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Public Document No. 10 



ABSTRACT 



Certificates of Corporations 



ORGANIZED UNDER THE 



GENERAL LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS, 



TOGETHER WITH THE 



Annual Returns Required by Chapter 110 of the Revised 

Laws, Chapter 742 of the Acts of 1914, and 

The Business Corporation Law, 



Yeae ending November 30, 1914. 



Prepared by the 

secretary of the commonwealth. 




BOSTON: 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

32 DERNE STREET. 

1915. 



®t}e Commonroealtl) of itla00acliusttt6 



Office of the Secretary, Boston, Jan. 1, 1915. 
To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives. 

In compliance with the requirements of section eleven of chapter 
five of the Revised Laws, as amended by chapter four hundred and 
twenty-four, Acts of 1903, I have the honor to submit to the General 
Court a true Abstkact from the certificates, excepting those of foreign 
corporations, required by law to be deposited with the Secretary of the 
Commonwealth, a statement of the names of all corporations changed 
under the provisions of chapter one hundred and sixty-three, Acts of 
1908, and the names of all corporations dissolved. The aggregate amount 
of capital invested in new enterprises in 1914 is $126,207,170, and by 
increase of capital, $121,891,600 additional. The whole number of cer- 
tificates of incorporation issued is 1,994. 

The number of annual certificates of condition filed by public service 
corporations is 223, of which 20 are duplicates or omissions of a previous 
year, and by trading corporations is 7,727, of which 100 are duplicates 
or omissions of a previous year. 

The amount of fees paid into the treasury of the Commonwealth in 
1914 from the Corporation division of this office was $167,526.35, and 
for filing and recording certificates of limited partnership, $30. 

Respectfully, 

FRANK J. DONAHUE, 

Secretary of the Cojmnonwealth. 



Absteact of Ceetificates of Organization 



As Corporations, under Section 20, Chapter 110 of the Revised Laws, 









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Heath Local Telephone Company, . 


Heath, . 


Sl,500 


S30 


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Aug. 13, 
1914. 


Got. 19, 
1914. 


Ludlow Electric Light Company, . 


Ludlow, 


21,000 


100 


210 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


Mch. 21, 
1914. 


Marconi Telegraph-Cable Company, Inc., 


Chatham, 


25,000 


100 


250 


July 23, 
1914. 


Aug. 3, 
1914. 


3 corporations, 


Total, . 


S47,500 







Abstract of Certificates of Organization as Gas and Electric Corporations, 

under Section 10 of Chapter 71^2, Acts of 191 J^. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


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Harwich Electric Company, The, . 
Provincetown Light and Power Company, 


Harwich, 
Provincetown, 

Total, . 


$5,000 
45,000 


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100 


50 
450 


Sept. 17, 
1914. 

July 31, 
1914. 


Sept. 23, 
1914. 

Aug. 6, 
1914. 


2 corporations 


S50,000 





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Corporation Law, Chapter 437, Acts of 1903. 







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840,000 


i$100 


1200 


I $20,000 


Nov. 26, 


Dec. 1, 








2 100 


2 200 


2 20,000 


1913. 


1913. 


A. & E. Burtsn Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


1100 


1500 


1 50,000 


May 19, 


May 21, 








2 100 


2 500 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


A. C. Chandler & Son, Inc., 


Plymouth, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Oct. 13, 
1914. 


Oct. 16, 
1914. 


A. Dalton Box Co., . 


Haverhill, Mass., 
and Manchester, 
N.H. 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Jan. 7, 
1914. 


Jan. 8, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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A. F. Clapp & Co., Inc., . 

A. J. Evenson Company, . 
A. L. Carr Marine Railway Co., 

A. M. Wheeler Company, . 
A. Ullian Company, . 

A. W. Bennett Company, . 

A. W. Hayford Company, . 

A. W. Stephens Manufacturing 
Co. 

Abbott's Menthol Plaster Com- 
pany. 

Acme Audit Company, 

Acorn Knee Pants Company, 

Adams, Cashing & Foster Inc., . 

Adams Pharmacy of Somerville, 

Inc., The. 
Adzit Company, The, 

Aetna Manufacturing Company, . 

Agoos Leather Co., Inc., 

Ajax Metal Hoop Company, 

Akim Trading Company Ltd. of 

Massachusetts. 
Akron Tire and Rubber Company 

of Boston, The. 
Albert L. Reed, Incorporated, 

Albiani Lunch Co., 

Alco Film Corporation of New 

England. 
Alden Rubber Company, . 

Alden T. Cleveland Mfg. Co., 

Alexander P. Maynard, Inc., 

Alfred Brigham Co., . 

Alfred Karp, Inc., 

Algonquin Co., Inc., The, . 

Allen, Doane & Co., Inc., . 

Allerton Laundry Corporation, 

Allied .\rts Association, 

Allied Stores Company, 

Almond Company, 
Alpha Candy Company, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fall River, ^^ 

and Tiverton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 



Springfield, Mass. 

and Hartford 

Conn. 
Ashburnham, 



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Lynn, 



$20,000 
10,000 

1,000 
10,000 
10,000 

5,000 
75,000 
25,000 
35,000 
25,000 
10,000 
150,000 

2,500 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 

1,000 
21,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 
100,000 
10,000 

5,000 
50,000 

5,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 

5,000 
1,200,000 

320,000 
3,000 



$100 

25 

10 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

10 

100 

1100 

2 100 

100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 
10 
25 

100 

100 
25 

150 

2 10 

1100 

2 100 

100 

100 

100 

1100 

2 100 

100 
25 
100 
100 
1100 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 

10 



200 

400 

100 

100 

100 

50 

750 

250 

350 

2,500 

100 

1300 

2 1,200 

25 



1500 

2500 

100 

5,000 

40 

210 

100 

400 

1400 

2 3,000 

1500 

1500 

100 

50 

500 

115 

235 
100 

600 

100 

50 

1 6,000 

2 6,000 

1 2,500 

2700 

300 



$20,000 

7,500 

1,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,000 

300 

15,000 

35,000 

1,200 

5,000 

1 30,000 

2 120,000 

2,500 

10,000 

2 5,000 

10,000 

15,000 

75 

21,000 

10,000 

10,000 

■150 

1 11,000 

2 18,000 

10,000 

1,100 

10,000 

2 2,500 

10,000 

100 

10,000 

2,500 

1400 



1 175,000 

2 70,000 

1,000 



Oct. 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 2 

1913. 
Mav 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 13 

1914. 
July 10, 

1914. 
Sept. 3 

1914. 
Apr. 24 

1914. 
Feb. 18 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
July 31 

1914. 
Dec. 10 

1913. 
Nov. 10, 

1914. 
May 6 

1914. 
Dec. 11 

1913. 
Aug. 6 

1914. 
May 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 14 

1914. 
May 22 

1914. 
Dec. 13, 

1913 
Sect. 2, 

i914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Julv 21 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914 
June 22, 

1914. 
Oct. 15 

1914. 
Nov. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Oct. 8 

1914. 
May 6, 

1914 

Apr. 25, 
1914 

Aug. 20, 
1914 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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American Banner Company, 


Boston, . 




$10,000 


$10 


1,000 


$4,000 


Jan. 7, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


American Fancier and Stock- 


Boston, . 




30,000 


100 


300 


18,000 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 7, 


keeper Company, The. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Feature Film Co., 


Boston, . 




2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Jan. 9, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


American Fiber Company, . 


Worcester, 




150,000 


150 
2 50 


1 1,500 
2 1,500 


2 40,000 


June 9, 
1914. 


June 20, 
1914. 


American Flax Mills, . 


Gardner, 




50,000 


100 


500 


32,500 


Nov. 28, 
1914. 


Nov. 30, 
1914. 


American Hat Company, . 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


7,500 


May 19, 
1914. 


May 23, 
1914. 


American Investment Company, 


Salem, . 




50,000 


150 


1500 


1 1,500 


May 16, 


May 19, 


The. 








2 50 


2 500 


2 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


American Law Service Company, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


30,000 


Sept. 1, 
1914. 


Sept. 2, 
1914. 


American Linters Company, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


Oct. 10, 
1914. 


Oct. 13, 
1914. 


American Loan Company, . 


Worcester, 




25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


American Model & Instrument 


Worcester, 




50,000 


1100 


1200 


2 400 


Mch. 24, 


Mch. 27, 


Co. 








2 100 


2 300 




1914. 


1914. 


American Motorists' Protective 


Boston, . 




50,000 


110 


I 2.000 


2 20,000 


Aug. 11, 


Aug. 22, 


Association Incorporated. 








2 10 


2 3,000 




1914. 


1914. 


American National Investment 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 13, 


Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Oil Company, 


Cambridge, 




25,000 


150 


1300 


1 15,000 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 13, 










2 50 


2 200 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


American Photographic Publish- 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


Sept. 24, 


Sept. 25, 


ing Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Piano Supply Company, 


Boston, . 




250,000 


100 


2,500 


300 


Feb. 16, 
1914. 


Feb. 18. 
1914. 


American Rotary Pump Co., 


Boston, . 




50,000 


110 


1 1,500 


1 15,000 


Sept. 22, 


Sept. 23, 










2 10 


2 3,500 


2 35,000 


1914. 


1914. 


American Sales Machine Com- 


Worcester, 




1,500,000 


3 100 


3 2,000 


3 200,000 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 17, 


pany, The. 








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2 100 


i 3,000 
2 10,000 


4 300,000 
2 1,000,000 


1914. 


1914. 


American School of Business, In- 


Boston, . 




20,000 


1100 


1100 


1500 


July 31, 


Aug. 1, 


corporated. 








2 100 


2 100 


2 9,000 


1914. 


1914. 


American Silver Black Fox Com- 


Boston, . 




400,000 


100 


4,000 


200,000 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 27, 


pany. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Tray Wagon Company, 


Winchendon, 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Oct. 3, 
1914. 


Oct. 7, 
1914. 


American Union Towel Supply 


Chelsea, 




10,000 


100 


100 


1,200 


Aug. 7, 


Aug. 26, 


Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Utilization Company, . 


Boston, . 




6,000 


25 


240 


6,000 


Feb. 4, 
1914. 


Feb. 6, 
1914. 


American Voting Machine Co. of 


Boston, . 




50,000 


10 


5,000 


10,000 


Nov. 30, 


Nov. 30. 


Massachusetts. The. 














1914. 


1914. 


American Wireless Equipment 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 3, 


Apr. 4, 


Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


American X-Ray Screen Co., 


Quincy, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


July 13, 
1914. 


July 14. 
1914. 


Amherst Cooperative Supply As- 


Amherst, 




1,000 


5 


200 


90 


July 3, 


July 15, 


sociation, The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Amos F. Chase Company (inc.). 


Boston, . 




10,000 


10 


1,000 


6,000 


June 29, 


July 9, 


The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Anastasi Life-Boat Company, 


Bo.ston, . 




25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 


Aug. 4, 
1914. 


Aug. 5 
1914. 


Andrew Kerr Company, The, 


Plymouth, 




500,000 


1100 


1 2,000 


1 200,000 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 27, 










2 100 


2 3,000 


2 300,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Androscoggin Pulp Company, 


Boston, . 




1,000,000 


3 100 

«100 
2 50 


3 4,000 
« 1,000 
2 10,000 


2 500 


Feb. 12, 
1914. 


Feb. 13, 
1914. 


Anglo-American Textile Machin- 


Boston, . 




275,000 


110 


1 7,500 


1 30,000 


Nov. 25, 


Dec. 6, 


ery Company. 








2 10 


2 20,000 


2 200,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Annisquam Island Land Com- 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


35,300 


Dec. 12, 


Dec. 17, 


pany.5 












1913. 


1913. 



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Anthony Manufacturing Co., 


Lynn, . 


850,000 


$100 


500 


S30,000 


Apr. 2, 
1914. 


Apr. 3, 
1914. 


Apex Carbureter Company, 


Boston, . 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


75,000 


Sept. 17, 
1914. 


Oct. 6, 
1914. 


Arlington Beverage Company, 


Arlington, 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


Jan. 28, 
1914. 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


Arlington Cleansing Company, 


Boston," . 


20,000 


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2 10,000 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 27, 








2 100 


2 100 




1914. 


1914. 


Arlington Coal Co., . 


Arlington, 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


Armstrong Confectionery Co., 


Chelsea, 


5,000 


10 


500 


2,110 


Nov. 10, 
1914. 


Nov. 17, 
1914. 


Arrow Film Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 


500,000 


uo 


1 25,000 


1 250,000 


Sept. 10, 


Sept. 10, 




Los Angeles, Cal. 




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2 25,000 


2 250,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Arruda Grocery Co., . 


Fall River, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Aug. 17, 
1914. 


Aug. 19, 
1914. 


Art Products Company,^ . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


110 


1 2,500 


?30 


Apr. 2, 


Apr. 7, 








2 10 


2 2,500 




1914. 


1914. 


Arthur W. Crane Company, 


Boston, . 


2,500 


10 


250 


30 


July 16, 
1914. 


July 20, 
1914. 


Ashfield Farmers' Cooperative 


Ashfield, 


1,000 


5 


200 


1,000 


Sept. 11, 


Nov. 12, 


Exchange. 












1914. 


1914. 


Asphalt Roof Coating Company 


Boston, . 


100,000 


15 


1 10,000 


1 1,650 


Dec. 13, 


Dec. 19, 


Limited. 






25 


2 10,000 


2 25,015 


1913. 


1913. 


Aspiquin Mining Company, The 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


1100 


1300 


1300 


July 31, 


Aug. 5, 




JopHn, Mo. 




2 100 


2 200 


2 20,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Associate Power Company, The 


Springfield, 


2,500 


100 


25 


2,500 


Mch. 17, 
1914. 


Mch. 19, 
1914. 


Associated Manufacturers' Distrib 


- Boston, . 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


5,000 


Apr. 17, 


Apr. 22, 


uting Co. 












1914. 


1914. 


Associated Trust Hotels, Inc. 


Boston, . . - . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


900 


Mch. 27, 


Apr. 4, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Ateitis Publishing Corporation, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


50 


500 


2,100 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


Dee. 29, 
1913. 


Atlantic Chemical Company,'' 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


30 


May 19, 
1914. 


July 23, 
1914. 


Atlantic Chicle Company, . 


Boston, . . 


10,000 


100 


100 


300 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 


Sept. 23, 
1914. 


Atlantic Food Product Company 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


6,030 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


Mch. 28, 
1914. 


Atlantic Oil Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


UOO 


UOO 


2 10,000 


Sept. 16, 


Oct. 13, 








2 100 


2 150 




1914. 


1914. 


Atlantic Waste Company, The, 


Boston, . 


2,500 


100 


25 


1,500 


Oct. 27, 
1914. 


Oct. 27, 
1914. 


Atlas Sign Company, Incorpo- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


5,520 


Aug. 1, 


Aug. 6. 


rated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Atlas Window Shade and Screen 


Boston, . 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


25,000 


Oct. 26, 


Nov. 4, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Atwood-Robbins Lumber Com- 


Plymouth, 


40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


Oct. 15, 


Oct. 16, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Atwood Specialty Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 4, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Auto News Publishing Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


25 


1000 


5,000 


Dec. 8, 
1913. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Auto Owners Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


25 


400 


2,500 


Dec. 8, 
1913. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Auto Parts & Repair Company, . 


Springfield, 


25,000 


100 


250 


15,600 


Oct. 6, 
1914. 


Oct. 15, 
1914. 


Auto Rapid Transit Company, . 


Lowell, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


4,500 


May 22, 
1914. 


May 23, 
1914. 


Automobile Tourists Association 


Boston, . 


15,000 


110 


1 1,000 


1 5,000 


July 30, 


Aug. 12, 


Inc. 






2 10 


2500 


2 3,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Autophonc Company of New 


Boston, . 


600,000 


■1100 


1 2,000 


1 200,000 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 28, 


England. 






2 100 


2 4,000 


2 400,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Avena Shops, Incorporated, The, 


Greenfield, 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Aug. 5, 
1914. 


Aug. 11, 
1914. 


B. A. Snyder Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


UOO 


150 


I 5,000 


Feb. 28, 


Mch. 4, 








2 10 


2500 


2 5,000 


1914. 


1914. 



1 Preferred. 2 Common. 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



■1 Corporation chartered for twenty years. 



1914. 



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Boston, . 


$3,000 


sioo 


30 


$3,000 


Oct. 24, 
1914. 


Oct. 28, 
1914. 


B. I. Seder Company, The, 


Worcester, 


1,000 


50 


20 


500 


June 3, 
1914. 


June 6, 
1914. 


BRE Manufacturing Company. ■. 


Boston, . 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


40 


July 17, 
1914. 


July 18, 
1914. 


B. W. Brown Company, 


Concord, 


50,000 


100 


500 


40,500 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Babbatassett Paper Company, 


Pepperell, 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


150,000 


Apr. 8, 

1914. 
June 10, 


Apr. 9, 

1914. 
June 23, 


Babcock-Davis Corporation, 


Cambridge, . 


75,000 


uo 


1 6,000 


1 60,000 








2 10 


2 1,500 


2 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Back Bay Auto Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


2,500 


. 100 


25 


300 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 28, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Back Bay Sales Company, . 


Boston, . 


6,000 


100 


60 


300 


Sept. 19, 

1914. 
July 13, 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 


Bailie Basket Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, Mass., and 


10,000 


1 100 


150 


2 5,000 


July 13, 


pany, The. 


Peterboro, N. H. 




2 50 


2 100 




1914. 


1914. 


Baldwin Shipping Company In- 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


150 


Apr. 9, 


Apr. 13, 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Baldwin's Hartford Lunch Com- 


Springfield, Mass., 


50,000 


100 


500 


30,000 


Dec. 31, 


Jan. 12, 


pany . 


and Hartford, 
Conn. 










1913. 


1914. 


Baldwin's Incorporated,' 


Springfield, Mass., 


35 ',000 


1100 


1 1,500 


1 100,000 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 27, 




and New York, 
N.Y. 
Worcester, 




2 100 


2 2,000 


2 175,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Bancroft Textile Company, The, 


50,000 


uoo 


1200 


1 10,000 


Mch. 21, 


Mch. 24, 








2 100 


2 300 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Bantam Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, . 


200,000 


uoo 


1500 


1 15,000 


May 13, 


May 14, 


pany. 






2 10 


2 15,000 


2 150,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Barchiesi Automatic Shoe-Polish- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


5 


20,000 


100,000 


Sept. 24, 


Sept. 25, 


ing Machinery Co. 












1914. 


1914. 


Barney Leavitt Company, . 


Worcester, 


5,000 


50 


100 


2,000 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Feb. 26, 
1914. 


Barry Building Wrecking Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


1100 


125 


1 2,500 


Aug. 25, 


Sept. 28, 


Incorporated. 






2 100 


275 


2 7,500 


1914. 


1914. 


Barta Press, The, 


Boston, . 


90,000 


1100 


1400 


1 40,000 


Mch. 25, 


Mch. 27, 








2 100 


2500 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Batchelder's, Inc 


Lynn, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 30, 


* 












1914. 


1914. 


Bates Poultry Farm, Inc., The, 


Boston, . 


50.000 


110 


1 2,000 


230 


Nov. 15, 


Dec. 13, 








2 10 


2 3,000 




1913. 


1913. 


Bay State Brick Company of 


Springfield, 


30,000 


100 


300 


4,000 


Sept. 8, 


Sept. 9, 


Indian Orchard, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Cranberry Co. (Inc.), 


Boston, Mass., and 
Providence, R. I. 


90,000 


10 


9,000 


30 


Feb. 21, 
1914. 


Feb. 24, 
1914. 


Bay State Investment Company,^ 


Boston, . . • . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


5,000 


Oct. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 


Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 


Bay State Leather Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Parcel Checking Co., 


Boston, . 


150,000 


10 


15,000 


150,000 


Dec. 4, 
1913. 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


Bay State Poultry Co., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


125 


1 1,600 


2 150 


June 18, 


June 20, 








2 25 


2400 




1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Shellac Company, 


Fall River, . 


45,000 


1100 


1150 


1 15,000 


Mch. 18, 


Mch. 21, 








2 100 


2300 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Shoe & Repair Com- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


50,000 


Feb. 21, 


Mch. 2, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Silver Black Fox Co., 


Boston, . 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


1,000 


Apr. 17, 


May 15, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Bay State Waste Company, 


Boston, . 


15,000 


• 100 


150 


9,000 


Jan. 8, 
1914. 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Beacon Amusement Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Dec. 4, 


Dec. 8, 


Inc. 












1913. 


1913. 


Beacon Credit Exchange, Incorpo- 


Springfield, 


10,000 


1100 


140 


2 6,000 


Jan. 24, 


Jan. 28, 


rated. 






2 100 


2 60 




1914. 


1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



10 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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$100,000 


sioo 


1,000 


10,000 


50 


200 


3,000 


10 


300 


2,000 


100 


20 


500,000 


100 


5,000 


48,000 


10 


4,800 


25,000 
50,000 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 100 

3 150 
500 


50,000 
50,000 


2 100 

3 100 

5 


2 250 

3 250 
10,000 


20,000 


100 


200 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


10 


100 


60,000 


100 


600 


25,000 


100 


250 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


2 5,000 


2 100 


2 50 


10,000 


50 


200 


20,000 


100 


200 


60,000 


100 


600 


5,000 


100 


50 


150.000 


5 


30,000 


30,000 
20,000 


2 10 

3 10 

100 


2 1,500 

3 1,500 

200 


10.000 


100 


100 


10,000 
50,000 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 50 

3 50 
5,000 


1,000,000 
3,000 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 5,000 

3 5,000 

30 


50,000 
100,000 


2 10 

3 10 

100 


2 1,000 

3 4,000 

1,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


100 


100 


35,000 


2 100 

3 100 


2 80 
3 270 



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Beacon Investment Association, 

Inc.i 
Beacon Motor Supply Company, 

Beacon Plating Company, . 

Beacon Press, Inc., The, 

Beatey's Unadulterated Agricul- 
tural Phosphate Company of 
New England. 

Beaver Brook Foundation Com- 
pany. 

Beaver Contracting and Engineer- 
ing Corporation, The. 

Bedford Coal & Grain Company, 

Bell Rock Leather & Tanning 

Company. 
Bellere Automatic Train Stopping 

Machinery Co. 
Bellevue Hotel Company, The, 

Belmont Courier, Inc., 

Belmont Lunch (Inc.), 

Belvidere Woolen Company, 

Benoit-McShane Co., 

Benson Brothers Corporation, 

Berkeley Drug Co., . 

Berkeley Theatre Co., 

Berkshire Builders, Incorporated,- 

Berkshire Grocery Company, 

Berkshire Investing Company, 

Berkshire Ore & Chemical Com- 
pany. 
Berry Spring Water Company, 

Bert ShifSer Company, 

Bestol Company, The, 

Bigelow Carpet Corporation, 

Billerica Garden Suburb, Inc.,^ 

Blair Manufacturing Company, 

Bleachery Fuel Company, The, 

Blount Engineering Company, 

Bluine Manufacturing Company, 

Boisvcrt & Fournier Company, 

Bonclli-Brownrigg Co., 

Boston k Southern Lumber Com- 
pany Inc. 



Boston, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 

Bedford, 

Maiden, 

Boston . 

Springfield, . . 

Belmont, 

Boston, . 

Lowell, 

Maiden, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Easthampton, 

Boston, Mass., and 

Providence, R. I. 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Billerica, 

Boston, Mass., and 

Newark, Ohio. 
Waltham, 

Boston, 

Concord, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



$100,000 

10,000 

1,500 

2,000 

500 

48,000 

3 2,500 

20,300 

2 5,000 

3 20,600 

50,000 

20,000 

1,000 

1,000 

60,006 

20,000 

20,000 

2 5,000 

10,000 

5,000 

60,000 

5,000 

70,075 

2 2,500 

3 15,000 

20,000 

10,000 

2 5,000 

3 5,000 

40 

3 300 

3,000 

250 
3 40,000 
100,000 

10,000 

10,000 

2 8,000 

3 5,500 



Feb. 6, 

1914, 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 19 

1914. 
Aug. 19 

1914. 
Mch. 23 

1914. 

July 7, 

1914 
July 22, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
July 7 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 21 

1914. 
Mch. 9 

1914. 
Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Aug. 11 

1914. 
Dec. 23 

1913. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 7, 

1914 
June 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 25 

1914. 
Dec. 26, 

1913. 
Aug. 

1914. 
Apr. 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 14 

1914. 
July 27, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914 
Feb. IS, 

1914 
Dec. 30, 

1913. 
Mch. 19 

1914. 
Dec. 26, 

1913. 
Mch. 9 

1914. 
Feb. 14 

1914. 
Mch. 7 

1914. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 

^ Corporation chartered for fifty years from June 30, 1914. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



11 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



"3. 

II 

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Ph 


s 

d 

52; 


S50,000 


SIO 


5,000 


5,000 


10 


500 


11,000 


100 


110 


10,000 


10 


.1,000 


5,000 


100 


50 


150,000 
300,000 
40,000 
90,000 


uoo 

2 100 

noo 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 

100 


1500 

2 1,000 

1 1,000 

2 2,000 

1200 

2 200 

900 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


1,000 


100 


10 


25,000 
25,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


1 1,250 

2 1,250 

250 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


48,000 


100 


480 


20,000 
25,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 100 

250 


651,000 


100 


6,510 


15,000 


100 


150 


250,000 


5 


50,000 


250,000 
50,000 


4 100 

55 

2 100 

100 


4 1,000 

5 5,000 

2 1,250 

500 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


2,500 


5 


500 


5,000 


100 


50 


600,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1 2,000 

2 4,000 

50 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 



i-a-a 






Boston Auto Auction & Sales Co., 

Inc. 
Boston Baled Shavings Exchange, 

Inc. 
Boston Coat Front Company, 

Boston Courier Publishing Com- 
pany, The. 

Boston Dental Parlors, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Boston Drug Company, 

Boston Felt Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Boston Fish Company, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Boston Fishing Company, . 

Boston Fruits Products Company, 

Boston Harbor Transportation 
Company. 

Boston Jewelry Manufacturing 
Company. 

Boston Marine Hardware Com- 
pany. 

Boston Pure Spun Aluminum 
Company. 

Boston Safety Lock Company, . 

Boston Sales Company, Inc., 

Boston Sawdust and Shavings 

Company. 
Boston Shoe Co., 

Boston Storage Company,' . 

Boston Structural Steel Company, 

Boston Sun Publishing Company, 
The. 

Boston Trading and Fruit Com- 
pany, The. 

Boston Transportation Co., 

Bostonia Motor Mfg. Co., . 

Boiilevard Bungalow Company, 

The. 
Boulevard Garage Company, 

Bourque Construction Company, 

The.6 
Bowe Shoe Repair Inc., 

Bowers Can Seal Company, 

Bowker and Archer Marble Co., 

Boylston Art Galleries, Inc., 

Boylston Construction Company, 

Bradford Lumber Company, The, 

Bradshaw-Brooks Company, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Pro-\-idence, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somersille, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 



Boston, Mass., and 
Kingston, Jamaica. 



and 
R.I. 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Lawrence, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Williamsburg, 
Boston, . 



810,100 
1,000 
11,000 
10,000 
1,000 
2 300 
2 300 

1 20,000 

2 20,000 

300 

23,500 

300 

1 5,000 

2 12,500 

3,000 

5,000 

2,580 

48,000 

1 6,000 
23,100 
10,100 

651,000 

15,000 

250,000 

4 100,000 

5 25,000 

2 125,000 

50,000 

3.000 

3,800 

5,000 

2,500 

5,000 

2 400,000 

2,100 

30 

300 

25,000 

10,000 



Oct. 16, 

1914. 
Nov. 20, 

1914 
Oct. 16, 

1914 
Jan. 23, 

1914 
Nov. 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 30 

1914. 
Jan. 8 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
July 3 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 19, 

1913. 
Sept. 19, 

1914. 
June 12, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Aug. 8, 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 11 

1913. 
Apr. 27 

1914. 
Apr. 25, 

1914. 

June 5, 

1914. 
July 6 

1914. 
Dec. 1 

1913. 
Mch. 11 

1914. 
Mch. 12 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
June 15, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 19 

1913. 
May 13 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years from Mch. 1, 1914. 
4 Preferred (No. 1). 



5 Preferred (No. 2). 

6 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



12 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



M-° 






Brenner-Myers Company, . 
Bridge-Baxter Co., 

Brimfield Farmers Cooperative 

Exchange. 
British-American Tailors, Inc., . 

Brittain Dental Show Case Com- 
pany. 
Broadway Garage, Inc., 

Brockton Hardware Company, 

Brockton Sole Leather Mat Com- 
pany. 
Brooks Barley Company, . 

Brown Manufacturing Company, 

Buck Grain Company, 

Buck's Emporium, Inc., 

Buerkel & Company, Incorpo- 

rated. 
Builders' Supply Company, The, 

Bundy, Maislein Lumber Com- 
pany. 
Bunker Hill Market Inc., 

Burdett Stain & Blacking Com- 
pany. 
Burgess Company, 

Burton Company, The, 

Busch's Auto Tours, Inc., 

Butcher the Grocer, Inc., 

Butler-Paige Company,5 

Buttingers White Rock Farm Inc., 

Buxton, Howe & Johnson, Inc., 

Byrne-King Co., The, 

Byron Chandler, Inc., 

C. A. Cossaboom & Co. Inc., 

C. A. Ketchum and Company, 

Inc. 
C. & S. Rubber Sole Company, 

C. B. R. Company, . 

C. D. Cobb & Bros. Inc., 

C. F. Ciampa, Inc., . 

C. F. Dewing Company, 

C. F. Hovey Company, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Brimfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Randolph, 

Salem, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, Mass 
Bay City, " 
Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Marblehead, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Springfield, 

Easton, . 

Boston, . 

Onset, . 

Boston, . 

Amesbury, 

Salem, . 

Brockton, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Needham, 

Boston, . 



Mich. 



and 



30,000 

1,000 

5,000 
10,000 

1,000 

50,000 

100,000 

75,000 

10,000 

5,000 
10,000 
75,000 

5,000 
50,000 

3,000 

5,000 

100,000 

1,000,000 

10,000 

4,000 
50,000 
10,000 

6,000 
10,500 
15,000 
20,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
100,000 

2,000 

5,000 
1,000,000 



1100 

2 100 

3 100 

5 

50 

10 

10 

MO 

3 10 

noo 

3 100 

MO 

3 10 

100 

10 

100 

MOO 

3 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
MOO 

3 100 

MOO 

3 100 

100 
100 
100 
10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
50 
50 
100 



50 

MOO 
MOO 

3 100 

200 

100 

1,000 

100 

* 1,000 

3 4,000 

4 250 
3 750 

4 2.500 

3 5,000 

100 

500 
100 

«600 

3 150 

50 

500 
30 
50 

4 500 
3 500 

4 5,000 
3 5,000 

100 

40 

500 

1,000 

60 

105 

150 

200 

100 

500 

100 

1,000 

40 

100 

10,000 



83,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

3 10,000 

1,000 

150 

10,000 

1,000 

3 25,040 

4 25,000 

3 75,000 

4 25,000 

3 50,000 
10,000 

5,000 

8,400 

4 60,000 
3.15,000 

5,000 

50,000 
3,000 
4,100 

3 1,200 

4 50,700 

3 500,000 

5,000 

4,000 

50,000 

5,000 

6,000 

10.500 



20,000 

10,000 

30,000 

5,500 

300 

200 

2,000 

500 



Jan. 14, 
1914. 

Jan. 27, 
1914 

Jan. 17, 

1914, 
Dec. 

1913. 
Oct. 13 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Oct. 14, 

1914 
July 22 

1914 
Dec. 12 

1913. 
July 6 

1914. 
July 6 

1914. 
Dec. 18 

1913. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914 
July 24, 

1914. 
May I 

1914. 
June 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 7 

1914. 
May 2 

1914. 
May 23 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
Mch. 17, 

1914. 
July 9, 

1914 
July 27, 

1914. 
Nov. 6 

1914. 
Aug. 12 

1914. 
July 8, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 15 

1913. 
July a 

1914. 
May 11 

1914. 
Sept. 21 

1914. 



1 First preferred. ^ Second preferred. 



Common. 



■• Preferred. 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



13 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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875,000 


SlOO 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


20,000 


100 


20,000 


100 


150,000 
25,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


30,000 


100 


25,500 
30,000 


1100 

25 

100 


10,000 


100 


100,000 


100 


5,000 


100 


3,000 


100 


5,000 


10 


45,000 


15 


1,000,000 


10 


1,000 


10 


5,000 


100 


25,000 
40,000 


110 

2 10 

50 


10,000 
14,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


1,250,000 
10,000 


1100 

2 100 

10 


20,000 


100 


75,000 


5 


25,000 


100 


15,000 
25,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


50,000 


10 


100,000 


100 


150,000 


110 

2 10 






C. H. Simonds Company, . 

C. H. Trott Company, 

C. H. Wetmore Inc., . 

C. H. Wha.\\ Company, 

C. J. Prince Company, 

C. L. Chase & Son, Inc., 

C. M. Kimball Co., . 

C. M. Little Company, 

C. P. Rockwell, Incorporated, 

C. R. Corbin, Inc., . 

C. T. Brigham Company, . 

Cadem Plastering Company, Inc. 

Cadillac Automobile Company of 
Boston. 

Caldwell and Company, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Callahan-Earle Contracting Co 

Callahan Floor Drain Co., . 

Cambridge Lithuanian Co-opera- 
tive Association. 
Cambridge Realty Company,' 

Cambridge Theatre Company, 

Came Leather Company, 

Campello Machine Company, 

Campello Nail-less Heel Company 

Campello Woodworking Company 

Canaan Press, The, . 

Canadian Atlantic Coal Company, 

Limited. 
Canadian Drug Co., . 

Cannon Patent Tool Company 

Cape Ann Building Company,* 

Cape Ann Cold Storage Company 

Cape Cod Fishing Company, 

Cape Cod Oyster Farms Co., 

Capitol Company, The, 

Capitol Investment Company 

The.5 
Carbon Products Company, 



Boston, . 
Cohasset, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Leominster, 
Winthrop, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Pittsfield, 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Brockton, 

Brockton, 

Pittsfield, 

Boston, Mass 
Richmond, 1 
Boston, . 



Gloucester, 
Gloucester, 
Yarmouth, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



and 

. S. 



750 

1,000 

10 

500 

200 

200 

1750 

2 750 

250 

300 

1250 

2 100 

300 

100 

1,000 

50 

30 

500 

3,000 

100,000 

100 

50 

1 1,000 

2 1,500 

800 

1500 

2 500 

140 

1 2,500 

2 10,000 

1,000 

200 

15,000 

250 

1750 

2 750 

250 

5,000 

1,000 

1 3,750 
2 11,250 



S75,000 
10,000 
1,000 
50,000 
20.000 
15,000 

2 35,000 
15,000 
30,000 

1 25,000 

2 500 
30,000 

800 

300 

2,500 

3,000 

1,250 

7,500 

100 

1,000 

5,000 

1 10,000 

2 15,000 

21,000 

1 3,000 

2 5,000 
4,300 

2 300 

10,000 

10,200 

750 

5,000 

1 7,500 

2 7,500 

300 

50,000 
300 

2 75,000 



Apr. 2, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Sept. 8, 

1914. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 29, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
June 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
May. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Sept. 14, 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Sept. 21, 

1914. 
Oct. 7, 

1914. 
Dec. 27, 

1913. 
June 4, 

1914. 
May 23, 

1914. 
June 15, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



s Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

* Corporation chartered for fifty years from Sept. 21, 1914. 



5 Corporation chartered for five years. 



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Carl B. Brown Company, Incorpo 


Boston, . 


$75,000 


$100 


750 


$300 


May 29, 


May 29, 


rated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Carl Norback Company, 


Worcester, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


June 22, 
1914. 


June 22, 
1914. 


Carleton-Clark Company, The, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1250 


1 18,000 


Mch. 10, 


Mch. 11, 








MOO 


2 250 


2 5,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Carlisle-Ayer Company, 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Feb. 19, 
1914. 


Caro's Waist House, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


8,000 


100 


80 


8,000 


Jan. 22, 
1914. 


Jan. 23, 
1914. 


Carpenter Spring Tire Company 


Marlborough, 


50,000 


110 


1 2,500 


1 12,820 


Aug. 5, 


Aug. 7. 








2 10 


2 2,500 


2 12,860 


1914. 


1914. 


Carr Leather Company, The, 


Salem, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Mch. 16, 
1914. 


Mch. 17, 
1914. 


Carroll & O'Kelly Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Nov. 28, 
1913. 


Dec. 1, 
1913. 


Carter Co-operative Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


125 


1400 


2 15,000 


Aug. 4, 


Aug. 8, 








2 25 


2 600 




1914. 


1914. 


Castle and Wood, Incorporated 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 23, 
1914. 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


Caswell's Candy Stores Company 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


110 


12.500 


1 5,000 


Mch. 7, 


Mch. 10, 




New York, N. Y. 




2 10 


2 2,500 


2 15,020 


1914. 


1914. 


Cedars Poultry Farm, Inc., 


Dedham, 


10,000 


1100 


150 


2 5,000 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 10, 








2 100 


2 50 




1914. 


1914. 


Central Fish Market, Incorpo- 


Bridgewater, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Feb. 28, 


Mch. 2, 


rated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Central Oil & Gas Stove Co., 


Gardner, 


250,000 


1100 


1 1,000 


1 100,000 


Mch. 25, 


Mch. 26, 








2 100 


2 1,500 


2 150,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Central Square Amusement Com- 


Cambridge, . 


100,000 


1100 


1500 


1 5,000 


May 8, 


May 9, 


pany. 






2 100 


2500 


2 2,100 


1914. 


1914. 


Chairtown Press, The, 


Gardner, 


1,000 


25 


40 


825 


Apr. 25, 
1914. 


May 1, 
1914. 


Chalmers Motor Company o 


Boston^ . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


50,000 


July 22, 


July 27, 


Massachusetts, Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Chamberlin and Wheeler, Incor- 


Brookline, 


6,500 


100 


65 


6,500 


Oct. 24, 


Oct. 27, 


porated. 3 












1914. 


1914. 


Champlain Valley Lime Co., 


Lynn, . 


50,000 


25 


2,000 


15,000 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


Chandler & Barber Company, 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


May 5, 

1914. 
June 18, 


May 9, 

1914. 
June 18, 


Chandler's Corset Store, Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Charles F. Packard Inc., . 


Greenfield, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Charles, Inc 


Springfield, 


25,000 


100 


250 


15,000 


Feb. 21, 
1914. 


Feb. 25, 
1914. 


Charles Motor Company, . 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 17. 


Charles River Paper Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


1914. 
Dec. 19, 


1914. 
Dec. 19, 


Charles S. Yoffa Company, 


Lynn, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


1913. 

Feb. 2, 

1914. 


1913. 

Feb. 3, 

1914. 


Charles T. Smith Co. Inc., . 


New Bedford, 


12,000 


100 


120 


12,000 


Dec. 13, 


Dec. 18, 


Charles Van Vlack Company, 


Springfield, 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


1913. 

Jan. 2, 

1914. 


1913. 

Jan. 17, 

1914. 


Chauncey Manufacturing Com 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 27, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Cheverus Investment Company, 


Boston, . 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


1,420 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Apr. 21, 
1914. 


Chinese-American Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


110 


I 2,500 


1 25,000 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 8, 








2 10 


2 7,500 


2 75,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Church Hydroplane Boat anc 


Cambridge, . 


100,000 


5 


20,000 


50,000 


Feb. 2, 


Feb. 3, 


Motor Company, The. 












1914 


1914. 


Citizens Coal & Coke Co., . 


Melrose, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


7,540 


July 1, 


July 17, 


City Dressed Meat Company, 


Boston, . 


1,000 


100 


10 


1,000 


1914. 

Mch. 21, 

1914. 


1914. 

Moh. 25, 

1914. 



* Preferred. 



2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914. 



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Claremont Machinery Company, . 


Boston, . 


84,000,000 


SlOO 


40,000 


$1,000 


Dec. 24, 


Dec. 26, 
















1913. 


1913. 


Clean Stone Company, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


1100 


U50 


1 15,000 


May 13, 


May 14, 










2 100 


2350 


2 35,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Clearing House Parcel Delivery 


Boston, . 




500,000 


uoo 


1 2,000 


1 75,000 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 22, 


Company. 








2 100 


2 3,000 


2 300,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Clifford, Inc 


Boston, . 




25,000 


25 


1,000 


75 


Oct. 27, 
1914. 


Oct. 29, 
1914. 


Clifton Electro Chemical Com- 


Boston, . 




40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


Feb. 20, 


Mch. 9, 


pany. 
Clinton Cut Sole Company, 


Brockton, 




3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


1914. 

Feb. 4, 

1914. 


1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 


Clinton Hall Hotel Company, . 


Springfield, 




50,000 


UOO 


1250 


1 25,000 


Mch. 23, 










2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Clover Shoe Company, 


Lj-nn, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


1,800 


Nov. 14, 
1914. 


Nov. 19, 
1914. 


C-mee-doo Knife Sharpener Co., . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 


Sept. 23, 
1914. 


Oct. 10, 
1914. 


Cobb's Boston Tea Co., Ltd., 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Aug. 28, 
1914. 


Aug. 28, 
1914. 

May 7, 
1914. 


Coburn-Lawrence Company, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


Cochran Desk Pad Co., 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Jan. '9, 
1914. 


Jan. 14, 
1914. 


Cohasset Hotel Company, . 


Boston, . 




400,000 


100 


4,000 


300 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Coin Sorting and Counting Com- 


Boston, . 




500,000 


100 


5,000 


500,000 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 29, 


pany. 
Colby Company, 


Gloucester, 




100,000 


110 


15,000 


1 50,000 


1914. 
Sept. 15, 


1914. 
Sept. 21, 










2 10 


25,000 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Cole Railway Equipment Com- 


Boston, . 




- 250,000 


10 


25,000 


250,000 


Feb. 6, 


Feb. 9, 


pany. 
Coleman, Son Company, 


Boston, . 




9,000 


100 


90 


9,000 


1914. 

Deo. 18, 

1913. 


1914. 

Dec. 20, 

1913. 


Collingwood Park Company, The,^ 


Boston, . 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Colonial Electric & Manufacturing 


Boston, . 




35,000 


110 


1 1,000 


1 8,000 


Aug. 20, 


Sept. '4, 


Company. 








2 10 


2 2,.50O 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Colonial Feature Film Corpora- 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


10,000 


May 23, 


June IS, 


tion. 














1914. 


1914. 


Colonial Fur Ranching Company, 


Boston, . 




150,000 


25 


6,000 


150,000 


Apr. 14, 
1914. 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Colonial Grocery Company, 


Boston, . 




60,000 


100 


500 


40,000 


Nov. 17, 
1914 


Nov. IS, 
1914 


Colonial Marquetry Veneer Com- 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


1,000 


July il, 


July is. 


pany. 














1914. 


1914. 


Colonial Paper Stock Company, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


June 24, 
1914. 


June 26, 
1914. 


Colonial Realty Company,* 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


48,000 


Nov. 10, 
1914 


Nov. 19, 
1914. 


Columbia Realty Company,^ 


Boston, . 




1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Dec. 27, 
1913. 


Jan. io, 
1914 


Columbia Rubber Co., 


Boston, Mass 
New York, 


, and 
N. Y. 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


Feb. '9, 
1914. 


Columbus Construction Co., Inc., 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


May 18, 
1914. 


June 4, 
1914. 


Combined Heat & Sprinkler Com- 


Boston, . 




850,000 


uoo 


1 1,500 


1 150,000 


Apr. 29, 


May 1, 


pany. 








2 100 


2 7,000 


2 550,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Combusto Sales Corporation, 


Boston, . 




15,000 


uoo 


150 


1 3,400 


Oct. 1, 


Oct. 10, 










2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Commercial Union Company, 


Ware, . 




40,000 


uo 


1 2,000 


1 10,000 


Jan. 12, 


Mch. 19, 










2 10 


2 2,000 


2 20,000 


1914. 


1914, 


Commonwealth Associates Inc.,^ 


Boston, . 




1,000,000 


100 


10,000 


330,000 


Aug. 13, 
1914. 


Aug. 14, 
1914. 


Commonwealth Co-operative 


Boston, . 




5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 15, 


Clearance Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


Commonwealth Engineering Com- 


Lynn, . 




50,000 


15 


15,000 


2 15 


June 9, 


June 12, 


pany. 






25 


25,000 




1914. 


1914. 



1 Preferred. 2 Common. = Corporation chartered for fifty years. * Corporation chartered for thirty years. 



16 



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Boston, . 


$150,000 


2S100 


2 600 


3 $300 


Mch. 13 


Mch. 23, 








MOO 


3900 




1914. 


1914. 


Conant, Houghton and Co., In- 


Littleton, Mass., and 


50,000 


100 


500 


400 


June 5 


, June 5, 


corporated. 


New York, N. Y. 










1914. 


1914. 


Conant, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


20,000 


100 


20Q 


20,000 


Dec. 26 


, Jan. 12, 
















1913. 


1914. 


Concord Packing Company 


Boston, . 




50,000 


2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


Aug. 19 


Aug. 20, 










3 100 


3 2,50 


3500 


1914. 


1914. 


Concrete Steel Products Company, 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Dec. 26 
1913. 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Congamond Ice Company, . 


Westfield, 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Feb. 21 
1914. 


Feb. 26, 
1914. 


Connecticut Cottons Co., . 


Boston, . 




100,000 


100 


1,000 


300 


Deo. 5 
1913. 


Dec. ' 5, 
1913. 


Connecticut Valley Amusement 


Springfield, 




5,000 


10 


500 


1,500 


Jan. 16 


Jan. 23, 


Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


Conner Shoe Company of Balti- 


Brockton, 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Feb. 10 


Feb. 13, 


more. 














1914. 


1914. 


Conner Shoe Company of Indian- 


Brockton, 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Feb. 10 


Feb. 13, 


apolis. 














1914. 


1914. 


Consolidated Realty Trust, Inc.,' 


Boston, . 




50,000 


2 10 


2 3,500 


2 35,000 


Mch. 18 


Mch. 19, 










uo 


3 1,500 


3 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Continental Asbestos Corporation, 


Worcester, 




200,000 


MOO 


4500 


4 50,000 


June 6 


June 9, 










5 100 


5500 


5 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 










3 100 


3 1,000 


3 100,000 






Conway Machine & Garage Com- 


Boston, Mass 


, and 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Feb. 18 


Feb. 20, 


pany. 


Conway, N. 


H. 










1914. 


1914. 


Cook Borden & Company, Inc., 


Fall River, 




200,000 


2 100 


2 600 


2 60,000 


Mch. 24 


Meh. 28, 










3 100 


8 1,400 


3 140,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Cooley & Marvin Co., 


Boston, . 




12,000 


2 100 


2 100 


2 2,000 


Jan. 3 


Jan. 8, 










35 


3400 


3 2,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Coolidge- White Farm Company, . 


Burlington, 




10,000 


25 


400 


5,600 


July 21 
1914. 


July 24, 
1914. 


Cooper Manufacturing Company, 


Worcester, 




10,000 


5 


2,000 


5,500 


Mch. 17 
1914. 


Mch. 19, 
1914. 


Cooperative Grocery Stores Co., 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


4,000 


July 2 
1914. 


July 8, 
1914. 


Co-operative Hospital Associa- 


Boston, . 




50,000 


25 


2,000 


50,000 


Mch. 27 


Apr. 3, 


tion, Inc. 














1914. 


1914. 


Co-operative Motors Corporation, 


Boston, . 




600,000 


100 


5,000 


300 


Nov. 6 


Nov. 19, 


The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Cooperative Realty Company,^ . 


Boston, . 




250,000 


100 


2,500 


500 


Sept. 4 
1914. 


Sept. 5, 
1914. 


Copeland and Dodge Company, 


Springfield, 




50,000 


100 


500 


4,600 


Oct. 17 


Oct. 19, 


The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Copper News Publishing Com- 


Boston, . 




10,000 


10 


LOOO 


30 


May 6 


May 12, 


pany. 














1914. 


1914. 


Corbett-Caton Company, . 


Lynn, . 




5,000 


10 


500 


2,000 


Feb. 9 
1914. 


Feb. 9, 
1914. 


Corrigan & Palmer Company, 


Fall River, 




12,000 


100 


120 


12,000 


May 18 
1914. 


May 20, 
1914. 


Cosmopolitan Cloak Company, . 


Boston, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


June 26 

1914. 
Nov. 16 


July 1, 

1914, 
Nov. 18, 


Costmeter Company, . 


Boston, . 




900,000 


250 


23,000 


390 










3 10 


3 75,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Co.sy Home Construction Co.,' . 


Winthrop, 




30,000 


10 


3,000 


30,000 


Feb. 5 

1914. 
Mch. 10 


Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Apr. 7, 


Cottage Park Hotel Company, . 


Boston, . 




70,000 


2 100 


2 150 


2 15,000 










3 100 


35.50 


3 55,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Cottle Company, The, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


May 22 
1914. 


May 22, 
1914. 


Court Electric Company, . 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


15,000 


Apr. 25, 
1914. 


Apr. 27, 
1914. 


Credit Reporting Company of 


Boston, . 




50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


Dec. 8, 


Dec. 8, 


New England. 














1913. 


1913. 


Crescent Lake Park Company,' 


Haverhill, 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


Apr. 10, 
1914. 


Crescent Oil Company, 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


5,600 


Sept. 17, 


Sept. 19, 














1914. 


1914. 



Corporation chartered for 2 Preferred. '' First preferred. « Corporation chartered for fifty years from Sept. 4, 1914. 
fifty years. 3 Common. ^ Second preferred. ' Corporation chartered for forty-nine years. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






Cressey Park Company, 

Crittenden Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Crockford Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Crown Cafe Company, 

Cimard Sales Company, 

Curran & Joyce Company, Incor- 
porated. 
Cusumano Company, Importers, 

Cutter, Fletcher & Company In- 
corporated. 
Cyril J. Larivee, Inc., 

D. J. Curtis Brick Company, 

D. L. RandCo 

D. S. Woodberry Company, 

D. Serabian & Co., Incorporated, 

Daggett Chocolate Company, 

Daly Box Toe Company, . 

Daly Wagon Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Dana S. Courtney Company, 

Danbury Hat Store Inc., The, 

Danvers Laundry Company, 

David H. Pruyn Co., . 

David Kaplan Beef Company, 

The. 
Defiance Shoe Company, The, . 

Dell Dale Farm, Inc., 

Deming Park Realty Company, 
The.5 

Denby Motor Truck Sales Com- 
pany. 

Dewey Square Alleys, Inc., 

Dine Manufacturing Company, 

The. 
Dirigold Sales Co. of New Engand 

Inc. 
Dock Square Sea Grill Company,^ 

Dr. Holland Company, • . 

Dr. Leach's Caloric Bath Com- 
pany. 
Dodge Sales Company, 

Doe, Sullivan & Company, Inc., 

Dominion Black Fox and Fur 
Company, The. 



Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Fall River, M 
and Bristol, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Chicopee, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Abington, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 
Danvers, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Whitman, 
Littleton, 
Pittsfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 



ass, 
R.I. 



823,000 
25,000 
25,000 
10,000 
50,000 
75,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
20,000 
5,000 
50,000 
2,000 

200,000 
5,000 

150,000 

700,000 

5,000 
20,000 
20,000 
5,000 
10,000 
50,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
5,000 
50,000 
10,000 
15,000 
50,000 
25,000 
100,000 
100,000 



1100 

2 100 

10 



uo 

2 10 

100 
10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
103 
10 

150 
250 

50 
1100 

noo 

3 100 

MOO 

2 100 

50 

25 
100 
100 

10 
100 
100 
100 

25 

100 

150 

2 25 

10 

1100 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 

5 

100 
1100 

2 100 



1125 
2 125 
2,500 



1 1,000 

2 4,000 

750 



100 



500 
200 

1 2,000 

2 2,000 

100 

1500 

2 1,000 

3 2,500 
■1 1,000 
2 3,500 

100 



200 

50 

1,000 

500 

250 

100 

400 

5*0 

1400 

2 1,200 

1,000 

1100 
250 
1250 
2 250 
5,000 

1,000 

1500 
2500 



S20,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
25,000 

6,300 

1 5,000 

2 40.000 

75,000 

30 

10,000 

7,600 

20,000 

1,000 

8,000 

2,000 

1 75,000 

2 75,000 

5,000 

1 50,000 

2 100,000 

3 200,000 
2 350,000 

5,000 
20,000 
20,000 

1,500 
10,000 
50,000 
25,000 

6,500 
75 

1,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 

5,900 

1 10,000 
2 5,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
25,000 

100,000 

1 4,000 
2500 



Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Oct. 22, 

19;4. • 
June 18, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Aug. 27,. 

1914. 
Jan. 10, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 12, 

1914. 
Aug. 6, 

1914. 
June 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 25, 

1914 
Jan. 30, 

1914. 

Nov. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Oct. 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 21, 

1914. 
May 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 10, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Oct. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Dec. 3, 

1913. 
May 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 



Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Oct. 23, 

1914. 
June 19, 

1914. 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
May 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Sept. 22, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 
June 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 

Nov. 10. 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Oct. 31, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914, 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 23. 

1914. 
Deo. 3, 

1913. 
June 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



3 First preferred. 
* Second preferred. 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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i$50 

250 

1100 

2 100 

100 


1200 
2400 
1500 
2500 
50 


100 


1,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


1 4,500 

2 5,000 

120 


100 


500 


100 


500 


100 


150 


5 


20,000 


100 


200 


110 

2 10 

100 


1 1,000 

2 1,000 

200 


100 


250 


10 


200 


100 


100 


110 

2 10 

50 


1 17,2,53 

2 12,747 
360 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 150 

80 


50 


1,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1490 

2500 

100 


50 


100 


10 


5,000 


110 

2 10 


12,500 
2 12,500 


10 


5,000 


100 


10 


100 


50 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1 22,500 

2 25,000 

900 


20 


250 


25 


8,000 


100 


100 



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^3, 



Douban Company, 

Drew Orchards, Inc., . 

Dugdale-Mackisaook Company, 

Dummerston Granite Company 

The. 
Dundee Mfg. Co., 

Durand Company, 

Durell and Company Inc. 

Durell, George & Co., Inc 

Duren & Co., Inc., 

Duval Spring Tire Company, The 

E. A. Gilmore Company, The, 

E. & J. Hosiery Company, . 

E. B. Kingman Company, . 

E. B. Roberts Construction Com- 
pany, The.3 
E. C. Howlett Company, . 

E. C. Woodman Company, 

E. E. Gray Company, 

E. F. Dakin Company, The, 

E. P. Russ Company, 

E. P. Boggs Company, 

E. R. Sherburne Company, 

E. W. Ham Electric Company, 

E. W. Pahner Company, 

Eagle Clothing Co., . 

Eastern American Fihn Producing 

Company. 
Eastern and Western Review & 

Greek-American Commercial 

Association, Inc. 
Eastern Cement Brick Company, 

Eastern Coal Operating Company, 

Limited. 
Eastern Inter-Rim Company, 

Eastern Leather Company, 

Eastern Rubber Co 

Eastern Skirt Manufacturing 

Company. 
Eastern States Agricultural and 

Industrial Exposition, Inc. 
Eastern Wire and Brass Company , 



Saugus, . 
Sutton, . 
Lowell, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Easthampton, 
Leominster, 
Pittsfield, 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Southbridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Somerville, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, , 

Boston, Mass, 
Richmond, I 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, 1 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Chelsea, 
Springfield, 
Chelsea, 



and 
S. 

and 
Y. 



$30,000 

100,000 
5,000 

100,000 
95,000 
12,000 
50,000 
50,000 
15,000 

100,000 
20,000 
20,000 
20,000 
25,000 
2,000 
10,000 

300,000 
18,000 
25,000 
8,000 
50,000 
99,000 
10,000 
5,000 
50,000 

150,000 

50,000 

1,000 

5,000 

4,750,000 

90,000 

5,000 

200,000 

10,000 



1 $4,100 
2 15,150 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

1,400 

100,000 
230 

12,000 
300 

12,500 

15,000 
125 

20,000 

1 5,000 

2 10,000 

20,000 

10,000 

2,000 

6,000 

240 

18,000 

1 2,500 
2500 
8,000 

15,000 

1 5,500 

2 45,500 

10,000 

2,200 

50,000 

1 25,000 
2 125,000 

7,400 

300 

5,000 

2700 

55,300 

2,500 

200,000 

1,200 



Apr. 27, 

1914 
Nov. 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 13 

1913. 
Mch. 18, 

1914 
Sept. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 2 

1914. 
Dec. 4 

1913. 
May 7, 

1914. 
Mch. 21 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
Sept. 2 

1914. 
Sept. 11 

1913. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
July 9 

1914. 
June 19 

1914. 
Feb. 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 24 

1914. 
June 1 

1914. 
June 26 

1914. 
Jan. 8 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Sept. 11 

1914. 
Aug. 3 

1914. 
Oct. 9 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 

July 23 

1914 
July 18 

1914. 
Mav 14 

1914. 
Mch. 10 

1914. 
Oct, 5 

1914. 
Jan. 29 

1914. 
Mav 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 5 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



8 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914.1 



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Edgartown Gift Shop, Inc., 


Edgartown, . 


$10,000 


$100 


100 


$10,000 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


Sept. 9, 
1914. 


Educational Associates, Incorpo- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


110 


1 1,000 


1 2,500 


Nov. 16, 


Nov. 17, 


rated, The. 






no 


2 4,000 


2 7,500 


1914. 


1914. 


Edward M. Alden Co., 


Boston, . 


100,000 


1100 


1250 


1 25,000 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 19, 








2 100 


2 750 


2 75,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Edward R. Ladew Company of 


Boston 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 8, 


Massachusetts. 












1914. 


1914. 


El-Mar Skirt Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Aug. 20, 
1914. 


Aug. 24, 
1914. 


Elberfeld Chemical 'Company of 


Sandwich, 


15,000 


15 


1 1,400 


2 7,500 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 27, 


America, The. 






25 


2 1,600 




1914. 


1914. 


Electric Game Board Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


5 


20,000 


100,000 


July '9, 
1914. 


July 20, 
1914. 


Electric Service Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Aug. 18, 
1914. 


Aug. 18, 
1914. 


Electric Supply Company, . 


Worcester, 


2,500 


100 


25 


400 


Sept. 25, 
1914. 


Sept. 26, 
1914. 


Elite Dress Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


6,000 


July 2, 


July 8, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Elliott and Ward Express Com- 


Lawrence, 


1,000 


25 


40 


1,000 


Sept. 11, 


Sept. 14, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Elliott Safety Appliance and Train 


Springfield, 


500,000 


10 


50,000 


500,000 


Aug. 28, 


Sept. 2, 


Control Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Ellis-Ward Co., .... 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


4,500 


July 1, 
1914. 


July 10, 
1914. 


Elvira Mining Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


May 26, 
1914. 


June 29, 
1914. 


Emerson Shoe Company, . 


Rockland, 


500,000 


3 100 


3 2,250 


3 108,000 


June 23, 


June 27, 








MOO 


4 1,000 


4 91,000 


1914. 


1914. 








5 100 


5 1,250 


6 109,000 












2 100 


2 500 


2 50,000 






Emery Bemis Tobacco Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


125 


1 2,000 


1 50,000 


Dec. 13, 


Dec. 13, 








2 25 


2 2,000 


2 50,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Emmett Theatre Company, 


Boston, . 


4,500 


100 


45 


3,300 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


Empire Amusement Operating 


Salem, . 


12,000 


lop 


120 


12,000 


Oct. 21, 


Oct. 31, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Engineering Company of America, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


300 


Feb. 10, 
1914. 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Eno Welt Shoe Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 9, 
1914. 


June 11, 
1914. 


Enterprise Furnishing Company, 


Lawrence, 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Mch. 12, 


Mch. 19, 


Lawrence, Massachusetts. 












1914. 


1914. 


Enterprise Shoe Shop, Inc., 


Boston, Mass., and 
Pawtucket, R. I. 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Nov. 10, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Equitable Income Associates Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


110 


1 2,000 


1 3,000 


Dec. 24, 


Dec. 29, 








2 10 


2 3,000 


2 10,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Ernest C. Whitney, Inc., 


Salem, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Feb. 14, 
1914. 


Feb. 16, 
1914. 


Essco Sales Service, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Nov. 10, 
1914. 


Nov. 27, 
1914. 


Essex County Lumber Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


6,000 


Oct. 9, 
1914. 


Oct. 10, 
1914. 


Essex Interstate Express Com- 


Peabody, 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


May 22, 


May 23, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Eureka Blank Book Company, . 


Holyoke, 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


150,000 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Nov. 9, 
1914. 


Eureka Cordial Company, . 


Somerville, 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


25,000 


Nov. 4, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Everett Gazette Publishing Com- 


Everett, 


1,500 


10 


150 


1,500 


Dec. 17, 


Dec. 19, 


pany, Incorporated. 












1913. 


1913. 


Everett Printing Company, Inc., 


Everett, 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,500 


Oct. 28, 
1914. 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Everybody's Cash Market, Inc., . 


Winthrop, 


10,000 


50 


200 


10,000 


July 22, 
1914. 


July 28, 
1914. 


Excel Hand Laundry (Inc.), 


Lynn, . 


1,000 


100 


10 


1,000 


Oct. 10, 
1914. 


Nov. 4, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 First preferred. 



* Second preferred. 



5 Third preferred. 



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Excel Shoe Form Company, 

Excello Foods Company, 

Excello Mfg. Company, The, 

Exchange Realty Company,^ 

Exolon Company, The, 

F. B. Stanton Company, 

F. D. Calkin Printing Co., . 

F. E. Atteaux & Co., Inc., . 

F. E. Stowell, Incorporated, 

F. H. Cartwright Co., Inc., . 

F. H. Dumbleton Construction 

Company.-* 
F. H. Gross Company, 

F. H. Houghton Company, 

F. H. Sherman Company, . 

F. J. Kennedy Company, . 

F. L. Crowe Company, 

F. L. Goldsmith, Inc., 

F. L. Hervey & Co. Inc., 

F. M. Bell Company, 

F. 0. Small Company, 

F. P. Brown Company, 

F. W. Freeman Company, . 

Falconer & Feely Co., 

Fall River Amusement Company, 

Falulah Paper Co., 

Farmers Milk Company, 

Farquharson Confectionery Com- 
pany 
Federal Binding Company (Inc.), 

Federal Engineering Company, . 

Federal Express Company, The, 

Federal Packing and Preserving 

Company. 
Federal Realty Comjjany, Inc.,'' 

Federal Tailors, Inc., The, . 

Federal Towel & Apron Supply 
Company. 



Lynn, . 
Medford, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Attleborough, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Williamstown 
Boston, . 
Chelsea, 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
North Adams 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Haverhill, Mass., and 

Raymond; N. H. 
Boston, . 



Fitchburg, 
Boston, . 
Brookline, 
Boston, . 
Newton, 



Newburyport, Mass, 
and Portsmouth 
N.H. 

Boston, . 



Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 



$50,000 


$100 


500 


25 000 

25,000 

1,000 


uo 

2 10 

uo 

2 10 

10 


1 1,250 
2 1,250 
1 1,500 
2 1,000 
100 


300,000 


100 


3,000 


25,000 
25,000 


125 
2 25 
100 


1200 

2 800 

250 


250,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 2,250 

50 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


40,000 


10 


4,000 


10,100 


100 


101 


15,000 


100 


150 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


10 


500 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


8,000 
25,000 


110 

■ 2 10 

100 


1400 

2 400 

250 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


30,000 


100 


300 


15,000 


100 


150 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


1,000 


5 


200 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


1,000 


10 


100 


20,000 


100 


200 


50,000 


10 


5 000 


15,000 


100 


150 


2,000 


50 


40 



$50,000 


Mch. 10 




1914. 


1 7,500 


Jan. 15 


2 12,500 


1914. 


1 5,000 


May 5 


2 10,000 


1914. 


30 


Oct. 1 




1914. 


200,000 


Feb. 10 




1914. 


I 2,500 


Jufie 26 


2 12,625 


1914. 


25,000 


Apr. 28 




1914. 


1 25,000 


Feb. 20 


2 225,000 


1914. 


500 


July 20 




1914. 


40 


Jan. 7 




1914. 


50,000 


Sept. 17 




1914. 


40,000 


Nov. 18 




1914. 


10,100 


July 20 




1914. 


15,000 


Nov. 17, 




1913. 


25,000 


Feb. 6, 




1914. 


2,000 


Jan. 28 




1914. 


25,000 


Nov. 21, 




1913. 


25,000 


June 8, 




1914. 


1 4,000 


Nov. 25, 


2 4,000 


1913. 


500 


Sept. 29, 




1914. 


2,960 


Nov. 14, 




1914. 


5,000 


Feb. 19, 




1914. 


30,000 


Apr. 29, 




1914. 


15,000 


Dec. 10, 




1913. 


200,000 


June 22, 




1914. 


15 


Nov. 23, 




1914. 


10,000 


Nov. 13, 




1914. 


10,200 


Feb. 3, 




1914. 


100.000 


Aug. 27, 




1914. 


1,000 


May 22, 




1914. 


10,000 


May 18, 




1914. 


50,000 


Nov. 12, 




1913. 


3,000 


Jan. 8, 




1914. 


150 


Sept. 24, 




1914. 



1 Preferred. 2 Common. 3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. * Corporation chartered for forty-nine years. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



21 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



'3. 

O 

-o 

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1" 




"o 
6 


sio.ooo 


SlOO 


100 


17,000 


100 


170 


10,000 


25 


400 


5,000 


100 


50 


1,400 


100 


14 


55,000 
20,000 


UO 

2 10 

100 


1 5,000 

2 500 

200 


2,500 


100 


25 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


100 


50 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


3,500 


100 


35 


25,000 


100 


250 


30,000 


100 


300 


575,000 
60,000 


1100 
2 25 
100 


1 4,600 

2 4,600 

600 


151,100 


100 


1,511 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


5,000 


' 5 


1,000 


37.500 


100 


375 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


5,000 


100 


50 


300,000 
15,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1 1,000 

2 2,000 

150 


50,000 
5,000 


110 

2 10 

50 


1 4,900 

2 100 

100 


5,000 


50 


100 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


2,500 


100 


25 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


50 


100 


35,000 


1100 

2 100 


1100 
2 250 



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Fein Electric Tool Company of 

America. 
Fellows Hardware Company, 

Fenway Motors, Incorporated, 

Ferncroft Club Inc., . 

Fiedler Brothers Company, 

Fiske & Lane Company, 

Fiske Corporation, The, 

Fitchburg Base Ball Club, . 

Flaherty Drug Co., . 

Florence Waist Company, . 

Folding Bolster Roll Company, 

Food Shop, Inc., The, 

Fort Hill Paper Company, . 

Foster-Farrar Company, 

440 Fourth Avenue Corporation,^ 

Four In One Sales Company, The, 

Foxboro Company, The, 

Frances and Theresa Inc., . 

Frank C. Nichols Company, 

Frank E. Wright Leather Com- 
pany. 
Frank Irving Cooper Corporation, 

Frank Kennedy Company, . 

Frank L. Gould & Sons, Inc., 

Frank L. Young Company, 

Frank N. Rand Insurance Agency, 

Inc. 
Frank R. Blake Supply Co., 

Frank Veinot Company, 

Frank W. Wasson, Inc., 

Frank W. Zemeir & Company, In- 
corporated, The. 
Franklin Hardware Company, 

Fraser-Tufts Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Frazier Bedding Company, 

French Edge Machine Company, 

French Manufacturing Company, 



Boston, . 
Haverhill, 



Middleton, 
Methuen, 
Boston, . 
Natick, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Brookline, 
Boston, . 
Northampton 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Foxborough, 
Springfield, 
Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Walpole, 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
SomerwUe, 
Boston, ., 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



S10,000 

17,000 

1,050 

5,000 

1,400 

1 41,000 

2 1,000 

300 

2,500 
10,000 

5,000 
40,000 

3,500 

18,500 

30,000 

1 460,000 

2 115,000 

60,000 

151,100 

3,500 

505 

37,500 

25,000 

30 

5,000 

1 60,000 
2 185,000 

15,000 

1 1,000 

2 1,000 

5,000 

6,000 
10,000 

2,000 
75,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1 10,000 

2 25,000 



July 6, 

1914. 
Aug. 18, 

1914. 
May 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 9 

1914. 
Feb. 10 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
July 31 

1914. 
May 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 24, 

1914. 
Oct. 26 

1914. 
July 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 2 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 4 

1914. 
May 4 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
May 8 

1914. 
May 2, 

1914. 
Oct. 7, 

1914. 
Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
May 12, 

1914. 
July 13 

1914. 
Sept. 29, 

1914. 
Apr. 22, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 
Sept. 19 

1914. 
June 19 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
July 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 11 

1914. 
June 23 

1914. 
Oct. 16, 

1914 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



22 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






^3. 

5t3-0 



Friend Machine Co., The, . 

Furbush-Davis Piano Co., . 

Fyfe Manufacturing Company, 

G. A. Reidpath Company, . 

G. Angelo Company, . 

G. H. Blood M'f g Co., 

G. H. Pulsifer Inc., . 

G. H. T. Brown & Company In 

corporated. 
G. L. Clift Motor Cycle Co. Inc. 

G. P. Hutchinson Co., 

Gardner Chair Company, . 

Gardner Real Estate Company 

Inc.^ 
Garland and Hall, Inc.,' 

Gaynor's Lunch, In? , 

Gendreau-Reynolds Company, 

General Ceramic Manufacturing 

Company. 
General Manufacturing Company 

The. 
General Transportation Company, 

Geo. A. Breault Co., . 

George A. Carter, In ., 

George A. Pierce Company, 

George B. Graff Company, . 

George Coleman Co., . 

George E. Double Company, 

George E. Marsters, Inc., . 

Geo. F. Daniels Corporation, 

George F. Welch Company, The, 

George G. Hall Company, . 

George Grow Automobile Com- 
pany. 
George H. Bicknell Company, 

George J. Brunell Company, The 

George L. Ware, Incorporated, 

George Loring Company, The, 



Melrose, 
Boston, . 



Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

New Bedford, 

Brockton, 

Lynn, . 

Gardner, 

Salem, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Brockton, 

Boston, Mass 
Minneapolis, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, " 
Boston, . 

Scituate, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Weymouth, 

Webster, 

Boston, . 

Winthrop, 



, and 
Minn 



, and 

N. Y. 



$2,000 
15,000 
25,000 

8,000 
95,000 

5,000 

3,000 
15,000 
10,000 

2,000 
15,000 

5,000 
10,000 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50,000 

5,000 
15,000 
50,000 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 
100,000 

50,000 
100,000 
125,000 
100,000 
50,000 
30,000 
20,000 
25,000 
5,000 



1100 

2 100 

110 

2 10 

100 
100 
5 
100 
100 
100 

10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

25 
100 
100 

25 

100 

100 

1100 

2 100 

100 

4 100 

MOO 

6 100 

noo 

100 

100 

1100 

2 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



200 

1100 

2 50 

1 1,000 

2 1,500 



950 

1,000 

30 

150 

100 

200 

150 

50 

100 

250 

250 

2,000 

500 

50 

600 

500 

250 

1100 

2 150 

500 

"1 
6 399 

62 

'598 
500 

1,000 

1 1,000 
2 250 
1,000 

500 

300 

200 

250 

50 



$2,000 

1 10,000 
2 5,000 
1 5,000 

2 15,000 
8,000 

95,000 



3,000 

8,800 

2,000 

2,000 

15,000 

5,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

50,000 

300 

5,000 

10,000 

50,000 

400 

1 2,000 

2 15,000 

50,000 

4 100 

5 39,900 
6 200 

50,000 

400 

1 100,000 
2 25,000 
100,000 

50,000 

29,000 

20,000 

10,000 

3,700 



Dec. 6 

1913. 
Aug. 14 

1914. 
Oct. 29, 

1914 
Jan. 26, 

1914 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Sept. 28, 

1914 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
July 31 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914, 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
Sept. 8, 

1914 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
June 11 

1914. 
Nov. 2) 

1914. 
Jan. 29 

1914. 
July 15 

1914. 
May 6 

1914. 
Dec. 9 

1913. 
Dec. 19 

1913. 
June 11 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 

1914. 



Dec. 29 

1913 
Dec. 27 

1913. 
Sept. 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 29 

1913. 
July 15 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Dec. 13 

1913. 
June 24, 

1914. 
June 29, 

1914. 



> Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
* Preferred, Class A. 



6 Preferred, Class B. 
6 Common, Class A. 



' Common, Class B. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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Where Located. 


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George M. Small & Company, In- 


Boston, . 


S10,000 


SlOO 


100 


$1,000 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 12, 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


George Smith Plumbing and Auto 


Springfield, 


50,000 


100 


500 


22,500 


Apr. 15, 


Apr 18, 


Metal Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


George Sykes Company, 


Springfield, . 


60,000 


uoo 


UOO 


1 10,000 


Apr. 4, 


Apr. 13, 








2 100 


2500 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


George T. Rendle Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


25,000 


Sept. 2, 
1914. 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


George W. Canterbury Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1200 


1 10,000 


Mch. 24, 


Mch. 26, 








2 100 


2300 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


George W. Macauley Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


July 17, 
1914. 


July 20, 
1914. 


George Washington Association, 


Chelsea, 


10,000 


50 


200 


500 


July 29, 


July 31, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Georgian Hotel Company, . 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


300 


Apr. 14, 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


GUman Dental Laboratory Co., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


2,000 


Sept. 25, 


Sept. 26, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Glendale Coal Company, . 


Everett, 


7,500 


10 


750 


4,900 


Mch. 24, 
1914. 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


Glenmere Company, Inc., The, . 


Lynn, . 


15,000 


110 


1750 


1 2,000 


May 13, 


Feb. 4, 








2 10 


2750 


2 7,500 


1913. 


1914. 


Globe Vaudeville Company, The, 


Boston, Mass., and 
New York, N. Y. 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 29, 
1914. 


May 2, 
1914. 


Glue Specialties Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


8,000 


June 13, 
1914. 


June 15, 
1914. 


Golden Manufacturing Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 
Providence, R. I. 


20,000 


50 


400 


20,000 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


Goodenough & Co. (Inc.), . 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25 000 


Nov. 16, 
1914. 


Nov. 16, 
1914. 


Goose-Broidy Company, 


Chelsea, 


32,000 


100 


320 


32,000 


Nov. 26, 
1913. 


Dec. 6, 
1913. 


Gordon & Shoolman Enterprises 


Boston, . 


225,000 


100 


2,250 


300 


Aug. 17, 


Aug. 21, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Gordon Rubber Company, . 


Chelsea, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


500 


July 20, 
1914. 


Aug. 4, 
1914. 


Gould Witch Hazel Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1100 


1 10,000 


Dec. 31. 


Jan. 1, 








2 100 


2400 


2 35,300 


1913. 


1914. 


Grand Theatres Company of Mas- 


Marlborough, 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


75,000 


July 17, 


July 23, 


sachusetts, The. 












1914 


1914. 


Granite State Bobbin and Lumber 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


15 


1 5,000 


2 15,000 


May 28, 


July 2, 


Company.^ 


Enfield, N. H. 




25 


2 5,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Graniteville Granite Quarries Cor- 


Weatford, 


3,030 


100 


30 


3,000 


Feb. 20, 


Mch. 2, 


poration, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Great Ceylon Tea Co., Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


Jan. 22, 
1914. 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


Great Eastern Amusement Com- 


Fall River, . 


50,000 


1100 


1200 


1 20,000 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 17, 


pany, The. 






2 100 


2300 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Greater Plymouth Newspaper Co., 


Plymouth, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


5,010 


Dec. 19, 
1913. 


Dec. 22, 
1913. 


Greek Importing Company, In- 


Springfield, 


7,000 


125 


180 


2 5,000 


May 11, 


Mav 15, 


corporated. 






2 25 


2 200 




1914. 


1914. 


Greeley Laboratories, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1150 


1 10,000 


June 25, 


July 1, 








2 100 


2350 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Green Mountain Lumber Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 23, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Green Mountain Spruce Gum 


Boston, . 


30,000 


1100 


1200 


2510 


Mch. 17, 


Mch. 18. 


Company, The. 






2 10 


2 1,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Greenfield Home Development 


Greenfield, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 29, 


July 13. 


Company.i 












1914. 


1914. 


Greenfield Laundry Company, 


Greenfield, 


12,000 


25 


480 


12,000 


June 22, 


June 24, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Greenlaw Wallis Company, 


Boston, . 


1,500 


10 


150 


1,500 


Feb. 3. 
1914. 


Feb. 6. 
1914. 


Greenwich Dairying Association, 


Maiden, 


50,000 


110 


1 4,000 


2 3,750 


Oct. 14, 


Oct. 14, 


Incorporated. 






2 10 


2 1,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Greenwood Chemical Company, . 


Lowell, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


3,000 


May 5, 
1914. 


May 13, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



24 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 







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Griffin-Cutler Co., . 
Griffith Drug Company, 

Grocers Fruit and Produce Com- 
pany. 

Grossman Cap Manufacturing 
Company, The. 

Groton Private Hospital, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Guarantee Roofing Company, 

Guinee and Gilbert Company, 
H. A. Blackmer Company, . 

H. A. Cook Dairy Products Com- 
pany, Inc., The. 

H. A. Savage Lumber Company, 
The. 

H. & J. Brewer Go's Springfield 
Retail Store, Inc., Purchasers of. 

H. & M. Amusement Co. Inc., 

H. B. Eaton & Co. Inc., 

H. C. Rose Cut Sole Company, 

H. D. Perry Company, 

H. J. Harwood's Sons, Inc., 

H. J. Heinx Company of Massa- 
chusetts. 
H-K Shoe Company, . 

H. L. Piatt & Co. Inc., 

H. Ross Maddocks Company In- 
corporated. 

H. S. Macomber & Company, In- 
corporated. 

H. T. West Company, 

H. W. Clark Biscuit Company, 

H. W. Clark Company, 

H. W. Clark Leather Company, 

H. W. Johns-Manville Company 

of Massachusetts. 
H. W. Litchfield Company, 

Hadley Dairy Company, 

Eadmoor Company ,3 . 

Hale & Mirick Company, 

Haley-Schaefer Company, 

Hall Co 

Hamilton Land Company,' 

Hamilton Tlioatre Co., 



Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Groton, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 



Boston, Mass., and 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
North Adams, 
North Adams, 
Woburn, 
Boston, . 
Somerville, 
South Hadley, 
Cambridge 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



825,000 


$100 


5,000 


100 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


25 


30,000 
5,000 


150 
250 
100 


25,000 


10 


5,000 


100 


15,000 
25,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


25,000 


10 


150,000 
25,000 


15 
'5 
100 


10,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


25,000 


50 


15,000 


ipo 


5,000 


100 


75,000 


100 


60,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


4,000 


20 


3,000 


25 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


10,000 


10 


100,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


20,000 


10 



250 

50 

1,000 

40 

1300 

2300 

50 

2,500 

50 



S6,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1,000 

I 4,200 

2 15.000 

2,600 

7,710 

5,000 



160 
290 
250 


1 4,000 

2 4,000 
7,500 


2,500 


25,000 


1 10,000 

2 20,000 

250 


1510 

2 15 

15,000 


100 


10,000 


500 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


500 


50,000 


150 


7,000 


500 


50,000 


500 


19,000 


150 


9,000 


50 


5,000 


750 


75,000 


600 


60,000 


500 


50,000 


250 


25,000 


200 


4,000 


120 


2,000 


500 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


100,000 


500 


25,000 


2,000 


1,000 



Apr. 1 

1914. 
Aug. 31, 

1914. 
June 3 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
July 7 

1914. 
July 11 

1914. 
Jan. 15 

1914. 
Aug. 31 

1914. 
Mch. 2 

1914. 
July 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Nov. 19 

1914. 
Sept. 28 

1914. 
Mch. 5 

1914 
Aug. 25 

1914. 
Oct. 16, 

1914. 
Oct. 13 

1914. 
Oct. 28, 

1914 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 17 

1914. 
Oct. 20 

1914. 
Sept. 3, 

1914. 
June 27 

1914. 
June 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 21 

1914. 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
June 19 

1914. 
May 12, 

1914. 
Dec. 20 

1913. 
Feb. 24 

1914. 
Feb. 10 

1914. 
Apr. 4 

1914. 
July 3 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



2 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



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2,000 


10,000 


100 


• 100 


250,000 


110 


15,000 




2 10 


2 20.000 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


100 


250 


1,000 


5 


200 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


50 


100 


60,000 


100 


600 


50,000 


. 100 


500 


15,000 


5 


3,000 


5,000 


25 


200 


50,000 


1100 


1300 




2 100 


2 200 


15,000 


10 


1,500 


1,000 


100 


10 


10,000 


50 


200 


5,000 


50 


100 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


50,000 


1100 


1250 




2 100 


2 250 


15,000 


100 


150 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


10 


5.000 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


100 


100 


15,000 


25 


600 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


100 


50 


95,000 


100 


950 


25,000 


100 


250 



Hampden County Farmers' Ex- 
change. 
Hancock Engineering Company, . 

Hannah Duston Shoe Company, 

The. 
Hanover Amusement Company, . 

Hanover Rubber Company, 

Harbor Manm'acturing Company, 

Harding Distributing Co., . 

Harding Manufacturing Co., 

Hardwick Farmer's Cooperative 

Exchange. 
Harriman Motor Company,^ 

Harris-Wheeler Company, Inc., . 

Harrison Realty Co.,^ 

Hart-Edison Packing Company, . 

Hartig & Miller, Inc., 

Harvard Wagon Co., . 

Harvard Watch and Jewelry Shop, 

Incorporated, The. 
Hava Lunch, Incorporated, 

Haverhill Mercantile Agency Inc., 

Haverhill Motor Bus Company, . 

Haverhill Rapid Transit Com- 
pany. 
Healene Co., .... 

"Healthurst" (Inc.), . 

Healy & Lyons Company, . 

Heaney Manufacturing Company, 

Hellenic Tobacco Company, 

Hendee Manufacturing Sales Com- 
pany. 
Henderson & Shaw, Incorporated, 

Henkin & Stearns Company, 

Heimiker Hotel Company, . 

Henry Blewett & Son, Inc., 

Henry Cort Company, The, 

Henry D. Murray Co., 

Henry E. Wright & Sons Inc., 

Henry W. Savage, Incorporated, ^ 



Springfield, 

Bo.ston, . . 

Haverhill, Ma 
New York, 
Boston, . 

Hanover, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Mansfield, 

Hardwick, » 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Springfield, 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Henniker, N 
Somerville 

Brockton, 

Quincy, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



ss., and 
N. Y. 



, and 
. H. 



$10,000 

10,000 

2 200,000 

30 

15,000 

5,000 

2,100 

25,000 

1,000 

7,500 

5,000 

60,000 

300 

8,600 

4,950 

1 2,000 

2 6,300 
6 300 

1,000 

3,950 

5,000 

100,000 

2400 

5,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

2,500 

10,000 

5,000 

15,000 

300 

5,000 

79,600 

25,000 



Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Nov. 29, 

1913. 
Dec. 13, 

1913. 
Oct. 24, 

1914. 
Aug. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
May 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 23, 

1914. 
May 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
June 27, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Sept. 18, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
Julv 13, 

1914. 
May 5, 

1914. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Dec. 10, 

1913. 
Aug. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 29, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
Sept. 15, 

1914. 
Nov. 19, 

1913. 
Mch. 21, 

1914. 
Jan. 3, 

1914. 
Dec. 22, 

1913. 
Deo. 26, 

1913. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



2 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



26 



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Henshaw Motor Co., . 

Hercules Tire Protector Company, 

Herman Levy Company, 

HUl-Smith Metal Goods Co., The, 

Hjelm and Anderson Company, 

The. 
Hodges Fiber Carpet Company, 

Hodgkins and Lowther Incorpo- 
rated. 
Holbrook Drug Co., . 

Holden & Stone Company, . 

Holden Community Corporation, 

Holden Lumber Company, The, 

Holiday Prints Shop of Boston 

Inc., The. 
Hollings Company, 

Holmes Company, The, 

Holt-Shattuck Company, . 

Holton-Abbott Manufacturing 

Company. 
Holyoke Appliance Co. Inc., 

Home Cloak and Suit Company, 

The. 
Home Service Company, 

Homestake Development Com- 
pany.'' 
Hood Tire Company, 

Hopkinton Products Co., 

Hotel Oxford Company, 

Hotel Pilgrim Company, 

Hotel Worthy Incorporated, >■ 

Howes Brothers Company, . 

Hub Laundry Company, 

Hub Metal Bed Company, . 

Hub Theatre, Inc., 

Hub Wool Stock Co., 

Huraanology Film Producing 

Company, The. 
Humphrey Coal Company ,» 



Boston, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 



SpringBeld, Mass. 

and New York 

N. Y. 
Boston, . 



Pittsfield, 

Holden, 

Holden. 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 

Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Boise, Idaho 
Watertown, 



Boston, Mass, 
Hopkinton, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Marblehead, 



and 



, and 
R. L 



$25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
20,000 
1,000,000 

50,000 
5,000 
65,000 
10,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
500,000 
25,000 
50,000 
95,000 
2,000 
25,000 
30,000 
20,000 
2,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
3,000,000 

10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
2,500 
250,000 
15,000 



$100 


250 


25 


400 


10 


1,000 


100 


100 


25 


800 


100 


10,000 


10 


5,000 


50 


100 


100 


650 


5 


2,000 


100 


100 


25 


1,000 


100 


100 


no 

3 10 

100 


2 25,000 

3 25.000 

250 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 100 

3 400 
9,500 


10 


200 


100 


250 


100 


300 


100 


200 


25 


80 


100 


500 


100 


500 


100 


500 


f 100 
MOO 
^ 100 

3 100 

100 


5 6,000 

6 9,000 

7 3,500 
3 11,500 

100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


25 


100 


2,500 


100 


150 



$10,000 
5,075 
10,000 
10,000 
3,000 
1,000,000 

25,010 

2,100 
65,000 

2,110 
10,000 
25,000 

8,200 
3 50,000 

5,000 

2 5,000 

3 40,000 

75,000 

1,000 

5,000 

30,000 

20,000 

2,000 

47,000 

30,000 

50,000 

6 581,100 
6 418,900 
' 350,000 
3 650,000 
10,000 

10,000 

6,000 

2,500 

250,000 

15,000 



Nov. 13 

1914. 
Jan. 24 

1914. 
Mch. 28 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
July 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 27 

1914. 

Mch. 23 

1914. 
Feb. 13 

1914. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 
June 19, 

1914. 
Dec. 27, 

1913. 
Dec. 30 

1913. 
Mch. 30 

1914. 
June 1 

1914. 
Oct. 19 

1914. 
Apr. 11 

1914. 
Sept. 5, 

1914. 
June 30 

1914. 
Mch. 16 

1914 
Oct. 31 

1914. 
Oct. 23 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914 
Mch. 7, 

1914 
June 25, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
June 16 

1914. 



Aug. 12, 

1914. 
July 

1914. 
June 12 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

' Preferred. 

3 Common. 

* Corporation chartered for fifty years from Oct. 19, 1914. 



6 First preferred. Series A. 

First preferred, Series B. 

' Second preferred. 

8 Corporation chartered for fifty years from Jan. 1, 1914. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Hunt Specialty Mfg. Co., . 
Huse & Carleton, Inc., 
Hutcheson Shoe Company, 

Hyde Park Construction Com- 
pany. 

Hyde Park Lithuanian Co-opera- 
tive Association. 

I. Albert's Sons Incorporated, 

I. Berman Shoe Co., Inc., . 

I. F. Whitmarsh Company, 

I. Shactman Leather Company, 

Ideal Cash Market, Inc., 

Ideal Market Company, 

Ideal Theatre Company, 

Idylewilde Farm Company, 

Incomparable Cloak & Suit Com 

pany. 
Indian Lake Driving Club, . 

Inland Company, The, 

Inter-Urban Realty Company,^ 

International Comfort Chair Co, 

Inc. 
International Fox Exchange, Inc., 

International Mercantile & Bond 
Company of Massachusetts. 

International Sales Organization, 
Inc. 

International Standard Supply 
and Manufacturing Company. 

Interstate Commission Company, 

Interstate Farming Company, 

Interstate Realty Company,^ 

Interstate Sales Company, . 

Investment Corporation, The,' . 

Irvington Street Garage and Re- 
pair Corporation. 
J. B. Hunter Company, 

J. D. Mead Company, 

J. E. French Company, 

J. E. Stevens Co 

J. F. Sturdy 's Sons Company, 



Where Located. 



Westborough, 
Boston, . 

Weymouth, Mass. 

and New York, 

N. Y. 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Taunton, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Lincoln, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Adams, Mass 
Chicago, 111, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Dace City, ' 
Boston, . 



Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Rockland, 
Haverhill, 
North Attleborough 



and 



and 



Fla. 



$15,000 
40,000 
50.000 

5,000 

30,000 

100,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

2,500 

10,000 

5,000 

40,000 

5,000 

5,000 

40,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

10,000 

50,000 

60,000 

25,000 

50,000 

5,000 

100,000 

10,000 

90,000 

12,000 

300,000 



SIO 
100 
100 

50 

15 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 

10 

100 

1100 

2 100 

100 

100 

100 

1100 

2 100 

10 
10 
100 
15 

25 

160 
2 60 
100 

110 

2 10 

100 
100 
50 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 






=3,2 



1,500 
400 
500 

100 

2,000 

1,000 

50 

50 

50 

50 

100 

50 

400 

500 

50 

1150 

2 250 

500 

250 

500 

1250 
2 250 
5,000 

5,000 

100 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
1500 
2500 

250 

1 4,000 

2 1,000 

50 

1,000 

200 

900 

1400 
2 800 
3,000 



S15,000 

40,000 

400 

3,250 
■ 30,000 
100,000 
3,700 
5,000 
1,500 
2,500 

10,000 
5,000 

40,000 

5,000 

2,500 

1 1,000 
2 1,500 
10,300 

25,000 

300 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
50,000 

37,600 

300 

1 5,000 
2 25,000 

2420 

25,000 

12,100 

2 50 

5,000 

100,000 

10,000 

50,100 

1 1,250 

2 8,000 
300,000 



Dec. 15 
1913. 

Apr. 2 
1914. 

Aug. 17 
1914. 

Mch. 30 

1914. 
Jan. 2 

1914. 
Mch. 30 

1914. 
Aua. 27, 

1914. 
Sept. 11 

1914. 
Oct. 15, 

1913. 
July 29 

1914. 
Dec. 11 

1913. 
Dec. 11 

1913. 
Feb. 3 

1914. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
June 29, 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 2 

1914. 
Oct. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 12, 

1914 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 24, 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1913. 
June 4 

1914. 
June 19 

1914. 
May 7, 

1914. 
May 12 

1914. 
June 8, 

1914. 
July 13 

1914. 
Mch. 2 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 16 

1914. 
Apr. 30 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 



Dec. 16, 

1913. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 

1914. 

Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 6, 

1914 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 
Sept. 1. 

1914. 
Sept. 12, 

1914. 
Dec. 3, 

1913. 
Aue. 12. 

1914. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
Dec. 15 

1913. 
July 1, 

1914. 
Aug. 6, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Aug. 25, 

1914. 
Dee. 16, 

1913. 
June 5, 

1914. 
Aug. 7, 

1914. 
May 26, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
June 15, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 18. 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 30. 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



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J. F. Willett Co 


Boston, . 


S50,000 


$50 


1,000 


$15,000 


Apr. 3, 
1914. 


Apr. 9, 
1914. 


J. G. Riga & Sons Company, 


Springfield, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Jan. 14, 
1914. 


Jan. 16, 
1914. 


J. H. Basker & Company, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 23. 
1914. 


June 24, 
1914. 


J. H. Flavell Company, 


Marshfield, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 19, 
1914. 


June 26, 
1914. 


J. H. Nangle Machine Company, 


Lynn, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


June 16, 
1914. 


June 18, 
1914. 


J. H. White Company, 


Watertown. . 


50,000 


uo 


1 2,500 


1 25,000 


Mch. 7, 


Mch. 11, 








2 10 


2 2,500 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


J. J. Bosdan Tobacco Co., . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


July 31, 
1914. 


Aug. 24, 
1914. 


J. K. & B. Sears Co.,3 


Middleborough, 


05,000 


1100 


1250 


1 10,000 


June 2, 


June 5, 








2 100 


2 700 


2 70,000 


1914. 


1914. 


J. Meyers Company, . 


Boston, . 


12,000 


100 


120 


12,000 


Dec. 13, 
1913. 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


J. 0. Neill Hardware Co., . 


Fall River, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Oct. 17, 
1914. 


Oct. 20, 
1914. 


J. P. Steele Grain Company, 


Marlborough, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Feb. 25, 
1914. 


Feb. 28. 
1914. 


J. S. Meacom Company, 


Saugus, . 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Jan. 14, 
1914. 


J. S. Orler & Company Incorpo- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


64,200 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


rated. 












1914. 


1914. 


J. S. Sieve Millinery Co., . 


Boston, . 


20,000 


50 


400 


],000 


May 22, 
1914. 


May 29, 
1914. 


J. W. & A. P. Howard & Com- 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Dec. 18, 


Dec. 24, 


pany, Incorporated, The. 












1913. 


1913. 


J. W. Doon & Sons Co., 


Natick, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


July 8, 
1914. 


July 11, 
1914. 


J. W. Wilbur Co. Inc.,* 


Boston, . 


100,000 


150 


1 1,000 


1 .50,000 


Nov. 12, 


Nov. 17, 








2 50 


2 1,000 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Jackson Plumbing and Heating 


Boston, . 


10,000 


25 


400 


10,000 


May 20, 


May 21, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Jager Engine Company, 


Taunton, ' . 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


85,000 


Mch. 30, 
1914.' 


Apr. 2. 
1914. 


Jamaica Chemical Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


1100 


150 


1300 


July 20, 


July 20, 








2 100 


2 950 




1914. 


1914. 


James A. Hart Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


.500 


100 


Mch. 30, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


James Cole Company, 


Melrose, 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Aug. 12, 
1914. 


Aug. 13, 
1914. 


James D. Rawles Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


3,500 


Dec. 1, 
1913. 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


James F. McGrath Company, 


Lawrence, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Feb. 14, 
1914. 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


James J. Coughlan Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


300 


Dec. 19, 
1913. 


Dec. 19, 
■1913. 


James M. Abbott & Co., Incorpo- 


Lowell, . 


225,000 


1100 


1750 


124,100 


Nov. 17, 


Nov. 19, 


rated. 






2 100 


2 1.,500 


2 77,700 


1914. 


1914. 


James M. Fisk and Company, In- 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Mch. 25, 


Mch. 25. 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


James Orr. Inc., 


Attleborough, 


95,000 


1100 


1450 


1 45,000 


Nov. 13, 


Nov. 16, 








2 100 


2 500 


2 300 


1914. 


1914. 


Jenkins & Smith Shoe Co., . 


Haverhill, 


15,000 


50 


300 


15,000 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Apr. 3, 
1914. 


Jesse Roberts Company, Inc., 


Fall River, . 


4,000 


50 


80 


4,000 " 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Mch. 27, 
1914. 


Jessup & Moore Paper Co., The, 


Boston, Mass., Phila- 


3,000,000 


5 100 


5 10,000 


5 700,000 


July 14, 


July 14, 




delphia, Pa., Wil- 




MOO 


6 7,500 


6 750,000 


1914. 


1914. 




mington, Del., and 




2 100 


2 12,500 


2 1,250,000 








Elkton, Md. 














John A. Olson Company, The, 


Worcester, 


2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


Mch. 9, 
1914. 


John Babcock & Company, In- 


Boston, . 


15,000 


5 


3,000 


15 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 14, 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 



' Preferred. 
2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

■* Corporation chartered for forty-nine years from Nov. 12, 1914. 



First preferred. 
Second preferred. 



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6 




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John C. Finegan Company, 


Boston, . 


S30,000 


$100 


300 


$30,000 


Mch. 28 
1914. 


Apr. 3, 
1914. 


John CusoUto Fruit Company, . 


Boston, . 


2,000 


20 


100 


2,000 


Jan. 8 
1914. 


, Jan. 10, 
1914. 


John D. Young and Sons Company, 


Boston, . 


80,000 


100 


800 


80,000 


May 8 
1914. 


May 9, 
1914. 


John F. Fitzgerald Clothing Com- 


Boston, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Sept. 15 


Sept. 16, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


John H. Daniels & Son, Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


uoo 


1250 


1 10,000 


May 12 


June 18, 








2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


John Lawler's Sons Incorporated, 


Springfield, 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Mch. 25 
1914. 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


John M. Brophy Co., 


Salem, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Nov. 21 
1914. 


Nov. 27, 
1914. 


John M. Noonan Company, The, 


Springfield, 


150,000 


UOO 


1750 


2 75,000 


Apr. 27 


July 9, 








2 100 


2 750 




1914. 


1914. 


John McCourt Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Apr. 15 
1914. 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


John Nagle Co., 


Boston, . 


60,000 


100 


600 


60,000 


Sept. 30 
1914. 


Oct. 1, 
1914. 


John Shaw, Inc., 


Cambridge, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Mch. 5 
1914. 


Mch. 6, 
1914. 


John W. Duff Inc., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Dec. 23 
1913. 


Dec. 23, 
1913. 


Johnson & Bryden, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


40,000 


Mch. 19 
1914. 


Mch. 20, 
1914. 


Johnsdn Pneu-Metal Tire Com- 


Fitchburg, 


1,000,000 


10 


100,000 


1,000,000 


Sept. 17 


Oct. 2, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Johnson's Real Estate Agency, 


Fall River, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Oct. 8 


Oct. 23, 


Inc., 3 












1914. 


. 1914. 


Jonas & Ornsteen Shoe Company, 


Haverhill, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 1 
1914. 


July 3, 
1914. 


Jordan & Company, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


2,200 


Aug. 26 
1914. 


Sept. 1, 
1914. 


Joseph F. Marks, Incorporated, . 


Lynn, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Dec. 8 
1913. 


Dec. 9, 
1913. 


Joseph Gahm & Son Co., . 


Boston, . 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


200,000 


Nov. 27 
1914. 


Nov. 28, 
1914. 


Joseph Goodnow & Company, In- 


Boston, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Jan. 8 


Jan. 27, 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Joseph P. Manning Company, . 


Boston, . 


400,000 


100 


4,000 


400,000 


Jan. 22 
1914. 


Feb. 24, 
1914. 


Joseph Wilcox, Incorporated, 


Athol, . 


25,000 


1100 


M50 


1 10,000 


Apr. 3 


Apr. 4, 








2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Kasino Company, 


Lowell, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Deo. 29 
1913. 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Keith Realty Company,* 


Boston, . 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


50,000 


Oct. 14 
1914. 


Oct. 14, 
1914. 


Kellaher & Donegan (Inc.), 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


20,100 


Jan. 1 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Kelley-Mills Company, 


Brockton, Mass., and 
Schenectady, N. Y. 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Sept. 24 
1914. 


Sent. 26, 
i914. 


Kelley Spence Co 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 22 
1914. 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


Kelly Separator Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


Dec. 6 
1913. 


Dec. 10, 
1913. 


Kenilworth Press, Inc., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


July 20 
1914. 


July 21, 
1914. 


Kilgore Motor Starter Company, 


Boston, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Feb. 16 
1914. 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


King Rubber Company, 


Somerville, 


50,000 


5 100 


5 338 


6 6,800 


Mch. 28 


Mch. 31, 








MO 


8 1,200 


2 2,400 


1914. 


1914. 








2 10 


2 420 








Kittredge Lunch Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


25 


400 


2,300 


Feb. 16 

1914. 
Aug. 20, 


Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 


Klauer Motor Repair Company, 


Cambridge, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Knox Motors Company, 


Springfield, 


2,500,000 


MOO 


1 12,500 


1 1,250,000 


May 8, 


May 9, 








2 100 


2 12,500 


2 1,250,000 


1914. 


1914. 



1 Preferred. 
Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

* Corporation chartered for forty-nine years from Oct. 15, 1914. 



First preferred. 
Second preferred. 



30 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



O 

Ji 
1" 


> £ 


i 

J 

d 


15,000 


SlOO 


50 


.5,000 


5 


1,000 


6,000 


50 


120 


10,000 


25 


400 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


20,000 


100 


200 


5,000 


10 


500 


7,500 


100 


75 


5,000 


100 


50 


30,000 


100 


300 


40,000 


100 


400 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


2,000 


100 


20 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


200,000 
2,100 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1 1,000 

2 1,000 

21 


300,000 


100 


3,000 


5,000 


25 


200 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


100 


50 


275,000 
50,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1 2,500 

2 250 

500 


10,000 


100 


100 


75,000 
76,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 500 

760 


5,000 


100 


50 


30,000 


100 


300 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


2,000 


100 


20 


20,000 


100 


200 


200,000 


uo 

2 10 


1 10,000 
2 10,000 



§5 

am 



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KohlerCo., 

Koritzky Trading Company, 

Erause Self-Operating Door Com 

pany. 
L. C. Stevens Company, 

L. E. A. Smith Company, . 

L. G. BaKour Company, 

L. M. Cotton Inc., 

L. M. Ham Company, 

L. Martin Company, . 

1. Nickerson Company Incorpo 

L. P. Pond Drug Co., 

L. Speidel & Co., Inc., 

1. Thompson Coal Co., 

La Belle-Alderman Company, 

Lady Betty, Inc., 

Lake Boon Boat Service, Inc., 

Lambie-Denman, Incorporated, 

Laminated Materials Company, 

Lancaster Milk Company, . 

Lannin Realty Company ,3 . 

Lawrence Candy Manufacturing 
Company. 

Lawrence Dry Goods Store, In- 
corporated. 

Lawson-Pratt Sales Company, . 

Lawyers Title & Mortgage Guar- 
anty Company. 
Learnard-Tompkins Electric Co. 

Lee Farming Co., 

Lees Button Company, The, 

Leighton-Mitchell Company, 

Lenox Drug Company, 

Leominster Shell Goods Mfg. Co., 

Lever Cream Separator Company, 

Lewis H. & F. W. Levering, Inc., . 

Lewis H. Clough Sulphur Vapor 

Bath Company. 
Lewis Leather Company, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Brookline, 

Somerville, 

Attleborough, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Gloucester, 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Hingham, 

Springfield, 

Brookline, 

Stow, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Boston, Mass 

Detroit, ' 
Boston, . 



Mich, 



Boston, . 
Quincy, 
Leominster, 
Boston, . 
Lenox, . 
Leominster, 
Boston, . 
Medford, 
Boston, . 
Easton, . 



and 



$5,000 

5,000 

6,000 

10,000 

10,000 

35,000 

400 

20,000 

3,750 

4,200 

2,000 

30,000 

30,000 

4,000 

10,000 

2,000 

25,000 

1300 

2 100,000 

2,100 

300,000 

2,075 

5,000 

3,000 

1 250,000 

2 25,000 

5,000 



1 7,500 

2 50,000 

76,000 

5,000 
30,000 
50,000 

2,000 

20,000 

1 100,000 
2 100,000 



Aug. 26, 

1914. 
Oct. 31 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914 
Dec. 24, 

1913. 
May 1 

1914. 
Sept. 25, 

1914. 
June 3 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Oct. 19 

1914. 
Jan. 2 

1914. 
Aug. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 7 

1914. 
Mch. 23 

1914. 
Nov. 20 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
May 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
June 18, 

1914 
June 26, 

1914. 
Sept. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
Apr. 21 

1914. 
Sept. 23, 

1914. 
July 29 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914 
July 15, 

1914 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
May 19 

1914. 
Sept. 23 

1913. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



31 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Lewis, Mears Company, 

Libby Ice Cream Company, 

Libby Manufacturing Company, 

Liberty-Durgin, Inc., . 

Liberty Hat Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Liberty Shoe Company, The, 

Lighting Supply Company, 

Lilly Company, The, . 

Lincoln Clothing Company, The, 

Lincoln Lunch Company, Inc., 

Lindbladh Corporation, The. 

Linden Park Laundry Company, 

Lithuanian Co-operative Associa- 
tion of Brighton, The. 
Little River Fur Farm, Inc., 

Littlefield Machine Company, The, 

Lloyd D. Holton Company, 

London and Ceylon Tea Co., The, 

London Finance Company, 

Lonergan Players Inc., The, 

Los Indios Grapefruit Plantations, 
Inc. 

Louis Bassill Company, 

Louis Cohen Shirt Company, 

Louis E. Crosscup Company, 

Louis Rothstein, Incorporated, 

Louis W. Sumner, Inc., 

Lowell Shuttle Company, . 

Lower Falls Garage Company, 

Lynde and Hanchett Company, 

Lynn Box Company, . 

Lynn Ice & Cold Storage Com- 
pany. 
Lynn Jewelry Company, 

Lynn License Association, Inc., 

Lynn Motor Cycle Co., 

Lynn PubUshing Company, 



Where Located. 



Boston, . 

Somerville, 
Melrose, 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Boston, . 
Attleborough, 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 

Boston, Mass 
Los Indios, 
Pines, W. I. 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Lowell, 

Wellesley, 

Lowell 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Lyim, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 



and 
Isle of 



8300,000 

20,000 

50,000 

30,000 

10,000 

10,000 

200,000 

25,000 

3,000 

25,000 

350,000 

50,000 

30,000 

80,000 

50,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1,000 

10,000 

60,000 

25,000 

10,000 

12,000 

20,000 

40,000 

25,000 

5,000 

2,000 

27,500 

300,000 

1,000 

1,000 

2,500 

1,000 



$100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 
100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 
15 
10 

100 

100 

5 

10 

50 

100 



1100 

2 100 

100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 25 

1100 

2 50 

50 

10 

10 

10 



3,000 

200 

500 

300 

100 

100 

1 1,000 

2 1,000 

250 

30 

250 

1 10,000 

2 25,000 

500 

2,000 

8,000 

500 

50 

1,000 

100 

200 

600 

2,500 

165 
235 
120 

200 

1 1,000 

2 3,000 

250 

50 

20 

1250 

2 100 

1 2,000 

2 2,000 

20 

100 
250 
100 



5«s 






$300,000 

15,000 

15,000 

18,000 

4,000 

10,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

2,000 

6,000 

230 

50,000 

30,000 

80,000 

25,300 

5,000 

15 

1,000 

600 

60,000 

25,000 

2 3,500 

12,000 

20,000 

1 10,000 

2 25,000 

25,000 

300 

2,000 

1 25,000 

2 2,500 

2 150 

1,000 

1,000 

2,500 

30 



Mch. 11 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 19 

1914. 
Aug. 4, 

1914. 
June 12 

1914. 
June 22 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1913. 
Feb. 24 

1914. 
June 11 

1914. 
Jan. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 15, 

1914 
June 6, 

1914. 
Sept. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 3 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
Nov. 4, 

1914. 

Mch. 9 

1914. 
Jan. 17, 

1914 
July 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 17 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Apr. 11 

1914. 
Apr. 3 

1914. 
Apr. 10 

1914. 
Dec. 8 

1913. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 9 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Oct. 20, 

1914 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



32 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION, 



[1914. 



Articles of Organizatio7i, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



O 


"o 

3 


s 

6 


$25,000 


SlOO 


250 


1,000 


100 


10 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


25 


400 


50,000 


100 


500 


95,200 


100 


952 


2,500 


100 


25 


20,000 


100 


200 


400,000 


100 


4,000 


15,000 
10,000 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 30 

3 120 

100 


30,000 
10,000 
15,000 


2 100 

3 100 

2 25 

3 25 
100 


2 100 

3 200 

2 200 

3 200 
150 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


2,000 


10 


■ 200 


50,000 


25 


2,000 


60,000 


100 


600 


20,000 


100 


200 


50,000 


50 


1,000 


150,000 


5 


30,000 


15,000 


100 


150 


60,000 
5,000 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 350 

3 250 
500 


15,003 


50 


300 


10,000 


100 


100 


300,000 
50,000 
50,000 


2 100 

3 100 

2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 2,000 
3 1,000 

2 200 

3 300 
500 


350,000 


2 100 

3 100 


2 2,500 

3 1,000 



St^-^ 


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o 






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° d 


|sgi^ 


03 '-3 

Q 


$25,000 


May 14, 




1914. 


1,000 


Oct. 19, 




1914. 


25,000 


Dec. 22, 




1913. 


1,000 


Jan. 3, 




1914. 


20,000 


Mch. 23, 




1914. 


95,200 


Apr. 28, 




1914. 


2,500 


July 9, 




1914. 


20,000 


June 10, 




1914. 


400,000 


Mch. 30, 




1914. 


2 3,000 


Dec. 1, 


3 12,000 


1913. 


10,000 


May 19, 




1914. 


2 10,000 


Oct. 3, 


3 20,000 


1914. 


3 4,025 


Feb. 16, 




1914. 


15,000 


Sept. 11, 




1914. 


12,000 


Aug. 8, 




1914. 


10,000 


Mch. 30, 




1914. 


5,000 


Apr. 9, 




1914. 


10,000 


Feb. 11, 




1914. 


2,000 


Sept. 1, 




1914. ■ 


10,000 


Apr. 9, 




1914. 


20,000 


Apr. 13, 




1914. 


10,000 


Jan. 22, 




1914. 


10,000 


July 31, 




1914. 


20 


Nov. 8, 




1913. 


15,000 


Nov. 4, 




1914. 


2 35,000 


Mch. 19, 


3 25,000 


1914. 


30 


July 30, 




1914. 


6,000 


Feb. 18, 




1914. 


3,000 


Sept. 3, 




1914. 


2 50,000 


Apr. 11, 


3 100,000 


1914. 


3 300 


Jan. 16, 




1914. 


50,000 


July 28, 




1914. 


3 300 


Apr. 9, 




1914. 



Ljim Remedial Loan Society, 

Lyons & Murphy's Dorchester Ex- 
press, Inc. 

Lyons Hotel Company of Massa- 
chusetts. The.i^ 

Lyric Theatre and Amusement 
Company. 

M. & M. Jewelry Co., Inc., 

M. Finkovitch, Inc., . 

M. G. Tuck Co., 

M. H. Bates Co., 

M. N. Arnold Shoe Company, 

M. T. Coffey Company, 

M. W. Ray Company, 

MacMulkin Inc., 

Macdonald & Evans, Inc., . 

Macduff Construction Company, 

The.i 
Mackey Land Company,^ . 

Madame Francis Corporation, 

Mafreto Machine and Tool Com- 
pany. 
Magnetite Company, The,'' 



Main Provision Company, Inc., 

The. 
Maine Fur Ranching Company, . 



Maiden Amusement Co., The, 

Maiden Free Press, Inc., 

Maiden Homes Corporation,^ 

Manchester Coal and Ice Com- 
pany. 
Mandarin Company, . 

Mandell Company, The, 

Manhattan Egg Company, . 

Manifold Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Mann Company, Inc., The, 

Mansfield Company, . 

Mansfield Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Manufacturers Audit & Credit 
Company. 

Manufacturers Eriuipment Com- 
pany. 



Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . ^ 
Providence, R. I., 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
North Abington, 
Fall River, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Everett, 
North Reading, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 

Springfield, Mass., 
and St. George's, 
Newfoundland. 

Boston, . 

Salem, Mass., and 
West Rockport, 
Me. 

Maiden, 

Maiden, 

Maiden, 

Lowell, Mass., and 

Manchester, N. H. 

Boston, . 

Northampton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Mansfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 

■■ Corporation chartered until Jan. 1, 1964. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



33 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






Manufacturers' Machine Com- 
pany. 

Manufacturers Shoe Syndicate, 
Inc., The. 

Marcionetti Candy Company, 
The. 

Marconi Pharmacy, Inc., 

Marie Antoinette Candy Com- 
pany, Incorporated. 

Market Gardeners Outlet Com- 
pany, The. 

Markwett Company, . 

Marlborough Drug Company. 

The. 
Marlborough Grain Company, 

The. 
Marshall Son & Co. Corporation, 

Marshalls, Incorporated, 

Marston and Tapley Co., . 

Marston-Basker Company, 

Martin Kelley Company, . 

Marvello Company, The, . 

Massachusetts Amusement Com- 
pany. 

Massachusetts Barbers Supply 
Company. 

Massachusetts Distributing Agency 
Incorporated. 

Massachusetts Enameling & Mfg. 
Co. 

Massachusetts Mortgage and 
Realty Corporation.^ 

Massachusetts Motor Sales Co., . 

Massachusetts Pharmacy, Inc., . 

Massachusetts Radium and Thori- 
um Institute. 

Massachusetts Rag and Paper 
Manufacturing Company. 

Massachusetts Securities Com- 
pany. 

Massachusetts Stables Co., 

Massachusetts Thread Works, 
Inc. 

Master Production Fihn Com- 
pany. 

Mathison Greenhouses Inc., 

Mattapan Motor Car Company, 
Max Machine Company, 
Maynard Coal Company, . 
Mayo Construction Company, 
McCallion Transfer Company, 



Lawrence, 
Fitchburg, 
Boston, . 



Boston, Mass. 

New York, N. Y. 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Marlborough, 
Marlborough, 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Danvers, 
Haverhill, 
Danvers, 
Leominster, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Stoneham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Waltham, 
Boston, . 
Clinton, 
Springfield, 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 



S100,000 


SIO 


10,000 


100 


10,000 


5 


10,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


2,500 


50 


10,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


700,000 
50,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


40,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


10,000 
25,000 


1100 

2 100 

5 


15,000 


100 


50,000 


10 


50,000 


100 


50,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


5,000 


10 


100,000 
50,000 


160 

2 100 

25 


3,000 


100 


50,000 
18,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1,000 


10 


30,000 
50,000 


150 
2 50 
100 


50,000 


100 


3,000 


100 


25,000 


100 



10,000 
100 
2,000 
100 
150 
100 
250 
50 
100 
150 

1 2,000 

2 5,000 

500 

400 

250 

100 

150 

2 50 

5,000 

150 

5,000 

500 

1250 

2 250 

50 

500 



2 900 
2,000 

30 

1250 

2 250 

180 



1200 

2 400 

500 

500 

30 

250 



$7,500 
10,000 

3,855 
10,000 

9,000 
10,000 
25,000 

1,400 

10,000 

15,000 

1 200,000 

2 500,000 

25,000 

40,000 

10,000 

3,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
21,000 

15,000 

50,000 

800 

2 400 

5,000 

30 

1400 

45,000 

3,000 

1 17,000 

2 3,000 

300 

1,000 

1 10,000 

2 20,000 

50,000 

50,000 

3,000 

25,000 



Sept. 1 

1914. 
Oct. 20. 

1914. 
May 9, 

1914. 
May 6 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1914 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 20, 

1914. 
Dec. 22 

1913 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
June 29 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 
Aug. 21 

1914. 
July 14, 

1914 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 19 

1914. 
Apr. 7, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
June 5 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914 
Nov. 9, 

1914. 
Nov. 9 

1914. 
Mch. 13 

1914. 
July 7, 

1914 
Nov. 4, 

1914 
May 26, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
June 6, 

1914, 
Feb. 6, 

1914 
Feb. 19. 

1914 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Sept. 10, 

1914. 
Apr. 8 

1914. 



Sept. 15, 

1914. 
Oct. 21, 

1914. 
May 12. 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1914. 
Oct. 23, 

1914. 
Aug. 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 8, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
June 25, 

1914. 
Aug. 26, 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 
Aug. 20. 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 6. 

1914. 
June 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Nov. 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
July 17, 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1914. 
June 2, 

1914. 
May 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 9, 

1914. 
July 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 25, 

1914. 
Sept. 11, 

1914. 
Apr. 10. 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



2 Corporation chartered for twenty-five years. 



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McC'oskey & Harty, Inc., . 


Cambridge, . 


$8,000 


$100 


80 


$8,000 


Apr. 15 
1914. 


May 7, 
1914. 


McDowell Hat Shop, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Nov. 23 
1914. 


Nov. 30, 
1914. 


McElwain-Barton Shoe Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 
Kansas City, Mo. 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Jan. 6 
1914. 


Jan. 7, 
1914. 


McGovern Coal Co 


Boston, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


5,000 


Mch. 27 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


McGrath-Sherrill Press, 


Boston, . 


40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


May 1 
1914. 


May 5, 
1914. 


McLane Silk Company, 


Montague, 


75,000 


1100 


1500 


1 50,000 


Feb. 25 


Mch. 9, 








2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


McLaughUn and Doucette Com- 


Lynn, . 


10,000 


25 


400 


625 


Nov. 24 


Dec. 13, 


pany, The. 












1913. 


1913. 


McNichol-Carr Last Company, . 


Lynn, . 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


2,800 


Mch. 21 
1914. 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Means & Thacher, Incorporated, 


Quincy, 


60,000 


1100 


1300 


1 24,500 


July 14 


July 18, 








2 100 


2 300 


2 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Medford Hospital Inc., 


Medford, 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Sept. 23 
1914. 

Feb. 3 
1914. 

Dec. 20 


Sept. 25, 
i 1914. 


Medway Park Association, . 


Medway, 


5,000 


25 


200 


2,550 


Feb. '4, 

1914. 
Dec. 20, 


Melanson Shoe Company, . 


Lynn, . 


40,000 


100 


400 


40.000 














1913. 


1913. 


Melbourne Company, The, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


8,400 


Nov. 25 
1913. 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 


Melrose Trading Company, 


Chelsea, 


5,000 


1100 


140 


1 2,000 


Oct. 14 


Oct. 20. 








2 100 


2 10 


2 300 


1914. 


1914. 


Melzar Laboratory, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 31 


Aug. 3, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Mercantile Adjustment Company, 


Springfield, Mass., 


20,000 


1100 


150 


2 15,000 


Feb. 28 


Mch. 2, 


Incorporated. 


and New Haven, 
Coim. 
Lawrence, 




2 100 


2 150 




1914. 


1914. 


Mercantile Information Agency 


1,000 


10 


100 


600 


May 6 


May 22, 


Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Mercantile Realty Company ,3 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


80,000 


Mch. 24 
1914. 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


Mercantile Service Company, The, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


Jan. 21 
1914. 


Jan. 22, 
1914. 


Merchandise Supply Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Mch. 4 
1914. 


Mch. 17, 
1914. 


Merchant Tailors Trimming 


Boston, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


20,000 


Apr. 11 


Apr. 13, 


House, Incorporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Merchants Co-operative Advertis- 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Dec. 30 


Dec. 31, 


ing Company. 












1913. 


1913. 


Merchants' Finance Company,'' . 


Boston, . 


1,000 


25 


40 


1,000 


Oct. 22 
1914. 


Oct. 23, 
1914. 


Merchants' Fruit and Provision 


Lowell, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


10,000 


July 9 


July 14, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Merchants National Advertising 


Boston, Mass., and 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


40,000 


Apr. 14 


Apr. 24, 


Company. 


New York, N. Y. 










1914. 


1914. 


Merchants National Mercantile 


Boston, . 


3,000 


10 


300 


3,000 


Dec. 11 


Dec. 16, 


Agency, The. 












1913. 


1913. 


Merchants Syndicate Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


30 


June 26 
1914. 


June 27, 
1914. 


Meridian Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


4,000 


Apr. 16 
1914. 


Apr. 21, 
1914. 


Merrimac Construction Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


300 


Mch. 9 
1914. 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


Merrimac Paper Company, 


Lawrence, 


500,000 


1100 


1 4,000 


1 400,000 


Feb. 25 


Feb. 28, 








= 100 


2 1,000 


2 100,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Merrimac Shoe Co 


Merrimac, 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


6,100 


Mch. 14 
1914. 


May 1, 
1914. 


Merrimack Wood Heel Company, 


Haverhill, 


20,000 


1100 


UOO 


1 10,000 


Mch. 30 


Apr. 3, 








2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Mesaba Railway Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 


3,750,000 


1100 


1 12,500 


1 685,000 


June 27 


June 29, 




Duluth, Minn. 




2 100 


2 25,000 


2 1,575,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Metal Pin Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


3,000 


May 1 
1914. 


June 9. 
1914, 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years from Mch. 15, 1914. 
* Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



35 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Metals Coating Company of 

America. 
Metropolitan Garage, Inc., The, 

Metropolitan Loan and Invest- 
ment Corporation. 
Metropohtan Raincoat Company, 

Metropolitan Stable Company, . 

Metropolitan Supply Co. Inc., 

Metz Clothes Shop, Inc., . 

Mica Lantern Slide Company, . 

Michael J. Siillivan, Incorporated, 

Middleby Oven Manufacturing 

Company. 
Middlesex Amusement Company, 

Middlesex Realty-Construction 

Company.i 
Middletown Beef and Provision 
■ Co. 
Milford Amusement Company, . 

Milford Holding Company ,2 

Miller Brothers Company of Bos- 
ton. 
Miller's Lunch, Inc., . 

Miller's Specialty Shop, Inc., 

Milton Tire & Rubber Co., 

Mine Brook Cranberry Company, 

Mitchell-Douglas Company, 

Modern Cloak & Suit Company, 

The. 
Modern Sign Co., 

Mohawk Motor Car Co., . 

Mohican Hotel Co 

Moody Bridge Garage Company, 

Moquin's Company, . 

Morash-Friend Co 

Morrill-Atwood Ice Company, . 

Morse & Haynes Company, 

Morton H. Morganstern Co., 

Morton Press, The, . 

Moses Coulee Ranch Company, . 



Motion Picture Exhibitors' League 
of Massachusetts Inc., 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Everett, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 

Middletown, 

Boston, . 

Milford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Providence, 
Saugus, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Lowell, . 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 



Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Moses C 
Wash. 

Boston, . 



Conn. 



and 
R.L 



and 
ul ee. 



8100,000 
10,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 

7,500 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

6,000 

5,000 
50,000 

1,000 

10,000 

10,000 

40,000 

250,000 

3,000 
10,000 
25,000 
40,000 

5,000 

4,000 
10,000 
20,000 
35,000 
25,000 
50,000 
10,000 
125,000 

5,000 



SlOO 

25 

50 

100 

100 

100 

100 

50 

100 

10 

100 

100 

100 

10 

10 

100 

100 

10 

3 10 

MO 

3 100 

«100 
10 

25 

10 

35 
45 
100 

100 

100 

10 

100 

100 

100 

100 

3 100 

uoo 



1,000 
400 
200 
150 
100 
100 
75 
200 
250 

1,000 

100 

100 

60 

500 

5,000 
10 
100 

1,000 

3 2,500 

4 1,500 
3 1,000 
i 1,500 

300 

400 
2,500 

3 3,000 

4 5,000 

50 

40 

100 

2,000 

350 

250 

500 

100 

3500 
«750 



$100,000 

3,750 

550 

15,000 

10,000 

2,600 

7,500 

10,000 

25,000 

1,000 

6,000 

300 

6,000 

60 

270 

1,000 

3,000 

9,050 

3 25,000 

i 15,000 

3 30,000 

i 150.000 

3,000 

1,600 

14,050 

1375 

5,000 

4,000 

10,000 

11,010 

35,000 

25,000 

50,000 

2,000 

3 50,000 
« 75,000 



July 16, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
Aug. 29, 

1912. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Aug. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 3, 

1913. 
Nov. 12, 

1914. 
Jan. 6, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 22, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Oct. 8, 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 10, 

1914. 
Nov. 28, 

1913. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 21, 

1914. 

Feb. 13, 
1914. 



July 17, 

1914. 
May 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 13, 

1914. 
Nov. 9, 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Aug. 7, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 5, 

1913. 
Nov. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
June 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 8, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Apr. 24, 

1914. 
July 14, 

1914. 
Oct. 9, 

1914. 
July 21, 

1914. 
Oct. 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 11, 

1914. 
Dec. 9, 

1913, 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 12, 

1914. 
Sept. IS, 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 24, 

1914. 

Feb. 13, 
1914. 



1 Corporation chartered for twenty years. 

2 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



3 Preferred. 
* Conunon. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Motor-Economy Company, The, 

Mount Ida Rest Incorporated, . 

Mountain Valley Water Co., 

Mowry Electric Company, . 

Municipal Development Bureau, 

Incorporated. 
Murdock Manufacturing Co., 

Murdock-Reed Company, . 

Murphy, McDermott and Haskell 
Company. 

Muschler Galvanoplastic Com- 
pany. 

Mutual Supply Company, . 

N.CIoughCo 

N. L. Stebbins, Incorporated, 

N. W. Brown Piano Company, 

Incorporated. 
Nash Express Company, The, 

Nashua River Paper Company, . 

National Advertisers Motion Pic- 
ture Weekly Inc. 
National Cigar Stands Company, 

National Fish Co 

National Garage Company, 

National Insulate Company, 

National Jewelry Company of 
Springfield. 

National Motor Car Co. of Worces- 
ter, The. 

National Oil Company, 

National Parlor Furniture Com- 
pany. 
National Plating Company, 

National Service Corporation, 

National Shoe & Supply Co., 

National Toy Co., 

Navahoe Club, The, . 

Neapolitan Wine and Importing 

Company. 
Necdliam Laundry Company, 

Nccdham Lumber Co., 

Needham Tire Company, . 

Nelson-Hayncs Hotel Company, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Taunton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Peabody, 

Pepperell, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, ' 
Boston, . 

Everett, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 



Boston & Worces- 
ter. 
Worcester, 



Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 



Needham, 
Needham, 
Needham, 
Springfield, 



, and 
.Y. 



$10,000 
15,000 
10,000 

1,000 
25,000 

5,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 
50,000 

1,000 
15,000 
15,000 

1,000 

250,000 

10,000 

350,000 

25,000 

5,000 
25,000 

2,000 

5,000 
10,000 

5,000 

5,000 
25,000 
50,000 

1,000 
40,000 
35,000 

5,000 

20,000 

350,000 

125,000 



$100 

10 

10 

25 

5 

10 

100 

UOO 

2 100 

10 
110 

2 10 

100 
100 
10 
10 
100 
10 
1100 

2 100 

100 

100 

100 

25 

100 

100 

100 

125 
2 25 
100 

10 

10 

10 

100 

10 

100 

UOO 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 



100 

1,500 

1,000 

40 

5,000 

500 

100 

150 

2 100 

1,000 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 

10 

150 
1,500 

100 

2,500 

1,000 

1 1,600 

2 2,000 

250 

50 
250 

80 

50 
100 

50 
1100 

2 100 

250 

5,000 

100 

4,000 

350 

500 

200 

1 1,750 

2 1,750 

1750 

2 500 



$10,000 

15,000 

8,000 

1,000 

1,010 

50 

10,000 

1 5,000 

2 10,000 

40 

1 12,500 

2 25,000 

1,000 

12,600 

15,000 

1,000 

250,000 

5,020 

1 150,000 

2 200,000 

25,000 

2,400 
20,000 
2,000 
2,000 
8,000 
1,500 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 

300 

50,000 
1,000 

15,000 

35,000 
4,000 

10,300 

1 150,000 
2 175,000 

1 75,000 

2 50,000 



June 1 

1914. 
May 13 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 

1914. 
May , 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 27 

1914. 
Mch. 

1914. 
Aug. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 29 

1914. 
Dec. 8 

1913. 
June 19, 

1914. 
June 1 

1914. 
July 31 

1914. 
Apr. 11 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 13 

1914. 
July 21 

1914. 
Feb. 18 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 16 

1914. 
July 11 

1914. 
Mch. 4 

1914. 
June 10 

1914. 
Oct. 28 

1914. 
Aug. 6, 

1914. 
Oct. 22 

1914. 
Apr. 14 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914 
Oct. 22, 

1914 
June 15, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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New Bedford Bobbin Company, . 


New Bedford, 


$25,000 


1100 


250 


$5,000 


Feb. 13, 
1914 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


New England Agency Company,* 


Worcester, 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


Feb. '7, 
1914. 


Feb. 14, 
1914. 


New England Amusement Corpo- 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


1,200 


Mch. '4, 


Mch. 10, 


ration, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Autovacuum Refrig- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 26, 


erating Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Black Fox Com- 


Boston, . 


250,000 


2 10 


2 7,500 


230 


Jan. 9, 


Jan. 10, 


pany. 






3 10 


3 17,500 




1914. 


1914. 


New England Bureau of Tests, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


Incorporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England-California Corpo- 


Boston, Mass., and 


250,000 


50 


5,000 


82,500 


July 11, 


July 15, 


ration, The. 


Ripon, Cal. 










1914. 


1914. 


New England Commercial Photo- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


2,000 


June 26, 


June 27, 


graph Co. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Confectionery Com- 


Boston, . 


2,000,000 


100 


20,000 


1,529,400 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 26, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Express Company, 


Salem, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


June 15, 


June 16, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Fireproof Homes 


Springfield, Mass., 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


May 23, 


May 25, 


Company. 


and New York, 
N.Y. 
Framingham, 










1914. 


1914. 


New England Hat Co., 


50,000 


2 100 


2 250 


2 19,500 


Nov. 9, 


Nov. 10, 








3 100 


3 250 


3 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


New England Mercantile Co , 


Boston, . 


75,000 


2 10 


2 2,500 


2 5,000 


May 22, 


June 4, 








8 10 


3 5,000 


3 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


New England Merchandise Pur- 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


500 


Nov. 29, 


Dec. 2, 


chasing Company. 












1913. 


1913. 


New England Millinery Company, 


Boston, . 


3,000 


100 


30 


2,000 


July 10, 
1914. 


July 11, 
1914. 


New England Motion Picture 


Boston, . 


150,000 


25 


2 10,000 


2 50,000 


July 31, 


Aug. '3, 


Company. 






35 


2 20,000 


3 100,000 


1914. 


1914. 


New England Orthopedic Appara- 


Boston, . 


500,000 


100 


5,000 


500,000 


July 14, 


July 15, 


tus Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Panama Hat Com- 


Boston, . 


11,000 


100 


110 


11,000 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 16, 


pany, Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Paper Goods Com- 


Holyoke, 


5,000 


100 


50 


3,200 


June 30, 


July 15, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Poultry Corpo- 


Reading, 


25,000 


5 


5,000 


400 


July 8, 


July 15, 


ration. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Pressed Steel Com- 


Boston, . 


26,250 


2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 5, 


pany. 






35 


3 250 


3 1,250 


1914. 


1914. 


New England Sheep Ranch & 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


2 10 


2 3,000 


2 10,000 


May 25, 


May 29, 


Development Company. 


South Acworth, 
N. H. 
Boston, Mass., and 




3 10 


3 2,000 


3 20,000 


1914. 


1914. 


New England Theatres Company, 


5,000 


10 


500 


40 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 10, 




Concord, N. H. 










1914. 


1914. 


New England Tire and Supply 


Boston, . 


2,000 


50 


40 


2,000 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 6, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


New England Tray Company, 


SomerviUe, 


5,000 


25 


200 


5,000 


Aug. 25, 
1914. 


Aug. 28, 
1914. 


New England Vending Co., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


2 100 


2 100 


3 15,000 


Mch. 26, 


Apr. 9, 








3 100 


3 150 




1914. 


1914. 


New England Waste Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Oct. 14, 

1914. 
July 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
July 29, 

1914. 
May 25, 


Oct. 21, 
1914. 

July 27, 
1914. 

Jan. 29, 
1914. 


New Gleason Hotel Company, . 


Marlborough, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


New Method Laundry Company, 


Pittsfield, 


10,000 


25 


400 


5,000 


New Orpheum Theatre Company, 


Cambridge, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


500 


Jan. 16, 
1914 


New Park Square, Incorporated, 


Westfield, 


35,000 


100 


350 


35,000 


Aug. 1, 
1914 


New Rockland Hotel Company,* 


Boston, . 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


75,000 


May 27, 














1914. 


1914. 


New System Dental Company, . 


Newburyport, 


3,000 


50 


60 


3,000 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


Dee. 17, 
1913. 



* Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 



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[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Wliere Located. 



-5! 


"o 
o 


d 


$5,000 


$100 


50 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


5,000 


10 


500 


20,000 


100 


200 


50,000 
20,000 
15,000 


2 10 

3 10 

2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 2,500 

3 2,500 

2 100 

3 100 

150 


10,000 


100 


100 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,100 


100 


21 


3,000 


10 


300 


30,000 


10 


3,000 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


5,000 


10 


500 


1,200 


100 


12 


10,000 


100 


100 


62,000 


100 


620 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 
10,000 


2 100 

3 100 

5 


2 100 

3 400 
2,000 


1,800,000 
1,500 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 8,000 

3 10,000 

15 


10,000 


100 


100 


100,000 
25,000 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 435 

3 565 
2,500 


30,000 


100 


300 


50,000 


25 


2,000 


25,000 


10 


2,600 


70,000 


50 


1,400 


2,000 


10 


200 


750,000 
100,000 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 6,000 

3 1,500 
1,000 






03,2 



New York and Boston Smoked 

Fish Company. 
New York & New England Fuel 

Economizer Company. 
New York Bed Spring Company, 

The. 
New York Credit Co., 

Newell-Neilson Produce and Trad- 
ing Company, The.i 
Newton Lumber Co., . 

Newton .Natural Ice Company, 

Inc. 
Newton South Storage Company, 

No Ro Motor Works Company, 

Inc. 
Nordstrom Detective Agency, 

Inc. 
Norfolk Granite Company, 

Norfolk Live Stock Co., 

Norris Drug Co., 

North Billerica Company, . 

North Cambridge Theatre Com- 
pany. 
North End Amusement Company, 

North Pharmacy, Inc., 

North Shore Express Company, . 

North-Union Realty Company,* 

Northampton Hosiery Company, 

Northern Specialty Company, 

Norwood Scott Company, . 

NouveUe Lumber Company, 

Nurses' Club and Registry, 

Nye & Company, Inc., 

0. & J. Machine Company, The, . 

0. K. Purifier Co 

O'Gorman, Wade & Powers Co., 

Old Colony Chemical Company, . 

Old Colony Fur Ranching Com- 
pany. 
Old Island Silver Black Fox Co., . 

Omido Chemical Company, 

Oneida Knitting Company, Inc., 

Optical Lena Company, 



Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Springfield, 

Fitchburg, 

Boston, . 

Newton, . 

Newton, 

Newton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Quincy, 

Wrentham, 

Boston, . 

Billerica, 

Boston, . 

New Bedford, 

North Attleborough, 

Lynn, . 

Pittsfield, 

Northampton, 

Boston, Mass., and 

Portland, Ore. 
Somerville, 

Boston, Mass., and 

St. Omer, Que. 
Greenfield, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Amherst, 

Boston, Mass., and 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Southbridge, . 



S3,000 

50,000 

510 

20,000 

3 520 

2 7,000 

3 10,000 

300 

10,000 

50 

2,100 

2,100 

3,000 

10,000 

150,000 

40 

1,200 

10,000 

100,000 

5,000 

2 10,000 

3 40,000 

300 

3 300 

1,500 

2,500 

3 56,500 

25,000 

20,000 

50,000 

25,000 

70,000 

1,000 

3 500 

54,200 



Apr. 2, 

1914. 
June 23 

1914. 
June 25 

1914. 
Aug. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 26, 

1913 
Oct. 20, 

1914. 
May 28, 

1914. 
Moh. 17, 

1914 
July 6, 

1914. 
Dec. 26 

1913. 
Dec. 1 

1913. 
Oct. 9 

1914. 
June 6 

1914. 
July 22 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 24, 

1914 
Apr. 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 18 

1914. 
June 9 

1914. 
Dec. 22 

1913. 
July 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 3, 

1914 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 4 

1914. 
Apr. 6 

1914. 
July 30 

1914. 
Sept. 30 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 
Aug. 25, 

1914 
Jan. 12, 

1914 
Dec. 16, 

1913. 
Sept. 4, 

1914. 
July 20, 

1914. 
May 23, 

1914. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 2 Preferred. ' Common. < Corporation chartered until Jan. 1. 1964. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 


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Orcutt Automatic Train Control 


Boston, Mass., and 


$50,000 


sioo 


500 


$50,000 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 20, 


Company. 


Phoeni.x, Ariz. 










1914. 


1914. 




Oregon Galena Mines Company, 


Brockton, Mass.,and 
Silverton, Colo. 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


June 22, 
1914. 


July 2 
1914. 




Orent Payson Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,100 


June 30, 
1914. 


July 6 
1914. 




O'Rourke Perfect Arch Support 


Salem, . 


5,000 


' 50 


100 


5,000 


Oct. 21, 


Oct. 28 




Inc., The. 












1914. 


1914. 




Osborne, Lewis & Company Inc., 


Marblehead, . 


18,000 


100 


180 


10,500 


Jan. 2, 
1914. 


Jan. 3 
1914. 




Oulford Company, The, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


50,000 


July 27, 
1914. 


July 28 
1914. 




Outlook Mfg. Company, The, 


Worcester, 


25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 


Oct. 15, 
1914. 


Oct. 28 
1914. 




Owl Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Apr. 7, 
1914. 


Apr. 8 
1914. 




P. & L. Automatic Laundry Valve 


Salem, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


July 9, 


July 11 




Co., The. 












1914. 


1914. 




P. Crown Company, . 


Brockton, 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


75 


Jan. 31, 

1914. 


Feb. 2 
1914. 




P. Dempsey Co., The, 


Boston, . 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


250,000 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Jan. 12 
1914. 




P. J. McCormick Co., 


Cambridge, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Nov. 5, 
1914. 


Nov. 6 
1914. 




P. J. Smith Co., 


Salem, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 25, 


July 27 
















1914. 


1914. 


P. M. Chandler & Company, Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


300 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


P. R. Ziegler Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Deo. 31, 
1913. 


Feb. U, 
1914. 


Package Confectionery Company, 


Boston, . 


2,000,000 


1100 


1 10,003 


1 300,000 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 








2 100 


2 10,000 


2 1,000,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Padichah Cigarette Co., 


Boston, . 


1,500 


10 


150 


1,500 


Dec. 13, 

1913. 
Deo. 29, 


Dec. 15, 


Page Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


250,000 


1100 


1 1,000 


2 300 


1913. 
Dec. 30, 








2 100 


2 1,500 




1913. 


1913. 


Page Machine Company, Inc., . 


Haverhill, 


6,500 


1100 


150 


1600 


May 7, 


May 11, 








2 100 


2 15 


2 1,500 


1914. 


1914. 


Paige Motor Company of Boston, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Oct. 28, 

1914. 
June 4, 


Oct. 31, 


Pan American Securities Corpo- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


5 


2,000 


10,000 


1914. 
June 5, 


ration. 












1914. 


1914. 


Paris Paper Box Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Aug. 26, 

1914. 
Oct. 15, 


Sept. 30, 


Park Amusement Company Inc. of 


Springfield, 


10,000 


100 


100 


6,800 


1914. 
Nov. 18, 


Springfield. 












1914. 


1914. 


Park Avenue and 55th Street 


Worcester, 


500,000 


1100 


14,000 


1 122,600 


July 22, 


July 23, 


Corporation.^ 






2 25 


2 4,000 


2 30,575 


1914. 


1914. 


Park Building Company,' . 


Worcester, 


375,000 


1100 


1 3,000 


1 135,300 


May 14, 


May 16, 








2 25 


2 3,000 


2 75,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Park Garage Company, 


Somerville, 


10,000 


100 


_100 


4,500 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Park Square Motors Company, . 


Pittsfield, 


15,000 


1100 


1100 


1 4,500 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 19, 








2 100 


2 50 


2 4,500 


1914. 


1914. 


Park Theatre Company of Bos- 


Boston 


50,000 


100 


500 


400 


June 15, 


June 16, 


ton. 












1914. 


1914. 


Parker-Hammerton Manufactur- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


UOO 


1150 


2 17,300 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 7, 


ing Company, The. 






2 100 


2 350 




1914. 


1914. 


Parkhurst Fisheries Co., The, 


Gloucester, 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


Sept. 12, 

1914. 
Oct. 2, 


Sept. 15, 


Patheseope Company of New 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


30,000 


1914. 
Oct. 3, 


England. 












1914. 


1914. 


Pathfinder Sales Co., 


Boston, 


40,000 


10 


4,000 


40,000 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 23, 


Patten Bros. Incorporated, . 


Fall River, . 


75,000 


1100 


1250 


2 41,200 


1914. 
Jan. 26, 


1914. 
Jan. 30, 








2 100 


2 500 




1914. 


1914. 


Patterson Auto Company, . 


Conway, 


4,000 


100 


40 


4,000 


July 22, 
1914. 


Aug. 4, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



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Paul Revere Silver Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 
Plymouth, N.H. 


«50,000 


$100 


500 


S30,000 


June 4, 
1914. 


June 5, 
1914. 


Paul Wood Company, 


Somerville, 


1,000 


120 


130 


1600 


July 30, 


July 31, 








2 20 


2 20 


2 400 


1914. 


1914. 


Paulcrow Inventions, Inc., The, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


June 11, 
1914. 


June 12, 
1914. 


Peabody Interstate Express Com- 


Peabody, Mass., and 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


May 16, 


May 18, 


pany. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 










1914. 


1914. 


Peat Products Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


30 


Sept. 11, 

1914. 
June 16, 


Sept. 17, 

1914. 
June 22, 


Peerless Handcuff Company, 


Springfield, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Pemberton Realty Company,' 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


30 


Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Dec. 4, 


Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Dec. 5, 


Pentucket Ice Co., 


Georgetown, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


300 














1913. 


1913. 


Pentucket Wood Heel Company, 


Haverhill, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Nov. 6, 
1914. 


Nov. 20, 
1914. 


People's Cloak & Suit Co., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Sept. 19, 
1914. 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 


People's Co-operatiye Association 


Lynn, . 


2,500 


5 


500 


95 


Feb. 17, 


Feb. 19, 


of Lynn, Inc., The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Peoples Profit Sharing Company, 3 


Boston, . 


10,000 


5 


2,000 


1,500 


Apr. 11, 
1914. 


Apr. 14, 
1914. 


Peoples Silver Fox and Fur Com- 


Pittsfield, Mass., 


300,000 


10 


30,000 


2,000 


Sept. 25, 


Sept. 29, 


pany, The. 


and Amherst, 
N.S. 
Boston, . 










1914. 


1914. 


Percy Ford Company, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Nov. 3, 

1914. 
Sept. 22, 


Nov. 4, 

1914. 
Sept. 23, 


Perfection Jar Opener Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Perley R. Eaton Lumber Com- 


Fitchburg, 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


June 23, 


July 1, 


pany, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Persons-Arter Machine Company, 


Worcester, 


60,000 


1100 


1200 


1 20,000 


Nov. 24, 


Nov. 28, 


The. 






2 100 


2 400 


2 40,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Petersham Farmers' Cooperative 


Petersham, 


1,000 


5 


200 


55 


May 13, 


Aug. 12, 


Exchange. 












1914. 


1914. 


Phillips Home Bakery, Inc., 


Maiden, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 30, 
1914. 


July 1, 
1914. 


Phyllis Company, Incorporated, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


9,500 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


May 13, 
1914. 


Pier Fish Company Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


25,000 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


Sept. 21, 
1914. 


Pierce, Billings Co., . 


Boston, Mass., and 
Belfast, Me. 


75,000 


100 


750 


60,000 


Aug. 11, 
1914. 


Aug. 14, 
1914. 


Pigeon Hill Company, 


Rockport, 


1,000 


100 


10 


1,000 


Oct. 2, 
1914. 


Oct. 3, 
1914. 


Pittsford Power Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 


500,000 


1100 


1 2,000 


1 100,000 


Dec. 24, 


Dec. 24, 




Rutland, Vt. 




2 100 


2 3,000 


2 300,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Plato Confectionery Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


4,350 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 20, 


Inc. 












1914. 


■ 1914. 


Plymouth Foundry Company, 


Plymouth, 


30,000 


100 


300 


25,000 


July 7, 
1914. 


July 8, 
1914. 


Plymouth Lime Company, . 


Barre, Mass., and 


350,000 


1100 


1 1,000 


1 100,000 


Nov. 19, 


Dec. 2, 




Plymouth, Vt. 




2 100 


2 2,500 


2 200,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Pocasset Garage and Machine 


Fall River, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Sept. 5, 


Sept. 8, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Polar Lite Sign Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


1,300 


Nov. 3, 
1914. 


Nov. 3, 
1914. 


Polish Cliristian Industrial Asso- 


Northampton, 


15,000 


10 


1,500 


15,000 


July 28, 


July 30, 


ciation. 












1914. 


1914. 


Polish Cooperative Association of 


Boston, . 


4,000 


20 


200 


4,000 


Jan. 28, 


Feb. 11, 


Brighton, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Polish Co-operative Association of 


Palmer, 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


1,015 


June 26, 


Sept. 12, 


Throe Rivers. 












1914. 


1914. 


Poole Dry Goods Company, 


Springfield, . 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


175,000 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


Apr. 13, 
1914. 


Pope-Sisson Lumber Co., . 


Fall River, . 


40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


Jan. 26, 
1914. 


Jan. 28, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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Framingham, 


S20,000 


$25 


800 


320,000 


Sept. 8, 
1914. 


Sept. 17, 
1914. 


Porter Station Garage, Inc., 


Cambridge, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


June 30, 


June 30, 
















1914. 


1914. 


Porter's Market, Inc., • . 


Boston, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Apr. 24. 
1914. 


Apr. 25, 
1914. 


Portuguese Cooperative Union, 


New Bedford, 




1,720 


20 


86 


1,720 


Sept. IS, 


Oct. 10, 


Incorporated, The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Potter-Shurtleff Company, The, . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


8,000 


July 31, 
1914. 


Aug. 3, 
1914. 


Powell & Mendes, Inc., 


Boston, . 




3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Oct. 22, 
1914. 


Oct. 23, 
1914. 


Powers-Dundas Company, . 


Boston, . 




75,000 


110 


1 4,500 


145,000 


Dec. 15, 


Jan. 22, 










2 10 


2 3,000 


2 30,000 


1913. 


1914. 


Pratt, Staples, Bell & Young, Inc., 


Boston, . 




501,200 


uoo 

2 100 


1 5,000 
2 12 


2 1,200 


Jan. 28, 
1914. 


Jan. 30, 
1914. 


Preble-Thompson Box Toe Com- 


Lynn, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


June 8, 


June 10, 


pany (inc.). The. 














1914. 


1914. 


Prescott-Adams Table Co., 


Haverhill, 




11,000 


110 


1 1,000 


1 2,000 


Sept. 24, 


Sept. 25, 










2 10 


2 100 


2 1,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Pressed Aluminum Company, 


Worcester, 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 


Prime Fish Company, • . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


May 8, 
1914. 


June 3, 
1914. 


Prints Craft Shop, Inc., The, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


June 6, 
1914. 


June 8, 
1914. 


Prior & Mahoney Co., 


Boston, . 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Dec. 17, 
1913. ■ 


Dec. 18, 
1913. 


Prior & Townsend, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Protex Mills Company, 


Boston, Mass 
New York, 


, and 
N.Y. 


1,100 


100 


11 


1,100 


Jan. 23, 
1914. 


Feb. 13, 
1914. 


Prudential Hospital Association 


Boston, . 




100,000 


100 


1,000 


57,100 


Apr. 28, 


Mav 13, 


Company. 














1914. 


1914. 


Publishers Syndicate Co., . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


June 30, 
1914. 


July 1, 
1914. 


Purdy Tow & Water Boat Com- 


Boston, . 




35,000 


25 


1,400 


35,000 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 16, 


pany. 














1914. 


1914. 


Puritan Confectionery Company, 


Chelsea, 




1,500 


10 


150 


1,500 


Dec. 10, 
1913. 


Dec. 12, 
1913. 


Puritan Dental Company, . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


1,000 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


Puritan Wire Nail Company, 


Taunton, 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 


Purity Ice Company, . 


Newton, 




75,000 


100 


750 


1,700 


May 12, 
1914. 


May 15, 
1914. 


Putnam's Hotel Co 


Boston, . 




5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


Nov. 30, 
1914. 


Nov. '30, 
1914. 


Pyrene Sales Company, 


Worcester, 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Aug. 8, 
1914. 


Aug. 11, 
1914. 


Q. A. S. Comedy Co., 


Boston, . 




1,000 


100 


10 


1,000 


Aug. 15, 
1914. 


Aug. 20, 
1914. 


Quaker City Varnish Co. Inc., 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Aug. 12, 
1914. 


Aug. 13, 
1914. 


Quicklet Company, The, . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 17, 
1914. 


July 17, 
1914. 


Quinsig News Company, 


Boston, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


June 23, 
1914. 


June 25, 
1914. 


R & R Mfg. Co., The, 


Worcester, 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 


July 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 


R. & R. System Clothes Incorpo- 


Boston, . 




25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 


rated. 














1914. 


1914. 


R. B. Gage Companj', 


Saugus, . 




5,000 


10 


500 


1,000 


Jan. 15, 
1914. 


Jan. 16, 
1914. 


R. D. Marson Moving Picture 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Dec. 12, 


Feb. 3, 


Company of Massachusetts. 














1913. 


1914. 


R. H. Stebbins Company, . 


Fall River, . 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 8, 














1914. 


1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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R. L. Merrill & Co. (Inc.), . 


Boston, . 


$25,000 


$100 


250 


$1,000 


Apr. 9, 
1914. 


Apr. 10, 
1914. 


R. S. Hamilton Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Feb. 24, 
1914. 


Feb. 27, 
1914.H 


R. Woodman Manufacturing and 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


May 5, 


May 14, 


Supply Company, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Rabbi Isaac Elchonon Aid As- 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


500 


Nov. 5, 


Dec. ". 4, 


sociation. 












1913. 


H913. 


Rabinowitz Delicatessen and 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Dec. 8, 


Dec. 13, 


Lunch Company. 












1913. 


1913. 


Radium Sign Company, 


Melrose, 


40,000 


uoo 


1200 


1 10,000 


Aug. 26, 


Aug."' 26, 








2 100 


2 200 


2 20,000 


1914. 


' 1914. ' 


Railway Signal Sales Company, . 


Newton, 


1,000 


5 


200 


1,000 


Dec. 8, 
1913. 


Dec. ieii,8, 
. 1913. 


Rainium Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


125 


1200 


1 3,700 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 6, 








2 25 


2 200 


2 3,000 


1914. 


i 1914. 


Raymond Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Oct. 3, 


Oct. 6, 


pany. 












1914. 


■ 1914. 


Read Brothers Company, . 


Somerset, 


23,000 


100 


230 


23,000 


Dec. 22, 
1913. 


Jan. 2, 
1914.1 


Ready-Sketch Company, 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Apr. 23, 
1914. 


Real Estate Mortgage Loan Com- 


Springfield, . 


200,000 


1100 


1 1,000 


2 3,000 


Apr. 23, 


May 20, 


pany, The.3 






2 100 


2 1,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Reed Disinfecting Company ,The, 


Middleboro, Mass., 
and Providence, 
R. L 

Boston, Mass., and 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Aug. 3, 
1914. 


Aug. 12, 
1914. 


Reed Shoe Company, 


150,000 


1100 


1 1,200 


1 120,000 


July 23, 


July 23, 




Manchester, N. H. 




2 100 


2 300 


2 30,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Regal Cloak Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


300 


Feb. 14, 
1914. 


Feb. ■ 17, 
1914. 


Regan Bay State Hotel Company, 


Worcester, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


May 26, 
1914. 


June '10, 
1914. 


Reliable Prescription Store, Inc., 


Boston, . 


5.000 


100 


50 


4,100 


May 20, 


June 6, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Renovating Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


300 


July 16, 
1914. 


Aug. 28, 
1914. 


Renton Motor Car Company, 


Haverhill, 


2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Aug. 15, 
1914. 


Aug. 18, 
1914. 


Revere Beach Amusement and 


Revere, . 


15,000 


50 


300 


15,000 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 27, 


Construction Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Revere Dairy Lunch Company, . 


Revere, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


4,950 


May 8, 
1914. 


May 15, 
1914. 


Reynolds Oil & Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


20,000 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 


Feb. 19, 
1914. 


Rheumo Chemical Co., 


Brockton, 


15,000 


50 


300 


5,000 


Apr. 11, 
1914. 


Apr. 13, 
1914.1 


Rice Chocolate Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1300 


1 5,000 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 30, 








2 100 


2 200 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Rice Drug Company, 


Framingham, 


6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


Oct. 24, 
1914. 


Oct. 30, 
1914. 


Richard Healy Company, . 


Worcester, 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Apr. 23, 
1914. 


Richard Mayer Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Oct. 8, 
1914. 


Oct. 8, 
1914. 


Ridgewood Mills, The, 


Springfield, 


15,000 


125 


1300 


2 7,500 


Aug. 19, 


Aug. 27, 








2 25 


2 300 




1914. 


1914. 


Robbins-Putnam Company. The, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


3,010 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Jan. 13, 
1914. 


Robert Fawcett and Son Com- 


Cambridge, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Sept. 21, 


Sept. 24, 


pany, Incorporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Roblin-Schiller Company, . 


Boston, 


10,000 


100 


100 


4,000 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


Dec. 10, 
1913. 


Rochester Pants Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


50 


200 


3,300 


Oct. 17, 

1914. 
Nov. 5, 


Oct. 21, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 


Rockland Cooperative Market 


Rockland, 


20,000 


110 


1 1,000 


1 10,000 


Inc. 






2 10 


2 1,000 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Rockland Webbing Company, 


Rockland, 


75,000 


100 


750 


47,200 


Dec. 4, 
1913. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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1914.1 



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S50 


100,000 


50 


4,000 


50 


7,500 


100 


15,000 


100 


100,000 


100 


100,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


1,500 


10 


5,000 


10 


5,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


750,000 


100 


15,000 


10 


25,000 


100 


100,000 
20,000 


= 100 

3 100 

100 


50,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


5,000 


10 


10,000 


10 


50,000 
15,000 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


20,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


100 



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Roeder-Hayes Company, . 

Roller Saddle Attachment Com- 
pany. 
Roma Importing Co., 

Rosenberg Brothers Inc., . 

Roxbury Chemical Works, Inc., 

Roxbury Crossing Realty Com- 

pany.i 
Roxbury Distilling Company, 

Royal Amusement Company, 

Royale Drug Company, The, 

Rundlett-Norwood Company, 

Russcol Bros., Inc., . 

Russian Importing Company, 

Ryan and White Company, 

S. B. Thing & Company, Inc., 



S. Czapas Clock Company, 

S. D. Cohen Company, 

S. G. ShaghaUan & Co., Inc., 

Sackett Brothers Company, 

Safety Steering Gear Company, . 

St. James Amusement Company, 

The. 
St. James Confectionery Co., Inc., 

Sake Company, . 

Salem Leather Company, 

Salem Lumber Company, 

Salem Theatre Inc., . 

Salem Tip Finish Company, Adlin 

Method, The. 
Sales Guarantee Corporation, The, 

Salisbury Water Company, 

Sally Lunn Food Shops, Inc., 



Cambridge, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., and 

Baltimore, Md. 
Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Boston, Mass., Fort 
Wayne, Ind., Buffa- 
lo, N. Y., Roches- 
ter, N. Y., Amster- 
dam, N. Y., Troy, 
N. Y., Kingston, 
N. Y., Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., Bridge- 
port, Conn., Meri- 
den, Conn., and 
Hartford, Conn. 

Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Gloucester, 



Boston, Mass, 
New York, ' 
Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Salem, . 

Salem, . 

Salem, . 

Salem, . 

Stoneham, 

Salisbury, 

Boston, . 



and 
. Y. 



200 

2,000 

80 

75 

150 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

150 

500 

50 

100 

100 

7,500 



1,500 
250 

2 500 

3 500 
200 

500 

500 

500 

1,000 

2 250 

3 250 
150 

200 

100 

100 

10,000 

100 



$10,000 

50,350 

200 

3,500 

15,000 

50,000 

100,000 

15,000 

1,500 

400 

1,500 

10,000 

5,500 

63,100 



15,000 
11,000 

2 50,000 

3 50,000 
20,000 

50,000 

50,000 

2,600 

5,000 

2 25,000 

3 25,000 
15,000 

20,000 

6,000 

10,000 

100,000 

300 



Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Oct. 27, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
July 20, 

1914. 
June 17, 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
July 6, 

1914. 
July 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Oct. 27, 

1913. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 



May 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 2, 

1913. 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 26. 

1914. 
Oct. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 11, 

1914. 
Oct. 26, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Apr. 4, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Aug. 18, 

1914. 



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2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 



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Haverhill, 


$5,000 


sioo 


50 


$5,000 


Mch. 16 
1914. 


Mch. 20, 
1914. 


Samuel Holmes Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Oct. 5 
1914. 


Oct. 5, 
1914. 


Samuel Zoll Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


15,000 


Dec. 22 
1913. 


Dec. 22, 
1913. 


Sanford Street Garage Company, 


Springfield, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


8.000 


Mch. 18 
1914. 


Mch. 26, 
1914. 


Sanger Manufacturing Co., 


Boston, 


40,000 


10 


4,000 


40,000 


June 1 
1914. 


June 12, 
1914. 


Sanigenic Products Company, 


Holyoke, 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Jan. 13 
1914. 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Sanitary Cigar Cutter Co., . 


Boston, . 


30,000 


10 


3,000 


30,000 


June 16 
1914. 


June 18, 
1914. 


Saranac Realty Co., The.i . 


Somerville, 


50,000 


2 10 


2 3,000 


3 30 


Mch. 2 


Mch. 26, 








3 10 


3 2,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Saskatchewan Land and Trading 


Boston, Mass., and 


1,250,000 


2 100 


2 4,500 


2 450,000 


Dec. 15 


Dec. 18, 


Company.'* 


Moose Jaw, Sas- 
katchewan. 




3 100 


3 8,000 


3 800,000 


1913. 


1913. 


Scannell Boiler Works, 


Lowell, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Jan. 31 
1914. 


Feb. 9, 
1914. 


Scenic Realty Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Feb. 13 
1914. 


Feb. 16, 
1914. 


Sea Food Stores Company, . 


Somerville, 


10,000 


2 10 


2 500 


3 5,000 


Sept. 30 


Oct. 2, 








8 10 


3 500 




1914. 


1914. 


Seaman Engine Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Oct. 23 
1914. 


Oct. 24, 
1914. 


Seamless Felt Slipper Company, 


Georgetown, . 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


5,000 


Sept. 21 
1914. 


Sept. 24, 
1914. 


Sears and Baker Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


5,000 


Aug. 14 
1914. 


Aug. 15, 
1914. 


Seashore Ice Cream Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 
Old Orchard, Me. 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Apr. 14 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Seaside Taxi Company, 


Lynn, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Apr. 13 
1914. 


Apr. 24, 
1914. 


Seiniger Publishing Company, 


Boston, . 


■15,000 


5 


3,000 


20 


Apr. 1 


Apr. 3, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Seth W. Fuller Electric Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


2 100 


2 420 


3 300 


Sept. 1 


Sept. 2, 








3 100 


3 80 




1914. 


1914. 


Severino Macaroni Company, 


Worcester, 


4,000 


100 


40 


4,000 


Apr. 3 
1914. 


Apr. 7, 
1914. 


Sharon Fox Breeders Co., . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


25 


2,000 


33,175 


Oct. 19 
1914. 


Oct. 26, 
1914. 


Shawmut Steam.ship Company, . 


Boston, . 


950,000 


2 100 


2 1,500 


2 700 


Mch. 14 


Mch. 17, 








3 100 


3 8,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Sheinwald Andrews Company, . 


Boston, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


June 4 
1914. 


June 26. 
1914. ■ 


Shepard Circular Fabric Com- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


Dec. 20 


Dec. 20, 


pany. 






3 100 


3 750 


3 75.000 


1913. 


1913. 


Shepard, Gourd Company, . 


Melrose, 


30,000 


2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


Sept. 28 


Sept. 28, 








3 100 


3 50 


3 5,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Shepard Manufacturing Company, 


Melrose, 


200,000 


2 100 


2 1,000 


2 100,000 


Mch. 13 


Mch. 16, 


The. 






3 100 


3 1,000 


3 100,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Sherman Construction Company, 


Salem, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


60,000 


Sept. 23 
1914. 


Oct. 9, 
1914. 


Shirley Amusement Company, . 


Winthrop, 


51,000 


100 


510 


51,000 


Mch. 18 
1914. 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


Shirt-Board Advertising Com- 


Gardner, 


1,500 


50 


30 


1,500 


Oct. 19 


Oct. 28, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Siegel-Cavanagh Mnfg. Co. (Inc.), 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


2 10 


2 2,000 


3 30 


Sept. 3 


Sept. 3, 




Providence, R. I. 




3 10 


3 3,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Silent Salesman Syndicate, Inc., . 


Boston, . . ■ . 


50,000 


2 10 


2 2,500 


2 11,000 


July 15 


July 17, 








3 10 


3 2,500 


3 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Simmons Hardware Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 8 
1914. 


June 8, 
1914. 


Simmons Manufacturing Company 


Cambridge, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 29 


July 29, 


of Massachusetts. 












1914. 


1914. 


Simon Box Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


Oct. 29 
1914. 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 



1 Corporation chartered for twenty-five years. 
' Preferred. 



3 Common. 

■i Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



45 



Articles of Orgmiization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



"p. 
ca 
O 

If 

< 




$10,000 


85 


3,000 


10 


25,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


250,000 


100 


5,000 


so 


10,000 


100 


30,000 


100 


1,500 


100 


75,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


1,200 


10 


25,000 


50 


25,000 


100 


10,000 


5 


10,000 


10 


30,000 


15 


2,000 


100 


8,000 


100 


75,000 


5 


50,000 
10,000 


15 
25 

100 


5,000 


25 


5,000 


10 


30,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


20,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


18,000 


50 


50,000 


100 


250,000 
100,000 
60,000 


1100 

2 100 

1 100 

2 100 

100 









■73 -g 



Simplex Lock Company, 

Sinclair Hardware Company, 

Slater Shoe Company, 

Smith & Perkins, Inc., 

Smith Paper Company, 

Smith Photo Co., 

Smith Tire Valve Company, 

Snow Bros. Co., 

Snyder-Delerzon Company, In- 
corporated. 
Somerset Baths Incorporated, 

Somerset Company, Inc., . 

Somerville Olympia Company, 

Somerville Wood Working Com- 
pany. 
Somore Gum & Sweets Company, 

South Barre and District Coopera- 
tive Association. 
South Boston Cooperative Society, 

So. Boston Lithuanian Co-opera- 
tive Association. 
South Shore Delivery Company 

Sovereign Waist Company, 

Spar-light Company, . 

Spauldings Incorporated, . 

Special Tool Company, 

Specialty Cloak and Skirt Com- 
pany. 
Specialty Company, The, . 

Spinney Realty Company ,3 

Sprague & Company Limited, 

Spring Farm Poultry Company, 

Springfield Baking Company,* 

Springfield Chemical Products 
Company. 

Springfield Painting and Decorat- 
ing Company Inc. 

Springfield Silver-Black Fox Com- 
pany. 

Springfield Transit Company, 

Springfield Valve Company, 

Springfield Wholesale Grocery 
Company, Incorporated. 



Boston, . 

Medford, 

Boston, Mass 
New York, 
Brockton, 

Lee, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 



and 

N.y. 



Boston, . 
Somerville, 
Somerville, 
Waltham, 
Barre, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cohasset, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Hanover, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Littleton, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 



2,000 

300 

250 

250 

2,500 

100 

100 

300 

15 

750 

500 

120 

500 

250 

2,000 

1,000 

2,000 

20 

80 

15,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 

100 

200 

500 

300 

500 

150 

200 

250 

360 

500 

1 1,000 

2 1,500 

1250 

2 750 

600 



S 10,000 

3,000 

5,000 

25,000 

250,000 

5,000 

10,000 

30,000 

1,500 

75,000 

50,000 

1,200 

10,550 

11,300 

10,000 

500 

30,000 

2,000 

300 

75,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 

1,900 

3,000 

5,000 

300 

50,000 

15,000 

20,000 

25,000 

11,500 

6,500 

1 25,000 
2 150,000 

1 10,000 

2 75,000 
60,000 



Dec. 19, 

1913. 
Nov. 24, 

1914. 
Apr. 4, 

1914. 
Dec. 16, 

1913. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
July 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Oct. 27, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
June 22, 

1914. 
July 8, 

1914. 
Dec. 8, 

1913. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Apr. 15, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Sept. 5, 

1914. 
Nov. 15, 

1913. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 12, 

1914. 
Jan. 23, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 
June 16, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 



Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Dec. 17, 

1913. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
July 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Nov. 16, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
July 31. 

1914. 
Mch. 24, 

1914. 
June 23, 

1914. 
Julv 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 22, 

1913. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 5, 

1914. 
May 6, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Sept. 14, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Oct. 23. 

1914. 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
July 17, 

1914. 
July 23, 

1914. 
May 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



5 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

* Corporation chartered for forty-five years. 



46 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



§02 fflPn 



Stack Heater Company, 

Standard Fish Company, 

Standard Package Company, 

Standard Plunger Elevator Com- 
pany. 

Standard Shoe Machinery Com- 
pany. 
Stanwood Manufacturing Co., 

Star Bottling Company, 

Star Cement Company, 

Star Theatres Incorporated, 

Starrett & Simes Company, 

Steama Furniture Company, 

Stenman Wire Specialty Com- 
pany. 
Sterling Auto Company, 

Sterling Motor Car Company, 

Sterling Motor Company, .- 

Sterling Silk Hosiery Company, 

Stevens Ice Company, The,^ 

Stewart Bottling Company, 

Stoddard Rubber Co., Inc., 

Stone and Forsyth Company, 

Stoneham Tool & Machine Com- 
pany. 
Strand Theatre Company of Lynn, 

Strand Theatres Incorporated, 

Sturtevant and Hook Corporation, 

The. 
Sturtevant, Whiting Company, . 

Stutz Motor Car Company of 

Boston. 
Stutz Motor Service & Auto Re- 
^ pair Company of Boston. 
Suburban Publishing Co. Inc., 

Suffolk Construction Company, 

Suffolk Furniture Co., 

Suffolk Square Pharmacy Inc., 

Sumatra Coffee Company, . 

Sumner Avenue Extension Com- 
pany." 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Worcester, Mass., 
and New York, 
N.Y. 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 
Fall River, 
Brockton, 

Brockton, 
Springfield, 
Melrose, 
Boston, . 



Worcester and 

bury. 
Boston, . 



Mill 



Stoneham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
North Attleborouph, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Watertown, 
Cambridge, 
Cambridge, 
Maiden, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 



S80,000 
25,000 
150,000 
750,000 

25,000 
20,000 
12,000 
50,000 
10,000 

3,500 
30,000 

8.000 

15,000 

500,000 

50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
25,000 
60,000 
200,000 

5,000 

425,000 

10,000 

9,000 
40,000 
30,000 

2,000 

5,000 
10,000 

5,000 

6,000 
10,000 

5,000 



ISIOO 

2 100 

100 
1100 

2 100 

100 



100 

25 

110 

2 10 

10 
100 
100 
100 
100 

3 10 

MO 

2 10 

110 

2 10 

10 

15 
25 
10 

1100 

2 100 

100 

100 

1100 

2 100 

10 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
5 
100 
100 
100 
100 



1400 
2400 

250 

1350 

2 1,150 

7,500 



200 

480 

1 1,000 

2 4,000 

1,000 

35 

300 



150 

3 20,000 

« 10,000 

2 20,000 

12,500 

2 2,500 

10,000 

1 6,000 

2 4,000 
2,500 

1300 
2300 
2,000 



1 1,250 

2 3,000 

1,000 

90 

400 

300 

40 

50 

2,000 

50 

60 

100 

50 



1 $2,200 

2 40,000 
25,000 

1 35,000 

2 115,000 

750,000 



15,000 
20,000 
11,700 
2 12,500 
10,000 
3,500 
30,000 
6,000 
10,000 

3 200,000 

4 100,000 
2 200,000 

130 

50,500 
2 10,200 

25,000 
2 20,000 
200,000 
5,000 
2300 
1,540 
9,000 

40,000 

30,000 
2,000 
5,000 
1,000 
3,000 
6,000 
5,100 
5,000 



Oct. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 25, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
Aug. 6, 

1914. 

Sept. 4, 

1914. 
July 21, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Sept. 19, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
June 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Aug. 29, 

1914. 
June 30. 

1914. 

Jan. 28, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 17, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Sept. 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Sept. 4, 

1914. 
Sept. 15, 

1914. 
Dec. 10, 

1913. 
July 7, 

1914. 
Dec. 8, 

1913. 
Aug. 7, 

1914. 
Nov. 13, 

1914. 
July 17, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 7, 

1914. 
Aug. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' First preferred. 
* Second preferred. 



5 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
" Corporation chartered for forty-nine j 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



47 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



"3 

1 
o 

1-2 

-gCQ 

<! 


Ph 


s 

d 
iz; 


$50,000 
25,000 


isioo 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 250 

250 


20,000 


10 


2,000 


18,000 
25,000 
5,000 


110 

no 

1100 

2 100 

5 


1600 
2 1,200 
1100 
2 150 
1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


100 


100 


30,000 


100 


300 


10,000 


100 


100 


20,000 


100 


200 


25,000 


50 


500 


25,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 150 

50 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


100 


50 


50,000 


100 


500 


16,000 


100 


160 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


10 


500 


10,000 


100 


100 


30,000 


10 


3,000 


1,100,000 


1100 

2 100 


1 5,000 

2 6,000 


5,000 


10 


500 


100,000 
15,000 


125 
2 25 
100 


1 2,000 

2 2,000 

150 


25,000 


100 


250 


9,000 


100 


90 


10,000 


100 


100 


4,500 


100 


45 


125,000 


100 


1,250 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


10,000 


100 


100 



§2 






Sun American Publishing Com- 
pany. 

Sun Electric Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Sunset View Inc., 

Sunshine Theatre Company, 

Superior Lunch Company, . 

Supply Trades Credit Bureau Inc. 

Surpass Leather Corporation, 

Sutherland Company, Incorpo- 
rated, The. 
Syrian-American Company, 

T. A. Callahan Company, 

T. C. Kelleher Company, 

T. D. Downing Co., . 

T. F. Graham Co., . 

T. J. Broderick Company, 

T. J. Flynn Metal Works Inc 
The. 

T. T. Greenwood & Son, Incorpo- 
rated. 

T Wharf Supply and Rental Com- 
pany.3 

Talbot & Co., Inc., . 

Taunton Mill End Company, The, 

Taunton Produce Company, 

Taylor & Mayo Company, . 

Taylor Gluem Company, . 

Tennessee Valley Light & Power 
Company. 

Terminal Confectionery Co. Inc 

Textile Manufacturing Company, 

Thibodeau Business College Inc. 

Thomas A. Elston Company, 

Thomas and Company, Inc., 

Thomas Box Company, Inc., 

Thomas Sutton Company, The, 

Thompson Course Incorporated, 
The. 

Thompson, Dawson Hide-Season- 
ing Machine Company, The. 

Thompson Farms Company, 

Thorp & Martin Typewriter Co. 



Lawrence, 

Hanson, 

Newton, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Fall River, 



and 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 
Abington, 



Ipswich, 
Cambridge, 
Gardner, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Taunton, 
Taunton, 
Boston, . 
Boston* . 



Worcester, Mass., 
and Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

Boston, . 



Westfield, 
Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Needham, 
Worcester, 
Springfield, 
Pembroke, 
Boston, . 



2 §300 

25,000 

12,300 

1 6,000 
2 12,000 
2 12,000 

250 

10,000 

10,000 

30,000 

5,000 

15,500 

25,000 

1 4,000 

2 6,000 

700 

300 

5,000 

16,500 

16,000 

3,000 

1,110 

9,000 

30,000 

1 1,700 
2 300 

5,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

15,000 

300 

9,000 

10,000 

4,500 

125,000 

50,000 

50,000 

10,000 



Mch. 23 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914 
Oct. 19, 

1914 
June 24, 

1914. 
Aug. 20, 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 23 

1913. 
July 20, 

1914, 
Apr. 24, 

1914 
July 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
June 8 

1914. 
Apr. 18 

1914. 
June 26, 

1914. 
June 2, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
May 11 

1914. 
May 27, 

1914 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Nov. 28, 

1914 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 23 

1914. 

Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Oct. 29 

1914. 
Aug. 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
May 

1914. 
Sept. 

1914. 
Dec. 6, 

1913. 
Nov. 5, 

1913. 
Feb. 

1914. 
June 19, 

1914, 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



48 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






Thrasher's Inn, Inc., 

Thurston Nut Lock Company, 

The. 
Tishler Levinson Company, The, 

Titus & Buckley Company, 

Tomer-Fisher Corporation, . 

Tompkins-Stoddard Company, 

Torpedo Brand Manufacturing 

Company, 
Tradesmen and Purchasers As 

sociation. The. 
Tremont Cooperative Society, 

Tremont Theatre Publishing Com 

pany. 
Trio Manufacturing Co., 

Trombly-AUen Jewelry Company, 

Truesdale Clinic, Inc., The, 

Tubenabrush Co., 

Tudor Ice Cream Co., 

Tuners Supply Company,^ . 

Turner-Brown Company, . 

Tutein, Shoules & Clay Co., 

T waits Manufacturing Company, 

Twentieth Century Chemical 

Company, The. 
Twenty Associates of Gloucester, 

Incorporated.^ 
Twin Cities Ice Company, . 

Tyngsboro Ice Company, . 

Union Fruit and Produce Com 

pany. 
Union Glue Company, 

Union Grocery Company, . 

Union Laundry Company of Bos- 
ton. 
Union Metal Works Inc., . 

Union Motion Picture Theatre 

Corporation. 
Union Oyster House Inc., . 

Union Sales Co. Inc., . 

Union Square Dry Goods Co., 

Union Square Olympia Company, 

Union Wholesale Drug Co., 



Boston, Mass, 
So. Royalton, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Brookline, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Springfield, 

Gloucester, 

New Bedford, 

Tyngsboro, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 



, and 

Vt. 



S40,000 
50,000 
15,000 
50,000 
50,000 

1,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 

5,000 
20,000 
100,000 
50,000 
50,000 
1 3,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
15,000 
50,000 
325,000 
150,000 

5,000 
50,000 

2,000 
20,000 
50,000 

5,000 

5,000 
20,000 
25,000 

5,000 
40,000 



1S25 
2 25 
110 

2 10 

50 

100 

UOO 

2 100 

10 
100 
25 
10 
100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 
10 
1100 
10 
10 

100 

100 

50 

5 

110 

2 10 

10 
50 
10 
100 
100 
100 
50 
100 
100 
100 
10 
200 



1 2,000 

2 3,000 

300 

500 

1150 

2 350 

100 

100 

2,000 

1,000 

50 

200 

1 2,500 

2 7,500 

500 

5,000 

130 

2,500 

1,000 

100 

100 

300 

10,000 

1 22,500 

2 10,000 

15,000 

100 

5,000 

20 
200 
500 
100 

50 
200 
250 
500 
200 



1 810,000 

2 20,000 

2 30 

6,500 

40,600 

2 20,100 

1,000 

4,000 

50,000 

1,000 

300 

5,000 

2 50 

18,700 

50,000 

1 3,000 

30 

1,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

36,000 

1450 

2 150 

150,000 

5,000 

50,000 

2,000 

20,000 

50,000 

5,000 

5,000 

20,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5,000 



Sept. 12, 

1913. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Nov. 22, 

1913. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Sept. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 17, 

1914. 
July 14, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
Dec. 30, 

1913. 
June 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Apr. 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. ■ 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Sept. 10, 

1914. 
May 7, 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
May 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Mch. 9. 

1914. 
Oct. 29, 

1914. 
July 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 7, 

1914. 
May 27, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

* Corporation chartered for forty-nine years. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



49 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



"3 
'S. 
o 

1" 


"o 

3 

=« 03 
> S. 


d 


$100,000 
50,000 
250,000 


iSlOO 

2 100 

125 

2 25 

25 


1400 

2 600 
1 1,000 
2 1,000 
10,000 


10,000 


25 


400 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


20,000 
100,000 


110 

2 10 

10 


1 1,000 
2 1,000 
10,000 


200,000 
250,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1750 

2 1,250 
2,500 


5,000 


10 


500 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


2,500 


100 


25 


25,000 


100 


250 


50,000 


50 


1,000 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


5,000 


50 


100 


10,000 


50 


200 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


50,000 


100 


500 


100,000 


5 


20,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


50 


100 


30,000 


5 


6,000 


25,000 
50,000 


15 
25 
100 


1 2,000 

2 3,000 

500 


400,000 


100 


4,000 


100,000 
5,000 


uoo 

2 100 

10 


1300 

2700 

500 


50,000 
5,000 


110 

2 10 

50 


1 2,500 

2 2,500 

100 


300,000 


100 


3,000 



2 O C1-I3 



United Dairy Products Company, 
The. 

United Grocers Wholesale Com- 
pany of Marlboro. 

United Grocers Wholesale Com- 
pany of New England. 

United Grocery Company, Inc., . 

United Honing & Stropping Ma- 
chine Company. 
United Limb & Brace Co., The, 

United Merchants Corporation, 



United Milk Products Company, 

The. 
United Pharmaceutical Company, 

United Remedy Co., Inc., . 

United Retailers, Inc., The, 

United Skirt Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

United States Color & Chemical 
Company. 

United States Electric Generator 
Company. 

United States Fuel Company, 

United States Hopper Company, 
United States Match Plate Co., . 

United States Radiator Corpo- 
ration of Massachusetts. 

United States Tropical Food Com- 
pany. 

United Tailoring Company, Inc. 

United Textile Company, . 

Universal Appliance Company ,' 

Universal Refining Company, 

Universal Stamping Company, 

Universal Trading Bond & Coupon 

Company.'' 
Utilities Equipment Company, 

Utley Company, The, 

Van Ormer Coal Company,'' 

Van Slyck Publishing Company, 

Vassara Fruit Co., Inc., 

Vehicle Spring Supporter Com- 
pany. 
Vendome Taxicab Company, Inc. 

Verde Antique Quarries Company, 



Boston, . 
Marlboro, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 



Springfield, Mass., 
and New York, 
N.Y. 

Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Watertown, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Boston, Mass, 
Providence, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, Mass 
Ormer and 
Timber, Pa. 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



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Van 
Fallen 



1 S40,000 
2 60,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
250,000 

1,875 

30,100 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

750 

1 75,000 

2 125,000 

300 

5,000 

30 

2,500 

6,200 

50,000 

15 

5,000 

5,300 

10,000 

25,000 

5,000 

5,000 

100,000 

10,000 

5,000 

3,300 

1 10,000 

2 15,000 

40,000 



1 30,000 

2 70,000 

2,100 

1 12,500 

2 25,000 

1,000 

400 



July 6, 
1914. 

May 



1914. 
May 1 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914 
Feb. 19, 

1914 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914 

Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Dec. 11 

1913. 
Jan. 23 

1914. 
Aug. 19 

1914. 
Oct. 28, 

1914 
Mch. 6, 

1914 
Aug. 

1914 
Jan. 27, 

1914 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 13 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 17, 

1914 
July 20, 

1914 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 25 

1914. 
Nov. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 9, 

1914. 
Oct. 24 

1914. 
Apr. 6 

1914. 

Sept. 26, 

1914. 
May 21 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 21 

1914. 



July 7, 

1914. 
May 2, 

1914. 
May 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 13, 

1914. 

Apr. 11, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 
Oct. 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Aug. 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 

1914. 
Nov. 18, 

1914. 
Aug. 24, 

1914. 
Jan. 9, 

1914. 
Apr. 25, 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Oct. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 

Sept. 28, 

1914. 
June 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



Corporation 
Corporation 



chartered for twenty years, 
chartered for fifty years. 



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Vermont Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


$10,000 


sioo 


100 


$10,000 


June 19, 
1914. 


June 20, 
1914. 


Victor Chocolate Company, Inc., 


Brockton, 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Feb. 21, 
1914. 


Victor Hat Company, 


Springfield, 


50,000 


1100 


1250 


2300 


July 2, 


July 9, 








2 100 


2 250 




1914. 


1914. 


"Vim" Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,200 


Feb. 26, 
1914. 


Feb. 27, 
1914. 


Vincenzo Rey, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


400 


June 2, 
1914. 


June 5, 
1914. 


Vineyard Transportation Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


1,000 


June 12, 


June 12, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Vitalait Laboratory of New Eng- 


Newton, 


150,000 


1100 


1750 


1 50,000 


Dec. 23, 


Dec. 23, 


land, Inc., The. 






2 100 


2 750 


2 75,000 


1913. 


191.^. 


Vulcan Fibre Company, 


Boston, . 


200,000 


125 


1 2,000 


1 50,000 


May 6, 


May 18, 








2 25 


2 6,000 


2 150,000 


1914. 


1914. 


W. A. Robinson & Co. Inc., 


New Bedford, 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


150,000 


Jan. 24, 
1914. 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


W. & A. Bacon Company, . 


Boston, . 


1,500,000 


1100 


1 5,000 


1 400,000 


Mch. 16, 


Mch. 16, 








2 100 


2 10,000 


2 800,000 


1914. 


1914. 


W. B. Huette Shoe Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Sept. 15, 
1914. 


Sept. 15, 
1914. 


W. F. & J. S. Kingsbery Co., . 


Boston, Mass., and 
Portland, Me. 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 14, 
1914. 


Sept. 28, 
1914. 


W. F. Cobb Company, 


FrankUn, 


50,000 


1100 


1250 


1100 


June 5, 


June 8, 








2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


W. H. Bennett Co., . 


Lynn, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Dec. 2, 
1913. 


Dec. 3. 
1913. 


W. H. Brayton Co., . 


Newton, 


5,000 


25 


200 


3,100 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Apr. 24, 
1914. 


W. H. Ellis & Son Company, 


Boston, . 


61,500 


100 


615 


61,500 


May 13, 
1914. 


May 15, 
1914. 


W. H. Miner Chocolate Company, 


Springfield, Mass., 


750,000 


1100 


1 2,500 


1 250,000 


Mch. 28, 


Apr 23, 




and New York, 
N. Y. 
Boston, . 




2 100 


2 5,000 


2 500,000 


1914. 


1914. 


W. H. Riddle & Son, Inc., . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 9, 


Sept. 11, 














1914. 


1914. 


W. H. Young Company, The, 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


1100 


1350 


1 35,000 


Oct. 13, 


Oct. 16, 




New York, N. Y. 




2 100 


2 150 


2 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


W. J. Casey Company, The, 


Somerville, 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


Jan. 2, 
1914. 


W. J. Jennison Flour Company, . 


Springfield, Mass., 
and Minneapolis, 
Minn. 


50,000 


100 


500 


5,000 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


W. L. Jackson & Sons Company, . 


Quincy, 


6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


Nov. 16, 
1914. 


Nov. 19, 
1914. 


W. M. Christie and Son Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


W.R.ElUottCo 


Boston, . 


10.000 


1100 


150 


1 3,000 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 27, 








2 100 


250 


2 4,500 


1914. 


1914. 


W. S. Bray & Son, Inc., . 


Haverhill, 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


Jan. 21, 
1914. 


Jan. 26, 
1914. 


W. V. Small Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 


75,000 


110 


1 2,500 


1 25,000 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 5, 




Providence, R. I. 




2 10 


25,000 


2 50,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Walk Hill Garage Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 14, 
1914. 


Sept. 15, 
1914. 


Walker & Watson, Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Oct. 7, 
1914. 


Oct. 9, 
1914. 


Walker Press, Inc., The, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


4,000 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Nov. 3, 
1914. 


Wallace Nutting, Incorporated, . 


Framingham, 


250,000 


1100 


1 1,250 


1 125,000 


Jan. 2S, 


Jan. 30, 








2 100 


2 1,250 


2 125,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Walter B. Hennigan Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


50 


200 


5,000 


Jan. 14, 
1914. 


Jan. 15. 
1914. 


Walter J. Bates, Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


- 


Sept. 3, 
1914. 


Sept. 14, 
1914. 


Walter S. Barnes & Son, Incorpo- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


1100 


1500 


1 50,000 


Deo. 22, 


Dec. 26, 


rated. 






2 100 


2500 


2 50,000 


1913. 


1913. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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Waltham Bag & Paper Company, 


Boston, . 


$15,000 


iSlOO 


150 


1 $5,000 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 13, 








2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Waltham Electric Co., 


Waltham, 


5,000 


10 


500 


30 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Waltham Foundry Co., 


Waltham, 


48,000 


240 


200 


24,000 


Oct. 17, 
1914. 


Oct. 20, 
1914. 


Wamesit Worsted Company, 


Boston, . 


6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


July 8, 
1914. 


July 25, 
1914. 


Ware Coupling and Nipple Com- 


Ware, . 


55,000 


1100 


1150 


1 15,000 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 9, 


pany. 






2 100 


2400 


2 40.000 


1914. 


1914. 


Warewel Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


Jan. 6, 


Feb. 28, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Warp Compressing Machine Com- 


Worcester, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Nov. 21, 


Dec. 19, 


pany. 












1913. 


1913. 


Warren Chambers Pharmacy Inc., 


Boston, . 


5,000 


125 


160 


1 1,500 


Jan. 2, 


Jan. 16. 








2 25 


2 140 




1914. 


1914. 


Warren F. Fraser Co., 


Boston, . 


12,500 


100 


125 


12,500 


Jan. 5, 
1914. 


Jan. 8, 
1914. 


Washburn Purizone Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 


600,000 


1100 


1 2,000 


1 50,000 


July 31, 


Mch. 18, 




Providence, R. I. 




2 100 


2 4,000 


2 400,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Washburn-Skilton Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Nov. 19, 
1914. 


Washington Jewelry Company, . 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Jan. 26, 
1914. 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


Watauga Mining Company, 


Boston, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


300 


Nov. 16, 
1914. 


Nov. 17, 
1914. 


Web-Lox Fibre Manufacturing 


Newton, 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


Sept. 11, 


Sept. 11, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Webb Realty Company.s . 


Quincy, 


50,000 


100 


500 


5,000 


July 8, 
1914. 


July 9, 
1914. 


Webber Mfg. Co 


Boston, . 


50,000 


1100 


1150 


2 20,000 


Oct. 7, 


Oct. 21, 








2 100 


2350 




1914. 


1914. 


Weber's Shoe Parlor Company, . 


Boston, . 


12,500 


100 


125 


12,500 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


Webster Auto Delivery Company, 


Dudley, 


5,000 


100 


50 


500 


Apr. 7, 
1914. 


Apr. 8, 
1914. 


Webster Lumber & Supply Com- 


Webster, 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


10,000 


Dec. 3, 


Dec. 22, 


pany. 












1913. 


1913. 


Wedgemere Conservatories In- 


Winchester, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


Mch. 30, 


Apr. 3, 


corporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Welch Bros. Company of Lowell, 


Lowell, . 


10,000 


50 


200 


10,000 


Sept. 17, 
1914. 


Oct. 6, 
1914. 


Weldon Garage, Inc., 


Greenfield, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Nov. 28, 
1913. 


Dee. 1, 
1913. 


Wellington Company, The, 


Boston, . 


18,000 


15 


1 1,800 


1 9,000 


Mch. 19, 


Mch. 25, 








25 


2 1,800 


2 9,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Wellington Improvement Associar 


Medford, 


10,000 


5 


2,000 


3,000 


Mch. 23, 


Mch. 26, 


tion. Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Wellmade Gas Mantle Company, 


Boston, . 


40,000 


110 


1 2,000 


2 20,000 


June 4, 


June 5, 








2 10 


2 2,000 




1914. 


1914. 


Wendell Realty Company ,4 


Pittsfield, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 7, 
1914. 


Apr. 18, 
1914. 


Wenham Lake Ice Corporation, . 


Salem, . 


75,000 


1100 


1600 


1 60,000 


Aug. 12, 


Aug. 14, 








2 100 


2 150 


2 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Wentworth Clothing Company, . 


New Bedford, 


20,000 


100 


200 


300 


Sept. 8, 
1914. 


Sept. 10, 
1914. 


Wentworth, Fosdick Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


West & Dodge, Inc 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 30, 
1914. 


July 1, 
1914. 


West India Management and Con- 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


4,000 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 27, 


sultation Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


West Stockbridge Creamery, Inc., 


West Stockbridge, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


3,120 


Oct. 10, 


Oct. 24, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Western Oil and Gasoline Com- 


Boston, . 


25,000 


1100 


1100 


2 2,100 


Apr. 18, 


Apr. 29, 


pany. 






2 100 


2 150 




1914. 


1914. 


Westminster Shank Company, . 


Westminster, . 


1,000 


50 


20 


1,000 


July 10, 
1914. 


July 18, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
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Whalom Recreation Company, . 


Fitchburg, 


$6,000 


sioo 


60 


S6,000 


May 13, 
1914. 


May 14, 
1914. 


Wheelock-Jeffrey Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


White Star Mattress Company, . 


Chelsea, 


2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Apr. 13, 
1914. 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


WHtmore Company, The.i 


Boston, . 


25,000 


2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 


Nov. 29, 


Jan. 23, 








3 100 


3 150 


3 15,000 


1913. 


1914. 


Whitney Bros., Inc 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


30,000 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Jan. 2, 
1914. 


Whittier-Wel'ington Corporation 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Mav 25, 


May 26, 


of Massachusetts, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Wilbur Theatre Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


400 


Mch. 27, 
1914. 


Mch. 28, 
1914. 


William C. Gregor, Inc., 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Feb. 5, 
1914. 


Feb. 11, 
1914. 


WilUam C. Jones Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


July 27, 
1914. 


July 27, 
1914. 


William C. McConnell Company, 


Boston, . ; 


5,000 


100 


50 


500 


Apr. 29, 
1914. 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


William Dean Sanford Corpora- 


Boston, . 


100,000 


2 50 


2 1,000 


3 24,650 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 30, 


tion, The. 






3 25 


3 2,000 




1914. 


1914. 


William H. Prior, Incorporated, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


William Hall Company, 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Oct. 21, 
1914. 


Oct. 30, 
1914. 


William I. Siff Co. Inc., 


Worcester, Mass., 
and New York, 
N. Y. 


1,000 


50 


20 


1,000 


Mch. 28, 
1914. 


Mch. 30, 
1914. 


Wilham J. Thompson & Co., Inc., 


Somerville, 


25,000 


100 


250 


300 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


William Kellar Construction Co., 


Newton, 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


Feb. 25, 
1914. 


Mch. 4, 
1914. 


William L. Miller Company,* 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


300 


May 4, 
1914. 


May 6, 
1914. 


William N. Hamel & Co., Inc., . 


Lawrence, 


12,000 


50 


240 


150 


Apr. 16, 
1914. 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Wilham S. Howe Co., 


Somerville, 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


May 20, 
1914. 


May 20. 
1914. 


Williams & Daly Company Inc., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


50 


500 


25,000 


June 18, 


June 26, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Wilhams Shoe Store, Incorporated, 


Northampton, 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Oct. 30, 
1914. 


Nov. 6, 
1914. 


Wilson and Shapiro Poultry Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


1,000 


May 11, 


May 12, 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Windsor Pharmacy Inc., 


Lawrence, 


2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Feb. 27, 
1914. 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


Winkler-Reinherz Bag Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


3,000 


Apr. 24, 
1914. 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


Winslow B. Taylor, Inc., 


Boston, . 


100,000 


2 100 


2 500 


2 50,000 


Mch. 24, 


Mch. 26, 








3 100 


3 500 


3 49,500 


1914. 


1914. 


Winslow, Mackenzie Co., . 


Fall River, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Oct. 7, 
1914. 


Oct. 20, 
1914. 


Winthrop Confectionery Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


Sept. 28, 


Oct. 3, 


pany, Inc. 












1914. 


1914. 


Winthrop M. Baker Boston 


Boston, . 


200,000 


2 10 


2 10,000 


2 100,000 


Nov. 12, 


Nov. 13, 


Chocolate Company. 






3 10 


3 10,000 


3 100,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Wizard Manufacturing Company, 


Boston, . 


15,000 


2 10 


2 500 


2 5,000 


May 14, 


June 4, 








3 10 


3 1,000 


3 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Wolcott Square Pharmacy, Inc., 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


4,000 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Apr. 21, 
1914. 


Wolff & Silverman Inc., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


7,500 


May 2, 
1914. 


May 4, 
1914. 


Wollaston Masonic Temple Asso- 


Quincy, 


50,000 


2 10 


2 500 


2 5,000 


Nov. 11, 


Nov. 16, 


ciation. 






6 10 
6 10 


6 2,000 
6 2,500 


6 20,000 
6 15,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Woman's Achievement Publisb- 


Boston, . 


125,000 


2 10 


2 5,000 


2 50,000 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 12. 


U ing Company, The. 






3 10 


3 7,500 


3 75,000 


1914. 


1914. 


1 Corporation chartered for twent 


y-five years. « ( 


Common. 






6 Common, C 


lass A. 


2 Preferred. 


i ( 


Corporation c 


lartered f 


)r fifty ye 


irs. 6 


Common, C 


lass B. 



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Wonder Last Company, The, 


Lawrence, 


S5,000 


S50 


100 


$5,000 


July 28, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 


Aug. 10. 
1914. 


Wonder-mist Co., The, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


Aug. 26, 














1914. 


1914. 


Wonder-mist Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


UOO 


1250 


1 3,000 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 17, 








2 100 


2 250 


2 25,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Woods and Company, Incorpo- 


Springfield, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Sept. 12, 


Oct. 22, 


rated. • 












1914. 


1914. 


Wool & Fibre Importing Com- 


Boston, Mass., and 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


June 12, 


June 22, 


pany. 


Stonington, Conn. 










1914. 


1914. 


Woolenwash Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Nov. 3, 
1914. 


Woonsocket Machine & Press 


Boston, . 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


300 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 13, 


Company. 












1914. 


1914. 


Worcester Autogenous Welding 


Worcester, 


25,000 


100 


250 


1,500 


Mch. 28, 


Apr. 11, 


and Construction Company, 
Inc. 
Worcester Felt Shoe Co., . 












1914. 


1914. 


Worcester, 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


21,010 


July 30, 


Aug. 24, 














1914. 


1914. 


Worcester Floor Wall and Tile Co., 


Worcester, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Feb. 9, 
1914. 


Worcester Land Development 


Worcester, 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Oct. 16, 


Oct. 17. 


Company. 3 












1914. 


1914. 


Worcester Outfitting Company, . 


Worcester, 


2,500 


100 


25 


1,600 


Aug. 10, 

1914. 
June 30, 


Aug. 14. 

1914. 
July 1. 


Worcester Strip Steel Mills Com- 


Worcester, 


50,000 


100 


500 


45,000 


pany. 












1914. 


1914. 


Worcester Tire Fabric Company, 


Worcester, 


50,000 


100 


500 


24,000 


Dec. 8, 

1913. 
July 3, 


Dec. 10, 

1913. 
July 7, 


Worcester Woodenware and Paper 


Worcester, 


25,000 


1100 


1150 


1 15,000 


Company. 






2 100 


2 100 


2 500 


1914. 


1914. 


Worden Realty Company, The,' . 


Springfield, . 


10,000 


150 


160 


1 1,250 


Sept. 24, 


Sept. 30, 








2 50 


2 140 


2 7,000 


1914. 


1914. 


Wrentham Hat Works Inc., 


Wrentham, . 


50,000 


MOO 


«300 


4 30,000 


July 8, 


July 14, 








5 100 


5 100 


5 10,000 


1914. 


1914. 








2 100 


2 100 


2 10,000 






Wright Garage Company, 


Merrimac, 


10,000 


50 


200 


4,000 


June 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 


June 10, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 


Wuntwet Leather Company, 


Boston, . 


300,000 


100 


3,000 


300,000 














1914. 


1914. 


Yo-Yo Company, The, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


June 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 


June 30, 

1914. 
Feb. 4. 


Young Curley Ward well Com- 


Cambridge, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


pany. 


Totals . 










1914. 


1914. 


1,603 corporations, 


S123,193,67C 


$71,507,960 





1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
1 First preferred. 



5 Second preferred. 



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Abstract of Articles of Organization of Trust Companies, imder Chapter 

374, Acts of 1904. 



NAME OF corporation. 


Where Located. 



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Beverly Trust Company, . . . • . 
Charles River Trust Company, 

Commercial Trust Company 

Hanover Trust Company 

Lexington Trust Company, .... 
Massachusetts Trust Company, 

Needham Trust Company 

Old South Trust Company of Boston, The, 
Tremont Trust Company, . . .■ . 


Beverly, 

Cambridge, 

Springfield, 

Boston, 

Lexington, . 

Boston, 

Needham, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Total, . 






$100,000 

1 200,000 

350,000 

200,000 

50,000 

500,000 

50,000 

200,000 

2 200,000 


1,000 
2,000 
3,500 
2,000 

500 
5,000 

500 
2,000 
2,000 


May 19, 

1914. 
June 4, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Nov. 5, 

1913. 
July 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 


May 27, 

1914. 
July 2. 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Dec. 9, 

1913. 
July 24, 

1914. 
Aug. 19, 

1914. 


9 corporations, 


$1,850,000 





1 And a paid in surplus of $200,000. 



2 And a surplus of S50,000. 



Abstract of Articles of Organization of Savings Banks, mider Chapter 590, 
Acts of 1908, as amended by Chapter 4-91, Acts of 1909. 



NAME of corporation. 



Where Located. 



Date of 
Organiza- 
tion. 



Date of 
Incorpora- 
tion. 



Grove Hall Savings Bank, 
Lafayette Savings Bank, The, 
Winthrop Savings Bank, 
3 corporations. 



Boston, 
Boston, 
Winthrop, 



Jan. 21, 
1914. 

Dec. 2, 
1913. 

Mch. 12, 
1914. 



Jan. 30, 
1914. 

Dec. 19, 
1913. 

Mch. 16, 
1914. 



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Alumnae Association of Smith College, . 


Northampton, 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


Jan. 2, 
1914. 


Alumnae Association of the State Normal Schoo 


Framingham, 


- 


- 


- 


June 6, 


June 11, 


at Framingham, The. 










1914. 


1914. 


Alumnae of the Training School for Nurses o 


Newton, 


- 


- 


- 


May 18, 


May 25, 


the Newton Hospital, Incorporated. 












1914. 


1914. 


Amateur Skating Association of the Unitec 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 20, 


States of America. 












1914. 


1914. 


American Society of Colonial Families, Inc., 


j Boston, . 




$30,000 


$100 


300 


July 13, 
1914. 


July 15, 
1914. 


Amherst Poultry Association, The, 


Amherst, 




- 


- 


- 


Oct. 19, 
1914. 


Nov. 23, 
1914. 


Animal Rescue League of Fall River, 


Fall River, 




- 


- 


- 


May 5, 
1914. 


June 25, 
1914. 


Antlers, Incorporated, The, . 


Everett, 




- 


- 


- 


Oct. 28, 
1913. 


Dec. 6, 
1913. 


Arena Athletic Association Inc., The, 


Boston, . 




1,000 


10 


100 


Nov. 5, 
1914. 


Nov. 27. 
1914. 


Armenian Philomathic-Educational Society o 


Worcester, 




- 


- 


- 


May 30, 


July 28, 


Kessirig, Armenia, The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Arrow Club, 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


June 20, 
1914. 


July 14, 
1914. 


Ashand Odd Fellows Building Association, 


Ashland, 




10,000 


10 


1,000 


June 9, 
1914. 


June 22, 
1914. 


Associacao de Carridade do Ispirito Santo da 


Fall River, 




- 


- 


- 


July 8, 


Oct. 26, 


Santissma Trindade. 












1914. 


1914. 


Association for Independent Cooperative Living 


, Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Dec. 19, 
1913. 


Jan. 26, 
1914. 


Association of the Knights of Cracow under the 


Fall River, 




- 


- 


_ 


Mch. 23, 


Mch. 31, 


protection of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, In 












1914. 


1914. 


corporated, The.i 
















Atlas Athletic Club of Chicopee, The, . 


Chicopee, 




- 


- 


- 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Nov. 20, 
1914. 


Augustav Benevolent Association, . 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


June 25, 
1914. 


Aug. 29, 
1914. 


Avon Co-operative Bank,^ 


Avon, . 




- 


- 


- 


Feb. 19, 
1914. 


Feb. 24, 
1914. 


Bakers Island Association, 


Salem, . 




- 


- 


- 


.Jan. 28, 
1914. 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


Bass River Social Club, 


Yarmouth, 




- 


- 


- 


Nov. 22, 
1913. 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


Bay State Motorcycle Club, The, . 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


June 16, 
1914. 


July 10, 
1914. 


Belchertown Historical Association, The, 


Belchertown, 




- 


- 


- 


Apr. 28, 
1914. 


Sept. 16. 
1914. 


Bellevue Golf Club 


Melrose, 




- 


- 


- 


Oct. 23, 
1914. 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Benevolent Society of Columbus and Washing- 


Franklin, 




- 


- 


- 


Nov. 18, 


Nov. 30, 


ton Sons.i 












1914. 


1914. 


Beresna Beneficial Society,^ . 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Mch. 12, 
1914. 


June 3, 
1914. 


Boston and Tufts Dental Alumni Association 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Mch. 11, 


Apr. 1, 


The. 












1914. 


1914. 


Boston-Atlantic Marine Benefit Association 


Boston, . 




_ 


_ 


_ 


Dec. 6, 


Dec. 22. 


Inc. 












1913. 


1913. 


Boston Caledonian Club Building Association 


Boston, . 




100,000 


10 


10,000 


Mch. 7, 
1914. 


Mch. 10, 
1914. 


Bostori Chapter American Institute of Banking 


Boston, . 




- 


_ 


_ 


Mch. 19, 


Apr. 1, 


Section of American Bankers Association. 












1914. 


1914 


Boston Hebrew Bricklayers Educational Asso- 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 25, 


ciation. 












1914. 


1914. 


Boston Life Underwriters' Association, . 


Boston, . 




_ 


_ 


_ 


Jan. 9, 


Jan. 21, 












1914. 


1914. 



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2 Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



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Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME or CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Boston School of Physical Education, 

Boston Teachers' Club, Inc 

Boston Workmen's Club, 
Boston Young Men's Fraternal Association,' 
Boylston Club of Boston, Inc., The, 
Breaden Cheese Tree Motor Club, . 
Breakers Yacht Club, .... 



Bridgewater Society of the New Jerusalem 

Church, The.2 
Bristol County Association of King's Daughters 

and Sons, of Massachusetts, The. 
British Friendly Society, The,' 

Brockton Knights of Columbus Building Asso- 
ciation. The. 
Brotherhood of Power Workers, 

Builders' Exchange of Springfield, Massachu- 
setts. 
Burns Memorial Association of Quincy, The, . 

Business Women's Health Insurance Company,' 

Calvary Baptist Church of North Attleboro, 

Massachusetts. 
Cambridge Tailors' Protective Association, . 



Cape Cod Association, . 
Gary House Association, The, 
Chelsea Civic Aid Society, 
Chelsea Hebrew Sheltering Home, 
Chevra Chesed Shel Emas, . 



Chioopee Falls Polish Home Association (In- 
corporated). 
Children's Museum of Boston, 

Chinese American Citizens Association, The, . 

Christopher Columbus Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation of Revere, The.i 
Church of Christ in Granby, The,2 



Citizens Republican Club, 
Clarendon Social Club, . 
Clover Club of Boston, The, . 
Club Champlain of Willimansett, 
Club des Citoycns-Americains, 
Club Lafayette, . 



Club National Franco-Americaiu of Brockton, 
Mass. 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cohasset, 

Boston, . 

Bridgewater, 

Taunton, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Quincy, 

Boston, . 

North Attleborough, 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Chelsea, 

Chelsea, 

Worcester, 

Chicopee, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Revere, . 

Granby, 

Boston, . 

Hull, . 

Boston, . 

Chicopee, 

Lowell, . 

Lowell, . 

Brockton, 



$100,000 



10,000 



30,000 



5,000 



3,000 



500 



Mch. 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 10 

1913. 
Mch. 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 

1914. 
Sept. 

1914. 
May 20, 

1913 
Apr. 29, 

1914 
Apr. 18, 

1914. 
July ! 

1914. 
June 15, 

1914. 
Apr. 25 

1913. 
Sept. 14, 

1914. 
May 11 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 11 

1914. 
Aug. 25 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Dec. 8 

1913. 
Sept. 8, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
May 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 17, 

1914. 
Feb. 13 

1914. 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
Dec. 8 

1913. 
June 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 23 

1914. 
Oct. 13 

1914. 
Mch. 20 

1914. 
Dec. 4 

1913. 

Dec. 6 

1913. 



1 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 R. L., chap. 36, sect. 51. 



8 R. L., chap. 120. 



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Where Located. 




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College Club ot Lowell, The, .... 


Lowell, . 


- 


- 


- 


Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 


Apr. 3, 

1914. 
May 1, 


Colonel Timothy Bigelow Chapter, Daughters 


Worcester, 


_ 


_ 


- 


of the American Revolution. 




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1914. 


1914. 


Columbus Country Club, Inc 


Springfield, . 


- 


- 


- July 25, 


Sept. 8, 












1914. 


1914. 


Commonwealth Casualty Company,^ 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


June 29, 
1914. 


July 8, 
1914. 


Congregation Adath Yeshurun, 


Springfield, 


- 


- 


- 


July 20, 
1914. 


Aug. 27, 
1914. 


Congregation Beth El 


Springfield, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 7, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Congregation Sha — Arey Zion Inc., 


Chelsea, 


- 


- 


- 


Sept. 17, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Congregation Tifareth Israel of Maplewood, . 


Maiden, 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 3, 
1913. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Congregational Church of West Cummington, 


Cummington, 


- 


- 


- 


Mch. 25, 


Apr. 4, 


The.2 










1914. 


1914. 


Consumers' League of Massachusetts (Incor- 


Boston, . 


- 


_ 


- 


Mch. 4, 


May 6, 


porated). 










1914. 


1914. 


Corporation of the First United Church CBap- 


Swampscott, . 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 21, 


Dec. 4, 


tists and Disciples) of Swampscott, Mass., 
The. 
Countryside Social and Athletic Association, 










1913. 


1913. 


Millis, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


May 5, 


July 18, 


The. 










1914. 


1914. 


Cyclecar Club of New England, Inc., 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


May 21, 
1914. 


June 16, 
1914. 


Dante Club 


Somerville, 


- 


- 


- 


Feb. 4, 
1914. 


Mch. 2, 
1914. 


Daughters and Sons of Lithuania Benefit As- 


Cambridge, . 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 10, 


Dec. 30, 


sociation of Cambridge, Mass. Incorporated.^ 










1913. 


1913. 


Daughters of Lithuania of Worcester,^ . 


Worcester, 


- 


- 




Nov. 18, 
1913. 


Dec. 11, 
1913. 


Daughters of Zion Old Peoples Home, 


Springfield, 


- 


- 


- 


June 27, 
1914. 


Sept. 16, 
1914. 


Dorchester Hebrew Free School, 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


May 11, 
1914. 


May 15, 
1914. 


Dorchester Young Men's Hebrew Association, 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Feb. 7. 
1914. 


Mch. 9, 
1914. 


Dreadnaught Social Club 


New Bedford, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 28, 
1914. 


Nov. 20, 
1914. 


East Blackstone Grange No. 137, Patrons of 


Blackstone, . 


- 


- 


_ 


Aug. 18, 


Aug. 27, 


Husbandry. 










1914. 


1914. 


Eastern Seamen's Protective Association, Inc., 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 20, 
1913. 


Jan. 5, 
1914. 


Eastern Star Associates, .... 


Boston, . 


S25,000 


$10 


2,500 


Mch. 26, 
1914. 


June 26, 
1914. 


EUezabetgrad Benefit Association.^ 


Worcester, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 14, 
1914. 


Nov. 14, 
1914. 


Eliot Social Club, The 


Lowell, . ' . 


- 


- 


- 


Mch. 30, 
1914. 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Elks Biiilding Corporation of Cambridge, 


Cambridge, , 


60,000 


10 


5,000 


Apr. 4, 
1914. 


Apr. 9, 
1914. 


Ehn Hill Country Club of Boston, . 


Boston, . 


150,000 


50 


3,000 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Eureka Masonic ReUef Association, The.s 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


July 31, 
1914. 


Sept. 10, 
1914. 


Everett City Club 


Everett, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 31, 
1913. 


Jan. 28, 
1914. 


Everett Gun Club 


Everett, 


- 


- 


- 


June 12, 
1914. 


July 28. 
1914. 


Fairhaven Independent Espirito Santo Club, . 


Fairhaven, 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 10, 
1913. 


Jan. 30, 
1914. 


Fall River Horse Show Association, The, 


Fall River, . 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 3, 
1914. 


June 5, 
1914. 


Faulkner Retail Grocers' Association, 


Maiden, 


- 


- 


- 


May 27, 
1914. 


Nov. 24, 
1914. 


Femcroft Auto Club, 


Middleton, 


1,000 


25 


40 


Apr. 9, 
1914. 


Apr. 13, 
1914. 



1 R. L., chap. 120. 



2 R. L., chap. 36, sect. 51. 



3 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



58 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



First Baptist Church of Raynham Massachu- 
setts, The.i 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Medford, 
Massachusetts. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Mebose, 
Massachusetts. 

First Congregational Church,! 

First Congregational Church of Natick,i 

First Parish Congregational Church of Brockton 

Mass., The.i 
First Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene of 

Cambridge, The.i 
First Presbyterian Church Society of Everett, 

Massachusetts, The."- 
Flint Social and Amateur Athletic Club, 

Ford Hall Foundation, . 

Forest Hills Co-operative Bank,^ . 

Forest Hills Hospital Training School, 

Framingham Masonic Club, . 

Franklin County Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, Inc., The. 

Fraternal Beneficial Society of Wladyslaw Ja- 
giello.3 

Friendly Society of Novgrad Volynsk,^ . 

Gamma Zeta of The Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- 
nity. 
Gay Head Improvement Association, The, 

Gloucester District Nursing Association, 

Gloucester Poultry Association, 

Gordon Bible Institute, Incorporated, The, 

Greek Orthodox Community of Boston, Inc, 

The, 
Greenfield Base Ball Association, The, 

Greenwood Memorial Church, 

Grill of the North Shore, Inc., The, 

Guild of Boston Artists, Inc., 

Guild of Saint Agnes of Worcester, The, 

Hale Fund Relief Association of the Newbury- 

port Fire Department, The. 
Hampshire County Farm Improvement Bureau 

Inc.. The. 
Hampshire County Sportman's Club, The, 

Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, .... 

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Fall River, 

The. 
Hebrew Progressive Polish Association, Inc.,' . 

Hibernian Building Association of Woburn, 
Massachusetts. 



Raynham, 

Medford, 

Melrose, 

Holyoke, 

Natick, . 

Brockton, 

Cambridge, 

Everett, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Framingham, 

Greenfield, 

Hudson, 

Boston, . 

Amherst, 

Gay Head, 

Gloucester, 

Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Greenfield, 

Boston, 

Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Newburyport, 

Northampton, 

Northampton, 

Cambridge, 

Fall River. 

Boston, . 

Woburn, 



$1,000 



2,000 



10,000 



_ 


July 1, 




1914. 


- 


May 9, 




1914. 


- ! July 20, 




1914. 


- 


Dec. 11, 




1913. 


- 


Jan. 12, 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 28, 




1914. 


- 


Dec. 3, 




1913. 


- 


Oct. 27, 




1913. 


_ 


Dec. 16, 




1913. 


- 


Aug. 13, 




1914. 


- 


Feb. 2 




1914. 


100 


Aug. 1 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 6 




1914. 


_ 


Jan. 2 




1914. 


_ 


Oct. 17 




1914. 


— 


Nov. 9, 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 16 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 10, 




1914. 


_ 


May 23, 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 9, 




1914. 


- 


Sept. 28, 




1914. 


_ 


June 9, 




1914. 


- 


Aug. 5, 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 8, 




1914. 


- 


May 28, 




1914. 


_ 


Feb. 16, 




1914. 


_ 


Oct. 29, 




1913. 


_ 


Dec. 22, 




1913. 


- 


Nov. 14, 




1914. 


200 


May 11, 




1914. 


_ 


Feb. 25, 




1914. 


- 


Sept. 2, 




1913. 


_ 


Oct. 27, 




1914. 


1,000 


Jan. 14, 




1914. 



» R. L., chap. 3(5, soot. ,51. 



' Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



3 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



59 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Hillside Men's Club, ..... 

Hingham EQstorical Society, The, . 

Hingham Village Improvement Society, Incor- 
porated. 
Holbrook Athletic Association, 

Holliston Historical Society, Incorporated, The, 

Holyoke Infant Hygiene Association, 

Hotel Men's Club, ..... 

House of David, Inc 

Howard Club, 

Hudson Odd Fellows Association, . 

Huntington Institute for Orphan Children, The, 

Immanuel Community Church, 

Independent Barbers Local Union of Haverhill, 

Independent Order Sons of Israel,^ 

Indian Outing Club 

Irwin Fund, Trustees of the, .... 

Italian Citizens Club of Boston, The, 

Itahan Mutual Benefit Cathohc Society of 
Maria, Vahsbona, of Roccasicura, Inc.' 

Italian Mutual Benefit Society Bovio of Boston, 
Incorporated.! 

Jewish Children's Aid Society of Boston, 

Jolly Scots (Inc.), The 

Kent Club, inc.. The, ..... 
Khrimian Hayrig Fund of America, Inc., 

King Cove Boat Club, 

Kingscroft Improvement Association, Inc., The, 
Kitchamakin Camp, Inc 

Knights of Columbus Building Association of 

South Hadley. 
Knights of Columbus Religious, Educational, 

Charitable and Benevolent Association of 

Worcester. 
Knights of Zaslav Benefit Association,' . 

Kopaigorod Benefit Association,! . 

Krakus Polish Benefit Society,' 

Ladies Cloak Pressmens Association of Boston, 

Laurier Benefit Association of Lawrence, Mas- 
sachusetts.' 
Lawrence Fife and Drum Corps, 



Medford, 
Hingham, 
Hingham, 
Holbrook, 
Holliston, 
Holyoke, 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Brockton, 
Hudson, 
Boston, . 
Pittsfield, 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Weymouth, 
Peabody, 
Braintree, 
South Hadley, 
Worcester, 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Lawrence, 



S10,000 
5,000 



$100 
10 



100 
500 



Apr. 21 

1914. 
June 11 

1914. 
Mch. 25 

1914. 
May 1 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914 
Dec. 30, 

1913 
Sept. 17, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 
Dec. 19 

1913. 
Oct. 9 

1913. 
May 19 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1913 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Sept. 4, 

1913. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
Nov. 17 

1913. 
Apr. 4, 

1914 
Aug. 24, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
Nov. 16, 

1914. 
June 23, 

1914. 
Aug. 4 

1914. 
Aug. 19 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
July 2 

1914. 
June 23, 

1914 

Apr. 

1914 
July 10, 

1914. 
Mch. 21 

1914. 
Nov. 4 

1914. 
Nov. 6 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 



May 28, 

1914. 
June 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Sept. 25, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 14, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
May 26, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 21, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Sept. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
Aug. 13, 

1914. 
Aug. 29, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 27, 

1914. 
June 25, 

1914. 

Apr. 29, 

1914. 
July 11, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 



1 Actsof 1911, chap. 628. 



60 , CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 

Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



[1914. 









"o 




ei 


A 


NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 









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6 


1 
1 






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1 


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02 

6 




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Q 


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Lithuanian Beneficial Society "Unity", Brigh- 


Boston, . 








Nov. 22, 


Dec. 19, 


ton, Mass., Incorporated.! 










1913. 


1913. 


Lithuanian Housekeepers Benefit Club.i . 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 5, 
1913. 


Dec. 27, 
1913. 


Lithuanian Ladies' Beneficial Society "Biruta", 


Brockton, 


- 


_ 


- 


Oct. 23, 


Dec. 8, 


of Brockton.i 










1913. 


1913. 


Lithuanian Social Camp Association, Lawrence, 


Lawrence, 


$10,000 


$10 


1,000 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 28, 


Mass. 










1914. 


1914. 


Lithuanian Sons' Sick Benefit Society,i . 


Gardner, 


- 


- 


- 


Sept. 11, 
1914. 


Oct. 2. 
1914. 


Love of Justice Congregation, The, 


Pittsfield, 


- 


- 


- 


Sept. 3, 
1913. 


Jan. 24, 
1914. 


Lublin Progressive Association,^ 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 8, 
1914. 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Ludlow Hospital Society 


Ludlow, 


- 


- 


- 


June 2, 
1914. 


July 28, 
1914. 


Luzitano Club, 


New Bedford, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


Mch. 19, 
1914. 


Mch. 27, 
1914. 


Lynnhurst Men's Club Building Association, . 


Lynn and Saugus, . 


- 


- 


- 


June 4, 
1914. 


Sept. 2, 
1914. 


Major Thomas B. Griffith Memorial Corpora- 


Carver, . 


- 


_ 


- 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 13, 


tion. 










1914. 


1914. 


Manhattan Athletic Club, .... 


Cambridge, . 




- 


- 


Aug. 21, 
1913. 


Jan. 5, 
1914. 


Maplewood Inn Auto Club 


Middleton, 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 21, 
1914. 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Marlborough Lodge No. 1239 Benevolent and 


Marlborough, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


June 19, 


June 23, 


Protective Order of Elks. 










1914. 


1914. 


Masonic Building Association of Indian 


Springfield, 


15,000 


10 


1,500 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 18, 


Orchard. 










1914. 


1914. 


Massachusetts Cigar and Tobacco Dealers As- 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 22, 


Jan. 8, 


sociation, The. 










1913. 


1914. 


Massachusetts Department of the Ladies of the 


Newburyport, 


- 


_ 


_ 


Apr. 7, 


May 25, 


Grand Army of the Republic. 










1913. 


1914. 


Massachusetts Employment Agencies Asso- 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Sept. 8, 


Sept. 18, 


ciation. 










1914. 


1914. 


Massachusetts Fruit Growers Association, Inc., 


Worcester, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 20, 
1914. 


Oct. 27, 
1914. 


Massachusetts Hebrews' Benefit Corporation,! 


Chelsea, 


- 


- 


- 


May 5, 
1914. 


May 15, 
1914. 


Massachusetts Highland Guard, Inc., 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Mch. 19, 
1914. 


June 6, 
1914. 


Massachusetts Poultry Association, Inc., 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Sept. 16, 
1914. 


Nov. 16, 
1914. 


Massachusetts Single Tax League, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 5, 
1914. 


Oct. 26, 
1914. 


Master Plumbers Association of Worcester, 


Worcester, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 2, 


Nov. 6, 


Mass., The. 










1914. 


1914. 


Mechanics Club Inc 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


July 1, 
1914. 


Aug. 17, 
1914. 


Medford Women's Club House Corporation, . 


Medford, 


12,000 


10 


1,200 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Mch. 13, 
1914. 


Meeting House Hill Co-operative Bank,^ 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Meb-ose Historical Society, .... 


Meb-ose, 


- 


- 


- 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


Memorial Hall Association of Groveland, 


Groveland, 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 6, 
1914. 


Nov. 14. 
1914. 


Meridian Club, 


Natick, . 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Aug. 17, 
1914. 


Merrimack Valley Improvement Association, . 


Haverhill, 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 28, 
1913. 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Messenger's Meadow Association, . 


Melrose, 


- 


- 


- 


May 21, 
1914. 


May 26, 
1914. 


Metropolitan Hill Ladies Club, 


Boston, . 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 4, 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


Metropolitan Social and Harmony Club, 


New Bedford, 








Nov. 20, 
1913. 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 



I Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



61 



Certificates of Organization, 


etc. — Continued. 






NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 


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Middleborough Lodge No. 1274, of the Benevo- 


Middleborough, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Aug. 20 


Sept. 9, 


lent and Protective Order of Elks, of the 










1914. 


1914. 


United States of America Building Associa- 














tion. 
Middlesex County Organization of King's 


Medford, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Aug. 14 


Mch. 30, 


Daughters and Sons. 












1913. 


1914. 


Milton Social Service League, 


Milton, . 




~ 


- 


- 


Feb. 25 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Monterey Grange No. 291 


Monterey, 




- 


- 


- 


Nov. 6 

1913. 
June 13 


Jan. 3, 
1914. 

Sept. 19, 


Monument National Club, .... 


Holyoke, 




_ 


_ 


_ 














1914. 


1914. 


Most Holy Mary of Pompeii Society of Catholic 


Lawrence, 




- 


- 


- 


Jan. 12 


Mch. 4, 


Workers for Mutual Aid of Lawrence, Mass.i 












1914. 


1914. 


Mt. Lebanon Society, 


Fall River, 




~ 


~ 


~ 


Dec. 22 
1913. 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Mutual Aid Society of Citizens of Squillani, In- 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Oct. 1 


Oct. 30, 


corporated.! 












1914. 


1914. 


Mutual Aid Society of Saint Euplius of Trevico, 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Sept. 10 


Sept. 24, 


Incorporated, The.' 












1914. 


1914. 


Mutual Succor Joseph-Aurele Costanzo Incor- 


Lawrence, 




- 


- 


- 


Sept. 29 


Nov. 5, 


porated.! 












1914. 


1914. 


Natick Visiting Nurse Association, The, . 


Natick, . 




- 


- 


- 


Oct. 6 
1914. 


Nov. 12, 
1914. 


National Employment Association for Cured 


Worcester, 




- 


- 


- 


Feb. 20 


Aug. 6, 


Tubercular Persons. 












1914. 


1914. 


National Society of Daughters of Lithuania, 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Dec. 8 


Dec. 27, 


Incorporated.! 












1913. 


1913. 


Nazarene Holiness Church 


Medford, 




~ 


~ 


~ 


Aug. 21 
1914. 


Aug. 27, 
1914. 


Neighborhood Betterment Association, . 


Reading, 




- 


- 


- 


June 30 
1914. 


July 14, 
1914. 


Neptune Athletic Association, 


Boston, . 




$1,000 


$10 


100 


Feb. 25 
1914. 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


New Bedford Power Boat Club, 


New Bedford, 




- 


- 


- 


Dec. 13 
1913. 


Dec. 26, 
1913. 


New England Civics Institute, 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


May 1 
1914. 


May 4, 
1914. 


New England Kum Hattin Homes, 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


May 15 
1914. 


July 10, 
1914. 


New England Swedish Baptist Sunday School 


Quincy, 




- 


- 


- 


May 1 


May 4, 


Union and Bethel Beach Summer Assembly. 












1914. 


1914. 


New Italy Artillery Tripoli, Italian Mutual Aid 


Boston, . 




- 


- 


- 


Dec. 11 


Jan. 5, 


and Benefit Society of E. Boston, Mass.i 










1913. 


1914. 


Newburyport Firemen's Sick Benefit Associa- 


Newburyport, 


- 


- 


- 


Mch. 18 


Mch. 31, 


tion.! 










1914. 


1914. 


Newburyport Grange, No. 279, Patrons of 


Newburyport, 


- 


- 


- 


Jan. 23 


Jan. 26, 


Husbandry. 










1914. 


1914. 


Newburyport Teachers' Association, 


Newburyport, 


- 


- 


- 


June 12 
1914. 


June 16, 
1914. 


North Attleboro Lodge :^1011, Benevolent 


North Attleborough, 


- 


_ 


_ 


May 5 


June 26, 


and Protective Order of Elks of the United 










1914. 


1914. 


States of America. 














North Cambridge Social Club, 


Cambridge, . 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 14 
1913. 


Jan. 5, 
1914. 


North End Hebrew School, The, . 


New Bedford, 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 6 
1913. 


Dec. 2, 
1913. 


Northampton Horse Breeders and Drivers As- 


Northampton, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


May 8 


June 11, 


sociation. 










1914. 


1914. 


Norwood Civic Association, .... 


Norwood, 


- 


- 


- 


Dec. 30 
1913. 


Jan. 23, 
1914. 


Oak Island Improvement Club, Inc., 


Revere, . 


3,000 


10 


300 


Aug. 11 
1914. 


Sept. 8, 
1914. 


Odd Fellows Association of New Bedford, 


New Bedford, 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


Mch. 18 
1914. 


May 26, 
1914. 


Odd Fellows' Building Association of Milford, 


Milford, 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


Dec. 4 


Feb. 7, 


Mass. 










1913. 


1914. 


Odd Fellows' Hall Association Groton, . 


Groton, 


7,000 


10 


700 


June 15 
1914. 


July |28, 
1914. 



Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



62 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Old Beacon Club, . . 

Old Elm Country Club, .... 

Olive Avenue and Surroundings Improvement 
Association, The. 

Our Lady's of Perpetual Help Lithuanian 
Roman Catholic Society of the city of Brock- 
ton, Mass.i 

Oxford Pastime Club, ..... 

Pageant of Cape Cod, The, .... 

Parish of All Saints Protestant Episcopal 

Church, Attleborough, Massachusetts. 
Peabody Club Incorporated 

Peabody Finnish Workingmen's Association 

"Taimi." 
Peabody Hebrew Ladies Aid Association, 

Pen and Pencil Club of Boston, 

People of Sudilkow Association,! . 

Piety Corner Club 

Pilgrim Congregational Church, of Leominster, 

Massachusetts.2 
Pittsfield Aerie, No. 358, Fraternal Order of 

Eagles. 
Point of Pines Yacht Club, Inc 

Polish National Building Association of Cam- 
bridge, The. 

Polish National Home Association Club (In- 
corporated). 

Protective League of Labor's Sons Mutual 
Benefit Society.^ 

Pullman Mission, 

Pure Food Educational League of America, The, 
Quequechan Fish & Game Club, 

Quincy Market Club, 

Reade Society, The, 

Reading Visiting Nurse Association, 

Red Mens Charitable .Association of Worcester, 

Revere Mutual Benefit and Aid Society of Saint 
Michael The Archangel of Chiusano San 
Domenico. Incorporated.^ 

Roaring Brook Farm Club 

Rockdale Neighborhood Association Inc., The, 

Rockport Country Club of Rockport Massa- 
chusetts. 
Rogers Home for Aged Women, 

Roman Catholic Polish Daughters Society of 

Westfield. 
Roxbury Italian Club, Incorporated, 



Hull, . 
North Reading, 
Maiden, 
Brockton, 

Oxford, . 

Sandwich, 

Attleborough, 

Peabody, 

Peabody, 

Peabody, 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Waltham, 

Leominster, 

Pittsfield, 

Revere, . 

Cambridge, 

Chicopee, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, 

Springfield, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



Worcester, 
Revere, . 

Chester, 

Peabody, 

Rockport, 

Whitman, 

Westfield, 

Boston, . 



S20,000 



20,000 



50,000 



100,000 
1,000 



100 
50 



_ 


June 10, 




1914. 


- 


Oct. 12, 




1914. 


- 


Jan. 7, 




1914. 


- 


Sept. 17, 




1914. 


_ 


Feb. 28, 




1914. 


2,000 


May 22, 




1914. 


- 


Jan. 27, 




1914. 


- 


Moh. 19, 




1914. 


_ 


Feb. 21, 




1914. 


- 


Dec. 4, 




1913. 


- 


Apr. 7, 




1914. 


- 


Nov. 9, 




1914. 


- 


May 14, 




1914. 


- 


Feb. 5, 




1914. 


2,000 


Dec. 20, 




1913. 


- 


Aug. 6, 




1914. 


5,000 


May 7, 




1914. 


- 


Oct. 28, 




1914. 


- 


Apr. 2, 




1914. 


_ 


June 5, 




1914. 


1,000 


Apr. 25, 




1914. 


20 


Jan. 20, 




1914. 


- 


May 18, 




1914. 


_ 


Feb. 10, 




1914. 


- 


■June 5, 




1914. 


- 


July 20, 




1914. 


- 


Sept. 30, 




1914. 


200 


Mch. 27, 




1914. 


- 


Aug. 10, 




1914. 


- 


Dec. 2, 




1913. 


- 


Dec. 16, 




1913. 


- 


Mch. 2, 




1914. 


- 


July 9, 




1914. 



1 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 R. L., chap. 36, sect. 51. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



63 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Russian Orthodox Holv Annunciation Associa- 
tion, The.i 
Rutland Private Sanatorium Association, 

Sacred Heart and Saint Anthony Parochial 

Schools of Lynn, Massachusetts. 
Saint Agrippina of Mineo Benefit Society,^ 

Saint Benignus Catholic Benevolent Society, "^ . 

St. Francis de Sales Parochial School Corpo- 
ration. 

Saint John the Baptist Lithuanian Benefit As- 
sociation, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, In- 
corporated. i 

St. John's Parish Home for Working Girls, The, 

St. Joseph's School of Worcester Mass., The, . 

Saint Mary Assumption of Avellino Mutual Aid 

and Benefit Society Incorporated, i 
Saint Mary's Schools of Worcester, 

Saint Stanislaus PoUsh Lyceum of Three Rivers, 

Saint Stanislaus Social Club, .... 

Saint Vladimir Society, Incorporated, i . 

Salem Association for the Prevention of Tuber- 
culosis. 
Salem Chamber of Conamerce and Civics, The, 

Scandia Building Association, 

Scheptowka Aid Association,! 

Scott & Company Ltd. Mutual Benefit Asso- 

ciation.i 
Second Church in Newton, The, ^ . 

Sharon Country Club 

Sharon Playground and Recreation Association, 

Shawmut Co-operative Bank of Dorchester in 
Boston. 3 

Social Club of Pawtucketville, Lowell, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Society for Mutual Benefit and Rehef " Citizens 
of Salemi" (Incorporated).^ 

Society of the Immaculate Conception of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary, of Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts.i 

Society Sons of Calabria, Incorporated,^ . 

South Boston Society of the Daughters of Lithu- 
ania under the Patronage of the Most Holy 
Mother, The.' 

South Carver Ladies Social Union, The, . 

Springfield Peddlers Protective Association, . 
Springfield Visiting Nurse Association, The, 



Student Council of Harvard University, The, 



Peabody, 
Rutland, 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 

Springfield, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Pahner, 

Chicopee, 

Taunton, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Lynn, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Newton, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Boston, 

Lowell, 

Boston, 

Cambridge, 

North Adams, 
Boston, . 

Carver, . 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Cambridge, 



Dec. 23, 
1913. 

Nov. 26, 

1913. 
May 20, 

1914 
Nov. 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 25 

1913. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Sept. 15, 

1914, 

Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 30 

1914. 
Nov. 25 

1913. 
Mch. 25 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914 
Dec. 22, 

1913. 
Jan. 26 

1914. 
Dec. 2, 

1913. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 1 

1914. 
Oct. 5 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 1 

1913. 
Dec. 4 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Mch. 17, 

1914. 
Apr. 23 

1914. 

Jan. 13, 
1914 

Nov. 18, 
1913 

June 4, 

1914 
July 14, 

1914. 
June 12 

1914. 

Oct. 30 
1913. 



Jan. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
June 12, 

1914. 
Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 9, 

1913. 
Nov. 12, 

1914. 
Oct. 9, 

1914. 

July 28, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
Oct. 29, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Dec. 3, 

1913. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914. 

June 2, 
1914. 

Dec. 9, 
1913. 

Aug. 10, 
1914. 

Aug. 27, 
1914. 

July 28, 
1914. 

Dec. 11, 
1913. 



I Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 R. L., chap. 36, sect. 51. 



3 Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



64 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1914. 



CeHificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Students House Corporation, 
Sudilkov Brotherhood Association, 
Suntaug Auto Club, 
Surfside Hotel Automobile Club, The, 
Swedish Home of Peace ("Fridhem"), 
Syrian Christian Charitable Society, The, 
Syrian National Club, . 



Tadeusza Kosciuski Polish Home Associated. 

(Incorporated). 
Taratine Building Association, 

Taunton Lodge, No. 150, Benevolent and Pro- 
tective Order of Elks of the United States of 
America. 

Teano Benefit Society, Luigi Tansillo,i . 

Technology Building Corporation of the Alpha 

Tau Omega Fraternity Alumni, The. 
Theodore Roosevelt Associates, Inc., 

> Third Baptist Church of Fall River, The, 

Trojan Athletic Club 

Turners Falls Athletic Association, The, . 

Turners Falls Eagles Club, The, 

Union Congregational Church of East Walpole, 
Mass.2 

United Beneficial Society of Cambridge, Mas- 
sachusetts, The.i 

United Lithuanian Societies of Stoughton, 
Mass . 

United Sisters' Bicker-Chaihm Association, 
The. 

United Syrian Society of Lawrence, Mass., 

Unity Club of Revere 

University Athletic Club, .... 
Vasa Building Association, .... 

Vineyard Haven Grange No 281 Patrons of 

Husbandry. 
W. & A. Bacon Company Employees' Benefit 

Association, i 
Wakefield Eagles Building Association, 

Wakefield Elks Home Association, . 

Wakefield Visiting Nurse Association, 

Waltham Social Service League, 

Ward Four Cuckoo Club, The, 

Watch City Co-operative Bank,^ . 

Wayland Inn Club, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynnfield, 

Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Springfield, 

Swampscott, 

Taunton, 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

New Bedford, 

Montague, 

Montague, 

Walpole, 

Cambridge, 

Stoughton, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Revere, . 

Cambridge, 

Brockton, 

Tisbury, 

Boston, . 

Wakefield, 

Wakefield, 

Wakefield, 

Waltham, 

Holyoke, 

Waltham, 

Wayland, 



$25,000 
20,000 



50,000 



12,000 
25,000 



$10 
10 



2,500 
2,000 



5,000 



1,200 
2,500 



Mch. 20, 

1914 
Oct. 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
June 11 

1914. 
Jan. 23 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1913. 
Jan. 8 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 

July 21 

1914. 
June 8 

1914. 
May 13 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 10, 

1913 
Jan. 24, 

1914. 
June 3, 

1914. 
Oct. 21 

1913. 
Oct. 22, 

1913. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Nov. 25, 

1913. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Deo. 22, 

1913. 
May 28, 

1914. 
June 9, 

1914. 
June 1 

1914. 
Oct. 8 

1913. 
Dec. 26, 

1913. 
May 9, 

1914. 
Dec. 8 

1913. 
June 9 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
July 30, 

1914 



' Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 R. L., chap. 30, sect. 51. 



Acts of 1912, chap.-623. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



65 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Wellesley Firemen's Relief Association,! . 

Wellesley Park and Oaks Improvement Asso- 
ciation, The. 
Wenham Village Improvement Society, Inc., . 

West End Young Mens Hebrew Association, 

West Gloucester Grange No. 286, Patrons of 

Husbandry. 
West Newton Music School, Incorporated, 

West Springfield Grange No. 147 Patrons of 

Husbandry. 
Weston School for Girls, The, 

Widen Lord Tanning Co. Employees' Mutual 
Benefit Association, Inc.i 

Woman's Club House Corporation of Framing- 
ham, The. 

Woman's Club of Brockton 

Woman's Club of Fall River, The, . 

Woman's Home and Foreign Mission Society of 

the Advent Christian Denomination, The. 
Women's City Club of Boston, 

Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 

Trustees of the. 
Worcester Aerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles, 

Worcester County Improvement League and 
Alfalfa Club. 

Worcester Knights of Pythias Charitable and 
Educational Association. 

Young Men's Hebrew Association of Cam- 
bridge. 

Young Men's Hebrew Association of Revere, . 

Young Women's Hebrew Association of Lynn, 

Mass. 
Zaslav Benefit Association of Boston, i 



355 corporations, 



Where Located. 



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Wellesley, 

Natick, . 

Wenham, 

Boston, . 

Gloucester, 

Newton, 

West Springfield 

Boston, . 

Danvers, 

Framingham 

Brockton, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Cambridge, 

Revere, . 

Lynn, 

Boston, . 

Total, 



S25,000 
10,000 



$1,031,000 



SIO 



2,500 



1,000 



Nov. 28, 

1913. 
Oct. 5, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Aug. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 21, 

1914. 
Dec. 6, 

1913. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
June 18, 

1914. 
Nov. 17, 

1913. 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 8, 

1913. 
Mch. 11, 

1914. 
Nov. 5, 

1913. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Oct. 7, 

1913. 
July 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Dec. 5, 

1913. 



Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Oct. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
May 25, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 21, 

1914. 
Dec. 23, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 29, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Dec. 9, 

1913. 
Apr. 4, 

1914. 
Aug. 10, 

1914. 
Dec. 17, 

1913. 
Aug. 13, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 16, 

1913. 



I Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



66 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION, 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Organization of Credit Unions, binder Chapter 419, 

Acts of 1909. 



name of corporation. 



Location. 



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5 


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Apr. 22, 
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5 


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Aug. 31, 
1914. 


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May 13, 
1914. 


5 


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Feb. 21, 
1914. 


5 


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Feb. 17, 
1914. 


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Jan. 7, 
1914. 


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Jan. 6, 
1914. 


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June 10, 
1914. 


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Jan. 22, 
1914. 


5 


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Aug. 3, 
1914. 


5 


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5 


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May 16, 
1914. 


5 


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May 21, 
1914. 


5 


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Apr. 8, 
1914. 


5 




Sept. 24, 
1914. 



Beverly Investment Credit Union, . 

Cosmopolitan Credit Union, The, . 

Elmco Credit Union 

Gilco Credit Union 

Greater Boston Credit Union, 

Jewish Farmers' Cooperative Credit Union of 

Bristol County, Massachusetts, The. 
Massachusetts Credit Union, 

Progressive Credit Union, 

Regnillas Credit Union, 

Roxbury Credit Union, The, . 

Sacred Heart Credit Union, The, or "La Caisse 

Populaire du Sacre Coeur". 
St. Francis Credit Union, 

Shawmut Credit Union, The, 

Shoe Clerks Credit Union, 

Traders' Credit Union, The, . 

Workers' Credit Union, 

'Zion Credit Union, The, 

17 corporations. 



Beverly, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Attleborough, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
Fitchburg, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Fitchburg, 
Worcester, 



Dec. 2, 

1913. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Oct. 1, 

1914. 
July 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Sept. S, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
June 29, 

1914. 
July 11, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Oct. 26, 

1914. 



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ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Increase of Capital, under Section 54, Chapter 110, 
and Section 7, Chapter 125, Revised Laws. 



NAME OF corporation. 



Location. 



Amount 

of 
Increase. 



Amount 
Paid in. 



When 
Paid in. 



Amherst Power Company, 
ArUngton Gas Light Company, . 
Arlington Gas Light Company, . 
Attleborough Steam and Electric Company, 
Blackstone Electric Light Company, The, . 
Boston Conservatory of Music^ 
Cambridge Electric Light Company, . 
Cambridge Gas Light Company, 
Connecticut River Transmission Company, 
Fall River Electric Light Company, . 
Fall River Electric Light Company, . 
Fall River Gas Works Company, 
Gardner Electric Light Company, 
Gardner Electric Light Company,- 
Greenfield Electric Light and Power Company, 
Haverhill Gas Light Company, . 
Heath Telephone Company, 
Leominster Gas Light Company, 
Marion Gas Company, The, 
Marion Gas Company, The, 
Old Colony Gas Company, 



Old Colony Gas Company, 
Scituate Water Company, 



Amherst, 

Arlington, 

Arlington, 

Attleborough, 

Blackstone, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Fall River, 

Fall River, 

Gardner, 

Gardner, 

Greenfield, 

Haverhill, 

Heath, . 

Leominster, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Scituate, 



$100,000 

81,000 

66,500 

40,000 

30,000 

450,000 

50,000 

120,000 

495,000 

200,000 

200,000 

115,000 

80,000 

3 40,000 

4 40,000 
250,000 

510,000 
78,000 
85,000 
15,000 
30,000 

211,000 

200,000 



3 70,000 
* 134,800 



3100,000 

81,000 

66,500 

40,000 

30,000 

450,000 

50,000 

120,000 

495,000 

200,000 

200,000 

115,000 

80,000 

3 40,000 

4 40,000 
250,000 

510,000 

78,000 

85,000 

15,000 

30,000 

100,500 

110,500 

100,000 

100,000 

4 34,800 

« 10,000 

4 15,000 

* 15,000 

4 10,000 

4 20,000 

3 70,000 

4 30,000 



Jan. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
June 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
July 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
June 25, 

1914. 
July 19, 

1913. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 
June 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1913. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1912. 
May ,2, 

1913. 
Oct. 24, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
June 26, 

1914. 
Dec. 21, 

1901. 
Jan. 9, 

1902. 
Feb. 23, 

1904. 
Oct. 31, 

1906. 
Dec. 31, 

1908. 
Apr. 10, 

1911. 
July 11, 

1912. 
Sept. 1, 

1912. 



1 Increase under R. L. chap. 125, sect. 7. 

2 Corrected certificate, in Ueu of certificate filed Feb. 11, 1914. 



3 Preferred. 
* Common. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 91 

Certificates of Increase of Capital, etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Amount 

of 
Increase. 


Amount 
Paid in. 


When 
Paid in. 


When 
Filed. 


Weymouth Light and Power Company, 
Worcester Electric Light Company, The, . 
Worcester Gas Light Company, .... 


Weymouth, . 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Totals, . 


S30,000 
100,000 
200,000 


$30,000 
100,000 
200,000 


Feb. 22, 
1914. 

Jan. 15, 
1914. 

Apr. 15, 
1914. 


June 6, 
1914. 

Feb. 26, 
1914. 

June 10 
1914. 


26 certificates, 21 corporations 


84,021,300 


S4,021,300 





Abstract of Certificates of Increase of Capital of Gas, Electric Light and 
Water Corporations, under Section 68, Chapter 742 and Section 5, Chapter 
787, Acts of 19U. 



name of corporation. 



Location. 



Amount 

of 
Increase. 


Amount 


When 


Paid in. 


Paid in. 


8100,000 


$100,000 


Jan. 31, 
1914. 


150,000 


150,000 


May 28, 
1914. 


75,000 


75,000 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


46,500 


46,500 


Sept. 18, 
1914. 


360,000 


360,000 


July 31, 
1914. 


100,000 


100,000 


Dec. 1, 
1913. 


20,000 


20,000 


July 15, 
1913. 


20,000 


20,000 


Sept. 30, 
1914. 


1 35,000 


1 10,100 


Feb. 2, 
1«14. 




1 5,300 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 




11,150 


Feb. 13, 
1914. 




1 2,600 


Feb. 14, 
1914. 




1 5,900 


Feb. 25, 
1914. 




19,950 


Feb. 27, 
1914. 


480,000 


215,000 


Jan. 16, 
1911. 




2 265,000 


Mch. 24, 
1914. 


60,000 


60,000 


3_ 


30,000 


30,000 


May 13, 
1913. 


250,000 


250,000 


Apr. 3, 
1911. 


250,000 


250,000 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


75,000 


75,000 


July 30, 
1914. 


$2,051,500 


$2,051,500 



When 
Filed. 



Agawam Electric Company, The, 
Amesbury Electric Light Company, . 
Amherst Gas Company, . 
Arlington Gas Light Company, . 
Citizens' Gas Light Company, of Quincy, 
Easthampton Gas Company, 
Franklin Electric Light Company, 
Gardner Gas, Fuel and Light Company, 
Greenfield Gas Light Company, 



New Bedford Gas and Edison Light Company, 



Plymouth Electric Light Company, . 
Southbridge Water Supply Company, 
United Electric Light Company, 
United Electric Light Company, 
Ware Electric Company, . 

15 certificates, 14 corporations, . 



Agawam, 

Amesbury, 

Amherst, 

Arlington, 

Quincy, 

Easthampton, 

Montague, 

Gardner, 

Greenfield, 



New Bedford, 

Plymouth, 
Southbridge, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 
Ware, . 

Totals, 



Nov. 27, 

1914. 
Oct. 5, 

1914. 
Nov. 16, 

1914. 
Oct. 23, 

1914. 
Aug. 4, 

1914. 
Nov. 16, 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 14, 

1914. 



Oct. 16, 
1914. 



Nov. 16, 

1914. 
Aug. 26, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
Oct. 5, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Except 23 shares on which there is a small balance due, namely $650. Against this the corporation holds the certificate 
of 23 shares as security. 

3 Paid in on or about Oct. 12, 1913. 



92 



ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Articles of Amendment (Increase of Capital) by Corporations 
under The Business Corporation Law. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



A. H. Davenport Company, 

A. J. Bates Company 

A. Storrs and Bement Company, 
Acme Spring Manufacturing Company, The, 
Acushnet Process Company, . 
Adams & Ruxton Construction Company, 
Alco Film Corporation of New England, . 
Ailing Rubber Company, 
American Belting and Tanning Company, 

American Feature Film Co 

American Life-Saving Garment Company, ^ 

American Manufacturing Company, 

Ames Plow Company, 

Amherst Waxed Paper Mills, 

Apsley Rubber. Company, 

Arthur C. Harvey Company, 

Ashby, Crawford Company, 

Associated Trust, Inc., The, 

Atlantic Coast Hardware Co., 

Atlantic Printing Company, 

B. D. Rising Paper Company, 

Baush Machine Tool Company, 

Bay State Storage & Warehouse Company, 

Bay State Thread Works, 

Bay View Quarry Company, . 

Beauvais Water Heater Company, The, . 

Bellere Automatic Train Stopping Machinery 

Co.8 
Benoit Clothing Company,^ 

Bigelow Carpet Corporation, 

Boston Fibre Co., Inc., . 



Boston, . 

Webster, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Acushnet, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, ' 
Boston, . 

Amherst, 

Hudson, 

Boston, . 

Marlborough, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Great Barring 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Quincy, 

Holyoke, 



Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



S400,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 

30,000 

1, 3 165,000 

2 35,000 

60,000 

10,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 
25,000 

2 25,000 

^2,000 

6 25,000 
2 6,000,000 

2 300,000 
20,000 

1 500,000 

2 500,000 
1 100,000 
2 100,000 

1 25,000 

2 75,000 
2 50,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 
2 30,000 

600,000 

1 500,000 

2 1,000,000 

1 175,000 

2 150,000 

7 29,500 
2 60,500 
2 30,000 

2 125,000 

50,000 

8,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
25,000 



$300,000 

1 300,000 

70,000 

2 15,000 

15,000 

5,000 

2 20,000 

25,000 

1 40,000 
48,000 

275,000 

1 4,000,000 

1 350,000 

30,000 

1 500,000 

1 100,000 

1 100,000 

2 50,000 

1 500,000 
2 50,000 
2 50,000 

1 30,000 

100,000 

2 250,000 

1 25,000 

1 125,000 

2 64,500 
1 20,000 

1 75,000 

50,000 

2,000 

1 5,495,000 

2 8,045,000 

25,000 



$700,000 

1 400,000 

2 100,000 
100,000 

1, 3 165,000 

2 50,000 

75,000 

15,000 

1 20,000 

2 50,000 

50,000 

1 40,000 
2 25,000 
< 50,000 

» 300,000 

1 4,000,000 

2 6,000,000 

1 350,000 

2 300,000 

50,000 

1 1,000,000 
2 500,000 
1200,000 
2 100,000 
1 125,000 
2 125,000 
1 500,000 
2 100,000 

1 20,000 

2 80,000 

1 30,000 

2 30,000 
700,000 

1 500,000 
2 1,250,000 

1 200,000 

2 150,000 
1 125,000 
2 125,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 
1 75,000 

2 125,000 
100,000 

10,000 

1 5,500,000 

2 8,050,000 

50,000 



' Preferred. 
2 Common. 
' This amount was reduced to $150,000 by certificate of 

reduction of capital stock filed May 8, 1914. 
■• Par value of shares cliungcd from $100 to $50 per share. 
'■> Certificate of increase of capital filed May 28, 1913, 

amended relative to values for which stock was issued. 



8 Par value of shares changed from $10 to $5 per share. 
' Preferred, but now authorized to be cancelled by certifi- 
cate of reduction of capital stock filed Mch. 19, 1914. 
8 Purposes of the corporation amended. 
^ Name changed to Hallbauer, Maloney, Tliesse Company. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 93 

Articles of Amendment {Increase of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Boston Fish Market Corporation, 

Boston Foundry Company, 

Boston Hat & Bonnet Frame Company, 

Boston Silver Black Fox Company, The, 

Boston Wholesale Grocery Company, The, 

Bradley-Ricker Company, 

Brockton Hebrew Loan Corporation, The, 

Brockway-Smith Corporation, The, 

Brownell Boston Company, 

Builders Iron and Steel Company,- 

Butman & Cressey Company, . 

C. A. Nichols Company, 

C. C. A. Cigar Company, 

C. D. Parker & Co., Incorporated, 

C. F. Coombs & Co., Inc., 

Cape Ann Anchor Works,^ 

Carroll-Peabody Shoe Co.,' 

Chas. A. G. Winther Co., 

Charles T.-Smith Co. Inc., 

Coconis Cigarette Machine Co., 

Collateral Loan Company, 

Colonial Fur Ranching Company, 

Columbian Corporation, The, . 

Commercial Fibre Company, . 

Commonwealth Ice & Cold Storage Company, 

Concord Building Company, 

Concord Steel Products Company, 

Cordis Mills, .... 

Daniel Green Felt Shoe Company, 

Devonshire Market Inc, i" 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Plymouth, 
Brockton, 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Lynn, . 
Springfield, 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Gloucester, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass. 
Rutland, Vt 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Framingham, 

Boston, . 

Millbury, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



and 



1 $1,000,000 



1 10,000 

1 15,000 

50,000 

i 20,000 

1 31,000 

^ 25,000 

1 7,500 

5,000 

40,000 

1 10,000 

1 7,000 

15,000 

30,000 

50,000 

130,000 

1 75,000 

1 100,000 

1 50,000 

5,000 

12,000 

s 50,000 

600,000 

1 150,000 

■1 300,000 

1 300,000 

« 20,000 

1 30,000 

1 1,000,000 

32,000 

1 20,000 

120,000 

1 500,000 

* 5,000 
1 5,000 



2 $550,000 

3 300,000 
1 150,000 

15,000 

^ 15,000 
50,000 

1 35,000 

1 2,500 

3,000 

160,000 

* 15,000 
1 5,000 

< 50,000 

1 43,000 

10,000 

70,000 

50,000 

70,000 

•s 250,000 

1 175,000 

•> 50,000 

* 10,000 

5,000 

88,000 

9 25,000 

900,000 

4 50,000 

4 300,000 

" 30,000 

1 20,000 

" 500,000 

43,000 

i 2,000 

180,000 

i 500,000 

1 5,000 



2 $550,000 

3 300.000 
1 1,150,000 

25,000 

< 25,000 
1 15,000 
100,000 

* 20,000 
1 66,000 
4 25,000 
1 10,000 

8,000 

200,000 

* 15,000 
1 15,000 
•1 50,000 
1 50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

100,000 

200,000 

^ 250,000 

1 250,000 

■1 50,000 

1 100,000 

4 10,000 

1 50,000 

10,000 

100,000 

9 25,000 

8 50,000 

1,500,000 

^ 50,000 
1 150,000 

4 600,000 
1 300.000 

« 50,000 

1 50,000 

i 500,000 

1 1,000,000 

75,000 

4 2,000 
1 20,000 
300,000 

* 500,000 

1 600,000 

i 5,000 

1 10,000 



1 Common. 

2 Preferred, Series A. 
" Preferred, Series B. 
* Preferred. ( 

5 Par value of. both classes of stock established at S25per 

share. 
^ Name changed to Cape Arm Anchor and Forge Company. 



<■ Name changed to Carroll-Peabody-Jellerson Shoe Co. and 
principal office of the corporation changed from Haver- 
hill, Mass., to Norway, Me. 

8 Common; par value $50 per share. 

9 Preferred; par value SIO per share. 

1" Name changed to Devonshire Cooperative Society. 



94 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1914. 

Articles of Amendment (Increase of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Diamond Shoe Company of Mass., 

Diiectovu Company, The, 

Dr. Stohr Pharmaceutical Company, The, 

Dorchester Express Company, . 

E. S. Lincoln, Inc., 

E. T. Wright & Co., Incorporated 
Eastern Metal and Refining Company, 
Edward Bryant Company, 
Edward T. Russell & Co., Inc.,^ 
Electrical Sales Company, 
Elmwood Poultry Farm, Inc., . 
Emerson Fabric Company, The, 
Emery & Marshall Co., . 
Ensign Manufacturing Company, 

F. S. Payne Co.,5 . 
Farr Alpaca Company, . 
Federal Realty Company, Inc.,^ 
Fiske & Company, Incorporated, 
Fitchburg Horn Goods Company, The, 
Frank G. Shattuck Company, . 
Fra nkli n Shoe Company,' 
Fuller, Chandler and Patten Co., 

G. W. Laythe Shoe Company, . 
George E. Chandler Company, 
George W. Gale Lumber Company, 
Oilman Brothers Inc., 
Globe Ear-Phone Co., . 
Gloucester Hospital, Inc., 
Greater Boston Mortgage Corporation, 
Grueby Faience and Tile Company, 
Guarantee Trust Inc., The, 
H. M. Hansen Shoe Co., . 
Halsey & Company, Incorporated, 



Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Waltham, 
Rockland, 
Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Rockport, 

Boston, Mass, 
Gouldsboro, 

Boston, . 

Leominster, 

Rockland, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, Mass 
New York, ] 
Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fitchburg, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Hudson, 

Clinton, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Quincy, 

Boston, . 



Me. 



, and 



and 
Me. 



and 
. Y. 



$50,000 

1 50,000 

2 25,000 

3 25,000 

4,000 

1 150,000 
2 100,000 
2 250,000 

50,000 

2 50,000 

2 100,000 

2,500 

25,000 

50,000 

100,000 

1 250,000 

2 150,000 

40,000 

2,400,000 

50,000 

2 91,000 

20,000 

2 100,000 
18,000 

1 20,000 

2 20,000 
15,000 

, 2 5,000 

1 60,000 

2 60,000 
2 75,000 

1 10,000 

2 15,000 

50,000 

2 50,000 

90,000 

3 250,000 

50,000 
10,000 



$50,000 

2 25,000 

225,000 

2,000 

1 50,000 
2 200,000 

1 350,000 

50,000 

1 25,000 

1 50,000 

7,500 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 
100,000 

4,800,000 

50,000 

1 25,000 

10,000 

1 200,000 

32,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

10,000 



1 15,000 
2 15,000 

1 75,000 

1 15,000 

2 10,000 
25,000 

1 50,000 

10,000 

750,000 

150,000 

90,000 



$100,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
3 250,000 

6,000 

1 200,000 

2 300.000 

1 350,000 

2 250,000 
100,000 

1 25,000 

2 50,000 
1 50,000 

2 100,000 
10,000 

75,000 

100,000 

150,000 

1 350,000 

2 250,000 
140,000 

7,200,000 

100,000 

1 25,000 

2 91,000 
30,000 

1 200,000 

2 100,000 

50,000 

1 30,000 

2 30,000 
25,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 

1 75,000 

2 75,000 

1 75,000 

2 75,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
75,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
100,000 

3 1,000,000 

200,000 

100,000 



1 Preferred. 

2 (/Ommon. 

■■' Par value of shares changed from $100 to $10 
■< Par value of both classes of stock estabUshed 

sliarc. 
^ And amendment relative to transfer of stock. 



^ Amendment to articles of organization relative to values 
for which capital stock is to be issued, 
per share. ' Amendment relative to transfer of stock, 

at $10 per » Amendment limiting the duration of the corporation to 
fifty years 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

Articles of Amendme7it (Increase of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



95 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 



Harbor Manufacturing Company.i . 
Harrington Manufacturing Company, 
Harrington Manufacturing Company, 
Henry W. Berry Company, 
Hodgdon-Durand Co., .... 
Hodgson, Kennard & Company, Incorporated, 
Hoffecker Company, The, 

Hoffman Specialty Company, . 

Holtzer-Cabot Electric Company, The, 

Hudson Counter Company, 

I. Charak Company, .... 

I. N. Chase Lumber Co., 

Imperial Cloak and Suit Company, . 

Independent Button Fastener Machine Com- 
pany. 

Indian Orchard and Ludlow Co-operative Asso- 
ciation of Springfield, Mass., The 

Isaac Prouty & Co. Incorporated, 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 

J. F. Sheppard & Sons Inc., 

J. L. Chalifoux Company.^ 

J. S. Cushing Company, . 

J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, The, 

Jacksonville Traction Company, 

Jaynes Drug Company, . 

Jersey Ice-Cream Company, The, 

Joseph Breck & Sons' Corporation, 

Journal Newspaper Company, . 

Karl Andren Company, . 

Kenlit Mfg. Co., . 

Kiley Hardware Company, 

Kinney Manufacturing Company, 

L. E. Knott Apparatus Company, 

Lace Shop, Inc., The, 

Lane Brothers Company, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Salem, . 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Hudson, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Spencer, 
Boston, . 
Braintree, 
Lowell, . 
Norwood, 
Chicopee, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Medford, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$5,000 

75,000 

100,000 

2 25,000 

10,000 

= 40,000 

2 60,000 
4 75,000 

3 50,000 
2 100,000 

25,000 

2 250,000 
2 20,000 

10,000 
40,000 
8,000 
25,000 
10,000 

3 300,000 
2 300,000 

10,000 

50,000 

2 45,000 

2 125,000 

2 400,000 

s 500,000 

2 1,000,000 

2 50,000 

25,000 

2 125,000 

2 300,000 

2 20,000 

5,000 

12,000 

2 1,000,000 

85,000 

10,000 

50,000 



$7,000 

25,000 

200,000 

s 25,000 

15,000 

3 50,000 

3 175,000 

2 50,000 

25,000 
3 300,000 

3 10,000 
15,000 
20,000 
10,000 

125,000 

5,000 

3 150,000 

15,000 

40,000 

3 45,000 

3 75,000 

3 400,000 

2 300,000 

3 600,000 

2 500,000 
3 50,000 

.75,000 

3 225,000 

3 200,000 
3 50,000 

8,000 

13,000 

3 500,000 

5,000 
10,000 
50,000 



$12,000 
100,000 
300,000 

3 25,000 

2 25,000 
25,000 

3 90,000 
2 60,000 
1 75,000 

3 225,000 

2 150,000 

50,000 

3 300,000 

2 250,000 
3 10,000 

2 20,000 
25,000 

60,000 

18,000 

150,000 

15,000 

3 450,000 

2 300,000 

25,000 

90,000 

3 45,000 

2 45,000 

3 75,000 
2 125,000 

3 400,000 

2 700,000 
3 1,000,000 
2 1,500,000 

3 50,000 

2 50,000 
100,000 

3 225,000 

2 125,000 

3 200,000 

2 300,000 

3 50,000 
2 20,000 

13,000 

25,000 

3 500,000 
2 1,000,000 

90,000 

20,000 
100,000 



Oct. 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
July 17, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Sept. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 

May 22, 

1914. 
Dec. 22, 

1913. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
July 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 24, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
July 30, 

1914. 
Sept. 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 3, 

1914. 



^ Purposes of corporation amended. 

2 Common. 

3 Preferred. 



* Prior preferred. 

^ Par value of preferred stock established at $25 per share. 



96 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1914. 

Articles of Amendment {Increase of Capital), etc. — • Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 


Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


Lexington Coal Company, .... 


Lexington, 


S15,000 


$10,000 


825,000 


Apr. 25, 
1914 


Liberty Paper Company, .... 
Lincoln- Williams Twist Drill Company, . 


Boston, . 
Taunton, 


1 10,000 
2 15,000 
2 70,000 


1 50,000 
1 140,000 


» 60,000 
2 15,000 
1 140,000 
2 70,000 
50,000 


Feb. 7, 
1914. 

Nov. 20, 
1914. 


Linehan-Conover Company 


Worcester, 


30,000 


20,000 


Dec. 4, 
1913. 


Lionne Company, The 

Lloyd Coal Company, 

Louis Dejonge Co 

Lynch Heel Company 


Boston, . 
Arlington, 
Fitchburg, 
Lynn, . 


2 50,000 

1 10,000 
= 10,000 
2 120,000 

5,000 


1 15,000 

1 10,000 

1 500,000 

20,000 


1 15,000 
2 50,000 
1 20,000 
2 10.000 
1 500,000 
2 120,000 
25,000 


Jan. 12, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 


Lyon Carpet Company 


Lowell, . 


50,000 


20,000 


70,000 


June 3, 
1914. 


M. A. Packard Company, • . . . . 
M. & C, Skirt Company 


Brockton, 
Boston, . 


1 200,000 

2 300.000 

99,000 


1 100,000 
151,000 


1 300,000 

2 300,000 
250,000 


Sept. 22, 
1914. 

June 18, 
1914 


Main Provision Company, Inc., The, 


Boston, . 


2,000 


1,100 


3,100 


Nov. 19, 
1914 


Maine Fur Ranching Company, 


Salem, Mass., and 
West Rockport, 
Me. 

Worcester, 


50,000 


50,000 


100,000 


Nov. 5, 
1914. 


Majestic Manufacturing Company, The, . 


2 1,000 


1 19,000 


1 19,000 
2 1,000 


Nov. 28, 
1914. 


MarUer Publishing Company, s 


Boston, . 


1,000 


29,000 


30,000 


Oct. 29, 
1914. 


Martell Motor Company, .... 
Massachusetts Novelty Company, . 


Boston, . 
Cambridge, . 


2 10,000 
3,000 


1 25,000 

2 90,000 

3,000 


1 25,000 

2 100,000 

6,000 


July 28, 
1914. 

Jan. 14, 
1914. 


Massachusetts Waste Company,'' 
Master Production Film Company, . 


Sudbury, 
Boston, . 


2 99,000 
18,000 


1 150,000 

2 51,000 

32,000 


1, 5 150,000 

2, 5 150,000 

50,000 


July 29, 
1914. 

May 29, 
1914. 


Matthews Manufacturing Company, 


Worcester, 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


Dec. 18, 
1913. 


Meredith Linen Mills 

Merrill Chair _& Manufacturing Company, 
Milton Bradley Company 


Boston, Mass., and 
Meredith, N. H. 

Boston, Mass., and 
Stoddard, N. H. 

Springfield, 


1 100,000 
2 60,000 
I 50,000 

2 150,000 
56,000 


1 15,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
444,000 


1 115,000 
2 60,000 
1 75,000 

2 175,000 
500,000 


June 25, 
1914. 

Dec. 29, 
1913. 

Nov. 18, 
1914. 


Modern Theatre Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


75,000 


125,000 


Sept. 18, 
1914 


Moore Drop Forging Company, 


Springfield, 


2 250,000 


1 325,000 


1 325,000 

2 250,000 


June 15, 
1914. 


Morse, McDonald Company,^ . . . . 


Boston, . 


1 15,000 


1 15,000 


1 30,000 


Apr. 9, 
1914. 


Motor Specialties Company, .... 

Nashua Card, Gummed and Coated Paper Com- 
pany. 
National Investment and Security Company, . 


Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., and 

Nashua, N. H. 
Boston, . 


2 100,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 

2 80,000 


1 20,000 

2 200,000 

1 50,000 


1 20,000 
2 100,000 
1 100,000 
2 300,000 

■ 150,000 

2 80,000 
41,000 


Feb. 13, 

1914 
June 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 


National Metallic Bed Company, 


Everett, 


20,000 


21,000 


Mch. 10, 
1914 


Naturaline Corset Company 

New Boston Music Hall, . . . . 


Boston, . 
Boston, . 


1 6,000 

2 6,000 
200,000 


1 19,000 
2 19,000 
300,000 


1 25,000 

2 25,000 
500,000 


June 6, 
1914. 

Mch. 27, 
1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

3 And purposes of the corporation amended. 

* Amendment to by-laws increasing possible number of 
directors from five to nine. 



'' Par value of both classes of stock established at $100 per 

share. 
" Name changed to McDonald Ross Company. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

Articles of Amendment (Increase of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



97 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 



New England Audit Co., 
New England Coal and Coke Company 
New England Cold Storage Company.^ 
New England Cooperative Society,* . 
New England Fibre Blanket Company, 
New England Panama Hat Company, Inc 
New England Power Company, 
New England Structural Company 
Nickerson the Haberdasher, Inc., 
Norfolk Lumber Company, 
North Truro Cold Storage Co., 
North Truro Cold Storage Co., 
Northeastern Company, The, . 
0. P. Blomquist Company, The,^ 
Oakes Knitting Mills Co.,6 

Oran McCormick Publishing Company, 

Orona Manufacturing Company, 

Page Company, The, 

Page-Storms Drop Forge Company, 

Park Building Company, 

Parsons Manufacturing Company, 

Peabody-Wobum Machine Company, 

Penn Metal Company, . 

Pilgrim Shoe & Rubber Company, 

Pinkham Press, 

Potter Knitting Company, 

Potter Press, The, . 

Power Equipment Company, . 

Preston B. Keith Shoe Company,'" 

Puritan Motor Supply Company, 

R. E. McDonald Company, 

Randall-Miller Company, 



Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Stoughton, 
Truro, . 
Truro, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Chicopee, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Peabody, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



1 SIO.OOO 
500,000 

2 300,000 
1 300,000 
2 100,000 
1 100,000 

2 25,000 

1 10,000 

11,000 

2 2,500,000 

1 750,000 
1 100,000 

5,000 

5,000 

15,000 

50,000 

5,000 

10,000 

' 25,000 
1 50,000 

1,000 

50,000 

2 100,000 
1 150,000 
1 125,000 

1 75,000 

10,000 

1 50,000 
1 75,000 

25,000 
1 20,000 

2 50,000 
1 25,000 

25,000 

10,000 

1 100,000 

1 50,000 

25,000 

2 10,000 
1 15.000 



2 $10,000 
1,000,000 

2 100,000 

1 20,000 

2 75,000 

2 25,000 

9,000 

1 1,750,000 

2 150,000 

10,000 

10,000 

35,000 

25,000 

5,000 

15,000 

8 25,000 

1,000 

50,000 

2 100.000 

2 200,000 

1 75,000 

9 200,000 

1 75,000 
20,000 

2 10,000 

2 75,000 
50,000 

2 20,000 

2 50,000 

70,000 

15,000 

2 150,000 

1 50,000 

2 55,000 

1 45,000 

75,000 

2 25,000 



2 510,000 

J 10,000 

1,500,000 

2 400,000 

1 320,000 

2 175.000 

1 100,000 

2 50,000 

1 10,000 

20,000 

2 2,500,000 

1 2,500,000 

2 150,000 

1100,000 

15,000 

15,000 

50,000 

75,000 

10,000 

25,000 

' 25,000 

8 25,000 

1 50,000 

2,000 

100,000 

2 200,000 
1 150,000 
2 200,000 
1 200,000 
9 200,000 
1 150,000 
30,000 

2 10,000 

1 50,000 

2 75,000 
1 75.000 

75,000 

2 20,000 

1 20,000 

2 100,000 

1 25,000 
95,000 

25,000 

2 150,000 
1 150,000 

2 55,000 

1 95,000 
100,000 

2 35,000 
1 15,000 



Jan. 8, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Oct. 13, 

1914. 
Feb 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 25, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914 
Oct. 16, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
Oct. 10, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Deo. 17, 

1913. 

Dec. 24, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Mch. 25, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Nov. 7, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
June 23, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Sept. 25, 

1914. 
Mch 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 14, 

1914. 
Aug. 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1914. 



Common. 
Preferred. 
And amendment to certificate of issue of capital stock 

filed Jan. 27, 1913. 
Par value of preferred stock changed from S5 to SIO per 

share; cancellation of all previous issues of preferred 



5 Name changed to Daniels and Blomquist Company. 

8 Provision made for surrender and redemption of preferred 

stock, second series Jan. 1, 1916. 
' Preferred, First Series. 

8 Preferred, Second Series. 

9 First preferred. 



I 



stock, and new issue of 1,630 shares of preferred stock. '" And amendment to by-laws. 



ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1914. 

Articles of Amendment {Increase of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Reading Rubber Manufacturing Company, 

Rice-Engineering Co., Inc., 

Richards & Brennan Co., 

Ripley & Bartlett Company, . 

Rivett Lathe and Grinder Company, 

Rockland Webbing Company, . 

Rogers, Lunt and Bowlen Company, 

Royal Candy Company, 

Royce Laundry Company, The, 

Ruddock Shoe Co., 

Russell Box Company, 

Ryan Transportation Company, 

S. G. Shaghahan & Co., Inc., . 

Salmon Falls Manufacturing Company, 

Samoset Chocolates Co 

Sandwich Freezer Company, . 

Sharp Manufacturing Company, 

Shawmut Iron and Wire Works, Inc., 

Shore Fish Company, 

Simonds Manufacturing Company, . 

Smith-Hammond Company, The, 

Solov-Hinds Company, . 

Southbridge Optical Company, 

Springfield-Merg Reduction Company, 

Stacy Adams Company, . 

Standard Fabric Company, 

Standard Publishing Company, of Pittsfield, The 

Standard Woven Fabric Company, ^ . 

Star Theatres Incorporated, 

Steiger, Dudgeon Company, 

Stetson Shoe Company, The, 

Strathmore Paper Company, 

Strathmore Worsted Mills, 

Sturtevant, Merrick Company, 

Siimmerfield Company, . 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Randolph, 

Plymouth, 

Boston, . 

Rockland, 

Greenfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Haverhill, 

Chelsea, 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Sandwich, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fitchburg, 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Southbridge, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Fall River, 

Pittsfield, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

New Bedford, 

Weymouth, 

West Springfield, 

Concord, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 



S150,000 

5,000 

200,000 

32,000 

1 3.50,000 

2 350,000 
2 75,000 

204,000 

9,000 

15,000 

25,000 

1 10,000 

2 15,000 

1,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

2 300,000 

1 75,000 

2 75,000 
75,000 

1 300,000 
2 1,200,000 

12,000 

8,000 

600,000 

1 25,000 
2 50,000 
2 20,000 

10,200 

2 200,000 
150,000 

2 150,000 

6,000 

1 200,000 

2 200,000 

10,000 

65,000 

150,000 

1, 4 500,000 

2 1,500,000 

225,000 

1 50,000 

2 150,000 

60,000 



$100,000 

95,000 

100,000 

3,000 

1 75,000 

1 25,000 
51,000 
10,000 

5,000 
5,000 

1 5,000 

2 20,000 

1,000 

1 10,000 

2 15,000 

1 450,000 

2 450,000 

1 75,000 

2 25,000 
25,000 

1 300,000 

6,000 

12,000 

1,400,000 

1 25,000 

1 25,000 

2 30,000 

9,800 

1 50,000 

150,000 

1 50,000 

9,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 

7,000 

85,000 

100,000 

1 1,000,000 

125,000 

1 50,000 

40,000 



$250,000 

100,000 

300,000 

35,000 

1 425,000 
2 350,000 

1 25,000 

2 75,000 
255,000 

19,000 

20,000 

30,000 

1 15,000 

2 35,000 

2,000 

1 60,000 
2 65,000 
1 450,000 
2 750,000 
1 150,000 
2 100,000 
100,000 

1 600,000 
2 1,200,000 

18,000 

20,000 

2,000,000 

1 50,000 
2 50,000 
125,000 
2 50.000 
20,000 

1 50,000 

2 200,000 
300,000 

150,000 

2 150,000 

15,000 

1 300,000 

2 300,000 

17,000 

150,000 

250,000 

1 1,000,000 

2 1,500,000 

350,000 

1 100,000 

2 150,000 

100,000 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

' Amendment to by-laws, and principal office in Massachusetts changed from Worcester to Framingham. 

♦ This amount authorized to be retired and cancelled by certificate of reduction of capital stock filed May 15, 1914. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 99 

Articles of Amendment {Increase of Capital), etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Superior Laundry Company, 
T. M. Walker Company, 
Taunton Evening News, 
Taylor and Barker Company, 
Taylor-Burt Company, The, 
Teel Motor Company, ^ . 
Tennessee Eastern Electric Company 
Theodore Schwamb Company, The, 
Towle Manufacturing Company, 
Turner's Falls Company, 
Turner's Falls Company, 
Twin Oak Poultry and Egg Company, 
United Candy Company, 
United Laboratories Company, 
United Nut Lock Company, 
United Perfume Company, 
United States Worsted Company, 

Victor Shoe Machinery Co., 
W. A. Castle Company, The, . 
Walton Lunch Company, 
Warren Chambers Pharmacy Inc. ,8 
Webster Thomas Company, 
Wellington-Pierce Company, . 
Wenham Lake Ice Corporation, 
White Paper Box Company, 
Witherell & Dobbins Company, 
Winter Brothers Company, 
Wobum Machine Company, 
Wollaston Foundry Company, . 
Woman's Journal, Proprietors of the, 
Worcester Baking Co., 
Worcester Paper Box Company, 

257 certificates, 254 corporations, 



Location. 



Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Taunton, 

Tewksbury, 

Holyoke, 

Medford, 

Boston, Mass, 
Johnson City, 
Arlington, 

Newburyport, 

Montague, 

Montague, 

Williamstown, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Holyoke, 
Haverhill, 
Wrentham, 
Wobum, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 

Totals, 



, and 
Tenn 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



1 S5,000 

2 15,000 
40,000 

6,000 

2 20,000 

1 80,000 

2 80,000 

1 5,000 
2 10,000 

1 450.000 

2 1,200,000 

15,000 

2 496,000 

1,500,000 

2,000,000 

4 5,000 

25,000 

75,000 

1 15,000 

2, 6 35,000 

25,000 

6 6,000,000 

7 4,000,000 
2 700,000 

1 50,000 

2 200,000 

12,000 

2 40,000 

1 1,500 

2 3,500 
55,000 



1 60,000 

2 15,000 
15,000 

50,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
2 150,000 

2 30,000 
15,000 
20,000 

2 20,000 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



§60,568,200 



1 845,000 

2 60,000 

10,000 

25,000 

1 150,000 

1 70,000 

1 5,000 

1 300,000 

2 300,000 

15,000 

1 230,000 
500,000 
500,000 

95,000 

100,000 

200,000 

1 110,000 

50,000 

2 4,300,000 

1 100,000 

2 150,000 

6,000 

1 100,000 

2 280,000 

1 1,500 

45,000 

1 25,000 

1 8,000 

2 2.000 
20,000 

10,000 

2 100,000 

1 50,000 

1 37,500 

2 7,500 

5,000 

30,000 

1 50,000 



$59,070,900 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



1 S50,000 

2 75.000 

50,000 

30,000 

1 150,000 

2 20,000 

1 150,000 

2 80,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

1 750.000 

2 1,500,000 

30,000 

1 250,000 

2 4Q6.000 
2,000,000 

2,500,000 

4 100,000 

125,000 

275,000 

1 125,000 

2 25,000 

75,000 

6 6,000,000 

' 4,000,000 

2 5,000,000 

1 150,000 

2 350,000 

18,000 

1 100,000 
2 320.000 

1 3,000 

2 3,500 
100,000 

1 25,000 

2 50,000 

1 68,000 

2 17,000 
35,000 

60,000 

I 25,000 
2 125,000 

1 50,000 
2 150,000 

1 37,500 

2 37,500 
20,000 

50,000 

1 50,000 

2 20,000 



8119,099,600 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed 



Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
May 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Mch. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Dpc. 31, 

1913. 
July 30, 

1914. 
May 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
May 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Mob. 4, 

1914. 
July 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 

May 13, 

1914. 
June 3, 

J914. 
June 27, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
June 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 3, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 
June 16, 

1914. 
Apr. 11, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

3 Par value of both classes of stock changed from SlOO to 

$25 per share, and amendment relative to rights and 
preferences of preferred stock. 
< Par value of shares changed from $50 to $100 per share. 



6 Amount of common stock was reduced to $25,000 by cer- 
tificate of reduction of capital stock filed June 30, 1914. 

6 First preferred. 

' Second preferred. 

8 And amendment relative to rights of preferred stock and 
relative to transfer and sale of stock. 



100 



ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Increase of Capital by Trust Companies under 

Chapter 189, Acts of 1905. 



name of corporation. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 



Fidelity Trust Company, .... 
Fitchburg Safe Deposit and Trust Company, The, 
Guaranty Trust Company 



3 corporations, 



Boston, . 

Fitchburg, 

Cambridge, 

Totals, 



$500,000 
250,000 
200,000 



1500,000 
250,000 
200,000 



$1,000,000 
500,000 
400,000 



$950,000 



$950,000 



$1,900,000 



July 22, 
1914. 

Mch. 28, 
1914. 

Apr. 24, 
1914. 



Abstract of Certificate of Reduction of Capital, under Section 55, Chapter 110, 

Revised Laivs. 



NAME of corporation. 


Location. 


Amount 

of 
Decrease. 


Present 
Capital. 


When 
Filed. 


Massachusetts Title Insurance Company,^ .... 


Boston, . 


2 $60,000 


3 $60,000 
•> 240,000 


Mch. 13, 
1914. 





1 This certificate corrects certificate of reduction of capital filed Apr. 22, 1907, in wliich it should have been stated that an 
increase of capital by the amount of $60,000 preferred stock was pro%'ided for. By certificate filed Sept 10, 1913, the preferred 
stock was increased to $100,000, making the present authorized capital $100,000 preferred stock and $120,000 common stock. 

- This amount of decreased common stock was converted into preferred stock as stated in preceding note. 

' Preferred. 

^ Common. 



Abstract of Articles of Amendment (Reduction of Capital) by Corporations 
under The Business Corporation Law. 



name of corporation. 


Location. 


Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 


Amount of 
Reduction 

now 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


A. A. White Company ,i 

A. J. Smart Manufacturing Company, 

Acme Spring Manufacturing Company, The,^ . 

Alco Film Corporation of New England, . 

Alpha Salad Cream Company,' 

American Card Clothing Company, . 


Boston, . 
Greenfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 


$35,000 

100,000 

3 165,000 

S 5 35,000 

3 20,000 

i 50,000 

50,000 

115,000 


$10,000 
99,000 

3 15,000 

3 20,000 
47,500 

114,000 


$25,000 

1,000 

3 1.50,000 

^ 6 35.000 

« 50,000 

2,500 

1,000 


Dec. 30, 

1913. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
Oct 20, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 30, 

1913. 



1 Name changed to George D. Wetherill & Co., Inc., of 

Mass. 

2 Name changed to Kim Manufacturing Company, Inc. 
' Preferred. 

* Common. 



5 This amount was increased to $50,000 by certificate of ■ 

increase of capital filed May 8, 1914. 
8 Name changed to Federal Products Company, and 

par value of shares changed from SlOO to $5 per 

share. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

Articles of Amendment {Reductio?i of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



101 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Reduction 

now 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
FUed. 



Ames Plow Company, 

Arrow Rubber Company, 

Art Metal Construction Company, 

Austin H. Perry Co., 

Bay State Thread Works, 

Bay State Waste Company, 

Beauvais Water Heater Company, The, 

Boston Bait and Supply Company, The, 

Boston Iron Works, 

Boston Oregon Mast Company, 

Bradley-Ricker Company,* 

Brandt Leather Company, 

C. L. Chase & Son, Inc., . 

Cape Ann Isinglass Company, 

Cape Cod Oyster Farms Co., 

Carroll Lumber Company, 

Charles Emmel and Rose Company, 



Charles Holmes Leather Working Machinery 

Company. 
Charles River Cooperative Society, The,- 



Cincotta Ciisolito Company, . 
Congress Shoe & Rubber Company, 
Crompton Associates, 
D. H. Fames Company,^ 
Devonshire Market Inc., 
Directoyu Company, The, 
Edward T. Russell & Co., Inc., 
F. S. Payne Co., . 
Fells Ice Company, The, 
Fells Ice Company, The, 
Frye-Stockbridge Co., 
George T. Horan, Inc., . 
Oilman Brothers Inc., 
Greene Advertising Company, 



Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, Mass. 
Jamestown, 
Haverhill, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Plymouth, 

Norwood, 

Leominster, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Wwcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 

Gouldsboro, 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Maiden, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



and 
N.Y. 



, and 

Me. 



1 .5350,000 

2 300,000 

25,000 

4,000,000 

100,000 

1 29,500 

2 60.500 
15,000 

200,000 

75,000 

100,000 

3 30,000 

1 25,000 

2 75,000 
25,000 

20,000 

10,000 

25,000 



20,000 

35,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 

50,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
175,000 

20,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
1 75,000 
2 25,000 
200,000 

1 100,000 

2 40,000 

25,100 

15,000 

1 35,000 

2 20,000 
1 100,000 

2 25,000 
150,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 



2 S200,000 

20,000 

1,857,200 

25,000 

1 29,500 

2,000 
75,000 
74,000 
25,000 
20,000 

2 67,500 
24,000 
14,000 

9,000 

15,000 

5,000 

5,000 

15,000 

1 25,000 

2 15.000 

25,000 

1 50,000 

2 45,000 

87,500 

. 14,000 

1 5,000 

1 25,000 

100,000 

1 100,000 

10,100 

11,000 

1 6,364 

2 3,636 
1 75,000 

75,000 

1 10,000 



1 5350,000 

2 100,000 

5,000 

2,142,800 

75,000 

2 60,500 

13,000 

125,000 

1,000 

75,000 

10,000 

1 25,000 

2 7,500 

1,000 

6,000 

1,000 
10,000 

5,000 
15,000 
20,000 
2 10,000 
25,000 
2 5,000 
87,500 

6,000 
2 5,000 

1 50,000 

2 25,000 
100,000 

2 40,000 

15,000 

4,000 

1,' 28,636 
2, ' 16,364 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
75,000 

1 10,000 
2 30,000 



Jan. 8, 

1914. 
June 13, 

1914. 
June 22, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Nov. 23. 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 14, 

1914. 
Dec. 5, 

1913. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 2, 

1913. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 9. 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
July 23, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
June 23, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Mav 15, 

1914. 
Dec. 8, 

1913. 
Sept. 9, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 4, 

1914. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

2 Par value of shares changed from SlOO to S333S/ioo per 

share. 
* Par value of common stock changed from $100 to SIO 

per share. 



5 Par value of common stock changed from 85 to SIO per 

share. 

6 Name changed to "Toggery Shop" Inc. by articles of 

amendment filed Oct. 1, 1914. 
' Par value of shares changed from SlOO to S81.81'!ii 
per share. 



102 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1914. 

Articles of Amendment {Reduction of Capital), etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 


Amount 
of Reduction 

now 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


Greene Advertising Company, 
Harris & Lawton, Incorporated, 




Boston, . 
Boston, . 


1 $10,000 
2 30,000 
100,000 


1 $10,000 
50,000 


2 $30,000 
50,000 


May 21, 

1914. 
Jan. 24, 

1914. 
Sept. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
June 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Jan. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 21, 

1914. ■ 
Nov. 7, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 
Mch. 31. 

1914. 
Dee. 29, 

1913. 
Sept 25, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914 
Dec. 13, 

1913. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
June 23, 

1914. 
May 19, 

1914. 
June 22, 

1914. 
July 25, 

1914. 


Hoffman Paint & Varnish Co., 




Boston, . 


50,000 


49,000 


1,000 


Isam Mitchell & Co., Inc., 




Brockton, 


100,000 


25,000 


75,000 


J. S. Cushing Company, . 




Norwood, 


200,000 


75,000 


125,000 


J. W. Colton Company, The, . 
James J. Coughlan Company, . 




Westfield, 
Boston, . 


1 12,500 

2 13,000 

25,000 


1 12,500 
2 4,000 
15,000 


2 9,000 
10,000 


James Ramage Paper Company, 




Monroe, 


100,000 


90,000 


10,000 


Jordan-Burnham Coal Company, 




Boston, . 


80,000 


79,000 


1,000 


Ludlow Manufacturing Company, . 




Ludlow, 


50,000 


21,000 


29,000 


MacDonald & Joshn Company, 




Boston, . 


50,000 


25,000 


25,000 


Massachusetts Broken Stone Co., 
Master Mariners' Towboat Company, 




Salem, . 
Gloucester, . 


1 125,000 

2 125,000 

= 30,000 


1 50,000 

2 50,000 

15,000 


175,000 

2 75,000 

15,000 


McKinnon Construction Company, . 




Boston, . 


« 50,000 


6 35,000 


15,000 


Merrimack Ice Co., The, 




Haverhill, 


80,000 


40,000 


40,000 


National Steel and Bronze Corporation, 
New England Cooperative Society,^ . 
Pardee & Young Company, 




Boston, Mass., and 
New York, N. Y. 
Boston, . 

Fall River, . 


1 2,000,000 

2 3,500,000 
1 100,000 
2 ion .000 

100,000 


1 2,000,000 

2 1,583,200 

2 75,000 

21,000 


2 1,916,800 

1 100,000 

2 25,000 

79,000 


Park Building Company, 

Parsons Manufacturing Company, . 

Peoples Theatre Inc 




Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 


1 300,000 

2 75,000 

1 20,000 

2 10,000 

37,500 


1 300,000 

1 20,000 

1,500 


2 75,000 

2 10,000 

36,000 


PljTnpton Manufacturing Company, 




Boston, . 


' 100,000 


80,000 


20,000 


Potter Press, The, . . . • . 

Reed-Prentice Company, 

Salmon Falls Manufacturing Company, 




Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 


1 25,000 

2 25,000 
1 1,250,000 
2 1,250,000 

600,000 


1 25,000 

2 500,000 

300,000 


2 25,000 

1 1,250,000 

2 750,000 

300,000 


Sherman Manufacturing Company, . 




Newburyport, 


50,000 


24,000 


26,000 


Slattery Brothers Automobile Company, 




Worcester, 


10,000 


7,000 


3,000 


Smokeless Fuel Co., 

State Rubber Company, . 

State Rubber Company, . 

Strathmore Paper Company, . 

Temple Theatre Company, 

Thomas D. Card Company, Incorporated, 


9 


Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

West Springfield, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 


1 50,000 

2 50,000 
1 250,000 

2 50,000 
1 150,000 

2 50,000 

1 500,000 
2 1,500,000 

1 100,000 

2 150,000 

6,000 


1 35,000 
2 35,000 
1 100,000 

1 150,000 

1 500,000 

T- 100,000 

3,000 


1 15,000 
2 15,000 
1 150,000 
2 50,000 
2 50,000 

2 1,500,000 

2, 8 150,000 

3,000 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

3 Par value of shares changed from $10 to $5 per share. 
* Of which amount $25,000 is issued. 

This certificate reduces the issued stock from $25,000 
to 115,000. 



8 Par value of common stock changed from $5 to $10 per 
share; cancellation of all previous issues of coromon 
stock, and new issue of 12 shares of common stock. 

' Par value of shares changed from $50 to .SIO per share. 

8 Par value of shares changed from $25 to $100 per share. 

' Par value of shares changed from $100 to $50 per share. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



103 



Articles of Amendment {Reduction of Capital), etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 


Amount 
of Reduction 

now 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


United Nut Lock Company 

United States Worsted Company,* . 

Vaughn-Upton Company, .... 


Springfield, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 


1 $15,000 
2 35,000 

5 6,000,000 

6 4,000,000 
2 7,000,000 

50,000 


2 $10,000 
2 6,300,000 

40,000 


1 $15,000 
2, 3 25,000 

6 6,000,000 
6 4,000,000 

2 700,000 

10,000 


June 30, 
1914. 

Mch. 26, 
1914. 

Nov. 13, 
1914. 

July 11, 
1914. 

Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Sept. 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
Auc;. 19, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 


W. H. McElwain Company, .... 

W. H. Pevear & Co., Inc., .... 
W. M. McDonald Company, Incorporated, The,' 


Boston, . 

Watertown, . 
Boston, . 


6 4,890,000 

6 2,000,000 

2 2,000,000 

1 10,000 

2 40,000 

100,000 


5 40,000 

2 20,000 
90,000 


6 4,850,000 

6 2.000,000 

2 2,000,000 

1 10,000 

2 20,000 

10,000 


Waltham Watch Tool Company of Springfield, 

Massachusetts, The. 
Wells Brothers Company, .... 


Springfield, 
Greenfield, 


45,000 
150,000 


44,000 
149,000 


1,000 
1,000 


Wight Brothers anc), 


Boston, . 


36,000 


12,000 


24,000 


Wiley and Russell Manufacturing Company, 


Greenfield, 


50,000 


49,000 


1,000 


Worcester Hay and Grain Co., 


Worcester, 


15,000 


14,000 


1,000 


Wright Manufacturing Company, 


Lawrence, 
Totals, . 


1 10,000 
2 60,000 


2 48,000 


1 10,000 
2 12,000 


84 certificates, 81 corporations, . 


$47,510,100 


$16,791,500 


$30,718,600 





1 Preferred. 

2 Ccmmon. 

3 Par value of common stock changed from $100 to $5 

per share. 



* Par value of common stock changed from $100 to $10 per 
share. 

5 First preferred. 

6 Second preferred. 

' And reduction of assets and liabilities. 



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1914.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 119 



Abstracts of Acts of Incorpokation of Corporations, with Other Enabling Acts 
Amendatory, Extending, Revival or Change of Name by the General Court in the 
Year 1914. 



Chapter 

678. Boston and Eastern Electric Railroad Company. Time for filing bond, as 
provided in section two of chapter five hundred and sixty-four of the Acts 
of 1911, extended to April 1, 1915. 

660. Boston and Providence Interurban Electric Railroad Companj^ Time within 
which said company maj' be incorporated extended to May 1, 1915. 

82. Boston Chamber of Commerce. Authorized to establish a trust fund for its 
general benefit. 

231. Boston Fatherless and Widows' Society. May hold real and personal estate 
not to exceed $200,000. 

548. Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company. May increase its capital stock to 
an amount not exceeding S3, 000,000. 

140. Brockton Hospital Company. City of Brockton may appropriate a sum not 
exceeding $8,000 a year, to be paid to said company toward the maintenance 
and support of the Brockton hospital. 

151. Chelmsford Water District. Bonds and notes issued bj^ said district shall be 
signed by its treasurer. 

31. Christ Church, Springfield. May hold real and personal estate not to exceed 
$450,000. 

19. Cooley Dickinson Hospital, The. Number of directors shall never exceed 
twenty-one. 

550. Cummington Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed $5,000. 
Capital stock $40,000. Bonds not to exceed amount of capital actually paid 
in. 

599. Dalton Fire District. May issue additional bonds not to exceed $200,000. 

192. Dighton Water Supply District. Time extended in which to begin to distribute 
water through its pipes to consumers. 

313. Duxbury Fire and Water District. Incorporated. Real estate. Bonds not to 
exceed $110,000. 

286. East SomerviUe Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Trustees of the. 
Name changed to the Trustees of the Fhnt Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. AU acts done by the Trustees of the East Somerviile Society of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church under any name other than its legal name are 
ratified and made valid. 



120 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1914. 

Chapter 

444. Essex Hosier}^ Company. Charter re\'ived. 

111. Falmouth Board of Trade. Incorporated. Real and personal estate not to 
exceed $50,000. 

41. First Baptist Society in Dan vers. May convey all its real and personal prop- 
erty to The First Baptist Church of Danvers, Mass. Upon making said 
conveyance said First Baptist Society in Danvers shall be dissolved. Acts of 
persons heretofore acting as said First Baptist Society or in its behalf, con- 
firmed. 

175. First Church in Boston, The. May hold real and personal estate, exclusive of its 
meeting-house, to an amount the annual income of which shall not exceed 
$25,000. 

32. First Congregational Church of Natick. May receive and hold all real and 
personal estate now held by the Trustees of the Natick Ministerial Fund 
and by the First Congregational Parish in Natick. In six months after con- 
veyance of said real and personal estate said Trustees of the Natick Minis- 
terial Fund and said First Congregational Parish in Natick shall be dissolved. 

529. Foxborough Village Improvement Association. Limits extended. 

512. Franklin Typographical Society. May hold real estate not to exceed $100,000 
and personal estate not to exceed $75,000. 

468. Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Company. Powers enlarged. 

89. Greenfield Society for the Protection of Animals, The. Incorporated. Real and 
personal estate not to exceed $5,000. 

92. Groton School, Trustees of. May hold real and personal estate not to exceed 
$2,000,000. 

593. Harvard Medical School of China (Incorporated), The. May confer certain 
degrees. 

39. Haverhill Board of Trade, Incorporated. Incorporated. Real and personal 
estate not to exceed $50,000. 

482. Hingham Water Company. Capital stock not to exceed $500,000. May extend 
its pipe lines and apparatus into the town of Norwell. 

685. Humarock Beach Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed 
$10,000. Capital stock $10,000. Bonds not to exceed amount of capital 
stock actually paid in. 

93. Joseph Warren Monument Association. The income of a certain fund to be 
conveyed by said association to the Roxbury Historical Society may be 
devoted to the maintenance of said societv. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 121 

Chapter 

185. Knollwood Cemetery. Tpwn of Canton may supply water to said corporation. 

40. Ladies City Mission Society in New Bedford. May hold real and personal 
estate not to exceed $125,000. 

. 296. Lake Pleasant Water Supply District. May supply electricity for lighting of 
streets, ways and public buildings in said district. 

327. Lawrence City Mission. Incorporation confirmed and made valid notwith- 
standing failure of incorporators to observe certain provisions of law relative 
to formation of corporations. 

333. Leominster Hospital Association. Town of Leominster imsiy pay money to 
said association to be used for charitable purposes. 

147. Lexington Historical Society. Park commissioners of the town of Lexington 
may lease to said society certain real estate located in said town. 

129. Ludlow Hospital. Town of Ludlow may raise by taxation sums of money and 
appropriate same for maintenance of said hospital. 

339. Lunenburg Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed $20,000. 
Capital stock $10,000. Bonds not to exceed $70,000. 

640. Lynn Chamber of Commerce. Incorporated. Real and personal property not 
to exceed $50,000. 

186. Lynn Home for Children. Incorporated. May hold certain property to be 

conveyed to it under wiU of Nathan Breed, late of Lynn. 

213. Mansfield Fire District. May issue notes or bonds not to exceed $35,000. 

337. Mansfield Water Supply District. May acquire lands necessary for a reservoir 

site and for extending its water works. May issue additional bonds not to 
exceed $75,000. 

613. Marshfield Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed $15,000. 
Capital stock $100,000. Bonds not to exceed the amount of its authorized 
capital stock. 

91. Massachusetts Agricultural College, The. Provision as to contents of parts 
three and foar of the annual report of the trujvces. 

338. Massachusetts Employees Insurance Association. Board of directors shall 

consist of not less than fifteen members. 

657. Middleborough Fire District. May issue bonds no+ to exceed $12,000. 



122 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1914. 

Chapter 

307. JMillington Village Improvement Society. Ingorporated. Real and personal 
property. 

365. Ministerial Fund of the Second Parish in Andover, The Trustees of the. Shall 
annually bold a meeting on or before the first day of March. 

638. Montague Lighting District. Estabhshed. 

281. New Mattakessett Creeks, Proprietors of the. Time extended in which said 
corporation may catch fish in the Great pond, so-called, in the town of Edgar- 
town. 

766. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. Authorized tp trans- 
fer all shares of stock of the Boston Railroad Holding Company held by it. 
The Boston Railroad Holding Company is authorized to sell and dispose of 
the stock and securities of the Boston and Maine Railroad held by it. 

104. Newton Theological Insticution. May hold property not to exceed $2,000,000 
of which not more than $500,000 shall be in real estate. 

488. Norwell Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed $5,000. 
Capital stock $10,000. Bonds not to exceed amount of authorized capital 
stock. 

675. Oak Grove Cemetery. City of New Bedford may construct a pubhc highway 
through said cemetery. 

591. Old Colony Theatre, Inc. Charter revived. 

15. Perkins Street Baptist Church, Somerville. Name changed to Grace Baptist 
Church. 

617. Pleasant St. Cemetery Corporation. May convey to the city of Marlborough 
all its real estate located in said city. 

184. Polish Roman Catholic Congregation of Palmer, Massachusetts, The. Dis- 
solved. Certain conveyance of land by said corporation confirmed and made 
valid. 

232. Psi Omega Fraternity in Williams College, Trustees of the. Incorporated. May 
hold real and personal property. Real estate not to exceed $35,000. 

534. Railway Mail Association. May conduct its business in Massachusetts as a 
foreign corporation until Oct. 1, 1915 without conforming to the provisions 
of chapter 628 of the Acts of 1911. 

132. R(!fuge in the City of Boston, The. Authorized to transfer and convey all the 
funds and property held by it to the Bethesda Society. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. • 123 

Chapter 

245. Sagamore Water Company. Time extended in which to begin to distribute 
water through its pipes to consumers. 

42, St. Mark's School, Trustees of. No corporate business shall be transacted at 
any meeting of the trustees unless five members of said board are present. 

485. Scituate Water Company. Capital stock shall not exceed $250,000. May 
extend its pipe lines and apparatus into the town of Norwell. 

110. Smith College, The Trustees of the. May hold real or personal estate in any 
amount. 

145. Suffolk Law School. Incorporated. May take over the property of the Suffolk 
School of Law. May grant the degree of Bachelor of Laws. 

21. Taunton Hospital Company. Name changed to Morton Hospital. Powers 
enlarged. 

403. Washingtonian Home. May hold real property not to exceed $250,000 and 
personal property not to exceed $250,000. 

152. West and South Water Supply District of Acton. May issue additional bonds 
or notes not to exceed $15,000. 

131. West Cummington Cemetery Association. County commissioners of the county 
of Hampshire authorized to convey to said corporation a part of Deer Hill 
state reservation. 

487. West Millburj^ Cemetery Association. Incorporated. Real estate. 

725. West Sutton Cemetery Corporation. Dissolved. 

289. Wing Memorial Hospital Association. Town of Palmer may raise by taxation 
sums of money, not exceeding $2,000 in any one year, and appropriate same 
toward maintenance of said association. 

294. Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. Chapter 229 of the Acts of 
1914, an act relative to said society, shall take effect May 15, 1914. 

229. Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. Name changed to Woman's 
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society. May hold real estate not to 
exceed $1,000,000 and personal estate not to exceed $5,000,000. 

366. Worcester Children's Friend Society. May hold real and personal property 
not to exceed $300,000. 



124 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of Corporations, required by 





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Jan. 2, 


1 Sept. 26, 


$60,000 


_ 


$9,754 


with land 


$95,118 


$14,732 


Adams (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Adams Gas Light Company, 


Oct. 30, 


3 Sept. 25, 


60,000 


- 


2,000 


$6,755 


4 111,135 


13,802 


Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 














Agawam Electric Company, 


Nov. 13, 


3 Oct. 14, 


125,000 


- 


5,569 


43,121 


149,113 


8,729 


The, Agawam. 


1914. 


1914. 














Agawam Reservoir, Power 


July 11, 


13 _ 


25,000 


_ 


96,088 


- 


- 


- 


and Irrigation Company, 


1914. 
















The, Boston. 


















American Bell Telephone 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 31, 


26,015,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


16 












American Telephone and Tele- 


June 24, 


"May 27, 


10,000 


- 


16,751 


- 


- 


600 


graph Company of Massa- 


1914. 


1914. 














chusetts, Boston. 


















Amesbury Electric Light 


Oct. 19, 


3 July 27, 


235,000 


$24,721 


- 


- 


4 87,336 


34,239 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Amherst Gas Company, The, 


Nov. 5, 


3 Oct. 14, 


300,000 


- 


75,133 


with land 


4 337,054 


53,025 


Amherst. 


1914. 


1914. 














Amherst Power Company, 


Nov. 7, 


3 Oct. 14, 


450,000 


_ 


16,440 


41,149 


73,793 


79,863 


Montague. 


1914. 


1914. 














Amherst Water Company, 


May 13, 


May 5, 


150,000 


- 


11,170 


- 


- 


122 


Amherst. 


1914. 


1914. 














Arlington Gas Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


1 Sept. 25, 


250,000 


_ 


28,160 


with land 


403,133 


21,749 


pany, Arlington (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Arlington Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 30, 


3 Sept. 24, 


444,000 


- 


26,823 


72,564 


4 482,614 


22,545 


pany, Arlington. 


1914. 


1914. 














Ashfield Water Company, 


Oct. 24, 


Sept. 3, 


20,000 


- 


9,300 


- 


- 


138 


Ashfield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Aspinwall Water Company, 


May 13, 


Apr. 2, 


10,000 


- 


300 


- 


9,700 


_ 


Lenox. 


1914. 


1914. 














Athol Gas and Electric Com- 


Oct. 19, 


3 July 27, 


325,000 


- 


347,865 


with land 


199,649 


22,679 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Attleboro Gas Light Com- 


July 23, 


July 21, 


58,000 


- 


26,657 


21,206 


137,278 


9,359 


pany Corporation, The, At^ 
tleborough. 
Attleborough Steam and Elec- 


1914. 


1914. 














Aug. 14, 


July 15, 


275,000 


_ 


14,766 


61,587 


255,625 


71,158 


tric Company, Attle- 


1914. 


1914. 














borough. 


















Automatic Telephone Com- 


May 13, 


Apr. 8, 


200,000 


- 


- 


17,668 


- 


8,778 


pany of New Bedford, New 


1914. 


1914. 














Bedford. 


















Ayer Electric Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


1 Sept. 24, 


30,000 


- 


3,959 


with land 


55,270 


3,250 


pany, Ayer (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Ayer Electric Light Com- 


Oct. 30, 


3 Sept. 23, 


30,000 


- 


500 


2,499 


4 56,417 


3,920 


pany, Ayer. 


1914. 


1914. 















1 Statement of June 30, 1913. 

2 Premium on stock. 

3 Statement of June 30, 1914. 

■• Including mains, services and 

appliances. 
' Supplies and materiale. 
•> Tenement property. 
' Premium on stock issues. 



8 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 63. 

9 Rights of way. 

■" Electric lines, meters and transformers. 
" New construction and miscellaneous 
assets. 

12 Accrued interest and taxes. 

13 None held in 1914. Statement of 

May 30, 1914. 



ii Mortgages. 

15 Accounts payable. 

i» All the assets of the company have 
been distributed to the stock- 
holders and all liabilities have 
been assumed by the American 
Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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$39,095 


$24,364 


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$531 


$127,406 


6 6,376 


6 $1,000 


- 


- 


141,068 


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53,787 


23,304 


' 3,416 


8 561 


141,068 


5 3,154 


9 4,065 
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" 1,804 


- 


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178,844 


125,000 


12 1,087 
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96,088 


- 


1,836,311 

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- 


- 


1,853,662 


10,000 


1,843,062 


600 


- 


- 


1,853,662 


5 6,269 


w 114,315 
6,133 


8S323 


- 


273,336 


235,000 


18,175 


19,838 


- 


8 323 


273,336 


5 11,158 


2° 8,655 


' 


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485,025 


300,000 


144,462 

21 30,000 

12 2,351 


8,212 






485,025 


24,596 


1° 446,291 

22 217,641 

23 7,979 






907,752 


450,000 


21 250,000 
15 139,530 
2-1 12,264 


55,958 






907,752 


769 


25 800 

26 190,967 
27 9,808 






213,636 


150,000 


38,000 


25,636 






213,636 


19,051 


- 


- 


- 


472,093 


250,000 


216,859 


1,807 


- 


3,427 


472,093 


6 51,386 


- 


- 




655,932 


397,500 


21 100,000 
152,165 


2,090 


- 


8 4,177 


655,932 


- 


- 


- 


6,062 


15,500 


15,400 


100 


- 


- 


- 


15,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


8,339 


28 274,826 
13,388 


120 


-• 


866,866 


325,000 


501,576 


40,170 


- 


120 


866,866 


22,643 


- 


35 


- 


217,178 


58,000 


8,000 


136,643 


29 14,500 


35 


217,178 


11,818 


• 30 1,000 
31 21,089 


- 


- 


437,043 


275,000 


10,061 
21 30,000 
32 35,000 


66,398 


33 20,000 


584 


437,043 


~ 


34 322,210 
36 15,000 


~ 


~ 


363,656 


200,000 


107,000 


34,156 


22,500 




363,656 


1,808 


- 


- 


- 


64,287 


30,000 


.29,441 


4,228 


- 


618 


64,287 


5 1,544 


6 1,000 


- 


- 


65,880 


30,000 


21 8,500 
25,131 


2,024 


- 


8 225 


65,880 



V Statement of Apr. 1, 1914. 
18 Construction. 

w Pole lines, meters and trans- 
formers. 
2" Prepaid expenses. 

21 Bonds. 

22 Right of way. 



23 Deferred and miscellaneous assets. 

24 Other liabihties. 

25 Pumping station. 

26 Water works. 
2' Meter account. 

28 Electric lines, gas mains, services, 
meters and transformers. 



29 Premium on new stock. 

30 Tenements. 

31 Sinking fund. 

32 Notes. 

33 Premium. 

S'' Plant accounts. 
35 License. 



126 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition\ 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Barnstable Water Company, 
Boston. 

Berkshire Water Company, 
Lee. 

Beverly Gas and Electric 
Company, Beverly. 

Blaekstone Electric Light 
Company, The, Boston. 

Block Plant Electric Light 
Company, The, Boston. 

Bolton Telephone Company, 
The, Bolton. 

Boston ConsoUdated Gas 
Company, Boston. 

Boston Electric Light Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Bridgewaters Water Company, 
Bridgewater. 

Brockton Gas Light Company, 
Brockton. 

Buzzard's Bay Electric Com- 
pany, Falmouth. 

Cambridge Electric Light 

1^ Company, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Gas Light Com- 
pany, Cambridge. 

Central Massachusetts Electric 
Company, Boston. 

Charlemont Electric Light and 
Power Company, Charle- 
mont. 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 
Company, Boston. 

Cheshire Water Company, 
Cheshire. 

Chester Electric Light Com- 
pany, Chester. 

Citizens' Gas, Electric and 
Power Company of Nan- 
tucket, Nantucket. 

Citizens' Gas Light Company 
of Quincy, Quincy. 

Clinton Gas Light Company, 
Clinton (for 1913). 

Clinton Gas Light Company, 
Clinton. 

Cohasset Water Company, 
Cohasset. 

Commercial Cable Company, 
The, Boston. 

Commercial Union Telegraph 
Company of Massachu- 
setts, The, Boston. 

Congress Street Safe Deposit 
Company, Boston. 

Connecticut River Bridge, 
Proprietors of. The, Boston. 

Connecticut River Transmis- 
sion Company, Boston. 



Apr. 23, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Sept. 2, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Oct. 6, 

1914. 
Nov. 12, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Sept. 2. 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Nov. 18, 

1914. 

Oct. 19, 
1914. 

Nov. 4, 
1914. 

Feb. 20, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
Aug. 24, 

1914. 

Oct. 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 2, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Nov. 21, 

1914. 

June 11, 
1914. 

Jan. 22, 
1914. 

Mch. 2, 
1914. 



iFeb. 17, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
3 July 27, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 
3 Sept. 10, 

1914. 
14 Oct. 13, 

1914. 
"June 23, 

1914. 
3 Aug. 4, 

1914. 

19 - 

Mch. 2, 

1914. 

3 Oct. 20, 

1914. 

3 July 27, 

1914. 

July 29, 

1914. 

Jan. 26, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 

3 Sept. 3, 
1914. 

29 Sept. 24, 

1913. 

3 Sept. 23, 

1914. 

Oct. 22, 

1914. 

Feb. 15, 

1914. 

30 July 26, 

1914. 

Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 

31 Jan. 20, 
1914. 






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$75,000 

20,000 

687,500 

40,000 

9,500 

1,500 

15,124,600 

3,000,000 

100,000 

1,309,000 

15,000 

850,000 

1,560,000 

150,000 
5,000 

600,000 

15,000 

5,000 

26,000 

743,000 
123,000 
123,000 
89,300 
10,000 
10,000 

20,000 

10,000 

700,000 



Assets. 



$158,469 



253,422 



26,558,483 



67,990 



4,451 



731,295 



35 1,206,303 



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estate 


$6,298 


- 


$71,208 


with 


R. E. 


925,543 


- 


- 


i 5,254 


- 


- 


8 21,853 


with 


real 


estate 


22,031 


with land 


22,234 


- 


$92,692 


" 1,321,656 


2,782 


13,986 


45,217 


238,029 


with land 


21 1.108,618 


537,102 


with land 


12,248,156 


- 


- 


4 29,153 


- 


- 


2,655 


152,839 
14,009 


806,512 


with 
buildings 


1,100 


175 


8,344 


1,457 


5,906 


32,284 


with 


real 


estate 


44,663 


with land 


280,216 


9,000 


35,240 


■» 292,004 


71,372 




99,843 


- 


4,000 


6,201 


- 


- 


- 



3ii 241,233 



1 Statementof Jan. 31, 1914. 

2 Prepayments. 

2 Statement of .June 30, 1914. 

* Including mains, services and 

appliances. 
' Supplies and materials. 
» Pole lines, gas mains, meters and 

transformers. 



7 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 63. 

8 And wires. 

" Investments. 
1" Mortgage. 
11 Plant, etc. 
I''' Reserve fund. 

13 Reserve for liability compensation insurance. 
1' Corporation not doing business. 



16 Statement of June 12, 1914. 
16 Mains, hydrants, etc. 
1^ And meters, mains, etc. 
13 Furniture, fixtures, horses, wagons 
and automobiles. 

19 None held in 1913. 

20 Lines. 

21 And plant. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



' 127 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 






LUBILITIES. 






Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 




o 

j 

1 


Moneys rec'd, 
etc., under R. 
L.,Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 


11 


3 
& 


1 

1 

3, 


Q 


o 

g'-' 


u a 


Guaranty Fund, 
under R. L., 
Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 


1 


S505 


2 $242 


- 


Sl,839 


S162,448 


$75,000 


$87,448 


- 


- 


- 


$162,448 


400 


- 


- 


~ 


78,885 


20,000 


49,120 


$9,765 


- 


- 


78,885 


12,825 


- 


- 




1,301,747 


687,500 


355,250 


256,952 


- 


$2,045 


1,301,747 


5 612 
4,658 


6 38,778 

154 

9 6,629 

" 1,801 
in, 150 


"S148 


- 


48,663 

38,084 

3,479 


40,000 
9,500 
1,500 


6,700 

1,890 

i» 17,000 

67 


1,815 
9,694 
1,912 


- 


7 148 


48,663 
38,084 
3,479 


567,296 


160,609 


- 


27,614,989 


15.124,600 


3,451,253 


8,861,985 


13 $16,543 


160,608 


27,614,989 


- 


- 


- 


3,000,000 


3,000,000 


3,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000,000 


- 


" 166,339 


- 


- 


210,876 


100,000 


99,000 


11,876 


- 


- 


210,876 


86,703 


IS 16,643 


2,934 


- 


1,689,573 


1,309,000 


335,002 


42,638 


- 


2,933 


1,689,573 


8,691 


20 63,665 


- 


2,798 


145,566 


11,000 


134,566 


- 


- 




145,566 


54,229 
5 205,552 

5 21,309 
1,971 


39,032 

26 462,346 
58,526 


3,954 
^ 25,860 

7 53 


- 


1,521,265 
3,391,094 

779,792 
4,626 


850,000 
1,560,000 

150,000 
3,000 


90,784 
359,221 

27 150,000 

413,206 

835 


234,027 
576,593 

66,533 
496 


22 72,500 

23 270,000 

22,875 

24 835,965 
25 10,580 

295 


3,954 
7 25,860 

7 53 


1,521,265 
3,391,094 

779,792 
4,626 


64,374 


- 


15,148 


- 


1,073,334 


600,000 


147,586 


310,600 


- 


15,148 


1,073,334 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,839 


15,000 


- 


- 


839 


- 


15,839 


157 


- 


- 


- 


10,195 


5,000 


4,895 


300 


- 


- 


10,195 


6,962 


28 19,717 


- 


- 


69,747 


26,000 


39,117 


4,630 


- 


- 


69,747 


32,542 


- 


1,061 


21,054 


806,097 


383,000 


420,940 


- 


13 1,096 


1,061 


806,097 


15,112 


- 


- 


- 


353,670 


123,000 


199,754 


29,365 


- 


1,551 


353,670 


5,11,389 


- 


- 


- 


359,609 


123,000 


27 110,000 
116,986 
65,000 


7,794 


- 


7 1,829 


359,609 


500 


- 


- 


- 


180,943 


89,300 


26,643 


- 


- 


180,943 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,943 


10,000 


14,484 


3,459 


- 


- 


27,943 


- 


31 10,000 


- 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


- 


32 15,000 


- 


1,524 


23,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


33 3,000 


- 


23,000 


- 


37 2,220 


- 


- 


1,449,756 


_ 
700,000 


38 749,756 


- 






1,449,756 



22 Reserve (special). 

23 Premium on capital stock. 
2'i Premiums. 

25 Profit sharing plan. 

23 Pole lines, meters and transformers. 

2' Bonds. 

28 Construction. 

29 Statement of June 30, 1913. 



3° The lines of this company are now 33 Reserves against unearned rentals 
operated by the Postal Tele- paid in advance. 

graph-Cable Company of Mas- 34 Statementof Dec. 31, 1913. 



saehusetts, and the latter in- 
cludes in its report the opera- 
tions of this company. 

31 Plant. 

32 Vaults. 



35 And lines and apparatus. 
38 And prepayments. 

37 Operating supplies on hand. 

38 And notes payable and deferred 

operating charges. 



128 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract of 


Certificates 


OF Condition 




1 

o 

^3 


bb 

1 
"o 

"el 


m"c3 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


la - 


1 


a 
3 


9 
i 


.a . 

1% 
1f^ 




^ 


Q 


o 


(S 


hJ 


pq 


§ 


o 


Conveyancers Title Insurance 


Feb. 18, 


1 Jan. 19, 


$500,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$22,408 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Cottage City Water Com- 


Apr. 7, 


iFeb. 24, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Oak BluiJs. 


1914. 


1914. 














Dedham and Hyde Park Gas 


Aug. 25, 


July 15, 


155,950 


- 


$7,018 


with land 


$244,075 


12,952 


and Electric Light Com- 


1914. 


1914. 














pany, Boston. 


















Dedham Electric Company, 


Nov. 12, 


9 Oct. 13, 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Dedham Water Company, 


Meh. 20, 


10 Jan. 12, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,911 


Dedham. 


1914. 


1914. 














Deerfield Company, The, Bos- 


July 3, 


Apr. 6, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Deerfield River Electric Light 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 26, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,941 


Company, Conway. 


1914. 


1914. 














East Boston Gas Company, 


Oct. 6, 


I'Sept. 9, 


1,024,300 


$943,728 


with 


real 


estate 


18,149 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 












East Mountain Water Com- 


Oct. 31, 


Aug. 11, 


4,000 


- 


60 


- 


- 


186 


pany, West Stockbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 














Easthampton Gas Company, 


Nov. 5, 


"Oct. 14, 


450,000 


- . 


11,958 


$143,796 


19 368,082 


37,460 


Easthampton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Edgartown Water Company, 


Oct. 21, 


"July 18, 


32,500 


- 


- 


16,500 


2< 62,151 


1,461 


Edgartown. 


1914. 


1914. 














Edison Electric Illuminating 


Nov. 12, 


"Oct. 13, 


20,480,000 


8,704,632 


_ 


_ 


32,198,597 


1,338,762 


Company of Boston, The, 


1914. 


1914. 










19 




Boston. 


















Edison Electric Illuminating 


Apr. 8, 


30 Mch. 3, 


948,800 


- 


313,289 


with land 


1,378,774 


134,650 


Company of Brockton, The, 


1914. 


1914. 














Brockton. 


















Electric Light and Power 


Aug. 25, 


"July 23, 


189,000 


36,504 


- 


with R. E. 


318,779 


37,478 


Company of Abington and 


1914. 


1914. 














Rockland, The, Abington. 


















Essex Company, Boston, 


June 12, 
1914. 


37 May 26, 
1914. 


500,000 


- 


500,000 


- 


- 


1,090,529 


Fairhaven Water Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 24, 


125,000 


- 


5,700 


16,197 


151,893 


4,924 


Fairhaven. 


1914. 


1914. 














Fall River Automatic Tele- 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 13, 


135,000 


11,167 


- 


- 


- 


12,443 


phone Company, Fall 
River. 
Fall River Electric Light 


1914. 


1914. 














Mch. 25, 


I Jan. 26, 


1,200,000 


_ 


144,532 


368,804 


553,273 


140,401 


Company, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 














Fall River Gas Works Com- 


Aug. 25, 


"July 29, 


805,000 


- 


- 


334,867 


1,642,705 


141,182 


pany, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 














First National Safe Deposit 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 3, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


48,000 


- 


40,030 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Fitchburg Gas and Electric 


Nov. 30, 


" Oct. 28, 


888,000 


- 


265,285 


with land 


1,085,371 


61,393 


Light Company, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 










19 




Framingham Gas Fuel and 


Sept. 9, 


July 25, 


75,000 








70,474 


10,282 


Power Company, The, 


1914. 


1914. 














Framingham. 



















1 Statement of Dec. 31, 1913. 

2 Mortgages. 

3 Real estate trust stocks. 
* Notes payable. 

' Construction account, etc. 

" Supplies and tools. 

' Prepaid insurance and taxes. 

8 Stock premiums. 

» Corporation not doing business. 

"0 Statement of Nov. 30, 1913. 



11 Plant. 

12 Treasury bonds. 

13 Bonds and time loans. 
I'' Accounts payable. 

1'' Contractional rights. 
10 Electric lines, transformers, etc. 
" Statement of June 30, 1914. 
18 Reserve for liability compensa- 
tion insurance. 



19 Including mains, services and 

appliances. 

20 Supplies and materials. 

21 Prepayments and deferred assets. 

22 Accrued interest and taxes. 

23 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 

63. 
2'' And mains, etc. 
26 Bonds. 
2» Notes. 



1914. 



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129 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 


LUBILITIES. 


ures, 
ndise, 
\, and 
I Proc- 


3 
O 


rcc'd, 
der R. 
p. 110, 


o 




1 






Q 






ufact' 
ercha 
ateria 
Dck it 
1. 


1 


eys 
;., un 
,Cha 
ct.81 


.5 

aT3 




3 


i 


o 
1=1 "2 




ranty 
ider 
hap 
ct.81 




§s;s^s 


1 


5 "SiJta 


-S 2 


.2 


'3, 


JS 




is. 


$ gOm 


■g 


s 


S 


S 


P3 


H 


o 


Q 


m 


rt 


o 


H 


- 


2 $780,100 
3 40,400 


- 


- 


$842,908 


8443,000 


« $250,000 


8149,908 


- 


- 


8842,908 


- 


5 208,414 

6 5,986 

'387 


- 


- 


214,400 


100,000 


92,658 


9,373 


812,369 


- 


214,400 


$5,016 


- 


- 


269,448 


155,950 


74,751 


30,243 


8 7,190 


-51,314 


269,448 


- 


_ 


- 


$60,000 


60,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,000 


- 


" 409,589 
12 12,000 


- 


- 


433,500 


200,000 


13 120,000 
" 4,775 


108,725 


with profit 
and loss 


- 


433,500 


- 


15 15,000 


- 


- 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


16 5,519 


- 


- 


7,460 


4,700 


- 


2,760 


- 


- 


7,460 


95,296 


- 


842,706 


- 


1,099,879 


575,000 


188,649 


291,399 


18 2,125 


42,706 


1,099,879 


- 


- 


- 


3,893 


4,139 


4,000 


139 


- 


- 


- 


4,139 


2» 25,519 


21 1,478 


- 


- 


588,293 


450,000 


101,714 
22 1,548 


28,580 


6,356 


23 95 


588,293 






" 


' 


80,112 


32,500 


25 32,500 

26 10,500 

14 922 


3,690 






80,112 


201,020,533 


2' 832,242 


23 39,627 


" 


44,134,393 


20,472,900 


5,837,875 
25 1,410,000 


146,577 


640,464 

2815,552,751 

29 34,199 


23 39,627 


44,134,393 


77,967 


31 49,259 
32 8,777 


422 


" 


1,963,138 


948,800 


624,888 


200,078 


127,934 
33 59,520 
34 1,496 


422 


1,963,138 


37,604 


31 2,312 


115 




432,792 


189,000 


148,440 
35 5,629 


37,608 


25,000 
36 27,000 


115 


432,792 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,590,529 


500,000 


- 


447,293 


643,236 


- 


1,590,529 


- 


312 


- 


- 


179,026 


125,000 


51,000 


3,026 


- 


- 


179,026 


8,082 


38 213,380 

39 10,000 

125 


- 


- 


255,197 


135.000 


66,768 


33,009 


20,420 


- 


255,197 


87,932 


"1,116.928 
" 15,608 


- 


- 


2,427,478 


1.000,000 


1,049,749 


82,178 


19,998 
42 275,000 


553 


2,427,478 


93,080 


" 1,735 
31 42,495 


6,713 


- 


2,262,777 


805,000 


635,998 
« 13,149 


433,222 


113,347 
45 255,348 


6,713 


2,262,777 


- 


- 


- 


- 


88,030 


50,000 


- 


38,030 


- 


- 


88,030 


2° 93,169 


« 15,032 
« 34,852 
«8 205,130 
« 13,144 
M 14,365 


23 4,032 




1,791,773 


879,550 
51 8,450 


239,552 


174,681 


42,074 

34 334 

28 437,185 

52 5,915 


23 4,032 


1,791,773 


5,750 


63 461 

21,706 




6,861 


115,534 


75,000 


40,476 






58 


115,534 



2' Other ledger accounts. 

28 Premium on capita! stock. 

29 Replacement. 

3° Statement of Jan. 31, 1914. 

31 Advance payments. 

32 Sinking fund investments. 

33 Premiums on sale of capital stock. 

34 Other reserves. 

35 Accounts not yet due. 

36 Premium on sale of capital stock. 



3' Statement of Apr. 30, 1914. 

38 Construction. 

39 Intangible capital. 

40 Lines construction. 

41 Suspense. 

•'2 Premium on new capital. 

43 Automobiles. 

44 Accrued taxes. 

45 Premium on sale of stock. 



46 Prepayments. 
4' Miscellaneous equipment. 
43 Unfinished construction. 
49 Investments. 

5" Subscriptions to capital stock. 
51 Capital stock subscribed. 
5- Premium on capital stock sub- 
scribed. 
53 Prepaid interest and insurance. 



130 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



.[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







1 




Assets. 


NAME OF CORPOKA- 
TION. 


1 




§> 




5 . 




g"^ 


° 


•"^ >1 


cS 


T3 O 


a 
3 


a 

13 






.Ss 


1 


^^ 


1 


^^ 


'3 


a 


i« 




^ 


« 


O 


tf 


►3 


m 


S 


o 


Franklin Electric Light Com- 


Aug. S, 


July 21, 


$40,000 


$800 


_ 


i$800 


_ 


$7,527 


pany, Montague. 


1914. 


1914. 














Franklin Telegraph Company, 


June 29, 


June 3, 


1,000,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Gardner Electric Light Com- 


Oct. 28, 


'July 28, 


250,000 


8 252,257 


- 


- 


$77,110 


39,643 


pany, Gardner. 


1914. 


1914. 














Gardner Gas, Fuel and Light 


Oct 22, 


12 July 27, 


123,000 


11,403 


- 


- 


" 39,987 


13,502 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Georgetown Gas Company, 


Sept. 4, 


Sept. 2, 


7,500 


100 


- 


400 


300 


- 


The, Georgetown. 


1914. 


1914. 














Gloucester Electric Company, 


Aug. 19, 


Aug. 3, 


245,000 


83,206 


- 


- 


413,042 


33,644 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 














Gloucester Gas Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


16 Sept. 25, 


150,000 


- 


$57,948 


with land 


213,325 


16,695 


pany, Gloucester (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Gloucester Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 30, 


12 Sept. 24, 


150,000 


- 


10,000 


42,948 


13 217,493 


20,800 


pany, Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 














Grafton Water Company, 


July 11, 


June 9, 


80,000 


- 


6,810 


with land 


20,045 


1,862 


The, Grafton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Granby Telephone and Tele- 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 26, 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


526 


graph Company of Massa- 


1914. 


1914. 














chusetts, The, Granby. 


















Granville Centre Water Com- 


Aug. 25, 


22 Aug. 20, 


6,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


23 150 


146 


pany, Granville. 


1914. 


1914. 














Great Barrington Electric 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 26, 


125,000 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


10,433 


Light Company, Great 


1914. 


1914. 














Barrington. 


















Greenfield Electric Light and 


Jan. 27, 


26 Jan. 20, 


750,000 


- 


241,105 


1.30,831 


569,906 


52,540 


Power Company, Green- 


1914. 


1914. 














field. 


















Greenfield Gas Light Com- 


Nov. 7, 


12 Sept. 5, 


166,000 


50,858 


- 


- 


71,404 


13,103 


pany, Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Groton Water Company, 


May 15, 


May 12, 


60,000 


88,515 


with 


real 


estate 


4,661 


Groton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Hadley Lighting Company, 


July 15, 


July 18, 


8,500 


- 


50 


396 


779 


172 


Hadley. 


1914. 


1914. 














Hampden Automatic Tele- 


May 15, 


Apr. 14, 


300,000 


% 


- 


- 


- 


261 


phone Company, Spring- 
field. 
Harvard Gas and Electric 


1914. 


1914. 














Jan. 2, 


16 Sept. 24, 


12,000 


_ 


4,764 


with land 


24,833 


1,486 


Company, Harvard (for 


1914. 


1913. 














1913). 


















Harvard Gas and Electric 


Nov. 2, 


12 Sept. 16, 


200,000 


- 


4,622 


145 


13 27,974 


1,392 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Haverhill Gas Company, Bos- 


May 9, 


Apr. 29, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Haverhill Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 21, 


12 Sept. 15, 


585,000 


61,290 


- 


117,475 


784,865 


129,995 


pany, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 














Heath Telephone Company, 


Jan. 27, 


Oct. 27, 


111,000 


_ 


- 


- 


" 110,620 


6,786 


Shelburne. 


1914. 


1913. 














Highland Telephone Com- 


Oct. 5, 


May 4, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,069 


pany, The, New Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 














Hinghain \Vater Company, 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 2, 


300,000 


- 


648,030 


with 


land 


11,653 


Hingham. 


1914. 


1914. 















1 And sub-station. 

2 Electric lines. 

3 Deferred. 

■• Millers Falls Fire District. 
'- And notes payable. 
" Millers Falls Bond ItcHcrve. 
' Should have been held. State- 
ment of June .'iO, 1914. 



3 And lines, transformers, meters, 
etc. 



1" Premium on stock. 

11 Reserve for bad debts and rebate. 

12 Statement of June 30, 1914. 

13 Including mains, services and ap- 

pliances. 
1' Supplies and materials. 



15 Gas mains, services and meters. 

16 Statement of June 30, 1913. 
1' Tenement property. 

13 Premium on stock issues. 

19 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 

63. 

20 Conduits and pipes. 

21 Pole line. 

22 Adjourned. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



131 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 






LUBILl 


TIES. 




Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


3 
O 

a 
1 


Moneys rec'd, 
etc., under R. 
L., Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


1 


-n 
1 


Q 


1 

g 

ca a 


Reserye for De- 
preciation, 


Guaranty Fund, 
under R. L., 
Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 


1 


Sl,574 


2 $54,387 

3 1,477 

« 18,150 

6,188 

1,000,000 




- 


S90,903 


S40,000 


5S24,114 


86,610 


S2,029 
6 18,150 


- 


$90,903 


- 




- 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000,000 


2,989 


9 3,355 


- 


- 


375,354 


250,000 


83,243 


7,467 


5,465 

10 28,750 

"429 


- 


375,354 


14 6,009 


16 131,095 
10,533 


- 


- 


212,529 


123,000 


79,507 


10,022 


- 


- 


212,529 


- 


- 


86,700 


7,500 


7,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,500 


11,407 


- 


- 


- 


541,299 


245,000 


99,369 


196,686 


- 


S244 


541,299 


24,925 




- 


- 


312,893 


150,000 


97,604 


25,144 


10 40,000 


145 


312,893 


" 23,068 


1' 5,000 


- 


- 


319,309 


150,000 


98,993 


30,116 


18 40,000 


19 200 


319,309 


- 


20 64,132 


- 


70,401 


163,250 


80,000 


83,250 


- 


- 


- 


163,250 


- 


21 1,600 


- 


- 


2,126 


1,200 


569 


357 


- 


- 


2,126 


30 


2< 7,900 


- 


651 


9,877 


6,000 


3,877 


- 


- 


- 


9,877 


10,269 


25 113,563 


- 


- 


184,265 


125,000 


11,572 


47,693 


- 


- 


184,265 


67,491 


27 1,974 
28 10,700 


S20 




1,074,567 


738,500 
29 11,500 


270,656 


53,891 


- 


20 


1,074,567 


14,628 
362 


16,097 
30 163,278 


- 


6,520 


335,888 
93,538 


166,000 
31,800 


31 94,888 

32 75,000 
30,000 


31,738 


~ 


~ 


335,888 
93,538 


59 


'3 528 


- 


- 


1,982 


1,750 


125 


107 


- 


- 


1,982 


- 


*" 1,000 


- 


6,219 


7,480 


35 7,480 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,480 


8 


- 


- 


1,100 


32,191 


12,000 


20,191 


- 


- 


- 


32,191 


- "65 


- 


- 


2,129 


36,327 


12,000 


24,327 


- 


- 


- 


36,327 


- 


36 5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


36 5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


94,203 

2,294 


3' 791 
38 1,821 
39 1,983 
"2,143 


16,846 




1,209,269 
121,843 


585,000 
102,690 


21,324 

40 4,647 

1,458 


456,504 
4,428 


124,948 
13,267 


16,846 


1,209,269 
121,843 


60 


"3 8,000 


- 


- 


9,129 


5,000 


3,000 


1,129 


- 


- 


9,129 


5,369 


- 


- 


- 


665,052 


300,000 


" 120,000 


- 


« 245,052 


- 


665,052 



23 And tools, etc. 

24 Pipe lines and reservoirs. 

25 Plant and lines. 

26 Statement of Dec. 31, 1913. 
2' Prepaid expenses. 

28 Due for stock subscriptions. 

29 Stock subscribed for but 

issued. 

30 Mains, services and meters. 



31 Notes, accounts payable and ac- 

crued interest. 

32 First mortgage bonds. 

33 Mains and meters. 

34 1,000 feet of conduit. 

35 Amount paid in by incorporators. 

36 Stock subscription. 
3' Advance payments. 



38 Investment securities. 

39 Automobiles. 

40 Bills not yet due. 

41 And pole lines. 

42 Tools, teams, etc. 

43 Property accounts. 

44 Bonded. 

45 Surplus account. 



132 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







c 


Jj 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 










.2 


TION. 


S 


1 


io 


i 






EJ 


■^1 
13 S 




o 






^^ 


a ^ 


S> 


o 


a ^ 






la 


It 


W 
1 




'3 


2 


1l 




^ 


« 


o 


tf 


s 


m 


s 


o 


Holliston Water Company, 


Mch. 19, 


Mch. 18, 


$50,000 




$6,000 




84,000 


$142 


Holliston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Housatonic Water Works 


Sept. 25, 


*June 25, 


40,000 


- 


78,507 


with land 


- 


4,219 


Company, Great Barring- 
ton. 
Huntington Electric Light 


1914. 


1912. 














Feb. 25, 


5 Jan. 27, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




4,072 


Company, Huntington. 


1914. 


1914. 














Hyde Park Electric Light 


Nov. 12, 


9 Oct. 13, 


287,500 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Knox Hill Water Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Nov. 29, 


1,925 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Palmer. 


1914. 


1901. 




11 










Lawrence Gas Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 3, 


1,900,000 


$2,099,111 


- 


- 


with R. E. 


281,181 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 




1,739,437 










Lee Electric Company, Lee, 


July 30, 
1914. 


July 14, 
1914. 


30,000 


- 


8,350 


$6,445 


26,094 


5,595 


Lenox Electric Company, The, 


Aug. 13, 


Aug. 10, 


20,000 


2,000 


_ 


12,817 


_ 


5,711 


Lenox. 


1914. 


1914. 














Lenox Water Company, 


Aug. 13, 


July 11, 


100,000 


_ 


24,499 


1,000 


_ 


7,900 


Lenox. 


1914. 


1914. 














Leominster Electric Light 


Jan. 2, 


?8 Sept. 24, 


80,000 


- 


22,707 


with land 


261,007 


15,082 


and Power Company, 


1914. 


1913. 














Leominster (for 1913). 


















Leominster Electric Light and 


Oct. 30, 


29 Sept. 23, 


80,000 


- 


9,098 


20,891 


3» 276,758 


22,085 


Power Company, Leom- 


1914. 


1914. 














inster. 


















Leominster Gas Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


2s Sept. 24, 


50,000 


- 


16,142 


with land 


193,291 


11,920 


pany, Leominster (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Leominster Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 30, 


29 Sept. 23, 


135,000 


- 


3,500 


11,443 


30 169,007 


10,915 


pany, Leominster. 


1914. 


1914. 














Lexington Gas Company, 


Jan. 2, 


23 Sept. 25, 


40,000 


- 


24,117 


with land 


- 


16,744 


Lexington (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Lexington Gas Company, 


Oct. 30, 


29 Sept. 24, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


3» 25,756 


15,914 


Lexington. 


1914. 


1914. 














Lowell Electric Light Corpo- 


Apr. 14, 


34 Feb. 4, 


1,176,400 


- 


287,481 


with land 


361,715,397 


92,727 


ration, The, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 














Lowell Gas Light Company, 


Jan. 26, 


Oct. 27, 


1,000,000 


2,110,913 


_ 


_ 


with R. E. 


87,322 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1913. 














Ludlow Electric Light Com- 


Nov. 5, 


Oct. 13, 


21,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3» 21,000 


1,000 


pany, Ludlow. 


1914. 


1914. 














Lynn Gas and Electric Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 26, 


1,182,500 


785,016 


with 


R.E. 


3,116,820 


181,990 


pany, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 














Maiden and Melrose Gas 


Nov. 30, 


29 Oct. 28, 


2,085,500 


_ 


211,941 


262,996 


392,143,898 


113,513 


Light Company, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 















' Pipe lines, hydrants, etc. 

2 Bonds. 

3 Bills payable. 
♦Statement of May 31, 1914. 
' Statement of Jan. 1, 1914. 

' Electric plant. 
' Steam plant. 
• Overhead lines. 
" Corporation not doing business. 
"> Water rights and pipe line. 



11 Gas. 

12 Electric. 

13 Office building and storehouse. 

'■i Office fixtures, horses and wagons. 

1* Taxes and insurance unaccrued. 

1" Four per cent, bonds. 

" Notes and accounts payable. 

w Dividend payable Feb. 1, 1914. 

19 Reserve accounts. 

29 Notes. 



21 Interest accrued. 

22 Rents. 

23 Lines. 

2'' Transformers. 

26 Meters. 

2' Pipes, reservoirs, etc. 

2' Supplies. 

2S Statement of June 30, 1913. 

29 Statement of June 30, 1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



133 



0/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets — Con. 




LUBILITIBS. 


ise, 
and 
roc- 




-actio" 


s 




-M 




1 


a 


■^'Js 




iture 
and 
ial, 
inP 


1 


""-a 0. • 

C3!5 












s 




>> Car, 




ufac 
erch 
ater 
Dck 
i. 


1 




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1 


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rant 
ider 
ha 


_: 


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m 


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S 


i 


s 


pa 


H 


^ 


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PQ 


Pi 





H 


- 


1 $103,803 




$37,180 


$151,125 


$50,000 


2 $50,000 

351,125 

7,341 


- 


- 


- 


$151,125 


- 


- 




- 


82,726 


40,000 


$35,385 


- 


- 


82,726 


S380 


6 900 

- 2,000 

8 905 


- 


- 


8,257 


5,000 


- 


3,257 




- 


8,257 


- 


- 


- 


287,500 


287,500 


287,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


287,500 


- 


10 1,925 


- 


- 


1,925 


1,925 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,925 


175,061 


13 69,738 
" 30,304 
16 38,831 


- 


- 


4,433,663 


1,900,000 


16 300,000 

in,225,394 

18 76,000 


348,706 


w$566,467 


$17,096 


4,433,663 


33,251 








79,735 


30,000 


2 30,000 

20 7,200 

21435 

22 251 


9,700 


2,149 




79,735 




M 45,664 
2*3,904 
25 3,563 
2 14,749 






88,408 


20,000 


28,037 


40,371 






88,408 


- 


26 167,004 
2' 100 


- 


- 


200,503 


86,600 


84,200 


10,443 


19,260 




200,503 


12,532 




- 


- 


311,328 


80,000 


225,550 


4,854 


924 


311,328 


31 12,294 




- 


- 


341,126 


80 000 


2 70,000 
188,728 


1,214 


- 


32 1,184 


341,126 


10,652 


- 


- 


- 


232,005 


50,000 


166,795 


6,944 


6,990 


1,276 


232,006 


318,190 


33 1,200 


- 


- 


204,255 


135,000 


250,000 
10,682 


7,497 


- 


32 1,076 


204,255 


461 


- 




- 


41,322 


40,000 


510 


732 


- 


80 


41,322 


31560 


- 


- 


- 


42,230 


40,000 


864 


1,271 


- 


3295 


42,230 


64,903 


36 3,778 


$3,636 


- 


2,167,922 


1,176.400 


57,939 


246,151 


336,316 

3' 342,294 

33 5,186 


3,636 


2,167,922 






















132,234 


" 


7,581 


' 


2,338,050 


1,000,000 


15,528 
39 395,000 


492,691 


io 8,840 

" 417,158 

« 1,251 


7,582 


2,338,050 


- 


- 




- 


22,000 


21,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


22,000 


222,474 


- 


17,216 


- 


4,323,516 


1,182,500 


54,565 


382,334 


263,981 
« 856,599 
«1,566,321 


17,216 


4,323,516 






















31 169,503 


"6 45,674 
"s 17,742 
" 40,468 
*8 '59,670 


32 10,335 




3,084,540 


2,039,600 
60 45,900 


51 444,811 


52,380 


55,154 

38 1,196 

■13 421,394 

32 13,770 


32 10,335 


3,084,540 




« 8,800 





















30 Including mains, services and 

appliances. 

31 Supplies and materials. 

32 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 

63. 

33 Tenement property. 

34 Statement of Dec. 31, 1913. 
3» And other property. 

3« .Advance payments. 



3' Premiums on sale of capital stock. 

38 Other reserves. 

39 Notes payable. 
■•0 Grade crossing. 

41 Premiums on new stock. 
''2 Prepayments of customers 
■"s Premium on capital stock. 
■•4 Surplus invested in plant. 
46 Miscellaneous equipment. 



46 Prepayments, etc. 

47 Unfinished construction. 

48 Subscriptions to capital stock. 
40 Investments. 

60 Capital stock subscribed. 

61 And accruals. 

62 Premium on capital stock sub- 

scribed. 



134 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Maiden Electric Company, 
Maiden. 



Manchester Electric Com- 
pany, Manchester. 

Marion Gas Company, The, 

Boston. 
Marlborough Electric Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Marlborough-Hudson Gas 

Company, Boston. 
Martha's Vineyard Telegraph 

Company, Falmouth. 
Massachusetts Cremation So- 
ciety, The, Boston. 
Massachusetts Telephone and 

Telegraph Company, The, 

Boston. 
Massachusetts Telephone and 

Telegraph Company, The, 

Boston (2d return). 
Massachusetts Title Insurance 

Company, Boston. 
Medfield Water Company, 

Medfield. 
Middlesex Af4ueduct Corpo- 
ration, Arlington. 
Milford Electric Light and 

Power Company, Milford 

(for 1913). 
Milford Electric Light and 

Power Company, Milford. 
Milford Gas Light Company, 

Milford (for 1913). 
Milford Gas Light Company, 

MiKord. 
Milford Water Company, 

Milford. 
Mill River Electric Light 

Company, Williamsburg 

(for 1913). 
Mill River Electric Light 

Company, Williamsburg. 
Millbury Water Company, 

Millbury. 
Milton Light and Power Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Montague Electric Light & 

Power Co.. Montague. 
Mt. Tom Railroad Company, 

Holyoke. 
Natick Gas Light Company, 

Natick. 






Nov. 30, 
1914. 



May 7, 
1914. 

Oct. 26, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
Jan. 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 9, 

1913. 

Nov. 20, 
1914. 

Mch. 12, 

1914. 
July 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 

Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 

Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Nov. 12, 

1914. 
July 21, 

1914. 
Jan. 23, 

1914. 
Sept. 5, 

1914. 



lOct. 28, 
1914. 






$1,068,000 



6 Apr. 15. 
1914. 

'July 27, 

1914. 
iJuly 27, 

1914. 
iJulv 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
5 Jan. 21, 

1914. 
31 Nov. 3, 

1913. 

M Nov. 2, 
1914. 

Jan. 27, 

1914. 
June 25, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 
« Sept. 23, 

1913. 

Sept. 18, 
1914. 
« Sept. 23, 

1913. I 

1 Sept. 18, 

1914. 

Feb. 9, 

1914. 

« Sept. 23, 

1913. 

1 Sept. 18, 

1914. 
25 Feb. 9, 

1914. 

"Oct. 13, 

1914. 

July 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 20. 

1914. 

Aug. 11, 

1914. 



116,500 

60,000 
310,600 
247,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 

10,000 

220,000 

24,000 

2,500 

40,000 

40,000 
72,300 
72,300 
200,000 
15,000 

15,000 
125,000 

42,000 

2,000 

'100,000 

59,600 



Assets. 



$31,768 
35,562 



500 



2,500 



« 25,289 



t-, 






-go 
1-5 


c 

'3 

m 


.S 
1 

1 


$47,441 


$182,040 


'$1,231,522 


14,794 


- 


- 


3,100 


with land 


2 16,397 


- 


- 


135,789 


- 


- 


2 78,263 


- 


- 


10,000 


9,347 


43,472 


- 


400 


9,041 


4,955 


with 


R. E. 


- 


12,402 


with land 


90,232 


- 


- 


2 90,530 


16,821 


with land 


89,608 


5,000 


11,842 


2 92,736 


« 559,297 


with 


land 


8,739 


with land 


25,715 


4,500 


3,739 


2 26,860 


- 


6,545 


35,240 


200 


- 


3,459 


35,984 


n'ith land 


63,116 


33,353 


5,380 


8,376 



1 Statement of June 30, 1914. 

2 Including mains, services and ap- 

pliances. 
' Supplies and materials. 

* Investments. 

'' Subscriptions to capital stock. 

• Miocollancous equipment. 
' Unfinished construction. 

8 Prepayments, etc. 
' Sinking fund. 



1" Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 63. 
'1 Capital stock subscribed. 
12 Bonds (due 1917). 
'■' Other reserves, 
'■f Premium on capital stock. 
'■■' Premium on capital stock sub- 
scribed. 
"' Statement of Mch. 31, 1914. 
1' Electric lines, etc. 
" Accrued interest and taxes. 



19 Dividends unpaid 
2" Pole lines, meters, transformers, 
gas mains and gas meters. 

21 Pole lines, meters and trans- 

formers. 

22 Stock subscriptions (partial pay- 

ment). 

23 Gas mains, services and meters. 

24 Bonds. 

26 Statement of Deo. 31, 1913. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



135 



oj Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 


LlABILITIBS. 


ures, 
ndise, 
il, and 
1 Proc- 


i 


rec'd, 
der R. 
p. 110, 


o 








o 


or De- 

on. 






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ercha 
aterjs 
ockii 
J. 


a 


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3., un 
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O 


Q 


pq Pi 






3 $60,499 


4S6,547 

5 246,500 

6 38,355 


i°S12,110 




$1,983,133 


8898,000 
11170,000 


12 $100,000 
169,778 


$202,513 $41,120 

13 762 

w 312,350 


10 $12,110 


$1,983,133 




' 24,817 














15 76,500 








8 6,385 






















9 39,139 




















- 


245 


- 




200,081 


116,500 


55,746 


9,468 


14,475 


- 


200,081 




1' 163,336 










18 980 
w 2,912 








3 3,089 


2,985 
2" 90,671 


10 65 


- 


207,757 


60,000 


127,014 


20,678 


10 65 


207,757 


2,583 


21 283,046 
12,467 


63 


- 


525,189 


310,600 
22 19,440 


87,355 


41,371 


14 66,360 


63 


525,189 


3 12,309 


23 292,180 
12,896 


10 362 


- 


454,526 


247,000 


24 9,000 
167,560 


30,604 


- 


10 362 


454,526 


- 


- 




- 


18,943 


10,000 


- 


8,943 


- 


- 


18,945. 


- 


26 847 

27 64 




- 


71,481 


43,270 


28 1,288 


11,388 


29 2,072 
30 13,463 


- 


71,481 


3,000 


32 6,160 


~ 


Sl,779 


14,542 


10,000 


2,500 


~ 


33 2,042 




14,542; 


- 


32 2,852 


- 


17,210 


24,197 


10,000 


35 2,947 
11,250 


- 


- 




24,197 


- 


36 100,000 
37 100,300 


- 


- 


217,489 


204,200 


4,000 

38 7,788 


1,501 


- 


39 _ 


217,489 


• 


« 10,000 


- 


- 


26,356 


24^000 


787 


1,569 


- 


- 


26,356 


- 


- 


54 


- 


3,766 


2,500 


42 31 


1,235 


- 


- 


3,766 


2,060 


- 


- 


- 


111.325 


40,000 


66,617 


4,449 


- 


259 


111,325 


3 2,692 


« 12,402 


- 


- 


118,927 


40,000 


24 40,000 
34,387 


3,803 


- 


10 737 


118,927 


12,861 


- 


- 


- 


126,823 


72,300 


49,009 


4,883 


- 


631 


126,823 


3 11,290 


- 


- 


- 


131,879 


72,300 


54,051 


4,534 


- 


10 994 


131,879 


1,782 


- 


- 


- 


573,558 


200,000 


265,000 


108,558 


with profit 
and loss 


- 


573,558 


751 


~ 


~ 


~ 


36,821 


15,000 


21,188 


633 


- 


- 


36,821 


3 374 


«500 


- 


- 


37,755 


15,000 


24 12,000 

9,129 

131,424 


1,446 


- 


10 180 


37,755 


~ 


157,112 


- 


14,669 


244,424 


113,000 


- 


- 


- 


244,424 


- 


- 


- 


42,000 


42,000 


42,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,000 


67 


48 80 


- 


- 


4,491 


2,000 


503 


1,938 


50 


- 


4,491 


- 


- 


- 


- 


101,568 


100,000 


- 


1,568 


- 


- 


101,568 


3,946 


60,522 
«568 


- 


- 


119,230 


59,600 


46,659 


12,140 


50 816 


15 


119,230 



26 Urns. 

2' Unexpired insurance. 

28 Special fund New England Cre- 

mation Society. 

29 Reserve against payments in ad- 

vance for cremation. 

30 Reserve against sale of niches and 

care in columbarium. 

31 Statement of Sept. 30, 1913. 

32 Plant. 



33 Reserve for insurance and taxes 

on leased building. 

34 Statement of Sept. 30, 1914. 

35 Accrued liabilities, not due. 
3'> Plant and equipment. 

3' Loans on mortgages. 

38 Money held for client. 

39 $100,000. 

40 Water rights. 

41 March 4, 1913. 



42 Expenses and taxes 1913. 

43 Statement of June 30, 1913. 

44 Tenement property. 

45 And filter beds and underground 

pipes. 

46 Land and water rights. 

4' Corporation not doing business.- 

48 Reserve fund. 

49 Prepaid items. 

50 Reserve for insurance. 



136 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract of 


Certificates 


OF Condition 






.£ 
1 


Stock as fixed 
e Corporation. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 






>. 


1. 




.ate 








§1 

-a o 


c 

3 








^ 


Q 


o 


tf 


t3 


m 


s 


o 


New Bedford Gas and Edison 


Sept. 28, 


lAug. 17, 


$1,325,000 


$662,502 


with 


R.E. 


$2,146,248 


$84,953 


Light Company, New Bed- 
ford. 
New England Telegraph Com- 


1914. 


1914. 














Nov. 21, 


Aug. 11, 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,893 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 








' 






New England Telephone and 


Apr. 8, 


3 Apr. 1, 


25,000 


7,650 


- 


$17,662 


- 


- 


Telegraph Company of 


1914. 


1914. 














Massachusetts, The, Bos- 


















ton. 
Newburyport Gas and Electric 


Sept. 2, 


July 28, 


285,000 


_ 


_ 


40,358 


385,628 


25,234 


Company, Newburyport. 


1914. 


1914. 














Newton and Watertown Gas 


Oct. 24, 


lOct. 13, 


560,000 


1,369,563 


with 


real 


estate 


38,813 


Light Company, Newton. 


1914. 


1914. 














North Adams Gas Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


i» Sept. 26, 


200,000 


- 


$106,142 


with land 


448,213 


46,395 


pany, North Adams (for 
1913). 
North Adams Gas Light Com- 


1914. 


1913. 














Oct. 30, 


1 Sept. 25, 


200,000 


_ 


10,500 


88,500 


13 449,602 


63,198 


pany, North Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 














North Attleborough Gas Light 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 22, 


68,100 


- 


30,869 


- 


61,604 


38,639 


Company, North Attle- 
borough. 
Northampton Electric Light- 


1914. 


1913. 














Jan. 2, 


If Sept. 23, 


117,400 


- 


20,473 


with land 


195,805 


56,121 


ing Company, Northamp- 


1914. 


1913. 














ton (for 1913). 


















Northampton Electric Light- 


Oct. 30, 


1 Sept. 18, 


117,400 


- 


4,597 


38,252 


"224,113 


71,010 


ing Company, Northamp- 
ton. 
Northampton Gas Light Com- 


1914. 


1914. 














Jan. 2, 


i» Sept. 23, 


120,000 


- 


54,009 


with land 


152,438 


12,624 


pany, Northampton (for 


1914. 


1913. 














1913). 


















Northampton Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 30, 


1 Sept. 18, 


120,000 


- 


16,256 


19,050 


13 157,032 


14,893 


pany, Northampton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Northfield Water Company, 


June 22, 


June 20, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,150 


Northfield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Norton Water Company, Bos- 


Apr. 18, 


22 Feb. 17, 


75,000 


- 


149,154 


with land 


- 


3,419 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 














Norwood Gas Company, 


Oct. 22, 


iJuly 27, 


80,000 


17,803 


- 


- 


13 19,333 


11,900 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Old Colony Gas Company, 


Sept. 24, 


iSept 14, 


709,000 


- 


8,212 


137,639 


13 942,759 


36,096 


Braintree. 


1914. 


1914. 














Onset Water Company, 


No.v. 17, 


Aug. 31, 


25,000 


j ~ 


500 


4,181 


69,416 


5,486 


Onset. 


1914. 


1914. 














Oxford Water Company, 


Mch. 3, 


Feb. 3, 


35,000 


- 


25,190 


6,600 


6,225 


7,258 


Oxford. 


1914. 


1914. 














Palmer Water Company, 


.A.ug. 7, 


May 5, 


30,000 


76,839 


with 


real 


estate 


10,348 


Palmer. 


1914. 


1914. 














Pittsfield Coal Gas Company, 


Sept. 1, 


July 28, 


396,000 


- 


19.605 


33,066 


430,282 


37,778 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Pittsfield Electric Company, 


Aug. 28, 


July 22, 


375,000 


41,021 


- 


117,359 


600,785 


36,353 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Plymouth Electric Light Com- 


Oct. 21, 


■wjuly 13, 


180,000 


- 


8,446 


31,080 


96,261 


27,653 


pany, Plymouth. 


1914. 


1914. 














Plymouth Gas Light Com- 


Aug. 13, 


July 8, 


60,000 


- 


- 


19,622 


64,138 


4,849 


pany, Plymouth. 


1914. 


1914. 














Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


Nov. 21, 


July 26, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


73,731 


of Massachusetts, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 















» Statement of June 30, 1914. 

^ Unpaid dividends. 

^ Taxes accrued. 

"* Inaurance reserve. 

'■'' Premium account. 

'' Plant. 

' Accounts payable. 

» Statcmentof Dcc.31,1913. 



' Reserve for liability compensa- 
tion insurance. 

10 Statement of June 30, 1913. 

11 Stocks. 

12 Stock premium. 

13 Including mains, services and 

appliances. 



" Supplies and materials. 
15 Real estate investment and 

investment. 
1" Premium on stock issues. 
17 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, 

63. 
13 Reserves. 



stock 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



137 



of Corporations — ■ Continued. 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


1 


Moneys rec'd, 
etc., under R. 
L.,Chap. 110, 

Sect. 81. 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Total. 


Capital Stock. 


1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve fo i De- 
preciation. 


Guaranty Fund, 
under R. L., 
Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 




5181,476 


« $15,000 


$29,890 


$8,072 


$3,105,069 
33,965 


$1,325,000 
30,000 


$558,362 

2 39,750 

3 34,170 
'3,965 


$465,597 


$146,410 
< 25,619 
5 480,271 


$29,890 


$3,105,069 
33,965 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,312 


25.000 


312 


- 


- 


- 


26,312 


6,700 


- 


- 


- 


457,920 


285,000 


72,500 


99,145 


_ 


1,275 


457,920 


85,063 


- 


2,983 


- 


1,496,422 


560,000 


404,040 


525,771 


9 3,628 


2,983 


1,496,422 


47,385 


11 2,500 


- 


- 


650,635 


200,000 


363,913 


64,142 


12 30,000 


2,580 


650,635 


» 38,267 


1' 7,500 


- 


- 


657.567 


200,000 


389,233 


35,670 


16 30,000 


" 2,664 


657,567 


8,970 


- 


117 


- 


140,199 


68,100 


3,570 


65,194 


18 3,218 


117 


140,199 


21,896 


- 


- 


- 


294,295 


117,400 


89,011 


52,365 


35,052 


467 


294,295 


1* 13,159 


- 


- 


- 


351,131 


117,400 


57,606 
M 78,000 


84,627 


12,877 


i'621 


361,131 


16,536 


- 


- 


- 


235,607 


120,000 


62,167 


11,281 


24,824 
20 16,400 


935 


235,607 


" 16,672 


21 18,845 
8 6,000 


_ 


~ 


242,748 
7,150 


120,000 
2,000 


71,313 
1,637 


10,543 
3,513 


23,311 
16 16,400 


iU,181 


242,748 
7,150 


" 4,950 


23 50 

« 69,344 
2,061 

26 319 




1,319 


153,942 
125,391 


75,000 
80,000 


3,942 

2" 75,000 

28,580 


16,811 


- 


- 


153,942 
125,391 


" 26,354 


1M5 


- 


1,151,394 
79,583 


709,000 
25,000 


124,788 

19 298,000 

45,697 


16,425 
8,886 


2' 3,166 


1M5 


1,151,394 
79,583 


1,809 
68,396 


28 45,293 
32 2,261 


- 


- 


92,375 

87,187 
591,388 


35,000 

30,000 
396,000 


29 3,128 

19 35,000 

30 15,300 

40,800 

130,000 


6,580 
63,103 


2,000 
31 1,947 

'8 5,100 
31 4,707 


2,285 


92,375 

87,187 
591,388 


42,647 
9,923 


36 183,060 
6,753 


_ 


_ 


838,165 
363,176 


375.000 
180,000 


274,726 
33 1,451 
159,185 


33,000 
23,991 


94,622 
3« 52,500 


6,866 


838,165 
363,176 


5,263 


- 


- 


93,872 


60,000 


18,927 


13,445 


1,500 


- 


93,872 


~ 


6 5,000 


- 


106,603 


185,334 


5,000 


' 180,334 


- 


- 


- 


185,334 



i» Bonds. 

20 Premium on capital stock. 

21 Tenement property. 

22 Statement of Jan. 31, 1914. 
2* Reserve for prepaid expense. 
2* Mortgage bonds. 

2i Gas mains, services and meters. 



26 Unexpired insurance, etc. 
2' Reserve. 

28 Pipe line. 

29 Bills payable. 

30 Notes. 

31 Surplus. 

32 Investments. 



33 Interest accrued. 
3'' Premium on new shares capital 
stock. 

35 Statementof July 1, 1914. 

36 Pole lines, meters and trans- 

formers. 



138 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







g 


jck as fixed 
orporation. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- j 












TION. 


o 


S 




1 


§) 


>> 




- 




c3 


It 


1 


^1 


a 

1 
'3 


C3 


II 




^ 


Q 


O 


K 


^j 


m 


^ 





Providence Telephone Com- 


Dec. 29, 


Dec. 2, 


380,000 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


$9,298 


pany of Massachusetts, 


1913. 


1913. 














Boston. 


















Puritan Telephone Company, 


Dec. 13, 


Dec. 6, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 














Quincy Electric Light and 


Aug. 19, 


5 July 29, 


300,000 


$84,006 


with 


R.E. 


$395,818 


27,191 


Power Company, Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 














Richmond Telephone Com- 


Oct. 7, 


July 10, 


1,610 


- 


- 


- 


- 


808 


pany, Richmond. 


1914. 


1914. 














Riverside Water Company, 


July 21, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


$2,900 


- 


3,500 


238 


Gill. 


1914. 


1914. 














Sagamore Electric Company, 


Nov. 11, 


" Sept. 10, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bourne. 


1914. 


1914. 














Sagamore Water Company, 


Nov. 11, 


"Sept. 10, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bourne. 


1914. 


1914. 














Salem Electric Lighting Com- 


Nov. 30, 


5 Oct. 28, 


495,000 


- 


51,538 


$176,199 


12 520,365 


295,697 


pany, The, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 














Salem Gas Light Company, 


Mch. 11, 


Feb. 9, 


500,000 


- 


76,500 


286,413 


608,863 


30,704 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 














Scituate Water Company, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 12, 


220,000 


337,907 


with 


real 


estate 


1,746 


Scituate. 


1914. 


1914. 














Security Safe Deposit Com- 


Mch. 26, 


Jan. 9, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,964 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Seekonk Electric Company, 


Feb. 5, 


25 Jan. 28, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


183 


Seekonk. 


1914. 


1914. 














Sheffield Water Company, 


Mch. 7, 


■ Jan. 13, 


20,000 


- 


3,000 


- 


26,000 


2,350 


Sheffield. 


1914. 


1914. 














Shirley Electric Company, 


May 6, 


Jan. 5, 


2' 7,700 


- 


500 


1,800 


4,255 


477 


Shirley. 


1914. 


1914. 














South Egremont Water Com- 


Sept. 28, 


Sept. 1, 


8,800 


- 


1,800 


- 


- 


222 


pany, Egremont. 


1914. 


1914. 














South Hadley Falls Electric 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 11, 


7,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,187 


Light Company, The, South 
Hadley. 
South Hadley Gas Company, 


1914. 


1914. 














Aug. 28, 


July 29, 


5,000 


- 


- 


435 


3,265 


555 


The, South Hadley. 


1914. 


1914. 














Southbridge Water Supply 


June 15, 


31 May 12, 


100,000 


- 


89,022 


3,000 


32 6,653 


6,871 


Company, Southbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 














Southern Massachusetts 


Feb. 16, 


25 Feb. 14, 


25,000 


3,800 


- 


39,392 


- 


- 


Telephone Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Spencer Gas Company, The, 


Jan. 2, 


M Sept. 23, 


97,500 


- 


26,605 


with land 


146,157 


16,929 


Spencer (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Spencer Gas Company, The, 


Oct. 30, 


5 Sept. 18, 


97,500 


- 


4,000 


19,346 


12 171,494 


6,017 


Spencer. 


1914. 


1914. 














Springfield Gas Light Com- 


Nov. 25, 


Oct. 27, 


1,382,300 


- 


132,150 


397,361 


2,280,396 


87,373 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 










12 




Stockbridge Lighting Com- 


Sept. 28, 


5 Sept. 14, 


40,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,448 


pany, Stockbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 














Stockbridge Water Company, 


Dec. 2, 


June 18, 


43,000 


- 


16,485 


with land 


*o 71,275 


39 


Stockbridge (for 1913). 


1913. 


1913. 














Stockbridge Water Company, 


July 20, 


June 17, 


43,000 


- 


16,485 


with land 


" 71,275 


822 


Stockbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 














Stoughton Gas and Electric 


July 28, 


July 13, 


58,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Stoughton. 


1914. 


1914. 
























1 Plant (lines, equipment a 


nd sup- 


8 And su 


pplies, etc. '^ Unfinished construction 




plies). 




1° Lines, 


etc. " Under Acts 1914, chap 


742, sect. 


" Prepaid expenses. 




" Compa 


ny has issued no stock and 63. 




' Other reserves. 




tran. 


acted no business. " And accruals. 




■• Conduits. 




" Includ 


ng mains, services and " Premium on capital sto 


ck. 


'- Statement of June 30, 191 


4. 


appl 


anccs. 20 Premium on new stock 




» Prepaid insurance, interest 


, etc. 


^' Supplic 


s and materials. 2i Bonded. 




' Bonds. 




1^ Prepaj 


jnents, etc. 22 Business and good will. 




» Reserve fund. 




iii Miscel 


aneous equii 


5ment. 


2.1 


Bills payab 


e. 





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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



139 



of Corporahmis — Continued. 



Assets — ■ Con. 



1 $177,090 
2 1,188 

< 5,000 

6 1,449 

If 2,823 



" 4,881 
15 11,576 
16 2,806 
86,085 6,564 



1' $2,484 



1,990 



22 441,946 
26 12,002 



28 14,360 
30 19,118 



3' 182,644 



16 49,310 

35 16,696 

36 128,290 

16 158,321 

39 56,905 



« 18,000 



17 14,560 



88,931 



682 

36,109 

885 

8,600 



58,000 



S187,576 

13,931 

521,960 

3,794 

10,000 



1,084,744 

1,097,119 

340,335 

481,019 

13,070 

40,000 

21,392 

21,140 

1,187 

5,000 
294,280 
43,192 
195,376 
212,455 
3,408,358 

60,353 
87,799 
88,582 
76,000 



Liabilities. 



880,000 

13,500 

300,000 

1,610 

10,000 



495,000 

499,600 

220,000 

200,000 

5,000 

20,000 

7,700 

8,800 

7,000 

5,000 
100,000 
25,000 
97,500 
97,500 
1,382,300 

40,000 
43,000 
43,000 
58,000 



$12,175 



62,791 

100,000 

140 



18 196,837 



289,368 

21 100,000 

20,335 

23 275,389 

2^ 5,630 

8,070 

' 20,000 

2,912 

29 10,300 

12,000 

4,000 



60,754 

18,192 

92,387 

' 85,000 

27,645 

' 60,000 

716,927 

14,891 

32,500 

31,700 

7 18,000 



31,549 
2,044 



246,161 






$54,363 
3 1,076 



1 26,245 



26,024 

3 1,296 

19 201,000 

20 60,000 



480 
340 



5,215 

1,795 

305,422 

5,462 
12,299 
13,882 



c fe « • 

I §002 
O 



81,375 



23,552 



46,580 

37 269 

i 882,300 



$187,576 

13,931 

521,960 

3,794 

10,000 



17 2,484 1,084,744 

1,097,119 
340,335 
481,019 
13,070 
40,000 
21,392 
21,140 
11,000 

5,000 
294,280 
43,192 
195,376 
212,455 
3,408,358 



60,353' 
87,799 
88,582 
76,000 



274 

17 515 

17 14,560 



2'' Accounts payable. 

26 Statement of Dec. 31, 1913. 

26 Aerial lines, transformers and 

meters. 

27 Amount authorized by Gas and 

Electric Light Commissioners. 

28 Overhead lines. 

29 Mortgage. 

3" Pipe line and fixtures. 



31 Statement of May 1, 1914. 

32 And tools. 

33 Personal estate. 

31 Statement of June 30, 1913. 

36 Prepayments. 

36 Investments. 

''^ Reserve for bad debts. 

38 Capital stock premium. 



39 Electric plant, overhead and 
underground lines, transformers 
and meters. 

*" And pipe conduits, etc. 

<i And conduits, etc. 

*2 Bonds assumed by Edison Elec- 
tric Illuminating Co. of Brock- 
ton. 



140 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Suburban Gas and Electric 
Company, Revere. 



Sunderland Electric Light and 
Power Company, Sunder- 
land. 

Sunderland Water Company, 
Sunderland. 

Taghconic Telephone Com- 
pany, West Stockbridge. 

Taunton Gas Light Company, 
Taunton. 

Telepost Company of Massa- 
chusetts, Boston. 

Tyngsboro Electric Light 
Company, Tyngsborough 

Union Light & Power Com- 
pany, Boston. 

United Electric Light Com- 
pany, Springfield. 



Vineyard Haven Gas and 

Electric Light Co., The, 

Tisbury. 
Vineyard Lighting Company, 

Oak Bluffs. 
Wannacomet Water Company, 

Nantucket. 



Ware Electric Company, 
Boston. 

Warren Power Company, 
Springfield. 

Webster and Southbridge Gas 
and Electric Company, 
Webster. 

West Boston Gas Company. 
Framingham. 

West Stockbridge Mutual 
Telephone Company, West 
Stockbridge. 

Westborough Gas and Elec- 
tric Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 

Western Massachusetts Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Westford Water Company, 
Westford. 

Westhampton Water Com- 
pany, Westhampton. 



Weston Water Company, 
Weston. 



Nov. 30, 
1914. 



Nov. 5, 
1914. 

Feb. 6, 

1914. 
Sept. 24, 

1914. 
Julv 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Aug. 20, 

1914. 
Oct. 19, 

1914. 
July 21, 

1914. 



Mch. 11, 
1914. 

Mch. 11, 
1914. 

July 15, 
1914. 



Oct. 19, 
1914. 

May 27, 
1914. 

Sept. 17, 
1914. 

Sept. 5, 
1914. 

Sept. 26, 
1914. 

Oct. 19, 
1914. 

Mch. 30, 
1914. 

Jan. 28, 
1914. 

Nov. 9, 
1914. 



July 2< 
1914. 



lOct. 28, 
1914. 



lOct. 13, 
1914. 

Jan. 10, 

1914. 
July 7, 

1914. 
July 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
Aug. 15, 

1914. 
iJuly 27, 

1914. 
July 16, 

1914. 



iJuly 13, 
1914. 



July 27, 
1914. 

Jan. 19, 

1914. 

lAug. 18, 

1914. 

Aug. 5, 
1914. 

May 26, 
1914. 

iJuly 27, 
1914. 

Mch. 2, 
1914. 

Jan. 24, 
1914. 

Nov. 3, 
1914. 



July 13, 
1914. 



'd p. 
o,9 



$834,500 

11,000 

10,700 

1,000 

220,000 

10,000 

7,500 

152,800 

1,750,000 

10,000 

25,000 
45,000 

57,000 
750,000 
170,000 

147,500 
1,000 

36,500 

5,000 

40,000 

1,500 

50,000 



.S4,822 



$32,296 



700 



46,213 



5,518 



!,000 



18,507 
142,525 



7,048 



965,000 
8,507 



850 



19,886 



$84,270 



61,000 



with land 
615,285 



12,074 
22,687 



71,000 
8,957 



6,979 



2 $937,387 



2 6,522 



269,000 

250 

2,505 

2 51,275 

2,754,916 

2,091 

64,911 
11,999 

66,862 

142,000 
38 169,206 

2 21,965 



15,741 



1 Statement of June 30, 1914. 

2 Including mains, services 

appliances. 
' Supplies and materials. 
•• Unfinished construction. 
' Prepayments, etc. 
» Miscellaneous equipment. 
' Investments. 
' Subscriptions to capital stock 



9 Under Acts 1914, chap. 742, sect. 63. 
and 1" Capital stock subscribed. 

11 And accruals. 

12 Other reserves. 

!■' Premiums on capital stock. 
1' Premiums on capital stock sub- 
scribed. 
i"" Prepayments. 
1" Accrued taxes. 



" Laid pipes. 
13 Pole lines. 
15 Premium on stock. 

20 Patent rights. 

21 Lines, transformers and meters. 

22 Pole lines, meters and trans- 

formers. 

23 Sinking fund. 

2< Indian Orchard (^o. stock. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



141 



oj Corporatimis — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 






Liabilities. 




Manufaoturea, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


i 

a 
1 


Moneys reo'd, 
etc., under R. 
L., Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 






1 

1 
Q 


2 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


Guaranty Fund, 
under R. L., 
Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 




3 S34,724 


* S8,561 
5 5,895 
« 28,284 
7 32,500 
8 127,400 

15 7 


9 S13,863 


$5,037 


Sl,341,690 
11,867 


$743,500 
i» 91,000 

11,000 


11 $203,659 

16 81 

786 


$92,883 


$39,094 

12 791 

13 120,500 

I'' 36,400 


9 $13,863 


$1,341,690 
11,867 




1' 10,000 


- 


- 


10,878 


10,700 


- 


178 


- 


- 


10,878 


- 


18 1,244 


- 


- 


1,438 


1,000 


- 


438 


- 


- 


1,438 


22,344 


- 


- 


- 


407,476 


220,000 


57,515 


81,851 


19 48,000 


110 


407,476 


- 


20 10.000 


- 


9,750 


20,000 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


89 


218,837 


- 


1,089 


13,419 


7,500 


5,919 


- 


- 


13,419 


3 8,475 


22 282,624 

16,240 

23 157,998 

2^ 200,000 

31 6,424 


- 


- 


422,048 


152,800 


242,935 


26,313 


- 


- 


422,048 


117,006 
573 






4,059,484 
11,712 


1,750,000 
10,000 


25 500,000 

26 200,000 
27 43,427 
23 12,090 

311 


308,817 
758 


29 815,000 

23 157,998 

260,000 

643 


12,152 


4,059,484 
11,712 


4,583 


32 36,603 


- 


5,531 


136,535 


25,000 


111,161 


- 


- 


374 


136,535 


3,006 


33 11,214 

3^900 

31 94,848 

35 5,983 

22 82,292 

2,635 


76 


- 


155,788 

188,162 
965,000 


45,000 

57,000 
750,000 


62,785 

124,588 
100,850 


42,003 

6,498 
114,150 


6,000 


76 


155,788 

188,162 
965,000 


13,408 


3s 287,313 
13,227 


692 


- 


568,156 


170,000 


292,186 


102,728 


3' 2,550 


692 


568,156 


5,870 


39 760 


- 


- 


245,731 


147,500 


91,554 


3,661 


3,016 


- 


245,731 


165 


"800 


- 


- 


1,020 


1,000 


- 


20 


- 


- 


1,020 


- 


22 58,922 
2,593 


- 


- 


89,863 


36,500 


26 10,000 

26,641 


16,722 


- 


- 


89,863 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


23 1,505 


- 


- 


86,906 


40,000 


« 38,154 


6,658 


2,094 


- 


86,906 


400 


"150 
"150 

46 71 

« 1,129 
« 68,240 


- 


- 


1,500 
116,620 


1,500 
50,000 


7,200 
« 50,000 


9,420 


- 


- 


1,500 
116,620 



25 Notes payable. 

26 Bonds. 

2' Accounts payable. 

28 Insurance. 

29 Capital stock premium. 

30 None held in 1913. 

31 Street mains and services. 

32 Lines and maina. 

33 Sinking funds. 



34 Rights. 

35 Other construction, tools, meters, 

eto. 

36 Electric pole lines, gas mains, 

transformers and meters. 
3' Reserves. 

38 And mains. 

39 Prepaid interest and insurance. 

40 Poles and lines. 



41 And pipe, etc. 

42 Bonds and notes. 

43 Dam. 

44 Water rights. 

45 Land damage. 

46 Water pipe, etc. 

4" Pipe line and reservoirs. 
48 Mortgage bonds. 



142 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS 



[1914. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 






1 




Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 






>. 






si 




1^ 




If 


3 
*3 


13 


1« 




^ 


a 


" 


« 


►3 


cq 


'S, 


O 


Westport Harbor Aqueduct 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 16, 


$6,000 


_ 


$250 


_ 


1 $6,334 


$327 


Company, Westport. 


1914. 


1914. 














Weymouth Light and Power 


Oct. 19, 


2 July 27, 


300,000 


- 


- 


$57,692 


3 156,271 


42,660 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














WilUamstown Gas Company, 


Jan. 2, 


sDec. 26, 


40,000 


- 


6,494 


with land 


64,429 


4,857 


Williamstown (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Williamstown Gas Company, 


Oct. 30, 


2 Sept. 25, 


40,000 


- 


1,000 


1,364 


3 66,692 


7,995 


Williamstown. 


1914. 


1914. 














WilUamstown Water Com- 


May 29, 


wMay 23, 


100,000 


- 


62,000 


- 


- 


9,128 


pany, Williamstown. 


1914. 


1914. 














Woburn Gas Light Company, 


Sept. 11, 


2 Aug. 3, 


45,100 


$4,500 


- 


10,371 


29,148 


4,875 


Woburn. 


1914. 


1914. 














Woburn Light, Heat and 


Nov. 12, 


i5i3ct. 13, 


175,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


■ _ 


Power Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 














Worcester County Gas Com- 


Jan. 2, 


3 Dec. 23, 


285,000 


- 


24,461 


with land 


294,655 


7,461 


pany, Pakner (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 














Worcester County Gas Com- 


Nov. 4, 


2 Sept. 18, 


350,000 


- 


4,832 


19,758 


3 298,303 


7,955 


pany, Palmer. 


1914. 


1914. 














Worcester Electric Light Com- 


Oct. 28, 


Oct. 14, 


1,300,000 


100,908 


- 


224,167 


3 2,167,757 


91,778 


pany, The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 














Worcester Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 27, 


2 Sept. 16, 


1,400,000 


1,104,790 


with 


R. E. 


1,476,699 


73,545 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 














Worcester Safe Deposit Vaults 


Jan. 17, 


Jan. 13, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


1,741 


Incorporated, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 














Worcester Suburban Electric 


Jan. 14, 


8 Oct.. 15, 


600,000 


22 517,197 


- 


- 


233,545 


35,980 


Company, Uxbridge. 


1914. 


1913. 














Total Certificates filed, 




223 


116,636.185 


50,480,690 


7,685,533 


5,710,419 


79,615,597 


8,505,411 


Deduct Duplicates, 




20 


1,835,200 


- 


504,845 


- 


3,104,720 


279,146 


Total Corporations, 


203 


114,800,985 


50,480,690 


7,180,688 


5,710,419 


76,510,877 


8,226,265 



^ And piping, etc. 

: Statementof June 30, 1914. 

Including mains, services 
appliances. 

Supplies and materials. 



5 Street lines, meters, transformers 
and motors, 
and 6 Under Acts 1914, chao. 742, sect. 

63. 
' Premium on stock. 



8 Statementof June 30, 1913. 

9 Tenement proi)erty. 
1" Aijoumed. 

" Supplies on hand. 
12 Office furniture. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



143 



of Corporations — Concluded, 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


i 

a 
1 


Moneys rec'd, 
etc., under R. 
L., Chap. 110, 

Sect. 81. 


•a a 

m 


o 


o 
m 

'o. 
O 


Debts. 


m 




Guaranty Fund, 
under R. L., 
Chap. 110, 
Sect. 81. 


1 


- 


- 


- 


S187 


$7,098 


$5,800 


$1,298 


- 


- 


- 


$7,098 


« $11,111 
3,435 


6 S239,766 
10,251 


6S59 


- 


517,810 
79,215 


300,000 
40,000 


173,299 
31,914 


$6,930 


$29,452 
■> 15,000 


6 159 
371 


517,810 
79,215 


^ 2,069 


9 4,000 


- 


- 


83,120 


40,000 


35,126 


7,581 


- 


6 413 


83,120 


- 


- 


- 


188,893 


260,021 


100,000 


160,021 


- 


- 


- 


260,021 




11 1,877 

12 50 

13 42,623 

"4,698 




175,000 


98,142 
175,000 


45,100 
175,000 


7,000 


45,800 




242 


98,142 
175,000 


16,907 


- 


- 


12,238 


355,722 


285,000 


69,892 


- 


- 


830 


355,722 


* 14,632 


- 


- 


18,427 


363,907 


285,000 


77,827 


- 


- 


6 1,080 


363,907 


^ 128,783 


16 19,434 


s 4,950 


- 


2,737,757 


1,300,000 


209,596 


433,211 


7 790,000 


« 4.950 


2,737,757 


205,306 


" 281,088 

" 86,416 

18 9,100 

21 20,000 


69,851 




3,306,795 
21,741 


1,400,000 
20,000 


761,202 
19 18,676 


207,066 
1,741 


21 850,000 


69,851 


3,306,795 
21,741 


32,218 


23 16,714 


- 


- 


835,654 


600,000 


222,649 


7,279 


5,206 

24 134 


386 


835,654 


5,553,938 
222,867 


16,475,050 
8,660 


513,678 


4,247,694 
15,117 


178,788,010 
4,135,355 


88,476,015 
1,835,200 


38,514,711 
1,876,897 


20,161,412 
249,635 


31,057,347 
158,724 


593,338 
14,899 


178,802,823 
4,135,355 


5,331,071 


16,466,390 


513,678 


4,232,577 


174,552,655 


86,640,815 


36,637,814 


19,911,777 


30,898,623 


578,439 


174,667,468 



13 Street mains and services. 

i-i Meters. 

1* Corporation not doing business. 

16 Leicester plant. 

1' Street mains. 



18 Insurance paid in advance. 

19 Interest and taxes accrued but not 

due. 

20 Premium on capital stock. 

21 Safes, boxes, etc. 



22 And lines, transformers, meters, 

side track, rights of vray, etc. 

23 Prepaid accounts and deferred 

items. 
2* Reserve for bad debts. 



144 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of Corporations 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 






A. A. Cobum Company, The, 

Worcester. 
A. A. Forster Co., Natick, . 

A. A. Ordway Company, 
Haverhill. 

A. A. Rowe & Son Company, 
Boston. 

A. & A. Rubber Company, 
Framingham. 

A. & E. Burton Company, 
Boston. 

A. B. Currier Co., The, Bos- 
ton. 

A. B. Cutter Company, The, 
Boston. 

A. B. Hoffmann and Son, 
Incorporated, Lynn. 

A. B. Noyes & Co., Corpora- 
tion, Georgetown. 

A. B. Reade Co., Boston, 

A. Burlingame Company, 
Worcester. 

A. Bushee Company, Attle- 
borough. 

A. C.&M.L.Felkin Co., Bos- 
ton. 

A. C. Dutton Lumber Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

A. C. Grady Loan Company, 
Brockton. 

A. C. Hosmer Co., Leom- 
inster. 

A. C. Joney Company, 
Worcester. 

A. C. Leard Company, 
Worcester. 

A. C. Titus & Company, Inc., 
Salem. 

A. D. Makepeace Company, 
Wareham. 

A. Da Prato Company, Bos- 
ton. 

A. Dalton Company, Haver- 
hill. 

A. Dickey Co., Boston, 

A. Dodge <fe Son Corporation, 

Beverly. 
A. E. Bryer Contracting Co., 

Lynn. 
A. E. Covelle Co., Boston, . 

A. E. Jebb Refinishing Co., 
Brockton. 



Dec. 27, 

1913. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Sept. 16, 

1914. 
June 2, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Oct. 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 
July 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 



Oct. 14, 

1913. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 5, 

1914. 
3 May 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Aug. 4, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
May 6, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
3 Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 7, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 17, 

1914. 
May 12, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
3 May 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Nov. 1, 

1913. 
3 Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 



Q 



Oct. 1, 

1913. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 27, 

1913. 
June 30, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
•Apr. 22, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1913. 
Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Nov. 1, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 



S5,000 

50,000 

30,000 

25,000 

24,000 

100,000 

20,000 

3,100 

100,000 

10,000 

5,000 

20,000 

10,000 

50,000 

35,000 

40,000 

6,000 

5,000 

1,000 

50,000 

50,000 

30,000 

10,000 

5,000 

50,000 

25,000 

20,000 

10,000 



DO g c3 iL 

3 53 c3 o I 



•51,600 



20,162 
12,000 



50,000 
3,000 



225 
2,750 



34,501 



17,600 



1 $1,100 
1,062 



17,223 
8 1,431 



with R. E. 
4,510 

5,000 

1,000 

600 



3,602 
1,000 
4,000 

1,720 
3,000 



$4,500 

526 

25,033 

MOO 

41,046 

43,734 

16,379 

800 

72,828 

6,713 

1,395 

20,981 

2,500 

3,270 

12 82,800 

715 

493 

1,109 

58,731 

13,647 

30,000 

3,594 

1,200 

23,349 

2,759 

8,300 

369 



' Including auto truck S300. 

2 Good will. 

' Adjourned. 

* .4nd office furniture. 



5 Horses and wagons. 

'• Prepaid insurance and interest. 

' Stock in other companies. 



' And fixtures. 
9 Fixtures. 
1° Investments. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



145 



required by Chapter 437, Section 43, Acts of 1903. 





Assets — 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


d o! g 


3 

8 

a 

1 


1 
ua 
2 


i 


Capital Stock. 


< 


J. 

-a 

ii 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


3 


i 

1-1 

•a 
o 




- 


- 


- 


$9,357 


$5,000 


$2,995 


- 


- 


- 


$1,362 


$9,357 


2 ?4,600 


- 


- 


9,820 


8,200 


636 


- 


- 


- 


984 


9,820 


- 


- 


- 


48,000 


30,000 


15,443 


- 


- 


- 


2,557 


48,000 


= 10,000 


' $8,987 


- 


28,845 


, 25,000 


L520 


- 


- 


- 


2,325 


28,845 


- 


6 944 
' 3,000 


- 


100,971 


24,000 


46,626 


- 


$12,256 


$18,089 


- 


100,971 


2 25,000 


- 


102,192 


100,000 


- 


- 


28 


2,164 


- 


102,192 


2 1,000 


9 2,000 


- 


22,816 


20,000 


2,790 


- 


- 




26 


22,816 


- 


- 


- 


4,488 


3,100 


13 


- 


- 


1,375 


- 


4,488 


- 


i» 4,460 


- 


166,421 


100,000 


33,764 


$10,000 


- 


22,657 


- 


166,421 


- 


- 


S6,337 


23,622 


10,000 


5,572 


- 


8,050 


- 


- 


23,622 


- 


- 


- 


7,891 


5,000 


2,710 


- 


- 


181 


- 


7,891 


- 


- 


- 


52,813 


20,000 


13,813 


- 


19,000 


- 


- 


52,813 


- 


- 


16,377 


22,877 


10,000 


10,032 


- 


2,845 


- 


- 


22,877 


"500 


- 


2,087 


13,578 


11,200 


2,378 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,578 


- 


- 


- 


241,851 


35,000 


154,536 


- 


- 


37,315 


15,000 


241,851 


- 


- 


19,065 


20,277 


20,010 


267 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,277 


2 3,500 


9 3,510 


- 


8,475 


6,000 


1,325 


- 


1,140 


- 


10 


8,475 


- 


- 


- 


3,406 


2,000 


186 


- 


1,175 


45 


- 


3,406 




"540 


- 


7,010 


1,000 


857 


- 


1,900 


- 


3,253 


7,010 


- 


- 


- 


97,736 


50,000 


13,272 


- 


6,500 


14-18,172 


9,792 


97,736 


- 


10 460 


- 


92,804 


24,000 


14,004 


34,000 


- 


- 


20,800 


92,804 


15 500 


- 


- 


51,894 


400 


- 


24,000 


- 


13,746 


13,748 


51,894 


- 


16 350 
"240 


- 


23,941 


10,000 


3,915 


- 


6,550 


3,476 


- 


23,941 


- 


- 


1,519 


6,520 


5,000 


1,520 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,520 


- 


- 


- 


77,290 


42,500 


18,392 


- 


- 


12,856 


3,542 


77,290 


- 


- 


2,473 


6,818 


5,200 


1,618 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,818 


- 


- 


6,930 


21,150 


18,750 


2,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,150 


2 2,000 


18 669 
19 4,000 


- 


11,458 


10,000 


632 


- 


- 


- 


826 


11,458 



11 Patent rights. 

12 And in transit. 
1' Team, tools, etc. 



K Depreciation. 

15 Trade-marks. 

16 Horses, etc. 



17 Office fixtures. 

18 Tools and fixtures. 

19 Treasury stock. 



146 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





§ 






03 


Assets. 






ca 
eg 

s 


.S 
1 ■ 


"a 


P. 
O 

'^ . 








NAME or CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 




actures, 
chandise; 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


1- 

-a S 
g-l 




^1 " 


s 

03 


"ca 


II 




'4 


anut 
Mer 
Mat 
Stoc 
ess. 


1f§ 




^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


Pi 


^ 


S 1 


O 


A. E. Jones Company, Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


$10,000 


_ 


$349 


$2,631 


$7,710 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. E. Lyon Company, The, 


Aug. 12, 


July 1, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,976 


Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. Edgcomb Co., Boston, . 


Oct. 2, 
1914. 


July 21, 
1914. 


July 21, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


~ 


"" 


6,864 


A. F. Bond Company, Boston, 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


~ 


~ 


1,837 


A. F. Clark Lumber Company, 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


40,000 


$10,000 


6 5,000 


32,220 


45,065 


Peabody. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








' 




A. F. Mentzer Company, Bos- 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


- 


- 


1,866 


1,794 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. F. Ward Machinery Co., 


June 18, 


Apr. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


900 


2,270 


305 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. G. Pollard Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


300,000 


549 


- 


397,673 


78,303 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. G. Smalley & Co. Inc., 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 5, 


Oct. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


2,681 


6,140 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. G. Walton & Co., Inc., 


Sept. 24, 


June 17, 


May 31, 


300,000 


220,932 


30,000 


1,243,860 


478,101 


Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Atkinson Company, 


Nov. 2, 


Oct. 21, 


May 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


448 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Davenport Company, 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 30, 


400,000 


69,800 


with R. E. 


429,050 


114,480 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Demond Company, 


Oct. 9, 


"Aug. 10, 


May 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


West Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Geuting Company, 


Mch. 27, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


80,285 


27,427 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Hews & Co., Incorpo- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


134,800 


15 30,962 


80,363 


54,800 


rated, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. H. Nelson Manufacturing 


May 4, 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 1, 


10,000 


- 


4,500 


308 


61 


Company, Newton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Rice Company, Pitts- 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


90,000 


21,800 


15,000 


54,576 


130,430 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. H. Richardson Lumber 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


96,626 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. H. Steele Co., Worcester, 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


wjan. 28, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


5,000 


- 


2» 4,995 


1,544 


1,657 


A. H. Sweet Company, Mil- 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 6, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,060 


592 


ford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Weeks & Company, 


July 8, 


June 9, 


May 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,673 


445 


19,936 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. H. Whidden & Son, Incor- 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


15,000 


24,003 


- 


28,489 


19,361 


porated, Peabody. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. Hathaway Company, Bos- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 24, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


300 


500 


246,718 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. Himmel Company, Lynn, 


June 25, 
1914. 


Mch. 22, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


4,000 


- 


1,500 


2,500 


1,829 


A. I. Asher Pants Company, 


May 13, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 1, 


6,000 


- 


1,200 


8,800 


10,475 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. J. Barker Company, Taun- 


May 18, 


May 5, 


Mch. 9, 


15,000 


- 


- 


14,423 


2,975 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. J. Bates Company, Web- 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 24, 


Nov. 13, 


200,000 


88,981 


- 


328,612 


386,604 


ster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. J. Beaumier Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


942 


9,535 


8,274 


Springfield. 
A. J. Cunningham Co., Bos- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Feb. 10, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


55,000 


- 


- 


38,722 


82,304 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












> Good will. 




^ And teams. 


n Susp 


ense accoun 


B. 


2 Office furniture. 




7 Patent rights. 


'2 Stocl 


c. 




' Horses, wagons, hay, graii 


1, etc. 


8 Fixtures. 


" Equi 


pment, moti 


)r truck. 


♦ Supplies. 




9 Moulds. 


" Adjo 


urned. 




' Fixtures and fittings 




10 Une 


xpired insur 


anoe and ta^ 


es. 









1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 147 

of Corporations ; — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


11= 

gig 

ago 


3 
a 

M 


h3 

1 


"o 


-2 

3 

"1 

o 


k 

§« 

9.-° 

< 


1 




3 
02 


1 

£ 


1 


1 S4,000 


- 


- 


S14,690 


$10,000 


Sl,009 


- 


- 


- 


$3,681 


$14,690 


- 


2S400 


- 


10,376 


3,000 


- 


- 


S6,015 


Sl,361 


- 


10,376 


1 10,000 


3 13,000 


S74 


29,938 


25,000 


4,938 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29,938 


i;4,ii5 


< 3,053 
5 2,323 


- 


11,328 
92,285 


10,000 
40,000 


14,830 


: 


125 
12,975 


1,203 
24,480 


- 


11,328 
92,285 


- 




- 


3,660 


2,000 


404 


- 


- 


- 


1,256 


3,660 


7 9,000 


- 


9,096 


21,571 


15,000 


1,915 


- 


4,656 


- 


- 


21,571 


- 


- 


- 


476,525 


300,000 


120,008 


- 


56,517 


- 


- 


476,525 


7 5,900 


8 2 120 

9 4;748 

i»93 
11642 
12 120 


25,833 


48,277 
1,972,893 


30,000 
300,000 


3,176 
200,486 




15,101 
824,200 




648,207 


48,277 
1,972,893 


- 


13. 2,700 


- 


3,148 


50 


1,095 


- 


950 


- 


1,053 


3,148 


- 


- 


- 


613,330 


400,000 


- 


$200,000 


- 


- 


13,330 


613,330 


- 


8 10,272 


8,294 


126,278 


30,600 


95,678 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


126,278 


- 


"2,384^ 


- 


303,309 


250,000 


13,402 


- 


25,000 


14,907 


- 


303,309 


- 


- 


9,423 


14,292 


8,910 


1,387 


- 


3,995 


- 


- 


14,292 


_ 


15 10,000 


" 


221,806 
106,626 


90,000 
75,000 


19,307 


: 


,50,000 

"40.365 

10,000 


30,000 
2,319 


11,441 


221,806 
106,626 


- 


21 775 


1,364 


10,335 


4,500 


845 


- 


4,990 


- 


- 


10,335 


- 


8 675 


332 


5,659 


5,000 


659 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,659 


: 


_ 


~ 


22,054 
71,853 


10,000 
15,000 


6,188 
16,152 


6,150 


9,550 


5,366 

22 500 

15,000 


10,001 


22,054 
71,853 


- 


- 


- 


247,518 


25,000 


220,268 


- 


- 


- 


2,250 


247,518 


- 


- 


- 


5,829 


4,000 . 


1,632 


- 


- 


197 


- 


5,829 


- 


- 


- 


20,475 


6,000 


4,200 


2,100 


• 3,075 


5,100 


- 


20,475 


- 


- 


- 


17,398 


15,000 


723 


- 


1,000 


- 


675 


17,398 


- 


23 5,061 

2* 14,887 

18 800 

25 42 


- 


824,945 


100,000 


566,780 


- 


139,300 


- 


18,865 


824,945 


1 3,000 


- 


21,793 


10,020 


6,235 


- 


1,000 


4,538 


_ 


21,793 


~ 


~ 


~ 


121,026 


55,000 


52,164 


- 


- 


13,862 


- 


121,026 



15 And furniture, auto truck, horses 

and wagons. 
15 Prepaid expense items. 
1' Contingent. 



18 Treasury stock. 
1' In lieu of annual. 
2» And tools. 
21 Fixtures, etc. 



22 Reserve for dividend. 

23 Prepaid insurance, etc. 
2'' Prepaid selling expense. 
23 Unexpired insurance. 



148 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





tificate was 


a 


a 
S 


o, 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






res, 
dise, 
, and 
Proc- 




TION. 




S 


J 
m 


•2^ 


1 


>> 


actu 
ehan 
erial 
kin 


1— 1^ 
11 




§3 


"o 


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13 


"3 tela o „; 


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jaS 


1 


.s 

ed 




"a 


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(S 


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% 


O 


A. J. Foster Co., Boston, 


Oct. 20, 
1914. 


July 20, 
1914. 


July 1 
1914. 


$10,000 


- 


S719 


$60,735 


$17,481 


A. J. Hammerton Co., Saugus, 


Mch. 9, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Jan. 1 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


1,103 


4,512 


9,869 


A. J. Kienle Coal Company, 


July 8, 


June 8, 


Apr. 1 


15,000 


$800" 


400 


3,251 


20,583 


Easthampton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. J. Landey Company, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 3, 


Dec. 3 


5,000 


- 


- 


600 


- 


Brookline. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












A. J. Lane Company, Spring- 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 1 


15,000 


- 


- 


8,387 


34,491 


field. 


1914. 


lftl4. 


1914. 












A. J. Smart Manufacturing 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31 


100,000 


16,605 


62,937 


23,277 


10,478 


Company, Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. J. Tower Company, Bos- 


June 1, 


May 7, 


Jan. 1 


500,000 


96,200 


with R. E. 


516,319 


609,390 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. Jacobs & Sons Company, 


Jan. 1, 


9 Dec. 22, 


Oct. 31 


10,000 


- 


4,275 


9,284 


11,431 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












A. L. Banks & Co., Inc., 


Aug. 29, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31 


25,000 


- 


500 


250 


50 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. L. Brooks Company, 


Nov. 6, 


Oct. 5, 


Aug. 31 


60,000 


54,000 


3,400 


3,306 


13,375 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. L. Cherry, Inc., Boston, . 


July 30, 
1914. 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,161 


3,462 


A. L. Eastman Company, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


- 


- 


5,674 


8,687 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. L. Lindroth Company, 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


- 


2,330 


4,000 


25,104 


North Attleborough. 


1914. 


• 1914. 


1913. 












A. L. Parks Tea Company, 


May 5, 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 31 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,873 


17,273 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. L. Richardson & Bro., Inc., 


May 20, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31 


25,000 


- 


6,000 


560 


6,408 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. L. Stone Manufacturing 


Sept. 30, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 6 


50,000 


68,800 


3,861 


250 


- 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. Lee Company, Lawrence, 


May 18, 
1914. 


May 13, 
1914. 


May 1 
1914. 


40,000 


18,500 


6,800 


■ 14,520 


26,382 


A. Lord & Company, Incorpo- 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31 


25,000 


10,000 


8,000 


2,180 


5,221 


rated, Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. M. Chapel Machine Com- 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 31 


10,000 


_ 


1,600 


2,183 


10,438 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. M. Hunt Company, Bos- 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1 


15,000 


- 


- 


300 


2,825 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. M. McPhail Piano Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31 


100,000 


- 


- 


104,790 


158,707 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. Marnock & Co., Inc., 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31 


6,500 


2,605 


1,350 


3,961 


5,871 


Quinoy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. McArthur Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 4, 
1914. 


Feb. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 1 
1914. 


65,000 


- 


- 


78,847 


175,267 


A. Morton Company, Boston, 


Apr. 29, 
1914. 


Mch. 15, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


10,000 


- 


- 


8,200 


3,085 


A. P. Gorman Company, Fall 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31 


2,000 


- 


300 


425 


1,400 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. P. Nardini Company, Bos- 


Oct. 31, 


July 1, 


July 1 


95,000 


76,532 


16,393 


135,940 


16,153 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. R. Andrews Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31 


5,000 


_ 


- 


5,441 


7,288 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. R. Warfield Co., Whitman, 


Mch. 7, 
1914. 


Feb. 23, 
1914. 


Feb. 22 
1914. 


6,000 


- 


- 


10,000 


648 


A. S. Belcher, Inc., Brockton, 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Jan. 2, 
1914. 


Oct. 15 
1913. 


1,000 


- 


- 


450 


850 


A. S. Brock Rubber Company, 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31 


25,000 


- 


- 


3,354 


41,441 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. S. Campbell Company, 


July 28, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 31 


100,000 


- 


1911,156 


5,691 


8,590 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. S. Dorfman Cigar Com- 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


_ 


500 


5,560 


2,353 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













' Tradc-markH and electrotypes. 
^ Good will. 
' Tools. 
■• Fixtures. 



5 Horses, wagons, furniture and 

fixtures, etc. 
" Reserve for depreciation. 
" Miscellaneous investments. 



8 Reserves. 

' Adjourned. 
1" Treasury stock. 
" Trade-marks and good will. 



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of Corporatio7is — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



i 1,000 
5 3,303 



' 268,574 



10 12,030 



<550 

12 1,000 
13 6,000 
10 6,280 



15 2,900 



i"784 

18 600 

20 2,132 



S685 



13,370 



21,966 



5,620 
8,092 



5,246 



178,935 

19,462 

25,034 

2,285 

46,181 

155,230 
1,490,483 
24,991 
26,200 
74,081 
16,123 
14,361 
53,400 
22,695 
29,968 
93,191 
71,822 
43,493 
14,221 
17,125 

263,497 
13,787 

257,014 
13,250 
2,625 

245,018 
12,729 
11,143 
1,300 
56,979 
80,281 
13,959 



Liabilities. 



o 



$10,000 

4,100 

15,000 

1,000 

15,000 

100,000 

500,000 

10,000 

25,000 

60,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

18,100 

50,000 

40,000 

25,000 

10,000 

15,000 

100,000 

6,500 

65,000 

3,000 

2,000 

27,000 

5,000 

6,000 

1,000 

17,400 

69,500 

10,000 



§11,967 
2,769 

585 
16,606 
8,175 
2,545 
5,714 

400 
5,281 
4,084 
2,090 
5,810 
9,204 
1,908 
23,700 
11,822 
8,493 
3,068 

250 

35,085 

3,115 

150,002 

950 

500 
5,449 
3,933 
2,100 

206 
19,516 
8,317 
3,959 



S700 



!,000 



" 10,000 



7,000 



60,500 



2,000 



$66,801 


- 


1,000 


$2,395 


7,000 


265 


12,800 


- 


40,000 


6 7,055 


115,000 
7,391 


565,055 
8 307,883 


800 


- 


100 


- 



37,590 
2,300 
4,150 

20,000 



1,800 
34,282 

3,344 
16,000 

2,300 

91,296 

1,699 

50 

15,500 



5,810 
19,491 



1,153 
75 



i« 26,012 

60,773 

2,097 

993 

4,563 



$2,134 



1,775 



700 
2,039 
2,271 

1,191 



94,130 



2,464 



12 Stable. 

13 Sixty shares capital stock of this company. 
1'' Mortgage on real estate and machinery, 
i' Automobile, team, etc. 



15 Reserve for depreciation on leases. 

1' Mould account. 

18 Furniture and fixtures. 



10 And equipment. 

20 Unexpired advertising, etc. 

21 Trade-marks. 



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[1914. 



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A. S. Ingraham Company, 


June 1, 


May 6, 


May 1, 


$20,000 




$3,000 


$1,503 


$15,446 


The, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. S. Maddocks, Inc., Win- 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 13, 


Deo. 31, 


50,000 


$100 


- 


1,520 


576 


throp. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. S. Morss Co., Boston, 


Mch. 9, 
1914. 


Feb. 10, 
1914. 


Deo. 31, 
1913. 


75,000 


- 


- 


63,308 


24,187 


A. S. Nichols Company, Bos- 


May 26, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 1, 


400,000 


- 


- 


24,840 


13,948 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












A. S. Tucker Company, The, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,033 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. Storrs and Bement Com- 


Aug. 17, 


Aug. 3, 


June 30, 


30,000 


_ 


- 


174,125 


143,491 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. T. Bridges Co., Incorpo- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


5 1,251 


9,146 


8,044 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. T. Gallup Company, Hol- 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 7, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 




- 


23,056 


1,641 


yoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. T. Gallup, Incorporated, 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 7, 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


- 


_ 


40,793 


6,740 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. T. Howard Company, Bos- 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


32,252 


10,492 


28,827 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. T. Spooner Company, 


July 10, 


9 July 8, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


125 


362 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. T. Stearns Lumber Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


54,118 


4,715 


352,751 


205,303 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. Varnerin Company, Inc., 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


2,500 


2,500 


61,517 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W. Barnes Steam Specialty 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


H 4,552 


3,477 


8,217 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












A. W. Cheney Transfer Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


_ 


3,500 


1,793 


pany, Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W. Chesterton Company, 


Mch. 24, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


4,350 


- 


58,668 


59,073 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W. Cox & Co., Inc., Bos- 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 20, 


Deo. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,791 


534 


3,899 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W. Emmons Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 16, 


Nov. 30, 


125,000 


22,948 


15,229 


14,241 


11,570 


Framingham. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












A. W. Farrington Company, 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


1,842 


500 


248 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W. Greeley Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


9,449 


11,682 


12,321 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. W, Jones Co., Boston, 


Jan. 28, 
1914. 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Dec. 12, 
1913. 


10,000 


• - 


500 


5,047 


14,800 


A. W. Moriarty Co., Boston, 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 


Jan. 7, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


- 


- 


12,839 


44,208 


A. Willard and Son Inc., 


May 15, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


1,738 


2,193 


2,424 


Wrentham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












A. Ziegler & Sons Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Mch. 14, 


Dec. 24, 


250,000 


_ 


22 69,586 


93,089 


74,627 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Abbot Worsted Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


600,000 


150,000 


184,000 


460,422 


206,778 


Westford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Abington-Whitman Ice Com- 


Mch. 2, 


25 Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


14,500 


1,400 


_ 


4,319 


pany, Abington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Abraham Rccht Company, 


Aug. 1, 


July 22, 


Mch. 18, 


1,000 


_ 


300 


400 


300 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Absorbentene Company, The, 


Apr. 2, 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 1, 


50,000 


_ 


250 


308 


52 


Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acme Automatic Scale Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


- 


750 


1,850 


2,925 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acme Heel Company, Brock- 
ton. 
Acme Oil Engine Company, 


May 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 24, 


May 9, 

1914. 

31 Jan. 21, 


Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 


40,000 


- 


7,011 


45,147 


41,825 


250,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Good will. 

2 Tools. 

3 Patent rights. 
♦ Shop. 

' And tools and fixture account. 
' And contingent. 



' Fixtures. 
" Reserve. 
' Adjourned. 
1" Contracts in process. 
'1 Anticipated profits on contracts in 
process. 



12 Automobile. 

" Reserve for bad debts. 

!■' And tools. 

If' Furniture. 

1" Treasury stock. 

1' Catalogue rights. 



1914. 



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of Corporations — • Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


11= 

S f? § 


1 

1 


Profit and Loss. 




ca 
O 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


4. 
1 

3 ^ 


J. 

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li 


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-a 

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1 S2,000 


- 


- 


821,949 


$20,000 


S420 


- 


- 


- 


$1,529 


$21,949 


1 1,000 


2 $100 




3,296 


1,000 


1,674 


- 


- 


$622 


- 


3,296 


1 25,030 


- 


S33,832 


146,357 


74,200 


27,103 


- 


$45,054 


- 


- 


146,357 


3 300,000 
1 100,000 


- 


6,966 


445,754 


400,000 


16,228 


- 


29,526 


- 


- 


445,754 


- 


4 150 


- 


9,183 


2.000 


6,929 


- 


- 


- 


254 


9,183 


- 


- 


- 


317,616 


30,000 


258,765 


- 


- 


28,851 


- 


317,616 


- 


- 


- 


18,441 


5,000 


5,530 


- 


4,000 


6 3,077 


834 


18,441 


- 


' 5,568 


- 


30,265 


20,000 


5,232 


- 


5,000 


- 


33 


30,265 


- 


' 2,447 


- 


49,980 


30,000 


3,197 


- 


16,000 


- 


783 


49,980 


1 5,000 


- 


- 


76,571 


30,000 


17,807 


- 


7,191 


19,573 
8 2,000 

273,900 
13 16,750 


- 


76,571 


1 25,000 


1° 1,765 

u 1,100 

12 1,000 

5,900 


1,673 


6,025 

622,787 
91,517 


5,000 

150,000 
50,000 


825 

37,137 
39,510 


- 


200 
145,000 


2,007 


6,025 

622,787 
91,517 


_ 


15 40 
16 3,000 


8,401 


19,286 
13,694 


6,000 
6,000 


3,119 
1,694 


$6,000 


: 


: 


10,167 


19,280 
13,694 


1 5,000 
1 1,500 


17 1,000 
18 2,185 

19 700 

20 518 
4,085 


~ 


130,276 
8,942 


45,000 
5,000 


26,990 
3,738 


_ 


- 


58,286 
204 




130,276 
8,942 


1 25,500 


- 


93,573 


84,000 


4,573 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


93,573 


97,500 


- 


4,991 


105,081 


100,000 


5,081 


- 


- 


- 


- 


105,081 


- 


- 


15,834 


49,286 


30,000 


12,786 


- 


6,500 


- 


- 


49,286 


- 


- 


- 


20,347 


10,000 


4,339 


- 


- 


6,008 


- 


20,347 


21 4,000 


- 


- 


61,047 


50,000 


4,062 


- 


- 


1,500 


5,485 


61,047 


1 1,500 


- 


707 


8,562 


6,000 


2,562 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,562 


67,631 


23 568 
IS 30,400 


- 


335,901 


212,700 


35,695 


- 


86,819 


687 


- 


335,901 


- 


- 


1,001,200 


600,000 


143,980 


- 


- 


24 50,000 


207,220 


1,001,200 


~ 


26 200 

2' 10,017 


1,557 


31,993 
1,000 


15,000 
1,000 


16,993 


_ 


: 


: 


- 


31,993 
1,000 


21 31,390 


- 


7 


32,000 


31,500 


- 


~ 


500 


- 


- 


32,000 


3 10,000 


- 


- 


15,525 


10,000 


- 


5,418 


- 


- 


107 


15,525 


3 249,950 


28 100 

29 707 


50 


94,790 
250,000 


40,000 
250,000 


7,070 


- 


35,461 


11,128 
30 1,131 


- 


94,790 
250„000 



18 Stocks. 

19 Autos. 

20 Equipment. 

21 Trade-marks. 

22 And equipment. 



23 Advanced expenses. 

2* Reserve for depreciation. 

26 Should have been held. 

26 Ice. 

2' Personal estate. 



28 Stock in other companies. 

29 Premiums prepaid. 

30 Reserves. 

31 Corporation has done no business 

during the preceding year. 



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Acme Register Company, 


May 12, 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 12, 


$500,000 


- 


$4,000 


$8,000 


_ 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acme Torsion Spring Com- 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


1,200 


$4,126 


pany, Boston. 
Acme White Lead and Color 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












June 5, 


Jan. 23, 


Nov. 30, 


50,000 


- 


43,923 


94,157 


105,789 . 


Works, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Acton Farms Milk Company, 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


$14,449 


6,585 


6,367 


13,060 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Acushnet Co-operative Asso- 


June 18, 


June 11, 


May 9, 


7,500 


3,000 


- 


2,563 


4,491 


ciation, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acushnet Mills Corporation, 


Nov. 28, 


Nov. 19, 


Sept. 26, 


1,000,000 


210,000 


650,000 


546,884 


181,491 


New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acushnet Process Company, 


May 28, 


May 5, 


Mch. 31, 


75,000 


25,589 


29,868 


14,262 


10,113 


Acushnet. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Acushnet Saw Mills Com- 


Dec. 17, 


Nov. 19, 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


25,570 


18,165 


67,814 


53,307 


pany, Acushnet (for 1913). 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Acushnet Saw Mills Company, 


Nov. 25, 


Nov. 18, 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


26,820 


22,006 


51,634 


69,714 


Acushnet. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adam Geibel Music Com- 


July 20, 


July 15, 


June 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


• 2,077 


6,339 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adams & Ruxton Construc- 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


8,486 


7,978 


2,143 


18,581 


tion Company, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adams-Atwood Company, 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,401 


15,444 


17,223 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Adams Brothers Manufac- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


20,000 


27,734 


22.077 


20,936 


turing Company, Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Adams Chapman Company, 


May 13, 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 27, 


50,000 


~ 


- 


11,690 


65,655 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adams Co., Reading, . 


May 20, 
1914. 


"Apr. 22, 
1914. 


Feb. 28, 
1914. 


50,000 




~ 


61,303 


5,478 


Adams Co-operative Associa- 


Aug. 17, 


Aug. 3, 


July 1, 


2,500 


1,500 


150 


4,197 


647 


tion, Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adams Hardware and Paint 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


25,173 


13,991 


Company, The, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adams Pharmacy, Incorpo- 


Feb. 9, 


Oct. 7, 


Sept. 15, 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,500 


704 


rated, Leominster. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Adams Pond Company, Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


" 6,328 


2,164 


25,326 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Adams Square Company, The, 


Feb. 10, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


5,250 


- 


- 


169 


446 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Adams Woolen Co., Adams, . 


Mch. 11, 
1914. 


Jan. 21, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


50,000 


50,799 


58,273 


109 


Addison Building Company, 


June 30, 


I'July 23, 


May 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


600 


2,722 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Adjustment Bureau of the 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,392 


Boston Credit Men's Asso- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












ciation, Boston. 


















Adscar Company, Boston, . 


Mch. 7, 
1914. 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


10,000 


~ 


~ 


~ 


100 


Advance Button Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


17,258 


9,842 


9,398 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Advertiser Newspaper Com- 


July 21, 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1, 


30,000 


1,000 


28,000 


500 


26,041 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aeolian Macaroni Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 15, 


Oct. 31, 


50,000 


- 


2,000 


1,000 


1,950 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Aero-Marine Equipment Com- 


Jan. 2, 


July 7, 


July 7, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Medford (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Aero-Marine Equipment Com- 


Nov. 4, 


July 13, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Medford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aero Sales Company, Incor- 


May 4, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


50,000 


- 


- 


50 


100 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aetna Hosiery Company, 


Mch. 12, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


- 


21,607 


28,752 


24,655 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


1 










1 Patent rights. '' I 


lorses, wagons, etc. 






8 Lasts and other eqi 


lipment. 


2 Good will. " 


Reserve. 






9 Furniture and fixtu 


res. 


' Fixtures. ' 1 


Mortgage note secured 


)y real 




w Interest. 




* Investment. 




estate. 








I' In lieu 


of annual. 





1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



153 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


■3)53 = 
a oj o 


' 1 

a 

1 


o 

1 

ya 
S 


o 


Capital Stock. 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


i| 


-o 
a 

ii 

o a 


3 
O, 


i 

•a 
a 




- 


- 


8329,000 


$341,000 


§340,300 


S700 




- 


- 


- 


$341,000 


1 -510,000 
2 5,000 


_ 


~ 


20,326 
243,869 


20,000 
50,000 


326 

158,827 


- 


: 


$35,042 


- 


20,326 
243,869 


2 4,500 


3S685 

4 515 

5 MOO 


- 


52,561 


15,000 


19,561 


- 


$9,308 


1,065 


$7,627 


52,561 


- 




10,054 


6,875 


2,425 


- 


- 


754 


- 


10,054 


- 


- 


- 


1,588,375 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


6 91,528 


496,847 


1,588,375 


- 


- 


2,947 


82,779 


68,700 


4,679 


$2,000 


7,400 


- 


- 


82,779 


- 


- 


- 


164,856 


50,000 


31,604 


- 


- 


83,252 


- 


164,856 


- 


- 


- 


170,174 


50,000 


12,286 


- 


- 


107,888 


- 


170,174 


- 


1,700 


- 


10,116 


5,000 


1,500 


- 


- 


3,616 


- 


10,116 


- 


- 


- 


37,188 


10,000 


4,171 


' 7,000 


- 


15,294 


723 


37,188 


- 


8 5,480 
9 994 


- 


40,542 


10,000 


18,712 
10 40 


- 


11,500 


290 


- 


40,542 


- 


- 


- 


90,747 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


-' 


50,747 


90,747 


- 


3 300 


- 


77,645 


50,000 


8,931 


- 


12,200 


6,514 


- 


77,645 


- 


3 6,412 
"500 


- 


73,693 


35,000 


37,640 


- 


- 


- 


1,053 


73,693 


- 


- 


- 


6,494 


1,360 


1,585 
"134 


- 


- 


3,415 


- 


6,494 


- 


- 


- 


39,164 


20,000 


1,366 


- 


- 


- 


17,798 


39,164 


- 


- 


538 


6,742 


5,000 


1,742 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,742 


- 


- 


- 


33,818 


6,000 


16,229 


- 


7,743 


3,846 


- 


33,818 


- 


15 7,550 


- 


8,165 


5,250 


- 


- 


1,750 


- 


1,165 


8,165 


- 


- 


- 


159,181 


50,000 


31,391 


16 46,000 


2,829 


- 


28,961 


159,181 


- 


- 


163 


3,485 


1,000 


2,485 


- 


- 


. 


- 


3,485 


- 


- 


608 


3,000 


3,000 


-_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


- 


- 


5,900 


6,000 


6,000 


- 


- 




- 


- 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


36,498 


30,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


1,498 


- 


36,498 


- 


18 94,741 


- 


150,282 


30,000 


7,500 


109,000 


- 


- 


3,782 


150,282 


" 25,000 


- 


2,100 


32,050 


28,000 


1,450 


- 


- 


2,450 


150 


32,050 


- 


- 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 




- 


25 


- 


- 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


=0 26,000 


- 


- 


26,150 


26,010 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140 


26,150 


" 


. " 


~ 


75,014 


15,000 


19,638 




40,000 


- 


376 


75,014 



1^ Prepaid insurance. 
13 Dividends. 
" And tools. 



15 Bowling alleys and billiard tables. 
18 Mortgage. 
I'' Adjourned. 



18 Securities. 

1' Trade-marks. 

2" Patent rights and trade-marks. 



154 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





Si 

ft 






« 




Assets. 






■c3 

o 


•1 
1 




03 

o 










NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


>> 


actures, 
shandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


1:1 












(3 


1 








^ 


O 


Q 


< 


« 


§ 


§ 


o 


Aetna Mills, Watertown, 


Aug. 19, 
1914. 


July 23, 
1914. 


June 27, 
1914. 


8450,000 


$290,911 


with R. E. 


$740,754 


$124,351 


Aetna Rubber Company, Bos- 


Aug. 5, 


iJuly 21, 


Dec. 31, 


2,500 


- 


$200 


1,467 


627 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












AfiBeck Ruling & Stationery- 


Aug. 26, 


July 6, 


July 6, 


15,000 


30,000 


4,735 


6,631 


7,089 


Co., Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Agawam Company, Agawam, 


Dec. 29, 
1913. 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


Nov. 30, 
1913. 


50,000 


35,000 


24,000 


55,587 


18,884 


Aichess Petticoat Company, 


July 10, 


lApr. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


1,701 


6,500 


4,215 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Aiden Lair Farms Association, 


Oct. 19, 


4 Sept. 24, 


May 31, 


1,000 


19,000 


425 


- 


- 


The, Williamstown. . 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aiken Putnam Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


Feb. 7, 
1914. 


Feb. 7, 
1914. 


10,000 


-| 


~ 


1,323 


8,395 


Aitken, Son and Company, 


Apr. 2, 


Mch. 25, 


Dec. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Akers and Taylor Manufac- 


Feb. 6, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


11,100 


22,512 


42,457 


30,966 


turing Company, Charlton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Albany Cash Market, Incor- 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 5, 


20,000 


- 


- 


4,200 


2,000 


porated, The, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Albany Supply & Chemical 


Apr. 21, 


Jan. 17, 


Jan. 16, 


5,000 


- 


M25 


300 


1,685 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Albenart Company, Canton, 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


Nov. 30, 
1913. 


30,000 


- 


786 


with 
m'eh'y 


21 


Albert Culver Company, The, 


Sept. 12, 


May 15, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


23,000 


2,000 


32,034 


69,749 


Rockland. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Albert D. Howlett Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


11,822 


44,241 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Albert Dickinson Company 


Sept. 9, 


Aug. 29, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,561 


14,396 


of Massachusetts, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Albert E. Hale Co., Spring- 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


3,907 


11,484 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Albert Russell & Sons Com- 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


24,662 


6,637 


14,593 


11,804 


pany, Newburyport. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Albert Steiger Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


189,090 


97,043 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Alberti Importing and Ex- 


June 9, 


May 15, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


12,626 


27,217 


porting Company, Incor- 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












porated, Boston. 


















Albree Self Figuring System 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


32,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Alden Bros. Co., Boston, 


June 18, 
1914. 


4 Mch. 30, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


250,000 


24,382 


31,500 


18 85,918 


76,126 


Alden Hall Corporation, Bos- 


Sept. 25, 


June 15, 


May 29, 


75,000 


22 50,000 


- 


- 


1,635 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alden Press, Holyoke, . 


Mch. 23, 
1914. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Alden Sheet Metal Working & 


May 25, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 23, 


5,000 


- 


- 


11,950 


6,330 


Plumbing Co., Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alden Speare's Sons Co., The, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 20, 


Nov. 29, 


375,000 


74,000 


16,267 


75,023 


302,286 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Aldis Owen Hall's System of 


Mch. 7, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 15, 


100,000 


- 


- 


510 


20 


Business Enterprises, In- 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












corporated, Boston. 


















Aldrich-Chipman Company, 


May 15, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


18,084 


2.705 


The, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aldrich Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 19, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


7,225 


19,187 


12,579 


32,198 


pany, Charlton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Date of postponement. 

2 Good will. 

' Subscription received on stock. 

* Adjourned. 

' Fixtures. 

^ Horstw, wagon.s. etc. 



' And fixtures. 

8 Horses, etc. 

9 Office furniture. 

1° Loan account carried as bills pay- 
able. 
" Net gain. 



12 Lynn Stall Co. patterns. 
I'l Advertising tablets. 
1' Furniture and fixtures. 
^ Investments. 
1" Fixtures, etc. 
" Patent rights. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continued. 



;55 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


i 

J 
1 


i 


"3 


1 

'S 

O 


< 


J. 

1 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 




1 
tS 
£ 


1 


- 


- 


S85.397 


31,241,413 


8450,000 


$11,413 


- 


$789,000 


- 


- 


$1,241,413 


2S500 


- 


- 


2,794 


2,500 


143 


- 


- 


- 


$151 


2,794 


_ 


- 


- 


48,455 
133,471 


10,000 
3 1,000 
50,000 


6,705 
2,720 


$20,500 


8,500 
9,000 


$71,751 


1,750 


48,455 
133,471 


- 


- 


- 


12,416 


3,000 


5,117 


- 


1,000 


- 


3,299 


12,416 


- 


- 


- 


19,425 


1,000 


- 




- 


- 


18,425 


19,425 


2 4,652 


5 Sl,329 


- 


15,699 


10,000 


5,699 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,699 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


107,035 


25,000 


10,000 


16,000 


10,783 


- 


45,252 


107,035 


2 3,000 
2 2,990 


6 2,000 
5 6,400 


8,000 


25,600 
5,100 


20,000 
5,000 


5,600 
100 


- 


- 


: 


- 


25,600 
5,100 


29,193 


- 


100 


30,100 


13,200 


100 


- 


- 


16,800 


- 


30,100 


- 


8 2,000 


- 


128,783 


25,000 


7,053 


- 


95,000 


- 


1,730 


128,783 


- 


- 


- 


56,063 


10,000 


1,279 


- 


5,000 


- 


39,784 


56,063 


- 


9^24 


- 


19,181 


10,000 


7,531 


- 


- 


1,650 


- 


19,181 


2 789 


12 246 

13 135 
10,103 

" 45,000 

15 1,600 

470 

16 1 529 


2,850 


15,391 

58,077 

342,836 

45,481 


3,000 
30,000 
150,000 

10,000 


2,000 

3,752 

44,344 

21,302 


5,000 


1° 7,971 
23,700 
45,370 

9,179 


- 


1,000 

11 1,420 

625 

103,122 


15.391 
58,077 
342.836 

45,481 


1- 27,000 


- 


5,863 


32,863 


32,000 


863 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32,863 


15 97,000 


20 848 

21 10,532 

23 357 




326,306 
51,992 


176,500 
50,000 


79,966 

169 
2^ 1,324 


- 


60,865 


8,975 
499 


- 


326,306 
51,992 


- 


23 600 


- 


18,880 


5,000 


13,880 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,880 


2 500 


26 90,389 
2' 52,753 


: 


610,718 
1,030 


356,400 
1,030 


114,318 


: 


40,000 


95,000 


28 5,000 

29 _ 


610,718 
1,030 


- 


5 1,383 


- 


22,172 


10,000 


5,126 


- 


2,000 


- 


5,046 


22,172 


- 


- 


- 


71,189 


6,000 


4,659 


11,000 


- 


36,094 


13,436 


71,189 



18 And equipment. 
M Good will and investment in 
routes. 

20 Prepaid insurance. 

21 Advanced expense. 



22 Equity. 

23 Prepaid expenses. 

2'' Accrued interest and taxes. 

25 Team and tocls. 

28 Stocks in other companies. 



2' New buildings and improvements. 

28 Carried to surplus. 

29 $22,912.22 charged off on fixtures, 

tank cars, buildings and book 
accounts. 



156 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 






a 


i 


C8 

o, 

O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






res, 
dise, 
and 
Proc- 


PS 


TION. 


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13 


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Alexander Strauss Incorpo- 


Apr. 22, 


Feb. 23 


Jan. 31, 


$25,000 


_ 


_ 


$18,451 


$20,060 


rated, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alexandres H. Kafengis Com- 


Mch. 23, 


Mch. 14 


Mch. 14, 


5,000 


- 


$300 


950 


175 


pany, The; Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alfred E. Haines Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 20 


Jan. 1, 


3,000 


- 


1,100 


300 


4,193 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alfred H. Aldrich Company, 


Apr. 7, 


Feb. 26 


Dec. 31, 


1,200 


- 


- 


153 


1,811 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Alfred Hale Rubber Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 27 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


87,300 


1,000 


2,094 


3,122 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Alfred Sears Co., Boston, 


Jan. 29, 
1914. 


Jan. 13 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


~ 


« 17,700 


16,763 


59,062 


Alger Paper Box Company, 


Oct. 21, 


July 29 


June 1, 


100,000 


26,498 


35,574 


61,320 


36,189 


Middleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Algonquin Printing Company, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 28 


Jan. 3, 


500,000 


168,666 


229,352 


1,077,128 


785,017 


Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alkalol Company, The, Taun- 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 2 


Mch. 2, 


10,000 


7,290 


7,968 


6,599 


7,286 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allegheny Coke Company, 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 10 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


120,000 


' 263,856 


8,257 


23,730 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Allen and Endicott Building 


Mch. 17, 


Jan. 5 


Dec. 31, 


230,000 


231,170 


- 


- 


4,879 


Company, The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Allen and Fox Express Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 19 


Jan. 19, 


20,000 


- 


- 


25,610 


9,302 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allen & Paisley Company, 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 7 


Mch. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


72,157 


37,991 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allen-Bradley Cranberry Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 17 


Feb. 28, 


75,000 


72,859 


1,291 


- 


378 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allen-Foster-Willett Com- 


Oct. 19, 


"July 27 


May 31, 


100,000 


- 


12 113,763 


125,152 


245,285 


pany, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allen-Higgins Wall Paper 


May 1, 


Apr. 9 


Apr. 1, 


100,000 


45,451 


56,506 


88,407 


112,396 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












AUen-Hurd Company, Bos- 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 14 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


2,622 


23,788 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Allen Lane Company, Boston, 


Apr. 30, 
1914. 


Mch. 31 
1914. 


Deo. 31, 
1913. 


100,000 


- 


~ 


- 


500,836 


Allen School of West Newton, 


Dec. 4, 


Nov. 17 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


73,821 


- 


1' 12,793 


1,010 


The, Newton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Allen, Slade & Co., Inc., Fall 


July 14, 


June 24 


Apr. 30, 


270,000 


86,063 


8,200 


178,410 


209,990 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ailing Rubber Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 31 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,945 


33,500 


38 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Almy, Bigelow & Washburn, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 23 


Jan. 31, 


200,000 


5,650 


- 


243,203 


99,184 


Incorporated, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alpha Hat Company, Med- 


Mch. 31, 


Jan. 5 


Nov. 30, 


20,000 


4,000 


2,650 


350 


302 


way. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Alpha Investment Company, 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,218 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Alpha Waste Products Com- 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 12 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


35,000 


12.478 


2,482 


8,167 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alphabeticon Company, Bos- 


May 20, 


11 Feb. 7 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


300 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Alsten and Goulding Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 20 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


1,219 


43,424 


25,719 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Amalgamator Manufacturing 


May 6, 


Apr. 23 


Apr. 1, 


75,000 


_ 


_ 


1,500 


_ 


and Mining Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Ambler Myriagrai)h Com- 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 14 


, Mch. 11, 


100,000 


_ 


2,120 


with 


4,117 


pany, Natick. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








m'ch'y 





' Fixtures. 

2 Reserve fund. 

' Good will. 

^ And cfjuipment. 

■•' Plant at North Dighton, 



» Depreciation. 
' And livestock. 
» Patent rights. 

" Investment, one share stock in New 
England Cranberry Sales Co. 



1" Subscription received on stock. 

11 In lieu of annual. 

12 And plant. 

13 Reserve for depreciation. 

1' Good will, office fixtures and improvements. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



157 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LABILITIES. 


11= 

gSo 


3 
O 

a 
1 
1 


i 

o 


13 


o 

& 

S 

a, 
O 


k 


■a g 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


3 

3 


T3 

a 
ca 

1 


1 


- 


182,108 


- 


340,619 


825,000 


$3,032 


- 


87,000 


2 8750 


84,837 


840,619 


3 S3,000 


- 


Sl.oOO 


5,925 


5,000 


300 


- 


300 


- 


325 


5,925 


- 


- 


- 


5,593 


3,000 


1,708 


- 


- 


- 


885 


5,593 


- 


150 


12 


2,026 


1,200 


826 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,026 


- 


- 


- 


13.516 


8,000 


320 


85,000 


- 


- 


196 


13,516 


- 


- 


- 


93,525 


20,000 


61,637 


- 


- 


4,862 


7,026 


93,525 


3 6,000 




- 


165,581 


100,000 


14,676 


- 


36,000 


6.568 


8,337 


165,581 


- 


- 61,907 


- 


2,322,070 


500,000 


15,585 


- 


1,082,500 


6 74,293 


649,692 


2,322,070 


- 


- - 


- 


29,143 


10,000 


415 


- 


- 


- 


18,728 


29,143 


8 40,000 


- 


- 


455,843 


390,500 


360 


- 


45,000 


- 


19,983 


455,843 


- 


- 


3,951 


240,000 


230,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


240,000 


- 


- 


2,364 


37,276 


20,000 


11,276 


- 


6,000 


- 


- 


37,276 


- 


1650 


- 


110,798 


30,000 


58,694 


- 


20,000 


2,104 


- 


110,798 


- 


no 


- 


74,538 
484,200 


300 

10 74,200 

100,000 


78,770 


- 


135,813 


105,854 


38 
63,763 


74,538 
484,200 


- 




- 


302,760 


100,000 


14,810 


50,000 


54,750 


13 50,000 


33,200 


302,760 


n 13,460 


15 607 


- 


40,477 


30,000 


1,444 


- 


- 


9,033 


- 


40,477 


- 


i« 1,254 


- 


502,090 


100,000 


245,832 


- 


35,000 


13 75,000 


46,258 


502,090 


3 5,000 


18 2,721 


15,756 


111,101 


50,000 


9,001 


- 


52,100 


- 


- 


111,101 


- 


19 4,127 


- 


486,790 


270,000 


78,868 


- 


127,000 


- 


10,922 


486,790 


- 


- 


- 


37,483 


25,000 


1,939 


- 


3,000 


7,544 


- 


37,483 


- 


- 


- 


348,037 


200,000 


98,663 


- 


- 


49,374 


- 


348,037 


_ 


22 15,176 


3,674 


10,976 
16,394 


4,700 
10,000 


2,276 


20 2,000 

21 2,000 


: 


6,394 


_ 


10,976 
16,394 


3 49,000 
3 49,700 


23 428 
2< 2,196 


91 


109,751 
50,091 


50,000 
50,000 


18,009 
91 


- 


32,295 


: 


9,447 


109,751 
50,091 


8 82 
3 8,000 

8 5,000 


743 
25 4,666 

26 200 


2,126 


84,053 
8,626 


55,000 
7,055 


18,688 
1,571 


_ 


5,000 


5,365 


- 


84,053^ 
8,626 


74,970 


- 


- 


81,207 


75,000 


5,625 


- 


- 


- 


582 


81,207 



1° Insurance paid. 
" Furniture. 

1' And furniture and fixtures, equip- 
ment and school supplies. 
18 Unaccrued items. 



19 Teams, etc. 

20 Mortgage on building. 

21 Mortgage on machinery. 

22 Securities. 



23 Furniture and fixtures. 
2« Expense. 

25 Fixtures, etc. 

26 Auto. 



158 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





S 


g 


i 


'o, 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






3S, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 


42 


TION. 


o 


1 


3o 




"S 


^ 


ctur( 
land 
rial, 
inP 


■3 > 




si 

-f3« 






_§ o 


1 


.a 


anufa 
Mercl 
Matei 
Stock 
ess. 


1« 




^ 


Q 


Q 


■< 


« 


1 


§ 


o 


American Agricultural Chemi- 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


S5,000 


_ 


_ 


. $87,065 


$128,558 


cal Company of Massa- 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












chusetts, The, Boston. 


















American Artois Brau Com- 


Sept. 4, 


2 Aug. 29, 


May 31, 


90,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Auxiliary Heating 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


- 


1,228 


7,778 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Balloon and Deco- 


May 22, 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 1, 


1,000 




_ 


515 


218 


rating Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Barrel Company, 


Oct. 6, 


Sept. 8, 


Aug. 31, 


10,000 


$1,000 


- 


1,125 


1,782 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Belting and Tanning 


Mch. 31, 


Mch. 28, 


Jan. 10, 


25,000 


_ 


$2,500 


21,830 


31,041 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Camphor Refining 


Apr. 16, 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


_ 


12,183 


48,595 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Car Sprinkler Com- 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 1, 


30,000 


31,429 


2,520 


36,005 


27,878 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Card Clothing Com- 


Apr. 17, 


2 Apr. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


pany, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Casket Company, 


Aug. 12, 


May 15, 


May 15, 


50,000 


1,600 


_ 


_ 


84 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 




10 787 








American Chemical and Dye- 


Mch. 7, 


2 Feb. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 




_ 


492 


6,476 


stuff Company, Incorpo- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












rated, Boston, 


















American Cloak Company, 


May 7, 


May 2, 


Dec. 18, 


10,000 


- 


2,893 


6,263 


8,424 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Clutch Company, 


June 16, 


Apr 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 




9,820 


1,173 


697 


Amesbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Coal Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


35,000 


10,635 


2,014 


21,227 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Coke and Charcoal 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 30, 


9,000 


_ 


3,000 


1,500 


1,100 


Company, Salem. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Color and Chemical 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 7, 


Nov. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


294 


19,026 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Coretwine Com- 


Mch. 26, 


" Mch. 19, 


Feb. 28, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Cork Company 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


128 


- 14,162 


26,310 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914 


1913. 












American Cultivator Publish- 


May 6, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


2,000 


with 


6,500 


ing Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








m'ch'y 




American Cushion Skate Com- 


Apr. 23, 


Apr. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


15 


1 


pany, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American De Greasing Co., 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 24, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


19,131 


11,101 


8,261 


5,438 


Peabody. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Delivery Company, 


Nov. 4, 


2 Aug. 3, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


2,833 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Department Store 


Sept. 15, 


July 5, 


July 5, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


1,425 


305 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Dry Plate Com- 


June 3, 


May 29, 


May 1, 


20,000 


11,613 


4,653 


5,005 


13,509 


pany The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Electric Tool Com- 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


992 


2,000 


1,532 


pany, Newton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Elevator-Rescue 


May 7, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


100 


900 


Appliance Company, Bos- 
ton. 
American Equipment Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mch. 5, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


-_ 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Felt Company, 


May 1.5, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


4,622,700 


1,433,057 


988,697 


1,688,398 


1,381,841 


Bo.ston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Finance Company, 


Mch. 23, 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 3, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Reserves. 

2 Adjourned. 

' Good will and contracts. 
* Patent rights. 
' Good will. 



" Horses and teams. 
' Securities. 

' Reserve for contingents. 
" Insurance reserve. 



1" Building and furniture. 
'1 And depreciation. 
'2 Suspense. 
•3 Expense account. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



159 



of Corporations 


— Continued. 
















Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


60 cSrH 


i 


§ 

Si 




.g 
m 




a 


1 








ill 


1 


03 

1 


o 
H 


3 


o • 

on 

< 


11 


"43 O 


1 
CO 


o 


"o 


- 


- 


$14,813 


S230,436 


S5,000 


S12,566 


- 


$201,655 


1 $11,215 


- 


$230,436 


3 191,328 


- 


- 


91,328 


90,000 


- 


- 


1,328 


- 


- 


91,328 


4 50,000 
6 25,000 


- 


19,729 
2,161 


103,735 
2,894 


100,000 
1,000 


3,735 
78 


_ 


1,816 


_ 


_ 


103,735 
2,894 


5 2,500 


6S500 


3,803 


10,710 


10,000 


710 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,710 


- 


- 


- 


55,371 


25,000 


28,874 


- 


- 


- 


$1,497 


55,371 


«500 


^ 20,000 


1,000 


80,778 

98,332 

1,000 


20,000 

30,000 

1,000 


34,189 
21,899 


$12,000 


15,000 


8,178 

8 3,411 

7,062 

9 27,371 


- 


80,778 

98,332 

1,000 


5 4,000 


- 


2,678 


9,149 


8,005 


544 


- 


600 


- 


- 


9,149 


- 


- 


8,007 


14,975 


6,000 


8,975 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,975 


- 


- 


- 


17,580 


10,000 


4,531 


- 


- 


11 3,049 


- 


17,580 


- 


- 


3,664 


15,354 


10,000 


1,406 


3,948 


- 


- 


- 


15,354 


5 2,000 


12 28,000 


- 


98,876 


50,000 


10,540 


28,000 


9,000 


1,336 


- 


98,876 


6 4,000 


- 


740 


10,340 


9,000 


1,340 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,340 


- 


13 15 


- 


19,335 


10,000 


9,004 


- 


- 


331 


- 


19,335 


- 


15 99,970 


30 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


E 6,000 


- 


- 


46,600 


20,000 


12,047 


12,976 


- 


1,577 


- 


46,600 


" 7,500 
^ 50,000 


_ 


- 


16,000 
50,016 


10,000 
50,000 


4,925 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


~ 


1,075 
16 


16,000 
50,016 


- 


- 


- 


43,931 


15,400 


5,603 


- 


14,282 


8,201 


445 


43,931 


5 2,500 


" 4,350 


1,152 


10,835 


10,000 


835 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,835 


5 1,000 


- 


990 


3,720 


3,450 


270 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,720 


- 


- 


- 


34,780 


20,000 


425 


- 


- 


2,000 


12,355 


34.780 


* 8,500 


13 300 


13,210 
500 


18,034 
10,000 


2,700 
13 2,300 
10,000 


1,984 


~ 


11,050 


: 


: 


18,034 
10,000 


4 35,000 
<486 


21 203,600 
22 37,687 


300 


35,000 

5,733,766 

300 


300 
2° 34,700 
3,250,000 

i 300 


133,534 


- 


1,452,500 


655,070 
1 242,662 


- 


35,000 

5,733,766 

300 



1* Date of postponement. 

15 Trade name, secret processes, 
patterns, good will, recipes, in- 
ventions, patents pending. 

15 Good will and copyright. 



1' Horses, wagons, etc. 
13 Jigs and patterns. 
1' Subscribed on account of capital 
stock. 



20 Subscriptions received on stock. 

21 Investments. 

22 Prepaid expenses. 



160 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





S 


g 


a 

.2 


Capital 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






s.i§2 




TION. 






3 
s 

03 


ii 


1 


& 

a 
'.S 

03 


anufacturi 
Merchand 
Material, 
Stock in F 
ess. 


OS'S 




^ 


Q 


Q 


■< 


tf 


S 


s 


O 


American Finishing Machin- 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 5, 


Sept. 30, 


850,000 




$3,200 


$1,200 


$3 045 


ery Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Fireworks Com- 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


S6,200 


1,500 


14,387 


828 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Fireworks Sales 


Dec. 2, 


Nov. 5, 


Oct. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,539 


Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Flaming Arc Lamp 


May 22, 


8 May 4, 


Dec. 31, 


225,000 


_ 


397 


3,643 


238 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Fountain Pen Com- 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,591 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Furniture Exchange, 


May 6, 


6 Mch. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


2,500 


_ 


11,719 


' 40,765 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Garage and Auto 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 28, 


Sept. 30, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,269 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Gas Light Com- 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 17, 


Dec. 30, 


25,000 


- 


_ 


1,030 


552 


pany of New England, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston. 


















American Grocery Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 28, 


40,000 


- 


15,418 


80,005 


139,285 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Halibut Company, 


Mch. 23, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,122 


34,974 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American House Corporation, 


May 18, 


May 4, 


May 2, 


15,000 


94,975 


- 


- 


1,061 


The, Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Ink Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 29, 


Nov. 1, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


367 


Stoneham. 


1914. 


1910. 


1913. 












American-International Com- 


Apr. 2, 


6 Mch. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


1,500 


_ 


_ 


300 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Iron & Metal Com- 


Apr. 2, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 5, 


25,000 


- 


1,500 


8,675 


14,465 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Jewel Company, 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 4, 


Apr. 1, 


100,000 


_ 


6,400 


10,696 


492 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Knitting Company, 


Dec. 5, 


Nov. 20, 


Oct. 31, 


25,000 


- 


15,973 


37,246 


11,100 


Waltham. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












American-La France Fire En- 


July 17, 


June 10, 


May 29, 


1,000 


_ 


563 


5,107 


10,351 


gine Company of Massa- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












chusetts, Boston. 


















American Leather Goods Com- 


July 17, 


Apr. 6, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


- 


5,487 


13,928 


7,168 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Life-Saving Gar- 


July 21, 


May 14, 


Mch. 31, 


300,000 


- 


» 3,073 


4,419 


8,030 


ment Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Linen Company, 


Nov. 12, 


Nov. 4, 


Sept. 26, 


800,000 


277,865 


874,113 


232,893 


269,448 


Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Linseed Company, 


Dec. 23, 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


25,000 


- 


60,645 


640 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Lithuanian Co-oper- 


May 1, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 3, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


566 


929 


ative Public Market Corpo- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












ration, The, Middleborough. 


















American Lunch Company, 


July 21, 


Apr. 19, 


Mch. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


377 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Manufacturing 


Apr. 6, 


6 Mch. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000,000 


5,203,116 


with R. E. 


3,645,762 


1,148,933 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Mason Safety Tread 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


41,842 


26,646 


61,477 


62,422 


Company, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Mica Company, 


May 25, 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


200,000 


121,000 


2,171 


172,966 


45,455 


Newton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Mineral Company, 


Aug. 21, 


July 13, 


June 30, 


60,000 


14,873 


14,447 


1,900 


2,500 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Motor Equipment 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


710 


5,256 


8,171 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













' Patent rights. 
■ Treasury stock. 
■■' Furniture and fixtures. 
* Good will and manufacturing 
secrets. 



5 Good will. 
' Adjourned. 
' Including special 
8 Stocks. 
» Bonds. 



1" Trade-marks. 
" Office and other furniture. 
•2 Merchandise. 

" Subscription received on account 
of new stock issue. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



161 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


is . 


i 

a 
1 


I 

(3 


1 


1 




1 
11 




M 

m 




1 


1 123,000 
< 4,000 


2 $3,500 
3 200 


S19,323 


853,468 
26,915 


850,000 
17,100 


8468 
2,214 


- 


$3,000 
5,150 


- 


82,451 


853,468 
26,915 


6 3,000 


- 


- 


4,539 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


$1,539 


- 


4,539 


1 192,572 


1,813 


59,268 


257,931 


225,000 


1,160 


- 


31,771 


- 


- 


257,931 


48,409 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


54,984 


210 


1,377 


- 


52,379 


- 


1,018 


54,984 


6 5,000 


- 


7,935 


15,204 


10,000 


5,204 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,204 


1500 
6 6,500 


- 


56 


8,638 


8,000 


638 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,638 


- 


23,922 
8 500 


- 


258,630 
36,596 


39,000 
22,100 


72,107 
8,028 


~ 


97,225 
3,500 


50,298 


with 
surplus 
2,968 


258,630 
36,596 


i»100 


- 


13,323 
6,136 


109,359 
6,603 


15,000 
5,000 


125 


864,229 
9 5,125 


24,880 
1,603 


_ 


- 


109,359 
6,603 


- 


- 


- 


1,800 


1,000 


- 


600 


- 


- 


200 


1,800 


6 1,000 


11450 


- 


26,090 


9,900 


12 13,765 


- 


2,150 


- 


275 


26,090 


5 66,000 


- 


16,412 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


- 


~ 


4,711 


64,319 
20 732 


20,000 

13 2,000 

1.000 


16,665 
19,732 


- 


17,000 


- 


8,654 


64,319 
20,732 


6 2,500 


- 


6,408 


35,491 


10,000 


2,898 


- 


22,593 


- 


- 


35,491 


1 281,000 
6 4,504 


15 714 


1,416 


303,156 
1,654,319 


300,000 
800,000 


3,156 
672,033 


- 


- 


w 53,242 


129,044 


303,156 
1,654,319 


- 


- 


- 


86,285 


10,000 


43,703 


- 


27,000 


- 


5,582 


86,285 


- 


17 720 


- 


2,215 


1,440 


685 


- 


- 


- 


90 


2,215 


- 


18 3,250 


22,616 


26,243 


25,000 


693 


- 


550 


- 


- 


26,243 


1431,910 


" 292,019 

20 3,965 

21 72,044 

1,771 




10,365,839 
626,068 


6,000,000 
480,050 


490,713 
19,245 




250,000 
34,097 




3,625,126 
92,676 


10,365,839 
626,068 


- 


- 


- 


341,592 


127,100 


38,253 


- 


80,000 


- 


96,239 


341,592 


i» 5,000 
5 3,000 


2 2,800 

22 150 

23 36,500 


- 


73,170 
22,137 


60,000 
15,000 


3,548 
2,517 


- 


9,160 




462 
4,620 


73,170 
22,137 



14 And fixtures, etc. 

15 Prepaid expenses. 
13 Depreciation. 

1' Fixtures. 



18 Luneli cars. 

1' Advance payments on purchases. 

2° Securities of other corporations. 



21 Supplies and prepaid interest, 

insurance and taxes. 

22 Prepaid insurance. 

23 Mineral rights. 



162 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





03 

la 




1 
§ 


C3 

ta 
Q 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






JS, 

ise, 
and 
roc- 


-S 

.£3 . 


TION. 




1 


la 
o 


13 
1^ ■ 


"ca 


a 
13 


3 03 ca O m 


si 
■ ^1 




jsS 




"ca 


■§02 


1 




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"t^ 




^ 


Q 


Q 


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Pi 


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§ 


o 


American Narrow Fabric 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


850,000 




$2,234 


$19,621 


$33,349 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Net and Twine 


Dec. 29, 


Dec. 11, 


Sept. 30, 


150,000 


_ 


178,765 


402,205 


11,357 


Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












American No-Slip Cement 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 8, 


Deo. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


55 


Company, Medford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Nut Lock Com- 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 6, 


Mch. 31, 


150,000 


_ 


5 260 


_ 


400 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Oak Leather Com- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


_ 


8,217 


455,254 


183,859 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Optical Company, 


Mch. 19, 


6- 




90,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Southbridge. 


1914. 
















American Oxidaze Company, 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


250,000 


_ 


'800 


1,600 


7,923 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Oxygen Associa- 


Jan. 5, 


9 Dec. 10, 


Oct. 1, 


30,000 


_ 


2,272 


200 


686 


tion (Incorporated), Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Pad & Paper Co., 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


Nov. 30, 


150,000 


$73,552 


32,898 


111,565 


56,505 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Painting & Deco- 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 1, 


30,000 


_ 


_ 


1,864 


44,244 


rating Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Paper Stock Com- 


Apr. 23, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


5,174 


5,000 


8,770 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Plumbing and Heat- 


Mch. 7, 


Feb'. 17, 


Feb. 17, 


15,000 


_ 


1,500 


10,800 


5,710 


ing Company, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Printing Company, 


Sept. 18, 


12 Aug. 25, 


July 3, 


2,000,000 


1,623,764 


with R. E. 


3,268,731 


3,421,169 


The, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 




13 








American Realty Company, 


May 4, 


12 Mch. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


236,344 


_ 


_ 


4,718 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Respirator Com- 


Feb. 2, 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


550 


43 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1910. 


1914. 












American Rubber Company, 


Apr. 7, 


Mch. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


290,740 


207,337 


1,463,834 


973,802 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Shoemaking Pub- 


Oct. 21, 


Oct. 13, 


Oct. 1, 


30,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,965 


lishing Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Smokeless Powder 


Dec. 2, 


Nov. 25, 


Sept. 30, 


100,000 


195,690 


_ 


130,223 


2,692 


Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Solidified Oil Works, 


May 13, 


May 31, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


400 


500 


167 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Specialty Company, 


May 13, 


Feb. 7, 


Feb. 6, 


10,000 


_ 


1,500 


12,451 


12,078 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Stable Co., Boston, 


Nov. 6, 
1914. 


Sept. 12, 
1914. 


Sept. 1, 
1914. 


10,000 


- 


500 


1,253 


3,362 


American Stamping Machine 


Mch. 24, 


Dec. 2, 


Dec. 2, 


5,000 


_ 


400 


1,500 


_ 


Company, Lynn. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












American Stave and Cooper- 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 2, 


Feb. 1, 


10,000 


22,500 


8,402 


12,700 


9,443 


age Company, Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Stay Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


_ 


35,000 


48,171 


72,925 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Steam Gauge & 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


147,231 


141,295 


280,987 


125,987 


Valve Manufacturing Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












pany, Boston. 


















American Stop-Motion Com- 


Apr. 2, 


Mch. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


200 


200 


- 


pany, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Storage Battery 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


1,500 


5,358 


3,744 


> Company, The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Tailors, Inc., Bos- 


June 18, 


May 27, 


May 27, 


5,000 


_ 


300 


5,074 


976 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












American Tap and Die Co., 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


16,390 


27,475 


101,890 


23,842 


Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Tar Company, Bos- 


Mch. 26, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


11,814 


1,254 


38,301 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Trade-marks. 
2 Good will. 

■* Reserve. 



' And tools and furniture. 

8 This company is not now in active 

business and has no assets or 

liabilities. 



' And fixtures. 

8 Investments. 

9 In lieu of annual. 

1° Horses and wagons. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



163 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


Oh 


3 

s 

3 


1 

T3 

a 

C3 


i 


'a, 

03 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


J. 

ll 


11 


i 


t3 

1 

1 


1 


1 S5,700 
^ 2 300 
3.19,000 


- 


- 


S80,204 


S44,000 


$27,015 


- 


- 


^ $9,189 


- 


$80,204 


- 


- 


592,327 


150,000 


62,327 


- 


$380,000 


- 


- 


592,327 


3 37,890 


- 


$2,466 


40,411 


37,890 


2,521 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40,411 


85,000 


- 


890 


86,550 


86,550 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


86,550 


- 


- 


- 


647,330 


25,000 


622,330 


- 


- 


- 


- 


647,330 


3 118,299 


, 8S1,256 


32,778 


162,656 


149,600 


8,056 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


162,656 


3.15,150 


- 


17,580 


35,888 


21,050 


14,838 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35,888 


- 


- 


- 


274,520 


123,800 


21,276 


834,500 


32,500 


62,444 


- 


274,520 


3 5,000 


- 


- 


51,108 


30,000 


10,054 


- 


- 


7,232 


$3,822 


51,108 


- 


- 


7,490 


26,434 


1,000 


10,934 


14,500 


- 


- 


- 


26,434 


- 


i» 1,000 
U400 
1* 78,461 
15 1,999,600 


- 


19,410 

10,391,725 

241,062 


15,000 

2,000,000 

70,000 


2,776 

1,162,349 

48 


165,400 


4,030,000 
3,478 


1,634 
3,199,376 


2,136 


19,410 

10,391,725 

241,062 


1.10,000 


- 


- 


10,593 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


593 


10,593 


1 1,680 
3 58,298 


15,629 
16 42,746 


- 


2,995,768 
61,263 


1,000,000 
30,000 


424,309 
1,263 


30,000 


_ 


1,571,459 


- 


2,995,768 
61,263 


- 


- 


- 


328,605 


100,000 


99,868 


- 


125,000 


- 


3,737 


328,605 


3 1,500 


- 


263 


2,830 


2,030 


800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,830 


- 


- 


- 


26,029 


10,000 


12,910 


- 


- 


- 


3,119 


26,029 


3 8,500 


- 


5 


13,620 


10,000 


3,620 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,620 


1 5,000 


- 


4,000 


10,900 


5,00Ct 


- 


- 


5,900 


- 


- 


10,900 


3 3,000 


- 


- 


56,045 


10,000 


15,277 


7,000 


- 


23,768 


- 


56,045 


103,000 


- 


- 


259,096 


174,200 


45,256 


- 


11,712 


- 


27,928 


259,096 


1.75,496 


13,432 


- 


784,428 


500,000 


15,990 


38,000 


170,000 


60,438 


- 


784,428 


1100 


- 


81,014 


81,514 


80,000 


1,514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81,514 


- 


17 6,194 


10,762 


27,558 


8,070 


2,952 


- 


16,536 


- 


- 


27,558 


3 3,000 


- 


- 


9,350 


5,000 


4,350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,350 


- 


- 


- 


169,597 


75,000 


354 


- 


8,055 


- 


86,188 


169,597 


2:2,489 


18 1,279 
8 9,000 


8,048 


72,185 


30,000 


18,185 


- 


24,000 


- 


- 


72,185 



11 Furniture and fixtures. 

12 Adjourned. 

13 And equipment. 



M Insurance, interest and water 
power prepaid. 

15 Stock Fall River Iron Works Com- 
pany. 



16 Lasts. 

" Equipment other than machinery. 

18 Tools, ofEce furniture, etc . 



164 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 






C3 




Assets. 






1 

s 


1 


1 
So 


'a. 

03 

o 










NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


J5 




actures, 
chandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


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11 






o 

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l5 

■SCO 




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Q 


Q 


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:§ 


^ 


Q 


American Textilose Company, 


Apr. 16, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


$1,000,000 


S192,490 


8532,331 


1127,155 


8386,807 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Tool and Machine 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


73,400 


63,047 


207,317 


70,946 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Tube Works, Bos- 


May 12, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


463,036 


with R. E. 


506,877 


460,603 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Valve Company, 


May 13, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Milton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Watch Tool Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


82,000 


23,425 


48,612 


67,290 


6,085 


pany, Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Water Supply Com- 


May 19, 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 1, 


500,000 


- 


27,581 


26,166 


17,690 


pany of New England, Bos- 
ton. 
American Wharf Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mch. 17, 


Feb. 27, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


26,000 


_ 


500 


489 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Whip Company, 


Jan. 22, 


- 


Dec. 1, 


15 _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Westfield. 


1914. 




1913. 












American Wholesale Grocery 


Apr. 14, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 25, 


50,000 


16,000 


" 2,500 


16 44,000 


1,000 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Window Cleaning 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


857 


5,518 


Company of Holyoke, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mass., Holyoke. 


















American Window Cleaning 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


500 


- 


9,500 


Company of Springfield, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Mass., Springfield. 


















American Wireless Company, 


June 23, 


Apr. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


141 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












American Worsted Machinery 


Apr. 27, 


18 _ 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Beverly. 


1914. 




1914. 












Ames, Implement and Seed 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


55,101 


16,193 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ames Plow Company, South 


June 19, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


450,000 


145,643 


2° 80,210 


104,765 


27,339 


Framingham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ames Sword Company, Chico- 


Mch. 27, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


62,000 


12,049 


38,066 


28,274 


pee. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Amesbury Building Corpora- 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


87.074 


5,885 


- 


829 


tion, The, Amesbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Amesbury Conmaercial Press, 


Jan. 8, 


Nov. 21, 


Nov. 21, 


20,000 


- 


4,598 


349 


1,409 


Amesbury. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Amesbury Theatre Company, 


Dec. 10, 


Sept. 2, 


Aug. 31, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Amesbury. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Amherst Creamery Company, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


5,000 


1,949 


3,888 


11,270 


The, Amherst. 


1914. 


■ 1914. 


1913. 












Amherst Garage Company, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 8, 


Dec. 7, 


15,000 


7,837 


1,495 


1,280 


1,276 


Amherst. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Amherst Manufacturing Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 1, 


45,000 


15,176 


25,435 


11,302 


2,433 


pany, Amherst. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Amherst Waxed Paper Mills, 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


24,495 


14,618 


19,525 


21,313 


Amherst. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Anchor Color & Gum Works, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


34,000 


16,000 


- 


- 


Dighton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Anchor Laundry Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 2, 


10,000 


- 


17,248 


- 


4,014 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Anchor Linotype Printing 


May 15, 


May 1, 


Apr. 30, 


12,000 


- 


18,460 


1,700 


4,730 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ancient River Corporation, 


June 4, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


28 50,000 


3,000 


- 


35 


The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ancona Company, The, Fall 


May 1, 


Apr. 28, 


Mch. 28, 


300,000 


33,357 


29 505,080 


172,890 


65,710 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Trade-marks. 

' Development account. 

* Investment mill stock. 

' Deferred organization expense. 

• Investments. 



' Team property. 

8 Guarantee. 

' Reserves. 

1" Patterns and drawings. 

11 Treasury stock. 

12 Development. 



13 Trustee stock. 

i-t Good will. 

16 The capital stock of this company 
was purchased by the United 
States Whip Company in 1893. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 165 

of Corporations — Continued, 





Assets 


-Con. 




LlABILmEB. 


111 

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I $492,842 


3 S5,023 


_ 


$2,011,727 


$1,000,000 


$137,335 


_ 


$755,409 


$118,983 


with 


$2,011,727 


2 100,000 


« 161,500 
s 13,579 
















surplus 




~ 


6 67,800 
' 3,500 


- 


486,010 


100,000 


42,178 


- 


45,000 


294,049 

8 4,788 


- 


486,010 


- 


- 


- 


1,430,516 


300,000 


285,705 


- 


- 


9 103,364 


$741,447 


1,430,516 


1 50.000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


i« 2,559 
" 1,300 


S5,766 


155,037 


82,000 


6,830 


- 


54,205 


12,002 


- 


155,037 


1 266,004 


12 21,377 
13 134,250 


" 


493,068 


375,080 


8,925 


$25,000 


82,000 


2,063 


- 


493,068 


» 1,000 


- 


3,011 


31,000 


22,500 


- 


8,500 




- 


- 


31,000 


- 


- 


- 


63,500 


50,000 


500 


1' 10,000 


- 


- 


3,000 


63,500 


" 3,500 


- 


- 


9,875 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,875 


9,875 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 




10,000 


- 


- 


159 


300 


300 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


n 7,210 


- 


~ 


7,210 


7,210 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,210 


- 


19 6,192 


_ 


77,486 


70,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,269 


4,217 


77.486 


1700 


21956 


93,301 


487,915 


275,000 


43,415 


100,000 


69,500 


_ 


_ 


487,915 


Ml 


22 35,000 




















- 


- 


9,802 


150,191 


150,000 


191 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150,191 


- 


23 268 
2«336 


- 


94,392 


30,000 


2,769 


52,000 


- 


9,623 


- 


94,392 


- 


- 


- 


6,356 


4,500 


333 


- 


952 


- 


571 


6,356 


- 


- 


30 


30 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


22,107 


10,000 


5,107 


- 


7,000 


- 


- 


22,107 


- 


- 


- 


11,887 


8,500 


960 


25 1,500 


- 


- 


927 


11,887 


2 4,000 


26 175 


- 


58,521 


30,500 


2,315 


24,386 


118 


1,202 


- 


58,521 


- 


- 


24,399 


104,350 


20,000 


41,304 


- 


43,046 


- 


- 


104,350 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


" 4,625 


2' 6,399 
112,000 


- 


34,286 


10,000 


3,185 


9,846 


7,776 


- 


3,479 


34,286 


- 


- 


- 


24,890 


12,000 


1,626 


- 


- 


- 


11,264 


24,890 


" 30,000 


11 16,360 


992 


100,387 


100,000 


325 


- 


62 


- 


- 


100,387 


~ 


- 


- 


777,037 


300,000 


9,696 


30 200,000 


172,000 


- 


95,341 


777,037 



16 Divided up among stockholders. 
1' Mortgage on real estate. 
18 None held since organization. 
I'iFumiture and fixtures. 
2<'^And equipment. 



21 Prepaid expense. 

22 Investment. 

23 Coal. 

2^ Insurance unexpired. 
25 Mortgage. 



26 Unexpired insurance. 
2' Rolling stock. 

28 Option. 

29 And buildings. 

30 Bonds. 



166 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract o 


f Certificates 


OF Condition 




1 




. 


c3 




Assets. 






S 

i 


.9 

1 


"a 


'p. 
O 

■a 
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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


"ca 




actures, 
ehandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


OS 

11 




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Anderson Electric Car Com- 


Oct. 23, 


lOct. 20, 


Aug. 1, 


810,000 


_ 


_ 


S3,075 


S2,959 


pany of Boston, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Andover Press (Limited), 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


$15,000 


S7,000 


6,303 


12,973 


Andover. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andover Realty Co., The, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


18,817 


- 


- 


492 


Andover. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrew D. Fuller Co., Bos- 


Apr. 4, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


500 


16,402 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrew Button Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


2,550 


218,105 


185,224 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 








• 




Andrew G. Paul Company, 


May 18, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


_ 


_ 


150 


286 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrew J. Lloyd Company, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


4,753 


147,765 


38,288 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrew J. Morse & Son, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


6,000 


8,300 


21,332 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrew Wilson Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3,545 


2,894 


12,422 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andrews-Gardner Co., Bos- 


Dec. 20, 


Dec. 1, 


Dec. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


5,878 


14,743 


ton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Andrews Paper Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


70,512 


72,144 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Andre ws-Wasgatt Company, 


Dec. 12, 


Nov. 10, 


Nov. 1, 


100,000 


37,513 


24,160 


90,321 


63,923 


Everett. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Angelo Seretto Company, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


11,028 


9,857 


Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Angier Chemical Company, 


July 31, 


July 13, 


June 30, 


25,000 


54,000 


3,999 


51,238 


41,205 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Angier Mills, Ashland, 


Mch. 2, 
1914. 


Jan. 14, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


42,150 


25,705 


23,768 


11,800 


Angus Engineering Company, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,227 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Angus Morrison Company, 


June 19, 


June 8, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


1,359 


150' 


4,391 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Animated Advertising Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


22 516 


- 


406 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Anker Printing Company, 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 




10,305 


1,123 


2,310 


The, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Apollo Theatre Incorporated, 


Sept. 10, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 15, 


50,000 


32,052 


1,500 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Apothecary Hall, Inc., North 


June 8, 


Feb. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


15,000 


1,000 


Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Appleton Brass Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


2,761 


440 


284 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












-Appleton Company, Boston, 


Dec. 30, 
1913. 


Dec. 17, 
1913. 


Nov. 8, 
1913. 


450,000 


226,000 


224,000 


517,857 


770,270 


Appleton Pharmacy, Inc., 


July 21, 


Mch. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,670 


448 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Date of postponement. 

2 Furniture and fixtures. 

3 Garage equipment. 
< Second-hand cara. 
5 Investments. 

» Good will. 



' Unexpired insurance. 
8 Horses and wagons. 
8 Prepaid taxes. 

10 Reserve for losses. 

11 Contracts. 

12 Subscription on preferred stock, 



13 Patent rights. 
1' Trade-marks. 
15 Kryptok stock. 
1" Treasury stock. 
1' Reserve. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



167 



of Corporations 


— Continued. 


















Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABtLITIBS. 












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lis 


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H 


- 


2 $704 

3 815 

4 1,300 


$7,116 


$15,969 


$5,000 


$64 


- 


$10,905 


- 


-. 


$15,969 


- 




- 


41,276 


10,000 


1,957 


$12,000 


5,000 


- 


$12,319 


41,276 


- 


5 2,078 


- 


21,387 


6,000 


281 


15,000 


- 


- 


106 


21,387 


6 $97,800 


- 


10,840 


125,542 


100,000 


14,742 


- 


10,800 


- 


- 


125,542 


- 


7 449 
2 2,280 

8 2,000 

9 1.048 


~ 


411,656 


200,000 


53,817 


137,100 


" 


1" $10,000 


10,739 


411,656 


249,700 


11 15;000 


- 


265,136' 


250,000 
12 2,000 


5,409 


- 


6,536 


~ 


1,191 


265,136 


"92 


2 73,983 


_ 


280,773 


144,000 


29,378 


- 


60,549 


15,363 


- 


280,773 


"25 


15 6,337 














" 31,483 






6 5,000 


16 4,530 




















- 


- 




35,632 


10,000 


13,190 


- 


- 


- 


12,442 


35,632 


- 


- 


- 


18,861 


10,000 


8,729 


- 


- 


- 


132 


18,861 


- 


- 


- 


20,621 


10,000 


387 


- 


- 


- 


10,234 


20,621 


- 


18 500 


- 


143,156 


60,000 


48,277 


18,500 


15,848 


- 


531 


143,156 


- 


- 


- 


215,917 


100,000 


5,360 


- 


106,070 


19 3,200 


1,287 


215,917 


6 9,840 


18 3,225 ' 




33,950 


15,000 


10,950 


- 


8,000 


- 


- 


33,950 


- 


- 


- 


150,442 


25,000 


82,893 


- 


- 


- 


42,549 


150,442 


- 


- 


- 


103,423 


50,000 


3,283 


- 


30,000 


- 


20,140 


103,423 


- 


20 78 

21100 


795 


3,200 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,200 


6 1,892 


- 


- 


7,792 


5,000 


2,144 


- 


- 


- 


648 


7,792 


6 15,000 


23 2,590 
16 20,000 

24 2,650 
25 376 

26 10,000 
2' 560 

28 8 


4,415 


56,521 


50,000 




29 3,000 


1,378 


30 2,143 




56,521 


6 1,500 


- 


- 


15,238 


10,000 


2,161 


1,650 


549 


- 


878 


15,238 


- 


- 


3,948 


37,500 


13,500 


- 


24,000 


- 


- 


- 


37,500 


- 


- 


3,250 


19,250 


16,000 


2,750 


- 


500 


- 


- 


19,250 


- 


- 


- 


3,485 


3,000 


51 


- 


- 


- 


434 


3,485 


- 


- 


- 


1,738,127 


450,000 


813,131 


- 


- 


31 15,000 


459,996 


1,738,127 


6 3,000 


32 3,351 


- 


11,469 


10,000 


1,232 


- 


- 


- 


237 


11,469 



18 Fixtures. 

19 Anticipated discount. 

20 Office furniture. 

21 Organization expenses. 

22 And tools. 



23 Secret formulae and trade secrets. 

24 Trucks. 

25 Furniture. 

26 Bonus of treasury. 

27 Inventory. 



28 Payments in advance. 

29 Mortgages payable. 

30 Accruals. 

31 Reserved for improvements. 

32 Fixtures and equipment. 



168 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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1 

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O 


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s. 

U 

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Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 
J? 


i 


actures, 
ehandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


11 






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1 

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« 


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s 


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Apponaug Company, The, 


Oct. 24, 


Sept. 8, 


June 30, 


$800,000 


8235,000 


$485,219 


$259,285 


$97,166 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Apsley Rubber Company, 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 17, 


1,000,000 


2 253,025 


3 286,867 


470,652 


327.623 


Hudson. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arancio Brothers Company, 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


37,901 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ararat Grocery Company, 


May 2, 


Mch. 21, 


Mch. 1, 


30,000 


- 


8 4,652 


19,825 


18,910 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arbecam Nautical Instru- 


Mch. 7, 


Nov. 28, 


Nov. 28, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ment Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Arcade Auto, Truck and 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


1,328 


Motor _ Boat Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge. 


















Arcade Malleable Iron Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


36,719 


7,765 


10,457 


25,906 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Archer and Company, Incor- 


May 26, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


91 


porated, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Archer Rubber Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


24,000 


75,614 


72,725 


Milford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Archibald Wheel Company, 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


239,228 


16 81,641 


272,451 


17 49,121 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Architectural Testing & In- 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


110 


295 


specting Bureau, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 
Arco Rubber Company, Bos- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Mch. 14, 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


- 


51,626 


24,482 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arctic Ice and Cold Storage 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 15, 


Nov. 30, 


260,000 


119,440 


20,713 


* 26,099 


95,099 


Company, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ariston Manufacturing Co., 


Aug. 8, 


18 May 16, 


May 1, 


25,000 


- 


8 745 


847 


2,132 


Inc., The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arkwight Mills, The, Fall 


Oct. 31, 


Oct. 27, 


Sept. 26, 


450,000 


204,265 


624,653 


249,729 


46,210 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arlington Automobile Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


3,806 


2,743 


5,195 


pany, Arlington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arlington-Belmont Ice Com- 


May 7, 


Jan. 13, 


Nov. 30, 


15,000 


14,000 


4,846 


-, 


13,704 


pany, Arlington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arlington Mills, Boston, 


Mch. 26, 
1914. 


Feb. 24, 
1914. 


Nov. 29, 
1913. 


8,000,000 


1,994,121 


3,420,000 


4,384,909 


1,839,303 


Arlington Real Estate Trust 


Aug. 5, 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 25, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Inc., Arlington. 


1914. 


' 1914. 


1914. 












Arlington Steam Laundry 


Aug. 25, 


June 11, 


May 1, 


15,000 


6,000 


12,470 


396 


1,749 


Company, Arlington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Armory Garage, Incorporated, 


May 22, 


Mch. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,500 


6,294 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Armour's Pattern Shop Co., 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 28, 


5,000 


- 


3,273 


1,228 


2,150 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arms Pocket Book and 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 28, 


42,800 


15,100 


25 19,021 


26,136 


14,856 


Leather Novelty Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Amherst. 


















Armstrong Transfer Express 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


97,383 


- 


- 


59,088 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arnold & Winsor Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


3,436 


45,671 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













' Subscription new preferred stock. 

2 And plant. 

3 And fixtures, lasts, patterns and 

equipment. 
* Patent rights, trade-marks and 

miscellaneous. 
' Life insurance equity. 
' Prepaid insurance, interest, etc. 



' Investments in other companies. 
A reduction in the above invest- 
ments and floating indebtedness 
of $53,740.00 was made after 
Jan. 17, 1914. 

8 And fixtures. 



9 Good will. 
1° Stable equipment. 

11 Oflice supplies. 

12 Insurance. 

13 Patent rights. 

1' Subscqbed for stock. 



1914. 



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169 



of Corporations — ■ Continued. 





Assets- 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


1 

.1 


i 
1 




B 

1 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


•a i 


J. 

1 
"43 a 


1 


►3 

1 


3 


« 1300,000 


5 $24,865 

6 8,182 

' 111,420 


- 


$1,076,670 
1,782,634 

37,901 


$750,000 

1 10,400 

1,000,000 

10,000 


$50,350 
99,165 

25,052 


- 


$150,000 
' 452,500 


$115,920 
230,969 


$2,849 


$1,076,670 
1,782,634 

37,901 


'6,000 
13 50,000 


10 1,080 
11253 
12 130 


~ 


50,850 
50,000 


29,000 
50,000 


10,363 






5,456 


6,031 


50,850 
50,000 


- 


- 


$2,229 


4,557 


75 
" 2,625 


1,057 


- 


800 




- 


4,557 


- 


- 


- 


80,847 


15,000 


5,919 


- 


12,000 


47,928 


- 


80,847 


- 


15 150 


1,099 


1,340 


1,340 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,340 


- 


- 


- 


172,339 


20,000 


62,351 


- 


- 


89,988 


- 


172,339 


',200,295 


- 


14,839 


857,575 


800,000 


57,575 


- 


- 


- 


- 


857,575 


9 10,800 


- 


- 


11,205 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,112 


• 


93 


11,205 


- 


- 


8,840 


84,948 


15,000 


44,948 


- 


25,000 


- 


- 


84,948 


- 


- 


227,152 


488,503 


260,000 


1,503 


$195,500 


31,500 


- 


- 


488,503 


19 25,000 


- 


- 


28,724 


25,000 


1,196 


- 


- 


- 


2,528 


28,724 


- 


- 


- 


1,124,857 


450,000 


18,812 


- 


553,633 


20 45,000 


57,412 


1,124,857 


- 


- 


- 


11,744 


5,300 


2,189 


- 


1,919 


2,034 


302 


11,744 


- 


- 


- 


32,550 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,550 


32,550 




21262,906 

22 252,114 

23 214,928 
24 50,000 




12,368,281 
50,000 


8,000,000 
50,000 


4,109,967 








258,314 


12,368,281 
50,000 


- 


- 


5,619 


26,234 


12,400 


2,284 


5,700 


5,850 


- 


- 


26,234 


- 


- 


3,338 


12,132 


5,000 


7,132 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,132 


- 


- 


- 


6,651 


5,000 


475 


- 


1,005 


171 


- 


6,651 


2« 31,072 


- 


- 


106,185 


38,800 


15,054 


24,800 


23,297 


4,234 


- 


106,185 


- 


27 119,611 


- 


276,082 


250,000 


9,140 


- 


- 


- 


16,942 


276,082 


9 5,000 


28 24,100 
29 666 


- 


78,873 


48,000 


2,930 


- 


6,908 


- 


21,035 


78,873 



15 Fumiture and fixtures. 

16 And equipment, etc. 

1' And prepaid expenses. 

1' In lieu of annual. 

19 Patent rights and copyrights. 



20 Reserve for depreciation. 

21 Machinery and construction. 

22 Advertising. 

23 Prepaid insurance and taxes. 

24 Options. 



25 And furniture and fixtures. 

26 Good will and patents. 

27 Personal property. 

28 Stock in other companies. 

29 Furniture. 



170 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 






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Assets. 






1 


1 

9? 


1 


o. 
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NAME OF CORPORA- 






Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


M 
Q^ 


TION. 


o 


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C3 


•Is 
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1 

1 


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Q 


Q 


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S 


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Arnold-Hoffmari Company, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


315,000 


_ 


_ 


$26,515 


_ 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arnold J. Booth Company, 


May 13, 


1 May 4, 


Mch. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,743 


$3,487 


Inc., Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arnold Print Works, North 


May 6, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500,000 


$1,150,000 


with R. E. 


477,722 


372,302 


Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arnold-Roberts Company, 


Jan. 31, 


Deo. 6, 


Nov. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


55,547 


72,965 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Aronson the Furrier, Incorpo- 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


7,096 


22,649 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Aroostook Farming and Lum- 


Oct. 9, 


June 1, 


May 1, 


60,000 


50,000 


$5,000 


540 


60 


ber Co., Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arrah Wanna Moccasin Com- 


Mch. 18, 


5 Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,633 


10,155 


6,393 


pany, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arrow Rubber Company, 


May 5, 


Mch. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


176,817 


64,399 


Watertown. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Art Metal Construction Com- 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 18, 


Nov. 30, 


4,000,000 


497,382 


656,251 


625,922 


1,203,117 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Art Photo Company, Spring- 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


3,226 


2,167 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Art Stone Company, The, 


June 18, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 1, 


30,000 


7,044 


8,037 


12,211 


11,609 


Montague. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arthur C. Harvey Company, 


Nov. 13, 


July 9, 


June 30, 


300,000 


- 


26,650 


298,930 


172,194 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arthur D. Little Incorpo- 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


175,000 


26,941 


- 


- 


40,490 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arthur F. Tyler Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


16,405 


7,984 


50,457 


48,565 


Athol. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arthur J. Cummiskey Motor 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


18,258 


2,932 


Car Company Inc., Low- 
ell. 
Arthur L. Johnson Co., Bos- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mch. 20, 


Mch. 17, 


Feb. 28, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


13,552 


7,050 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arthur L. Race Company, 


Feb. 19, 


16 _ 


Oct. 18, 


10,000 


- 


- 


773 


1,363 


The, Brookline. 


1914. 




1913. 












Arthur T. Cumings Inc., 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


3,117 


16,462 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Arthur Treat Company, Bos- 


May 19, 


May 11, 


May 1, 


9,000 


- 


- 


950 


17,884 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Arthur W. Pope Company, 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,000 


22,082 


16,118 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Artisan Publishing Company, 


Mch. 23, 


Jan. 20, 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 














As Novidades ' Publishing 


Sept. 17, 


Aug. 26, 


May 31, 


10,000 


- 


3,250 


- 


1,800 


Company of Fall River, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Fall River. 


















Asahel Wheeler Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


29,530 


22,070 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Asbestos Fabric Company, 


June 15, 


May 6, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


- 


1,700 


1,667 


3,460 


Limited, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Asbestos Protected Metal 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


3,900 


20 26,985 


38,439 


79,761 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ash & Nichols, Inc., Lynn, . 


Apr. 14, 
1914. 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Jan. 31, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,686 


1,391 


Ashby, Crawford Company, 


July 17, 


June 9, 


Apr. 1, 


250,000 


20,901 


18,143 


143,355 


163,116 


Marlborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Special meeting. 

2 lasurance. 

' Amortiiiation. 
* Good will. 
" Adjourned. 



° Subscriptions. 
' Patent rights. 

8 Reserve for depreciation. 

9 Subscriptions received. 



1° Good will and patents. 
" Equipment. 

12 Securities. 

13 Treasury and collateral stock. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



171 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 




i 

1 


1 

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a 
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H 
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1 

■5 a 

S 


.2 


i3 

1 


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Eh 


- 


- 


- 


S26,515 


815,000 


811,515 


- 


- 


- 


- 


826,515 


- 


- 


- 


6,230 


1,000 


4,188 


- 


- 


- 


81,042 


6,230 


- 


- 


- 


2,000,024 


1,500,000 


65,907 


$294,500 


- 


- 


139,617 


2,000,024 


- 


2 8230 


- 


128,742 


50,000 


66,134 


- 


- 


- 


12,608 


128,742 


- 


- 


- 


29,745 


10,000 


9,087 


- 


3 85,802 


- 


4,856 


29,745 


4S500 


- 


S5,557 


61,657 


45,020 


637 


7,000 


9,000 


- 


- 


61,657 


_ 


~ 


1,524 


21,705 
241,216 


9,220 

6 500 

25,000 


6,485 
191,802 


- 


5,500 
15,000 


89,414 


- 


21,705 
. 241,216 


'250,000 


~ 


~ 


3,232,672 
5,393 


2,142,800 
2,400 


507,887 
1,197 


70,000 


- 


349,155 
8 162,830 


with 
surplus 
1,796 


3,232,672 
5,393 


~ 


~ 


10,426 


49,327 
497,774 


17,200 
9 1,000 
250,000 


6,044 
165,947 


25,083 
62,918 


- 


- 


18,909 


49,327 
497,774 


10 74,925 


3,644 

11 15,462 

12 3,500 

13 35,000 




199,962 
123,411 


171,000 
25,000 


3,066 
iMlO 

22,681 




15,000 


10,486 


75,730 


199,962 
123,411 


- 


- 


- 


21,190 


10,000 


559 


- 


6,083 


- 


4,548 


21,190 


- 


15 775 


- 


21,377 


5,000 


469 


- 


6,000 


9,908 


- 


21,377 


« 15,000 


" 2,304 
18 4,080 


2,085 


10,605 
34,579 


6,600 
25,000 


4,005 
2,190 


- 


- 


7,389 


- 


10,605 
34,579 


- 


- 


- 


18,834 


9,000 


740 


- 


- 


- 


9,094 


18,834 


- 


19 500 


- 


39,700 


25,000 


6,158 


- 


802 


- 


7,740 


39,700 


* 5,000 


- 


875 


10,925 


2,925 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,925 


- 


- 


473 


52,073 


30,000 


2,483 


- 


15,485 


4,105 


- 


52,073 


- 


- 


- 


6,827 


5,000 


364 


- 


- 


1,111 


352 


6,827 


149,615 


21462 
12 24,815 
22 10,778 

23 450 


- 


334,755 


244,000 


11,680 


- 


60,916 


18,159 


- 


334,755 


- 


692 


6,219 


5,000 


1,219 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


6,219 


2« 3,000 
1 17,748 


" 


~ 


366,263 


163,000 


69,790 


9,500 


100,000 


23,973 


- 


366,263 



I'' Accrued expenses. 
i» Fixture account. 
16 None held in 1913. 
1' Payments in advance. 



18 Leasehold. 

19 Furniture and fixtures. 

20 And equipment. 

21 Payment in advance — insurance. 



22 Deferred charges. 

23 Fixtures. 

2< Trade-marks. 



172 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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anufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
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Ashby Reservoir Company, 


May 22, 


Mch. 9, 


Mch. 9, 


S3,500 


S500 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Ashby. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












AEhfield Co-operative Cream- 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


Nov. 30, 


3,500 


3,775 


S800 


S990 


18,902 


ery Association, The, Ash- 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












field. 


















Ashojrton Knitting Company, 


June 13, 


Jan. 17, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


1,963 


1,783 


1,259 


Shelburne. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ashworth Bros. Inc., Fall 


Apr. 17, 


'Apr. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


400,000 


97,583 


193,742 


126,764 


130,572 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Asselta Company, The, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


4,000 


- 


1,300 


1,372 


416 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Associate Investment Com- 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


1,233 


9,450 


pany, Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Associated Architects Print- 


Oct. 6, 


Sept. 1, 


July 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,153 


359 


3,371 


ing & Supply Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atherton-Byard Furniture 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


8 5,567 


61,824 


106,416 


Company, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atherton Furniture Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


22,000 


_ 


_ 


72,881 


140,723 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atherton Furniture Com- 


Mch. 7, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


- 


58,189 


154,291 


pany of Brockton, Brock- 
ton. 
Atherton Furniture Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Mch. 11, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


_ 


_ 


25,412 


32,642 


pany of Pittsfield, Pitts- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












field. 


















Athol Comb Company, Athol, 


Sept. 25, 
1914. 


Aug. 3, 
1914. 


July 31, 
1914. 


5,000 


4,500 


800 


2,000 


6,356 


Athol Ice Company, Athol, 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


Mch. 16, 
1914. 


Mch. 1, 
1914. 


20,000 


15,000 


1,550 


3,100 


350 


Athol Machine Company, 


July 22, 


June 24, 


June 1, 


50,000 


35,550 


11,000 


57,070 


8,389 


Athol. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atkinson Coal Company, 


May 5, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 16, 


20,000 


16,732 


500 


16,809 


60,363 


Newburyport. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Ajnusement Com- 


Oct. 5, 


3 Oct. 2, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


4,900 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Auto Company, 


Sept. 2, 


3 Aug. 7, 


July 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


839 


8,987 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Carbonic Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


10,000 


35,093 


3,840 


2,266 


Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Coal Company of 


June 13, 


May 20, 


Mch. 31, 


500,000 


247,950 


with R. E. 


35,727 


300,356 


Massachusetts, Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Coast Hardware Co., 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


30,456 


14,624 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atlantic Cotton Mills, Bos- 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 3, 


Nov. 29, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


173,966 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atlantic Decorating Com- 


Jan. 10, 


Oct. 17, 


Oct. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


5,501 


14,447 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Atlantic Decorating Com- 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 6, 


Oct. 3, 


10,000 


- 


- 


14,000 


5,934 


pany, Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Halibut Company, 


Sept. 26, 


Sept. 25, 


Aug. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


358 


24,642 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Isinglass Company, 


June 2, 


May 13, 


Apr. 30, 


30,000 


- 


561 


4,612 


1,183 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Lard Company, Bos- 


Nov. 12, 


Oct. 21, 


Sept. 26, 


5,000 


- 


59 


1,776 


6,247 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Machine Screw Com- 


Sept. 3, 


July 28, 


July 1, 


15,000 


- 


15,000 


200 


4,497 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Patrons. 

2 Subscription for stock. 
' Adjourned. 

< Investments. 

' Fixtures. 

» Real estate mortgages. 



' Good will. 
8 And fixtures, etc. 
8 Prepaid items. 

1" Reserve for depreciation (mer- 
chandise). 



11 Reserve for depreciation (ac- 

counts). 

12 Reserve for depreciation. 
1' Horse and wagon account. 

I'' Furniture and fixtures account. 
15 Autos. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



173 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABnjTIES. 


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t£i cars 


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1 






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CQ 


£ 


H 


- 


- 


S3,000 


S3,500 


§3,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,500 


- 


- 


- 


14,467 


3,500 


S499 


- 


1 86,682 


81,018 


S2,768 


14,467 


- 


- 


- 


5,005 


3,000 

2 100 


886 


- 


1,000 


- 


19 


5,005 


- 


i $9,701 


- 


558,362 


400,000 


12,810 


- 


- 


145,552 


- 


558,362 


- 


f 1,200 


- 


4,288 


4,000 


172 


- 


- 


- 


116 


4,288 


- 


6 4,040 


- 


14,723 


6,000 


6,200 


- 


- 


- 


2,523 


14,723 


' 15,399 


- 


728 


12,010 


9,175 


1,964 


- 


871 


- 


- 


12,010 


- 


9 124 


- 


173,931 


24,000 


27,594 


- 


64,100 


35,711 

10 7,889 

11 12,390 


2,247 


173,931 


- 


- 


- 


213,604 


22,000 


30,529 


- 


50,197 


54,089 
12 37,027 


19,762 


213,604 




13 300 

"150 

15 2,700 




215,630 


24,000 


37,884 






115,621 

16 26,111 

"8 


12,006 


215,630 




13 200 
" 100 




58,354 


16,000 


9,120 






17,701 

"29 
18 13,265 


2,239 


58,354 


~ 


~ 


1,869 


15,525 


5,000 


4,140 
19 340 


- 


20 6,045 


- 


- 


15,525 


- 


21 1,800 


- 


21,800 


20,000 


514 


- 


800 


- 


486 


21,800 


- 


- 


139,796 


251,805 


50,000 


2,245 


- 


199,560 


- 


- 


251,805 


- 


- 


- 


94,404 


20,000 


- 


- 


74,404 


- 


- 


94,404 


- 


- 


100 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


22 108 

23 1,255 


- 


11,189 


30 


1,346 


- 


3,970 


- 


5,843 


11,189 


7 10,000 


- 


52 


61,251 


25,000 


2,751 


S33,500 


- - 


- 


- 


61,251 


- 


24 19,775 


- 


603,808 


350,000 


205,952 


- 


15,000 


25 32,856 


- 


603,808 


- 


- 


14,628 


59,708 


35,900 

26 3,100 


20,708 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59,708 


- 


- 


830,017 


1,003,983 


1,000,000 


3,983 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,003,983 


- 


2' 1,000 


- 


20,948 


7,500 


1,159 


- 


2,500 


- 


9,789 


20,948 


- 


28 1,000 


- 


20,934 


7,500 


3,314 


- 


- 


- 


10,120 


20,934 


- 


29 1,500 

30 795 


- 


27,295 


10,000 


14,465 


- 


- 


- 


2,830 


27,295 


- 


31883 
32 21,000 


1,761 


30,000 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,000 


- 


- 


2,862 


10,944 


5,000 


5,944 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,944 


- 


- 


- 


19,697 


15,000 


1,300 


- 


- 


- 


3,397 


19,697 



1' Accounts receivable reserve. 
1' Suspense. 

18 Accounts and merchandise re- 

serve. 

19 Labor. 

20 Borrowed money. 



21 Horses. 

22 Equipment. 

23 Cars on hand. 
2* Securities. 

25 Operating. 

26 Subscriptions for stock. 



27 Office furniture. 

28 Furniture. 

29 Corporation stock. 

30 Furniture and fixtures. 

31 Tools and appliances. 

32 Treasury stock. 



174 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






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■-§03 


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1 


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1 


anufacture 
Merchand 
Material, 
Stock in P 
ess. 






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Atlantic Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 7, 


SIO.OOO 




S500 


S300 




pany, Peabody. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Monthly Company, 


July 6, 


May 18, 


Apr. 30, 


100,000 


- 


- 


11,962 


$41,746 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Motor and Supply 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


1,200 


1,800 


_ 


Company (Inc.), Somer- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












ville. 


















Atlantic Park Company, Bos- 


June 18, 


6 May 26, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


$19,620 


2,000 


_ 


11,477 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 




' 54,661 








Atlantic Printmg Company, 


July 15, 


June 3, 


Apr. 30, 


30,000 


- 


33,733 


3,212 


35,970 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Rope and Line Com- 


May 29, 


"Apr. 30, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,945 


4,039 


3,379 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atlantic Rubber Company, 


May 20, 


"Feb. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


14,564 


12,887 


11,417 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 










"800 


Atlantic Wet Wash Laundry 


Sept. 4, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


300 




Company, Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlantic Works, Boston, 


Feb. 10, 
1914. 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


400,000 


266,000 


233,765 


44,799 


79,453 


Atlantis Press, The, Cam- 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


11,092 


9,426 


11,141 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atlas Box Company, Boston, 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


10.000 


- 


3,000 


4,600 


4,858 


Atlas Brass Foundry, Inc., 


July 8, 


13 June 27, 


Mch. 1, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


725 


6,081 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlas Chemical Company, 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


7,000 


2,000 


3,140 


51,125 


The, Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlas Glue and Gelatine Com- 


May 2, 


8 Apr. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


21,289 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atlas Mills, The, Boston, . 


Jan. 23, 
1914. 


Jan. 9, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


1,000 


- 


- 


13,281 


9,910 


Atlas Shoe Company, Boston, 


July 3, 
1914. 


June 15, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


20,000 


- 


- 


261,103 


280,381 


Attleboro Automobile Com- 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


22 1,000 


23 1,677 


605 


4,048 


pany, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Attleboro Drug Company, 


Jan. 23, 


Feb. 4, 


Nov. 1, 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


3,000 


_ 


The, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Attleboro Press Company, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


3,477 


1,310 


1,854 


The, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atwood & Bacon Co., Boston, 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Jan. 21, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


2,000 


- 


- 


25 1,980 


342 


Atwood & Payne Company, 


Sept. 11, 


July 7, 


July 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


1,183 


11,033 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atwood Bog Company, 


Mch. 13, 


Feb. 3, 


Feb. 3, 


40,000 


50,000 


1,500 


_ 


2,904 


Brookline. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Atwood Paper Company, 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


_ 


_ 


15,046 


11,446 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Atwood Preserving Company, 


May 27, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,200 


500 


_ 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Atwood-Reed Company, 


June 11, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


20 


_ 


1,664 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1913, 


1913. 












Aube Smoke Consumer Com- 


Sept. 17, 


Aug. 5, 


June 30, 


50,000 


_ 


150 


_ 


3,698 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Auburn Last Company, 


Mch. 27, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


28,800 


29,109 


23,202 


7,199 


Frainingham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Auditorium Amusement Com- 


Apr. 29, 


8 Apr. 17, 


Mch. 28, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


5,218 


2,220 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Auditorium Company, The, 


Sept. 28, 


July 6, 


June 10, 


50,000 


48,900 


1,000 


- 


2,628 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aug. S. Spiegel Company, 


Nov. 16, 


Sept. 16, 


June 30, 


10,000 


24,600 


6,389 


3,081 


1,868 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Note to Treasurer, no outside in- 

debtedness. 

3 Good will. 

* Investments. 



s Subscriptions. 

" In lieu of annual. 

' Buildings on leased land. 

8 Good will, lease, etc. 

' Furniture and fixtures. 



w Suspense receivable. 

11 Accrued indebtedness. 

12 And notes discounted. 

13 Adjourned. 

1* Other credits. 



1914.1 



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175 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Riglvts, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


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1 S9,000 


- 


- 


$9,800 


«9,390 


2 $400 


- 


- 


- 


$10 


$9,800 


3 50,000 


4 168,636 


- 


172,344 
3,000 


65,000 
1,300 


4,927 

5 34,592 

1,700 


: 


: 


$67,825 


- 


172,344 
3,000 


8 118,980 

3 3,600 

1 1,300 
3 1,000 
15 50 
3 5,500 
3 4,900 


9 12,500 

9 1,829 
w 1,436 


$1,927 
1,928 


221,165 

79,780 

13,591 

45,218 

5,200 


100,000 
30,000 
10,000 
25,000 
5,000 


21,165 

6,638 

11591 

791 

16 5,248 

200 


$100,000 


with accts. 

payable 

12 119,245 

2,800 


1E,939 


7,367 
14,970 


221,165 

79,780 

13,591 

45,218 

5,200 




17 20,000 

18 2,000 

19 20,625 




666,642 
31,659 


400,000 
15,000 


11,255 
20 10,000 

2,258 


13,000 


40,000 


21 50,000 
939 


155,387 
462 


666,642 
31,659 


- 


- 


- 


12,458 


6,400 




- 


4,750 


1,308 


- 


12,458 


- 


- 


194 


7,000 


7,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,000 


- 


- 


- 


63,265 


10,000 


561 


- 


- 


- 


52,704 


63,265 


1 1,850 
15 1,750 


- 


3,245 


28,134 
23,191 


21,000 
1,000 


2,569 
15,718 


4,565 


_ 


6,473 


_ 


28,134 
23,191 


- 


- 


- 


541,484 


20,000 


521,484 


- 


- 


- 


- 


541,484 


- 


- 


- 


7,330 


3,000 


1,651 


1,202 


- 


198 


1,279 


7,330 


- 


- 


- 


3.000 


3.000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


- 


2^359 


- 


7,000 


5,000 


295 


- 


- 


638 


1,067 


7,000 


3 1,000 


- 


1,289 


4,611 


2,000 


2,611 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,611 


3 2,500 


26 2,000 


- 


16,716 


7,500 


2,587 


- 


6,300 


- 


329 


16,716 


- 


- 


- 


54,404 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,404 


54,404 


- 


27 1,035 


- 


27,527 


10,000 


9,048 


- 


2,200 


3,159 


3,120 


27,527 


- 


- 


- 


1,700 


1,000 


700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,700 


- 


- 


5,704 


7,388 


5,900 


1,488 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,388 


1 26,000 


- 


3,392 


33,240 


29,000 


1,830 


- 


2,410 


- 


- 


33,240 


3 20,000 


- 


- 


108,310 


80,425 


1,424 


18,578 


6,318 


- 


1,565 


108,310 


3 7,000 


- 


- 


14,438 


10,000 


2,019 


- 


- 


2,419 


- 


14,438 


=19,000 


- 


1,225 


72,753 


50,000 


7,753 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


72,753 


3 2,000 


28 2,335 


- 


40,273 


10,000 


8,270 


21,000 


- 


- 


1,003 


40,273 



15 Trade-marks. 

16 And other debits. 

17 Patterns and drawings. 

18 Horses and vehicles. 

19 East Boston Dry Dock Co. stock. 



20 Dividend. 

21 Reserve for depreciation. 

22 Building on leased land. 

23 And tools. 
2'' Fixtures. 



23 And fixtures. 

26 Steamer "Quoddy." 

27 Fixtures, teams, etc. 

28 Auto trucks, teams and 1 



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[1914. 



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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


3 
Id 


Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


ll 
o 


August Morand Company, 


June 26, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


$5,000 






8359 


82,146 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












August W. Dodge, Incorpo- 


Mch. 27, 


2 Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3S694 


2,190 


2,801 


rated, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Austin Dog Bread & Animal 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


17,287 


3,986 


Food Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Austin H. Perry Co., Haver- 


July 18, 


June 11, 


May 31, 


75,000 


- 


18,701 


44,747 


52,314 


hill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Austral Window Company of 


July 8, 


2 Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


196 


New England, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Auto Adjunct Company, 


May 21, 


Jan. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


599 


- 


507 


Melrose. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Auto Renting Company, 


May 23, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,000 


2,600 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Auto Sales Co., Boston, 


July 30, 
1914. 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


Mch. 19, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,150 


1,786 


Auto Time Saver Repair Kit 


Oct. 26, 


7 _ 


June 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


543 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Auto Wind Shield Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


821,219 


7,258 


7,009 


22,156 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Autocraft Company, The, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


_ 


9 1,629 


7,086 


887 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Autogenous Welding Equip- 


Sept. 23, 


Aug. 20, 


May 31, 


15,000 


- 


10 13,699 


2,790 


13,854 


ment Company, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Automatic Accounting Com- 


Aug. 1, 


Mch. 17, 


Feb. 28, 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Automatic Air Brake Com- 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


12 3,889 


- 


753 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Automatic Appliance Com- 


June 20, 


7 _ 


Dec. 31, 


450,000 


- 


15 99,479 


47,367 


11,661 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Automatic Brake Company, 


May 20, 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 1, 


30,000 


_ 


_ 


188 


- 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1912. 


1914. 












Automatic Electric Train and 


July 13, 


May 16, 


May 1, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


Station Annunciator Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












pany, The, Woburn. 


















Automatic Fire Arms Com- 


Feb. 10, 


19 - 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Automatic Gaslighting Equip- 


Dec. 23, 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 1, 


500,000 


_ 


5,202 


8,522 


4,708 


ment Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Automatic Individual Butter 


June 8, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9 


Cutter Company, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Automatic Metal Turning 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,261 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Automatic Sprmkler Com- 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,233 


6,126 


pany of Massachusetts, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston. 


















Automatic Sweeper and 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


500 


- 


Broom Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Automatic Ticket Selling and 


Oct. 29, 


25 Oct. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cash Register Company of 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












New England, The, Boston. 


















Automobile Legal Association, 


Aug. 5, 


May 4, 


Apr. 30, 


1,500 


- 


- 


26 2,900 


2,303 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Auxiliary Fire Alarm Com- 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


5,444 


1,605 


pany of Boston, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Averell & Thayer Co., Brock- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












May 22, 


Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


4,350 


1,148 


3,900 


3,625 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Avery & Lowry Company, 


Aug. 25, 


Aug. 3, 


June 30, 


300,000 


- 


- 


109,489 


153,193 


Boston. . 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Good will. 

2 Should have been held. 
' And tools and fixtures. 
* Undivided profits. 

' Patent rights and contracts. 



' Fixtures and tools. 
' Noneheldinl914. 
8 Patent rights. 
And tools. 
1" And equipment. 



11 Treasury stock. 

12 And equipment and fixtures. 
12 Trustee for treasury. 

'■I Subscriptions received on stock. 
15 And plant. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


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Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


1 


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^ 
^ 


1 84,800 


- 


S2,123 


89,428 


85,000 


?1,903 


S2,525 


- 


- 


- 


$9,428 


- 


- 


- 


5,685 


300 


1,980 


- 


- 


- 


83,405 


5,685 


- 


- 


- 


21,273 


10,000 


4,342 


- 


■ - 


« .56,931 


- 


21,273 


- 


- 


- 


115,762 


75,000 


40,762 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115,762 


1915 


- 


- 


1,111 


1,000 


111 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,111 


5 48,000 


6 §820 


2,224 


52,150 


50,000 


500 


- 


.51,650 


- 


- 


52,150 


- 


- 


2,600 


8,200 


5,000 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,200 


- 


- 


- 


2,936 


1,000 


800 


- 


- 


- 


1,136 


2,936 


s 12,500 
1 12,500 
8 12,780 


: 


20,313 


25,543 
90,735 


25,000 
2,000 


78,735 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


543 


25,543 
90.735 


8 46,000 


- 


2,335 


57,937 


57,000 


737 


- 


200 


- 


- 


57,937 


- 


- 


- 


30,343 


15,000 


13,324 


- 


- 


2,019 


■ - 


30,343 


8 15,000 


11 354,200 


30,800 


400,000 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


400,000 


8 300,433 
16 271,646 


13 166,775 
1' 3,714 


11,721 


471,850 
445,588 


15 

" 299,985 

325,500 


1,555 
120,088 


- 


- 


- 


170,295 


471,850 
445,588 


8 30,000 


- 


157 


30 345 


30,000 


345 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,345 


8 100,000 


18 100 


6 


100,106 


100,000 


106 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,106 


8 326.500 
1 85,000 

8 60,000 


50 68 

21 5,750 

22 6,900 


13,300 
3,004 


13,300 
445,654 

60,009 


13,100 

"200 

441,900 

23 1,500 

60,000 


2,254 


- 




9 


- 


13,300 
445,654 

60,009 


- 


- 


10,000 


13,261 


10,000 


3,261 


- 




- 


- 


13.261 


2^ 3,000 


- 


- 


11,359 


5,000 


5,658 


- 


- 


408 


293 


11,359 


8 30 000 
1 19,500 


- 


300 


50,000 
300 


30,000 
300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


50,000 
300 


- 


- 


- 


5,203 


1,500 


2,342 


- 


- 


1,361 


- 


5 203 


- 


- 


- 


7,049 


5,000 


1,510 


- 


- 


- 


539 


7,049 


1 4,000 


- 


- 


17,023 


8,000 


5,023 


- 


4,000 


- 


- 


17,023 


- 


- 


- 


262,682 


125,700 


6,819 


- 


85,000 


- 


45,163 


262,682 



1'' Patent rights and development. 
1' Deferred charges to operations. 
18 Model. 

1' None held since organization. 
20 Furniture. 



21 Stock in other corporation. 

22 Stock in this corporation. 

23 Subscription on treasury stock. 
2^ Trade-marks. 



2= Corporation in process of liquida- 
tion. 

26 And office furniture and station- 
ery. 



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Avery & Woodbury Co., Mil- 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


$50,000 




$7,105 


$40,071 


$12,644 


ford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Avery Furniture Company, 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


27,729 


29,121 


Framingham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Avon Sole Company, Brock- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


$1,234 


5,410 


38,666 


28,246 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Ayer Mills, Boston, 


Sept. 28, 
1914. 


Aug. 19, 
1914. 


June 30, 
1914. 


1,000,000 


2,467,711 


1,832,159 


1,288,926 


179,733 


Ayer Tanning Company, Bos- 


July 2, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


300,000 


131,000 


with R. E. 


299,173 


250,593 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. A. Corbin & Son Company, 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


47,200 


20,000 


104,757 


200,366 


Webster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. & A. D. Fessenden Co., 


Oct. 21, 


Oct. 5, 


July 31, 


200,000 


211,929 


75,445 


189,535 


58,936 


Townsend. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. & B. Bed Company, Bos- 


July 6, 


15 May 20, 


May 1, 


6,250 


- 


1,200 


4,280 


3,451 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. & R. Rubber Company, 


July 24, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


840,000 


61,464 


16 201,394 


185,438 


87,474 


The, North Brookfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. B. Freight and Express 


Dec. 23, 


Nov. 19, 


Nov. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


4,157 


6,248 


Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












B. D. Eisendrath Tanning 


May 25, 


May 13, 


Apr. 1, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


118,033 


- 


Corporation, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. D. Rising Paper Company, 


Sept. 2, 


July 29, 


July 3, 


700,000 


512,000 


297,045 


318,705 


116,970 


Great Barrington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. F. Arnold Co., Worcester, 


July 16, 
1914. 


16 Mch. 3, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


25,000 


- 


23 3,000 


23,335 


14,890 


B. F. Keith Theatre Com- 


July 28, 


24 _ 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


- 


11.751 


pany of Boston, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












B. F. Keith's Lowell Theatre 


July 28, 


24 _ 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


- 


3,822 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












B. F. Marsh Company, 


May 1, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


125 


2,835 


12,612 


17,184 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. F. Perkins and Son, Incor- 


July 13, 


June 29, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


91,900 


56,507 


26,295 


36,808 


porated. Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. F. Smith and Company, 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


6,000 


7,738 


4,544 


13,579 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. F. Smith Construction 


May 25, 


May 19, 


Dec 31, 


300,000 


44,217 


2' 40,456 


30,574 


129,272 


Company, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. F. Sturtevant Company, 


Dec. 20, 


Sept. 10, 


June 30, 


2,500,000 


400,628 


174,835 


1,019,510 


1,168.764 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












B. Feinberg Sons Company, 


Mch 13, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


1,353 


1,760 


11,117 


38,411 


Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. Fleigel Company, Chelsea, 


May 4, 
1914. 


Feb. 10, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


25,000 


- 


- 


50 


145 


B. G. Luther Company, 


Dec. 3, 


Oct. 16, 


Sept. 13, 


20,000 


_ 


13,268 


6,451 


5,762 


Worcester (for 1913). 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












B. G. Luther Company, 


Nov. 13, 


Nov. 3, 


Oct. 1, 


20,000 


- 


13,268 


7,445 


4,657 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. Greenwald Company, Bos- 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


4,813 


28,128 


38,353 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. J. Baker & Company, Inc., 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 2, 


100,000 


19,131 


- 


6,500 


3,074 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. J. Short Company, Boston, 


Mch. 18, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


5,000 ! 


- 


150 


1,850 


1,136 


B. M. Jones and Company, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


125,000 


_ 


234 


53,790 


124,026 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B. R. Claflin, Inc., North- 


June 16, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


2,500 


250 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


! 










B. R. Yerxa Co., Boston, 


Apr. 29, 


24 _ 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 1 


_ 


23 535 


504 


465 




1914. 




1913. 


! 











1 Good will. 

2 Fixtures. 

' Patent rights. 
* Trade-marks. 
' Equipment. 
' Moulds. 



' Formula;. 

' Prepaid items. 

' Accrued items. 
1" Construction notes. 
11 Reserve. 



12 Investments. 

13 Depreciation. 

'•I Unexpired expenses. 

16 Adjourned. 

16 And installation. 



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Assets - 


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Liabilities. 


111 


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1 $2,000 


- 


S174 


S61,994 


$50,000 


14,649 


- 


$7,345 


- 


- 


$61,994 


- 


2 33,933 


- 


60,783 


11,000 


6,827 


- 


26,800 


$10,000 


$6,156 


60,783 


s 24,000 
«500 


5 3,888 

6 6,859 
'3,500 
8 1,260 


- 


113,563 

5,768,529 
680,766 


45,750 

1,000,000 
300,000 


27,270 
1,504,731 


- 


30,744 

i» 3,000,000 
380,766 


9,536 
9 263 

262,057 
11 1,741 


- 


113,563 

5,768,529 
680,766 


- 


12 202,000 


- 


574,323 


250,000 


58,630 


- 


240,000 


13 6,198 


19,495 


574,323 


- 


" 5,002 


- 


540,847 


200,000 


51,151 


- 


97,066 


192,630 


- 


540,847 


- 


- 


- 


8,931 


5,500 


2,681 


- 


- 


- 


750 


8,931 


'619 
1 175,000 


" 2,980 
18 15,834 


1,060 


731,263 1 
10,405 


556,200 
5,000 


44,987 
1,697 


~ 


119,000 
1,155 


19 11,076 
2,553 


~ 


731,263 
10,405 


- 


- 


- 


118,033 


5,000 


113,033 


- 


- 


- 


- 


118,033 


- 


2» 2,096 
21246 


- 


1,247,062 
41,225 


700,000 
25,000 


28,243 
9,390 


$245,000 


123,000 


100,819 
22 50,000 


6,835 


1,247,062 
41,225 


2« 20,000 


26 27,000 


- 


58,751 


50,000 


1,683 


- 


- 


- 


7,068 


58,751 


26 4,800 


- 


- 


8,622 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,622 


8,622 


- 


- 


- 


32,756 


15,000 


15,731 


- 


- 


2,025 


- 


32,756 


- 


- 


- 


211,510 


100,000 


40,466 


4,000 


3,000 


64,044 


- 


211,510 


» 1,500 
1 1,500 


28 53,135 

2 1,000 

23,004 

29 212,011 

31 2,377 


1,461 

223,621 

65,644 


36.322 

522,275 

3,064,396 

55,018 


30,000 

251,700 

2,500,000 

15,900 


6,322 
145,431 
264,396 

6,807 


- 


125,144 
100,000 
31,307 


SD 200,000 


1,004 


36,322 

522,275 

3,064,396 

55,018 


3 23,500 


- 


1,380 


25,075 


25,000 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,075 


- 


- 


1,968 


27,449 


20,000 


2,449 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


27,449 


- 


- 


1,897 


27,267 


20,000 


2,267 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


27,267 


- 


- 


23,548 


94,842 


45,000 


49,842 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94,842 


- 


- 


70,545 


99,250 


50,000 


- 


- 


49,250 


- 


- 


99,250 


1 3,570 


- 


- 


6,706 


5,000 


1,706 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,706 


- 


- 


- 


178,050 


125,000 


7,676 


- 


- 


45,374 


- 


178,050 


- 


- 


250 


3,000 


2,500 


325 


- 


- 


- 


175 


3,000 


1400 


- 


43 


1,947 


1,000 


947 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,947 



1' Office furniture. 
18 Prepaid charges. 
!• Reserves. 
2* Insurance prepaid. 
21 Interest prepaid. 



22 Reserve for depreciation. 

23 And fixtures. 

2< None held in 1914. 

26 Good will, etc. 

26 Furniture and fixtures. 



2' And tools. 

28 Stocks and bonds. 

29 Securities. 

30 Guaranty account. 

31 Horses and teams. 



180 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 




actures, 
chandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 












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B. S. Hatch Company, New- 


May 27, 


Apr. 14 


Mch. 31, 


$25,000 


S18,808 


$1,300 


SI 1,099 


337,563 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












B. S. Snow Company, Boston, 


Nov. 9, 
1914. 


July 15 
1914. 


July 1, 
1914. 


80,000 


- 


- 


17,523 


35,660 


B. W. Neal, Inc., Brookline, 


Mch. 6, 
1914. 


Feb. 1 
1914. 


Jan. 31, 
1914. 


20,000 


- 


900 


2,030 


30,434 


Babcoek-Davis Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 13 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3,136 


2,736 


7,471 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Babeoek Varnish Company, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 10 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


6 2,900 


13,536 


31,277 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Babson-Dow Manufacturing 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 28 


Dec. 31, 


450,000 


- 


86,245 


10,853 


16,954 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Babson's Statistical Organiza- 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


- 


4,113 


14,669 


tion, Incorporated, Wellesley. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Back Bay Electrotype Com- 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 21 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


18,609 


4,789 


8,459 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Back Bay Ticket Office, Inc., 


Oct. 16, 


Oct. 1 


July 15, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,706 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bacon-Farnum Company, 


May 28, 


May 11 


Mch. 1, 


15,000 


- 


15 2,050 


15,385 


6,131 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bacon Felt Company, Win- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


2,700 


3,872 


9,699 


chester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Badger Fire Extinguisher 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 16 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,660 


34.385 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baer's Inc., Chelsea, . 


July 17, 
1914. 


Apr. 7 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


10,000 


- 


~ 


2,741 


"" 


Bailey & Blendinger Manufac- 


May IS, 


May 2 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


10,068 


14,662 


17,126 


turing Company, Woburn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bailey Embroidery Goods 


May 1, 


May 1 


Apr. 30, 


6,000 


- 


- 


16 6,000 


990 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914 


1914. 


1914. 












Bain Brothers Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


80,179 


100,433 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baird and Bartlett Company, 


May 9, 


Apr. 9 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


14,036 


102,547 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baker, Boies & Watson Com- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 23 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


300 


240 


1,078 


14,354 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker Box Company, Worces- 


Feb. 5, 


19 Feb. 3 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


3,850 


5,000 


27,039 


17,073 


ter. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker-Burgess Company, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 13 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


335 


3,123 


1,897 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker Foundry and Machine 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 25 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


8,503 


14,953 


- 


10,181 


Company, Amesbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker Leald Manufacturing 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 12 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


- 


12,294 


6,177 


24,896 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker Lumber Comftany, 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 25 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


40,495 


45,099 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Baker Motor Sales Company, 


Nov. 16, 


Oct. 15 


Oct. 15, 


5,000 


- 


2,000 


430 


1,633 


Milford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baker Rubber Cement Co., 


Mch. 17, 


Mch. 9 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,0.00 


1,966 


21,261 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baker Tarbett Co., Boston, . 


Aug. 6, 
1914. 


Apr. 6 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


15,000 


- 


22 1,499 


171 


8,300 


Baker Yacht Basin, Inc., 


Dec. 10, 


Oct. 28 


Sept. 1, 


50,000 


46,302 


11,532 


4,420 


4,985 


Quincy. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Balderston & Co., Incorpo- 


June 3, 


May 12 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


147 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baldwin Chain and Manufac- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 25 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


51,471 


99,146 


115,404 


51,224 


turing Company, Worces- 
ter. 
Baldwin Garment Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Feb. 6, 


Feb. 3 


Jan. 3, 


75,000 


_ 


23 12,389 


62,160 


14,001 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Horses, etc. 

2 Good will. 

' Furniture and fixtures. 
< Teams, tools, etc. 
'And tools and fixtures. 



' Patent rights. 
* Prepaid charges. 
" Reserve for depreciation. 
1" Trade-marks. 



11 Library in New York. 

12 Accruing debt. 

13 Depreciation machinery. 

1* Depreciation accounts receivable. 
15 And fixtures. 



1914. 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


M ■ 

ill 
1- 


3 
S 


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1 


53 


B 

CQ 



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a 

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3 ^ 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


m 

3 

& 

3 


i 

C3 

2 

Pi 


1 




1 $3,700 


- 


$72,470 


$25,000 


$28,472 


$18,750 


- 


S248 


- 


$72,470 


■2 15,000 


3 5,615 


- 


63,798 


21,000 


40,632 


- 


- 


- 


$2,166 


63,798 


- 


* 1,601 


$941 


35,906 


20,000 


15,906 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35,906 


- 


- 


- 


13,343 


6,300 


1,374 


- 


$1,800 


3,869 


- 


13,343 


'225,112 
1° 5,000 


3 896 

8 702 

11 3,000 


25,569 


47,713 

366,331 

26,782 


30,000 

350,000 

20,000 


3,501 
3,998 


- 


7,713 
7,638 


5,000 
6 5,000 
3 5,192 


2,784 


47,713 
366,331 

26,782 


_ 


3500 


7,044 


31,857 
9,250 


12,000 
7,500 


1,628 

. 12 303 

1,750 


_ 


8,750 


13 8,030 
"548 


598 


31,857 
9,250 


- 


- 


3,465 


27,031 


15,000 


7,081 


- 


16 4,950 


- 


- 


27,031 


- 


- 


- 


16,271 


10,100 


562 


- 


- 


5,609 


- 


16,271 


2 2,000 


500 


450 


41,995 


6,000 


34,495 


- 


2,500 


- 


- 


41,995 


2 5,000 


17 1,000 


- 


8,741 


6,100 


847 


- 


759 


- 


1,035 


8,741 


- 


- 


- 


41,856 


20,000 


3,702 


- 


14,591 


- 


3,563 


41,856 


- 


- 


- 


6,990 


6,000 


865 


- 


- 


- 


125 


6,990 


- 


'8 4,000 


- 


184,612 


100,000 


2,754 


- 


67,000 


- 


14,858 


184,612 


2,10,000 
2^23,100 


- 


- 


126,583 


45,000 


73,008 


- 


- 


5,012 


3,563 


126,583 


- 


- 


39,072 


25,100 


1,920 


- 


8,554 


- 


3,498 


39,072 


- 


- 


- 


52,962 


25,000 


483 


- 


18,490 


8,989 


- 


52,962 


20 400 
25,000 
' 3,906 


21 3,000 


" 


13,755 
37,543 


10,000 
20,000 


6 
14,681 


- 


- 


: 


3,749 
2,862 


13,755 
37,543 


- 


- 


- 


43,367 


35,000 


8,367 


- 


-. 


- 


- 


43,367 


- 


- 


- 


85,594 


25,000 


- 


- 


54,084 


- 


6,510 


85,594 


2 1,000 


- 


92 


5,155 


5,000 


155 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,155 


- 


- 


- 


24,227 


12,000 


7,478 


- 


- 


4,749 


- 


24,227 


2 2,859 


- 


- 


12,829 


10,000 


1,385 


- 


665 


- 


779 


12,829 


- 


- 


68,026 


135,265 


35,000 


3,358 


30,000 


66,907 


- 


- 


135,265 


2 15,000 


- 


- 


15,147 


15,000 


59 


- 


- 


- 


88 


15,147 


- 


- 


- 


317,245 


133,200 


57,046 


10,000 


50,777 


55,355 


10,867 


317,245 


' 10,000 


- 


- 


98,550 


75,000 


8,754 


- 


10,000 


4,796 


- 


98,550 



w Notes to manufacturers. 

" Fixtures. 

18 Auto truck, teams and fixtures. 

1' Adjourned. 

20 Trade-marks and copyrights. 



21 Equitable interest in 60 shares of 
stock of this company held by 
J. A. Burgess as trustee for this 
company. 



22 And equipment. 

23 And construction. 



182 



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[1914. 



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TION. 


1 
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Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
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IS 


^ 


Balfour Company, The, Attle- 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


S£0,000 




$1,000 






borough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913 












Ball Joint Umbrella Co., Bos- 


Oct. 24, 


July 11, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ballantine Breweries Com- 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 21, 


Sept. 30, 


40,000 


- 


1 9,941 


87,772 


89,262 


pany, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Ballard Vale Mills Company, 


Mch. 19, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 5, 


225.000 


867,735 


37,265 


88,728 


78,422 


Andover. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ballardvale Springs Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Nov. 11, 


Oct. 31, 


150,000 


27,452 


4,794 


7,400 


4,472 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Ba'lou Manufacturing Com- 


Aug. 18, 


Aug. 15, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


6,046 


9.941 


30,535 


pany Incorporated, Attle- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












borough. 


















Bancroft Hote Company, 


July 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec, 31, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


18,152 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bancroft Realty Company, 


June 18, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


700,000 


1,058,972 


_ 


_ 


45,761 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bangs and Ramsey Express 


Mch. 20, 


Mch. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


5.000 


- 


- 


- 


985 


Co., Winthrop. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Banigan Rubber Company, 


June 4, 


Apr. 7, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


10,892 


117,625 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bankers' Electric Protective 


May 1, 


Apr. 22, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


4,996 


13,636 


Association, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bankers Lock Inspection 


Apr. 24, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


875 


71 


827 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bankers' Service Company, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


200 


325 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Banner Publishing Company, 


Oct. 16, 


July 14, 


July 14, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


89 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barber Leather Company, 


July 6, 


Apr. 9, 


Apr. 1, 


150,000 


61,331 


8,000 


106,782 


79,325 


North Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. . 












Barbour Stoekwell Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


54,243 


60,567 


71,121 


98,363 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Barclay, Brown & Bird, In- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


845 


15,162 


corporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Barker and Company, Incor- 


June 26, 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


- 


18 1,050 


- 


111,622 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barker-Bond Lumber Com- 


Aug. 17, 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,597 


82,899 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barker Limiber Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 2, 


20,000 


21 9,957 


- 


17,060 


12,915 


The, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barlow Coal Company, Fall 


Oct. 31, 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 3, 


10,000 


1,000 


- 


7,936 


36,724 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barlow Company, The, Hol- 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


9,500 


34,524 


15,397 


yoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bamaby Manufacturing Com- 


Aug. 29, 


July 27, 


June 27, 


408,700 


678,671 


with R. E. 


210,171 


60,938 


pany, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnard Brothers Company, 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 22, 


Feb. 1, 


7,000 


- 


- 


18,912 


4,367 


Woreaster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnard Company, The, Bos- 


June 27, 


June 25, 


May 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnard Manufacturing Com- 


Oct. 28, 


Oct. 22, 


Sept. 26, 


500,000 


1,100,000 


with R. E. 


227,975 


95,318 


pany, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnard, Sumner & Putnam 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 1, 


240,000 


- 


30,416 


225,040 


189,923 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnes Pope Electric Com- 


June 30, 


May 26, 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,875 


12,246 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnett and Goodman Incor- 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500 


- 


300 


853 


1,770 


porated, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Barnett Drop Forging Com- 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


11,700 


31,324 


26,947 


8,127 


pany, Easthampton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 And fixtures, etc. 

2 License. 

' Good will. 
■• Reserve. 
6 Stock. 



8 Furniture. 
' Betterments. 
8 Pre-opening expense. 
' Reserves. 
1" Auto truck. 



11 Horses, wagons, pungs, harnesses, 

etc. 

12 Furniture and fixtures. 

13 Patent rights. 

I'' Plant and equipment. 



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11,000 


- 


S1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$1,000 


- 


- 


$5,000 


5,000 


$5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


2 S3,467 


- 


30,442 


5,000 


18,442 


- 


S7,000 


- 


- 


30,442 


- 


- 


- 


272,150 


225,000 


3,000 


- 


31,650 


- 


$12,500 


272,150 


3 150,000 


- 


- 


94,118 


85,925 


2,997 


- 


2,250 


4 $939 


2,007 


94,118 


- 


5 500 


- 


47,022 


4,250 


9,922 


- 


22,814 


- 


10,036 


47,022 


3 350,000 


6 220,050 

7 8,037 

8 24,576 


23,282 


294,097 
1,454,733 


121,500 
694,000 


85,334 
46,618 


$608,500 


87,263 
100,000 


3 4,575 


1,040 


294,097 
1,454,733 


: 


10 2,400 

11 2,215 

12 827 


1,711 


7,311 
129,344 


5,000 
25,000 


705 
104,268 


~ 


1,606 


: 


76 


7,311 
129,344 


13 5,000 
3 26,746 
3 6,250 


" 3,000 


_ 


53,378 
7,023 


50,000 
7,000 


739 

1 


- 


- 


: 


2,639 
22 


53,378 
7,023 


- 


15 300 
IS 20,000 


725 


20,825 
814 


10,000 
675 


139 


: 


1,500 


- 


9,325 


20,825 
814 


- 


V 11,812 


7,374 


274,624 


150,000 


4,771 


108,250 


11,603 


- 


- 


274,624 


- 


- 


- 


284,294 


100,000 


58,971 


29,000 


61,239 


35,084 


- 


284,294 


- 


- 


- 


16,007 


15,000 


423 


- 


- 


- 


584 


16,007 


- 


- 


- 


112,672 


40,000 


11,603 


- 


41,639 


19 19,430 


- 


112,672 


- 


so 1,400 


- 


85,896 


29,000 


27,258 


23,344 


- 


6,294 


- 


85,896 


- 


22 500 


- 


40,432 


20,000 


5,038 




15,394 


- 


- 


40,432 


- 


~ 


_ 


45,660 
59,421 


10,000 
25,000 


30,852 
5,502 


23 12,287 


with accts. 
payable 
7,600 


_ 


4,808 
9,032 


45,660 
59,421 


- 


- 


11,313 


961,093 


408,700 


8,493 




543,900 


- 


- 


961,093 


- 


2^ 1,527 


- 


24,806 


7,000 


6,092 


- 


11,565 


- 


149 


24,806 


- 


- 


26,277 


26,277 


5,000 


- 


- 


21,277 


- 


-■ 


26,277 


_' 


- 


~ 


1,423,293 
445,379 


500,000 
240,000 


714,324 
169,623 


_ 


with accts. 
payable 


25 60,922 


148,047 
35,756 


1,423,293 
445,379 


- 


- 


- 


15,121 


10,000 


4,955 


- 


- 


166 


- 


15,121 


- 


- 


431 


3,354 


1,500 


700 


- 


1,154 


- 


- 


3,354 


- 


- 


48,289 


126,387 


36,400 


14,622 


26 11,900 


63,465 


- 


- 


126,387 



16 OflSce furniture. 
16 Copyrights. 
1' Securities. 
18 And tools, etc. 



19 And undivided profit. 

20 Timber. 

21 Balance account. 

22 Teams. 



23 Bonds. 

2^ Tools and fixtures. 

25 Depreciation. 

26 Mortgage. 



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Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



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Barney and Berry, Incorpo- 


Nov. 2, 


lAug. 14, 


Apr. 1, 


$75,000 


$65,500 


$31,200 


$42,600 


$65,386 


rated, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baron von Palm Studio, Inc., 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3 500 


767 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Barrett Corporation, The, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


45,000 


- 


- 


1,603 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Barrington Pharmacy, Inc., 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,670 


379 


Great Barrington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barris-Kenyon Company, 


Mch. 12, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


31,231 


10,837 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barristers Law Firm Incorpo- 


Oct. 19, 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


114 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barron, Anderson Company, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 17, 


Nov. 30, 


60,000 


.. 


_ 


88,164 


115,573 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Barrows-Stewart Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,533 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Barrowsville Bleachery, Nor- 


June 2, 


Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


85,000 


105,000 


6,009 


14,231 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bart Manufacturing Com- 


May 12, 


Apr. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,922 


5,364 


4,425 


pany, The, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bartlett Box & Lumber Co., 


Feb. 12, 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 1, 


15,000 


- 


9,000 


18,996 


28,666 


Westborough. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bartlett-Hooper Company, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 12, 


Dec. 12, 


11,000 


- 


500 


10,672 


5,713 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bartlett-Howland Company, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


72,885 


77,314 


139,891 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baseball Magazine Company, 


June 5, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


2,130 


7,998 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baseball Publishing Co., Bos- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


11,801 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bass Point Company, Na- 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 1, 


5o;ooo 


66,218 


- 


1,454 


18,048 


hant. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bassett Cranberry Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


3,179 


- 


- 


- 


Norwood. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bates and Robinson Machine 


Feb. 3, 


iJan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


145' 


444 


Company, Lowell. 


1914. 


. 1914. 


1913. 












Bates Brothers Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


20,000 


10,000 


74,929 


84,365 


Athol. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bates C. Litch Construction 


June 26, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


75 


985 


Company, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bates Piano Company, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 25, 


Nov. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


7,302 


4,981 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bates Theatre Company, At- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 15, 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


2,571 


tleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bath Grinder Co., Fitchburg, 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


Aug. 11, 
1913. 


June 30, 
1913. 


250,000 


"" 


19 70,174 


28,021 


19,678 


Battery Wharf Store Com- 


Nov. 5, 


Oct. 7, 


Sept. 30, 


307,500 


478,315 


- 


- 


20 113,399 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baush Machine Tool Com- 


Apr. 21, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


1,750,000 


140,533 


19 236,707 


81,187 


92,924 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Baxter-Duckworth Company, 


Oct. 30, 


July 13, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


16,353 


2,448 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Baxter Side Car Company, 


June 4, 


25 _ 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


3,325 


8,644 


1,155 


Cambridge. 


1914. 




1913. 












Bay Farm Company, The, 


Oct. 14, 


June 27, 


May 31, 


100,000 


30,500 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay Fish Company, Boston, 


Feb. 19, 
1914. 


Jan. 16, 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


6,000 




26 30 


340 


23,154 



1 Adjourned. 

2 Patent rights. 

' And stock fixtures. 

< Good will. 

' Eighteen shares B.C. stock. 



" Real estate mortgages in Mass. 
' Personal property mortgages. 



9 Credits on accounts payable. 



1" Estimated profit on Canadian con- 
tract. 
" Securities. 

12 Teams. 

13 Stock U.S.M. Co. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



185 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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- 


- 


$205,686 


$75,000 


$23,200 


- 


$30,000 


- 


$77,486 


$205,686 


4 4,000 


- 


S441 


5,708 


5,000 


708 


- 


- 


- 


* 


5,708 


- 


5 $950 


17,152 


64,705 


45,000 


1,705 


$18,000 


- 


- 


- 


64,705 


- 


- 


- 


6,049 


5,000 


594 


- 


- 


- 


455 


6,049 


- 


- 


- 


42,068 


15,000 


1,056 


- 


15,000 


$7,550 


3,462 


42,068 




5 1,837 

7 518 

8 280 


459 


3,208 
203,737 


530 
60,000 


71,648 




2,678 
61,289 




10,800 


3,208 
203,737 


21 

* 5,733 


9 1,588 

10 75,000 

11 8,700 


8,853 


99,675 
215,973 


100,000 


99,675 
29,343 




86,630 






99,675 
215,973 


^ 8,324 


- 


- 


20,035 


20,000 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,035 


- 


12 1,300 


- 


57,962 


15,000 


11,083 


- 


11,378 


- 


20,501 


57,962 


4 918 


- 


- 


17,803 


11,000 


6,803 




- 


- 


- 


17,803 


i 20,000 


13 3,990 




314,080 


147,600 


78,622 


~ 


85,000 


- 


2,858 


314,080 


4 86,440 
4 35,981 


15 879 
16 4,002 


- 


96,568 
52,663 
85,720 


48,230 

14 38,210 

42,620 

50,000 


6,381 
3,596 
10,508 


600 
10,000 


9,170 


3,147 


6,447 
6,042 


96,568 
52,663 
85,720 


- 


- 


1,135 


4,314 


2,500 


337 


- 


1,477 


- 


- 


4,314 


2 17,000 


- 


5,511 


23,100 


23,100 




- 


- 


- 


- 


23,100 


- 


- 


- 


189,294 


75,000 


15,554 


- 


95,627 


3,113 


- 


189,294 


4 8 049 


17 200 


- 


10,309 


10,000 


30 


- 


- 


- 


279 


10,309 


18 10,000 
4 4,783 
4 2,500 


~ 


2,903 


29,969 
5,071 


25,000 
2,500 


622 


- 


1,444 


2,571 


2,903 


29,969 
5,071 


2 125,855 


- 


59,398 


303,126 


227,500 


49,204 


- 


26,422 


- 


- 


303,126 


- 


- 


- 


591,714 


307,500 


- 


140,000 


- 


- 


144,214 


591,714 


2 788 
4 1,520,750 


216,318 
22 6,974 
23 25,085 




2,111,266 
18,801 


1,750,000 
30 


8,553 
24 5,109 

18,409 




172,201 


175,403 


362 


2,111,266 
18,801 


2 10,200 
4 10,000 
4 50,000 




11,772 


45,096 


40,000 


2,601 


- 


2,495 


- 


- 


45,096 


- 


304 


80,804 


80,500 


304 


- 


- 


- 


- 


80,804 


~ 


~ 


3,516 


27,040 


6,000 


21,040 


- 


- 




- 


27,040 



14 Subscription to increased capital 

stock. 

15 Furniture and fixtures. 

w Expense accounts and advanced 
on contracts. 



1' Auto. 

18 Trade-marks. 

1' And equipment. 

2" And stocks and bonds. 

21 Small hand tools. 



22 Expenses paid in advance. 

23 Gear development. 



25 None held in 1914. 

26 And fixtures. 



186 



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Abstract of Ceetificates of Condition 











"S 


Assets. 




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Manufactu 
Merchan 
Material, 
Stock in 
ess. 


"Si 




Bay Road Fruit Company, 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 9 


Jan. 1, 


$50,000 


$16,000 


Sl,500 


_ 


$1,018 


Amherst. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Ag^icy, Inc., Bos- 


July 11, 


2 June 23 


Mch. 24, 


10,000 


- 


- 


$19 


702 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Associates, Inc., 


Aug. 26, 


May 12 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,056 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Automobile Com- 


Aug. 8, 


Apr. 6 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


pany, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Battery Company, 


June 15, 


Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


868 


2,764 


1,936 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bay State Belting Company, 


Dec. 19, 


Dec. 10 


Nov. 30, 


80,000 


34,439 


5,035 


196,803 


98,003 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bay State Brick Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Feb. 20 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Calendar Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 24 


Deo. 31, 


5,000 


- 


3,437 


2,308 


32,253 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Candy Box Com- 


Apr. 29, 


Feb. 2 


Jan. 1, 


14,000 


21,000 


7,000 


10,338 


18,847 


pany, Chelsea. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Chemical Com- 


June 9, 


May 12 


Apr. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


399 


9,708 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Cleaning Company, 


July 29, 


May 11 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,968 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Cloth Steaming 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 5 


Dec. 1, 


3,000 


- 


1,000 


6 300 


2,088 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Coal Company, 


Sept. 2, 


May 11 


May 11, 


15,000 


- 


6,500 


11,578 


34,664 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Construction and 


Nov. 6, 


Oct. 7 


July 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


55,997 


Supply Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Cotton Corpora- 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 25 


Dec. 31, 


1,500,000 


7 1,652,005 


with R. E. 


710,394 


26,194 


tion, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Cranberry Com- 


May 26, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 29, 


200,000 


12,419 


- 


- 


128 


pany of Cape Cod, Car- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












ver. 
Bay State Crucible Co., Taun- 


June 23, 


May 21 


May 1, 


50,000 


11,246 


14,320 


40,596 


7,722 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Diamond Com- 


May 13, 


Apr. 10 


Apr. 1, 


1,500,000 


50,000 


167 


- 


3 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Dredging Co. Ltd., 


May 22, 


Feb. 23 


Jan. 31, 


80,000 


24,000 


12 6,898 


- 


41,489 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Drug Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 3 


Feb. 28, 


20,000 


- 


- 


13,393 


401 


Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Elevator Company, 


July 17, 


June 15 


May 31, 


25,000 


- 


11,876 


6,607 


8,063 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Fishing Company, 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 17 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,927 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Freezer Inc., Bos- 


Sept. 11, 


Apr. 28 


Apr. 1, 


250,000 


11,348 


2,329' 


- 


236 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Fruit Auction Com- 


Sept. 17, 


Aug. 22 


Aug. 15, 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Fuel Co., Cam- 


May 19, 


Apr. 22 


Mch. 31, 


125,000 


58,756 


9,095 


38,458 


103,186 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Ginseng Company, 


July 20, 


Mch. 3 


Mch. 1, 


1,500 


750 


- 


- 


- 


The, Athol. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Grinder Company, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


2,300 


- 


1,400 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bay State Handle Company, 


Apr. 7, 


26- 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Bay State Hardware Com- 


Apr. 21, 


Mch. 12 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


46,160 


15,825 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Hosiery Company, 


Nov. 2, 


Aug. 3 


Aug. 3, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,282 


78 


Inc., Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Stockholders' credits. 

2 Adjourned. 

■I Office furniture. 
< Good will. 



5 And horse, wagon and office furni- 
ture. 
" Tools and furniture. 
' And invastments, etc. 
8 Unexpired insurance. 



' Wages and interest accrued. 
i» Tools. 

11 Organization. 

12 And supplies. 

13 Prepaid insurance and salaries. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



187 



of Corporatiotis — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 




3 
g 

1 


Profit and Loss. 


3 
o 


1 

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1 

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a 


1 
a 

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i 

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3 
o 


- 


3 $50 


$21,453 
397 


$39,971 
1,168 


$31,800 

15,171 

600 


$568 


- 


$3,000 


- 


- 


$39,971 
1,168 


- 


- 


- 


4,056 


2,500 


877 


- 


- 


~ 


$679 


4,056 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


3,877 


9,445 


2,600 


6,845 


- 




- 


- 


9,445 


- 


- 


- 


334,280 


80,000 


140,903 


$75,000 


- 


$19,031 


19,346 


334,280 


* $300,000 


- 


- 


300,000 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300,000 


i 5,000 


- 


18,095 


61,093 


5,000 


24,124 


31,486 


483 


- 


- 


61,093 


- 


- 


- 


57,185 


14,000 


10,616 




- 


- 


32,569 


57,185 


4 15,000 


- 


- 


25,107 


15,000 


2,950 




1,500 


- 


5,657 


25,107 


- 


- 


- 


6,968 


2,610 


177 


- 


- 


- 


4,181 


6,968 


< 1,500 


- 


- 


4,888 


3,000 


206 


- 


- 


- 


1,682 


4,888 


- 


- 


- 


52,742 


15,000 


20,774 


- 


8,600 


- 


8,368 


52,742 


- 


6 450 


- 


56,447 


25,000 


16,320 


- 


- 


15,127 


- 


56,447 


4 195,000 


8 3,719 

10 67 


6,107 


2,392,312 
213,721 


1,212,100 
200,000 


395,402 

9 3,170 

456 


13,000 


673,391 
265 


108,249 


with 
surplus 


2,392,312 
213,721 


- 


- 


21,843 


95,727 


50,000 


452 


- 


45,275 


- 


- 


95,727 


^1,449,930 


"22,003 


123 


1,522,226 


1,500,000 


3,744 


- 


18,482 


- 


- 


1,522,226 


« 4,000 


13 1,121 
"53,965 


26,986 


154,459 
17,794 


80,000 
12,700 


27,390 
725 


- 


3,000 
3,600 


10,565 

16 33,504 

769 


- 


154,459 
17,794 


- 


- 


- 


26,546 


14,480 


8,236 


- 


- 


3,830 


- 


26,546 


4 276,509 


16 300,000 


- 


583,436 


500,000 


8,676 


- 


50,000 


- 


24,760 


583,436 


1' 35,000 


18 62,800 


25,600 


137,313 
300 


125,005 

"2,580 

300 


9,728 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


137,313 
300 


- 


2» 27,665 


- 


237,160 


125,000 


642 


30,000 


36,000 


21 45,518 


- 


237,160 


2< 5,000 
4 4,500 


22 400 

23 150 


1,360 

5,500 

100,000 


2,660 
18,700 
100,000 


1,500 

15,000 

100,000 


200 
3,700 


- 


960 


- 


- 


2,660 

18,700 

100,000 


- 


- 


- 


61,985 


25,000 


22,093 


- 


- 


- 


14,892 


61,985 


4 1,000 


- 


- 


3,360 


3,250 


110 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,360 



" Dredges, tugs, scows, water boats 

and lighters. 
15 Reserve fund. 
1' Boats and equipment. 
1' Good will and fishing rights. 



18 Treasury stock held for erection of 

plant. 
15 Subscription received on stock. 
2° Horses, wagons, trucks, etc. 
21 Reserve. 



22 Equipment. 

23 Roots and seeds. 
2'' Patent rights. 

25 None held in 1914. 



188 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 





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anufactures. 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


S 

1« 


• 


^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


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^ 


o 


Bay State House, Proprietors' 


May 26, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


$86,800 


$146,000 


_ 


_ 


$5,808 


of the, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Incorporatmg Com- 


2 Jan. 16, 


3 _ 


Aug. 11, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


125 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Bay State Incorporating Com- 


Nov. 10, 


4 _ 


Aug. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Bay State Lamp Company, 


Dec. 18, 


Oct. 10, 


Sept. 1. 


5,000 


- 


- 


$2,071 


5,524 


Danvers. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bay State Laundry Company, 


June 22, 


June 1, 


May 2, 


10,000 


- 


5 $2,400 


88 


988 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Lumber Company, 


May 16, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


16,650 


3,721 


26,730 


12,532 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Manufacturing 


Apr. 6, 


Feb. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


69,000 


- 


25 


300 


225 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Oil Company, Bos- 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Packing Company, 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 3, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


5,307 


4,688 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Paper Company, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


59,327 


61,028 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Publishing Com- 


May 11, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


175 


650 


150 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Realty Co., Boston, 


Apr. 2, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


7,500 


Bay State Rubber Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


306 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Storage & Ware- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


325,000 


- 


20,154 


12 171,208 


65,711 


house Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Tap and Die Com- 


Aug. 26, 


July 25, 


June 30, 


22,000 


21,100 


15,786 


46,760 


22,287 


pany, Mansfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Thread Works, 


June 6, 


16 Mch. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


90,000 


60,476 


34,483 


122,666 


35,693 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bay State Tool Handle Com- 


Sept. 23, 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


2,000 


1,500 


550 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Transportation 


Aug. 8, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


31,125 


- 


3,743 


Company, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Tray Company, 


Sept. 17, 


Aug. 10, 


Aug. 10, 


25,000 


800 


200 


1,500 


552 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay State Wholesale Com- 


June 11, 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 27, 


25,000 


- 


- 


■ - 


5,704 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay View Cranberry Com- 


June 15, 


June 10, 


June 1, 


9,000 


3,200 


- 


- 


217 


pany, Wareham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bay View Quarry Company, 


May 2, 


Apr. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


18,000 


8,500 


400 


1,614 


Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beach Soap Company, Law- 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


124,422 


with R. E. 


80,782 


35,307 


rence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beacon Adjustment Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


1,540 


2,350 


1,101 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beacon Construction Com- 


Apr. 13, 


Feb. 10, 


Feb. 1, 


50,000 


50,000 


50 


- 


500 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beacon Fails Rubber Shoe 


July 9, 


June 24, 


June 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


88,861 


Company of Boston, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Beacon Hill Corporation, 


May 21, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,273 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beacon Ice Cream Company, 


Dec. 19, 


Oct. 15, 


Oct. 15, 


5,000 


- 


125 


425 


613 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Beacon Incorporated, The, 


Dec. 31, 


3 _ 


Oct. 31, 


600,000 


- 


- 


21.630 


729 


Cambridge. 


1913. 




1913. 













1 Reserved for depreciation. 

2 This certificate corrects certificate 

filed Oct. 30, 1913. 
» None held in 1913. 
< Noncheldin]914. 



^ And horses and wagons. 

' Mortgage. 

' Good will. 

' Subscriptions. 

« Appliances and fixtures. 



1° Copyrights. 

11 Bonds General Rubber Co. 

12 And horses, wagons and auto- 

mobiles. 

13 Fixtures. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



189 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABttlTIES. 


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3 
■3, 

3 
CO 


►3 


i 


- 


I $20,000 


- 


8171,808 


$86,800 


$2,500 


- 


$500 


- 


$82,008 


$171,808 


- 


- 


$5,000 


5,125 


5,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


25 


5,125 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,595 


5,000 


1,817 


- 


- 


$778 


- 


7,595 


- 


- 


7,294 


10,770 


8,550 


972 


6 $1,000 


248 


- 


- 


10,770 


- 


- 


- 


59,633 


4,100 


9,399 


- 


15,400 


29,281 


1,453 


59,633 


' S62,910 


- 


2,300 
200 


65,760 
200 


60,000 

3 5,560 

200 


200 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


65,760 
200 


- 


- 


2,279 


13,274 


10,000 


3,274 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,274 


- 


9 7,487 


- 


127,842 


75,000 


25,547 


5,000 


- 


- 


22,295 


127,842 


- 


10 281 


5,173 


6,429 


5,000 


1,429 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,429 


- 


- 


5,000 


13,500 


5,000 


8,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,500 


. 


11 4,800 


- 


5,106 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


106 


5,106 




13 4,641 

" 4,492 

15 90,000 




356,206 
105,933 


325,000 
22,000 


9,056 
9,946 




17,619 
19,100 


4,531 


54,887 


356,206 
105,933 


- 


- 


15,748 


269,066 


86,300 


18,833 


150,433 


13,500 


- 




269,066 


7 1,900 


- 


2,375 


8,325 


6,000 


1,325 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,325 


_ 


- 


22,374 


34,868 
25,426 


20,000 
25,000 


13,832 
426 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


_ 


1,036 


34,868 
25,426 


- 


- 


- 


5,704 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


1,304 


- 


5,704 


- 


I'lO 


5,573 


9,000 


9,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,000 


- 


- 


33,430 


61,944 


30,000 


3,043 


- 


28,901 


- 


- 


61,944 


7 8,000 


18 8,073 

" 6,253 

i«638 




255,475 
12,991 


130,000 
10,000 


20,024 
248 




42,000 


2» 2,815 


60,636 
2,743 


255,475 
12,991 


'20,000 


21 19,950 


4,400 


94,900 


50,000 


2,400 


41,000 


1,500 


- 


- 


94,900 


- 


22 5,869 


- 


94,730 


50,000 


44,730 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94,730 


- 


- 


254 


1,527 


1,273 


- 


- 


- 


- 


254 


1,527 


- 


"500 

23 200 

24 500 

25 300,000 
26 18,132 
13 10,000 


35,498 


1,863 
386,489 


115 

360,600 


107 
16,864 


- 


3,025 


1,641 
20 6,000 


- 


1,863 
386,489 



1^ Insurance. 
15 Leases. 
18 Adjoiimed. 
1' Securities. 
18 Teams. 



15 Advanced expense. 



21 Treasury stock. 

22 Furniture and fixtures. 



23 Tools. 

2* Capital stock in treasury. 

25 Leasehold value. 

25 Suspense. 



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Beacon Manufacturing Com- 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 19, 


Nov. 30, 


$800,000 


$529,048 


with R. E. 


$275,346 


$529,127 


pany, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beacon Mining Company, 


July 21, 


Apr. 12, 


Apr. 1, 


44,000 


* 8,500 


- 


- 


6 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1909. 


1914. 












Beacon Mortgage & Realty 


Sept. 12, 


5 Aug. 15, 


June 10, 


100,000 


55,304 


- 


- 


11,733 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beacon Park Boat Co., Web- 


Mch. 28, 


12 Mch. 21, 


Nov. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


200 


ster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beacon Rubber Company, 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


$1,200 


1,430 


1,683 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beacon Theatre, Inc., Bos- 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


500 


- 


3,838 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beaconsfleld Pharmacy, Inc., 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31. 


8,000 


- 


15 1,000 


2,700 


1,500 


Brookline. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beal Nurses' Home and Reg- 


Mch. 19, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


16 20,622 


7.362 


istry, Incorporated, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Beaman-Marvell Company, 


June 4, 


May 1, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


6,150 


9,000 


8,350 


9,161 


Leverett. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bear Creek Oil Company, 


May 6, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


250,000 


- 


1,635 


5,863 


309 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bear River Paper Company, 


Mch. 3, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31. 


220,000 


- 


22,196 


- 


74,423 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beattie Zinc Works Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


10,000 


750 


- 


1,821 


7.429 


Reading. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beatty Construction Com- 


July 30, 


May 4, 


Apr. 30, 


6,000 


725 


21 5,028 


- 


9,934 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beaudxy & Company, Incor- 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


14,014 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beauvais Water Heater Com- 


Mch. 27, 


Jan. 2, 


Jan. 2, 


200,000 


- 


10,300 


3,139 


- 


pany, The, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beaver Construction Co. Inc., 


June 16, 


Jan. 13, 


Deo. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


The, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Becker's Business College, 


Oct. 20, 


July 27, 


July 27, 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,072 


2,154 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bedell Company of Massa- 


June 20, 


24- 


Feb. 8, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


chusetts, "The, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Bedell Incorporated, New 


June 5, 


Sept. 7, 


Feb. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Bedford. 


1914. 


1912. 


1914. 












Bedford Cooperative Corpo- 


July 14, 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 9, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,013 


8 


ration, Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bedord Safety Razor Com- 


Mch. 27, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


2,000 


750 


4,740 


pany, Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beebe- Webber Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


135,372 


with R. E. 


78,280 


58,359 


The, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beekman 'Tourist Company, 


Apr. 27, 


5 Apr. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


600 


7,787 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beggs & Cobb Incorporated, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


850,000 


- 


- 


22,579 


1,542,843 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beggs & Cobb Tanning Com- 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


60,000 


with R. E. 


950,964 


11,806 


pany, Winchester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












B danger Spinning Process 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 2, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belcher and Taylor Agricul- 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 17, 


Nov. 30, 


50,000 


4,000 


12,722 


79,034 


31,448 


tural Tool Company, Chic- 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












opee. 
Belchertown Co-operative 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 1, 


3,000 


2,000 


1,000 


2,501 


2,442 


Creamery Association, Bel- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












chertown. 


















Beiisle Printing and Publish- 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31. 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


- 


12,006 


7,304 


6.474 


ing Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 













1 Insurance and sundries. 

2 Depreciation and guarantee. 
' Reserve for taxes. 

* Mine lease. 
' Adjourned. 
» Good will. 



' Constructions. 
8 Investment. 
» Development expense. 
1" Accrued interest and taxes. 

11 Reserve account. 

12 Date of postponement. 



1' Lease wharf, etc. 
i< Stock in Colonial Theatre Com- 
pany. 
16 And fixtures and equipment. 
1" And furniture and fixtures. 



1914. 



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Assets - 


-Con. 






LUBILITIES. 










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- 


1 88,730 


- 


$1,342,251 


$650,000 


$54,854 


- 


$295,000 


2 $150,000 
3 15,000 


$177,397 


$1,342,251 


- 


- 


S37,305 


45,811 


42,950 


111 


- 


2,750 


- 


45,811 


6 $25,000 

6 100 


7 3,642 
8 12,750 
9 1,890 

13 100 


160 


110,319 
560 


67,000 
500 


18,094 
10953 

60 




7,300 


4,222 
11 12,750 




110,319 
560 


6 7,000 


- 


3,976 


15,289 


14,000 


1,039 


- 


250 




- 


15,289 


- 


W200 


44,162 


48,700 


48,700 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


48,700 


6 6,000 


- 


- 


- 11,200 


8,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,200 


11,200 


8 3,000 


- 


- 


30,984 


15,000 


4,667 


- 


10,000 


1,317 


- 


30,984 


- 


" 5,000 


- 


37,661 


25,000 


6,302 


- 


6,000 


- 


359 


37,661 


- 


- 


230,268 


238,075 


238,075 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


238,075 


: 


18 183 




96,802 
10,000 


80,000 

19 11,300 

10,000 


502 


: 


5,000 


_ 




96,802 
10,000 


- 


21 7,600 


1,355 


24,642 


6,000 


4,617 


- 


14,025 


- 


- 


24,642 


22 3.500 


23 800 


- 


18,314 


10,000 


4,064 


- 


- 


4,250 


- 


18,314 


52 71,000 


- 


2,461 


86,900 


86,900 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


86,900 




- 


6,916 


6,916 


3,659 


3,257 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,916 


6 5,500 


- 


1,426 


13,152 


7,500 


5,652 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,152 




- 


300 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


22 64,700 


25 10 

27 102,200 


43,409 


1,031 
217,799 


370 

26 510 

200,000 


17,799 


- 


_ 


151 


~ 


1,031 
217,799 


22 10,162 


: 


27,487 
864 


309,660 
9,251 


100,000 
5,000 


62,067 

28 37,593 

4,251 


$50,000 ■ 


60,000 


_ 


_ 


309,660 
9,251 


•- 


29 212,341 


- 


1,777,763 


850,000 


336,759 


- 


417,000 


174,004 


- 


1,777,763 


- 


- 


- 


1,022,770 


100,000 


872,770 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


1,022,770 


22 10,523 


- 


- 


10,523 


10,000 


504 


- 


- 


- 


19 


10,523 


- 


- 


- 


127,204 


50,000 


8,613 


- 


- 


68,591 


- 


127,204 


- 


- 


- 


7,943 


3,000 


2,584 


- 


- 


2,359 


- 


7,943 


- 


- 


- 


25,784 


8,900 


2,542 


- 


10,787 


3,555 


- 


25,784 



17 Equity in standing timber on land 

owned by other parties. 

18 Expenses. 

1' Capital stock subscription. 
2" And buildings. 



21 Rolling stock. 

22 Patent rights. 

23 Patterns. 

24 None held since organization. 
26 Securities. 



26 Subscription received on stock. 

27 Stock held by treasurer for bene- 

fit of Company. 

28 H. J. Beebe. 

29 Investments. 



192 



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[1914. 



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Bell Bayers & Woodberry 


May 1, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


110,000 


_ 


_ 


$400 


$375 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bell Brothers Company, 


July 15, 


May 7, 


Apr. 30, 


25,000 


- 


$217 


60,633 


81,721 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bell Hardware Company, 


June 5, 


May 4, 


Mch. 1, 


2,000 


- 


- 


7,254 


1,243 


Stoneham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belle Bryce Gemmel Com- 


.June 15, 


June 9, 


Feb. 28, 


2,000 


- 


- 


3,607 


3,725 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belle Vue Mills, Clinton, . 


Aug. 29, 
1914. 


July 18, 
1914. 


June 30, 
1914. 


15,000 


$700 


9,350 


87,682 


4,305 


Belle Waist Company, The, 


Mch. 31, 


4 Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


12,600 


- 


8,540 


18,855 


19,839 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bellefontaine Brothers Com- 


Jan. 17, 


Oct. 15, 


Oct. 15, 


12,000 


_ 


- 


4,028 


8,702 


pany, Lowell. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bellingham Woolen Company, 


Sept. 2, 


July 21, 


June 30, 


95,000 


30,000 


40,476 


38,130 


12,965 


The, Bellingham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bellows Falls Electric Com- 


July 22, 


Mch. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


5 259,126 


with R. E. 


- 


3,119 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bellows Falls Power Com- 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


_ 


- 


- 


18,975 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Belmont Amusement Com- 


Sept. 12, 


July 1, 


June 30, 


2,000 


- 


650 


- 


142 


pany, Bourne. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belmont Baking Company, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 30, 


Nov. 1, 


3,000 


_ 


- 


1,120 


552 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Belmont Laundry, Inc., 


Apr. 7, 


Mch. 1, 


Feb. 28, 


12,000 


13,500 


3,000 


800 


971 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belmont Spring Water Com- 


May 11, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 4, 


20,000 


12,000 


3,975 


4,070 


3,054 


pany, The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Belvidere Woollen Manufac- 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 31, 


200,000 


57,998 


30,000 


72,389 


1,022 


turing Company, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bemis & Call Hardware and 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


26,400 


52,200 


30,000 


58,928 


24,013 


Tool Company, Spring- 
field. 
Bemis Rubber Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












June 8, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 19, 


125,000 


28,730 


27,710 


4,967 


10,439 


Watertown. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Ben Levy Co., Boston, 


June 27, 
1914. 


May 27, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


- 


42,650 


64,546 


Bender Shoe Company, Lynn, 


Feb. 28, 
1914. 


Jan. 6, 
1914. 


Dec. 16, 
1913. 


6,000 


- 


11 1,277 


4,803 


5,577 


Benjamin Fox, Incorporated, 


Apr. 6, 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


6,500 


596 


- 


97,400 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Benjamin Goldstein, Incorpo- 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


3,310 


26,925 


rated, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Benj. N. Moore & Sons Com- 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


150,000 


33,160 


46,453 


205,199 


126,082 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bennett Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


150,000 


8,928 


7,317 


130 


2,760 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bennett's Inc., Cambridge, . 


Nov. 5, 
1914. 


June 15, 
1914. 


June 15, 
1914. 


15,000 


- 


- 


12,500 


2,000 


Bennington Company, The, 


May 1, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


730 


276 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Benoit Blanehard Company, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 3, 


Nov. 3, 


10,000 


- 


6,318 


33,272 


1,394 


Maiden. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Benoit-Bourassa Company, 


Deo. 1, 


Nov. 3, 


Nov. 3, 


20,000 


- 


2,848 


22,740 


193 


New Bedford. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Benoit Clothing Company, 


Dec. 8, 


Nov. 3, 


Nov. 3, 


8,000 


- 


2,181 


17,136 


565 


Lawrence. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bent and Bush Company, 


Jan. 22, 


■< Jan. 5, 


Oct. 31, 


12,000 


_ 


- 


3,015 


2,020 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Benz Kid Company, Lynn, 


Apr. 14, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


100,000 


4,200 


33,923 


273,211 


189,852 


Berger Manufacturing Com- 


Oct. 29, 


Aug. 3, 


July 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


45,900 


62,900 


pany of Massachusetts, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












The, Boston. 



















* Good will. 

^ Prepaid items. 

' Fixtures. 

* Adjourned. 



'• And water power leases. 
" Depreciation and reserve 

counts. 
' Securities owned. 



8 Suspense account. 

9 Bonds. 

1" Ovens, tools, horses, wagons, fix- 
tures, etc. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 193 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 










jIABILITIES. 








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edness. 


J. 

-a 

a 

•■s a 

C3T3 
O O 

E 


s 

3 


-a 
a 

o 




1 $1,200 


- 


S10,199 


$12,174 


S9,900 


$474 


- 


$1,800 


- 


- 


$12,174 


- 


2 $343 


- 


142,914 


10,000 


65,863 


- 


20,000 


$47,051 


- 


142,914 


1 1,000 


- 


- 


9,497 


2,000 


1,850 


$600 


- 


- 


$5,047 


9,497 


- 


3 168 


- 


7,500 


2,000 


4,105 


- 


- 


- 


1,395 


7,500 


- 


- 


- 


102,037 


15,000 


45,184 


10,000 


- 




31,853 


102,037 


- 


- 


- 


47,234 


12,600 


6,501 


- 


6,000 


- 


22,133 


47,234 


- 


- 


- 


12,730 


12,000 


239 


- 


- 


- 


491 


12,730 


- 


- 


1,715 


123,286 


95,000 


28,286 


- 


- 


- 


- 


123,286 


- 


~ 


- 


262,245 


250,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,528 

6 5,717 

1,543 


- 


262,245 


- 


' 1,392,835 
8 7,081 


- 


1,418,891 


800,000 


22,348 


9 550,000 


45,000 


- 


1,418,891 


- 


2,170 


2,962 


2,000 


962 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,962 


- 


10 6,503 


- 


8,175 


3,000 


3,144 


- 


- 


- 


2,031 


8,175 


14,000 


- 


981 


23,252 


12,000 


1,235 


8,350 


1,667 


- 


- 


23,252 


- 


- 


- 


23,099 


20,000 


- 


- 


1,300 


- 


1,799 


23,099 


- 


- 


146,920 


308,329 


200,000 


108,329 


- 


- 


- 


- 


308,329 


- 


- 


- 


165,141 


26,400 


16,060 


- 


- 


.122,681 


- 


165,141 


1 35,000 


- 


4,719 


111,565 


75,000 


11,241 


7,500 


17,824 


- 


- 


111,565 


- 


3 1,005 


- 


108,201 


25,000 


52,702 


- 


- 


30,499 


- 


108,201 


12 2,000 


13 2,397 


- 


16,054 


6,000 


4,856 


- 


- 


402 


4,796 


16,054 


- 


- 


- 


104,496 


25,000 


15,913 


6,476 


10,000 


15,575 


31,532 


104,496 


- 


3 350 


537 


31,122 


30,000 


655 


467 


- 


- 


- 


31,122 


_ 


15 140,000 


_ 


410,894 
159,135 


150,000 
150,000 


11,429 
275 


: 


195,527 
3,500- 


40,000 
" 10,000 


3,938 
5,360 


410,894 
159,135 


16 400 

1' 7,000 

18 19,600 


~ 


5,100 
33 


27,000 
20,639 


15,000 
20,000 


12,000 
639 


: 


: 


- 


- 


27,000 
20,639 


- 


- 


1,388 


42,372 


10,000 


5,230 


- 


27,142 


- 


- 


42,372 


- 


- 


- 


25,781 


10,000 


- 


- 


11,450 


- 


4,331 


25,781 


- 


- 


2,099 


21,981 


8,000 


5,124 


- 


8,857 


- 


- 


21,981 


19 6,000 


3 433 
20 500 


3,545 


15,513 


12,000 


2,520 


- 


993 


- 


- 


15,513 


- 


- 


- 


501,186 


100,000 


276,215 


- 


- 


124,971 


- 


501,186 




3 2,400 




111,200 


10,000 


99,500 


" 


" 


" 


1,700 


111,200 



11 And fixtures. 

12 Patent rights. 

13 Lasts and patterns. 
1* Depreciation. 



16 Process value. 
16 Trade-marks. 
1' Good will and fixtures. 



18 Good will, territorial rights, etc. 

19 Good will and name. 

20 Dies and tools. 



194 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 





1 






c3 




Assets. 






o 


.s 
1 


a 

a 
s 


lorized C a p i 
ock. 










NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 




a 


ufactures, 
erchandise, 
aterial, and 
ock in Proc- 

3. 






^aiB 


03 


1 


■gM 


1 


1 


c3§Sm a 


i« 




^ 


Q 


Q 


■< 


f§ 


§ 


§ 


Q 


Berkeley-Tremont Company, 


Sept. 23, 


1 _ 


Apr. 30, 


110,000 




2 $4,800 


_ 


$135 


Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Berkshire Block Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


$60,000 


_ 


_ 


301 


Great Barrington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Berkshire Canning Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Mch. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


_ 


- 


- 


1,764 


Lee. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Cotton Manufac- 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 10, 


Sept. 30, 


2,500,000 


600,000 


1,400,000 


$685,850 


894,321 


turing Company, Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Electric Company, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


- 


i 1,712 


9,756 


9,525 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Berkshire Glass Sand Com- 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


16,700 


13,000 


2,600 


3,433 


2,420 


pany, Cheshire. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Hills Co-operative 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


2,500 


1,000 


850 


176 


2,152 


Creamery Association, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Monterey. 


















Berkshire Hills Paper Com- 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


350,000 


192,321 


86,958 


148,621 


41,609 


pany, Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Leather Company, 


May 6, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 15, 


12,000 


3,450 


- 


7,770 


4,820 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Berkshire Machine Com- 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,055 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Berkshire Manufacturing 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 5, 


90,000 


_ 


6,087 


40,419 


49,444 


Company of Pittsfield, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Pittsfield. 


















Berkshire Mill Supply Com- 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


_ 


31,363 


18,247 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Berkshire Paper Company, 


Apr. 13, 


16 _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield. 


1914. 
















Berkshire Real Estate Com- 


Nov. 30, 


Nov. 27, 


July 6, 


10,000 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Great Barrington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Retail Grocery 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 2, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


600 


Company of West Stock- 


' 1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












bridge, Mass., West Stock- 


















bridge. 


















Berkshire Schools Co., Great 


Jan. 8, 


Sept. 28, 


Sept. 1, 


95,000 


40,000 


3,000 


4,000 


510 


Barrington. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Berkshire Steam Laundry 


Apr. 28, 


Apr. 24, 


Feb. 21, 


27,000 


12,000 


12,463 


705 


3,021 


Company, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berkshire Vinegar Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


5,000 


3,600 


3,394 


606 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Berkshire Woolen & Worsted 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 3, 


450,000 


260,000 


170,184 


76,024 


90,082 


Company, Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bernard J. Delaney Com- 


June 15, 


May 12, 


Apr. 30, 


3,000 


_ 


2,500 


3,649 


1,976 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berry Dodge Company, Bos- 


June 18, 


May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


- 


5,000 


47,112 


70,311 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Berry Putnam Grain Com- 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


4,000 


_ 


_ 


6,937 


3,867 


pany, The, North Andover. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bertelsen & Petersen Engi- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


47,227 


26,979 


18,694 


46,708 


neering Company, Bos- 
ton. 
Berwick and Smith Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Feb. 20, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


_ 


22 105,690 


_ 


164,518 


Norwood. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Besse-Baker Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 






26,984 


6,016 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Besse-Bryant Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


36,306 


12,694 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













» None held in 1914. 
2 And scenery, etc. 
■■> Good will and leasehold. 
■• And equipment. 
' Good will. 



6 Team. 

7 Fund to take up funded and float- 

ing indebtedness. 

8 Sinking fund. 

" Subscriptions received on new stock. 



1" Patent rights. 

11 Trade-marks and good will. 

12 Fixtures. 

1' Investment account, 
i-" Reserve fund. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



195 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


5j 


1 
a 


■a 
a 

«a 
o 




xn 

J 
'3. 
o 


< 


J. 

-a 
a 

ll 

fa 


-a 

a 

fa 


3 

£• 

3 
02 


>3 

1 
1 


o 


3.15,000 


- 


865,388 


$75,323 


$10,000 


$65,323 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$75,323 


- 


- 


- 


60,301 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$301 


60.301 


- 


- 


4,036 


5,800 


5,800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,800 


- 


- 


- 


3,580,171 


2,500,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1.080.171 


3,580.171 


5 2,750 


- 


906 


24,649 


12,000 


6,149 


- 


$6,500 


- 


- 


24,649 


- 


5S116 


- 


21,569 


16,700 


4,500 


- 


- 


- 


369 


21,569 


- 


- 


358 


4,536 


2,450 


2,086 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,536 


10 1 


' 25,500 
8 30,000 


6,751 


525,009 
16,040 
7.807 


203,900 

4,000 

9 3,450 

7,000 


103.102 

8,237 

807 


$133,500 


50,000 


; 


34.507 
353 


525,009 
16,040 
7,807 


11 15,000 


- 


18,620 


129,570 ' 


87.400 


15.470 


- 


26,700 


- 


- 


129,570 


- 


12 618 
13 12.695 


- 


62,923 


6,000 


10.750 


- 


18,800 


" $12,500 


14.873 


62,923 


- 


- 


- 


30.000 

1 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20.000 


30,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


2.600 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


600 


- 


2,600 


- 


- 


72,398 


119,908 


68,150 


740 


50.500 


518 


- 


_ 


119,908 


-' 8,000 


16 1,200 


- 


37.389 1 


27.000 


4.545 


5.000 


- 


- 


844 


37,389 


- 


- 


5,391 


17,991 


16.650 


1,341 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,991 


■ - 


" 4,136 


- 


600,426 


450.000 


3.720 


- 


85,000 


61,706 


- 


600,426 


5 1,307 


- 


- 


9,432 


3,000 


6,432 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,432 




18 2,000 
w 4,000 
20 1,800 




130,223 

1 
10,804 


64,900 
4,000 


16,323 
2.424 




49,000 


4,215 


165 


130,223 
10,804 


- 


21 7,500 


- 


147,108 1 


75,000 


17.043 


- 


37,995 


17,070 


- 


147,108 


- 


23 25,000 
24 350 

25 4,907 
12 770 

26 4,000 
2' 9,600 


- 


314,835 


250,000 


4.795 


- 


- 


60.040 


- 


314,835 






33.000 


15,000 






18,000 






33,000 


- 


12 5,000 


- 


54.000 


20,000 


- 


- 


20,000 


14.000 


- 


54.000 



15 Corporation has sold out to H. W. 

Carter Paper Co. 
" Horses and wagons. 
1' Prepaid items. 
18 Office furniture. 



19 Mortgage note. 

20 Teams. 

21 Stock in other corporations. 
" And plant. 

23 Norwood Press Co. 



^ Oil and supplies. 

25 Unfinished work. 

2S University Library Extension. 

2' Sinking fund Norwood Press Co. 



196 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 






<j3 


Assets. 






.2 


a 


1 


P. 

a 
O 








NAME OF CORPORA- 






res, 
dise, 
and 
Proc- 




TION. 




1 

1 




■gcQ 


1 
"3 




anufactui 
Merchani 
Material, 
Stock in '. 
ess. 




^ 


Q 


« 


< 


(S 


§ 


^ 


o 


Besse-Carpenter Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 16 


Jan. 31, 


$15,000 


_ 




$32,845 


$12,155 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Besse-Miils Company, Hol- 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 16 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


29,857 


15,143 


yoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Besse, Osborn & Odell Incor- 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


53,000 


- 


- 


193,421 


96,413 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Besse-Rolfe Company, Lj-nn, 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Feb. 18 
1914. 


Jan. 31, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


- 


37,011 


13,975 


Besse Russell Company, Fall 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 18 


Jan. 31, 


13,500 


- 


- 


14,433 


5,817 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Best & Company Inc., Bos- 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 14 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,288 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bethel Chrome Tanning Com- 


Jan. 8, 


July 8 


July 8, 


100,000 


$61,188 


with R. E. 


5,307 


2,553 


pany, Boston (for 1913). 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bethel Chrome Tanning Com- 


Sept. 11, 


July 13 


July 1, 


100,000 


61,316 


- 


96,383 


2,713 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bettinson-Harris Laundry Co., 


Nov. 16, 


Oct. 15 


Sept. 30, 


5,000 


- 


$3,000 


- 


4,178 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Betty's Neck Company, The, 


Mch. 26, 


6 Feb. 24 


Deo. 31, 


20,000 


159,604 


8,648 


16,447 


4,860 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beverly Box Company, The, 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 21 


Jan. 21, 


17,000 


50,000 


5,000 


_ 


356 


Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beverly Building Association, 


July 15. 


June 29 


June 27, 


150,000 


200,174 


35,951 


- 


1,619 


The, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beverly Chemical and Supply 


May 4, 


Jan. 8 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


50 


295 


355 


Company, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beverly Coke Company, The, 


Dec. 10, 


Nov. 19 


Oct. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


171 


20 


Beverly. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Beverly Confectionery Com- 


May 11, 


Nov. 4 


Nov. 1, 


10,000 


- 


200 


150 


- 


pany, Beverly. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Beverly Co-operative Associa- 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 8 


Dec. 31, 


6,400 


- 


- 


5,071 


3,748 


tion, Beverly. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Beverly Ice Company, 


Mch. 17, 


Mch. 13 


Mch. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,125 


275 


Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beverly Lighter & Wrecking 


Mch. 10, 


Mch. 2 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


- 


■ - 


1,683 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Beverly Lock-Nut and Lock- 


Jan. 16, 


Jan. 6 


Sept. 8, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bolt Company, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beverly News Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


- 


- 


7,847 


3,984 


Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Beverly Printing Company, 


May 6, 


Apr. 6 


Apr. , 1, 


10,000 


- 


9,508 


522 


7,823 


Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bi-Motor Equipment Co., 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 11 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


280 


59,773 


44,795 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bickford Auto-Livery Co. 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 6 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


5,600 


325 


1,485 


Inc., Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bickford Machine Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 12 


Dec 31, 


15,000 


- 


9,764 


7,480 


2,806 


Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bicknell and Fuller Paper Box 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


7,000 


21,494 


27,521 


29,231 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bicknell Bros., Incorporated, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 30 


Dec. 22, 


65,000 


- 


- 


38,444 


12,151 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bicknell-Thomas Co., Green- 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 27 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


4,599 


3,459 


734 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Biddle and Smart Company, 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 27 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


110,000 


31,073 


57,363 


106,911 


The, Amesbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












BierinKor Brothers Company, 


Oct. 23, 


18 Oct. 16 


July 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


97,373 


127,371 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bigclow & Dowse Company, 


July 8, 


18 Mch. 17 


Jan. 31, 


400,000 


- 


- 


163,226 


181,146 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












BIkcIow & Joslin Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 12 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,642 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Prepaid items. 

2 Fixtures. 

' Good will. 

* Horses and wagons. 



'' Mortgage. 
" In lieu of annual. 
' Trucks and auto. 
8 Expense items. 



8 Borrowed money. 
1" Trade-marks. 
" Vessels and equipment. 
12 Rights and contracts. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



197 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


to ca — 

o ? S 
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1 


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a 

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3 

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3 

c 


- 


- 


- 


$45,000 


$15,000 


- 


- 


$6,000 


$24,000 


- 


$45,000 


- 


- 


- 


45,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


45,000 


- 


1 $1,709 


- 


291,543 


53,000 


$64,398 


- 


118,500 


55,645 


- 


291,543 


- 


2 4,014 


- 


55,000 


25,000 


- 


$20,000 


- 


10,000 


- 


55,000 


- 


- 


- 


20,250 


13,500 


- 


- 


- 


6,750 


- 


20,250 


- 


- 


- 


6,288 


5,000 


- 


- 


250 


- 


$1,038 


6,288 


_ 


_ 


$1,719 


70,767 
160,412 


50,000 
50,000 


12,767 
99,248 


- 


■with accts. 
payable 


8,000 
8,000 


3,164 


70,767 
160,412 


3 $500 


< 1,000 


203 


8,881 


5,000 


2,011 


5 1,100 


770 


- 


- 


8,881 




' 3,400 
«908 
8 628 


57,259 
22,594 


251,754 
77,950 


20,000 
17,000 


1,200 


40,000 


207,754 
9 24,000 

19,750 


: 


: 


251,754 
77,950 


- 


- 


- 


237,744 


133,400 


- 


66,000 


- 




38,344 


237,744 


wiO 
3 9,300 
3 1,000 


- 


- 


10,010 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


10,010 


- 


- 


1,191 


1,000 


71 


- 


50 


- 


70 


1,191 


3 4,000 


2 100 


1,650 


6,100 


6,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,100 


- 


2 1,000 


- 


9,819 


6,400 


1,584 


- 


- 


1,835 


- 


9,819 


3 6,800 


- 


966 


11,166 


10,000 


1,166 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,166 


13 42,270 
390 


11 15,967 
12 5,000 


_ 


22,650 
42,360 


21,500 
42,270 


90 


- 


: 


- 


1,150 


22,650 
42,360 


3,050 


2 2,054 


- 


16,935 


12,000 


2,479 


1,500 


- 


- 


956 


16,935 


- 


1444 


3,270 


21,167 


9,040 


2,401 


- 


9,726 


- 


- 


21,167 


- 


« 6,903 
i« 5,209 


- 


116,960 


50,000 


16,887 


- 


35,000 


" 3,075 


11,998 


116,960 


3500 


- 


7,910 


5,000 


314 


- 


300 


- 


2,296 


7,910 


- 


- 


3,701 


23,751 


12,400 


2,801 


- 


8,550 


- 


- 


23,751 


- 


8,486 


- 


93,732 


50,000 


33,269 


- 


- 


- 


10,463 


93,732 


3 19,589 


- 


- 


70,184 


65,000 


5,184 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70,184 


- 


494 


3,494 


12,780 


10,000 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


1,280 


12,780 


- 


- 


- 


305,347 


100,000 


12",359 


- 


87,237 


105,751 


^ 


305,347 


- 


w 5,275 


- 


230,019 


10,000 


73,817 


- 


76,441 


19,160 


50,601 


230,019 


3 155,000 


20 10,048 
218,319 


- 


517,739 


360,700 


58,873 


- 


75,000 


22 7,588 


15,578 


517,739 


~ 


2,000 


17,642 


2,000 


15,642 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,642 



13 Patent rights. 
1^ Expense prepaid. 
15 Furniture and fixtures, 
w Automobiles. 



1' AutQ reserve, etc. 

18 Adjourned. 

1' Fixture account. 

2" Furniture, fixtures and auto. 



21 Catalogues, plates and prepaid 

items. 

22 Reserve for bad debts. 



198 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 






Capital 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 




'■f 


1 






res, 
dise, 
, and 
Proc- 


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1 






.2 
1 





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Bigelow Carpet Company, 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 25 


Dec. 31, 


$4,030,000 


$2,456,800 


with R. E. 


$1,292,722 


$4,898,483 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bigelow, Kennard and Com- 


May 4, 


Mch. 31 


Feb. 28, 


750,000 


- 


- 


539,427 


115,403 


pany, Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bigwood Woolen Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 1 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


6,000 


810,000 


8,665 


7,026 


Spencer. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bijou Spa, Inc., Boston, 


Mch. 2, 
1914. 


Feb. 26 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


10,000 


- 


- 


~ 


1,210 


Bijou Theatre Company of 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 20 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


34,458 


- 


- 


1,004 


Holyoke, Massachusetts, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Holyoke. 


















Billings Dental Company, 


Sept. 11, 


May 23 


May 15, 


1,500 


- 


225 


300 


1,566 


Rockland. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Billings Newhall Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 4 


Feb. 4, 


15,000 


- 


- 


9,621 


120 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bircham Bend Power Com- 


July 20, 


July 16 


June 30, 


150,000 


153,761 


840 


- 


22,371 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Birmingham Pen Co. Inc., 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 3 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,177 


3,982 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Birnie Paper Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


79,855 


58,230 


132,566 


55,564 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bishop Bros. Quarry Co., 


May 4, 


Jan. 17 


Deo. 31, 


14,000 


8,750 


3,000 


- 


- 


Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bishop Company, The, North 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 18 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


400 


2,338 


13,359 


15,416 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bishop Publishing Company, 


June 9, 


June 30 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


- 


- 


800 


1,892 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1906. 


1913. 












Bishop Securities, Incorpo- 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 20 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


235,000 


- 


- 


6,693 


rated, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bituminous Road Implement 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 5 


Deo. 31, 


15,000 


- 


"286 


- 


259 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bixby-Webber Co., Groton, 


Feb. 5, 
1914. 


Jan. 6 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


10,000 


3,000 


~ 


8,500 


4,016 


Black Island Granite Asso- 


Apr. 4, 


18 Apr. 1 


Jan. 7, 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


ciates, The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blacker and Shepard Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 10 


Jan. 1, 


40,000 


25,165 


- 


140,149 


107,027 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blackmer Cut Glass Com- 


Mch. 27, 


18 Mch. 21 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


3,960 


2,577 


17,215 


10,652 


pany, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blackstone Beef Company, 


Apr. 7, 


Jan. 27 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


3,265 


- 


7,955 


12,737 


Incorporated, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blackstone Valley Publishing 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 5 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


927 


- 


- 


Company, Millbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blair-Forth Manufacturing 


June 26, 


May 30 


May 30, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


104 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blair Specialty Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 15 


Dec. 15, 


5,000 


- 


- 


900 


2,943 


The, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Blaisdell & Snyder, Inc., New 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 8 


July 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


6,686 


2,296 


Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blaisdell-Kavy Co., Pitts- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 10 


Jan. 10, 


8,000 


- 


- 


20 4,700 


3,300 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blake-Curtis Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 18 


Mch. 1, 


20,000 


5,500 


- 


65,731 


82,311 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blake Electric Mfg. Com- 


Apr. 30, 


Mch. 23 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


3,226 


10,246 


11,744 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blake Hydraulic Valve Cor- 


Aug. 1, 


May 12 


May 5, 


50,000 


- 


1,000 


300 


77 


poration, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blake Manufacturing Com- 


Oct. 3, 


Sept. 30 


June 30, 


60,000 


- 


26 62,500 


16,857 


8,790 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blake Pump & Condenser Co., 


June 23, 


Mch. 18 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


12,408 


22,016 


5,061 


Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blake Signal & Manufacturing 


Apr. 17, 


Apr. 15 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


1,601 


2,689 


11,146 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. • 













1 Fire insurance reserve. 

2 Reserve for depreciation. 

2 Trade-marks and good will. 
■• Furniture and fixtures. 
'' Deferred. 



6 Good will. 
' Equipment. 

8 Treasury stock. 

9 Fixtures. 
1° Furniture. 



11 Reserve. 

12 Trade-marks. , 

13 Patent rights. 

i"" Prepaid insurance. 
15 And patteras. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



199 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


11= 

PL, 


i 

1 


h3 

-a 
a 


15 
Eh 


O 
1 


Pi 
9 6 

-5j 


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02 


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3 $121,462 


* $29,592 
6 47,072 


$11,436 


$8,648,005 

852,956 

43,127 


$4,030,000 
690,100 
25,000 


$8,628 

82,885 

5,777 


$10,250 


$65,000 
2,100 


1 $331,000 
2 948,835 


$3,329,542 
14,971 


$8,648,005 
852,956 
43,127 


6 1,100 


7 560 

8 590 
9 5,181 


1,097 


4,557 
40,643 


2,500 
17,000 


2,057 
20,000 


: 


- 


: 


3,643 


4,557 
40,643 


- 


10 900 


- 


2,991 


1,500 


269 


- 


150 


800 


272 


2,991 


- 


9 1,667 


5,843 


17,251 


15,000 


2,251 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,251 


- 


- 


- 


176,972 


150,000 


- 


- 


- 


11 18,466 


8,506 


176,972 


12 1,000 
6 5,176 


10 133 


_ 


13,468 
326,215 


10,000 
60,000 


9 
14,817 


123,600 


36,500 


3,459 
91,298 


_ 


13,468 
326,215 


- 


- 


1,279 


13,029 


4,800 


4,350 


3,879 


- 


- 


- 


13,029 


w 1,172 
6 4,000 


_ 


9,658 


36,685 
12,350 


20,000 
12,000 


1,523 
350 


_ 


7,850 


2,062 
11 5,250 


: 


36,685 
12,350 


- 


" 1,365 


- 


243,058 


200,000 


384 


30,000 


5,000 


1,272 


6,402 


243,058 


w 12,056 


16 229 


2,170 


15,000 


" 15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,516 


10,000 


2,674 


- 


- 


- 


2,842 


15,516 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


19 19,966 


- 


292,307 


40,000 


25,937 


6,500 


217,499 


2,371 


- 


292,307 


- 


- 


- 


34,404 


15,000 


556 


- 


15,000 


- 


3,848 


34,404 


- 


9 980 


822 


25,759 


1,600 


2,484 


- 


21,675 


~ 


- 


25,759 


. - 


- 


1,833 


2,760 


2,460 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


2,760 


13 20,000 


. 


49,191 


69,295 


40,100 


29,195 




- 


- 


- 


69,295 


- 


- 


- 


3,843 


1,500 


2,343 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,843 


- 


- 


- 


8,982 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,982 


8,982 


- 


- 


642 


8,642 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


642 


- 


8,642 


6 29,251 


9 4,818 
23 820 


- 


157,860 

55,287 


20,000 
42,000 


41,936 
3,212 


21 2,000 


22,300 
8,400 


60,000 

22 11,624 

1,675 


- 


157,860 
55,287 


13 22,600 
6 5,000 


24 250 
25 1,000 


3,673 


33,900 
88,147 


31,300 
60,000 


870 
15,626 


1,730 


: 


- 


12,521 


33,900 
88,147 


13 4,228 


2' 10,885 


8,749 


63,347 


25,000 


13,143 


- 


25,204 


- 


- 


63,347 


13 10,000 

6 11,211 


- 


7,813 


44,460 


43,000 


1,460 


- 


- 


- 


- 


44,460 



16 Organization. 

1' Contract obligations (stock sub- 
scriptions). 
1' Adjourned. 
19 Sundry equipment. 



20 And fixtures. 

21 Real estate. 

22 Reserved for depreciation. 

23 Prepaid expenses. 



24 Office fixtures. 
26 Patterns and tools. 
26 And tools. 
2' Patterns. 



200 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract o 


f Certificates 


OF Condition 




% 






03 




Assets. 








.9 


CO 


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o 










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erial, and 
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Blanchard & Company, In- 


Oct. 28, 


I Oct. 17, 


June 30 


840,000 






$10,754 


825,460 


corporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blanchard & Gould Co., Ac- 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


S17,030 


$800 


5,394 


6,014 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blanchard Brothers Granite 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31 


15,000 


14,400 


8,711 


3,219 


17,173 


Company, Uxbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blanchard Lumber Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 3. 


Dec. 31 


85,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


628,300 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blanchard Machine Company, 


May 11, 


1 May 5, 


Dec. 31 


60,000 


31,800 


34,550 


109,847 


41,965 


The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blanchard Printing Company, 


May 28, 


May 1, 


Mch. 1 


10,000 


- 


5,000 


- 


5,627 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blanking Machine Company, 


Dec. 10, 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 1 


30,000 


- 


- 


9,787 


18 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Blanking Machine Company, 


Nov. 20, 


Oct. 28, 


Oct. 1 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


32 


Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bleak House Association, 


Aug. 5, 


Aug. 1, 


Aug. 1 


20,000 


10,000 


500 


- 


- 


Dennis. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bleiler Contracting Company, 


July 13, 


Mch. 18, 


Mch. 18 


3,000 


_ 


- 


400 


2,025 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bliss & Perry Co., Newbury- 


Sept. 22, 


Sept. 18, 


June 30 


50,000 


- 


20,000 


93,922 


202,307 


port. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bliss Mining Co., Boston, . 


Apr. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


50,000 


6,500 


64 


.- 


- 


Blue Hill Quarry Company, 


Oct. 30, 


lOct. 21, 


July 1 


20,000 


21,567 


15,800 


1,075 


1,185 


Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Blue Ribbon Garage Com- 


June 1, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31 


2,000 


- 


- 


6,132 


4,491 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Blue Ribbon Mfg. Co., The, 


Aug. 11, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 31 


30,000 


- 


1,500 


50 


928 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Board of Trade Association, 


May 19, 


May 4, 


May 4 


10,000 


6,500 


- 


- 


43 


Provincetown. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boat Meadow Cranberry 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


34,215 


400 


_ 


485 


Company, Orleans. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bodurtha Lumber Company, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 1 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


643 


The, Westfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913 












Boice-Perrine Company, Bos- 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31 


20,000 


- 


421 


3,494 


7,173 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bolander and Parker Shoe 


Aug. 21, 


July 27, 


June 15 


30,000 


_ 


19,096 


6,269 


25,312 


Company, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bolton and Hicks Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31 


30,000 


- 


- 


14,462 


24,654 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bolton Fruit Company, Bol- 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


19,000 


w 1,995 


_ 


1,039 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bon Marche Dry Goods Com- 


Apr. 8, 


22 Feb. 4, 


Jan. 31 


40,000 


23 45,000 


_ 


122,925 


12,124 


pany, The, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bon-Ton Millinery Co., The, 


Oct. 23, 


Oct. 5, 


Oct. 1 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


4,000 


900 


Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bond and Bond Company, 


May 23, 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 1 


15,000 


_ 


3,278 


2,708 


5,097 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bond Grain Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31 


7,500 


3,500 


1,555 


4,924 


8,985 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bonded Adjustment Bureau 


Apr. 8, 


iMch. 7. 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


950 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bonded Products Company, 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 1 


200,000 


_ 


_ 


531 


4,702 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bonds Anti-Frosting Com- 


Mch. 27, 


22 Mch. 19, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bonelli-.\dams Co., Boston, 


Mch. 20, 
1914. 


Dec. 24, 
1913. 


Dec. 24 
1913. 


100,000 


" 




" 


2,369 



1 Adjourned. 

2 License. 

' Furniture and Gxturcs. 
' Furniture account. 
' Treasury account. 



" Investment account. 
' Offices and automobile. 
' Portage Lake Mill Co. stock. 
8 Patent rights. 
i» Good will. 



'1 Miscellaneous equipment. 

12 Good will and development. 

13 Patterns. 

i* Depreciation. 
" Furniture. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



201 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 




1 
1 

i 


►3 
1 

1 


"5 


m 

S 

o 


'a ■ 

< 


J. 

-o 
a 


J. 

a 

•^ a 
E 


_3 
"3. 


-o 
a 
a 

i 
t-t 
p-t 


C3 


- 


2S1,167 
3 750 


$19,708 


S57,839 
29,238 


$40,000 
10,000 


$9,570 
500 


$10,000 


$8,269 
7,500 


- 


$1,238 


$57,839 
29,238 


- 


M50 

5 500 

6 1,291 

'3,400 

8 17,500 

11 20,270 


- 


45,744 


15,000 ' 


2,022 


5,450 


3,358 


$18,464 


1,450 


45,744 


'SI 
ID 7,500 


1,155 


649,200 

245,933 

11,782 


81,600 
60,000 
10,000 


73,653 
14,129 

1,782 


25,000 


263,047 
146,612 


- 


230,900 
192 


649,200 

245,933 

11,782 


9 5,395 
i» 1,334 
9 5,395 
12 9,519 


13 2,344 


735 

605 

9,500 


17,269 
17,895 
20,000 


10,200 
10,200 
20,000 


7,069 
7,695 




- 


- 


- 


17,269 
17,895 
20,000 


- 


- 


375 


2,800 


1,000 


1,800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,800 


- 


- 


- 


316,229 


50,000 


28,044 


- 


218,185 


i< 20,000 


- 


316,229 


_ 


15 45 
16 44,000 


999 


51,608 
39,627 


50,000 
20,000 


1,608 
1,378 


7,975 


5,900 


: 


4,374 


51,608 
39,627 


- 


- 


6,316 


16,939 


2,000 


1,139 


- 


13,800 


- 


- 


16,939 


" 2,000 
18 30,000 


16 6,925 


207 


41,403 
6,750 


30,000 
6,500 


181 
250 


- 


: 


6,925 


4,297 


41,403 
6,750 


- 


- 


- 


35,100 


33,100 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35,100 


- 


- 


157 


800 


800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


800 


- 


- 


10,860 


21,948 


20,000 


1,948 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,948 


- 


- 


- 


50,677 


30,000 


13,244 


- 


5,000 


- 


2,433 


50,677 


10 10,000 


- 


- 


49,116 


30,000 


14,271 


- 


- 


4,845 


- 


49,116 


~ 


20 1,820 
21 33,645 
3 12,075 


~ 


57,499 
192,124 


50,000 
40,000 


499 
38,772 


7,000 
21 23,000 


- 


90,352 


- 


57,499 
192,124 


- 


25 750 


2,550 


8,200 


5,000 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,200 


~ 


- 


1,344 


12,427 
18,964 


6,000 

26 3,000 

7,500 


3,427 
7,241 


: 


4,000 


: 


223 


12,427 
18,964 


10 1,362 


27 300 


7,771 


10,383 


10,000 


383 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,383 


72,696 


16 126,675 


1,047 


205,651 


200,000 


4,751 


- 


900 


- 


- 


205,651 


9 50,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


23 15,000 


9,796 


27,165 


25,000 


2,165 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,165 



16 Treasury stock. 

1' Trade-marks. 

IS Good will, formulie, etc. 

19 And farming equipment. 

20 Live stock. 



21 Development account. 

22 In lieu of annual. 

23 Building on leased land. 
2-' Lien on building. 



25 Fixtures. 

26 Subscriptions received on stock. 

27 Office fixtures. 

28 Contracts. 



202 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Bong Binder Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Bonn and Company, Incor- 
porated, Boston. 

Bonnie Brae Farms Inc., 
Siieffield (for 1913). 

Bonnie Brae Farms Inc., 
Sheffield. 

Bonny Brooli Farm Com- 
pany, Grafton. 

Boo-Bok Library Company, 
Boston. 

Booker Custom Laundry, In- 
corporated, The, Boston. 

Boot & Shoe Protective Asso- 
ciation of New England, 
The, Boston. 

Boot and Shoe Recorder 
Publishing Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Booth Fisheries Company, 
Boston. 

Booth Manufacturing Com- 
pany, New Bedford. 

Boothby Surgical Hospital, 
Boston. 

Boott Mills, Bo.ston, . 

Borden & Remington Co., 
Fall River. 

Borden Guiney and Kendall 
Company, Fall River. 

Border City Manufacturing 
Company, Fall River. 

Boss Dry Goods Company, 
Worcester. 

Boston Acetylene Generator 
Company, Boston. 

Boston and Gloucester Steam- 
boat Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 

Boston and Lockport Block 
Company, Boston. 

Boston and Ophir Gold Min- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Boston & Revere Rubber 
Company, The, Chelsea. 

Boston and Springfield Des- 
patch Company, Spring- 
field. 

Boston and Suburban Laun- 
dry Company, Cambridge. 

Boston Art Embroidery Co., 
The, Boston. 

Boston Art Metal Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Artesian Well Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Artificial Limb Com- 
pany, Boston. 



Feb. 18, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 

Aug. 25, 
1914. 

July 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Apr 24, 

1914. 
Mch. 24, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Sept. 28, 

1914. 
Apr. 16, 

1914. 

Mch. 20, 
1914. 

Feb. 24, 
1914. 

Apr. 28, 
1914. 

Feb. 5, 
1914. 

Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
June 11, 

1914. 
Aug. 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 30, 

1914. 



Dec. 8, 
1913. 



4 Oct. 2.5, 

1913. 
Oct. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 5, 

1914. 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
4 Feb. 12, 

1914. 

June 3, 
1914. 

May 19, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Nov. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 14, 

1914. 
May 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 11. 

1914. 

Feb. 18, 
1914. 

Jan. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 13, 

1914. 

Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 9, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 14, 

1914. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 



Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Oct. 1, 

1913. 
Oct. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 

Apr. 30, 
1914. 

Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 27, 

1913. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 
Oct. 25, 

1913. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 

Jan. 24, 
1914. 

Jan. 21, 
1914. 

Apr. 17, 
1914. 

Dec. 31, 
1913. 

Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dee. 31, 

1913. 
Mch. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 



$15,000 
1,000 
8,500 
8,500 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 
5,000 

150,000 

15,000 
1,730,000 

20,000 
1,000,000 

99,900 

24,000 

1,000,000 

8,000 

50,000 
125,000 

300,000 

1,000,000 

5,000 

29 25,000 

40,000 
10,000 
25,000 
20,000 
5,000 



Assets. 



1 


a 


Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


- 


- 


$464 


- 


- 


500 


- 


5 $3,000 


1,500 


- 


1,064 


7 1,430 


1° $1,500 


2,800 


940 


- 


779 


1,107 


- 


12,307 


229 


- 


- 


1,501 


- 


3,731 


24,685 


689,593 


827,650 


254,257 


22,500 


2,000 


- 


900,000 


with R. E. 


1,029,827 


30,000 


- 


73,354 


16,500 


- 


31,647 


1,244,005 


with R. E. 


333,559 


- 


3 


9,263 


- 


25 


75 


62,650 


- 




65,000 


30,000 


154,611 


570,000 


- 


- 




5,300 


625 


- 


1,567 


1,102 


- 


15,182 


4,518 


- 


3,100 


300 


- 


973 


2,230 



1 Patent rights. 

* Promotion expenses in advance. 
» None held in 1914. 

* Adjourned. 
'And tools. 

* Dairy. 



' And tools, etc. 

8 Neat cattle and horses. 

8 Mortgage. 

i" Leasehold. 

11 Good will. 

'2 Supplies. 



13 Furniture and fixtures. 

1'' Other liabilities. 

15 Investments. 

18 Prepaid interest and insurance. 

1' Reserve for depreciation. 



'1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



203 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


i 

1 


1 

■n 

1 
P-i 


1 
o 
E-i 


1 

i 


.2 
S " 


-A 

.c 

-a 
a 


J. 

-a 
d 

a S 
•43 a 


.3 


1 

■a 

a 

CS 

P4 


H 


1 $13,281 


2 $1,141 


- 


$14,963 


$14,000 


- 


- 


- 


$963 


- 


$14,963 


- 


- 


- 


1,367 


1,000 


$100 


- 


- 


- 


$267 


1,367 


- 


6 3,500 


$8,600 


17,000 


8,500 


500 


$3,500 


$4,500 


- 


- 


17,000 


- 


8 3,050 


10,371 


16,665 


8,500 


165 


9 3,500 


4,500 


- 


- 


16,665 


111,250 


- 


- 


8,565 


6,000 


662 


- 


1,025 


878 


"- 


8,565 


1 10,000 


- 


1,747 


14,056 


10,000 


981 


- 


3,075 


- 


- 


14,056 


11785 


- 


9,806 


29,043 


10,000 


10,764 


- 


8,279 


- 


- 


29,043 


"400 


12 200 


38 


1,300 


1,000 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,300 


11 121,000 


1,575 
13 2,465 


- 


168,206 


150,000 


10,967 
" 6,731 


- 


- 


508 


- 


168,206 


- 


15 14,461 


5,435 


67,187 


15,000 


5,035 


- 


47,152 


- 


- 


67,187- 


- 


16 10,368 


50,709 


1,933,846 


1,235,000 


2,136 


500,000 


165,000 


"31,710 


- 


1,933,846 


- 


- 


10,396 


34,896 


20,000 


396 


14,500 


- 


- 


- 


34,896 


- 


18 806,520 


- 


3,177,312 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


1,670,000 


1' 259,129 


248,183 


3,177,312 


: 


"4,746 
16 11,042 
2» 3,200 


: 


271,428 
75,503 


83,500 
24,000 


32,879 


9 8,000 


40.000 
29,226 


- 


115,049 
14,277 


271,428 
75,503 


- 


- 


- 


1,929,541 


1,000,000 


- 


475,000 


- 


21 187,246 


267,295 


1,929,541 


22 250 


23 455 


- 


13,140 


8,000 


1,721 


- 


- 


3,419 


- 


13,140 


1 49,000 


- 


900 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


24 132,000 


- 


194,883 


125,000 


42,000 


- 


- 


25 10,000 


17,883 


194,883 


11 

22 1 


26 1 

27 1 
28 1,000 


7,484 


300,000 
577,484 


300,000 
570,015 


7,469 


- 




- 


- 


300,000 
577,484 


- 


- 


100 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


22 15,000 
11 17,000 


- 


- 


43,763 
5,221 


40,000 
2,500 


3,424 
2,391 


- 


- 


339 
330 


- 


43,763 
5,221 


- 


- 


- 


33,644 


21,000 


4,851 


- 


7,500 


293 


- 


33,644 


- 


- 


11,600 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


30 115 

31200 


- 


6,893 


2,500 


1,762 


- 


- 


2,631 


- 


6,893 



18 Improvements. 

19 Horses, wagons and trucks. 

20 Horses, wagons, etc. 

21 Depreciation account. 

22 Trade-marks. 



23 Fixtures, etc. 



25 Reserve account. 

26 Stock and bonds. 
2' Copyrights. 



28 Horses and wagons. 

29 Corporation acquired no assets 

and did no business. 
3° Prepaid expenses. 
31 Stock returned to treasury. 



204 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





§ ' 






"^ 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






1 

a 


C3 
O 










TION. 


O 


CI 




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b 


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k in 




si 


1 




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12 

t3 




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S 


o 


Boston Asphalt Company, 


Apr. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


$25,000 


. 


_ 


_ 


$329 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Auto Gage Co., Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


ijan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


$9,175 


2 15,273 


$4,640 


17,339 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Automatic Machine 


June 15, 


Apr. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


16,160 


14,576 


3,572 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Automobile Dealers 


Sept. 1, 


June 1, 


June 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,083 


Association, Incorporated, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Boston Badge Company, 


July 1, 


June 1, 


May 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,150 


2,940 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Bait and Supply 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,236 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Baking Powder Com- 


June 9, 


Apr. 28, 


Apr. 1, 


9,000 


-1 


400 


359 


2,817 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Bank Note Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


13,583 


900 


12.928 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Batavia Rubber Co., 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


7,500 


- 


- 


350 


26,753 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Bay Steamboat Com- 


May 8, 


lApr. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Bedding Supply Com- 


May 11, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


60,000 


32,352 


10,892 


9,554 


16,895 


pany, Natick. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Beef Company, Bos- 


Oct. 21, 


Aug. 5, 


July 31, 


24,000 


- 


1,395 


3,980 


49,845 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Beer Company, Bos- 


Dec. 15, 


Oct. 23, 


Sept. 30, 


500,000 


250,000 


117,700 


62,686 


109,315 


ton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Beer Company, Bos- 


Nov. 20, 


Oct. 22, 


Sept. 30, 


500,000 


225,000 


138,700 


63,490 


157.250 


ton (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Belting Company, 


Dec. 26, 


Nov. 28, 


Sept. 30, 


1,000,000 


329,712 


" 373,410 


580,735 


848,134 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Billiard and Bowling 


June 2, 


Mch. 19, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


827 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Blower Company, 


Nov. 14, 


1 Oct. 31, 


June 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 




\ 








Boston Bolt and Iron Co., 


Apr. 28, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


34,684 


15,905 


13,726 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Bonnet Wire Co., Bos- 


July 18, 


July 11, 


June 30, 


25,000 


_ 


■841 


3,745 


758 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Book Company, The, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


1 


- 


62,640 


30,008 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Book-binding Com- 


Apr. 4, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


1 83,592 


46,917 


90,780 


163,276 


pany, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Braid Manufacturing 


Aug. 17, 


June 9, 


Apr. 30, 


15,000 


- 


3,991 


6,239 


5,740 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Brass ,'^ndiron Com- 


Aug. 5, 


Feb. 3, 


Feb. 1, 


25,000 


- 


1,800 


3,278 


1,334 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Brass Company, Bos- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


5,000 


17,366 


10,414 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Brazing Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 1, 


5,000 


- 


725 


18 


4.176 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Brick Company, Bos- 


May 1, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


60,000 


46,000 


with R. E. 


47,715 


5,589 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Building Material 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


26 2,000 


- 


13,025 


33,734 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Building Wrecking 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


4,000 


- 


364 


- 


3,919 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Chicle Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


7,065 


11,312 


6,491 


3,496 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













• Adjourned. 
2 And tool.s. 

' Patent right.s. 

* Company Block. 
' Good will. 



" Trade-marks. 
' Plates, engravings, .etc. 
" Furniture and fixtures. 
" Steamer "Seawanhaka.' 
'" And salaries, etc. 



" Office furniture and insurance. 

12 Mortgage. 

" Treasury stock. 

i'' Unexpired taxes and insurance. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



205 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


■2J§" 

Ph 


§ 
1 
S 


J 
•a 

§ 

1 


1 


o 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


J, 

■s 

a 


J. 

•a 
d 

a a 
o « 




Eg 

o 

c 

o 
CM 


3 

o 


- 


- 


$83,623 


$83,952 


$25,000 


$58,952 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$83,952 


$40,000 


- 


- 


76,427 


40,000 


621 


- 


$7,118 


- 


$28,688 


76.427 


3 100,000 


i $8,000 


63,602 


205,910 


200,000 


5,910 


- 


- 


- 


- 


205,910 


- 


- 


- 


8,083 


4,200 


394 


- 


- 


- 


3,489 


8,083 


5 1,949 


- 


- 


8,039 


5,000 


1,713 


- 


1,326 


- 


- 


8,039 


5 6,000 


- 


- 


13,236 


13,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


13,236 


6 2,500 
5 2,500 


7 10,000 


~ 


8,576 
37,411 


6,000 
30,000 


86 
3,310 


: 


2,000 
3,500 


: 


490 
601 


8,576 
37.411 


6 2,500 


8 165 


- 


29,768 


7,500 


1,677 


- 


- 


$20,591 


- 


29,768 


- 


9 5,000 


15,000 


20,000 


15,000 


400 


- 


i« 4,600 


- 


- 


20,000 


- 


"758 


- 


70,451 


27,500 


10,675 


12 $10,000 


19,769 


2,507 


- 


70,451 


6 6,500 


- 


- 


61,720 


24,000 


16,236 


- 


21,000 


484 


- 


61,720 


16 150 


3,541 

13 17,000 

"4,878 

4,228 

13 17,000 

"4,180 

" 150,000 


- 


565,120 

609,848 

2,282,141 


150,000 

150,000 

1,000,000 


42,637 

29,535 

1,975 


- 


206,377 
256,377 
351,000 


166,106 
173,936 
800,000 


129,166 


565,120 

609,848 
2,282,141 


5 5,000 


13 26,562 


- 


32,389 


25,000 


7,389 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32,389 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1,000 


5 25,000 
5 11,500 


18 1,411 

"136 

13 21,500 

20 345 


9,907 
8,336 


122,614 
25,180 


75,000 
25,000 


8,071 
180 


11,043 


28,500 






122,614 
25,180 


- 


21 3,889 


29,848 


126,385 


69,000 


23,122 


- 


22 34,263 


- 


- 


126,385 


~ 


23 40,000 
2*5,597 


: 


430,162 
15,970 


75,000 
13,000 


11,255 

765 


25,000 


228,468 
653 


90,439 
1,552 


: 


430,162 
15,970 


5 3,126 


25 500 


- 


9,838 


9.000 


838 


- 


- 




- 


9,838 


- 


- 


- 


32,780 


20,000 


13 


- 


- 




12,767 


32,780 


5 400 


- 


- 


5,319 


2,500 


193 


- 


- 


2,626 


- 


5,319 


- 


- 


- 


99,304 


60,000 


5,269 


- 


12,547 


- 


21,488 


99,304 


- 


8 300 


- 


49,059 


10,300 


29,871 


- 


- 


- 


8,888 


49,059 


- 


- 


13 


4,296 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 


296 


- 


4,296 


3 1,000 
5 26,091 


- 


3,713 


59,168 


50,000 


3,787 


- 


5,381 


- 


- 


59,168 



15 And tools, furniture and fixtures. 
18 Trade-marks, etc. 
1' Water privilege. 
18 Muffler account. 



13 Stock certificate. 

20 Accrued insurance and expense. 

21 Furniture, fixtures, etc. 

22 Borrowed money. 



23 Stock, Small Maynard & Co. 
2* Unexpired insurance. 
25 Patterns. 
25 Buildings on leased land. 



206 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 






03 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 


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a 


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O 






■es, 
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and 
Proc- 


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Pi 


§ 


•^ 


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Boston Citrus Fruit Com- 


May 23, 


i_ 




$13,000 


$200 






_ 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 
















Boston Cleaning Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Nov. 8, 


Nov. 8, 


1,000 


_ 


- 


- 


14,802 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Clip & Tag Company, 


May 16, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 10, 


5,000 


- 


$9,200 


$2,550 


4,574 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Clock Company, Bos- 


Apr. 21, 


2 Apr. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,822 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Clothing Co., Brock- 


July 31, 


July 29, 


July 5, 


7,500 


_ 


- 


3,200 


7,624 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Coal Company, Bos- 


Aug. 24, 


May 11, 


Apr. 30, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Cold Storage and 


Sept. 1, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1,750,000 


930,077 


66,055 


5,021 


17,111 


Terminal Company, Bos- 
ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Commercial Company, 


June 10, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18,302 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Commercial Motor 


Sept. 21, 


Apr. 28, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


- 


1,064 


Vehicle Association, Incor- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












porated, Boston. 


















Boston Condensed Milk Com- 


May 18, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


900,000 


143,853 


144,048 


159,992 


160,200 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1912. 


1913. 












Boston Confectionery Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


700,000 


120,000 


55,855 


150,852 


99,352 


pany, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Co-operative Building 


Mch. 19, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


352,939 


- 


- 


13,493 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Co-operative Flower 


Feb. 2, 


2 Nov. 1, 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


- 


18 750 


- 


6,199 


Market, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Co-operative Flower 


Apr. 27, 


Oct. 31, 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


750 


1,750 


Market, Boston (for 1908). 


1914. 


1908. 


1908. 












Boston Copper Works Com- 


July 8, 


Apr. 4, 


Mch. 31, 


2,000 


2,950 


250 


700 


7,741 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Corking Machine 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


1,500 


150 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Dental Institute, Inc., 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 30, 


Mch. 30, 


1,000 


_ 


_ 


5b 


24 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Development and Sani- 


Apr. 7, 


2 Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


21 787,200 


with R. E. 


6,161 


64,444 


tary Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Dry Goods Company, 


May 20, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


14,934 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Duck Company, Bos- 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 10, 


23Jan. 1, 


350,000 


225,657 


with R. E. 


328,513 


39,924 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Dwelling House Com- 


Aug. 28, 


July 30, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


512,437 


- 


- 


19,299 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Dye House, Inc., 


July 21, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


- 


7,500 


- 


3,807 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Egg Company, Inc., 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


15,000 


_ 


- 


3,339 


17,863 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Electric Protective 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Association, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Electrotype Company, 


Aug. 25, 


Aug. 18, 


Aug. 1, 


10,000 


- 


4,431 


425 


1,313 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Envelope Company, 


Aug. 14, 


July 7, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,430 


10,282 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Express Exchange 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


(Incorporated), Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Feather Duster Com- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


- 


- 


2,742 


19,864 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 None held since organization. 

2 Adjourned. 

3 Fixtures. 

* Good will. 

s r'umiturc and fixtures. 

« Bonds. 



' Prepaid and deferred assets, taxes, 

insurance, etc. 
8 Trca.sury stock. 
' Bond interest. 

1° Office furniture and equipment, 
n Options. 



12 Investment. 

13 Trade-marks. 

14 Bonds and notes. 

15 Insurance unearned. 
'6 Depreciation. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



207 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


d fs o 


1 
1 


>3 
1 

1 
Pi 


3 


S 

1 


< 


-si 
"§1 


J. 

o a) 


3 

"3. 

03 


i 


3 


- 


- 


S12,800 


813,000 


$13,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


113,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,802 


1,000 


$2,361 


- 


- 


- 


$1,441 


4,802 


- 


- 


- 


16,324 


5,000 


238 


- 


$11,000 


- 


86 


16,324 


- 


- 


- 


7,822 


5,000 


56 


- 


- 


- 


2,766 


7,822 




3S250 


- 


11,074 


7,500 


1,002 


- 


- 


- 


2,572 


11,074 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


« 8752,446 


5 316 

6 9,000 

' 15,467 

8 369,500 

i»900 

113,000 

8 1,900 


38,324 
1,836 


2,203,317 

22,202 
4,800 


1,435,700 

15,105 
4,800 


64,020 
9 31,000 

150 


$620,000 


52,597 


- 


6,947 


2,203,317 

22,202 
4,800 


U73,131 


12 90,000 


- 


871,224 


714,800 


74,350 


- 


77,115 


$4,959 


- 


871,224 


13 25,000 
< 230,000 


"24,865 
15 1,381 


- 


681,059 

392,678 

6,949 


520,000 

292,000 

3,000 


31,569 


25,000 


68,200 


36,290 

83,378 
13 10,000 


1' 7,300 
3,949 


681,059 
392,678 
, 6,949 


- 


- 


- 


2,500 


2,425 


'- 


- 


- 


- 


75 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


11,641 


1,010 


1,078 


- 


- 


- 


9,553 


11,641 


19 20,800 

13 100 

« 3,200 
^ 1,000 


20 200 


7,150 
126 


32,900 
1,400 


30,000 
1,000 


2,900 
400 


~ 








32,900 
1,400 


: 


: 


201,066 


857,805 
216,000 


10,200 

22 489,800 

216,000 


344,231 


: 


- 


~ 


13,574 


857,805 
216,000 


- 


- 


- 


594,094 


350,000 


40,630 


- 


- 


203,464 


- 


594,094 


- 


- 


2,855 


534,591 


209,540 


5,308 


289,531 


30,212 


- 


- 


534,591 


* 5,000 


3 2,500 
24 1,200 

25 500 

28 3,000 


1,893 


22,400 
24,202 


300 
26 1,710 

15,000 


2,415 
4,170 


27 15,000 


2,975 


5,032 




22,400 
24,202 


< 6,000 


- 


- 


6,000 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


- 


- 


376 


6,545 


6,100 


445 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,545 


4 1,500 


5 493 


- 


13,705 


5,000 


6,538 


- 


- 


2,167 


- 


13,705 


- 


5 1,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


3 441 


- 


23,047 


16,000 


- 


- 


- 


136 


6,911 


23,047 



1' And dividend payable Jan. 15, 
1914. 

18 And fixtures. 

19 Patent rights. 

20 Dental appliances. 



21 And buildings and docks. 

22 Subscriptions on stock. 

23 Deducting dividend paid Feb. 1, 

1914. 

24 Autos. 



25 Supplies. 

2« Cash received for capital stock 

not yet issued. 
2' Mortgage. 
28 Fixtures, horses and wagons. 



208 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Boston Feature Filnij^Coni- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Felt and Rubber Com- 
pany, Worcester. 

Boston Fertilizer Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Fibre Co., Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Boston Filter Company, Chel- 



Boston Fire Adjustment Com- 
pany, The, Boston (for 
1913). 

Boston Fire Adjustment Com- 
pany, The, Boston. 

Boston Fish Market Corpo- 
ration, Boston. 

Boston Floor Company, 
Limited, Boston. 

Boston Flower Exchange, Inc., 
Boston. 

Boston Food Products Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Forge Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Boston Foundry Company, 
Boston. 

Boston French Range Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Fresh Tripe Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Furnace Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Garage Company, 



Boston Gardening Company, 

Newton. 
Boston Gas Piping and Fix- 
ture Co., Boston. 
Boston Gazette Company, 

Boston. 
Boston Globe Cap Company, 

Boston. 
Boston Gore and Web 

Manufacturing Company, 

Chelsea. 
Boston Hat & Bonnet Frame 

Company, Boston. 
Boston Hebrew Publishing 

Company, Boston. 
Boston Herald, Incorporated, 

Boston. 



Boston Hide and Skin Asso- 
ciation, Boston. 



nCCd 



July 20, 
1914. 

Apr. 4, 

1914. 
Feb. 26, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 



Dec. 17, 
1913. 

Nov. 17, 
1914. 

May 19, 
1914. 

Sept. 23, 

1914. 
Dec. 19. 

1913. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Aug. 21, 

1914. 
July 18, 

1914. 
May 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 5, 

1914. 

Sept. 16, 
1914. 

Apr. 1, 
1914. 

July 3, 
1914. 



Apr. 9, 
1914. 



1 July 1 

1914. 
Jan. 5 

1914. 
4 Feb. 10 

1914. 
8 Mch. 4 

1914. 
Jan. 27 

1914. 



Nov. 12, 
1913. 

Oct. 5 
1914. 

Feb. 28, 
1914. 

July 6 

1914. 
Oct. 25 

1913. 
Mch. 20 

1914. 
Apr. 16 

1914. 
Feb. 28 

1914. 
May 6 

1914. 
July 13 

1914. 
Jan. 26 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 
Dec. 18 

1913. 
Jan. 19 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 3 

1914. 
Dec. 17 

1913. 

June 25 
1914. 

Jan. 5 

1914. 

4 Feb. 2 

1914. 



Mch. 3, 
1914. 



Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 



Oct. 6, 
1913. 

Oct. 5, 
1914. 

Feb. 28, 
1914. 

July 1, 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Apr. 1 , 

1914. 
Dec.- 1, 

1913. 
May 6, 

1914. 
July 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Nov. 1, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 6, 

1914. 
Nov. 29, 

19.13. 

May 1, 
1914. 

Jan. 5, 
1914. 

Dec. 31, 
1913. 



Feb. 28, 
19l4. 



$10,000 
50,000 

130,000 
25,000 
50,000 

25,000 

25,000 
2,000,000 

30,000 
20,000 
90,000 
100,000 
10,000 
10,000 
11,200 
10,000 
75,000 
50,000 
2,000 
25,000 
15,000 
50,000 

25,000 

10,000 

1,764,000 

5,000 



6 $6,000 
23,837 



705,294 
329 



16,444 



2,000 



156,000 
30,000 



11,595 



caSScQ 



2 13,312 
6 28,833 

20,028 
712 



4,912 
32,159 
8,469 
1,200 
l,50fl 
1,421 

2,500 

376 

1,600 

1,948 

30,168 

3,298 
15 

2s 34,784 



$7,292 

12,000 

9 31,339 



5,905 

4,950 
23,605 

1,120 

450 

19,066 

10,516 



795 

150 

12,250 

29,113 

906 

27 100 

6,234 



^ In lieu of annual. 

2 And tools, etc. 

' Patent rights. 

* Adjourned. 

' And rights under agreement with 

town of Arlington at reduced 

book value. 
' And plant. 



' Office furniture. 

8 Date of postponement. 

5 And rentals. 

1" Furniture, fixtures, teams and 

motor car. 
1' Tools and patterns. 
'- Prepaid insurance. 
" Securities. 



1'' Advanced payments. 

16 Expenses. 

16 Rent. 

1' Stock of other corporations. 

18 Buildings allowed. 

19 Stock, premiums and interest. 

20 Good will. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



209 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 










1/IABILITIES. 








ii ■ 


1 

a 

1 


►3 

-a 
a 


C3 
1 


o 

1 

S 

Q 


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g ^ 
< 


-o 
c 

ii 


1 

.If 

5 


3 


1 

1 


H 


- 


.- 


S4,644 


S5,300 


85,300 


- 


- 


- 


- 




S5,300 


3 S35,000 


- 


2,170 


50,526 


50,000 


8526 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,526 


3 15,000 


^ S300 


122,483 


179,908 


130,000 


49,908 


- 


- 


- 


- 


179,908 


- 


- 


2,575 


82,326 


25,000 


35,542 


513,334 


- 


- 


S8,450 


82,326 


3 5,000 


10 1,986 
11780 

12 131 

13 2,250 

noo 


24,506 


53,084 
27,750 


50,000 
25,000 


397 
2,750 




"S99 


63,588 




53,084 
27,750 


- 


'75 


25,389 


26,514 


25,000 


1,514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26,514 




15 65,712 

i« 8,750 
17 90,000 




883,780 
12,637 


523,000 
3,000 


9,284 




319,000 


18 6,452 
10 35,328 


353 


883,780 
12,637 


20 502 

22 25,000 
20 31,102 


21 3,306 
" 16,766 


21,101 
23,638 


23,225 
91,158 
127,814 


12,080 
86,500 
100,000 


4,656 
4,988 


- 


22,826 


- 


11,145 


23,225 
91,156 
127,814 


~ 


~ 


~ 


9,773 
4,549 


5,000 

23 1,100 

1,500 


3,573 

2,952 


: 


: 


: 


100 
97 


9,773 
4,549 


- 


21 6,091 


- 


35,288 


11,200 


5,901 


- 


- 


18,187 


- 


35,288 


- 


- 


12,105 


28,143 


10,000 


2,978 


400 


14,765 


- 


- 


28,143 


- 


- 


- 


158,425 


75,000 


- 


75,000 


8,000 


- 


425 


158,425 


20 5,000 


- 


1,842 


45,450 


25,100 


350 


20,000 


_ 


- 


- 


45,450 


- 


- 


- 


4,398 


2,000 


2,040 


- 


- 


358 


- 


4,398 


20 4,500 


- 


5,923 


12,173 


9,270 


2,903 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,173 


20 4,000 


- 


- 


22,245 


14,200 


1,260 


- 


6,352 


- 


433 


22,245 


23 297 


- 


- 


83,159 


50,000 


15,224 


- 


15,072 


- 


2,863 


83,159 


22 10,000 

26 15 QOO 


- 


- 


42,886 


25,000 


1,379 


3,335 


- 


- 


13,172 


42,886 




- 


1,635 


2,450 


1,200 


1,250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,450 


29 2,702,919 


30 7,561 

312,501 

32 8,193 

33 18,766 


34 727,284 


3,741,102 


1,763,500 


179,841 


1,757,500 


40,261 


- 


- 


3,741,102 


- 


- 


5,677 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


677 


5,677 



21 Fixtures. 

22 Trade-marks. 

23 Subscription for stock not issued. 

24 Horse and wagon, fi,xture, truck 

account. 

25 Patent rights and trade-marks. 
28 Good will and patents. 



2' And type. 
28 And tools. 

20 Patent rights, good will, machin- 
ery, tools, etc. 

30 Prepaid insurance and taxes. 

31 Investments. 

32 Improvements. 



33 Suspense accounts. 

31 Includes 8268,818.33 balance from 
previous account and 8118,500 
suspense account for 1910 (two 
months), 1911, 1912, and 1913 
charged off. 



210 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 











C3 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


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s 

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1 


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actures, 
chandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


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Boston Holding Company, 


Oct. 30, 


Aug. 3, 


July 31, 


$40,000 


§10,000 


with R E. 


, 


$2 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston House Wrecking Com- 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


2750 


$500 


$1,500 


534 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Ice Company, The, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 20, 


Oct. 31, 


500,000 


1,191,900 


- 


303,969 


327,314 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Ice Cream Company, 


May 6, 


«Apr. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


64,781 


24,380 


9,744 


28,928 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Index Card Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


14,766 


12,307 


17,167 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Institute, Inc., Bos- 


Aug. 5, 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


3,500 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Insulated Wire & 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


66,625 


44,284 


50,992 


43,923 


Cable Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Interior Finish Com- 


Sept. 22, 


*Aug. 11, 


May 12, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,877 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Investment Company, 


Mch. 13, 


14 _ 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


415,725 


- 


- 


68,014 


Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Boston Iron Works, Boston, 


Dec. 18, 
1913. 


4 Dec. 8, 
1913. 


Nov. 4, 
1913. 


75,000 


- 


- 


275 


98 


Boston Lace Store, Inc., The, 


June 11, 


18- 


May 1, 


3,000 


- 


50 


11,751 


1,266 


Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Boston Lacing Hook Com- 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Lighter Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


28,718 


3,704 


15,704 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Lightning Rod Co., 


Apr. 2, 


Mch. 9, 


Mch. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


22720 


2,399 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Live Poultry Co., 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 14, 


15,000 


- 


23 2,216 


3,896 


23,854 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Loan Company, Bos- 


July 21, 


Apr. 28, 


Apr. 28, 


150,110 


- 


- 


8,983 


96,035 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Lunch Company Inc., 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 6, 


5,000 


- 


- 


200 


300 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Machine Works Com- 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


43,345 


83,329 


46,324 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Machinery Company, 


May 29, 


28 May 29, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


29 11,000 


- 


222 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Manufacturing Com- 


Sept. 8, 


4 Sept. 3, 


June 27, 


800,000 


848,797 


with R. E. 


703,795 


251,343 


pany, 1901, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Map Mounting Serv- 


Sept. 1, 


July 25, 


June 30, 


3,000 


- 


207 


583 


3,050 


ice, Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Market Reporter Pub- 


Aug. 25, 


July 10, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


727 


lishing Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Mat Leather Finish- 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 21, 


30,000 


- 


12,000 


12,472 


17,160 


ing Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Merchandise Co., Bos- 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


1,100 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Milling Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


7,000 


- 


29 3,974 


2,882 


3,555 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Mirror Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


12,000 


12,644 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Musical Instrument 


Apr. 30, 


4 Apr. 9, 


Dec. 31. 


30,000 


- 


2,213 


7,825 


3,807 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Mutual Film Corpo- 


June 13, 


Apr. 18, 


May 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


45,896 


12,136 


ration, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 













1 Mortgage. 

2 Buildings on leased land. 

3 Good will. 
* Adjourned. 
6 Fixtures. 

6 Delivery equipment, horses, wag- 
ons, autos, etc. 
' Prepaid expenses, etc. 



8 Reserves for depreciation. 

9 Courses of instruction. 
1" Subscriptions. 

ii Prepaid interest. 
12 Canadian factory account. 
" Reserve for notes receivable dis- 
counted. 
1^ None held since organization. 



15 Securities. 

16 Reserve against rents owed. 
1' Patent rights. 

18 None held in 1914. 

19 Trustee stock. 

20 Contracts. 

21 Mortgages. 

22 And wagons, harnesses, etc. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



211 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets- 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


sag 


1 


1 




1 




-i 

1 


-i 

■a 

a 




1-^ 

-a 
° 




ill 


1 


C3 
O 


3 
^ 


1 


< 


fa 


a a 
'•5 a 


1 






- 


- 


S30,396 


540,398 


$20,000 


- 


1 $8,500 


$11,898 


- 


- 


$40,398 


3 $2,500 


- 


- 


5,784 


5,100 


$107 


- 


- 


- 


$577 


5,784 


- 


- 


- 


1,823,183 


500,000 


80,072 


366,500 


- 


$876,611 


- 


1,823,183 


3 6,500 


5 S2,295 

6 35,306 

7 794 




166,228 
50,740 


10,000 
37,500 


10,088 
12,557 




30,000 


77,706 
8 38,434 


683 


166,228 
50,740 


3 1,000 
3 87,000 


9 1,000 

"104 
12 38,077 


32,275 


38,775 
331,005 

4,877 


30,100 
10 2,475 
147,000 

500 


1,200 

40,106 

4,377 


10,000 


5,000 
42,770 


13 473 


90,656 


38,775 
331,005 

4,877 


- 


15 568,071 


- 


1,051,810 


996,600 


1,054 


- 


- 


16 2,518 


51,638 


1,051,810 


1^26,000 
3 44,000 


- 


5,867 


76,240 


75,000 


1,240 


- 


- 


- 


- 


76,240 


- 


2,824 


15,891 


3,000 


12,891 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,891 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 




10,000 


3 500 


w 7,900 
20 5,800 


2,679 


61,826 
6,298 


25,000 
2,000 


25,752 
4,298 


21 9,582 


- 


- 


1,492 


61,826 
6,298 


3 44,123 


21 1,238 

25 5,100 

26 6,000 

27 700 


2,500 


42,304 
152,341 


15,000 
97,170 


4,811 
55,171 


11,000 






11,493 


42,304 
152,341 


3 2,300 


6 720 


1,480 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


17 25,097 


- 


- 


198,095 


100,000 


4,504 


- 


35,000 


47,247 


11,344 


198,095 


I' 100,000 


- 


- 


111,222 


100,000 


333 


- 


1,500 


- 


9,389 


111,222 


- 


- 


- 


1,803,935 


800,000 


175 


- 


855,000 


30 6,500 

315 


142,255 


1,803,935 


- 


- 


2,030 


5,870 


3,000 


2,870 


- 


- 


- 


5,870 


3 49,000 


52 300 


10,225 


60,252 


50,000 


10,252 




- 


- 


- 


60,252 


- 


- 


- 


41,632 


20,000 


5,875 


- 


14,500 


1,257 


- 


41,632 


- 


- 


- 


1,100 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100 


1,100 


3 2,500 


33 155 


~ 


13,066 
25,644 


6,800 
10,000 


3,124 

4,821 


- 


2,125 


781 

34 236 

35 5,928 


4,895 


13,066 
25,644 


3 14,231 


- 


2,724 


30,800 


30,000 


- 


- 


800 


- 


- 


30,800 


- 


- 


14,021 


72,053 


5,000 


67,053 


- 


- 


- 


- 


72,053 



23 And fixtures. 

24 Teams. 

25 Stock of other firms and corpo- 

rations. 

26 Lease and slaughter house privi- 

leges. 

27 Seven hundred shares common 

stock held as treasury stock. 



23 In lieu of annual. 

29 And equipment. 

30 Reserve for taxes. 

31 Reserve for income tax. 

32 Furniture and fixtures. 

33 Unexpired insurance. 



34 Accrued items. 

35 Twenty per cent, depreciation ac- 

count stock and accounts (mer- 
chandise on hand consisting 
mainly of gilt frames and mold- 
ings — gross depreciative stock). 



212 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





la 


1 


a 


s. 

O 


Assets. 


NAME OF corpora- 








-2 


tion. 


hen Certi 
filed. 


ate of Mee 


1 


iithorized 
Stock. 




.5 


anufactun 
Merehand 
Material, 
Stock in F 
ess. 


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il 




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Q 


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§ 


§ 


o 


Boston, Nahant and Pines 


Apr. 2, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


$135,000 








$7,812 


Steamboat Company, Bos- 
ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston National League Base- 


Deo. 13, 


Nov. 21 


Nov. 21, 


100,000 


S238,638 






5,689 


ball Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston News Bureau Com- 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


SI 


- 


15,064 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Nickel Plating Com- 


Apr. 23, 


Apr. 11 


Apr. 1, 


15,000 


_ 


5,500 


$5,500 


14,434 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Note Brokerage Com- 


May 18, 


May 2 


May 1, 


6,600 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13,879 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Oil and Gasolene Com- 


July 20, 


May 22 


May 1, 


4,000 


J. 


- 


2,220 


6,914 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Opera Company, Bos- 


Mch. 23, 


11 Dec. 31 


Julv 31, 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,470 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Optical Company, 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 24 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


8,961 


74,370 


51,939 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Oregon Mast Com- 


Apr. 23, 


18 Apr. 17 


Apr. 1, 


30,000 


- 


- 


19,374 


10,011 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Packing and Provi- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 27, 


100,000 


35,000 


- 


- 


- 


sion Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Paper Specialty Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 2 


Deo. 2, 


10,000 


- 


1,200 


685 


1,145 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Parcel Delivery Com- 


Mch. 13, 


Jan. 20 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,132 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Paving Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 1 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Pencil Pointer Com- 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 8 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


7,205 


6,787 


32,458 


pany, Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Piano Supply Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


66,071 


76,834 


3,667 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Pier, or the Long 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 8 


Mch. 31, 


480,000 


467,000 


- 


- 


2,488 


Wharf, Proprietors of, Bos- 
ton. 
Boston Pipe & Fittings Co., 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mch. 13, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


_ 


_ 


19,720 


21,473 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Plastic Art Company, 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 10 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


9,300 


- 


16,448 


6,028 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Plate and Window 


Mch. 24, 


Jan. 5 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


176,197 


26,542 


1.59,625 


271,277 


Glass Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston, Plymouth and New 


July 10, 


June 9 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bedford Steamship Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












pany, Boston. 


















Boston Pneumatic Transit 


June 2, 


May 20 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


27 36,264 


3,150 


46,333 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Pocket Manual Com- 


Mch. IQ., 


Jan. 10 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


700 


50 


1,519 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Portrait Company 


May 9, 


Feb. 3 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


28 4,454 


8,480 


7,319 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Printing Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 31 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


30 8,400 


- 


11,101 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Printing Press & Ma- 


June 22, 


June 8 


May 30, 


4,000 


- 


10,890 


473 


1,437 


chinery Co., East Bridge- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












water. 


















Boston, Providence and Fall 


Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


River Express Company, 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston. 



















1 Good will. 

2 Steamer property. 

3 Furniture and fi.xtures. 

■• Prepaid expense account. 
'■ Prepaid insurance. 
" Insurance claim. 



' Prepaid concession. 

8 Players. 

9 Franchise. 
i» Outfit. 

11 Special meeting. 



12 Scenery, costumes, props, music, 

fixtures, etc. 

13 Advances and payments for ac- 

count season 1913-1914. 
i*" Depreciation. 
16 Advance sales 1913-1914. 



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3 

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1 140,000 


2 SI 14, 704 

3 2,352 

M75 

5 2,189 

6 2,011 
8 100,575 

9 50,000 


S9,220 


8169,243 

404,122 
15,065 


S90,000 

100,000 
10,000 


$19,258 
104,122 


$50,000 
200,000 


7 $100 


$9,885 


$5,065 


$169,243 

404,122 
15,065 


1 4,000 


- 


- 


29,434 


15,000 


12,092 


- 


- 


- 


2,342 


29,434 


- 


- 


- 


13,879 


6,600 


2,000 


- 


- 


5,279 


- 


13,879 


- 


w 1,875 
1,616 

12 233,075 
w 75,540 
1^ 166,925 

19 494 


218 
18,621 


12,843 
485,010 

135,270 
48,500 


4,000 
400,000 

50,000 
30,000 


8,843 

39,609 
15 39,000 

18,580 

_ 


- 


with accts. 
payable 

" 10,000 
31,064 
18,500 


16 6,401 
25,626 


- 


12,843 
485,010 

135,270 
48,500 


- 


- 


65,000 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


1 3,200 
145,000 


21 4,818 
22 5,740 


1,597 
20,030 


7,827 
64,690 
20,030 


5,000 

50,000 

30 


479 

20 2,348 

3,452 

20,000 


- 


- 


- 


11,238 


7,827 
64,690 
20,030 


23 74,900 


24 1,500 


- 


122,850 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


47,850 


122,850 


1 13,927 


- 


- 


160,499 


50,000 


97,938 


- 


- 


- 


12,561 


160,499 


- 


25 320,908 


- 


790,396 


480,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


310,396 


790,396 


- 


- 


- 


41,193 


35,000 


4,961 


- 


- 


- 


1,232 


41,193 


26 19,503 


- 


- 


51,279 


33,000 


557 


5,000 


11,429 


1,293 


- 


51,279 


- 


- 


- 


633,641 


500,000 


124,815 


- 


- 


- 


8,826 


633,641 


- 


- 


610 


610 


300 


10 


- 


300 


- 


- 


610 


- 


406,646 


- 


492,393 


50,000 


7,649 


- 


332,783 


- 


101,961 


492,393 


1 17,452 


- 


374 


20,095 


20,000 


95 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,095 


1 31,348 


29 8,121 


- 


59,722 


50,000 


1,004 


- 


- 


- 


8,718 


59,722 


- 


- 


- 


19,501 


10,000 


9,318 


- 


- 


- 


183 


19,501 


1 6,610 


- 


3,108 


22,518 


4,000 


943 


- 


17,575 


- 


- 


22,518 


- 


31 30,000 


- 


30,000 


28,500 


- 


743 


- 


757 


- 


30,000 



16 Guaranty account. 

1' Premium on capital stock. 

1' Adjourned. 

19 Vessel stock. 

20 Loan (F.T.Paul). 

21 Bonds. 



22 Horses, wagons, etc. 

23 Patent rights. 

24 Treasury stock. 

25 Reserve fund investments. 

26 Good will, copyrights, models 

fixtures. 



27 And plant. 

28 And fixtures. 

29 Advances. 
3° And tools. 

31 A going express business, 
wagons, good will, etc. 



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Boston Railroad Holding 


Sept. 24, 


Sept. 16, 


June 30, 


$30,400,400 








$3,193 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Regalia Company, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 15, 


Oct. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


$680 


$19,817 


6,500 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Rubber Company, 


Apr. 7, 


Mch. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


$95,097 


- 


- 


7,459 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Rubber Shoe Com- 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 3, 


Dee. 31, 


5,000,000 


996,700 


371,000 


2,920,760 


2,214,105 


pany, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Sanitary Wagon Com- 


Aug. 5, 


6 July 7, 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Sash Weight Com- 


May 11, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


100,000 


- 


8,401 


2,738 


5,195 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1912. 


1914. 












Boston Saw and Tool Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 6, 


Dec. 6, 


6,000 


_ 


2,000 


2,090 


961 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Self-Locking Block 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


7 623 


2,199 


507 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Shippers Express Co., 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Silk Company, The, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


4,729 


1,663 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Silver Black Fox Com- 


June 11, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


2.000 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Specialty Stores Com- 


May 26, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 28, 


35,000 


- 


- 


14,853 


263 


pany, Maynard. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Stitching and Plaiting 


Oct. 23, 


Oct. 1, 


June 30, 


50,000 


- 


5,771 


3,914 


2,305 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Stoker Company, Bos- 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 1, 


150,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Storage Warehouse 


May 11, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 31, 


2,000,000 


1,653,394 


- 


- 


13,394 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Straw Board Com- 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


- 


1' 2,796 


25,577 


76,806 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Suburban Book Co., 


May 28, 


May 4, 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


50 


2,351 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Tavern Inc., Boston, 


Feb. 28, 
1914. 


Jan. 6, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 






3,668 


8,027 


Boston Team Owners' Sup- 


Jan. 3, 


6 Oct. 1, 


Sept. 25, 


50,000 


_ 


346 


724 


646 


ply Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Telephone Herald 


May 29, 


24 _ 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Syndicate, Inc., The, Bos- 
ton. 
Boston Terminal Refriger- 


1914. 




1914. 












Mch. 5, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


249,173 


with R. E. 


- 


19,319 


ating Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Thread and Twine 


Dec. 29, 


Dec. 11, 


Sept. 30, 


80,000 


- 


82,312 


199,141 


3,784 


Company, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Times Company, The 


Jan. 5, 


Oct. 21, 


Sept. 26, 


24,000 


- 


2,639 


- 


4,667 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Tow Boat Company, 


Oct. 6, 


Sept. 10, 


June 30, 


400,000 


• - 


- 


11,228 


70,061 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Transcript Company, 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 31, 


60,000 


280,000 


70,500 


- 


119,294 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Transfer Company, 


June 10, 


May 20, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,156 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Travelling Goods 


Feb. 20, 


6 Feb. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,042 


2,723 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Trucking Company, 


June 10, 


June 9, 


Mch. 29, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


800 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Upholstering Com- 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


19,128 


16,403 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Stock and bonds in other corpo- 

rations. 

2 Dividend preferred stock payable 

July 10, 1914. 

3 Fixtures. 

4 Patent rights. 

' Property and plant reserve. 



^ Adjourned. 

7 And tools. 

8 Patterns and dies. 

9 Good will. 

1" Options on two pair foxes. 
" Prospectuses. 
12 Patterns. 



13 Patterns and drawings. 
" Construction account. 
15 Mortgage indebtedness. 
1^ Suspense account. 
1' And fixtures. 
18 Deferred charges, 
li" Reserved for bad debts. 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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- 


1828,988,520 


13,179,453 


$32,171,166 


§30,400,400 


2 8545,878 


- 


81,224,888 


- 


- 


832,171,166 


- 


3 900 


- 


27,897 


5,000 


9,599 


- 


12,001 


81,297 


- 


27,897 


- 


- 


- 


102,556 


50,000 


40,092 


- 


- 


- 


812,464 


102,556 


4 $2,342 


30,000 


- 


6,534,907 


5,000,000 


80,746 


- 


- 


1,235,501 
6 218,660 


- 


6,534,907 


- 


- 


300 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


« 88,000 


- 


11,133 


115,467 


100,000 


6,051 


- 


9,416 


- 


- 


115,467 


- 


- 


6,216 


11,267 


2,850 


8,417 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,267 


4 500 


8 1,800 


10,022 


15,651 


15,000 


651 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,651 


- 


- 


114 


114 


110 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114 


9 10,000 


- 


3,369 


19,761 


17,500 


2,261 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,761 


9 4,300 


i« 1,900 
"81 


19 


8,300 


6,300 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,300 


- 


- 


8,006 


23,122 


18,000 


2,122 


- 


3,000 


- 


- 


23,122 


9 10,000 


12 700 
3 750 


- 


23,440 


17,200 


3,530 


- 


- 


- 


2,710 


23,440 


4 75,000 
9 3,000 

9 10,000 
9 9,450 


13 3,250 

" 118,751 

18 382 


24,433 


105,683 

1,785,539 

115,561 

11,851 


98,015 

1,255,000 

50,000 

10,000 


7,668 

35,020 
1,097 


8150,000 

15 


70,000 
25,000 


310,081 
16 458 
4,740 
"801 


754 


105,683 

1,785,539 

115,561 

11,851 


9 500 


2» 29,441 
21 15,000 
22 17,781 
23 18,877 


439 


92,794 
2,655 


50,000 
1,405 


25,151 
800 


- 


4,000 
450 


13,643 


- 


92,794 
2,655 


25 71,320 


26 47,513 
27 306,399 


- 


693,724 
285,237 


350,000 
80,000 


8,201 
13,310 


- 


25,000 

28 310,000 

191,927 


- 


523 


693,724 
285,237 


- 


- 


23,140 


30,446 


24,000 


5,209 


- 


1,237 


- 


- 


30,446 


~ 


29 500,202 


- 


581,491 
469,794 


400,000 
60,000 


17,029 
9,007 


: 


115,000 


30 18,398 
31 6,731 
400,787 


24,333 


581,491 
469,794 


9 7,000 


32 10,000 


- 


21,156 


20,000 


312 


- 


- 




844 


21,156 


9 1,000 


- 


154 


5,919 


5,000 


919 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,919 


- 


- 


10,050 


10,850 


10,000 


850 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,850 


- 


33 330 


550 


36,411 


15,000 


21,261 




3*150 


- 


- 


36,411 



20 Furniture and fixtures, beds, 

bedding, etc. 

21 Investments. 

22 Repairs and alterations. 

23 Prepaid items : rent, license, taxes, 

insurance, etc. 

24 None held since organization. 



25 Good will, supplies, etc. 

26 Accrued storage charges and in- 

ventory. 

2' Customers' loans. 

28 Notes payable secured by cus- 
tomers' loans. 



29 Property accounts. 

30 Depreciation reserve. 

31 Reserve for liability compensa- 

tion insurance. 

32 Teams. 

33 Deferred debits. 

34 Deferred credits. 



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Boston Varnish Company, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 28, 


Dec. 1, 


S300,000 


S63,804 


$5,000 


§91,990 


$179,272 


Everett. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Veterinary Hospital, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 3, 


7,000 


29,000 


- 


- 


1,500 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Wall Paper House, 


Aug. 11, 


Aug. 7, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- 


3 7,500 


31,097 


15,829 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Water Power Com- 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 28, 


Mch. 31, 


4 _ 


162,400 


- 


- 


11,073 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Waterproof Clothing 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,205 


4,921 


20,359 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Wharf Company, The, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000,000 


7,469,126 


- 


- 


54,420 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boston Wholesale Grocery 


Dec. 4, 


Oct. 1, 


Sept. 10, 


51,000 


- 


- 


87,219 


7,271 


Company, The, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boston Willow Furniture 


July 13, 


June 1, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 




98 


12,598 


5,069 


Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Boston Woven Hose and Rub- 


Oct. 30, 


Oct. 5, 


Aug. 31, 


2,550,000 


1,217,079 


757,637 


821,646 


913,674 


ber Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston Yarn Company, Bos- 


Mch. 24, 


21 Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


481,595 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bosworth & Beal Inc., Co- 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


4,436 


3,859 


hasset. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boughton Door Company, 


May 1, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


24 1,769 


- 


352 


78 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boulevard Auto Company, 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 21, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


14,042 


4,152 


641 


3,025 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boulevard Pharmacy, 


Apr. 23, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3 4,000 


- 


Everett. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bourn-Hadley Company, 


Sept. 1, 


Aug. 10, 


June 30, 


45,000 


45,672 


with R. E. 


32,006 


21,091 


Templeton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bourne Mills, Fall River, 


Nov. 9, 
1914. 


Oct. 21, 
1914. 


Sept. 26, 
1914. 


1,000,000 


190,000 


937,731 


198,365 


57,331 


Boutwell Bros. Incorporated, 


Deo. 1, 


Nov. 3, 


Sept. 30, 


60,000 


2,492 


2' 5,031 


68,251 


16,962 


Lowell (for 1913). 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Boutwell Bros. Incorporated, 


Nov. 17, 


Nov. 2, 


Sept. 30, 


60,000 


2,492 


27 5,240 


62,114 


16,157 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bow Ridge Development Com- 


July 3, 


June 1, 


June 1, 


25,000 


4,763 


2,500 


- 


505 


pany, The, Boston. 
Bowditch & Clapp Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Jan. 17, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 15, 


80,000 


- 


- 


61,403 


100,953 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bowenville Coal Company, 


Apr. 16, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


40,000 


35,800 


7,788 


26,a79 


52,778 


The, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bowie Manufacturing Com- 


Sept. 1, 


June 1, 


May 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bowker Fertilizer Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


21,386 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bowker Torrey Company, 


May 14, 


21 May 6, 


Dec. 31, 


225,000 


3,000 


82 22,122 


54,730 


49,081 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Boyajian's Pharmacy, Bos- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 17, 


5,000 


- 


375 


4,325 


460 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boyce Cigar Company, Bos- 


Aug. 8, 


May 12, 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,518 


2,975 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boyd Motor Company, Bos- 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


3,986 


- 


- 


5,247 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boyd Transportation Com- 


Apr. 3, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 1, 


1,000 


- 


. 


2,800 


1.504 


pany, The, Brockton. 
Boyden and Company, Incor- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Aug. 25, 


=6 July 27, 


Mch. 15, 


10,000 


- 


1,100 


with 


4,405 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








m'ch'y 





1 Patent rights. 

2 Good will. 

' And fixtures. 

4 1,854 shares preferred stock, par 
value $25. 94,416 shares com- 
mon stock, par value not fixed. 

' Bonds of 1 893 in treasury. 



6 Deficit, which does not include 

capital stock. 
' Coupons outstanding. 
8 Interest on coupons outstanding 

since maturity. 
8 Bonds of 1893 outstanding. 
10 Scrip exchangeable for bonds. 



11 Furniture and fixtures. 

12 Supplies on hand. 

13 Investments. 

!■' U. S. income tax withheld. 
15 Contingent fund. 
w Repair and depreciation fund. 
1' Equipment. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



217 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 




i 

a 
1 


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O 


i 

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a 

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oS 

to 
2 


1 


1 S50,000 


- 


- 


8390,066 


1300,000 


850,741 


- 


- 


839,325 


- 


8390,066 


2 2,000 


- 


- 


32,500 


7,000 


500 


824,000 


- 


- 


81,000 


32,500 


2 10,000 


- 


- 


64,426 


40,000 


5,134 


- 


816,200 


- 


3,092 


64,426 


- 


5 $158,000 
"107 

12 10 

13 252,000 
1' 6,174 


6S252,135 


583,608 

26,602 

7,775,546 

100,664 


4_ 

6,000 

6,000,000 

42,075 


' 61,800 

8 126,744 

16,384 

41,871 


9 390,000 
w 5,064 

1,500,000 
15 56,429 


1,970 
27,220 


2,248 

16 191,857 

18 800 


15,918 


583,608 

26,602 

7,775,546 

100,664 


- 


- 


- 


17,765 


10,000 


5,706 


- 


- 


2,059 


- 


17,765 


u 


13 50,000 
22 375 


- 


3,710,037 

531,970 

8,295 


1,750,000 

100,000 

5,100 


48,304 
19 7,799 
32,799 

3,072 


- 


348,000 
287,000 


1,460,043 

20 95,891 

107,171 

23 5,000 


with 
surplus 
123 


3,710,037 

531,970 

8,295 


1 23,837 
2 3,500 
2 3,000 


25 288 


1,416 


31,240 


30,000 


1,240 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31,240 


- 


- 


24,860 


10,000 


1,572 


4,000 


- 


- 


9,288 


24,860 


2 1,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


: 


: 


~ 


98,769 
1,383,427 


45,000 
1,000,000 


34,709 


: 


with acots. 
payable 
329,000 


16,500 
26 2,560 


54,427 


98,769 
1,383,427 


- 


28 630 


- 


93,366 


60,000 


15,511 


- 


16,000 


- 


1,855 


93,366 


- 


28 859 


2,587 


89,449 


60,000 


13,449 


- 


29 16,000 


- 


- 


89,449 


- 


30 2,000 


14,193 


23,961 


16,950 


1,823 


- 


5,188 


- 


- 


23,961 


- 


- 


- 


162,356 


80,000 


51,348 


- 




31,008 


- 


162,356 


- 


- 


- 


122,745 


40,000 


41,928 


- 


- 


- 


40,817 


122,745 


1 12,500 


- 


1,220 


13,720 


12,500 


40 




1,180 






13,720 


- 


- 


31 968,614 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000,000 


2 101,900 


- 


- 


230,833 


177,200 


51,770 


- 


- 


- 


1,863 


230,833 


- 


- 


- 


5,160 


5,000 


160 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,160 


33 2,500 

34 2,154 


- 


9,388 


9,147 
18,621 


2,800 
10,000 


5,259 
8,621 


- 


- 


- 


1,088 


9,147 
18,621 


- 


- 


- 


4,304 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,304 


4,304 


- 


- 


- 


5,505 


30 


3,485 


- 


- 


- 


1,990 


5,505 



18 Reserve. 

1' Accrued wagra. 

20 Guarantee account. 

21 Adjourned. 

22 Unexpired insurance. 

23 Reserve account. 



24 And patterns, drawings, models 

and oflSce equipment. 

25 Tools. 

26 Undivided profits. 

2' And working equipment. 

28 Suspense account. 

29 Bank loans. 



30 Shares in other companies. 

31 And assets distributed to stockholders. 

32 And furniture, fixtures, horses and wagons. 

33 Trade-marks. 

34 Good will and equipment. 

35 Date of postponement. 



218 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPOR-'^- 
TION. 



-ate 



Boylston Bottling Company, 
Boston. 

Boylston Dental Laboratory 

Company, Boston. 
Boylston Market Association, 

the, Boston. 
Boylston Realty Corporation, 

Boston. 
Boylston Teaming Company, 

Clinton. 
Boynton and Plummer, Inc., 

Worcester. 
Boynton Coal Company (In- 
corporated), Gloucester. 
Brackett-Parker Company, 

Boston. 
Bradbury Company, The, 

Boston. 
Bradford Yarn Mills, Warren, 

Bradlee and Chatman Com- 
pany, The, Boston. 

Bradley Fertilizer Company, 
Boston. 

Bradley Rug Co., Plymouth, 

Bradstreet Heel Company, 

Haverhill. 
Bragdon-Jones Company, 

Boston. 
Braintree Rubber Cement 

Company, Braintree. 
Brandt Leather Company, 

Boston. 
Brandt Leather Corporation, 

Boston. 
Brant Rock House Co., 

Marshfield. 
Breck-Robinson Nursery 

Company, Boston. 
Breck Rubber Company, 

Springfield. 
Breed Coal Company, Lynn, 

Brennan Boot and Shoe Com- 
pany, Natick. 

Breslin & Campbell, Inc., 
Boston. 

Breton Coal Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Brewer & Company Inc., 
Fall River. 

Brewer Elevator Company, 
Boston. 

Brewster Hotel Company, 
Boston. 

Bridge Company, The, Ar- 
lington. • 

Bridgewater Ice and Coal 
Company, The, Bridge- 
water. 



Feb. 26, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


July 3, 


July 2, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 28, 


Dec. 2, 


Nov. 30, 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 


Sept. 3, 


' Aug. 6, 


June 30, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Apr. 16, 


7 Apr. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


Feb. 10, 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 3, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


June 2, 


8 - 


Feb. 28, 


1914. 




1914. 


Feb. 10, 


Feb. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1908. 


1913. 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


June 23, 


June 1, 


May 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1912. 


1912. 


June 26, 


Mch. 8, 


Feb. 28, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Nov. 21, 


July 15, 


June 27, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Nov. 30, 


July 16, 


June 27, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Sept. 28, 


Aug. 3, 


May 15, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 20, 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Aug. 7, 


May 9, 


Apr. 30, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Nov. 12, 


Nov. 9, 


Nov. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


Feb. 14, 


Oct. 6, 


Oct. 1, 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 


July 17, 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


July 23, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


iyi4. 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


July 2, 


May 12, 


Apr. 30, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 



$6,500 

10,000 

1,000,000 

105,000 

5,000 
15,000 
10,000 
75,000 
38,000 

5,500 
30,000 

5,000 
35,000 

5,000 
50,000 
12,000 
25,000 

1,000 

1,000 
25,000 

5,000 
20,000 
20,000 
500,000 
250,000 
45,000 

10,000 
10,000 
20,000 
25,000 



Assets. 





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>> 


ll^-s 




U-^is^ 






.a 




§ 


caSSm a 


s 


S 



!,171,375 
150,000 



1,200 



52,000 



13,500 



4,926 



50,000 
9,000 

25,000 
9,223 



5,069 
10,000 



- 


$1,295 


S320 


1,065 


10,000 


8,264 


600 


6,318 


- 


1,500 


5,500 


2,670 


- 


6,422 


19,116 


22,042 


2,243 


4,569 


3,840 


22,582 


2,783 


211,085 


- 


12,896 


- 


900 


- 


50,500 


- 


5,000 


5,989 


46,265 


- 


223,237 


- 


32,996 


6,000 


2,585 


- 


7,257 


- 


14,885 


5,892 


4,550 



1 Good will. 

2 Horses and vehicles. 

3 Fixtures. 

* Insurance and taxes prepaid. 

' Value of leaae. 



" Horses and wagons. 
' Adjourned. 
8 None held in 1914. 
6 Expenses prepaid. 



1° Accrued dividend. 
" Reserves. 

" Treasury common stock. 
13 Interest and insurance une.x- 
pired. 



1914.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



219 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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■< 


&< 


6h 


CC 


£ 


E-i 


1 S14,000 


2 81,400 

3 730 

« 1,206 


- 


824,818 


$6,500 


Sl,118 


- 


812,522 


84,678 


- 


824,818 


11,737 


- 


- 


6,879 


6,000 


879 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,879 


- 


- 


- 


2,280,171 


1,000,000 


- 


8450,000 


- 


- 


8830,171 


2,280,171 


- 


5 29,500 


- 


180,311 


105,000 


- 


75,000 


- 


311 


- 


180,311 


- 


6 2,000 


§3,000 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


20,767 


15,000 


612 


- 


3,331 


- 


1,824 


20,767 


- 


- 


- 


16,968 


5,200 


221 


800 


8,012 


- 


2,735 


16,968 




- 


- 


12,348 


10,000 


939 


- 


- 


- 


1,409 


12,348 


- 


- 


32,554 


84,575 


38,000 


- 


35,000 


11,575 


- 


- 


84,575 


- 


- 


- 


8,370 


5,500 


2,760 


- 


_ 


- 


110 


8,370 


- 


3 3,261 
9 302 


- 


67,040 


30,000 


18,938 
10 1,500 


- 




11 2,066 


14,536 


67,040 


1 5,000 


- 




5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


1 7,500 


12 2,500 
13 478 




78,661 


35,000 


26,029 

"164 

15 40 


7,500 


7,500 


2,428 


- 


78,661 


- 


- 




10,654 


5,000 


3,231 


- 


2,250 


- 


173 


10,654 


1 48,850 


- 


1,757 


52,460 


50,000 


2,460 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52,460 


- 


- 


- 


44,821 


12,000 


13,167 


- 


- 


- 


19,654 


44,821 


- 


16 1,000 
"159 


- 


268,129 


25,000 


237,943 


- 


- 


18 882 

19 450 


3,854 


268,129 


- 


- 


- 


24,886 


1,000 


23,510 


- 


- 


- 


376 


24,886 


- 


- 


- 


1,275 


1,000 


275 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,275 


- 


20 12,000 


- 


75,311 


25,000 


41,037 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


- 


9,274 


75,311 


- 


3 250 


- 


7,146 


5,000 


1,050 


- 


- 


- 


1,096 


7,146 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


20,000 


1,650 


20,000 


- 


- 


8,350 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


119,062 


20,000 


52,112 


- 


- 


- 


46,950 


119,062 


231,629 


- 


- 


568,890 


500,000 


10,050 


- 


- 


- 


58,840 


568,890 


- 


- 


231,946 


256,946 


250,000 


6,946 


- 


- 


- 


- 


256,946 


- 


3 2,058 

21 1,888 

22377 


- 


72,059 


45,000 


9,298 


- 


17,000 


- 


761 


72,059 


1 2,000 


- 


- 


15,847 


10,000 


5,790 


- 


- 


- 


57 


15,847 


1300 


23 350 


28,694 


52,468 


300 


45,575 


6,593 


- 


- 


- 


52,468 


- 


- 


- 


28,902 


20,000 


8,839 


- 


- 


63 


- 


28,902 


- 


- 


- 


26,382 


20,000 


5,228 


- 


- 


- 


1,154 


26,382 



1'' Accrued interest. 
1^ Due on insurance. 
16 Securities. 
" Prepaid expense. 



18 Depreciation reserve. 

19 Tax reserve. 

20 Greenhouses, horses, vehicles and 

tools. 



21 Horse, wagon and automobile. 
2- Prepaid insurance and interest. 
23 Prepaid license. 



220 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Bridgewater Shoe Factory 
Company, Bridgewater. 

Bridgham and Smith Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Brierly-Lombard Company, 
The, Worcester. 

Briggs and AUyn Manufac- 
turing Company, Lawrence, 

Briggs Carriage Company, 
Amesbury. 

Brigham Company, The, 
Springfield. 

Brighton Coal Company, 
Boston. 

Brighton Cold Storage Ware- 
house Company, Boston. 

Brighton Dressed Meat Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Brightwood Manufacturing 
Company, The, North An- 
dover. 

Bristol Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration, New Bedford. 

Britton-Stevens Motors Cor- 
poration, Cambridge. 

Broadfield Poultry Farm, 
Inc., Bolton. 

Broadway Amusement Com- 
pany, Everett. 

Broadway Extension Poultry 
Company, The, Boston. 

Broadway Iron Foundry 
Company, Cambridge. 

Broadway Pharmacy, Incor- 
porated, Cambridge. 

Broadway Storage Company, 
Boston. 

Broadway Theatre Company, 
Springfield. 

Broadway Theatre Company 
of Lawrence, Lawrence. 

Brockton Auto Exchange, 
Brockton. 

Brockton Box Toe Corpora- 
tion, Brockton. 

Brockton Co-operative Boot 
and Shoe Company, Brock- 
ton. 

Brockton Die Company, 
Brockton. 

Brockton Drug Company, 
Brockton. 

Brockton Hebrew Loan Cor- 
poration, The, Brockton. 

Brockton Heel Company, 
Brockton. 

Brockton Ice & Coal Com- 
pany, Brockton. 

Brockton Ideal Box Com- 
pany, The, Brockton. 



Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Dec. 11, 

1913. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 

Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Sept. 4, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
June 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 

Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
Dec. 23, 

1913. 

Mch. 10, 
1914. 

Feb. 17, 
1914. 



Feb. 19 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
■ Apr. 9 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 3 

1914. 
Feb. 13 

1914. 
May 5 

1914. 
Dec. 1 

1913. 
June 1 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 

Nov. 24, 

1913. 
Jan. 13 

1914. 
Feb. 6, 

1914. 
June 3 

1914. 
Jan. 13 

1914. 
Feb. 3 

1914. 
Jan. 5 

1914. 
Aug. 3, 

1914. 
Mch. 2 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
20 Mch. 28 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 

Jan. 31 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
Jan. 26, 

1914. 
Dec. 10, 

1913. 

Jan. 26 
1914. 

Jan. 14 
1914. 



Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
May 31, 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1913. 

Sept. 27, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
July 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Nov. 30, 

1913. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Nov. 13, 

1913. 

Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 15, 

1913. 
Dec. 29, 

1913. 
Oct. 1, 

1913. 

Dec. 31, 
1913. 

Dec. 31, 
1913. 



S36,600 
50,000 
150,000 
115,000 
50,000 
25,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
20,000 

1,000,000 
50,000 
10,000 
25,000 
15,000 
43,000 

4,000 

100,000 

40,000 

12,000 

5,000 
10,000 
25,500 

15,000 

5,000 

5,000 

300,000 

100,000 
100,000 



Assets. 







Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 




$21,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


842,375 


S28,498 


- 


- 


36,052 


18,301 


65,000 


£4,500 


100,790 


76,936 


22,000 


4,000 


10,741 


41,411 


- 


6 22,477 


35,168 


55,376 


^ 3,000 


- 


2,646 


6,597 


- 


2,194 


7,044 


52,918 


103,000 


43,000 


296,493 


49,112 


367,997 


830,991 


507,031 


121,041 


- 


5,542 


10,962 


8,254 


11,822 


952 


379 


767 


- 


1* 1,340 


- 


473 


- 


- 


1,274 


8,117 


24,000 


5,000 


4,550 


18,539 


- 


- 


5,569 


1,840 


150,000 


- 


- 


1,835 


- 


- 


- 


1,401 


85,000 


- 


2,000 


2,173 


- 


- 


2,501 


1,555 


- 


4,440 


4,775 


5,104 


28,713 


8,047 


115,577 


189,425 


- 


7,129 


2,852 


4,000 


- 


1,800 


3,000 


200 


- 


- 


- 


4,660 


44,097 


75,840 


155,247 


139,514 


96,989 


3,346 


13,808 


26,108 


7,142 


3,438 


3,287 


2,932 



1 In lieu of annual. 

2 Good will. 

' Interest and taxes accrued. 
< Reserves for machinery. 
6 Horses and wagons. 



6 And furniture and fixtures. 
' Buildings on leased land. 
8 Horses, wagons and equipment. 
' Insurance expired. 
1" Accrued interest not due. 



11 Patent rights, 

12 Live stock, 
w Mortgage. 

1' And fixtures. 
15 Lease value. 



1914.1 



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221 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


is. . 

a a g 

f2 


i 
J 

.s 


)3 


3 




if 

< 


"S 
-a 
a 

ii 


1 

a S 
'■3 a 


"3, 
1 


1 

-a 
§ 

ya 
S 

P4 


1 


- 


- 


S24,300 


S45,300 


836,600 


88,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


845,300 


- 


- 


1,127 


72,000 


40,000 


11,100 


820,900 


_ 


- 


- 


72,000 


2 sio.ooo 


- 


13,883 


78,236 


65,000 


13,236 


- 


- 


- 


- 


78,236 


~ 


5 8350 


_ 


247,226 
78,502 


115,000 
50,000 


42,924 

3 3,120 

3,402 


32,800 
4,075 


88,104 
6,472 


832,028 
4 7,500 


85,750 
14,553 


247,226 
78,502 


- 


- 


- 


113,021 


25,000 


5,101 


- 


66,000 


16,920 


- 


113,021 


- 


8 3,000 


- 


15,243 


10,000 


2,743 


- 


2,500 


- 


- 


15,243 


- 


- 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


62,156 


10,000 


7,464 




- 


40,000 


4,692 


62,156 


- 


9 4,126 


- 


495,731 


20,000 


126,924 
10 509 




50,000 


298,298 


- 


495,731 


- 


- 


- 


1,827,060 


1,000,000 


30,140 


- 


433,000 


- 


363,920 


1,827,060 


2 15,000 


- 


- 


39,758 


30,000 


873 


- 


8,569 


- 


316 


39,758 


" 1,872 


12 9,248 


- 


25,040 


9,000 


376 


13 4,500 


10,784 


380 


- 


25,040 


2 2,000 


15 12,000 


4,290 


20,103 


20,000 


103 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,103 


" 5,000 


- 


- 


14,391 


8,200 


5,196 


- 


- 


- 


995 


14,391 


- 


- 


- 


52,089 


43,000 


1,134 


- 


- 


7,955 


- 


52,089 


2 3,000 


"475 


2,784 


13,668 


4,000 


2,968 


- 


6,700 


- 


- 


13,668 


2 56,887 


18 2,068 
19 50,000 


_ 


203,903 
58,288 


100,000 
40,000 


_ 
18,288 


75,000 


- 


- 


28,903 


203,903 
58,288 


- 


- 


- 


89,173 


12,000 


268 


75,000 


- 


- 


1,905 


89,173 


- 


- 


2,910 


6,966 


4,700 


2,266 


- 




- 


- 


6,966 


2 2,000 


- 


2,802 


19,121 


10,000 


9,121 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,121 


2 2,500 


2185 

22 900 

23 673 


6,186 


343,420 
22,667 


25,500 
11,590 


14,497 
6,759 




4,318 


22,955 


280,468 


343,420 
22,667 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


319 


4,979 


4,160 


819 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,979 


11 10,000 

2' 60,000 
2 4,000 


2^ 2,707 

215,100 

25 10,800 

6 9,930 

28 533 


845 
7,446 


443,305 

211,559 

28,245 


267,500 

98,450 
9,500 


32,519 

17,250 
223 


13 6,900 

75,000 
14,000 


92,655 

19,859 
4,522 


40,270 
26 3,461 

26 1,000 


- 


443,305 

211,559 
28,245 



16 Good will and leases. 
1' Mortgage owned. 

18 Mass. Gas Co. bonds. 

19 Common stock of company. 

20 Adjourned. 



21 Stock in other companies. 

22 Treasury stock. 

23 Prepaid item. 

2< Prepaid interest and insurance. 



25 Stock in this company. 

26 Reserve. 

2' Good will and leases. 
28 Unexpired insurance. 



222 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





% 






=a 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 




a 

1 


a 

a 

.2 


C3 

O 

-s 


1 





actures, 
chandiae, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


It 






S 


a 


■a 3 

-gCQ 


■a 




anut 
Men 
Mat 
Stoc 
ess. 






^ 


a 


a 


< 


(S 


S 


S 


Q 


Brockton Last Co., Brock- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


S150,000 


$40,733 


1 $22,878 


$23,000 


$69,474 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brockton-Lowell Amusement 


Nov. 13, 


5- 


Nov. 5, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Co., Brockton. 


1914. 




1914. 












Brockton Motor Exchange 


Mch. 31, 


Mch. 26, 


Feb. 15, 


3,000 


_ 


- 


1,725 


1,275 


Co., Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brockton Mowing Machine 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


3,000 


- 


- 


Cutter-Bar Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brockton. 


















Brockton Publishing Com- 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


- 


- 


2,516 


11,437 


pany, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brockton Shoe Company, 


Dec. 10, 


Nov. 17, 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Brockton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Brockton Shoe Company, 


Nov. 21, 


Nov. 16, 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Brockton (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brockton Transportation 


Dec. 20, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 1, 


25,000 


15,000 


32,630 


- 


26,454 


Company, Brockton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Brockton Webbing Company, 


Sept. 10, 


9 Sept. 2, 


June 1, 


10,000 


12,500 


24,000 


11,442 


27,843 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brockton Welting Company, 


June 3, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


20,322 


13,117 


145,787 


75,193 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brockway-Smith Corporation, 


Mch. 7, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 31, 


40,000 


3,000 


5,000 


138,922 


272,823 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brodfelt Worsted Company, 


July 20, 


Feb. 3, 


Feb. 3, 


30,000 


15,000 


15,000 


800 


- 


Clinton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bromfield Press, The, Boston, 


May 18, 
1914. 


Jan. 22, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


- 


400 


- 


30 


Bronson Building Company, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 24, 


Mch. 24, 


80,000 


145,000 


- 


- 


1,844 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bronze Weather Strip Co., 


Nov. 6, 


12 _ 


July 31, 


50,000 


- 


468 


1,233 


1,019 


Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Brookline Chemical Company, 


Jan. 17, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,110 


3,662 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brookline Pro-vision Com- 


June 19, 


May 4, 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


905 


5,369 


pany, Brookline. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brookline Storage Warehouse, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


10,195 


Brookline. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brookmede Farm Company, 


Aug. 7, 


July 6, 


June 1, 


100,000 


10,000 


200 


- 


- 


New Marlborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brooks Bank Note Company, 


Mch. 31, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 1, 


90,000 


75,000 


78,048 


80,100 


68,996 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brooks Construction and 


Apr. 13, 


9 Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


1,000 


5,091 


7,665 


Lumber Co., The, New- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












buryport. 


















Brooks Manufacturing Com- 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 1, 


35,000 


- 


11,631 


10,186 


30,403 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brookside Worsted Mills, 


June 23, 


June 20, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


160,682 


58,399 


4,317 


6,429 


Chelmsford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brophy-Barrabee-B r o p h y 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


11,108 


6,391 


23,637 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brophy Bros. Shoe Co., Lynn, 


July 11, 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


100,000 


- 


24,976 


132,244 


151,900 


Brown & Company, Inc., 


Oct. 24, 


July 1, 


Mch. 30, 


25,000 


- 


500 


8,672 


35,738 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brown & Simonds Company, 


Apr. 28, 


Mch. 21, 


Deo. 31, 


40,000 


30,142 


30,293 


39,142 


16,285 


The, Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Brown Bag Filling Machine 


May 21, 


May 19, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


60,519 


19,688 


18,570 


42,043 


Co., The, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Brown-Binnian Company, 


June 23, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 1, 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


1,907 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 And equipment. 

2 Good will. 

' Autos, horses and wagons. 

* Prepaid expenses. 

!• None held since organization. 



^ Two roller coaster plants. 
' Patent rights. 

8 Machinery rent, taxes, and insur- 

ance unexpired. 

9 Adjourned. 



1" Mortgage. 

" And office fixtures. 

12 None held in 1914. 

13 Secret formulae. 
i< Fixtures. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



223 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




3 
1 

1 


i 

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o 

Ph 


03 

H 


o 

J 

a, 
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k 

s 

g =« 
< 


1 

l| 

3 " 


1 

-a 

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o S 

s 


3 
3 

CO 


1 


"3 


2 S5,000 


3 83,000 

« 2,657 

6 21,228 


- 


8166,742 
21,228 


$150,000 
1,000 


$11,682 
^,228 


- 


- 


$5,060 


- 


8166,742 
21,228 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


7 10,000 


- 


- 


13,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


$3,000 


- 


- 


13,000 


- 


8 1,339 


- 


15,292 


8,000 


723 


- 


- 


- 


86,569 


15,292 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


~ 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 




- 


- 


74,084 


24,800 


11,989 


- 


5,000 


32,295 


- 


74,084 


- 


- 


- 


75,785 


10,000 


27,021 


i» $7,000 


31,547 


- 


217 


75,785 


- 


11 3,847 


- 


258,266 


20,000 


95,873 


66,265 


20,000 


- 


56,128 


258,266 


- 


- 


- 


419,745 


40,000 


15,408 


- 


162,500 


201,837 


- 


419,745 


- 


- 


831,292 


62,092 


25,950 


5,793 


6,600 


23,749 


- 


- 


62,092 


- 


- 


1,786 


2,216 


1,800 


41 


375 


- 


- 


- 


2,216 


- 


- 


9,156 


156,000 


80,000 


- 


65,000 


11,000 


- 


- 


156,000 


' 37,501 


- 


1,274 


41,495 


40,000 


577 


- 


918 


- 


- 


41,495 


2 250 


13 250 


- 


5,272 


1,000 


316 


- 


- 


- 


3,956 


5,272 


- 


"500 


8,973 


15,747 


10,000 


5,747 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,747 


: 


15 438 

16 100 


89,800 


10,733 
100,000 


5,000 
100,000 


217 


- 


: 


- 


5,516 


10,733 
100,000 


- 


11,000 


: 


313,144 
13,756 


75,300 
5,000 


5,470 
4,242 


39,000 


32,000 


1' 2,298 
18 42,295 


116,781 
4,514 


313,144 
13,756 


2 10,000 


- 


- 


62,220 


35,000 


1,979 


15,245 


- 


6,595 


3.401 


62,220 


2 1,500 


W274 
21 1,000 

22 371 


20,822 
65 


250,923 

34,072 

309,120 


100,000 
25,000 
100,000 


62,923 
9,001 

23 71 

86,620 


i» 50,000 


36,000 
20 2,000 

122,500 


- 


- 


250,923 

34,072 

309,120 


- 


- 


10,835 


55,745 


25,000 


, 20,143 


- 


10,602 


- 


- 


55,745 


- 


- 


- 


115,862 


30,000 


8,987 


10,500 


29,409 


24 15,232 


21,734 


115,862 


- 


25 7,687 


- 


148,507 


20,000 


3,998 


40,000 


20,000 


64,509 


- 


148,507 


~ 


26 30,000 


1,504 


33,411 


2,500 


1,740 


- 


15,000 
27 14,171 


- 


- 


33,411 



15 Prepaid insurance. 

w Furniture. 

1' Accrued items. 

1' Reserves for depreciation. 

1' Insurance. 



20 Loan. 

21 Office furniture. 

22 Prepaid expense. 

23 Accrued expense. 



24 Reserve. 

25 Stocks and bonds. 

26 Stocks and securities. 
2' Demand loans. 



224 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates op Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 






Brown-Conant, Inc., Boston, 

Brown Credit Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Brown-DavLs Hardware Com- 
pany, Worcester. 

Brown, De Loriea Company, 
Boston. 

Brown Durrell Co., Boston, 

Brown Engine Company, 
The, Fitchburg. 

Brown Folding Stool Com- 
pany, Everett. 

Brown Garage and Carriage 
Co., Boston. 

Brown-Gates Company, 
Springfield. 

Brown-Howland Company, 
Boston. 

Brown-Rawson Garage Co., 
Gardner. 

Brown-Wales Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Browne Apparatus Company, 
Boston. 

Brownell Boston Company, 
Boston. 

Browning, King & Company, 
Inc., Boston. 

Brown's Enamel Works, Inc., 
Fitchburg. 

Brown's Letters, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Bruce-Heustis Electric Co., 
Fitchburg. 

Brunswick, Balke, Collender 
Company, Boston. 

Brunswick Company, The, 
Boston. 

Brunswick Realty Company, 
Boston. 

Brush Hat Manufacturing 
Company, Lawrence. 

Bryant & Ordway Company, 
Boston. 

Bryant Box Company, The, 
Westfield. 

Bryant Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 

Bryning Shelf Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Buchanan and Bolt Wire 
Company, Holyoke. 

Buck Printing Company, 
Bo.ston. 

Buckley Automatic Flag-pole 
Company, Boston. 

Buckley's Incorporated, 
Haverhill. 



May 1, 

1914. 
July 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
June 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 17, 

1914. 
May 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Sept. 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Dec. 22, 

1913. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
May 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Apr. 9, 

1914. 
July 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Apr. 28, 

1914. 

Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
May 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 



Jan. 7, 

1914. 
July 23, 

1914. 
July 9, 

1912. 
May 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Apr. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Dec. 12, 

1913. 
Mch. 9, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 3, 

1914. 
"Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Aug. 11, 

1914. 
May 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
June 8, 

1914. 
Jan. 21, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
Mch. 3, 

1914. 

Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 



Jan. . 1 

1914. 
June '^O, 

1914. 
June 30, 

1913 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Apr. 10 

1914. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
May 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Sept. 1 

1913. 
Dec. 27, 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Deo. 31 

1913. 
June 30 

1914. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 1 

1913. 
Sept. 30, 

1913. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 

Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 



810,000 
3,000 

100,000 

30,000 

1,000,000 

150,000 
20,000 
20,000 
50,000 
50,000 
5,000 

300,000 
5,000 
10,000 
50,000 
15,000 
30,000 
50,000 
20,000 
10,100 

100,000 
25,000 
10,000 
24,000 
25,000 

5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

100,000 

10,000 



Assets. 



1 


>> 

1 
".3 


Manufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


-Q . 


- 


- 


$4,035 


$2,577 


- 


- 


- 


8,581 


- 


- 


43 


- 


- 


- 


6,691 


27,904 


$31,743 


5 $64,784 


1,178,304* 


1,690,559 


50,000 


16,084 


62,721 


8,172 


- 


600 


500 


450 


- 


- 


7,000 


7,000 


- 


- 


10,542 


8,460 


- 


9 1,399 


18,433 


41,551 


- 


7,641 


935 


3,460 


292,116 


12,721 


262,979 


158,153 


- 


- 


13,498 


19,744 


- 


- 


112,146 


20,193 


9,305 


1,000 


797 


3,115 


- 


- 


400 


9,014 


- 


5,565 


21,687 


17,622 


- 


2,216 


12,7,68 


106,809 


- 


20 


2,000 


509 


90,200 


- 


- 


- 


967 


32,998 


53,226 


18,431 


- 


100 


19,600 


35,524 


30,957 


6,053 


11,284 


11,537 


18,205 


7,881 


2,046 


633 


30,225 


25,072 


48,522 


20,851 


- 


4,201 


12,852 


17,204 


- 


- 


3,057 


530 


~ 


~ 


12,771 


3,243 



1 Furniture and fixtures. 

2 Furniture. 

2 Suspense account. 



< Patent rights. 
5 And fixtures. 
" Advance payments. 



' Prepaid duties, insurance, etc. 

8 Good will. 

' And equipment. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



225 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


11% 

CM 


i 

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U3 

o 


"3 
o 


O 

"3 


< 


J. 

1 
a 


■c 

C 

a S 

O <D 


_3 

"c. 

s 


o 


3 
o 


- 


i$678 


$1,269 


88,559 


$6,000 


$2,559 


- 


- 




- 


$8,559 


- 


2 488 


- 


9,069 


3,000 


2,000 


- 


- 


3 $4,069 


- 


9,069 


4 $66,000 


- 


1,387 


67,430 


67,430 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67,430 


- 


1250 


13,904 


48,749 


30,000 


3,749 


- 


$15,000 


- 


- 


48,749 


4 50,000 
8 30,000 
4 19,000 


6 715,234 
7 25,888 


3,005 


3,706,512 
219,982 
20,450 


1,000,000 
150,000 
20,000 


307,185 

19,982 

300 


- 


1,364,067 
50,000 

_ 


1,035,260 


$150 


3,706,512 
219,982 
20,450 


8 2,000 


- 


16,186 


32,186 


20,000 


4,335 


$358 


7,493 


- 


- 


32,186 


8 1,000 


1 1,660 


679 


22,341 


11,000 


9,341 


- 


2,000 


- 


. - 


22,341 


8 10,000 


10 9,000 
117,057 


2,466 


87,440 
14,502 


42,200 
4,000 


28,512 
1,682 




15,968 

8,820 


: 


760 


87,440 
14,502 


- 


- 


- 


725,969 


300,000 


52,713 


162,500 


155,609 


- 


55,147 


725,969 


« 4,700 


- 


2,567 


7,267 


5,000 


2,267 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,267 


- 


2 1,813 


5,590 


40,645 


10,000 


2,606 


- 


28,039 


- 


- 


40,645 


- 


12 6,845 


- 


139,184 


50,000 


89,184 


- 


- 


- 


- 


139,184 


8 8,200 


- 


- 


22,417 


15,000 


3,617 


3,800 


- 


- 


- 


22,417 


8 15,000 


" 12,625 


- 


37,039 


30,000 


546 


- 


- 


- 


6,493 


37,039 


8 14,000 


- 


- 


58,874 


38,900 


17,171 


- 


- 


2,803 


- 


58,874 


- 


- 


- 


121,793 


20,000 


101,793 


- 


- 




- 


121,793 


8 4,000 


- 


4,171 


10,700 


10,100 


600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,700 


- 


- 


- 


90,200 


90,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90,200 


- 


- 


14,941 


120,563 


25,000 


363 


95,200 


- 


- 


- 


120,563 


- 


- 


- 


55,224 


10,000 


6,184 


- 


10,000 


29,040 


- 


55,224 


- 


- 


- 


59,831 


24,000 


30,237 


- 


- 


- 


5,594 


59,831 


n 




7,151 
4,999 


35,916 
5,000 


13,300 
5,000 


3,876 

15 15,359 

16 334 




3,047 






35,916 
5,000 


* 5,000 


- 


- 


129,670 


50,000 


29,936 


- 


- 


49,734 


- 


129,670 


- 


- 


- 


34,257 


10,000 


9,115 


- 


7,795 


- 


7,347 


34,257 


i 39,361 
8 1,500 
8 1,000 


i'269 
" 7,910 
12 4,826 
" 1,000 

18 244 


1,856 
10,304 


54,483 
33,388 


50,000 
7,150 


158 
20,038 


- 


4,325 
6,200 


- 


- 


54,483 
33,388 



1° Securities. 

11 Advanced expenses. 

12 Fixtures. 



13 Should have been held. 
" Treasury stock. 
15 Due on real estate. 



IS Interest due. 

1' Tools. 

18 Prepaid interest and insurance. 



226 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 
o 


1 
1 


C3 


'S. 
O 

-s 
SB 

■SOQ 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


g 

03 


anufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


XL . 




^ 


Q 


Q 


^ 


(S 


§ 


S 


o 


Buff & Buff Manufacturing 


May 26, 


iMay 22 


Dec. 31, 


§10,000 


$5,000 


$4,358 


$4,680 


$2,104 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












BufEngton Pharmacy Com- 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


448 


34,720 


33,307 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Buick Boston Company, Bos- 


Feb. 2, 


5 Jan. 5 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


- 


6 2,276 


46,205 


93,350 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Builders and Buyers Mortgage 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 17 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


14,444 


Company, Cambridge. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Builders Iron and Steel Com- 


Apr. 7, 


Jan. 26 


Dec. 31, 


7,000 


- 


15,533 


8,842 


41,133 


pany, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Buildiig Trades' Credit 


Feb. 4, 


Nov. 4 


Nov. 4, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,685 


Agency, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Buildings Repair Company, 


Dec. 18, 


Nov. 18 


Oct. 31, 


10,000 


- 


"100 


600 


3,883 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bulfinch Realty Company, 


Apr. 3, 


5 Apr. 1 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


119,700 


- 


18,300 


1,216 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bullard Company, The, Bos- 


Mch. 23, 


Jan. 26 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,058 


4,646 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bullard Thread Company, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 18 


Nov. 30, 


20,000 


4,028 


80,976 


8,122 


The, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bunker Hill Laundry Com- 


June 11, 


May 4 


Mch. 2, 


60,000 


- 


1,600 


370 


875 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bunkio Matsuki Corporation, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 1 


Sept. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


2,667 


1,438 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Bunting & Emery Company, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 16 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


636 


26,499 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bunting, Stevens Co., Bos- 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 24 


Dec. 31, 


21,000 


- 


- 


15,188 


4,454 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burbank & Ryder Varnish 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 21 


Jan. 1, 


125,000 


31,000 


8,026 


24,981 


88,562 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burbank Brothers Company, 


June 26, 


May 27 


Apr. 1, 


3,000 


23 250 


450 


24 1,268 


2,618 


The, Amesbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burbank Engraving Co., Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


26 3,183 


275 


2,694 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burden & Company Inc., 


Apr. 8, 


Feb. 9 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


8,382 


400 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burden-Bryant Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Mch. 13 


Jan. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


19,694 


10,769 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burdett College, Boston, 


Nov. 5, 
1914. 


Aug. 11 
1914. 


July 31, 
1914. 


25,000 


~ 


~ 


20,553 


18,218 


Burdett Shoe Company, Lynn, 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 


Jan. 14 
1914. 


Oct. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


- 


27 9,997 


23,200 


11,674 


Burditt & Williams Co., Bos- 


May 7, 


Apr. 21 


Jan. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


56,012 


62,002 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bureau, of University Travel 


May 19, 


Jan. 22 


Nov. 1, 


175,000 


- 


- 


32,781 


15,522 


(Inc.), The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burgess Company & Curtis, 


May 29, 


6 May 23 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


4,523 


18,955 


25,729 


Marblehead. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burk Contracting Company, 


May 4, 


6 Mch. 10 


Dec. 20, 


3,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burke and Burke Incorpo- 


July 16, 


June 1 


June 1, 


3,000 


32 3,385 


- 


1,851 


225 


rated, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burke & Company, Inc., Bos- 


Oct. 31, 


6 Oct. 17 


Sept. 1, 


10,000 


300 


300 


10,400 


6,450 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burkinshaw Knife Company, 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 5 


Jan. 5, 


4,500 


2,000 


33 2,600 


- 


- 


Pepperell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burleigh & Martin Incorpo- 


Mch. 23, 


Feb. 9 


, Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


400 


34 2,000 


4,953 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burlingame and Darbys' Com- 


Apr. 6, 


Mch. 3 


Jan. 31, 


40,000 


65,000 


- 


57,637 


44,530 


pany, The, North Adams. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 In lieu of annual. 

2 Patent rights. 

3 Insurance. 

♦ Furniture and fixtures. 

^ Adjourned. 

^ And furniture, etc. 



' Reserve for depreciation. 
8 Accrued interest. 
' Motor trucks. 
1" Office equipment. 

11 Reports in files. 

12 Cost to complete contract. 



13 And tools, implements and office 

fixtures. 

14 Stock in other corporations. 
16 Good will. 

16 Patent rights, trade-marks, cop - 
rights. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



227 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets- 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




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a 


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a 
•-S a 

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3 

CO 


i 


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2 $2,000 


- 


$842 


$18,984 


$10,000 


$984 


$8,000 


- 


- 


- 


$18,984 


- 


3 $300 
* 3,949 


: 


72,724 
141,831 


60,000 
10,000 


1,768 
41,091 


: 


$1,203 


7 $10,000 


$9,753 
80,740 


72,724 
141,831 


- 


8 331 


- 


14,775 


12,500 


8 21 


- 


1,600 


654 


- 


14,775 


- 


9 3,448 


- 


68,956 


7,000 


16,405 


10,450 


3,985 


- 


31,116 


68,956 


: 


10 1,065 
u 12,174 
" 4,900 


4,578 


22,502 
9,483 


15,000 
5,200 


3,351 
2,028 


: 


12 4,151 


1,547 


708 


22,502 
9,483 


15 12,984 


- 


- 


152,200 


150,000 


2,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


152,200 


16 9,400 

"5,600 

W199 


" 2,200 
18 371 


: 


23,275 
93,325 


19,100 
19,900 


3,489 
5,000 


: 


31,800 


36,625 


686 


23,275 
93,325 


w 27,331 


- 


- 


30,176 


30,000 


176 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30.176 


- 


- 


6,658 


10,763 


7,700 


3,063 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,763 


15 15,000 

2 4,117 
15 2,400 


20 2,800 
4 556 

2187 

22 1,500 


3,915 


45,491 
31,661 
152,569 


42,400 
21,000 
76,300 


1,934 
4,178 
13,293 


- 


6,483 


60,332 


1,157 
2,644 


45,491 
31,661 
152,569 


- 


25 500 


51 


5,137 


3,000 


2,137 


- 




- 


- 


5,137 


15 1,000 


- 


1,214 


8,366 


6,000 


566 


- 


1,800 


- 


- 


8,366 


wiOO 
15 1,000 


~ 


428 


10,310 
30,463 


10,000 
3,000 


310 
17,104 


_ 


_ 


8,512 


_ 
1,847 


10,310 
30,463 


- 


- 


- 


38,771 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,771 


38,771 


"" 


~ 


4,683 


49,554 
118,014 


15,000 

28 6,100 

75,000 


5,754 
42,843 


: 


22,700 


- 


171 


49,554 
118,014 


15 100,000 


23 61,562 


- 


209,865 


165,800 


27,658 


- 


8,200 


8,207 


- 


209,865 


3" 25,378 


~ 


62,997 
3,200 


137,582 
4,200 


55,100 
3,000 


1 
1,200 


- 


25,000 
51 57,481 


- 


- 


137,582 
4,200 


- 


- 


3,515 


8,976 


3,000 


5,976 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,976 


- 


- 


- 


17,450 


5,150 


8,370 


- 


- 


. - 


[ 3,930 


17,450 


"500 
15 1,000 


- 


2,747 


8,847 


4,500 


4,347 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,847 


15 45,925 


- 


- 


53,278 


50,000 


3,090 


- 


- 


- 


188 


53,278 


"" 


~ 


~ 


167,167 


40,000 


22,159 


42,000 


- 


7 16,450 


46,558 


167,167 



1' Dies and plates. 

18 Fixtures. 

19 Trade-marks. 

20 Stocks of other companies. 

21 Payments in advance. 

22 Investments. 



25 Stable, leased land. 

2^ And stock. 

25 Horses and teams. 

25 And fixtures. 

2^ And lasts and patterns. 

28 Subscription received on stock. 



29 Yacht "Athena." 

30 Good will, drawings etc 

51 Personal. 

52 Leasehold interest 
55 And dies, etc. 

5* And plant. 



228 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






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and 
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Burnham Railway Appliance 


Mch. 23, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


$50,000 


_ 


' 




_ 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burns Fecht Bicknell Co., 


Oct. 6, 


Aug. 8, 


June 30, 


25,000 


3 85,100 


with R. E. 


$32,945 


$7,789 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burn's River Ice Corporation, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 22, 


6,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,900 


New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burns System, Incorporated, 


Sept. 30, 


July 27, 


July 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


100 


5,870 


Ayer. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burr Company, The, Ludlow, 


May 9, 
1914. 


May 5, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


20,000 


14,250 


$1,160 


9,513 


13,420 


Burt and Packard Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


32,568 


245,520 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burt Furniture Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 11, 


Jan. 11, 


11,000 


- 


- 


14,929 


8,228 


North Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Burton H. Wiggin Company, 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


2,613 


6,294 


8,303 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Burtworth Carpet Company, 


June 1, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


24,221 


61,871 


36,093 


Chicopee. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Bush and Witherspoon Com- 


Sept. 3, 


^ Aug. 4, 


June 30, 


60,000 


- 


- 


7,000 


143,027 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bushway Ice Cream Co., 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


20,000 


3,000 


12,000 


4,917 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913' 












Business Aid Company, Bos- 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 6, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


480 


- 


330 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Bustin Rotary Motor Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 14, 


wDec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


pany, Watertown. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Butcher Polish Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 18, 


Apr. 1, 


5,000 


- 


1,000 


5,416 


9,434 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Butchers' Slaughtering and 


Oct. 24, 


July 21, 


June 30, 


300,000 


667,761 


with R. E. 


4,120 


11,663 


, Melting Association, Bos- 
ton. 
Butler Furniture Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Apr. 28, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


38,003 


35,230 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Butler Mill, New Bedford, 


Apr. 27, 
1914. 


Feb. 17, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


2,250,000 


590,084 


1,393,407 


486,025 


402,111 


Butman & Cressey Company, 


Feb. 17, 


Nov. 13, 


Oct. 1, 


15,000 


- 


3,292 


15,727 


63,422 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Butterfield & Company Inc., 


Mch. 17, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


184,299 


104,114 


166,235 


17,571 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Butterfield Printing Company, 


Nov. 13, 


Aug. 10, 


Aug. 1, 


40,000 


- 


24,000 


17,085 


11,728 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Buttrick Lumber Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


28,250 


5,500 


61,816 


59,174 


The, Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Butts & Ordway Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


70,000 


- 


- 


66,516 


101,077 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Buzzard's Bay Cranberry 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 21, 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


6 


Corporation, Bourne. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Buzzell Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 17, 


Mch. 1, 


5,000 


1,788 


- 


- 


72 


pany, Everett. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Byram Manufacturing Co., 


July 24, 


July 10, 


Apr. 10, 


5,000 


- 


150 


60 


46 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Byron W. Anthony Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


13,975 


17,357 


Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Byron Weston Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 7, 


Deo. 31, 


400,000 


155,000 


60,569 


191,499 


118,894 


Dalton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Allbe Plumbing Co., 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


22 4,848 


9,804 


5,369 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Bray Company, The, 


Nov. 23, 


Nov. 2, 


Oct. 6, 


2,000 


- 


- 


1,950 


7,215 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. C. Axe Company, Hol- 


Apr. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


1,600 


2,957 


1,518 


661 


brook. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Cook Co., Cambridge, 


Feb. 28, 
1914. 


Feb. 9, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


30,000 




7,354 


18,200 


16,068 



1 Patent rights. 

2 Good will. 

3 Equity. 

* Office fixtures. 

' Prepaid insurance and interest. 



8 Fixtures, wagons, truck, etc. 
' Adjourned. 

8 Stock in other corporations. 
5 Trade-marks. 



I" Corporation has done no business. 
1^ Fixtures. 

12 Prepaid and other accounts. 

13 Accrued interest. 



1914. 



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229 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIBS. 


11= 

ai g 

PL| 


3 
O 

1 
1 


o 

-a 
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1 




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O 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


3 

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Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


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3 


3 

-a 
d 
a 

ml 
o 


"a 
o 


1 824,985 
2 26,200 


<$483 
5 655 


- 


$51,185 
46,972 
11,900 


§50,000 

24,000 

6,000 


$604 
16,020 


~ 


$6,250 


- 


$581 

702 

5,900 


$51,185 
46,972 
11,900 


- 


- 


_ 


5,970 


450 


565 


- 


- 


$4,955 


- 


5.970 


- 


- 


- 


38,343 


20,000 


7,023 


- 


- 


- 


11,320 


38,343 


- 


- 


- 


278,088 


15,000 


260,755 


- 


- 


2,333 


- 


278,088 


- 


6 1,777 


- 


24,934 


11,000 


6,974 


- 


3,000 


3,960 




24,934 


- 


- 


- 


17,210 


3,000 


14,040 


- 


- 


- 


170 


17,210 


- 


- 


- 


122,185 


20,000 


12,368 


$79,100 


- 


- 


10,717 


122,185 


- 


8 9,950 


- 


159,977 


60,000 


18,565 


- 


- 


34,378 


47,034 


159,977 


9 10,000 
2 20,000 


- 


Sl,398 


71,315 
810 


50,000 
500 


11,315 
102 


10,000 


: 


~ 


208 


71,315 
810 


1 50,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,850 


5,000 


203 


- 


- 


4,733 


5,914 


15,850 


- 


- 


- 


683,544 


300,000 


102,720 


225,000 


- 


- 


55,824 


683,544 


- 


n 1,810 


- 


75,043 


25,000 


44,148 


- 


- 


5,895 


~ 


75,043 


2 1,637,128 
2 10,000 


12 62,503 
15 6,737 
" 1,974 


- 


2,934,130 
89,178 

2,111,321 
62,813 


2,250,000 
15,000 

2,000,000 
40,000 


34,958 
13 3,899 
55,167 

29,362 

4,990 


- 


355,000 

70,300 
9,640 


" 128,229 

9,011 

16 10,000 

5,625 

14 6,034 


162,044 
8,183 


2,934,130 
89,178 

2,111,321 
62,813 


- 


18 11,000 




165,740 


50,000 


50,261 


9,500 


44,676 


11,303 


- 


165,740 


- 


- 


- 


167,593 


60,000 


91,199 


- 


- 


16,394 


- 


167,593 


- 


- 


- 


20,006 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


20,006 


w 4,000 


20 154 


262 


6,276 


5,000 


1,276 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,276 


4,800 


- 


10 


5,066 


5,000 


26 


- 


40 


- 


- 


5,066 


- 


2125 


- 


31,357 


20,000 


282 


- 


- 


- 


11,075 


31,357 


- 


- 


- 


525,962 


400,000 


44,700 


- 


66,500 


" 10,000 


4,762 


525,962 


- 


• 


- 


20,021 


5,000 


- 


- 


23 11,000 


3,500 


521 


20,021 


- 


- 


- 


9,165 


2,000 


6,611 


- 


- 


- 


554 


9,165 


2 9,000 


24 9,900 


242 


25,778 


24,900 


878 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,778 


1 7,000 

2 2,826 


25 14,500 


- 


65,948 


30,000 


8,313 


- 


- 


27,635 


- 


65,948 



14 Reserve for depreciation. 

15 Personal property. 

18 Reserved for depreciation. 
1' Prepaid expenses. 



18 Equipment. 

w Trade-marks and good will. 

2° Furnishings. 

21 Wagon. 



22 And furnishings. 

23 Loan. 

24 Treasury stock. 

26 Ninety-one shares treasury stock. 



230 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




hen Certificate was 
filed. 


.g 
1 

s 


J 

1 


ithorized Capital 
Stock. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 

1 


>> 

M 

M 


anufactures. 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


.3 

1« 




^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


« 


s 


IS 


o 


C. A. Cross & Co. — Incorpo- 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 26 


Deo. 31, 


$100,000 


$25,804 


$3,217 


$90,499 


$55,905 


rated, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Dodge Company, Bos- 


Apr. 13, 


Mch. 14 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


17,266 


1,150 


4,355 


104,484 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Eagleston Company, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 15 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


4,500 


1,100 


2,708 


Lynnfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Edgarton Manufactur- 


July 25, 


'July 20 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


27,097 


with R. E. 


106,972 


128,234 


ing Company, The, Shirley. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Hack & Son, Incorpo- 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 25 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


43,014 


5,115 


3,686 


rated, Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Hurd Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 5 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


- 


w 7,000 


700 


3,000 


Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. King Company, 


Nov. 20, 


Nov. 2 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


24,830 


- 


- 


39,868 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Nichols Company, 


Mch. 14. 


Jan. 19 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


10,706 


15,989 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. A. Noyes Co., Brockton, . 


June 15, 
1914. 


May 23 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


20,000 


- 


~ 


45,056 


9,858 


C. A. Pierce & Co., Incorpo- 


Aug. 25, 


July 28 


July 28, 


15,000 


- 


8,600 


1,700 


2,500 


rated, Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Siegemund Company, 


Nov. 5, 


Sept. 15 


Sept. 15, 


2,000 


- 


- 


"1,740 


438 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. A. Spencer & Son Com- 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


18,296 


56,296 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. & C. Arch Relocating Shoe 


July 13. 


July 6 


July 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


1,327 


849 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. B. Coburn Co., Lowell, . 


Mch. 13, 
1914. 


Mch. 2 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


18 3,500 


~ 


36,201 


31,275 


C. B. Cook Laundry Com- 


June 11, 


May 4 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


- 


8,000 


310 


3,582 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. B. Moller, Incorporated, 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 1 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


23,867 


42,090 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. B. Sanborn & Co., Incorpo- 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. B. Wiggin Company, Bos- 


Sept. 11, 


Aug. 13 


Aug. 13, 


1,000 


- 


- 


940 


525 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. C. A. Cigar Company, Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 10 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


108,348 


49,077 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. C. Blaney Co., Boston, . 


Aug. 5, 
1914. 


July 7 
1914. 


July 1, 
1914. 


12,000 


13,000 


~ 


- 


3,753 


C. C. Coghlin-Wilson Elec- 


May 1, 


Apr. 24 


Feb. 1, 


2,500 


- 


- 


9,210 


12,267 


tric Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. C. Dodge Co., Boston, . 


Jan. 20, 
1914. 


Jan. 4 
1914. 


Jan. 4, 
1914. 


5,000 


~ 


" 


3,700 


206 


C. C. Harvey Company, Bos- 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 20 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


69,301 


446,440 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. C. Henry Company, Pitts- 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 2 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


989 


4,038 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. D. Lyons Company, Mans- 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


10,000 


21,000 


24,206 


13,369 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. D. Parker & Co. Incorpo- 


May 15, 


Apr. 29 


Apr. 1, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


539,587 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. D. Swain & Co., Inc., 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 13 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


11,653 


2,974 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








• 




C. D. Wright Company, Bos- 


Sept. 9, 


Mch. 30 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


600 


9,300 


700 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. E. Osgood Company, The, 


Apr. 22, 


Feb. 10 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


32 45,000 


- 


84,424 


17,551 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 








33 154,015 





' Insurance inventory. 

2 Trucks. 

3 Henneman Cofi'ee Roaster Co. 
* Furniture and appliances. 

6 Horses. 

6 Good will. 

' In lieu of annual. 



8 Investment account. 

9 Insurance unexpired, 
'f And rolling stock. 

" Horse and stable equipment. 

12 Stock. 

13 Real estate, 
i* And stock. 



15 Furniture and fixtures. 

16 Trade-marks. 
1' Equipment. 

18 Buildings on leased land. 

19 Furniture, fixtures, horses, wag- 

ons, autos. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



231 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-COQ. 








Liabilities. 








Ill 
At 


1 
1 
1 


i 
1 


3 


1 

3 

5 
o 


1 . 


1 
•si 


J. 

I. ' 

i'S 


3 

"H. 
1 


■a 
a 
ta 

o 


3 


- 


1 $1,242 

2 14,914 
3 19,316 

4 8,539 

5 875 


- 


$210,897 


$84,300 


$14,201 


- 


$59,740 


~ 


$52,656 


$210,897 


6 $5,000 


~ 


136,669 
13,308 


50,000 
10,000 


40,310 
2,600 


~ 


20,000 




26,359 
708 


136,669 
13,308 


- 


8 4,325 
9 1,218 


- 


267,846 


50,000 


142,744 


- 


- 


$75,102 


- 


267,846 


- 


- 


51,815 


20,000 


4,998 


- 


4,000 


- 


22,817 


51,815 


« 2,350 


- 


$4,270 


17,320 


15,000 


870 


- 


1,450 


- 


- 


17,320 


- 


"2,019 
12 68,396 


: 


135,113 
26,695 


50,000 
20,000 


4,384 
937 


13 $23,500 


37,500 
4,000 


12,010 


7,719 
1,758 


135,113 
26.695 


- 




- 


54,914 


20,000 


2,223 


- 


20,500 


- 


12,191 


54,914 


« 9,700 




600 


23,000 


15,000 


1,100 


1,500 


4,250 


550 


600 


23,000 


- 


15 1,500 


- 


3,678 


2,000 


1,525 


- 


- 


153 


- 


3,678 


- 


- 


2,129 


76,721 


25,000 


51,721 


- 


- 


- 


- 


76,721 


w 8,055 
6 4,970 


17 1,237 


- 


16,438 


11,060 


1,707 


- 


1,400 


2,271 


- 


16,438 


19 6,690 


- 


77,666 


50,000 


5,596 


- 


20,000 


- 


2,070 


77,666 


« 1,000 


21 1,000 
21 1,300 

22 800 

23 500 


6,098 


21,590 
66,957 


20,000 
50,000 


1,190 
7,107 




2M00 




9,850 


21,590 
66,957 


- 


25 4,000 


16,000 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,465 


1,000 


360 


- 


- 


75 


30 


1,465 


- 


- 


- 


157,425 


50,000 


- 


- 


94,709 


243 


12,473 


157,425 


6 6,500 


26 12,000 


- 


35,253 


12,000 


4,448 


27 8,500 


700 


9,605 


- 


35,253 


- 


- 


- 


21,477 


800 


9,467 


- 


- 


- 


11,210 


21,477 


- 


- 


2,826 


6,732 


5,000 


1,732 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,732 


- 


28 100 


9,973 


515,841 
15,000 


100,000 
15,000 


19,331 
29 1,163 


115,836 


198,951 


80,560 


~ 


515,841 
15,000 


6 78,032 


- 


- 


146,607 


100,000 


22,607 


- 


24,000 


- 


- 


146,607 


6 13,121 


30 528,096 
15 3,540 
28 1,500 


- 


1,071,223 
29,248 


200,000 
25,000 


385,658 

31 454,304 

4,248 


_ 


_ 


31,261 


- 


1,071,223 
29,248 


- 


- 


3,700 


14,300 


10,000 


4,300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,300 


~ 


34 16,581 

35 15,808 

36 1,982 


~ 


335,361 


100,000 


77,460 


27 35,000 


13,500 


37 7,500 
38 72,000 


29,901 


335,361 



20 Shafting, pulley, piping and belt- 

ing. 

21 Teams, etc. 

22 OflBce fixtures, fittings, benches, 

tables, racks, etc. 

23 And tools. 

24 Lease notes. 



25 Treasury stock. 

26 TeanLS and equipment. 

27 Mortgage. 

28 Fixtures. 

29 Insurance. 
3° Securities. 



32 Storehouse. 

33 Merchandise out on leases. 

34 Cambridge store investment. 

35 S. Boston store investment. 

36 Fixtures and teaming outfit. 

37 Reserve for repairs being made. 

38 Reserve for depreciation. 



232 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



C. E. Riley Company, Bos- 
ton. 
C. E. Sault Co., The, Athol, 

C. E. Trumbull Company, 
Boston. 

C. F. & G. W. Eddy (incorpo- 
rated), Boston. 

C. F. Budd Company, Wo- 
burn. 

C. F. Coombs & Co., Inc., 
Boston. 

C. F. Eddy Company, New- 
ton. 

C. F. Hatch Company, The, 
Lowell. 

C. F. Paige & Co. Incorpo- 
rated, Athol. 

C. F. Stahl Company, Bos- 
ton. 

C. F. Tompkins Co., Salem, . 

C. F. Trask Manufacturing 
Company, Framingham. 

C. G. Aldrich Company, 
Somerville. 

C. G. Company, The, Boston, 



C. G. Oilman Wagon Co., 
Worcester. 

C. G. Howes Company, Bos- 
ton. 

C. G. Sargent's Sons Corpo- 
ration, Westford. 

C. H. Arkerson Co., Boston, 

C. H. Batchelder & Co. Inc., 
Boston. 

C. H. Goulding Company, 
Peabody. 

C. H. Hanson & Co., Inc., 
Lowell. 

C. H. Hayes Corporation, 
Haverhill. 

C. H. Lindsay Company, Bos- 
ton. 

C. H. Spring Company, 
Wellesley. 

C. I. Brink, Inc., Boston, 

C. I. Nesmith Company, 
Reading. 

C. J. Larivee Lumber Co., 
Boston. 

C. J. Miers and Son Incorpo- 
rated, Boston. 

C. J. O'Keefe Shoe Company, 
Marlborough. 

C. .J. Peters & Son Company, 
Boston. 

C. K. Smith and Company, 
Incorporated, Worcester. 



Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Nov. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
.4pr. 21, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
Apr. 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
Sept. 8, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 

July 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 23, 

1914. 
Feb. 25, 

1914. 
Sept. 3, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 24, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 26, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
June 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
Apr. 10, 

1914. 
Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 



Feb. 14, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
2 Feb. 1, 

1914. 
Nov. 25, 

1914. 
Feb. 11, 

1914. 
2 Mch. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 7, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 

2 July 21, 

1914. 
2 Mch. 19, 

1914. 
Nov. 3, 

1913. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Oct. 21, 

1914. 
Feb. 9, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Nov. 11, 

1913. 
Mch. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 



Dec. 31 

1913. 
Feb. 11 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Sept. 1, 

1914. 
Feb. 11 

1914. 
Jan. 20 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
May 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 

Mch. 31 

1914. 
Mch. 1 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1913. 
June 1 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Nov. 3 

1913. 
Mch. 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
May 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 1 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 



$750,000 
10,000 
10,000 
40,000 
15,000 
75,000 
50,000 
20,000 
12,000 
50,000 
30,000 
40,000 
20,000 
25,000 

8,000 
20,000 
30,000 

3,000 
15,000 

5,000 
25,000 
150,000 

4,000 
20,000 
15,000 
25,000 
35,000 

5,000 
32,000 
50,000 
20,000 



Assets. 



Sl,647 



6,868 



31,200 



11,700 



2,025 



160,082 
14,851 

5,000 

15,000 

300 



' 12,030 



250 
30,694 



23,809 
" 1,500 

1,529 

4,457 

21,507 

50 

1,788 



52,500 
1,000 

2,000 

97 

10,141 

200 

9,524 

38,455 

300 






$21,521 
17,605 
7,915 

11,225 

11,128 
28,014 
13,931 

1,444 
11,348 
18,247 

4,000 

7,756 

10,477 

30,000 

2,300 

16,574 

6,415 

28,222 

107,958 

1,000 

31,806 

400 

1,361 

107,630 

500 

100,643 

10,592 

6,519 



1 Fixtures. 

2 Adjourned. 
' Stock. 

* Open accounts. 

6 Collateral loans. 



8 Other loans. 
' And fixtures. 
Deferred charges. 
" Equipment. 
1" Trade-marks. 



11 Good will. 

12 Equipment and office fixtures. 
" Fixtures, wagons and horses. 
I'' Teams and equipment. 

1' Insurance unexpired. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



233 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Ill 


1 
a 

1 


i 

1 


1 




k 

-2 

C .; 

< 




1 
1 

ii 

■-3 a 


3 

"o. 

3 
03 


►3 
1 


3 

"S 


- 


- 


- 


$1,782,979 


$750,000 


$133,841 


- 


$580,000 


- 


$319,138 


$1,782,979 


- 


iSl,000 


- 


20,904 


10,000 


5,110 


- 


4,990 


$294 


510 


20,904 


- 


- 


$1,130 


17,778 


10,000 


7,778 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,778 


~ 


3 1,212,130 


~ 


1,525,400 
37,168 


40,000 
15,000 


4 405,073 


: 


5 846,300 
8 45,430 


16,500 


188,597 
5,668 


1,525,400 
37,168 


- 


- 


- 


45,434 


30,000 


11,252 


- 


- 


4,182 


- 


45,434 


- 


- 


- 


109,023 


50,000 


51,173 


$7,500 


- 


- 


350 


109,023 


- 


8 1,291 


- 


75,032 


20,000 


3,040 


- 


- 


51,992 


- 


75,032 


- 


3 1,917 


- 


22,599 


12,000 


7,132 


- 


- 


467 


3,000 


22,599 


10 S1,000 
11 10,000 


12 1,458 
1' 2,300 


4,260 


•22,428 
40,675 


20,000 
21,000 


2,428 
8,441 


: 


5,747 


3,340 


2,147 


22,428 
40,675 


- 


"900 
lo 49g 


- 


69,001 


40,000 


9,880 


16 7,000 


4,501 


- 


7,620 


69,001 


18 5,000 

19 1,500 

18 500 

10 500 

111 




15,269 


13,900 
16,270 


7,000 
15,120 


900 
450 


- 


700 


- 


6,000 


13,900 
16,270 




- 


- 


15,500 


8,000 


3,185 


2,500 


- 


- 


1,815 


15,500 


18 5,000 
11 12,000 
18 3,000 


~ 


_ 


37,906 
116,018 


20,000 
30,000 


5,977 
44,351 


: 


2,630 


31,729 


9,299 
9,938 


37,906 
116,018 


11500 


- 


176 


3,685 


3,000 


685 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,685 


- 


20 830 

21 725 


- 


37,269 


15,000 


5,845 


- 


- 


9,000 


7,424 


37,269 


- 




- 


10,904 


5,000 


4,987 




- 


- 


917 


10,904 


11 25,000 


- 


- 


103,440 


25,000 


56,344 


- 


- 


- 


22,096 


103,440 


11 1,000 


22 1,842 


~ 


391,670 
4,000 


150,000 
4,000 


111,124 


- 


100,000 


4,739 
23 22,000 


3,807 


391,670 
4,000 


- 


2« 12,029 
2S 2,510 


- 


,119,561 


20,000 


99,561 


- 


- 


- 


- 


119,561 


- 




- 


7,472 


1,000 


2,032 


- 


- 


- 


4,440 


7,472 


- 




7,982 


9,704 


7,000 


704 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


9,704 


11 14,471 


- 


15,550 


179,601 


35,000 


28,834 


- 


115,767 


. - 


- 


179,601 


11 2,500 


- 


10 


5,100 


5,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,100 


- 




5,256 


180,861 


32,000 


11,392 


6,500 


130,969 


- 


- 


180,861 


11 10,000 


26 23,000 
27 1,100 


9,844 


105,276 
58,851 


50,000 
20,000 


10,266 
1,296 




37,555 


45,010 


- 


105,276 
58,851 



" And tools, dies and furniture. 

1' Patent rights. 

19 Trade-marks and good will. 



20 Furniture and fixtures. 

21 Horses and wagons. 

22 Prepaid insurance. 

23 Reserve fund. 



2< Horses, teams, trucks. 



26 Treasury stock. 

27 Other stock. 



234 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





^ 
^ 






03 


Assets. 










.fi 


A 








NAME OF CORPORA- 


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.3 


O 


O 






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and 
'roc- 


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C. L. Goodwin & Company, 


June 30, 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


$3,000 


_ 


$3,500 


$850 


$1,494 


Incorporated, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. L. Higgins Co., Boston, . 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 


Jan. 3, 
1914. 


Dec. 12, 
1913. 


25,000 


- 


600 


7,668 


10,909 


C. L. York Company, Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,426 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. M. Ward Company, Bos- 


June 2, 


6 May 25, 


May 1, 


15,000 


_ 


1,000 


1,127 


2,403 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. N. Fitts Co., The, Nor- 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


38,695 


23,798 


thampton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. 0. Morrill Company, The, 


May 20, 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 22, 


6,000 


- 


8 2,000 


4,829 


4,398 


Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. 0. Sweet & Son Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Feb. 3, 


Deo. 31, 


5,000 


- 


25,386 


13,105 


51,611 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. P. Comerford Company, 


Nov. 17, 


July 15, 


May 20, 


5,000 


- 


400 


1,800 


1,419 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. P. Levering Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


13,561 


5,134 


1,696 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. P. Thompson Company, 


Dec. 9, 


Sept. 3, 


Sept. 1, 


30,000 


- 


3,000 


33,366 


4,567 


Incorporated, Springfield. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












C. R. Corwin Company, Bos- 


Aug. 7, 


July 14, 


June 30, 


40,000 


- 


- 


23,896 


64,034 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. R. G. Mfg. Co., Saugus, . 


Mch. 24, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Dee. 31, 
1913. 


200,000 


- 


26,376 


6,343 


3,217 


C. R. Kaplinger Company, 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 14, 


July 1, 


10,000 


- 


2,500 


2,263 


40,702 


The, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. Ray Randall & Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,913 


5,500 


43,097 


Incorporated, North Attle- 
borough. 
C. S. Allen Company, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Feb. 24, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


$545 


650 


50 


7.730 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. S. Cunningham and 


June 19, 


Mch. 11, 


Mch. 11, 


5,000 


- 


4,575 


- 


55,545 


■ Sons Construction Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












pany, Boston. 


















C. S. Fifield Company, Spring- 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


- 


- 


1,425 


565 


field. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. S. Marshall Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31. 


50,000 


- 


5,000 


34,701 


128,887 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. S. Parris Company, Bos- 


May 13, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


1,500 


300 


4,759 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. S. Pierce Dressing Com- 


Dec. 10, 


Dec. 8, 


Nov. 1, 


30,000 


- 


1,494 


7,289 


10,339 


pany, Brockton. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












C. S. Pierce Skiving Machine 


Jan. -9, 


Jan. 5, 


Nov. 1, 


1,500 


- 


2,152 


- 


- 


Company, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. T. Sherer Company, 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 19, 


Mch. 3, 


160,000 


- 


- 


209,442 


73,669 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. W. Babcock & Son, Inc., 


June 12, 


June 9, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


1,500 


1,240 


2,130 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. W. Bennett & Co. Incorpo- 


Jan. 16, 


Oct. 20, 


Sept. 30, 


30,000 


19,000 


9,000 


36,000 


33,890 


rated, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












C. W. Bowker and Company, 


May 2, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


24,312 


40,758 


Inc., Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. W. Haselton Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


- 


1,249 


1,653 


2,766 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












C. W. Sweetland & Son, Inc., 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


8,342 


29,062 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C. W. Weeks Company, 


July 25, 


June 7, 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


8,444 


1,608 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cabot Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


810,000 


with R. E. 


332,604 


201,815 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Good will. 

2 Horses, wagons, sleds, harnesses, 

etc. 

3 Hay, grain and feeds. 



< Furniture and fixtures. 

5 Auto truck. 

" Adjourned. 

' Indebtedness to C. N. Fitts. 



8 And fixtures. 
' Secret process. 

10 Development. 

11 Good will, lease and fixtures. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



235 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








Liabilities. 








to cS.-^ 

ago 
0^ 


i 

J 

ii 


a 

txa 
1 


"o 


O 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


J. 
a 

ll 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


"3, 

3 
02 


)3 

1 


3 


1 $2,500 


- 


- 


S8,344 


S3,000 


S2,562 


S1,000 


- 


- 


$1,782 


88,344 


1 12,046 


- 


$544 


31,767 


25,000 


6,767 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31,767 


- 


2 S5,720 
3 202 


- 


8,183 


930 


1,884 


1,011 


- 


- 


4,358 


8,183 


1 11,000 


^35 
5 800 


_ 


15,530 


15,000 


530 


. 








15,530 


- 


- 


- 


62,493 


15,000 


11,042 

7 16,396 

4,475 


- 


820,000 


S55 


- 


62,493 


- 


- 


2,748 


13,975 


6,000 


- 


3,500 




- 


13,975 


- 


- 


- 


90,102 


5,000 


4,820 


- 


- 


80,282 


- 


90,102 


- 


- 


1,681 


5,300 


5,000 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,300 


~ 


9 5,000 
1° 20,000 


12,893 


58,284 
40,933 


37,500 
30,000 


20,784 
9,733 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


- 


1,200 


58,284 
40,933 


n 10,294 


12 524 


- 


98,748 


40,000 


21,230 


- 


- 


- 


37,518 


98,748 


M 51,191 


14 412 


29,138 


116,677 


97,425 


16,360 


- 


- 


15 2,892 


- 


116,677 


1 2,500 


- 


- 


47,965 


10,000 


1,685 


- 


- 


- 


36,280 


47,965 


- 


M500 


873 


52,883 


10,000 


12,510 


- 


30,373 


- 


- 


52,883 


- 


- 


- 


8,975 


750 


5,862 


- 


- 


- 


2,363 


8,975 


12,000 


- 


- 


62,120 


5,000 


35,455 


- 


- 


21,665 


- 


62,120 


- 


- 


510 


2,500 


2,000 


500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


168,588 


50,000 


48,061 


- 


5,839 


64,688 


- 


168,588 


15,000 


- 


- 


11,559 


10,000 


1,153 


- 


- 


- 


406 


11,559 


1 12,844 


- 


* 


31,966 


30,000 


1.966 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31,966 


- 


- 


6,309 


8,461 


1,500 


6,961 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,461 


- 


- 


- 


283,111 


150,000 


38,111 


- 


55,000 


40,000 


- 


283,111 


12,400 


- 


- 


7,270 


5,100 


493 


- 


- 


1,677 


- 


7,270 


- 


- 


- 


97,890 


30,000 


60,135 


- 


• - 


7,755 


- 


97,890 


- 


- 


- 


65,070 


25,000 


15,420 


- 


19,500 


5,150 


- 


65,070 


- 


- 


- 


5,668 


2,000 


1,850 


- 


- 


- 


1,818 


5,668 


- 


" 1,431 


- 


88,835 


20,000 


6,597 


- 


- 


9,632 


2,606 


38.835 


- 


122 

" 2,524 

"125 


- 


12,823 


5,000 


2,469 

18 13 


- 


500 


4,841 


- 


12,823 








1,344,419 


1,000,000 






154,411 


w 49,766 


140,242 


1,344,419 



12 Stock in other corporations, 

13 Patent rights. 
" Fixtures. 



15 Depreciation. 

18 Stock other corporations. 

" Charter. 



18 Sundries. 

1' Reserved for depreciation and 
renewals. 



236 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract o 


/ Certificates 


OF Condition 




S 

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s 

Q 


a 

i 


i 


C4 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


"S 


>. 


actures, 
3handise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 






§!§ 


"o 


"o 


Mo 


w 


^ 


:3 0) C3 O m 


C3 <u 




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C8 




■gcQ 


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Q 


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§ 


s 


o 


Cacocum Fruit and Products 


June 3, 


May 11, 


Apr. 30 


$30,000 


$75,000 


$1,690 


_ 


$3,435 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cahill Manufacturing Com- 


Sept. 22, 


May 13, 


May 13 


20,000 


5,660 


1 9,594 


$3,560 


6,022 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cahill Telharmonic Company 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 30, 


Oct. 31 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


of New England, Chicopee. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cairnes and Company In- 


Oct. 20, 


Oct. 1, 


July 1 


5,000 


- 


- 


160 


10 


corporated, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Calaveras Leasing Corpora- 


Apr. 13, 


3 Mch. 30, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


i 20,000 


- 


- 


- 


tion, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Baking Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1 


5,000 


- 


950 


3,789 


440 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Botanical Supply 


Dec. 2, 


Nov. 8, 


Nov. 1 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,194 


4,680 


Company, Belmont. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cambridge Brass Company, 


June 26, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31 


20,000 


21,500 


850 


12,640 


6,962 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Commercial Col- 


Dec. 8, 




Sept. 1 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


lege, Cambridge. 


1913. 


1911. 


1913. 












Cambridge Confectionery 


Oct. 27, 


Sept. 8, 


Sept. 8 


25,000 


- 


247 


105 


28 


Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Factory Company, 


May 6, 


3 Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31 


30,000 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Ice Company, 


July 18, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 31 


40,000 


65,500 


8 23,264 


- 


8,898 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Iron Works, Cam- 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31 


25,000 


- 


12,792 


8,509 


8,363 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Manufacturing 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31 


5,000 


- 


1,500 


2,155 


3,208 


Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Market Company, 


Nov. 6, 


Oct. 26, 


Aug. 31 


3,000 


- 


- 


11 2,843 


1,839 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Novelty Com- 


Aug. 8, 


Aug. 3, 


June 1 


15,000 


- 


5,566 


3,000 


7,947 


pany, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Olympia Com- 


Feb. 13, 


12 Nov. 5, 


Oct. 1 


5,000 


13 4,000 


500 


- 


1,037 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cambridge Paper Box Co., 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31 


75,000 


65,000 


10,000 


33,350 


17,919 


The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Poultry Company, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 31 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,584 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cambridge Rubber Company, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 1 


150,000 


- 


21,944 


10,875 


15,338 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cambridge Standard Pub- 


Dec. 18, 


" Feb. 3, 


Oct. 1 


50,000 


- 


22,228 


with 


2,284 


lishing Company, Cam- 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 








m'ch'y 




bridge. 


















Cambridge Station Garage, 


Mch. 17, 


Aug. 12, 


July 1 


6,000 


- 


- 


2,195 


450 


Inc., Cambridge. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cambyses Company, Boston, 


June 22, 
1914. 


Feb. 3, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


200,000 


" 


■ " 8,579 


7,306 


5,511 


Cameron Brothers Incorpo- 


Mch. 27, 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 7 


11,000 


- 


18 500 


363 


4,838 


rated, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Campbell Drug Company, 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,842 


800 


Webster. 


1914; 


1914. 


1913. 












Campbell Electric Company, 


Aug. 25, 


May 11, 


Mch. 31 


300,000 


70,760 


24,469 


37,617 


121,036 


Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Campello Coal Company, 


July 8, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 6 


17,500 


2,150 


1,578 


2,640 


12,027 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Campello Lumber Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31 


15,000 


- 


- 


15,234 


8,219 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Canaan Light and Power 


Feb. 20, 


25 _ 


July 8 


50,000 


- 


2,300 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Canadian Construction Com- 


Nov. 7, 


Sept. 22, 


Sept. 22 


10,000 


8,610 


- 


- 


2,420 


pany, The, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 And patterns and flasks. 

2 Unpaid stock subscriptions. 

3 Adjourned. 

* Leases of raining claims in Cali- 
fornia. 



6 Good will. 

s Stock in treasury. 

' Fixtures. 

8 And personal property. 

9 Bonds. 



i» Patent rights. 

11 And groceries. 

12 In lieu of annual. 

13 Leasehold interest. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



237 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


3 
1 


i 

"a 


13 
"o 


i 

o 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


-a 

P 


1 

5 


"a, 

M 


a 
<« 

2 


"3 


- 


- 


■ - 


$80,125 


$27,000 




- 


$45,590 


- 


$7,535 


$80,125 


- 


- 


- 


23,836 


13,400 


$3,619 


$3,700 


500 


- 


2,617 


23,836 


- 


2 $5,000 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


$130 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


5 $11,000 


6 19,000 


100 


50,100 


50,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,100 


- 


7 4,500 


481 


10,160 


5,000 


5,160 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,160 


- 


- 


- 


7,874 


5,000 


1,672 


- 


700 


- 


502 


7,874 


- 


- 


- 


41,952 


20,000 


2,791 


16,500 


- 


- 


2,661 


41,952 


- 


- 


17,620 


18,000 


18,000 


- 




- 


- 


- 


18,000 


5 14,000 


- 


- 


44,000 


30,000 


- 


14,000 


- 


- 


- 


44,000 


- 


- 


- 


97,662 


40,000 


4,661 


9 29,000 


8,731 


- 


15,270 


97,662 


1" 2,500 
5 5,000 
W500 


~ 


3,252 
1,286 


40,416 
8,649 


25,000 
5,000 


8,416 
3,649 


- 


7,000 


: 


: 


40,416 
8,649 


- 


' 1,000 


- 


5,682 


3,000 


1,108 


- 


- 


- 


1,574 


5,682 


- 


- 


- 


16,513 


15,000 


219 


- 


- 


- 


1,294 


16,513 


- 


- 


- 


5,537 


5,000 


269 


- 


- 


- 


268 


5,537 


- 


- 


- 


126,269 


55,800 


- 


33,000 


2,000 


$35,469 


- 


126,269 


s 1,000 


'600 


- 


3,184 


2,400 


- 


- 


- 


784 


- 


3,184 


91,000 


- 


13,435 


152,592 


130,000 


11,092 


- 


11,500 


- 


- 


152,592 


- 


15 3,000 


33,705 


61,217 


15,000 


29,931 


16 11,895 


4,391 


- 


- 


61,217 


- 


- 


3,705 


6,350 


6,000 


350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,350 


193,500 


- 


- 


214,896 


200,000 


3,079 


- 


- 


- 


11,817 


214,896 


6 2,500 


- 


592 


8,793 


8,300 


493 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,793 


- 


7 1,260 


- 


4,902 


2,400 


1,175 


- 


889 


- 


438 


4,902 


1" 16,000 

19 22,352 

= 7,000 


2» 15,000 
21 1,944 


- 


309,178 
25,395 


144,800 
17,500 


53,116 
1,643 


" 35,000 
1,800 


4,452 


63,334 
22 12,928 


- 


309,178 
25,395 


- 


23 1,200 
2^98 


58 


24,809 


15,000 


9,809 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24,809 


- 


- 


2,125 


4,425 


3,100 


1,325 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,425 


- 




- 


11,030 


7,580 


- 


3,250 


200 


- 


- 


11,030 



1* Date of postponement. 

15 Stock held in trust for corporation. 

15 Mortgage. 

1' And fixtures. 



18 And tools. 

19 Trade-marks and good will. 

20 Securities. 

21 Prepaid expense. 



22 Reserve. 

23 Equipment. 

2* Prepaid insurance. 
25 None held in 1913. 



238 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







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i 


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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






!S, 

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and 
'roc- 




TION. 


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ufactur( 
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^ 


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Q 


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Pi 


§ 


■^ 


6 


Canadian Wheat Growing 


Oct. 3, 


June 1, 


May 31, 


$250,000 


$62,400 


$15,191 


_ 


$15,134 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canfield Laundry Company, 


Dec. 26, 


3 _ 


June 30, 


25,000 


4,500 


3,500 


~ 


2,000 


Wellesley. 


1913. 




1913. 












Canobie Lake Amusement 


May 9, 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


259 


Co., Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canton Ice Company, Can- 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 7, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


1,200 


- 


5 $800 


6 4,706 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canton Leather Company, 


Nov. 5, 


July 21, 


July 15, 


10,000 


- 


1,613 


100 


380 


Canton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canton Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


10,000 


2,000 


6,300 


5,500 


pany, Canton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canton Publishing Company, 


Aug. 11, 


June 13, 


May 31, 


3,000 


- 


4,547 


250 


906 


Canton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Canvas Goods Manufactur- 


Sept. 15, 


Sept. 10, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


_ 


1,654 


909 


767 


ing Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Ann Anchor and Forge 


Oct. 28, 


Sept. 24, 


Aug. 31, 


150,000 


58,726 


87,301 


68,554 


28,781 


Company, Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Aim Clothing Company, 


May 9, 


Apr. 30, 


Jan. 17, 


25,000 


- 


- 


8 10,728 


5,005 


Inc., Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Ann Lumber Company, 


June 29, 


June 26, 


Feb. 28, 


13,000 


4,090 


_ 


21,520 


13,409 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Ann Therapeuterion 


Apr. 27, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


650 


- 


_ 


- 


(Incorporated), Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cape Ann Tool Company, 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


3,872 


14,907 


14,386 


32,920 


Rookport. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cape Cod Cold Storage Com- 


Dec. 6, 


Nov. 4, 


Oct. 31, 


125,000 


69,336 


38,805 


12,596 


4,827 


pany, Provincetown. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cape Cod Company, The, 


Oct. 27, 


June 2, 


Mch. 31, 


750,000 


= 354,249 


- 


- 


19,772 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Cod Fish Freezing and 


Aug. 29, 


Apr. 21, 


Mch. 31, 


55,000 


- 


5,893 


- 


5 


Packing Company, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Barnstable. 


















Cape Cod Products Company, 


Apr. 16, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


13 166,817 


860 


35,465 


10,652 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cape Cod Specialty Co., 


June 1, 


15 May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


1,200 


1,050 


4,175 


396 


Truro. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cape Pond Ice Company, 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


175,000 


159,810 


^8 2,000 


19 20,000 


8,913 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Capewell Horse Nail Com- 


Sept. 29, 


May 26, 


May 1, 


2,500 


- 


- 


10,959 


3,413 


pany of California, Spring- 
field. 
Carbon-Oxygen Gas Engine 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Sept. 30, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


_ 


1,988 


_ 


5 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carder Wood Working Com- 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 6, 


5,000 


- 


25 3,120 


13,696 


1,781 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carew Manufacturing Com- 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


26 6,000 


40,000 


28 175,905 


69,635 


pany, South Hadley. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 




27 84,000 








Carl C. Hayden, Incorpo- 


Nov. 17, 


29 _ 


July 1, 


20,000 


- 


17,135 


17,559 


22,464 


rated, Haverhill. 


1914. 




1914. 












Carl E. Forsberg, Inc., Bos- 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


335 


2,383 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Carl G. Westlund Co., 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


7,032 


1,339 


1,431 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carlow Automobile Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 2, 


9,000 


7,000 


400 


3,500 


8,792 


Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carlton Engraving Company, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


31 5,200 


460 


5,861 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carmine Zamarro Co., 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 2, 


Apr. 1, 


1,000 


1,606 


- 


2,060 


40,546 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Good will. 

2 Suspense accounts. 

3 None held in 1913. 

■• Pavilion and contents. 
' And equipment. 



6 Of this amount $4,000 was re- 
ceived as insurance on ice houses 
burned. 



8 And fixtures. 

' Horses, wagons, etc. 



w Patent rights. 

11 Bogs in process. 

12 Subscriptions received on stock. 

13 And shellfish properties. 
1'' Investments. 

15 Adjourned. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



239 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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1 S99,980 


2 S53,834 


- 


8246,539 


$123,250 


130,720 


S86,250 


§6,141 


- 


S178 


$246,539 


- 


- 


S600 


10,600 


10,000 


600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,600 


- 


4 2,900 


- 


3,159 


3,000 


2 


- 


- 


S157 


- 


3,159 


- 


- 


3,574 


10,280 


10,000 


280 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,280 


1 9,970 


- 


405 


12,468 


10,000 


43 


- 


2,425 


- 


- 


12,468 


- 


_ 


- 


23,800 


12,200 


3,010 


4,000 


3,000 


- 


1,590 


23,800 


1 2,000 




1,810 


9,513 


3,000 


2,969 


7 1,000 


2,544 


- 


- 


9,513 


- 


- 


4,629 


7,959 


3,000 


2,359 


- 


2,600 




- 


7,959 


- 


- 




243,362 


139,000 


12,657 


- 


43,000 


- 


48,705 


243,362 


1 12,500 


- 


7,814 


36,047 


25,000 


11,047 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,047 


- 


9 1,685 




40,704 


13,000 


20,454 


- 


5,001 


- 


2,249 


40,704 


ID 99,800 


- 


- 


100,450 


100,000 


- 


7 450 


- 


- 


- 


100,450 


- 


- 


- 


66,085 


16,000 


35,122 


- 


- 


14,963 


- 


66,085 


- 


- 


7,212 


132,776 


110,500 


2,276 


- 


20,000 


- 


- 


132,776 


- 


11 41,315 




415,336 


161,250 
12 9,700 


- 


161,000 




- 


83,386 


415,336 


- 


- 


4,578 


10,476 


9,200 


1,067 


- 


209 


- 


~ 


10,476 


- 


" 12,529 


12,952 


239,275 


230,500 


6,725 




2,050 


- 


- 


239,275 


- 


16 100 

"45 


- 


6,966 


4,200 


726 




2,000 


- 


40 


6,966 


- 


2° 30,000 
211,060 


- 


221,783 


170,000 


3,033 


- 


39,900 


- 


8,850 


221,783 


- 


22 209 


17,166 


31,747 


2,500 


29,247 




- 


- 


- 


31,747 


10.499,930 


25 248,410 


- 


750,333 


500,000 


373 




- 


21 249,960 


- 


750,333 


- 


- 


- 


18,597 


5,000 


10,239 


- 


- 


3,358 


- 


18,597 


- 


~ 


- 


375,540 


35,000 


9,556 


- 


53,500 


277,484 


- 


375,540 


- 


- 


- 


57,158 


20,000 


23,257 


- 


13,523 


- 


378 


57,158 


- 


30 415 


- 


3,133 


1,000 


50 


- 


- 


2,083 


- 


3,133 


1 1,000 


- 


6,828 


17,630 


16,350 


1,280 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,630 


- 


- 


- 


19,692 


9,000 


8,185 


- 


- 


- 


2,507 


19,692 


- 


- 


- 


11,521 


5,000 


330 


- 


3,500 


1,250 


1,441 


11,521 


- 


- 


- 


44,212 


1,000 


43,134 


- 


- 


- 


78 


44,212 



16 Mailing list. 

1' Paid up machinery lease. 

18 And tools. 

1' And ice. 

2" Horses, wagons, trucks, etc. 

21 Unexpired insurance. 



22 OfiBce furniture. 

23 Treasury stock. 

21 Working capital suspense. 

25 And horses and teams. 

26 Land and water power. 
2' And buildings. 



28 And finished paper and raw ma- 

terial. 

29 None held since organization. 
3» Trade fixtures. 

31 And apparatus. 



240 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Carpenter-Morton Company, 


Jan. 8, 


Deo. 27, 


Nov. 30 


$100,000 


$22,781 


$1,800 


$109,967 


$124,901 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Carr Mines Company, The, 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31 


140,000 


80,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carroll Hixon Jones Com- 


Nov. 19, 


3 Oct. 15, 


Sept. 30 


25,000 


- 


12,508 


62,964 


19,124 


pany, Milford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carroll Lumber Company, 


Aug. 7, 


May 27, 


May 22 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,545 


3,957 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carroll Paper Stock Co., Bos- 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 9, 


Mch. 9 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,544 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carrol 1-Peabody-Jellerson 


Aug. 7, 


July 7, 


June 30 


60,000 


- 


25,305 


52,900 


14,299 


Shoe Co., Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carstein Coal Company, 


Apr. 23, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1 


40,000 


19,200 


5,000 


3,523 


56,219 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carter & Sherburne Com- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


- 


- 


6,500 


2,234 


pany, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carter & Woodman Com- 


Aug. 17, 


May 29, 


May 1 


10,000 


- 


- 


733 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carter, Carter & Meigs Com- 


Deo. 13, 


Nov. 17, 


Sept. 30 


250,000 


- 


- 


139,229 


171,811 


pany, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Carter Co., The, Haverhill. . 


Mch. 26, 
1914. 


3 Feb. 25, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


10,000 


- 


- 


13,715 


2,730 


Carter, Rice and Company 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31 


300,000 


248,665 


16,711 


340,145 


467,454 


Corporation, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Carter, Russell and Company, 


May 9, 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 31 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17,417 


Incorporated, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carter's Ink Company, The, 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 2, 


Dee. 31 


150,000 


251,567 


90,657 


304,153 


257,685 


Cambridge. 


1914, 


1914 


1913. 












Carver Cotton Gin Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 1 


100,000 


12,000 


20,000 


72,267 


411,758 


East Bridgewater. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carver Cranberry Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 30 


250,000 


165,565 


15,445 


- 


44,490 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carver Green Company, Bos- 


June 8, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 1 


12,800 


12,800 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Carver Hill Farms, Incorpo- 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31 


30,000 


30,000 


3,707 


17 12,918 


5,396 


rated, Natiok. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cary Company, The, Chelsea, 


Apr. 17, 
1914. 


18 _ 


Apr. 1 
1914. 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,016 


Casey and Bacon Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 1 


25,000 


12,000 


- 


11,836 


13,464 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Casey, Bigley Company, The, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 1 


10,000 


- 


- 


9,191 


21,000 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Casey Florist Company, The, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 20 


10,000 


12,550 


1,500 


6,000 


7,500 


Melrose. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cashman Brothers Company, 


Jan. 26, 


3 Jan. 22, 


Jan. 1 


5,000 


- 


2,510 


16,633 


41,029 


Newburyport. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Casler, Inc., Boston, . 


Mch. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Dec. 31 
1913. 


10,000 


- 


200 


375 


550 


Casper Ranger Construction 


May 21, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31 


75,000 


- 


15,747 


40,656 


213.604 


Company, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Casper Ranger Lumber Com- 


May 22, 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1 


50,000 


- 


17,370 


134,210 


63,226 


pany, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cass and Daley Shoe Com- 


June 5, 


22 Feb. 3, 


Jan. 7 


250,000 


- 


23 115,745 


195,610 


453,144 


pany, The, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cassius Hunt Company, Bos- 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,231 


15,533 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Castle Square Transportation 


May 5, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


116 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Catalogue Equipment and 


June 15, 


Apr. 17, 


Apr. 17 


10,000 


- 


513 


5,148 


604 


Supply Company, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 



















1 Reserved. 

2 Payable on subscriptions. 
'■'■ Adjourned. 

■• Trade-marks. 

' Office furniture and heating plant. 



^ Advanced expense. 
' Reserve. 
3 Fixture account. 
" Stock in other companies. 
1° Prepaid interest, insurance, etc. 



11 Mortgage. 

12 Furniture and fixtures. 

13 Teams, etc. 

I'' Unliquidated claims. 
16 Patent rights. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



241 



oj Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


to (3 — 

ill 


§ 
S 

a 


1 


1 


i 

3 
1 

o 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 




Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


3 

"3, 

1 


i 

£ 


3 


- 


$2,754 


- 


S262,203 


S100,000 


$18,909 


- 


$99,549 


1 $4,407 


$39,338 


$262,203 


- 


- 


$21,715 


111,715 


110,615 


2 1,100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


111,715 


- 


- 


- 


94,596 


25,000 


22,625 


- 


42,293 


- 


4,678 


94,596 


- 


- 


- 


5,502 


5,000 


360 


- 


- 


142 


- 


5,502 


- 


- 


2,456 


6,000 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


- 


- 


11,173 


103,677 


59,800 


25,377 


- 


18,500 


- 


- 


103,677 


- 




4,094 


88,036 


40,000 


4,036 


$10,000 


34,000 


- 


- 


88,036 


- 


- 


2,503 


11,237 


10,000 


1,237 


- 




- 


- 


11,237 


- 


- 


517 


1,250 


1,250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,250 


i S6,000 

- 


5 7,330 
6 1,948 
3 2,000 


: 


326,318 
18,445 


250,000 
10,000 


44,651 
5,130 


- 


17,845 
3,000 


12,822 
^ 1,000 


315 


326,318 

18,445 


41 


40,285 

101,600 

i» 13,316 

12 500 

" 16,000 


- 


1,228,176 

33,917 
904,063 


300,000 

10,000 
150,000 


257,710 

3,682 
14 1,000 
46,678 


11 140,000 
80,000 


223,725 

15,000 
278,214 


306,741 

4,235 
294,850 


54,321 


1,228,176 

33,917 
904,063 


13 100 


- 


- 


516,125 


100,000 


20,757 


- 


- 


16 50,000 


345,368 


516,125 


- 


- 


- 


225,500 


225,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


225,500 


- 


- 


1,972 


14,772 


12,800 


- 


- 


1,972 


- 


- 


14,772 


- 


- 


11,728 


63,749 


30,000 


9,579 


10,000 


14,170 


- 


- 


63,749 


- 


19 400 


1,984 


4,400 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


37,300 


25,000 


1,489 


8,000 


- 


- 


2,811 


37,300 


~ 


- 


- 


30,191 


10,000 


8,552 


- 


9,500 


- 


2,139 


30,191 


- 


- 


- 


27,550 


10,000 


400 


2,700 


- 


14,450 


- 


27,550 


- 


- 


- 


60,172 


5,000 


54,972 


- 


- 


- 


200 


60,172 


20 8,000 


- 


875 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


270,007 


75,000 


79,967 


- 


18,000 


97,040 


- 


270,007 


- 


218,216 


- 


223,022 


50,000 


35,085 


37,500 


67,349 


33,088 


- 


223,022 


20 15,000 


26 20,600 
12 700 
27 850 


945 


764,499 

53,064 

1,911 


250,000 

38,100 

200 


101,859 

3,001 

511 


1,200 


144,712 
24 100,000 


89,757 

25 78,171 

9,623 


2,340 


764,499 

53,064 

1,911 






2,378 


8,643 


7,500 


143 




1,000 






8,643 



16 Reserve account. 

" And live stock. 

1' None held since organization. 

19 Shares in treasury. 

20 Good will. 



21 Horses, wagons and trucks. 

22 Should have been held. 

23 And plant and equipment. 
2' Loans from stockholders. 



26 Stocks in other companies. 
2' Autos, horses, carriages and har- 
ness. 



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ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Ceetificates of Condition 





S 

eg 




i 


C3 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 








S . 


TION. 


6 






t3 

II 


1 
1 


.1 

i 


anufactur( 
Merchand 
Material, 
Stock in F 
ess. 


"1 




^ 


Q 


■ Q 


-< 


rt 


:§ 


S 


o 


Catherine Creek Lumber 


June 20, 


iMay 11, 


May 11, 


$200,000 


$199,300 


_ 


_ 


$700 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cattaraugus Tanning Com- 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


300,000 


174,497 


- 


$136,780 


81,835 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cattle Fair Hotel, Boston, . 


Apr. 16, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


Mch. 25, 
1914. 


27,650 


8,300 


- 


- 


1,100 


Caustic-Claflin Company, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 10, 


Dec. 1, 


12,500 


_ 


$6,290 


1,797 


7,801 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Caverly Automobile Com- 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


90 


4,286 


1,386 


pany, Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Caverly-Plummer Co., Lynn, 


June 29, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


550 


450 


2,174 


Cedar Hill Spring Water Co., 


Apr. 6, 


Nov. 1, 


Nov. 1, 


15,000 


2,000 


550 


800 


210 


Revere. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Celero Drug Company, The, 


Dec. 18, 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 12, 


40,000 


- 


- 


400 


313 


Boston. 


1913. 


1908. 


1910. 












Celero Drug Company, The, 


Nov. 2.3, 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 12, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


313 


Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1908. 


1914. 












Central Amusement Com- 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 23, 


50,000 


70,000 


_ 


_ 


507 


pany, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Amusement Operat- 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 23, 


2,000 


_ 


- 


2,000 


39,588 


ing Company, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Autogenous Welding 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


3,205 


1,261 


1,204 


and Manufacturing Com- 


1914. 


1912. 


1913. 












pany, Worcester. 


















Central Biscuit Company, 


Jan. 7, 


Oct. 13, 


Sept. 30, 


25,000 


_ 


18,000 


1,100 


3,400 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Central Block, Pittsfield, 


Jan. 27, 
1914. 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


Dec. 15, 
1913. 


39,000 


124,000 


- 


- 


394 


Central Bowling and Cigar 


Oct. 8, 


Sept. 21, 


Aug. 31, 


20,000 


- 


6,943 


960 


697 


Company, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Building Company, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


2,351 


5,691 


105,883 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Cape Cod Cranberry 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


16,900 


- 


400 


500 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Cloak Company, Bos- 


Apr. 6, 


12 Mch. 22, 


Jan. 11, 


12,000 


- 


300 


2,500 


19,595 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Construction Com- 


June 27, 


May 4, 


Apr. 30, 


2,500 


6,900 


10,000 


3,449 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Grocery Company, 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 18, 


50,000 


- 


- 


10,754 


12,893 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Hard Fibre Co., 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,513 


200 


285 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Ice Manufacturing 


May 12, 


Jan. 20, 


Jan. 19, 


125,000 


49,066 


120,655 


34,303 


12,403 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Laundry Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


2,500 


438 


1,496 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Lumber and Supply 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


11,371 


500 


72,433 


60,452 


Company, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Mills Company, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


92,832 


130,000 


78,536 


22,715 


Southbridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Paper Company, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


'■367 


5,048 


2,903 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Pharmacy, Inc., Pea- 


Mch. 11, 


Mch. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


2,500 


- 


- 


3,000 


300 


body. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Realty Company, 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


130,400 


- 


- 


- 


Pittsfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Central Square Hardware 


May 6, 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


7,000 


- 


- 


9,645 


7,128 


Company, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Square Wharf Com- 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 31, 


Mch. 31, 


60,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Corporation has done no business. 

2 Treasury preferred stock. 
« Contracts. 



♦ Reserves. 

^ Brighton real estate mortgages. 

6 Trade-marks. 



' Good will. 

* Treasury stock. 

' Automobile truck. 



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243 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


111 


j 
1 


1 

1 
1 

PL, 


1 


1 
Q 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


1 
1. 

1^ 


1. 
si 


3 
"p. 

1 


1 

Ph 


t 
^ 


- 


- 


- 


8200,000 


S200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$200,000 


_ 


2 $111,700 
3 44,877 
5 10,900 


$7,350 


549,689 
27,650 


300,000 
27,650 


$23,596 


$10,000 


$110,000 


$81,961 
4 24,132 


- 


■ 549,689 
27,650 


- 


- 


- 


15,888 


12,500 


1,932 


- 


- 


- 


$1,456 


15,888 


- 


- 


- 


5,762 


3,000 


1,683 


- 


- 


1,079 


- 


5,762 


6 $2,500 

'2,500 

7 12,000 


8 250 


- 


8,424 


5,000 


1,060 


2,000 


- 


- 


364 


8,424 


9 750 


90 


16,400 


15,000 


550 


- 


600 


250 


- 


16,400 


40,000 


- 


- 


40,713 


40,000 


409 


- 


- 


- 


304 


40,713 


w 40,096 
' 10,093 




■with 
trade- 
marks 


40,409 
80,600 


40,000 
15,200 


409 


40,000 


25,400 






40,409 
80,600 


- 


- 


- 


41,588 


2,000 


39,537 


- 


- 


- 


61 


41,588 


- 2,343 


- 


- 


8,013 


6,800 


1,159 


- 


- 


54 


- 


8,013 


"500 
■ 3,500 


- 


~ 


26,500 
124,394 


15,000 
39,000 


11,500 


: 


- 


85,000 


394 


26,500 
124,394 


- 


- 


- 


8,600 


8,000 


464 


- 


- 


- 


136 


8,600 


- 


- 


- 


113,925 


30,000 


47,376 


- 


10,000 


- 


26,549 


113,925 


- 


- 


- 


17,800 


16,900 


- 


500 


- 


- 


400 


17,800 


- 


- 


- 


22,395 


12,000 


3,879 


2,250 


3,200 


- 


1,066 


22,395 


- 


- 


- 


20,349 


2,500 


5,000 


13 4,500 


- 


- 


8,349 


20,349 


- 


" 16,985 


20,314 


60,946 


50,000 


10,946 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,946 


- 4,500 


- 


67 


7,565 


5,500 


1,354 


- 


711 


- 


- 


7,565 


7 8,000 


- 


108,431 
957 


324,858 
13,391 


65,400 
16 4,800 
12,000 


108,158 
1,391 


- 


148,500 


: 


: 


324,858 
13,391 


- 


16 9,143 


- 


153,899 


27,000 


36,171 


- 


66,932 


- 


23,796 


153,899 


- 


- 


- 


324,083 


150,000 


- 


- 


87,000 


- 


87,083 


324,083 


- 


- 


- 


8,318 


5,000 


851 


- 


1,750 


- 


717 


8,318 


- 


- 


- 


3,300 


2,500 


240 


- 


- 


- 


560 


3,300 


- 


- 


- 


130,400 


75,000 


- 


53,000 


2,400 


- 


- 


130,400 


- 


"400 


-■ 


17,173 


7,000 


10,061 


- 


- 


- 


112 


17,173 


- 


- 


5,000 


65,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


65,000 



1° Trade-marks and good will. 
11 Patent rights. 
1- Adjourned. 



1' Mortgage. 

w Fixtures. 

15 Subscriptions received on stock. 



1^ Suspense. 
1' And fixtures. 
18 Equipment. 



244 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Conditiox 





$ 






53 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


% 

-av; 


1 

(73 


"a 
§ 

S 

"o 


O 

■Sec 


1 
1 


.1 


anuiactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


4S 




^ 


Q 


Q 


-? 


A 


^ 


S 


o 


Central Storage Warehouse, 


Sept. 4, 


Aug. 27, 


Apr. 30, 


$25,000 


.578,488 


. S196 


S344 


.111,717 


Inc., Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Supply Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 31, 


75,000 


89,903 


1,800 


112,826 


66,690 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Central Wharf and Wet Dock 


June 3, 


May 11, 


May 1, 


600,000 


2,532,451 


- 


- 


9,245 


Corporation, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Centreville Wine Company, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,200 


1,800 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chace Mills, Fall River, 


Oct. 30, 
1914. 


Oct. 26, 
1914. 


Sept. 26, 
1914. 


1,200,000 


1,163,465 


with R. E. 


311,179 


44,249 


Chadbourne-Walker Machine 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 31, 


4,000 


- 


6 3,671 


88 


2,582 


Screw Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 


1 










Chadwick & Carr Company, 


Mch. 10, 


'Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,100 


14,180 


10,327 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chadwick-Boston Lead Com- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


691,520 


with R. E. 


219,817 


184,139 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chaffee Brothers Company, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 5, 


Nov. 1, 


90,000 


147,206 


34,510 


97,242 


69,603 


Oxford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chain Leather Co., Peabody, 


Feb. 18, 
1914. 


Jan. 19, 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


9 12,007 


1,805 


24,322 


Chamberlain and Burnham, 


July 16, 


10- 


Apr. 30, 


1,000 


4,500 


- 


- 


775 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Chamberlain and Company, 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 2, 


200,000 


4,340 


li 14,507 


41,651 


260,568 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chamberlain-Huntress Com- 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


45,574 


11,945 


pany, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chambers Investment Com- 


Oct. 29, 


Apr. 6, 


Apr. 6, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,060 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chanipion Metal Weather 


Jan. 24, 


7 Jan. 7, 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


2,500 


2,426 


2,339 


12,423 


Strip and Parting Bead 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Company, Boston. 


















Champion Spark Plug Com- 


Feb. 16, 


16 _ 


July 1, 


50,000 


13,724 


21,319 


15,265 


21,089 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 




1912. 












Champion Spark Plug Com- 


Nov. 16, 


Oct. 9, 


July 1, 


50,000 


58,664 


103,510 


77,081 


79,212 


pany, Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chandler & Co. Incorporated, 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 31, 


251,000 


6,432 


- 


317,965 


299,158 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chandler and Farquhar Com- 


July 15, 


7 Apr. 28, 


Jan. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


145,000 


123,815 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chandler Bog Company, 


Jan. 3, 


Jan. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


20,000 


200 


- 


1,076 


Spencer. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chandler Comb Machine 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 13, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Ayer. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chandler Machine Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 1, 


75,000 


- 


2,750 


12,476 


5,118 


Ayer. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chapel Mills Manufacturing 


Dec. 17, 


Sept. 6, 


Aug. 2, 


300,000 


261,033 


with R. E. 


207,036 


19,064 


Company, Leicester. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Chapin & Gould Paper Co., 


June 23, 


Mch. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


207,000 


90,000 


81,314 


35,903 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chapman & Brooks Co., 


Sept. 22, 


Aug. 27, 


June 30, 


40,000 


- 


6,168 


78,063 


64,198 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chapman Valve Manufactur- 


Feb. 7, 


Feb. 4, 


Dee. 31, 


1,000,000 


271,606 


348,133 


479,028 


201,324 


ing Company, The, (1911), 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Springfield. 


















Chappaquiddieklmprovement 


Sept. 26, 


26 Aug. 17, 


July 1, 


5,000 


1,120 


- 


- 


112 


Company, Edgartown. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles A. Baldwin Com- 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


7,000 


27,666 


33,257 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Accrued interest. 

2 Accrued labor. 
■'• Or reserve. 

' Investment. 
•' Mortgage. 



» And tools. 
"> Adjourned. 

8 Reserve. 

9 And equipment. 

i» None held in 1914. 



" And fixtures. 

12 Securities. 

» Reserve for bad debts. 

1' Fixtures. 

'=■ Patent rights. 



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245 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





-Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


"Kb Ss 

sag 

f2 


i 

1 

i 


1 

1 
tn 
2 


3 


1 

o 




1 
•a 

a 

jl 


-i 

a 

ii 


M 

a, 
1 


>3 


3 
^ 


- 


$1,600 


- 


890,745 
272,819 


$25,000 
45,000 


$2,516 

1 767 

2 194 
51,249 


$42,000 

57,857 


$11,000 

77,400 


3 $8,265 


$1,003 
41,313 


$90,745 
272,819 


- 


M,160 


- 


2,545,856 


600,000 


- 


5 12,000 


100,000 


1,833,856 


- 


2,545,856 


- 


- 


- 


^,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,518,893 


1,200,000 


188,000 


- 


- 


- 


130,893 


1,518,893 


- 


- 


- 


6,341 


4,000 


71 


- 


- 


- 


2,270 


6,341 


- 


- 


- 


25,607 


14,000 


7,050 


- 


- 


8 1,718 


2,839 


25,607 


- 


- 


- 


1,095,476 


800,000 


91,597 


193,000 


- 


- 


10,879 


1,095,476 


- 


- 


- 


348,561 


90,000 


51,473 


- 


88,250 


118,838 


- 


348,561 


- 


- 


- 


38,134 


5,000 


3,599 


- 


14,650 


6,676 


8,209 


38,134 


- 


- 


- 


5,275 


1,000 


865 


- 


- 


- 


3,410 


5,275 


- 


12 169,500 


- 


490,566 


200,000 


222,406 


- 


- 


13 5,303 


62,857 


490,666 


- 


"700 


- 


58,219 


25,000 


102 


32,600 


- 


- 


517 


68,219 


- 


- 


- 


5,060 


3,000 


900 


- 


- 


- 


1,160 


6,060 


15 S5,215 


- 


- 


24,903 


9,400 


8,681 


- 


- 


- 


6,822 


24,903 


15 221 
1' 2,086 

18 18 

2° 8,041 


21681 


- 


73,722 
327,189 


30 
19 29,970 

30,000 


18,516 
64,132 


- 


19,221 
95,570 


137,487 


5,985 


73,722 
327,189 


IS 1,000 


- 


- 


624,555 


201,000 


340,477 


- 


- 


6,000 


77,078 


624,555 


_ 


22 7,500 
23 55,000 


_ 


331,315 
21,276 


100,000 
20,000 


76,045 


- 


15,800 
1,100 


139,470 


176 


331,315 
21,276 


15 50,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


15 550 
1' 30,000 


2J 50,000 


$44,531 


145,425 
487,133 
414,217 


75,000 
300,000 
200,000 


12,425 
62,783 
25,138 


83.000 


58,000 

43,400 

25 62,100 

68,125 


18,850 
47,954 


- 


146,425 
487,133 
414,217 


- 


- 


- 


148,429 


40,000 


46,179 


- 


58,500 


- 


3,750 


148,429 


- 


- 


- 


1,300,091 


1,000,000 


78,494 


- 


137,667 


83,930 


- 


1,300,091 


- 


- 


168 


1,400 


1,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,400 


- 


2' 993 
28 4,000 


2,105 


75,021 


50,000 


5,021 


- 


20,000 


- 


- 


75,021 



16 None held in 1912. 

1' Trade-marks. 

13 Good will. 

1' Subscriptions received on stock. 

2» Patent rights and formulse. 



21 Insurance. 

22 Store repairs not charged off. 

23 C. S. Farquhar, Treas., Trus- 

tee. 
2* Bond investment. 



26 Loans by directors. 

26 In lieu of annual. 

2' Unexpired insurance and rent. 

28 Lease account. 



246 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Conditiox 





1 

1 
o 

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1 


P. 
O 

S o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 
1 


1 


ufaotures, 
erchandise, 
aterial, and 
ock in Proc- 
i. 


PS 




^3 


^ 

:« 


c3 


3«2 


1 


1 


§§§^£ 


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^ 


Q 


Q 


-< 


rt 


§ 


§ 


o 


Charles A. Bohn Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


S15,000 


_ 


_ 


1 $4,245 


$20,785 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chas. A. Browne Co. (Inc.), 


July 14, 


June 3 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


$2,594 


11,269 


20,945 


The, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles A. Eaton Company, 


July 30, 


June 29 


Apr. 1, 


250,000 


$61,295 


with R. E. 


130,924 


566,029 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chas. A. G. Winther Co., 


Aug. 21, 


Aug. 3 


Aug. 3, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,024 


2,140 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles A. Jackson Company, 


Sept. 11, 


May 4 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


1,850 


1,357 


924 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles Buck Edge Tool Com- 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


2,646 


7,001 


7,361 


1,292 


pany, Millbury. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chas. Case Shoe Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


17,343 


102,223 


27,160 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles Crompton and Sons 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 8 


Sept. 1, 


10,000 


1,750 


350 


1,100 


1,053 


Incorporated, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles D. Brown & Co., 


June 23, 


Jan. 6 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


4,476 


12,261 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles D. Redmond Com- 


May 7, 


Jan. 6 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


10 800 


6,000 


7,100 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles E. Gibson Company, 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 6 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


11 326,444 


30,000 


- 


19,249 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles E. Hall & Sons, Inc., 


Aug. 1, 


i»May 18 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


2,778 


604 


2,508 


Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles E. Holske Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 26 


Jan. 14, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,003 


8,031 


Incorporated, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles E. Lauriat Company, 


Mch. 17, 


Feb. 16 


Feb. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


114,191 


88,833 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles E. Moss Company, 


Feb. 3, 


18 Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


19 4,653 


3,074 


7,429 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles E. Perry Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 10 


Mch. 1, 


50,000 


- 


1 35,725 


3,069 


7,375 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles E. Sprague Box Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 10 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


9,535 


18,541 


24,825 


pany, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles Emmel and Rose 


Oct. 20, 


May 18 


May 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


1,430 


9,116 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles F. Baker & Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 10 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


21,892 


34,023 


62,314 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles F. Murphy Com- 


July 6, 


Apr. 1 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


17,694 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles F. Wing Company, 


Mch. 30, 


Mch. 9 


Jan. 31, 


80,000 


67,500 


with R. E. 


136,870 


147,176 


New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chas. H. Grover, Inc., Haver- 


Dec. 9, 


23 Dec. 3 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


17,900 


9,504 


hill. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Charles H. Hitchcock Incor- 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 4 


Feb. 28. 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,500 


1,038 


porated, Brookline. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles H. Morey Company, 


Mch. 14, 


18 Aug. 11 


Aug. 31, 


25,000 


4,000 


300 


- 


- 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Charles H. Richardson Com- 


Feb. 3, 


Jan. 13 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


6,844 


6,338 


pany, Leominster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chas. H. RossKam's Enter- 


Dec. 2, 


July 21 


July 14, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


155 


prises Inc., Boston (for 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












1913). 


















Chas. H. RossKam's Enter- 


Oct. 21, 


23 Aug. 13 


July 15, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


78 


prises Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles H. Warren Company, 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 7 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


404 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles J. Jacobs Company, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


1,650 


- 


1,300 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles J. Jagcr Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 26 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


13,221 


27,522 


75,138 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 And fixtures. 

2 Stock in other companies. 

3 Good will. 

■• Prepaid expense. 
'' .\ccrued accounts. 



6 Life insurance. 
' Stock investment. 
8 Trade-marks. 
' Stocks and securities. 
1" And tools. 



11 Including water rights. 

12 Stocks. 

!■' Mortgages. 
i< Horses, etc. 



1914.1 



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247 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABILITrBS. 


- - 










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3 


'a 






3^ 


J2 


■73 

■43 a 
03-0 


1 


J 

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la 



P-, 


s 


ff; 


H 


o 


< 


fe 


S 


m 


fi 


e 


- 


- 


- 


$25,030 


$15,000 


$7,367 


- 


- 


- 


$2,663 


$25,030 


- 


- 


- 


34,808 


10,000 


14,460 


- 


- 


$7,315 


3,033 


34,808 


- 


2 $9,990 


- 


768,238 


250,000 


58,238 


- 


$310,000 


150,000 


- 


768,238 


3 $2,500 


- 


$2,077 


7,741 


7,000 


741 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,741 


3 1,000 


- 


21,447 


26,578 


25,000 


573 


- 


1,005 


„ - 


- 


26,578 


3 4,879 


i 1,043 


67 


24,289 


10,000 


2,029 

5 171 


- 


12,089 


- 


- 


24,289 


- 


6 10,131 
'525 


66,455 


223,837 


100,000 


17,837 


- 


106,000 


- 


- 


223,837 


s 1,700 


- 


- 


15,953 


10,000 


2,345 


$1,000 


1,061 


- 


1,547 


15,953 


3 10,000 






















8 1,000 


9 16,500 


35,731 


69,968 


50,000 


11,653 


- 


8,315 


- 


- 


69,968 


- 


- 


- 


13,900 


10,000 


3,519 


- 


- 


- 


381 


13,900 


3 200,000 


12 5,000 
13 27,137 
"3,290 


30,888 


642,008 


500,000 


132,608 


9,400 


- 


- 


- 


642,008 


3 2,053 


- 


- 


7,943 


5,000 


1,281 


- 


- 


- 


1,662 


7,943 


3 10,000 


16 900 


- 


21,934 


10,000 


4,785 


- 


350 


6,799 


- 


21,934 


- 


- 


- 


203,024 


100,000 


57,470 


V 25,000 


- 


. 5,250 


15,304 


203,024 


3 8,000 


- 


- 


23,156 


20,000 


2,104 


- 


- 


1,052 


- 


23,156 


3 5,000 


- 


14,789 


65,958 


50,000 


4,746 


- 


11,212 


- 


- 


65,958 


- 


- 


- 


52,901 


20,000 


13,068 


- 


15,000 


4,833 


- 


52,901 


20 3,000 


21 8,205 


- 


21,751 


15,000 


6,751 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,751 


- 


- 


- 


118,229 


100,000 


5,421 


- 


- 


- 


12,808 


118,229 


- 


22 250 


- 


17,944 


500 


17,444 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,944 


- 


- 


- 


351,546 


80,000 


45,693 


13 60,000 


99,004 


66,849 


- 


351,546 


- 


2* 2,555 


- 


29,959 


5,000 


3,545 


- 


7,000 


- 


14,414 


29,959 


- 


- 


2,142 


5,680 


5,000 


680 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,680 


- 


M 1,500 


4,795 


10,595 


10,500 


95 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,595 


- 


- 


- 


13,182 


5,000 


4,663 


1,933 


- 


- 


1,586 


13,182 


- 


25 100 


4,754 


5,009 


5,000 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,009 


3 2,500 


25 100 


4,542 


7,220 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,220 


- 


- 


7,220 


3 4,000 


2,500 


3,253 


10,157 


10,000 


157 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,157 


3 2,050 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


26 6,408 


■ 


122,289 


56,000 


40,826 


- 


20,000 


5,463 


- 


122,289 



15 In lieu of annual. 

16 Equipment. 

17 Bonds. 

IS Should have been held. 



19 And equipment. 

2» Good will and models. 

21 Plant. 

22 Furniture and fixtures. 



23 Adjourned. 

24 Fixture account. 

25 Scenery. 

26 Operating reserves. 



248 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 
1 

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o 


1 
1 


C3 


la 
o. 
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ii 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 
1 
1 


.9 

M 


anufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 






^ 


Q 


Q 


«t: 


« 


s 


:§ 


a 


Charles K. Fox Inc., Haver- 


Sept. 4, 


June 15 


, May 31, 


1150,000 


_ 


S25,000 


$285,739 


$537,766 


hill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles K. Grouse Co., North 


Sept. 16, 


Sept. 14 


, June 20, 


5,000 


- 


1,000 


1,053 


1,436 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chas. L. Ireson, Incorpo- 


Apr. 23, 


Jan. 10 


, Dec. 31, 


50,000 


5 $30,000 


5,700 


41,756 


16,315 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1912. 


1913. 












Charles Logue Building Com- 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 5 


, Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


54,852 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles May & Son Com- 


May 6, 


Jan. 5 


Dec. 31, 


28,000 


- 


- 


31,135 


14,409 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chas. Niedner's Sons Com- 


June 29, 


May 3 


, Mch. 31, 


80,000 


- 


12,000 


11,268 


17,655 


pany, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles P. Lewis Company, 


May 18, 


9 May 1 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


4,020 


3,209 


1,062 


7,589 


Bridgewater. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chas. P. Whittle Mfg. Co., 


Oct. 14, 


Sept. 28 


Aug. 31, 


40,000 


- 


5,179 


8,872 


7,218 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles R. Field Manufactur- 


Aug. 13, 


July 13 


July 10, 


8,000 


3,000 


1,500 


2,461 


2,781 


ing Company (Inc.), Green- 
field. 
Charles River Co-operative 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












July 28, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


2,021 


1,054 


Society, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 










- 


Charles S. Gove Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 2 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


786 


38,976 


29,555 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles S. Sexton Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Nov. 10 


Nov. 10, 


5,000 


- 


- 


10,207 


695 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Charles S. Wentworth Com- 


Apr. 1, 


12 Jan. 10 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


- 


3,200 


657 


40,633 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles Stretton and Son 


Apr. 4, 


Mch. 2 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


45,000 


with R. E. 


60,870 


47,231 


Company, Stoughton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles W. Arnold & Com- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 13 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


30,000 


13 2,200 


237,547 


89,196 


pany, Corporation, Haver- 
hill. 
Charles W. Blake Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Feb. 20, 


Jan. 1 


Jan. 1, 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


2,468 


1,328 


Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charles West Lumber Com- 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


_ 


4,109 


6,829 


3,972 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charles Wing Company, The, 


Dec. 11, 


Nov. 19 


Oct. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


40,292 


70,834 


Amesbury. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Charlesgate Hospital Incorpo- 


Feb. 27, 


"Jan. 25 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,950 


4,533 


rated, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Charlestown Enterprise Com- 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 13 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


1,800 


- 


3,747 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Charlton Mills, Fall River, . 


Nov. 7, 
1914. 


Nov. 3 
1914. 


Sept. 26, 
1914. 


800,000 


380,000 


878,846 


172,277 


112,886 


Charm Electric Co., Boston, 


Moh. 18, 
1914. 


wFeb. 28 
1914. 


Deo. 31, 
1913. 


5,000 


- 


658 


1,284 


3,922 


Chase and Cooledge Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


39,539 


15,965 


pany, The, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chase and Laubham Corpo- 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 19 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


127,013 


- 


- 


1,248 


ration, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chase and Sandford Com- 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


- 


573 


4,526 


1,060 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chase Express Co., Brookline, 


Mch. 30, 
1914. 


9 Jan. 31 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


45,000 


33,000 


- 


- 


12,256 


Chase Press Inc., The, Haver- 


Oct. 21, 


July 15 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


5,942 


5,824 


2,516 


hill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chase Turbine Manufactur- 


Oct. 20, 


Sept. 28 


June 30, 


37,000 


48,330 


16,023 


34,437 


18,848 


ing Company, Orange. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chatham Cold Storage & 


Aug. 4, 


Apr. 9 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


250 


1,000 


- 


1,116 


Weir Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Good will. 

2 Horses, etc. 

' Prepaid insurance. 
■* Dies and tools. 



s Plant in Maine. 
^ Stock in real estate. 
' Furniture and fixtures. 
8 Trade-marks. 



» In lieu of annual. 
'" Patent rights. 

11 License. 

12 Adjourned. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



249 



0/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


M ■ 

so «r3 

III 



3 

is 


>3 
1 


3 



1 
'S 

$150,000 
5,000 


H 
< 




1 

'-3 a 

E 


3 
"3, 

CO 


1 
£ 


i 



1 510,000 


2 $828 

3 965 

< 1,880 


- 


$860,298 
5,369 


$128,679 
369 


- 


$482,027 


$99,592 


- 


$860,298 
5,369 


- 


- 


- 


93,771 


50,000 


23,443 


- 


- 


- 


$20,328 


93,771 


- 


6 14,700 


- 


71,552 


15,000 


41,792 


- 


- 


14,760 


~ 


71,552 


1 3,000 


' 3,000 


So, 135 


56,679 


28,000 


21,679 


- 


7,000 




_ 


56,679 


8 7,500 
1 25,000 


_ 


37,645 


111,068 
15,880 


80,000 
6,500 


26,568 
1,434 


_ 


4,500 
4,000 


- 


3,946 


111,068 
15,880 


10 100 

8 25 

1 10,000 


_ 


15,508 
1,667 


46,902 
11,409 


36,500 
8,000 


10,402 
1,950 


_ 


1,459 


_ 


_ 


46,902 
11,409 


1370 

8 4,500 
1 20,400 


147 
'2,304 
11 5,000 
■ 3,400 


249 


6,145 

102,617 

10,902 


1,095 

50,000 

5,000 


5,050 
52,029 
2,239 


$2,500 


- 


; 


588 
1,163 


6,145 

102,617 

10,902 


1 10,000 


- 


- 


54,490 


35,000 


15,555 


- 


- 


3,900 


35 


54,490 


- 


- 


- 


153,101 


75,000 


78,101 


- 


- 


- 


- 


153,101 


- 


- 


- 


358,943 


50.000 


94,115 


- 


214,300 


528 


- 


358,943 


- 


- 


- 


3,796 


3,000 


630 


- 


- 


- 


166 


3,796 


- 


»122 


3,451 


18,483 


8,000 


6,891 


- 


- 


3,692 


- 


18,483 


- 


- 




111,126 


60,000 


29,948 


- 


14,802 


- 


6,376 


111,126 


~ 


"2,914 
i'59 


102 


9,456 
5,649 


2,000 
5,000 


3,740 
249 


- 


400 


3,716 


- 


9,456 
5,649 


- 


- 


- 


1,544,009 


800,000 


- 


- 


525,300 


18 172,875 


45,834 


1,544,009 


1 2,372 


20 315 


174 


8,725 


5,000 


3,725 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 


8,725 


- 


- 


- 


55,504 


50,000 


5,504 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55,504 


- 


- 


- 


128,261 


100,000 


3,761 


- 


24,500 


- 


- 


128,261 


- 


- 


3,479 


9,638 


8,000 


247 


- 


1,391 


• — 


- 


9,638 


1 10,000 


21 18,000 


- 


73,256 


45,000 


6,279 


22 16,000 


- 


- 


5,977 


73,256 


- 


- 


- 


14,282 


10,000 


2,799 


- 


- 


18 1,375 


108 


14,282 


10 200 


- 


- 


117,838 


37,000 


6,007 


- 


15,300 


30,000 


29,531 


117,838 




- 


12,634 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 




15,000 



13 And furniture and fixtures. 
1* Expense inventory. 
i» Should have been held. 
16 Equipment. 



" Betterments. 

18 Reserve for depreciation. 

19 Date of po.stponement. 

20 Auto. 



21 Horses, harnesses, wagons, auto- 

mobiles, furniture and fixtures, 
etc. 

22 Note secured by mortgage. 



250 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Chatham Weir Company, 
Boston. 

Chattel Loan Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Chauncey S. Greene Com- 
pany, The, Boston. 

Chavenson & Son Co. Inc., 
Fall River. 

Chelfield Realty Company, 
Springfield. 

Chelsea Bag & Burlap Com- 
pany, Chelsea. 

Chelsea Clock Company, 
Boston. 

Chelsea Independent Asso- 
ciation, Incorporated, Chel- 
sea. 

Chelsea Independent Asso- 
ciation, Incorporated, Chel- 
sea (2d return). 

Chelsea Public Market, Inc., 
Chelsea. 

Chelsea Twenty Associates, 
Inc., The, Chelsea. 

Chemical Paper Company, 
Holyoke. 

Chemical Paper Manufactur- 
ing Company, Holyoke. 

Chemical Specialty Company, 
The, Melrose. 

Chemolene Company, The, 
Orange. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, 
Springfield. 

Cheshire Lime Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cheshire. 

Cheshire White Quartz Sand 
Company, Cheshire. 

Chester E. Pease Company, 
Edgartown. 

Chester E. Sawyer Company, 
Boston. 

Chester E. Sawyer, Incorpo- 
rated, Waltham. 

Chester Granite and Polish- 
ing Works, Chester. 

Chevrolet Motor Company of 
New England, Boston. 

Chicago Beef Company, Bos- 

tOUi 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Chicago Varnish Company, 
Boston. 

Chickering & Sons, Boston, . 

Chicopee Falls Building Com- 
pany, Chicopee. 

Chicopee Journal Publishing 
Corporation, Chicopee. 

Chicopee Manufacturing 
Company, Boston. 



Oct. 20, 

1914. 
Mch. .30, 

1914. 
May 13, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
May 23, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
July 15, 

1914. 

July 22, 
1914. 

Mch. 13, 

1914. 
May 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Jan. 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
June 5, 

1914. 
Aug. 5, 

1914. 
June 4, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Jan. 23, 

1914. 
July 6, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
Mch. 18, 

1914. 
Oct. 24, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 



Sept. 26, 

1914. 
Mch. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 14, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
3 Apr. 15, 

1914. 
July 8, 

1913. 

July 14, 
1914. 



Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
Apr. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Dec. 17, 

1913. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
3 May 23, 

1914. 
July 6, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 25, 

1914. 
Jan. 12, 

1914. 
13 Mch. 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 11, 

1914. 
16 Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Oct. 14, 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1913. 
Feb. 12, 

1914. 



Aug. 10, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Deo. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
July 8, 

1913. 

July 14, 
1914. 

Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Deo. 1, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 17, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
July 31, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Sept. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 20, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 



$4,000 
75,000 
20,000 
25,000 
10,000 

5,000 
30,000 

3,000 

3,000 

10,000 
5,000 

300,000 

2,000,000 

5,000 

30,000 

180,000 
20,000 
10,000 
1,000 
10,000 
25,000 
50,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
3,000 

700,000 
12,000 
25,000 

600,000 



Assets. 



5 QJ C3 O . 



$20,000 



25,000 



680,000 



69,000 

25,000 

8,000 



7,200 



650,000 



4,326 



331 
75,000 



1,500 



with R. E. 

453 

66 

55,300 

8,000 

3,000 

3,000 



12 7,108 



1,000 



.?9,950 
13,341 



2,839 
90,000 



with 
m'ch'y 



153,235 

1,854 

430 

107,300 

9,685 
750 

3,850 

9,260 

4,568 

351 

100 

7,264 



50 
371,317 



1 Good will. 

2 Mortgage on real estate. 

3 Adjourned. 



* Patent rights. 

^ None held since organization. 

^ Due on shares. 



' Second preferred stock of Chemi- 
cal Paper Mfg. Co. 
s Trade-marks. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



251 



of Corporations — • Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








Liabilities. 










Miscellaneous. 


Profit and Loss. 




1 

m 
1 

O 


?-.-° 

a " 

-3l 


-i 

"a 
a 

-11 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


3 

1 
GO 


Profit and Loss. 


. 


1 Sl,400 




- 


$4,000 


$4,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


84,000 


- 


- 


836,235 


77,400 


75,000 


.?2,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77,400 


15,850 


- 


2,396 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 




- 


- 


37,454 


25,000 


9,996 


- 


- 


- 


82,458 


37,454 


- 


- 


- 


20,590 


9,673 


917 


2 110,000 


- 


- 


- 


20,590 


12,000 


- 


- 


8,041 


5,000 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


3,041 


8,041 


^1 


- 


- 


206,447 


30,000 


10,725 


- 


8140,000 


- 


25,722 


206,447 


- 


- 


31 


1,200 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,200 


- 


- 


62 


1,350 


1,350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,360 


- 


- 


3,700 


5,600 


5,000 


600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,600 


- 


6 $1,071 


- 


1,575 


1,575 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,575 


- 


' 11,680 


2,920 


14,600 


14,600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,600 


1 1,000,000 


1,297 


- 


1,986,381 


1,509,400 


53,933 


250,000 


59,331 


- 


113,717 


1,986,381 


12,937 


- 


- 


7,582 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,582 


7,582 


8 10,000 
1 19,666 


- 


- 


30,402 


30,000 


402 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,402 


1,516 


- 


296,373 


177,200 


11,763 


3 10,000 


- 


$97,410 


- 


296,373 


U,718 


- 


- 


69,304 


20,000 


4,036 


- 


23,250 


- 


22,018 


69,304 




10 1,000 


27 


16,890 


10,000 


3,890 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


16,890 


- 


- 


- 


3,205 


1,000 


- 


11 1,700 


- 


- 


505 


3,205 


- 


- 


11,846 


18,071 


10,000 


1,821 


6,250 


- 


- 


- 


18,071 


- 


- 


9,616 


22,530 


18,030 


4,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22,530 


- 


- 


- 


24,208 


3,000 


6,814 


7,092 


■ 4,972 


2,100 


230 


24,208 


- 


- 


13,780 


46,287 


10,000 


36,287 


- 


- 


- 


- 


46,287 


1 5,000 


- 


- 


12,249 


10,000 


1,025 


- 


- 


- 


1,224 


12,249 


" 10,000 


- 


2,506 


33,429 


10,000 


23,429 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33,429 


- 


1' 2.38 


8,767 


23,620 


3,000 


20,620 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23,620 


- 


- 


- 


- 


700,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


700,000 


- 


- 


- 


19,091 


12,000 


1,386 


- 


- 


4,695 


1,010 


19,091 


1 1,985 


- 


8,235 


16,181 


6,225 


382 


7,169 


2,405 


- 


- 


16,181 


~ 


- 


- 


1,563,546 


600,000 


- 


- 


652,444 


- 


311,102 


1,563,546 



3 Mortgage note. 

10 Sand rights. 

11 Mortgage. 



12 And buildings. 

1" Should have been held. 

1* Good will and licenses. 



15 Furniture and fixtures. 
IS In lieu of annual. 



252 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 





la 


1 


1 


03 

'S. 
o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






38, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 


;S . 


TION. 










■i 


1 


5'S '^ 


"1 






s 


03 


Mi 


1 




lllli 


03 g 
1« 




^ 


a 


Q 


<J 


rt 


§ 


s 


o 


Child Acme Cutter and Press 


Dec. 12, 


Nov. 11, 


June 30, 


$30,000 


_ 


_ 


$12,760 


$8,071 


Company, The, Boston. 


191.3. 


1913. 


1913. 












Chilson Furnace Company, 


Oct. 2, 


5 June 29, 


June 1, 


30,000 


$26,500 


$6,000 


8,440 


3,311 


Mansfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












China- American Trading 


.\ug. 6, 


July 6, 


July 1, 


25,000 


- 


11,700 


285 


13,475 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Chism Equipment Company, 


Feb. 24, 


5 Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


The, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Christian Register Associa- 


July 2, 


5 June 30, 


Dec. 31, 


8,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


tion, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Chronotype Printing Com- 


June 19, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


4,000 


2,700 


300 


2,101 


pany, Westborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Church Street Automobile 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,700 


3,062 


2,172 


Corporation, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Churchill and Alden Com- 


Sept. 21, 


» July 2, 


Apr. 30, 


600,000 


i» 20,792 


11 15,342 


301,391 


717,685 


pany, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cjiurchill Cranberry Com- 


Apr. 7, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 1, 


25,000 


16,000 


425 


- 


3,589 


pany, Bridgewater. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Churchill Dry Goods Com- 


May 11, 


"Apr. 16, 


Mch. 9, 


4,000 


- 


- 


6,061 


510 


pany, Bridgewater. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Church's Booking Office Inc., 


Aug. 5, 


May 12, 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


20 


163 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cigar Makers Co-operative 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


1,050 


- 


- 


- 


1,095 


Association, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cilley Gem and Mica Com- 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


13,500 


- 


- 


784 


pany, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914, 












Cincotta Cusolito Company, 


Oct. 9, 


Oct. 3, 


Oct. 3, 


25,000 


- 


- 


2,906 


20,395 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Citizens Coal Company, Hol- 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


1,741 


550 


926 


2,730 


yoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Citrus Development Com- 


Sept. 3, 


Aug. 6, 


July 31, 


250,000 


3,050 


493 


- 


5,592 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












City and Suburban Asso- 


Feb. 17, 


5 Feb. 3, 


Oct. 31, 


5,000 


10 5,000 


- 


- 


5 


ciates, Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












City Fuel Company, Boston, 


July 21, 
1914. 


Apr. 24, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


250,000 


399,302 


18 78,606 


63,317 


119,933 


City Garage and Sales Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


4,000 


6,000 


908 


pany of Pittsfield, Pitts- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












field. 


















City Garage Company, Brock- 


Nov. 10, 


Oct. 13, 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,494 


5,568 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












City Laundry Company, Bos- 


May 29, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


43,499 


19,706 


958 


7,917 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












City Loan Company, Bos- 


June 2, 


Apr. 28, 


Mch. 31, 


2,000 








16,763 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












City Manufacturing Corpo- 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 27, 


750,000 


165,000 


674,145 


373,255 


186,127 


ration, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












City News Company, Fall 


Sept. 17, 


8 Aug. 19, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,498 


3,059 


River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












City of Homes Realty Com- 


Apr. 30, 


Mch. 5, 


Mch. 5, 


50,000 


1,900 


- 


- 


1,128 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Claflin-Sumner Coal Com- 


May 11, 


Apr. 21, 


Mch. 31, 


125,000 


53,220 


32,813 


40,431 


124,396 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clapp and Abercrombie Com- 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


436 


1,871 


4,991 


pany, The, Greenfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clapp-Eastham Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


32 1,050 


10,475 


5,905 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Trade-marks. 
•' Good will. 

■• Due stockholders i 
■" Adjourned. 
« Patterns. 



ind others. 



' Trust fund. 
8 Office furniture. 
' Lease of real estate. 

10 Equity. 

11 And fixtures. 

12 Prepaid items. 



13 In lieu of annual. 

1' Fixtures. 

16 Office fixtures. 

18 Due on instalment stock. 

1' Contracts. 

1' And equipment. 



1914. 



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253 



of Corporations — Continued. 





.^SETS - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIBS. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


s 

a 
1 


i 
s 




Capital Stock. 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


J. 
XI 

-a 

a 

ii 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


Surplus. 


Profit and Loss. 


1 


1 S6,000 

2 600 

3 30,000 


6 S9,409 


S22,203 
33,868 


S79,634 

87,528 


830,000 
30,000 


$106 
i 49,528 

3,172 


- 


$54,356 


- 


- 


•S79,634 
87,528 


- 


- 


- 


25,460 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


S460 


25,460 


1 6,700 


- 


- 


6,700 


6,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,700 


- 


' 3,000 
8 200 


9,043 


12,243 


8,500 


3,743 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,243 


3 600 




- 


9,701 


5,000 


1,369 


S3,250 


- 


- 


82 


9,701 


- 


9 3,000 


773 


10,707 


1,610 


447 


8,650 


- 


- 


- 


10,707 


- 


12 4,304 


- 


1,059,514 


580,000 


132,768 


- 


305,500 


.S41,246 


- 


1,0.59,514 


- 


- 


~ 


20,014 


16,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,014 


20,014 


- 


"666 


- 


7,237 


4,000 


3,174 


- 


- 


- 


63 


7,237 


- 


15 400 


10,933 


11,516 


10,000 


1,516 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,516 


- 


- 




1,095 


1,050 


- 


- 


- 


45 


- 


1,095 


- 


- 


19,216 


33,500 


33,500 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33,500 


- 


- 


- 


23,301 


14,100 


4,807 


- 


4,394 


- 


- 


23,301 


- 


- 


- 


5,947 


1,695 


505 


- 


1,700 


- 


2,047 


5,947 


3 2.5,000 


16 7,702 


4,414 


46,251 


37,250 


226 


2,000 


" 6,775 


- 


- 


46,251 


- 


- 


1,135 


6,140 


5,000 


1,140 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,140 


3 93,000 
3 8,000 


19 8,000 
20 27,820 


5 


789,978 
18,913 


175,000 
18,000 


112,801 
913 


21 373,832 


90,000 


22 16,431 
23 2,848 


W,066 


789,978 
18,913 


- 


- 


- 


9,062 


5,000 


1,028 


- 


- 


- 


3,034 


9,062 


3 10,000 


2< 5,155 

25 1,917 

26 6,016 
2' 5,433 

28 1,116 

30 4,500 




101,717 
21,263 


60,000 
2,000 


3,361 
19,150 


24,600 


2,100 


9,824 
29 1,832 


113 


101,717 
21,263 


- 


■ - 


- 


1,398,527 


750,000 


1,144 


- 


460,000 


31 17,000 


170,383 


1,398,527 


3 8,000 


30 526 


- 


16,083 


10,000 


5,010 


- 


- 


1,073 


- 


16,083 


3 7,000 


- 


856 


10,884 


9,535 


149 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


10,884 


- 


- 


- 


250,860 


125,000 


44,746 


- 


67,500 


13,614 


- 


2.50,860 


3 500 


- 


- 


7,798 


3,000 


1,550 


- 


1,200 


- 


2,048 


7,798 


1 2,500 
3 2,500 


30 430 


- 


22,860 


10,000 


4,095 


- 


1,678 


7,087 


_ 


22,860 



19 Vessel property. 

20 Suspense. 

21 Mortgages. 

22 Reserve for tax and accrued interest. 



23 Reserve for bad accounts. 

24 Horses. 

25 Motor wagons. 



2^ Factory and office fixtures. 



23 Prepaid charges. 

29 Accrued items. 

30 Furniture and fixtures 

31 Depreciatioji. 
33 And tools. 



254 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







a 


1 


03 

Q. 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






ise, 
and 
'roc- 


1 


TION. 


o 




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1 . 


i 




cturc 
land 
rial, 
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1 




jthori 
Stock 


! 1 


1 


anufa 
Mercl 
Matei 
Stock 
ess. 


1« 




^ 


P 


Q 


< 


(S 


S 


S 


o 


Clapp Trading Company, 


May 11, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


895,000 


$6,000 


15,773 


$505 


$1,029 


Avon, 


19U. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clark and Cleale Co., Boston, 


Feb. 20, 
1914. 


Jan. 5, 
1914. 


Dec. 1, 
1913. 


30,000 


- 


- 


6,873 


13,752 


Clark & Dupre Mfg. Co., 


May 1, 


4 Apr. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


1,186 


12,688 


5,323 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clark & Lee Company, The, 


June 10, 


May 4, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


350 


1,100 


- 


4,607 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark <fe Merrill Company, 


May 25, 


May 13, 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


3,800 


- 


4,058 


35,819 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark and Sands Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


7,787 


855 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark, Coggin and Johnson 


May 5, 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 28, 


65,000 


_ 


8,879 


15,362 


67,225 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












C 1 a r k-Cutier-McDermott 


May 8, 


Apr. 18, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


13,795 


12,270 


29,028 


24,939 


Company, Franklin. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark Independent Oil Com- 


Mch. 2, 


«Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


9 10,490 


2,364 


1,802 


2,668 


pany, West Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clark Refining Company, 


Sept. 21, 


"Sept. 8, 


May 31, 


100,000 


~ 


1,277 


30 


36,263 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark Remedies Company, 


July 17, 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


- 


156 


320 


529 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Clark Sawyer Company, The, 


May 16, 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


102,022 


53,791 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark School of Shorthand and 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


5,000 


_ 


500 


800 


- 


Typewriting, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clark Staging Company, The, 


June 30, 


June 25, 


Apr. 29, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,029 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clarke Printing Company, 


June 9, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


500 


30 


142 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clarke Pump Company, Bos- 


July 9, 


Mch. 22, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 




150 


- 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Clarksburg Ice Company, 


Dec. 29, 


Aug. 21, 


Aug. 21, 


6,500 


- 


6,023 


1,675 


1,296 


North Adams. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cleanso Specialty Co., Cam- 


July 22, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 1, 


50,000 




450 


150 


120 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clear Brook Cranberry Com- 


May 28, 


May 12, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


18,371 


- 


- 


100 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clearola Mfg. Company, 


July 13, 


Mch. 9, 


Mch. 9, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


312 


Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cleghorn Clothing Company, 


July 1, 


May 5, 


May 5, 


5,000 


- 


- 


8,570 


1,425 


Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clement Company, The, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 3, 


Feb. 3, 


10,000 


- 


- 


15,545 


3,361 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clement Manufacturing Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


32,000 


18,529 


14,410 


11,263 


22,518 


pany, Northampton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clemmer & Conover, Inc., 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


12,807 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clerk Leather Co., Peabody, 


Mch. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 12, 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


10,000 


10,229 


8,715 


4,225 


1,315 


Cleveland-Cheever Company, 


Mch. 17, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


4,567 


38,999 


51,429 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clifford, Black and Company, 


Mch. 17, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


25,124 


- 


23,792 


35,928 


Incorporated, Maiden. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clifford Building Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


13,000 


13,900 


Lenox. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clifford S. Cobb Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


66,469 


75 


Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Climax Company, The, 


Apr. 3, 


4 Mch. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


6,500 


- 


- 


1,018 


1,263 


Barnstable. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Bonds. 

^ Good will. 
■• Adjourned. 



5 Fixtures, horses and teams. 

6 Fixtures. 
' Supplies. 

8 Insurance. 



' And plant. 
1' Deferred charges. 

11 Date of postponement. 

12 Trade-marks. 



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255 



of Corporations — Continued. 





.Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 




3 

1 


03 


"o 


o 


§3 


1 


1 

ii 


1 


i 
1 


"o 


, 1 $37,500 


- 


$3,586 


$54,393 


$48,175 


$1,218 


2 $5,000 


- 


- 


- 


$54,393 


3 12,835 


- 


- 


33,460 


22,100 


5,634 


- 


$4,072 


$1,654 


- 


33,460 


18,100 


- 


5,228 


32,525 


15,000 


11,675 


- 


5,850 


- 


-■ 


32,525 


3 2,000 


- 


3,082 


11,139 


10,000 


1,139 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,139 


3 4,000 


5 $5,500 


8,947 


62,124 


50,000 


12,124 


- 


- 


- 


- 


62,124 


- 


6 367 
■95 
8 25 


- 


9,129 


1,600 


5,421 


- 


- 


- 


$2,108 


9,129 


- 


9,094 


100,560 


65,000 


35,560 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,560 




- 


- 


80,032 


50,000 


13,717 


- 


10,000 


- 


6,315 


80,032 


3 20,000 


ii'135 


- 


37,459 


25,700 


4,988 


3,500 


2,800 


471 


- 


37,459 


10,600 


- 


1,730 


49,900 


45,400 


- 


- 


4,500 


- 


- 


49,900 


12 5,795 
3 8,000 


6 15,835 


328 
14,311 


15,128 
185,959 


15,000 
100,000 


128 
38,080 


_ 


47,879 


- 


_ 


15,128 
185,959 


- 


- 


5,100 


6,400 


5,000 


1,400 


- 


- 


* 


- 


6,400 


13 9,000 


n 1,500 


- 


12,529 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,529 


12,529 


3 5,077 


- 


1,882 


7,631 


7,500 


131 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,631 


1 15,000 


- 


10,796 


25,946 


24,980 


966 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


25,946 


- 


- 


1,678 


10,672 


6,500 


452 


3,500 


220 


- 


- 


10,672 


- 


i» 50,000 


622 


51,342 


50,000 


- 


1,342 


- 


- 


- 


51,342 


16 4,800 


1- 16,231 


- 


39,502 


10,000 


472 


16,000 


1,000 


- 


12,030 


39,502 


1 26,000 


- 


159 


26,471 


26,000 


217 


- 


254 


- 


- 


26,471 


- 


- 


- 


9,995 


5,000 


4,790 




- 


- 


205 


9,995 


- 


6 1,830 


5,689 


26,425 


10,000 


10,925 




5,500 


- 


- 


26,425 


3 2,000 


18 10,200 
"317 


- 


77,237 
14,807 


32,000 
7,200 


453 
251 


~ 


- 


5,346 


44,784 
2,010 


77,237 
14,807 


- 


- 


- 


24,484 


10,000 


7,756 


3,700 


565 


2,463 


- 


24,484 


- 


- 


- 


94,995 


20,000 


35,076 


- 


15,769 


24,150 


- 


94,995 


3 3,000 


20 2,500 


- 


90,344 


30,000 


16,178 


21 15,000 


14,850 


12,496 


1,820 


90,344 


- 


- 


- 


26,900 


10,000 


6,900 


- 


- 


3,000 


7,000 


26,900 


- 


6 5,060 


- 


71,604 


50,000 


16,205 


- 


- 


- 


5,399 


71,604 


1 5,000 


22 502 


- 


7,783 


5,015 


733 


- 


1,800 


- 


235 


7,783 



13 Patent rights and good will. 
1" Tools. 

15 Formula. 

16 Good will and rights. 



1' Bog development. 

18 Treasury stock. 

19 Office furniture. 



20 Stock. 

21 Mortgage on real estate. 

22 Patterns. 



256 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 

1 


_g 
1 
.2 


1 

S 


ca 

S, 
<a 
O 




Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 

1 


1 


anufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 


ca g 




^ 


Q 


Q 


^ 


« 


■s 


S 


Q 


Climax Paper Box Company, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


$60,000 


$33,469 


$23,395 


$13,738 


$17,125 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Climax Smoke Preventer 


Aug. 5, 


May 4, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


517 


1,617 


Company, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clinton Amusement Com- 


Feb. 24, 


iFeb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


367 


pany, Clinton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clinton Concrete Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


3,211 


1,470 


1,879 


6,787 


Clinton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clinton E. Hobbs Company, 


Sept. 1, 


I June 18, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


400 


13,558 


10,302 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Clinton Foundry Company, 


Aug. 5 , 


July 13, 


June 30, 


33,000 


3,361 


5,108 


24,843 


27,870 


Clinton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clinton Market Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


200,000 


682,000 


- 


- 


4,763 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clinton W. Schwamb and Co. 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


250 


2,391 


1,888 


Incorporated, Arlington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Clinton Wire Cloth Company, 


Mch. 26, 


Mch. 25, 


Deo. 31, 


400,000 


272,101 


with R. E. 


469,390 


1,419,286 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cloudland Farm, Inc., Bos- 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 23, 


Nov. 30, 


30,000 


25,000 


- 


i 3,400 


188 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Clough Lumber Company, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


s 8,592 


_ 


- 


19,845 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cloverdale Company, The, 


June 18, 


Apr. 19, 


Mch. 31, 


70,000 


- 


3,295 


73,329 


798 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Club Stable Corporation, 


Mch. 31, 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 5, 


6,400 


8,500 


- 


200 


1,250 


New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cluett, Peabody & Co. Inc., 


July 29, 


July 28, 


June 30, 


90,000 


49,203 


87,576 


66,712 


98,043 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1M4. 












Coal Consumers' League of 


May 2, 


1 Mch. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,405 


Springfield, Massachusetts, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












(Incorporated), Springfield. 


















Coates Clipper Manufactur- 


Dec. 5, 


Oct. 4, 


Aug. 23, 


15,000 


- 


45,000 


42,472 


8,081 


ing Company, Worcester. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Coates Clipper Mamifactur- 


Nov. 2, 


lOct. 20, 


.luly 31, 


15,000 


2,110 


32,155 


37,839 


8,790 


ing Company, Worcester 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












(2d return). 


















Cobb & Drew, Inc., Kings- 


Aug. 29, 


Aug. 3, 


July 1, 


100,000 


13,000 


33,000 


54,215 


11,955 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cobb, Bates and Yerxa Com- 


Mch. 17, 


iFeb. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


400,000 


16,500 


17,250 


903,401 


651,878 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 




j 








Coburn Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 14, 


Nov. 10, 


Oct. 31, 


70,000 


76,542 


- 


- 


3,462 


pany, Framingham. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Coburn Trolley Track Manu- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


350,000 


67,250 


38,199 


173,783 


128,782 


facturing Company, Chic- 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












opee. 
Cochichewick Lake Ice Com- 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 31, 


22,000 


14,500 


1,000 


" 3,500 


- 


pany, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Coohituate Oil Proof Co., 


Mch. 17, 


Mch. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


1 - 


- 


3,232 


21,247 


Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 




1 








Cochrane Chemical Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


700,000 


18 351,091 


with R. E. 


450,161 


177,478 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cochrane Manufacturing 


May 26, 


May 18, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


217,778 


307,149 


153,307 


100,582 


Company, Dedham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Coconis Cigarette Machine 


June 15, 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


•_ 


- 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Codman & Co., Incorporated, 


Sept. 12, 


May 20, 


Apr. 30, 


30,000 


- 


- 


5,984 


17,048 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1914. 












Codman & Shurtleff, Inc., 


Apr. 21, 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


40,000 


- 


4,280 


28,158 


11,467 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Codman Realty Corporation, 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 5, 


Mch. 4, 


50,000 


1,518 


- 


- 


3,910 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Adjourned. 

- Good will. 

■■' Patent rights. 

■* And .supplies. 

■■ Live stock. 



" Improvements. 
' Mortgage. 
8 Timber lots. 
' Lumber. 
1" Trado-marlcs. 



11 Good will and fixtures. 

12 Equipment account. 

13 Insurance and advertising, 
n New equipment. 

IS Small tools. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



257 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 










LUBILITIES. 








111 


3 
o 

1 
1 
1 






i 

3 

'I 
O 


Ph 

3 JJ 

< 


-i 


1 

.si 
11 


3 
03 


i 
1 


C8 


- 


- 


- 


S87,727 


$60,000 


$8,370 


$14,750 


- 


$4,607 


- 


$87,727 


- 


- 


S17 


2,151 


60 


2,091 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,151 


2 ss.ooo 


- 


- 


10,367 


10,000 


194 


- 


- 


- 


$173 


10,367 


3 4,000 


- 


- 


17,347 


14,000 


392 


- 


- 


- 


2,955 


17,347 


2 4,526 


- 


- 


28,786 


15,000 


8,286 


- 


$5,500 




- 


28,786 


- 


- 


- 


61,182 


33,000 


5,205 


13,000 


- 


9,977 


- 


61,182 


- 


- 


- 


686,763 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


486,763 


686,763 
6,657 


- 


- 


2,130 


6,657 


5,000 


1,657 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,160,777 


400,000 


15,844 


- 


- 


648,658 


1,096,275 


2,160,777 


- 


5 $3,833 

6 4,642 

9 29,764 


6,196 


43,259 
58,201 


30,000 
25,000 


313 
181 


' 4,500 


8,446 
21,986 


11,034 


- 


43,259 
58,201 


11 1,041 
" 38,413 


- 


- 


116,876 
9,950 


39,000 
6,400 


6,634 
700 


- 


: 


61,318 

800 


9,924 
2,050 


116*876 
9,950 


- 


- 


- 


301,534 


90,000 


211,534 


- 


- 


- 


- 


301,534 


- 


- 


25 


4,430 


3,520 


910 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,430 


- 


- 


- 


95,553 


15,000 


12,649 


- 


45,328 


22,576 


- 


95,553 


- 


12 23,849 
13 3,297 


- 


108,040 


15,000 


7,660 


- 


55,271 


28,334 


1,775 


108,040 


- 




- 


112,170 


100,000 


3,374 


- 


- 


8,796 


- 


112,170 


- 


- 


- 


1,589,029 


400,000 


1,189,029 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,589,029 


- 


- 


- 


80,004 


70,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,004 


80,004 


- 


" 13,606 
"693 


- 


422,313 


268,600 


1,132 


- 


55,000 


- 


97,581 


422,313 


- 


1' 3,000 


- 


22,000 


22,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22,000 


- 


- 


- 


24,479 


8,700 


2,569 


- 


- 


13,210 


- 


24,479 


3 49,750 


19 9,940 

20 38,920 

21 68,270 
20 57,600 

22 10,000 


728 


1,027,590 
914,686 

50,478 


700,000 
200,000 

50,000 


68,006 
221,915 


- 


75,163 
77,500 

478 


184,421 
415,271 


- 


1,027,590 
914,686 

50,478 


10 1,000 

2 7,000 

8 63 


23 7,100 

24 70 


8,338 


46,540 
43,968 


30,000 
40,000 


16,540 
2,322 


: 


- 


: 


1,646 


46,540 
43,968 


- 


25 103 


250 


5,781 


1,600 
26 3,850 


25 


- 


- 


- 


306 


5,781 



16 And ice. 

1' Horses and wagons. 
1' And fixtures. 
'9 Deferred charges. 



20 Investments. 

21 Copper. 

22 Equipment. 

23 Furniture and fixtures. 



2'! Unexpired insurance. 

25 Office equipment. 

26 stock subscribed for. 



258 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Coes & Young Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Coghlin Electric Co., Worces- 
ter. 

Coin Operated Machine Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Colby's Incorporated, Taun- 
ton. 

Colchester Mill Company, 
The, Amesbury. 

Cold Blast Market Company, 
Fitohburg. 

Coldwell-Gildard Company, 
The, Boston. 

Cole Drug Company, Boston, 

Collateral Loan Company, 

Boston. 
Collier Automobile Goggle 

Company, Cambridge. 
Colher-Keyworth Company, 

Gardner. 
Collieson Bros., Incorporated, 



Collingwood Park Company, 
Boston. 

Collins and Rankin Company, 
Boston. 

Collins Clothing Company, 
Haverhill. 

Colhns, Lee Company, Chel- 
sea. 

Collins Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Wilbraham. 

Colhns-Plass Company, Fall 
River. 

Collins, Pratt & Graves Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Cohnan Specialty Company, 
Boston. 

Colonial Bed Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Colonial Clothing Company, 
Lawrence. 

Colonial Counter Company, 
Lynn. 

Colonial Cranberry Company, 
Brockton. 

Colonial Engraving Co., Bos- 
ton. 

Colonial File Company of 
Massachusetts, Boston. 

Colonial File Company of 
Massachusetts, Boston (2d 
return). 

Colonial Interstate Express 
Co., Salem. 

Colonial Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Westfield. 

Colonial Match Company, 
Worcester. 

Colonial of Haverhill Inc., 
The, Haverhill. 






Mch. 14, 

1914. 
June 26, 

1914. 
Aug. 28, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
July 9, 

1914. 
Mch. 7, 

1914. 
June 8, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
Apr. 22, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 

Feb. 27, 

1914. 
May 6, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
July 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Mch. 25, 

1914. 
Apr. 22, 

1914. 
June 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Nov. 23, 

1914. 

May 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 20, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
Aug. 7, 

1914. 



Mch. 9 

1914. 
Apr. 20, 

1914. 
4 May 25 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
May 12 

1914. 
6 Feb. 23 

1914. 
6 May 29, 

1914. 
Jan. 22, 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
Feb. 2 

1914. 
July 14 

1914. 
Feb. 9 

1914. 
Mch. 17 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Feb. 12 
" 1914. 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 

Jan. 12 

1914. 
16 Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 13 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914. 
Jan. 8 

1914. 
Feb. 2 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 
6 Mch. 24, 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Oct. 11 

1913. 
Oct. 24 

1914. 

May 13, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
21 Jan. 20, 

1914. 
Apr. 26 

1914. 



Feb. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 28 

1914. 
May 1 

1914. 
Feb. 9 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Oct. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
June 30 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 17 

1914. 
Mch. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 12 

1914. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 

Dec. 31 

1913. 
Jan. 10, 

1914, 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Nov. 30, 

1913. 
Oct. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Sept. 30, 

1913 
Sept. 20, 

1914. 

Apr. 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 



$75,000 
10,000 
50,000 

100,000 
30,000 
12,000 

100,000 
6,000 

600,000 

100,000 
50,000 
10,000 
30,000 
5,000 
7,500 
30,000 

300,000 
100,000 
20,000 
50,000 
15,000 
10,000 
5,000 
100,000 
40,000 
45,000 
45,000 

1,000 

10,000 

600,000 

1,000 



Assets. 



$25,000 



44,990 
37,830 



i,000 



176,000 



17,500 



13,544 
13,570 



2 (D ca o o5 



5,563 



38 
6,861 



1,324 

150,000 
75,000 



2,541 
20 500 
11,377 
21,699 
23,385 



$32,069 
60,938 

48,744 

1,116 

5,888 
2,700 

290 
56,653 
12,087 

16,738 

15,676 

1,593 

122,773 

109,000 

11,726 

1,471 

7,704 
3,959 

51 

27,724 
38,700 



1 Good will. 

2 Fixtures. 

3 Prepaid expenses. 

* Should have been held. 
!> Patent rights. 



" Adjourned. 

7 Furniture and fixtures. 

8 Mortgage. 

9 Auction fund. 
'■" Motortruck. 



n Office furniture. 

12 Store fixtures. 

w Horses, wagons, equipments 

automobiles. 
'■i Stock in other corporations. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



259 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


a 2 g 


3 

i 
1 
1 


1 

o 


1 


Capital Stock. 


-S 


J. 

1 
ll 


1 

ii 

E 


3 

"5 


i 


1 
^ 


1 S28,098 


2 $5,856 
3 1,342 


- 


S87,726 
105,399 


$51,600 
10,000 


S12,685 
40,831 


- 


S23,441 
52,663 


- 


$1,905 


$87,726 
105,399 


5 50,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


2 14,203 


- 


77,227 


67,700 


479 


- 


7,500 


- 


1,548 


77,227 


- 


- 


S3,988 


30,200 


30,000 


200 


- 


- 


- 




30,200 


1 3,400 


2 2,938 


2,205 


13,858 


7,200 


4,958 


- 


1,700 


- 


- 


13,858 


6 40,672 


24,876 


- 


116,687 


100,000 


12,442 


- 


- 




4,245 


116,687 


1 2,500 


7 1,900 


- 


7,250 


6,000 


350 


8 $900 


- 


- 


- 


7,250 


- 


- 


- 


1,399,773 


600,000 


- 


- 


25,000 


$600,000 
9 10,296 


164,477 


1,399,773 


5 99,460 


- 


- 


99,831 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


39,831 


99,831 


1 3,000 


10 1,000 
"550 


- 


188,070 
37,758 


50,000 
10,000 


16,915 
7,817 
1,525 


- 


- 


100,000 
19,941 


21,155 

with 
surplus 


188,070 

37,758 

1,525 


- 


- 


- 


17,068 


5,000 


1,594 


- 


7,575 


1,000 


1,899 


17,068 


- 


12 3,000 


686 


20,618 


7,500 


- 


6,000 


7,118 


- 


- 


20,618 


1 10,000 


13 7,627 
" 1,000 
15 1,600 




42,194 
918,937 


30,000 
300,000 


2,179 
71,875 






10,015 


547,062 


42,194 
918,937 


6 10,000 


- 


- 


243,000 


50,000 


190,000 


- 


- 


3,000 


■ 


243,000 


17 8,500 


- 


- 


38,131 


11,000 


23,449 


- 


- 


- 


3,682 


38,131 


18 422 
1 14,317 
1 12,500 


^ 1,053 
19 3,000 


6,836 


30,479 
12,500 


18,000 
12,500 


1,660 


10,378 


441 


~ 


_ 


30,479 
12,500 


- 


2 500 


- 


18,624 


10,000 


1,490 


- 


4,000 


2,774 


360 


18,624 


- 


- 


- 


9,208 


5,000 


3,212 


- 


750 


246 


- 


9,208 


- 


21500 


3,568 


22,068 


17,750 


318 


3,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


22,068 


129,211 


- 


10,228 


52,990 


40,000 


6,420 


- 


6,570 


- 


- 


52,990 


1 11,596 


- 


25,508 


104,926 


30,000 


3,054 


20,000 


51,872 


- 


- 


104,926 


111,596 


- 


24,942 


116,348 


30,000 


3,372 


20,000 


62,976 


- 


' 


116,348 


- 


22 2,000 

23 900 


738 


3,219 
1,000 


1,000 
1,000 


57 


- 


1,500 


- 


662 


3,219 
1,000 


5 15,000 
1 318,000 


23 2,000 


- 


333,000 
2,603 


333,000 
1,000 


635 


- 


- 


968 


- 


333,000 
2,603 



15 Treasury stock. 
1^ In lieu of annual. 
1' Good will and lease. 
'8 Trade-marks. 
1' Promotion expense. 



20 And buildings. 

21 Improvements. 

22 Auto truck. 

23 Horses, wagons, 

and express 



2^ Company has never done any 

business. 
26 Scenery, properties, etc. 



260 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





^ 

^ 

"S 


M 


+3 

a 


o. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






;s, 
ise, 
and 
'roc- 


s . 


TION. 




1 


02 


rized 
k. 


1 




acturc 
ohand 
erial, 
kinP 


11 




a-i 


o 


O 


J o 


w 


a 


2 S"a o aJ 


c3 g 




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1 


§ 


g^s^i 


1« 




^ 


a 


Q 


< 


cS 


s 


s 


o 


Colonial Real Estate Agency 


May 6, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


$40,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$950 


Company, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Colonial Securities Company, 


May 7, 


Apr. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Colonial Sight Seeing Auto 


June 9, 


^ Mch. 17, 


Jan. 13, 


5,000 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Colonial Steel Products Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500 


- 


$3,122 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Colonial Theatre Company, 


June 27, 


June 22, 


Apr. 1, 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Colonial Theatre, Incorpo- 


Oct. 15, 


Sept. 15, 


Sept. 15, 


8,000 


- 


400 


- 


2,000 


rated of Lowell, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Amusement Com- 


May 7, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 2, 


50,000 


$205,500 


7,666 


- 


718 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Company, Incorpo- 


Mch. 2, 


Nov. 15, 


Oct. 15, 


20,000 


- 


3,025 


$75 


75 


rated, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Columbia Counter Company, 


Feb. 14, 


«Jan. 22, 


Jan. 6, 


10,000 


- 


1 


14,686 


36,986 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Creamery Com- 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 16, 


Mch. 1, 


100,000 


23,529 


12,000 


89,193 


29,795 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Electric Engineer- 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


4,830 


8,260 


ing Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Jewelry Company, 


Sept. 22, 


July 13, 


June 15, 


28,000 


18,700 


3,000 


8,643 


21,884 


Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Manufacturing 


June 20, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


4,000 


2,145 


601 


Company Incorporated, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Boston. 


















Columbia Textile Company, 


May 21, 


Jan. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


150,000 


32,000 


10,000 


62,408 


10,921 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbia Tire and Top Com- 


Jan. 9, 


Oct. 6, 


Sept. 15, 


35,000 


- 


800 


5,663 


4,082 


pany, Brookline. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Columbian Amusement Com- 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 3, 


25,000 


" 14,559 


- 


- 


866 


pany, Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Columbian Corporation, The, 


June 26, 


» May 6, 


Dec. 31, 


600,000 


20 886,033 


with R. E. 


1,000 


64,864 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Columbian Insecticide Com- 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


100 


248 


1,672 


pany of Boston, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Columbian Law Bureau Inc., 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Apr. 8, 


Mch. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


_ 


5 


45 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Columbian Orchestra, Incor- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


porated, The, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Columbian Stevedores & Mfg. 


Apr. 18, 


Dec. 9, 


Dec. 9, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Combustion Engine Power 


June 6, 


23 _ 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












ins an Company, In- 


Feb. 24, 


4 Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


24,566 


14,131 


39,333 


14,741 


corporated, Oxford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commercial Chemical Com- 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 9, 


Mch. 9, 


25,000 


- 


- 


869 


6,418 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commercial Credit Company, 


Nov. 9, 


Aug. 10, 


Aug. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,612 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commercial Fibre Company, 


Feb. 28, 


Oct. 22, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


5,108 


- 


6 


Braintree. 


1914. 


1912. 


1913. 












Commercial Fibre Company, 


June 15, 


June 4, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


6,586 


2,422 


3,081 


Braintree (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commercial Hotel Company, 


June 4, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


4,000 


- 


- 


936 


1,152 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commercial Investment Co., 


May 12, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













» 4uto. 

2 Office furniture. 

' Franchise. 

< Adjourned. 

5 Scenery. 

' Fixtures. 



' Contingent advanced. 
8 Deferred charges bond discount. 
' Mortgages and bonds. 
1" Subscription received on stock. 
" Reserve for depreciation. 
12 Good will. 



13 Treasury stock. 

i* Mortgages. 

15 Patent rights. 

1" Subscription received for stock. 

1' Building and equipment. 

18 Reserve balances. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



261 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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- 


i$250 
2 350 


S33,465 


$35,015 


$32,000 


S2,900 


- 


$115 


- 


- 


$35,015 


- 


3 1,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 




- 


30 


30 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


3,122 


1,500 


1,143 


- 


- 


- 


$479 


3,122 


- 


5 450 
e 3,250 


21,936 


25,636 


1,200 


24,436 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,636 


- 


- 


5,600 


8,000 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,000 


- 


^ 4,426 
8 10,800 


40,898 


270,008 


45,000 


96,008 


91129,000 


- 


- 


- 


270,008 


- 


- 


930 


4,105 


30 
1° 1,000 


375 


- 


2,200 


- 


500 


4,105 


- 


- 


- 


51,673 


10,000 


14,538 


- 


6,000 


$12,682 
11 8,453 


- 


51,673 


12 Sl,479 


13 60,800 


- 


216,796 


100,000 


12,851 


» 2,400 


101,499 


- 


46 


216,796 


- 


- 


- 


13,090 


1,000 


2,476 


- 


- 


9,614 


with 
surplus 


13,090 


1^52,500 


- 


- 


58,527 


28,000 


5,184 


- 


23,500 


- 


1,843 


58,527 


12-3,800 






















15 2,000 


- 


- 


10,746 


10,000 


268 


- 


- 


- 


478 


10,746 


12,2,000 






















- 


- 


57,231 


172,560 


33,000 
16 117,000 


17,060 


5,500 


- 


- 


- 


172,560 


- 


- 


- 


10,545 


300 


4,430 


- 


- 


5,475 


340 


10,545 


- 


18 920 


- 


16,345 


7,500 


1,070 


- 


5,261 


2,514 


- 


16,345 


- 


21 11,838 


- 


963,735 


455,600 


13,414 


- 


140,959 


- 


353,762 


963,735 


- 


- 




2,020 


1,000 


170 


- 


- 


- 


850 


2,020 


-" 


- 


950 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


12 30 


- 


- 


30 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


22 26,000 


- 


1,000 


27,000 


26,000 




- 


1,000 


- 


- 


27,000 


15 100,000 


- 


14,500 


114,500 


100,000 






14,500 


- 


_ 


114,500 


- 


* 


- 


92,771 


50,000 


38,771 




- 


21 4,000 


- 


92,771 


12 4,540 


25 9,500 


- 


21,327 


• 15,500 


5,827 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,327 


12 9,100 


28 505 


- 


12,217 


10,000 


1,799 


- 




- 


418 


12,217 


- 


27 24.700 
28 5,000 


293 


35,107 


33,500 


- 


- 


1,607 


- 


- 


35,107 


29 59,100 


28 10,700 


5,456 


87,345 


83,600 


3,295 
30 22 


- 


428 


- 


- 


87,345 


31 10,000 


32 17,958 
21 1,034 


- 


31,080 


4,000 


6,107 


10,073 


- 


- 


10,900 


31,080 






1,700 


2,000 


2,000 












2,000 



19 In lieu of annual. 

20 And equipment. 

21 Deferred charges. 

22 Patent rights and rights to in- 

vention. 

23 None held in 1914. 



2^ Reserve. 

25 Capital stock unsold. 

26 Furniture and fixtures. 
2' Processes and formulae. 
28 Trustee stock. 



29 Patent rights and formulse. 

30 Accrued interest. 

31 Good will and lease. 

32 Furniture and equipment. 



262 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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NAME OF CORPORA- 






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and 
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Commercial Realty Company, 


Mch. 17, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


$5,000 


_ 


_ 






Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commercial Tow Boat Com- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


220,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


$41,799 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commercial Travelers Maga- 


Mch. 4. 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


- 


3 $3,996 


2,568 


zine Publishing Company, 
Springfield. 
Commercial Wharf Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Mch. 7, 


Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


$415,734 


_ 


_ 


5,525 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commonwealth Avenue Phar- 


Dec. 2, 


Sept. 2, 


Sept. 2, 


8,500 


_ 


_ 


6 7,700 


165 


macy Inc., Boston (for 
1913). 
Commonwealth Avenue Phar- 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Oct. 30, 


7 Oct. 20, 


Sept. 1, 


8,500 


_ 


_ 


9,450 


287 


macy Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commonwealth Building As- 


Oct. 16, 


8_ 


June 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


169 


sociation Inc., Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Commonwealth Company of 


June 9, 


8 _ 


Jan. 1, 


105,000 


_ 


- 


- 


1,000 


Massachusetts, Boston. 


1914. 




1914. 












Commonwealth Garage, Incor- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 2, 


5,000 


- 


$1,200 


80 


1,262 


porated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commonwealth Glue Com- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 29, 


25,000 


_ 


10 28,486 


64,243 


74,904 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commonwealth Hotel, Inc., 


May 18, 


May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


- 


4,419 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commonwealth Ice & Cold 


Sept. 16, 


May 8, 


May 8, 


1,000,000 


311,282 


51,660 


" 38,014 


1,369 


Storage Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commonwealth Instrument 


May 15, 


15 _ 


Sept. 30, 


75,000 


_'. 


- 


1,485 


_ 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Commonwealth Laundry Com- 


May 1, 


"Feb. 25, 


Oct. 1, 


20,000 


- 


15,570 


272 


2,413 


pany, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commonwealth Manufactur- 


Dec. 18, 


Sept. 3, 


July 1, 


150,000 


_ 


47,039 


20,967 


_ 


ing Company, Gardner (for 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












1913). 


















Commonwealth Manufactur- 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 2, 


July 31, 


75,000 


58,077 


with R. E. 


3,660 


5,356 


ing Company, Gardner. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Commonwealth Oil Company, 


Mch. 10, 


8 _ 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


- 


350 


1,150 


5,005 


Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Commonwealth Press, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


38,469 


4,674 


33,109 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Commonwealth Shoe and 


June 25, 


June 18, 


May 2, 


150,000 


66,182 


25,294 


45,381 


13,143 


Leather Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Compressed Steel Shafting 


Oct. 31, 


Sept. 30, 


July 1, 


100,000 


- 


26,579 


48,516 


15,893 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Conanicut Mills, Fall River, 


Nov. 2, 
1914. 


Oct. 28, 
1914. 


Sept. 26, 
1914. 


300,000 


85,600 


215,646 


79,734 


36,452 


Conant and Donelson Com- 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


16,631 


11,790 


18,719 


6,890 


pany, Conway. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Conant & Golan Company, 


Oct. 8, 


July 14, 


June 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,747 


5,134 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Conant Ball Company, Bos- 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


43,900 


11,079 


111,819 


78,197 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Conant Brothers Company, 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


2,000 


14,172 


19,126 


Somerville. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Conant Chapin Co., Leomin- 


May 1, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


- 


7,115 


5,700 


4,165 


ster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Concord Building Company, 


Jan. 16, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 13, 


32,000 


71,427 


- 


- 


531 


Framingham. 


1914. 


ffil4. 


1914. 













1 Lease. 

2 Tugs and barges. 

3 And advertising contracts. 
* Good will. 

'' Fixtures. 



s And fixtures. 
' Adjourned. 
8 None held in 1914. 
» Office furniture. 
1" And construction. 



11 Horses and wagons. 

12 Restaurant investment. 

13 Advertising contracts. 
1'' And expenses. 

15 None held in 1913. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



263 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



1 $1,000 

2 378,500 

5 270 



>50 



11 1,576 
12 1,592 



18 2,486 

19 524 

20 1,062 



22 82 



24 592 



3,329 
9 400 



"900 

2' 300 

28 523 

26 2,147 



S450 



644 



50 



46,713 
17,032 



1,802 
6,104 



8,216 



81,450 

420,299 

27,278 

421,259 
7,865 

9,737 

2,719 

1,050 

7,042 

215,922 

66,884 

402,325 

61,287 

28,431 

88,006 

87,175 
6,505 

76,252 
150,000 

90,988 
417,432 

83,350 

7,473 

248,724 

40,298 

17,880 

74,928 



LUBILITIES. 



a 



S1,000 

220,000 

15,300 

240,000 
6,000 

6,000 
2,370 
1,050 
5,000 
25,000 
50,000 
402,300 
60,000 
20,000 

75,000 

75,000 
150 

15,000 
150,000 

84,000 
251,700 

60,000 

3,500 

150,000 

24,000 

10,000 

32,000 



122,929 
1,779 

500 
1,000 

1,271 
330 

78 

4,003 

11,625 

25 

1,287 

4,220 
21544 

3,006 

12,076 
5,752 
3,775 

1,205 
1,194 
2,394 
3,202 
9,870 
12,417 
5,513 



§133,500 



186,919 



25 24,000 



30,000 



$10,199 



13 5,259 

1,914 

10,000 

with accts 



48,000 



98,000 
20,956 



38,500 



3,400 



23 $99 



9,477 



5,783 



26 4,382 



9,528 



180,759 
865 

2,466 
19 



1,753 



603 



66,538 

771 
21,972 
3,881 
2,367 



16 Patent rights. 
1' Inlieu of annual. 

18 Horse and wagon account. 

19 OfiSce fixtures. 

20 Fixtures, miscellaneous. 



21 Pay roll. 

22 Prepaid expenses. 

23 Reserve for depreciation. 

24 Furniture and fixtures. 



25 Real estate mortgage. 

26 Reserve. 
2' Furniture. 
28 Insurance. 



264 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 






Concrete and E.xpanded 
Metal Construction Com- 
pany, Cambridge. 

Condit Amusement Company, 
Boston. 

Conduit & Cable Manufac- 
turing Company, The, 
Boston. 

Confield Company, The, 
Springfield. 

Congress Investment Com- 
pany, The, Boston. 

Congress Realty Company, 
The, Boston. 

Congress Shoe & Rubber Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Conley Drug Co., The, Cam- 
bridge. 

Conlon Motor Cab Co., Bos- 
ton. 

Connecticut River Naviga- 
tion Company, Springfield. 

Connell and McKone Com- 
pany, Boston (for 1913). 

Connell and McKone Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Connolly Lumber Company, 
Waltham. 

Connolly Steel Casting Com- 
pany, Chelsea. 

Consignors' Union Inc., The, 
Boston. 

Consolidated Dry Goods Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Consolidated Ice Company, 
The, Clinton. 

Consolidated Meat and Gro- 
cery Company, New Bed- 
ford. 

Consolidated Weir Company, 
Boston. 

Construction Information 
Company, The, Boston. 

Consumers Coal Corporation, 
Boston. 

Consumers' Cooperative Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Consumptina Emulsion Com- 
pany, Baston. 

Continental Bedding Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Continental Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Continental Fruit Products 
Co., Worcester. 

Continental Wood Screw 
Company, New Bedford. 

Contoocook Mills Corpora- 
tion, Boston. 



Feb. 25, 
1914. 

Jan. 30, 
1914. 

Mch. 7, 
1914. 

Apr. 7, 

1914. 
Sept. 12, 

1914. 
Feb. 12, 

1914. 
May 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 5, 

1914. 
Aug. 12, 

1914. 
Mch. 5, 

1914. 
Dee. 2, 

1913. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
June 9, 

1914. 
Nov. 19, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Mch. 10, 

1914. 
Apr. 2, 

1914. 

Aug. 7, 

1914. 
May 1, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 6, 

1914. 
Mch. 11, 

1914. 
Oct. 6, 

1914. 



Feb. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


May 2, 


Apr. 30, 


1914. 


1914. 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


Nov. 1, 


Oct. 31, 


1913. 


1913. 


July 22, 


Mch. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Sept. 5, 


Aug. 31, 


1913. 


1913. 


Aug. 4, 


June 30, 


1914. 


1914. 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


Nov. 17, 


Oct. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 8, 


1914. 


1913. 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 28, 


1914. 


1914. 


May 22, 


Apr. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


22 Oct. 31, 


Aug. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Sept. 5, 


Aug. 5, 


1914. 


1914. 


Jan. 24, 


Jan. 1, 


1914. 


1914. 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


1914. 


1913. 


May 25, 


Mch. 31, 


1914. 


1914. 



810,000 

30,000 
110,000 

50,000 

70,000 

150,000 

100,000 

3,000 

1,000 

25,000 

15,000 

15,000 

5,000 

5,000 

10,000 

1,250,000 

21,375 

145,000 

200,000 
15,000 
50,000 
50,000 

250,000 
20,000 

500,000 
25,000 

150,000 

750,000 



Assets. 





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840,545 



20,000 
« 26,991 



64,500 
389 



" 176,463 
5,825 



71,656 



4,100 
29 150,000 



I S6,188 


- 


- 


$104 


5 25,612 


11,192 


1,554 


35,508 


: 


197,109 


925 


2,800 


- 


15,380 


- 


32,173 


- 


1,150 


951 


696 


- 


575,869 


700 


2,320 


- 


21,950 


54,739 


1,893 


- 


200 


- 


736 


6,527 


7,917 


1,558 


18,962 


59,000 


16,771 


30 218,354 


161,304 



1 And tools and equipment. 

2 Furniture and fixtures. 

' Reserved for depreciation. 

■• Building, steam plant and electric 

plant. 
6 And tools. 



^ Patent rights. 

' Office furniture and factory fix- 
tures. 

8 Prepaid insurance. 

9 Accrued taxes. 

10 Accrued interest. 



11 Investment. 

12 Good will. 

" Good will and agency. 
" Equity. 

15 Fixtures and improvements. 
10 Miscellaneous account. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



265 



oj Corporations 


— Continued. 
















Assets 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


II 


1 

1 


J 

a 


"3 
1 


■i 

o 

J 

1 
o 


< 


J. 

1 

ll 


T3 

a 
a a 


1 


i 

1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


$41,003 


$10,000 


$17,692 


- 


- 


$13,311 


- 


$41,003 


- 


2 $1,904 


- 


43,477 


15,000 


- 


- 


$6,721 


3 3,814 


$17,942 


43,477 


6 $89,700 


'381 

8 131 


- 


177,470 


109,000 


59,850 
9 317 
i»34 

11,513 


- 


- 


- 


8,269 


177,470 


- 




$137 


40,113 


28,600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40,113 


- 


11423 


- 


' 17,736 


2,500 


12,981 


- 


- 


- 


2,255 


17,736 


- 


- 


- 


64,500 


27,000 


- 


$36,000 


721 


- 


779 


64,500 


- 


2 8,207 


22,396 


454,649 


50,000 


295,149 


- 


109,500 


- 


- 


454,649 


12 1,000 


- 


- 


4,885 


3,000 


450 


700 


60 


200 


475 


4,885 


- 


- 


3,000 


3,500 


300 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,500 


12 25,000 


- 


- 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,000 


w 5,000 


- 


- 


63,637 


15,000 


20,603 


- 


- 


- 


28,034 


63,637 


13 5,000 


- 


- 


94,376 


15,000 


15,332 


- 


- 


- 


64,044 


94,376 


- 


- 


215 


2,206 


1,100 


1,106 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,206 


- 


- 


- 


2,722 


1,500 


1,044 


- 


- 


- 


178 


2,722 


12 1,000 


- 


437 


1,991 


1,200 


791 


- 


- 


- 




1,991 


12 600,000 


15 187,741 


- 


1,755,053 


1,250,000 


115,276 


- 


210,000 


16 2,130 


177,647 


1,755,053 


- 


- 


11,176 


23,262 


21,375 


1,887 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23,262 


12 35,000 


15 34,000 
"112 


- 


98,400 


90,000 


4,684 


- 


- 


18 1,492 


2,224 


98,400 


12 40,000 


19 30,406 


- 


245,959 


200,000 


2° 16,040 


- 


- 


29,919 


- 


245,959 


12 15,000 


- 


1,526 


18,220 


15,000 


3,220 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,220 


- 


- 


- 


317 


300 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


317 


23 4,000 


24 500 


9,111 


13,829 


5,030 


8,799 




- 


- 


- 


13,829 


25 250,000 


26 102,410 


- 


371,235 


250,000 


785 


- 


- 


120,450 


- 


371,235 


■ 


- 


428 


26,413 


10,000 


16,413 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26,413 


- 


2' 198,508 


23,620 


240,000 


150,000 


- 


- 


90,000 


- 


- 


240,000 


25 9,000 




668 


31,896 


25,000 


2,271 


- 


4,625 


- 


- 


31,896 


12 67,000 


28 650 
17 goo 


- 


157,761 


117,310 


8,037 


- 


21,000 


- 


11,414 


157,761 


31 200,000 


32 2,085 


- 


781,686 


700,000 


13,915 


- 


55,000 


12,771 


- 


781,686 



i' Prepaid accounts. 

18 Insurance reserve. 

19 Weir property. 
2" Dividend. 

21 And furniture and fixtures. 

22 Adjourned. 



23 Trade-marks, good will and con- 

tracts. 

24 Office fixtures. 

25 Trade-marks. 

26 Company stock on hand. 

2' Investments, less depreciation. 



28 Investments. 

29 And water power and flowage rights. 

30 And buildings and equipment. 

31 Trade-marks and good will. 

32 Insurance and interest prepaid 

and deferred expense charges. 



266 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Converse Rubber Shoe Com- 
pany, Maiden. 

Cook Electric Company, 
Greenfield. 

Cook- Vivian Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Cooley Brothers Company, 
The, Westfield. 

Cooley Dry Goods Store, In- 
corporated, The, Springfield 

Coolidge & Strauch, Incorpo- 
rated, Waltham. 

Coolidge-Cabot Company, 
Boston. 

Coolidge Corner Garage Com- 
pany, Brookline. 

Coolidge Ice Company, Lynn, 

Cooper & Cooper Company, 

Boston. 
Cooper Company, Lawrence, 

Cooper-Williams Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Co-operative File Company, 
Lawrence. 

Co-operative Insurance Stamp 
Company, Boston. 

Co-operative Jewelry Com- 
pany, The, Springfield. 

Co-operative Society of Bank 
Men, Boston. 

Co-operative Supply Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Coops Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Copecut Cranberry Company, 
New Bedford. 

Copithorn Demountable Rim 
Company, Natick. 

Copley Plaza Operating Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Coppus Engineering and 
Equipment Company, 
Worcester. 

Cordaville Woolen Company, 
Southborough. 

Cordis Mills, Boston, 

Corey Klein Co., Worcester, 

Corey Leather Company, 
Boston. 

Corey-Whiting Cranberry 
Company, Boston. 

Cornelius Callahan Company, 
The, Boston. 

Cornell & Andrews, Incorpo- 
rated, Boston. 



May 29, 
1914. 



Feb. 12, 

1914. 
May 22, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 
Aug. 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Jan. 2, 

1914. 
Aug. 14, 

1914. 
July 6, 

1914. 
Sept. 19, 

1914. 
Apr. 8, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
May 26, 

1914. 
June 13, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
Oct. 5, 

1914. 
Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 
Apr. 9, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
Dec. 3, 

1913. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 

Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Apr. 27, 

1914. 
June 29, 

1914. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 
Oct. 30, 

1914. 
Mch. 20, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 



May 6, 
1914. 



Jan. 6, 

1914. 
May 18, 

1914. 
Feb. 16, 

1914. 
Aug. 3, 

1914. 
Oct. 25, 

1913. 
Sept. 30, 

1913. 
8 Aug. 13, 

1914. 
June 29, 

1914. 
Sept. 15, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Jan. 14, 

1914. 
May 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 13, 

1914. 
Feb. 11, 

1914. 
June 13, 

1914. 
Nov. 1, 

1912. 
June 1, 

1913. 
Mch. 11, 

1914. 
I'Apr. 22, 

1914. 
Nov. 3, 

1913. 
Feb. 19, 

1914. 

Jan. 16, 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
a June 15, 

1914. 
Jan. 24, 

1914. 
May 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 13, 

1914. 
Sept. 9, 

1913. 



Mch. 31, 
1914. 



Jan. 1 

1914. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Jan. 31 

1914. 
Deo. 31 

1913. 
Aug. 31 

1913. 
Sept. 30, 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
May 1 

1914.- 
June 30 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
May 11 

1914. 
Mch. 13 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Nov. 1 

1913. 
June 1 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Deo. 31 

1913. 
Oct. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 

Dec. 1 

1913. 
20 Jan. 1 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Mch. 31 

1914. 
Dec. 31 

1913. 
Aug. 31 

1913. 



$600,000 

5,000 
50,000 
20,000 

2,000 
25,000 
10,000 

5,000 
20,000 

5,000 

1,000 
10,000 

3,000 
20,000 

2,000 
25,000 
20,000 
40,000 
50,000 
100,000 
75,000 
50,000 

50,000 
120,000 

5,000 
50,000 
25,000 
20,000 

3,000 



$121,956 



15,700 



30,615 



27,000 
42,235 



15,356 



-g §.s.g 



1 $134,350 



500 



8,224 

20,875 

with R. E. 

300 

322 

6,385 

852 



$330,612 



- 


1,121 


- 


47,998 


- 


36,810 


- 


3,500 


- 


1,700 


250 


250 


1,500 


4,261 


- 


2,750 


- 


1,685 


- 


6,242 


500 


320 



733 



21,367 

2,748 

31,715 
48,955 



6,708 



1 And equipment. 

2 Treasury stock. 
^ Investments. 

■I Prepaid items. 
<> Deferred charges. 



" Dividend payable June 1, 1914. 
■' Good will. 
8 In lieu of annual. 
8 Leasehold rights, 
w Investment. 



" Fixtures. 

'- Subscriptions received on stock 

not issued. 
13 Devonshire Cooperative Society 

stock. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



267 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


. . 










>i 


J. 


z 










1 

1 


J 

C3 




1 


0^ 
P-i 


-a 


.a 

3=1 




§ 

1 




^ S o 
(5 


1 


^ 
fi 







3-S 


■ii 


■43 a 


f 
02 





3 
^ 


- 


2 $2,800 

s 9,300 

i 17,987 

6 84,917 


- 


$1,034,107 


$582,700 


$102,029 
6 10,716 


- 


1295,000 


$43,662 


- 


$1,034,107 


- 


- 


$1,221 


3,769 


1,500 


1,890 


- 


379 


- 


- 


3,769 


- 


- 


- 


95,866 


50,000 


40,625 


- 


- 


5,241 


- 


95,866 


- 


- 


- 


44,162 


20,000 


13,941 


- 


9,050 


- 


$1,171 


44,162 


- 


- 


- 


3,650 


2,000 


925 


- 


- 


725 


- 


3,650 


■> $3,000 


- 


20,424 


25,700 


25,000 


700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,700 


- 


- 


- 


38,300 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28,300 


38,300 


' 1,000 


9 970 


1,469 


6,720 


5,000 


1,720 


- 


- 


- 




6,720 


- 


10 26,300 


- 


54,810 


20,000 


676 


- 


- 


- 


34,134 


54,810 


' 1,500 


"225 


- 


9,625 


4,300 


5,000 




- 


- 


325 


9,625 


- 


- 


- 


3,152 


30 
12970 


1,906 




- 


- 


246 


3,152 


7 5,000 


- 


- 


18,269 


10,000 


2,350 




- 


2,803 


3,116 


18,269 


- 


- 


2,160 


3,100 


3,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,100 


- 


- 


14,600 


14,600 


12,100 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,600 


- 


- 


- 


8,006 


2,000 


3,797 


- 


- 


- 


2,209 


8,006 


- 


13 3,800 


1,662 


5,584 


3,310 

"624 


- 


- 


1,650 


- 


- 


5,584 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


23,800 


24,300 


24,000 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24,300 


- 


15 22,752 


- 


53,370 


50,000 


387 


- 


1,058 


- 


16 1,925 


53,370 


- 




100,000 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


- 


18 630,479 


192,579 


964,636 


75,000 


139,636 


$750,000 


- 


- 


- 


964,636 


19 36,000 
' 5,874 


- 


- 


71,113 


45,000 


8,381 


- 


500 


10,932 


6,300 


71,113 


- 


- 


- 


132,195 


50,000 


31,159 


- 


7,800 


13,583 


29,653 


132,195 


- 


- 


- 


159,412 


120,000 


474 


- 


- 


38,938 


- 


159,412 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


237,730 


50,000 


33,243 


- 


146,487 


8,000 


- 


237,730 


- 


- 


634 


16,800 


10,000 


- 


1,700 


5,100 


- 


- 


16,800 


- 


21186 
22997 


10,789 


59,294 


20,000 


39,294 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59,294 


' 2,000 


3,348 


6,820 


3,000 


2,976 


- 


844 


- 


- 


6,820 



1* Instalments on stock not fully 

paid. 
1^ Construction. 
16 Receipts 1912 and 1913. 



1^ Adjourned. 

18 Equipment. 

19 Patent rights. 



2° Deducting dividend paid Feb. 1, 
1914. 

21 Patterns. 

22 Office fixtures. 



26S 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 









1 


la 

03 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






el"! 




TION. 








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Cornell & Andrews, Incorpo- 


Oct. 21, 


Sept. 9 


Sept. 9, 


83,000 


_ 


S857 


_ 


S654 


rated, Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cornell Mills, Fall River, . 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


Nov. 11 
1913. 


Sept. 27, 
1913. 


400,000 


$100,000 


300,000 


1142,426 


71,544 


Cornell Mills, Fall River (2d 


Nov. 16, 


Nov. 10 


Sept. 26, 


400,000 


100,000 


300,000 


191,281 


40,902 


return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corner Drug Store, Inc., 


May 6, 


Apr. 11 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


199 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corporation Trust & Guaran- 


Nov. 23, 


Oct. 30 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


tee Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corporation Trust & Organi- 


Nov. 23, 


Oct. 30 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


zation Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corporation Trust & Registra- 


Nov. 23, 


Oct. 30 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


tion Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corporation Trust, Incorpo- 


Nov. 23, 


Oct. 30 


Sept. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


rated, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 




" 








Corr Manufacturing Com- 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 19 


Dec. 27, 


500,000 


270,549 


773,193 


153,730 


119,290 


pany, Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Corrugated Culvert Co. of 


June 25, 


May 4 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


16,300 


- 


185 


1,650 


New England, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Corset H. Company, Worces- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Mch. 2, 


Jan. 5 


Nov. 30, 


100,000 


_ 


11,596 


97,167 


55,735 


ter. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Corson Auto Company, 


Nov. 13, 


Nov. 9 


Oct. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


4,177 


26,172 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Corwin- Wilde Company, The, 


June 1, 


Jan. 27 


Jan. 3, 


20,000 


- 


- 


7,966 


36,583 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cosmopolitan Mercantile In- 


Apr. 13, 


8 Mch. 11 


Deo. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


300 


100 


vestment Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cosmopolitan Rubber Co., 


Jan. 31, 


Oct. 16 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


- 


432 


5,441 


2,116 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Costotime Company, The, 


Aug. 8, 


Aug. 7 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


800 


162 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cote Piano Manufacturing 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 28 


Dec. 31, 


750,000 


161,327 


with R. E. 


199,168 


432,352 


Company, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cotocheset Company, Boston, 


Aug. 27, 
1914. 


Aug. 8 
1914. 


June 30, 
1914. 


30,000 


40,000 


with R. E. 


~ 


89 


Cottage City Rink Company, 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 9 


Dec. 31, 


9,700 


9,500 


- 


- 


29 


Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cottage Drug Company, Bos- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 1 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


; 15 4,500 


472 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cotter Shoe Company, Lynn, 


Aug. 8, 
1914. 


July 28 
1914. 


May 22, 
1914. 


100,000 


- 


15,000 


87,023 


95,769 


Cotuit Cranberry Company, 


July 17, 


June 29 


June 29, 


150,000 


50,000 


2,390 


- 


- 


Barnstable. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cotuit Oyster Company, 


June 18, 


May 21 


Feb. 28, 


500,000 


5,256 


7,784 


16,602 


3,120 


Barnstable. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Coughlan and Shells Com- 


Mch. 10, 


June - 


Feb. 1, 


5,000 


- 


5,500 


5,000 


15,112 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1910. 


1914. 












Coughlin Manufacturing Com- 


Oct. 24, 


Apr. 11 


Apr. 11, 


25,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


1,070 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Country Club Soda Company, 


May 1, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


38,000 


- 


4,194 


10,636 


4,408 


Incorporated, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Courier-Citizen Company, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 18 


Nov. 29, 


40,000 


- 


18 77,157 


17,294 


166,452 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












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July 8, 


June 3 


June 3, 


5,000 


- 


850 


- 


197 


ing Company, The, Ware- 
ham. 
Covel and Osborn Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Feb. 27, 


Feb. 24 


Jan. 1, 


40,000 


8,000 


1,000 


25,600 


45,649 


The, Fall River. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Coveney Building Company, 


Apr. 13, 


Apr. 10 


Dec. 15, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,200 


6,025 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 













1 Good will. 

2 Office furniture. 

' First National Bank stock. 
* Worumbo Mfg. Co. stock. 



6 Trade-marks. 
" Equipment. 
' Lease, etc. 



8 Date of postponement. 

9 Patent rights. 
1° Subscriptions. 



1914.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



269 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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-ait 


3 
o 

J 
1 


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1 


1 


1 

1 


< 


J. 

1. 


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"3. 


►3 
1 

1 
p4 


"3 
1 


1 $2,000 


- 


$3,735 


$7,246 


$3,000 


$2,554 


- 


$1,692 


- 


- 


$7,246 


- 


- 


- 


613,970 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


$213,970 


- 


613,970 


- 


- 


- 


632,183 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$232,183 


632,183 


- 


- 


2,178 


4,377 


2,500 


1,477 


- 


400 


- 


- 


4,377 


- 


- 




1,316,762 


500,000 


67,837 


- 


638,082 


- 


110,843 


1,316,762 


5 2,788 


2 $100 

3 800 

4 100 




19,135 
167,286 


17,500 
50,000 


1,090 
39,458 




53,000 




545 

24,828 


19,135 
167,286 


- 


M50 


- 


30,799 


15,000 


2,402 


- 


- 


- 


13,397 


30,799 


- 


7 14,177 


316 


59,042 


15,000 


44,042 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59,042 


1 100,000 


- 


50 


100,450 


100,000 


250 


- 


- 


- 


200 


100,450 


- 


- 


779 


8,768 


5,000 


3,768 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,768 


» 26,000 
60,000 


11 10,529 


8,779 


35,741 

863,376 

40,089 


31,050 
i» 3,810 
750,000 

30,000 


881 
67,216 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


15,631 
12 30,529 
13 10,089 


- 


35,741 
863,376 
40,089 


- 


"200 


- 


9,729 


9,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


9,729 


- 


- 


958 


5,930 


4,000 


600 


- 


1,330 


- 


- 


5,930 


- 


- 


- 


197,792 


100,000 


5,703 


- 


25,000 


67,089 


- 


197,792 


- 


" 97,610 


4,298 


154,298 


150,000 


2,198 


$200 


1,900 


- 


- 


154,298 


1 28,200 


V 102,600 


9,598 


173,160 


161,200 


2,660 


- 


9,300 


- 


- 


173,160 


- 


- 


- 


25,612 


5,000 


20,547 


- 


- 


- 


65 


25,612 


9 1,000 


- 


28,932 


33,002 


25,000 


8,002 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33,002 


1 20,832 


2,000 


- 


42,070 


36,550 


2,020 


3,500 


- 


- 


- 


42,070 


- 


- 


- 


260,903 


40,000 


7,920 


- 


- 


19 40,000 


172,983 


260,903 


- 


- 


3,953 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


80,249 


40,000 


16,702 


- 


2,500 


- 


21,047 


80,249 


1 5,000 


- 


- 


12,225 


5,000 


3,500 


- 


1,700 


- 


2,025 


12,225 



'1 Sinking fund. 

12 Sinking fund reserve. 

13 Invested in plant and cash. 



I'' Fixtures. 
15 And fixtures. 
1^ Water rights. 



1' Rights under contracts. 

18 And type, etc. 

19 Reserve fund. 



270 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 


bis 

.9 


1 
I 


C3 
P< 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






■'a " 


-2 

J2 . 


TION. 


O 


1 




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^ 


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13 


ufacturc 
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:§ 


o 


Covioh Finklestein Company, 


Sept. 9, 


May 2 


Mch. 2, 


$25,000 


_ 


_ 


$6,439 


$5,270 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Coward Auto Supply Com- 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 19 


Mch. 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


9,696 


6,905 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cowen Company, Boston, 


Mch. 6, 
1914. 


Jan. 12 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,053 


47,142 


Cos Confectionery Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 26 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


$24,386 


17,422 


27,089 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crane Brook Company, Ware- 


June 15, 


June 11 


May 29, 


42,400 


$40,500 


- 


- 


1,884 


ham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crane Company, Boston, 


Mch. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 15 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


200,000 


~ 


11,964 


109,657 


147,793 


Crane Company of Spring- 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 20 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


_ 


_ 


55,255 


48,819 


field, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crane Puller Company, Ar- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 26 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


5,743 


1,519 


5,321 


lington. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crane Screw Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


Jan. 20 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


50,000 


- 


6,046 


1,871 


2,225 


Cranska Thread Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 18 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


7,500 


76,214 


81,455 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crawford-Plummer Company, 


Apr. 27, 


Feb. 3 


Jan. 31, 


250,000 


- 


- 


95,388 


47,245 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cream of Chocolate Com- 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 26 


Jan. 15, 


9,000 


- 


3,000 


1,855 


1,043 


pany of America, Danvers. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Credit-Guide and Guaranty 


Mch. 31, 


Jan. 5 


Nov. 30, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,402 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Credit Reporting Collection 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


631 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Creed-Kellogg Company, The, 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


26,745 


51,974 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Creedon Building Association, 


Aug. 26, 


16 May 7 


May 1, 


10,000 


14,000 


- 


- 


421 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Creedon-Houghton Company, 


June 13, 


May 11 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,965 


9,053 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Creese & Cook Building Com- 


Aug. 7, 


July 6 


June 30, 


8,000 


8,000 


- 


■^ 


- 


pany, Danvers. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Creese & Cook Co., Danvers, 


May 6, 
1914. 


Apr. 21 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


150,000 


60,919 


47,814 


368,661 


223,304 


Crescendo Publishing Com- 


July 17, 


June 4 


June 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


576 


353 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crescent Amusement Com- 


Oct. 6, 


July 22 


June 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,291 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crescent Manufacturing Com- 


Aug. 14, 


"July 13 


June 30, 


86,500 


- 


- 


- 


15,224 


pany, New Bedford. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crescent Worsted Company, 


Apr. 30, 


i^Apr. 14 


Dec. 31, 


81,000 


55,042 


78,765 


10,995 


38,682 


The, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cressey, Dookham and Com- 


Apr. 7, 


Feb. 24 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


28,069 


24,861 


pany, Inc., Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crocker Burbank & Co. Inc., 


Mch. 6, 


19 Feb. 7 


Dec. 31, 


2,400,000 


910,575 


with R. E. 


596,408 


2,010,062 


Fitohburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crocker Drug Company, Bos- 


Oct. 29, 


June 15 


June 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,800 


500 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crocker Garage Company, 


July 3, 


June 1 


April 1, 


15,000 


2,200 


1,000 


2,634 


1,847 


Falmouth. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crocker-McElwain Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 28 


, Jan. 1, 


750,000 


715,000 


with R. E. 


232,997 


157,785 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crocker Pen Company, Cam- 


May 1, 


Jan. 4 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


bridge. 


1914. 


1909. 


1913. 












Crocker Rubber Company, 


June 1, 


May 26 


, Apr. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


10,993 


1,817 


The, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Horse, team and furniture. 

2 Furniture and fixtures. 
2 Franchise. 

* Horses and wagons. 



B Automobiles. 
6 Special reserve. 
^ Patent rights. 
8 Investments. 



9 Expense prepaid. 
I" Fixtures. 

11 Trade-marks. 

12 Equipment and fixtures. 



1914.1 



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271 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




i 

a 
1 


►3 

■a 
a 
ca 

1 


3 
"0 
H 



3 


< 


-i 

1 
a 


Floating Indebt- 
edness. 


1 


to 
1 




- 


1 Sl,099 


- 


112,808 


S9,800 


$3,008 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$12,808 


- 


2 807 


- 


17,408 


5,000 


3,707 


- 


$1,900 


- 


$6,801 


17,408 


_ 


2 2,070 
3 30,000 


_ 


80,265 
68,897 


20,000 
25,300 


29,513 
13,280 


_ 


25,000 


$30,752 
5,317 


- 


80,265 
68,897 


- 


- 


- 


42,384 


41,600 


- 


- 




- 


784 


42,384 




2 12,114 
i 4,996 
= 2,782 


S6,048 


289,306 
110,122 


200,000 
80,000 


84,713 
30,122 






4,593 




289,306 
110,122 


7 1141 


5 806 

8 625 

9 60 


228 


14,215 
10,370 


5,000 
9,350 


3,261 
1,020 


_ 


4,011 


1,943 




14,215 
10,370 


- 


- 


- 


165,169 


50,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


90,169 


165,169 


- 


10 31,427 


30,907 


204,967 


120,000 


84,967 


- 


- 


- 


- 


204,967 


11 3,000 
14 75,000 


12 1,500 
15 1,139 


1,395 

898 


11,793 
84,439 


9,000 
75,050 


153 

13 830 
9,389 


- 


1,810 


- 


- 


11,793 
84,439 


" 9,900 


2 100 


1,434 


12,065 


10,000 


2,028 


- 


37 


- 


- 


12,065 


- 


- 


- 


78,719 


25,000 


31,945 


- 


- 


20,305 


1,469 


78,719 


- 


- 


- 


14,421 


10,000 


- 


S4,000 


- 


- 


421 


14,421 


- 


- 


- 


11,018 


1,000 


5,871 


1,000 


- 


- 


3,147 


11,018 


- 


- 


- 


8,000 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


700,698 


150,000 


174,628 


- 


171,075 


- 


204,995 


700,698 


" 1,000 


- 


7,225 


9,154 


1,000 


1,353 


- 


6,801 


- 


- 


9,154 


" 4,000 


- 


- 


5,291 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


291 


- 


5,291 


- 


- 


62,626 


77,850 


72,350 


- 


- 


5,500 


- 


- 


77,850 


- 


- 


15,465 


198,949 


81,000 


5,377 


112,572 


- 


- 


- 


198,949 


- 


18 1,000 


- 


53,930 


17,400 


9,395 


- 


16,600 


7,387 


3,148 


53,930 


~ 


20 27,386 


3,600 


3,544,431 
5,900 


2,400,000 
5,000 


66,203 
900 


- 


220,000 


758,228 
21 100,000 


: 


3,544,431 
5,900 


" 2,500 


- 


4,916 


15,097 


15,000 


97 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,097 


- 


2,335 


- 


1,108,117 


750,000 


66,180 


150,000 


70,000 


22 1,913 


70,024 


1,108,117 


73,200 
" 3,200 


- 


1,600 


8,000 
12,810 


8,000 
5,000 


2,546 


- 


5,000 


- 


264 


8,000 
12,810 



13 Unpaid salaries. 

" Good will. 

15 OflBce furniture and fixtures. 

1^ Should have been held. 



17 In lieu of annual. 

18 Salem S. D. & T. Co. stock. 

19 Adjourned.. 



20 Prepaid expenses. 

21 General reserve. 

22 Reserves. 



272 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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^ 






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Assets. 








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1 


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38, 

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and 
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Merchand 
Material, 
Stock in F 
ess. 






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<! 


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S 


o 


Crompton and Knowles Loom 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


83,000,000 


$943,502 


$439,386 


$893,506 


$1,343,998 


Works, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crompton Associates, Worces- 


May 12, 


Apr. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


175,000 


58,976 


- 


771 


197,908 


ter. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crompton Motor Carriage 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


500 


1,600 


- 


Works, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cromwell Oil Company, Bos- 


May 13, 


5 Feb. 27, 


Jan. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


2,716 


3,079 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crosby Steam Gage and Valve 


Feb. 25, 


sFeb. 17, 


Oct. 31, 


500,000 


99,190 


134,447 


219,921 


143,193 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cross Coal Co., Lawrence, . 


Apr. 16, 
1914. 


Apr. 15, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


25,000 


27,321 


- 


5,472 


44,443 


Cross Dry Goods Company, 


Mch. 27, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


- 


27,690 


9,548 


The, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crowell Machine Company, 


May 5, 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 1, 


6,400 


- 


- 


693 


325 


Bostpp. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crowley Company, The, An- 


July 23, 


Mch. 17, 


Feb. 1, 


5,000 


- 


11 1,800 


2,648 


869 


dover. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crown Bottling and Extract 


June 4, 


12- 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,500 


1,260 


650 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Crown Linen Mills, Boston, 


May 20, 
1914. 


Jan. 10, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


50,000 


- 


2,880 


1,497 


225 


Crown Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 28, 


12,000 


- 


4,431 


1,880 


3,621 


pany, North Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crown Packing Company, 


May 15, 


Apr. 14, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


400 


- 


4,363 


2,122 


Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crown Window Shade Co., 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


11 1,355 


11,283 


21,041 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Crumb Quarry Company, 


Aug. 19, 


June 6, 


June 1, 


50,000 


36,000 


7,000 


1,000 


13,720 


Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Crystal Drug Co., Gardner, 


Sept. 15, 
1914. 


June 8, 
1914. 


June 8, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


- 


6,528 


125 


Crystal Spring Bleaching and 


Apr. 3, 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 1, 


125,000 


239,587 


with R. E. 


30,823 


34,736 


Dyeing Company, Free- 
town. 
Cuba-American Fruit Com- 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












June 29, 


May 30, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


5,450 


_ 


350 


399 


pany, Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cuban Agricultural Company 


Mch. 30, 


Mch. 3, 


Mch. 1, 


50,000 


35,089 


40 


- 


3,671 


of Massachusetts, Ludlow. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cubberly, Inc., Maiden, 


June 2, 
1914. 


May 4, 
1914. 


Apr. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


11 


Cullen Brothers Company, 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 30, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


19 4,431 


12,570 


2,313 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Culver-Stearns Manufactur- 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


6,106 


35,530 


22,746 


ing Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cummings & Pearson, Inc., 


Oct. 7, 


July 1, 


July 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


950 


3,032 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cummings Fish Company, 


July 10, 


Apr. 6, 


Feb. 25, 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


1,257 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cummings Machine Works, 


June 15, 


24 June 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


15,043 


5,309 


46,349 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cummings Shoe Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


22,519 


9,189 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cummington Co-operative 


Dec. 17, 


Sept. 20, 


Aug. 1, 


2,500 


2,500 


791 


922 


6,499 


Creamery Association, The, 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Cummington (for 1913). 


















Cummington Co-operative 


Oct. 14, 


Sept. 19, 


Aug. 1, 


2,500 


2,500 


500 


1,347 


6,659 


Creamery Association, The, 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cummington. 


















Cummins Clothing Co., Bos- 


Mch. 12, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,665 


17,504 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Patterns. 

^ Reserve for accidents. 

* Furniture. 

^ Adjourned. 



6 Trade-marks. 

' And fixtures, patterns, drawings 

and furniture. 
8 Equipment. 
' Fixtures. 



1" Undivided profits. 

11 And fixtures. 

12 None held in 1914. 
1' Good will. 

I'' Furniture and fixtures. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



273 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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1 


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^ 


1 1500,000 


$604,754 

2 250,000 

^332 


- 


$4,975,146 

257,987 


$3,000,000 
175,000 


$159,203 
3,107 


$804,000 


- 


$400,000 
3 7,500 
79,880 


$604,443 


$4,975,146 

257,987 


- 


- 


§18,053 


20,153 


5,000 


- 


- 


$15,153 


- 


- 


20,153 


6 700 


- 


- 


6,495 


1,000 


5,482 


- 


- 


- 


13 


6,495 


1 6,348 


' 111,082 


- 


714,181 


500,000 


13,303 


- 


20,000 


178,025 


2,853 


714,181 


- 


3 10,799 


- 


88,035 


25,000 


16,450 


15,000 


- 


- 


31,585 


88,035 


- 


3 10,000 


- 


47,238 


20,000 


1,953 


- 


- 


- 


25,285 


47,238 


1 6,400 


- 


- 


7,418 


6,400 


- 


- 


- 


10 1,018 


- 


7,418 


- 


- 


- 


5,317 


5,000 


300 


- 


- 


- 


17 


5,317 


6 1,000 
13 2,000 


- 


5,350 
5,929 


11,760 
10,531 


10,000 
500 


1,100 
2,031 


660 
8,000 


_ 


_ 




11,760 
10,531 


13 4,000 


- 


2,815 


16,747 


12,000 


1,412 


- 


3,335 


- 


~ 


16,747 


13 5,000 


"953 


- 


12,838 


10,000 


1,784 


- 


- 


- 


1,054 


12,838 


"500 


15 273 

16 100 


26 


34,052 

57,720 

7,179 


9,700 

30,000 

5,000 


36 

2,726 

V 2,465 

1,375 


7,000 


22,779 
804 


■ - 


1,537 
15,529 


34,052 

57,720 

7,179 


- 


18 72,000 


- 


377,146 


125,000 


27,938 


150,000 


68,493 


- 


5,715 


377,146 


- 


- 


- 


6,199 


4,280 


1,622 


- 


- 


- 


297 


6,199 


- 


- 


- 


38,800 


38,800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38,800 


13 4,989 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


20 103 


1,157 


20,574 


15,200 


3,012 


- 


2,362 


- 


- 


20,574 


- 


21500 

22 741 

9 600 


3,325 


65,623 
7,907 


10,000 
5,000 


15,761 

23 10,000 

2,307 


: 


2,500 
600 


- 


27,362 


65,623 
7,907 


13 263 


- 


239 


1,759 


1,500 


259 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,759 


13 10,000 
1 10,000 


26 1,204 


677 


76,701 
43,589 


25,000 
25,000 


8,445 
18,589 


- 


12,836 


16,067 
25 4,238 


10,115 


76,701 
43,589 


- 


- 


- 


10,712 


2,500 


5,113 


- 


- 


3,099 


- 


10,712 


- 


- 


- 


11,006 


2,500 


5,344 


- 


- 


3,162 


- 


11,006 


- 


- 


3,437 


23,606 


10,000 


13,606 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23,606 



15 Stationery, etc. 

16 Chattels. 

1' Unpaid dividends. 
1' Treasury bonds. 



10 And equipment. 

20 Unexpired insurance. 

21 Treasury stoclc. 

22 Office fixtures. 



23 Dividend. 

2^ Date of postponement. 

25 Reserve fund. 

26 Office equipment. 



274 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



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NAME OF CORPORA- 
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Cumner-Jones Company, Bos- 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


$300,000 




$1,000 


$373,473 


$402,732 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cunningham & Sons Co., 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


5,000 


20,067 


24,110 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cunningham, & Thompson 


July 13, 


Apr. 13, 


Feb. 28, 


240,000 


$65,251 


- 


199,966 


190,601 


Company, Gloucester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cunningham Bros. Inc., Cam- 


Oct. 14, 


Aug. 10, 


Aug. 10, 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


314 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cunningham, Handschu- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500 


- 


1,500 


- 


- 


macher Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cunningham Packing Com- 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


17,500 


35,177 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cunningham Supply Co., 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


- 


- 


5,483 


5,770 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Curley Spring Hoof Pad Com- 


Jan. 12, 


Dee. 5, 


Nov. 1, 


100,000 


- 


2,542 


2,024 


2,357 


pany, Brockton, Mass., 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Brockton. 


















Currier-Todd Company, Law- 


May 4, 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 31, 


40,000 


- 


- 


49,717 


42,139 


rence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Curtis and Cameron Incorpo- 


Jan. 13, 


Uan. 12, 


Aug. 1, 


50,000 


- 


10,000 


11,500 


9,422 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Curtis & Marble Machine Co., 


Apr. 28, 


^ Mch 24, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


105,151 


36,265 


42,837 


85,275 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Curtis & Pope Lumber Co., 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


40,278 


- 


235,245 


182,520 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Curtis Construction Com- 


May 15, 


May 6, 


Mch. 30, 


2,500 


_ 


1,480 


_ 


20 


pany, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Curtis Drug Co., Boston, . 


Sept. 25, 
1914. 


May 18, 
1914. 


May 18, 
1914. 


2,000 


- 


- 


800 


75 


Curtis-Hawkins Company, 


June 9, 


9 _ 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


1,446 


16,792 


14,584 


The, Boston. 


1914. 




1913. 












Curtis Marine Turbine Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,173 


pany of the United States, 
Quincy. 
Curtis Provision Company, 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












June 19, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


11 1,350 


1,080 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Gushing Medical Supply Com- 


May 6, 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


28,367 


15,549 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Gut Price Automobile Supply 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


7,645 


585 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cutler Company, The, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


70,000 


100,549 


41,731 


147,309 


177,517 


Wilbraham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Cutter & Smith Company, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


36,220 


32,918 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cutter Tower Company, Bos- 


July 1, 


June 29, 


Feb. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


19,305 


13,557 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Cynthia Mills, Boston, 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


Feb. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


50,000 


- 


2,480 


6,675 


1,728 


Cyrus Patch & Son (Inc.), 


Aug. 7, 


July 6, 


May 30, 


20,000 


16 30,000 


8,637 


17,650 


21,723 


Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. A. Perkins Company, The, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


18 600 


902 


1,963 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. A. Smith Company, Bos- 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 1, 


Dec. 1, 


5,000 


7,500 


5,848 


- 


3,094 


ton. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












D. & L. Slade Company, Bos- 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


53,661 


4,945 


46,128 


28,344 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. Atwood Company, Bos- 


Oct. 2, 


June 18, 


June 1, 


25,000 


- 


9,100 


1,218 


24,807 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. B. Maclary & Son Com- 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


20 2,381 


5,486 


20,270 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. C. Percival & Company, 


Apr. 15, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 31, 


250,000 


- 


- 


453,359 


359,728 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Stock in Mass. corporations. 

2 Good will. 

•■' Patent rights. 
^ Adjourned. 



' Copyrights. 

" Equipment, fixtures, etc. 

' Investments. 

" Fixtures. 



None held in 1914. 
1" License rights. 
" And fixtures. 



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275 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



1 §19,100 



5 1,000 

12,830 

3,428 
6 45,135 
' 7,605 



i» 10,000 



» 3,825 



w 664 
7 1,600 



S991 



186 



7,681 



with 
patent 
rights, etc 
21,673 



S777,205 

50,168 

474,918 

2,500 

1,500 

52,677 

11,253 

66,104 

91,856 

43,830 

290,205 

514,211 

2,500 
3,150 
32,822 
12,173 

2,430 

139,916 

8,230 

467,106 

72,963 

82,862 

32,556 

82,274 

6,773 

16,442 

133,078 
35,125 
28,137 

813,087 



LUBILITIES. 



o 



$300,000 
15,000 
240,000 
2,500 
1,500 
10,000 
2,000 
51,500 

40,000 
30,000 
75,000 
250,000 

2,500 
2,000 
3,000 
10,000 

1,020 
10,000 
300 
70,000 
30,000 
20,000 

30,000 

20,000 

4,280 

5,000 

100,000 

25,000 

15,000 

250,000 



$234,502 
35,168 
56,842 



29,957 
7,413 
14,604 

4,700 
13,830 

74,836 

350 

21,730 

1,275 

1,055 
4,600 
188 
58,619 
32,412 
5,000 

2,556 
9,857 
2,353 
2,991 
13,078 
993 
8,977 
312,451 



$15,000 



70,000 
8,000 
40,000 



19 4,500 



$224,465 



70,693 



42,500 



18,494 



700 



18,000 

7,642 

123,363 



51,592 

140 

2,113 

20,000 



150,000 



$18,238 



12,720 
1,840 



4,656 



546 



355 
107,316 



89,807 

13 55,317 

2,551 



$107,383 



"825 



100,636 



181,711 



100 
504 



100 



2,962 



2,744 
4,160 



12 Good will and liquor licenses. 
'•^ Reserve for depreciation. 
1^ Teams and fixture?. 



15 Equity. 

1^ Insurance unexpired. 

1' Reserve. 



18 And office, etc. 

19 Mortgage notes payable. 
2° And patterns and fixtures. 



276 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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and 
'roc- 


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D. D. and A. W. Chase Corpo- 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


$70,000 


$69,905 






$1,552 


ration, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. D. Chase Lumber Com- 


Mch. 13, 


Mch. 3, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


$15,809 


$45,086 


56,338 


pany, The, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. Doherty Company, Bos- 


May 15, 


1 _ 


Mch. 31, 


40,000 


- 


- 


21,482 


89,876 


ton. 


1914. 




1914. 












D. E. Wadsworth & Company, 


Apr. 14, 


Apr. 8, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


- 


- 


16,814 


553 


Incorporated, Quincy. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. Eddy and Sons Company, 


Deo. 1, 


Nov. 3, 


Sept. 30, 


40,000 


- 


5,600 


80,673 


26,989 


Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












D. Eddy and Sons Company, 


Nov. 12, 


Nov. 2, 


Sept. 30, 


40,000 


_ 


5,700 


74,593 


24,356 


Boston (2d return). 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. F. Briggs Company, The, 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 22, 


Mch. 31, 


450,000 


- 


78,144 


71,778 


109,696 


Attleborough. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. F. Munroe Company, 


Feb. 27, 


4 Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


82,210 


91,573 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. H. Fames Company, 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


- 


21,586 


4,938 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. H. Gregory Company, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 21, 


Mch. 31, 


6,000 


400 


7 992 


8,531 


6,309 


Princeton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. Henry Bonner Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,621 


3,609 


1,254 


The, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. K. Carpenter Corporation, 


Aug. 14, 


July 13, 


June 30, 


3,000 


- 


- 


1,488 


1,065 


The, Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. L. Fuller Company, Bos- 


June 19, 


1 _ 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


- 


6,995 


19,515 


ton. 


1914. 




1913. 












D. L. Marshall Company, 


July 24, 


Mch. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


375 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. L. Page Company, Lowell, 


Feb. 25, 
1914. 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


Dec. 31, 
1913. 


30,000 


- 


" 45,000 


13,560 


8,601 


D. M. Dillon Steam Boiler 


Mch. 17, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


29,648 


13,722 


41,958 


160,416 


Works, Fitchburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. M. Lamitie Company, 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 15, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


10,596 


3.808 


Westfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. Mackintosh & Sons, Com- 


Sept. 23, 


Sept. 8, 


June 30, 


150,000 


100,000 


81,896 


45,769 


44,228 


pany, The, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. P. Nichols Company, The, 


May 11, 


Jan. — , 


Apr. 28, 


106,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,907 


Boston. 


1914. 


1911. 


1914. 












D. S. O'Brien Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- - 


- 


13,330 


2,315 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. S. Quirk Company, The, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


7,770 


7,103 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. T. Dudley and Son Com- 


Feb. 2, 


«Jan. 15, 


Dec. 1, 


40,000 


15,000 


17,652 


47,511 


13,449 


pany, The, Sutton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. T. Kennedy Power Com- 


M8y 9, 


May 1, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


10,900 


16 638 


3,407 


pany, Haverhill. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D. W. Mellen Company, 


Aug. 31, 


i_ 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


21,964 


10,853 


Springfield. 


1914. 




1913. 












D. W. Pingree Company, 


June 23, 


June 16, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


21,813 


17,023 


108,050 


72,325 


The, Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914 












D. W. Ranlet Company, The, 


Mch. 24, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


45,911 


78,294 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












D. Wood Company, Webster. 


Feb. 7, 
1914. 


Jan. 14, 
1914 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


~ 


2" 3,630 


5,882 


Dadmun Co., Boston, 


Oct. 24, 
1914. 


« Oct. 3, 
1914. 


June 30, 
1914. 


25,000 


- 


~ 


6,000 


1,123 


Daggett and Curry Company, 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


787 


4,010 


6,596 


Waltham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dahlquist Metal Spinning 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


35 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 None held in 1914. 

2 Investments. 

' Insurance paid in advance. 
* Adjourned. 



s Dividend. 

" Fixtures. 

' And furniture and fi.xtures. 

8 Patent rights. 



9 Good will. 
1" Treasury stock. 
" Lease. 
12 Office furniture. 



1914.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 277 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 








Liabilities. 








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$71,457 


870,000 


81,457 


- 


- 


- 


- 


871,457 


- 


- 


- 


117,233 


10,000 


59,705 


- 


$46,449 


- 


81,079 


117,233 


- 


- 


- 


111,358 


10,000 


12,189 


- 


61,928 


816,200 


11,041 


111,358 


- 


- 


- 


17,367 


10,000 


3,294 


- 


- 


- 


4,073 


17,367 


- 


- 


- 


113,262 


40,000 


42,554 


- 


28,000 


- 


2,708 


113,262 


- 


- 


- 


104,649 


40,000 


35,426 


- 


27,000 


- 


2,223 


104,649 


$235,000 


2 834,500 
3 350 


87,231 


536,699 


450,00,0 


46,699 


- 


40,000 


- 


- 


536,699 


- 




- 


173,783 


50,000 


25,344 

53,000 

1,263 


- 


93,300 


2,139 


- 


173,783 


■- 


6 4,827 


12,912 


44,263 


20,000 


- 


23,000 


- 


- 


44,263 


- 


- 


- 


16,232 


6,000 


1,814 




6,812 


- 


1,606 


16,232 


s 10,150 


- 


- 


16,634 


10,800 


1,337 


- 


3,425 


- 


1,072 


16,634 


- 


- 


321 


2,874 


1,500 


1,374 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,874 


9 18,475 


6 4,656 
10 13,300 
11 10,000 


- 


72,941 


40,000 


16,735 


813,000 


- 


3,206 


- 


72,941 


- 


12 400 
13 13,450 


2,275 


16,500 


13,000 


3,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16,500 


- 


2 8,200 


- 


75,361 


30,000 


36,083 


- 


7,649 


1,629 


- 


75,361 


- 


- 


- 


245,744 


100,000 


71,820 


~ 


- 


73,924 


- 


245,744 


- 


6 1,004 


- 


15,408 


5,000 


1,778 


- 


4,000 


- 


4,630 


15,408 


- 


- 


- 


271,893 


150,000 


69,486 


- 


50,000 


- 


2,407 


271,893 


- 




164,185 


169,092 


106,000 


63,092 


- 


- 


- 


- 


169,092 


- 


15 1,215 


- 


16,860 


10,000 


1,290 


- 


- 


- 


5,570 


16,860 


- 


- 


6,517 


21,390 


5,000 


16,390 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,390 


8 1,029 


- 


- 


94,641 


40,000 


4,971 


20,000 


2,500 


26,057 


1,113 


94,641 


- 


- 


- 


14,945 


5,000 


2,537 


- 


7,000 


- 


408 


14,945 


i'25 


^ 3,500 


7,410 


43,752 


21,600 


16,752 


- 


5,400 


- 


- 


43,752 


- 


18 2,121 


- 


221,332 


10,000 


81,381 


40,000 


59,788 


19 25,000 


5,163 


221,332 


9 10,000 


- 


- 


134,205 


31,800 


92,922 


- 


- 


- 


9,483 


134,205 


_ 


- 


■ - 


9,512 


5,000 


867 


- 


- 


- 


3,645 


9,512 


9 4,000 


- 


1,085 


12,208 


10,000 


808 


- 


1,400 


- 


- 


12,208 


8 89 
9 1,000 


21 7,998 

22 1,500 


11,327 


33,307 


20,400 


3,288 


- 


6,795 


2,824 


- 


33,307 


9 500 




465 


1,000 


1,000 












1,000 



1' Stock Grocers Baking Company. 

i-" And tools, etc. 

15 Furniture and fixtures. 

18 And supplies. 



1' Trade-marks. 

18 And horses and wagons. 

19 Reserve. 



20 And storehouse, fixtures, etc. 

21 Other equipment. 

22 Advertising. 



278 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 









Abstract o 


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OF Condition 




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dise, 
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Proc- 




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Daily News Publishing Com- 


July 27, 


June 2, 


May 1, 


S35,000 


_ 


_ 


$3,976 


$30,457 


pany, The, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daland Co., Inc., Salem, . 


Mch. 7, 
1914. 


Feb. 4, 
1914. 


Jan. 3, 
1914. 


8,000 


" 


" 


9,920 


1,681 


Dalton-Ingersoll Mfg. Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


80,000 


- 


- 


157,880 


91,409 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daly Music Publisher, Inc., 


Oct. 5, 


8 Sept. 29, 


May 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


1,237 


4,823 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dame, Stoddard Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


11 $4,056 


69,787 


52,395 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Damon and Ellis, Incorpo- 


Mch. 6, 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 28, 


20,000 


- 


1,174 


24,120 


11,066 


rated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Damon Company, The, Leom- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


.?9,000 


6,000 


17,500 


19,118 


inster. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dan A. Donahue Incorpo- 


Feb. 20, 


Feb. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


45,965 


11,245 


rated, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dan S. O'Brien Company, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


14,141 


795 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dana E. Spaulding Restau- 


Apr. 13, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


2,400 


575 


rant Co., Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dana Furniture Co., Taun- 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


8,412 


17,902 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dana Hardware Company, 


May 26, 


May 22, 


Jan. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


92,289 


159,887 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daniel Duane Company, The, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


9,600 


- 


928 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daniel Green Felt Shoe Com- 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


66,275 


2J 176,563 


374,233 


610,450 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Daniel Low and Company, 


Sept. 25, 


8 Sept. 23, 


Aug. 31, 


100,000 


25,000 


500 


171,800 


46,227 


Incorporated, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daniel Marr and Son Com- 


Oct. 30, 


Oct. 5, 


Sept. 30, 


20,000 


12,600 


16,755 


- 


22,606 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daniel Russell Boiler Works, 


June 3, 


Apr. 20, 


Apr. 20, 


10,000 


22,000 


6,009 


10,016 


8,007 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Daniels Cornell Company, 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec 31, 


75,000 


30,000 


- 


143,300 


81,581 


The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Daniels Worsted Mills, Bos- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


160,382 


59,955 


99,850 


71,569 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Danielson Cotton Company, 


June 9, 


Feb. 20, 


Mch. 31, 


775,000 


637,251 


- 


159,486 


112,974 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Danvers Co-operative Associa- 


Mch. 31, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


2,500 


- 


- 


3,271 


2,561 


tion, Danvers. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Danvers Leather Company, 


June 2, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


19,986 


26,012 


2,961 


1,155 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Danversport Rubber Com- 


Oct. 14, 


July 14, 


July 1, 


10,000 


8,000 


with R. E. 


15,104 


23,816 


pany, The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












D'Arcy and Sons Company, 


June 9, 


May 6, 


May 1, 


78,000 


- 


- 


27,494 


67,008 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Darling and Rhodes Com- 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


11,186 


7,525 


pany, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Darling Woolen Mills Com- 


Oct. 8, 


8 Sept. 24, 


June 30, 


30,000 


38,006 


30,934 


117,051 


7,441 


pany, Tlie, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Good will. 

2 Press franchises. 
2 Furniture. 

* Patent rights. 

'' First mortgage note. 

e Stock. 



' Fixtures. 

8 Adjourned. 

9 Copyrights. 

1" Fixture account. 

11 And furniture, fixtures, etc. 

12 Mileage. 



18 Catalogue account. 

!■• Reserve accounts. 

li" Furniture and fixtures. 

i" Horse and wagons. 

1^ Due to directors. 

18 Real estate mortgages. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



279 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets — 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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edness. 


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1 

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1 822,000 


2 S5,000 
3 1,000 


- 


$62,433 


$35,000 


$4,252 


- 


$15,650 


- 


$7,531 


862,433 


1500 


$314 


12,415 


8,000 


3,165 


$1,250 


- 


- 


- 


12,415 


* 1,200 


5 15,000 

6 19,700 

■• 3,000 

9 12,000 

10 600 

12 20 

1M86 


- 


288,189 

18,660 
126,744 
36,360 


80,000 

10,000 
55,000 
20,000 


136,994 

3,373 
19,558 


- 


with accts. 
payable 

16,360 


$71,195 

48,761 
" 3,425 


5,287 


288,189 

18,660 
126,744 
36,360 


- 


- 


- 


51,618 


36,000 


7,226 


- 


- 


- 


8,392 


51,618 


- 


10 3,000 


- 


60,210 


15,000 


10,771 


- 


23,690 


- 


10,749 


60,210 


18,691 


15 2,500 


- 


26,127 


20,000 


1,127 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


26,127 


1 23,000 


- 


10,088 


36,063 


25,100 


1,263 


9,700 


- 


- 


- 


36,063 


- 


16 1,003 
7 513 


- 


27,830 
252,176 


5,000 
150,000 


6,325 
1' 5,651 
90,077 


_ 


7,893 


12,099 


2,961 


27,830 
252,176 




18 5,800 
19 15,000 
20 1,250 
21 1,482 
22 204 
23 3,166 




37,430 
1,227,521 


25,000 
450,000 


4,700 
21,618 




572,500 


7,730 
25 29,610 


153,793 


37,430 
1,227,521 


- 


26 1,425 


- 


244,952 


100,000 


44,527 


- 


40,000 


60,425 


- 


244,952 


- 


- 


- 


51,961 


20,000 


3,280 


- 


23,000 


- 


5,681 


51,961 


- 


- 


- 


46,032 


10,000 


5,050 


27 11,350 


1,212 


- 


18,420 


46,032 


- 


28 4,545 


- 


259,426 


75,000 


55,826 


- 


120,000 


29 8,600 


- 


259,426 


- 


4,795 


22,951 


419,502 


100,000 


128,932 


90,570 


100,000 


- 


- 


419,502 


- 


30 2,747 


137,365 


1,049,823 
5,832 


727,600 
2,500 


270,574 

31 2,249 

158 


- 


35,000 


32 14,400 
1,200 


1,974 


1,049,823 
5,832 


1 3,400 


- 


1,379 


54,893 


32,000 


8,642 


5,000 


9,251 


- 


- 


54,893 


- 


- 


- 


46,920 


10,000 


19,285 


- 


- 


17,635 


- 


46,920 


- 


- 


- 


94,502 


78,000 


12,925 


- 


- 


3,577 


- 


94,502 


1 8,000 


33 118 

3^ 2,000 


12,979 


28,829 
206,411 


16,200 
30,000 


2,620 
92,321 


27,175 


9,648 
66,915 


- 


361 


28,829 
206,411 



19 Stock in Mass. corporations. 

20 Stock in foreign corporations. 

21 Stock in Mass. co-operative banks. 

22 Stock in foreign building and loan 

association. 

23 Bonds. 



2^ And fatures. 

25 Reserve for depreciation. 

26 Insurance not expired. 

27 Mortgages. 

28 Teams and truck. 

29 For reserves. 



30 Insurance and interest. 

31 Accrued items (labor). 

32 Reserve. 

33 Insurance inventory. 
3^ Fixtures and moulds. 



280 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Darrow-Mann 
Boston. 



Company, 



Dart Express Company, Marl- 
borough (for 1913). 

Dart Express Company, Marl- 
borough. 

Dartmouth Manufacturing 
Corporation, Neiv Bedford. 

Daudelin & Cotton, Incorpo- 
rated, Ayer. 

Davenport-Brown Company, 
Somerville. 

Davenport Peters Company, 
Boston. 

Davey Oil Refining Company, 
The, Nahant. 

David Brown Company, The, 
Lawrence. 

David E. Sherin Company, 
Worcester. 

David H. Jacobs & Son In- 
corporated, Boston. 

David Irving Company, 
Brockton. 

David J. Ingraham, Inc., 
Boston. 

David J. Sheehan Company, 
Lynn. 

David M. Council Company, 
Fall River. 

David W. Lewis Company, 
Boston. 

Davidson Rubber Company, 
The, Boston. 

Davies, Rose & Company, 
Limited, Boston. 

Davis & Brown Woolen Com- 
pany, The, Uxbridge . 

Davis and Farnum Manufac- 
turing Company, Waltham. 

Davis and Furber Machine 
Company, North Andover. 

Davis and McLane Manufac- 
turing Company, Fall 
River. 

Davis and Sargent Lumber 
Company, Lowell. 

Davis Brothers Company, 
Worcester. 

Davis Circulating Library, 
Inc., The, Boston. 

Davis Hardware Manufactur- 
ing Company, Gloucester. 

Davis Ice Cream Company, 
Cambridge. 






June 24, 
1914. 



Dec. 2, 

1913. 
Sept. 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 24, 

1914. 
June 11, 

1914. 
Mch. 4, 

1914. 
May 23, 

1914. 
May 15, 

1914. 
Feb. 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 10, 

1914. 
Apr. 3, 

1914. 
Apr. 21, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
July 11, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 31, 

1914. 
Feb. 24, 

1914. 
Jan. 21, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 

Mch. 2, 

1914. 
May 8, 

1914. 
May 16, 

1914. 
Jan. 8, 

1914. 
Apr. 14, 

1914. 



Apr. 15, 
1914. 



July 1 

1913. 
Aug. 15 

1914. 
Nov. 24, 

1913. 
May 26, 

1914. 
Feb. 2 

1914. 
May 5 

1914. 
May 5 

1914. 
Jan. 6 

1914. 
Oct. 10, 

1913. 
Mch. 8, 

1914. 
Feb. 17, 

1914 
Apr. 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 14 

1914. 
Mch. 2, 

1914. 
Jan. 13 

1914. 
■ Jan. 27, 

1914. 
Feb. 4 

1914. 
Jan. 20, 

1913. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Jan. 19 

1914. 

Jan. 26 

1914. 
Apr. 1 

1914. 
Mch. 27 

1914. 
Dec. 26 

1913. 
•■ Apr. 8 

1914. 





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1100,000 


1914. 




June 30, 


10,000 


1913. 




June 30, 


10,000 


1914. 




Sept. 27, 


1,800,000 


1913. 




Dec. 31, 


10,000 


1913. 




Deo. 31, 


15,000 


1913. 




Apr. 30, 


125,000 


1914. 




May 5, 


25,000 


1914. 




Jan. 1, 


50,000 


1914. 




Oct. 10, 


15,000 


1913. 




Jan. 1, 


5,000 


1914. 




Dec. 31, 


15,000 


1913. 




Mch. 31, 


5,000 


1914. 




Jan. 13, 


5,000 


1914. 




Mch. 2, 


5,000 


1914. 




Dec. 31, 


50,000 


1913. 




Dec. 31, 


200,000 


1913. 




Dec. 31, 


25,000 


1913. 




Dec. 31, 


16,000 


1913. 




Jan. 1, 


100,000 


1914. 




Dec. 31, 


410,000 


1913. 




Jan. 1, 


10,000 


1914. 




Dec. 31, 


100,000 


1913. 




Apr. 1, 


5,000 


1914. 




Jan. 1, 


5,000 


1914. 




Oct. 4, 


35,000 


1913. 




Dec. 31, 


10,000 


1913. 







ise, 
and 
roc- 




K"0 JM 


t 




ISSteSri 


c3 


t^^iSliUl QJ 


•^ 


§ 



,087,744 

300 

29,000 

10,539 

23,000 



34,600 
90,000 

32,500 
36,529 
247,969 



61,000 



3,500 







Sl,912,256 


$993,335 


700 


- 


IS 12,280 


16,398 


- 


57,442 


22,707 


28,580 


- 


22,212 


2,500 


- 


2,095 


9,477 


600 


2,000 


6,200 


1,600 


200 


2,610 


- 


10,991 


35,000 


67,820 


6,917 


18,618 


with R. E. 


67,221 


64,409 


51,892 


115,084 


195,520 


2,500 


1,095 


19,955 


50,907 


3,155 


- 


- 


1,091 


6,500 


2,500 


10,159 


2G 30,973 



1 The Commercial Tow Boat Co. 

stock. 

2 Barge ''Henry Endicott." 

3 L. S. & M. S. Ry. Co. bond. 

* Chamber of Commerce subscrip- 
tion. 



6 Smith Textile Co., Inc. stock. 
^ Norwich Belt Mfg. Co., Inc. 

bonds. 
' Treasury stock. 
8 Oflice furniture. 



s Notes receivable discounted. 

1" Good will. 

" Equipment and supplies. 

'2 Investment. 

i» Bonds. 



1914.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



281 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


Patent Rights, 
Trade-marks, 
Good Will. 


8 
a 


•a 

1 


1 


1 
.1 

'S 

6 


k 

Ph 
< 


1 


1 
•-S a 




§ 

03 

ua 

e 


"3 
I 


- 


1 845,834 

2 2,806 

3 990 

*200 

6 1,670 

6 300 

^ 10,000 

8 1,675 

"2,315 


- 


§300,931 


$70,000 


$193,213 


- 


9 $32,459 


$5,259 


- 


$300,931 


10 $1,000 


$283 


11,220 


10,000 


1,220 










11,220 


- 


" 4,140 


256 


11,576 


10,000 


1,576 


.- 


- 


- 


- 


11,576 


- 


12 40,000 


- 


4,607,752 


1,800,000 


118,975 


13 $800,000 


410,000 


" 356,000 


$1,122,777 


4,607,752 


- 


- 


2,454 


3,513 


1,800 


933 


380 


400 


- 


- 


3,513 


_ 


16 327 


_ 


87,022 
368,663 


15,000 
125,000 


2,869 
69,140 


17 13,500 


10,513 
170,000 


34,000 
18 712 


10,428 
4,523 


87,022 
368,663 


10 90 


- 


- 


90 


90 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90 


- 


- 


- 


95,448 


41,800 


24,576 


19 15,000 


13,650 


- 


422 


95,448 


- 


20 3,247 


- 


29,857 


10,500 


17,127 


- 


212,000 


- 


230 


29,857 


- 


- 


- 


17,719 


5,000 


9,075 


- 


2,000 


- 


1,644 


17,719 


- 


20 510 


- 


36,701 


15,000 


20,242 


370 


- 


- 


1,089 


36,701 


i» 2,000 


- 


120 


5,892 


5,000 


892 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,892 


- 


- 


400 


9,400 


5,000 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,400 


- 


- 


- 


5,838 


5,000 


838 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,838 


- 


- 


- 


60,671 


50,000 


5,858 


- 


- 


4,813 


- 


60,671 


- 


- 


- 


232,573 


200,000 


1,637 


- 


15,000 


23 15,936 


- 


232,573 


- 


- 


- 


40,333 


14,500 


10,156 


- 


6,554 


- 


9,123 


40,333 


- 


21 1,200 


- 


157,457 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


142,457 


157,457 


- 


- 


- 


251,522 


100,000 


46,714 


- 


64,184 


26 40,624 


- 


251,522 


- 


- 


- 


700,120 


407,500 


- 


- 


286,189 


- 


6,431 


700,120 


- 


- 


- 


20,151 


10,000 


10,044 


- 


- 


- 


107 


20,151 


- 


- 


1,755 


176,116 


100,000 


27,232 


34,000 


14,884 


- 


- 


176,116 


- 


- 


- 


4,168 


3,000 


280 


- 


- 


- 


888 


4,168 


- 


- 


- 


1,401 


1,370 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


1,401 


w 25,668 


- 


- 


38,713 


35,000 


3,713 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38,713 


~ 


~ 


~ 


50,440 


10,000 


11,336 


- 


10,000 


- 


19,104 


50,440 



" Reserve for bonds. 

15 And chattels. 

16 Insurance. 
1' Mortgages. 
16 Suspense. 


19 Mortgage indebtedness. 

20 Fixtures. 

21 Worcester National Bank loan. 

22 Adjourned. 

23 And reserves. 


21 Expense (insurance, etc.) 

25 Reserve. 

26 And horses, wagons and other 

equipments. 



282 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1914. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Si 


5 

g 


l-l 


o 


S'S 


^a 



Davis, King Co., Acton, 

Davis Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration, Gloucester. 
Davis Mills, Fall River, 

Davis Press, Incorporated, 
The, Worcester. 

Davis Shoe Company, The, 

Weymouth. 
Davis- Watson Manufacturing 

Company, Boston. 
Davol Mills, Fall River, 

Day, Gormley Leather Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Daylight Poultry Company, 
Boston. 

De Cort Co., Boston, . 

De Luxe Candy Stores, In- 
corporated, The, Lynn. 

De Luxe Corporation, Bos- 
ton. 

De Meritte School (inc.), Bos- 
ton. 

De Wolfe and Fiske Company, 
Boston. 

Dean Penney Company, 
Brockton. 

Deavitt Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Uxbridge. 

Decatur and Hopkins Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Decatur-Caddick Lumber 
Company, Boston. 

Del Oro Fruit Co., Boston, 

Delmar Company, Boston, . 

Demarest Heater Company, 

The, Springfield. 
Demenkow-Brooks Co., Inc., 

Brockton. 
Deraond & Brown Chair Co. 

Inc., The, Winchendon. 
Dempsey Bros. Co., Boston, 



Demter Company, The, Wil- 
m ngton. 

Denhoim and McKay Com- 
pany, Worcester. 

Denison Brothers Company, 
New Bedford. 

Denison, Pratt Paper Com- 
pany (Incorporated), Bos- 
ton. 

D e n n i 8 n Manufacturing 
Company, (1911), Bos- 
ton. 



Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 23, 

1914. 
Nov. 6, 

1914. 
July 21, 

1914. 

Apr. 13, 

1914. 
July 6, 

1914. 
May 21, 

1914. 
Feb. 27, 

1914. 
Aug. 7, 

1914. 
Feb. 18, 

1914. 
Aug. 8, 

1914. 
May 5, 

1914. 
Feb. 3, 

1914. 
Feb. 28, 

1914. 
Jan. 15, 

1914. 
Mch. 12, 

1914. 
May ■ 15, 

1914. 
Feb. 2, 

1914. 
May 28, 

1914. 
May 23, 

1914. 
July 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 26, 

1913. 
July 24, 

1914. 
June 24, 

1914. 

Mch. 12, 

1914. 
Jan. 19, 

1914. 
May 14, 

1914. 
Dec. 19, 

1913. 

Mch. 30, 
1914. 



Feb. 7 

1914. 
Feb. 4 

1914. 
Oct. 27 

1914. 
July 13 

1914. 

Jan. 21 

1914. 
' May 4 

1914. 
May 4, 

1914. 
Jan. 28, 

1914. 
" July 6, 

1914. 
Jan. 21 

1914. 
June 15 

1914. 
Jan. 11 

1914. 
Jan. 1 

1914. 
Feb. 10, 

1914. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
Feb. 

1914 
Jan. 28 

1914. 
Jan. 12 

1914. 
May 5 

1914. 
May 12 

1914. 
Apr. 5 

1914. 
Nov. 15, 

1913. 
July 20, 

1914. 
June 15 

1914. 

Jan. 15 

1914. 
Jan. 16 

1914. 
Apr. 27 

1914. 
Dec. 16, 

1913. 

Mch. 10, 
1914. 



Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Oct. 3, 

1914. 
July 1, 

1914. 

Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Mch. 28, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
July 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Jan. 1, 

1914. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Apr. 30, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Apr. 1, 

1914. 
Nov. 1, 

1913. 
July 1, 

1914. 
May 30, 

1914. 

Dec. 1, 

1913. 
Dec. 31, 

1913. 
Mch. 31, 

1914. 
Nov. 1, 

1913. 

Dec. 31, 
1913. 



$20,000 

50,000 

1,250,000 

30,000 

50,000 

30,000 

500,000 

25,000 

50,000 

5,000 

50,000 

5,000 

50,000 

100,000 

20,000 

5,000 

175,000 

5,000 

2,000 

10,000 

15,000 

3,000 

30,000 

20,000 

15,000 

1,300,000 

70,000 

10,000 

5,600,000 



Assets. 



3 S C3 5 



$2,148,930 



3,500 
138,600 



S9,060 



with R. E. 
13,000 



4,000 
361,400 



3,718 



- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


1,173 


- 


500 


26,350 


9.622 


_ 


1 


1,718,230 


23 172,615 


69,225 


1,000 


745,268 


671,225 



$2,922 



431,460 
5,035 



1,850 

259,505 

2,186 



1,850 



123,595 

39,078 

54 

162,197 
10,276 

470 

4,571 

16 2,109 

21,261 

6,500 

30 

399,827 
15,465 
3,600 

971,154 



1 Patent rights. 

2 Taxes accrued. 

' Reserve for depreciation. 

* Good will. 

' Type, furniture, etc. 



6 Thirty-four shares School Arts 

Pub. Co. 
' Five shares Worcester Mfg. Co. 
s Adjourned. 
' Patterns. 



1" Furniture and fixtures. 

1' Corporation has done no business. 

■2 Fixtures. 

w School furniture. 

I'' Insurance unexpired. 



1914. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



283 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


— Con. 




Liabilities. 












>i 


J= 


-i 








hC cars 


1 

a 


03 




i 


1 

S 

^ 6 




a 
a a 


§ 


1 

-a 


13 




ago 


1 


s 


3 

o 


-S 

1 


1^ 


1^ 


§"2 


■3, 
3 





3 



PL, 


S 


P-. 


H 


o 


< 


ClH 


E 


M 


£ 


H 


- 


- 


$395 


$13,516 


$11,000 


$2,516 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$13,516 


1 S49,906 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,800,794 


1,250,000 


2 17,858 


- 


$929,600 


3 $178,500 


$424,836 


2,800,794 


<615 


6 $8,750 

6 3,400 

'500 


- 


51,921 


30,000 


4,684 


- 


8,975 


- 


8,262 


51,921 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


110,000 


9 3,000 


520 


24,156 


22,500 


528 


- 


1,128 


- 


- 


24,156 


- 


- 


- 


825,791 


500,000 


205,603 


- 


- 


- 


120,188 


825,791 


- 


10 658 


193 


54,437 


25,000 


29,437 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54,437 


4 25,000 


- 


10,000 


35,000 


35,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35,000 


- 


- 


100 


100 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100 


- 


" 7,200 


2,748 


12,244 


10,200 


1,144 


- 


900 


- 


- 


12,244 


« 1,500 


- 


- 


6,262 


5,000 


962 


- 


300 


- 


- 


6,262 


- 


13 1,000 


1,203 


3,371 


300 


3,071 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,371 


- 


i-'548 


- 


169,831 


100,000 


69,080 




- 


751 


- 


169,831 


- 


- 


- 


70,904 


20,000 


45,253 


- 


2,500 


3,151 


- 


70,904 


- 


- 


- 


7,748 


4,000 


504 


- 


- 


- 


3,244 


7,748 


- 


9,755 


- 


342,897 


175,000 


33,775 


- 


134,122 


- 


- 


342,897 


4 2,627 


- 


- 


21,633 


5,000 


16,633 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,633 


- 


- 


- 


20,281 


2,000 


8,531 


- 


9,750 


- 


- 


20,281 


- 


12 174 
16 306 


61 


1,994 


1,200 


794 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,994 


~ 


- 


7,859 


13,731 


9,000 


4,731 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,731 


- 


- 


- 


4,662 


3,000 


519 


- 


- 


873 


270 


4,662 


* 6,000 


1' 3,733 

18 850 


3,162 


83,790 


30,000 


39,040 


$14,750 


- 


- 


- 


83,790 




19 3,000 

12 5,000 

2»500 




22,785 


20,000 


2,097 








688 


22,785 


215 


22 186 


80 


303 


30 


- 


- 


273 


- 


- 


303 


- 


65,992 


- 


2,750,534 


1,300,000 


62,240 


750,000 


380,000 


21 4,000 


254,294 


2,750,534 


- 


25 3,500 
26 1,224 


- 


137,921 


70,000 


26,702 


- 


31,888 


- 


9,331 


137,921 


- 


- 


- 


46,863 


5,000 


41,721 


- 


- 


142 


- 


46,863 


1 18,385 


1° 64,920 


_ 


5,252,630 


4,654,990 


232,273 






201,946 


_ 


5,252,630 


4 1,000,000 
















27 11,416 
28 152,005 







16 Agents. 

16 And tools. 

1' Timber. 

18 Teams. 

1' Teams and horses. 



2° Shares of stock. 

21 Trade-marks. 

22 Organizing account. 

23 And fixtures. 

2'' Insurance reserve. 



25 Horses. 

26 Prepaid accounts. 

2' Reserve for purchase first pre- 
ferred. 
28 Suspense. 



284 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1914. 



Abstract of Certificates op Condition 







bb 


a 
1 


C3 

'S, 

03 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






ise, 
and 
'roc- 




TION. 


% 

O 
.aid 


s 




-a 

-a S 
■302 


1 


9 


anufacturf 
Merchand 
Material, 
Stock in F 
ess. 


"1 

11 

1« 




^ 


a 


Q 


< 


« 


§ 


S 





Densten Hair Company, Pea- 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 10 


Dec. 31, 


S20,100 


S24,305 


S67,972 


842,457 


$31,104 


body. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Derby Desk Company, Somer- 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 27, 


400,000 


462,467 


with R. E. 


438,054 


213,954 


viWe. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Des Arts Studios, Incorpo- 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 13 


Dec. 17, 


5,000 


- 


4 14,210 


20,860 


16,402 


rated, Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Desmarais Drug Company, 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 2 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,306 


379 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Devlin Brothers Building 


Mch. 26, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


_ 


698 


Company, Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dewey & Co. Incorporated, 


Nov. 16, 


Nov. 3 


Oct. 10, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


11,184 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dexter Box, Shook & Lumber 


Mch. 26, 


8 Feb. 2 


Feb. 1, 


50,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Company, Beverly. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dexter Brothers Company, 


Feb. 17, 


Jan. 15 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


20,822 


24,343 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dexter P. Lillie Company, 


May 26, 


May 19 


May 1, 


50,000 


- 


10,002 


47,339 


24,194 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Diadem Manufacturing Com- 


July 6, 


June 2 


June 2, 


15,000 


8,500 


7,500 


39,014 


16,021 


pany, Fitohburg. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Diamond Baking Powder Co., 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 17 


Dec. 18, 


3,000 


- 


250 


713 


331 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Diamond Finish Starch Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Nov. 15 


Oct. 31, 


25,000 


- 


100 


202 


110 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Diamond Shoe Company of 


Apr. 3, 


Feb. 16 


Dec. 12, 


50,000 


39,239 


with R. E. 


61,719 


28,890 


Mass., Brockton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Diamond Tack and Nail 


May 26, 


May 20 


Mch. 31, 


16,000 


4,275 


4,848 


7,916 


5,168 


Works, Raynham. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dickerman & McQuade, Inc., 


May 12, 


Apr. 3 


Mch. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


10,954 


3,498 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dickerman-Maurland Box 


July 23, 


Mch. 31 


Dec. 31, 


11,925 


- 


7,835 


5,273 


3,369 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dickinson Manufacturing 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 22 


Deo. 31, 


100,000 


35,000 


43,975 


39,989 


25,442 


Company, Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dickinson Shoe Company, 


Feb. 24, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,435 


9,725 


18,409 


The, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dickinson-Streeter Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


31,000 


- 


14 8,541 


.10,693 


Springfield. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dietz Baking Company, The, 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 19 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


86,473 


21,964 


6,724 


8,905 


Holyoke. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dighton Foundry Company, 


Aug. 8, 


July 2 


May 31, 


50,000 


- 


2,000 


7,245 


1,509 


Taunton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dighton Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 26, 


"Feb. 27 


Jan. 3, 


18,000 


15,000 


- 


3,054 


40,031 


pany, Dighton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dighton Stove Lining Com- 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 28 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


19,000 


5,590 


15,233 


2,559 


pany, Dighton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dillaby Fireproofing Com- 


May 29, 


Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


2,600 


8,237 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dillon Machine Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 27 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


5,155 


26,606 


30,978 


Lawrence. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dine Bros. Company, Lynn, 


June 23, 
1914. 


19 June 2 
1914. 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


30,000 


- 


3,000 


13,550 


34,000 


Dinsmore Drug Co., Boston, 


Mch. 30, 
1914. 


Mch. 17 
1914. 


Jan. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


- 


25 2,000 


226 


Dinsmore Manufacturing Co., 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 14 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


26 1,387 


1,987 


12,437 


Salem. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Direct Hosiery Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 5 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


500 


1,728 


584 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 













1 Prepaid interest, taxes and insurance, 

2 Mortgage on real estate. 

' Reserves for depreciation of build- 
ings, machinery, equipment and 
doubtful accounts. 

< And equipment. 



Fixtures. 

Borrowed cash. 

Undivided profits. 

Corporation transferred all its 

property in trust to the Beverly 

National Bank in 1909. 



9 Trade-marks. 
1" Trade-marks and good will. 

11 Treasury stock. 

12 Good will. 
" Securities. 

!■' And horses, rolling stock, etc. 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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iSl,114 


- 


$166,952 


$20,100 


$16,492 


2 $3,000 


$20,000 


$90,277 
3 17,083 


- 


$166,952 


- 


- 


$390,915 


1,505,390 


400,000 


39,111 


1,041,279 


25,000 


- 


1,505,390 


- 


- 


- 


51,472 


5,000 


4,484 


27,954 


14,000 


- 


$34 


51,472 


- 


5 2,225 


- 


6,910 


5,000 


192 


- 


s 1,111 


7 605 


2 


6,910 


- 


- 


- 


25,698 


25,000 


425 


- 


- 


- 


273 


25,698 


- 


- 


- 


11,184 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,184 


11,184 


- 


- 


- 


45,165 


30,000 


714 


- 


14,000 


- 


451 


45,165 


- 


- 


5,313 


86,848 


50,000 


11,848 


- 


25,000 


~ 


- 


86,848 


- 


- 


- 


71,035 


15,000 


10,804 


4,000 


28,000 


- 


13,231 


71,035 


9 81,500 


- 


506 


3,300 


3,000 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


3,300 


10 10,096 


11 15,000 


- 


25,508 


25,000 


73 


- 


300 


- 


135 


25,508 


- 


- 




129,848 


50,000 


25,515 


- 


5,000 


49,333 


- 


129,848 


- 


- 




22,207 


16,000 


85 


- 


- 


- 


6,122 


22,207 


- 


- 


- 


14,452 


10,000 


782 


- 


- 


- 


3,670 


14,452 


12 3,000 


- 


- 


19,477 


11,125 


3,253 


- 


5,000 


- 


99 


19,477 


- 


13 1,850 


- 


146,256 


58,800 


11,294 


33,000 


41,276 


1,886 


- 


146,256 


- 


- 


- 


30,569 


10,000 


1,353 


- 


2,000 


5,000 


12,216 


30,569 


12 10,000 


15 50 


_ 


60,284 
124,066 


21,520 
15,000 


11,648 
"296 
19,112 


17 21,500 
32,251 


48,552 


98 
4,312 


5,222 
4,839 


60,284 
124,066 


: 


18 1,500 


3,366 


15,620 
58,085 


8,500 
18,000 


7,120 
33,588 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


- 


6,497 


15,620 
58,085 


- 


20 3,000 


2,026 


47,408 


25,000 


2,808 


- 


19,600 


- 


- 


47,408 


- 


- 


- 


10,837 


6,000 


3,710 


- 


- 


- 


1,127 


10,837 


- 


21 3,124 

22 2,416 

23 275 

2^582 


- 


69,136 


50,000 


9,745 


- 


- 


9,391 


- 


69,136 


_ 


420 


50,970 


30,000 


12,870 




8,100 






50,970 


12 3,940 


- 


- 


6,166 


5,000 


213 


- 


- 


- 


953 


6,166 


2? 250 

12 16,000 

2? 300 


28 1,290 


- 


33,351 


9,250 


76 


- 


- 


- 


24,025 


33,351 


~ 


18,066 


21,178 


20,000 


1,178 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,178 



15 stock in another corporation. 
15 Dividends payable. 
1' Real estate mortgage. 
18 Flask and pattern. 
1' Adjourned. 



20 Molds. 

21 Plant: — engine, boiler and build- 

ings. 

22 Patterns. 

23 Horse and wagon. 



2« Office furniture. 

25 And fixtures. 

26 And patterns. 

27 Patent rights. 

28 Stocks. 



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Direct Importing Company, 


May 11, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 31, 


$300,000 






S86,937 


$45,987 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Direct Sales Company, 


May 11, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


100 


3,065 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Direct Shoe Company, Bos- 


May 1, 


May 1, 


Deo. 31, 


30,000 


- 


4 $1,038 


35,331 


25,183 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Directory Publishing Com- 


Apr. 29, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Directoyu Company, The, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


- 


2,947 


24,435 


50,622 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dix Lumber Company, Cam- 


Mch. 26, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


$3,841 


- 


46,141 


34,996 


bridge. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Doane & Williams Co., Chic- 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


26,500 


2,800 


15,879 


13,312 


opee. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dockham Publishing Com- 


July 8, 


May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


200 


3,560 


pany, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dr. A. C. Daniels (Incorpo- 


Jan. 13, 


Jan. 6, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


720 


8,931 


15,066 


rated), Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dr. Earl S. Sloan Incorpo- 


July 24, 


July 7, 


May 31, 


50,000 


9,970 


3,966 


71,905 


52,913 


rated, Cambridge. 


1914. 


1914 


1914. 












Dr. Hallock Drug Company, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


1,500 


1,500 


2,000 


The, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Doctor J. A. Walsh Company, 


June 29, 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 28, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dr. John Wilbur Daughter 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


610 


1,575 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dr. Randall & Associates, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 11, 


Dec. 11, 


5,000 


- 


250 


2,500 


150 


Inc., Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Dr. Reed Cushion Shoe Co., 


Oct. 22, 


Oct. 9, 


Aug. 29, 


7,500 


- 


- 


10,530 


986 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dr. Rudolph Mertin, Inc., 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


4,748 


2,731 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dr. Swett Root Beer Co., 


Jan. 26, 


15 Dec. 12, 


Dec. 1, 


100,000 


- 


"13,119 


400 


5,933 


Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Dr. Temple's Treatment, Inc., 


Sept. 28, 


June 8, 


May 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


250 


Lowell. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dodge Furniture Company, 


Mch. 10, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 1, 


60,000 


- 


- 


— 


- 


The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dodge-Haley Company, Bos- 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


130,000 


- 


- 


132,799 


96,508 


ton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dodge Mill Company, 


May 14, 


May 11, 


Mch. 31, 


6,000 


20 1,050 


*500 


4,605 


10,134 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dodson Co., Lawrence, 


Mch. 5, 
1914. 


Feb. 2, 
1914. 


Feb. 1, 
1914. 


5,000 


- 


800 


1,200 


6,850 


Dolls' Hospital, Incorporated, 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,855 


509 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Domestic Vacuum Cleaner 


Aug. 7, 


July 6, 


June 30, 


290,000 


10,010 


25,649 


68,238 


176,061 


Company, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Donnelly & Co., Inc., Boston, 


June 3, 
1914. 


Apr. 6, 
1914. 


Mch. 31, 
1914. 


30,000 


- 


" 


1,766 


29,163 


Donnelly Co. of Worcester, 


Sept. 1, 


July 15, 


June 30, 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


14,789 


The, Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Donnelly-Johnson Company, 


May 7, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 12, 


75,000 


- 


- 


43,763 


19,491 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Donohue Brothers Leather 


Oct. 14, 


June 1, 


May 31, 


15,000 


4,000 


with R. E. 


996 


20,004 


Company, Lynn. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Donohue Coal Company, 


Sept. 21, 


June 26, 


May 29, 


25,000 


18,000 


- 


13,400 


8,134 


Worcester. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Donovan, Giles Company, 


Feb. 19, 


30 Oct. 14, 


Oct. 14, 


75,000 


- 


18,853 


34,914 


66,665 


The, Lynn. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 













■ Fixtures. 

2 Securities. 

■' Contract rights. 

' And fixtures. 

■■ Good will. 

» Pre|)aid expenses. 



' Insurance unexpired. 

8 Mortgage. 

' Copyrights. 
1" And commissions. 
" Reserve. 



12 Trade-marks. 

'3 Furniture and fixtures. 

I'' Forraulse. 

15 Should have been held. 

15 .A.nd kegs, etc. 



1914. 



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of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIBS. 


111 


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O 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


Funded Indebt- 
edness. 


J. 

T3 

.9 " 
O 0) 


3 


i 


1 
^ 


- 


1 $23,003 

2 54,440 

3 500 


S887 


$210,367 
4,552 


8169,500 
1,000 


S329 
1,552 


- 


$2,000 


- 


840,538 


$210,367 
4,552 


5 S5,000 


6 161 


- 


66,713 


21,300 


34,364 


- 


4,000 


$7,049 


- 


66,713 


5 1,000 


- 


1,200 


2,200 


300 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


700 


2,200 


- 


2 31,500 


- 


109,504 


63,000 


281 


- 


1,000 


- 


45,223 


109,504 


- 


4,340 
7 200 


- 


89,518 
58,491 


15,000 
15,000 


36,899 
10,533 


8 820,000 


27,894 
4,000 


9,725 


8,958 


89,518 
58,491 


M,000 


9 5,000 


13,303 


23,063 


10,000 


755 


- 


10 12,308 


- 


- 


23,063 


- 


- 


- 


24,717 


5,000 


5,491 


- 


- 


14,226 


- 


24,717 


- 


- 


: 


138,754 
5,000 


50,000 
2,500 


1,500 


8 1,000 


: 


26,466 
11 31,352 


30,936 


138,754 
5,000 


w 300 


- 


- 


300 


250 


- 


- 




- 


50 


300 


12 50,000 

5 44,300 

5 2,500 


- 


4,794 
900 


101,279 
6,300 


100,000 
5,000 


1,279 
1,300 


: 




- 


_ 


101,279 
6,300 


- 


13 666 


1,721 


13,903 


6,000 


7,903 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,903 


12 20,485 
6 18,000 
1' 30,175 


" 2,450 

" 2,000 

18 74,000 


2,081 


52,495 
123,627 


50,000 
75,000 


2,005 
1,862 


- 


490 
15,000 


19 180 


31,585 


52,495 
123,627 


- 


- 


4,750 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


- 


3,045 


- 


232,352 


130,000 


93,506 


- 


- 


- 


8,846 


232,352 


- 


21 1,050 


- 


17,339 


6,000 


5,720 


- 


4,000 


22 1,000 


619 


17,339 


5 2,000 


- 


126 


10,976 


5,000 


5,976 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,976 


- 


- 


- 


3,364 


1,175 


130 


2,000 


- 


59 


- 


3,364 


1' 45,242 
5 23,573 
23 16,400 


18 11,000 
2* 1,334 

25 27 

26 5,000 


- 


359,773 
48,690 
19,789 


264,250 

30,000 

6,000 


9,482 
16,824 
11,095 


- 


28,730 


43,371 


13,940 
1,866 
2,694 


359,773 
48,690 
19,789 


- 


- 


28,497 


91,751 


60,000 


24,751 


7,000 


- 


- 


- 


91,751 


- 


- 


36,476 


61,476 


15,000 


46,476 


- 


- 


- 


- 


61,476 


5 2,190 


2' 2,500 
28 4,000 
6 5,704 


- 


46,034 
128,326 


19,200 
28 4,000 
62,000 


4,084 
26,139 


29 9,000 


6,000 
10,000 


- 


3,750 
30,187 


46,034 
128,326 



1^ Patent rights. 

18 Treasury stock. 

19 Reserve for bad debts. 

2" Buildings on leased land. 
21 Teams. 



22 Depreciation. 

23 Good will, lease, etc. 

2'! Fixtures and office furniture. 
26 Prepaid taxes. 
26 Plant. 



2' 8 horses, 6 sleighs, 2 carts, 8 wag- 
ons, 10 sets of harness, 1 buggy. 

28 Forty shares stock of company. 

29 Mortgage on real estate. 
3" In lieu of annual. 



288 



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[1914. 



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anufactures, 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
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Donovan Motor Car Co., 


Mch. 10, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


$50,000 


_ 


_ 


$15,648 


$3,490 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Doody Vapor Heating Com- 


Aug. 26, 


June 1, 


May 31, 


50,000 


- 


S500 


4,699 


5,500 


pany, The, Canton. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dorchester Awning Company, 


Dec. 5, 


Nov. 17, 


Nov. 15, 


25,000 


~ 


562 


6,603 


6,618 


Inc., The, Boston. 


1913. 


1913. 


1913. 












Dorchester Express Company, 


Oct. 19, 


Aug. 12, 


Aug. 1, 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


500 


Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1914. 












Dorchester Parcel Delivery 


Jan. 17, 


Nov. 5, 


Sept. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


5 11,876 


5,878 


Company, Boston. 


1914. 


1913. 


1913. 












Dorchester Real Estate Cor- 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


50,000 


S12,000 


_ 


_ 


628 


poration, Boston. 


1914. 


1914. 


1913. 












Dorchester Theatre Com- 


Mch. 24, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


8