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SIGNATURES AND OATH TO RETURN.

We hereby certify that the statements contained in the foregoing return are full, just and true.

LEVERETT CANDEE,
Treasurer.

J. W. JAMIESON,
Chief Accounting Officer.

THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.

HAMPDEN, Ss. SPRINGFIELD, March 28, 1919. Then personally appeared the above-named Leverett Candee and J. W. Jamieson, and severally made oath that the foregoing certificate by them subscribed is, to the best of their knowledge and belief, true.

Before me,

WILMOT O. YOUNG,
Notary Public.

RETURN

OF THE

BOSTON & ALBANY RAILROAD COMPANY

FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1918.

[Leased to and operated by the New York Central.]

IDENTITY OF RESPONDENT.

Exact name of common carrier making this report. Boston & Albany Railroad Company.

For list of consolidations or mergers, see report for year ending June 30, 1915. Operated by New York Central Railroad Company.

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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 privilege 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 250,000 votes. The total number of stockholders was 8,182.

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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There were 88,287 votes cast for the election of directors at the annual meeting held September 25, 1918, at Boston, Mass.

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1 New York Central Railroad Company personal property account, $1,431,455.85; claim against New York Central Railroad Company for value of equipment at date of lease, $4,216,763.42; New York Central Railroad Company account improvements on Boston & Albany Railroad, $181,467.06; Ware River Railroad, $365,163.82; total, $6,194,850.15.

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