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September 27 A. Jones, laborer March 16 T. Graham, laborer ...... June 11 T. Dougherty, laborer

Hepburn
South of Clarinda
South of Clarinda.

Was driving a spike; it flew up; leg bruised. Handling ties; ankle bruised. Stone fell on foot; finger crushed.

February 19 A. Cartner, passenger
April 7 D. Ford, laborer.......
April 27 J. Canon, laborer
May 14 D. Woodward, boy

South of Lenos
Bedford
Bedford
Bedford

Train ditched; body bruised.
Unloading ties; foot bruised.
Stringer fell on him; ankle bruised.
Jumping on train; foot crushed.

CLARINDA BRANCH.

NEBRASKA CITY BRANCH.

August
April
May
June

1 J. M Dent, brakeman.
2 N. Duggan, brakeman.
4 M. J. Duggan, brakeman.
29 J. Larson, laborer

Essex
Essex
Hamburg, Mo
Conberg

Coupling; thumb crushed.
Coupling; finger crushed.
Fell between cars; ankle sprained.
Handling rail; fingers crushed.

GRISWOLD BRANCH.

March

2 W. M. Grifis, citizen

Stennett

Run over; killed.

CARSON BRANCH.

October

21 | H. Crawford, citizen

| Henderson

| Coupling; fingers crushed.

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56 506

63 499

Number of persons killed during the year.
Number of persons injured during the year
Number of casualties purely accidental during the entire year.
Number resulting from lack of caution, carelessness or misconduct.
Number of persons injured while intoxicated
Number of trespassers on track killed.
Number of trespassers on track injured..
Number of tramps or others stealing rides killed or injured.
Suicides in Iowa..

9 10 10 3

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President-Chas. E. Perkins, Burlington, Iowa.
First Vice-PresidentT. J. Potter, Chicago, Illinois.
Secretary-T. 8. Howland, Boston, Massachusetts.
Treasurer and 2d Vice-President--J. C. Peasley, Chicago, Illinois.
General Manager--H. B. Stone, Chicago, Illinois.
General Superintendent--J. D). Besler, Galesburg, Illinois.
Division Superintendents—w. F. Merrill, (Iowa Lines), Burlington, Iowa.

{ C. F. Resseguie, (Illinois Lines), Galesburg, Ill.
Chief Erigineer-G. C. Smith, Chicago, Illinois.
Superintendent of Telegraph-J. F. Morgan, Chicago, Illinois.
Auditor-J. L. Lathrop, Chicago, Illinois.
General Passenger Agent-P. Lowell, Chicago, Illinois.
General Freight Agent-E. P. Ripley, Chicago, Illinois.
General Solicitor-Wirt Dexter, Chicago, Illinois.

DIRECTORS, NAME AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.

John M. Forbes, Boston, Massachusetts.
Sidney Bartlett, Boston, Massachusetts.
Charles J. Paine, Boston, Massachusetts.
John L. Gardner, Boston, Massachusetts.
William Endicott, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts.
Edward Bangs, Boston, Massachusetts.
T. Jefferson Coolidge, Manchester, Massachusetts.
John N. A. Griswold, New York City.
Peter Geddes, New York City.
Wirt Dexter, Chicago, Illinois.
Charles E. Perkins, Burlington, Iowa,

Date of annual meeting of stockholders, third Wednesday in May.
Fiscal year of company ends December 31.

General offices of the company are located at corner Adams and Franklin streets, Chicago, Illinois.

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T. J. Potter, Vice-President of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, being duly sworn, depose and say that he has caused the foregoing statements to be prepared by the proper officers and agents of this company, and, having carefully examined the same, declares them to be a true, full and correct statement of the condition and affairs of said company on the thirtieth day of June, A. D. 1895, to the best of his knowledge and belief. (Signed)

T. J. POTTER. (L. S. OF R. R.]

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 24th day of September, A. D. 1885. (L. S.]

LESTER O. GODDARD

Notary Public.

Received and filed in the office of the Commissioners of Railroads, this 25th day of September, A. D. 1885.

E. G. MORGAN, Secretary.

REPORT

OF THE

CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & KANSAS CITY RAILWAY CO.

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1885.

CAPITAL STOCK.

Amount aulhorized by articles of association.$ 8,000,000
Amount authorized by vote of the company... 8,000,000
Amount issued, number of shares, 80,000; amount paid in..

.$ Amount of common stock issued....

All

8,000,000.00

Total amount paid in, as per books of the company

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Locomotiyes..
Passenger, mail, baggage and express cars.
Freight and other cars.
Total for eqnipment.
Average cost of equipment per mile of road operated by

company (220.1 miles).

66,494.56 13,500.00 44,720.02 124,714.58

566.60

Total cost of road and equipment.....

$

8,842,864.66

Average cost of road and equipment per mile (180.99 miles). $
Proportion of cost of road and equipment for Iowa...
Average cost of road and equipment per mile in Iowa (77.68

miles)..

48,855.60 5,727, 709.20

48,855.60

PROPERTY ACCOUNTS.

CHARGES AND CREDITS BY WHICH THE CAPITAL AND DEBT HAVE BEEN

INCREASED DURING THE YEAR.

16,137.37

839.00 11,086.94 3,378.07

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Grading..
Bridging and masonry.
Superstructure, including rails..
Fences.
Passenger and freight stations and water stations.
Engineering, agencies, salaries and other expenses during

construction..
Purchase of other roads (specifying same) and all particulars
Extension of line to Carrollton, Mo.....
Total for construction....

$

7,Q13.70

284,029.72

322,484.80

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