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£. R. MclNTYRB, field salary 326 10

special s[rant 105 83

press building $3000; mission work. $804.55, 3.804 55

passage and freight to United States, esti-
mated 350 00

additional home salary 111 13

tMiss C. M. B1S8INOBR, field salary 700 00

rent, school and mission work ' 1,150 00

received on the field last year for work 39 00

tMiss A. V. Johnson, field salary 700 00

school, mission work and rent 1.025 00

received on the field last year for work 148 03

C. L. Maxpibld. home salary 21333

special grant 307 79

passages and freight to Jaro, estimated 800 00

field salary 1908-9, $333-33; i9«>9-io. $1,200, 1.533 33

mission work 1.330 00

A. E. BiGBLow, field salary 1 ,000 00

special grant 100 00

mission work and rent 651 18

$39,025 19

117. BACOLOD

J. P. RussBLL. field salary $1,000 00

special grant 100 00

passages to Japan, estimated 300 00

mission work 970 00

tMiss L. B. KuHLBN, passage and freight to

United States, estimated 250 00

home salary 353 33

mission work 192 00

A. A. FoRSHBB, field salary, $1,200; balance for

1908-9, $250 1.450 00

touring and mission work 1 ,065 oc

specific gift for work 100 00

H. H. Stbinmbtz.M. D.. field salary 1,177 88

special grant 13 00

passage and freight of family to Japdn. esti- ^

mated 400 00

passage of son to Bacolod 17494

rent and mission work 1.735 00

IM1SS Sarah Whblpton, outfit^ $150: passage

and freight to Bacolod. estimated $300 450 00

field salary, estimated 583 » 33

mission work 50 00

$10,264 48
118. CAPIZ

J. C. RoBBiNS. passages and freight to United

States, estimated $700 00

home salary 637 75

special grant; 431 75

house, $4,000; mission work, $1.005 5.005 00

P. H. J. Lbrrigo. M. D., field salary 246 67

passages and freight to United States, esti-
mated 700 00

medical and mission work 1.050 00

additional home salary 142 20

special grant for study 100 00

*Mi88 Margarbt Suman, field salary 700 00

school and mission work a.575 00

received on the field last year for work 47 so ^



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*Mitt R. B. NicoLBT. passage and freight to

Philippines, estimated $300 00

field salary xo months, estimated 583 33

$13,209 30
Treasury and miwion expenses $xx7 67

$62,6x6 54
Less saved in appropriations of last jrear 7.x 14 qx

Total appropriations for the Philippine Islands. $55,502 53

MiMiont in Europe
FRANCE

Salaries and mission work under direction of

French Committee $ix,46o 00

^support of Bible women 980 00

^specific gifts for specific work 350 00

passage to United States of H. P. McCormick and

family, estimated 300 00

$13,090 00
Less saved in appropriations of last year 204 53 j

— : $12,885 47 ;

GERMANY

Salaries and mission work under direction of

German Committee $2,807 50

salary of Philipp Bickel x.ooo 00

salary of Mrs. J. G. Petzer to March 31, x9xo. . . . x7o 84

3.978 34 .^

SWEDEN

Salaries and mission work tmder direction of

Swedish Committee x.530 00

SPAIN I

M. C. Marin, field salary $600 00 \

allowance for daughter 200 00

mission work and rent x.ooo 00

passage to United States of Miss Marin, estimated . 200 00

$2,000 00
Less saved in appropriations of last year 102 49

1.897 51

RUSSIA

Salaries and mission work $1,300 00

specific gifts for special work 70 00

X.370 00

FINLAND
Salaries and mission work x.589 00

DENMARK
Salaries and mission work 1.345 00

NORWAY

Salaries and mission work z.55S 00

Total appropriations for Europe $26. 150 3s

Homes for Missionaries' Children

Appropriations $4.4>8 59

Total cost of the misAons $845,575 38



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Classipication or thb Forbgoino

Field salaries $281,836 a6

Mission work, buildings, etc 377f44i 58

Specific donations for same 33.804 35

Home salaries 77.451 50

Outfits and passages 70,6x3 xo

Homes for missionaries' children 4.428 59

f84S.S75 38

(a) FORSIOir ADimilSTRATIOll

Salary of Foreign Secretary $4,000 00

Salaries of general missionaries and expenses 1.53439

One half salary of Treasurer 1,500 00

One half salary assistant and clerks in Treasury

Department 3.509 x a

Salaries of assistant and clerks in Foreign Depart-
ment 4.74a 34

Office supplies in Foreign Department, inclu-
ding stationery. ty{>ewriters. furniture 668 3x

One half office supplies in Treasury Department,

including stationery, typewriters, furniture . . 50123

London Agency expenses 343 35

Traveling expenses of officers and others in

Foreign Department x,x57 93

Traveling expenses of missionaries and candidates

to meet Executive Committee 425 00

Medical examinations 73 30

Cables , 342 96

One half rent, lighting and janitor 4.41 a 99

Expenses of shipping department 1,575 87

$33.776 68

Total Foreign Field Expenses , $869,35906

n. HOME EXPENSES

(3) PROMOnOH OF INTBREST AND BERBnCENCE

One half salaries and expenses of District Secre-

_ twies ;••.••. .• ........... $X9.659 44

Traveling expenses of missionaries and others m

deputation work 3.593 9X

Expense of Baptist Forward Movement 3.333 33

Expense of Sunday School Cooperating Com-
mittee 1,638 09

Conferences 76 xx

Laymen's Missionary Campaign 6,865 57

Advertising 56 91

Expense of Budget Campaign, X908-9, $1,093.17:

X 9097x0, $4,517.58 5.60975

Life membership certificates 970

General literature. Annual Report, Missionary
Magcuifu, photographs, stereopticon, express,

postage, clerk hire, etc X4,635 88

$55,479 S9

(a) HOME ADMINISTRATION

Salary of Home Secretary $4,000 00

Salar)r of Acting Field Secretary 3,500 00

Salaries of assistants and clerks in Home Depart-
ment 6,700 63

One half salary of Treasurer x.500 00

Salary of Treasurer Emeritus x,x35 00

One half salary of assistant and clerks in Treasury

Department 3,509 23

One half salary and expenses of District Secre-
taries '9.659 43

Traveling expenses of officers and others in Home

Department ^ x.xs7 93

One half rent, lighting and janitor 4.413 00

Office supplies in Home Department, including

stationery, typewriters, furniture x, 670 76



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On* half oflSce supplies in Treasury Department,
JndiMJing stationery, typewriters, furniture. .

Legal expenses

Expense o€ annual meeting

Treasurer's bond, safe deposit vault and post
office box rent

New England Baptist Library

Taxes and insurance

Express, freight and postage

Bank collections

Telegraph and telephone

Alterations and repairs

Miscellaneous

Expert accountant's services

Committee of Reference and Counsel

World Missionary Conference

Traveling expenses of Board of Managers



Total Home Expenses.



$SOi 23




1.135 00




5,308 10




84 00




»33 6x




45 a9




371 ti




115 30




672 58




347 19




15S 54




aS4 as




50 00




44 50




526 95






•54.0S3 6«




$110,463 SX



m. AHNUITIES



Paid sundry annuitants who have given money on
condition that a specified sum shall be paid
during their lives or the lives of others S23<835 4X

IV. INTEREST ON LOANS

Pais during year $1. 123 8a

V. EXPENSE FUND NORTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION
Paid during year $4,623 19

$1,0x0.397 69
Balance in hand. April X, 19x0 x.iax 13

$i,oix.5i8 89



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RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES.
For the Year Ending March 31, 1910

Donations from churches, individuals, young people's societies
and Sunday schools, including specifics in America

(%6.7Al.Sl)

Specifics reported as received and used on the field . . .

AJrthington Trust

Property Fund

Educational Fund

Bible Day collections. 1908-9. 1909-xo

Legacies

Annuity bonds matured

Woman's Societies:

Woman's Baptist Porei^ Missionary Society

Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of the
West



Income of Funds:

Abbott

African Medical . . .

AUen

Alpha

Ambler

Ambler Memorial . . .

Ambler Sch<^arship

Angus Scholarship . .

Argabright

AxteU

" As Unto Him "...

Bailie

Bamford, C. L

Bamford, C. £. R. . .

Barney

Bellew

Bostwick

Bradford

Brown

Bryant

Buclcnell. Wm. Bible

Burke

Burman Theological
Seminary

Butler

Carleton

Carpenter. C. H

Carpenter Scholar-
ship

Chandler

Cheney

Colby.E.S

Colby.M.L

Cook

Cox

Crozier

Davis, Isaac

Davis, J. M

Dean

Dizer

Drown

Dunbar

Dunham

Eastbum

Eaton

Educational Endow-
ment

Eldredge, L

Eldredge. T

Faye

Fiskc

Flint

French Mission

Frye



$6x1


55


ISO


00


37


76


SaS


34


139


00


735


17


XS


00


16


oa


4


00


4


98


40


00


40


00


4


32


XX


34


x88


88


10


57


4.938


74


78 62


16


x6


a6


09


188


00


a


00


xoo


00


so


00


5


60


3


a?


437


85


83


45


a9S


63


30


7S


so


00


X2


96


3


08


168


75


300


00


6a


6a


40


00


40


00


34


48


20


36


12a


09


2


68


130


19


a.372


35


S


07


40


00


3


30


14


92


250


00


201


16


147


07



Gale

Glover

Guth

Ham

Hawkes

Hoyt

Insein Seminary. . . .
*ames

enkins

bhn

bhnson

ones. B. E

ones. J. J

Caren School Book,
Karen Seminary ....
Kelly Scholarship. . .

Kimball

Latourette

Legacy Y

Lees

Lewis

Luichiu Islands

Little

Logan

MahHninE

Mendenhall

Merrick

MerriU

MUls

Moulton

Nason

Native Preachers . . .

Norcross

Ongole College En-
dowment

Owen

Parker

Parks

Pease

Permanent

Pillsbury

Porter

Putnam

Quincy

Ramapatnam

Rangoon College . . .

Renfrew

Roberts

Rockwell

Rogers

Ruth

Sawtelle

Shady Dell

Sheldon



$595,967


83






35.046


51






x.aso


00






19.379


47






xa.ooo


00






943


41










$654,587


27






9a.53S

27.033


68






79


$133,825


30






59.936


53










$183,761


83


!S'


98
45
39






5


34






ao


20






x,049


43






347


84






38


74






X47


05






30


00






32


00






13


83






3.305


ox






322


61






149


73






IS


00






964


51






X


62






64 96






19


00






4


56






300


00






200


00






2


00






81


84






77


28






2.896


73






22


63






/


50






20


20






181


39






ao


70






28


13






X.868


13






637


26






83


80






60


2S






7


18






3.739


90






a88


05






44


13






108 48






5


55






X.190


38






4a


50






ao


00






350


00






4


64






250


00






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08






8


54






449


82






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AMERICAN BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY [Report



Sherman . . . .

Smith

Swaim

Sweet..

Tage

Thomas

Toungoo —

?X;.-.::::

Van Husen.



$40 00



91


it


.1S4


383


8S


45


51


136


so


131


68


67


23


xo


8a


80


00



Income gtmdry annuity bonds



Wade Scholarship. .

Warne

Wells

Whiting

Williams

Wisler

Woman's

Wormsley



$68 39

907 58

80 00

43 39

20 00

16 95

I 00

ai6 51



$34.axa 87
18.807 43



In addition to the above $1,011,5x8 8a

There have been added to permanent ftinds and

those on which aimuities have been paid 9.033 aa

Making the gross receipts for the year



$53.oao 30
$1.011.518 8a



$i,oao,553 05



Abbott. E. L. En-
dowment

African Medical ....

t Allen, Julia I.. Me-
morial ;.. . .

Alpha

Ambler. A. T

Ambler, J. V.. Me-
morial

Ambler. J. V., Schol-
arship

Angus Scholarship . .

Argabright, S. V

Axtell. Hannah E...

♦"As Unto Him"..

Bailie. David

Bamford, C. L

Bamford, C. E. R. . .

Barney, B.B

Bellew. William B...

Bishop

Bostwick, J. A

Bradford. S. S

Brown, Jeimie

Bryant

Bucknell. M. C

Bucknell, Wm. Bible

Burke, J. W

♦Burman Theologi-
cal Seminary

Butler, Chas. T

Carleton. Adora A.,
Memorial

CwT>entcr, C. H

Carpenter Scholar-
ship

Chandler, Elizabeth
B

Cheney, Joel

Colby. E.S

Colby.M.L

Cook, Chapman M. .

Cox, EfReW

Crosier. Sallie L

Davis. Isaac

Davis, James M

Dean. William

Diser, Marshall C. . .

• Added during the year,
t Increased during the year.
I Decreased during the year.



$13-669


50


3,6a7


58


776 06


xa.83X


73


3.500


00


13.000


00


300


00


500


00


xoo


00


124


44


5.000


00


x,ooo


00


50


00


aoo


00


5,000


00


xQa


X4


34.167


23


ia,50c


00


x.cco


00


400


00


453


71


x,ooo


00


2.414


73


xoo


00


2.COO


00


x.oco


00


700


00


3,169


68


7,6co


22


1.555


85


7,307


96


476


32


x.ooo


00


324


00


X54


00


3,000


00


5,000


00


3.412


50


x.ooo


00


1,000


00



LIST OF FUNDS



Drown, Mary N

Dimbar. Robert. . . .

Dunham, Sabra

Eastbum, Martha,
Memorial

tEaton, Fidelia D. . .

t Educational En-
dowment

Eldredge. Lyman . .

Eldredge, Truman . .

Paye. Daniel

Fiske. Theron

Flint, Harriet N

Fox. Daniel

French Mission

Fry,L.R.,Mr8

Gale, Susan H

Glover, Henry R

•Goodrich Scholar-
ship

tOuth. William C.
Memorial

Ham. William

Hawkes.A. K

Hoyt, Joseph B

♦Holton. Ruth E..
Memorial •. . .

Insein Seminary. . . .

James. William

Jenkins. Horace E.
C. M. T. School.

John, Frank

Johnson. Stisannah.

ones.B. E

ones, John J

^udson Scholarship.

KareniSchool Book.

Karen Seminary

Kelly Scholarship...

Kimball. Edmund. .

Latotirette. E. S

Legacy, Y

Lees, W. B

LewiSj Mary J

Liuchiu Islands

Little, George W

Logan. John

MahHnin, E



$800


00


500


00


4,763


50


8.59S


08


50


38,377


78


xoo


00


x.ooo


00


81


17


X.873


70


5.000


00


500


00


5.089


30


3.08s 89


i,4a6 89


5,000


00


50


00


100


00


89


55


500


00


24.523


00


300


00


4.I9X


50


800


00


4.000


00


500


00


400


00


500


00


50,000


00


538


75


7,035


40


3,000


00


300


00


a 1. 000


00


29


00


1,610


30


475


00


^338


35


5,000


00


5.000


00


too


00


X.780


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Mendenhall, Thomas

G S1.933 33

Merrick. Austin 77.78a 31

MerrilLS. Emma... saa 17

Mills, Thomas L. . . . 150 00
Moulton, Greenleaf,

Memorial 500 00

Nason, James 7.096 xx

Native Freachers. . . a 369 38
NorcrosB. Stephm

W. 500 00

Nowland. Liicy A. . . x i 43
Ongole College En-

dowment 48>xo4 00

Owen, William B.... xa.ooo 17

Parker. Eveline B. . . x.455 63

Parks, Louisa M. . . . x.ooo 00

Pease, William M.. . 358 70

Permanent 85,20898

Pillsbuiy, Geor^ A. 5.000 00

Porter. Ben jamm. . . x.ooo 00

Prescott, A. J. 500 00

Price, J. D., Scholar-
ship............. 538 75

Putnam, B., Memo-
rial a,45o 00

Quincy. Robert 90 50

Ramapatnam Semi-
nary 36,a66 59

Rangoon Baptist

College End x .065 00

Rangoon College.... x.ooo 00

Roberts. Elizabeth. 4.000 00

Robinson, Jane E.. . xoo 00

Rockwell. Rufus 330 90

Rogers, Alexander

W X x.ooo 00



Rowland, Pnissta... $363 95

Ruth. Mordecai T. . . 5.34368

♦Renfrew, Jefferson, x.ooo 00
Sawtelle, Elizabeth

S aoo 00

Shady Dell 10.850 00

Sheldon x.ooo 00

Sheldon, Chaunoey, 350 00

Sherman. George J. . x.ooo 00

Smith, Samuel r.... a,ooo 00
Swaim. Mary A.,

Noble 9,000 00

Sweet, John D xo.ooo 00

Tage, James M 79035

Thomas 3.5oo 00

Thompson, Rachel,

Memorial x,ooo 00

Totmgoo-Karen N.

S 3.306 XX

Tripp, Susan x,x67 99

Tuil Memorial 350 00

VanHusen. C a, 000 00

Wade Scholarship. . x,6a6 X5

Ward Trust 4.000 00

Wame, Joseph A. .. . 18,7x3 X3

Wells. Susan E a.ooo 00

Whiting, Martha... X.X67 50

Williams, Catherine, 500 00

tWisler. Harry E. . . 390 00
Woman^s A. V. B.

Ch. 35 00

WoolvertonjGco. A. 5,000 00

Wormsley, Thomas, 5.000 00



f739.X35 30



Sundry annuity \)onds reported last year $463,846 44

Less matured and transferred 34.533 79

S439.333 65

New bonds and increases 33,873 70



4S3.I9S 35
Sx.x93.330 65
CHAS. W. PERKINS,

Treasurer.



CERTIFICATE OF AUDITING COMMITTEE

Foreign Mission Rooms, Ford Building, Boston, Mass., April a6, xqxo.

The Auditing Committee hereby certify that they have examined the cash book of the
Treasurer each month during the year ending March 31, 19x0, and fotmd the balances correct,
the payments being properly vouched.

They have also examiiied the securities belonging to the American Baptist Foreign
Mission Society and find the same in hand or properly accoxmted for.

Frank K. Linscott,
Sidney A. Wilbur,

Auditing Committee.



• Added dtiring the year,
t Increased during the year.



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BALANCE SHEET, APRIL 7, I9J0

Assets

General Investments of Permanent and Temporary Funds

and Annuity Bonds, Book Values $1,144,617 79

Investments for Special Funds and Annuity Bonds, Book

Values, contra 82,133 33

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable and Advanced Expenses, 76,07 a tz

Missionaries — Accounts Receivable 37i95o 50

Debit Balances on account of Children's Homes 1.347 a6

Notes Receivable 3.133 33

Boston Drafts sent to Mission Treasurers, and not presented

for payment, contra 371,500 00

Cash Balance 358.299 61

$1,965,053 93

Liabilities

Permanent Funds in General Investments $667,001 97

Goodnow Estate 18,657 94

Annuity Bonds in General Investments 465.3 23 1 7

$1,150,983 08

Funds and Annuity Bonds specially invested,

contra 82.133 33

Gifts held in trust for Special Purposes or Future

Use 25.259 69

Famine Ftmds unexpended 13.391 55

Miscellaneous Accoimts Payable 5.775 20

Missionaries — Accounts Payable 18.907 ao

Notes Payable 50,000 00

Unexpended Balances of Appropriations for

Current Year in the Foreign Field 341.137 63

Treasurer's Drafts Outstanding, contra 371.500 00

Premium and Suspense Accoimts 5.845 is

Surplus 1,121 13

$1,965,053 93



April 25. 1910.
to thb exbcutivb committbb op thb

American Baptist Forbion Mission Socibty,
Boston. Massachusetts
Dear Sirs, — In accordance with your instructions we have audited the books and ac-
counts of the Society for the year ended March 31, 1910.

We verified the additions of the cash book for the entire year and checked the dis*
bursements with the supporting vouchers on file in the Treasurer's office. The balance of
cash as of March 31st was verified by a reconciliation of the bank statement and a count of
the office cash on the date of closing. The securities were produced to us and checked
against the schedules of investments, which agreed with the trial balance.

The Treasurer's statement of receipts and appropriations, and the accompanying
balance sheet which we have prepared, are accurate transcripts from the books of account.
The revision of accounting practise which is now in progress will provide a more complete
exhibit of the financial affairs of the Society.

Very respectfully,

HARVEY S. CHASE AND COMPANY.

Certified Public Accountants,



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1910] FINANCIAL EXHIBITS I97

FINANQAL EXHIBITS

NOTE: The Treasurer's report constitutes a formal and technical statement of the year's
receipts and expenditures. Manifestly it cannot contain full explanation of all items. The
following exhibits have been prepared for the purpose of analyzing the report and ma kin g
clear some details which otherwise might be obscure to the casual reader. They will repay
careful study.

EXHIBIT L GENERAL SUMMART OF RECEIPTS
Donations:

Churches, individuals, Sunday schools and young people's
societies in America, including $6,341.5 x* specifics re>

ceived from America $595,967 83

Specifics reported as received and used on the field 35.046 51*

Arthington Trust, England t 1.350 00*

Propert y Fund 19.379 47*

Educational Fund 1 3,000 oo*

Bible Day Collections, 1908-10 943 4X

$654,587 aa

Legacies 92.535 68

Axmuity Bonds Matured 37.693 79

Income of Funds 34. ax a 87

Income of Sundry Annuity Funds 18,807 43t

Woman's Societies:

Bast 133.835 30*

West 59.936 53*

X83.76X 83

Receipts $1,011,5x8 8s

Addea to Permanent Funds 9.033 23*

Total receipts $1,030,553 05

NoTB. — Thb avbraob gift pbr mbmbbr is $0,654.



EXHIBIT XL GENERAL SUMMART OF PAYMENTS

Foreign Field Expenses:
Cost of the Missions

Missionaries* field salaries $381,836 36

Mission work, building, etc 377.44X 58

Specific donations for same 33.804 35

Home salaries and special grants 77.451 50

Outfits and passages 70.6x3 xo

Homes for missionaries' children 4.438 59

$845,575 sH

Foreign Administration 33,776 68

— ^— — — $869,353 06
Home Expenses:

Promotion of Interest and Beneficence $55,479 59

Home Administration 54.983 63

XXO.463 31

Interest on Annuitiesl • 23.835 41

Interest on Loans a. 133 83

Expense Fund Northern Baptist Convention 4.633 19

Total Appropriations $1,010,397 69

Added to Permanent Fundsll 9.033 33

Total Payments $1,019,430 93

Balance on hand. April X, 1910 x,x3x 13

$1,030,553 05



* These amounts, a total of $350,471. 04, add nothing to the funds available for general
uses, since they are by the wish of the donors applied directly to fixed items.

t This amount was immediatelv applied to the payment of interest on outstanding annuity
bonds, the principal of which will, upon the death of annuitants, be available for the work
of the Society.

1 Of this amount $36,150.33 was for missions in Europe.

I This was paid in part by the income of sundry annuity funds: see item, " Income of
Sundry Annuity Funds." in Exhibit I.

II See corresponding item in Exhibit I.



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198 AMERICAN BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY [Report

EXHIBIT m. AVERAGE AHNUAL GIFT PER MEMBER

Preouoit inquiry is made u to the average annual gift for foreign mission* by our
people, while such statistics are interesting, they are in a sense misleading, and certainly
do not do justice to those who give so largely and make up so liberally for the thousands
who give nothing. There is also a difference of opinion as to what contributions should
form the basis for this calculation.

Tbb avbraob oipt pbr mbmbbr is pound to SB $0.6x4.

This is based on an estimated membership in the northern and one half of the border
states of x,34aiX99 in XX|3X4 churches, as given in the Baptist Year Book for 19x0, and
receipts of the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society for X909-X9X0, as follows:

Amounts received from churches, individuals. Sunday schools "

and young people's societies, including specific gifts received

in America $595,967 83

One half specific gifts received on field $25,046 51 X2,5a3 36

For property account 19,379 47

From educational fund x3,ooo 00

Bible Day collections, 1908-X9XO 943 41

From Woman's Societies 183.761 83

$834,575 80
The above does not include the following items:

The Arthington Trust of England $x.s5o 00

L^iracies 93.535 68

One half specific gifts received on field 13,533 35

Additions to permanent funds 9.033 aj

Income of annuity bonds 18,807 43

Income of ftmds 34.sx s 87

Annuity bonds matured 37.633 79

$195.976 35

$x,030,55a 05

If the amounts contributed by the Woman's Societies are excluded, the average gift
would be $0,477.

If, together with the contributions of the Woman's Societies, a few large gifts be also
excluded, the average gift would be $0,347.



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RECEIPTS BY DISTRICTS AND STATES



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RECEIPTS BY DISTRICTS AND STATES

NOTE. — The following tables formerly appeared in connection with the reports of the District Secretaries-
The items given correspond exactly with the same items on the books of the Treasurer. The tables do not
purport to contain a complete exhibit of the receipts of the Society, but simply those from the regular sources
m the several districts and states. A few contributions were received by each of the two Woman's Societies
from states outside their territory; these have been included in the amounts given.



W. E. WllTER


NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT

D. D., District Secretary






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