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In the following data the financial operations of all the municipal plants in the State are combined from the items relating to the manufacture and sale of gas and electricity in the returns of the last two years :

Electricity.

YEAR ENDING JUNE 30.

1909.

1910.

INCOME: –
From sale of commercial arc lights, .

sale of commercial incandescent lights,
sale of domestic incandescent lights,
sale of electric power,
sale to other plants,
rent of meters,
rent of motors,
rent of fixtures,
other sources,

$4,482 971 $4,089 721

5,003 861 7,251 871 238,772 252 274,026 782 189,381 322 208,390 34 ? 129,012 84 185,303 87

1,233 88 2,526 76 2,447 02 2,160 11

571 53 376 00

994 85 1,910 93 7,506 19 8,140 19

Total,

$579,406 71 $694,176 57 EXPENSES: Coal,

$159,819 91 $175,451 12 Oil and waste,

6,710 37 6,278 17 Water,

4,872 23 6,306 71 Wages at station,

107,805 69 111,429 32 Repairs of real estate,

4,564 08 8,130 01 Repairs of steam plant,

18,626 82 20,025 12 Repairs of electric plant,

6,430 51 9,282 01 Station tools and appliances,

2,463 25 3,018 59 Current bought,

65,084 31 65,369 58 Wages for care of lights, etc.,

30,442 45 34,559 53 Repairs of lines and lamps,

42,102 30 53,734 42 Carbons,

3,594 16 3,281 02 Incandescent lamps,

17,453 00 21,904 78 Globes,

844 88 1,323 90 Distribution tools and appliances,

12,487 74 15,199 22 General salaries,

31,556 66 34,678 27 Salaries of municipal light board,

2,430 00 2,562 50 Committee expenses,

82 46

87 99 Auditor's fees,

20 00 240 58 General office expenses,

13,020 14 13,929 12 Rents,

643 37 559 13 Insurance,

12,060 76 12,698 23 Law expenses,

504 30 271 10 Claims,

3 40 Bad debts,

1,089 72 334 97 Incidentals,

70 69 204 39 Total,

$544,779 80 $600,863 18 Leaving an apparent profit in operating account of $34,626 91 $93,313 39

With which is to be considered the following: Interest on notes and bonds,

79,856 93 82,523 27 Depreciation,

96,516 71 100,628 23 Losses on other items, :

6,315 11 2,742 05 Leaving, as the expenditures, for town and city lighting, $148,061 84 $92,580 16 Less gains on jobbing,

2,732 20 614 15 $145,329 64 $91,966 01

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EXPENSES:
Coal,
Gas oil,
Purifying materials,
Water,
Wages at works,
Repairs, real estate,
Repairs and maintenance at works,
Tools, apparatus and machinery,
Wages of meter takers, clerical labor in distribution

department,
Repairs, renewals and maintenance of mains and ser:

vices,
Distribution tools, etc.,
Repairs and renewals of meters,
Gas stove setting repairs and renewals,
General salaries,
Auditor's fees,
Salaries of municipal light boards,
Committee expenses,
General office expenses,
Insurance,
Law expenses,
Bad debts,
Incidentals,

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Aggregates from the balance sheets in the several municipal returns of the last two years show the following facts:

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Price.
The following table shows the prices charged by each municipality for commercial lights on June 30, 1910:-

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25 h. p.

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Discount of 20% on bills for incandescent

lights if paid before the 15th of the
month. Lamp renewals at cost. Min-
imum monthly charge of $1. Power
at 10 cents per k. w. h. net where con-
sumption per month is 100 k. w. h. or
more; under this amount same prices

and discounts as for commercial lights.
Meter rental 30 cents per quarter. Min-

imum charge, including meter rent,
$10 per year.

Power at 6 cents per
k. w. h.
Incandescent lamp renewals free. No

wiring. Meter rent 6 cents per month.
Power from 2 to 11.85 cents per k. w. h.
Steam, 33} cents per 1,000 pounds of
water condensed.

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