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OF THE

BOSTON & LOWELL RAILROAD CORPORATION

FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1918.

[Leased to and operated by the Boston & Maine.]

IDENTITY OF RESPONDENT.

Exact name of common carrier making this report. Boston & Lowell Railroad Corporation.

Date of organization. June 30, 1830.

For consolida

Under laws of what Government, State, or Territory organized? If more than one, name all. Give specific reference to each statute and all amendments thereof. Organized under laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. tions or mergers see report for year ending June 30, 1915. Operated by Boston & Maine Railroad.

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The par value of the common stock is $100, each share of which is entitled to one vote. Voting rights are proportional to holdings and are not attached to any security other than stock and no class or issue of securities has any special priv

ilege in the election of directors, trustees or managers, or in the determination of corporate action by any method.

The stock books were not closed during the last fiscal year.

The total voting power of all security holders on December 31, 1918, was 76,794 votes. The total number of stockholders was 2,342.

The following is a list of twenty stockholders who on December 31, 1918, had the highest voting powers in the respondent:

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Harriet J. Bradbury,

Henry B. Cabot,

Boston & Maine R.R.,

Boston Safe Deposit & Tr. Co., 100 Franklin St., Boston, Mass.,

North Station, Boston, Mass.,

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285 Commonwealth Ave., Boston,
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Chas. E. Cotting,
Philip Dexter,
Wm. C. Endicott,
Robert H. Gardiner,
Geo. P. Gardner,
E. W. Hutchins,
Kidder, Peabody & Co.,
M. P. Knowlton, et als.,
Caroline R. Lawrence,
Mass. Hospital Life Ins. Co.,
New England Trust Co.,
Old Colony Trust Co.,
Frederick R. Sears,
Francis C. Welch,
Geo. R. White,

Joseph H. White estate,

There were 40,456 votes cast for the election of directors at the annual meeting held January 2, 1918, at Boston, Mass.

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Respondent's Investment in Road and Equipment at Close of Year.

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Average investment per mile of road, exclusive of improvements on leased lines,

† Credit.

Owned Lines.

$12,656,695 48 833,583 94 2,059,009 83

45,456 96†

$15,503,832 29

111.15 $139,485 67

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1 Dividends go to Boston & Maine Railroad under terms of lease.
2 Interest goes to Boston & Maine Railroad under terms of lease.
3 No control through ownership of bonds.

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