Findings of Facts by the Railroad Commission of Washington Relative to the Valuation of Railroads in the State of Washington

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E.L. Boardman, public printer, 1909 - 354 halaman
 

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Halaman 133 - Fuel for yard locomotives Water for yard locomotives Lubricants for yard locomotives Other supplies for yard locomotives Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr. Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr.
Halaman 243 - Tunnels ......... Bridges, trestles, and culverts . . . . .Over and under grade crossings . Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs Snow and sand fences and...
Halaman 233 - It was very early in the history of railroads perceived that if these agencies of commerce were to accomplish the greatest practicable good, the charges for the transportation of different articles of freight could not be apportioned among such articles by reference to the cost of transporting them severally...
Halaman 5 - ... or otherwise, and such findings, when so introduced, shall be conclusive evidence of the facts therein stated as of the date therein stated under conditions then existing...
Halaman 124 - Each train and each section of a train run by a separate train crew, should be considered a separate train, whether hauled by one or more locomotives for either the whole distance or a part of the distance between the train terminals. There should be nothing added to this distance to cover running from...
Halaman 235 - Good crops may increase the transportation, business and poor crops reduce, high or low rates may likewise effect; but the only fair judicial test is to apply the rates to the business that has been done in the past and see whether upon that basis such rates will be remunerative, or compel the transaction of business at a loss.
Halaman 125 - ... between terminals; miles run light by grade helpers in returning from assisting freight trains as pushers or double-headers; and miles run light by locomotives coming from or going to enginehouses or turntables from freight-train service.
Halaman 123 - Includes miles run by revenue-earning trains to transport passengers, baggage, mail and express, also miles run by trains consisting of deadhead passenger equipment. When one or more cars other than regular passenger-train cars, such as milk cars, cabooses deadheaded back, etc., are hauled in a passenger train, the miles run by that train should be considered as passenger train miles.
Halaman 136 - General Expenses: Salaries and Expenses of General Officers Salaries and Expenses of Clerks and Attendants.
Halaman 116 - Managers may procure the organization of one or more new companies, or they may adopt or use any existing or future companies, and they may cause to be made such consolidations, leases, sales, or other arrangements and may make or cause to be made such conveyances or transfers of any properties or securities acquired by them, and may take such other proceedings as they may deem proper for the purpose of creating the new securities provided for in this plan and agreement and for carrying out all or...

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