Annual Report of the Public Service Commission, Second District, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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J.B. Lyon Company, 1910 - Electric Utilities
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Page 94 - Iron, pig and bloom . Iron and steel rails . Other castings and machinery . Bar and sheet metal Cement, brick, and lime . Agricultural implements . . Wagons, carriages, tools, etc. Wines, liquors, and beers . Household goods and furniture Other manufactures Total .... Merchandise .... Miscellaneous other commodities not mentioned above Total tonnage . Freight originating on this road.
Page 21 - RAILROAD CORPORATIONS The figures following the name give the order in which the corporation appears in the...
Page 4 - April 27, 1863 (ch. 236), authorizing the incorporation of a railroad from some point in the county of Saratoga, up and along the valley of the upper Hudson into the wilderness...
Page 63 - Line operated under lease for a de6nite annual rent; (D) Line operated under contract or agreement, or where the rent is contingent on earnings or other consideration; (E) Line operated under trackage rights.
Page 86 - Sugar ..... Naval stores .... Iron, pig and bloom Iron and steel rails Other castings and machinery . Bar and sheet metal Cement, brick, and lime Agricultural implements Wagons, carriages, tools, etc.
Page 258 - An Act to incorporate the Holladay Overland Mail and Express Company...
Page 253 - The National Express Company Is an unincorporated association organized by the American Express Company, with a nominal capital of $500,000, of which $475,000 was Issued, In the Inception, to the American Express Company, the remaining $25,000 being subscribed for at par, by directors and others connected with the American Express Company under an agreement under which the American Express Company had a right to take over their shares at any time at actual cost...
Page 239 - Company for a certificate of public convenience and a necessity, under section 59 of the Railroad Law...
Page 258 - This capitalization was afterwards reduced to $5,000,000, which amount is reported by the directors under oath as fully paid up. Existing records do not show whether paid up in cash, real estate, equipment or securities, and no person now living is able to give these details.
Page 13 - Company of the States of New York and New Jersey was formed January 28, 1879, by consolidation of the Jersey City and Albany Railway Company, organized under the laws of New Jersey as a reorganization of the Jersey City and Albany Railroad Company organized under the laws of New York and New Jersey, after foreclosure conducted in the United States Circuit Court in the District of New Jersey and the Southern District of New York, and the Jersey City and Albany Railway Company organized under the railroad...

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