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

30. Names, 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
35. 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
43. Number of telegraph stations operated jointly by railroad and telegraph

companies

34 miles. 34 miles.

911 All.

39 37 All.

14

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1. Locomotives

Average weight of engines in working order2. Tenders --

Average 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 for-

ward truck wheel of engine to center of rear wheel of
tender

[38 feet] 4. Total length of heaviest engine and tender over all -- [42 feet] 6. Passenger cars

Average weight. 7. Mail and baggage cars. 8. Eight-wheel box freight cars 10. Eight-wheel platform cars12. Other cars

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13. Total market value.-

$215,500

300

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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 train 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.

16 16

145,502 15 miles. 10 miles.

79,648. 10 miles.

15,145 240,295 408,345 202,770

205,579 No statistics. . No statistics. No statistics. No statistics. 45,8331858

All No statistics.

No statistics. No statistics. 8.50 cents.

33 cents.

No statistics.

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.. 6. Rate of speed, accommodation freight trains, including stops. 7. Miles run by other trains, and for what purpose-8. Total train miles run.--9. Total number of passengers carried ---

Number of local passengers going north

Number of local passengers going south..
10. Total passenger mileage, or passengers carried one mile-

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 carried (not including gravel).

Number of tons freight in this State, carried.--
Number of tons freight produced in this State, carried
Number of tons of each class of freight produced 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 distance 22. 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.

Average rate of freight per ton per mire, products of other States.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.--
Average monthly pay of passenger conductors.
Average monthly pay of freight conductors -
Average monthly pay of baggagemasters---
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.--

No statistics.

focents. No statistics. 463 cents. 34 cents.

No statistics.
No statistics.
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104,000

226,000

271 $37 00 100 00 90 00 85 00 60 00 60 00 70 00 90 00 24 00

Relating to Passengers. 1. Total season ticket passengers (round trip):

See answer to Number 4.

Commutations sold only between San Rafael and San Francisco. 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).

189,357 175,249 114,300

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12. TABLE A. FUNDED DEBT.

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

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TADLE C.

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

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TABLE D. GRANTS OR DONATIONS, IN BONDS OR MONEY, FROM STATES, COUNTIES, Towns, CORPO

RATIONS, OR INDIVIDUALS, NOT REPAYABLE BY COMPANY.

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County

May 5, 1876 - May 5, 1896 -- Marin County -- Semi-annually

-7 per cent

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ss.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA,

City and County of San Francisco. ) David Nye, General Superintendent of the North Pacific Coast Railroad Company, being duly sworn, deposes and says, 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 he, the deponent, has carefully examined the same, and that as now furnished by him to the Board of Railroad Commissioners, they are, in all respects, just, correct, complete, and true, to the best of his knowledge, and, as he verily believes, the same contain a true and full exhibit of the condition and affairs of said company on the thirty-first day of December, 1881.

DAVID NYE, General Superintendent.

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

EDWARD CHATTIN,

Notary Public.

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP RAILROAD COMPANY.

No report made by this company for the year ending December 31, 1881. 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 LUIS OBISPO AND SANTA MARIA VALLEY RAILROAD

COMPANY

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS :
John Rosenfeld, President
Charles Goodall, Vice-President and Managing Director.
W. H. Knight, Secretary and Treasurer.

San Francisco. _San Francisco. San Francisco.

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