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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 )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00077
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
MARCH 1947


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1947 AND 1946 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
right PPercent Percent Freit Passenger Percent percent
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- maint- trans- Freight PasseDepreci- Net Oper- mnte- tran-
of road ateponcin- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, and year Average action in- railway ating nance portation
operated All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses miles Per- Per- All eluded oper- rato expenses expenses
at close Per Pen Total mainte- lun pr Total atng (per- of oper- of ope- of road centnt Total mant- in pre- Total ting (p r-
of month Amount in- Amount ien nance ceding income cent) eating eating operated AmountA mo Amount in- nanoe ceding income cent) atlng atlng
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crease column revenue revenue
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) () (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (ol (p) (0i (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (-) () (sa)
(Money Items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199,163 530,552 2.3 66,899 37.8 $647,672 198,721 $27,991 5,277 62,497 77.2 30.7 40.: 1947 Total-Road listed herein.................. 194. 199 62 1,:489,5 22.3 $210,88 d 3b.8 $1,842,487 576,285 82,992 $14.55,0 $148,667 70 31.3 3
199,283 4303,3 107,639 585,700 231,455 26,683 561,407 d 6.810 95.5 39.5 4.3 1946 1946 199,286 1,218,424 344,604 1,693,952 590,172 79,015 1,432,1 95,658 34.8 42.7
New England Region:
1,762 5,435 12.4 1,136 d 21.4 7,253 2,165 280 5,483 628 75.6 29.9 39.9 1947 Boston & Maine ........................... 1947 1,762 15,046 13.5 3,594 17.0 20,444 6,542 840 16294 1,321 732.0 42.
1:764 4,836 1,447 868 2,611 266 6:689 d 507 97.4 38.0 52.6 194 1946 1,764 13,262 4,331 19,217 6,525 798 16,454 410 85.6 .0 45.7
1,838 7,684 19.7 4,000 d 20.2 12,964 3,732 489 10,511 438 81.1 28.8 43.5 1947 New York, New Haven & Hartford ......... 1947 1,838 21,016 17.5 12,480 d 19.7 37,165 11,107 1,456 31,199 d 44 83.9 299 44.
1,838 6,420 5,011 12448 4,459 495 12,450 d 1.831 100.0 35.8 54.3 1946 1946 1,838 17,892 15,533 36,443 11,232 1,481 30,931 84.9 30.8 5.4
Great Lakes Region:
7Z4 4,593 23.8 187 85.7 4,915 1,375 154 3,341 818 68.0 28.0 35.7 1947 Delaware & Hudson ........................ 1947 12,067 17.5 540 27.4 12,997 4,118 484 9,852 1,505 731.7
3,6 5:711 101 3,905 1,700 175 3,838 56 98.3 43.5 .8 19:1 1946 846 10,269 23 10,953 4,174 525 9,457 840 86.3 38.1
973 ,391 16.2 772 d 6.7 6,754 1,812 347 5246 830 7 7 26. 45. 19 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............ 1947 973 14,866 19.5 2356 18,8 5,208 ,36 1,136 1,726 83 276 47.2
97 591 2 a 6;o 1,920 335 5:767 9. 32.0 57. 1946 1946 973 12,440 2,596 16,570 ,813 976 14,211 1,004 85.8 29.0 50.7
2,229 11,483 26.0 504 d 37.4 12,820 3,533 551 10007 1,062 78.1 27.6 44.1 1947 Erie ..................................... 19 2,229 31,916 27.2 1559 d 39.0 35,724 10,015 1,654 28569 2,532 80.0 28.0 5.3
2,242 9,115 804 10,608 3,057 513 8:763 673 82.6 29.1 45.9 1946 1946 2,242 25,088 2,556 29,668 8,809 1,526 25,896 76 87.3 29.7 49.6
972 3,487 45.4 161 d 32.1 3,905 1,077 168 2,98 575 74.5 27.6 42. 1947 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1947 972 9,395 48.5 497 d 26.7 10,557 3,135 504 8,437 937 79
1,026 2,398 237 2,832 1,256 163 3,028 d 451 06.9 44.3 55.6 1946 1946 1,026 6,328 678 7,535 3,220 490 7,714 d 857 102.4 42.7 53.1
1,254 5441 21.0 323 d 54.4 6,184 1865 265 5,051 499 81.7 30.2 45.0 1947 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1947 1254 15,550 20.9 1,087 d 44. 17,859 5,142 795 14,552 1,624 81.5 28.8 6.3
1:254 4:496 708 5,572 1:568 268 4,893 202 87.8 28.1 51.7 1946 1946 1,254 12,860 1,960 16,055 3,973 807 12,753 1,527 79.4 24.7 47.8
10,746 42,764 22.6 8,895 d 26.1 57,527 19,999 2,718 49,799 738 86.6 45.6 1947 New York Central a/ .................. 1947 10,746 119,799 23.5 28,597 d 22.8 165,294 55,378 8,138 i42,786 2,011l 86.4 33. 46-
10:,746 349:876 12,031 51:,597 21,163 2,600 54,810 d 1.493 106.2 4l.o 56.8 1946 1946 10,746 96,995 37,062 147,735 54,971 7,759 138,240 49 93.6 37.2 49.1
1,687 7,898 39.2 6 d 63.7 8175 2,123 213 5,635 1,070 68.9 26.0 37.2 1947 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............ Lous194 1,687 21,919 38.7 338 d 59.7 22,775 6,188 646 16,67 2,798 705 27.2
1:687 5:672 264 6,063 2:158 210 5:649 d 82 93.2 35.6 49.7 1946 194 1,687 15,805 839 17,033 5,481 634 14,113 926 82.9 32.2
1,950 5,127 45.1 173 d 12.8 5,570 1,675 271 4,5317 496 77.5 30.1 41.o 1947 Pere Marquette ........................... 1947 1,950 14,163 41.7 579 7.1 15,493 4,807 811 12,365 1,090 79.8 31.0 42.1
1949 3,535 199 3:933 1,558 250 3:956 d 396 10.6 39.6 51.7 1946 1946 1,949 9,993 624 11,138 4,087 750 10,103 3 90.7 36.7 46.3
223 2,602 26.1 88 d 3.5 2,820 1,218 238 2,555 46 90.6 43.2 40.4 194 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie................... 1947 223 7,749 41.8 266 d 5. 8365 3,643 71 7,536 1,286 90.1 43.5 39.5
229 2,063 91 2,237 1:410 238 2936 249 131.2 63.0 59.5 1946 1946 229 5,465 281 5,961 3,638 686 7,198 442 120.8 61.0 51.0
2,393 7,228 31.6 388 d 43.7 ,lo9 1,999 272 5,563 1,177 68.6 24.6 37.4 1947 Wabash ................................... 1947 2,393 20,203 29.7 1,276 d 40.4 22,942 5,719 816 16,009 3,099 69.8 24.9 38.7
2,393 5,491 689 6,614 2,339 268 6,280 227 95.0 35.4 50.6 194 1946 2,393 15,577 2,143 19,040 5,685 804 15,485 1,587 81.3 29.9 43.9
Central Eastern Region:
6,193 26,323 22.3 1,803 d 46.2 29746 9,799 1,194 24,408 2,835 82.1 2.9 42.9 1947 Baltimore & Ohio ......................... .194 6,193 73,243 23.1 51,68 d' 47046 27563 3,527 69,312 7,556 9. 4 .
6,139 21,519 3,353 26 336 11,938 1,092 27,871 d 105.:8 45.3 51.6 1946 941 6 ,139 59,161 11,o068 7 75 303 3 ,276 69,953 d 93.9 5
649 546 365 d 22. ,2 1,3 149 2 30.2 6 194 Central of New Jersey .................. 1947 419 6,722 d28O 1,272 d22 8,760 2,767 448 ,163 d 134 93.2 31.6 54.4

213 1,532 19 1,592 424 5 1,007 6 63.3 26.6 32.8 1947 Central of Pennsylvania .................. 194 213 4,189 58 ,3 1,22 177 2,78 1,813 6. 28.1 .1
4 5 4 1946 194 14 15 i -
910 1,865 25.7 285 d 24.9 2,404 79 899 2,033 90 96 0.8 4.8 1947 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............... 1948 910 5,224 24.4 921 d 5.6,82 25210 251266 5,941 13 46.
910 1:48 380 2,100 98 90 2,306 d 496 109.8 4 5 52 14 194 910 4,200 1,235 6,082 2,056 251 5,913 133 67 46.6
391 2,957 41.0 358 664 73 2,054 598 594 19.2 37.2 194 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 194 91 8,0155 5.0 9,503 1.789 221 5,896 1,394 620 18.8
392 2,097 247 928 77 2,27 d 33 91.9 37.6 9.6 19 194 92 4,881 5,543 2,098 230 5,129 d 351 92.5 .9
376 1,264 17.7 2,104 d 3.6 3,597 1,100 191 3,280 d 458 91.2 30.6 57.9 1947 Long Island .............................. 1947 376 3,401 9.0 6,019 d 3 10,108 3,375 574 9,763 d 2032 96. 33.4 60.1
376 1074 2,182 3,481 1,000 188 3,047 87.6 28.7 56.0 1946 1946 376 3,121 6,239 9,980 2,858 564 8,825 88.4 28.6 56.9
10,116 56,053 21.1 12,257 d 34.3 74,393 22,537 3,696 63,161 3,959 84.9 30.3 49.4 1947 Pennsylvania .............................. ...1947 10,116 155,362 24.4 38,772 d 32.9 211,151 69,087 10,459 18,161 1,317 89.1 32.7 50.8
0lo,121 46,301 18,650 70,244 23,515 3,597 62,oi014 3,818 88.3 33.5 47.8 194' 19%6 10,121 124,842 57,824 198,094 67,871 10,144 181,138 4,779 91.4 34.3 50.3
152 8,773 123 642 d 32.0 9,929 3,067 40 7,308 1,196 73.6 3.:4 38.9 19 Reading .................................... 191,354,883 17. 1,819 d 42.7 28 28 9,198 1,350 2114 368 762 32.6
132 73 02112 3,17125,504 9,150 1,315 21,33 1,522 8
Pocahontas Region:
3,106 19,849 24.6 696 a 47.9 21,251 6,183 986 13,986 2,416 6 .8 29.1 31.6 197 Chesapeake &Ohio ........................ 194 3,106 56,356 27.1 1,957 d 56.3 60,256 18,142 2,95 40,513 11,854 67.2 30.1 31.8
3:084 15,930 1,336 17,807 5,980 1,037 13:641 2:411 7.6 33.6 36.8 194 196 3,084 ,357 4,81 50,399 15,938 2,83 34,745 9,679 68.9 31.6 31.9
2,130 13,481 25.2 447 d 61.4 14,457 4,079 718 8,842 3,49 61.2 28.2 28.6 1947 Norfolk & Western .......................... 1947 2,130 37,928 22.8 1,581 d 54.8 40,753 12,498 2,143 26,235 8,885 64.4 30.7 29.1
2,161 10,767 1,158 12,281 4,598 oo00 9,802 1,106 79.8 37.4 36.5 1946 1946 2,161 30,896 3,500 35,339 11,531 2,099 23,932 7,016 67.7 32.6 30.1
southern Region:
5,53 8,786 g.4 2,080 d 23.8 11,889 4,254 353 9,855 810 82.9 35.8 40.2 194 Atlantlic Coast Line....................... 1947 5,53 25,921 13.3 6,867 d 21.9 35,586 12,269 1,059 28,722 2726 80.7 .5 39.4
5:569 8,102 2,729 11,639 5,796 309 12,330 d 1,526 105.9 49.8 48.5 1946 1946 5,569 22,877 8,788 34,027 14,o60 1,003 30,040 362 88.3 41.3 4O.3
1,816 2,401 13.7 259 d 40.4 2,959 972 130 2,577 140 67.1 32.8 45.9 1947 Central of Gorgia .................... 1947 1,816 6,515 10.4 805 d 47.6 8,095 2,845 389 7,551 d 184 93.3 35.1 48.8
1,816 2,112 434 2,819 1,120 116 2,924 d 296 103.7 39.7 54.4 1946 1946 1,816 5,903 1,537 8,264 2,959 349 7,682 5 93.0 35.8 4S.2
1,945 3,282 10.1 89 d 50.6 3,485 1,107 160 2,502 399 71.8 34.1 29.8 194 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1947 1,945 9,373 15.8 268 d 50.4 9,972 3,422 463 7,256 1,028 72.8 34.3 30.6
1,945 2,981 181 3,258 1,413 110 3,181 d 199 97.6 43.4 45.1 194 1946 1,945 8,093 541 8,935 3,479 329 7,506 276 84.0 38.9 37.0
6,582 17,108 20.5 2,047 318 21,398 6,689 949 15,154 2,983 70.8 31.3 34.0 1947 Illinois Central ........................ 1947 6,582 47,592 21.2 6,098 d 32.2 59,397 19,067 2,834 43,990 6,889 74.1 32.1 36.0
6:05 14,200 3:190 18,574 7,195 921 17,312 d 16 93.2 38.7 5.8 194 1941 6,605 39,282 8,992 51,747 17,735 2,763 42,153 3,829 81.5 34.3 39.9
4,768 14,602 21.7 1,188 d 52.2 16,832 5,184 643 12,779 2,001 75.9 30.8 40.1 1947 Louisville & Nashville ................... 1947 4,768 40,781 19.7 3,726 d 47.8 47,424 15,463 1,928 34,404 4,938 78.9 32.6 4.10
4,757 12,001 2,:484 15,424 5,749 582 14,242 415 92.3 37.3 48.2 1946 1946 4,758 34,075 7,136 43,953 14,285 1,745 34,742 4,962 79.0 5 .
4,156 8,663 14.0o 1,801 d 27.6 11-,3 ,631 353 8,886 1,157 78.3 32.0 :.0 1947 Seaboard Air Line........................ 1947 4,156 24,843 17.5 5,467 d 26.4 32,711 10,192 1,05 25,575 3,157 7.6 89
4:15o 7:601 2,88 10:802 :016 0 9:809 23 90. 37.2.9 1946 194 4,150 21,149 7,427 30,667 9,69 969 62 3,585 77.0 31.6 37.9
6 484 16,440 12.9 1,592 d 56.2 9,350 6,045 62 14,585 2,010 75. 31.2 194 southern ................................. 1947 6,484 47,326 18.7 5,401 d 52.1 56,376 18,183 1,893 43,088 5,660 76.4 32. 38.
6:484 14,564 3,633 19,507 7,434 565 17,502 445 89.7 38.1 4.6 1946 1946 6,484 39,883 11,284 54,968 1S,3836 1,773 42,50 5,593 77. 3. .


* Percent increaac com
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Inc .udes amortization of Defense Projects,


#Report of trustee o rses
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Deoreaseor deficit.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


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FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1917 AND 19"6 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1947 AND 1946
FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1947 AND 1946 Operating revenues Operating expenses
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operting expensePercent Percent
----Pa -ener-et- -mPercent Percent Freight Passengere Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Depreci- railway eating nance portetlon
Miles rehtPseerDeprecia- railway atlng nance portatlon miles All atl n" oper- ratio expenses expenses
o eroa4d All tion in- oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, nd year of road Per- Per Totl mnte- eluded Total tng (per- of ope- of oper-
operated er- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Amount cent Amount cent nance ea income cent) atn atong
at close cent Amo cent t nanoe n pre- income ent) eating atng in- in- ending revenues revenues
of month Amount in- inAmount in- ceding rerevens revenues rease crease column
crease crease column crease

() (b) ( ( ) (f) () ( ( ()n)( ( (q) (r) (s) (t) u) (v) () (w ( () ()
(Money items in thousands of dollars)-


S10,041 21.3
8,939
2,329 10.1
1,973
16,271 30.6
12,456
2,296 30.3
1,763
264 41.5
187
ii,304 2.3
10,947

2,416 36.0
1,776
10,173 25.0
8,137
2,0o46 22.3
1,673

1,971 23.9

27,667 10.8
23,287
15,696 20.5
13,025
11,060 25.3
9,464.

3,857 22.5
3,148
27,020 25.9
21,459
26,005 34.4
20,005
4,502 15.5
3,897
13,803 19.3
11,566
4,031 31.3
3,070
7,399 24.0
5,968
321 11.1
289
4,434 29.4
3,427
8,300 29.0
6,435


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


a .o 4,2o
d 44, 0 12900
13,435
d 4 2,1638
2,:406

16,456
d 406 2,686
2,254
d 44. 299
213
d 40. 13,0511

d 39 2,642
2,075

d 602 11,501
10,571
d 61 2,220
1,905
d 63.3 2,626

d r 4.i 341 0
33,162
d 48 10,565
17,001

d 36.8 14,769
13,262

d 64.0 4,287
4,070

d 4.9 33,539
31,160
10. 32,533
20,171

7.9 5,617
5,055


d 1 6,363


d 6. 0,66o
7,761

320

3,723

8,6o1 9


8,064
8,065
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,733
1,616
1,616
547
546

8,333
8,332
3,224
3,224
6,921
6,572
1,051
1,051

959
959
13,107
13,085
8,608
8,863
7,650
7,652
2,366
2,3s6
8,228
8,247
9,775
9,775
3,253
3,253
7,038
7,080
1,874

4,645
4,645
160
160
1,575
1,576
4,320
4,322


* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
0 Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ....................... 1947 8,064
1946 8,065


Chicago Great Western ......................... 1947
19L6

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........ 1947
1946

Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........ 1947
19146

Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................. 1947
1946

Great Northern ................................ 1947
1946

Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1947
1946

Northern Pacific .............................. 1947

Wisconsin Central # .......................... 194
Central Western Region:
Alton # ....................................... 1947

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................ 194

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................. 1947
1946

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # .............. 1947
1946

Denver & Rio Grande Western # ................. 1947

Southern Pacific Company ...................... 1947

Union Paolfico ................................. 194
Southwestern Region:
Miesouri-Kaneas-Tsxas Lines ................... 194.

Missouri Paolfico # ............................ 1947

Texas & Paolflo ............................... 194

St. Louis-San Francisoo ......................**. 1947
1946

St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............... 194

St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ................ 194

Texas & New Orleans ........................... 19
19qu


1,500
1,500
10,733
10,733
1,616
1,616


546
8,333
8,332
3,224
3,224
6,921
6,072
1,051
1,051
959
959
13,107
13,085
8,868
8,863
7,650
7,653
2,366
2,306

8,228
8,247

9,772
9,776
3,253
3,253
7,037
7,080
1,873
1,874
4,645
4,645
160
160
1,572
1,576
4,320
4,322


$29,598
24,884
6,442
5,61:

43,812
36,298
6,184
5,049
617
445
32,561
28,939
6,002
4,703
205,86
22,507

0,542
,P68


4:28Z
80,862
60,520
411,319
39,273

33,129
28,146
10,796
9,294

8,531
Z2,007
75,853
59,844
12,743
11,157
39,801
32,827
ll,o4o
8,632


$1687
3,014
111
202
1,429
2,295
167
281
2
3
832
1,396
84
137



32
03
379
1,033
3,291
7,229
1,229
2,373
1,740
2,753

246
609
1,033
6,819
3,221
5,419
439
702
1,157
1,798
391
903
585
1,120
11
20
60
163
844
1,502


18.9

14.8

20.7

22.5

38.5

12.5


27.6

28.3

18.7

21.6

18.0

12.8

17.7

16.2

26.6

26.7

14.2

21.2

27.9

24.0

18.2

22.8

21.5


$5,321
9,053
263
66e
4,545
8,262
509
35
6
13
2,276
4,069

275
431
1,650
4,006
o104
2s6

1,171
2,606


24:54

9:442
5,254
0,75

716
3,oo006
12,603
22,471
10,097
19,102
1,198
2,329

919
1,269
1;340
3,267
1,767
4,090

41
73
202
495
2,609
5,169
5:145___


d 41.2

d 60.6



d4 29.o


d 90.7

d 93.3

d 36.2

d 66.2

d 63.,

d 4 1.3

d 54.6

d 59.4

d 40.0

d 76.2

d 43.9

d 47.1

d 48.6

d 37.A

4 99.0

d r6.8

d 43.4

d 59,.3

d 4L7.7


I 3,6 1,2 8260


(39,665 $14,025
30,251 14,303

7,316 1,36
:958 2,45
Z3,284 14,915
9,550 16,680

J,432 2,225
496 2,293
719 2,207
532 2,011
37,609 14,950
36,727 15,307
6,692 2,492
5,584 2,607
33,089 12,133
30,289 11,733
6,009 1,541
5:4o9 1,130
7,411 2,326
7,660 3,121
101,052 33,503
100,576 33,356
52,804 12,506
53,650 13,597
41,657 11,177
40,180 12,007
12,047 .,936
13,003 4,477
91,479 28,802
93,647 37,506
93,135 26,509
87,507 28,580
15,307 4,520
1,838 4,359

47 743 14,250
4,653 13,906
13,625 3,947
13,270 3,969
24,505 7,839
22,859 9,784
977 224
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12,758 .164
10,778 ,096
27,314 6,906
25,698 8,865


$2,609
2,448
260
267
2,876
2,775
333
310

305
303
2,070
1,092

302
306

1,751
1,577
202
194
314
309

5214
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2,601
2,320
1,881
1,709

693
506
3,063
2,922
3,498
3,211
571
555
1,982
1,973
563
567
1,152
1,127
12
12
370
305
741
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35,254
35,023


41,120
43,072
6,209
6,355
3,417
3,005
33,047
32,555

6,043
6:048
26,031
26,779

4;574

5,093
7,105
75,623
74,022
32, 60
34,427
30,416
30,932

9,703
10,036
75,g45
6,003
67,717
69,458
12,063
11,51N
35,586
33,632

10,743
9,390
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7,7s4
8,367
18,704
19,390


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d 910 91.5

4,885 7:.2
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d 937 l0o.3
4,037 81.1
1,837 00.4
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301 79.5
d 390 92.8
11,564 74.8
13,070 73.6
9,069 62.1
9,736 64.2
5,18 73.0
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1,331 80.5
1,11i 4 3.3
8,176 76.6
2,611 89.9
9,663 72.7
7,075 79.1
1,109 78.0
1,307 77.6
6,193 74.5
4,673 70.8
1,706 76.6
1,869 74.2
2,222 00.4
d 26 94.7

Z7 73.2
7 80.0
2,442 61.0
1,164 77.6
3,564 60.5
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33.3
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Report of trustee or trustees.
Snclud e Atchon, Topeka and Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe; and Panhandle and Santa Fe.
S Deorea. or deficit.U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1947-0-705274


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5,559
625
903

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750
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817
791
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856
1,109
4,141
4,593

476
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11,552
13,0b4
4,282
5,500
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1,345
1,080
9,941
15,429
9,516
11,01

1,583
1,720
5,016
5,959
1,425
1,679
2,698
3,979
77
115
1,227
1,463
2,437
3,777


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970
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107
102
101
692
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102
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105
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1,747
1,668
876
778
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231
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1,169
1,091
192
183
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658
189
183
384
376
4
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123
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24
254


$11,932
14,027

2,470
14,138
17,300



1,220
1,209
11,578
13,226

2,103
2,473
9,126
10,556
1,506
1,882
2,098
3,251
25,899
29,291

11,227
13,933
10,516
12,137

,149
25,757
33,443
23,465
27,503
4,182
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12,404
13,758
3,722
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2,058
3,138
6,420
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