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DoINGS OF THE YEAR IN TRANSPORTATION AND TOTAL MILES RUN. Number of miles run by passenger trains...

86,818 Number of miles run by freight trains..

34,650 Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars.

175,095 Number of tons, of 2,000 pounds, of freight carried in cars...

25,888 Number of miles traveled by passengers, or number of passengers carried one mile (“ total movement of passengers ”)...

1,062, 131 Number of miles one ton of freight was carried, or number of tons carried one mile (“ total movement of freight”).

,709 Average rate of speed (miles per hour) adopted by ordinary passenger trains, including stops

15 Rate of speed of same when in motion... Average rate of speed adopted by freight trains, including stops

10 Rate of speed of same when in motion .

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458,7

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DESCRIPTION OF FREIGHT MOVED.

Products of the forest..
Products of animals...
Vegetable food. .
Other agricultural products.
Manufactures.
Merchandise
Other articles....

Tons. 9,004

247

918 1,116 8,010 2,184 4,409

Total number of tons..

25,888

AMOUNTS MOVED OF CERTAIN SPECIFIED ARTICLES INCLUDED IN FOREGOING DESCRIPTION

Tons. Flour.....

439 Grain

321 Live stock.

45 Fresh or pickled meats and provisions .

110 Petrolcum and other oils..

231 Lumber.

8,396 Iron and other ores...

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DIRECTION AND DESTINATION OF FREIGHT MOVED.
Total tons through...
Total tons way..

7, 226 18,662

DESTINATION OF PASSENGERS CARRIED. Number of through and way passengers....

175,095

AVERAGE RATE CHARGED PER TON PER MILE ON FREIGHT. General average of through and way...

6.942 cents.

AVERAGE RATE CHARGED FOR PASSENGERS PER MILE. General average for through and way...

5.20 cents.

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$525 40 1,562 69

Office expenses, stationery and other ex

peoses about (general) office...
Agents and clerks..
Labor in loading and unloading freight
Porters, watch men, fagmen and switchmen.
Fuel and water station attendance.....
Conductors, baggagemen and brakemen
Enginemen and firemen...
Fuel, cost and labor in preparing for use.
Oil and other lubricants and waste..
Loss and damage of goods and baggage.
Damages for injuries of persons.
General superintendence, or salaries of

general officers.
Hire of cars
All other items..

Total expenses of operating the road..

1,720 00

85 63 2,435 04 4,149 17 3,181 81 335 37

8 55 95 70

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AMOUNTS PAID FOR CERTAIN SPECIFIC PURPOSES INCLUDED IN FOREGOING. Stationery and printing.

$94 32 Advertising....

159 63 Legal expenses and counsel fees.

382 10 Insurance...

739 05 Rents....

127 48 Wrecks clearing

99 47 Clerks ..

389 18 Fuel and light

24 84 Incidentals.

583 60 Office expenses.

15 56 Salaries of president, etc.

1,696 68

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RESULTS OF THE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR.

Earnings.
From passengers
From freight..
From mails.
From express
From miscellaneous...

$55,234 10 31,841 81 1,379 27 2,616 91 5,422 94

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“INCOME,” OR “PROFIT AND Loss” ACCOUNT. Deficiency from previous year.. Deficiency for this year, as shown by charges against earnings....

$4,195 23 7,602 52

Total...

$11,797 75

NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE CORPORATION.
Names of Directors.

Residence.
GEORGE R. BLANCHARD.

New York city. ROYAL C. VILAS..

New York city. CHARLES G. BARBER...

New York city. EDWARD S. BOWEN..

New York city. CHARLES G. ATTERBURY

New York city. BIRD W. SPENCER...

Passaic, N. J. RICHARD G. TAYLOR.

Buffalo, N. Y. DANIEL 0. DAY..

Buffalo, N. Y. JOHN J. CARTER..

Titusville, Pa. Joun E. RANSOM

Buffalo, N. Y.

THE NAMES AND OFFICIAL ADDRESSES OF THE EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Title.
Officers.

Official Address.
President...
RICHARD G. TAYLOR....

Buffalo, N. Y.
Vice-President GEORGE R. BLANCHARD.

New York city.
Treasurer...
BIRD W. SPENCER...

New York city.
Secretary
JOHN E. RANSOM

New York city. Comptroller.. STEPHEN LITTLE..

New York city,

BRIGHTON NO. 2.

(Date of charter, March 5, 1877.)

NOT IN OPERATION.

The Brighton Railway Company was organized under the General Railrond Law of the State, on March 5, 1880, for the purpose of constructing a railroad about one mile in length along the shore of Coney Island, from the Prospect Park and Coney Island railroad depot to Brighton Beach.

No portion of the road has been built.

STOCK AND DEBT.

Capital stock as authorized by charter
Capital stock subscribed
Capital stock paid in....

As by last report and by this report.

$10,000 00

10,000 00 10,000 00

Number of shares of ordinary stock....
Total shares of stock, of par value of $100 per share.
Number of stockholders...

100 100

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CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.
Main line of road from Prospect Park and Coney Island railroad

depot, at Coney Island, to Brighton Beach

1 mile.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE CORPORATION.
Names of Directors.

Residence.
STEPHEN H. HERRIMAN.

Brooklyn, N. Y. WM. MARSHALL

Brooklyn, N. Y. AUGUSTUS STORRS

Brooklyn, N. Y. GEORGE I. MURPHY.

Brooklyn, N. Y.

THE NAMES AND OFFICIAL ADDRESSES OF THE EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Title.
Officers.

Official. Address.
President.....
*CHARLES STORRS

Brooklyn, N. Y.
Secretary
GEORGE I. MURPHY.

Brooklyn, N. Y.
Treasurer

STEPHEN H. HERRIMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Communications intended for this company should be addressed, George I. Murphy, Secretary, 42 Court street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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