Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various State Officers, Departments and Institutions, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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State Printer., 1903 - Wisconsin
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Page 61 - The cars of all Transportation Companies are allowed to run over the lines of this company, paying regular rates and receiving mileage.
Page 169 - Freight traffic — Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue Number of tons carried one mile Average distance haul of one ton (miles) Total freight revenue Average amount received for each ton of freight Average receipts per ton...
Page 268 - Total freight revenue Average amount received for each ton of freight Average receipts per ton per mile Total freight earnings.
Page 13 - There is appropriated annually to the common school fund income an amount equal to seven-tenths of one mill for each dollar of the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the state, as determined by...
Page 87 - ... engaged in operating, running, riding upon, or switching passenger, freight or other trains, engines or cars...
Page 14 - Bayfield Brown Buffalo Burnett Calumet Chippewa Clark Columbia Crawford Dane Dodge Door Douglas Dunn Eau Claire Florence Fond Du Lac Forest Grant Green Green Lake Iowa .... Iron Jackson...
Page 169 - Expenses per mile of road, Train Mileage: Miles run by passenger trains .... Miles run by freight trains...
Page 49 - By provisions of said section, this entire fund is placed at the disposal of the Board of Regents by transfer to the Treasurer of said Board, and the detailed record of its expenditures is kept by said Treasurer distinct and independent of the accounts of the State.
Page 19 - The value which property bears in the market, the amount for which its stock can be bought and sold, is the real value. Business men do not pay cash for property in moonshine or dreamland. They buy and pay for that which is of value in its power to produce income, or for purposes of sale.
Page 57 - FUND. This fund consists of one-half the proceeds of sales of all swamp and overflowed lands received by the state from the United States, and...

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