Annual Report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners, Volum 22

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Side 94 - Total passenger revenue Average amount received from each passenger Average receipts per passenger per mile Total passenger earnings Passenger earnings per mile of road...
Side 208 - Total freight revenue Average amount received for each ton of freight Average receipts per ton per mile Total freight earnings Freight earnings per mile of road Freight earnings per train mile..
Side 195 - Train mileage : Miles run by passenger trains . . Miles run by freight trains Miles run by mixed trains Total mileage trains earning revenue .. Miles run by construction and other trains...
Side 208 - FREIGHT TRAFFIC— Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue . Number of tons carried one mile...
Side 94 - Average amount received for each ton of freight Average receipts per ton per mile Estimated cost of carrying one ton one mile Total freight earnings Freight earnings per mile of road...
Side 143 - Total road belonging to this company . Sidings and other tracks not before enumerated . Same in New Hampshire Total length of track...
Side 159 - Train mileage: Miles run by passenger trains Miles run by freight trains Total mileage trains earning revenue Miles run by switching trains, Miles run by construction and other trains...
Side 27 - States ; therefore Resolved, That the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in general court assembled, do most respectfully and earnestly urge upon Congress the consideration...
Side 159 - When cars are pushed by an engine (except when shifting and making up trains in yards) a flagman must take a conspicuous position on the front of the leading car and signal the engineman in case of need.
Side 33 - It may still be possible for this Congress to inaugurate by suitable legislation a movement looking to uniformity and increased safety in the use of couplers and brakes upon freight trains engaged in interstate commerce. The chief difficulty in the way is to secure agreement as to the best appliances, simplicity, effectiveness, and cost being considered. This difficulty will only yield to legislation, which should be based upon full inquiry and impartial tests. The purpose should be to secure the...

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