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Care of sick and wounded; training of nurses.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 17.

Number aided during year in institution, 377, viz., 360 paying,
17 free; outside institution, 730, viz., 440 paying, 290 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Ineome from investments .
Bute rebate
Miscellaneous



188 66
7,522 58
548 66
10,962 00
104 77
112 21



119,288 88



Of.

Salaries and wages . |5,009 28
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. 122 60

Provisions and supplies 5,576 88

Heat, light, and power 1,426 50
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 15 24

Bills payable 2,500 00

Interest .... 228 27

Insurance .... 874 16
Medical and surgical sup-

pUes .... 1,871 94

Miscellaneous . . 1,025 88

Total current expenses . $18,149 60

Cash on hand . 1,184 28



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$31,368.92 ; value of investments, $164,840.



PLYMOUTH FRAOMUVT SOCUTT, Plymouth. (IneorporaUd 1876.)

Report for year ending October 15, 1918.

Esther Bartlett, President; Augusta Morton, Secretary; Helen
E. Millar, Treasurer.
To help the deserving poor of the town of Plymouth.
Number aided during year, 16; number of families aided, 12.



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9966 90

Value of investments, $17,000.



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Cash on hand


942 88


Printing, postage, and


oifioe


Snbecriptions and donations .


58 50


supplies


91 00


Income from investments


866 02


Provisions and supplies


37 86






Rent of box in bank


6 00






Pensions


648 00






Shoes and rubbers .


105 50






Fuel


57 40






Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses


29 48




. 9880 24






Cash on hand


86 66



9966 00



BIDIR HOm FOR OLD PIOPLB, CORPORATION OF THI, 56 Hiffh St.,
Plymouth. (Incorporated 1891.)

Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

Charles A. Strong, President; Mrs. P. B. CliflEord, Secretary;
Miss J. S. Hubbard, Treasurer; Mrs. Ellen D. Howard, Matron.

Home for aged and indigent men and women at least sixty years
of age, residents of Plymouth for ten years. Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid oflBeers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 8.



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Cash on hand


98,061 48


Salaries and wages


9580 00


From beneficiaries


650 00


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


416 78


supplies ....


17 82


Income from investments


811 20


Provisions and supplies


628 62






Heat, light, and power


180 84






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


68 10






Funeral expenses .


70 00






Telephone ....


18 25






Nurse


16 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


8 85




91,582 57






Gash on hand


7,906 84




99,489 41


99,480 41



Value of investments, $7,906.84.



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8U1IMY8IDI» INCOBPOBATED, HalfwAj Fond, Plymouth. (Ineor-

poratod 1911.)

B«port for year endini]; November 80, 1918.

George G. Barker, President; L. B. B. Barker, Treasurer and
Clerk; M. Ada Page, Matron.

To give poor children an outing and industrial training during
the months of July and August. At present only girls are taken.
Ages preferred, eight to thirteen years. No restriction as to color,
nationality, creed, or residence.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Xumber aided during year, 22.



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Donation



9985 22



9985 22



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Salaries and wages

Provisions and supplies .

Heat, light, and power

Fnmishings and incidental re-
pairs

Auto and carriage transporta-
tion .....



9805 42

548 00

20 00

66 80

50 00

9985 22



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$3,500.

Princeton.

QIBLS' VACATION HOUSI ASSOCIATION, Princeton. (Incorporated

1910.)

Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

Miss M. J. Allen, President; Miss Harriet E. Johnson, Secre-
tary; Dr. Alice H. Bassett, Treasurer.

To provide vacations for working girls over seventeen at prices
within their means.

Number of paid employees, 8.

Number aided during year, 175, viz., 135 paying, 7 partly pay-
ing, 33 free.



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Cash on hand . 9860 86

From beneficiaries 1,101 60

Subscriptions and donations 1,192 00

Income from investments 846 99

Fair 1,669 46



95,670 91



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Salaries and wages
Printing. ]>ostage, and ofBce

supplies . . . .
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Fnmishings and incidental

repairs . . . .

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



9791 84

42 52

1,171 78

44 21



567


26


92,617

2,801

252


66
25
10



95,670 91



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,000; value of investinents^ $15,610.87.



QUINCT.

▲8800IAT1D OHABimS OF QUINOT, 148 Ooffa St., Quincy. (In-

oorponted 1911.)

Beport for year •nding September 80, 1018.

Thomas Fenno, President; Mrs. Wilson Marsh, Secretary; Rupert
F. Claflin, Treasurer; Jenny M. Purchase, General Secretary.

Advice, assistance, and co-operation along charitable, philan-
thropic, and social lines in and for the city of Quinqr.

Number of paid employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 387 ; number of families aided, 85.



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Cash on hand
Snbscriptiona and donation!


9814 02
1,802 42


Of.

Salaries and wages
Prorisions and snppUes
Heat, light, and power .
Furnishings and incidental
repairs ....
MisceUaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


91,800 00
10 62
15 00

10 00
248 42




91,584 04
588 80




92.117 84


92,117 34



THI BBAOKKTT OHABITABLB TBUST, INC., Qulney. (Inowpontad

1906.)

Beport for year ending September, 1918.

Jeffrey R. Brackett, President; Mrs. John W. Sanborn, Secre-
tary; George B. Dewson, Treasurer.

Establishing or maintaining a building or place to be used by
the literary, educational, benevolent, religious, or charitable so-
cieties of Quincy in this Commonwealth or its vicinity. (The
house and land belonging to the trust, valued at $12,250, have
been placed in charge, without rental, of the Quincy Women's Club,
and are used by the club and several charitable organizations for
meetings for social, educational, and charitable purposes, for the
residence and ofSce of visiting nurses, for office of the Associated
Charities, for industrial classes, etc.)

OITT HOSFITil. OF QUINOT* WhitweU St., Quincy. (Incorponttd

1889.)
Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Fred B. Bice, President; Timothy Eeed, Secretary; Nathan 6.
Nickerson, Treasurer; Miss Alma E. Grant, Superintendent.



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Care and treatment of the -sick and injured.

Ntunber of paid oflBcers or employees, 29.

Number aided during year, 477, viz., 263 paying, 35 partly pay-



ing, 179 free.

Cftsh on hand
From beneflciftries
Snbieriptions and donations
Income from inyestmenta

Total current receipts
lioant to income .



926 90

9,686 20

10,045 29

4,498 28


924,256 67
1,500 00

t


926,756 67



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

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

repairs .
Insurance .
Telephone .
Taxes
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .



98,746 08

878 06

10,292 71

815 78

2,806 86



2,786 54

109 15

229 97

44 85

50 69

925,710 09

46 58

925,756 67



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$75,000; value of investments, $95,251.18.



KATIONAL SAILOBS' HOm, Fenno St., Quincy. (Incorporated 18€6.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

James L. Little, President; Walter S. Crane, Secretary and
Treasurer; H. A. Whitelaw, Superintendent; Mrs. Whitelaw,
Matron,

Home for sailors, mariners, or others of the United States naval
service disabled by wounds, old age, or otherwise.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 12.

Number aided during year, 28, viz., 5 partly paying, 23 free.



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Cash on hand .


95,898 44


Salaries and wages .


98,288 09


From beneficiaries


864 84


Printing, postage, and office




Income from iuTestments


11,440 64


supplies ....


19 87


Miscellaneous (farm)


2,472 49


Provisions and supplies


2,948 00






Heat, light, and power


785 00






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


920 24






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


2,608 16




$10,458 86






Cash on hand


9,222 05




919,675 91


919,675 91



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$54,810.53; value of investments, $211,249.89.



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QUINOT CHARITABLE SOOUTT, Hanooek St., Qulnejr. (Inoofpontod

1904.)

Report for year ending NoTember 1, 1918.

Arthur W. Newcomb, President; Mrs. Thomas A. Addison^ Secre-
tary; Mrs. Addie L. T. Abele, Treasurer.
To help the worthy poor, regardless of color, sex, or nationality.
Xumber of families aided, 36.

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Cash on hand
Snbacriptiona and donations
Annuities and bequests to
income ....
Income from inyestments .



910,262
86

90
894


11
25

00
10


€r.
, Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
ProTisions and supplies
Rent of box in bank .
Associated Charities .

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .


98 70

708 42

10 00

50 00




9777 13
10,005 84


910,782


46


910,782 46



SAILORS' BKVQ HARBOR, Oermantown, Qulncy. (Inoorporated 1811.)
Report for year ending May 17, 1918.

Francis W. • Sargent, President; L. S. Tuckerman, Secretary;
Arthur Adams, Treasurer; D. W. HofEses, Superintendent.

Home for old sailors who have sailed five years under the Amer-
ican flag and who are without means of support.

Number of paid ofBcers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 23.



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Cash on hand
Income from inyeetments



9279 88
18,114 81



918,898 64



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Salaries and wages .


91.948 89


Provisions and supplies


2,241 85


Medical ....


184 30


Heat, light, and power


1,008 88


Furnishings and incidental




repairs ....


4,947 08


New live stock .


875 50


Taxes and repairs on real




estate held for investment


197 48


Miscellaneous


1,848 86


Total current expenses .


912,252 24


Income transferred to prin-




cipal ....


1,000 00


Cash on hand


141 40




918,893 64



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$40,000 ; value of investments, $279,036.



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Randolph.

BOSTON SCHOOL FOR THI DIAF, Bandolph. (Incorponttd 1899.)
Report for yemr onding June 80, 1918.

William Cardinal O'Connell, President; Charles J. Sullivan,
Secretary; Michael J. Splaine, Treasurer,

Tlie teaching of deaf mutes, regardless of sex, color, nationality,
creed, etc.

Number of paid officers or employees, 37.

Number aided during year, 147.



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Cash on hand


92,655 05


Salaries and wages


911.476 04


State appropriation


89,264 59'


ProTisiona and supplies


8,282 72


Interest


190 87


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


2,586 19






repairs ....


1.688 02






Insurance ....


170 85






Interest on mortgage .


2,626 00






Freight and express .
Total current expenses


89 29




926,712 61






Reduction of mortgage


9.000 00






Cash on hand .


6,897 40




942,110 01


942,110 01



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$110,122.37; amount of mortgage on same, $46,000.



Reading.

BBADmO HOm rOR AQED WOMUT, LindMi St., Beadinf. (Incor-
porated 1898.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Mrs. Emily M. Palmer, President; Mrs. Clara Carter, Secretary;
Mrs. Mabel F. Springford, Treasurer; Mrs. A. F. Sawyer, Matron.

Home for Protestant women, residents of Eeading for ten years,
sixty-five years of age or over. Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 9.



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C«ih on hand


$4,878 61


Salaries and wages


1598 50


Snbtoriptions and donations


890 93


Printing, postage, and offloe




Income from inyestmenta


816 22


supplies ....


97


Admissioni ....


400 00


Provisions and supplies


464 70


Sales


192 64


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and inddental


218 92






repairs ....


67 20






Insurance ....


25 86






Drugs and medicines .


4 05






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


21 85




91,401 64






Cash on hand


5,275 76




16,877 40


16,677 40



Or.



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,500; value of investments, $11,405.05.



Bevebe.

CORPS M, VOLUMTUR JJWE SAVnTQ 8ERVI0I, comer Boulevard and
Shirltj Ave., Severe. (Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending June 1, 1918.

Thomas B. Willis, President; Walter E. A. Kester, Secretary;
Austin J. McLean, Treasurer.

To save life and assist those in need; to encourage and promote
swimming.

Number aided during year, 166.



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Cash on hand
f'rom beneficiaries



9108 60
188 25

9291 75



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Provisions and suppliei
Cash on hand



9111 70
180 05

9291 75



HOm FOR AQED PIOPUB IN RIVIRK, Proctor Ave., Revere. (In-
corporated 1906.)

Report for year ending October 28, 1918.

Julius B. Hauck, President; Patrick J. Murray, Secretary; John
B. Seward, Treasurer,

The establishment of. a home for aged people.



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Cash on hand
Income from inyestments
Kental of land



98,478 61

180 80

100 00

98,708 91



Cash book .
Cash on hand



Of.



- $2 00

8.701 91



98,708 91



Value of real estate owned, $4,000.
Home not yet opened.



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mOLUmi CORPORATION, 148 Protpect ▲▼•., Rerwe. (Incorporated

189e.)
Report for ymr ending December 81, 1912.

J. Eveleth Griffith, President; Miss Fannie P. Tower, Secretary;
Charles H. Jones, Treasurer; Miss Margaret B. Forbes, Superin-
terhderU.

For the purpose of preventive work among young women, ex-
eluding those known to belong to the class technically called fallen
women.

Number of paid officers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, 27, viz., 2 paying, 12
partly paying, 13 free; outside institution, 5; number of families
aided, 2.



From beneficiaries 9878 00

8nb8eriptions and donations 4,589 82
Miscellaneous ... 71 88



95,484 15



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Salaries and wages 92,290 98
Printing, postage, and office

sn]>plies .... 310 75

Provisions and supplies 1,050 92

Rent 120 00

Heat, light, and power 270 01
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 950 06

Trayeling expenses 79 96

Miscellaneous 297 98

Total current expenses 95>870 61

Deficit at beginning of year 118 54

95,484 15



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,600.



RRVIRI DISTRICT NURSmo ASSOCIATION, Revere. (Incorporated

1909.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Ida J. Newton, President; Eliza H. Macadam, Secretary; Anna
P. Clisbee, Treasurer.

Care of the sick in their homes.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 149, viz., 143 paying, 3 partly paying,
3 free.



Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations



9154 28
568 80
469 28



91.186 81



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9996 00



Wages ....

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 18 25

Supplies .... 86 71



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



91,095 96
90 85

91,186 81



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ROCKPORT.

BfASBACHUSITTS ASSOCIATION OF WOMUT WOBKSBS CORPORA-
TION, 60 South St., Rockport. (Incwponted 1906.)

Report for yeftr ending Jftniuiry 1, 1918.

Miss Edith M. Howes, President; Miss Eleanor W. Allen, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Guy Cunningham, Treasurer; Mrs. Blanche M. Richard-
son, Superintendent.

A vacation home for working women open from June to October;
no conditions except age and need, good mental condition, and no
contagious disease.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.



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Cash on hand $26 45

From beneficiaries 1,450 66

Subflcriptions and donations 117 91

Income from inyestments . 1 75

Miscellaneous ... 29 04



$1,624 81



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and oi&ce

supplies . • .
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Tickets
Water tax .
Insurance
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



f306 80

23 15

710 87

29 80

106 29

215 70

15 00

10 00

122 02



91,539 68
85 18

$1,624 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$6,000.

Salem.

▲SSOCIARD CHARimS OF SALEM, MASS., S8I Kuax St., Salem.
(Incorporated ItOl.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Walter K. Bigelow, President; Ethel B. Osborne, Secretary; Le-
land H. Cole, Treasurer.

To study the needs of poor families, to secure co-operation of
charitable societies, and to fight the cause of poverty in the com-
munity.

Number of paid officers or employees, 4.

Number of families aided, 461.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Sabacriptions and donations
Annnitiea and bequests to

income .
Income from investments
ReceiTod for fresh-air work
ReceiTod for special work
From Salem Paper Stock

Company
Beinvested .



Total current receipts
Loans to income



$805


70


190


01


2.844


00


5,100


00


554


29


450


00


1,800


07


185


61


2,182


50


$12,562


18


24


02


$12,586 20



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Salaries and wages


$2,190 50


Printing, postage, and olfice




sapplies.


482 64


Provisions and supplies


469 29


Rent ....


841 75


Heat, light, and power


8 09


Furnishings and incidenta




repairs .


69 65


Telephone .


70 98


Fresh-air work .


588 16


Special case work


1,261 23


Miscellaneous


15 82


Total current expenses


$5,442 56


Invested


7.148 64




$12,586 20



Value of investments, $18,004.07.



ASSOCIATION FOB THE RBUBF OF AGID AND DISTITUTl WOION
IN 8ALXM, 180 Derby St., Salem. (Inoorporsted I860.)

Beport for year ending October 81. 1918.

George M. Harris, President; Mrs. Henry M. Batchelder, Sec-
retary; Nathaniel A. Very, Treasurer; Miss Emma C. West, Matron,

A home for worthy poor women born in the United States, at
least sixty years of age, who have resided in Salem not less than
ten years preceding their application. Admission fee, $65.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 14.

Number aided during year in institution, 35; outside institu-
tion, 3.



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Oath on hand .


$1,292 86


Salariet and waget .


$4,906 79


From beneficiaries (admit




Printing, pottage, and office




tion feet)


65 00


suppliet ....


189 85


Income from InTestments


18,071 04


Prorisiont and tnppliet


4,872 87


Legacies not rettrieted


7,510 88


Heat, light, and power
IHimishings and incidental


1,685 18






repairt ....


1,094 54






Accmed interest on bondt








purchased


105 02






Donations, outside aid


820 00






Real estate expense not on








home ....


1,466 46






Insurance on home .


825 87






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


141 21




$15,006 79






Transferred to capital ac-








count ....


7,465 92






Cash on hand


4,466 57




$26,989 28


$26,989 28



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$59,578.25; value of investments, $399,395.38.



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BXRTBAM HOMI FOB AGID MBN, 114 Derby St., Salem. (Incorporated

1877.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Greorge H. Shattuck, President; William 0. Chapman, Secretary
and Treasurer; Mrs. Mary B. Bassett, Matron.

Home for men at least sixty years of age, residents of Salem for
ten years. No admission fee.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 20.



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Income from investments
Interest on bank balance



$9,808 83
52 68



$9,856 45



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Salaries and wages . $2,285 87
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 85 18

ProTisions and supplies 2,915 88

Heat, light, and power 588 95
Furnishings and in ci denta l

repairs .... 824 36

Miscellaneous . 469 04

Total current expenses . $6,568 28
Transferred to principal ac-
count .... 2.793 22



$9,856 45



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500; value of investments, $166,568.82.



THE CHILDBBN'S ISLAND SANITARIUM, LoweU Island, Salem. (In-

eorporated 1886.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Philip L. Saltonstall, President; Joel E. Goldthwait, M.D., Sec-
retary; Augustus Hemenway, Jr., Treasurer; Lucy W. Davis, Super-
intendent.

The care through the summer of poor children suffering from
debility or chronic disease of any sort (not contagious), and the
visiting of these same children in their homes through the winter.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 24.

Number aided during year in institution, 186, all free; outside
institution, 15, all free.



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Oaih on hand .


$268


08


Salaries and wages .


$5,898 65


Snbscriptiont snd donationi


\ 6,972


22


Printing, postage, and offlee


In«oine from invettments


4,264


88


supplies .


844 22


Proceeds of fair


8,549


98


Provisions and supplies


8.859 07


Sale of induitrial work


78


95


Bent ....


52 50


Sale righto


578


24


Heat, Ught, and power


865 79


Miicellaneous


6


85


FumiBhings and incidenta

repairs .
Improvemento .
Insurance .


I

807 60

4,768 15

508 20








Transportation, express, and








boat . . .


410 40








Winter board for children


665 00








Laundry


151 49








Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


27 08




$17,868 15








Cash on hand .


2,888 95




$19,707


10


$19,707 10



Value of investments, $80,637.95.

CITT ORPHAN ASYLUM, 116 Laffty«tt« St., Salem. (Incorporated 1871.)
Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

William Cardinal O^Connell, President; Sister Mary Teresa, Sec-
retary; Sister M. A. Costello, Treasurer.

Asylum for orphans, abandoned children, and old ladies.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 23.

Number aided during year, 312, viz., 126 paying, 137 partly pay-
ing, 49 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to
income ....
Income from iuTestments .



$102


05


19,887


95


500


76


8,775


00


658


19


$24,928 95



Or,

Salaries and wages . $8,712 85
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. . . 752 25

ProTisions and supplies . 8,994 20

Heat, light, and power 2,094 86
Furnishings and incidental

repairs . 8,956 70

Sisters' indemnity . 900 00

Interest on mortgage . 8,804 02

Miscellaneous 889 56

Total current expenses . $24,604 44

Cash on hand . 819 51

$24,928 95



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$73,000; amount of mortgiige on same, $58,614.15; value of invest-
ments, $24,486.99.



HOU81 OF THE 81VXN OABLK8 8ETTLBMINT ASSOCIATION,
54 Turner St., Salem. (Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending March 22, 1918.

Rufus D. Adams, President; Lyman Hurd, Secretary; Frank A.
Brooks, Treasurer; Eleanor B. Hoyt, Head Worker.



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



Maintaining a residence for social workers and a center of social
and educational activity in the neighborhood.
Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 8.
Xnmber aided during year, 398, all partly paying.



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Cash on hand


9561 26


Balariea and wagea


95.577 66


Paid admissiona to hous« .


2,827


85


Printing, poatage, and office




ReaidenU' board .


2,677


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anppliea


87 21


Membera' daea


248


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ProTiaiona and anppliea


1,824 24


Sabaeriptiona and donationa


1,679


85


Cleaning and laun^^ .


206 60


Income from inveatmento


1,408


94


Heat, light, and power


559 87



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