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106


84


repairs .


3,554 26


Sale of articles .


549


07


Freight, express, and cart-




Miscellaneous


30


25


age .. .

Deposited in building fund

Traveling expenses .

Water

Taxes, medicine, and insur-
ance . . . .

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


10 44

7,230 00
42 80
99 18

199 82
121 50




$21,175 68








Cash on hand .


1.486 98




$22,662


66


$22,662 66



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$101,800.



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DOOR OF HOPB 800XITT, IS 8al«m tt.,^ WoroMt«r. (Inoorpont^d

1908.)

Report for eleTon months ending Deeember 81, 1912.

Mrs. E. L. Barnard, President; Mrs. W. P. Cole, Secretary; Mrs.
H. L. McClusky, Treasurer; Miss Mary Gaines, Superintendent.

Provides temporary home for young women who have been led
astray or who are subject to special temptation; receives such from
hospitals, with their infants, and helps them to find employment.
No admission fee.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 68, viz., 2 partly paying, 56 free.



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Cash on hand


$258 54


Salaries and wages


$245 00


Prom benefieiariet


14 00


Printing, posUge, and office


SvbsoripUona and donAtions


894 75


snppUes .


10 75


Annuities and bequeett to




ProTisions and supplies


820 00


income ....


400 00


Bent ....


420 00


Food tale ... .


192 00


Coal ... .


76 68


Concert ....


65 00


Insurance


7 50






Emergency fund .


^6 00






Miscellaneous
Total current expenses


55 11




$1,200 99






Income inyested .


400 00






CsBh on hand


218 80




$1,819 29


$1,819 29



THX HOMI FOR AOBD BON « WOBCI8TI&, 1199 Main St., WoroMttr.

(InGorpor»t«d 1974.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Francis H. Dewey, President; Soger F. Upham, Secretary;
Edward T. Esty, Treasurer ;'TAdi,Ty A. Cunningham, Matron.

A home for men at least sixty years of age, residents of Worcester
for ten years or more. Admission, $200.

Number of paid officers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 10.



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Cash on hand
Admission fee
Bequests and donations
Income from inrestments
Miscellaneous


$97 70

200 00

1,905 60

6.580 82

12 67


Board of inmates

Heat, light, and telephone .

Furnishings, supplies, and

incidental repairs
Nursing and funerals .
Allowances to inmates
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand


$1,676 00
749 55
/

•^ 454 75

204 65

62 88

488 78




$8,581 11

5,128 06

87 02




$8,746 19


$8,746 19



1 Address after May 1, 1918, 5 Dudley Pi.



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$15,000; value of investments, $140,051.68.



HOMI FOR AQID WOMBN « THB CITT OF WOEdSTIB, TBUBTUt
OF, 1181 Main St., WoroMt«r. (InoorporaUd 1M».)

Report for year ending January 27, 1918.

George C. Whitney, President; William Woodward, Secretary
and Treasurer; Mrs. Nettie C. Livermore, Matron.

Home for unmarried women at least sixty-five years of age.
Preference given to residents of Worcester of American birth. Ad-
mission, $250.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 11.

Number aided during year, 30, viz., 10 partly paying, 20 free.



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Cash on hand .


$8,081 89


Salaries and wages . ^


$4,546 78


From beneficiaries


2,820 64


Printing, postage and office




Subscriptions and donations


68 46


suppUes.


17 00


Annuities and bequests


6,687 62


Prorisions and supplies


8,205 82


Income from inrestments .


8,589 04


Heat, light, and power


1,789 21


Sale of securities


6,864 00


Furnishings and incidental






77 48


repairs ....


866 40






City water


127 81






Insurance ....


40 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


654 60




$10,697 12






Income iuTcsted .


16.482 83






Cash on hand .


8,948 92




$81,128 87


$81,128 37



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$48,000; value of investments, $180,502.61.



HOMI ASSOCIATION FOR AQBD COLORED PIOPLX, 10 Liberty St.,
Woroaster. (Incorporated IMO.)
Report for year ending June 1, 1918.

Mrs. Minnie Lee, President; Miss Mattie E. Storms, Secretary;
Mrs. Mary Bowman, Treasurer; Miss Sarah Mason, Matron.
Home for aged colored persons.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 7.



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Gatb on hand


$872 28


Salaries and wages


$108 00


From beneflciariM .


849 75


Printing, postage, and oAee




SulMeriptionB and donations


107 45


supplies ....


50


Income from investments


82 00


Provisions and supplies


174 S4






Heat, light, and power .


82 84






Furnishings and incidental re-








pairs ....


27 04








180 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


84 05




$552 27






Cash on hand


809 21



$661 48



$881 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$2,000; amount of mortgage on same, $870.56.



UTTU ntANCItCAN SItTXBB OF MART, S7 Thome St., Woreaftar.
(InoorporaUd 1S90.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Sister Marie des Sept Douleurs, President, Treasurer, and Su-
perioress; Sister Marie Alphonse de Lignori, Secretary.

Care of poor and destitute persons at least sixty years of age^
without distinction of nationality, creed, or physical condition.
Payment : in wards, $10 a month^ for life, $500 ; in private room,
$15 a month, for life, $1,000.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 36.

Number aided during year, 319, viz., 127 paying, 30 partly pay-
ing, 62 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Bequests
Tag day
Rummage tale .
Sisters' work
St. Francis Aid Association
Life maintenance
Interest
Miscellaneous



$2,415 75

18.782 14

2,008 62

1,750 00

1.618 87

84 50

1.107 87

1,022 00

4,060 00

48 04

465 27



$29,298 06



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Salaries and wages .

Printing, postage, and office
supplies .

Provisions and supplies

Account o n principal a n
Interest on mortgage

Heat, light, and power

Furnishings and incidental
repairs .

Telephone, medicine, doc-
tors, and lawyers .

Water, taxes, insurance on
buildings

Money remitted .

Sidewalks, ice, and horse
maintenance .

House furnishings

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand .



$2,984 97

197 58
8,780 63

2,680 65
1,621 97

1,185 11

420 18

724 91
1,354 64

886 71

1,872 57

875 14

$22,935, 06
6,358 00

$29,293 06



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$80,227.64; amount of mortgage on same, $23,000; value of in-
vestments, $1,200.



TBI MBMORIAL HOm FOR THX BUND, SI Sim St., WoroMt«r. (In-

oorporaUd 19M.)
Report for yeiur ending April 22, 1918.

Dr. John C. Berry, President; Mrs. E. H. Fowler, Secretary;
William Woodward, Treasurer; Miss A. M. Anderson, Matron.
To provide a home for the aged indigent blind.
Number of paid ofiBcers or employees, 5.
Number aided during year, 14, viz., 12 partly paying, 2 free.



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Cash on hand


$716 86


Salaries and wages


$1,806 75


From beneficiaries


2.164 00


Printing, postage, and oiloc


I


Subscriptions and donations


900 29


supplies .


86 87


Annuities and bequests t o




ProTisions and supplies


1,465 85


income ....


700 00


Heat, light, and power


468 68


Incomo from investments


881 76


Furnishings and incidental




Receipts from sales


• 126 12


repairs


469 18


Receipts from lecture .


172 00


City water .


84 86


Miscellaneous


8 67


Insurance


7 50






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


208 49




. $8,976 58






Income invested .


800 00






Cash on hand


898 12




$5,169 70


$5,169 70



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$9,500; value of investments, $17,319.01.



MBMORIAL HOSPITAL, Belmont St., WorcMter. (Incorporated 1871.)

Report for year ending November 80, 1918.

Leonard Wheeler, President; T. Hovey Gage, Secretary; Alex-
ander DeWitt, Treasurer; Lucia L. Jaquith, Superintendent,

Hospital for women and children.

Number of paid ofiBcers or employees, 126.

Number aided during year in institution, 3,086, viz., 1,480 pay-
ing, 553 partly paying, 1,053 free; outside institution, 2,057.



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Oath on hand .
Snhacriptiont and dona*
tions ....
Income from inroitments
National bank tax rebate
Hoapital eamingt

Total enrrent rteeipta .
Beqnettt restricted to

capital
Donations restricted t o

capital
Sale of securities
Sale of real estate and

equipment



$7,860 52

1,889 00
28,471 17

1,688 58
54.149 49

88.458 76

26,180 41

2,000 00
25.478 98

150 00

$142,268 10



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Salaries and wages .
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Repairs and maintenance
Telephone and telegraph
Insurance
Improrements on land and

buildings
New equipment

Total current expenses
luTosted .
Cash on hand .



$29,568 63



1.740


86


46.870


47


9.542


85


8,859


86


776


72


1.467 50


1.107


77


1.454


00


$96,882


65


42.167


65


8.712


80



$142,268 10



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$386,372.10; value of investments, $418,492.



NORTH WOftOBRim AID 800XITT, 67 HoldMi St., WoroMtar. (In-

oorpo»tod 18M.)

Report for year ending June 12. 1918.

John P. Kingston, President; Mrs. Lizzie H. Bryant, Secretary;
Mrs. Emma M. Davis, Treasurer.

Charitable, religious, educational, and social purposes. Members
have a sewing circle where articles are made and given to the needy
or sold at fairs.



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$198 61



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Cash on hand
Dues

EnterUinmente
Articles sold .


$99 15
18 00
71 16
10 80


He«t light, and repairs.
OhariUble societies
Flowers ....

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


$89 84

97 45

6 25


. $148 54
55 07



$198 61



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$1,600.



ODD FELLOWS' HOMI OF MAUACHUSITTS, Randolph &d., WorcMtor.
(Inoorpor»ted IStt.)

Report for year ending Julj 20. 1918.

John J. Whipple, President; George H. Puller, Secretary;
Alfred C. Pinkerton, Treasurer; Herbert B. and Sarah E. Belcher,
Superintendent and Matron.

To provide a home for aged and indigent Odd Fellows of Massa-
chusetts, their wives, widows, and orphans. Requires five years'
previous membership in Grand Lodge; no admission, but convey-
ance of property to Home.



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Number of paid oflBcenr or employees, about 20.
Number aided during year, 101.



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Cash on hand .


$14,986 16


Salaries and wages




$7,715 52


Interest ....


581 02


Printing, postage, and offlei


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Per capita tax on Masta*




supplies .


102 81


ehotetts membership


28.668 80


Provisions and supplies


6,674 16






Heat, light, and power


4,179 86






Furnishings and incidental








repairs .


757 26






Bepair work on building


1,164 68






Insurance .


202 60






Laundry




1,282 18






Wearing apparel




518 91






Bond




270 00






Medicines .




856 69






Expense of trustees




271 08






Farm, stock




890 80






Miscellaneous




829 64




Total current expenses


$25,165 89






Cash on hand


10,014 79




$89,180 18


$89,180 18



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$150,000; value of investments, $100,345.38.



SAINT AHMl't ntmCH CAMADXAM ORPHAMAOI, 61 Qranite St.,
WoroMt«r. (XncorporaUd 1891.)

Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

Sister A. Lefebore, President and Secretary; Sister Carriere,
Treasurer; Sister St. J. Baptiste, Superior.

Care of orphans of both sexes without regard to nationality or
creed.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 16.



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Cash on hand .


$44 74


Salaries and wages




$1,880 12






Printing, postage, and oflicc


>


of small house products .


678 49


supplies .


126 08


Subscriptions and donations


8,108 40


Provisions and supplies


5.154 88


From hoard of orphans


14,612 10


Heat, Ught, and power


2,274 60


Sale of stone, etc., from




Furnishings and incidenta




farm ....


886 88


repairs .


6.099 48






Pharmacy and water




186 20






Merchandise, etc.




511 82






Animals and food




799 98






Interest .




1,475 19






Assurances




562 50






Miscellaneous




11 45




Total current expenses


$19,081 75






Cash on hand


98 86




$19,175 11


$19,175 11



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$49,900; amount of mortgage on same, $17,000.

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ST. VmCIHT't HOSPITAL OF W0B0I8TI&, BIA88., oorntr of Wlnthn^

and Vernon ttt., WorootUr. (Incorporated IMS.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Et. Bev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Mother Mary of
Providence, Treasurer; Sister Mary Isidore, Secretary and Super-
intendent.

Hospital care of the sick. The aged and infirm of both sexes are
cared for on the premises in a building known as St. Vincent's
Home.

Number of paid oflBcers or emjdoyees, 26.

Number aided during year, 1,989, viz., 1,709 paying, 117 partly
paying, 163 free.



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Cash on hand .


$199 81


Salaries and wages .


$9,406 18


From beneficiariei


68,482 84


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptiona and donations


9,957 96


supplies.


881 17


Annuities and bequesU to




Provisions and supplies


27,892 70


income ....


1,575 58


Heat, light, and power


5.631 50


Income from inreitments .


140 78


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


818 26


repairs ....


6,950 49






Interest ....


2,263 00






Paid on mortgage
Total current expenses .


17,500 00




$70,475 04






Cash on hand .


145 13




$70,620 17


$70,620 17



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$143,400; amount of mortgage on same, $42,600.



TIMPOBABY HOMI AND DAY NU&UBY 80CIITY, 10 Kdw»rd St..
Worcester. (Incorporated 18M.)

Report for year ending October 18, 1918.

Mrs. Charles L. Gates, President; Mrs. Edward Comins, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Ernest P. Bennett, Treasurer; Miss Cora Esten, Su-
perintendent.

Maintains a day nursery and a home where needy women and
children may receive temporary care.

Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year in Home, 148, viz., 11 paying, 23
partly paying, 114 free; in nurseries, 203, viz., 186 pa}dng, 10
partly paying, 7 free.



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Cash on hand $176 84

From beneileiariM . . 8,050 00

Subeeriptions and donations 8,280 96

Income from InTestmenU 1,489 06

Feet, etc 874 64

From tale .... 518 75



$9,884 75



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Salariea and wages
Provlsiona and supplies
Bent ....
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Insurance
Water .
Telephone
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income inrested .
Cash on hand



$8,088 97

1,570 02

88 00

659 42

218 98

175 89

87 24

47 29

186 88



$6,017 09

8,050 00

817 66

$9,884 75



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$48,028; value of investments, $32,180.71.



WORCUTIR BOT8' CLXTB, 100 Portland St., Woroettar. (Inoorporated

lata.)

Report for year ending June 1, 1918.

Beginald Washburn, President; Mrs. Charles M. Thayer, Secre-
tary; Ernest G. Adams, Treasurer; David W. Armstrong, Super-
intendent.

To provide and maintain rooms for the improvement of the
moral, physical, intellectual, and social nature of boys.

Number of paid oiBScers or employees, 16 (14 part time).

Number aided during year, 966.



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Cash on hand


$588 45


Salaries and wages


$2,501 43


Subscriptions and donations


8,988 84


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments .


1,065 64


supplies ....


272 92


Membership fees


177 90


Heat, light, and power


465 24


Bale of securities


1,990 00


Furnishings and incidental




Miscellaneous


78 00


repairs ....


207 09






Industrial classes
Equipment


1,743 94
874 07


Total current receipt!


$7,878 88


Loans to income


19,400 00


Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


761 98




$6,426 67






Invested in real estate for








new building .


20,200 00






Cash on hand .


652 16




$27,278 83


$27,278 83



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$24,391.23; amount of mortgage on same, $10,000; value of in-
vestments, $31,650.



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WOECB8T1S CHIU>BIII'8 FBISirD 80CIBTT, SM Kaln St., WorcMtv.
(Ineofporated i84f .)

Report for year endixig Deeombor 16» 1912.

Mrs. Francis B. Bjiowles, President; Mrs. Edmund M. Barton,
Secretary; Daniel W. Lincoln^ Treasurer; Miss Hden A. Woods,
General Secretary.

To care for needy childrai through a Bureau of Information
and Counsel and a plaeing-out department.

Number of paid officers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 186, viz., 142 paying, 20 partly pay-
. ing, 24 free; number of families aided, 277.

Monthly average number of children under supervision in foster
homes, 108. Number of placing-out visitors, 3.



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Oath on hand
From benefleiariei
Snbteriptioni and donations
Income from inTestmenta
MiaeellaneouB

Total cnrrant receipta
Loans to income



$2,757 7«

4,656 65

8,274 66

7.471 26

86 69

$1S.197 02
287 00



$18,484 02



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Salaries and wages .
Printing; postage, and office

snppUes .
Prorisions and supplies
Bent ....
Heat, light, and power
Vnmishlngs and ineidental

repairs .
Travel
Sundry other administra-

tire expenses .
Medical and dental ex-

penses .
HisceUaneons

Total current expenses
Oash on hand



$2,457 40

404 15

11,545 31

615 00

8 36

87 00
290 22

278 5T

72 63
248 01

$15,952 45
2,581 57

$18,484 02



Value of investments, $169,086.04.



THX WORCI8TIB IHPLOTMSMT 80CIET7, 8« Pearl St., Worowttf.

(Incorporated 1889.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. Frank P. Dresser, President; Mrs. Leonard P. Kinnicutt,
Secretary; Miss Maud E. Chase, Treasurer; Louisa M. Pierce,
Agent.

For the purpose of assisting needy and deserving women by
giving them employment (sewing) and otherwise aiding them.

Xumber of paid officers or employees, 1.

Sewing given to 94 women.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from inyestments
Articles sold and rented
Ohristmas sale
Interest ....
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income .



$778 62

1.648 68

1,911 87

267 08

715 66

17 72

12 67

$5,847 20
800 00



$5,647 20



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Salaries and wages $748 61
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 100 09

Sewing materials . . . 119 91

Rent 420 00

Light 8 88

Paid sewing women for their

work .... 3.646 00

Insurance .... 14 88

Advertising, safe deposit box 51 69

Miscellaneous ... 14 66

Total current expenses . $5,124 17

Oash on hand . . 528 08

$5,647 20



Value of investments, $46,361.79.



WORCISTlSHAHNIlffANN HOSPITAL, S81 Lincoln St., WorcestM. (In-

oorporatdd 1896.)

Report for year ending Hay 81, 1918.

John K. Warren, President; Edward B. Miles, Secretary;
George A. Sloeomb, Treasurer; Suzanne M. Freeman, Superin-
tendent.

Surgical and medical care of the sick.

Number of paid oiBScers or employees, 16.

N"umber aided during year, 298, viz., 291 paying, 7 free.



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Cash on hand


$1,018


88


Salaries and wages


$8,809 49


From beneficiaries


10,515


81


Printing, postage, and office


Subscriptions and donations


15


00


supplies . . .


44 78


Income from Investments .


800


08


ProTisions and supplies


8,329 74


Pledges ....


100


00


Insurance .


128 08


Interest ....


SM


20


Heat, light, and power


1.604 96


Miscellaneous


11


50


Furnishings and incidenta

repairs .
Laundry .
Surgical supplies
Interest on note
Drugs and medicines.
Miscellaneous

Tdtal current expenses


172 18
738 78
488 46
100 00
897 76
840 65




. $11,644 78








Cash on hand .


836 64




$11,981


42


$11,981 42



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$75,000; value of investments, $8,500.



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WORCE8TIB HXEREW QIOLED CHA8ID 80CIITT, 96 Wator St.,
WorcMtor. (Incorporated 1900.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1018.

Harris Shapiro, President; Henry W. Dephoure, Secretary;
Hyman Baker, Treasurer.

To lend money without interest to Hebrews, members and non-
members. Members pay five cents per week and are of the Hebrew
race only.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 47, viz., 12 paying, 15 partly paying,
20 free.



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Cash on hand
Dues
Persona aided .



1224 75

16 00

285 00



$475 85



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Money outstanding in loans ,

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



f 25 00

1 75
160 00

f 186 75
289 10

1475 85



WORCI8TIB HOBSX FOR CON8UBIPTIVI8 CORPORATION, WorcMter.
(Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1018.

John K. Warren, President; Frank B. Hall, Secretary; George
F. Brooks, 320 Park Avenue, Worcester, Treasurer.

To care for consumptives who cannot pay for proper treatment
at home or in hospitals.



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Cash on hand
Interest



f 1,405 87
26 12



f 1,481 99



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Printing, postage, and office



supplies .
Proyisions and supplies
Rent ....
Heat, light, and power
Nurse ....
Board.
Oar fares
Dinners


$2 00

564 02

238 80

42 18

21 00

88 75

18 92

149 56


Total current expenses^
Cash on band


f 1,065 18
866 81



f 1,481 99



WORCESTER SOCIETY>OR DISTRICT NXTRSINQ, 17 Elm St., Worcester.
(Incorporated 1899.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Miss Harriet E. Clarke, President; Mrs. Henry J. Gross, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Homer Gage, Treasurer; Miss Eosabelle Jacobus, Super-
intendent.



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The care and instruction of the sick poor in their homes. When-
ever a patient can pay, a charge of from five cents upward is made.
Number of paid officers or employees, 12.
Number aided during year, 2,883, viz., 845 paying, 2,038 free.
Number of families aided, 1,860.



Pf.



Or.



Cash on hand .


$4 52


Salaries and wages .


17,767 59


From beneficiaries


055 51


Printing, postage, and car




Subscriptions and donations


8.278 91


fare ... .


616 80


Annuities and bequests to




ProTisions and supplies


779 81


income ....


4,698 40


Bent


216 00


Income from Inrestments .


2,502 78


Good Samaritan expenses .


48 50


Metropolitan Life Insurance




General expenses


655 19


Company


8.702 25


Nurses* expenses


200 19


From articles loaned .


145 87


Medical and surgical sup-








plies ....
Total current exi>enses .


807 45




$10,585 5^






Income inrested .


4,698 40






Gash on hand .


8 81




$15,282 74


$15,282 74



Value of investments, $43,473.82.



WORCUTIR SWEDISH CHARITABLB ASSOCIATION, 21 Thomas St.,
Worcettar. (Incorpontdd 1904.)

Report for year ending February 16, 1918.

Gerhard Becker, President; Carl A. Carlson, Secretary; Nels A.
Pearson, Treasurer.

To help needy people of Swedish birth.

Number aided during year, 18, viz., 3 partly paying, 15 free;
families aided, 50.



Dr.

Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Concerts ....
Shield day (tag day) .
Miscellaneous



fl,016 10

1,941 10

192 80

2,089 00

10 88



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