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Cash on hand .


$1,601 28


Salaries and wages




$10,128 15


From beneficiaries


29.558 98


Printing, postage, and ofBoi


\


Subscriptions and donations


7,249 97


supplies.


580 64


Annuities and bequests to




Proyisions and supplies


15,664 00


income ....


100 00


Bent ....


1,017 00


Income from inyestments .


10,229 07


Heat, light, and power
Fomishings and incidenta


5,267 74










$48,789 20


repairs .


2,888 64


Balance arising from esti-




Medicines, drugs, and sur




mated bOls receivable and




gieal supplies .


8,696 00


bills payable .


1.064 45


Nursing service
Interest
Ambulance .
Ice .
Water
Miscellaneous






5.086 82

1,250 00

405 50

565 87

671 85

2.518 84




Total current expenses


$49,519 65








284 10




$49,808 65


$49,808 66



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$136,842.09; amount of mortgage on same, $25,000; value of in-
vestments, $198,835.25.



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Wabe.

WARE VI8ITINO NUBSE AND H08FITAL A88O0IATION, 98 South St.,
Wftro. (Inoovponted 1909.)

Report for year endinf September 1, 1918.

Mrs. Henry 0. BobinBon, President; Mrs. Gf. P. A. Spencer, Sec-
retary; Mrs. A. G. Blodgett^ Treasurer; Miss Mary L. Whitney,
Superintendent.

To give to the sick the best home nursing, and to establi^ and
maintain a hospital.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year in institution, 97, viz., 78 paying, 4
partly paying, 15 free; outside institution, 161, viz., 92 paying,
59 free.



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Oath on hand


$2,829 20


Salaries and wages


$8,887 69


From beneflciariei


1,968 26


Printing, pottage, an^ ofBoi


1


Snbsoriptions and donations


3.880 06


supplies .


106 17


Annuities and bequesU to




Prorisions and supplies


1,205 28


income ....


25 00


Heat, light, and power


407 68


Income from invettments


891 46


Furnishings and incidental




Sale of Red Cross stamps .


104 67


repairs


845 81






Heater


285 00






Interest


106 18






Telephone serrice


62 55






Insurance


16 20






Misoellaneous
Total current expenses


62 77




$6,988 78






ChBk on hand


1,749 76




18.688 54


$8,688 54



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,176 ; amount of mortgage on same, $2,475 ; value of investments,
$6,374.36.

Watertown.

PERKINS mSTirUTION AND MASSACHUSITTS SCHOOL TOR THB
BUND, North Baaoon St., Watertown. (Inoorporatod 1819.)

Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

Hon. Francis Henry Appleton, President; Edward E. Allen,
Secretary and Director; William Endicott, Jr., Treasurer.

The training of educable boys and girls of school age, without
regard to color, nationality, or creed, who, on account of lack of
sight, cannot obtain an education through the ordinary methods of
the public schools.

Number of paid officers, teachers, and employees, 150.



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Niimber aided during year in institution, 296, viz., 193 partly
pa3ring, 103 free; outside institution, 15, all free.



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Cash on hand .

From beneiidsries (pri-
vate paxt-paying pnpUa)

Snbaeriptiona and dona<
tions

Annuitiea and boqneats
to income

Income from inTeetipeinto

Tuning

State of ICaisachnsettt ap-
propriation .

New England States,
board and tuition .

Legaciea .

Securities sold and ]
tnred

Sale of books and appli
ances

Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Beal estate sold



$62,750 69

900 00

6,166 00

2,700 00

100,420 82

2.661 78

86.816 41

26,426 67
62,842 16

889.218 65

265 87
7.901 69



$647,566 74
22,220 08

$669,775 82



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Salaries and wages .
Printing, postage, and oAee

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Tuning

Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and inciden<

tal repairs .
Commissions on sale of

real estate .
Maintenance and repairs

on real estate
Beneficiaries
Teaching aduH blind
Construction account
Miscellaneous .

Total current expenses
Income invested
Cash on hand .



$70,088 87

2.098 92
80,915 69

1,969 44
14,626 55

10,688 88

892 50

12,605 52

1,070 00

4,716 41

288.078 68

8,691 70



$440,828 11

188,056 88

45,891 88



$669,775 82



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$1,197,794.34; value of investmente, $2,187,324.51.



Siminr bams HOMB, 8M Bohool St., Watartown. (Incorporated 1887.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

Edward H. Mason, President; Talbot Aldrich, Secretary; Arthur
P. Estabrook, Treasurer; William 0. Mann, Superintendent.

Home for convalescent women and children; preferably for
women and girls without homes and recovering from medical and
surgical treatment.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 169, viz., 14 paying, 50 partly paying,
105 free.



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From beneficiaries . $1,560 11

Snbaeriptioni and donation! 125 00

Income from investmentB

held by tmetee 268 41



Total cnrrent receipts
Loans to income .



$1,968 52
8.188 05



$5,086 57



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofBce

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

repairs ....
Summer house .



$1,847 98

^ 4 46

2,477 87

410 87

245 94

100 00

$5,086 57



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,000 ; value of investments held by trustees for benefit of society,
$2,160.



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



WATIRTOWK A88O0IATSD CHAUTIIB, Wftttrtown. (InoonMnted

1897.)

Report for year ending January 17, 1918.

Mrs. John J. Meehan, President; Hiram McGlauflin, Secretary;
Mrs. Alice M. Silsbee, Treasurer.
To prevent pauperism.
Number aided during year, 30.



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Cash on hand
Snbsoriptiona and donations .



$16 96
141 10



$168 06



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
ProTisions and supplies .

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$16 IS

116 10

$148 38
14 82

$166 05



WATIRTOWK DISTRICT 1IUR8INO A8SO0IATION, 10 Main St., Wa*w-

town. (Inoorporated 1909.)

Report for year ending December 81» 1912.

Mrs. Alice G. Abbott, President; Mrs. Sarah Vinal Keene, Sec-
retary; Miss C. Belle Morse, Treasurer.

Providing for the sick and injured, especially those of limited
means, the services of visiting trained nurses in their homes or
elsewhere, and establishing a hospital for the care of the sick.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 422, viz., 361 paying, 21 partly pay-
ing, 50 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneiiciarles
Subscriptions and donations
Interest on deposits



$1,146 44

1,108 40

586 00

82 68



$2,817 42



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Supplies
Rent .
Car fares

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$1,728 55

21 05
28 48
24 00

50 00

$1,847 98
969 49

$2,817 42



WATIRTOWK HOME TOR OLD FOLKS, WaUrtown. (InoorponM

1908.)
Rei>ort for year ending December 81, 1912.

Alberto F. Haynes, President; Edwin Stockin, Secretary; Hany
W. Brigham, Treasurer.

Home not yet opened on account of insufficient income.



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Cash on hand

SnlMcriptiont and donationi
Income from investments
Memberships



$818 85

5 00

2,821 80

47 00



$8,187 65



Or,



Miseellaneous



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$544 16

$544 16

1,655 47

988 02

$8,187 65



Value of real estate owned, $5,500; value of investments, $31,020.



Wellesley.

THS CONVALUCXIIT HOm OT THE OHILDBBN'8 HOSPITAL, VcurMt
St., WoUMtoy Hills. (Incorporated 1884.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. Qeorge H. Monks, President; Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell,
Secretary; Mrs. Horatio Q. Curtis, Treasurer; Sister Caroline,
Matron.

To aid in carrying on the Children's Hospital in Boston, and
to care for, relieve, and nurse patients from that hospital.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 24.

Number aided during year, 648, viz., 35 paying, 82 partly pay-
ing, 531 free.



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Gash on hand .


$2,904 66


Salaries and wages .


$8,928 78


From beneficiaries


4,226 89


Printing, postage, and offloa


Subscriptions and donations


10.822 09


supplies .


285 47


Income from investments .


11,484 62


Provisions and supplies


8,872 50


Sale of postal cards .


10 00




126 67


PsTment of notes


10,000 00


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


4,251 19






repairs .


910 80






Stable and carriage hire


911 86






Water rates


552 24






Teacher


422 42






Supplies to Ohildren's Hos








pital


8,452 87






Mitcellaneous

Total current expenses


588 25




$29,247 50






Amount invested


8,787 50






Cash on hand


1,461 96




$89,446 96


$89,446 96



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$117,423.74; value of investments, $245,850.46.

WBLI.ISI.it FBUNDLT aid association, WoUatloy. (Incorporated

1909.)
Report for year ending January 1, 1918.

Mrs. Wm. C. Norcross, President; Miss Grace Sturtevant, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Edward A. Perkins, Treasurer.



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



To promote the welfare of Welleeley in every practical way^ and
to co-operate with charitable societies, chnrehes, individuals, and
the town in the care of the poor, suffering, or unfortunate.

Number of paid officers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 149, viz., 62 paying, 87 partly pay-
ing; number of families aided, 25.



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OMh on hftnd
SubteripUona and
P»ying eaUi by nune
Intarest on depodt



$676 80

1,065 00

809 60

10 96



$2,060 76



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Salariw and waget
Printing pottagt, and* oiliee
•uppUw ....
ProTiiions and tuppllM
MiioeUantont

Total evrrent azpenua
Oath on hand



$986 00
88 95

70 sa

82 60

$1,126 77
988 99

$2,060 78



Westpield.



Westflald. (IkieorponM



MOBLI HOSPITAL, TBUITEX8 OF, SUtw 8t

1898.)
B«port for year ending December 81, 1912.

Henry W. Ely, President; Mrs. Elizabeth E. Parker, Secretary;
Oeorge E. Bobinson, Treasurer; Miss Bacbael A. MacMaddn, Su-
perintendent

Care of the sick and injured.

Number of paid o£Scers or employees, 25.

Number aided during year in institution, 636, viz., 628 paying,
8 free; outside institution, 91, all paying.



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Oath on hand . $2,864 86

From benefleiariei 16,887 84

Subeeriptiont and donations 8,281 78

Interert .... 840 88



$27,814 86



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

tuppUei .
Provitiona and euppliei
Heat, light, and power
Fnmithings and incidental

repaira .
Part payment of mortgage
Interest
Annuity
Drugs, medical snppUet,

etc. . . .

Miseellaneout

Total current ezpentes
Cash on hand



$7,090 66

214 80
9.080 16
8,088 77

1,677 92

1,000 00

600 00

500 00

2,402 80
1.471 89

$26,875 48
989 88

$27,814 86



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$82,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $9,000.



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TBI SARAH OHUnrr HOm for AOBD PBOPLB, 41 BtomI St., Weft-
field. (InoonNNrated IMO.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Henry W. Ely, President; Mrs. J. A. Kenyon, Secretary; H. B.
Moulton, Treasurer; Winifred N. Taison, Matron.

Boarding home for worthy aged persons; charges $4 to $7 per
week.

Number of paid ofiBcers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 16.



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Cash on hand


,


$167 50


Salaries and wages


$1,573 19


From beneficiaries


.


8,748 61


Printing, postage, and ofllce




Snbecriptions and donations


100 00


supplies ....


219 47


Annuities and bequests


to




ProTiiions and supplies


1.768 88


income


.


50 00


Heat, light, and power


608 08


Income from inyestments


,


221 40


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous





14 04


repairs ....
Total current expenses


752 49


Total current receipts


$4,801 55


$4,911 56


Loans to income .




950 00


Income iuTested .
Cash on hand


111 40
228 59




$5,251 55


$5,251 55



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$31,037.63; value of investments, $4,367.33.



TBI BHURTUOrF MISSION TO THX CHILDRIN OF THX DISTITUTI,

Franklin St., Weitfleld. (Incoipcmted 1896.)
Beport for year ending January 10, 1918.

Harold P. Mosely, President; James H. Clark, Secretary; Loring
P. Lane, Treasurer; M. E. Ingraham, Superintendent.

Care of children of the poor and destitute. (Boys and girls.)

Number of paid officers or employees, 3.

Xumber aided during year, 26, viz., 14 paying, 9 partly paying,
3 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from iuTestments



$8,890 88

549 00

850 66

1,114 41



$5,404 90



Cr.

Salaries and wages
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Repairs on real estate

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$951 29

1,665 77

190 00

59 49

$2,866 55

2.588 85

$5,404 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,000; value of investments, $30,000.



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



YOURO MBN' 8 OHSItTXAM ▲liOOIATIOM OF WM T flBL D, M Bm
St., WMtfl«ld. (InoorporaUd 1891.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1018.

Harry L. Bradley, President; Charles T. Allen, Secretary; John
C. Willian, Treasurer.

Improving the spiritual, mental, social, and physical condition
of young men.

Number of paid officers or employees, 4.



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Cash on hand $17 87

Subscriptions and donations 2,049 00

Memberships ... 410 76

Rents 1,809 80

Notes payable . 1,85b 00

Miscellaneous . . 805 09



$5,942 01



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Interest
Insurance
Taxes .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$2,274 T7

259 25
1,032 94

747 26
478 00
117 50
202 46
804 20



$5,916 38
25 63

$5,942 01



Value of real estate owned and occupied for coq)orate purposes,
$30,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $6,700.

Weymouth.

WITMOUTH HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, Weymouth. (Incorponted

1908.)

Report for rear ending March 1, 1918.

J. Herbert Libby, M.D., President; Edwin N". Mayberry, M.D.,
Secretary; George M. Hoyt, Treasurer,
Not yet open.
Value of investments, $1,661.90.

WiNCHENDON.

THE wmCHENDOM HOMI FOR AQID PIOPLX, Winchendon. (In-
corporated 1901.)

Report for year ending May 1, 1918.

Kansom D. Grain, President; Mrs. Flora A. Miller, Secretary;
Alfred 6. Parker, Treasurer,

To establish and maintain a home for aged persons who are not
paupers, but yet have no relatives able to care for them.



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Cash on hand

Income from investments



$2^578 96
117 09^

$2,691 05



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Income inTested



. $2,691 05



$2,691 05



Winchester.

HOMI FOR AQID FIOPU IH WI1ICH18TI&, 1 KendaU St., Winehatter.

(Inoorpomted 18M.)

Report for year endinff April 80, 1918.

Preston Pond, President; Charles P. Dutch, Secretary; Harry
C. Sanborn, Treasurer; Mrs. Frances E. Whitford, Matron.

Home for men and women, sixty years of age, residents of Win-
chester for five years. Admission, $200.

Number of paid oflRcers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 6.



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Cash on hand


$486 78


Salaries and wages .


$678 57






Printing, postage, and office


sion fees)


400 00


supplies.


50 85


Subscriptions and donations


848 00


ProTisions and supplies


652 82


Annuities and bequests to




Heat and Janitor


275 00


income ....


7,500 00


Furnishings and Inddenta




Income from inTestments


661 66


repairs .


64 70


Dues (corporation)


497 00


Insurance .


12 07


Dinners contributed *


829 00


Funeral expenses


241 64


Pension cheek .


144 00


Nurse


27 00






Gas and telephone


42 07






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


172 88




$2,212 10






Income inTested (legacy)


7,500 00






Cash on hand .


604 84




$10,816 44


$10,816 44



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,600; value of investments, $21,704.82.



WIMCHI8TI& YISITIHa NURU ASSOCIATION, WIMCHISTIR HOS-
PITAL, Sl» WMhinffton St., Winchester. (Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending March 81, 1918.

Mrs. Ellen E. Metcalf, President; Mrs. Annie B. Oilman, Sec-
retary; Miss M. Alice Mason, Treasurer; Miss Grace W. Gushing,
Superintendent.

Giving to the sick and especially to those of limited means the
best home nursing under existing circumstances, and establishing
and maintaining a hospital.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 14.



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Number aided during the year in institution, 333, viz., 301 pay-
ing, 3 partly paying, 29 free; outside institution, 460, viz., 122
paying, 201 partly paying, 137 free.



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Cash on hand


$18,255


77


Salariat and wagea .


$5,995 55


From beneficiariM


7.008


89


Printinf . poatage, and office




Subteriptiona and donations


5.847


80


•nppliea.


802 45


Intorasl on depoaita .


884


87


ProTiakma and anppUoa


8.467 89




1.158


00


Bent


1,456 00




12


20


Heat, light, water, and tele-
phone ....

FnmiBhinga and incidental
repairs ....

Transferred to hospital fnnd

Surgical and medical sup-
pUes ....

Hospital care for patienta .

Insurance ....
MisceDaneona

Total current expenses


978 81

M79 08
1,500 00

1.170 50
280 89

87 85
80 00
75 86




$16,824 88








Cash on h^nd .


10,292 20
$27,116 58




$27,116


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WOBURN.

HOMI FOR AOID WOMBK IH WOBURM, 74 Blm it., Woburn. (In-
corporated 1S8T.)

Report for year ending Deeemher 81. 1912.

Mrs. Mary P. M. Partridge, President; Mrs. Augusta F. Goold,
Secretary; Mrs. Nena D. Gage, Treasurer; Mrs. Eleanora S. Cow-
drey, Matron,

Home for worthy Protestant women over sixty-five years of age,
residents of Wobum for ten years. Admission, $200 and furni-
ture for room.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.

Xumber aided during year, 10.



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Cash on hand


$1,795 87


Salaries and wagea


$1,117 90


Subscriptions and donations


221 85


Printing, postage, and office




Income from inTCstmenta


2,410 10


snppliea ....


3 65






ProTisions and anppliea


987 74






Heat, light, and power


518 67






Fnmishinga and incidental








repairs ....
Total current expenses


182 85




$2,710 81






Cash on hand


1,717 01




$4,427 82


$4.427 82



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$9,000; value of investments, $65,167.77.



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WUmmO HOm, L«iliictoii St., Wobum. (Incorporated 1901.)
Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

John W. Johnson, President; John L. Ayer, Secretary; Daniel
W. Pratt, Treasurer.

Eventually for a permanent or temporary home for orphans or
other destitute children; at present used as a vacation home in
conjunction with South End House and Boston Dispensary.

Number of paid officers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 223, viz., 49 paying, 150 partly pay-
ing, 24 free.



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Cash on hand


$888 67


Salaries and wages


$2,062 45


From beneflciariea


700 15


Printing, postage, and office




Snbaeriptions and donations


482 00


supplies . ' .


158 96


Income from inTestments


1,868 88


ProTisions and supplies


949 48


South End House


496 29


Heat, light, and power .


50 22


Boston Dispensary


482 04


Furnishings and incidental




Farm products


2,624 61


repairs ....


859 88


Sale of eows


240 00


Insurance ....


87 00






Car fares ....


48 56






Laundry . . .
Farm expenditures


65 11
1,894 48


Total current receipts


$6,761 44


Withdrawn from sayings




Purchase of cows


412 50


bank ....


700 00


Miscellaneous
Total current expenses


191 01




$6,174 05






Interest added to sarings








bank ....


485 57






Cash on hand


801 82




$7,461 44


$7,461 44



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$12,000; value of investments, $29,784.94.



WOBURN CHAKITABLI ASSOCIATION, WarrMi Af„ Wobum. (In-

oorpor»ted 1908.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Elmer E. Silver, President; Samuel W. Mendum, Secretary;
Carl W. Jaquith, Treasurer; Miss Grace B. Hinckley, RN., Super-
intendent.

Maintaining Charles Choate Memorial Hospital and other
charities.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 19.

Number aided during year, 237.



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Cash on hand
From benefloiariM
Snbacriptions and donation!
Annuities and beqneits to
income ....
Income from inTestments .
MiiceUaneont



$5,211


78


8,254


51


1,882


79


115


84


248


68


9


65


$15,667


75



Cf.

SaUries and wagea . $4,266 20
Printinf, poatase, and olSce

•vppliea .... 894 90

ProTiaiona and anpplies 8.268 52

Heat, light, and power 911 28
Fnmishinga and incidental

repairs .... 872 27

MiBoellaneona ... 184 82

Total current expenaaa . $9,848 08

Income iuTeated . 6,070 42

Cash on hand . 249 80

$15,667 75



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$45,387.02; value of investments^ $8,716.84.



WOBURN HOMI FOR AQBD COUniS, Wobum. (InooriKmt«d 190T.)
Xot yet in operation.



TOUMO BON'S OfllUBTXAN A8800IATIOM OF WOBURN, Wobum.
(IncorporaUd 1S89.)

C. Bertrand Strout, President; George W. Smith, Clerk; Thomas
Heartz, Treasurer.

Association not yet engaged in active work.
Value of investments, $10,837.64.



WORCESTEH.

A880CIATBD CHARITIB8 OF WOR0X8TXR, SS PmtI St., WorcMtar.
(Incorporated 1908.)

Report for srear ending SeptembjBr 2S. 19I8..

Charles L. Nichols, M.D., President; George H. Haynes, Secre-
tary; Charles H. Derby, Treasurer; Miriam F. Witherspoon, Gen-
eral Secretary.

To promote cordial co-operation on the part of the various chari-
table agencies of Worcester in the relief of the needy; to expose
fraud and imposture; to prevent begging and the spread of
pauperism.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number of families dealt with during year, 486.



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Cash on hand
Memberships

Subscriptions and donations
Income from inyestments
Fees for investigation .
HisceUaneons

Total current receipts
Loans to income .



$128


17


888


00


s 2,227


27


, 2,020


86


10


00


2


86


. 14,726


16


225


00



$4,951 15



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Rent .

Heat, light, and power
Typewriter .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$8,259 96



619


98


895


04


1


56


50


00


70


00


. $4,887


94


68


21



$4,951 15



V^alue of investments, $38,212.50.



ASSOCIATION OF SISTIBS OF OUR LADY OF BOBCT, 46 High St.,
Wore6it«r. (Inoorporated lSt8.)

Report for year sndinjg February 28, 1918.

Bt. Bev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Margaret A. Dow-
ling, Secretary; Frances E. Qerould, Treasurer and Mother Su-
perior.

To care for the aged and infirm, and homeless and neglected
children ; to assist women out of employment.

Number of paid ofiicers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year in institution, 247, viz., 99 paying,
132 partly paying, 16 free; outside institution, 28, all free; number
of families aided, 10.



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Cash on hand


$619


14


Salaries and wages .


$1,095 17


From beneficiaries


9,784


24


Printing, posUge, and office




Subscriptions and donationc


1 5,993


14


supplies . . . .


55 68


Annuities and bequests tc


t




ProTisions and supplies


7,448 12


income .


8,140


58


Heat, light, and power


1,818 71


Work of Sisters


2,489


90


Furnishings and incidental




Interest on bank deposit



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