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Image from page 950 of “Reports of the Department of the Interior for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1917” (1918)
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Title: Reports of the Department of the Interior for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1917
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: United States Department of the Interior
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Contributing Library: Clemson University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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Feb. Mar. Oct. Mar. 1,1895 1,1913 1,1912 1,1910 1,1904 17,1912 13,1912 16,1914 16,1914 1,1916 1,1914 15,1916 24,1893 30,1912 21,1914 Sept. 1,1913 Expiration. Feb. 28,1919 Mar. 3,1932 Dec. 31,1931 May 12,1932 Dec. 31,1934 Do. Dec. 31,1909 Dec. 31,1931 Dec. 31,1916 Oct. 31,1924 Dec. Dec. Dec. June Dec. Sept. May ©ec. Apr. June Jan. Feb. Mar. Oct. Mar. 31,190931,1932 31.193130,192031,191316,1922 12.193215,192415,192430,191831,192414,193623,191330,1917 3,1932 Sept. 1,1923 1 Water used in private bathrooms in portion of tubs leased. 2 Closed Dec. 31,1915. 3 Tenants holding over. * Destroyed by fire Sept. 5,1913. 5 Destroyed by fire Jan. 23,1910. 6 Water sufficient to supply 2 tubs. While there have been no new bathhouses built during the present year, I feelthat I am safe in saying that the houses now in operation have materiallyincreased their efficiency. The bathing public is appreciative of the goodservice and courteous treatment, all of which redounds to the credit of thereservation.

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The numbers in tins list nf. r to the smallernumbers (m the map; the larger numberson the map are the numbers of Ibr squares. Hur-kvtjiiT baths.Ozark bathhouse.Magnesia bathhouse.Horse Shoe bathhouse.Iabi.r bathhouse.Maurice bathhouse,riale bathhouse. Itorls Isiiind Station.Iron Mountain Station.Ozark Sanitarium. Moodj Hotel and baths.City Mall and Auditorium== Electric street car liMain entrance to reservatloiPark Botel and baths.Eastman Motel and baths.Arkansas National Bank. 37. First Methodist Chnrch. 38. Episcopal Church. 39. Catholic Church. 40. First Presbyterian Church. 41. Whittington Lake Park. 42. High-school building. 43. County courthouse. 44. Superintendents official residence.North. West, and Hot Springs Mountain? and Whittington Lake Park form the per-manent Hot Springs Reservation, ownedand operated by the Government. REPORT DIRECTOR NATIONAL PARK SERVICE. 895 Iii addition to the magnificent bathhouses which have already been con-structed along Bathhouse Row the bathi

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Image from page 444 of “Annual report of the directors of the Boston Elevated Railway Co.: 1898-1940” (1898)
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Title: Annual report of the directors of the Boston Elevated Railway Co.: 1898-1940
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Boston Elevated Railway Company
Subjects: Boston Elevated Railway Company Railroad, Elevated–Massachusetts–Boston Local transit–Massachusetts–Boston Metropolitan Area urban transit raiilroads
Publisher: Geo. H. Ellis
Contributing Library: State Transportation Library of Massachusetts
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

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1.96 Less amount charged Bay State St. Ry. Co. . . . . . . 22,839.00 188,912.96 Reconstruction reserve . . . 130,000.00 Winter expense reserve …….. 50,000.00 Dividends paid on capital stock 1,193,970.00 Balance carried to surplus account . . . . . 63,198.55 Total ,785,978.25 15 B. ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. Credit. Revenue from OperationFrom passenger revenue . From parlor, chair, and special car revenueFrom mail revenueFrom express rental .From sprinkler car revenue From miscellaneous transportationrevenue …. From station and car privileges From rent of tracks and terminals From rent of equipment . From rent of buildings and otherproperty From power From miscellaneous revenue Miscellaneous IncomeInterest on deposits .Interest from securities ownedInterest charged to constructionMiscellaneous interest ,629,616.81 117,112,924.95 23,851.68 38,720.98 60,208.00 41-39 1,423.90 214,081.69 49,111.03 1,200.00 82,631.59 43,777-871,643.73 35,278.05 63,968.89 47,832.98 9,281.52 156,361.44

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Total c. TRAFFIC STATISTICS. Round Trips. Run by Rapid Transit Passenger carsRun by Surface Passenger cars .Run by U.S. Mail cars . . . .Run by Express cars . Total Revenue Miles. Run by Rapid Transit Passenger carsRun by Surface Passenger carsRun by U.S. Mail cars .Run by Express carsRun by Sprinkler car Total . Revenue Car Hours. By Rapid Transit Passenger cars By Surface Passenger cars . . . … By U.S. Mail cars By Express cars By Sprinkler car – Total Passengers Carried.Revenue Passengers on Rapid Transit and Surface cars . Revenue. i From Revenue Passengers on Rapid Transit and Surface cars From Parlor, Chair, and Special cars From U.S. Mail cars From Express cars From operation of Sprinkler car Total Revenue prom Car Operation . 1,176,127 5,560,143 22,220 7,163 6,765,653 11,647,877 45,973,201 245,847 123,097 414 57,990,436 794,55o 4,573,272 26,319 n,95o 41 5,406,132 343,181,049 117,112,924.9523,851.6838,720.9860,208.00 41-39 £i7,235,747-oo f c i7 D. © MILEAGE OF TRACK. Total

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