Annual Report on the Statistics of Railways in the United States
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1914
1921-1942 contain abstracts of periodical reports.
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1st mtg A-I.-ABSTRACT OF REPORTS Amount Amount of holding amounts are shown annual operating revenues Apprns appropriations Average Average weight Balance Sheet account bonds Book value car-miles-rev carried cars cars-number Cash cent Central Chicago City Class II roads Coal COMPANIES OF CLASS credits debits deductions DISTRICT dividend Eastern electric equipment excluded expenses freight funded debt funds gold Includes income investments issue Ist mtg July JUNE 30 Lake lines locomotives Maintenance Michigan mile of road mileage Miscellaneous nearest dollar Northern Number OBLIGATIONS Operating expenses OPERATING STEAM RAILWAY Pacific passenger R. R. Co Rate of interest receipts received RENDERED BY OPERATING rent REPORTS RENDERED River road and equipment SECTION A-II.-ABSTRACT securities Sept sinking Southern Special STATEMENT STEAM RAILWAY COMPANIES supplies surplus system corporations Term Texas Total capacity tons track tractive power pounds Traffic train transportation Valley Western yard
Halaman 26 - 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 Switchmen, Flagmen, and Watchmen, . Telegraph Operators and Dispatchers, . Employes — Account Floating Equipment, All other Employes and Laborers, . Total (including " General Officers "), . Less
Halaman 23 - 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 equipment All other employees and laborers Total (including general officers) Less general officers....
Halaman 23 - 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 Equipment, All other Employees and Laborers, TOTAL (Including "General Officers"), Less "General Officers...
Halaman 61 - On the Value of Stocks or Bonds, or on Valuation Based on Earnings, Dividends, or other Results of Operation...
Halaman 55 - Stationery and Printing. 98. Other Expenses. 99. Loss and Damage — Freight. 100. Loss and Damage — Baggage. 101. Damage to Property. 102. Damage to stock on right of way. 103. Injuries to Persons. 104. Operating Joint Tracks and Facilities — Dr. 105. Operating Joint Tracks and Facilities — Cr.
Halaman 319 - Total Freight Revenue Average Amount Received for Each Ton of Freight Average Receipts per Ton per Mile. . Freight Revenue per Mile of Road...
Halaman 396 - Yard Yard supplies and expenses Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr. Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr.
Halaman 273 - Enginehouse expenses — road Fuel for road locomotives Water for road locomotives Lubricants for road locomotives Other supplies for road locomotives.. Road trainmen Train supplies and expenses Interlockers and block and other signals — operation Crossing flagmen and gatemen Drawbridge operation Clearing wrecks * Telegraph and telephone — operation..
Halaman 26 - Enginemen Firemen Conductors .... Other trainmen Machinists Carpenters Other shopmen . Section foremen Other trackmen Switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen Telegraph operators and dispatchers . . . Л11 other employees and laborers.
Halaman 498 - Miscellaneous non-operating physical property." Separately operated properties — Profit. Dividend income. Income from funded securities. Income from unfunded securities and accounts. Income from sinking and other reserve funds. Release of premiums on funded debt. Contributions from other companies. Miscellaneous income.