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Image from web page 497 of “yearly report associated with public-service Commission, together with … yearly report for the Board of Railroad Commissioners” (1914)
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Identifier: annualreportofpu19162mass
Title: Annual report associated with public-service Commission, while the … yearly report of Board of Railroad Commissioners
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Writers: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Yearly report
Subjects: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Public resources
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
Adding Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Associate Libraries

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4per cent,Note because of Mar. 3, 1917 at iH%,Note because of on demand at 5percent,Note due on demand at 5per cent,Note because of on demand at 5per cent,Note due on demand at 5%,Note due Sept. 9, 1916 at 4i^per cent, 0,000 00100,000 00100,000 00100,000 00125,000 00125,000 00125,000 00100,000 00100,000 0025,000 0025,000 00200,000 00 complete ,225,000 00 Miscellaneous Accounts Payable. Small records, 4 in number, each lessthan ,000. 8 65 Matured Funded Debt unpaid. Norfolk Central St. Ry. Co. 1st mort-gage bonds. Bonds called and not presented forredemption. ,500 00 Other Existing Liabilities. Boston Elevated Railway Co., Minor accounts, 3 in quantity, each lessthan 81,000. Complete,

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,500 01936 26 ,436 27 1917.] BAY STATE. 495 Sundry Unadjusted Credits.Operatirtg Reserves. Name of Scbaccount. Character of Subaccount. CreditBalanceat Closeof 12 months. Accident investment, …. Reserve for accidents, due to charges tooperating costs. 5,278 74 Other Unadjusted Credits. Outstanding tickets. Tickets offered and never yet gathered. ,722 91 City of Woburn, suspense, Balance due account minimal compensationfor very first jears procedure under a contract fortransportation of broken rock. 2,526 57 residential property pension anticipation, . Quantities recognized as salvage on property under-going retirement. 1,860 25 reports payable suspense. Things, 54 in quantity, paid to other com-panies which is why bills haven’t been re-ceived. Accrued dividend currently of purchase. May 31,1916, 1,230 81 Accrued dividend on preferred 11,035 50 stock suspense. on 8735,700 first pref. stock in anticipation apply-ing on dividend announced payable Aug. 1,1916. Complete, ,376 04 Depreciation, path, gear and Misce

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Image from page 902 of “yearly report regarding the public-service Commission, in addition to … annual report of this Board of Railroad Commissioners” (1914)
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Identifier: annualreportofpu19162mass
Title: Yearly report associated with public-service Commission, therefore the … yearly report associated with Board of Railroad Commissioners
12 Months: 1914 (1910s)
Writers: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Topics: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Public utilities
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Associate Libraries

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, each duewithin one year from its respectivedate, nothing that are in excess o£.000, S5,400 0020,000 005,000 005,000 003,000 OU 43,285 00 TOT.VL ,685 00 Various Other Existing Debts. H. P. Converse & Co., . Bill of July 1,1916, for labor and materialon brand-new railroad building. ,961 00 Sundry Unadjusted Credits.Other Unadjusted Credits. Title of Subaccouxt. Character of Subaccount. Credit Balance at Close of the year. Hodgdon, Cashman & Co., .Southeastern Mass. P. & Elee. Co., Cash advances more than securities given.Unadjusted charge designed for power and leased apparatus. 6 821,169 32 TOT.iL ,836 14 Depreciation, path, Equipment and Miscellaneous bodily Property. Balances at start of the year: accrued decline, roadway am*equipment, ……….. Passenger and combo automobiles, depreciation, …. Electrical gear of vehicles, depreciation, ….. Sight-seeing auto, ………. Balances at close of year: accrued decline, roadway and equipment, TOT.A.L CreditItems.

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3 66 Profit .and Loss St.tement. Item. Debits. Credits. Various credits, p. 902 Debit balance at beginning of fiscal period, p. 896,Debit stability moved from income account, p. 900, Dividend appropriations of excess, p. 900, Miscellaneous debits, p. 902, Balance transported toward stabilize sheet, p. 896, . ,773 75 2,286 23 855 00 335 00 6 647,893 34 Complete ,249 98 ,249 98 900 STREET RAILWAY RETURNS. [Jan. Dividends declared through the 12 months. Title of protection on whichDividend had been announced. Speed Per Cent(Regular). Par Valueof Amounton whichDividend wasdeclared. Amount ofDividend. Datepayable. Favored stock, m 557,000 5 September 1 money Statement when it comes to Year. Item. Amount applicable on Year. Comparison withPreceding Year(Boost). Operating Income. Railway running revenues, p. 900, Railway operating costs, p. 901, . . . . . ,878 558,462 46 ,024 85*1,578 78* web running income, Taxes assignable to railway businesses: On real and personal prop

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