Items.

Total.

Private stations.

Municipal stations.

3,620

2,805

815

Condensed statement - income and expenses:

Earnings from operation, total..............

$84,186,605

$77,349,749

$6,836,856

Arc lighting

$25,481,045

$22,091,800

$3,389,245

Incandescent lighting..................

$44,657,102

$41,297,484

$3,359,618

All other electric service................

$14,048,458

$13,960,465

$87,993

Income from all other sources......

$1,514,000

$1,385,751

$128,249

Gross income

$85,700,605

$78,735,500

$6,965,105

Expenses, total

$68,081,375

$62,835,388

$5,245,987

Salaries and wages.....................

$20,646,692

$18,766,970

$1,879,722

Supplies, materials, and fuel............

$22,915,932

$20,493,641

$2,422,291

Rents, taxes, insurance, and miscellaneous

$11,895,206

$11,456,037

$439,169

Interest on bonds.................

$12,623,545

$12,118,740

$504,805

Analysis of income.

Aggregate................................

$85,700,605

$78,735,500

$6,965,105

Arc lighting, total.....................

$25,481,045

$22,091,800

$3,389,245

Commercial or other private........

$8,460,320

$8,220,154

$240,166

Public...........................

$17,020,725

$13,871,646

$3,149,079

Incandescent lighting, total.............

$44,657,102

$41,297,484

$3,359,618

Commercial or other private........

$41,907,853

$39,039,557

$2,868,296

Public. ..........................

$2,749,249

$2,257,927

$491,322

Motor service

$9,910,217

$9,839,677

$70,540

Electric railway service.................

$2,304,515

$2,301,343

$3,172

Electric heating

$39,213

$39,155

$58

Charging automobiles..................

$30,056

$29,959

$97

All other electric service................

$1,764,457

$1,750,331

$14,126

All other sources

$.1,514,000

$1,385,751

$128,249

Analysis of supplies, materials, and fuel:

Aggregate cost

$22,915,932

$20,493,641

$2,422,291

Meters -

Number.........................

27,632

25,739

1,893

Cost.................................

$416,994

$390,569

$26,425

Motors -

Number.........................

602

572

30

Cost.................................

$30,099

$29,202

$897

Transformers -

Number.........................

13,288

7,843

5,445

Cost.................................

$365,028

$326,407

$38,621

Incandescent lamps -

Number.........................

8,839,905

8,399,571

440,334

Cost.................................

$1,507,249

$1,426,224

$81,025

Incandescent lamp fittings, sockets, etc., cost. .

$177,236

$154,517

$22,719

Carbons for arc lamps -

Number.........................

94,686,596

82,156.930

12,529,666

Cost.................................

$1,051,386

$900,788

$150,598

Globes for arc lamps -

Number.........................

485,073

428,979

56,094

Cost.................................

$170,929

$150,509

$20,420

Arc lamp repairs, cost...........

$244,537

$212,231

$32,306

Poles or other supports, cost...............

$346,587

$319,617

$26,970

Wire and cable cost.............

$1,152,915

$1,081,380

$71,535

Mill supplies (oil, waste, etc.), cost................

$712,797

$617,911

$94,886

All other materials, cost................

$1,853,544

$1,747,896

$105,648

Power purchased, cost.....................................

$2,130,759

$2,007,193

$123,566

Freight paid, not included in other items......

$1,120,363

$939,512

$180,851

379

Items.

Total.

Private stations.

Municipal stations.

Analysis of supplies, materials, and fuel - Contin'd:

Fuel, cost.................

$11,635,509

$10,189,685

$1,445,824

Coal-

Tons.............................

4,817,597

4,249,137

568,460

Cost.............................

$9,943,125

$8,749,394

$1,193,731

Crude petroleum, cost..................

$721,838

$700,136

$21,702

Natural gas, cost............................

$254,269

$220,460

$33,809

Manufactured gas, cost.................

$28,654

$20,135

$8,519

All other fuel, cost................................

$687,623

$499,560

$188,063

Average number of employees, total salaries, wages:

Salaried officials and clerks -

Average number, total................

6,996

6,046

950

Salaries, total............................

$5,663,580

$5,206,199

$457,381

General officers -

Average number...........................

1,587

1,416

171

Salaries..................................................

$1,501,522

$1,465,471

$36,051

Other officers, managers, superintendents, etc. -

Average number..............

2,393

1,875

518

Salaries..................................................

$2,445,227

$2,088,298

$356,929

Clerks-

Average number..............

3,016

2,755

261

Salaries......................

$1,716,831

$1,652,430

$64,401

Wage-earners -

Average number, total............................

23,330

20,863

2,467

Wages, total......................................

$14,983,112

$13,560,771

$1,422,341

Foremen -

Average number..............

1,000

943

57

Wages..........................................

$953,738

$910,972

$42,766

Inspectors -

Average number..............

571

546

25

Wages..............................

$415,904

$397,983

$17,921

Engineers -

Average number..............

4,587

3,743

844

Wages.............................................

$3,259,870

$2,721,127

$538,743

Firemen -

Average number..............

3,456

2,951

505

Wages.............................................

$1,963,465

$1,717,149

$246,316

Dynamo and switchboard men -

Average number..............

1,978

1,872

106

Wages.............................................

$1,351,676

$1,286,065

$65,611

Linemen -

Average number..............

4,217

3,868

349

Wages.............................................

$2,710,841

$2,510,269

$200,572

Mechanics -

Average number..............

1,057

1,009

48

Wages.......................

$796,355

$768,694

$27,661

Lamp trimmers -

Average number..............

2,637

2,318

319

Wages.............................................

$1,654,462

$1,460,046

$194,416

All other employees -

Average number..............

3,827

3,613

214

Wages.............................................

$1,876,801

$1,788,466

$88,335

Analysis of miscellaneous expenses:

Total....................................

$11,895,206

$11,456,037

$439,169

Rent of stations, supports, conduits, etc . .

$1,011,691

$1,001,504

$10,187

Rent of offices........................

$275,007

$270 446

$4 561

Taxes......................................

$2,665,005

$2,654,885

$10,120

Injuries and damages..................

$248,304

$246,545

$1,759

Insurance.............................

$893,567

$827,926

$65,641

Ordinary repairs of buildings and mach'y. .

$2,701,747

$2,480,217

$221,530

All other................................

$4,099,885

$3,974,514

$125,371

Electric line construction:

Aggregate miles -

Mains.......................

107,263.63

93,352.95

13,910.68

Feeders.....................

17,880.51

16,452.28

1,428.23

Lighting and stationary motor service, miles -

Mains, total..................

107,184.13

93,273.45

13,910.68

Feeders, total.................

17,760.26

16,332.03

1,428.23

Items.

Total.

Private stations.

Municipal stations.

Electric line construction - Continued:

Underground -

Mains........................

5,847.71

5,408.55

439.16

Feeders..................................

2,276.55

2,262.02

14.53

Overhead -

Mains........................

101,304.26

87,833.63

13,470.63

Feeders..................................

15,472.34

14,061.50

1,410.84

Submarine -

Mains........................

32.16

31.27

0.89

Feeders..................................

11.37

8.51

2.86

Electric railway car service owned by lighting companies, miles -

Mains........................

79.50

79.50

Feeders..................................

120.25

120.25

Power and generating equipment:

Steam engines - Number, total..............

5,930

4,870

1,060

Horsepower, total......................

1,379,941

1,232,923

147,018

500 horsepower and under -

Number...................................

5,451

4,407

1,044

Horsepower..................

849,336

715,418

133,918

Over 500 and under 1,000 horsepower

Number..................................

278

266

12

Horsepower............................................................

193,570

184,670

8,900

1,000 horsepower and over -

Number......................

201

197

4

Horsepower..................................................

337,035

332,835

4,200

Water wheels -

Number, total........................

1,390

1,308

82

Horsepower, total.....................

438,472

427,254

11,218

500 horsepower and under -

Number..................................

1,187

1,107

80

Horsepower............................................................

173,903

164,325

9,578

Over 500 and under 1,000 horsepower

Number..................................

90

89

1

Horsepower............................................................

57,816

57,176

640

1,000 horsepower and over -

Number..................................

113

112

1

Horsepower............................................................

206,753

205,753

1,000

Gas engines -

Number..............................

165

147

18

Horsepower..........................

12,181

11,224

957

Auxiliary steam engines -

Number..............................

365

329

36

Horsepower..........................

14,454

13,619

835

Dynamos -

Number, total........................

12,484

10,662

1,822

Horsepower, total.....................

1,624,980

1,472,996

151,984

Direct current, constant voltage -

Number..................................

3,823

3,405

418

Horsepower..................

442,446

418,913

23,533

Direct current, constant amperage -

Number......................

3,539

2,957

582

Horsepower..................

195,531

157,768

37,763

Alternating and polyphase current -

Number..................................

5,122

4,300

822

Horsepower..............................................

987,003

896,315

90,688

Boosters -

Number..................................

193

184

9

Horsepower............................................

17,911

17,735

176

Rotaries -

Number..................................

132

131

1

Horsepower..........................

63,817

63,683

134

Storage battery cells in main plants -

Number..................................

6,881

5,981

900

Horsepower.......................................................................

16,355

16.335

20

Substation plants:

Horsepower, total.........................

552,950

551,467

1,483

Storage battery cells -

Number..................................

8,388

8,388

Horsepower..............................................................

25,284

25,284

Items.

Total.

Private stations.

Municipal stations.

Substation plants - Continued:

Transformers -

Number..................................

2,525

2,490

35

Horsepowers......................

420,667

419,368

1,299

Rotary converters -

Number..................................

163

162

1

Horsepower ......................

85,556

85,546

10

Miscellaneous -

Number..................................

140

135

5

Horsepower ......................

21,443

21,269

174

Transformers on circuits for consumers:

Number..................................

207,151

179,081

28,070

Horsepower ......................

922,774

822,668

100,106

Meters on consumers' circuits, total.........

582,689

526,011

56,678

Mechanical......................

575,004

518,428

56,576

Chemical...............

7,685

7,583

102

Output of stations:

Kilowatt hours -

Total for year..................

2,507,051,115

2,311,146,676

195,904,439

Average per day.................

6,960,783

6,413,012

547,771

Horsepower hours of current -

Total for year..................

3,341,943,090

3,083,212,074

258,731,016

Average per day.................

9,294,456

8,566,231

728,225

Analysis of service:

Arc lighting - number of lamps in service -

Aggregate................

385,698

334,903

50,795

Commercial or other private, total. . .

173,973

168,180

5,793

Open.................

42,988

41,622

1,366

Inclosed....................

130,985

126,558

4,427

Direct current..................

104,176

101,849

2,327

Open.................

38,120

36,856

1,264

Inclosed....................

66,056

64,993

1,063

Alternating current.............

67,538

64,085

3,453

Open.................

3.733

3,631

102

Inclosed....................

63,805

60,454

3,351

All other.......................

2,259

2,246

13

Open.................

1,135

1,135

Inclosed....................

1,124

1,111

13

Public, total...............

211,725

166,723

45,002

Open.................

138,684

108,082

30,602

Inclosed....................

73,041

58,641

14,400

Direct current............

154,749

119,520

35,229

Open.................

125,298

96,659

28,639

Inclosed....................

29,451

22,861

6,590

Alternating current.............

48,063

38,316

9,747

Open.................

4,630

2,681

1,949

Inclosed....................

43,433

35,635

7,798

All other.................

8,913

8,887

26

Open.................

8.756

8,742

14

Inclosed....................

157

145

12

Incandescent lighting - lamps in service -

Aggregate.............................

18,194,044

16,616,593

1,577,451

Commercial or other private, total. . .

17,738,384

16,243,853

1,494,531

16-candlepower

15,261,067

13,890,281

1,370,786

32-candlepower

514,679

484,246

30,433

All other candlepower

1,962,638

1,869,326

93,312

Public, total............

455,660

372,740

82,920

16-candlepower

296,776

235,842

60,934

32-candlepower

59,988

47,063

12,925

All other candlepower

98,896

89,835

9,061

Motors in service -

Stationary -

Number...............

101,064

99,102

1,962

Horsepower..................

624,686

619,283

5,403

Railway car, number of cars served..........

2,379

2,370

9

Character of ownership:

When installed -

Individual............

1,041

964

77

Corporation...............

1,921

1,828

93

Municipal.........................

658

13

645

Items.

Total.

Private stations.

Municipal stations.

Character of ownership - Continued:

In 1902 -

Individual............

756

756

Corporation......................

2,049

2,049

Municipal..........................

815

815

Character of service:

Arc lighting -

Commercial or other private.........................

2,020

1,667

353

Public...............................

2,522

1,810

712

Incandescent lighting -

Commercial or other private.........................

3,484

2,752

732

Public...............................

2,491

1,889

602

Motor power -

Stationery.....................

1.093

975

118

Electric railway.......................

159

157

2

All other.........................

161

152

9

Stocks and bonds issued, total par value..........

$639,125,363

$627,515,875

$11,609,488

Capital stock:

Authorized, total........................

$435,178,372

$435,178,372

Issued, total.............................

$372,951,952

$372,951,952

Dividends, total.....................

$6,189,837

$6,189,837

Common -

Authorized............................

$407,807,934

$407,807,934

Issued......................

$349,080,281

$349,080,281

Dividends............................

$5,560,341

$5,560,341

Preferred -

Authorized............................

$27,370,438

$27,370,438

Issued......................

$23,871,671

$23,871,671

Dividends............................

$629,496

$629,496

Bonds:

Authorized............................

$320,743,376

$308,117,894

$12,625,482

Outstanding.........................

$266,173,411

$254,563,923

$11,609,488

Interest........................

$12,623,545

$12,118,740

$504,805

Cost of construction and equipment:

To date..................................

$504,740,352

$482,719,879

$22,020,473

During the year.................................

$41,792,447

$40,050,613

$1,741,834

- Census Reports.