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180 00






Storage


6 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


66 28




$7,100 92






Cash on hand


1,144 87


88,246


29


$8,245 29



Value of investments, $36,167.50.



WESSON MATIBNITT HOSPITAL, ItO Hifh St., Springfield. (Inoor-

poratod 1906.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Frank H. Wesson, President; George P. Chapin, Secretary and
Treasurer; Winifred H. Brooks, Superintendent.

Treating and caring for women during the Ijring-in period; also
for the care and treatment of infants bom of patients while in said
hospital.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 50.

Number aided during year, 626, viz., 618 paying, 8 free.



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Cash on hand


$8,852 89


Salaries and wages


$13,046 14


From beneficiaries


24,977 66


Provisions and supplies


12.080 36


Income from inTeatmenti


977 94


Telephone ....


263 64


Trust, funds


9.688 26


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


2,785 97






repairs ....


8,364 58






Interest and insurance


187 00






Bills payable


1.000 00






Installing lighting system,








etc

Total current expenses .


1,118 00




$88,795 69






Cash on hand .


5.146 06




$88,941 75


$88,941 75



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$207,000; amount of mortgage on same, $3,000; value of invest-
ments, $215,000.



WESSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, 140 Hiffh St., Sprinfflleld. (Incor-
porated 19P0.)

Report for year ending December 31. 1912.

Alfred N". Mayo, President; James P. Steams, Secretary; Ed-
ward 0. Sutton, Treasurer; Hilda M. Boyd, Superintendent,

Care of sick and injured.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 50.

Kumber aided during year, 595, viz., 462 paying, 39 partly pay-
ing, 94 free.



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Cash on hand


$1,672 47


Salaries and wages .


$11,482 87


From beneflciariee


20.832 66


Printing, postage, and in




Subscriptions and donations


88 00


sn ranee .


251 25


Income from investments .


12.455 95


Provisions and supplies


14.319 77






Water tax .


738 76






Heat, light, and power


4.414 08






Overpaid accounts


117 17






Repairs


1,155 61






Equipment


832 99






Telephone and telegraph
Total current expenses


116 11




$82,928 61






Cash on hand


2,075 47




$84,999 08


$84,999 08



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$230,000 ; value of investments, $257,500.



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Stoneham.

HOm FOR AOID PBOPLI IN STOKBHAM, StonahAm. (Ineorpgnted

1898.)

Beport for year ending April 29, 1918.

Edgar L. Patch, President; Mary W. Souther, Secretary; Wil-
liam 0. Richardson, Treasurer.
Home for aged people.



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Ouh on hand $6,809 28

Subeeriptiona and donations 897 40

Income from InTeetmenta 266 85

Legacy .... 100 00



$7,568 48



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Cash on hand



$2 50
7,560 98



$7,563 48



Value of investments, $7,560.98.
Home not yet open.



NSW mOLAND SANITAEIUM AND BBNITOLINT ASSOCIATION,
Woodland Bd., Stonoham. (Inoorporfttod 1899.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

W. B. White, President; J. G. White, Secretary and Treas-
urer; Mrs. J. 6. White, Superintendent.

Sanatorium for treatment of nervous and chronic diseases.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 102.

Number aided during year, 1,248, viz., 1,105 paying, 114 partly
paying, 29 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Snbscriptions and donations
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income



$186 12

78,296 11

688 74

2,827 96

$76,898 93
8,544 26



$80,448 19



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Salaries and wages

Printing, postage, office
supplies, provisions and
supplies, rent, heat, light,
power, furnishings, and
incidental repairs .

Total current exi>enses
Cash on hand .



$26,890 95



53,503 30

$79,894 25
548 94

$80,448 19



Value of real estate evened and occupied for corporate purposes,
$53,800 ; amount of mortgage on same, $32,350.



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Stow.

BID AOBB FABM INOORFOBAnD, Stow. (IbeorpontMl lfO€.)
Report for yoar endhif April 80» 1018.

Edward W. Emerson, President; Henry C. Merwin, Secretary;
Harriet G. Bird, Treasurer.
Charity for horses.

Nnmber of paid oflScers or employees, 6.
Number of horses cared for, 340.



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Cash on hand . . $790 89

From benefloiariat • 8,108 89

SnbaeriptJonfl and donations 4,897 50
Annnitioa and boqnetta to

Snoome . ' . . 2,806 50

Inoome from SnToatmontt . 797 28

Farm prodnoe 182 00

Rants .... 104 00

HiseeOaneons ... 88 88



$12,019 81



Of.



Salaries and wages


18,210 48


Printing, postage, and ofBec


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supplies.


140 96


ProTisions and supplies


1,900 06


Rent ....


866 00


Heat, light, and power


210 00


Furnishings and ineidental




reipairs .


1.898 94


Old horses rescued


658 60


Land


560 00


Automobile


750 00


Water plant


448 44


Taxes


65 26


Miscellaneous


124 86


Total current expenses


$9,818 88


Cash on hand .


2,202 06




$12,019 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$9,276.82; value of investments, $16,704.41.



SWAMPSOOTT.

VLORINCI OEITTIMTON BB8017B LIAOUI, 145 lii«i St., Bwampioott.

(Incorporated 1011.)

Report for year ending September 1, 1918.

Mrs. Nellie M. Cobum, President; Mrs. Adela B. Thomas, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Josephine Dunphey, Treasurer; Priscilla Colclough,
Matron,

To rescue and encourage unfortunate girls, and to elevate them
to pure Christian womanhood.

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

Number aided during year, 42, viz., 19 paying, 9 partly paying,
14 free.



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OMh on lumd
From benefloiarie*
Subscriptions and donations



Or.



$84 00


Salaries and wages


$285 65


1,014 99


Printing, postage, and ofBes




1,212 08


supplies . . . .


22 79




ProTisions and supplies


876 88




Insurance and interest


266 00




Heat, light, and power


889 96




Furnishings and incidental






repairs


19 07




Hospital supplies


174 82




Bewer and water bill .


66 98




Old bills .


75 00




Telephone and telegraph


44 11




MiscelUneous

Total current expenses


47 52




. $2,168 80




Oash on hand


98 82


$2,201 02


$2,261 62



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,600; amount of mortgage on same, $3,769.



Swansea.

BBBTQhOUU.IiNOOSFOBATID, Bwmum*. (Inoorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Rt. Rev. WilUam Lawrence^ President; Clarence H. Poor, Secre-
tary; Charles E. Eogerson, Treasurer.

Place of rest and recuperation for the clergy and laymen of the
Episcopal church in the diocese of Massachusetts.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 2,500.



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Cash on hand

Income from inyestments

Guests at Best House .



$70 00
8.884 14
2,520 20



$5,924 84



Cr.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and oAe«

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

repairs
Bond of treasurer
Safe deposit box .
Insurance

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



$2,201 02

150 00

2,712 54

547 75

166 08
25 00
10 00
40 00



$5,854 84
70 00

$5,924 84



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$30,000; value of investments, $69,799.15.



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Taunton.

A880CIATID GHABimS OF TAUKTONi 70| lUIn St., Taunton. ,(In-

eorporat«d 1S8S.)

Report for year ending April 1, 1918.

Malcolm Taylor, President; Mrs. Lizzie I. Burt, Secretary;
Elijah E. Bicharda, Treasurer; Miss Bertha J. Southwick, General
Becretary.

To promote eflBcient co-operation of charities in Tannton; to
diminish pauperiMn; to prevent begging and imposture; to co-oper-
ate with anti-tuberculosis society of Taunton in the prevention and
relief of consumption.

Number of paid officers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 331, viz., 15 partly paying, 316
free; number of families aided, 101.



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Cash on hand


$80 27


Salaries and wages


$600 00


From beneiieiariee


12 20


Printing, postage, and ofBoc


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Snhecriptions and donation!


1.255 84


snppUea .


S5 59


Income from investments


22 70


ProTisions and supplies


859 07






Bent and heat


120 00






Light ....


SO






Furnishings and ineidenta








repairs


9 40






Telephone


25 SS






Trarel


6 00






Periodical .


2 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


2 68




$1,211 87






Cash on hand


109 64




$1,821 01


$1,821 01



Value of investments, $600.



BBTHLIHBM HOMl, %1 Bummer St., Taunton. (Inoorporated 1909.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Rt. Bev. D. F. Feehan, President; Bev. M. H. Fox, Secretary;
Eev. T. B. Sweeney, Treasurer; Sister M. Hilary, Matron.

Care of children (boys and girls) under five years of age.

Numbfer of paid (^cers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 62, via., 14 paying, 8 partly paying,
30 free.



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Cash on hand
From benefleiarie*
Snbaoriptiona and donations



Or,



$98 99


Salaries and wages


$845 00


1.844 70


Printing, postage, and ofBee




945 12


supplies ....


80 05




Provisions and supplies


1,411 26




Heat, light, and power


886 43










repairs ....
Tbtal onrrent expenses


201 08




$2,878 81




Gash on hand


10 00


$2,888 81


$2,888 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purpoflee,
$11^000; amount of mortgage on same^ $2^500.

TAUKTON RMALI OHABITABU AUOCXATIONp M Broadway, Taunton.
(Xneorporat9d 1819.)

Beport for year ending January 1, 1918.

Mrs. Jane M. Seaver, President; Mrs. Charles T. Hubbard, Sec-
retary; Miss Maria W. Baylies, Treasurer; Mrs. Lucy Dunbar,
Matron,

Home for women at least sixty years of age, residents of Taunton
for ten years. Admission fee, $300 and conveyance of property to
Home.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 14.



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Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Bequest
Tax rebate .
Sales ....
Miscellaneons



$2,840 60

2,040 95

100 00

181 79

258 04

12 14



$4,928 42



Of.
Salaries and wages
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Water
Telephone
Medicine
Miscellaneous



Total current
Oash on hand



$1,819 40

1.708 28

571 40

812 98

42 75
84 00
51 00
28 49



$4,558 20
870 22

$4,928 42



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$14,300; value of investments, $61,259.14.



HEBREW LADIES' HELPINO HAHD BOOIETT OF TAUinrON, Taunton.
(Inoorporated 1908.)

Report for year endlnf November 28, 1918.

Esther (Joldstein, President; Sofia Franklin, Secretary; Annie
Goldstein, Treasurer.
Helping the poor and needy people of Taunton.

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C«8h on hand



Total enrrent receipts
From bank



$209 71
14 00

$228 71
125 00

$848 71



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ProTisiona and supplies .
Expenses

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



$180 25
6 60

$186 85
211 86

$848 71



TAUKTOir H08FITAL OOMPANT, 88 Wftihington St., Taunton. (In-
corporated 1888.)
Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Silaa D. Presbry, M.D., President; Martha Perry, M.D., Secre-
tary; Robert M. Leach, Treasurer; Mrs. Jennie S. Berry, registered
nurse, Superintendent.

Care of. sick and wounded without restrictions.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 24.

Number aided during year, 553, viz., 349 paying, 176 partly
paying, 28 free.



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Cash on hand . $1,222 46

From beneficiaries . 12,151 19

Suhscriptions and donations 11,167 21
Annuities and bequests to

income . . . 5,000 00

Income from investments . 2,968 70

Notes payable . . 8.500 00



$41,004 56



Or.

Salaries and wages $6,075 87
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. ... 817 78

Provisions and supplies 4,859 05

Heat, light, and power 8,152 58
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 1,154 20

New buflding . 19,110 80

Interest .... 262 54

Insurance .... 175 00

Nurses' library ... 57 92

Sprinkling and sewer 25 85

Miscellaneous 558 88

Total current expenses . $85,749 42

Income invested . . . 5,000 00

Cash on hand . . 255 14

$41,004 56



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$102,000; value of investments, $44,591.30.



Templeton.

THB HOSPITAL C0TTAOI8 TOR OHn.DBlW, BaldwinsTUlo. (Incor-
porated 1881.)
Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Herbert S. Morley, President; Robert N. Wallis, Secretary;
George L. Clark, Treaswer; Dr. H. W. Page, Superintendent,

The care, training, and treatment of diseased, maimed, feeble-
minded, destitute, and orphan children. (Boys and girls.)

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 50.

Number aided during year, 131, viz., 2 paying, 113 partly pay-
ing, 16 free.

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18,856 79


Salaries and wafes .


$16,216 40


Prom beneflciarie*


18,241 44


Clothing ....


519 88


SuUcriptiont and donation!


752 54


ProTisions and supplies


5,780 73


Bequetto ....


1.159 60


Medicines, etc. .


828 48


Income from invettments .


14,004 09


Heat, light, power, and




Donations for free beds


8.097 81


water ....


8,357 64


Donation! for schools


298 84


Furnishings and incidental




Cash sales


2,189 18


repairs ....


2,937 78


Misoellaneont


867 52


Building repairs, extraor-








dinary ....


1,541 47






Additional water supply








equipment


475 55






Hay and grain .


2,841 81






General expenses

Total current expenses .


2.988 95




$86,988 54






luTested ....


1.876 09






Gash on hand .


8,108 18




$46,417 81


$46,417 61



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$84,295 ; valtle of inyestments held by trustees for benefit of society,
$336,998.07.

Wasbfxbld.



WAKBTULD HOm for AQSD WOMUff, • BwuMtt Bt., WUnMl«L (In-

oorporatod 1894.)
Btport for year ending Mareh 81, 1918.

Mrs. Ida F. Carlisle, President; Mrs. Mary F. Abom, Secretary;
Miss Eunice A. Wiley, Treasurer; Mrs. Eunice Porter, Superin-
tendent.

Home for Protestant women over sixty years of age, residents of
"Wakefield for ten years. Admission, $200, furniture for room, and
conveyance of properly to Home.

Number of paid oflicers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 6.



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Cash on hand ... $0 54

From benefleiaries 525 00

Subscriptions and donations 274 18

Income from investments 868 75



$1,668 42



Or,

Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofBce

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

repairs
Telephone and water rates
Funeral expenses
Aged women's allowanoe

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$494 90

18 20
474 82
852 85

72 25
48 20
60 00
86 50



$1,552 22
92 85
18 85

$1,668 42



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$6,000 ; value of investments, $22,628.93.



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Walpolb.

WALPOLB VI8ITIKO NUBSl ASSOCIATION, Walpolo. (Ineorporated

1909.)
Report for year ending November 1, 1913.

Mrs. Charles S. Bird, President; Mrs. H. A. Spear, Jr., Secre-
tary; Mrs. Winifred P. McCarthy, Treasurer; Mrs. Emma C. New-
comb, Nurse.

Care of the sick in their homes.

Xiimber of paid ofScers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 296, viz., 126 paying, 86 partly pay-
ing, 84 free.



Df.

Cash on hand
From benefleiariee
Snbteriptiona and donations
Income from invettmenta
Town appropriation
Metropolitan Life Ininranee



IS56 97
251 80
115 18
« 87
250 00
292 06



$1,772 87



Or,
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and oAee
supplies ....
Telephone ....
MiiceUaneoas



Total coxrent
Cash on hand



$987 60

14 25

18 92

19 60

$990 17
782 20

$1,772 87



Waltham.

FBn miADIMO ROOM, HfC, Stl CrMoent St., Waltham. (Iiioovporat«d

1908.)

Report im year ending December 81, 1912.

Arthur A. Carey, President; John W. AUine, Secretary; Hugo
B. Seikel, Treasurer and Director.

Industrial classes for women; mechanics' educational classes for
men; reading room and library for men, women, and children;
pool, gymnastics, and athletics; boys' club; visiting the sick; pas-
toral care and visiting; divine services, Sunday; kindergarten;
entertainments, etc.

Number of j^aid o£5cers or employees, 17.



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Free reading room

Oymnasinm

Swimming pool .

Assembly room .

Bulletin

Camp, by donations,

tainments, etc.*
Boy scouts
Sea scouts
Scout ship "Pioneer
Salaries

Noon hour luncheon
Donations .



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$821 58

780 68

1,158 85

1,004 80

80

1,251 18

28 18

88 80

150 00

889 85

140 72

18,581 98



$28,846 12



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Salaries and wages
Sunday serrioes .
Kindergarten
Library

Free reading room
Gymnasium
Swimming pool .
Assembly room .
Bulletin
Oamp

Boy scouts
Sea scouts
Scout ship " Pioneer
Playground
Noon hour



$18,118 48

870 99

20 08

188 40

2,099 81

1,180 84

2,874 42

527 89

114 89

1,161 88

22 81

280 88

2,008 96

122 71

150 00

$28,846 12



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purpoees,
$100,000.



LBLAMD HOm FOB AOBD WOMBff, 17 N«wton St., Waltham. (In-

eorporated 1879.)

Report for year ending Deoember 81, 1912.

John L. Harvey, President; Helen L. Dalzelle, Secretary; B.
Earl Eichler, Treasurer; Villa Hodsdon, Matron.

Home for women of American parentage, at least sixty-five years
of age, without incurable disease, residents of Waltham for ten
years. Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid officers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 9.



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Oath on hand


$758 90


Salariet and wafea


$772 31


Prom benefleiaries


980 00


Printinf, pottage, and oAee


\


SubseripUona and donations


185 00


tuppliet .


28 20


Income from inTeatments


2,208 70


Provitiont and tnppliet


602 41


ICiscellaneooa


27 18


Heat, light, and power
Fumiahlnga and inoidenta


466 79






repairt


202 57








80 80






Water, eto. .


48 94






Inturanee


12 50






Fnneral ejcpenset .


96 82






Total enrrent expentea


98 92




$2,864 16






Income inTosted .


1,897 66






Oath on hand


822 90




$4,084 72


$4,084 72



Or,



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$21,000; value of investments, $54,512.01.



WALTHAM ANIICAL AID 800IITT, Church St., Waltham. (Inoor-

porated 1909.)
Report for year ending Jannary 10, 1918.

Rev. J. P. MacCarthy, President; Mrs. Mary Wright Bryant,
Secretary and Matron; Frederic P. Butter, Treasurer.
Care of stray animals.
Number of paid oflScers or employees, 1.



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OMh on hand
From benefioiarie* .
Subscriptions and donations
Miscellaneons .



$167 86

58 40

60 38

580 72



$852 81



Of.

Salaries and wages

Printing, postage, ofBce sup-
plies, provisions and snp
pUes ....

Rent ....

Furnishings and incidental re-
pairs ....

MisoeUaneous .



Total current expenses
Cash on band



$129 50



51 21
58 00

9 70
285 17

$478 58
878 78

$852 81



THE WALTHAK BABT H08FITAL, t—x 7M Main St., Waltham. (In-
corporated 1901.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. George E. Jordan, President; Mrs. Alice E. Puller, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Elizabeth J. Worcester, Treasurer.

To provide care for sick babies and also for babies who need it
by reason of the sickness, death, or other incapacity of their
parents.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year in institution, 91, viz., 30 paying,
40 partly paying, 21 free; outside institution, 33, viz., 18 paying,
3 partly paying, 12 free; number of families aided, 27.



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Oash on band $266 74

From beneficiaries 1,580 47

Subscriptions and donations 1,185 68
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 8,800 00

Income from investments 197 21

Entertainments . . 427 78

Miscellaneous ... 8 94



$6,910 72



Or,
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofBce

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

repairs
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income inyested .
Oash on hand



$1,815 42

299 51

1,181 67

525 11

225 28
12 88



$8,559 87

8,840 00

11 85

$6,910 72



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500; value of investments, $10,679.91.

WALTHAK DAT NUBSIBT ASSOCIATION, 96 School St., Waltham.
(Incorporated 191S.)

Report for year endinf October 36, 1918.

Mrs. Carolyn B. Yetten, President; Mrs. Nora Stanley Smiley,
Secretary; Mrs. L. 0. Dennison, Treasurer; Mrs. Laura Whitney,
Matron.



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For the assistance of mothers and the care and protection h
children from twelve months old to the school age.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 16.



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Cash on hand April 16. 1918»

at opening of nnnery .
From beneiieiariM .
Subacriptions and donations
Prom rent of rooms
Interest ....



I860 90

100 60

360 65

52 75

1 61



$772 71



Or,
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and

supplies
Rent ....
Heat and light
Furnishings and incidental

pairs ....
Charter ....
Insurance
Hiseellaneous .

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



oAee



$206 95

46 56

140 00

18 48

58 48

10 00

10 00

2 00

$511 65
261 06

$772 71



WALTHAK DI8TBICT NUBtDIO ABtOOIATIOir, Waltham. (laeor-

ponted IfOl.)
Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Mrs. Thomas Curley, President; Miss Alice E. Bumham, Sec-
retary; Mrs. L. T. Bumham, TreoMtrer.

To provide the sick with visiting nurses.

Number of paid o£Scers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 770, viz., 510 paying, 76 partly
paying, 184 free.



Dr,
Cash on hand
From benefldaries
Subscriptions and donations
Refunded for surgleal ma-
terial and ear fares .



$11 54

1,995 25
491 00

55 91



$2,558 70



Or.

Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and oAoa
supplies ....
Food and surgieal material .
Oar fares ....

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$2,199 15

29 60
88 04

112 80

$2,428 98
129 71

$2,558 70



WALTHAM ORADUATS RURU A8800IATION, 71« Main St., Waltbam.

(InoorporaUd 1904.)

Report for year ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Mrs. Conrad Bell, President; Miss Mildred Pierce, Secretary;
Miss Estelle Q. Ferguson, Treasurer; Miss Bertha B. Currier,
Matron.

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providing facilities for its practice^ and establishing a home for
needy nurses.

Number of paid oncers or employees, 4.



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Cash on hand


$418 19


Salaries and wages


$987 86


Pees ... .


948 00


Printing, postage, and ofBc«




Caps and telephone tolls


44 96


supplies .


12 80


Bent of rooms (nurses)


1,609 70


Bent ....


720 00


Interest on deposits


14 88


Heat, light, and power


265 14


Sale of beds


68 60


Furnishings and ineidental




Miscellaneous


118 24


repairs


96 86






Telephone


108 08






Gaps and laundry


82 71








81 50






Gifts and refreshments


50 49






Total current expenses


189 09




$2,489 02






Cash on hand


777 90




$8,216 92


$8,216 92



WALTHAK HOSPITAL, Hdpe Af.. Waltham. (InoorporatMl 18SS.)
Beport lor year ending September 80, 1918.

Arthur Lyman, President; Lillian A. Brewer, Secretary; Edwin
F. Atkins, Treasurer; Janette M. Smith, Matron.

To care for the sick.

Number of paid o£Scers or employees, 24.

Number aided during year in institution, 1,155, viz., 798 paying,
16 partly paying, 215 free, also 131 babies; number of out-patients,



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