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$22,610 88






Gash on hand


468 11




128.078 99


$28,078 99



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$43,000 ; value of investments, $5,000.



HIBRKW WOBON'S 8EWINO SOCUTT, 164 Charlet St., Boston. (In-
corporated 1994.)
Beport for year ending May 7, 1918.

Mrs. J. Herman, President; Mrs. I. K. E. Prager, Secretary;
Mrs. L. Baer, Treasurer.

To clothe and befriend the Jewish poor, and give recreation to
poor children and mothers of the Jewish faith.

KTumber of paid oflScers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 1,387.



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Cash on hand

Snbaeriptiona and donations
Annuities and beqnests to
incomo ....
Income from inrestments
Federated Charities



$221 «8
288 00

89 78

885 00

4,000 00



$4,829 80



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Salaries and wages $800 00
Printing, postage, and office

snpplies .... 82 08

Provisions and supplies 8,201 58

Rent 450 00

Insurance .... 15 91

Sundries .... 178 98

Total current expenses $4,078 50

Cash on band 150 80

$4,829 36



Value of investments, $10,050.



THE HOLT CHILD DAT NUB8IBT, 100 Hiffh St., Churlestown. (In-

coipontod lOlS.)
Beporfe for year ending January 1, 1918.

Miss Mary Moms, President; Mrs. Elisabeth Breen Crowley,
Secretary; Mrs. Eleanor Brennan, Treasurer; Mrs. Ellen Finnegan,
Matron.

To establish and support a day nursery where worthy women who
are obliged to go out to work to support their families may leave
their young children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 6,038, all partly paying.



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Oash on hand


$800 88


Salaries and 'vrages


$644 50


Subscriptions and donations


1.958 70


Printing, postage, and office




Dues


69 00


supplies ....


10 25






Provisions and supplies


80 80






Heat, light, and power


76 00






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


924 56






Water rates ....


10 00






Interest ....
Total current expenses


100 00




$1,845 61






Oash on hand


488 92




$2,829 58


$2,829 58



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



HOMB FOR AOID COLORED WOMEN, St Haaoook St., Borton. (In-

eorporated 1864.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Joseph P. Loud, President; Miss Lucy Parsons, Clerl-; Robert
Homans, Treasvrer; Miss Mary E. Townsend, Matron.



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Support of indigent aged colored women in the Home and par-
tial support of other such women outside the Home.

Number of paid ofiBcers or employees, 5.

Nimiber aided during year in institution, 23; outside institu-
tion, 59.



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G«ah on hand


$788 21


Salaries and wages


$1,586 82


Subscriptioiii and donations


568 60






Annuities and 1>eqne8t8 to




svppUes .


60 66


income ....


1,600 00


Provisions and supplies


2,886 67


Income from investments .


7,468 06


Heat, light, and power


661 68


Miseellaneoa*


80 00


Fomishings and incidental








repairs .


698 41






Medicine, hospitol treatment.








etc . . .


128 89






Outside aid


2,785 00






Insurance .


84 00






Pensions


140 00






Teleplione and water rates


58 99














tery lots i


129 50






Accrued interest on invest








menti


189 16






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


55 00




$8,604 28






Income invested .


1,058 72






Oash on hand .


622 46




$10,280 46


$10,280 46



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,000; value of investments, $160,886.81.



HOMB FOR AOID COUPLES, 409-417 Walnut Ave. and 1066 Columbus

Ave., Boston. (Incorporated 1884.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Elizabeth Abbott Carleton, President; Annie C. Hayden, Secre-
tary; J. W. Smith, Treasurer; Mrs. Annie Manchester and Miss
H. C. Wingate, Matrons.

Protestant home for American couples who have seen better days
and are upwards of sixty-five years of age. Admission fee, $400
and conveyance of property to home.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 22.

Number aided during year, 80.



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Goth on hand .


$5,484 14


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Salaries and wagea .


$5,559 67


From benefleiariw .


6,800 00


Printing, poatage, and oftce


SuUcriptioni and dona




supplies


811 47


tiona


1.788 00




7.898 86


Boqneiti .


117.146 20


Safe depodt Tanlt .


100 00


Income from inToatmenti


28.216 20


Heati light, and power


2.757 28


Payment mortgage note


1.000 00


Pomishingg and inciden




Exchange of secnritiee


250 00


tal repairs


1.988 00


MetropoUtan Street Rail




Insurance account .


502 55


road . . .


198 66


Medical and funeral ex




Payment on note and in




penses .


880 70


tercet .


157 00


Betterment tax on home




Rebate, national bank taj


89 84


esUte .
ImproTcments and furnish


525 00






ings


9,780 01






Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses


498 27




$80,251 16






Income iuTeeted


87,910 00








42,418 77




$160,574 98


$160,574 08



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$203,100; yalue of inyestments, $748,238.01; value of inyestments
held by trustees for benefit of society, $2,000.



HOMB FOR AOID BON, 18S West Bprixiffl«ld St., Boston. (Ineorporated

1860.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Charles E. Eogerson, President; Charles A. Coolidge, Secretary;
Charles W. Jones, Treasurer; Helen L. Mallory, Superintendent.

Providing a home for aod extending outside aid to respectable
worthy men at least fifty-five years of age who have resided in
Boston during the ten years preceding their application for relief.
Admission fee, $150.

Number of paid employees, 20.

Number aided during year in institution, 57; outside institu-
tion, 98.



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Oash on hand


$2,492


14


Wages . . . .


$8,524 87


Admission fees .


600


00


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


25


00


supplies ....


517 58


Annuities and beqnests


8,674


86


Provisions and supplies


9.864 79


Income from inTestments .


87.948


58


Insurance ....


840 00


Prom Austin fund


1.200


00


Heat, light, and power


2,897 99


From outside esUtes .


2,700


00


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


129


46


repairs . . . .
Beneflciariea
Austin fund
Annuitants
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


1.065 60

15.199 00

1.025 00

8,700 00

488 91




$48,078 24








ImproTements and additions










torealesUte .


8,061 61








Income iuTcsted .


1,596 81








Oash on hand .


1,088 88




$48,765


04


$48,765 04








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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purpoees^
$50,000; value of investments, $815,872.66.



HOMB FOR AOKD WOBCIN, 106 B6V«ra St., Boston. (Z&oorporatad 1899.)
Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Winthrop H. Wade, President; Frank W. Kaan, Secretary; Wil-
liam P. Blake, Treasurer; Maria P. Ladd, Matron.

Home for aged women of American parentage who have resided
in Boston for ten years preceding application for admission and
who are at least sixty-five years of age. Admission fee, $160. As-
sistance given to those outside of the Home and to aged nurses,
being beneficiaries of the Doane aud Edward Austin funds.

Number of paid oflScers and employees, 36.

Number aided during year in institution, 98; outside institu-
tion, 114.



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Cash on hand .
From beneficiaries
Donations ....

income ....
Income from inTostments .
MiBcellaneons


$1,961 45

8,100 80

45 00

1,200 00

49,096 71

466 68


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Salaries and wages .
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
For running home
Edward Austin fund bene-
ficiaries ....
Doane fund beneficiaries .
Outside beneficiaries .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .
Oash on hand .


$16,056 58

18.804 59

4,047 48

8,780 08

1,075 00
6,150 55
6,204 12
1,065 87


Total corrent receipts
Excess of expenditures


$65,066 68
8,822 00


$57,104 07
2,505 60




$59,780 67


$50,780 67



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$200,612.29; value of investments, $882,872.24.



HOMB FOR DS8TITUT1 CATHOLIC CHILDBBR OF BOSTON, 788 Har-
rison Ave., Boiton. (Z&oorporat$d 1864.)

Beport for year ending January 18, 1018.

John P. Manning, President; William J. Porter, Secretary; John
A. Bruen, Treasurer; D. J. Pyne, Superintendent.
Temporary care of destitute Catholic children.
Number of paid ofScers or employees, 10.
Number aided during year, 1,763.



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Cash on hand .


$6,821 08


Salaries and wages .


$6,024 00


Sabtcriptions and donationa


8,607 20


Printing, postage, and oiBce




Bequests


25.658 61


supplies ....


538 56


Ladies' Aid Society .


18,752 00


Provisions and supplies


12,940 11


From real estate


1,444 70


Heat, light, and power


2,017 68


Redemption of Maine Oen




Furnishings and incidental




tral Railroad bonds


5,000 00


repairs ....


8.042 15


Income from investmente


8,800 61


Fire escapes


818 02


Miscellaneous


5 27


Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


8.140 85




$28,515 87






Income invested .


29.622 09






Oash on hand .


7,087 41




$65,175 87


$65,175 87



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes^
$140,000; Talue of investments, $101,222.31.

HOMB FOR JXWI8H CHILDBBR, Canterbury St., comer Augtin St.,

Dorcheiter. (Dicorporated 1909.)

Report for year ending October 80. 1918.

David A. Lourie, President; Abraham E. Pinanski, Financial
Secretary; Caspar M. Grosberg, Recording Secretary; Oscar Gros-
berg, Treasurer; Louis Cohen, Superintendent

Care and maintenance of destitute Jewish children.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 16.

Number aided during year, 209.



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Cash on hand . $452 58

Subscriptions and donations 25,969 04
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 1,075 50



$27,497 12



Or.

Salaries and wages . $7,940 80
Printing, postage, and oiBce

supplies .... 68 16

Provisions and supplies 9,518 77

Heat, light, and power 8.184 60
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 1.954 10

Miscellaneous 4.500 10

Total current expenses . $27,161 58

Cash on hand . 885 59

$27,497 12



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
about $90,000.

THE H0U8IH0LD NURSIMO ASSOCIATION, office, $ Mariborooffh St.,
Boston. (Inoorporatad 1911.)

Report for year ending April 80. 1918.

!Mrs. Mary H. Coolidge, President; Anna L. Coolidge, Cleric;
George W. Brainard, Treasurer; Ann E. Murray, Superintendent.
Care of the sick in the home.



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Number of paid employees, from 10 to 15.

Number aided from December 1, 1912, to April 30, 1913 (no
record being available prior to December 1, 1912), 96, all paying;
number of families aided, 94.



From beneilcUries
Subseriptioiia and donations
MisoeUaneoot



Of.



$961 58


Salaries and wages


$2,809 86


2,865 20


Printing, postage, and office




6 86


tnppUes ....


178 65




Bent


284 00




Coal


41 00




Telephone ....


59 06




Miscellaneons

Total enrrent expenses


89 86




$8,856 88




Cash on hand


475 25


$8,882 08


$8,882 08



HOUSE OF THE AMOIL OUARDIAH, TBUBT1S8 OF THE, M Vmion
St., Bozbury. (Incorporatad 185S.)

Beport for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Brother Jude, President, Treasurer, and Superintendent; Brother
Cleophas, Secretary.

An asylum for destitute and orphan boys; also for delinquent
children to save them from commitment; gives educational and in-
dustrial training.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year, 927, viz., 183 paying, 379 partly pay-
ing, 366 free.



Gash on hand .


$8,893 77


Salaries and wages .


$5,647 46


Towards building fond


8.918 20


Printing, postage, and ofllce




Society of the Angel Guard-




supplies ....


491 87


ian ... .


28.781 56


Provisions and supplies


26,028 64


Bequests to income .


1.687 00


Heat, light, and power


8,888 28


Board and clothing .


28.288 24


Furnishings and incidental




Earnings of the Angel




repairs ....


2,266 62


Guardian Preu


4,816 94


Miscdlaneous


1,444 07


Bent of Maplewood farm .


1,282 56








Miscellaneous


869 04


Total current expenses .


$89,206 94






Invested for building fund


21,449 17






Cash on hand


1,676 20




$62,882 81


$62,882 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$175,000 ; value of investments, $70,425.50.



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HOUSE OF THE OOOD SAKASITAIT, WnnoiM And Blnney BtM., Boirtion.
(Incoipontad IMl.)

Report for year ondlng Deoomber 81, 1912.

Joseph S. Bigelow, President; Miss C. A. Codman, Secretary;
Francis W. Htumewell, Treasurer; Miss Louise M. Coleman, Su-
perintendent.

A hospital for white women and children without condition of
religion, nationality, or residence; also a day camp for tuberculosis
patients.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 21.

Number aided during year in institution, 189, all free; outside
institution, 263, all free.



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Cash on hand


$54 00


Salaries and wages


$8,729 17


SnbtoriptionB and donations


6.155 45


Printing, postage, and office


I


Annuities and bequests to




supplies .


161 00


income ....


8,450 00


Provisions and supplies


11,668 48


Income from inyestments .


12.216 76


Heat, light, and power
Famishings and incidental


3,435 05






repairs .


1.070 87






Benefloiaries


128 58






Chaplain .


400 00






Tax, insurance, and safety








box . . .


248 85






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


492 65




$26,824 74






Income InTcsted .


449 86






Oash on hand


102 11




$26,876 21


$26,876 21



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$244,134.85 ; value of investments, $300,000.



HOVn OF THE OOOD 8HIPHKBD, 841 Huntington Aw., Boston.
(Z&oorporatad 1870.)

Beport for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

His Eminence Cardinal OTonnell, President; Sister Mary of St.
Anselm, Secretary; Sister Mary of St. Raymond, Treasurer.

The protection of girls in danger. The education, manual and
mental, of unfortunate girls and women, without distinction of race
or creed.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year, 486, viz., 7 partly paying, 478 free.



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Omah on hand .


$27,298 07


Salaries and wages .


$8,798 95


From beneficiaries .


9,100 00


Printing, postage, and olBoc


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Snbaeriptions and dona




snppUes


2,478 49


tiona


1.097 68


ProTisions and supplies ,


85.609 21


Ineome from inTeatments


945 07


Water and ioe .


1,104 00


Indnatriea


71,196 87


Heat, light, and power


6.665 09


Board


914 63


Fomishings and inciden








tal repairs .


7.645 17






Insurance


1.452 48




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Express and fares


898 12






Engineer's supplies, sew








ing machines


1.845 48






SUble, auto truck. laun








dry supplies .


5.411 05






Drugs, physician, dentist
Total current expenses


2.089 22




$78,492 21






Cash on hand .


87,060 96




1110,668 17


$110,558 17



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$405,000; Talue of investments, $30,819.73.



HOWARD BEHIYOLINT BOOUTT, 14 Bmooh St., Boston. (Incorporated

1818.)
Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Bev. Daniel W. Waldron, President; Dr. Winfred B. Bancroft,
Secretary; John A. Bent, Treatwrer,

Belief of the sick and destitute in the city of Boston.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.
Number of families aided during year, 782.



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Sttbecriptions and donations


$70 00


Salaries and wages .


$600 00


Income from investments


12,808 98


Printing, postage, and ofBce




From trust fund


10,700 00


supplies ....


128 84






Coal, groceries, etc. .


17,960 82






Premium charged off .


748 50






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


209 00




$19,641 16






Transferred to capital


8,982 77




$28,578 98


$28,578 98



Value of investments, $283,241.57 ; value of investments held by
trustees for benefit of society, $210,597.

HUICAIIK 80CIITT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSITTS,

78 Trtmont St., Boiton. (Inoorporatad 1791.)

Beport for year ending March 81, 1918.

J. Collins Warren, M.D., President; Charles P. Curtis, Recording
Secretary; Francis C. Welch, Treasurer; H. P. Sears, M.D., Cor-
responding Secretary.



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Saving of life from shipwreck^ and encouragement of persons
in saving life by awarding medals, certificates, etc.

Number of paid officers or employees, 31.

Number aided during year: 11 vessels assisted; 42 medals and
certificates awarded.



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Cash on hand .


$4,110 90


Sslariee and wages .


$2,610 80


Income from inyestments .


11,615 88


Awards . . . .


872 75


From estate of Martha B.




Repairs and improTements .


4,698 04


Hunt ....


27,199 09


Accrued interest


544 89


Sale of 50 sharee, State




Purchase of new bonds


42,808 75


national bank


10,000 00




2,920 66


Principal of secnrity ma-










tured ....


1,000 00


Total current expenses .


$58,944 89


Sale of 100 rights. Ameri-




Cash on hand .


764 81


can Telephone and Tele-








graph Oompany


70 00






Miscellaneous


• 718 88








$54,709 20


$54,709 20



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$1,972.65; value of investments, $260,430.26.



HUMT ABTLUM FOE DISTITUTI CHILDBIR, 10 Iden St., ChailMtown.
(Incorporated 1884.)

Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

James H. Whitman, President; Wm. P. Hart, Secretary and
Treasurer.

To aid or provide homes, temporary or permanent, for destitute
children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 9.



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Cath on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to
income ....
Income from investments



$494 22
22 00



8,781 07
1,815 02



$5,612 81



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Salaries and 'vrafes
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Board of children
Superrision
Clothing ....

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$25 00

42 00
882 28
102 18
115 07



$1,166 48

4,208 42

287 41

$5,612 81



Value of investments, $29,738.50.



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IMMIOEAIITS' HOMB, 7S lUrgiiiAl St., last Boston; Annm at SS Wappinff
St., Chartostown. (Incorporated 189C.)

Baport for year ending Jnly 1, 1018.

Mrs. Emily H. Staples, President; Miss Mary W. Perry, Secre-
tary; Miss Hattie B. Cooper, Treasurer; Mrs. Amanda C. Clark,
Superintendent

To famish protection and necessary assistance to immigrants ar-
riving in Boston on all lines of steamers, especially to women and
children.

Nnmber of paid oflBcers or employees, 6.

Nnmber aided during year, 1,289, viz., 763 paying, 366 partly
paying, 160 free. Helped on the piers, 2,450.



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From benefleiaries
Subtcriptions and donations
Miscenaneons

Total enrrent receipt!
For bafldinf
Furnishings



$2,572 29

2,800 15

202 88

$5,044 82

10.001 20

1,441 84



$23,147 80



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Salaries and wages


$1,887 90


Printing, postage, and ofBcc


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supplies .


104 45


ProTisions and supplies


2,174 88


Bent ....


228 00


Heat, light, and power


549 12


Ineidental repairs


49 87


Insuranee .


815 88


Telephone .


87 22


TraTd


40 00


Legal serriee


50 00


Miscellaneous


152 05



Total current expenses
For building
Furniture .



$5,044 82

10,001 20

1.441 84



$28,147 80



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$35,000.



mDUfTBIAL AID BOOUTT, 4S HawUni St., Boston. (Incorporated

1847.)
Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

William P. Fowler, President; Bev. Christopher B. Eliot, Secre-
tary; William Atherton, Treasurer; Henry Peterson, General Agent.
To find employment for worthy applicants.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 3.
Number aided during year, 2,297.



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Gash on hand


$876 85


Salaries and wages


$8,474 06


Subscriptions and donations


1.014 00


Printing, postage, and office




Inoomo from investments


8.040 25


tnppUee ....


88 50


Payment on mortgage .


100 00


Telephone ....


94 05






Heat, light, and power


124 54






Office expenses


167 12






Appropriation from Joy fund


418 00






Total current expenses


15 00




$4,882 17






Oash on hand


648 48




$5,080 60


$5,080 60



Value of investmentB, $60,350.



INDUSTBIAL SCHOOL FOR CBIFPLID AND DBTORMID OHILDBXN,
ail St. Botolph St., Boston. (Incorporated 1894.)

Report for fifteen months ending June 80, 1918.

Francis J. Cotting, President; Thomas K, Cummins, Secretary;
E. Pierson Beebe, Treasurer; Miss Mary M. Perry, Superintendent:

To promote the education and special training of crippled and
deformed children. Admission at five years; no restrictions as to
sex, color, nationality, or creed ; no mental defectives.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 19.

Number aided during year, 160.



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Gash on hand


$7,025 78


Salaries and wages .


$20,700 57


Subscriptions and donation!


I 25.047 88


Printing, postage, and offic<


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Bequesto to income .


6.582 20


supplies .


25 28


Income from investments


14,775 22


Provisions and supplies


6,606 80


Industrial classes


1.650 00


Insurance .


484 7b


Entertainments .


7,785 12


Transportation .


5,894 84


Interest on deposits .


288 62


Telephone .


251 09


Sale of investments .


9.972 05


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidenta


1.789 88






repairs .


4.881 81






Annual report .


221 61






Advertising


276 48






BeUef committee


75 00






Auditing, etc. .


150 00






Rent of safe (two years)


60 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


209 47




$40,527 11






Income invested .


14.067 50






Transferred to capital


11.779 71






Oash on hand .


6.652 55




$78,026 87


$78,026 87



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$193,800; value of investments, $290,000.



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IMDUBTBZAL SCHOOL FOR OXBL8, ISt Cmtre Bt./DorehMttr. (Incor-

poratad IMS.)

Report for j9t ending December 81, 1012.

Miss Eleanor S; Parker, President; Miss Mary G. Stone, Secre-
tary; Robert S. Sturgis, Treasurer; Mrs. B. A. Capron, Matron.

Training school and home for girls of good character, between
ten and fifteen years of age, without reBtrictiou as to color, nation-
ality, religion, or residence.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year in institution, 33, viz., 18 partly pay-
ing, 15 free ; outside institution, 6, all free.



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Oaih on hand


$515 27


Salariea and wacea


$2,089 00


From beneficiaries


610 50


Printing, pottage, and office






2,089 00


auppliea ....


40 02


Income from investments


6,064 82


ProTisiona and auppliea


8,140 95


Miacenaneous


184 54


Lanndrjr and cleaning .


884 48






Light and telephone


121 88






Furnishings, clothing, and








incidental repairs


909 55






TraTding expensea, matron,








and agent


228 81






Physician, dentist, and








chemist ....


166 88






Garden, painting .


807 84






Insurance ....


88 80






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


261 65




$7,742 11






Income inveeted .


926 05






Oaah on hand


245 97




$8,914 13



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