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(a) The portion of said railroad between the said connection in Sunnyside yard and the said Pennsylvania station; (b) Pennsylvania station; and if, and when desired by the Long Island Company; (c) Sunnyside yard.

This agreement was approved by the Public Service Commission, First District, March 14, 1911. This agreement was renewed by a supplemental agreement on June 24, 1912. The Public Service Commission approved this renewal October 18, 1912, and the Commission continued the agreement in force to July 1, 1913. There is no record of any agreement between this Company, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, as its agent, and The Long Island Railroad Company, for the operation by The Long Island Railroad Company, as set forth in the two agreements above described.

Other intercorporate agreements. April 13, 1910, this Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, as its operating agent, entered into an agreement with the New York Transportation Company, which was assigned to the Connecticut Cab Company on May 10, 1912, granting the Transportation Company the cab privilege at the Pennsylvania station and fixed a schedule of rates to govern such service. The agreement is subject to termination on six months' notice after six years.

November 1, 1910, this Company leased to the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company a certain duct in the tunnel known as the North tunnel, under the city of New York and in New Jersey. This contract was for a term of 25 years at the annual rental of $1,000 per duct per mile occupied.

February 15, 1911, this Company leased to the New York Tele phone Company, certain ducts in the tunnel in Manhattan and Queens known as “Q” on a diagram attached to the agreement. This agreement was for a period of 25 years with a renewal of 25 years; the rental for the first term being $1,000 per annum per mile of duct space occupied.

March 22, 1911, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, as agent for this Company, entered into an agreement with the New York Transfer Company for the transfer of passengers' baggage in Manhattan; agreement to continue in force for a term of one year and until terminated on three months' notice. The Railroad Com

pany further agreed not to grant similar privileges to other transfer companies.

June 24, 1912, this Company entered into an agreement with the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, for the use by the Railroad Company of wires of the Telegraph Company as laid in the ducts leased by the Railroad Company by contract dated November 1, 1910.

June 24, 1912, this Company entered into an agreement with the New York Telephone Company, for the use by the Railroad Company of the telephone wires as laid in the ducts leased by this Company by contract dated February 15, 1911.

Construction. February 1, 1913, the Company had constructed tracks within the limits of Greater City of New York, as follows:

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546 The People's Railroad Company

(Brooklyn and Queens) Incorporation. November 29, 1879; General Railroad Law of 1850; for purpose of constructing a single or double track horse railway, from Cypress Hills cemetery to Fulton ferry (Queens and Kings Counties); corporate life, 100 years; capital stock, $200,000; route (about eight miles) as follows:

Commencing at some point on Myrtle avenue and the Jamaica plankroad, in the town of Jamaica, near the northerly line of Cypress Hills cemetery, and thence running along the Jamaica plankroad to Grove street, Brooklyn; thence along Grove street, Broadway, Lafayette avenue and Flatbush avenue, as Flatbush avenue may hereafter be extended, to Fulton ferry; also from Flatbush avenue along Fulton avenue, Joralemon street, Court street and Atlantic avenue to the East river.

Stock. In a report made to the state engineer for the year 1880, it appears that $28,100 of its capital stock had been subscribed and $800 paid in.

Construction. No record of any construction. In a report made by the state engineer for the year 1881 this Company is described as not in operation. The Company's route is the same as that of the Queens County Railway Company, incorporated March 16, 1871.

547 The People's Rapid Transit Company

(Manhattan and The Bronx) Incorporation. September 11, 1888; General Railroad Law of 1850; corporate life, 99 years; capital stock, $500,000; route (about 30 miles) as follows:

From the village of Tarrytown to the city of New York, to a terminal station within the said last named city located where it will best promote the public convenience and accommodation and conform to the laws and statutes of the state of New York.

Construction. No record of any construction. The Company has probably forfeited its corporate existence.

548 The Peoples Railroad Company of Brooklyn, N. Y.

(Brooklyn) Incorporation. November 20, 1893; The Railroad Law of 1890; for purpose of constructing a street surface railroad to be operated by horse, electricity or cable power; corporate life, 999 years; capital stock, $325,000; route (about 32 miles) as follows:

From the present entrance to Brooklyn bridge at Sands street, along Sands street to Fulton, along Fulton to Middagh, along Middagh to Henry, along Henry to Amity, along Amity to Dean, along Dean to Grand avenue, along Grand avenue to Gates avenue, along Gates to Downing street, along Downing to Quincy, along Quincy to Marcy avenue, along Marcy to Middleton street, along Middleton to McKibben, along McKibben to Leonard, along Leonard to Greenpoint avenue, along Greenpoint to Manhattan, along Manhattan avenue to Kent street, along Kent to West street, along West to Greenpoint avenue, along Greenpoint avenue westerly to 10th and 23d streets Greenpoint ferries. Also from the proposed new entrance at Tillary street, along Tillary westerly to Fulton, along Fulton to Clinton, along Clinton to Pierrepont, along Pierrepont to Henry; also from intersection of Grand avenue and Dean street, along Grand avenue to Washington avenue, along Washington avenue to boundary line between city of Brooklyn and town of Flatbush, and continuing along Washington avenue to Lefferts avenue, along Lefferts to Rogers avenue, along Rogers avenue to Clarkson avenue, along Clarkson avenue to Remsen street, along Remsen street to the boundary between Flatbush and Flatlands and continuing along Remsen to Skidmore avenue, along Skidmore avenue to East 91st street, and along East 91st street southerly to Jamaica bay. Also from intersection of Rogers avenue and Clarkson avenue, town of Flatbush, along Rogers avenue to East Broadway, along East Broadway to Church lane, along Church lane to 36th street, along 36th to Fort Hamilton avenue, along Fort Hamilton avenue to the boundary between Flatbush and New Utrecht and continuing southwesterly to For Hamilton. Also from intersection of Marcy avenue and Quincy street, Brooklyn, along Quincy to Linden, along Linden street to Wyckoff avenue, along Wyckoff to Palmetto street in Ridgewood. Also from intersection of Rogers avenue and East Broadway in Flatbush, along Rogers avenue to Vernon avenue, along Vernon to Holy Cross cemetery. Also in Brooklyn, from South ferry at the foot of Atlantic avenue, along Atlantic avenue to Furman street, along Furman streer to State street, along State street to Henry street. Also from intersection of Grand avenue and Prospect place, along Prospect place to Brooklyn avenue, along Brooklyn avenue to DeGraw street. Along DeGraw street to Buffalo avenue, along Buffalo avenue to St. Marks avenue, along St. Marks avenue to Ralph avenue, along Ralph avenue to Pacific street, along Pacific street to Rockaway avenue, along Rockaway avenue to East New York avenue, along East New York avenue to Liberty avenue, along Liberty avenue to Railroad avenue, along Railroad avenue northerly to Cypress Hills Cemetery. Also from Broadway ferry at Kent avenue and Broadway, Brooklyn, along Kent avenue to South Eighth street, along South Eighth street to Roebling street, along Roebling street to South Ninth street, along South Ninth street to Marcy avenue, along Marcy avenue to Quincy street. Also from intersection of Washington avenue and Butler street (Sterling place), along Butler street to Bond street, along Bond street to Sackett street, along Sackett street to Hamilton ferry. Also in Flatbush along Malbone street from Washington avenue westerly to Prospect Park.

Certificate of change of route. March 20, 1894, the Company filed in the office of the secretary of state a certificate changing its route as follows:

From Fulton ferry in the city of Brooklyn, along Fulton street to Hicks street; Hicks street to Middagh street.

From the present entrance to Brooklyn bridge at Sands street, along Sands street to Fulton street; Fulton street to Middagh street; Middagh street to Hicks street; Hicks street to State street; State street to Henry street; Henry street to Amity street; Amity street to Dean street; Dean street to Grand avenue; Grand avenue to Prospect place; Prospect place to New York avenue; New York avenue to l'ulton street; Fulton street to Marcy avenue; Marcy avenue to Middleton street; Middleton street to McKibben street; McKibben street to Leonard street; Leonard street to Greenpoint avenue; Greenpoint avenue to Manhattan avenue; Manhattan avenue to Kent street; Kent street to West street; West street to Greenpoint avenue; Greenpoint avenue to 10th and 23d streets, Greenpoint ferries.

Also from the proposed new entrance of Brooklyn bridge at Tillary street, along Tillary street to Fulton street; Fulton street to Clinton street; Clinton street to Pierrepont street; Pierrepont street to Hicks street.

Also from the intersection of Grand avenue and Dean street, along Grand

avenue to Washington avenue; Washington avenue to the boundary line between the city of Brooklyn and the town of Flatbush.

Also from the intersection of Marcy avenue and Lafayette avenue, along Lafayette avenue to Broadway; Broadway to Kossuth street; Kossuth street to Bushwick avenue; Bushwick avenue to Stanhope street; Stanhope street to Evergreen avenue; Evergreen avenue to Van Voorhies street; Van Voorhies street to St. Nicholas avenue; St. Nicholas avenue to Myrtle avenue, Ridgewood.

Also from the foot of Atlantic avenue at South ferry, along Atlantic avenue to Furman street; Furman street to State street; State street to Hicks street.

Also from the intersection of Grand avenue and Prospect place to Brooklyn avenue; Brooklyn avenue to DeGraw street; DeGraw street to Buffalo avenue; Buffalo avenue to St. Marks avenue; St. Marks avenue to Ralph avenue: Ralph avenue to Pacific street; Pacific street to Sackmann street; Sackmann street to Liberty avenue; Liberty avenue to Railroad avenue; Railroad avenue to Cypress Hills cemetery.

From the intersection of Washington avenue and Douglass street, along Douglass street to East New York avenue; East New York avenue to Liberty avenue; Liberty avenue to Sackmann street.

Also from Broadway ferry at Kent avenue and Broadway, along Kent avenue to South Eighth street; South Eighth street to Roebling street; Roebling street to South Ninth street; South Ninth street to Marcy avenue; Marcy avenue to the intersection of Middleton street and Marcy avenue.

Also from the intersection of Washington avenue and Butler street (Sterling place), along Butler street to Bond street; Bond street to Union street.

Also from Hamilton ferry, along Hamilton avenue to Union street; along Union street to Bond street.

Also from the intersection of Dean street and Fourth avenue along Fourth avenue to city line.

Also in the town of Flatbush from the intersection of Rogers avenue and Clarkson avenue, along Rogers avenue to East Broadway; Easť Broadway to Church lane; Church lane to 36th street; 36th street to Fort Hamilton avenue; Fort Hamilton avenue to the boundary line between the town of Flatbush and the town of New Utrecht.

Also upon Washington avenue from the boundary line between the town of Flatbush and the city of Brooklyn, to Lefferts avenue; Lefferts avenue to Rogers avenue; Rogers avenue to Clarkson avenue; Clarkson avenue to Remsen street.

Also from the intersection of Lefferts avenue and Rogers avenue, along Lefferts avenue to Remsen street; Remsen street to the boundary line between the town of Flatbush and the town of Flatlands.

Also from the intersection of Vernon avenue and Brooklyn avenue, along Brooklyn avenue to the boundary line between the town of Flatbush and the town of Flatlands.

Also from the intersection of Rogers avenue and East Broadway, along Rogers avenue to Vernon avenue; Vernon avenue to Holy Cross cemetery.

Also on Malbone street from Washington avenue to Prospect park.

Also in the town of New Utrecht from the boundary line between the town of New Utrecht and the town of Flatbush, along Fort Hamilton avenue to Fort Hamilton to the water front.

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