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Oficers-E. B. Thomas, president; J. A. Middleton, T. N. Jarvis and L. D. Smith, vice presidents; directors, George F. Baer, George F. Baker, Alfred C. Harrison, Edward S. Moore, William H. Moore, Abram Nesbitt, Daniel G. Reid, Edward B Smith, Charles Steele, Edward T. Stotesbury, P. A. B. Widener and Simon P. Wolverton.
Mileage-Arkansas & Louisiana Ry. Co., 25.54; Arkansas Central R. R. Co., 46.13; Arkansas Midland R. R. Co., 47.45; Arkansas Southwestern Ry. Co., 33.01; Brinkley, Helena & Indian Bay R. R. Co., 22.97; Central Branch Ry. Co., 388.19; Coal Belt Ry. Co., 14.42; El Dorado & Bastrop Ry. Co., 43.94; Farmerville & Southern R. R. Co., 28.30; Gurdon & Fort Smith R. R. Co., 39.39; Little Rock & Hot Springs Western R. R. Co., 30.90; Little Rock & Monroe Ry. Co., 44.70; Mississippi River, Hamburg & Western Ry. Co., 50.93; Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. and branches, 3,491.73; Natchez & Southern Ry. Co., 2.29; New Orleans & Northwestern R. R. Co., 115.48; Pine Bluff & Western R. R. Co., 46.00; St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. Co., 2,608.59; St. Louis, Watkins & Gulf Ry. Co., 98.37; total, 7,178.33.
Officers President, George J. Gould: vice presidents, Charles S. Clarke, Martin L. Clardy, J. M. Johnson, O. B. Huntsman, Kingdon Gould and Frank J. Gould; directors, George J. Gould, Edwin Gould, Howard Gould, Kingdon Gould, E. T. Jeffrey, F. T. Gates, Cornelius Vanderbilt, R. M. Sallaway, J. J. Slocum, C. S. Clark, O. L. Garrison, W. K. Bixby and S. F. Pryor.
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
Mileage-Chicago, Indiana & Southern R. R. Co., 340.91; Chicago, Kalamazoo & Saginaw Ry. Co., 55.30; Cincinnati Northern R. R. Co., 247.76; Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co., 1.982.21; Detroit & Charlevoix R. R. Co., 43.50; Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pittsburg R. R. Co., 90.51; Fulton Chain Ry. Co., 2.21; Indiana Harbor Belt R. R. Co., 104.87; Kankakee & Seneca R. R. Co., 42.52; Lake Erie & Western R. R. Co., 886.13; Lake Erie, Alliance & Wheeling R. R. Co., 87.68; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co., 1,511.10; Little Falls & Dodgeville R. R. Co., 13.97; Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge Co., 2.60; Michigan Central R. R. Co., 1,746.46; Mount Gilead Short Lire Ry. Co., 2.00; New York & Ottawa Ry. Co., 69.60; New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co., 3,587.08; New York, Chicago & St. Louis R. R. Co., 556.68; Peoria & Eastern Ry. Co.. 351.61: Pittsburg & Lake Erie R. R. Co., 191.25; Raquette Lake Ry. Co., 24.27; Rutland R. R. Co., 468.11; St. Lawrence & Adirondack Ry. Co., 65.29; Toledo & Ohio Central Ry. Co., - Zanesville & Western Ry. Co., total, 12.473.62. (For calendar year 1909.)
Officers President, W. C. Brown; vice-presidents, E. V. Rossiter, John Carstensen, Alfred H. Smith, Ira A. Place and Charles F. Daly; directors, Chauncey M. Depew (chairman), William K. Vanderbilt, Frederick W. Vanderbilt, William C. Brown, J. Pierpont Morgan, William K. Vanderbilt, jr., James Stillman, William H. Newman, George F. Baker, George S. Bowdoin, William Rockefeller, Lewis Cass Ledyard and Marvin Hughitt.
Mileage-Big Fork & International Fails Ry. Co., 33.70: Minnesota & International Ry. Co., 177.04; Northern Pacific Ry. Co., 5,692.27; Port Townsend Southern R. R. Co., 41.20; total, 5,944 21.
Officers President, Howard Elliott; vice-presidents, James N. Hill and Jule Hannaford; directors, Howard Elliott, Lewis Cass Ledyard, George W. PerCharles Steele, George F. Baker, Arthur Curtis James, William S. Tod, Grant B. Schley, William Sloane, William P. Clough, Alexander Smith Cochran, Amos Tuck French, James N. Hill, Payne Whitney and J. Pierpont Morgan, jr.
Mileage-Baltimore & Sparrows Point R. R. Co., 4.77: Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic Ry. Co., 87.66; Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley R. R. Co., 148.46; Cincinnati. Lebanon & Northern Ry. Co., 45.44; Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Ry. Co. 210.07: Cornwall & Lebanon R. R. Co., 26.44; Cumberland Valley R. R. Co., 162.19; Grand Rapids & Indiana R. Co., 591.27; Long Island R. R. Co., 391.59; Louisville Bridge Co., 2.84; Maryland. Delaware & Virginia Ry. Co., 83.52; New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk R. R. Co., 112.00; Northern Central Ry. Co., 466.37; Pennsylvania, 1,415.82; Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 4,017.20; Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washingtotn R. R. Co., 716.09; Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co., 1,471.72; Rosslyn Connecting R. R. Co., 3.16; Union R. R. Co., of Bal
timore, 9.50; Vandalia R. R. Co., 829.35; Waynesburg & Washington R. R. Co., 28.16; West Jersey & Seashore R. R. Co., 355.95; Wheeling Terminal Ry. Co., 9.65; total, 11,189.52.
(For calendar year 1909.)
Officers President, James McCrea; vice presidents, Charles E. Pugh, Samuel Rea, John B. Thayer, Henry Tatnall, W. W. Atterbury, directors, William H. Barnes, George Wood, Stuart Patterson, Clement A. Griscom, Henry C. Frick, Charles E. Ingersoll, Percival Roberts, jr., N. Parker Shortridge, Rudolph Ellis, Effingham B. Morris, Thomas De Witt Cuyler, James McCrea and Lincoln Godfrey.
Mileage Atlantic City R. R. Co., 166.54; Catasauqua & Fogelsville R. R. Co., 80.89; Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey, 668.11; Chester & Delaware River R. R. Co., 5.35; Gettysburg & Harrisburg Ry Co., 31.06; Middletown & Hummelstown R. R. Co., 6.30; Northeast Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 25.49; Perkiomen R. R. Co., 38.06; Philadelphia & Chester Valley R. R. Co., 23.88; Philadelphia & Reading Ry. Co., 1,024.03; Philadelphia, Newtown & New York R. R. Co., 21.09; Pickering Valley R. R. Co., 11.15; Port Reading R. R. Co., 21.04; Reading & Columbia R. R. Co., 59.13; Rupert & Blooinsburg R. R. Co., 1.53; Stony Creek R. R. Co., 9.97; Tamauqa, Hazleton & Northern R. R. Co., 8.89; Williams Valley R. R. Co., 11.04; total, 2,165,15.
Rate of Dividend-Four per cent on first and second preferred stocks, 5 per cent on common stock.
Officers-George F. Baer, president; W. R. Taylor, vice president.
Mileage-Chicago, Rock Island & El Paso Ry. Co., 111.50; Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf Ry. Co., 517.55; Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co., 7,414.24; Morris Terminal Ry. Co., 3.88, total, 8,047.17.
Rate of Dividend-Five per cent (on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. Co.).
Officers President, H. U. Mudge; directors, William H. Moore, George T. Boggs, George G. McMurtry, D. G. Reid, Edward S. Moore, Roberts Walker, John J. Mitchell, E. D. Kenna, James H. Moore, F. L. Hine, Ogden Mills and W. T. Graham.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO.
Mileage--Beaumont, Sour Lake & Western Ry. Co., 116 84; Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R. Co., 965.68: Evansville & Terre Haute R. R. Co., 310.41; Fort Worth & Rio Grande Ry. C.o, 195.88; New Orleans, Texas & Mexico R. R. Co., Orange & Northwestern R. R. Co., 61 55; Paris & Great Northern R. R. Co., 16.94: St. Louis & San Francisco R. R. Co., 4,726.64; St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas Ry. Co, 135.64; total. 6.529.58.
Operating Revenue $41,165.939.
Rate of Dividend-Four per cent on first preferred.
Officers President. B. L. Winchell; directors. William K. Bixby, James Campbell, Benjamin P. Cheney. C. R. Gray, A. S. Greig, Edwin Hawley, C. W. Hillard, E. V. R. Thayer, Frank Trumbull, Thomas H. West, B. L. Winchell, Hans Winterfeldt and B. F. Yoakum.
Mileage-Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co., 309.41: Asheville & Craggy Mountain Ry. Co., 2.26: Augusta Southern R. R. Co, 82.93: Blue Ridge Rv. Co., 44.00: Cumberland R. R. Co., 8.20; Danville & Western Rv. Co.. 83.00; Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. Co., 395 00: Hartwell Ry. Co., 10.10; Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co., 1,114.26; Northern Alabama Ry. Co.. 112.50; Southern Ry. Co., 7.050.17: Southern Ry. Co. in Mississippi, 280.61: Tallulah Falls Ry. Co., 58.00; Virginia & Southwestern Rv. Co.. 183 53: total, 9,733.97.
Operating Expenses $38,335,745.
Rate of Dividend None.
Officers President. William W. Finley; directors, Adrian Iselin, fr., Charles Lanier. Edmund D Randolph. George F. Baker, Jr. Harris C Fahnestock, Elbert H. Gary, Charles Steele, Alexander B. Andrews, Robert M. Gallaway and Samuel M. Inman.
Mileage Arizona Eastern R. R. Co.. 299.28: Coos Bay, Roseburg & Eastern R. R. & Navigation Co., 31.46; Corvallis & Eastern R. R. Co., 140.58; -Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Ry. Co., 1,338.60: Hearne & Brazos Valley R. R. Co., 19.74: Houston & Shreveport R. R. Co., 39.78; Houston & Texas Central R. R. Co.. 789.01: Houston. East & West Texas Ry. Co.. 190.94; Iberia & Vermilion R. R. Co., 21.00; Lake Charles & Northern R. R. Co., 65.10; Louisiana Western
R. R. Co., 198.28; Morgan's Louisiana & Texas R. R. & Steamship Co., 350.95; Nevada & California Ry. Co., 422.16; Southern Pacific., 5,621.29; Texas & New Orleans R. R. Co., 457.71; total, 9,985.88.
Officers--President, Robert S. Lovett; directors, W. Bayard Cutting, Henry W. de Forest, Robert Goelet, Robert W. Goelet. Marvin Hughitt, H. E. Huntington, Otto H. Kahn, Robert S. Lovett, Clarence H. Mackay, Ogden Mills, Charles A. Peabody, William Rockefeller, Mortimer L. Schiff, W. V. S. Thorne and Frank A. Vanderlip. UNION PACIFIC.
Mileage-Ilwaco R. R. Co., 28.65; Oregon & Washington R. R. Co., 6.10; Oregon R. R. & Navigation Co., 1,326.90; Oregon Short Line R. R. Co., 1,508.69; Oregon, Washington & Idaho R. R. Co., 72.03; Union Pacific R. R. Co., 3,309.75; total, G,252,12.
Rate of Dividend-Ten per cent on common stock and 4 per cent on preferred
Officers President, Robert S. Lovett; directors, Oliver Ames, A. J. Earling, Henry W. de Forest, Henry C. Frick, Robert W. Goelet, Marvin Hughitt, Otto H. Kahn, Robert S. Lovett, Charles A. Peabody, William Rockefeller, William G. Rockefeller, Joseph F. Smith, W. V. S. Thorne, P. A. Valentine and Frank A. Vander!ip.
Mileage-Lorain & West Virginia Ry. Co., 34.98; Pittsburg, Lisbon & Western R. R. Co., 27.31; Wabash R. R. Co., 2,514 60; Wabash Pittsburg Terminal Ry. Co., 63.40; West Side Belt R. R. Co., 22.46; Wheeling & Lake Erie R. R. Co., 442.18: total, 3,104.93.
Officers President, Frederic A. Delano; directors, George J. Gould, Edward T. Jeffery, Edgar T. Welles, Jay Gould, Wells H. Blodgett, S. C. Reynolds, Robert C. Clowry, Thomas H. Hubbard, John T. Terry, J. J. Slocum, Winslow S. Pierce and Robert M. Gallaway.
ADDENDA AND ERRATA.
Charles W. Dayton, Justice of the Supreme Court of New York, 1st Judicial District. died on December 7. 1910, making a vacancy in that district, According to Governor White's announcement of December 20 it is to be filled by the appointment of Justice Edward B. Whitney.
The British elections for members of the House of Commons, which ended on December 19 1910, resulted in a net gain of one seat for the coalition forces. compared with the state of the parties in the preceding Parliament, elected in January, 1910. The government majority consequently rose from 124 to 126. The state of the parties in the new Parliament is as follows: Unionists, 272; Coalitionists, 398. The Coalitionists consist of 271 Liberals, 73 Irish Nationalists, 11 Independent Nationalists and 43 Labor members.
The official canvass of the vote of Connecticut in 1910 for state officers showed the following results: For Governor-Charles A. Goodwin, R., 73,528; Simeon E. Baldwin, D.. 77,243; Robert Hunter. Soc., 12.179: Emil L. G. Hohenthal, Pro., 2026; Fred Fellerman, Soc. Lab., 1.205. Baldwin's plurality, 3.715. Lieutenant Governor-Dennis A. Blakeslee, R., 78.572: Andrew J. Bronghel, jr., D., 73,903. Blakeslee's plurality, 4,669. Secretary of State-Matthew H. Rogers, R.. 79.386; Zalmon B. Goodsell, D.. 73,704. Rogers's plurality, 5 682. Treasurer-Costello Lippitt, R., 79.383; Edward T. Brown. D., 73,511. Lippitt's plurality, 5,872. Controller-Thomas D. Bradstreet, R., 79,743; John M. Brady, D. 73,169. Bradstreet's plurality, 6.574. Attorney General-John H. Light, R., 79,700; Talcott H. Russell, D., 73.303. Light's plurality, 6,397.
John D. Rockefeller made on December 20, 1910, a "single and final gift" of $10 000.000 to the University of Chicago. This sum, which is to be paid in ten annual instalments, beginning January 1, 1911, will make a total of approximately $35,000,000' that Mr. Rockefeller has given to the university. John D. Rockefeller. jr., and Frederick T Gates, Mr. Rockefeller's personal representatives on the board of trustees, resigned,
Page 51-Berlin's population on December 1, 1910, was 2,180,000, against 2.040,148 in 1905, showing an increase of 6.8 per cent.
Page 179-H. B. Hedge has been appointed Pension Agent at Des Moines, Iowa, succeeding W. V. Willcox, and Abram W. Smith has been appointed Pension Agent at Topeka, Kan.. succeeding W. S. Metcalf.
Page 339-The Republican state chairman for Nevada should be Andrew Maute. Carson, and the Democratic state chairman should be Clay Tallman, Rhyolite. Page 427-The Attorney General of Colorado should be Benjamin Griffith, R., and the foot note to Colorado should read "All state officers Democrats except Attorney General, R."
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