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CERTIFICATE UNDER SECTION 59 OF THE

RAILROAD LAW.

The following companies, which have been granted certificates of public convenience and a necessity by the Board of Railroad Commissioners under section 59 of the Railroad Law, have filed such certificates in the Secretary of State's office, between October 31, 1904, and November 1, 1905:

SURFACE STEAM.

ERIE AND JERSEY RAILROAD COMPANY.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, June 29, 1905.

DELAWARE AND EASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, August 14, 1905.

STREET SURFACE.

AUBURN AND NORTHERN ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANY.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, March 11, 1905.

BUFFALO, BATAVIA AND ROCHESTER ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, June 20, 1905.

ALBION AND LOCKPORT RAILWAY.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, June 21, 1905.

AIBION AND ROCHESTER RAILWAY.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, June 21, 1905.

BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS AND ROCHESTER RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, August 14, 1905.

UNDERGROUND TUNNEL.

NEW YORK AND JERSEY RAILROAD COMPANY.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, June 29, 1905.

EXTENSION OF ROUTES.

NAME OF ROAD.

Extension

filed.

Length of extension.

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The Olean Street Railway Company
East Side Traction Company..
Jamestown Street Railway Company
Forest Park Railway Company.
Corning and Painted Post Street Railway
Rochester Railway Company..
The Waverly, Sayre and Athens Traction Company.
Syracuse and South Bay Railway Company.
New York City Interborough Railway Company
Catskill Electric Railway Company.
The Chautauqua Traction Company
The Waverly, Sayre and Athens Traction Company.
Geneva, Waterloo, Seneca Falls and Cayuga Lake Traction

Company.
Geneva, Waterloo, Seneca Falls and Cayuga Lake Traction

Company
Southern Boulevard Railroad Company
Union Railway Company of New York City.
International Railway Company.
International Railway Company.
Auburn and Northern Electric Railroad Company
Syracuse and South Bay Railway Company.
The Nassau Electric Railroad Company.
The Cortland County Traction Company.
New York City Interborough Railway Company
Catskill Electric Railway Company
International Railway Company,
The Glen Cove Railroad Company.
The Electric City Railway Company.
International Railway Company..
New York and Stamford Railway Company
International Railway Company.

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COMPANIES REORGANIZED.

" Sodus Bay and Corning Railroad Company” sold January 12, 1905, and reorganized as

CORNING, KEUKA LAKE AND ONTARIO RAILWAY COMPANY.
Capital stock, $1,500,000.
Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, January 14, 1905.

** New York and Ottawa Railway Company” sold December 22, 1904, and reorganized as

NEW YORK AND OTTAWA RAILWAY COMPANY.

Capital stock $1,250,000.
Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, January 19, 1905.

“ Hudson Tunnel Railway Company” sold February 28, 1898, and reorganized as

NEW YORK AND JERSEY RAILROAD COMPANY. Capital stock $8,500,000. Amended certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, March 24, 1905.

“ Middletown-Goshen Electric Railway Company” sold December 31, 1904, and reorganized as

WALLKILL TRANSIT COMPANY.
Capital stock $350,000.
Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, March 30, 1905.

“ Marcellus Electric Railroad Company” sold Fe 14, 1903, and reorganized as

MARCELLUS AND OTISCO LAKE RAILWAY COMPANY.

Capital stock $200,000.
Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, May 25, 1905.

LEASED ROADS.

The following roads were leased during the year, viz.:

“ United Traction Company” leased in city of Rensselaer, December 17, 1904, to

COHOES RAILWAY COMPANY.

Lease filed in office of Secretary of State December 19, 1904.

“Syracuse and Oneida Lake Electric Railway Company” was leased January 17, 1905, to

SYRACUSE RAPID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY.

Lease filed in office of Secretary of State May 4, 1905.

“ Beech Creek Extension Railroad Company ”

was leased June 22, 1905, to

THE NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY.

Lease filed in office of Secretary of State June 2, 1905.

The Chateaugay and Lake Placid Railway Company” was leased July 1, 1905, to

THE DELAWARE AND HUDSON COMPANY.

Lease filed in office of Secretary of State August 4, 1905.

“New York and Stamford Railway Company" was leased September 21, 1905, to

THE CONSOLIDATED RAILWAY COMPANY. (Connecticut.) Lease filed in office of Secretary of State October 20, 1905.

INCREASE OF CAPITAL STOCK.

The following companies filed certificates of increased capital stock during the year, to wit:

NAME OF ROAD.

From

To

Filed with Secretary of

State.

New York, Westchester and Boston Railway Company.

$1,000,000 $20,000,000 Nov. 17, 1904 The Chateaugay and Lake Placid Railway Company 450,000 2,450,000 Dec. 15.'1904 New York and Canada Railroad Company.

4,000,000 9,000,000 Dec. 16, 1904 Hamburg Railway Company.

200,000 350.000 Jan, 26, 1905 Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company. 18,000,000 21,000,000 Mar. 10, 1905 Eastern New York Railroad Company

100,000 1,750,000 Mar. 28, 1905 Erie Railroad Company.

177,000,000 197,000.000 April 6, 1905 Rochester Railway Company.

5,500,000 6.000.000 April 19, 1905 New York City Interborough Railway Company. 400,000 5,000,000 April 25, 1905 Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Railroad Company

1,000,000 3,500.000 April 26, 1905 Bush Terminal Railroad Company.

15,000

20,000 April 29, 1805 The Lowville and Beaver River Railroad Company 150,000 200,000 Sept. 13, 1905

CLASSIFICATION OF STOCK.

ROCHESTER, SYRACUSE AND EASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, at special meeting, December 28, 1904, divided the capital stock of the company into $2,500,000 of preferred and $1,000,000 of common.

Certificate filed in office of Secretary of State, January 4, 1905.

CHANGE OF ROUTE.

FOREST PARK RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate of change filed in office of Secretary of State, January 31, 1905,

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