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8,840 89




988,825 58


$88,825 58



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$110,000; amount of mortgage on same, $60,000.



Norfolk.

KING'S DAUOHTUUI AND 80N8' HOME FOB THE AQKD IN NOB-
FOLK OOUNTT, PondriUe, Ncnrfolk. (IncotporaUd 18M.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Miss Eleanor E. Fales, President; Miss Mary E. Clark, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Abbie F. Fenno, Treasurer; Mrs. Ella T. Cousens, Su-
perintendent

To provide a home for men and women over sixty years of age,
residents of Norfolk County for five years. Admission fee, $300.

Number of paid ofiicers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 17.

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Oash on hand $748 49

From beneficiaries . 600 00

Subscriptions and donations 2,846 88

Income from investments 668 66

Miscellaneous ... 105 19



$4,964 22



Cr,




Salaries and wages


$1,477 89


Printing


75 48


Provisions and supplies


1.495 88


Furnishings and incidental




repairs


80 56


Fuel ....


184 85


Grain ....


214 17


Medical attendance


58 00


Insurance


149 64


Miscellaneous


119 86


Tot«l current expenses


$8,855 78


Cash on hand


1,108 49



$4,964 22



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000; value of investments, $18,583.16.



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NoBTH Adams.

NORTH ADAMS HOSPITAL, Hoftnital Aw., North Aduni. (Ineorpontod

1884.)
Report for year ending October 31, 1913.

Herbert W. Clark, President; Mrs. W. E. Whitaker, Secretary;
Mrs. E. G. Palmer, Treasurer; Miss Grace B. Beattie, registered
nurse, Superintendent

General hospital for acute diseases. Persons suffering from
chronic or incurable diseases are admitted for special treatment
and for a limited time.

Number of paid officers or employees, 40.

Number aided during year, 1,037, viz., 937 paying, 35 partly
paying, 65 free.



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Oaeh on hand


$866


19


Salariea and wages .


$9,594 69


From beneficiaries


28,860


72


Printing, postage, and office




Subacriptiona and donationa


5,686


66


supplies ....


312 95


Annuities ....


570


00




12,356 01


Income from investments .


2,286


46


Heat, light, and power


4,259 57


Cash on note, North






Furnishings and incidenUl




Adams National Bank


1.200


00


repairs ....


2.878 05


Miscellaneona


577


99


Laundry ....
Interest and insurance
Paid note ....
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


900 00
2,180 58
1,200 00

837 32




$34,519 17









Cash on hand


27 85




934,547


02


$34,547 02



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$90,000; amount of mortgage on same, $31,600; value of invest-
ments, $53,113.19.

XORTHAMPTON.

CHILDRIN'S HOMX ASSOCIATION, IS ArUnffton St., Northftmptoa.
(Inoorporftted 1911.)

Report for year ending May 10, 1913.

Mrs. William P. Ganong, President; Mrs. Laura M. Scoville, Sec-
retary; Miss Clara P. Bodman, Treasurer; Miss Jeanie B. Brown,
Superintendent,

To receive and care for in the Home children under siiteen
needing its shelter, and to place out in suitable homes and super-
vise such children as require its permanent care.

Number of paid officers or employees, 3 (4 part time).

Number aided during year in institution, 60, viz., 38 pacing,
2 partly paying, 20 free; outside institution, 24, viz., 15 paying, 9
free.



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Cash on hand (Home) $25 42

Cash on hand (placed ont) 88 77

From beneficiaries (Home) . 628 28
From beneficiaries (placed

out) .1,146 72

From donations (Home) 1,735 45

From donations (placed out) 20 67



$8,640 26



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Salaries and wages


$1,012 70


Printing, postage, and offic«


\


supplies .


46 79


Provisions and supplies


618 21


Heat, light, and power


150 89


Fomishings and Incidenta




repairs


80 04


Dickinson Hospital (opera




tiTes)


88 46


Clothing and placing ont


54 84


Interest o n mortgage and




note


180 00


Miscellaneous


229 42


Board for plaoed-out chil




dren


1,189 49


Placing-out expenses


50 17


Total current expenses


$3,501 00


Cash on hand (Home)


72 76


Cash on hand (placed out)


66 50




$3,640 26



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$3,500 ; amount of mortgage on same, $2,600.

THB C00L1T-DI0KIM80N HOSPITAL, North llm St., Northampton.

(Ineorporated 1885.)

Report for year ending April 1, 1918.

Christopher Seymour, President; Charles E. Childs, Secretary
and Treasurer; Miss Mary Eose Baser, Superintendent,
To aid the sick poor of Northampton, Hatfield, and Whately.
Xumber of paid employees, 40.
Employs a collector on commission occasionally.
Xumber aided during year, 864, viz., 826 paying, 38 free.



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From beneficiaries
Snbseriptiona and donations
Income from investments



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$26,156


44


Salaries and wages .


$7,908 81


6.858


86


Printing, postage, and office




2,258


89


supplies ....


304 26






Prorisions and supplies


12.220 80






Heat, light, and power


3,506 40






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


1,691 19






Medical and surgical sup-








plies ....


2,867 60






Insurance ....


558 00






Oontagious hospital .


8,901 56






Ice


827 78






Miscellaneous


596 42




$83,877 82






Cash on hand .


895 87


$84,778


19


$84,778 19



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$110,632.93; value of investments, $54,930.69.



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



FATHER MATHIW TOTAL ABSTIMIHCI AND BBMIYOUHT 80CIBTT

OF FLOBIMCI, 47 Priee St., Flor»no«. (Inoorpomted 1884.)

Beport for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

John Joyce, President; Howard Coughlin, Secretary; Luke P.
Aheam, Treasurer.

Promotion of total abstinence; provides a clubhouse containing
pool table^ reading table, and shower baths for young men and
boys of the village; gives aid to members and their families in case
of sickness and misfortune.

Number of paid officers or employees, 1.



Dr,
Oath on hand
From beneficiaries .
Entertainments, rent, etc.



9117 65
299 25
174 66



9591 46



Cr,

Salaries and wages

Printing, postage and office
supplies

Heat, light, and power .

Furnishings and incidental re-
pairs ....

Hiseellaneons

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



993 75

19 81

127 80

88 11
184 16

9468 18

128 83

9591 46



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$6,000 ; amoxmt of mortgage on same, $700.



LATHROP HOMX FOB AQBD AND INVALID WOBIBN IN NOBTHAMP-

TON, S38 South St., Northampton. (Incotporat^d 1887.)

Beport for year ending October 1, 1918.

Mrs. Luther J. Warner, President; Miss Fannie W. Edwards,
Secretary; Miss Eose Watson, Treasurer; Mrs. Josephine C. Ayres,
Matron.

Home for aged Protestant American women in needy circum-
stances. Charge, $13 per month.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 11.



Dr.
Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Bequests to income
Income from investments



9127 24

1,895 50

487 41

50 00

1,587 28



98,647 48



Cr.

Salaries and wages . 91,059 45
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 3 89

Provisions and supplies 961 23

Heat, light, and power 429 79
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 88 41

Total current expenses $2,543 26

Inoome invested ... 45 85

Cash on hand . . 1.059 82

$3,647 43



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,000; value of investments, $42,452.69.

TOTTNO BON'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF NOBTHABCFTON, King

St., Northampton. (Incorporated 18M.)

Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Henry M. Tyler, Ph.D., President; W. J. Lamkie, Secretary;
Robert H. Williston, Treasurer.

Physical, educational, social, and religious work.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,000, viz., 500 partly
paying, 500 free; outside institution, 75, viz., 50 partly paying,
25 free; number of families aided, 25.



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Cash on hand


916 87


Salaries and wages


$8,812 29


From benefleiariea


1.229 45


Printing, postage, and office




Subteriptions and donations


8,081 47


suppUes ....


216 05


Income from inveatments


210 68


ProTisions and supplies


809 21


Income from dormitories


1,979 75


Heat, light, and power


960 49


Income from departments


885 28


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


167 67


repairs ....


672 88






Reading room


116 10






Departmento


511 22






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


422 86




97.010 05






Gash on hand


97




97,011 02


$7,011 02



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$47,500; value of investments, $4,800.



NORTHFIELD.

MOBTHrULD SIBONABT STUDENTS' AID SOCIETY, Sast Northfleld.

(Inoorporftt«d 1901.)

Report for year ending June 15. 1918.

Mrs. Frederick Billings, President; Mrs. A. Q. Moody, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Florence Gray Estey, Treasvxer.

To assist students financially who are in attendance at North-
field Seminary.

Number aided during year, 46.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Money refunded .



$1,872 81

2,000 00

849 40

1.699 50



$5,921 21



Or.



Tuitions
Miscellaneous



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$2,864 00
21 82

$2,885 82
8,085 89

$5,921 21



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Oxford.

OXFORD HOMX FOB AQKD FBOPLl, Oxford. (IncorporaUd 1908.)
Beporft for year endiof October 1, 1918.

Ada L. Joslin, President; Ira G. Ellis, Secretary; Alfred M.
Chaflfee, Treasurer.
To make a home for aged worthy people.



Dr,

Cash on hand . M.884 28

Subscriptions and donation! 21 00

Interest on deposits 197 62



$5,102 90



Cr.



Cash on hand



95,102 90



95,102 90



Home not yet opened.



Peabody.

CHARLES B. HAVXN HOMX FOB AGXD BfBN IN PKABODT, 109 LowoU
St., Peabody. (Incorporated 190S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles S. Goldthwait, President; Samuel D. Lord, Secretary
and Treasurer; Mrs. Emma P. Goodwin, Matron,

Home for Protestant men, at least sixty years of age, residents
of Peabody for ten years. Admission, $100.

Xvimber of paid oflBeers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 3.



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Cr.



Cash on hand


$852


18


Salaries and wages


$880 00


Subscriptions and donations


94


00


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments


1,432


02


supplies


8 00


National bank rebate .


12


57


Provisions and supplies


469 87


Telephone tolls


2


85


Legal services

Heat, light, and power

I^Mmishings and incidental

Nursing and medicine .
Water, sewer, and insur

anee
Telephone
Undertaker .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


26 00
202 82

102 88
204 15

67 88
22 68
72 00
56 89




$1,605 12








Cash on hand


287 95




$1,893


07


$1,898 07



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,100; value of investments, $28,124.31.



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fUIALl BBNIVOLUIT 80GIITT AT SOUTH DANVB&8, Poabody.

(Inoorporftted 1856.)

Report for year ending May 7, 1918.

Mrs. Charles H. Brooks, President; Mrs. Harry F. Whidden,
Secretary; Miss Sarah F. Daniels, Treasurer.
To assist the worthy poor of the town of Peabody.
Nmnber aided during year, 20.

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Cash on hand

Subecriptiona and donations
Income from investments



$11 95
480 96
681 92


Cr.
Prorisions and supplies
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


$122 37
108 00


$850 00
44 46


$1,124 83


$1,124 83



Value of investments, $15,674.80.



ISAAG MONRO! HOMX FOB ORPHAN AND NXIDT CHILDRIN, Peabody.
(Incorporated 1908.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

G. Horace Merrill, President; Lyman P. Osbom, Secretary and
Treasurer.

The maintenance of a home for orphan and needy children.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 2.



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Cr.




Income from investmente


. $1,054 89


Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office


$25 00






supplies ....


8 50






Repairs ....


210 40






Water and sewer rental


57 84






Care of real estate


52 45






Taxes

Total current expenses


226 66




$575 85






Income invested .


479 54




$1,054 89


$1,054 89



Value of investments, $10,642.93.

BUTTON HOMX FOR AGED WOBON IN PKABODT, rear 14S Main St.,
Peabody. (Incorporated 18M.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Albert H. Merrill, President; William H. Hill, Secretary; Arthur
F. Poole, Treasurer; Mrs. L. A. Poole, Matron.

Home for Protestant, American (white) women, at least sixty
years of age, residents of Peabody for ten years. Admission, $100.



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Nnmber of paid officers or employees, 3.
Ntunbor aided during year, 10, 1 partly paying.



Df,




Of.




From benefleUries


9184 00


Salaries and wagei


9628 00


Subteriptiont And donfttions


25 00


ProTiiiont and snppUes


840 68


Income from inTettmenU


1,866 65


Heat, light, and power
Fnmiihinft and incidental
repairs ....


867 45


Total current receipts


92.075' 65


126 08


From capital to coTer deficit


141 54


Nnrsing and hospital charges


80 55






Telephone ....


20 07






Insurance ....


26 26






Burial ....


54 00






Miscellaneous


72 41




92»217 10


92,217 10



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500; value of investments, $43,183.16.

PlTTBFLBLD.

BIBKSHIBK OOUNTT HOBQ TOR AQU) WOMUT, South St., Fitttltold.

(IncorporatAd 1800.)

Beport for year ending June 10, 1018.

Mrs. Zenas Crane, President; Mrs. Henry Francis, Secretary;
Mrs. Eobert A. Barbour, Treasurer; Miss Ida F. Paine, Matron.

Home for women at least sixty years of age, residents of Berk-
shire County for five years. Admission, $300 and conveyance of
property to Home.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 7.

Number aided during year, 24.



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Or,



Cash on hand .


92.177


64


Salaries and wages .


92.860 72


From beneficiaries


8,085


55


Printing, postag^ and office




Subscriptions and donations


2,004


81


suppUes.


116 45


Income from iuTestmento .


4,727


68


ProTisions and supplies


^,288 24


National bank tax rebate .


88


02


Transfers .


5,040 28


Transfers ....


148


21


Heat, light, and power


1,000 00


Redemption of bond .


1,000


00


Furnishings and incidenta




Interest on legacy in trust


250


00


repairs .


1,011 48


Cash from boarder


208


08


Funeral expenses


70 00


Miscellaneous


452


80


Paid to members
Insurance .
Telephone .
Clothing .
Medicines, etc. .
Interest on legacy
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


60 50

41 80

88 06

147 62

71 85

250 00

100 04




914,100 48








Cash on hand .


1.878 11




916,068


54


916,068 54



' Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$40,000; value of investments, $95,154.76; value of investments
held by trustees for benefit of society, $7,000.

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BOT8' OLUB OF PITT87IBLD, MelTiUe St., Fittitftold. (Incorporated

1906.)

Beport for year ending May 11, 1918.

William C. Stevenson, President; Edward B. Hull, Clerk;
Charles F. Beid, Jr., Treasurer; Prentiss A. Jordan, Superin-
tendent

To promote good habits, good morals, and good citizenship among
the boys of Pittsfield and Dalton between ages of eleven and
fourteen.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 21.

Number aided during year, 1,539, viz., 100 partly paying, 1,439
free.



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Cf.




0»eh on hand .


951 60


Salaries and wages .


96,476 88


Snbscriptiont and donation!


8,686 60


Printing, postage, and ofiloe




Ineome from inTestmenta .


6,888 40


supplies.


174 60


From beneficiaries


214 70


ProTisions and supplies


886 82


Mnsie aehool


1,824 71


Bent, taxes, interest .


548 88


BiOa receirable, note on




Heat, light, and power


974 26


bank ....


1,000 00


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


820 00


repairs ....


899 88






Music school


1,906 80






Farm and camp


1.168 02






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


718 51




918,242 15






Cash on hand at end of








year ....


148 66




918,886 81


918.885 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$70,000; value of investments, $100,896.



XFWORTH BSXSSION OF FITT8FIBLD, corner Linden St. and Robbini
Ave., Fittifleld. (Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

Charles McKeman, President; George E. Halford, Secretary
and Treasurer; J. Arthur Burbank, Superintendent.
Beligious, industrial, aud social settlement work.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 25.



Dr.
Cash on hand
From beneficiaries


922 00
. 1,050 00


Cf.
Salaries and wages
Supplies ....
Heat, light, and power
iHimishings and incidental
repairs ....


9750 00
120 00
110 00

92 00




91,072 00


91,072 00



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

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mLLCRBST SURQICil. HOSPITil. OF PITTBniLD, 798 North St.,
Pittifleld. (Incotporated 1908.)

Report for year ending July 7» 1918.

Walter P. Hawkins, President; William L. Tracy, M.D., Secre-
tary; Charles H. Richardson, M.D., Treasurer; Miss Jane P.
Smith, Matron.

Medical and surgical cases.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 33.

Number aided during year in institution, 778, viz., 533 paying,
182 partly paying, 63 free; outside institution, 804, viz., 602 pay-
ing, 50 partly paying, 152 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Miscellaneous (special
nurses) ....



9870 64

25,658 82

2.252 88

1,158 51



$29,989 85



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Salaries and wages
Printing, i>ostage, and office

supplies .
Provisions and supplies
Rent ....
Heat, light, and power
I«Mmishings and incidental

repairs .
Insurance, taxes
Laundry .
Training school •

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .



95,518 43

589 90
9,168 11
2,910 00
2.184 81

1^510 73

825 65

2,684 53

1.276 73

376 60

926,545 49
8,894 36

$29,939 85



HOU8I OF MIRCT, 74S North St., Pittifleld. (Incorporated 1874.)
Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Mrs. Charles L. Hibbard, President; Mrs. John Barker, Clerk;
Mrs. Frank C. Backus, Treasurer; Miss Mary M. Marcy, registered
nurse, Superintendent.

Care of sick and disabled, not including cases of incurable or
contagious diseases.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 104 (including 62 nurses).

Number aided during year in institution, 2,173, viz., 848 paying,
689 partly paying, 636 free; outside institution, 1,037.



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Cr.



CMh on hand .


912,545 21


Salaries and wages .


924,808 08


From benefloiftries .


40,681 28


Printing, postage, and office




Snbscriptiont and dona-




supplies


782 71


tions ....


10,020 94


ProTisions and Ice .


21,825 88


Annuities and bequests to




Ambulance


718 88


income


7,858 05


Heat, light, and water


7,476 60


Income from inyestments


17,645 07


Furnishings and incidental




Paid-np inrestments


12,591 70


repairs
Repairs and reconstruc-


4,411 05






tion ... .


20,867 42






Training school supplies .


529 85






Medical and surgical sup-








plies ....


5,902 55






Insurance, express, cart-








age, telephone, and tele-








graph ....


1,604 88






Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses


12 50




988.889 27






Invested ....


4,482 08






Cash on hand .


7,970 92




9100.842 20


9100.842 20



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$250,000; value of investments, $319,776.97.



PITTSFOLD ANTI-TUBIRGULOBIS ASSOCIATION, Lebanon Ave.,

Pittilield. (Incorporatttd 1911.)

Report for year ending May 28, 1918.

Dr. J. F. A. Adams, President; Miss Julia W. Eedfield, Secre-
tary; Henry Catt, Treasurer; Mrs. A. M. Kelly, Superintendent.
Belief, prevention, and cure of tuberculosis.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 4.
Number aided during year, 31, viz., 21 partly paying, 10 free.



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Cash on hand . 92,001 72

From beneficiaries 1,289 68

Subscriptions and donations 20,982 41



924,228 81



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Salaries and wages
ProTisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
Laundry
Water

Building fund
Outside aid
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .



92.147 45

1.582 98

126 25

181 79
285 49
212 66
11,118 49
185 59
990 23

916,725 98
7,497 88

924,228 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$17,000.



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D DAT NUBSBBT A8SOOXATION, 119 Fenn St., Plttifl«ld.
(Inoorporated 1906.)

Beport for year ending October 1, 1918.

Mence Stephens, President; Mrs. Herbert S. WolUson,
Mrs. John McQuaid, Treasurer; Mrs. Anna Beach,



act a day nursery and do other benevolent work,
of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.
te attendance, 2,696. Number of families aided, 30.



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Or.



[ . . .


9701 29


Salariea and wagei


9708 85


and donation!


871 84


Printing, postage, and office




inyestmenta


76 00


•npplies ....


26 17


a .


819 08


ProTiaions and auppUea


249 71


9 . . .


140 46


Heat, light, and power


14 51


r . . .


482 08


Fnmishinge and incidental




a . . • .


110 86


repairs ....


278 28




86 06


Insurance and water ratea .


20 00






Telephone ....


18 OO






Union Oo-operative Bank


46 OO






Misoellaneons

Total current expenaes


208 25




9M58 72






Deposited in City Savinn








Bank ....


600 OO






Gash on hand


081 «0




92,686 12


92.686 12



I investments, $1,500.

WmLD TOXTNQ HUT'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 292 Nortli

St., Pittillald. (Inoorponted 1886.)
Beport for year ending April 16, 1918.

J. Raybold, President; Herbert W. Griffen, Secretary;
ipton. Treasurer.

ritual, mental, moral, social, and physical improvement
nen.

of paid oflBcers or employees, 43.

of members, 1,999.



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[ . . .

and donations

inTcstments .

ries

■ships

rork, bowling,

ter, etc.



9887 60

6,004 76

2,686 18

10,260 60

6,928 99

18,011 09



942,079 11



Or.
Salaries and wages . . 921,081 58
Printing, postage, and offioe

supplies. 825 28

Heat, light, and power 4,248 87

Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 1,284 88
Lake work, bowling, lunch

counter, etc . 18,894 42

Total current eacpenses . 941,782 18
Cash on hand . 846 98



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942,079 11

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Value of real estate owned and occnpied for corporate purposes,
$206^589.65; amount of mortgage on same, $8,000; value of in-
vestments, $47,616.

UNION FOR HOm WORK IN PITTSniLD, 11 North St., FittilMd.
(Inoorpoirated 1887.)

B«port for year ending ICareh 81, 1918.

John M. Stevenson, President; William L. Adam, Secretary and
Treasurer.

Support of benevolent work in Pittsfield.

Dr,



Cash on hand

Ineome from inveftmenta



$258 84
820 00



1678 84



Or,

Heat, light, and power .

Fnmishinge and incidental re-
paira ....

Paid biUa of board of man<
agera of Tolnntary associa-
tion ....

Insurance

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



127 70
68 89



890 52
11 25

$498 86
79 98

1578 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500; value of investments, $13,378.



Plymouth.

JORDAN HOSPITAL, Sandwieh St.» Pljmouth. (Incorporated ItOl.)

Report for year ending Febmary 1, 1918.

Charles S. Davis, President; John W. Herrick, Secretary; Wm.
W. Brewster, Treasurer; Elizabeth E. Allen, Matron.



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