.: 1 

Ft. Wor. *I>envt. ..,.-.^ 

Ft. Wor. & Dfnver Tfmi. Ry . 

Trtnity A Braios Vy. Rj- 

1970 DeRldJcrA En. Ry 



I.& Pbc. Ry.: i 
ilPaso 
frCy.Ry. 



■aaoi'N.En:' 
aeo & Rock. I 
«Sn. Ry.. 



1985 Franlc. A Abhei 
--- Ostv.. Hoiirton 

(lull Si InlprKtate Ry 



&Hend.R.R.ori883 



■axn Urtngi Wn. Ry... 
2001) l.n. & Ark. R" 
mi La. * N. W. I 



B. ATei. Ry. i 

[Line DOiith of Drnlxan Tei.l 

Dftlloa. riehunw * 8. Wn. Ry 

Dcnison, Ilonhain & N. O. R. R... 
With. Fulls Ry 



itenilof Tahlrfo 



' InBprtisl toshow-i,.., .„ „ 

• Rrpnrt for eleven nlo^t^l< eniilne Uay 31, 

ConsolldalBlwlth Ark.8n,EK.Ry.»nd Little 

which In turn WHS loaaod to rUc, Root I, & 1 

operallcm until June I, l'K». 

< Road i9 0.44 mile long; llguics are on baala i 




it Atch.. Top- & S. Fp Ry. 

, t«a-., the Ark. Bn. R. R. waa 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE VKITED STATES. 



857 



Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906— Continued. 



7 


8 1 

1 


9 


10 11 

1 


1% 

SUM MA 


13 




FUNDED DEBT. 


RY. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100X(^ol. 6 
Col. 13 


Designation. 


Total railway 
capital. 

Cols. 2+r» 


Amount 

per mile of 

line. 

CXils. 3+6 


No. 


Bonds. 


Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 


Income 
bonds. 

Dollars. 

04,888,935 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 

Dollars:. 
5.740,111 




Per cent. 
57.00 


Dollars. 
279, 208, 100 


Dollars. 
339.793 


Dollars. 
614,345,051 


Dollars. 
41,036 






1 






55.000 
I 96,640,208 

162,495 

3 22,418,925 

850,000 

858,500 

2,026,755 

9,297,200 

727.000 

1,387,200 

75,000 

20.000 

287,567 


4,386 
« 51,474 

41,452 
19,500 

8,105 
11,035 
32,835 
41,979 

7,603 
25,561 

1,070 

2,500 
14,a82 


1936 


54 12 .■10.flS4.941 




21,322,398 




1451 


63.08 
79.66 
88.24 
90.97 
75.33 
32.10 
80.25 
CO. 17 


100,000 




2,405 


1941 




17,858,925 


1942 


750.000 
781,000 
1,499.500 
2,984,000 
627,000 
696,000 






1043 








1944 






27,255 


1945 






1946 








1947 








1948 








1949 


1 






1951 


93 05 •'<;7..'«i7 




1 


1952 












1511 
1869 


88 34 


:i (iOO. 666 




i 


4,075,000 

18,334,017 

400.000 

3,080,000 

30,000 

40,000 

454.500 

5,400.000 

1,272,000 

6,000,000 

300,000 

5,000,000 

30,000 

10,000 

300,000 

185,000 

3,000,000 

900,000 

35,145,911 

35,000 

50.000 

7,140,000 

4,188.044i 

30,000 

2.5,000 

9.753.500 

74,747,078 

156,000 

50.000 

241,500 


36,547 

40,370 
71,174 
19, 475 
6,000 
2,857 
15,000 
36.112 
40,940 

46,430 


1963 


48 86 ! 8,176,000 






783,017 


1744 
1965 


50.00 ' 200.000 






1966 


94.87 


2,922,000 






1967 






1970 










1972 










1974 


50.00 
29.24 

50.00 


2,766.666 
372,000 

3.000.000 








1975 








1976 








1077 








15,528 ' 1978 


50.66 2,566,666 






39.154 ' 1979 






4 68,182 1 lonn 


1 




# 


1,000 
21,429 

8,146 
65,132 
12,793 
31,778 

3,735 

2,778 
38,141 
36.323 
12,000 
12,136 
49,407 


1961 


1 




, 




1983 


72.97 
06.67 
92.11 
72.25 


13^), 000 

2,000.000 

829,000 

24,840,053 






1965 






1987 


t 




1989 




544,858 


1995 




2006 










2007 


47.48 
45.08 


3,390.000 
1,880,000 






2009 


1 


8,046 


2011 




2012 










2015 


49.88 
56.51 

9X59 


4,865.000 
42,238,545 

146,000 


. 




fmiA 






66.636 : 1820 






15,886 ^»W> 






2.0G0 
13,447 


2023 


91.72 


1 221,500 


1 




2024 



1 See iMige 356, note 2. 
» See page 356, note 4. 



« See page 3.36, note 3. 
* See page 35»>, note 7. 



358 REPORT OF THE I^^TERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Grolt IX. 



Table II. — Amount of Railway Capital at the 



6 



No. 



Abbreviated name of road. 



1822 
1840 
2028 
2027 
2028 
2029 
20.% 
2031 
2032 
2033 

2037 
2038 
2045 
2046 
2048 j 
2050 I 
2052 I 
2a'>3 1 
1877 ' 

2059 I 

2060 , 

2061 ' 
1893 ' 

2062 ! 
2003 , 
2064 
1944 
206.-> i 
206S i 
2261 , 

2069 . 
1949, 

2070 I 
2071 
2072 , 
2073 
2074 
2075 
1955, 
2076 
1957 
2077 
2078 
2079 
2060 , 
2081 ' 
2082 
2083 

2085 I 

2086 , 
2087 
2088 . 



STOCKS. 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Mo. Pac. Ry.: » 

St. L., Iron Mtn. & Sn. Ry.: » 

Farmerv. <& Sn. R. H 

Little Rock & Monroe Ry 

N. O. & N. \Vn. R. R 

St. L.. Watkins 6: C.ulf Ry 

Monroe & S. Wn. Ry 

Moscow, Camden & San. Aug. Ry. . 

Nacogdoches & S. En. R. R 

Natchez <t Wn. Ry 

National R. R. of Mcx.: ^ 

Tex. Mexican Ry 

N. 0., Ft. Jack. & Gr. Isle R. R 

Orange & N. Wn. R. R 

Ouachita & N. Wn. R. R 

P«llok & Angelina Vy. Transp. Co. 

Red Riv. A (Tulf R. R 

Rio G. R. R. (of Tex.) 

Rio G. & Eagle Pass Ry 

St. L. & San Fran. R. R.: » 

Ft. Wor. & RioG. Ry 

St. L., San Fran. A Tex. Ry 

St. L., Brownsv. & Mcx. Ry 

St. L. S. Wn. Ry.: i 

Dallas Term. Ry. & Vn. Depot Co.l 

St. L. S. Wn. Ry. of Tex j 

San. Ant. & Aransas Pass Ry : 

San Ant. A Gulf R. R.' ! 

S. FeCent. Ry 

Sibley, h. Bistcneau <fc Sn. Ry I 

Sn. Pac. Co. : » ■ , 

(Jalv., Harrisb. A San Ant. Ry ' 

Galv.. Houston A Nn. Ry. • 

Heame A Brazos Vy. R. R 

Houston A Shrevopt. R. R 

Houston A Tex. Cent. R. R 

Houston E. A W. Tex. Ry 

La. Wn. R. R 

Morgan's La. A Tex. R. R 

Gulf, Wn. Tex. A Pac Ry. ' 

Il)eria A Vermilion R.. R 

N. Y.. Tex. A Mexican Ry. ' 

Tex. A N. O. R. R 

Sugar Land Ry 

Tex. A Pac. Ry 

Denison A Pac. Suburban Rv 

Weatherf., Mini. Wells A N.Wn.Ry. 

Tex., Ark. A La. Ry 

Tex. Cent. R. R 

Tex. Midi. R. R 

Tex. S. Line Ry 

Tex. S. En. R. R 

Tex. Sn. Ry. » 



Dollars. 



900 

500,000 

1,500,000 

993,400 

172,000 

50,000 

124,400 

75,000 

2,500,000 
243,650 

35,000 
200,000 

40,000 
101,000 
2.55,200 
600,000 

2,842,000 

804,000 

1,221,500 

10,000 
2,750,<X)0 
1,000,000 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. 2 



Amount 



.\mount out- ,^, ^,. 



Col. u 



Cola. 
8+9+10+11 



Dollars. ! Per cent 



I 



Dollars. 



Dollars. 



40 

11,510 

12,989 

10,098 

6,370 

7,143 

11,197 

3,a59 

15,465 

4,088 

573 

7,693 

5.000 

7,i»22 

11,342 

22,222 

14,509 
9,387 
3,057 

1,011 
4,047 
1,381 



2,500,000 
100,000 



21,608 
3,333 



100.00 

52. 63 

100.00 

50.26 

48.86 

1(10.00 

100.00 

100.00 

51. 65 

37.27 

7.06 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

85. 30 

50.00 

42.0) 
40.% 
45. 22 

100.00 

100.00 

5.37 



450,000 



983,360 
180,000 



2,340,000 
410,000 
461,000 



44,000 
600,000 

3,917,000 
1,188,000 
1,480,000 

(•) 
(*) 
17,638,872 



10,359 



9,996 
6,667 



14,476 
6,879 
7,550 



l,a56 
22,222 

19,997 

13,870 

3,704 



24,370 



50.00 . 
100.00 I. 



2,500,000 21,608 



27,084,400 , 20,677 45.48 j 32,470,000 24,788 



52,870 

400,000 

10,000,000 

1,920,000 

3.360,000 

15,000,000 



2,830 
10,055 
14,393 
10, aV) 
10,946 
47,601 



100.00 
73.73 
40.30 
39.02 
60.00 
66.08 



300,000 , 19,182 



48. 24 



5,000,000 


11,3.36 


109,400 


7,704 


38,76.3,810 


22,074 


100,000 


13, 106 


100,000 


4,. 348 


•2.5,000 


3.247 


3,973,800 


17.506 


500,000 


4,497 


10,000 


1.049 


100,000 


2,500 


79,980 


£69 



150.000 . 

14,814,000 ' 

3,000,000 ; 

2,240.000 ' 

7,496,714 i 



322,000 20,588 



31.92 
100.00 ■ 

40.97 ; 

50.00 I 

16.67 ; 

100.00 ' 

8.'».94 

35.72 

5. 31 

100.00 

8.66 



10,661.793 I 24,173 



» 5.5,844,437 
100,000 
500,000 



6.50,000 
900,000 
178, 152 



3.771 I 
21, .322 
1.5,712 
11,:97 
23,790 



31,801 
13,106 
21,739 



2,F63 
8.096 ! 
18,094 , 



843,269 10,215 : 



» Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 
« Files no report; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate relation of 
subsidiary road as indicated. 

• Bonds, 1731,000, covered by fundcrd debt of St. L. S. Wn. Ry. 

• Bonds, $15,729,500, covered by funded debt of St. L. 8. Wn. Ry. 

» Report for period, .July 1 to .\ugust 10, 1905; merged in Galv., Harrisb. A San Ant. Ry 

• Report for period, .Tulv 1 to 8ept<»mber 28. 1905; merged In Galv., Harrisb. A San Ant. Ry. 
» Report for ix»riod, July 1 to August 9, 1905; merged in Galv., Harrisb. A San Ant. Ry. 

• Includes $40,355, deferred payments— interest on equipment trust obligations. 
> Road in hands of Receiver; figures are froniTeport of company. 



STATISTICS OP EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
THE Year ending Jusb 30, 1906— Continued. 



T 


8 


0. 10 11 


It 


13 


■ 




Total raUway 
oapiUI. 

i.soojooo 

'■SiiSS 

30,001) 
121,400 

'cssioso 
40g:ooo 

200.000 

ioi]ooo 
■2-x.m 
1,200,000 

!:|:ffi 

1 10,000 

' 2.750,000 
18,638,872 


p^r^teol 




Ptopor- 

col. 1!_ 

Pit ■.-cnl. 




Nth. 


Bond*. 


obiS?u™, ^^-^ 


Equipment 

trust 
<i1illBttll(.l.a. 

Dollar t. 




DoUar,. 


Dollars. , Dollar! . 


Donats. 

1S22 


J7,37 


.tJO.OVO 














49,74 


OSS, 310 
180,000 












13.037 , £030 


























4S.3S 
61.73 

e3.M 


2,310,000 
410,000 
401,000 






1 


































ii.7o 

50.00 


44,000 










«»,000 






^017,000 
1,188,000 

1,480.000 






■ ^ 


















1,011 . 2062 


















9*,B72 










'UfA 


so. 00 


2,900,000 






5,000,000 

'loolooo 

50,554,400 






Vm 1^ 


5fc52 


30,912,000 


1 


1,558,000 






i»w 








sieooiooo 

22.«B,TI4 




S9.70 


190.000 
14,8H.C«0 












25' -?7' 20^3 






28,243 i 2074 














1D55 


51, 7G 


m'M 






022,000 


39,770 






08.08 


9, OH, 000 


315,793 






m'.no 

'"'si 

MJOOO 

100.000 

023,249 








M.CO 


"'ii 




25,107,613 


1,222,908 




















M.2S 
Qf 00 


950,000 

900,000 

175,000 










sM 


rj..=Sf2 20K5 








807,000 


24,000 









360 HEPORT OP THE INTEBSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Group IX. Table II.— Amount op Railway Capital at t 





I 


» 


3 . 


•. 


' 


" 1 




— — — ■ 


„o™. 


r™„»„„. 1 


No. 


-- 


Amoan, 


railway 
CBpHai. 


':^; 


permUn 
(rfllnc. 






Doltari. 


6,4S3 

'f,i 

4,lfl7 


inn! 00 
100.00 
so. 00 

IDO.DO 

ioaoo 


DoIIari. 


Zto/tor.. 




Trinlly V> 8b. R. R 

VolascD, BraiOB & Nn. Ry. > 

?SM'K'i*.'-6.»,'.;.::;: 


''1 


2S2 

SOD 

ZOO 




ans 


,,ffiS 


KS 










■i;™:™ ' 


».". 





























coierlng petiod July I, 190$, t 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



361 



Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



7 


8 


9 


lO 


11 


12 


13 






FUNDED DEBT 


• 


SUMMABY. 




Propor- 
tiou to 
total 
rallwav 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 
Uol. 1-4 

Per cent. 


Designation. 


Total railway- 
capital. 

Col8. 2+5 


Amount 

per mile of 

Une. 

Cols. 34 6 

Dollars. 

6,452 

3,333 

11,800 

44,227 

6,667 

6,277 

39,080 

1,366 

4,167 

1,176 


No. 


Bonds. 


Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 


Income 

bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 




Dollars. ' Dollars. 


Dollars. Dollars. 


Dollars. 

200.000 
20,000 

230,000 
8,335.642 

300.000 

100,000 

2,040,000 

30,200 

25,000 

20,000 


2092 


1 ■ 1 


2093 


84. 74 200, 000 


i . . .. ■ 


2094 


40.02 j 3,145,000 


1 


191,242 


2095 


1 


2096 


! t 




2097 


50.00 


1,020,000 




, 


2099 






2100 




::::::::::::::::::::;;;::;::: 


1 


2102 




1 


1 


2105 




i 


1 





362 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group X. 



Table II. — Amount op Railway Capital at the 



No. 



2107 
2108 
2109 
2110 
2111 
2112 
1451 



19981 

2114 I 
2005 1 

2120 I 

2122 , 

2123 ! 
2124 
2125 ' 
21 2() 
2127 
2128 
2130 
2ia3 
2136 
2133 ! 
2141 i 
2142 
2151 
2153 ' 
2UiO ; 
2161 I 
1750 I 

2169 j 
2175 

2176 I 

2177 '■ 
1551 ' 

1557 I 

2183 
2184 
2185 
2186 
2192 
2194 
2195 
2198 



Abbreviated iiuino of road. 



Total— Group X 



Areata & Mad Riv. R. R 

Ariz. & Colo. R. R 

Ariz, &. New Mex, Ry 

Lordsb. & Hachita R. R 

Ariz. Sn. R. R 

Astoria & Col. Riv. R. R 

Atch., Top. & 8. Fe Ry. » 

[Line west of Santa Fe N. 
Mex,] 

Ariz. & UtahRv. * 

Atch., Top.A S.Fe Ry— Coast Linesi 

8n. Cal. Ry. • 

Wn. Ariz. Rv 

Ft. BrjWfg & S. fen. R. R^. . . .-. 

Grand Canyon Ry .* 

San Fran. & N. Wn. Ry 

S. Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Ry 

Ariz. &Cal. Ry 

Bradshaw Mtn. R. R 

Phoenix & En. R. R 

Prescott & En. R. R 

Bellingham Bay & British Col. H. R. . 

Bl^kely R. R.^ 

Boise, Namim & Owvheo Rv 

Buckspt. & Elk Riv." R. R 

Butte Co. R. R 

Coeur d' .\Iene & Spokane R v 

Col. & Puget Sd. R. R 

Coronado R. R 

Corvallis & En. R. R 

Denver & Rio G. R. R. > 

[Line in Utah.] 

Boca & Loyalton R. R 

El Paso & S. Wn. R. R 

El Paso & S. Wn. R. R. of Tex. . . 

Eureka & Palisade Ry 

Gt. Nn. Rv. » 

[Line west of Montana.] 
St. P., Minncap. & Manit. Ry. ».. 
[Lino west of Montana.] 

Spokane Falls & Nn. Ry 

Col. & Red Mtn. Ry 

Wash. & Gt. Nn. Ry 

Gt. Sn. R. R 

Holton Interurban Ry 

Idaho Nn. Ry 

llwaco Rv. &. Nav. Co 

KlamathL. R. R 




STOCKS. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



Dollars. 
834.643,315 



Dollars. 
46,682 



Proi)or- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

ioox roi.2 

Col. 12 



Per cent. 
65.72 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Amount out- 
standing. 

Uols. 
8+9+10+11 



Amount 

per mile 

of lino. 



Dollars. 
663.452,382 



Dollars. 
37, 107 



187.740 
500.500 

1,500.000 
500.000 
800.000 

1.619.000 
62,975,167 



8,835 
29,201 
21,477 
12,980 
43.220 
19,744 
•23.613 



500.000 
100,000 

1.40ti,300 
300,000 

7,903,000 
195,000 
716,700 

1,275,000 
792,000 

1,000,000 



1.000.000 

500,000 

41,800 

500,000 

1.000,000 

500.000 

1,410.000 

19,324,030 

1,200.000 

7,000,000 

2,000,000 

300.000 

(10) 

2,244,424 

2.812.000 
264.400 

2,000,000 

100,000 

200,000 

12,000,000 

" 124.300 

1,000,000 



100.00 

100.00 

53.68 

100.00 

100.00 

33.05 

45.88 



1,294,533 



3,280.000 
« 74,302,962 



23,180 

4.193 

21,163 

5.595 

40.464 

.3. 8(V4 

20,103 

13,387 

30.000 

17.298 



100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

39.37 

49.14 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

68.81 

60.27 



18,536 



40.000 
» 27, 861 



462,000 
8,177,700 



359,000 
659,000 



33.841 
62.500 

(8) 

16.287 
16.595 
22.. 381 
9.930 
38,696 

22.426 

20,572 

42t), 439 

3,409 



100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

50.00 

100.00 

100.00 

40.00 

51.69 

64.66 

58.06 

100.00 

100.00 



8,616 
41,870 



13,598 
11,369 



500,000 



2.115,000 
18,056,364 

656,000 
5,055,000 



16,287 



5,157 

21,546 
35.2a) 
23,838 

3,333 

19,102 

436,840 

8.145 
41,203 



17.30 10,682,213 



50.00 

47. 61 

100.00 

22.83 

83.33 

100.00 

100.00 : 

83.38 t 



2,812,000 
291,000 



338.000 
40,000 



199,300 



24,542 

21,546 
38,748 



i 



14.894 ' 
36,157 

12,259 
14,856 



11,267 
3,820 



8,212 



> See Supplement at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

« The capital stock and fimded debt include Issues for the acquisition, by purchase or exchange, cf 
the stocks and bonds of other roads forming a part of the system, and the apportionment per mile is 
made upon that basis. 

a On basis of 9,887.99 miles. See note 2. 

< Report for period, July 1, 1905 to January 10, 1906; reorganized as Wn. Ariz. Ry. 

6 See returns for Atch., Top. A S. Fe Ry.; also " Remarks," No. 1451, page 291. 

• Report for seven months ending Jamiary 31, 1906; deeded to Atch., 1 op. &. S. Fe Ry. 
' Road owned by Port Blakely Mill Co.; no stock or bonds issued. 

• No mileage owned; mileage operated 31.50 miles. 
» See Supplement at end of Table. 

» Entire capital stock $149 ,546,050, apportioned * 'to other properties." 
u Also covers a line of steamers. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



363 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 190G — Continued. 



8 




11 



12 



13 



FXJXDED DEBT. 



SUKMARY. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. 6 



Col. 1^. 

Per cent. 
44.28 





* 

Designation. 


1 


Bonds. 


Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 


Income 
bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 
489,955,905 



Dollars. 
117,052,815 



Dollars. 
55,309,024 



Dollars. 
534,038 



4(i. 32 



66.95 
54.12 



1,294,533 I. 



3,280,000 
44,014,338 



30,288,624 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 

Dollars. 
1,498,095,607 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. S+G 



Dollars. 
83,789 



187,740 


8,835 


500,500 


29,201 


2,794,533 


40,013 


500,000 


12,980 


800,000 


43,220 


4,899,000 


50,744 


t 137,278,129 


9 51,474 



No. 



2107 
2108 
2109 
2110 
2111 
2112 
1451 



1998 

2114 
2005 

2120 
2122 
2123 
2124 
2125 
2126 
2127 
2128 
2130 
2133 
2136 
2138 
2141 
2142 
2151 
2153 
2160 
2161 
1756 

2169 
2175 
2176 
2177 
1551 

1557 

2183 
2184 
2185 
2186 
2192 
2194 
2195 
2198 



00. (i3 i 
50.80 



31.19 
30.73 



402,000 
7,904,000 



359.000 
059,000 



273,700 



500.000 


23,180 


100.000 


4,193 


1,400.300 


21,103 


702.000 


14,211 


16,080.700 


82,334 


195.000 


3,864 


710,700 


20,103 


1,275.000 


13,387 


1,151.000 


43,508 


1,659,000 


28,697 



50.00 



(50. 00 
48.31 

35 34 
41.94 



82.64 

50.00 
52.39 



77.17 
16.67 



10.62 



I 



500,000 



2,115,000 
17,813,984 

650,000 
5,055,000 



10,082,213 

2,812,000 
291,000 



338,000 
40,000 



199,300 



242.380 



1,000.000 

500,000 

41.800 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

500,000 

3,525,000 

37,380,394 

1,856,000 

12.055,000 

2,000,000 

300,000 

12,926,637 



1 See page 362, note 2. 
« See page 302, note 8. 



6 See page 302, note 11. 



s Sec page 362, note 3. 
* See page 362, note 10. 



33,841 
62,500 

(') 

32,574 
16,505 
22,381 
24,824 
74,853 

34,685 

35,428 

426,439 

3,409 



29,099 



5,624,000 


43,092 


555.400 


73,954 


2,000,000 


23,838 


438,000 


14,600 


240,000 


22.922 


12.000,000 


436,840 


* 124,300 


8,145 


1,199,300 


49,415 



364 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
Group X. Table II.— Amount op Railway Capital 



2IBB Kootenai V 



?y^' 



2302 , Lai V^i 

39D3 Loi Aug. u nivir^uM »> 

3204 Lob Ana. It San Dlrgo A 

3211 MorencTSn. Ry 

2ZI1 Natloiwl C». * Otay liy 
™» Nev.-Cal.-OregonHy.... 

- irrftVyH.R)- 

iv.Ciait. R. R 

iv.Co.N. li.n. It.... 



2117 



Hii 



I [Llw wpst ol IdHhi 

2224 : Port TownsEnd Sn, R. R 
2S5 WMh. A Col. Rlr. Ry, . 
22Za Nn. Pac. Temi. Co, of Orn 
2228 Oregon & EunkiR. R.. 
2230 Eureka A KUr— "■ "'" 
2ns Pac. AldabnNtl 

2230 ' Pac, Coast tty 

2239 , I'aJAro Vy. Consol. R. R. . 
aw Salem, Fallacy. A W~ "■■ 
22M I aan Dli^go. Cayair-' 



, Siena Ry.ofCal... 
Sn. PmcCo 



2263 , New M 



IU50 

""mm' 
100.00 I. 

lOOOO . 



30,171 
»!2I0 






31. im 

23, ISA 

Tta'.osi ' 



S1S,0D0 U.HS I 
" J7,B91 

I' 123:330.815 "'islas'l 

"af^isa! 

'R.'sib'.ixn' ''U'.iiii'^ 



f. IV R. 



& Pboenlx & Sdlt Hlv. 



23,832 

iG.3ni 



t^.OOO i 40.006 



' Mo stock or bonds reportwl. 

•Covem railroad, equipment, stcompra, and hotel. 

•Capital stock. ll.GUU.OUO. held as cuUawral security tc 



' Soe Supplement at end ol Talile [or totals covering entftB road. 

« Issueir and dcpodtcd wild the Central Trust Company o( New York, a 

■ Report for nine mnnihs eud.ng March 31, lOOG; succeeded by Los .Vng. & S^m 
■ w Includes iKmds. 1227 ,(W0, hcWTn treasury of company. 

n No milniKe owned: tnileuKr opcrsled, less trackage rights, 5,400.17 miles. 
"Knllte funded deM, »39.200.SaO, appnrlioncd " to oilier propertlCf." 
"Capital stock aail Ijonds cover railroad, telegraph lines, fcrrj- and river n[ 

gnnled liy the linlled Scutes. 
'1 Bonds, t3,2n3,0a0, covered by the funded debt cf At^b., Top. * S. Fe Rv. 
u Bonds cover railroad and equipment, telegraph lines, and lands granted by 
iTapiial stock and bondseover railroad, telegraph lines, rolling Block, ferry am 
I' Capital stock and bonds cover railroad, telfgmpb lines, rolling stock, etc.; all 

United States. 



tbe.United SUtea. 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES, 



365 



Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



8 



9 



lO 



11 



FUNDED DEBT. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
roilwav 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 5 



Col. 12 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Per cent. 



Dollars. 



Dollars. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Dollars. 




8UMMABT. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2+5 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 3+6 



Dollars. 



No. 



Dollars. 



2199 
2300 
2202 
2203 
2204 
2211 
2214 
2215 
2216 
2217 
2218 
1628 

2224 

I 2225 

222«i 

2229 

2230 

2235 

2230 

2239 

2250 

, 22.'54 

2127 

2250 

2257 

I 22^:9 

' 22(:i 
22b2 
2263 
2264 
2265 
2266 
2267 
2270 
2271 
2272 
2273 
2274 
2275 
i 

2276 
; 2277 
I 2283 
; 2284 
I 22S7 



37.50 



300,000 



50.00 



500,000 



39.18 
21.71 
24.15 
50.00 
46.68 
5-1.59 

2.j. 30 
01.80 
5^1. 94 



;W.59 
49.99 



.5('). 52 
41.70 



4.51,000 
610.000 
300.000 



219,000 
47,576,237 

912,000 
2, 020, 000 
3, (i58. 000 



750,000 



17,958 



2. 2!.-'. 000 1 



1.071,000 
1,:570,000 



130,000 
550.000 



1 800,000 

(«) 

» 1,000,000 

711,000 

1,250,000 

1,151,000 

2,810,000 

1,242,100 

1,500,000 

409,200 

87,182,422 

3,912,000 

7,8(v').000 

<6,6&S,000 

125,000 

500,000 

3,500.800 

2, 740. 400 

1,100.000 

230,000 

1,319,000 



50,000 



17,806 
4^03i 
69,950 
42,788 
19,536 
34,049 
16,078 
20,853 
58,008 

94,952 

46,577 

762,083 

12,726 
56,437 
32,285 
28,249 
17,002 
51,990 



59. 00 
39.20 



00.52 
'48."98 



47.82 
4;i69 
33.61 



39.27 
42.99 



3a 16 

29.25 
36.83 
36.22 
37.02 
31.85 



81.% 000 
2,099,000 



lOo, 696, 000 



18,235,000 



17,0-13,815 



5, 500. 000 

124,153,500 

985,000 



3,880.000 
1, 508. 000 



617,000 

2,000.000 

3,498.000 

284,000 

884,000 

1,150,000 



See page 364, note 2. 
See page 364, note 4. 
Excludos capital stock. 
Soo page C64, note 10. 
Sec page .364, note 11. 
See page ;^04, note 14. 
i» See page 364, note 16. 



See page 304, note. 6. 



25, 
1, 

8 237, 
JO 203, 
»> 3, 
" 37, 

» 11, 
1<2S4, 

2, 



9, 

3, 

1, 



000.000 
380,000 
317,000 
419,099 
815, 315 
082, 000 
235,000 
100.000 
500.000 
153, .500 
551,000 

55.000 
880,000 
508,000 

25,000 
017,000 



9 

4 
8 

I 
10 
IS 
14 



See 
See 
See 
See 
See 
See 
See 



6,837,000 
9,498,000 
781,000 
2,384,000 
3,300,000 

page 364, 
page 364. 
page 364, 
page c64, 
page 364, 
page 364, 
page 364, note 17 



20,573 
34,425 
70,iM0 

(») 

140, 83r) 
41.iM0 
56, a'lO 
20, 310 

no,5(>i 

80.3(0 
Oii, 079 
0, 279 
59, 090 
27.725 
10,000 
38,536 

21,713 
108,872 
23,939 
30,710 
34,084 



note 
note 
note 
note 
note 
note 



3. 

6. 

8. 
12. 
13. 
16. 



366 BEPOHT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIOK. 
Group X. Table II. — Amount of Railway Capital 





Abbreviated Da mo of load. 


a 


3 


4 1 




« 




1 


...... 


- 


No. 


^^ 


Dollar,. 
1.319 


IMXC.ll. ■ 
Cf. !«- 

Prr ,rr,l. 
3a 00 


standi ng. 

H + lJVll 


^rratlo 


i;oo 

2291 


Un. Pflc. R. K: 1 

°°S'vE"».'i'----'-----:";; 


Dollat,- 


Dollar,. 
Sii.OhoiOOO 


.J^:?^ 


a 


Ulnldoka Jf B. Wn. R. R. • 

Oregon R. R. ANav. Co 

Sfffif.-.-n;::;;: 


■i'35.«IO;o66 

300.000 

1.000,000 

'■ll 

iid!«(» 

M,(«0 


"'ialiin' 

W,7fll 

■«,020 


■si.is" 

looioo . 
00.00 ', 

DO.IO . 

100.00 : 


ziiojsitioo 


■■2i,i7i- 


™ 


















2301 i Col. Riv. & OiTKon Cenl. !1. R 






















2303 
23ft! 








United Vtrdo & Pae. Ry 


6,ooo!oD0 


11 


100.00 ~ 
100,00 . 


300,000 


11,<2« 


230S ; Wash., Idaho <!: tio'di. Ry 




















cif subsidiary roads as Indicated, 
nd boadsapplicable In connection with a Hi 
ih paid In on stock Issued 



I well as the railroad 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



86r 



Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



7 


8 


9 


lO 


11 


12 


13 




FUNDED DEBT. 


SUMMARY. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

100 X Col. ft 
Col. 12 


Designation. 


Total railway 
capital. 

Col». 2+5 


Amount 

per mile of 

line. 

CoU. s+« 


No^ 


Bonds. 


Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 


Income 
bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 


1709 

90Qft 


Per cent. 

70.00 
8.5.01 


Dollars. 

700,000 
31,054,000 


Dollars. Dollars. 

1 

I 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 

1,000.000 
183, .549, 100 


Dollars. 
14,397 


100,009,000 


22,020,000 




159, 694 2291 








2293 






t 




2294 


as. 02 


22,025,800 


1 


» 57,025,800 

300,000 

3,829,000 

1,090,000 

125,000 

700,000 

500,000 

40,000 

110,000 

50,000 


64,142 

50,761 

26,443 

15,186 

49,020 

19,707 

11,035 

1,068 

1,279 

2,629 


2295 








2296 


73.88 


2,829,000 








2297 









2298 




1 






2299 


' ■ ■ 1 1 






2300 




1 






2301 




i 






2302 




1 . 






23a3 




1 






2304 




i . 






2305 


50.00 1 300,000 








600,000 

5,000,000 

1,000,000 

« 58, 528 


22,^18 

96,785 

52,632 

7,804 


2306 








2307 










2308 


' 








2312 













1 See page 366, note 3. 
12689—07 ^24 



« See page 366, note 4. 



368 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Table II. — Supplement. — Amount op Railway Capital 

[Showing totalized figures for certain 



No. 



52 
86 
93 
833 
850 
138 
284 
491 
890 
923 
735 
739 
751 
761 
803 
805 

933 
950 
955 



Abbreviated name of road. 



Canadian Pac. Ry. » 

N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. R. R.: 

Rutland R. R. *. . . , 

L. Shore & Mich Sn. Ry. : * 
Chic, Ind. * 8n. R. R, «.... 

Bait. & Ohio R. R. ' 

Erie R. R. » 

Pt'iinsylvnnia R. R.: ■♦ 

Pennsylvania Co. : * 

Vandalia R. R. » 

Cin., Ham. & Day. Ry.: * 

Cin., Indpls. & Wn. Ry. ".... 
Clev., Cin., Chic. & St. L. Ry. ». 

Peoria & En. Ry. »* 

Hock. Vy. Ry. : * 

Kanawha & Midi. Ry. ^ 

Norf. & Wn. Ry. » 

Southern Ry. " 

Tol., St. L. & Wn. R. R. " 

Wabash R. R. » 



STOCKS. 



Amount out- 
standing. 



Dollara. 
164,399,999 

9,257,000 

20,000,000 
194,781,354 
170,271,300 



14,302,038 

7,124,754 
46,015,298 
10,000,000 

10,000,000 
89,000,000 
180,000,000 
20,000,000 
62,000,000 



Amount 

per mile 

of line. 



Dollars. 
» 38,298 

23,311 

60,722 

» 49,100 

»oi46,483 



21,943 

19,744 
27,307 
29,292 

•Jo, W^ 

47,827 

" 36,075 

44,374 

35,187 



1 

4 

1 


5 


6 

i 




FUNDED DEBT. 


Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 


Amount out- 
Standing. 


Amount 
per mile, 
of line. 


lOOXCoI. t 
Col. 12" 


Cols. 
8+9+10+11 




Per cent. 
53.25 


Dollars. 
« 144,336,864 


Dollars. 
» 21,728 


44.08 


11,740,000 


29,564 


80.48 
43.16 
45.63 


4,850,000 
256,566,430 
210,035,413 


14,725 

« 64, 676 

W174,543 


50.36 


14,100,000 


21,632 


47.03 
41.61 
41.69 


8,024,000 
64,509,615 
13,965,100 


22,236 
38,318 
40,965 


72.76 
52.45 
47.19 
54.79 
35.77 


3,743,646 

80,689,500 

201,415,116 

16,500,000 

n 111,297,613 


22,085 
43,361 
'•40,367 
36,606 
03,166 



1 Lies in Group I and outside United States; see page 304, No. 52. 

« Covers line outside United States only. "Miscellaneous obligations" represent consolidated 
delwnture stock. 




Bonds 

benture stock and equipment trust obligations 

4,249.20 miles of "proprietary companies"' and line uncfer perpetual lease. 

* Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road (or roads) as indicated. 

* Lies in Groups I and II; see pages 304 and 314, No. 93. 

* Lies in Groups III and VI; sec pages 324 and 344, No. 850. 

7 Lies in Groups II, III, and VI; see pages 308, 322, and 340. No. 138. 

* On basis of 3,966.98 miles, which includes 1,815.76 miles of " proprietary companies." 
» Lies in Groups II and III; see pages 310 and 324, No. 284. 

w On basis of 1,203.35 miles, which includes 5.83 miles of "proprietary companies." 

" Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 328 and 346, No. 923. 

" Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 322 and 342, No. 739. 

w Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 322 and 342. No. 751. 

" Lies in Groups III and VI; see page.^ 322 and 342. No. 761. 

» Lies in Groiips III and IV; see pages 324 and 330, No. 805. 

w Lies in Groups III and IV; see pages 326 and 332, No. 884. 

i" Lies in Groups III, IV, V, and VI; see pages 328. 332, 338, and 346, No. 939. 

18 On basis of 4,989.55 miles, which includes 419.23 miles of " proprietary companies." 

» Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 328 and 346, No. 950. 

» Lies in Groups III and VI; see pages 328 and 346, No. 955. 

» Includes deferred pa>Tnent8— interest on equipment trust obligations. 



De- 
includes 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



869 



AT THE Close op the Year ending June 30, 1906. 

roads lying in more than one group.] 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capitaL 

lOOXCoI. 5^ 

Col. la' 



Per cent. 

40.75 

. 55.92 

19.52 
56 84 
54.37 



49.64 

62.97 
58 39 
58.31 

27.24 
47.65 
52.81 
45.21 
64.23 



8 



9 




11 



12 




FUNDED DEBT. 



SUMMARY. 



Designation. 



Bonds. 



Dollars. 
40,238,087 

10,750,000 

4,850,000 
250,275,430 
101,334,900 



14,100,000 

7,884.000 

62, 18 J, 730 

9,985,100 

2,460,000 
71,289,500 

175,6'U,900 
10,500,000 

109,948,000 



Miscella- 
neous 
obligations. 



Income 
bonds. 



Dollars. \ Dollars. 
101,519,411 



33,636,307 



4,000,000 



1,750,000 



Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 



Total railway 
capital. 



Cols. 2-1-5 



Dollars. 

2,579,060 

990,000 



291,000 
15,064,206 



> Sec page 368, note 2. 
» S^p p«g<' 368, note 8. 
6 Sec page 368, note 18. 



Dollars, 
» 308,730,803 

20,997,000 

24,850,000 
451,347,784 
386,306,713 

28,402,638 

15,148,754 

110,584,913 

23,985,100 

13,743,646 
169,689,500 
381,415,110 

30,500,000 
1,349,613 • 173,297,613 

> See page 368, note 3. 

* See page 368, note 10. 

* See page 368. note 2L 



140,000 
2,385,885 



1,274,040 

9,400,000 

24,033,216 



Amount 

per mile of 

line. 



Cols. 3-i-« 



Dollars. 
s 60,026 

62,876 

75,447 
* 113,770 
« 321,026 

43,675 

41,960 
66,625 
70,257 

81,079 
91,188 
ft 76,442 
80,982 
98,363 



No. 



52 
86 
93 
833 
850 
138 
284 
491 
890 
923 
736 
739 
761 
761 
803 
805 
884 
939 
950 
955 



370 BEPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Table It— Supplement. — Amount op Railway Capital at 





1 


- 


3 


4 


s 1 . 




Abi.rcvlHted name of roii.I. 


BrOCKB. 


,„......,. 


Nr>. 


" .taoding. 


?1'lim. 


ralKrny 
copttal. 


Amount aul- 
Blinding. 

H-i+lOTll 


per mile 
olllite. 


Bffi 


.Ml. Const Lino B. B. ' 

Loui-v, iNttBbv. R. R.. 


Dalian. 

SiS 

b?; 504; 000 

5,ozi,8oa 

■',!!S;i8! 

15,000,000 
20,000,000 

»; 222; 800 


Dollart. 

10, B« 

" 13; 594 
13,080 
15,ISS 
20,916 


J>fr«nt. 
39.42 

11 

34.17 
53.60 


■ 99,564,550 

' 63,280,008 
• 80,304,276 
'.27S,4»4,S00 


DeOari. 

21,081 

'k'«U 

24; Hi 
"27,110 

K 27:881 


2m 


Sdsboard Air Lbo Rj-. ■- 


472 


S^^M 


!iS 


<• 164,214,000 
104.234,000 


"11 

IS.OU 

"Si 

33,951 

37;C65 


S14 


Chic.. St. P.. HUmeap. & Om. Ry.». 


SS7 

638 
709 
TSU 
820 


St. P., lflnno»p. <b ii^i. Ry. « . . . 


aim 


lis 

74.58 
43! 49 



1 Lira in Groups IV and V; ■> 



pMPB. 



I and 334, No. 982. 



• Llca In GrouDi \ _. — . 

• On bafllaof 1964.47 miles, which fncludes I _.__ j „_ 

> Uos in Groups IV anil V; aee pages 330 and 334. No. 1018. 

• Liet in Groi»i8 IV and V; see pages 332 and 338, No. 1101. 

I Includes tStB, deferred pejinents— Interest on equipment trust obligattons, 

■ Ues in Groups V and VI; see pages 330 and 344, No, 1280. 

> See.pageSSO, note 4, and paee 341, notes. 

a On fmels ol 2,904.76 miles, which ineludes 8I>H.41 milci of subsidiary companlea 
" Lies in Groups VI. VIII, IX, and X; sec pages 310, 350, 35fl, and 362, No. 1451 

II Bee pB^ 340, note 2. 

>• Inserted to ihow corporate relation of subeidlary road aa Indlcatrd. 
u Llea in Groups VI and VIII; see pases 340 and 360, No. 1474. 
w Mesin Groups VI and VII: see pages 340 and 348, No. 1480. 
" Includes S2,«3o,0OCi, stock of "proletary companies," and eicludes t2,3CO, 
other properties. " 
» On basis of 7 365.31 miles, which Includes 19,31 miles of " propr[etary conipan, 
" Includes lionds, 110,813,000. held in treasury ol company, 
a Lies In Group VI and VII: sec pages 340 and 348, No. 1490. 
1 Lies in Groups VI and VIII; see pages 342 and 3S0, No. 1511. 
n Eidudes (17,028,000, apportioned " to other properties." 

■ Lies in Groups VI and VII; sn pages 342 and 3«, No. 1514. 

» LleslnGroupaVI, Vll, andX: ice pages 342, 348, and 362, No. 1551. 

■ Enthe capital stock »1«,640.050. apportioned " to other propeilies." 
" Funded dibt 1107,612,600, represenf-"* •■- ■•- — ' ..— ..«. 

Joint Chio., Burl. 4 Quin, collateral tn — . - „ 

B LiesinGroupsVl. VII, andX: see pages 342, 348, and 362, No. 15S7. 
» Lies in Groups VI, VII, and X; see pnges 34S, 348, and 361. No. I62S. 
'" ■ deB»107,812,000, Nn. Pac, By.Co.'sprOTi ■ " 



• E:irludrs (lat^612,«)0, Nn. Pac, Ry. 
BurL A Quln. collateral trust bonds, - 
Dhllgations, 



1 includes deferred payniei 
pages 348 and 3H, No._1709. 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



871 



THE Close of the Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 



7 


8 


9 


lO 


11 


12 


13 

• 




FUNDED DEBT. 


SUMMABT. 




Propor- 
tion to 
total 
railway 
capital. 

lOOXCol. 6 


Designation. 


Total railway 
capital. 

Cols. 8+6 


Amount 

per mile of 

line. 

Cols. 3+6 


No. 


Bonds. 


Miscolla- 

neons 

obligations. 


Income 
bonds. 


Equipment 

trust 
obligations. 

Dollars. 




Col. 12. 


1 






Per cent. 

68.00 
ti8.18 
60.58 
50.30 
45.82 
54.12 


Dollars. 

77, 708, 850 
128,536,500 


Dollars, 
21,855,700 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 

J 145,141,150 
188,6:16,500 
150,304,121 

» 125,784,068 

* 176, 434, 275 

• 508,970,800 

5,021,800 

•264,199,701 

286,011,100 

«> 218,178,000 

63,426,927 

116,188,909 
" 341,345,813 
395,599,200 
161,933,800 
184,456,800 


Dollars. 

34,521 

« 47,677 

136,180 

49,245 
* 72, 451 
1 61, 474 

31,003 
» 36,920 
33,634 
44,183 
38,961 


082 






1175 


8<>,()80,354 

43,175,000 

80,394,275 

163,187,050 






9,824,667 
5,440,068 


1018 


14,605,000 




1101 




1289 




112,297,750 




1451 






1472 
1474 


62.16 
61.11 
66.63 
46.31 


106,626,000 

156,800,000 

143,178,000 

29,376,800 


67,068,000 
18,372,000 


500,000 




1480 




1490 






1611 








1614 








1661 


82.63 1 95,188,909 
54.59 l»i 27.'i..«ino 








29,699 


1667 






70,313 


68,008 j 1628 
133,635 1709 


25.42 

48.30 

. 56.51 


100,581,000 

77,171,100 

104,234,000 


1 


1 


1,050,000 


74.853 1756 


::::::::::::::i:::::"::::.:: 


66,636 : 1820 








1 



» See page 370, note 2. 

• See page 370. note 7. 

6 See page 370, note 10. 

7 See page 370. note 13. 

• See page 370, note 18. 

u See page 370, notes 25 and 26. 



» See pago 370, note 4. 

* See pago 370, note 9. 
< See page 370, note 12. 

• See page 370, notes 17 and 19. 
»• See page 370, note 22. 

IS See page 370, note 29. 



TABLE III. 



EARNINGS AND INCOME 

FOR 

THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1906. 



A.--EARNINGS FROM OPERATION. 



373 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The statistics in tliis Table were compiled on the basis of territorial 
grouping. The roads appearing in tliis Table are, with a few excep- 
tions that are explained by footnotes, such as filed operating reports 
in season for use in all tabulations. The ^ 'Supplement,^' pages 428 to 
431, inclusive, contains totalized figures for certain roads lying in 
more than one Group. The Group data in tliis Table for some of these 
roads were assigned by the Division of Statistics and Accounts, as 
indicated by footnotes. 

It should be stated in explanation of the use of ''Miscellaneous," in 
the boxing of tliis Table, that in column 6, under '^ Earnings arising 
from passenger service," it covers ''Extra baggage and storage" and 
''Other items," and in column 11, under ''Earnings arising from 
freight service," it covers amounts designated as "Other items." 

375 



376 BEPOKT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 
Table III.— Earnings and Inco 

A. — Earnings from Optralion. 





. 




.„„.. 




• 


' 


8 

Propor- 
Ings- 

"L'oU 11 


X., 


■'"ifffSSE..." 
!13 1,:;::::::: 

V.towp V 

Ess""--' 

Gmilp 1. 


-'- 


ToU! 
passi'Dgir 

miBCi-l- 


1 

DoBar: 

1.39191 
I.IWW 

l,4HI(H 




Dollar.. 


aisHlw 


iuii3ii^sei 
94,979,30; 
S7, 779.102 
Z2.n8l.10l 
Iie.3W,M« 


Perctnl. 

42.10 

as 

23. 9« 






!■? 


■iA\i-m 




45.IH7.87B 


1.7S8 


2,334,ftU 


3,0n,G3S 


S3,IM,IB3 


1.39196 


42.M 


3 Itang. & Aroostook IC.R.. 


'"11 
II 

Jii 

183.097 

u.na 

32! 231 

is 


2.48: 

1.791 

2.001 

2.354 
2.380 

2.ie; 

"i.MO 
2.G41 


»•"! "■"» 


(02,711 

125' 7e 
i3a.B7. 


.S234i 

'11 

.73fl«4 

i.araoi 

!n3»« 
.Me 


II 

33. » 

si 

ii 

2S.T 

42.3 

as:! 

H.4 


6 Bnoton A Up. 11. U. • 

33 «.., IVnt. !I. II. - 

11 Wssh.Co.Ry. ' 

44 Vt. Vy.R^It.?.. '...'. ..'.'. 
« BiiUlv.n Cn. K. B 


li; Is 

e,aoi B,w 


50 


llrtilBtnnASacoItlv. R. R 


'as 


■;'S ^'^ 


^:::h««v: 


';:: 


i»9,Bsa 


fa \ Frank, IL Me^nl'^ Ry..... 
i *^AT'4a'"L?''R h'"' ' 


213B 
2.Z2 


'■S(Ji '-K. 

'■"1 "■" 

2S.71»t' 4T.flM 
70,424; 73.311 


371.IIfi .0B3M 
1,062.039: l.atSOD 


1 

i 


llnoHF Tim. & Wllm. It. R 

SHrSrh":".---.::: 


'■l-5li ''^ 


6,sr 


:S 




32. «B 


s-ooe 

2.02 


3.1* 


3lV 
2,800 




1 


¥. 

aiivB 

4S.91 
39. M 


Hontp. & WfMs RIt. R. R. 




;i.'<;!30 

3.1. w 



1 Rppoct (nr yciir cncting April 30. 1906. 

> Flgiiii'.s covor whole line. 4.2(17.62 mllPii; 33.41 miles not In Vnllid SIbI.^j. 

■BhhsI on I'Hnilnaa ol suam portion ol llnE< only. 

• Ftgurm cover wEofc lln». 815.93 mlln: S2.IS mHes not In Unitod Stntpa. 
>FiKumtron-r whole iinr, 138.27 idIIh; S.IO mlloi not in United Btatrn. 

• FlKiiTro cover Internal. Ry. of Ur.. Aroostook RW. R. R. and llonlton Brii. R. R.. i 
the"lJni>inU:BlDe"otCuiaillau I'ac. Ry. See Bupplement at end of Talilc lor totals 

< Figures conr wbolc line. 184.40 mllca: 163.40 miles not In United States. 

• Files no roport; road Ilea outside United States. Kanip InSffti-d to ahoii' corponrte rdatlon ol 



!r wbolc line. 184.40 mllca: 163.40 1 
.lort; road lIcB outside United S 
subsidiary roads aa Indicated. 
> See Supplement at end of Talile lor totals oc 



i-erlngentlir road. 



STATISTICS OF BMLWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 877 

THE Ybar ekdino Ji \e 30, 1006. 

A. — Earnvngifrom Operation. 



. |.o 


1. 


13 


14 i 1.. 


.B |.7 


J8 




..=.««« .IU^.«0-,»l^„T»»™i. 


OTBU BlUHNGS. 


,™-«v 


■>,E. 


■.VN«. 




Fr^M 




ToUl 
frolHht 

yardm 


logs 


t"ntr 


and Ein' 


and 


earning! 


In^ 


Pmpnr- 
pamlngs 


Ko. 






















Dalian. 


^!,-n(j 


Doawi. 


Oftii,,™ 


/■(r f«i/. '■ DoOar,. 




DD(fflr«. 


no«« 


Pn-irn/ 




l.MO,380.aSi 


.J« 


1,11*1.011,877 2.«US01 


,.„j„,»,» 


U,08D,9*i 


14326,765.167 2,075 


90. Oft 


























































































































































































mieooiaolaiWii 














«K,ie2l 1 


Oa/il 637 


IMl 


2,T(i4,a!8 








70,106,836 


1 iTa 


71,.-^,CBl| 2.63080 


rn-ns xa o<6 


1 2^670 


1JG,20B,33D, 1.97l' Ja.33 




1,T43,267 












3 






























''im'sm 


.03a 


*,en.TiA 2.9i04» 


00.04 




112, »» 


'■SI'S ":!? 


flS.7! 




















































II.4ST 








1.1, 


























mm 


.4VS 






























SI 


M,.175 
















uiin's ae6.w 


"8.13, 


K.H8 .4H 


100,01 


63 


fl4Fi 


TlOa' - 3.112 


Z.343.S8S 


rt'vffi 


2.M3,.'>8.i| 1.7D3B8 






oa.a'is 

1.348 




B5.83 














SSI »i:::;::::: 

04.5? SB 
























10. W 131110 






































































1 5,Stil.l38. .889 


5,870.708 2.27937 


M-Bi ; 4W,« 


ii,oa).«7. 1 m 


100,00 


SO 


1 


»*■■'« 




.«■ 


9M.142 


i-aaw 


.'AO- 


• 11 




24,133 


1, OSS. 703 


I.M 


DT.l. 


03 



■ IntlDdes 1126.011. iinclatulfli'd. 

• Iiidudeii 14.202. unclnn^ilflcd. 

• Includes (24.167. unrlKsslOfd. 

'BaMd on (lumiiigs ol strain port iJti of line only. 



378 REPORT GF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Giioup I. 



Table III. — Earnings and Income fob 



A . — Earnings from Operation — Continued . 



No. 



Abbreviated name of road. 



95 
114 
11") 
117 
120 
121 

123 
125 
126 
127 
128 
130 



N.Y.,NewIIav.«feHartf.R.R 

Un. Freight R. R 

Wood Rnr. Brh. R. R 

Phillips & Rangeley R. R. .. 

Portl. & Rmnf. Falls Ry . . . 
Rumf. Falls & Rangeley 
Lakes R. R. 

Sandy Riv. R. R 

Sebasticook & Mooseh. R. R 

Somerset Ry 

S. Manch. R. R 

White Riv. R. R 

Woodstock Ry 




EARNINGS ARISING FROM PASSENGER SERVICE. 



Passenger 
revenue. 



Dollars. 
21,128,928 



6,687 

12,295 

127. 157 

29,092 

20,254 
7,753 

43,089 
4,399 
2,993 

17,758 



Reve- 
nuc- 
per 
pas- 
senger 
per 
mile. 



Cents. 
1.683 



Mail. 



4.185 
3.749 
2.378 
4.056 

3.654 
3.924 
2.865 
1.933 



3.563 



Dollars. 

790,880 



277 
1,241 
7,397 
1,983 

1,461 

743 

3,424 



814 
1,023 



Express. 



Dollars. 
1,898,282 



1,164 
1,952 
9,122 
2,033 

2,594 
2,186 
3,566 
120 
644 
1,000 



Total 
passenger 
earnings, 
including 
miscel- 
laneous. 



Dollars. 
25,252,124 



8,128 

15,748 

145,508 

33,106 

24,857 
10,682 
50,763 
4,520 
5,349 
19,781 



Pas- 
senger 
earn- 
ings 
per 
train 
mile. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earn- 
ings. 

lOOXCoL ft 



CoLl6 



Dollars. 
1.62547 



.54679 

.60583 

1.34906 

1.02571 

.610741 
.54097 
.85324 
.31299 



.59887 



Percent. 
47.661 



38.04 
23.83 
21.06 
21.71 

33.76 
40.19 
29.58 
24.22 
25.86 
42.83 



STATISTICS OF RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



879 



THE Year ending June 30, 1906 — Continued. 

A . — Earnings from Operation — Continued . 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



EARNINGS ARISING FROM FREIGHT SERVICE. 



Freight 
revenue. 



Dollars. 

26,576,598 

99,(301 

13,241 

50,271 

509,020 

117,487 

48,702 
15,896 
118,397 
14, 135 
15,33() 
20,406 



Reve- 
nue 
per 
ton 
per 
mile. 



Cents 

1.407 
21.746 
14. 752 
2.846 
1.921 
2.314 

3.962 

4.475 

2.752 

11.092 



8. 746i 



Total 
freight 
earnings, 
including 
stock 
yards, 
elevators, 
and mis- 
cellaneous. 



Dollars. 

27,247,118 

99,601 

13,241 

50,271 

530,118 

117,487 

48,762 
15,896 
118,397 
14, 135 
15,336 
26,406 



Freight 
earn- 
ings 
per 
train 
mile. 



Dollars. 
3. 40715 
3. 41416 
1.79782 
1.00225 
6.00299 
2.46774 

1.80073 
1.69289 
2.06670 
4. 91670 



.79946 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings. 



OTHER EARNINGS. 



Balance 
of car 
mileage, 
switch- 
ing 
charees, 
and hire 



lOOXCol. Ill of equip- 
Col. 16 I ment. 



Tele- 
graph, 

rents, 
and 

other 
sources. 



Per cent. Dollars. Dollars. 



51.42 
99.451 
61.96 
76.08' 
76.74 
77.07 

66.24 
59.81 
69.01 
75.78 
74.-14 
57.17 



547' 



485,080 



60 

15,187 

1,854 



2,428 



16 



17 




SUMMARY OF EARNINGS. 



Total 
earnings 

from 
operation. 

Colfi. 6+11+ 
U + 15 



Total 

I eam- 

I ings 

per 

train 

mile. 



Dollars. 

52,984,322 

100,148 

21,360 

66,079 

600,813 

152,449 

73,619 
26,578 
171,588 
18,655 
20,685 
46,187 



Dolls. 

2.273 
3.433 
1.438 
.813 
3.522 
2.306 

1.311 
1.346 
1.538 
1.110 



1.398 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earnings 

and 
income. 

190 XC. 16 



Col. 26 



Per cent 
96.06 
98.24 
99.43 
100.00 
90.66 
99.47 

100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
99.19 



No. 



95 
114 
115 
117 
120 
121 

123 
125 
126 
127 
128 
130 



380 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Group II. Table III. — Earnings and Income por 

A. — Earnings from Operation — Continued. 



No, 



132 

136 
138 



149 
ISO 
151 
15i 
158 
159 
160 
161 
1G2 
1G3 
167 
168 
171 
177 
178 
181 
219 
220 
221 
222 
224 
225 
226 
227 

228 
230 
232 
234 
248 
26C 
267 
268 
269 
270 
272 
274 
27r, 
270 

279 

283 
284 



315 

316 
319 
325 
327 
331 



Abbreviated name of road. 



Total— Group II 



Alb. <fc Ilud. R. R 

Aiinap.,Wa8h. & Bait. R. R. 
Bait. & Annap. S. Line R. R . 

Bait. 6i Ohio R. R. » 

[Line east of Ohio 
Riv.J 

Statcn I. Rap. Trans. Ry. 

Staten I. Ry 

Bare Hock R. R 

Bellefonte Cent. R. R 

Bloom Run R. R 

Bloomsb. & Sullivan R. R... 

Bradf. & Wn. Pa. R. R 

Brownstone <fe Middlet. R.R. 
Buff. & Susq. Ry.: « 

Buff. & Susq. 11. R 

Buff., Attica & Arcade R. R. 
Buff., Bradf. & Kane R. R . . . 
Buff., Roch. & Pittsb. Ry . . . 

Cats. <fc Tanners V. Ry 

Cats. Mtn. Ry 

C^nt. R. R. of N.J. • 

Cent. R. R. of Pa 

Cherry Trw? &. Dixonv. R. R. 

Ches. B. Ry 

Chestnut Ridge Ry 

Con. Term. R. R 

Cornwall R.R 

Cornwall & Leb. R. R 

Couderspt. & Port Alleg. 

R. R. 

Cranberry L. R. R 

Cumb. «$; Pa. R. R 

Dansv. A- Mt. Mor. R. R 

Del. & Hud. Co 

Del., Lack. <fc Wn. R. R 

Bang. & Portl. Rv 

llan. & Neu-pt. R.R 

Lack. & Montrose R. R... 

Sussex R. R 

Svr., Bing. A- N. Y. R. R.. 

Del'. Vv. Rv 

Donora Sn. R. R. < 

E. Berlin Rv 

E. Broad Top R. R. & Coal 

Co. 
East Jersey R. R. <t Term. 

Co. 

Emp. <t Rich Vy. R. R 

Erie R. R.» 

[Line east of Sala- 
manca, N. Y.J 

Bath & Hammonaspt. 
R. R. 

N.J. & N. Y. R. R 

N. Y., Susq. 6i Wn. R. R . 

WUkes B. & En. R. R... 

Fonda, Johnst. & Olov. R. R 

Genesee &. Wyo. R. R 



3 



6 



EARNINGS ARISING FROM PASSENGER SERVICE. 



Passenger 
revenue. 



Dottar*. 
116,530,013 



160,413 

47,222 

133,373 

6,593,907 



229,263 

158,639 

180 

13,827 



30,310 



795 

141,476 

8,706 

31, 189 

1,030,151 

6,304 

47,498 

4,991,024 

17,984 



56,902 
1,529 



Reve- 
nue 
per 
pas- 
senger 
per 
mile. 



Centa 
1.746 



1.149 



1.609 



1.104 
1.066 
6.000 
L942 



1.52- 

2.759 
2.794 
2.722 
2.039 
2.930 
5.280 
1.476 
L990 



3. ii: 



21,732 
30,41ll 
35,028 

5,188 

41,842 

10,886 

2.7a3,201 

5,801,5-29 

5,884 



L980 
1.863 
3.011 

4.245 
.966 
2.730 
2.129 
1. 435 
1.300 



18, 180, 

51.770 

3l9.o33| 

11.202 



3. 566 
1.803 
2.307 



2.592. 
24.G03 



2.126 



162 
6. 134. 124, 



4. 350 
1.385 



12,099 ^2.054 



299,080 

604.675 

5.779 

497,961 

687, 



1.023 
1.043 
2.561 
1.916 
3.436 



MaiL 



Dollars. 
7,828,675 



Express. 



Total 
passenger 
earnings, 
including 
miscel- 
laneous. 



Pas- 
senger 
earn- 
ings 
per 
train 
mile. 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earn- 
ings. 

lOOXCoI.^ 
Col. i« 



DoUars. 
13,134,406 



2,068 

1,407 

2,061 

&41,131 



845 
8461 



1,362 



1,862 



10,770 
1,126 
1,807 

46,284 



41,356 
1,250 



318 



400 

720 

2,679 

273 

2,869 

1,157 

132, 530 

207,443 

2,096 



1,739 

12.615 

548 



231 
1.809 



297,976 



591 

3.372 
11,165 



3,285 



6,543 

2,037 

5,816 

747,002 



8,250 
8,250 



953 



1,248 



Dollars. ,DoUarg 
138.737,507, 1.21592 



173,070| 
5i,0ia. 



.25567 



141 '250' 
8,169,993 L 01333 



240,391 
167, 735 
180' 
10, 142 



.65603 

.09000 
.35430 



8,039 

803 

6551 

37,806 



497 

335,273 

743 



33,420, 

I 

795I 

161,295 

ll,797i 

33,651; 

1,154,089 

6,311 

48,048, 

5,396,820 

19,977 



Per cent. 
2a 02 



.49775 

.31925 

.41035 

1.01517 

.60243 

1.13437 

L 12700 

.34947 



27(), .SS, 736 

151' 1,998: .15496 



519 
2,725 
2,341 

1,252 

2,901 

515 

185,985 

1,422,622 

698 



22.788 .08894 
33,856 .47588 
40,762; .80556 



6,7131 

48,394. 

12,558, 

3.062,0021 

7,560,502, 

8,807 



.62717 
.66215 
. 45775 
.88347 
1.34850 
.10036 



2,01.3, 
20, 10)1 
86,126 



416 



21,074; .70415 

79,8971 .57432 

423,429; 1.25548 

13,284' 



763.524 



2,519 

15. 175 

35.350 

5.200 

16,351 

65< 



3.260 
28,810 



102 . 01098 
7,337.839 1.251.'i2 



15,809 ..')8314 



318, 4.54 

653,607 

10.983 

617, 6»7 

762 



.8.'a02 
.98060 
.36479 
.34447 
.119661 



I See Supplement at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 
« Inserted to show corporate relation of subsidiary road as indicated. 
« Averages are computed upon the earnings of rail lines only. 
* Switching road. 



81.02 
71.43 
7a 30 
2L44 



29.^4 
74.28 
16.39 
27.51 



26.69' 



4.74 

10.59 
25.24 
62.93 
14.82 
77.93 
63.85 
23.44 
19.7^ 



a5.20| 
14.95 



11.11 
17.661 
29.99] 

23.27 
4.75 
47.20 
18.75 
24.97 
3.00< 



7L94 
46.501 
30.47 
58.63i 



38.96 
16.3?! 



.58 
22.66 



41.17 

71.68 

24.73 

2.11 

71.03 

.471 



STATISTICS OF BAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 
,B ENDiKG JuxE 30, 1906— routinuod. 

A. — Earninyi Jto^n Operation — ('imlinucd. 



. .0 


.. ,« 


.» 


" 


- 


1« 


IT 


— 




„.«„.. ™ 


„.„o.™... 


..„.! 


„.,=.. 


^v™.. 






Dollari. Irrnl. 

3si,4iii.8B3! .asu 


ondmia- | "'"^■ 


•S" 


Bnlance 
andfiirv 


T.lp- 
prnph. 


ToUl 


ings 
tmjn 


earning-, 
lui. k 


- 


382, I8U.310| 2.S3SS3 


71. S* 


DoOkti. 
I,0IU,g44 


OoJtar.. 


DoJtar.. 
533,240.478 


Dolle 

2.15^ 


87. 7U 


11 

01.771 

"ii 

B, 306, IK 

4m 


7.71S 

"i 

2. 883 

is 

i 


11:3 

20,897,083 2,00108 
S7S.8>l'lO.M10! 
40,«IS ilSCOOJ 

i,322.8aJ 2.saaea 






2.010 




^.i 




28. S7' 
20. la 
78.41 

70,21 

83.(1! 

louoi 

li7.33 

Ii 

12:0; 

35.15 












3. IS 




::*i 




M.W 150 
100.00 151 

09. M 1M 
lOaOO !58 








■■■229,'i!l 


IS 

ffl).78; 


lb. 799 
' 46!7ii 

ii 


2.28; 


«e[4s 67 

ii i 

0a71 78 




133;929. 1:79! 

i.oislaio lea 

2fi,«)2 .970 

1B,328,502 2 079 

30.280,734 2 462 

293. 7W. 2.322 

29.292 "'.m 

171,800 .980 

1,389,823. 2 830 

mm ::::.'. 

27.012 3.4*. 

38,399 1.270 

444,200' 1.073 
2238.461' l.Bi; 

loolois. sioio 








11,301 


:::::: 


14.044 -SMTO 
13.13B,SH WV27 
23,402.371: S31SI 


8411 

loan 

84 01 
08.80 

03:k 
S2 81 

ai 














371;. iM i;iS7 

93J«1, 1-Olfl 
22,138 fi.044 

bs5.:h4' 1 tt; 

I3.12ii!w4 !ffit 

^«2-iS 


■721 


1 9. .194 
35,78; 


100 00 225 






340 


14.192 


'0081 ^ 


40:01; 
122 


271;S4h 
'32; 

48l:?Si 


lOU 00 234 
80 B2 2« 
100.00 280 


fl0,ffiB 1 081 
470.724 .m 

',i!io6:;"'"! 

!4;.,3nn' t.4M 

r7,7S0' 6.5S0 

21.704,234, ,ne 

22,170 9.138 

1.983,407 LIST 

imIsoj' 4 -12 


4i'» 

27,7Sd' 3 KOI 
ll.XS.m 3.1 £824 

22,170 2.n07«l 

124,198 3 0II3U 

1.S90.7;B 2 37?B0 

iM.ias 2 nwoi 


i 

100.01 

8i:2r 

99.42 
07.42 

28 07 

71.0; 

99 S3 


3 


100 00 2(8 
100.00 270 
00 40 272 








i.m 




99.88 270 








" "i:83i 


3.2iio.inn 

430 
1.963 


93.97 284 
08.01 315 

Ii i 













382 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Group II. Table III. — Earnings and Income for 

A . — Earnings from Operation — Coptinued . 



No. 



332 
333 

334 
335 
334> 
342 
344 

345 

347 
351 
353 
356 

357 
35S 
360 
364 
365 
367 
368 
370 
371 
576 
392 
303 
397 

403 
406 
407 
412 
414 
415 
416 
417 
419 
420 

424 
425 
427 

429 
86 



460 

461 

462 

93 

463 




6 



EARNINGS ARISING FROM PASSENGER SERVICE. 




Abbreviated iiamo of roa«l. 



Reve- 
nue 



i Passenger! ^l^ 



revenue. 



pas- 
senger 
per 
mile. 



Ooorges Ck. <ff Cumb. R. R . 

Glenf. <fc Wn. R. R. i 

Grand Trunk Ry. of Can.: 2 

Cham. & St. Law. R. R... 

U. S. & Can. R. R 

Gr(H»n\vich & Johnsonv. Ily. 
Ilooverhurst & S. Wn. R. R. 
Hunters Run & Slate Belt 

R. R. 
Hunt. & Broad Top Mtn. 

R. R. & Coal Co. 

Ironton R. R 

Johnst. «$: Stony Ck. R. R. ». 

Kanona & Prattsb. Ry 

Koosev.,-Au8able Chasm & 

L. Cham. R. R. 

Ketner & Kay Fork Ry 

Kishacoquillas Vy. R. R 

Lack. & Wyo. Vy. R. R 

L. Cham. & Morlah R. R . . 

Lane., Oxf. & Sn. R. R 

Loetonia Ry 

Ix>high & Hud. Rlv. Ry . . . . 

Orange Co. R. R 

U^high & New Eng. R. R... 

Lehigh Vv. R. R 

Ligonier V'y. R. R 

Little Falls <fe Dolffev. R. R. 
Manahawkin -ift Long B. 

Transp. Co. 

Md. & Pa. R. R 

McKeespt. Con. R. R. « 

McKeespt. Term. R. R 

Monongahela R. R 

Monongahcla Con. R. R. ». . 

Montour R. R 

Morgant. & Kingwood R. R. 

Morrist. & Erie R. R 

Mt. Hope Mini. R. R 

Mt. Jew., Kinziia & Riterv. 

R. R. 

Mt. I'enn Gravity R. R 

Mt. IMcas. & Latrolie R. R.. 
New llav. & Dunbar R. R. . 

N. Y. * Pa. Ry 

N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Riv. 

R. R. * 

{Lino in Group ILl 

Fulton Chain Ry 

N. Y. & Ottawa Ry 

Raquett© L Ry 

Rutland R. R. * 

[Line in New York.] 

St. Law. & Adirondack 
Ry. • 



Dollars. 

6,677; 
l,028j 

2,192 

6,157, 

12,223 



Cents. 

1.970 
3.689 

2.604 
2.406 
2.827 



Mail. 



886 

86,922 

5,696 



2.951 
2.515 
1.295 



DoUars 

528 
104 

236 

954 

1,000 



Total 



Express. 



: Pas- 
passenger I ^/ 
earnings, I . 
including *rfj' 
misoel- tiio,„ 
laneous. , J~° 



Dollars. 

1.014 



346 

5.488 



191 

174 

1,104 



9,953 



4.884 
10,579 



3.801 
5.443 



2.191 



6,421 
390,743 

1,74C 2.965 
8,866 



660 
339 



449 



Dollars. \DoUars. 



8,219 
1,132 

2,619 

7,285 

14,329 



1,232 

102,611 

5,606 



.35160 
.16791 

.75801 
.52329 
.39602 



.09973 

1.33099 

.48768 



768 
480 



291 
4,496 



40,016 

253 

23,638 

3,971,392 

31,179 

13,. 'Wis 

3,006 



2.281 
2.735 



749 
'3,24] 



120 
13,854 



1.747 
2.469 
3.409 



11.5,656 2.137 



40,180i 2.740 



15,46.5 
24,447 
6,364:. 



952 
020 



10,294, 
17,311 



3.086 
2.384 



2.777 

217,746 

562 

521 

678 

6,432 



2,571 



5.326 

367,706 

1,802 

1,071 

372 

6,807 



5,892 



546,: 
860 
184 
167 
833 



780 
1,205 
1,103 



448 



6.312 
11,398 



7.173 

397,610 

1.748 

9,735 



.29382 
.45559 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earn- 
ings. 

100XC0I.6 
Col. le 



.22416 
.31945 
.04103 



57,785 .45493 

253 .02402 

31,741 .22828 

4,624,514 1.08933 

34, ,367 1.49597 

16,32,5 .91542 



4,736 
165,262 



.79520 



48,693 



.62712 



20,600 

26,654 

7,651 

167 

11,65.5 

17,311 



.78849 



27,. 572 
22,232,740 



4,370 

43,962 

14,817 

358,834 

133, 795 



2. 073 
1.765 



9.930 
2.295 
4.8.50 
2.506 

1. 614: 



3,779] 
2,518,246! 



5 
6,776 
42,5 
32,293 

2,395 



1,825 
2,630,9.58 



696 

2,6.56 

2,906 

22,417 

3,886 



33,176 
27,737,242 



.5,130 

.53,699 

18,222 

428,216 

140,890 



.21543 



37243 



L 73884 

.61696 

L 33468 

1.48858 

.82543 



Pet cent. 

2.93 
10.54 

41.21 
23.44 
19.26 



9.07 

12.14 

1.89 



30.79 
60.89 



66.33 
93.691 
1.01 
41.56 



9.22 
.71 

5.62 

14.10 

.29.10 

29.58 

62.99 

45.87 



6.07 



10.96 
27.30 
14.00 
.81 
17.13 

97.12 



30.97 
35.73 



80.65 
32.96 
6L90 
39.44 

4L47 



i Operation was discontinued by order of the Railroad Commission of the State of New York 
from F«^bniary 7 to April 30, 1906. 

3 Files no report ; road lies outside United States. Name inserted to show corporate relation of iub- 
sidiary roads as indicated. 

* Performs switching service only. 

< See Supplement at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

b FiVurcs cover whole line, 227.33 miles, group portion of whole line; 56.39 mOes not in United States. 
See Siipp?«ment at end of Table for totals covering entire road. 

c Figures cover whole line, 65.07 miles; 54.82 miles not in United States. 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES. 388: 

5 Year endixo June 30, 1906— Con (inuod. 

A. — Earnings from Operation — Continued. 

18 IT 18 



Including ^^ 






23,70] 
68,401 3 
Id. 326 3 
12,3-H 



23. ;m i.zuea 



3|liS43 



34SS8 

i.zuea 

270006 
1.2M79 
.99953 

2 1HK 

3.21399 

".'iaoili'" 



e| 2<8)E3 
I; 1.37970 



83,738- 

3S.»n, 
:,5gs'. 



2. 17913 
3.D0C9 



752,253; 4. 
93[7aO,.! 



4,U1 
Cfl.Ua 1 

n.esi 2 



43.07... 
630... 
98,09... 

lOOOO"' 
90.40 
97.09.. 
93.03.. 
B2.90 
70.90.- 



92. ZS 

40.85 

04.89 

88.00.- 

99. 1«'.. 

82.87'-, 



Irropor- n 
I PsrninKs 



Dollar >. Dolli.Ffr 



JSO,Sffi 


.704 


Si 

13; 578' 


iwa 


844,908 


.BSr 


30.,2*,l 


.lOT 


m!^, 


:?« 


4,225 


-^ 



505 109 
32,789. Sfiel 


i'twi 










7:618 




300.275 


I.4dJ 






















































0.301 


.,„! 


»;442 


ISi 




I.™ 


339, 7M 


■■-1 



100.00 

100. 00 

100. OOl 

m.eol 



12. 06: sa - 
».s«i 4»- 



384 KEPORT OF THE IKIERSTATE COMMEXCE COMMISSION. 

Group II. Table III.— EiFLSLVos and Ikconb for 

A.. — Earning Jrom Operation — Coatisued. 





■ 


' 


• 


• 


. 


• I T 


s 




■-'■■■■"-— -°' ""■ 


■ 




m AKUCtO 


noH r* 


«IB!(ODt Snt\-1(EL 






'^' 


B«ve- 
I*' 


UaJL 


— 


Total 

pa«Bi«Br 


fngs 

DMan 

.72223 
.44720 

.70111 


total" 
inga. 


96 


Cent. Kbw Eng. Ry 

Newb.. DutSl. * Conn. 

N.Y.;OM,4WD.Ry..-. 
Nowpl.AShcnmiDsVy.K.R. 


273. 9B2 
1,17(1.043 


1.R88 


'32ti 

Sl,73fi 
1,424 


118.271 


3B3.gTl 
4,543 


2ir*l 


•& 


N.Bcn^4^ttleCk.K.H.. 
Northump. A Bath R.R... 
N<)cwood*3t.L>ff.B.R... 


""„il 








3.11^ ".abii 

llfl.llU2; 


'..'..\ 


4M 


4.4IJ2 


s 


3.011 


OiW 


















490 

i 

at 

a 

£H 

tea 

5U 


Pencoyil i rails. R.R.'.. . 
i;Sb?R.B.ofB«lt.... 


■2e;3i4;2M 

101.882 


'■i"621 

L86I 
1.977 
I.BW) 

2.W 


«,986 
33.300 

5S! 


i.iiS:?.:; 

07i.46B 




**'iis;gj 

6,163.021 

2, do! 473 
17.062 

2W.m5 

7, ITS, 21: 


!wiii 

L777S 

I.4T0OS 
l.tttll 


23! 46 
70.27 


s 


Gbesi^Dtl H&R. R..^ 
Uidi^et.'* HEEiiiiiielsI.RiR 


3,.?5;?l 


.5:^ 


3,48: 


3,011 

271,358 


3,nB,r57 




£S 


z 


I'oosm 
e'oK 


LUT 

i 

2:21: 


"iS 


402.780 

1 


«;627 

it 


' ",<s4if 

:338i 


.03 


ws 


JiisB 




1,331 










s 


PliUn.4Clie«t.vy.R."R.. 
Philii.. NcBt. A N. Y. R. K 


11.31; 

33:70 


ei5 


Bond. « cm. R. R 

Rupert A Bloomib. R. R. 


3;S 




"1 


"1 


3,«I 


I tin 

.35SBT 


20.01 
















«1» 


Elffi.,VJ^T-ri»kS. 






......... ;..........|.......... 






« 


m,«a 


2.204 


>.». 


485S 


»,.. 


.31W 


0.2] 



[cludos 11.137.474. 



En«. B7. 
rry (Jenry Cltr. N'. J.) and from 
(Jersey City. N. J.) and of Penn- 



' On baajs ot t33.SIl.ie2. wlilcti excludes 11,132.309. earnings ol Ici 
Ijrlvania Annex, Included in amount aliown In col, 6. 

• Figiin>9 cover operations of Blaamhoats. tuKs. and barges on 36.00 mJles of water nnile. 

) On basis ol 12,^.142, wUch exclude* 144^097. revenue from fpiry and Atlantic City ttint^wr 

• On hasla ol (3.003.760, nhich excludes t4U,eB7, earnings ol lerry and Atlantic Clt; rtnct^oar Unee, 
> FetfoimB awltchiDg service Onjy. ^^ ' 



STATISTICS OF EAILWAYS IN THE UNITED 8T4TE3. 886 

3 Year esdwo June 30, 1906— C^onliniicd. 

A. — Eariiiniji from 0/»«"(i/ ion— Continued. 



z^ . Inclnduig 






Tc!e- 



Total 
ToUJ BBm. 
earuinga logs 



1. 71M4 

- 1.36050 
4.W04S 

H,9§S| .-"- 
1,«)3|.''>42; -2. 

St. Unless]' i'. 



123,797 7. 1U3 
U1,22a 1.744< 

e.ni; 3. 200 
as, SOS: 4.274; 

465,637 .MS: 
77,SW 2.581 
87,908 S.IZll 

375:383' '.eM 
237,3S» I.7U, 
28,580 9.019 
05,413 1,277' 

25,034 .em' 



4e!>,e37' i. 
87|.^ e. 



^"- 1 ^ 



34,07j 









50,421. 






,184,3ib 


51 


■■i« 


,S?iS 


SIS. 

83.15. 




nn'.iis 



24, 2»'l4. 
141,752! a2i;ii. 



loaoo 

100.00' 

loaoo. 
loaoo: 

91. G2' 



1 


.,,-1 























473! .'>l» 


^1 




-.J 










144,fl74 


■xu 


«!fli2 





78.32.. 
74.87.. 
49. «6.. 
87. 47 . . 
8S.S3.. 



i l.OM 
( a, 902 
t l..'<e2 



98. U| 

ioo!oo] 



M7,790 1.004' 637,750. 2.09101 
1 On b49la of tt«,-'W5,l>83. whJch pxcludea I 

' On bnBli t>[ »4,6"*.2M. which ^^cliirtps li 
included in amauDt showulQColumnlU. 



)l terry aud AlUinlic City al 



386 REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Group II. 



Table III. — Earnings and Income for 



A . — Earnings from Operation — Continued . 



No. 



G24 

626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 

633 
634 
636 
638 
639 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
650 
652 
653 

654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
662 
664 
665 
668 
609 
670 
671 
683 
684 
685 



Abbreviated name of road. 



6 



8 



EARNINGS ABISINO FROM PASSENQER SERVICE. 



Pittsb., Summerv. & Clarion 

R R 

Porti. i Nn. Ry 

Pough. & En. Uy 

Preston R. R 

Quakert. & En. R. R 

Rah way Vy. R. R 

Raritan Riv. R. R 

Raritan Term. & Transp. 

Co. » 
Reynoldsv. & Falls Ck. R. R. 

Rockdale R. R 

St. Clair Term. R. R. « 

Scootac Ry 

Scottdale Con. R. R 

SUverL. Ry 

Skaneateles R. R 

Slate RunR. R 

S. Buff. Ry 

S. Shore R. R 



Passenger 
revenue. 



Dollars. 

19,799 



Reve- 
nue- 
per 
pas- 
senger 
per 
mile. 



Cents. 
2.721 



23,040 



2.750 



Sterling Mtn. Ry 

Stewartstown K. R 

Susq. & Buff. R. R 

Susq. & N. Y. R. R 

Susq., Bloomsb. & Berwick 
R. R. 

Susq. Riv. & Wn. R. R 

Tuckerton R. R 

Tuscarora Vy. R. R 

Ulster & Del. R. R 

UnadiUaVy. Ry 

Union R. R. (of Pa.) * 

Un. Transp. Co 

Ursina & N. Fork Ry 

Valley R. R. (of Pa.) 

Wash., Pot. & CJhes. R. R . . 

Wash. Run. R. R 

W. Side Belt R. R 

Wn. Md. R. R 

Wilkes B. 4c Has. Ry 

WiUiams Vy. R. R 

WiUiamspt. & N. Brh. R. R. 



2,8681. 

3,7331 

5,341 



1.160 
.959 



Mail. 



Express. 



Dollars. Dollars. 
020 1,348 



1,019, 15,760 



636 


179 


114 


396 


601 


5,187 



I 



Total 
passenger 
earnings, 
including 
miscel- 
laneous. 



Dollars. 
21,80i> 



40,409 



Pas- 
senger 
earn- 
ings 
per 
train 
mile. 



Dollars. 
.75051 



.31431 



3,683 

4,243 

11,129 



.12253 
• 1^210 



Propor- 
tion to 
total 
earn- 
ings.