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(Page 55.) CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, ETC., AFFECTING BUSINESS

WITHIN STATE OF MINNESOTA. Here give a concise statement of all existing contracts, agreements, arrangements, etc., with other companies or persons, concerning the transportation of freight or passengers. Give the statement in the following order, viz: 1. Express Companies. 2. Mails. 3. Sleeping, Parlor or Dining Car Companies. 4. Freight or Transportation Companies or Lines. 5. Other Railroad Companies. 6. Steamboat or Steamship Oompanies. 7. Telegraph Companies. 8. Other Contracts.

1. Contract with the American Express Company whereby they do all express business on the lines operated by this company.

2. Mail routes established by the United States government, as provided by law.

7. Contract with the Western Union Telegraph Company. Telegraph company furnish material and construct line: railway company maintains telegraph lines in consideration for use of same for its own business, deriving no revenue from telegraph business done for the public.

8. In November, 1879, for the purpose of encouraging the erection and operation at Anoka of a flouring mill, a contract was made with Washburn & Co., waiving any additional charge for the privilege of milling in transit at said mill, grain transported over the company's railroad. The said contract was for the period of twenty years from the date thereof. (Page 59.)

EMPLOYES AND SALARIES-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

CLASS.

Number.

Total

Total number of yearly comdays worked. pensation.

Average daily compensation.

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General office clerks..
Station agents.....
Other station men...
Engineen... ....
Firemen.........
Conductors .....
Other trainmen
Machinists.
Carpenters ..
Other shopmen....
Section forenen...
Other trackmen.. ....
Switchmen, flagmen and

watchmen.......
Telegraph operators and dis-

patchers... All other employees and laborers, .. Total (including general

officers')-Minnesota... Less "general officers"... Total(excluding "general

officers')-Minnesota... DISTRIBUTION OF ABOVE: General administration... Maintenance of way and

structures................ Maintenance of equipment Conducting transportation

25,884 38,691 84,027

35,497.60 81,637.44

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eral officers')-Minn.. Less "general othcers".....

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

MINNESOTA.

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(Page 60.)

EXPLANATORY REMARKS. Mileage in Minnesota...

.... Trackage Eastern Railway of Minnesota, 3 months......... A verage.......

1,258.93

11.92 1,270.85

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

ENTIRE LINE.

Columns for revenue and

rates.

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Column for

tonnage, number pasSPngers, num

ber trains, mileage,num

ber cars.

Dolls. Cts. Mills.

Average distaer revenues from each pas

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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 .........
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 freight earnings......
Freight earning: 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 trains... ....

.01.28

.00.524 7.636,446.90 2,713.75

2.55.480

9,504,970.89

3,377.75 10,094,760.92

3,587.35 10,327,411.13

3.670.02 5.163,954.19

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1.737,231
2,558.594
573,916

Total mileage trains earning revenue.... Miles run by switching trains, see note page 62. Miles run by construction and other trains.

4.869.821
1.134.411

231,310

Grand total train mileage..............
Mileage of loaded freight cars-east.....
Mileage of loaded freight cars-west.......
Mileage of empty freight cars-east...
Mileage of empty freight cars-west...
Average number of freight cars in train.
Average number of loaded cars in train...
Average number of empty cars in train.....
Average number tons of freight in train.....
Average number of tons of freight in each loaded car

0.235,542
29,257.902
27,797.556
7.137.137
9.185,431

23.42
18,21

5.21
106.74
10.80

(Page 62.)

EXPLANATORY REMARKS.

1. Average mileage upon which earnings per mile of road is computed is made as follows: Mileage operated, entire year.....

..... 2.774.67 Grafton to Cavalier. 31.71 miles, Great Falls and Canada Con. 1.26 miles24.87 Eastern Railway of Minnesota, 69.78, 3 months........

17.45

2,813 99 2. An allowance of 75 miles per day of 12 hours is allowed for switch trains.

(Page 65.)

FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-WHOLE LINE. [COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED.] INCLUDES W. & S. F. R’Y, AND D.

W. & P. R’Y.
(See Note, Page 64.)

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PRODUCTS OF ANIMALS:
Live stock.....................
Dressed meats. .
Other packing-house products....
Poultry, game and fish.......
Wool....
Hides and leather...
PRODUCTS OF MINES:
Anthracite coal.....
Bituminous coal..
Coke...........
Ores .....

............................ Stone, sand and other like articles......... PRODUCTS OF FOREST:.

Lumber, lath and shingles.....
Other forest products................
MANUFACTURES:

Petroleum and other oils. ........
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
Other manufactures......
Merchandise...........
Miscellaneous: Other commodities not mentioned above.

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

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(Page 61.)

EXPLANATORY REMARKS. NOTE.-Cannot give the tonnage of different commodities originating on this line, and that received from other carriers. . It is impossible to give the movement of freight traffic for Minnesota separately, consequently report for entire line is given.

The statement on page 65 includes the freight traffic movement of the Willmar & Sioux Falls Railway and Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Railway.

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(Page 66.)

EXPLANATORY REMARKS. NOTE.-All this equipment, with the exception of 46 refrigerator cars, leased from St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba R'y in connection with the lease of that company's road mentioned on page 9. The 46 refrigerator cars are owned by the Great Northern Railway Company.

(Page 68.)

EXPLANATORY REMARKS.
Total mileage shown on page 69.
Less constructed during year...

3,299.99

50.79

3,249.19 3.196.49

Mileage per last year's report............

52.70

Difference............
This difference made as follows:

Eastern R'y of Minnesota not operated last year .............
Less Sand Coulee branch operated last year, but not this year
Main line......
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NOTE.- Mileage operated under trackage rights is for Eastern R'y of Minnesota, and was operated only three months as per note on page 11.

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