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EXPLANATORY REMARKS. We are unable to give cost of "rails" and 'ties” separate as the construction accounts of the company were not kept separate, but these items are consolidated in one account, "new track” which also includes the cost of laying, etc.

Engineering expenses iucurred on line from St. Joseph to Kansas City, during year ending June 30th, 1890, charged to Leavenworth & St. Joseph Railroad, during year ending June 30th, 1891, creating credit to the account for the year.

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INCOME ACCOUNT.

[FOR ROADS MAKING OPERATING REPORTS.) Gross earnings from operation-page 35.... $4,290, 359.26 Less operating expenses--page 45. ........ 3,458,260.78 Income from operation.....

$832,098.48 Total income. .......

$832,098.48

297,154.61

DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME,
Interest on funded debt accrued-page 23.. $187,875.47
Rents-page 47, A ........

16,279,14 Taxes.

....................... 93,000.00 Total deductions from income.........

Net income..........
Surplus from operations of year ending June

30, 1891.....
Surplus on June 30, 1890, (from "general

balance sheet," 1890 report). .. Surplus on June 30, 1891, (for entry on "gen

eral balance sheet”.-page 51)........

$534,943.87

$534,943.87 608,954.81

$1,143,898.68

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EARNINGS FROM OPERATION-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

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$487,721.02

$487,721.02

$487,721.02 $714,053.92

FREIGHT:
Freight revenue..............

Total freight revenue........
Total freight earnings...........

Total passenger and freight earnings....
OTHER EARNINGS FROM OPERATION:

Rents from tracks and terminals-page 41............
Rents not otherwise provided for.......
Other sources...

Total other earnings.
Total gross earnings from operation-Minnesota ....
Total gross earnings from operation-entire line....

1.231.92 2,927.26

372.53

$1,531.73

$ 748.585 65 4.290,359.26

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RENTALS RECEIVED.
RENTS KECEIVED FROM LEASE OF TRACKS, YARDS, AND TERMINALS.

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OPERATING EXPENSES. APPORTIONMENT BETWEEN PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAFFIC IS Es

TIMATED ACCORDING TO THE RULE PRESCRIBED BY THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.

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Total......
CONDUCTING TRANSPORTION:
Wages of enginemen, firemen and roundhouse-

nen.......
Fuel for locomotives.....
Water-supply for locomotives.....
All other supplies for locomotives..
Wages of other trainmen......
All other train supplies .................
Wages of switchmen, flagmen and watchmen.!!
Expense of telegraph, including train dis-

patchers and operators...
Wages of station agents, clerks and laborers..
Station supplies...........
Switching charges-balance....
Car mileage-balance. ........
Loss and damage..........
Injuries to persons....
Other expenses......

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Total............

$428,624.19 $1.378,819.91

$1,807, 441.10

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OPERATING EXPENSES-Continued. APPORTIONMENT BETWEEN PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAFFIC IS Es

TIMATED ACCORDING TO THE RULE PRESCRIBED BY THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.

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