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EMPLOYES AND SALARIES-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

Total number

CLASS.

Number.

Average Total yearly daily compensation compen

sation.

worked.

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General officers; paid by month, and 365

days paid for working year.... General office clerks; paid by month, and

365 days paid for working year ...... Station agents; paid by month, and 365

days paid for working year........ Other station men; paid by month, and

365 days paid for working year.
Enginemen.
Firemen,
Conductors,

See page 58.
Other trainmen,
Machinists......
Carpenters ......
Other shopmen.....
Section foremen....
Other trackmen ............
Switchmen, flagmen and watchmen......
Telegraph operators and dispatchers.
All other employes and laborers....

4612

$18.63

2.48 1.60 1.64 3.73 2.17 3.09 1.90

1644 304 3712 2114

$ 40,800.00
103,970.30
19.311.10
27,861.20
38,090 00
22.140.10
18,018.82
20,793.76
33,787.90
17,719.90
111.885.20
12,114.20
22.143.40
30.708.90

6,766.50
50,450.70

16,972
10,220
10,220

5.810
10,950
11.581

6.572 48,515

8,030 18,780 12,204

5,110 24,747

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22 59% 35% 13% 7344

2.70 2.31 1.51 1.18 2.52 1.32 2.04

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS.
The “ days worked” are actual on a basis of 100 miles per day.
The “number” is arrived at by dividing by 365 days.

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

MINNESOTA.

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS. Mileage of switching trains is computed on basis of six miles per hour for each train or engine in use.

(Page 63.) PASSENGER AND FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE-ENTIRE

LINE.

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS. In computing earnings and expenses per mile of road opposite the average mileage operated during year (886.90 miles) is used.

the estimated cost of carrying passengers one mile, $.02213, is arrived at, as inructed by the commissioner, by dividing entire estimated passenger expenses by van ber of miles carried passengers. A more accurate estimate is arrived at by di

the passenger train expenses to cars for carrying passengers and baggage-$59 miles. 85 26 per cent. of $994.674.89 or $848,059.8i. Other cars 897,280 miles. 14.74 cent. of $994.674.89 or $146.615 08. os estimate of the cost of running cars for carrying passengers and their baggage 059.81-divided by the number of miles passengers were carried gives an expense

This estim

Der mile of 8.01975..

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FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

[COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED.)

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476 1,596 1,035

416 1,158

357 2,258 1,076

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MANUFACTURES:

Petroleum and other oils.......
Sugar........
Iron, pig and bloom....
Iron and steel rails....
Other castings and machinery.
Bar and sheet metal.....
Cement, brick and lime........
Agricultural implements ......
Wagons, carriages, tools, etc..
Wines, liquors and beers...
Household goods and furniture....
Ice........ ............ .................
Merchandise ......
Miscellaneous: Other commodities not men-
tioned above.

1.09

18,279
3,515

419
4,263
9,872
7,127
3,130
1.733
1,309
4,879
2,119
7.712
25,896

18.755
5,111
1,454
4.679
11.030

7,484
5,388
2.809
2,065
5.403
2,718
11,576
27,853

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

566,978 1,096,727

122,130 291,911

100.00

689.108 1,388,638

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS. (Page 66.)

The total number of cars owned is same this year as last, but changes have been made showing the following increases and decreases : Other cars in passenger service have decreased. Flat cars have increased ..........

................. 12 Racks and seats removed from 12 excursion cars, and cars returned to freight service as flat cars. Number combination cars last year (included 4 milk cars). ....... 11 Number combination cars this year (not including 4 milk cars)... Number baggage, mail and express last year (not including 4 milk.

cars............................................................. 11 Number baggage mail and express this year (includes 4 milk cars) 15

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