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0.B. & N......
C., M. & St P...
c., St. P., M. & 0.....
0. & N. W ...
c., st. P. & K.C...
D. & I. R............
Minn. & St. I
W. M. & Pac.........
N. P......
St. P. & D.
M., St. P. & S. Ste. Marie...
G. N.....
E. M.......................
Willmar & S. Falls.......
M. E....
D., R. W, & so........

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873,620

789,854
2,440,326
1,198,968

728,948
576,591
329,410
490.301

88.329
2,511,265
642,212
258,874

118,904
2,621,311

77,538
10.852
17,737
85,333
16,250
90,496

$1,434,038

789,854
12,463,362

3,077,036
11,743,005
1,734,124

329,410
616,367

105,347
9,672,788
651,884
847,558

298,930
3,468,374

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TABLE XVII.
Showing the Gross Earnings of the Several Railways in Minnesota, and the Amount of Taxes Certified by the Commission for

Years ènding Dec. 31, 1889 and 1890.

NAME OF ROAD.

Gross earnings
for year ending

Dec. 31, 1889.

Rate

per cent.

Taxes Gross earnings
for year ending for year ending

Dec. 31, 1889. Dec. 31, 1890.

Rate
per
cent.

Taxes
for year ending

Dec. 31, 1890.

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Chicago & Northwestern..
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha. .....
*Great Northern.......
St. Paul & Duluth.....

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+ Minneapolis and St. Louis ....
Northern Pacific ....
Burlington, Cedar Rapid
Duluth & Iron Range. .....
Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City......
Wisconsin Central......
Chicago, Burlington & Northern...,
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie....
Railway Transfer Co. of Minneapolis.........
Union Depot Co. of Stillwater....

Minneapolis, Lyndale & Minneto
Minneapolis Eastern.....
Eastern Railway of Minnesota...
Duluth & Winnipeg ......
Dubuque & Sioux City...
Duluth, Red Wing & Southern...
Winona & Southwestern.......

$4,727,033.24
1,503.699.01
2,526,907.65
5,671,773.86
1.291.864.52
1,348,208.05
4.889, 100.30

120.881 56
1.019,988.53
741.834.90
150, 166,06
194,781 79
519.064.95
106,593 00

11.985.47
144.558,30

36, 107.75
447,198.93

9,580.45

$140,899.15

41,245.32

74,023.57
167.799.81
38,471.63
38.539.14
129,363.93

2,926.52
20.399.77
14,933 13
3,413.73
2,793,57
5,190.65
3,197.79

119.85
2,891.16

078.59
7,754.56

287.41

$4,685,793.91
1,513 365,25
2,738,473.30
6,048,916.38
1,474,721.10
1,428,558.15
5,264,206,46

134,622.54
1,114.678.60

737.816.88
163,309 79
214,133.71
566,710.33
123, 110.75

13,941.46
* 25,738.75
616,694.17
56,004.68

7,693.92
37.646.63
7,546.87

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45,400.96
81,667.22
175.633.70
44,027.46
40,765.84
138,613.75

3,209.66
22,203,57
14,831.31
3,531.90
4.480.24
9,691.43
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*Includes Willmar & Sioux Falls Railway. +Includes Wisconsin, Minnesota & Pacific Railway. *Changed into street rallway and subject to local taxation,

GRAIN INSPECTION AND WEIGHING.

GRAIN INSPECTION.

STATE OF MINNESOTA,
OFFICE OF CHIEF INSPECTOR OF GRAIN.

ST. PAUL, MINN., Sept. 1, 1891. )
To the Railroad and Warehouse Commission:

GENTLEMEN:-In presenting this the sixth annual report of this department covering its transactions for the crop year ending August 31st, 1891, it is gratifying to note the evidences of continued growth in the productiveness of the Northwest, and the constantly increasing volume of business in grain handling at the terminal markets of this state.

Statistical information showing in detail the work of the department for the past crop year, also its earnings and expenditures, will be found in the different tables which are listed below:

EXHIBITS. Exhibits “A” and “B” present the financial condition of the department, showing the sources of its income and the object of its expenditures.

Exhibit “C” shows the total number of cars of spring wheat inspected “on arrival” during the year, at the three terminal points, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth, arranged by months and roads.

Exhibit “D” shows the number of cars of spring wheat inspected “on arrival ” at the three terminal points, for the same time, arranged by months and grades.

Exhibit “E” is a statement of the number of cars of wheat inspected each month “out of store” at St. Paul and Minneapolis, also the amount in carloads and bushels “out of store" at Duluth.

Exhibit “F” shows the number of carloads of coarse grains, including winter wheat inspected “on arrival" at St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth, for the season.

Exhibit “G" is a statement of the amount of coarse grains, including winter wheat and flax seed inspected “out of store" at the three terminal points, for the season.

Exhibit “H” shows the number and disposition of reinspec. tions and appeals made at the three terminal points during the year.

Exhibit "K" is a comparative statement showing the amount of each kind of grain inspected on arrival at Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth, during the crop year ending August 31 1891.

Exhibit “L” shows the inspection of spring wheat in car loads on arrival at Minneapolis and Duluth for the crop year ending August 31, 1891, by roads, giving the grades and percentages of the same. (Note-For out shipments by grade at Duluth and West Superior, see Duluth Registrar's report.)

THE YEAR'S WORK. The number of car loads of spring wheat inspected “on arriyal" for the crop year was 112,930; winter wheat 4,211 cars; coarse grain, including flax 15,532 cars, being a total of 132,673 carloads as against 130,654 carloads last season. There were inspected “out of store” during the same period 41,661 cars spring wheat; 2,354 cars winter wheat and 6,749 cars coarse grain, or a total of 50,764 carloads against 36,467 carloads last season. The total number of carloads into" and "out of', store for the crop year just closed was 183,437, as against 167,638 cars the preceding year, indicating a gain of 15,799 cars. There was also inspected “out of store” into vessels, 14,022, 207 bushels of spring wheat, 785,224 bushels winter wheat, 1,673,499 bushels of coarse grain, and 119,372 bushels flax.seed, a total of 16,600,302 bushels of all kinds of grain as against 20,992,668 bushels the previous year, a falling off of 4,392,366 bushels in cargo shipments.

For the purpose of farther comparison with the business of previous years, I append a table which exhibits in a concise form the business transacted each year by the department from its organization up to the present time.

NUMBER OF CARLOADS INSPECTED “ON ARRIVAL.”

Wheat.

Coarse
grain.

Total No. carloads.

Season of 1885-86...
Season of 1886-87
Season of 1887-88
Season of 1888-89.
Season of 1889-90.
Season of 1890-91...

92,886
113.923
115,215

74,068 107.979 117,141

4,767 6,412 8,637 13,410 22.675 15,532

97.663 120.335 123, -52 87.478 130.654 132,673

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