The Budget Report of the State Board of Finance and Control to the General Assembly, Session of [1929-] 1937, Volume 1, Part 2

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Budget report for 1929/31 deals also with the operations of the fiscal year ended June 30, 1928 and the estimates for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1929.
 

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Contents

a Statement of Vote
23
Report of Inspector of Factories
33
Report of Commissioners of the Israel Putnam Me morial Camp Ground
39
Part 2
40
Report of State Board of Agriculture 18
41
Report of Commissioner on Domestic Animals
44
Report of Treasurer 10
48
Report of State Board of Charities 28
51
and Bulletins 6468 34
64
Superintendence
79
Ballast
80
Ties
81
Rails
82
Other track material
83
Roadway and track
84
Removal of snow sand and
85
Tunnels
86
Bridges trestles and culverts
87
Over and under grade crossings
88
Grade crossings fences cattle guard and sign
89
Snow sand fences and sheds
90
Signals and interlocking plants
91
Telegraph and telephone line
92
Electric power transmission
93
Buildings fixtures and grounds
94
Docks and wharfs
95
Roadway tools and supplies
96
Purchased power
171
Road trainmen
172
Train supplies and expenses
173
Interlocked block and other signals operation
174
Crossing flagmen and gatemen
175
Drawbridge operation
176
Clearing wrecks
177
Telegraph and telephone operation
178
Operating floating equipment
179
Express service
180
Injuries to persons 98 Stationery and printing 99 Other expenses
516
CONTENTS OF TABLES STEAM RAILROADS
519
Names of roads and branches
1
Date when chartered
2
3 opened for
3
Report of Hartford Hospital 26 Report of Connecticut School for Imbeciles 15
14
Report of Insurance Commissioner 17
17
Report of Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station 24
24
Report of Criminal Business of Courts 27
27
Estimate of State Expenditures 31
31
Report of State Police 45
45
Report of State Geological and Natural History
46
Survey 47
47
Report of Board of Directors de Tuberculosis 53
53
Report of Connecticut Colony for Epileptics 55
55
Maintaining joint tracks yards and other facilities D
101
Total
102
Per mile operated
103
Location of road
153
run MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT
156
Report of Comptroller 1
1
Report of State Prison 4
4
Length of main line and branches
5
double track 7 third track
7
fourth track
8
fifth track
9
Report of Commissioner on Building and Loan Associa
10
Report of Prison Association de Probation Law 44
11
road single track miles
12
Total amount authorized
13
14 issued for cash
14
15 for construction of new properties
15
24 per last report
24
number of stockholders in Connecticut
25
26 per last report m
26
Amount of funded debt and amount of funded debt as per last report
27
Working liabilities
28
Total funded debt and working liabilities
29
Report of Sh ellfish Commissioners 30
30
Total stock funded debt and working liabilities
31
Cost of road
32
equipment
33
General expenditures b h 34 513
34
Report of Special Commission de Ferries and Bridges
49
Report of Connecticut Rivers and Harbors Commission
50
Report of Investigation of Oyster Properties
51
PART II
87
Superintendence
105
Steam locomotives repairs
106
107 renewals
107
108 depreciation
108
Electric locomotives repairs
109
110 renewals
110
111 depreciation
111
Cars repaired
112
Passenger train cars repairs
113
114 renewals
114
115 depreciation
115
Freight train cars repairs
116
renewals
117
US depreciation 119 Electric equipment of cars repairs
119
120 renewals
120
121 depreciation
121
Floating equipment repairs
122
123 renewals
123
124 depreciation
124
Stationery and printing
181
Other expenses
182
Loss and damage freight
183
baggage
184
Damage to property
185
stock on right of
186
Injuries to persons
187
Operating joint yards and terminals
188
Operating joint tracks and facilities
190
Total
192
Administration
193
Salaries and expenses of general officers
194
195 clerks and attendants
195
General office supplies and expenses
196
Law expenses
197
Instirance
198
Relief department expenses
199
Pensions
200
Stationery and printing
201
Other expenses
202
General administration joint tracks yards and grounds
203
204
204
Total FASSEXGEB TRAFFIC 206 Number of passengers carried earning revenue
206
207 per last report
207
208 one mile
208
Average distance carried
209
Total passenger revenue
210
Average amount received from each passenger
211
Average receipts per passenger per mile
212
Total passenger service train revenue
213
Passenger service train revenue per mile of road
214
215 train mile
215
Part 2
257
Employers Liability and Workmens Compensation 270
270

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