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EMPLOYES AND SALARIES-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

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(Page 61.) PASSENGER AND FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE-STATE OF

MINNESOTA.

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PASSENGER AND FREIGHT AND TRAIN MILEAGE-

ENTIRE LINE.

ITEM

Column for

Columns for tonnage,

revenue and number pas

rates. sengers, num

ber trains. mileage. nunber cars.

Dolls. Cts. Mills.

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Passed TRAFFIC carried one mile...

1,509,744 222,285.067

147.23

PASSENGER TRAFFIC:

Number of passengers carried earning revenue......
Number of passengers carried one mile...........
Average distance carried. .............
Total passenger revenue......
Average amount received from each passenger....
Average receipts per passenger per mile ...
Estimated cost of carrying each passenger one mile.
Total passenger earnings............
a. Passenger earnings per mile of road...........

Passenger earnings per train-mile........
FREIGHT TRAFFIC:

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue..
Number of tons carried one mile..
Average distance haul of one ton........
Total freight revenue..........
Average amount received for each ton of freight....
Average receipts per ton per mile...
Estimated cost of carrying one ton one mile........
Total freght earnings...
Freight earnings per mile of road....

Freight earnings per train-mile .....
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT:

Passenger and freight revenue........
Passenger and freight revenue per mile of road..
Passenger and freight earnings.......
Passenger and freight earnings per mile of road.
Gross earnings from operation.....
Gross earnings from operation per mile of road.
Expenses..........
Expenses per mile of road....
TRAIN MILEAGE:
Miles run by passenger trains.
Miles run by freight trains........
Miles run by mixed irains....

2,599,182.08 ***

1.72.160

.01.169

.00.754 2,599,182.08 2,429.93

1.32.297

3,347.519.82

3,129.54 3.500,361,42

3.272.43 3,504,561.42

3,276.36 2,438,452.28

2,279.67

1,130,706
1.835,198

172,600

Total mileage trains earning revenue.......... b. Miles run by switching trains.. Miles run by construction and other trains...

3,138,504
362.125
74,095

Grand total train mileage .....
Mileage of loaded freight cars-north.....
Mileage of loaded frieght cars-south...
Mileage of empty freight cars-north....
Mileage of empty freight cars-south....
Average number of freight cars in train.
Average number of loaded cars in train....
Average number of empty cars in train
Average number of tons of freight in train
Average number of tons of freight in each loaded car

3.574,724
12,882,772
11.699,313
3,257,702
4,154,178

30.90
22.31

8.59
267.72
12.00

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS.

a. Miles operated the present year, 1,046.4. The Davenport line, 31.09 miles, and the Trosky branch, 5.41 miles, a total of 46.5 miles were operated from January 1st to June 30th, 1891, being equal to 23.25 miles for 12 months; these added to the 1,046.4 miles gives the average miles operated for the year, 1,069.65.

b. Switching mileage given here is "terminal switching” and is computed on a basis of 6 miles per hour for the time engine is in service.

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FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

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Hay.

3,970 2.997 5,502

611

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3,099

PRODUCTS OF AGRICULTURE:
Grain..
Flour.....
Other mill products ....
Pruit and vegetables.............
Flax seed....
Butter and eggs....
PRODUCTS OF ANIMALS:
Live stock.....
Other packing-house products....
PRODUCTS OF MINES:
Anthracite coal..
Bituminous coal...
Stone, sand and other like articles...
PRODUCTS OF FORESTS:

Lumber.....
MANUFACTURES:
Iron and nails.....
Cement, brick and lime.
Agricultural implements.....
Household goods and furniture...

10.376
15,614

2.34

3.52

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2,835

.64 14.57

Miscellaneous: Other.commodities not men tioned above ...............

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64,590 33,433 443,648 1,509,744

Total tonnage-Minnesota.......
Total tonnage-entire line.......

49.231 951,043

394.417
558,701 |

100.00

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64 a. CARS EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC COUPLERS-COAL.-Janney, 3; Gould, 5; Fox, 4; Dowling, 2; Williams, 4; Chicago, 2-Total, 20.

REFRIGERATOR CARS.– Williams, 14.
CABOOSE CARS. - Williams. 9; Janney, 2; Dowling, 1.-Total, 12.

PASSENGER LOCOMOTIVES EQUIPPED WITH TRAIN BRAKE.- New York, 1; Westinghouse, 30.-Total, 31.

FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVES EQUIPPED WITH TRAIN BRAKE.-Westinghouse, 22; Boyden, 2; New York, 4.-Total, 28.

SWITCHING LOCOMOTIVES EQUIPPED WITH TRAIN BRAKE.-New York, 1.

Box CARS EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC COUPLERS.-Janney, 140; Gould, 270; Fox, 83; Dowling, 72: Williams, 62; Chicago, 16; Hinsen, 8-Total. 651.

FLAT CARS EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC COUPLERS.-Janney, 16; Dowling, 15; Fox, 9; Chicago, 5; Gould, 4; Williams, 1.-Total, 50.

STOCK CARS EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC COUPLERS.– Williams, 21; Janney, 1; Fox, 1.-Total, 23.

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