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Mortgage ....


10,000 00


Stable maintenance


1,896 88






Water rates and insurance .


504 85






On account of fresh-air








fund ....


1,156 56






On account of Kidder fund
Total current expensea .


28 41




$51,424 19






Loans paid


7,129 57






Cash on hand .


2,880 78




$60,884 54


$60,884 54



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$52,300; amount of mortgage on same, $10,000; value of invest-
ments, $25,939.46 (special fund for fresh air and other work).

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BOSTON LADIB8' BETHIL 800IITT (PhiiMM Btowt Bmnm'i Boom)*
8 North BciixMt St., Bofton. (Inooirpor»ted 18M.)

Report for year endinf January 20, 1918.

Miss Susie P. Tuckerman, President; Mrs. P. P. Qerrish, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Sarah L. Jones^ Treasurer; Rev. Thomas Munday,
Superintendent.

To assist in maintenance of worship in Baptist Bethel Church
and provide a home for worthy seamen.

Number of paid officers or employees^ 2.

Number aided during year, 500, viz., 180 paying, 48 partly pay-
ing, 272 free.



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Oasli on hand


$328 23




$558 00


From benefldaries


1.854 59


Printing, pottage, and office




Subaeriptiona and donationa


64 29


snppliea ....


19 80


Ifonbershipe


79 00


ProTiiiona and auppliea


918 68




17 14


Heat, light, and power


185 06


lUaoeUaneoaa


8 90


Pnmiahinga and incidental








repairs ....


156 13






Bethel Ohnrch .


60 00






Depoait ....
Total current expentea .


150 00




$2,200 96






Oath on hand


46 19




$2,247 15


$2,247 15



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$8,000; fund, $726.



BOSTON LBOAL AID SOCUTT, 89 Court St., Boston. (Ineorporat«d

1900.)

Report for year ending November 1, 1918.

Charles P. Qreenough, President; Albert P. Bigelow, Secretary;
George A. Qoddard, Treasurer; Alice W. Palmer, Social Secretary,

To provide legal aid for those who through poverty are otherwise
unable to secure it.

Number of paid officers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 1,154.



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Cath on hand . $1,815 40

From benefldariet * 496 01

Subeeriptiont and donationa 8,225 00

Income from invettmentt . 122 42



Total current receipts
Loans to income .



$5,658 83
142 78



$5,801 56

Value of investments, $857.27.



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Salaries and wages $8,045 78

Printing, pottage, and office

supplies .... 186 65

Rent of office, heat, light,

and power . 1,984 27

National alliance ... 25 00



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



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BOSTON LTnrO-ar hospital, S4 MeLMa St., BotUm. (ItooonMrmtod

isai.)

Report for year endiaf Deeember 81« 1912.

William L. Richardson, President; William D. Sohier, Secretary;
James R. Hooper, Treasurer; Mrs. E. J. A. Higgins, Superin-
tendent

The care of poor and deserving women in childbirth. Regular
charge for pati^its, residentg of Boston, $20; nonresidents, $30;
deserving needy persons, free. Xo charges for out-patient at-
teudance.

Number of paid officers or employees, 47.

Number aided during year in institution, 814, viz., 548 pa}ing
or partly paying, 266 free; outside institution, 1,858, all free.



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C»»h on hand .


$12,705 60


Salaries and wages


$18,748 03


Prom beneficiaries


12,860 60


Printing, postage, and office




Snbacriptiona and donations


8,182 90


supplies .


909 01


Annuities and bequests to




ProTisSons and supplies


10.441 16


ineome ....


1,000 00


Heat. Ught, and power


8,691 82


Income from inyeetments .


14,218 55


Furnishings and incidental




Refistration fees


664 60


repairs .


1.626 48


Miscellaneous


209 15


Medical supplies and in-








struments
Household supplies and tele-


2.611 47


Total current receipts


$49,881 20


Sale of securities


8.705 00


phone


2.896 86


Bequests carried to capital .


18.770 80


Special department at 88


1.819 65






McLean St. . . .


1.787 90






Miscellaneous


880 60




$89,212 47






Invested


25.082 60






Cash on hand .


2.512 08




$66,807 00


$66,807 OO



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$94,100; value of investments, $333,133.03.



BOSTON MABIMI 80CIBTT, Boom 717, Chamber of CommarM Buildiiic,
Boston. (Inoorporat6d 17S4.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 1, 1918.

John L. Manson, President; Aberdeen H. Child, Secretary; Sam-
uel Pray, Treasurer.

To assist financially indigent members, or widows and minor
children of deceased members.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Xumber aided during year, 83.



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Oasb on hand .
Annuitiee and beqn«st8 to
income ....
Income from investments
Miscellaneons


$10,667 00

1,600 00

15.749 44

1,290 41


Cf.
Salaries and wages .
Rent ....
Beneficiaries
Annnity .
Miscdlaneons

Total current expenses .
Oash on hand .


$1,800 00
875 00

14,256 00

100 00

1,876 01




$17,906 01
11.400 84




$29,806 85


$29,806 85



Value of investments, $291,000; value of inveetments held by
trustees for benefit of society, about $30,000.

BOSTON NSW8BOT8' CLUB, 177 Tremont St., Botton. (Incorporated

1909.)
Report for year ending June 80, 1918.

Nathan L. Amster, President; Alexander I. Peckham, Secretary;
J. J. Storrow, Treasurer; E. L. Curran, Superintendent.

To befriend in every possible way the newsboys and other bo3rs of
the city of Boston, without distinction as to race, color, or creed.

Number of paid officers or employees, 7.

Number aided during year, approximately 800.



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Caah on hand $128 76

Subscriptions and donations 7.575 00

Interest .... 9 08
Prom entertainment (to be

reserred for bnildlng fund) 238 50



$7,946 29



Cf.

Salaries and wages $3,984 50

Heat, light, and power 842 88

Insurance 7 20

Miscellaneous 1,465 17

Total current expenses $6,299 70

Income reserred . 288 60

Cash on hand 1,408 09

$7,946 29



BOSTON NORTH BND MISSION, 818 Ford BuUdinf, 16 Aghburton PUe«,
Botton. Mount Hope Hom«, com«r Boum« and Florence Sts., Bos-
Undale. (Incorporated 191S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles W. Kidder, President; Albert D. Auryansen, Secretary;
William H. Bain, Treasurer; Cyrus L. D. Younkin, Superin-
tendent; Laura J. Cann, Matron.

Temporary home for care and training of destitute children;
placing out; supervising; also some received under guardianship
and custody for adoption or indenture. Religious but nonsectarian.

Number of paid officers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year in institution, 62, viz., 53 partly pay-
ing, 9 free; outside institution, 73, viz., 8 partly paying, 65 free;
families aided, 79.



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Cash on band .


f2.195


24


Salaries and wages .


$4,641 04


From boDeflciaries


8.501


79


Printing, postage, and office




Svbteriptions and donationi


4,785


81


supplies ....


414 22


Ineome from investments .


1,975


60


ProTisions and supplies


8,586 41


Miteellaneons


65


68


Bent

Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs

Paid for board outside of

home ....
Taxes, water rates, and re*

pairs on real esUte
Miscellaneous .

Total eurrent expenses .


200 00
545 62

869 51

682 09

175 88
280 24




$10,696 76








Oash on hand


1.827 16




$12,528


92


$12,628 02



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$16,000; value of investments, $38,197.87.

BOSTON NUB8BBT FOB BUND BABIB8, 147 South Huntlnfton Ave.,
Boiton. (Ineorpoimted 1901.)

Report for year ending October 11, 1918.

Horace G. Allen, President; Marguerite S. Hopkins, Treasurer;
Jane A. Bussell, Superintendent.

Care and treatment of blind children under five years of age.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 44, viz., 24 pari;ly paying, 20 free.



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Cash on hand .


$748 85


Salaries and wages .


$8,646 95


From beneficiaries


668 00


Printing, postage, and oific«




Subscriptions and donations


2,826 85


supplies .


181 60


Income from investments .


1,446 15


Provisions and supplies


1,086 48


Blind babies aid society


7,935 00


Heat, light, and power


771 55






repairs .


024 40






Telephone .


88 72






Water


186 60






Advertising


180 ID






Total current expenses


88 69




$7,904 98






Income invested .


8,772 62






Oash on hand


1.447 TO




$18,125 25


$18,125 25



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$45,000; value of investments, $41,446.97.



BOSTON PILOTS' BILUT SOCIETY, 41 Lewii Wharf, Boiton. (In-

eorporated 1886.)

Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

James H. Reid, President; Charles E. Steams, Secretary; Joseph
W. Colby, Treasurer.



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To aid needy pilots holding licenses for the port of Boston, their
widows and minor children.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 24.



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Cash on hand
Ptiet from members .
Ineome from inveetments
On account of mortgage



$2,142


97


124


00


9,290


66


600


28


$12,067


80



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Salaries and wages . $300 00

Pensions to widows and

pilots . 8,150 60

MiscellaneovB 118 61



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$8,669 11
1,829 87
1,668 82

$12,067 80



Value of investments, $125,847.94.

BOSTON PORT AND BSAMIN'8 AID 8O0IITT, MANAOBBS OF, 11
North Sq., Boston. (Incorporated 1819 and 1867.)

Report for year ending January 22, 1918.

Kev. George A. Gordon, D.D., President; John A. Bennett, Sec-
retary; Lewis B. Tucker, Treasurer; Capt. Joseph P. Hatch, Super-
intendent.

Improving the moral, religious, and general condition of seamen
and their families in Boston and its vicinity.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 13.

Number aided during year in institution, 11,941, viz., 9,366 pay-
ing, 37 partly paying, 2,538 free; outside institution, 25, all free;
number of families aided, 8.



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Oaah on hand . $5,872 11

From beneficiaries 10,828 22

Snbeeriptione and donations 5 00
i^nnuities and bequests to

income .... 1,700 00

Income from investments . 17,846 88



$35,761 71



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Salaries and wages


$7,690 98


Printing, postage, and ofRce




supplies .


928 46


Provisions and supplies


7,180 09


Heat, light, and water


1.289 61


Incidental repairs


1,249 92


T Wharf reading room


1,000 00


Taxes and insurance .


768 88


Entertainments, special Sun-




day services .


638 47


Cfharity


2,586 28


Miscellaneous


211 66


Total current expenses


$23,474 08


Income invested .


6,982 68


Cash on hand .


6.844 96




$86,761 71



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$39,500; value of investments, $367,390.



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BOSTON PBOVIDBIIT ASSOCIATION, U Hawldiig St., BotWn. (In-

oovporfttod ItM.)
Report for year ending September 30» 1913.

Russell G. Fessenden, President; William Hedge, Secretary;
Patrick T. Jackson, Treasurer; William H. Pear, General Agent.

The relief of needy families, the suppression of street beggary,
and the improvement of the condition of the poor.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 6,021 ; number of families aided, 878.



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Cash on hand f 105 72

From beneficiaries 698 78

Sabecriptiona and donations 7,862 20
Annnitiea and bequests to

income .... 1,000 00

Income from investments . 25,296 95



Total current receipts
Loans to income



$34,867 65
858 87



$35,716 62



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Provisions and supplies
Rent ....
Heat, light, and power
Travel and telephone .
Confidential exchange
Auditing .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$11,325 04

341 75
21,787 64
280 00
428 77
408 68
260 00
50 00
866 04

$35,678 82
87 70

$35,716 52



Value of investments, $486,606.75.



BOSTON PUBLIC 80HOOL TBACHBB8' RBTIRKMBNT FUND, 180

Appleton St., Boiton. (Incorporated 1900.)

Report for year ending September 30, 1913.

George E. Brock, President; Alfred Bunker, Secretary; Charles
H. Slatter}', Treasurer.
To provide annuities for disabled teachers or those of long service.
Number of paid officers, 1.
Number aided during year, 248.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Income from investments .
Contributions by members .

Total current receipts
Bonds redeemed in cash



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$14,889 36


Salaries and wa^s


$600 00


10,467 00


Printing, postage, and office




14,038 05


supplies ....


254 08


47,468 00


Payment to annuitants
Refunds to members retir-
ing from the service


43.278 50


$86,857 41


3,126 00


13.000 00


Accrued interest on securi-






ties bought


271 09




Auditing accounts

Total current expenses .


40 00




$47,564 62




Income invested .


84,659 60




Cash on hand .


17,188 19


$99,857 41


$99,357 41



Value of investments held by trustees for benefit of society,
$376,150.



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BOSTON SEAMAN'S nUIND SOOUTT, S87 Hftnov«r St., Borton, ImaehM
«t Viii«yird H»T«n «nd TwiMkuliii Ooffv. (Inoorporftted Utf .)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Rev. Alexander McKenzie, D.D., President; Charles P. Stratton,
Secretary and Treasurer; Rev. James M. D. Blue, Superintendent.

Ministering to the spiritual, social, moral, and temporal wants
and needs of seamen.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 13.

Number aided during year, 489.



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Cash on hand ..


fl,063 80


Salaries and wages


$8,972 58


From beneficiaries


14 30


Printing, postage, advertis-




Sabecriptioni and donations


6,900 90


ing, and office supplies .


782 14


Annuities and bequests to




Provisions and supplies


697 88


income ....


2.969 80


Bent


208 60


Income from inrestments .


5,955 27


Heat, light, and power


1,259 05


Proceeds sale of real estate


1,780 12


Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


159 78






PubUshing of " Sea Breese "


720 56






Maintenance of launch at








Boston ....


647 88






Expenses at Vineyard Haven








and Tarpaulin Cove


1,726 02






Interest on loans and an-








nuity ....


619 00






Aid to destitute seamen


574 49






Miscellaneous

ToUl current expenses .


196 74




$16,418 17






Cash on hand


1,260 52




$17,678 69


$17,678 60



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$32,150; value of investments, $69,000.



BOSTON SOCIETY OF DBCORATIVE ART, 184 Boyltton St., Boston.

(Ineorporfttod 1882.)

Report for year ending March 31, 1918.

Mrs. Jacob C. Sogers, President; Mrs. Stephen M. Weld, Secre-
tary; Boylston A. Beal, Treasurer; Elizabeth M. Smith, Superin-
tendent.

To raise the standard of art needlework, and provide for the sale
of contributors^ handiwork.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year, 116, viz., 24 in workroom, 92 aided
by sale of articles.



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Oftth on hand .


f 1,224 47


Salaries and wages .


$5,188 48


Snbecriptiont and donationi


178 26


Rent


1,980 00




1,880 09


Oontrflmtors and workers .


4,186 17


Sales of articles and ma-




Materials . . . .


811 82


terials ....


9,849 45


Office expenses .


429 68


Sale of twnds .


2,010 88






Total current expenses .


$12,545 60






Oash on hand


1,5^ 44




$14,089 04


$14,089 04



Value of investments, $28,023.16.



BOSTON 80CI1TT FOB THB CABB OF OIBLS, 184 Boylston St., Boiton.
(Incorpoimted 1808.)

Report for year ending October 25, 1918.

Miss Abby M. Storer, President; Mrs. Arthur H. Nichols, Secre-
tary; Miss Sarah C. Paine, Treasurer; Miss Mabelle B. Blake, Gen-
eral Secretary.

Care and supervision of girls, irrespective of age, race, or color.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year, 301, viz., 75 paying, 173 partly
paying, 53 free. Monthly average number of children under super-
vision in foster homes, 201. Number of placing-out visitors, 5.



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Cash on hand


$4,476


78


Salaries and wages .


$7,897 82


From beneficiaries


4,917


90


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donationi


162


00


supplies . . . .


569 47


Income from investments


25,222


97


Clothing, etc . . .


4,527 82


Miscellaneous


2


55


Rent

Telephone . . . .


1,164 00
860 54








Total current receipts


$84,781


20


Board of children


18,866 50


Loans to income


8,856


81


Doctors, dentisU, and medi-
cal expenses .

Traveling ex];>enses

Contribution to committee
for investigating feeble-
minded . . . .

Miscellaneous

Total current exi>enBes .


1,006 22
1,868 10

100 00
910 27




$81,765 42








Expense of foreclosing mort-










gage, unpaid taxes, re-










pairs and insurance


5,124 61








Cash on hand .


1,247 08




$88,138


01


$88,188 01



Value of investments, $505,927.46.



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BOSTON TKAVXLBE CHABITABI.B 800IBTT, 171 Tt«moiit St.,
(Incorporated 1907.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles B. Welch, President; Frank H. Wallis, Secretary; James
B, Higgins, Treasurer.

Providing rest and recreation for indig^t persons, particularly
mothers and young children; aiding certain charities; and in gen-
eral helping to improve the condition of the poor of Boston.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 20.

Collector employed on commission.

Number aided during year, 11,256, all free.



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Cash on hmnd $285 40

Subftcriptions and donations 7,958 60



$8,244 00



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Salaries and wages . $2,874 10

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 772 97

Bent 400 00

Storage and insurance . 52 25

Board and ezi>ense for chil-
dren at camps . 4,616 00

Total current expenses $8,215 82

Gash on hand . ... 28 68

$8,244 00



BOSTON UNITBD MOATH CHITIM ASSOCIATION, 897 Blue Hm Ave.,
Boston. (Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending January 1, 1018.

Levy Herman, President; Morris L. Morrison, Secretary; Ber-
nard Aaronson, Treasurer.

To assist the Jewish poor of Boston and vicinity in the proper
observance of the Passover.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 2,792, all free; number of families
aided, 551.



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Oash on hand
Subscriptions and donations



Or.



$0 19


Salaries and wages


$61 50


2,906 75


Printing, postage, and ofRce






supplies ....


76 68




Provisions and supplies


1,058 60




Delivering ....


75 70




Oash donations .

Total current expenses .


1,618 80




$2,890 78




Oash on hand


16 21


$2,906 94


$2,906 94



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BOSTON WB8LITAN iOMOOXATION, i81 Boylfton St., BoMon. (In-
corporated 18M.)
Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Matthew Bobson, President; Avery L. Rand, Secretary; Charles
R. Magee, Treasurer.

Publication of ** Zion's Herald ; " profits to be applied to mainte-
nance of superannuated Methodist preachers of six New England
conferences.

Number of paid officers or employees, about 15.



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Cuh on hand .


$504 47


Salaries and wages .


$2,418 11


Income from iuTeetmentt .


16,426 54


Printing, posUge, and office


MisoeUaneouB .


160 74


snppUes


106 84






ProTisiona and supplies


369 40






Total current receipts .


$17,091 75


Bent


1,985 00


Loans to income


188,000 00


Heat, light, and power


411 66


Secnritiee sold


58,855 00


DiTidend to " Zion's Her








aid" .


9,700 00






Dividend to annval con








ference


1,000 00






Miscellaneoos .

Total current expenses


5,887 60




$21,178 60






New building .


184,451 78






Loans and interest paid


64,002 84






Gash on hand .


88,814 08




$258,446 76


$258,446 75



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$400,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $125,000 ; value of invest-
ments, $245,450.



BOSTON TOUMO HBN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Ut Hunttnffton
Ave., Bofton. (Incorporated 188S and 1887.)

Report for year ending Hay 81, 1918.

Arthur S. Johnson, President; Harold Peabody, Secretary; Fran-
cis B. Sears, Treasurer; George W. Mehaffey, General Secretary.

The improvement of the spiritual, intellectual, social, and physi-
cal condition of the young men and boys of Boston, and to provide
dormitories with homelike surroundings.

Number of paid oflBcers, employees, and teachers, 121.

Number aided during year in institution, 8,925, viz., 7,986 pay-
ing, 939 partly paying, large number free; outside institution,
4,461, viz., 40 partly paying, 4,421 free.



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OMh on hand .


$2,998


19


Salariea and wages .


$106,565 50


From benefidarioB .


180.266


04


Printing. adTortising. post-




Sabseriptions and dona






age, and oiBoe anppUea.


7.890 82


tions


12.889


50


Bent ....


11.820 00


Income from inTestments


17.606


41


Heat, light, power, tele-




Rent


495


00


phone, etc. .


4,647 60




428


79


Interest ....

For social, religions, army,
physical, employment,
outing, and boys' work .

Total current expenses .


645 98
41,546 51




$178,015 91








Oash on hand .


168 02




$178,177


98


$178,177 98



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$343,226.21 ; value of investments, $818,421.41.



BOSTON TOUMG BON'S CHRISTIAN UNION, 48 Bojiftton St., Boiton.
(Incorporated IMS.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Prank L. Locke, President; Charles L. Burrill, Secretary; Ed-
ward A. Church, Treasurer.

Becreation and instruction by means of evening classes, religious
services, lectures, and entertainment. Maintains an employment
bureau, gymnasium, and committees to visit sick and distribute
clothing.

Number of paid officers or employees, 43.

Number aided during year in institution, 5,289; outside insti-
tution, 13,337.



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From beneficiaries . $21,899 65

Subscriptions and donations 7.807 00
Income from investments . 20,240 68
Donations, special chari-
ties, " country week."
rides for invalids, and
Ohristaias festival . 28,117 51

iBCome from investments,

special charities 2,808 86

Total current receipts $74,868 15

Beqvests .... 7,581 89

$82,400 04



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Salaries and wages
Printing and stationery
Heat and light .
General administration
Special charities



$27,212 98

1,598 47

4.560 08

14.401 80

25.689 85



Total current expenses . $78,462 68
Balance excess revenue over

expense .... 1.405 52
Bequests turned over to

trustees .... 7,581 89



$82,400 04



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$684,000; value of investments held by trustees for benefit of so-
ciety, $493,400.



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



BOSTON TOUMa WOUIN'S 0HRI8TIAN ASSOCIATION, 40 Btrk«l6y St.,

«nd 68 W«mnton St., Boston. (Incorpontod 1867.)

Report for year ending JanuAry 1, 1918.

Mrs. Benjamin Tenney, President; Miss Abbie W. Covel, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Herbert S. Johnson, Treasurer; Miss M. L. Thompson,
Matron of 40 Berkeley St., and Miss Mary H. Barrett, Matron of
68 Warrenton St.

The temporal, moral, and religions welfare of young women who
are dependent npon their own exertions for support.

Number of paid officers or employees, 122.

Number aided during year in institution, 6,789, viz., 6,733 pay-
ing, 25 partly paying, 31 free; outside institution, 21,643, viz.,
16,654, paying, 5,989 free; number of families aided, 117.



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$14,919


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Salaries and wages .


$48,886 88


From beneficiaries


114,629


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