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BRHAHT UNION FOR TOUNO WOMBir, U WoreMtor St., Boston.
(Ineorporatod 189t.)

Beport for year ending March 81, 1918.

Arthur E. Mason^ President; James H. Whitman, Secretary and
Treasurer; Mrs. Adelaide B. Kimmell, Superintendent.

To furnish a safe and comfortable home for Protestant young
women earning small wages.

Number of paid officers or employees, 7.

Xumber aided during year, 65, all paying.



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Oaah on hand .


$8,088 82


Salaries and wages


$2,860 2ft


Prom henefleiariea


9,818 46


Printing, postage, and offic«




Subscriptions and donations


980 60


suppUes .


144 IT


Bequest ....


1,440 00


ProTisions and supplies


.8,502 81


Ineome from investments .


261 12


Heat, light, and power


1,134 ST


On aeeount principal of




Furnishings and incidental




mortgage notes


150 00


repairs .


1,864 22*






Laundry .


225 9»






Interest on mortgage loan


261 00






Aid to beneficiaries .


260 0»






Total current expenses


114 46




$9,867 22






Income invested .


2,400 00






Cash on hand .


2.921 6»




$15,188 90


$15,188 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$27,100; amount of mortgage on same, $4,900; value of invest-
ments, $6,300.



BOARD 07 MI1II8TIBIAL AID, fOf OongrfXioiiMl House, Boston. (In-

eorporated 1869.)

Report for eight months ending December 81, 1912.

Arthur H. Wellman, President; Arthur C. Farley, Secretary;
Charles L. Ziegler, Treasurer,

To aid aged, disabled, or needy ministers of the Orthodox Con-
gregational denomination in the Commonwealth, and the widows
and children of such ministers.

Number of families aided, 50.



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OUh on hand

Snbteriptiont and donations
AnnnitiM and beqnesU to
income ....
Income from investments



$2,248 48
4.067 64

800 00
2,024 16



$8,680 22



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Aid to beneficiaries

Total onrrent expenses
Cash on hand



$108 47

6.866 25

$5,469 72

8,160 50

$8,680 22



Value of investments^ $59^523.51.



BOSTON ASSOCIATION FOR THS BBUBT AND CONTROL 07 TU-
BBRCULOSIS, 4 Joj St., Botton. (Inoorpor»ted 1906.)

Report for year ending Oetober 81, 1918.

Robert Treat Paine, President; Mrs. William H. Lothrop, Cleric;
George S. Mumford, Treasurer; Seymour H. Stone, Secretary.

To promote a careful study of conditions regarding tuberculosis
in Boston ; to educate public opinion as to the causes and prevention
of tuberculosis ; to arouse general interest in securing adequate pro-
vision for the proper care of tuberculous patients in their homes or
hospitals and sanatoria.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 7.

Number aided during year, 61, viz., 4 paying, 43 partly paying,
14 free.



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Cash on hand


$4,841


85


Sslaries and wages .


$6,720 18


From benefleiaries


2.458


80


Printing, postage, and oAce




Subscriptions and donations


7,898


95


supplies ....


2.556 69


MassachusetU Conference






Prorisions and supplies


2.688 50


on TnberctUosis


65


00


Rent


404 21


Red CroM Christmas seals .


4.602


26


Heat, light, power, and




Domestic science yisitor out-






laundry ....


521 54


fit .


154


78


Furnishings and incidental




Interest . . . .


124


16


repairs ....


1,061 60


MiBcellsneous


70


77


Massachusetts Conference

on Tuberculosis
Domestic science visitor
Red Cross Christmas seals .
Insurance, taxes, lectures,

and exhibit

Total current expenses .


77 49

469 11

1.975 27

286 94




$16,661 48








Cash on hand


8.050 04




$19,711


52


$19,711 52



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$23,797.89 ; value of investments, $5,022.95.



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BOSTON BAPTIST BBTHBL SOCIBTT, 880 HanoTW St., Boston. (In-

ooiporated 1888.)
Report for year ending April 22, 1918. '

Alfred C. Fuller, President; Walter L. VanKleeck, Secretary;
Gilbert A. A. Pevey, Treasurer.

To maintain preaching and other gospel services, and to assist
the worthy poor and minister to the moral and spiritual welfare of
the community, in co-operation with the First Boston Baptist
Mariners^ Church.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year not reported.



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CMh on hand $68 77

Subacriptiona and donationa 8,508 74

Rente 1,917 12

Notea diaeounted . . 2,500 00



$7,984 68



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Salariea and wagea

Printing, postage, and office
anppliea .

Proriaiona and auppliea

Heat, light, and power

Taxea, insurance, and in-
terest

RepalTB

Miaoellaneons

Total enrrent expenses
Cash on hand



$5,588 62

841 72
267 77
569 87

444 80

252 74
292 20



$7,706 62
278 01

$7,984 68



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$64,400; value of investments, $767.90.



BOSTON BAPTIST SOCIAL UHION, AiOiburton Place. Boston. (In-
corporated 1900.)

Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

William E. Blodgett, President; Ray Greene Huling, Secretary;
William G. Burbeck, Treasurer.

Mary Anna Home, Shirley, Mass., where summer vacations are
given mothers and children. Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. work,
also relief work, and institutional work at Ruggles Street Baptist
Church. Ford Hall Sunday evening meetings for working men and
their families and working women.

Number of paid officers or employees, 24.

Number aided during year, 1,037 ; attendance at summer school,
4,662.



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CMh on hand .


«92i 61




. $14,455 78




2.069 41


Printing, postage, and office


Income from investmento .


716 41


nippHet .


114 25


TnutOM ....


21,000 00


ProTiiions and auppUet


788 25


Reterre fnnd


1,428 80


Bent ....


500 00


Rent


15 00


Heat, Ught, and power


1,174 62


Mary Annn Home, Shirley .


827 64


FnmiBhings and incidental








repairs .


1,854 95






BeUef fnnd


1.840 00








800 00






Woaen'i work. Y. W. C. A.,








and mneie


1,858 02






Mary Anna Home, etc.


1,811 25






Ford Hall meetings .
Total current expenses .


2,819 55




$26,466 67








18 70




$26,480 87


$26,480 87



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$15,900; value of investments, about $1,063,030.

BOSTON B&ANCH BABON DB HIBBCH FUND, 4S Hawtdns St., Boston.
(Ineorporatod 1906.)

Report for eight months ending Janoary 15, 1918.

Ferdinand Strauss, Chairman; Edward E. Norton, Secretary;
A. C. Eatshesky, Treasurer; Mrs. Martha M. Silvennan, Superin-
iendent

To instruct Jewish immigrants, assist them to obtain employ-
ment, and to provide for their removal and settlement in places
outside of Boston.

Number aided during year, 508, viz., 5 partly paying, 503 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Misoellaneons



$687 85

94 20

450 00

10 00



$1,241 55



Cf.
Transportation, etc.
Treasurer's fidelity bond
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$156 60

7 50

10

$164 20
1,077 85

$1,241 55



Value of investments, $2,669.93.

BOSTON CHILDBBN'S AID SOCIBTT, 4S Hawkini St;» Boston. (In-
corporated ISM.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1913.

Horatio A. Lamb, President; J. Prentice Muq)hy, Secretary;
I. Tucker Burr, Treasurer,



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Provides for exposed, destitute, and wayward children; studies
questions relating to children ; promotes needed legislation and en-
courages co-operation among child-helping societies; takes juyenile
oflfenders on probation; undertakes oversight of children in their
own homes ; places libraries in families.

Number of paid officers or employees, 26.

Number of children cared for in foster homes, 422; the society
reimbursed for expense of these exclusive of supervision: in full,
79; in part, 112; not reimbureed, 231. Monthly average number
of children under supervision in foster homes, 247. Number of
placing-out visitors, 6.



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From beneficiaries $8,151 40

SubecripUons and donations 28,707 36
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 3,700 00

Income from inyestments . 10,287 89

Orerseers of the poor 2,754 71

ChariUble societies 1,497 24

Fees and refqnds 589 77



Total current receipts
Appropriations to income



$49,687 77
7,688 00



$57,825 77



Salaries and wages . . $22,596 54

Printinf and office supplies 1,240 18

Heat, light, power, and

care of office . 676 40

Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 188 26

Settlement of Holland

estate .... 295 25

Transportation . 8,108 66

Accountant ... 70 00

Fees 90 00

Donation to social serrice

Ubrary .... 100 00

To committee on feeble-
minded .... 100 00

Taxes, insurance and col-
lection charges 558 71

Adyertising ... 257 98

Postage, express, telephone,

and telegraph 2,157 48

Ofiloe library ... 72 70

Payments to families re-
ceiving military aid

through B. 0. A. S. 888 64

Home libraries . 848 88

Tuition for special training 299 77

Board, clothing, and medi-
cal care .... 24,288 65

Miscellaneous . 568 77

$57,825 77



Value of investments, $190,000.



BOSTON CHILDBXN'8 FBUHD 80CIITT, 4S Rutland St., Botton. (In-

eorporftted 18S4.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Costello C. Converse, President; Mrs. Frank B. Thomas, Cleric;
William Q. Wales, Treasurer; Carrington Howard, General Secre-
tary.



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Needy and neglected children provided with home life in private
families when impoesible to readjust conditions at home; children
given oversight in their own homes.

Number of paid officers or employees^ 6.

Number of children cared for in foster homes^ 164; society re-
imbursed (according to agreement^ not by actual standing of ac-
counts) for expense of these exclusive of supervision: in full, 60,
including children in free and wage homes who were small or no
expense ; in part, 58 ; not reimbursed, 36. Monthly average number
of children under supervision in foster homes, 117V^. Number of
placing-out visitors, 2.



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OMh on hand .


$8,206 47


Salariea and wages .


$6,861 56


Prom benefloiariet


6,762 49


Printing, pottage, and office




Snbeeriptioni and donations


5.121 84


supplies ....


474 18


Donations for special chil-




Board and clothing .


18,502 56


dren:




Heat, light, and water


78 20


From indlTidnals .


606 48


Furnishings and incidental




From ehurohes and char-




repairs ....


50 60


itable organisations


280 50


Medical and dental expenses


861 09




4.408 81


Tiravel ....


1.221 80


MisceUaneons


40 12


Tdephone and telegraph


228 92






Adyertising


158 26






Total current receipts


$10,271 16


MisceUaneons


608 58


Loans to income


2.500 00
8.000 00






Total current expenses .


$28,085 75


Leffaciea ....


25,800 00


Loan repaid


1,000 00






Inyestments


29,449 17






Cash on hand .


1,586 24




$55,071 16


$65,071 16



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$30,000; value of investments, $132,000.

THI BOSTON CITT HOSPITAL, 818 Harriton Ave., Boston; the South
Department for Contafious Diieaies, 746 BCassaehusetts Ave., Boston;
the Belief Stations, Haymarket 8q., Boston, and 14 Porter St., Bast
Boston; Convalescent Home, S160 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester. (In-
corporated 1880.)

Report for year ending January 81, 1918.

A. Shuman, President; Joseph P. Manning, Secretary; John H.
McCollom, M.D., Superintendent.

For the temporary relief of sick or injured persons.

Number aided in institution at beginning of year, 806 ; number
received during year, 16,199 ; number leaving during year, 16,034 ;
number at end of year, 970. Total number aided during year,
17,004, viz., 5,610 paying and partly paying, 11,394 free. Number
of out-patients treated, 93,956, all free.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 709.



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CHy appxx>priation

Additional appropriation,
X-ray elinie .

Additional appropriation,
orthopedic department .

State patients .

City and town patients .

Private patients

CoUeetion by board of
heaHh for contagions
eases at hospital .

Interest from investments

Reimbursement for pay of
special nurses

Bevenne from estate
Massachusetts Ave. and
Northampton 8t. .

Sale of old material, in-
cluding second-hand am-
bulance and horse

On account of defective
ceiling, measles ward

Interest on bank deposits .

Commission on autonutic
telephone

Birth registration



$584,000 00

6,000 00

5,000 00
80,619 06
24,612 74
26,978 17



29,007 62
1,964 00

447 00



1,254 88



491 44



800 00
61 09



22 80
17 50



$709,660 66



Or.
Salaries and wages .
Provisions and supplies
Drugs and medicines
Repairs and improvements
Heating and lighting
Printing, stationery, and
postage

Total hospital expenses .
Paid to city collector^



Unexpended balance



$258,247 88

196,482 88

44,002 45

29.028 19

50,711 96

8,966 05

$587,484 81
118,249 65

$700,688 96
8,976 69



$709,660 65



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$3,578,800; value of investments, $77,383.03.



BORON COUircIL 07 JEWISH WOMBir, 4 Joy St., Boston. (Ineor-

porated 19U.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Esther M. Andrews, President; Anna Harris Levy, Secretary;
Rose L. Schellenberg, Treasurer.

To further united efforts in the work of social betterment through
religion, philanthropy, and education. Supplies two persons for
probation work in Boston Juvenile Court and two persons for work
among immigrants.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 488 delinquents; 525 cases of im-
migrants investigated.

1 Theae receipts, oondsting of money from pasring patients, revenue from estate, Massa-
clraaetts Ave. and Northampton St.. sale of old material, money paid on account of defec-
tive oeiling* measles ward, interest on bank deposits, commission on automatio telephone,
birth registration fees, and the unexpended balance, amounting to $113»341.37, were paid to
the dty collector and were not available for hospital purposes.



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Oash on h«nd


$666


81


Salaries and wages


$8,214 00


From sinking fund


950


00


Printing, postage, and oAce


Smbsertptiont and donations


965


84


supplies .


414 77


Benefit performance


1,960


9t


Denver Hospital .


40 75


Sunday schools .


285


96


Bent ....


854 16


Members' dues .


998


00


Telephone


12 00


Tear Book adrertisements


155


00






For Denyer Hospital for






tion ....


22 45


Consumptives .


40


75


Immigrant aid department


97 88


Junior council dues


29


00




16 68


MisceUaneous


51


84


Sabbath schools department
Dayton flood sufferers

Total current expenses


458 78

200 00

11 84




$4,842 71








Cash on hand


1,210 81




$6,058


02


$6,053 02



BORON DI8PIM8ABT, tf B«im«t St., Boston. (Inoorporated 1801.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Edward R. Warren, President; Malcolm S. Qreenough, Secretary;
Aditon L. Carr, Treasurer; Michael M. Davis, Jr., Director.

To afford medical advice and relief to the sick poor; provide
medicines ; assist in educational and remedial efforts for the preven-
tion of disease.

Number of paid oflSoers or employees, 105.

Number aided during year in institution, 30,471, about two-thirds
partly paying and about one-third free; outside institution, 8,101.



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From beneficiaries


$29,197


95


Salaries and wages


$49,868 96


Subscriptions and donations


11,058


00


Printing, postage, and ofllec




Annuities and bequests to






supplies .


2,498 99


income ....


1,000


00


Provisions and supplies


6,218 49


Income from investments .


18,088


20


Insurance and telephone


2,858 58


Real estate


255


50


Heat, light, and power


6,896 89


MisceUaneous


108


98


Furnishings and incidenta
repairs .


1,750 59








Total current receipts


$59,708


68


Medicines and drugs .


7.117 86


Loans to income


24,497


82


Medical and surgical sup

plies . . .
Laundry .
Equipment
Miscellaneous


5,858 95

548 84

1,824 51

1,778 84




$84,205


95


$84,205 95



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$200,000; value of investments, $313,609.30.

BOSTON BDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR DSAF CHILDBXN, Bos-
ton. (Incorporated 1896.)
Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Robert L. Studley, President; Robert H. Hallowell, Secretary
and Treasurer,



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To promote the education and welfare of deaf children.
Number of paid officers or employees, 8.
Number aided during year, 45.



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Cub on hand

Snbteriptions and donationa
Income from inveatmenta



$909 06
797 00
188 05

$1,845 11



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Salaries and wages
Cash on hand



$878 42
971 69



$1,845 11



Value of investments, $2,952.60.

BOSTON KPI8C0PAL CHA&ITABLl 80CI1TT, Boston. (Ineorpcmtod

1784.)
Report for year ending Mareh 15, 1918.

Francis W. Hunnewell, President; Stephen Chase, Secretary;
John S. Lawrence, Treasurer,

The relief of persons who are or have been members of the
society and their families, the widows and minor children of persons
who at the time of their decease shall have been ministers of an
Episcopal church in this Commonwealth, and of persons who belong
to the Protestant Episcopal Church and are inhabitants of the
city of Boston.

Number of families aided, 56.



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Cash on hand


$480 60


Printing, postage.


and office




Income from inrestments


6,140 88


supplies .
Rent of safe
Quarterly grants .
Interest





$24 12

10 00

5,990 00

248 46






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


6 85




$6,278 98






Cash on hand




847 50




$6,621 48


$6,621 43



Value of investments, $137,965.

BOSTON m AHD SAB IMllBMABT, li7 CharlM St., Botton. (In-
corporated 1909.)
Report for year ending November 80, 1918.

Ralph W. Place, President; Maybin W. Brown, Secretary and
Treasurer.

For the treatment of diseases of the eye and ear.

Number aided during year, 1,575, viz., 1,299 partly paying, 276
free.



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Cash on hand

Rent ....


$27 17

1,284 74

300 00


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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....

Rent

Heat, light, and power
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


$88 28

550 00

84 16

927 06


.


$1,544 50
17 41




$1,561 91


$1,561 91



BOSTON rATHIRI.188 AND WIDOWS' SOCIBTTt 1145 Old South BuUd-
ing, Botton. (Ineorporated 1887.)

Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Mrs. A. J. Gordon, President; Mrs. Eliza L. Eodman, Secretary;
Thomas J. Emery, Treamirer.
To help widows and orphans.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 144.



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Cash on hand


$2,857 55


Salaries and wages .


$800 00


Subscriptions and donations


171 00


Printing, postage, and office




Annuities and bequests to




supplies ....


60 40


income ....


1,988 18


Box in Old Colony Safe




Income from inyestments ..


6,559 80


Deposit vaults


20 00


Miscellaneous


170 02


To trustees for distribution
Total current exi>ense8 .


8,214 00




$8,594 40






Cash on hand .


8,152 15




$11,746 55


$11,746 55



Value of investments, $124,926.



BOSTON FLOATINQ HOSPITAL, 64 DeTonshiro St., Boeton. (Inoor-

porated 1901.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Edward W. Pope, President; William H. Brainerd, Secretary;
George C. Lee, Treasurer; G. Loring Briggs, Manager; Miss Sarah
A. Egan, Superintendent of Nurses.

Care of children under five years suffering from summer diseases ;
instruction of mothers in care of children ; training of doctors and
nurses, and scientific study of children's diseases.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 145.

Number aided during year, 6,997.



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OMh on luuid .


$4,845 08


Salaries and wages .


$26,604 40


Svbteripiions And donatioiw


41,647 80


Printing, postage, and oAee




AnnoitMS and bequests to




supplies ....


1,146 58


inewM ....


4,000 00


ProYisiens and supplies


9,210 82


Ineone from inyestmenta .


2,100 70


Bent


488 10


Interest on deposits .


88 18


Heat, Uffht, and power
Furnishings and incidental


2,742 05






repairs ....


4,738 28






Telephone, adrertising, etc.


982 40






Nurses' lodgings, etc. .


1,132 55






Interest and insurance


1,819 78






Total current expenses .


1,478 01




$50,277 47






Cash on hand .


2,898 88




152,676 85


$52,676 85



Value of investments, $12,628.75.



BORON HBBBBW LADIB8' AID ASSOCIATION, tt5 WMhinffUm St.,

Botton. (Inoorpoimtod 1896.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Pauline Jacoby, President; Julius Hirsch, Secretary; Rachel
Scheinbierg, Treasurer.
To give pecuniary aid to the poor of the Hebrew faith.
Xmnber of paid officers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 630.



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Cash on hand .
From heneiiciaries .
Ban ... .
Henry Siegel Company .


$68 00

490 00

285 15

50 00


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Salaries and wages
Printing
Bent ....

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .


$80 00
22 50
80 00

668 50




. $768 00
110 15



$878 15



$878 15



BOSTON HOMB FOR INCUBABLBS, M49 DorehMt«r Ave., IknrohMUr.

(Ineorpor«k«d 1884.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

E. Pierson Beebe, President; J. Grafton Minot, Secretary; Emor
H. Harding, Treasurer; Mrs. Ada V. Dean, Superintendent.

A home for the care and treatment of women afflicted with an
incurable disease.

Number of paid officers or employees, 25.

Number aided during year, 49, viz., 7 paying, 5 partly paying,
37 free.



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From banedciaries


$1,884 00


Salariea and wages .


$9,088 08


Sabtcriptiona and donationa


1,888 00


Printinf , postage, and offlee




Annuities and bequests to




supplies ....


249 26


ineome ....


30,695 69


Prorisions and supplies


5,866 68


Income from investmente .


21,581 86


Heat, light, and power


1,594 80


Miscellaneons


248 It


Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


1.725 01






Additional lot in Mt. Hope








Oemetery


1,000 00






Insurance ....


75 00






Advertising


222 80






Miscellaneous

Total current expensea .


258 85




$19,529 48






Income invested .


25,508 89






Cash on hand .


709 80




$45,742 17


$45,742 17



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$52,700; value of inyestments, $498,436.34.



BOSTON nrDUSTBIAL HOMB, 17 DaTii St., Boiton. (InooriKmt^d

1877.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Eev. (Jeorge Luther Cady, D.D., President; Bobert W. Hast-
ings, M.D., Secretary; Charles D. Bagnall, Treaeurer; Oliver C.
Elliot, Superintendent,

To provide a home for worthy people out of emplojrment until
they can obtain situations.

Number of paid officers or employees, 22.

Number aided during year, 2,469, all partly paying.



x/r.

Cash on hand


$2,075 16


vr.

Salaries and wages of em-




Prom beneficiaries


4,744 85


ployees .


$5,108 82


Donations ....


1,088 00


Labor paid to transients


1,481 47


Bequests ....


850 00


Printing, postage, and office




Income from fresh-air fund


1.558 68


supplies ....


481 26


Income from Kidder fund .


40 00


Prorisions and supplies


4,650 11


Interest on deposits .


84 41


For coal and wood .


84,292 78


From sale of coal and wood


40,891 00


Light, gaa. and dectridty .
Furnishings and incidental


682 80








Total current receipts


$50,226 60


repairs ....


1.054 19


Loans to income


657 94


Telephone serrice


192 11



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