Poor's Manual of Railroads, Volume 50 (Google eBook)

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H.V. & H.W. Poor, 1917 - Railroads
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"With an appendix containing a full analysis of the debts of the United States, the several states, municipalities etc. Also statements of street railway and traction companies, industrial corporations, etc." (statement omitted on later vols.).
  

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Page 401 - Bonds contained to the contrary notwithstanding. This provision, however, is subject to the condition, that, if at any time after the principal of said Bonds shall have been so declared due and payable...
Page 248 - Time drafts and deposits Loans and bills receivable Traffic and car service balances receivable Net balance receivable from agents and conductors Miscellaneous accounts receivable .. Material and supplies . Interest and dividends receivable . Other current assets..
Page 401 - ... but no such waiver shall extend to or affect any subsequent default or impair any right consequent thereon.
Page 401 - Bonds then outstanding to be due and payable immediately, and upon any such declaration the same shall become and be immediately due and payable, anything in this indenture or in said Bonds contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 112 - Balances Receivable . Net Balance Receivable from Agents and Conductors Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable Material and Supplies . . . . Interest and Dividends Receivable...
Page 338 - US est or of any payment to the sinking fund and continue for the period of six months, or in default of any requirement of the mortgage, all of the bonds outstanding, at the option of the holders of a majority in interest of such outstanding bonds, should forthwith become due and payable. And further, upon written request of the holders of at least 1000 bonds then outstanding, the trustee should foreclose the equity of redemption of the property embraced in the hypothecation; and at the request...
Page 31 - Company may be required to pay or to retain therefrom under any present or future law of the United States of America, or of any state, county or municipality therein, the payment of which tax or taxes the Railway Company hereby assumes.
Page 330 - Both the principal and interest of this bond are payable without deduction for any tax or taxes which the Railroad Company may be required to pay thereon or retain therefrom under any present or future law of the United States or of any state, county or municipality therein.

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