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Profit of ahop and teahouae


684


22


Fnmiahinga and incidenta




Oluba and claaaea


182


15


repoira


747 48


Miacellaneona


88


44


Telephone

Sociala, entertainmenta, and

camp
Ohiba and claaaea
Miacellaneona

Total current ezpenaea


215 84
168 17
275 75




99,721 19








Caah on hand


80 52




$9,751


71


99.751 71



Value of investments, $30,000.



BCACK niDiniTRIAL SCHOOL, 17 Fiokman St., Sal«m. dnewporated

1906.)
Report for year ending October 18, 1918.

Mrs. Walter L. Abbott, President; Miss Sarah S. Kimball, Secre-
tary; William Agge, Treasurer.

To train women and girls for more eflBciency in the home; to
train girls between the ages of fourteen and eighteen to earn their
own living.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 9.

Xumber aided during year, 476.



Caah on hand
From beneficiariea
Subacriptiona and donationa
Annuitiea and bequeata to
income ....
Income from inveatmenta



9827 84
462 00
800 00



1,877 87
2,705 78



96.172 94



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Salaries and wagea 98,200 00
Printing, poatage, and office

anppliea .... 69 27

Proviaiona and anpplies 130 00

Heat, light, and power 252 28
Fomiahinga and incidental

repaivs .... 115 00

MiacellaneottS . 202 96



Total current expenaea
Income invested .
Caah on hand



98.969 51
1.000 00
1.208 48

96,172 94



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,500; value of investments, $53,612.



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MARINK 80CIBTT AT 8ALIH IN NIW ENGLAND, 18 Wathinffton Sq.»

Salem. (Incorporated 177S.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1913.

Capt. C. 0. Welch, Master; Capt. J. C. Entwistle, Cleric; Capt.
Edward B. Trumbull, Treasurer.

To relieve members and their families in poverty or other adverse
accidents of life to which they are more particularly liable.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 25.



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Caeh on hand
Income from inTeatments



$1,460 42
6,798 02



$8,258 44



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Salariea and wagea
Paid beneficiariea
MiaceUaneoua

Total current expensee
Cash on hand



$1,620 00
8,425 00
2,504 29

$7,549 29
709 15

$8,258 44



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$27,000; value of investments, $97,342.45.



KOBTH SHORN BABIES' HOSPITAL, DMrt>om St., Salem. (Incorpo-
rated 1909.)
Report for year ending February 28, 1918.

Hon. David M. Little, President; Arthur P. Poole, Secretary and
Treasurer; Miss Marion Holmes, Superintendent,
Free hospital for sick babies.
Number of paid oflBcers, 15 to 20.
Number aided during year, 53.



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Cash on hand


$M18 78


Salaries and wages


. $8,587 61


Subacriptions and donations


8.622


76


Printing, postage, and adver




Net receipts of tag day


8,016


62


tising


118 78


Board of babies .


285


15


ProTisions and supplies


811 45


Produce sold


155


59


Medicines


111 44


Interest ....


8


62


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidenta

repairs
Water tax . . .
Insurance .
Interest on mortgage .
Balance paid on mortgage
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


806 62

828 02
10 00

112 54

86 40

2,450 00

257 75




$8,120 61








Cash on hand


881 86




$8,452 47


$8,452 47



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000.



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THE PLUMMSB FABM SCHOOL OF RIFOBM FOB BOT8, Winter Uand,

Salem. (Incorporated 1855.)

Beport for year ending December 21, 1912.

Matthew Eobson, President; John B. Tivnan, Secretary; George
H. Allen, Treasurer; Prank N". Wetmore, Superintendent.
Reformation of juvenile offenders.
Number of paid officers or employees, 8.
Number aided during year, 46, viz., 12 partly paying, 32 free.



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Oath on hand
Inoome from investmenU
Board account .
Sikop account .
Farm account

Total current receipts
Depreciation



$1,967 22


6,661


85


1.954


16


918


85


1.888


97


$10,857


88


310


00


$18,186


05



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Salaries and wages .

Printing, iK>8tage, office sup*
plies. proTisions and sup*
plies, rent. heat, light,
power, furnishings, and
incidental r^airs .

Shop account

Farm account

Total current expenses .
Cash on hand



$8,484 64



5.648 80

895 16

1.486 06

$11,014 16
2.120 89

$18,185 05



Value of investments, $139,441.71.



SALKM CHABITABLI MBCHANIO ASSOCIATION, 1461 iMex St., Salem.

(Incorporated 1881 and 1884.)

Report for year ending October 80. 1918.

Frederick E. Warner, President; G. Arthur Bodwell, Secretary;
Thomas G. Pinnock, Treasurer.

Literary and social culture by means of reading and social meet-
ings; to provide aid for its members in case of sickness, disa\)ility,
or death.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.



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$728 54-



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Cash on hand


. $185 62


Salaries and wages


. $125 00


Subscriptions


48 00


Printing, postage, and


office


Income from investments


86 00


supplies


7 65






Rent

Heat, light, and power


. 850 00
7 64


Total current receipts


. $219 62


Loans to income .


508 92


Books and magasines


18 50






Insurance


48 20






Death benefits

Total current expenses


100 00




. $651 99






Gash on hand


76 55



$728 54



Value of investments, $1,068 ; value of investments held by sav-
ings bank for benefit of society, $5,088.19.



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SALKM mCALI CHAUTABLI 800IITT, 8*lem. (Incorporated 1804.)
Report for yoar ending May 7, 1913.

Mrs. Elizabeth E. Bobinson, President; Mrs. Catharine F. Ward-
well, Secretary; Miss Mary W. Nichols, Treasurer.

For the relief of worthy indigent women, preferably of American
birth.

Employs a collector on commission.

Number aided during year, 80.



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Cash on hand
Subeeriptions
Beqnesto to income
Income from investmentt
Liquidation of bank .
For inveetment .
MisceUaneooB



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$18 20 CoUector .... $5 00
148 00 Printing, pottage, and office

8,100 00 supplies .... 8 00

1.006 68 Distributed . 1,105 00

91 00 MisceUaneotts ... 4 00
40 00

17 88 Total current expenses . $1,117 00

Invested .... 8,281 00

Oash on hand . 68 21

$4,416 21 $4,416 21



Value of investments, $24,970.

SALKM nULTKRNITT, 11 Central St., Salem. (Incorporated 1876.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Edward H. Osgood, President; (Jeorge W. Mansfield, Secretary;
Stephen W. Phillips, Treasurer; Herbert C. Farwell, Superin-
tendent.

Providing entertainments and innocent amusements, instruction
and education for young persons in the city of Salem.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 7.

Number attending institution, over 4,000.



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From beneficiaries $64 29
Subscriptions and donations 409 68
Annuities and bequests to in-
come .... 741 20
Income from investments . 8,982 62



$5,197 64



Or.

Salaries and wages $2,516 58
Printing, postage, and office

supplies . 51 86
Heat, light, power, furnish-
ings, and incidental re-
pairs 488 78
Camp expenses 295 24
Library .... 22 86
Insurance .... 90 99
Premiums on investments 58 84
Taxes on invested property 118 58

Total current expenses $8,687 07

Income invested . . 505 72

Contingent fund . . 1,000 00

Cash on hand . . 54 85

$5,197 64



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$14,956; value of investments, $87,095.99; value of investments
held by trustees for benefit of society, $22,389.88.



8ALIM HOSPITAL, 81 Charter St., Salem. (InoorporaUd ISTS.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Arthur W. West, President; John Pickering, Clerk and Treas-
urer; Wilbur B. Bigelow, Superintendent.

The treatment of sick and disabled persons.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 67.

Number aided during year, 2,658, viz., 339 paying, 723 partly
paying, 1,596 free.



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Cash on hand


$6,185


28


Salaries and wages


$17,070 28


From beneflciariei


24,861


25


Printing, postage, and office




Subacriptions and donations


210


00


supplies.


716 48


Annuities and bequests to






Provisions and supplies


20,761 96


income ....


6,000


00


Heat, light, and power


4,829 70


Income from investments .


82,248


77


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


808


21


repairs ....
Expense on real estate pur-
chased for investment
AddiHons to plant
Taxes and insurance •

Total current expenses .


4,900 98

2,786 60

818 24

1,194 20




$52,528 44








Income invested .


18,564 58








Cash on hand


8,160 54




$69,258


51


$69,258 51



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$218,556.97; value of investments, $498,242.28.



SALKM SIABON'S ORPHAN AND CHILDBIN'S FBUND SOCIBTT,

7 Carpenter St., Salem. (Incorporated 1041.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Mrs. Matthew Eobson, President; Miss Ellen A. Brown, Secre-
tary; Orlando S. Leighton, Treasurer; Miss Julia E. Pratt, Matron.

To provide a home for the care and education of neglected and
destitute children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 40, viz., 18 paying, 4 partly paying,
18 free.



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Or.




Ineome from inyestmenU


. $7,910 62


Balariea and wages


$8,065 50


Board paid .


1,088 00


Printing, postage, and office




Bank tax rebate .


165 72


supplies


19 25






Provisions and supplies


8.204 01






Heat, light, and power


669 72






Furnishings and incidenta








repairs


239 44






Repairs on "Home" build








ing .


518 16






Olothing, shoes, etc.


647 86






Telephone


40 47






Insurance premiums


87 85






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


76 80




$8,568 06






Income invested .


541 28




$9,109 84


$9,109 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$14,000; value of investments, $149,664.69.



SALEM TOUNG MBN'8 CHBI8TIAN ASSOCIATION, 188 iMex St., S*lem«

(Incorporated 1884.)

Beport for year ending April 15, 1918.

Matthew Bobson, President; Charles G. F. Coker, Secretary;
Samuel J. Foster, Treasurer; C. Lantz, General Secretary.

Social, moral, physical and spiritual advantages to young men.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, about 5,000, viz., about
1,000 partly paying, about 4,000 free.



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Cash on hand .


$683


83


Salaries and wages




$10,061 19


From beneficiaries


5.992


65


Printing, postage, and office


)


Subscriptions and donations


2,978


88


supplies .


802 56


Income from investments .


770


00


Committee's work


8,579 75


Special fees


576


06


Merchandise


875 26


Sale of merchandise .


1,820


86


Heat, light, and power


2,240 81


Legacies ....


66,515


47


Furnishings and incidenta




Subscriptions for memorial


668


10


repairs .


1,776 19


Sale of real estate


5,000


00


Water and ice .




115 78


Sale of bond


1.048


92


Insurance .




899 05


From tenants


12,820


18


Taxes




1,204 05


Miscellaneous


280


04


Interest
Refunds
Miscellaneous




2,918 08
59 20
78 16




Total current expenses


$24,109 52








Investments


71,022 06








Cash on hand


1,597 53




$96,729


11


$96,729 11



Or.



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$153,000; amount of mortgage on same, $69,000; value of invest-
ments, $75,487.25.



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



SALKM TOUNG WOION'S ASSOCIATION, 18 Brown St.» Salem. (In-

oorporaUd 1909.)
Report for y^r ending March 81, 1918.

Mrs. S. Herbert Wilkins, President; Miss Martha P. Ober, Secre-
tary; Miss Annie C. Draper, Treasurer; Miss Caroline E. Martin,
General Secretary.

The promotion of the physical, social, educational, and moral wel-
fare of the young women and girls of Salem and vicinity.

Number of paid ofiScers or employees, 3.



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$220 99


Salaries and wages


$1,498 29


ftnd donations 281 64


Printing, {MMtage, and office


1


645 75


supplies


144 28






780 67


Provisions and supplies


126 98






284 40


Bent ....


81 50






520 28


Heat, light, and power


189 15






98 90


FurniBhings and incidental




ange




55 15


repairs


60 77


.




62 92


Interest on mortgage .


200 00




Garden, entertainments


89 88




Game room and funds


151 29




Paid on piano


46 00




Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


64 08




$2,602 17






Cash on hand


198 48


$2,795 60


$2,795 60



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500 ; amount of mortgage on same, $4,000.



THE SAMABITAN SOCUTT, IS Federal St., Salem. (Incorporated 1S81.)

Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Mrs. R. E. Hill, President; Mrs. Clara E. Rowell, Secretary;
Miss Mary P. Robinson, Treasurer.
To assist the aged and worthy poor.
Number aided during year, 139 ; number of families aided, 55.



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Cash on hand

Sabscriptions and donations
Bequests

Income from investments
Mortgage discharged
Bank liquidation
Miscellaneous



$754 71

275 00

1,000 00

1.118 SO

1.000 00

21 00

20 76



$4,184 77



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ProTisions and supplies
Rent and board .
Fuel ....
Sickness

Total current expenses
Income iuTCSted .
Cash on hand



$257 55

1.152 50

2 40

204 00

$1,616 45
1,498 52
1.069 80

$4,184 77



Value of investments, $28,044.70.



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SIAMAN'S WIDOW AND ORPHAN ASSOCIATION, Salem. (IncorporaUd

1844.)
Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Mrs. Charles E. Phippen, President; Miss Abbie K. Woodbury,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Belief to widows and orphans of seamen.
Number of paid ofiBcers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 68.



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Income from inTeetments
MiMellaneoua



$8,887 40
42 99



$8,480 89



Or.



SaUriee and wages


$200 00


Printing, postage, and offiee




Buppliee ....


18 18


ProTisiona and supplies


556 59


To widows and orphans


2,658 20


MisceUaneoQS


7 42




$8,480 89



Value of investments, $76,316.72.



WOMAN'S nnND SOCUTT, IS and 14 Urn St., Salem. (Incorporated

1884.)
Report for year ending Deceml>er 81, 1912.

Edith Eantoul, President; Lucy W. Perry, Secretcary; Sarah H.
Brown, Treasurer; M. Pauline Smith, Superintendent.

Society provides a home for working women and girls of good
character, an employment bureau, and district nurse.

Number of paid employees, 10.

Number aided during year, 39.



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Cash on hand
From benefloiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
MiseeUaneoQS

Total cnrrent receipts
Loans to income



$8,887 82


8,866


90


8,789


26


1,824


94


58


55


$17,420 97


1,500


00


$18,920 97



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Salaries and wages .
Printing, postage, and office

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

repairs .
Addition to building .
Industrial work
Insurance .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand .



$4,880 09

90 15

5,485 18

855 81



800 89

851 95

100 00

69 25

4 45



$17,687 27

216 16

1,067 54

$18,920 97



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$14,000; value of investments, $27,393.11.



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



Saugus.

THE GHUBCH HOMI ASSOCIATION, 787 Broadway, CUftondato. (In-
corporated 1909.)
Report for year ending March 1, 1918.

6. W. Doyle, President; Mary B. Anderson, Secretary and Treas-
urer,

Home for ministers and gospel workers.



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Snbecriptions and donations
Deficit ....



$268 44
279 21



$547 65



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Wages ....
Deficit from last year
Materials for building .
Principal and interest on mort-
gage ....
Service pipe and taxes .
Miscellaneous .



$82 15

19 60

246 60

89 96
83 59
25 75

$547 65



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $700.



Sharon.

BOSTON LAKISHORI HOMI, Lakerlew St., Sharon Helffhtt. (Incor-
porated 1898.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

F. A. Pelton, President; D. L. Smith, Cleric; F. F. McLeod,
Treasurer; M. R. Deming, Superintendent.

To provide a summer vacation and day excursions for poor
women and children, care for destitute boys on the farm, and camp
for boys.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 11.

Number aided during year, 2,681, viz., 317 partly paying, 2,364
free.



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Cash on hand


$159 66


Subscriptions and donations


8,026 21


Income from investments .


539 84


Board ....


2,289 20


Farm products .


214 07


Miscellaneous


697 25



$11,876 28



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Salaries and office expenses
Groceries and provisions
Employees of boys' farm
Employees o f Lakeshore

Home
Farm maintenance
Insurance and interest
Railroad fares and freight
Boys* camp
Auto excursion .
Clothing and shoes
Repairs and improvements
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$3,157 14

3,488 39

16 00

592 41
436 98
907 96
517 41
899 08
584 49
60 52
991 77
727 95

$11,880 05
46 18

$11,876 23



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$21,900; amount of mortgage on same, $4,000; value of invest-
ments, $11,271.83.



SHARON SANATOBIXTM, Everett St., Sharon. (Incorporated 1991.)
Report for je^v ending December 1, 1912.

William T. Sedgwick, President; Mrs. Charles A. Porter, Secre-
tary; Nathaniel H. Stone, Treasurer; Miss Alice E. Hodges,
Superintendent.

Treatment of incipient tuberculosis in women of limited means.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 12.

Number aided during year, 49, viz., 44 paying, 5 partly paying.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments .

Total current receipts
Transferred from capital .



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$5,580 68


Salaries and wages .


$6,016 09


11,828 78


Printing, postage, and office


>


8,441 01


supplies .


495 97


2,146 95


ProTisions and supplies


7,118 82




Heat, light, and power


1,907 44




$22,498 92


Furnishings and incidenta




2,000 00


repairs .


2,991 94




Stable expenses .


422 82




Insurance .


588 40




Freight and express .


249 26




Garden and grounds .


95 10




Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


8,895 57




$28,281 41




Cash on hand


1,212 51


$24,498 92


$24,493 92



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$40,000 ; value of investments, $51,000.



Sherboen.

SHERBOBN WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' BBNXVOLINT SOCOnT, Sber-

bom. (Incorporated I860.)

Report lor year ending October 19, 1918.

Mrs. Cora E. Leland, President; Mrs. Martha D. Leland, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Abbie S. Leland, Treasurer.

To aid widows and orphans in reduced circumstances.
Number aided during year, 16.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations .
Income from inrestments
Membership fees


$91 70

75 00

888 89

6 50


Cr.
Treasurer's expenses
Rent, safe deposit box .
To beneficiaries

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


$2 00

5 00

. 821 00


. $828 00
. 179 09



$507 09



$507 09



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SOMERVILLE.

A880CXATBD CHAEITIS8 OF SdBO&VILLI, S47 Pearl St., SoiiMrrilla.
(IneorporaUd 1901.)

Report for year ending December 18, 1912.

Rev. Charles L. Noyes, President; Caroline T. Sprague, Secre-
tary; Nathan H. Reed, Treasurer; Mary L. Serrat, Executive Sec-
retary.

To co-ordinate the philanthropic agencies of the community for
the better relief of poverty and the elevation of the general level of
life.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 3 (2 part time).

Number aided during year, 276, viz., 26 partly paying, 250 free ;
number of families aided, 64.



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Cash on hand

Subscription! and donations
Annuities and bequests t o
income ....
Income from iuTestmentS
Reimbursement (aid given)
Miscellaneous



$19 74
1,428 88

200 00

850 00

6 76

1 61



$2,006 98



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Salaries and wages $906 85
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 194 88

Provisions and supplies . 606 88

Rent 120 00

Heat, light, and power . 8 01

Miscellaneous 21 65

Total current exi>enses $1,852 62

Cash on hand 164 81

$2,006 98



Value of investments, $7,000.



80MBBVILLI BOT8' CLUB, Bonner Ave., comer WMhington St., Som-
erviUe. (Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Benjamin F. Freeman, President; Justin N. Lovett, Secretary;
Frederic W. Stone, Treasurer; CliflEord E. Batcheller, Superin-
tendent.

Xonsectarian club, to keep boys from the streets and furnish in-
struction and entertainment.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 650.



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Oftsh on hAnd

Subscriptioni and donations
Income from inTeatments
Sale, waste paper, etc.
Glass work ....
From boys ....
Use of pool Ublea


$200 45
2.289 98
2 00
69 00
64 88
47 47
37 00


Salaries and wages
Printing, postoge, and offic«

snppUes
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidenU

repairs
Class supplies
Telephone
Discount of notes
Campaign expenses

Total current expenses
Income iuTested .
Notes payable
Cash on hand


$2,198 98

\

282 74
108 10

175 40

107 10

86 28


Total current receipts
Notes payable


$2,710 18
1,200 00


26 46
10 00
44 61




$2,084 62

2 00

900 00

2^ 56


$3,910 18

Value of investments, $202.


$8,910 18



SOHXBVILLI HOm FOB THE AGID, 7-11 Grandfiffw Ave., 8om«rTiUe.
(IneorporaUd 1S98.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. Clara P. Haven, President; Mrs. Bebecca S. Waldron,
Secretary; Mrs. Belle A. Williston, Treaswrer; Miss Lillie L.
Hubbard, Matron.

Home for persons at least sixty years of age, residents of Somer-
ville for five years. Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid officers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 18.



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Or.



Cash on hand .


$8,982 92


Salaries and wages .


$1,481 50


From beneficiaries


200 00


Printing .


15 00


Subscriptions and donations


899 52


Provisions and supplies


1.024 93


Bequests ....


81,884 98


Heat, light, and power


575 37


Income from iuTestments


8,076 08


Furnishings and incidenta




Miscellaneous


17 59


npt^in .


486 05






Taxes

Funeral expenses


28 32


Total current receipto


$44,009 99


102 80


Sale of securities


5,000 00


Bonding company


25 00






Insurance


31 00






Box rent, Old Colony Trust








Company


10 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


88 58




$3,818 05






Income invested .


86.062 57






Cash on hand .


9,184 87




N9,009 99


$49,009 99



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$13,300; value of investments, $73,050.



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



80MEBVILLI HOSPITAL, eom«r Crocker «nd Crown Sti., 8oiiier?illo.
(Inoorporsted 1891.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Luke W. Farmer, President; Frederic W. Stone, Clerk; Albert
W. Edmands, Treasurer; Elizabeth C. Hogle, Matron.

Treatment of persons who need surgical or medical attendance
during temporary sickness or injury.

J^umber of paid oflScers or employees, 34.

Number aided during year, 597, viz., 274 paying, 323 free.



Dr.






Cr.




0«8h on hand


$900


22


Salaries and wages .


$8,557 91


From benellciarlea


10,668


81


Provisions and supplies


7,061 28


Sabecriptioni and donations


10,225


82


Water and ioe .


761 52


Annuities and beqneett to






Heat, light, and power


2,752 90


income ....


7,675


00


l!*umishings and incidental




locome from investments


1,844


82


repairs .


2,021 00


Bonds matured .


8,000


00


Medical suppUes
Surgical supplies
Printing and telephone
Interest and insurance



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