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TABLE D.

Grants or Donations, in Bonds or Money, from States, Counties, Towns, Corporations, or Individuals, not Repayable by Company.

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County bonds County bonds

Feb. 23, 1876 March 1, 1876

Within 20 years Within 20 years

Santa Cruz County Santa Cruz County

Semi-annually Semi-annually

7 per cent. $30,000 7 per cent 84,000

$114,000

$104,310

$9,690

STATE OF CALIFORNIA,

County of Santa Cruz.}

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F. A. Hihn, who was during the year 1880 President of the Santa Cruz Railroad Company, and G. Ruegg, 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.

F. A. HIHN.

G. RUEGG. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this fourteenth day of February, 1881.

JAMES O. WANZER,

Notary Public

SANTA CRUZ AND FELTON RAILROAD COMPANY.

No report made by this company for the year ending December 31, 1880. The road is operated by the South Pacific Coast Railroad Company, and the operations of the same for the year are included in the report of said company.

SAN RAFAEL AND SAN QUENTIN RAILROAD COMPANY.

No report made by this company for the year ending December 31, 1880. The road is operated by the North Pacific Coast Railroad Company, and the operations of the same for the year are included in the report of said company.

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The Sonoma Valley Railroad Company was incorporated 18—, and formed by consolidation of the companies whose names and dates of incorporation are shown in the table below:

Names of Railroad Companies.

Dates of Incorporation.

Sonoma Valley Railroad Company.
Prismoidal Railroad Company -

-July 1, 1878.

CAPITAL STOCK.

$200,000 00 200,000 00 200,000 00

100 00

1. Capital stock authorized by charter
2. Capital stock authorized by votes of company
3. Capital stock issued; amount paid in
8. Par value of shares issued
9. Total number of stockholders...
10. Number of stockholders in California
11. Amount of stock held in California
14. Unfunded debt:

Incurred for construction, equipments, or purchases of property
All other debts, current credit balances, etc..

200,000 00

161,382 23

OFFICE OF THE Sonoma VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY,

426 MONTGOMERY STREET, San Francisco, February 15, 1881. The Sonoma Valley Railroad Company had only between six and seven miles of road laid prior to August 16, 1880, when it was opened for traffic from its point of departure on San Pablo Bay to the town of Sonoma. The company is therefore unable to furnish the data asked for in the annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners.

THOS. W. JOHNSTON, Secretary.

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA,

City and County of San Francisco.} Peter Donahue, President of the Sonoma Valley Railroad Company, and Thomas W. Johnston, 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.

P. DONAHUE, President,
THOS. W. JOHNSTON, Secretary.

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this fourth day of March, 1881.

OTIS V. SAWYER,

Notary Public.

SOUTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD COMPANY.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS :
A. E. Davis, President.
A. E. Davis, Treasurer.
Joseph Clark, Vice-President.
F. W. Bowen, Superintendent
George Waggoner, Secretary--

San Francisco. - San Francisco. San Francisco. San Francisco. San Francisco.

NAMES OF DIRECTORS :

A. E. Davis
Edward Barron
Joseph Clark.
Daniel Cook
Isaac E. James
J. Barr Robertson..
Cary Peebles ---

San Francisco. San Francisco. San Francisco. _San Francisco. Virginia City. San Francisco. - Santa Clara.

BUSINESS ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY: Market Street Wharf,

San Francisco, California. The South Pacific Coast Railroad Company was incorporated March 29, 1876, and not formed by consolidation with any other companies.

CAPITAL STOCK. 1. Capital stock authorized by charter...

$1,000,000 00 2. Capital stock authorized by votes of company

1,000,000 00 3. Capital stock issued [number of shares, 1,000]; amount paid in

1,000,000 00 5. Total amount paid in as per books of the company

1,000,000 00 8. Par value of shares issued

100 00 9. Total number of stockholders 10. Number of stockholders in California

DEBT. 14. Unfunded debt:

Incurred for construction, equipment, or purchase of property...

All other debts, current credit balances, etc.. 15. Total amount of unfunded debt.. 17. Amount of cash, materials, and supplies on hand; sinking funds in hands

of trustees, and such securities and debt balances as represent cash assets:

Cash on hand
Material and supplies on hand.
Other securities and debt balances.

$2,915,476 50 2,915,476 50

$14,934 89

43,982 39 307.333 14

$366,250 42

18. Total net debt liabilities...

$2,549,226 08

Cost of ROAD, EQUIPMENT, AND PROPERTY--ROAD AND BRANCHES.

Construction. 1. Grading and masonry 2. Bridging ---3. Superstructure, including rails. Land damages, right of way.

$60,065 07 Fences.

20.401 79

$379,995 15 121,288 17 409,903 65

5. Passenger and freight stations..
6. Engine houses, car sheds, and turn-tables.
7. Machine shops, including machinery and tools.
9. Engineering -

Agencies, salaries, and other expenses during construction...
Tunneling---

80,466 86 44,273 23 13,196 06 31,266 95 51,015 60 152,630 09 418,564 37

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26. Total for property purchased, etc.--
27. Whole amount of permanent investments -
29. Amount of supplies and materials on hand.
30. Cash and cash assets ----

$2,504,187 17

43,982 39 322,268 03

31. Total property and assets of the company

$2,870,437 59

EXPENDITURES CHARGED TO PROPERTY Account DURING THE YEAR.

1. Grading and masonry-
2. Bridging -
3. Superstructure, including rails
4. Fences
5. Woodsheds and water stations.
7. Machine shops.--
8. Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other expenses during construction..

Tunneling 9. Locomotives

-[Number, 2] 11. Parlor cars

-[Number, 2] 13. Passenger, mail, and baggage cars

[Number, 20] 14. Freight and other cars

-[Number, 70] 15. Improvements of steamers

Total .----

$39,902 60

9,357 65 8,511 74 2,996 03 25,176 87 5,080 27 9,413 94 56,621 27 18,267 47

9,970 02 36,305 75 40,950 80 3,210 61

$264,765 02

20. Net addition to property account for the year..

$264,765 02

REVENUE FOR THE YEAR. 1. Derived from local passengers on road's operated by this company. 5. Derived from express and extra baggage 6. Derived from mails...

$195,470 56 2,524 55

167 15

$198,162 26

188,306 80 188,306 80

$386,469 06

7. Total earnings from passenger department ---
8. Derived from local freight on roads operated by this company -
13. Derived from rents for use of road and equipment when leased ..
14. Total transportation earnings----
17. Income derived from rent of property other than road and equipment.---
18. Income derived from all other sources :

Wharfage, storage, and sundry items too numerous to mention here

Telegraph receipts --19. Total income derived from all sources

$3,482 00

7,423 27 2,933 41

$400,307 74

$18,162 08

EXPENSES FOR OPERATING THE ROAD FOR THE YEAR.

Class I-General traffic expenses. 1. Taxes--State and local.-2. General salaries, office expenses, and miscellaneous, not embraced in

Classes III and IV

Advertising
Injuries to persons.
Stationery and printing-
Rents.
Legal services
Repairs of tunnels..-

Repairs of machinery and tools.
4. Telegraph expenses.
5. Total..

20,308 95

6,733 55 92,662 33 3,763 08 2,507 00 5,887 05 1,678 19

836 91 2,208 52

$154,747 66

Class IIMaintenance of way and buildings, and movement expenses. 1. Repairs of road (exclusive of bridges, new rails, and new ties) 5. Repairs of bridges.6. Repairs of buildings and fixtures (stations and turn-tables) 8. Repairs of fences, road crossings, and signs, 10. Repairs of locomotives

$69,020 50

6,002 21 1,409 65

189 86 9,824 95

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