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When Name of road.

formed. Tarrytown, White Plains and Mamaroneck

1898 Tenth Avenue and Grand Street... 1860 Terminal (of Buffalo)

1895 Terminal Railroad and Tunnel 1900 Terminal Underground

1886 Terminal Union

1889 Third Avenue

1853 Third Avenue and Fordham

1861 Third Street (Newburgh)

1887 Third Ward Railway

1886 Thirty-eigbtb and Thirty-ninth Streets Crosstown

1884 Thirty-first Street

1885 Thirty-fourth Street

1884 Thirty-fourth Street Crosstown 1896 Thirty-fourth Street Ferry and Eleventh Avenue

1885 Thirty-ninth Street, Brooklyn Ferry and Suburban

1893 Thirty-second Street

1880 Tilly Foster Mine

1888 Ticonderoga

1889 Ticonderoga Union Terminal.

1905 Tioga and Erie

1866 Tioga and Savonla

1875 Tivoli Hollow

1893 Tonawanda

1832 Tonawanda, Genesee Valley and Pine Creek

1882 Todawanda Electric

1890 Tonawanda Street

1890 Tonawanda Valley

1880 Tonawanda Valley and Cuba

1881 Tonawanda Valley and Cuba

1881 Tonawanda Valley Extension

1881 Tonawanda, Wiscoy and Genesee Valley

1882 Transit

1872 Trenton and Sacketts Harbor

1837 Troy and Albia

1866 Troy and Averill Park

1886 Troy and Bennington

1851 Troy and Boston

1849 Troy and Chatham

1882 Troy City

1867 Troy City

1891 Troy and Cohoes

1862 Troy and Greenbush

1845 Troy and Lansingburgh

1860 Truy and Lansingburgh

1880 Troy and New England

1889 Troy, Rensselaer and Pittsfield 1901 Troy and Rutland

1849 Troy and Saratoga

1871 Troy, Saratoga and Northern 1886 Troy and Stockbridge

1836 Troy and Susquehanna

1871 Troy Terminal

1902 Troy Turnpike and Railroad

1831 Troy Union

1851 Troy and Utica

1853 Tunnel Extension

1882 Tunesassa and Bradford.

1905 Tuscarora Valley

1902 Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth Street 1884 Twonty-eighth

and Twenty-ninth Streets Crosstown

1885 Twenty-eighth and

Twenty-ninth Strects Crosstown

1896 Twenty-third Street

1869 Twenty-third Street

1872 Twenty-third Street District Rail way

1885 Twenty-third Street Ferry and Newtown

1893 Tyrone and Geneva

1837 Uister County

1836 Ulster Corinty Electric

1895 Ulster and Delaware

1875

When Name of road.

formed. Ulster and Delaware

1902 Unadilla and Schoharie

1836 Unadilla Valley

1890 Unadilla Valley

1904 Underground (New York)

1896 Union

1851 Union (Buffalo)

1869 Union of the City of Brooklyn 1884 Union (New York city)

1892 Union Electric of Saratoga

1890 Union Elevated

1886 Union Passenger Railway Transfer Company of New York

1885 Union Pneumatic Railway

1867 Union Railroad Company

1857 Union Station

1899 Union Street

1890 Union (Syracuse)

1852 Union and Syracuse Straight Line. 1852 Union Terminal of the City of Buffalo

1881 Union Terminal (New York, underground)

1902 Union Traction

1902 Union Village and Johnsonville.. 1867 Union (of Westchester)

1859 United Railroad Company (Brooklyn)

1897 United States and Canada

1883 United States and Canada

1888 United States Harvey-way Construction Company

1882 United Traction

1899 Upper Hudson

1872 Upper Hudson

1896 Upper Hudson Electric and Railroad Company

1905 Uptown Fifth Avenue

1885 Utica, Adirondack and Saratoga 1888 Utica Belt Line

1886 Utica and Binghamton

1853 Utica and Black River

1861 Utica and Black River

1883 Utica and Black River

1886 Utica, Chenango and Cortland

1870 Utica, Chenango and Susquehanna Valley

1866 Utica City

1862 Utica, Clinton and Binghamton

1868 Utica and Deerfield Street

1871 Utica and Fair-ground

1875 Utica, Georgetown and Elmira 1870 Utica and Herkimer Street

1095 Utica, Horseheads and Elmira

1870 Utica and Ilion Narrow Gauge. 1877 Utica, Ithaca and Elmira

1872 Utica, Ithaca and Elmira Railway Company

1878 Utica and Mohawk

1874 Utica and Mohawk (Street)

1869 Utica and Mohawk Valley

1902 Utica and Schenectady

1833 Utica and Suburban

1896 Utica and Susquehanna

1832 Utica and Syracuse Air Line

1880 Utica and Syracuse Railway

1865 Utica and Unadilla Valley

1888 Utica and Waterville

1854 Utica and Waterville

1867 Valatie and Kinderhook Street

1889 Van Nest, West Farms and Westchester Traction

1892 Valley

1869 Van Brunt Street and Erie Basin.. 1861 Vermont and Whitehall

1902 Taddington, Canton and Southern, 1894 Wakefield and Westchester Traction 1892 Walden and Orange Lake

1894 Wall and Cortlandt Street Ferries. 1898 Wall Street Ferry

1888 When Name of road.

formed. Wallkill Transit Company.

1905 Wallkill Valley

1877 Wal?kill Valley Railway

1866 Wallula and Oswegatchie.

1905 Warren County

1832 Warren County ..

1899 Warred and Jamestown Electric... 1902 Warren and Jamestown Street. 1904 Warren, Sugar Grove and Mayville. 1885 Warsaw and Le Roy.

1854 Warwick

1837 Warwick Valley

1860 Washington Bridge, Tremont and Westchester

1890 Washington County

1887 Washington County Central.

1855 Washington Street, Asylum and Park

1887 Washington Street and State Asylum

1872 Water and Clinton Street.

1873 Waterford and Cohoes.

1863 Waterford and Cohoes.

1883 Waterloo, Seneca Falls and Cayuga Lake

1894 Waterport Electric Light and Power and Railroad

1895 Watertown and · Brownville Street.. 1830 Watertown and Brownville Street. 1894 Watertown and Cape Vincent. 1836 Watertown and Carthage Traction. 1901 Watertown and Rome

1832 Watertown Street Railway.

1857 Watervliet and Schenectady.

1836 Watervliet Turnpike and Railroad. 1862 Watkins and Eastern

1902 Watkins and Havana Street

1872 Watkins and Havana

1895 Watkins and Havana

1895 Waverly and State Line.

1867 Waverly, Sayre and Athens Traction 1894 Wellsville, Bolivar and Eldred. 1881 Wellsville, Coudersport and Pine Creek

1882 Wellsville and Filmore.

1882 Wellsville, Honeoye and Ceres. 1882 West Brooklyn

1887 West Brooklyn Electric

1890 West Davenport

1891 West Eighty-sixth Street.

1902 West Oneonta and Laurens

1898 Westchester

1863 Westchester County

1856 Westchester County

1878 Westchester County

1884 Westchester County Central Electric 1895 Westchester County and New York City

1860 Westchester Electric

1891 Westchester and Putnam

1891 Westchester Railway

1881 Westchester and Long Island Tunnel 1893 Westchester Traction

1901 Westchester Traction

1902 Westchester and Williamsbridge Traction

1895

When Name of road.

formed. West End of Glenwood

1876 West Farms and Westchester Traction

1892 Westfield Street

1905 Western New York

1895 Western New York and Pennsylvania

1887 Western New York and Pennsylvania

1895 Westfield and Chautauqua

1886 Westfield, Mayville and Chautauqua Motor

1897 Westport and Kingdom.

1868 West Shore

1863 West Shore

1885 West Shore Hudson River

1868 West Shore and International Bridge 1882 West Side (Binghamton)

1887 West Side

1854 West Side (Buffalo)

1887 West Side (Elmira)

1891 West Side (Elmira)

1896 West Side Elevated Patent Railway 1868 West Side (New York)..

1892 West Side of Rochester.

1887 West Side and Yonkers Patent. 1886 West Tenth Street Connecting 1900 West Troy and Green Island

1870 West Water Street...

1890 Wharton Valley..

1888 Whitehall and Granville Traction. 1900 Whitehall and Plattsburgh

1853 Whitehall and Plattsburgh

1866 Whitehall and Rutland

1833 Whitestone and Westchester

1872 Whitestone and College Point

1893 Williamsbridge, Woodlawn and Westchester

1891 Williamsbridge and Westchester Traction

1892 Williamsbridge and Coney Island.. 1864 Williamsport and Elmira.

1850 Williamsbridge and Flatbush.

1866 Williamsburgh and Newtown. 1866 Williamsport and Binghamton

1887 Willíanistown and Redfield.

1865 Williamsville, Marlough and Buffalo ..

1888 Williams Terminal

1905 Windham Traction

1897 Windsor Beach and Ontario.

1887 Wilson Terminal

1889 Woouiawn and Butternut.

1886 Yates Avenue and Flatbush

1880 Yonkers

1873 Yonkers

1886 Yonkers

1896 Yonkers Electric

1894 Yonkers, Mt. Vernon, Pelham and New Rochelle

1891 Yonkers and New York.

1861 Yonkers Rapid Transit

1879 Yonkers Street

1886 Yonkers and Tarrytown Electric 1896 Yonkers and White Plains

1001 Youngstown and Buffalo.

1888

The Following are the Rules of Procedure Adopted by the Board of Railroad Commissioners in Matters

Coming Before It.

Complaints. Complaints to the Board against railroad companies should be made in writing, and the cause of complaint should be stated clearly. Upon receipt of a complaint (unless in the judgment of the Board immediate action is required) a copy is sent to the railroad company, which must answer within ten days, unless longer time is allowed by the Board. A copy of the answer is sent to the complainant, and, if not satisfactory, issue is joined, a hearing held and a decision rendered.

Change of Name.
See sections 2411-2417, Code of Civil Procedure.

Increase of Capital Stock.

(Section 46, Stock Corporation Law.) Applieation must be made by verified petition. A date for hearing, not earlier than ten days after the receipt of the petition, will be fixed. Accompanying the petition there must be:

First. Three certificates of the proceedings of the meeting of the stockholders, two to be endorsed (if the application is approved.) and one to be filed in this office.

Second. A sworn statement, in detail, of the financial condi. tion of the company, giving the amount of capital stock authorized and amount issued; outstanding indebtedness; and other pertinent information, and a sworn statement, in detail, of the cost of road and equipment.

Third. A sworn statement, in detail, of the purposes to which the proposed increase of stock is proposed to be devoted, and, if for further construction and equipment, a verified estimate, in detail, of the cost thereof, made by a person competent to make the same.

Reduction of Capital Stock.

(Section 46, Stock Corporation Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. A date for hearing will be fixed. The Board requires :

First. Three certificates of the proceedings of the meeting of the stockholders, two to be endorsed and one to be filed in this office.

Second. A sworn statement from the proper officer of the company that the reduced capital is sufficient for the proper purposes of the corporation and is in excess of its debts and liabilities, the aggregate amount of such debts and liabilities to be stated.

Consent to the 188ue of Mortgage.

(Subdivision 10, Section 4, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition, stating what the lien is to be. A date for hearing, not earlier than ten days after the receipt of the petition, will be fixed. Accompanying the petition there must be:

First. Proof of consent of the stockholders under the statute.

Second. A sworn statement, in detail, of the financial condition of the company, giving the amount of the capital stock authorized and amount issued, and amount of mortgage bonds authorized and amount outstanding, and amount of other indebtedness of the company, as well as other pertinent information; also a sworn statement, in detail, of the cost of road and equipment.

Third. A sworn statement, in detail, of the purposes to which the proceeds of the proposed mortgage are to be devoted, and, if for further construction and equipment, a verified estimate, in detal, of the cost thereof, made by a person competent to make the same. A copy of the mortgage must be filed with the Board.

Filing of Maps of Railroads.

(Section 6, Railroad Law.) Section 6 of the Railroad Law shows in detail what is required.

Sign Boards at Crossings.

(Section 33, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition, which shall state the application in detail, following the provisions of the section. A date for hearing will be fixed. Accompanying the petition there must be a print or drawing in detail of the sign or signs of which approval is asked.

Discontinuance of Railroad Stations.

(Section 34, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. The Board will in each case prescribe rules for proof in applications under this section.

Accommodation of Connecting Railroads.

(Section 35, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. The Board will in each case prescribe rules for proof in applications under this section.

Railroads Crossing Each Other at Grade. (Section 36, Railroad Law. See Section 68, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. The Board requires :

First. As to the precedence of trains: The Board will in each case prescribe rules for proof in applications under this provision.

Second. In applications for approval of an interlocking switch and signal apparatus at such crossings, a hearing will be given at which a blue print or sketch of the proposed system must be submitted to the Board, which shall show distant signals at least 1,500 feet from the crossing (except where impracticable), home signals and throw-off switches (except where impracticable), all interlocking and operated from a tower.

Safety Devices.

(Section 50, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. Applications under this section will be considered under rules made for each case.

Cooking Stoves Used in Dining Cars.

(Section 51, Railroad Law.) Application must be made by verified petition. In applications under this section for approval of cooking stoves in dining cars, the Board must see the stove proposed to be used, or a blue print or sketch of it.

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