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as an identification of persons aided ; others set down every visit
made, but the history of the family is so poorly recorded that
it is impossible for any one not in charge of the case to judge
whether the work being done is based upon a plan or is wholly
haphazard.

The directors should issue an annual report of their work,
either as a pamphlet or an account published in the local paper,
which should contain a list of the officers and workers, an audited
and itemized account of receipts, expenses and investments, the
number of cases handled, and their disposition. The plan of
work and the methods used should be clearly stated so as to show
whether the society is rendering genuine service. The appeal for
support should rest upon considerations of good work done and
not upon purely sentimental grounds.

This outline of general standards of work which applies
equally to all the charitable agencies is intended to be suggestive
merely. The question of what are the best accepted methods in
particular fields of work is one which a number of societies have
discussed in conferences with the Board. The whole question

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xii STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.

of good standards lies at the door of all charitable endeavor, if
the result is to justify the time and expenditure involved. Feel-
ing the importance of this matter the Board welcomes every step
taken by the various charitable agencies to formulate and follow
reasonable standards in their methods of work, and to bring
them to the notice of others in the same field.

Annual Baporti of Charitable Corporations.

The law provides that the Board shall receive annual reports
of all charitable corporations whose personal property is exempt
from taxation, and for the dissolution of corporations which fail
for two successive years to report to this Board. The text of
the law is as follows : —

Acts of 1913, Chapter 82.
An Act relative to Reports of Charitable Corporations.

Section 1. Section fourteen of chapter eighty-four of the Revised
Laws, as amended by chapter four hundred and two of the acts of the
year nineteen hundred and three, is hereby further amended by adding
at the end thereof the following : — If any corporation subject to the
provisions of this act shall fail for two successive years to file the said
report, the supreme judicial court, upon application by the state board
of charity, after notice and a hearing, may decree a dissolution of the
corporation, — so as to read as follows: — Section 14, A charitable
corporation whose personal property is exempt from taxation under the
provisions of clause three of section five of chapter twelve shall annually,
on or before the first day of November, make to the state board of
charity a written or printed report for its last financial year, showing
its property, its receipts and expenditures, the whole number and the
average number of its beneficiaries and such other information as the
board may require. If any corporation subject to the provisions of this
act shall fail for two successive years to file the said report, the supreme
judicial court, upon application by the state board of charity, after
notice and a hearing, may decree a dissolution of the corporation.

Section 2. This act shall take effect upon the first day of November
in the year nineteen hundred and thirteen.

Of the 744 corporations whose returns were called for during
the last official year, 42 failed to respond ; 34 of these delinquents
have heretofore made the return. The remaining 702 corpora-
tions filed reports, 23 of them for the first time ; 5 were received
too late to appear in this report.

The names of delinquent corporations follow: —



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Part II.] CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS. xiii



Corporations which havb failed to pill out and return Blanks

SENT TO them THIS YeAR.

Army Nurse Association of Massachosetts, Boston.

Asrath Noshim, Lawrence.

Bikor Cholim Society, Worcester.

Brockton Visiting Nurse Association, Brockton.

Cambridge Young Men's Christian Association, Cambridge.

Chicopee Falls Masonic Home Association, Chicopee.

Children's Home, LowelL

Clinton Home for Aged People, Clinton.

Everett Cottage Hospital, Everett.

Framingham Hospital, Framingham.

Free Home for Consumptives in the City of Boston, Dorchester.

Grace Hospital, Boston.

Gwynne Temporary Home for Children, Boston.

Hebrew Ladies' Charitable Association, Chelsea.

Hebrew Ladies' Helping Hand Society, New Bedford.

In His Name Society, Maiden.

Ladies' Benevolent Society of Newbury, Newbury.

Massachusetts Maternity and Foundling Hospital Corporation, Boston.

Millet Sanitarium, Inc., East Bridgewater.

New Bedford Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, New Bedford.

New Bedford Young Men's Christian Association, New Bedford.

Newburyport Howard Benevolent Society, Newburyport.

Particular Council St. Vincent de Paul of the City of Boston.

Pentacostal Home Association, Cambridge.

Public Hospital of Hyde Park, Hyde Park.

Recever Unterstuzung Verein, Boston.

Roxbury Ladies' Aid and Fuel Society, Roxbury.

Salem Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Salem.

Salem Relief Committee, Inc., Salem.

Society for the Burial of the Poor, Roxbury.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Particular Council of Lynn, Lynn.

Somerville Children's Home and Day Nursery Association, Somerville.

Springfield Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis, Springfield.

Syrian Burial Society, Boston.

Unitarian Service Pension Society, Boston.

United States Volunteer life Saving Corps of Volunteer Life Savers,

Boston.
United Sjnrian Charitable Society, Boston.
Vineyard Haven Sanitarium, Tisbury.
Westfield Home for Aged Women, Westfield.
Worcester Social Settlement Association, Worcester.
Young Men's Hebrew Association, Boston.
Young Men's Hebrew Association, Maiden.



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xiv STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17. Part II.

Reports from the following corporations were received too late
to be printed in this report, but are on file : —

Melrose Hospital Association, Melrose.

South Boston Lithuanian Benevolent Society, South Boston.

Taunton Boys' Club Association, Taunton.

Young Men's Christian Association, Fitchburg.

Young Men's Christian Association, Quincy.



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REPORTS



Here follow abstracts of reports of corporations for the last
financial year available. The reports are arranged by towns,
in alphabetical order under each town. At the end will be
found an alphabetical index of all corporations.



Abington.

ABmOTON TOUNQ MIN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 164 North ATe.,

North Abington. (Incorporated 1904.)

B«port for year ending Maj 1, 1918.

Albert W. Johnson, President; William P. Bumham, Secretary;
F. N. Sanderson, Treasurer; H. C. Dudley, Oeneral Secretary.

Improvement of the spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical
welfare of young men.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.



Xumber aided during

Dr,
Caah on hand

Snbsfriptioni and donations
Ifembenhipt
Dormitory rentals
Committee receipts
Pool and bowling .


year, abo

91 69
1.678 50
508 00
542 25
260 86
298 96

21 05


Ut 350.

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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofBcc

supplies
Heat, light, and power .
Furnishings and incidenta
• repairs
Committee work .
Janitor supplies and extra

wages
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


92,114 80

182 28
884 18

280 84
589 94


Total current receipts
Loans to income (note)


98,295 81
500 00


185 48
85 12




98,771 99
28 82




98,795 81


98,795 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$25,000.



Adams.



(In-



8I8TXB8 or PBOVIDINCK (QBITLOCK BIST), Bast St., Adams.

eorporated 1S9S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Bt. Bev. Thomas D. Beaven, President; Sister M. Agatha, Seci^e-
tary; Mother Mary of Providence, Treasurer; Sister Mary Magda-
lene, Superintendent,



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Treatment of patients suffering from nervous debility, brain tire,
convalescence after illness, or such chronic disease as stomach trou-
ble, rheumatism, etc.

Number of paid officers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 350, viz., 317 paying, 17 partly pay-
ing, 16 free.



Df.
Cash on hand
From beneflciariM
Snbacriptiong and donations



Or,



1104


46


Salaries and waget .


11,105 DO


13,529


05


Printing, poatag^i and oflleo




849


54


inppUea ....


135 CO






ProTiaions and lappUea


6.843 06






Heat, Ught, and poww


1,705 82






Fnmishinga and incidental








repairs ....


2.713 11






Insurance ....


168 OO






Interest on mortgage .


1.786 OO






Payment on note


836 00






Hiscellaneoas

Total current expenses .


174 87




118,893 85






Oash on hand


90 IS


118.488


04


118,488 04



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$41,500 ; amount of mortgage on same, $31,000.

Amesbuby.

AMI8BURT AND SALISBURY HOMI rOB AQBD WOMBN, 176 BUin

St., Amesbury* (Inooiporated 1874.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Agnes M. Horton, President; Francis B. Clement, Secretary;
Alfred C. Webster, Treasurer; Jessie P. Wells, Matron.

Home for aged women, Protestants, at least sixty-five years of
age, inhabitants of Amesbury or Salisbury for five years. Admis-
sion, $100, and conveyance of property to Home.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 9.



Dr.
From beneflciariee
SubecriptionB and donations
Income from investmenti
Bequest without restrictions .
From estates



1800 00

80 00

1.521 82

4,848 68

161 19



16.861 69



Or.
Salaries and wages
Heat, light, and power
Repairs

Drugs and medicines
Extra nursing
Miscellaneous



Total current expenses
Deposited in national bank
Income inrested .



. 11,858


50


288


60


140


24


28


8S


100


00


68


46


. 11,924 57


4.848


6S


88


44



16,861 69



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$10,000; value of investments, $48,276.96.

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THS AMI8BURT HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, AmMbury. (Incorporated

1908.)

Report for year ending November 80, 1918.

Cynis W. Eowell, President; J. Elmer Brierly, Secretary; Har-
vey B. Locke, Treasurer.



Dr.
Cash on hand .
Sabeeriptions and donation!
Income from inveetmenta



1709 88

11

28 28

1788 22



Or,



Oaahonhand .



1788 22



1788 22



Not yet in operation.



UkDIBS' CHASITABLX SOCUTT Or AMISBURT, AmMbury. (Incor-
porated 1887.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. E. A. Childs, President; Mrs. J. A. Douglass, Secretary
and Treasurer.

To aid the Protestant poor of Amesbnry.

Number aided during year, 51 ; number of families aided, 23.



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Oaahonhand .... |16 84

SnbacriptionB and donations 85 92

Income from inTeatmenta 868 88

9466 14

Value of investments, $8,606.29



€r.

Provisions and supplies
Cash on hand .



1890 60
75 54



1466 14



TOima MBN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Or AMISBURT, 5 High St.,
Amesbury. (Incorporated 1890.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Otis P. Mudge, President; William Himter, Recording Secretary;
William A. Proctor, Treasurer; J. E. Trombia, General Secretary.
Benevolent institution to advance Christianity among young men.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 2.



Dr.
Gaah on hand

Snbaeriptions and donations
Income from investments
Ifemberships
Miscellaneoas


945 45

855 00

85 00

671 75

1,187 89


Or.
Salaries and wages
Heat, light, and power .
Fnmishings and incidental

repairs
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


91,628 50
891 94

158 28
170 81




92,889 08
6 06




92,845 09


92,845 09



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$1,400; value of investments, $4,126.

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Amhebst.

AMHIB8T HOMI rOB AQID WOMBN, PlMiant 8t.» North AmhortU

(Incorporated 1909.)

Report for year ending January 18, 1918.

Walter D. Cowls, President; Forester P. Ainsworth, Secretary;
Caroline T. Htmt, Treasurer; Mrs. Mary Caroline Leach, Superin -
tendent.

Home for American women, not less than sixty-five years of age,
residents of Amherst and Sunderland. Admission fee, $400.

Number of paid ofiicers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 7.



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Caah on hand |186 79

From beneflciariea 2,500 00

Snbacriptiona and donation! 242 00

Income from inTestmenta 1,078 08

Matron's receipta . 14 47



94.015 29



Of.




Salariea and wagea


9881 07


ProTiiions and snppliei


581 80


House furnishings, etc.


170 66


Pnd


108 84


Honse improTementa .


418 45


Oas range installed


58 OO


Interest ....


49 OO


Telephone, water, and inei-




dentals ....


85 59


Total current expenses


91,798 00


Income inrested .


2,084 10


Gash on hand


188 19



94,015 29



Value of investments, $14,907.74.



Andover.



(Incorporated 1896.)

1918.



ANDOVXB aUILD, 10 Brook St., AndoTar.

Report for year ending April 80,

Philip F. Ripley, President; Mrs. Bernard M. Allen, Secretary j
Frederic G. Moore, Treasurer; Mrs. Grace M. Tower, Superin-
tendent.

Educational and philanthropic work in the town of Andover.
Sewing, millinery, cooking, and dressmaking for women's work.
Sloyd and basketry for boys' work. Gymnasium for all.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 347, all partly paying; number of
families aided, 1.



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Cash on hand ... |48 14

Subscriptions and donations 2»707 96

Entertainments and sales 281 14

MisceUaneoos ... 25 63



18,062 90



Or.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Relief work .
Summer school
Entertainments
Class and club work
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



11,113 87



52


88


847
1


29


156


60


14


19


587


68


118


52


685


69


27


28


. 98,047 85


15


05



18,062 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes^
$9,000.



▲HDOVnt HOMI rOB AQID PEOPLE, 4 Punohard ATe., AndofW. (In-

oorporated laso.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Frederic S. Boutwell, President; Mrs. Ida M. McCurdy, Secre-
iary; David Shaw, Treasurer; Mrs. Mary C. Lewis, Matron.

Home for women, not less than sixty years of age, natives of
Andover, or residents of Andover for not less than ten years prior
to application. Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 3.



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Or.



Subscriptions and donations


985 76


Salaries and wages


$748 62


Income from iuTestments


1,885 09


Printing, postage, and ofllce




Kiseellaneous


80 80


supplies ....


12 85






ProTisions and supplies


502 98






Heat, Ught, and power


825 14






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


101 79






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


192 78




11,883 61






Transferred to capiUl .


68 08




11,951 64


11,951 64



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,764.98; value of investments, $42,453.01.



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Abunoton.

OBDIB or 8T. AMIII (8T. JOHH'8 HOU8K FOB CHILDRBN), 181 Appl*-
ton St., Arlincton H^ifhtt. (Incorporated 1911.)

B«port for year ending December 81, 1912.

Sr. Etheldred, President and Superintendent; William Odlin,
Secretary; Sr. Anne, Treasurer.

Beligious, charitable, and educational.

Number of paid employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 23, viz., 2 paying, 14 partly paying,
7 free.



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Of.



Oath on hand


11,400


24


Wages


11,269 55


SnbeeriptionB and donationi


8,074


82


Printing, postage, and offlee


Income ....


2,004


46


sni»plies .


789 88


Board ....


1,482


00


Provisions and supplies


8,441 59


"Gemt" . . . .


477


09


Oroonds and chapel .


805 10


Ifiacellaneont


88


09


Heat and light .
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
Clothing .
Doctors and drags .
Oar fares and express
MisoeUaneons

Total current expenses


988 89

1,004 89
815 76
875 82
180 07
290 58




19,810 68








Interest on mortgage .


1,004 89








Building fund .


2,188 44








Oash on hand


1,017 74




118.471


70


118,471 70



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$24,000; amount of mortgage on same, $10,776.



8TMMS8 ABUNOTOM HOSPITAL, off SuinnMr St., Arlington. (Incor-
porated 1901.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

H. A. Phinney, President; E. A. Ryder, Secretary; J. L. Taylor,
Treasurer.
To maintain a hospital and training school for nurses.
Number of paid employees, 14.
Number aided during year, 217.



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Oftth on hand
From benefleiaries
Snbsoriptions and donation!
Intereit



Cr.



17,757


85


Salaries and wages .


$4,276 46


6,999


08


Printing, pottage, and office




7,426


96


■uppUee . . . -.


528 08


54


64


Provisions and supplies


8,866 86






Heat, light, and power


989 88






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


886 94






Insurance ....


48 07






Corporation expenses .


95 68






Depreciation on furnishings








and fixtures .


1,104 48






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


84 64




$11,275 54






Expenditures on capital ac^








count ....


12,064 17






Supplies on hand


821 82






Gash on hand .


788 18




$24,894 21






Payments on above bills








not yet made .


2.656 78


$23,287


48


$22,287 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$46,011.68.

Athol.

ATHOL TOUNG MIN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 606 Main St., Athol.
(Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

L. S. Starrett, President; Wilbert C. Tandy, Secretary; Daniel
P. Eamball, Treasurer; R. N. Berry, Oeneral Secretary,

The betterment — physically, mentally, morally, and spiritually
— of all young men and boys living in Athol and vicinity. Fee
from $2 to $10 per year.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 364.



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Caah on hand


M79 24


Salaries and wages


$4,869 04


Sabseriptioni and donations .


2.451 25


Printing, postage, and oiBce




Memberthip and other fees .


4,881 88


supplies ....


152 64


Miseellaneoni


99 15


Prorisions and snppHes


188 02






Heat, light, and power


1.029 24






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


817 82






Educational, religious work.








etc


785 90






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


806 52




$7,598 68






Cash on hand


288 29




$7,861 97


$7,861 97



Of.



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$55,000.



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Attleborough.

ATTLBBOBOUOH HOSPITAL (OFl&ATINa STU&DT MIMORIAI.
HOSPITAL), Park St., AtUeboroufh. (Ineorporsted 1910.)

Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

Joseph L. Sweet, President; Charles H. Wheeler, Secretary; Ed-
ward L. Gowen, Treasurer; Miss G. G. Eice, Superintendent.

Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$55,000.

Sturdy Memorial Hospital opened April 14, 1913.

Avon.

THE LUTHKtAN ORPHANS' HOME BOARD, Main St., Atoii. (Incor-
porated 1906.)
Report for year ending April 12, 1918.

Dr. C. F. Johansson, President; Rev. F. A. Engstrand, Secretary;
C. W. 0. Lawson, Treasurer; Miss Amalia Rabenius, Matron.
To care for orphan and destitute children.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
Number aided during year, 42, viz., 14 partly pajdng, 28 free.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Guardians ....

Total current receipts .
Loans to income



$586 80

5,148 09

777 00

$6,506 89
6,500 00



$18,006 89



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Salaries and wages $1,821 98

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 112 51

ProTisions and supplies 1,856 17

Interest, insurance, water,

and tax . 1,058 53

Heat, light, and power 242 12

Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
New buildings .
Miscellaneous



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



1,580 69

6,856 54

406 27

$12,879 76
126 68

$18,006 89



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$34,975; amount of mortgage on same, $11,000.

Ater.

ATER HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, Ayer. (Incorporated 191S.)
Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

George H. Hill, President; Thomas F. Mullin, Secretary; Ed-
ward A. Richardson, Treasurer.

Providing and maintaining a hospital in the town of Ayer for



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the care^ cure and relief of sick and injured persons irrespective of
' creed, color or nationality.



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Subscriptiont and donations
Income from inveatmentB



$800 00
16 00

$816 00



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Income inyested
Cash on hand .



$16 00
800 00

$816 00



Not yet in operation.



Babnstable.

HTAMNI8 NORMAL 8TUDKNT8' PIBMAMENT LOAN 7UND GOMPANT,
Bamitable. (Incorporated 1907.)

Report for year ending Jnne 26, 1918.

William A. Baldwin, President; Charles H. Morrill, Secretary;
Edward L. Chase, Treasurer,

To aid promising students in procuring an education at the
Hyannis Normal School by means of loans and otherwise.



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Cash on hand .
From beneficiaries
Oontributions .



$865 14

68 80

870 68



$804 52

Value of investments, $1,400.



Or.
Loaned to beneficiaries
Cash on hand .



$629 00
175 62



$804 62



Babre.

8TXT80N HOME, Barr«. (Incorporated 1909.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Henry A. Pevear, President; Frederic S. Pevear, Secretary;
H. Theodore Pevear, Treasurer; Ralph H. Walker, Superintendent.
Home for orphan boys.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 10.
Number aided during year, 47.



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Cash on hand

8nbaerii»tions and donations
Income from inyestments



$878 01
7,555 79
4,485 00



$12,868 80



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Salaries and wages $8,529 25
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 128 21

ProTisions and supplies 8,284 68

Heat, light, and power 949 72
Fnmishings and incidental

repairs .... 670 46

Farm snpplies 2,108 41

Miscellaneous 621 80

Total current expenses . $11,241 98

Cash on hand 1,621 82

$12,868 80



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$23,725; value of investments, $86,768.84.

Bbverly.

BKVKBIbY FUCALI GHA&ITABLI SOGISTT, B«v«rly. (Incorporated

18S6.)
Report for year ending October 81, 19181

Mrs. 0. P. Swasey, President; Mrs. George A. Woodbury, Secre-
tary; Miss Louisa B. Kilham, Treasvrer.
To aid the deserving poor of Beverly.
Number aided during year, 24 ; number of families aided, 6.



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Oftihonhand .
From benefloiaries .
Annnitiee mnd bequests to in

eome ....
Income from inyestments



$24 60
8 75

100 00
197 01



$825 86



Of.
postage, and



Printing,

snppUes
To benefleiaries

Total current escpenses
Income inrested
Cash on hand .



office



$0 80
188 00

$188 80

18 89

118 67

$825 86



Value of investments, $3,300.

BIVXBLT rUBL 80GISTT, IM Oabot St., B«v«rly. (Incorporated 1888.)
Beport for year ending September 1, 1918.

Patrick J. Lynch, President; Benjamin A. Patch, Secretary;
Charles P. Lee, Treasurer and Superintendent
Distribution of fuel to the worthy poor of Beverly.
Number aided during year, 74.



Dr.
Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Tax refunded by Oommon-
wealth



$560 98
105 00
870 18

20 04

$1,056 15



Cr,



Fuel



Total current expenses
Income iuTested .
Cash on hand



$486 99

$486 99

6 18

568 98

$1,056 15



Value of investments, $8,383.93.

BIVIRLT HSBRIW LADIM' A880GIATION, SOO Bantoul St., Bararly.
(Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending NoTcmber 1, 1918.

Mrs. Morris E. Katz, President; Mrs. Sarah Pofcher, Secretary;
Mrs. Jacob L. Eubinstein, Treasurer.
Charitable purposes ; chiefly local cases.
Number aided during year, 26 ; number of families aided, 10.



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