Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1941

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Title:
Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1941
Physical Description:
v. : ; 28-45 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1941
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Freight -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Railroads -- Passenger traffic -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
General Note:
Description based on: Series 1931, no. 1; title from caption.
Citation/Reference:
Picklist IC1ste33

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18538925
lccn - sn 88029180
sobekcm - AA00000182_00010
Classification:
ddc - 385.0973 fU56g
System ID:
AA00000182:00010

Full Text


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

lilllllllIIIIillllliHlllllllllllIIIIIIIIII
3 1262 08855 4331 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

REVENUES OF CLASS I MOTOR CARRIERS OF PROPERTY, BY QUARTERS -/


Freiqht common carrier revenue '**'*'-'*'************' Freiqht contract carrier revenue


I I Other common carrier revenue


---- --- Number of carriers represented


NEW ENGLAND REGION MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION
Imillionsof number of millionsof number of
dollars carrierJ dollars carriers


CENTRAL REGION
millions of number of
dollars carriers


'R tt


Q uarters
lzl3l[4 slsE3
1393 1940


SOUTHERN REGION
millions of number of
dollars carriers


Quarters

1939 1940~


NORTHWESTERN REGION
millions of number of
dollars carriers



45 900


40 800


35 700


30 600


25 500


20 400


IS 30C


10 20C


5 1000O


0 0
Quarters

1939 1940


MID-WESTERN REGION
millions of number of
dollars carried



45- 900


40 o00






30 60C
so Soc


25 50C


20 40C


15 30C


10t ZOC






0 0
Quarters
2l3141 I23
1939 1940


SOUTHWESTERN REGION
millions of number of
dollars carriers



45 S00


40 o00


35 700


30 600


as 500


20 400


I5 30C


10 zoo


5 100



o 0
Quarters
Miaa 14 1940


ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
millions of Ylumberof
dollars carriers



45 900


40 o00


35 700


s0 -00


-as 500






IS


10 00


5 100


0 0
Quarters
112 1314 ll2 13
1939 1940


PACIFIC REGION
millions of number of
dollars carriers



45 300


40


35 700




30s 600

20






20 400
5 100


10






Quar ri
I1213J4 1 2 3
1939 1940


V Data first available for period January, February and March, 1939


UNITED STATES
millions
I I I I I I ll Il I I A I
14 ----




IA






10



I V
9 -.-

V







7 -
7 -


REVENUES AND PASSENGERS OF CLASSIC MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS, BY MONTHS /
Passenger revenue dollars -- Passenqers carried- number

NEW ENGLAND REGION MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION CENTRAL REGION
tmillIons millions millions
1 I I i__ __t i ii i i i ii I I Ii I II II I- I I i i -t II I i I -- II -- -i i-i i i- I- -I I I




0 ./ .3.

JrAMJJA soF JFMA'MJJAoNOJPMANj I I IA5A
0 II II111 111111 II.... I I I ii 2 -

1938 1939 1940 -


NORTHWESTERN REGION


I
mu IIIIns II I I I






0 I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I l l I I I I
JFIAMJJAOND Jj FAMCJJ AS ONDlJF MAJJAS
1938 1939 1940


MID-WESTERN REGION
millions



S I II II IF II II II II IEI II

^, '^ ^^o


JFMJ 19.9 J.S o IMA J '
1938 1939


IAMJJA-1
1940


' Data +irst available by regions January, 1938
Note: Class I motor carriers are those having qross revenues of more than $100,000.


PACIFIC REGION
millions
4. I I l I l 1 I l T I I I ii I I I I I I


3
3------------------------------ -- --


2--------------------------------- -- --






JMJJPAoNOFMAHJJ AsNoI JFMJAMPJAi
1938 1939 1940

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1941-0-24429


1-


Serie s I94
No. I


[__AMJA50NLDjJF MAMPJJ A5OFJ
1338 1959


SOUTHWESTERN REGION
mi 1ons
I I I I I I ] I l I I I I I I I I lII








I



980 J 1 MAMJ JA NO JM 1MJ0JA
1938 1939 194-0


JATS





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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

IIIII111111111ll 1111IIIII IIII | Ill li | II Il I
3 1262 08855 4620 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS




CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES


PULLMAN, MAIL,
AND EXPRESS REVENUES
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 1923-1925 -100)
NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
14 0 11 11 1 I l l l l I II





100 MAIL
s00 -


80 : 3
v 0 pLL AN PU I

O
v I"IF V V
EXPRESS

40





0 I I HI I 1 1 1 1 1 I Il I I I I I I I I I I I 1
1938 1939 1940


S 1938 1939 19 40


COAL AND OIL CONSUMED
(ALL SERVICES) *







TONS OF COAL
7 (MILLIONS) \




(, -- ____


4 __


3 _-----------_
GALLONS OF OIL(HUNDREDMILL N5)





I *__ r7__ _I


FREIGHT TRAINLOAD AND
PERCENT OF CARS LOADED




70
PERCENT LOADED OF
TOTAL FREIGHT CAR-MILES

60

TOTAL CAR-MILES PER TRAIN-MILE



40

NET TON-MILES PER LOADED CAR-MILE
130 .

2.0


IO i



1938 1939 1940

- Excludes caboose car-miles and liqht trains.


AVERAGE
TRAIN SPEED

MILES PER HOUR


45

40
PASSENGER TRAINS WITH LOCOMOTIVES
35

30
MOTOR -CAR TRAINS
25 -----


FREIGHT TRAINS
15



0 II I
5 ------------


1938


1940


OPERATING RATIOS
(PERCENT OF REVENUES)

PERCrNT

90

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

80-
70---------




50

-40 TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES
40

30
ALLMAINTENANCE EXPENSES


10
0


1938


1939


1940


U.S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 41-24420-11111


LJ Based on revenues of Pullman Company.
S* Class I steam railwacs including dass I switching andterminal companies.


Series 1941
No.2


MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES
(BEFORE DEPRECIATION)


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS


4,


3






I (
(o


0 II I I ll I l_ I



MAINTENANCE OF
EQUIPMENT

0--------------- -


0 _
O i


MAINTENANCE OF
WAY AND STRUCTURES
0


0 I__ __ _- _


0JiJL


MILES PER SERVICEABLE
LOCOMOTIVE-DAY (ROAD) **

MILES




250







150


FREIGHT
100



50




1938 193I III III40
1938 1939 1940


PERCENT OF EQUIPMENT
UNSERVICEABLE **

PERCENT

ROAD FREIGHT
LOCOMOTIVES
30 _


15s






15
FREIGHT CARS

10 1 1






0 1 II II I 1 II II1II 1 1 I II II II
1938 1939 1940


7.


1939


1938


1939 -


1940






Tc. AZL 3'94t1


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

I i IIIII 11111II 11I IIIII1111IN ill li 11111 I 1
i1262 08855 4471 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

TRAFFIC AND FINANCES OF CARRIERS BY WATER


TONS OF FREIGHT TRANSPORTED BY WATER,EXCLUDING
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS AT OCEAN, GULFAND GREAT LAKES
PORTS, YEARS 1929-1939
millions of tons of 2,000 pounds


400

350

300
/ /


250 ,PORTS ON ATLANTIC,
GULF AND PACIFIC
200
7 *CONNECTING CHANNELS
150 IS

100

--- PORTS ON GRE AT LAKES
so -- S -- --- -- ----- -- --
50 1 -i


1929 1930 1931 193Z 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940

Source of data:Annual Report of the Chief of Enqineers,
U.S. Army,1940.




LUMBER TONNAGE U.S. INTERCOASTAL THROUGH THE
PANAMA CANAL AND BY CLASSIC STEAM RAILWAYS,
YEARS 1929 -1940
millions of Tons of ,000 pounds


40


--CLASS I
RAILWAYS 2/
30

25 --

20 z

15
I.5 ___

10 ___

5
PANAMA CANAL 2
o It I -+ I---t -~
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
I/ Sourceof data: Statistics of Railways in the U.S. FourthquarteroF
1940 estimated.
J The Panama Canal Record.


RAILWAY AND WATER- BORNE FREIGHT TONNAGE,
YEARS 1929-1939
(RELATIVE FIGURES: 1929=100)
Index numbers

100

90
WATER /
80 __

70 -1 -

60 --
Go V RAILWAY a

40
.I Excludes imports and exports of ocean, qulf
30 and Great Lakes ports and known duplications.
Kz / Based onTons originated on classes 1,1 and
m1 railways.

10

0 [I
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
Source of data: Water-Annual Report of ihe Chief of Enqineers,
U.S.Armq, 1940. Rail -Statistics of Railways in the U.S.,
I.C.C.



TONS OF REVENUE FREIGHT TRANSPORTED
BY FEDERAL BARGE LINES I/,
YEARS 1929-1940
millions of tons of 2,000 pounds


4.0

3.5 -----------------

3.0

2.5 -------------- ---
TONS OF FREIGHT --
2.0

1.5 -- -

1.0

.5

0
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
2/ Mississippi-Warrior Service in 1929.
Source of data: I. C.C. Carriers by Water Selected Financial
and Operating Data from Annual Reports.


FREIGHT TONNAGE TRANSPORTED THROUGH THE PANAMA
CANAL BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC (INCLUDING GULF)
AND PACIFIC COASTS, YEARS 1929-1940
millions of tons of 2,240 pounds

10 -

9
T TOTAL if

7


.- PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC*




3 ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC*



I

0
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
Tonnaqe transported in 1936 and 1937 affected bq strikes of
maritime employees. Sourceof data: The Panama Canal Record.




FEDERAL BARGE LINES I1
OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES,
YEARS 1929-1940
millions of dollars




7

REVENUE
-EXPENSES



4 --------------


S. __ __ __ __ __-------- -- -- -- -






19Z9 1930 1331 1332 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
1/ Mississippi -Warrior Service in 1929.
Source of data: I.C.C. Carriers bq Water- Selected Financial
and Operating Data from Annual Reports.


U.S. INTERCOASTAL TONNAGE (EXCLUDING LUMBER
AND PETROLEUM) THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL,
YEARS 1929-1940
millions of Tonsof 2,240 pounds


4.0

3.5

-3.0 --ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC




2 ..0 *

1.5 -- PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC

1.0__

.5

0
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1994 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940

Source of data: The Panama Canal Record.





TONS OF FREIGHT TRANSPORTED
BY NEW YORK STATE BARGE CANAL SYSTEM,
YEARS 1929-1939
millions of tons of 2,000 pounds




8 --------___-----------




5 ____

TON3 OF FREIGHT--
4-

3 o







1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
Source of data: Annual Report of the Chief of Enqineers,
U.S. Army, 1940.


U S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :941--045429


Series 1941
No.3




1C atl. ; it'


JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT NOV. DEC.


JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.


JAN. FEB. MAR.


APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT.


NOV. DECG


4I


1. 4


ORE
l -- I T MINI | T I. I I I. T 1111 T.I i i l i illit III

70 ___A

S-1940

so .- -

40

30 f -l1



10JAN. FE. M APR. MAY JUNE JULY AU. 5 T. OCT. NO. DEC.


JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. 5EPT OCT. NOV. DEC.


TOTAL


SI -- AT3( I9= -' --
Boo r- __



900









S e I I I II l 'l l llI I l l Il la, l l i l il I I II I I I I,

JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AU. 5EPT. OCT.- NOV. DEC.
U.5 GOVERNMENT PRINTIN OFFlICE:14-1 245429


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

IIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIII08II II INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


CARS OF REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED, BY GROUP5.OF COMMODITY ES, 1937-1S41, AND AVERAGE, 1926- 1930,
BASED ON REPORTS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS
(THOUSANDS OF CARS)


MERCHANDISE L.C.L.

350-- -- --

300 -- --- ----- -- ---- ----- --- --- -- -- --- --
AE930
II I



/ ,'----------------- \--,\
9o
1 1941 1937- 1939
.. ......................... .


I I I I I l l

LoL


Series 1941
No.4




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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

i1111110il il lillillI l l lilllllllllllil I
3 1262 08855 4760

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


FREIGHT REVENUE, PASSENGER REVENUE, AND NET RAILWAY OPERATING INCOME, SELECTED CLASSIRAILWAYS, 19Z9-1940
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 193S-193= tloo)
FREIGHT REVENUE
S s PASSENeER REVENUE
---- NET RAILWAY OPERATION INCOME


* Includes Southem Pocific 5teamship n.es.


I s I6 IIIIsNriiItPI TWM KIarri c ( -muI4- *


Series 1941
No.5


PENNSYLVANIA

INDEX NUMBERS


CHESAPEAKE& OHIO
INDEX NUMBERS


READING
INDEX NUMBERS


300

250

zOO - -

150

100

S50
50


1929 1934 1939


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
INDEX NUMBERS


300

250

IZO
200 19-- -


150 .


0


1929 1934 19S


SOUTHERN
INDEX NUMBERS


NORFOLK & WESTERN

INDEX NUMBERS


300

250

200

50




00
50 -


1929 1934 1939


CHICAGO &NORTH WESTERN


CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE,ST.PAUL&PACIFIC
INDEX NUMBERS





zso
I
too




250

00


19 -7 1934 1|39


GREAT NORTHERN
INDEX NUMBERS


MISSOURI PACIFIC
INDEX NUMBERS


I





c- / 1 :9-f )


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1 262 0885lill5 4752ll
3 1262 08855 4752


FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
(OTHER THAN COMMUTATION)
TRAFFIC AND REVENUES
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 19ZS-19Z5,100)
ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
,,IIIII I, ,,I,,,l,,i ,, IIII,11, ,
IO -


120-- -- -

100 __- FREIGHT
TON-MIU-S-5
SO U FREIrH
ao I .J REVENUE-

-10 APAV5N R
60 .

50
PA55ENGER
401 REVENU -- -- -


30 _ _- _
101

10 _. ,. ..

1939 1940 1941 II II I I II
1939 1940 1941


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES

MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES PASSENGER CAR AND
(BEFORE DEPRECIATION) TRAIN OCCUPANCY

MILLIONS OF DOLLARS NUMBER
, i ..... '"I"" I"s II" ,I"



MAINTENANCE I
55 S i I --

50 IA0I 5 1 1 PA5ENGR-MILES

4 5 4-----

40 O ,4 0



WAY AND STRUCTURES
50 0 5 -2---------

PA55ENGER-MILES
PER CAR-MILE

05 10- -I-

5 s
0 II II II II II II II II II II I1 II 0 LI 11 11
1939 1940 1941 1939 1940 1941


MILES PER SERVICEABLE-
LOCOMOTIVE-DAY (ROAD) *"
MILES
140








IGO






100

80 - - _- -

eO 0


40

20 _

0 II 1940 1941 II
1939 1940 1941


.1


PERCENT OF EQUIPMENT
UNSERVICEABLE **
PERCENT


55 -I i ii I ii-ii -- --
GO






45

40 : -

35

30

SL MOTIVES




? 5 1 --

10 FREIGHT CAR5 -



0 LL -LL 9 I 11 4 0 19 11 '11
1939 1940 1941


AVERAGE COST OF COAL PER NET
TON AND OIL PER. BARREL AT
POINT OF PURCHASE
DOLLARS


a.ns---------------------------- -

Z.SO ,5 ,








1.50




1.00 OIL
PER BARREL
.75 -

.50 --------

.25


1939 1940 1941


V Based on berth and seat revenues OF Pullman Company.
* Excludes caboose car-miles and lijht trains.
* Class I steam railways including class Iswitching and terminal companies.


PULLMAN, MAIL,
AND EXPRESS REVENUES
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 1923- 1925=100)
NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
I4 0 II II II II11 111 11 I I I i
140 F0
130 I

i.0 I- -

110 MAIL

100


80 -
PULLMAN I/
-70


50 EXPRESS



04-30 194




0 I I I I I I I I I I I I I
1939 1940 1941


Series 194-1
No.6


FREIGHT TRAINLOAD
AND
PERCENT OF CARS LOADED


-L


I


a




TT Clco~p.33: P'1,7


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1 262Il 1111 ilillI l II I I 11 I I1 illD 11 1 IN I
3 1262 08855 4612


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


PASSENGER -RAFFIC AND REVENUES BY


TYPES OF SERVICE, BY MONTHS, 1937-1941


MILLIONS OF
PASSENOER-MILE5


1600

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

0


PASSENGER-MILES


MILLIONS OF
PASSE NGER- MILES
I r- An S


- -- -


- zizt~ -- -- -
RAIL: COACH*


A---_ _




RAIL: SLEEPING
AND PARLOR CAR


AIR LINE*
.- ,'11 i L ,i ,L ,


1937


1938


1939


1940


1941


I O W

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200


MILES MILES PER PASSENGER PER COMPANY MILE
G70 I I I I, I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I


600 ---------------------600
RAIL'. SLEEPING AND PARLOR W GO
CAR PULLMAN I \L / \ '
-------------- 500





300 500


zoo - -- - -- - oo


100 100


O I I I I I 11 1 1 I I I I 0
198 RAIL- COACH 19 10


1937 1938 1939 1940 1941


MILLIC
DOLLAR
32
30
2.6

24
22
20
18
16




8
1


4
2
0


)NS OF
%RS


PASSENGER REVENUES


MILLION
DOLLAR


, r' "l "' "I "" "I I -


RAIL- SLEEPING
AND PARLOR CAR
(INCLUDING PULLMAN
CHARGES) I A ~




i --LRAIL-
COACH




AIR LINEI


41


19


1939


1938


937


I I I


1940


Excludes commutation, but not othersuburban.
- 4 Source: Civil Aeronautics Societq .


U. S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1941-0-200891


&,


CENTS REVENUE PER PASSENGER PER MILE CENTS
7 7
7 I I 1 i i I I I II 1 I fI I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I 1 7




5 'T_ -- -- --V ---A-- IRL,-S-- lv--



4 4
RAIL: SLEEPING AND PARLOR
CARS (INCLUDING PULLMAN
C HAR-G ES-J--)'^- -- -- -- 9-


2 ___ RAIL. COACH *- 2


I 0I ----


1937 1938 19 I I II I I 940
1937 1938 1989 1940 194 1


N5 OF
4RS
32
30
28
26
24

20
18
1 -
14
12
10
8
6
4

0


Series 1941
No. 7


I1





TCI 'a 5'. q 4 1 V


INVESTMENT IN CARRIER PROPERTY AND PIPE LINE OPERATING INCOME OF
COMPANIES REPORTING TO THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION,
MIL.O PNS OF DOLLARS 1921 1940 NUMBER OF REPORnIN C0'
900 DUTGO C0O
soo so----- ----- 9o


INVESTMENT IN CARRIER ...
PROPERTY (BEFORE LI O I o




700 --- DE DUCTTINT D TNEPR ATIOECIAIO N)-
600 __- -60

500: ImIR OF 1 50
~?r *1 REPORTINGC OuPANries
S.-,!(SCALE --




401901 191 9.--------30 1 40
INVESTMENT IN CARRIER PROPERTY T
S (AFTER DEcUCAVNG DEP CITATION) *0


too_ I_---- M .===,- ^=.to
..-*-* pIPeZ LINEOPERAT Na INCOME





RATE OF RETURN ON INVESTMENT AND RATIO OF ACCRUED DEPRECIATION TO
INVESTMENT, OIL PIPE LINES REPORTINGTOTHE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION,
1921- 1940
PERCENT PERCENT


1925


194


60

50

40

40



I0



40


TREND IN THE OJl PIPE LINE INDUSTRY


PRODUCTION AND RAIL TRAFFIC IN CRUDE OiL,
1928--1940
BARREL5 OF OIL 198-;940 PERCENT




TOTAL PRODUCTION





S0 O- 1930 192 MILLI 4 19OF 3 1 19*0
6 0 ____ ____ ____ -- -- -- r ---- --- --- --- --- ---
PERCBNT BY RAIL
0 C A"' (cUE AT RIGHT)-- 4
ORIGINATED BY AIL,
(MILLION30a Z'


1928 1930 19s 3 1934 1936 IS3 13940


MILES OF LINE OPERATED BY CARRIERS BY PIPE LINE (CRUDE AND REFINED OIL)
REPORTING TO THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, -
1921 -1940


I9 Several companies transport both crude and refined oil. Revenues of thse are not reported sepoaratly for cude aod refined:oil. rnihs segreqalton, he revenue of each componr. are asiqgned.accordinq to the preponderant nature of Its traffic.
2/ Excludes transportation revenues of pipe ine companies where the preponderance of oil traffic consists of- crude oil. / Excludes transportation revenues of pipe line companies. where the preponderance of Trffic consists of refined oil.
i4 In 1940 general officers and general office employees constituted 10.43 percent of the total number of employees, aod 13.50 percent of the total compensation. / Source of, dota' Bureau of Mines.
SU. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1941-0-20089I


PRODUCTION. AND RAIL TONNAGE OF REFINED PETROLEUM,
1928 1940
INDEX NUMBERS RELATIVEE FIGURES. 192B-100) INDEX NUMBERS

140 I I I o140
PRODUCTION -

1001 o o100
-RAIL TONS TERMINATED
80 s 60

0 0
6 I I I1 I ..w 1 0I

198 S1930 1332 1934 1936 1938 1940


REVENUE FROM TRANSPORTATION OF REFINED OIL BY
MLLION OFDO.LARS PIPE LINE AND BY RAIL, 1928-1940
0 s SO 75 100 5 IS ISO ITS178 ZOO S L SO.80
l io. I so oo ,s i t i o L Bo
1929
1930


S1933
193*
1935.

1938 ---

1939




REVENUE FROM TRANSPORTATION OF CRUDE OIL BY PIPE LINE A/
AND BY RAIL, 1928-1940
INDEX NUMBERS (.PEATIVE FIlURES, 1928 100) INDEXNUMBERS



0. -" I i _'" ,*, -I I '_ I ". __.6. 0
100 to- 40


o1. 1 ~ "1- 1 I p I r I /I o
0 ____ o












4.0 24.7
1926 1930 1934 1936 1938 1940


RECEIPTS OF CRUDE PETROLEUM AT REFINERIES IN THE UN.1TED
STATES BY METHODS OF TRANSPORTATION, 1940




INTERSTATE
64.Z%


PIPE LINES INTRASTATE

TANK CAR
ANDTRUCK
INTERSTATE 9/
?6.6/


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .

Illlll Illlllliilllllll I ESTATE OO EROE COMMISSION
3 1262 08855 4745 ".
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


RATIO OF ACCRUED
DEPRECIATIONTO INVESTMENT


RATE OP RETURN ON INVESTMENT
AFTER DEDUCTING DEPRECIATION

9 --- -_**** "h


RATE OF RETURN ONINV M
BEFORE Diu TNG DPRECIATION


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MANUFACTURES AND MISCELLANEOUS

TONS ORIGINATED EXCEED TERMINATED
TONS TERMINATED EXCEED ORIGINATED


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CARLOAD FREIGHT TRAFFIC OF CLASS I STEAM ALWAYS BY GEOGRAPHIC AREAS'J
CALENDAR YEAR 1940


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


PASSENGER TRAFFIC* ON CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, BY DISTRICTS, JULY, 1936-JUNE, 1941
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No.1l


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CARS OF REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED, BY GROUP OF COMMODITIES, 1937-1941, AND AVERAGE, 1926-1930,
BASED ON REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS
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