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14. Fuel for engines and cars :

Number of cords of wood

Number of tons of coal.15. Water and water stations. 16. Fuel for stations and shops. 17. Oil and waste 18. Switchmen, watchmen, flag and signalmen. 19. Total.

Charged where they belong as locomotive, steamer, and ferry service.

$86,439 17

Class IIIPassenger and freight traffic expenses. 1. Repairs of passenger, mail, baggage, and freight cars 3. Damages and gratuities, passengers. 4. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of passenger trains

Salaries, wages, and incidentals of ferries 5. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of passenger stations.. 8. Total.-

Class IV-Freight traffic expenses. 9. Total expenses of operating the road embraced in Classes I, II, III, and IV.

$10,320 05

1,216 06 80,757 52 106,127 81 37,884 74

$236,306 17

$477,493 00

13. Total expenses

$477,493 00

GENERAL BALANCE SHEET AT CLOSING OF ACCOUNTS, DECEMBER 31, 1880.

Debits. Cost of road

-$1,702,600 13 Cost of equipment

801,587 04

$2,504,187 17 Supplies and materials on hand

43,982 39 Cash, cash assets, and other items

14,934 89 Sundry balances.

307,333 14 Profit and loss (loss)

77,185 26

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PROFIT AND Loss ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880.

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DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.
1. Date when the road or portions thereof were opened for public use:

From Dumbarton Point to Los Gatos --
From Los Gatos to Alma..
From Alma to Wright's...

From Wright's to junction at Fulton.
2. Length of main line of road from Dumbarton Point to junction at Felton.

Length of main line in California ---10. Total length of road belonging to this company. 11. Aggregate length of siding and other tracks not enumerated above.---

June 1, 1878. August 1, 1878.

May 1, 1879. May 15, 1880.

49.66

All. 49.66

6

All.

12. Same in California.-
13. Aggregate length of track belonging to this company, computed as single

track..
14. Same in California.--
16. Number of spans of bridges of twenty-five feet and upwards, in California
18. Number of wooden bridges, in California ----
19. Number of crossings of highways at grade, in California---
26. Number of highway crossings at which there are neither electric signals,

gates, nor flagmen, in California --27. Number of railroad crossings at grade:

At Santa Clara, crossing the Southern Pacific Railroad...

55.66 All.

9 9 30

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ROADS BELONGING TO OTHER COMPANIES, OPERATED BY THIS COMPANY UNDER LEASE OR CONTRACT.

30. Name, Description, and Length of each.

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31. Total length of above roads----
32. Total length of above roads in California.--.
34. Total miles of road operated by this company:
36. Total miles of road operated by this company in California.
36. Number of stations on all roads operated by this company.
37. Number of stations on all roads owned by this company
38. Same in California.--
39. Miles of telegraph on line of road operated by this company.
41. Number of telegraph offices in company stations.--
42. Number of telegraph stations operated by this company -
43. Number of telegraph stations operated jointly by railroad and telegraph

companies

3110 All 80.8 All. 34

12 All. 1423

10 23

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ROLLING STOCK.

No. Average Weight.

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1. Locomotives.-

10 Average weight of engines in working order

Maximum weight of engines in working order. 2. Tenders.--

10
Average weight of tenders full of fuel and water
Maximum weight of tenders full of fuel and water.

Average joint weight of engines and tenders.--
3. Length of heaviest engine and tender, froin center of forward truck

wheel of engine to center of rear wheel of tender. - [38.8 feet] 4. Total length of heaviest engine and tender over all. -[46.8 feet) 6. Passenger cars.

33 Maximum weight. 7. Mail and baggage cars.

7 8. Eight-wheel box freight cars-

45 10. Eight-wheel platform cars.

210 12. Other cars and trucks.--

65

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14. Total number of freight cars, including coal, etc., on a basis of eight wheels_ 15. Number of locomotives equipped with brakes—kind of brake :

Westinghouse air 16. Number of cars equipped with train brakes-kind of brake:

Westinghouse air 17. Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and buffer.

40 40

191,881 20 miles. 20 miles.

12 miles. 12 miles.

63,814 330,411 668,011

5,637

5,020 316,648

340,780 9,615,545

13.44 73.30

14.40 119,396 3,670,845 7.20 cents. 0.50 cents.

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC. 1. Miles run by passenger trains. 2. Rate of speed of express passenger trains, including stops 3. Rate of speed of accommodation trains, including stops. 4. Miles run by freight trains. 5. Rate of speed of express freight trains, including stops.. 6. Rate of speed, accommodation freight trains, including stops.. 7. Miles run by other trains, and for what purpose : Mixed

17,466 Switching

9,287 Work

36,061
8. Total train miles run.---
9. Total number of passengers carried.--

Number of through passengers going east (or north).
Number of through passengers going west (or south).
Number of local passengers going east (or north).

Number of local passengers going west (or south) 10. Total passenger mileage, or passengers carried one mile. 11. Passenger mileage to and from other roads :

Average number of miles traveled by each local passenger.
Average number of miles traveled by each through passenger.

Average number of miles traveled by each passenger, through and local
12. Number of tons freight in this State, carried
13. Total freight mileage, or tons carried one mile-
15. Highest rate of fare per mile for any distance (excluding one mile)----
16. Lowest rate of fare per mile for any distance (single fare).
17. Average rate of fare per mile (not including season tickets) received from

local passengers on roads operated by this company---
Average rate of fare per mile received from local passengers on roads

operated by this company, not including ferry or season tickets--19. Average rate of fare per mile for season ticket passengers, reckoning one

round trip per day to each ticket. 20. Average rate of fare per mile for all passengers. 21. Highest rate of freight per ton per mile for any distance22. Lowest rate of freight per ton per mile for any distance 23. Average rate of local freight per ton per mile on roads operated by this

company 25. Average rate of freight per ton per mile for all..

Average rate of freight per ton per mile, products of this State 26. Average number of cars in passenger trains (including baggage cars). 27. Average number of cars in freight trains--basis of eight-wheel.. 28. Average weight of passenger trains, including locomotive and tender, in

working order (exclusive of passengers)29. Average weight of freight trains, including locomotive and tender, in

working order (exclusive of freight),
30. Number of persons regularly employed by company, including officers---

Average monthly pay of employés, other than officers..
Average monthly pay of engine drivers and firemen included.
Average monthly pay of passenger conductors.--
Average monthly pay of freight conductors.-
Average monthly pay of baggage masters..
Average monthly pay of brakemen, flagmen, and switchmen.
Average monthly pay of section men
Average monthly pay of mechanics in shops
Average monthly pay of laborers....

2.45 cents.

3.30 cents.

0.63 cents. 2.03 cents. 15 cents. 3 cents.

8 cents. 8 cents. 8 cents.

5

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78 tons.

140 tons.

300 $100 00

90 00 100 00 100 00 65 00 60 00 45 00 90 00 45 00

Relating to Passengers. 1. Total season ticket passengers (round trip).. 2. Passengers to San Francisco (including season) 3. Passengers from San Francisco (including season). 4. Season ticket passengers to and from San Francisco (one round trip daily).

108,413 291,548 320,568 107,772

List or ACCIDENTS IN CALIFORNIA.

From causes beyond From their own mis- Total on whole road
their own control conduct or careless-
in California.
ness-in California.

operated.

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STATEMENT OF Each ACCIDENT IN CALIFORNIA. March 10—A Chinaman injured by jumping from the train while in motion. May 10--A man was struck by a corner of a tender; slightly injured ; was under influence of liquor.

May 23-Accident to an excursion train; fifteen killed and fifty injured ; cause, derailment caused by expansion.

July 12-An employé, while attempting to jump from the train while in motion, was pulled under the car, mashing one foot badly; liquor the cause.

August 29-A boy twelve years old was struck by the engine while attempting to cross the track; spine injured.

August 30—An employé had his thumb split. September 29-A brakeman had his leg crushed while coupling cars; died twenty-four hours after amputating the limb.

October 11-A man slightly injured while attempting to jump from the train while it was in motion.

December 22—An employé was drowned while on duty as deck-hand; he was missed on the night of the twenty-second, and the following morning his body was found between the fenders and wharf.

42'

TABLE C. LENGTH IN MILES OF ROAD AND TRACKS (SINGLE AND DOUBLE) OWNED BY THE COMPANY.

State, separately, lengths within and without State. Reduce to single track

by adding length of double track.

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