Preliminary Report on the Income Account of Railways in the United States for the Year Ending ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1894 - Railroads
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Page 33 - Michigan; also that portion of the States of New York and Pennsylvania lying west of a line drawn from Buffalo to Pittsburg via Salamanca. Group IV. This group embraces the States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and that portion of the State of West Virginia lying south of a line drawn east from Parkersburg to the boundary of Maryland. Group V. This group embraces the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and that portion of Louisiana east of the Mississippi...
Page 33 - Maryland, exclusive of that portion of New York and Pennsylvania lying west of a line drawn from Buffalo to Pittsburg, via Salamanca, and inclusive of that portion of West Virginia lying north of a line drawn from Parkersburg east to the boundary of Maryland. Group III. This group embraces the States of Ohio. Indiana, the southern peninsula of Michigan, and that portion of the Stales of New York and Pennsylvania lyiug west of a line drawn from Buffalo to Pittsburg, via Salamanca.
Page 37 - The groups or territorial divisions referred to are as follows : Group I. — This group embraces the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Group II. — This group embraces the States of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, exclusive of that portion of New York and Pennsylvania lying west of a line drawn from Buffalo to Pittsburg via Salamanca, and inclusive of that portion of West Virginia lying north of a line drawn from Parkersburg...
Page 27 - Group VIII. This group embraces the States of Kansas, Arkansas, that portion of the State of Missouri lying south of the Missouri River, that portion of the State of Colorado lying south of a line drawn...
Page 33 - This group embraces the States of Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, that portion of North Dakota and South Dakota lying west of the Missouri River, and that portion of the State of Colorado lying north of a line drawn east and west through Denver.
Page 33 - Colorado lying south of a line drawn east and west through Denver, that portion of the State of Texas lying west of Oklahoma, and the Territories of Oklahoma. Indian Territory, and the portion of New Mexico lying northeast of Santa Fe. Group IX. This group embraces the State of Louisiana, exclusive of the portion lying east of the Mississippi River; the State of Texas, exclusive of that portion lying west of Oklahoma, and the portion of New Mexico lying southeast of Santa Fe. Group X.
Page 30 - Carolina, South Carolina, and that portion of the State of West Virginia lying south of a line drawn east from Parkersburg to the boundary of Maryland. Group V. This group embraces the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and that portion of Louisiana east of the Mississippi River. Group VI.
Page 37 - This group embraces the States of Illinois, Wisconsin. Iowa. Minnesota, the northern peninsula of the State of Michigan, and that portion of the States of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Missouri lying east of the Missouri River. Group...
Page 37 - Montana. Wyoming, Nebraska, that portion of North Dakota and South Dakota lying west of the Missouri River, and that portion of the State of Colorado lying north of a line drawn east and west through Denver. Group VIII. This group embraces the States of Kansas, Arkansas, that portion of the State of Missouri lying south of the Missouri...
Page 27 - Preliminary report on the income account of railways in the United States for the year ending June 30, 1899. Wash., 1900. 8. [3] — Report of safety appliances on railroads. State of equipment, June 1, 1899. Wash., 1899. 8.

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