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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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System ID: AA00015604:00068
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ---

3 1262 08731 0552 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS U.S. DEPOSITORY


Statement No. M-150
MAY 1946


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1946 AND 1945 __ FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 19416 AND 1945
e PcOOperating revenues -Operating expensesP. ---Operating revenues Operating expensesI
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- 3alnte- trans- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of roadDepreci-railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average Dper aNet Oper-ti napnes tin
operated I11 oper- ratio expenses expenses Depretl- oprway ating pense peraes
at closet Amount pp Total mainte- aton ine Total sting (per- ofo oper- of oper- Pe
ofmnh Aonc -Pr luded aig pr foe-o oe-o odPr e-All tluded n- ope(peratioexnsseess
St entrance inr- income ent) ting tng of road eTotal mainte- eluded Total tng (per- of oper- of ope-
in- in- ceding revenues revenuesoAmou nt Amount cent in pre- income zent)
inese -ns oes c i e ein-t s sn- tai ceding
c a u cennrcrease crease column ase revenues revenues
(a) -crrcounc ascraecl n ((ba d) (a) (f)(R) (h) iW U) k) I () Ia mn) (L (() (a) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) X) Jz
(Money Items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199 230 388 d36.6 $7,262 d 33.0 44211 $19 140 $2682 $44 537 39:3 5.4 1946 Total--Roads listed herein ................... 1946 199 $194757 26.3 $3164 d 14.6 $2,693, $97,992 132,Og $24624 7.
19975 5553913o1657:26 229:5o6 434 499 930 314 951New England Region: 195 199,76 2,643,3 3 622,576 3,520,039 1,029,037 214,826 2:421:06 40,535 6g.8
1,764 ,844 d1 .9 1,106 22.4 5,53 2,067 266 5013 89.8 37.0 46.2 1946 Boston & Maine ............................ 1946 1,764 21,534 d 14. 6704 d .6 31,o14 10,725 1,330 26 721 46 6.2 3.6
1,729 9 ,719 1,425 g,900 2,579 426 5:492 79.6 37.4 37.5 1915 1945 1,789 25,142 7,3341 35,677 12,565 2,122 27,733 3,006 77.7 35.2 37.
1,1843 ,13 d 24.7 51 d 2.9 11 82 493 10,368 1 911'a e3:4 35.9 4.6 194 New York, Ha ........... ven & H artford 5#. 19 129N24 d 22.N 25,121 d 6. 5,52 19190 2 51,76 1 6
1,932 7,61215315,10 0,99:a ,., 4'142 1,11 2,211da211 2512Ldak2e9,90 2,2251gion5:~.,
6,5 1177 957 105 21 9.2 29.5 .4 1915 r R 19-5 1,232 3438 30,013 7 ,322 20,774 4622 52,106 t 570.1" 3.27.9
4 2660 d 22.3 17 27.6 65 1,24 175 2,755 d 96 3. 19 Delaware &: 9 Hudson. ......................... 1946 24 151 d 74 1 .0 719 d 17,055 65712972 2. 4
4 3:42313,709 1,573 317 3,099323e12 195 12 67 716 03513
24 ,2 8 ,659: 1.- 3.611522,23 20,092 7,725 1,7 15,o2,13 79.2 2. 36.9
9973 ,9810 d 22.9 7441 d 17.3 5,OO 1,1 717 3 146417 117 792. 931.3 531.Z 1946 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. .1946 973 20,11455 d 14.2 4, 214 d 2.6 3,27,126 9,155 1,642 2 ,7203 ,130 27.3
973 7,913 2299 6 1,490 4 211 11,29 163 6675.2 29.5 31.0 1945 19145 973 2;,oli 1,- 331 31,290 9,222 2,075 21,7 74 2,730 79.1 29.5
222 7,677 d 29.9 709 2 1 ,9.2 216 52 _,63
2,24 2 10,957 2 5 4.49 3,2 16 51,43220 236 54 39,5 10 96.1 35.2 51.5 1946 Erie ...................................... 1946 2 242 4o,94 d 23.6 4122 d4.9 4,319 15,092 2,56 43,162 d 4 .3
2,243 3,65 65 0,7 32 719 9,01 126 70.9 22.3 37.1 1945 19415 2:143 53,51 1,4:334 1,935 14; 3,531 45,925 717 .2 22.21 ::
972 1,98 d 2 .3 21 11.1 2,392 1, o69 166 2,779 116.2 44.6 64.5 1946 Grand Trunk Western.. ....................... 194 ,015 10, d 19.9 1,16 d 1.9 12,49 5.39 22 13,13 d 1 o4.8 3.0 55.2
1,026 2 6602 3,5 1,126 162 2,501 53 20.3 36.2 39.5 1915 1915 1,02 13,047 1,463 15 75 5,211 02 12,025 2 78.1 33-7 39.7
1,2514 41252 2d2.7 4 d32.0 ,033 1,489 26 1,O792 _d5 95.2 29.6 59.0 1946 Lehigh Valley ..............................196 1,254 21,353 d 28.4 2,970 d 26,293 7,060 13143 22,020 1227 .
1,0 5,655 69 26,723 2,052 567 5,005 773 71.11 30.5 32.5 1945 1915 1,20o 29,227 3,039 35,109 11,534 2:,32 22,215 1:965 20. 32.9
10,7416 26,561 d31.o 10,672 d 24. 41402 15500 2717 9 9 3631 New York Central / ......................196 10,746 153,912 d 1.9 6,036 d 8.1 2 936 663 ,517 13,0 9 220,322 9 93. 36.2 4.
10,719 42,245 11125 60:172 19:635 3,200 91;,541 9 75 7:5 63 3 15 1915 10,7119 1 65,299 22 25911 95533 12,1182 221,221 360 72.5 1.2 39.0
1627 4,91 d 36. 222 d 4.4 5,212 1,1 210 4141 241 14.7 31.3 42.7 194 New York, Chicago & St. Louis............... 1946 1,67 26,022 d 33. 1,35 11.9 2,002 9222 1,063 21: 36 1, 2 .-3 3
1,687 7,231 232 ,2 2,494 5640 5,47 1,97 66.5 30.3 31.2 1945 1945 1,687 39,001 1,214 41g 99 11,646 2,791 23394 7,5t 6.2 22.3 11
283 31.3





:1 2^ ^ l9l9 12 ^1, 1,42 5 3,31 l;?Ol 4-- 2 Jl:0 94:j ,or M-- ..--...untte^^4 ^ 3 4. ^^^ 6 _^^
1, 69455297 a 1. 1 251,73,290 1,20 2533 3, 16 5 100.9 4.2 44.1 1946 Pere Marquette ................................. 1946 1,94 3 16,431 d 21.7919 29.9O1296 7,017 1, 252 16,996 d 426 92. 34 .
1,936 11,615 265 5,107 1,757 373 6"2 1,9 73.9 341 311.6 1945 21,231 1,311 2,2607 1,25 1,0 3,397 775:.6
739 1945619 1l1,945 231 212 2 0 33 1 2 l 12.3 36.1|
229 1,411 25 .6 SO d19. 16 950 241 11 211 121.7 60.3 49.0 946 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. ....................194 229 ,242 d 4.7 450 d 12.0 9 9 1,169 11, 61 12.9 .
22 2 3 1,327 333 2,60 531 2 0.3 43.3 31.8 1945 1945 229 12,623 512 13,652 63 1 1,727 11,263 1,95 86.9 42. 31.
2,393 5,o49 d 32. 551 d 34.2 6024 2,172 262 5,273 461 87.5 36.0 43.3 1946 Wabash .................................... 1946 2,393 25,44 d1 26.7 3 d 19.0 135 9,16 1 o 26030 2529 3
2,393 7,463 236 :20 2,202 391 5,353 206 60.7 25.0 30.5 1945 1945 2,393 35,279 .11,.17. 1,13 1,342 25, 220 2,59 23.1 32. 3 13.9
Central Eastern Region: 291,1,741 10,133 1,9315 6o.1 31.1









6:I 139 ^ 16 0 d^ 41.7 2:9 20^ d; 470 2i|:i : 1946 Baltiore &Ohio .......................... ^ ^ ^ ^^ ; 53 ,7^:3 ^; o^ 3: :
6139 163 254 d32.0 20,962 ,600 1,135 2,370 1.261i.o 7.2 9 altior & Ohio.1946 6,139 90,720 d30.9 16,6 d1.0 14,79 4,769 ,531 11,1445 d 6.97 97. .
6:130 22,655 41,2 34,937 11,196 1,595 24,0711 62.9 32.1 32.1 1915 1945 6.132 131,313 20,92 10,36 53,021 7,299 116,510 97199 72 3
62,252 d 26 2 d 166 ,531 .2 ,494 d 9o 6 : central of Nw .. ........................... 195 5 23
3:2,5 d2.4 5 3 :8 3.l d 1,242,11 2 41 i99.0 35.1 Central of Hew Jr7................. ..94 1 d 2 2 137 ,6 129 1. 17,663 d 1,21 91.6 3
556 11,720 1,351 332 3,522 --_5 73.7 22.3 9I5 1945 6M5 20,55o 2,261 25,013 6,297 1,656 12,219 2 27.6
910 1,069 d 17.9 3 d 91.7 1,520 605 90 1,613 9_1 102.1 32.3 51.6 1946 Chicago & Eastern Illinois................. 1946 910 6,502 d29.9 1,92' d0.9 9,47 6 3,932 132 9,01 d1 1 0.5113510
912 2,051 2,979 791 10 1,922 64.5 26.5 31.9 1945 625 912 9d27, 9,18 1,275 71.1 11.5 11.1
9902222 99611.s19115 91229,2713,245 3,237 1132 73 711 2.351
392 1,322d117.11 - 16 1,541i d 262 9.0 32.0 5 1946 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ...........
99.0 391,55119 2,17 3 ................... 392 7,61 d 43.1 9o007 33,U 322 2,76 2 6
3921751F,0-1 47 2,47 -727 359 41915 392 13,529 15,560 512,33610,5 1 33
376 1,032 d 12.2 2,246 2d2. 3,31442 920 122 2,902 d 121 211.2 22.5 .
376 1,124 2,292 3,716 1,04.2 193 22.0 2.91915 LongIsland ................................1946 376 5,291 d 10, 3 1.1 17,16 4,792 94O 14,619 22.0
1, 75.3 29.0 .9 1945 1945 376 5,957 10, 1,39A0 5O--1 9 5.2
956 1322179.5 29.2 .0
10,121 33,093 d 41.9 15,126 d 27.0 53,4o0 23,574 3,556 27,256 211 107.1 44.1 54.2 1946 Pennsylvania............................... 1946 10,121 195,639 d 29.3 91,139 4d9.9O 312,o97 115,936 17,213 297,600 d1676 93
10,112 52,416 20,72L 25,997 25,56 0 ,221 63,731 74.1 297 399 1945 1945 10,112 276,830 101,179 09,21 122,790 20,921 315,222 0 2 ,16 9 3.
1,362 6,209 d 18.3 729d215.1 7,314 2 170 7440 6,559 255 99. 42.6 111111916 Reading ...................................1942 1, 1 212.2 11d 19.22 4 296 3417641 IS2 86.3
1,367 7,59925,913 3, 793 6,916 71 323 35.3 1945 3195 1672 ,52475 15,1793, 72.3
Pocahontas Region: 72.3 33.6 35.5
3,091 9,082 d 44.5 io04 d 30.1 10,5282 4,179 961 9,329 17 2 2.2 39.5 39.2 1946 Chesapeake & Ohia.........................12 46 de 44:6 93272 80
3,077 ,3370 1,53 12,32 7,055 1,941 13,179 2,692 70.71945esapeaeaOho392 374,13 3,159
31 A 270.7 37.9L95 945 3:076 77,477966 --:8133 31,159 9 6,2 332 5 2.
2,161 6,600 d 24.1 710 d33.9 7,599 3,029 705 6,327 203 4 2.1 4o.6 35.6 1946 Norfolk & Western9...........................946 2,161 41,27 31.2 9,176 d3 2,11 3,506 36,95 6,951 76.9 37.2 33.1
2,161 11,271 1,075 13,320 4,021 1,226 7,595 2 570 30.6 22. I1915 Southern Region: 1945 2,157 60,013 ,3 3 3 6657 20,267 8,292 39:3 10O,25 56.9 3. 23.1
5,56Z 7,315 219.7 2,045 d36.1 9,931 42288 29 9,729 2 4'1146.2 42g1942 Atlantic Coast Line.................................. ?32627d220.2 1,117 22.6 9577 2
Zoo 223 4 57 go 54 7 Ab 92 1945 1945 7 194 :g V6: _Z111.11
5,574 9,112 3,200 13,223 4,567 90 9,55 4 372.9 3 183 59221,10 4,59
1,166 1,752 2d27.0 324d5. 3,6224 9 202 117 2,302 2 3 OO.1.2 3.:2 2 1:6 19116 Central of Georgia # .9.519426 12169 1 ,747 d17.752,250 d79, s13284 4,75152112,522 d 6 94.3 3
1,216 2,3929432311,,3211 75.6 31:
126933,675 1 237q670 30.9 361951945 12 ,119 5 3,653 1 210 5,392 12412,984 3.
1,915 2,620Od 26.2 135 d35.1 2,710 999 i11 2,277 .1o 94.o 36.2 348 1946 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio..............................l944 13,025 213.9 932 210.2 155 61 1 ,9096389.
1 4 5 b 20 9 3 ,7 2 0 1 05 0 1 69 2 ,1 5 5 9 5 .7 2 9.2 2 .5 19 45 1 9 45 1 ,9 51 3 o 6 2 9J 2 16 ,53O .l o 4 31563 : 2
19115 1,93 5,o515,062 16,503 6 1909
5,077 10,511O 30.3 2,027d222.2 1,3,64 5,07 1 235 11,363 207 93. 37.1 L32.1 1946 Illinois Central ................. .........1946 5,00 5,305 22.9 12,713 d.3 73,112 25,311 4 1,7 59,393 5 93 0 6
5,021 15,077 2,62419,031 6,097 1,126 12,499 2,092 65.7 32.0 22.2 1945 1945 5,021 7,279 13,152 92,322 22,263 5:520 ,314 O9 65: 312 29.2
4,759 28196 d 44.2 1,666 d45.9 io,542 4,924 595 10,9222 122:115.2 g 49.41 946 Louisville & Nashville .....................194462 ,75 2 51.146 d22.59 13,990 2d32.0 66,43 24,451 2,921 56,656 14,32 36.2 4.3
4,755 14:691 3,079 12,838 5,205 1,051 11,597 ( --, 66 1 27 26 9 .9195 1915 1,756 7,710 16,162 29,089 211,732 5,209 55,939 10,594 6.9 27.2 3.7
e:, 7,g925 11J.7 71362 292.1 6 3,213 335 7,231 3146 89.2 36.6 14.2 1946 Seaboard Air Line ## .......................1946 421W 35,1d69.9 10,29 d32.7 192 16,501 1,638 39:O6 14971
3,7532. 32.9195 41 15,y2 6gsS 59,6 552.
7,213 2,276 11, 1 3,759 52 2,219 14 71.7 32.2 32.111915 1945 41. 39,612 16,171 59,2'N 17,565 3,196 39,10 2,23 66 30.5
6,484 11,265 229.0 2,258 952.0 15,090 5,902 566 13,497 470 89.4 39.2 44.1 1946 Southern ...................................1942 6,64211 63,55 21.7 16,609 2686,573 30,4J7 2,901470,229 7033 21.1
6,505 16,719 41706 22,221 6,396 1,O64 13,614 2,829 59.7 22.0 27.5 1945 1945 6:505 21:9 2 25,62111,09 31,161 5,221 17,54?7 11,120 59.2 3 2
1,524 1,730 d 46.6 122 232.3 2,009 692 22 1,662 65 22.7 34.4 41.2 1916 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley................. 1946 1,5211 2,528 236.2 1H38 d 60 0,62 66 1410o8728 458 92.4
1:5241 3,242 295 3,629 223 io6 1,922 525 53.7 23.9 26.4 1915 1915 1,524 13,379 1,636 15,24 4,242 503 9,382 2,324 59.1 26.2 22.1


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
* Includes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
$ Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
## Report of receiver or receivers.
Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
Decrease or deficit.








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1946 AND 1945 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1946 AND 1945

Operating revenues Operating expenses ** Operating revenues Operating expenses
MPercent Percent Freight Passenger Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Deprecla- Net Oper- malnte- trans- Freight Pa enger Net Oper- mainte- trane-
of road tlon in- railway eating nance portaton Avrag Deprec- railway atng nance portaton
Dfpreodrai-ayistaygacatportattonisa.gn
operated All oluded oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and yearer- Per-miles All atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
at close Per- Per- Total nte in (per- of oper- of oper- erae cent cent Total mante- luded Total atlng (per- of openr of oper-
of month Amount cent Amount cent nanoe cedng income cent) eating atng Aount n- Amount in- nance in pre- income cent) atng atln
in- n- column m revenues revenues crease create ceding reverevenue
crease crease column
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (n)m) n) (p) (() (r) () (tl (u () (w (x) (y) () (aa)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


#7,472
10,141

2:26
10,071
14,605
1 5
1:t919

2,459
4,828
10,351
15,802
1,880
2,114
6,823
10,609
1,416
1,619
1,214
2,279
21,729
40:267
9 ,
17:447

7,854
12:3P5
2,672
6,291
21,757
31,787
18,185
34,120

g:.74o
6,366
9,739
15,412

,393
,759

4,841
7,626

293
288


6,9
8075


43.8
33.2
4z.2
34.9
47.8
32.7
55.1
39.8
24.1
17.2
36.6
26.2
46.

42.1
29.1
45.2
3b.9
44.
33.7
39.3
25.5
39.2
22.9
42.8
28.0
4;
2 :
46.1
29.8
37.2
26.3
42.5
27.7
43.8
29.3
34.5
24.0
47.5
31.3
41.1
37.9
40.6
21.7
41.0
27.9


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ......................... 1946
1945
Chicago Great Western ........................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1946
1945
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1946
1945
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1946
1945
Great Northern .................................. 1946
1945
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ....... 1946
1945
Northern Pacific ................................ 1946
1945
Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1946
1945
Central Western Region:
Alton # ......................................... 1946
1945
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 1946
1945
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # .................. 1946
0945

Denver & Rio Grandes Western # ................... 1946
1945
Southern Pacific Company ........................ 1946
1945
Union Pacific ................................... 1946
1945
Southwestern Region:
MisBouri-Kansas-Texac Lines ..................... 1946
1945
Missouri Pacific # .............................. 1946
1945

Texas & Pacific ................................. 1946
1945

St. Louis-San Francisco # ....................... 1946
1945

St. Louis-San Franolsco & Texas ................. 1946
1945

St. Louis Southwestern Lines # .................. 1946
1945

Texas & New Orleans ............................. 1946
1945


8,065
8,071
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,722
1,616
1:617
546
546
8,332
8,372

3,224
3,224
6,872
6 ,868

1,051
1,130

959
959
13,085
13,115
8,863
8,987
7,652
7, 749

2,386
2,386
8 246
8:047
9,776
9,781
3,253
3,253
7,080
7,082
1,874
1,824
4,645
4:646
160
160
1,575
1,607
4,322
4,329


W4o,476
46:631
8,926
10,695
57,283
71,847
8,085
8,413
3,963
9,008
48,264
64:634

8,339
7,706
36,777
46,567
7,606
7,441
6,890
11,032
113,08
171,943
59,746
80,894
44,424
59,608
14,727
26:,045
106,176
1441865
96,563
153,288
18,798
29:564
53,262
73,815
15,576
23:264
27,039
35,826
1,276
1,352
16,154
29,652
31,636
40,662


d 13.2 $14,377
11 14,4oo


d 16.5

d 20.3

d 3.9

d 56.0

d 25.3

8.2

d 21.1

2.2

d 37.5

d 34.2

d 26.1

d 25.5

d 43.5

d 26.7




d 36.4

d 27.8




d 24.5

d 5.7

d 43.5

d 22.2


1,020
984
12,592
12,249
1,295
1,692
18
26
7,169
7,283
627
699
7,321
7,414
466
335
3,609
3,251

i3 6i;
42:245
13,o4o
14,625
13,221
1,506
4,230
3,602








13,946
5,038
7,338
6,230
,522
4,800
8,988
13,946

5,03 8
7, 338
6 ,230
8:650
109
196

7,97
1,10

7,647
9,909


d 0.2

3.7

2.8

d 23.5

d 29.7

d 1.6

d 10.3

d 1.3

39.3

11.0

d 13.3

d 10.8

d 19.9

17.4

d 18.9

d 16.s

d 26.6

d 35.6

d 31.3

d 28.0

d 44.4

d 43.5

d 22.5


5,065
8,065
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,722
1 616
1,617

546
546

8;372

3,224
3,224
6,872
6,873
1,051
1,130

959
959
13,085
13,115
8,863
8,986
7,652
7,749

2,356
2 386
2:396

8 246
8,247
9,775
9,781
3,253
3,253
7,080
7,082
1,874
1,884
4,645
4:645
160
160

1 575
1:607
4,322
4,327


(Money items in thousands of dollars)e


t61,885
68,702
11,041
12,640

77,993
93,9604
10,447
ll,o6o
11,060

4,606
o10,4o6
60,286
77,745
9,719
9, 149
48,795
58,990
8,850
5;488
12,071
16,062
162,301
2P9,435
80,950
104,167

62,909
82,:143
20,079
30,889
154,216
203,989

139,459
204,736
24,606
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68,215
94,752
22,864
33,390
46,427
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1,436
1,597
s18,240
31,955
42,269
53,766


124,165
23,000
3,956
3,573



3,977
3,217



25,338
29,970
4, 25
3,609

19,709
22,799
2,721
2,431

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26,769
8,298
23,372
28,516
19,661
22,072

7,655
8,954
60,383
66,275
47,284
64,574
7,541
12,373
22,677
24,259
7,090
8,738
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14,569
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6,232

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15,865
3,885
6,400
2,879
4,010
1,050
2,288
4,869
11,035

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3,288
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1,878
2,489
19
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585
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1,270
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$56,951
50,777
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71,497
68,512
10,409
8,422

5,932
7,461
52,834
56, 146
9,979
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43,896
45,352

63
11,502
10,632
123,661
136,552
56 N45
57,864
50, 108
50,362
17,680
19,177
141,409
144,315
112,715
133,774
19,687
24,913

54,992
55,343
16,999
18,701

35,365
32,579
1,164
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13 821
14 :442
33,962
31,659


d 139 94.6

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2,507 35.5
1,215 so.9
2,440 63.4

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1,927 72.1
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1,514 84.8
5,809 57.4

2,64l 57.3

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2,639 61.3
d 282 99.7
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3,086 65.7

1,265 83.2
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44.7
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33.4
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d 57.5

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$2,566
3,199
133
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d 44.6


$11,275
14,800
1, 857
2,637
13,581
19:U66
1,841
2,236
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5,592
12,289
18,876
2,117
2,408
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13:234
1,618
1,851
2,092
3,337
29,489
52,090
13,081
22,167
10,881
17,286
459
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25,817
45,292
4,721
7,936
12,277
19,338
4,663
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322
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6,692

8 075
11,425


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1,183
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1,317
98
117
491
1,224
68
112
98
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1,674
3,192
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1,280

596
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184
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642
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6,675
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6,895
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41

874
974
11,871
15,412
4,720
6,768
,83.9
4:804
1 630
1,747

11 246
13,206
9,304
13,371
1,584
1 254
2,627
4,281
5,259
1,487
1,:693
3,018
3,010

85
70
1,177
1,310
3,204
2,698


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810,661
10,436

1, 698
1,776
14,291
14,791
1,981
1,726

1,509
1,983

9,936
11,958
1,954
1,748
8,418
9,543
1,413
1,281
2,0 14
2,294

25,000
29,910
10,754
12,712

9,518
10:601

3,449
3,925
27,979

21,475
27,707
4,049
5,215
10,591
11,807

3,519
3,755
6 653
6:718


2,857
3,007
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