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Loans to income


4,672 00


Tdephone and vault .


77 98






Wagon ....


50 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


182 66




fl6,546 21






Income invested .


4.985 88






Oash on hand


109 90




f21,641 44


$21,641 44



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$133,427.60; value of investments, $22,037.13.



CO-OPKBATIVI WOBKBOOM8, INC., 48 Hawkins St., Bofton. (In-
corporated 1877.)
Report for year ending November 1, 1918.

Mrs. Boger Walcott, President; Mrs. Neal Eantoul, Secretary;
George A. Qoddard, Treasurer; Miss Sarah R. Berry, Agent.
To aid poor women by giving out and teaching sewing.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 182.



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Oash on hand

Subeeriptions and donations
Salea of sewing work .
Interest ....



1464 85

1,906 00

1,468 87

15 89



$8,850 11



Of.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Rent, heat, light, and power
Material for teaching .
To 182 women for sewing

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



11,025 00

6 80

44 83

1,076 67

1,166 82



88,819 12
530 99

88,850 11



DAHLQBIN MIMOBIAL HALL ASSOCIATION, I and SUver Stf., South

Boston. (Incorporated 1886.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

J. Payson Bradley, President; Francis Z. Jenks, Secretary;
Prank Wilkinson, Treasurer.

To assist indigent soldiers and sailors of the war of the rebellion
and their widows and orphan children.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 87 ; number of families aided, 7.



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Df.
Cash on hand
Income from investments



13.041 84
1,105 57



f4.146 91



Ct.
SaUriM and wages
Bent ....
Charitable and benevolent

expense
Mitcellaneous

Total enrrent expenses
Cash on hand



f50 00
170 52

877 30
21 89



1619 21
8,527 70

f4,146 91



Value of investments, $9,800.



DALT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Train St., Neponset. (InoorpmraUd 1899.

Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell, President; Rev. James J.
O^Brien, Secretary; Philip J. O'Donnell, Treasurer; Sister M.
Teresa, Superintendent.

Industrial school for poor girls.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 13.

Number aided during year, 75, viz., 22 partly paying, 53 free.



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Cash on hand


f4,971 28


Salaries and wages .


$1,809 20


From beneficiaries


1,606 08


Printing, postage, and office




Sabseriptions and donation!


4,886 19


supplies ....


67 75


Income from investments .


1,880 68


Provisions and supplies


4,202 61


Miscellaneous (work)


2,724 71


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


1,795 81






repairs ....


2,707 12






Insurance ....
Total current exi»ense8 .


58 50




f 10,640 99






Cash on hand


4,427 90




115.068 89


$15,068 89



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$50,000; value of investments, $25,000.



DIACONXSS' AID SOCIETT Or NIW BNQLAND, 86 Bromlleld St., Boston.
(Incorporatod 1909.)

Report for year ending January, 1918.

^Irs. Frances J. Douglass, President; Mrs. Nellie Lacount Rich,
Secretary; Mrs. George N. Law, Treasurer.

To help the various institutions that are under the control of the
Deaconess Association, and to help in the general uplifting of
humanity.

Number of paid oflRcers or employees, 1.



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Cash on huid


,


11,474 80


Salaries and wages




1510 00


Sutwcriptioni and donations


202 25


Printing, postage, and


office




Annuities and bequests


to




supplies .




24 05


income




568 00


Rent .




8 00


Income from investments




41 47


Guesta at hospital




180 00


Mite boxes




197 16


Flowers for hospital




26 65


Annnal dues




164 15


Scholarships




200 00


Life members




85 00






170 59


Other sources




197 88










Total current expenses


11,119 29








Cash on hand




1.796 87




12.916 66


12.915 66



DINI80N HOUU, 9S Tjler St., Boston. (Incorporated IMS.)
Report for year ending October 15, 1918.

Miss Caroline Humphrey, Cfcatriw^n; Miss Mary H. Dana^ Sec-
retary; Mrs. William A. Copeland, Treasurer; Miss Geraldine Gor-
don, Head Worker.

College and educational work through clubs and classes, and
neighborhood co-operation for better conditions.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.



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Cash on hand


185


76


Salaries and wages .


94.638 01


Subscriptions and donations


8,570


76


Printing, postage, and office


Rent


991


07


supplies .


802 52


House duet, etc


864


09


Provisions and supplies


2,586 61


Special donation for raca-






Taxes


182 20


tion whool


640


00


Heat, light, and power


627 15


Entertainment .


1,868


64


Furnishings and incidenta




Board ....


4,872


80


repairs .
Special departments .


1,082 62
8,867 91








Total current receipts


116,887


62


Tyler St. vacation school


640 00


Loan


2,000


00


Board workers .
Loan ....
Payment on mortgages
Mortgage interest
Miscellaneous

ToUl current expenses .


912 25
850 00
200 00
921 61
1,147 84




$17,858 22








Cash on hand .


979 40




118,887


62


$18,887 62



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$39,900; amount of mortgage on same, $24,600.

DsvsnS BKNSVOLINT 80CIBTT, Unir^rMllBt Church, Church Court,

CharlMtown. (Inecnrporatod 1806.)

Report for year ending September 80. 1918.

Mrs. Maiy J. Day, President; Mrs. Elizabeth G. Hooper, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Elizabeth H. Brown, Treasurer.

The promotion of charitable and benevolent objects in Charles-
town.



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Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.
Number of families aided, about 36.



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Gash on hand .... $16 16
Income from investmenU and

principal . . 460 78



1466 04

Value of investments, $4,794.45



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....

Total current expenses
Cash on hand ....



f 75 00

881 44

f456 44
10 60

f466 04



DIOCESAN BOAED Or MISSIONS, 1 Joy St., Boston. (InoorpontMl

1889.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D.D., President; Prescott Evarts,
Secretary; Clarence H. Poor, Treasurer.
Support of parishes and missions in the diocese.
Number of paid officers or employees, 6.



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Cash on hand .
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments .



118.962 86

10,250 00

19,641 09

1,460 86



$46,822 81



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Salaries and wages . $5,617 70
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 148 75

Diocesan objects 16,969 91

Church militant . . 850 00

Total current expenses . $28,586 86

Income inrested . . . 10,188 81

Gash on hand . 11,547 64

$45,822 81



Value of investments, $37,275.59.



DISPINSABT rOB WOBOBN, 638 Massachusetts ▲▼•., Boston: (Incor-
porated 1910.)

Beport for year ending October 10, 1918.

George W. Kaan, M.D., President; W. Herbert Grant, Secretary;
Charles B. Darling, M.D., Treasurer,

The treatment of poor women suffering from disease, and par-
ticulariy those diseases which are peculiar to their sex.

Number of paid officers or employees, 3.

Number of treatments during year, 7,991 ; number of new pa-
tients treated, 758.



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Oath on hand f 161 04

From beneftoiaries 1,058 68

Subioriptions and donations 8i0 00

Miscellaneoas ... 14 08



11,574 70



Or.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
ProTisions and supplies
Bent ....
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Laundry
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



1524 50

69 10
816 86
416 70

55 04

20 07

63 28

6 08



$1,462 62
112 08

$1,574 70



DOECHE8TIB HOUU, 7 Cknrdon Flae«, DorchMttr. (Incorponted 1909.)
Report for year ending September 80, 1018.

Miss Caroline S. Callender, President; Mrs. Loms M. Clark, Sec-
retary; Mr. Everett H. Sharp, Treasurer; Alice Dudley Holman,
Resident in Charge.

Industrial, educational, and charitable work, and for the estab-
lishment and maintenance of places for reading rooms, libraries,
social meetings^ and other benevolent and charitable work.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year; 400.



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Cash on hand

Suhscriptions and donations
Hiseellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



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$2 97 Salaries and wages . $1,545 68
2,647 88 Printing, postage, and office

18 06 supplies .... 117 80

Bent 420 00

$2,664 81 Heat, Ught, and power 189 88

100 00 Glass and house expense 515 01

Total current expenses $2,787 32

Oash on hand ... 27 49

$2,764 81 $2,764 81



DOBCHI8TIB RILHF 8O0IITT, S04 Adams St., Dorchester. (Incor-
porated 1904.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Edwin T. Home, President; Mrs. S. Frank K. Nash, Secretary;
Clarence B. Humphreys, Treasurer; Miss H. Eugenia Bruce, Agent.

Care of worthy aged poor; aid to persons recommended by the
Associated Charities; free dispensary for needy persons only; sup-
port of nurse of Instructive IMstrict Nursing Association.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 339; number of families aided, 113.



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Df,

Cash on hand

Subtcriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to
inc<Hne ....
Income from investments
Carried to dispensary ac-
count ....
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



1149 89
2,876 24

200 00
810 00

258 85
75

f3,795 78
15 68



f8.811 86



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Salaries and wages

Printing, postage, and olBce
supplies .

Rent ....

Heat, light, and power

Aid ... .

Dispensary expenses .

Instructive District Nursing
Association

Associated Charities

Balance due treasurer Sep-
tember 80, 1912, dispen
sary and nurse accounts

To dispensary account

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



1522 00

224 81

220 00

12 16

1,481 64

110 42

674 40
67 00



224 45

258 85



$8,795 73
15 68

18,811 36



Value of investments held by trustees for benefit of society,
$7,686.46.



IA8TBBN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION, 111 Webster St., iMt Boeton.
(Incorporated 1901.)

Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

Eev. J. A. Johnson, President; Charles Bosenquist, Secretary;
John Danielson, Treasurer; Bev. 0. Lindegren, Superintendent.

Missionary work; conducts the Scandinavian Sailors' and Immi-
grants^ Home.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,225, viz., 812 paying,
271 partly paying, 142 free; outside institution, 10, all free.



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Cash on hand


1884 47


Salaries and wages


12.819 80


Subscriptions and donations


2,189 15


Printing, postage, and office




Income through Home .


8,926 04


supplies ....


50 02






ProTisions and supplies


4.895 74






Interest, tax. etc


628 85






Heat, light, and power


500 52






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


256 91






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


88 85


\


$8,690 69






Cash on hand


808 97




$9,499 66


f9.499 66



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$30,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $6,000.



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EUZABITH PIABODY HOUU ABSOOIATION, M7 Charlet St., Boston.
(Inoorpor»t«d 1896.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Br. Richard G. Wadsworth, President; Mies Alice A. Burditt,
Secretary; Edward J. Holmes, Treasurer; Mrs. Eva W. White,
Head Resident.

Educational and social work in the immediate neighborhood,
without regard to age, sex, color, nationality, or creed. Modified
milk station.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 16.

Number aided during year, 1,500, all partly paying ; number of
families aided, 600.



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Gash on hand


1502


58


Salaries and wages


$6,980 67


From beneilciariea


844


00


Printing, postage, and office




Snbeeriptions and donations


7,206


25


supplies .


350 99


Income from investments


80


00


Provisions and supplies


1,896 86


Fair* and entertainments


8,850


21


Rent ....


1,960 66


BetidenU' board and ns<






Heat, light, and power


520 47


of telephone .


2.492


72


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


88


65


repairs .
Washing and cleaning
Telephone .
Settlement work
Stenography
Insurance .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


298 47
117 47
114 71
1,045 50
214 25
81 75
494 92


.


fl4,021 22








Oash on hand


538 19




fl4,559


41


$14,559 41



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$81,399.36; amount of mortgage on same, $23,875.80; value of in-
vestments, $1,987.50; value of investments held by trustees for
benefit of society, $23,876.80.



KLUDf M. aiFTOBD SHELTBROf Q HOME CORPORATION, SO Appleton
Road, Brighton. (Incorporated, 1888.)

Report for year ending April 1, 1918.

Josephine MacC. Shaw, President; Constance J. Bessey, Secre-
iary; Herbert B. Gushing, Treasurer; Albert H. Perkins, Superin-
tendent.

Care of deserted animals.

Number of paid officers, 2.

Number aided during year, 1,502.



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Oftth on hand


f 1,066 86


Salaries and wa^s


11,348 50


Subscriptions and donations


3 50


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments


6,606 7i


supplies ....


1 40






Provisions and supplies


1,965 87






Heat light, and power


161 32






Fnmishings and incidental








repairs ....


556 42






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


88 45




$4,066 96






Income invested .


2,106 88






Cash on hand


1,508 26




$7,677 10


$7,677 10



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$21,100; value of investments, $116,820; value of investments held
by trustees for benefit of society, $30,000.



ILU8 MIMOBIAL AMD SLDBIDQI HOME, INC., IS Cmnmr St., Boston.
(Ineorporftted 1900.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1913.

Mrs. T. Bussell Sullivan, President; Marjorie C. Appleton, Secre-
tary; George U. Crocker, Treasurer; Miss Jane E. McCrady, Head
Worker.

To draw together the best forces in the neighborhood. To furnish
and promote healthy recreation. To study conditions in the inter-
ests of the neighborhood.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 7.



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Cash on hand


f 121 68




$8,842 96


Subscriptions, donations, and




Printing, postage, and office




entertainments .


8,688 22


supplies .


142 53






House supplies and ezi»ense


704 78






Total current receipts


$8,759 90


Rent ....


180 00


Loans to income .


900 00


Heat, light, and power


289 14






Vacation camp .


1,556 80






Oaddy camp


118 27






Sand garden


459 00






Telephone


122 59






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


122 63




$6,988 65






Income invested .


1,000 00






Loans paid .


1,400 00






Cash on hand


271 05




19,659 90


$9,659 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,500; amount of mortgage on same, $4,200; value of invest-
ments, $1,000.



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■PI8COFAL CITY MISSION, 1 Joy St., Boston. (Incorporated 184S.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1018.

Bt. Bev. William Lawrence, D.D., President; Charles E. Mason,
Secretary; George S. Selfridge, Treasurer; Bev. Frederick B. Allen,
Superintendent,

To search out the religious needs of the city of Boston, and to
conduct the missionary work within its limits.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, about 79, including summer
workers.



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From beneficiaries


1251


50


Debit balance


19.628 54


Snbacriptions and donations


84,589


88


Salaries and wages


24,989 75


Bequests to income .


10,824


99


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments .


8,888


67


supplies . . . .


1,888 88


Employers' LiabiUty As-






Provisions and supplies


1,584 22


surance Corporation


4


00


Bent


520 00


For diocesan missions


6,500


55


Heat, light, and power


1,921 29


For diocesan mission fund .


1,860


00


Furnishings and incidental
repairs .


1,224 99








Total current receipts


$56,854


59


Relief, Christmas, etc.


1,368 28


Debit balance


10,285


99


Interest . . . ,
Water rates, insurance, and

Playrooms, excursions, etc.

besides stipends
HisceUaneous

Total current expenses


1,822 80

1,567 62

656 74
1,880 66




$47,848 72








To improvements, St. Ans-










garius Church, etc.


565 66








To treasurer, Diocesan










Board of Missions .


6,500 65








To beneficiaries, diocesan










mission fund, etc. .


1,850 66








Carried to capital


10,324 99




167,090


58


167,090 58



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$233,000; amount of mortgage on same, $26,600; value of invest-
ments, $81,027.59 ; value of investments held by trustees for benefit
of society, $1,980.



XVAKQXLISTIC ASSOCIATION Or NIW BNQLAND, 519 Tremont Temple,
Boston. (Incorporated 1889.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

James B. Bell, M.D., President; S. M. Sayford, General Secre-
tary and Treasurer; Arthur Reddish, Recording Secretary.

To assist in evangelistic work throughout New England ; to main-
tain a bureau for supplying ministers for vacant pulpits; to min-
ister to the comfort of patients in the hospitals of Boston and



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vicinity. Little material aid is given^ but other assistance is ren-
dered to many hospital patients.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 6.



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Cash on hand

BequetU to income

'Subteriptions and donations

Hospital Tiiitation

Earning! of secretary

Oommissions ministerial de-
partment

Collections in evangelistic
work

Miscellaneous



91,069 98

6,000 00

5,948 88

1,475 82

268 85

164 76

1,744 70
191 16



916,858 10



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Rent ....
Light.

Hospital TisiUtion
Eyangelistio work
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



94.792 68

618 74

600 00

6 60

1,703 08

8,811 52

169 25

911,196 82
5,661 28

916,858 10



FAITH AND HOPE ASSOCIATION, 119 Huntinfton Chunbmi, Boston.

Summ«r camp at West Townstnd. (Inoorporatod 1896.)

Report for year ending December 1, 1918.

Mrs. M. Clara Kirby, President and Superintendent; Miss Maud
A. Brigham, Secretary and Treasurer.

Taking music and helpful literature to hospitals, old ladies'
homes, etc. Taking Christmas gifts and necessary comforts to sick
and needy women and children. Summer camps for tired-out
women and children.

Number of paid employees, 2.

Number aided during year in institution, 166, viz., 150 partly
paying, 6 free ; outside institution, 991 ; families aided, 10.



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Oath on hand 996 68

From beneficiaries 455 17

Subscriptions and donations 1,286 80



91,788 60



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Rent ....
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



9244 GO

182 95
684 89
143 60
111 28

90 10
296 41



91,708 18
85 47

91,788 60



THI FARM AND TRADES SCHOOL, Thompson's Island, Roston. (In-
corporated 1885.)
Beport for year ending January 18, 1918.

Alfred Bowditch, President; Tucker Daland, Secretary; Arthur
Adams, Treasurer; Charleg H. Bradley, Superintendent.
The training and education of worthy boys of fair physical and



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mental condition^ between the ages of ten and sixteen years^ for
higher school and useful occupations.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 21.

Number aided during year, 129, viz., 89 partly paying, 40 free.



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Cash on hand .


93.945


08


Salaries and wages .


918,487 68


From beneficiaries


6,014


98


Printing, postage, and




Subscriptions and dona






office supplies


1,205 88


tions


5,428


00


Provisions and supplies .


7,001 11


Bequests .


52,000


00


Heat, light, and power .


8,001 07


Income from investments


17,082


70






Miscellaneous .


1,218


08


tal repairs .
Farm ....
Clothing ....


9,179 54
2,979 72
1,288 07


Total current receipts


$85,638


69


Loans


4,000


00


Medical ....


196 19


Receipts from income


77


50


Educational and industrial


1,768 89


Sale of securities


12,018


25


Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses .


1,486 79




941,484 94








Investments


44,565 00








Loans paid


12,500 00








Gash on hand .


8,179 50




$101,729


44


9101,729 44



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$43,075 ; value of investments, $269,433.66.



FATHERS' AND M0TH1B8' CLUB, S Joy St., Boston. Homt, 78 Orove
St., Beading, (bicorporatod 1906.)
Report for seren months ending January 1, 1918.

Mrs. Mary Pamela Eice, President; Mrs. Edith Garcelon Dennis,
Secretary; Mrs. Clara J. Marsh, Treasurer; Mrs. Anna B. Connor,
House Mother.

To interest men and women to work for purer, truer homes, and
to carry on at the club farm in Beading tiie work of upbuilding
delicate and anaemic school children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 147. Children taken for outings, 200.



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Cash on hand 9186 25

Subscriptions and donations 1,061 20



fl,197 45



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Salaries and wages

Printing, postage, and office
supplies

Provisions and supplies

Rent ....

Heat ....

Extra taxes to town of Read-
ing ....

Interest on mortgage .

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$867 47

134 19

859 99

40 00

82 25

88 84

100 00

29 09



fl,146 88
50 62

fl.l97 45



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,500; amount of mortgage on same, $2,000; amount of fund,
$217.81.



THI rAULKNXB HOSPITAL CORPORATION, Centrt St., WardSS, Boston.
(Incorporated 1900.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Randall G. Morris, President; Miss Emily 6. Denny, Secretary;
Ingersoll Bowditch, Treasurer; Miss Edith I. Cox, Superintendent.

General hospital purposes.

Number of paid officers or employees, 17.

Number aided during year, 521, viz., 352 paying, 7 partly pay-
ing, 162 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subacriptions and donations
Income from investments .



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$7,580


24


Salaries and wages


$9,810 49


17.504


56


Printing, postage, and office




2


00


•applies ....


197 00


20,939


65


Provisions and supplies


9,484 19






Rent


802 00






Heat, light, and power


3,020 55






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


1,739 55






Medicine and apparatus


1,079 07






Miscellaneoui

Total current expenses .


9,825 54




$84,958 89






Income invested .


14 65






Cash on hand


11.053 41


$46,026


45


$46,026 45



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$158,108.38 ; value of investments, $401,926.28.



RDXRATID BOYS' CLUBS, 36 Congress St., Boston. (Incorporated

i9oe.)

Report for year ending June 1, 1913.

Thomas Chew, President; George N. Putnam, Secretary; Frank
A. Day, Treasurer,

To associate individuals and clubs in order to promote the work
of boys' clubs, and to further the formation of new clubs where
needed ; to disburse funds and to hold property for the purpose of
such work.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.



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OaBh on hand 9119 68

SubscriptionB and donations 4,928 75



95.048 88



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Rent ....
Extension and field work



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