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seventh street, Burnside avenue, East One Hundred and Eightieth street, East One Hundred and Eighty-first street, East One Hundred and Eightythird street, Fordham road, East One Hundred and Eighty-eighth street, East One Hundred and Ninetieth street, East One Hundred and Ninety-second street, Giles place, Heath avenue, Albany road, Putnam avenue, East, Putnam avenue, West, Review place, Broadway, Kingsbridge avenue, all in the borough of the Bronx, and such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

Second.—Commencing at the rapid transit station, at the intersection of West One Hundred and Eighty-first street with Broadway (formerly Boulevard), in the borough of Manhattan thence on and along said West One Hundred and Eighty-first street in an easterly direction to Washington bridge; thence along and over Washington bridge easterly to Aqueduct avenue, borough of the Bronx; thence northeasterly on and along Aqueduct avenue to Tremont avenue; thence easterly on and along Tremont avenue as it winds and turns to the Transverse road under the Grand boulevard and concourse connecting said Tremont avenue; thence southerly on and along the Transverse road under the Grand boulevard and concourse again to Tremont avenue; thence easterly on and along Tremont avenue to Ryer avenue; thence northerly on and along Ryer avenue to East One Hundred and Eightieth street; thence southeasterly on and along East One Hundred and Eightieth street to Webster avenue; thence northerly on and along Webster avenue again to East One Hundred and Eightieth street; thence easterly on and along said East One Hundred and Eightieth street to Southern boulevard; thence northerly on Southern boulevard to East One Hundred and Eighty-second street.

The said route as it winds and turns crossing the following highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc. :

Audubon avenue, Amsterdam avenue, both in the boroug of Manhattan; Montgomery avenue, Featherbed lane, Andrews avenue, East One Hundred and Seventy-sixth street, Macomb's road, Harrison avenue, Grand avenue, East One Hundred and Seventy-seventh street, Davidson avenue, Jerome avenue, Walton avenue, Morris avenue, Creston avenue, Monroe avenue, Anthony avenue, Buckhout street, East One Hundred and Seventy-eighth street, Burnside avenue, Valentine avenue, Tiebout avenue, Park avenue, west, Park avenue, East, Washington avenue, Bathgate

avenue, Third avenue, Monterey avenue, Lafontaine avenue, Arthur avenue, Hughes avenue, Belmont avenue, Crotona avenue, Clinton avenue, Prospect avenue, Mapes avenue, East One Hundred and Eighty-first street, all in the borough of the Bronx, and such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as ma be encountered in said route.

Third.-Commencing at the rapid transit station, at the intersection of Bailey avenue and East Two Hundred and Thirtieth street, in borough of the Bronx, running thence easterly on and along said East Two Hundred and Thirtieth street to its intersection with Heath avenue; thence southerly on and along Heath avenue to its intersection with Kingsbridge road; thence southeasterly on and aiong Kingsbridge road as the same winds and turns to its intersection with the Transverse road under the Grand boulevard and concourse connecting said Kingsbridge road; thence easterly on and along said Transverse road again to Kingsbridge road; thence southerly and easterly on and along Kingsbridge road to its intersection with Third and Pelham avenues; thence on and along Third avenue southerly to East One Hundred and Eighty-ninth street; thence southeasterly on and along East One Hundred and Eighty-ninth street to Beaumont avenue; thence northeasterly on and along Beaumont avenue again to East One Hundred and Eighty-ninth street; thence easterly on and along East One Hundred and Eighty-ninth street to Southern boulevard; thence southerly on and along Southern boulevard to East One Hundred and Eighty-second street; thence southeasterly on and along said East One Hundred and Eighty-second street to Vyse avenue; thence southwesterly on and along Vyse avenue to East One Hundred and

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Seventy-eighth street; thence southeasterly on and along said East One Hundred and Seventy-eighth street to Boston road; thence southwesterly on and along Boston road to East One Hundred and Seventy-seventh street; thence easterly on and along said East One Hundred and Seventy-seventh street to and across the Eastern boulevard again to East One Hundred and Seventy-seventh street; thence easterly on and along East One Hundred and Seventy-seventh street to and ending at Locust Point on Long Island Sound, with a branch line commencing at Decatur avenue and Kingsbridge road; thence running northeasterly on and along Decatur avenue to its intersection with Mosholu parkway,

The said route as it winds and turns crossing the following highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc.:

All in the borough of the Bronx: East Two Hundred and Twenty-ninth street, Emmerich place, Nathalie avenue, Sedgwick avenue, Tee Taw avenue, Aqueduct avenue, Reservoir avenue, Grand avenue, Davidson avenue, Jerome avenue, Morris avenue, Creston avenue, East One Hundred and Ninety-second street, Valentine avenue, Fordham road, Bainbridge avenue, Marion avenue, Decatur avenue, Webster avenue, Vanderbilt avenue, West, Vanderbilt avenue, East, Pelham avenue, Washington avenue, Lorillard place, Hoffman street, Arthur avenue, Hughes avenue, Belmont avenues, Cambreling avenue, Crotona avenue, Prospect avenue, East One Hundred and Eighty-seventh street, East One Hundred and Eighty-fifth street, East One Hundred and Eighty-third street, Grote street, Garden street, Crotona parkway, Mohegan avenue, Hunnewell avenue, Daly avenue, East One Hundred and Eighty-first street, East One Hundred and Eightieth street, East One Hundred and Seventy-ninth street, Bryant street, West Farms road, Rosedale avenue, Commonwealth avenue, Tacoma street, Cornell place, Lawrence avenue, Eaton street, Classon Point road, Harrison avenue, Theriol street, Saxe avenue, Cottage avenue, McGraw avenue, Avenue E, Gode avenue, Virginia avenue, Westchester turnpike, Fourteenth street, Thirteenth street, Twelfth street, Eleventh street, Tenth street, Ninth street, Eighth street, Seventh street, Avenue D, Avenue C, Avenue B. Avenue A, Eastern boulevard, Penfield avenue, borough of the Bronx, and such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

The branch line of the above route crossing the following named highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc., in borough of the Bronx:

East One Hundred and Ninety-third street, East One Hundred and Ninetyfourth street, East One Hundred and Ninety-fifth street, East One Hundred and Ninety-seventh street, East One Hundred and Ninety-eighth street, Oliver place, East One Hundred and Ninety-ninth street, East Two Hundredth street, East Two Hundred and First street, and such other highways, parkways. bridges, viaducts, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

Fourth.—Commencing at the intersection of Jerome avenue and East Two Hundredth street in the borough of the Bronx, running thence southeasterly along East Two Hundredth street to the Transverse road under Grand boulevard and concourse connecting said East Two Hundredth street; thence southeasterly, along said Transverse road again to East Two Hundredth street; thence southeasterly along said East Two Hundredth street to Webster avenue; thence across Webster avenue at said East Two Hundredth street to Southern boulevard, in the borough of the Bronx.

The said route as it winds and turns crossing the following highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc.:

Villa avenue, Valentine avenue, Briggs avenue, Bainbridge avenue, Perry avenue, Marion avenue, Decatur avenue, Webster avenue, in borough of the Bronx.

And such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

Sixth.-Commencing at West One Hundred and Forty-fifth street, west of Lenox avenue, borough of Manhattan, running thence easterly on and along said West One Hundred and Forty-fifth street to and over the Lenox avenue bridge, now under construction over the Harlem river, to East One Hundred and Forty-ninth street, borough of the Bronx; thence in an easterly direction on and along said East One Hundred and Forty-ninth street to Courtlandt avenue; thence northerly on and along Courtlandt avenue to East One Hundred and Fifty-sixth street; thence easterly on and along said East One Hundred and Fifty-sixth street to its intersection with Leggett avenue or Craven street; thence southerly and easterly on and along Leggett avenue or Craven street to its intersection with Dawson street; thence southeasterly on and along Leggett avenue to its intersection with Randall avenue; thence easterly on and along Randall avenue to the Bronx river.

The said route as it winds and turns crossing the following highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc.:

Lenox avenue, borough of Manhattan; Exterior street, River avenue, Gerard avenue, Walton avenue, Mott avenue, Spencer place, Railroad avenue, East, Morris avenue, East One Hundred and Fiftieth street, East One Hundred and Fifty-first street, East One Hundred and Fifty-second street, East One Hundred and Fifty-third street, East One Hundred and Fifty-fourth street, East One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street, Melrose avenue, Elton avenue, Third avenue, Brook avenue, German place, St. Ann's avenue, Eagle avenue, Cauldwell avenue, Trinity avenue, Jackson avenue, Forest avenue, Tinton avenue, Westchester avenue, Beach avenue, Union avenue, Prospect avenue, Hewitt place, Dawson street, Kelly street, Beck street, Fox street, Southern boule vard, Whitlock avenue, Mohawk avenue, Cabot street, Barry street, Dupont street, Truxton street, Craven street, Worthen street, Tiffany street, Casanova street, Barretto street, Manida street, Coster street, Faile street, Bryant street, Longfellow street, Whittier street, Drake street, Halleck street, Payne street, Bacon street, Hunt's Point road, Sacrahong street, Farragut street, Falconer street, Preble street, Kane street, Edgewater road, all in borough of the Bronx.

And such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

Seventh.—Commencing at Wendover avenue and Crotona park, East, borough of the Bronx, running thence southeasterly on and along Wendover avenue to Wilkins place; thence southerly on and along Wilkins place to Intervale avenue; thence southwesterly and southerly on and along Intervale avenue to Dongan street; thence easterly on and along Dongan street to Southern boulevard and Hunt's Point road; thence southeasterly on and along Hunt's Point road to Long Island Sound.

The said route as it winds and turns crosses the following highways, avenues, streets, public places, etc.:

Boston road, East One Hundred and Seventieth street, Jennings street, Freeman street, Barretto street, Chisholm street, East One Hundred and Sixty-ninth street, Home street, Tiffany street, Kelly street, East One Hundred and Sixty-seventh street, East One Hundred and Sixty-fifth street, Westchester avenue, Kelly street, Tiffany street, Barretto street, Fox street, Southern boulevard, Whitlock avenue, Mohawk avenue, Seneca avenue, Gilbert place, Lafayette avenue, Faile street, Bryant street, Longfellow street, Randall avenue, Whittier street, Drake street, Eastern boulevard, Halleck street, Easy Bay avenue, Payne street, Viele avenue, Bacon street, Ryawa avenue, Sacrahong avenue, Farragut street, Falconer street, Caswell' avenue, Edgewater road, borough of the Bronx.

And such other highways, parkways, bridges, avenues, streets, lanes, public places, etc. (named and unnamed), as may be encountered in said route.

And a hearing having been given on said application in the city of Albany on March 23, 1905, Strong & Cadwalader (John F. Charlton appearing) for the applicant; and this Board being familiar with the general operation of the overhead single electrical trolley system of motive power in the operation of street surface railroads, it is

Ordered, that said application be and it is hereby granted and the Board of Railroad Commissioners hereby approves of the operation by the overhead single electrical trolley system of motive power of the railroad of said company upon the streets, avenues, roads and highways set forth above, with the following conditions which are hereby made a part of this approval:

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First.—This application is granted and accepted subject to the lawful regulations of the local authorities, and subject to such further regulation, as to speed or otherwise, by this Board, as may hereafter seem fit and proper.

Second.-The poles from which the wires are to be suspended shall be of such a construction and height as to conform to the requirements of the local authorities.

Third.—No motor car shall be run with less than two men to operate it. Fourth.—The company shall take all reasonable and proper means to prevent the currents from its wires, through leakage, induction or otherwise, from interfering with the currents upon the wires of other companies, whether telegraph, telephone or other wires but this provision is not intended to require that said company shall construct a double circuit.

Fifth.-Every motor car shall be equipped with gates on both ends, which on double track shall be closed on the side next to the adjoining track. No persons (except an instructor, when necessary) shall be allowed to ride on the platform with the motorman on any electric car.

Sixth. On all open cars on double track there shall be attached a guardrail or device on the side of the car next to the adjoining track, running the entire length of the car, to prevent passengers entering or leaving the car on that side; this guardrail or device to be of such a nature that it may be transferred from one side to the other. (Case No. 3310.) See p. 165, 1st vol., 1904 report of this Board.

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Applications for Increase of Capital Stock.

I. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE BUFFALO, ROCHESTER AND PITTS

BURGH RAILWAY COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF AN INCREASE OF ITS CAPITAL STOCK FROM FIFTEEN MILLION DOLLARS ($15,000,000) TO EIGHTEEN MILLION DOLLARS ($18,000,000).

Determination. January 12, 1905. Application having been made to this Board on December 30, 1904, by the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company for approval of an increase of the capital stock of said company from fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) to eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) and certificates of the proceedings of the stockholders' meeting, showing a compliance with the provisions of the Stock Corporation Law in relation to said increase of capital stock, having been presented to this Board; and a hearing having been given on said application before this Board in the city of Albany on January 12, 1905, Adrian Iselin, Jr., appearing for the applicant; and the purposes to which the proceeds of the amount of the increase of the capital stock of said company hereby consented to are to be devoted appearing from the petition herein, it is

Ordered, That the increase of the capital stock of the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company from fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) to eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) be and the same is hereby approved by this Board and that endorsement of such approval be made upon the certificates of the stockholders' meeting according to the provisions of the Stock Corporation Law, on condition that but one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) of said increase of stock be issued under this approval and that the remaining one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) of said increase of stock or any part thereof shall not be issued until after further application is made to this Board by said company for approval of the issuance of said one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) of said increase of stock or any part thereof and such approval of this Board has been received to the issuance of said one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) of said increase of stock or any part thereof. (Case No. 3269.)

II. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE EASTERN NEW YORK Railroad

COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF AN INCREASE OF ITS CAPITAL STOCK FROM ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($100,000) TO ONE MILLION, SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,750,000).

Determination. January 12, 1905. Application having been made to this Board on January 9, 1905, by the Eastern New York Railroad Company, for approval of an increase of the capital stock of said company from one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to one million, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000)--the petition also embracing an application for consent to the issue of a first mortgage for one million, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000); and certificates of the proceedings of the stockholders' meeting. showing a compliance with the provisions of the Stock Corporation Law in relation to said increase of capital stock, having been presented to this Board; and a hearing having been given on said application before this

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