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

December 31, 1881— Within the State.

The length of rail is double the length of single track, column (b) above.

Length in

Miles.

Average Weight per Mile (Tons).

Total Weight

(Tons).

Length of iron rail..

36.7466

39.2857

1,443.6159

SS.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA,

City and County of San Francisco.} Charles Crocker, President of the Los Angeles and Independence Railroad Company, and F.S. Douty, Secretary of the said company, being duly sworn, depose and say that the statements, tables, and answers contained in the foregoing twenty-six 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, 1881.

CHARLES CROCKER, President.
F. S. DOUTY, Secretary.

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this twenty-fourth day of February, 1882.

CHARLES J. TORBERT, Notary Public in and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of California.

LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO RAILROAD COMPANY.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
Charles F. Crocker, President.
N. T. Smith, Treasurer...
J. L. Willcutt, Secretary-
George E. Gray, Chief Engineer
A. N. Towne, Superintendent.--
Leland Stanford
E. H. Miller, Jr.

San Francisco.
San Francisco.

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

BUSINESS ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY: Los Angeles and San Diego Railroad Company..

..San Francisco, California. The Los Angeles and San Diego Railroad Company was incorporated October 10, 1876.

CAPITAL STOCK.

1. Capital stock authorized by charter..
3. Capital stock issued [number of shares, 5,708]; amount paid in.
5. Total amount paid in as per books of the company.
8. Par value of shares issued
9. Total number of stockholders
10. Number of stockholders in California.-
11. Amount of stock held in California

$5,600,000 00

570,800 00 570,800 00

100 00

8

569,800 00

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

Construction. 1. Grading and masonry 2. Bridging --3. Superstructure, including rails. 4. Land

$1,097,495 77 Land damages.

Fences 5. Passenger and freight stations and water stations.

14,994 43 6. Engine houses and car sheds (included in track)

1,000 00

11. Total cost of construction

$1,113,490 20

PROPERTY PURCHASED, ETC. 27. Whole amount of permanent investments 28. Property in California 30. Cash and cash assets.-31. Total property and assets of the company

$1,113,490 20 1,113,490 20

18,518 69 1,113,070 89

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EXPENDITURES CHARGED TO PROPERTY ACCOUNT DURING THE YEAR. 1. Grading and masonry 2. Bridging 3. Superstructure, including rails 4. Land

Land damages.

Fences 5. Pasenger and freight stations and water stations.20. Net addition to property account for the year.-

$626 54

63 36

$690 20

REVENUE FOR THE YEAR.

Operated by the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and included in its report.

EXPENSES FOR OPERATING THE ROAD FOR THE YEAR.

Operated by the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and included in its report.

NET INCOME, DIVIDENDS, ETC. 1. Total net income 4. Interest accrued during the year :

On funded debt.

$5,270 89

33,360 00

7. Balance for the year (deficit) --8. Surplus at commencement of the year 10. Total surplus December 31, 1881

$151 06 5,421 95

$5,270 89

EARNINGS, EXPENSES, NET EARNINGS, ETC., OF PASSENGER DEPARTMENT. Operated by the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and included in its report.

RECEIPTS, EXPENSES, NET EARNINGS, ETC., OF FREIGHT DEPARTMENT. Operated by the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and included in its report.

GENERAL BALANCE SHEET AT CLOSING OF Accounts, DECEMBER 31, 1881.

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PROFIT AND Loss ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1881.

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27.82 miles. 27.82 miles. 27.82 miles. 2.39 miles. 2.39 miles.

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD. (See previous report. ) 2. Length of main line of road from Florence to Santa Ana

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 above12. Same in California.-13. Aggregate length of track belonging to this company computed as single

track 14. Same 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 --37. Number of stations on all roads owned by this company 38. Same in California.---40. Miles of telegraph owned by this company 41. Number of telegraph offices in company stations.. 43. Number of telegraph stations operated jointly by railroad and telegraph

companies

30.21 miles. 30.21 miles.

37

37 7

7 27.82

4

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.
Operated by the Central Pacific Railroad, and included in its report.

LIST OF ACCIDENTS IN CALIFORNIA.

If any, reported by the Central Pacific Railroad Company.

TABLE A. FUNDED DEBT.

To include all Bonds payable by the Company, except United States Government Bonds.

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First mortgage

July 1, 1880- July 1, 1900- Gold coin. 6 per cent.. January and July - $2,800,000 00 $556,000 00

$33,360 00

$556,000 00

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