Annual Report

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Page 722 - PROPERTY LEASED, OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. Name of Railroad the Income of which from Lease, or from other Assignment for Operation, is Included in the Income Account. Give here a full explanation of the contract existing between road (or roads) mentioned on page 6, and the company by which it is operated.
Page 299 - Here give a concise statement of all existing contracts, agreements, arrangements, etc., with other companies or persons, concerning the transportation of freight or passengers. Give the statement in the following order, viz.: 1. Express companies. 2. Mails. 3. Sleeping, parlor or dining car companies. 4. Freight or transportation companies or lines. 5.
Page 853 - Gange of track, 4 feet, 8И inches. 434.97 miles. TELEGRAPH. Owned by Another Company, but Located on Property of Road Making this Report.
Page 299 - R'y Co. agrees to transport the freight of the express company over all lines operated by the railway company, aggregating...
Page 2 - Nov. 30, 1897, this being the thirteenth annual report of the commission as now organized, with such facts, statements and explanations as will disclose the actual workings of the system of railroad transportation in its bearings upon the business and prosperity of the people of the state, with such suggestions in relation thereto as seem appropriate to the commission.
Page 257 - Compensation for mail service is not permanently fixed. Service is ordered subject to the rules and regulations of the post-office department and the amount paid is based upon the weight of the mail transported over each route. 3. Sleeping, parlor and dining cars are owned and operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Page 500 - MINNESOTA. (For Roads Making Operating Reports.) Name of Every Railroad the Operations of which are Included in the Income Account — Page 31.
Page 257 - Company occupies the lines of this company, doing a general express business. Rates are various and are governed by the business done and the facilities furnished.
Page 299 - Mails — The company transports mails over any route on its lines when ordered by the United States postoffice department.
Page 257 - Sleeping, parlor and dining cars are owned and operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co. Sleeping car rates, $1.50 to $2.50 according to distance. Parlor car rates, 25c to $1.00 according to distance. Dining car rates, $1.00 per meal and a la carte. 4. The cars of all transportation companies are allowed to run over the lines of this company, paying regular rates and receiving mileage.

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