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$8,914 18



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$19,400; value of investments, $119,730.20.



INFANTS' HOSPITAL, 37 Blossom St., Boston. (Incorporated 1881.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Clarence John Blake, M.D., President; Henry W. Palmer, Secre-
tary; Nelson S. Bartlett, Treasurer; Miss Margaret Farquhar, reg-
istered nurse. Superintendent.

The care of sick infants. The training (by a postgraduate
course) of nurses6






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


291 24




f8.670 82






Cash on hand


4,687 69




f 18,808 51


f 18,808 51



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,324.87.



MASONIC IDUCATION AND CHAKITT TRUST, MMonic Temple, Botton.
(Ineorporated 1884.)

Report for year ending December 14. 1912.

Everett C. Benton, President; George R. Rhodes, Secretary; Ed-
win B. Holmes, Treasurer.

Incorporated to hold charity funds. Maintains home for Masons
in Charlton, Mass.



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Cash on hand .
Income from investments .


$1,469 76
28,895 17


Of.
Clerical work on records
Rent of safe
Collection of coupons .
Premium on bonds
Charity . . . .

Total current expenses
Income inrested .
Cash on hand


$50 00

55 00

68

1,092 50

11.866 18




$12,558 16

11.892 49

919 28




924.864 98


$24,864 98



Value of investments, $639,451.



MASSACHUSITTS ASSOCIATION FOB PROMOTINO THE DfTIBBSTB
OF THE ADULT BLIND, S64 Boyliton St., Boeton. (Incorporated
190S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Rev. Edward Cummings, President; Mr. Edward E. Allen, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Mary Morton Kehew, Treasurer.

To promote the interests of the blind: (1) through the work for
preTention of blindness; (2) through loan and aid to blind indi-
viduals; (3) through contributions towards the maintenance of the



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James A. Woolson House; (4) by contributions to the support of
the quarterly magazine " Outlook for the Blind/^

Number aided during year through Woolson House, 61 ; through
loan and aid committee, 55.



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Cash on htnd
Subscriptions and donations

Refunds to loan and aid
Interest ....


$2,664 10

6,614 60

2.420 29

94 68

101 91


Ct.

Printing ....
Maintenance of Woobon
House ....
Outlook, puUieation .
Loan and aid .
Prerention of blindness

Total current expenses .
Gash on hand


fl48 10

8,668 89

8,280 29

1,061 28

875 00




98,448 01
8,262 41




911,695 42


911,696 42



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$15,900.



MA88ACHIT8ITTS BABIB8' HOSPITAL, 48 Hawkins St., Boston. (In-

eorporated lUl,)
Report for year ending November 1, 1918.

Edward E. Warren, President; Dudley L. Pickman, Jr., Secre-
tary; Walter Hunnewell, Jr., Treasurer; Alice M. Cheney, Oenerai
Secretary.

Assisting and providing for infants medically and socially.

Number of paid officers or employees, 44.

Number aided during year in institution, 346, viz., 13 paying,
291 partly paying, 98 free; outside institution, 272, viz., 12 paying,
194 partly paying, 66 free; number of families aided, 530.



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Cash on hand
Board from parents .
Snhaeriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to

income .
Income from iuTestments
Nurse maids in training

school
Directory for wet nurses
Sale of milk. etc.
Entertainments, fairs, etc.
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Sale of securities
Loans to income



f7,471


68


10,988


06


11,825


14


2,500


00


7,471


08


890


19


745


29


180


22


4,488 76 1


771


58


$46,781


90


2,000


00


5,000


00


$58,781


90



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

supplies .
Prorisions and supplies
Rent ....
Heat, Ught, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
Board of babies .
Clothing

Medicines and drugs .
Laundry
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Securities bought
Cash on hand



915,815 24



2,056 58

6,682 48

580 86

2,448 49



2,072 70
9,899 21
1,867 14
1.407 06
1,651 02
8,029 45

946,910 28
4,180 87
2,690 80

958,781 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$50,376.22 ; value of investments, $137,460.33.



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



MA88A0HIT8ITT8 BAPTIST CHABITABLI 80CIBTT, 19 AshburUm
Vlmo; Boston. (Inoorpoimted 18S1.)

Report for year ending October 10, 1918.

Rev. Millard F. Johnson, President; Rev. Charles L. Page, Sec-
retary; John F. Barnes, Treasurer.

To aid widows and children of deceased Baptist ministers of
Massachusetts.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 67.



Df.

OMh on hand .
Snbeoriptions and donations
Income from inTeitmenta
Inrestmentt matured .



98.096 70

666 97

10,459 65

6,889 68



925.661 95



Or,
Salariet and wages . 9375 00

Printing, pottage, and office

■uppliee . . / . 808 81

To beneficiaries . . 10,986 75



Total current expenses
Income inrested .
Cash on hand



911,620 06
7,591 89
6,850 00

925,561 95



Value of investments, $239,913.49.



MASSAOHUBBTTB BAPTIST MI88IONABY SOCIBTT. 501 Tremont
Temple, Boeton. (Xnewpormted 1807.)

Report for year ending October 18, 1918.

Rev. Franklin Hutchinson,* President; Eev. Hugh A. Heath,*
Secretary; Edward E. Stevens,* Treasurer.

To assist small and needy churches and to do missionary work
in the name of the Baptist Church within Massachusetts.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.



Dr.
Oash on hand
Subscriptions and donations
Income from inTestments .



94.259 88
24.999 81
28,286 16



957.545 80



€r.

Salaries and wages .

Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....

Rent

To churches and mission-
aries ....

Total current expenses .
Cash on hand



98,560 20

1.868 87

692 25

48.685 42

956,811 06

734 24

957,545 80



Value of investments, $578,764.06.



1 Eleeted Norember 1. 1018.



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MAUACHUSBTTB CHABITABLI ITI AND EAR IMFIBMA&Y, S33 OharlM
St., corner Vruit St., Boston. (Ineorporated 181$.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Qeorge B. Shattuck, President; Robert G. Homans, Secretary;
Henry Parkman, Treasurer; Farrar C. Cobb, M.D., SupertntenderU.

Treatment of diseases of the eye and ear of poor persons without
regard to age, sex, color, nationality, or creed; with few exceptions,
only residents of Massachusetts.

fTumber of paid officers or employees, 125.

Number aided during year in institution, 3,497, viz., 402 paying,
1,153 partly paying, 1,942 free; outside institution, 30,012, all free.



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From benefloiariee .

Subscriptions and dona-
tions

Annaitiee and bequests to
ineome

Ineome from InTestmentt

State appropriations .

Special fnnda .

Misodlaneous .

Total current receipts
Deficit



929,781


96


1,110


00


2,700


00


27,798


00


45,000


00


1,660


00


116


92


$108,060 88


14,071


66


9122,182


64



Or,

Salaries and wages .
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Optical and surgical in^

stfuments
Heat, ligbt, and power
Furnishings and inoiden*

tal repairs
Social serrice work .
X-ray and surgical appli<

ances .
Aural surgeon's appliances
Free glasses for State

wards . . . .
Miscellaneous .



950,018 95

2,040 22
88,170 68

1,861 72
11,082 84

6,879 56
4,670 06

8,886 61
420 74

517 85
8.740 06

9122,182 54



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$563,341.62; value of investments, $574,588.47.



BCA88ACHU8BTT8 CHABITABLI FIBB 8O0IBTT, 86 Milk 8t., Boston.
(Incorporated 1794.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 1, 1918.

Alfred B. Wellington, President; Henry H. Sprague, Secretary;
James E. Hooper, Treasurer.

Belief of suffering by fire, and for other charitable purposes.

Kumber of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year: 9 individuals and 20 charitable in-
stitutions.



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Dr.
Cash on hand .
InooBM from inrettmentt .
Beqnoot . . . .
Bonds redoemed at par


92,858 10

2,800 50

400 00

10,000 00


Cr,
SaUriao and wages .
PajmonU to oharitoblo io-
oieUoa ....
Tools to mechanics
Aid to sttflerers hf Are
MisceUaneous

Total current expenses .
Purchase of bonds
Cash on hand .


9250 00

1.350 00

07 00

. 60 18

285 60




91.802 78

11,801 17

1.760 79




915,558 69


915,558 69



Value of investments, $57,897.



ilAMACHUBITTB CHABITABLB 80CI1TT, 1013 Old South Bundinf ,
Boiton. (XnoorpormUd 1704.)

Beport for year ending August 81, 1918.

John A. Hunneman, President; Frederick A. Wellington, Secre-
tary; Q, QloYer Crocker, Jr., Treaswrer.

The relief of any member of the society and after his decease the
relief of his widow and children.

Number of paid i^cers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 5.



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Oash on hand
Income from inTCStments



Of.



9890 67




9260 00


6,918 06


Printing, postage, and office






supplies ....


8 15




Donations ....


8,780 00




One hundred and fiftieth an*






nirersary and miscellane-






OUB

-
Total current expenses


764 20




94,762 85




Income inrested .


729 80




Cash on hand


2,817 08


97.808 78


97,808 78



Value of investments, $152,128.71.



MA8SACHU8BTT8 OOliaBSaATIONAL OHAEITABLB 800IBTT, SO

CoDfroM St., Boiton. (Inoorporatod ITiO.)

Report for year ending May 14, 1918.

Winslow Warren, President; Rev. Edward Hale, Secretary; Qren-
ville H. Norcrosfl, Treasurer.

To aid widows and daughters of deceased Congregational (Uni-
tarian and Trinitarian) ministers who have had settlements in
Massachusetts.



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Number of paid ofScers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 54.



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OMh on hand
Income from inTwUnenU

Total eurroni roeeipta
Tronsfeired to income



f 14,128 07
14.872 88

$28,495 40
828 75



$28,819 15



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Seleriee end weget .
Printing, poeUge, and office
■uppliee ....
Bent of tef e
To beneieiariee .

Total current expenses .
Gash on hand



$800 00

1 59

15 00

18,648 08

918.964 67
14,854 48

$28,819 15



Value of investments, $315,000.



THE MA SMAOHU SITTB DXyXSIOH OF THE nfTIBHATIOllAL BUlfgHIllS
800IITT, tf T«mpto Place, Boston. (Inoorporatod IMS.)

Beport for year ending September 1, 1918.

Mrs. Clara J. Kimball, President; Ellen C. Shepard, Secretary
and Treasurer.

To incite its members to a performance of kind and helpful deeds,
and thus to bring the sunshine of happiness into the greatest pos-
sible number of hearts.



Subscriptions and donations
Miseellaneons .



$107 45
22 81



$180 26



Printing,

supplies
Miscellaneons



Or.
postage, and



office



$18 41
111 85

$180 26



MAMACHUSKTTB GSmnUL HOSPITAL, BlOMom St., Boston; MelMa
AMQiital and Oontatesoont Hospital, Bolmont. (InMorporatod 1811.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Henry P. Walcott, M.D., President; John A. Blanchard, Secre-
ta/ry; Charles H. W. Poster, Treasurer; Prederick A. Washburn,
M.D., Admimstraior.

Belief of the sick and injured (except contagious and chronic
cases) ; and at Belmont, the McLean Hospital for the care of the
insane; and Convalescent Hospital.

Number of paid officers or employees, 860.

Number aided during year in institution, 7,556, viz., 3,061 pay-
ing, 718 partly paying, 3,786 free ; visits to out-patient department,
136,096.



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Cr,




Osth on hand .


fl2,827 21


Administration expenses .


$51,889 85


From benefleUriat .


524,460 98


Professional care of pa-




Subscriptions and dona-




tienU ....


184,498 81


tions ....


2.478 94


Department expenses


810,886 00


Annuities and bequests to








income ....


1,000 00


penses ....


189,689 86


Income from inrestments .


188,426 67


Expenses from special




Inrestments to land build-




funds ....


18,146 60


ings ... .


44,718 68


Interest on notes pajable .


14,685 91


General fund .


90,987 81


Annuitants


4,408 40


Miscellaneous .


89 68


Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses .


76,614 08




$846,764 41






Oash on hand .


18,669 01




$859,488 42


$869,488 42



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,022,311.43 ; value of investments, $3,606,710.17.



MASSA0HU8KTT8 HOMI VOB tllTllCPIBAra WOMBf, ooni«r Blnnty
and Bmjma Bto., Boxbury. (Ineorporat^d 1881.)

Report for year ending April 1, 1918.

Eev. James Beed, President; Mrs. W. W. Boyden, Secretary;
Mrs. W. W. Potter, Treasurer; Mrs. M. P. Jones, Superintendent.
The care and reformation of intemperate women.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 10.
Number aided during year, 126, viz., 12 paying, 114 free.



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Or.



Oash on hand .


$1,778 09


Salaries and wafes .


$6,647 48


From beneficiaries


612


70


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donationi


I 8,292


00


suppUes ....


67 75


Annuities and bequests to






ProTisions and supplies


8,884 64


income .


68


24


Ice


68 08


Income from inrestments


448


61


Interest on mortgage .


496 00


From laundry


12,150


01


Heat, light, and power


2.889 06


Sale of horse .


76


00






Merchandise


84


26


repairs ....


486 09


Express company


81


65


New steam heating plant .


1,549 00


Mnk ....


10


71


Horse, horseshoeing, grain.




Miscellaneous


46


25


etc

Laundry supplies and water

tax ... .
Treasurer, physician, and

insurance
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


714 94

769 04

451 89
1,106 16




$17,568 08








Oash on hand


974 44




$18,587


52


$18,587 52



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$48,763.57; amount of mortgage on same, $11,000; value of invest-
ments, $63,050.17.



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MA88ACHIT8BTT8 HOMB BU8SIONABY 80CIBTT, U Beacon St., Bot-
ton. (Incorporated 1807.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Samuel Usher, President; Frederick E. Emrich, D.D., Secretary;
John J. Walker, Treasurer.

To assist small churches in maintaining worship, and to carry
on missionary work among foreign-speaking people. Maintains
House of Good Will, 177 Webster St., East Boston. Through the
Congregational Home Missionary Society, it shares in similar work
throughout the United States.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 4.



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Of.



Cash on band .


f4,069 89


Salaries and wages .


96.710 00


Subecriptions and dona*




Printing, postage, and oAee




tiona ....


62.947 15


supplies


1.897 27


Annuities and bequests to




Expenses, estates


801 25


income ....


88.948 66


Rent, beat, and ligbt


786 00


Income from inrestments .


15.895 78


Travel . . . .


787 72


For investment


2.000 00


Annuity allowances .


4,484 50


Miscellaneous .


488 62


Aid to cburcbes (native) .


88,474 91






Aid to cburcbes (foreign)


27,866 95






To Oongregational Home








Missionary Society out-








side of SUte


6,988 58






Miseellaneous .

Total current expenses.


158 69




982,850 87






Income invested


28,618 78






Oasb on band .


2.825 60




f 108.795 10


9108,795 10



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$18,802.50 ; value of investments, $229,664.60 ; value of investments
held by trustees for benefit of society, $6,000.



BIASSACHU8KTT8 HOMCIOPATHIC HOSPITAL, 81 lut Concord St.,

Boston, and AUston St., Brighton. (Incorporated 1865.)

Report for year ending December 81. 1912.

Edward H. Mason, President; Talbot Aldrich, Secretary; Arthur
F. Estabrook, Treasurer; William 0. Mann, M.D., Superintendent.

For the acute sick, without regard to residence.

Number of paid oflRcers or employees, 227.

Number aided during year in institution, 6,277, viz., 1,610 pay-
ing, 2,166 partly paying, 2,601 free; outside institution, 2,603, all
free.



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Dr.

From beneficiaries .

SnbecriptionB and dona-
tion!

Annuities and bequests to
income .

Income from inTestments

Income not available for
general purposes (Olark
fund) .

Other income not araila-
ble for general purposes

Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



$187,906 88

710 00

100 00
55.485 05

1,460 85

1,248 24
586 11



$197,446 18
8.484 70

$205,880 88



Cf.
Salaries and wages . $70,842 82

Printing, postage, and office

supplies 2.645 80

Prorisions and supplies . 92,527 92
Rent .... 1,380 00

Heat, light, and power 15,048 98

Furnishings and inciden

tal repairs
Insurance
General expenses



Total current expenses
Gash on hand .



15,052 20
2,923 74
3,250 88



$208,172 24
2,708 59



$205,880 88



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$406,870.44; value of investments, $1,343,906.17.



MAStAOHUBITTB LTZWO-IH HOtFITAL, IM WMt 8i>rinfffl«ld St., Bot-
ton. (tnowponUd ISM.)

Report for year ending October 81. 1918.

Eugene Shurtleflf, M.D., President; Albert Storer, Secretary;
Frank L. Burt, M.D., Superintendent and Acting Treasurer.

To establish and maintain a lying-in hospital for the benefit of
the worthy poor.

Not yet in operation.

UAEMACaumTB MXDIOAL BIMSTOLBIIT 80CI1TT, Botton. (In-
corporated 1871.)

Report for year ending October 17, 1918.

Dr. George P. Shattuck, President; Dr. Robert M. Green, Secre-
tary; Dr. William L. Richardson, Treasurer.

Pecuniary assistance to members of the medical profession, their
widows and children.

Number aided during year, 24.



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Oash on hand
Snbacriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to

income
Income from investments
Boston & Albany Railroad

bond redeemed



$2,691 27
442 00

1,600 00
2,808 58

1.000 00


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Printing, postage, and oflSce
supplies ....
Annuities and charity .
Misoellaneo^

Total current expenses
Income inrested .
Cash on hand


$46 15

4.652 00

50 00


$4,748 15

964 17

2,824 48


$8,536 80


$8,536 80



Value of investments, $64,800.



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MA88ACHI78ITT8 80CIITT VOB AJmXG MSCHA&OKD CONVICTS,
14 BUkf House, Boston. (XncoirporaUd 1867.)

Report for year ending AprO 80, 1018.

Alpine McLean/ President; Charles DeNormandie, Secretary;
Walter B. Waterman, Treasurer; George E. Cornwall, Oeneral
Agent

To advise discharged prisoners, furnish them with aid in the
nature of board, clothing, tools, and transportation, and assist them
to procure employment.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 793, 291 of which were meals and
lodgings.



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Cash on hand . $808 22

Snbecriptiont and donations 880 08

Income from hiTeetments . 8,628 70

Total current receipts $5,266 00
InTOstments matured or

changed. . 6,150 88



$11,416 83



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

supplies .... 22 60

Aiding discharged prisoners 1,157 90

MisceUaneons . 221 20

Total current exi>enses . $2,201 70

luTested .... 8.404 82

Cash on hand . 810 81

$11,416 83



Value of investments, $67,205.60.



MASSACHUSETTS SOCUTT POB THl PBBVBIITIOH OV CBUBLTT
TO ANIMALS. 46 Milk St.» Boston. (Incorporated 1868.)

Report for year ending Februarj 28, 1018.

Dr. Francis H. Bowley, President; Guy Eichardson, Secretary;
Hon. Henry B. Hill, Treasurer.

To prevent cruelty to animals by advice and humane education
of the ignorant, warning of the thoughtless, and prosecution when
other means fail.

Number of paid officers or employees, 38. ,

Employs a coUector on commission.

^ Charles LiflBer now president.



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Pf.






Of.




Cftth on hand .


$84,285


75


Salariea and waies .


$87,908 10


Subtoriptions and dona






PabUeation, talephone.




Uons .


18.284


84


printinff, posUge, and




Bequesta .


147,688


55


oiBoe Buppliea


27,495 21


Inoome from investments


21,744


28


Bent . . . .


8.599 96


PabUeationa


12.285


85


TraTolinc expenses, ambn-




Finea and witness fees


8,148


70


lanoe, f eedinf , watering.




Ambulance and horses


667


60


and relief of animate .
Arehitect'a eicpenses (new

building)
Loan and interest
Angell Memorial fountain .
Misoellaneoos

Total current expenses .


17,016 10

2,468 70

20,862 77

2,824 07

982 00




$112,601 91








Inoome invested in build-










ing fund


96.148 91








Oash on hand .


29,259 15




$288,004


97


$288,004 97



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$35,000; value of investments, $517,0:5.22.



BUS8A CHU8 1TT8 80CIITT VOB THl PSIVXNTIOH OV C&UXLTT
TO CHILDBXN, 4S Mt. V«mon St., Boiton. (Xncorporated 1878.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Grafton D. Gushing, PreMent; C. C. Carstens, Secretary; John
H. Sturgis, Treasurer; Edith M. Hotchkiss, Mairon.

To provide effective means for the prevention of crueliy to chil-
dren throughout the Commonwealth.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 63.

Applications made for 12,346 children (5,203 families repre-
sented) ; 9,721 children dealt with without court action (3,814 fam-
ilies represented) ; 1,389 court cases, involving 2,625 children; 159
children in temporary home during year.



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Subscriptions and donations


$26,281 70


Aunuities and bequests to




income . . . .•


18.826 16


Income from investments .


15,819 67


Witness fees


829 10


Heating adjoining building


600 00


Profit on sale of bonds


840 00


Total current income


$62,046 68


Loans to income


19,840 28




$81,886 86



Cr,

Salaries and wages . . $54,726 61

Furnishings and incidental
repairs . . 2,850 00

Office and trareling ex-
penses .... 28,810 25

Interest on mortgage . 1,000 00



$81,886 86



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$50,000; amount of mortgage on same, $25,000; value of invest-
ments, $310,363.05.



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MA88ACH178BTT8 8O0IITT FOB TSB UVIVIBnTT KDVOATIOir OV
WOMnr, BocUa. (Incorpont^d 187T.)

Report for year ending Jftnnur 1, 1918.

Mrs. George H. Earl, President; Mrs. BeDJamia C. Lane, Secre-
tary; Miss Grace B. Day, Treasurer.

To aid women to complete their university education, affording
them either scholarships or loans after their freshman year.

Number aided during year, 36.



Df.

Cash on hand $866 75

From beneileiariee 816 00

Subscriptions and donations 48 00

Membership f ees . 808 00

Income from investments . 848 18



$2,880 88



Or.

Clerical work

Printing, postage, and ofllce
supplies .

Public meetings .

Bent of safety deposit box

Loan library

Librarian's salary

Scholarships

Loans and gifts to bene-
ficiaries

Miscellaneons

Total current expenses
Income inrested .
Cash on hand



$2 00



123


84


15


00


10


00


20


00


75


00


650


00


805


00


4


00


. $1,708 84


140


27


586


67



$2,880 88



Value of investments, $18,209.09.



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I'B HOSPITAL, 58 Parkw Hfll Ave., Boxbury.
(In6orporat«d 190S.)

Beport for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. Esther F. Boland, President; Mrs. A. L. Tallman, Secre-
tary; Mrs. James A. Towle, Treasurer; Miss Caroline V. Brough-
ton, Matron.

To maintain a hospital for the surgical treatment of abdominal
diseases of women.

Ifumber of paid oflScers or employees, 11.

Number aided during year, 366, viz., 109 paying, 153 partly pay-
ing, 104 free.



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Cash on hand .


$lt021


08


Salaries and wages


f5,699 39


From beneficiaries


10,959


25


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


85


33


supplies .


80 90


Annuities and bequests to






ProTisions and supplies


4,837 24


income ....


8.175


00


Heat, light, and power


1,473 87


Income from investments .


1,631


81


Furnishings and incidental




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