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SUBMITTED BY MR. CAPPER

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

February 17 (calendar day, February 20), 1931. Ordered, That the annual reports of the following-named public utility companies in the District of Columbia, for the year ended December 31, 1930, heretofore transmitted to the Senate, be printed as a Senate document: Capital Traction Co., Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., Georgetown Barge, Dock, Elevator & Railway Co., Georgetown Gas Light Co., Potomac Electric Power Co., Washington Gas Light Co., Washington Interurban Railroad Co., and Washington Railway & Electric Co. Attest:

Edwin P. THAYER, Secretary.

CONTENTS

Report of —

Georgetown Gas Light Co.----
Washington Gas Light Co...-
Georgetown Barge, Dock, Elevator & Railway Co.---
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co..
Capital Traction Co.-
Washington Railway & Electric Co...
Washington Interurban Railroad Co...-
Potomac Electric Power Co.---

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PUBLIC UTILITY COMPANIES

GEORGETOWN GAS LIGHT CO.

WASHINGTON, D. C., January 31, 1931. Hon. CHARLES CURTIS, President of the United States Senate,

Washington, D. C. SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a detailed statement of the business of the Georgetown Gas Light Co., together with a list of stockholders, for the year ended December 31, 1930. Very respectfully,

GEORGE B. FRASER,

Vice President.

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Detailed statement of the Georgetown Gas Light Co. for the year ended December 31,

1930 Book value of plant.-

$2, 877, 883. 11 Amount of paid-up capital stock,

150, 000. 00 Amount and character of indebtedness of the company: 50-year 5 per cent gold bonds

$1,000,000.00 Notes payable---

65, 000.00 Accounts payable (current)

169, 521. 22

1, 234, 521. 22 Extensions, equipment, construction, and betterments net, made in 1930: Works and station structures.

$122. 25 General structures..

8. 97 Mains.

83, 357. 27 Services

43, 503. 22 Street lighting equipment.

402. 78 Consumers' meters.

19, 798. 80 Consumers' meters installation.

2, 167. 54 General equipment --

2, 196. 06 Engineering and superintendence..

512. 68 Interest during construction -

378. 01

151, 582. 02

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Gas from other sources -
Transmission and distribution expense.
Street-lighting expenses.
Commercial expenses.
Administrative and general office salaries and expenses, including

law expenses.--Retirement expense

643, 997. 86 90, 391. 14

698. 31 41, 433. 15

23, 557. 54 22, 349. 67

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$119, 593. 46 $148, 166. 50 $56, 690. 87

None.

Average price received per 1,000 cubic feet sold consumers.
Total number of consumers' meters in use Dec. 31, 1930.,
Actual cost of extensions, equipment, construction, and better-

ments, net...
Amount expended for labor.
Amount paid in interest..
Dividends declared.
Amount set aside for depreciation and renewals after deducting
Samount paid for maintenance-
Total number of stockholders..
List of stockholders as at Dec. 31, 1930:

Robert D. Weayer..
George A. G. Wood.
Wilton J. Lambert.
George B. Fraser.
C. C. Glover, jr.
James M. Green.
Fred S. Burroughs-
Washington Gas Light Co.-

$22, 349. 67

8 Shares

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 5, 993

Total number of shares..

6, 000

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 88:

George B. Fraser, being first duly sworn on oath, deposes and says that he was and is the vice president of the Georgetown Gas Light Co. of Washington, D. C., and that the foregoing statements by him subscribed are true and correct to the best of his knowledge, information, and belief.

GEORGE B. FRASER. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of January, A. D. 1931. (SEAL.]

T. L. CONNOR, Notary Public, District of Columbia.

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