Selected income and balance-sheet items of class I railroads in the United States - 1963

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Selected income and balance-sheet items of class I railroads in the United States - 1963
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1963
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quarterly[1962-]
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Dec. 1956-
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Vol. for Dec. 1956-4th quarter, 1964 issued by the Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics, Interstate Commerce Commission; 1st quarter, 1965- issued by the Bureau of Accounts, Interstate Commerce Commission.
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"Compiled from ... reports (Form IBS) representing ... railroads (switching and terminal companies not included)" (varies slightly).
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Selected income and balance-sheet items of class I steam railways in the United States

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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....... P I... ... .. .. .Statement No. M-125
Subject to revI BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS FIRST QUARTER,196:


UNIV. OF. FL LW. SELECTED INCOME AND BALANCE-SHEET ITEMS OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES

Compiled from 102 reports (Form IB8) representing 104 railroads
\(SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES NOT INCLUDED)




U.S. DEPOTom Y come UNITED STATES EASTERN DISTRICT POCAHONTAS REGION
For the First Quarter or For the First Qarter of For the First Quarter of 196r

SQ63 1962 1963 1962 1963 1;62 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962


Net railway operating Income ..................
Other income ..................................
Total Income .............................

Miscellaneous deductions from income ..........
Income available for fixed charges .......
Fixed charges:
6-01. Rent for leased roads and equipment ...
6-02. Interest deductions / ................
6-0. Amortization of discount on funded debt
6-. Total fixed charges
Income after fixed charges ...............
Other Deductions ...............................
Net income

Depreciation (Way and structures and Equipment)
Federal income taxes .........................

Dividend appropriations:
12-01. On common stock ......................
12-02. On preferred stock ..................

Ratio of income to fixed charges (Item 5+6-04).


77 626 469
11 811 413
2.00


76 773 730
11 824 915
1.88


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19 590 058

5 863 825
13 726 233

8 567 146
32 026 558
257 217
40 850 921
a 27 124 688
1 194 069
a 28 318 757
50 683 896
2 349 693


5 126 185
1 814 790

0.34


$12 231 523
22 581 779
34 813 302

5 122 744
29 690 558

8 916 983
32 536 442
272 211
41 725 636
a 12 035 078
I-199 009
13 274 OR7
51 188 016
4 915 164


4 893 220
1 768 635

0.71


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$25 034 062
3 609 034
28 643 096

998 097
27 64 999

39 333
5 746 647
68 395
5 854 375
21 790 624
403 154
21 387 470

13 819 013
7 601 500

18 705 990
172 803

4.72


$24 495 105
2 706 903
27 204 008

1 007 444
26 196 564
48 663
5 52 978
66 562
5 678 203
20 518 361
403 154
20 115 207

13 457 827
11 299 100

16 009 097
231 461

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EASTERN DISTRICT
INCLUDING SOUTHERN REGION WESTERN DISTRICT
Income Items POCAHONTAS REGION
For the First Qut Qua of For the First Quarter of For the First Quarter of
1963 1962 1963 1962 l1o6 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962


Net railway operating income ..................
Other income ..................................
Total income ..............................

Miscellaneous deductions from income ..........
Income available for fixed charges .......
Fixed charges:
6-01. Rent for leased roads and equipment ...
6-02. Interest deductions j/ ...............
6-03. Amortization of discount on funded debt
6-04. Total fixed charges ..............
Income after fixed charges ...............
Other Deductions .............................
Net income ..............................

Depreciation (Way and structures and Equipment)
Federal income taxes ...............................

Dividend appropriations:
12-01. On common stock .....................
12-02. On preferred stock ...................

Ratio of income to fixed charges (Item 5+6-04).


$21 866 520
26 366 634
48 233 154

6 861 922
41 371 232

8 606 479
37 773 205
325 612
46 705 296
d 5 334 064
1 597 223
d 6 931 287

64 502 909
9 951 193

23 832 175
1 987 593
0.89


$36 726 628
25 290 682
62 017 310

6 130 188
55 887 122

8 965 646
38 099 420
338 773
47 403 839
8 483 283
1 602 163
6 881 120

64 645 843
16 214 264

20 902 317
2 000 096
1.18


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662 195
627 546
289 741

415 572
874 169
487 466
368 906
159 219
015 591
858 578
983 516
875 062

967 490
543 290


11 773 345
2 383 146

2.52


$29 628 688
6 99 765
36 228 653

2 130 155
34 098 496

2 384 093
11 917 967
143 074
14 445 134
19 653 364
984 615
18 668 749

24 069 757
13 932 547

11 74*3 781
2 384 147

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$70 864 844
41 203 110
112 067 954

7 882 201
104 185 753

365 325
29 096 912
337 749
29 799 986
74 385 767
7 790 778
66 594 989

75 013 929
19 530 543

42 020 949
7 440 674
3.50


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Selected Expenditure and Asset Items


17. Expenditures (groes) for additions and betterments-Road ...
18. Expenditures (gross) for additions and betterments-Equipment
19. Investment in stocks, bonds, etc., other than those of
affiliated companies (Total, Account 722) ...............
20. Other deferred charges ....................................


Cash ................... ......................... ....
Temporary cash investments ........................... ........
Special deposits ................................****** ..*
Loans and notes receivable ................................
Traffic and oar-service balances--Dr. ....................
Net balance receivable from agents and conductors .........
Miscellaneous accounts receivable ............................
Interest and dividends receivable .............................
Accrued accounts receivable ..............................
Working fund advances .....................................
Prepayments .............................................
Material and supplies .....................................
Other current asetse .................. ........ ..........
Total current assets (Items 21 to 33) ...


UNITED STATES

Balance at the end of March


Selected Liability Items


UNITED STATES

Balance at the end of March


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$42,798,164
162,499,973
335,763,821
142,548,931


423,223,547
1,101,976,386
63,132,430
1,908,318
56,599,126
204,778,161
248,112,455
17,791,754
322,747,790
7,205,298
12,906,225
480,484,311
27,328,486

2,968,194,287


$47,825,130
104,516,078
370,436,845
139,218,057


442,154,160
1,039,322,774
71,176,129
3,809,846
56,515,421
195,625,173
253,798,024
13,174,152
298,417,935
7,428,655
14,467,500
502,809,321
19,149,672
2,917,848,762


40. Funded debt maturing within 1 year 2/ ..........


41. Loans and notes payable ...................
42. Traffic and car-service balances-Cr. ..........
43. Audited accounts and wages payable ..........
Miscellaneous accounts payable ................
45. Interest matured unpaid ........................
46. Dividends matured unpaid ......................
47. Unmatured interest accrued .....................
48. Unmatured dividends declared ...................
49. Accrued accounts payable ......................
50. Federal income taxes accrued ...................
51. Other taxes accrued ............................
52. Other current liabilities ......................

53. Total current liabilities (Items 41 to 52)

54. Analysis of taxes accrued:
54-01. 0. 8. Government taxes ...............
54-02. Other than U. 8. Government taxes .....
55- Other deferred credits .........................


$460,802,177


21,249,542
95,499,966
280,270,729
141,840,264
52,472,826
21,833,356
77,743,155
23,506,289
669,985,565
160,343,968
262,602,550
118,862,741

1,926,210,951


17,388,532
89,738,523
272,046,169
158,766,955
57,4t4,o07
19,288,411
79,219,235
23,719,489
628,654,156
230,740,463
268,811,234
109,229,852

1,955,067,046


217,633,058
205,313,461
163,344,329


$416,728,323


286,786,990
212,764,707
144 ,318,167


$50 689 636
39 154 273
89 843 909

7 179 980
82 663 929

402 543
29 296 332
340 665
30 039 540
52 624 339
7 682 873
44 941 516

72 040 758
33 449 556

44 127 632
7 440 672
2.75


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ANALYSIS OF NET INCOME--ALL CLASS I RAILROADS*


Period


First qtr. 1963

First qtr. 1962


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Reports showing
Net Income


Number Amount


$130,983,448

109,312,585


Reports showing
Net Defioit


Number Amount


$49,444,684

38,821,200


SExcludes 2 roads whose net income (or deficit) was absorbed
by the controlling company.


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d Decrease, deficit, or other reverse item.
I/ Represents accruals, Including the amount in default.


/ Includes payments of principal of long-term debt (other
than long-term debt in default) which becomes due
within one year after close of month of report.
2/ Includes obligations which mature not more than one year
after date of issue.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


SELECTED INCOME ITEMS BY REGIONS AND DISTRICTS, CLASS I RAILROADS
FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1963 AND 1962


NET RAIIMtY OPERATING NET INCOME FEDERAL INCO ME IR IND NET RAILWAY OPERATING NET INCOME FEDERAL INCOME DIVIDNiD
Region and railway INCOME TAXES APPROPRIATIONS Region and railway INCOME TAXES APPROPRIATIONS
1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962

United States Total ............ $125.393.559 $117,045,152 $81,538,764 $70,491,385 $34,025,026 $63,596,367 $89,437,882 $88.598,645 Southern Region Continued
Eastern District Total ......... d 3.167.542 12,231,523 d 28.318.757 d 13 4087 2,349,693 4,915,164 6,940.975 6.661,855 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific $967,932 $1,206,976 $248,350 $563.347 -
_linchfield ........................... 1,406,390 1,609,214 $161,472 $161,746
Eastern District Incl. Pocahontas Florida East Coast .................... d 544029 305,828 d 104 7 d 201.061 -
Region Total ................. 21,866,520 36,726.628 d 6.931.287 6,881,120 9,951.193 16,214,264 25,819,768 22,902,413 Georgia R. R. Lessee Organiation ... 39,636 10,901 -
Georgia & Florida.................... 120791 698 d 176.812 16
New England Region Total ........ d 2.243.544 d 1.658.868 d 6.005.969 d 5.199.904 121,704 360,515 185,965 139,811 Georgia Southern and Florida .......... d 239.268 d 98620 5906 d 158075 -
Gulf, Mobile and Ohio ................. 1,728,256 1,328,972 1,071,186 657,075- 388,400 $579.020 $465,366
Bangor and Aroostook ............. 396,510 314,124 151.393 107,226 156,789 35.961 35,962 Illinois Central ...................... 4,677,303 3,227,519 3,834,701 2,259,029 30,000 1,539.969 1.571,887 1.567,175
Boston and Maine ................. d 332.888 384,838 d 1.705.901 d 1.103.056 42,905 2,251 Louisville and Nashville ................ 6,497,981 5,281,608 4,273,565 3219,183 d 332268 2,940,000 1,837728 1,836,172
Canadian Pacific Lines in Kaine ... 653,140 708,239 New Orleans and Northeastern .......... 95,242 196,045 55,003 132,456 -
Central Vermont Railway, Inc .... 68,212 172,255 d 520.771 d 6726 Norfolk Southern Railway ............... 42837 34,385 d 97 d 21032 -
Maine Central ..................... 203,995 376,015 18,931 62,501 135,000 150,004 103,849 Piedmont and Northern ................. 126,347 177,424 157,472 207,101 173,958 211,062 -
New York Connecting .............. 55,978 234.933 d 79,939 98,717 Savannah & Atlanta .................... 217,391 108,676 198,626 98,312 129,990 8,859 8,859
ew York, New Haven & Hartford *.. d 3.288.491 d 3.849272 d 3.869.682 d 4.098.032 78,799 66,475 Seaboard Air Line ..................... 4,480,814 3,743,728 3.680.652 3,065,759 1,740,000 2.195.000 1,938,480 1,936,643
Southern .............................. 8,797,360 8,734,955 6,406,560 6.083,172 2,042,000 4,254,000 6,888,666 6,898.291
Tennesse Central ...................d 20,843 d 132.125 d 36651 -
Great Lakes Region Total ........ d 2.383,835 6,065,790 d 12.306.379 d 4.38.352 d 17.284 2,053,359 5,443,170 5,478,189 Western Railway of Alabama ............ 27,855 18.485 35,645 18,402 30266 -

Ann Arbor ......................... d 173.000 69.016 d 227.873 12,872 -
Delaware and Hudson............... 714,37 721722 510912 495,052 131,206 628,821 Western District Total ............. 70,864,844 50,689,636 66,594,989 44,941.516 19,530,543 33,449.556 49,461.623 51.568.304
Detroit and Toledo Shore Line ..... 189,026 140,052 163,485 122,321 79,700 132,515 60,000 60,000
Erie-Lackawsana .................. d 5.137.874 d 3.091.138 d 6.674.529 d 4.952.838 -
Grand Trunk Western .............. d 380299 d 12 195083 Northwestern on Total .......... 1,939,693 57 d 82924 1.742.126 270,868 367.067 11,697,209 15,591.185
Lehigh and Hudson River .......... 46,391 28,101 53,532 33,556 61,342 42,919
Lehigh Valley................. d 90320 d 47742 d 1384410 899.77 Chicago and Northwestern .............. d 2.275.307 d 1.465.811 d 42 -
Monongahela Railway Company ....... d 29.021 25,086 134778 d 79065 ChicagoGreatWestern................ 572.034 324,181 406,069 178,014 50,000 210,000 228,817 328,559
New York Central ..................d 4.304.676 1,522.359 d 7.87122 2.388.074 d 299555 d Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Paclfi 207,890 d 53 d 2.1 2.593,260 2.593,260
New York, Chicago and St. Louis ... 3,401,198 3,255,072 2,057,536 2,127.898 d 404.00 800,00 2,089,647 2.089,047 Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range ........d 3.720.651 d 32 d 70 W ).0 166 80591 -
New York, Susquehanna and Western d 86681 d 37.109 d 116.642 55.328 Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific .......... .277,082 20,378 162,841 d 92,597
Pittsburgh and Lake Erie .......... 2,126,227 2095,875 1,955,939 1,670,375 414.023 823,601 996,609 1,032,228 Great Northern ......................... 2,454 784 1.527,132 2,832,977 1,867,917 4557783 9,114,246
Pittsburgh & West Virginia ........ d 120414 112,247 d 221.221 9.339 Green Bay and Western ................. 74.782 48,088 19.023 66.434 66,868 53717 125,000 125,000
Wabash ............................ 2,274051 2,199,400 1,723,505 1,470,955 2,296,914 2,296,914 Lake Superior & Ishpemng ............ d 4. 4. 85,680 85,680
Minneapolis. Northfield and Southern .. 96,407 45,264 107,569 55,359 99,000 61,350 45,972 46,000
_Northern Pacific ...................... 1,181,711 1376610 2,925.716 d 5881 3,301,151 3,298,440
Central Eastern Region Total ... 1,459,837 7,824,601 d 10.006.409 d 3.650.831 2.245,273 2,501.290 1,311,840 1,043,855 Spk Line. ........................... 1. 538,278 d 768.2 d9 d 2272470386 550 42000759,546
Spokane International.................. 147.756 129,807 227,066 209,193 55,000 42,000 -
Spokane, Portland Seattle ........... 816,282 232,888 319,478 -
Akron, Canton & Youngstown ....... 53,870 113,429 20,045 100,011 18,643 116,732 38,681 Spokane, Portland & Seattle...... -
Baltimore and Ohio ................ 1,832,234 d 1,158781 d 676,438 3.0 272 50.550 49.943 ntral esternReion- Total........ 48,449763 40,243,226 55783.997 46699,134 15130908 25,627,351 32549,943 30,178,038
Besemer and ake Erie ............ 443,327 376278 609348 526,27 732524 551,804 149988 149988 Central Western Rion Total ........ ,4497635578399715,130908
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ... d 576.886 d 651.061 d .354827 d 1.680.981 1,875 669 -
Chicago and Eastern loia ...... d 7.765 167189 d 8 121,080 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe I/....... 13376,311 7,940,808 13172,785 7,352,335 2.023,000 231951 7303389 730002
Chicago & Illinois Midland Ry. Co. 199,594 248,309 210,585 248,577 130,247 223,557 Chicago, urlington & Quincy .......... 3.881287 3,768,23 2957,192 2,874,046 d 212,415 2,166,500 2,562,581 2.562,581
Detroit, Toledo and Ironton ....... 1,255,233 1,232,902 1165,926 1,134,271 613,332 306,666 Chicago, Rock Island andPacific ...... 1,214,707 1,777.513 747,873 832,919 189,00729,178 116858
Elgin, Joliet and Eastern ......... 862,604 382,515 1,015,522 578,564 839,434 416.886 -- Colorado and Southern ................. 321.952 212,247 279,080 154,25 31,202 -
Illinois Terminal Railroad Co.... d 50.874 d 76.269 d 109388 d 143.108 Colorado & Wyoming ....................... 80,651 270,271 80,613 270,288 89,600 295.200 220,000 220.000
Ln Island Rail Road Compan ... d 250i.3 287,256 d 9 3 187,018 Denver andRio r western .......... 2,914,148 2.536,634 2,268,069 1,904,861 1,263,300 1,870,600 1603,567 1,597.487
ssouri-Illinos................. 313 175,826 303,032 210,213 62,000 26,000 Fort Worth and Denver ................. 140.8 d 1 5 d 2 d 3353 d 227.667 -
Monon ............................. 237,956 84,695 85,942 d 7.233 Northwestern Pacific .................. 164,331 214,587 201,526 247,636 186,533 226,154 -
Pennsylania ..................... d 2.45.086 4,675,088 d 794586 1.401.912 234,000 276,000 -- Pacific Electric ...................... d 911 361,43 448,188 214,142 188,935
Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines d 1.264.038 d 1.214.162 d 1.481638 d 1.436.712 -- San Diego & Arizona Eastern ........... 144,17 128.903 176,025 150,171 161,330 137,649 -0
Reading Company ................... 27.521 1,482,350 d 1.768.560 201,956 108,000 107,699 Southern Pacific .................... 15,747,04 13,388778 15756969 13275877 29 957 5,716822,0 8
Staten Island Rapid Transit ......d 238.608 d 174543 160939 d 107.155 Toledo, Peoria western .............. 68,434 13,988 170663 136743 169000 135000 871963 8.719633
Western Maryland 17...5.......... I,4 512 1,873,580 695,940 1,161,985 68,000 512,000 548,520 548,520 Onion Pacific Company & Leased Lines .. 8,778,681 8,824,930 18,042,998 18,112,063 7,700,000 7,900,000 8.719,633 8.719,633
Western ryld .. 873.580 69590 Western Pacific.0 ..................50 8 1,890,109 1.353.918 1,763,820 1,210,087 928,000 766,000 3,269,185 467,323

Pocahontas Region Total ......... 25,034,062 24495,105 21,387470 20115,207 7,601500 11,299,100 18,878.793 16,240,558............ 17 5.214471 5799081
Southwestern Region Total ............ .20,475,388 17,821,684 11,639,916 9,984,508 4,128,767 7,455,138 5,214,471 5,799,081
Chesapeake and Ohio .............. 9,188,543 8,955,273 6.994.825 5,953,193 530,000 9,104.883 8,242,909
Norfolk and Western ............... 15,86,013 14999,170 13417,224 13,415,461 6,525,000 10.550,000 9,383,226 7,54,273 Kansas City Southern .................. 2.000,910 1,802,706 1.555,890 1,397.889 1,013,000 1,257 ,229, 129,1
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac 759.506 540,662 975,421 746553 546,500 749,100 390,684 413,376 Kansas, Oklahoma & Gulf ................ 562 55,868 66104,042 48,0 0
Louisiana & Arkansas ................ .... 626,051 610,995 774,588 727.368 661,000 822,000
Nisaouri-Eansas-Texas ................. 124,530 655,514 8 474.682 3,280 -
Southern Regon Total ........... 32,662,195 29,628,888 21,875,062 18,668,749 4,543,290 13,932,547 14,156.491 14,127.928 Missouriacfic..................... 9,014018 7.32070 3437914 2,159372 570000 1,534,000 1,105.996 1,100,064
SQuanah, Acme & Pacific ............... 223,057 178,405 174,786 132,801 88,000 134,000 592.500
Alabama Great Southern ............ 204,169 9569 126.45 d St. ouis-San Francisco .............. 3,091,259 2,518,501 1,325,778 1,250,929 1,885092 1,88313
Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay ....... 25,639 109,525 31,934 115,531 23,428 18,a864 89,946 St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas .... 91,630 99,089 92,010 397,056 50,000 95,000 -
Atlanta and West Point ............ d 66346 d .890 41323 54.789 St. Louis Southwestern ................ 3,698,825 3,238,094 3,602,442 3,100,575 2,408,967 2,737,996 994,185 994,185
Atlantic Coast Line ............... 3,857,858 3,055,420 3,384,816 2.654.632 675,000 1,950,000 1,331.851 1.325.476 Texas Mexican ....................... 2,689 3,092 4,218 2,768 11.800 2,100 -
Caolina & Northwestern Railway ... 133,839 115,655 44,756 24684 29,700 13250 Texas and Pacific ..................... 1604,857 1,327,350 1159,891 764,428 66,000 825,000
Central of Georgia ................ 444.939 453,368 105,242 153.588 -


I/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santi Fe Ry.; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry.; and Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry.


d Deficit or other reverse item.
S Report of receiver or receivers.
** Report of trustee or trustees.


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31262 088514269 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


SELECTED INCOME AND BALANCE-SHEET ITEMS OF CLASS I RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES

Compiled from 102 reports (Form 1BS) representing 104 railroads
(SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES NOT INCLUDED)


Statement No. Q-125
Second Quarter 1963


U.S. DEPOffTORY


Income. Items


1. Net railway operating income ..................
2. Other income ..................................
Total income .............................
4 isoellaneous deductions from income ..........
Income available for fixed charges ......
ed charges:
01. Rent for leased roads and equipment ...
02. Interest deductions / ................
03. Amortization of discount on funded debt
04. Total fixed charges
7 Income after fixed charges ...............
r Deductions............................
Net income

preclatlon (Way and structures and Equipment)
federal income taxes..........................

L2. Dividend appropriations:
12-01. On common stock ......................
12-02. On preferred stock ...................

Ratio of income to fixed charges (Item 5+6-04).


UNITED STATES


For the Second Q


quarter of


For the six months of


EASTERN DISTRICT


POCAHONTAS REGION


-II_ _ _


For the Second Quarter of


Forth si62 mo96 o


For tl" Second Quarter of


I '- J '- 1962I 196i I 1962 9b 1 192


For the six months of


$234 360 242
73 514 125
307 874 367

16 419 841
291 454 526
11 689 178
79 218 497
828 287
91 735 962
199 718 564
10 950 399
188 768 165

167 420 866
63 141 619

98 468 456
4 559 051
3.18


$158 285 466
69 128 593
227 414 059
14 054 549
213 359 510

12 070 270
79 232 993
870 110
92 173 373
121 186 137
10 299 575
110 886 562

160 272 549
76 415 426

86 446 665
4 459 683
2.31


$359 753 801
147 711 416
507'465 217
32 579 537
474 885 680

23 148 448
158 457 783
1 650 602
183 256 833
291 628 847
21 321 916
270 306 931
332 904 195
97 166 645

176 094 924
16 370 464

2.59


$275 271 281
140 173 314
415 444 595
29 494 873
385 949 722

23 822 551
158 546 713
1 692 622
184 061 886
201 887 836
20 569 226
181 318 610

320 969 877
140 011 793

163 220 394
16 284 598
2.10


t49 233 001
21 150 123
70 383 124

5 498 289
64 884 835

8 814 339
31 829 196
260 217
40 903 752
23 981 083
1 791 909
22 189 174

51 036 263
7 842 713

5 394 228
186 703

1.59


$17 217 930
20 159 327
37 377 257

4 509 428
32 867 829
9 194 059
32 287 687
271 903
41 753 649
d 8 885 820
1 197 210
dlO 083 030
50 300 750
4 915 694

6 018 946
186 703

0.79


$46 065 459
43 907 723
89 973 182

11 362 114
78 611 068
17 381 485
63 855 754
517 434
81 754 673
d 3 143 605
2 985 978
d 6 129 583
101 719 159
10 192 406

10 520 413
2 001 493

0.96


$29 449 453
42 741 106
72 190 559
9 632 172
62 558 387
18 111 042
64 824 129
544 114
83 479 285
d 20 920 898
2 396 219
d 23 317 117
101 488 766
9 830 858

10 912 166
1 955 338

0.75


36 977 244
195 574


23 379 338
180 024

5.31


55 683 234
368 377

5.49


$53 272 344
5 433 689
58 706 033
2 244 089
56 461 944

79 316
11 165 792
132 043
11 377 151
45 084 793
806 307
44 278 486

27 056 484
28 063 106

39 388 435
411 485

4.96


EASTERN DISTRICT .
INCLUDING SOUTHERN REGION ;: WESTERN DISTRICT
Income Items POCAHONTAS REGION:
For tne Second Quarter of For the six months of For the Second quarter of For the six month4'6f o IFoy the .ecood-if.rter of For the six months of
1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1 16 : 1962 1963 1962

1. Net railway operating income .................. $84 339 407 t45 995 169 $106 205 927 $82 721 797 $39 523 600 $29 528 754 $72 185 795 $59 157 642 $110 497 235 $82 761 543 $181 362 079 $133 391 842
2. Other income .................... ........ 24 173 299 22 884 113 50 539 933 48 174 795 8 364 320 7 608 652 14 991 868 14 208 417. 40 976 506 38 635 828 82 179 615 77 790 102
3. Total income ............................ 108 512 706 68 879 282 156 745 860 130 896 592 47 887 920 37 137 406 87 177 663 73 366 059 151 473 741 121 397 371 263 541 694 211 181 944
4. Miscellaneous deductions from income ........... 6 581 893 5 746 073 13 443 815 11 876 261 2 130 385 1 792 954 3 545 958 3 923 109- 7 707 .543 6 515 522 15 589 764 13 695 503
5. Income available for fixed charges ....... 101 930 813 63 133 209 143 302 045 119 020 331 45 757 535 35 344 452 83 631 705 69 442 950 143 766 198 114 881 849 247 951 930 197 486 441
6. Fixed charges:
6-01. Rent for leased roads and equipment .. 846 830 9 224 712 17 453 309 18 190 358 2 466 291 2 439 115 4 953 757 4 823 208 376 057 406 443 741 382 808 985
6-02. Interest deductions I/................ 37 654 622 37 890 501 -75 427 827 75 989 921 12 509 345 11 936 127 24 878 250 23 854 094 29 054 530 29 406 365 58 151 706 58 702 698
6-3. Amortization of discount on funded debt 333 806 337 384 659 418 676 157 150 661 143 254 309 880 286 328 343 820 389 472 681 304 730 137
6-04. Total fixed charges .............. 46 835 258 47 452 597 93 540 554 94 856 436 15 126 297 14 518 496 30 141 887 28 963 630 29 774 407 30 202 280 59 574 392 60 241 820
7. Income after fixed charges .............. 55 095 555 15 60 612 49 761 491 2 163 895 30 631 238 20 825 956 53 489 818 40 479 320 113 991 771 84 679 569 188 377 538 137 244 621
8. Other Deductions.........................2 195 062 1 600 3 3 792 285 3 202 526 983 922 988 705 1 967 38 1 973 320 7 771 415 7 710 507 15 562 193 15 393 380
9. Net income ........................... 52 900 493 14 080 249 45 969 206 20 961 369 29 647 316 19 837 251 51 522 380 38 506 000 106 220 356 76 969 062 172 815 345 121 851 241
10. Depreciation (Way and structures and Equipment) 64 961 066 63 899 407 129 462 975 128 545 250 26 433 679 24 331 811 52 401 169 48 401 568 76 026 121 72 041 331 151 040 051 144 023 059
11. Federal income taxes ......................... 2 225 863 21679 700 34177 056 37 893 964 8 006 823 12 535 355 12 550 113 26 467 902 30 908 933 42 200 371 50 439 476 75 649 927

12. Dividend appropriations:
12-01. On common stock ..................... 2 31 472 29 398 284 66 203 67 50 300 601 3 3 79 13 257 481 25 171 224 25 001 262 42 699 105 43 790 900 84 720 053 87 918 531
12-02. On preferred stock ............ ......... 382 277 366 727 2 369 870 2 366 823 399 691 398 952 2 782 837 2 783 099 3 777 083 3 694 004 11 217 757 11 134 676

Ratio of income to fixed charges (Item 5-6-04). 2.18 1.33 1.53 1.25 3.03 2.43 2.77 2.40 4.83 3.80 4.16 3.28



UNITED STATES UNITED STATES
Selected Expenditure and Asset Items Balance a n ne Selected Liability Items e ANALYSIS OF NET INCOME--ALL CLASS I RAILROADS*
Balance at the end of June Balance at the end of June

1963 1962 1963 1962
Reports showing Reports showing
17. Expenditures (gross) for additions and betterments-Road ... $104,150,439 $111,241,489 40. Funded debt maturing within 1 year .......... $484,116,276 $429,620,444 Period Net Income Net Deficit
18. Expenditures (gross) for additions and betterments-Equipment 354,534,311 295,685,329 ber Amount Number Amount
19. Investment in stocks, bonds, etc., other than those ofNumber Amount Number Amount
affiliated companies (Total, Account 722) ............... 317,792,373 356,046,140 41. Loans and notes payable 24,850,623 20,599,105 Second tr. 1963 78 $201,204,0 21 $12,36575
20. Other deferred charges ..................................... 132,165,384 147,108,031 42. Traffic and car-service alancesCr: ........: 117,744,439 103,104,650
43. Audited accounts and wages payable ............. 257,211,017 259,972,734 Second Qtr. 1962 69 136,268,377 30 25,381,815
44.- mslno a 44. Miscellaneous accounts payable ................. 148,870,049 163404,587 Sixmo
21. Cash ......... .419,909 280 419973,283 45. Interest matured unpaid ........................ 42,555:562 37,441,298 ix mo.t 1963 71 314,679,073 28 44,372,142
22. CTempora sh i... ...... ...................... 190,99 0 1, 973,283 46 Dividends matured unpaid ....................... 18,510,777 17,580,055 Six months 1962 68 239,176,392 31 57,857,782
22. Temporary cash investments ................................ 1.210,992,732 1,037,856,583 47. Unmatured interest aoorued ..................... 82,917,125 82,013,943
23. Special deposits ....................................... 64,422652 64,683,511 48. Unmatured dividends declared ................... 43.032,126 32,153,796
2. Loans and notes receivable ....s-Dr....... ................... 2457494 9,98,711 49. Accrued accounts payable ....................691938,127 655,157707 Excludes 3 roads whose net income (or deficit) was absorbed
Traffic and car-ervic balns- ................... 56855423 51,512 67 50. Federal income taxes accrued ........ ........ 181,705,479 235273,112 by the controlling company.
.26. Net balance receivable from agents and conductors ......... 220,867,251 196,248,503 51. Other taxes accrued ........................... 272,571,635 271,538,271
27. Miscellaneous accounts receivable ......................... 232,182,017 231,898,720 52. Other current liabilities ...................... 109,556,079 104,623,691
28. Interest and dividends receivable ......................... 21,030,814 16,581:372
29. Accrued accounts receivable ............................. 330,:520,512 308,972,9 8 53. Total current liabilities (Items 41 to 52) 1,991,463,038 1,982,862,949
30. Working fund advances .................................... 7,301,907 7,493,684
31. Prepayments .............................................. 13;154,126 14,618,558
32. Material and supplies ..................................... 473,842,385 501,042,748 54. Analysis of taxes acctred:
33. Other current assets ...................................... 28,979,762 18,420,173 54-01. U. 8. Government taxes ................ 242,342,031 296,269,284
54-02. Other than U. S. Government taxes..... 211935,083 210,542,099
34. Total current assets (Items 21 to 33) ... 3,082,516,355 2,879,201,251 55. Other deferred credit ..................... ....... 161337,441 167,636,801


d Decrease, deficit, or other reverse item.
I/ Represents accruals, including the amount In default.


/ Includes payments of inc pal of long-term debt (other
than long-term db in default) which becomes due
within one year at r close of month of report.
2/ Includes obligations ich mature not more than one year
after date of issue
F. .om "OF'iCE


I


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NET RAILWAY OPERATING NET INCOME FEDERAL INCOME ~TIDEND NET RAILWAY OPERATING NET INCOME FEDERAL INCOME DIVIDEND
Region and railway INCOME TAXES APPROPRIATIONS Region and railway INCOME TAXESPPROPRATIONS
1963 1962 196 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 196 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962 1963 1962


United States Total ............


$270,306,931 $181,318,610


$97,166,645


$140,011,793 $192,465.388


$179,504,992


Eastern District Total ......... 46,065,459 29,449,453 d 6.129.583 d 23.317.117 10,192,406 9,830,858 12,521,906 12,867.504

Eastern District Incl. Pocahontas
Region Total ................. 16,205.927 82,721.797 45.969,206 20,961,369 34,177.056 37,893.964 68,573,517 52,667.424

New England Region Total ....,.. d 624.017 d 2.366.431 d 7.398.484 d 8.513.676 242,826 950,681 233,465 187,3121

Bangor and Aroostook ............ 1,080,502 664,054 643,858 191,391 468,600 71,922 71,924
Boston and Maine ................ 1,319,127 1,765,364 d 1.451.471 d 1184.075 84,527 51.110 -
Canadian Pacific Lines in Maine .. 1,007,563 929,596 -
Central Vermont Railway, Inc ... 59153 d 54,673 d 970229 d 900.33 -
Maine Central .................. 743,017 751,073 295,584 154,476 285,000 161,543 115.388
New York Connecting ............. 66,300 268,256 d_ 183.632 68,589 -
New York, New Haven & Hartford ** d 4.899.679 d 6.690.101 d 5732.594 d 6.843.721 158,299 145,971


Great Lakes Region Total .......

Ann Arbor .....................
Delaware and Hudson .............
Detroit and Toledo Shore Line ...
Erie-Lackawanna .................
Grand Trunk Western .............
Lehigh and Hudson River ........
Lehigh Valley ...................
Monongahela ..... ......
New York Central ................
New York, Chicago and St. Louis ..
New York, Susquehanna and Western
Pittsburgh and Lake Erie ........
Pittsburgh & West Virginia ......
Wabash ..........................


Central Eastern Region Total ...

Akron, Canton & Youngstown ......
Baltimore and Ohio..............
Bessemer and Lake Erie ..........
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ..
Chicago & Eastern Illinois ......
Chicago & Illinois Midland ....
Detroit, Toledo and Ironton .....
Elgin, Joliet and Eastern .......
Illinois Terminal .........
Long Island .... ......
Missouri-Illinois ...............
Monon ...........................
Pennsylvania ...................
Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines
Reading Company .................
Staten Island Rapid Transit .....
Western Maryland ................

Pocahontas Region Total ........

Chesapeake and Ohio .............
Norfolk and Western .............
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac

Southern Region Total ..........

Alabama Great Southern ..........
Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay .....
Atlanta and West Point ..........
Atlantic Coast Line .............
Carolina and Northwestern .......
Central of Georgia .............


d .8_1.6 Id 8.443.997


2,794,002


4,055,448


9,493,377


10,178,363


Southern Region Continued
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific
Clinchfield ..........................
Florida East Coast ...................
Georgia Railroad -Lessee Organization
Georgia & Florida *........ ........
Georgia Southern and Florida .........
Gulf, Mobile and Ohio ................
Illinois Central ......................
Louisville and Nashville .............
New Orleans and Northeastern .........
Norfolk Southern Railway .............
Piedmont and Northern ................
Savannah and Atlanta .................
Seaboard Air Line ......................
Southern ...............**...**.......
Tennessee Central ......................
westernn Railway of Alabama ...........


$2,278,641
3.411,266
4 573.951
202,757
d 306.204
d 265.838
3,875,737
10,458,301
15,031,253
d 130.422
d 26.480
2950385
464,484
8,690,491
18,675,680
d 75.063
48,914


$2,830,252
3,279,921
357,183
107,744
d 192.947
d 224.563
2,813,195
6,780,865
9,855.505
209,221
214,183
337,104
218,669
7,213,368
17,903,994
81,128
1,581


$830,460

d 1.604.199

d 421. 288.
d 351.460
2,581,607
8.798,659
10,844.370
d 205.960
d 159.848
363,834
433,165
7,095,248
14,497,486
d 197.070
53,215


$1,577,816

d 670.880

d 298.982
d 344.332
1,463,122
5,006,803
5.805,367
97,158
84,000
406,143
196,217
5,829,521
13,382,542
d 35.668
258


$322,944





1,013,000
1,404,444


423,012

3.140,000
4,714,680

d 11.627


$65,000
323,492-




1,023300
3.370.969
4,566,00.


401,198
260,205
3,773,000
8,794,0oo

30,397


.$897,000




1,158,041
3,150,879
3,677,715'


17.718
3.877,132
11,.527,611


4. 1 4 + 1 + -4 4. 1 4. 4. 4.F


83,566
1,046,933
199,683
d 8.448.499
d 4.066.152
81,184
d 2.093.456
d 234.965
d 4.982.769
3,928,620
d 154.909
3,329,126
d 146.667
3,014,308


6,080,538 d 6.359.444


126,066
d 1.270.506
1,039,057
d 3.137.632
d 471.631
587,742
1,924,380
1,118,160
d 121.530
928,481
437,150
a 92.044
6 5.128.577
i 2.825.846
d 1.333.318
d 201.567
2,042,171


873,816
186,819
10,593

112,849


d 556.410
d 21.000

2,187,335


7,155,578


97,296
99,041
2,374,383
4,219

535,447

2,169,192


219,000

468,000

216,000

973,000


1,293,107
216,640


100,759


d 631.407
1,411.000

1,665,349


4,824,729


153,347
100,043
1,128,762
2,339

571,357

922,083


493,000

552,000

215,798

686,000


120,000






4,185,043

1,994,141

3,194,193


2,795,064


50,470

209.988



1,226.654



210,910





1,097,042


8,775

120,000


46,970



4,178,093

2,032,146

3.792,379


2,501,829


63.890

209,988
-


919,999



210,910





1,097,042


-I I I + 4. I


44.278,486


14,247,224
28,244,992
1,786,270

38,506,000

113,931
204,183
d .829
5,128,398
59,085
502,147


23,984,650


4,810,000
18,000,000
1,174,650

12,550,113


127,860

1,325,000
90,800


28,063,106


3,880,000
22,550,000
1,633,106

26,467,902


214,491

3,600,000
45,850


56,051,611


27,250,865
28,015,244
785,502

27,954,061

896,828
89,946

2,661,191


39,799,920


16,479.592
22.488,379
831,949

27,784,361

896,828
179,892

2,647,241


Western District Total .............


181,362,079 133,391,842 172,815,345


121.851,241


50,439,476


75.649,927


95,937,810


4 m i i i i I


Northwestern Region Total .........*

Chicago and North Western .............
Chicago Great Western .................
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific
Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range ........
Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific ..........
Great Northern ..........................
Green Bay and Western .................
Lake Superior & Ishpeming .............
yMnneapolis, Northfield and Southern ...
Northern Pacific .....................
Soo Line ............................. *
Spokane International .................
Spokane, Portland and Seattle .........

Central Western Region Total ........

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe .....
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ..........
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific ......
Colorado and Southern .................
Colorado & Wyoming ....................
Denver and Rio Grande .................
Fort dorth and Denver .................
Northwestern Pacific ..................
Pacific Electric ......................
San Diego & Arizona Eastern ...........
Southern Pacific ......................
Toledo, Peoria & Western ..............
Union Pacific .................... ...
Western Pacific ........................


Southwestern Region Total ..........

Kansas City Southern ..................
Kansas, Oklahoma & Gulf ...............
Louisiana & Arkansas ..................
Missouri-Kansas-Texas .................
Missouri Pacific ......................
(Qanah, Acme & Pacific ................
St. Louis-San Francisco ...............
St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas
St. Louis Southwestern ................
Texas Mexican .........................
Texas and Pacific...................


25,611,134


3,735,470
1,183.511
3,025,961
d 1.117.729
524,265
8,266,867
194,020
71,360
217,320
4,706,160
2,462,456
291,716
2,049,757

112,405,826

30,045,476;
9,835,585
3,474,288
702,165
242,832
5,882,253
d 117,521
451,218
d 249.170
325,490
36,452,798
355,726
21,274,564
3,730,122


43,345,139


4,030,462
107,540
1,240,176
1,265,942
19,506,030
285,928
6,237,233
231,012
7,502,241
108,132
2,830,423


7.358,592 21,238,384d 583.838


1,354,621


692,349


19,923,432


I ~ ~~~ 4 4


d 819.164
620,235
1,076,407
d 1.901.499
35,072
6,282,767
64,493
102,161
120,371
407,138
92,916
266,322
1,011.373


1,317,544
878,739
d 1.762.707
d 1.113.370
293,629
9,233,517
217,693
44,908
240,896
9,065,173
1,225,179
502,917
1,094,266


d 4.601.102
310,566
d 4.210.564
d 2.047.489
d 193,031
6,848,839
61,587
89,204
142,241
3,426,341
d 9221
473,380
43,413


183,000



300,000
161,475
37,200
241,000

d 16.05
148,000
300,0OOC


324,000




73,062
7.437
162,850


125,000


457,632
2.593,260


9,121,622
125,000
171,360
91,944
6,603,068
759,546


__ __ 4I F F


89,941,890 124,812,148


- 1 --'.;I


29.079,397
7,836,922
2,036,438
626,171
242,887
4,716,320
d 263.141
531,399
652,656
397,118
36,663,520
379,016
38,372,149
3,541,296


26,764,813


18,566,982
8,350,770
3,808,649
576,610
446,614
4,862,649
d 215.689
643,372
d 321.519
313,616
31,359.267
282,679
18.155,849
3,112,041


36,091.360


102,286,233


17,089.,14
6,097,87:
1,972,20;
375.195
446,67;
3,705.071
d 495.12k
714,56;
750,66:
360,90O
31,396.08:
291,49:
36,592,06:
2,989,424


20,148,841


37.899.534


6,210,86]
602,38-
d 278.01!
100,825
254,70(
2.556.40(
d 542.41'
519.38
296.961
382,425
8,588.48;
375,00(
17,900,00(
932,521


11,185,32:


58,901,266


15,001,951
4,3.40,600
d 129.268
29,014
488,600
3,644,350
d 398.342
702,188
440,636
350,705
17,185,631
287,000
15,400,000
1,758,201


16,056.312


66.013,744

i7.?74,2gi
5.979,355
1,458,356

220,000
3,208,412




17,641,888
90,000
15,448,403
4,253,082


10,000,634


I I I 4 4 I I


3,553,777
137.393
1,189,876
914,555
15.762,568
326,738
5,007,603
154,570
6,467.524
29,535
2,547,221


3,232,433
115,757
1.579,261
83,899
8,743,875
203,369
3,129,106
238,889
7,337,057
109,208
1,991,959


2,903,305
116.992
1,446,944
d 414.354
5,442,028
236,802
2,086,556
459.338
6,262,699
21,623
1,586,915


2,006,000
115,758
1,305,000

454,000
309,000
893,000
198,000
5,104,143
122,420
678,000


2,654,000
96,161
1,588,000

4,459,000
239,000
d 53.000
141,000
5,416,183
22,300
1,493,668


2,458,396
265,848


2,211,991

2,781,631

2,282,768


$897,000




928,994
3,134,520
3,672,381



S17,718
3,873,286
11,536,501


99,053.207


23,902,242


657,120
2.593,260


13,667.503
125,000
171,360
92,000
6,595,999




62,662,036

17.703T25
5,979,355
2,337,168

220,000
3.197,722



16,284,820
90,000
15,448,403
1,400,643


12,488,929


2.458.396
150,867


2,206,060
592,500
2,802,302

2,282,768

1,996,036


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d Deficit or other reverse item.
* Report of receiver or receivers.
** Report of trustee or trustees.


/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry.; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry.; and Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


SELECTED INCOME ITEMS BY REGIONS AND DISTRICTS, CLASS I RAILROADS

FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1963 AND 1962


$359.753,801


$275,271,281


12,731,893


15,580,994


d 137.753
1,869,310
421,699
d 5.865.845
127,166
82,490
d 1.637.030
d 59.555
3,230,724
7,138,336
d 133.155
5,857,819
d 14.672
4,671,460


189,966
1,435,662
2341194
1 4.588.966
1 685.147
69,081
1 1.542.538
1 19.105
3,525,599
5,886,126
i 117.510
4,132,086
66,718
4.145.727


d 209.477
1,410,340
369,755
d 8.741.080
d 3.418.305
97,210
d 2.561.834
d 280.915
d 4.412.407
4,524,205
d 185.098
5,155,338
d 223.789
3,664,420


19,083,991


I *I- I F *I~ I 1 I


4. 1 1 4 4 1 4


151,732
4,605,850
757,853
i 1.052.890
42,017
582,654
2,108,356
796,878
13,824
1,118,745
370,173
226,224
7,273,423
a 2.380.746
1,293,924
a 343.047
3.519,021


53,272,344


104,135
2,520,371
2,108,400
d 2.811.778
1.073,293
681,660
2,168,269
3,720,701
d 53.620
201,365
746,534
452,065
d 1.119.779
d 2.663.542
d 2.922.477
d_ 72.780
2,147,721


31,108,482


154,647
8,871,188
1,796,339
d 1.165.804
1,268,028
654.254
2,371,119
3,321,121
63.653
285,837
770,522
758,821
10,785,221
d 2.228.342
111,557
d 425.502
3,715,823


60,140,468


24,352,571
34,392,169
1,395,728

72,185,795

312,826
130,221
d 118.599
8,273,791
232,217
1,300,388


52,098,789


1. 1 4 5 4 4I 4


20,831,800
31,115,716
1,324,828

59,157,642

4 54.268
192,966
d 74.835
5,782.328
286,243
1,239,305


18,916,968
31,360,394
1,821,427

51.522,380

489,240
141,870
d 78.292
7,728,248
107,977
575,118


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