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A PRELIMINARY ABSTRACT OF STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937






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Introductory statement.....................................................................** ................. Pages 3 and 41
Summary No. l--Recapitulation of selected items from the annual reports of Class I steam railways (not Including
switching and terminal companies) ........ 0................................................................... Pages 5 to 13
Summary No. 2--Abstract off selected items from the annual reports of Individual Class I steam railways .... .........0 Pages 141 to 22
Summary No. 3-Summary of primary operating revenue accounts of Class I steam railways for each class of service,
by districts and regions ..................................................................... ............*.. Pages 23 and 24
Summary No. 4--summary of primary operating expense accounts of Class I steam railways for each class of service,
by districts and regions ..................................................................................... Pages 25 to 36
Summary No. 5--Recapitulation of selected items from the annual reports of Class I switching and terminal companies Pages' 37 to 4.3 Summary No. 6--summary of primary operating revenue accounts of Class I switching and terminal companies for each
class of service, by districts and regions.......................................................... pages 44 and 115
Summary No. 7--Summary of primary operating expense accounts of Class I switching and terminal companies for each
class of service, by districts and regions.................................... ........................... ....... Pages 416 to 57
Summary No. 8--Abstract of reports rendered by express companies ......... ...................................... Pages 58 to 61
Summary -No. 9--Abstract of report rendered by The Pullman Company.... ......................................... Page 62







A PRELIMINARY ABSTRACT OF STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS FOR TIHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 1, 1987

INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


This preliminary abstract for the calendar year 1937 I compiled from the annual reports Of large steam ralwae, express companies, and the Pullman Company. It is Intended prarily to make avellable as promptly as possible certain total* not obtainable from the monthly or special reports of carriers. The totals are subject to change after corrections in the annual reports have ben authoriWse d. The rial
totals will appear in the Statistics of Railways for 1937. Statistical seumaries oonscerning elecotrio railways, pipe lines, and carriers by water will be slesued separately.
Because a separate annual publication of freight commodity statistics for the year 1937 has been issued In full detail for the 157 classes of oommodities, only group totals Of comodities earie are
shown In this preliminary abstract.
It should be especially observed that the balance sheet items relate to companies that file operating reports and do not cover the balance sheets of companies that file lessor reports the re aty o
which is operated by Class I steam railways, that is, railways having annual operating revenues above l1,oo000. The following table shows the investment in road and equiment of the operating, or,
proprietary ompanies at the end of the year 1937, in comparison with final figure. for the precedi g year.
The Introdutory statements for the years 1934 and 13 called attention to the filing of system reports by several Clagss I steam railways. Beginning with the annual reports for 197, sate reports
were also filed by the Union Pacific R. R. 00. and the Kansas t9y southern Ry. 0o.
The increase in the investment in road and equipment of Class I companies considered separately as stated in the following table 1s $72,204,400 although an Increase of 229.193,21 to shown S ary
No. 1 for 0lase I roads. The difference between these sumse is largely due to the filing of the additional system reports in 1937 in which were included the investments of the lease lines ands ler arr
constituting part of the Olas I company systems. The $29,19),218 in Sumary No. 1 s the increase, 1937 over 1936, In the investment for all of the companies represented in the mileage of the roads or tems
reporting as Ces I for 1937, whereas the comparison in the table below is between the investment of roads included In Glass I reports for 1937 and the investment of rode included in h reports for 19
The total inorease for all classes of companies of #184,257,821 shown in the table below is not affected by system changes since It covers all operating, lessor, and proprietary companies In both ears In
short, the/asteam railway system in the United States increased its property investment in excess of retirements by $84,257,821 during the year 1937. In eaob of the preceding five years, there ad en
decrease in the total investments. These totals of investment changes are without onosilderation of the Increase in the depreolation reserve. During 1937 this reserve inoeaed 141,784,988, nd hence the nt
increase in the investment for all olasses of carriers in excess of deproolation was $42,472,833.

Investment in Road and Equipment of Steam Railways

(Aounts 701 and 702)

Class of companies Dec. 31, 1937 Dee. 31, 1936 Inorease Deoremse

Class 1 .................................................... .20,19,64 9,6 2 s1,43, N6 5,23 0723.204,400
Lessors to Class I ..............................................41.1152,612,53 ,513,65
Proprietary Companies ..............................,........ 50.8 9 24, 3,0
Total ................................................ 9,1 ,1, 62 ,, a, 17,9-5,83
Class z .................................................... 393,70. 4 37291,781 10,37,593
Lessore to Class 1zz ...................................... 9:93, 512-6 8 6,18
Proprietary Companies ... ................................. 51A 323

Total ................................................ 7, 5 ,995 7,1 ,ol, 17
class it ..................................................... ...70, 36, 71,283866 918
Lessors to Class III ............................................ 0g~ 3,133,519 8 3
Proprietary Companies .........................................1 37 2 82 ______Total ............................................................... ,45695 ______ -44112 ,1,7
Grand total .......................................... 25,616,646,123 25,432.38,302 184,257,821


In the Statistlos of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared showing the amount of each primary expense account chargeable to the freight service and the amount chargeable to passenger and
allied services. To make this information available before the Statistics of Railways appears, beginning with the year 1927, a separate publication was itesuedentitled, 5Operating Revenues and Overating E .
senses by 01Class of BSerovice, which included some related data. This publication has been discontinued for 1937 and the data which had appeared in Tables I, II, I-A, and II-A are included 1in this prelal l ry ab. strait in Summaries 3, 4, 6, and 7, respectively. Most of the information which had appeared In Tables III, IV, and V of the discontinued publication will be included in the 1937 Issue of a statement entitled, Comparative Statement of Railway Operating statistics.4
In Summaries 3 and 6, ths aselgnment of revenues to freight service and to passenger and allied services is in accordance with the distributions made by carriers in filling out the schedule relating to revenues in the annual report form. There is no speoal order giving detailed instructions for the separation of revenues by class of service. But this Is in large part provided for by the regular accounting
classifications.
In Summaries 14 and 7, the division of expenses between freight service and passenger and allied services is as reported by carriers under the revised rules prescribed by the Interstate Ceomasee Comis. slon effective January 1, 1936.
Small amounts of revenues and expenses reported as 8not related to either freight service or passenger and allied services5, for years prior to 1936p were apportioned between the two services on the
basis of the totals for the *assigned and apportioned$ revenues and expenses respectively. For 1936 and 1937 such amounts have been left undivided to the extent shown In the footnotes below.
The following table shows for Class I steam railways, excluding switching and terminal companies, the total revenues. expenses, not revenues before taxes and rents, and the operating ratio, for the
freight and passenger service separately, from 1925 to 1937, nd also the not railway operating income for the years, 1936 and 1937. The separation of not railway operating income by services was not required
before 1936.

Freight service Passenger services
ear, district Net Operating Not railway Operating Net i.l
and region Revenues Expensea revenues ratio operating Revenues Supeoses revenues ratio oprating
avne____inoome I nro rce
thousands thousands thousandsI poent thousands thousand thousandsads percent ousands
192 04,65,5 $, 145,074 01,350,495 7.24 $1,426,941 01,191,907 6235,134 352
1926 ....... 4,963,04 3,6 1549 1 ,02,505 6972 1,419,896 1,206,7 a 2ll 8 85.1
1927 ....................4,790,723 3,367,3 1 11423,%82 7029 1,345,577 1,206,P? 311 1896
1926 ................. 4 36, 237 3,258,520 1,577,717 67.3 1,275, 099 1,169, 54 5O,91
199..........4979413 3,334,103 1,:45.310 66.6 Not 1,300,108 1,171,953 1815 90.1 Not
19' 0 ................. 21 2 851,068 ,6 24 67. available 1,066,884 1,079,861 d 1a 101.22 available
1932 ................. .,5917 1,95,702 36,l 66.97 94 4, 173 Il




The correponding figures by distriots, with subdivision of Southern diatrit, are given below for the year 1907. 2/ Ea933r ditit... 14 99,5 04 06Jtl4)9 6349,os t 3
1934 dr1... 1, 0 50,120 95 62 31 316,18 127.3









& Deficit.
2,3 N1. 1J661 13 614.9166305 2
193 .2 .. .... .2,897 1, R. 1,0. 64.4 57,53 8.70
19 23: 4 5 1. 2B ;02 63. 009 .704 4 '55 612 1.4 .21,2
3 1, I'l 'M 1 ,81 359~ 27,139 ii9.84 219
1937 J. . 34347 2310,115 1. 9 66.32 82,3 66 :669 796, 11.8




The corresponding figures by district. withsubdivison of Southern ditna ripnabl are given below for the yer 1937. .
Eastern district ... ,4662 u9n94,5a 471i 3n2 .1" 2unassnable a 1at3 expenses. 1 3
Poaotsr I I 36495 di.10
Pocabonta rgo ... 2731 120,1 117,177 506 6621 20, j I05Il 128
Southern region 427.. 4 ,2 2911 6,79,785,6 71 d1jl 17
Southern district, .... 611.416V2[6 6,0 19578A4 9,2
I ~ 78 307 I3 22,413:4d,1501 13-3
Western district .. 1,37 9072 5: ___ _____I______t_____J h25i.

d Deficit.
KI U4 Icue 020,128,234 unameiguable operating revenues and 010,?59 unassignable operating expenses.
INclde 017,925,498 unassignable operating revenues and 812,407.7 unaesignable operating axpenee




A PRELIMINARY ABSTRACT OF STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS FOR
Introductory Statement Continued
Results of operation, Class I Steam Railways,1931-.1937


Item 1937 1936 1935 934 1933 1932
1Al basic items, except eqipment, an thousands

Railway operating reees............................................1,065 23 5,99 $3,271,567 o 6 .
Railway operating revenues .............................. 2 5,166,069 14,052, 74 1 2,441 23 3 92 5. 5
Railway tax accruals ............................................. 1,3 .244 .25 2 22 ,2. 13 3.
Net railway operating Income .............................. 5 I 49,8
Othl Income .....................................................2 7 210 1 2, 53 3
ote Income ............................................... ... 01 '1 0 57: 4 6 .... .,151 :3
Total deduct ns ......................................... . .666,743 6 180 68 V 20 2,5
Net Income .................... .................. ....98,055 IN 612 ,97 d 6 .... ,
Dividends declared ......................................... ....167,902 169,82 72815199 2 91 ,5
Freight revenue.......................................... 3,370,959 2,,78,6 1 2,69,302 2,1485,216
passenger revenue........................................ .r 412 144 357,493 j45,8 328,957 376,539
Other revenues .......................................... ... .52,592 37:696 ,96,35 7759 03,357 39903
maintenance of way and structures ......................... 92594 5 10393,967 36530032226351,175,300 5179
Magntenanoe of equipment ..................2709 683000,887 go 796 bi98,7091
Operating ratios of expenses to revenues (percent):
Freight service ........................................ 66.32 63.77 64.74 64. 91 62.82 66.97 65.62
Passenger service ............................................119.814 119.4 12.5 12:6 82 3 i.95 110.82
All services ........................................... 7. 7 72.3 75.11 7. 7266 76.87 76.97
Tantatin............................................. ...... .36.2 31.9 3. 2 3102 32.1
Transportation ......................................... 36... 5 4...............03.360.66 36.8
Number of freight-train oars (excludes private oars);
At close of year ....................................... 1,76,494 1,781,217 1,85Z,945 1,963,6 2 2,061,331 2,172,414 2,229,
New units installed ............ ................................. 69, 15 37,55 4 *,9 7 2, 2 2,22i1,32 a
Withdrawn for sale or demolition ...................... 69,080 113,582 109,539 119,74o 109, t5,7
Number or passenger-train oars: ,
At close or year .................................... 40,259 11,6o 41,54 43,845 146,51o 49,353 50,747
New units installed.................................... 576 159 225 270 7
Withdrawn ror sale or demolition ....................... 732 9as 2,075 2,315 2,081 ,3
Train miles:
Freight VJ.............. I....................................50,656 4a6,3141 429,767 423,85 395,145 32145 ~ 465,672
Passer / .......................................... 16,355 404,676 388,04 84,145 382,517 20,34 84 45,12
Special ........................................................- 285 255 253 298 6
Work service ................................................. 15,1" 147,72 11,098 10,188 8,170 8,067 13,9
Totea ................................. ........... ........ .,2n: 52,198 ,,473 76,720 821,159 91,1
Total locomotive-miles (includes work service) 1,26,22 1, 52 1,0 055 5,81 1,01,853 ,987 194
Car-miles:
Freight--loade / ..................................... V 114,617,571 _/13,954,297 12,040,511 11,617,765 10,736,951 10 396,839 13,225,856
Freght-empty /...................................... 8,51,218 b ,O,l60,035 7,285,157 7,1,457,073 6,877,907 6,737,638 9,3,991
Caboose V ............................................ ./. 493,62 67,565 I 417,1142 10,370 3S0,159 376, 621 53,156
Total ................................................ 3,692, 471 V/'2,592,P897 19,742,84o 19,485,208 17,995,017 17,511,095 22,215,003
enger-train ..............................1 09 2,220 2,79,34 2646,927 20,56,23 0,50,7, ,
Spea1l ....30.0,216....2.92........................ 5,141 4,250 ,990 6,025 6 77
Work service ................................75,41Zo 76,112 55,015 143,142 33 00o4 35,003 6:7
Grand total .........................................26,5848,097 25,58,229 22,512,343 22,179,757 20,297,2 20,U 86 025,608, 792
Tons of revenue freight originated ............................1,015 596 955,830 759,627 765,296 9t3' ~ 6223 4~4lS6
Tons of revenue freight carried ...............................1,825,342 1 712,975 1,1427,0142 1,369,733 1,259 823 1,,168 ,289 1, 0:011
Ton-m'les of revenue freight ............................. .360,620,269 339,2145,26 292,036932 268,710,207 24,223,190 23,977,009 3922
Ave ge haul revenue freight (miles) ..................... ... .197.6 198.0 197.6 19 .2 198.0 200.9 92I 7
Number of revenue passengers carried ....................... 497,298 1490,091 145,872 1449,775 142,980 1475,500 5961,39
Rev. 2'4,655,4~14 22,1421,009 18,1475,572 18,033,309 16,3140,510 16,9710o44 2184,242
Revenue per ton- ile of freight (cents) .................. ... 0935 0.974 0.988 0.978 0.999 1.046 1.051
Revenue per passenger-mile;
Commutation (cents) .................................... 1.01 1.06 1.09 1.09 1.05 1.07 1.06
Other (cents) .......................................... 1.95 2.02 2.18 2.17 2.35 2.70 o6
Total (cents) ........................................... 1.79 1. 19 1.92 2.01 2.22 :51

d Deficit or other reverse Item.
Effective January 1, 1936, the clasis cation of train mileage was revised by discontinuing the designations "Mixed" and 'Special" trains and modifying the definitions of other trains
to read, "Trains which contain er-train cars shal be classed as freight trains wheneer the number of freight-train cars Is in exces of the number of paesenger-train cars In
them, and trains whi contain f ht-train oars shall be classed as passenger trains whenever the number of passenge r-train cars is In excess of the number of freight-train oars in
them". For rativ=e purpose eight and passenger train-milsand car-miles for years prior to 1936 have been restated to include their respective proportions of mixed trainmiles and ar-mites bas -miles in mixed trains.
Includes freight--loaded car-miles in passenger traina fl lows:t 1937, 13e705 thousnd; 1 36, 14.562 thousand.
Includes freight--empty oar-miles in passenger trains as foll ows: 1937, 1, 963 thousand; 1936, 2,455 thousand. SIncludes cabos car-miles in passenger trains as follows: 1937, 14, 612~ thousand; 1936, 14,259 thousand.
Includes Psegr-rain cor-milep in freight trains as folopws; 1937, 105,869 thousand; 1936, 108,1463 thouisend.
Excludes t6 ,52,07 raeeenting a dividend distribution of< securities from the Orgon Short Line R. R. Go. to theg Unkion Pacific R.R. Go. an intra-system transaction,






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 1-RCAPITULATION OF SELECTED ITEMS FROMl THlE ANNUAL REPORTS OF CLASS I STEM RAILWAYS (NOTr INCLUDING SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES) FOE THE YER~ ENDED DECEMBSER 31. 1927



60.Total. .11 lsoloin southern Western It- oa,.1.t r

Total flux.,r of .tookb~old. .... ...... $71,544 413,692 138,282 319,570 G~eNCA2. BALIOCE UEE'2.-Oooo... 0~
GEI4O2A BAL00 M W stock808
CA Itaalt at*ok ....... .... N,123,1'4,8S I/f332P: 41 01,300,364,54> ~9 '$,9
moo 1.8t 10 18 .901oo01 11 11 f~ikto0. o .. ....... ~ 9 *3,721.9E01031
Inwtoti edad 0ist -I ncpital too0k ............ 417,1 3,75 32. ?0S1o4
Red ... 19879.334,480 014,3145,644,626 $2,n11,I4614,0;7 $7,02e.22 9 917 ..o................. 9.171,261,1 33,4726 1,307.,95 .0.2,9
. 9,Rw3 3 1 2,4,532
33,57,t. 15,1353 oo i d j of .........lo I ..... 2s,64,327 9,576,820 28 .88 i ,8,3
Total ....... ....... .. .. 19,592,366,205 6,752.925,589 3,614o.185,722 9,199,254,94 1.ong-T8. Debt
Improveoto On lo.A tallowy 7.0.020und0-I:.121 6
504552,301 131 41 0.4t%,1 79,278,76 12,037,88_d 700 .4 7 t86 oo ..too : ........*....6 0 848
oe .........: :8 211,7 2,14 Beo1O'. 't 1test.1 ... .... 91,
squo.18 591O~ 35195 ,5997: ,
Tat28 ..p.d0. . ... 00 .92,7 ,2 N~~7onneoti0able debt to ffi1li.ted co0pa.i1s 451:909:3 36 418,1 03 956,9:9
Total .......................567.23,127 473.7914,716 81,099,450 12,389,261 Total o510 debt ........... 10,696,613,763 4,2671463,9 '7 1,852,8543 .765439
.......f,,4 ............... 13, 927 2,1195,316 10,1454,79 10.18s Opltal LiabiUI, AdI0.08.,t8
lopola 0 1. o 80.88.4p0020.7 01 . 1,90'023 4,51 ,809 1:22841 1 O,0 SRoogaitAloft S4joatcot- of capital ...... 9,355,022 ,35028
2181.00,p6.81 0*........ o42 'I9 92504,2 2251713 11,91 1
Io .n.t 10 .221.. f 0208 . .., it,82,114,1 2,212,4771 6745702 18 397347 il,., .......~t ........... 671,210,236 382,856,122 11010,136 21491,7 o'oO,.6118
Total Ine..ton ... ................. 25,875.939,893 9,933,566,785 4,475797,336 11,1466,575,772 L0oan80 6111.ll payableo ..... . 216,222,949 :I3'9t
Current Aset Audte .0 d 8 hle... paabl 23,7100206 1 49
lornt A500. O61t4 500 t. ablego 9..69.. .85~4 100, 17, 12sw
Cah.. ...352.917.727 117,676,54 108,51 .6 126,527,851 a,.,~ matured4 002.IT76 0 6:.. .49
P.o108.0 .ot. . ........3,4.92 1615,289 3,37 1,62,32 debt4 w4.8508 un0aid1...... ...... 48 28 1280 5.21 .9
w15 draft.04 deposits . 3,2~ 1..66 ,72,9 1824 T08 61.124 0p1 . . 812 :6 6 66"j3
tpola dpolt . . . 9 11 .57 6,11,218 3& 7' reo~o8 d11.4 81 ......... 4S49
718491 07 291 : ,119 59
.,'2~41o.o.410.ao.~........ 580 72l~ 2,997,
7.8 11 .0 02-81080 6.800.08010618 . .go 2o6.o. r~ interest 1 .1... ... . ... . 248 37 1,72,022 72,0
d8 bills0 t0I80,861 .....8 0 ..........s 06 20 1 .&7 1 70'1.960 0.10.0 181188 /....... 1,7,612 15,0,3 19542 ~ 2929:'1t49
4a~'. 004 .0..18. . . 38,4,8 1141, 9,091 56,9567 1n ot - ...... 2 297 4S
101808a:01 r xrlo bo00t 011.4.8. 0.61. ...... 2111,42 ;21 52 2,07,91 8,135,1057.. 355
281o.f . . . ,65,14 1,10361 4, 1142 g ohrou n 1149,678l 2 .20 L.6 ....03785325

U8..08 .1o6,18.29 917 Total 42.0.o'o 11.11111.e5.......... 30,3,0..,6,616,s~s1.3
1 o10. 2d.00 0060 2... ....6,716,0 12 2 9,3 12
Tooe 11.611112. . . . .202,61,15112, 906 16072 1
oo.t, ~receiabl ..... ... . . .1 61,44N 20,61,:6 734 27 5021,2 5180 0 eere 200. i4a. . ..it6ies
Other cur reset 8................... 2 3,811 1 7914 701465 53,985525Lailt o prooo.00 804 t 0 f881 d 18 .......... 14,582,18 3:91, 3 ,19a 2
Toa 1-(0tase.4 ................8,4,4,5 462696 2 ,4,3 460611,07 Oher defrre lib. tian ................ 1361487 9 30,166,1:3 1790 2
D1f00red 00ot 0Total defk. . . .14,9303 lia6ili7i6 2-1,5 135831p.7 7 . ......... 30,31,109~ 93,60. 46653,0114895,&
1V1lais0 00o 284.4* 4.1... .....53,852,302 6,039,550 ,145,508 4,9 0180.t~ 0Credit. 0811
1081 18010.84..herfud$... ::.............. 2, 1,0 ,18 008,5016 .21 . ,2087,2.3 1 1 ,414,366 59431;:4709 ,5641,
2ther 1dot .4M0d 184 861.... ...203,3206,710 2 661 467,432,6800 50,18,890 1 00 libiit .....OS 0608 .p.....57.16 545 81,13 4
700484,12 14.60524 181119 12.9M.808.0025l. 1I~~0 4~6,
@084Total ..Md Sas.......... 2,70137 107779784 1,3,03460,83 12,8,956ne" casualty 200 ....... 2 2,1 1 1,103:7 1:5,713,
D4VE8IIIEIT IS 22411 452 U0IG22iESTano 800.18 .00 -. ..88...8. .... . 1,3,6 381,0
112.04110180 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ao- d00 0610008066,1.0000,. ...1..............17...90,146 12252723Toal7pp 8012,4650010 . . 1193316132?3,643715I-7l 8I;

881 082g. 400108 6. 280.. . . 229,93,21 97,72,70 15116d568 16,50,87 .0.....oa.... . . 27,97,01,97W10,77,79,781214,31,30,83 12. 97,90042
Beat. a460d.00011ra 1.8. 4 4.0.,8 7.8A 0 In 0180w14......5.1 21.,7,2213,76,37,540780,196,789J8110124.0 69,81041,r0008180.8010la.08-V4i200. 550,32 8 Physical100k 116001 80.4.118; 1028410100: 0,?20 88 028 170
0i~ 2 n.21011 0 o 016. .08 .8 1 .......8.. 1423,3 2,9 7180 1,5 2o nd.. t a19,1303 000141810 ..010 fo 14,9........1. )921,8 80 088 02,632 .929 .160 72. 2.122,
16 con b o n fnde debt41,70 .08.... .. ..... 15366 60..of..o 53,10030 160 .1 2 .0. 5,5o0. 336:.19'8l 02fat20 8 088 021.8*108 808. 11.0,*7,8,3;5069.00801

Total unad010t8d 10o .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 203 ,3 26 ,71o. 6It0 M 3 2 82 00 106 ,611109 81 5 00 1048 1 0 .2 70 8 1 168 2 11 0 00200 68 8 0
roa d6 debt0200 6018880 thrug la 01 o 0. ..0.st"o an '7884 5.46182181084 61 111M2801,280 60 2 108, 2 Grand~~~~~.0. totala 2118....0 ................. 27470137,20079 ,313097 12079075 .. 1 20. !u 010840 p2 10 lie 2M .880 31, I 1 ,0. 104581 0 108..00 9
100100.4 10n 168o~ 1.0.10. -0 16 6.40 8688 1 08 090104408.





STATISTICS 0OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 1-14EAPITUIATION 0OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM. THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF1 CLkS TAM RAILWAYS (NOT INCLUDING SWITCHOING AND TERMINAL COMPNIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 1.4,16 (DO.41014.o .90,601 e-accp~i


Lima &.:t1, S.11 M000 006 otto- T
INCOME ACCOUNT rFIAN W3ACOT


Fail00 09200 .09 T000 *.. 3,1.0,3 d.4.9,2 11 .... ..86,... 151,? 7 10
Nel8 r 800 o N,00107OpogI r 14700,u 144,1,1143,91,5 5361.033.570I .80 0I.. 401020~................,.......... 20 0,5 9 ,p9 o ?.
25100 0000 N.'ml 0007,00628 24,914 2),9,5 314350 ..I..0 7 891, 11 .5,6.5
1.; ...... 001140 SINCON b00N a0. I. f2r d 6from 11 ... ...........I ..........


t"', from 100N10 7,0A90 I,06 Diidn 6.0 .700, f- p .....

JOll; 1110 t-N ofoom . . . .37,777.:90

8800~~~~....... 10 7ON:0-01N000 . . 7
oopm ............... 6 12 0 4,7 ,3.D 'tfn. ~ .54
mii~. . . . 6~ 6~c2 ~ 011. debit 10 000 ..... 200:: .. ............... 7912 ,6 3M753270 1 b93:

1000t fro 000... . . ... 13i5 A 6 2 L 3 55907 j..... ;rJj775 10000. debit ringYe1 ....... ............. 2430,907.0 1350.9,05 179 ,07 lw973.29
8. 'u01,2 2 -00 t 10... ..59..5,0 25.3,5 602870 129.2 765o001010-0 0 00No~0 .


oal -t0 2000 00.. .................... 179,864,600 30.421,598 21,051,0051 57,383,1069 Co.- o..... ................. 17.259.88,1 1384,3357 W3,599-46 9%5,556.6a
E1.o11.-.0 00092010 tp02 10 d0090L3. . 5,140,57 3TT,532F,683F, ICOE T
do0007 920 ......011.........1..... 1,76,396 02,r2 501001035 A.7 Not04 09004715 oprtnINC..................2 27ME'5 602Z
0161400 .oom . .....I. ..... .2 66, 61 Add&~ Cap,,.. 22~' y. .......... 9 966 :76, 2., 1 2910 0100100 I5'l3:33"3 3 .7:4t 7
Zoom~~ Adod Cap4000110 . . 2 in2 .............................00200100 0003.
1N000 fo0 I 160 00. 000 00020 164 . 5l,: 9 7 9, ?8;2 5izl 3,7 0 66,593_______Ilolooo . . . :8:7 5736 1,406:26 0 N1.. 0-201-y P.-ing before . ... 77,3856 39.59.707 169,7 2493.2
7001 060 oo . . . 1,'97490 0',3P,763# 22,38122? 6,795,6820 000 ,0000 09000 . 1 38.7 710 90 0681 9 2
70al001 apab 100 ..................... 7620,72 119,696 1 981,10,7 1.63,803 001100 CON 00000010-t-..........0..................... 1 7o93019 106.0170 156.88,918 .
Pal a, MIL. 4 08 ..... 0.... 0 I 2...I.............d00845? .,6,3 ,3702 d 6.i.7 a In00me 801100 0 F020 r10 1000 . e....... . 9 205,888 5a69403,125 29,756,53 _17 37.6519
N0.00o -11-yOperatng o o e 920..I............ 500. 92 24A3,5 1.07 22 6.3,25268 9. 057074 10000s l'- U2 6
0, ...... :236,33 020009? 20.0 6,12~o. . .
70000~~~~~~~~~ ..101000 9210 0922 . ,0,00 rm90800.10002.......:: ....... o 7 o 6 3 14006
1-0.0000240 .0 0090 ........... 1,0539 503.103121 02 in000 tax0 ..0 09 0. ................. .. 311?7' 302299 1178 3l 7 -1 15'0 0
81000200000 100000 8600 ........ M3,64 3.5688 2:r3,6110JO~ ,011 .0110
race. 01o1.0- 0 0:500 . 9,,6 1,0.05739.8 8,35,916 01 . I .. ....... ........59, 6827 13S,343,974 P599601,3
1 000..111 0 1100 n6080 . 3,9, 37 82964 17, 15 26 ,905 6 0, S. 200.....003713,39,465.5606
Mi-ll-1, r- ..91,5 ,*.00 a00. p018 0..190000. . . . 30294......2
...... from 0100000 4060. . . . . . .699 7'a9.9 og.o
'.2 71090 10....... . ... 66 10,16 2 .776.04 1,,98160 0.02000100 . .

1_6om P~.~.250 10 o bolsf 42,. . 1 03.3 60,6998 .....6..... 09 71 70
10001.01lon 80 o 100404 48600 s.... .... .0 ,91100
~ 0118011000 . . 2,719,6830 96,90 52706 U- oeain xene ....... 23011,D 9 7,1? 43
01-Ia.1 loooo........................ 9,776 6.00 8125.2 :02.6.6

T1o1t0 l inome111 ...... I .....o I........ . . 9,76 ,149 24,9SL ,711,14 283,260,3,65loytxlou .............. ..... 2;,9,9 3
I0 III.9000 S 700LNOU DEDUCTIONS MOM pl INo1006M 0 ,.1- 92,912 In. .1..........,00025ao 35,3.8 997618 35,5.1
el0l .... ar- 09 911. 08 .. oom.. .. ....0,970,1486 250,686 1 -s;6?
II..1ln-t. ..00.0. 10 o. loom......876,3 3370,2 6,3,7 8,17,tf33210oic........
;r 2011810l t 00 82690' 0.0008 -1:00..U 1






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY No. I-RECAPITULATION OF SELECTED LTRIOS FROM THR ANUAL REPORTS OFCLS I UPEAM RAIWAYS (NOT INCLUDIING SW77CRING AND0 TERIOIWAL, OOIAIg R ) THE YEAR 8ENDED DEEBE1.1937





882 2811001 01086208 11001 Continue0d kLW OFRTHRV9

A.~~~~~. ,,la Ocol.100
N11.o ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ jae opgrtic ........... .......155 ...53,0 1.10 :1,13,7I .1c ao do1 0K.. .
o .cc"o12 .10 polcO* 81.8268 ..f.lfR LI62,1 I.4 f :*.~~;01t0c .: ....:......
Wines,1 to.. ococol .a ..88.8 .............. 4 1,486.14916? 876
hLea In':0,, loacco 521 MM.3.k L.i#L2 .*l~2 IIL 43 ,..................... 7.741, 6

P.1t 200. exponen.t a 8... ... 5 0 0,5,0 1 .4
Mail ..a .....c .qoll..-ct. . . . . ,3723, 85 18
Not V*" ft rouse opeat onl........ d 111 0 639 9 5 .063 2 ,2 ,1 A850 651to 6.t02 M..... co of a .o. : ::- :::, . : ,058 ,0236,61.
R0. ailay oeatin ................. d 203,501255 8,504,902 1,7 6 13,19,939!92100537
Bco Sent 1.000. So 28t0.7 1372,3 57.35461 24,1.1103.525.55

bat~~~Is ......... ........ocol 48c. . 24 41908,656.3 s7
Rift of f-.3.1t~ 12ar00.dt.1............... 631,8 W2,2:1- 68 xo*--&o,,ng ....6,
Water, 200 n. f .ra- i .I lit0- t oo . 9 1
23c 7ot 4,5!~f F...JS LI 4, 15rli 61, 'no mAf -o ...........6



Join f.11a7 rt Inst.. apr o ... 513513,.915 IN,515,011 l965 3,631 949. lacd1tO -9rta rod I2 cza58 82,
Raloop5* Occ~aO 5Je 28 62,00 77 61,18 -00 Thalh t ...... . .... 21:371 21
Total. ne.t~ c 1at 0t8................. .1,97 0 13,5T05 5 ,32451 92,11852 .. ....... Io o r.t.c.. rcc. . . 2 ,652 1 31, ,04P
0,oa 12* Beo.Or~ t. po ut ote r2 ,91 3"
Nat~i .co ......... . . . ......
m at of aO 16 ~a rs-d2ab ho istI pr s. . .. ... .. . ... .. ... .
Rnt fo 12 tT. Meta ..,I c..... . ...
7900 twM 9 83005,02012. . . .
Pont1.0 1t01 5O Iccos. . . . . ".4so1 ...0* s i. .............. . S~1'1
Join .1 cat 10000*........... ......... 3.31,1A 2 114 %A 56 -07) M~igc0I tod b.800a80 21 .11IM:oc. . . .2 3~o.r
0.$"2q staion tri, n ba cobol ,948 101
Nat ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ............ :c31o4,. . . . --_______________________________N at -cr ........l ....... . - g0000000 .lc ....000 .... ...............k..0 0 ~c .. .. r2.19020
101. 10.11111 operti0 1010n ...... ..t... cO. Z421190428. . . ..... 122,925 432199 2,4,684
NOT001 I Toot MO1 OR010510. ~ d L/"- .10u".........38067,31- ooocc 2,1t87c 710r. J'3 :flk7 99,3261
A.1 tosa 2gelfitib or0" 0 ..0. . . . ... _______________________________________8.0 cot. . . . . &..i~~iu L 3a~ L...J.......0. ..10 .....cr ........80...1,.00.. 0Oc.80..,5.1.....8,.01563 1,532,6224,55,a$
Sot~~~~~Poe ..11 0.1.10 ::00 . . 1,5,3 3,6308 1638 08865
R& ay101 oprtn d~rvas ....... .....Iten$s.nld~g n te Voat 0:102111
WI Njcoot ma:o In0.0 IN:0 1................... N0 6810. 1o col-, R11* Ors00gr.0.118011.. T1rOo. 8
IN" toln 10".08C~o . ... IN: roao'aoaloo3olc0 001V00 c.129000 29 220 9cac aio, 7 5,138.
Not.0..... from~ Milr oy para ti ~ ..r ..... ........ .51 7,32100. 6,56 6363Ttl1 4611oeaig_ ...... ........ 2O491" 6995 ei765)111







STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. I-R&CAP0'ULATION OF SELECTED1 ITEMS FR0OM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF 00A" I 811116 RIW.w (NOT 100101)150 SOUCIIIKN D TERMINA COMPANIES FOR90 THE1YEAR5 ENDED8DECEMBER 31 1500


It- Total, .1 Vent= ,60di.1 $.at- t


RXIX a 50001.NO 011SK Maintnanc o0f07 $17.6 03, 4.07110.5
, o t f .. S0 .l e 0 1 07 1$ 4 .0 6 0 1U r O 0 0 5
c.1* 0000110 ..........608i

13,4"40 .. anon.. ,o ant Ion..~~tg000 ho
n o .n o i to o O s o o .. . ... . . . 8 0 "' 5 T3 9 t0 n0 0 9 a t . 0 6 0 5 0 0
00o 007 .... .O-00 .. 50 0 S.o. .......60 .15 56 ~ notion ann.ffc *04 04 ln-. ................ an3.0 000
O nR o ..4. . ...0 1 0 0 0 0t 0;0- l0 0 O f l o t O .1
8.o r r6.o -1-nn -,. .: 1:5 000, n 00, 06 1'517:o N7'0n-00*0 A00
007000Pow- Sobn.--"o'nhtn Scan .... ...... 2a 060700600 . . .
onno'nona .on ....6n7n ...-to oZ~Oo Ot-n ..... -t 2.-,7 "3to 91Sn~
v00 ... .00.'...a ..~nn pat. ........~ o 606I,?~g . . .~9l.
000064700 pn n.. 2,o.~00oS00n-0 6,3tft Sot
.... ...t...... .........IOO5000. ...... 0 To 2 6 9"6................... .m:1
1600010~2 a,4 7a~y..ocol~s-O00 In ....................1,.6........ 1,60
0500.1.0 aonIckpp0O~a.0P .::: 0.n 07:::. '2 'P 3p44OO~tP
t-0 .......b...... 6171 31656 2061 W6
7c .. .tme a....t. to44t15. .0. . . . .
Znt a nd ;cOOga0 -.h0- ...'50..n .........t..7 0070.00
21 76X 5 a
8066000,~~~~~n 9pat. 70I oo000*.onon .c~. . 2,0,7 ,...2 0,9o Ot...t.70010 .... iii
006ea. ittt. 0% o70-000100-7f a506 .71.6 1,5 70 5,5 01tto. O .. . .
:."00, 000 .an oo0 PO-500 1 0-1-8 t01ook 0 SP1k l i.0 an 00.1 .400 tm a- 0co o . . ......587.Z55 1
Bridg : .... I ........Coal.H9- M
I100 p~05p0. 0.10t0 add 00..........71 27 ~ '110000611000 15-.plS~ ..........8,5 O
...00004 *SpOtrack.-6E fl0004100-.7000100 Scplant-. ............... . . . .... . .z 9,97

lt..-00de 00500 700s S~p oaoi ng an a-don 01-.. .. . .... .I. .50 3:7,60
Sta-00050 Soot. . . . . . 1900937 10 .00 2,13,3PnOP.Ito0000 ..07 .........050t~.......... ...06.0 2: 995
%,9 MSlloaO.0000. . ..........- 9 1 3p787'
0l0..4p00LSl0.-T0o 8000010 Spadt. . . . 116- 1.......
track~o.S O .- 0 ..So .00 0 . . 7 .1 .. .I. . .. . . -3
dno y .............05 t . . . . .8 9 7,65
001..000 '000 . . . . 92t70 3,669, on55 p7 S. 6 no,0, 00.0..... ...5999MX
t1 ... .potoo ..rP .o~ o pok ........11011 4 7015 50700005...0100 0. . . 9 4,17
tol..00 00 .1V- 000.00 ....... . . ...11-2,
.........o. . . . . . 0,o;80 00.
Otto 26, .n11.07 01010000 . . . 1965061613?75 ........ ..0.0..... .. . . . ..
0 0 0 .7 .o ~ a . . . . . . . ..~n O r o . . . 6, ;0 0 0 0 0 .7 10 p l .S b . . . . .... . . I . .
O ~ "'to 500t tr.0S.0800000 .0 01 5015 31 ":, 5 a7
OtO P 0 0.S 1.0 40 "8 10.c. . ~ mad Io 90i .............

Oa~~lool..-707442 -~~tS 000000. .ldUP11........ 5,190,0 61066.9 an106205070,0.. 5 oa 00t000 S3009 Maa 31001S
Ina0-0 i00000 .0..0 ......... ...... .A 1 23.7: "9 9,,20 Real, ... p l.,-0a ean d 0070 . .
00100..anOl6 Scooto. . . . . . . . .................
001004070000...07 0 0 ..... Spool8 -n -I. 'tl aa r- ., 0 . 0.....
0a1000..400005510..7000I 070... 0.1.0......1,...
00001 o 00 00 0 00 0 000in .: 004. .....005 . . 9 9. 91 19 ,6j, 9 796 8 1 36 2
7700 1tr00k Z0 ...016.-0 .00 0 ................. 94O~~ 1~j06 6 *'Pen0. ....
7,5000 17005 otoan0tSo070 .. 105. 9, 169 19 20 5, N






STATISTICS OF~ COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 1-RocXPITULATOxN OF' SELFC-I TrMD 1'0ROOO0 TTOO ANNUAL REPORTS OF CL0ASS RTTAM RAILWAYS (MT7 INCLUDING SmTMKDO ANDS TERMOINAL MCOIOAN0F,05 FOR MOE YEAR EDED DECEMBR al, IM0


Total, .11 ".~t... 00102 tat-r l0~0 4.0
It..tI~ die,00 rio%~o Imtlo 01.021,
RAIILOOX 020001700 cam001020 07000.02

..56,0 .....06 .. .. ..... fij : :139
0 .. 17, 7... .. .... ... .... f,0 .3
00105 I gh In, d.. ...........7 OO .1 ,00 fl0060,20 02.0. ...
00011............000. 1,285,750 1
...... ............................... 15,398.997 8.1w,7.8 95.Ojo5o at.? onE700 100.*
2?00-020otO.0200 . . .. .0.O,. Ir ., -too ya4.latOf ol. . . . oIt3
70.ao0095.4130 Z7 .4 5. ... .2. 67'-.7
49: ,7 1"1:,141 :v' ',Na67 0.6O1OO722 2000.. 06



32 Y .......................57,0 17,I 00 0 20 0001 ...... . .I
60,d402,65 9," Z0000 p'aoof
.......... 150 _...._iii_73_N

100.. 6a, 16oa . . . 3.1.9 23,6 50,1 L06 0071 r0 202 1_ 500. ... 0 ........

004,02 007000....................5307. 1:13j .700501 9 ~
00000003 3too7 T'. -in ..... ..... ....97...................... ,71 0 50
173,10,07L2 31.w;11 12 Al 77 9 1 5 2200 ..00000 . . 11,13 6
.~oa oO ..0 ... ........... . ..* . . .50 71 39067 V1,9,06051 0. o o taO . .
Ot tto00 0.0...7.,o . . . 19 .7, 3 1,106,33 7-1 o1 ..........0 ... 070 . ....... . .. . .A0 0,: 9 :
......... ......2a00 :j?0t0 in 000 0.1170000 . . . . 00 1541! 6 6544 13. 04,
,io~~~~~~~00 w ipap.. .......... . . . . ..9.Z5TS13 ;
T11;1~ ......0. . . . . ...-1
00702101000fl00 . . .... . . 6,7,3 0620,1 17 7,0 9la.0 .2006... . . . . .
... 76Q:190 150s11 tOool. 707,0040020002 . . . ,a
'2070 :NZ0010 . . . . 1 7 5;6,a t- 100.00 002000 . ....... 2,'W V8' I",
-I .00 lv-s ..... . ..... .... 9?',3 1,,110 6,9709 10,63,764L 0o- -0 ..0 .- -i- .............. ..... 27 6 1:10,,1
6400~t~~e . . . . I.ht3, ,,.Al 1.4391 3:4:M 9,
oo~o~o.. . . . . . .01073 E,725 ...611 I .~~ 02200 470000 5 104 006 11ool 0 . . ; ,,3
7n....10 ..7000..........................31I 192,132a
60,11 7031 ,22 76 74.201001 006 .957,34 204 583010.0 . .~
020200000! 1010 .00 004 ...110 .......... 10 306,761
0000 020..000........... 105,607 32,631110, 606,0 0. 2000000.0 110. . . ,5460,10 66.3,73 767- 6611. 03 30 2646
70008839 0-36-2w3 4 37






S0 TATLITICS OFP'COMMON CRIR
SUMMARY NO -REcA~rllIoTION OF SEXOOD inEM rloMm HEA1000241on o CLAM 100 &M& ELw* INY NCLUDING SWITCHING AND0 TEROMINAL 70N0A101) FOR1000 IUAR INRDDLbaoju 21,in


(Dooo~i00o4o1o000

M IL.. O.0 .1 .118 -o 0 0 0 .0 1 .,,, 0 0 .0 .O.. I G O 1 d "



R1 t,9 001t -o~ .0........... ..... ::...z..A....
..n Iooooo .0,.95,5 64-700 a 4 o g
613:5..oo 0ft...l-a24.
...n.. ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... ... ... .. . 36g:.92~7 0 .0, o ~ o 10 0 ,1 0
0..1 'a 0000 6: :??1 VMS



.o . ... .. 2,96 0 26
1.0,. 00 lnO..0 gono 02 003 0 0 6, 190 oo0003.00.0..10


001102 wi-1p ... np n . .... ....... . ..,0.0 63.0 197f0 00,00 lit2100 0n0,o .0300070 000000 10 10600700

00000010 . . . . 0 ..................... ........... 5,6002,70
006.30.1 0010 400110-O 90 J,6,2 6: 0'00,Z M7
7 0.14o6, 57 00000100 .117.t.. .11h9,. ................
0*00.0 -d0000 .....n.... 1R0.000 30010 60010 7:,91,.. 09, 2,0 o
..0. 0.100.. 00 10,5 00 ),lug1 5,7U.0 0..0I00 00or10 *0000
..00 00 0 0 .. ..20.0. .. ... :::::00...0 9 21.92 1,9 ,0 71000 3.7001... ...
7003 0007 000100000 319,0090 ,0076.0 73,90,0 1,0016, 11 60"1 19 0. 6152P96 0699991

.11-00 .00010.. 1*1 ...9 .:,nger -d M M1


70001 . . .... ........ 999 "a93 s9,0,9 09, 630 93:8&69 0000 h0.1 to0000.
000000000 000 000 20 100010 060t0
; 2,9 1001.000 W 2 7 7 4 o .1 .. .. ..1. . I0 ........... .... ...11.. ..0 .00010005 16 4 0, 9 03.09 139 1 9
0010.0000 0010000000~.00n.0.~:~0 000 0 000000000140 .0010030 1k

96001.. ............. 026700 R7., '7 1,24781 30.95.9 0..0100.000* 000 00000 0.
0.10 .....0000 200000 . . 0001'0 ,
7' Tl~~oO 75.7 0i d 00 -0700.100E000t J 000. ...... .........?7 19JSO 6V5
Gl-1 I 0011 1-O 00 ..00000........0100,7 00.00 1E5 0.2 010 211w 0- j00. 0000011* l t000000ia. ........ 1
07000000019,00 00- 0.0..0.....0...... .... .1,4 000, Id,01 ,
....1............ 30,7,0 607,1951 169916 58613(00-5 "ooo 01 090-I 0. 9 d00500031,1977

000 02 0... .............. .............. .1..4 3019.6 2,9,91
-,I- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 000 00000 ..... ...000........... .... 3.190. ..136,593. .,,*.
70101 511a,
t M ti s ... .. .. ..00-8 0 R 0. -Illy 00 000000 . . . . . 19,9 ,700
0000V. . ..-,9 6002 ...06 IN60
3001.000-i 0 .. 010000 0000 0,00000 004100. 1001000 1390 I.,o -d,00 d 0. t'000 510.0..





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 0-RECPITULATION (IF SELECTED) ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REORTS OF CLASS I STRA1 RAILWAYS (NOT? INCLUING SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMFANIM FOR THE YERl UNIDD DECEMBER 1.111





dl~tri~tO ttrO 00.00000 Olotrit It- #l to al.Otn.,
SWITUINT OnSDOR LA8VD XN ERVIE 0q000U (00020 OR -d250) DlIN M"0 C .0..1,01.
at... locaonl.. F~1 I er .1Ooo~~~~~~~or3,2 2t00.2~0.111,0 / 8,337 #If 17,0102 ~,oroo.i020~

otoro. to37 16.0iooitl
Nua er 00mely ull Prior. 7 to. 62170 ................0 :676 R 1000.1 1.00' 001. 00I.. O0 ,olal.. In........... 10
10 20 R- n0t .. .5
t.00 .0 ......................... ......0 1.P~t OO7O1t Rot .lt Ira~ 2. 02 r .....tt ~ .......... .lb31
so'.. mvvlo itopopry.. .............. .115- "II '
Usd10~sqto ......... 3I.: :::::::::: '0 31 1 1S0
L0. d -tO. ito d to -I ... .... .01 1tbAll
L..dfo a ............ ...._______ 00500 2:.. . . . 0, 57
0 r.1 . 1 1 13 613 91 0 00 0 0 ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . t to1t0
Reat ...* 02s 1 5norToa ... ..... 0..... ................-........... .1005oa
3t as t................. . . . . .939 1.9k.35
All00 to 0. : 1............. .......... . . . . ...

RTo .....ttt.............................. 110 9 132 -0 an 000020 00 .. . . 7 a 1
mebr11 la drn 00e0r:.. . . . . . .aloe19 011Yea*............ ..............7t,5 20,6 13 3
me0000...Me i .............1,0 5 3 1 oo..............1,076 05 3311
floot.rJi2". ................ 0040 tob,il n roto Intb o property
Reun o .. .,Ued-t.17 ta .0....01 t. 0 .1.0.01 .... .......... 3 :. "1931
Si t: f01 "I0.002 l n ..... ................ 10 75 17 010 I od Mite .. vorfdt 1.0 0................. 1 I
000. Il0thd"- 020 .1. 1,ptooti). ......... ....15,236.000 3137.0 5.5L ...700 0 tom tt....... .......1 60
23700 2000.I 01at t............... ...01 3
fto. 0000 ................ ...... 5 3F 65 u ot~~fttt . . . .15
.............. .......000 000 21000 1t4t9 Al -ht -1100 ................................... 5" 3
Total 010 ............. tO ..................... 1-0 65 3otl................................... 1,074 331 9764


r.YO 67 4o14o', 0000110 0000 b01.
Sto~~~Bo 7001700W 5,002000 1001.1 ti,000 . ..78
Fo~ottly0111000 20.010 1.0i0100O . . .S 00000 11 it.,0.Ot tt .. .t... .000 ...00............. 001
Numb., 00gnal 00001 orto115................. 0.0010.0000t OV,..........11o0n613.t
Nv -t ..-........ ............o........ Realt. 0..1 0 000. ......1!............ ......... .403e
A1100an0,000 .InoVr T .- ..................... other.................................:...... 219 5
Use t. 0007002 201 010,.0100,11005 .......... A
SO . ... .. Toa .....-.......... ............ 5 9
d fro thr ..0... . . . ....6.... 10,
1441ft. d .... . ......7 3oO, All00 Oogm. o00 5,551n 8.7.. 1.100ge
50l.0 to .o~t . . 0 .................... ....
01Total......- -.. ...... .............. 7 3120606 11000.1 o 0,f 1 01t t le o 110100 ..............7 2655 13323,9
fla 4110o-i1................tl0 OOftt.00..fr .......100.......................- J
.tons. ,. 000100Re liton2 am'It-0 Ito0raor.. . .uts. ... .
Sooh ... . . . .......... .....os:o 11tu ds -n ............. .....1 l'
_.000 ..00 o .... 00001 . . . . .... ..611 1,5no103
0000,~~~~~~~~~ ...00.701 so0. . . 0.1 ft..1 7.652 01100 0 ...........
or01 ..I.. emiio ............... 0651 730.S0 ..05 62.7 ... a0n701 .2 oa.........0 .00105
Nat1 oor o . . . . . . .33.22 .005 All5other1,....00 ....... . ...... 5-11
"11 0 IGO0 . .... ... . ~" 37 t0000 000000010 0.010 0000 . .
Atll Inms ..............................1 Tsui70 ... I.00 0001.0........... ........... I....... 9064" 1 ,5 3.63
Tsui1..................I.. ............... 1.0 701020 700Num. . . . . . .- -k
Sof170000 05.0 . . . . 00206 00fo eal. 10159 asualls tolo~l 0 . . ....... 5.1 10 1,2 -9
000.. 20150..000 000. . . . . .50,13 74.00 35,r t other .11 .000,0. ..... . . . .
.0._ . ....'5....7$S 5101 2753,0 3016,52 wi -t00.1 o dnta....... .....I............ 117 1 333


0.011 00 00.100 110 0.00102000.0 . . .1 .817,571~ 1, otlothde fo r -1.0 o roolt.n5. ............... ..
stook 01111 001.0 ...........5529 10 10 5.. .0 000...............................50.0010an0s00 0.1010 . . . 0 762~t-, ...........0, .....0.01......0......... . . . .1
m500. 7.0......... . ........16 300:
0.r1, I 1 dere0..... .... .5:20 206 212 135 Tow I......b..0.. i 00.......................... 62"19 10
at.l. 00001.0...... .................... 2150 53 21 13 .liOOalf . 11
00001. . ..o moe, ........ ......... 1.100 9022,5 30,275 011 00.10 . . . . 11 t

.0............ . .9 67 N F 14128 4,4 47

8 as10. day 10.o00r9 7esar t acquired.,, ...... 12... 20.10ro10 0.
Goo0108an 17q. 01- k0.- d000ome n ..2,6 0.6 oI iertr
02006. 5Lr ........ ..... 2NN %o01,. .I 73 ......011010200





it STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIEFLS
WUAI JIM I-10h1IT7JLAmIN OF sELECTD ITEM FROM1 THE ANNUAL 1270111 OF CLM IS J8 U6LWAT4 (NOT INCLIMING SITCHING7 AND TERMINAL CO47AN013 FOR THE YEAR ENDED7 OJ1IMBUR0.18
(D inootd. I


its. 70f.1t a,1 Mlo 0000. W~ t it". "'Al I


0010 .~ . .... ............... y 26 ,0 . ........... i. 9 --1701 bI!!01..... ........... :1, y 91, .9" P1.71,
Toa o..................~ a57 1f 8 0 g8001.4os .. . . .
.5100..4...142 .......... 0 1860,7640 B 6 2 5 6, 9. U7,L8.
70. 3009.25 *a Of77,8 I'9o0d ................. 31 0 431.6414 0'A

-9 ~~~~~~~~ ~ ~0 8 10. .............................. 000 . .........
RA.0f05 S ot 0 trAtto t0o.-ts" 81,. 3 of 0. 1,-4. ..... . .. . . ,1
0000 f 00 2. 18.A.T., Z 88,07,0 load. t oss ar00 l.)...... . . . . 20,7909204
7010.1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 0808 . . . 56766 g.5,9 9002 6,0.5 ~ s~0 olos . ...........
2.00100.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2to.(,012.. . . 168.0 o o3.100200(2000..........1,8
7010.1 ~ ~ ~ ~ 45 00c60.90lad,80......................,8~ 8,2,72 p,~~i 020010 0.0.......... . 75A
70801747 0.0..... . . . ..... *)O,.s 3p,~ 05 5202 2 Ii!
30s 0 2105~ ,. . ........2 0,7 3.10 10l 0 o00 00:79. . .
Tot0al 2 00 .............)... . ......2 162 m5 8 10o 0.f ? . . .
70101'5' 0100.2... ........................... 30.3 R .,3,19
.O02 ... .... 00.1 00 ... .. .52617.2207
10 0d.11 -k -I.20 701.7 80000 02ab o o .. ..... 1 ... . . ..710,1 1,57,81 600.41As
I000 f %..1 (226 lbs....... ...10,5 72,360: t062oo.7100 001 0.,000 .0 .0018
1080 010.0.0 . . . . . 0,77.o, 680,717 657.1" 1,oo,61o 3008-.0. t........1..). .. . . . .1,8,0 1755 ,62 0009
00520804:1 000. 27.000.0 3f2 olt .
081 10 .... ... .....8 5ob0 339 -d .00. . . .,1,1 0
7411. . . . . 1.167 814 .06 10.53 11.5l 0 0010048 . .
.1. 81 $9ql 91 0! ..0.10..... . . . . .7
00810500 "800 . .. ..... ............ 2J 55002.6200. . . . . .0-70o324.9 50,00080..80101..,0........... ....- 1,8 29 53,43,0725R660
600:41.0.Ato al 02 roa 0 1 . . .. .. 16 2 0.00.10
50.011t208111 00.0 . . 1 "Z1 78,8,~ 268., 9,290 ,11 00.10. of -, (2,000 lb..) ................... 97 43119992 4 9 4)7204
100.11 aoo.000 RO1 09,92.0,. CZ ....5,,
0.000 Ale" 20. . . .97k .5 "o 7,10 m9,7,8 67,5,3 ....0000. 0:21: 08. 00002 028004"
00081 ..1................................ ~ Ia. ~ 82o 203,6 42.5 7.0001 I 0 ota 801 e ........0. ..... ....'~ 8.996 5.39 7 T
0000naton ,I001 I004 . . 0,1,0 17000 07 20495710. 2010, .................. 1 28 10,900.2IA15
... 0200. . . . . . . q......... 3 0,:273. '
lab0 -07 $11224101 20. . . . lw,2?'V o1,411:61 $1 6J~32 300100.00 ~. 1 2,010.1 ................ .. 947 1.66 2 .39010
0. ... ............ 4,.- -" v:" 00 100...(,0.~ o) . .
7000.100000~~41 0014~ 20. . . 22 .2 ....7 1,0:1 ,2 ,27 07,R1 150 N,,00,00 2801to . . .
008081'00 064 6A5,1 00: a0 g4,101 00,0e0*f1 ? ~ .. .......... ......... 7,7~ 7,2,.. .,57
70001 gh W,2000 02 .00700 900 190, (2,00 lb.) 10080 00801 10.10 000. 0 .. 1.
17 21:97 12,1.
782.48I ..t- 0000 ..................................__410.00 0001 01000..........57.7 7912,7 310,680,75 11,500,8
49 3 r01 0 0 I00 0 .6. (b 2000 0. ... ..1 11. .. . .. . 11 .: 0 .





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO0. 1-O2cAFTuiATiwON F SELEGrEO ITE14S FROM2 THlt ANNUAL REPORTS0 OF C1020 I STEAMd RMA6YS (NOT I760LIJIVING SWITCHING AND T6IIMINA3 COMOIANTU) FOR TiHt YEARt ENDD DECEMBERO SI. IM2
(Does o~toolodolO oo06a)

It.Total, o.11 Se.-o diobo .00 o..*3. htr otat 000

87.0187105 of' RAT"1,16 002000100 606036012 OF MIL-INOP 20 M000 -00100

Foooroer~. . ... .. ... .n ............. X-3,45.175OO 0 0000000 6.3.3161
All 00000:294037002, too -al. o I.... ~ a' 7dj 9 1:797
TrolO-OllaS or... to-sle. Of To0 Maoo0Ot.at 3at.2&
"OlrVI..hO ... s~oo ......... ......1. 802,7 102,415,732 026,a7,960 0. 8,flao ooo~. 0 o~r
FOa -V. I000 ........ .. .......2, ~ 16.5,7 v0.. tola (O1oo1ooo 1 6om~ os1,~
Toto ooo~ot... ... ... 5-1,605.707 170,007,20 103,15065 0003,5 0...00 t.i9..... ...... .11 06
S00'00. .. . ....82 i56ios 66 1*:E
T01 -..l l a to. . . . . . . . .... . . . . 36 1,300,666 1 0.,4 7 30,0,0 091 35 15 .6 25 1 r l h 05 1. . . . 39 .738.31 "2,0 2.8 .87 11 0 1
T'o~a-ib laoooo .;,0.0 ....97. 6.651. ..... 35.73,31
700l.1 0 ........ .................... 16,384,566 173,150,913 70.769,076 172,060,075 3
9o..t~opran . . 10,07,1 --3.3596,75 00.57,_ rrlb trn. ..'6::..::-..... ............ i:i: ~ : 10i 3al 6: ?
Totl ve.potai.. .... ...................... 10,13 4 54 17).924,240,373 To ..eogw 1000a. ..................... ._1_m_4 91 9
Won Total100...........................1...0......'...0..1. ........... 043,161,328 16.02,767 8O088,78 1h,6q,m2
Thte1- th..00 100000t000. . . . 170.1321 '~5 hO15, 95 0e.-0. TotO t
Tota001 r -I0. o. ....... .... ............ 15,108,000 7, 007.611 2.305.629 5,631,205 Tonso. OF2000olo led........................... 1,815,302,009 530.21,607 360,960.227 533,50.1
T.- i-ola.F1ghe r-S.00 ..Misst (to.0a ...... 6,100,1 1".2,44k 180.6 133,055.113
204 110 1611e 1ro~ t01l-Lake tansfer . . . ... .53731:
To0l0, P~ .... goar t01-are tf, ..0.... ...................... 10 1 5 13,675 101,412
TotlF'00 001 . . 357101 1,7 ,7 66,973.716 6,1,9 1 ,,3 29~~ e oo 000 . . .
Tr0.1 sw6t000n00 0oal....frigt...................
ft I t0......-.. ......... .00,10.9ag 92,406,61W. a.20,00 17.779 oa o-l~-0000Taot .8.0,6 0.1,6 1651
20.006'. . . . ....... 1,100.6. 636.031 0290615Fl00 Me00a-r10 101 . . 3,367,217.353 $1.412,524,198 653,901. 798T
22660' 2,75,1 0 0500 20 r.1 ev.ooO.~a00 -Fe~ tr"In. .... .... 371.7 717?.421 00251
0 =000 ** .......og 0000 000. ... o0 0.001,0. . ..e.....037.2.10 30~100 57,16.0
........... 175602:6 09,79,;To 'oasoig ...~i ooaaooo- ....... .......20 ,6 .OIO5l 14r~ 035
2000g.. ___________F~~ngrrnna-oeOO~ 100.. . ... : 2.206i 1 7
0. 1 o t.......0.... 00 0 . . 191.5 90,759,50 L 2,3.9 51. 991,128................................ . . .......,0 Al623
Work~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~: .0.00 . . . ...0.3 7001,6 2.69.30 0.4,0 60 Oo 021
:::.0000e 0000eesng: ;t:.la0... ............ 379f 7O106 ~ ~ ~ U~ il
00000 fratao tl1. . .iet.............. 10,3,8695,w7 503.9500S 2720579 ,5026,06e P: gar, --00000 t0'00600... 0.e........r (.0. .. 7 i 09fI 3 6- 233 9:0 9 7
Wor02 Fel.... ............ ............ ,5, 55 3 ,i,,6 1 92,61 3,700,021..hsT
0100200pro . . . . 0.20206To oO *.. freight 260...... ............... 19 0ozg 417,9; 3
21.00 65,6612 623 648__freight, o a. . . .... .00 ,60o s T..'.1100_W000ev sh f0 20. 0-Lla To e 00 is ~. .O --9000.1g 0080 00010 .................. 6377,01,0 0.32,30,00 0,6,017. 102956,0 00t aa ; .......... ... 023s 41,069,812,800
0600110..... 1). . . . . .''***... . .30 l 4S1iS _ _
1000.0 n 20100. . n...... . .09,705.I00
26002.......1...... . ......., 206 6 v: 000 serves000000loo, 2
9..60200000. . ....303, 7 391 7wga. ,n 1mitt 101,r 1ha 6-*g M05, 20 1oaoo .004057
2,o .... ......4 oo86 10,660 10%1,2 2,0112 . . 961300 2. 5 1 21 oo~ 0
o"a. freigh .. l .... ........... ... 9,7,3,4 892304 102001 0" 974,RlsyP. 16 oeh ...... ........... ,8,5.30 $,456284 6017,95004.?,1
loos.. ...........~,!,0 ......0 752 600657
00.1- e~p 001 . . 5 65514 1.5.,301,o 502,0 "0 12,,6 No1t poi0 operating t . . .... ....... J517.6 40 19. 26,0.2
reply________ fro________ ...________________ 1e 00O~0pea............t, 56.610 1 3
000pr. o .0000110 ....... . ...272,6,3 3062706 5,125,0 110150,1 5.0.. 000 -1 . . . . . 0,1 239 0.97 9,2.9 20202
20000lr0..... 000 1o,.66.1 .... . .... 0.10
lok010vh inn, -I..................... 23.75,135,7 N 0235,06 9,0003 M3.20,6 peo ..0 %00. . . . .
1 0~~o 11 OF: 5 0.00
....I...0....... 4,6 .2. 1 117 ) 00000 102 r060009.000 e1no P. d IUi 63 '
0.10 06000. esp.0.0000...F0h g0*'000,21lW 2.
.......~~~~0000* 0I05 ......O. -00...000 ............ .... I '0 3.91

R 60 00ha0 0V 000 .... .-06000 0010"179
Work .-I..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .........0.......0........... osoo=7 ," 72 2,5,16 94406 4.0.apr ote ........ .........1.





A STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMIARY NO. Z-WTl2AQ OF RIS0710171189 iRWo THE ANNUAL 30R0108o W0D1~ Ur- I 17 MWAyB FoR TE YTAR ENDZD 310rUn110S. 19V807&r~mi



0510ttoSrofloto


10 a1011 j "';""'6"1 00005 1100 11 W: :1 1
0.8'age4 0I0R040W6, 15: R., 64g, V,.038,11' 5. 1Mm


.............. -oo 5130 97 1.433 ,561 124~ 38.150.10 156,037.057 1,581 ,1,40 1.,76.75 2,63 33,90,6-04 971".523 569778,T37 67,2, 43358 116,2k3.356 1, E5 9,3246 7M4,76,35 2672,40572
3865 1 156A r53 8:P

6L 125-:' 3 34 MOP.'I' 3 sN 1A 31 ~ J :t o1 311'51 W:4:t N:P. 9 m: o3re,1 9,877 m 9
0.o.Uo.~~~i.t1o7:41 1too tt 6108 18;1
10,0 6,0.0 10, ,17:,
g 5015 LI t o. 0.~ 7.5 403.3
3.70 -3 1,21 t -1,, "83212 ,:":5338 9
so0. 1.- 7 81.. .... ........ 9 528 1,83,80i 19 5 1.9 .3 2,7 1.858 go 0.1 1533 7.36 7555 9.
4I 073 iO 106 1 L74 1 .5,092 1 .347,776,7F5 240.9420 100,64,118 l~ -21.6 1,1,766 03,0OU 3733,7 .1.
.............. 132 1,0,1,9 21,1853 20 14,405 _M 9p. 190" 571429I ,2, 910
Allm tltOa ...............L.. 235o7 E .370.9 .0 mp% .3 9," .3 .6,6.01" .6.2 7gs" .2,0.3 .544.20L 294199J 3,11,o jj93 1,3,"33 759726 5 ,3,9 3.0.5 IfW ,
CANI"1 S 081002. 0 50 3,00 8



1,' 0061. to3 720 a 50 ig61t 14T
0 I. L4;1:f% 1, 6,291
5.n010601. iq n ............ 5: W: 99 Z 11 13 4 W ,61: 6 7 .1 2.0 MM~o58 1' '491'7 13: 01 1, 92 .u'mi.W

........ $71,f "2'" 26,2 k.. 6m I800
S -o=1 Ry, 0 063. LI ...... 11 'i :'62:99 111: 0 ?9 t6.8 .68 45. a -, ~ I M1 1:4193I I, 4501 98:7'1192
.Iot 0. 081o1 ilt i8.1 IN9 081,0 76.0 '9, ,2 63.10 F104 113,,2 2.5: '%,1'1 8t
siqioss P 'a. ......... ....s 5,5 855,060 X185 06 R., M,3 IN 991m
~~I1,S N A 052 L0 5 ,0,22 65 16,8,0 191,07 671,481"S78 37,6 43.6 68111 6,761397 724 3,69

6,11 3,1 ,6. 155.578 3156,3 6.18 63,6.' W211,0 E681t~ n 9- 10 0
858081.181.00 ~ ~ k if201050 6ft 26,01:U 14 95.f ,T 7.5 '~
R800 .101 a 9. 00....... . 88 1,6031 U 390,3__ T7 A75~S 3,66 2,79 9.76 N 11:V 5I.6 61 6,10,0 51 293__ _0-8. 318 8.406- R,0.8 a..0 38 0.90002 U.0t 11298,20129 12952 .912 S 1 01 4130 15.3 75, 9. 95 T9595 161 0 0.
8. R10.841 0830808141 tO': 001 8918 21 "8.170 t,1010100560 1 4610 2:761 M i1ll0161k





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
UMMRY NO0. 2-A3010f? 0 F16 SEETD ISFR~J61.OM THE2 ANNU80AL REPOTS1OF 7050825803L, CLASS I287 STU RILWAY FOR1 Tff8 YEAR EN6DED DECEMBER1 88, 1W?



seesOpslating eeu.~a.,

or .00 po.165t *0.0~~r no,., Poreol to freight t 60v~ tntre 000 O000 ~ rl
operated reene reeue e . ,es.1. oversting n2-d 1".1 "11" "16ee 003)1 c .,


258200e DISTRICT Cootioe"
CENTRAL. S.00200 292800 Onnnlnoe
Chin060 C BYlm 2li o. I n 30 1,0730 l58,57, 91 5.929 $1 032,520 613,54 02,129,941 -11 41 C 5,17" 117047
1b1M &Olnne8.I. nr. = n. .2% 378110,214O 3563 1 826 V,0568 2, 3&,
382~w 5. 836p7 51 Xe al 96.30 1. 1,397.6
Detroit, 7n.1, 4 Irv0 0. 5.0 . i '11:57,0 963A. ,11, 12
4:e00 99:;210 W82.k804,, I Z 5.1ar.p 125; 4,
9100rl 1- 1,71"0.0.20 .199 1,550,34 7,806 24,036 1,576,178 1.5,75 85,786 2,818 53,073 572,7b3 97,91- 2,087,775 552.61 41,6"~a 34,s5 P12 Penn I&lslat":i.te6:
l.n 0058 .e6,5,3i7,5.5 11325-D.8.5 6,,.8 1is 2 616 11.,659,24455'j J69 .K .3,
Pentoylv06i 0 0. .....137587,8322 5,8,0 .277 61;8-~ '6 sQ 7W07 r4 M, :,7 .5 9

Re tl By. ne: 2n:rSeJre ..~*~~ ~ 26, 56, U, U7,~o2 57,l4S6 162 8 6 p"~1 24,7


201122Z8 22622 25

69 882889068028

1 6 6 7 i,,, 15,915,711 7,1 5 6,1f 15,0,9 18,310 _2


Ch. 10 2eeer6000....... ,,10 % 16 1 7 8 1 92:16 55. 2N 21, 76. 48 1,7086 6:89~5~,
Ohio PY.00 1911 12DU 1 :1 ,
1.2111 2 218 65 2 112
.11_ frd: -S;- & as.R6..: :44 N 6112 B~
21,140l 200 a.et. ....... 68 3,348 6402 2.710:$, 91 1 '179 233 r,0,, ,5
1100. 00n1.2 RV.200


orlO805 Rn 8 ,7.1 84,4 6P 25,77 1, 2:,a 2 11 1, 1
805 Atl r a.8.20.. 500 37 J,528.5 5,,67 75N ,7 8, H823 15 81 1,5, 5 3 7,IS 2.6r

5, 25, 59 1,, 00 7 W6,8, 873
8011 6280 .0, /. . ,16 1,2513 1 66,120 1215,3 2.661 77173 126 5,4193,1,74,
500 *07 3208,286'


00011. 8088019 2.*To, 51
304 6 in41 m0n I'.0 :8 0 ,00-.0A
8ooe Ootro.001 82. 0 ......65.7 797 7,3 8431 7333 5,0 6 2I,6 28258 0523 603," 00780 00, 2 ,060
til0e8060 2 rBoeo 02070 Y or o t.00 .0he8. ctelr3,137 /8. 1080 628 88002 8801000 5 00 rt3 l 200
J el 6.0 8 he.0 .610 fo r 0610 5:.556. 2.7 8.1 11e 9, W 1.58281020 08020
3/ogi &, 0300108 880 0608 uin a" 18 8080 25





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 2-AnTRAcT OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE: ANNUAL REMRTS OF INDWTnUAI, CLASS f STtw PAILWAYS
MR THE YEAR ENDED DMEWBER 31 -IM

0--A ..1-...

-Stan Old -11-Y Tt.1 A..Ig-bl. ASSig-bl.
ap., .A rwght P. 4 .11 Da,
*1 r:*, :d

ItsTs" DISTRICT Contin.0
A&ll.9 C-11-d
at.. ...... 068, $9,163,99,P $89 sop. 536 641 947' 037 16.392,341 011,3 ,IP OZ, ..5 SI.6 65 ft I
1 0 is 1371.
Ry. 0 .. ..... 176,11 p 0? 517 Gal
11 2 1 1 ?41 1,241 .59 IS: "IM11:002 61 17 1,3J2,111 499 72
llaI,311 111; 31 :16 7 1 65
CA I- 1, 212.113 4
312 11, .1, 7, '6 8,
P-111. R.R. 4. 'NJ' Will 1' 155 1 13.3 53,701
lo Soo I 2'1'L4 1: C' Hj ,111
g3 1 5 7,13 .301,9"
-91 Ry. Ga. !/ ...... 49, M6 W 71 31 : 4 3:,Il 2
1 1, ta a 9" .1:260:114 5,081:6 13, 1, 5 : 61 A 41 79
or, k-t-1 RY. ....... DO 41 3-4:7D9:7361 9. 9.300:; 1 6.
ql 2 : IQ 'Z:W
t, 21 L3 2 5- 1;1 I:C, 0
0: 1 33:1967 .433 6' 1:1 46
1A 410 3 1, '7, : 33
30 1571 7 33 .322.749
0109716" A M 12:6 1:6 9, 11 1:111:
"5 "851 1" 1 1:19 :, 9 60 029
4,5 N 61,":CS" 51:' 2:03 .1 :3
7 9097 9" 7
DO 4.7$5,531 5 6 2,.6 51; 1 611 3 is ':39":' 2 8, kq :913
8 .... 1. By. Ca. am 11
C.OpS.I.. ............... 947 71714.920 56sou 626,558 6 9091060 6,DO2,04 9106197r 2,252,936 3,292,605 466.439 6,-,qw 3 50 .752 1,234,951 946,778
Cwl- WESTERN AsoloN
Santa Fe Ay, C, Old
"T,-.. 4 ............ 1 526,621 14,159,463 170,669,945 I4Sjq7,6i3 27.669.159
--,d 1315 1 136,984,061 17 3,173 67,145,?95 62,336.iPi 10,41%.02 119,901,740 60.706,on 40 7 O 339 25 135 261 3.3".77:
138 66,41
.. ...... ....... -- 9ST 12,031,044 2,481,357 2.374.435 16,8",836 lt,793,259 3,992,064 101,493 4,934,112 6.575,7X4 1 405,65 1 ,915 pff 4,c56.53 4,912,030 "9 1 3
",-I B.A. 0 .. ........ all? 7 16, P2: U162 81,06 3 31:1:16, 36:IK3,416 6,MT9 25.431,967 12,689 6,113:11.1
= JAN S.W. 019: V., a,":... '1: SV: M
a 821 '1 Ig
.. ..... 931 :9ll lJ : 71 :271
I 1. 6,331,7 TI
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30 0,029 r3l: 39'o 56,S17'
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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMM74ARY NO. 2--ABMTOACr 07 ELECE TrMg ,,,d, THE AINI7AL REPORT'S OF' INDIVAL CLAW I STEAM E611AYB7 WOR, THE TR ENDD ICESOSER 91. 198?


Resulta of 1a-. a

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We nln at. .. 11,150,.774 6,14,d5 8126,7 8a67

y aOlnEdn T doa. ... .. . 29,,69 7 il :~I 17,5,6 6 1 0r 6 1 0l,~ ,5 50,6; a51 68 O~ .79 287
00.10.. 201 .......9 195 ,0,5 a,483d 13092019, 3,2 8
dCa s t. a- 1.0d i dl . . 6 8 .9, 60.. ...... .8 1 2 5 5,2... .3........0 0.114 3.,0 6047 .11,33,3092 0 ,660,7 7,59,00103 8 0 6 7 5 1 8 6 03391459 7 ,7. ,'. 9 Z ?
$5.527,982 4y,917,795 ,1,048,504 55,632,9615462,640 43017, 8 104',,'3359,5
C~a~tZ9 Coa92 mu69 1 69,17 --.1U,0 $73,69),677 or),51 6619'0 1183.41 291
P- ag ...... i 7 5 6 l1 6 12 26o,124l9 2516P16
nSaa 0.m 91- l..... ...199,3 P. 1 0 3.0)17 99 .32 2,70290 ,61 :
Wnlna m1. . . .1397850 18298125 71.38,179 993 31 143.3e60 1 039 979523 ?2,0,06 000351 7 ,5914195 60
go ts l t i o 1 ao . ... . . 3 5 6 6 6 55 0 2 0 2 59 ,0 7 7019 ,61 2106 ,9 2 0310 562 6006 0,01 82,8 ,,72P90 41 6 31 6 5 3 1, 0 9 1 6 5,I7 4 6I 8 4 56 1I 0


Amoo-enni 0 .. .. ..705 151618921 OR~d 162,28 1,31 .5 21080 9,
Untral Wetr region2 3,l8~ 0 2 6 1 00~ 233:~ M :,'3 21.1881,791 63,320,33) 6,8, 83
Canodla 904:00 Sa,, itJM

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12 : 4 1750 6722 92, 54, sw7,0 36 0001~5S~, 3l
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GREATso K80' 0 218000
0,8tA Naoal L.. Ca w M ....... 607,6269 91,9 860,03 341981160004,7-13 209 270,631 141
Caadian F00014 8sy~nm 8.29 O.100100
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52,5506 6 31 4,0 53

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15. 2l .. ....... 5,5 6,58 l3,1600 94 3,5020 168f 1.21608325514,1,64 754,7913,2 561,
R. e 313,4 400.00 A008 6n t r1. 9.M 2501 3.2a 65.
16,53396 9. 1316 2 696 17 9w5 606,8

102560.110 a 0nia, Coj. ... ....... 1a07,26 1,9 900,943 2.98253 -if0,00E41 136l 29.149 270,601 4.20 2,
Gand =*Zt:;8. ;..a.. ..20
Ontnt & Co. .ga...-. .... ".30,e 1,03,773 9a7,92 1359,6720 91,0 2,65 7,46 72,1 00,61 2 61,4926 21,7
OS 260 a~,~oA 8.Cm9. 0. 147,40 15.1 8 1.7 261,05 29161 w.30 -,87,j6 3,5,:1 1,02016 1,16 1,41254
2 Laoo 0001251 9. 0.af 00. . . 2,1 5 36,0 29,6 6,5,162,31 r, 5,578,594 a" 39,411614,6 181228 3,0,5480366 7,6,9
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2111 R.8206 a..1 (120*i 52. gr. . . 291109 40~0o~ 49-- 1560 1011 9211 O.
R.2 00R.110.) ...... ....1 ... ,16 13, 140 4 51080 ,,d02 1,260,000 220,205 4(,95, )I
2111602, Susea nna A Western 8. Co.126 L..,..1S8 7 6659 25,0-- 70,169 14 618,5 6 59,538 219,92 37,3 18,2
ad l A2 .9 0 . . 8,7 .6 5 IL 6 2,11-- u, ,6 ,2,7 1,716,68 6007,7906,1 37
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0.11,1881108. 514 16- 10' 60: 6 7230063388
Mont1r1.0 21 S. 1C ,. . 10,94 21,03.723 947,93 1,73 4 918.0- 232,7 4432 9,01,,0,,1 1,,, 2 216?7
W. 85*2A Ontari 01 We.- .. ...... 24,4 4 17,1 1 6,61,8 9951,0, ~~81

it, X1= '-I-- lOin 31285016 :0527 36102 2678* 6028 152 612l100 100208S851. 1 0
Pli Ell. R.. 500 4610 955100 818 90165000 1018 0 101 50,
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IS STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY Ka0 2-AS~TRACT OF SELECTED1 ITEMS FROM2 THE1 ANNUAL REPOR10TS 07 INDIIUAL CLASS8 I STEAM5 RAILWAYS
FOR THE1 YEAR ENDED DECEMSBER 81, 1937


R-QIt If Inace 00a55ndlye
r" the 7a
op15ratin rt r205 andam 0.p r s- d,216.
02.triat, ~ reg ee7end latte and p .90 redra Cc19. la -etion
xo ( ontinfn eta
aocfle I1"eo ohrge) t aqalpen of f, ram Inss hrm. eamG AV.1bl Total aharseeIs ta
end ctrpl.c 1,50 11, opaa emm Mapaantion aP.tig Freight 9...ngr t.


SUTERN DISTRICT Contlemed
C68016L EASTERN0 26810 Continued0
0659aa ate'oIllaa ly a. . #5~00 1,336.562 d 87c92 617,980 -- 61,699,404 4,477 08,05 ,5 47, 2.195V 87
It55 g & 1ll.m.leUdl-a 1100 2? 4o 670043 6399 8360.000 4159,839 12 2 2, ,o7 6~~ :7
Chic,.2, Ind1,59 l & 220, .11. I ..... .. s62 d 115' 6 2 "3M48352 1 1.9 ,0
Bg ll?9fsno9.a. . ..... 1I,409.656 3,723,271 1,9,21 949,610 g00,000 614,578 5 9 10766io4 ,o .3 41- I
111.... Ia 1e ............... 464,199 1,395.,457 44079 2,670 63,091,o~
ie r 1., 63,09 1155o4 20 :4 601:9 2 ,659.079 22
y "'I",flO a. L. C.......................... 72,624 195,365 59.012 31,305 40.0o63 355 621.230 95,599 193,150 99% 6 ~ 292,566
Laa- l.1", 1.2 o. ...... ..... *::::::::::: 3.049,645 1 6 2 211593 1,052,609 ..- 2,044.456 5,943 10,6z2.678 10,42o,986 360.820 7,141,46 750X
P_ ,_,1a, I. 29 . . 39,33,5 7 3,00,92 219?7,679 16,459,692 2,712,A66 122,6 022,745,127 37,95,10 13,918
hayl513906e P ast,,' Cc ..... ... .1.06 09 1.73.06 140 3 3 1,71 2,3932 20,26,1 445
In Sx o__in ........_...._1, 1 114216 3,123,411,3932 2,777,160 5 01 1 S 7 1 2 174
C,9t-1 1.10. Ca. ot Now Jersey ....... 4,624 525 2,476 2 0582,16 1,464,226 2 ,290.714 6,902 1663,468 14 967,44Z ,1,3 1261a ,26,2
Re I ................. 4,16320 44g,3 93 "7 1 9 17,134 21600:401 66 6 99.
2 a214,6 13~~ 172a9a, 4.9.3 39I9 4196 6, l3'62 6,2 51,75,07,6
wes~a adn Lets7 1115 91. . . . 51 99 7:2:2 1,.5319 1 561:
We.t1r, <la L 17, CaI. . . ,O, 8990~5 2:7:8 .4;4 269,:691 3,818 7,095,529 6,759206 1,901,75 1100 2.01Z,055
S0025120 DISTRICT


Chesaeke 6 Ohie 20. C . . .1,925 42,614,450 34.562,446 5,13,655 30,084,3o0 ,607K- 2,4 44.202,464 44,051,567 10337,843 15
!oartalk & We ternl 9Y, 0. . . 13,035,514 32, 715,251 32,053,214 4,455,2 3,2,2 77696 2005 34,654 30.997,95 8,237549 3,:01,242
21maO eSrabag&29em ..Ca . 687,09 1 ,102.467 990,2 2 2320,472 573,376 231:70 254 4,0,4 3170,1
Elg~a ..... ..................... 2,517,000 9 ,436, 13 7L050,73 1,2,7',7,2027672- 300 5,41,74 5:1 1, 391 3,2 751:25
90Co9 9001019'5 419,2 0 1 34 9 1

1tim-11 0951,195it SF5.5;.
Alet d .ect Poa, t R.0 a.. .13,157 dJ~9 8-1 .95Z 60,24- 62,626 159 191.098 182,622 199.002 25,4 io
A0,tBluaga 6055 91. a . 262,552 d 1 247 129,99 11S 162 2105,501 10940 1,091.602
Atlantica s Li5 e 115 .2. Cc ............ 4,59,0 C 2144,14 2,023.265 1,244,976 1,919,911 14,809 2340 :046 2 962 7402,14
C 8,rl,,to &Seatern aro1ia. 20'. ca. ...... 3,0 467925417.3 1,0 26,359 78 1:07b 77959a 54992
011ontield 1.o. .....1-.................. 467,900 3,207,1368 442,46366 .01 07 1,9 ,7:9
Geargl .10,R, L.se55 .......1a . .... 103 ,268 522,003 d 225 ~ 131,347 155,162 1,50 2,372,367 2.119 01 79,5 257,59 1,053,059
&~awll aN?.0111l1 9.20. Ca. . . 7,71b.721 15,551,120 ,0,0 4,13,4 ,2,0 96,110 9: 665I 9475,77085,13 13,64,991a 16,5,5 7 2 5,9,
N as.loll,;.ttj1acag & St. L11 .............. ......877,5 9,9 4j57,~ 52,4 1?5,5 ,1 ,0600599 9 2,4,9 ,6,5 4,106,769
W t~r f at 115,. ............... 132:62? 77,573 513294,51 60,002 11,003 1.030 1,746,729 1,4 10,433 246,4406 249,61 495,302
Columbuas 6 Or-ecal11, 97. 0 ............. 121.0221 d,3 15,1 .&6-549K? 426 613
Fltie fat Ceea. S. 0d.. . . .90,160 7,111367 26,2465847 2 1I 21 782, 3 8,53 30,0
955168ar t1.10. ;nltag9,te r Norttern 91.) 61,497 363 637,1619 661 672531 526, 7
Cat 73,1lZ C atc.1..0 . . . ,5,0 233,21 285,390 25,63 2,136 3196,65 2,981,9471"
Guf'osat e & NOmrgs R7. 9 .....I.. ......... 1,950 9 2 80150 21 3 584 9,0951 98,5 7 9936~ 9168 9:
0011,111. e .Co.............................6 '6032 9 ,037254,1 0, 4, 6 1 ~19
16058 &1 Ule iecp R ,7 1..0. gCaq d 19036 2,61 2,3 5,4 10,9 115 5 51i2 3,6 1 ,2568 54 5
0If &sip 05 102 210 : ..... . ... 39 83,87 02,710, di b7,0 34 43,6 413,79 197,81 41.5 36165
55555,0 6 S0 8ta, e,
Alaam Gr6 otea2.0 0 ...36 4 12574 1,0,63454 1,569,44 13419 -8 17 40 1 442,5 62 1 0217 7 51 1C31 2
R.r 5960 Fs~aS. 0.:....... 1 1,027 2 1,74 I41.051 9 4 81911 2,34 6 2,0SA
M188iP e nta R .. ................ .... .. .... .3378 51941 47 91 61732 243 86 413.791 19,2.512
Is! oles ala tern.. R .1 CO............ 25122,6 7- 23093 -3 l 1 646 2,,89 900049
61,8910 1 .s 34,,5 317 4Z 3227 2, 21 6. ~ 7
?50a59CS y 12 0 .....I............... 12,9 34,5 91,1 7,987,0 15,671;7,;1 7:1" 772 042,95 1 3,3,8



"lb raLsc Ca7.. . 4, ,22 7 765 374,692 1,6,4 13 941 6092,512677,05 1 083,309 106,932 3:,1,
Ssah, 901 hae& 50991 9 .. .117,19 46,0 46 462 207295 3,6, 577,050 7647 15, G4,214,911 471,65 40,0~5,
MCeeo ll d. By a .1 t.ln 7 9 1,52,0 2,6,3 1,5,: ., 5,6344 1b 13,80, 1340,6 4,9,0 2,3,20,1,3
995202.1..... ...at~sl10'0 ....... 4,3 10,7 1________ 0996 16940 ,76 42,6 193398,2 5,
0 F551 Sr M06041 6ecu Atem 411 e.aS i#11ao251 o 67 9ns6 1295 22la 542,5,152553
No.919e N:at. S t rseceae Gmpo I. .... tar 00 10 4t2,6 2 55,4 2 7,230,13.Be,9 9. 99515 1,426.93 1far?8 5631. Aystem.
069,N 82001052 3.13 139' St the 6athr 23Z.3 57990, 191 150t523994 3 19255.2 63





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY No' 2ABMRACT OF SELCTED ITT ES PROM TMDEAj4041IALB RPORTrS OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS L STEAlS RAILWAYS


ReSult of Inooe and

R.11say Net1 milasy (Net Income Depreolnllon Tota fodthnyea
MrrInr~ drlla a oprting ATftar f lood ad 0.-tis iied
01,rltrflo ad ~Ay.o.,.a1 Incoe and on eot mnto declared
obargesj *qu-pmaa'tflW from Inc0ome faceo.. Dmornoae 018 00 o .,Is. 10 and surpl1us In .01410. In surplus 01. o~..t0 A=.1111 F-Igh 20.415 Tota1


WESTERN4 DISTRICT Continued



Obngo & worth Western Ry. Co. .. .... #:?,g0 S $1$4 18 $1 0104 45 003 90IA,03 1,0,7 326
Cht ng St. Fol, Uona~ oli. A C ah a Y. Co. : : . 1, I d 17 5446 2:9 (
Chloogo Vjloat 855 'l0lS. 0. -.... ,355 8,790:661 N4,5 --,584 76314 05 0 608 26,9 1022 3I:309a :u
01101,Mlok t. Paod & Pacific 14.1. Co.5,0.91,326:?a1:L
Dul1u1h, kuasob. & 1101 Ran0ge By. 00, ),........ ...... 3,643,123 12 721, 2 11,143G,313 $0.~ 1026. 50475- 332 6,4,-o654A 9 4 Z
8,425,1 62 00 920 39 2 14 Sso 1:1 37.360 S2 I, '4 1* 02,69 8,53,
Or*%eorter 50 1 W R. o.... ....2,6 17: 3.111 18 15,750.99 1.813 3980 '09
LO. ~oll&111.181.1 0 . : 10001,38,9 1,38 .667 n:102 1,5,251,114 7 V7 791,273 735.375 3,1 -:! 0 91
li~n~P000& t.LO~s1414 C . . . 1Z'8 010 ..42.8 3R~, 582 c 4,163,219) ,013 1428,7147 419.7 1.1 .3 12~ 7,713
501t'..en 7501160 0o5314:n 3.29,0.651,9930033,49 2 2
Spokane,. Portland & Seattle RI.: Co. And ATffIllat~d. 2 3.2n9143 -9665 J, 8673 3539,6 32: "1 69 A, 2663'' 15,:30,.
Compomle............................. 642,327 1,537,357 d 1.6.63 197,207 23,55 2,161 4,076.227 ).9,49 1.9.65 74,671 1,052,366


Atohison, Tapes, &Sant1 F. RI. Co. ad Affi1 1.100
Comp,.I. 1,96,27 17,077,111 7,659,4o4 11,319145 11,060,760 5,320,300 146,734 66,031,421 81,5149,590 23,717,795 201735 443,77
Alton A.11. Co. ...................... 1:127,455 712,057 d 1,010.541 358.643 g0,444 5,079 9,160,774 0,1432,732 2.607,509 2.275.2449 1462,758
501h 80 Sout0I 13 326,1496 4,907,21 '4,901,al 3,1416,774 96' 26,791 417,80 '5119 6 8 15,60,7 14,434,219 31.,
Oloao Burlington & Ibl1002 14.1. CO. .......... 7 ,:,466698.1
35t7, R. . . 161 MV8,? ~ "66 210, 667,066 32,744 ON 2:97 :71; 2,7
Denver1 Ri Ora1 g 5008Iso 1.C . 2,179,587 d 2813 a d545q 14 1,166,741 a,~1 9 o6 ~ 16. 1,871,771 4,204,726 2,264,0
near. al a1 Oke Ry. Go. . . 317,7 b9YS 19.1 10,05 5, 61,,M 1.46S~ gq1
80,0. Northam0 Ry. Co. ............. 107,680 56,655 2609 10913 230,000 27,14' log 326,3r41 1, IN?.
Book Island Sys10m:
ChIosgo, Rook i land A G1u1f By. Co. . . 180. 51,520 1 12:4,4614 17,0 1,134 2,246,444191,0U~~r
011.8,BOR1.016 Poli I.o............415314 3~717 16,19 11,755,r- 22,1415 40,307,292 39.958,1463 13.86 1, 12 qq 414581
N4orthwestern PI 1 it/0o... . . 060 6 1 01 1i d63,1412-- 1,676,143 1.11 ,3200
8086.0 1010 o.n.... ........ ... 661,56 252,7 2,21380 4219,0,78 1,5
doO P00ria & WesternRR............... 17,1 39:19 '5,89~ 7 473
0,807.110141. o.101 1. ose 100 . 1,214,16o 22,886,260 17,655,V686 1 17,322,249 1,214,698 36,242 67,828,617 614,604,191 23, ,031 14Q,17 U1S Paifi o..... ...............................1124,91 6,42 6 8.1 341~5 .4031,17,12371465 38''06,114 7,10
esten, Po io 14.14. iCo. ........ 770,075 d 0401 653,330 2. 2,0 12 17 8,I8097 7,016 650 72,10 3,8:


Sar1.11gt08-Rook Island PLB. Co ............... 71,253 8 104.693 d &66.876 35,915 -- $92,1453 277 461,360 442,1427 284,100 261,288 5145,389
Part Worth1 & Ri1o Dreads8 o. O .......... Z'351 d__ 8511 82 120 684 233,3 9380
at:13 3ou 10 San2 ..a 3,11623_g 4E 26,11193 7581122
1 1,3,7,01 212.M. 11 9514,867, ; 6
8'o Louis-Sen kna.001000 R. 0 ............... ...... a5 10,. N14,#23 1. 4.8 1,9
81.~ ~ 101,80-,.10 .8 I o . 61 102111 352,969 570 9 66, 395 9 .893; 371,272 5Z3,5
150. 11 0u6mR. Co. 801d Controlled Campan11es ... 1,08,1485 3,371,2 86,2 425,60 315,00 2 ,830 313 ,74,660 5,67190 1,938,023 686.i 2,471
loo 1,114.. ..111R C ..... ... 222,74 832,040 637,7925,3 ?3118 139,265 27 103,6 506,97.
Lou.. aa & 168005 R. C .......... 13,6 1,216,265 609,825 18613000 313,168e 1,802 2,460 W6,9312,1351,50
mio82an 8,1, .55 06.'soos RI ................ .32,5535,991,5 10,686 lt52 51041 5147,9541 135,40 33
Sl18d .1.1.1.00 . . . 16,5 654,5769 1214111 2 ,91 07 93130 32,6 308
W1080-~1 & 60.3,0.50 BY. Co. . . 36,91 12,857 21,136 13,070 2311371 5 14 593,21050,5
1 117.9 759 17. V7 007
Missour1i A.-Te 14.14. Co. and Controlled C;;ole~ 2,37,3 2,96,9 d 1.624.1477 1,21,35 ,7,16 8,71 15,7, 5 13,9 .16 14, ,2 14,26,d

B2.80.081, B0e Lake & w-ueo By. Co ..... 2,462 316,225 5,3,5 133,148 128 181 1.111, 42,263 ,1 6 5
Ue01 P.o~fIw% o Br Co o ......... 14163 173,37 d4 2-,4.0 1 9,0350 14,2,3 023: 5253 0 2490
11e. Ors cific R.010 7 0.......... ..........2,16,73 2.68719,-053,219 '910 401 1 .03 2.0 1 : 0918"V"
1.0,0383 &~g P011 140. 90. . . 34:, '5 565,70 O6 3
8011 80100.1, Texas8 & 0010 11. n. 0......... 2 02 d, 1.ibfl4e -29 331 196 12~6 29,11 15.2 .,5,83
800. s.o 110168 8 210- 20283 514 03,249200071 3,
la.nsU r-si 11810 Maxi. By.... ........ 2,0 20, So-50,4 28 10
Telas~ &11?&*tri ~o RI. .................... 35,17' 86, 306 59277 149,332 869 ,330670,3
6011,1 P,97,7: 17 12,83 936/3
81,l Ry01 80.or ~ 0R.8.06M210..16 T. a. 0 .4 0 n .. .................... ..... ..3, 076 20614:1 d~ l 2,19,5 20,896 4,3 2 90421 2.2.2 ~ R~43 67t~3 1:3:~
-A ok 11,11 Cc 16 osoo ...... .. .. -0 01 'g.. 70020 3000,16 30 8 1 0,1 97
18013'5. "aao 801 4s88AIo,6.nA.C.711.iob~.cddJn 0 37.10u. 1~ul8u..-.o .8 0;418u1kO0-en 4 .8.o ~A;.1 800 P146. 72,1 1 :6 1 ; o
i hmea. C~yA~o, &So.P 7 0;Gl,0116 at .7s I 0;08P 080&808P I o 49,3 : -. 5 183Z.91 92.5330 3102- 11 571
at Sot lp...- C.o C1. 1001 Affw0er p 01 1 o~sIohsof 4.G. 11l,)810081 148 1301818. 8
8,8hr Pa1.0 i S81.1y 812,e 810 ot014 ~~. 81.111,8 4j.&2401210 o
fle 1. 80. 81 8010 fo2 do1s 2,22198. I8,( 4.810 67 foe 01 od 6 0135 91p~p4tO0 1,2 2&1 8771dndo P~PIO~O f140
208106.. ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ :131 301.0PIS0Seub~ os l ,186ls8110055185






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 2-AOTRAU OF SELECEIT EMS036 FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS0 OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS9 I STEAM0 RATOMATB
FOR 06 THE AR1 ENDEDDECEMER RI 1900




OlotrIct, ration And ,',iiO =1o,4.1 T66. ot 008 tas1, *aaa1601

Algind1 t.40 V1 -1411171

O~ *600 a00 . 9055,6 1956,0 68,2,0 490 l;k0a6 ~ .~ 49.'r.047 1-.1504 56.763.7M3 1I976,504 ""4 69.0
bWA. If10 .. .1 5000'A IN :0 392 a:0 .' .101W11 .1
.0010a*000a. . ,9 87, 593,6,8 ,00312 2 2339I 73', 947' 1.215 73,307:717 :-c91"26715":k' ,03,9,$
lau 6 00. ..... 0.902,)30,483 11259.743.)05 10,162,083,796 431,199,692? 930.021,607 1ot,797,713,612 145,617,901,425 .00970 3--50.035,0W4 12.967,83.&6 .01877 98,17.,K 51.667,29
PoaohaIda 010.1n- ...... i,5535.0 066,0 ,617026 1100016 l1202 73 !~7 7556 1706.001 c,,614 3231:1 40, 5, :0O1j 3
0010.rga .... ....12665, 03407,'366 9,0,7,3 3, 10,79,9 I,,2. ,93.os
OaiOrO60~alo ...... 0,666.101,718 502.679.507 5.169"057'6M 200.065,962 360.960,227 192,610,5113,549 0.0,6,70.09 71301 ,0,0,* .29750
0.000. lalor Oa~fa. . . .06,01,93 62,42,55 635,466 1277.06 12,135 1 0 7 621,a 1?65259 .0052 26,5 ..63,0 37.61795 o%16693,

..... Olii ...... 0377,3144 .90,9,11 677,6692-161558,271,2,32,0 30,9,20,9to0,0.29,1 .096,9.20.3 2,5546,01 .079 .09,

Ala 0330'09 57000020005 1gg:
Ota Maa0 ...... ... 1,0.09241 1,32,50:6.269 1 1,410 343,2043 53,10,10 2,04.,39 133,16.52,214 .0207 6 C5 A7 6A2058,91 o2169 179015 9 0
An000 6.oaa t ..... 26694 13 22.6,5913 .0,55".8 1,5.34,949 3,601,720,909 13 .145 492M0056 24,5.14,121 .0179593,6,98 9.1.7


Oa, o ToWaaf 02. C'. 0, e 3W, 97600 1,32,2:00 .0121 01 17 10.
0*S610 I .11 ,~ 1 0,0. 0 3 1.11,3 4964...0 1,1,7 15.0,1 12.,091 19.00914 :11 ,
)7"550i 12 52 6372 a2,6 526 05
..~a ..020 A ... 0 ..50 56.981 7..7 .5 4 60,5 2, 350 9,14 1'0 1,13 w3 665,50',67 5J2
-.100, .0l- 000,0 ew 0.0. Co 21,0.0 70480 24&,29,7 6202 9 202617 ,2,95591 2.03 5,3 .01271 37. 12 1,03,5 901 .2166
8000 ~~~lO 0.. .. ..1 3998842 2,3 0.3929 zr 312,42 0?an

202060100 ..0 .. ... .1.3.1 1,091 3,51,55 31,$67 10,5,9 1170,161 123,61 5.1,4 .011790 J6~O
O~aA6o OOOooo 024 5 .
001t.Ota, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 1060006000 oo o. 2 19 2.02 14 302.6,6013l' 723 76.9 .615 010.9407 7 .0117, 1
060000016.600 10 ,6:o0 9 010 14,4, 510,00 5547135 7,0,1 636.017,008 66,32,0 .01157 60 -g "' 6" 2 05 192
21601124 57.484962.
0.0. -lf1 RR C03 . .. 52 6 6,220 2023. 202,%76 02,1667,52 7 27,013 .0115 .7,145689409,1,3.921,i&69,
Ing07 0 .P. C 0.. 0.. . . .....~2 10.9 3 723.91 069
11d0,00000001000,00 .: 61:057 5:1.1-1 ,36 4.751, 9 315::7669 1?3670,0 00.69,258J~ :030 30.331809u6

1A'. A I.o 0.A R. on. ..... :1 0 1,962 1.0,12 3,515,55 3.~5316? 1 0,539 5$.729,511 .0221 1108 10372,00 9:6,
2'g 4,949,21 61,7 1490, 7 ,3,14 11g06 .011" 151 2 ,2 3
6.502031 o l M26031 1 ;,5013 .0150 2 1 15 6,10 .610132,0 9,0
08 tri &600000 1 C .0...... 1. 70,56,08 30,7775,513,960 41325 31,546,000 76, 27,00063~l.00 .00903 5111.0 00 0 .267,05
.105o6 .6 .0.....9 5 2,66,. 1 377,909 7,1,61143 .1 3191596 22.13966050 719,14 .015 16 21 94ss 0 75~, ..195 0o,3 ,9.1
I.,006 Ahoz In 00. 1n1 0..0 . 71 116,6 0,7.62196 6, 665 4.36W 12,70 10 400;31 20 1,700 2,,1".;:1
9.00 00.Y910 02. 00. . . 1c,5 6 5 10,029.63:2 Z0 '00 M66~90,1 .00728 2,446? .0166
010000 1~0a0 0.01,. 24.. . .0,46 2 ,7 1, "100 10 ,107 1 oil .001 lplo~~ .0100 03550
01 n*926 0,0 I0611 02 0....,, 1,6, 0.0 5,815 20. 17: 71 ; 03 37 6 5ll 1433 9., 19, 0 .01
5i 1.904,378,214 0 6001000U.9
1098 2.* . . 3, .711 ?:0 6t 98360 0.00 0 061090 2. 679 .0093 26377 130,56 0 o,94
0 01....'... 358.54 6 6,13,621 617,0.17 12.39, 5 1 62~,55.15 .01766 43, 00 61 .012110,2

N00, 000063 00 02 ... .,667,359 4,6,4 3,9,06 10 i,2 %,2,0936652.6 W 79,050 507.7,&4 .01092 1 27 4 28,l,,194 I00010,5
0.0.0 49 05101111:' 0.0I 006189 3, 6,255 0184
610000 L00,6 E,01. 0000810 .2. .0......00 60 1')2' 029,2: V0,79.07 :014 697 6,35
00.80,0 l4O ~. 0 ''~~6 9 9 71,0 14 '99:5"9 39Z90f~ 60 6.16:827 0060 296791 611:60:6 :090 ...1
0.6.0. . . 53.3 11 2 61:51 a226, 1.690,010, 0,3 2,01509,0
? 8,4. 1008 Q.-l,. 07 00-0,01,6800 0a S 2161 5na 31 ol,,0.10008.0007 351 z 1I
06 .. 40 0 0002 41 10,4930
P .1. OmlosI nUan.9o &1:lo to. 6. 8009815.15 00 "6.11 00910 9.0100 171,061oL 4 625 214
1l.0, 0 .0 0000006 0*00 ..t 0....4160d00,.7,42111,3 12610540*07 0 6 96 0 .118a .0.o 00911016 0 6 7 1050125


CpIool RM O 8 1 7 3 5. 9i 6 .. 15 29 .40 1:0 -139 5'12 01 090106 0 0 07 2 w 16 1 003 'otatro 006':5 :0=521.
100, 1.8,010,0 lt01- 7, 4 646500, 839 0710,2010 20061749 10 9066A5 141,722 18 .to 01412 1,26 Z6-O 66; 000 10





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS SUMMARY NO. 2-ABsTRAcT oF BELECTpiD ITEMOS FROM THE ANNUAL REFORre OF INDIVIDUAL CLASS I ST2818 RAILWAYS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEM13ER 31. 1IOU




Fr.ot Po20Sl
2820000Zpl 010201 0.000
120R:,.- 260720 2R00 .. Ross00
Ditrct reg. ..ion ~ and6~ "11,2,10 65266 7, 692~ 0 88 .5 .26J,8 1,5,6 To.8.02 207 Gros 3.66.0209 1,60,2.01 a0 2r aa,,01
OhiO.20.igh Tota 200911 uses211 2 05,5,9 6, 8__0 3,9 597,9 P
0e2,.Ort, -,1.d0 "TI '.M.-82 o2560 8 .5,, 0 ,
%-1 soos, freigh is10 be.m ....2t/ f. ~ 1.o
~ 1*9 3,682,626 200.6i6 3,885,100 1,173,0721,7,975- 165311207.61 01228121,9 018



,24 44 416.: 9
Or5 15 11 .2 5 93 1.12:8 imos:' *
Canroal 2.. v 01 5.395 Jo0n 68 :300 12 12,.7 7.2.3
mactam 0.000 7 .0. . . . 962 31 52 p lts5 2 ~ d ~ o 1 1 5 2 1 5 ,9 29O5 .0 81 OlV ~ I~'s 0
W ~ eioe 8 L ke 2 1 2. C . . . 3 331 53 .12 0 7, 95 6 15, 7R,65 1 5 2, 0 1

700 2 325Is60 le 1,"*5 5:36 3.0IM
1 7:s~ m k 66 Tl ~ 2 2 00 2 0 2 0 'O
"-o u71k & Ites~e.n 9 i ........ ... ..... 8,8 2O,1 3685,603 ,7279 17976 6.6,i ,0,866 .01799 8152010,10
61,52,5 is '1 1 104 1621.60, 11:284: M,
222 0032 1561 .9Jr" 75 '7G 9,
86- y l ..a. ** :::::.67 327 26 l 2 021
01.gilveniiPe n 22.r Lins.. . ... . .92.357, 9 01 55,98 5 11276.0316 2 5.80,0,056 30062 17 23.007 10

80.21000.02,0 232.,2. 677 6 0' go 22:i 6
At2te&8.0FO~502 25 5 .7 02.1 4 5,15 '.Gu .0s660
A~~lsotim 3oat331, 2.09C 12,L50.Io7 72 4 7.22 2 28d1, 1 .0&7 2,696


Loieil 26011 .2 o. . 5360 77 20086 6902~7 3,9,6 6556.oO 160,365 03,150.201 .0079 1 :91 9,61 62,0,75.1 ~ 6
Cho. 1,102008 0 01 2. 06696 1,0177 5,2.6 0,71t1s 5&5. Ohio,56 Ry. C5,52,2 606 1 ,6,5, 689 0. 16
w10,12. t Cost 22 s. . 562359 1776.6 5 31067, 9168 91 91272.0066 622 0,6 .060 53673 13,2 *0~ 0 75
M = 11ie 22.) . . . 2 3252 6. 0 600 ,9,47 25,~ 0 57 ,2
fois Ky.00, o. ... 100 60.8:; 26 3,66,02 1,2 6,778 07,26 SO, 2,3 007 05
9t,53.99,al 1~53,5 116.273.53 7. ?09 :66, 5 1 ,06 ~ .0116 12:5t 9~6 .0150 6 ,5

Aolen. Wes 2 oit 0.2 00 ......... 65,7,12 215 .1. 1, 6 32,% 2.7 09 26,706, 1,701. .5.5155
1000k 800o 02 C . ... . 2,7 20 177, 4102,9 .0 68 6,0 2 ,0 5.7
G:!Oi~ A 102 C .. .... 25.8 2692 606 551, 41. 34.0 3,72:89 .0636 16~1 65 9 167
6,12 68.RC A2 0 2.0 520: 5 193 6, 9 0 2, 1 ,813.91 2 .01 132 2 1 4 9753 .01,3.

2051,805 .8 0. rma o . .... . 25:184,6:7 61,9520 66 22,3,.2v ,3253,6 142369. .0021 3786276 12 ,0 01
2a m 0, .0 8 0 O e m ~ e m 2. 0 . 1, 8 3 6 6 2, 9 03 482 ,6 1 -8, 21.0 03 2 ,5 0. 1 3.0 2 6 2 0 ,2 846. 6, 6 6.0 56
6~3 -17 1910 ~ ~ 6.5~60 .



AolOoh. &02100 212222. Co)26 3,6 S .0 2 98 ,03 09,096 52,76 33,2,60 135,3 0.0 .86"9 .0 t1 4....o
Co 1s00. 1 0 0. 000 6 80010 .0. 62,10 0 1.7 6 2' ;. 7.
22mb. 00. .'dle. . . . 7,660 1656.1 128 7166 7612,01 6 1562,68 2 141o 2" '997 49 ~,5 016696,5
'3 2.1 01 O1r: 019e gec o m tem.
680.:5 789.; 4:113:102., .910 10 150 002 2e 15A .00 20 2, 058 2
E O nes 2288 0825 6 0100 200 /2.loools.1,pg 0
2.081 y a. ..00 ........10 06800 4.0 ..20 1103 2210 100. x62000 205,722 .11128o~slS
2. alo t R0 010 .R 10 ( 050ain 22t10 3*m. 1 0 0000O.1,52 0 sol800 0000101 210 ..0.2 0
No, Ry. 1 24 We5 166at V ~ l d 022 1 .06 1i 55 mm ile7:8 d II






U STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SU)MMAtY No0. 2-AWrAC? OF SELECTED IT~b4S FR0OM THlE ANNUAL0 REPORT OF INDTVaboala. CLS I STE0AM RAILWAYS1

00-FRRTH YEA EED DCMBEl. posogroene e




1,00. 0010 A' 0001freight fregt 7000 ootete rsZ,.ofegt .1 f peO~ 000W0 5051
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ORMESTER REIO -ot Weotor ..O d
thoeaglo 8co ~ o 55 449 061666 644el54 82 Ill 51142 .01 f''~ 0100, 71 9 aIi:Et:,N :'..
eeooeole .0007 a 6..60670 40.61. ,.',31": 7100
7010000 r P. otr, . .14, t 4'6"4' 79050 ~295 I.O 621 0 11 1~1e
0h10010,~~~~~~2 loo0o :t700 1. 7,6030 __35
0101,010 R.po,~ 011 .. fto, 7 0 ,1.0 70, 6_20~ 35. 92, 11M6. .1 61 6o,00t 8200 1:0
16,007000 2,27,616,06 10,0,102 43,flV OXENOII
OoOOer iefo 07. T10 ,3, 12No7 5.71

H000.St 7000, :oto 59. 02. 00.0
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10 0010T00.0 1 Ag0,15 ON lo ,00 71,2 I 0 2,
42r W0rt 0o gooe 1220. 0 .01,9o ~~~ 4 51 7,7 ,
610216,Z2 G 6 ., 0101 00,2 2., .130004
1 .... 960 272 0.75,50 5.100...7 ,5,6 ,3,6 ,1,3.4 ottz12 M965 17e96 307 ,2 I9 ,2,9 5,1

1,10,24,40 162.97216 ,2,0 9 ? 1 9, 651 ) 0 42,347,393,2916~ ~ oao~

0010000, ,00CO.100 070010102. 00. .,2050 050 : 291
44oer 20071 07010 'M37/.7
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blob,42 2.021 0 Wolr .0 .
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.73 7 7:0W56N .15:7,5 0 10

00110000 I~ .tO 0.0, 0 . . .916 7o0 0,96.1 eoo 761,67 ;96,69,0 32010,O 000 0.9 170..17
_,t Fy.-; 101. Woo5 frooWSOO5000 540 :40,j 11,1 1,0 121 5 19, 7 0, a 6t 6,16;, 5 .51 6 16:2 ? O217" 0e
1 2 o6.1 101 0 1ro l 3 6 61 01 1 Jg 1 4 ,9 1 74 t 41 7 2 2 2 7 R 3 7 1 1 L
01' 00,65, 16,:0 0, JI : :* 1 .0: 3 01 .7R III..00 0.133 7 1 .N -,1 III

100101000, 110001 120 INo~ M. to 6.0,1 001000 350,01 130, .09i,21
4161.0093011 0.0.00.009960610,009 1, 01 101602.20,597.22117,561.930
00001 1J7 1261 AO 019
01.000213g 0t. e 0,t .. 12009 10,757,7 607 67,25400011,031 6,70 03,56 109
010.0100 ,soe000 00. to 000 :' ,O441Iotm3'lr 00 8,M53 45,6 .,5 .1,

B,0100 I7/k114 .... ....... .02006509 00,07,39 2 ,71,94619,50 ,6, 6 7,1057d 3,67.9,010 1,28619,390 .010u OD753,11131,04 .01710 d 6,561,01 119,5635
Fot -t I I. oree 0010 o. . 569 ?.90141.
lO wO~ool. Re* Io.0 3660'M 310003007 0, 3 I' .0016,7. 196!, 04tZ:004

00 t001 010. os, 000100,,1,4,2 2,2 1 61,6.133 4
"00000 00000 C2 o. . . ,7.5 9,459,69 17.0 6,0 ,1612:05,253 7,1Z 3,2004 :tl66 6.016 oa6
co0000 nis A~te0. o ..... 1,2?7.0 3.75 1,717,030 000.00 1,7,67 07.070,903 10,530,10 M0919
50052 9000 59010000025 002
61. 1021 090000, 33. 000.9 06, 80011105
00,10010 1,032 36,~,0 ,116100 60.13002 a3 911 1,25M 0. 005 1.57 18 03 .001 360, 6 0191,71

Mt 100 60 o0,0 00000 0, Z 000g 7. 317 40007 0000 000 00.0. .0 0001 0Gl900. 0 00
00. C1. ..020 ...0 ...... f6 M642 20820Z 9
1270100 410,3. 03.7 30097 70000 50 7. NO 720.4 093 272 2,1
008. C100 100 000 0 02061 7106 Se70000 0 0 0 0

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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS 2s

SUMMARY NO. 3-UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987





Totals for districts Eastern district
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western d.istrit New England region Great Lakes region
Accon AssngberAsin Assignable Assignable einbAala
Accountt a opsse Assignable to pasienter Assinael to passenger Assigableseenger As abi.e topa:ss,,nger Assgnable
and;a alidand allied Vd rl
service serviresvi services e services service a-rSics service s ,rvseelrvcl

I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight .................................... $.367.........5,22440 61,412,719,725 81492,3 65,35,248 $192,001 $.,30L0142 $,2,0 175 4$9544 $6.1
Passenger ................................... 1 35, 30 410972, 306,61 243,11,212 94,o 93o8
Exeas baggage ................................. 6 63,20, 1750 7 593 91 2 6777 6 2861 6
swaloring car ..... .......................... .57,os6.. 65 4 5 6 ,90,7 :3.512 6,2 7 6 5,33
aeer an car-rg....................... 79.1...665 594 182561 o,92 330 -62 79
mail ...................................... 9,696 96,99,18 11.735 37100,593 190,165 1665,926 67797 42831,661 4 1,64 8



Wae2rnses-eicen1lv tc451}11404,0,27-)4. ,8 24 ,63642
at rre ....................... 56762 570,6 64,891 23, 5 91 1166960 403 5 22,227,4790 53 9 30,1





Passr.oenger I i .. . . ....................... 03 10 -9,2 -7 13e 5 1 .4 0 9M4.2:1
.x32,9ae ............................. 705,273 1
Switching .................................. 57,086,418 268,4 24,703,525 182,666 6,910,676 38,812 25,472,217 46,636 1,357,069 7,327 11,716,684 3,318
Water transfers--Freight ..................... 579145 559-4 18,861 04- 33,11 47,246
water transfers--Passenger ...................- 1,314,717 1,208,698 145201 91,8 119 1,084,128
Water tansfers--Vehiles and live stock 3,121 409 3108,267 3,454 s4 9068 -oac
sat or tra n e2 9 3 ,7 532 5 o9 2 o ,
atr traofers--Other ..................... 926 704,965 39,521 169,605 1,111 51,728 290 70 31
Total rail-line transportation revenue 3,432,891,101 625,145,516 1,442,601,700 320,311,862 661,824,722 91,700,571 1,328,464,679 213,133,083 109,015,301 -47563,683 634,997,273 26,2169239
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
Freight......................................163...1 7 1411 7 7
Passenger ......................................- 4 9 0 2
Excess baggage ....................... ..........6 2 2 1 6 6 1 1 o 7
Other passenger service.........................637.3-o 700 1 1 1,1
m ail ..................................
Express ........................................ 1.....56 9 3 7 0 7 3 3 6 o
Special service ................................... -------Other .............................. 6
Total water-line transportation revenue-----IV1. INCIDTAL
Dining and buffet-......................... 2361809 -710,446 31,5 2.328,938 4
Notel res ty-r ....................... nd41 21 02n7t 23,531 5 0 123,835 o1 2 44,o9859
60,2 21968 4,1,6o 461,255 1. ,2 7,944 40,20
BtAtion, train, and boat privileges .reenu.. 52,359 3,4570 1, 200 2,8134120 500 37,301 659 1,5 12 45326 51,200 1,0o6,532
Parcel roer ..................................ing revenue- 52 a3s0l 339,84a 3378124 17,630 50 310 6 1 0,582
Storage-Freignt ................ .......... ad2,462,438 1,639,378 444,360 378,700 205,473 24,119
Storage--saggage ...........................l E engn ,60 S e- 163,241 71,90 e 14,115 77,222 7,329
Demurrage ................."....................9,080,399 5,453,899 992,2J ,634,236 490,290 2015
Telegraph and telephone ......................1,056 231,521 32,61 31,135 26,585 2,647 1,214,7 19,7414 713 26%S: 26,527
Grain elevator ..................................19,961 637,320 1 7,0 313 19.4 78,716 71,811
Stockyard ......................................585,068 8,898 576,170 --
Power ............................................09671 87,136 3947,47 o796 9,9 7713,9 ,802,2 0 ,7
Rents of buildings and other property 4,68916 3,740,507 3,0110 293,687 44,08 172,531 1,244,68 664289 4o2,7, 34,011263 1,353,228
Miscellaneous ...............................26,146,236 1,2,79100,749 718,709 14626,826 202,533 10438,661 908,43 822,971 52,16 4,362,72899
Total incidental operating revenues .. 45.860,185 36,037,645 21,935,713 17,815,288 6,873,289 4,445,723 17,051,183 13,776,634 2,012,371 2,429,867 8,872,398 7,218,494
IV. JOINT FACILITY 69
Joint facility--Or .........................6943 4,765,176 1,12 2580 2,338,005 1,609,135 398,003 3,829,73 2,029,168 265,058 974,313 170,3146 0140
Joint facility--Dr ..........................1,8541 1,279,416 ~ 7:130 559,071 232,551 22,402 1,5618,60 697,943 12,797 6,25 414,093 5214,980
Total joint facility operating revenue 4,722,8997 3,405,760 1,085,450 1,778,934 1,376,514 375,601 2,260,863 1.331,225 252,261 967,1488 126,221 104 060
Railway operating revenues assignableL/j 3,403,4714,183 6614,668,92i1 1,465,622,863 339,906,084 670,074,595 196,521,895 11,347,776,725 228,240,942 111,279,933 150, 961,058 6143,995,892 133,536,792

1/ Excludes unassignable operating revenues as follows- All districts, 617,925,498; Eastern district, $7 145,523; Southern district, $987,450; Western dIstrict 69,792,525; New England region, 61,173,492; Oreat Lakes region, 62,402.948;
Central Eastern region, 83,569,083; southern region, $987,450; Northwestern region, $194,267; Central western region, 69,194,8167; and Southwestern region, W43.391.






2u STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY 1NO. 3-ST7MMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATNG REVNIJNE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM IiAThWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERIC, El DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THIE YEAR ENDED DECE11ER 31. 197 Continosil





Eastern district Southern district Western district

Account Central Fetern region Pocahontas region Southern region -Northeastern region Central Westerni raglan Soutwstern rego
Aigal Asinle assignable Ao~ssigbl A.inal Assignable Assignable ta.Ignable As nal Assigable Assignable Lsgal
to freight to pssnge to freight topsege fe-ight to passe nger to frih oassenger to to paenger to frih to PRaanen'
servc on:! allied erie and all1d seri1 and allied sendso allied ghvct n ale evie a~a

1. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight ................. ....................685,990,760 $19442 9232,56o 614 ~~202 $421,714 554 6178,00.1 $396. 25,L465 59,9035 6621. 55 9440 19,5164$41
P6-nssenger... ......................15,02.3....6.....23.2.27 52,20...25557.. .12..186,; 7 9,33,8711590,7020,N
Excm.. bagae.............................3 236 547 30,065 5147 210,71 816 1244,09' 1,678 509,498 12 9
Sleeping ar ............................................- 1665 -o,7-69 3
Palradchair oar .......5,101 ,3 103l26,9 3 1
Uail ...................1-o 2,901,17 190,165 13 964:149 35320 11 926:5 32459 22 no8 5
eas.......................... l,3 1 '.i1907 1 59 355 1,558 2 ts 3122
passengr-train ................. 'Z1i,62-'65s ,
Iiilk .......... ...............................2,5 1,, ~6' 10,7 6..5 66 601 It. Q.756
Swthng....................1,629,772 37.021 1,538,987 161 5,371.689 38,651 8,919,810 1,1476 9,803,619 6,744 6,749.7-8 39.416
Water transfers-Fraight ........ ..............99,023 18861 9 014
Water transfes-P~egr 124,5T6 14,201 9-81
Wate tran rs--Vehicles and live stock 782,77 11:4 e-anf 9,688
star trans-fers--other .........................529A88 9,324 62117 17,158 1,000 51,726
Total rail-line transportation revenue 698,589,126 146,531,9141 234,292,389 12,973,930 427,532133 78,726,641 406225,595 55,886,686 6191,3 2,~,5 9~1,15 3q1,3
11.* TPA2ISPORTATION WATER LINZ
Freight ........... ...............................
Pa...enger .... ....................................----- -E~cesa baggage ...................................---- -Other pasasoeger aewioe ...........................
Hall,.;.......................................- ---gicpree...................................---- --apecil savd........... .......................
Other ....... ..........I...........................
Total water-line transportation revenue. -------111. INCIDENTAL
Dining and buffet .............................. 4,896,114 462,ii8 3,069,909 2,113,733 89562,11 1.9,Hotel and restaurant..........................15,587 155,002e 123,635 1648,160 238,098 392,5440 23,15 8624,3
station, traii, and boat privileges .. 1, 21,56 50 212424,138 2l~ 28 ~ 5
Parcel rooma................................ ... 195,11 !02 o,30 30s'45 55' 8:k :
Storage-Freight ...............................709,786 58,1454 -385,906 -155,0586 126,305 -97,337
storage-Baggage ..................................- 3'1,425 1,24i 12,867 16,947 54,013 6,262
Deaurrage................................... 2,1455.305 257,856 -7314,6408 -o 91,4s6 1.1144,0 -5941
Telegap ndtlpo...............,365 385 10:21 4147 16,9 2,9 21039 9367 9540 0,7 4,
,Dra e n~eahn .... 19 9 9,9 0,levator..'...........................e7,93 7o,76 99,9'a' - 9367 07- 11,93519
Stockyard....................... ............. 8,9 age 26,705 t0 0 7,6
Pwer ...........................................69286801,6 ,7 ,7 ~ 0 2527 17,1
Ret buildings and other property 1,1473,76 1,6595 TA 1,8821,7149,13 44817 25,9
misnelaneous ............................5,895,40 385,691 2 65,601 2,238,114 63: 7,51,6 0,5 42 0
Total incidental operating revenues... 11,050,9464 8,166,907 2,973,895 590,489 3,899,3914 3,855234 9,565,984 3,1948 5,1419,282 8,062,349 2,o65,917 2.215,099
IV. JOINT F'ACILITY
Joint faoility--Or ........... 1,0 7462 7,6 0 o ,3 6 2_ _ 11 7 39 798, 1 2,0,404 90,0 414921 35041

Total Joint facility operating revenue .. 706,968 707,386 614,1420 97,944 1,312,164 277,657 581,521 296,806 1,275,323 6,124014,019 4,6

X_/lwee pera3 ntgrues 1 inbl 1,34, 155,1406,234 237,330,704 13.662,363 132,743.991 82,859,532 416, 373.100 59,682,678 638.609,140 130,967,660 292,794,1485 37,590,604




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EAOH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,1987



Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western diastrit
Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned
Account and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
sernviCA s lo services ice services pr e pr. seve e. re s*f
I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superintendence ........................................*........ 1*31,448,004 $8,331,864 $11,805,540 3,474,747 $6,101,866 #1,361,264 $1,540.598 3.495,53
Roadway maintenance--Yard switching tracks ......................... 3,365,785 224,251 1,753,126 135, 99 678,856 30,170 933,803 58,582
Roadway maintenance--Way switching tracks .......................... 1,306,282 34,733 676,366 18,123 247,484 168
Roadway maintenanoe--Running tracks ................................ 29,596,211 7,1489,283 10,575,78 2,853,646 6,724,878 i,46,310 12,295 95 3175,327
Roadway--Depreciation--Ysrd switching tracks ........................ 7,8 7 4 7
Roadway--Depreiation--Way switching tracks ........................ .),2o4
Roadway--Depreciation--Running tracks .............................. 1 ,111 6,o45 -2 1,
Underground power tubes--Yard switching tracks ..................... .-
Underground power tubes--Way switching tracks ......................
Underground power tubes--Running tracks ............................-..
Underground power tubes--Depreciation-Yard switching tracks ........
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........-
Underground power tubes--Deprelciation--Running tracks ..............
Tunnels and subways-Yard switching tracks ......................... 67,740 2,709 41,827 845 9,023 229 16,890 1,635
Tunnels and subways--Way switching tracks ......................... ],92. 2,154 12,138 141 ,430 11 17, 361 2,002
Tunnels and subways--Running tracks ................................ 1,261,386 I34,328 326,290 38,51 o5,O 1,284 630,088 161,99k
Tunnels and subways--Deprecilation--Yard switching tracks ...........
Tunnels and subways--Depreoiation--Way switching tracks ............
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Running tracks ................. .1,328 157 157 1,328
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Yard switching tracks ............. 957,119 54,109 410,136 24,697 209,628 8,642 337, 55 2150
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Way switching tracks ............. 799 17,610 0,678 107,7 1 2 1
Bridges, trestles, and culverte--Running tracks .................... 19, 35608 5,019,726 5,64,20 1,77521 3,97,97 843.88 9,79 21 2,399,60
Bridges, trestles, and culverts-Depreoation--Yard switching tracks 68 214 2} -5
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Way switching tracks. 17 3, 17 2,27
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Running tracks ...... 36,415 87,159 131,336 60,972 160,017 16,69 75,062 9,538

Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks ............................. 371 1,173 371 1,173
Elevated structures--Way switching tracks .......................... 273) 1 273 1
Elevated structures--Running tracks ................................ 28,908 193,591 28,908 191,594 1,997
Elevated structurea-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ...........
Elevated structures--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ............Elevated structures--Depreciation--Running tracks ..............................-
Ties--Yard switching tracks ........................................ 5,590,747 273,623 2,128,662 102,o72 1,219,211 46,442 2,242,874 125,109
Ties--Way switching tracks ........................................ 2,50004,o 42,525 909,697 22,161 69,340 376 1,121,3 ~9988
Ties--Running tracks ............................................... 41,264,192 10,127,817 12,325,436 2,923,943 7,817,249 2,162,011 21,091,507 5,041,863
Ties--Deprelciation--Yard switching tracks .......................... 1:1 1,163
Ties--Depreolation--Way switching tracks ........................... ,17 315 2,859
Ties--Depreciation-Running tracks ................................. 5,700 1,995 5,700 1,995
Rails--Yard switching tracks ....................................... 1275,157 67,070 526,920 23,248 223,158 9,57 525,079 34,265
Rale--.Way switching tracks ......................................... 588,256 20,28S 267,557 9,86 88,067 d 232,632 10,42
Rails--Raunning tracks .............................................. 14589,231 3,871,650 4,137,957 1,185,767 3,075,047 594,840 7,376.227 2,091,0 3
Rail--Depreciatioi--Yard switching tracks ......................... 3. .211 11
Railse--Depreclation-Way switching tracks ..........................
Rails--Depreciation-Running tracks ................................ 26,14 14,383 19,137 11,602 7,307 2,781
Other track material--Yard switching tracks ....................... 0,636 253,419 1,743,097 149 7 530,377 25,72 1,197,162 78,10
Other track material--Way switching tracks ...................... 1,,9576 29857 578,277 179 17030,2 74 9351,97 12,590
Other track material--Running tracks ............................... 19,96,0 385, 16
Other track material--Depreclatlon--ard switching tracks .......... 5, ,2 5 94
Other track material--Deprealation--Way switching tracks ........... 19 6, 6 ,8 6 159 2, 9
Other track mteral--eprecatio--Running tracks ................. 1,,2 6-01, 7 lo
Ballast--Yard switching tracks .................................... 11 522 31,297 298,5 20,123 60,235 2,821 23
Ballast-Way switching tracks 28...................4,635 7,578 454A?4 3,125 3s,470 4 1784
Ballast--Running tracks .................................................9176 .567 2,350,575 3, 21,524 962,13b 2,161!,935 4 P-1,971 3,590,108 966,461
Ballast--Deprso ation--Yard switching tracks .......................Ballast--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........................ 47 26
Ballast-Depreolation--Running tracks .............................. 79 265 7
Trc eayn nd surfacing--Yard switching tracks ......................10,386,236 656,380 5,391-245 U09i4 167,9 :12:9 00
Track laying and surfaeing--Way switching tracks ................... 4,065 ,Ob 126,186 2,058,702 ,45 *,359 7 8 156
Track laying and surfacing--Running tracks .........I.....................3,12 ,841 22,753,027 31,186,902 9,105,0785 326:371~ 3,231,907 38,718,568S 10,416 o
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Yard switching tracks ............... 15;,950 10,035 50,751 2,331 13,257 79
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Way switching tracks ................ 933 5,188 38, 7 2,681 5,382 13 2 234 2,
Fences, snow she's, and signs--Running tracks ...................... 2.6.739 69,531 0927 43 3187 7 53 33
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26 STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER .1,1987 -Continued




Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
Account Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigne asgne Assigned I Assignid
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight end allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
aeyrto service service services service services service oervic.
I, MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

fences, snow shede, and signs--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .289 $29
Fences, snow sheds, end signs--Depreciation-Way switching tracks 256 256
Fences, snow sheds, and aigne--Deprecietion--Running tracks 5,992 $77 ,
station end office buildings ....................................... 11,929,992 7,6o,22 14,508.927 $4, 427,232 $2,234 475 $1,095,974 5,18Z,590 2,107,o86
Station and office buildings-*Depreoiation ................. .......... 380,310 1,0 ,266 19,5 1,026,88 4 34,673 16,68 32,089 16,734

Roadway buildings ..................................................... .1,911,141 1459,57 452:235 1050,o2 563,269 143,189 5
Roadway buildings--Depreclation .................................... 26 1,422 2,711 629 4255 59 4297 13.197
Water stations p ............. ...................................... 4,7 2S2 1,41 1.391,355 407,601 862,459 22296 46
r,--Depreciation ..... 7 65 1 5624 5, 29 1
Fuel stations ................................*.....* . .... 2,301,128 693,345 98,57 310,262 399967 107,476 g1g 275,
Fuel statione--Deprec1ation .........................-.**.*-*......-- 24:159 2,363 1,113 770os 2,027 5960 331
Shops and engine houses ............................................. 11473.7..3.733 ..7 ..4,ako,265 1,683,559 1,820, 84 512,484 4,813,1 1,537,431
Shope and engine houses--Depreciation .................................. 1129 6.676 94,8 2 49,199 101 6 13,023 45, M 1,44
Grain elevators .......... **........................................... 153,25 l21, 2 19:6N 12,139
Grain elevators--Depreciation ........................................... 13,344 --13,04
storage warehouses. ...................................................... 61,718 31,656 2,056 8,o6
Storage warehousee--Depreointion ...... ..................................-

Wharves and dooke ....................................................... 3#42831 224,766 2,187,180 172,asy 585,466 7,691 355,685 44,852
Wharves and docke--Depreoiation ........... 303,019 2,262 259,203 ,26 326 10,90
Col nd re wharves...... ................... ..........-.......2,887,945 1,583,992 75,140 -58
Coal and ore wharves--Depre.ation ......788,550 3al,61o 62,658 44688
Gae producing plants .................................................. *2,824 7,154 1,182 403 86 60 1,556 6,691
Gas producing plants--Depreciation ....................................... ......-

Telegraph and telephone lines ...................... ................... 5,798,3 0 1,808,645 2,273,492 813,479 1,160,724 288,697 2,364,134 7o6,469
Telegraph and telephone lines--Depreolation ................... .......... 4,23 1,970 388 636 2283 801,32 a4o44
Signals and interlockers .............. ...... ...................... 16,81281 7,582,857 8,653,903 4,604,2 1 s,018 641 869,536 5,140,737 2,109,o6o
signals and interlookera--Depreciation ............................. 10043 9,688 2,645 3 4 428 2, 2,970 5
Power plants ......................................*-*-********...... ... 288 113 206,718 164,909 16 J 3900 11, 83,901 31.573
Power plants--Depreciation .............................................. 71 00 119,063 61,512 105 2 8,668 1, 43 1,520 12,418

Power-transmission systems .............................................. 1,536,690 2,498,374 89343 2,198,308 394,852 127,850 247,995 172,216
Power-transmiasion systemas--Depreoiation ................................ 168,982 857,240 16568 857,18 1,414 a2
Miscellaneous structures ................................................ 121,503 27,668 4,044 131 14,719 5,60s 62,70 8,
Miscellaneous structures-Depreciation .......................... 2,511 2 4 2,511 2
Roadway mehines .................................5,9 2 ,, 2,174,001 501716 1,032,593 208,47 2,775,59
Roadway machinee--Depreciation .......................................... ..229,83 62,05 214,505 61, 24 3,157 119 12,175 315

Small tools and supplies................................................. 6, 466,830 1,564,012 2, ,054 631,644 1,196,726 249,432 2,837,050 652,936
Removing snow, ice, and sand ........................................... 5,1493,81 1,161,226 1,7 .582 42,11s 229,810 37,132 3,519,089 701,686
Public improvements--Maintenance ....................................* 4,330 482 1,070 435 2,093,187 548,o35 525,300 106,183 1, 995 416217
Injuries to persons ..................................................... 2,590764 712,602 1,182,o90 379,4 9 358,308 80,113 1 49:2566 253,o

Insurance ............................................................... 1,611,202 4 8,86 738,708 229,018 27660 55,239 594:834 164,569
Stationery and printing ................................................. 530 ,998 143,356 198,507 58133 4,114 20,112 2g8,77 65,111
Other expenses .......................................................... 2 ,706 61q23 137, 85 29:116 6,:449 17,036 4,72 15,901
Right-of-way expenses ................................................... 1 ,352 22, 9 5o, 63 9,146 10,573 1,755 53,116 11,568

Total ............................................................ 382,519,529 103,703,653 145,297,261 45,842,732 69,371,165 15.368,510 167,851,103 42,492,111
Maintaining Joint tracks, yards, and other facilities-Dr. ........... 174 36 7,63, 5 6.147,425 4,146,316 2:913,633 1,135,00 8,378,878 2,833
Maintaining Joint tracks, yards, and other facilitee--Cr. .......... 12:4;424 379,65 4,o85,312 1,9o5,35o 2 5S7 256 5931,745 133141
Equalization-Way and structures ........................................ 1 1,75 d 1s785 1,785

Total-All depreciation accounts .........................*.............. 2,829,490 2, 16,112 1,289,7 2 2,172,468 530,09 76,530 1,oo,669 67,114
Total-All other maintenance of way and structures accounts ............. 384,653,566 105,273,336 146,069,642 45,911,230 69,295,357 15,786,207 169,28s,567 43,575,899
Total maintenance of way and structures ............................ 387,483,056 107,589,448 147,359,374 4,03,698 69,825,446 15,862,737 170,298,236 43,643,013

II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT

Superintendence .......................................................................... 21:91:5 79,650,735 3,5565 1,182,471 ,907,730 2,805,419
Shop anoinery ..........................................................2 129 2 4:5 5515,254 2, 1 2 1 2, 14166 671,4 47122 1,762,226
Shop machinery-Depreoiation ............................. ......... .2 21 0 19 1,8 35 708
Power-plant machinery .................................................. 2,296666 1,737,931 1,11 762 1,28,}72 6 101,725 79451 141.
Power-plant machinery-Depreotation ..................................... 328,4o2 7814,76 304,983 771,53 91 2,756 1.52A 9,37
Steam locomotives--Repair-ard ........................ ................... 40,496,648 2,696,587 20,540,435 1,484,349 6,878,861 428, 67 13,077,352 783.541
Steam looomotive--apair--Other ............................ 16,378,595 75,616,209 65,741,911 32.590,736 32,315,727 12,915,4 65,3 57 30,110,017
Other looomotives-Repaira .............................................. 2,142,5 3,585.722 1, 62,214 2.532,475 Z.:85'4,4 o7 1,049,113
.reight-train .ra-Repalra ............................................. 1 9,2,]10 36, 99 67, ),9
Passenger-train cars--Repaire .......................................** 59,154 67,521,613 5,665 31,967,802 9,971,339 53.9 25,5272

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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS 2I

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOIYNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued



Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district southern district Western district
Account Assigned Assigned Assigned A signed Assigned Assigned As si ed e
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services serviOce services service service
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment--Repairs ................................... $5,127,469 $959,057 $4,755,267 $758,119 $169,222 $214,662 $202,980 $176 6
Work equipment--Repairs ...................................... ..... 1,324 2,27,01 ,1,32 1,075,021 1,,226 312,0 300,10.78 86
Moisellaneous equipment--Repairs ......................................... 48,5934 1,53 1 254 524 87,801 1 ,009 12, 2 16,0 ,4 4 4
Equipment--Retirements .................................................. 2,282,790 1140,118 1,6114,989 67,180 223,074 16,086 44'4,727 5692
Extraordinary retirements--Equipment ....................................-
Equipment--Depreoiation ................................................. 151,638,U05 37,554,522 63,812,870 18,053.890 31,473,797 5,1431.596 56,351,38 14,069,036
Injuries to persons ................................................2... 2,401, 9 809,295 1,1429,322 523,200 28 3,23 72,541 688,9 4 213,5w
Insurance 2............................................................... 2,368,960 692,818 1,28 ,072 321,136 25,6 5 4,390 831,2R1 317, 92
Stationery and printing................................................. 728,517 242,948 3, ,292 120,514 1,1 37,272 240,029 8, 162
Other expenses .......................................................... 415,038 119,769 175,o21 56,0894 100,027 24,850 139,990 3 ,835
Total .............................................................. 6114,997,196 207,239,253 2714,708,983 97,512,666 118,020,854 31,285,632 222,267,359 78,440,955
Maintaining joint equipment--Dr ............................. .......... 4.. ,160,454 1,691,772 1,910,989 927,365 7014,658 268,510 1,54,807 495,897
Maintaining joint equipment--Cr. ........................................ 2,551,591 587,633 1,101,767 218,987 515,074 117,061 934,750 251,585
Equalization--Equipment ............................................... d 2.114 2,114 d 2,14 2,114
Total maintenance of equipment ..................................... 616,603,945 208,345,506 275,518,205 98,221,0144 118,208,324 31.439,195 222,877,116 78,685,267
III. TRAFFIC
7 5 1 0, 3 2 4 2 St Z 7 6 2 75,54,949 1 Z16 93 302 5 91729
Superintendene ......................................................... 27,410,1485 -,,93 -,9 12,6 97 ,092,950 1
Outside agencies ................. ...................................... .. 31,914,7 5,23,95 95, 2,,9 917 2,06797 14,182 86 197,
TAdvertisingsea .................................................. ............ 2,0719 1 ,877 1,37 1 7 19,615 1,176 96 6 70 1,
Trafio associations .................................................. .2,345,7 3,81778 983,367 127,254 396,811 14,763 745,5 1 69,71
Fast freight lines ....................................................... 30,238 30,238 --
Industrial and immigration bureaus ...................................... 1,524,110 234,620 527,247 21,980 398,83 63,053 598,02 I9,587
Insurance .............................................................. 35,119 20,022 19,192 9,18 1,74 2,015 11,183 .9
Stationery and printing .................................................. 5,022,178 989,830 1,917,653 307,5 9 1,182,363 162,283 1,922,162 519,998
Other expenses ......................................................... .. 32,079 27,877 17,337 10,976 5,115 1,107 9,627 15,794
Total traffic ...................................................... 69,421,772 35,836,395 27,085,725 11,692,20 14,877,386 4,975,963 27,58,661 19,1698,152
IV. TRAN SPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superintendence ......................................................... 34,176,972 9,89a,161 16,745,879 4,806,801 6,260,o1470 1,666,24 11,170,623 3,20,156
Dispatching trains ................................................... 16,899 2 5,7 6,5 732045 2,77307 3. 60 1, 5,33.950 1,83 ,05
Station employees ....................................................... 158,625,0 38 ,983,8 9 50 20,257,225 28,24Z ,01 5,532,079 62,7 49, 3 13,194,565
Weighing, Inspection, and demurrage bureaus. ............................... 4:,34 ,11 1, 566 923 703,877 2,073,7113
woal and ore wharves ................................................... 8,174,621 5,213,183 1,245,939 1,715,99
Station supplies and expenses ........................................... 48,889,10 6,508,323 4,522,580 3,585,7 1,2 3,780 279,30 3,1,7 2,133,20
Yardmasters and yard olerks ........................................... 1,803,50 2,108,92 20,976,533 ,198,1 7,66,909 12,364 ,160,062 798,561
Yard conductors and brakemen ......................................... 106,290,786 8,556,581 5,057,28 4,859,13 16,677,393 1,198,890 36,555,865 2,497,775
Yard s with and signal tenders........................................... ,5,2 33i6, i3 _dnles6 90,14 1 1,175 83 8,02 1,928,105 237,736
Yard enginemen ......................................................... 5,23,30 4 ,606,880 3,3039 2,380,745 9,815:67 7Z3,469 23,075,591 1,482,666
Yard motorm.n .......................................................... 312,09 1,001,583 895,815 158,257 -36,16 6,2
2.6196,266,9 1,059,1413 5,8065 3614,7309 17
ard switch ng fuel ................................................... 36 ,6 2,398,:M I6,266591 ,0,13 5,390,650 6,730 1,9,; : 9 :7
Yard switching power produced ........................................... .3,509 5,138 33,50 21 a
Yard switching power purchased ............................................ 180,0 349,373 126, 397,853 2e,368 30,857 1 ,6
Water for yard locomotives .............................................. 3,275,i2 212,720 1,554,691 9,850 530,238 34,730 1,190,213 86,1
Lubricants for yard locomotives .................................... 1,093,029 75,707 509,899 39,858 216,273 11,623 366,857 24,226
Other supplies for yard locomotives ..................................... 867,796 614,912 421,772 32,894 160,551 9,466 285,7 22 552
E .ginehou.e expenses--Yard ............................................. 16,7Z5,094 1,240,1147 7,Z83,58 557,512 3,023,352 226,5 6 6.198,r1 3456,19
Yard supplies and expenses ............................................. 2,78,355 386,q63 1,482,270 299,974 493,973 29,127 772,112 56,962
Train enginemen ........................................................ 113,060,977 50,373,672 43,79,388 20,209,6 47 20,871,6 8,779,637 18,609,948 21, ,388
Train motormen .......................................................... 1,273,448 7,132,628 679,707 1,191,125 214,180 1189,888 379,561 2,18,615
Train fuel .............................................................. 161,969,618 59,225,837 59,8o6 21,285,41 27,113,907 9,693,291 75,050,615 28,247,128
Train power produced ............................................... .... 537,1482 1,195,763 2,1437 1,030,307 317,,90 17 ,627 5,47 1147,82
Train power purchased ...............................................2,70,146 9,0 7,6 1,465,0 7,982,693 51, 425 691,887 953,541 373,05M
water for train locomotives .......................................... 12 0 099,563 4960,353 1,603,635 2,172,033 679,150 5,328,579 1,816 ,478
Lubricants for train locomotives ........................................ .,63,i4i 2,768,826 1,547,218 956,39 9214,751 471, 308 2,169,172 1,141,12
Other supplies for train locomotives .................................... 2,336,910 1,127,563 916,639 1479,116 159,074 186,880 961,197 161,263

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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued


Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
Account Assigned Assigned Assgned Assigned Asgned Assigned Assi d AsIe
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to Passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services aevie 1e0vices
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
Enginshouss expenses--Train ...............................................1,998,09 $6 038402,37458 $7,4103 $Z955,426 $2,607,723 $11,822,462 $5,57,27a4
Trainmen .............................................................. 129p996#.069 62,93.8 2 47,235,116 2 854 2 ,*552,586 9, 389,723 58.210,367 25 3 9,00t
Train supplies and expenses ...............................................39,033,221 314,976,899 17,109,51 1684,9:,8,2 4795,681,13.1 3 .4
Operating sleeping ears............................................... .,- ,39 214,141 7 7 92 5Z
Signal and interlooker operation ...................................... .13,962,884 6, 30,1453 7,845,06 14,031,1429 1,819 168 532,270 4,298,64 1 68755
Crossing protection ................................................... 10,807,635 5,198,O86 7,2J4,861 3,729,231 1,067,271 381,236 2,505, 497 1,087,619
Drawbridge operation ................................................... 1,165,21 553,145 56 3,256 22,558 212,390 82, 7 389,5J3 147,6os
Telegraph and telephone operation ....................................... ..860 1,854,571 z,159,"52 686,399 786, 65 226 Z 2,917,167 941,76
Operating floating equipment........................................... 1.376 3,824,399 15,578,992 2,537,830 373,79 81,053 749.588 1,205,56
Express service ........................................................ 25,355 25,355 -Stationery and printing ............................................... 5,5142,691 1,905,762 2,582,500 1,024,822 1,o61,321 285,349 1,898,870 595,591
Other expenses ....................................................... 3,075,073 756,809 2,0o2,57O 38,853 229,21k 67,75 7'2 8 302,
Bogrin 2.k 22110 366,-, "29 L 5=2 0,9
Inrance.... .......................................................1 2 181,971 5 7, 6 95,490 270,78 ,396 5.9935
Damage to property .................................................... 1, 72b, 680 631, 619 8165,25 260,3W33 3 7,085 125,198 563,3V41

Damage to livestock on right-of-way ................................... 907,270 .26977, 69,012 6 756,599 339,294 41,29 6,661
Lose and damage--Freight.............................................. 22958,454 1 ,983,0
Loss and damage--Baggagse .............................................. .2 126,165 77,712 2 16,626 31,87
Injuries to persons ............ ..................................... 11,919,852 6,1478,655 5,993,368 3,039,890 1,830,356 1,4221461 4,096,128 2,016,304
Operating joint yards and terminals--Dr ................................ 32,77,S 20,523,776 12,2751432 9,877,228 6,676,421 14,12, 694 13,3 6, 031 6,633,8514
Operating Joint yards and terminals--Cr ................................ 19,692,070 1,871,536 6,668,52 2,392,193 5,576,328 1,332,026 7,17,110 3117,317
Operating Joint tracks and facilities--Dr .............................. 9,258,256 3,42.,091 3#,70,4 1,728,58 1,17,9214 25,7 o ,0,8s6 1140961
Operating Joint tracks and faellities--Or .............................. .7,O L,291 3,354,200 2,930,379 1,370,663 886,898 586,562' 3,241,01 1,396.975
Total transportation--Rail line .................................. 1,127,384,755 377,247,512 498,095,720 178,627,184 189,586,779 56,058,074 439,702,256 142,562,251
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of vessels .................................................
Operation of terminals ................................................ ....-
Tocidental ...... .......................................................- -.. .
Total transportation--Water line .................................
VI. MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet servioes.............. I.......................................- 32,1405,1433 114,09, 14,558280 13,747,354
Hotelse and reetaurants .................................................. 5714,669 2s079,0014 100,233 9 108,015 14,o27 366,-441 ,3
Grain elevator ...........................................................832,501 748,823 714,770 8,908
Stockyards ............................................................ 526,17 35719 490,328
Producing power sold ................ .................................. .62,776 2L, M 28,756 134 16,a 576
Other mcellaneous operations .14,837 1,370 1,872 10,853 3o6 41
Total miscellaneous operations. .................................. 2,279,150 34,963,765 1,184,445 14,63z,221 200,983 14,718,015 893,722 15,613,526
VII. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general officers ............................. ... 12,627,738 3,696,977 4,911,558 i,4J,314t 2,5114,195 651,2314 5,201,985 1,607,397
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ........................ 61,990,716 15,6 6,923 24,900,832 G,23O, 0 11,825,304 2,392, 42 25,26 ,580 7,02.277
General office supplies and expenses ................................. 4,856,9 1,303,267 2,095, 62 21,42 8 591,8 1 201,890 1,866,176 ,479 952
Law expenses .......................................................... 11172, 20 3, 22,120 4,181, 77 ,59 26 2 n14,54 4,312,11 3
Insrance..............................................................98,569 32,482 50,031 16,788 1,661 37414 36874 11950
Reliefdpartent expenses...................................... ...... 827,403 276,819 604,617 213,468 159,292 777 63, 25, 4
Pt~sions............................................................. .7124 I:7 423 1,6 9
............................................... 2,77 ..... .710,820 998,2 2 227,0 691,59 141,974 l,1s4,Q 3
Valuation expenses.................................................... ...6o2,406 1 58 258,752 7 2 ,
Other expenses.................................................. ....... .,375,1489 9 ,2,.1 6 9, 11 1507 77
sts~~~er~~~4 :az l=~tn ,7 9 1,656,15 115 b2 05 6'a,,; ,769 737,723

General joint .acilitie--Dr...........................................905,201 867,063 323,905 416,88 112,637 162,755 14686 M27,720
General joint facilities--r .......................................... 197,823 110,702 68,535 71,214 39,339 8,739 89,:99 30,279
Total general expenses ........................................... 112,527.114 32,596,372 46,1422,073 13,7o6,027 21,486,064 5,109,852 1414,619,877 13,70,493
VIII. TRANISPORtTATION4 FOR INVESTME.NT--Or ...................551403 37,1439 1,096,1435 8,750 768,496 13,728 3,729-152 14961
Total railway operating expenses assigned i/ ..................... 2,310,115,609 796,541,559 994,579,107 364,953,707 413,416,86 118,150,108 902,1I0,06 313,437,744
Excludes unassigned operating revenues as follow;: All districts, *12,1407,766; Eastern district, $3,226,512; Southern district, $22,392; Western distri o, $9,158,862; New England region, *73,15;
Great Lake region, $84o,629; Central Eatern reg on, $1,662,069; Southern region, $22,392; Northwestern region, 3$8529; Central western region, $8,973,055; and Southwestern region, $147,28.




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS 2

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1937 -Continued



Totals for region
Eastern district Southern dietriot
New England region Great Lakes region Central Eatern region Pocahont as region
Account Assigned IAssigned Assigned As~iged Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to pas enger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service ervi e

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superintendence ....................................................*******s*..* $966,501 $517,066 $5 38,25 861,428 5,3,7 $15 097 $1,972,a s $ao 2600
Rodway maintenance-Yard switching tracks ......................... 161t 731 120 773, 26,266 5 36,66o 286,7oo 11669
Roadway maintenance--Way switching tracks 29 .......................... 2, ,0 7 9 10,619 130,67 2
Roadway maintenance-Running tracks ................................ 1, 1 2 543,865 1,77 3,759 1,1064 43,97 1203437 2603, ,
Roadway-Depreciation-Yard switching tracks .......................- -Roadway-Depreciation-Way switching tracks ........................
Roadway--Depreciation-Running tracks ..............................
Underground power tubes--Yard switching tracks .....................
Underground power tubee--Way switching tracks ...................... -...
Underground power tubes--Running tracks...............................
Underground power tubes-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .......
Underground power tubea--Depreoiation--Way switching tracks ........
Underground power tubes-Depreoiation--Running tracks ..............
Tunnels and subways.-Yard switching tracks ......................... -6 ,589 226 35,38 619
Tunnels and subwaye-Wsy switching tracks .......................... 1,92 62 10,2 4 7
Tunnels and subways-R.unning tracks ................................ 1),709 7,34 116,607 )33,704 195,974 97,004 226,062 25,114
Tunnels and subways-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ..........-
Tunnels and subways--Depreolation--Way switching tracks ...........
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Running tracks .................. 157
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Yard switching tracks ............. 19,944 867 170,203 7,1482 220,289 16, 48 10,48j
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts-Way switching tracks .............. 5,132 37 77,o209 2,616 122,7 42,66
Bridges, trestles, and culverts-Running tracks ................... 62:76 371,724 2,033,009 490,965 2,98 5 913,51 1,197,262 lo4,222
Bridges, trestles, and culverts-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks 213 21
Bridges, trestles, and culverts-Depreciation-Way switching tracks. - 0
Bridge, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation-Running tracks ...... 39,061 15,672 7 6 60,972 141,35 8191
Elevated structures-Yard switching tracks ......................... -2 1,155 369 18
Elevated structures--Way switching tracks ......................... 273 1
Elevated structures--Running tracks ................................ .- 5 182,522 28,903 9,072
Elevated structures--Deprecoiation-Yard switching tracks ...........
Elevated structures--Depreoiation--Way switching tracks ............
Elevated structures--Depreciation--Running tracks ....................
Ties-Yard switching tracks ........................................ 213,929 16,595 926,432 48,271 ds, 01 37,206 20, 7,91
Ties-way switching tracks .............................................81,289 9 42,750 7,8 14 U 2 1i ,39d82
92559,912 .692 5, 63 11,39,5 81 ,5
Ties-Running tracks ............................................... 1,126,152 39 5,59,921 1,19 5,60, 1,33357 5
Ties--Depreciation-Yard switching tracks ..........................
Ties--Depreciation-Way switching tracks ........................... 315
Ties-Depreciation--Running tracks .................................-
Rails-Yard switching tracks ....................................... 40,700 4387 295,481 15 ,236 190,739 ,62 5653 1,12
Rails--Way switching tracks ........................................ 13,728 214 123,574 ,335 130,255 6,31Z ,
Rails--Running tracks .............................................. 526,520 293,564 1,958,386 475,587 1,653,051 416,616 1,543,485
Railse-Depreciation-Yard switching tracks ......................... 211
Rails-Depreciation-Way switching tracks ........................ ...
Rails--Depreciation-Running tracks ..............................* ...
Other track material--Yard switching tracks ........................ 117,142 11,927 891,014 103,8 9 734,913 ,1 22,os4 7,734
Other track matarial--Way switching tracks .......................... 24 34 300 26878 3,3 &$5,2145 19 41,428 d
Other track material-Running tracks ............................... 69,980 431 3,1,689 833, 3,60,883 989,717 1,389,171
Other track material-Depreolation-Yard switching tracks -......... 4.
Other track material--Depreciation-Way switching tracks .......... 14
Other track material-Depreciation--Running tracks ......................
Ballast-Yard switching tracks......................................4,687 10 609 9,347 19 25 10,2 11,692 323
Ballast--Way switching tracks ....................................... 2,173 48 40,180 1,529 112,094 1,5 r 14875
Ballast--Running tracks ............................................ 21,60 143,349 1,53,958 439,969 1,672 ,966 378,818 799,895 6
Ballaet-Depreciation-Yard switching tracks .......................
Ballast--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........................- 31
Ballast--Depreciation--Running tracks .............................
Track laying and surfacing-Yard swithing tracks .................. .703 9,736 2,39,640 180,770 2,1,8902 14,593 347,995 15,79
Track laying and surfacing-Way switching tracks ................... 1% ,93 1,1 790,892 19,590 1,,877 ~ 377 I507 418,065
Track laying and surfacing--Bunning tracks ......................... 2,963 2 1497,3 2 13,76,552 34501,,6 146,129 If, 43 1 ,
Fences, now sheds, and signs--Yard switching tracks............... 2, 1 9 18,292 1,1
Fences, now sheds, and signs- switching tracks .................... 1, 31 27,939 2, 17
Fences, anow sheds, and signs-Running tracks 128,105 54,453 419,283 95,2 262,039 71,737 113,579 11,619
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SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICT AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 197 -Continued



Totals for regions

Eastern district Southern district
N** Enw1.nl rrion Great Lakes region Central stern region Pocahonta 55 r on
Account Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Aseigned Aaigned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
syyo, service anyice services service services service elarrioe
1. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

Fences, snow sheds, and eigne--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks - "
Fenoes, snow sheds, and aigns--Depreciation-ay switching tracks. -
Fenoes, snow shae, and eigns-..Pepre Isation-EUnflInlg traoks--Station and office tuildinge................................. 26595 7,o 2,065,530 ,86os42 2 $1,93,591 6 s
S w y n -ta t i o n .n d 9 9 1 7 I4. : :$ 37 8 0 9 6 5 9 o 6 7 1k6 3 1 6 92 7 54 31
Se station deprabuting--.epr..iation.................. .2,391 2,09 2,095 1 62 1,02,7862
Roadway buildings ... ...........................................960,651 21.403 218,560 41,107 17:3,017 60 7 5 1235d
Roadway building eDepreo nation ...........................2..086 20- 22,5 58 9;
Water stations ..........*.*...*..**** 5147,122 62450 191,0044 671:62 6,4
Wa it r station r-Depreciation ................................** * 1- 1, 9 4, 2 1 -4
Fuel stations ......wa. 55,97 30,387 5.2*,*49* 1*9.003 M***,*7**0****** 19,59
Fuel stations -D epreciation .................................. - 79 634 1637
Shops and engine houses ..........................................*47*4,933 31573 2,441,614 761,50 1,92 71 606,806 7185 1314,
Shops and engine houes--Depreciation ............................... 512 4:346 49.199 9, U5si;
Grain elevatorspc l...............................................24,086 20,141 7,235** **
Grai n elevatorsaDepreeIatn 1on.............................. 3,
Storage warehouses .......n.................................... 3,211 14,129 2 14,316 5 5
Storage arehousesDepro station _..... .................10.... 3.6 1 5
Wharves and docks ............................................... 198,94 3 1,102,226 56,373 1 1 75 35 50.757
Wharves and docKa--Depreoiation .................... ******. 2
Coal and ore wharves ................................ ........ 21..129210 1477,6S 27 80
Cov and ore wharve-Depriation .............................. 2212 1 6225
Gas producing plants.... ....................................62 901 31 281 85
Gas producing plantea--Depreciation............................. --Telegraph and telephone lines ..................................... 126,706 73,22 732,932 205,176 1, 41,3,852 535,07 324,9,6 53006
Telegraph and telephone linae--Depreoation e... -.. ......... 7 o 3,99325 6 4
Signals and nterlokers ............................. ............ 9516,1436 793,25 4,012,151 1,ao,4635 365,314 1,9, 1,210,03; 253,665
Signals and interlookerc-Depreciat Io ..............................- -* 1*, 7,*3-1*
Power plants ....................... .... ...................... 1.10,06 16,717 5,40 67,26 6 ,4,970 2 1 27277

Power plants--Depreoation ...................................... 310, 6 1909 8 655 7 7,
Power-tranmission systems ....................................... 178,197 357,264 264,0 527,269 1.58 339,891 5,757
Power-transmission systems--Depreciation ........................... .... ..- 14 558929
Siemlonoous structures r 5.................................. ,09..782 2, 56 4,112 10, 12
s llanous strucepais-- her i .......................-
Roadway machines ...................... ...... I....... .............173,075 74,91i 1,060.~1472 237,137 4,9 9 6 6,.92.1
Roadway maohines--Depreaition .................................. o *l), 61102 1,30 i
Small tools and supplies.......................................... 255,812 L12,910 1,1914,196 7s3 983,0146 248,099 3514,722 30,31
Removing snow, e, and seand ..................................... 282,565 3, o 1,o6 o 3752 161, 1 l 1 1736 940
Public improveants-maintenao ...........................37.,93 129 003 97 72


t oriotis .......................................... .965 01 239
Ithtr enoe ......... .........I......................... ......... ...... 19,ko 2599,4591
StRitofwy an pitig.........................................1i:4,2 91623 5,3,7

Total..................................................... 13,62,786 7,225,233 64,383,1485 17,224,154 67,050,990 21,393,345 22,616.686 2,509,s61

Mitiing joint tracks, yards, and other facilitieB--Dr ...........474,513 1,50707 1- 69,5 ,20,73 1,2097360,21 586,0 263,827
Maintining joint tracks, yards, and other failities--or ..... 166,713 79,9 2,098,106 12635 180436o2i31oa5 9
EqualiatlPn-Way end structures.................................... ......- -d 8175
Total--All depreciation accounts .............................51,617 21,865 24,38 1 1213,67? 2 150,603 4641,79 2,2
Totel--All other maintenance of way and structures &oounte 1-14,116,769 8,175,281 65,960,392 17,238,612 65,990,481 20,1497,337 22,1427:96o 260,5

Total maintenance of way and structures .....................14,170,586 8,197,146 65,9814,630 17,236,612 67,2014,136 22,647,9140 22,892,138 2,723,777
I,11. MAINTENANCE OF' EUIPMT
Suernenene............................... 3 8486,158 4,Igo1493 1.352,593 4,728,1417 1,717740 i,92,oW28.4
Shop machinery............................................ ....... 343 221,6914 2,1405,JI 8914,754 ,755, 1,13 911,225 175,64
Shop 1ea1stcery--Deprooiation ........................................- 6J-1 0l4
Power-plant machinery .............................................62 144 ,8 37 ,143 389,058 2R'2 52 905 9
Powerpat mahnery-Depreciation ................ 75, 8 IN65 929 228,21016''82,9275
stam looomotives--Rpirs--Yrd .. .............. .. 1 l0976oM3,1 66159 10 '086422 a278,1
81 : 6 3A 30.3.,0 14,8U1 512 30 -2 9 ,0
r locomotives- 3, 9 JS 43,0 J1,191 1203,007:6' 11:16'32,J ,'93
........................ ....- 5
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SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH OLASS 0F SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1937 -Continued



Totals for regions

Eastern district southern district
Now England r o Great Lakes region Central Eastern region Pocahontaa region
Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned
Account and and and and and and and nd
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service services

II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment--Repairs .......................................* ***...76,*4*4* $2 48,200 $393 625 21,898,627 $g4,494 $50 00
Work equipment--Repairs ..........................................*.* *62,***1 425 7 8 11,23 65 45, 13,783
Miscellaneous equipment--Repairs ......,85 0,783 21,2s3 6 15.
Equipment--Retirements . .-.................. . . 7 1l 7 3 1971,9
Extraordinary retirements--Equipment ..............................

Equipment--Depreciation ....................................... 3,73,174 2,201,503 30,k,993 6,738,266 29,617,703 9,114,121 12,802,853 1,07 714
Injuries to persons .............................................7,5 0 10,577 687,117 215,667 671, 252 266,956 79,290 .0
Insurance ........................................**...........*11*1,*914 32,596 593,026 120,91 51 1552 167 627 92,411 1a,3
Stationery and printing................*.*.** *............** 20,209 12, 37 123,oo 7,651 201,013 70,519 57,601 93o1
Otatery axp nes print .........* *.****.**..*...*.* 54 2, 2o 122,960 42,701 46,913 10,763 50,788 ,71

Total ........................................................ 17,641,363 10,767,993 123,321,994 38,318,998 133,745,626 47,925,675 39,853,791 5,939,374
Maintaining joint equipment--Dr.............................. *****.*****160,744 104,513 851,320 4083810 98,925 419,04a 9,05 73,88
Maintaining joint equipment--Cr............................... 27,020 96 424,902 95,130 69 45 122,889 250176 3 251
Equalization--squipment................................................. - d" 2142_11
Total maintenance of equipment ................................* 17,775,087 10,871,538 123,748,412 39,127,678 133,994.706 48,221,828 39o797,355 6,012,105
III. TRAFFIC

Superintendence ...................................................*66*02*4 3*29* 5*753,254 1,5*41* 6,046 308 1,871,66 1,287,860 22 58
Outside agencies ......................................................69 :45e 273,otOZ 5,338,889 1,867:,81 4,425,2143 2,1374913 1,599,810 355,3J6
Advertisinge............... ...................................** 12,171 591,842 77,555 996,108 78t795 1,552,357 176,364 290,181
Trari associations ................................................. 60,497 10,073 414,539 30359 508,331 86,822 7,109 11,022
Fast freight lines ..............................................
Industrial and immigration bureaus. 28, 96 1,6,2 274,6 2 2 223071 6 ,428 9,148
I n s u r a n c e . .. *. *. *. * * * * * . . .* * .* .* .* * .* . . .* 1 6. .03 1 5 6 9 2 7 1 0 1 5 1 9 5 0 8 31 1 7 4 2 5 2 2 8 1 9 6 6 2
Stationery and printing.... ................................*** 12,1456 1:17 s ,65 1,5293 6,, 821 7 5_2;619.662
Other expenses .......................................................6 0 1*42* **65 3,293 26:* ** 3**7*7 *
Total traffic ................................................ 1,626,637 1,303,315 13,330,898 4,613,158 12,128,190 5,775,807 3.413,500 918,701
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE

Superintendence ................................................... 16 91 1,8 83,036 6Z 6, 2146,686 2,147,156 371,495
Dsating mployes....................................................8 ;4,96 20 601 1,88,128 646,891 ,001,401 1,870,815 1,357,391 3214
Dispatoing trains .................................................*** . 6 2,525,835 32:429,30T 9,114o313 2 54,167 8,617,77 4,573,94 959,5
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ....................... 50, 639 75 15 3,317,72 1,2,99
Coal and ore wharves ..............................................**...*.*99,328 1,796,135
Station supplies and expenses .....................................*** * 1480o,232 428,873 2,361, 6 1 1, 5 ,0,961 1,10 2 266
Yardmasters and yard clerks ............................................1, 8***30 125,893 23o A5 7,98 n :ao 7 2 51 E6,
Yard conductors and brakemen ............................** *............**.* 377,329 126,, 232,0 5 27, 0 42, 2
Yard switch and signal tender ....................................** ** 457 1 5,207 2,2,14 12,2 5 1, 1o629 2,497,397 26,2
Yard enginemen...1514,237 207,020 14,26,124 1,105,985 16*oo*,678 1,067, *2,*479908 102,030
'Yard motormen .........................................................2?8,156 57,95,684 N8146 7.085.743 1480,044
Yard switching fuel ...............................................** * *1,* *1,*231 153,41 7, ,339 946 7 0 021 411,28 1,204,971 3332
Yard switching power produced .....................................*************1 12 393 15,295
Yard switching power purchased ...................................**.***** 6 19012 0 12 107,821 0 17),7 6,522
Water for yard locomotives .......................................*...***66,873 7,412 801,399 43,032 6**,*9 * *
Lubricants for yard locomotives .............2.................... 24 3 673 2057 1 7o
Other supplies for jard locomotives 4................* 4 1 882:48 22 20 3 075 2
ng in eou e exp en se --Y ar d ....... .. ..... ..... **.. *. ** **.. *. *** ** 1 o 3,6 2 oU 29 2 7 6 7 1 20 a4 167 70 4 33 ,2 16
Yard supplies and expenses ........................................*** * *** *,68 10,831 8 1 2 8, 05 5,0 1 1,352
Train enginemen .........*..***.. ***.*. ****................** **** ****** *7376 9 160,4 1 69 95 .140 2,7 1,36,891
Train motormen ......****.. *. **..*.....................****.173,*77*4 607,942 122**** 9** ***** *77
Train fuel .........................................................**..*. !*5072**86*05*:***:** 5 6, 3,26,09 2,o0 9, 92649 6,86022 1
Train power produced ..............................................*** 1 14 6 1,13.1 1 71,60 666,6
Train power purchased ............................................. .. 0,o 3 15 141,566 1130, 96 917, 71 6, 5562
Water for train locomotives ............**.* *25,0 0 15 * 2,*40*,769 78 2,299,5114 67 10 50 26 2
Lubrioants for train locomotives ..................**.******* 6 ,97725,299 43,231 ,562 3 o6Z 262,0 7 ,1 ,59
Oter87p 10 4 882 180 5g L 11,992I
Other supplies for train locomotives ................ .....**.**6 **9*** **
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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4- U MMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAMWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OFRVZ,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,1987 -Continued



Totals for regions
astern district Southern district
Ao New inland r ego G reat s on tr amental Ston 1 0W e
Acont Asgned Assignd A n~ed A signed AFgned Asigned AMsI Assigned
and oari and arnd and n aaai
apportioned app apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
frelt and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
____________________________________ ,______ __e__,________ servioe ense service 5 10 5e, .... 00e ~ l

IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
Tnginehoue e xpens eese-rin ........................................ ..922,733 ,0,07,419 05 93, 198 62,6 1 944,7 ,..
sz an >z~l~on ........................... 71,S 2 12315 47,171,106 $,907 757,75" $4,9
Trainmen ...................................................... 1,66 3,11 216,062 12 ,722 2 63,36 129 796 6,
Train supplies and expenses ............................. .......2 '....-62,92269 1, 1,41,5 97
Operating Bleeping oars............................................... 01 73
Signal and interlocker operation ......................................20, 1l ,4,6 4,39,283 1,960 2,33,70 2 32,591 1016 I ,6
Crossing protection.................................................. 865,977 726,462 3,114 P?25 11199,892 3,234,665 1,802,657 266:79712,4
Drawbridge operation ................................................. 39 10 216492 127,722 265 435 1 16 26 Es
Telegraph and telephone operation.................................... .114, 7 11,60 1,086 4 29 1
Operating floating equipment ........................................ 1,20 8, 1 9 9 32 210,722 41,481
Express service................................................. .. 7- 9,25355 1 7,94
Stationery and printing ............................................ 240,204 14,867 11,29 36,,96 1,62 2,Z95 31:26 1,35
Other expeanses...................................................... .37, 15 43 8 73479,962 392,59,,92 3 66
Insurance-....... ..............................................51,19 3 079952, 1,53 ,693 20, 0, 75 ,2
Clearing wreks ............................... .. ........... ..10,00,75 ,71627 2 5,81 2
Damage to property ................................................... .93,9 ,, 260,563 73284 7,O69 ,8,21B 44,1? 1 79

93,94 3 0432,058319527,3194 RI.6,o7 9896 417 3:2
Damage to livestock on right-of-way................................... 1,766 2,606 4 2
Lose and damage-Freight ............................................. .32,392 4,763 ,9 1,0 69 2 2 , 6, ,7,76 546,1,2
Inos s an pe gs ............................................. 7T96O 26,066- 43,659 1 69
ues o pess............................................ 513,54 23 2 2,836,019 1,338,515 299,029 214,643
Operating joint yards and terminals-Dr..............................,10,6 2,131,431 5,727,591 3,416,"79 5,036, 4,328,916 722 5
Oe atn yards and terminals--Cr ................................710,61170 3 17 1 1 20
Operating joint tracks and facilities-.-Dr ...........................125 :6,7 ,,,, ,2878414 714:621 1,071,a13
Operating joint trcsadfaiiis5 216,923 2,143,910 627,367 1,54,42 6, 576 279,8 o F,
Oprtn on rcsadfclte--Cr ...............................297,066 50,47 1,409,4 66,2 1,4 23,471 657,566 152:162 56.214
Total transportation--Rail line ................................. 36,926,549 24,250,311 229,402,999 69,930.369 229,764,172 64,446,504 48,317,676 9,521,433
V. TMNSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of vessels.................................................-, -,-
operation of terminals ............................... ..............
Incidental .................................................................. -
Total transportation--water line ................................ ., - 0 .
VI, MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet service............................................. - 5,959,239 6,8Z701 744,31
Hotels and restaurants............................................ '653 2 3 3 96 3,1,6
GraIn elevators...................................................... 83 133,490 J95.49 o 4.,61
tockyards........................................................... 9- 5
Producing power sold... .................... ........................... 26,6 77 3,057 10,6 25,,712
.................................. .167 64, 58,399 6,143 6,438
Total miscellaneous operations ................. I...................96,657 1,614,535 456,536 5,926,354 627,252 7,091,335 55, -279?4,6
VII. GENRL
Salaries and expenses of general officers............................. ....7,, 254 10 2,443,755 631,533 1" 93,7362, 11 85 13, 0.3
Saaie nd expenses of clerks and attendants .................... .55 55 01 12.277 ,273 2,675,359 1007.7 2,b5l141 2,689: 379
Geaw ofc uple n expenses .................................................9,1 1,311,494 299,102 590,095 125,911 35935
Inawxpnes......................................................................332729992325 590,231 1,630,107 668,36465,062
...... ,0 ,7 2715,607 23,853 6,811 1,98245
Relief depiartment exposes .........................................................- 7,796 1,701 597,021 211,76715,0
Pan i~..... ................... ........... ...... ..................22i44 476 ,2,966 239375 1,82252
a10 ndr. pr t ig ............................................ 2,49167486.3,75 159,2 9
Vautinepenses .............................................3 426 4286574 9Z 25a2129 52,76315:4 3,4
Other ees...................................................159,922 2,474 6169 21:0~ 104,883 26, 521 27 7 .5
GeealJit ailte--r. ....................... 1992 9810 61722 194,768 960,970 366,119 W 10 6.3

...............................4,262,178 1,927,012 21,63>2,663 5,295,456 20,527,232 6,493,557 5,873,15095.1
VI.T&SRTATION FOR INT6EUEN--Cr ...... ., 23,032 1 5 ,9o 1.753 593,513 5, 3l
Toa ala pertn expenses assigned ..................76-838,662 1 4,9,62,263 454,8,248 1242,129,876 1463,652,197 114,661,566 1 20,153,S57> 2089.7

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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING.EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABB OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1957 -Continued




Totals for regions
Southern district Western district
Assiglftt region Notwe r resagne Central ander -rgo Agio
AccounAsigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Aeiagned Assigne
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services serve smrvices

I. MAINTwoE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superintendence .................................................... $4,129,579 $1.157:953 $4,111,410 $892,511 $6,386,28 S1,985,6r0 $3,o42,9 617 62
Roadway maintenance.-Yard switching tracks ......................... 392,156 18,50 378,169 18,014 385,404 33,00 170. 50
Roadway maintenance--Way switching tracks .......................... 116,809 14 121,900 510 163,180 131 77, 1 2,101
Roadway maintenanoe--Running tracks ................................ 4,121,082 1,209,364 3,808, 85.144 5,533,546 1,684,191 a,953.876 632.992
Roadway--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ....................... 7,- -R -1
Roadway--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........................ .- 7,
Roadway-Depreciation--Running tracks .............................. 415 16,696 6,05
Underground power tubes--Yard switching tracks ...................... .
Underground power tubes--Way switching tracks ......................
Underground power tubes--Running tracks .............................-
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .......
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........
Underground power tubes--Depreoiation-Running tracks ..............
Tunnels and subways--Yard switching tracks ........................ 023 229 769 143 16,121 1,492
Tunnels and subways--Way switching tracks .......................... .. .4 11 585 2 16776 2,000
Tunnels and subways-Running tracks ................................ 785 16,170 137,030 32,965 489 ,507 18,?07 3,551 821
Tunnels and subways--Depreoiation--Yard switching tracks ...........
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ............-
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Running tracks ...................- 1,328
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Yard switching tracks .............. 199145 8,109 136,864 6,155 12352 12,663 67,9 2,752
Bridges, trestle, and oulverts--Way switching tracks .............. 64 8146 122 64,754 590 4 6,as67 3,3,1
Bridges, treaties, and coulvert--Running tracks .................... 2,776,o75 739,646 3,01 157 665,679 1 4o 90 618,Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks 3,997 -3 1 3
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Way switching tracks 222 2,005
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts-Depreciation--Running tracks ...... 16,702 8,458 6,631 27,056 539 141.375 8,999

Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks .........................
Elevated structures--Way switching tracks ...........................-
Elevated structures-Running tracks .................................- 1,997 *
Elevated structures--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .........-
Elevated struaturea--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ..........
Elevated struoturea-Depreciation--Running tracks ..................
Ties--Yard switching tracks ......................................... 1,016,742 36, 5 1,057,051 52,214 7 1,47 55,671 454,476 17,224
Ties--Way switching tracks ........................................ 3856 6 2 1 15,426
Ties--Running tracks ................................................ 8,5 011960 1,1647 9, 3,92 2,656,061 5,025,623 963,955
Ties-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .................................. .1 .- S 1,163 9 1 *
Ties--Depreciation-Runn icing tracks...... ;............................. 2,6 195s
Ties--Dsprsition-Way switching tracks ................................. 0..1- 5,53 9
Rails--Yard switching tracks ..........................................166,625 8,1432 220,74 9:762 229,305 21,0147 346
ails--Anning tracks ................................................ 1, ,562 445,926 2,0 330 500,67 3,997,670 1,4, ,343,o
Rails--Depreoation-Yard switching tracks ......................... *
Rails--Deproiation--Way switching tracks .................... ::-
Rails--Depreolation--Running tracks ................................*** 19,137 11,602 7,307 2,781

Other track material--Yard switching tracks ........................ 32,2 17,995 485,124 25,348 422,988 38,341 1o,050 14,414
Other treak material-Way switching tracks ......................... 7,14 82 1 0,298 729 144,68 10,107 76,111 1,
other track material--Running tracks ............................... 1,99, 5 597,992 2,7,104 670,217 4,702,235 1.477,352 1,896.947 4141,9
Other track materiel-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ......- 904 *
Other track materiftl-Depreciation--Way switching tracks ........ 372
Other track material--Depreciation--Running tracks ................. 10,158 5,519 39 2,722 985 *
Ballast--Yard switching tracks ..................................... 48,53 2, 45,60 857 64,865 5,721 41,913 1, 77
sallast--Way switching tracks .................................... .. 2,5 21, a0o 43 3,na 26,367,
Ballast--Running tracks ............................................ 1,365, 342,0 79, 173,083 1587 510,203 1,213,3 23.6
Ballast-Depreoiation-Yard switching tracks .................... ... .- 13
Ballast-Depreelaton--Way switching tracks ...............................- 415
Sellaat--Depreooation-unning tracks .............................. 60 729 265
Track laying and surfaoing--Yard switching tracks .................. 51,13,ao1 67,482 31.,31,92o s8,15,
Track laying and surfacing--Way switching tracks .................... 9,152 448,792 2:2147 9 4 a 33 ,9 1 1,97
Track laying and surfacing- ning tracks .......................... 9, ,198 2,813, 10,327, 2,502,19 19,b 9,582 591, oo,
Fences, snow sheds, and signa-Yard switching tracks ............... ,612 31, I1 083 2s
fences, snow sheds, and signs--Way switching tracks ............. i.,5014 13 12,24 2 19,54 1,7 1 01;6
frces, snow sheds, and signs-Running tracks...................... 205,300 59,434 550,976 114,670 659,0 193,2 398, 92*

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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMfARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STBAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 -Continued




Totals for regions
Southern district Western district
Southern____ reioni Nlorthwest rn re Io eta es _re Io ot-tr el
Account AsAll i1e Assigned A as ignedh aAssigne As e se
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services serving services service services service

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Fences, snow sheds, and signa-Depreciation--Yord switching track $114 $175
Fences, snow sheds, and signs-Depreoiation-Way switching tracks 1 255
Fences, snow sheds, and eigne-Depreciation-Running tracks ........ 526 ,466
Station and office buildings ....................................... $1,586,673 852,883 1,580,973 8656,469 2.507,495 1,166 $1,091,122 $294,086
Station and office buildings-Depreciation ......................... 5477 3,432 4:187 321,902 16,3 .
Rosdway buildings .................................................. 438,133 131,033 243,6o4 45,663 3oo59 1 21 171,974 33,o52
Roadway buildings--Depreeiation .................................... 7201 65 49,232 1,1
Water stations ..................................................... 531, 24 181,102 827t532 23-,944 25 ,695 4 a,241
water statione-Depreciation .......................................10 422 1,577 ,722 16
Fuel stations ...................................................... a, 87,678 299,910 83,200 ,44oo4 153,901 174,490 8,506
Fuel statione-n1epreciatio ........................................ 32 270 3,476 2,484 336 .
Shope and engine houses ............................................ 1,101,830 378,130 1,669,620 503,107 2,372,085 835,284 771,431 199,o0o
Shop and engine houses--Depreciation .............................. 2,2so 1,239 19,618 25,652 1,454
Grain elevators .................................................... 4,299 5,627 7 6
Grain elevators--Depreciation......................................
Storage warehouses ................................................. 22,056 7,552 450 4
Storage warehouses-Depreciation ...................................-
Wharves and dooks................................................... 280,365 3,455 140,138 126,428 42,160 89,119 2,69e
Wharves and docks-Depreciation .................................... 10,490 .
Coal and ore wharves ............................................... .36,491 556,092 2,721
Coal and ore wharvea--Depreciation .................................... .- 4,688 -. .Gas producing plants ............................................... 86 6o 785 4,730 298 771 1,663
Gan producing plants--Depreciation .................................
Telegraph and telephone lines ...................................... 835,788 235,697 924,665 254,681 8,716 314,472 550,753 137,316
Telegraph and telephone lnes-Depreciation ........................ 2,2g8 690167 1,2 444
Signals and Interlokeres ............................................ 1,os,62 615,871 1,536,359 663.592 2,61), 1,118,356 990,649 327,11a
Signals and interlockers-Depreciation ............................. 4,428 2,370 5 6 920 5
Power plants ....................................................... 17,862 7.678 31,0 6,294 N7 19,l 12,78 6,261
Power plants--Depreciation .........................................- 1,256 -24 12,418 ,
Power-tranemiesion systems ......................................... 54,964 69,093 145,655 58,000 51,814 9,379 50,526 24,837
Power-transmiesion systees-Depreciation ...........................- 582 52
Miscellaneous structure ........................................* .5,800 2,246 25,533 1,789 14 3,603 as,260 3,2o7
Miscellaneous structures-Depreciation 0 156
Roadway machines .................... ....................... 672,424 179,073 9,36382 171,264 1,26 371,o66 675,244 135,934
Roadway machines--Depreciation ..................................... 1,507 lo 3,382 6,836 96 1,957 219
Small tools and supplies ........................................... 842,oo4 219,091 8143769 163,275 1,370,878 395,242 622,4o 124 419
Removing snow, ice, and sand ....................................... 155,107 30, 14 2,08,o4 9354.297 1,282,748 322,49 1753 abo
Public improvements--Maintenance ................................. 35155 92 495 757,454 139,894 613,593 2138 3Fo*9 935
Injuries to person ................................................ 28 71,995 423,074 88,115 311 292 255, 61
Insurance .......................................................... 178 ,168 44,a10 165,255 35,6 29,655 85,087 1 9,924 43,852
stationery and printing ............................................ ,974 166 62,629 12,7 2 126,447 42,177 901 10,18
Other expenses .................................................... ,734 15 9 33,810 43 18,995 8,183 11,667 1,755
night-or-way expenses .............................................. 6,025 .15 29,632 4.3 18,559 6,153 4,925 1,0a
Total ......................................................... 46,754,479 12,858,649 52,954,481 11,515,686 77,490,969 23,243,89 37,405,653 7,732,827
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other raoilities--Dr. ......... 2,325,328 871,179 2,536,62o 567,so0 3,398,192 1,243,535 2,444,o66 671,001
Maintaining joint tracks, yarda, and other facilities-r. ......... 2,146,499 590,868 1,735,972 28o,641 2,685,666 725,353 1,510,107 325.742
Fonaliwation--way and structures ...................................-
Total--All depreciation accounts ................................... 65,911 34, 04 480,794 11s 485,543 57,778 33 218
Total--All other maintenance of way and structures accounts ........ 46,867,397 13,1o456 53,274,335 11,802,729 77,717,952 23,70302 38,896,aeo ,o68,ada
Total maintenance of way and structures ....................... 46,933,30 13,139,960 53,755,129 11,802,847 78,203,495 23,762,080 38,339,612 8,078,086
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT

Superintendence .................................................... 2,761,496 5J,929 2,273,672 765,504 3,61g4,4 1,4o,667 2,o15,al4 609,248
Shop machinery ..................................................... 1,402,941 X9.791 1,232, 9 351,057 2,61 1, 593 1,073,766 375576
Shop machinery--Depreciation ..................................** * *8 ,802 10, 52 1133 708
Power-plant machinery .............................................. 116,76 47,727 351,535 109,817 311.225 254,846 131,758 49,171
Power-plant machinery--Depreciation .....................*.*...*.. 1:,0 488 9,837
Steam looomotives--Repaire--Yr ................................... 4,640,644 ]44,86 4,476,145 250,920 5 8,824 396,089 2,77263,86
1.6?~~~~, 136,532~1, 06 87k2
Steam locomotivea--Repaire--other .................................. 22:393:34 10,609,227 16, ,21 9,70o,97o 34.363.835 15,706,427 14,oo2:3 5,70aa2o
Other loconotives-Bepairs .,*.*******............................... 8644 298,474 394,373 37:283 651,oo5 5.71 3,735
Freight-train oars--Repaire ..................*******.**.*..........* 26 37,491 22,771,367 33, 24 31,229,090 1),400,02
Passenger-trin oare--Repaire ......................*****..**..*****.. 8. 107,.399 53.379 8.208. 6 76 12,670,178 344,703,628




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS 3

SUMMARY NO. 4-.SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS O SR C
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1937 -Coutnued


Totals for regions
Southern district .Western district
South n region _orthwes ern refjn" Central Weern regon Southweer r igi5
Account Assigned Assigned AeIgn e Asssgned ggned Assigne a
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight Thd allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services serve -services ari srie
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQIJIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment--Repairs.............................. .119 217 $1,125 $26,750 1 i4q $171,93 027,09 $4
Work equipment--Repairs .................................. 951,410 250A, 7 1,274,92, 0256,So 4 J 47562 721,075
33,012.... ....... 7,974,066,
Miscellaneous equipment--Repars ......................... 1012 1O... 54.12 9947 66,1 2b,329 911 1123
Equlpnes ement--Repaiss ............................... -2s1 11,757 78,866 25,971 304,49 22,o67 1:412 8 81
Extraordinary retirements--Equipment .....................
Equipment--Depreolation .................................. 18,670,939 4,5,882 17,285,874 3,609,761 28,154,943 8,009,668 10,911,021 2,
Injuries to persons ...................................... 203,94 61,261 227,518 60,916 2 9,874 103,441 1760241
Insurance.............................162,23 42,047 190, 2 4517 4+80,5 21,7:z915
stationery and printing................................ ... .6,595 27, 2,9 20,58 14,977 5 0,503 18,628
Other expenses ........................................... _. 49,239 Igo,79 77, 33 18,1 1 16759 13,715
Total ................................................ 79,167,o63 25.346,258 67,624,358 22,861,282 108,979,24+4 41,236,76 45.663,757 14,34,897
Maintaining joint equipment--Dr ........................... 608,604 194,642 48O,691 64,575 659,570 268,806 J404,5Z6 162,516
Maintaining joint equipment--Cr ......................... .. .364,698 113,810 390,928 70,821 37,573 155,476 106,249 5,2
Equalization--Equipment ...................................-
Total maintenance of equipment ......................... 410,969 25,427,090 67,714,111 22,o55,036 109,201,241 41,350,16 45,962,o64 14,4eo,115
I1. TRAFFIC
Superintendence .......................................... 4,567,689 1,230,39 2,416,321 714,43 3 ,913,729 1,821,601 2,462,900 726.0s
Outside agencies ......................................... 5,173,107 1.712,1 1 3,834,949 2,118,22$ 5,920,191 4,91a,6 4, 27,146 1,780 ;26
Advertising .............................................. 85,288 842,081 70, 25 1,668597 13. 7e79 189,005 578:773
Traffic associations ..................................... 349,702 73,741 218,968 31,053 1,3 100,183 297,119 38,525
Past freight lines ...................................... ......
Industrial and immigration bureaus ....................... 352,407 53,905 184,222 89,294 195,893 37,187 217,913 23,106
Insurance ............................................... 4,250 1,905 2,717 g,878 3,157 14,968 5,29 2,003
Stationery and printing .................................. 930,125 142,621 535,51 105,7 6 880,938 337.549 505,6
Other expenses ........................................... 1,318 449 7 1,223 6,899 13,973 ?,98? 5
Total traffic ....................................... 11,463,886 4,057,262 7,267,751 4,780,082 11,793,905 11,161,972 8,407,005 3,226,098
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superintendence ...................................... 4,113,314 1,294,709 3,272,830 954,868 5,263,774 1,755,3 2,634,019 709.9 4
Dispatching trains........................................ 2,221,823 786,16 ,817,559 29, 2 99,91 1,028,022 30*
Station employees ........................................ 70.907 4,573,022 20,253,756 4, 01,922 28 56, 33O 6,7 1,529 1,715 1,831,114
Weighing, Inpeton, and demurrage breaus ............. 600 924 619,56g 1:04,23 11 420
Coal and ore shares ..................................... 39,945 1,711,082 4:,17
Station supplies and expenses ............................ 979,644 650,015 1,083,353 666,080 1,355,828 1,15.14,Z5 681,559 314,405
Yardmasters and yard clerks ........................... ... 5,153,685 316,o67 4,425,397 228,930 5,555,074 451,53 3 la:7591 11 ,978
Yard conductors and brakemen ............................. 12,056,879 987,723 12,002,386 785,667 17,108545 1,371153 734 90 340,571
Yard switch and signal tenders ............................. 678,2 71,177 653,1851 708 110 5 390,212 15,387
Yard enginemen ............................................ 7,335,76 61I,439 8,082,125 485,510 10,438,998 802,216 4,554,68 191,910
Yard motormen ............................................ 158,257 146,957 12,80 185,826 52,869 28,386 6
Yard switching fuel ........................................ ..,175,679 321,398 5,224,009 308,574 6,773,977 524,626 2,797,1438 140,971
Yard ewitohing power produced ............................. .
Yard switching power purchased ......................... .. 22,68 29,657 1,630 1,200
Water for yard locomotives ............................... 356, 67 28,208 319,218 22,024 621,871 52,346 249,124 11,770
Lubricants for yard locomotives .......................... 141,258 8,8$6 106,o51 5,942 171,848 13,741 88,958 4,543
Other supplies for yard looomotive ...................... 124,474 8,190 96,339 5,590 113, 31 12,737 7,73 4,225
Enginehouse expenses--Yard ............................... 2,205,548 192,521 0 M72],45 269 18,914 2
Yard supplies and expenses .............................. 329,241 23 ],.21 27,678 17,902 2, 252o0,9.4 127,912 7. 70Train enginemen.......................................... 15,34,631 7,421,421 13,762,180 5,934,628 24,506,052 11,16,993 10,34716 077
Train motormen ........................................... 3.053 452,997 350,842 726,117 22,675 1.457,37 6,04 661
Train fuel .............................................. 20,253,785 8,285,009 20,o6,001 7,118,088 40,683,787 16,535,160 14,293,857 4,593,880
Train power produced........................................ 101Z 9, 5-92 3
Train power purchased.................................... 6,.. 91 5,437 5492 95, 5,022 12,092
Water for train locomotives .............................. .,620,1 571;31 1495,75 ,8211 2,669,773 9 1,263,052 351,299
Lubricants for train locomotives .......................... 662,6.. .397,249 267,03 270,106 1,205,028 77,51 4971 1 283,4?
Other supplies for train locomotives ...................... 345,675 154,703 210,761 102,648 515,995 27, 234,441 85,573





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 4-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF BSRVICE BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR TTIE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,1937 -Continued



_ _ _ _Totals for regions

Southern district Western district
SoutheIn realon Northwestern regon Central western reml .. Southwpq R r n o
Aooount Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assied Assigne Ass gned
adadadand and and andad
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to
freight snd allied freight and allied freight and allied freight allied
service services service services service

IV. TRANSPORTATIO--RAIL LINE Continued
Enginehouse expenses--Train .........................................1-,97 21 $2,119o35 ~ *$:81:,217 *1,879.754 $579,4 $2,854,993 24 u$845
Trainmen ......................................................... 1,82o 6 7,978,121 1 80 54,3So 7,398,150 2 5213,517,Z54 13,0,0,6 4 4
Train supplies and expenses ..........................................4,181,175 3,739,150 5,501,011 3,23:254 26,826,45 7,162, 62 ,91,656 2:5,5
Operating sleeping oars ................................... ....... .. 729 265,836 -212
Signal and interlooker operation ...................................1253,634 406,141 1,320,38 559,669 2,o64,719 3
Crossing protection ............................................... ..800,474 338,494 957,610 10t2,117 1,055, 178 0,4 9,0 4 5
Drawbridge operation ............................................. 196,289 7,498 171'812 61,767 150,6489 54.
Telegraph end telephone operation .................................5 1814,916 876,735 2
Operating floating equipment ..................................... 199,517 2,112 108,970 510,183 1, 89,269 30, 35 16,27
Express service ...................................................- .
Stationery and printing.......................................... .7,775 2043, 56g18,3 565.325 311,799 102,45
Other expenses ......................... 3 8 8,5 62,315 10614686335 93,057
Insurano....................................................... .,924 l,14 1,887 16,891 I -l8o 6 ,
Clearing wreks ................................................. 291,988 14,627 268,315 26,.17 44,o25 47 946 22, 550 1 2
Daw oproperty.................................................. 302,908 111,571 162 ,360614 11 121,667 157, 11 70:200
Damage to livestock on right-of-way ........................... .... .7,067 328,001 124,382 126,911 119,#2 154,633 197,123 165,
Loss and damage--Freight ........................................... ~4173 1,975,263 46 9.209 25463,2016,03
Loss end damage--Baggg~e ................................................2 14,7~ 8346 I' 85 6,34,;
Injuries to persons .............................................. 1,531,327 1,207,11 1,232,979 536,871 1,635,1421 91m067 1,227,728 561,366
Operating joint yards and termlnales-Dr ..................... ,953,691 3,276,13 3,673,316 1,860,O10 6,121,186 3,158,749 351499 1,615,095
Operating joint yards an terminals-Or....................... 4,46o 1,19,534 261,712 52Z,032 3,0066, 4641,o65 1,8oo,6o 221,220
Operating joint tracks and faoilities-Dr ....................... .. .98,080 205,714 1,5 3,85 7, 75 52 35
Operating joint tracks and faailities-Or 530 ............. 1.165,838 1141,0O32,229.' 24 o
734,736 530 ., : 6:~~ ::! 70, .2?__Total transportation--Rail line ............................. .141,269,103 146,536,6141 135,296,017 40,707,927 211,873,701 76,994,703 92,532,538 24,859,624
V. TRANSPORTATION-WATER LINE
Operation of vessels .........................................-.... .
Operation of terminals.........................................................Inidental ................................................... .......
Total tranaportation-Water line ............................
VI. MISCELLANEOUS OPE4ATIONS
Dining and buffet serve ....................................... . 3,813,14149 3,37T,357 6
Hotels and restaurants ........................................... 101,015 145,27 235,717 395,259 130,724
Grain elevators ....................................................... 30,153 6,908
tokyards..................................................... 1 1, 35,462 1,307 ,
Peoduoing power sold ............................................. ..... 6,166 38, .559 325,186- 17,192 75
Other mleellene ous operations.......................................1370 4 9 2 7,602 138, 29 3,251 81,173
Total miscellaneous operations............................. 145,704 3,970,947 261,878 3,912,670 459,437 9,360,606 172,407 2,310,250
II. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general offices .............. 1 ,1 511,547I 1,553 314 1419, 617 2.1140,721 813,285 ,0, 7o9
Salrie an exenes f cerk ad atenant............9,136,113 2,018,923 7,71b6, 31 1,9140,720 11,521, 895 382,9606N4 2526
General off ice supplies end expenses..................................578, 28 1,6 5143 192 170,835 778,762 280,210 5143,922189
Law expenses .......................................................2,023,682 7159 1,162,306 324,33 1,865,911 726,9261,8Z63512
Insurance........................................................9,679 3,289 15,813 4563 13 ,615 5,188 7,4
Relief department expense ................ 442 80,198 6;,294 25,574
Pension ............................................. .......... ,4 J.,62,92 2,1487207 1,059,3o6 931,803 o755
Othti expenses nti.................................................. 596 298 182,220 38:9'54 u:981 919,555 521,092 3 5 3010:5

Oeneral. joint faailitis.--Dr ..........................................97,068 127,151 18 4 3,395 1714 16 122,588 141,100 8173
General Joint fasilities--Or ..........................................25,259 7,227 861 13,113 31,6140 13,940 9,6913.2
Total general expenses..................................... 15,612,9114 4,153,1461 13,035,872 3,5148,602 20,1449,309 7,591,071 11,133,696 2,614o,92o
VIII. TRNSORAION FOR INVEUTMENT--ar ....573.255 13,729 790,063 3,691 2,091, 105 8S,221 8147,984 3.049
Totalalway oprating expenses assigned I/ ............... 293,2 669 97,270,633 276,5240.695 87,603,473 429,879,983 170,212,327 195.699,33 55,621,9~414
L/ See paes 29, note 1.







STATISTICS 0OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO. S-RCAPITULATION OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL RESPORTS. OF CLAS I SICNGA-D TERMINAL COMPAIS FOR THE YER~ ENDED DECEMBER 81. IM5

Item(rc~ totol incud lessoro rOoberaretermIdealiot 2110 Bo10,100 *.t.- To 21* al East.Total eanber or sta.Xholdor ..... ... ....... 999 790 16 113 oENRIAj udLoJIN SUO-O... ludd
62EAL B0AANC 80EET $%..I
lA14Ao teo,,t*t s o sab t ...... Io~880 ... .. ...I....... 71,49o.,675 055.716.375 20500(1,9,0

I- 'I a) k ..602.................. . . 7201 6,9) 8510,0


Bqoipeevnt ........ 9. d~ gr otalr~ sock .....t................... U,2 5,9,2



Pep ol cn lie oI Iet a e .rp e t a8 1 t i f 69 . . ..-. . . . .
........ ...ine ~a~nle .... 1,8,2 n0,5 1,157lbl dett8.II90,85.9........ 579,1 9a92
O T otal ,8 t.f........................... M666.572 5181,990,56 614,,41Toa loo 0080 de bt ................ 5927,99,4430 2,6L7713,6,9
Stakng oo1 ............. ......701,,804 91,0.8 2 9,0 186,7565 Caoita Lnilu ~ abl. . . . . .10 ,00

rt.dra t !!te . ..!7,00 9,0,3 Roriade 8tion08 adumnat.. i-1..........
Otersdlote- .n ....e.t...........1,1 __ 91Otdnomtrdup.........-. '
Total depuelt.tt*..................... .60,14.8 49,7,50261577 16,5,5 Ooa~j.tednb81,185 da00 d. . .
Prttinan or-e~i. alnne n~l~be. . .16~1~ 61~1 9 72 256 adlturd --nota*nu-g... .......... .1:39,179 5MZ
Setbelnne,~ee1abl rea aen, *8 ,oodotre 05,60 1,06 ,29 8L790.rest _deo lib.l's, . .... .. 8 l 22 19 6,95 cash................................ 1.34.09 6,1l1,80.97,9. .,0210.905....1..1..7.....6.33239 36r9,515 4::20:4
Inerootam and vdeosit eta.................. 5,570 458 Diviend atured n & ltb1~a~........._............ ,5,67 16,33,29 86,0
01*8 tn l 700.. . .eb.. .rdu pad ... .. .. .. .. ... 9
00600 turo aeee . . . 266 4,954 20.9 zetddidndcae.... .......-6"
Load nd bll roat"1 .................. 70LUabileInt erest p see1 med 2~d. . . 70,46 226,17
S0* 4urt ig1eecon.t a~rno orud... I......3,6,1 269560 13627 1,6,5 0, eerdlallle........ 13 1, 7,1116 18163S8
to____ 680. 1e ere 21.b1: g74 ... .....136 1,1,4 6,35043
Torhia.- balncd re8008*8,.............~ 3185 50 7,31'ndutd 84
NOt e d roor~ omae nt aatotu. . . ...... 6,3795,70 7 Z tLII6lte. .... 0422:7
Wiffeo: an. sot ro ll 1...,63.... 101Ibf17. . . .1,68.u
Ma 00ria 880nd UP C8.0.................... .9,5 "!5,5 813 .7,9 I ''Totaln wan t a ai i ............... 15167 1.5,9 .3
nt oa."bl ............?:92 450 ee red . . . . .Ot e Or s ets .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . ..to '0 52 -'99 L iabiltt fuo o r pro i etI fuRnd s . .
85,979,16 Otherue ftet~, lialtio.0 e ... . ..19 ,1,1 14,0
pe~ Cran siet p In ..d.n.... .............. 3.436 1 24,6868 1.3ou46d W~loooMlol~ou 12.1oa p37e8,10,i871985
klnenont on" rTlded de6ferred.L0261 3,051,906e 196,861......... 5,055,6651,5 12,0 9,8
I makes. an,0108. . . . . . 9. W 95 .... 11026 9z.- 7,0 ,1
Oth eerrtIeed 586108.............., 14.7573 1, 1 2377 53,679150TxIAblt
T.*ota~ m defed l. t. ........ ........... 21,24677 11,557 6,8167 39.277 od.i-lnd top .pty rot00r Voe 8 ........ ..... ,91v 35-:6
48808 otal . . . . . 7 7,o26, 8o 53 ,366, 32 26513,96e212, 68,2- aF.nd d as60...............I .....end ....... ... 0791
RWpp~ttd Debits008210d: notr I ati oa l n.e. te. 63,7610 16,600
A.U~5Et cl 526 5 EQ(11P857 popndtoee oeta Ileean e~eo~oe. . 1202518 l,05,397 -~~ 20001 ppor*d euepl0-us h.l. .popry.. 9,90,25 0!.,
Pon0 10715 1,238, prof. an-e0 9wd ':et'bl e . . 0,8,1 143,8 21,00
D a.eolt ono rePP *5510#%a* and b stte ne ..... 1... -369,621 218,36 -ajse 51,2.................. 3 ad ,fm
08.010 mr prouner t .............. Omne: line... 12,12 3,051.9C6 1 -.4 055*:orot6upI6. . . 03230 61900 65LS 3,8,1
P880 o roperty abs ar d.ble ee Ilnee.t s a.. ..... 1,. 85,oa nd~tdOo~t,.............. 04900 3,8,4713656i,5~5
ftieat retired 50.......ea.... ....896.1 1557,2 6027 311... ttl . . . 6,2,50 903652 653925
To08a8 un01 ased dorebi t 't ...... 10........... 21 24,7 1155.7 4 ,1 91677 Adtonsdiopot to 6 r81. Lincesfe adaIot *a ... 14*61156 S.341 7188 6no 7oadoso 6pdt~520 8 81551
10058 deb tetelly omoe durng y~8~~p8 vaue. .16,62,20 15,62,00 F6u0ded debt retiredf a through Sca 081l85eIa an aon UNax......p..allin ao,216 21919j,. haqo.2 t72e4o7ladet6l1 eo
0811,10 I ROA Athe XVV888* lApm. cear e rlsnt specifically* Si mlted 32,671, 93 7219






to STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO0. &-RE1CAPrPLJATION OF0 SELECTED ITEMS FRO0M THE MINIAL REPOR0TS OF CLASS I SWITCHIN0G AND TERM10INAL 00 MANES FOR THlE YEAR ENDED01 DECEMBER010 al, 19M






200000 CCOUNTPROFIT AND LOBS ACCO0UNT INCOME ACoodO : 1.1...o 00m.l - d00 1- 000 In ............. 3,596,309 43,388,492 #4&0 $207.3)3
1. OPERATINGNO M aoo t 0. reire dtoadad qIMn ............ 1.2011.
alt .010 .0000 .007 :648
A. B11M 1-mlm 14-0 o100 .0.....

16,.7OO0000 14,6 5,693 credit. 1,050030 *, 71 ,

Hall," 001.0 a th n, n.. ......... ..... 87315.~o 01b1.0Ooo0sopo
01.UooO1OpOp10l0 ,0 7 lC3i:0
01.1.7 o..116 bo.. . . 7709115 1,86,611001 07,36Db 000 d opp o logi.t u ao ........1 ...... 5,00
United1,.10,.0 Stte -1110.......... .....-D. .I . .. 332 ,7 2. 009

Bo82,26 0,72 3SS0g0l01 D00 7.dsont0tna~l~ h
R a i w a y or a a01 e a . . . . . . 7 0 6 5 4 1 1 2 2 3 8 1 00ol a y 5 0.0. a p p o p 1 a t o n 7 0 f 0 0 8'.. .-7 a 1 1 1 71 7 2


A9 7. 1 ...11.7 debt%10 1000...... 3346170 2491,09 17 5,4
...... .. .. .... 1000007003605
Boot co 1 o01 05 oqo*11r ooO . . .7'8 1,51 29 Total deb1its duroig 100, ............................,05 03,556.006 92,180059
R:- 100000..... ....3'0 30,12
"ac f, flotig q0. u. ................. 81,1 010310'1,1 i, . . ..::
300 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 Na0000 urn y.ar............0.8073 1....17 1509361706 111...000 0011100 o....,879,1 7,3370 29611d
,i01. fa0ci. . . . . rent,6 0806...........0, 5,.71.4" 5 ,1

C.0 Re1100 opvt o ,00 . . 157,0 A.10,0 8617t 8,599.65 MI op erating-00 incom .0 ........ ....... . 3 ,J .34 2? 80,80 061,79 65

22o~l~f 00,00100 -2 2:2
1000 o.o10. ,70.000 ql..0 ... ,1 6,7 01 511000 105 010 1:00:0 :::00 j:::1010. ::00 620.025
1010,011 igt0 -dbtt.00l ... ....... 100000 1,0 1 00001 1 _-C... .. .. .....9,1,32:71 1,0,5 3355.08 006 1110
P,0-.fo.pmtIO. . .........3008 Add00e
000000 flotin qui. e,11100............. 11,46, 15 4891 44M,95 230005107 921,120
o r.. 70.0 00 .00 000110 .. ..... 000..... . . 1,00 a I 5
10000 I00.10 .00.0........0.. 0.7.. .. ... 14,16, S t8 VA.Nt . .................... 71010 ?530,96,00
3.,1 7,.0IIt 'en106
180917,1 0Add0 r~.0110 7070....tx.... .... 1:168 10, 1,13,07

Tota1 000t.pyal 0 .0.................... 13,623,616 3,514,031 07,952 1,393 01. 700007,71070,.10 . 1,30361,7165I,7l9,91,
20001~~~~Ne 1,0 . . ..6,71 before11 9ed,311 9,6358 ...0 t. .. ............... 76,678,5611 7,09,72736 3964,7

N2r. % 00 ........0 00600010 ..... 00000... . A 23,6278 01170,54 45097 70018006 00 00 0 1 1000 . ...i 1
111.000100.0100" 659965 00000 I 010 700 .aoO1.......................... 20, 57 5,66,65 k3146 111
1110 railway00 -%I0001 0.3101. .. .......... 315228d pra ton ay ndsr tue .....6,990052,006.w
7-90 0100 70p.0 000000001.1 0100 . . . -:7:; 3P
Reene fro oprtc .......... 700 710010 a 8,555.23.. . . . .,4.
..0 .oo readooi d VI00 V.. Int100 ............ 2,7,2 2,1 01..00.7000.......0...1000.0......... 91143

00.,Oo .11 0 00....00 ....0 ... ... 1,696,0791115.769 211,165 76,00.09 00 0 ,00 . . . .7.71 OPER5,016 INCOME3,0198
1110: .......... 6,3841 0.0 00 . . ,
.... ..0.. 100010 . . ..3: lShI scvrl


1010000a0 p000...................... 15,37,799 1..... 13o7117.10 01.
I7:1 1001 ,!, M,5 77 97 94 1 73 0,35,30
at .. 0n..0 o S ...............:.............. 7 116 U8077aiwy6 tn a .......
Tota000lothe 07 oo .1.0.0 00 .0............... ..... .. 3 4 ,496 .70 252 1.6,93 No0t revenu fromrailay...... n. .......................3,3565 13,374,660 017,590 15, 603i
Total I100 ......................... 3,G, 2,6,W9 0 1 ,6,9 aiwytracua ..................................6,6,0 18991 99966 ,5,61536,191 4,736,363___ 369,811 2,776,386
11. _5ELNOS EDCTON RO ICX alwypeatn 1100 70... ............................. ______________ 8,639.99 49o,107 2.315,65



:d) Col.o 1070................... ......... _______100~~~' 10000..............................5711,53..96.65..1..


o talp slaaall,10 deductio7 1.00 ................... .. .0 1 ,19,096 0 17961 6, oa at............. M8474 ,9,1 8,4 ,0,8
1110011.0 .-liable 1,00 f 10,ixedhrg........................ 6,5 2496019016900,3 at-E150tf01 .. d ad.l and equipment ..................... ..361,7 ,3,07,96 5,0 31031,7 R.,....
00 0 1 11 1 0 0 00 1 7 0 0 0t a0 71 t. 1 0f,0 ,6 53 3 3, 7r1 1 iujd~ ~% 8L3:11 31, 6010 000640







STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NM~ B-EogcAprruLrToo OE SELECTED ITEMSR FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF CLASS I SITCIG AND TERMINAL COO8FANOFA FOR THlE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, IM6


Xt- ~~~~~0 ditrct fr~toooIditrict distrct dltt0



RAILWAY OPE0RAG9 RIV.3100
NET RAILWO EA TIN INCOME 0000 Contined1251.73 9

ASSNE SERVICE Freighto 1W0 ~..... ...... ........- -3W~

P. IN"7 Operating re.....on ... ..... So,44 $111,"14 0004 IL&,e.09 sleeping a" ...
Rai1way operating "Panama0. ........ .. 135 15.621 sk.722 par oT add 00010 r ork'0
1.11 .....,000... M
Not reooo from rall"T operatons.... . 91.598 A__311s .7"~g 16,298 B .. .---. ..: ...69469
Rala0.. ..... ... ....... 4,342,118 3A592,54 30.567 416.697 111. .. ....... ..... . . . ...
Ralway operating 10000.. . .........~ 4. ~nD A..4,.2LM d 79ZI & d 204.399 P..o.May- -10 r100,00. .... ......... 28,$* 8.19640W

_ _ _76_ t w t -h o *f w S . .5 6 0 0 7 8 3 8 7 7 6 4 o 2 2- 4 3 1 m 5
HireoOf freight ooro-r.41% N..1.... ...... metotrnf0p*0Rr.. .Rontironloobottno. . . . 162,7 152,24- 9,036 Ro to ttOr.O1_ 1 0. An4 110N 0. . . A G
Root fro p.-080..i- f Oo . ....712 Water tranoore-th- .. ....... ............ .
Root ''!. .1..0.001000 ..... .... 2- 13,76 ,10,M6 5G2i5
Root from 0001 .qI0 -::00. . ... .. .63 67 6 01ro-lotroprtloro . o598 19Q.6 aiI6 900O9
Joint1 facility toot 1000. .r........o. . . . . . . . ..2-,65.78
Tota1 t-t In00000. ........... 18.610,573 15.663,70 01,1.62 2,065,631 -Ih 2o ............... . . .
n-a t. hmoon' low .......
0. 00000 0004141t ...11. ..... . .

Htto of freight wers--debit b.1.n00. .... .... 60 6- 03. . .
Roo fo Inootioo. . . . . 10 29,071 1,139 spe0ia1 0.0100 ... . . .
-o f- I ... 0014-...... . ....... . .
Root for marelo 061100 ... .
Root fr otr otolsoot. ................. .1.26-00100010 r~motto m~0. . .
.210 fofoait g reotipment......,5 Tot52 ago-i rnsottin602 ..........
000. 00 ........ . . .16.2 514 523
000nt1froititj p rec4. .... ......553,06 3947- 1,864100i0 oo. . .
Di10 i rn O d .0 buof t .... .... ..... .... 16 21,116~7
Toa et aal ... 5 93,2 5 otoof. L6,.. . . 42 41,2i0
nt root...... ........ 10,555.505 15,6214,553 01.162 0.,149.790 P-ro1 room............. .......
Storg* ralh.... ............. :: .....__... ,30 .o .301.
11,6117,724 0,070 2,1.31S ora-btgo........... 1..... . 6,1
Ne 'wlal .110 e O ..... ............. 4,04,96 .......... . . ...... . . Il100, 4 1,r
0.11007~~~~~~~D .r- 0.010 .......... . 001....~to 0 to 2000 . . ,8.8, 6119
8.100 o00014 opon. . . . ?.60 ~ 738 Omolloo~o .. ........... 7.99. W

9 -3,695 9.
-. RalaJ. eigicm ownt f ........r. . . .. . . .9,7 ..319~ F2 1,

8000ce of ld~
6oo 1,057 Ma 1,08 4959.
51______ 3 265
0000t r"M.. ro ra l way peraions........... -&sy 39,3 Toa 4001000141. 00rain 200004 0 011 0 ...100.... ....
J ~~~ ~ ~97 oint foolliy -rotio n80 ngobo ofr gh Or .... 0... P6mom 0101 .,0.
7allw 1 tO. t 000000 ........ ............8 ,8 590. . . . 6.6,5 6.6673 ,45371,189


0 Hallwa opetng. . .......... 51,2 1-,9 3 -53 6 4001 000040 hii0000foq10-p00 01706.01
Rootfor9000020-1010Tort- Joint fctoprton 000.0.10. ............ .. -0ota0 forWA o00. pnt . . . ----1000oratn 000000 rnM ) ..... ......... 100
Jon 0.110 00140. . . .._.......... .'



S ot t0 1. . . . . 100 .8
equi ...00 0 I010 b ....m..... ......1.1 11,79 15, 39201
4~ 00101100 01000000..1000
Rentr f. 1-1.4 110 .0. to ...... n no 0A101 tO r:1-10 d011 alie troo. 418,31104,~ld~rio







40 STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIIERS
SUMMARY NO0. S-REITOATION OF SELECTED ITEMS MON0 THE ANNU0OAL Rr RT o LA SwnTCINGo AND
TERINIIAL COMPAIES MR~ THE YEAR ENDD D E M,3E a,



oem TOta, .11 Ziatar southsr, Wa.. 000t
district. district Mausrlot district 41 n1ae ditl M
RAILAY PSNTINGC"BO WTAI OPEIATIHG 1029006. Ocotis...d


":--Vo~nc..0r httko P.rackn.. .h....... ,~ eI*ok~5. *~~4
-roi clc .a. r.....t rai ts ...
........................, tanha. ... .... :24
ttOrran oe. abn gr oc tch roo. ....- S.ra......h....
-rgr.tn-nons -a tu : : tcll:c.ko rstc ......... . : ....>
,ndraccd pacer tuba.--arcaa aat Y prps ..a......... . ..:::
t flnhi ..a... b 1 n tslsbe li ......... .7 14

0 sca alct .
Tra, 1, arntd s 7.92 nc.pt-rase ar50 . :: 9I3 p I,4. Icg-rslte lta-ao~tkn . . S0 ~
cros, rslandnloradprnoia.-cd nohngtak 19, 000 25010 T Sinlp l dtct t-l.. It-. ...............00 15:: 0
irdontasla, c tuv rs.ak .r a.aa ..........rack 67 -Q 4 knlaana arncrk.slnltc . . o.y
Iletotad~~~cesc *tatra-anaicodtak. . 3,7 0 527Sa an d atncleph. . . ..-t- .......-1
C~e~a tco~s-l-c .. ........ tosrn st. n.nd n ... .. ........, 1,71 35 :9
Olaata otVsen.-dnrnats.mco trac ......s....... 19,7eJw t adns . . . 63 13,405
TunneC. .. ... .. ..43,0
glnn-.'no oIII::: trn a . . .1d1 us3.hi tnk -4 -791 163 ~ e s. . .
to .- h ta i rnk . . . . .. ........ln....e.......... . . . .50
Ycs-. . . . ....1.6 13.7: ,70 ......... ltdtn.epnpta. ..........2o
tie.-alrc otie-yar a.t.a..ra .... ... 34 300:: ,I '60 0

ds~taen 25lo cr3. 79ds 2c tartcltksO ot(
lt.11u-an 1-1,lke trac .... .............. 398,0 gal0 teI ccit.eo nd atrp t I. . .. ... 1.7
tsn. .n, Ict tria . .... ...... ..... 8.1 6,0I 39,140 58033
Sall--dp,.nlct~n--ardsakthlo trota. . . .~1~5 165 etolalldnprc....e.....te .......
2Al-dalole-e tr2.. . . .. ........ ....l0:304 1
.the troc ttc.a1.0 ......... .... 766:10o -632 2aosoa of7 Cein
0t.. drc .oa.A.OarnatO.0r ...hn raa 6 13--Saslttan...... ..nc........ 24 2,4r 0474A
Otnr d a Shtk..s.. ak strtdn tro68.. . . 6 -1 202 34.5 09c ao47ar7naascc. . .
13 ar laot.s..s.... . . . .
T -:-n... aad 5a........track . . . . .1, 6 11927,33,01cnri a pot-a s a .. t5 7........................... 4 0411
5011ac0-W61,7 aeltak t..... . . 21,.4
Oolla~tt orko Total ufn bb.-tah-g tr.n................................. ....1,3 1201
tranklat~o co snrocln .tt o trash.. ................. aagk.eai aa-rpir . . .0 614 ~ 0
.50sarkslg...apa~tsho~sCraks. . ,.5,nl ,, .,.., Pss ng-Crols tra-c.,lrdsW.I. . ...... 1
trc.070 d ...........-.ro c o a ............ ~ 54,2 6,231,0 6592 Useatsnn a It t~at r . . ...ima so,~ -~j~c- 3692:1
-k pjZto-ay ladt ..tr .............. 10 .g22 7
Faetka sc. .h~,an ~...::aprnn1.tkco::bord ...hn r~c 3473-Ccpao-otant.. . . . .. . 1 ...1 166- 11,:t930l
mass It ahdadsma --a saic.cnne r -t1 Ior-a to parna .. r.. o-. -. -I....,5 3591 13,013,79
t .1tching I ... i ........ Ts. ...-I d t n c -. .....- ....... .. .. 46:9 364 0 ,
RasII t 0 n s -io k .110n Aaractrac....... :....... iI'o 5 .16 __,3 __~~ 3tt.ts' Ao pitlg . . . .? 17766 e9)c9
OOtnr -Oten. t uc.1...-..................,16 tnrsaes. . ........ .567,6 364,o 135,2" 1,6?40
Ocads. 60110109. . . ....... ... 3 ?o93 272,5,~104 0,660e94 6,1957 1037 ,0,9
0 1r 1;atk :sa -dn rsltn -1-in0 tractc~t .oo ............r. . . . . 1 ,2
0oton~ b50 .0tpnt.O. 19 ........:.....65.095 4 I
It ; ... .... 9.0:31 cr a4i'. 17,633a 32,5D. Puos h p nti t. . . .... .2,2
Ila.l Intg.ts If ........ !2s a ... . .... .63,445.398 2 ,334.93,3 165,225 9,1
I'l. On-lals -1,300, Loposatln .t-lat~ chrg






STATISTrICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY 740, -RCAITLATION OF SELECTED IT2EMS FROM THE A3RIIAt REPORTS OF 0552 I IWITVRIWO AND) TER54fl4A COMPANIES FOR 731W YEAR ENDED DECEMSEO 81, 1997
(Doa002406180000I- o

Total, .11 Eastern. *0,,barn 0.0.I"00l., ut. ouh

RAILWAY OPERATING EXPENSES ContinuedRIWYO4TH tKH


,o~lnoo~o . . . . I50p0*.100 of ,w.-.... ........ .....
Patr eight: line. .. ........ .........
F o w in r 1 4 0 . . I . . .-.. . . . . . . . . .2 1 C .t. t 0 o t a I l a n 0 W I i ..
St0lti0tOrf "aa prntn 20,16 1.15 Inn 5,025

Toa0 tetl........... ................ 33, 2 22,442 076
T ra n po0t tion 50 IM O st ... ..0 o w a a O . . . . . .. . . .28 5 3 5 3
U 0p IL~7 1 3660 2.5 11377 237,73 139,31 000.1

DI.400400 *h I, t~5 01, 1*0 b
0i.o .,0 -IY. .... ::.. . . .... . . . . .~ I70 ..00. .10,1 0.0 M00610 21,3513O0

Weighingtfl yAd 1000. .;ba... ............. 1'U$7A2 2 2::1 316 :47: to1 ILLo. . . . .2
-ar d 00000010.0..0....... . .... 3 le ...m~w .... . . . . .'1,WT0 1567
~~~~-. '.. . . .. . . .::: :, 2 162011!4pr. wo p.A... -..............
Y.0 .ato adar er*....... . . . ,626 1, m,6 12 e pon.. ....... . . .
or tor an d brkea .1,Ins....... . ,9 ,., 3,18051,20100100 .................. . .
rd 00100Rel4e0000. 00040004. ...........0.........1.0.....................
torwt c Ioa P.0m ten0de. ::...............665 6665-00011102o111.-0 . .
Yoooo .iMee ..0..1000 ...00 ...............~ NO2. 21;:1,774~ol111 w101s0O. . . W.* 6, 0 5
yaa 00.00 . . .4. $1 2, 21 2,160
0rd. switching 200I 54 001............. ... 1,9" 6 7 ~ 91 U9,050 P, In7 tot.......000 .... ...1,651. 1,1,591.6 IS0
........00 .......... o.2,.. . . . . 1S1O.39
Yar10 swtcin10a00. .te ......... ....1,1 2.1 oa h dl~ ...o....... ooo ................ 04,500,09 55.1111 7301,52
7.10 weGI ........ ...... 2,102 9011 62 16:6.
Y.,1 wi c i g5-0J it01I I r . .... . . . . . ..T3S ~ 7 ,2 .1 2 o a 0 1 0 c l n 0 0 ,.1 6 0 0 0 p0 ... . ..0.9
to01 po91 p040.0 . . . .1oo 1w70 3
Water 9000 00000000041- ile f III Or.....................................
15000 -t t 200 d 00010 ie 100000000 .... . M

0Yard uppl.3043 1,9 39 T..pr i. for 10010 10a0.001.0............~ ..5....a.....0.1 0 0. 000...... ..... 7
Train 11.Bn. 06. ... .. . .... 21:6 1 6 0w T0.010l to1 operatng o .0 .11. ..................... 5027 17052i.7,8
TIM actarm. ........... . ... 2: L I ,3I- "-Test. .01 ................................ .............1ti1 o opratng"no. . . ..groeue (ecet .. .. _________ _____________7._9
OWtrar~ t.1 0 ...0. ..................... __IS 1257 __________Ousoal~t aMllwor Icto, A ................... ~ 3.4 . . . . . 050.9 2567115 70521,
OthraO oO1a t tai 0 wa0 ole. .elte. .ley.. . . ........................ 091 61111,5S714

80a010000 N0 we A0 0110 ....... .....23,3 125,86 1 JH1 Z'09700*000
Train00 . . . . . . . 556 243521 1,510 1,72 I to a 0f00 t040 1, . . .in lle .... ....V5 M2
61,6~No 0a 1,15 26,90 70.05, .."I4 a0w to~5 0140 ... .. Opeating cl~aspn cr. ....... ......97 alie .,202 we, 2..... .. ......
0,o g 00 11,0l.0 ........ '*'*10.02-00 ..... ....11 20 o 10,4 7065 .1..... --000.00....................... .40,20.0 25,41,11 7052 1,066
Gi, =o Pc.05I-2p1 ..... :.............. S, 60, 2922
10.. And 400oa-asoertin ............... 2:9 7:1 ':M31
Opeatig0 loain eqi0en ...0w . . . 230,264 1 15.2 119165 OA ITO PPTZ NDCNN 3,13
00001, 00 A 04 .00 ;.8050..0 . ..I.1 .6,~ 2........ 3/ 24100 65 1. 20.5 000 0 00
8".osb 3010 pri0~ntin . 1... r. . .. . j, 9,5 663 51 57 k 6001,2915.0
5p:a10 3010 ...0...0 ...1... . ....i 211,. ...25....1....I-31
0 r cap .. 310 04.... 4,11......... 1,2 1067 75025ssj
1 ,0 152po3000--*, 110 . . 256r,2 I051,7 ...5 ...6......0
nara ...........-38-071,?3







41STATISTIICS OF COMMON CAR~RIERS
SUMMARY NM. S-EA~rrH&TON OF SELECTED ITEMOS FROMd THE ANNUAL REROTs Or CLASS I IWITURIN AND TERMINAL COMPAN4IES FOR9 THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER In, Bn0




Ion Total, .11 S..tor Bootrn West.-o
Ites.ot dis trict o1:tlt district district It.. US%1~11 Eoto


002000000 (00000 OR L04000) IN 0000000 SI0200000 (OWNED OR 14oeg) IN SutoiCo ~~o
at-. Looooti-4, prmlt-trou .00-Ot~of
#-be, ..1 Ito.. 0.1f0 d o .*~ ... ......... -- ........ . . ..,
0010a 0000 7010-10-'. . .c ..........0..10 00.0O 00040 ...... 2
A0 ..t..r.............
Me!11 Oriinll built0 1000 tmor191 ...00 ............ ... ....- 25 14 Po--t~o o .1 Or 19oll~
toot0.0. ootrG. . . . . .5 h. tlS tfto ................
Numer .6Jt. 0 000 tOp~ 00000 . . . l000'
d ... dliti ............. ......001. . .......... . ...
uselt 960000'................. . . ........____.
4001t. -- 2 tes..............210 90
Rost.r r~othr..g 3er 00100 1f0a . . 01
0.00... frs I00... of roto.... ............... ... .............0000 6All ott r.- f..r ........or ........................ . 112 ooOfo te . . . . .
Tsui ...................... ............. ....... ....... ..-02
1-%001.1 ubra S.o d,....................02122001............... ... .P.Pcn o 1 roalila .... ubr I~ontlle during for:gl rOel~o
00,.0 lea 0100 ofp. por bidNo-V.. .................222. .10 o 0000O 01340.......
Let. trot offert. ..... ... ....... .650.000 1,dd01 -erja .000. 0.,t 00.0'. . . ...... . . .
000000 d 100010 400100 used -100 foqure ..0.... to . . .
to,~00 Sai0d0 00001 a0 ...100 . . . -tt an..........1 19--nt it
0.1a,100......... .....- -1 1 11, ...oO~e. ...... ......0.00110 .0 ............ 000....p 0000. ........ All 00.0 ..... ............ . . .
0000 Sharo A.................... ........ Al doo A...............
Z.ee ....00 .ooO 000000100......... ... ....... 50 2 -2 Tal................I................... .. .


It 0 I00. tra.....222ReieI-pp... a 4allg............
000.1rss oM, ............................... 0000010.00,o er60
S at glu l built. prior5 to0 16051... . . . . . .
Numbr italled d1u0ing for: No1t wihdaw fo0110 . . --0000.4 oro 10l0 as 200 00000000o ....
0.ol.6frproOo 00011; .... MIS 2004 O .01110 .0.01.0. . . . . . . ...
Rem0.i0 0a .0 . . . ..d I Ae r. 0110 00 .......4 to.... Iop.... . .
10000 from.. ............................. . ...
1000400 AcourSoe or ...... oo. . . .-- 06 1 0 0 0 0 0 . . .
Lot"I Olters fo -el 00 4.......1....... otl.......... .......000006..................
OReclamalf .1ad ........ . .....- AI Clse orC% -~d aMn
AllSN r. ..-...... ......Nmero-ni.& cls of Yea 0.. . ....._........ .......0 1 64 9e
0So0................................... .. .0. 010 000 00

.:.trd~d YW 'r doolt m. -or4 00 1600
000edf u0.0'. . . . . . . . .S1acquie7 ..6.....0..... f.....1006.100 1
IM't o thA..........Lad... aure t .- ................ ........................2-500014.. o0100000000. .
00000 0000.. ..dfo tpAA....................... 0O~~fllO~..................3
010 0 topr .1. (000 de 000iion; Realo.... . . .n.......... .... 2Al 00....... .........1
00 00 . . . . . ..leor d. .. li;; Al ote- .........._ ...............
,..Ibtsel ..t0 .......... .. .... 0................ 5 40
00000. 00 ....0........ .0 00-3
Total.. . . 5, 2 .........170.....00.....f...10... ..010... .......0. 12 RR6

00.................................. 5,7 NU.050 reie during 00 010 . . . . .
00000et o with.. . . . . . fo Sal or0 demo10io 000.4. . ... .... 7 )2

Sca0e 00I . . 000, 100 00th . . . ..... .. .
0.r1.-:...000 : I00 3(AWtdafo a.cdeul a................... .1011010. .......... I
Ote ......... Oa.......................... 6,0 3.2 m A l 000 . . . . .
00"01 . . . . . . ..are77.90 17,4260 72 All4 000r01 ............... ............. I
06.00000 ..iictM .........................05 1,03 Oproety.06*01001 060100
0.0011.0....... To1t00lp.......000..........2......000....f........of......40... . . . . 5 go3

1.0001 10000........................... -l 1 100. 1001 000100. . . .
Total ....... ..0........................... 8,2 84 1 Nbro -it.00, foe .1 00 ..4.11.......... ........... 19 -3

plot1 00A0.0......... ..0. ..720. .a
00.. . . . . 1,d 1,009 -q a ...1.. ...0.....1. ................ . . ...

000100.-12 oAd .001 ...........
loolo, sol lt n car 010,62o00 1000,001ter,.............................






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. S-RECAPITULATION OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF CLASS I SWITING AND
TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1937
(Does not inude lessor companies)


Im Total, all astern Southrn t
It* istricts distrio1 district district

TIES LAID DURING YEAR
In replacement:
Number of arose ties .............................................. ... 05 325,334 1 01 10...
Number of feet (b.a.) switch and bridge ties .................... 6, ,0 3 178.057 2 ,o68 3 ,
Total charges ................................................. .. .61,12,11O 439,475 $28,740 135,995
In additional tracks and in new lines and extensions:
lumber of rose ties ............................................. 50,350 22,180 1,266 26, 604
Number of fost (b.m.) switch end bridge ties.....................91,55 289,611 1858 283, 059
Total charges ....................................................US7,23 650,557 63,016 $33,850
RAILS LAID DURING YEAR
In replacement:
In running tracks passing tracks, aross-overs, eta.1
Number of tons 12,24O lbe.) .................................... 11,223 8,836 310 2,077
Total charges .................................................. $401,262 $311,975 $10,185 679,102
In yard, station, team, Industry and other switching track:
Number of tons (2,2140 lbs.) ................................... 12,938 8,3414 245 4,349
Total charges ................................................. $386,505 $245,290 $7,863 0133,352
In all treaks:
Number of tons (2,2140 lbs.) .................................... 24,161 17,180 55 6,426
Total charges ................................................. ..... .7,767 $557,265 $6,6 $212,454
In additional tracks and In new lines and extensions:
In running tracks passing tracks, aross-overs, eta.:
Number of tons 12,2l0 lbe.) .................................... 543 522
Total charges. .................................................. $20,521 $19,819 702
Miles of new running tracks, passing tracks, crose-avers, ete.
in which rails were laid ..................................... 2.39 2.25 .14
In yard, station, team, industry and other switching tracks:
Number of tons (2,240 lbs.) ................................... 2,592 896 86 1,610
Total charges .................................................. $61,709 $23,817 62,339 $35,553
Niles of new yard, station, team, industry and other switchIng tracks in which rails were laid .......................... 13.77 6.5 .02 7.20
In al tracks:
Number of tons (2,2140 lbs.) .................................... 3,135 1,418 86 1,631
Total charges. .................................................. $82,230 643,636 02,339 $36,255


Average number
Ds bas ...................................................... 2,408 1,379 149 880
Hourly basis...................................................... 28,844 17,825 1,235 9,76.
Total ..................................................................... 31,252 19,20k 1, 384 10,664
Compensation:
Daily basis:
Straight time actually worked .................................. $6,125,586 t3,789,834 $61,010 $,054,742
Overtime paid for .............................................. 33,388 6586 1,679 2,823
Total compensation ............................................. 6,287,161 3,86 ,849 291,1479 2.12 ,833
Hourly basis,
Straight time actually worked .................................. 4.7,680,787 30,367,368 1,91,162 15,402, 257
Overtime paid for .............................................. 2,22,72 1,389,3,54 131,175 Iee196
Total compensation ............................................. 50,940,54 32,377,. 10 2,071,14 16,491,19
Tot&:
Straight time actually worked .................................. 53.. o6,373 .,157,202 2,192,172 17,%4.5,999
Overtime paid for ............................... ......... 76,113 1,395,21o 132,854 7 9,019
Total compensation ............................................. 57,227,707 36,21 6,259 2, 362,627 18,61m,821
service an$s:
Straight time actually worked .................................... 788,4 41 452,228 50,437 29j,;76
Overtime paid for ................................................ 8,436 1,286 298 52
Total days paid for ..............................................812,2146 461,923 51,771 298,552
Service hours:
Straight time actually worked .................................... 68,6,565 2, 4 5,199 2,903.343 23,263,023
Overtime paid for ................................................... ,2 ,91 1,3,937 151,78 15119
Total hours paid for ............................................. 72,142,9 ,600,34" 3,092,796 214, ,4801
Amount of Compensation chargeable to operating expenses ............ $51,932,958 $34,22,683 61,714,5314 $15,99,741
CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY STEM LOCOMOTIVES
Total number of equivalent fuel tons (2,000 lbs.):
In freight service ............................................... 26,3q 26,385
In passenger service ............................................. 3... .123 3,123 45, g4"
Iyard-switching service .............................................,600,782 1,09 : 57,00345,2
In work servi ..................................................... l5,383 5.709
GrWnd total, all services ............................. ..... 1,640,673 1,126,061 57,061 1457,551






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 6-suMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENI'E ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987




Totals for districts

All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district New Diland region r m ake. region
Assignable Asaa Assignable Asignable As08~
to freight to passenger to ~ I, freight to Pasne t oPssenger' Assignable t asn Assignble to~Ib1 pssegrgna e AelVbe
anreighte to 1rih o as o
-- ervi cae service oe and allied serid allied .6h ~ ~
____ seSsa e- evo vc$ 8vloe services service
1. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight .....................................*** $2,514,g06 02,514,713 895
Passenger .........- ............. 21,530 -21,5300 95
Ecess baggage ................................---Sleeping car ...............................
Parlor and chair oar .......................
Wail. 4,000 S4.oExpr .................................. 6,974 6,974 ,000l
other passenger-train .................... .. .- 300 300 1
Milk .......................................................
switching .................................. 55,763.745 243,437 36,776,696 $2,141,156 $61,278 14,945,s91 162,159 $112,019 S $14,253,"o .
Water transfera--Freight ................... 493 493
water transfers-Passenger ............-
Water transfers--Vehioles and live stock ...
Water transfers-Other .....................
Total rail-line transportation revenue ... 59,279,046 276,241 41,291,902 28,804 2,141,158 61,278 14,845,986 166,159 112,019 11 14,253
I. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
Freight ....................................
Passenger ....................................
Excess baggage .......*.....*... **
other passenger service ......................*
Mail .............................*.*..*********

apecial Service *****************- ------Other...........................*******.**.*....***- ------Total water-line transportation revenue
III. INCIDNTAL
Dining and buffet ......................***
Ho tel and restaurant .....**.*********..***.** 116 426 -41,210 75. 216
Station, train, and boat privileges 94 06,662 493.601 3,672 94 2 59775 $10,1
Parcel room ........................** .**........ k45,901 191,477 .
Storage--Freight ........................... 43,108 36,613 4,212 2,083 36,059 195
astorage-Saggage.................*.*......*** : 33,696 24,494 131 9,071 5,017 2,310
Damarrage ...................... .... 1,244.,32 1104,3424 121,666 1 -2.31- 176 313,711
Telegraph and telephone ..............: .. 1; 1; k
Grain elevator .............. ..... 1819,294 189,294
Stockyard ..................................... .63.895 83,695 2 83,95
Power ...................................... 47,4o4 -7,4o4 .9 93 .
Rents of buildings and other property 6249 97 1,082,55 20,096 976,520 8,167 7.537 21,60 98,468 1,718 1907 182,747
Mtacellaneous ....................... 1,628,037 195,A6 642,691 110,612 58,80 9,113 926,941 62,315 154.817 1 944 10,102
Total Incidental operating revenues 3,438,62$ 2,427.866 1,823,839 1,875,532 92,650 13,453 1,521,939 536,683 192,770 513,766 444,774 205,299
IV. JOINT FACILITY
Joint facility--Or. ................ 270 6 9 7 1 R3 6,486
Joint faoinity--or. ... .............. 2,131 1 2.399,161 493:1N 1,792,69o 71.645 64.727 92s4,6 540,74Z 304.789 513,797 1,707 205,299
Total joint facility operating revenue ... 4. 2,127,331 L2.198.161 d17 91 922921 L.5At 44 d 3&.799 Ad813,797 4,779
Railway operating revenues assignable lJ 59,590,33 305 5,948 12,629,576 111,646 1,515,363 10, 15,445,404 184,298 14,707,033
d Deficit or other reverse item.
soperang rev ea n ; d et 5 ditrio 2, Southern trit, Western district, $418,311; New England region, Great Lakes region, $4,617; Central Eastern region,
6120,634; Poolthonta. region, -; Southern region, -; Northwestern region, -; Central Western region, -; Soutlhwestern region, 0216,31.







STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. G-SJMMARY OF PRIMARY OPIERATINEG REVENUE ACCOT NTS OF CLASS I SWrrCHIrNG AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FORt EACH CLASS OFSEVIE B9Y DISTRICTS AN15 EGIONS, FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECltMDRR 3i. 1937 -Connuead



Western district Southern district Wetr ditrc
Central Eastern region Pocahontas region southernn region Nothetr region Central Wester'n ron ouheser ego
Acontougr~_ Asg~beA.gal seg.Aogna-Aeinii
AAeeignable Ae~:e Aeegnablq to P-ne' Aeaignable to pa gja ~ Aesignable
soereigce and allied 8:rvc and allied sev~ and allied ed.0. ladale ofegt adale
seviC earlprviice services seservicen'i s 0Ic evie rvc erie

1. TRAOLNFTATION -ML. LINE
rreigbt ...................... .......... ..........2,5114.713 t9
Paceenger ................. I........................... $21,53;
Ewee bagfesgv......... ...............
ihon a.........................
Parlor and chair car ......................

Mri...................................6,963

milk .............. ..........................

switchng .........................................24,411j197 2,1141,t5a 461,278 $4,730,609 $ 1,0714,917 9 o3,15 69,9
Water transfers--Freight .........................493
Water tranfefros-Pasaenger ...................
Water tran foe-Vehioles and live stock ........ Water transfers--Other ..................

Total rail-line transportation revenue ..........26,926,i403 28,793 2,1141,158 61,278 4,730.809 4,000 1,0714,9179,42612.5
11. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
Freight ............................ ............
Paesnger .......................................
TLre a baggage.................
Otar passenger service ......

Mail ............................I.......I.......
Express .................. I..........I............
Spcal service .................................
Staer......................................____________________________Total water-line transportationl revenue .......- -111. INCIDENTAL

Dining and buffet ...........................
Hotel and restaurant .................................. 4 210 -7,1
Stat Ion, train, and boat privileges :~,5 3,67i 94 ~ .3
Parcel room .......................................................19,9:19Storage--Freight .....................................559 - 4,212 211 3314 -1,538
Storsge--aggage...............................- 7,167 --- 131 -1.279 -43 .5
Deaurrage.......................726,1457 ---21.666 57,151 29,167 9,7
Telegraph and telephone ........................................ ---Grain elevator ................................................----- -- 199,294
Stockyard ............................................-1141- 0
Power ln4d 20I
R rie159 4:2 6 3 111,01,3 0 8,029
viscellanecus ............... I..........................5 60,509 5,05 32, 36 '521,50293

Total incidental operating revenues........1,182,295 1,156,"17 -92,50 13,1453 97.959 7,458 51,502 93,1473 1,3142,179 1 3,5
IV. JOINT FACILITY

Joint facility--Or.................................. 471 .. 2-1
JToint facI lity--Dr ..................................16,626 1,073.594 --718,645 64,727 37.944 11,45 214,923 93,1473 6:7 43,1
Total joint facility operating revenue ......... .1L5 .4, la5 64 -t.LI j~fi7 e I~3 JJ,,kM d 24 Uiaiu
Hallway operating revenues aignable L/... P,922,543 111,6146 1 ,515,363 1,l04 4,790,824 1,131,796 9,522,714 1A4,298
SDeficit o ther revere Item.
Jsea pae 4, note 1.






S STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWGIouNi' AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVING,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3i, 1937



Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
Assigned Assigned seeigned Asigned Assgnee d Assinei d An
Account anand a and and ad and An and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned rapport ioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to paener to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and alied
service services service services servio services saerv seric

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superintendence .......................,.............................. $612, 712 $260,9'1 6,764 215 723,495 2,04
Roadway maintenanos--Yard switching tracks .............................. 504, 840 93761 $ 8 7
Roadway maintenance--Way switching tracks ............................... 26,205 8 ,6,o 1,391
Roadway maintenance-Running tracks ..................................... 56,99 12,415 4137 12,o;4 8,657 36 7.0
Roadway--Depreoiation--Yard switching tracks ............................ 3 7
Roadway-Depreolation--Way switching tracks ................. ............... ..
Roadway--Depreciation--Running tracks ......................................-
Underground power tubes--Yard switching traoke .......................... .
Underground power tubes--Way switching track ...........................
Underground power tubes--Running tracks .................................-
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ...........
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ............
Underground power tubes--Depreolation--Running tracks .................. .
Tunnels and subways--Yard switching tracks ............................. 15.509 7,582 7,927
Tunnels and subways-Way switching tracks ............................... 14,248 14.24 .
Tunnels and subwayse--Running tracks ..................................... .. .
Tunnels and subways--Depreolation--Yard switching tracks ................ .
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ................. .
Tunnels and subways-Depreoiation--Running tracks ........................-
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Yard switching tracks .................. 303,596 314,917 154,442 22.993 16,432 1,483 132,722 l0,441
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Way switching tracks .................. ............0
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Running tracks ......................... ].2,2 1: R4 23, 4:02 4,5814 192 4,o49
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Deproiation--Yard switching traoke .... 60,189 1,775 28,567 20,725 1,775 10,877
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Way switching tracks -.. .. .
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Depreciation--Running tracks ...........- .
Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks .............................. 39,277 1 980 1 38,297
Elevated structures-Way switching tracks ................................ -. .
Elevated structures--Running tracks ..................................... .
Elevated structures--Depreciation--ord switching tracks ................ 2,205 2,5
Elevated structures--Depreciation--Way switching tracks .................. .... .
Elevated structures--Depreciation--Running tracks .........................
Ties-Yard switching track s ....... ............................... 893,703 74,839 575,752 2 l4,1 18,639 1,489 299,312 48539
Ties--Way switching tracks .......................................... ... 13,010 1010
Ties--Running tracks ............................. ............... 138,9841 80,182 120, .201 9,352 392 9,082 1,589
Ties--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ................................349
Ties-Depreciation--Way switching tracks ................................-.
Ties--Depreciation--Running tracks ...................................... .. .
Rails--Yard switching tracks............................................. 214,773 25,475 154,321 9,492 9,756 752 5o,696 15#231
Rails--Way switching tracks .............................................8, 8,000 .
Rails-Running tracks................................................. 46,6 10, 374 ,77 351 56 23 16,656
Rails-Depreoation--Yard switching tracks ..............................5 465
Rails-Depreciation--Way switching tracks ...............................
Raile--Depreciation--Running tracks ..................................... .
Other track material--Yard switching tracks ............................. 613,485 95,792 392,835 31,06 17,274 1. 68 203,376 62,91e
Other track material--Way switching tracks ............................* 78,191 -7.19.1
Other track material--Running tracks .................................... 7 7
Other track material--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ................ .. .
Other track material--Depreciaton--Way switching tracks ................ -...
Other track material--Depreciation--Running tracks .........................
Ballast-Yard switching tracks.. ........................................ 76,5214 14,832 34,329 6,8 16,246 1,387 25,949 6.553
Ballast--Way switching tracks ........................................ .
Ballast-Running tracks ................................................. a .61 .4, 19.! 145 t 9 286 .
Ballast-Depreciation-Yard switching tracks ............................5
Ballast--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ......................... ..... .... -...
Ballast--Depreciation--Running tracks .................................. .
TraOck laying and surfacing--Yard switching tracks ....................... 1478,021 168,616 1,001,598 68,115 38,308 2,709 438,115 97,798
Track laying and surfacing-Way switching tracks .............................. .4.27, 5 &,23
Track laying and surfacing--Running tracks ...................... 2Q1 21 179 6 51,08 9,o68 380 1g,417
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Yard switching tracks .................... 11, 2, ,148 530 6565 51
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Way switching tracks ...............**..*.. 0 0
Fences, now shede, and signs--Running tracks. .......................... ,96 352 1,39; 69 o 35
f Deficit or other reverse item.







STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7 -SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL 00MPANI FOR EAOR CLA F 07 VIGH
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1987 -Continued



Totals for district

All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
Aseigned Assigned AWsAsigned AsrgnTned e88 Ass ed s
Amount and and and and and and andan
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to Dassenger
freight end allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services- service services service services
1. MAINTWRANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES continued
fences, snow sheds, and signe--Depreciation--yard switching tracks, $94 -$76)3 0)
Fences, snow sheds, and eigns--Depreciation--Way switching t ks.
Fences, anow shade, and signs--Depreciation--Running tracked .......
Station and office buildings .....*...*.***.*.**.**********.. 277, *0 $669,773 11,920 $453,249 $32,311 $8,120 11
Station and office buildings--Depreclation ........................ 169,6a 9 15$350-,14
Roadway buildings ................................................. 32, 09 2,534 16,878 2,o64 2,359 153 1,2 317
Roadway buildings-Depreciation ....................................**.* 32 9 24 8 10,931 1,6 6 02 5
Water stations .............. ................................ 9 13,964 3 9 1
Water stations--Depreooation ...................... *****1................ .1,210 31, 16,022 2,931 191 616 1
Fuel stations ...............................................3*1***********02* *
Fuel stations--Depreciation .................................. *6*0 1,54 5,0) .
Shops and engine houses ............................................ 218,267 202,801 146.053 14,150 1,300 8 70,914
Shope and engine houses--DepreOiation ........................***..*.**66**
Grain elevators .....................................**.**** ........**.* '2
Grain elevatores-Depreciation ............................................- 2 4
Storage warehouses ............................................ 6 2 0 --78
Storage warehouses--Depreciation ...............................*3**56 3*,07*
Wharves and doaks ...............................................258, 931 61,39 24,322 3 1 657 92
Wharves and docks-Depreciation .............................. *, 1 1 140852
Coal and ore wharves .........................................** 117,10 117,07
Coal and ore wharves--Depreciation ................................ ,083 8,0$3 *
Gas producing plants .... .1.-
Gas producing plants--Depreciation ........................**......... 19 19
Telegraph and telephone lines ..................................... 69,017 21,263 54.83 12,579 4,o62 349 10, a 8,33
Telegraph and telephone lines--Depreciation ......................... 471 2
Signals and interlookers ................................... ........614* 295,71 293091 12.733 997 1 567
Signals and interlookers--Depremiation ...............................2. 15,oo 1,4 11,906 A 8 2, 3,6
Power plants ................................................*11**0**4*** *5* **0*
Power plants--Depreclation .............. ...................****** ********
Power-transmission systems ....................................*20,69 103,467 13,400 70,297 473 34 6,75 33,136
Power-transmiselon systems--Depreciation ............... ** *1....... 8155 546 1,067 1
Miscellaneous structures .......................*.*..........* 5* 10,205 s4,797 191 1 597
Miscellaneous structurea--Depreciation .....................*..*** 25, 9 8 6 159
Roadway machines .........................................*..**.*..
Roadway machines--Depreciation .......* ......................*..*3* 635 2* 2 **9**
Small tools and supplies ................................. ......** *11,O 16 84 6 72 17,276 3,642 2 40,516 9,
Removing enow, ice, and sand ................................*1;**8*6**.*17, 127 U6 1 6 64527 7 1
Public improvemente--Maintenance .............................**..****.**********.***..., 11,2 67 3 ,
Injuries to persons...........................................***** ** 20,091 2 6 2
094~rncy 20,01 26,9146 1565,3 472257731
Sttionr and printing................................*...**..* V 1 5761
Other expenses ............................** *..............*.********57*
Right-of-way expenses ..................***.. ***.*.****.*********
Total........I............................................... ,905,a0 2,616,070 4,761,782 1,904,83 332,757 25,990 2,811,301 782,247
maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities--Dr......... ,29 5617 539,61 6,3 1 72 2 1
maintaining joint tracks, yards, and. other facilities_-r........2,9*13' 2,605,:419 1,665,ol6 1,60,4:1' 21oi261,07,6: 753.9
Equalization--Way and structures ................................**** ** **
Total--All depreciation aoocunte.................................... 461,214 1, 775 80,025 20,72 1,775 36Total--All other maintenance of way and structures accounts ........ 5,166,87 17, 93 3,556,322 8,355 103, 2 9,138 ,
Total maintenance of way and structures ...................... 5,625,101 19,268 3,636,347 8,355 124,351 10,913 1,867,403
II. MHINTEUNCE OF SQUIPMENT
Superintendence ........................................ *.........**53,* 14 14 9 316 210 ,14 157
Shop machinery ..............................................*.*** *****0* 95? 3
Shop machinery--Depreciation ..............................***** 1 9
Power-plant machinery ...................*****...*....***3 1*45,77**** 1 0,0
Power-plant machinery--Depreciation ................................ 22,0
Steam locomotives--Repairs--rard .................................. 3,009,01 436.317 2,08,925 2k6,oo 151,501 10,723 768,655 179,586
Steam looomotive--Repairs--Other ..................................************
Other locomotivea--Repairs ............................. 441 110,1 110,136
Freght-train cars-Repairs ...........................** *0 1 1 2,279 *
Passenger-train oars--Repas. ....................*.**...****....... 51.. 5,181! l

1/ includes 61,38 wepresmentisg amortization of terminal property.






e STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7-UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCt)1ITS OF CLASS I SWITCING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued



Totals for eistriots
All districts Eastern diatriot Southern district Western district
Assiged Assigned As6Igned Assigned Aeeigned A e d assignedesu
Account and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportiored apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
_10_ _alose service services service services service servicss

II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued

Floating equipment--Repairs ....................................... 74,50 ,345 33 1626
Work equipment--Repairs ....................................*** ...*.** ..**1 449 $2,465 $21 242,002
Miscellaneous equipment--Repairs .................................. 1 6 8 10,6 ,872 10,40 967 83 7 529 2
Equipment--Retirements ............................................ 6,531 110 4,025 8 2.50
Extraordinary retirementa--Equipment ..............................

Equipment--Depreoiation ........................................... .. 51,5g,279 l1,6 1,236, 137,o0 33#937 2,g 28o,32 12 70
Injuries to persons ..................................................... .3 5327 225 0 I
Insurance .........................................................* ** 35 2,932 09 37 1 l 126
Stationery and printing ........................................... 1 8,7 A 6,2 69 2, 68
Other expenses .................................................... 6, 5 913 4:154 501 2,1o 178 91 234
Total .................................................... 7,641,789 1,093,538 5.879,377 769,170 223,313 16,994 1,539,099 307,374
Maintaining joint equipment--Dr ..............................:...:: : : : ::o2 7.49,020 15255 5
Maintaining joint equipment-Cr .......................................885,159 1.068,952 3 479,215.53? 12,559 5:7 307,374
Equalization--Equipment .......................................... __________Total maintenance of equipment ............................... 6,901,753 24,586 5,638,119 2o,11O 70.779 4,436 1,192,855
III. TRAFFIC
Superintendence .................................................. I7, 621 111,329 621 46,o8
Outside agencies ................................................. 117 10 ,516 *
Advertising ...................................................... 19,6 107 3,911 17 1
Traffic associations .............................................. 2,165 936 -- ,229
Fast freight lines ................................................
Industrial and immigration bureaus ................................ 8,180 4,152 4,028 *
Insurance ............................................... 261 25 2
Stationery and printing .......................................... 20,856 15, 5,180
Other expenses ................................................... 92 2 50
Total traffic ............................................... 335,592 72 221,821 728 113,771
IV. TMANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superintendence ................................................... 1,216,757 143, 6 862 97,091 $3,814 3.745 310,o44 42,660
Dispatching trains ..................................... .....................3. 270460 0 146 30,114 35,671 2,925 1261
Station employees ................................................, .,820,07 5,10,9 1,685 2,128,117 191 21,38 1,94, 1,9543
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ..................... .. 33,663 79 20,6s2 3,304 79 9,67
Coal and ore wharves ............................................. 79,128 79,128
Station supplies and expenses ..................................... 282,769 1,174,244 126 2 249 25.326 4,056 11 294939
Yardmasters and yard clerks ....................................... 2,87,420 3 o6 I 51 4 1 14,318 1,1 6 131,19)
Yard conductors and brakemen ................................ 628,511 1,206 11 12 5 25, 3, 43 9
Yard switch and signal tenders ................................... 815,.1 48)45 ,T:31" 1,477 318,316 205,059
Yard enginemen .................................................... 6868,520 3.921, 339 83,509 1,27981,243 2913
Yard motormen. powr.podue.............................................................. 1
Yard switching fuel.-............................................4,466260 ;N1187 3,097,373 31:708 177,37 11,678 1,191,510 200,501
Yard switching power produced............................................. J2 0
Yard switching power purchased...................................- b 88 14 --
Water for yard locomotives ........................................ 344,000 28,507 237,988 14,361 5,922 457 1o,090 13,689
Lubricants for yard locomotives ................................... 93,563 10,223 63,284 6, 16 211 27355
Other supplies for yard locomotives ............................... 8 ,oo0 1o,05 5 266 5 1 28 ,
Enginehouse expenses--Yard .........................................1, ,981 145.519 78 883 lo:49P 325 24 6,
Yard supplies and expenses ........................................ 31,257 112,232 2 0,614 70,079 13 498 95 841,258
Train enginemen .................................................. 177,217 10,146 177,217 10,456
Train motormen .................................................... 92,16M 92,162
Train fuel ........................................................ 63,874 9,949 63,874 9Train power produced .............................................. -4749 -14 7
Train power purchased .................................... 113,1 113,1
Water for train looomotives ....................................... 10,218 1,320 10,218 1,3 0
Lubricants for train locomotives .................................. 2,465 1,o0o 2,46g 10014
other supplies for train locomotives ...*.****.*****..********** 3,10 396 3.106 396

A Deficit or other reverse Ites.






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY No. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCO-UNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOIL EACH CLASS O R
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued


Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Westedsw t rict
A"count Assigned Assigned Assigned Ass gosigned
Account and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to
e;reIht and allied freight and allied freight and allied feiht ni d
erlo 8e s service services j eroe ; services servie ........

Iv. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
Enginehouse expenses--Train ....................................... ..21,10 $15,793 $21,10 $15,79-Train2en .......................................................... 18,2 30,.99 18,9 30 4 .
Train supplies and expenses ....................................... 183,917 89,637 158,160 $7, 92 $12,893 $1,277 $12,s64$ 68
Operating sleeping oars ........................................... .... 1.- -.
Signal and interlooker operation .................................. .407,15 250,776 271,121 24.563 9,614 403 127,080 790
Crossing Protection............................................... 473,649 261 840 44
Drawbridge operation ........... ;......................................33,2 8 12 ,268 20,113 8,562583
Telegraph and telephone operation ................................. 98,208 2 ,982 5,8 1,287 15,719 ,315
Operating floating equipment ...................................... 222,41o 17,874 151,90- -0,0 17,67
Express service .....................................................
Stationery and printing ........................................... .. .19,3 44,546 101,320 2 12:50 865 80a 92 1
Other expenses .................................................... 126,6 3 8,522 101,261 5 220 47 22,165 3. .
Insurance ......................................................... 52,821 5,807 31,380 3,21 1,20 I7
Clearing weeks ................................................... .57,62 1168 39521 1,909 1,O99 10 9 71
Damage to property ................................................ 51,:418 9,625 37,16 2,323 3,010 21 9
Damage to livestock on right-of-way................................26 66
Loss and damage--Freight .......................................... .98,1 12 60,6 3,608 7 11
Loss and damage--Saggage ........................................... 2,1 4,308 2,10 3,071 11 1,2.
Injuries to persons .............................................. 41,651 71,212 270,710 48,721 13,107 1,181 127,8342
Operating Joint yards and terminals--Dr ........................... 703,974 16,139 655,154 11,282 24 48, 571 4,857
Operating joint yards and terminals-Or ..............................7,80,652 10,8577 2,974,259 6,997,574 51,08Z4 2,4896 4, 45
Operating Joint track@ and facilities-Dr .......................... 213,2708 20, 7,0)6 3 7-7
Operating Joint tracks and facilities--Or ......................... 1,155,476 139,52 247,674 62,393 902,065 77,159 5,537
Total transportation--Rail line .............................. 25,581,809 1J6,812 1,455,224 75,952 463,595 40,060 6,662,990
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of vessels ................................................ ..
Operation of terminals .............................................Incidental ............................................................
Total transportation--Water line .................................
VI. MISCELANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet service ............................................ .. ...
Hotels and restaurants .............................................- 37,464 7,6
Grain elevators ................................................... 69,9 69,95
Stockyards ........................................................ 90, 74 90,764-
Producing power sold ............................................... ........- 10,423 10,423
Other miscellaneous operations .................................... 1,173 1,173
Total miscellaneous operations ............................... 161,892 4.7,87 9o,764 47,7 -71,12
VII. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general officers .......................... 95,70 1049087 17,943 72.419 10448 .94 14.7,479 31,774
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants.................... .,966 535 5203
:7' 22:13, 976M 5247
General office supplies and expenses .............................. 127,927 97,9 11,3 2 2,038 Us1 273,4 7,671
Law expenses ...................................................... 207,421 74:32 127,519 55,79 9,107 7072
Insurance ......................................................... 3,020 75 1,921 551 232 20 86
Relief department expenses. ....................................5.345 3,000 5.345 3,00O
Pensions......................................................16 2,7264,105 1,921 672 83,242 11,838
a ~ ~ ~ ........................ .......... 056 1,2
Stationery and printing.................................50,15 14,581 35,589 1051 131 41,2 3,915
Valuation expenses ................................................ 21,959 3: 18 3271 3310 45 27,30 3,8
Other expenses .................................................... 105,530 22,2 891 O,:35 27,, 9 3,785 28,91 d,
General Joint facilities--Dr ....................................... 2,995 50 2,631 58 364
General Joint faoilites--Or ...................................... 478,920 503,533 215,033 34.7,59 92,6 7,939 171.205 147,735
Total general expenses ....................................... 1,676,657 5,069 1,213,.43 2,549 13,080 2,520 450 143 .
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVES ENT- Or ......7,17 795 32 9
Total railway operating expenses assigned 11/40,277,967 214,50 29,254,914 155,621 671,773 58,729 10,351,300.______...
l/ Exclude. unassigned operating expenses as follows: All district*, *27,960; Eastern district, $58O; Southern district, -; Western district, $27,380; New England region, -; Gret Lakes region, ;
Central eastern region, 8580; Pocahontas region, -; Southern region, -; Northwestern region, -; Central western region, -; Southwestern region, $27,300.
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go STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING 'EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASOF SERVICE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDEL DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued



Totals for regions
Eastern district Southern district
N end re ion .Great Lak es region Central Eastern region Pooaontae region
NeW a ~n ele s~dAs e eI gee Aaa~ e
Account Ass gne Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service services

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

Superintendence ................................................... .12 592 $ 03 $120,95 $55 70 $273217 $18 1,908
Roadway maintenance--Ysrd switching tracks .......................72 29, 56,77 7,251 21,319 19 605
Roadway maintenance--Way switching tracks ................... .......- 205
Roadway maintenance-Bunnin tracks ................................ O5,056 1,502 2,1778 -34,103 10,243
Roadway--Deprecation-Yard switching tracks ....................... 252
Roadway--Depreciation-Way switching track ......................... --
Roeadway-Depreciation-Running tracks .............................
Under round power tubes--Yard switching tracks ..................... ....
Underground power tubes--Way Switohing tracks ......................
Underground power tubes8-Running tracks ............................-
Underground power tubee--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ....... ..
Underground power tubes--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ..........
Underground power tubes--Depreciatlon--Running tracks ..............Tunnels and subways-Yard switching tracks .........................- 7,582-
Tunnels and subways--Way switching tracks ......................... -4 8
Tunnels and subways--Running tracks .................................-
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ... ........
Tunnels and subways--Depreelation--Way switching tracks ............
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation-Running tracks ....................

Bridges, trestles, and culverta-Yard switching tracks ............. 8g 4 61,723 298 92,636 22,691
Bridges, trestles, and cuverts--Way switching tracks ........... 2,90
Bridgee, trestles, and culverts--Running tracks .................... 7,608 2,655 761 15,527 1,7 7
Bridges, trestles, and culverta-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks -- 28,597
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Depreciation-Way switching tracks. -Bridges, trestles, and dlilverts--Depreciation--Running tracks .... .
Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks ......................... 980 1
Eleveted structuree--Way switching tracks ..........................
Elevated structures--Running tracks ................................ 7
Elevated structures-Depreclation--Yard switching tracks ...........
Elevated structures--Depreciation-Way switching tracks ............
Elevated structurea--Depreciation-Running tracks ..................
Ties--Yard switching tracks ........................................ 26,989 6,246 175,307 373,456 18,565
Ties--Way switching tracks ....................................******. *.* 1. .010-
Tiee--Runnine tracks ............................................... 8,046 3,974 3.,956 10,54 11 ,227
Ties--Depreoiation--Yard switching tracks .*......................... - 34-
Ties--Depreciation-Way switching tracks ............................-
Ties--Depreciation--Running tracks .................................
Raile-Yard switching tracks ....................................... 2,327 3,418 25,251 1,181 126,743 4,893
Rails--Way switching tracks ........................................8 ,000
Rails-Running tracks .............................................. d 1.. d2,690 27,4a 10,791
Rails--Depreciation-Yard witching tracks ......................... .- 465
Rails--Depreciaton--Way switching tracks ...........................
Rails-Depreciation--Running tracks ................................-
Other track material-Yard switching tracks ........................ 12,oo006 12,743 107,279 1,537 273,550 17,126
Other track material--Way switching tracks ......................... 78,191
other track material--Running tracks ............................... 1,619 1,695 1,290 56,764 35,767
Other track material--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .........-
Other track material-Depreoiation--Way switching tracks ...........
Other track material--Depreciation--Running tracks .................. .. -seallast--Yard switching tracks...................................... 706 44 13,093 135 20,530 6,714
allast--Way switching tracks ....................................... .- 2,14Ballast--Running tracks ............................................ 113 39 120 _19 a 2o
Ballast--Depreoiation--Yard switching tracks .......................-
Ballast-Depreation-Way switching tracks ........................
Balla st-Depreciation-Running tracks ............................... -.
Track laying and surfacing--Yard switching tracks .................. 34,909 2,123 304,327 14,992 662,362 51000
Track laying and urfaing-Way switching tracks ................ 2
Track laying and surfacing--Running tracks ...... 1361 5,01 0,780 155.05
Fences, show shaes, and signs--Yard switching tracks *************** 153 16 20)147 262367
Pennes, snow she, and signs-Way switching tracks .............. ..363 2, 32,7
Penose, snow sheds, and signs--Running tracks ..................... 542 164 11 -839 12d Defictt or other reverse item.






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS


SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF EIARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIBB FOR BACK CLASS OF 58 E ,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1987 Continued



Totals for regions
Eastern district Southern district
Now ng ad r~ __Z,-eat lae Talesenrgo .,p o ergo
Account Asgned Assiigne d Aegne A"Ine A2.elgned AaelndAege Asaigned
and and and and and an and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to pefenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service services

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Fences, snow ahede, and signs--Deprt Ition--Yard switching tracks .763
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Depre.lation--Way switching tracks .Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Depreciation--Running tracks ........ 0Station and office buildings ....................................... $17,328 $97.020 423,003 $Ll7 91,589 307.412Station and office building-*Depreosation ....................................- 15,350
Roadway building .................................................. 560 257 412 13.1 1,395
Roadway buildings--Depreoiation .................................................o...... 1 5 5
Water stations .......................................................397 19
Water stations--Deprooiation ....................................... 1, 33
Fuel stations ...........................................*** *....... 4,497 2,105 9,990 17,501 13,877
Fuel statione--Depreoietion. ........................................ 1,4514

Shops and engine houses ................................... ......... ,1461 6,092 41,44 8,919 151 R6 31,042
Shops and engine houses--Depreciation ..............................- -3
Grain elevators.......*..****.**************.***..*....**.********
Grain elevator--Depreolation ........................ .........6
Storage warehouses ...................................................... 2,664
Storage warehousee-Depreciation ................................... 3,078
Wharves and docks .......................... ..................... .8,650 52,729
harves and doeks--Depreciation .................................... 10,41
Coal and ore Wharves ...............................................* * 011 ,
Coal and ore wharves-Depreciation .. ............................. .
Gas producing plants ..........................* ..**.****
Gas producing plants--Depreciation .................................

Telegraph and telephone lines ......................................868 395 18,616 3,749 35,399 4,435
Telegraph and telephone lines--Depreoiation ............................ 8- -1
Signals and interlookers ........................................... 6,080 45,603 714,28 28,799 212 7142,832
Signals and lnterlookers--Deproolation ............................ .- 2 8.343
Power plants........................................................... .... 43 1,180 563 2,383
Power plants--Depreciation .........................................-

Power-transmiasion systems ......................................... 359 593 3,244 24,846 9,80 44,85Power-transmisslon systems--Depreciation ...........................- a 0
Miscellaneous structures ...........................................- 12,08965 8,116 4,516
Miscellaneous structures--Deprooiation .............................
Roadway machines .................................................... 2,401 724 10,672 258 13c291 708
Roadway machines-Deprecation .................................... .......- 350
Small tools and supplies ............................................. 2 4 2,141 21,365 92 4973 12,917
Removing snow, e, and sand ....................................... ,51 1,5 117,117 4,0 1358 2i,947
Public improvemntsa-Maintenance .................................. 5.74 1,175 13,120 2 2,178 12,49
Injuries to persons ................................................ 17 1,735 10,711 1,32o 14,021 8,362

Insurance .......................................................... 2,38 5, 68 1,762 20 19,801 7,806
Stationery and printing *............................................ 1*4 *66 *554*4 1*79*
Other expenses .................... .............................. 29 I 914 84
Right-or-way expenses ..............................................
Total ......................................................... 198,627 247o977 1,152,24 210,44o 3,410,871 1,346,416
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other faoilitie--Dr. ......... 176 65 392 501 -16,904 687
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other faollites--Or. .......... 198,803 248,02 366,000 210,40 1,100, 213 1,344934
Equalisation-Way and structures ...................................
Total--All depreciation accounts .................................1.17...7.5 2-,02 3
Total--All other maintenance of way and structures accounts ........ 1,178,7 2,377,537 8,355
Total maintenance of way and structures ........................ 1,178,785 2,457,562 8,355
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMliNT

Superintendence .................................................... 8 125,19
shop mohinery ..................................................... 19,7 29 6
Shop machinery--Depreciation ...................................... 59,28)
Power-plant machinery .............................................. 3,618 34,962 7,761 14,571 14,089 5,53,3
Power-plant machinery--Depreolation ................................ *

Steam locomotives--Repairs--Yard.................................... 46.592 4,609 716,176 1,326,157 241,399
St eam locomotives--Repairs--Other ..................................- -2LO
Other locomotives-.-Repaire ..........................................Z,19 194 1,50Fre ght-train cars--Repairs ........................................ 4.... N 297+5 15
Passenger-train cars--Repairs ............. .................... 4,3

Defioit or other reverse item.
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STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7 -SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR A A SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1987 -Continued


Totals for regions

Eastern district S h district
Niew England reg ion Great Lakes -aion at
Acoount AssigAssigned A~sgled Aseigned A5ned A2f s ged a gs Ass n
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger toto paseger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service services

JI. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENiT -Continued
Floating equipment--Repairs ................................- $59,3 4
Work equipmsnt-'-Repaird .......................................1,519 560 $12,513 $1,12 8 539- 276
Miscellaneous equipment--Repairs .......................50 02085 975 77 11 55
Equipment--Retirements ..................................... d 10 117 3,918 86
Extraordinary retirements--Equipment .......................-
Equipment--Depreciation ................................... 20,451 1,727 288 1 4 99,593 927,874 35 728 "
n t o o.......................................574 301 4A 1260 18,638 10084
toneran d ................................................. 1,108 582 1,491 29.66 859
Stationery and prtng ................................... 609 319 2,669 3886 5,517 "
Other expenses ............................................... 7 89 282 ,865 21
Total ................................................ 135,676 64,798 1,479,872 250,546 4,263,629 453,826
Maintaining joint equipment--Dr ............................- 79,361 61,25
Maintaining Joint equlpment--Cr ........................... 135,676 64,798 61,031 250,546 186. 37 433,676
Equalization--Equipment ................................... ,- 436
Total maintenance of equipment .......................- 1,497,202 .4,140,917 20,150
III. TRAFFIC
Superintendent ............................................ .1,092 552 39, 70,987 69 .
Outside agencies .......................................... -, 6.7r 78,769
Advertising. ................................................ .......125 107 474 3,31
Traffic associations ...................................... 85 100 751
Fast freight lines ................................... .... .-
Industrial and immigration bureaus ........................ 4,152
Insuranoe......... ....................................... 2 257
Stationer d prin Ing ....................................278 7,015 8383Other expenses ..................................... ......... -- 42
Total traffic ....................................... 1,580 659 57,740 162,501 69
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superintendence .......................................... 19,o92 1o,668 310,220 16,1oo 533,59 0,3
Dispat thing trains ........................................ 65,763 20,828 80,578
station employees ......................................... 250,959 457,246 562,532 4O4,6827
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ........ 17,142 -1W
ore wharves .................................... 47,93. 314190
Station supplies and ex 'nsas ............................. 29,358 179,984 24 35 16,94 72,297 526 425
Yardasaters end yard clerks .................................. 74,27 11,901 W01, 30,116 993,839 125,678
Yar condutorens and.akemen ............................... 193.... 15924 1,908,485 112,401 3,308,127 617,70a switch and signal tenders ............................ 26,041 23,560 152,013 11,965 307,591 243,362
Yrd eineen .............................. 98960 7,176 1,333,407 2,4 9,235 37 ,233
d moormn .. .......................................32,20 :6 73,499 43,056
Ysard switching. ful.....................4,389 ,804 1,166,898 1,846,086 307,904
Yard switching power produced ......................... ....... .- 3,502-
Yard switching power purchased ............................. "
Water for yard locomctives.................................. 4,363 495 77,942 155,683 13,866
Lubricants for yard locomotives ........................... .1,84 99 17 928 524 44 52 5. 933 "
Other supplies for yard locomotives ................................ 2,203 1 14 139 5,375
Enginshouse expeneas-Yard.................................. 7 636- 5,918
Yard supplies and expensese......................................4,370 661 50,549 19,534 175,699 8
Train enginemen ................................................ ... 177,217 10:76
Train motoran ..................... I..............................- 92,162
Train fuel ...................................................- 63,874 9,949 "
Train power ................ ................... i4,749 -n purchased ..................................... 113,139
W r in locomotive I.............................. .......19 1,320
Other supplie for tran lcomoives ................ 231 3 M16

d Defict or other rea se item.





STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS 3

SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMAfNI FR E
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 -ontinued


Totele for regions
___________________ Eastern districtSotendsrc
Mtr On tc
Ne" England region Great Lakes region C central East ern 2alo Pochota reglo
Account Assigned Assigned Assigned msl~ed Assigned A e d A.n k ad
and and andan and da
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportions& so t
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight
service services service services servIce heroes so c evoe
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
Enginehouse expenses--Train ........................................ $10,O7 21,5, ,70
Trainmen ......................................................... -18:1 is 11, 3
Train supplies and expenses ...................................... $91,885 77,813 66,2 9: r79
Operating sleeping oars ................................... ::::: ..
Signal and interlocker operation .......................... $5.98 57,919 92,8563 53s832 172,2984 137,833
Crossing protection................................................ 16,1147 8,821 fE6 08,10 35,262
Drawbridge operation .............................................- U 8,562
Telegraph and telephone operation ................................ 9,046 1,280 22,8 627 2Z47143
Operating floating equipment ..................................... .- 1519 906
Express service .....................................................
Stationery and printing............................................ 3,804 34,237 1, 567 2,29
Other expenses .................................................... 561 12 4,329 1,95 962d4 2,8
Insurance ........................................................ 1.503 502 10, 565 218 19,312 2, M
Clearing wrecks ................................................ d.. 11,2 60 28,7114 1:84Damage to property ............................................. ... ...- 14 17,623 19,71 n, .
Damage to livestock on right-of-way ................................_- 50
Lose and damae--Freight ......................................... 1,527 35.4114 -2 7 .
Lose and damage--Baggage ......................................... 1,474 21140 1,297
Injuries to persons .............................................. 8,63.9 6,67 166,762 1,452 95,329 40: 32
Operating joint yards and terminals--Dr .......................... .- 227 32,178 11,282
Operating joint yards and terminals--Cr........................... ...956,320 802,1 17882 1,282,368 1, 3V4,097 4,9 02
Operating joint tracks and faollties-Dr. ......................... 120,806 | .
Operating joint tracks and facilities--Cr .......................... .. 6,1 -7 036 .
Total transportation--Rail line .............................. 6,652,941 11,02,283 75,952 *
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of vessels ............................................ .....
Operation of terminals ........................................... ..
Incidental ....................................................... ..... --Total transportation-Water line ............................VI. MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet service ........................................-
Hotels and restaurants ........................................... .....- 4
Grain elevators ..................................................-
Stockyards........... .............................................. 90,764
Producing power sold ....................................................... 10,423
Other miscellaneous operations ....................................-
Total miscellaneous operations .............................. 90,764 k7,887 .
VII. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general officers .......................... .2,5 2 6,9 118568 19,25 21 146,7 8
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ................... 10,8 9. 94 24.6 15,1t 415 12661
General office supplies and expenses............................ 1" 84 2, 65, 1
............................................ 3 70 3,82 92, 853
Insurance ........................................................ 39 19 577 1,305 32
Relief department expenses ........................................ .- "5 3,000
Pensions.........................................................::::3,1139 60096 16,606 17i4 614280 3,651
Stationery and printing.............................................. 460 180 12,3 1,106 2, 459 9.32
Valuation expenses .................................................. 1984030 2,N13 147 67 699
Other expenses ...................................................161 1)1 12, 51 153 36,119 10,081
General Joint facilities--Dr .....................................- 27T 3,358 5
General joint daoilitle -Or ..................................... . ,965 30,957 295 M,529 195,77 3 37,3.
Total general expenses................................. ....... .473,114 7.40.320 25
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVESTMENT--Cr ....1514 -6141 --- I
Total railway operating expenses assigned V ................,80 659 9,950,392 19,302,94 154,962
SDefoit or o ther reverse item.
see page 49, not* 1.






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF ERVICE
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 -Continued



Totals for regions

Southern district Western distriot
Southern region Northwestern region Centra We stern reion southweste n aragn
Acon Asi~e Asige Ceta wsenrgoSutwesenrgo
Aoount Assigneda Assigned Assigned Asslgned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assgned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service aervicoes service services service services ervioe service

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

Superintendence ................................................... $23,495 $2,044 $46,156 $5,746 $27,494 $4,29 6 S10o8,803 $33,073
Roadway maintenance-Yard switching tracks ......................... 18,605 1,391 144,792 1,365 23,239 1,126 135.829 33,256
Roadway maintenanoe--Way switching tracks ..................... .....
Roadway maintenance--Running tracks ................................ 8,657 363 7,005 7Roadway--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .......................
Roadway--Depreelation--Way switching tracks ........................
Roadway--Depreciation--Running tracks ..............................- "
Underground power tubes--Yard switching tracks .....................- ..
Underground power tubes--Way switching tracks ......................- -Underground power tubes--Running tracks ............................- ..
Underground power tubes--Depreciation-Yard switching tracks .......- ..
Underground power tubes-Depreciation-Way switching track .......-..
Underground power tubes--Depreciation-Running tracks ..............-
Tunnels and subways--Yard switching tracks ......................... ,927
Tunnels and subways--Way switching tracks ..........................
Tunnels and subways--Running tracks ................................
Tunnels and subway s--Depreolation-Yard switching tracks ..........
Tunnels and subways-Depreolation-Way twitching tracks ...........
Tunnels and subways--Depreciation--Running tracks .................. ..

Bridges, trestles, and oUlverts--Yard switching tracks ............. 16,432 1,483 13,759 896 3 118,067 10,438
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Way switching tracks ..............
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Running track. .................... 4, 12 4,049
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation-ard switching tracks 20,725 1,7 5 10,877
Bridges, trestles, and oulvertes-Depreoiation-Way switching tracks. -..
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciation--Running tracks ......

Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks ......................... 38,297
Elevated structures--Way switching tracks ..........................
Elevated structures--Running tracks ................................ -..
Elevated structureo--Depreeiation--Yard switching tracks ........... ,205
Elevated structurea--Depreciation-Way switching tracks ............
Elevated struturtes--Depreolation--Running tracks ..................

Ties--Yard switching tracks ........................................ 18,639 1,89 61,08 6,33)4 46,802 4,12 191,102 37,393
Ties--Way switching tracks .........................................-
Tie--Running tracks ............................................... 9,352 392 9,082o 16589
Ties-Depreciation--Yard. switching tracks .......................... *
Ties--Depreciation--Way switching tracks ...........................
Ties--Depreciation-Running tracks .................................-
Raile--Yard switching traoke ....................................... 9,756 752 10,834 2,377 8,088 794 31,774 12,060
Rales-Way switching traoke ........................................
Rails-Running tracks ............................................. 563 23 16,656
Rails--Depreciation-Yard switching raoks .........................
Rails--Depreoatopn--Way switching tracks ..........................
Raile--Depreciation-Running tracks ................................ --

Other track material--Yard switoning tracks..................,...... 17,274 1,)468 56,776 11,1120 30,258 2,8144 116,342 48,654
Other track material-Way switching tracks .........................
Other track material-Running tracks ............................... .4,9- 26 8,780 65
Other track material-Depreciation--Yard switching tracks ..........-
Other track material-Depreciation-Way switching tracks .............
Other track matserial-Depreoilation--Running tracks .................-

Ballast--Yard switching tracks ..................................... 16,246 1,387 d 1,961 132 24),175 6,1420
Ballast--Way switching tracks ......................................
Ballast--Running tracks ............................................ 213 9 286
Ballast-Depreolation--Yard switching tracks .......................
Ballast-Depreciaton--Way switching tracks ........................-
Ballast--Depreo lation--Running tracks .......................... ....

,Track laying and surfacing-Yard switching track .................. 38,308 2,709 110,204 12,054 51,399 4,810 276,512 80,928
Track laying and suracing-Way switching tracks ...................
Track laying and urfacing--Running tracks ......................... 9,068 1, 75
Iences, snow sheds, and signs-Yard switching tracks ............ 666 56 1,108 6 337
Fenese, snow sheds, and eigns--Way switching tracks .............-
Penoes, snow aheds, and signs-Running tracks ...................... 469 20 35

A Deficit or other reverse item.




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS a


SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICB, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1937 -Continued



Totals for regions
Southern district Western district
Arathen *arranNorthwatr aranCntral Wto Prinln 4tuhetw ria
Account Assigned Assigned A signed Asigned Assigned g
and and and and and and and ad
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
serinL sa inq a *Lrvia nervines

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Depreciation--Yard switching tracks -$11
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Depreclation--Way switching tracks
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Depreciation--Running tracks .......
Station and office buildings .............. ...................... $32,311 $8,120 $16,715 $35,310 $10,944 $13,211 83, $159,883
Station and office buildingeO-Depreoiation ........................ -- 15 31

Roadway buildings ................................................. 2,359 153 1,499 2,213 1 317
Roadway buildings--Depreciation 1 86 1
Water stations ......................**.***.** ..**.*..*****.*...1*6*1595
Water stations--Depreciation .............................. 2 .......1 1 1 1: 1
Fuel stations ......................................................*.*2*931 191 1*2** 37 1.2 0 s31T
Fuel stations--Depreciation ...................................... 50

Shops and engine houses ............................................. 14,150 1,300 15,647 87 21,293 346 62, a70481
Shops and engine houses-Depreciation ............................... 3
Grain elevatore--Depreoiation.............................................. 316O
Storage warehouse **......................................*4**
Storage warehouses-Depreciation........................................

Wharves and dooks ..................................................** 24,322 3 --- ,657 98
Wharves and docks--Depreclation ....................................-
Coal and ore wharves ............................................
Coal and ore wharves--Depreciation .................................
Gas producing plants_..... ....**** ...***********....*.*.******
Gas producing plants--Depreciation ..............................

Telegraph and telephone lines ..................................... 4,062 349 1,802 372 367 -7, 7.963
Telegraph and telephone lines--Depreciation ..........................**
Signals and interlookers ........................................... 12,733 997 3,471 178 12,683 19, 77,309
Signals and interlockers--Depreoiation ............................ 2 1 8
Power plants ..................................................*******.*** 44******3* *7* 4, i"
Power plante-Depreciation ....................................... 3 *

Power-Transmission systems ......................................... 473 34 1,341 379 910 5,068 32,226
Power-transmission systems--Depreciation ............................ -,08Miscellaneous structures .....................................*** *** 191 16 642 2
Miscellaneous structures--Depreciation ........................**..* .2.6 1 75 O 1,Roadway mahines .................................................*.*..*..*6 1*5 1*73** *2 2,625 1
Roadway machinea-Depreciation .......................................*..*...

Small tools and supplies .............................. ..........*.*3,6*42 2 _89:;6 398 14,288 28 16,26
Removing snow, ioe, and sand ........................................... 9 37 o -a 23,29 ,
Public improvements--Maintenance................................*** 230 7,502 2724 3, 50 18
Injuries to persons .............................................**5

Inpurance ...........................................****...-.*.* 5,355 472 1,929 608 1,16 218 22, 760 ,4
Stationery and printing ........................................*..***** 1. 1 1 1478 7 15 0
Other expenses ................................................*.*.*
Right-of-way expenses .............................................____***____**Total ......................................................... 332,757 28,990 33,963 87,055 337,146 40,195 2,00,192 654,997

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilitie--Dr. .......... 21 06 18,077 13 2,09 87,0556 679
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities--Cr. ......... 2101720 0 3,92 0 01,.,92 4o,195,
Equalizatlon-Way and structures ....................................** ......Total--All depreciation accounts ................................... 20,72 1,775 1 ,4Total--All other maintenance of way and structures accounts ........ 103,62 9,13d 307,794 __16,42_____Total maintenance of way and structures -.................. 124,351 10,913 37,794 136,2*42 *1,423
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT

Superintendence ................................ .................. 15 37 1,121 29,026 2,650 6 550
Shop machinery .............................. .......................*8**71 6*0 1,358
Shop machinery--Depreciation ..................................... 1 8 1 1 1 1 )],= $
Power-plant machinery ................................................ 1,057 3 1,595 ,2
Power-plant machinery--Depreciation ..............................

Steam locomotives--Repairs--Yard ................................... 151,501 10,723 178,216 5,844 41,661 548778 173738
Steam 1ocomotives--Repairs--Other ................ *. .................-*
Other looomotives--Repairs .......................................* 14,746 3,139
Freight-tran car--Repa ........................***.... ......... 2,279 30,763 9,20
Passenger-t.ain cars-Repairs... ................................. 692 1






STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SBRV.IE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 -Continued


Totals for regions

Southern district Western district
sou91horn region Nortwestern region Central" WeeternA e~n "S ea z
8outhe~~.:,1, Southwesteenrn us reginoon
A~ooout 'Assigned Ii ed Ad:Ii ned Assigned Assigned A sneA si gns se
and aea nd and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service series service seres

11. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment--Repairs ..................................... $16 2 6
Work quipmnt--Repair. ...............6., 216 $22........
Miscellaneous equipment-Repairs .........................7 967 83 400- 6,
rqutpment-R t recent s 1,622i1.... ........... -....6...-...

tquipment-Deprooiation ......................................... 33 937 2P 5 76,1 2,681 35723 168,972 10,026
Injuries to persons ............................................... .3,327 27 6'14 1,774 6307 6,737 289
Insurance .........................................................5 1,108 29 1,215 21 9200
Stationery and printing...........................................963 7 700 10 1294 ,9 2,1
Other expenses ...................................................2,100 17 124 167 234
Total ....................................................... 223,313 16,994 339,507 11,483 131,060 9,829 1,066,532 26,068
Maintaining joint equipment-Dr........................3 3643 11,148 1369 952 18,~ 8,6
Maintaining joint equipment--r................................... 152,537 12,558 54,87 1
Equalization--Equipment ............................................... .. -
Total maintenance of equipment .............................. 70,779 4,436 288,263 117,411 787,161
III. TRAFFIC
Superintendence ..................................................- 15,559 12,833 17 691
Outside agencies .................................................105 -,
Advert gines...................................................... 105 9,057
traffic associations .................-......-...-.........--.
Fast freight lines .......... ..... ..... .... .. ..... ... .......... .... -Industrial and Immigration bureaus ............................... 4,028 "
Insurance. ........................................................7 3,53 77
Stationery and printing ......................................... 50
Other expenses ..................................................
Total traffic ............................................... 20,774 23,293 69,704
IV. TRANSPORTATIO--RUL LINE
Superintendence .................................................... .. . .. .. .103,958 4,005 44,73 1,268 161,356 37,8 7
Dispatching trains ............................................... 35,671 2.9.5.,70 13,904 65,014 1431
oyees............................................. 191,21 747,872 0 852190
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ....................... ,304 79 2,967 -l,
............ Inpcin a 90 926 ,230
Ooal and ore carves ........................................... .......
Station supplies and expenses................................... .. 326 ,05 61,500 84, 695 19,069 12:417 50,862 197,627
Xardmastere and yard olorks ...................................... 1 ,814 12,1 249:145 36761 280,829 17 ,42 626.692 75,008
rd conductors and brakemen ..................................... 25,0 629, 299 8' 4' 51
Yard switch and signal tenders ................................... 11,4 7 9 7,9 797 031 179,5 14
Yard ennen ................................................... 219,23Z 15:938 06308 10,409 2 5,162 28,53 1,150,170 250,230
Yard gotomen .. ............................................. 12,293
ful........................177,377 11,678 263,14; 7,886 212,817 22,841 715,545 169,77i
powet r prdaed........e ..................... ....--
Yard switch g power purchased..............................
Water for y locomotives ....................................... 5,922 457 12,343 d 1400 i0,48 524 77,259 13,565
Lubricants for yd locomotives. ................................. 2,72 11 7,157 1 2
for rd locomoties............................. 3d:3 1 9 4
En houe epose--Y!rd ...................................... 3 64,027 2,212 41,313 32
Y sp i and expenses.......................................,498 895 2:42 7 "
Tan on omen ...... ........................................... ..
Train motorman e ... ...................................... .............
Train fuel ...... .............,.......................
Train power produce ............... ... .-
Tvin pwer purchased .......,.....::::......... ..
Wainer fotan lo omotives5 .................... -LubriOants for train locotives................ ..Other supplies for train locomotives .... ....... .. .

SDeficit or other remorse item.




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS


SUMMARY NO. 7-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS O R
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937 -Continued



Totals for regions
Southern district Western district
Southern rgion Northwestern region CentralWes regon ........ re....
Assigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Assig Assigned A
Account and and and and and and a
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportlonk apportioned apportioned ap&o
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger toJd"ree
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freiga
service services servicee services s e sere s ..

IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
EnginehoUse expenses--Train ..............................-.-
Trainmen ................................................,
Train supplies and expenses ............................... 12,893 -1,277 $5,C52 U66 1 2
Operating sleeping oars .................................. .... .
Signal end interlocker operation ............................9,614 403 Z4 818,623 10,21379
Crossing protection ........................................61,663 4,03 29o,73,og 90,3655,1
Drawbridge operation .............................. .58?3 5 0 79-7074
Telegraph and telephone operation ............................5,7 9 1,315 5,556 2,361 129 -2,169
Operating floating equipment ............................ z
Express service .........................................
Stationery and printing ................................. 12,550 865 28,624 2,277 19,725 $707 32 574
Other expenses........................................... 5.220 447 2,163 157 1
Insurance ..................................................1,243 268 8203 43 3 4
Damage to property ....................................... 3: 242 2,173 7 11,31

Damage to livestock on right-of-way ...........................66 -772
Loss and damage--Freight ................................ 3,608 11,565 7,110 12 15,203
Loss and damage--aggage.....................................o. 11 o 5o 1,16;
Injuries to persons ...................................... 13,107 1,161 10,886 70 15,060 255 101,80 2
Operating joint yards and terminals--Dr. ..... .........24Z 9,509 25
Ope ratin joint yards and terminals--Or. ................. 51.00 2,4e6 1,123:703 601,582 1,280,389 264,217 2 21 7
Operating Joint tracks and facilities--Dr ................... 7....89 -,S 738
Operating Joint tracks and Yaoilities--r ................ 902,065 77,159 5,537
Total transportation--Rail line .................... 463,595 40,860 1,693,376 556,379 4 ,235
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of vessels .........................................
Operation of terminals ..................................
Incidental ........ ....... .... .................................
Total transportation--Water line ...................
VI. MISOLANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet service ............ ..................
otels and restaurants ..................................
Grain elevators ......................................... .. .- 69
Stock'ards ..............................................
Producing power sold .................................... . .Other miscellaneous operations ...........................- 1,173
Total miscellaneous operations ..................... 71,128
VII. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general officers ............... 0lo,44 8 a,00 6,300 292 10 79,2
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ........... 52,038 6M1,30
General office supplies and expenses...................... .2,188 187 l4:561 66 3,551 3 91"9
Law expenses.. ............................................... .9,181 70 13,593 1,000 10216
Insurance ............................................... 232 20 6

Relief department expenses ............................... ........-
Pensions................................................... 673 57 9,740 3,514 26,352 2,0924,5 3
Stationery and printiag................................. .. .1, 36 M 3,526 1,194 2,559 1.4 ,3 2.61
Valuation expenses ..........................................1:65 12 913 29 i 7
Other expenses........................................... .7, 9 3,75 6,247 3
General joint facilities--Dr ..................................- 27 -33
General joint facilities-r ............................. 9.2,682 7,939 27,219 24,380 21,980 7,076 22, o, 116,279
Total general expenses ............................. 13,00 2,520 124,436 105,355 220,
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVESTMENT-Cr, 32 10 6,98o
Tota a lwy operating expenses assigned j/ ....... 671,773 58,729 2,434,633 938,680 6,977,987

j/ See page 49, nti 1.









STATISTICS OF~ COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO. 8 ABSTRACT OF TilE REPORTS RENDERED BY EXPRESS COMPANIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER SL. IFNI





ieAgsno2, Ind. upo, a. Ip... Co. fhew

ASSETS0 ....o. faroO~ tr. ..... .96 90160 767 97
Investment.~~C~roe -o ... .rfll ... . . . 1U 3 w:58" 1 96I
__a I= !t 01 .............. 4.7,7 41,939,151 $12934.30 erO r2l.e-C . . ..810~l
l.... en l .......... ...... *:::.:::::::: Oven.s f-0 CP,,0 0% tto 9 ... Pr-tsof ....... ..... B2.732:%2 N...'16
the ............ ......... ........ A 18 'A: '1N. Total oprOl, .e. .. . ..... ..I.lC ,, i5; 4.221 l*0C1
____________ _ I.. 1 660: 'R3 1. :'':n5

Totl .1 ~ etma .... .................. 147,657,562 4638.51 thl 0.1 ati 0,01 -h. .-20O ....I..... ...... 5,0146,057 14,9514,636 8118
0000 ... . ..1~ 19446,46 740,6.72 Unollet1410 rso~n from tron sea ........_..... ~ ,,,I: 2f
La.. .,0 0.................t.g 1000 ........ ':N
Soeflon....9 eo~eel..........~.6 77.,7161
2i..0. Uses .oppll. . ..... ....6 9 4tCOhr 80.
100.1l SA erS ma m IC . . . . 6, 014p r ti gi,0m. .. ..6. . .. . .592 ,.0...01.......0 5 es C O. . . . . . 115 7 1, 5 ,7294 3
...1................... ....
60180S.. . . .eat91 18.9 rom real property An d tequpmn user e d t .. ..... . .n 0
Total 0.0t eas a. .................. ................ .............2685,8694 2 5,0.52 957,1 ...OC of ps SOa I.- -0 ..0 .................--.....4,1!4 5
SI -LIRNtIbo.... from ot~ opne...lpoe%........ . .
Deered.1.S o.J 8...-............. ....... ........ 7522 al~,1 IF1 P0l eot. t00..... . ..........46if 1.4.


py, i opolstol. .. .. ........lnou rn.... .. ........ ... 101
1 'aealfr noed ocurtl.. ... ......1784 IN7814 2
.... ........ ........ ........ .100 100,3 1900 e fr., o n kn 00 An pother resr erds...... 1.6 581
Soportlo fpromthe r ropt-o ..... . .
Sotal 0.00 u*D 051reb. . . ............. 911.1 89 ,411 wnlre 00. 2,0,64 1e.1....... :.... . .1.760 ,3,3
(blod ota ...... ....... ..... 73046913 2,24,6InTtael othe onoe....e~. ........... . . 9,41 16654791
pooIAoC11m1111100 60r110 .. 0 A. 000 00 ........ .8.... .................. l 45,11 64,248A94
0o.0.0 :tek p.. l... ...... ........ 1,0,0 71' 000: -,w.O I005tnfre oohrOe~l
16120000 k900loeo 1000 0119-24
Total. ta0s0 liabilitie ........ .......... ....... O,0 ;i,owls de ....:oEu hy6IPopry ........ 16!9 1,16113
IS~re. pO'Il5 11841110. . . . . 5.2.06 ..,77,..1.....2
Funded doeb 1AmUo 1100 . .........- ......... 2,1409,002 1475,3359o,6 10901r:: .........e 1r0. Er 10
Ora lot.1 oor.0t 11801119160 . .ddebt.. . ..17...5...81,065.,63Ct o e .. .. .. . 1040,134.52
B O.. 4 notbl110100 . . ...1, 1,7.... MI0.,~n e
Auie w at a a s0000 6023 .~ tappl eed to thar08.0 dothr r.. r....0.
D....O ....rlt~~ .. .. .. 1, 0 . . ...89 4 14851
Ilot t.e lift0. ... .. b9:0 35 :61ota. fr.~r~to for ... eo~o .0 .......l ......... -,,9 -,7 .8
Total.00 ev o.86 lioiltie. ..... ............. 270. ,19,06 5076 8000o Ot . 90 1 2 ...n .0000.... .... .- I-... .. ....... 1052,0
Defered~ o0 I b ltl.o. ...... .... ...... ....... . . . . ...1,720: 1000llS2o -prp~o~~ 02.It. of00, . . . .
Income0. . . . 6., 2plidt7sikng2d514r.......
OCO~ .00308000.00D.. . . .end Toalppropritonof oe..... ........58.9142- ,94

O o e m to a 00956 se 61 k0t a
01481.0000I a0 ...09O COanoo.. appopiaton .. or .. .
"'INVoo 2,0. Total aproritin ......... . . . . _-......-,4


at.-1. fom V.-p ande -oPlu.............. . .

Profit snd I.e. b"b..o .........- -.................. 131,2e14 -131,224 POI N a CO
Toa. -o~p0t ... U...........-........... 1)1,2214 -11 0421,70p.0 soO.t
10. _oy18007 1,1. Eoproes ES.

20r1 I 1. 005me Ohe 5.8000108 of yea0r.. . ]l21 $ 131, 2214
Dr."l bel-o transferred fr.. 10000. .. . 3 10!12
Pl021% 00 real property add qui ... to .01 ............... .
Delayed 1,o0. 0adit .- ....- ........ .
DOOR Of REAL PROPERY AN M882 EN U918. C.02000.h1 O~armshs,48.... -................. 7.0
Ulmoollaa rdis. ...............0..1.................. :..... .1311 0601254
Item f0ta1 Southeastern. Total82886.... W-i -.. -............ -.......13113,g 3,
Debit 010.000* 4 01010 bgnigof yea . . . .
6.9.. . . . 5761,764 t95,41,68 101 Deb1t balom transferredfo m 220. 10008. . . . . .-::::::::
J:. =.. . 05522 035007,8481. app1i.d to Inki10g nd 0920 re..r~o fu00s ...........
2110d Approriations of Oorplu ................. -1,057 1.057
xii. UqopmaO -t .000,. s.C 0.4d. for 100,18.0 10 J p14701001 property ..._...
Osoe,. . . . . . 947,003 9147,093 ..00 61000 O1000.0nrob ocl
............................---SS 00000 StOo.etroh rs ......:IZh
"mnll.... .....10.13006 17.323,10 814.9149 X& 11olo. ..roprPt An of mop .......... .86
_s'o ad ..... ....0..0.1..... . . . . . . 6
K.roeeP mn88 I aqlmn ...........-.:::.............. - .10900 Am debite .1..9.... .... 00i2,5 6
q210Nr~o. .11. ................. 1.098.893 42O, 09 p284 *w80 e2.0 0014100. ......... ...... ........ ..03 0,5 6
SO... I... 00093 2 401 11:0 . . 3.3 06w91,1
02218. .... 0 ..... . ..... :::::: 0535 2,553,759.07 oaldbt......I... ..... 19,3,
8t001e oqopat ............... . . 0 017
........... ........ o 2477 Sa.10.00 carr. form-*eo 00 j% Of81 02 .1.00 he0 3101 1.3, R:
.................... . 67,8
R~otr .O00000 . ..............8,I 1,13 6R,6

T..1b eqoi".t.....I..I.......................... 26,832.503 2%,79T,660 1,034,64 1
Total real prmp.M'7 .08 q~pen 05 ............................... 14,13 7 41.939.151 2,2314.326




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS
SUMMARY NO.8-AWTIA67 Or THE REPORTS7 RENDERED BY BXPRPSS COMPANIES FO1. THE YEAR ENflD DECEMBER 31, 190?


AALIO OPE002T1710 REV000EM 110007000V Or1O EW 210100OWNED




z .. o* oo .% .............. $164,960,170 #159.084,364 #5,675,506Goe
01.olOo 1,....5099.652 1,703,61; 226. 07 1 .. ..2.25.9T
?."I5 p uo ........... ... .............. 166.689,622 516075L7.7 6,101,5031

: Or ......... ............ 106,5506 1077.5 ,0,5 080700 .. it V 6
ZEN,.so tl.. 0 1 000 .......58oor54 199 ,92ono11
af.000. book.. ttow. on.................... 168,76 1 60.7%39 64,0000108,6 ..,55 to.11.... .. ...... ...


T0*,1005 rt~. .... -n~ Value ....... ..................5

000.000 p 00.1 ..00 00n0 0 ..., .....b.......~t


f00. on o. -" otherromooo. . .oo...- ...... 0.1,0 105,55.57 --0.0 00007.0 1
10,00000 th ....o .ar 34011 15
TOW ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M~~loo6 Psigoolpo................0- 0,6660 0.95534,2,4

01 101. 0 ot 0 q .1p oI5t.0001.0010.

to0.1SI r0*10 OPERATING.. . 20,3 0.2 *100.40,53 $X tr5,525,...............................5,061.0
00.6000..00100*000 . . . .r 8,14..0%
90116105*" 006 .p0......................1I0. . . . ..1,7....................... 1006 07 1.3 1007 1,0918100.0
1011000 0p005000-010000 . . . -netr'Uso 75- lteies

Tt004'ro...0 s 10000 o ............................ .40,7.- 10409V $,9,8
Zooldio- pprto too -r. . . . . . .-1-4
Bull" d ............... . ...... 291:74 006 0115050:ERD Y PETI
Dull ooda o900000006. ..onto .........
Caor-o0100.-0*til . . . ....: 11" '9:~ It ?.. . . . 00-;U:
......... I ..00000 .... ..... k-r 0050000 11 . . . 2.1c.I0141
15002l.5-.. 50.0...........towl-ooreet -00 ......-08010.................. .... ................17siss.0
10500000.6... .....0010o 0 . . . 201
.4050 .41.10000 0 . . ... ... . 00 0t1in :154.. . 220163 7,0.3 04
11 000*1 006 5001p000.......................110141.0 . . .41746
I0 10 Tat"..0000 . . . .10 .. ........ .........1....78 10 1,o.1 0427
-*"d 00010 . . ......... 1210 1 tl orT tw t
nt-5Inrvod 1p 100 fetrobut .......00 63,79 Alb000 1 0. . .. ................. ......... ........ .......... :0:I : :
Ott,. _001.01p*10* ....... ... ....... g 4.017'74Z 14]
1100' It1u00.s0*100 ft :1100,0 5134.1.. . . . ....2
00010. . . 1,46 P1,96 1100 1 .2 .52
000. 000000. . . . . 90 2.......... .......... ................... 101...98 12L9.0.
8000.5 . . . ........ .0. . ..1.12 5,00, 5,10360
100101500*. . ........ . .!9..5

Line2 066i 15410o 5100150 ........: .................... . .7 9 66?
0&000.0, n00.~. ..... . . .......102,655 .100.00..... ....... .~ :. ."6.:Z':''1.41301
.lt-re900101I1. ... ..... . . 4:1 3
70001. 11.. . . . 70.6 67,09 9101 ........ ............ . . .*47 2
....00...0. . . . . . 0
0.5...... .......o~ 3 4 .1 0100 '::
..~,00........ ........ ................. ...... 5,56. AT ,34.76, 19,570 ......... . . ....... ..o2: 5 659
..1........................ . . . ........ 00 "7:405
T-11. 00000000,0 .............. . . . 10.3
000100~~~~~~~ 001150 ...5.005 . . ........n~ .0.
Root .. 106 01. . ...........10 I grS 560 ao0 . . . . 1
.0.10............. ....1O V 0. 6,6535,6k1:?
90 .. to .....0.10..05. .... 62151 500 206 . . . 6 70 a 426
108100 . . ......... ...0...........1...... .... . . . . S 4 .50qp
Tot 5.0..................................... '~,0 643LI10,5 0000. . . . . . 6 6:51:6

0101001 oco o ;..i ........................ 000. .............l 'Ij.1 l :10
........6... ..... ....75 69 0000................
d 9 26?.. .N.. .Yolk ....1....,.1..7..,..0,69......... ..... ... ........ 760 0 7ss-e
T ot 1.-I*.1fi1 ................... . .3.30
................ . . ... 03[1 3 2 5 3 ; 3 1
10.~1:33 Os9,501 6:0 41.,"4. . . 1.08~ 51
91052.0 -,6 ggbOmoo" o s-pplyl ~, "*O o.Oso..:::::::..... 3 21 ;,~. %102010022hi ........ . ......2 92 2 4.q'
Elm00. .0. 021....... 490..-........................ .06 -0~ 90, 615 ....11...::..... ............ . ..:0200W.8
Tv.. ........... ......~ ,9 71 ,6 9 so 800 . .. . .1 0 .1057
1r.0 eple o85599..... ............. ............. .... .,7 0P~ lot .... ....4177
ast rnig.......1 0 0006 76 65,. 1. ......1204
2010tot05.lim.... . ...00 0
71601500 .00 .....1..... ...... 3:46 ':m :540 500.. ...... ....... .
2 3 7 1962 "0A0 S11uth 0% .00.....1....... .:.............................00.05450
Pro00 p000 7:.2_6_ _ _ _ _1_. E__ _ _1,319_39
to ........ ....... ._ _ _ __ _ _ 28_ __ 19,8 28.':72.3
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6o STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO.8 -ABSTRACT OF THE REPORTS RENDERED BY EXPRESS COMPANIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1937



EMPLOYEES, SERVICE, AND COMPENSATION



Hous of D y Compensain I
Average DailY Number of short-time Total of short-time
Reotn iiinnumber of average employee- Total etraight- employees Overtime compensation employees Comupensation Total aon
Reporting division epo e nm e eeoomefagt (I nm-me8 (1na
emlyee ubro years time hours (irsludedi In hours for straight (included in for overtime pensation,
during the short-time (computed) preceding time preceding
year employees c______________ olumn) column)
TOTAL
I. EXECUTIVES, OFFICIALS, AND STAFF ASSISTANTS
Executive and general officers ......................... 55 55 135,62-4 -- 601o
Staff officials, division officers, and assistants .... 413 412 1,oo9,981 1$46,0,4 -41,10ob
Total ............................................ 468 467 1.145,605 2,112,008 2,112,008
II. PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL, AND GENERAL
Professional and subprofeseional assistants ............ 24 24 58,295 16 74,767 61
Chief clerks (A) ....................................... 290 290 709,727 38 $41 7,,b g
Chief clerks (B), head clerks, and clerical specialists. 1 7 1, 01 182, 10,27 27,05 2, 2,67, 7,046960
Clerks ............................................... 2, 4 36 2,2 146886 26,24 4,4 27,502 27,812 4,5,610
Nonlisting, adding, and calculating-machine operators .. 1 6 91 97 1,100 4158165
Stenographers and typists .............................. 79 19 9 1#950, 25 2:869 1, 5 185584 2,6so 1, 2,516
office attendants ................................... 41 19 L1,o02,71 89,510 4,629 1,2794 4333 13 ,56
Route agents ........................................... 257 a 626,07 .. 2 727,
Agente--ortice, depot, and terminal .................... ... 4 1825 4,5 1 9 C,627 4,,79- 8, 4, 049
Foremen--vehicle, depot, and platform ............ 19 16 1,997 4,88, 87 2,852 87:0 4: 4 8 109 4, ,113
Warehouse and platform clerks .......................... 4997 474 4,990 12,215,10 6 2 33278 8,720, 8 1 4 57# 9,07,11
Warehouse and platform laborers ...........................9 3,413 8 1 20 27187 5, 10 4
Vehicle employees ...................................... 12:;762 944 12.297 a,1 044 14,0 o436 21, 96141 112 927, 2 22,597, 66
Police ................... ........................... 98 5 99 243,6714 6,166 848 19846 3,695 847 199.315
Claim agents and claim adjusters ....................... 27 27 65,969 277 79, 962 178 79,962
Total ............................................ 36,687 4,934 35,404 86,668,251 6,626,661 1,832,116 62,756,169 4,131,291 1,957,473 64,713,641
Il. TRAIN TRANSPORTATION
Train messengers ..................................... .. 3993 14,100 10,036,760 171447 8,372,593 2oo,2b5 8,572,838
Train helpers and guards ................................ 445 1492 1,2o3511 225 19,505 820,238 121 19,843 84'0,os
Total ............................................. 4,438 4,592 11,240,271 225 190,952 9,192,83 121 220,088 9,412,919
IV. MAINTENANCE AND STORES
Foremen .............................................. 227 2 227 554,6J3 1 495 1,423 56392 1,126 1,908 518300
Machinists ............................................. 373 2 3 913,5 8 2,4 1 13,620 74 41 1,722 1 797,672
Other craftsmen ........................................ 147 1 351,114 2, 81 3,42 215,607 134 242 29,89
Apprentices and helpers--all trades .................... 10 100 245,232 1, 11 2,15 16715 836 2,677 170,91
Garage employees ....................................... 6 253 620,202 9,7 0o 9 5 5,018 10,978 43,415
Laborers, unclassified ................................. 45 110,292 8 6 76,010 14 1,001 77,011
Total ............................................ 1,139 14 1,142 2,794,991 18,o63 32,438 2,259,845 10,048 38.592 2,298,438
Grand total, all employees ........................ 42,732 4,948 41,605 101,849,118 6,644,949 2,055,506 76,320,853 4,141,460 2,216,153 78,537,006

RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY, INC.

I. EXECUTIVES, OFFICIALS, AND STAFF ASSISTANTS
Executive and general officers ......................... ..1 51 125,872 631,295
Staff officials, division officers, and assistants . 49 346 852,293 R 95* 1,276,495
Total ............................................. o00 399 978,165 1,907,790 1,907,790
II. PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL, AND GENERAL
Professional and subprofeesional assistant..........* 2 53,415 16 64,067 15 64,067
Chief clerk (A) ................................2 65- 265 6148,421 30 725,055 33 725,0ss
Chief clerks (B), head clerks, and clerical specialists. 1,228 7 1,229 3,007,695 10,275 26,124 51 7,906 7,046 29,593 1,499
Clerk ................................................ 2,4 35 2,462 6,02,935 46,582 26,245 4, 36614 27336 27,812 4, 4426
Nlonisting, adding, and oalaulating-machine operators 261 *259 6 ,77 1 1,00 5,745 10 1,058 803
Stenographers and typists .............................. ate 1 771 1,888,280 23,46 1,795 1,278:903 14.435 2,61o 1,281,51
offices attendants ......................................19 39 78379 29,257,6 1 2,9 16,1 622 64,314 67,052
Route agents ........................................... 2 -276,215 702,7 702 7,
Agent--office, depot, and terminal ............. 1, 1,747 4, 6 1
Foremen--vehicle, depot, and platform .................. 1,918 14 1,987 4,8 3879 20, 14 423 14s,273 15.701 100,209 ,
Warehouse and platform clerks .......................... 4, 7 8 4 4,8 11, 621,829 627,75 316,35 85802 43, 895 ,588 8 68,390
Warehouse and platform laborers ......................., .8,, 7, 1 495, 26 3 7,07 1 31
Vehicle employees .......................................12,0 5 81 28,91,o 3 28, 29 20958,430 913, 2, 842
Police .............................................. .. 97 4 99 24317 5,659 198 232 3,487 847 199,079
Claim agents and claim adjusters......................... 25 25 60,943 3 76,442 2 76,44
Total ............................................. 35,042 4,540 33,815 S2,779,242 6,328,159 1,796,335 60,678,542 4,010,509 1,925,011 62,603,553




STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO.8 -ABSTRACT OF THE REPORTS RENDERED BY EXPRESS COMPANIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19a!


EMPLOYEES, SERVICE, AND COMPENSATION Continued



Average Dailyobr r 7pnet,
Average Daily Number of short-time Total f eorPtti m
number of average employee- Total straight- employees Overtime coimpensaton employees Copensat Ta
Reporting division employees number of years time hours (included in Ihours for straight (Included in for overtime *
during the short-time (computed) preceding time preceding
year employees _o__ I -column) _oumn)_RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY, INC. Continued

III. TRAIN TRANSPORTATION
Train messengers -...................................... 3,72 -3,o90 9,522 ,36 166 ,29 $,9s,o4.
Train helpers and guards ................................. 497 1,191,31 19,11 8 1?I7 : :
Total ............................................... 4,222 4,377 1O,714,367 187,06 8,8 ,860 216,880 9,,
IV. MAINTENaNCE AND STORES
Foremen .................................................. 209 209 510,774. 4 1,383 502,335 31 86J 504,198
Machinists........................................... 373 373 913, 18 2,431 13,620 774,4a 1722
Other craftsmen ............................................ 1 6,211 S 3 37,803 226
Apprentices and helpers--all trades ..........................103 1 10 24,232 1,491 2,715 1b7 .915 836 26110U
Garage employees ......................................... 4 253,576 5,511 10,463 IC'492
Laborers, unclassified ................................... IiO10,292 a 110,292 80860 7,O11
Total ............................................... 1,100 8 1,103 2,700,003 10,333 2,383 2,206,041 6,466 38,533 2,W4,574
Grand total, all employees ......................... 40,764. 4,548 39,694 97,171,777 6,339,92 2,016,124 73,594,233 4,016,975 2,180,.24 75, 7
SOUTHFASTEN EXPRESS CO.
I EXECUTIVES, OFFICIALS, AND STAFF ASSISTANT.
Executive and general officers ........................... 4. 4 9,52 -6,109
Staff officials, division officers, and assistants ...... 64 64 157, 8 117,309 0
Total ............................................... 68 68 167,40 204,218 o-4,
II. PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL, AND GENERAL
Professional and subprofessional assistants .................. 2 2 4,580 10 700 0, 100
Chisf clerks (A). ......................................... 2- 2525 61,305 8 54,52 8 54.o
Chief clerks (B), head clerks, and clerical specialists 2 2 175,166 941 125,54 913 166
Clerks ................................................... 3 89,1 166
Nonlioting, adding, and calculating-machine operators ..6 1 1:g9 982 8.793 54 9, 793
Stenographers and typists.................................26 2 25 62,218 1,998 74 39,32 1189 7040
rice attendants ........................................ 0511 11 26,992 256 2 10,405 73 19 lo:4
Route agents.. ........................................... 9 9 21,22 24:7 24,750
Agents--office, depot, and terminal ............................ .98 98 238,963 176,578- 176,
Foremen--vehicle, depot, and platform .........................10 2 10 24,308 2,478 665 19911,837 729 20,631
Warehouse and platform clerks ........................... 25 55 242 593,272 6796 36,4962,5 1,7Z 7.
5356 1, 9216,59 13,53 479,22
Warehouse and platform laborers 547....30....56.1.,729.15,239 49,109514012 725,225
W, o 5662,729 905 4 ,1 9 2
Vehicle employees ........................................ 511 13 5 1,191,835 91,007 15,239 711,213 ,012 72
Police ................................................... 1 1 -507 507 236 208 236
Claim agents and claim adausters..........................2 25,02 274 3,520 176 3,520
Total ............................................... 1,645 394 1,58 3,889,009 298,502 35,781 2,077,627 120,782 32,462 2,110,088
III. TRAIN TRANSPORTATION
Train messengers ......................................... 211 210 513,824 3158 384,550 2,922 318,471
Train helpers and guards ................... ...................5 -5 12,050O 225 388 6,421 121 28670
Total ............................................... 216 215 525,904 225 3.56 390,971 121 3,208 394.179
IV. MAINTENANCE AND STORES
Foremen .................................................. 18 2 18 43,859 1,1491 40 34,057 1,123 45 34,lo2
Machinists ......... .................................... ...
Other craftsmen ........................................... 6 2 6 14,503 1,983 5,80 84 5,84
Apprentices and helpers--all trades ......................
Garage employees ......................................... 15 2 15 36,626 4,256 15 13,943 1,615 14 13,958
Laborers, unclassified ...................................
Total ...................................................39 1 6 39 94,988, 7,730 55 53,.13,8 59 53,464
Grand total, all employees .......................... ..1,96, 4.00 1,911 4,677,341 306,457 39,382 2,726,620 124,455 35,729 2,762,349








Se STATISTICS OF COMMON CARRIERS

SUMMARY NO.3-ABSTRACT 0OF THE REPORT RENDERED] BY TEE PULLMAN COMPANY FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3L1937




Average mleage (song].. treat) -I-r ehith -poratl... ar,. conducted (cil..) ........ 111502 5 8.DB A PAIGRVO

lnoet..nt Io sleeping oar propot N....o... ... 25, 4Grth revene ........... -11 .. .......I... .......... 5,0,5

Oth., ieste-onceo. . . . . . . . . . . . .10,..................r.....e....... 1...........
Net~~I 'offot lomb].,. revenu ......i~ ...... ~dtikt ~
Oth17r 1uon ..t....... . . . . . . . 2 oS
Oefnrr d ..ot . . . . . . . . . ..
Noedt d d bt . . .. ....Wies a d6tctt g91.257 AL EVN .... OPUATINGl anBCPD(NBSn D . .. . .. . .. . .. . ... .
ou onol. . . -b. .... !n................... ....... 2971 22J 3.it831e. . . . . . . 1 ,276
Vltoial :noo.....................................................................................0.,...,0....... . . . . . . . . . 2,273

Toemtal ..n................... . ............... . . ..... ......I.......I...Toe.................. ........ 24962,76
a.. ting or op ratin..-.-..........................27,00 93
...n. aale . . . ....-... 16,35PO anrl6p ...........1.......
caita $too 400 2 ............. .........1,0 Rai fO~po a 0~~*t loigO oetm(~ i. .........87.5198
2,157,148 Total~d ... .. ... .. .d. ...I... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ..54,65 51
weforro iii ........ .... ...... ...... ..........: ............. __ I____________________________________________Mi noe aons "b._......... .... .. . ....1~7 vrg
ro d vdeloio declareddm0 It ...a... . ......15319 010 EMPLOYEE AND SAIARIES
f... r Ove th16Y
P1rf itsd10-aO. ....:... .............. 161O 9:0tfleO6
0.1m OooPrs~t.''e 0d ......... . . . . .... . ., 33,9 Mohnneetiio, em to-o eamo. orotrso fplye ao ,0 57
aUNoOIvo. fund10 reserve ......... nd tf ( psiede)..................6ls
Dirtatot -Pluised~to agott spciicdl Invf. . . . .172 .....3,2426tig ~.t
Totals27 Aodond. . . . 1.cbl a .............. ey
N -me romat ftrilar Ipera. io.. ... . .... ..... ... . . . . 2,5 0 rain too og.pn s . . . . .
Total~e~fto- re-pe. . . . . . . 61,"1,8 C&1itn. 0100t,... . . . . . .
2i~~~apitICOM ACCOUNT oe~s. . . . . . 172,7 Geoer&1 offloore...........up........... .........................
Ueoa o:Tulrg7 p0rtilok .... . . . . . . 1. co ad tteodeot ........................... 7913
opo,.Train stengoapers......... ...........314331 ................................. ........... 4:2
Nt rovoot ........................................................... 76,21,381 Art O ar .t.ff,...o...to.....a.ter. 00................. . .713:
dioooiog~~~~~~~ 001r toEo.. oral.............. . 353,i 01(iodtg...1 fle................... ...27,4 4I3
0,11. ...... ....... .......7,7 GPATN C.-I naswl
100000. . . . . . . . . . . 12,117 otlb beofren.p sagr-et......................... ............... .... 14
ETn e o Ins.............. Cn f revoo ................ . . . .
12.280 Aeragetre endanpe .pae .-......_b .......--............ ... ... . 45
ot oosin X- fro ara. . ........................................ .1- .veag ree7 -(per aoo. "-- ....a........... . . .
Diviand rieede." .......... ...... ... -................ 74,57,136edtf, odcoa atsccs o....... 33
dioomn fr U accral .............. . .......5314 801 Total (icfdn 001me fie ........-. .. ..... ..... . . .7 4
soot ary fome.titodt orita c. ....................... . . . oe.oao fOrCp . . . . .
Todtathtr..em.,.....de. . . . . . . . . .20...Averge.t.ber..f....e.e.pee...er....r.ar...r.d......................................................ICS
Op~~~~~~~~rst~~~~~~~~~~nO eato Inc.*o. .pe... .. .oar-ti.. ..le.. .. .. .. .... .. ...... .. .. ..... ..9.1 1.oalnu be.o.ev nu. . . 630. 3699.. .. ... ....12
Toa nmero pvne or-day. .t ...... . . . .769

hoaa 1000.ccI........... . ..... 1B,3 O1t'.0n:pO0Zal Av.er). .... . . .
CI~tdot~ ......p I aA era ting an e per oar-dcy . . . . . 8,8.1
I t n e. d. .. .. .Ttar oa . . . . . . . 3,90A e ,gu e of O r-oIl p. . .oar .. .. ... ... . . . . . .. . 7 59 3 2
neol... oa fr.." noal. t. . . . . . . . Total g~-= of-e. ...........I-.................... . . .,1 0 1p,573
r..o, cofcone d other............................................... ....... ...... .267 Average pumer paof onr-ail. . . . . . . .1, r5

n 10,00 ..- ....................................... I........51.8 Opertingd .veap.. par. . . . . . . .
Oerat ping n. arm -....... ..... ...... .........$029
oatmeal to ebing Iand othe re.. rv -.......I.d .......... ......-........... 163#plo ar... . . . . . . .
operat~oDiing aro.m..Pr0-...... .. ..... ...'
Diidodapporaio f0- 100.............-.................-.....--.................... 6630NtOnpertin revnu . . .-Ie .. ..... . . . .
Prict ors. . . ... . . . . .
Hootal. aprpitt.. . . . . . . . Meeln!o or1w..p. .;........ ......... ......9,7 36
Inoeblno rnfro. opoftSdba. . . . . 111,619av Toal. . . .......... ....................7...
rInt11t halnc-ftuomrod e om .. oo.... ........... ............................. 1,3,1 32 :nlde 465327 rero9tn6aleooafo 5-oo2io
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EboNetea In.... ...........................I..........-........I......45165Sadrsleigo6,6
Tebel~~~~~~~~o-o sleeping doigya. . . . . . ..194o
N~ v dao P a r l oret o o fr . . .... . . . . . . .
aaplo apidoebngad other reserve fund ............................ .8......... .. 9
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