Biennial Report of the Railroad Commissioner of the State of Wisconsin, Volum 9,Deler 1898-1900

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Side 174 - Sleeping, parlor and dining cars are owned and operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co. Sleeping car rates, $1.50 to $2.50 according to distance. Parlor car rates, 25c to $1.00 according to distance. Dining car rates, $1.00 per meal and a la carte. 4. The cars of all transportation companies are allowed to run over the lines of this company, paying regular rates and receiving mileage.
Side 5 - Loans and bills payable . Audited vouchers and accounts Wages and salaries .... Net traffic balances due to other companies ..... Dividends not called for Matured interest coupons unpaid (including coupons due July 1...
Side 12 - Freight traffic : Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue, . Number of tons carried one mile, Average distance haul of one ton...
Side 174 - Company occupies the lines of this company, doing a general express business; rates are various and are governed by the business done and the facilities furnished.
Side 367 - Average amount received for each ton of freight Average receipts per ton per mile Estimated cost of carrying one ton one mile...
Side 368 - Passenger and freight: Passenger and freight revenue Passenger and freight revenue per mile of road...
Side 311 - Equipment— • Locomotives Passenger cars Sleeping, parlor and dining cars Baggage, express, and postal cars Combination cars Freight cars Other cars of all classes Floating equipment Total equipment Grand lota!
Side 206 - Total number of stockholders at date of last election? 6. Date of last meeting of ¡stockholders for election of directors?
Side 60 - Equipment : Locomotives, passenger cars, sleeping, parlor and dining cars, baggage, express and postal cars, combination cars, freight cars, other cars of all classes...
Side 434 - ... important territory have recently made substantial, and in many cases very large, increases in their scale of charges. These advances in rates have been mainly effected by concerted and agreed changes in the classification of freight articles by roads, both connecting and competing, which use the same classification and make the same a part of the tariffs filed by them under the law. Numerous articles have been taken from the class in which they were formerly placed and put in a higher class,...

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