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OTHER AIDS OR GRANTS, FROM THE UNITED STATES, STATES, COUNTIES, CORPORATIONS, OR INDIVIDUALS.
Lands Granted by the United States Government.
* The Western Pacific Railroad Company had disposed of its bonds prior to its consolidation with this company.
Lands or property, including right of way donated by States, counties, towns, corporations, or indi
viduals, stating in detail the amount of land granted for right of way, for stations, for shops, for storehouses, etc.
By Whom Donated.
Description of Property.
-20% acres in the slough at Sacramento City.
---Land, Oakland water front. Half interest in Mission bay lands, San Francisco.
NOTE- No donations of lands or property other than is specified above in Tables D and E have ever been made to the company, except lands for "right of way," stations, shops, and storehouses, such as were procured by the contractors.
Bonds whereof principal is payable by company-Interest by State or other parties.
TABLE F. SALES OF LANDS GRANTED BY UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
Total sales and accrued interest, in currency and coin.
Amounts paid and due on sales above stated-currency and coin.
TABLE F-Continued. Net cash receipts in coin, deducting discount on currency and expenses.
From lands previous to December 31, 1880, trust mortgage. Since trust mortgage
$421,279 09 3,212,074 53
Application of amount placed in hands of Trustees for redemption of bonds (to be stated in coin).
Cash from sales, previous to trust mortgage, not placed in hands of Trustees..
Not including patents to Western Pacific Railroad Company.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
City and County of San Francisco.} Leland Stanford, President of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and E. H. Miller, Jr., Secretary of the said company, being duly sworn, depose and say, that the statements, tables, and answers contained in the foregoing sheets, have been compiled and prepared by the proper officers of said company, from its books and records, under their direction and supervision; that they, the deponents, have carefully examined the same, and that as now furnished by them to the Board of Railroad Commissioners, they are, in all respects, just, correct, complete, and true, to the best of their knowledge, and, as they verily believe, the same contain a true and full exhibit of the condition and affairs of said company on the thirty-first day of December, 1880..
E. H. MILLER, Jr. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this fourteenth day of February, 1881.
CHARLES J. TORBERT, Notary Public in and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of California.