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700


00


repairs .
Water tax .
Telephone .
Hospital supplies
Insurance .

White goods, linen, etc.
Architect .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


1,845 29

28 70

162 06

1,134 19
460 00
700 00
275 00
184 46




$16,876 10








Cash on hand


695 87




$17,571


97


$17,571 97



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$36,600; amount of mortgage on same, $1,000; value of invest-
ments, $46,742.80.



THI MAVIBICK DI8PIN8ABT OW KA8T B08T0H, 18 Chelsea St., East

Boston. (Inoorporated 1909.)

Beport for year ending September 1, 1918.

Edwin P. Fobes, President; Miss Olive N". Fobes, Secretary;
John H. Townsend, Treasurer; Miss Jennie E. Lawton, Social
WorJcer,

To furnish medical aid, advice, care, and assistance of any kind
and medical supplies; by daily clinics and by district service both
to relieve and to prevent disease among East Boston poor.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4, part time.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,886, viz., 1,820 partly
j)aying, 66 free; outside institution, 25, 20 partly paying, 5 free.



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Cash on hand


$18


18


Salaries and wages


$1,867 89


From beneficiaries


658


88


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


2,878


01


supplies ....


108 27


Subrentals ....


218


00


Supplies ....


310 92


Sale of supplies .


84


24


Rent

Heat and light
ImproTements and incidental
repairs ....
Laundry ....
Telephone ....
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


630 00
58 00

760 61
49 89
39 59
12 52




$3,387 19








Cash on hand


14 67




$3,351


76


$3,351 76



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THE MIEBTMAO 8TRBIT KitoON, 107 Bteniford St., Boston. (In-

oorporatod 190S.)

Report lor yea ending NoTember 1, 1918.

Edward I. Aldrich, President; George W. Pitts, Secretary; J. T.
Mathes, Treasurer; J. A. Fritz, Superintendent.

Ministering to the spiritual and temporal needs of unfortunate
men, women, and children by maintaining reading, recreation,
lunch, and lodging rooms.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 3.

Number of lodgings, 2,149 ; meals furnished, 5,558.



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Cash on hand $16 80

Subecriptions and donations 8,892 52

Total current expenses . $8,908 82

Loan to income . 215 00



$4,128 82



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Salaries and wages . $2,018 74

Printing, postage, and office



supplies ....


248 58


ProTisions and supplies


280 90


Rent


888 25


Heat, light, and power


190 99


Furnishings and incidental




repairs ....


79 46


Loan to bank


148 55


Loan to director .


215 00


Fresh-air outing for Sunday




school ....


98 25


Total current expenses


$4,108 67


Cash on hand


15 15



$4,128 82



MSTBOPOUTAN DBMTAL HOSPITAL A880CIATIOH, 36 HuU St., Bos-
ton. (Xncorporated 1911.)
Report for year ending May, 1918.

Julius G. W. Werner, President; Georgina Crosby, Secretary and
Treasurer.

The performance of acts of dental charity for the benefit of the
worthy poor.

Number aided during year, 276, viz., 225 partly paying, 51 free.



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Cash on hand



$66 08



$66 08



Cf.
Printing, postage, and office

supplies . $1 00

ProTisions and supplies 7 14

ICisoellaneous . 1 15



Total current expenses
Gash on hand .



$9 29
56 74

$66 08



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



MILK AND BABT HYGIBIIS A880CIATIOH, U B«niMt 8t.» BocUm. (In-

eorporaUd 1910.)

B«port for year endinf February 28, 1918.

Edward B. Warren, Chairman, Board of Trustees; Michael M.
Davis, Jr., Secretary; Arthur H. Brooks, Treasurer; George R.
Bedinger, Director.

To improve the general milk supply, to encourage breast feeding,
to provide milk properly modified for babies who cannot be nursed,
to furnish advice and training in hygiene and the care of babies.

Nimiber of paid oflScers or employees, 14.

Number aided during year, 3,026, all partly paying.



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Oath on hand
Subeeriptions and donations
Advertisement and sales
Note payable
Sales of milk



91,105


85


17.099


04


618


88


1,000


00


18,947


96


988.771


18



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Salaries and wages .


$18,461 40


Printing . posUge, telephone.




and ofllce sapplies .


2,676 27


Rent


322 87


Heat, Ught, and power


252 76


Oar fare and express


188 08


Milk


18,985 82


Notes payable r^aid .


2.000 00


Total current expenses .


$82,882 15


Cash on hand


889 08




$88,771 18



THE MORGAN MIMOBIAL CO-OPUULTIVX INDVBTBIIB AND 8TORI8,

INC., 8t Bhawmut At6., Boston. (Incorporatod 190S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Francis H. Slack, M.D., President; Kate F. Hobart, Secretary;
F. C. Moore, Treasurer.

Educating and extending relief to poor and destitute persons;
improving the dwelling places and living conditions of the poor;
and giving religions instruction.

Number of paid officers or employees, 27.

Number aided during year, 1,420, viz., 773 partly paying, 102
free, 646 given legal advice.



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dash on hand .


$8,582 89


Salaries and wages .


$13,197 67


SnUeriptionB and donations


11,768 42


Labor and relief


16,637 00


Donations for mortgaies .


8,600 00


Printing, jMstage, and office




Slisaboth Emmons fund.




suppUes .


1,506 78


M. E. Sunday school


8,000 00


ProTisiona and supplies


5.179 90


SaUs ....


89.457 44


Bent ....


1,680 00


Miscellaneous


8,248 01


Heat, light, and power


297 29


,




Machinery and fixtures


1,189 74






Improrementa and repairs


1,749 80






Expense of departments


11,145 10






E. Emmons fund


8,000 00






Paid mortgages .


8,600 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


2,622 74




$61,806 02






Cash on hand .


2,790 24




$64,596 26


$64,596 26



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$39,293.67 ; amount of mortgage on same, $9,160 ; value of invest-
ments, $16,578.74.



THB MOUNT PLIA8ANT HOBII, 69-86 Xlm HiU Ave., Boxbury. (In-
corporated 1901.)

Report for year ending NoTcmber 80, 1918.

Eev. Clarence A. Vincent, D.D., President; Rev. Clarence A.
Young, Secretary; James A. Neal, Treasurer; Mrs. Lillian Maulsby,
Superintendent.

To provide a home for indigent aged persons of both sexes.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 15.

STumber aided during year, 41.



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Oash on hand


$5,498


27


Salaries and wages .


$4,175 28


From beneficiaries


14,275


87


Printing, postage, and office




Snbeeriptions and donations


I 6,297


67


supplies ....


808 09


Bequests


482


00


Provisions and supplies


5,218 23


Income from investments


4,107


84


Water ....


200 04


Corporation dues


188


00


Heat, light, and power


1.532 79


From fair .


8,770


29


Furnishings and incidental




Easter sale


181


26


repairs ....


1,202 25


Garden party


59


25


Physicians, nurses, and




Hiaeellaneons


10


57


medicines
Interest ....
Real estate expenses .


1,399 35
1,123 88
4,841 71


Total current receipts


$84,811


01


Loans to income


8,155


58


Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


1,038 99




$21,030 56








Income inyested .


8.287 18








Cash on hand .


8.648 85




$87,966


59


$87,966 59



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$74,170.04; amount of mortgage on same, $28,000; value of in-
vestments, $78,269.12.



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



MOUNT 8INAI HOSPITAL 80CIITT OV B08T0H, MA88., 17 Btuitford
St., Boiton. (IncorporaUd 1901.)
Report for ye^r ending April 80, 1018.

Lehman Pickert, President; Philip Kubenstein, Secretary and
Treasurer; Dr. Starr A. Moulton, Superintendent.

Affording medical and surgical aid and nursing to sick or disabled
persons of any creed or nationality.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year in institution, 22,729, viz., 17,689
partly paying, 5,040 free; outside institution, 675, all free; num-
ber of families aided, 101.



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Cash on hand .


$475 58


Salaries and wages .


$4,586 68


From beneficiaries


3,687 27


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


6,967 69


anpplies ....


196 32






ProVisions and supplies


2,078 15






Bent


960 00






Heat, light, and power


811 42






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


19 45






Telephone ....


241 68






Laundry ....


198 49






Water rates


88 00






Tuberculosis


1,206 34






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


880 87




$10,211 90






Cash on hand .


858 54




$11,070 44


$11,070 44



HATIOHAL CO-OPB&ATIVX INDnSTBIAL BBUBT ASSOCIATIOH, 8»

Shawmut A?e., Boston. (Incorporated 1910.)

Bei>ort for year ending December 81» 1912.

Frank C. Dunn, President; Francis H. Slack, Secretary; David
Dunbar, Treasurer.

To superintend and encourage the establishment in various cities
of branch industrial relief associations for the religious, educational,
and industrial welfare of the poor.

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Cash on hand



$2 86
$2 36



Cash on hand



$2 36
$2 86



THB NEBDLXWOMAN'S FBUND SOCIBTT, 149 Tremont St., Botton.

(InoorpcMrated 1861.)

Report for year ending April 14, 1913.

Mrs. William M. Conant, President; Mrs. J. B. Tiemay, Secre-
tary; Bernard C. Weld, Treasurer.

To give employment, with adequate compensation, to indigent
needlewomen.



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Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
Number aided during .year, 90.



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Cash on hand


91,942 28


Salaries and wages


$1,876 00


Subscriptions and donations


122 00


Printing, postage, and office




Annuities and bequests to




supplies .


20 88


income ....


1,700 00


Supplies


2.421 64


Ineome from investments


2.450 75


Bent ....


650 04


Sales of merchandise .


8,287 05


Heat, Ught, and power


12 00






Paid to sewing women


8,209 60






Telephone


42 80






Insurance .


12 00






Auditor


25 00






Miscellaneous


71 56




$7,840 96






Cash on hand


1,620 12




19,461 08


$9,461 08



Value of investments, $51,400.



NSW SNaLAND BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Parker Hfll At6., Botton. (In-
corporated 1893.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Edward H. Haskell, President; J. L. Harbour, Secretary; Ver-
non A. Field, Treasurer; Emma A. Anderson, Superintendent.

Medical and surgical treatment of patients ; gratuitous care given
to the sick poor. No contagious, mental, or chronic cases are ad-
mitted. No restrictions as to age, sex, color, nationality, creed, or
residence.

Number of paid officers or employees, 45.

Number aided during year, 700, viz., 329 paying, 282 partly
pa3ring, 89 free.



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Gash on hand


$5,649


77


Salaries and wages


$8,784 79


From beneficiaries


27,815


29


Office supplies .


408 50


Snbaoriptiont and donations


2,856


55


Provisions and supplies


12.412 86


Annuities and bequests to






Heat, light, power, laundry


2,886 01


income ....


5,000


00


Furnishings and incidental




Income from investments .


884


45


repairs ....


1,573 88


Note discounted .


8.000


00


Interest and insurance


627 59


Operating room fees; medi-






Training school expenses .


487 75


cal and surgical supplies


8.508


82


Note discounted .


8.000 00


Special serrice nurses


964


81


New bungalow and furnish-




Miscellaneous


280


67


ings ....
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


18.350 76
816 40




$44,847 49








Income invested .


4,876 25








Cash on hand .


281 62




$49,455


86


$49,455 86



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$50,000; amount of mortgage on same, $3,000; value of invest-
ments, about $12,000.

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



NSW nraLAlTD DBACOMBSB AUOCIATIOH, H6me, 6tl uid tOS Mm-

laohuMtU At6., Botton; Hospital, 17f BeU«nM St., Loofwood; VrMh-
«lr H6me, HaTerhiU; Hospital, Concord; Homo for the Affod, Concord;
ffonond office, lit Water St., Boston. (Incorporated 188t and IMS.)

Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Eev. WiUard T. Perrin, President; Mrs. Emma H. Watkins, Sec-
retary; C. H. J. Kimball, Treasurer; Theodore A. Hildreth, Cor-
responding Secretary,

Hospital seryice, district medical attendance and nursing, general
philanthropic and relief work, fresh-air work and country rest home,
training of deaconesses and social workers.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 120.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,262, viz., 930 paying,
144 partly paying, 188 free; outside institution, 3,674, all free.



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Cash on hand


926i 48


Salaries and wages .


929.486 24


From beneficiaries


59,258 00


Printing. posUge. and office




Subscriptions and donations


11.021 67


supplies ....


1.788 91


Income from investments .


1.580 61


ProTisions and supplies


20,248 56


Miscellaneous


167 78


Rent


778 96






Heat, light, and power


5.799 68






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


4.149 25






Interest and insurance


8.860 19






Total current expenses .


4.750 80




970.802 59






Oash on hand ...


1.984 75




$72,287 84


972.287 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$266,480.29; amount of mortgage on same, $41,300; value of in-
vestments, $123,923.20.



NSW SNaLAlTD lYI AND lAB HOSPITAL, IM Pincknej St., Boeton.
(Inoorporated 1804.)

Report for year ending October 7, 1918.

Frederick W. Fish, President; Mrs. A. M. McCormack, Secre-
tary; Dr. Charles F. Stacey, Treasurer.

Treatment of poor and needy of New England without regard
to age, sex, color, nationality, or creed.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 1,033, viz., 8 partly paying, 1,026
free.



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Oash on hand
From benefleiaries
Snbaeriptions and donations
Sale of medicine .



$e 47

12 00

440 00

1.680 00



92,188 47



Of.

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

snppliee .... 2 50

Bent 900 00

Drags and medicines . 411 50

MiseeOaneons ... 9 55

Total current expenses . 92,128 55

Gash on hand 14 92

$2,188 47



NIW SNGLAITD HOBII VOB UTTU; WANDKRIS8» lOS Weit Newton
St., Boston. (Incorporated 186S.)
Report for eleren months ending March 81, 1918.

Arthur T. Johnson, Presideni; Frederic D, Fuller, Secretary;
Samuel D. Parker, Treasurer; Rev. Frederic H. Knight, Superin-
tendent

To care for homeless and destitute children from all parts of New
England who are not mentally or physically defective, without re-
gard to color, race, sex, or religion. Usually not received until ahle
to walk nor after they are twelve years of age.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 42.

Number aided during year in institution, 370, viz., 12 paying,
100 partly paying, 268 free; outside institution, 544, viz., 9 paying,
29 partly paying, 506 free; number of families aided, 278.

Monthly average number of children under supervision in foster
homes, 544. Number of placing-out visitors, 8.



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Cash on hand


$890 05


Salaries and wages .


919,874 99


From beneficiaries


8,618 17


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


12.788 88


supplies ....


1,488 09


Annuities and bequests to




Provisions and supplies


15,166 48


income ....


6,848 88


Heat, light, and power


2,040 82


Income from iuTeetments .


27,864 11


Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


871 29






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


8,627 68




$48,068 75






Oash on hand


8.891 24




951,464 99


$51,454 99



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$144,000; value of investments, $693,257.18.



NIW nraLAlTD hospital rOR women and CHILDBXN, Dimoek St.,

Boxbury. (Incorporated 186S.)

Report for year endlnf September 80, 1918.

Miss Helen F. Kimball, President; Mrs. Alice B. Crosby, Secre-
tary; George A. Qoddard, Treasurer; Stella M. Taylor, M.D., Su-
perintendent.

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To provide for women medical aid of competent physicians of
their own sex. Has a training school.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 96.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,265, viz., 772 paying,
119 partly paying, 364 free; outside institution, 3,294; and at dis-
pensary, 13,631.



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Gash on hftnd .


$1,517 08


Salaries and wages .


$81,959 96


Sabscriptioni and dona




Printing. i>ostage, and office


tions


2,881 79


supplies


1,174 94


Income from investments


88,981 88


Provisions and supplies


28.420 76


On account of persons




Drugs and medicines


5,295 64


aided .


81.868 06




2,879 08


Dispensary receipts .


4.868 69


Heat, light, and power


6,579 48


Bequests .


79.468 09


Repairs .


7,700 88


Miscellaneous .


1.014 68


Dispensary expenses


7.878 88








2,075 95


Total current receipt* .
Sale of securities


$154,584 46
81.426 82


Total current expenses


$92,959 92






Income invested


189.546 84






Gash on hand'.


8,454 72




$285,961 48


$285,961 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
,100; value of investments, $762,701.93.



NSW nraLAlTD moral reform BOCUTT (TUltha Cumi Home),

SIS Vorett HUli St., Janudea Plain. (Inoorporatad isa.)

Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

Dr. Caroline E. Hastings, President; Mrs. Charles A. Proctor,
Secretary; Mrs. Charles K. Cummings, Treasurer; Miss Mary H.
Burgess, Head Worker.

To provide a home and hospital for unmarried girls.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 17.

Number aided during year, 107, viz., 16 paying, 48 partly pay-
ing, 36 free, and 7 pending settlement; outside institution, 175.



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Cash on hand .
Subscription! and donations
Income from inTestments .
Annual sale, etc.
Board and attendance
MisceUaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



$584 80


8,180


55


1,084


44


1,645


67


1,791


18


47


87


$18,184


01


675


89


$18,809


90



Or.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofRce

supplies .
ProTisions and supplies
V^atertax .
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
Insurance .
Telephone .

Traveling expenses, visitor
Advertising
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$6,548 15

860 26

8,881 76

18 20

1.802 99

621 17
182 50
165 02
100 00
159 98
47 78

$18,887 76

96 89

825 75



$18,809 90

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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$88,123.64; value of investments, $30,364.67.



MKW nraLAlTD PKABODT HOBII rOR CBIPPLBD CHILDBIN, Hale
St., Hyde Pmrk. (Incorporated 1894.)
Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. Herbert A. Joslin, President; Mrs. Albion S. Wliitmore,
Secretary; Mrs. Edward B. Kellogg, Treasurer; Clara M. Thurs-
ton, Superintendent.

The permanent or temporary care of destitute, crippled, and de-
formed children under twelve years of age; nonsectarian.

Number of paid employees, 12.

Number aided during year, 38, viz., 4 partly paying, 34 free.



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Cash on hand


$1,245


56


Salaries and wages


$8,852 81


From beneficiaries


182


50


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


1.016


00


supplies ....


889 45


Annuities and bequests to






Provisions and supplies


2,698 76


income ....


2,750


00


Telephone


67 58


Income from iuTestments .


8.880


26


Heat, light, and power


1,191 62


Fair and entertainments


3.070


41


Additions. improvements,
and repairs


2.222 88










911,594


72


Furnishings, clothing, and




From invested fund .


2,000


00


school supplies
Surgical supplies
Insurance ....
Transportation and express
Water and sewer tax .

Total current expenses .


900 50
530 26
220 00
229 42
187 95




$12,940 23








Gash on hand


654 49




$18,594


72


$18,594 72



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$36,000; value of investments, $82,360.



MKW8BOT8' RIADXNQ ROOM, 7 Qreen St., Boston. (Incorporated

1879.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Clement S. Houghton, President; Prank C. Brewer, Secretary;
B. Preston Clark, Treasurer; H. W. Plaisted, Superintendent.
To establish a reading room for newsboys.
Number of paid officers or employees, 4.
Number aided during year, 600.



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Oash on hand
From benefleUries
SabseriptioDs And donations
Income from inTestments



9191 81
100 65

1,467 00
891 51



$2,150 97



Of.

Salaries and wases . . f 1.094 15
Printinff, postage, and office

snppUes .... 74 98

Beat 850 01

Heat, light, and power 56 28
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 28 00

Total enrrent expenses $2,098 42

Oash on hand 52 55

$2,150 97



Value of investments, $9,896.58.



KICKBESOH HOBII VOR GHILDBXN, 1S6 Townsend St., Bozbury. (In-
corporated 1860.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912. ,

Mrs. Sarah E. Dawes, President; Mrs. Garafelia M. Dawson, Sec-
retary; Howell F. Wilson, Treasurer; Mrs. Lola C. Holway, Super-
intendent,

To provide a home for destitute children under fourteen years
of age, from every part of New England, especially half orphans.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 96, viz., 34 paying, 33 partly paying,
28 free.



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Oash on hand .


$862 18


Salaries and wages


$1,420 16


From beneficiaries


2.805 45


ProTisions and supplies


1,980 66


STil>8criptions and donations


2,604 58


Heat, light, and power


888 55


Annnities and bequests to




Furnishings and incidental




income ....


600 00


rn^airs ....


41 00


Income from investmenU .


654 50


On account of loan .


4.000 00


From fair ....


226 65


125 Townsend St.


12,458 80


Building fund .


1,545 09




548 18


Sale of bond

From sale of 14 Tyler St.


887 50
8,600 00






Total enrrent expenses .


$20,776 85






Income iuTested .
Cash on hand


805 97
108 18


Total current receipts


$12,685 95


Loans to income


9,000 00








$21,685 95


$21,685 95



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000; value of investments, $12,395.35.

NORTH BINNIT 8TBXIT INDnSTBIAL SCHOOL, 89 North Betmet St.,

Botton. (Incorporated 1886.)

Report for year ending Angnst 81, 1918.

Mrs. Quincy A. Shaw, President; Francis W. Hunnewell, 2d,
Secretary; Russell G. Fessenden, Treasurer; Alvin E. Dodd, Di-
rector.



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Social and educational improvement; research and experiment in
educational and social methods.

Number of paid officers or employees, 20.
Number in clubs and classes, about 732.



Pf.



Of.



Oath on hftnd .


$2,996


64


Salaries and wages .


$20,778 88


SubforiptioiLB And donationi


1 25.627


96


Temporary loan paid off .


1,000 00


Ineome from inTestments


628


60


ProTisions and supplies


8,808 80


Oity of BoBton .


1,616


88


Interest on note


600 00


Day nursery


108


20


Heat, light, and power


1,741 89


Telephone .


16


60


Furnishings and incidental




I>epartment receipts .


1,065


18


rn^airs ....


657 86


Soeial service house .


124


40


Equipment


800 20


Miscellaneous


84


68


Water ....

Telephone

Social service house, re-
pairs, furnishings, house-
hold supplies, club equip-
ment and supplies, and
summer school

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


268 70
846 69

1.441 18
18 05




$81,345 05








Cash on hand


766 09




$32,111


14


$82,111 14



Talue of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$80,600; value of investments, $11,943.



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