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Total current expenses


99 60




$8,568 83






Cash on hand


808 96




$8,867 79


$8,867 79






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



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$40,000; amount of mortgage on same, $5,000; value of invest-
ments, $10,000.



UNION BISCUI MISSION, MA Dovtr St., BotUm. (IncorporatMl 1891.)

Beport for yemr ending December 81, 1913.

F. F. Davidson, President; Clarke W. Morehouse, Secretary;
F. F. McLeod, Treasurer; P. E. Call, Superintendent.

The rescue of lost men and women and the reconstruction of
broken lives.

Number of paid oflScere or employees, 4.

Free lodgings given, 1,160 ; meals given, 5,500.



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Cash on hand . . . $75 22

Prom beneficiaries 5,000 00

Subscriptions and donations 4,628 89



19.699 11



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Bent ....
Heat, light, and power
Lodgings and aid
Miscellaneous

Total enrrent expenses
Income inyested .
Cash on hand



$2,968 16

506 28
400 00
174 18
599 77
408 17



$5,056 51

4,566 00

76 60

$9,699 11



Value of investments, $4,566.



UNITKD HEBBIW BENiyOUDIT ASSOCIATION, 43 Hawkins St., Boston.
(Incorporatsd 1867.)

Beport for year ending April 80, 1918.

Simon Vorenberg, President; A. E. Pinanski, Secretary; M. H.
Goldschmidt, Treasurer; Mrs. M. M. Silverman, Superintendent,

To aid deserving Jewish poor temporarily ; mnst have lived here
for not less than one year.
• Employs a collector on commission.

Xumber aided during year, 2,221 ; number of families aided, 472.



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Oash on hmnd .


$954 74


Catli giTen


$18,108 08


From beneficiaries


788 49


Board of children


284 25




15,676 00


Board of aick .


278 05


Income from investmento .


571 42


Transportation .


558 68






Diet orders


1,768 64






Coal ... .


567 02






SUtionery, postage, and








printing .


86 85






Medicine .


17 89






EsUUished in business


852 40






Miscellaneons

Total enrrent expenses


600 69




$17,507 50






Cash on hand


882 15




$17,889 65


$17,889 65



Value of investments, $14,380.22.

V m c m T BOMORIAL HOSPITAL, 1S9 South Himtiii«ton ATe., Boston.
(Incorporatad 1890.)

Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

George H. Davenport, President; Bev. Reuben Kidner, Secretary;
Charles H. Parker, Treasurer; Jean C. Fraser, Superintendent.

Hospital care for poor women and girls over twelve years of age.

Number of paid officers or employees, 16.

Number aided during year, 164, viz., 31 paying, 46 partly paying,
87 free.



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Cash on hand


$484 92


Salaries and wages .


$6,196 49


From beneflcSaries


5.011 86


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


2.998 90


supplies .


181 40


Income from investments .


4,718 79


ProTisions and supplies


8,888 47


Attendanu.


77 00


Heat, Ught» and power


1.062 71


Miscellaneous


66 48


Furnishings and incidenUl








repairs .


798 72






General expenses


805 20






Water


141 90






Laundry


228 84






Telephone .


189 75






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


886 09




$18,264 07






Cash on hand


88 88




$13,802 90


$18,802 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$75,628.52; amount of mortgage on same, $12,000; value of invest-
ments, $148,504.76.



WASHINaTONIAN HOMK, 41 Wmltham St., Boston. (Incorporated 1859.)

Report for year ending April 25, 1918.

George Holden Tinkham, President; Samuel W. Sargent, Secre-
tary; Henry W. Hart, Treasurer; Dr. V. A. Ellsworth, Superin-
tendent.

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



Treatment and care of inebriates.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 11.

Number aided during year, 939, viz., 919 paying, 20 free.



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Cash on hand


$8,188 89


Salaries and wages .


95.888 51


Prom b«nefleiariM


11,861 00


Printing, postage, and office




Annuities and bequests to




snppUes ....


719 76


income ....


1,700 00


ProTisions and supplies


6,022 88




2,986 95


Heat, light, and power


1,288 28


Miscellaneons


800 00


Fomishings and incidental








repairs ....


1.298 25






AdTertising


40 80






Insnranoe ....


52 85






Drugs and medieines .


829 10






Miscellaneous ...
Total onrrent ezi>enses .


150 00




915,279 88






Cash on hand


5,252 01




920,581 84


$20,581 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$67,000; value of investments held by trustees for benefit of so-
ciety, $79,743.23.



WILLS BOMORIAL ASSOCIATION, 985 WMhincton St., Boston. (In-
corporated 1879.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Edmund Billings, President; Howard Whitmore, Secretary;
John H. Storer, Treasurer; William C. Ewing, Suferiaiendeni.

To furnish working men and women the means of social inter-
course, mutual helpfulness, mental and moral improvement, and
rational recreation.

Number of paid officers or employees, 16.

Number aided during year, about 2,000.



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Subeeriptiont and donations
Membership dues
Han rentals
Bowling alley receipts
Towels ....
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Deficit March 81, 1918



$4,201 70

1,647 50

6,606 50

202 84

116 10

856 44

$13,180 68

2,931 49



$16,062 07



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Salaries and wages .


$8,509 58


Printing, postage, and office




supplies ....


1.041 44


Heat, light, and power


1,880 95


Furnishings and incidental




repairs ....


1,588 91


Water tax .


112 70


Entertainments .


869 28


Newspapers and magazines .


251 29


Telephone ....


114 12


Deficit. March 31. 1912


888 68


Miscellaneous


1,865 22




$16,062 07



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$61,100.



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THI WIDOWS' 800IITT Or BOSTON, Botton. (Incorporated 1888.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Miss Anna T. Reynolds, President; Mrs. William C. Loring, Sec-
retary; Henry S. Hnnnewell, Treasurer,

To visit and aid widows and unmarried women over sixty years
of age.

Number aided during year, 133.



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Cash on hand
Subieriptions and donations
Income from inveetmenU



M.478 86
4,149 00
8,669 44



$17,292 29



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Printing, poetage, and office
supplies ....
Paid to widows .

Total enrrent ezi>enses .
Income inTested .
Oash on hand



1117 76
18.111 40

$18,229 15

777 97

8,286 17

$17,292 29



Value of investments, $209,516.62.



WmCHBSTBB HOMB FOB AOBD WOMBN, 10 Bden St., ChMrlestowzi.
(Incorporated 1866.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Walter S. Glidden, President; Leslie Langill, Secretary; William
P. Hart, Treasurer; Mrs. Cora A. Roberts, Matron.

Home for women over sixty years of age of American parentage^
residents of Charlestown for ten years.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 37, viz., 4 partly paying, 33 free.



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From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests
Income from investments .
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



$894


00


1.527


08


1,236


00


7,250


81


4


00


$10,910


89


91


03


$11,001


92



Of.

Salaries and wages . . $2,911 40
Printing, postage, and office

suppUes .... 161 41

ProTisions and supplies 4,429 61

Heat, light, and power 1,077 79
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 1,788 84

Miseellaneoui 499 45

Total current expenses . $10,818 50

Income iuTosted ... 188 42

$11,001 92



yalue of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$44,681.98 ; value of investments, $126,813.15.



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



WOMAK'8 AX7XILIABT Or THK MXW BNOLAMD BAPTIST HOSPITAL,

Parker Hill Are., B^aSbury. (Inoorporatod 1S98.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. C. W. Walsh, President; Mrs. Maiy L. Colton, Secretary;
Mrs. Margaret T. Blanchard, Treasurer.
To aid in the work of the New England Baptist Hospital.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Miscellaneous .



$211 92
362 41
385 69



$960 02



Of.
Printing and postage
Fnmiahings .
Free bed . . .
MiseeUaneons .

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



$54 25

800 00

250 00

48 78

$647 98
312 04

$960 02



WOMAK'8 CHAMTT CLUB, Parker Hill Are., Bozbury. (Incorporated

1889.)
Report for year ending April 17, 1918.

Mrs. Esther Frances Boland, President; Mrs. Augustus L. Tall-
man, Secretary; Mrs. Arthur H. James, Treasurer.

To assist in maintaining the Massachusetts Woman's Hospital
(formerly Woman's Charity Club Hospital).



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Oash on hand


$407 72


Printing, i>08tage, and office




From dues ....


760 50


supplies ....


$142 48


Donation day


275 57


Bent


90 00


Ingathering (in place of sale)


1,428 78


State federation tax


24 05


Junior Charity Club


250 00


Interest on mortgage .


72 26


Committees ....


780 87


To Massachusetts Woman's




Miscellaneous


59 28


Hospital (formerly Wom-
an's Charity Club Hos-








pital) ....


8,850 00






MiscellaneouB

Total current expenses .


80 16




$8,758 90






Cash on hand


208 82




$8,962 22


$8,962 22



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$36,600; amount of mortgage on same, $1,000; value of invest-
ments, $2,056.58.

WOMAN'S SXAMAN'S FBIIND SOCIBTT OP BOSTON, MASS., 14 Beaoon

St., Boiton. (Incorporated 1896.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. H. J. Jaquith, President; Mrs. Henry C. Delano, Secretary;
Miss Euth R. Blodgett, Treasurer.
To provide necessary clothing for the sailor, visit the hospitals.



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and work for his comfort and entertainment and general welf are,
in connection with, and as auxiliary to, the Boston Seaman's Friend
Society.



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Cash on hand

Snbaeriptions and donations
Inoome from inrestments
Mise^aneons



1819 56
846 15
288 86
107 87



11,511 94



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Printing, postage, and ofBco
supplies ....
ProTisions and supplies

Bent

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$89 71

885 98

65 00

517 79



$1,058 48
458 46

$1,511 94



Value of investments, $6,316.21.

WOBON'S EDUCATIONAL AND INDU8TBIAL UNION, 164 Boylston St.,

Boston. (Inoorporatad 1880.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. Mary Schenck Woolman, President; Miss Melita EjQowles,
Secretary; Mrs. Helen Peirce, Treasurer.

To promote the educational, industrial, and social advancement of
women.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 290.

Number of families aided, 1,847; number of persons receiving
legal aid, 507.



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Subscriptions and dona

tions .
Ineome from iuTestments
From an departments oi

the union
ICisoellaneous .


$14,174 45
246 00

r

464,652 19
1,880 69


Of.
Salaries and wages .
Rent ....
Heat, light, and power
Repairs and improvements
General operating expenses


$166,827 75

7,798 82

7,155 25

5,683 94

808,200 04


Total current receipts
Deficit for year


$480,458 88
4,661 97






$485,115 80


$485,115 80



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$186,366.30; amoimt of mortgage on same, $68,000; value of in-,
vestments, $10,876.20; value of investments held by trustees for
benefit of society, $40,910.34.

WORKINO GIBL8' HOMK AND HOMK OW THK OBIT NUNS, 89 Union

Fark St., Boston. (Incotporatad 1891.)

Report for year ending Deoeml)er 81, 1912.

His Eminence Cardinal O^Connell, President and Treasurer; Et.
Bev. Mgr. William P. McQuaid, Secretary; Sister Michaud, Su-
perior.



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



To provide a home for respectable working girls at a low rate.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 20.

Number aided during year in institution, 2,260, viz., 2,220 pay-
ing, 20 partly paying, 10 free; outside institution, 1,096, all free;
number of families aided, 10.



Cash on hand


. 110,697 59


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Salaries and wages


$8,618 85


Donations .


228 25


Prorisions and supplies


11,068 80


Board


. 29,129 07


Heat, light, and power


1,485 88


IntereBt


68 82


Furnishings and incidental




MiaeellaneouB


572 90


repairs ....


1,994 49






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


75 00




$18,182 47






Loan paid ....


20.000 00






Cash on hand .


2,504 16




140,686 68


$40,686 68



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$64,830.

TOUHO BOM'S EDUCATIONAL AID ASSOCIATION, 711 Shawmut Aye.,

Boston. (Inoorporatod 19QS.)

Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

L. M. Holmes, President; Eobert A. Simmons, Secretary; Wil-
liam H. C. Smith, Treasurer.

To provide a place where our young men may assemble and form
good fellowship and helpful associations, — a place to supplant the
evil influences of pool rooms and street comers.

Number aided during year, 12 ; number of families aided, 5.



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Donations
Miscellaneous



$17 00
26 86



$48 86



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Bent ....

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .
Gash on hand at end of year



$20 00
22 00



$42
1



00
86



$48 86



THE TOUNO TBAVELLIBS' AID SOCIKTT, Boston. (Incorporated 1889.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 1, 1918.

Mrs. W. Scott Fitz, President; Mrs. Lewis Perry, Secretary;
Miss Lucetta P. Goldsborough, Treasurer,

To befriend girls and young women coming as strangers to Bos-
ton. Agents meet incoming trains at North and South Stations.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 7,959.



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Cash on hand


$1S5 90


To North American Oiyio






Bnbicriptions and donationg


926 00


League for Immigrants for






Income from investment!


1.805 84


salaries of agents assigned
to trarellers' aid work and
money paid out by them










in assisting travellers


12,200


00






Cash on hand


187


74




12,887 74


12,887


74



Value of investments, $1,000 ; value of investments held by trus-
tees for benefit of soeiely, $23,645.07.

BOXPORD.

RMALE CHA&ITABLI 80GIITY OF WIST BOZFOBD, Main St., West

Boxford. (Incorporated 1880.)

Beport for year ending May 26, 1918.

Anna P. Park, President; Myra A. Mooers, Secretary; Myra A.
Chadwick, Treasurer.



To aid needy persons, without
ligion, or mental condition.



regard to age, sex, race, re-



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Cash on hand
Missionary barrel .
Income from inTostments
Entertainments and dues



128 56

100 00

20 00

208 74



1847 80



Cf.



Missionary barrel .


. 1100 00


Church repair fund


161 60


Fiske Uniyersity .


25 00


Cemetery repairs


20 00


Missionary alliance


20 00


Miscellaneous .


6 74


Total current ezpensei


. 1888 24


Cash on hand


14 06



1347 80



Value of investments, $600.



Beidqewater.

BBIDOIWATXE VISITINO NUBSI ASSOCIATION, Bridffewater. (In-
corporated 1911.)

Beport for year ending August 81, 1918.

Mrs. Flora P. Little, President; Miss Edith M. Ames, Secretary;
Mrs. Lois T. Blake, Treasurer; Helen K. Chadwick, Visiting Nurse.

To give the sick, and especially those of limited means, the best
home nursing under existing circumstances ; also to lend assistance
to and engage in such projects as may tend to benefit the public
health.

Number of paid employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 138.



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Oash on hand


$162 42


Salaries and wages


$927 50


Snbftcriptions and donations


171 56


Printing, i>08tage, and office




Membenhip fees .


224 00


supplies ....


42 00


EnterUinments, etc. .


820 79


Prorisions and supplies


6 15


Visits of nurse


666 75


Telephones ....
Furnishings and incidental


9 75






repairs ....


60






Oar fare for nurse
Total current expenses


25 20




$1,011 20






Gash on hand


424 82




$1,435 52


$1,435 52



Value of investments, $600.



Brockton.

THI BAT 8TATX MBDIGAL AND 8UBOIGAL OOMFAHT, 98 Weft Ashland
St., Brockton. (Incorporatod 1900.)
Report for year ending October 18, 1918.

Alfred Swallow, President and Superintendent; Frederick W.
Swallow, Secretary and Tre^isurer.

To furnish physicians and surgeons for a weekly payment of 10
cents. Family contract for 4 persons at 25 cents a week, and 5
cents per week for each additional person.

Xumber of paid oflRcers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 472, viz., 344 paying, 59 partly pay-
ing, 69 free.

Or.

Salaries and wages $900 00
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 62 90

ProTisions and supplies 59 45

Miscellaneous 4 85



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Miscellaneous



$6 10

99 25

927 85

6 75



$1,089 45



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$1,027 20
12 25

$1,089 45



BROCKTON DAT NUB8BBT, 89 iTMTOtt St., Brockton. (Inoorpontod

1907.)
Report for year ending May 1, 1918.

Mrs. J. P. Shaw, President; Mrs. Clara C. Emerson, Secretary;
George Clarence Holmes, Treasurer; Mrs. H. M. Weeman, Supers
intendent.

To care for young children during the working hours of the
mothers. The building and endowment fund is held by the cor-
poration of the Douglas Gift to the Brockton Day Xursery.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 4.

Xumber aided during year, 5,857.



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Cftsli on hand


$741 40


Salaries and wages


$721 88


Snbtcriptions and donations


887 49


Provisions and supplies


420 44


Annnitiea and bequests to




Heat» light, and power


299 95


ineome ....


479 88


Furnishings and incidental




Tag day ... .


621 56


repairs ....


250 92


Interest ....


5 40


Sewer and water .


54 41


Miscellaneous


1 12


Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


108 69




$1,855 74






Oash on hand


880 61




$2,686 86


$2,686 35



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$1,000.



BROCKTON HOSPITAL COMFAHT, 680 C«ntre St., Broekton. (In-
corporated 1890.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

George H. Leach, President; Dr. Loring B. Packard, Secretary
and Superintendent; William G. Allen, Treasurer.

Care of medical, surgical, obstetrical cases, and emergencies.

Number of paid ofBcers or employees, 42.

Number aided during year, 949, viz., 576 paying, 96 partly pay-
ing, 278 free.



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Gash on hand
From beneficiaries
Snbseriptions and donations
Annpities and bequests to
ineome ....
Income from inTCstments .
Serrices of risiting nnrse .
Sales of supplies
Miscellaneoas

Total current receipts
Loans to ineome



$1,405 58

15,600 01

4,079 58

8,550 00

8,566 18

110 67

195 78

118 61

$88,621 26
5,000 00



$88,621 26



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

supplies .
Provisions and supplies
Bent ....
Heat, light, and power
Fumishii)g8 and incidental

repairs .
Telephone, water, and sewer
Insurance and interest
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Oash on hand



$14,048 91

801 89

11,685 82

500 00

3,547 91



1,985 06

1.220 12

564 50

8,053 67

$87,857 88

800 00

968 88

$88,621 26



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$87,000; value of investments, $109,800.

BBOCKTON VI8ITINO NUBU ▲880CIATION, 81 Centre St., Brockton.
(Incorporated 1910.)

Beport for year ending November 1, 1918.

Mrs. Charles S. Peirce, President; Mrs. Joseph Hewett, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Bernard B. Winslow, Treasurer; Miss Margaret Mac-
farlane, Superintendent.



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To give to the sick, and especially those of limited means, the
best home nursing under existing circumstances.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 4 (nurses).
Nurses average 6 calls per day.



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Cash on band


1548


49


Salaries and wages


18,405 71


Snbtcriptions and donationi


1.772


89


Printing, postage, and office




Income from inyestmente


10


58


supplies .


142 88


BcMrre fund and interest


888


14


ProTisions and supplies


8 60




789


15


Bent ....


96 00


Oity of Brockton .


18


55


Light ....


6 00


From garden party


805


89


Furnishings and incidental




Metropolitan Life Insurance






repairs


12 65


Oompany .


455


00


Gift for retiring supervisor
Telephone rent
Annual meeting .

Total current expenses


11 82

27 00

9 00




18,714 11








Income invested .


838 14








Oash on hand


180 89




$4,728


14


$4,728 14



Value of investments, $833.14.



BROCKTON TOUHO WOIOM'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, U Qnm
St., Brockton. (Incorporated 1906.)
Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Miss Annie L. Burke, President; Mra. W. W, Clayton, Secretary;
Mj^. Perley G. Flint, Treasurer; Mrs. Eliza A. Pratt, Matron.
Social, moral, and spiritual welfare of girls.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 5.
Number aided during year, 151.



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Oash on hand


1126


80


Salaries and wages


$1,488 48


Snbtcriptions and donations


2,979


88


Printing, postage, and office




Bent


294


00


supplies .


49 25


Class work ....


261


70


Provisions and supplies


1.892 22


Board and rooms


2,469


16


Heatt light, and power


611 41


Miscellaneous


84


34


Furnishings and incidental

repairs
City Uses .
Insurance .
Payment on mortgage .
Interest on mortgage .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


249 74
180 22
18 10
400 00
220 00
268 01




$4,818 88








Oash on hand


1,347 55




16,165


88


$6,165 88



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$15,000; amount of mortgage on same, $4,000.



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DOUGLAS GIFT TO THB B&OCKTOV DAT VITBSIET, TEVSTBU
OF, S9 mntvtt St., Brookton. (Inoorponktod 1910.)

B«port for year ending April 80, 1918.

Warren A. Beed> President; Annie M. Buchanan^ Secretary;
Fred B. Howard, Treasurer.

To hold real estate and trust fund given by W. L. Douglas to
the Brockton Day Nursery.



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Income from inyestmente



I486 42



$486 42



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Paid to beneficiary
MiteeHaneoos .



$479 88
7 04

$486 42



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$10,000; value of investments, $10,000.

MASSAGHUSBTTS HBALTH GOMFAHT, 71 Wrrm Afe., Brookton. (In-
corporated 1M8.)
Report for year ending October 29, 1918.

A. P. Bicknell, President; Ernest B. Rowe, Secretary; Elizabeth
R. Connelly, Treasurer.

Furnishing medical and surgical services and medicine for weekly
payment of ten cents.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 987, viz., 502 paying, 280 partly
paying, 205 free ; number of families aided, 26.



Dr.



Cash on hand
From beneficiaries



$18 84
2,828 00



$2,840 84



Cr.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
ProTisions and sapplies

Rent

Heat and light
Childbirth



$1,550 00

14 22

424 81

60 00

18 00

260 00



Total current expenses $2,826 58

Cash on hand ... 14 81



$2,840 84



8A&AH J. PBTTBB MBMOBIAL 80HOLAB8HXP rUKD, Hifh School,
Warron Ave., Brookton. (Inoorporated 1911.)

Report for year ending January 8, 1918.

Edward Parker, President; Zilpha Chace, Secretary; Charles P.
Holland, Treasurer.

For the purpose of holding, investing, and expending moneys do-



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Dated or otherwise obtained^ to assist deserving graduates of Brock-
ton High School in getting fnr&er education.
Number aided during year. 2.



Dr.
Income from iiiTettments .



192 91



Seholanhlps
Oftsli on faanfl



$92 91

Value of investments $1,568.56.



Cr.



$90 00
2 91

$92 91



WALIS HOMS FOB AOBD WOION, MS North Main St., Brookton. (In-

oorporated 1898.)
Report for year ending April 80* 1918.

Horace A. Keith, President; Lillian M. Keith, Secretary; Ot-



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