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The Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company was incorporated April 4, 1874.

CAPITAL STOCK.

1. Capital stock authorized by charter..

2. Capital stock authorized by votes of company.

3. Capital stock issued (number of shares, 2,422]; amount paid in.

4. Capital stock paid in on shares not issued [number of shares, 18].

5. Total amount paid in, as per books of the company.

8. Par value of shares issued...

9. Total number of stockholders

10. Number of stockholders in California

11. Amount of stock held in California

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$400,000 00

400,000 00

242,200 00

650 00

242,850 00

100 00

113

113

242,200 00

DEBT.

$260,000 00

$20,800

$260,000 00

2,843 09

$262,843 09

All other debts, current credit balances, etc..

16. Total gross debt liabilities

17. Amount of cash, materials, and supplies on hand; sinking funds in hands of Trustees, and such securities and debt balances as represent cash assets:

Materials and supplies on hand

9,213 53

18. Total net debt liabilities

$253,629 56

COST OF ROAD, EQUIPMENT, AND PROPERTY-ROAD AND BRANCHES.

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PROPERTY PURCHASED AND ON HAND NOT INCLUDED IN THE FOREGOING ACCOUNT.

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1. Derived from local passengers on roads operated by this company..

5. Derived from express and extra baggage..

2. Derived from passengers from and to other roads, over roads operated by this company..

$31,698 17

6. Derived from mails..

7. Total earnings from passenger department..

8. Derived from local freights on roads operated by this company. 11. Derived from other sources belonging to freight department.....

12. Total earnings from freight department.

14. Total transportation earnings

15. Earnings per mile of road operated..

16. Earnings per train mile (total passenger and freight).

19. Total income derived from all sources...

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EXPENSES FOR OPERATING THE ROAD FOR THE YEAR.

1. Taxes, State and local..

Class I-General traffic expenses.

General salaries.

2. General salaries, office expenses, and miscellaneous, not embraced in Classes III and IV:

$2,780 65

Advertising

5,840 00

Injuries to stock..

Injuries to persons.

606 10

99.00

Office furniture...

25 00

Stationery and printing

116 50

Incidentals.

514 40

5. Total....

3. Insurance premiums and losses by fire, and damages for fires set by engines...

6. Proportion belonging to passenger department....

7. Proportion belonging to freight department....

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Class II.-Maintenance of way and buildings, and movement expenses.

1. Repairs of road (exclusive of bridges, new rails, and new ties).. 4. New ties. (Number 6,980); cost..

5. Repairs of bridges...

6. Repairs of buildings and fixtures (stations and turntables). 7. Repairs of and additions to machine shops and machinery. 8. Repairs of fences, road crossings, and signs.

9. Repairs of tunnels...

10. Repairs of locomotives..

14. Fuel for engines and cars:

Number of cords of wood, 1,670; cost.

15. Water and water stations...

16. Fuel for stations and shops.

17. Oil and waste....

19. Total......

20. Proportion of same to passenger department.. 21. Proportion of same to freight department.....

Class III.-Passenger traffic expenses. 1. Repairs of passenger, mail, and baggage cars.. 4. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of passenger trains.. 5. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of passenger stations.. 8. Total..

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Class IV-Freight traffic expenses.

3. Damages and gratuities, freight...

1. Repairs of freight cars..

4. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of freight trains..
5. Salaries, wages, and incidentals of freight stations..

$2,698 36

176 18

6,385 00

4,881 84

8. Total

$14,141 38

9. Total expenses of operating the road embraced in Classes I, II, III, and

IV

$65,190 93

10. Per train mile (total passenger and freight)..

$1.21

11. Percentage of expenses to total transportation earnings

69

13. Total expenses.

$65,190 93

NET INCOME, DIVIDENDS, ETC.

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EARNINGS, EXPENSES, NET EARNINGS, ETC., OF PASSENGER DEpartment.

1. Total earnings from Passenger Department, as per "Revenue for the Year," No. 7...

$36,628 32

2. Per passenger train mile.

1 84

3. Expenses, proportion of "General Traffic Expenses," as per Class I, No. 6 4. Expenses, proportion of "Maintenance of Way and Buildings, and Movement Expenses," as per Class II, No. 20.

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RECEIPTS, EXPENSES, NET EARNINGS, ETC., OF FREIGHT DEPARTMENT. 1. Total earnings from Freight Department, as per "Revenue for the Year," No .12..

2. Per freight train mile...

3. Expenses, proportion of "General Traffic Expenses," as per Class I, No. 7 4. Expenses, proportion of "Maintenance of Way and Buildings, and Movement Expenses," as per Class II, No. 21.

$57,783 17 1 71 6,770 63

17,929 17

5. Expenses, "Freight Traffic," as per Class IV, No. 8.

14.141 38

6. Total expenses....

38,841 18

7. Per freight train mile.

1 15

8. Net earnings..

9. Per freight train mile..

18,941 99 56

GENERAL BALANCE SHEET AT CLOSING OF ACCOUNTS, DECEMBER 31, 1887.

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PROFIT AND Loss ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1887.

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1. Date when the road or portions thereof were opened for public use: From Colfax to Grass Valley.

From Colfax to Nevada City.

2. Length of main line of road from Colfax to Nevada City.

10. Total length of road belonging to this company

11. Aggregate length of siding and other tracks not enumerated above.
13. Aggregate length of track belonging to this company computed as a
single track..

15. Total lengths of steel rail in tracks belonging to this company, not in-
cluding steel top rail; (weight per yard. 35 pounds)

16. Number of spans of bridges of twenty-five feet and upwards, in California

18. Number of wooden bridges (aggregate length, 320 feet), in California 19. Number of crossings of highways at grade, in California

20. Number of crossings of highways over railroad, in California

21. Number of crossings of highways under railroad, in California

26. Number of highway crossings at which there are neither electric signals, gates, nor flagmen, in California

29. Number of railroad crossings under other railroads (specifying each) (Central Pacific Railroad at Long Ravine)....

-April 17, 1876. May 24, 1876. 22.64 miles. 22.64 miles.

3.75 miles.

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ROADS BELONGING TO OTHER COMPANIES OPERATED BY THIS COMPANY UNDER LEASE OR CONTRACT.

34. Total miles of road operated by this company

36. Number of stations on all roads operated by this company 39. Miles of telegraph on line of road operated by this company. 41. Number of telegraph offices in company stations

22.64

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22.64

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14. Total number of freight cars, including coal, etc., on a basis of eight wheels 15. Number of locomotives equipped with train brakes....

Kind of brake (Westinghouse air).

16. Number of cars equipped with train brakes...

Kind of brake (Westinghouse air).

17 Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and buffer.....

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.

1. Miles run by passenger trains --

2. Rate of speed of express passenger trains, including stops.

3. Rate of speed of accommodation trains, including stops.

4. Miles run by freight trains.....

5. Rate of speed of express freight trains, including stops, per hour..

6. Rate of speed of accommodation freight trains, including stops, per hour 7. Miles run by other trains, and for what purpose:

Mixed passenger and freight.

Service trains

8. Total train miles run..

9. Total number of passengers carried.

10. Total passenger mileage, or passengers carried one mile..

11. Passenger mileage to and from other roads:

Average number of miles traveled by each local passenger..

Average number of miles traveled by each through passenger...

Average number of miles traveled by each passenger, through and
local

12. Number of tons freight carried (not including gravel).

13. Total freight mileage, or tons carried one mile..

15. Highest rate of fare per mile for any distance (excluding one mile)

16. Lowest rate of fare per mile for any distance (single fare).

17. Average rate of fare per mile (not including season tickets) received from local passengers on roads operated by this company.

18. Average rate of fare per mile received from passengers to and from other roads.....

20. Average rate of fare per mile for all passengers.

21. Highest rate of freight per ton per mile, for any distance under seven

miles....

22. Lowest rate of freight per ton per mile for any distance

23. Average rate local freight per ton per mile on roads operated by this

company.

26. Average number of cars in passenger trains (including baggage cars).__ 27. Average number of cars in freight trains-basis of eight-wheel..

28. Average weight of passenger trains, including locomotives and tenders, in working order (exclusive of passengers).

$23,400 00

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3,919 12 miles. 12 miles. 17,730

10 miles. 10 miles.

31,936

1,255

54,840

38,732

268,724

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91 26,532 387,578 10 cents. 5 cents.

5.81 cents.

10 cents. 8.14 cents.

25 cents. 3 cents.

16.89 cents.

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5

50 tons.

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