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Public Document No. 10 



ABSTEACT 



Certificates of Corporations 



ORGANIZED UNDER THE 



GENEEAL 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 



Year ending Noyember 30, 1918 



PREPARED BY THE 

secretary of the commonwealth 




BOSTON 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 
,32 DERNE STREET 
1919 



®l)e Commontoealti) of itta00acl)ii0ett0. 



Office of the Secretary, Boston, Jan. 1, 1919. 
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 Abstract from the certificates, excepting those of foreign corpora- 
tions, required by law to be deposited with the Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, a statement of the names of all corporations changed under 
the provisions of chapter one hundred and sixty-three. Acts of 1908, as 
amended by chapter two hundred and five. General Acts of 1915, and the 
names of all corporations dissolved. The aggregate amount of capital 
invested in new enterprises in 1918 is $136,702,625, and by increase of 
capital, $66,212,200 additional. The whole number of certificates of 
incorporation issued is 1,645. 

The number of annual certificates of condition filed by public service 
corporations is 197, of which 14 are duplicates or omissions of a previous 
year, and by trading corporations is 9,914, of which 125 are duplicates 
or omissions of a previous year. 

The amount of fees paid into the treasury of the Commonwealth in 
1918 from the Corporation division of this office was $182,492,40, and for 
filing and recording certificates of limited partnership, $15. 

Respectfully, 

ALBERT P. LANGTRY, 

Secretary of the Commonwealth. 



Abstract of Articles of Organization 

As Corporations, under The Business Corporation Law, Chapter 437, 

Acts of 1903. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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$25,000 


$100 


250 


15,000 


100 


150 


12,000 


100 


120 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


5,000 


100 


50 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


2,000 


100 


20 


25,000 


100 


250 


200,000 


100 


2,000 


5,000 


100 


50 


50,000 


1100 

2 100 


1150 
2 350 


5,000 


10 


500 


10,000 


100 


100 


100,000 


1100 


1300 




2 100 


2 700 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


15 

25 


1800 
2 1,200 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


50,000 


1100 

2 100 


1250 
2 250 


10,000 


100 


100 


7,500 


25 


300 


25,000 


100 


250 



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A. A. Caffrey Coal Company, 

A. A. Martin, Russo Company, . 

A. A. Shea, Inc., 

A. B. Young Co., . . -" . 

A. C. Mathewson Detective Cor- 
poration. 
A. C. Porter, Inc., 

A. E. Burnham Company, . 

A. F. Dow and Company, Incor- 
porated. 
A. F. Gallun & Sons Incorporated, 

A. F. Gordon Inc 

A. Gordon & Co., Inc., 

A. Johnson, Incorporated, . 

A. M. Smith Co 

A. Preston Thissell Company, The, 
A. S. Lauferty Company, The, 
A. W. Story Company, 
A. Wolfson & Son, Inc., 
Acme Ventilator Corporation, 
Adler, Green Company, 
Advocate Company, The, . 
Advocate Publishing Company, 
Aetna Waste Company, 
Albert E. Touchet, Incorporated 
Alco Motor Company, 
Alexander Brothers, Inc., . 
Alhambra Theatre Co., 
Allen Company, 



Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Natick, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 

Milwaukee 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



and 
Wis. 



Eaton 



Boston, Mass., 

Rapids, Mich., and 

Ovid, Mich 
Beverly, 

Boston, . 

Rockport, 

Chicopee, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

New Bedford, 



$14,000 

15,000 

8,000 

50,000 

25,000 

25,000 

25,000 

1,000 

5,000 

150,000 

2,000 

300 

150,000 

5,000 

1 15,000 

2 35,000 

3,000 



1 30,000 

2 70,000 

5,100 

1 4,000 

2 6,000 

15 

9,000 
25,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
10,000 

7,500 

25,000 



Jan. 24, 

1918, 
July 16, 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Aug. 17, 

1918. 
Apr. 27 

1918. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 
Aug. 20, 

1918. 
Nov. 29, 

1918. 
Deo. 19 

1917. 
Dec. 24 

1917. 
Feb. 27, 

1918, 
Nov. 20, 

1917. 
May 16 

1918. 

Oct. 15, 

1918 
Apr. 29, 

1918 
Mch. 20, 

1918 
Apr^ 1 

1918 
July 29, 

1918. 
Mch. 1 

1918. 
Oct. 22 

1917. 
Mch. 18 

1918. 
June 21 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
June 11 

1918. 
May 21 

1918. 
Oct. 14 

1918. 
June 21 

1918. 



Jan. 28, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 6, 

1918. 
Aug. 21, 

1918. 
Apr. 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 20, 

1917. 
Dec. 26, 

1917. 
Mch. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 6, 

1917. 
May 16, 

1918. 

Oct. 16, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 22, 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
June 12, 

1918. 
May 25, 

1918. 
Oct. 17, 

1918. 
June 22, 

1918. 



I Preferred. 



2 Common. 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 







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NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 


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Allen Spool & Wood Turning Co., 


Boston, Mass., and 


$275,000 


I $100 


1750 


2 $300 


Nov. 16, 


Nov. 18, 




Mystic, Coi 


m. 




2 100 


2 2,000 




1918. 


1918. 


AUes & Fisher Inc., . ... 


Boston, . 




600,000 


100 


6,000 


500,000 


Sept. 19, 
1918. 


Sept. 20, 
1918. 


Allied Manufacturers' Export Cor- 


Boston, . 




200,000 


1100 


1 1,000 


1 30,100 


Nov. 15, 


Nov. 19, 


poration, The. 








2 100 


2 1,000 


2 20,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Allston Amusement Company, . 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


300 


Nov. 7, 
1918. 


Nov. 7, 
1918. 


Amdur Shoe Company, Inc., 


Boston, . 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


May 29, 
1918. 


June 7, 
1918. 


American Banner Company Inc., 


Boston, . 




10,000 


25 


400 


5,000 


Feb. 21, 


Feb. 26, 


The. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Biscuit Company, 


Maiden, 




25,000 


100 


250 


1,200 


Dec. 11, 
1917. 


Apr. 23, 
1918. 


American Braiding Co., 


Holyoke, 




50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


Oct. 15, 
1918. 


Oct. 17, 
1918. 


American Economy Products Co., 


Boston, . 




48,000 


100 


480 


48,000 


Apr. 27, 


May 20, 


Inc. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Educational Association, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


uoo 


1100 


1 10,000 


Mav 20, 


May 22, 


Inc. 








2 100 


2 150 


2 15,000 


1918. 


1918. 


American Food Conservation 


Boston, . 




50,000 


IS 


1 9,000 


1 45,000 


May 15, 


May 15, 


Company. 








25 


2 1,000 


'100 


1918. 


1918. 


American House Hotel Co., 


Boston, . 




500,000 


1100 


1 2,500 


1 105,000 


Nov. 28, 


Dec. 5, 










2 100 


2 2,500 


2 150,200 


1917. 


1917. 


American Match Company, The, 


Worcester, 




250,000 


1100 


1 1,500 


1 150,000 


Nov. 22, 


Dec. 3, 










2 100 


2 1,000 


2 100,000 


1917. 


1917. 


America Mica Corporation, 


Newton, 




200,000 


1100 

2 100 


1 1,000 

2 1,000 


2300 


Apr. 29, 
1918. 


May 3, 
1918. 


American Motors Company of 


Taunton, 




5,000 


50 


100 


3,000 


Apr. 24, 


May 1, 


Southern Massachusetts, The. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Naval Uniform Com- 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Sept. 27, 


Oct. 1, 


pany. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Paint and Putty Co., . 


Somerville, 




50,000 


1100 

2 100 


150 
2450 


2 30,000 


May 3, 
1918. 


May 6, 
1918. 


American Peat Product Company, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


1 100 

2 100 


1100 
2 150 


2 15,000 


Sept. 6, 
1918. 


Sept. 9, 
1918. 


American Pennant Co., 


Boston, . 




10.500 


100 


105 


10,500 


Jan. 31, 
1918. 


Feb. 2, 
1918. 


American Pictograph Manufactur- 


Boston, . 




10,000 


50 


200 


10,000 


July 1, 


July 10, 


ing Company. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Self Seahng Tube Com- 


Boston, . 




100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


June IS, 


June 24, 


pany. 














1918. 


1918. 


American Selling Company Inc., . 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


300 


Jan. 25, 
1918. 


Mch. 7, 
1918. 


American Shipbuilding and Trans- 


Boston, . 




150,000 


110 


1 10,000 


2 50,000 


Dec. 18, 


Dec. 20, 


portation Corporation. 








25 


2 10,000 




1917. 


1917. 


American Te.\tile Soap Company, 


Boston, . 




1,000,000 


1100 

2 100 


1 5,000 

2 5,000 


2 1,000 


June 12, 
1918. 


June 12, 
1918. 


American Wine Company, . 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


14,500 


Mch. 13, 

1918. 
July 11, 


Apr. 5, 

1918. 
July 16, 


Ames Manufacturing Company, . 


Boston, . 




50,000 


50 


1,000 


4,000 
















1918. 


1918. 


Amory Browne Export Corpora- 


Boston, . 




138,100 


1100 


1 1,200 


1 120,000 


May 2, 


May 15, 


tion. 








2 100 


2 181 


2 18,100 


1918. 


1918. 


Anchor Leather Co. of Massachu- 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 29, 


setts. 














1918. 


1918. 


Angelo Lualdi, Inc., . 


Cambridge, 




25,000 


110 

2 10 


1 1,500 
2 1,000 


2 8,500 


Jan. 23, 
1918. 


Jan. 31, 
1918. 


Angelo Realty Co.,' . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 7, 
1918. 


June 8, 
1918. 


Animated Service Incorporated, . 


Boston, . 




98,000 


1100 

2 100 


1500 
2 480 


2 32,000 


Mch. 25, 
1918. 


Mch. 26, 
1918. 


Apperson Motor Car Co. of N. E., 


Boston, . 




6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


Mch. 12, 
1918. 


Mch. 13, 
1918. 


Aqua-Thermos Appliance Com- 


Boston, . 




300,000 


110 


I 5,000 


1 50,000 


May 21, 


May 21, 


pany. 








2 10 


2 25,000 


2 250,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Aqua-Thermos Motor Company, 


Boston, . 




96,000 


110 


1 1,600 


I 16,000 


July 17, 


Sept. 10, 








2 1(1 


2 8,000 


2 80,000 


1918. 


1918. 



I Preferred. 



2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Arbeka Webbing Company, 

Arlington Warehouse, Inc., The, . 

Aro-Stoma-Tonic Company, The, 

Arrow Express and Trucking 
Company, The. 

Artcraft Enamel Company, 

Arthur H. Du Grenier Auto Rent- 
ing Company, Inc., The. 
Artistic Dress & Suit Company, . 

Aspinwall Garage Company, 

Astor Lunch Company, 

Atherton Furniture Company of 

Haverhill. 
Atlantic Brokerage Company, 

Atlantic Hat Wcyks, Incorporated, 

Atlantic Refining Company, 

Atlantic Salt Fish Co. Inc., 

Atlantic Shoe & Finding Co., 

Atlas Roof Coating Company, 

Atwood Brothers, Incorporated, . 

Auditorium Theatre Company, . 

Austin Shoe Repair Company, 

Auto Service Co. Inc., 

Automatic Firearms, Ltd., . 

Automobile Commercial Associa- 
tion, Inc. 
Automotive Battery Corporation, 

Avenue Realty Company,^ . 

Ayer Bus Corporation, 

Ayer Contracting Company, 

B. A. Banks Company, The, 

B. &. B. Manufacturing Co., The, 

B. Hammond Tracy Inc., . 

B. J. Elkind Co., 

B. V. F. Manufacturing Co., Inc., 

Baby and Lingerie Shop, Inc., The, 

Back Bay Pharmacy, Inc., . 



Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

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

Leominster, 

Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Brookline, 
Fall River, 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Plymouth, 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Whitman, 
Taunton, 
Beverly, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Ayer, 
Boston, . 
Quincy, 
Medford, 
Wenham, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$95,000 

10,000 

5,000 

40,000 

50,000 
10,000 

5,000 
10,000 
30,000 
50,000 

5,000 

5,000 
50,000 

3,000 

50,000 

20,000 

300,000 

1,000 
25,000 
20,000 
500,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 

1,000 

2,000 
10,000 

5,000 
50,000 

2,500 
25,000 
10,000 

5,000 



SlOO 

10 

50 

UOO 
2 100 

100 

25 

50 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

1 100 

2 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 

uo 

2 10 

100 

100 

100 

100 

10 

10 

100 

100 

50 

1100 

2 100 

50 
100 



950 

1,000 

100 

1200 
2 200 

500 

400 

100 

100 

300 

500 

50 

50 

1485 

2 15 

30 

500 

200 

3,000 

10 

1 1,000 

2 1,500 

200 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 

250 

250 
250 

10 

200 

1,000 

50 
500 

50 

1125 

2 125 

200 

50 



$95,000 

10,000 

5,000 

2 20,000 

7,500 
3,525 
1,250 
1,500 
18,000 
50,000 
5,000 
2,200 

1 48,500 
2 1,500 

3,000 

25,000 

20,000 

300,000 

1,000 

2 15,000 
10,000 

1 200,000 

2 300.000 

25,000 

25,000 
1,000 
1,000 
2,000 
5,050 
5,000 

50,000 

2,500 

2 12,500 

4,000 

3,000 



June 26, 

1918 
Aug. 9, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
June 12, 

1918. 

Apr. 

1918. 
July 

1918. 
Nov. 28, 

1917. 
Nov. 7 

1918. 
Apr. 2 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
July 22 

1918. 
Mch. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 11 

1918. 
July 12 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Aug. 2 

1918. 
Jan. 15 

1918. 
June 12 

1918. 
Jan. 15 

1918. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
June 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 13 

1918. 
June 19 

1918. 
June 14 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 29 

1918. 
July 1 

1918. 
Mch. 22, 

1918. 
Aug. 3, 

1918. 
Jan. 2 

1918. 
Nov. 27, 

1917 



June 27, 

1918. 
Sept. 5, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
June 15, 

1918. 

Apr. 11, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
Dec. 4, 

1917. 
Nov. 9, 

1918. 
Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
July 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 9, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 29, 

1918. 
July 13, 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 10, 

1918. 
Aug. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
June 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Aug. 26, 

1918. 
June 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
July 9, 

1918. 
Mch. 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
July 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1918. 
Jan. 4, 

1918. 
Dec. 6, 

1917. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Orgayiizaiioyi, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



1 

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> £ 

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$10,000 


$100 


100 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


10 


1,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


100 


250 


15,000 


100 


150 


50,000 


100 


500 


20,000 


100 


200 


25,000 

250,000 

4,500 


2 10 

s 10 

2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 500 
3 2,000 
2 2,000 

3 500 

45 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


25,000 
7,500 


2 100 

MOO 
100 


2 100 

3 150 

75 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 
5,000 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 20 

3 30 
500 


4,000 


100 


40 


50,000 


50 


1,000 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


300,000 
10,000 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 1,000 

3 2,000 
1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


60 


60 


50,000 


100 


500 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


3,000 


100 


30 


25,000 


100 


250 


8,000 


100 


80 


150,000 

800,000 

2,500 


2 100 

3 100 

2 100 

3 100 

50 


2 1,000 
3500 

2 2,000 

3 6,000 

50 



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Back Bay Taxi Co., . 

Baldridge Gear Company, . 

Balkan Shoe Company, 

Ballard Oil Burning Equipment 

Company. 
Ballou Coal Company, 

Baiter Shoe Company Ino.,i 

Bangs Fixture Co 

Banker & Tradesman Press, In- 
corporated, The. 

Bankers and Traders Investment 
Company. 

Bankers Guaranty Corporation, . 

Banks & Bradstreet, Incorporated, 
Bamett Argentine Company, The, 

Barr-Wight Co., Inc., 

Barrett Clothing Co., 

Barron Furniture Company, The, 

Barrows-Swift Printing Company, 

Bates & Ellsworth Co., Inc., 

Bay Path Printing Company, 

Bay State Bag and Burlap Com- 
pany. 

Bay State Color & Chemical Com- 
pany. 

Bay State Glove Company, 

Bay State Grocery Company, 

Bay State Hide and Leather Com- 
pany. 
Bay State Hospital, Incorporated, 

Bay State Naval Uniform Manu- 
facturing Company, The. 

Bay State Seal and Manufacturing 
Company. 

Bay State Spinning Company, . 

Bay State Yarn Company, . 

Bay View Amusement Company, 

Bazaar Company, The, 

Beach Mfg. Co., 

Beacon Chocolate Company, 

Beacon Hill Dry Goods Company, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Reading, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Peabody, 

Boston, Mass., and 
Buenos Aires, Ar- 
gentine Republic. 

Boston, Mass., and 
Bangor, Me. 

Haverhill, 

Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Chelsea, 
Boston, . 
Woburn, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Revere, . 
Clinton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



300 

1,500 

15,000 

■ 10,000 

5,000 

50,000 

20,000 

330 

3 400 

4,500 

400 

3300 

7,500 

20,000 

2 2,000 

3 3,000 
5,000 

4,000 

3,000 

100,000 

6,000 

2 50,000 

8 150,000 

30 

10,000 
3,000 

50,000 

100,000 

3,000 

25,000 
8,000 

2 75,000 

3 10,000 
2 125,000 



May 14, 

1918. 
May 10 

1918. 
July 3 

1918. 
Oct. 22 

1918. 
July 10. 

1918. 
Dec. 13 

1917. 
Apr. 17, 

1918 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Dec. 11 

1917. 
Aug. 27 

1918. 
Dec. 15 
• 1917. 
July 10, 

1918 

June 26, 

1918. 
Dec. 3 

1917. 
Oct. 4 

1918. 
Dec. 7 

1917. 
Aug. 23, 

1918. 
June 17 

1918. 
June 29 

1918. 
Apr. 4 

1918. 
Apr. 15 

1918. 
Feb. 1 
• 1918. 
Aug. 

1918. 
July 23, 

1918. 
June 22 

1918. 
Oct. 16 

1918. 
Jime 24 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Nov. 4 

1918. 
July 30 

1918. 
May 2 

1918. 
Apr. 13, 

1918 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 











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Beacon Hill Hotel Co., 

Beacon Hotel Corporation, The, 

Beacon Nurses Home Incorpo- 
rated, The. 
Beacon Realty Compan.v,i . 

Bell & Nelson, Inc.,^ . 

Bell Tire Co., . 

Bellevue Real Estate and Con 

struction Company.' 
Behnont Dairy Lunch, Inc., 

Belmont Farms Company, . 

Belmont Street Garage Company, 
The. 

Bence Motor Transportation Com- 
pany. 

Bencks Bros. Inc., 

Berkowitz & Raphel, Inc., . 

Berkshire Cone Company, Incor- 
porated. 
Berkshire Remnant Company, 

Bermann & Dressier, Inc., . 

Bernard F. Smith, Inc., 

Berry, Inc 

Berstein & Press Company, Inc., . 

Beverly Supply Company, . 

Beverly Tool & Machine Co., 

Bianco-Parenti Company,* . 

Bigheart Producing and Refining 

Company. 
Billings & Johnson Incorporated, . 

Blackinton Company, 

Black's Fur Shop Inc., 

Blackstone Woolen Mills, . 

Bloom Wool Stock Company, Inc. 

of Boston. 
Bloomfield Shoe Co., . 

Blue Flame Safety Heating Co., . 

Bon Ton Specialty Shop, Inc., The, 

Booth-Langmaid Co., The., 

Boston and Penobscot Ship-build- 
ing Company, The. 
Boston Art Fihn Studios, Inc., . 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Belmont, 
Belmont, 
Newton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Pittsfield, 
Boston, . 
Providence, R 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Beverly, 
Boston, . 



, Me. 



Boston, Mass. 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Boston, Mass. 

Camden, " 
North Adams 

Lawrence, 

Boston,, . 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Gardner, 

Boston, . 



Boston, Mass 
Bangor, Me 
Boston, . 



and 



$20,000 
50,000 
10.000 
50,000 
20,000 
10,000 
90,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
25,000 

5,000 
10,000 

5,000 
15,000 
10,000 
20,000 
95,000 
10,000 
10,000 
24,000 

5,000 
2,500,000 
15,000 
850,000 
10,000 
50,000 
15,000 
25,000 
50,000 
15,000 
50,000 
75,000 
100,000 



$100 


200 


10 


5,000 


100 


100 


100 


500 


10 


2,000 


100 


100 


2 100 

3 100 

5 


2 400 

3 500 
2,000 


100 


250 


10 


1,000 


100 


250 


10 


500 


100 


100 


100 


50 


100 


150 


2 100 

3 100 
2 100 

MOO 

2 100 

3 100 

100 


28 

3 92 

2 100 

3 100 

2 500 

3 450 
100 


50 


200 


2 10 

MO 
100 


2 800 

3 1,600 

50 


10 


250,000 


100 


150 


2 100 

3 100 

10 


2 3,500 

3 5,000 
1,000 


100 


500 


100 


150 


100 


250 


10 


5,000 


100 


150 


100 


500 


2 100 

3 100 

2 25 

3 25 


2 250 

3 500 

2 2,500 

3 1,500 



SI, 000 
50,000 
10,000 
300 
20,000 
10,000 

2 20,000 

3 50,000 

5,000 

2,000 
2,000 
3,000 
5,000 
3,600 
1,000 
15,000 

2 800 
3 4,300 
2 4,500 

3 10,000 

2 50,000 

3 45,000 

3,000 

2,000 

2 2,400 

3 600 
1,000 

2,500,000 

13,200 

2 350,000 

3 500,000 

5,120 

50,000 
15,000 
12,500 
40 
5,000 
50,000 

2 25,000 

3 50,000 
3 20,000 



June 12 

1918. 
July 12 

1918. 
Apr. 12 

1918. 
Apr. 11 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 23 

1918. 
Nov. 2 

1918. 
Apr. 5 

1918. 
Apr. 2 

1918. 
Jan. 9 

1918. 
Nov. 12 

1918. 
June 12 

1918. 
Nov. 14 

1918. 
Aug. 26 

1918. 
Apr. 27 

1918. 
Sept. 13 

1918. 
Apr. 26 

1918. 
Mch. 2 

1918. 
Aug. 17 

1918. 
Mch. 1 

1918. 
Mch. 9, 

1918. 
July 23 

1918. 
Aug. 16 

1918. 
July 8 

1918. 
June 24 

1918. 
Apr. 30 

1918. 
Mch. 13 

1918. 
July 26 

1918. 
Nov. 15 

1918. 
July 19 

1918. 
Apr. 23 

1918. 
Nov. 1 

1918. 
June 27 

1918. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 

* Corporation chartered for twenty years. 



10 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Boston Automobile Parking Co 

Inc. 
Boston Beverage Company, , 

Boston Box Company, Inc., 

Boston Cap Company, 

Boston Color and Chemical Co., 

Boston Credit Protective Associa- 
tion, Inc. 

Boston Crushed Stone Company, 
The. 

Boston Electric Welding Company, 

Boston Herring Importers, Incor- 
porated. 

Boston Hotel and Apartment 
House Trust, Inc.^ 

Boston Hygienic Corset Co., The, 

Boston Importing Company, 
Boston Iron & Metal Co., . 

Boston Mercantile and Collection 
Agency, Inc. 

Boston Merchandise Exchange, 
Inc. 

Boston Metal Works, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Boston Motion Picture Exposition 
Company. 

Boston Motor Cab Company, 

Boston Record Company, . 
Boston Rehable Petticoat Co., 
Boston Sales Company, 
Boston Selling Co., 
Boston Supply Company Inc., 
Boston-Texas Oil Company, 
Boston Trawling Co., 
Boston Wool Sales Company, 
Boston Wool Stock Company, 

Boulder Grange Live Stock Com- 
pany. 

Boulevard Development Com- 
pany.' 

Bowers Manufacturing Co., 

Bowles Lunch, Inc., . 
Box Board Products Co., . 
Boyce-Mclntyre Inc., 
Boyden & Steacie, Inc., 



Boston, . 

Ayer, , 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Revere, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Brownwood 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Becket, . 

Revere, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



, and 
Tex. 



$1,000 

15,000 

25,000 

3,000 

90,000 

50,000 

10,000 

50,000 

25,000 

25,000 

30,000 

25,000 

10,000 

10,000 

50,000 

7,500 

1,000 

25,000 

100,000 

■ 30,000 

7,500 

5,000 

15,000 

50,000 

500,000 

100,000 

20,000 

90,000 

10,000 

50,000 

2,000,000 

50,000 

25,000 

5,000 



100 
100 
50 

uoo 

2 100 

100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

50 

100 

100 

100 

10 

100 

50 

10 

10 

10 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 
100 

uo 

2 10 

50 

100 

1100 

2 100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 

uoo 

2 10 



200 

150 

250 

60 

UOO 

2 800 

500 

100 

500 

150 

2 200 
500 

300 

250 

100 

1,000 

500 

150 

100 

2,500 

10,000 

300 

75 

50 

150 

500 

* 3,500 

2 1,500 

1,000 

200 

1 5,000 

2 4,000 

200 

500 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

1200 

2300 

250 

140 

2 100 



$1,000 

15,000 

9,000 

3,000 

1 10,000 

2 80,000 

1,200 

300 

27,000 

UOO 

2 200 

25,000 

30,000 

5,000 

10,000 

300 

21,000 

7,500 

500 

30 

100,000 

30,000 

7,500 

5,000 

15,000 

50,000 

« 115,000 

2 50,500 

10,000 

20,000 

2 1,000 

10,000 

300 

1300 

1 2,500 

2 10,000 

2,100 

1 4,000 

2 1,000 



May 21 

1918. 
Oct. 31 

1918. 
July 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 20, 

1918. 
June 22, 

1918. 
Nov. 13 

1917. 
Apr. 13 

1918. 
Sept. 18, 

1918 
Oct. 

1918 
Aug. 26, 

1918. 
Nov. 15 

1918. 
Sept. 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 17. 

191S, 
Aug. 

1918 
Feb. i 

1918 
June 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
July 

1918 
July 

1918, 
May 

1918. 
Jan 

1918, 
July 

1918, 
Mch. 5 

1918, 
Feb. 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Aug. 

1918 
Mch. ] 

1918 
May 27, 

1918 
Mch. 26, 

1918. 
Dec. 12 

1917. 
July 19, 

1918. 
Dec. 29 

1917. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
* First preferred. 



^ Corporation chartered for thirty-five years. 



1918. 



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Boynton Appliance Company, 


Boston, . 


$30,000 


$10 


3,000 


$30,000 


Sept. 19, 
1918. 


Oct. 7, 
1918. 


Bresnahan and Kelleher, Inc., 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


65,400 


Dec. 17, 
1917. 


Dec. 18, 
1917. 


Bridgewater Transportation Com- 


Bridgewater, . . 


10,000 


25 


400 


1,000 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 28, 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


Briggs Systems Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


July 29, 
1918. 


Aug. 1, 
1918. 


Bristol County Creamery, Incor- 


Somerville, Mass., 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


Nov. 2, 


Nov. 4, 


porated, The. 


and Morristown, 
Vt. 
Boston, Mass., and 










1918. 


1918. 


Bristol Macaroni Company, 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Apr. 17, 


Apr. 17, 




Bristol, R. I. 










1918. 


1918. 


Broadway Garage Inc. of South 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


May 29, 


June 3, 


Boston. 












1918. 


1918. 


Brockton Family Shoe Store, Inc., 


Boston, . . . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 9, 
1918. 


July 10, 
1918. 


Brockton Garment Manufacturing 


Brockton, 


50,000 


100 


500 


300 


Aug. 27, 


Aug. 27, 


Company. 












1918. 


1918. 


Brockton Overland Company, The, 


Brockton, 


10,000 


50 


200 


6,000 


Jan. 25, 
1918. 


Feb. 2, 
1918. 


Brophy Manufacturing Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


Jan. 25, 
1918. 


Jan. 30, 
1918. 


Brown & Crowell, Inc., 


Quincy, 


25,000 


100 


250 


20,300 


Feb. 13, 
1918. 


Feb. 25, 
1918. 


"Brown Grain Company, 


Concord, 


75,000 


125 


I960 


«125 


Dec. 6, 


Dec. 6, 








2 25 


2 400 




1917. 


1917. 








S25 


MOO 














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Brown Shoe Company, 


Springfield, Mass., 
and Meriden, Conn 


12,000 


100 


120 


12,000 


Aug. 8, 
1918. 


Aug. 10, 
1918. 


Buckman Leather Company, 


Woburn, 


50,000 


5 100 


6 250 


6 25,000 


Nov. 25, 


Nov. 26, 










UOO 


4 250 


^ 25,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Buckmans Shoe Store, Inc., 


Woburn, 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Mch. 22, 
1918. 


Mch. 25, 
1918. 


Buckner Process Company, The, 


Worcester, 




20,000 


100 


200 


4,000 


Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Feb. 2, 
1918. 


Bucynis Eastern Sales Company, 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


May 17, 
1918. 


June 4, 
1918. 


Building Association Ideal Inc., 


Worcester, 




50,000 


5 


10,000 


1,000 


May 8, 


June 10, 


The. 














1918. 


1918. 


Bunch-A-Loo Costumes Inc., The, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Mch. 30, 
1918. 


Apr. 2, 
1918. 


Burke Taxi and Cab Company, . 


Boston, . 




2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Aug. 7, 
1918. 


Sept. 6, 
1918. 


Burton Ethnological Society, In- 


Boston, . 




1,000 


5 


200 


500 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 25, 


corporated, The. 














1918. 


1918. 


Buzzards Bay Grain Company, . 


Bourne, 




40,000 


25 


1,600 


1,000 


Nov. 12, 
1917. 


Dec. 4, 

1917. 


Buzzell's Sanitary Pop Corn 


Greenfield, 




10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 31, 


Works, Inc.* 














1918. 


1918. 


C & C Shoe Company, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


8,000 


Sept. 11, 
1917. 


Dec. 27, 
1917. 


C. & H. Co., The,6 . 


Ayer, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


20,000 


June 11, 
1918. 


June 18, 
1918. 


C. & P. Electric Works (inc. ), . 


Springfield, 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


June 27, 
1918. 


July 5, 
1918. 


C. E. Giles Co.,6 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Feb. 7, 
1918. 


C. E. Hall & Sons, Inc., . 


Revere, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


300 


Dec. 28, 
1917. 


Dec. 29, 
1917. 


C. E. Cunningham & Son Co., . 


Lynn, . 




15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 30, 


C. H. Dwinell Hardware Co., 


Waltham, 




15,000 


10 


1,500 


7,500 


1918. 
Feb. 19, 


1918. 
Mch. 4, 


C. H. Greenleaf Company, . 


Boston, . 




100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


1918. 
June 20, 


1918. 
June 22, 














1918. 


1918. 



' Prior preference. 
2 General preferred. 



8 Special preferred. 
i Common. 



^ Preferred. 

6 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



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C J. Bailey Company, 


Boston, . 


$50,000 


$100 


500 


$35,000 


Nov. 6, 
1918. 


Nov. 7, 
1918. 


Cabel Upholstering Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


3,000 


Feb. 13, 
1918. 


Feb. 19, 
1918. 


Callahan & Holmes, Incorporated, 


Great Barrington, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


July 30, 
1918. 


Aug. 2, 
1918. 


■Calvin Putnam Lumber Co., 


Danvers, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Mch. 29, 
1918. 


Mch. 29, 
1918. 


Calypto Company, Incorporated, 


Springfield, Mass., 


25,000 


125 


1200 


2 10,150 


Oct. 25, 


Nov. 20, 


The. 


and New York, 
N.Y. 
Somerville, 




2 25 


2 800 




1918. 


1918. 


■Cambridge Color and Chemical 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


50,000 


Mch. 22, 


Apr. 27, 


Company. 












1918. 


1918. 


■Cambridge Lunch Co., 


Cambridge, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Apr. 3, 
1918. 


Apr. 12, 
1918. 


Cambridge Reversible Life Float 


Boston, . 


50,000 


. 100 


500 


500 


May 20, 


May 23, 


Inc. 












1918. 


1918. 


Cambridge Sand and Gravel Com- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


» 110 


1 1,500 


1 15,000 


Nov. 8, 


Nov. 16, 


pany. 






2 10 


2 3,500 


2 35,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Cambridge Strand Compaii' , 


Boston, . 


1,000 


100 


10 


300 


July 24, 
1918. 


July 25, 
1918. 


Campbell & Pinsent Hardware 


Lynn, . 


9,000 


100 


90 


9,000 


Aug. 24, 


Aug. 26, 


Company. 












1918. 


1918. 


Canyjello Automobile Company, 


Brockton, 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


30,000 


Nov. 28, 

1917. 
June 25, 


Dec. 1, 

1917. 
July 5, 


Cape Ann Otter-Trawler Com- 


Gloucester, . 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


250,000 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


Cape Cod Sand & Cement Co., . 


New Bedford, 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


June 10, 
1918. 


June 11, 
1918. 


■Capitol Interstate Express Com- 


Peabody, 


5,000 


100 


50 


1,200 


Nov. 19, 


Nov. 22, 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


Capitol Laundry Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


300 


Jan. 2, 
1918. 


Jan. 3, 
1918. 


Capitol Oil Company, 


Salem, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Apr. 24, 
1918. 


May 1, 
1918. 


Caravoulias/ Shoe Manufacturing 


Lynn, . 


15,000 


10 


1,500 


15,000 


July 3, 


July 18, 


Company. 












1918. 


1918. 


'Carbon Products Corporation, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


15 


1 5,000 


1 25,000 


Oct. 30, 


Nov. 1, 








25 


2 15,000 


2 75,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Carbone, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


300 


Apr. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 26, 


Apr. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 27, 


'Carey, Shackford Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 


7,000 


100 


70 


7,000 




Jamaica, Vt. 










1918. 


1918. 


Carling Turbine Blower Company, 


Worcester, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Oct. 11, 

1918. 
Jan. 10, 


Oct. 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 11, 


Carlson and Jacobson Company, 


Worcester, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 














1918. 


1918. 


Carman Specialty Shoe Shops, Inc., 


Boston, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


300 


Dec. 18, 

1917. 


Dec. 19, 
1917. 


Carpenter's Men's Store, Inc., 


Framingham, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


May 9, 
1918? 


May 13, 
1918. 


Casler's, Incorporated, 


Boston, . 


2,000 


100 


20 


2,000 


Mch. 14, 
1918. 


Mch. 15, 
1918. 


Central Engraving Co., 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Feb. 15, 
1918. 


Mch. 1, 
1918. 


Central Shoe Repairing Co., 


Norwood, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Sept. 16, 
1918. 


Oct. 1, 
1918. 


Centrifugal Gun Corporation, 


Boston, . 


1,000,000 


10 


100,000 


1,000,000 


Feb. 21, 
1918. 


Feb. 26, 
1918. 


Century Upholstering Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


June 13, 
1918. 


June 18, 
1918. 


Chair-Town Mfg. Company, The, 


Gardner, 


25,000 


1100 


1100 


2 6,000 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 14, 








2 100 


2 150 




1918. 


1918. 


Chalifous Company, The, . 


Lowell, . 


300,000 


125 


1 6,000 


1 150,000 


July 13, 


July 24, 








2 100 


2 1,500 


2 150,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Channing Sanitarium, Inc., 


Wellesley, 


275,000 


1100 


1 2,000 


2300 


Nov. 7, 


Nov. 8, 








2 100 


2750 




1918. 


1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



13 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



.3 M 
U4 o 



.2 1-3-^ 



S..9. 



Chaplain's, Inc., 

Charles A. Hanley Co., 

Charles A. Reisig & Co. Inc., 

Charles Bengle Company, . 

Chas. G. Clapp Company,i 

Charles H. Hodgate Company, . 

Charles KroU Co., The, . . . 

Charles Lerner Company, . 

Charles O'Neil and Company, In- 
corporated. 
Chas. R. Gow Company, . 

Charles River Realty Co.,* . 

Chemical Process Company, 

Cheshire Pottery Co., 

Chester Hospital, Inc., The, 

Chichester Lumber Company, 

Chicopee Falls Stock Company, . 

Chung Hua Trading Company, 

Ltd., The. 
City Liunber Company, 

Clapp Stable & Garage Company, 

The. 
Clough-Angell Machine Company, 

Coastwise Ship Engineering Cor- 
poration. 

Cobb Control Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Coca Cola Bottling Company of 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

Coe-Stapley Manufacturing Cor- 
poration. 

Cohart Shoe Co., 

Cohen-Newton Company, . _ . 
Collins Drug Store, Inc., 
Collis Leather Co. of Boston, The, 
Colonial Cloak & Suit Company, 
Colonial Company, The, 
Colonial Mills Company, Inc., 
Columbia Grocery Company, 
Columbia Investment Co.,' 
Comfort Shoe Co., 



Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Brockton, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 

Keene, N. H 

Cambridge 

Boston, . 

Chicopee, 



Worcester, Mass., 

and Pittsburgh, Pa, 

Boston, . 



Lowell, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Pittsfield, 



Boston, Mass 
Bridgeport, 
Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Milford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N 
Pea body, 

Plymouth, 

Boston, . 



and 



and 
Conn. 



$40,000 
50,000 
10,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
2,500 
10,000 

100,000 
10,000 
, 10,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
50,000 

•25,000 

5,000 

20,000 

225,000 

50,000 

20,000 
700,000 

40,000 
5,000 
5,000 
1,000 
3,000 

75,000 

10,000 
5,000 

10,000 
9,000 



$100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

MOO 

3 100 

10 

25 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

25 

2 50 
S50 
100 

50 

100 

2 10 

35 
100 

100 

2 100 

siOO 
100 

100 
10 

100 
10 

2 10 

uoo 

100 
100 
100 
100 



400 
500 
100 
100 
250 
100 

2.100 

8 400 
1,000 

100 

100 

1,000 

100 

100 

100 

500 

400 

2300 

3700 

250 

100 

200 

2 15,000 

3 15,000 

500 

200 



$40,000 
50,000 
300 
10,000 
16,700 
10,000 

2 10,000 

3 40,000 
10,000 

2,500 

10,000 

300 

10,000 

5,000 
10,000 
50,000 

5,000 

2300 
3 7,500 
25,000 

5,000 

5,000 

2 150,000 

3 75,000 

50,000 

20,000 



2 3,500 

3 3,500 

400 


2 350,000 

3 350,000 

40,000 


50 


2,500 


500 


5,000 


10 


1,000 


300 


1,000 


2 2,500 

3500 

100 


3 50,000 
5,000 


50 


5,000 


100 


10,000 


90 


9,000 



June 3, 

1918. 
Sept. 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
May 27, 

1918. 
Dec. 19, 

1917. 
Oct. 31, 

1918. 
Aug. 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 4, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
Nov. 23, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
Dec. 8, 

1917. 
Aug. 31, 

1918. 
Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Dec. 8, 

1917. 
Feb. 13, 

1918. 
Apr. 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
Aug. 7, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
Oct. 10, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
June 7, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
Sept. 6, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
Sept. 26, 

1918. 

June 11, 

1918. 



June 4, 

1918. 
Sept. 21, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
June 3, 

1918. 
Dec. 20, 

1917. 
Nov. 1, 

1918. 
Aug. 6, 

1918. 
Feb. 8, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
Jan. 26,. 

1918. 
Nov. 25,. 

1918. 
Julv 3, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
July 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 10, 

1917. 
Sept. 12, 

1918. 
Jan. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 10, 

1917. 
Feb. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
Oct. 10, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
June 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 
Sept. 7, 

1918. 
July 8, 

1918. 
Oct. 3, 

1918. 
June 18, 

1918. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
2 Preferred. 



' Common. 
* Corporation chartered for forty-nine years. 



14 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



"3 
O 




CS 

d 


$5,000 


$100 


50 


2,000,000 
20,000 


150 
2 50 
100 


1 20,000 

2 20,000 

200 


1,000 


10 


100 


30,000 


100 


300 


200,000 
5,000 


uo 

2 10 

100 


> 15,000 

2 5,000 

50 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


18,000 


100 


180 


5,000 


50 


100 


20,000 


■100 


200 


4,000 


100 


40 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


100 


100 


20,000 


50 


400 


50,000 

1,000,000 

75,000 


8 100 

MOO 
150 
2 50 
100 


«250 
«250 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

750 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


UO 

2 10 


1 1,500 
2 1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


1,000 


100 


10 


25,000 


5 


5,000 


5,100 


100 


51 


50,000 


100 


500 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


35,000 


10 


2,500 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


30,000 


100 


300 


40,000 


100 


400 


5,000 


100 


50 



■Sh5-S 






Commercial Building Investment 

Company, The. 
Commercial Finance Corporation, 

Commonwealth Car Company, 
Boston. 

Commonwealth Finance Corpora- 
tion. 

Commonwealth Glove Company, 

Community Ranch, Inc., . 

Conant's Lunch Inc., 

Congresa Leather Company, 

Conley Stain and Blacking Co., 

Inc. 
Connecticut Public Market, Inc., 

Conroy Motor Company, . 

Consolidated Electric Company, . 

Consolidated Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Consumers Chemical & Dye Com- 
pany. 

Cohsumers' Ice Company of 
Gloucester. 

Continental Leather Company, . 

Continental Products Corporation, 

Continental Sugar Products Com- 
pany of New Haven, Connecti- 
cut. 

Continental Sugar Products Com- 
pany of Portland, Maine. 

Contoocook Valley Farm, Incor- 
porated. 

Conway Company, . 

Co-operative Trading Co., Inc., 

Corby Company, The, 

Cornhill Company, The, 

Corrigan and Hoag Construction 

Co. 
Cosmopolitan Realty Company .^ 

Cottage Park Hotel Corporation, 

Cottrell Restaurant Company, 

Cotuit Transportation Co., 

Couch Turbine Mixer Company, 

Inc. 
Court Square Theatre, Inc., 

Cox Manufacturing Company, 

Crawford Garage & Taxi Service, 
Inc. 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Winchester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Worcester, 
Taunton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Gloucester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 



Cambridge, Mass. 

and Hillsborough 

N. H. 
Boston, . 



Quincy, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cotuit, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Newton, 



$5,000 

2 200 
20,000 

1,000 
30,000 

2 300 

300 

100,000 

18,000 

5,000 
20,000 

4,000 
50,000 

5,000 

6,550 

' 25,000 
« 25,000 
2 50,000 

75,000 

50,000 

1 15,000 
2 10,000 

10,000 

1,400 

1,000 

25,000 

5,100 

25,000 

100,000 

25,000 

10,000 

50,000 

30,000 

7,500 

5,000 



Sept. 26, 

1918 
Dec. 20, 

1917 
May 25 

1918. 
Feb. 

1918. 
Aug. 14 

1918. 
Jan. 

1918. 
Nov. 15 

1918 
Feb. 

1918, 
Jan. 12 

1918. 
June 

1918 
Oct. 17, 

1918 
Mch. 25 

1918 
Feb. 23 

1918 
Nov. 26, 

1918 
Feb. 25, 

1918 
May 

1918 
Jan. 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 

1918 

Mch. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918. 



Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Apr. 2, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Dec. 26, 

1917. 
Aug. 10, 

1918. 
Oct. 25, 

1918. 
Jan. 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 19, 

1918. 
Oct. 19, 

1918. 
Aug. 2, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
June 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 



i Preferred. 
2 Common. 



' Common, Class -A. 
4 Common, Class B. 



^ Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



15 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



0.0)0 

0-2 g'3 



Crescent Auto Supply Company, . 
Crescent Ice Company, 
Crescent Shoe Company, . 
Grouse Lunch Company, 
Cuddy Amusement Co., Inc., 
Cummings Express Co., 
Cummings Manufacturing Co., . 
Custom House Tire Co., 

Cut Price Tire Co 

D. & C. Producing Company, 
D. R. McKillop & Co. Inc., 

Daggett Reduction and Milling 
Company. 

Dane-Horlick Company, Incor- 
porated. 

Daniel Carr Co., 

Daniel Glover & Son Inc., 

Davis Warehouse Company, 

Daymor Lumber Co.,i 

De Lue & Company, Inc., 

Dean Brothers, Inc., . 

Deane Machine Company, 

Deering Corset Company, 

Dr. C. W. King, Inc., 

Dr. J. A. King, Inc., . 

Dr. P. D. Estabrook, Inc., 

Dr. T. J. King — Clarence W. 

King, D.D.S., Inc. 
Domestic Mills Company, . 

Dorchester and Quincy Parcel 
Company. 

Dorchester Trust Building Cor- 
poration.! 

Doretnus & Co., Inc., 

Dorman-Huxford Company, 
Dorr & Barnwell, Inc., 
Dreayer Bros. Inc., . 
Drew and Company Inc., . 
Dimbar-Hoag Motor Company, 



Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Quincy, . 

Reading, 

Boston, Mass, 

Barnstead, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Daggett, Cal 
Boston, . 

Brookline, 

Salem, . 

Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Taunton, 

Fitchburg, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lowell, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 



and 



$25,000 

5,000 

10,000 

6,000 

5,000 

5,000 

150,000 

5,000 

5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

50,000 

25,000 

7,500 

100,000 

5,000 

50,000 

50,000 

10,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1,000 

1,000 

5.000 

1,000 

25,000 

5,000 

10,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 



$100 
100 

10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

10 
100 
5 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

2 10 

3 10 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 

2 100 

MOO 
100 

100 

100 

100 



250 

50 

1,000 

60 

50 

50 

1,500 

50 

50 

5,000 

100 

10,000 

250 

75 

1,000 

50 

500 

2 2,000 

3 3,000 

100 

500 

500 

10 

10 

100 

10 

250 

100 

100 

500 

2 200 

3 300 

10 

250 
500 
500 



$4,000 

5,000 

10,000 

300 

400 

5,000 

150,000 

1,000 

1,000 

33,000 

1,200 

50,000 

6,000 

300 

65,000 

5,000 

25,300 

3 30,000 

10,000 

12,000 

12,000 

1,000 

900 

5,000 

1,000 

25,000 

4,500 

300 

25,000 

s 30,000 

1,000 

15,000 

25,500 

40,000 



June 17 

1918. 
Apr. 30, 

1918 
Dec. 17, 

1917 
Dec. 29, 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Nov. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 6, 

1918. 
Aug. 7 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918 
July 22, 

1918. 
Feb. 25 

1918. 
Sept. 

1918. 
Feb. 14 

1918. 
Apr. 10 

1918. 
May 24, 

1918 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
May 4 

1918. 
Deo. 27 

1917. 
Dec. 6 

1917. 
Nov. 20, 

1917. 
Apr. 5 

1918. 
Apr. 5 

1918. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Apr. 5 

1918. 
May 1 

1918. 
Feb. 20 

1918. 
Nov. 20 

1918. 
Apr. 15 

1918. 
Aug. 1 

1918. 
Mch. 25 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 29 

1917. 



! Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



s Common. 



16 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



.... 




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Dunbar-Laporte Motor Company, 

Dunker & Perkins Company, 

Durable Machine Tool Company 

Inc. 
Duval County Traction Company, 

Duxbury Fish Company, . 

Dynamo Garage, Incorporated, . 

E. A. Robart & Sons, Inc.,s 

E. C.Preble Co 

E. D. Ward Company, 

E. Forman & Co. Inc., 

E. Hermann Company, 

E. J. Davis & Son Company, 

E. K. T. Company, . 

E. N. Fuller Electric Company, . 

E. R. Whitman Company, The, . 

E. S. Farnsworth, Inc., 

E. S. Stacy Machine Co., The, . 

E. T. Ryan Iron Works, Inc., . . 

Eager Transportation Co., . 

Eagle Confectionery Co., . 

Eagles & Rodney Co., 

E^t Boston Garage Inc., . 

East Harbor Fertilizer Company, 

Eastern Nurseries Incorporated, . 

Eastern Poultry and Egg Com- 
pany. 

Eastern Power and Heating Cor- 
poration. 

Eastern Specialty Manufacturing 
Co. 

Eastern States Farmers' Exchange, 

Eastern Upholstering Company, . 

Eastgate Flour and Products Com- 
pany. 

Easthampton Co-operative Milk 
Association. 

Easthampton News Company, 

Economy Converting Co., . 
Economy Manufacturing Co., 



Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
Jacksonville, 
Duxbury, 

Springfield, 

Brookline, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Arlington, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

HoUiston, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Easthampton, 

Easthampton, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 



Fla. 



$50,000 

250,000 

5,000 

100,000 

2,500 

10,000 

50,000 

40,000 

75,000 

15,000 

10,000 

30,000 

50,000 

5,000 

15,000 

1,000 

60,000 

10,000 

25,000 

25,000 

5,000 

6,000 

95,000 

25,000 

25,000 

10,000 

20,000 

4 _ 

5,000 
25,000 
18,000 
25,000 
10,000 
50,000 



$100 

UOO 

2 100 

100 

100 

60 

100 

100 

110 

2 10 

100 
25 
100 
100 
110 

2 10 

100 

25 

10 

100 

100 

100 

10 

50 

100 

1100 

2 10 

100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
100 

25 
100 
100 

10 



1 1,250 

2 1,250 

50 

1,000 

50 

100 

500 

1 2,000 

2 2,000 

750 

600 
100 
300 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 

50 

600 

100 

600 

100 

250 

2,500 

100 

60 

1500 

2 4,500 

250 

250 

100 

200 

i _ 

50 
. 250 
720 
250 
100 
5,000 



$40,000 

1 125,000 

2 125,000 

5,000 

500 

1,000 

10,000 

50,000 

1 20,000 

2 20,000 
75,000 

15,000 

10,000 

30,000 

2 30 

3,000 
12,000 

1,000 
60,000 

3,700 
25,000 
10,000 

3,000 

6,000 

1 50,000 

2 45,000 
25,000 

25,000 

10,000 

20,000 

4 _ 

3,500 
1,000 
10,000 
16,000 
6,400 
50,000 



Dec. 29, 

1917. 
Apr. 26, 

1918, 
Oct. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
June 24, 

1918. 
Oct. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
July 24, 

1918. 
July 9, 

1918. 
Julv 9, 

1918. 
May 10, 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
July 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
Oct. 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 7, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
Mch. 7, 

1918. 
Nov. 11, 

1918. 
Feb. 9, 

1918. 
Nov. 28, 

1917. 

Apr. 12, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



8 Corporation chartered for fifty years from Apr. 2, 1918. 

* Organized without capital stock under provisions of chapter 224, General Acts of 1917. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



17 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATIO'N. 



Where Located. 



1 

o 

-a 

li 


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P-i 


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6 

2; 


$25,000 


SlOO 


250 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


2,500,000 


1100 
= 100 


I 20,000 
2 5,000 


50,000 
75,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 250 

750 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


25,000 


100 


250 


200,000 
10,000 


uoo 

2 100 

50 


1 1,000 

2 1,000 

200 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


100 


250 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


3,000 


100 


30 


10,000 


100 


100 


21,500 
10,000 


110 

2 10 

10 


1650 

2 1,500 

1,000 


20,000 


100 


200 


15,000 


100 


150 


750,000 


100 


7,500 


25,000 
10,000 


no 

2 10 

100 


1 1,250 

2 1,250 

100 


5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


100 


50 


200,000 
5,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1500 

2 1,500 

50 


5,000 


100 


50 






Economy Public Market Inc., 
Edgar Levinstein Company, 
Edgar T. Ward's Sons Co., 

Edmond A. Fordyce & Co., Inc., 

Edson Fire Proofing Company, 

Edward Rose Company, 

Edwin A. Benchley Incorporated, 

Efdee Insole Company, 

Effingham Produce Company, 

Incorporated. 
Eldridge and White Company, 

Electric Shop, Inc., The, 

Electric Welding Company of Bos- 
ton, Inc., The. 
Eliot Consolidated Company, 

Elm Amusement Company, 

Ehn Realty Company,' 

Ehn Spring Farm Co., 

Elson Shoe and Leather Company, 

Elwood Adams, Inc., . 

Embee Machine Company, 

Emerson Auto Service Company 

Emery, Howard & Company, In- 
corporated. 
Empire Amusement Company, 

Empire and Tuileries Company, 

Empire Biscuit Company, . 

Enfield Bobbin Company, . 

English & O'Brien, Inc., 

Engstrom Pharmacy, Incorpo- 
rated. 

Ernest J. Goulston Advertising 
Agency Im . 

Essex Heating and Engineering 
Company, The. 

Essex Ice Cream Co., 

Esta Company, The, . 
Estabrook Wood Heel Co., . 
Eugene J. Murphy Company, 



Brockton, 
Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
York, N. Y.. 
adelphia. Pa, 
Chicago, 111 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, Mass^ 

Effingham, 
Oak Bluffs, 

Attleboro, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Plymouth, 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Boston, Mass 
Enfield, N. 
Boston, . 

Pittsfieid, 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Fitchburg, 



111. 



New 
Phil- 
, and 



and 



H. 



$5,000 

300 

2 1,000 

2 300 

75,000 

100,000 

150,000 

25,000 

8,800 

5,000 

7,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

200 

200 
21,000 
10,000 

a5,ooo 

250,000 
3,000 

2 300 

5,000 

5,000 

15,000 

750,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

3,000 

2,000 

5,000 

1 50,000 

2 150,000 

5,000 



July 1 
1918, 

Dec. 27 
1917 

Dec. 10 
1917 



Nov. 14 

1918, 
July 

1918, 
Sept. 29, 

1917 
Dec. 27 

1917 
Feb. 12 

1918, 
Sept. 11 

1918 
June 

1918, 
June 

1918 
Sept. 13 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Oct. 29 

1918 
Nov. 15, 

1918 
Mch. 21 

1918 
Mch. 22 

1918 
Apr. 22, 

1918 
May 

1918 
June 29, 

1918. 
Aug. 30, 

1918, 
May 17 

1918, 
Mch. 

1918 
Dec. 25 

1917 
Mch. 29, 

1918 
Mch. 15 

1918 
Feb. 16, 

1918 
Aug. 

1918, 
Jan. 28, 

1918 
Dec. 

1917 
Jan. 29 

1918 
June 23 

1918 
Sept. 17, 

1918 



July 
191 

Dec. 
19] 

Dec. 
191 



Nov. 

19] 
July 

19] 
Dec. 

19] 
Dec. 

191 
Feb. 

19 
Sept. 

191 
June 

191 
June 

191 
Sept. 

191 
Apr. 

191 
Oct. 

191 
Nov. 

191 
Mch. 

191 
Mch. 

191 
Apr. 

191 
May 

191 
July 

191 
Sept. 

191 
June 

191 
Mch. 

191 
Jan. 

191 
Mch. 

191 
Mch. 

191 
Feb. 

191 
Aug. 

191 
Jan. 

191 
Dec. 

191 
Jan. 

191 
Sept. 

191 
Sept. 

191 



28, 



22, 



18, 



26, 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered until Nov. 1, 1968. 



18 



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[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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European Method Company, 

Everett Bag Wood Company, 

Everett Bronze and Aluminum 

Foundry Inc. 
Everett Metal Products Company, 

Everett Realty Company, Ine.,i . 

Eye-Glass Shop, Inc., The, . 

F_. Archibald Inc., 

F. D. Sterritt Lumber Company, . 

F. H. Dow Company, 

F. J. Nevins Transfer & Auto Co., 

F. J. Richards Company, The, . 

F. W. Norris & Co. Inc., . 

F. W. Norris Co.,i . 

Fabreeka Belting Company, 

Fabric Process Company, . 

Fairfield Farm Incorporated, 

Fairhaven Shipbuilding Company, 

Fall River Iron and Metal Com- 
pany. 
Fall River Restaurant Company, 

Fall River Tube Company, 

Fall River Woman's Shop, Inc., . 

Falmouth Market Company, 

Family Investment Corporation, 

The. 
Fannette Custom Waist Shop, Inc., 

Farm, Incorporated, The, . 

Farm Tractor & Supply Company 

of New England. 
Farmacia Napoli, Inc., 

Farnsworth, Hoyt Company, 

Federal Construction Corporation, 

Federal Engineering Corporation, 

The. 
Federal Real Estate Corporation,* 

Federal Waste Co 

Feinsilver Tarlin Co 

Fenway Laundry, Incorporated, . 



Leominster, . 




$15,000 


Everett, 




3,000 


Everett, 




8,000 


Everett, 




25,000 


Boston, . 




50,000 


Boston, . 




5,000 


Haverhill 




25,000 


Cambridge, . 




30,000 


Boston, . 




95,000 


Ayer, 




5,000 


Springfield, 




5,000 


Cambridge, . 




10,000 


Cambridge, 




10,000 


Boston, . 




10,000 


Boston, . 




50,000 


Littleton, 




25,000 


Fairhaven, 




150,000 


Fall River, 




10,000 


Fall River, 




5,000 


Boston, . 




50,000 


Fall River, 




10,000 


Boston, . 




10,000 


Boston, . 




5,000 


Boston, . 




1,000 


Watertown, 




10,000 


Boston, . 




25,000 


Lawrence, 




5,000 


Boston, . 




1,100,000 


Boston, . 




50,000 


Worcester, 




98,000 


Boston, . 




50,000 


Boston, . 




25,000 


Boston, . 




100,000 


Boston, . 




5,000 



100 

100 

100 

100 

5 

100 

100 

100 

50 

100 

100 

100 

100 

10 

50 

2 100 
2 100 

100 

100 

50 

10 

100 

50 

50 

100 

100 

100 

2 100 

3 10 

2 100 

s 100 

2 100 

3 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 



600 

30 

80 

250 

500 

1,000 

250 

300 

950 

100 

50 

100 

100 

100 

5,000 

500 

2 1,000 

3 500 

100 

50 

1,000 

1,000 

100 

100 

20 

100 

250 

50 

2 10,000 

3 10,000 

2 250 

3 250 

2 450 

3 530 
500 

250 

1,000 

50 



35,200 

3,000 

8,000 

20,000 

3,000 

4,265 

10,000 

30,000 

95,000 

5,000 

5,000 

10,000 

10,000 

300 

150 

150 

2 25,000 

3 50 000 

2,000 

300 
15,500 
10,000 
2,400 

800 
1,000 

600 
1,000 
3,000 

3 30 
3 300 

2 34,000 

3 53,000 
50,000 

10,000 

30,000 

5,000 



Feb. 12, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
Nov. 8, 

1918. 
Oct. 7, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Jure 24, 

1918. 
June 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 
Jan. 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Jan. 16, 

1918. 
Oct. 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 22, 

1917. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 17, 

1917. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Sept. 7, 

1918. 
May 23, 

1918. 
Dec. 17, 

1917. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
May 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 13, 

1918. 
Oct. 3, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Nov. 18, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 

4 Corporation chartered for forty-nine years from Dec. 14, 1917. 



1918,1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



19 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



1 
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It 


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d 
2; 


$30,000 


$100 


300 


10,000 


100 


100 


100,000 


5 


20,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


100 


50 


2,250,000 


100 


22,500 


50,000 


100 


500 


500,000 


100 


5,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


100 


250 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


15,000 


50 


300 


25,000 


100 


250 


350,000 


100 


3,500 


20,000 


100 


200 


15,000 


100 


150 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 

500,000 

25,000 


SIOO 
^25 

3 100 
4 25 
100 


3 240 

MO 

5 2,500 

« 10,000 

250 


75,000 


100 


750 


5,000 


10 


500 


10,000 


100 


100 


90,000 


100 


900 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,500 


100 


55 


15,000 


100 


150 



aco mP-i 



Ferguson Laundry, Incorporated, 

Fibre Products Manufacturing Co, 

Field Oil Company, . 

Finard Bros. Inc., 

Fire Protection Securities Com- 
pany. 
First National Corporation, The, 

First Polish-Lithuanian-Russian 

Corporation. 
First Wool Brokerage Company, 

Fisher Polish Company, 

Fitzgerald Construction Co., 

Flagg Ice & Coal Co., Inc., 

Flex Sectional Innersole Company 

Inc. 
Food Products Company, . 

Forest Hills Company, 



Forest Park Garage Company, 

The. 
Foster Manufacturing Company, 

Foxboro Cash Store, Incorporated, 

Framingham Community Market 

Association. 
Framingham Forge Company, 

Framingham Foundries, 

Framingham Investment Associa- 
tion, Inc.2 

Framingham Motor Transporta- 
tion Company, Inc. 

Franco American Chemical Com- 
pany Limited. 

Frank B. McGrane Co., 

Frank C. Pearce Company, 

Frank G. Rowley & Company 

Inc. 
Frank L. & Charles E. Whitcomb, 

Inc. 
Frank S. Mason, Inc.,^ 

Frank W. Browne Pharmacy, Inc. 

Frank X. Johnston Company, 

Franklin Foundry Company, 

Franklin Mfg. Co., Inc., 

Franklin Products Co., Inc., 



Holyoke, 

Leominster, 

Boston, Mass., and 

Houston, Tex. 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., and 

Rawlins, Wyo. 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., and 
North Hampton, 
N. H. 

Springfield, 

Worcester, 
Foxborough, . 
Framingham, 
Framingham, 
Boston, . 
Framingham, 
Framingham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Gloucester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cohasset, 
Boston, . 
Franklin, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



S30,000 

5,000 

100,000 

10,000 

5,000 

300 

50,000 

100,000 

35,400 

300 

130,000 

150 

150 

100,000 

10,000 

150 

8,850 

1 _ 

25,000 

300 

500 

10,300 

50,000 

^5 

3 150,000 

« 250,000 

25,000 

75,000 

5,000 

10,000 

90,000 

300 

5,500 

7,500 



Apr. 16, 

1918 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Oct. 10 

1918. 
Oct. 23 

1918. 
Feb. 25 

1918. 
Apr. 9 

1918. 
Nov. 13, 

1918. 
Mav 14 

1918. 
Jan. 19 

1918. 
May 21 

1918. 
July 31 

1918. 
June 3 

1918. 
Aug. 6 

1918, 
June 25. 

1918. 

Jan. 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1918 
Jan. 30, 

1918, 
July 19, 

1918. 
Apr. 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Jan. 22 

1918. 
Aug. 28, 

1918 
June 27, 

1918 
Jan. 25, 

1918 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
May 22 

1918. 
Mav 9 

1918. 
July 2 

1918. 
Deo. 8 

1917. 
July 15 

1918. 
July 24 

1918. 



Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Oct. 11, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Nov. 15, 

1918. 
May 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
May 27, 

1918. 
Aug. 2, 

1918. 
July 12, 

1918. 
Oct. 5," 

1918. 
July 2, 

1918. 

Jan. 25, 

1918. 
Oct. 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 
Apr. 8, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Mch. 4, 

1918. 
Aug. 29, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
May 23, 

1918. 
May 10, 

1918. 
July 2, 

1918. 
Dec. 10, 

1917. 
July 15, 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918. 



1 Organized without capital stock under provisions of chap. 224, General Acts of 1917. 

2 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



3 Preferred. 
* Common. 



20 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



•s-2'o '^ 



Franklin Realty Company,! 

Franklin Realty Company of Fall 

River, The.^ 
Franklin Roof Coating Company, 

Inc., The. 
Franklin Securities Company, 

Franklin Yarn Co 

Fred K. Wells Sales Company, . 

Fred L. Crawford, Inc., 

Frederick J. Caldwell Inc., . 

Freed Co.,. The, 

Frendon Manufacturing Company, 

Inc. 
Fulton Flour Company, 

G. A. & S. W. Brackett Company, 

G. A. C. Knight Co., . 

G. A. Paul Lumber Company, 

G. Angelo Fruit Co 

G. F. Peratta Corporation, . 

G. H. Empey & Co. Inc., . 

G. H. Schultz, Incorporated, 

G. M. Briggs Construction Com- 
pany. 

G. R. Armstrong Manufacturer's 
Supplies, Inc. 

G. W. ReidCo 

Gamma Beta Associates, Inc., 

Garage and Factory Equipment 

Company. 
Garage Heater Company, . 

Garden City Garage, Inc., . 

Gardner Crib & Cradle Company, 

Garfield Realty Company.i 

Gekco Company of Springfield, 
The. 

Gem Crib & Cradle Company, 

General Fastener Company, Inc., 

General Leather Waste Company, 

Genery Stevens Company, . 

George B. Dodge Co., Inc., 



, and 
R.L 



Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Franklin, 

Boston, . 

Newton, 

Boston, Mass 

Providence, 

Worcester, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Newton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Northampton, 

Newton, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Newton, 

Gardner, 

Boston, . 



Brockton, Mass. 

and Springfield, 

Mo. 
Gardner, 



Brockton, 
Peabody, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 



$10,000 
30,000 
12,000 
50,000 

6,000 
10,000 

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

5,000 

1,000 
50,000 
15,000 
100,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 

5,000 
10,000 
10,000 

5,000 
20,000 
20,000 
30,000 
15,000 

75,000 

20,000 

6,000 

200,000 

10,000 



$5 
500 

10 
100 
100 

50 
100 

50 
100 

25 
100 

50 
100 

8 10 

<10 
100 

10 

10 

100 

10 

100 

100 

s 10 

4 10 

10 

100 

50 

10 

100 

100 

100 

5 100 

MOO 
25 

100 

10 



2,000 


$10,000 


60 


30,000 


1,200 


12,000 


500 


300 


60 


6,000 


200 


10,000 


50 


5,000 


500 


15,000 


100 


10,000 


1,000 


6,000 


50 


5,000 


20 


1,000 


500 


7,000 


3 750 
^50 
1,000 


s 7,500 
< 7,500 
100,000 


1,000 


6,040 


1,500 


15,000 


100 


10,000 


1,000 


10,000 


500 


50,000 


50 


2,100 


3 750 
«250 
1,000 


s 4,000 
< 1,500 
10,000 


50 


5,000 


400 


10,050 


2,000 


1,600 


300 


30,000 


150 


300 



750 

siOO 

MOO 

240 

2,000 

1,000 



75,000 

* 10,000 

75 

300 

10,000 



Feb. 15 

1918. 
July 2 

1918. 
Jan. 4 

1918. 
Aug. 12 

1918. 
June 10 

1918. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Nov. 26 

1918. 
Mch. 25 

1918. 
Oct. 21 

1918. 
Sept. 11 

1918. 
Dec. 22 

1917. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 
Apr. 22 

1918. 
Jan. 8 

1918. 
Mch. 25 

1918. 
Feb. 15 

1918. 
Dec. 6 

1917. 
Dec. 8 

1917. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 
Apr. 5 

1918. 
June 5 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 1 

1918. 
Feb. 21 

1918. 
Dec. 8 

1917. 
July 15 

1918. 

Jan. 8 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 28 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
Sept. 22 

1917. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

2 Corporation chartered until July 2, 1963. 



' Preferred. 
* Common. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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George Collins & Company, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


$40,000 


$100 


400 


840,000 


May 
1918 


8, May 10, 
1918. 


George E. Kunhardt Coi-poration, 


I/awrence, Mass., 


2,000,000 


100 


20,000 


2,000,000 


Dec. . 


$1, Dec. 31, 


The. 


and New York, 
N. Y. 










1917 


1917. 


George H. Sharp Company, Inc., 


Westfield, 


20,000 


1100 


UOO 


1 5,000 


Apr. 


24, Apr. 26, 








MOO 


2 100 


2 10,000 


1918 


1918. 


George Lawrence Inc., 


Cambridge, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


24,500 


Apr. 
1918 


26, May 4, 
1918. 


George Whiteacre Company, Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


110 


1 2,500 


2 1,000 


Aufr. 


3, Aug. 15, 








2 10 


2 2,500 




1918 


1918. 


Gerald J. Savage Incorporated,' . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Jan. ! 
1918 


!3, Feb. 21, 
1918. 


Gerrish Brothers Company, 


Boston, . 


12,000 


100 


120 


12,000 


Dec. ; 

1917 


il, Jan. 7, 
1918. 


Gibbons Truck Body Company, . 


Boston, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Jan. ; 
1918 


'3, Jan. 24, 
1918. 


Gibraltar Paint & Varnish Com- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


26,300 


Sept. 


2, Sept. 12, 


pany. 












1918 


1918. 


Gilbert Paint & Wall Paper Com- 


Springfield, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Dec. : 


!0, Dec. 22, 


pany, The. 












1917 


1917. 


Gillespie Aviation & Automotive 


Boston, . 


25,000 


110 


1500 


1 1,000 


Nov. 


8, Nov. 21, 


School, Inc. 






2 10 


2 2,000 


2 10,200 


1918 


1918. 


Glaser & Bakeman, Inc., 


Chelsea, 


40,000 


100 


400 


20,000 


Dec. 1 
1917 


3, Dec. 20, 
1917. 


Glenview Farm, Inc., 


Boston, Mass., and 


15,000 


110 


1750 


1 7,500 


Feb. I 


7, Feb. 28, 




Thetford, Vt. 




2 10 


2750 


2 7,500 


1918 


1918. 


Glidden Hyde Company, . 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Jan. 1 
1918 


5, Jan. 30, 
1918. 


Globe Auto Co., The, 


Fall River, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


300 


June 1 
1918 


0, June 20, 
1918. 


Globe Chemical Company, 


Boston, . 


200,000 


5 


40,000 


175,000 


Sept. 2 


5, Sept. 25, 


♦ 












1918 


1918. 


Globe Gauge and Tool Company, 


Boston, . 


24,000 


150 


1240 


1 2,000 


Aug. 


7, Aug. 12, 








2 50 


2 240 


2 12,000 


1918 


1918. 


Globe Paper Company, Inc., 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Apr. 
1918 


2, Apr. 9, 
1918. 


Globe Shoe Company, 


Chelsea, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Mch. 
1918 


2, Mch. 5, 
1918. 


Gloucester Block Company, 


Gloucester, 


90,000 


1100 


1600 


1 20,000 


Aug. £ 


7, Aug. 30, 








2 100 


2300 


2 30,000 


1918 


1918. 


Gloucester Manufacturing Com- 


Gloucester, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Aug. 2 


9, Sept. 3, 


pany, Incorporated. 












1918 


1918. 


Gloucester Realty Company,' 


Gloucester, 


75,000 


uoo 


1250 


1 12,000 


Nov. 


4, Nov. 11, 








2 100 


2500 




1918 


1918. 


Godfrey's Garage, Inc., 


Boston, . 


21,000 


1100 


1150 


1 15,000 


Aug. 1 


5, Aug. 17, 








2 100 


2 60 


2 6,000 


1918 


1918. 


Goldstone Development Com- 


Springfield, Mass., 


200,000 


5 


40,000 


200,000 


Apr. 


3, Apr. 5, 


pany.'' 


and Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
Lynn, . 










1918 


1918. 


Goodell's Cut Price Auto Supply 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Apr. 1 


7, Apr. 18, 


Company. 












1918 


1918. 


Gordon Fur Mfg. Co., 


Boston, . 


2,000 


50 


40 


2,000 


Feb. 1 
1918 


3, Feb. 14, 
1918. 


Gore, Inc., .... 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


Oct. 

1918 
June 2 


9, Oct. 10, 


Gosnold Transportation Company, 


New Bedford, 


6,000 


50 


120 


6,000 


1918. 
4, July 5, 














1918 


1918. 


Goudey Gum Co., The, 


Boston, . . 


60,000 


100 


600 


31,200 


Sept. 1 
1918 


8, Sept. 18, 
1918. 


Gove Brothers Inc., . 


Beverly, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 
1918 


8, June 10, 
1918. 


Gramstorff Bros. Inc., 


Maiden, 


10,000 


100 


100 


7,600 


Apr. 

1918 
Aug. 2 


4, Apr. 4, 


Grand Amusement Company, 


Worcester, 


5,000 


100 


50 


1,500 


1918. 
2, Aug. 23, 














1918. 


1918. 


Grand Opera House Co., . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Nov. 2 
1918. 


7, Nov. 29, 
1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

^ Corporation chartered for fifty years from Apr. 3, 1918. 



22 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 









Granite State Lumber Co., . 

Granite State Mica Company, 

Greene & Hale Inc., . 

Greenfield Farmers Cooperative 

Exchange. 
Green's Market Co. Inc., . 

Greenwich Leatherboard Corpora- 
tion. 
Greenwich Sales Company, 

Griffin Mfg. Co., The, 

Grocers Baking and Supply Com- 
pany. 

Grocers Baking and Supply Com- 
pany. 

Grotto, Inc., The, 

Guaranty Mortgage and Securities 

Corporation. 
Guy D. Tobey, Inc.,' 

H. A. & M. L. Dolan Company, 

H & D Leather Company, . 

H & R Manufacturing Co., 

H. B. Gordon Company, 

H. G. Keeler Inc., 

H. Goldman & Sons, Inc., . 

H. H. Wiggin Lumber Company, 

The. 
H. L. Handy Lumber Company 

Incorporated. 
H. 0. Robb, Incorporated, . 

H. V. Greene Company, 

H. Winer Company, . 

Haigh Aniline Company, The, 

Haines Furniture Company, 

Hall Textile Manufacturing Co., . 

Hailstone Electric Construction 

Company. 
Hamilton & Hersey, Inc., . 

Hamilton Abrasive Company, The, 

Hampden Optical Company, 

Hampden Pharmacy, Incorpo- 
rated. 
Hampden Woolen Company, 

Hancock Provision Co., 



Haverhill,- 

Cambridge, 

Worcester, 

Greenfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Greenwich, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Holyoke, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Philadelphia, 
Boston, . 

Athol, . 

Brockton, 

Lowell, . 

Westfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Cambridge, 



, and 

N.Y. 



, and 
Pa. 



$30,000 

15,000 

30,000 

10,000 

5,000 

80,000 

50,000 

10,000 

150,000 

100,000 

75,000 

50,000 

20,000 

60,000 

10,000 

5,000 

50,000 

45,000 

300,000 

100,000 

54,000 

50,000 

25,000 

10,000 

10,000 

50,000 

50,000 

5,000 

25,000 

50,000 

25,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5,000 



100 

100 

5 

100 

100 

100 

25 

25 

25 

100 

150 
2 50 
100 

100 
25 
50 

100 



300 

150 

300 

2,000 

50 

800 

500 

400 

6,000 

4,000 

750 

1600 

2 400 

200 

500 

400 

100 

500 



100 


450 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1 1,500 

2 1,500 

1,000 


100 


540 


5 


10,000 


10 


2,500 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


500 


1100 

2 100 

50 


1300 

2 200 

100 


100 


250 


100 


500 


100 


250 


100 


100 


50 


100 


5 


1,000 



$12,000 

1,000 

20,000 

140 

2,000 

300 

400 

75 

150,000 

100,000 

75,000 

1 30,000 

2 20,000 

1,000 

50,000 

1,000 

5,000 

50,000 

45,000 

1 100,000 

2 150,000 

300 

54,000 
2,515 
12,620 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 

1 3,000 

2 2,000 
1,100 

300 

50,000 

10,300 

10,000 

5,000 

1,500 



Dec. 28 

1917. 
May 13 

1918. 
July 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 23 

1918. 
May 15. 

1918. 
May 24, 

1918 
May 

1918, 
Feb. 18 

1918 
Dec. 12, 

1917. 
Jan. 30 

1918. 
Jan. 8 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 

1918. 
Jan. 12, 

1918. 
Dec. 10 

1917. 
Oct. 31 

1918. 
^ept. 5 

1918. 
Oct. 3 

1918. 
Apr. 9 

1918. 
Feb. 28 

1918. 
Oct. 30, 

1918. 
Oct. 25, 

1918. 
Jan. 5 

1918. 
July 22 

1918. 
June 

1918. 
June 

1918. 
Sept. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 9, 

1918. 
Nov. 20 

1918. 
Feb. 9 

1918. 
Jan. 11 

1918. 
Apr. 6, 

1918. 
July 16 

1918. 
June 24, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years from Jan. 3, 1918. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



23 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Wlisre Located. 



1 

1" 


3 

(2 


C3 

-a 


$1,000 


$10 


100 


25,000 
5,000 


150 
2 50 
100 


1100 

2 400 

50 


15,000 


100 


150 


1,000 


10 


100 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


20,000 


100 


200 


75,000 
50,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


1 2,500 

2 5,000 

500 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


10,000 


100 


100 


75,000 


100 


750 


5,000 


100 


50 


20,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 100 

50 


25,000 
10,000 


1100 

2 100 

50 


1200 
2 50 
200 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 
25,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 150 

250 


1,500,000 
50,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1 5,000 

2 10.000 

500 


50,000 
5,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 250 

50 


51,000 


100 


510 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


100 


250 


10,000 


100 


100 



'^'^Z 

^ o^ ^ 



Hancock Tailors Inc., 

Handy Welt Shoe Co. (Inc.), 

Harbor Storage Company, . 

Harkins, Kirby, Murphy Com 

pany. 
Harold Realty Company, ^ . 

Harrington Marine Co., 

Harrington Sales Company, Inc., 

Harris Poorvu Inc., . 

Harrison-Lockwood Co., 

Harry McRae Webster Produc- 
tions Incorporated. 
Harry S. Orr Company, 

Hart Heating Company, The, 

Hart Packing Co., 

Hartley-Bishop Company, . 

Harvard Building Association 

Inc.3 
Harvard Envelope Company, 

Harvard Sand and Gravel Com 

pany.'' 
Harvard Square Studio, Inc., 

Haskell Paper Box Company, 

Hatch, Whyte & Mac Vicar Co., 

Haverhill Wood Heel Co., . 

Hayda's Incorporated, 

Heath Grate Bar Co., , . 

Hedstrom Co., . 

Heffernan Brush Co., Inc., . 

Hemphill Company, . 

Henry S. Clark. Incorporated, 

Highgas Shoe Co., Inc., 

Highland Avenue Pharmacy, Inc., 

Hill & Michie Real Estate Com- 
pany, The.3 
Hilton Trucking Co. Inc., . 

Holden & Crout, Incorporated, . 

Holden-Harris Housing Co.,^ 

Hollidge, Badger Corporation, 



Quincy, 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Pittsfield, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Gardner, 

Adams, . 

Boston, Mass 
Central Falls, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 

Quincy, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



, and 

:,R.I 



$1,000 

1500 

2 3,950 

5,000 

12,000 

1,000 

100,000 

1,500 

2,500 

11,000 

1 25,000 

2 250 
50,000 

700 

5,000 

7,500 

45,000 

4,500 

2 10,000 

5,000 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 
4,750 

25,000 

5,000 

300 

2 15,000 

25,000 

2 300 

25,000 

2 25,000 

5,000 

51,000 

5,500 

8,900 

25,000 

10,000 



Apr. 10 

1918. 
Meh. 16 

1918. 
June 14 

1918. 
Nov. 1 

1917. 
Oct. ■ 9 

1918. 
July 31 

1918. 
Oct. 29 

1918. 
Jan. 2 

1918. 
Aug. 6 

1918. 
Dec. 15 

1917. 
Mch. 27 

1918. 
June 24 

1918. 
July 12 

1918. 
Mch. 27 

1918. 
June 18 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
May 31 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918. 
Dec. 14 

1917. 
Dec. 3 

1917. 
June 15 

1918. 
Oct. 13 

1917. 
Jan. 4 

1918. 
May 1 

1918. 
June 14, 

1918. 
Mch. 11 

1918. 
Mch. 26 

1918. 
June 22 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
Dec. 5 

1917. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Mch. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 2 

1918. 
Aug. 20 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



8 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
* Corporation chartered for thirty years. 



24 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



i 

o 

1" 


(2 


i 

"0 
d 

^2; 


«3,000 


$100 


30 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


25,000 


10 


2,500 


75,000 


10 


7,500 


30,000 


100 


300 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


30,000 
10,000 


MOO 

3 100 

100 


2 100 

3 200 
100 


250,000 


100 


2,500 


25,000 


100 


250 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


5,000 


50 


100 


50,000 


100 


500 


615,000 
10,000 


25 

MOO 
100 


2 3,000 

3 6,000 

100 


50,000 


5 


10,000 


50,000 
2,500 


2 10 

3 10 

10 


2 2,000 

3 3,000 

250 


1,500 


10 


150 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


3,500 


10 


350 


25,000 
15,000 


2 100 

MOO 
100 


2 125 

3 125 
150 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


20 


500 


10,000 


25 


400 


50,000 


5 


10,000 



9. a) o 



6^^ 

O ■♦J :3 =3 



Holton-Frue, Incorporated, 
Holyoke Sugar Company, . 

Home Buyers Society Incorpo- 
rated.! 

Honytone Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Hood Farm Incorporated, . 

Hood Tire Sales Co 

Hooker-Mossberg Corporation, . 

Hoosac Marble Company, . 

Horgan-Scanlan Detective Agency, 

Inc. 
Horrigan & Doe Co. Inc., . 

Horseshoe Tire Co. of N. E., 

Hotel Bond Company of Massa- 
chusetts, The. 

Hotel Osborne, Incorporated, 

. Hotel Verdi, Inc., 

Housing Company,! . 

Howard Coal Co., Inc., 

Howard Graphite Co., 

Howard Leather Finish Co., 

Hub Auto Supply Co., 

Hub Auto Tire Exchange, Inc., 

Hub Dress Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Hub Rain Coat Company, The, 

Huckins and Company Inc., 

Hudson Company, Inc., The,! 

Hudson Dyeing Company, . 

Humphries-Stevens Co., 

Hunt Rubber Company, 

Hyannis Auto Sales Co., 

Hyde^Park Ice Company Inc., 

Hyde Park Publishing Company, 

Hyde Square Cut Rate Drug Com- 
pany. 
I. Cherney Co. Inc., . 

I. Weohsler & Co., Inc., 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Somerville, 
Lowell, . 
Watertown, 
Attleboro, 
North Adams, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Springfield, Mass., 
and Hartford, 
Conn. 

Boston, . 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Watertown, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Hudson, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Hyannis, 
Dedham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$1,400 
50,000 
5,115 
12,510 
75,000 
30,000 
150,000 

2 10,000 

3 20,000 
10,000 

150,000 

25,000 

100,000 

150 

50,000 

2 150 

3 6,000 

4,000 

50,000 

330 

2,500 

1,500 

100,000 

10,000 

3,500 

2 12,500 

3 12,500 
15,000 

10,000 

50,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,900 

640 

600 

25 



Jan. 24, 

1918. 
Mch. 8 

1918. 
Mch. 29 

1918. 
Sept. 27 

1917. 
July 10 

1918. 
Feb. 4 

1918. 
Oct. 29 

1918. 
Oct. 18 

1918. 
May 9, 

1918. 
June 11 

1918. 
Feb. 16 

1918. 
Oct. 17 

1918. 

Aug. 12, 

1918. 
Sept. 23 

1918. 
Jan. 26 

1918. 
Apr. 26 

1918. 
July 24 

1918. 
Nov. 30 

1917. 
Jan. 3 

1918. 
Deo. 3 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Oct. 9 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
Oct. 18 

1918. 
July 12 

1918. 
May 20 

1918. 
Apr. 24 

1918. 
Nov. 13 

1917. 
Feb. 27 

1918. 
Jan. 2 

1918. 
Apr. 8, 

1918. 
May 16 

1918. 
May 20 

1918. 



! Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



8 Common. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



25 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME or CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



9- 03 o 






P 



Ideal Amusement Company, Inc., 
Ideal Gas Machine Co., 
Ideal Restaurant Company, 
Ideal Wall Paper & Decorating Co., 
Import Drug Co., 

Independent Lock & Key Manu- 
facturing Co. 

Industrial & Research Labora- 
tories, Inc. 

Industrial Finance Company, 

Insurance Auto Service, Inc., 

Inter-State Chemical Corporation, 
The. 

International Security Company, ^ 

International Shoe Co., The, 

International Transportation, Inc., 

Interstate Electric Construction 

Corporation. 
Interstate Transfer Company, 

Irish Creek Tin Mines, Inc., 

Irish Film Company of America, 

The. 
Iryco Tanning Co., . 

ItaUan Co-operative Store of Read- 
ville and Hyde Park, Inc., The. 

Ivanhoe Woolen Mills Company, 
The. 

J. & W. Bastard (Boston) Com- 
pany. 

J. B. Dawson Company, 

J. B. Woodruff, Incorporated, 

J. C. Smith Roofing Company, 

J. E. Bowers Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
J. Ernest Mullen Company, 

J. F. Conway Company, The, 

J. Freedman Thread Co., . 

J. G. Wilde Coal Co., 

J. H. Sparks Company, 

J. J. Grover's Sons Company, 

J. L. Bertsch Company, 

J. L. Walker Co., 



Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Quincy, 
Boston, 
Boston, . 
Leominster, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Springfield, 
Springfield, 

Boston, Mass, 
County of 
bridge, Va. 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Oxford, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Holyoke, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Lowell, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 



Rock- 



$5,000 


$100 


20,000 


10 


5,000 


100 


3,000 


100 


40,000 


100 


75,000 


1100 




2 100 


50,000 


100 


1,000,000 


1100 




2 100 


10,000 


50 


10,000 


50 


90,000 


4 10 




5 10 




2 10 


5,000 


10 


20,000 


100 


5,000 


100 


150,000 


1100 




2 100 


100,000 


1100 




2 100 


250,000 


5 


15,000 


100 


3,000 


10 


50,000 


100 


250,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


6,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


40,000 


110 




2 10 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


150,000 


100 


60,000 


150 




2 50 


10,000 


100 


1,000,000 


1100 




2 100 


15,000 


100 


550,000 


1100 




2 100 



50 

2,000 

50 

30 

400 

1250 

2 500 

500 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 

200 

200 

■• 2,000 

5 2,000 

2 5,000 

500 

200 

50 

1 1,000 

2 500 

1950 

2 50 

50,000 

150 

300 

500 

2,500 

500 

60 

100 

1 2,000 

2 2,000 

500 

100 

1,500 

1300 

2 900 

100 

1 5,000 

2 5,000 

150 

1 1,500 
2 4,000 



$5,000 

20,000 
5,000 
3,000 

40,000 
2 300 

50,000 
2500 
3,000 

10,000 

440 
2320 

2,430 

20,000 

5,000 

2 50,000 

1 13,900 
2 5)000 

250,000 

15,000 

2,050 

50,000 

190,300 

42,000 

6,000 

10,000 

1 20,000 

2 20,000 

300 

9,700 
88,600 

1 15,000 

2 25,400 
10,000 

2300 

9,200 

1 150,000 

2 400,000 



Nov. 28, 

1917. 
Jan. 18 

1918. 
Jan. 28 

1918. 
Jan. 10 

1918. 
May 13 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Dec. 4 

1917. 
Mch. 27 

1918. 
Oct. 15 

1918. 

Aug. 6 

1918. 
Jan. 24, 

1918. 
Jan. 12 

1918. 
Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Sept. 4, 

1918. 

Sept. 13 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 6, 

1918. 
Sept. 2, 

1918 
Nov. 5, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918 
Dec. 14, 

1917 
Dec. 18 

1917 
Mch. 12 

1918 
Nov. 4, 

1918 
May 22, 

1918 
May 22, 

1918. 
Apr. 8, 

1918. 
June 1 

1918. 
July 1 

1918. 
Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Dec. 20 

1917. 



Dec. 28, 

1917. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 30, 

1918. 
Jan. 16, 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
Aug. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Apr. 9, 

1918. 
Oct. 17, 

1918. 

Aug. 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
Sept. 20, 

1918. 

Sept. 14, 

1918. 
June 1, 

1918. 
Nov. 15, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Nov. 7, 

1918. 
Jan. 4, 

1918. 
Deo. 17, 

1917. 
Dec. 19, 

1917. 
Mch. 14, 

1918. 
Nov. 9, 

1918. 
July 9, 

1918. 
June 6, 

1918. 
Apr. 11, 

1918. 
July 27, 

1918. 
July 1, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



° Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
4 First preferred. 



5 Second preferred. 



26 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



o 

ii 


> £ 


t-l 

"o 

1 


S50,000 
10,000 


i$100 

2 100 

50 


1400 

2 100 

200 


2,000 


100 


20 


75,000 


100 


750 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 
25,000 


3 10 

«5 

25 

100 


s 4,998 
M 

23 

250 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


60,000 


50 


1,200 


10,000 


100 


100 


100,000 


10 


10,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


20,000 


25 


800 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


100 


500 


100,000 
90,000 


1100 

2 100 

50 


1500 
2500 
1,800 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


1 2,000 


1100 


120 


50,000 
150,000 


110 

25 

100 


1 2,500 

2 5,000 
1,500 


50,000 


100 


500 


30,000 
1,000 


1100 

2 100 

50 


160 

2 240 

20 


5,000 


100 


50 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


20,000 


100 


200 


50,000 


100 


500 


150,000 
50,000 
5,000 


1100 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 

100 


1500 

2 1,000 

1300 

2 200 

50 



d fe 






am 



-< 



J. M. Crysler Co., 

J. N. Smith, Inc., 

J. S. Bixby, Inc., 

J. W. Emery Company, 

J. W. Manufacturing Company, 

J. Wolfe Finkel Company, Incor- 
porated. 

Jackson & Prentiss, Inc., 

Jackson Diving & Construction 

Co. 
Jacob Norton's Sons Co., . 

Jacobsoh, Miller & Bushner, Inc., 

Jalisco Mining Co 

James Ellis Company, The, 

James J. Hill Co 

James T. Corcoran Company, 

James W. Hitchings Company, . 

Jameson's Apparel Shops, Inc., . 

Jays Inc., .... 

Jenney Electric Manufacturing 

Company. 
Jennings & Company, Inc., 

Jennings Leather Company, Inc., 

Jesse E. Knight Automobile Com- 
pany. 

Jewish Advocate Publishing Com- 
pany. 

Joel Koopmaa Inc., . 

John B. Gallagher Company, 

John C. Kiley Incorporated, = 

John D. Kiely Company,^ . 

John F. G'Hara, Inc., 

John J. Williams Building Associa- 
tion, Inc.^ 
John P. Marston Co., 

John S. Meserve Company, 

John West Thread Co., The, 

Johnson Brothers Furnitiu-e Co., 

Johnson-Port Co., 



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

Worcester, 
Boston, . 

Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston; . 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Peabody, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Greenfield, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 



1 $40,000 
2 10,000 

150 

2,000 
47,100 
10,000 

2 15 

10,000 

50,000 

60,000 

5,500 

100,000 

300 
15,000 
20,000 
50,000 

300 

45,000 

1 5,200 

2 50,000 

90,000 

10,000 

1 2,000 

2 15 

150,000 
50,000 

1 6,000 
2 20,000 

1,000 

5,000 

6,000 

20,000 

40,000 

1 50,000 

2 100,000 
I 23,000 

2 5,000 
1,000 



Jan. 12 

1918. 
Mch. 11 

1918. 
Mch. 9 

1918. 
Apr. 8 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. ' 
Mch. 23 

1918. 

May 28, 

1918. 
June 6 

1918. 
May 15 

1918. 
July 2 

1918. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
May 31 

1918. 
June 26 

1918. 
Jan. 1 

1918. 
Feb. 13 

1918. 
Aug. 14. 

1918, 
June 19, 

1918 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Oct. 29 

1918. 
July 30 

1918. 
July 11 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Mch. 14 

1918. 
Jan. 16 

1918. 
May 23 

1918. 
June 10 

1918. 
Mch. 25 

1918. 
Oct. 16 

1918. 
May 16 

1918. 
Feb. 14, 

1918, 
July 

1918. 
Aug. 10, 

1918, 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



3 First preferred. 
* Second preferred. 



^ Corporation chartered for fifty years. 

6 Corporation chartered for twenty-five years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



27 



Articles of Organizaiion, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Joseph Freedman Company, 

Joseph Kowal & Co., Inc., . 

Joseph Levitt Co., Inc., 

Kampe-Robbins Company, 

Keller Leather Co., . 

Kelly Co 

Kelmar Shoe Company, 

Kemworth Company, The, . 

Kero-Karburetor Company, 

Keystone Woolen Mills, 

Kilgour's Incorporated, 

Kingsley's, Inc., 

Kirkwood Plumbing and Hard- 
ware Co., Inc., The. 
Krantzman's Market, Inc., . 

Kravit Company, The, 

KroU Manufacturing Co., . 

Kiirkjian Bros. Inc 

L. A. Morgan Company, 

L. & C. Shoe Co., The, 

L & H Lumber Company, . 

L. B. Bigelow Co 

L. E. Parsons Co. Inc., 

L. M. Holmes Baking Company, . 

L-M-L Company, 

L. Mitchell Company, 

L. Schapiro Shoe Co., 

L. Swed & Company, Inc., 

La Boyteaux & Brough, Inc., 

La Touraine, Inc., 

La Victoire, Inc., 

Labor League Cooperative Bakery 

of New Bedford, Mass. 
Labor League Co-operative Bakery 

of Worcester, Mass., The. 
Laird-Prior Company, 

Lajoie Coal Company, 



Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Waltham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Danvers, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Northampton, 
Lenox, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Saugus, . 
Haverhill, 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Mass 



Brockton, 

New York, 
Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Lowell, . 

New Bedford, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Lowell, . 



,and 
N. y. 



860,000 
50,000 

5,000 
10,000 

5,000 

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

5,000 
10,000 
20,000 

5,000 
10,000 
20,000 
' 2,500 ' 

4,000 
15,000 
25,000 
75,000 

5,000 
25,000 

3,000 
10,000 
95,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 

5,000 

25,000 

25,000 

100,000 

75,000 



60 
100 
100 
50 
50 
100 
110 

2 10 

10 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 
100 
1100 

2 100 

50 
25 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

10 

10 

100 

5 



600 
1,000 

50 
100 
100 

20 
100 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 
10,000 

500 

100 

100 

200 

50 

100 

1100 

2 100 

50 
160 
150 
250 
750 

50 
250 

30 

100 

1450 

2 500 

250 

100 

100 

50 

2,500 

2,500 

1,000 

15,000 



$60,000 


June 7, 


June 29 




1918. 


1918. 


12,050 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 6 




1918. 


1918. 


6,000 


Jan. 4, 


Jan. 23 




1918. 


1918. 


6,500 


Jan. 5, 


Jan. 8 




1918. 


1918. 


5,000 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 28 




1918. 


1918. 


600 


Oct. 10, 


Dec. 24 




1917. 


1917. 


10,000 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 16 




1918. 


1918. 


1 25,000 


May 15, 


May 25 


2 25,000 


1918. 


1918. 


100,000 


Feb. 8, 


Feb. 11 




1918. 


1918. 


50,000 


Mch. 13, 


Mch. 27 




1918. 


1918. 


5,000 


Mch. 2, 


Mch. 22 




1918. 


1918. 


10,000 


May 17, 


May 18 




1918. 


1918. 


20,000 


Aug. 7, 


Aug. 20 




1918. 


1918. 


2,000 


Aug. 1, 


Aug. 16 




1918. 


1918. 


2,500 


June 7, 


June 13 




1918. 


1918. 


1 5,000 


May 13, 


May 16 


2 10,000 


1918. 


1918. 


2,500 


Feb. 28, 


Mch. 4 




1918. 


1918. 


2,125 


Dec. 21, 


Jan. 2 




1917. 


1918. 


15,000 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 30 




1918. 


1918. 


25,000 


Aug. 14, 


Aug. 16 




1918. 


1918. 


1,000 


Aug. 29, 


Sept. 30 




1918. 


1918. 


3,500 


June 1, 


Sept. 17 




1918. 


1918. 


25,000 


Apr. 2, 


Apr. 15 




1918. 


1918. 


3,000 


June. 27, 


June 2S 




1918. 


1918. 


300 


Apr. 5, 


May i 




1918. 


1918. 


2 25,000 


July 12, 


July 31 




1918. 


1918. 


8,000 


Mch. 8, 


Mch. i 




1918. 


1918. 


2,000 


Mch. 21, 


Mch. 21 




1918. 


1918. 


10,000 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 1£ 




1917. 


1917. 


1,400 


July 15, 


July 1' 




1918. 


1918. 


2,600 


Aug. 2, 


Aug. 11 




1918. 


1918. 


3,000 


May 20, 


May 2C 




1918. 


1918. 


100,000 


July 25, 


July 2. 




1918. 


1918. 


65,000 


June 10, 


June IC 




1918. 


1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



28 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






Lamson & Hubbard Corporation, 

Lang and Mendelsohn, Inc., 

Langdon Realty Company,' 

Lass-Spector & Lack Co. Inc., 

Lauferty Sales Corporation, 

Lawrence Amusement Company, 

The. 
Lawrence & Kendall, Inc.,' 

Lawrence Hebrew Co-operative 
Bakery. 

Lawrence Market Company, 

Lawrence Spaghetti Manufactur^ 

ing Corporation. 
Lawrence Taxicab Service, Inc., 

Lawrence Window Cleaning Co. 

Inc. 
Lecuyer Realty Company, Inc., 

Lee Service Incorporated, . 

Lenane Supply Company, Incor- 
porated. 
Lenox Cafe, Inc., The, 

Leominster Paper Box Company, 

Leon R. Rowe, Inc., . 



Lester P. Winchenbaugh Co., 

Levendorf and Meltzer Company 

Incorporated. 
Levenson Shoe Store, Inc., . 

Lever Transportation Company,' 

Lewis & Fox Company, 

Lewis Recovery Corporation, 

Liberty Amusement Company, 

Liberty Bee Community Singers 

Inc. 
Liberty Burner Company, Inc., 

Liberty Cigarette Company, The, 

Liberty Coal Co., 

Liberty Construction Company, 

Liberty Cranberry Company, 

Liberty Crankshaft Company, 

Liberty Devices Co., . 



Boston, Mass., and 

New York, N. Y. 

Boston, . 



Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Springfield, 

Leominster, 



Boston, Mass 
York, N. Y 
The Hague, 
land. 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 

Akron, Ohio, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lowell, . 

Chelsea, . 

Boston, . 

Ehixbury, 

Worcester, 

Boston, Mass 



New 
and 
Hol- 



and 



and 



New York, N. Y. 



),000,000 

5,000 

2,000 

5,000 

10,000 

5,000 

3,000 

1,500 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,000 

2,000 

25,000 

5,000 

18,000 

100,000 

235,000 
10,000 
2,000 

250,000 
25,000 
20,000 
25,000 
1,000 
10,000 
20,000 
30,000 

100,000 
30,000 
96,000 
50,000 



2 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 

50 

100 

5 

100 

5 

10 
100 

10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
25 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 

uoo 

2 100 



1 50,000 

2 50,000 

50 

20 

50 
100 
100 

30 
300 
100 
2,000 
1,000 
100 
500 

20 
250 

50 

180 

1,000 



2 1,750 
100 

20 

2,500 

250 

200 

250 

10 

100 

800 

300 

1,000 

1240 
2 60 
960 

MOO 

2 100 



2 $300 
5,000 
2,000 
3,000 

10,000 
5,000 
3,000 
1,500 

10,000 
2,500 
2,020 

10,000 

400 

2,000 

25,000 
300 

18,000 
300 

1 60,000 

2 175,000 

10,000 

2,000 

250,000 

21,600 

20,000 

25,000 

10,000 

20,000 

9,000 

100,000 

1 24,000 
2 6,000 
96,000 

2 10,000 



Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 11, 

1917. 
July 18, 

1918. 
Apr. " 29, 

1918. 
Aug. 27, 

1918. 
Dec. 12, 

1917. 
Aug. 14, 

1918. 
Dec. 29, 

1917. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Nov. 15, 

1918. 
Nov. 22, 

1918. 
Sept. 13, 

1918. 
July 6, 

1918. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
Mch. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
Nov. 29, 

1918. 



May 13, 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
Deo. 6, 

1917. 
July 25, 

1918. 
Aug. 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Dec. 5, 

1917. 
June 27, 

1918. 
June 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 11, 

1918. 
May 4, 

1918. 
Apr. 12, 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



29 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






002 mP-i 



.S.2 



Liberty Electric Company, . 

Liberty Film Corp'n., 

Liberty Garage, Inc 

Liberty Home and Realty Corpo- 

ration.i 
Liberty Manufacturing Company, 

Liberty Marble Co. Inc., 

Liberty Oil Company, 

Liberty Products Company, 

Liberty Realty Co. Inc.,i . 

Liberty Sales Co., 

Liberty Screw Company, . 

Liberty Shipbuilding Company 

Liberty Shoe Company Inc., 

Liberty Specialty Co., 

Liberty Thread Company, . 

Liberty Upholstering Co., . 

Lincoln & Parker Film Company, 

Lincoln Garment Manufacturing 

Company, Inc. 
Lincoln Park Garage, Inc., . 

Linden Park Garage, Inc., . 

Listen Lumber Company, . 

Lithuanian National Corporation, 

Lithuanian, Polish and Russian 
Co-operative Association, Wal- 
tham, Mass., Incorporated. 

Little Folks Shop, Inc., The, 

Littlefield Heel Co., . 

Lockhart Corundum and Lens 

Corporation. 
Lombard & Rust Company, 

London Sponging Works Inc., 

Louis S. Levi Co.,5 

Louisiana Leasing Company, 

Lowell Burlap Manufacturing 
Company. 

Lowell Construction Company 
Incorporated. 

Lowell Delicatessen Supply Com- 
pany, The. 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
LjTin, . 
New Bedford, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Everett, 
Lynn, . 
Holyoke, 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y. 
Worcester, 



Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Worcester, 



, and 



and 



Boston, Mass 

Cohoes, N. Y. 
Boston, . 

Worcester, Mass. 

and New York 

N. Y. 
Boston, . 



Revere, . 
Boston, . 
Everett, 
Lawrence, 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Southbridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Lowell, . 
Lowell, . 



$30,000 

50,000 

20,000 

300,000 

100,000 

3,000 

10,000 

100,000 

25,000 

10,000 

10,000 

500,000 

12,000 

50,000 

5,000 

1,000 

5,000,000 

5,000 
5,000 
20,000 
10,000 
10,000 
30,000 

25,000 
10,000 
20,000 

5,000 
10,000 
25,000 
90,000 
10,000 
50,000 

1,000 



$10 
10 
10 
5 

2 100 

siOO 
10 

100 

100 

50 

100 

100 

2 100 

3 100 

100 

100 

100 

10 

2 100 

uoo 

100 
50 
100 
100 
10 
25 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

10 
100 
100 
100 

10 



3,000 

5,000 

2,000 

60,000 

2500 

3500 

300 

100 

1,000 

500 

100 

100 

2 2,500 

8 2,500 

120 

500 

50 

100 

2 25,000 

3 25,000 

50 

100 

200 

100 

1,000 

1,200 

250 
100 
200 
50 
100 
2,500 
900 
100 
500 
100 



50,000 

2,000 

300,000 

2, * 50,000 

3 50,000 

30 

3,000 

42,600 

12,000 

1,000 

2,500 

2 125,000 

3 250,000 

12,000 

12,500 

2,000 

1,000 

2 600,000 
3 2,500,000 

1,500 

5,000 

20,000 

10,000 

2,000 

175 

25,000 
10,000 

6,400 

5,000 
10,000 

2,000 
300 

5,000 
31,000 

1,000 



Apr. 1 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Mch. 27, 

1918, 
July 1 

1918 
Jan. 

1918, 
May 

1918 
Nov. 22, 

1917 
Oct. 24 

1918. 
Sept. 25, 

1918 
July 

1918 
Dec. 14, 

1917 
Dec. 11 

1917, 
Aug. 

1918 
Mch. 14, 

1918 
July 30 

1918 
Apr. 22 

1918 
Jan. 

1918, 

Feb. 

1918 
May 29, 

1918 
Apr. 22 

1918 
June 21 

1918 
June 14 

1918 
July 

1918, 



July 16, 

1918 
Oct. '. 

1918 
Aug. 13, 

1918 
Apr. 12 

1918, 
June 28, 

1918 
Sept. 13 

1918 
May 23 

1918, 
Sept. 12, 

1918, 
July 

1918, 
Deo. 

1917 



Apr. 

19 
Jan. 

19 
Mch 

19 
July 

19 
Jan. 

19 
May 

19 
Dec. 

19 
Oct. 

19 
Oct. 

19 
July 

19 
Dec. 

19 
Dec. 

19 
Aug. 

19 
Mch 

19 
July 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Feb. 

19 

Feb. 

19 
May 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Aug, 

19 
June 

19 
July 

19 

July 

19 
Nov, 

19 
Aug. 

19 
Apr. 

19 
June 

19 
Sept, 

19 
May 

19 
Sept 

19 
July 

19 
Dec. 

19 



29, 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 3 Common. 

2 Preferred. « To be issued from time to time as sold. 



5 Corporation chartered for forty-nine 
years. 



30 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 

Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



[1918. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Lowell Junk Co 

Lowell Market Gardeners' and 
Fruit Growers' Association, In- 
corporated, The. 

Loxon Co., The, 

Loyal American Boys' Camp, Inc., 

Lutes and Draper Machine Com- 
pany. 
Lynn Lace and Braid Company, . 

Lynn Paper Stock Co., The, 

Lyons Coal Company, 

Lyons Manufacturing Company, 

The. 
Lyons Printing Company, . 

M. A. Wood Furniture Co., 

M & G Aircraft Company, . 

M. &H. Co 

M. & M. Shoe Co., Inc., . 

M. Crehore Company, 

M. D. Nichols Tool Company, In- 
corporated. 
M. E. Rice Company, 

M. F. Foley Company, 

M. J. McCabe Co., . 

M. J. Sullivan Co. Inc., 

M. Kahn Company, . 

M. L. Barnett, Inc., . 

M. P. Brundige Co., Inc., . 

M. Paul Bean Corporation, 

M. Wolf & Co. Inc 

MacGregor-Carter Company, 

M&chine Shop Equipment Cor- 
poration. 
Macomber & Ingraham, Inc., 

Mador Construction Co., . 

Magaziner's Model Bakery Inc., . 

Mahoney Trucking Company, 

Maine Coast Marine Co., . 

Maintien Bros. Company, . 



Lowell, . 
Lowell, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Peabody, 
Lynn, . 
Lynn, . 
Millbury, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Westfield, 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Peabody, 
Beverly, 
Chelsea, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Chelsea, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Taunton, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Wareham, 



$2,000 
1 _ 


$25 
I - 


250,000 


10 


50,000 


10 


50,000 


100 


6,000 


10 


5,000 


5 


5,000 


10 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


25 


75,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


2,000 


5 


25,000 


100 


20,000 


100 


100,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


10,000 


2 100 

3 100 


50,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


10,000 


25 


75,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


3,000 


100 


5,000 


25 


400,000 


2 100 

3 100 


5,000 


25 


100,000 


100 


90,000 


MOO 

3 100 



25,000 
5,000 
500 
600 
1,000 
500 
500 
400 
750 
500 
250 
100 
400 
250 
200 
1,000 
100 

2 20 

3 80 
500 

500 

250 

250 

400 

750 

250 

30 

200 

2 2,000 

3 2,000 

200 

1,000 

2 300 

3 600 



$2,000 


Nov. 14, 




1918. 


1 _ 


May 28, 




1918. 


250,000 


May 15, 




1918. 


1,000 


Apr. 10, 




1918. 


50,000 


Aug. 23, 




' 1918. 


3,600 


Oct. 26, 




1918. 


5,000 


May 28, 




1918. 


5,000 


Nov. 21, 




1918. 


300 


Jan. 30, 




1918. 


4,000 


Jan. 15, 




1918. 


75,000 


Mch. 30, 




1918. 


5,000 


Apr. 8, 




1918. 


5,000 


Jan. 25, 




1918. 


10,000 


Jan. 2, 




1918. 


2,000 


Aug. 6, 




1918. 


15,000 


Feb. 4, 




1918. 


20,000 


Jan. 29, 




1918. 


30,000 


Dec. 27, 




1917. 


9,900 


Jan. 7, 




1918. 


2 2,000 


Aug. 1, 


3 8,000 


1918. 


15,000 


Dec. 22, 




1917. 


5,000 


Aug. 16, 




1918. 


25,000 


Oct. 1, 




1918. 


25,000 


Feb. 7, 




1918. 


550 


May 8, 




1918. 


60,000 


Sept. 30, 




1918. 


25,000 


Jan. 30, 




1918. 


3,000 


Oct. 29, 




1918. 


5,000 


Apr. 11, 




1918. 


2 200,000 


Nov. 26, 


3 200,000 


1918. 


5,000 


Nov. 8, 




1918. 


100,000 


July 31, 




1918. 


2 20,000 


Aug. 8, 


3 48,000 


1918. 



' Organized without capital stock iinder provisions of chapter 224, General Acts of 1917. 2 Preferred. 3 Common. 



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Maiden Box Company, Inc., 


Chelsea, . 


810,000 


$100 


100 


$2,000 


Aug. 
1918 


26, Sept. 19, 
1918. 


Maiden Crispette Co., 


Maiden, 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Feb. 
1918 


8, Feb. 
1918 


25, 


Maiden Ice Cream Company, 


Maiden, 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


May 
1918 


6, May 
1918 


17, 


Maiden liaitting Mills, 


Maiden, 


500,000 


100 


5,000 


350,000 


Jan. 
1918 


22, Feb. 
1918 


6, 


Mall Dunn Medicine Company, . 


Lynn, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


50,000 


Mch. 
1918 


23, Mch. 
1918 


27, 


Manchester Cast Stone Products 


Boston, Mass., and 


200,000 


MOO 


1750 


2 300 


Mch. 


6, Mch. 


8, 


Company. 


Manchester, N. H. 




2 100 


2 1,250 




1918 


1918 




Manchester Sugar Company, 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Mch. 
1918 


8, Apr. 
1918 


3, 


Manhattan Shoe Lace Co., Inc., . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


1,000 


Apr. 
1918 


1, Apr. 
1918 


2, 


Manning Gauge Company, The, . 


Medford, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Mch. ; 
1918 


0, May 
1918 


6, 


Manufacturers' Service Bureau, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Mch. : 


5, Apr. 


7, 


Incorporated. 












1918 


1918 




Maple Twin Packing Co., Inc., . 


Lowell, . 


75,000 


1 100 

2 10 


1500 
2 2,500 


2 20,000 


June '. 
1918 


4, July 
1918 


5, 


Marble & Pitcher, Inc., 


Brockton, 


10,000 


100 


100 


6,100 


Apr. 
1918 


2, Apr. 
1918 


5, 


Marcille Theatrical Enterprises, 


New Bedford, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Sept. 


5, Sept. 


6. 


Inc., The. 












1918 


1918 




Marcus & Company, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Sept. 
1917 


7, Jan. 
1918 


5, 


Marcus Mason & Co., Inc., 


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


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


May 
1918 


7, May 
1918 


7, 


Mardick Manufacturing Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


Sept. 
1918 


5, Sept. 
1918 


6, 


Market Transfer Co.,3 


Boston, . 


6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


Oct. i 
1918 


1, Oct. 5 
1918 


2, 


Marlborough Metal Work Co., . 


Marlborough, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Nov. 
1918 


8, Nov. 
1918 


8, 


Marston's Garment Shop, Incor- 


Lawrence, 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


Dec. 


3, Dec. 


5, 


porated. 












1917 


1917 




Martin W. Dugan Company, 


Newburyport, 


15,000 


30 


500 


15,000 


Mch. 5 
1918 


2, Mch. : 
1918 


5, 


Martino Willow Furniture Co., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


June 

1918 
Oct. 5 


7, June 

1918 
6, Oct. 2 


8, 


Massachusetts Auto Trucking Co., 


Worcester, 


60,000 


110 


1 5,000 


2 30 


0, 








2 10 


2 1,000 




1918 


1918 




Mass. Ave. Garage Co., 


Cambridge, . 


2,500 


100 


25 


2,500 


Dec. 1 
1917 
May 


7, Dec. 5 


4, 


Massachusetts Blower Company, 


Watertown, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


400 


1917 
7, May 


7, 


Massachusetts Contracting Com- 


Worcester, 


25,000 


100 


250 


300 


l9l8 
July 2 


1918 
0, July 2 


3, 


pany, The. 












1918 


1918 




Massachusetts Dress Suit Case 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,200 


Dec. 2 


7, Dec. 2 


8, 


Company. 












1917 


1917 




Massachusetts Industrial Plan, 


Boston, . 


300,000 


50 


6,000 


100,000 


May 


1, May 


4, 


Inc. 












1918 


1918 




Massachusetts Knitting Mills, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


3,000 


May 2 
1918 


3, May 2 
1918 


4, 


Massachusetts Lime & Cement 


Cambridge, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


10,000 


Jan. 


3, Jan. 


7, 


Co. 












1918 


1918 




Massachusetts Manufacturing 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


9,000 


July 1 


9, July 2 


2, 


Company of Boston. 












1918 


1918 




Massachusetts Mill Supply Co., 


Chelsea, . 


6,000 


100 


60 


6,000 


Nov. 


6, Dec. 


4, 


Inc. 












1917 


1917 




Massachusetts Motor Trucking 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Mch. 


2, Mch. 2 


1, 


Company. 












1918 


1918 




Massachusetts Motors, Inc., 


Worcester, 


60,000 


110 

2 10 


1 5,000 

2 1,000 


2 30 


Oct. 1 

1918 


9, Oct. 2 
1918 


2, 


Massachusetts Oil Co.,3 


Boston, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Apr. 2 


2, Apr. 2 


6. 














1918 


1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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Massachusetts Oral Hospital, Inc., 

Mass. Property & Business-Men's 
Protective Association Inc., 

Massachusetts Shipping Corpora- 
tion. 

Massachusetts Sprinkler-Power 
and Sanitary Engineering Com- 
pany. 

Massachusetts Woolen Company, 

Massasoit Motor-Car Company, . 

Mathey Brothers, Incorporated, . 

Mathieu Construction Company, 

The. 
Maurice Yozell Corporation, 

Max Zang & Co., Inc., 

Maxim Motor Company, . 

Mayflower Inn Incorporated, 

Mayflower Photoplay Corporation, 

Mayhew Lumber Company, 

Maynard Oil-Gas Burner Com- 
pany. 
Maywood Realty Company,^ 

McCabe Manufacturing Company, 

McCabe Pharmacy, Inc., The, 

McCarron and Shepard Company, 

McGaughev Riordan Company, 

The. 
Mcintosh Machinery Company, 

The. 
McKay Publishing Company, 

McNaull Tire Company of New 
England. 

Medomak River Shipbuilding 
Company. 

Merchants Transportation Com- 
pany. 

Melvin & Badger Co., 

Mercer Coated Paper Co., . 

Merchants and Manufacturers 

Finance Corporation.^ 
Merchants Fruit & Produce Co., . 

Merrill Manufacturing Company, 

Messer Manufacturing Company, 

The. 
Metropolitan Grocery Company, . 

Metropolitan Used Car Company, 



Boston, . 
Somerville, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Chelsea, . 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Chicopee, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Middleborough, 

Plymouth, 

Boston, Mass, 

New York, 
Shelburne, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

North Attleborough, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Saugus, . 

Boston, . 



N. Y. 



Lynn, Mass. 
Waldoboro, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



and 
Me. 



$5,000 

1,500 

500,000 

50,000 

25,000 
15,000 
15,000 
10,000 
15,000 
5,000 

100,000 

150,000 
50,000 
15,000 
30,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
6,000 
25,175 

100,000 
10,000 
10,000 

200,000 
20,000 
55,000 
50,000 
5,100 
6,000 
50,000 
10,000 

100,000 
25,000 



100 

100 

UOO 
2 100 

10 
100 
100 

10 

100 

100 

UOO 

2 100 

100 
10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
10 
50 
UOO 

25 

UOO 

2 100 

150 
250 

100 
UOO 

2 100 

100 
100 

150 
250 

100 



UOO 

2 100 

100 
50 
100 



500 

15 

5,000 

1200 

2300 

2,500 
150 
150 

1,000 

150 

50 

1300 
2700 
1,500 

5,000 
150 
300 
500 
500 

1,000 
120 

1250 
235 

*250 

2750 
170 

2 130 
100 

1 1,000 

2 1,000 

200 

550 

1200 

2 800 

51 



1200 

2300 

100 

2,000 

250 



$5,000 

1,500 

300,000 

2300 

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

4,200 

1 13,800 

2 55,000 

500 

50,000 

15,000 

30,000 

50,000 

300 

1,700 

6,000 

1 14,700 

2 175 

i 25,000 

2 75,000 

1 3,500 

2 6,500 
10,000 

1 50,000 

2 100,000 

20,000 

55,000 

1150 

5,100 

6,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 
10,000 

25,000 

1,300 



Mch. 19, 

19 
Feb. 

19 
May 

19 
Oct. 

19 



Feb. 

19 
Feb. 

19 
July 

19 
Dec. 

19 
Oct. 

19 
July 

19 
Jan. 

19 
Jan. 

19 
July 

19 
Mch 

19 
May 

19 
Apr. 

19 
June 

19 
Mch 

19 
Jan. 

19 
Aug. 

19 
Aug. 

19 
May 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Sept, 

19 
Nov, 

19 
May 

19 
June 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Mch 

19 
Feb. 

19 
May 

19 
Oct. 

19 
May 

19 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
^ Non-cumulative preferred. 



^ Corporation chartered for fifty years from Apr. 2, 1918. 



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Middlesex Biscuit Co., 

Middlesex Chemical Company, 

Middlesex Live-stock Company, 

Midland Wool Co., of Mass., 

Milford Consolidated Company, 

The. 
Millbrook Linen Works, Inc., 

Milliken Machine Company, 

Milvier Company, 

Mishel Leather Co., The, . 

Mittineague Coal Company, The, 

Mizpah Farm, Inc., . 

Mobec Metals Company, . 

Model Comb Company, 

Model Dress Company, Inc., 

Mohawk Amusement Company, 

Inc. 
Mohawk-Cadillac Company, 

Mohawk Transportation Co., 

Moisant Ozonized Water Com- 
pany of Boston. 

Monomoy Weir and Fish Com- 
pany. 

Moore Mfg. Co., Inc., 

Morris I. Elionsky & Co., Inc., . 

Morse Upholstering Co., 

Morton E. Converse and Son 

Company. 
Mosaic Rug Company, 

Moses Ehrlich Iron and Coal Com- 
pany, Incorporated. 
Mosstwin Company, . 

Moulded Rubber Co., The, 

Mt. Tom Supply Company, 

Movable Window Display Com- 
pany. 

Mundale Farmers Cooperative 
Exchange. 

Munsell Color Company, . 

Murphy Aluminum and Bronze 

Foundry, Inc. 
Murphy Tire & Rubber Company, 

Murray Printing Company, The, 



H. 



and 



Maiden, 

Cambridge, 

Lexington, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Milford, N. 
Boston, . 

Newton, 

Brookline, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Adams, . 

Boston, . 

Leominster, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Greenfield, 

Boston, ". 

Boston, . 

Chatham, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Winchendon, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Holyoke, 

Beverly, 

Westfield, 

Boston, . 

Amesbury, 



Lynn, Mass., and 
Providence, R. I. 
Cambridge, . 



15,000 
50,000 
15,000 

1,000 
10,000 
75,000 
25,000 
10,000 
50,000 
30,000 
50,000 
50,000 
20,000 

5,000 
25,000 
30,000 

5,000 
25,000 
10,000 

5,000 
11,500 
25,000 
200,000 
50,000 
85,000 
150,000 
25,000 

5,000 

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



$100 
10 
100 
10 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
110 

2 10 

>10 

2 10 

100 
25 

100 

10 
100 
100 

50 
100 

10 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 
1100 

25 

100 

50 

100 

5 

50 

100 

1100 

2 100 

MOO 

2 100 



50 
5,000 
150 
100 
100 
750 
250 
100 
500 

1 1,500 

2 1,500 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 

500 

800 

50 

2,500 

300 

50 

500 

100 

500 

115 

500 

2,000 

500 

850 

1 1,000 

2 10,000 

250 

100 

20 

2,000 

2,000 

100 

1125 
2 125 
3500 
2500 



$5,000 
50,000 
15,000 

1,000 
10,000 

5,300 

16,000 

10,000 

300 

1 15,000 
2 15,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
50,000 

5,000 

5,000 

30 

30,000 

300 

25,000 

7,000 

5,000 

11,500 

5,000 

200,000 

50,000 

85,000 

, '15 

2,500 

150 

2,000 

80 

100,000 

10,000 

2 4,500 

2 3,000 



Dec. 20, 

1917. 
Dec. 19, 

1917, 
Nov 

1918, 
Apr. 12, 

1918 
Apr. 10 

1918 
Mch. 18, 
. 1918 
May 24, 

1918 
July 

1918, 
Feb. 

1918, 
Aug. 14, 

1918 
Mch. 16, 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Dec. 21 

1917 
Dec. 26, 

1917 
July 26 

1918 
Feb. 26, 

1918 
Mch. 13, 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
July 

1918, 
Oct. 

1918 
Nov. 

1918 
May ] 

1918 
Aug. 

1918, 
Mch. 5 

1918 
Mch. c 

1918 
Oct. 1 

1917 
Sept. 2 

1918, 
Mch. ] 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918, 
July 

1918 
June 

1918 
Feb 

1918, 



22, 



26, 



Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 
Nov. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
June 12, 

1918. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Feb. 13, 

1918. 
Aug. 21, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 8, 

1918. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
Jan. 24, 

1918. 
Aug. 31, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
Mch. 14, 

1918. 
July 9, 

1918. 
Oct. 21, 

1918. 
Nov. 15, 

1918. 
May 16, 

1918. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 22, 

1918. 
Oct. 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
July 26, 

1918. 
June 10, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



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Boston, . 


$100,000 


i$50 


1 1,600 


1 $80,000 


Sept. 23 


, Sept. 25, 








2 50 


2 400 


2 20,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Mutual Shoemakers, Inc., The, . 


Maiden, 


50,000 


1100 


1250 


2 300 


July K 


, July 19, 








2 100 


2 250 




1918. 


1918. 


Mystic Mica Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


110 


1 2,500 


1 25,000 


Dec. 3 


, Dec. 18, 




Grafton, N. H. 




2 10 


2 2,500 


2 25,000 


1917. 


1917. 


N. H. Ware Amusement Company, 


Beverly, 


25,000 


100 


250 


15,000 


Dec. 11 


, Dec. 20, 


Incorporated. 












1917. 


1917. 


Nahant Fish Company, 


Nahant, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


500 


Jan. 24 
1918. 


, Feb. 1, 
1918. 


Nantucket Shipbuilding Company, 


Nantucket, 


25,000 


100 


250 


8,000 


May 9 
1918. 


, May 9, 
1918. 


Napoli Macaroni Mfg. Co., 


Boston, . 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


25,000 


Nov. 5 
1918. 


, Nov. 16, 
1918. 


Narragansett Ship Building Com- 


Fall River, Mass., 


150,000 


UO 


1 10,000 


1 100,000 


Mch. 27 


Apr. 10, 


pany.' 


and Portsmouth, 
R. L 
Boston, . 




2 10 


2 5,000 


2 50,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Nathan Diamond Shoe Company, 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,500 


July 27 


July 30, 


The. 












1918. 


1918. 


Nathan Kramer's Sons Company, 


Springfield, 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


Aug. 19 


Sept. 9, 


Incorporated. 












1918. 


1918. 


National Blacking Company, 


Boston, . 


1,350 


10 


135 


1,350 


Oct. 19 
1918. 


Oct. 22, 
1918. 


National Dye House, Inc., . 


Boston, Mass., and 
Nashua, N. H. 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Nov. 5 
1918. 


Nov. 26, 
1918. 


National Gravure Co., 


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


30,000 


100 


300 


4,000 


Aug. 23 
1918. 


Aug. 24, 
1918. 


National Income System, Inc., . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


Aug. 12 
1918. 


Sept. 13, 
1918. 


National Lumber Company, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


30,000 


Dec. 8 
1917. 


Dec. 10, 
1917. 


National Manufacturing Company 


Leominster, . 


25,000 


1100 


1100 


1 5,000 


Apr. 9 


Apr. 15, 


of Leominster, Inc. 






2 100 


2 150 


2 10,000 


1918. 


1918. 


National Tire & Rubber Company, 


Boston, . 


32,000 


100 


320 


32,000 


July 27 

1918. 
Mch. 30 


July 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 


National Window Cleaning Co., . 


Haverhill, 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


1,000 














1918. 


1918. 


National Wood Heel Company, . 


Haverhill, 


7,500 


100 


75 


7,590 


May 27 
1918. 


May 27, 
1918. 


Nature's Fertilizer Company, 


Boston, . 


600,000 


110 


1 10,000 


1 100,000 


Mch. 19 


Mch. 29, 








2 10 


2 50,000 


2 500,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Neck Market Company, 


Boston, . 


3,000 


30 


100 


3,000 


July 10 
1918. 


July 11, 
1918. 


Nekia Manufacturing Company, . 


Lawrence, Mass., 


50,000 


1100 


1250 


2 300 


May 21 


May 23, 




and Franklin, 




2 100 


2 250 




1918. 


1918. 




N. H. 














Nelson Machine Company, 


Taunton, 


300,000 


100 


3,000 


1,000 


Sept. 11 
1918. 


Sept. 12, 
1918. 


Nelson Rivet Company, 


Raynham, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Dec. 4 

1917. 
Dec. 1 


Dec. 5, 
1917. 


Neponset Wet Wash Laundry, 


Boston, . 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Dec. 7, 


Inc. 












1917. 


1917. 


Nettleton Company, The, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Dec. 21 

1917. 


Dec. 21, 
1917. 


New American Hotel Company, . 


Pittsfield, 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Apr. 24 

1918. 
Apr. 23 


Apr. 25, 

1918. 
May 3, 


New Athens Press, Inc., The, 


Lowell, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 














1918. 


1918. 


New Bedford Cotton Waste Com- 


New Bedford, 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


July 25 


July 26, 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


New England .\musement Enter- 


Boston, . 


1,200 


10 


120 


1,200 


Mch. 25 


Apr. 12. 


prises, Inc. 












1918. 


1918. 


New England Auto. & Tire Ex., 

Inc. 
New England Buff Company, 


Cambridge, . 


3,000 


50 


60 


1,250 


Apr. 26 
1918. 

Feb. 25 
1918. 


Apr. 27, 
1918 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Feb. 27, 
1918. 


New England Cancer Institute, 


Brockton, 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


May 28, 


May 29, 


The. 










1918. 


1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Conmion. 



3 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



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Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



is 
ace 



3 o 



New England Castings Company, 
New England Chemical Company, 

New England Club Hotel Associa- 
tion, Inc. 

New England Cotton Tie Com- 
pany, The. 

New England Dehydrating Com- 
pany. 

New England Electric Lamp Com- 
pany. 

New England Fruit Growers' Ex- 
change. 

New England Fuel and Supply 
Company. 

New England Industries Export 
Corporation. 

New England Mechano-Chemical 
Laboratories, Inc. 

New England Mill Equipment 
Company. 

New England Minerals Company, 

New England Motor Transport 

Company. 
New England Paper Export Corp., 

New England Poultry Producers' 

Exchange. 
New England Refining Co., 

New England States Fireproofing 
Company. 

New England Upholstering Co., 
Inc. 

New England Upholstery Supply 
Co., Inc. 

New England Warehoiise Com- 
pany. 

New England Woolen Yarn Com- 
pany. 

New Gilmore Hotel Company, 
The. 

New Hampshire Pork Products 
Company. 

New Hotel Victoria Company, . 

New Idea Chemical Company, . 

New York Herring Market Co., . 

Newmark's Woman's Shop, Inc., . 

Newton Combing Company, 

Nichols Confectionery Company, 

Nichols Dry Goods Co., The, 

Nichols Ice and Ice Cream Com- 
pany. 
Nickerson Supply Company, 

Nielsen Glove Company, 

Noble Jackson Company, . 



East Longmeadow, 
Boston, . 
Falmouth, 
Maiden, 
Boston, . 
Danvers, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, , 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Maiden, . 
Boston, . 
North Adams, 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 



and 
H. 



Boston, Mass, 
Stoddard, N 
Boston, . 

Brookline, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Newton, 

Lawrence, 



Boston, Mass., and 

Ogunquit, Maine 

Haverhill, 



Holyoke, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$99,000 
50,000 


i$100 

2 10 

100 


1900 

2 900 

500 


25,000 


250 


100 


1,500 


100 


15 


5,000 


50 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


30,000 
50,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


UOO 

2 200 

500 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 
250,000 


uoo 

2 100 

10 


1 100 

2 100 

25,000 


50,000 
50,000 


uoo 

2 100 

uoo 


1400 

2 100 

4 500 


5,000 


25 


200 


10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


50 


100 


6,000 


100 


60 


50,000 


100 


500 


150,000 
10,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1500 

2 1,000 

100 


20,000 
25,000 


1 10 

2 10 

100 


11,000 

2 1,000 

250 


5,000 


10 


500 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


75,000 


100 


750 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 


100 


500 


200,000 
10,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100 


1 1,000 

2 1,000 

100 


10,000 


50 


200 


80,000 


uo 

2 10 


1 5,000 

2 3,000 



2 $40 
20,000 
25,000 
1,500 
5,000 
7,500 



1 10,000 

2 20,000 

2,500 

10,000 
2 10,000 
175,000 

1 40,000 

2 10,000 

4 300 



550 

10,000 

2,500 

3,000 

10,000 

1 50,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

300 

5,000 

300 

5,000 

10,000 

10,000 

1 50,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

3,500 

2 30 



Apr. 5 

1918, 
Aug. 

1918, 
May 25 

1918, 
Aug. 15 

1918 
July 25 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Apr. J 

1918 
Feb. ^ 

1918 
Sept. 17, 

1918 
Oct. c 

1918 
Sept. 23, 

1918 
Mch. 

1918, 
Nov. 

1918, 
Apr. 22 

1918, 
Apr. 1 

1918, 
Feb. 

1918, 
July 23 

1918, 
June 13 

1918, 
July 16, 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Mch. 14 

1918 
Mch. 15 

1918 
Apr. 

1918, 
May 18 

1918, 
Aug. 10 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Nov. 16, 

1918 
Mch. 22, 

1918 
Oct. ^ 

1918, 
Jan. 

1918, 
Jan. 

1918, 
Jan. 5 

1918 
Mch. 1 

1918 



Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Aug. 2. 

1918. 
June 13, 

1918. 
Sept. 11, 

1918. 
July 27, 

1918. 
Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Apr. 4, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
Sept. 21, 

1918. 
Nov. 4, 

1918. 
Oct. 4, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Nov. 5, 

1918. 
Apr. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
July 16, 

1918. 
Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 5, 

1918. 
May 21, 

1918. 
Aug. 13, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 
Nov. 18, 

1918 . 
Mch. 25. 

1918. 
Oct. 22, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 
* Common. 



' Organized without capital stock under provisions of chapter 224, General Acts of 1917. 
* General. 



36 



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[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 









O 



0-2 



^ 






.2.2 



Nonotuck Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 
Norfolk Shoe Shop, Inc., 

North American Leather Com- 
pany. 
Northampton Milk Exchange, Inc ., 

Northampton Street Stables, In- 
corporated. 
Northampton Tobacco Company, 

Northeastern Cotton Company, . 

Northeastern Leather Company, . 

Northfield Farmers Cooperative 

Exchange. 
Northway Motors Corporation, . 

Norwood Construction Company, 

Norwood Lumber Company, 

Novelty Amusement Company, . 

Oak Square Realty, Inc.,' . 

Odd Fellows Building Association 

of Needham.'' 
O'Keefife & Lynch, Inc., 

Old Colony Foundry Co., . 

Old Colony Motor Company, 

Old Colony Transportation Com- 
pany, Inc. 

Old Colony Woolen Mills Com- 
pany. 



Old Farmer's Almanac, Incorpo- 
rated, The. 
Old Tuck Cranberry Company, 

Onlee Headlight Controller Co 

The. 
Opera Fur Co 

Opera Holding Company, . 

Operatives Cloak & Suit Co., 

Optical Lens Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Orange Whistle Company of New 
England. 

Orpin Brothers Inc 

Orr Motor Company, Incorporated, 
Osborn-MacMillan, Incorporated, 
Oulton Manufacturing Company, 



Chicopee, 

Cambridge, . 

Chelsea, . 

Northampton, 

Boston, . 

Northampton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Northfield, . 

Boston, . 

Norwood, 

Norwood, 

Revere, 

Boston, . 

Needham, 

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

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., 
Sangerville, Me., 
Rochester, N. H., 
and New York, 
N.Y. 

Boston, . 

Harwich, 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Southbridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Pittsfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$25,000 
3,000 
50,000 
25,000 
15,000 
50,000 
50,000 

300,000 
10,000 
5,000,000 
50,000 
25,000 
30,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 

100,000 

25,000 

5,000 

1,250,000 

25,000 

20,000 

75,000 

1,000 

50,000 

10,000 

350,000 

10,000 

170,000 

5,000 

1,000 

50,000 



$100 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 
1100 

2 100 

100 

uoo 

2 100 

5 

110 

2 10 

100 
100 
100 
100 
10 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

100 



uo 

2 10 



100 
100 

uoo 

2 100 

10 
100 
100 

uoo 

2 25 
100 

100 

50 

100 

uo 

2 10 



250 

30 

500 

UOO 

2 150 

150 

1250 

2 250 

500 

1 1,500 

2 1,600 

2,000 

1200,000 

2300,000 

500 

250 

300 

100 

2,500 

100 

1500 

2 500 

250 

100 

1 40,000 

2 85,000 



250 

200 

1250 

2 500 

100 

500 

100 

1 1,500 

2 8,000 

100 

1,700 

100 

10 

1 2,500 

2 2,500 



$4,000 

3,000 

10,000 

2 1,400 

15,000 

2 10,000 

50,000 

1 81,000 

2 100,000 

235 

1 2,000,000 

2 3,000,000 

300 

25,000 

30,000 

5,000 

90 

300 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

6,000 

5,000 

1 363,200 

2 780,000 

25,000 

20,000 

1 1,500 

2 46,000 

1,000 

400 

600 

1 65,000 
2 75 
300 

170,000 

5,000 

700 

1 26,000 

2 25,000 



Nov. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 30, 

1918. 
Aug. 22, 

1918. 
July 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Dec. 12, 

1917. 
Dec. 19, 

1917. 
June 18, 

1918. 
May 25, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
Jan. 28, 

1918. 
Feb. 20, 

1918. 
July 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Dec. 5, 

1917. 



July 31, 

1918. 
Oct. 2, 

1917. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
July 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
Aug. 7, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1917. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Dec. 8, 

1917. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for twenty-five years. 
* Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



37 



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3 


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1 
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NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 


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Over-Land Shoe Manufacturing 


Boston, Mass., and 


S40,000 


$100 


400 


S30,000 


Mch. 


6, Mch. 25, 


Company. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 










1918 


1918. 


Owen Tire Company, 


Boston, . 


40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


Dec. 
1917 


1, Dec. 
1917 


4, 


Owners Transportation Co., Inc., 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Sept. 
1918 


6, Sept. 
1918 


7, 


P. A. Field Shoe Company, 


Beverly, 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Nov. 
1918 


1, Nov. 
1918 


5, 


P. J. McGourthy Company, 


Boston, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


June 1 
1918 


8, July 
1918 


3, 


P. M. Taylor's Organization, Inc., 


Springfield, 


10,000 


100 


100 


300 


May 
1918 


6, May 
1918 


9, 


Pacific Carbon Products Company, 


Boston, . 


250,000 


5 


50,000 


200,000 


Aug. 
1918 


3, Aug. ] 
1918 


2, 


Pacific Products Corporation, 


Boston, . 


100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Apr. i 
1918 


0, Apr. 2 
1918 


4, 


Packard Auto Exchange Com- 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


20,000 


May 


6," May 2 


2, 


pany. 


* 










1918 


1918 




Page Needle Company, 


Chicopee, 


300,000 


1100 


1 1,500 


1 125,000 


Mch. 


8, Mch. 2 


5, 








MOO 


2 1,500 


2 150,000 


1918 


1918 




Panama Raincoat Company, 


Boston, . 


3,000 


100 


30 


3,000 


Feb. 5 
1918 


6, Feb. 2 
1918 


6, 


Panco Mfg. Co., 


Boston, . 


200,000 


110 


1 10,000 


1 10,000 


Apr. 5 


9, May 


3. 








2 10 


2 10,000 


2 100,000 


1918 


1918 




Paper Box Company, 


Walpole, 


6,000,000 


3 100 


8 20,000 


< 750,000 


May 1 


0, May ] 


0, 








MOO 


* 30,000 


2 750,000 


1918 


1918 










MOO 


2 10,000 










Paper City Mfg. Co., 


Holyoke, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Oct. 
1918 


7, Oct. 
1918 


8, 


Paragon Pictures, Inc., 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Nov. 1 
1918 


4, Nov. 1 
1918 


5, 


Parcel Transfer Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


2,000 


Oct. S 
1918 


3, Oct. 2 
1918 


4, 


Paris Style Button Company, 


Leominster, . 


25,000 


MO 


1 1,000 


1 10,000 


July 


5, Aug. 


7, 








MO 


2 1,500 


2 15,000 


1918 


1918 




Park Company Inc., The, . 


Northampton, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 5 
1918 


0, July 2 
1918 


9, 


Park Pharmacy, Inc., 


Holyoke, 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


June 
1918 


4, June 
1918 


6, 


Parker Hardware Company, 


Norwood, 


10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Mch. 
1918 


2, Mch. 
1918 


5, 


Parks-Cramer Company, 


Fitchburg, Mass., 
and Charlotte, N. 
C. 

Boston, Mass., and 


600,000 


100 


6,000 


~ 


Sept. 
1918 


7, Sept. 
1918 


7, 


Pawtucfcet^New York Transporta- 


500,000 


MOO 


1 2,750 


1 275,000 


Mch. 1 


9, Mch. 2 


3, 


tion Company. 


Pawtucket, R. I. 




MOO 


2 2,250 


2 225,000 


1918 


1918 




Pearson Piano Company, . 


Worcester, 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Nov. 2 
1918 


6, Nov. 2 
1918 


9, 


Peerless Dress Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


100 


500 


5,000 


Feb. 
1918 


4, Feb. 
1918 


6, 


Peerless Realty Co..^ . 


Boston, . 


95,000 


MOO 


1500 


1 50,000 


Mch. 2 


8, Apr. 


2, 








MOO 


2 450 


2 45,000 


1918 


1918 




Peerless Shoe Company, The,^ . 


Brockton, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


4,000 


May 
1918 


3, May 
1918 


7. 


Pembroke Inn, Inc 


Pembroke, 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


200 


Apr. 
1918 


8, Apr. 1 
1918 


2, 


Penn Gas & Oil Co 


Lowell, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


July 2 

1918 

Dec. 2 


6, Aug. 1 

1918 

6, Dec. 2 


3, 


Peoples Coal & Mason Supply Co., 


Lynn, . 


50,000 


50 


1,000 


150 


7, 














1917 


1917 




People's Coal Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


50 


200 


10,000 


Aug. 2 

1918 

Nov. 1 


9, Aug. 2 


9, 


Peoples' Mutual Supply Company, 


Boston, . 


99,000 


5 


19,800 


99,000 


1918 
3, Nov. 1 


9, 


Inc. 












1918 


1918 




Perfection Machine Company, 


Boston, . 


99,000 


100 


990 


99,000 


June 2 
1918 
Dec. 


7, July 1 


8, 


Perini & Cadario, Incorporated, . 


Boston, . 


15,000 


100 


150 


15,000 


1918 
6, Jan. 


5. 


P- ^ — 












1917 


1918. 
■ — ^ 



1 Preferred. 
* Common. 



' First preferred. 
* Second preferred. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



38 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



SCO mPn 



Period Furniture Mfg. Company, 
Perkins Box Company, 
Perpetual Calendar Mfg. Co., The, 
Perrine & Cathcart, Inc., . 

Perrine Company, 
Perry-Estabrook Press, Inc., 
Perry Theatres Inc., . 
Pfeiffer Bros. Co., 
Philip H. Butler & Son Co., 
Phipps, Ball, Burnham Co., 
Phoenix Leather Co., 
Pickett-Elliott-Teague Company, 
Pilgrim Farm, Inc., . 
Pilgrim Oil & Gas Company, 

Pilgrim Rubber Footwear Com- 
pany. 

Pilgrim Talking Machine Com- 
pany. 

Pilot Publishing Company, 

Pingree Company of Lawrence, 

Pitt Real Estate Repairing Co., 

Pittsfield Grocers Association In- 
corporated. 
Pittsfield Laundry Company, 

Plymouth Yarn Company, . 

Pond-Ekberg Company, The, 

Porter Company, 

Portland Drug Co., . 

PostofF-Belsky Co., . 

Pratt Bog Company, Inc., 

Premier Lunch Company, 

Premier Machine & Press Com- 
pany. 

Prior Motor Service Company, 
Inc. 

Prior Transportation Company, 
Inc. 

Priscilla Yarn and Blanket Com- 
pany. 

Professional Bag Company, 



, and 
I. 



Boston, . 
Gloucester, •. 
Boston, . 

Lawrence, Mass. 

and Providence 

R. L 
Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, Mass 
Newport, R, 
Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Beverly, 

Middleborough, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Plymouth, 

Springfield, 

Stoneham, 

Boston, . 

Greenfield, 

Plymouth, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



$10,000 


SlOO 


40,000 


100 


5,000 


100 


25,000 


uoo 

2 100 


90,000 
25,000 


uoo 

2 100 

100, 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


50,000 


10 


20,000 


100 


6,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


75,000 
25,000 


uoo 
uoo 

100 


5,000 


50 


25,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


5,000 


10 


10,000 


100 


20,000 


100 


100,000 


100 


15,000 


100 


12,000 


100 


25,000 


100 


18,000 


100 


5,000 


100 


10,000 


100 


1,000,000 
5,000 


uoo 
uoo 

100 


10,000 


100 


50,000 


100 


10,000 


100 



100 

400 

50 

U40 
UIO 

1300 

2 600 

250 

500 

100 

250 

5,000 

200 

60 

150 

1250 

2 500 

250 

100 

250 

250 

500 

100 

200 

1,000 

150 

120 

250 

180 

50 

100 

1 7,000 

2 3,000 

50 

100 
500 
100 



$2,500 


Jan. 16, 




1918. 


40,000 


Jan. 16, 




1918. 


5,000 


Aug. 26, 




1918. 


1 14,000 


Mch. 13, 


2 11,000 


1918. 


1 30,000 


July 15, 


2 60,000 


1918. 


25,000 


May 10, 




1918. 


25,000 


Apr. 29, 




1918. 


10,000 


Sept. 24, 




1918. 


25,000 


Mch. 25, 




1918. 


50,000 


Aug. 22, 




1918. 


13,000 


Sept. 12, 




1918. 


6,000 


Mch. 30, 




1918. 


15,000 


Mch. 12, 




1918. 


1 25,000 


Feb. 23, 


2 50,000 


1918. 


25,000 


Dec. 11, 




1917. 


5,000 


Aug. 27, 




1918. 


25,000 


Dec. 14, 




1917. 


25,000 


Aug. 27, 




1918. 


500 


July 9, 




1918. 


10,000 


July 29, 




1918. 


20,000 


Apr. 5, 




1918. 


100,000 


July 16, 




1918. 


8,000 


Nov. 2, 




1918. 


12,000 


Apr. 23, 




1918. 


9,000 


July 11, 




1918. 


18,000 


Jan. 29, 




1918. 


5,000 


July 25, 




1918. 


10,000 


Jan. 14, 




1918. 


2 300 


Apr. 11, 




1918. 


500 


Jan. 4, 




1918. 


500 


Jan. 4, 




1918. 


5,500 


July 8, 




1918. 


10,000 


Oct. 30, 




1918. 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



1918. 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Where Located. 


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Progressive Baking Company, 


Springfield, . 


$7,500 


$100 


75 


$7,500 


Mch. 27 


, Apr. 3, 
















1918. 


1918. 


Prosper Shevenell & Son, Inc., . 


Haverhill, 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


July 1 

1918. 

Apr. 4 


July 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 5, 


Puritan Beverage Company, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


5 


5,000 


6,000 
















1918. 


1918. 


Puritan-Tanners' Yolk-Inc, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


150 


1400 


1300 


May 3 


May 8, 










2 50 


2 600 


2450 


1918. 


1918. 


Quaker City Morocco Company 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Mch. 26 


Mch. 27, 


of Massachusetts. 














1918. 


1918. 


Quako Bottling Company of New 


Boston, . 




100,000 


10 


10,000 


100,000 


June 20 


June 21, 


England. 














1918. 


1918. 


Quality Sausage Company, 


Gardner, 




20,000 


10 


2,000 


3,000 


July 20 
1918. 


Aug. 5, 
1918. 


Queen Mills Incorporated, . 


Plympton, 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Jan. 29 
1918. 


Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Quinapoxet Manufacturing Com- 


Holden, 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Dec. 12 


Dee. 12, 


pany. 














1917. 


1917. 


Quiney Manufacturing Co., The, 


Quiney, 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Apr. 8 
1918. 


Apr. 15, 
1918. 


R. A. Wood Company Incorpo- 


Lowell, . 




100,000 


'100 


'500 


3 50,000 


May 14 


May 29, 


rated. 








MOO 


<500 


« 50,000 


1918. 


1918. 


R. &M. ShoeCo 


Lynn, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


3,000 


Nov. 20 
1918. 


Nov. 21, 
1918. 


R. and R. Plumbing Corporation, 


Worcester, 




5,000 


50 


100 


1,850 


Apr. 15 


Apr. 25, 


The. 














1918. 


1918. 


R. Bardenheuer Co 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


15,000 


Mch. 30 
1918. 


Apr. 2, 
1918. 


R. D. Gordon Company, . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


5 


5,000 


25,000 


Feb. 15 
1918. 


Mch. 4, 
1918. 


R. E. Kerwin Co., 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Apr. 24 
1918. 


Apr. 30, 
1918. 


R. F. Hudson Company, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


300 


June 18 
1918. 


June 25, 
1918. 


R. H. Long Company, 


Framingham, 




10,000,000 


100 


100,000 


10,000,000 


Dec. 31 

1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


R-J-R Exterminating Company, 


Boston, . 




25,000 


10 


2,500 


8,000 


July 26 


July 30, 


Inc., The. 














1918. 


1918. 


R. M. Sauers, Inc., . 


Worcester, 




25,000 


10 


2,500 


2,500 


Mch. 18 
1918. 


Mch. 29, 
1918. 


R. R. Bunnell Coal Company, 


Springfield, 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Sept. 21 
1918. 


Oct. 5, 
1918. 


Rabinowitz Delicatessen and 


Boston, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


2,500 


Dec. 26 


Deo. 27, 


Lunch Company. 














1917. 


1917. 


Rains Tailoring Company, . 


Haverhill, 




10,000 


100 


100 


5,000 


Mch. 11 
1918. 


Mch. 13, 
1918. 


Rand & Byam, Inc 


Boston, . 




250,000 


IQO 


2,500 


200,000 


Oct. 25 
1918. 


Oct. 26, 
1918. 


Ray Oil Burning Systems Com- 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


3,000 


Sept. 24 


Sept. 25, 


pany. 














1918. 


1918. 


Raymond-Shapiro Shoe Co., 


Lynn, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


4,000 


Mch. 14 
1918. 


Mch. 15, 
1918. 


Reading-Boston Express Company, 


Reading, 




10,000 


3 10 

<10 


3 500 
^500 


4 5,000 


May 6 
1918. 


May 7, 
1918. 


Realty Co. of Boston, The,* 


Boston, . 




50,000 


3 50 


3500 


3 25,000 


Dec. 7 


Dec. 7, 










<50 


<500 


4 25,000 


1917. 


1917. 


Record Newspaper Company, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


5 


2,000 


15 


Dec. 19 

1917. 


Dec. 20, 
1917. 


Reid & Thomas, Inc., 


Brockton, 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Jan. 16 
1918. 


Jan. 28, 
1918. 


Reid Brothers Company, . 


Beverly, 




20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


Mch. 21 
1918. 


Mch. 26, 
1918. 


Reliance Waste Company, . 


Lowell, 




20,000 


100 


200 


4,000 


Aug. 24 
1918. 


Sept. 3, 
1918. 


Renmor Lumber Company, 


Chelsea, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Sept. 13 
1918. 


Sept. 16, 
1918. 


Republic Truck Company of Bos- 


Boston, . 




100,000 


100 


1,000 


100,000 


Jan. 11 


Jan. 16, 


ton. 












1918. 


1918. 






1 Common, Class A. 


8 Preferred. 




s CorpoK 


ition char 


tered for forty-nine yea 


rs. 


2 Common, Class B. 


* Con 


unon. 















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Revere Confectionery Company, . 


Revere, . 


$5,000 


$100 


50 


$5,000 


Nov. 26 
1918. 


, Nov. 30, 
1918. 


Richardson Drug Co., 


Concord, 


20,000 


100 


200 


300 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


, Jan. 2, 
1918. 


Richford Consolidated Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 


10,000 


1100 


150 


1 5,000 


June 18 


June 19, 




Richford, Vt. 




2 25 


2 200 


2 5,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Richmond Candy Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


300 


Mch. 5 
1918. 


, Mch. 6, 
1918. 


Richmond Farmers' Cooperative 


Richmond, 


10,000 


6 


2,000 


35 


Feb. 1 


Feb. 13, 


Exchange. 












1918. 


1918. 


Richmond Garage Company, Inc., 


Springfield, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


2,000 


July 5 


July 10, 


The. 












1918. 


1918. 


Riendeau's Shoe Shop, Inc., 


Worcester, 


15,000 


100 


150 


300 


Jan. 22 
1918. 


Jan. 22, 
1918. 


River Manufacturing Company, . 


Fall River, . 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


June 5 
1918. 


Jime 6, 
1918. 


Riverside Garage, Inc., 


Haverhill, 


10,000 


100 


100 


6,000 


Jan. 17 
1918. 


Jan. 18, 
1918. 


Riverside Paint & Varnish Com- 


Boston, . 


30,000 


100 


300 


20,000 


Sept. 26 


Sept. 27, 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


Robert E. Croke Company, 


Boston, . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Apr. 22 
1918. 


Apr. 25, 
1918. 


Roberts-Lamb Company, The, . 


Springfield, . 


20,000 


125 


1400 


1 10,000 


Apr. 13 


Apr. 15, 








2 25 


2 400 


2 10,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Roberts Lightning Mixer Com- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


5,000 


Apr. 8 


Apr. 10, 


pany. 












1918. 


1918. 


Robinson Bros. Company, . 


Plainville, 


50,000 


100 


500 


700 


May 15 
1918. 


May 28, 
1918. 


Robinson Building Company, 


Attleboro, 


50,000 


100 


500 


32,500 


June 24 
1918. 


June 27, 
1918. 


Rockland Grocery and Provision 


Rockland, 


10,000 


50 


200 


2,000 


Jan. 30 


Feb. 7, 


Company. 












1918. 


1918. 


Rogers & Briggs, Inc., 


Lyrm, . 


71,200 


3 100 


8 200 


3 20,000 


May 25 


May 27. 








MOO 


^500 


« 50,000 


1918. 


1918. 








2 10 


2 120 


2 1,200 






Rolfe Productions Inc. of New 


Boston, . ' . 


1,000 


10 


100 


1,000 


Sept. 10 


Sept. 16, 


England. 












1918. 


1918. 


Roslindale Hardware Company, . 


Boston, . 


75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Dec. 26 

1917. 


Dec. 27, 
1917. 


Rossetti Contracting Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


2,500 


Sept. 11 


Sept. 13, 


Inc. 












1918. 


1918. 


Rothbard-Blake Shoe Company, . 


Lynn, . 


25,000 


100 


250 


8,100 


Aug. 8 
1918. 


Aug. 9, 
1918. 


Rotherham Bros. Inc., 


Revere, . 


40,000 


100 


400 


40,000 


Dec. 3 
1917. 


Dec. 7, 
1917. 


Rourke Shoe Co 


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


10,000 


100 


100 


4,000 


May 16 
1918. 


May 17, 
1918. 


Routhier & Delisle Company, 


Lowell, . 


20,000 


100 


200 


10,000 


Dec. 21 
1917. 


Dec. 22, 
1917. 


Roxbury Trucking Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


3,300 


Oct. 1 
1918. 


Oct. 2, 
1918. 


Royal Coat & Skirt Company, 


Boston, . 


5,000 


10 


500 


5,000 


Nov. 16 


Jan. 7, 


The, 












1917. 


1918. 


Royal Restaurant Company, 


Gloucester, . 


5,000 


60 


100 


150 


Apr. 26 
1918. 


Apr. 26, 
1918. 


Rozes Bros. Inc., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


10,000 


Jan. 7 
1918. 


Jan. 16, 
1918. 


Ruby and Columbia Investment 


Boston, Mass., and 


5,000 


5 


1,000 


5,000 


Jan. 2 


Jan. 10, 


Company. 


Basin, Mont. 










1918. 


1918. 


Rufus Coffin & Co., Inc., . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


June 13 

1918. 


June 15, 
1918. 


Russell Furniture Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


100 


100 


300 


Mch. 5 
1918. 


Mch. 11, 
1918. 


S-A Lace & Embroidery Works, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


30 


Oct. 24 
1918. 


Oct. 25. 
1918. 


S. D. Warren Company, 


Boston, . 


8,500,000 


6 100 


5 15,000 


6 2,600,000 


Apr. 26 


Apr. 29. 








6 100 


« 30,000 


? 500,000 


1918. 


1918. 








uoo 


7 10,000 


2 1,500,000 












2 100 


2 30,000 




1 


- ' ' 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



8 First preferred. 
* Second preferred. 



6 Prior preference. 
• Preferred, Class A. 



' Preferred, Class B. 



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8. F. Matthews Co 


Boston, . 


810,000 


$100 


100 


$10,000 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 7. 
















1918. 


1918. 


S. H. Abbott Company, 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


Jan. 2, 
1918. 


S. Krock & Co. Inc.,i 


Boston, . 




25,000 


100 


250 


25,000 


Aug. 26, 
1918. 


Aug. 27, 
1918. 


Sailors Uniform Company, The, . 


Boston, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


550 


Jan. 9, 
1918. 


Jan. 15, 
1918. 


Salem Auto Supply Company, . 


Salem, . 




15,000 


100 


150 


13,500 


July 29, 
1918. 


Aug. 29, 
1918. 


Salem Shoe Manufacturing Com- 


Salem, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


6,000 


Aug. 1, 


Aug. 6, 


pany. 














1918. 


1918. 


Salem Supply Co. Inc., ' . 


Salem, . 




3,000 


10 


300 


3,000 


Oct. 15, 
1918. 


Oct. 16, 
1918. 


Salem Turn Shoe Company, 


Salem, . 




5,000 


50 


100 


4,950 


Feb. 11, 
1918. 


Apr. 17. 
1918. 


Sampson & Coleman, Inc., . 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


6,000 


June 29, 
1918. 


July 17, 
1918. 


Samuel Hipkiss Company, . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


10 


2,500 


930 


Dec. 26, 
1917. 


Jan. 10, 
1918. 


Sandler Shoe Company, 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


May 10, 
1918. 


May 20, 
1918. 


Sandow Motor Truck Company of 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 30, 


New England. 














1918. 


1918. 


Santa Barbara Products Company, 


Lynn, . 




50,000 


2 10 

3 10 


2 1,000 

3 4,000 


3 50 


Jan. 12, 
1918. 


Nov. 5, 
1918. 


Sawyer Company, Inc., The, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


2 100 

MOO 


2 250 
'250 


3 800 


Apr. 10, 
1918. 


Apr. 18, 
1918. 


Scholes, Higgins & Willumsen, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


July 26, 


July 31, 


Inc. 














1918. 


1918. 


Schubert Cigar Company, . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


60 


500 


10,000 


May 31, 

1918. ■ 


June 1, 
1918. 


Scobey Hospital, Inc., 


Boston, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


June 20, 
1918. 


June 20, 
1918. 


ScoUay Square Arcade of Boston, 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


Apr. 9, 


May 22, 


Inc. 














1918. 


1918. 


Seacoast Fishing Company, 


Provincetown, 




75,000 


100 


750 


75,000 


Mch. 12, 
1918. 


Mch. 12, 
1918. 


Security Realty Trust Inc.i 


Boston, . 




30,000 


100 


300 


30,000 


Aug. 14, 
1918. 


Aug. 15. 
1918. 


Segerson Bros., Incorporated, 


Boston, . 




50,000 


100 


500 


25,400 


June 14, 
1918. 


June 14, 
1918. 


Service Garage, Inc., The, . 


Boston, . 




10,000 


2 10 

3 10 


2 500 

3 500 


3 2,010 


Aug. 8, 
1918. 


Aug. 10, 
1918. 


Service Parcel Express Company, . 


Boston, . 




25,000 


25 


1,000 


3,850 


July 3, 
1918. 


July 5, 
1918. 


Service Stores Company Incorpo- 


Lynn, . 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


Feb. 25, 


Mch. 6, 


rated. 














1918. 


1918. 


Shawmut Manufacturing Com- 


Boston, . 




5,000 


100 


50 


3,000 


July 20, 


July 25. 


pany, Incorporated. 














1918. 


1918. 


Shawmut Optical Company, 


Boston, . 




90,000 


100 


900 


400 


June 24, 
1918. 


June 24. 
1918. 


Sheahan Company - - Painters, . 


Fall River, 




5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


July 17, 
1918. 


Aug. 12. 
1918. 


Shean Advertising Company, 


Springfield, 




10,000 


100 


100 


10,000 


May 9, 
1918. 


May 11, 
1918. 


Sheedy and KoUins inc., 


Boston, Mass 
New York, ] 


, and 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


700 


Mch. 16, 
1918. 


Mch. 29. 
1918. 


Shelloid Company, The, 


Leominster, 




30,000 


2 100 

siOO 


2 50 
3 250 


8 20,000 


Jan. 15, 
1918. 


Mch. 29. 
1918. 


Shepard Sales Corporation, 


Springfield, 




100,000 


10 


10,000 


51,300 


Dec. 26, 
1917. 


Dec. 27. 
1917. 


Sherman & Obletz Company, 


Springfield, 




10,000 


2 50 


2 160 


2 8,000 


July 10, 


Sept. 4. 










S50 


3 40 


3 2,000 


1918. 


1918. 


Sherman Service, Inc. (111.), 


Boston, Mass 
Chicago, 111. 


, and 


1,000 


5 


200 


25 


Jan. 28, 
1918. 


Jan. 28. 
1918. 


Sherman Service, Inc. (Mass.), . 


Boston, . 




1,000 


5 


200 


15 


Jan. 9, 


Jan. 14, 














1918. 


1918. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



> Common. 



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Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



1" 


"o 

3 

> £ 


1 

"o 
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$1,000 


$5 


200 


150,000 


100 


1,500 


1,000 


100 


10 


5,000 


50 


100 


99,000 


100 


990 


10,000 


100 


100 


6,000 
25,000 


1 10 

2 10 

100 


1300 

2 300 

250 


10,000 


100 


100 


50,000 
50,000 


UOO 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 250 

500 


50,000 


10 


5,000 


18,000 


5 


3,600 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


5,000 


50 


100 


10,000 


100 


100 


750,000 


10 


75,000 


50,000 


100 


500 


7,500 


' 50 


150 


5,000 


100 


50 


50,000 


100 


500 


15,000 


■ 100 


150 


80,000 


50 


1,600 


9,000 


100 


90 


50,000 


100 


500 


75,000 


100 


750 


5,000 


100 


50 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


5,000 


10 


500 


4,000 


50 


80 


50,000 


100 


500 






Sherman Service, Inc. (Pa.) , 
Shirley Mills 

Shrewsbury Circle Swing Com- 
pany. 

Shrewsbury Roller Coaster Com- 
pany. 

Sidmar, Incorporated, 

Silverberg & Zanger Inc., . 

Simpson Trucking Company, Inc., 

The. 
Slade-Taimer Company, 

Smith & Best Company, 

Smith-Croscup Leather Co., 

Snow & Parker, Inc., . 

Society Films, Incorporated, 

Solatia M. Taylor Company, 

Soldier Boy Candy Company, 

South American Importing Com- 
pany. 
South Bay Land & Dock Co.,^ . 

South End Garage, Inc., 

Southern Cross Trading Company, 

Southern Minerals Corporation, . 

Specialty Automatic Machine 

Company. 
Specialty Shoe Company, . 

Spicket Company,* . 

Sprague Brothers, Incorporated, . 

Spring Brook Ice Company, 

Springfield Grocers Supply Com- 
pany, Inc. 
Springfield Motor Sales Company, 

Springfield Motor Specialties Com- 
pany, Incorporated. 
Springfield Sugar Company, 

Standard Chemical & Supply Com- 
pany. 

Standard Commercial Body Com- 
pany. 

Standard Contracting Company, . 

Standard Dyewood Company, 

Standard Fruit Company of Taun- 
ton. 

Standard Paper & Merchandise 
Co. 



Boston, Mass 
Philadelphia 
Shirley, . 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Chelsea, . 



Worcester, 

Attleboro, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 

New Haven, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Salem, N. H, 
Boston, . 

Walpole, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Cambridge, 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 

Medford, 

Taunton, 

Springfield, 



and 
, Pa. 



, and 
Conn. 



and 



$25 

50,000 

1,000 

5,000 

300 
1,000 

1 3,000 

2 3,000 
10,100 

10,000 

1 7,000 

2 7,000 
50,000 

3,000 

18,000 

50,000 

300 

2,800 

2,500 

300 

750,000 

35,000 

7,500 

5,000 

50,000 

15,000 

10,150 

9,000 

15,000 

10,000 

2,100 

14,000 

3,000 

5,000 

2,500 

50,000 



Jan. 28, 

1918. 
June 10 

1918. 
June 3 

1918. 
June 3 

1918. 
Apr. 30 

1918. 
May 16, 

1918. 
Jan. 15 

1918. 
Feb. 12 

1918. 
Sept. 13 

1918. 
Nov. 23, 

1918. 
Apr. 23 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918 
June 14, 

1918. 
June 25 

1918. 
Jan. 23 

1918. 
July 19 

1918. 
Jan. 29 

1918. 
May 13, 

1918. 
Sept. 26, 

1918 
Mch. 6, 

1918 
Oct. 18, 

1918. 
Sept. 25 

1918. 
Apr. 22 

1918. 
June 25 

1918. 
Apr. 29 

1918. 
Dec. 22, 

1917. 
July 1 

1918. 
July 16, 

1917. 
Jan. 3 

1918. 
July 26 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918 
Mch. 2, 

1918 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 13 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 
« Corporation chartered for thirty years. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



43 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






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Standard Poultry & Egg Com- 

pany.i 
Standard Products Company, 

Standard Thimble Co., 

Stanhope Auto and Machine Com- 
pany. 

Stanhope Light & Heating Com- 
pany. 

Star Coal & Supply Co. Inc., 

Star Lunch Inc., 

Star Motor Transportation Com- 
pany. 
Star Photo Company, 

Star Soap Manufacturing Co., 

Stark Tool Company, 

Starkweather & Shepley, Inc., 

Starrett-Fields, Inc., . 

State Limiber Company, 

Stenman Electric Valve Grinding 

Co. 
Sterling Realty Co. Inc.,i 

Sterling Sales Company, 

Sternberg Stolper Company Inc., 

Stevens-Crosby Company, . 

Stewart Automobile Corporation 

of Springfield, Mass. 
Stewart Brothers Co., 

Stewart Truck Sales Company, 

The. 
Stockbridge Farmers' Cooperative 

Exchange. 
Stormn and Field Company, 

Ston-Craf Co., The, . 

Stone & Webster Realty Corpora- 

tion.i 
Strand Realty & Amusement Co 

Inc. 
Strandway Autopart Company, 

Strout, Stritter and Co. Inc., 

Student Waist Co., The, . 

Suburban Motor Car Co.,i 

Suburban Quality Shop. Inc., 

Suburban Realty Corporation,' 

Suffolk Manufacturing Company, 



Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Waltham, 
Boston, . 



Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lyim, Mass. 
New York, 
Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Cambridge, 

Haverhill, 

Stockbridge, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Framing ham, 

Somerville, 

Danvers, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



and 
N. Y. 



$50,000 
10,000 
40,000 
5,000 
50,000 
50,000 
30,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 
40,000 

100,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

6,000 

30,000 

5,000 

25,000 

10,000 

5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

10,000 

25,000 

210,000 
10,000 
5,600 

100,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 

100,000 
20,000 



2 $10 
MO 
100 

100 

100 

100 

2 10 

3 10 

25 
50 
100 
100 
100 

2 100 

MOO 
100 

100 

10 

50 

100 

100 

10 

50 

100 

100 

5 

2 100 
8 100 

100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 

20 



2 2,500 

3 2,500 

100 

400 

50 

500 

2 2,500 

3 2,500 
1,200 

200 

100 

500 

400 

2 500 

3 500 
500 

250 
5,000 

120 

300 

50 

2,500 

200 
50 

500 
2,000 

2 50 

3 50 
250 

2,100 
100 
112 

1,000 
100 
300 
100 

1,000 

1,000 



3 $25,000 

10,000 

40,000 

300 

300 

2 1,000 

3 4,550 
30,000 

150 

10,000 

7,500 

40,000 

2 50,000 

8 50,000 

50,000 

10,000 

37,530 

6,000 

30,000 

5,000 

15,000 

4,000 

5,000 

3,100 

40 

3 300 

5,000 

210,000 

6,000 

150 

100,000 

10,000 

15,000 

4,000 

300 

20,000 



Dec. 20 

1917. 
Dec. 7 

1917. 
Apr. 3 

1918. 
June 27 

1918. 
July 11 

1918. 
Apr. 11 

1918. 
June 7 

1918. 
May 17 

1918. 
Nov. 4 

1918. 
Feb. 27 

1918. 
Feb. 18 

1918. 
Dec. 21 

1917. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Dec. 8 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 20 

1917. 
Dec. 20 

1917. 
Feb. 18 

1918. 
Sept. 13 

1918. 
Feb. 20 

1918. 
Feb. 12 

1918. 
Mch. 26 

1918. 
Dec. 15 

1917. 
Aug. 31 

1918. 
Aug. 2 

1918. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
May 20 

1918. 
Apr. 16 

1918. 
Aug. 29 

1918. 
Dec. 17 

1917. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
July 23 

1918. 
Dec. 10 

1917. 
Sept. 14 

1918. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



2 Preferred. 



3 Common. 



44 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Ariicles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Sullivan-Geary Company, . 

SuUivan-McCloskey Shoe Com- 
pany. 
Sutherland Drug Co., 

Swan-Rigging Company, . 

Swedish Supply Company, . 

Sweet Paper Box Company, 

T. A. Duprey Company, 

T. A. Rldder Co., Inc., 

T.F.Welch Co 

T. J. Rafferty and Company, In- 
corporated. 
T.K.Hughes Co 

Taunton Evening Press, Inc., 

Taunton Wine Company Inc., 

Taurus Publishing Company, 

Teco Clothing Company, Inc., 

Telephone Workers Co-operative 

Society. 
Terrace Gables Company, . 

Textile Factors Company, . 

Textile Trucking Company, 

Thayer, Bradley Company, The,' 

Thinking Machines, Inc., . 

Thomas Fish Market Inc., . 

Thomas Wilson Co 

Thompson Square Theatre Co., . 

Tidd Recording Clock Company, . 

Toledo Tire Company, The, 

Tolman-Davidson Advertising 

Press, Incorporated. 
Trade Acceptance Corporation, . 

Traill Laundry Company, . 

Travers Shoe Co., Inc., 

Tremblay-Hathaway Inc., . 

Tremont Costume Company, 

Tri-Mount Cigar Company, 

Trimount Fihn Exchange Com- 
pany. 



Holyoke, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Worcester, 
Norton, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Taunton, 
Taunton, 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Falmouth, 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Brookline, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Chelsea,. 
Lynn, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$90,000 
1 10,000 
5,000 
5,000 
75,000 
20,000 
10,000 
20,000 
60,000 
20,000 
30,000 

100,000 
25,000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
20,000 
1,200,000 
10,000 
50,000 

100,000 
20,000 
5,000 
20,000 
10,000 
25,000 
20,000 

100,000 
3,000 

100,000 
50,000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 



$100 


900 


1100 


1100 


100 


50 


100 


50 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1350 

2 400 

200 


10 


1,000 


1100 

MOO 

100 


1100 

2 100 

600 


100 


200 


100 


300 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1300 

2 700 

250 


25 


1,000 


100 


100 


5 


2,000 


1100 

2 100 

1100 

2 100 

100 


1100 

2 100 

1 6,000 

2 6,000 

100 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1250 
2 250 
1,000 


100 


200 


50 


100 


100 


200 


150 
2 50 
100 


1120 
2 80 
250 


100 


200 


150 

2 50 

50 


1 1,600 

2 400 

60 


100 


1,000 


1100 

2 100 

100 


1250 

2 250 

100 


1100 

2 100 

10 


1250 
2 250 
5,000 



$90,000 

1 10,000 

2,800 

3,000 

1 10,000 

2 40,000 

20,000 

5,000 

1500 

2 10,000 

600 

20,000 

30,000 

1 30,000 

2-33,000 

25,000 

2,500 

300 

225 

1 1,000 

2 6,200 

2 300 

10,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
100,000 

20,000 

160 

20,000 

UOO 

2 4,000 

2,500 

20,000 

1 80,000 

2 20,000 

3,000 

100,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 

6,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 

1,000 



Sept. ■ 

1918. 
Dec. 12 

1917. 
Apr. 22 

1918. 
Sept. 30, 

1918 
Aug. 7, 

1918 
June 25, 

1918. 
July 30 

1918. 
July 31 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
May 23 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918. 
Apr. 11 

1918. 
Oct. 22 

1918. 
Dec. 3 

1917. 
Aug. 15 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
May 17 

1918. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
Feb. 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
May 24, 

1918. 
Feb. 15 

1918. 
June 12 

1918. 
July 2 

1918. 
Oct. 7 

1918. 
Jan. 2 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 

1918. 
Sept. 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918. 
Sept. 28, 

1918. 



I Preferred. 



1 Common. 



' Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



45 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



.-, 








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Trimount Theatres Inc., 

Triumph Bed Company, 

Trottier, Ide & Co., Inc., . 

Tyler Corporation, The.i . 

U-Magnet Safety Razor Co., 

U. S. Turbine Mfg. Co., . 

Undertakers Supply Corporation, 

Uniform Flour Mills Co., . 

Union Hospital, Inc. of New Bed- 
ford, The. 
Union Lobster Company, . 

Union Shoe and Leather Co., 

Union Top Lift Company, . 

Union Truck Company of New 

England, Inc. 
Unique Dress Company, 

United Commercial Company, 

United Electric Company, . 

United Grocers Wholesale Com- 
pany of Maiden. 
United Machine & Press Company, 

United Motor Service Company, . 

United Parlor Furniture Company, 

United Shoe Repairing Corpora- 
tion. 

United States Color and Chemical 
Company, Inc. 

United States Exports Corpora- 
tion. 

United Tailors Association, Inc., 

United Tea Company, 

United Toy Manufacturing Co., 

Unity System Inc., 

Universal Beverage Company, 

Universal Tire Filler Company, 

Universal Top & Body Company 

Inc. 
University Laundry Company, 

University Realty Company,i 

Upham Bros. Shoe Company, 

Uphams Comer Strand Co., 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Quincy, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Marlborough, 
Maiden, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Chelsea, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Barnstable, 
Boston, . 
Medford, 
Cambridge, 
Stoughton, 
Boston, . 



$100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

75,000 

25,000 

20,000 

50,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

100,000 

50,000 

20,000 

10,000 

50,000 

500,000 

25,000 

50,000 

25,000 

20,000 

50,000 

50,000 

7,500 

25,000 

5,000 

1,000 

200,000 

5,000 



$100 


1,000 


100 


250 


100 


500 


100 


1,000 


100 


250 


10 


5,000 


10 


7,500 


50 


500 


100 


200 


100 


500 


100 


50 


100 


50 


50 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


2 25 
S25 
100 


2 1,000 

3 3,000 

500 


100 


200 


100 


100 


2 100 

= 100 
100 


2 480 

S20 

5,000 


25 


1,000 


50 


1,000 


100 


250 


100 


200 


100 


500 


100 


500 


50 


150 


50 


500 


100 


50 


100 


10 


2 100 

3 100 

100 


2 750 

s 1,250 

50 



$100,000 
3,000 
50,000 

25,000 
50,000 
10,000 

2,000 

20,000 

300 

1,000 

5,000 

150 

10,000 

10,000 

6,000 

2 25,000 

s 75,000 

25,000 

2,000 

5,000 

2 9,000 
s 2,000 
500,000 

25,000 

6,250 

15,000 

20,000 

25,500 

1,000 

4,250 

2,600 

5,000 

1,000 

2 75,000 

3 125,000 

5,000 



June 14, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
July 20, 

1918 
Aug. 9, 

1918. 
Sept. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. 11 

1918. 
Dec. 17 

1917. 
Oct. 28, 

1918. 
May 16, 

1918 
Oct. 26, 

1918 
Dec. 18, 

1917 
Jan. 29, 

1918 
Mch. 16 

1918. 
Sept. 5, 

1918. 
Apr. 2 

1918. 
Mch. 26 

1918. 
May 10 

1918. 
May 17 

1918. 
June 21 

1918. 
Apr. 25 

1918. 
Dec. 26, 

1917. 
Oct. 30, 

1918. 
Aug. 21 

1918. 
Mch. 14, 

1918 
Jan. 2, 

1918 
Apr. 4, 

1918 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 3 

1918. 
May 27 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Jan. 12, 

1918 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
June 11 

1918. 
Feb. 20, 

1918 



Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



' Preferred. 



3 Common. 



46 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



3 

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i 

d 


$200,000 
15,000 


i$10 

2 10 

100 


1 5,000 

2 15,000 

150 


50,000 
25,000 


110 

2 10 

100 


1 2,000 

2 3,000 

250 


10,000 


100 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


80,000 
10,000 


110 

2 10 

50 


1 2,000 

2 6,000 

200 


100,000 
15,000 


15 

25 

100 


1 10,000 

2 10,000 

150 


100,000 


1100 

2 100 


1500 
2 500 


50,000 


100 


500 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


6,500 


100 


65 


300,000 


100 


3,000 


100,000 


1100 

2 100 


1500 
2 500 


50,000 


100 


500 


50,000 


100 


500 


75,000 


100 


750 


25,000 


100 


250 


14,000 


1,000 


14 


1,000 


10 


100 


25,000 


100 


250 


20,000 


100 


200 


20,000 


1100 

2 100 


1100 

2 100 


5,000 


50 


100 


5,000 


50 


100 


10,000 


10 


1,000 


6,000 


100 


60 


25,000 


25 


1,000 


25,000 


100 


250 


5,000 


100 


50 


3,000 


10 


300 



§2 






trtilities Manufacturing Company, 

Vaughan, Kopelman and Read 

Company. 
Tibrotone Wire Mfg. Co., . 

Victor Manufacturing Company, 

Victoria Company of Lawrence, 

Victory Building Corporation,' 

"Victory Equipment Corporation, 

Victoiy Motor Corp., 

Villa Hog Farms, Incorporated 

The. 
W. E. Conners Shoe Company, 

W. F. Brown & Co. Inc., . 

W. F. Noble & Sons Company, 

W. H. Powers Shoe Co., . 

W. H. Simpson Company, . 

W. Irving Peirce & Son, Inc., 

W. J. Fallon Leather Co., . 

Wachusett Mills, 

Wakefield Motor Mart, Inc., 

Waldorf Amusement Company, 

Waldorf Limch Company, . 

Walker, Johnson Motor Company, 

Wallace & Company, Inc., . 

Walter A. Parrish Audit Company 

Incorporated. 
Walter H. Snow & Son, Inc., 

Walter J. Gillis Co. Inc., . 

Walter J. Kearney & Co., Inc., 

Walter L. Libby, Inc., 

Walter P. Webber, Incorporated 

Waltham Amusement Company, 

Ware Park Realty Co.,' . 

Warren Avenue Garage Company, 

Warren H. Manning Offices Inc., 

Warren L. Carpenter Company, 

The. 
Warren Market, Inc., 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Norwood, 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Somerville, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Attleboro, 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Wakefield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Clinton, 
Springfield, 
Somerville, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Lynn, . 
Waltham, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Billerica, 
Chelsea, . 
Boston, . 



2 $130,000 
15,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 
25,000 

10,000 

25,000 

5,000 

1 7,500 

2 10,015 

10,800 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

300 

25,000 

300 

6,500 

300,000 

1 20,000 

2 50,000 
14,500 

50,000 

75,000 

25,000 

14,000 

1,000 

25,000 

20,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 

4,000 

5,000 
10,000 

6,000 

75 

25,000 

5,000 

3,000 



Feb. 20, 

1918 
May 24, 

1918 
Aug. 23, 

1918 
Sept. 18 

1918. 
July 18 

1918. 
May 10 

1918. 
May 14 

1918. 
July 9 

1918. 
Oct. 14 

1918. 
May 10 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918. 
Aug. 7, 

1918. 
Apr. 9 

1918. 
May 2 

1918. 
Jan. 21 

1918. 
Aug. 8, 

1918. 
July 10 

1918. 
May 6 

1918. 
Oct. 1 

1918. 
June 8 

1918. 
Jan. 11 

1918. 
Aug. 15, 

1918 
Jan. 10, 

1918. 
June 6, 

1918. 
Mch. 11 

1918. 
Oct. 29 

1918. 
June 23 

1918. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
Nov. 6 

1918. 
Apr. 16 

1918. 
Nov. 21 

1918. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Jan. 21 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918 



1 Preferred. 



2 Common. 



' Corjwration chartered for fifty years. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



47 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Warren Street Sales Room, In- 
corporated. 
Waterford Realty Company.i 

Waterford Yarn Company, 

Waterproof Paint Co., The, 

Watertown Concrete Stone Co., . 

Watson Hill Development Com- 
pany.i 

Watuppa Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

Waukon Rubber Company, 

Webster Spinning Company, 

Weld Farm Company, 

Wellesley Underwear Company, 

The. 
Wellington Hill Garage, Inc., 

Wentworth Lunch Company, 

West Bridgewater Grain Company, 

West Indian Copper Co., . 

West Paint & Varnish Company, 

Westerly Granite Co., Inc., 

Western Coke and Collieries, In- 
corporated. 
Western Refining Company, Inc., 

Westland Pharmacy Inc., . 

Wetherbee Grain Co., 

Wheatly Manufacturing Co., 

White Oil Soap Company, . 

Whitney Machine Company, 

Whittenton Hosiery Coriwration, 

Wikstrom Mechanical Specialty 

Company. 
Wilkins and Hovey Company, 

Willett and Chadwick Coal Co., . 

William B. Rand Co., Inc., 

William Brooks Company, The,' . 

William C. Bragg and Company, 

Inc. 
William C. Coveney Company, . 

WiUiam Duncan Co., . 



Lowell, . 

Webster, 

Webster, 

Watertown, . 

Boston, . 

Quincy, 

Fall River, . 

Cambridge, . 

Webster, 

Boston, . 

Wellesley, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

West Bridgewater, 

Boston, Mass., and 
Clarendon, Ja- 
maica, B. W. I. 

Everett, 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass., and 

Seattle, Wash. 
Lowell, . 

Boston, . 

Gardner, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Winchester, . 

Taunton, 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, . 

Needham, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



$5,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
95,000 
1,000 
40,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
150,000 
5,000 
50,000 
20,000 
25,000 

50,000 
10,000 
1,000,000 
20,000 
15,000 
50,000 

2,500 
25,000 
100,000 
30,000 
50,000 
20,000 
20,000 
15,000 
25,000 

2,000 
50,000 
75,000 



$100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
25 
10 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 
100 

10 
100 

10 

10 
100 

10 
100 

50 



50 
500 
500 
500 
950 

10 
400 
500 
500 
100 
1,500 

50 

500 

800 

2,500 

500 
100 
10,000 
200 
150 

1,000 
25 
250 

1,000 
300 

5,000 
200 

2,000 

1,500 
250 
200 
500 

1,500 



V- =■§ C 






$5,000 
17,000 

5,000 
50,000 
75,000 

1,000 
40,000 
50,000 
12,000 
10,000 
150,000 

3,400 
50,000 
12,000 
25,000 

50,000 

10,000 

500 

20,000 

4,000 
20,150 

2,500 
25,000 
100,000 

3,500 
50,000 
300 
13,000 
15,000 
25,000 

2,000 

1,200 
75,000 



Oct. 25, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Oct. 18, 

1918. 
Sept. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Nov. 21, 

1918. 
Sept. 25, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
June 3, 

1918. 
Aug. 15, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Sept. 5, 

1918. 

June 24, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Jan. 18, 

1918. 
Oct. 11, 

1918. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Apr. 4, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Mch. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 
May 23, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
July 11, 

1918. 
Mch. 2, 

1918. 
July 18, 

1918. 
Jime 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 11, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 



S-9. 
Q 



Nov. 1, 

1918. 
Sept. 6, 

1918. 
Sept. 6, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Nov. 4, 

1918. 
Sept. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. ■ 14, 

1918. 
Nov. 22, 

1918. 
Oct. 4, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
June 6, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
June 10, 

1918. 
Dec. 4, 

1917. 
Sept. 5, 

1918. 

June 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
Jan. 26, 

1918. 
Oct. 15, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Dec. 22, 

1917. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
May 24, 

1918. 
Jime 11, 

1918. 
Aug. 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 4. 

1918. 
July 19, 

1918. 
July 9. 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years. 



48 



ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Articles of Organization, etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Wm. E. Bixby & Co. Inc., . 

William J. Lyons, Druggist, Inc., 

William Lay, Incorporated,' 

William Nugent Company, 

William S. Briry, Incorporated, . 

Wm. S. Simpson Inc., 

William Stopford Company, 

William T. English Company, 

Wilson Press, Inc., The, 

Winchester Japanning & Finishing 

Company. 
Winchester Tool Company, 

Winnisimmet Ship Yard, Inc., 

Winthrop Corporation, 

Wolohan Motor Car Company, . 

Woods Steel & Process Corpora- 
tion. 
Woodward Company, The, 

Worcester Bag and Box Company, 

Worcester County Farmers Ex- 
change. 
Worcester Film Corporation, 

Worcester Gear Works, Inc., 

Worcester Pants Co., Inc., . 

World-Wide News Service, Inc , . 

World's Products Company Inc., 

Wyben Farmers Cooperative Ex- 
change. 
Wye Knitting Mills, Inc., . 

Yankey Manufacturing Company, 

Yawdro Manufacturing Company, 

Yorkshire Converting Company, . 

Young's Lunch Co. Inc., 

1,460 corporations. 



Haverhill, 
Watertown, 
Springfield, 
Pittsfield, 
Melrose, 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Winchester, 
Chelsea, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Boston, . 
Taunton, 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 



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

Worcester, 



Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Westfield, 
Winchendon, 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



Totals, 



550,000 

5,000 

50,000 

5,000 

10,000 

75,000 

10,000 

20,000 

5,000 

50,000 

25,000 

24,800 

100,000 

25,000 

99,000 

5,000 

5,000 

4 _ 

75,000 

25,000 
2,000 

50,000 
• 10,000 

10,000 

150,000 

4,000 

100,000 

25,000 
5,000 



$100 


500 


50 


100 


100 


500 


100 


50 


100 


100 


100 


750 


100 


100 


2 100 

MOO 
100 


2 80 

'120 

50 


100 


500 


MOO 

MOO 

100 


MOO 

M50 

248 


100 


1,000 



$136,062,625 



100 
10 

100 
50 

4_ 

100 

10 
100 
100 

10 

5 

MOO 

MOO 

100 

100 

100 

100 



250 

9,900 

50 

100 

4 _ 

750 

2,500 

20 

600 

1,000 

2,000 

2 1,000 

3 500 

40 

1,000 

250 

50 



|a2 Sfi^ 



$50,000 

150 

50,000 

5,000 

10,000 

65,500 

10,000 

s 12,000 

1,500 

50,000 

3 12,000 

24,800 

100,000 

25,000 

99,000 

5,000 

5,000 

4 _ 

50,000 

25,000 

2,000 

50,000 

300 

55 

2 100,000 

3 50,000 

4,000 

100,000 

8,100 

5,000 



Jan. 8, 

1918. 
Feb. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
Sept. 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
July 1, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 13, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Sept. 17, 

1918. 

Dee. 19, 

1917. 
May 9, 

1918. 
Mch. 4, 

1918. 
Feb. 5, 

1918. 
Jime 12, 

1918. 
June 13, 

1918. 
July 29, 

1918. 
May 23, 

1918. 
Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Aug. 19, 

1918. 



$74,872,775 



1 Corporation chartered for fifty years from Jan. 1, 1918. 

2 Preferred. 
• Common. 



Organized without capital stock under provisions 
of chapter 224, General Acts of 1917. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



49 



Abstract of Articles of Organization of Trust Companies, under Chapter 374, 

Acts of 1904. 



NAME OF corporation. 



Where Located. 







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I $100,000 


1,000 


Apr. 9, 
1918. 


1 200,000 


2,000 


July 24, 
1918. 


100,000 


1,000 


Mch. 25, 
1918. 


$400,000 



Brockton Trust Company, 
Roxbury Trust Company, 
Winthrop Trust Company, 

3 corporations. 



Brockton, 

Boston, 

Winthrop, 

Total, 



Apr. 13, 
1918. 

July 30, 
1918. 

Aug. 30, 
1918. 



1 And a paid-in surplus of $20,000. 



Abstract of Certificates of Organization as Corporations, under Chapters 
36, 120 and 125 of the Revised Laws, Chapters 506 and 628, Acts of 1911, and 
Chapter 623, Acts of 1912. 



name of corporation. 



Where Located. 



Alphf. Epsilon Fraternity, Inc 

Alumnae Association of tlie Josiah B. Thomas 
Hospital Training School for Nurses. 

American Association of Variable Star Observers, 
The. 

American Cotton Waste Exchange, 

American Fox Breeders Association, The, 

American Public Health Association, 

Anatolian Star League Of Greeks From Asia 

Minor, The. 
Anchorage Club, The 

Andover Baptist Church,' .... 

Aquarian Movement Society, The, 

Asia Club, Inc., 

Association of Real Estate Owners of Fall River, 

Athletic Council of the Newburyport High 

School, Inc., The. 
Attleboro War Chest, Incorporated, 

Avalon Hospital Association, Inc., . 

Ayer Board of Trade, 



Cambridge, 
Peabody, 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Springfield, 
Nahant, 
Andover, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Fall River, 
Newburyport, 
Attleboro, 
Boston, . 
Ayer, 



Apr. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

19J8. 
Oct. 31, 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Mch. 4, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Dec. 15, 

1917. 
Aug. 20, 

1918. 
Dec. 19, 

1917. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 11, 

1918. 
Aug. 26, 

1918. 
May 9, 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918. 
May 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 26, 

1917. 



May 6, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Nov. 15, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 
May 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Sept. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
May 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Nov. 6, 

1918. 
June 5, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
Dec. 28, 

1917. 



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



50 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Wliere Located. 



Barnstable County Bar Association, The, 

Beacon Hill Conummity Centre, Inc., The., . 

Beacon School, Inc., 

Boston Army and Navy Canteen, Inc., . 

Boston Branch of tiie Christian and Missionary 

Alhance, Inc. 
Boston Cap Manufacturers Association, . 

Boston Elevated Foremans Mutual Benefit 

Association. 
Boston Italian Bank Clerks A.ssociation, Inc.,i 

Boston Shoe Trades Club, ... 

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc., 

Box 52 Association, The, ... 

Broadway Winter Hill Congregational Church 

Brockton War Chest .^sociation, . 

Cesare Batt'sta Social Club, . 

Charles River School, The, . 

Chelsea Grocers Protective Association, , 

Chelsea Mutual Protective Association, . 

Chelsea Pro*ective Association, 

Chevra Tillim Society of Chelsea, . 

Chicopee Falls Greek Orthodox Church Society 

of Saints Constantinos and Eleni, The. 
Christian Register, Incorporated, . 

Christian Science Society of Sharon, Massachu- 
setts. 

Columbus Italian Political Club of Roxbury, 
Massachusetts, The. 

Congregation Ahavas Shulam Nisach Ashkenis, 

Congregation Beth Israel of Quiucy, 
Congregation Ohabath Sholom, Incorporated, 
Congregation Yabna, . 
Country Week Association, . 
Crescent Athletic Association of Lowell, 
Daughters of the Nation, Inc., 

Durozo Club, Inc 

Easthampton Congregational Churoh,^ 
Edwards Church of Northampton,2 
Elementary School, The, 



Barnstable, 
Boston, . 
BrookHne, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Somerville, 
Brockton, 
Boston, . 
Dover, . 
Chelsea, 
Chelsea, 
Chelsea, 
Chelsea, . 
Chicopee, 
Boston, . 
Sharon, . 
Boston, . 
Watertown, 
Quincy, 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Easthampton, 
Northampton, 
Boston, . 



$50,000 



SlOO 



5,000 



50 



500 



100 



Dec. 28, 

1917. 
June 3 

1918. 
May 11 

1918. 
Aug. 2, 

1918 
May 28, 

1918. 
Nov. 6 

1917. 
July 12, 

1918. 
June 19 

1918. 
Mch. 21 

1918. 
Apr. 25 

1918. 
May 7, 

1917. 
Oct. 1 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918 
Feb. 7, 

1917. 
Jan. 24 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918 
Nov. 14, 

1917 
July 25 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
Oct. 19 

1918. 
Nov. 30 

1917. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Nov. 12 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Jan. 8 

1918. 
Mch. 14 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1917 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
June 8 

1918. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Dec. 19, 

1917 
July 14, 

1918. 
Dec. 20, 

1917. 
May 2, 

1918. 



1 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



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



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



51 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Eloist Ministry, Inc., The, .... 

FalllRiver Driving Club, The, 

Federated Massachusetts Beekeepers' Associar 

tion. Incorporated, The. 
Finnish Working People's Educational League, 

First Congregational Church in Lowell, . 

First Congregational Church in Melrose,^ 

First Congregational Church of Dalton, Massar 
chusetts, The.i 
First Congregational Church of Lee, The,i 

First Hebrew Congregation of Greenfield, The, 

Fourth Congregational Paiish Church of Abing- 

ton.i 
Fianco-American Catholic Federation, Inc., 

Free Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy 

Trinity, The. 
Fulton Associates, 

Gardner War Chest Association, Inc., ■. 

Good Will House .Association, 

■ Greater Boston Cleansers & Overs Board of 
Trade. 
Greater Boston Dental Society, The, 

Greater Boston Hebrew Ladies Aid Association, 

The. 
Greater Lj-nn Fair, Inc ., The, 

Greenfield Driving Club 

Hebrew Benevolent Association of Framing- 

ham.2 
Hebrew Palestine Association, Inc.,^ . • . 

Hellenic Orthodox Community of Cambridge, . 

Hellenic Social and Athletic Club — Incorpo- 
rated. 
Holden Hospital, Incorporated, 

Holyoke District Nurse Association, Inc., 

Independent Cleaners and Dyers Union of 

Massachusetts. 
Insurance Federation of Massachusetts, . 

International Culinary Benefit Association, In- 

corporated.2 
ItaUan Citizens Club of Lawrence, Mass., 

Italian Wai Rehef Fund of America, Inc., 

Jamaica Plain Columbus Club, 

Knights of Pythias of North America, South 
America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, 
Benefit Association." 



Brookline, 
Fall River, 
Amherst, 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Melrose, 
Dalton, 
Lee, 

Greenfield, 
Abington, 
Boston, . 
LjTin, . 
Medford, 
Gardner, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lynn, . 
Greenfield, 
Framingham, 
Haverhill, 
Cambridge, 
Lowell, . 
Holden, 
Holyoke, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 



$10,000 



$10 



S-S. 



Aug. 30, 

1918. 
July 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
Sept. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 
Dec. 13, 

1917. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
July 10, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918, 
Sept. 11, 

1918. 
Feb. 21, 

1918. 
Oct. 22, 

1917. 
July 18, 

1918. 
Nov. 26, 

1917. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
May 23, 

1918. 
Aug. 6, 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 9, 

1918. 
May 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

191S. 
Oct. 22, 

1917. 
July 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Api. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 20, 

1917. 
June 25, 

1^18. 
Oct. 5, 

1917. 
June 3, 

1918. 
June 24, 

1918. 
Nov. 25, 

1918. 



Sept. 25, 

1918. 
.-^ug. 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Nov. 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 13, 

1918. 
Mav 20, 

1918. 
Oct. 16, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

191S. 
Jan. 18, 

1918. 
Sept. 23, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
Mcii. 5, 

1918. 
July 20, 

1918. 
Sept. 25, 

1918. 
Sept. 21, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
July 24, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 
Dec 20, 

1917. 
July 30, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
July 24, 

1918. 
Aug 10, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Nov. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Aug. 19, 

1918. 
July 15, 

1918. 
Nov. 29, 

1918. 



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



2 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



52 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



> £ 



Labor Lyceum Association of Chelsea, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation Anshe 
Sfard of Peabody, Massachusetts. 

Ladies Auxihary of the Jewish Peoples lastitute, 
Inc., The. 

Lafayette Associates of Salem Mass., The, 

Legion of Allied Veterans of the Great War 

Lexington War Chest Incorporated, The, 

Liberty Bread Shop inc., The, 

Line House Club, .... 

Lisbon Social and Athletic Club, Incorporated, 

Lithuanian Ladies Benefit Society "Knowledge", 

So. Boston, Mass.i 
Lithuanian Ladies' Benefit Society of Gardner,' 

Lynn Real Estate Exchange, .... 

Maiden War-Chest Association, Incorporated, . 

Marsh Corner Union Sunday School Society, . 

Massachusetts Athletic Association, 

Massachusetts Grand Lodge of the Ancient and 

Mystical Order Rosae Crucis. 
Massachusetts Library Aid Association, . 

Massachusetts Permanent Firemen's Benefit 

Association.' 
Massachusetts State Association of Master 

Plumbers, Inc. 
Master Shoe-Repairers Protective Association 

of Cambridge, The.' 
Medical Liberty League Inc., 

Melrose War Fund Association, Inc., 

Merrimac Grange Incorporated, 

Mill Village Old Home Association, 

Millers Falls Improvement Association, 

Mutual Aid Society of the Citizens of Pietra- 

perzia, Inc.' 
Mutual Succor and Benevolent Society of Alta- 

villa Irpina, Incorporated, The.' 
New Bedford Musical Association, . 

New Bedford Society of the Blessed Sacrament 
under the name of the Vetera Romana Catho- 
lica Apostolica Ecclesia. 

New Bedford War Fund .\ssociation, 

Newton Hebrew Society,' .... 
North Harwich Improvement Association, 
Old Colony Co-Operative Bank,- . 



Chelsea, 
Peabody, 
Boston, . 
Salem, . 
Boston, . 
Lexington, 
Boston, . 
Dudley, 
Lowell, . 
Boston, . 
Gardner, 
Lynn, . 
Maiden, 
Methuen, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Salem, . 
Cambridge, 
Boston, . 
Melrose, 
Merrimac, 
Dedham, 
Montague, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 
Newton, 
Harwich, 
Taunton, 



1100,000 



$10 



10,000 



June 27 

1918. 
Feb. 12 

1918. 
Mch. 5 

1918. 
Apr. 15 

1918. 
Oct. 16 

1918. 
Apr. 1 

1918 
May 29 

1918. 
Aug. 3 

1918. 
Jan. 14 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918 
June 12, 

1918 
Mch. ] 

1918 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
July 29 

1918. 
Dec. 1 

1917 
Feb. 14, 

1918 
Sept. 1 

1918 
Dec. 18, 

1917. 
Nov. 7 

1917. 
May 21 

1918. 
May 24, 

1918. 
Feb. 15 

1918. 
June 12 

1918. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Feb. 15 

1918. 
Apr. 13 

1918. 
Aug. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 



May 10 

1918 
Jan. ] 

1918, 
Apr. 18, 

1918 
Jan. 25 

1918. 



» Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



2 Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



.53 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Whete Located. 



Oliver Wendell Holmes Liberty Bond Trustee 

Association, The. 
Pan-Thessalian Mutual Aid Society, Regas 

Pherraeos. 
Parish of the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox 

(Greek) Catholic Church in Poston, The.' 
Petersham Exchange, The, 

Plymouth Catholic Union Inc., The, 

Polish National Home Association of Boston 

The. 
Portia School of Law 



Portuguese Progressive Benefit Association,^ 

Progressive Spiritualist Chiu-ch, 

Prospect Congregational Church, . 

Puritan Club, The 

Putnam Home, Inc 

Red Mogein Dovid Bureau of New England, 

Inc. or Red Shield of David, Inc. 
Rotary Club Food Guarantee Association, Inc 

Rotary Club of Lynn 

Rowley Historical Society, 

Russian Orthodox Brotherhood of Saint Peter 
and Paul's Church, Incorporated, The. 

Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic National 
Church. 

Sabbath League of Chelsea, Inc 

Sacred Heart School Corporation of East- 
hampton. 

St. Casimir Lithuanian-Polish Benevolent So- 
ciety of Lowell.2 

Saint Catherine Beneficent Association, Incor- 
porated.2 

Salem Junk Collectors Association, The, . 

Second Baptist Church of Holyoke,* 

Second Congregational Church of Pittsfield,' 

Senoj Lodge Associates, Inc., 

Shelburne Falls Poultry Association, 

Social Order of Stag Inc 

Society of Anemotision Omonia, 

Soldiers and Sailors Relief Society of Ward 18 

Boston. 
Somerset Grange, No. 168 P. of H. Inc., 

South Baptist Church, The,i . 

South Congregational Church of Springfield, 

Massachusetts.' 
Springfield Jitney Men's Association, The, 



Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Boston, . 
Petersham, 
Plymouth, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
New Bedford, 
Lowell, . 
Cambridge, 
New Bedford, 
Danvers, 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 
Lynn, . 
Rowley, 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Chelsea, 
Easthampton, 
Lowell, . 
Fall River, 
Salem, . 
Holyoke, 
Pittsfield, 
Newton, 
Shelburne, 
Boston, . 
Natick, . 
Boston, . 
Somerset, 
New Bedford, 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 



$50,000 



$50 



Mch. 9 

1918. 
Feb. 25 

1918. 
Sept. 5 

1918. 
Oct. 17 

1917. 
Jan. 23 

1918. 
Feb. 2 

1918. 
July 24 

1918. 
Sept. 4 

1918. 
June 12 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 29 

1918. 
May 17 

1918. 
July 22 

1918. 
Apr. 11 

1918. 
June 5 

1918. 
Sept. 28 

1918. 
May 17 

1918. 
Aug. 26 

1918. 
June 24 

1918. 
June 1 

1918. 
Apr. 30 

1918. 
Nov. 14 

1917. 
May 2 

1918. 
Nov. 21 

1917. 
May 4 

1917. 
Apr. 4 

1918. 
June 8 

1917. 
May 10 

1918. 
Oct. 12 

1917. 
Nov. 14 

1917. 
Nov. 19 

1917. 
Mch. 13 

1918. 
Mch. 15 

1918. 
Oct. 24 

1918. 



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



2 Acts of 1911, chap. 628. 



54 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1918. 



Certificates of Organization, etc. — • Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



State and County Prison Officers' Society of 

Massachusetts, The. 
Swampscott Masonic Club, .... 

Swedish-Finnish National Association, . 

Tailors' Protective Association of Springfield, 

The. 
Tell Aviv Hebrew School Association, 

Trinity Baptist Church.i .... 

Tyer Rubber Mutual Relief Association,^ 

Universal Social Club 

Universal Philosophical Society, The, 

University Club of Maiden, .... 

Vasco da Gama Club, 



Visiting Nurse Association of Great Barrington, 

Mass., The. 
Wakefield Odd Fellows Building Association 

Incorporated. 
Walpole War Fund Association, Inc., 

Waltham War Chest Association, . 

War Service Association Division 20 Boston, . 

Wareham Co-operative Bank,' 

Watertown Italo-American Citizens Club, 

Wesley Foundation at Harvard University, The, 

Winthrop Foreign War Veterans Association, . 

Young Greek Civic Club, The, 

Young Men's Hebrew Association of Beachmont, 

172 corporations, 



Boston, . 

Swampscott, 

Gardner, 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Fall River, 

Andover, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Maiden, 

Lawrence, 

Great Barrington, 

Wakefield, 

Walpole, 

Waltham, 

Boston, . 

Wareham, 

Watertown, 

Cambridge, 

Winthrop, 

Worcester, 

Revere, . 

Total, 



$25,000 



$10 



2,500 



June 4, 

1917. 
June 

1917. 
Oct. 16 

1917. 
July 15 

1918. 
July 29 

1918. 
July 17, 

1918 
Nov. 6. 

1917. 
Jan. 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 

1918. 
Dec. 

1917. 
Sept. 18, 

1917. 
Jan. 12 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
May 21 

1918. 
Mch. 25 

1918. 
Dec. 19 

1917. 
Apr. 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918 
Mch. 15, 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 22, 

1917 



Apr. 12, 

1918. 
Jan. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Aug. 6, 

1918. 
Aug. 21, 

1918. 
July 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 4, 

1917. 
May 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
Dec. 19, 

1917. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Jan. 12, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
Feb. 9, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 



$240,000 



1 R. L. chap. 36, sect. 61. 



2 Actaof 1911, chap. 628. 



s Acts of 1912, chap. 623. 



1918. 



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55 



Abstract of Certificates of Organization op Credit Unions, under Chapter 

268, General Acts of 1916. 



NAME OF corporation. 



Location. 



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Chester Credit Union 

La Caisse Populaire de Lawrence Credit Union, 
M. P. & W. Credit Union, . 
New Bedford Central Labor Credit Union, 
North Reading Credit Union, 

People's Credit Union 

Sabeglo Credit Union 

Salem Central Labor Credit Union, 
Santa Maria Credit Union, . 
9 corporations. 



Chester, 
Lawrence, 
Springfield, 
New Bedford, 
North Reading 
Winthrop, 
Salem, . 
Salem, . 
Maiden, 



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1918. 



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1918. 
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1918. 
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1918. 
Aug. 23, 

1918. 
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1917. 
Aug. 23, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 



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ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Increase of Capital under Section 54, Chapter 110, 

Revised Laivs. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Amount 

of 
Increase. 


Amount 
Paid in. 


When 
Paid in. 


When 
Filed. 


Highland Telephone Company, The 

Scituate Water Company, 


New Salem, 

Scihiate, . 

Totals, . 


$3,600 
1 30,000 


$3,600 
I 30,000 


May 6, 
1918. 

Feb. 4, 
1915. 


May 11, 
1918. 

July 22, 
1918. 


2 certificates, 2 corporations, .... 


$33,600 


$33,600 



1 Preferred. 



Abstract of Certificates or Increase of Capital by Gas and Electric Light 
Corporations, under Section 68, Chapter 7^2, Acts of 1914. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Amount 

of 
Increase. 


Amount 
Paid in. 


When 
Paid in. 


When 
Filed. 


Haverhill Electric Company 

Ludlow Electric Light Company, . ... 
New Bedford Gas and Edison Light Company, . 
New England Power Company, 
Newburyport Gas and Electric Company, . 
Turners Falls Power & Electric Company, . 
Turners Falls Power & Electric Company, . 
Union Light & Power Company, 
United Electric Light Company, 
Webster and Southbridge Gas and Electric Company, 
Weymouth Light and Power Company, 




Haverhill, . 
Ludlow, 
New Bedford, 
Boston, 
Newburyport, 
Amherst, . 
Amherst, . 
Foxborough, 
Springfield, 
Webster, . 
Weymouth, . 

Totals, . 




$171,200 

15,000 

477,000 

1 350,000 
171,000 

1,032,500 

2,065,000 
136,300 
400,000 
132,500 
144,000 


$171,200 

15,000 

477,000 

1 350,000 
171,000 

1,032,500 

2,065,000 
136,300 
400,000 
132,500 
144,000 


Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 5, 

1918. 
Aug. 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
July 2, 

1912. 

_ 2 

July 1, 
1918. 

Aug. 15, 
1918. 


Aug. 15, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Sept. 28, 

1918. 
Nov. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
July 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 23, 

1918. 
Jan. 30, 

1918. 
July ^9, 

1918. 
Nov. 21, 

1918. 


11 certificates, 10 corporations, . 


$5,094,500 


$5,094,500 





1 Preferred. 



2 Date not given in certificate. 



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 

C?pital 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


A. A. Ordway Company,! .... 

A. C. Porter, Inc 

A. C. Titus & Company, Inc., 

' ■ 


Haverhill, 
Natiek, . 
Salem, . 


$30,000 
25,000 
25,000 


$20,000 
75,000 
5,000 


$50,000 
100,000 
30,000 


Nov. 16, 
1918. 

May 27, 
1918. 

Dec. 28, 
1917. 



1 Name changed to Ordway & Clark, Inc. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 85 

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. 



A. C. Titus & Company, Inc 

A. Dalton Company 

A. G. Pollard Company, .... 

A. H. Steele Co. 

A. H. Whidden & Son Incorporated, . 

A. J. Bates Company, .... 

A. L. Lindroth Company, .... 

A. T. Bridges Co., Incorporated, . 

A. W. Farrington Company, The,* 

Accounting Supply Manufacturing Company, 

Acme Register Company, .... 

Aetna Hosiery Company 

Aetna Mills 

Affa Specialty Co., 

Albiani Lunch Co., 

Algonquin Leather Company, 

Allen-Foster-Bridgeo Co., .... 

Allen-Squire Company, .... 

American Flour & Export Company, . 

American Mineral Company, 

American Motor Equipment Company, 

American Putty Company, 

American Woolen Products Company, . 

American Woolen Products Company, . 

Ames Plow Company, .... 

Amesbury Body Company, 

t 

Angus Engineering Company, Incorporated, . 

Archer-St:;au3s Rubber Company, 

Arlington Shoe Co 

Armstrong Knitting Mills, .... 

Associated Architects Printing & Supply Co., 



Salem, . 

Haverhill, 

Lowell, . 

Worcester, 

Peabody, 

Webster, 

North Attleborough, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Somerville, 

Worcester, 

Watertown 

Newton. 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Spencer, 



Boston, Mass 
New York, ? 

Boston, Mass. 
Waterville, 

Boston, . 



Somerville, 

Boston, Mass 
New York, '. 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, 

Boston, . 

Amesbury, 

Boston, Mass 

New York, 

Framingham, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 



Boston, 



and 



, and 
f.Y. 
, and 
Vt. 



pnd 
Y. 
f.nd 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 



$30,000 
10,000 

300,000 
5,000 
15,000 

1 400,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5 60,000 

1 1,500 

2 1,000 
100,000 

15,000 

1 225,000 

2 450,000 

5,000 

10,000 
100,000 
100,000 

1 40,000 

2 10,000 

5,000 



1 15,000 

2 25,000 
15,000 

25,000 

200,000 

225,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
10,000 

2 100,000 

2,000 

6 25,000 
' 25,000 
2 50,000 

1 8,000 

2 2,000 



$5,000 
5,000 
300,000 
17,000 
35,000 
8 200,000 

10,000 

5,000 

40,000 

2 1,500 

100,000 

35,000 

1 300,000 

5,000 

70,000 

40,000 

100,000 

1 50,000 

45,000 

I 100,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
35,000 

175,000 

200,000 

50,000 

1 25,000 

2 25,000 
240,000 

1 35,000 

2 50,000 

3,000 

8 100,000 



1 4,000 

2 1,000 



$35,000 
15,000 



50,000 

> 400,000 

s 200,000 

2 100,000 

20,000 

10,000 

100,000 

1 1,500 
2 2,500 
200,000 

50,000 

1 525,000 

2 450,000 

10,000 



0,000 



1 90,000 
2 10,000 

50,000 

1 100,000 

2 60,000 

1 40,000 

2 50,000 
50,000 

200,000 

400,000 

275,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
250,000 

1 35,000 

2 150,000 

5,000 

6 25,000 

7 25,000 
8 100,000 

2 50,000 
1 12,000 

2 3,000 



Aug. 1, 

1918. 
Oct. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 

Aug. 8, 

1918. 
May 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 31, 

1918. 
Mch. 6, 

1918. 
Oct. 29, 

1918. 
Dec. 4, 

1917. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Sept. 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 8, 

1918. 
June 8, 

1918. 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 
Dec. 4, 

1917. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
Aug. 29, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 
Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Nov.. 27, 

1918. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 



Feb. 13, 
1918. 



1 Preferred. 

* Common. 

» Special preferred. ' 

* Name changed to A. W. Farrington Company. 



Amount of authorized capital stock was reduced from 
$40,000 preferred and $60,000 common, as stated in 
this certificate. 

Preferred First Series. 

Preferred Second Series. 

Preferred Third Series. 



86 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

Articles of Aviendment {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. 


Atlantic Dyestuff Company, 


Boston, . ■ 


$50,000 


S50,000 


$100,000 


Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Feb. 13, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 5, 

1918. 
Dec. 21, 

1917. 
Aug. 30, 

1918. 
Der. 5, 

1917. 

July 31, 

1918. 
June 13, 

1918. 
Dec. 17, 

1917. 
Jan. 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 


Atlas Box Company, 


Boston, . 




10,000 


10,000 


20,000 


Atwater Knitting Company, The, 
Ayer Mills, . . . . ' . 


Westfield, 
Boston, . 




1 50,000 
1,000,000 


2 30,000 
1,000,000 


2 30,000 

1 50,000 

2,000,000 


Bailie Basket Manufacturing Company, The, 

Baker & Kimball, Inc 

Bancroft Hotel Company, .... 


Boston, Mass 
Peterboro, I 
Boston, . 

Worcester, 


, and 


2 5,000 
1 5,000 
2 40,000 
1 10,000 
158,800 


2 10,000 

1 10,000 

2 25,000 

31,000 


2 15,000 
1 15,000 
2 65,000 
1 10,000 
189,800 


Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe Company, The, . 
Beaudry & Company, Incorporated,' . 


Boston, Mass 
Beacon F 
Conn. 

Boston, . 


, am 
alls 


2 850,000 
1 1,200,000 

10,000 


1 300,000 
40,000 


2 850,000 
1 1,500,000 

50,000 


Bekkenhuis & Smalle, Inc., 


Maiden, . 




15,000 


10,000 


25,000 


Bell Company, The, 

Benz Kid Company 

Berkshire Grocery Company, 


Worcester, 
Lynn, . 
Pittsfield, 




2 10,000 

I 40,000 

50,000 

60,000 


1 25,000 

550,000 

50,000 


2 10,000 
1 65,000 
600,000 

110,000 


Berkshire Magneto Company, 


Pittsfield, 




150,000 


100,000 


250,000 


Besse & Bryant Company Incorporated, 
Besse-Ashworth Company Incorporated, 
Besse-Avery Company Incorporated, . 


Springfield, 

: nd Nashua 
Springfield, 

and Bangor 
Springfield, 

and Kansas 

Mo. 


vlass. 
N.H 
Vlass. 
Me. 
4ass. 
City 


15,000 
39,000 
70,000 


30,000 
41,000 
70,000 


45,000 
80,000 
140,000 


Besse-Baker Company, .... 


Brockton, 


40,000 


20,000 


60,000 


Mch. 28, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 
1918. 


Besse-Boeker Company Incorporated, . 


Springfield, Mass. 

and Providence 

R. I. 
Springfield, Mass. 

and M e r i d e n 

Conn. 
Worcester, 


30,000 


70,000 


100,000 


Besse-Boynton Company Incorporated, 
Besse-Bryant Company 


30,000 
60,000 


50,000 
40,000 


80,000 
100,000 


Mch. 28, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 

Mch. 28, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Feb. 14, 

1918. 
Aug. 17, 

1918. 


Besse-Carpenter Company, 


Springfield, 


60,000 


40,000 


100,000 


Besse-CIarke Company Incorporated, . 


Springfield, 


18,000 


■ 27,000 


45,000 


Besse-Eldridge Company Inc., . 
Besse-Leland Company Incorporated, . 
Besse-Mills Company, .... 


Springfield, Mass. 

and Manchester 

N. H. 
Springfield, Mass. 

and New Britain 

Conn. 
Holyoke, 


36,000 
30,000 
45,000 


44,000 
50,000 
55,000 


80,000 
80,000 
100,000 


Besse-Richey Company Incorporated, . 
Besse-Rolfe Company, .... 


Springfield, Mass. 

and New Haven 

Conn. 
Lynn, . 


40,000 
50,000 


60,000 
50,000 


100,000 
100,000 


Besse Russell Company 


Fall River, . 


21,600 


38,400 


60,000 


Besse-Sprague Company Incorporated, 
Bieringer-Hanauer Co., .... 
Bigelow & Dowse Company, 


Springfield, Mass. 
and Syracuse, N.I 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 


48,000 

1 10,000 

2, < 190,000 
1 200,000 


52,000 
2 50,000 
1 10,000 


100,000 

2 50,000 

1 10,000 

2 190,000 

1 210,000 


1 Common. 

2 Preferred. 


5 And pu 
* See cei 


rpose 
tifieat 


3 of the corporati 
e of reduction o 


on amended, 
f capital filed 


\ug. 17, 1918. 





1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 87 

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. 


Bird Machine Co., 


Walpole, 


S50,000 


$50,000 


$100,000 


Aug. 19r 
1918. 

Mch. 14,. 
1918. 

Jan. 2,. 
1918. 

Apr. 22r 


Blacker and Shepard Company, . 






Boston, . 


40,000 


40,000 


80,000 


Bliss & Perry Co., 






Newburyport, 


50,0'00 


75,000 


125,000 


Bolton Worsted Mills, Inc., 






Methuen, 


I 80,000 


2 100,000 


2 100,000 












1 70,000 


1 150,000 


1918. 


Boston Brazing Company, . 






Boston, . 


5,000 


5,000 


10,000 


June 26, 
1918. 

July 5. 
1918. 

Jan. 10, 


Boston Combining Company, 






Mansfield, 


1,000 


9,000 


10,000 


Boston Fabric Shoe Co., 






Boston, . 


s 15,000 


6 85,000 


6 100,000 










< 10,000 


6 90,000 


e 100,000 


1918. 


Boston Food Products Company, 






Boston, Mass., and 


2 90,000 


2 285,000 


2 375,000 


Aug. 7, 








New York, N. Y. 


1 60,000 


1 315,000 


1 375,000 


1918. 


Boston Index Card Company, 






Boston, . 


2 25,000 
1 25,000 


1 50,000 


2 25,000 
1 75,000 


Nov. 5, 
1918. 


Boston Paper Board Company, . 






Boston, . 


25,000 


50,000 


75,000 


Jan. 8, 

1918. 
Nov. 27, 


Boston Paper Manufacturing Company, 




Boston, . 


1, ' 25,000 


2 25,000 


2 25,000 












1 25,000 


1918. 


Boston Wholesale Grocery Company, The, 




Boston, . 


2 20,000 
1 150,000 


1 50,000 


2 20,000 
1 200,000 


Oct. 15, 
1918. 


Bowen, Inc. 






Boston, . 


25,000 


75,000 


100,000 


Nov. 25, 

1918. 
June 7, 


Brewer & Company Inc., . 






Fall River,' . 


' 45,000 


2 300,000 


2 300,000 












1 1,155,000 


1 1,200,000 


1918. 


Brockton Iron and Metal Company, 






Brockton, 


3,000 


1,000 


4,000 


Der. 19, 
1917. 

Jan. 25, 
1918. 

Oct. 5, 


Brockton Publishing Company, . 






Brockton, 


8,000 


92,000 


100,000 


Brooklyn Tube Works, 






Boston, Mass., and 


2 20,000 


2 10,000 


2 30,000 








New York, N. Y. 


1 60,000 




1 60,000 


1918. 


Brooks-Skinner Company, . 






Weymouth, . 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


Feb. 14, 
1918. 

Sept. 19, 
1918. 

Apr. 13, 


Brookside Dairy Inc., 






Northampton, 


5,000 


5,000 


10,000 


Brophy Bros. Shoe Co., 






Lynn, . 


1 100,000 


2 200,000 


2 200,000 














1 100,000 


1918. 


Brown-Howland Company, 






Boston, . 


2 50,000 


2 70,000 


2 120,000 


Feb. 28, 










1 25,000 


1 55,000 


1 80,000 


1918. 


Brunswick Hotel Co., 






Boston, . 


2 100,000 
1 100,000 


2 132,000 


2 232,000 
1 100,000 


Jan. 17, 
1918. 


Bryant-Besse Company Incorporated, 






Springfield, Mass., 
and N r w a 1 k. 
Conn. 


10,000 


20,000 


30,000 


Mch. 28, 
1918. 


Bugbee and Niles Co., 






North Attleborough, 


1 50,000 


2 25,000 
1 25,000 


2 25,000 
1 75,000 


Apr. 18, 
1918. 


Burdett Shoe Company, 






Lynn, . 


1 50,000 


2 50,000 


2 50,000 
1 50,000 


June 7, 
1918. 


Burmon & Bolonsky, Inc., Successors 


to P 




Boston, . 


200,000 


50,000 


250,000 


May 4, 


Lewitzky & Co., Inc., 














1918. 


Bush and Witherspoon Company, 






Bostqp, Mass., and 
Waco, Texas. 


1 60,000 


2 500,000 


2 500,000 
I 60,000 


July 23, 
1918. 


C. A. Cross & Co., — Incorporated, 






Fitchbiirg, 


100,000 


50,000 


150,000 


Feb. 23, 
1918. 

June 14, 
1918. 

July 2, 


C. A. Cross & Co., — Incorporated, 






Fitchburg, 


150,000 


50,000 


200,000 


C. A. Spencer & Son Company, . 






Boston, . 


100,000 


90,000 


190,000 












1918. 



1 Common. 

2 Preferred. 

5 Preferred, par vahie $100 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 
< Common, par value $25 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 



5 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

6 Common, par value $10 per share. 

' See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 27, 1918. 
8 Principal office in Massachusetts changed from Fall River 
to Worcester. 



88 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

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. 



0. H. Spring Company, 
C. T. Brigham Company, . 
C. W. Haselton Company, . 
Cambridge Novelty Company, . 
Cape Cod Fish Products Company, 

Carl G. Westlund Co 

Carpenter-Morton Company, 
CarroU-Jellerson Shoe Co., ... 
Carter, Russell and Company, Incorporated, 
Carter's Ink Company, The, 
Cass and Daley Shoe Company, The,' . 

Chapman Manufacturing Company, 

Charles J. Jager Company, 

Charles J. Jager Company, 

Charles W. Arnold & Company, Corporation, 

Chattel Loan Company, 

Chauncy Fur Co., .... 

Chelsea Foundry Company,' 

Chemical Specialty Company, The,8 . 

Churchill Company 

Claflin-Sumner Coal Company, . 
Clary Von Carlsberg Co.,' . . \ 
Coconut Plantations Company,' . 

Colonial Products Company, 

Columbia Jewelry Company, 

Columbia Textile Company, 

Comfort Shoe Co., .... 

Commercial Finance Corporation, 

Commercial Trading Company Incorporated, 



Wellesley, 

Pittsfield, 

Haverhill, 

Cambridge, 

Provincetown, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Norway, Me., 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Chelsea, 
Melrose, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 

Boston, Mass, 
Republic of 
ragua. 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Lowell, Mass, 
New York, 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 



, and 
Nica- 



, and 
N. Y. 



$20,000 

30,000 

2,000 

15,000 

1 75,000 

2 50,000 
25,000 

2 100,000 

J 10,000 

2 50,000 

10,000 



1 250,000 

2 250,000 

1 200,000 

2 200,000 
1, 6 20,000 
2, 5 26,000 

1 20,000 

2 60,000 
50,000 

2 75,000 

5,000 

35,000 

5,000 

5,000 

2 150,000 

20,000 

i» 250,000 
2 1,000,000 

50,000 

28,000 

2 150,000 

9,000 

1 1,000,000 

2 1,000,000 

120,000 



$130,000 

20,000 
18,000 
15,000 

1 50,000 

2 25,000 
15,000 

1 100,000 

2 65,000 

12,000 

1 500,000 
« 75,000 

1 100,000 

2 34,000 

2 20,000 

50,000 

6 75,000 

15,000 

10,000 

20,000 

10,000 

. 1 100,000 

50,000 

11 250,000 

25,000 

24,000 

1 150,000 

6,000 

1 2,000,000 

2 1,000,000 

80,000 



$150,000 

50,000 

20,000 

30,000 

1 125,000 

2 75,000 

40,000 

1 100,000 

2 100,000 
1 10,000 

2 115,000 
22,000 

1 500,000 

2 150,000 

1 250,000 
4 75,000 

2 250,000 

1 300,000 

2 200,000 

1 20,000 

2 60,000 

1 20,000 

2 80,000 
100,000 

2 75,000 

6 75,000 

20,000 

45,000 

25,000 

15,000 

1 100,000 

2 150,000 

70,000 

11 250,000 

< 250,000 

2 1,000,000 

75,000 

52,000 

1 150,000 

2 150,000 

15,000 

1 3,000,000 

2 2,000,000 

200,000 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

' And amendment relative to rights of all classes of stock. 

* Second preferred. 

* See certificate of reduction of capital filed Feb. 27, 1918. 
' Series "A" Common. 



' And purposes of the corporation amended. 

8 Name changed to F. A. Putnam Mfg. Co. 

9 Name changed to The Clary-Schervee Company, and 

purposes of the corporation amended. 

10 Preferred, but now changed to second preferred. 

11 First preferred. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 89 

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. 


•Commonwealth Fisheries Co 


Boston, . 


1 $362,000 


$38,000 


$400,000 


May 28, 
1918. 

Jan. 5, 
1918. 

Feb. 2, 


Commonwealth Gas and Electric Corporation, 


Boston, . 


1,000 


99,000 


100,000 


•Community Motion Picture Bureau, . 


Boston, . 


2 25,000 


' 30,000 


3 30,000 








2 20,000 


2 45,000 


1918. 


■Conant, Houghton and Co., Incorporated, . 


Littleton, Mass., and 


2 99,000 


5 50,000 


3 50,000 


Aug. 1, 




New York, N. Y. 




2 21,000 


2 120,000 


1918. 


■Connecticut Mills Company,^ 


Boston, Mass., and 


6 500,000 


« 500,000 


' 500,000 


Nov. 11, 




Killingly, Conn. 


2 500,000 


2 50,000 


6 500,000 
2 650,000 


1918. 


Connolly Company 


Beverly, 


25,000 


10,000 


35,000 


Dec. 10. 

1917. 
July 16, 


Consolidated Manufacturing Company, 


Boston, . 


2 50,000 


' 15,000 


3 15,000 








2 35,000 


2 85,000 


1918. 


Consumers' Company, .... 


Boston, . 


8, s 10,000 


10 40,000 


i» 40,000 
8 10,000 


Apr. 18, 
1918. 


■Converse Rubber Shoe Company, 


Boston, . 


" 104,900 


12 250,000 


11 104,900 


Apr. 18, 






12 1,270,100 




12 1,520,100 


1918. 






13 375,000 




13 375,000 




Cook Borden & Company, Inc 


Fall River, . 


3 60,000 


3 30,000 


3 90,000 


Jan. 11, 






2 140,000 


2 70,000 


2 210,000 


1918. 


Crescent Leather Company, 


Boston, . 


25,000 


25,000 


50,000 


July 29, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
July 30, 


Gushing Beef Company 


Boston, . 


4,000 


16,000 


20,000 


D. F. Munroe Company, .... 


Boston, . 


50,000 


50,000 


100,000 


D. M. Dillon Steam Boiler Works, 


Fitchburg, 


100,000 


400,000 


500,000 


Daggett Reduction and Milling Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 


50,000 


10,000 


60,000 




Daggett, Cal. 








1918. • 


Daggett Reduction and Milling Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 
Daggett, Cal. 


60,000 


2,500 


62,500 


Aug. 7. 
1918. 


Davis-Levenson Costume Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10,000 


20,000 


Aug. 17, 

1918. 
Feb. 21, 


Defiance Manufacturing Company, 


Norton, 


3 300,000 


3 200,000 


3 500,000 






2 500,000 




2 500,000 


1918. 


Denison, Pratt Paper Company (Incorpo- 


Boston, . 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


Mch. 11, 


rated). 










1918. 


Dr. I. Rosenberg Hanover Dental Company, 


Boston, . 


1,000 


1,000 


2,000 


Sept. 3, 
1918. 

Nov. 5, 
1918. 

Sept. 27, 


Dr. I. Rosenberg Hanover Dental Company, 


Boston, . 


2,000 


1,000 


3,000 




Boston, . 


" 25,000 


16 50,000 


15 50,000 










" 25,000 


1918. 


Donnell, Carman and Mudge, Inc., 


Boston, . 


60,000 


120,000 


180,000 


July 1, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
June 24, 

1918. 
June 21, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 


Driscoll & Company, Inc 


Marblehead, . 


2,000 


8,000 


10,000 


Duncan-Dahl Co., 


Everett, 


5,000 


20,000 


25,000 


E. C. Woodman Company, 


Lynn, . 


10,000 


2,000 


12,000 


E. E. Taylor Company," .... 


Boston, . 


1' 1,000,000 


18 200,000 


18 200,000 






6 650,000 




" 1,000,000 


1918. 






2 350,000 




6 650,000 
2 350,000 





1 See certificate of reduction of capital filed May 28, 1918. 

2 Common. 
' Preferred. 

« And statement of rights of second preferred stock, and 
statement of provisions for subscription to new stock 
by holders of present common stock. 

' Preferred, but now changed to first preferred. 

« Second preferred. 

' First preferred. 

8 Common, par value $10 per share. 

» See certificate of reduction of capital filed Apr. 18, 1918. 



10 Preferred, par value $100 per share. 

11 Redeemable preferred. 

12 Non-redeemable preferred. 

13 General capital. 

14 Common, par value $5 per share. 
13 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

w And amendment relative to rights of and restrictions on 

all classes of stock. 
1' First preferred. 
18 Class A. preferred. 



90 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

Articles of Amendment (hicrease 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. 


E. H. Porter Company 


Peabody, 


$5,000 


$20,000 


S25,000 


Jan. 30, 

1918. 
May 28, 


E. M. Coats & Co. Incorporated, 


Springfield, . 


1 5,000 


2 225,000 


1 5,000 






2 20,000 




s 245,000 


1918. 


E. R. Sherburne Company, 


Boston, . 


1 10,000 


2 120,000 


1 10,000 


Apr. 3, 






s 50,000 




s 50,000 


1918. 






2 15,000 




2 135,000 








« 5,000 




4 5,000 




Eastern Coal Company, .... 


Attlebcro, 


30,000 


70,000 


100,000 


Aug. 17, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 


Eastern Grain Company, .... 


Bridgewater, . 


6 4,000 


5 25,000 


6 25,000 








7 25,000 


' 25,000 


1918. 








8 146,000 


8 150,000 




Eastern Leather Company, 


Boston, . 


1 2,500,000 


1 500,000 


1 3,000,000 


Oct. 23, 






2 2,500,000 




2 2,500,000 


1918. 


Economy Electric Co 


Worcester, 


5,000 


7,000 


12,000 


June 12, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Jan. 21, 
1918. 

May 7, 


Edward Perkins Lumber Co 


Newburyport, 


10,000 


22,000 


32,000 


Edward Rose Company 


Boston, . 


100,000 


150,000 


250,000 


Edward Rose Company 


Boston, . 


2 250,000 


1 50,000 


1 50,000 










2 250,000 


1918. 


Emery & Marshall Co 


Haverhill, 


175,000 


25,000 


200,000 


Nov. 11, 

1918. 
May 22, 


Empire Theatre Realty Company, 


Fall River, . 


2 150.000 


1 65,000 


1 65,000 










2 150,000 


1918. 


Engel Shoe Company, .... 


Everett, 


50,000 


50,000 


100,000 


July 17, 
1918. 


Essex Aniline Works, Inc., The, . 


Boston, . 


1 100,000 


2 100,000 


1, 9 100,000 


Nov. 26, 






2 5,000 




2 105,000 


1918. 


Estate of Josiah Perry, Inc., 


Dudley, 


2 95,000 


1 255,000 


1 255,000 
2 95,000 


Jan. 29, 
1918. 


Etna Company, 


Taunton, 


15,000 


50,000 


65,000 


June 22, 

1918. 
May 10, 


Evatt Construction Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


30,000 


80,000 












1918. 


Eveready Mfg. Company of Boston, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


15,000 


25,000 


Jan. 18, 
1918. 


Everett Gazette Publishing Company, Incor- 


Everett, 


1,500 


1,500 


3,000 


Mch. 18, 


porated. 










1918. 


F. A. Button Motor Co 


Boston, . 


w 15,000 


10,000 


25,000 


Dec. 14, 

1917. 
July 16, 

1918. 
Oct. 11, 

1918. 
Aug. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 


F. E. Burke Shoe Company, 


Boston, . 


10,000 


10,000 


20,000 


F. E. Nelson Company 


Lowell, . 


100,000 


100,000 


200,000 


F. J. O'Hara Leather Company, . 


Boston, . 


10,000 


25,000 


35,000 


F. M. Keeler Company, The, 


Boston, . 


2 40,000 


1 1,500 


1 1,500 










2 40,000 


1918. 


Fairburn's Market, Inc., .... 


Lowell, . 


5,000 


30,000 


35,000 


July 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 12, 


Federal Feature Film Corporation, 


Boston, . 


11 50,000 


12 50,000 


12 50,000 










IS 50,000 


1918. 


Federal Hardware and Electric Co., 


Boston, . 


10,000 


15,000 


25,000 


Mch. 6, 
1918. 


Fire Protection Securities Company, . 


Boston, . 


5,000 


20,000 


25,000 


Mch. 5, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 


Fitchburg Dry Goods Company, . 


Fitchburg, 


8,000 


7,000 


15,000 












1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

' Preferred, Class A. 
* Common, Class B. 
5 Common, par value $100 per share, but now ch?nged to 

$25 per share. 
« General preferred, par value $25 per share. ^ 
' Special preferred, par value $25 per share. 



s Common, par value $25 per share. 

9 See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 26, 1918. 

10 This amount was reduced from $25,000, as stated in this 

certificate. 

11 Common, par value $100 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 

12 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 
IS Common, par value $10 per share. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 91 

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. 


Fitchburg Dry Goods Company, . 


Fitchburg, 


815,000 


$8,000 


$23,000 


May 4, 
1918. 

Apr. 25, 
1918. 

Mch. 28, 


Flitner-Atwood Company, .... 


Boston, . 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


Foster-Avery Company Incorporated, . 


Springfield, Mass., 


36,000 


44,000 


80,000 




and Portland, Me. 








1918. 


Foster-Besse Company Incorporated, . 


Springfield, Mass., and 
Bridgeport, Conn. 


48,000 


52,000 


100,000 


Mch. 28, 
1918. 


Frank E. Davis Co 


Gloucester, 


1 60,000 


2 100,000 


2 100,000 
1 60,000 


May 28, 
1918. 


Fred C. Henderson, Inc.,' .... 


Boston, . 


1 150,000 


2 100,000 


2 100,000 
1 150,000 


June 18, 
1918. 


Fred F. Field Company,'' .... 


Brockton, 


1 30,000 


5 100,000 


s 100,000 


Dec. 31, 








6 400,000 


« 400,000 


1917. 








1 70,000 


1 100,000 




Frost Hardware Company 


Framingham, . 


10,000 


10,000 


20,000 


Aug. 16, 

1918. . 

Dec. 29, 


Fuller, Chandler and Patten Co., 


Hudson, 


2 30,000 


1 60,000 


2 30,000 






1 30,000 




1 90,000 


1917. 


Fuller, Chandler and Patten Co., 


Hudson, 


2 30,000 


1 40,000 


2 30,000 


Aug. 31, 






1 90,000 




1 130,000 


1918. 


G. C. A. Manufacturing Company, The, 


Pittsfield, 


5,000 


5,000 


10,000 


Mch. 16, 

1918. 
Jan. 12, 

1918. 
Sept. 27, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Aug. 8, 


G. E. Hoglund Foundry Company, 


Gardner, 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


G. H. Hoyt and Son, Incorporated, 


Haverhill, 


14.000 


6,000 


20,000 


G. H. Pulsifer Inc., 


Haverhill, 


5,000 


45,000 


50,000 


G. Haarmann and Company, Incorporated, . 


Holyoke, 


55,000 


15,000 


70,000 


G. W. Richardson Company, 


Newburyport, 


30,000 


30,000 


60,000 


Gardenside Bookshop, Inc., 


Boston, . 


2 10,000 


2 10,000 


2 20,000 






1 10,000 




1 10,000 


1918. 


George F. Carleton & Company, Inc., . 


Haverhill, 


40,000 


50,000 


90,000 


Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 3, 


George F. Welch Company, The, 


Scituate, 


!, ' 75,000 


1 25,000 


2 75,000 






1, 7 25,000 




1 50,000 


1918. 


Geo. McQuesten Co 


Boston, . 


2 700,000 


1 300,000 


2 700,000 


Sept. 18, 






1 100,000 




1 400,000 


1918. 


Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper Company, . 


Boston, . 


2 100,000 


1 100,000 


2 100,000 


Mch. 5, 






1 300,000 




1 400,000 


1918. 


George Willcomb Company, 


Boston, . 


1 250,000 


2 250,000 


2 250,000 
1 250,000 


Feb. 8, 
1918. 


Germania Mills, 


Holyoke, 


1 300,000 


2 500,000 


2 500,000 


Jan. 21, 








1 200,000 


1 500,000 


1918. 


Gilbert and Barker Manufacturing Company, 


West Springfield, . 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 


2,000,000 


July 13, 

1918. 
Aug. 10, 


Glendale Coal Company 


Everett, 


1 35,000 


2 20,000 


2 20,000 










1 35,000 


1918. 


Gold Mark ICnitting Company, . 


Boston, Mass., and 


8 100,000 


6 100,000 


6 100,000 


May 24, 




Woonsocket, R. I. 


1 50,000 




6 100,000 
1 50,000 


1918. 


Goodell-Pratt Company 


Greenfield, 


2 500,000 


2 250,000 


2 750,000 


Dec. 15, 






1 500,000 




1 500,000 


1917. 


Gorton-Pew Fisheries Company ,9 


Gloucester, 


i" 750,000 


11 2,000,000 


12 750,000 


Aug. 19, 






' 2,500,000 


1 750,000 


11 2,000,000 
1 3,250,000 


1918. 


Graton and Knight Manufacturing Company, 


Worcester, 


2 500,000 


e 2,000,000 


2 500,000 


Feb. 25, 






1 2,000,000 


1 500,000 


6 2,000,000 
1 2,500,000 


1918. 



1 Common. 

2 Preferred. 

' Purposes of the corporation amended. 

* And statement ot rights of and restrictions on all classes 

of stock. 
6 First preferred. 
6 Second preferred. 

' See certificate of reduction of capital filed Apr. 3, 1918. 
8 Preferred, but now changed to first preferred. 



' And provision for establishment of a sinking fund, state- 
ment of rights of all classes of stock, and provision per- 
mitting issue of shares of new preferred stock in 
exchange for shares of old preferred stock. 

1" Preferred, but now termea 7 per cent, preferred. 

" 8 per cent, preferred. 

" 7 per cent, preferred. A certificate of reduction of 
capital filed Aug. 19, 1918, provides for the retirement 
and cancellation of this entire amount on Oct. 1, 1918. 



92 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES.. [1918. 

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



NAME or CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Gray & Davis Inc., . 

Green's Drug Store, Inc., . 

<xunning Boiler and Machine Company, 

Gutterman, Strauss Company, 

Gutterman, Strauss Company, 

H. C. Puffer Company, 

H. E. Locke & Co. Inc., . 

H. H. Mawhinney Company, 

H. M. Sawyer & Son Incorporated, 

H. S. & M. W. Snyder, Inc., 

H. S. & M. W. Snyder, Inc., 

H. S. Lawrence Clothing Co., 

H. v. Greene Company, 

H. W. Clark Biscuit Company, . 

H. W. Clark Company, 

Efadley Company, The," 

Hall and Hopkins Inc.,8 



Hamblin and Russell Manufacturing 

pany. 
Hammond Coal Co., Inc., . 

Hanson and Parker Limited, 

Harding Uniform & Regalia Company, 

Harper Shoe Company, 



Hartwell & Lester, Inc., 
■ Haverhill House Heating Company, 
Hayden & demons Inc., 
Helbum, Thompson Company.n . 
Henley-Kimball Company, The, . 
Henry N. Clark Company, . 
Hilliard & Tabor, Inc., 
Hittinger Fruit Company, The, . ^ 



The, 



Com 



The, 



Cambridge, 

Worcester, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

North Adams, 

North Adams, 

Worcester and Bos- 
ton.? 
Haverhill, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Brockton, Mass., and 
Brenos Aires, Ar- 
gentine Republic. 

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

Haverhill, 

Brockton, 
Salem, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Belmont, 



1 $1,000,000 
2 1,250,000 
3, 1 25,200 

15,000 

25,000 

75,000 

2 20,000 

200,000 

• 150,000 

2 100,000 

2 75,000 

200,000 

500,000 

40,000 
2 25,000 

75,000 

60,000 
2 50,000 

10,000 

5,000 

9 10,000 

96,000 
5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

10.000 

12,000 

1 25,000 

2 225,000 

100,000 

30,000 

160,000 

53,700 



2 $111,300 

6 74,800 

15,000 

50,000 

25,000 

1 40,000 

100,000 

2 350,000 

1 100,000 
300,000 
100,000 

20,000 

I 75,000 

60,000 

50,000 

1 30,000 

15,000 

75,000 

i" 40,000 

204,000 

45,000 

50,000 

40,000 
15,000 
16,000 

2 200,000 

50,000 

90,000 

40,000 

8,500 



I $1,000,000 

2 1,361,300 

5 74,800 

5 25,200 

30,000 

75,000 

100,000 

1 40,000 

2 20,000 
300,000 

1 150,000 

2 450,000 

1 100,000 
2 75,000 
500,000 

600,000 

60,000 

1 75,000 

2 25,000 
135,000 

110,000 

1 30,000 

2 50,000 
25,000 

80,000 

w 50,000 

300,000 

50,000 
100,000 

50,000 
25,000 
28,000 

1 25,000 

2 425,000 
150,000 

120,000 

200,000 

62,200 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

s Common, par value $100 per share. 

* See certificate of reduction of capital filed Aug. 28, 1918. 
' Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

* And statement of rights of and restrictions on preferred 

and common stock. 
' Principal office in Massachusetts, located at Worcester, 
changed to Springfield. 



8 Name changed to E. B. Hall Shoe Company. 

» Par value $10 per share, but now changed to $100 per 

share. 
»» Par value $100 per share. 

11 And amendment relative to restrictions on transfer of 

shares of common stock. 

12 And amendment relative to transfer and sale of stock. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 9S 

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. 



Hixon Electric Co., . ." . . 

Holbrook Mills Company, . 

Holden Woolen Company, . . 

HoUiston Woolen Mills Company, 

Hood Tire Company, Inc., . 

Hooper, Kimball & Williams, Incorporated, 

Hopedale Manufacturing Company, 

Hopedale Manufacturing Company, 

Horace N. Noyes, Incorporated, . 

Hotel Victoria Company, . 

Howard & Foster Co., 

Hudson Sole Co 

Hudson Upper Co., .... 

Humboldt Manufacturing Company, The, 

Huntts, Inc ' 

Hy-Carbo Steel Co ' . 

Hyde Manufacturing Company, . 

Hygrade Lamp Company, . 

Ideal Restaurant Company, 

Independent Wire Nail Manufacturing Com' 

pany. Inc., 
Indian Hill Company, 

Ireland-Grafton Company, . 

J. A. Rice Company, .... 

J. B. Judkins Company, 

J. C. Haartz Inc., .... 

J. H. Murray Company, 

J. H. Winchell & Co., Incorporated, 

J. L. Hammett Company, . 

J. M. MoCracken Co., 

J. W. Proctor & Son Company, . 

Jackson's Confectionery Company," . 



Boston, . 

Millbury, 

Boston, . 

Holliston, 

Watertown, 

Boston, . 

Milford, 

Milford, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Hudson, 

Hudson, 

Boston, . 

Lynn, . 

Lowell, . 

Southbridge, 

Salem, . 

Quincy, 

Brockton, 

Worcester, 

Newburyport, 

Rockland, 

Merrimac, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Haverhill, 
Boston, . 



1 $10,000 
2 20,000 
' 75,000 

25,000 

10,000 

20,000 

25,000 

1 .30,000 
2 30,000 

1 30,000 

2 60,000 

5,000 

25,000 

2 300,000 

30,000 
30,000 
5,000 

1 5,000 
2 20,000 

20,000 

2 8,000 
300,000 

< 5,000 

6,000 

100,000 

15,000 

2, 6 7,300 

100,000 

' 20,000 

10,000 

9 100,000 
2 50,000 

2 50,000 

10,000 

15,000 

1 50,000 

2 40,000 



2 $70,000 
25,000 
25,000 
90,000 
80,000 
75,000 
2 30,000 

1 30,000 
25,000 
50,000 

1 200,000 

20,000 

10,000 

5,000 

2 75,000 

20,000 

1 100,000 
2 42,000 
100,000 

5 5,000 

3,000 

200,000 
45,000 
1 7,700 
20,000 

8 80,000 

10,000 

1" 225,000 
2 25,000 

1 100,000 

15,000 

50,000 

1 35,000 



1 $10,000 
2 90,000 
100,000 



100,000 
100,000 
100,000 

1 30,000 

2 60,000 

1 60,000 

2 60,000 
30,000 

75,000 

1 200,000 

2 300,000 

50,000 



1 5,000 

2 95,000 

40,000 

1 100,000 
2 50,000 
400,000 

6 5,000 

* 5,000 

9,000 

300,000 

60,000 

1 7,700 

2 7,300 
120,000 

8 100,000 

20,000 

" 100,000 

10 225,000 

2 75,000 

1 100,000 

2 50,000 

25,000 

65,000 

1 85,000 

2 40,000 



May 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Dec. 7, 

1917. 
Apr. 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 24,. 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 
June 5, 

1918. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Apr. 16,. 

1918. 
Aug. 31, 

1918. 
Aug. 31, 

1918. 
June 15, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
May 17, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Sept. 13, 

1918. 
Apr. 9, 

1918. 
June 11, 

1918. 
Sept. 27, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Sept. 18, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 

Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Nov. 21, 

1918. 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

8 See certificate of reduction of capital filed Mch. 27, 1918. 

* Common, par value $100 per share. 
' Preferred, par value $25 per share. 

• See certificate of reduction of capital filed June 11, 1918. 



' Par value $20 per share, but now changed to $100 per 
share. 

8 Par value $100 per share. 

• Preferred, but now changed to first preferred. 

i" Second preferred. 

" First preferred. 

u And amendment relative to dividends and notes. 



^4 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

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. 



■Jalisco Mining Co., . 
James D. Rawles Company, 
James D. Rawles Company, 
Jamesville Woolen Mills Company, 
Jerome D. Murphy Company, i 
Jesse Roberts Company, Inc., 
John M. Brophy Co., 
John R. Donovan Company, 
John West Thread Co., The, 
Johnson-Appleby Company, 
Jones-Mannix Company, 
Joseph T. Wood Company, 
•Julius Kallman Company, . 
Katama M<lls, . 
Kim Distributing Co., 
Kimball System, Incorporated, The, 
Kinney Manufacturing Company, 
Knipe Bros. Incorporated, . 
Knowles Freeman Fish Company, 
Kom Leather Company, 
L. B. Ramsdell Company, 
L. M. Koritz Company, 
L. Q. White Shoe Company, 
Lane Brothers Company, 
Lawrence & Kendall, Inc., 
Lenox Operating Company, The, 
Leonard Watch Company, 
Lewis J. Bird Company, 
Liberty-Durgin, Inc., . 
Liberty Paper Company, 
Xighting Supply Company,' 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Worcester, 
Fall River, 
Salem, . 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
West Brookfield, 
Boston, . 
Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Lowell, . 
Boston, . 



H. 



Haverhill, Mass., and 

Newport, N 
Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Gardner, 

Lawrence, 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, .- 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



$100,000 

10,000 

20,000 

10,000 

3,000 

4,000 

5,000 

2 30,000 

5 50,000 

2 100,000 

8 20,000 

2 30,000 
15,000 

3 25,000 
2 50,000 

150,000 

500,000 

2 50,000 

2,500 

s 500,000 

2 1,000,000 

75,000 

5,000 

20,000 

45,000 

25,000 

2 250,000 

100,000 

2 3,000 

2 25,000 

60,000 

5,000 

30,000 

8 60,000 

2 15,000 

5, 6 140,000 



S900,000 

10,000 

30,000 

90,000 

7,000 

2,000 

20,000 

s 70,000 

5 50,000 

2 50,000 
15,000 

3 25,000 
50,000 

1,000,000 

s 45,000 

22,500 

s 500,000 
75,000 
10,000 
80,000 
45,000 
50,000 

3 750,000 

200,000 

s 5,000 
"2 5,000 
3 50,000 

60,000 

10,000 

95,000 

2 85,000 

' 25,000 
8 35,000 



$1,000,000 
20,000 
50,000 
100,000 
10,000 
6,000 
25,000 

s 70,000 

2 30,000 
3 100,000 

2 100,000 

3 20,000 

2 80,000 
30,000 

3 50,000 

2 50,000 
200,000 

1,500,000 

3 45,000 

2 50,000 
25,000 

3 1,000,000 

2 1,000,000 

150,000 

15,000 

100,000 

90,000 

75,000 

3 750,000 
2 250,000 

300,000 

3 5,000 
2 8,000 

3 50,000 

2 25,000 
120,000 

15,000 

125,000 

3 60,000 
2 100,000 

' 25,000 
8, 9 175,000 



1 Name changed to Federal Supply Co. Inc. 

2 Common. 

3 Preferred. 

* Name changed to Massachusetts Gas-Switch Company. 
5 Common, par value $100 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 

* The authorized capital stock was reduced to this amount 
, by certificate of reduction of capital filed Oct. 17, 1918. 



7 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

8 Coromon, par value $10 per share. 

9 The certificate of reduction of capital Sled Oct. 17, 1918, 

provides for a reduction of common stock from this 
amount to $35,000. This present certificate of increase 
of capital also provides for a further increase of capital 
stock, as shown in abstract next following. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

Articles of Amendment (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. 



Lighting Supply Company, 

Lincoln Polishing Company, 

Lincoln, Willey & Company, Incorporated, 

Lincoln Yarn Company, 

Linehan-Conover Company, 

Linscott-Tyler-Wilson Company, 

Longwood Garage Inc., 

Louis Rothstein, Incorporated, . 

Lowell Textile Company, The, 

Loxon Co., The, .... 

Lynn Last Company, 

Lynn Rubber Manufacturing Company, 

Lyons and Hershenson, Incorporated, . 

Lyons Manufacturing Company, The, . 

M. & M. Shoe Co., Inc., . 

M. B. Marston Company, . 

M. Finkovitch, Inc., . 

M. H. Bates Co., 

M. O'Keeffe, Incorporated, 

M. T. Stevens and Sons Company, 

Macgregor Instrument Company, 

Machinery & Metals Sales Company, . 

Machinery & Metals Sales Company, . 

Marcy Company, The, 

Marin Furniture Company, 

Marshall Fabric Co., .... 

Massachusetts Auto Finance Co., 

Massachusetts Auto Finance Co., 

Massachusetts Machine Shop, Inc., 

Medford Woolen Manufacturing Company 

The. 
Middlesex Biscuit Co., 



Midland Chief Mines Company, 



Boston, . 
Quincy, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 



Boston, Mass 

Rochester, N. H. 
Boston, 



Boston, 

Lowell, 

Boston, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Melrose, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

North Andover, 

Boston, . 



Boston, Mass, 



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

New York, N. Y. 
Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Medford, 

Maiden, 



Boston, Mass 



and 



and 



, and 



Georgetown, Colo, 



1 $25,000 
2, 3 35,000 

15,000 

12,000 
10,000 

2 50,000 

200,000 

5,000 

20,000 

55,000 

2, * 185,000 

10,500 

2 50,000 
20,000 
50,000 
10,000 
2. 6 10,000 
95,200 

2 20,000 

2 300,000 
2 800,000 

1 32,500 

2 50,000 

1 25,000 

2 60,000 
1 100,000 

2 60,000 
25,000 

15,000 

2 3,000 

6 25,000 
' 25,000 

1 60,000 

2 40,000 
25,000 

100,000 

5,000 

200,000 



2 $140,000 

3,000 

18,000 

40,000 

1 25,000 

100,000 

2,500 

20,000 

75,000 

1 65,000 

28,500 

1 50,000 

30,000 

50,000 

18,000 

1 10,000 

129,800 

1 20,000 
1 200,000 

1 600,000 

2 70,000 
1 17,500 

I 75,000 

1 75,000 
65,000 
10,000 

I 8,500 

2 10,500 

8 35,000 

9 15,000 
1 130,000 

2 20,000 
25,000 

100,000 

10,000 

50,000 



1 $25,000 

2 175,000 

18,000 

30,000 
50,000 

1 25,000 

2 50,000 
300,000 



40,000 

130,000 

1 65,000 

2 185,000 

39,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
50,000 

100,000 

28,000 

1 10,000 

2 10,000 
225,000 

1 20,000 

2 20,000 

1 200,000 

2 300,000 

1 600,000 

2 870,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 
1 100,000 

2 60,000 

1 175,000 

2 60,000 

90,000 

25,000 

1 8,500 
2 13,500 

8 60,000 

9 40,000 
1 190,000 

2 60,000 
50,000 

200,000 

15,000 

250,000 



Oct. 17. 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
June 8, 

1918. 
Dec. 13, 

1917. 
Nov. 22, 

1918. 
Jan. 16, 

1918. 
June 18, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
Nov. 14, 

1918. 
July 2. 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 
Aug. 16, 

1918. 
May 29, 

1918. 
Aug. 31, 

1918. 
Nov. 23. 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
Nov. 8, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
Sept. 6, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 
Nov. 8, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Dec. 28, 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Aug. 27, 

1918. 
June 19, 

1918. 
Oct. 9, 

1918. 
Jan. 26, 

1918. 



' Preferred. 
2 Common. 

* The authorized capital stock was reduced to this amount 

by the certificate of reduction of capital filed Oct. 17, 
1918. 

* See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 14, 1918. 

* See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 23, 1918. 



6 Preferred, par value $100 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 
' Common, par value $100 per share, but now changed to 

$10 per share. 

8 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

9 Common, par value $10 per share. 



I 



96 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [iai8. 

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. 



Mill-Wall Shoe and Leather Company,' 
Millbury Steel Foundry Company, 
Miller Safety Tooth Brush Company.^ 
Miller-Tsivoglou Company, The, 
Miller-Tsivoglou Company, The, 
Minute Tapioca Company, . 
Mitchell & Company Incorporated, 
Mitchell-Caunt Company, . 
Mitchell, Woodbury Company, . 
Moisant Ozonized Water Company of Boston, 
Moistite Manufacturing Company, The, 
Montello Heel Company, . 

Moore Pen Co., The, . 

Morgan Construction Company, . 

Mutual Medical Association, Inc.,w 

N. S. Wilson Company, 

Nantasket Beach Steamboat Company, 

Nathan D. Dodge Shoe Company, 

Nathan D. Dodge Shoe Company, 

National Abrasive Company,'* . 

National Engineering Corporation,!^ 

National Fastener Company, 
Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company, 
Needham Tire Company, . 



New Bedford Foimdry and Machine 

pany. 
New Bedford Textile Co., . 

New England Agency Company, Inc., 



Corn- 



Lynn, . 
Millbury, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Orange, . 
Haverhill, 
Lynn, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Newburyport, 

Newburyport, 

Boston, . 

Lowell, Mass. 
New York, 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Needham, 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 



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



and 
N. Y 



$5,000 
2, 3 50,000 

* 50,000 
2 100,000 

10,000 

25,000 

* 50,000 
2 50,000 

65,000 

30,000 

2 220,700 

e 25,000 

30,000 

2 20,000 

75,000 

2 100,000 

« 45,000 

2 5,000 

11 10,000 

800,000 

2 150,000 

2, IS 150,000 

« 150,000 

2 150,000 

16 50,000 

2 50,000 

25,000 

2,250,000 

* 225,000 

2 175,000 

15,000 

25,000 

2 100,000 



$15,000 

* 50,000 

* 50,000 
2 50,000 

15,000 

25,000 

* 150,000 
2 50,000 

35,000 

70,000 

* 10,000 
2 19,300 

1 5,000 

70,000 

8 26,000 

9 54,000 

50,000 
8 100,000 

* 355,000 
2 45,000 

12 15,000 

200,000 
« 50,000 

* 100,000 
< 100,000 

" 100,000 

25,000 

750,000 

4 300,000 

15,000 

75,000 

< 50,000 



$20,000 

* 50,000 
2 50,000 

< 100,000 
2 150,000 

25,000 

50,000 

* 200,000 
2 100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

* 10,000 
2 240,000 

' 5,000 
» 25,000 
100,000 

8 26,000 
» 54,000 
2 20,000 
125,000 

8 100,000 
2 100,000 
« 400,000 
2 50,000 
12 25,000 

1,000,000 

* 50,000 
2 150,000 

* 100,000 
2 150,000 

< 250,000 
2 150,000 

1' 100,000 

18 50,000 

2 50,000 

50,000 

3,000,000 

* 525,000 
2 175,000 

30,000 

100,000 

* 50,000 
2 100,000 



1 Name changed to Mill-Wall Shoe Company. 

2 Common. 

• See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 18, 1918. 
« Preferred. 

6 Name changed to Miller Safety Brush Company, and 
purposes of the corporation amended. 

• Common, par value $50 per share. 
' Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

• First preferred. 

• Second preferred. 



10 And amendment relative to rights of preferred and com- 

mon stock. 

11 Par value $10 per share, but now changed to $100 per share. 

12 Par value $100 per share. 

IS See certificate of reduction of capital filed Nov. 1, 1918. 
1* And amendment to by-laws relative to powers of board 

of directors. 
1* And amendment relative to rights of all classes of stocks 
18 Preferred, but now changed to Class B, preferred. 
1' Class A, preferred. 
w Class B, preferred. 



1918.] 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 Bolt Co., Inc., 


Everett, 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$50,000 


May 23, 
















1918. 


New England Lumber Company, 


Boston, . 






1 50,000 


2 300,000 
1 100,000 


2 300,000 
1 150,000 


Apr. 12, 
1918. 


New England Sugar Supply Company, 


Worcester, 






50,000 


25,000 


75,000 


Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Oct. 29, 

1918. 
Sept. 10, 

1918. 
July 9, 


New England Tray Company, 


Somerville, 






5,000 


15,000 


20,000 


New Gilmore Hotel Company, The, 


Springfield, 






10,000 


20,000 


30,000 


Newburg Shoe Co. Inc. ,3 .... 


Haverhill, 






30,000 


15,000 


45,000 


Nickerson Company, 


Boston, . 






14,000 


16,000 


30,000 
















1918. 


Northeastern Publishing Company, 


Boston, . 






200,000 


360,000 


560,000 


Dec. 26, 

1917. 
Sept. 19, 


Opera Holding Company,^ .... 


Boston, . 






I 10,000 


2 89,000 


2 89,000 














1 10,000 


1918. . 


Orange Co-operative Coal Company, . 


Orange, . 






1 5,000 


2 4,500 


2 4,.5O0 
1 5,000 


Aug. 19, 
1918. 


Owen Tire Company, .... 


Boston, . 






1 40,000 


2 20,000 


2 20,000 
1 40,000 


Aug. 6, 
1918. 


P. M. Leavitt Company, .... 


Boston, . 






50,000 


150,000 


200,000 


Apr. 3, 
1918. 


Package Machinery Company, . 


Boston, . 






5 1,000,000 

6 1,397,300 

1 4,900 


6 415,200 


5 1,000,000 

6 1,812,500 

1 4,900 


Nov. 5, 
1918. 


Palmer Foundry and Machine Company, 


Palmer, . 






1 15,000 


2 35,000 


2 35,000 
1 15,000 


June 11, 
1918. 


Palmer Foundry and Mschine Company, 


Palmer, . 






2 35,000 
1 15,000 


1 20,000 


2 35,000 
1 35,000 


Nov. 16, 
1918. 


Palo-Alto Fruit Company, .... 


Boston, . 






2 100,000 
1 25,000 


2 175,000 


2 275,000 
1 25,000 


Nov. 15, 
1918. 


PeabOdy Shoe Company, .... 


Peabody, 






15,000 


52,000 


67,000 


Dec. 22, 
1917. 


Penn Metal Company, .... 


Boston, . 






2 100,000 
1 200,000 


2 100,000 


2 200,000 
1 200,000 


July 17, 
1918. 


People's Cloak & Suit Co., .... 


Boston, . 






10,000 


25,000 


35,000 


July 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 


Perry, Malcolm Co 


Haverhill, 






' 1 20,000 


2, ■> 15,000 


2, 7 15,000 












1 15,000 


1 35,000 


1918. 


Peter Gray & Sons Incorporated, 


Boston, . 






30,000 


60,000 


90,000 


May 29, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 


Pilgrim Mortgage and Realty Company, 


Boston, . 






1, 8 25,000 


2 75,000 


2 75,000 














1 25,000 


1918. 


Polish Investment Association, Inc., 


Salem, . 






3 5,000 


1" 5,000 


10 10,000 


Nov. 23, 
1918. 

May 27, 
1918. 

Mch. 30, 
1918. 

Mch. 26, 


Porter Brothers & Collms, Inc., . 


Framingham, 






75,000 


50,000 


125,000 


Potter Confectionery Company, . 


Cambridge, 






10,000 


15,000 


25,000 


Priscilla Publishing Co., The, 


Boston, . 






2 75,000 


1 75,000 


2 75,000 










1 150,000 




1 225,000 


1918. 


R. B. McKim Company Incorporated, 


Boston, . 






20,000 


30,000 


50,000 


Apr. 29, 
1918. 

Mch. 27, 
1918. 

June 3, 


Record Newspaper Company," . 


Boston, . 






12 10,000 


13 30,000 


13 40,000 


Reed and Barton Corporation, 


. Taunton, 






1,000,000 


200,000 


1,200,000 
















1918. 


Reynolds, Drake and Gabell Company, 


Easton, . 






1 40,000 


2 50,000 


2 50,000 


Nov. 18, 








1 10,000 


1 50,000 


1918. 


: J 



1 Common. 

2 Preferred. 

* Name changed to Newburg-Parker Shoe Co. Inc. 

* And number of directors changed from four to three. 
5 First preferred. 

* Second pi ef erred. 

' Provision made for future conversion of this amount of 

preferred stock into conamon stock. 
8 See certificate of reduction of capital filed Jan. 14, 1918. 



3 Par value $250 per share, but now changed to $125 per 

share. 
1° Par value $125 per share. 

11 And provision for surrender and cancellation of stock 

previously issued. 

12 Par value $5 per share, but now changed to .$100 per 

share. 

13 Par value $100 per share. 



98 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. i 

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. 



Richardson Piano Case Co., 

Rickard Shoe Company, The, 

Rider-Bagg Company, The, 

Robinson and Jones Company, . 

Rockland Webbing Company, 

Rogers, Lunt and Bowlen Company, 

Rubberhide Company, 

Ruddock Shoe Co., 

S. S. Pierce Company, 

Safepack Paper Mills, 

Sandow Motor Truck Company of New 

England. 
Sayles and Jenks Manufacturing Company, 

Schipper Bros. Coal Mining Co. (Inc.), 

Sears-Cook Corporation, 

Shawmut Theatre Company, 

Shelloid Company, The, 

Sherwin Wool Company, 

Simonds File Co 

Singer & Snow Company, . 

Slocomb and Greenlay Company, 

Smith Paper Company, The, 

Somerset Shoe Co., . 

Somerville Press, Incorporated, The, . 

South Bay Garage Company, 

Spencer Screw Corporation, The, 

Springfield Tool Co 

Standard Crayon Manufacturing Company, 

Standard Shoe Company, Inc., 

Standard Shoe Machinery Company, . 

Standard Tire and Rubber Company, . 

Standish Worsted Company, The, 

Staples & Bell Inc 



Leominster, 

Haverhill, 

Springfield, 

Natick, . 

Rockland, 

Greenfield, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Boston, . 

Warren, 

Boston, . 

Everett, 

Boston, . 

Leominster, 

Boston, . 

Fitchburg, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Lee, Mass., and New 

York, N. Y 
Salem, . 

Somerville, 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Danvers, 

Lynn, . 

Lawrence, 

Boston, . 

Plymouth, 

Boston, . 



S30,000 
25,000 

1 15,000 

2 15,000 
15,000 

1 25,000 

2 75,000 
255,000 

2 35,000 
150,000 

i 1,000,000 
125,000 
50,000 

1 125,000 

2 200,000 

20,000 

60,000 
3,000 

3 25,000 
100,000 

50,000 

35,000 

6,000 

1,000,000 

4 25,000 
15,000 

5,000 

2 10,000 

50,000 

1 20,000 

2 30,000 

1500 
2 7,500 

1 30,000 

2 30,000 
2 51,000 

240,000 

1 100,000 
2 1,200 



$270,000 

75,000 

2 25,000 

15,000 

1 50,000 

45,000 

1 36,500 

50,000 

1 392,000 

125,000 

15,000 

1 125,000 

55,000 

20,000 

17,000 

25,000 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

9,000 

1,300,000 

5 50,000 

5,000 

17,000 

1 10,000 
50,000 

2 50,000 

2 7,000 

1 10,000 
2 5,000 
1 24,000 

260,000 

1 150,000 



S300,000 
100,000 

1 15,000 

2 40,000 
30,000 

1 75,000 

2 75,000 
300,000 

1 36,500 

2 35,000 
200,000 

1 392,000 

2 1,000,000 

250,000 

65,000 

1 250,000 

2 200,000 

75,000 

80,000 

20,000 

50,000 

200,000 

100,000 

85,000 

15,000 

2,300,000 

5 75,000 

20,000 

22,000 

•* 1 10,000 
2 10,000 
100,000 

1 20,000 

2 80,000 

1500 
2 14,500 

1 40,000 

2 35,000 

1 24,000 

2 51,000 
500,000 

1250,000 
2 1,200 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

' Authorized capital stock was reduced from S5,000 pre- 
ferred and S25,000 common to this amount, as stated in 
this certificate. 



* Par value $25 per share, but now changed to $100 per 

share. 
5 Par value $100 per share. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 99 

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. 



Staso Milling Company, 

Steiger-Cox Company, 

Stone & Webster Construction Company, 

Stone Leather Company, 

Stony Brook Carbonizing Company, 

Story Company, The, 

Strand Realty Company of Lowell, 

Sturtevant Aeroplane Co., . 

Sullivan Machinery Company, 

SuperSkirt Company, The, . 

Swift-McNutt Company,^ . 

Talbot Clothing Company, . 

Talbot-Kimball Company, . 

Talbot-Lynn Inc v 

Talbot-Seeley Company, 
Taunton Cotton Mills Company, 
Thomas Dalby Company, . 
Thomas, Lake & Whiton, Inc., . 
Thomas, Lake & Whiton, Inc., . 
Thomas Smith Company, . 
Thompson-Durkee Company, 
Three Millers Company, The, 
Tuttle Tanning Company, . 
Union Foundry Company, . 
United Laundries Company,^ 
United Limb & Brace Co., The, . 
United Manufacturing Company, The, 
United Optical Company, . 



Boston, Mass, 
Poultney, Vt 
Fall River, 

Boston, . 

Brockton, 

Chelmsford, 

Rockport, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Lowell, . 

Fitchburg, 

Lynn, . 

Taunton, Mass 
Newport, R 
Taunton, 

Watertown, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Salem, . 

Fitchburg, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Springfield, 

Webster, 



and 



, and 



1 $150,000 

100,000 

100,000 

25,000 

15,000 

6,000 

70,000 

100,000 

4,000,000 

s 6,500 

2 150,000 

5 50,000 

30,000 

20,000 

10,000 

20,000 

500,000 

50,000 

2 50,000 

3 15,000 

2 85,000 

3 15,000 
15,000 

30,000 

2 50,000 

3 50,000 

7,500 

2 20,000 

2, 6 300,000 
3, 6 180,000 

2 10,000 

3 10,000 
96,000 

3 15,000 



2 $250,000 

50,000 

300,000 

75,000 

60,000 

3,000 

80,000 

400,000 

1,500,000 

2 16,000 

3 2,500 

2 50,000 

10,000 

30,000 

10,000 

30,000 

100,000 

250,000 

2 35,000 

2 100,000 

30,000 

120,000 

2 25,000 

3 25,000 
17,500 

3 40,000 

2 20,000 

2 40,000 

3 35,000 
104,000 

2 20,000 



2 S250,000 

3 150,000 

150,000 

400,000 

100,000 

75,000 

9,000 

150,000 

500,000 

5,500,000 

2 16,000 
3 9,000 

2 200,000 

3 50,000 
40,000 

50,000 

20,000 

50,000 

600,000 

300,000 

2 85,000 

3 15,000 
2 185,000 

3 15,000 
45,000 

150,000 

2 75,000 

3 75,000 
25,000 

2 20,000 

3 40,000 

2 320,000 

3 180,000 

2 50,000 

3 45,000 
200,000 

2 20,000 
3 15,000 



June 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 
Dec. 28, 

1917. 
July 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
June 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
Aug. 15, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
Sept. 27, 

1918. 
Aug. 30, 

1918. 
Sept. 23, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 11, 

1918. 
Sept. 11, 

1918. 
July 6, 

1918. 
Dec. 26, 

1917. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 29, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 3, 

1918. 



1 Common; authorized capital was reduced from $100,- 

000 first preferred, $150,000 second preferred and 
$150,000 conunon to this amount, as stated in this 
certificate. 

2 Preferred. 

3 Common. 



* And amendment relative to rights and voting powers of 
preferred and common stock, and amendment relative 
to issue of new preferred stock in lieu of preferred stock 
provided for in certificate of increase of capital filed 
June 19, 1917, and illegally issued. 

5 And amendment relative to restrictions upon transfer of 

stock and relative to rights of both classes of stock. 

6 This amount of authorized capital stock was reduced from 

$20,000 special preferred, $300,000 general preferred 
and $180,000 common, as stated in this certificate. 



100 ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

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. 


United Roof Coating Company, . 


Beverly, 


1 $10,000 


2 $15,000 


2 $25,000 


Apr. 8, 
1918. 

Sept. 3, 
1918. 

Jan. 11, 

1918. 
Dec. 13, 

1917. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
Apr. 4, 

1918. 
May 7, 

1918. 
Sept. 27, 

1918. 
Dec. 22, 

1917. 
Dec. 29, 

1917. 
June 5, 

1918. 
May 7, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 

Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 30, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
May 8, 

1918. 
Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Feb. 15, 

1918. 
Sept. 6, 

1918. 
Dec. 11, 

1917. 
Dec. 28, 

1917. 
July 30, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. . 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
July 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 


United States Worsted Company, 
Universal Boring Machine Company, . 


Boston, . 
Hudson, 


3 6,000,000 

4 4,000,000 

5 5,000,000 

50,000 


s 1,000,000 
100,000 


s 7,000,000 

« 4,000,000 

6 5,000,000 

150,000 


Universal Winding Company, 
Universal Winding Company, 
University Realty Company, 


Boston, Mass., and 
Cranston, R. I. 

Boston, Mass., and 
Cranston, R. I. 

Cambridge, . 


6 500,000 

5 1,000,000 

6 1,000,000 
5 1,000,000 

1,000 


6 500,000 

6 500,000 

20,000 


6 1,000,000 
6 1,000,000 
8 1,000,000 
6 1,500,000 
21,000 


Vaughn-Upton Company, .... 


Boston, . 


10,000 


40,000 


50,000 


Virgin-Doucette Co 


Haverhill, 


5,400 


2,100 


7,500 


W. & E. W. La Croix, Inc 


Lynn, . 


50,000 


50,000 


100,000 


W. D. Byron & Sons Leather Company, 


Boston, . 


150,000 


100,000 


250,000 


W. D. Young & Company Inc., . . * . 
W. F. Kearns Company, .... 


Boston, . 
Cambridge, . 


6 15,000 

6 45,000 

50,000 


6 190,000 
250,000 


6 15,000 

5 235,000 

300,000 


W. H. McElwain Company, 

W. H. Sawyer Lumber Company, 


Boston, . 
Worcester, 


3, 7 4,500,000 

1 2,000,000 

5 2,500,000 

100,000 


6 500,000 
100,000 


3 4,500,000 

4 2,000,000 

5 3,000,000 

200,000 


W. J. Barry Shoe Company, 


Lowell, . 


30,000 


70,000 


100,000 


W. S. Bray & Son, Inc 


Haverhill, 


50,000 


75,000 


125,000 


W. W. WindieCo 


Millbury, 


50,000 


200,000 


250,000 


Waitt & Bond, Inc 

Walden- Worcester Incorporated, . 
Wallace Nutting, Incorporated, . 
Walter G. Ruggles Company," . 


Boston, . 
Worcester, 

Framinghflin, 

Boston, . 


6 400,000 

6 10,000 
5 20,000 

8 1,250 

9 1,250 
30,000 


« 500,000 

6 65,000 

i» 250,000 

11 250,000 

20,000 


6 500,000 

5 400,000 

6 75,000 

6 20,000 

10, 12 251,250 

11, 12 251,250 

50,000 


Walter J. Budgell and Sons, Incorporated, 


Peabody, 


20,000 


40,000 


60,000 


Waltham Bag & Paper Company, 

Walton & Stevens, Inc 


Boston, . 
Newburyport, 


6 5,000 

5 10,000 

5,000 


5 10,000 
5,000 


6 5,000 

6 20,000 

10,000 


Warp Compressing Machine Company, 


Worcester, 


25,000 


25,000 


50,000 


Warren-Allen Carpet Company, . 


Boston, . 


50,000 


50,000 


100,000 


Warren Beef Company, .... 


Boston, . . . 


" 20,000 


30,000 


50,000 




1 Par value $5 per share, but now changec 


1 to SlOO per 9 C 


ommon, par va 


lue $5 per share, but now changed to 


share. 




SlOO per share. 




2 Par value SlOO per share. 


10 p 


referred, par va 


ue $100 per share. 


' First preferred. 


11 C 


ommon, par val 


ue $100 per share. 


* Second preferred. 


12 1 


his certificate p 


rovides also for a reduction of capital 


5 Common. 




from 8251,250 


preferred and $251,250 common to 


s Preferred. 




$250,000 prefer 


red and $250,000 common. 


' See certificate of reduction of capital filed 


luly 22, 1918. " ^ 


ame changed tc 


Ruggles-Klingemann Mfg. Co. 


8 Preferred, par value $5 per share, but no 


IV changed to i^ S 


36 certificate o 


' reduction of capital filed Mch. 27, 


$100 per share. 




1918. 









1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

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



101 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 



Way Leather Company, 
Webber Mfg. Co., 
Webster Dye & Yarn Mills Inc., 
Westfield Coal Company, . 
Westland Pharmacy Inc., . 
Weymouth Art Leather Company,' 

Whitehead Metal Products Company, . 
Will & Baumer Company, The, . 
William C. Atwater & Co. (Incorporated), 
William Carter Company, The, . 
William H. Jordan Vessels Company, . 
William Read & Sons, Inc.,5 

Wingate Shoe Corporation, The, . 

Winslow & Co. Inc 

Witherell & Dobbins Company, . 
Witherell & Dobbins Company, . 
Woman's Shop, Inc., The, . 
Worcester Tire Fabric Company, 

496 certificates, 474 corporations, . 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Webster, 
Westfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Fall River, 
Needham, 
Gloucester, 
Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Boston, . 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Springfield, 

Worcester, 

Totals, 



$15,000 

1 15,000 

2 35,000 
75,000 

10,000 

2 15,000 

1 50,000 

2 50,000 

1 100,000 
2 60,000 

20,000 

100,000 

1 1,000,000 

2 1,500,000 

25,000 

6, ' 10,000 

2 200,000 

10,000 
250,000 

80,000 
100,000 

15,000 
2 100,000 



515,000 

1 10,000 

2 40,000 
24,000 

2,500 

I 5,000 

4 25,000 

1 50,000 

70,000 

250,000 

2 1,000,000 

55,000 

1 100,000 
' 10,000 

2 100,000 

10,000 

500,000 
20,000 
50,000 
15,000 

I 50,000 



$104,575,300 



$60,171,600 



$30,000 

1 25,000 

2 75,000 
99,000 

12,500 

1 5,000 
2 15,000 
' 50,000 
4 25,000 
2 50,000 
1 150,000 
2 60,000 
90,000 

350,000 

1 1,000,000 

2 2,500,000 

80,000 

1 100,000 
' 20,000 

2 300,000 

20,000 

750,000 

100,000 

150,000 

30,000 

1 50,000 
2 100,000 



Nov. 7, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 
July 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Aug. 15, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 

Mch. 15, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 
Sept. 26, 

1918. 
Feb. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 

June 29, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
Oct. 9, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 



$164,746,900 



1 Preferred. 

2 Common. 

' And amendment relative to sale of all classes of stock. 
* Preferred Class "A." 



6 Amendment relative to rights of all classes of stock, and 
provision for future conversion of preferred stock into 
common stock. 

8 Vote of corporation reducing deferred profit stock from 
§100,000 to $10,000 included in this certificate. 

' Deferred profit. 



Abstract of Certificate of Increase of Capital hy a Trust Covi-pany under 

Chapter 1S9, Acts of 1905. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 


Location. 


Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 


Amount of 
Additional 

Capital 
Authorized. 


Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 


Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 


Everett Trust Company 


Everett, 


$100,000 


$100,000 


$200,000 


Mch. 6, 
1918. 



102 



ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES. 



[1918. 



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. 



A. E. Little Company, 

A. W. Farrington Company, The,* 
Arrow Rubber Company, 

B. C. F. Realty Corporation, 

B. C. F. Realty Corporation, 

B. C. F. Realty Corporation, 

B. Spector Company, 

Bancroft Hotel Company, 

Banks & Bradstreet, Incorporated,' . 

Bay State Color & Chemical Company,^ 

Becker Milling Machine Company, . 

Becker Milling Machine Company, . 

Bickford Machine Company, . 

Bigelow & Dowse Company, . 

Boston Insulated Wire & Cable Co., 

Boston Paper Manufacturing Company, 

Charles J. Jager Company, 

Clair Brothers, Incorporated, . 

Commonwealth Fisheries Co., . 

Consumers' Company, i' . 

Cooperative Realty Company, 

D. F. Munroe Company, 

Essex Aniline Works, Inc., The, 
r 

F. A. Dutton Motor Co., 
F. P. Brown Company, . 
Fairhaven Shipbuilding Company.i' 
Fall River Iron Works Company, 



Lynn, . 

Boston, . 
Boston, . 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, " 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, 

Boston, Mass, 
New York, " 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 
Peabody, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Greenfield, 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Fairhaven, 
Fall 'River, 



, and 
T.Y. 
, and 
^. Y. 
, and 
^. Y. 



1 $2,000,000 

2 1,500,000 

8 3,000,000 

6 40,000 

8 60,000 

5,000 

100,000 
99,000 
90,000 
20,000 

200,000 
4,500 

100,000 

6 1,500,000 

3 750,000 

6 1,400,000 

8 750,000 

5 5,000 

8 10,000 

6 200,000 

8 200,000 

6 50,000 

8 100,000 

50,000 

6 54,000 

3 26,000 

20,000 

400,000 

50,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 

6 100,000 

3, 15 105,000 

25,000 

10,000 

6 100,000 

3 50,000 

2,000,000 



' $2,300,000 

6 40,000 

4,000 

1,000 

9,000 

30,000 

18,000 

41,200 

1,400 

60,000 

5 100,000 

6 100,000 

6 5,000 
3 9,000 

5 10,000 

6 47,000 
25,000 

6 34,000 

10,000 

38,000 

40,000 

999,000 

1,000 

8 100,000 

10,000 

500 

6 50,000 

1,999,000 



I $2,000,000 

2 1,500,000 

3 700,000 

3, 6 60,000 

1,000 
99,000 
90,000 
60,000 

2,000 
158,800 

3,100 
40,000 

5 1,400,000 
3 750,000 

6 1,300,000 
3 750,000 

3 1,000 

6 190,000 

3, 9 200,000 

6 3,000 

8 100,000 

10 25,000 

5, 11 20,000 

3, 11 26,000 

10,000 

12 362,000 

" 10,000 

1,000 

99,000 

8 105,000 

13 15,000 

9,500 

5 50,000 

3 50,000 

1,000 



1 First preferred. 

2 Second preferred. 
8 Common. 

* Name changed to A. W. Farrington Company. 

8 Preferred. 

° This certificate also provides for increasing this amount 

to $100,000. 
' Name changed to Lowell Street Garage, Incorporated. 
8 Name changed to Beacon Color & Chemical Company. 
8 See certificate of increase of capital filed Aug. 17, 1918. 



10 See certificate of increase of capital filed Nov. 27, 1918. 

11 See certificate of increase of capital filed Feb. 27, 1918. 

12 See certificate of increase of capital filed May 28, 1918. 

13 And purposes of the corporation amended. 

1^ See certificate of increase of capital filed Apr. 18, 1918. 

1' See certificate of increase of capital filed Nov. 26, 1918. 

18 This certificate also provides for increasing this amount to 
$25,000. 

1' And amendment relative to rights of preferred and com- 
mon stock. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

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



103 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Total 
Capital Al- 
ready Au- 
thorized. 



Amount of 
Reduction 

now 
Authorized. 



Present 

Authorized 

Capital. 



Certifi- 
cate 
Filed. 



G. Angelo Company, 
George A. Goodridge Company, The 
George F. Welch Company, The, 
Gorton-Pew Fisheries Company,' 

Greater New York Pickle Works Inc 
Green's Drug Store, Inc.,!" 
Holbrook Mills Company, 
J. A. Rice Company, 
J. H. McNamara Incorporated, 
L. E. Knott Apparatus Company, 
Lighting Supply Company, 
Lighting Supply Company, 
Loxon Co., The, 
M. B. Marston Company, 
Macalaster, Wiggin Company, 
Marine Investments Company, 
Medford Amusement Company, 
Millbury Steel Foundry Company, 
Narragansett Fur Company, . 
Nathan D. Dodge Shoe Company, 
New Bedford Tow Boat Corporation, 
New England Beverage Company, 
New England Cotton Yam Company 
Package Machinery Company, 



Boston, . 
Boston, . 
Scituate, 
Gloucester, 

Boston, . 

Worcester, 

Millbury, 

Rockland, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Melrose, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Medford, 

Millbury, 

FallRiver, Mass., and 

New York, N. Y. 
Newburyport, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 



$95,000 

1 10,000 

2 25,000 
6 100,000 

3 25,000 
8 750,000 

9 2,000,000 

3 3,250,000 

7,500 

50,000 

5 25,000 

3 75,000 

15,000 



125,000 

5 60,000 
3 140,000 

5, 1* 25,000 

3, i« 175,000 

250,000 

6 10,000 
3 10,000 

40,000 



5,000 

6 20,000 
3 50,000 
100,000 

5 50,000 
3 150,000 

40,000 

6 75,000 
3 75,000 

5 2,000,000 
3 3,900,000 
20 1,000,000 
21 1,812,500 
3 4,900 



S70,000 

3 18,750 

6 25,000 

8 750,000 

1,400 

24,800 

6 25,000 

7,700 

30,000 

35,000 

6 60,000 

3 140,000 

65,000 

8 10,000 

39,000 

95,000 

500 

5 20,000 
50,000 

6 50,000 

10,000 

5 75,000 

3 50,000 

5 2,000,000 



$25,000 

1 10,000 
« 6,250 
6, 6 75,000 
3, 6 25,000 
9 2,000,000 
3 3,250,000 

6,100 

25,200 

3, 11 75,000 

12 7,300 

10,000 

90,000 

3, 13 140,000 

6 25,000 
3, 15 35,000 
" 185,000 

3, " 10,000 

1,000 

5,000 

4,500 

3, 18 50,000 

50,000 

3, 19 150,000 

30,000 

3 25,000 

3 3,900,000 

20 1,000,000 

21 1,397,300 

3 4,900 



Apr. 23, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 3, 

1918. 
Aug. 19, 

1918. 

Dec. 19, 

1917. 
Aug. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
June 11, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Oct. 17, 

1918. 
Oct. 17, 

1918. 
Nov. 14, 

1918. 
Nov. 23, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Nov. 18, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Nov. 1, 

1918. 
June 11, 

1918. 
Dec. 5, 

1917. 
Nov. 29, 

1918. 
Nov. 5, 

1918. 



1 Preferred, par value $100 per share. 

2 Common, par value $100 per share but now changed 

to $25 per share. 
,3 Common. 

* Common, par value $25 per share. 
5 Preferred. 

« See certifioate of increase of capital filed Apr. 3, 1918. 
' See certificate of increase of capital filed Aug. 19, 1918. 

8 7 per cent, preferred. 

9 8 per cent, preferred. 

1° See certificate of increase of capital filed Aug. 28, 
1918. 

11 See certificate of increase of capital filed Mch. 27, 

1918. 

12 See certificate of increase of capital filed June 11, 

1918. 



13 A certificate of increase of capital filed Oct. 17, 1918, 
provides for an increase of the authorized capital stock 
to $200,000, consisting of $25,000 preferred and $175,- 
000 common. This present certificate of reduction of 
capital also provides for a further reduction of capital 
stock, as shown in abstract next following. 

1^ The authorized capital stock 'was increased to this 
amount from $140,000 common by certificate of in- 
crease of capital filed Oct. 17, 1918. 

15 The certificate of increase of capital filed Oct. 17, 
1918, provides for an iucrease of the common stock 
from this amount to $175,000. 

18 See certificate of increase of capital filed Nov. 14, 1918. 

1' See certifioate of increase of capital filed Nov. 23, 1918. 

18 See certificate of increase of capital filed Nov. 18, 1918. 

19 See certifioate of increase of capital filed Nov. 1, 1918. 

20 First preferred. 21 Second preferred. 



104 ABSTRACT. OF CERTIFICATES. [1918. 

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. 



Pilgrim Mortgage and Realty Company, 

Putnam Machine Company, . 

Red Sea Balsam Co., 

Sam Goldman Co. Inc.,^ . 

Samuels Incorporated, 

Scott & Williams, Incorporated, 

Shelloid Company, The, . 

Silvertown Cycle Manufacturing Company, The,* 

Staso Milling Company, .... 

T. Martin and Brother Manufacturing Company 

Thacher & Co., Inc 

Tidewater Transportation Company, 

Union Security Corporation, . 

United Laundries Company, i' ... 

United States Food Conservation Company,'' 
Universal Winding Company, . i 
W. H. McElwain Company, 

Wallace Nutting Incorporated, 
Warren Beef Company, .... 
Whitcomb-Blaisdell Machine Tool Company.^-' 
William Read & Sons, Inc., ... 
Wyman-Gordon Company, ... 

73 certificates, 69 corporations, . 



Boston, . 

Fitchburg, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 

Laconia, N. 

Leominster, 

Worcester, 

Boston, Mass 
Poultney, Vt- 

Chelsea, 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Boston, Mass 
Cranston, R, 
Boston, . 

Framingham, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, . 
Worcester, 



?nd 



and 



, and 
I. 



Totals, 



$50,000 

2 160,000 

500,000 

5,000 

5 3,000 

6 6,000 

5 750,000 
6 1,000,000 

6 5,000 

6 25,000 

9 100,000 

w 100,000 

6 300,000 
11 100,000 
1" 150,000 

6 150,000 
725,000 

300,000 

500,000 

5 500,000 

6 500,000 
" 20,000 

" 300,000 
6 180,000 

18 40,000 

19 10,000 

5 1,000,000 
f 1,500,000 

11 4,550,000 
i» 2,000,000 

6 2,500,000 
5, 22 251,250 
^ 22 251,250 

5 5,000 
6 20,000 

5 150,000 

6 200,000 
25 100,000 

6 200,000 

11 1,000,000 

i» 500,000 

6 1,500,000 



125,000 
159,000 
475,000 
1,000 
5 3,000 
6 100,000 

5 5,000 

10 100,000 

11 100,000 
10 150,000 

724,000 

100,000 

495,000 

6 150,000 

" 20,000 

6 9,980 
5 15,000 

11 50,000 

6 1,250 
« 1,250 
5 5,000 

6 150,000 

25 90,000 

11 50,000 



355,164,900 



813,128,930 $42,035,970 



1 $25,000 

3 1,000 

25,000 

4,000 

6 6,000 

5 650,000 
6 1,000,000 
«, ' 25,000 

5 100,000 

6 300,000 

6, 12 150,000 

1,000 

200,000 

5,000 

5 500,000 

6 350,000 

5, 16 300,000 

6 180,000 

18 40,000 

20 20 

5 985,000 

6 1,500,000 

11 4,500,000 

10 2,000,000 

=,212,500,000 

5 250,000 

6 250,000 
6, 23 20,000 

6 200,000 

25, 26 10,000 

6, 26 200,000 
11 950,000 
10 500,000 

6 1,500,000 



Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Apr. 4, 

1918. 
Nov. 27, 

1918. 
Jan. 4, 

1918. 
July 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
July 26, 

1918. 
Aug. 24, 

1918. 

June 1, 
1918. 

Dec. 17, 

1917. 
Dec. 29, 

1917. 
May 4, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 

June 12, 
1918. 

Mch. 11, 
1918. 

July 22, 
1918. 

Sept. 6, 

1918. 
Mch. 27, 

1918. 
Oct. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Sept. 26, 

1918. 



1 See certificate of increase of capital filed Jan. 14, 1918. 

2 Par value $500 per share, but now changed to $100 per share, 
s Par value $100 per share. 

4 And purposes of the corporation amended. 

5 Preferred. 

6 Common. 

' This certificate also provides for increasing this amount 
to $50,000. 

8 And amendment relative to rights of preferred and com- 

mon stock. 

9 First preferred, but now changed to preferred. 

10 Second preferred. 

11 First preferred. 

12 This certificate also provides for increase of capital stock 

from this amount to $250,000 preferred and $150,000 
common. 

13 And amendment relative to restrictions upon transfer of 

stock and relative to rights of both classes of stock. 
" Special preferred. 
15 General preferred, but now changed to preferred. 



16 This certificate also provides for increasing this amount 

of preferred stock to $320,000. 
1' And ratification of treasurer's action relative to proposed 

dissolution of corporation. 

18 Preferred, par value $10 per share. 

19 Common, par value $100 per share, but now changed to 

$5 per share. 

20 Common, par value $5 per share. 

21 See certificate of increase of capital filed July 22, 1918. 

22 Authorized capital stock was increased from $1,250 pre- 

ferred and 81,250 common to $251,250 preferred and 
$251,250 common, as stated in this certificate. 

23 See certificate of increase of capital filedMch. 27, 1918. 
2* And removal of restrictions on stock. 

25 Deferred profit. 

26 This certificate provides also for an increase of capital 

from $10,000 deferred profit and $200,000 common to 
$100,000 preferred, $20,000 deferred profit and $300,000 
common, and a change of par value of deferred profit 
stock from $100 to $10 per share. 



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124 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1918. 



Abstract of Acts of Incorporation of Corporations, with Other Enabling Acts 
Amendatory, Extending, Revival or Change of Name by the General Court in the 
Year 1918. 



Chapter of 
Special Acts. 

68. American Oriental Society. May hold its meetings in any State or territory 
of the United States and in the District of Columbia. 

105. Bay State Life Insurance Company. Time for paying in of capital stock and 
surplus extended to March 27, 1920. 

188. Bay State Street Railway Company. Incorporated. Authorized to acquire 
the railways, property and franchises of the old company known as the Bay 
State Street Railway Company. Provisions for its public operation. 

123. Boston and Eastern Electric Railroad Company. Time for filing a certain 
bond and for construction and operation of railroad extended. 

159. Boston Elevated Railway Company. Provisions for its public operation. 

153. Boston, Quincy and Fall River Bicycle Railway Company. Time within 
which said corporation shall construct a part of its railway extended. 

147. Boston Sunday Evangelistic Committee, Inc. Corporation dissolved. 

102. Boston Terminal Company, The. Amendment relative to appointment of 
trustees. • , 

166. Boulevard Trust Company of Brookline. May hold real estate in the town 
of Brookline not to exceed 175,000. 

62. Clarke School for the Deaf, The. Trustees to be not more than fifteen nor 
less than nine in number. 

15. Crompton and Knowles Loom Works. Authorized to maintain bridges over 
Wjonan and Tainter Streets in the city of Worcester. 

172. Erving Water District. Incorporated. May issue bonds or notes not to exceed 
$50,000. 

20. First Congregational Parish in the Town of Chatham. Conveyance of certain 
cemetery property by said parish to Union Cemetery legalized. 

145. First Universalist Society in the town of Haverhill. Name changed to First 
Universalist Church in the City of Haverhill. May hold real and personal 
estate to an amount the annual income of which shall not exceed $10,000. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 125 

Chapter of 
Special Acts. 

138. Fore River Shipbuilding Corporation. May sell and convey its private railroad 
to any domestic railroad corporation. 

16. Hampden Railroad Corporation, The. Time for construction and operation 
of lines to Holyoke and Chicopee Falls extended to July 1, 1921. 

89. Home for Aged Men in the City of Brockton, Trustees of the. Incorporated. 
Certain property exempt from taxation. 

70. Massachusetts Baptist Sunday School Association. Consolidated with the 
Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Society in one corporation under the name 
of Massachusetts Baptist Convention. 

57. Millett Sanatorium, Incorporated. Charter revived. 

98. St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Stockbridge. May acquire real estate and build- 
ings of South Lee Union Church. 

168. Second Society of Universalists in the town of Boston, The. May hold additional 
real and personal estate not to exceed $1,500,000, exclusive of any meeting 
house and the land and buildings connected therewith, now or hereafter used 
by said corporation. 

83. Shirley-Eustis House Association, The. Purpose amended. 

151. Smith's Agricultural School. Established. ' City of Northampton may appro- 
priate money for support and maintenance of said school. 

58. Southern New England Railroad Corporation. Time for completion of its 

railroad extended to Dec. 31, 1921. 

167. Star Amusement Company. Corporation revived. 

187. Taunton and Pawtucket Street Railway Company. Cities of Attleboro and 
Taunton authorized to acquire a part of the street railway line of said cor- 
poration. 

124. United Druggists Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Name changed to United 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

41. United Society of Christian Endeavor. May hold its annual meeting and the 
annual meeting of its board of trustees airywhere in the United States or the 
Dominion of Canada. 

53. Warren Institution for Savings. May hold and invest in real estate in the city 
of Boston not to exceed $500,000. 



126 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of Corporations 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Agawam Reservoir, Power 
and Irrigation Company, 
The, Hanson. 

American Bell Telephone 
Company, The, Boston. 

American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company of Massa- 
chusetts, Boston. 

Amherst Water Company, 
Amherst. 



Ashfield Water Company, 
Ashfield. 

Aspmwall Water Company, 
Lenox. 

Automatic Telephone Com- 
pany of New Bedford, New 
Bedford. 

Barnstable Water Company, 
Boston. 

Berkshire Water Company, 

Lee. 
Berkshire Water Company, 

Lee (2d return). 
Brant Rock Water Company, 

Marshfield. 
Bridgewaters Water Company, 

Bridgewater (for 1917). 
Bridgewaters Water Com- 
pany, Bridgewater. 
Cheshire Water Company, 

Cheshire. 
Cohasset Water Company, 

Cohasset. 
Commercial Cable Company, 

Boston. 
Commercial Union Telegraph 

Company of Massachusetts, 

The, Boston. 
Congress Street Safe Deposit 

Company, Boston. 
Connecticut River Bridge, 

Proprietors of, The, Boston. 
Conveyancers Title lnsiu*ance 

Company, Boston. 
Cottage City Water Com- 
pany, Oak Bluffs. 



July 18, 
1918. 

May 13, 
1918. 

June 18, 
1918. 

May 22, 
1918. 



Sept. 30, 
1918. 

June 24, 
1918. 

May 10, 
1918. 

Apr. 25, 
1918. 

Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Dec. 28, 

1917. 
Dec. 10, 

1917. 
Aug. 22, 

1918. 
May 13, 

1918. 
Aug. 22, 

1918. 
Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Sept. 25, 

1918. 

Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 





Id 




^.2 








§2 






•■p 


-gs- 






s 


2o^ 










03 


•|^ 


o 


o 


1 May 3, 


$25,000 


1915. 




3 Mch. 26, 


26,015,000 


1918. 




4 May 22, 


10,000 


1918. 




May 7, 


150,000 


1918. 




Sept. 17, 


20,000 


1918. 




June 15, 


50,000 


1918. 




Apr. 10, 


250,000 


1918. 




Feb. 19, 


75,000 


1918. 




20 Aug. 2, 


20,000 


1917. 




2" July 8, 


20,000 


1918. 




Nov. 27, 


5,000 


1917. 




Aug. 14, 


100,000 


1917. 




Aug. 13, 


100,000 


1918. 




May 8, 


15,000 


1918. 




Aug. 19, 


100,000 


1918. 




Feb. 15, 


10,000 


1918. 




26 _ 


10,000 


2Uan. 31, 


20,000 


1918. 




Jan. 15, 


10,000 


1918. 




so Jan. 23, 


500,000 


1918. 




2' Feb. 26, 


100,000 


1918. 





Assets. 















"c3 


Land and W< 
Power. 


.1 

"3 


- 


$91,661 


- 


$18,090 


- 


- 


10,765 


- 


- 


- 


13,900 


- 


- 


" 10,000 




17,668 


- 


with R. E. 


169,311 


with 


real 


- 


6,298 


- 


- 


6,298 


- 


- 


2,000 


with land 


- 


24,010 


with land 


- 


24,010 


with land 


- 


89,072 


$91,350 


- 


- 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 



$139,000 

estate 

71,208 
71,208 
22 13,595 
21,730 
21,584 



with 
buildings 
6,201 



OS 



$2,269 

339 

9,983 

' 2,680 

5,379 

5,500 

84 

1,553 

955 

1,309 

3,333 

28,691 

3,404 
32,832 



Statement of May 31, 1918. 



' 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 Com- 
pany. 

* Statement of Mch. 31, 1918. 



5 Construction. 
^ Water works. 
' Pumping station, 
s Meter account. 
3 Tools. 
1° Replacement account. 

11 Water power rights. 

12 License. 

IS Investment. 



!■• Aerial and underground plant. 
15 Reserves and prepayments. 

18 Bonds. 
" Notes. 

IS Reserve for unearned revenue. 

19 Surplus. 

2° Adjoiu-ned. 

21 Liberty bonds. 

22 And mains. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



127 



required by Chapter 110, Section 61, Revised Laws. 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


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


i 

o 

1 
1 


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


2 
P^ ^ 

S 
pq 


3 
^ 


o Capital Stock. 


5 
Q 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


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


o 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$91,661 


$21,661 
2 45,000 


- 


- 


- 


$91,661 


- 


5 $1,683,958 


- 


- 


1,702,048 


10,000 


1,692,048 


- 


- 


- 


1,702,048 


$1,080 


6 198,570 

'800 

8 17,923 

M30 

If 2,046 


~ 


: 


231,837 
16,285 


150,000 
15,600 


48,200 


$33,637 
685 






231,837 
16,285 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 10,000 


2,663 
2,400 


12 15,000 

13 825 

" 225,402 

1M06 


- 


- 


407,878 
175,060 
85,285 


250,000 
75,000 
20,000 


85,000 

1,062 

" 75,937 

1' 12,338 

51,320 


39,081 
2,996 
13,965 


$33,797 

3,000 

18 1,862 

19 2,865 


- 


407,878 
175,060 

85,285 


- 


21 1,510 


- 


- 


84,516 


20,000 


50,920 


13,596 


- 


- 


84,516 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,679 


5,000 


10,595 


84 


- 


- 


15,679 


- 


23 180,895 


- 


- 


228,188 


100,000 


96,000 


32,188 


- 


- 


228,188 


- 


24 181,259 


- 


- 


227,808 


100,000 


89,655 


38,153 


- 


- 


227,808 


- 


25 14,021 


- 


- 


15,330 


15,000 


- 


- 


19 330 


- 


15,330 


2,317 


- 


- 


- 


186,072 


100,000 


80,000 


6,072 


- 


- 


186,072 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38,892 


10,000 


24,073 


4,819 


- 


- 


38,892 


- 


28 15,000 


- 


$5,306 


23,710 


20,000 


- 


- 


29 3,710 


- 


23,710 


- 


2 879,661 

31 33,800 

33 220,632 

34 5,669 


- 


- 


946,293 
226,301 


443,000 
,100,000 


32 325,000 
104,746 


178,293 
9,944 


11,611 


- 


946,293 
226,301 



23 Mains, wells, etc. 

24 Wells, mains, hydrants, etc. 

25 Pipe lines. 

26_The lines of the company are now 
operated by the Postal Tele- 
graph-Cable Company of 
Massachusetts, and the latter 
includes in its report the opera- 
tions of this company. 



27 Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 

28 Vaults and equipment. 

29 Reserve for unearned box rents 

paid annually in advance. 
31 Adjourned. Statement of Dec. 
31, 1917. 



31 Commercial St. Trust stock. 

32 Notes payable. 

33 Construction account, including 

water rights, going value, fran- 
chises and depreciation. 

34 Supplies and tools. 



128 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





i 






Id 
to. 2 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 


a 












TION. 


O 


'S 


o o 


S 


'a ^ 


m 


b 






j-3 


S 

c3 




1 




.a 

'5 


a 






^ 


Q 


o 


1 


hj 


m 


s 


o 


Dedham Water Company, 


Mch. 


2, Jan. 14, 


$200,000 


1 $439,897 


with 


real 


estate 


$9,279 


Dedham. 


1918 


1918. 














Deerfield Company, The, 


Apr. 5 


5, Apr. 


1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918 


1918 
















East Mountain Water Com- 


Sept. 1 


9, Aug. 


17, 


4,000 


- 


$60 


- 


- 


230 


pany, West Stockbridge. 


1918 


1918 
















Edgartown Water Company, 


Aug. 2 


9, Aug. 


20, 


32,500 


- 


$16,500 


with land 


$61,214 


250 


Edgartown. 


1918 


1918 
















Elizabeth Islands Telephone 


Mch. ] 


9, Mch. 


7, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


Company, The, Gosnold. 


1918 


1918 
















Essex Company, Boston. 


June 1 
1918 


2, 3 May 
1918 


28, 


500,000 


- 


500,000 


- 


- 


1,029,903 


Fairhaven Water Company, 


Mch. 5 


8, ^ Feb. 


25, 


125,000 


- 


5,700 


$16,197 


154,641 


12,875 


Fairhaven. 


1918 


1918 
















Franklin Telegraph Company, 


June 2 


7, June 


5, 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918 


1918 
















Grafton Water Company, 


July 


3, June 


11, 


80,000 


- 


6,810 


with land 


5 20,045 


1,065 


The, Grafton. 


1918 


1918 
















Granby Telephone and Tele- 


Mch. 


5, Jan. 


21, 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


779 


graph Company of Massa- 


1918 


1918 
















chusetts, The, Granby. 




















Granville Centre Water Com- 


Aug. 1 


2, July 


13, 


15,000 


8,993 


with 


R.E. 


41 


288 


pany, GranvUle. 


1918 


1918 
















Groton Water Company, 


Aug. 


9, July 


9, 


31,800 


89,551 


■ with 


real 


estate 


3,000 


Groton. 


1918 


1918 
















Heath Telephone Company, 


Feb. ] 


2, Oct. • 


29, 


111,000 


7,892 


- 


with R. E. 


- 


9,412 


Shelburne. 


1918 


1917 
















Heath Telephone Company, 


Feb. 1 


8, Feb. 


11, 


111,000 


7,892 


- 


with R. E. 


- 


8,516 


Shelburne (2d return) . 


1918 


1918 
















Highland Telephone Com- 


July 1 


8, May 


6, 


8,600 


- 


- 




- 


5,291 


pany, The, New Salem. 


1918 


1918 
















Hingham Water Company, 


Sept. 


7, Aug. 


5, 


400,000 


63,482 


with 


R.E. 


729,208 


13,957 


Hingham. 


1918 


1918 
















Holliston Water Company, 


July ] 


0, Mch. 


20, 


50,000 


_ 


18,616 


- 


8,000 


417 


Holliston. 


1918 


1918 
















Housatonic Water Works 


Nov. 


8, 20 Oct. 


26, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,303 


Company, Great Harrington. 


1918 


1918 
















Kno.x Hill Water Company, 


Dec. 


6, Nov. 


29, 


1,925 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Palmer. 


1917 


1901 
















Leno,x Water Company, 


Aug. ] 


4, July 


13, 


100,000 


- 


25,045 


900 


26 175,524 


6,530 


Lenox. 


1918 


1918 
















Lynnfield Water Company, 


Oct. 2 


1, May 


14, 


3,000 


- 


- 


2,400 


with 


- 


Lynnfield. 


1918 


1918 












buildings 




Marconi Telegraph-Cable 


July ] 


0, June 


3, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26,463 


Company, Inc., Boston. 


1918 


1918 
















Martha's Vineyard Telegraph 


Mch. 


4, Jan. 


22, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,956 


Company, Falmouth. 


1918 


1918 
















Massachusetts Cremation 


Jan. [ 


0, * Jan. 


16, 


50,000 


9,347 


- 


51,139 


- 


23,018 


Society, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918 
















Massachusetts Telephone and 


Nov. ! 


!6, 36 Jan. 29, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Telegraph Company, The, 


1918 


1916. 














Boston. 



















1 And plant. 

2 Contractional rights. 

3 Statement of Apr. 30, 1918. 
« Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 

5 And wells. 

6 Conduits and pipes. 
' Pole hne and wire. 



s Unexpired insurance. 
9 Plant and equipment. 

10 Furniture, tools and teams. 

11 Furniture and tools. 

12 Poles, wires and equipment. 

13 Bonded. 

1* Notes payable. 



15 Accrued interest. 

16 Surplus account. 

17 Hydrants and underground pipes. 

18 Wells and reservoirs. 
1' Mortgage. 

20 Statement of June 30, 1918. ■ 

21 Plant construction, etc. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



129 



of Corporations — Continued. 





As 


SETS — Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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


£ 
1 


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


s * 
pa 


3 


o 


2 
Q 


1, 

pq 


£.2 

Pi 


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

Sect 81. 


"a 


$7,216 


- 


- 


- 


$456,392 


$200,000 


$119,000 


$137,392 


- 


- 


$456,392 


- 


2 .?15,000 


- 


$1,510 


16,510 


15,000 


1,510 


- 


- 


- 


16,510 


- 


- 


- 


3,770 


4,060 


4,000 


60 


- 


- 


- 


4,060 


50 


- 


- 


- 


78,014 


32,500 


36,000 


9,514 


- 


- 


78,014 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,529,903 


500,000 


- 


414,594 


$615,309 


- 


1,529,903 


- 


2,619 


- 


- 


192,032 


125,000 


64,500 


2,532 


- 


- 


192,032 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000,000 


- 


6 64,132 


- 


76,073 


168,125 


80,000 


88,125 


- 


- 


- 


168,125 


- 


' 1,600 


- 


- 


2,379 


1,200 


262 


917 


- 


- 


2,379 


402 


- 


- 


1,160 


10,884 


9,300 


1,584 


- 


- 


- 


10,884 


- 


8 107 


- 


- 


92,658 


31,800 


25,000 


35,858 


- 


- 


92,658 


2,723 

2,715 

75 


9 120,378 

10 2,964 
9 123,061 

11 3,077 
12 10,937 


- 


- 


143,369 

145,261 

16,303 


107,580 

107,910 

8,600 


11,176 

11,035 

1,500 


13,681 
15,710 
6,203 


10,932 
10,606 


- 


143,369 
145,261 
16,303 


14,716 


1' 53,094 
13 28,374 
21 83,687 
22 4,050 
25 700 


- 


19,189 
1,225 


821,363 

127,690 

94,040 

1,925 


400,000 

50,000 

40,000 

1,925 


13 120,000 

H 65,800 

15 574 

27,690 

" 50,000 

218 

23 202 


50,507 


16 234,989 
213,113 


- 


821,363 

127,690 

94,040 

1,925 


27100 


- 


- 


- 


208,099 


86,600 


94,638 


6,714 


20,147 


- 


208,099 


- 


28 600 


- 


- 


3,000 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


- 


29 679 


- 


- 


27,142 


25,000 


- 


2,142 


- 


- 


27,142 


- 


30 10,000 


- 


- 


25,956 


10,000 


- 


15,956 


- 


- 


25,956 


- 


31 1,649 

32 119 


- 


10,000 


85,272 
10,000 


43,450 
10,000 


- 


11,994 


5,512 

33 1,289 

31 21,405 

35 1,622 


- 


85,272 
10,000 



22 Investments. 

23 Taxes. 

21 Deferred income. 

25 Water rights and pipe Unes. 

26 And dams, pump, meters, etc. 
2' And supplies. 

28 Pipe Une. 



29 Deferred charges. 

30 Plant and equipment. 

31 Urns. 

32 Insurance unexpired. 

33 Special fund from N. E. Crema- 

tion See. 



31 Reserve against sale of niches and 
care of ashes in columbarium. 

35 Reserve against payments in 

advance for cremation. 

36 Statement of Oct. 31, 1918. 



130 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Massachusetts Title Insur- 
ance Company, Boston. 



Medfield Water Company, 
Medfield. 

Middlesex Aqueduct Corpora- 
tion, Arlington. 

Milford Water Company, 
Milford. 

Millbury Water Company, 
Millbury. 

Mixer Brothers Company, 
The, Boston. 

Mt. Tom Railroad Company, 
Holyoke. 

New England Telegraph 
Company, Boston. 

New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company of Mas- 
sachusetts, The, Boston. 

Northfield Water Company, 
Northfield. 

Norton Water Company, 
Boston. 

Onset Water Company, Ware- 
ham. 

Oxford Water Company, 
Oxford. . 

Palmer Water Company, 
Palmer. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 
of Massachusetts, Boston. 

Providence Telephone Com- 
pany of Massachusetts, 
Boston. 

Quabbin Aqueduct Company, 
Enfield. 

Richmond Telephone Com- 
pany, Richmond. 

Riverside Water Company. 
Gill. 

Sagamore Water Company, 
Bourne. 

Sagamore Water Company, 
Bourne (2d return). 

Salisbury Water Supply Com- 
pany, The, Salisbury. 

Scituate Water Company, 
Scituate. 

Security Safe Deposit Com- 
pany, Boston. 



Feb. 13, 
1918. 



July 12, 
1918. 



Apr. 

19 
Mch 

19 
Feb. 

19 
May 

19 
Feb. 

19 
Sept, 

19 
Apr. 

19 

July 
19 

Mch 
19 

Sept, 

19 
Sept, 

19 
June 

19 
Sept, 

19 
Jan. 

19 

Oct. 

19 
Oct. 

19 
June 

19 
Jan. 

19 
Sept, 

19 
Sept, 

19 
Feb. 

19 
Aug. 

19 



27, 



25, 



18, 



ijan. 25, 
1918. 



July 9, 
1918. 

Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 
Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Aug. 14, 

1917. 
lApr. 10, 

1918. 

June 23, 
1918. 

Feb. 8, 
1918. 

July 8, 

1918. 
" Aug. 6, 

1918. 
'8 May 7, 

1918. 
Julv 28, 

1917. 
30 Dec. 4, 

1917. 

Oct. 14, 

1918. 
July 14, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
«Sept. 13, 

1917. 
io Sept. 19, 

1918. 
"Aug. 12, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 11, 

1918. 



o O 



S104,200 



24,000 

2,500 
200,000 
125,000 
30,000 
100,000 
30,000 
25,000 

2,000 
75,000 

25,000 
50,000 
30,000 
5,000 
80,000 

1,200 

1,610 

10,000 

50,000 

50,000 

90,000 

250,000 

200,000 



Assets. 



$2,500 
" 573,713 



7,650 



150,816 



17,250 



(h 








1-a 


Ml 

a 

'3 
m 


- 


$1,974 


with 


R. E. 


with 


real 


15 S2"5,289 


6,640 


35,984 


63,116 


- 


24,387 


1,000 


- 


with 


real 


500 


1,545 


25,289 


6,497 


18,842 


150 


36 1,200 


- 


3,149 


- 


38,790 


3,850 


- 


- 



estate 
$36,607 

4,872 

with 
buildings 



7,520 
estate 



),123 
),976 



3,500 



" 110,178 
349,542 



1 Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 

2 Mortgages. 
' Bonds. 

* Deposits in trust companies. 
5 Plant and equipment. 
^ Unsecured notes. 
' Accrued interest. 
8 Commissions. 
' Money held for clients. 
1" Surplus over all liabilities. 



1' Supply property. 

12 Pumping plant. 

13 Distributing system. 

1^ And filter beds and underground 
pipes. 

15 Land and water rights. 

16 And reserve and furniture. 

1' Wires, underground conduits and 

pipes. 
IS Reserves. 



19 Plant. 

20 Reserve for taxes. 

21 Mortgage bond. 

22 Note. 

2' Reserve for unearned revenue. 

24 Statement of June 30, 1918. 

25 And equipment. 

26 Pipe lines, etc. 

2' Advance charges. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



131 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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


3 
1 

1 


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


o 

O 


1 


o 

'I 


Q 


1 

PL, ^ 
§ 

Ml 
« 


i 

Q 
1- a 


3 
>> 

11 


o.5o 


1 


- 


2 $102,870 
3 1,000 
" 4,303 
5 50,000 

6 282 




- 


- 


$161,742 


$104,200 


S376 
8 36 


" 


9 $1,518 
10 55,612 






$161,742 


$2,978 


11 5,000 

12 3,856 
13 12,554 

158,728 




- 


$1,042 
9,552 


24,000 

3,704 
594,269 
243,169 


24,000 

2,500 
200,000 
113,000 


285,000 
130,169 


$1,204 
109,269 


with profit 
and loss 

with profit 
and loss 




- 


24,000 

3,704 
594,269 
243,169 


"867 


" 35,384 




- 


- 


43,493 


30.000 


2,508 


10,064 


18 921 




- 


43,493 


- 


- 




- 


- 


102,175 


100,000 


- 


2,175 


- 




- 


102,175 


- 


19 15,000 




- 


15,315 


50,168 


30,000 


20,168 


- 


- 




- 


50,168 


- 


- 




- 


- 


32,037 


25,000 


7,037 


- 


- 




- 


32,037 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


9,259 


2,000 


5,097 


2,162 


- 




- 


9,259 


1,501 
442 


21)288 






1,475 


155,677 
82,902 


75,000 
25,000 


3,577 
21 75,000 

22 881 

45,492 


12,410 


23 1,219 






155,677 
82,902 


2,029 


2« 51,458 
29 67,606 




- 


16 


97,877 
97,869 


50,000 
30,000 


40,960 
27 4,917 
39,335 


28,534 


2,000 




_ 


97,877 
97,869 


- 


19 5,000 




- 


204,468 


330,681 


5,000 


325,681 


- 


- 




- 


330,681 


- 


32 235,020 
33 805 




- 


- 


248,882 


80,000 


18,408 
34 352 


59,001 


90,943 

35 178 




- 


248,882 


- 


- 




- 


- 


1,200 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1,200 


- 


37 3,023 

38 210 




- 


365 
4,741 


4,541 
11,500 


1,610 
10,000 


114 
1,500 


- 


39 2,817 




- 


4,541 
11,500 


839 


" 55,830 
"245 




- 


12,841 


214,087 
385,127 


90,000 
250,000 


88,234 

« 100,000 

32,270 

206,000 


34,125 


« 1,728 
47 2,857 




- 


214,087 
385,127 


- 


<8 408,186 




- 


- 


410,275 


200,000 


4,275 


~ 




~ 


410,275 



28 Statement of Apr. 30, 1918. 

29 Pipes, hydrants, meters and stock. 
31 Statement of Nov. 30, 1917. 

31 Other deferred debts. 

32 Plant lines, equipment and sup- 

plies. 

33 Prepaid expenses. 

34 Accrued liabihties not due. 
S5 Other reserve* 



3s And pipes. 

37 Pole hnes, etc. 

38 Supplies on hand. 

39 Surplus balance. 

4" Company has transacted no busi- 
ness. 

41 Adjourned. Statement of June 
30, 1918. 



42 And tools, oSice fixtures, etc. 

43 Sewerage system. 

44 Prepaid account, special deposits. 

45 Reserve for taxes, interest due, 

etc. 

46 Bonds. 

47 Replace burned station. 

48 Business and good will. 



132 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





2 


ti) 

.3 


-a 

li 

O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 




1 






-a ■ 


TION. 


t-i 

o 






1 


-a o 


.1 

•g 


a 


^1 

§b5 




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Q 


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s 


O 


South Egremont Water Com- 


Sept. 18, 


Sept. 4, 


$9,000 


_ 


$2,200 


_ 


_ 


$9-6 


pany, Egremont. 


1918. 


1918. 














Southbridge Water Supply 


Sept. 26, 


Sept. 10, 


200,000 


_ 


78,902 


$3,000 


$9,854 


3,565 


Company, Southbridge. 


1918. 


1918. 














Southern Massachusetts Tele- 


Feb. 20, 


9 Feb. 9, 


25,000 


S3,800 


- 


43,772 


- 


- 


phone Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Stockbridge Water Company, 


Aug. 7, 


June 26, 


43,000 


- 


i» 6,008 


9,500 


" 73,275 


1,008 


Great Barrington. 


1918. 


1918. 














Sunderland Water Company, 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 12, 


10,700 


- 


12 500 


- 


- 


716 


Sunderland. 


1918. 


1918. 














Taghconic Telephone Com- 


Nov. 27, 


July 2, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


139 


pany, West Stockbridge. 


1918. 


1918. 














Warmacomet Water Com- 


July 19, 


15 July 8, 


60,000 


7,343 


- 


23,421 


9,974 


866 


pany, Nantucket. 


1918. 


1918. 














Westford Water Company, 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 26, 


70,000 


_ 


850 


13,690 


10,217 


2,535 


Westford. 


1918. 


1918. 














Westhampton Water Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Nov. 6, 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Westhampton. 


1918. 


1917. 














Weston Water Company, 


July 18, 


July 8, 


50,000 


- 


19,886 


6,979 


6,429 


9,957 


Weston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Westport Harbor Aqueduct 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 18, 


6,000 


- 


250 


500 


5,834 


197 


Company, Westport. 


1918. 


1918. 














Williamstown Water Com- 


June 28, 


28 May 20, 


100,000 


- 


29 230,438 


- 


- 


13,841 


pany, Williamstown. 


1918. 


1918. 














Worcester Safe Deposit Vaults 


Mch. 21, 


Mch. 2, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,198 


Incorporated, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 














Total Certificates filed, . 




83 


32,691,735 


2,605,960 


1,329,057 


375,007 


2,208,100 


1,534,856 


Deduct Duplicates, 




4 


281,000 


7,892 


30,308 


- 


92,938 


16,344 


Total Corporations, 




79 


32,410,735 


2,598,068 


1,298,749 


375,007 


2,115,162 


1,518,512 



1 Reservoir. 

2 Distributing system. 
' Accrued interest. 

^ Funded indebtedness. 
5 Floating indebtedness. 



^ Personal estate. 
' Investments. 

8 Unearned interest town notes. 

9 Statement of Deo. 31, 1917. 
19 Land and reservoirs. 



11 And water mains, etc. 

12 Land and water rights. 
15 Pipe mains. 

1* Line and poles. 

15 Statement of June 30, 1918. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



133 



of Corjjorations — Concluded. 



Assets — Con. 


LUBILITIES. 


ise, 
and 
roc- 


§ 




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Jd 




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T3 -;o 




ufactur 
erchanc 
aterial, 
ock in F 


2 
a 


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Chap. 

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a-a 


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der R. 
hap. 

ot. 81. 




§SSSs 


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gf^Jcg 


"« =« 




& 


X! 


-3 =« 


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$ §Oco 




:s 


S 


^ 


PQ 


H 


o 


Q 


PQ 


rt 


O 


H 


- 


181,114 
2 17,540 


- 


- 


S21,800 


$8,900 


3 $437 
i 6,000 
6 6,300 


$106 


$57 


- 


$21,800 


$9,109 


6 218,727 
7 29,986 


" 


~ 


353,143 


200,000 


46 
8 390 


122,659 


30,048 


"• 


353,143 


- 


- 


- 


- 


47,572 


25,000 


22,572 


- 


- 


- 


47,572 


- 


- 


- 


- 


89,791 


43,000 


31,500 


14,054 


1,237 


- 


89,791 


- 


" 10,200 


- 


- 


11,416 


10,700 


- 


502 


214 


- 


11,416 


- 


" 1,000 


- 


- 


1,139 


1,000 


60 


79 


- 


- 


1,139 


" 


16 91,683 
"994 
18 900 

" 16.584 






151,765 


54,350 


56,080 


41,335 


' 


" 


151,765 


- 


2" 65,765 
21 4,995 


~ 


~ 


98,052 


40,000 


22 35,000 


11,459 


11,593 


- 


98,052 


~ 


23 177 

24 1,323 


~ 


~ 


1,500 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,500 




26 68,997 






112,248 


50,000 


8,900 

26 50,000 

2' 104 


3,244 






112,248 


- 


- 


- 


S119 


6,900 


5,800 


1,100 


- 


- 


- 


6,900 


68 


- 


- 


22,421 


266,768 


100,000 


163,736 


- 


3,032 


- 


266,768 


- 


3» 20,000 


- 


- 


25,198 


20,000 


- 


5,198 


- 


- 


25,198 


54,290 


5,972,288 


- 


390,588 


14,470,146 


6,375,225 


5,347,766 


1,559,082 


1,188,073 


- 


14,470,146 


5,123 


304,237 


- 


- 


456,842 


227,580 


158,496 


59,834 


10,932 


- 


456,842 


49,167 


5,668,051 


- 


390,588 


14,013,304 


6,147,645 


5,183,270 


1,499,248 


1,177,141 


- 


14,013,304 



16 Construction. 
" Supplies and tools. 

18 Rights. 

19 Sinking funds. 

20 Underground pipe. 



21 Sinking fund. 

22 Bonds. 

23 Dam. 

24 Pipe. 

25 Pipe line and reservoir. 



26 Mortgage bonds. 

27 Accounts payable. 

28 Adjourned. 

29 And pipes. I 
36 Safes, boxes, etc. 



134 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of Gas 


AND Electric 




'S 

s 

to 
O 

j=3 


i 

S 

OS 


It 
II 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


(3 


'a 
II 


1 
'3 


[achinery, in- 
cluding Mains, 
Services and 
Appliances. 


1 . 
11 

1« 




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Q 


o 


tf 


i-:i 


m 


S 


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Agawam Electric Company, 


Oct. 24, 


iSept. 12, 


$125,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$14,971 


The, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 














Amesbury and Salisbury Gas 


Feb. 27, 


9 Dec. 3, 


60,000 


- 


$6,725 


$175,645 


_ 


9,373 


Company, Amesbury. 


1918. 


1917. 














Amesbury Electric Light 


Oct. 25, 


iJuly 22, 


305,000 


- 


22,129 


with land 


$328,763 


117,539 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Amherst Gas Company, The, 


Oct. 17, 


'Sept. 11, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


80,136 


Amherst. 


1918. 


1918. 














Athol Gas and Electric Com- 


Oct. 28, 


Uuly 22, 


773,200 




359,032 


with land 


658,418 


167,200 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Attleboro Gas Light Com- 


July 23, 


July 16, 


116,000 


- 


50,452 


17,049 


166,297 


16,672 


pany Corporation, The, 


1918. 


1918. 














Attleboro. 


















Attleborough Steam and 


Sept. 26, 


Uuly 17, 


275,000 


$23,860 


- 


84,786 


233,941 


55,267 


Electric Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Beverly Gas and Electric 


Aug. 30, 


July 23. 


687,500 






319,632 


1,012,557 


38,453 


Company, Beverly. 


1918. 


1918. 














Blackstone Electric Light 


Oct. 24, 


iJuly 22, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


66,507 


15,916 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Block Plant Electric Light 


Oct. 5, 


31 _ 


9,500 


- 


- 


- 


26,609 


4,464 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 
















Boston Consolidated Gas 


Oct. 16, 


1 Sept. 12, 


15,124,600 


27,092,959 


with 


real 


estate 


685,215 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Boston Electric Light Com- 


Nov. 20, 


8' Oct. 8, 


3,000,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Brockton Gas Light Com- 


Aug. 30, 


S8 Aug. 6, 


1,537,000 


— 


59,516 


194,339 


1,683,697 


247,958 


pany, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 














Buzzard's Bay Electric Com- 


Jan. 31, 


^oNov. 10, 


15,000 


- 


7,488 


18,302 


110,678 


64,910 


pany, Falmouth. 


1918. 


1917. 














Cambridge Electric Light 


Apr. 30, 


«Apr. 18, 


1,000,000 


- 


256,801 


with land 


1,399,615 


95,127 


Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 














Cambridge Gas Light Com- 


Nov. 21, 


lOct. 22, 


1,680,000 


- 


538,065 


- 


2,662,765 


168,182 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 














Central Massachusetts 


Oct.' 25, 


IJuly 22, 


280,000 


_ 


7,061 


with land 


687,617 


157,116 


Electric Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Charlemont Electric Light 


Nov. 18, 


Julv 29, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,119 


610 


and Power Company, 


1918. 


1918. 














Charlemont. 


















Charlestown Gas and Electric 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 28, 


600,000 


- 


204,180 


- 


762,576 


75,545 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 















1 Statement of June 30, 1918. 

2 Property and construction. 

3 Liberty bonds. 

* Prepaid taxes, interest, etc. 
5 Notes payable. 
^ Accounts payable. 
' Accrued interest, taxes, etc. 
8 Surplus. 

' Statement of July 1, 1917. 
10 Bonds. 



1' Capital stock subscription. 

12 Capital stock subscribed including 

premium. 
18 Reserves. 

11 Premiiun on stock issued. 
IB Plant. 

IS Prepaid interest, insurance, etc. 
1' Dividends payable. 
18 Accrued expenses. 
" Other habUities. 



20 Premium on capital stock. 

21 Premiiun paid on stock. 

22 Other equipment. 

23 Sinking fund. 

21 Liabihty reserve fund. 

25 Deferred charges. 

20 Investment — tenements. 

2' Accruals. 

28 Notes payable — reserve fund. 



1918.] 



PUBLIC DOCmiENT — No. 10. 



135 



Companies, required by Acts of 1914, Chapter 743, Sectio7i 65. 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


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11 


a a 
13 ^ 




1 


$5,585 


2 $137,309 

3 5,000 

<864 


- 


- 


$163,729 


$125,000 


5 $16,750 
« 4,432 
^ 1,440 


8 $16,087 


- 


$20 


$163,729 


5,215 


- 


- 


$21,934 


218,892 


60,000 


98,892 
m 60,000 


- 


- 


- 


218,892 


11,605 


23,543 

"575 


$494 


- 


504,648 


302,900 
12 2,835 


162,140 


13 2.7.53 
" 23.765 


$9,761 


494 


504,648 


28,710 


15 407,148 
16 7,104 






523,098 


300,000 


1" 30,000 

6 3,390 

5 165,000 

" 4,500 

18 10.823 

I9 60 


9,087 




238 


523,098 


62,916 


21,894 


500 


- 


1,269,960 


714,500 


405.013 
1" 15.000 


13 17,863 
2» 84.000 


33,084 


500 


1,269,960 


11,868 


MOO 


255 


- 


262,993 


116,000 


6,725 


21 43,500 


96,513 


255 


262,993 


7,880 


22 3,545 

23 30,344 

2< 15,047 

2^643 

26 1,069 


~ 


~ 


456,382 


275,000 


46,712 

i» 39,000 

2' 394 


28 10.000 

29 20,000 


73,194 


1,082 


456,382 


28,787 


~ 


~ 


~ 


1,399,429 


687,500 


41,108 


19,813 
30 355,250 


29.5,758 


- 


1,399,429 


1,074 


2,025 


314 


- 


85,836 


40,000 


43,129 


13 633 


1,761 


313 


85,836 


224 


- 


- 


8,772 


40,069 


9,500 


5.576 
32 17,000 


- 


7,800 


193 


40,069 


1,028,001 




187,323 




28,993,498 


15,124,600 


4,389,269 


33 73,287 

34 5,808 

35 8,893,265 

36 62,883 


257,063 


187,323 


28,993,498 


- 


- 


- 


3,000,000 


3,000,000 


3,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000,000 


199,837 


39 48,271 


- 


- 


2.433,618 


1,537,000 


779.808 
10 100.000 


- 


11,262 


5,548 


2,433,618 


20,311 


" 260,673 


- 


8,070 


490,432 


11,0Q0 


479,282 


150 


- 


- 


490,432 


73,552 


« 52,071 
3 81,898 


16,626 


- 


1,975,690 


1,000,000 


178,694 


" 110,000 
20 420,000 


250,370 


16,626 


1,975,690 


251,132 




33,310 




3,653,454 


1,680,000 


379,309 


45 955,965 
« 18.610 
4' 43.878 


542,382 


33,310 


3,653,454 


22,445 


110,139 


644 


- 


985,022 


280,000 


494,661 
1" 150,000 


13 4,850 


54,867 


644 


985,022 


35 


48 26 


~ 


~ 


4,790 


3,000 


351 


- 


1,439 


- 


4,790 


41,918 


- 


- 


- 


1,084,219 


600,000 


155,534 


49 91,901 


218,699 


18,085 


1,084,219 



29 Premium on stock. 

30 Premium account. 

31 None held in 1918. Statement of 

June 30, 1918. 

32 Mortgage. 

33 Reserve for accidents and 



34 Reserve for depreciation of autos. 

35 Stock premiums. 



36 Reserve for employees' profit 

sharing. 
3' Corporation out of business. 

38 Statement of June 29, 1918. 

39 Prepaid and suspense items. 
4" Adjourned. 

41 Lines. 

42 Adjourned. Statement of Feb. 

28, 1918. 



43 And autos. 

44 Special reserve. 

45 Premiums. 

46 Replacement fund. 
4' Reserve fund. 

48 Incandescent lamps on hand. 

49 Premium stock. 



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Chester Electric Light Com- 


Aug. 19, 


July 18, 


$5,000 


_ 


, $1,100 


$150 


$8,930 


$431 


pany, Chester. 


1918. 


1918. 














Citizens' Gas, Electric and 


Aug. 19, 


July 17, 


40,000 


- 


9,461 


6,174 


59,357 


3,200 


Power Company of Nan- 


1918. 


1918. 














tucket, Nantucket. 


















Citizens' Gas Light Company 


Oct. 16, 


3 Sept. 5, 


743,000 


$865,031 


with 


real 


estate 


25,549 


of Quincy, Quincy. 


1918. 


1918. 














Dedham and Hyde Park Gas 


Sept. 26, 


3 Aug. 5, 


155,950 


' 1,500 


5,518 


_ 


255,490 


26,131 


and Electric Light Com- 


1918. 


1918. 














pany, Boston. 


















Dedham Electric Company, 


Nov. 20, 


12 Oct. 8, 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Deerfield River Electric Light 


Dec. 29, 


13 _ 


5,000 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


198 


Company, Conway. 


1917. 
















East Boston Gas Company, 


Oct. 16, 


3 Sept. 11, 


575,000 


1,195,279 


with 


real 


estate 


16,738 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Eastern Massachusetts Elec- 


July 1, 


16 Feb. 5, 


125,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




42,797 


tric Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Eastern Massachusetts Elec- 


Nov. 25, 


3 Oct. 23, 


250,000 


_ 


'_ 


_ 


_ 


30,183 


tric Company, Boston (2d 


1918. 


1918. 














return). 


















Easthampton Gas Company, 


Oct. 17, 


Sept. 11, 


450,000 


_ 


16,630 


134,977 


467,508 


76,935 


Easthampton. 


1918. 


1918. 














Edison Electric Illuminating 


Nov. 20, 


3 Oct. 8, 


22,528,000 


11,612,330 


- 


- 


43,708,308 


1,641,546 


Company of Boston, The, 


1918. 


1918. 














Boston. 


















Edison Electric Illuminating 


Apr. 1, 


26 Mch. 5, 


1,476,000 


- 


513,391 


with land 


2,284,794 


282,421 


Company of Brockton, The, 


1918. 


1918. 














Brockton. 


















Electric Light and Power 


Sept. 26, 


3 July 25, 


283,500 


44,598 


- 


with R. E. 


448,436 


54,351 


Company of Abington and 


1918. 


1918. 














Rockland, The, Abington. 


















Fall River Electric Light 


Apr. 23, 


16 Jan. 28, 


1,400,000 


- 


142,524 


309,587 


2,133,780 


119,079 


Company, Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 














Fall River Gas Works Com- 


Sept. 12, 


3 July 31, 


1,127,000 


355,107 


_ 


with R. E. 


1,824,409 


221,581 


pany, Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 














Fitchburg Gas and Electric 


Dec. 12, 


«Oct. 24, 


888,000 


_ 


368,578 


with land 


1,377,925 


101,216 


Light Company, Fitchburg 


1917. 


1917. 














(for 1917). 


















Fitchburg Gas and Electric 


Nov. 25, 


3 Oct. 23, 


888,000 


_ 


370,222 


with land 


1,433,963 


85,709 


Light Company, Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 















1 Investment. 

2 Bonds. 

s Statement of June 30, 1918. 

* Reserve for employees' compen- 

sation insurance, 
s Reserve for depreciation of autos. 

* Reserve for employees' profit 



3 Deferred charges. 
16 Deferred credits. 

11 Premium on capital stock. 

12 Corporation out of business. 

13 None held in 1917. All stock 

retired Dec. 28, 1916. 
1^ Reserved for accidents and 



J Dwelling house. 
' Other equipment. 



16 Stock premiums. 

16 Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 



1'' Unfinished construction. 
18 Prepaid accounts, etc. 
1' Notes payable. 
2" Other accruals. 

21 Plant investment. 

22 Equipment. 

23 Prepayments. 

^* Reserve for doubtful accounts. 
26 Other ledger accounts. 



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$10,801 


$5,000 


$5,501 


- 


$300 


- 


$10,801 


8,265 


i$850 


$300 


- 


87,607 


40,000 


17,000 
2 25,500 


- 


4,807 


$300 


87,607 


54,816 


- 


5,910 


$18,274 


969,580 


743,000 


213,800 


* $3,309 
6 2,162 
6 1,400 


- 


5,909 


969,580 






















13,123 


8 3,507 
9 10,044 






315,313 


155,950 


29,354 

2 92,000 

i»905 


11 7,190 


27,030 


2,884 


315,313 


- 


- 


- 


60,000 


60,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


198 


- 


- 


- 


198 


- 


198 


121,731 


- 


60,651 


- 


1,394,399 


575,000 


465,619 


" 9,577 

5 1,243 

16 11,000 


267,309 


60,651 


1,394,399 




































6 4,000 








9,987 


1' 417,451 
18 4,983 






475,218 


125,000 


149,716 

19 175,000 

20 4,080 


1,365 


20,057 




475,218 


7,231 


21 66,038 

22 654 
17 242,795 

23 859 






347,760 


125,000 


74,726 
19 130,000 


7,947 


10,087 




347,760 


35,077 


2s 2,107 


- 


- 


733,234 


450,000 


247,407 


24 500 


35,327 


- 


733,234 


1,650,356 


25 432,062 


91,185 


- 


59,135,787 


22,528,000 


16,284,994 
2 1,250,000 


827,557 
"17,919,158 


234,893 


91,185 


59,135,787 


122,710 


27 20,859 

28 10,760 
29 450,000 


942 


- 


3,685,877 


1,476,000 


1,292,084 
2 215,000 


114,584 
30 238,956 
31 11,633 


336,678 


942 


3,685,877 


53,995 


2' 2,591 
32 450 


398 




604,819 


283,500 


106,697 
2 25,000 
33 6,070 


35,000 
30 55,350 


92,804 


398 


604,819 


202,445 


31 344,651 

35 50,000 
9 26,636 

36 20,696 






3,349,398 


1,400,000 


1,193,433 


190,959 

37 20,511 

38 445,000 

39 1,107 


96,872 


1,516 


3,349,398 


155,379 


27 4,852 


9,325 




2,571,156 


1,127,000 


49,982 
« 14,693 


174,847 

« 577,349 

43 24,153 


593,807 


9,325 


2,571,156 


126,527 


23 8,732 
« 33,021 
« 17,005 
" 26,238 


4,307 




2,063,549 


888,000 


463,789 


62,600 

31 12,045 

"443,100 

« 189,112 

49 596 




4,307 


2,063,549 


151,101 


46 19,381 
23 5,205 
« 30,509 
17 30,606 
28 27,689 


5,379 




2,159,764 


888,000 


87,089 
60 500,000 


98,389 

31 2,685 

47 443,100 

>8 135,122 




5,379 


2,159,764 





26 Statement of Jan. 31, 1918. 

27 Advance payments. 

28 Suspense. 

29 Treasury coupon notes. 

30 Premium on sale of capital stock. 
'1 Other reserves. 

32 Investment (liberty loan). 

33 Accounts not yet due. 
'4 New construction. 



36 Liberty bonds. 

36 Debit suspense. 

37 Sundry reserves. 

38 Premium new capital. 

39 Credit suspense. 

40 Automobiles. 

41 Accrued taxes. 

42 Premium sale of capital stock. 



43 Reserve for coal adjustment. 

44 Statement of June 30, 1917. 

45 Miscellaneous equipment. 

46 Investments. 

47 Premiums on capital stock. 

48 Surplus. 

49 Other deposits. 

50 Coupon notes. 



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[1918. 



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Framingham Gas Fuel and 


Sept. 26, 


July 27, 


$75,000 


_ 


_ 


$15,175 


$109,276 


$11,349 


Power Company, The, Bos- 


1918. 


1918. 














Franklin Electric Light Com- 


Aug. 29, 


2 July 16, 


50,000 


$1,067 


_ 


663 


86,353 


11,142 


pany, Montague. 


1918. 


1918. 














Gardner Electric Light Com- 


Jan. 2, 


« Oct. 9, 


282,600 


7 336,725 


- 


- 


51,878 


20,243 


pany, Gardner. 


1918. 


1917. 














Gardner Gas Fuel and Light 


Nov. 5, 


2 July 22, 


140,000 


_ 


$20,301 


with land 


245,324 


12,950 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Gloucester Electric Company, 


Sept. 5, 


13 Aug. 5, 


314,200 


116,555 


- 


- 


502,070 


101,421 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 














Great Barrington Electric 


Oct. 28, 


2 July 22, 


242,000 


- 


109,769 


with land 


182,346 


84,273 


Light Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Greenfield Electric Light and 


Feb. 11, 


"Jan. 15, 


1,050,000 


- 


277,963 


141,874 


961,716 


72,570 


Power Company, Green- 


1918. 


1918. 














field. 


















Greenfield Gas Light Com- 


Nov. 18, 


2 Nov. 7, 


166,000 


_ 


52,755 


with land 


305,159 


26,948 


pany, Greenfield. 


1918. 


1918. 














Hadley Lighting Company, 


July 22, 


July 8, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


331 


Hadley. 


1918. 


1918. 














Haverhill Electric Company, 


Dec. 12, 


21 Oct. 24, 


941,900 


- 


93,670 


236,529 


898,235 


148,160 


Haverhill. 


1917. 


1917. 














Haverhill Electric Company, 


Nov. 25, 


2 Oct. 23, 


941,900 


93,670 


_ 


257,077 


907,896 


78,211 


Haverhill (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 














Haverhill Gas Light Com- 


Oct. 4, 


2 Sept. 17, 


585,000 


61,290 


_ 


118,525 


916,671 


14,677 


pany, Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 














Huntington Electric Light 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 28, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,506 


Company, Huntington. 


1918. 


1918. 














Hyde Park Electric Light 


Nov. 20, 


" Oct. 8, 


287,500 












Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Ipswich Gas Light Company, 


Dec. 3, 


Sept. 26, 


16,000 


- 


- 


5,075 


24,796 


5,060 


Ipswich. 


1917. 


1917. 














Ipswich Gas Light Company, 


Nov. 8, 


Nov. 1, 


16,000 


- 


- 


5,075 


24,814 


4,936 


Ipswich (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 














Lawrence Gas Company, 


Mch. 12, 


Feb. 5, 


2,500,000 


" 2,215,523 


with 


real 


estate 


333,465 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 




" 2,002,442 
« 50,118 
« 19,620 
« 30,421 








' 


Lee Electric Company, Lee. 


July 26, 
1918. 


July 9, 
1918. 


30,000 


~ 


10,350 


3,150 


56,133 


9,128 


Lenox Electric Company, 


Nov. 5, 


2 July 22, 


115,000 


_ 


14,728 


with land 


92,485 


42,630 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 















1 Reserve fund. 

2 Statement of June 30, 1918. 
' Deferred assets. 

4 M. F. Fire District. 
6 Millers Falls bond reserve. 
6 Statement of Oct. 1, 1917. 
' And lines, transformers, meters, 
etc. 

8 Suspense accounts. 

9 Bad debts reserve. 



1° Capital stock premium. 

11 Premium on stock issued. 

12 Reserve. 

" Statement of June 29, 1918. 
" Bonds. 

15 Reserves. 

16 Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 
1' Liberty Bond subscription. 
IS Prepaid expenses. 

15 Reserve for bad debts. 



2° Reserve for automobile repairs. 

21 Statement of June 30, 1917. 

22 Miscellaneous equipment. 

23 Prepayments, etc. 

2'' Unfinished construction. 

2= Investments. 

26 Capital stock subscribed. 

2' And accruals. 

28 Bonds due 1921. 



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Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


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$156,128 


$75,000 


$71,513 


$8,362 


$423 


$830 


$156,128 


2,079 


3 1,877 
4 14,550 


■ - 


- 


117,731 


50,000 


45,075 


6 14,550 


8,106 


- 


117,731 


21,834 


8 5,449 


- 


- 


436,129 


282,600 


93,535 


14,735 

'158 

i» 36,270 


7,467 


1,364 


436,129 






















21,918 


27,748 


$121 


- 


328,362 


140,000 


183,181 


11 4,200 
12 817 


43 


121 


328,362 


27,894 


- 


- 


- 


747,940 


314,200 


154,498 
" 48,000 


- 


230,912 


330 


747,940 


9,986 


19,657 


45 


- 


406,076 


125,000 


198,514 


15 22,559 


59,958 


45 


406,076 


127,988 


1' 15,000 
18 10,925 


1,128 


- 


1,609,164 


1,015,850 


344,147 
" 100,000 


12,000 

19 270 

20 3,381 


132,388 


1,128 


1,609,164 


46,060 


10,183 


~ 


$8,013 


449,118 


166,000 


206,828 
" 75,000 


16 820 


~ 


470 


449,118 


- 


- 


- 


1,419 


1,750 


1,750 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,750 


66,916 


22 28,309 

23 5,643 

21 169,307 

2i 1,450 


7,850 


" 


1,656,069 


933,700 
26 8,200 


2' 98,354 
28 85,000 


93,077 
29 233 

30 61 

31 316,875 


112,719 


7,850 


1,656,069 


71,041, 


22 27,184 

23 5,716 

24 211,500 

23 5,387 


8,994 




1,666,676 


941,900 


121,829 
" 85,000 


99,475 
29411 

31 316,875 


92,192 


8,994 


1,666,676 


93,851 


32 3,332 
S3 1,363 


20,732 


~ 


1,230,441 


585,000 


50,977 
34 11,109 


124,038 
29 1,884 


436,701 


20,732 


1,230,441 




35574 

36 1,373 

37 1,312 

38 591 

39 800 






11,156 


5,000 




40 4,758 


1,398 




11,156 


- 


- 


- 


287,500 


287,500 


287,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


287,500 


104 


- 


- 


- 


35,035 


16,000 


17,281 


- 


1,754 


- 


35,035 


454 


- 


- 


154 


35,433 


16,000 


19,433 


- 


- 


- 


35,433 


217,279 


" 50,435 
« 47,846 
« 12,559 


" 


" 


4,979,708 


2,500,000 


14 300,000 
30 791,637 


51 833,329 


522,792 


31,950 


4,979,708 


1,827 


« 2,250 
1 1,000 


- 


- 


83,838 


30,000 


5,805 

14 30,000 

32343 


33 7,690 


10,000 


- 


83,838 


, 11,170 


3,486 
23 6,500 






170,999 


40,000 


77,235 


15 18,137 
11 5,000 


30,627 




170,999 



23 Other reserves. 

30 Other deposits. 

31 Premium on capital stock. 

32 Advance payments. 

33 Automobiles. 

34 Accounts not yet due. 

35 Meter account. 
30 Overhead lines. 
3' Steam plant. 



38 Electric plant. 

39 Due for electricity and 

accounts. 

40 Surplus account. 

41 Corporation out of business. 

42 Gas. 

43 Electric. 

44 Office building. 

45 Methuen Street storehouse. 



40 Appliance and garage building, 
other 47 Office fixtures and garage equip- 

ment. 

48 Taxes and insurance prepaid. 

49 Liberty bonds. 

50 Notes and accounts payable. 

51 Reserve accounts. 
62 Bad debts. 

53 And replacement. 



140 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


03 
1 


1-^ 


1 


Machinery, in- 
cluding Mains, 
Services and 
Appliances. 




Lowell Electric Light Cor- 
poration, The, Lowell. 


Apr. 4, 
1918. 


1 Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Sl,176,400 


- 


§343,001 


with land 


82,117,459 


S191,564 


Lowell Gas Light Company, 
Lowell. 


Dec. 29, 
1917. 


5 Oct. 29, 
1917. 


1,000,000 


- 


1,279,678 


with land 


1,034,963 


104,682 


Ludlow Electric Light Com- 
pany, Springfield. 


Oct. 1, 
1918. 


10 Sept. 11, 
1918. 


45,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,359 


Lynn Gas and Electric Com- 
pany, Lynn. 


Feb. 2, 
1918. 


Jan. 28, 
1918. 


1,625,000 


- 


356,448 


8519,929 


4,053,208 


431,994 


Maiden and Melrose Gas 
Light Company, Maiden 
(for 1917). 


Dec. 12, 
1917. 


5 Oct. 24, 
1917. 


2,085,500 


~ 


210,660 


315,170 


2,392,493 


175,958 


Maiden and Melrose Gas 
Light Company, Maiden. 


Nov. 25, 
1918. 


10 Oct. 23, 
1918. 


2,085,500 


- 


210,664 


329,577 


2,442,114 


260,774 


Maiden Electric Company, 
Maiden (for 1917). 


Dec. 12, 
1917. 


5 Oct. 24, 
1917. 

• 


1,068,000 


- 


48,391 


184,532 


1,645,756 


152,058 


Maiden Electric Company, 
Maiden. 


Nov. 25, 
1918. 


10 Oct. 23, 
1918. 


1,068,000 


S50;504 


- 


192,577 


1,746,607 


' 245,285 


Manchester Electric Com- 
pany, Manchester. 

Marlborough Electric Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Marlborough-Hudson Gas 
Company, Boston. 

Milton Light and Power 
Company, Boston. 

Natick Gas Light Company, 
Boston. 

New Bedford Gas and Edison 
Light Company, New Bed- 
ford. 


May 15, 

1918. 
Oct. 28, 

1918. 
Oct. 28, 

1918. 
Nov. 20, 

1918. 
Sept. 26, 

1918. 
Sept. 23, 

1918. 


35 Apr. 17, 

1918. 
10 July 22, 

1918. 
10 July 22, 

1918. 
" Oct. 8, 

1918. 
Aug. 13, 

1918. 
Aug. 23, 

1918. 


205,800 

388,500 

310,000 

42,000 

59,600 

2,385,000 


1,600,780 


14,794 
39,101 
27,732 


with land 
with land 
with land 

13,068 
with R. E. 


210,839 
513,229 
404,337 

98,736 
5,119,508 


15,225 
153,327 
84,190 

5,842 
537,540 


New England Power Com- 
pany, Boston. 


Apr. 24, 
1918. 


I Jan. 15, 
1918. 


10,914,000 


13,295,965 


with 


real 


estate 


551,976 


Newburyport Gas and Elec- 
tric Company, Newbury- 
port. 


Oct. 11, 
1918. 


10 Sept. 19, 
1918. 


513,000 


' 


179,017 


with land 


569,712 


76,061 



1 Statement of Dec. 31, 1917. 

2 Advance payments. 

3 Premium on sale of capital stock. 
^ Other reserves. 

s Statement of June 30, 1917. 
^ Notes payable. 
' Accounts payable. 
* Reserve for insurance. 
' Premium on stock. 
i» Statement of June 30, 1918. 



11 Property and construction. 

12 Liberty bonds. 

13 Prepaid insurance and interest. 

14 Accrued interest, etc. 

15 Surplus. 

16 Insurance and taxes prepaid. 
1' Reserve and depreciation. 

18 Premiimi on capital stock. 

19 Surplus invested in plant. 

20 Miscellaneous eqmpment. 



21 Prepaid interest and insurance. 

22 Investments. 

23 Unfinished construction. 

24 And accruals. 

25 Suspense-debt discount and ex- 

pense. 

26 Prepayments and suspense. 
2' Coupon notes. 

28 Sinking fund. 



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of Gas and Electric Companies — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 


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2 $10,355 


$6,834 


- 


$2,798,121 


$1,176,400 


$291,161 


$319,662 
3 342,294 
4 14,502 


$647,268 


$6,834 


$2,798,121 


188,119 




15,952 




2,623,394 


1,000,000 


6 570,000 
• ^ 44,496 


62,258 

8 2,481 

9 417,158 


511,049 


15,952 


2,623,394 


1,639 


" 47,387 

12 2,500 

"197 






61,082 


45,000 


' 1,765 

6 10,375 

»843 


15 2,403 




696 


61,082 


290,122 


16 47,403 


19,377 


" 


5,718,481 


1,625,000 


65,056 


1' 526,007 

18 1,476,099 

19 1,658,771 


348,171 


19,377 


5,718,481 


88,221 


20 45,741 

21 20,657 
22 8,800 

23 48,613 


9,720 




3,316,033 


2,085,500 


24 620,414 


85,768 

4 1,864 

18 435,164 


77,604 


9,719 


3,316,033 


133,241 


2» 47,910 
25 41,631 
26 7,110 
22 14,725 
23 106,175 


10,545 




3,604,466 


2,085,500 


231,132 
2? 725,000 


107,029 

4 1,764 

18 435,163 


8,333 


10,545 


3,604,466 


129,700 


28 62,078 
29 4,561 
22 21,886 
23 142,540 
20 33,126 


22,292 




2,446,920 


1,068,000 


501,322 
30 100,000 


138,489 

4 674 

18 388,850 


227,293 


22,292 


2,446,920 


118,428 


31 6,150 

22 27,186 

23 124,002 

20 30,003 

32 34,575 


25,124 




2,600,441 


1,068,000 


130,022 
33 600,000 


182,699 

* 1,221 

18 388,850 


203,480 


25,124 
34 1,045 


2,600,441 


389 


36 636 


- 


- 


241,883 


205,800 


897 
3' 1,835 


26,660 


6,691 


~ 


241,883 


28,407 


26,316 


499 


- 


760,879 


361,500 


248,487 


38 9,978 
39 96,900 


43,515 


499 


760,879 


17,058 


54,539 


1,243 


- 


589,099 


270,000 


277,947 
« 5,500 


38 7,650 


26,760 


1,242 


589,099 


- 


- 


J ~ 


$42,000 


42,000 


42,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,000 


5,464 


42 2,700 


- 


- 


125,810 


59,600 


54,968 


2,700 


8,257 


285 


125,810 


329,183 


« 40,160 


38,650 


~ 


7,665,821 


2,309,000 
« 83,305 


808,837 
M 2,350,000 


288,288 

45 1,343,271 

46 25,620 

4' 6,383 


412,467 


38,650 


7,665,821 


4,598 


« 133,870 
« 18,779 
M 54,293 






14,059,481 


6,932,200 


973,155 
■10 5,938,000 


111,314 

51 10,687 

52 92,306 


1,819 




14,059,481 


80,532 


53 123,770 

M 5,532 

55 22,479 






1,057,103 


513,000 


514,621 


1,557 
18 23,204 


4,721 




1,057,103 



29 Prepaid interest, insurance, etc. 

30 Bonds due Nov. 1, 1917. 

31 Prepayments. 

32 Suspense, debt, discount. 

33 Six year coupon notes. 

34 Other deposits. 

35 Statement of Apr. 1, 1918. 

36 Automobile, etc. 
3' Accrued taxes. 



38 Reserves. 

39 Premium on stock issued. 

40 Bonds. 

41 Corporation out of business. 

42 Reserve. 

43 Deferred bond expense. 

44 Subscription to 1918 stock. 

45 Premium account. 

46 Insurance reserve. 



4' Pension reserve. 

48 Work orders in progress (suspense). 

49 Prepaid items. 

50 Apportionment accounts. 

51 Miscellaneous operating reserves. 

52 Sinking fund reserve. 

53 New construction. 

54 Furniture and fixtures. 

55 Investment. 



142 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 






Newton and Watertown Gas 
Light Company, Newton. 



North Attleborough Gas Light 
Company, North Attle- 
borough. 

Norton Power & Electric 
Company, Boston. 

Norwood Gas Company, 
Boston. 

Old Colony Gas Company, 
Braintree. 

Pittsfield Coal Gas Company, 

Pittsfield. 
Pittsfield Electric Company, 

Pittsfield. 

Plymouth Electric Light 
Company, Plymouth. 

Plymouth Gas Light Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Provincetown Light and 
Power Company, Boston. 

Quincy Electric Light and 
Power Company, Quincy. 

Randolph & Holbrook Power 
& Electric Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Sagamore Electric Company, 
Bourne. 

Salem Electric Lighting Com- 
pany, The, Salem (for 
1917). 

Salem Electric Lighting Com- 
pany, The, Salem. 



Salem Gas Light Company, 
Salem. 

Seekonk Electric Company, 
Seekonk. 

Southeastern Massachusetts 
Power & Electric Company, 
Boston. 

Springfield Gas Light Com- 
pany, Springfield. 



Springfield Gas Light Com- 
pany, Springfield (2d re- 
turn). 



Oct. 16, 


iSept. 5, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 17, 


1918. 


1917. 


Oct. 24, 


iJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 25, 


iJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 5, 


Sept. 9, 


1918. 


1918. 


Aug. 7, 


July 23, 


1918. 


1918. 


Aug. 30, 


Uuly 24, 


1918. 


1918. 


Nov. 5, 


16 Aug. 6, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 25, 


iJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 28, 


IJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Aug. 22, 


I July 31, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 24, 


IJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 7, 


19 Sept. 13, 


1918. 


1917. 


Dec. 12, 


20 Oct. 24, 


1917. 


1917. 


Nov. 25, 


1 Oct. 23, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 4. 


Aug. 27, 


1918. 


1918. 


July 8, 


Jan. 30, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 28, 


IJuly 22, 


1918. 


1918. 


Dec. 12, 


Oct. 24, 


1917. 


1917. 


Nov. 25, 


1 Oct. 22, 


1918. 


1918. 



$560,000 

. 68,100 

8,000 
160,000 
709,000 

396,000 
500,000 

400,000 
148,500 
60,000 
300,000 
150,000 

50,000 
795,000 

795,000 

909,300 
25,000 
265,000 

1,777,200 
1,777,200 



$1,611,471 



41,067 



76,890 



157,729 



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with 



S30,514 



22,502 
8,212 

19,127 



44,536 
33,713 
5,529 
94,431 
37,054 

70,843 



74,700 

3,060 
157,629 



real 



with land 
$283,637 

30,128 
119,663 

with land 
with land 
with land 
with land 
with land 

170,517 
172,990 



^'S 






estate 

$57,961 

12,244 

148,094 

1,037,855 

631,299 
1,054,974 

495,430 
199,478 
72,186 
515,316 
148,130 

624,407 
623,389 



300,754 717,783 



with land 
569,772 

592,258 



359,447 
2,973,779 

3,099,035 



$95,753 

26,827 

2,877 
28,588 
35,004 

55,919 
102,634 

13,237 
27,359 
6,108 
68,458 
29,589 

108,466 
203,834 

47,100 

1,214 

83,569 

126,105 
234,311 



1 Statement of June 30, 1918. 

2 Reserve for employees' compensa- 

tion insurance. 

' Reserve for depreciation of auto- 
mobiles. 

■• Stock premiums. 

5 Reserve for employees' profit 
sharmg. 



^ Reserves. 

' Advance payments. 

8 Bonds. 

9 Accrued items. 
1° Reserve. 

11 Investments. 

12 Subscription for new capital stock 

paid in. 



13 Interest prepaid. 

1^ Interest accrued. 

15 Premium on capital stock. 

1^ Adjourned. Statement of June 

30, 1918. 
1' Prepaid items. 
18 Premium on sales of capital stock. 



1918. 



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143 



of Ga'i and Electric Covipanics — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 




1 


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$116,478 


- 


$3,072 


- 


$1,826,774 


$560,000 


$684,571 


2 $10,698 
3 2,172 

4 130,000 
5 6,000 


$430,262 


$3,071 


$1,826,774 


18,326 


~ 


128 


~ 


133,756 


68,100 


3,258 


3,646 


58,624 


128 


133,756 


855 


$1,563 


- 


- 


17,539 


8,000 


8,715 


M60 


664 


- 


17,539 


38,418 


8,723 


- 


- 


246,325 


140,000 


95,198 


6 933 


10,194 


- 


246,325 


33,448 


■> 2,283 


5,604 


- 


1,406,043 


709,000 


319,843 

8 338,000 

9 5,471 


i» 14,035 


14.090 


5,604 


1,406,043 


174,937 


11 12,019 


- 


~ 


923,429 


396,000 
12 68,580 


397,500 


"" 


57,908 


3,441 


923,429 


104,460 


"383 






1,423,181 


457,000 


208,911 

8 400,000 

11 7,400 


231,735 
13 73,000 


33,000 


12,135 


1,423,181 


16,770 


23,699 


- 


- 


593,672 


315,200 


214,218 
8 54,000 


6 3,287 


6,967 


- 


593,672 


32,707 


11,296 


120 


- 


304,673 


148,500 


146,600 


6 3,645 


5,808 


120 


304,673 


1,821 


5,942 


- 


- 


91,586 


60,000 


27,993 


« 1,237 


2,356 


- 


91,586 


27,053 


" 4,631 


- 


- 


709,889 


300,000 


253.347 
8 100,000 


18 26,244 


25,038 


5,260 


709,889 


8,030 


13,023 


50 




235,876 


140,000 


93,204 


6 1,495 


1,127 


50 


235,876 


110,095 


21 960,551 

22 27,151 

25 6,873 


5,527 


- 


2,084,430 


795,000 


561,697 


123,291 

21 3,085 

25 411,000 


184,830 


5,527 


2,084,430 


145,798 


21 1,115,572 

22 28,021 
26 6,250 

23 32,474 


6,620 




2,411,838 


795,000 


355,789 
2' 500,000 


190,576 

2'! 2,674 

25 411,000 


148,995 


6,620 
28 1,184 


2,411,838 


71,841 


19,751 


4,337 


- 


1,236,266 


669,800 


15,717 
29 232,500 


3» 111,060 


202,852 


4,337 


1,236,266 


- 


31 37,693 


- 


- 


38,907 


5,000 


33,818 


- 


89 


- 


38,907 


2,258 


14,218 


252 


- 


462,804 


265,000 


173,614 


6 5,679 

32 23 


18,236 


252 


462,804 


210,327 


33 60,456 
3< 31,266 
11 115,599 
21 83,606 


16,461 


- 


4,345,000 


1,777,200 


869,464 


68,772 

35 1,969 

25 1,277,200 


333,934 


16,461 


4,345,000 


234,708 


33 54,435 

23 36,795 

11 125,860 

21 175,370 


17,057 




4,727,558 


1,777,200 


792,276 
2' 500,000 


24,616 
35 2,970 
25 1,277,200 


336,239 


17,057 


4,727,558 



1' Company has transacted no busi- 
ness. 
2» Statement of June 30, 1917. 

21 Unfinished construction. 

22 Equipment. 

23 Prepayments and suspense. 



21 Other reserves. 

25 Capital stock premium. 

26 Investment. 

2' Coupon notes. 

28 Other deposits. 

29 Notes payable. 



30 Stock premium. 

31 Property and plant. 

32 Premium on stock issued. 

33 Miscellaneous equipment. 
3'' Prepayments. 

35 Reserve for bad debts. 



144 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Stockbridge Lighting Com- 


Jan. 9, 


1 _ 


S40,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$58,204 


$7,310 


pany, Boston (for 1917). 


1918. 
















Stockbridge Lighting Com- 


Oct. 28, 


2 July 22, 


368,500 


- 


- 


- 


74,951 


28.878 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Subm-ban Gas and Electric 


Dec. 12, 


« Oct. 24, 


834,500 


- 


$34,485 


S87,723 


1,032,242 


100,127 


Company, Revere (for 


1917. 


1917. 














1917). 


















Suburban Gas and Electric 


Nov. 25, 


2 Oct. 23, 


834,500 


834,485 


_ 


87,811 


1,056,553 


13 102,389 


Company, Revere. 


1918. 


1918. 














Sunderland Electric Light and 


Oct. 1, 


2 Sept. 11, 


11,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


790 


Power Company, Amherst. 


1918. 


1918. 














Taunton Gas Light Company, 


July 25, 


Julv 15, 


330,000 


80,816 


- 


- 


338,987 


44,477 


Taunton. 


1918. 


1918. 














Turners Falls Power & Elec- 


Oct. 14, 


2 Sept. 18, 


7,249,006 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1,058,553 


tric Company, Montague. 


1918. 


1918. 














Tyngsboro Electric Light 


Sept. 12, 


2 Sept. 10, 


7,500 








45,041 


1,227 


Company, Ayer. 


1918. 


1918. 














Union Light and Power Com- 


Nov. 5, 


2 Julv 22, 


281,000 


- 


16,475 


with land 


462,947 


139,913 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














United Electric Light Com- 


Aug. 6, 


July 19, 


2,400,000 


- 


485,194 


991,248 


4,080,276 


363,695 


pany, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 














Vineyard Haven Gas and 


Jan. 21, 


38 Nov. 10, 


10,000 


_ 


431 


830 


8,547 


367 


Electric Light Co., The, 


1918. 


1917. 














Tisbury. 


















Vineyard Lighting Company, 


Jan. 21, 


36 Nov. 10, 


25,000 


- 


11,395 


16,423 


95,468 


20,063 


Oak Bluffs. 


1918. 


1917. 














Ware Electric Company, Bos- 


Oct. 24, 


2 July 22, 


132,000 


- 


14,097 


with land 


193,466 


31,037 


ton. 


191S. 


1918. 














Warren Power Company, 


Julv 8, 


Jan. 21, 


750,000 


- 


375,000 




- 


3,418 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 














Webster and Southbridge Gas 


Nov. 11, 


2 Aug. 20, 


600,000 


34,899 


- 


136,821 


764,404 


68,773 


and Electric Company, 


1918. 


1918. 














Webster. 


















West Boston Gas Company, 


Sept. 26, 


Aug. 7, 


175,000 


- 


16,186 


28,984 


159,874 


20,726 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Westborough Gas and Electric 


Sept. 23, 


2 July 22, 


36,500 


- 


7,020 


with land 


*i 96,311 


10,020 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Weymouth Light and Power 


Oct. 24, 


2 July 22, 


444,000 


_ 


75,560 


with land 


595,826 


117,949 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 














Winchendon Electric Light 


Oct. 24, 


2 July 22, 


227,000 


- 


188,088 


with land 


111,858 


53,383 


and Power Company, Bos- 
ton. 
Woburn Gas Light Company, 


1918. 


1918. 














Sept. 11, 


« Aug. 5, 


45,100 


_ 


4,400 


9,900 


28,643 


5,484 


Woburn. 


1918. 


1918. 















1 None held in 1917. Statement of 

Aug. 1, 1917. 

2 Statement of June 30, 1918. 

3 Reserves. 

^ Statement of June 30, 1917. 
5 Unfinished construction. 
8 Prepayments. 
' Miscellaneous equipment. 
8 Investments. 



3 And accruals. 
1" Other reserves. 

11 Premium on capital stock. 

12 Other deposits. 

13 And interest. 

1^ Property and construction. 
15 Prepaid taxes, etc. 
15 Accounts payable. 
1' Notes payable. 



18 Accrued interest, etc. 
1' Street mains. 

20 Liberty bonds. 

21 Floating indebtedness. 

22 Surplus. 

23 Deposits due customers. 

2^ Prepaid interest, taxes, etc. 
25 Coal at Hampden Station. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



145 



of Gas and Electric Companies — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


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■^■^sj 




a 


CO 


o-<s: 


2 




"S 




P 


2 


i<i?: 




^4 


:3 
o 


oneys re 
etc., under 
1914, Ch. 
Sect. 63. 


"3 '^ 


o 


1 






c-o 
c3 a 


uaranty F 
under , 
1914, Ch. 
Sect. 63. 


S 

o 


s 


1 


S 


m 


H 


o 


Q 


« 




o 1 


H 


$1,339 


$2,567 


- 


- 


$69,420 


$40,000 


812,742 


$4,000 


$12,678 


- 


$69,420 


1,294 


8,346 


- 


- 


113,469 


40,000 


55,398 


8 6,400 


11,671 


- 


113,469 


47,037 


6 6,404 
6 5,759 

7 32,263 

8 34,291 


$18,709 


~ 


1,399,040 


834,500 


9 179,313 


96,663 

10 1,621 

11 156,900 

12 506 


110,828 


$18,709 


1,399,040 


54,761 


6 53,314 

6 6,085 

' 25,913 

8 41,391 


23,633 




1,486,335 


834,500 


9 253,815 


103,399 

10 2,383 

" 156,900 


111,225 


23,633 
12 480 


1,486,335 


' 


" 10,968 
16 183 


" 


$3,818 


15,759 


11,000 


16 499 

1- 4,000 

18 260 








15,759 


33,693 


19 252,000 
2" 1,095 


- 


- 


751,068 


330,000 


16 19,461 
21 202,000 


22 106,140 


92,887 


23 580 


751,068 


79,885 


" 9,567,232 
8 280,858 
2» 200,000 
"-* 105,446 
25 130,939 






11,422,913 


7,249,006 


26 3,700 

17 3,217,000 

16 15,234 

27 141,873 

23 156,261 


376,584 


263,255 




11,422,913 


382 


29 361 


- 


2,122 


49,133 


7,500 


6,763 
so 34,870 


~ 


~ 


~ 


49,133 


12,911 


61,469 


353 


- 


694,068 


272,800 


388,230 


3 8,093 


24,592 


353 


694,068 


294,064 


81 3,500 
20 31,250 
S2 51,633 


- 


- 


6,300,860 


2,400,000 


1,766,590 

33 1,971 


3« 25,000 
351,367,500 


705,503 


34,296 


6,300,860 


65 




- 


906 


11,146 


10,000 


503 


643 




~ 


11,146 


■9,756 


" 67,012 


- 


13,246 


233,363 


25,000 


208,363 


- 


- 


- 


233,363 


338 


26,304 


1.55 


- 


265,397 


132,000 


124,997 


8 1,755 


6,490 


155 


265,397 


- 


- 


- 


481,794 


860,212 


750,000 


110,212 


- 


- 


- 


860,212 


54,080 


26,378 
20 10,435 


652 


- 


1,096,442 


600,000 


282,375 
88 60,000 


39 12,000 


141,415 


652 


1,096,442 


12,259 


« 8,479 


- 


- 


246,508 


175,000 


58,828 


8,478 


4,202 


- 


246,508 


- 


393 


- 


- 


113,744 


36,500 


48,911 
« 1,286 
38 10,000 


- 


17,047 


- 


113,744 


52,134 


77,980 
« 102,590 


1,847 


- 


1,023,886 


335,000 
"174,400 


468,036 


3 2,553 
« 36,000 


6,050 


1,847 


1,023,886 


2,869 


7,865 


- 


- 


364,063 


227,000 


101,081 


8 5,177 


30,805 


" 


364,063 


4,270 


47 45,764 

« 5,952 

"547 


- 


- 


104,960 


45,100 


17,381 


- 


42,479 


~ 


104,960 



26 Mortgage notes. 

27 Dividends payable. 

28 Accrued interest, taxes, etc. 

29 Suspense accounts. 

80 Notes. 

81 Indian Orchard stock. 

82 Prepaid interest. 

83 Employees' instalment on liberty 

bonds. 



^* Reserve for insurance. 
33 Capital stock premium. 
36 Adjourned. 
87 Lines. 
38 Bonds. 
89 Reserve. 

40 Reserve fund. 

41 And electric pole lines, meters, 

motors, transformers, etc. 



42 Accrued accounts. 

43 Capital stock subscription. 

44 Capital stock subscribed including 

premium. 

45 Premium on stock issued. 

46 Statement of July 1, 1918. 

47 Street mains and services. 

48 Meters. 

49 Office furniture. 



146 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





When Certificate was 
filed. 


be 

a 
1 

s 
p 


Capital Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation. 




Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


S 
Pi 


TS O 


'3 


Machinery, in- 
cluding Mains, 
Services and 
Appliances. 


^1 


Worcester Electric Light 
Company, The, Worcester. 

Worcester Gas Light Com- 
pany, Worcester. 

Worcester Suburban Electric 
Company, Boston. 


Oct. 25, 
1918. 

Nov. 18, 
1918. 

Oct. 28, 
1918. 


1 Oct. 9, 
1918. 

I Sept. 11, 
1918. 

iJuly 22, 
1918. 


$1,600,000 
1,400,000 

800,000 


S2,675,375 


$220,630 
84,217 


$529,920 
with land 


$2,663,350 
1,360,546 

839,754 


$211,572 
74,326 

431,878 


Total Certificates filed, . 
Deduct Duplicates, 


114 
10 


118,125,556 
8,571,100 


65,778,076 


8,362,923 
984,256 


7,728,016 
1,569,318 


118,359,227 
11,027,837 


12,915,861 
967,257 


Total Corporations, 


104 


109,554,456 


65,778,076 


7,378,667 


6,158,698 


107,331,390 


11,948,604 



1 Statement of June 30, 1918. 
\;_Leicester plant. 



3 Liberty bonds. 
^ Notes payable. 



5 Premium on stock. 

6 Meters. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCmiENT — No. 10. 



147 



of Gas and Electric Companies — Concluded. 



Assets — Con. 


Liabilities. 


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3 


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2 




M 




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s 


3«if~ 
















I- fl 
































1 


oneys 
etc., unc 
1914, C 

Sect. 6C 


o2 

c3 a 
"3 '^ 


1 


3 


% 






uaranty 
under 
1914, C 
Sect. 63 


i 


M 


S 


-^ 


m 


S 


o 


Q 


« 


m 


a 


^ 


$370,702 


2 $22,630 

3 221,956 


814,675 


- 


$4,255,435 


$1,600,000 


$98,531 
« 704,293 


5$1,090,000 


$747,936 


$14,675 


$4,255,435 


140,784 


6 137,812 
' 10,850 


93,214 




4,492,907 


1,400,000 


78,487 

< 1,880,000 

8 26,103 


9 850,000 


165,103 


93,214 


4,492,907 


9,787 


38,660 


2,529 


" 


1,406,825 


800,000 


511,938 


1" 26,796 
'1 50,000 


15,562 


2,529 


1,406,825 


9,321,144 


20,381,752 


821,964 


3,958,022 


247,626,985 


112,985,676 


68,318,967 


53,246,500 


12,129,971 


945,871 


247,626,985 


790,253 


2,466,927 


84,866 


- 


17,890,714 


8,571,100 


3,838,172 


4,314,880 


1,081,697 


84,865 


17,890,714 


8,530,891 


17,914,825 


737,098 


3,958,022 


229,736,271 


104,414,576 


64,480,795 


48,931,620 


11,048,274 


861,006 


229,736,271 



' Insurance paid in advance. 
2 Interest and taxes accrued but not 
due. 



9 Premium on capital stock, 
i" Reserves. 



" Premium on stock issued. 



148 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of Corporations 









1 


a 
P. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






•es, 
dise, 
and 
Proc- 


11 


TION. 




1 


"3 

o 


T3 
S O 




a 

a 


ufactui 
erchani 
aterial, 

ock in '. 

3. 




jStS 


S 

03 


"rf 


■gco 


1 


ca 


i§:§m s 


1« 




^ 


o 


a 


■< 


Pi 


'S 


s 


o 


A. A. Bellefontaine Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Feb. 9 


Jan. 1, 


$10,000 


_ 


_ 


$8,366 


$13,510 


Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. A. Bmnell Company, Inc., 


Mch. 19, 


Feb. 4 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


$10,000 


$5,000 


7,000 


6,913 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. A. Coburn Company, The, 


Dec. 10, 


Dec. 7 


Dec. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,000 


5,990 


Worcester. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












A. A. Forster Co., Natick, . 


May 16, 
1918. 


Apr. 18 
1918. 


Mch. 15, 
1918. 


50,000 


1,700 


1,500 


3,629 


7,522 


A. A. Ordway Company, 


Feb. 14, 


4 Feb. 8 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


453 


11,110 


7,119 


Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. A. Rowe & Son Company, 


June 5, 


May 13 


Apr. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,052 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. A. Wheeler Company, The, 


Feb. 8, 


Jan. 31 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


7 20,000 


_ 


- 


- 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. & E. Burton Company, 


Aug. 22, 


Aug. 6 


June 29, 


75,000 


12,000 


8 1,037 


58,799 


21,491 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. B. & S. Cement & Rubber 


June 11, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,468 


7,386 


6,154 


Co., Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. B. Fotch, Incorporated, 


Dec. 12, 


July 2 


June 18, 


10,000 


- 


150 


1,167 


951 


Boston (for 1917). 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












A. B. Fotch, Incorporated, 


July 11, 


Julv 1 


June 18, 


10,000 


- 


516 


604 


1,513 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. B. Hoffmann and Son, In- 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 1 


Feb. 28, 


100,000 


35,000 


15,000 


75,576 


131,885 


corporated, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. B. Lewis Company, The, 


July 9, 


May 30 


May 1, 


7,000 


- 


8 300 


6,500 


533 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. B. Reade Co., Boston, 


May 4, 
1918. 


Mch. 5 
1918. 


Mch. 1, 
1918. 


5,000 


~ 


~ 


683 


11,654 


A. B. Sutherland Company, 


Apr. 18, 


Mch. 30 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


13 7,000 


- 


143,629 


45,066 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. Burlingame Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Feb. 8 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


5,000 


26,655 


42,235 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












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


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 27 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


600 


3,848 


8,137 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. C. Chandler & Son, Inc., 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 1 


Sept. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


9,066 


3,314 


Plymouth. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












A. C. Grady Loan Company, 


Oct. 1, 


July 1 


July 1, 


40,000 


- 


- 


500 


1,585 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. C. Hosmer Co., Leomin- 


Apr. 23, 


Jan. 8 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


3,400 


352 


ster. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. C. Leard Company, 


Apr. 6, 


Feb. 4 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


625 


1,129 


3,453 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. C. Lewis Leather Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 15 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


1 


107,937 


73,921 


pany, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. C. Titus & Company, Inc., 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 18 


Feb. 5, 


30,000 


21 3,500 


- 


30,164 


14,941 


Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. Ceppi Company, Boston. 


Feb. 9, 
1918. 


Jan. 16 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


~ 


1,400 


10,219 


15,363 


A. D. Gurney Company, Bos- 


May 2, 


Mch. 29 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,990 


17,782 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. D. Makepeace Company, 


June 19, 


May 14 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


75,187 


6,787 


29,346 


34,806 


Wareham. 

I 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Subscription received on stock. 

s Good wiU. 

s Auto truck. 

* In lieu of annual. 

8 Equipment. 



6 Office furniture. 
' Equity. 

8 And fixtures. 

9 Unexpired insurance. 



10 Or depreciation account. 

11 Furniture and fixtm-es. 

12 Investments-Tanners Products 

(26 shares). 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



149 



required by Chapter 437, Section 45, Acts of 1903. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


Ill 


i 

g 
1 


-a 


3 
^ 




k 

< 


1. 


-A 

o « 


3 

1 


1 
1 

PL, 


3 
^ 


2 sio.ooo 


- 


$2,636 


$21,876 
41,549 


$300 
1 9,700 
40,000 


$5,663 
1,549 


- 


- 


$1,241 


$4,972 


$21,876 
41,549 


- 


- 


670 


10,660 


5,000 


5,660 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,660 


~- 


3 $800 


- 


15,151 


8,200 


2,429 


- 


$3,000 


1,522 


- 


15,151 


- 


- 


11,614 


30,296 


30,000 


296 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,296 


2 10,000 


5 8,250 

8 100 


728 


26,130 
20,000 


25,000 
20,000 


1,130 


- 


_ 


_ 


~ 


26,130 
20,000 


- 


9 424 


- 


93,751 


75,000 


7,730 


- 


- 


10 3,457 


7,564 


93,751 


- 


11 1,787 


540 


17,335 


10,000 


2,335 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


17,335 


2 1,000 


- 


683 


3,951 


3,000 


951 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,951^ 


2 1,000 


- 


523 


4,156 


3,000 


1,156 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,156 


- 


12 3,148 


- 


260,609 


100,000 


1,314 


- 


- 


159,295 


- 


260,609 


- 


.- 


767 


8,100 


7,000 


1,100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,100 


- 


- 


- 


12,337 


5,000 


1,579 


- 


- 


- 


5,758 


12,337 




" 1,000 

15 1,000 

16 1,266 




198,961 
73,890 


50,000 
20,000 


21,903 
32,799 


$72,000 


19,000 


" 16,538 
2,091 


38,520 


198,961 
73,890 


IS 500 


- 


1,395 


14,480 


11,200 


3,280 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,480 


- 


- 


6,062 


18,442 


10,000 


3,442 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


18,442 


- 


- 


18,000 


20,085 


20,010 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,085 


- 


19 325 


3,347 


7,424 


6,000 


1,324 


- 


100 


- 


- 


7,424 


- 


6 25 


- 


5,232 


1,000 


117 


- 


60 


3,649 


406 


5,232 


- 


- 


- 


181,859 


75,000 


42,005 


- 


47,100 


20 17,754 


- 


181,859 


- 


- 


- 


48,605 


30,000 


12,729 


- 


- 


- 


5,876 


48,605 


2 1,846 


- 


- 


28,828 


25,000 


3,828 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28,828 


- 


- 


- 


22,772 


5,000 


5,657 


- 


- 


12,115 


- 


22,772 


~ 


22 7,250 


- 


153,376 


24,000 


13,764 


42,400 


28,300 


23 19,395 


25,517 


153,376 



13 Interest in leased building. 
" Wagons and trucks. 
15 Liberty bond. 
" Prepaid expenses. 



1' Reserved for taxes. 
13 Patent rights, 
w Fixtures. 
20 And reserves. 



21 Building, fixtiires and trucks. 

22 Securities. 

23 Reserves. 



150 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





la 
6 


bb 

.a 
1 

"o 


a 

1 


p. 
o 

■a 


ASBETS. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


i 


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


2 . 
-Si 

1« 




^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


tf 


§ 


S 


o 


A. D. Windle Co., Millbury, . 


May 6, 
1918. 


Apr. 15, 
1918. 


Mch. 31 
1918. 


SIO.OOO 


- 


$6,802 


$4,121 


S5,705 


A. Da Prate Company, Bos- 


May 6, 


Mch. 5, 


Mch. 1 


30,000 


- 


- 


17,750 


24,759 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. Dalton Box Co., Haverhill. 


June 11, 
1918. 


Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


2 5,652 


14,078 


18,916 


A. Dalton Company, Haver- 


Oct. 14, 


Apr. 27, 


Mch. 31 


10,000 


- 


3,300 


7,970 


22,690 


hill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. Dodge & Son Corporation, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


$17,000 


3,920 


12,151 


40,870 


Beverly. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. E. Covelle Co., Boston, . 


Apr. 12, 
1918. 


Jan. 8, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


20,000 


- 


8 495 


8,765 


6,472 


A. E. Foss Co., The, Boston, . 


Apr. 24, 
1918. 


10 Apr. 1, 
1918. 


Jan. 7 
1918. 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


2,611 


A. E. Jebb Refinishing Co., 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 1 


10,000 


- 


1,950 


5,501 


4,614 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. E. Jones Company, Bos- 


'Mch. 1, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


- 


247 


2,717 


6,756 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. E. Little Company, Lynn, . 


May 18, 
1918. 


Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


6,500,000 


38,483 


w 556,294 


2,797,106 


1,297,970 


A. E. Long & Son, Inc., Cam- 


Mch. 19, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 15 


11,000 


- 


- 


2,312 


3,564 


bridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. E. Lyon Company, The, 


Sept. 19, 


July 15, 


July 1 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


11,189 


Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. E. Sault Co., The, Orange. 


Apr. 1, 
1918. 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


4,000 


~ 


~ 


11,484 


581 


A. Edgcomb Co., Boston. 


Oct. 11, 
1918. 


July 15, 
1918. 


July 1 
1918. 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,921 


A. F. Clark Limiber Com- 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 1 


40,000 


10,000 


" 5,000 


37,344 


48,240 


pany, Peabody. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. F.Mentzer Company, Bos- 


Jan. 23, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31 


35,000 


- 


- 


3,424 


23,073 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. F. Rich Company, Boston. 


May 3, 
1918. 


Feb. 25, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


31 


A. F. Ward Machinery Co., 


July 11, 


Mch. 27, 


Dec. 31 


15,000 


- 


800 


2,650 


2,763 


The, Waltham. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












A-G Company, The, Spring- 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


214 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. G. Pollard Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 31 


300,000 


- 


- 


680,670 


266,757 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












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


Sept. 26, 


10 Aug. 14, 


June 1 


300,000 


352,907 


30,000 


2,963,076 


872,409 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. H. Crafts Co., Inc., Boston, 


Feb. 27, 
1918. 


Jan. 28, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


~ 


34,911 


50,036 


A. H. Geuting Company, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31 


100,000 


- 


- 


153,847 


73,781 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. H. Hews & Co., Incorpo- 


Apr. 11, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31 


250,000 


125,869 


23,457 


70,679 


57,719 


rated, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. H. Philhps, In?., Spring- 


July 3, 


Mch. 29, 


Dec. 31 


1,000,000 


149,267 


25 40,443 


145,846 


30,586 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. H. Rice Company, Pitts- 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31 


90,000 


22,000 


16,000 


136,973 


124,330 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. H. Richardson Lumber 


Mch. 27, 


Mch. 13, 


Dec. 31 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


145,660 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












A. H. Steele Co., Worcester, . 


Feb. 14, 
1918. 


10 Jan. 23, 
1918. 


Dec. 31 
1917. 


5,000 


- 


17,725 


9,873 


7,665 


A. H. Sweet Company, Mil- 


Apr. 25, 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 31 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,975 


1,146 


ford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. H. Weeks & Company, 


June 20, 


June 11, 


May 31 


10,000 


- 


1,496 


197 


35,853 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Subscription on stock. 

2 And fixtures and tools. 
' Liberty bonds. 

« Furniture, fixtures, wagons, etc. 



5 Sum paid in for increase of capital. 

Certificate awaiting approval. 
8 Chattels. 
' Treasury stock. 
8 And tools. 



3 Fixtures. 

10 Adjourned. 

11 Patent rights. 

12 Good wiU. 

13 And operating fixtures. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



151 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


i4^ 

a> fcH o 
-HO 


i 

a 
1 


-a 

Cl 

us 


3 
^ 


3 

CO 

3 

1 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


1 

-S 

a 

"gi 

P 


J. 

.a 

1 

Mi 

la -3 

O 0) 

5 


1 

CO 


2 

-a 
1 


3 
^ 


- 


- 


- 


$16,628 


$5,000 


$4,814 


- 


$3,500 


$2,634 


$680 


$16,628 


- 


- 


- 


42,509 


400 
1 100 


29,059 


- 


12,950 


- 


- 


42,509 


- 


8 $2,000 


- 


40,546 


25,000 


14,265 


- 


- 


1,281 


- 


40,546 


- 


1250 

G 9,442 

7 4,680 

9 591 


$4,219 


34,210 
88,063 
20,542 


10,000 
5 5,000 
42,500 

18,750 


7,842 
6,122 
1,792 


- 


6,690 
14,170 


4,678 
25,271 


- 


34,210 
88,063 
20,542 


11 $6,920 
12 1,000 
12 1,677 


7 4,000 


~ 


11,531 
17,742 


10,000 
10,000 


1,170 
1,300 


~ 


1,400 


- 


361 
5,042 


11,531 
17,742 


12 4,000 


- 


- 


13,720 


10,000 


838 


- 


- 


2,500 


382 


13,720 


" 2,260,765 
12 11,000 


15 429,487 
16 44,562 


53,014 


7,477,681 
16,876 


4,800,100 
11,000 


327,581 
1,582 


- 


2,350,000 


_ 


4,294 


7,477,681 
16,876 


- 


1-400 


- 


11,589 


3,000 


- 


- 


7,712 


877 


- 


11,589 


- 


9 585 


- 


12,650 


4,000 


6,286 


- 


2,350 


- 


14 


12,650 


12 10,000 


18 15,005 


- 


34,926 


25,000 


4,585 


- 


- 


5,341 


- 


34,926 


- 


- 


- 


100,584 


40,000 


24,644 


- 


12,616 


23,324 


- 


100,584 




20 746 

3 840 

3 2,100 

21 3,500 


- 


30,183 
3,531 


20,000 
3,000 


5,632 








4,551 
531 


30,183 
3,531 


- 


- 


20,976 


27,189 


15,000 


7,127 


- 


5,062 


- 


- 


27,189 


- 


- 


1,996 


2,210 


1,000 


797 


- 


405 


- 


8 


2,210 


- 


- 


- 


947,427 


300,000 


437,427 


- 


210,000 


- 


- 


947,427 


- 


- 


- 


4,218,392 


300,000 


389,242 


$48,000 


1,632,850 


1,848,300 


- 


4,218,392 


- 


15 350 


- 


85,297 


20,000 


39,595 


- 


18,000 


7,702 


- 


85,297 


- 


9 7,097 


- 


234,725 


30,600 


125.003 


- 


- 


79,122 


- 


234,725 


12 377,429 


22 2,939 
23 40,000 


_ 


320,663 
743,571 


250,000 
651,000 


6,322 
63,613 


_ 


28,000 


35,691 
2'' 650 

28,858 


- 


320,663 
743,571 


- 


- 


- 


299,303 


90,000 


18,448 


- 


54,600 


60,000 


76,255 


299,303. 


- 


7 10,000 


- 


155,660 


75,000 


24,648 


- 


34,500 


21,512 


- 


155,66ft 


- 


- 


- 


35,263 


4,500 


4,171 


- 


7,148 


19,444 


- 


35,263 


- 


9 350 


- 


7,471 


5,000 


939 


- 


- 


- 


1,532 


7,471 


- 


3 5,050 


- 


42,596 


10,000 


3,355 


- 


11,346 


17,895 


- 


42,596 



1* Trade-marks and good will. 

15 Investments. 

18 Prepaid charges. 

1'' Office furniture. 

18 Horses, wagons and equipment. 



19 And teams. 
2" Insurance. 

21 Securities. 

22 Prepayments. 



23 A. H. Hews & Co. Inc. preferred 

stock. 
^* Reserve for claims on accounts 

receivable. 
25 And fixtures. 



152 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918: 











Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




% 
S 




a 

a 


C3 

P. 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






:es, 
iise, 
, and 
Proc- 


11 


TION. 


o 


•1 






S 


a 

1 


!anufactui 
Merchani 
Material, 
Stock in '. 
ess. 




^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


tf 


s 


S 


o 


A. H. Whidden & Son, Incor- 


Mch. 11, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 31, 


$15,000 


S23,226 


_ 


$42,063 


$27,337 


porated, Peabody. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












A. Hanliey & Company, In- 


June 3, 


Mch. 


5, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


46,678 


$47,417 


10,445 


81,541 


corporated, Leicester. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. Hathaway Company, Bos- 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 


26, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


400 


500 


30,100 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. Himmel Company, Lynn, . 


July 8, 
1918. 


Mch. 
1918 


22, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


4,000 


~ 


1,500 


5,287 


518 


A. Hun Berry Fan Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Jan. 


16, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


4,869 


5,559 


1,232 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. I. Asher & Son Company, 


May 27, 


Apr. 


1, 


Apr. 1, 


6,000 


- 


3,000 


17,300 


16,000 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. J. Anderson, Incorporated, 


Aug. 16, 


July 


8, 


July 1, 


30,000 


- 


3 12,334 


66,132 


36,059 


Amesbury. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. J. Barker Company, Taun- 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 


20, 


Mch. 9, 


15,000 


- 


- 


14,201 


2,635 


ton 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. J. Bates Company, Web- 


Jan. 25, 


4 Jan. 


24, 


Nov. 19, 


500,000 


83,677 


with R. E. 


577,596 


635,471 


ster. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Beaumier Company, 


May 3, 


Jan. 


12, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


370 


10,205 


10,099 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Cunningham Co., Bos- 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 


21, 


Dec. 31, 


55,000 


- 


- 


23,430 


93,974 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Evenson Company, Bos- 


Feb. 26. 


Jan. 


7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


450 


295 


112 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Gallagher Company, 


July 18, 


Nov. 


27, 


Nov. 9, 


1,000 


- 


- 


100 


100 


The, Beverly. 


1918. 


1917 




1917. 












A. J. Harris Co., Lowell, 


May 18, 
1918. 


Mch. 
1918 


19, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


" 


12 9,424 


17,200 


14,875 


A. J. Kienle Coal Company, 


July 31, 


June 


3, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


900 


1,450 


2,703 


24,767 


Easthampton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. J. Lane Company, Spring- 


June 7, 


Apr. 


1, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


4,351 


19,411 


field. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. J. Purcell Company, Bos- 


Apr. 1. 


Feb. 


27, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


21,366 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Smart Manufacturing 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 


5, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Greenfield. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. J. Tower Company, Bos- 


May 24, 


Mch. 


21, 


Jan. 1, 


500,000 


102,804 


- 


785,425 


287,070 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A, J. Tower Sales Company, 


May 9, 


Apr. 


6, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


45,823 


13,237 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. Jacobs & Sons Company, 


Jan. 8, 


4 Dec. 


17. 


Dec. 17, 


25,000 


- 


5,020 


24,483 


31,280 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1917 




1917. 












A. L. Brooks Company, 


Oct. 21, 


4 Oct. 


21, 


Oct. 1, 


60,000 


54,000 


4,236 


6,974 


15,323 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












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


June 10, 
1918. 


Feb. 
1918 


18, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


~ 


~ 


11,456 


8,014 


A. L. Eastman Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 


25, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,914 


7,216 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. L. Foster Company Incor- 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 


19, 


Jan. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


94,695 


4,805 


porated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. L. Lindroth Company, 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 


28, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,378 


4,000 


48,544 


North Attleborough. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












A. L. Parks Tea Company, 


Oct. 11, 


Apr. 


13, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,112 


4,509 


29,191 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












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


May 28, 


Apr. 


17, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


- 


6,000 


648 


5,199 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












A. Lee Company, Lawrence, 


June 26, 
1918. 


May 
1918 


14, 


Apr. 30, 
1918. 


40,000 


18,500 


5,600 


27,918 


42,941 


A. M. Chapel Machine Com- 


Apr. 3, 


Mch. 


21, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,950 


3,819 


21,622 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Liberty Bond. 

2 Investments. 
5 And fixtures. 
* Adjourned. 



5 Investments and stock in other 

companies. 
8 Prepaid expense. 

7 Prepaid selling expense. , 

8 Horses and wagons. 



3 Stores and fixtures. 
1° Good will, 
ii Tools and staging. 
12 And trucks, etc. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



153 



of Corporaiions — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












1 


J. 


J. 








■2 J' 


3 
S 
g 






/■a 
S 


^ 


J3 


60 g 




1 




ill 


1 


C3 

O 
(5 


1 


O 


< 


fit 


"S-3 

O a 


3 
3 


to 


3 
^ 


- 


1 S1,000 


- 


$93,626 


$15,000 


$18,071 


$4,150 


$2,200 


$12,000 


$42,205 


$93,626 


- 


2 26,500 


- 


212,581 


50,000 


42,436 


5,000 


24,500 


90,645 


- 


212,581 


- 


- 


- 


31,000 


25,000 


4,500 


- 


- 


- 


1,500 


31,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,305 


4,000 


3,237 


- 


- 


68 


- 


7,305 


- 


- 


- 


11,660 


10,000 


153 


- 


- 


142 


1,365 


11,660 


- 


- 


- 


36,300 


6,000 


7,000 


- 


9,200 


- 


14,100 


36,300 


- 


- 


- 


114,525 


30,000 


51,073 


- 


14,500 


18,952 


- 


114,525 


- 


- 


$872 


17,708 


15,000 


708 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


17,708 


- 


6 28,900 

6 18,620 

7 42,088 


- 


1,386,352 


500,000 


179,841 


- 


670,113 


36,398 


- 


1,386,352 






















- 


- 


- 


20,674 


10,020 


2,102 


- 


- 


8,552 


- 


20,674 


- 


8 1,202 

9 9,000 


- 


127,606 


55,000 


55,565 


- 


- 


17,041 


- 


127,606 


io^$4,143 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


10 850 


"50 


- 


1,100 


1,000 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,100 


- 


- 


- 


41,499 


10,000 


17,672 


- 


5.800 


- 


8,027 


41,499 


- 


- 


- 


29,820 


15,000 


4,395 


3,500 


- 


6,925 


- 


29,820 


- 


13 3,684 


- 


27,446 


15,000 


5,905 


- 


- 


- 


6,541 


27,446 


" 2,900 


"100 


919 


25,285 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


285 


- 


25,285 


- 


15 1,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


16 877,286 


- 


2,052,585 


500,000 


35,532 


- 


100,000 


219,713 
" 1,197,340 


- 


2,052,585 


- 


- 


940 


60,000 


20,000 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


60,783 


25,000 


5,319 


- 


23,520 


- 


6,944 


60,783 


- 


- 


- 


80,533 


60,000 


3,327 


8,500 


4,000 


- 


4,706 


80,533 


1° 8,500 


18 900 


- 


28,870 


10,000 


6,147 


2,500 


- 


- 


10,223 


28,870 


- 


- 


1,161 


12,291 


10,000 


791 


- 


1,500 


- 


- 


12,291 


- 


- 


- 


99,500 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


25,000 
19 16,500 
2» 8,000 


- 


99,500 


- 


- 


3,404 


58,326 


10,000 


23,326 


- 


25,000 


- 


- 


58,326 


- 


- 


- 


34,812 


20,000 


6,967 


- 


4,000 


- 


3,845 


34,812 


10 10,000 


21 1,000 

22 6,000 


- 


28,847 


18,100 


3,287 


- 


1,430 


6,030 


- 


28,847 


- 


- 


94,959 


40,000 


31,730 


- 


- 


- 


23,229 


94,959 


~ 


23 2,000 


~ 


30,391 


10,000 


15,194 


- 


, 


5,197 


- 


- 30,391 



13 Furniture, fixtures, trucks, 

wagons, horses, etc. 
1^ Furniture and fixtures account. 
15 Investment. 
18 Miscellaneous investments. 



1' Reserves. 

18 Fixtures. 

19 Reserve for Federal taxes. 
2" Undivided profit. 



21 Horse, harness and vehicles. 

22 Sixty shares capital stock of this 

company in treasury. 

23 Liberty Bonds. 



154 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates or Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



A. M. Eaton Paper Co., Bos- 
ton. 

A. M. Hatch Lumber Com- 
pany, Inc., Somerville. 

A. M. Hawkes Company, 
The, Salem. 

A. M. Hume Music Co., Bos- 
ton. 

A. M. Hunt Company, Bos- 
ton. 

A. M. MoPhail Piano Com- 

■ pany, Boston. 

A. M. Stone Company, The, 
Boston. 

A. Marnocls & Co., Inc., 
Quincy. . 

A. McArthur Co., Boston, . 

A. Morton Company, Boston, 



A. N. Briggs Company, Bos- 
ton. 

A. P. Bencks Company, Bos- 
ton. 

A. P. Gorman Company, Fall 

River. 
A. P. Soucy Mfg. Co., The, 

Boston. 
A. R. Andrews Company, 

Boston. 
A. R. Warfield Co., Whitman, 

A. S. Bartlett Co., Boston, . 

A. S. Brock Rubber Company, 

Boston. 
A. S. Campbell Company, 

Boston. 
A. S. Ingraham Company, 

The, Attleboro. 
A S. Knox Company, Boston, 

A. S. Lowden & Son, Incorpo- 
rated, Concord. 
A. S. Morss Co., Boston, 

A. S. Nichols Company, Bos- 
ton. 

A. S. Tucker Company, The, 
Boston. 

A. Sampatakos Company, 
Lowell. 

A. Sandler Sons, Inc., Brock- 
ton. 

A. Storrs and Bement Com- 
pany, Boston. 



Mch. 8, 
1918. 

Apr. 30, 
1918. 

May 6, 
1918. 

July 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Mch. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
May 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
May 10, 

1918. 

Jan. 31, 
1918. 

May 2, 
1918. 

Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
Apr. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
June 24, 

1918. 
June 3, 

1918. 
May 15, 

1918. 
Mch. 6, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
June 27, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
June 10, 

1918. 
Nov. 6, 

1918. 



Jan. 23, 



1918 


uO, 


sMch. 


1, 


1918 




Mch. 


7, 


1918 




Jan. 


18, 


1918 




Jan. 


9, 


1918 




Feb. 


26, 


1918 




3 Mch. 


fi, 


1918 




Jan. 


14, 


1918 




Feb. 


6, 


1918 




Mch. 


15, 


1918 




Jan. 


19, 


1918 




3 Apr. 


12, 


1918 




Feb. 


4, 


1918 




Jan. 


15, 


1918 




Feb. 


22, 


1918 




Feb. 


26, 


1918 




Jan. 


11, 


1918 




Mch. 


27, 


1918 




May 


16, 


1918 




Mav 


6, 


1918 




3 Feb. 


4, 


1918 




3 Jan. 


15, 


1918 




Mch. 


1, 


1918 




Feb. 


7, 


1918 




Jan. 


1 


1918 




Jan. 


7, 


1918 




May 


9 


1918 




Aug. 


5 


1918 





Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 

Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 22, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Mav 1, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
June 29, 

1918. 



$100,000 

25,000 

1,000 

200,000 
15,000 
100,000 
2,500 
6,500 
65,000 
10,000 

10,000 
20,000 

2,000 

15,000 

5,000 

6,000 

10,000 

25,000 

100,000 

20,000 

25,000 

10,000 

50,000 

400,000 

2,000 

5,000 

15,000 

100,000 



i Contingency reserve. 

2 Sinking fund. 

3 Adjourned. 

* Furniture and fixtures. 

s Tools. 

^ Auto truck. 

' Uncompleted contracts. 



8 Invested in the business. 

9 Equities. 
1° Contracts. 

11 Good will. 

12 And fixtures. 

13 Automobiles. 

1^ Prepaid expense. 



$2,320 



£-3 -CM 

§"S o3-M 



- 


$116,272 


$500 


- 


- 


4,968 


- 


18,534 


- 


91,483 


12 1,785 


2,643 


800 


6,075 


- 


92,618 


_ 


9,932 


- 


12,000 


300 


1,500 


1,225 


5,869 


- 


6,963 


- 


10,533 


- 


8,547 


- 


14,664 


12,413 


30,568 


2,682 


5,770 


- 


6,272 


375 


391 


- 


34,930 


- 


1,150 


125 


2,800 


- 


16,277 


" 


249,640 



13 Reserve for depreciation on 



15 Horses and wagons. 
1' Interest on notes. 

18 Unpaid salary. 

19 Bonds. 

20 Equipment. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



155 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


— Con. 




Liabilities. 




1 


1 

-T3 




1 

GO 




1 


1 




>3 

-a 




P-I 


1 


03 


t 
& 


% 


< 


1^ 


5 


"3. 
1 


(3 
to 


J 
§> 


- 


- 


- 


$141,079 


$91,500 


$13,373 


- 


- 


1 $25,000 
2 11,206 


- 


$141,079 


- 


- 


- 


1,200 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,200 


- 


4 $280 
6 265 
6.340 


- 


21,828 


1,000 


5,205 


- 


$600 
' 1,154 


8 13,869 


- 


21,828 


- 


9 9,811 
i» 140,000 


$602 


186,025 


173,000 


5,811 


- 


7,214 


- 


- 


186,025 


11 $14,545 


- 


- 


17,505 


15,000 


505 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


17,505 


- 


- 


- 


216,129 


100,000 


13,756 


- 


40,291 


- 


$62,082 


216,129 


"394 


- 


607 


5,536 


2,500 


1,836 


- 


1,200 


- 


- 


5,536 


- 


100 


- 


14,722 


6,500 


4,845 


- 


1,S20 


1,516 


41 


14,722 


- 


13 3,450 
"600 


- 


315,288 


65,000 


187,645 


- 


22,389 


16 35,704 


4,550 


315,288 


» 2,000 


16 8,000 




14,456 


10,000 


861 
1M80 
18 500 


" 


2,000 


" 


615 


14,456 


"500 


19 5,000 

20 1,000 


- 


44,116 


10,000 


13,399 


$2,000 


10,000 


3,085 


5,632 


44,116 




21 10,000 

20 1,350 

22 250 


5,138 


33,437 


20,000 


2,437 




11,000 






33,437 


- 


- 


- 


3,514 


2,000 


500 


- 


- 


- 


1,014 


3,514 


23 6,000 


- 


4,772 


23,914 


15,000 


8,914 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23,914 


- 


24 594 


- 


13,639 


5,000 


2,119 

25 17 

1,300 


- 


3,933 


2,570 


- 


13,639 


- 


26 300 


- 


11,146 


6,000 


2,000 


300 


1,246 


300 


11,146 


" 4,100 


26 400 


- 


15,910 


10,000 


571 


- 


- 


- 


5,339 


15,910 


" 1,527 


- 


- 


90,901 


17,400 


56,585 


3,000 


- 


- 


13,916 


90,901 


" 52,712 


27 1,093 
28 2,983 


- 


115,011 


80,600 


10,930 

29 712 


- 


11,000 


- 


11,769 


115,011 


- 


- 


- 


45,077 


20,000 


3,606 


- 


- 


- 


21,471 


45,077 


- 


26 350 


10,953 


25,320 


5,000 


10,320 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


25,320 


so 8,000 


_ 


1,455 


12,288 


10,000 


2,288 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12,288 


"200 






















- 


- 


25,240 


67,182 


47,700 


5,985 


- 


9,000 


4,497 


- 


67,182 


3' 291,180 


- 


54,240 


502,458 


400,000 


8,256 


_ 


94,202 


_ 


- 


502,458 


" 100,000 






















- 


31150 


3,656 


8,691 


2,000 


6,691 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,691 


- 


- 


2,675 


6,700 


5,000 


1,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,700 


- 


4 2,472 

32 25 


. 11,416 


37,952 


10,000 


25,052 

33 200 


- 


34 2,700 


- 


- 


37,952 




4 6,356 

35 3,025 

36 3,528 




522,639 


100,000 


156,363 






27,468 
3' 207,808 
38 31,000 




522,639 



21 Liquor license. 

22 Truck. 

23 Good will, etc. 

24 Equipment and tools. 
26 Customer's "overs." 
26 Fixtures. 



2' Prepaid items. 

28 Fixtures and equipment. 

29 Accrued charges. 

30 Patent rights. 

31 Tools, etc. 

32 Insurance prepaid. 



33 Accrued expenses. 

34 Notes and loans payable. 
36 Liberty Bonds. 

36 Motor truck equipment. 
3' Additional working capital. 
38 Reserve for taxes. 



156 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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1 


03 
+=> 

O 

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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


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actures, 
chandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


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Mer 
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Q 


Q 


< 


(§ 


s 


S 


o 


A. T. Bridges Co., Incorpo- 


Feb. 


7, Jan. 9 


Dec. 31, 


$5,000 


_ 


$1,242 


$9,016 


$12,818 


rated, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. T. Gallup Company, Hol- 


May 


8, Apr. 22 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


31,639 


2,964 


yoke. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












A. T. Gallup, Incorporated, 


May 


8, Apr. 22 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


$7,603 


3,553 


63,522 


719 


Holyoke. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












A. T. Hart Co., Boston, 


June : 
1918 


2, Jan. 1.5 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


5,000 


~ 


~ 


18,870 


3,374 


A. T. Howard Company, Bos- 


Mch. 1 


8, Mch. 4 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


32,126 


38,127 


30,060 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. T. Purdy Company, 


Mch. 


8, Feb. 11 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


60 


300 


1,042 


Newton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. T. Stearns Lumber Com- 


Apr. 2 


4, Jan. 15 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


127,700 


15,000 


233,978 


192,555 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. Ullian Company, Boston, 


June 
1918 


8, Jan. 5 
1918. 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


10,000 


- 


350 


18,498 


12,151 


A. W. Barnes Steam Specialty 


Apr. 2 


6, Feb. 20 


Jan. 31, 


6,000 


- 


10,000 


5,057 


14,954 


Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












A. W. BrowneU Corporation, 


Apr. 1 


0, Mch. 27 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


1,572 


75 


' 2,367 


Everett. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 










_ 


A. W. Cheney Transfer Com- 


Feb. 


8, Jan. 26 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


3,300 


2,383 


pany, Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Chesterton Company, 


Mch. 2 


0, Jan. 8 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


4,750 


- 


83,408 


89,681 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Cox & Co., Inc., Boston, 


Apr. 
1918 


5, Jan. 15 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


~ 


4,361 


3,452 


10,590 


A. W. Dodd & Company, In- 


Feb. 1 


3, "Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


- 


30 


corporated, Gloucester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Farrington Company, 


Apr. 2 


4, "Apr. 2 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Hayford Company, 


Jan. 2 


6, Jan. 23 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


22,554 


61,956 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Jones Co., Boston, 


Feb. 
1918 


1, Jan. 10 
1918. 


Nov. 19, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


500 


5,552 


17,930 


A. W. Lang Company, Law- 


Feb. 1 


1, Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,309 


rence. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W, Moriarty Co., Boston, . 


Jan. 2 
1918 


5, Jan. 2 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


~ 


58,818 


26,219 


A. W. Smith Shoe Company, 


Mch. 


7, 21 Feb. 6 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


211,400 


96,766 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. W. Stephens Manufactur- 


Apr. 1 


6, Mch. 6 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


3,500 


1,500 


2,500 


3,200 


ing Co., Waltham. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. Willard & Son, Inc., Wren- 


June 2 


8, Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


1,181 


985 


3,436 


tham. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












A. Ziegler & Sons Company, 


Apr. ] 


7, Mch. 7 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


- 


22 60,077 


169,724 


93,456 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Abbot Worsted Company, 


Feb. 


8, Jan. 28 


Dec. 31, 


600,000 


150,000 


184,000 


964,669 


518,451 


Westford. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Abbott Realty Company, 


Apr. 2 


3, Jan. 9 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


11,562 


- 


- 


4,032 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Aberdeen Thread Company, 


Apr. 2 


3, 29 Jan. 8 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Winthrop. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Aberthaw Construction Com- 


Feb. 2 


!3, Jan. 9 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


2,798 


60,200 


35,597 


951,499 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Abington-Whitman Ice Com- 


Mch. 2 


!2, 30 Jan. 15 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


14,500 


1,400 


- 


1,204 


pany, Abington. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 













1 And contingent. 

2 Good will. 
5 Suspense. 

* Liberty Bonds. 

5 Reserve for taxes. 

s Reserve for bad debts. 



^ Reserve for war taxes. 

8 Loans. 

9 Tools. 

10 Furniture and fixtures. 

11 Mortgage. 

12 Securities. 



13 Prepaid insurance. 
" U. S. bonds. 

15 Corporation has done no business. 

16 Treasury stock. 
1' In lieu of annual. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



157 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 












>, 


-i 


J. 










i 

i 


i 




1 


1 
-S 


1 _ 


J3 




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a 




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1 


2 


1 


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2 




Ph 


s 


P4 


H 


O 


< 


p^ 


S 


!B 


Pi 


H 


- 


- 


- 


$23,076 


$5,000 


$5,169 


- 


$7,000 


1 $5,000 


$907 


$23,076 


- 


- 


- 


34,603 


20,000 


11,103 


- 


3,500 


- 


- 


34,603 


- 


- 


- 


75,397 


30,000 


27,992 


- 


10,000 


- 


7,405 


75,397 


- 


- 


- 


22,244 


5,000 


7,910 


- 


2,400 


6,934 


- 


22,244 


2 85,000 


3 $4,097 
4 9,418 


- 


118,828 


30,000 


8,546 


- 


6,540 


69,742 
6 4,000 


- 


118,828 


"2 1,000 


- 


$12,875 


15,277 


15,000 


277 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,277 


- 


10,700 
4 2,021 


- 


581,954 


150,000 


22,885 


- 


25,000 


352,069 
20,000 
' 12,000 


- 


581,954 


- 


~ 


- 


30,999 


10,000 


5,700 


~ 


6,000 
8 3,200 


6,099 


" 


- 30,999 


- 


9 1,409 
10 153 


- 


31,573 


3,000 


8,807 


~ 


833 


~ 


18,933 


31,573 


2 2,500 


- 


- 


6,514 


3,000 


768 


$1,500 


- 


- 


1,246 


6,514 


- 


- 


5,548 


11,231 


6,000 


3,231 


11 2,000 


- 


- 


- 


11,231 


2 5,000 


12 23,310 


- 


206,149 


45,000 


22,523 


- 


- 


- 


138,626 


206,149 


- 


13 211 

" 1,190 


- 


19,804 


7,500 


6,907 


- 


- 


5,397 


- 


19,804 


- 


16 9,970 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


18 95,700 


- 


20,820 


116,520 


100,000 


16,520 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116,520 


- 


10 391 


- 


84,901 


75,000 


8,427 


- 


- 


1,474 


- 


84,901 


- 


- 


- 


23,982 


10,000 


6,425 


- 


- 


7,557 


- 


23,982 


2 9,000 


19 1,000 


- 


13,309 


10,000 


2,574 


- 


- 


- 


735 


13,309 


so 4,000 


- 


- 


89,037 


50,000 


12,840 


13,050 


- 


4,000 


9,147 


89,037 


- 


- 


- 


308,166 


10,000 


165,514 


- 


- 


- 


132,652 


308,166 


18 100 


_ 


10.000 


25,700 


15,000 


2,000 


8,700 


_ 


_ 


- 


25,700 


20 100 






















2 4,800 






















2 1,500 


- 


2,167 


9,269 


6,000 


3,269 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,269 


67,000 


23 2,152 


- 


392,409 


153,900 


79,421 
2J 3,277 


- 


117,048 


31,680 

25 3,061 

26 4,022 


- 


392,409 


- 


- 


- 


1,817,120 


600,000 


587,247 


- 


- 


2' 175,000 


454,873 


1,817,120 


- 


28 12,555 


- 


28,149 


12,000 


- 


- 


14,500 


- 


1,649 


28,149 


- 


- 


150 


150 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150 


- 


_ 


- 


1,050,094 


300,000 


267,993 


- 


- 


105,872 


376,229 


1,050,094 


- 


31875 
82 10,924 


9,077 


37,980 


15,000 


22,980 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


37,980 



18 Patent rights. 

19 Tools and equipment. 

20 Trade-marks. 

21 Adjourned. 

22 And miscellaneous fixtures. 



23 Prepaid expense. 

24 Accrued labor and interest. 

25 Reserves. 

26 Reserves, federal income tax. 
2' Reserve for depreciation. 



28 Mortgages. 

29 Corporation not doing business. 

30 Should have been held. 

31 Ice. 

32 Personal estate. 



158 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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a 

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■i° 

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Absets. 


NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 


S 


a 
1 


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


1- 
1« 


Acadia Mills, Boston, . 


Apr. 15, 
1918. 


Jan. 29, 
1918. 


Deo. 31, 
1917. 


82,000,000 


$900,000 


$1,100,000 


$2,093,587 


$511,323 


Ackermann Drug Company, 


Apr. 23, 


Jan. 16, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


- 


22,805 


4,698 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acme Amusement Co., Bos- 


June 26, 


June 24, 


May 30, 


10,000 


- 


315 


- 


197 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acme Automatic Scale Com- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 




pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acme Belting Company, Bos- 


June 3, 


9 _ 


Sept. 1, 


30,000 


- 


500 


20 


- 


ton. 


1918. 




1917. 












Acme Grocery Company, 


Feb. 1, 


11 Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


2,800 


- 


- 


800 


870 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acme Heel Company, Brock- 


June 21, 


June 18, 


May 31, 


40,000 


- 


4,161 


70,414 


72,505 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acme Laundry Company, 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


3,000 


5,800 


455 


717 


Inc., Chatham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acme Manufacturing Com- 


July 12, 


Jan. 8, 


Jan. 8, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acme Stain and Blacking Co., 


Sept. 11, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


375 


700 


926 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acme Time Clock Company, 


May 29, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 1, 


200,000 


- 


2,000 


300 


1,445 


Somerville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acton Associates, Incorpo- 


June 11, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


19,450 


- 


- 


3,701 


rated, Acton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acton Farms Milk Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


12,797 


32,690 


1,251 


11,806 


Somerville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Acushnet Co-operative Asso- 


June 24, 


June 20, 


May 4, 


7,500 


3,000 


- 


2,527 


4,858 


ciation, New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Acushnet Saw Mills Company, 


Dec. 6, 


Nov. 21, 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


59,668 


21,882 


143,421 


68,237 


Acushnet. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Acushnet Saw Mills Company, 


Nov. 26, 


Nov. 20, 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


64,144 


27,143 


212,724 


109,426 


Acushnet (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adam Geibel Music Com- 


Aug. 2, 


July 18, 


June 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,327 


6,979 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams and Crockett, Incor- 


Dec. 13, 


Nov. 15, 


Sept. 1, 


50,000 


38,200 


1,500 


10,003 


23,585 


porated, Springfield. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Adams & Powers Co., 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


31,000 


37,000 


- 


22,989 


8,451 


Worcester. 


1918. 


'1918. 


1917. 












Adams & Ruxton Construc- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 24, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


10,630 


8,193 


4,039 


27,719 


tion Company, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams and Swett Cleansing 


Apr. 3, 


25 Feb. 28, 


Jan. 2, 


15,000 


4,000 


4,000 


1,250 


4,155 • 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams Brothers Manufactur- 


Mch. 13, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


27 17,663 


27 14,393 


113,004 


77,791 


ing Company, Adams. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Adams Chapman Company, 


May 16, 


Apr. 22, 


Apr. 20, 


50,000 


- 


- 


5,211 


100,852 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams Co., Reading, . 


May 15, 
1918. 


30 Jan. 28, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


~ 


105,758 


15,963 


Adams Co-operative Associa- 


Aug. 9, 


July 1, 


July 1, 


2,500 


1,500 


150 


1,660 


3,843 


tion, Adams. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams, Cushing & Foster, 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


142,749 


47,333 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Adams Drug Store, Incorpo- 


Apr. 11, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


12,998 


557 


rated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Adams of Boston, Inc., Bos- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


8,423 


7,888 


7,437 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Deferred charges. 

2 Liberty Bonds. 

5 Reserve for depreciation. 
* Reserve for taxes. 
5 Good will. 

' Furniture and fixtures. 
' Securities. 



8 Subscription to hberty bonds. 
3 None held since organization. 
1° Patent rights. 

11 Adjourned. 

12 Prepaid expenses. 

13 Office fixtures. 



1* Reserve for federal and local 

taxes. 
15 Subscription received on stock. 
15 Formulae. 

17 Suspense. 

18 Reserved for taxes. 

19 Plates and copyrights. 



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159 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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1 


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3 




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1 


"2 

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a 






1 




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1 


t3 

a 




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m 








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S 




gJ2§ 


3 
1 
1 


C3 


3 
^ 


3 






"S-a 

o <u 


1 


C3 

1 


1 


- 


1 $43,676 
2 54,000 


- 


14,702,586 


$2,000,000 


$227,304 


- 


$1,430,000 


$994,862 
3 35,445 
* 14,975 


- 


$4,702,586 


61 


6 3,788 

7 2,052 


- 


33,344 


15,000 


3,522 


8 $1,800 


10,000 


3,022 


- 


33,344 


5 S5,000 


$10,484 


15,996 


5,030 


- 


- 


10,966 


- 


- 


15,996 


- 


- 


12,167 


12,167 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,167 


- 


- 


12,167 


10 1 
51 

6 1,000 


- 


25,028 


25,550 


25,550 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,550 


- 


1,135 


3,805 


2,800 


1,005 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,805 


- 


12 903 

13 569 


- 


148,552 


40,000 


26,292 


34,000 


11,084 


33,173 
" 4,003 


- 


148,552 


- 


- 


1,554 


11,526 


8,000 
16 800 


2,726 


~ 


~ 


"" 


~ 


11,526 


- 


- 


265 


265 


265 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


265 


- 


16 4,000 


874 


6,875 


5,000 


475 


- 


1,400 


- 


- 


6,875 


1" 51,000 


_ 


_ 


87,490 


87,490 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


87,490 


6 32,745 






















- 


- 


628 


23,779 


9,370 


13,781 


- 


- 


- 


$628 


23,779 


« 7,094 


17 327 




65,965 


15,000 


29,563 


- 


- 


21,402 


- 


65,965 


- 


- 


1,004 


11,389 


6,875 


4,514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,389 


- 


- 


- 


293,208 


50,000 


20,302 


- 


- 


222,906 


- 


293,208 


- 


- 


- 


413,437 


50,000 


42,469 


- 


25,550 


270,418 
18 25.000 


- 


413,437 


- 


•'225 
19 2,100 


- 


10,631 


5,000 


2,710 


- 


- 


2,921 


- 


10,631 


- 


~ 


- 


73,288 


50,000 


4,203 


- 


16,200 


- 


2,885 


73,288 


6 5,000 


20 450 


- 


73,890 


31,000 


5,662 


25,000 


9,078 


3,150 


- 


73,890 


- 


- 


- 


50,581 


15,000 


3,420 

21516 

22 2,200 


23 6,500 


- 


20,875 
24 2,070 


- 


50,581 


6 5,395 


- 


- 


18,800 


300 
23 14,700 


1,800 


~ 


2,000 


~ 


" 


18,800 


- 


28 2,738 


- 


225,589 


40,000 


1,537 


- 


- 


184,052 


- 


225,589 


- 


29 500 


- 


106,563 


50,000 


10,059 


- 


25,500 


21,004 


- 


106,563 


- 


29 12,932 
31 2,300 


- 


136,953 


36,000 


33,631 


- 


- 


67,322 


- 


136,953 




- 


- 


7,153 


1,265 


3,243 

32 288 


- 


~ 


~ 


2,357 


7,153 




6 3,304 

33 109,700 

3^855 




303,941 


150,000 


54,095 




22,000 


77,846 




303,941 


S5 3,400 


36 6,906 
3' 100 


- 


23,961 


12,000 


8,562 


- 


2,900 


38 


461 


23,961 


6 4,000 


38 659 




28,407 


15,000 


9,794 

■ 








3,613 


28,407 



2" Insurance unexpired. 

21 Accrued pay roll. 

22 Accrued insurance. 

23 Mortgage (real estate). 

2* Maintenance reserve fund. 

23 Date of postponement. 

26 Subscriptions received on stock. 



2' Less depreciation. 

28 Investments. 

29 Fixtures. 

3" Should have been held. 

31 Twenty-three shares capital stock 

of Adams Co. par value. 

32 Dividends due. 



33 Investments other organizations. 

34 Deferred expenses. 

36 Good will, prescription books and 

formube. 
36 Fixtures and equipment. 
6' Investment. 
38 Prepayments. 



160 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Adams Pharmacy, Incorpo- 
rated, Leominster. 

Adams Pharmacy of Somer- 
ville. Inc., The, Somerville. 

Adams Pond Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Adams Securities Company, 
Boston. 

Adams Woolen Mills, Inc., 



Adjustment Bureau of the 
Boston Credit Men's Asso- 
ciation, Boston. 

Adler, Rosenthal Leather 
Company, Lynn. 

Adrian Company, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Advance Industrial Corpora- 
tion, Boston. 

Advance Machine Co., The, 



Advertisers Press, Inc., The, 

Boston. 
Adzit Company, The, Orange, 

Aeolian Macaroni Company, 

Boston. 
Aerofram Co., The, Boston, . 

Aetna Button Company, 

Attleboro. 
Aetna Hosiery Company, 

Worcester. 
Aetna Mills, Watertown, 

Aetna Realty Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Aetna Rubber Company, 
Boston. 

Affleck Ruling & Stationery 
Co., Holyoke. 

Agawam Company, Agawam, 

Agawam Cranberry Company, 
The, Middleborough. 

Agawam Hotel Company, 
Ipswich. 

Agawam Tobacco Company, 



Agoos Leather Co., Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Aiken Drug Company, 
Lowell. 

Aitken, Son and Company, 
Incorporated, Boston. 

Akin-Denison Company, New 
Bedford. 

Akron Tire and Rubber Com- 
pany of Boston, The, Bos- 
ton. 



Jan. 5, 

1918. 
May 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
May 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Feb. 16, 

1918. 

Aug. 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
June 22, 

1918. 
Oct. 25, 

1918. 
Mch. 28, 

1918. 
Apr. 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Sept. 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 29, 

1918. 
Apr. 23, 

1918. 
Aug. 5, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Mch. 6, 

1918. 
Sept. 23, 

1918. 
June 18, 

1918. 
Aug. 28, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 14, 

1917. 
May 20, 

1918. 
May 21, 

1918. 



Oct. 


1, 


1917. 


Dec. 


3, 


1917 




Jan. 


25, 


1918 




Mch. 


27, 


1918 




Feb. 


13, 


1918 




Jan. 


16, 


1918 




Dec. 


27, 


1917 




Dec. 


26, 


1917 




12 _ 




Jan. 


25, 


1918 




Jan. 


21, 


1918 




16 Jan. 


22, 


1917 




Dec. 


8, 


1917 




20 Jan. 


31, 


1918 




20 Jan. 


18, 


1918 




Feb. 


20, 


1918 




July 


25, 


1918 




Jan. 


7, 


1918 




Mch. 


25, 


1918 




Aug. 


1, 


1918 




Dec. 


IS, 


1917 




Jan. 


31, 


1918 




Mch. 


31, 


1918 




Apr. 


9, 


1918 




Jan. 


If), 


1918 




Feb. 


26, 


1918 




Dec. 


s, 


1917 




Apr. 


29, 


1918 




20 Mch. 


26, 


1918 





Sept. 15, 

1917. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 

Dec. 27, 

1917. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
June 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 1, 

1917. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 



S5,000 

2,500 

10,000 

100,000 

100,000 

5,000 

5,000 
10,000 
25,000 
150,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 

2,000 

10,000 

15,000 

975,000 

50,000 

2,500 
15,000 
50,000 
75,000 

2,000 
50,000 
15,000 

5,000 

1,000 
150,000 
21,000 



Assets. 



$375 



45,000 



38,649 



602,421 
62,500 

32,250 
33,000 
34,000 
15,000 
13,100 
20,000 



81,438 



1 $11,816 
35,268 

465 



22,755 
16,214 

23,292 

203 

4,212 

50,556 

with R. E, 

450 

6,479 

21,000 

800 



withR.E. 
1,500 



■ 21,388 
81447 



£-3 -fc 



g <D c3 o m 



$4,140 

2 3,490 

3,890 

168,184 

3,002 
3,447 

20,370 
2,001 

50,227 

850 

3,641 

76,551 

1,137,815 

4,750 
13,545 
106,145 



45,580 
3,500 

49,540 
25,690 



1 Good will. 

2 And fixtures. 
' And tools. 

* Capital stock. 
' Securities. 

6 Reserve against contingent 
liabiHty. 



' Treasury stock. 
8 Securities owned, 
8 Furniture. 

10 Liberty Bonds. 

11 Fixtures. 

12 None held since organization. 



13 Good will and contracts. 
i< Patent rights. 

15 Alterations. 

16 Corporation has done no 
1' Horses and wagons. 

18 Accrued accounts. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



161 



of Corporatimis — Qontinued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


Pi 


! 

1 


1 


^ 
^ 


J 

S 

■| 
O 




1 

V. i 


1 

11 
5 




1 

-a 

i 

tcl 


3 
^ 


1 $1,000 


- 


S889 


$6,697 


$5,000 


$1,124 


- 


$573 


- 


- 


$6,697 


- 


- 


- 


4,234 


2,500 


1,197 


- 


- 


- 


$537 


4,234 


- 


4S800 


- 


58,356 


6,000 


20,703 


- 


12,500 


$19,153 


- 


58,356 


- 


5 1,016,318 

7 34,250 
8 6,000 


- 


1,164,514 
293,199 


100,000 
100,000 


158,889 
59,165 


$38,500 


747,429 
26,139 


880 
« 126,082 


31,234 
69,395 


1,164,514 
293,199 


: 


9 334 
w 1,000 


; 


5,929 
8,377 


3,000 
5,000 


3,209 


- 


- 


168 


2,929 


5,929 
8,377 


1 2,000 


11378 


3,570 


10,814 


10,000 


814 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,814 


13 9,000 


- 


8,900 


17,900 


17,900 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,900 


" 75,000 


- 


7,123 


138,247 


126,575 


11,672 


- 


- 


- 


- 


138,247 


- 


15 862 


3,339 


24,878 


6,800 


6,893 


8,635 


2,550 


- 


- 


24,878 


" 10,000 


- 


- 


10,020 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


10,020 


" 1,000 


1' 2,118 
w 3,000 


3,657 


147,798 
7,081 


28,000 
2,000 


10,236 
18 345 
1,364 


19 17,000 
3,717 


59,866 


32,351 


_ 


147,798 
7,081 


- 


- 


- 


12,948 


10,000 


600 


- 


- 


2,348 


- 


12,948 


- 


- 


- 


209,267 


15,000 


60,256 


- 


45,295 


- 


88,716 


209,267 


- 


21 8,356 
22 290,000 


- 


2,710,583 
65,225 
8,428. 


940,000 

34,300 

24 15,700 

2,500 


198,030 


300 


592,500 
11,400 
4,486 


827,955 
23 152,098 


with 

surplus 

3,825 

1,142' 


2,710,583 
65,225 
8,428 


- 


10 3,875 


- 


66,329 


11,000 


5,568 


25 20,500 


3,250 


26,011 


- 


66,329 


- 


- 


- 


197,980 


50,000 


39,684 


- 


10,000 


98,296 


- 


197,980 


- 


- 


- 


34,800 


4,100 


- 


- 


29,003 


1,697 


- 


34,800 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


2,000 


1,000 


10,700 


- 


- 


1,300 


15,000 


•- 


7 28,500 
26 7,100 


12,800 
450 


61,500 

106,028 

5,860 


50,000 
15,000 
5,000 


14,591 
860 


11,500 


15,000 


59,437 
2' 2,000 


- 


61,500 

106,028 

5,860 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


29 94,146 


- 


316,821 


150,000 


5,391 


- 


5,000 


30 104,577 


51,853 


316,821 




82 374 


" 


67,962 


21,000 


4,487 
33 406 


' 


25,000 




17,069 


67,962 



19 Real estate mortgage. 

20 Adjourned. ' 

21 Interest and insurance. 

22 Shiixeffs' Worsted Co. invest- 

ment. 

23 Special depreciation reserve. 



24 Due on stock paid for and not 

issued. 

25 Mortgage. 

26 Crop. 

2' Reserve for depreciation. 
28 And horses, wagons, etc. 



29 Investments. 

30 Reserves. 

31 And equipment. 

32 Prepaid items. 
S3 Accounts items. 



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ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



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Alban Theatrical Company, 


Jan. 28, 


1 _ 


Oct. 11, 


150,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$610 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Albany Cash Market, Incor- 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 7, 


20,000 


- 


- 


$9,750 


4,325 


porated, The, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Albany Street Realty Co., 


July 9, 


7 _ 


June 1, 


25,000 


S106,234 


- 


- 


662 


Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Albert B. Franklin, Incorpo- 


June 11, 


June 5, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


- 


Sl,772 


6,776 


18,986 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Albert Culver Company, The, 


Sept. 14, 


May 15, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


27,500 


2,000 


47,376 


99,254 


Rockland. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Albert D. Hewlett Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


6,500 


- 


8,540 


65,753 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Albert Dickinson Company of 


Sept. 20, 


Aug. 29, 


June 30, 


10,000 


_ 


224 


12,585 


11,260 


Massachusetts, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Albert E. Hale Co., Spring- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Feb. 20, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


20,403 


7,812 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Albert Russell & Sons Com- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


20,506 


6,293 


11,657 


19,642 


pany, Newburyport. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Albert Steiger Company, 


May 20, 


19 May 8, 


Jan. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


314,400 


147,299 


Springfijeld. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Albert Winslow Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


48,253 


61,492 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alberti Importing and Export- 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


54,860 


55,560 


ing Company, Incorpo- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












rated, Boston. 


















Albertson, Inc., Brookline, . 


Feb. 18, 
1918. 


Jan. 10, 
1918. 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


2,000 


- 


347 


1,270 


197 


Albiani Lunch Co., Boston, . 


Feb. 6. 
1918. 


Jan. 26, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 








1,670 


Albree Self Figuring System 


May 3, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


32,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Company, Swampscott. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alden Bros. Co., Boston, 


July 9, 
1918. 


May 3, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


250,000 


28,667 


28 157,732 


48,708 


126,590 


Alden Press, Holyoke, . 


June 21, 
1918. 


Jan. 16, 
1918. 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


15,000 


9,600 


12^53 


1,756 


1,882 


Alden Rubber Company, Bos- 


July 9, 


June 11, 


May 31, 


100,000 


- 


5.818 


699 


1,245 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alden Speare's Sons Co., The, 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


375,000 


149,610 


31 35,361 


82,027 


344,402 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alden T. Cleveland Mfg. Co., 


Apr. 12, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


383 


1,119 


1,378 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Aldis Owen Hall's System of 


July 5, 


7 _ 


Dec. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


510 


20 


Business Enterprises, Incor- 


1918. 




1917. 












porated, Boston. 


















Aldrich Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 25, 


Feb. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


6,500 


13,586 


77,001 


53,653 


pany, Charlton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alexander H. Bill Company, 


June 26, 


May 15, 


Mch. 31, 


200,000 


- 


5,311 


40,830 


111,972 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alexander Strauss Incorpo- 


May 2, 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


30,523 


17,242 


rated, Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alfred Brigham Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 22, 
1918. 


Jan. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 






5,559 


16,891 



1 None held in 1917. 

2 Good will and contract. 

2 Properties and costumes., 

* Good will. 

^ Fixtures. 

^ Horses, wagons, etc. 

' None held in 1918. 

8 Mortgage. 



9 Furniture and fixtures. 
i» Loan. 

11 Reserve. 

12 Fixtures, etc. 

13 Insurance prepaid. 
1^ Investment (stock). 

15 Contingent habihty. 

16 Loan^account. 



1' Lynn Stall Co. pattern. 
15 Liberty Bonds. 

19 Adjourned. 

20 Construction. 

21 Investments. 

22 Treasury stock. 

23 Horse, wagon and auto. 
2^ Horse and wagon. 



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-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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2 $26,000 


s$500 


832,394 


$59,504 


$48,950 


$1,004 


- 


$9,550 


- 


- 


$59,504 


i 3,000 


5 1,800 

6 1,150 


7,328 


27,353 


20,000 


7,353 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,353 


- 


7,439 


114,335 


7,300 


135 


8 $106,900 


- 


- 


- 


114,335 


- 


9 315 


10,709 


38,558 


25,000 


8,183 


- 


10 5,375 


- 


- 


38,558 


- 


6 2,000 


- 


178,130 


25,000 


1,441 


- 


30,000 


$100,000 
11 13,847 


$7,842 


178,130 




12 10,743 
"313 
"700 




92,549 


10,000 


19,930 




15,203 
15 3,437 




43,979 


92,549 


- 


- 


- 


24,069 


10,000 


13,631 


- 


~ 


438 


~ 


24,069 


- 


- 


- 


28,215 


3,000 


1,150 


- 


16 8,310 


- 


15,755 


28,215 


- 


"290 
18 2,100 


- 


60,488 


30,000 


9,496 


- 


16,500 


- 


4,492 


60,488 




20 58,682 
5 81,950 
21 5,200 




607,531 


150,000 


87,150 




115,000 


255,381 




607,531 


- 


22 11,500 


- 


121,245 


50,000 


45,337 


- 


- 


- 


25,908 


121,245 


4 5,000 


1,202 
9 1,663 
23 2,032 


- 


120,317 


10,000 


18,396 


- 


31,500 


- 


60,421 


120,317 


- 


- 


929 


2,743 


1,420 


1,323 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,743 


" 


24 350 

23 5,625 

26 6,716 

20 28,234 


~ 


42,595 


10,000 


7,026 


" 


14,700 


686 


10,183 


42,595 


» 27,000 


- 


5,863 


32,863 


32,000 


863 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32,863 


2\109,458 


so 4,019 


- 


475,174 


245,000 


105,110 


- 


115,252 


9,812 


- 


475,174 


- 


- 


4,347 


30,438 


3,010 


2,768 


24,660 


- 


- 


- 


30,438 


« 5,000 


" 1,703 
32 10,090 

33 600 


11,072 


36,227 


29,600 


6,627 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,227 


S6 1 


36 103,360 
3' 10,753 


- 


725,514 


359,400 


130,852 


- 


115,000 


100,000 


20,262 


725,514 


S8 500 




1,620 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


< 5,000 






















33 500 


- 


- 


1,030 


1,030 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


1,030 


- 


- 


30,756 


181,496 


6,000 


65,855 


- 


14,389 


90,142 


5,110 


181.496 


* 75,000 


« 8,239 


- 


241,352 


200,000 


17,461 
" 5,649 


- 


- 


18,242 


- 


241,352 


- 


5 2,460 


- 


50,225 


25,000 


2,092 


- 


9,714 


12,669 
«750 


~ 


50,225 


' ^ 7,000 


25 6,000 

21100 




35,550 


10,000 


13,396 




7,000 


5,154 




35,550 



-' Equipment. 
-'' Food and cigars. 
2' Patent rights. 
25 And equipment. 
20 Good will and investment in 
routes. 

30 Prepaid assets. 

31 Office furniture, molds and fixtures. 



32 Secret processes. 

33 Deferred charges. 

34 And trucks, etc. 

35 Good will and advertising invest- 

ment. 

36 Stocks in other companies, 

Liberty Bonds, etc. 



37 Life insurance investment. 

38 Trade-marks and trade names. 

39 Trade-marks. 

40 Prepaid expense. 

41 Due federal tax. 

42 Reserve fund for depreciation of 

accounts. 



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Alfred E. Haines Company, 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


$3,000 


_ 


$1,200 


$400 


$3,890 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alfred Hale Rubber Com- 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 


22, 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


$16,200 


3,707 


5,192 


6,918 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Alfred Sears Co., Boston, 


Mch. 5, 
1918. 


Jan. 
1918 


8, 


Dec. 31, 

1917. 


50,000 


- 


- 


13,851 


83,816 


Alfred Self & Co., Inc., Bos- 


Dec. 20, 


Dee. 


11, 


Nov. 30, 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,066 


ton. 


1917. 


1917 




1917. 












Alger Paper Box Company, 


Aug. 1, 


July 


8, 


May 31, 


100,000 


23,060 


s 26,480 


69,911 


33,347 


Middleborough. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Algonquin Engraving Com- 


May 8, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 9, 


25,000 


- 


2,331 


1,074 


1,698 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Algonquin Leather Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Jan. 


22, 


Dec. 31, 


140,000 


- 


12,895 


346,763 


48,063 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Algonquin Printing Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 


30, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


198,616 


275,157 


953,476 


937,263 


Fall River. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Alhambra Rubber Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Nov. 


30, 


Nov. 3, 


10,000 


- 


300 


1,214 


2,114 


The, Milford. 


1918. 


1917 




1917. 












Alkalol Company, The, Taun- 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 


4, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


8,020 


10,495 


11,817 


24,550 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












All America Fur Ranching 


May 22, 


15 _ 




Mch. 31, 


50,000 


600 


_ 


- 


17 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 






1918. 












Allan-Gordon Company, Bos- 


July 10, 


June 


27, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allegheny Coke Company, 


May 7, 


Mch. 


12, 


Dec. 31, 


558,900 


19 510,301 


with R. E. 


14,303 


55,320 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen and Endicott Building 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 


14, 


Jan. 1, 


230,000 


173,436 


- 


- 


15,249 


Company, The, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allen & Paisley Company, 


Apr. 20, 


Apr. 


9, 


Mch. 30, 


30,000 


- 


- 


58,547 


38,000 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 


^ 










Allen-Chapman Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 


11, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


159 


1,339 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen, Doane & Co., Inc., Bos- 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 


5, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


22 6,100 


5,249 


3,096 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen-Foater-Bridgeo Co., 


Oct. 22, 


July 


22, 


June 30, 


200,000 


21,017 


1,245 


218,080 


258,858 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allen Hall Company, Boston, 


Feb. 18, 
1918. 


Feb. 
1918 


4, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


75,000 


- 


- 


33,001 


33,821 


Allen-Higgins Wall Paper 


Aug. 9, 


July 


25, 


June 30, 


100,000 


35,083 


41,294 


136,984 


91,171 


Company, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allen-Hurd Company, Bos- 


June 13, 


Mch. 


9, 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


4,143 


37,404 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allen Lane Company, Bos- 


May 25, 


Apr. 


1, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


373,466 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen-Slack Company, Bos- 


June 21, 


Feb. 


6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


99,485 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen, Slade & Co., Inc., Fall 


July 18, 


June 


19, 


Apr. 30, 


270,000 


23,900 


5,000 


344,969 


164,550 


River. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allen-Squire Company, Spen- 


Apr. 26, 


Mch. 


11, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


7,000 


16,078 


151,668 


102,491 


cer. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Allen W. Phillips Smelting 


May 15, 


Apr. 


9, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


19 


Company, Attleboro. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allerton Ice Company, The, 


Oct. 25, 


Mch. 


10, 


Mch. 10, 


1,000 


- 


1,000 


2,250 


504 


Hull. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allerton Laundry Corpora- 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 


23, 


Jan. 23, 


10,000 


4,000 


6,000 


100 


300 


tion, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Allerton Market Inc., Hull, . 


July 31, 


May 


1, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


- 


1,150 


- 


424 




1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Leases and equipment. 

2 Good win and other personal 

property. 
^ And fixtures. 
^ Good will. 
5 Securities owned. 
^ Prepaid insurance and interest. 



' Reserves. 

8 Furniture and fixtures, 
s Subscription received on stock. 
1" Motor truck. 

11 North Dighton plant. 

12 Liberty Bonds. 



13 Depreciation. 

i* Office furniture. 

15 None held as yet in 1918. 

18 Twenty foxes. 

1' Mortgages. 

18 Good will, franchise and patents. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 165 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


^3 . 

111 

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8 
1 
1 


2 

■a 
a 

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1 


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^ 


3 
■3. 

6 


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J. 

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II 


3 
& 

eg 


1 

1 




- 


- 


- 


$5,490 


$3,000 


$854 


- 


- 


- 


$1,636 


$5,490 


- 


- 


- 


32,017 


8,000 


483 


$10,000 


$13,401 


- 


133 


32,017 


- 


1 $17,600 


- 


115,267 


50,000 


43,955 


- 


- 


- 


21,312 


115,267 


2 $4,000 


- 


- 


8,066 


6,000 


1,600 


- 


- 


- 


466 


8,066 


4 6,000 


5 2,879 

6 876 

8 1,026 

10 3,390 


$13,122 


162,553 

19,251 

411,111 


100,000 

3,500 
9 3,800 
100,000 


18,286 
1,805 
4,840 


25,000 
2,596 


7,550 

214,657 


$17,667 
' 1,600 

19,530 


72,084 


162,553 

19,251 

411,111 


~ 


" 61,908 
12 120,734 


- 


2,547,154 
3,628 


500,000 
750 


89,686 
1,216 


1,200 


788,500 


13 45,000 


1,123,968 
462 


2,547,154 
3,628 


- 


"926 


- 


55,808 


10,000 


3,267 


- 


- 


42,541 


- 


55,808 


- 


16 800 


26,263 


27,680 


25,000 


1,680 


"500 


500 


- 


- 


27,680 


18 428,700 


- 


- 


428,700 


428,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


428,700 


20 37,000 


21300 


- 


617,224 


459,400 


6,149 


- 


24,000 


- 


127,675 


617,224 


- 


- 


42,210 


230,895 


230,000 


895 


- 


- 


- 


- 


230,895 


- 


- 


- 


96,547 


30,000 


43,490 


- 


22,000 


1,057 


- 


96,547 


20 12,525 

23 1,000 

1 5,000 
1 34,790 


8 92 
218,100 


5,268 


27,483 
20,445 


25,000 
15,000 


483 
1,068 


_ 


2,000 


~ 


4,377 


27,483 
20,445 


24 1,672 
12 5,000 


- 


505,872 
101,612 


100,000 
75,000 


243,519 

25 50,000 

14,932 


~ 


75,000 
3,865 


37,353 
7,815 


~ 


505,872 
101,612 


- 


- 


- 


304.532 


100,000 


17,236 


50,000 


122,400 


- 


14,896 


304,532 


4 12,000 


26 607 

2M60 

28 22,431 

29 1,679 

8 702 


52,694 


54,314 
397,576 
152,881 


30,000 
100,000 
10,000 


6,542 
176,502 
142,881 


- 


30,750 


17,772 

86,508 
30 3,816 


- 


54,314 
397,576 
152,881 


- 


51 1,690 

52 4,050 
12 2,970 
24 2,577 


2,041 


544,159 

282,784 
4,060 


270,000 

50,000 

4,060 


51,188 
125,698 


10,000 


151,500 
55,000 


33 15,000 

25,712 

34 26,374 


46,471 


544,159 

282,784 
4,060 


- 


- 


- 


3,754 


1,000 


1,230 


- 


350 


- 


1,174 


3,754 


- 


- 


- 


10,400 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


400 


10,400 


* 2,500 


- 


- 


4,074 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,074 


4,074 




" Improi 


/ements, co 


al rights 


and 


24 I 


'repaid item 


s. 


30 


Suspense a 


3count. 




live 


3tock. 






25 jl 


Lccrued item 


s. 


31 


Horses and 


wagons. 




20 Patent 


rights. 






26 I 


nsurance. 




32 


Automobile 


:s. 





21 Treasury stock. 

22 And equipment. 

23 Trade-marks. 



2' Office fixtures. 

28 Securities. 

29 Furniture. 



33 Reserve for bad accounts. 

34 Reserve for federal taxes. 



166 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 
f3 


J3 


ufactures, 
erchandise, 
Material, and 
Dck in Proc- 
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§ 


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Alley, Greene & Pipe Co., 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 12 


Dec. 31, 


S50,000 


_ 


_ 


$7,730 


$152,995 


^ Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alliance Chemical Company, 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 22 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


6,704 


10,446 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Allied Stores Company, Bos- 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 14 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


6 6,878 


323 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Allimnesh Transmission Com- 


Apr. 26, 


Apr. 8 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


- 


- 


- 


5 


pany, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Allston Storage Warehouse 


July 19, 


Jan. 26 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


$40,000 


- 


- 


2,310 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Allwyn Realty Company, 


June 24, 


Jan. 28 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


66,661 


- 


- 


33 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Almond Company, Ashburn- 


Aug. 28, 


May 6 


Mch. 31, 


320,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,300 


ham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Almy, Bigelow & Washburn, 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 25 


Jan. 31, 


200,000 


22,796 


$5,300 


292,443 


172,056 


Incorporated, Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alpha Investment Company, 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 28 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


130 


Newton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alpha Lunch Company, 


Apr. 17, 


12 Mch. 28 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


12,459 


4,438 


1,538 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alpha Lunch Company of 


Apr. 17, 


12 Mch. 28 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


5,244 


1,725 


9,364 


Boston, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Alsatian Machine Company, 


Apr. 23, 


Apr. 10 


Feb. 28, 


100,000 


- 


13 20,016 


22,965 


26,868 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Alsten and Goulding Com- 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 21 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


4,606 


45,282 


23,021 


pany, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Aeroplane Com- 


Apr. 16, 


Feb. 12 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Agricultural Chemi- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 31 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


cal Company of Massachu- 


1918. 


1913. 


1917. 












setts, The, Boston. 


















American Aniline Company, 


May 2, 


17 Apr. - 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


- 


300 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Auxiliary Heating 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 7 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


- 


714 


466 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Awning & Tent Co., 


Dec. 7, 


12 Nov. 7 


Sept. 30, 


15,000 


- 


13 1,981 


35,781 


14,961 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Barrel Company, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 17 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


7,500 


- 


1,300 


6,574 


Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Belting and Tan- 


Sept. 4, 


Jan. 21 


Dec. 31, 


65,000 


- 


2,540 


38,031 


39,273 


ning Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Book Binding Co., 


Oct. 14, 


Oct. 1 


Aug. 1, 


15,000 


- 


6,218 


3,900 


1,503 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Broaching Machine 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 10 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Camphor Refining 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 8 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


20,932 


79,506 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Candy Corporation, 


Dec. 15, 


Oct. 29 


Sept. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Car Sprinkler Com- 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 17 


Dec. 1, 


30,000 


19,870 


- 


28,869 


32,494 


pany, Worcester. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Card Clothing Com- 


Apr. 5, 


Mch. 18 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 




- 


- 


- 


pany, Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Cellulose Products 


July 10, 


23 July 3 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Chemical and Dye- 


May 21, 


Feb. 15 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


~ 


3,184 


stuff Company, Incorpo- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












rated, Boston. 


















American Cinekrome Corpo- 


Mch. 1, 


Jan. 25 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


~ 


50 


ration, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Cloak Company, 


Oct. 22, 


Mch. 30 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,604 


8,180 


7,497 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Plant. 

2 General ledger balances (unaccrued 

interest, etc.) 

3 Reserves for interest, taxes, etc. 
* Furniture. 



5 And fixtures, 
s Patent rights. 
' Autos. 

8 Furniture and fixtures. 

9 Insurance. 



1" Services. 

11 Securities. 

12 Adjourned. 

13 And tools. 
" Good will. 



1918.1 



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167 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


-1- 

a ? o 


i 
1 


J 

s 


1 


1 

"a 

a 
O 


Ph 




a 

ii 

"S-B 

O O) 

s 


i 

1 


1 
1 

s 


3 
^ 


- 


1 $873 

2 2,550 

4 300 


- 


$164,148 
17,450 


$30,000 
5,820 


$11,776 
7,182 


- 


$103,606 


$10,446 

3 1,128 

4,448 


$7,192 


$164,148 
17,450 


- 


- 


' $144 


7,345 


330 


7,015 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,345 


6 $250,000 


- 


- 


250,005 


250,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


250,005 


~ 


'875 

8 250 

9 103 
10 300 


2,993 


46,428 
67,097 


5,000 
20,000 


928 


$40,500 
43,500 


3,305 


_ 


292 


46,428 
67,097 


- 




- 


7,300 


7,300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,300 


~ 


"615 


9,255 


492,595 
10,000 


200,000 
10,000 


209,743 


_ 


with accts. 
payable 


82,852 


: 


492,595 
10,000 


- 


- 


- 


18,435 


9,000 


5,300 


- 


- 


1,472 


2,663 


18,435 


- 


- 


- 


16;333 


8,000 


4,874 


- 


- 


469 


2,990 


16,333 


- 


- 


13,117 


82,966 


75,000 


7,966 


- 


- 


- 


- 


82,966 


» 8,000 
« 100,300 


15 125 


_ 


81,034 
100,300 


55,000 
100,300 


15,163 


_ 


3,750 


6,992 
16 129 


- 


81,034 
100,300 


" 5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


k 


5,000 


- 


- 


20,848 


21,148 


8,000 


300 


- 


12,848 


- 


- 


21,148 


6 50,000 
" 25,000 


'« 1,275 


23,883 


100,063 
53,998 


100,000 
15,000 


63 
13,908 


~ 


2,000 


10,500 


12,590 


100,063 
53,998 


" 2,500 


19 2,367 
20 85 


~ 


20,326 
79,844 


6,000 
25,500 


1,581 
38,344 


4,000 


10,000 


4,168 
21199 


4,378 
6,000 


20,32& 
79,844 


" 10,000 


- 


3,911 


25,532 


15,000 


5,202 


- 


5,330 


- 


- 


25,532 


, 


- 


3,717 


3,717 


3,200 


517 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,717 


- 


11 25,000 


- 


125,438 


20,000 


55,492 


- 


30,000 


19,946 


- 


125,438 


- 


- 


20,000 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 


6 100 


_ 


1,000 


81,333 
1,000 


30,000 
1,000 


16,724 


12,000 


6,500 


809 
22 15,300 


- 


81,333 
1.000 


- 


2^300 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


5,630 


8,814 


6,000 


2,814 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,814 


25 25,395 
" 202,000 


26 55 


- 


227,500 
18,281 


227,500 
10,000 


1,480 


~ 


3,500 


3,301 


~ 


227,500 
18,281 



i» Prepaid items. 
16 Suspense account. 
1' Should have been held. 
18 Horse, wagon, truck, furniture and 
fixtures. 



19 DeUvery equipment. 
2" Office equipment. 

21 Reserve for depreciations. 

22 Insurance reserve. 



23 In lieu of annual. 
2'' Organization expense. 

25 Patent rights and contract rights. 

26 Stationery. 



168 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





a 
^ 




1 


g 

a 
.s 


C3 
O. 

a 
O 

1 . 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 

o 


1 


1 


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


4S 

C3 g 




^ 


Q 


a 


< 


tf 


s 


S 


o 


American Clutch Company, 


Sept. 4, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1 


810,000 


_ 


S500 






Amesbury. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Coal Company, 


May 


6, 


Apr. 17, 


Apr. 1 


50,000 


$5,000 


2 11,455 


$1,010 


$6,055 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Coasting Company, 


June ] 


0, 


4 _ 


Dec. 31 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


200 


Boston. 


1918 






1917. 












American Color and Chemical 


Mch. ] 


8, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31 


10,000 


_ 


12,619 


9,300 


1,510 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Concrete Products 


June 


8, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31 


500,000 


41,783 


6,117 


- 


8,656 


Co., Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Core-Twine Com- 


Jan. 2 


8, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31 


175,000 


- 


2 52,111 


14,138 


9,705 


pany, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Cork Company, In- 


Mch. 


5, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31 


20,000 


- 


- 


17,133 


11,244 


corporated, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Crucible Company, 


June i 


7, 


16 Apr. 6, 


Dec. 31 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Cushion Skate 


May S 


2, 


Apr. 7, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


15 


1 


Company, Beverly. 


1918 




1914. 


1917. 












American De Greasing Co., 


Feb. ) 


8, 


16 Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


6,850 


20,261 


11,903 


8,293 


Peabody. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Department Store 


Aug. Z 


0, 


July 5, 


July 5 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,362 


402 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Dry Plate Com- 


May a 


1, 


May 22, 


May 1 


20,000 


11,613 


2,878 


7,601 


8,211 


pany, The, Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Egg Company, Bos- 


May 


3, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31 


14,000 


- 


- 


1,586 


536 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Electric Tool Com- 


Feb. 2 


3, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31 


5,000 


- 


500 


600 


95 


pany, Newton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Electric Welding 


Apr. 5 


6, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31 


15,000 


- 


3,560 


- 


13,502 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Export Company, 


May 


7, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31 


53,000 


- 


- 


- 


303 


Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Fancier and Stock- 


June 5 


2, 


Apr. 15, 


Apr. 1 


30,000 


- 


- 


1,078 


3,061 


keeper Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 
American Feature Film Co., 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












June 2 


8, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


50,193 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Felt Company, Bos- 


July 


1, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31 


4,622,700 


1,430,433 


2 1,599,435 


1,007,051 


2,611,536 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Fiber Company, 


May 2 


0, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31 


150,000 


- 


2,000 


350 


550 


Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Finishing Machin- 


Jan. 2 


6, 


Oct. 4, 


Oct. 1 


50,000 


- 


2,169 


- 


5,068 


ery Company, Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Fireworks Com- 


May 


4. 


Mch. 30, 


Dec. 31 


25,000 


17,100 


- 


18,725 


553 


pany, Canton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Flaming Arc Lamp 


June 1 


8, 


16 June 13, 


Dec. 31 


225,000 


- 


100 


270 


147 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Flour & Export 


May 2 


0, 


Mch. 15, 


Jan. 1 


5,000 


- 


- 


26,731 


12,798 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Flyer Company, 


May 


8, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31 


50,000 


- 


21,006 


35,351 


5,304 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Fountain Pen Com- 


Apr. 1 


1, 


32 Dec. 18, 


Jan. 31 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918 




1914. 


1917. 












American Furniture Exchange, 


Sept. 


7, 


16 June 15, 


Dec. 31 


30,000 


1,500 


- 


14,439 


24,864 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Glue Company, 


June 


6, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31 


3,000,000 


1,715,754 


with R. E. 


2,349,160 


1,496,923 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 













1 Mortgage and interest. 

■2 And equipment. 

3 Treasury stock. 

■* None held since organization. 

s Schooner "Onato." 

8 Fixtures. 

' Treasury stock (no value). 

8 Interest accrued on mortgage. 



9 Patent rights. 
1" Deferred expenses. 

11 Accrued expenses. 

12 Reserve for depreciation. 

13 Good will. 

1* Unexpired insurance. 
15 Reserve for depreciation on mer- 
chandise. 



16 Adjourned. 
1' Secret process. 
18 Working capital. 
1' Reserve for depreciation of ma- 
chinery. 

20 Truck. 

21 Prepaid insurance. 



1918.] 




PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 






169 


of Corporations 


— Continued. 








Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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fi 


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- 


- 


$17,556 


$18,056 


$10,000 


- 


1 $8,056 


- 


- 


- 


$18,056 


- 


SS500 


28,602 


52,622 


50,000 


$12 


- 


$2,610 


- 


- 


52,622 


- 


6 14,000 


- 


14,200 


14,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,200 


- 


- 


7,027 


30,456 


10,000 


20,456 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,456 


- 


6 749 
7 255,500 


241,502 


554,307 


500,000 


16,246 
8 6,023 


15,000 


17,038 


- 


- 


554,307 


9 $74,445 


i''731 


47,097 


198,227 


160,610 


5,292 
11 125 


- 


31,000 


12 $1,200 


- 


198,227 


" 6,000 


6 795 
"240 


3,866 


39,278 


20,000 


2,379 


- 


12,639 


15 4,260 


- 


39,278 


~ 


" 300.000 
3 179,000 


1,472 


480,475 


300,000 


- 


- 


475 


18 180,000 


- 


480,475 


9 50,000 


- 


- 


50,016 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$16 


50,016 


- 


- 


- 


47,307 


15,400 


8,478 


- 


14,000 


3,060 
19 6,369 


- 


47,307 


13 1,000 


- 


926 


3,690 


3,450 


240 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,690 


- 


- 


- 


30,303 


20,000 


722 


- 


- 


2,000 


7,581 


30,303 


- 


6 350 
20 300 


12,045 


14,817 


14,000 


817 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,817 


- 


13,873 


15,068 


5,000 


10,068 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,068 


13 1,800 


6 138 
21198 


- 


19,198 


10,000 


3,771 


- 


- 


- 


5,427 


19,198 


~ 


22 41,759 
23 620 


2,768 


45,450 


3,000 


450 


- 


42,000 


- 


- 


45,450 


13 14,500 


- 


203 


18,842 


18,000 


842 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,842 


" 23,000 


21 3,200 
25 6,279 


14,809 


97,481 


50,000 


23,916 


- 


10,670 


26 12,895 


- 


97,481 


- 


2' 1,542,297 
28 42,306 


- 


8,233,058 


3,250,000 


213,828 


- 


2,390,000 


1,505,289 
26 873,941 


- 


8,233,058 


29 525 


- 


3,345 


6,770 


5,000 


650 


- 


1,120 


- 


- 


6,770 


9 23,000 


30 3,500 


18,263 


52,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


52,000 


13 4,000 


- 


14,772 


55,150 


25,000 


15,150 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


55,150 


9 192,572 


7,650 
31 11,770 


90,660 


303,169 


225,000 


360 


- 


77,809 


- 


- 


303,169 


- 


- 


39,529 


5,000 


10,686 


- 


21,370 


- 


2,473 


39,529 


- 


28 344 


- 


62,005 


15,000 


43,971 


- 


- 


3,034 


- 


62,005 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


40,803 


210 


1,004 


- 


26,554 


- 


13,035 


40,803 


13 1 


33 1,652,400 
3^ 283,530 
35 39,738 




7,537,506 


2,993,600 


271,400 




200,000 


2,285,195 
36 514,311 
37 1,240,000 

38 33,000 




7,537,506 


" Securities. 




29 Patent rights and formulae. 


3-1 Liberty Bone 


s. 




-^ Chandler, Hovey & 


Co. 


30 Treasury stock unissued. 


35 Deferred char 


ges to oper 


itions. 


-* Furniture, etc. 




31 Adjustment account against notes 


36 Provision for 


income a 


id excess 


'•' Prepaid rental. 




payable. 


profit taxe. 


. 




"'^ Reserves. 




32 Corporation has been out of busi- 


3' Capital surpi 


us. 




2? Investments. 




ness the past year. 


38 Reserve for s 


Decial insut 


ance. 


25 Prepai 


1 expense. 




33 Inv 


estments ii 


controlle( 


and 











affiliated companies. 



170 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


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b 


ictures, 
handise, 
irial, and 
: in Proc- 






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American Guaranteed Tooth 


Nov. 4, 


Oct. 4' 


June 27, 


$75,000 


_ 


$4,883 


_ 


$1,195 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Halibut Company, 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


$1,355 


21,752 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American House Corporation, 


May 22, 


May 13, 


May 1, 


15,000 


$103,297 


- 


- 


5,337 


The, Greenfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Industrial Corpora- 


June 4, 


Apr. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


123 


tion, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Ink Company, 


Apr. 16, 


4 _ 


Nov. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


175 


367 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












American-International Com- 


Apr. 18, 


6 Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


128 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Iron & Metal Com- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


2,600 


14,149 


74,268 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Knitting Company, 


Dec. 6, 


Nov. 15, 


Oct. 31, 


50,000 


- 


14,800 


80,906 


26,672 


Waltham. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Knitting Company, 


Nov. 25, 


Nov. 21, 


Oct. 31, 


50,000 


- 


14,399 


99,452 


44,059 


Waltham (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American-La France Fire 


June 28, 


June 5, 


May 31, 


1,000 


_ 


13 1,978 


19,735 


19,414 


Engine Company of Mas- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












sachusetts, Boston. 


















American Leather Goods 


July 9, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


- 


4,906 


20,707 


3,655 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Life-Saving Gar- 


Aug. 30, 


May 14, 


Mch. 31, 


400,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ment Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Linen Company, 


Nov. 19, 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 28, 


800,000 


277,865 


894,736 


607,858 


- 


Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Linseed Company, 


Dec. 1, 


Sept. 12, 


July 31, 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


65,018 


36,571 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Linters Company, 


Oct. 1, 


Sept. 9, 


June 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


185,339 


53,648 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Lithuanian Co- 


Mch. 19, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 18, 


20,000 


- 


_ 


1,515 


2,171 


operative Public Market 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Corporation, The, Middle- 


















borough. 


















American Live Stock Co., 


Julv 30, 


Dec. 30, 


Nov. 30, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,385 


Holhston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Loan Association, 


Julv 18, 


Apr. 9, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


5,889 


Inc., New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Loan Company, 


Julv 18, 


Apr. 9, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


13,081 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Machine Gun Com- 


Dec. 8, 


Aug. 6, 


July 1, 


90,000 


- 


350 


- 


7 


pariy, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Manufacturing 


May 25, 


6 Apr. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000,000 


25 6,622,693 


with R. E. 


9,127,616 


3,839,093 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Mason Safety Tread 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


40,287 


34,432 


82,293 


45,665 


Company, Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Mica Company, 


July 15, 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


200,000 


123,500 


2,494 


193,274 


46.549 


Newton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Mineral Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Feb. 21, 


Dee. 31, 


60,000 


15,519 


21,955 


15,307 


9,771 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Model & Instru- 


May 7, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


3,750 


3,750 


3,111 


ment Co., Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Motor Equipment 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


90,000 


- 


- 


64,093 


28,205 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Patent rights. s Unexpired insurance and advertising. 

2 Equipment. ^ Stock of other corporation. 
8 Treasury stock. i" Liberty Bonds. 

< None held in 1918. " U. S. war stamps. 

' Trade-marks. i- Accrued interest and other accrued items. 

* Adjourned. i' And furniture. 

' Good will. 14 War tax reserve. 



15 U. S. government bonds. 
1^ Depreciation. 
1' Reserve for federal tax. 
IS Fixtures. 

19 Automobile, horses and wagons. 

20 Office furniture. 

21 Trading live stock. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



171 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



! $1,011 
1 22,996 



8 1,000 

9 100 
104,100 

1175 



" 91,776 



18 500 



"790 
2043 

21 5,729 

22 750 

23 650 
21 536 



26 35.000 
i» 719,000 
2' 233,346 

28 71,571 

29 185,411 

6,118 



33 35,340 

34952 

86 60,000 

2< 5,366 



S4,874 



9,877 

6,108 

44,907 



2,311 



599 



$12,263 
46,103 

108,634 

10,000 

6,750 

50,035 

91,017 

123,378 

162,185 

41,811 
31,768 

1,872,235 

111,589 

238,987 

4,186 

12,947 

12,600 

16,617 

90,956 

20,833,730 

640,706 
365,817 
98,844 
160,611 
105,864 



Liabilities. 



o 



$12,263 
25,000 
15,000 
10,000 
5,000 
50,000 
9,900 
45,000 
50,000 

1,000 

10,000 

800,000 

10,000 

50,000 

960 

2,000 

10,000 

5,000 

90,000 

12,000,000 

480,050 
127,600 

57,300 
157,500 

36,400 



1,750 

35 

32,541 

44,124 

48,999 
12 1,453 

40,655 



342,800 

100,491 

56,997 

497 

2,860 



956 
> 2,721,707 



14,272 
40,050 



11,792 
35573 



19,818 



2,675 



$17,000 



34,000 
39,479 



2,500 



7,000 

2,600 

7,889 

598,154 

36,334 
90,000 
23,264 

36,500 



$22,254 
"156 
15,331 



16 176,580 

" 160,000 

386 

131,990 



417 



3,728 



4,313,869 
311,200,000 



110,050 



3,240 
3,111 



$3,474 
4,496 



48,576 
254 



392,855 
712 



2,729 



670 



108,167 



13,146 



$12,263 
46,103 

108,634 

10,000 

6,750 

50,035 

91,017 

123,378 

162,185 

41,811 
31,768 

1,872,235 

111,589 

238,987 

4,186 

12,947 

12,600 

16,617 

90,956 

20,833,730 

640,706 
365,817 
98,844 
160,611 
105,864 



22 Doubtful accounts. 

23 OflBce fixtures. 

2< Furniture and fixtures. 

25 And equipment and water power. 

26 Stocks of other corporations. 

2' Payments on material not yet 
arrived. 



28 Company's stock held for sale 

to employees. 

29 Supplies and prepaid interest, 

insurance and taxes. 

3° And reserve for taxes. 

31 Reserve for inventory deprecia- 
tion. 



32 Patent rights and good will. 

33 Mining rights. 

3* Prepaid less accrued items. 

35 Dividend declared Dec. 28, 1917, 

payable 1918. 

36 Exper. and development. 



172 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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NAME OF CORPORA- 


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bandise, 
rial, and 
in Proc- 


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American Narrow Fabric 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


S50,000 


_ 


$2,465 


$60,410 


S91,375 


Company, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Net and Twine 


Mch. 


8, 


iJan. 17, 


Sept. 30, 


150,000 


$162,001 


with R. E. 


338,037 


133,970 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American No-Slip Cement 


Jan. i 


5, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


Company, Medford. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Oak Leattier Com- 


Apr. 5 


4, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


6,543 


890,606 


481,681 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Oil Company, Bos- 


Aug. 


7, 


lApr. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


9,086 


4,309 


38,030 


29,495 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Optical Company, 


Mch. '. 


6, 


6 _ 




90,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Southbridge. 


1918 


















American Oxidaze Company, 


Feb. 


2, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


883 


1,334 


Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Pad & Paper Co., 


Feb. 


4, 


Dec. 31, 


Nov. 30, 


150,000 


70,439 


30,899 


132,079 


53,791 


Holyoke. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Painting & Deco- 


Jan. 


0, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 1, 


30,000 


- 




2,531 


26,348 


rating Company, Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Photographic Pub- 


May 


9, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


11,708 


4,114 


10,840 


lishing Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Pipe Bending Ma- 


Sept. 


3, 


9 - 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


2,800 


8,619 


chine Co., Boston. 


1918 






1918. 












American Plumbing and Heat- 


Feb. ] 


8, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


_ 


10,508 


4,209 


ing Company, Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Pop Corn Works 


Mch. ] 


1, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


200 


640 


233 


Inc., Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Powder Mills, The, 


Dec. 2 


7, 


Nov. 14, 


Sept. 30, 


300,000 


172,069 


with R. E. 


548,065 


465,246 


Boston. 


1917 




1917. 


1917. 












American Printing Company, 


Apr. 5 


5, 


iMch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


12 6,047,608 


with R. E. 


6,212,473 


7,572,731 


The, Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Produce and Fruit 


Apr. ;: 


9, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


6,588 


9,370 


Company, Holyoke. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Products Company, 


Oct. 


1, 


Sept. 9, 


June 30, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


1 


72,067 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Realty Corporation, 


Mch. 1 


8, 


Sept. 3, 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


38,175 


18,517 


Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Reed & Willow Fur- 


Aug. 2 


7, 


July 20, 


Aug. 3, 


25,000 


_ 


452 


12,849 


12,575 


niture Co., Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Refining Company, 


June 


3, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


_ 


900 


1,202 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Rotary Pump Co., 


Jan. 5 


5, 


Sept. 25, 


Aug. 1, 


50,000 


- 


1,445 


398 


- 


Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












American Rubber Company, 


May ] 


0, 


Mch. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


3,107,513 


472,723 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Sanitary Laundry, 


Feb. I 


8, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,350 


1,250 


899 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Saw and Manufac- 


Apr. 5 


9, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


51,664 


25,416 


36,263 


98,094 


turing Company, Spring- 
field. 
American Scale Company, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Apr. 


3, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


_ 


1,500 


17,560 


200 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












American Shoe Pattern Manu- 


May 


7, 


Apr. 4, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


facturers, Inc., Lynn. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Shoemaking Pub- 


Dec. 


6, 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 1, 


30,000 


- 


- 


300 


4,132 


lishing Company, Boston. 


1917 




1917. 


.-1917. 












American Smokeless Powder 


Dec. 2 


7, 


Nov. 21, 


Sept. 30, 


100,000 


194,190 


withR.E. 


172,751 


2,625 


Company, Boston. 


1917 




1917. 


1917. 












American Spring Bed Manu- 


May 


3, 


Apr. 18, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


2,000 


4,700 


2,524 


facturing Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












American Stable Co., Boston, 


Dec. 5 
1917 


7, 


Sept. 10, 
1917. 


Sept. 1, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


500 


- 


4,510 


American Stationery Com- 


May 5 


3, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


6,730 


500 


570 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Adjomrned. 

2 Renewal reserve. 

5 Depreciation reserve. 
^ Good will. 



5 None held in 1918. This com- 
pany is not now in active busi- 
ness and has no assets or lia- 
bilities. 



^ Investments. 

' Fixtures. 

8 Liberty Bonds. 

3 None held since organization. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 173 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets ■ 


-Con. 


LUBILITIES. 


§28 

P-i 


1 

1 


1 


1 


S 

O 


< 




a 
la -3 

O 0) 


i 

1 


■a 
§ 

o 


1 


- 


- 


■ - 


$154,250 


$44,000 


$8,988 


- 


- 


$101,262 


- 


$154,250 


- 


- 


- 


634,008 


150,000 


13,713 


- 


$445,000 


2 10,295 

3 15,000 


- 


634,008 


* sio.ooo 


- 


- 


10,008 


10,000 


8 


- 


- 


- 


10,008 


- 


- 


- 


1,378,830 


25,000 


1,353,830 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,378,830 


- 


- 


- 


80,920 


25,000 


33,635 


$12,000 


- 


10,285 


- 


80,920 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90,000 


- 


6 $1,256 
MOO 


$45,093 


48,966 


32,400 


11,566 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


48,966 


- 


8 23,500 


- 


310,708 


123,800 


40,921 


- 


- 


145,987 


- 


310,708 


* 5,000 


- 


- 


33,879 


30,000 


3,879 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33,879 


4 4,000 


- 


405 


31,067 


15,000 


7,709 


- 


8,358 


- 


- 


31,067 


w 25,000 


11 30,000 


2,561 


68,980 


64,000 


4,113 


867 


- 


- 


- 


68,980 


- 


- 


283 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


1,918 


2,991 


1,000 


1,991 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,991 


- 


13 305,669 

8 517,550 

15 3,545 

16 92 


- 


1,185,380 

20,656,031 

19,595 


300,000 

2,000,000 

11,900 


40,764 

1,158,504 

1,361 


- 


92,175 
6,085,000 


752,441 

10,162,527 
" 1,250,000 
6,334 


with 
surplus 


1,185,380 

20,656,031 

19,595 


- 


- 


72,068 


10,000 


60,480 


- 


- 


1,588 


- 


72,068 


- 


- 


10,734 


67,426 


25,000 


- 


- 


42,426 


- 


- 


67,426 


4 12,500 


- 


- 


38,376 


25,000 


666 


- 


12,500 


- 


$210 


38,376 


- 


- 


- 


2,102 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,072 


2,102 


i« 35,000 


- 


17,296 


54,139 


50,000 


4,139 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54,139 


1° 1,680 


8 8,130 


- 


3,590,046 


1,000,000 


753,478 


- 


- 


1,836,568 


- 


3,590,046 


4 11,000 


" 7,800 


3,339 


27,638 


25,000 


2,638 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,638 


10 138 
* 5,000 


- 


- 


216,575 


14,000 


79,048 


- 


25,000 


98,527 


- 


216,575 


10 1 


- 


22,984 


42,245 


38,095 


150 


- 


4,000 


- 


- 


42,245 


U50 


- 


- 


150 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150 


4 56,701 


- 


- 


61,133 


30,000 


1,133 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


61,133 


- 


- 


- 


369,566 


100,000 


188,019 


- 


50,000 


- 


31,547 


369,566 


10 15,000 
^ 3,596 
4 8,500 

4 2,500 


18 3,008 


320 


27,820 
16,518 
10,620 


25,000 
10,000 
4,600 


2,820 

3,783 

500 


3,500 


316 

19 2,185 

2,020 


- 


234 


27,820 
16,518 
10,620 



1° Patent rights. 

11 Services. 

12 And equipment. 

18 Insurance, interest, taxes and 
water power, prepaid. 



1* Reserve for taxes. 
15 Auto, furniture and fixtures. 
1^ Unexpired insurance. 
1' Donated stock. 



13 Horses, wagons, 

oats, etc. 
19 Drafts. 



harnesses, hay, 



174 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







J 


"a 
J 


03 


ASSETO. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






5S, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 


.2 


TION. 




^ 




■a 


1 


^ 


cturc 
hand 
rial, 
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^1 






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Si 

c3 


li 




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anufa 
Mercl 
Mate: 
Stock 
ess. 






^ 


Q 


Q 


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1 


S 


6 


American Stave and Cooper- 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 4, 


Feb. 4, 


$10,000 


$22,500 


$8,402 


$8,500 


$8,682 


t age Company, Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Stay Company, 


May 6, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


2 73,433 


98,939 


33,499 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Steam Gauge & 


May 2, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


227,159 


8 319,866 


468,763 


184,864 


' Valve Manufacturing Com- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












pany, Boston. 


















American Storage Battery 


Apr. 12, 


Jan. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


1,500 


4,639 


3,969 


Company, The, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Supply Company 


May 24, 


12 May 16, 


Mch. 31, 


400,000 


- 


- 


148,495 


307,004 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Tap and Die Co., 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


18,845 


" 46,150 


132,480 


15 55,995 


Greenfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Tar Company, Bos- 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


28,081 


1,403 


33,498 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Tie Plate Company, 


Oct. 29, 


Oct. 11, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


50 


_ 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Tire Fabric Com- 


Apr. 29, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500,000 


21 842,530 


with R. E. 


1,476,473 


628,661 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Tool and Machine 


Feb. 9, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


154,800 


98,282 


98,877 


401,089 


321,967 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Tube Works, Bos- 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


906,838 


withR.E. 


1,064,171 


1,539,894 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Tulle Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Apr. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


8 77,440 


231,335 


14,033 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Upholstering Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


4,000 


_ 


765 


7,784 


6,723 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Valve Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Milton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Voting Machine Co. 


Mch. 7, 


Mch. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


14,450 


202,234 


38,599 


of Massachusetts, The, Wal- 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












tham. 
















, 


American Waste Co., Inc., 


Apr. 24, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


18,253 


76,632 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Watch Tool Com- 


Mch. 29, 


Feb. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


82,000 


22,042 


38,870 


41,334 


8,902 


pany, Waltham. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












American Water Suppfy Com- 


Sept. 16, 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


500,000 


- 


18,148 


27,422 


23,641 


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


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Jan. 26, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


1,500 


_ 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Whaley Engine 


July 16, 


May 16, 


Mch. 31, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,470 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












American Wharf Company, 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


26,000 






595 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Whip Company, 


Jan. 7, 


- 


Jan. 4, 


42- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Westfield. 


1918. 




1918. 












American Window Cleaning 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


500 


500 


6,608 


Company of Holyoke, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Mass., Holyoke. 



















1 Good will. 

2 And tools, etc. 
' Patent rights. 

* Treasury stock. 
' Prepaid insurance and interest. 
^ Improvements to buildings. 
' Special reserve for federal taxa- 
tion. 
8 And equipment. 



5 Investments. 

10 Equipment and other machinery. 

11 Reserve for depreciation. 

12 In lieu of annual. 

13 Equipment. 

I'' And office fixtures. 
15 And Liberty Bonds. 
IS Depreciation. 



1' Tools, office furnitiu-e, etc. 
18 Prepaid items. 
13 Accrued taxes. 

20 Employees' deposits. 

21 And plant. 

22 Patent rights, good will, etc. 

23 Sinking fund and reserves. 
2^ Investment. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



175 



of Corporations ■ — • Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABnjTIES. 


■2 J3 . 
Pi 


1 

1 


1 


3 


3 

■§• 




•a 
a 

a 


j _ 

o « 


1 


2 

a 
a 

1 


3 


1 $3,000 


- 


- 


$51,084 


$10,000 


$6,835 


$7,500 


- 


$26,749 


- 


$51,084 


3 104,156 
3 88,510 


4 $9,040 
6 6,335 

3 10,000 
3 1,776 


_ 


335,402 
1,290,938 


182,200 
500,000 


28,528 
247,947 


38,000 


$47,870 
425,153 


70,804 
7 6,000 

79,838 


- 


335,402 
1,290,938 


- 


1° 8,974 


$15,418 


34,500 


8,070 


5,779 


- 


18,630 


11 2,021 


- 


34,500 


1 149,587 


13 17,844 


- 


622,930 


400,000 


69,404 


- 


116,050 


37,476 


- 


622,930 


- 


- 




253,470 


150,000 


1,464 


5,120 


- 


13 5,000 


$91,886 


253,470 


s 2,619 


17 2,954 
9 290 

18 2,896 
4 10,000 




81,741 


30,000 


20,563 

19 200 

20 103 


- 


~ 


17,953 
11 12,922 


~ 


81,741 


s 48,077 


- 


48,127 


48,000 


127 


- 


- 


- 


- 


48,127 


22 382,400 


9 18,300 

2< 2,000 
25 4,500 

27153 

28 300,000 

6 2,021 

29 4,527 

30 50,000 


2,831 


3,348,364 
926,715 

3,811,056 
382,187 

15,272 


1,442,300 
154,800 
300,000 
150,000 

4,000 


232,084 
113,044 

37,187 
5,124 


- 


1,351,713 

103,865 
195,000 


235,056 
23 87,211 

471,235 
26 187,636 
3,407,191 


with 
surplus 

6,148 


3,348,364 

926,715 

3,811,056 

382,187 

15,272 


1 50,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


255,283 


10,000 


211,630 


- 


- 


33,653 


- 


255,283 


- 


31713 


- 


95,598 


25,000 


21,339 


- 


45,000 


4,259 


- 


95,598 


32 

3 279,922 


32 1,938 

5 324 

34 21,377 

35 132,750 


56,628 
27,556 


170,041 
530,816 


80,700 
375,080 


41,548 

33 1,293 

16,151 


25,000 


46,500 
114,585 


- 


- 


170,041 
530,816 


- 


- 


9,900 


11,400 


11,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,400 


3 5,775 
30 762,877 

1 1,000 


37 5,783 
31670 

38 52,057 

39 19,254 
« 23,577 

"500 


2,905 


875,463 
31,000 


860,000 
25,000 


15,463 


4,500 


1,500 


_ 


_ 


875,463 
31,000 


- 


- 


1,510 


9,118 


5,000 


576 


- 


- 


2,032 


1,510 


9,118 



23 Team property. 

26 Reserves. 

27 Peim. R. R. stock. 

28 Liberty Bonds. 

29 Deferred .commission and dis- 

count. 
3° Touraine Mills, Inc., stock. 
31 Furniture and fixtures. 



32 Factory fixtures and' office fix- 

tures. 

33 Accrued liabilities. 

31 Development and promotion. 

35 Trustee stock. 

36 Good will, patents, etc. 

37 Steamer "Island Belle." 

38 Engine and experimental cost. 



39 Promotion and organization ex- 
pense. 
^0 Preliminary and general expense. 

41 Fixtures. 

42 The capital stock of this com- 

pany was purchased by the 
United States Whip Co. in 
1893. 



176 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





03 

s 




1 


Capital 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






3S, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 




TION. 


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American Window Cleaning 


Mch. 19, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


$10,000 


_ 


$1,000 


_ 


$7,586 


Company of Springfield, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Mass., Springfield. 


















American Woolen Company, 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000,000 


$45,106,677 


with R. E. 


$37,654,307 


39,838,134 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Woolen Products 


Mch. 29, 


4 Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


5 4,000 


675,135" 


201,019 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












American Worsted Machinery 


May 6, 


7 _ 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Beverly. 


1918. 




1918. 












Ames Plow Company, Boston, 


May 10, 
1918. 


Mch. 11, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


275,000 


128,801 


8,963 


227,880 


211,117 


Ames Sword Company, Chico- 


Apr. 5, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


62,000 


12,049 


27,970 


79,748 


pee. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Amesbury Body Company, 


Apr. 2, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


14,550 


5 12,722 


53,633 


54,923 


Amesbury. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Amesbury Building Corpora- 


Mch. 29, 


Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


9 86,751 


- 


- 


51 


tion, The, Amesbury. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Amesbury Development Com- 


July 16, 


10 _ 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Amesbury. 


1918. 




1917. 












Amesbury Theatre Company, 


Dec. 5, 


Sept. 4, 


Aug. 1, 


40,000 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


Amesbury. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Amherst Co-operative Supply 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 27, 


Feb. 28, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


296 


Association, The, Amherst. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Amherst Creamery Company, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


3,500 


3,749 


21,184 


15,004 


The, Amherst. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Amherst Garage Company, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 10, 


Dee. 3, 


15,000 


9,334 


1,175 


1,811 


3,734 


Amherst. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Amherst Manufactiu'ing Com- 


Mch. 11, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


16,760 


17,731 


" 10,460 


5,892 


pany, Amherst. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Amherst Waxed Paper Mills, 


May 1, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Holyoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Amos F. Chase Company 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 4, 


10,000 


- 


400 


950 


1,137 


(inc.), The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Anastasi Life-Boat Company, 


Dec. 8, 


Aug. 4, 


July 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1917. 


1914. 


1917. 












Anchor Amusement Company, 


May 2, 


18 Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


1,475 


600 


460 


Beverly. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Anchor Color & Gum Works, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


34,000 


16,000 


- 


- 


Dighton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anchor Laundry Company, 


May 15, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


19 26,514 


1,629 


4,488 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anchor Linotype Printing 


May 31, 


May 1, 


Apr. 30, 


12,000 


- 


20,515 


3,200 


12,285 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Ancient River Corporation, 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


20,000 


1,000 


- 


11 


The, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anco Mills, Inc., Sutton, 


Feb. 12, 
1918. 


i Feb. 1, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


300,000 


329,300 


157,966 


18,272 


206,939 


Ancona Company, The, Fall 


May 16, 


Apr. 30, 


Mch. 30, 


300,000 


30,470 


28 504,600 


227,635 


131,665 


River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Anderson Electric Bath Com- 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3,708 


- 


825 


pany, Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andover Press (Limited), 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 21, 


Deo. 31, 


20,000 


20,000 


14,957 


6,907 


17,363 


The, Andover. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andover Realty Co., The, 


May 8, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 1, 


6,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


706 


Andover. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Andover Steam Laundry 


Oct. 8, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


18,143 


1,450 


1,955 


Company, Andover. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 

2 Bank loans. 
^ Reserves. 

^ Adjourned. 
5 And fixtures. 
5 Securities. 



' None held since organization. 

8 Prepaid expense. 

9 Including power plant. 
1° None held in 1918. 

11 Subscription to stock. 

12 Interest. 



13 Reserve fund. 
1* And unexpired insurance. 
15 Trade-marks. 

IS Common stock Japanese Tissue 
Mills. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



» 177 



of Corporation'} — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








Liabilities. 


~ 






■sis 
t2 


i 

1 


-a 

1 




J 

1 




.£2 


J. 

.S " 

"S-3 

O <a 


1 


1 
o 


1 


1 $1,414 


- 


- 


810,000 


$10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$10,000 


- 


- 


- 


122,599,118 


60,000,000 


820,372,910 


- 


2 

821,794,550 


s 
86,500,000 


8 
13,931,658 


122,599,118 


- 


6S100 


- 


880,251 


10,000 


869,265 


- 


- 


986 


- 


880,251 


1 7,210 


- 


- 


7,210 


7,210 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,210 


1 1 


8 5,464 


- 


582,226 


275,000 


39,031 


895,000 


135,000 


- 


38,195 


582,226 


- 


- 


- 


181,767 


150,000 


202 


- 


- 


- 


31,565 


181,767 


- 


- 


- 


135,828 


50,000 


35,489 


- 


16,000 


34,339 


- 


135,828 


- 


- 


- 


86,802 


30,000 


- 


35,000 


14,362 


7,440 


- 


86,802 


_ 


- 


850 


50 


50 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


296 


250 

11 1 


12 25 


- 


- 


iSl6 


4 


296 


- 


- 


- 


43,437 


10,000 


12,401 


- 


14,500 


. 6,536 


- 


43,437 


- 


- 


- 


16,054 


8,500 


2,214 


3,000 


500 


- 


1,840 


16,054 


" 10,000 


- 


- 


60,843 


30,500 


4,386 


20,000 


- 


5,957 


- 


60,843 


- 


16 188,700 


- 


188,700 


50,000 


131,562 


- 


- 


7,138 


- 


188,700 


" 1,500 

w 1,750 

" 25,000 


- 


$1,338 


7,075 
25,000 


6,000 
25,000 


1,075 


~ 


~ 


~ 


_ 


7,075 
25,000 


- 


- 


875 


3,410 


600 


1,960 


- 


850 


- 


- 


3,410 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


•- 


- 


50,000 


1892 


6 36 

20 3,398 

21982 




37,939 
36,000 


8,000 
12,000 


5,152 
4,763 


3,900 


20,714 


173 
19,237 




37,939 
36,000 


- 


- 


105,014 


126,025 


99,440 


2,277 


- 


24,308 


- 


- 


126,025 




22 405 
2^ 1,281 




714,607 
894,270 


300,000 
300,000 


280,721 
8,900 


29 200,000 


79,273 
150,000 


8,699 

25 37,180 

26 8,107 

2' 627 

so 51,917 


183,453 


714,607 
894,270 


1 4,900 


- 


1,520 


10,453 


10,000 


453 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,453 


- 


- 


- 


59,227 


20,000 


3,906 


12,000 


8,000 


- 


15,321 


59,227 


- 


31 1,500 


- 


22,206 


6,000 


429 


15,000 


- 


- 


777 


22,206 


- 


- 


4,299 


25,847 


10,000 


4,092 


- 


11,755 


- 


- 


25,847 



1' Patent rights. 
15 In lieu of annual. 
19 And equipment. 
2° Leased equipment. 
21 Prepaid items. 



22 Horses and wagon. 

23 Furniture and fixtures. 

2^ Unexpired insurance and interest. 

25 Reserved for depreciation on machinery. 

26 Reserved for depreciation on real estate. 



2' Reserved for income tax. 

28 And buildings. 

29 Bonds. 

30 Reserve for depreciation. 

31 Investment. 



178 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 


fci) 

.3 


1 


c3 

a 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






5S, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 


.2 


TION. 


o 


S 
S 


to 


1 . 


1 


b 




"1 










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C3 


rt Si CDJd 






0-i 


o 


o 


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'■% 


!anuf 
Meri 
Mat 
Stoc 
ess. 


II 




^ 


Q 


P 


< 


(S 


S 


S 


" 


Andrew D. Fuller Co., Somer- 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


$100,000 


S30,000 




$500 


$3,326 


ville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrew Button Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


S2,200 


374,845 


266,931 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrew G. Paul Company, 


Nov. 15, 


Feb: 14, 


Dec. 31, 


' 300,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,364 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Andrew J. Lloyd Company, 


Mch. 1, 


Feb. 13,' 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


8,413 


189,166 


37,205 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrew J. Morse & Son, In- 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


10,000 


18,000 


31,734 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrew Wilson Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


5,200 


12,143 


20,562 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Andrews and Oilman Inc., 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


_ 


- 


- 


2,500 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrews Electric Inc., Brock- 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


_ 


2,233 


7,842 


6,809 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Andrews-Johnson Company, 


Feb. 15, 


17 _ 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


20,886 


9,715 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Andrews Paper Company, 


Apr. 20, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


120,000 


- 


- 


lfl9,923 


121,776 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Androscoggin Pulp Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


564,167 


491,742 


313,696 


162,060 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Angelo Seretto Company, 


May 31, 


Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


_ 


8,563 


4,532 


Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Angier Chemical Company, 


Aug. 3, 


July 8, 


June 29, 


25,000 


60,000 


4,592 


143,857 


86,291 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Angier Mills, Ashland, . 


Apr. 6, 
1918. 


Jan. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


100,000 


34,965 


16,632 


116,487 


67,468 


Anglo-American Cotton Com- 


Dec. 6, 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 30, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


123,492 


22,521 


pany, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Anglo-American Te.xtile Ma- 


Mch. 26, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


275,000 


31 9,357 


- 


39,796 


282,714 


chinery Company, Boston.' 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anglo Canadian Leather Co. 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


228,855 


32,462 


of Boston, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Angus Engineering Company, 


Apr. 26, 


Feb. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


- 


- 


- 


823 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Angus Morrison Company, 


July 11, 


June 3, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


_ 


7,000 


1,478 


8,891 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Animated Advertising Com- 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


895 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anker Printing Company, 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


12,827 


1,559 


1,487 


The, Holyoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Annawan Mills (Incorporated), 


Dec. 20, 


Nov. 5, 


Sept. 29, 


50,000 


32,000 


with R. E. 


99,408 


15,658 


Fall River. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Anthony Bros. Inc., Marble- 


Feb. 23, 


37 Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,458 


head. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anthony Manufacturing Co., 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


6,000 


5,971 


14,248 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anthony S. Lewis Company, 


June 28, 


Feb. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


50,000 


- 


389 


2,161 


6,340 


The, New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anton Krieghoff Company, 


Deo. 12, 


Oct. 13, 


July 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 

2 Unexpired insurance. 

3 Horses, wagons and auto. 
^ Prepaid taxes. 

^ Patent rights. 

s Contract. 

^ Subscription received on stock. 



8 Patent rights and copyrights. 
8 Furniture and fixtures. 

10 Kryptok Co. N. Y. 304 shares. 

11 Treasury stock. 

12 Capital stock subscribed. 

13 Reserve for depreciation. 
1* Kryptok sinking fund. 



15 Liberty Bond. 

16 Fixtiires. 

" None held in 1918. 

18 Mileage and unexpired insurance. 

19 Reserve for sales discount. 
™ Liberty Bonds. 

21 Prepaid insurance. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



179 



of Corporaiions — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



2 $990 

3 1,500 
" 1,582 

6 15,000 

9 100,791 
i» 6,337 
11 5,044 



15 1,000 
18 8,100 



18 736 

18 173 

16 1,200 

20 8,000 

21 8,643 

22 4,751 
23 36,256 

27 2,269 



29 6,000 

30 882 

11 8,200 



2»100 

34 238 
35 246,500 



S55,273 



2,917 



15,278 



26,170 
3,542 



300 



$131,626 
648,048 

282,370 
352,051 

59,734 
38,905 
10,600 
16,884 
31,510 
240,899 
1,581,315 

32,520 
294,740 
250,634 

146,013 
567,776 
261,317 
250,578 

17,369 
40,173 
17,373 

173,236 

5,000 

41,219 

13,678 

5,000 



LlABILITIKS. 



$100,000 
200,000 

250,000 

' 2,000 

144,000 

12 200 

10,000 

10,000 

5,200 

3,000 

10,000 

120,000 

1,000,000 

15,000 
25,000 
100,000 

50,000 

230,000 

' 45,000 

10,000 

250,000 

5,000 

36 40,000 

10,000 

12,900 

5,000 

30,000 

12,000 

5,000 



322,067 

5,173 

25,484 

13,909 
20,639 
2,000 
4,805 
9,073 
98,038 
21 67,919 

5,520 
40,141 
94,991 

11,567 
32,368 
251,297 

578 



$14,000 
87,099 



5,295 


- 


173 


- 


3,288 


3,050 


160,336 


- 


874 


- 


1,678 


- 


- 


~ 



$15,500 

25,197 
83,112 

9,657 
2,450 



12,000 
60,000 
10,000 

25,000 
97,384 



1,500 



with 
funded 
indebt- 



5,000 



35,707 

13 58,988 

" 4,560 



4,824 



12,012 
19 425 



272,767 
25 156,097 
26 84,532 



28 11,379 
45,643 



88,024 
33 75,000 



$1,643 



26,168 
8,266 
3,400 
1,805 

22,861 



158,220 



20 



5,574 



1,035 



5,345 



$131,626 
648,048 

282,370 
352,051 

59,734 
38,905 
10,600 
16,884 
31,510 
240,899 
1,581,315 

32,520 
294,740 
250,634 

146,013 
567,776 
261,317 
250,578 

17,369 
40,173 
17,373 

173,236 

5,000 

41,219 

13,678 

5,000 



22 Stock in other companies. 

23 Sinking fund investment. 

2'' Including estimated income and 
excess profit taxes. 

25 Depreciation. 

26 Sinking fund. 

2' Wagon and auto. 

28 Reserves for depreciation. 



29 Liberty Bonds investment. 
39 Prepaid expense. 

31 Additions to leased buildings. 

32 Patent rights, patterns, drawings, 

machinery, tools, etc. 

33 Reserve for income and excess 

profit tax 1917. 



3'' OflBce furniture. 
35 Contracts, services, etc. 
38 During the year $10,000 has been 
distributed as return of capital. 

37 Adjourned. 

38 Trade-marks. 



180 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 
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n 


1 


g 

a 


o. 

Q 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


S 


^ 


ctures, 
handise, 
rial, and 
in Proc- 












'C-^ 




C3 


tS c3 OlJiJ 


9'S 




.Sect 


o 
1 


o 




"3 




'anuf 
Mer 
Mat 
Stoc 
ess. 






^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


fS 


^ 


S 


'^ 


Anton Krieghoff Company, 


Nov. 26, 


Oct. 13, 


July 31, 


S5,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Boston (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Antrim Safety Lock Company 


Apr. 22, 


2 Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


$1,650 


$353 


$497 


Inc., Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Anzac Company, Boston, 


Apr. 16, 
1918. 


Mch. 4, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,935 


Apothecary Hall, Inc., North 


Aug. 3, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


17,000 


1,600 


Adams. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Appell-Bradstreet Co., Bos- 


Apr. 30, 


2 Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Appleton Company, Boston, . 


Dec. 27, 
1917. 


Dec. 19, 
1917. 


Nov. 3, 
1917. 


600,000 


$288,000 


312,000 


524,275 


1,374,199 


Apponaug Company, The, 


Sept. 23, 


2 Sept. 17, 


June 30, 


800,000 


850,089 


withR.E. 


231,862 


191,735 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Apsley Rubber Company, 


May 25, 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 28, 


1,500,000 


11 311,083 


12 445,723 


842,071 


893,435 


Hudson. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arancio Brothers Company, 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


32,430 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Ararat Grocery Company, 


May 1, 


Mch. 30, 


Feb. 28, 


30,000 


- 


934 


70,709 


42,634 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Aras Grocery Company, In- 


July 12, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


34,608 


23,932 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


. 1918. 


1917. 












Arcade Apparel Shop, Inc., 


May 18, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


5,100 


3,040 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arcade Malleable Iron Com- 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


78,549 


21 18,812 


52,033 


57,077 


pany, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arcadia Print Works, Boston, 


Mch. 28, 
1918. 


Feb. 12, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


350,000 


100,599 


90,971 


1,074 


30,499 


Archer Rubber Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


14,500 


16,423 


77,776 


165,548 


Milford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Archer-Strauss Rubber Com- 


May 1, 


Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


29,555 


38,912 


29,909 


84,865 


pany, Framingham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Archibald Wheel Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


254,662 


112,744 


435,426 


95,145 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Architects Roofing Company, 


May 2, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 20, 


10,000 


400 


600 


33 2,375 


1,459 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Architectural Review Com- 


Apr. 25, 


2 Feb. 20, 


Dec 31, 


17,000 


- 


647 


3,236 


7,057 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arctic Ice and Cold Storage 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 17, 


Nov. 30, 


260,000 


68,077 


8,782 


27,339 


49,959 


Company, Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Argo Tile and Pottery Com- 


May 18, 


MFeb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


26,034 


7,007 


23,725 


14,622 


pany, Inc., Everett. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arkwright Mills, The, Fall 


Nov. 1, 


Oct. 22, 


Sept. 28, 


450,000 


204,265 


663,621 


143,286 


136,964 


River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arlington Automobile Com- 


Mch. 7, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


21 2,410 


9,059 


9,454 


pany, Arlington. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arlington-Belmont Ice Com- 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 8, 


Nov. 30, 


15,000 


10,000 


5,874 


13,397 


- 


pany, Arlington. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arlington Coal Co., Arling- 


May 10, 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


37 6,280 


16,287 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arlington Heights Garage, 


July 15, 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


1,469 


- 


200 


328 


Inc., Arlington. 


1918. 


1917. 


1918. 












Arlington Mills, Boston, 


Feb. 13, 
1918. 


Jan. 29, 
1918. 


Dec. 1, 
1917. 


8,000,000 


1,664,076 


4,235,318 


10,182,647 


7,804,957 



1 Patent rights. 

2 Adjourned. 

3 Good will. 

* Trade-marks. 

5 Miscellaneous inventories. 

^ Reserve for depreciation. 

' Scenery. 

8 Liberty Bonds. 



5 General reserve. 
1" Advanced expenses. 

11 And plant. 

12 And fixtiires, lasts, patterns and 

equipment. 

13 Patent rights, trade-marks, etc. 
" Prepaid insurance, interest, taxes, 

etc. 



15 Including reserve for federal in- 
come and excess profits taxes. 

18 Liberty Bond. 

1' Horses, teams and auto truck. 
13 Supplies on hand. 

19 Insurance. 
211 Eqmpment. 

21 And equipment. 



1918. 



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181 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 


LU.BILITIES. 


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I $4,700 


- 


$300 


$5,000 


$5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$5,000 


1 10,000 
3 3,000 
1 9,247 


6 $6,428 


1,769 


15,500 
23,379 


15,000 
10,000 


$11,852 


_ 


$500 


6 $1,527 


- 


15,500 
23,379 


- 


- 


600 


19,200 


16,000 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,200 


8 4,500 


'500 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


8 51,693 


- 


2,550,167 


600,000 


881,770 


- 


- 


9 472,949 


$595,448 


2,550,167 


- 


10 9,855 


- 


1,283,541 


790,000 


103,348 


- 


- 


390,193 


- 


1,283,541 


" 300,000 


" 16,507 


3,367 


2,808,819 
35,797 


1,143,300 
10,000 


13 281,387 
20,173 


: 


677,500 


601,909 

6 104,723 

2,257 


3,367 


2,808,819 
35,797 


s -6,000 

s 2,100 
3 3,500 


16 1,000 
"829 

18 551 

19 510 
2» 2,996 

8 200 


- 


123,167 

63,836 
11,640 


30,000 

38,000 
10,000 


41,062 

10,598 
1,300 


- 


3,500 


41,220 


10,885 

11,738 
340 


123,167 

63,836 
11,640 


- 


- 


' 


206,471 


50,000 


14,808 


- 


45,500 


96,163 


- 


206,471 


- 


19 3,689 

22 134,200 

23 14,598 

2« 1,040 

26 219 

27 580 

28 857 


1,504 


378,174 

275,903 
183,241 


301,800 

20,000 
100,000 


27,031 

132,000 
60,556 


$20,000 


27,928 
25 1,415 

22,000 

4,623 


101,903 


18,062 


378,174 

275,903 
183,241 


3 285,202 
3 1,400 


29 3,937 

30 6,216 


1,700 


1,193,332 
7,934 


800,000 
5,000 


39,896 
214 


2,720 


285,500 

31 47,988 


12,438 
32 7,510 


~ 


1,193,332 

7,934 


3 18,500 


- 


34,385 


63,825 


17,000 


46,825 


- 


- 


- 


- 


63,825 


- 


- 


213,231 


367,388 


260,000 


1,888 


105,500 


- 


- 


- 


367,388 


- 


- 


22,016 


93,404 


■ 15,000 


12,985 


27,172 


38,247 


- 


- 


93,404 


_ 


8 71,650 


_ 


1,219,786 
20,923 


450,000 
5,300 


6,624 


_ 


81,859 
2,014 


35 195,000 

6 157,000 

6,505 


335,927 
480 


1,219,786 
20,923 


- 


36 12,840 


- 


42,111 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,111 


42,111 


- 


38 6,024 


- 


43,591 


15,000 


5,127 


15,000 


- 


8,464 


- 


43,591 


- 


« 330,000 
«i 201,523 


8,040 


10,037 

24,418,521 


8,840 
8,000,000 


203 

951,585 
42 264,000 


842 


127 

39 25 

8,072,500 


'3 1,433,786 


5,696,650 


10,037 
24,418,521 



22 Water power. 

23 Construction expense. 
21 Furniture. 

25 Insurance loan. 

26 Interest and discount (prepaid). 

27 Office fixtures. 

28 Insurance — premiums paid — un- 

expired value. 



29 Deferred. 

3" Cash advanced. 

31 Advances on orders. 

32 Depreciation reserve. 

33 And auto. 

34 In lieu of annual. 

35 Reserve for federal taxes. 
35 Investments. 



37 And supplies. 

38 Plant and equipment. 

39 Prepaid rent. 

40 Liberty Bond subscription. 

41 Prepaid accounts. 

42 Liberty Bond subscription unpaid. 

43 Reserves. 



182 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

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Arlington Shoe Co., Haver- 


Nov. 27, 


1 Nov. 22, 


July 31, 


S2,000 




2 13,841 


$14,866 


$13,178 


hill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arlington Steam Laundry 


Sept. 27, 


June 27, 


June 1, 


15,000 


$6,155 


11,285 


2,493 


3,435 


Company, Arlington. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Armeson Plumbing and Heat- 


Feb. 25, 


7 Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


802 


10,799 


7,673 


ing Company, Incorporated, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Springfield. 


















Armory Garage, Incorporated, 


May 29, 


8_ 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


9 3,200 


436 


6,869 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Armour's Pattern Shop Co., 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 8, 


Mch. 1, 


5,000 


- 


4,431 


2,793 


5,688 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Armstrong Knitting Mills, 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


19,622 


25,912 


133,318 


10 48,906 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Armstrong Transfer Express 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


103,126 


- 


- 


71,735 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arnold & Winsor Company, 


May 3, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arnold Electric Company, 


Sept. 30, 


Aug. 5, 


Aug. 1, 


2,000 


- 


150 


454 


331 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arnold-Fisher Company, 


Apr. 4, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


w 39,793 


_ 


10,817 


3,698 


Woburn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arnold-Hoffman Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


6,188 


8,812 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arnold Print Works, North 


May 8, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500,000 


796,178 


with R.E. 


751,544 


1,501,518 


Adams. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arnold-Roberts Company, 


Feb. 1, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 30, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


78,533 


146,036 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Aromatic Chemical Company, 


Aug. 5, 


May 25, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


_ 


- 


627 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Aronson the Furrier, Incorpo- 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


100 


6,577 


20,273 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Aroostook Farming and Lum- 


Sept. 27, 


June 3, 


May 31, 


60,000 


47,975 


3,200 


2,580 


250 


ber Co., Quincy. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Aroostook Pulp and Paper 


May 7, 


Apr. 29, 


Oct. 31, 


500,000 


151,072 


312,750 


23,528 


4,013 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arrow Company, The, Spring- 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


2,772 


59,297 


19.699 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arrow Rubber Company, 


May 2, 


Mch. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 








5,000 


Watertown, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Art in Buttons, Incorporated, 


Mch. 28, 


Jan. 11, 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


1,766 


8,744 


of Massachusetts, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Art Metal Construction Com- 


May 8, 


Mch. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1,457,120 


524,597 


M 619,023 


1,189,423 


1,010,294 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Art Photo Company, Spring- 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,045 


4,545 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Art Stone Company, The, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


9,960 


12,787 


22,097 


11,092 


Montague. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arthur C. Harvey Company, 


Aug. 24, 


July 11, 


June 29, 


300,000 


44,800 


™ 15,761 


518,057 


658,877 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Arthur D. Little, Incorpo- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


750,000 


223,770 


- 


- 


104,811 


rated, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Arthur F. Tyler Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


13,000 


8,046 


31,189 


58,887 


Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Adjourned. 

2 And equipment. 
' Prepaid items. 

* Sums paid in for increase of capital. 

Certificate awaiting approval, 
s Coal. 
8 OfiSce furniture. 



' In heu of annual. 
8 None held in 1918. 
' And appUances. 
io And Liberty Bond. 

11 Mortgage on real estate. 

12 Personal property. 
IS Securities. 



1^ Patent rights. 
15 And fixed capital. 
1^ Subscriptions received on stock. 
1' And reserves for taxes and depre- 
ciation. 
'8 Treasury stock. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



183 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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1 

a; 

3 



1 
• 


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3 


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1 


3 
^ 


- 


3 $293 

MOO 
6 275 


$3,312 


$32,178 
27,355 
19,274 


$2,000 
4 3,000 

14,020 
5,000 


$4,351 
1,241 
3,203 


$7,270 


$21,900 
4,824 
6,561 


$927 
1,859 


$2,651 


$32,178 
27,355 
19,274 


- 


- 


13,981 


24,486 


17,000 


7,486 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24,486 


- 


- 


- 


12,912 


5,000 


1,191 


- 


1,800 


4,882 


39 


12,912 


- 


- 


- 


227,758 


81,200 


37,388 


11 4,200 


57,718 


47,252 


- 


227,758 


- 


12 110,744 


- 


285,605 


250,000 


10,914 


- 


- 


24,691 


- 


285,605 


- 


" 3,500 


- 


3,534 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


534 


3,534 


w $1,000 


- 


13,806 


15,741 


2,000 


13,741 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,741 


- 


- 


- 


54,308 
15,000 


30,000 

16 11,500 

15,000 


1,155 


6,000 


5,000 


~ 


653 


54,308 
15,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,049,240 


1,500,000 


404,006 


162,000 


- 


- 


" 983,234 


3,049,240 


- 


- 


- 


224,569 


50,000 


83,772 


- 


18,000 


- 


72,797 


224,569 


" 5,000 


18 7,500 


14,223 


27,350 


25,000 


2,350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,350 


- 


- 


- 


26,950 


10,000 


1:510 


- 


9,479 


2,944 


3,017 


26,950 


- 


- 


16,511 


70,516 


45,020 


279 


15,000 


10,217 


- 


- 


70,516 


- 


19 300,000 

20 5,000 

21 38,683 

22 17,197 
23 1,186 

21 1,635 

25 686 

26 600 

27 880 


12,269 


864,512 
86,755 

5,000 


471,600 
25,000 

5,000 


68,810 
7,863 

28 900 


300,000 
42,100 


24,102 


10,892 


- 


864,512 
86,755 

5,000 


- 


23 39 

229 
20 300,569 

S3 4,280 


- 


10,558 


1,000 


6,704 


- 


- 


2,854 


• - 


10,558 


" 165,000 


: 


3,808,906 
9,870 


857,120 
6,000 


205,785 
344 


31 600,000 


85,000 


1,739,131 
32 321,870 


3,526 


3,808,906 
9,870 


- 


- 


8,359 


64,295 


18,200 


9,641 


- 


36,454 


- 


- 


64,295 


- 


- 


- 


1,137,495 


300,000 


28,452 


106,418 


- 


34 300,000 


402,625 


1,137,495 


56 485,525 


36 22,612 
13 8,800 
3' 1,522 


- 


847,040 
111,122 


748,000 
25,000 


6,010 
10,557 


75,000 


- 


3s 8,363 


9,667 
75,565 


847,040 
111,122 



19 Contracts and services at book 

value. 
2" Investments. 

21 Pulp wood advances. 

22 Deferred charges. 

23 OflBce furniture and fixtures. 
2* Service ears. 



25 Unexpired insurance. 

26 Liberty Bond. 

27 Sinking fund. 

28 Deposits by customers. 

29 Office equipment. 

30 And fixtures. 

31 Bonded indebtedness. 



32 Reserves. 

33 Fixtures. 

31 Reserve for depreciation. 

35 Patent rights and good will. 

36 Equipment. 

3' Deferred expenses. 
38 Sundry reserves. 



184 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Arthiir H. Gammon, Inc., 
Haverhill. 

Arthur J. Cummiskey Motor 
Car Company Inc., Lowell. 

Arthur J. MulhoUand Com- 
pany, Salem. 

Arthur L. Johnson Co., Bos- 
ton. 

Arthur T. Cumings, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Arthur Treat Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Arthur W. Crane Company, 
Boston. 

Arthur W. Wood Company, 
Boston. 



Artisan Publishing Company, 

Holyoke. 
Asahel Wheeler Company, 

Boston. 
Asbestos Fabric Company, 

Limited, The, Boston. 
Ash & Nichols, Inc., Lynn, . 

Ashby, Crawford Company, 
Hudson. 

Ashfield Co-operative Cream- 
ery Association, The, Ash- 
field. 

Ashfield Farmers' Co-opera- 
tive Exchange, Ashfield. 

Ashoyton Knitting Company, 
Shelburne. 

Ashton Valve Company, The, 
Cambridge. 

Ashworth Bros. Inc., Fall 
River. 

Asphalt Roof Coating Com- 
pany, Limited, Boston. 

Assabet Associates, Incorpo- 
rated, Concord. 

Asselta Company, The, Wor- 
cester. 

Assets Corporation, Boston, . 

Associate Company, The, 
Boston. 

Associate Investment Com- 
pany, Chelsea. 

Associate Power Company, 
The, Boston. 

Associated Architects Print- 
ing & Supply Co., Boston. 

Associated Merchants and 
Manufacturers of New Eng- 
land, Inc., Boston. 






June 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Oct. 22, 

1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 

Feb. 26, 

1918. 
May 25, 

1918. 
Oct. 24, 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 



July 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Sept. 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 

Jan. 31, 
1918. 

Feb. 7, 

1518. 
July 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Apr. 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
May 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
May 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Sept. 24, 

1918. 



Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
July 8, 

1918. 
Mch. 19 

1918. 

Jan. 14 

1918. 
May 13 

1918. 
Aug. 

1918. 
Jan. 

1918. 



Jan. 18 

1918. 
Feb. 8, 

1918. 
Aug. 6 

1918. 
Jan. 16 

1918. 
19 Oct. 17 

1917. 

Dec. 26 
1917. 

Jan. 7 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 4 

1918. 
Mch. 18 

1918. 
Jan. 5 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
Jan. 14 

1918. 
28 Jan. 24 

1918. 
Apr. 10 

1918. 
Feb. 4 

1918. 
Apr. 10 

1918. 
Jan. 24 

1918. 
Feb. 5 

1918. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 

Dec. 31, 

1917. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 



Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1917. 

Nov. 30, 
1917. 

Dec. 1, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 



S6,000 
10,000 
20,000 
5,000 

25,000 

9,000 

2,500 

250,000 

10,000 
60,000 
10,000 
5,000 
250,000 

3,500 

1,000 

25,000 

150,000 

600,000 

100,000 

50,000 

4,000 

54,500 

2,500 

6,000 

2,500 

10,000 

25,000 



Assets. 



$90,000 
3,750 

111,293 
164,798 

33,500 

47,500 



1 $4,657 



18,492 



250 



1,700 

67,856 

1,000 

140 

2,210 

107,101 

182,125 



1,200 
1,000 



2,266 



2 m 19 o CO 

03 »<=5 c=i CQ (U 
1^ 



$7,435 
11,239 
8,564 
17,501 

4,542 
632 



70,164 
1,587 
5,568 

78,120 

1,283 

155 

1,793 

207,257 

339,277 

13,051 

1,450 



2,518 



1 And furniture and fixtures. 

2 Deposited with manufacturers. 
5 Auto and truck. 

^ Securities. 

5 Fixture account. 

^ Good will. 



' Liberty Bonds. 
8 Suspense, 
' Reserve. 
1° Reserve account. 

11 Stock subscribed for. 

12 Stocks and bonds. 



1' Accrued dividends. 
1* Accrued interest. 
15 Revenue stamps. 
" Undivided profits. 
" Furniture and fixtures. 
18 Subscribed for stock. 



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of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








] 


LIABILITIES. 








M IS — 

egg 

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i 

1 




1 


S 

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o 




J. 

-a 

il 


J. 

"2 

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a 

ii 

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3 


a 


3 
^ 


- 


- 


- 


$12,843 


$6,000 


$6,813 


- 


- 


$30 


- 


$12,843 


- 


2 $548 


- 


17,927 


10,000 


1,427 


$4,000 


- 


- 


$2,500 


17,927 




3 1,128 
M50 

6 808 


- 


49,682 
30,157 


10,000 
5,000 


8,599 
212 


_ 


$19,392 


11,691 
24,945 


- 


49,682 
30,157 


6 S15,000 


7 600 




34,136 
29,472 


25,000 
9,000 


2,733 
2,577 






4,356 

8 1,233 

9 814 

10 8,557 


9,338 


34,136 
29,472 


- 


12 355,954 

" 3,078 

» 1,548 

15 48 


$2,250 


2,500 
393,491 


30 
11 2,470 
180,650 


351 


- 


120,300 


55,901 
16 31,423 


4,866 


2,500 
393,491 


- 


17 3,000 


546 


127,764 
5,386 


45,000 

18 3,200 

5,000 


40,020 
386 


- 


23,794 


15,750 


- 


127,764 
5,386 


- 


- 


- 


7,116 


5,000 


1,691 


- 


- 


- 


425 


7,116 


20^50,000 


21 9,818 


_ 


371,302 
12,127 


190,900 
3,500 


81,159 
6,143 


22,000 


_ 


12,226 

22 29,500 

23 35,517 

2,484 


_ 


371,302 

12,127 


- 


~ 


- 


477 


165 


24 


- 


- 


288 


- 


477 


- 


- 


220 


4,711 


3,000 


436 


- 


1,275 


- 


- 


4,711 


- 


- 




531,845 


148,500 


87,019 


35,000 


71,500 


- 


189,826 


531,845 


- 


21 154,570 


- 


1,135,711 


600,000 


25 265,012 


- 


- 


- 


270,699 


1,135,711 


26 40,000 
6 11,650 


- 


- 


109,013 


66,665 


26,044 


- 


3,400 


12,904 


- 


109,013 


- 


11,164 


44,784 


24,500 


184 


20,100 


- 


- 


- 


44,784 


- 


2' 1,400 


- 


4,598 


4,000 


287 


- 


- 


- 


311 


4,598 


- 


29 13,500 


2,121 


64,352 


54,500 


2,352 


- 


7,500 


- 


~ 


64,352 


26 2,500 


- 


- 


2,500 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,500 


- 


29 15,137 


- 


21,751 


6,000 


14,450 


- 


- 


- 


1,301 


21,751 


26 1,500 


30 1,000 


- 


2,500 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 




- 


2,500 


-- 


- 


- 


13,473 


10,000 


2,508 


- 


- 


31786 


179 


13,473 






1,939 


2,263 


300 


571 


500 


892 


" 


' 


2,263 



19 Adjourned. 

20 Trade-marks and good will. 

21 Prepaid expenses. 

22 Reserve for depreciation of real 

estate. 



23 Reserve for depreciation of ma- 
chinery. 
2^ Investments. 

25 And reserve for taxes. 

26 Patent rights. 



27 Fixtures. 

28 Should have been held. 

29 Mortgage notes. 

30 Experimental automobile. 

31 Depreciation reserve. 



186 



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a 

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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


S 
S 


>> 

§ 


actures, 
chandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


.2 

11 




11 


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Associated Service Corpora- 


Meh. 15, 


1 Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


810,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$736 


tion, The, New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Associated Tanner's Machin- 


Meh. 8, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


$38,629 


$16,918 


. 1,779 


ery Company, The, Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Associates, Inc., The, Bos- 


Nov. 15, 


Nov. 14, 


Oct. 31, 


100,000 


S164,793 


- 


- 


2,126 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 






1 






Atherton-Byard Furniture 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. ■ 15, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


- 


58,694 


118,374 


Company, Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atherton Fowler Furniture 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


22,000 


- 


- 


81,533 


107,321 


Company, Worcester. 


1918. , 


1918. 


1917. 












Atherton Furniture Company 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


- 


- 


82,685 


162,151 


of Brockton, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atherton Furniture Company 


Meh. 14, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


_ 


_ 


41,257 


56,716 


of Pittsfield. Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Athol Coal Company, Athol, . 


June 14, 
1918. 


Apr. 9, 
1918.- 


Meh. 31, 
1918. 


15,000 


- 


21 3,886 


154 


31,311 


Athol Comb Company, Athol, 


Sept. 17, 
1918. 


Aug. 5, 
1918. 


July 30, 
1918. 


5,000 


4,500 


800 


1,200 


6,850 


Athol Co-operative Store, 


Aug. 30, 


Apr. 19, 


Apr. 19, 


3,000 


- 


- 


1,400 


700 


Inc., The, Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Athol Homes Corporation, 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


2,000 


- 


- 


23,840 


Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Athol Ice Company, Athol, . 


Apr. 29, 
1918. 


Meh. 19, 
1918. 


Meh. 1, 
1918. 


20,000 


18,916 


7,304 


3,620 


3,484 


Athol Machine Company, 


July 18, 


June 26, 


May 31, 


50,000 


76,925 


80 96,113 


81,941 


57,704 


The, Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Athol Manufacturing Com- 


Meh. 11, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


46,980 


31,673 


157,735 


29,987 


pany, Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Athol Theatre Company, 


May 29, 


S5 - 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Webster. 


1918. 




1917. 












Atkinson Coal Company, 


May 7, 


Apr. 24, 


Meh. 31, 


20,000 


15,800 


2,800 


- 


94,499 


Newburyport. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic AJmusement Com- 


June 11, 


1 June 6, 


Meh. 31, 


10,000 


- 


8,270 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Auto Company, Bos- 


Dec. 18, 


July 5, 


June 30, 


10,000 


■ 10,459 


4,752 


81,941 


50,040 


ton. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Atlantic Auto Company, Bos- 


Aug. 1, 


Apr. 26, 


Meh. 31, 


10,000 


- 


w 2,788 


33 43,301 


41,568 


ton (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Carbonic Company, 


Apr. 20, 


Apr. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


11,809 


42,828 


11,114 


2,812 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Chemical Company, 


July 11, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


30 192,368 


- 


80,986 


51,289 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Chicle Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Apr. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


4,737 


287 


11,186 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Coal Company of 


Aug. 26, 


May 22, 


Meh. 31, 


500,000 


250,126 


with R. E. 


83,699 


465,311 


Massachusetts, Taunton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Coast Hardware Co., 


Apr. 26, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


235,250 


70,554 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Company, Boston, . 


Apr. 22, 
1918. 


Feb. 13, 
1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 








556 



1 Adjourned. 

2 Charter. 

3 Office supplies. 
* Patent rights. 

5 Stock subscribed. 

6 Mortgages on real estate. 
" Fixtures, etc. 

3 Prepaid interest. 
9 Merchandise reserve. 



10 Accounts receivable reserve. 

11 Auto account. 

12 Furniture and fixtures. 

13 Liberty Bond accoimt. 
1* Suspense. 

15 Horse and wagon. 
IS Automobile. 
" U. S. Liberty Loan. 
18 Dehvery equipment. 



19 Liberty Bond. 

20 And reserves. 

21 And building. 

22 Good wiU. 

23 Stable equipment. 

2^ Plunkett Express, Co. invest- 
ment. 

25 Reserve federal tax. 

26 Reserve for bad accounts. 



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187 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 












1 


-i 


J> 








1-s . 

■ass 


i 

J 


J 
§ 
o 


1 


CO 

■'1 


1" 


J2 

a 
'^ s 


1 

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o « 


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J 

-d 

s 
s 


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(S 


s 


£ 


H 


o 


<i 


fc, 


E 


m 


CL, 


H 


- 


2S25 
S14 


- 


$775 


$460 


$160 


- 


- 


- 


$155 


$775 


4 $19,233 


59,812 


86,371 


41,400 


14,871 


_ 


$15,000 


- 


_ 


86,371 










6 15,100 














- 


- 


13,068 


179,987 


24,000 


10,350 


6 $130,000 


- 


- 


15,637 


179,987 


- 


' 4,966 

8 41 


- 


182,075 


24,000 


14,240 


- 


62,700 


$55,469 

9 7,889 

16 12,390 


5,387 


182,075 


" 


11 2,500 
12 636 
"450 




192,440 


22,000 


21,184 




32,811 


95,804 

14 9 


20,632 


192,440 




16 89 
16 3,417 
12 1,565 
" 6,550 




256,457 


24,000 


47,570 


> 




167,125 
14 43 


17,719 


256,457 


- 


18 802 

19 100 


~ 


98,875 


16,000 


13,290 


~ 


30,429 


20 32,975 


6,181 


98,875 


22 3,050 


23 1,744 

24 2,000 


- 


42,145 


15,000 


8,938 


- 


15,000 


25 2,507 

26 700 


~ 


42,145 


- 


- 


625 


13,975 


5,000 


2,100 

2' 375 


~ 


6,500 


~ 


" 


13,975 


22 446 


28 300 


- 


2,846 


2,310 


536 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,846 


- 


29 24,000 


160 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


33,324 


20,000 


325 


- 


12,400 


63 


536 


33,324 


- 


13 2,346 


85,465 


400,494 


50,000 


10,192 


- 


276,760 


31 63,542 


- 


400,494 


22 114,500 


S2 2,176 
ss 5,072 


53,955 


442,078 


200,000 


69,912 
34 1,595 


168,571 


2,000 


- 


- 


442,078 


22 3,000 


36 2,500 


12,567 


18,067 


4,500 


- 


9,567 


4,000 


- 


- 


18,067 


- 


- 


- 


113,099 


20,000 


21,259 


• - 


70,417 


1,423 


- 


113,099 


- 


- 


3,407 


11,677 


5,000 


- 


6,677 


- 


- 


- 


11,677 


- 


- 


- 


147,192 


9,000 


6,375 


114,565 


17,252 


- 


- 


147,192 


~ 


" 


" 


87,657 


9,000 


6,233 
89 626 

40 112 

34 278 


" 


59,711 


11,697 




87,657 


22 10,000 


- 


16,003 


94,566 


25,000 


5,266 


33,500 


30,800 


- 


- 


94,566 


- 


" 4,716 
42 499,700 
« 47,129 


- 


876,188 


787,400 


80,604 


- 


- 


8,184 


- 


876,188 


- 


- 


- 


16,210 


10,000 


2,452 


- 


- 


- 


3,758 


16,210 


- 


41 70,000 


- 


869,136 


500,000 


287,823 


- 


- 


81,313 




869,136 


- 


36 4,432 

45 527 


- 


310,763 


160,900 
46 1,800 


88,686 


- 


10,000 


24,306 


25,071 


310,763 




4' 5 

48 42,403 




42,964 


14,500 






25,500 


2,964 




42,964 



27 Labor. 

28 Ford truck. 

29 Liberty Bonds. 
3° And equipment. 

31 Reserves. 

32 Prepaid items. 

33 Metropolitan Air Goods account. 

34 Accrued interest. 



33 None held since organization. 

36 Fixtures. 

3' And furniture and fixtures. 

38 Including automobiles, tires and 

tubes, auto parts, oil and gas. 

39 Accrued taxes. 

40 Accrued wages. 

41 Tools, fixtures and truck. 



42 Formulae, processes and con- 

tracts. 

43 Deferred operating expenses. 

44 Securities. 

43 Unexpired insurance. 

46 Cash for stock not issued. 

47 Furniture. 

48 Investments. 



188 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 

1 
"3 


.9 
a 


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






^ 


o 


Q 


< 


(S 


^ 


S 


o 


Atlantic Decorating Com- 


Dec. 28, 


Oct. 1, 


Sept. 29, 


sio.ooo 


_ 


_ 


$10,988 


$5,054 


pany, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Atlantic Dyestuff Company, 


Aug. 14, 


lApr. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


$78,476 


$36,125 


88,740 


2 67,557 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Isinglass Company, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 30, 


30,000 


- 


409 


21,866 


20,224 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Atlantic Lard Company, Bos- 


Nov. 22, 


Oct. 15, 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


937 


35,391 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 18, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 30, 


10,000 


- 


600 


300 


7 


pany, Saugus. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Monthly Company, 


June 3, 


May 20, 


Apr. 30, 


100,000 


- 


- 


4,404 


101,766 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Monthly Press, Inc., 


Oct. 25, 


Sept. 10, 


Sept. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


9,332 


2,828 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Motor and Supply 


Apr. 17, 


iMch. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


15,831 


1,622 


6,469 


Company (Inc.), Somer- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












ville. 


















Atlantic Petroleum Company, 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


" 132,164 


- 


11,759 


4,520 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Printing Company, 


Sept. 14, 


19 _ 


Apr. 30, 


60,000 


_ 


20 79,814 


9,931 


25,832 


Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Atlantic Rope and Line Com- 


May 2, 


Apr. 23, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3,000 


4,434 


6,426 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Rubber Company, 


May 24, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


18,500 


7,413 


4,775 


Quincy. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlantic Transportation Co., 


May 22, 


19 _ 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


363 


Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Atlantic Wet Wash Laundry 


May 31, 


May 29, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


900 


- 


Company, Quincy. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlantic Works, Boston, 


Mch. 6, 
1918. 


Jan. 21, 
1918. 


Dee. 31, 
1917. 


400,000 


305,300 


221,327 


183,882 


487,765 


Atlantis Press, The, Cam- 


Mch. 21, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 




S9 11,931 


12,112 


6,699 


bridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlas Box Company, Somer- 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


11,226 


8,570 


6,396 


ville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlas Chemical Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


9,100 


2,000 


51,447 


20,580 


The, Waltham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlas Fihn Corporation, New- 


Sept. 3, 


June 4, 


June 1, 


150,000 


26,216 


7,652 


9,207 


2,594 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Atlas Mills, The, Boston, . 


Feb. 13, 
1918. 


Jan. 7, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


1,000 


~ 


~ 


750 


6,744 


Atlas Portland Cement Com- 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


112,942 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlas Shoe Company, Boston, 


Sept. 25, 
1918. 


Sept. 4, 
1918. 


July 1, 
1918. 


20,000 


"" 


" 


170,097 


164,407 


Atlas Window Shade and 


May 2, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,914 


Screen Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Atlas Yarn Company, Boston, 


Apr. 13, 
1918. 


Feb. 2, 
1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 








207 



1 Adjourned. 

2 And deferred expenses. 
5 Fixtures. 

^ Furniture and fixtures. 

5 Patent rights. 

s To officers. 

' Treasury stock (purchased). 



8 Manuscripts. 

3 Investments. 
1" U. S. certificates for taxes. 
" Subscription liability. 

12 Taxes accrued and estimated. 

13 Good will. 

1^ Leases and equipment. 



16 Oil in tanks. 

18 Deferred charges. 

1' Stock in treasury. 

18 Promotion expense. 

19 None held m 1918. 
■ 20 And plant. 

21 Furniture, fixtures and auto. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



189 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








I 


yUBILITIES. 


















. 


J. 


-i 




■ 




S3 


§ 


1 




§ 


fS 


1 


J2 

-a 




J 






V 

1 

i 


-a 
a 


"3 
1 


So 

s 

• 3 




il 


II 




"3. 
1 


"a 

1 

Pi 


i 


- 


- 


- 


$16,042 


$7,500 


$1,399 


- 


$2,500 


- 


$4,643 


$16,042 


- 


- 


- 


270,898 


50,000 


54,896 


$50,000 


99,389 


$16,613 


- 


270,898 


- 


3 $579 


- 


43,078 


30,000 


1,428 


- 


- 


- 


11,650 


43,078 


- 


^64 


- 


36,392 


5,000 


31,205 


- 


- 


- 


187 


36,392 


6 $9,000 


- 


- 


9,907 


9,435 


6 428 


- 


- 


- 


44 


9,907 


- 


' 17,000 

8 6,078 

9 107,643 


- 


243,891 


65,000 


13,853 

11 65,748 

12 15,947 


- 


~ 


83,343 


~ 


243,891 


" 1,500 


10 7,000 


- 


13,660 


5,800 


2,694 


- 


3,500 


- 


1,666 


13,660 


- 


- 


- 


23,922 


1,300 


5,037 


- 


8,200 


9,385 


- 


23,922 


- 


888 

"617 

16 945 

" 8,520 


- 


309,413 


300,000 


5,765 


- 


- 


3,648 


- 


309,413 


13 3,600 


18 150,000 

21 2,088 

22 1,100 

23 1,529 


- 


123,894 


34,600 


25,596 

24 1,999 

25 6,171 


- 


26,562 


16,398 
28 12,568 


with 
surplus 


123,894 


5 1,000 




$1,718 


17,578 


10,000 


3,278 


- 


4,300 


- 


- 


17,578 


13 1,000 
5 200 




9,265 


45,203 


25,000 


12,203 


_ 


8,000 


- 


- 


45,203 


2' SO 






















13 5,000 


28 15,000 


- 


15,363 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


29 801 

so 597 


8,965 


15,363 


13 2,231 


31 2,600 


- 


5,731 


5,000 


731 


- 


- 




- 


5,731 




32 25,000 
33 2,000 

34 20,625 
35 5,100 

22 59,763 




1,310,762 


400,000 


130,645 
36 225,000 
37 40,000 






38 50,000 


465,117 


1,310,762 


- 




6,787 


37,529 


15,000 


4,993 


- 


17,536 


- 


- 


37,529 


- 


40 291 


- 


26,483 


10,000 


2,967 


- 


11,250 


2,266 


- 


26,483 


- 


" 213,417 


- 


296,544 


10,000 


16,665 


10,000 


■- 


259,879 


- 


296,544 


- 


- 


42,241 


87,910 


84,220 


197 


- 


3.493 


- 


- 


87,910 


- 


- 


- 


7,494 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,494 


- 


7,494 


- 


- 


- 


112,942 


1,000 


105,293 


- 


- 


- 


6,649 


112,942 


- 


- 


- 


334,504 


20,000 


312,427 


- 


- 


- 


2,077 


334,504 


- 


- 


4,548 


6,462 


2,000 


4,462 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,462 


- 


- 


49,793 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


50,000 



22 Liberty Bonds. 

23 Prepaid items. 

24 Accrued iaterest. 

25 Interest on plant investment. 

26 Reserve accounts. 
2' Trade-marks. 

28 U. S. government certificates. 



29 Reserve for war excess profits tax. 

30 Reserve for income tax. 

31 Automobile and trucks. 

32 Patterns and drawings. 

33 Horses and vehicles. 

34 East Boston Dry Dock Co. stock. 

35 Atlantic Works stock. 



36 Federal taxes. 

37 Dividend. 

38 Reserve for depreciation. 

39 And type. 

40 Prepaid expenses. 

41 Stocks and bonds. 



190 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Attleboro Automobile Com- 

|f pany, Attleboro. 

Attleboro Braiding Company, 
Attleboro. 

Attleboro Prass Company, 

t The, Attleboro. 

Atwater Knitting Company, 

r- The, Westfield. 

Atwood & Payne Company, 
Boston. 

Atwood Bog Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Atwood Paper Company, 
Brockton. 

Atwood-Robbins Lumber 
Company, Plymouth. 

Atwood Specialty Company, 
Stoughton. 

Aube Smoke Consumer Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Auburn Agency Company, 
Boston. 

Auburn Last Company, 
Framingham. 

Auburn Worsted Company, 
Inc., Boston. 

Auditorium Amusement Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Augustus Nickerson Inc., 
Boston. 



Austin Dog Bread & Animal 
Food Company, Boston. 

Austin H. Perry Co., Haver- 
hill. 

Austin-Sutherland Lumber 
Co., Inc., The, Lawrence. 

Auto Bill Post, Inc., Boston, . 

Auto Parts & Repair Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Auto Parts Mfg. Co. Inc., 
Waltham. 

Auto Rapid Transit Com- 
pany, Lowell. 

Auto Time Saver Repak Kit 
Company, Boston. 

Auto Wind Shield Company, 
Cambridge. 

Autocraft Corporation, The, 
Boston. 

Automatic Accoimting Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Automatic Air Brake Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Automatic Electric Piano 
Company, Everett. 

Automatic Fire Arms Com- 
pany, Boston. 



21, 



11, 



Mch. 11, 

1918 
May 10, 

1918 
Jan 

1918 
Apr. 27, 

1918 
Oct. 

1918 
June 

1918 
Apr. 26 

1918 
Nov. 21, 

1918 
May 

1918 
Oct. 21 

1918 
Apr. 22, 

1918 
Mch. 18 

1918, 
May 

1918, 
May 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 



Mch. 22, 

1918 
June 19, 

1918 
Apr. ] 

1918 
May 

1918 
May 17, 

1918 
July ] 

1918 
July 

1918 
Oct. 

1918, 
May 

1918 
Mch. 11 

1918 
June 20, 

1918 
May 31, 

1918 
Sept. 13 

1918 
May 20 

1918 



Jan. 21, 

1918. 
Jan. 12, 

1918 
Jan. 

1918, 
Jan. 

1918 



June 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Oct. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
>4 Oct. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 



Feb. 

1918 
June 

1918 
'■i Feb. 

1918 

25- 

Jan. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
May 

1918 



Mch. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918, 



Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
June 30 

1918. 
Mch. 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Sept. 30 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
June 30 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 



Dec. 31 

1917. 
May 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Apr. 30 

1918. 
June 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Feb. 28 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Mav 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 



1 85,000 

50,000 

5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

40,000 

12,000 

40,000 

5,000 

50,000 

250,000 

100,000 

50,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

75,000 

25,000 

4,500 

12,000 

50,000 

10,000 

50,000 

2,000 

450,000 

400,000 

300,000 

25,000 

25,000 



Assets. 



$3,665 
85,000 



7,500 
47,725 



1,176 



36,302 



5,000 



21,713 



3 o c3 o m 



$2,234 

108,971 

3,205 

17,229 

500 



29,843 
6,192 



5,000 
3,000 



8,074 



9,943 
i 5,058 



s» 9,965 



$2,635 
78,237 

1,576 
14,220 

1,810 

919 

36,899 

37,112 

126 

1,350 



2,036 
4,498 



14,177 
51,178 



32,240 

1,000 

2,755 
7,589 

8,300 



1 Buildings on leased land. 

2 Fixtures. 

' Prepaid insurance. 
" None held in 1918. 
^ Good will, 
s Vessel property. 



' Securities. 

8 Tools and fixtures. 

9 Fixtures, etc. 
w Equipment. 

11 Liberty Bonds. 

12 Undivided profits. 



13 Patent rights. 

1* Adjourned. 

15 Stock in corporations. 

15 Reserve. 

1' Insurance. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



191 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


a, 


i 

a 


T3 
CI 
OS 

tS 
O 


3 


-2 
CO 

1 
'3. 

03 

o 


Ah 

8 05 

< 


J. 

-a 
a 

1^ 


J. 

■a 
a 

Si 

"ca-3 
o « 
E 


3 

3 
02 


1 
1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


$14,993 


$3,000 


$6,934 


- 


$1,278 


- 


$3,781 


$14,993 


- 


- 


- 


367,877 


50,000 


69,523 


- 


1,288 


$247,066 


- 


367,877 


- 


= $271 


- 


7,000 


5,000 


272 


- 


- 


1,728 


- 


7,000 


- 


3 93 


$17,509 


54,811 


48,000 


6,811 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54,811 


« S2,500 


6 3,000 

' 1,000 

8 419 


- 


22,078 
51,521 


7,500 
40,000 


229 
1,142 


$5,500 


8,000 


_ 


849 
10,379 


22,078 
51,521 


- 


9 1,374 


- 


53,990 


10,000 


9,011 


- 


9,000 


25,979 


- 


53,990 


" 5,000 


i» 2,283 
11 5,000 


- 


73,207 
5,126 


40,000 
5,000 


4,194 


- 


10,000 


12 14,447 


4,566 
126 


73,207 
5,126 


13 26,000 
6 5,000 


- 


1,142 


33,542 


29,000 


- 


- 


4,542 


- 


- 


33,542 


15 244,882 


- 


253,741 


232,300 


- 


- 


2,500 


17,236 
16 500 


1,205 


253,741 


'20,000 


174,115 


- 


153,085 


80,025 


24,419 


13 9,700 


9,473 




29,468 


153,085^ 


f B 7,000 


2 600 

"588 


736 


13,355 
14,252 


10,000 
10,000 


3,355 
3,199 


- 


~ 


1,053 


- 


13,355 
14,252 


6 6,700 


3 65 
=»500 
21221 
22 566 




10,040 
19,222 


8,500 
10,000 


319 

4,952 




475 


746 

1 


4,270 


10,040 
19,222 


5 2,000 


- 


- 


223,556 
10,000 


75,000 
10,000 


- 


- 


137,650 


3,533 
23 7,373 


- 


223,556 
10,000 


" 4,480 


- 


6,144 


10,624 


4,500 


3,824 


- 


2,300 


- 


- 


10,624 


- 


- 


- 


53,089 


8,000 


6,119 


- 


28,377 


10,593 


- 


53,089 


5 200 


- 


- 


200 


200 


- 


- 


• - 


- 


- 


200 


- 


- 


5,800 


6,800 


4,300 


- 


26 2,500 


- 


- 


- 


6,800 


13 12,500 
6 12,500 


: 


36,671 


25,000 
75,015 


25,000 
2,000 


67,015 


27 5,000 


1,000 


_ 


_ 


25,000 
75,015 


13 354,500 
5 112,667 
13 15,000 


29 354,200 


30,800 


485,315 
400,000 


278,500 
400,000 


- 


27,260 


~ 


~ 


179,555 


485,315 
400,000 


13 300,658 


20 3,500 
31 128,625 


18,980 


442,753 
27,280 


300,000 
25,000 


5,069 
2,280 


2,400 


300 


~ 


134,984 


442,753 
27,280 


- 


- 


28,000 


28,100 


25,000 


500 


- 


2,600 


~ 


~ 


28,100 



15 Mortgage indebtedness. 
19 Unexpired insurance. 
2" Investments. 

21 Organization and legal. 

22 Office furniture and fixtures. 



23 Reserve for taxes. 

2'' Corporation has done no business. 

25 None held since organization. 

26 Mortgage notes. 

27 Mortgage. 



28 And tools. 

29 Treasury stock. 

3° And equipment and fixtures. 

31 Trustee for treasury. 

32 Experimental machinery. 



192 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





S 






^^ 














.S 


1 


03 

a. 




Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 






■es, 
lise, 
and 
Proc- 




TION. 




1 
"o 


C3 


-a 


3 
1 




anufactui 
Mercham 
Material, 
Stock in ] 
ess. 




^ 


Q 


Q 


-5* 


tf 


S 


S 


o 


Automatic Individual Butter 


Apr. 12, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


8100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$827 


Cutter Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Automatic Safety Fire Valve 


Meh. 2, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 15, 


95,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Automatic Sprinkler Company 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


33,938 


of Massachusetts, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Automatic Wood Heel Ma- 


Sept. 23, 


June 1, 


June 1, 


25,000 


- 


55,000 


- 


- 


chinery Co., Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Auxiliary Fire Alarm Com- 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


$350 


414 


pany of Boston, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Avena Shops, Incorporated, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Mch. 8, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


8,150 


2,122 


42 


The, Chautauqua, N. Y. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Averell & Thayer Co., Brock- 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


S4,350 


2,209 


2,580 


3,448 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avery & Lowry Company, 


Oct. 21, 


Aug. 5, 


June 29, 


300,000 


- 


- 


314,826 


236,936 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Avery & Woodbury Co., Mil- 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


45,836 


15,257 


ford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avery Chemical Company, 


May 7, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


580,000 


531,731 


with R. E. 


110,219 


55,023 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avery Furniture Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


_ 


31,938 


49,319 


Framingham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avery Hotel Company, Bos- 


Mav 18, 


Jan. 10, 


Sept. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


7,990 


7,186 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avery Japanning Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


48,482 


17,446 


15,679 


2,524 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Avon Sole Company, Hol- 


Aug. 16, 


Julv 16, 


June 30, 


200,000 


29,557 


" 64,155 


115,185 


66,329 


brook. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Ayer Farmers' Co-operative 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


3,967 


1,325 


5,611 


9,873 


Exchange, Ayer. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Ayer Mills, Boston, 


Sept. 20, 
1918. 


Aug. 21, 
1918. 


June 30, 
1918. 


2,000,000 


2,195,176 


1,340,148 


4,098,564 


147,885 


Ayer Tanning Company, 


May 24, 


25 Feb. 13, 


Jan. 1, 


300,000 


20,950 


withR.E. 


777,312 


537,237 


Ayer. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. A. Collins & Co. (Inc.), 


Apr. 8, 


26 Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,841 


9,959 


5,681 


Springfield. 


1918.^ 


1918. 


1917. 












B. A. Corbin & Son Company, 


May 17, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


650,000 


225,023 


with R. E. 


1,649,452 


756,347 


Marlborough. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. A. Kaiser Company, Bos- 


Feb. 21, 


Feb. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


13,670 


72,453 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. A. Snyder Company, Bos- 


May 31, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,022 


16,639 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. & A. D. Fessenden Co., 


Oct. 16, 


Oct. 7, 


July 31, 


200,000 


270,777 


29 68,428 


204,806 


82,729 


Townsend. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B & B Iron Works, Inc., 


Sept. 13, 


Aug. 12, 


Julv 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,830 


500 


3,516 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B & G Shoe Company, Bos- 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


19,320 


15,455 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. B. Freight and Express 


Feb. 25, 


33 Nov. 23, 


Nov. 23, 


25,000 


- 


- 


15,250 


2,754 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












B. B. Noyes Company, Green- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


12,000 


21,500 


2,163 


9,523 


15,335 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. C. Company, Quincy, 


May 7, 
1918. 


Feb. 7, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


5,000 


~ 


~ 


513 


1,779 


B. C. F. Realty Corporation, 


July 1, 


May 9, 


Apr. 1, 


99,000 


85,920 


- 


- 


110,529 


Boston. " 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Good will. 

3 Balance on unfinished contracts. 
^ Furniture. 

5 Investments. 

6 Reserve. 



' Fixture account. 
s Team account. 
9 Stock of other companies. 
1° Patent rights and trade-marks. 

11 Prepaid insurance. 

12 Accrued interest on notes payable. 



13 Payroll accrued, not due. 
1^ Taxes accrued. 

15 Fixtures. 

16 Construction and equipment. 
1' Prepaid expense. 

18 And moulds and equipment. 



1918. 



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193 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


boars 

f2 


3 
g 

1 


1 
1 

U3 




'o. 
a 
O 




J. 

X! 

OS 


1 

•■3 a 


_3 


1 

to 




1 


1 S60,995 


- 


- 


861,822 


860,995 


$244 


- 


- 


$583 


- 


$61,822 


1 95,000 


- 


- 


95,000 


95,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


95,000 


2 3,000 
» 25,000 


3 815,610 
4 223 


$9,000 


52,771 
39,000 


5,000 
25,000 


46,566 
14,000 


~ 


~ 


1,205 


with 
surplus 


52,771 
39,000 


2 4,650 


- 


306 


5,720 


5,000 


720 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,720 


- 


- 


3,624 


13,938 


11,500 


1,038 


$1,400 


- 


- 


- 


13,938 


2 4,000 


- 


- 


16,587 


8,000 


4,587 


- 


$4,000 


- 


- 


16,587 


- 


5 17,335 


- 


569,097 


125,700 


8,582 


- 


200,000 


6 30,000 


$204,815 


569,097 


2 2,000 

10 1 


7 5,000 

8 1,500 
9 100 

" 5,312 

" 3,967 


- 


69,693 
702,286 

85,224 


50,000 
429,380 

11,000 


4,089 

55,596 

12447 

13 2,312 

" 1,300 

11,051 


16,000 


10,900 

88,472 

28,800 


108,779 
33,000 


4,704 

with 
surplus 

1,373 


69,693 
702,286 

85,224 


2 70,000 


16 51,134 
1' 1,750 


: 


138,060 
84,131 


50,000 
40,000 


38,033 
6,509 


~ 


42,250 
37,000 


~ 


7,777 
622 


138,060 
84,131 


1 5,000 
» 4,400 


20 3,335 
21 150 


2,736 


287,961 
23,662 


167,228 
6,980 


51,456 

1,587 


61,914 
22 1,900 


13,195 


7,363 


_ 


287,961 
23,662 


2 831 


- 


- 


7,781,773 

1.335,499 

18,312 


2,090,000 

300,000 

7,000 


419,468 

736,382 

1,976 


- 


558,000 

23 2.000,000 

with accts. 

payable 

4,500 


2,579,305 
24 225,000 


299,117 
4,836 


7,781,773 

1,335,499 

18,312 


- 


5 89,682 


27 12,936 


2,733,440 


650,000 


1,071,778 


- 


791,999 


- 


219,663 


2,733,440 


- 


28 1,000 


- 


87,123 


25,000 


41,989 


- 


- 


9,867 


10,267 


87,123 


- 


- 


9,759 


29,420 


10,000 


14,567 


- 


4,853 


- 


- 


29,420 


- 


30 9,960 


- 


636,700 


200,000 


69,030 


- 


110,341 


257,329 


- 


636,700 


2 1,400 


31 100 
82 100 


~ 


7,446 
34,775 


5,000 
3,500 


2,193 
29,866 


~ 


- 


_ 


253 
1,409 


7,446 
34,775 


- 


481 


- 


18,485 


11,000 


3,126 


- 


- 


6 2,115 


2,244 


18,485 


- 


- 


- 


48,521 


12,000 


1,398 


10,000 


16,200 


- 


8,923 


48,521 


- 


- 


7 


2,299 


1,000 


1,299 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,299 


- 


- 


- 


196,449 


48,000 


122,324 


- 


- 


- 


26,125 


196,449 



19 Trade-marks. 

20 Prepaid expeases. 

21 Office fixtures. 

22 Mortgage. 

23 Construction notes. 



2'' Reserve for taxes. 

2» Should have been held. 

26 Date of postponement. 

2' Deferred charges to profit and loss. 

28 Office and store equipment. 



29 Less reserve. 

30 Deferred charge 

31 Treasury stock. 

32 Liberty Bond. 

33 Adjourned. 



194 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




6 


1 
1 

c3 


1 

i 

"o 

.£ 


ithorized Capital 
Stock. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


i 
1 


M 
1 


anufactures. 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 1 


.2 




^ 


P 


Q 


< 


tf 


IS 


S 


o 


B. D. Eisendrath Tanning 


May 18, 


May 8, 


Apr. 1, 


$5,000 


_ 


_ 


$30,208 


_ 


Corporation, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. D. Rising Paper Company, 


Aug. 30, 


July 30, 


June 30, 


700,000 


$573,582 


$365,119 


543,141 


$206,729 


Great Barrington. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. E. Cole Co. Inc., Haverhill, 


Oct. 11, 

1918. 


July 11, 
1918. 


June 1, 
1918. 


400,000 


- 


5 25,891 


422,251 


196,303 


B. F. Arnold Co., Worcester, . 


Apr. 2, 
1918. 


7 Mch. 21, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


5 5,305 


44,176 


24,138 


B. F. Keith Theatre Com- 


July 8, 


9 - 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


63,417 


pany of Boston, Boston, . 


1918. 




1918. 












B. F. Keith's Lowell Theatre 


July, 8, 


9 _ 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,193 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












B. F. Marsh Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


14,824 


5 1,356 


15,489 


16,235 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. F. Perkins and Son, Incor- 


May 31, 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 31, 


500,000 


192,358 


6 42,753 


104,167 


70,322 


porated, Holyoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. F. Smith and Company, In- 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


8,000 


6,386 


3,000 


10,538 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. F. Sturtevant Company, 


Nov. 20, 


7 Sept. 25, 


June 30, 


3,750,000 


16 881,662 


» 673,569 


1,404,642 


2,725,130 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. Feinberg Sons Company, 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


623 


1,918 


39,809 


34,463 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. Fleigel Company, Chelsea, 


Apr. 9, 
1918. 


Feb. 11, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


B. G. Luther Company, 


Nov. 4, 


Oct. 26, 


Oct. 1, 


20,000 


- 


11,294 


8,736 


15,853 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. Greenwald Company, Bos- 


Apr. 8. 


Jan. 8, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


■ 


4,960 


8,981 


25,906 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. H. Roberts Co., Inc., The, 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


855 


13,062 


15,238 


Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 




\ 








B. I. Seder Company, The, 


Aug. 26, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


250 


400 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. J. Baker & Company, Inc., 


Apr. 23, 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 4, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. J. Mulligan & Son, Inc., 


Sept. 5, 


22 _ 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,500 


5,349 


15,809 


Salem. 


1918. 




1918. 












B. Kuposky Company, Bos- 


Aug. 26, 


June 13, 


June 13, 


5,000 


- 


- 


500 


14,157 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. L. Tim Lumber Company, 


May 2, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


5,000 


23,090 


147,273 


132,888 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. M. Jones and Company, 


Jan. 28, 


2^ Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


125,000 


- 


- 


2,014 


12,045 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. ' 


1917. 












B. 0. & G. C. Wilson, Inc., 


May 11, 


Feb. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


600,000 


- 


26 4,181 


15,509 


3,049 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












B. R. Claflin, Inc., North- 


May 23, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


2,500 


266 


bridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












BRE Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. 15, 


22 _ 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


2,433 


- 


26,183 


8,620 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












B. S. Hatch Company, New- 


May 7, 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


18,808 


1,300 


17,596 


55,741 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












B. S. Roy & Son Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


7,010 


22,047 


18,424 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Taxes accrued. 

2 Interest accrued. 

' Reserve for depreciation. 
* Reserve for taxes. 

5 And equipment. 

6 Good win. 
' Adjourned. 



s Reserve. 
9 None held in 1918. 
1" Good will and leasehold interest. 

11 Furniture and fixtures. 

12 Automobiles. 

1' Deferred charges. 



15 Liberty Bonds. 

16 Subject to depreciation reserve. 

17 Stocks and bonds. 

18 Patterns. 

19 Horses and drays. 
2° Patent rights. 

21 Stocks. 



1918.1 



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195 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


1^^ 


i 

J 

1 


o 
>-) 

T3 


3 


s 

CO 

& 
o 


■i 


-i 

i 

a 

■3 ^ 


J. 

1 

ii 

O tu 

5 


J 
"3. 

1 


13 

ca 


1 




- 


- 


S30,208 


$5,000 


$25,208 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$30,208 


6 $30,000 


; 




1,688,571 

674,445 


700,000 
242,000 


58,279 

I 2,471 

2 625 

181,884 


$205,000 


8326,000 
240,500 


$263,080 

3 123,116 

i 10,000 


$10,061 


1,688,571 
674,445 


w 20,000 


11 327,000 


: 


73,619 
110,417 


25,000 
50,000 


11,940 

17,410 


_ 


10,000 


25,479 
8 1,200 


43,007 


73,619 
110,417 . 


ID 4,800 


- 


- 


11,993 


5,000 


6,261 


- 


- 


- 


732 


11,993 




12 3,215 

"534 

13 419 

15 150,000 




62,072 
559,600 


15,000 
450,000 


15,092 
47,454 


18,800 


35,000 


14 782 
27,146 


2,398 


52,072 
559,600 


6 1,000 


- 


Sl,231 


30,155 


30,000 


155 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,155 




1' 333,536 
IS 175,000 

19 3,437 




6,193,539 
80,250 


3,750,000 
16,200 


245,790 
6,149 




1,060,000 
40,000 


« 65,618 

3 149,707 

922,424 

17,901 




6,193,539 
80,250 


20 25,000 


- 


- 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


35,883 


20,000 


1,929 


350 


4,500 


4,662 


4,442 


35,883 


- 


- 


13,163 


53,010 


45,000 


8,010 


- 


- 


- 


- 


53,010 


6 3,000 


- 


- 


32,155 


10,000 


12,779 


- 


4,200 


5,176 


- 


32,155 


- 


- 


- 


650 


500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150 


650 


- 


21 51,500 


- 


51,500 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,500 


- 


- 


51,500 


- 


23 2,000 


- 


24,658 


10,000 


268 


- 


7,587 


6,803 


- 


24,658 


- 


11500 


- 


15,157 


5,000 


1,886 


- 


160 


5,073 


3,038 


15,157 


6 4,471 


- 


15,768 


328,490 


35,000 


16,915 


- 


276,575 


- 


- 


328,490 


- 


25 3,540 


- 


17,599 


- 


2,731 


- 


- 


14,868 


- 


17,599 


2' 7,340 


11 1,178 
28 9,400 

29 138,800 

30 391,500 


33,453 
234 


604,410 
3,000 


459,800 
2,500 


4,122 
466 




918 


31 138,800 


32 770 
34 


604,410 
3,000 


20 1 


- 


4,140 


41,377 


5,000 


4,382 


- 


31,995 


- 


- 


41,377 


- 


23 14,140 
33 3,700 
35 1,493 


- 


111,285 
48,974 


25,000 
10,000 


59,370 

3,324 
36 1,419 

3U11 


18,750 


- 


915 
34 7,250 
34,120 


- 


111,285 

48,974 


22 None held since oi 


ganization 




26 


And tools, etc. 




32 Installments. 




23 U. S. bonds. 






27 


Good win and lease. 




33 Horses, carts, etc. 




2« Corporation in pre 


cess of liqi 


lida- 


23 


Formulae. 




34 Depreciation. 




tion. 






29 


Treasury stock. 




35 Patterns and half-t 


3nes. 


25 Investment secu] 


ities at 


cost 


SO 


Services. 




36 W. A. Underwood. 




pric 


e. 






31 


Working ca 


pital. 




8' John Zii 


omerinaiii. 





196 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





S 

OS 

S 


a 
1 


a 

a 
s 

a 
3o 


O. 
es 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


S 


& 


ctures, 
handise, 
rial, and 
; in Proc- 












•2^ 




a 


a'a <aM 


S'S 




§3 
.33 


o 

1 


o 


1^ 


"3 


3 

(3 


anuf 
Men 
Mat 
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ess. 


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^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


tS 


S 


S 


o 


B. S. Snow Company, Boston, 


Oct. 
1918 


6, June 20, 
1918. 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


$80,000 


- 


- 


$33,713 


$30,343 


B. Slepian Co., Boston, . 


Feb. 
1918 


7, 6 Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Nov. 30, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


$400 


4,544 


4,912 


B. Specter Company, Worces- 


Mch. 


28, Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


2,715 


9,420 


1,123 


ter. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












B. W. Neal, Inc., Brookline, . 


Mch. 
1918 


8, Feb. 15, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


20,000 


- 


900 


2,674 


47,051 


B. Weinberg Company, Inc., 


May 


27, Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


300 


40 


40 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Babbitt Steam Specialty Co., 


May 


24, Apr. 20, 


Mch. 31, 


30,000 


$7,000 


5,200 


25,877 


18,744 


New Bedford. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Babcock-Davis Corporation, 


Apr. 


2, Mch. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


8,222 


20,000 


29,734 


Cambridge. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Babcook Varnish Company, 


Jan. ^ 


28, Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


2,658 


14,226 


35,173 


The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Babson-Dow Manufacturing 


May 


1, Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


225,000 


- 


110,180 


19,731 


49,527 


Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Babson's Statistical Organiza- 


Apr. ] 


1, Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


74,345 


- 


- 


37,180 


tion, Incorporated, Welles- 
ley. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bachrach Lumber Company, 


Mch. 1 


0, Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


4,000 


1,350 


725 


250 


Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Back Bay Electrotype Com- 


Apr. ] 


6, Mch. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


23,521 


4,330 


9,417 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Back Bay Storage Warehouse 


Apr. 1 


3, Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,220 


Co., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bacon Felt Company, Win- 


Feb. 2 


8, Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


2,700 


9,042 


17,339 


chester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bacon, Rollins Company, 


June 5 


4, June 19, 


May 31, 


50,000 


- 


23 19,033 


72,026 


49,791 


Lynn. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bacon-Taplin Company, 


Apr. 2 


2, Mch. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


16,952 


14,362 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bader Coal Company, The, 


May 3 


1, Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


- 


- 


159,938 


455,689 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Badger Fire Extinguisher 


Feb. 


5, Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,853 


66,612 


Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bagley Heating Regulator Com- 


Apr. 2 


6, 28 _ 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Incorporated, Boston. 


1918 
















Bailey & Blendinger Manu- 


May 1 


7, May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


2,938 


13,772 


35,976 


54,942 


facturing Company, Wo- 
burn. 
Bailey, Barnes Company, 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Mch. 1 


4, 5 Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


385 


487 


Inc., Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bailey Embroidery Goods 


May 


8, May 1, 


May 1, 


6,000 


- 


- 


so 6,000 


1,125 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bailey Meter Company, Bos- 


Mch. 2 


6, Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


350,000 


- 


23 7,575 


44,920 


25,379 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Baileys, Cleansers & Dyerst 


Apr. 


8, Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


S5 5,285 


1,585 


8,730 


Incorporated, Watertown. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Baihe Basket Manufacturing 


Apr. 1 


2, 5 Mch. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


10,000 


7,500 


5,544 


12,325 


2,010 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bain Brothers Company, Bos- 


Mch. 1 


5, Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


134,899 


125,849 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Baird and Bartlett Company, 


May 1 


4, Apr. 11, 


Mch. 30, 


50,000 


- 


- 


16,891 


138,447 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Baird & McGuire Inc., Hol- 


Mch. 1 


5, Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


5,000 


23 2,125 


7,267 


33,969 


brook. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Trade-marks. 

2 Good will, 
s Fixtures. 

' Investments. 

' Adjourned. * 

8 Liberty Bonds. 

' Teams, tools, furniture, etc. 

8 Prepaid insurance. 



3 Real estate mortgage. 
1" Accounts receivable reserve. 
1' Liberty Bond. 
^2 Liberty Loan. 
13 Suspense. 
1* Patent rights. 

15 Prepaid charges. 

16 Bonds. 



1' Reserves. 

18 Typewriters, office furniture and 

office equipment. 

19 Business and reference library for 

use in business. 

20 Securities held for clients' ad- 

vance payments. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 197 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


bbca — 
ago 

Ph 


i 

J 
1 






s 


>> 

Ph 
S ^ 


1 . 


-i 

■43 a 
ca-o 


1 


i 


3 

^ 


1 $6,000 

2 15,000 

2 750 


3 $7,391 
•" 6,547 


$9,047 


$108,041 
10,606 


$21,000 
5,000 


$87,041 
5,521 


- 


- 


- 


$85 


$108,041 
10,606 


2 10,000 


"110 


- 


23,368 


20,000 


3,145 


- 


- 


- 


223 


23,368 


- 


^ 3,380 


- 


54,005 


20,000 


8,907 


- 


$11,449 


- 


13,649 


54,005 


2 120 


MOO 


- 


600 


300 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


600 


2 7,500 


8 300 


- 


64,621 


19,600 


25,731 


9 $1,200 


3,100 


10 $545 


14,445 


64,621 


- 


11 5,000 


- 


62,956 


35,000 


14,900 


- 


7,443 


5,613 


- 


62,956 


2 2,755 
" 47,421 


12 10,175 

15 1,332 

16 1,894 

18 9,113 

19 3,000 
20 48,037 
12 15,237 


3,875 


64,987 
230,085 
186,912 

10,200 


30,000 
150,000 
100,000 

5,000 


12,822 


5,200 


26,210 
35,000 


5,000 

13 3,777 

43,257 

i? 24,006 

5,125 

21 46,787 


- 


64,987 
230,085 
186,912 

10,200 


- 


- 


3,590 


40,858 


16,000 


8,665 


- 


5,447 


22 10,746 


- 


40,858 


29,147 


- 


- 


10,367 


10,000 


367 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,367 


- 


- 


- 


29,081 


10,100 


12,781 


- 


- 


6,200 


- 


29,081 


- 


2« 2,518 


- 


143,368 


50,000 


22,136 


- 


57,500 


13,732 


- 


143,368 


2 7,860 


25 325 


- 


39,499 


10,000 


17,350 


- 


630 


11,519 


- 


39,499 


2 2,000 


26 1,000 

^ 384,500 

275 


- 


1,001,127 

73,740 


250,000 
5,000 


310,822 
68,740 


- 


- 


208,908 
2' 231,397 


- 


1,001,127 
73,740 


- 


- 


- 


107,628 


20,000 


9,543 


- 


7,500 


31,675 


38,910 


107,628 


- 


29 794 


- 


1,666 


1,000 


251 


- 


- 


415 


- 


1,666 


- 


- 


- 


7,125 


6,000 


910 


- 


- 


- 


215 


7,125 


SI 243,550 

150 
2 16,250 


32 26,000 

33 183 

36 5,500 
39 5,000 


2,698 


347,607 
31,900 
35,577 

265,748 


302,300 

32 26,000 

20,470 

5,000 
3' 5,000 
100,000 


8,481 

739 

6,477 

29,937 


38 2,100 


10,000 

2,250 

17,000 

102,000 


576 
34 250 
2,304 

33,811 


6,137 


347,607 
31,900 
35,577 

265,748 


2 10,000 


6 51,550 


- 


216,888 


50,000 


92,745 


- 


- 


74,143 


- 


216,888 


- 


- 


- 


48,361 


15,000 


6,445 


- 


9,500 


17,416 


- 


48,361 



21 Reserve fund against the cancella- 

tion of customers' subscriptions. 

22 Reserve for depreciation of ma- 

chinery. 

23 And equipment. 

24 Cash-commission advanced on 

future delivery orders. 

25 Bonds. 



26 Office furniture. 
2' Provision for taxes. 

28 None held since reorganization 

(1916). 

29 Office equipment. 

30 And fixtures. 

31 Patent rights and good will. 

32 Subscriptions to preferred stock. 



33 Prepaid taxes. 

s* Reserve for income tax. 

35 And fixtures and equipment. 

36 Water power equipment. 

3' Subscription received on account 
preferred stock. 

38 Mortgage on real estate. 

39 Truck, teams and fixtures. 



198 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 






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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 

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


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Baker & Cassidy Co., Boston, 


Oct. 3, 
1918. 


1 Sept. 30, 
1918. 


Sept. 15, 
1918. 


510,000 


- 


S3, 688 


$400 


$3,865 


Baker & Kimball, Inc., Bos- 


Nov. 1, 


Oct. 1, 


Oct. 1, 


75,000 


- 


3,000 


86,068 


64,992 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Baker Auto Supply Company, 


Mch. 21, 


Dec. 1, 


Nov. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,763 


1,159 


Newton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Baker, Boies & Watson Com- 


May 3, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


~ 


34 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Box Company, Worces- 


Mch. 9, 


Jan. 14, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


$3,850 


5,000 


56,592 


50,123 


ter. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 










f .V4»s 


Baker Bros. & Co., Inc., Bos- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


184,234 


314,189 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker-Burgess Company, 


June 12, 


Jan. 8, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


534 


1,573 


716 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Baker Extract Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


64,000 


24,623 


128,350 


69,525 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Foundry and MacMne 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


9,518 


10,870 


6,897 


15,795 


Company, Amesbury. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Land Co., The, Worces- 


Apr. 26, 


Mch. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


514 


ter. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Lead Manufacturing 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


11,404 


3,567 


17,514 


Company, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Lumber Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 14, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


63,376. 


60,745 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Machine Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


- 


6,350 


4,834 


4,296 


New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 








fhim 




Baker Motor Sales Company, 


Nov. 13, 


Oct. 15, 


Oct. 15, 


5,000 


- 


8 1,555 


9 33,507 


35,742 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Baker Rubber Cement Co., 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


1,800 


- 


- 


- 


12,957 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baker Yacht Basin, Inc., 


Dec. 20, 


Sept. 15, 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


55,632 


7,461 


15,194 


33,146 


Quincy. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bakers Standard Manufac- 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 13, 


Deo. 31, 


5,000 


- 


2,500 


5,164 


1,714 


turing Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Balderston & Co., Incorpo- 


June 21, 


May 13, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


5 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Baldwin Chain and Manufac- 


May 1, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


13 54,489 


250,336 


728,444 


226,680 


turing Company, Worces- 
ter. 
Baldwin Shipping Company 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












May 8, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baldwin's Incorporated, 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


350,000 


- 


- 


56,966 


30,550 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baldwin's Inc. of New Hamp- 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


_ 


_ 


4,829 


441 


shire, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Balfour Company, The, Attle- 


June 8, 


20 Jan. 3, 


Dec. 15, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


borq. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Ball & Burnham, Inc., Cam- 


June 18, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


4,500 


- 


- 


1,000 


2,138 


bridge. 


1918. 


1916. 


1917. 












Ballard Vale Mills Company, 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 15, 


Feb. 5, 


225,000 


67,735 


37,265 


175,939 


80,778 


Andover. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Ballardvale Springs Company, 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


28,006 


5,088 


11,551 


2,164 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












BaUou Manufacturing Com- 


July 18, 


July 1, 


June 30, 


50,000 


- 


3,920 


9,000 


46,344 


pany Incorporated, Attle- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












boro. 


















Bamacea Company, Boston, . 


May 31, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


Dec. 29, 
1917. 


50,000 






766 





1 Adjourned. 

2 Good will. 

3 Investments. 
^ Securities. 

6 Treasury stock 



6 Reserve for depreciation. 
' Patent rights. 
8 And fixtures, etc. 
s And trucks, etc. 



10 Office furniture. 

11 Sundry minor items. 

12 Fixtures. 

13 Equity. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



199 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABILiriES. 


11= 

§28 


i 

8 



1 


■T3 


3 
^ 


4 
s 

"3 

o 


k 

-S 
< 


J. 

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a 

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1 

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ca-3 

O (U 


i 


1 


3" 


2 S4,409 


- 


- 


$12,362 


$10,000 


$2,324 


- 




- 


$38 


$12,362 


- 


3 $3,200 


- 


157,260 


75,000 


53,397 


- 


$25,000 


- 


3,863 


157,260 


2 1,780 


- 


81,264 


7,966 


5,000 


1,438 


- 


1,528 


- 




7,966 


- 


4 3,500 


- 


3,534 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


534 


3,534 


- 


- 


- 


115,565 


25,000 


4,301 


- 


17,500 


- 


68,764 


115,565 


- 


- 


- 


498,423 


40,000 


271,514 


$57,896 


- 


$12,961 


116,052 


498,423 


2 2,000 


5 3,000 


3,604 


11,427 


10,000 


1,427 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,427 


_ 


_ 


5,966 


286,498 
49,046 


150,000 
20,000 


1,959 
29,046 


28,000 


47,000 


53,844 
6 5,695 




286,498 
49,046 


- 


- 


6,338 


11,852 


10,000 


1,852 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,852 


- 


- 


- 


32485 


20,000 


1,842 


- 


- 


10,643 


- 


32,485 


- 


- 


- 


124,121 


25,000 


3,318 


- 


63,615 


32,188 


~ 


124,121 


' 1,000 


- 


- 


16,480 


12,000 


3,996 


- 


- 


- 


484 


16,480 


- 


- 


- 


70,804 


5,000 


21,218 


- 


42,153 


2,433 


with 
surplus 


70,804 


- 


- 


101 


13,058 


1,800 


11,258 


- 


- 


- 


13,058 


'50 


10 1,218 
i'452 
12 443 


2,673 


113,103 
12,544 


35,000 
300 


15,458 
944 


6,000 
11,300 


32,860 


22,801 
6 984 


: 


113,103 
12,544 


2 14,995 


- 


- 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


~ 


- 


- 




15,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,259,949 


143,200 


91,653 


- 


325,000 


460,325 
11 68,247 


171,524 


1,259,949 


- 


- 


150 


150 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 




150 


2 25,000 


15 349,487 
16 19,118 
" 31,672 
3 15,150 
19 35,662 
i« 5,226 
1? 1,377 


- 


502,943 
72,535 


309,500 
55,300 


83,229 
8,964 


- 


73,850 
18 2,094 

7,989 
18 165 


18,463 
117 


15,807 


502,943 
72,535 


2 2,100 


- 


- 


5,238 


3,000 


1,903 


- 


- 


- 


335 


5,238 


- 


» 212,500 


- 


364,217 


225,000 


24,801 


- 


65,000 


- 


49,416 


364,217 


2 50,000 




- 


96,809 


85,925 


4,730 


- 


- 


6,154 




96,809 


- 


- 


- 


59,264 


21,450 


11,671 


- 


21,687 


- 


4,456 


59,264 


22 3,000 
2 25,000 


- 


234 


29,000 


29,000 


- 


- 




- 


- 


29,000 



i* Reserve for federal taxes. 
" Establishment, plants and lease- 
holds. 
16 Utensils. 



1' Deferred charges. 
1* Deferred items. 

19 Eatabhshment, plant, leaseholds, 
etc. 



2" Corporation voted to dissolve at 
special meeting Dec. 15, 191 

21 Liberty Bonds. 

22 Trade-marks. 



200 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Ceetificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Bancroft Garage, Inc., 
Worcester (for 1917). 

Bancroft Garage, Inc., 
Worcester. 

Bancroft Hotel Company, 
Worcester. 



Bancroft Razor Company, 
The, Worcester. 

Bancroft Realty Company, 
Worcester. 

Bancroft Shoe Supply Com- 
pany, Worcester. 

Bancroft Textile Company, 
The, Worcester. 

Bancroft Walker Co., Haver- 
hill. 

Bank Buildings Company, 
The, Boston. 

Bankers' Electric Protective 
Association, Boston. 

Bankers Lock Inspection 
Company, Boston. 

Bankers Mortgage Company, 
Boston. 

Bankers Realty Company, 
Boston. 

Bankers' Service Company, 
The, Boston. 

Banner Publishing Company, 
The, Boston. 

Barber Electric Manufac- 
turing Co., The, North 
Attleborough. 

Barber Leather Company, 
North Adams. 

Barber Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Lowell (for 1917). 

Barber Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Lowell. 

Barbour Stockwell Company, 
Cambridge. 

Barclay, Brown & Bird, In- 
corporated, Boston. 

Barden Brothers Company, 
North Attleborough. 

Barker and Company, Incor- 
porated, Boston. 

Barker-Bond Lumber Com- 
pany, Boston. 



Dec. 20, 
1917. 

June 18, 
1918. 

Apr. 16, 
1918. 



Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 27, 

1918. 
Mav 3, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
Sept. 19, 

1918. 
Nov. 11, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 
May 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 

Apr. 27, 

1918. 
Feb. 5, 

1918. 
July 13, 

1918. 
Mch. 26, 

1918. 

June 21, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 

1918. 
Nov. 7, 

1918. 
Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Feb. 4, 

1918. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
July 5, 

1918. 



May 21, 

1917. 
May 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 



Feb. 21, 

1918. 
Jan. 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 19, 

1918. 
"July 18, 

1918. 
Oct. 21, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 
May 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 23, 

1918. 

3 Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
July 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 18, 

1918. 

Apr. 9, 

1918. 
Sept. 25, 

1917. 
Sept. 24, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 23, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 



Mch. 1, 
1917. 

Mch. 1, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

191§. 
Oct. 17, 

1918. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 

Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
July 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 

Apr. 1, 

1918. 
July 1, 

1917. 
July 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 



825,000 

25,000 

200,000 



10,000 
700,000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
1,000,000 

750,000 
10,000 
25,000 
50,000 

150,000 

5,000 

5,000 

100,000 

15,000 

12,000 

100,000 

50,000 



Assets. 



$1,000 



1,068,354 



$401 
800 



300,000 



15,000 



54,813 



24,700 
54,280 



5,043 



18 1,518 
6,104 



g.2 St. 

5 §3.9 



$356 
1,654 



7,661 



681 
30,379 



15,812 


98,562 


- 


4,251 




500 


- 


300 


19,421 


19,639 


16,834 


180,639 


3,500 


5,890 


4,000 


15,684 


25,543 


115,773 


- 


764 


- 


14,289 


39 616 


- 


- 


1,334 



1 Lease. 

2 Good will. 

s Stocks and bond. 
* Inventories. 
6 Furniture. 
6 Furnishings. 
' Equipment. 



8 Printing press. 

9 Carriage call. 

1° Roof garden improvements. 

11 Betterments. 

12 Prepaid and deferred accounts. 

13 Uniforms. 

I* Bancroft Realty Co. 



15 Accounts accrued. 
18 Investment. 
1' Reserve. 
18 And equipment. 
i» Treasury stock. 

20 Adjourned until Sept. 14, 1918. 

21 Liberty Loan account. 



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- 


- 


$925 


$3,402 


$550 


$2,273 


- 


$579 


- 


- 


$3,402 


2 $158 


- 


- 


5,558 


5,000 


558 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,558 




3 $11,200 

4 84,657 

5 82,743 

6 65,062 

7 28,557 
8 2,341 

9 200 
10 4,480 

11 13,536 

12 26,557 
13 2,115 


11,136 


367,683 


198,200 


56,950 

i« 17,145 

15 5,272 




90,116 






367,683 


- 


- 


16,774 


31,493 


6,700 


4,843 


- 


19,950 


- 


- 


31,493 


2 350,000 


16 12,500 


15,892 


1,480,039 


694,000 


4,300 


$660,300 


67,700 


17 $53,739 


- 


1,480,039 


- 


- 


- 


8,134 


2,000 


1,492 


- 


1,000 


- 


$3,642 


8,134 


2 29,700 


19 1,600 


- 


77,270 


41,400 


9,167 


- 


9,000 


- 


17,703 


77,270 


- 


21250 
22 1,810 


- 


190,718 


50,000 


59,064 
23 3,192 


- 


55,542 


1,914 
24 7,939 


13,067 


190,718 


- 


25 37 


- 


3,098 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


98 


- 


3,098 


26 5,000 


27 2,156 


- 


68,263 


50,000 


1,234 


- 


- 


- 


17,029 


68,263 


2 26,746 


28 17,000 




















2 5,491 


- 


1,427 


7,000 


7,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,000 


- 


29 2,503,576 

30 48,692 

31250 


- 


2,561,518 


1,000,000 


60 
30 9,311 


577,025 
32 84,007 


791,000 


100,115 


- 


2,561,518 


2 324,200 


3" 185,560 
35 125,000 




962,425 


642,500 


44,461 


- 


267,000 


- 


8,464 


962,425 


- 


36 10,000 


- 


10,907 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


907 


10,907 


- 


- 


587 


709 


680 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


709 


- 


- 


- 


69,479 


31,800 


12,133 


- 


10,000 


9,951 


5,595 


69,479 


- 


37 25,000 
31 40,000 


38,456 


508,063 


150,000 


4,188 


107,750 


246,125 


- 


- 


508,063 


- 


- 


- 


17,977 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,977 


17,977 


- 


- 


- 


65,975 


5,000 


5,725 


- 


30,000 


- 


25,250 


65,975 


- 


3' 18,356 


- 


424,734 


100,000 


99,676 


28,500 
3' 18,356 


103,371 


74,831 


- 


424,734 


- 


- 


- 


37,545 


15,000 


22,236 


- 


- 


- 


309 


37,545 


- 


38 600 


- 


19,538 


12,000 


1,138 


- 


4,865 


- 


1,535 


19,538 


- 


« 29,850 


- 


81,991 


40,000 


597 


- 


31,000 


10,394 


- 


81,991 


- 


" 5,000 


- 


119,117 


29,000 


34,642 


- 


26,384 


29,091 


- 


119,117 



22 Prepaid items. 

23 Accrued items. 

2* Reserve for 1918 income and war 
excess profit tax. 

25 Stationery. 

26 Patent rights. 

27 Plant and equipment. 



28 Investments. 

29 Mortgages. 

30 Interest accrued. 

31 Taxes paid. 

32 Uncompleted mortgage '. 

33 Adjourned. 

34 Securities. 



35 Contracts for management. 

36 Copyrights. 

37 Liberty Bonds. 

38 Fixtures. 

39 And tools, etc. 

40 Mill property investment. 

41 Liberty Bond. 



202 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

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Barker Lumber Company, 


Feb. 1 


9, Feb. 11 


Feb. 1, 


$20,000 


$25,250 


_ 


$11,992 


$26,263 


The, Fall River. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Barlow Company, The, Hol- 


Mch. 1 


2, Jan. 


28 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


$9,500 


16,900 


2,794 


yoke. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barnard Brothers Company, 


Apr. 2 


7, Mch. 


6 


Dec. 31, 


7,000 


- 


- 


5 16,064 


2,170 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barnard Company, The, New- 


Oct. 


3, Sept. 


14 


June 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barnard Construction Com- 


July 2 


9, May 


3 


Jan. 25, 


25,000 


- 


- 


800 


12,156 


pany, The, Cambridge. 


1918 


1917 




1918. 












Barnard Manufacturing Com- 


Nov. 


5, Oct. 


24 


Sept. 28, 


500,000 


1,100,000 


with R. E. 


63,983 


346,056 


pany, Fall River. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barnard, Sumner & Putnam 


Feb. 2 


5, Feb. 


21 


Feb. 1, 


240,000 


- 


26,250 


246,226 


222,785 


Company, Worcester. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barnes Pope Electric Com- 


July 


3, May 


28 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,928 


57,870 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barnett Drop Forging Com- 


Feb. 


1, Jan. 


19 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


16,600 


53,961 


45,958 


16,410 


pany, Easthampton. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barney and Berry, Incorpo- 


May 2 


8, May 


15 


Mch. 31, 


75,000 


135,816 


32,368 


431,444 


45,269 


rated, Springfield. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barney Leavitt Company, 


Aug. 1 


3, Apr. 


1 


Mch. 31. 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,500 


2,500 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barnstead Still and Sterilizer 


Apr. 2 


6, Sept. 


19 


Aug. 31, 


150,000 


- 


12,735 


25,107 


14,070 


Co., Boston. 


1918 


1917 




1917. 












Barone Brothers, Incorpo- 


Aug. 


1, July 


1 


Mav 1, 


3,000 


- 




3,500 


44 


rated, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barre Farmers' Co-operative 


Aug. 


9, 14 Mch. 


13 


Dec. 29, 


1,000 


- 


- 


., 


409 


Exchange, Barre. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barrett and Curtis Construc- 


May 


9, 15 Feb. 


5 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


- 


4,000 


1,000 


3,214 


tion Company, Sprmgfield. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barrett Brothers Incorpo- 


Jan. S 


5, Jan. 


14 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


2,800 


50 


7,924 


rated, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barrett Corporation, The, 


Jan. 2 


5, Jan. 


21 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


45,000 


- 


- 


2,553 


Maiden. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barrett's Drug Store, Incor- 


May 


4, '-lApr. 


22 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,020 


376 


porated, Shrewsbury. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barrington Pharmacy, Inc., 


Apr. 1 


0, Feb. 


4 


Jan. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


3,697 


681 


Great Barrington. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barris-Kenyon Company, 


Mch. 2 


8, Mch. 


11 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


45,139 


12,053 


Pittsfield. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barron, Anderson Company, 


May 


1, Dec. 


19 


Nov. 30, 


60,000 


- 


- 


181,339 


129,279 


Boston. 


1918 


1917 




1917. 












Barron Furniture Company, 


May 2 


3, Feb. 


7 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


10,003 


■ 24,763 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Barry & Mitchell Co., Boston, 


June 1 
1918 


8, July 
1917 


2 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


10,000 


~ 


~ 


250 


2,857 


Barry Building Wrecking Co., 


Sept. ] 


1, Sept. 


6 


Aug. 25, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


300 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Barta Press, The, Boston, 


May ] 
1918 


6, May 
1918 


8 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


90,000 


34,940 


27,072 


41,096 


79,306 


Bartlett & Dow Company, 


Mch. 5 


9, Feb. 


19 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


300 


27 1,936 


51,559 


15.407 


Lowell. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bartlett Box & Lumber Co., 


Feb. 2 


1, Oct. 


10 


Oct. 1, 


15,000 


- 


9,100 


9,030 


28,190 


Westborough. 


1918 


1917 




1917. 












Bartlett Investment Co., Bos- 


Apr. ] 


2, Jan. 


7 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


12,800 


ton. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bartlett, Somers Company, 


Mch. 


7, Jan. 


8 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


34 80,690 


132,978 


104.485 


Lynn. 


1918 


1918 


^ 


1917. 













1 Mill stock. 

2 Team account. 
' Mortgage. 

* Bonds. 

6 And tools and fixtures. 

6 Ofiice furniture. 



' Liberty Bond account. 

8 Depreciation. 

9 Tax reserve. 

10 Stock investment. 

11 Patent rights and good will. 

12 Patterns. 



13 Fixtures. 

14 Adjourned. 

15 Should have been held. 

16 250 shares preferred stock of 

company (par). 
1' Thirty-nine shares B. C. stock. 



1918.1 



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Assets - 


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1 


- 


1 53,600 
2 500 


816,427 


$67,605 
45,621 


$20,000 
25,000 


$21,446 
1,401 


3 $10,000 
4 12,120 


$16,159 
7,100 


- 


- 


$67,605 
45,621 


- 


- 


35 


18,269 


7,000 


4,198 


- 


7,071 


- 


- 


18,269 


- 


- 


32,962 


32,962 


5,000 


27,962 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32,962 


- 


6 250 


8,234 


21,440 


5,000 


16,440 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,440 


: 


7 48,218 


- 


1,558,257 
495,261 


500,000 
240,000 


355,681 
101,288 


: 


with accts. 
payable. 


8 $124,323 
9 200,000 


$S78,253 
153,973 


1,558,257 
495,261 


- 


- 


- 


60,798 


10,000 


46,719 


- 


- 


4,079 


- 


60,798 


- 


- 


- 


132,929 


39,700 


10,242 


3 11,900 


69,916 


1,171 


- 


132,929 


- 


10 5,000 


- 


649,897 


75,000 


31,155 


112,500 


128,882 


302,360 


- 


649,897 


- 


- 


- 


4,000 


2,000 


500 


- 


1,000 


- 


500 


4,000 


11 $73,386 


12 10,161 


- 


135,459 


130,000 


5,459 


- 


- 


- 


- 


135,459 


- 


13 2,900 


- 


6,444 


3,000 


3,444 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,444 


- 


- 


- 


409 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


334 


409 


- 


16 25,000 


2,436 


35,650 


35,000 


650 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35,650 


- 


- 


- 


10,774 


10,000 


219 


- 


- 


- 


555 


10,774 


- 


" 2,495 


23,518 


73,566 


45,000 


3,566 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


73,566 


IS 2,500 


IS 1,200 


203 


5,299 


4,800 


499 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,299 




- 


2,499 


6,877 


5,000 


1,877 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,877 




- 


- 


57,192 


15,000 


6,532 


- 


15,000 


9,000 


11,660 


57,193 




w 8,500 

2» 6,675 

21 109,056 

23 1,873 




434,849 
36,639 


60,000 
6,000 


95,782 
8,702 




70,000 
5,611 


22 7,000 
16,326 


202,067 


434,849 
36,639 


- 


- 


4,419 


7,526 


6,000 


1,526 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,526 


"500 


- 


7,538 


10,338 


10,000 


338 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,338 


- 


21 4,473 
25 53,900 
26 6,328 

28 418 

29 5,223 
S3 1,537 


- 


247,115 
74,843 
47,857 


90,000 
30,000 
15,000 


20,790 

7,341 

30 78 

31348 

12,073 


12,000 
10,233 


11,420 


124,325 

25,304 
32 352 


10,551 


247,115 
74,843 
47,857 


- 


- 


- 


12,800 


4,600 


- 


8,200 


- 


- 


- 


12,800 


18 20,000 


~ 


- 


338,153 


147,600 


45,751 


- 


126,000 


18,802 


- 


338,153 



18 Good will. 

19 Fixtures and equipment. 
2" Prepaid items. 

21 Investments. 

22 Reserve for federal income and 

excess profit tax. 



23 Equipment. 

21 And prepaid insurance. 

25 Liberty Bonds. 

26 Other securities. 
2' And fixtures. 

28 Unexpired insurance. 



29 Paid-up life insurance. 

30 Accrued interest. 

31 Accrued taxes. 

32 Reserve for depreciation. 

33 Teams. 

31 And equipment. 



204 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



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Baseball Magazine Company, 


June 28, 


June 26, 


Jan. 1, 


8100,000 


_ 


_ 


$1,231 


$7,088 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Baseball Publishing Co., Bos- 


Mch. 15, 


3 Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


M80 


12,147 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Basle Company, Boston, 


June 26, 
1918. 


May 20, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


$1,000 


747 


2,303 


Basler Shoe & Leather Co., 


Apr. 24, 


Feb. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


8,533 


8,143 


526 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bass Harbor Fish Freezing 


July 30, 


May 11, 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


820,126 


with R. E. 


- 


1,025 


Company, Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bass Point Company, Nahant, 


May 9, 
1918. 


Mch. 19, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


73,000 


3,500 


1,425 


789 


Bassett Cranberry Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


Norwood. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bates & Holdsworth Com- 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


21,000 


- 


- 


11,128 


3,522 


pany, Framingham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bates Brothers Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


20,000 


10,000 


74,433 


100,446 


Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bates Garage Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


4,500 


- 


- 


13,666 


7,045 


Wakefield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bates Piano Company, 


Apr. 11, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


2,195 


8,530 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bates Theatre Company, 


Feb. 19, 


3 Feb. 14, 


Dec. 15, 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Attleboro. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bateswood Knitting Com- 


Apr. 30, 


Jan. 15, 


Dee. 31, 


5,000 


- 


800 


2,069 


542 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Batterman Rubber Company, 


July 12, 


Mch. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


1,155 


19,846 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Battery Whari Store Com- 


Oct. 10, 


Oct. 2, 


Sept. 30, 


307,500 


478,315 


- 


- 


25,992 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Battle Cry of Peace, Inc., 


June 19, 


Nov. 27, 


Oct. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


202 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Battleship Baseball Incorpo- 


July 31, 


July 10, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


500 


463 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Baush Machine Tool Com- 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


1,850,000 


169,416 


177,362 


262,195 


68,175 


pany, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay Farm Company, The, 


Oct. 4, 


June 29, 


May 31, 


100,000 


30,500 






_ 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay Fish Company, Boston, . 


May 
1918 


3, 


Feb. 25, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


3,000 


~ 


~ 


" 


34 


Bay State Amusement Co., 


June 5 


5, 


2^Mch. 7, 


Mch. 7, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,962 


Somerville. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Associates, Inc., 


Mch. : 


2, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,973 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Belting Company, 


Dec. 2 


6, 


Dec. 12, 


Nov. 30, 


300,000 


35,411 


7,164 


297,038 


223,181 


Boston. 


1917 




1917. 


1917. 












Bay State Black Fox Associa- 


June 


8, 


May 7, 


May 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


4,555 


- 


tion Inc., Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Brass Rail Com- 


May 2 


1, 


26 - 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


500 


90 


378 


pany, Boston. 


1918 






1918. 












Bay State Brick Company, 


May 


6, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Brick Company 


Mch. 1 


9, 


Jan 12, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


12,000 


20,013 


2,671 


938 


of Indian Orchard, The, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Springfield. 




















Bay State Chemical Com- 


Apr. S 


4, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,500 


12,320 


35,362 


pany, Boston. 
1 ■■ ■ "" 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 










5 



1 Good will. 

2 Subscription to increased capital 

stock. 

3 Adjourned. 
* And tools. 



6 Plant. 

s Patent rights. 

" Subscription on stock. 

8 Permanent improvements. 

9 Furniture and fixtures. 



10 Liberty Bonds. 

11 Trade-marks. 

12 Investments. 

13 Furniture. 

1^ Patents and gear development. 



1918. 



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of Corporations 


— Continued. 
















Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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3 
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1 

O 


1 


1 887,370 
1 35,981 


6 $5,150 


S602 


896,291 
53,758 


848,230 

2 39,140 

42,620 


' 88,921 
8,347 


- 


82,384 


- 


S407 


896,291 
53,758 


- 


- 


280 


4,330 


3,770 


- 


- 


- 


S279 


281 


4,330 


6 8,000 
1 1,800 


: 


143 
38,595 


27,145 
59,746 


20,100 
^ 2,000 
40,000 


2,915 


86,000 


2,130 
13,746 


~ 


~ 


27,145 
59,746 


- 


- 


217 


78,931 


50,000 


- 


10,000 


18,931 


- 


- 


78,931 


- 


8 1,179 


1,053 


4,232 


2,500 


148 


- 


1,584 


- 


- 


4,232 


1 9,000 


9 3,000 


- 


26,650 


21,000 


2,688 


- 


- 


- 


2,962 


26,650 


- 


1° 4,264 


- 


209,143 


75,000 


33,424 


- 


75,210 


25,509 


- 


209,143 


- 


- 


- 


20,711 


4,500 


6,802 


- 


7,230 




2,179 


20,711 


11 10,000 
1 8,599 
1 1,726 


- 


774 


29,324 
2,500 


25,000 
2,500 


3,723 


- 


- 


601 


; 


29,324 
2,500 


1 1,600 




3,392 


8,403 


5,000 


823 


- 


2,580 


- 


- 


8,403 


11 50,000 


8 800 


39,222 


111,023 


82,800 


10,573 


- 


17,650 


- 


- 


111,023 


- 


12 68,763 
"50 


46,323 


573,070_ 
46,575 


307,500 
46,550 


135,000 
25 


- 


_ 


130,570 


with 
surplus. 


573,070 

46,575 


6 49,000 

1 1,000 

1 1,250,000 

" 27,160 

1 50,000 


15 100,442 

16 7,206 

" 64,916 

18 8,438 

19 48,900 

2» 23,024 


- 


50,963 
2,207,234 

80,500 


50,000 
1,750,000 

80,500 


134,435 
21 15,704 


100,000 


195,508 
22 10,522 


1,065 


963 


50,963 
2,207,234 

80,500 


- 


23 3,500 


- 


3,534 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


534 


3.534 


- 


25 1,000 


- 


8,962 


1,000 


7,684 


- 


- 


- 


278 


8,962 


- 


- 


325 


9,298 


2,500 


6,798 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,298 


- 


- 


- 


562,794 


300,000 


150,943 


- 


- 


530 


111,321 


562,794 


- 


- 


10,445 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


1150 


- 


3,334 


4,452 


3,200 


1,252 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,452 


1 300,000 


- 


- 


300,000 


300,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300,000 


- 


- 


6,596 


42,218 


4,000 


1,448 


- 


36,770 


- 


- 


42,218 


c::i:_, - 


- 


- 


49,182 


16,500 


9,663 


- 


10,000 


- 


13,019 


49,182 

s 



15 Tools, jigs and equipment. 
1^ Miscellaneous equipment. 
1' Patterns and drawings. 
18 Prepaid expenses. 



19 Treasury stock, common. 

20 Accounts receivable pledged. 

21 Accrued expenses. 

22 Billed on account of contracts. 



23 Securities. 

25 Should have been held. 

25 Merry-go-round. 

25 None held since organization. 



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ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 











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Bay State Cleaning Company, 


Sept. 


1, May 16, 


May 1, 


$5,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$6,832 


The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Cloth Steaming 


Mch. 


1, Jan. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


3,000 


- 


$1,000 


i$250 


733 


Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Coal Company, 


July ] 


8, 3 June 20, 


May 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


1,575 


46,651 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Construction and 


Oct. ] 


0, Sept. 18, 


July 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


_ 


57,625 


Supply Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Co-Operative As- 


May i 


5, s Apr. 4, 


Jan. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,225 


932 


sociation, Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Corset Company, 


Jan. S 


8, Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


51,305 


175,220 


149,732 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Cotton Corpora- 


Apr. 2 


6, Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


1,500,000 


Sl,568,623 


withR.E. 


2,291,381 


153,956 


tion, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Cranberry Co. 


June 5 


0, Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


90,000 


51,907 


400 


_ 


26,414 


(Inc.), Taunton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Cranberry Com- 


June 2 


8, Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


12,000 


- 


- 


200 


pany of Cape Cod, Carver. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Crucible Co., Taun- 


May 2 


0, May 16, 


Apr. 30, 


50,000 


21,498 


13,131 


121,808 


18,882 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Development Com- 


Aug. 


1, 15- 


June 1, 


100,000 


16 65,000 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Dredging & Con- 


May 


8, Feb. 25, 


Jan. 31, 


80,000 


24,000 


" 10,425 


- 


61,162 


tracting Co., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Drug Company, 


Apr. 5 


5, Apr. 5, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 






22,552 


2,110 


Fitchburg. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Elevator Com- 


Oct. 


1, June 


15, 


May 31, 


25,000 


31,000 


11,014 


15,263 


13,456 


pany, Springfield. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Erecting Company, 


Mch. S 


5, Jan. 


10, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,726 


Cambridge. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bay State Farms, Inc., Wil- 


Feb. 


5, Jan. 


8, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


7,500 


- 


100 


- 


mington. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Foundry Company, 


May 


2, Mch. 


5, 


Mch. 1, 


25,000 


11,500 


1,300 


2,002 


6,412 


Westfield. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Freezer Inc., Bos- 


Aug. ] 


7, Apr. 


30, 


Apr. 1, 


250,000 


132,624 


50,499 


- 


1,695 


ton. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Fruit Auction Com- 


Sept. ] 


8, Aug. 


20, 


Aug. 6, 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Fuel Co., Cam- 


May ^ 


5, Apr. 


24, 


Mch. 31, 


200,000 


134,610 


8,000 


29,854 


120,221 


bridge. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Hardware Com- 


Apr. 1 


6, Mch. 


26, 


Jan. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


50,786 


21,399 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State House, Proprietors 


Mch. ] 


8, Jan. 


25, 


Jan. 1, 


86,800 


170,000 


- 


- 


6,436 


of the, Worcester. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Lumber Company, 


Apr. 1 


2, Mch. 


9, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


16,650 


5,957 


41,438 


35,282 


Boston. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bay State Market Company, 


May 


8, Feb. 


12, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


6,524 


- 


17,586 


7,437 


New Bedford. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Metal Corporation, 


July ] 


5, Jan. 


21, 


Nov. 30, 


250,000 


26,415 


12,287 


8,884 


2,520 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bay State Millmery Co., Bos- 


Apr. ] 


7, Mch. 


28, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


- 


6,627 


5,708 


9,043 


ton. 


1918 


1918 




1918. 












Bay State Oil Company, Bos- 


Jan. 


0, Jan. 


7, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1918 


1918 




1917. 












Bay State Paper Company, 


June ] 


4, Jan. 


12, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


122,825 


114,371 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 













1 And horse, wagon and office fur- 

niture. 

2 Good will. 
' Adjourned. 

^ Rolling stock. 

* Fixtures. 

' Subscription received on stock. 



' Patent rights. 
8 Building fund, 
s Unexpired insurance. 
1" Accrued wages. 

11 Estimated taxes. 

12 Reserve account. 

13 Reserve for depreciation. 



i* Liberty Bonds. 

15 None held in 1917 or 1918. 

16 Option. 

1' And supplies. 

18 Floating equipment, dredges, 

tugs, scows, hghters, etc. 
13 Automobile. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



207 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


f -3 • 

ill 


i 
J 

1 


1 

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ca 

S3 

o 


1 


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tn 

5 

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i 

o 

■a 
a 
a 

o 


3 

o 


- 


- 


- 


$6,832 


$2,610 


$557 


- 


- 


- 


$3,665 


$6,832 


2 $1,500 


- 


- 


3,483 


3,000 


229 


- 


- 


- 


254 


3,483 


- 


4 86,500 


- 


54,726 


15,000 


230 


- 


$20,000 


- 


19,496 


54,726 


- 


- 


- 


57,625 


20,000 


33,155 


- 


- 


- 


4,470 


57,625 


2 943 
' 5,105 


5 2,250 


- 


5,350 
381,362 


515 

6 670 

100,000 


400 
156,390 


- 


3,000 


$765 

73,870 

8 51,102 

1.060,049 

12 100.000 

13 110,000 


~ 


5,350 
381.362 


2 300,000 


9 15,069 




4,329,029 

78,721 


1,212,100 

58,980 


1,086.402 

10 10,478 

11 750,000 

1,824 


$14,700 


563 


2,654 


4.329,029 
78.721 


2 195,000 


- 


S7,800 


215,000 


200,000 


2,000 


13,000 


- 


- 


- 


215,000 


- 


" 5,075 


- 


180,394 


50,000 


3,273 


- 


41,500 


- 


85,621 


180,394 


- 


- 


5,000 


70,000 


70,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70,000 




18 72,891 
" 1,500 

20 811 

" 3,000 

21331 

" 3,000 


14,105 


188,225 
27,662 


80,000 
19,700 


53.613 
22 37,612 

2,083 




17,000 
1,500 


4,379 




188,225 
27,662 


- 


- 


- 


70,733 


11,110 


19,755 


21,000 


10,000 


8,868 


- 


70.733 


2 8,800 


23 1,500 


- 


14,026 


10,000 


718 


- 


- 


3,308 


- 


14,026 


24 17,600 
2 1,739 


25 200 

26 200 


4,500 


30,100 
22,953 


24,350 
10,000 


400 
1,166 


5,350 
10,000 


_ 


1,787 


_ 


30,100 
22,953 


^ 7 5,000 


2S 20,349 


20 51,589 


261,756 


192.815 


15,241 


- 


53,700 


- 


- 


261,756 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


: 


30 37,441 
" 15,000 


: 


345,126 
72,185 


200,000 
25,000 


37,360 
8,987 


15,000 


24,000 
12,500 


31 68,766 


25,698 


345,126 
72,185 


- 


13 20,000 


- 


196,436 


86,800 


- 


- 


500 


- 


109,136 


196,436 


- 


- 


- 


99,327 


4,100 


45,264 


32 13,800 


3,769 


25,214 


7,180 


99,327 


- 


- 


- 


31,547 


20,000 


6,019 


- 


- 


S3 1,455 


4,073 


31,547 


2 3,000 


- 


34,374 

7,724 

200 


84,480 

32,102 

200 


65,400 

10,000 

5,000 

200 


5,222 
3^258 
9,941 


13,600 
7,161 


- 


- 


- 


84,480 

32,102 

200 


- 


35 4,379 
i« 7,434 


- 


249,009 


50,000 


37,900 


- 


- 


- 


161,109 


249,009 



20 OflSce and stable equipment. 

21 Paid insurance. 

22 J. Cashman, Trustees. 

23 Rigging. 

2-1 Good will and registered name 
and poultry bulletins. 



25 Poultry. 

2« Auto delivery. 

2' Good will and fishing rights. 

28 Boats and weirs. 

20 Surplus. 

30 Equipment. 



31 And reserve for taxes. 

32 Real estate mortgage. 

33 Depreciation furniture and fix- 

tures. 
3^ Interest. 
35 Auto, furniture and fixtures. 



208 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates or Condition 





6 




s 
1 
S 


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O 


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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


i 


actures, 
Bhandise, 
erial, and 
k in Proc- 


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^^ 
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Bay State Parcel Checking 


June 2 


5, May 21, 


Apr. 30, 


$150,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$774 


Co., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Pink Granite Com- 


Apr. 


9, Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


$78,132 


$45,146 


$9,912 


14,290 


pany, Milford. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Pump Company, 


Apr. 1 


1, Jan. 14, 


Dee. 31, 


100,000 




6,794 


20,100 


12,107 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Rubber Company, 


Apr. 1 


3, Mch. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


390 


Maiden. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Saw & Tool Mfg. 


June 2 


7, Jan. 15, 


Dee. 31, 


10,000 


8,150 


10,359 


30,452 


10,852 


Co., Winchester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Silver Black Fox 


June 2 


8, Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


34 


Co., Inc., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Smelting and Refin- 


Sept. 1 


3, May 28, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


16 921 


13,051 


2,159 


ing Co., Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Stevedoring Com- 


Jan. 2 


8, Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


7,287 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Storage & Ware- 


Mch. 1 


1, Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


375,000 


2» 98,783 


- 




69,748 


house Company, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Tap and Die Com- 


Sept. 


4, July 13, 


June 30, 


22,000 


55,039 


40,878 


214,326 


174,854 


pany, Mansfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Theatre Co., Fitch- 


Jan. : 


5, Jan. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,111 


320 


burg. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Thread Works, 


May 1 


5, Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


245,800 


21 78,094 


26 55,317 


207,612 


85,657 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Trucking Co., 


Apr. 1 


5, Mch. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


9,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,637 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay State Waste Company, 


Apr. 1 


0, 33 Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


12,851 


12,006 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bay State Wholesale Com- 


June 


8, Apr. 29, 


Apr. 29, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,353 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bay View Cranberry Com- 


June 1 


9, June 12, 


May 31, 


9,000 


12,000 


- 


- 


1,018 


pany, Wareham. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Bayburn Cleansing Shop Inc., 


June 


7, Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,200 


2,882 


2,603 


Cambridge. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bayside Inn Hotel Company, 


Oct. 2 


8, Mch. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


The, Duxbury. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beach Soap Company, Law- 


Feb. 5 


1, Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


68,000 


94,423 


196,720 


72,150 


rence. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Accessories Corpora- 


Aug. ] 


3, Apr. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


tion, Lynn. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Adjustment Com- 


Mch. 


8, Jan. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


300 


1,000 


91 


pany, Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Construction Com- 


Mch. i 


6, Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


250 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Credit Exchange, In- 


Mch. 


8, Jan. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


50 


121 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Development Inc., 


June i 


4, Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


751,089 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe 


June 


3, May 14, 


Feb. 28, 


2,350,000 


1,037,765 


12 564,179 


« 695,578 


« 1,559,634 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe 


July 


5, June 19, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


- 


10,000 


40,000 


Company of Boston, The, 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston. 



















1 Organization expense. 

2 Furniture and fixtures. 
^ Lockers. 

1 Treasury stock pledged as col- 
lateral for loan of 82,450. 
^ Railroad. 

6 Unexpired insurance. 
' Supplies. 
8 Accrued interest. 



8 Mortgage account. 
11 Patent rights. 

11 Loan account. 

12 Office furniture and fixtures. 

13 Mortgage. 

1* Treasury stock. 

15 Fourteen foxes. 

16 And office fixtures. 

17 Good will. 



18 Horses, wagons and harness. 

13 Insurance unexpired. 

26 Leases, cold storage plant and 
warehouse improvements. 

21 Auto and garage equipment, 
horses, wagons and equipment, 
material and supphes, tools 
and equipment, auction stock, 
furniture and fixtures. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



209 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












1 


J. 


^ 










1 


o 




1 


& 


J2 
-0 


J3 
1 




.3 




S Sfe: 


a 


a 




m 


S 


ES 


Ul ^ 




■a 
a 




111 


1 


o 


3 

o 


■3 


■ 
8 " 




c S 
'■S a 

caT3 


_3 


C3 

s 


3 



(S 


S 


£ 


H 





■< 


fe 


E 


cc 


Pi 


H 


- 


1 389,341 

2 254 

3 4,250 

4 18,000 


$10,423 


$105,042 


$101,220 


$3,822 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$105,042 


_ 


54,527 


251,786 


98,000 


30,940 


9 $40,000 


$81,416 


_ 


- 


251,786 




6 17,435 








8 1,430 














6 782 






















' 13,324 






















2 238 




















10 825,000 


- 


76,354 


140,355 


70,000 


12,255 


- 


58,100 


- 


- 


140,355 


- 


11 5,000 


- 


5,390 


5,000 


- 


.- 


- 


- 


$390 


5,390 


- 


12 149 


- 


59,962 


10,000 


13,965 


13 4,500 


18,072 


' - 


13,425 


59,962 


- 


n 32,200 
15 24,000 


47,701 


103,935 


100,000 


3,935 


- 


- 


- 


- 


103,935 


" 15,000 


18 527 

19 116 


1,242 


33,016 


25,000 


333 


~ 


7,683 


~ 


~ 


33,016 


1' 2,000 


- 


- 


10,287 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


287 


10,287 


1' 141,706 


21 101,224 

22 8,776 

23 1,023 


- 


421,260 


375,000 


8,327 


- 


35,492 


$970 


1,471 


421,260 


- 


- 


- 


485,097 


22,000 


43,060 


- 




420,037 


- 


485,097 


-■ 


- 


51,379 


52,810 


50,000 


2,810 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52,810 


■- 


26 4,500 
2? 2,792 


- 


433,972 


222,100 


28 87,096 


29 20,000 


49,701 


36,113 

30 18,962 


- 


433,972 


- 


31700 
32 16,450 


- 


18,787 


9,000 


2,032 


~ 


5,926 


1,829 


~ 


18,787 


1' 1,000 


3" 361 
35 1,625 


- 


27,843 


7,000 


12,262 


"" 


~ 


8,581 


~ 


27,843 


- 


- 


- 


6,353 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,953 


6,353 


- 


36 10 


- 


13,028 


9,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,028 


13,028 


" 3,000 


- 


- 


9,685 


5,000 


3,121 


- 


- 


1,564 


- 


9,685 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


37 9,642 

38 300 

39 843 


- 


442,078 


150,000 


15,300 


- 


135,000 


10 8,752 


133,026 


442,078 


10 30,000 


- 


- 


30,000 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,000 


« 4,000 


_ 


_ 


10,391 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


391 


10,391 


1' 5,000 






















1' 18,402 


- 


- 


68,652 


30,150 


1,827 


36,675 


- 


- 


- 


68,652 


« 3,000 


_ 


_ 


6,171 


6,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


171 


6,171 


1' 3,000 






















- 


- 


- 


751,089 


25,000 


339,089 


387,000 


- 


- 


- 


751,089 


- 


35 50,000 
" 43,020 


- 


3,950,176 


2,209,200 


106,860 


- 


645,000 


989,116 


- 


3,950,176 








50,000 


50,000 












50,000 



22 Insurance and taxes. 

23 Light, heat and power. 
2^ Less depreciation. 

25 And fixtures, less depreciation. 
25 Liberty Bonds. 
2' Prepayments. 

28 And reserve for income tax. 

29 Mortgage payable. 



30 Reserve. 

31 Hay, grain and straw. 

32 Auto, trucks, teams and tools. 

33 Adjourned. 
31 Fixtures. 

35 Investments. 

30 Securities. 

3' Teams and autos. 



38 Stock in other corporation. 

39 Advanced expense. 



■•1 Trade-marks. ■ 

" And equipment, less reserves. 

''3 Less reserves. 

" Expenses paid in advance. 



210 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Beacon Grocery Company, 
Inc., Boston. 

Beacon Hill Garage, Inc., 
Boston. 

Beacon Investment Associa- 
tion, Inc., Boston. 

Beacon Manufacturing Com- 
pany, New Bedford. 

Beacon Mortgage & Realty 
Company, Boston. 



Beacon Motor Car Co., Bos- 
ton. 



Beacon Motor Supply Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Beacon Park Boat Co., 
Webster. 

Beacon Press, Inc., The, Bos- 
ton. 

Beacon Public Warehouse and 
Storage Company, New 
Bedford. 

Beacon Rubber Company, 
Lynn. 

Beacon Securities Company, 
Boston. 

Beacon Storage Warehouse 
Company, Boston. 

Beacon Theatre, Inc., Boston, 



Beal Nurses' Home and Regis- 
try, Incorporated, The, 
Boston. 

Beals & Company, Incor- 
porated, Westfield. 

Beaman-Marvell Company, 
Leverett. 

Bearson Capstein Company, 
Boston. 

Beattie Zinc Works Company, 
Reading. 

Beatty Construction Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Beaudry & Company, Incor- 
porated, Boston. 

Beaufort Renting Company, 
Boston. 

Beauvais Water Heater Com- 
pany, The, Springfield. 

Beaver Contracting and Engi- 
neering Corporation, The, 
Boston. 

Beaver Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Andover. 

Beaver Mills, North Adams, . 



Feb. 27, 

1918. ■ 
Aug. 30, 

1918. 
Aug. 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918. 



May g 
1918. 



Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
June 26, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 

1918. 

June 11, 

1918. 
June 25, 

1918. 
July 12, 

1918. 
Apr. 12, 

1918. 



Mch. 22, 
1918. 

May 3, 

1918. 
Sept. 4, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 29, 

1918. 
Aug. 1, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Sept. 3, 

1918. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. 
Apr. 20, 

1918. 

Mch. 7, 
1918. 

Mav 7, 
1918. 



Feb. 16, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 4, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
July 22, 

1918. 



Feb. 21, 
1918. 



21 Feb. 6, 
1918. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 

June 11, 

1918. 

23 Dec. 31, 

1917. 

Mch. 9, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
28 Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 



Feb. 11, 
1918. 

Mch. 8, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
Feb. 5, 

1918. 
May 13, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
« Mch. 25, 

1918. 

Jan. 17, 
1918. 

Mch. 19, 
1918. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Dec. 1, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1918. 



Dec. 31, 
1917. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Oct. 1, 

1917. 

Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 



Jan. 31, 
1918. 

Mch. 1, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 15, 

1918. ; 

Jan. 2, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 



820,000 
3,000 
300,000 
800,000 
150,000 

60,000 

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

25,000 

90,000 

1,000 

75,000 

25,000 

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

6,000 
10,000 

2,000 
200,000 
25,000 

10,000 
500,000 



Assets. 



3 


.9 


- 


1 $1,709 


S36,368 


209 


352,902 


294,862 


77,770 


- 


- 


15 5,031 


- 


1,550 


10,150 


9,000 


33 800 


425 


_ 


34 1,210 


: 


21,849 


- 


« 2,363 


- 


3,292 


235,245 


1 426,240 



9 B'S 



$29,084 
2,000 

725,731 

299,671 

542 

2,952 

1,555 



23,062 

4,273 

25,750 

22,433 

966 

1,946 



2,558 
214 

9,207 
172,977 



1 And equipment. 

2 Deferred charges to profit and loss. 

3 Loans. 

4 Office furniture. 

5 Insurance. 

6 Liberty Loan. 
' Depreciation. 

8 Reserve for taxes. 

9 Good will. 



1° General fi.xtures. 

11 Treasury stock. 

12 Prepaid expense. 

13 Development expense. 

14 Accrued interest and ta 

15 And tools. 

15 Furniture and fixtures. 
1' Prepaid insurance. 
15 Investment account. 



19 Accrued interest notes receivable. 

20 Reserves. 

21 Date of postponement. 

22 Trade-marks. 

23 In heu of annual. 

24 Auto. 

25 Salaries. 

26 Securities. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



211 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



«$1 

6 $5,000 

6 18,000 

10 266 

H 30,250 

12 1,031 

13 8,490 
16 3,604 
" 4,730 
IS 4,200 
19 2,507 



2«500 
26 101,212 



29 9,190 
so 4,888 

31 15,000 

32 12,000 



29 955 



16 1,075 



35 14,029 

36 800 

3' 6,000 
38 2,500 

" 5,500 



5,057 
37 200 



15,925 



1,476 



550 



1,533 



31,555 



1,362 



28,775 
1,962 



$56,998 
45,202 
178,470 
2,328,143 
163,847 

596,272 

10,000 

890 

4,961 

5,000 

20,538 

108,501 

1,000 

78,320 

30,880 

11,164 
53,853 
46,324 
10,212 
27,005 
31,188 

5,242 
59,767 

6,241 

15,914 
1,526,988 



Liabilities. 



$20,000 
3,000 
104,500 
800,000 
150,000 

54,800 

10,000 

500 

2,000 

5,000 

15,000 

90,000 

1,000 

74,800 

20,100 

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

6,000 
10,000 

1,015 

39 985 
28,000 

4,900 

10,000 
460,000 



§^ 



$22,090 

2,347 

129 

166,190 

7,584 
" 1,881 

518,144 



390 
2,302 



2,038 
26 1,700 



3,520 

4,684 

980 

8,414 

21,324 

212 

5,677 

12,458 

1,126 

8,267 

541 



II 



3,833 



357,219 
" 55,793 



$20,000 



1,600 
« 130,000 



$13,462 

14,535 
3 4,653 
58,500 

490,000 

4,382 



1,800 



6,000 

2,000 
13,900 



15,328 

M600 

23,500 

800 

361,234 



$1,446 

667 

15,341 

' 300,000 
8 75,000 



17,328 
20 6,000 



$496,953 



17,231 
27 1,270 



8,730 
1,516 



162,742 



$56,998 

45,202 

178,470 

2,328,143 

163,847 

596,272 

10,000 

890 

4,961 

5,000 

20,538 

108,501 

1,000 

78,320 

30,880 



3,184 


11,164 


6,539 


53,853 


- 


46,324 


- 


10,212 


- 


27,005 


- 


31,188 


- 


5,242 


- 


. 59,767 


- 


6,241 


481 


15,914 


- 


1,526,988 



27 Undivided earnings. 32 Leasehold. 

28 Thisisasubsidiary corporation of the Chandler 33 Building on leased land. 

Motors of New England, Inc., and is used 34 ^nd buildings on leased land, 

solely for storing the automobiles of the 35 Rolling stock, 

parent concern. 36 Patterns. 

29 Fixtures. " Liberty Bonds. 

30 Prepaid expenses. 38 Autonaobiles. 



<" W. C. Adams' note. 

■"i Stock Spencer Screw Corporation. 

''2 Adjourned. 

^3 And office furniture, tools and 

engineering instruments. 
^* Accrued expenses, taxes and 

interest. 



^1 Repairs and alteration. 



39 Subscriptions received on stock. *3 Bonds. 



212 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





t 


to 
_g 

1 


a 
1 

CO 


o 
Ij 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


3 
w 




ufactures, 
erchandise, 
aterial, and 
ock in Proc- 

3. 


.2 

1| 




.aJa 


1 


1 


%& 


"g 


i 


issss 


1« 




^ 


a 


Q 


■< 


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s 


s 


o 


Becker Milling Machine Com- 


May 10, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


32,150,000 


81,078,419 


with R. E. 


$1,180,285 


$466,055 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Becker-Stutz Automobile 


Dec. 7, 


Nov. 12, 


July 31, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


28,871 


23,718 


Company, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Becker's Business College, 


Sept. 30, 


Aug. 31, 


July 27, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,139 


3,033 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Beckwith Bros. Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 7, 


12,000 


- 


$2,800 


4,000 


4,400 


Westfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Beckwith Elevator Company, 


May 6, 


Mch. 13, 


Feb. 28, 


9,000 


- 


' 1,856 


5,889 


2,800 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bedell Company of Massa- 


Aug. 15, 


Mch. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


15,428 


14,185 


chusetts, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bedell Incorporated, New 


May 1, 


Feb. 1, 


Feb. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bedford Coal & Grain Com- 


May 11, 


Jan. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


61,425 


- 


- 


7,150 


pany, Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bedford Cooperative Corpo- 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


312 


ration, Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bedford Safety Razor Com- 


July 29, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


- 


500 


- 


358 


pany, Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Beggs & Cobb Incorporated, 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


850,000 


- 


- 


9,818 


2,266,715 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Beggs & Cobb Tanning Com- 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


65,000 


with R. E. 


1,315,273 


44,430 


pany, Winchester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bekkenhuis & Smalle, Inc., 


July 30, 


July 1, 


June 30, 


35,000 


25,362 


14,572 


15,627 


10,464 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Belcher and Taylor Agricul- 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 30, 


50,000 


31,192 


19,341 


101,759 


29,398 


tural Tool Company, Chico- 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












pee. 
Belcher Malleable Iron Com- 


May 7, 


" Apr. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


3,101 


2,848 


4,763 


5,269 


pany, Easton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Belchertown Community 


Aug. 6, 


Apr. 19, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


3,660 


500 


- 


5 


League, Inc., Belchertown. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Belchertown Laundry & Sup- 


Aug. 29, 


Jan. 21, 


Jan. 21, 


10,000 


2,800 


1,300 


- 


- 


ply Company, Belcher- 
town. 
Belisle Printing and Publish- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


- 


12,250 


4,757 


8,676 


ing Company, Worcester. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bell Brothers Company, 


June 20, 


21 _ 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,371 


73,015 


152,097 


Salem. 


1918. 




1917. 












Bell Company, The, Worces- 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


40,389 


86,092 


45,759 


ter. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bell Hardware Company, 


June 11, 


May 6, 


Mch. 1, 


2,000 


800 


- 


8,193 


2,152 


Stoneham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bell Refrigerator it Store Fix- 


May 1, 


" Mch. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


3,470 


1,566 


ture Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bell Rock Leather & Tanning 


June 5, 


21 _ 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


16,621 


43,269 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Belle Bryce Gemmel, Inc., 


Mav 15, 


Apr. 25, 


Feb. 28, 


5,000. 


_ 


l!'378 


5,000 


7,095 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Belle Vue Mills, Clinton, 


Aug. 21, 
1918. 


July 20, 
1918. 


June 30, 
1918. 


15,000 


~ 


6,000 


77,910 


73,018 


Belle Waist Company, The, 


Mav 17, 


I'Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


87,600 


- 


14,385 


43,592 


26,580 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Investments. 

2 Prepaid insurance, interest, etc. 

5 Reserves. 

^ Paid to sinking fund for retire- 
ment of preferred stock. 
^ Furniture and fixtures. 

6 Good will. 



' And tools, apphances and auto, 
s Fi-xtures and building improve- 
ments. 
3 Subscriptions received on account 

of stock. 
1" Reserve for fire insurance. 
11 Taxes. 



1- One share stock. 
13 Patent rights. 
1* Investment. 
15 Liberty Bonds. 
15 And reserves. 

17 Adjourned. 

18 Office furniture. 



1918. 



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of Corporations — ■ Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 


' 


Liabilities. 


• o ?s 2 


1 
1 

1 


1 

o 


. 3 
^ 


1 

1 

5 


1 
< 




J, 

T3 

a 
o O 


3 


O 

a 

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3 
^ 


$750,000 


1 $306,035 
2 10,852 

5 2,053 


- 


$3,791,646 
54,642 


$2,150,000 
5,000 


$142,968 
20,460 


- 


$963,325 
14,183 


$371,171 

3 81,682 

* 82,500 

14,999 


- 


$3,791,646 
54,642 


« 5,500 


- 


$1,921 


13,593 


7,500 


6,093 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,593 


- 


- 


5,200 


16,400 


6,000 


1,100 


- 


9,300 


- 


- 


16,400 


- 


- 


1,452 


11,997 


9,000 


2,097 


$900 


- 


- 


- 


11,997 


: 


8 62,549 


25,461 


117,623 
1,000 


300 

9 9,700 

1,000 


20,528 


- 


84,507 


1" 2,588 


~ 


117,623 
1,000 


- 


- 


49,747 


118,322 


50,000 


11 2,020 


66,302 


- 


- 


- 


118,322 


- 


12 10 


- 


322 


190 


3 


- 


- 


129 


- 


322 


13 100,000 


- 


27,959 


128,817 


100,000 


28,817 


- 


- 


- 




128,817 


- 


" 150,000 
15 1,822 


- 


2,428,355 
1,424,703 


850,000 
100,000 


506,062 
1,274,703 


- 


417,000 


500,000 
50,000 


$155,293 


2,428,355 
1,424,703 


- 


- 


424 


66,449 


25,000 


6,151 


22,998 


12,300 


- 


- 


66,449 


- 


1562 


- 


182,252 


50,000 


3,765 


- 


49,500 


78,987 


- 


182,252 


- 


18 41 

19 23 
20 176 


27 
3 


16,248 
4,168 


5,000 
1,160 


1,248 
8 


- 


10,000 
3,000 


- 


- 


. 16,248 
4,168 


- 


- 


900 


5,000 


1,500 


2,800 


- 


700 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


25,683 


10,000 


2,455 


- 


3,600 


9,628 


- 


25,683 


6 1,000 


22 15,000 

23 893 


- 


244,376 
172,240 

12,145 


25,000 
57,600 

2,000 


44,835 

26,339 

2* 1,129 

25 350 

4,139 


67,830 
400 


49,300 
26 21,500 


106,711 
27 6,311 


9,711 
5,606 


244,376 
172,240 

12,145 


- 


- 


- 


5,036 


3,000 


1,806 


- 


- 


- 


230 


5,036 




28 275 

29 250 

30 252 
31 13 


16,791 


77,471 
13,473 


37,100 
5,000 


767 

32 78 

4,440 




38,000 
33 125 

3,000 


3*399 

35 330 

36 672 


1,033 


77,471 
13,473 


- 


22 10,606 


- 


167,534 


15,000 


90,295 


31,318 


- 


- 


30,921 


167,534 


- 


- 


9,458 


94,015 


70,100 


11,415 


- 


12,500 


- 


- 


94,015 



1' Prepaid taxes. 
2" Prepaid insurance. 

21 None held in 1918. 

22 U. S. Bonds. 

23 Prepaid items. 

^* Accrued pay roll. 



25 Unpaid dividends. 

26 Notes payable (directors). 
2' Reserve accounts. 

28 Office furniture and fixtures. 

29 Insurance prepaid. 

3" Interest prepaid notes payable. 



31 Interest accrued notes receivable. 

32 Interest accrued notes payable. 

33 Interest prepaid notes receivable. 
^* Reserve for bad debts. 

35 Reserve for discounts. 

36 Reserve for dividends. 



214 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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o 

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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


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& 


ctures, 
bandise, 
rial, and 
in Proc- 


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Bellefontaine Brothers Com- 


Jan. 31, 


Oct. 17, 


Oct. 8, 


$12,000 


_ 


_ 


$4,832 


$8,908 


pany, Lowell. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Belleville Warehouse Com- 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


475,000 


$714,412 


- 


- 


86,070 


pany, New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bellevue Cab Company, The, 


Mch. 18, 


Nov. 1, 


Nov. 1, 


8,000 


- 


$3,800 


- 


2,200 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bellevue Hotel Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


7,672 


3,325 


The, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bellingham Woolen Company, 


Sept. 5, 


July 16, 


June 30, 


95,000 


31,660 


40,482 


166,119 


7 405,586 


The, Bellingham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bellows Falls Electric Com- 


May 28, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


259,308 


with R. E. 


- 


8,432 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bellows Falls Power Com- 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


- 


- 


- 


27,693 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1916. 


1917. 












Bellows Falls Skirt Company, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 12, 


Nov. 30, 


5,000 


- 


12 1,769 


197 


535 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Belmont Courier, Inc., Bel- 


Apr. 27, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


350 


347 


mont. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Belmont Laundry, Inc., 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


12,000 


12,000 


2,800 


1,454 


1,765 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Beknont Spring Water Com- 


Apr. 16, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


12,000 


2,625 


3,651 


1,478 


pany, The, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Belvidere Woolen Company, 


June 11, 


May 29, 


Apr. 30, 


60,000 


55,000 


withR.E. 


193,848 


3,339 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bemis and Call Hardware and 


Apr. 16, 


16 Mch. 26, 


Deo. 31, 


26,400 


89,181 


83,608 


103,702 


58,080 


Tool Company, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Ben. Berry Co., Falmouth, . 


Oct. 2, 
1918. 


Aug. 24, 
1918. 


Aug. 24, 
1918. 


5,000 


- 


4,102 


5,218 


2,518 


Ben Levy Co., Boston, 


June 19, 
1918. 


May 16, 
1918. 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


25,000 


- 




38,510 


,143,349 


Bencks Company, The, Bos- 


May 25, 


16 Apr. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,392 


4,390 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bender Shoe Company, Lynn, 


Apr. 16, 
1918. 


Jan. 24, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


7,935 


47,878 


52,972 


Beneficial Loan Society of 


Apr. 30, 


Oct. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1916. 


1917. 












Benjamin Fox, Incorporated, 


May 2, 


Apr. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


6,500 


558 


~ - 


176,068 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Benjamin Goldstein, Incorpo- 


Mch. 28, 


Feb. 15, 


Feb. 1, 


30,000 


- 


- 


8,600 


31,620 


rated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Benj. N. Moore & Sons Com- 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


61,661 


63,690 


1,421,849 


491,236 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bennett Bros. Co., Lowell, . 


Apr. 23, 
1918. 


Jan. 21, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


400 


400 


36,090 


17,241 


Benoit Blanchard Company, 


Dec. 12, 


Nov. 5, 


Nov. 5, 


10,000 


- 


3,651 


26.083 


844 


Framingham. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Benoit Blanchard Company, 


Nov. 25, 


Nov. 4, 


Nov. 4, 


10,000 


- 


- 


29,104 


35 


Framingham (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Benoit-Bourassa Company, 


Dec. 10, 


Nov. 5, 


Nov. 5, 


20,000 


- 


2,244 


26,500 


1,145 


New Bedford. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Benoit-Bourassa Company, 


Nov. 25, 


Nov. 4, 


Nov. 4, 


20,000 


- 


- 


• 28,126 


1,648 


New Bedford (2d return). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Benoit-McShane Co., Maiden, 


June 4, 


May 13, 


May 13, 


25,000 


- 


- 


47,612 


6,148 




1918. 


1918. 


1918. 




1 






It m- 


Benson Brothers Corporation, 


June 19, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


23 4,003 


15,972 


27,588 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bent and Bush Company, 


Mch. 25, 


16 Mch. 9, 


Oct. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


4,000 


1,304 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Benz Kid Company, Lynn, . 


June 27, 
1918. 


Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


600,000 




7,786 


526,376 


557,564 



1 Equipment. 

- Mortgage. 

' Reserve for depreciation. 

* Reserve for taxes. 

5 Good will. 



6 Property improvements. 

7 And bonds. 

8 Reserved for taxes unpaid. 

9 Depreciation and other reserve 

accounts. 



1° Securities owned, including S450,- 
000 of the company's preferred 
stock held in its treasury. 

11 Miscellaneous operating reserve. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



215 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


-2 J . 

'tit 

lis 


3 

O 

1 


o 

T3 

a 


1 






1 . 

1^ 


Floating Indebt^ 
edness. 


Surplus. 


1 

! 


3 
& 


- 


- 


- 


$13,740 


$12,000 


$1,132 


- 


- 


- 


$608 


$13,740 


6 $2,500 


1 $97,512 


- 


897,994 
8,500 


475,000 
8,000 


3,167 
500 


2 $400,000 


- 


3 $8,464 
4 6,000 


5,363 


897,994 
8,500 


6 15,957 


6 6,956 


- 


33,910 


20,000 


1,698 


- 


$1,000 


11,212 


- 


33,910 


- 


- 


- 


643,847 


95,000 


194,262 


- 


- 


8 94,550 


260,035 


643,847 


- 


10 1,392,835 


$24,145 


267,740 
1,444,673 


250,000 
800,000 


2,061 
55,909 


550,000 


36,000 


8,993 
9 6,686 
11 2,764 


_ 


267,740 
1,444,673 


13 1,104 


- 


1,199 


4,804 


2,000 


2,804 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,804 


MOO 


- 


6,551 


7,648 


2,250 


971 


317 


4,110 


- 


- 


7,648 


6 1,000 


- 


840 


19,859 


12,000 


1,827 


5,800 


- 


232 


- 


19,859 


" 5,000 


- 


2,927 


27,681 


20,000 


2,614 


5,067 


- 


- 


- 


27,681 


- 


15 922 

1' 13,000 
18 200 


93 


253,109 

347,771 

11,931 


60,000 
26,400 
3,250 


160,059 

28,692 

1,375 


- 


10,000 
6,150 


33,050 

282,679 

1,156 


with 
surplus 


253,109 

347,771 

11,931 


- 


19 1,052 


- 


182,911 


25,000 


47,101 


- 


- 


110,804 


- 


182,911 


- 


19 1,592 


1,383 


8,757 


5,000 


3,757 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,757 


- 


- 


- 


108,785 


50,000 


37,913 


- 


15,500 


5,372 


- 


108,785 


- 


- 


2,199 


2,199 


2,000 


199 


-■ 


- 


- 


- 


2,199 


- 


- 


- 


183,126 


25,000 


103,008 


6,476 


10,000 


17,153 


21,489 


183,126 


- 


19 2,210 


- 


42,430 


30,000 


334 


- 


2,300 


9,796 




42,430 


- 


2° 7,176 
21 19,118 


- 


2,064,730 


150,000 


109,209 


- 


1,435,399 


370,122 


- 


2,064,730 


- 


2,422 


54,131 
33,000 


20,170 

22 10 

10,000 


17,427 
3,872 


: 


19,128 


16,524 


~ 


54,131 
33,000 


- 


19 3,522 


1,702 


34,363 


10,000 


2,431 


- 


21,932 


- 


- 


34,363 


- 


- 


- 


29,889 


10,000 


3,130 


- 


10,258 


- 


6,501 


29,889 


- 


19 2,031 


- 


31,805 


10,000 


1,898 


_ 


12,427 


- 


7,480 


31,805 


- 


19 9,345 


- 


63,105 


20,000 


124 


- 


40,494 


- 


2,487 


63,105 


- 


19 1,445 
i'600 
19 300 


1,764 


49,608 
7,368 


20,000 
3,000 


20,067 
3,675 


, - 


693 


9,541 


_ 


49,608 
7,368 


- 


20 40,777 


- 


1,132,503 


50,000 


- 


- 


522,899 


370,618 


188,986 


1,132,503 



12 And fixtures. 

1' Good will and leases. 

1^ Trade-marks. 

16 Liberty Loan advance. 



1^ Adjourned. 
" Liberty Bonds. 

18 Prepaid interest. 

19 Fixtures. 



20 Investments. 

21 Prepaid items. 

22 Subscription received on stock. 

23 And horse, teams and motors. 



216 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORTORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Si 

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a 
a. 

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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


si 


1 

i 


a 
03 


'anufactures. 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
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Berger Manufacturing Com- 


Oct. 28, 


Aug. 5, 


June 30, 


$10,000 


_ 


_ 


$137,679 


$77,443 


pany of Massachusetts, 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












The, Boston. 




















Bergson Clothing Company, 


Nov. 2 


7, 


Aug. 21, 


July 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,188 


704 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkeley Drug Co., Boston, . 


May 
1918 


7, 


Jan. 10, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,400 


479 


Berkeley-Tremont Company, 


July 1 


0, 


2 _ 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


213 


Boston. 


1918 






1918. 












Berkshire Block Company, 


Feb. 5 


8, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


$60,000 


- 


- 


553 


Great Barrington. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Brewing Associa- 


Apr. 1 


1, 


Jan. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


62,540 


$15,228 


31,332 


121,316 


tion, Incorporated, The, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Pittsfield. 




















Berkshire Brick Company, 


Jan. S 


8, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


- 


15 


Cheshire. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Builders, Incorpo- 


Aug. 1 


3, 


Apr. 7, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


12,000 


250 


- 


60 


rated, Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Company, The, 


Mch. ] 


6, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


8 1,000 


43,123 


40,462 


Adams. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Cotton Manufac- 


Nov. 


5, 


Oct. 10, 


Sept. 30, 


2,500,000 


600,000 


1,400,000 


1,692,627 


1,235,645 


turing Company, Adams. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Electric Company, 


Apr. 2 


4, 


Mch. 5, 


Jan. 1, 


12,000 


- 


1,666 


9,514 


13,581 


Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Glass Sand Com- 


May 1 


6, 


'"May 14, 


Mch. 30, 


16,700 


13,000 


9,103 


1,107 


17,239 


pany, The, Cheshire. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Grocery Company, 


Feb. : 


0, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


87,243 


60,143 


Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Hills Co-operative 


Mch. 5 


8, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


2,500 


1,000 


500 


340 


1,597 


Creamery Association, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Monterey. 




















Berkshire Hills Paper Com- 


Mch. 5 


7, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


350,000 


325,752 


157,501 


199,637 


175,504 


pany, Adams. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Hills Sanatorium, 


May 


9, 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 1, 


50,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


300 


Inc., The, North Adams. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Investing Com- 


May 


7, 


10 Apr. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,694 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Leather Company, 


Jan. 


8, 


Dec. 15, 


Dec. 15, 


12,000 


7,500 


- 


9,246 


10,263 


Pittsfield. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












Berkshire Magneto Company, 


May I 


1, 


Apr. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


- 


15,395 


36,712 


5,024 


Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Manufacturing 


Feb. 5 


3, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


90,000 


- 


11,947 


60,451 


12,347 


Company of Pittsfield, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Pittsfield. 




















Berkshire Mill Supply Com- 


Mch. 


8, 


Feb. 8, 


Deo. 31, 


6,000 


-' 


- 


55,621 


29,339 


pany, Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Morris Plan Com- 


Feb. 2 


1, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


68,869 


pany, The, Pittsfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Motor Sales Com- 


Feb. 1 


8, 


Nov. 1, 


Oct. 31, 


5,000 


- 


346 


2,955 


5,859 


pany, Incorporated, Pitts- 
field. 
Berkshire Paper Company, 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












May 


2, 


23 _ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield. 


1918 


















Berkshire Real Estate Com- 


Sept. 5 


3, 


Sept. 21, 


Aug. 5, 


10,000 


45,000 


- 


- 


- 


pany, Great Barrington. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Realty Trust Inc., 


May 


7, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


78,264 


- 


- 


16,010 


Springfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Berkshire Schools Co., Sharon, 


Feb. 2 
1918 


0, 


26 _ 


Sept. 1, 
1917. 


95,000 


18,000 


~ 


" 


" 


Berkshire Steam Laundry 


May 23, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 16, 


27,000 


15,000 


10,500 


540 


3,610 


Company, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Fixtures. 

2 None held in 1918. 

3 Scenery and fittings. 
* Leasehold interest. 

5 Good will. 



^ Mineral rights. 

7 Stocks. 

8 And fixtures. 

9 Patent rights and copyrights 
10 Adjourned. 



11 Liberty Bond. 

12 1916. 

18 Personal property. 
1* Mortgage. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continued. 



217 



Assets — Con. 



$2,500 



M800 
^ 5,000 



6 15,000 

7 62,850 



" 1,000 



13 6,000 



" 2,000 
21 1,206 



24 2,906 



SI, 903 
152,956 



4,233 



26,000 
106,946 



43,251 



6,708 
58,750 
8,477 



$215,122 

2,892 
7,282 

162,969 
60,553 

230,416 

156,396 
12,310 
94,318 
4,928,272 
27,511 
41,449 
147,386 
3,437 

858,394 
57,300 

109,640 
27,009 

148,687 

142,996 

86,960 • 

71,958 

11,160 

45,000 
103,888 
76,750 
43,127 



Liabilities. 



$10,000 

600 

5,000 

10,000 

60,000 

100,000 

115,000 
5,000 
28,200 
2,500,000 
12,000 
16,700 
60,000 
2,450 

270,200 

25,000 

1,000 

4,000 
" 3,450 
118,000 

87,400 

6,000 
49,340 
5,000 



10,000 
36,400 
68,250 
27,000 



9,^ 



-i-a 



$198,160 

1,600 

2,282 

152,969 

4,616 
5,721 

32,153 
153,020 
8,996 
14,000 
10,869 
987 

160,887 



13,712 
9,197 
3,596 

12,026 
19,798 
5,651 



6,766 



11,127 



$300 



10,000 



6,440 
5,340 



50,000 



298,000 
" 25,500 



' 3,000 



25 51,066 
8,500 
5,000 



$35,675 

835 

■ 28,625 

5,850 



123,623 

108,640 

21,490 
52,000 

16,000 



1,900 
9,656 



384,605 



12 10,500 



20 12,500 
22 2,820 



$6,962 



553 
31,195 

35 

2,275,252 

665 

10,749 

16,017 



2,847 



40,434 



509 



$215,122 

2,892 
7,282 

162,969 
60,553 

230,416 

156,396 

12,310 

94,318 

4,928,272 

27,511 

41,449 

147,386 

3,437 

858,394 
57,300 

109,640 
27,009 

148,687 

142,996 

86,960 
71,958 
11,160 

45,000 
103,888 
76,750 
43,127 



15 Subscriptions on new stock. 
18 Mortgage note. 
1' Patent rights. 
18 Development. 



1' Investment, Liberty Bonds. 
2" Reserve. 

21 Furniture and fixtures. 

22 Reserves. 



23 Corporation has sold out to the 

H. W. Carter Paper Co. 

24 Office and Loon Pond equipment. 

25 Mortgages. 

26 None held in 1917. 



218 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







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Assets. 


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and 
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S 


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Berkshire Vinegar Company, 


Mch. 28, 


Feb. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


$25,000 


$5,000 


$3,600 


$4,592 


$514 


Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berkshire Woolen Company, 


May 7, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 29, 


700,000 


243,950 


169,237 


276,536 


200,274 


Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berlin Knittmg Company, 


July 19, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


1,400 


13,479 


10,014 


7,218 


Danvers. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berman Furniture Company 


June 12, 


8 Mch. 1, 


Oct. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


9,027 


6,992 


Incorporated, Quincy. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bermudez Company, The, 


July 13, 


9 July 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


10 12,000 


9,149 


23,618 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bernard Company, The, Bos- 


Mch. 2, 


9 Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


_ 


- 


46,052 


55,820 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bernard J. Delaney Company, 


Aug. 9, 


May 14, 


Apr. 30, 


3,000 


- 


3,070 


8,000 


4,333 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bernard Lett Company, Bos- 


Aug. 2, 


Apr. 30, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


331 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bernner and Thompson Inc., 


June 14, 


Jan. 4, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


2,500 


327 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Berry Brothers Inc. of Massa- 


Sept. 3, 


May 28, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


28,559 


24,087 


chusetts, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Berry Dodge Company, Bos- 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


_ 


7,000 


117,605 


127,265 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berry Sales Co. Inc., The, 


Apr. 30, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


_ 


596 


294 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berry-Wales Company, Boa- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 28, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


24,887 


70,345 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berry- Walker Company, Bos- 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,536 


18,287 


10,159 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bertelsen & Petersen Engi- 


Apr. 12, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


75,500 


27,342 


99,326 


.648,680 


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


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Apr. 1, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


_ 


10 72,414 


_ 


124,251 


pany, Norwood. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Berwick Cake Co., Boston, . 


Apr. 27, 
1918. 


Mch. 20, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


250,000 


- 


22,382 


44,492 


43,490 


Besse & Bryant Company 


Mch. 8, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


- 


9,062 


9,338 


Incorporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Ashwortli Company 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


39,000 


- 


- 


. 34,513 


10,187 


Incorporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Avery Company In- 


July 9, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


70,000 


- 


- 


86,000 


10,400 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Baker Company, Brock- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 2, 


40,000 


- 


- 


38,486 


7,314 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Boeker Company In- 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


_ 


27,842 


14,658 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Boynton Company In- 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 2, 


30,000 


- 


- 


28,029 


8,471 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Brewster Company In- 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan 31, 


65,000 


- 


- 


- 


33,894 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Bryant Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


48,119 


25,881 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Besse-Carpenter Company, 


Mch. 5, 


Feb. 19, 


Feb. 2, 


60,000 


- 


- 


87,000 


- 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Good will. 

2 Prepaid items. 

3 Liberty Bonds. 
* Reserve. 

5 Fm-niture and fixtures. 
^ Services. 



' Subscription received on stock. 

8 In heu of annual. 

9 Adjourned. 
i» And plant. 

11 Fixtures, stationery, etc. 



12 Stable equipment. 

13 License. 

1* Reserve accounts. 

15 Reserve for tax. 

16 Furniture. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



219 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


is . 


1 
a 


1 

■a 
a 




B ■ 


k 

s 


1 . 


i 

^S3 




1 






1 


C3 

2 


3 
o 




11 




M CO 


3 


o 


1 


(2 


is 


ClH 


H 


o 


< 


fe 


(^ 


cc 


£ 


H 


- 


- 


S7,292 


$20,998 


$16,650 


$4,348 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$20,998 


1 SI 50,000 


2 $7,003 

3 51,000 


- 


1,098,000 


550,000 


25,982 


- 


$95,000 


$267,576 
4 159,442 


- 


1,098,000 


1 75,000 


6 251 
6 7,150 


8,809 


123,321 


15 
' 103,585 


12,191 


~ 


7,530 


~ 


" 


123,321 


1 1,500 


- 


- 


17,519 


2,000 


6,755 


- 


- 


4,679 


$4,085 


17,519 


1 10,000 


- 


1,243 


56,010 


10,000 


30,010 


- 


16,000 


- 


- 


56,010 


- 


"659 


- 


102,531 


40,000 


51,346 


- 


- 


11,185 


- 


. 102,531 


- 


6 2,220 

12 450 

" 3,000 


2,800 


23,873 


3,000 


12,785 


- 


8,088 


- 


- 


23,873 


1 5,860 


- 


20,469 


26,660 


21,700 


4,960 


- 




- 


- 


26,660 


- 


- 


9,699 


12,526 


10,000 


2,526 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,526 


- 


6 616 


- 


53,262 


5,000 


44,021 


- 


- 


4,073 

14 68 

16 100 


- 


53,262 


- 


- 


- 


251,870 


127,025 


578 


- 


100,064 


24,203 


- 


251,870 


I 2,800 


16 205 


3,211 


7,106 


3,760 


3,346 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,106 


- 


1,600 
" 11,039 


- 


107,871 


30,000 


51,857 


- 


19,600 


6,414 


- 


107,871 


- 


18 1,000 

6 749 


- 


31,731 


10,000 


10,213 


- 


4,100 


~ 


7,418 


31,731 


- 


" 11,304 


- 


862,152 


75,000 


133,838 


$50,000 


- 


603,314 


~ 


862,152 




20 53,400 

21 10,248 

22 350 

23 400 

24 51,300 

26 1,220 

26 1,000 

27 440 




315,023 


250,000 


5,502 






59,521 




315,023 


1 100,000 


2^ 25,000 


- 


330,364 


250,000 


17,012 


- 


- 


- 


63,352 


330,364 


=s 95,000 
























- 


- 


18,400 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 
29 1,400 


~ 


18,400 


- 


- 


- 


44,700 


39,000 


- 


- 


- 


28 5,700 


- 


44,700 


- 


3 15,100 
26 33,231 


- 


144,731 


70,000 


- 


- 


- 


46,396 
29 28,335 


- 


144,731 


- 


- 


- 


45,800 


40,000 


- 


- 


~ 


3,500 
29 2,300 


~ 


45,800 


- 


- 


- 


42,500 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


29 12,500 


- 


42,500 


- 


- 


- 


36,500 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 
29 1,500 


- 


36,500 


- 


- 


- 


33,894 


26,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,746 


5,148 


33,891 


- 


- 


- 


74,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


29 14,000 


- 


74,000 


- 


- 


- 


87,000 


60,000 


60 20,000 


- 


- 


7,000 


~ 


87,000 



1' Building equipment. 

18 Patterns. 

19 Stocks and bonds. 

20 Stock N. C. Co. 

21 Unfinished work. 



22 OU and supplies. 

23 Sinking Fund. 

24 Liberty Loan. 

26 Liberty Loan for employees. 
26 Fixtures. 



2'' Morris Plan Co. . 

28 Patent rights. 

29 Reserve for taxes. 

39 And reserve for Federal tax. 



220 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



Besse-Clarke Company In- 


Apr. 12, 


corporated, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


Besse-Eldridge Company Inc., 


Mch. 22, 


Springfield. 


1918. 


Besse-Leland Company In- 


Mch. 2, 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


Besse-Mills Company, Hol- 


Mch. 7, 


yoke. 


1918. 


Besse, Osborn & Odell Incor- 


Jan. 21, 


porated, Boston. 


1918. 


Besse-Richey Company In- 


Feb. 28, 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


Besse-Rolfe Company, Lynn, 


Mch. 7, 




1918. 


Besse, Russell Company, Fall 


Mch. 18, 


River. 


1918. 


Besse-Sprague Company In- 


Mch. 15, 


corporated, Springfield. 


1918. 


Bestol Company, The, Bos- 


May 13, 


ton. 


1918. 


Betty's Neck Company, The, 


Feb. 23, 


Boston. 


1918. 


Beverly Building Association, 


July 18, 


The, Beverly. 


1918. 


Beverly Chemical and Supply 


Apr. 8, 


Company, Beverly. 


1918. 


Beverly Co-operative Associa- 


Jan. 28, 


tion, Beverly. 


1918. 


Bickford Auto-Livery Co. 


Apr. 23, 


Inc., Fitchburg. 


1918. 


Bickford Machine Company, 


Apr. 11, 


Greenfield. 


1918. 


Bicknell and Fuller Paper 


May 1, 


Box Company, Boston. 


1918. 


Bicknell Bros., Incorporated, 


Jan. 30, 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


Bicknell-Thomas Co., Green- 


Mch. 19, 


field. 


1918. 


Biddle and Smart Company, 


July 3, 


The, Amesbury. 


1918. 


Bieber Polar Company, The, 


Mch. 22, 


Worcester. 


1918. 


Bieringer-Hanauer Co., Bos- 


Mch. 8, 


ton. 


1918. 


Bigelow & Dowse Company, 


July 5, 


Boston. 


1918. 



Bigelow-Hartford Carpet 
Company, CUnton. 

Bigelow, Kennard and Com- 
pany, Inc., Boston. 

Bigwood Woolen Company, 
Spencer. 

Bijou Spa, Inc., Boston, 

Bijou Theatre Company of 
Holyoke, Massachusetts, 
Holyoke. 



Apr. 29, 

1918. 
July 18, 

1918. 
May 8, 

1918. 
Mch. 2, 

1918. 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 



Feb. 19, 

1918, 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 
Jan. 9 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
<Apr. 29, 

1918. 
Feb. 12 

1918. 
July 1 
• 1918. 
Jan. 10 

1918. 
" Jan. 9, 

1918. 
Apr. 1 

1918. 
Feb. 5 

1918. 
Feb. 21 

1918. 
Dec. 28, 

1917 
Feb. 6, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 

Mch. 11 
1918. 

Feb. 20 
1918. 

Mch. 5, 
1918. 



Mch. 4, 

1918. 
Mch. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 13 

1918. 
Feb. 9 

1915. 
Jan. 22, 

1918 



Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 3, 

1918. 
Feb. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 24, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Jan. 31, 
1918. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 30, 

1917. 



S18,000 
36,000 
. 30,000 
45,000 
53,000 
40,000 
50,000 
21,600 
48,000 
99,000 
20,000 

150,000 
10,000 
6,400 
10,000 
15,000 
50,000 
65,000 
15,000 

400,000 

10,000 
60,000 

400,000 

13,550,000 

750,000 

25,000 

10,000 

25,000 



Assets. 



-5188,813 
170,652 



5,000 

7,500 
148,893 

1,000 



7,925,289 

7,000 

113,130 



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i 


s 




2h 


s^ 


d 


s 


^^;!ii 


M 


■q 






is 


ss 


m S 


S 







- 


S19,103 


- 


35,015 


- 


14,176 


- 


47,215 


- 


304,583 


- 


30,575 


- 


48,387 


- 


20,982 


- 


45,315 


5 S3,409 


8,555 


13,042 


24,158 


28,936 


- 


50 


251 


- 


6,239 


9,056 


5,581 


21,126 


49,850 


- 


68,541 


9,632 


5,204 


73,046 


224,905 


16,140 


6,091 


- 


155,327 


- 


145,475 


with R. E. 


6,547,000 


- 


634,633 


9,180 


29,858 


S6 9,414 


- 



' Reserve for taxes. 

2 Liberty Bonds. 

3 Less reserve for taxes. 
^ Adjourned. 

5 And furniture. 

6 And formula. 



' Subscription on stock. 

8 Trucks and autos. 

9 Horses, wagons, etc. 
1° Borrowed money. 

11 Suspense. 

12 Trade-marks. 



13 Should have been held. 

" Two auto trucks. 

15 Fixtures. 

1^ Reserve for depreciation. 

1' Investment. 

18 Advanced expense. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



221 



oj Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


11= 

PI 

Oh 


3 

g 

s 

1 

S 


J 

a 
« 

Si 




1 

'3. 

6 


< 


J. 

T3 

a 

li 


1 

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«■§ 
o O 


_3 

"3. 
1 


1 

tea 


1 


- 


- 


- 


$23,000 


$18,000 


- 


- 


- 


1 $1,000 


$4,000 


823,000 


- 


- 


- 


45,800 
44,000 


36,000 
30,000 


- 


- 


_ 


5,000 
1 4,800 

4,000 
1 10,000 

4,.500 
1 15,000 


_ 


45,800 
44,000 


- 




- 


64,500 
562,954 


45,000 
53,000 


$39,522 


: 


$48,500 


421,932 


64,500 
562,954 


- 


- 


- 


54,000 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 

1 12,000 

5,000 


- 


54,000 


- 


2 810,500 


- 


65,400 


50,000 


3 10,400 


- 


- 


- 


65,400 


- 


- 


- 


32,400 
55,600 


21,600 
48,000 


- 


~ 


~ 


5,400 
1 5,400 

5,000 
1 2,600 

"250 


_ 


32,400 
55,600 


6 S30,000 


8 4,518 

9 3,631 


S53,092 
89,850 


98,898 
334,880 
199,854 


80,000 
' 5,900 
20,000 

133,400 


8,798 


861,000 


4,200 

222,754 

10 91,876 

2,500 


2,954 


98,898 
334,880 
199,854 


"10 


- 


22 


525 


525 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


525 


- 


» 1,000 
" 1,250 


- 


14,445 
18,687 


6,400 
5,000 


6,960 
8,012 


_ 


~ 


700 

4,119 
16 1,556 


385 


14,445 
18,687 


- 


" 1,000 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


1,040 


- 


98,087 


50,000 


2,419 


- 


30,327 


15,341 


- 


98,087 


- 


- 


- 


91,040 


65,000 


9,370 


- 


- 


16,670 


- 


91,040 


- 


- 


- 


34,609 


10,000 


2,059 


7,750 


- 


14,800 


- 


34,609 


24 500 


18 5,557 

19 8,816 

20 2,515 


: 


690,682 
25,810 


400,000 
2,000 


26,070 
21 10,976 

7,562 




60,000 
8,034 


129,956 

22 21,191 

23 42,489 

8,057 


157 


690,682 
25,810 


2« 155,000 


25 532 

26 4,836 

2' 7,001 

29 11,600 

2 10,785 

30 9,269 

31 2,887 
2 600,000 


- 


332,628 
690,567 

18,604,306 


10,000 
362,000 

13,550,000 


142,168 
28 1,559 

73,898 
289,001 


32 580,000 


91,131 
25,000 

3,075,000 


87,770 
229,669 

1,025,547 

33 84,758 

52,431 


- 


332,628 
690,567 

18,604,306 


12 115,000 


34 56,711 
35 7,341 


- 


992,983 
98,988 


690,100 
25,000 


120,452 
31,046 


- 


130,000 


with 

siftplus 

42,942 


992,983 
98,988 


- 


29 590 


1,910 


2,500 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,500 


/ 


" 


" 


125,572 


17,000 






107,100 




1,472 


125,572 



19 Life insurance. 

20 Stocks and bonds. 

21 Pay roll accrued. 

22 Reserve for Federal taxes. 

23 Reserve for accrued commissions. 

24 Good will. 



25 Securities. 

26 Accrued refunds. 
2' Fixture account. 

28 Accrued charges. 

29 Treasury stock. 

30 Furniture, fixtures, etc. 



31 Prepaid items: insurance, etc. 

32 Notes payable on account of Liberty Bonds. 

33 Reserve account. 

34 Furniture and fixtures. 

35 Deferred expenses. 

36 And fixtures. 



222 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Billerica Garden Suburb, Inc., 
Billerioa. 

Billerica Glue Company, Bil- 
lerica. 

Billings Dental Company, 
Rockland. 

Billy Possum Nut Co., Wake- 
field. 

Bilodeau Ball Bearing Works, 
Inc., Boston. 

Bio-Chemic Fertilizer- Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Bircham Bend Power Com- 
pany, Springfield. 

Bird Machine Co., Walpole, . 

Birmingham Pen Co. Inc., 
The, Boston. 

Bimie Paper Company, 
Springfield. 

Bishop-Babcock-Becker Com- 
pany of Massachusetts, 
The, Boston. 

Bishop Company, The, North 
Attleborough. 

Bishop Securities, Incorpo- 
rated, Worcester. 

Bituminous Road Implement 
Company, Boston. 

Bixby-Webber Co., Groton, . 

Black & White Cab Company, 
Boston. 

Black and White Cigarette 
Company, The, Boston. 

Black Diamond Pelt Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Black Rock Company, Boston, 

Blacker and Shepard Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Blackstone Beef Company, 
Incorporated, The, Boston. 

Blackstone Valley Publishing 
Company, Millbury. 

Blaisdell & Snyder, Inc., 
Haverhill. 

Blaisdell-Kavy Co., Pittsfield, 

Blake-Conlan Co., Boston, . 

Blake-Corson Company, 

Worcester. 
Blake-Curtis Company, 

Haverhill. 
Blake Electric Mfg. Company, 

Boston. 

Blake Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Springfield. 



Aug. 13, 

1918. 
Aug. 26, 

1918. 
June 5, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
May 4, 

1918. 
July 23, 

1918. 
Feb. 23, 

1918. 
Jan. 26, 

1918. 
Mch. 18, 

1918. 
Dec. 24, 

1917. 

Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Mch. 7, 

1918. 
Mch. 25, 

1918. 
Jan. 24, 

1918. 
Mch. 5, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 29, 

1918. 
Aug. 28, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 7, 

1918. 
Sept. 23, 

1918. 
Jan. 29, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
June 18, 

1918. 
Apr. 26, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 

Sept. 27, 
1918. 



1 May 7, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


June 14, 


May 31, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 15, 


May 15, 


1918. 


1918. 


June 26, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


7 _ 


Dec. 31, 




1917. 


July 19, 


June 30, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Nov. 20, 


Oct. 31, 


1917. 


1917. 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Jan. 2, 


Jan. 2, 


1918. 


1918. 


I'Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Mch. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


19 July 30, 


June 10, 


1918. 


1918. 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 1, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 27, 


1918. 


1917. 


Sept. 16, 


July 31, 


1918 


1918. 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Mch. 20, 


Mch. 1, 


1918 


1918. 


Mch. 25, 


Dec 31, 


1918. 


1917. 


Sept. 24, 


June 30, 


1918. 


1918. 



$50,000 

10,000 

1,500 

3,500 

10,000 

50,000 

150,000 

50,000 

10,000 

60,000 

1,000 

20,000 

200,000 

15,000 

10,000 

1,000 

500,000 

75,000 

1,000 
40,000 
10,000 

5,000 
16,500 

8,000 
20,000 
25,000 
20,000 
50,000 

60,000 



Assets. 






S56,320 


S300 


S7,000 


3,500 


3,500 


7,640 


- 


200 


425 


- 


4 2,350 


250 


- 


1,890 


771 


153,761 


840 


- 


- 


10 2,461 


81,601 


- 


- 


3,188 


71,059 


47,604 


139,164 


- 


- 


4,500 


500 


5,242 


17,678 


235,000 


- 


- 


- 


15 286 


- 


3,060 


- 


9,000 


- 


- 


162 


21,200 


withR.E. 


203,838 


- 


- 


2,172 


- 


927 


- 


- 


- 


18,722 


- 


- 


22 8,050 


- 


- 


6,337 


- 


73 


2,943 


5,500 


- 


151,256 


- 


6,635 


16,477 


- 


11 63,000 


39,702 



1 Adjourned. 

2 Furniture. 

8 Depreciation, accounts receivable. 
* And buUding. 
5 Trade-marks. 



^ Good will. 

' None held since organization. 

8 Patent rights. 

9 Reserve. 
1° And tools. 



11 Furniture and fixtures. 

12 Reserve for depreciation. 
1' Liberty Bonds. 

14 Stocks and bonds. 

15 And patterns. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



223 



of Corj)OTaiions — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 





;3 
1 

.a 


1 
'a 

a 

o 


3 
& 


1 

'3, 


k 

< 


J. 

"2 

-a 
a 


J. 

"S 

-a 
a 

.3 S 

s 


3 

"3, 

3 


-0 

§ 


3 
^ 


- 


- 


- 


$64,750 


$28,750 


$2,000 


$32,000 


$2,000 


- 


- 


$64,750 


- 


- 


- 


15,199 


10,000 


. 2,792 


- 


- 


$2,407 


- 


15,199 


- 


2 $700 


- 


2,957 


1,500 


118 


100 


- 


3 800 


$439 


2,957 


6S25 


- 


$805 


3,535 


3,500 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,535 


6 1,200 


- 


5,025 


10,351 


10,000 


351 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,351 


8 49,400 


- 


2,380 


51,794 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,794 


- 


- 


51,794 


- 


- 


- 


184,944 


150,000 


- 


- 


- 


9 18,466 


16,478 


184,944 


- 


2 364 


- 


128,140 


46,800 


29,918 


- 


33,961 


17,461 


- 


128,140 


6 1,000 
6 4,500 


11255 
13 5,000 


- 


12,170 
325,979 


10,000 
60,000 


50 
12,591 


74,200 


~ 


2,076 

1244 
179,188 


: 


12,170 
325,979 


- 


- 


500 


7,000 


1,000 


6,000 


- 


- 




- 


7,000 


8 1,196 
s 4,000 


- 


- 


45,601 


20,000 


4,521 


- 


6,000 


15,080 


- 


45,601 


" 10,000 


- 


265,418 


200,000 


351 


30,000 


- 


32,070 


2,997 


265,418 


8 12,113 


16 229 


2,307 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,574 


10,000 


3,011 


- 


- 


- 


2,563 


15,574 


_ 


2 85 


- 


6,349 


1,000 


3,434 


- 


487 


1,428 


- 


6,349 


6 35,000 


18 24,961 


- 


60,195 


31,120 


29,075 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,195 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


20 15,514 


- 


341,163 


40,000 


77,340 


6,000 


206,586 


11,237 


- 


341,163 


- 


2160 


832 


13,984 


1,600 


11,366 


- 


1,018 


- 


- 


13,984 


■ - 


- 


1,533 


2,460 


2,460 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,460 


- 


11 1,550 


742 


25,376 


16,500 


5,918 


- 


- 


2,958 


- 


25,376 


- 


- 


125 


8,275 


8,000 


150 


- 


- 


125 


- 


8,275 


6 4,000 


11 1,137 


2,154 


25,815 


15,000 


8,815 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


25,815 


- 


- 


3,309 


10,578 


10,000 


578 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,578 


- 


21 4,244 


- 


285,593 


20,000 


27,203 


23 2,000 


85,776 


100,000 

9 7,973 

5,851 

27 1,758 

5,202 


42,641 


285,593 


« 19,542 


24.913 

25 200 

26 469 


- 


83,500 
117,885 


42,000 
60,000 


33,891 
25,919 


- 


with accts. 
payable 

10,100 


16,664 


83,500 
117,885 



18 Organization. 

1' Should have been held. 

18 Option seven pairs black foxes. 

19 In lieu of annual. 

20 Sundry equipment. 



21 Fixtures. 

22 And fixtures. ' 

23 Real estate. 

24 Office equipment. 



25 Investments. 

26 Reserves. 

27 Reserves for taxes, insurance and 

depreciation. 



224 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Blake Pump & Condenser Co., 
Fitchburg. 

Blake Signal & Manufactur- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Blakeslee Company Incorpo- 
rated, Maiden. 

Blanc-Levin Pharmacy, In- 
corporated, Northampton. 

Blanchard & Gould Co., 
Acton. 

Blanchard Brothers Granite 
Company, Uxbridge. 

Blanchard Company, The, 
Boston. 

Blanchard Lumber Company, 
Boston. 



Blanchard Machine Com- 
pany, The, Cambridge. 

Blanchard Printing Company, 
Boston. 

Blandin Company, Lawrence, 

Bleachery Fuel Company, 

The, Waltham. 
Bleiler Contracting Company, 

Boston. 
Blevney Machine Company, 

Greenfield. 
Bliss & Perry Co., Newbury- 

port. 
Bliss-Holbrook Company, 

Attleboro. 
Bliss Mining Co., Boston, 

Blount Engineering Company, 
Boston. 

Blouse Shop, Limited, The, 
Boston. 

Blue Hill Avenue Realty Co., 
Boston. 

Blue Hills Pedigreed Silver 
Black Fox Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Blue Hog Breeding Company, 
The, Wilmington. 

Blue Line Jitney Company, 
The, Lawrence. 

Blue Stone Quarry Incorpo- 
rated, New Bedford. 

Bluebird Photo Plays of New 
England Inc., Boston. 

Bhiine Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Concord. 

Board of Trade Association, 
Provincetown. 

Boat Meadow Cranberry 
Company, Orleans. 



June 21, 
1918. 



May 

1918 
Mch. 1 

1918 
Feb. 21 

1918 
Apr. 18, 

1918 
Apr. 30, 

1918 
June 26, 

1918 
Apr. 1 

1918 



Apr. 30, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 17, 

1918. 
June 20, 

1918. 
July 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Oct. 31, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
Apr. 23, 

1918 
Mch. 8, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
Oct. 7, 

1918. 
July 19, 

1918. 



July 19 

1918 
May 

1918 
Apr. 15, 

1918 
July 

1918, 
Apr. 

1918 
May 28, 

1918 
Apr. 30, 

1918 



Mch. 20, 
1918. 

Apr. 17, 

1918. 
Jan. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918. 
Jan. 22, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 



17 Apr. 1, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
June 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 20, 

1918. 
Feb. 19, 

1918. 
Oct. 8, 

1918. 
Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
"Apr. 29, 

1918. 
2' Feb. 4, 

1918. 
Nov 20, 

1917. 

Feb. 6, 

1918. 
Jan. 5, 

1918. 
Feb. 27, 

1918. 
Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Feb. 4, 

1918. 
May 6, 

1918. 
Apr. 13, 

1918. 



Feb. 28 
1918. 

Mch. 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Jan. 14, 

1918 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Jan. 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 



Dec. 31 

1917. 
Mch. 1 

1918. 
Feb. 1 

1918. 
Mch. 31 

1918. 
Mch. 20 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Aug. 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 30 

1917. 
Feb. 21 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Oct. 31 

1917. 

Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917., 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
May 6 

1918. 
Mch. 31 

1918. 



$25,000 

50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
10,000 
15,000 
100,000 
190,000 

150,000 
10,000 
10,000 
3,000 
3,000 

300,000 

125,000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
70,000 

150,000 

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



Assets. 



S14,910 
11,800 



99,798 

8,859 
28,348 

6,500 

47,000 
6,000 



6,500 
4,300 



940 
1,800 



1,000 
9,643 



38,622 
5,000 
3,196 

8,575 

21,156 

27,135 

5,502 

65 

44,671 



200 
4,262 
34,000 

35 1,458 

100 



|§|.S 






S156,259 

2,250 
16,250 

5,200 
14,856 

3,030 



115,051 

500 

10,689 

13,258 

28,710 

232,221 

1,287 

11,517 
2,974 

250 

6,418 

5,407 

984 

26,756 



1 Patent rights. 

- Patterns. 

' Renewals. 

^ Fixtures. 

* Disability reserve. 

^ Good will. 

' Trade-marks. 



s Lease. 

9 Liberty Loan account. 
1° Treasury stock. 
11 Securities. 
1- Offices and furniture. 
13 Automobiles. 



I'' Liberty Bonds. 

15 Investments other corporations.^ 

16 And reserve. 
1' Adjourned. 

18 Miscellaneous equipment, 
w Insurance accrual. 



1918. 



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of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



2 $11,293 
» 38,533 
4 1,404 



* 5,719 
s 3,000 
^5,130 



9 656 

"500 

" 436,044 

12 2,177 

13 2,040 
" 20,500 

16 240,500 
18 24,068 



19 6,102 
2»304 



22 135 



I'' 54,400 
23 47,203 



2M5 
10 44,000 
26 15,000 



29 3,000 

30 8,400 



31 27,400 



33 20,000 
3* 1,200 
1^ 10,000 



S13,572 



2,018 



1,000 



847 
1,777 



4,700 
22,376 



4,737 

23,734 

687 

28,311 



S294,691 

44,149 
44,920 
10,386 
34,139 
43,619 
495,009 
695^345 

374,669 

12,224 

23,294 

44,206 

1,000 

301,670 

564,305 

10,276 

52,387 

84,910 

6,880 

51,700 

39,026 

40,800 
13,659 
64,455 
22,222 
118,223 
7,187 
35,982 



Liabilities. 



f25,000 

43,000 
27,500 
3,020 
10,000 
15,000 
100,000 
137,500 

150,000 

10,000 

9,500 

3,000 

1,000 

300,000 

125,000 

5,000 

50,000 

48,790 

3,000 

25,300 

22,220 



1,200 
13,800 



30,000 
20,000 
100,000 
6,500 
33,100 



$177,115 

1,149 
7,724 
2,395 
1,124 
4,798 
21,808 
236,639 

42,055 
1,512 
4,067 

13,846 

1,670 
34,193 
4,276 
2,387 
5,038 
3,752 



3,373 
12,363 



2,222 
4,223 



$8,000 
3,000 



25,000 

5,940 
1,500 



26,400 



S75,000 

8,000 
1,750 

14,000 
2,876 

55,802 

with acots. 
payable 

55,470 

1,218 

240,245 
1,000 

11,600 

16,806 
21,391 

34,455 

4,000 



816,743 
5 833 



17,945 

317,399 

16 321,206 

102,144 



22,254 



19,482 
128 



81,696 
3,221 
1,015 



712 
3,787 
2,388 



24 164,867 



687 



1,036 
436 



2" Insurance unexpired. 

21 Good will and organization de- 

velopment expense. 

22 Prepaid expenses. 

23 Lasts, dies and patterns.- 

24 And depreciation. 



-'■• Furniture. 
26 Outside stock. 
2' In lieu of annual. 

28 Mortgage. 

29 Lease of ranch. 

3" Rights in live foxes. 



31 Live stock. 

32 Subscriptions received on stock. 

33 Franchise rights. 

34 Prepaid rental. 

35 And fixtures. 

36 Notes secured by Liberty Bonds. 



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Boiee-Perrine Company, Bos- 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 12, 


Deo. 31, 


$20,000 


_ 


$1,243 


$32,597 


$37,073 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bolton and Hicks Company, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


_ 


13,950 


33,433 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bolton Fruit Company, Bol- 


May 


2, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


$25,000 


6 6,450 


- 


1,510 


ton. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












Bolton Worsted Mills, Inc., 


Feb. 


7, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 29, 


80,000 


20,000 


33,143 


59,172 


15,561 ■ 


Methuen. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bon Marche Dry Goods Com- 


Mch. 


8, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 31, 


40,000 


45,000 


- 


175,210 


85,077 


pany, The. Lowell. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bon-Ton Millinery Co., The, 


Nov. 


1, 


Oct. 1, 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


- 


2,050 


7,600 


3,345 


Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bonaventure Company, Bos- 


Apr. 


8, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,441 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bonbright & Co., Incorpo- 


Jan. 2 


5, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


40,087 


rated, Boston. 


1918 




1915. 


1917. 












Bond Grain Company, 


Mch. 


4, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


7,500 


3,800 


1,540 


6,705 


13,295 


Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bond Tire Company, Boston, 


Mch. 
1918 


2, 


Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


100,000 


~ 


~ 


8,200 


1,662 


Bonelli-Adams Co., Boston, . 


Mch. ; 
1918 


5, 


Dec. 26, 
1917. 


Dec. 21, 
1917. 


100,000 


35,000 


~ 


~ 


6,568 


Bonnie Brae Farms Inc., 


Feb. 


2, 


15 Jan. 15, 


Oct. 15, 


8,500 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


Sheffield. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bonny Brook Farm Company, 


May 


2, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


16 1,500 


17 4,286 


1,253 


4,647 


Grafton. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bonwit Teller Company of 


Nov. i 


9, 


Oct. 8, 


Sept. 30, 


25,000 


- 


" 6,000 


- 


14,882 


Mass., Gloucester. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Boot & Shoe Protective Asso- 


Feb. i 


6, 


18 _ 


Feb. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


107 


ciation of New England, 


1918 






1918. 












The, Boston. 




















Boot and Shoe Recorder Pub- 


Oct. ] 


0, 


June 21, 


Apr. 30, 


150,000 


- 


- 


3,551 


54,243 


lishing Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Booth & Chalmers Wood- 


Mch. 


1, 


Feb. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,455 


734 


1,011 


working Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Booth & Chase Company, 


Mch. i 


'5, 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 1, 


10,000 


- 


4,950 


763 


17,165 


Inc., Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Booth Fisheries Company, 


Aug. r 


0, 


May 20, 


Dec. 30, 


15,000 


- 


21 12,795 


47,398 


23,272 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Booth Manufacturing Com- 


Apr. i 


7, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


1,730,000 


689,593 


860.556 


516,253 


180,579 


pany, New Bedford. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Boott Mills, Lowell, . 


Mch. ; 
1918 


!0, 


Feb. 12, 
1918. 


Oct. 27, 
1917. 


1,750,000 


2,120,007 


withR.E. 


1,640,726 


1,170,509 


Borden & Remington Co., 


Jan. i 


3, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


99,900 


30,000 


- 


135,337 


273,436 


Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Borden, Guiney and Kendall 


Mch. ] 


8, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


24,000 


16,000 


- 


30,691 


25,497 


Company, Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Border City Manufacturing 


Nov. ] 


1, 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 28, 


1,200,000 


1,251,972 


with R. E. 


577,065 


418,723 


Company, Fall River. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Borst-Pieree Company, Bos- 


May ] 


4, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 30, 


35,000 


- 


- 


12,502 


43,775 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bofs Dry Goods Company, 


May 


6, 


Mch. 27, 


Jan. 31, 


8,000 


- 


- 


11,043 


6,442 


Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Boston Air Conditioning 


Aug. 


1, 


May 17, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


1,000 


1,700 


572 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Furniture and fixtures. 

2 Insurance unexpired. 
^ Treasury stock. 

^ Liberty Bond. 

6 Good will. 

6 Farm machinery, equipment and 

supphes. 
' Development account. 



8 Mortgage. 
' Prepaid items. 

10 Furniture, fixtures and deUvery 

equipment. 

11 Mortgage lease. 

12 Investments. 

13 Office fixtures. 



1^ Contracts, etc. 
15 Adjourned. 
18 Leasehold. 
" And fixtures. 

18 None held in 1918. 

19 Supplies. 

21 Liberty Bonds. ■ 



1918.1 



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227 



of Corjiorations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 








I 


ABILITIES. 








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6 $10,000 


I 84,121 

2 821 

3 1,900 

4 500 


- 


$78,255 
57,383 


$20,000 
30,000 


$28,909 
21,597 


~ 


$17,424 


$9,344 
5,786 


$2,578 


$78,255 
57,383 


- 


' 42,064 


- 


75,024 


50,000 


47 


3 $15,000 


9,977 


- 


- 


75,024 


- 


1280 

9 1,411 

i» 18,780 


- 


129,567 
324,067 


65,000 
40,000 


8,425 
100,405 


11 21,000 


52,000 


162,662 


4,142 


129,567 
324,067 


- 


- 


- 


12,995 


5,000 


5,545 


- 


- 


- 


2,450 


12,995 


- 


12 46,500 


- 


52,941 


48,000 


- 


- 


- 


4,941 


- 


52,941 


6 5,961 


1 9,809 


- 


55,857 


10,000 


45,857 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55,857 


- 


- 


- 


25,340 


7,500 


10,305 


- 


5,800 


- 


1,735 


25,340 


6 39,000 


"500 
" 59,980 


$9,698 


109,342 
51,266 


100,000 
25,000 


3,445 
5,244 


21,022 


_ 


5,897 


: 


109,342 
51,266 


- 


- 


12,704 


14,704 


8,500 


454 


3,500 


2,250 


- 


- 


14,704 


5 1,500 


- 


- 


13,186 


6,000 


4,256 


- 


1,925 


- 


1,005 


13,186 


5 5,000 


- 


- 


25,882 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


882 


25,882 


5 300 


19 150 


984 


1,541 


310 


1,231 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,541 


6 121,000 


1 3,381 


- 


182,175 


150,000 


21,139 


- 


- 


11,036 


- 


182,175 


- 


- 


- 


4,200 


2,200 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,200 


- 


20 900 


- 


23,778 


4,500 


9,882 


- 


- 


4,439 


4,957 


23,778 


- 


22 212 

12 11,796 
23 46,724 
21 14,032 

29 12,021 

12 11 422 

3» 63;689 

31 2,800 


- 


95,473 

2,307,737 

4,931,242 

525,905 

74,988 


15,000 
1,235,000 
1,550,000 

81,000 

24,000 


2,423 

37,267 

1,066,591 

89,663 


500,000 
32 8,000 


59,705 

385,000 
27 200,000 

19,235 


23 27,000 
26 242,579 
26 677,991 
28 200,000 


18,345 
265,891 
851,660 
355,242 

23,753 


95,473 

2,307,737 

4,931,242 

525,905 

74,988 


- 


20 92,250 


- 


2,340,010 


1,200,000 


33 3,969 


34 317,500 


- 


35 61,807 


756,734 


2,340,010 


6 7,500 


36 1,138 
37 16,345 


- 


81,260 

17,485 


26,500 
8,000 


23,785 
1,809 


_ 


29,566 


6,472 


1,409 
1,204 


81,260 
17,485 


S8_100,000 


- 


957 


104,229 


200 
39 99,800 


869 


- 


3,360 


~ 


~ 


104,229 



21 And improvements on leased 

land. 

22 Deferred charges. 

23 Investment, Liberty Loan. 

24 Prepaid insurance. 

25 Reserve for excess profit tax. 
^6 Reserve for depreciation. 



27 Deferred indebtedness. 

28 Reserve for inventory. 

29 Horses, wagons and trucks. 

so U. S. Bonds and treasury certifi- 
cates. 

31 Horses, wagons, etc. 

32 Mortgage, real estate. 



33 Interest. 

34 Mortgage bonds. 
36 Depreciation. 

36 Fixtures. 

37 Advances to shippers. 

38 Patent rights. 

39 Subscriptions received for stock 



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Boston and Gloucester Steam- 


May 7, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


S62,500 


$62,650 






$17,539 


boat Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Boston and Lockport Block 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












May 17, 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


300,000 


98,227 


$40,659 


$269,875 


130,753 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston and Ophir Gold Min- 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 16, 


Jan. 16, 


1,000,000 


570,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ing Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston & Pacific Steamship 


Apr. 15, 


7 _ 


8 _ 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9 500 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 
















Boston & Revere Rubber 


May 9, 


Apr. 16, 


Apr. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


200 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston and Springfield De- 


Apr. 17, 


Mch. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


11 12,100 


_ 


7,576 


spatch Company, Spring- 
field. 
Boston and Suburban Laun- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












June 7, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


_ 


9,000 


6,717 


10,038 


dry Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston and Virginia Nickel 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 14, 


Deo. 31, 


60,000 


12 5,650 


2,000 


- 


5 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Arena Company, Bos- 


Dec. 19, 


Oct. 1, 


Sept. 22, 


300,000 


561,325 


36,733 


- 


2,725 


ton. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Armature Works, Inc., 


June 26, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 31, 


7,500 


- 


5,225 


3,857 


12,358 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Artesian Well Com- 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Artificial Limb Com- 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


"607 


1,077 


1,572 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Auto Craft Company, 


Mch. 7, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


943 


1,000 


2,515 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Auto Gage Co., Bos- 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


9,175 


17,343 


12,898 


30,013 


ton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Auto Top Co., Bos- 


Apr. 11, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


100 


200 


- 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Automobile Dealers 


Aug. 20, 


June 3, 


June 3, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


- 


18,445 


Association Incorporated, 
Boston. 
Boston Badge Company, Bos- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Sept. 11, 


July 6, 


June 30, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


808 


1,797 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Bag Wood Co., Chel- 


July 16, 


June 27, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


3,873 


- 


- 


2,953 


sea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Bank Note Company, 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


_ 


10,000 


7,000 


25,629 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Batavia Rubber Co., 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


7,500 


- 


- 


36,565 


49,431 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Beer Company, Bos- 


Dec. 7, 


Oct. 25, 


Sept. 30, 


500,000 


225,000 


31 152,800 


44,310 


215,647 


ton. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Belting Corporation, 


May 8, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


505,801 


301,746 


534,298 


967,580 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Billiard and Bowling 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 15, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Blower Company, 


Oct. 28, 


Aug. 5, 


June 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


508 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Bonnet Wire Co., 


Aug. 21, 


June 1, 


June 1, 


25,000 


- 


1,234 


5,464 


1,858 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Book Company, The, 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


62,087 


24,258 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Steamer " City of Gloucester." 

2 Reserve for depreciation, 
s Patent rights. 

^ Trade-marks. 

5 Good wUl. 

6 U. S. and Liberty Bonds. 



' None held in 1918. 

8 Company has not transacted busi- 

ness. Hence no fiscal year has 
been determined. 

9 On account of stock. 
1" Stock in treasury. 



11 And equipment. 

12 Mineral rights at cost. 

13 Prepaid items. 
1^ Accrued items. 

15 Reserve for accounts receivable. 

16 Treasury stock. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



229 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


— Con. 




Liabilities. 












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1 $37,000 


- 


$117,189 


$62,500 


$6,850 


- 


- 


2 $2,000 


$45,839 


$117,189 


2$1 
4 1 


6 60,104 


- 


599,621 


300,000 


82,369 


- 


- 


217,252 


- 


599,621 


5 1 


- 


$7,542 


577,542 


570,015 


7,527 


- 


- 


- 


- 


577,542 


- 


i» 49,500 




50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


100 


300 


300 


- 


-, 


- 


- 


■- 


300 


5 10,000 


- 


1,073 


30,749 


25,000 


- 


$5,749 


- 


- 


- 


30,749 


4 15,000 


_ 


_ 


57,755 


30,200 


12,689 


_ 


_ 


14,866 


_ 


57,755 


6 17,000 






















- 


- 


55,855 


63,510 


59,450 


4,060 


- 


- 


- 


- 


63,510 


- 


13 2,500 


16,695 


619,978 


297,900 


1,293 
11 10,895 


- 


$309,500 


15 390 


- 


619,978 


- 


16 2,750 


- 


24,190 


7,500 


5,204 


- 


2,000 


9,486 


- 


24,190 


- 


- 


14,000 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


10 100 
IS 169 


- 


3,525 


2,500 


760 


- 


161 


104 


- 


3,525 


6 3,000 


- 




7,458 


5,000 


2.338 


- 


- 


- 


120 


7,458 


19 35,800 


- 


- 


105,229 


36,450 


13,214 


- 


3,500 


43,553 

20 8,512 


- 


105,229 


- 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


18,445 


4,800 


4,684 


- 


- 


- 


8,961 


18,445 


- 


21100 
22 100 


2,949 


5,754 


5,000 


754 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,754 




23 3,615 
2^50 

25 25 

26 90 




10,606 


4,000 


1,002 


27 800 




4,804 




10,606 


- 


2S 13,176 
22 1,220 


- 


57,025 


30,000 


7,276 


- 


2,500 


17,249 


- 


57,025 


5 500 


29 2,282 


~ 


88,778 


7,500 


18,619 


- 


- 


59,298 
3" 3,361 


- 


88,778 


" 


18 5,501 
16 17,000 


" 


660,258 


150,000 


38,655 


~ 


242,457 


182,269 
S2 46,877 


- 


660,258 


MOO 


18 18,002 


- 


2,327,527 


1,000,000 


79,564 


- 


800,000 


91,212 


356,751 


2,327,527 


6 5,000 


- 


19,997 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,484 


1,992 


1,000 


992 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,992 


s 11,500 


- 


6,897 


26,953 


20,000 


2,253 


- 


4,700 


- 


- 


26,953 




33 964 


40,395 


127,704 


69,000 


25,895 


" 


32,809 


~ 


~ 


127,704 
— ! 



1' And furniture. 

18 Prepaid expense. 

1' Patent rights and trade-marks. 

2° Depreciation reserve. 

21 Furniture. 

22 Liberty Bonds. 



28 Horses and teams. 

24 Office furniture. 

25 Deposit left with Edison Co. 

26 Payment on Liberty Bond. 



28 Stones, plates, etc. 



29 Furniture, fixtures and company 

cars. 
3° Reserve for bad accounts. 
31 And barrels. 
'2 Reserves. 
33 Corporation life insurance. 



230 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 











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Assets. 






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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


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


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Q 


Q 


< 


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S 


S 


6 


Boston Book-binding Com- 


May 16, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


$75,000 


882,753 


S37,387 


$114,594 


$199,206 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Braid Manufacturing 


June 28, 


June 26, 


Mch. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


2,424 


9,021 


2,902 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Brass Andiron Com- 


May 3, 


Feb. 5, 


Feb. 1, 


25,000 


- 


750 


3,164 


1,430 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Brass Company, Wal- 


Apr. 12, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


6,000 


51,029 


4,888 


tham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston BraEing Company, 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 1, 


5,000 


- 


875 


151 


5,868 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Brick Company, Bos- 


June 10, 


May 1, 


Mch. 31, 


60,000 


44,000 


with R. E. 


46,510 


11,609 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Building Material 


May 7, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


3,400 


800 


9,623 


19,495 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Caddo Oil Company, 


Oct. 7, 


9 Oct. 2, 


Feb. 1, 


240,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Chicle Company, 


June 11, 


Mch. 27, 


Dec. 30, 


50,000 


7,065 


9,034 


4,591 


48 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Cleaning Company, 


Dec. 8, 


Nov. 8, 


Oct. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,281 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Clip & Tag Company, 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


7,390 


950 


9,235 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Clock Company, Bos- 


May 2, 


12 Apr. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


12,148 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Coal Company, Bos- 


Sept. 9, 


13 _ 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


- 


_ 


- 


300 


ton. 


1918. 




1918. 












Boston Coat Front Com- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


11,000 


- 


1,479 


; 21,751 


22,032 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Combining Company, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


3,721 


11,763 


10,063 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Commercial Motor 


June 8, 


May 7, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


405 


Vehicle Association, Incor- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












porated, Boston. 


















Boston Confectionery Com- 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


700,000 


130,345 


184,952 


226,139 


78,016 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Co-operative Build- 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


420,836 


- 


- 


4,758 


ing Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Co-operative Flower 


Dec. 18, 


Oct. 20, 


Sept. 30, 


5,000 


- 


750 


- 


3,102 


Market, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Copper Works Com- 


May 24, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 31, 


2,000 


4,000 


1,000 


2,000 


22,701 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Crown Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 14, 
1918. 


9 Feb. 28, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


11,000 


- 


500 


2,000 


5,300 


Boston Development and 


Mch. 18, 


12 July 18, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


18 531,263 


with.R. E. 


17,911 


345,440 


Sanitary Company, Bos- 
ton. 
Boston District Steam Com- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Aug. 29, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,894 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Domestic Sponging 


June 18, 


Jan. 2, 


Oct. ■ 6, 


2,100 


_ 


1,300 


- 


1,535 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Dredging Company, 


Mch. 8, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


20^104,211 


3,336 


80,017 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Drilling Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 18, 
1918. 


Feb. 21, 
1918. 


Deo. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


21 5,016 


1,172 


124 


Boston Drug and Chemical 


May 2, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


2,257 


3,788 


2,390 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Dry Goods Com- 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


300.000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13,228 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Insurance premiums. 

2 Liberty Bonds. 

5 Small, Maynard & Co. stock. 
* Furniture and fixtures. 
^ Good will. 



^ Patterns. 

^ Provision for taxes. 

8 Horses and carts. 

9 In lieu of annual. 



1° Undeveloped oil rights. 

11 Patent rights. 

12 Adjourned. 

13 None held in 1918. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 231 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 












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- 


1 $11,881 

2377 

3 40,000 


- 


$486,198 


$75,000 


$38,136 


$25,000 


$236,455 


$88,690 


$22,917 


$486,198 


- 


4 528 


$4,537 


19,412 


14,000 


1,906 


- 


3,506 


- 


- 


19,412 


5 S3,900 


6 600 


943 


10,787 


9,000 


1,287 


- 


500 


- 


- 


10,787 


- 


- 


- 


60,917 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


39,251 
' 1,666 


- 


60,917 


5 200 


- 


- 


7,094 


4,000 


3,032 


- 


- 


62 


- 


7,094 


~ 


8 4,500 


- 


106,619 


60,000 


3,808 


- 


8,900 


- 


33,911 


106,619 


. 


- 


- 


33,318 


17,300 


14,542 


- 


- 


- 


1,476 


33,318 


- 


i» 120,000 


- 


120,000 


120,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120,000 


11 1,000 


_ 


9,121 


56,950 


50,000 


3,650 


3,300 


_ 


- 


- 


56,950 


5 26,091 






















- 


- 


- 


5,281 


1,000 


3,853 


- 


- 


- 


428 


5,281 


- 


- 


- 


17,575 


5,000 


2,175 


- 


- 


- 


10,400 


17,575 


- 


- 


- 


12,148 


5,000 


50 


- 


- 


- 


7,098 


12,148 


_ 


- 


- 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


45,262 


11,000 


5,352 


14,500 




12,016 


2,394 


45,262 


- 


- 


- 


25,547 


1,000 


8,469 


- 


9,250 


- 


6,828 


25,547 


- 


14 2,800 


3,320 


6,525 


6,300 


225 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,525 


" 200,000 


- 


- 


819,452 


568,600 


79,763 


25,000 


58,156 


87,933 


- 


819,452 


- 


15 10,006 

16 778 


- 


436,378 


292,000 


- 


33,000 


- 


111,378 


- 


436,378 


- 


- 


- 


3,852 


3,125 


- 


- 


- 


- 


727 


3,852 


- 


- 


- 


29,701 


1,010 


8,975 


- 


- 


- 


19,716 


29,701 


6 4,000 


i'500 


- 


12,300 


11,000 


1,300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,300 


- 


- 


- 


894,614 


10,200 
19 489,800 


61,361 


245,000 


- 


88,253 


- 


894,614 


- 


- 


- 


1,894 


300 


1,544 


- 


- 


50 


- 


1,894 


5 1,324 


- 


- 


4,159 


2,100 


659 


- 


1,400 


- 


- 


4,159 


- 


- 


- 


187,564 


75,000 


78,166 


- 


29,321 


- 


5,077 


187,564 


- 


22 82 


- 


6,394 


5,000 


851 


- 


- 


- 


543 


6,394 


11 5,000 


24 19,812 


_ 


65,737 


57,900 


1,754 


_ 


6,083 


_ 


_ 


65,737 


23 9,000 






















5 23,490 


























202,772 


216,000 


216,000 












216,000 



" Treasury stock. 

16 Securities owned. 

16 Unexpired insurance premiums. 

" Office and laboratory fistures. 



18 And buildings and docks. 

19 Subscriptions on stock. 

26 And dredges, tugs and scows. 
21 And drilling, rigging and equip- 
ment. 



22 Deferred charges. 

23 Trade-marks. 

24 Reorganization expense. 



232 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



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Boston Duck Company, 


May 13, 


Feb. 12, 


iJan. 1, 


$350,000 


S807,826 


with R. E. 


$492,930 


$81,271 


Palmer. 


1918. , 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Dye House, Inc., 


May 21, 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


- 


$17,958 


2,000 


11,985 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Egg Company, Inc., 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


_ 


3,869 


22,415 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Electric Protective 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Association, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Electrolytic Oxygen 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


12,365 


7 52,089 


1,776 


9,996 


Company, Everett. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Electrotype Company, 


Aug. 21, 


Aug. 16, 


Aug. 16, 


10,000 


_ 


4,000 


500 


2,673 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Elite Quality Shop, 


Oct. 5, 


Sept. 18, 


Aug. 10, 


12,000 


- 


- 


31,306 


1,107 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 








* 




Boston Envelope Company, 


Oct. 3, 


June 29, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


4,700 


17,703 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Excavating Company, 


Aug. 8, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 




14,900 




3,150 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 






' 






Boston Export Company, 


June 27, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 




3,089 


3,859 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Fabric Shoe Co., 


July 18, 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 29, 


200,000 


- 


2,297 


5,108 


662 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Feather Duster Com- 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


- 


- 


10,739 


7,044 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Feature Film Com- 


May 8, 


20 Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


500 


600 


100 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Felt Manufacturing 


Aug. 16, 


Mch. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


- 


21750 


46,230 


56,264 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Fibre Co., Inc., Bos- 


Apr. 23, 


Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


31,710 


20,295 


46,269 


105,118 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Filter Company, - 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


598 


25 36,372 


8,729 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Fish Company, Bos- 


May 3, 


Feb. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Fish Market Corpora- 


Mch. 22, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


971,665 


3,942 


- 


45,462 


tion, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Fish Pier Company, 


May 9, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


3,500,000 


_ 


_ 


162,536 


793,148 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Floor Company, 


Sept. 3, 


July 1, 


July 1, 


30,000 


_ 


^2 307 


3,184 


6,615 


Limited, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Flower Exchange, 


Nov. 26, 


Oct. 26, 


Sept. 30, 


20,000 


- 


- 


219 


3,429 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Food Products Com- 


Jan. 25, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


6,233 


37,228 


14,946 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Forge Company, Bos- 


May 10, 


Apr. 18, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


14,444 


9,894 


20,013 


111,201 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Fresh Tripe Com- 


July 12, 


July 8, 


July 1, 


11,200 


- 


1,500 


27,311 


10,590 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Deducting dividend paid Feb. 1, 

1918. 

2 Liberty Bonds. 

3 Tenement and water system re- 

serve. 
^ Automobiles. 
^ Horses, wagons, etc. 
^ Good will. 



' And equipment. 

s Organization. 

' Royalties, franchises and licenses. 
1° Prepaid accounts. 
1' Accruals and other reserves. 

12 Discount. 

13 Fixtures. 

14 Furniture. 



15 Ford delivery. 

15 Russian Bonds. 

1' Cash equity life insurance. 

18 C. A. F. 

19 Patent rights. 

2" In lieu of annual. 

21 Deposit. 

22 Furniture and fixtures. 



1918. 



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233 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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i-marks 
Will. 


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- 


2 $35,000 


- 


$1,417,027 


$350,000 


$183,412 


- 


$34,300 


$826,109 
3 23,206 


- 


$1,417,027 


~ 


^ 3,250 
2 700 


~ 


35,893 


20,000 


5,762 


$1,750 


2,000 


6,381 


- 


35,893 


- 


5 1,500 


$3,047 


30,831 


15,500 


15,331 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,831 


« S6,000 


- 


- 


6,000 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


- 


s 2,141 

9 55,000 

10 839 


- 


134,206 


96,500 


2,184 
11 1,164 


8,272 


18,000 


- 


$8,086 


134,206 


- 


- 


- 


7,173 


6,100 


503 


- 


- 


- 


570 


7,173 




125 

13 2,907 

"400 


- 


35,325 


12,000 


10,586 


- 


2,000 


8,986 


1,753 


35,325 


6 1,500 


_ 


26,338 


5,000 


13,707 


_ 


with accts. 


6,841 


790 


26,338 




15 530 












payable 










2 1,000 






















16 265 






















!■ 240 




















- 


- 


11,490 


29,540 


25,000 


4,540 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29,540 


- 


- 


6,913 


13,861 


4,000 


6,442 


- 


18 3,419 


- 


- 


13,861 


" 11,705 


- 


_ 


62,182 


57,500 


2,163 


_ 


1,000 


1,519 


_ 


62,182 


6 42,410 






















- 


"588 


- 


18,371 


16,000 


- 


- 


- 


111 


2,260 


18,371 


- 


- 


6,100 


7,300 


5,300 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,300 


« 205,200 


22 4,200 


- 


312,644 


205,200 


32,924 


- 


23 25,000 


49,520 


- 


312,644 


- 


13 582 


- 


203,974 


31,300 


77,880 


21 21,375 


17,211 


56,208 


- 


203,974 


2" 5,000 


2S917 


_ 


72,885 


50,000 


448 


_ 


31117 


22,320 


_ 


72,885 


2- 20,000 


29 605 

30 664 




















- 


52 3,500 


- 


3,500 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


500 


3,500 




33 88,174 

34 39,039 
35 315,000 

36 9,940 


" 


1,473,222 


1,370,700 


47,479 


" 


" 


54,637 
3' 406 


~ 


1,473,222 


6 1,980,000 


1= 36,600 

33 388,544 

39 5,427 

*o 174,400 




3,540,655 


2,729,000 


95,346 




269,307 


371,091 
" 75,911 




3,540,655 


- 


- 


381 


10,487 


3,000 


1,764 


- 


- 


5,723 


- 


10,487 


- 


22 1,626 
38 21,814 


- 


27,088 


12,080 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


5,008 


27,088 


2" 25,000 


- 


18,797 


133,366 


100,000 


5,268 


- 


28,098 


_ 


_ 


133,366 


5 31,162 






















- 


- 


- 


155,552 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


46,352 
« 9,200 


- 


155,552 








39,401 


11,200 


8,557 








19.644 


39,401 



23 Notes payable (merchandise). 

24 Mortgage. 

25 And rented filters. 

26 Trade-marks. 

2' Good will and formulae. 

28 Furniture, fixtures and motor 

truck. 

29 Tools and patterns. 



3" Advertising and printing. 

31 Prepayments. 

32 Securities. 

53 Organization expense. 
31 Sinking fund. 
35 Stock in other companies. 
35 Accrued items. 



3' Reserve for bad debts. 

38 Investments. 

39 Prepaid expense. 
*" Treasury stock. 
11 Reserves. 

42 And furniture and fixtures. 
■13 Reserve for taxes. 



234 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




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eg 




a 
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C3 
ft 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






;s, 
ise, 
and 
'roc- 


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TION. 


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Boston Garage Company, 


Apr. 5, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


S75,000 


$143,797 






$404 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Gardening Company, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 19, 


Nov. 1, 


50,000 


30,000 


$2,500 




10,500 


Newton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Globe Cap Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


2,750 


$25,697 


7,884 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Gore and Web Manu- 


Apr. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


206 


facturing Company, Bos- 
ton. 
Boston Hebrew Publishing 


1918. 


1916. 


1917. 












Apr. 20, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 7, 


10,000 


_ 


50 


100 


700 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Hide & Leather Com- 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


170,359 


72,296 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Hotel Company, Bos- 


May 25, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


29,301 


2,300 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston House Wrecking Com- 


July 17, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


75 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Humus Company, 


June 8, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


130,000 


- 


14 21,092 


1,500 


3 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Ice Company, The, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 15, 


Oct. 31, 


500,000 


1,198,800 


- 


334,519 


399,573 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Ice Cream Company, 


May 21, 


15 Mch. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


65,156 


16 111,755 


29,213 


93,530 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Index Card Com- 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


26,043 


57,770 


38,209 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Indurating Company, 


Apr. 2, 


19 _ 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Boston Insulated Wire & 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


61,992 


61,980 


103,373 


118,281 


Cable Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Investment Company, 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


404,002 


- 


- 


73,242 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Jobbing House, Inc., 


Sept. 9, 


July 20, 


Julv 20, 


25,000 


- 


- 


9,000 


12,550 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Laboratories Incorpo- 


Mch. 2, 


Jan. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


886 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Lace and Silk Com- 


July 22, 


19 _ 


May 1, 


3,000 


_ 


31 1,000 


18,930 


2,706 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Boston Ladies Outfitters Inc., 


Mch. 15, 


Jan. 21, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


28,260 


3,809 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Lightning Rod Co., 


May 6, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


32 400 


3,325 


5,072 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Live Poultry Co., 


Dec. 21, 


Sept. 10, 


Sept. 10, 


15,000 


- 


- 


2,192 


22,245 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Loan Company, Bos- 


May 13, 


35 _ 


_ 


150,110 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


ton (1903). 


1918. 
















Boston Loan Company, Bos- 


May 13, 


Apr. 23, 


Feb. 1, 


200,000 


- 


- 


717 


48,192 


ton (1916). 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Lock Nut Co., Bos- 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


25 


1 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Lunch Company Inc., 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,497 


2,230 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Machine Works Com- 


Feb. 21, 


Feb. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


53,748 


79,189 


142,513 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Machinery Company, 


May 3, 


^0 Mch. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


16 11,000 


- 


17 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Unexpired insurance. 

2 Unexpired taxes. 

3 Investments. 

* Rents receivable. 

5 Accrued interest. 

6 Accrued salary. 
' Good will. 

8 Prepaid expenses. 



3 Mass. corporation stock. 
1" Furniture and fixtures. 

11 Prepaid insurance. 

12 Excess war profits and income tax 

accrued. 

13 License. 

I'l And fixtures. 



15 Adjourned. 

16 And equipment. 
" Stock. 

1' Reserve for depreciation. 

13 None held in 1918. 

2" Patent license. 

21 Good will and trade-marks. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporaiions — Continued. 



235 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


•ass 


i 

% 


1 

■a 

a 


"3 


B 
1 


k 

< 


J. 

a 


1 

■a 
a 

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1 


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^ 


- 


1S253 

M75 

3 3,529 

< 3,217 


- 


$151,675 
43,000 


$75,000 
25,100 


6 $250 
6 1,050 

1,076 


$15,000 


$75,000 


: 


$375 
1,824 


$151,675 
43,000 


' $4,000 


8 292 


$2,452 


43,075 


14,200 


14,222 


- 


14,653 


- 


- 


43,075 


- 


59,200 


- 


59,406 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


$9,406 


- 


59,406 


' 1,250 




- 


2,100 


1,200 


900 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,100 


- 


10 723 

11500 

13 1,000 


12,000 


243,878 
44,601 


100,000 
3,000 


71,909 

12 33,392 

4,105 


_ 


37,496 


38,577 


~ 


243,878 
44,601 


' 5,000 


- 


25 


5,100 


5,100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,100 


'130,000 


- 


67,489 


220,084 
1,932,892 


130,000 
500,000 


90,084 
54,139 


360,000 


with accts. 
payable 


1,018,753 


_ 


220,084 
1,932,892 


- 


" 9,205 


- 


308,859 


10,000 


95,852 


- 


59,000 


56,937 
18 87 070 


- 


308,859 


- 


- 


- 


122,022 


43,000 


53,044 


- 


- 


171144 


8,834 


122,022 


20 100,000 


- 


6,144 


106,144 


100,000 


6,144 


- 


- 


- 


- 


106,144 


21 87,000 


22 4,385 


- 


437,011 


100,000 


25,002 


- 


3,500 


- 


308,509 


437,011 


- 


23 547,002 
24 80,437 
2? 1,000 


- 


1,104,683 
22,550 


996,600 
14,000 


550 

2^269 
6,736 


_ 


~ 


26 340 
1,814 


106,924 


1,104.683 
22,550 


' 14,700 


28 1,068 

29 1J72 

30 922 


4,447 
6,086 


23,195 
28,722 


17,000 
3,000 


6,005 
18,222 




190 
7,500 






23,195 

28,722 


- 


2' 5,000 


- 


37,069 


10,000 


22,588 


- 


- 


4,481 


- 


37.069 


' 1,000 


- 


1,495 


11,292 


2,000 


2,521 


- 


6,771 


- 


- 


11,292 


' 10,000 


27 2,957 
33 13,243 
31 1,238 


1,957 


53,832 


15,000 


38,832 










53,832 


26 26,572 


10 2,500 


61,006 


138,987 


110,000 


- 


- 


28,987 


- 


- 


138,987 


3' 50,000 
' 3,500 


38 50 

10 2,000 


3,031 


53,107 
12,227 


50,000 
5,000 


3,107 
2,679 


- 


with accts. 
payable 
2,800 


_ 


1,748 


53,107 
12,227 


3' 11,053 


39 85,000 


- 


371,503 


100,000 


5,489 


- 


166,500 


99,514 


- 


371,503 


s? 100,000 
r ■ ■ ■ 


- 


- 


111,017 


100,000 


562 


~ 


2,900 


" 


7,555 


111,017 

! 



22 Furniture and autos. 

23 Stocks. 
21 Bonds. 

25 Unpaid dividends. 

26 Reserve rents. 
2' Fixtures. 

28 Apparatus. 



23 Furniture and fittings. 

30 Laboratory supplies, chemicals, 

etc. 

31 And store fixtures and fittings. 

32 And tools. 

33 Investments in branches and 

property rights. 



34 Teams. 

36 None held since organization. 

36 Good will, lease account, etc. 

3' Patent rights. 

38 Tools account. 

30 Investment. 

10 In lieu of annual. 



236 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 
Is 

6 




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S 
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cS 
P. 
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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 




iactures, 
rchandise, 
terial, and 
ck in Proc- 


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el's 


1 


rt 




1 


3 

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s 


a 


Boston Mailing Company, 


Feb. 20 


Feb. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


$100,000 


_ 


1 S57,104 


$10,949 


$35,381 


Boston. 


■1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Manufacturing Com- 


Sept. 24 


Aug. 26, 


June 29, 


800,000 


$869,156 


with R. E. 


1,045,997 


556,668 


pany, 1901, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Map Mounting Serv- 


Oct. 1 


July 25, 


June 30, 


3,000 


- 


200 


876 


559 


ice, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Marine Hardware 


June 3 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


6,672 


8,188 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Milling Company, 


Mch. 5 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


7,000 


- 


10 3,292 


3,243 


7,094 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Mining and Stock Ex- 


Jan. 9 


Oct. 16, 


Oct. 16, 


1,000 


- 




- 


- 


change, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Mu-ror Company, 


Feb. 2 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


12,320 


15,321 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Morris Plan Company, 


Apr. 24 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,103,469 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Mortgage Bond Com- 


July 2 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 1, 


100,000 


1,352 


_ 


_ 


114,198 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Motion Picture Sup- 


July 8 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


7,235 


3,632 


ply Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Musical Instrument 


Apr. 29 


20 _ 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


2,381 


10,469 


9,985 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Boston, Nahant and Pines 


Apr. 25 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


135,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,136 


Steamboat Company, Bos- 
ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston National League Base- 


Mch. 14 


Dec. 3, 


Nov. 30, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4,938 


ball Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston News Bureau Com- 


Apr. 16 


Mch. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


49,761 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Nickel Plating Com- 


May 3 


Feb. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


_ 


7,400 


.6,300 


17,468 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Note Brokerage Com- 


May 24 


May 7, 


May 1, 


6,600 


- 


- 


- 


20,566 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Oil and Gasolene Com- 


Sept. 24 


May 24, 


Mav 1, 


4,000 


- 


- 


14,229 


28,016 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Operating Company, 


Feb. 6 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


339 


- 


6,184 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Optical Company, 


Mch. 7 


Jan. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


7,122 


67,203 


47,866 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Oregon Mast Com- 


May 10 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,500 


756 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Packing and Provision 


Feb. 18 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 29, 


100,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Paper Board Com- 


Dec. 7 


July 10, 


June 30, 


25,000 


- 


I 11,531 


16,000 


27,588 


pany, Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Paper Manufacturing 


Aug. 9 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


50,000 


- 


5,600 


6,541 


4,317 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Paper Specialty Com- 


Mch. 12 


Dec. 18, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


- 


500 


399 


with 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 










mdse. 


Boston Parcel Delivery Com- 


Mch. 28 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,913 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Pencil Pointer Com- 


Apr. 22 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


75,000 


16,159 


32,272 


77,292 


40,564 


pany, Waltham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 And equipment. 

2 Truck. 

3 Liberty Bonds. 

* E.xpenses paid in advance. 

6 Investments. 

^ Accrued expense. 

' Reserve for depreciation. 

8 Reserve for taxes. 



5 Reserve for inventories. 
"> And shop equipment, tools and 

office equipment. 
11 Good will. 

1- Twenty per cent, depreciation al- 
lowed stock and accounts. 
13 Furniture and fixtures, 
i* Copyright and franchise. 



1' Prepaid items. 

■^ Interest collected but unearned. 

1' Payments received on certificates. 

18 Reserve for losses, interest and 

taxes. 

19 Fixtures. 

20 None held in 1918. 

21 Securities. 



1918.1 



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237 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


gg 8 


i 

g 

1 


o 


3 


J 
1 

o 




-i 

T3 

a 
"^ s 


1 
•f ^ 

O OJ 


3 


■a 
a 

g 

Oh 


5 
^ 


- 


2 $375 
3 10,000 

4 2,938 

5 1,947 


- 


$118,694 


$72,000 


$1,516 
6 1,223 


- 


- 


$39,455 
7 4,500 


- 


$118,694 


: 


$6,548 


2,471,821 
8,183 


800,000 
3,000 


175 
5,183 


~ 


$1,025,000 


8 9,500 
9 336,332 


$300,814 


2,471,821 
8,183 


- 


- 


- 


14,860 


2,150 


9,233 


- 


- 


1,205 


2,272 


14,860 


" $2,500 


8 200 


- 


16,329 


6,800 


1,642 


- 


2,762 


5,125 


- 


16,329 


11 1,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


,28,641 


10,000 


3,807 


- 


- 


12 5,528 


• 9,306 


28,641 




13 8,450 

11 50,000 

15 503 

"255 




1,162,422 
115,805 


500,000 
68,610 


10,000 
16 31,097 

42,480 




80,300 
17 471,994 


50,000 
18 7,416 

4,715 


11,615 


1,162,422 
115,805 


11 5,000 


- 


• - 


15,867 


5,000 . 


7,836 


- 


2,000 


1,031 


- 


15,867 


11 14,231 


21 4,958 


- 


42,024 


30,000 


5,613 


- 


2,000 


- 


4,411 


42,024 


11 40,000 


22 54,804 
23 1,483 
24 1,500 

25 400 

27 463,934 


51,809 


165,132 
468,872 


117,700 
100,000 


15,319 

26 725 

34,599 


$25,013 


6,375 
93,000 


241,273 




165,132 
468,872 


11 4,000 


28 15,127 

29 40,141 

3 8,908 


- 


113,937 

35,168 
20,566 


10,000 

15,000 
6,600 


18,471 

10,955 
2,250 


3» 2,342 


with accts. 
payable 


3,948 
11,716 


83,124 
5,265 


113,937 

35,168 
20,566 


- 


31 17,606 
32 1,454 

3*113 

19 5,320 
36 750 


. 7,244 


61,305 

6,636 

128,261 

11,500 


4,000 

1,000 

55,400 

10,000 


49,696 

33 4,269 

34 

42,781 

1,500 


- 


- 


2,134 

3,516 
35 2,086 
30,080 


1,206 


61,305 

6,636 

128,261 

11,500 


- 


- 


85,000 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


11 5,000 


- 


- 


60,119 


20,000 


13,675 


- 


12,500 


13,944 


- 


60,119 


11 48,641 


- 


2,429 


67,528 


50,000 


17,528 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67,528 


11 3,200 


- 


4,976 


9,075 


5,000 


500 


- 


3' 3,575 


- 


- 


9,075 


11 45,000 
«» 20,000 


38 7,900 

39 4,503 
36 1,500 


- 


66,316 

187,787 


50,000 
75,000 


5,979 
27,266 


- 


4,400 
47,094 


38,427 


5,937 


66,316 

187,787 



22 Steamer property. 

23 Office fixtures. 
2-' Fund. 

25 Prepaid insurance. 

26 Accrued interest. 

2' Franchise and players' contracts. 

28 Plant account. 

29 Investment account. 



30 Employees' subscription to Liberty 

Loan. 

31 Store and station equipment, 

teams, etc. 

32 Insurance and battery equip- 

ment. 

33 Coupons and containers in 

customers' hands. 



34 Deferred charges. 

35 Reserves. 

36 Treasury stock. 

3' Loan by Fred T. Paul. 

38 Horses, wagons, etc. 

39 American T. & T. Co. stock. 

40 Patent rights. 



238 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 



-dtcl 



Boston Photo Play Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Piano Supply Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Pier, or the Long 
Wharf, Proprietors of, Bos- 
ton. 

Boston Pipe & Fittings Co., 
Boston. 

Boston Plastic Art Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Plate and Window 
Glass Company, Boston. 

Boston Plumbing Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Pneumatic Transit 
Company, Boston. 

Boston Pocket Manual Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Polish Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Boston Portrait Company 
Inc., Boston. 

Boston Printing Press & Ma- 
chinery Co., Boston. 

Boston Produce Co., Boston, . 

Boston, Providence and Fall 
River Express Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Publishing Company, 
Boston. 

Boston Railroad Holding 
Company, Boston. 

Boston Real Estate E.xchange, 



Boston Realty and Construc- 
tion Company, The, Boston. 

Boston Regalia Company, 
The, Boston. 

Boston Retail Grocers Food 
Fair Company, Boston. 

Boston Rubber Shoe Com- 
pany, Maiden. 

Boston Sanitary Wagon Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Sash Weight Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Saw and Tool Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Scale & Machine Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston School for Secretaries, 
Inc., The, Boston. 



Aug. 20, 
1918. 

July 2, 
1918. 

May 8, 
1918. 

Apr. 12, 

1918. 
June 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 26, 

1918. 
May 16, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 18, 

1918. 
Sept. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
Feb. 26, 

1918. 
Jan. 18, 

1918. 
Feb. 21, 

1918. 

May 22, 
1918. 

Nov. 18, 
1918. 

Jan. 19, 
1918. 

Sept. 11, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
Mav 7, 

1918. 
Mav 6, 

1918. 
Aug. 7, 

1918. 
May 3, 

1918. 
Jan. 25, 

1918. 
Apr. 20, 

1918. 

Jan. 30, 
1918. 



Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 

Jan. 19, 

1918. 
Mav 31, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
Dec. 3, 

1917. 
Mav 15, 

1918. 
Feb. 28, 

1918. 
July 16, 

1918. 
Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Jan. 21, 

1918. 
Jan. 9, 

1918. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 

Jan. 29, 
1918. 

Sept. 18, 
1918. 

Jan. 9, 
1918. 



Jan. 15, 

1918. 
Mch. 14 

1917. 
Mch. 29, 

1918. 
July 12 
■ 1918. 
Apr. 1 

1912. 
Dec. 27 

1917. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 

Jan. : 
1918. 



Jan. 1, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Mch. 31, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dee. 1, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
July 16, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 27, 

1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

June 30, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. , 

Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Oct. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. ,30, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Nov. 30, 

1917. 
Deo. 31, 

1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 



870,000 

50,000 

480,000 

50,000 
50,000 
500,000 
15,000 
50,000 
20,000 
50,000 
50,000 
4,000 
15,000 
50,000 

1,120,000 

30,400,400 

10,000 

50,000 

5,000 

50,000 

5,000,000 

50,000 

100,000 

6,000 

300,000 

20,000 



Assets. 



$471,050 



9,300 
176,197 



27 25,100 



i $88,168 

1,821 

29,389 
761 

26,437 

500 

150 

1,271 

10,890 



15 185,000 



1,000 

1,300 

53,870 



m 00 c3 t, 

S'i-r'^ 



13 



2 $4,173 
148,896 

' 31,398 

18,015 

285,151 

1,426 

5,306 

10 

1,015 

9,440 

427 

3,393 

29,009 



300 
35,484 

2,265,070 

487 

1,374 

83,860 



1,500 



1 None held in 1918. 

2 And fixtures. 
' Good will. 

* Investments. 

5 Prepaid rental. 

* And equipment. 
' Patent rights. 



^ Prepaid expense. 
' Reserves. 
1" Paid in advance. 

11 Trade-marks. 

12 Furniture and fixtures. 

13 Advances to road managers. 



1* A going express business, horses 
and teams. 

15 And furniture. 

16 Securities. 

1' Prepaid items. 

18 Capital stock held for delivery. 

19 Accrued items. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



239 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


•ass 

Ill 


S 
a 

1 


1 

OS 


3 


-2 

1 

'0, 

C3 



• 
< 


J. 

-0 

E3 


J. 

a g 
'■B a 


:3 
00 


3. 

03 





3 $3,000 
' 6,980 


4 $13,250 
5 19,541 

474 

3 1,816 


$15,560 


$100,500 
317,449 
820,149 


$70,000 
50,000 
480,000 


$9,000 
247,394 


~ 


$21,500 


$914 
9 19,141 
340,149 


- 


$100,500 
317,449 
820,149 


- 


- 


_ 


112,794 


50,000 


13,273 


- 


- 


49,521 


- 


112,794 


3 10,000 


- 


7,535 


48,242 


29,400 


392 


$4,150 


14,300 


- 


- 


48,242 


- 


"> 1,958 


- 


734,912 


500,000 


14,533 


- 


- 


220,379 


- 


734,912 


' 10,442 


- 


- 


16,816 


15,000 


1,142 


196 


- 


- 


$478 


16,816 


422,041 
3 18,000 


- 


2,599 


477,778 
21,995 


50,000 
20,000 


3,692 
1,995 


_ 


296,016 


128,070 


with 
siirplua 


477,778 
21,995 


' 2,500 
11 20,000 
3 31,348 

s 6,610 


12 3,378 
" 1,715 


3,951 


25,960 
59,246 
23,359 


25,000 
50,000 
4,000 


960 
1,437 
2,333 


-, 


17,026 


5,097 


2,712 


25,960' 
59,246 
23,359 


- 


- 


181 


3,900 


3,000 


900 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,900 


3 25,300 


14 4,700 


- 


30,000 


28,500 


1,000 


- 


- 


500 


- 


30,000 


3 2,135,214 


26,918 

16 36,058 

1' 5,854 

=2 27.927,452 

23 1,060,145 

24 922 

26 6,439 


7,045,134 
3,035 


2,833,883 

36,035,639 

10,000 


736,230 
18 324,770 

30,400,400 
10,000 


25,940 
1' 67,925 

25 5,564,912 


1,416,000 


120,000 
70,327 


81,113 

9 5,007 

20 40,573 


21 16,325 


2,833,883 

36,035,639 

10,000 


- 


- 


23,790 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


28 900 


- 


51,317 


5,000 


18,150 


- 


24,380 


3,694 


93 


51,317 


- 


- 


90 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


' 2,342 


- 


- 


6,719,470 


5,000,000 


313,560 


- 


- 


1,405,910 


- 


6,719,470 


- 


- 


300 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


■> 88,000 


- 


26,134 


116,774 


100,000 


16,774 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116,774 


- 


- 


11,640 


15,300 


4,250 


11,050 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,300 


28 150,000 
3 15,000 


30 1,070 

31 4,755 
32 80,284 


- 


407,323 
17,244 


225,000 
1,100 


13,088 
33547 

997 


- 


54,500 


34 3,800 

35 79,454 

30,934 


15,147 


407,323 
17,244 



20 Suspense. 

21 Donations. 

22 Boston & Maine R.R. common 

stock (book value). 

23 Boston & Maine R.R. preferred 

stock (book value). 



24 Boston & Maine R.R. $1,000 4 
per cent, bond (book value). 

23 Cumulative preferred stock divi- 
dends. 

26 Plant. 

2' Equity. 

23 Fixtures. 



29 Good will and patents. 

30 Cash in escrow. 

31 Deferred charges. 

32 Insurance claims. 
.33 Wages accrued. 

34 Reserve for Federal tax. 

35 Reserve for fire insurance. 



240 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





i 




1 


C3 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






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and 
roc- 


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Stock 
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Boston Self-Locking Block 


Jan. 24 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


$15,000 




1S400 


S2,237 


$1,331 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Shipbuilding Com- 


Feb. 18 


Jan. 2, 


Deo. 31, 


4,000 


_ 


4,000 


700 


16,911 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Shoe Co., Boston, 


Feb. 1 
1918. 


Jan. 7, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,836 


Boston Silk Company, The, 


Apr. 16 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 1, 


25.000 


_ 


_ 


4,513 


2,810 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Silver Black Fox Com- 


June 28 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4,000 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Soda Fountain Com- 


May 8 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


- 


564 


2,134 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1917; 


1917. 












Boston Specialty Company, 


Feb. 8 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


184 


795 


5,656 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Starter and Specialty 


Mch. 8 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


6 2,766 


2,353 


811 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Steel & Mfg. Com- 


May 23 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


- 


4,056 


5,122 


8,341 


pany, Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Stevedore Company, 


June 24 


Mch. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


22,485 


- 


12,695 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Stitching and Plaiting 


Jan. 5 


Aug. 31, 


July 1, 


50^000 


_ 


2,000 


588 


874 


Co., Boston (for 1917). 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Stitching and Plaiting 


Sept. 25 


Aug. 30, 


June 30, 


50,000 


- 


1,500 


1,843 


4,887 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Storage Company, 


Mav 13 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 31, 


651,000 


S578,045 


847 


- 


33,327 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Storage Warehouse 


May 13 


Apr. 18, 


Apr. 1, 


2,000,000 


1,636,010 


115,969 


_ 


14,381 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Structural Steel Com- 


Mch. 22 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


20,000 


9,350 


23,201 


48,795 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Tavern Inc., Boston, . 


Apr. 17 
1918. 


Jan. 2, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


- 


10,793 


10,081 


Boston Team Owners' Supply 


Jan. 2 


Sept. 25, 


Sept. 25, 


50,000 


_ 


400 


425 


308 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Terminal Refrigerat- 


Apr. 11 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


66,859 


180,000 


- 


52,260 


ing Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Times Company, 


Feb. 25 


Jan. 19, 


Sept. 26, 


24,000 






50 


300 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Trading and Fruit 


Jan. 18 


30 Dec. 31, 


Sept. 30, 


250,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


Company, The, Boston. 


191S. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boston Transcript Company, 


Mch. 20 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


60,000 


491,000 


177,254 


- 


124,463 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Transfer Company, 


July 9 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,488 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Transportation Co., 


Apr. 13 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Travelling Goods 


Apr. 17 


Mch. 15, 


Mch. 15, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


1,659 


4,275 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Trucking Company, 


Aug. 20 


June 1, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


32 3,000 


1,420 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Vapor Heating Co., 


June 7 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


4,597 


24,747 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Varnish Company, 


Jan. 11 


Dec. 29, 


Dec. 1, 


600,000 


139,126 


22,952 


264,424 


189,380 


Everett. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 













1 And tools. 

2 Patterns. 

3 Good will. 

^ Forty foxes. 

^ Patent rights and trade-marks. 
8 And fixtures, dies and tools. 
' Patent rights. 



8 Fixtures. 

5 Investments. 
^° Treasury stock. 
11 Deferred charges. 
1- Insurance premiimas. 
13 Construction account. 
1^ Mortgage. 



15 Suspense. 

w Percentage held back on contracts. 

" Automobiles. 

18 Investment in stock in M'f'r's 

Nat. Bank. 

19 Good will, rent, license, taxes, 

insurance, etc. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



241 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 












>i 


J= 


J, 








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i 
1 


J 




i 


1 

s 


1 _ 


02 

■a 
a 
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3 
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3 
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J 

1 


PS 


3 
^ 


- 


2 $630 


$10,589 


$15,187 


$15,000 


$187 


- 


- 


- 




$15,187 


- 


- 


- 


21,611 


4,000 


12,027 


- 


- 


- 


$5,584 


21,611 


- 


- 


6,464 


15,300 


10,100 


5,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,300 


3 $10,000 


- 


1,593 


18,916 


17,500 


1,416 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,916 


- 


4 40,000 


58,500 


102,500 


100,000 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


102,500 


- 


- 


- 


2,698 


- 


1,890 


- 


$700 


$42 


66 


2,698 


6 9,200 


- 


- 


15,835 


800 


2,365 


- 


- 


- 


12,670 


15,835 


' 4,500 


- 


513 


10,943 


10,000 


943 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,943 


- 


- 


- 


17,519 


5,500 


- 


$6,776 


- 


- 


5,243 


17,519 


8 400 


- 


5,853 


41,433 


10,000 


5.319 


- 


5,000 


21,114 


- 


41,433 


s 10,000 


2 300 
8 300 


5,246 


19,308 


17,200 


2,108 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,308 


- 


11,950 


20,180 


17,200 


2,980 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,180 


- 


» 200,000 

"300 

11 1,410 


- 


813,929 


651,000 


3,326 


- 


150,000 


9,603 


- 


813,929 


- 


12 2,000 

13 6,512 


- 


1,774,872 


1,255,000 


- 


14 150,000 


32,000 


337,397 

15 475 


~ 


1,774,872 


" 


16 4,351 
1' 1,500 

18 281 


~ 


107,478 


15,000 


19,579 


" 9,000 


16,273 


47,626 




107,478 


w 18,561 


20 35,172 
9 15,000 

21 18,76« 


" 


108,373 


50,000 


23,798 




12,460 


22,115 




108,373 


8 500 


- 


532 


2,165 


1,405 


434 


- 


326 


- 


- 


2,165 




22 5,882 
23 12,691 
2* 168,403 
25 220,142 
26 19,022 




725,259 


500,000 


6,628 




2' 170,000 

28 24,609 

5,000 


29 19,022 




725,259 


- 


- 


24,244 


24,594 


24,000 


404 


- 


190 


- 


- 


24,594 


- 


- 


300 


300 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


792,717 


60,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


727,717 


with 
surplus 
264 


792,717 


3 10,000 


31 7,000 


- 


20,488 


20,000 


224 


- 


- 


- 


20,488 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


3 1,000 


8 300 


- 


7,234 


5,000 


2,234 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,234 


- 


- 


6,330 


10,750 


10,000 


750 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,750 


- 


- 


- 


29,344 


10,000 


17,699 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


- 


1,645 


29,344 


83 114,446 






730,328 


600,000 


50,833 
34 36,000 






43,495 




730,328 



2" Crockery, glass, silver, furniture, 
carpets, beds, bedding, table 
linen and towels, 

21 Alteration and repairs. 

22 Furniture, fixtures and inventory. 

23 Accrued storage charges and in- 

surance. 



2'! Customers' loans. 
23 Leasehold. 
26 Sinking fund. 
2' Notes payable secured 
customers' loans. 

28 Acceptance. 

29 Sinking fund reserve. 



by 



3" Adjourned. 

31 Horses, wagons, sleds, harness, 

etc. 

32 And horses. 
83 Trade-marks. 

34 Dividend due stockholders. 



242 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




o 


1 


1 


C3 

Q. 

03 

o 

1 . 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


3 


b 


ctures, 
handise, 
rial, and 
in Proc- 








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o 

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Ms 

3^ 


1 


a 
1 


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Merc] 
Mate 
Stock 
ess. 


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& 


Q 


o 


■< 


« ' 


:s 


S 


O 


Boston Veterinary Hospital, 


Apr. 18, 


1 Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


$7,000 


$29,000 




$446 


$2,965 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Wall Paper House, 


July 16, 


July 11, 


July 1, 


50,000 


- - 


2 $7,500 


34,406 


19,608 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Watch Company, 


Mch. 29, 


Jan. 9, 


Jan. 9, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


1,886 


4,401 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Water Power Com- 


May 9, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 1, 


3 _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


160 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 










* 3,418 


Boston West Africa Trading 


Aug. 22, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Wharf Company, The, 


Feb. 7, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000,000 


8,740,887 


- 


- 


77,317 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Wholesale Millinery 


Oct. 11, 


July 8, 


June 30, 


10,000 


— 


- 


4,174 


14,511 


Company, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Willow & Willowcraft 


May 14, 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 28, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


14,162 


13,351 


Shops, Inc., The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boston Wood Fibre Products 


May 11, 


15 Mch. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


24,000 


16 82,075 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston Wrench Co., Boston, . 


Apr. 3, 
1918. 


Feb. 15, 
1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


100,000 


- 


7,453 


i;503 


5,718 


Boston Yarn Company, Bos- 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


788,247 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bosworth & Beal Inc., Co- 


June 26, 


lApr. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


1,955 


2,183 


10,516 


5,892 


hasset. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boughton Door Company, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


_ 


314 


2,337 


1,112 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boulevard Auto Company, 


May 31, 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


17,917 


3,815 


872 


3,401 


Somerville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Boulevard Garage Company, 


June 28, 


Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


2,000 


463 


1,405 


Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Boulevard Storage Warehouse 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


400 


367 


& Realty Company, Med- 
ford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bourn-Hadley Company, 


Aug. 17, 


Aug. 12, 


June 30, 


45,000 


38,029 


withR.E. 


35,042 


36,431 


Templeton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bourne Mills, Fall River, 


Nov. 18, 
1918. 


Oct. 16, 
1918. 


Sept. 30, 
1918. 


1,000,000 


190,000 


867,139 


371,716 


271,838 


Bourque Construction Com- 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 30, 


Mch. 12, 


2,500 


6,500 


700 


250 


2,300 


pany, The, Lawrence. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bourse Cigar Co., The, Bos- 


Jan. 18, 


Dec. 19, 


Dec. 1, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


4,221 


6,645 


ton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Boutwell Bros., Incorporated, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


29 1,816 


78,922 


50,659 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bowditch & Clapp Company, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


- 


56,337 


96,370 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bowdoin Company, The, 


Nov. 19, 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 4, 


10,000 


41,800 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bowen, Inc., Boston, . 


May 8, 

1918. 
Apr. 30, 


33 _ 


Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


526 


22,219 


Bowenville Coal Company, 


Apr. 17, 


40,000 


41,914 


10,919 


11,817 


78,277 


The, Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bowers Can Seal Company, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


600,000 


- 


799 


4,402 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bowie Manufacturing Com- 


Sept. 23, 


June 1, 


May 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 




' 








Bowker and Archer Marble 


Sept. 4, 


May 8, 


May 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,020 


Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Adjourned. 

2 And fixtiu-es. 

3 1,856 4-10 shares preferred stock, 

par value $25; 94,416 shares 
common stock, par value not 
fi.xed. 
^ Cash in hands of trustees. 



5 Investments. 

6 Interest accrued. 

' Rents paid in advance. 

8 Repair and depreciation fund. 

9 Good will. 

1" Furniture and fixtures. 
11 Prepayments. 



12 Liberty Bonds. 

13 Sales allowaince. 
1* Fixtures. 

15 Special meeting. 

16 Under-lease. 
1' Patent rights. 
18 Trade-marks. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



243 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


-SJ3 
(2 


3 
.2 


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a 
a 

ya 
2 


1 


S 
O 


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3.2 

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a 
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J. 

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-a 

a 

ii 

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1 




T3 


3" 


- 


- 


- 


$32,411 


$7,000 


$1,115 


$24,000 


- 


$296 


- 


$32,411 


- 


- 


$3,529 


65,043 


40,000 


5,208 


- 


$13,028 


6,807 


- 


65,043 


- 


- 


105 


6,392 


1,000 


1,267 


- 


4,125 


- 


- 


6,392 


- 


- 


- 


3,578 


s _ 


- 


6,911 


- 


- 


- 


6,911 


- 


5 $100,000 


- 


8,918,204 


6,000,000 


6 25,000 


2,500,000 


7 14,158 


8 379,046 


- 


8,918,204 


',$4,600 


10 1,010 

11226 

12 5,500 

"97 




30,021 
27,610 


10,000 
10,000 


7,603 
13 412 

7,098 




10,116 


12,006 
396 




30,021 
27,610 


- 


- 


- 


106,075 


82,075 


- 


21,000 


2,500 


- 


$500 


106,075 


17,74.202 

18 15 

"j'23,837 
9 3,900 
» 3,000 


19 834 

21836 
22 250 

23 75 

2U8 


19,325 
1,511 


108,216 
789,081 
21,632 
33,104 
29,005 


74,000 
100,000 
10,000 
31,000 
10,000 


19,716 

87,095 

20 46,000 

6,320 

25 304 

1,705 


11,286 


14,500 

1,299 
1,800 


555,986 


4,013 
6,014 


108,216 

789,081 

21,632 

33,104 

29,005 


'1,500 


- 


58 


5,426 


5,000 


426 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,426 


«200 




868 


1,835 


1,000 


835 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,835 


- 


- 


- 


109,502 


45,000 


19.473 


- 


23,619 


18,550 


2,860 


109,502 


- 


2S 179,690 


- 


1,880,383 


1,000,000 


26,047 


- 


270,000 


2' 108,303 


476,033 


1,880,383 


- 


- 


28 1,000 


10,750 


2,500 


1,650 


5,400 


- 


- 


1,200 


10,750 


- 


- 


- 


10,866 


10,000 


753 


- 


- 


- 


113 


10,866 


_ 


so 1,650 
51567 


_ 


133,614 
152,707 


60,000 
80,000 


9,869 
48,322 


- 


_ 


S2 30,819 
24,385 


32,926 


133,614 
152,707 


- 


- 


- 


41,800 


1,200 


- 


38,300 


- 


- 


2,300 


41,800 


- 


3« 15,646 


506 


38,897 


25,000 


397 


- 


13,500 


- 


- 


38,897 


- 


- 


- 


142,927 


40,000 


50,593 


- 


- 


- 


52,334 


142,927 


" 429,700 
17 12,500 


_ 


36 19 

810 
1,235 


435,730 
13,735 


435,000 
12,500 


730 
55 


- 


1,180 


~ 


~ 


435,730 
13,735 


~ 


- 


85 


2,105 


2,100 


5 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


2,105 



19 Unexpired insurance. 
2" Estimated taxes. 

21 Office fixtures, etc. 

22 Liberty Bond. 

23 Model accounts. 
2'' Catalogues. 



25 F. E. Howes. 
25 U. S. Bonds. 
2' Reserve for taxes. 

28 Shares in Canadian Construction 

Co. 

29 And working equipment. 



31 Treasury stock. 

31 Suspense account. 

32 Reserve for depreciation. 

33 None held since organization. 
3* Securities. 

35 Deferred charges to profit and loss. 



244 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 




NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


i 

s 

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


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^ 


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rt 


1 


S 


o 


Bowker Torrey Company, 


Mch. 20, 


1 - 


Dec. 31, 


$225,000 










The, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Boyajian's Pharmacy, Boston, 


Mch. 18, 
1918. 


Jan. 7, 
1918. 


Jan. 7, 
1918. 


8,000 


- 


- 


$4,096 


$1,100 


Boyce Cigar Company, Bos- 


Aug. 16, 


May 


14, 


May 1, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


2,085 


4,333 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Boyd Transportation Com- 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 


29, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


182 


pany, The, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Boyden and Company, In- 


Aug. 5, 


» July 


1, 


Apr. 3, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


1,738 


11,151 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Boyden & Steacie, Inc., Bos- 


June 24, 


May 


25, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


- 


17,629 


ton, 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Boylston Bottling Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Jan. 


30, 


Dec. 31, 


6,500 


■ _ 


_ 


18,336 


9,429 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Boylston Coal Co., Inc., Bos- 


July 17, 


July 


1, 


July 1, 


25,000 


$8,500 


- 


4,000 


5,550 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Boylston Dental Laboratory 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 


7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


$416 


3,728 


7,098 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Boylston Market Association, 


Mch. 26, 


10 Feb. 


15, 


Jan. 31, 


1,000,000 


2,166,598 


_ 


_ 


18.637 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












Boylston Realty Corporation, 


July 18, 


May 


31, 


Dec. 31, 


105,000 


179,534 


1,148 


297 


1,136 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












Boys Store, Inc., The, Bos- 


Feb. 26, 


1 _ 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


_ 


10,980 


5,562 


ton. 


1918. 




1917. 












Bozart Rug Company, Spring- 


Apr. 20, 


Feb. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 




" 57,634 


100,301 


27,168 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brackett Coal Company, 


May 13, 


May 3, 


Mch. 31, 


54,000 


_ 


- 


9,939 


35,458 


Newton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brackett Heel Company, 


Aug. 26, 


June 10, 


May 31, 


50,000 


- 


4,861 


33,634 


26,439 


Newburyport. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bradbury Company, The, 


Feb. 26, 


i»Feb. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


38,000 


52,000 


_ 


_ 


4 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bradford Lumber Company, 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


20,244 


8,100 


16,561 


5.761 


The, Williamsburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bradlee and Chatman Com- 


July 18, 


Apr. 16, 


Feb. 28, 


30,000 


- 


26 2,350 


6,319 


50,677 


pany, The, Boston, 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bradley Fertilizer Company, 


Jan. 22, 


Feb. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Boston. 


1918. 


1908. 


1917. 












Bradley Rug Co., Plymouth, . 


Feb. 14, 
1918. 


Feb. 5, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


60,000 


22,902 


38,825 


50,100 


20,519 


Bradshaw-Patten Company, 


Jan. 7, 


Oct. 1, 


Oct. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


500 


1,550 


6,938 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bradstreet Heel Company, 


June 18, 


June 7, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


1,933 


3,330 


6,912 


Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bragdon-Jones Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,853 


Boston. 


1918. 


1912. 


1917. 












Brandon Farms Milk Com- 


May 3, 


Mch. 12, 


Mch. 1, 


1,000 


- 


- 


79 


500 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brandt Leather Company, 


Oct. 23, 


July 17, 


June 29, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


76,128 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brandt Leather Corporation, 


Oct. 23, 


July 18, 


June 29, 


1,000 


- 


584 


11,426 


21,337 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 None held in 1918. 

2 Good will. 

2 Equipment. 

* Ten horses, thirteen wagons, 

harnesses, furniture, auto and 

auto truck. 



5 Date of postponement. 
^ Fixtures. 
' Investments. 
8 Suspense. 
' Horses and wagons. 
10 Adjourned. 



11 Advance payments, rent, taxes, etc. 

12 Unexpired insurance. 

13 Furniture and fixtures. 
1^ Advertising material. 

15 Liberty Bond. 

16 Treasury stock. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



245 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 












i. 


J. 


J. 








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i 

1 


1 
1 




1 


a 
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m 


Ph 


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- 


- 


$177,200 


$177,200 


$177,200 


- 




- 


- 


- 


$177,200 


2 $3,000 


- 


- 


8.196 


8,000 


$196 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,196 


« 2,500 


s $3,279 


3,654 


15,851 


2,800 


9,851 


- 


$3,200 


- 


- 


15,851 


- 


i 4,255 


- 


4,437 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,437 


4,437 


- 


- 


- 


12,889 


30 


7,133 


- 


- 


- 


5,726 


12,889 


2 1,000 


6 350 
' 3,190 
8 3,747 


- 


25,916 


5,000 


20,565 


- 


- 


- 


351 


25,916 


2 14,000 


» 4,400 
6 475 


- 


46,640 


6,500 


22,541 


~ 


~ 


$17,448 


151 


46,640 


2 6,000 


6 2,500 


2,195 


28,745 


25,000 


1,100 


$2,425 


220 


- 


- 


28,745 


- 


- 


- 


11,242 


6,000 


1,145 


- 


- 


- 


4,097 


11,242 


- 


- 


- 


2,185,235 


1,000,000 


310,000 


- 


11 3,608 


- 


871,627 


2,185,235 


- 


12 657 


4,174 


186,946 


105,000 


6,946 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


186,946 




" 2,079 
"87 
'2 48 
" 10 

16 4,300 




23,066 


20,000 


1,341 






1,725 




23,066 


18 450,000 


19 20,009 
2» 27,134 


- 


682,246 


650,000 


6,860 


- 


25,000 


386 


- 


682,246 


2 10,000 


21 10,849 

22 313 


- 


66,559 


54,000 


6.254 


- 


547 


5,758 


- 


66,559 




23 500 




65,434 


30,000 


28,261 




with accts. 
payable 


5,073 
2* 1,100 
25 1,000 




65,434 


- 


- 


35,238 


87,242 


38,000 


- 


35,000 


14,242 


- 


- 


87,242 


- 


- 


- 


50,666 


18,975 


6,130 


5,000 


18,900 


1,661 


- 


50,666 


- 


6 725 

' 15,675 

2' 148,838 


- 


225 124 


30,000 


39,007 


- 


28 100,172 


29 29,127 


26,818 


225,124 
























8 540 




















2 5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


2 7,000 


so 469 
SI 1,548 
22 1,200 


- 


142,563 


60,000 


25,420 


33 8,000 


37,597 


11,546 


- 


142,563 


2 5,800 


- 


1,822 


16,610 


10,000 


2,185 


4425 


- 


- 


- 


16,610 


- 


3*420 
19 300 


- 


12,895 


5,000 


4,381 


- 


1,000 


2,514 


* 


12,895 


5 48,850 


- 


1,757 


52,460 


50,000 


2,460 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52,460 


- 


- 


- 


579 


15 


412 


- 


- 


- 


152 


579 


- 


- 


- 


76,128 


1,000 


74,260 


- 


- 


- 


868 


76,128 


- 


35 137 


- 


33,484 


1,000 


31,612 


- 


- 


- 


872 


33,484 



1' And equipment. 

18 Trade-marks. 

19 Liberty Bonds. 
2i> Deferred items. 

21 Horses, teams and equipment. 

22 Insurance prepaid. 

23 Automobile. 



2* Reserve for taxes. 

25 Reserve for machinery liabilities. 

26 And tools. 

2' Contracts partially installed. 

28 Received on unfinished contracts. 

29 Reserves. 



30 Office furniture and supplies. 

31 Sprinkler system. 

32 Preferred capital stock not issued. 

33 Mortgage notes. 

34 Insurance. 

35 Prepaid expense. 



246 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 




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1 


a 
1 


p. 

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o 


Assets. 


NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 


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1 


b 


ctures, 
iandise, 
rial, and 
in Proc- 


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Meri 
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Brandt's Inc., Boston, . 


May 29, 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 1, 


$100,000 


_ 


1 $20,081 


$43,502 


$34,463 




1918 




1918. 


1918. 








" 




Breck-Robinson Nursery 


Apr. C 


0, 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


112,334 


13,738 


Company, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Breck's Real Estate Agency 


Mch. i 


1, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,432 


- 


(Inc.), Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brennan & Palmer, Inc., 


Feb. ] 


8, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 19, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


21,049 


Salem. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brennan Boot and Shoe Com- 


Dec. ] 


0, 


9 Nov. 13, 


Nov. 1, 


20,000 


S9,000 


4,789 


41,476 


65,524 


pany, Natick (for 1917). 


1917 




1917. 


1917. 












Brennan Boot and Shoe Com- 


Nov. i 


5, 


Nov. 6, 


Nov. 1, 


20,000 


9,000 


3,910 


24,724 


69,133 


pany, Natick. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brennan Grain Co., Chelsea, . 


July ] 
1918 


7, 


Jan. 2, 
1918. 


Aug. 30, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


575 


3,086 


6,493 


Brennan Mfg. Co., Boston, . 


Aug. 
1918 


0, 


Mch. 30, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


30,000 




5,918 


4,532 


6,400 


Brenner-Myers Company, 


Mch. 


7, 


Jan. 21, 


Nov. 1, 


5,000 


-- 


- 


5,486 


236 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Breshn & Campbell, Inc., 


Mch. 


6, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


- 


6,322 


193,767 


185,051 


Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Brett-Rayner-Boyer Com- 


Apr. 1 


2, 


11 _ 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


2,000 


4,856 


12,870 


34,626 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918 






1918. 












Brewer and Carlson Com- 


Apr. 


9, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


1,200 


- 


300 


4,900 


550 


pany, Athol. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Brewer & Company Inc., Fall 


June ] 


8. 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


40,880 


- 


93,880 


107,227 


River. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












Bridge-Baxter Co., Boston, . 


Apr. 2 
1918 


6, 


9 Feb. 28, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


30,000 


- 


- 


29,360 


32,765 


Bridge Company, The, Arling- 


Mch. 


6, 


Jan. 14, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


- 


5,198 


32,563 


7,748 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Bridgewater Ice and Coal 


Aug. 


6, 


16 July 22, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


9,000 


5,000 


400 


11,487 


Company, The, Bridge- 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












water. 




















Bridgewater Shoe Factory 


May 


1, 


9 Apr. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


36,600 


21,000 


- 


- 


- 


Company, Bridgewater. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bridgewater Workers Co- 


Jan. 2 


8, 


Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


19,835 


- 


75 


1,740 


operative Association, Inc., 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Bridgewater. 




















Bridgham and Smith Com- 


Feb. : 


0. 


Jan. 17. 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


29,089 


34,187 


pany, Boston. 
Brierly-Lombard Company, 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Apr. 1 


0, 


16 Mch. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


65,378 


20,007 


The, Worcester. 


1918 




1918. 


1917. 












Briggs and AUyn Manufactur- 


Mch. 1 


5, 


Feb. 27. 


Jan. 31, 


115,000 


16,000 


2,111 


- 


42,073 


ing Company, Lawrence. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Briggs Carriage Company, 


Feb. 1 


1, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


20,000 


2,000 


5,015 


45,510 


Amesbury. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












Briggs Electric Company, 


Apr. C 


0, 


Apr. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


5,458 


6,853 


New Bedford. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brigham Company, The, 


Apr. 5 


6, 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 9, 


100,000 


- 


1 22,227 


61,695 


98,905 


Springfield. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brighton Avenue Realty Co., 


Apr. ] 


0, 


11- 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


132,952 


- 


- 


- 


Fraiaingham. 


1918 






1918. 












Brighton Coal Company, Bos- 


May 5 


8, 


16 May 18, 


Mch. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


5,140 


24,941 


ton. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brighton Cold Storage Ware- 


Feb. ] 


2, 


Dec. 3, 


Dec. 3, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


house Company, Boston. 


1918 




1917. 


1917. 












Brighton Dressed Meat Com- 


Oct. i 


8, 


June 12, 


June 12, 


10,000 


- 


21 6,323 


55,201 


107,193 


pany, Boston. 


1918 




1918. 


1918. 












Brightwood Garage Company, 


Feb. ] 


6, 


Jan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


4,800 


- 


125 


150 


3,125 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 And fixtures. 

2 Trade-marks and good will, 
s Leaseholds. 

* Prepaid expenses. 



6 Supphes, etc. 

6 Greenhouses, horses, vehicles and 

tools. 
' Good will. 



8 Office furniture, fixtures, etc. 

' Adjourned. 
1° Liberty Bonds. 
11 None held in 1918. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 247 

of Corporations — Continued. ' 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


|11 


1 

1 

.a 


J 
-a 

1 


3 


-S 

CO 

J 
"1 

O 


< 


J. 
a 

fa 


Hi 

a 
o « 


3 

1 


►3 ' 
1 

2 


3 
^ 


2 SI 1,000 


s $8,014 
« 2,538 
5 1,256 

6 22,367 


- 


$120,854 


860,000 


$5,470 


- 


- 


$55,384 


- 


$120,854 


' 2,368 


S200 


148,439 
5,000 


25,000 
5,000 


106,365 


- 


with accts. 
payable 


- 


$17,074 


148,439 
5,000 


? 15,000 


8 900 


- 


36,949 


15,000 


18,495 


- 


- 


3,454 


- 


36,949 


- 


10 5,000 


- 


125,789 


20,000 


74,977 


- 


- 


- 


30,812 


125,789 


- 


10 15,800 


- 


122,567 


20,000 


69,213 


- 


- 


- 


33,354 


122,567 


- 


- 


- 


10,154 


1,800 


6,609 


3594 


- 


1,151 


- 


10,154 


' 2,438 


- 


- 


19,288 


15,000 


3,031 


- 


- 


- 


1,257 


19,288 


- 


- 


781 


6,503 


3,000 


3,503 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,503 


231,629 


- 


- 


616,769 


500,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116,769 


616,769 


- 


"530 


- 


54,882 
5,750 


10,000 
1,200 


8,976 
4,550 


: 


$13,805 


15,254 

" 6,847 


- 


54,882 
5,750 




" 5,330 
" 3,916 
10 10,000 




261,233 
62,125 


45,000 
30,000 


45,011 
2,720 


20,000 


60,000 
27,980 


91,222 


1,425 


261,233 
62,125 


- 


- 


- 


45,509 


20,000 


7,691 


- 


- 


17,818 


- 


45,509 


- 


- 


809 


26,696 


20,000 


1,696 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


26,696 


- 


- 


24,300 


45,300 


36,600 


- 


17 8,700 


- 


- 


- 


45,300 


- 


- 


- 


21,650 


9,600 


6,650 


5,400 


_ 


- 


- 


21,650 


- 


"2,115 


3,477 


68,868 


40,000 


6,668 


- 


22,200 


- 


- 


68,868 


' 10,000 


- 


- 


95,385 


65,000 


16,059 


- 


2,500 


- 


11,826 


95,385 


- 


- 


- 


60,184 


46,000 


- 


- 


- 


18 10,516 


3,668 


60,184 


- 


- 


- 


72,525 


30,000 


- 


- 


6,000 


- 


36,525 


72,525 


- 


- 


- 


12,311 


10,000 


1,551 


- 


- 


- 


760 


12,311 


- 


19 12,346 


- 


195,173 


100,000 


2,378 


- 


- 


92,795 


- 


195,173 


_ 


20 10,172 


3,759 


136,711 
, 40,253 


25,000 
10,000 


111,711 
14,737 


: 


with accts. 
payable 
14,500 


: 


1,016 


136,711 
40,253 


- 


- 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


168,717 


10,000 


27,883 


- 


33,000 


92,815 


5,019 


168,717 


' 1,500 


- 


800 


5,700 


4,800 


100 


- 


- 


- 


800 


5,700 



12 Leasehold rights. 

13 Reserve for depreciation. 
I'' Auto trucks. 

15 Fixtures. 



1^ In lieu of annual. 

1' Mortgage. 

18 Reserve for suspense. 



18 Bonds and stocks. 

20 Equipment. 

21 And chattels. 



248 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 







hi 


1 


03 

D, 

a 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






JS, 

ise, 
and 
'roc- 


M . 


TION. 


1 


1 


S 


1 


6 
a 


b 










S 

c5 


1 




1 


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ca 


anufa 
Mercl 
Mate; 
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Q 


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tf 


S 


S 


a 


Brightwood Manufacturing 


Jan. . 


28, Jan. 2 


Nov. 30, 


$500,000 


I $167,772 


1 $111,493 


11,004,768 


$773,928 


Company, The, North An- 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












dover. 


















Brtmfield Brick Company, 


Mch. 


2, Feb. 15 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


5,379 


3,981 


Brimfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bristol Block Company, 


Mch. 


5, Jan. 10 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


16,017 


13,778 


1,232 


763 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bristol Company, The, Bos- 


June i 


'8, Feb. 4 


Dec. 30, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bristol Lace and Braid Com- 


Apr. 


5, Mch. 11 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


8 4,500 


3,250 


2,236 


pany, Fall River. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Bristol Manufacturing Cor- 


Dec. : 


1, Nov. 26 


Sept. 29, 


1,000,000 


356,750 


894,342 


503,427 


193,332 


poration, New Bedford. 


1917 


1917. 


1917. 












Bristol Realty Company, 


Mch. 


7, "Feb. 14 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,577 


Boston. 1 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brittain & Cannon Company, 


Mch. '. 


1, Feb. 11 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


18,174 


9,443 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brittain Dental Show Case 


Jan. 1 


9, "Dec. 3 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


837 


980 


Company, Boston. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












Britton-Stevens Motors Com- 


Oct. 


2, July 8 


June 30, 


50,000 


- 


2,962 


22,318 


14,403 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Broadbent's Drug Shop, Inc., 


May 


9, "Apr. 29 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


96 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Broadway Amusement Com- 


Sept. 1 


2, June 5 


June 1, 


25,000 


- 


1,804 


- 


760 


pany, Everett. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Broadway Extension Poultry 


Jan. 5 


8, Jan. 8 


Jan. 7, 


15,000 


- 


- 


209 


21 6,845 


Company, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Broadway Garage, Inc." of 


Apr. 1 


1, "Mch. 6 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


899 


4,799 


Chelsea, Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Broadway Iron Foundry Com- 


Feb. 


6, Feb. 5 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


25,000 


4,000 


2,500 


47,111 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Broadway Storage Company, 


Nov. 1 


5, Aug. 5 


July 31, 


100,000 


140,200 


- 


- 


4,328 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Broadway Theater Company, 


Apr. 1 


0, Mch. 4 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


135,402 


- 


- 


8,909 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Broadway Theatre Company 


Feb. 1 


5, Feb. 2 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


84,000 


_ 


2,000 


2,493 


of Lawrence, Lawrence. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Broadway Wholesale Mil- 


Oct. 1 


6, July 1 


May 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,500 


8,570 


- 


linery Co., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brockton Auto Exchange, 


Mch. 1 


1, Jan. 7 


Nov. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


312 


1,355 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Bread Co., Brock- 


Apr. 1 


3, Jan. 1 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


17,000 


1,600 


10,500 


6,500 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Co-operative Boot 


Jan. 


3, Dec. 26 


Oct. 31, 


25,500 


28,713 


6,617 


103,200 


356,249 


and Shoe Company, The, 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












Brockton. 


















Brockton Die Company, 


Apr. 


9, Jan. 1 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


3,006 


2,431 


6,949 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Drug Company, 


Jan. 2 


8, Jan. 2 


Dec. 15, 


4,000 


- 


1,300 


1,600 


1,100 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Hebrew Loan Cor- 


Apr. 1 


6, Jan. 29 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


27,495 


poration, The, Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Heel Company, 


Apr. 2 


5, Deo. 10 


Sept. 30, 


2,500,000 


273,263 


3« 255,955 


840,908 


393,559 


Brockton. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












Brockton Heel Company Inc., 


May 2 


9, Dee. 10 


Sept. 30, 


300,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


Brockton. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 













1 Less reserves. 

2 Investments. 

5 Deferred assets. 

* Accrued interest. 
' Reserves for contingencies, dis- 
counts and taxes. 

6 Teams, etc. 



' Automobiles, etc. 

8 And fixtures. 

3 Manufacturing rights. 
1° Reserve against depreciation of 

plant. 
1' Insurance. 
12 Investment. 



13 Reserve for depreciation. 

1^ Adjourned. 

15 Building account. 

15 And reserves. 

1^ Patent rights. 

18 Good will. 

19 Fixtures. 



1918. 



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of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


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2 $10,000 
3 10,904 


- 


$2,078,865 


$500,000 


$96,455 
4 775 


$3,500 


$812,500 


$571,925 
6 93,710 


- 


$2,078,865 




6 1,020 


- 


10,380 


10,000 


29 


- 


- 


- 


$351 


10,380 


- 


- 


■ .$802 


32,592 


25,000 


592 


- 


7,000 


- 


- 


32,592 


- 


7 1,600 


1,600 


3,200 


3,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,200 


- 


9 6,000 

11 13,587 

12 12,882 
15 89,000 


- 


15,986 

1,974,320 

90,577 


10,000 

1,000,000 

45,000 


2,293 
47,994 


25,500 


2,958 
409,000 


285 

10 450 

13 154,295 

16 20,077 


363,031 


15,986 

1,974,320 

90,577 


- 


- 


- 


27,617 


8,600 


17,962 


- 


- 


- 


1,055 


27,617 


" $9,390 


- 


- 


11,207 


10,000 


1,207 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,207 


- 


- 


- 


39,683 


20,200 


2,387 


- 


10,283 


- 


6,813 


39,683 ~ 


18 1,300 


19 1,000 


1,728 


6,124 


4,000 


29 


2,095 


- 


- 


- 


6,124 


•8 2,000 


20 7,200 


10,433 


22,197 


21,160 


692 


- 


345 


- 


- 


22,197 


>8 4,000 


19 1,000 

22 900 

23 5,000 
19 1,047 


11,711 
435 


25,665 
11,180 


8,200 
5,000 


14,965 
5,180 


2,500 


1,000 






25,665 
11,180 


~ 


25 50,000 


~ 


78,611 
194,528 


50,000 
100,000 


7,786 

_ 


65,000 


- 


16,325 
24 4,500 


29,528 


78,611 
194,528 




28 3,500 
27 12,203 
23 27,598 

_ 




187,612 
88,493 


40,000 
12,000 


6,614 


29 80,000 
75,000 


30 36,000 




24,998 
1,493 


187,612 
88,493 


- 


3182 


- 


10,152 


2,300 


3,160 


- 


- 


- 


4,692 


10,152 


- 


- 


3,621 


5,288 


4,700 


588 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,288 


- 


- 


- 


35,600 


25,530 


- 


- 


5,600 


- 


4,470 


35,600 


- 


32 900 

33 10,000 


- 


505,679 


25,500 


10,353 


- 


- 


388,629 


81,197 


505,679 


- 


- 


8,254 


20,640 


11,800 


2,140 


- 


6,700 


- 


- 


20,640 


- 


- 


- 


4,000 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 


27,495 


25,000 


436 


1,500 


- 


- 


559 


27,495 


" 57,500 
181,250,000 


35 12,993 

36 19,700 
3' 20,013 

40 300 


- 


3,123,891 
300 


2,012,800 
300 


206,079 
38 20,048 


17,500 


589,171 


39 24,003 

40 233,748 

20,542 


- 


3,123,891 
300 



20 Lease value. 

21 Some doubtful. 

22 Teams and trucks. 

23 Slaughterhouse. 

24 Reserve for war tax. 

25 Common stock owned by company. 

26 Organ account. 



2' Equipment. 

28 Stocks and bonds. 

29 Bonds. 

30 Debentures. 

31 Prepaid insurance. 

32 Treasury stock. 

33 Liberty Bonds. 



34 And equipment. 

35 Prepaid accounts. 
'6 Securities owned. 

3' Leicester inventory. 

38 Accrued accounts. 

39 Reserves. 

40 Suspense. 



250 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

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Brockton Ice & Coal Com- 


June 19, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


$100,000 


$120,925 


$4,018 


$7,611 


$33,443 


pany, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Iron and Metal 


Apr. 12, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


4,000 


6,000 


' 1,500 


4,556 


3,326 


Company, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Last Co., Brockton, 


Apr. 5, 
1918. 


Jan. 29, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. . 


150,000 


33,160 


12,143 


33,000 


87,085 


Brockton Macaroni Company, 


July 18, 


'2 June 20, 


May 31, 


10,000 


_ 


1,200 


154 


409 


The, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brockton Morris Plan Com- 


Mch. 16, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


215,698 


pany, The, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Motor Exchange 


Apr. 5, 


Mch. 19, 


Feb. 15, 


3,000 






22 635 


318 


Co., Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brockton Mowing Machine 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Cutter-Bar Company, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton. 


















Brockton Oil Co., Brockton, . 


Mch. 14, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 


Jan. 14, 

1918. 
Nov. 17, 


Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Sept. 30, 


10,000 


- 


21,891 


7,712 


5,613 


Brockton Shoe Company, 


1,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 1,000 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Brockton Spa, Inc., The, 


May 6, 


26 Apr. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


450 


2,200 


800 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Times Publishing 


Feb. 20, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


8,000 


_ 


- 


3,371 


15,821 


Co., Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brockton Transportation 


Mch. 7, 


Dec. 3, 


Oct. 31, 


25,000 


10,000 


42,980 


- 


31,959 


Company, Brockton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Brockton Webbing Company, 


Nov. 6, 


Sept. 3, 


June 1, 


10,000 


12,977 


29,319 


26,389 


52,553 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brockton Welting Company, 


Aug. 16, 


May 1, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


20,322 


13,117 


180,242 


92,260 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brockway-Smith Corpora- 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 4, 


Jan. 31, 


200,000 


9,282 


' 30,607 


323,868 


S3 350,163 


tion, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Broheco Farm Company, 


May 25, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,116 


- 


113 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Broma-Mist Company, Bos- 


May 27, 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


688 


230 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bronson Building Company, 


May 1, 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 26, 


80,000 


145,000 


- 


- 


1,337 


Attleboro. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bronze Weather Strip Co., 


Jan. 12, 


36 Aug. 8, 


July 31, 


50,000 


_ 


675 


1,120 


1,269 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Brookfield Woolen Company, 


Apr. 22, 


Mch. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


2,552 


153^638 


46,106 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brookline Chemical Com- 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 3, 


Dec. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,206 


7,210 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brookline Chronicle Publish- 


Jan. 25, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,284 


ing Company, Brookline. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brookline Motor Service Co., 


Oct. 21, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Brookline Press, The, Brook- 


Aug. 9, 


July 10, 


June 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


«600 


3,290 


line. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brookline Provision Com- 


June 3, 


May 6, 


May 6, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,359 


2,510 


pany, Brookline. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Brookline Storage Warehouse, 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


600 


8,236 


Brookline. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Patent rights. 

2 Good will. 

s Horses, wagons and trucks. 



5 Prepaid insurance. 

6 Accrued charges. 
" And fixtures. 

8 Mortgage on real estate. 



' Horses, wagons and autos. 

10 Liberty Bonds. 

11 Prepaid expenses. 

12 In Ueu of annual. 

13 Insurance. 
1'' Fixtures. 

15 Furniture and fixtures. 

16 Subscription to capital stock. 



1' Interest unearned. 

18 Reserve for dividend. 

13 Reserve for accrued expenses. 

2" Reserve for losses. 

21 Deposited against loans. 

22 And automobiles and parts. 

23 Treasury stock. 
2^ Mortgage. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 251 

oj Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


II 


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1 S5,000 

2 20,000 


3 $21,964 
i 40,000 
5 1,115 


- 


$254,076 
15,382 


$98,450 
4,000 


$13,477 
6 4,014 

5,905 


$63,000 
8 5,300 


$30,150 


$44,985 


$177 


$254,076 
15,382 


- 


s 2,000 
10 5,500 
112,915 
"25 
»150 
16 1,138 
10 1,850 


S4,723 
2,047 


175,803 

6,661 
218,686 

3,000 


150,000 

3,600 

50,000 
16 25,000 

3,000 


7,543 

3,011 

" 5,988 


26,676 


50 
13,500 


18,260 

18 2,250 

19 1,012 
20 840 

21 91,417 


2,003 


175,803 

6,661 
218.686 

3,000 


1 10,000 


- 


3,000 


13,000 


10,000 


- 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


13,000 


- 


2S 5,000 
2*125 


- 


40,341 
1,000 


10,000 
1,000 


17,498 


2< 3,000 


5,700 
25 1,093 


2,210 


840 


40,341 
1.000 


- 


2' 7,050 


- 


10,500 


9,000 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,500 


_ 


28 158 

29 130 


- 


19,478 
84,939 


8,000 
25,000 


4,306 
8,500 


- 


28,250 


23,189 


7,172 


19,478 
84,939 




82 13,346 




121,238 
319,287 


10,000 
20,000 


36,613 
152,208 


21 7,000 
66,265 


31,552 
27,000 


7,010 

80 24,063 

31 5,000 


53,814 


121,238 
319,287 


51 1,000 


- 


- 


714,920 


200,000 


23,561 


- 


306,000 


185,359 


- 


714,920 


- 


85 300 


12.430 


15,959 


300 


8,659 


- 


7,000 


- 


- 


15,959 


1 14,860 


- 


315 


16,003 


15,200 


893 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16,093 


- 


- 


6,351 


152,688 


80,000 


1,038 


65,000 


6,650 


- 


- 


152,688 


1 26,521 


"228 
87 11,900 

38 42 


166 


41,879 
202,338 


40,000 
50,000 


879 
57,126 


_ 


1,000 


2,345 


92,867 


41,879 
202,338 


2 250 


10 5,100 
39 250 


- 


15,016 


1,000 


468 


- 


- 


- 


13,548 


15,016 


2 10,500 


- 


417 


14,201 


12,500 


1,017 


500 


- 


184 


- 


14,201 


2 5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


« 5,000 


<2 1,000 


- 


10,290 


5,000 


1,683 


- 


1,859 


- 


1,748 


10,290 


2 10,000 


44 2,274 


- 


16,143 


10,000 


4,580 


- 


- 


- 


1,563 


16,143 


~ 


6 471 


- 


9,307 


5,000 


1,504 


- 


- 


- 


2,803 


9,307 



25 Personal loan. 

25 Adjourned. 

2' Fixtures, equipment and tools. 

28 Taxes unexpired. 

29 Insurance unexpired. 

80 Reserve for depreciation. 

81 Appraisal surplus. 



82 And horse and wagon. 
88 Including Liberty Bonds. 
8* Trade-marks. 

85 Suspense. 

86 Should have been held. 

3' Treasury stock (part of original 
issue). 



88 Fire insurance prepaid. 

89 Secret formulse. 

40 And cuts, etc. 

41 Good will and contracts. 

42 Subscription list. 

43 Office fittings. 

" Fixtures and autos. 



252 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





•i 


1 


1 

1 


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P. 

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Assets. 


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Brooklyn Tube Works, Bos- 


May 


3, Apr. 24, 


Jan. 31, 


$80,000 


_ 


$18,774 


$32,969 


$2,593 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brookmede Farm Company, 


June 


24, June 4, 


June 1, 


100,000 


$10,000 


200 


- 


_ 


New Marlborough. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brooks & Company, Incor- 


May 


3, 2 Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


49,534 


99,020 


porated, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brooks Bank Note Company, 


May 


10, Mch. 20, 


Feb. 1, 


90,000 


75,000 


4 77,760 


100,821 


125,263 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brooks Barley Company, 


May 


7, Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


598 


3,293 


5,987 


Boston.' 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brooks Construction and 


Aug. 


8, 2 July 3, 


Apr. 4, 


5,000 


_ 


720 


14,324 


7,428 


Lumber Co., The, New- 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












buryport. 


















Brooks Manufacturing Com- 


Mch. 


9, Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


_ 


10,791 


16,032 


7,137 


pany, The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brooks' Pharmacy, Inc., 


Apr. 


5, Mch. 5, 


Jan. 1, 


15,000 


- 


- 


13,338 


9,869 


Fitchburg. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brooks Reed Gallery, Inc., 


Dec. 


4, Sept. 24, 


Aug. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


18,694 


8,850 


Boston (for 1917). 


1917 


1917. 


1917. 












Brooks Reed Gallery, Inc., 


Nov. 


5, Oct. 4, 


Aug. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


15,470 


14,888 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brookside Dairy Inc., North- 


Sept. 


9, 2 Aug. 28, 


July 31, 


5,000 


- 


6,268 


185 


2,942 


ampton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918.' 












Brookside Worsted Mills, 


Apr. ; 


2, Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


68,000 


49,087 


41,191 


24,654 


Chelmsford. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brophy Barrabee Company, 


Apr. i 


>4, Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


21,313 


9,719 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brophy Bros. Shoe Co., Lynn, 


June 
1918 


9, Apr. 17, 
1918. 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


300,000 


- 


" 33,180 


168,244 


254,840 


Brown & Company, Inc., Bos- 


June 5 


6, 2 May 8, 


Dec. 31, 


45,000 


- 


1,935 


33,952 


59,830 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brown & Ross, Incorporated, 


Oct. i 


8, Oct. 1, 


July 1, 


25,000 


- 


2,000 


16,350 


9,276 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown Bag Filling Machine 


May 5 


8, May 21, 


Mch. 31, 


20,000 


85,582 


60,784 


112,455 


64,397 


Co., The, Fitchburg. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown-Conant, Inc., Boston, 


Mch. 5 
1918 


0, Jan. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


- 


5,593 


3,244 


Brown Daisy Products Com- 


June 1 


1, Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


1,453 


2,123 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Brown Durrell Co., Boston, . 


Mch. 5 
1918 


6, 2 Feb. 5, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


1,000,000 


16,500 


18 2,000 


1,889,889 


2,248,381 


Brown Folding Stool Com- 


May 


6, Apr. 10, 


Apr. 10, 


30,000 


_ 


600 


400 


150 


pany, Everett. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown Garage and Carriage 


May : 


0, Apr. 10, 


Apr. 10, 


20,000 


- 


- 


7,000 


11,498 


Co., Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown-Gates Company, 


Feb. 1 


8, Jan. 16, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


- 


25 1,500 


33,667 


28,511 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown-Howland Company, 


July 


5, May 13, 


Mch. 30, 


200,000 


- 


26 43,454 


63,540 


94,220 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown Jewelry Company, In- 


Mch. 


7, Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 




«114 


6,632 


4,482 


corporated, The, Newbury- 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












port. 


















Brown-Rawson Garage Co., 


Sept. 1 


4, July 17, 


June 1, 


5,000 


- 


2,777 


16,489 


7,656 


Gardner. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Brown- Wales Company, Bos- 


Apr. 1 


2, Feb. 12. 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


253,244 


1,000 


450,642 


282,730 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Browne Apparatus Company, 


Oct. 1 


8, Sept. 26, 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Good will. 

2 Adjourned. 
' Reserves. 

■f And tools. 

5 Reserve for depreciation. 

8 Furniture and fixtures. 



' Stock account. 
8 Fixtiires. 
' Supplies. 

10 Liberty Bonds. 

11 Mortgage. 

12 Furniture and equipment. 



13 Prepaid expense. 

1* And lasts and patterns. 

15 Reserve for depreciation 

taxes. 

16 Geo. A. Brown loan. 
1' Replacements. 



and 



1918.1 



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of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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1 160,000 


- 


$3,634 


$117,970 


$80,000 


$31,970 


- 


$6,000 


- 


- 


$117,970 


- 


- 


89,800 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


: 


$26,000 


- 


148,554 
404,844 


44,900 
75,300 


53,067 
7,906 


$39,000 


10,233 

27,277 


$20,054 
3 20,300 
6 58,093 


$197,268 


148,554 
404,844 


1 143,115 


- 


- 


152,993 


140,760 


5,256 


- 


6,977 


- 


- 


152,993 


- 


- 


- 


22,472 


5,000 


6,533 


- 


3,000 


- 


7,939 


22,472 


1 10,000 


« 1,963 

'700 

8 4,853 


- 


46,623 
28,060 


35,000 
15,000 


7,170 


- 


4,000 


7,623 


5,890 


46,623 
28,060 


- 


«544 


- 


28,088 


10,000 


12,534 


- 


- 


5,554 


- 


28,088 


- 


«250 


- 


30,608 


10,000 


347 


- 


- 


20,261 


- 


30,608 


1 1,000 


- 


- 


10,395 


5,000 


3,233 


- 


2,150 


12 


- 


10,395 


1 10,350 
I 5,000 


9 240 
10 6,000 
12 1,200 

"60 


- 


189,172 

42,642 

456,264 

100,717 


100,000 
25,000 

100,000 
45,000 


28,836 

8,312 

153,969 

27,012 


11 50,000 


5,000 

147,500 

19 11,792 


10,336 

4,330 

10,626 

16 44,169 

15,690 


1,223 


189,172 
42,642 
456,264 
100,717 


- 


- 


- 


27,626 


14,000 


11,388 


- 


- 


- 


2,238 


27,626 


- 


17 35,881 


- 


359,099 


20,000 


37,761 


70,000 


104,680 


126,658 


- 


359,099 


- 


6 494 


- 


9,331 


6,000 


2,442 


- 


- 


- 


889 


9,331 


1 13,662 


- 


775 


18,013 


15,000 


. 3,013 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,013 


2< 19,000 


19 946,709 
1° 153,330 

20 20,480 

21 35,075 


9,950 


5,312,364 
30,000 


1,000,000 
30,000 


22 768,333 




23 1,506,993 


2,037,038 




5,312,364 
30,000 


1 2,000 


- 


15,865 


36,363 


20,000 


8,804 


- 


7,559 


- 


- 


36,363 


- 


- 


- 


63,678 


18,000 


19,396 


- 


18,500 


5,621 


2,161 


63,678 


1 30,000 


2' 1,057 

28 40,000 

30 1,180 

8 550 


: 


272,271 
12,958 


144,200 

29 7,300 

2,000 


40,028 
4,106 


- 


78,517 
1,325 


31 4,328 


2,226 
1,199 


272,271 
12,958 


1 1,000 


- 


- 


27,922 


4,000 


3,878 


- 


19,184 


649 


211 


27,922 


'* 4,700 


32 13,674 

33 10,705 


2,577 


1,011,995 

7,277 


300,000 
5,000 


41,019 
2,277 


162,500 


107,358 


3 76,572 


324,546 


1,011,995 

7,277 



18 And fixtures. 

19 Advance payments merchandise. 

20 Prepaid duties, insurance, etc. 

21 Treasury stock. 

22 Including reserve for U. S. income 

and excess profits taxes. 



23 And loans. 

2< Trade-marks. 

23 And tools, furniture and fixtures. 

29 And office furniture. 

2' Advanced expense. 

28 Agreements and contracts. 



29 Subscriptions received. 

30 Stocks and bonds on hand. 

31 Undivided profits. 

32 Investments. 

33 Prepaid items. 
3< Patent rights. 



254 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Browne-Mandile Company, 

Boston. 
Brownell Boston Company, 

Boston. 
Browning, King & Company, 

Inc., Boston. 
Brown's Enamel Works, Inc., 

Fitchburg. 
Brown's, Inc., Boston, . 

Brown's Letters, Inc.. Boston, 

Bruce & Warner Express Co., 

Quincy. 
Brunswick Hotel Co., Boston, 



Brunswick Realty Company, 
Boston. 

Brunswick Woolen Mills, Bos- 
ton. 

Bryan Hardware Company, 
Westfield. 



Bryant and Company, Incor- 
porated, Cambridge. 

Bryant & Ordway Company, 
Boston. 

Bryant-Besse Company In- 
corporated, Springfield. 

Bryant Bo.x Company, The, 
Westfield. 

Bryant Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 

Bryant G. Smith & Sons Co., 
Boston. 

Buchanan and Bolt Wire 
Company, Holyoke. 

Buchanan Forwarding Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Buchholz Company, The, 
Springfield. 

Buck Grain Company, Ran- 
dolph. 

Buck Printing Company, 
Boston. 

Bud Wine and Liquor Com- 
pany, Incorporated, The, 
Holyoke. 

Buerkel & Company, Incor- 
porated, Boston. 



Buff & Buff Manufacturing 
Company, Boston. 

Buffington Pharmacy Com- 
pany, Worcester. 



July 16, 

1918. 
May 1, 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Feb. 26 

1918 
July 

1918 
June 28, 

1918 
Oct. 10, 

1918 
May 10, 

1918, 

July 23, 
1918. 

Apr. 17, 
1918. 

Feb. 25, 
1918. 



Apr. 18 

1918, 
Mch. 

1918 
Mch. 15 

1918, 
Feb. 

1918 
June 18, 

1918 
Apr. 11, 

1918 
May 

1918 
Nov. 14 

1918 
Sept. 23, 

1918 
Sept. 

1918 
Apr. 16 

1918, 
May 22 

1918, 

Mch. 20, 
1918. 



July 
1918, 



Feb. 21, 
1918. 



June 19, 

1918. 
Mch. 15, 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 



Jan. 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 

June 
1918 
12 Mch 
1918 

Feb. 
1918 



25, 



Apr. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
21 Mch. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
21 Aug. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
May 

1918 

28 Mch. 
1918 



2S June 
1918 



Jan. 
1918, 



27, 



Mav 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Jan. 2 

1918. 
Jan. 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 

Dec. 31 
1917. 

Dec. 31 
1917. 

Jan. 31 
1918. 



Apr. 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Feb. 19 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
July 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Apr. 30 

1918. 

Dec. 31 

1917. 



Dec. 31 
1917. 



Dec. 31 

1917. 



$5,000 
30,000 
50,000 
15,000 

5,000 
30.000 

5,000 
332,000 

100,000 
25,000 
25,000 

5,000 
10,000 
10,000 
24,000 
25,000 
75,000 
50,000 
25,000 
150,000 

5,000 
10,000 

2,500 

75,000 

10,000 
60,000 



Assets. 



$14,655 
< 1,500 



175,498 



90,200 



27,458 

2,080 

31,066 

46,313 



5,000 



g » 03 o 



3,132 



» 61,864 



7,213 

8,456 

3,979 

25,801 

22 7,907 

11,260 



4,358 
3^ 2,564 



13,254 

76,400 

1,801 

■ 1 2,500 

23,389 

56,828 
27,860 

3,005 
14,462 

8,361 
13,208 

51,325 
26,311 

4,385 

2,406 

13,922 

420 

3,214 

4,250 
27,223 



1 And fixtures. 

2 Good will. 
' Fixtures. 

* Lease which has no value at 

present. 
6 None held in 1918. 



^ Treasury stock. 
' Horse, wagons, etc. 
8 Improvements. 
3 And equipment. 

10 License privilege. 

11 Investment. 



12 Date of postponement. 

13 Liberty Bonds. 

1* Horse and vehicles. 

15 Liberty Bond. 

16 Insurance. 

1' Reserve for taxes. 



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255 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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a f 2 
P-i 


i 



1 
1 


1 
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1 





k 

< 


J. 

-a 


il 


J. 

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a 

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1 


1 

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2 $1,300 


- 


- 


$4,867 


$2,500 


$1,077 


- 


- 


- 


$1,290 


$4,867 


- 


- 


- 


71,907 


30,000 


35,210 


- 


- 


- 


6,697 


71,907 


- 


s $5,355 


- 


96,903 


50,000 


46,903 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


96,903 


2 2,014 


- 


- 


23,545 


15,000 


5,595 


- 


$2,950 


- 


- 


23,545 


- 


- 


$180 


1,680 


30 


- 


- 


1,650 


- 


- 


1,680 


2 15,000 


6 10,265 


- 


42,120 


30,000 


1,558 


- 


4,000 


$6,562 


- 


42,120 


- 


' 1,000 


6,900 


8,129 


5,000 


3,129 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,129 


2 15,000 


3,731 

10 12,500 

"250 


36,842 


395,491 
90,200 


314,600 
90,200 


50,891 




30,000 






395,491 
90,200 


- 


"500 


- 


72,162 


10,000 


34,328 


- 


9,000 


18,834 


- 


72,162 


2333 


»200 
" 100 
3755 
16 242 

15 100 




41,012 
7,595 


25,000 
5,000 


340 




5,000 
1,413 




11,012 
842 


41,012 
7,595 


- 


- 


- 


73,100 


10,000 


5,191 


- 


- 


57,909 


- 


73,100 


- 


- 


; 


11,600 
59,437 


10,000 
24,000 


2,173 


$21,032 


346 


500 
" 1,100 


11,886 


11,600 
59,437 


- 


- 


19,881 


30,417 


13,300 


18 1,976 


- 


15,141 


- 


- 


30,417 


- 


»867 


- 


109,461 


45,000 


33,244 


- 


- 


- 


31,217 


109,461 


2 15,000 


" 13,770 
20700 


- 


198,405 
15,000 


50,000 
15,000 


3,248 


- 


5,000 


140,157 


_ 


198,405 
15,000 


2 60,000 


23 70,287 
19 225 

25 627 

26 114 

13 872 


22,539 


195,402 
7,304 
51,400 


100,200 
5,000 
10,000 


14,563 
1,265 
12,618 


- 


49,208 
2,000 


24 31,431 
1,039 


26,782 


195,402 

7,304 

51,400 


2 1,000 


3 1,141 


- 


11,956 


2,500 


2,764 


- 


- 


3,418 
27 228 


3,046 


11,956 


2 5,000 
S2 2,000 

S3 1 


29 3,672 

30 250 

« 9,300 

13 2,750 




176,523 
26,991 


75,000 
10,000 


74,612 
1,927 




8,000 


31 7,985 


18,926 
7,064 


176,523 
26,991 


21 


- 


120 


62,189 


60,000 


1,299 


- 


890 


- 


- 


62,189 



18 Due on land. 

19 Investments. 

20 Stocks. 

21 Adjourned. 

22 And fixtures and autos. 

23 Bulletin plant. 



''■^ Reserves. 

25 Horses and teams. 

2" Prepaid insurance. 

2' Reserve for depreciation. 

28 In lieu of annual. 

29 Tools and fixtures. 



30 Master Builders stock. 

31 Reserve. 

32 Patent rights. 

33 Trade-marks. 

3-' And furniture and fixtures. 



256 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 




1 


!anufaotures. 
Merchandise, 
Material, and 
Stock in Proc- 
ess. 






^ 


Q 


a 


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(S 


S 


S 


6 


Bugbee and Niles Co., North 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


$50,000 


_ 


$16,694 


$22,525 


$177,207 


Attleborough. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Buick Boston Company, Bos- 


Jan. 4, 


Dec. 16, 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


$32,416 


2 3,773 


189,878 


51,561 


ton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Builders and Buyers Mort- 


Jan. 4, 


Oct. 8, 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,125 


gage Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Builders Iron and Steel Com- 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


23,444 


14,323 


51,900 


pany, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Builders Mortgage & Loan 


Aug. 30, 


Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


200 


- 


- 


28,211 


Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Building Trades' Credit 


July 18, 


May 24, 


May 24, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


Agency, Inc., The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Buildings Care Company, 


Apr. 25, 


8 - 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


- 


MOO 


300 


13,187 


Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Buildings Repair Company, 


Mch. 20, 


i»Feb. 15, 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


500 


4,078 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bulfinch Realty Company, 


Apr. 15, 


13 Mch. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


" 100,000 


18,300 


- 


1,000 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bullard Company, The, Bos- 


June 18, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


3,261 


6,824 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bullock Cranberry Company, 


July 17, 


July 1, 


Apr. 30, 


300,000 


21,103 


2,600 


- 


1,827 


The, Wareham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bundy, Maislein Lumber 


Apr. 11, 


Sept. 4, 


Sept. 4, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,737 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Bunker Bancroft Co., Spring- 


Aug. 19, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


2,800 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bunker Hill Breweries Incor- 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


138,300 


60,000 


136,147 


101,845 


porated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Bunker Hill Laundry Com- 


July 29, 


13 July 24, 


Mch. 31, 


60,000 


- 


2,000 


300 


2,443 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bunting & Emery Company, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,676 


21,806 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burbank & Ryder Varnish 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


49,700 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Company, Everett. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burbank Engraving Co., Bos- 


Mch. 18, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


23 3,490 


268 


2,721 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burden & Company inc., Bos- 


Mch. 14, 


Feb. 4, 


Nov. 30, 


10,000 


- 


- 


10,000 


125 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burden-Bryant Company, 


June 20, 


Mav 13, 


Apr. 30, 


45,000 


- 


- 


28,395 


17,378 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Burdett College, Boston, 


Oct. 22, 
1918. 


Aug. 22, 
191,8. 


July 31, 
1918. 


25,000 


- 


- 


27,033 


37,321 


Burdett Shoe Company, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 9, 


Oct. 31, 


50,000 


- 


28 6,446 


52,002 


37,017 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burdett Stain & Blacking 


May 9, 


Feb. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


545 


1,955 


774 


Company, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burditt & McKenney Com- 


May 20, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


■ - 


744 


306 


• 57 


pany, Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burditt & Williams Co., Bos- 


July 26, 


I'July 13, 


Jan. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


82,081 


87,149 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Bureau of University Travel 


Feb. 21, 


Dec. 4, 


Oct. 31, 


175,000 


- 


- 


325 


1,531 


(Inc.), The, Newton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Burgess Company, Marble- 


Aug. 14, 


"June 20, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


191,253 


32,122 


184,814 


199,360 


head. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Burgess Company & Curtis, 


Aug. 14, 


30 - 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


- 


100 


142 


Marblehead. 


1918. 




1917. 












Burke and Burke Incorpo- 


July 8, 


June 10, 


June 9, 


3,000 


2,285 


- 


3,350 


508 


rated, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Good will. 

2 And furniture and fixtures. 

3 Massachusetts corporation stocks. 
* Subscriptions received on sales of 

stock. 
5 Office equipment. 



^ Reports in files. 
' Cost to complete contracts. 
8 None held in 1918. 
3 Good will and contracts. 
1° Date of postponement. 



11 Tools, implements and office 

fixtures. 

12 Stock in other corporations and 

Real Estate Association. 

13 Adjourned. 
" Equity. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



257 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 


1 


LUBILITIES. 


Oh 


i 

S 
1 


1 

1 
1 


1 


1 

3 


< 


J. 

-a 

a 

-gi 


J. 

ll 


i 

1 


1 
1 

O 


3 
^ 


1 $20,000 


- 


- 


$236,426 


$50,000 


$53,709 


$28,000 


$15,000 


- 


$89,717 


$236,426 


- 


- 


- 


277,628 


10,000 


171,894 


- 


- 


$95,734 


- 


277,628 


- 


3 S12,000 


- 


14,125 


12,500 


609 


- 


- 


1,016 


- 


14,125 


■ - 


- 


$1,037 


90,704 


45,500 


11,551 


4,000 


29,653 


- 


- 


90,704 


9 20,000 


6 600 
6 10,000 


206 
2,805 


28,617 
19,405 
33,887 


2,000 
4 1,840 
15,000 

20,000 


24,777 

605 

9,606 


- 


7 3,800 


- 


4,281 


28,617 
19,405 
33,887 


1 14,550 


"55 
12 5,900 


22,150 


10,533 
156,000 


5,200 
150,000 


1,333 
6,000 


: 


_ 


4,000 


_ 


10,533 
156,000 


1= 9,400 
1 3,993 


16 500 
"519 


784 
103,513 


25,281 
129,043 


19,100 
114,400 


1,831 


4,350 


14,643 


_ 


- 


25,281 
129,043 


- 


18 391 


6,425 


22,553 


17,000 


337 


5,216 


- 


- 


- 


22,553 


- 


- 


4,700 


8,500 


300 


8,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,500 


- 


- 


25,576 


436,292 
30,319 


400,000 
30,000 


6,260 
319 


- 


- 


23,504 

19 6,528 

- 


with 
surplus 


436,292 
30,319 


1 15,000 


" 1,189 

20 9,468 

21500 

22 1,500 




49,639 
1,500 


42,400 
1,000 


5,440 






1,133 
500 


666 


49,639 
1,500 


1 1,000 


- 


981 


8,460 


6,000 


1,025 


- 


1,435 


- 


- 


8,460 


2' 100 
1 1,000 


25 1,429 
26 425 
2' 567 


- 


11,225 
48,194 

64,354 


10,000 
30,000 

25,000 


700 
6,995 

14,238 




5,800 


5,399 
25,116 


525 


11,225 
48,194 

64,354 


- 


- 


- 


95,465 


21,100 


21,872 


- 


47,250 


29 5,243 


- 


95,465 


- 


1' 188 


2,738 


6,200 


4,100 




- 


2,100 


- 


- 


6,200 


1 9,000 


- 


- 


10,107 


8,890 


217 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


10,107 


- 


- 


- 


169,230 


75,000 


85,907 


- 


- 


- 


8,323 


169,230 


' 100,000 


17 2,745 


22,821 


127,422 


127,300 


122 


- 


- 


- 


- 


127,422 


- 


- 


- 


607,549 


1,200 


399,391 


- 


- 


206,958 


- 


607,549 


- 


- 


125,255 


125,497 


55,100 


- 


15,000 


55,397 


- 


- 


125,497 


- 


- 


- 


6,143 


3,000 

! 


2,837 


- 


- 


- 


306 


6,143 



15 Patent rights. 

16 Dies and plates. 

1' Furniture and fixtures. 

18 Office furniture. 

19 Reserve for depreciation. 
2" Stocks of other companies. 



21 Liberty Bonds. 

22 Invested in Massachusetts cor- 

poration. 

23 And fixtures. 

24 Trade-marks. 

25 Fixtures. 



26 Unexpired insurance. 
2' Automobile. 

28 And equipment. 

29 And reserves. 

30 None held in 1917 or 1918. 



258 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Burke & Company, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 

Burkley Shoe Co., Inc., Brock- 
ton. 

Burlingame and Darbys' Com- 
pany, The, North Adams. 

Burncoat Estates, Incorpo- 
rated, Worcester. 

Burnett & Sherman, . Inc., 
Boston. 

Burnham Brothers Marine 
Railways Company, 
Gloucester. 

Burnham Motor Company, 
Lawrence. 

Burnham Soluble Iodine Com- 
pany, Newton. 

Burns Company, The, An- 
dover. 

Burns Fecht Bicknell Co., 
Boston. 



Burn's River Ice Corporation, 

New Bedford. 
Burns System, Incorporated, 

Ayer. 
Burns Wharf, Incorporated, 

Boston. 
Burr Company, The, Ludlow, 

Burrows & Sanborn, Inc., 
Lynn. 

Burt and Packard Company, 
Brockton. 

Burton Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 

Burton H. Wiggin Company, 
Lowell. 

Burtworth Carpet Company, 
Chicopee. 

Bush and Witherspoon Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Bushway Ice Cream Co., 
Somerville. 

Business Aid Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Bussey Garage, Inc., Boston, 

Butcher Polish Company, 
The, Boston. 

Butcher the Grocer, Inc., Hol- 
yoke. 

Butchers' Slaughtering and 
Melting Association, Bos- 
ton. 

Butler Mill, New Bedford (for 
1917). 



Dec. 4, 

1917. 
May 2, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
July 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 24, 

1918. 

Sept. 3, 
1918. 

June 21, 

1918. 
May 4, 

1918. 
Oct. 28, 

1918. 
Oct. 9, 

1918. 



Mch. 23, 

1918. 
Aug. 12, 

1918. 
May 20, 

1918. 
Apr. 27, 

1918. 
Oct. 28, 

1918. 
Mch. 19, 

1918. 
July 25, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. 
May 28, 

1918. 
Oct. 3, 

1918. 
Mch. 9, 

1918. 
May 7, 

1918. 
July 11, 

1918. 
May 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 25, 

1918. 
Sept. 30, 

1918. 

Dec. 11, 
1917. 



1 Reserve. 

- Good will. 

s And office furniture and fixtures. 

< Leases and contracts. 

6 Liberty Bond. 

6 Suspense accounts. 



Sept. 3, 
1917. 



Apr. 

1918 
Mch. 

1918 
July 

1918, 
Jan. 

1917, 

Aug. 
1918 

Jan. 

1918 
Apr. 

1918 
Sept. 

1918 
Aug. 

1918, 



22, 



27, 



Feb. 

1918 
June 

1918 

19 _ 



22, 



13, 



23, 



Apr. 

1918 
Oct. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918, 
Aug. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Apr. 

1918, 
•s June 

1918, 
Apr. 

1918 
Feb. 

1918 
July 

1918 



Nov. 13, 
1917. 



I - 



Sept. 3, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Jan. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 

July 31, 
1918. 

Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
June 30, 

1918. 
June 30, 

1918. 



Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
July 31, 

1918. 
Jan. 17, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
June 30, 

1918. 

Sept. 30, 
1917. 



$10,000 

7,500 

40,000 

50,000 

10,000 

30,000 

1,000 
90,000 

5,000 
25,000 

6,000 

25,000 

120,000 

20,000 

100,000 

15,000 

1,000,000 

3,000 

20,000 

560,000 

50,000 

5,000 

25,000 

5,000 

4,000 

300,000 

3,000,000 



Assets. 





.-O A 




-a) S o 




tures 
andis 
al, a 
inPr 


£? 




So a3j«l 






"1 


sss^s 


S 


§ 



52,000 
25,000 

13,300 

59,943 
10,291 

13 5,100 

6,000 

150,000 



180,000 



22,194 

654,795 

806,824 



$300 


$13,242 


3,587 


2,452 


- 


73,951 


3 4,426 


48,034 


3,000 


1,000 


1,156 


11,600 


388 


1,976 


1185 


8,732 


dth R. E. 


85,582 


400 


- 


2,248 


7,917 


- 


215,540 


- 


28,773 


120,000 


18,390 


1,237 


8,285 


24,220 


69,301 



- 


946,111 


3,353 


1,041 


180 


- 


5,555 


2,658 


29 3,225 


11,433 


1,300 


5,257 


withR.E. 


14,036 


1,606,414 


399,573 



' Reserve for depreciation of ac- 
counts. 
8 Depreciation. 



1° Process. 

11 And fixtures. 



12 Deferred charges to profit and 

loss. 

13 Equity. 

" Office fixtures. 
15 Liberty Bonds. 
15 Prepaid insurance. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



259 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


11= 

-slg 


3 

O 

1 
1 
1 


1 

s 

to 


1 


1 
CO 

3 

O 


Ph 
o ■ 

H 


a 


J. 

03 -a 


1 


1 

§ 
o 

PL, 


o 


- 


- 


- 


$24,905 


85,150 


$18,951 


- 


- 


- 


$804 


$24,905 


- 


- 


S377 


8,120 


7,500 


600 


- 


$20 


- 


- 


8,120 


- 


- 


- 


171,030 


40,000 


24,342 


$39,000 


- 


1 $16,450 


51,2,38 


171,030 


2 827,000 


- 


1,970 


53,970 


32,000 


926 


20,000 


1,044 


- 


- 


53,970 


2 10,000 


4 $4,000 
6 3,000 
6 2,166 
8 2,700 


_ 


81,403 
42,009 


10,000 
30,000 


63,081 
4,909 


_ 


7,100 


6 2,096 
'3,118 


3,108 


81,403 
42,009 


- 


- 


- 


85,282 


1,000 


1,525 


9 50,905 


29,000 


2,852 


- 


85,282 


- 


i» 73,153 


- 


92,750 


79,125 


93 


- 


6,325 


7,207 


- 


92,750 


2 550 


- 


12 130 


17,484 


5,000 


5,928 


- 


6,400 


156 


- 


17,484 


- 


"949 

15 6,895 

16 3,108 
" 19,366 


1,812 


157,202 

9,248 
3,363 


24,000 

6,000 
450 


3,958 
2,913 


- 


9,988 
17 19,366 


98,961 
18 929 

3,248 


with 
surplus 


157,202 

9,248 
3,363 


2 5,000 


- 


- 


155,473 


120,000 


- 


35,000 


- 


473 


- 


155,473 


- 


- 


- 


27,809 


20,000 


2,608 


- 


- 


5,201 


- 


27,809 


- 


20 17,400 
15 3,000 


- 


277,111 
180,504 


100,000 
15,000 


84,734 
35,338 


: 


57,500 
112,276 


34,877 
17,890 


_ 


277,111 
180,504 


21 534,666 
2 34,266 


- 


2,401 


912,199 
25,641 


638,200 
3,000 


120,449 
22,551 


50,000 


43,550 


22 36,000 

23 24,000 


90 


912,199 
25,641 


- 


- 


- 


107,700 


20,000 


80,633 


- 


- 


- 


7,067 


107,700 


- 


21 24,130 


- 


1,028,198 


60,000 


701,991 


- 


106,795 


84,327 


75,085 


1,028,198 


25 10,000 
2 20,000 


26 2,540 

27 2,675 


9,663 

297 


52,712 
523 


50,000 
500 


2,712 
23 


- 


: 


~ 


_ 


52,712 
523 


- 


- 


11,683 


45,078 


25,000 


20,078 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45,078 


- 


- 


- 


25,503 
10,604 


5,000 
4,000 


4,081 
3,350 


- 


~ 


16,422 


with 
surplus 
3,254 


25,503 
10,604 


- 


- 


- 


722,146 


300,000 


18,072 


225,000 


- 


49,340 


129,734 


722,146 


- 


™ 47,341 


- 


3,019,240 


2,250,000 


109,039 


- 


- 


447,659 
31 27,634 
32 184,908 


- 


3,019,240 



1' Acceptances. 

18 Reserved for discount. 

" None held since organization. 

20 Fixtures. 

21 Patent rights. 

22 Reserve for real estate. 



23 Reserve for machinery. 
2* Stocks other corporations. 

25 Trade-marks. 

26 Horses, wagons and auto trucks. 

27 Equipment. 

28 Adjourned. 



29 Including office furniture and 

additions to leased building, 
$1,400. 

30 Insurance prepaid. 

31 Reserve for taxes. 

32 Reserve for depreciation. 



260 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 





3 

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a-i 

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bb 

a 
1 
1 


1 

"o 

S 

03 


ca 
P. 
O 

■s-s 
II 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 


t4 

.g 
1 


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


.2 

"S.g 

1« 




^ 


Q 


Q 


^ 


tf 


s 


^ 


o 


Butler Mill, New Bedford, . 


Nov. 26, 
1918. 


Nov. 12, 
1918. 


Sept. 30, 
1918. 


S3,000,000 


$834,741 


$1,624,248 


$475,997 


$411,616 


Butler's Inc., Boston, . 


Apr. 15, 
1918. 


4 Mch. 6, 
1918. 


Jan. 31, 
1918. 


175,000 


~ 


"" 


129,292 


60,858 


Butman Grain Co., Lynn, 


May 21, 
1918. 


Feb. 13, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


18,934 


3,856 


35,847 


70,046 


Butterfield & Company Inc., 


Apr. 23, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


10 900,115 


with R. E. 


404,337 


73,957 


Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Butterfield Printing Com- 


Oct. 17, 


Sept. 16, 


June 30, 


40,000 


- 


16,695 


22,404 


14,234 


pany, Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Buttrick Lumber Corporation, 


Oct. 11, 


Sept. 30, 


Mch. 31, 


100,000 


34,500 


14,289 


45,334 


18,703 


Waltham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Butts & Ordway Company, 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


120,000 


_ 


_ 


236,915 


135,583 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Buxton, Howe & Johnson, 


July 12, 


July 10, 


Mch. 31, 


6,000 


- 


845 


1,540 


1,552 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Buzzard's Bay Cranberry 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


Corporation, Bourne. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Byer Upholstering Company, 


July 9, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


6,000 


- 


- 


4,700 


4,470 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












BjTne-King Co., The, Boston, 


Apr. 3, 
1918. 


Feb. 1, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,500 


8,069 


18 1,658 


~ 


92 


Byron Chandler, Inc., Bos- 


June 18, 


Apr. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton (for 1917). 


1918. 


1917. 


1916. 












Bj^ron Chandler, Inc., Boston, 


June 21, 
1918. 


Feb. 5, 
1918. 


Dee. 31, 

1917. 


15,000 


~ 


~ 


" 


" 


Byron-Patch Company, 


May 3, 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


207 


227 


Stoneham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Byron W. Anthony Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


13,975 


22,140 


Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Byron Weston Company, 


June 24, 


Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


400,000 


277,156 


207,686 


296,921 


128,695 


Dalton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. A. Bray Company, The, 


Dec. 4, 


Nov. 6, 


Oct. 31, 


2,000 


- 


- 


2,357 


7,602 


Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












C. A. Browning Co., Boston, . 


Aug. 23, 
1918. 


21 Jan. 31, 
1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


100,000 


~ 


22 10,624 


90,080 


83,584 


C. A. C. Axe Company, Hol- 


May 2, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


1,500 


2,924 


1,350 


432 


brook. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C-A-C Lubricants Company, 


Nov. 13, 


25 July 9, 


June 30, 


100,000 


- 


26 1,710 


1,747 


900 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. A. Cook Co., Cambridge, . 


May 25, 
1918. 


Apr. 24, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


30,000 


~ 


8,188 


45,704 


25,590 


C. A. Cross & Co., Incorpo- 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


50,891 


240,915 


with 


119,588 


rated, Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 








m'ch'y 




C. A. Dodge Company, Cam- 


Apr. 9, 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 28, 


50,000 


68,341 


1,150 


5,553 


58,370 


bridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. A. Eagleston Company, 


Apr. 12, 


Mch. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


14,995 


4,763 


Lynnfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. A. Hack & Son, Incorpo- 


Apr. 26, 


Mch. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


34,412 


5,795 


6,204 


rated, Taunton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. A. Ketchum and Company, 


Aug. 30, 


July 8, 


July 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


9,404 


14,530 


Inc., Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. A. King Company, 


Nov. 13, 


Nov. 5, 


Oct. 1, 


50,000 


24,105 


26 5,372 


114,795 


36,390 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Insurance prepaid. 

2 Reserve for taxes. 

3 Reserve for depreciation. 
^ Adjourned. 

' Fixtures, suppUes, etc. 

6 Building alterations. 

' Personal property. 



8 Liberty Loan. 

9 Furniture and fixtures. 
1" And equipment. 

11 Good will. 

12 Prepaid expense. 

13 Accrued expenses. 



1^ Mortgage and note. 

15 Stocks of other corporations. 

16 Unexpired insurance. 
1' Loan. 

18 And furniture. 
1' Treasury stock. 



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-Con. 




Liabilities. 












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1 $42,898 


- 


$3,389,500 


$2,250,000 


$71,519 


- 


- 


2 $27,843 

3 210,092 


$830,046 


$3,389,500 


- 


5 73,393 

6 13,928 


$30,192 


307,663 


175,000 


62,663 


- 


$70,000 


~ 


~ 


307,663 




^ 9,849 

8 6,250 

9 836 




145,618 


50,000 


27,099 




53,681 


4,838 
3 10,000 




145,618 


11 §1,637,129 


12 5,444 


- 


3,020,982 


2,000,000 


208,932 
13 27,982 


~ 


708,727 


75,341 


~ 


3,020,982 


11 10,000 


- 


- 


63,333 


39,500 


8,544 


- 


7,034 


- 


8,255 


63,333 


- 


14 1,500 

15 1,000 
16 500 


25,612 


141,438 


97,100 


7,438 


818,000 


18,900 


- 


- 


141,438 


- 


- 


- 


372,498 


120,000 


138,793 


- 


50,750 


62,955 




372,498 


11 3,000 


- 


2,898 


9,835 


6,000 


1,001 


- 


1,500 
1' 1,334 


- 




9,835 


- 


- 


5,306 


20,306 


20,000 


306 


- 


- 


- 




20,306 


- 


- 


- 


9,170 


3,000 


5,219 


- 


- 


951 




9,170 


11 4,556 


19 1,200 


654 


16,229 


10,500 


436 


- 


5,293 


- 


- 


16,229 


- 


- 


15,000 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


15,000 


15,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


1,296 


1,730 


1,500 


230 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,730 


- 


- 


- 


36,115 


20,000 


2,644 


- 


- 


- 


13,471 


36,115 


- 


21 73,672 


- 


984,130 


400,000 


147,900 


- 


21,000 


3 10,893 


404,337 


984,130 


^ 


- 


- 


9,959 


2,000 


7,311 


- 


- 


- 


648 


9,959 


- 


23 1,908 
21 18,521 


- 


204,717 


74,800 


43,988 
21 18,521 


- 


60,500 


- 


6,908 


204,717 


11 9,000 


19 9,900 


1,925 


27,031 


24,900 


2,131 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27,031 


- 


2' 15,233 
19 32,900 




52,490 


50,000 


790 


- 


1,700 


- 


- 


52,490 


28 7,000 


- 




89,308 


30,000 


11,754 


- 


- 


47,554 


- 


89,308 


11 2,826 






















- 


29 13,226 


- 


424,620 


84,800 


252,212 


~ 


~ 


82,608 
30 5,000 


~ 


424,620 




9 483 

51 5,766 
20 500 

52 2,200 




142,363 


50,000 


24,820 




12,800 




54,743 


142,363 


- 


33 1,000 
3« 8,000 


- 


28,758 


10,000 


10,506 


~ 


~ 


8,252 


~ 


28,758 


- 


- 


- 


46,411 


20,000 


1,715 


- 


13,450 


11,246 


- 


46,411 


- 


35 2,961 


- 


26,895 


10,000 


3,940 


- 


10,000 


- 


2,955 


26,895 


- 


- 


- 


180,662 


50,000 


18,372 


36 16,000 


52,328 


27,971 
3' 9,899 


6,092 


180,662 



20 Liberty Bonds. 

21 Special meeting. 

22 And furniture and fixtures. 

23 Prepaid items. 

2* Advance merchandise. 
25 Should have been held. 



26 And fixtures. 
2' License. 

28 Patent rights. 

29 Stable and truck equipment. 

30 Reserve. 

31 Tools and appliances. 



32 Horses, wagons and autos. 

33 Auto truck. 

3* Furniture and furnishings. 

35 Truck and team. 

36 Mortgage on real estate. 
3' Depreciation account. 



262 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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C. A. Nichols Company, 


Feb. 25, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


$100,000 


_ 


_ 


$12,514 


$18,037 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. A. Noyes Co., Brockton, . 


Apr. 30, 
1918. 


Feb. 25, 
• 1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


20,000 


~ 


~ 


50,030 


11,824 


C. A. Orcutt Co., The, Boston, 


Mch. 5, 
1918. 


4 _ 


Oct. 30, 
1917. 


2,000 


~ 


$615 


30 


83 


C. A. Pierce & Co., Incorpo- 


Aug. 8, 


July 3, 


July 2, 


15,000 


- 


14,500 


2,000 


2,600 


rated, Waltham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. A. Spencer & Son Com- 


Mch. 9, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


$4,013 


27,077 


105,381 


213,207 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. & C. Arch Relocating Shoe 


July 26, 


July 1, 


June 1, 


15,000 


- 


1,186 


11,670 


773 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. B. Coburn Co., Lowell, 


Apr. 9, 
1918. 


7 Mch. 1, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


46,054 
8 4,765 


150 


116,770 


37,825 


C. B. Cook Laundry Com- 


May 3, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


- 


11 11,000 


675 


4,266 


pany, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. B. Edwards Co., The, 


Oct. 9, 


July 9, 


June 30, 


20,000 


- 


1,637 


8,280 


10,821 


Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. B. Faith Company, 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,452 


4,262 


Everett. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. B. Moller, Incorporated, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


14,000 


- 


75,663 


119,317 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. B. Swift Company, The, 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 12, 


Deo. 31, 


25,000 


- 


1,957 


9,885 


10,899 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. B. Wiggin Company, Bos- 


Sept. 12, 


Aug. 8, 


Aug. 8, 


1,000 


- 


- 


885 


425 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. B. Wyman & Son, Inc., 


Mch. 22, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


4,600 


700 


8,211 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. C. A. Cigar Company, Bos- 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 12, 


Deo. 31, 


100,000 


- 


2,240 


120,387 


51,535 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. C. Blaney Co., Boston, . 


Oct. 3, 
1918. 


July 2, 
1918. 


July 1, 
1918. 


12,000 


13,000 


~ 


~ 


3,743 


C. C. Dodge Co., Boston, 


Jan. 31, 
1918. 


Jan. 4, 
1918. 


Jan. 4, 
1918. 


5,000 


- 


~ 


3,920 


312 


C. C. Harvey Company, Bos- 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


78,049 


405,603 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. C. Henry Company, Pitts- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,516 


9,486 


48,274 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. C. Temple Company, Bos- 


Mch. 21, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,925 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. Condikey Company, Inc., 


July 16, 


May 27, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


- 


14,087 


- 


2,698 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. Condikey Confectionery 


May 28, 


20 May 3, 


Moh. 4, 


5,100 


- 


- 


850 


200 


Co., Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. D. Cobb & Bros. Inc., Bos- 


Mch. 29, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


58,858 


8,960 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. D. Cummings & Sons Co., 


Dec. 29, 


Dec. 17, 


Deo. 17, 


3,000 


- 


250 


1,250 


1,748 


Cheshire. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












C. D. E. Realty Company, 


May 9, 


Apr. 1, 


Mch. 31, 


90,000 


51,850 


1,500 


- 


25 21,475 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 










1,600 


CD. Kepner Leather Com- 


Feb. 27, 


Feb. 5, 


Deo. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


5,592 


363,256 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. D. Lyons Company, Mans- 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


1 

19,189 


14,864 


21 29,019 


8,311 


field. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. D. Parker & Co. Incorpo- 


May 25, 


May 13, 


Apr. 1, 


325,000 


- 


- 


- 


600,088 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Liberty Bonds. 

2 Instalments paid on capital stock 

(not issued). 

3 Credit insurance reserve. 

* None held since organization. 
' Good will. 



s Trade-marks. 
' In lieu of annual. 
s Buildings on leased land. 
3 Trucks, teams, fi.xtures, etc. 
1" Note secured by mortgage on real 
estate. 



11 And fixtures, teams, etc. 

12 Machinery notes payable. 

13 Ofiice fixtures and auto trucks. 
1* Leases. 

15 Bonds. 

16 Teams and equipment. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continued. 



263 



Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


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i$36d 


- 


$.30,920 
61,854 


$26,500 
2 1,050 
19,700 


$326 
1,945 


- 


$2,500 
21,300 


$44 
3500 


818,909 


830,920 
61,854 


6 Sl.OOO 


- 


8171 


1,899 


1,400 


339 


$160 


- 


- 


- 


1,899 


- 


- 


- 


19,100 


15,000 


534 


- 


680 


- 


2,886 


19,100 


6 10,000 


- 


- 


359,678 


100,000 


149,266 


- 


30,000 


80,412 


- 


359,678 


6 8,055 
5 4,970 


- 


- 


26,654 


12,560 


691 


- 


- 


13,403 


- 


26,654 


9 12,518 


- 


218,082 


50,000 


13,860 


1° 35,000 


58,855 


60,367 


- 


218,082 


6 8,031 


- 


40 


23,972 
20,778 


20,000 
8,000 


1,872 
6,778 


: 


1,600 
12500 
6,000 


_ 


~ 


23,972 
20,778 


- 


- 


2,708 


11,422 


5,000 


6,422 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,422 


- 


" 1,244 


- 


210,224 


50,000 


21,894 


10,000 


- 


128,330 


- 


210,224 


5 14,700 


- 


: 


37,441 
1,310 


20,000 
1,000 


11,352 
180 


_ 


with accts, 
payable 


~ 


6,089 
130 


37,441 
1,310 


6 40,000 


" 4,700 


- 


58,211 


50,000 


6,830 


- 


- 


- 


1,381 


58,211 


- 


15 1,000 


- 


175,162 


100,000 


10,583 


- 


48,713 


- 


15,866 


175,162 


- 


16 8,452 


1,108 


26,303 


12,000 


5,203 


" 8,500 


600 


- 


- 


26,303 


- 


- 


3,066 


7,298 


5,000 


2,298 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,298 


- 


- 


- 


483,652 
59,276 


100,000 
15,000 


26,729 

18 1,334 

7,564 


122,186 


147,763 


85,640 
7,000 


29,712 


483,652 
59,276 


- 


19 865 


- 


4,790 


300 


2,894 


- 


- 


1,596 


- 


4,790 


5 3,000 


- 


9,287 


29,072 


10,000 


1,189 


- 


17,883 


- 


- 


29,072 


5 1,500 


21 2,500 


750 


5,800 


5,100 


700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,800 


6 21,200 


22 18,918 

23 10,736 
2*485 


1,352 


119,157 
4,600 


50,000 
3,000 


17,323 
1,600 


32,114 


12,000 




7,720 


119,157' 
4,600 


- 


- 


65,921 


142,346 


88,865 


5,981 


47,500 


- 


- 


- 


142,34ft 


6 91,449 


25 1,557 
2? 275,344 
28 19,393 

29 1,247 

30 6,221 




672,610 
162,832 


290,000 
100,000 


33,675 
21,346 




326,500 
41,486 


22,435 




672.610 
162,832 


- 


32 2,429,211 
23 7,986 


- 


3,037,285 


250,000 


S3 1,328,75S 
3< l,364,22f 




- 


94,301 


with 
surplus 


3,037,285 




" Mortgage. 






23 Furnitu 


re and fixtures. 




29 Corporation insu 


ranee. 


18 Insurance. 






. 24 Stock. 






30 Prepaid items. 




" Tools and equipmt 


nt. 




25 Mortga 


ge notes. 




31 And tools. 




2° Adjourned. 






26 Fixture 


s. 




32 Securities. 




21 Store fixtures. 






2' Advanc 


es. 




33 Secured by colla 


teral. 


22 Lease. 








28 Investn 


aents. 






34 Depos 


its. 





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ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



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


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


S25,000 


_ 


_ 


$12,271 


$4,743 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. E. Chapin Co., Inc., Bos- 


June 6, 


Apr. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


S3,750 


6,306 


975 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. E. Fay Co., Boston, 


Jan. 26, 
1918. 


Jan. 14, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


100,000 


- 


3 1,479 


79,243 


36,430 


C. E. George, Incorporated, 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,106 


20 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. E. Osgood Company, The, 


May 10, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


- 


- 


123,848 


189,941 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. E. Perry Co. Inc., Boston, . 


Oct. 17, 
1918. 


8 - 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


10,000 


- 


8,315 


2,428 


5,077 


C. E. Riley Company, Boston, 


Feb. 21, 
1918. 


Feb. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


1,250,000 


- 


- 


5,696 


4,378,634 


C. E. Robinson Company, 


Mch. 28, 


Mch. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. E. Sault Co., The, Athol, . 


Apr. 1, 
1918. 


Mch. 12, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


- 


- 


24,000 


1,966 


C. E. Tibbetts Inc., Boston, 


May 13, 
1918. 


10 _ 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


- 


- 


410 


9,577 


C. E. Trumbull Company, 


Mch. 19, 


12 Mch. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


$1,647 


5,430 


- 


627 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. F. & G. W. Eddy (incorpo- 


Dec. 3, 


Nov. 28, 


Sept. 1, 


40,000 


- 


- 


2,092 


1,071,841 


rated), Boston. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












C. F. Budd Company, Wo- 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 13, 


Feb. 1, 


15,000 


7,016 


2,736 


9,720 


15,829 


burn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Church Mfg. Co., Hol- 


Feb. 14, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


14,535 


5,798 


48,524 


18,062 


yoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. F. Dahlborg & Sons, Inc., 


Apr. 29, 


Mch. 11, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


3,166 


781 


15,240 


17,735 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Dewing Company, 


Mch. 12, 


18 Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


_ 


1,445 


827 


Needham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. F. Eddy Company, New- 


July 11, 


July 5, ■ 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


31,700 


250 


23,945 


89,856 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Green and Sons, Inc., 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


5,000 


3 3,743 


12,537 


9,745 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. F. Hatch Company, The, 


Apr. 8, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


20,000 


- 


50,109 


59,451 


116,812 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Hovey Company, Bos- 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 31, 


1,000,000 


27,193 


- 


965,232 


502,448 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Paige & Co., Incorpo- 


Mch. 29, 


Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


12,000 


- 


- 


20,860 


7,218 


rated, Athol. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. F. Stahl Company, Cam- 


Mch. 29, 


Mch. 15, 


Feb. 1, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


bridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. F. Tompkins Co., Salem, . 


May 13, 
1918. 


Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


30,000 


- 


- 


42,891 


42,029 


C. F. Trask Manufacturmg 


July 3, 


June 21, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


10,400 


21,189 


15,186 


16,832 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. G. Aldrich Company, Som- 


Oct. 14, 


June 2, 


May 31, 


25,000 


- 


3,375 


5,069 


6,282 


erville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. G. Oilman Wagon Co., 


Aug. 7, 


12 July 12, 


Mch. 31, 


8,000 


- 


2,465 


5,646 


4,837 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












C. G. Howes Company, Bos- 


Apr. 11, 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


30 7,797 


2,337 


10,059 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. G. Sargent's Sons Corpora- 


Apr. 3, 


Nov. 5, 


Sept. 30, 


30,000 


2,025 


24,512 


63,387 


137,658 


tion, Westford. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 

2 Fixtures. 

3 And equipment. 

^ Investment in Roxbury store. 
■s Teaming outfit and fixtures. 
* Liberty Bonds. 



' Reserve for depreciation. 
8 None held since organization. 
' Investments. 

10 None held in 1918. 

11 Good will, advertising and con- 

tracts. 



12 Adjourned. 

13 Open accounts. 
1^ Loan. 

15 Expense prepaid. 

16 Trucks and fixtures. 
1' Stationery. 



1918. 



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265 



of Corporaiions — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



Liabilities. 



1 810,541 


2 $1,500 


- 


S29,055 


$25,000 


$4,055 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$29,055 


1 3,000 


- 


- 


14,031 


10,000 


2,703 


- 


- 


- 


$1,328 


14,031 


- 


- 


- 


117,152 


100,000 


10,592 


- 


- 


- 


6,560 


117,152 


- 


- 


33,617 


5,743 


5,000 


743 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,743 


1500 


4 48,731 

5 1,504 

6 20,200 


866 


384,224 
17,186 


100,000 
10,000 


113,020 
7,186 






7 $67,000 


104,204 


384,224 
17,186 


- 


9 90,000 


- 


4,474,330 


1,250,000 


1,816,823 


- 


$330,000 


- 


1,077,507 


4,474,330 


- 


- 


30 


30 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


2 1,000 


- 


26,966 


10,000 


5,109 


810,170 


- 


- 


1,687 


26,966 


'1 10,000 


- 


- 


19,987 


10,000 


5,961 


- 


- 


- 


4,026 


19,987 


- 


- 


7,205 


14,909 


10,000 


4,909 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,909 


- 


- 


- 


1,073,933 


40,000 


13 38,395 


- 


11 75,771 


- 


919,767 


1,073,933 


- 


- 


- 


35,301 


15,000 


1,931 


- 


- 


16,500 


1,870 


35,301 


- 


16 669 


- 


87,588 


25,000 


16,721 


3,411 


9,218 


33,238 


- 


87,588 


1115 


16 3,131 
i'102 
6 750 


1,054 


40,905 
3,441 


25,000 
2,800 


4,185 
641 




3,700 


2,904 


5,116 


40,905 
3,441 


- 


19 5,200 


- 


150,951 


50,000 


54,733 


7,500 


4,759 


- 


33,959 


150,951 


- 


20 692 


1,304 


33,021 


20,000 


5,547 


- 


7,474 


- 


- 


33,021 




21 4,529 


- 


230,901 


20,000 


30,906 


- 


- 


179,995 


- 


230,901 


1 200,000 


22 103,862 

6 25 000 

23 675 

2 2,237 

21 1,900 


20,000 


1,823,735 
32,890 

20,000 


1,000,000 
12,000 

20,000 


10,340 
5,108 


7,100 


701,305 


112,090 

3,696 

25 2,086 

26 2,900 


- 


1,823,735 
32,890 

20,000 


- 


27 2,200 


- 


87,120 


21,000 


35,564 


- 


13,000 


14,872 


2,684 


87,120 


29 5,000 
1 1,500 


5,106 
28 1,000 


- 


69,713 
21,226 
12,948 


40,000 
10,000 
8,000 


14,397 

750 

2,973 


- 


5,000 
1,800 


175 


10,316 

10,476 


69,713 
21,226 
12,948 


1 16,174 
29 3,000 


6 1,400 

31834 

32 6,484 


- 


38,601 
237,066 


20,000 
30,000 


11,424 
59,874 


- 


2,712 


4,465 
147,192 


- 


38,601 
237,066 


18 Should have been 


held. 


23 Truck. 


2s Teams. 




19 Equipment. 

20 Prepaid. 




2^ Store h 
-'" Reserve 


Duse. 29 Patent rights 
3. , 30 And furniture 


, automobiles, ete. 


21 Deferred charges. 




26 Con ting 


ent fund. 3i Insurance un 


expired, etc. 


22 Fixtur 


es, fittings a 


[id equipme 


nts. 


2' Fixture 


s, autos and 


horses. 


32 I 


mprovemen 


ts. 





266 



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[1918. 



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C 

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NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 


a 
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chandise, 
erial, and 
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C. H. Arkerson Co., Boston, . 


Sept. 10, 
1918. 


June 1, 
1918. 


June 1, 
1918. 


S3,000 


- 


$50 


S2,681 


S324 


C. H. G. Cederborg Company, 


Sept. 23, 


July 


1, 


June 29, 


5,000 


- 


2 1,000 


1,000 


7,900 


Brookline. 


1918. 


1818 




1918. 












C. H. Hanson & Co. Inc., 


May 10, 


Jan. 


1, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


31,395 


65,909 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. H. Hayes Corporation, 


Mch. 22, 


Nov. 


13, 


Nov. 3, 


150,000 


848,831 


44,160 


111,864 


96,996 


Haverhill. 


1918. 


1917 




1917. 












C. H. Lindsay Company, Bos- 


Apr. 18, 


Mch. 


4, 


Dec. 31, 


4,000 


- 


1,000 


6 1,000 


1,000 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. H. McMillen Co. Inc., 


Dec. 11, 


Oct. 


3, 


Aug. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,648 


16,099 


Boston (for 1917). 


1917. 


1917 




1917. 












C.H. McMillen Co. Inc., Bos- 


Nov. 19, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 3, 


10,000 


- 


409 


1,935 


15,095 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. H. Simonds Company, 


Mav 8, 


10 Apr. 


10, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


11 47,229 


- 


21,243 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. H. Spring Company, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 


23, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


17,721 


- 


98,431 


60,115 


Wellesley. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. H. Trott Company, Co- 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 


4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


12,700 


1,700 


4,259 


2,481 


hasset. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. H. Whall Company, Bos- 


Mch. 29, 


Jan. 


10, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


— 


- 


96,039 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. I. Bickum Co., Haverhill, . 


Feb. 26, 
1918. 


Jan. 
1918 


7, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


2,500 


- 


370 


2,500 


650 


C. I. Brink, Inc., Boston, 


Apr. 16, 
1918. 


Feb. 
1918 


16, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


15,000 


" 


11 9,504 


3,682 


14,651 


C. J. Gorman's Amusement 


June 4, 


Apr. 


1, 


Apr. 1, 


90,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Enterprises, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. J. KeUy Co., Boston, 


May 23, 
1918. 


May 
1918 


1, 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


~ 


" 


3,043 


2,401 


C. J. Leary & Sons Inc., Fall 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 


30, 


Jan. 29, 


5,000 


- 


1,000 


1,100 


1,698 


River. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. J. Miers and Son Incorpo- 


July 19, 


Apr. 


8, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


300 


950 


900 


rated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. J. O'Keefe Shoe Company, 


Mav 7, 


Feb. 


8, 


Dec. 31, 


32,000 


15,000 


11,452 


119,189 


94,389 


Marlborough. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. J. Peters & Son Company, 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 


22, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


33,744 


18,432 


.19,421 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. J. Prince Company, Bos- 


Apr. 20, 


Jan. 


7, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 




- 


15,180 


12,638 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. Johnston Company Incor- 


Aug. 1, 


July 


1, 


July 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


11,264 


3,317 


porated, Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. K. Smith and Company, 


May 29, 


Apr. 


10. 


Apr. 1, 


20,000 


2,500 


300 


2,884 


43,718 


Incorporated, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918 




1918. 












C. L. Flaccus Glass Co., Bos- 


Aug. 1, 


July 


1, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


ton. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. L. Forbush & Son Co., 


Aug. 2, 


Mch. 


4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


485 


917 


2,398 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. L. Goodwin & Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 


26, 


Deo. 31, 


3,000 


- 


3,650 


2,000 


5,422 


Incorporated, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918 




1917. 












C. L. York Company, Boston, 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 


8, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,458 




1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












C. M. Kimball Co., Boston, . 


May 9, 
1918. 


Apr. 10, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


150,000 


25,000 


9,989 


8,396 


- 



1 Good will. 

2 And tools. 

' Prepaid insurance. 
^ Reserve for depreciation. 
5 And stock of paint. 
^ Furniture and fixtures. 



" Treasury stock. 

8 Reserve for bad accounts. 

3 Advances to salesmen. 

10 Adjourned. 

11 And fixtures. 



1- Paper, ink, plates and incomplete 

work. 
13 Bond interest account. 
1* Horses, teams and motor trucks. 
15 Mortgages. 
1" Prepaid expenses. 



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of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


i^ ■ 

a g 8 
P-i 


3 
S 

1 


1 
o 


^ 
^ 


-2 

1 

5 


k 

< 


J. 

a 


J. 

"S 

-o 
a 

Si 

o a) 
5 


J 

a, 

1 


o 
>-; 

a 


3 
^ 


1S500 


- 


S105 


83,660 


S3,000 


$660 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,660 


- 


- 


- 


9,900 


5,000 


1,300 


- 


- 


$3,600 


- 


9,900 


1 15,000 


- 


- 


112,304 


25,000 


78,180 


- 


- 


- 


$9,124 


112,304 


1 1,000 


3 $1,583 


800 


303,434 
4,800 


150,000 
4,000 


79,999 


- 


$50,250 


4,863 
^590 


17,732 
800 


303,434 
4,800 


-. 


6 401 
MOO 
S26 
'400 

12 4,134 


28,113 


22,574 

17,839 
100.719 


5,000 

5,000 
50,000 


8,282 

7,075 
12,933 


- 


5,660 

2,260 
37,785 


2,704 

8 750 

9 178 
2,704 
8 750 


50 


22,574 

17,839 
100,719 


- 


" 16,785 
15 7,961 


2,610 


201,013 
23,750 


20,000 
7,700 


3,342 
3,350 


15 $7,200 


177,671 
5,500 


_ 


~ 


201,013 
23,750 


- 


6 500 


- 


96,539 


50,000 


3.313 


- 


- 


43,226 


- 


96,539 


- 


- 


- 


3,520 


2,500 


590 


- 


- 


- 


430 


3,520 


1 28,000 


15 667 


903 


57,407 


1,000 


9,780 


- 


- 


45,118 
" 1,509 


- 


57,407 


- 


- 


- 


5,444 


2,000 


3,044 


- 


- 


- 


400 


5,444 


1 1,000 


- 


615 


5,413 


5,000 


413 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,413 


1 3,000 


- 


- 


5,150 


5,000 


125 


- 


- 


- 


25 


5,150 


- 


- 


- 


240,030 


32,000 


55,409 


4,500 


145,976 


- 


2,145 


240,030 




IS 700 
19 1,000 

20 112 


2,682 


73,409 
30,500 


50,000 
20,000 


4,142 
10,500 






. 19,267 




73,409 
30,500 


- 


21 2,000 


- 


16,581 


5,000 


10,776 


- 


- 


- 


805 


16,581 




22 700 

23 600 

2« 8,700 


1,627 


61,029 
5,000 


20,000 
5,000 


1,923 




39,106 






61,029 
5,000 


1 4,000 
1 2,500 


21590 
25 225 


2,126 


10,741 
13,572 


4,000 
3,000 


3,093 
5,128 


1,000 


3,648 


_ 


4,444 


10,741 
13,572 


29 9,000 
1 30,000 


26 8,250 

2' 3,500 

28 430 

6 74 

30 5,175 

31 5,000 


1,198 


19,712 
93,758 


930 
70,000 


3,358 
2,158 

32 700 


15,000 


2,225 
5,900 


13,199 


- 


19,712 
93,758 



1' Reserve for depreciation of ma- 
chinery and equipment. 

18 Pub. Department stock. 

19 Liberty Bond. 

20 Taxes prepaid. 

21 Fixtures. 



22 Depreciation account. 

23 Liberty Bonds. 
2'' Equipment. 

25 Horse and wagon. 

26 Horses, wagons, sleds, harnesses 

and equipment. 



2' Auto trucks. 

28 Hay, oats, straw and feeds. 

29 Trade-marks. 

30 Prepaid items. 

31 Copyrights. 

32 Prepaid stock dividend. 



268 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




s 
6 


1 


a 
1 


03 

P. 
« 
O 

-a 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


S 


1 


ufactures, 
erchandise, 
aterial, and 
ock in Proc- 

3. 






jcS 


Q 


.2 
Q 


-goo 

< 


1 


OS 




1« 
o 


C. M. Little Company, Bos- 


Apr. 


1, Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


$25,000 


_ 


$4,000 


$5,335 


$2,125 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. M. Robertson Company, 


Mch. 2 


9, Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


3 $130,067 


3 83,176 


52,485 


3 43,002 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. M. Ward Company, Bos- 


May ; 


8, May 1, 


May 1, 


15,000 


- 


1,200 


1,544 


1,645 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. Moench Sons Company, 


June 


6, May 8, 


Apr. 30, 


10,000 


- 


8,292 


71,410 


291,047 


The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. 0. Morrill Company, The, 


May 


9, Apr. 22, 


Apr. 1, 


6,000 


- 


1,500 


6,096 


4,338 


Waltham. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. 0. Sweet & Son Company, 


Apr. 2 


6, Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


26,606 


16,705 


28,387 


Attleboro. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. P. Comerford Company, 


Aug. 2 


3, July 15, 


July 15, 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,900 


3,275 


Lowell. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. P. Rockwell, Incorporated, 


Apr. 


8, Feb. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


- 


- 


153,370 


69,818 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. P. Shaw Co. Inc., Boston, . 


Feb. 2 
1918 


0, Feb. 5, 
1918. 


Feb. 5, 
1918. 


10,000 


- 


25 


75 


195 


C. P. Thompson Company, 


Dec. 1 


1, Sept. 5, 


Sept. 5, 


30,000 


- 


5,000 


30,186 


4,607 


Incorporated, Springfield. 


1917 


1917. 


1917. 












C. R. Cofwin Company, Bos- 


July 1 


7, July 9, 


June 30, 


40,000 


- 


- 


49,045 


55,088 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. R. March, Inc., Worcester, 


Mch. 2 
1918 


7, Feb. 28, 
1918. 


Feb. 28, 
1918. 


8,000 


- 


~ 


6,784 


2,770 


C. R. P. Company, Ayer, 


Sept. 
1918 


6, July 2, 
1918. 


June 30, 
1918. 


20,000 


~ 


- 


14,280 


' 2,905 


C. Ray Randall & Company, 


Mch. 2 


0, Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,913 


5,500 


61,087 


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


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Mch. 


7, -Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


2,205 


500 


160 


510 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. S. Binner Corporation, Bos- 


Mch. 2 


9, 13 Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


37,500 


419 


12,928 


7,086 


10,664 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. S. Cunningham and Sons 


June : 


0, Mch. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


7,436 


- 


200,283 


Construction Company, 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Boston. 


















C. S. Fifield Company, Spring- 


Jan. 2 


8, Jan. 24, 


Dee. 31, 


2,000 


- 


- 


1,873 


1,251 


field. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. S. Marshall Company, 


Mch. 2 


7, Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


5,000 


141,054 


213,973 


Brockton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. S. Parris Company, Bos- 


Apr. 2 


9, Apr. 9, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


- 


1,500 


1,461 


3,649 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












■C. S. Pierce Company, Brock- 


Jan. : 


4, Dec. 13, 


Dec. 1, 


150,000 


- 


34,292 


173,526 


212,644 


ton. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












C. S. Pierce Dressing Com- 


Dec. 2 


4, Dec. 13, 


Nov. 30, 


30,000 


- 


1,744 


13,097 


19,678 


pany, Brockton. 


1917 


1917. 


1917. 












C. S. Pierce Skiving Machine 


Apr. 1 


1, 19- 


Dec. 31, 


1,500 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


Company, Brockton. 


1918 




1917. 












C. S. Scott Company, Bel- 


Feb. 


6, Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


7,200 


516 


- 


1,550 


mont. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. T. Brigham Company, 


Feb. 2 


7, Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


38,094 


30,011 


Pittsfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












C. T. Sherer Company, 


May 


6, Apr. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


160,000 


- 


20 88,300 


314,080 


94,215 


Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. V. Ryan Company, Bos- 


May ] 


3, Dec. 6, 


Nov. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ton. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












C. W. Babcock & Son, Inc., 


June 2 


0, June 11, 


May 31, 


10,000 


- 


2,628 


1,310 


6,426 


Somerville. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












C. W. Bennett & Co., Incorpo- 


Jan. 


9, Oct. 15, 


Sept. 29, 


30,000 


17,000 


7,000 


40,050 


45,586 


rated, Fitchburg. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












C. W. Bowker and Company, 


May 


1, Mch. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


33,307 


93,841 


Inc., Worcester. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 



3 Less reserve. 
* Securities. 



5 Prepaid insurance. 
5 Furniture and fixtures. 
' Teams and equipment. 
8 Tax reserve. 



9 Dealers' Association stock. 
1° Good will, lease and fixtures. 

11 Stock in other corporations. 

12 Fixtures. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 269 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


— Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




1 

a 
= 

1 


1 

T3 

a 

to 
o 


3 


1 

3 


k 

-2 
< 


"2 

■a 

ii 


J. 

J 


1 

1 


T3 
13 


1 


1 $1,817 


2 S10,500 


- 


$23,777 


$15,000 


$6,126 


- 


- 


82,651 




$23,777 


1 11,000 


4 10,000 
5 1,610 


_ 


320,340 
15,389 


150,000 
15,000 


13,083 
389 


$135,000 


$6,922 


15,335 


- 


320,340 
15,389 




6 3,077 
' 2,594 
6 3,106 


$2,663 


379,526 
14,597 


10,000 
6,000 


366,586 
4,597 




4,000 


8 187 


$2,753 


379,526 
14,597 


- 


- 


- 


71,698 


5,000 


5,528 


- 


4,128 


57,042 


- 


71,698 


- 


- 


1,000 


6,175 


5,000 


1,175 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,175 


- 


9 100 


- 


223,288 


35,200 


162,154 




- 


23,253 


2,681 


223,288 


- 


- 


5,305 


5,600 


5,600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,600 


1 5,000 


- 


- 


44,793 


30,000 


12,793 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 


44,793 


1" 10,000 


"880 


- 


115,013 


40,000 


43,530 


- 


- 


- 


31,483 


115,013 


- 


12 2,435 


4,414 


16,403 


8,000 


- 


7,403 


1,000 


- 


- 


16,403 


- 


12 19,486 


- 


36,671 


20,000 


13,608 


- 


1,898 


- 


1,165 


36,671 


- 


4 500 


- 


70,000 


10,000 


13,495 


- 


42,001 


- 


4,504 


70,000 


-. 


- 


- 


3,375 


750 


16 


- 


- 


- 


2,609 


3,375 


- 


" 29,400 


- 


60,497 


37,500 


3,145 


13,000 


434 


- 


6,418 


60,497 


1 2,000 


- 


- 


209,719 


5,000 


157,794 


- 


- 


46,925 


- 


209,719 


- 


- 


- 


3,124 


2,000 


591 


- 


- 


- 


533 


3,124 


I 5,000 


15 6,711 


~ 


366,738 
11,610 


50,000 
10,000 


70,232 
1,313 


: 


70,000 


100,000 
16 22,481 


54,025 
297 


366,738 
11,610 


1 12,844 


iJ 31,000 


- 


451,462 
47,363 


150,000 
30,000 


86,780 
9,872 


~ 


80,408 


100,664 
18 33,610 
18 7,491 


: 


451,462 
47,363 


- 


- 


6,412 


8,412 


1,500 


6,912 




- 


- 


- 


8,412 


1 3,000 


- 


- 


12,266 


4,600 


6,116 




- 


228 


1,322 


12,266 


- 


- 


- 


68,105 


30,000 


6,985 


20,000 


- 


- 


11,120 


68,105 


- 


- 


- 


496,595 


150,000 


89,662 


- 


139,600 


117,333 


- 


496,595 


1700 


21400 


1,912 


3,012 


1,000 


2,012 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,012 


1 2,400 


- 


- 


12,764 


5,100 


970 


- 


- 


6,694 


- 


12,764 


- 


- 


- 


109,636 


30,000 


20,237 


- 


49,327 


10,072 


- 


109,636 


- 


22 3,470 

23 9,850 


- 


140,468 


25,000 


20,469 


- 


66,500 


28,499 


- 


140,468 



13 Should have been held, 
i"* Capital stock in treasury. 
15 Liberty Loan Bonds. 
15 Reserve for taxes. 



1' Investments. 

18 Reserves. 

19 None held in 1918. 

20 And fixtures. 



21 OfBce furniture. 

22 Equipment. 

23 Liberty Bonds. 



270 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



C. W. Haselton Company, 
Haverhill. 

C. W. Rackliffe Co. Inc., Hol- 
yoke. 

C. W. Skiff Company, West- 
field. 

C. W. Sweetland & Son, Inc., 
Boston. 

C. W. Weeks Company, 
Springfield. 

Cabot Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Cadillac Automobile Com- 
pany of Boston, Boston. 

Cafeteria Company, Boston, 

Caimes and Company Incor- 
porated, Worcester. 

Caldwell and Company, In- 
corporated, Boston. 

Callahan, Field and Fielder 
Company, Worcester. 

Cambridge Botanical Supply 
Company, Belmont. 

Cambridge Brass Company, 
Boston. 

Cambridge Co-operative So- 
ciety, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Factory Company, 
Cambridge. 

Cambridge Ice Company, 
Cambridge. 

Cambridge Iron Works, Cam- 
bridge. 

Cambridge Lithuanian Co- 
operative Association, Cam- 
bridge. 

Cambridge Manufacturing 
Company, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Motor Co., Cam- 
bridge. . - 

Cambridge Novelty Com- 
pany, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Olympia Com- 
pany, Somerville. 

Cambridge Olympia Com- 
pany, Somer\-ilIe (2d re- 
turn). 

Cambridge Paper Box Co., 
The, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Plumbing & Heat- 
ing Company, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Poultry Company, 
Cambridge. 

Cambridge Realty Company, 
Cambridge. 

Cambridge Relief Hospital 
Corporation, Cambridge. 

Cambridge Securities Com- 
pany, Cambridge. 

Camden Garage Company, 
Boston. 



Mch. 21, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

19 
July 

19 
Mch 

19 
June 

19 
Apr. 

19 
July 

19 
Feb. 

19 
Nov, 

19 
May 

19 
June 

Nov, 

19 
Oct. 

19 
July 

19 
May 

19 
May 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Jan. 

19 



Mch 

19 
Aug. 

19 
Aug. 

19 
Apr. 

19 
Nov, 

19 



Mch 

19 
Nov, 

19 
Mch 

19 
Apr. 

19 
July 

19 
Feb. 

19 
Apr. 22 

1918. 



15, 



Jan. 2, 

1918. 
Feb. 22, 

1918. 
Jan. 16, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
Apr. 30, 

1918. 
Feb. 11, 

1918. 
June 28, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 
Oct. 1, 

1918. 
Apr. 25, 

1918. 
May 7, 

1918. 
Nov. 11, 

1918. 
Mch. 12, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
1° Mch. 26, 

1918. 
Apr. 10, 

1918. 
Feb. 12, 

1918. 
Jan. 7, 

1918. 

Feb. 6, 
1918. 

Feb. 20, 
1918. 

June 19, 
1918. 

14 _ 

X7 _ 



Jao. 9, 
1918. 



Oct 

1918, 
Mch. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918 
Jan. 

1918, 
Jan. 

1918, 
Mch. 

1918, 



Jan. 1 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
Jan. 16 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
Jan. 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
July 1 

1918. 
Mch. .30 

1918. 
May 1 

1918. 
Nov. 11 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Mch. 31 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Jan. 1 

1918. 

Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
May 31 

1918. 
Oct. 1 

1917. 
Sept. 30, 

1918. 

Dec. 31 

1917. 
Oct. 1 

1918. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 
Dec. 31 

1917. 



$2,000 

90,000 

15,000 

20,000 

50,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

20,000 

30,000 

30,000 

40,000 

25,000 

45,000 

5,000 
20,000 
15,0OO 
5,000 
5,000 

75,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1,000,000 

10,000 
6,000 

15,000 



Assets. 



$215,000 



790,000 
83,699 



21,500 



29,559 
65,500 



15,000 



87,750 



42,880 
20,000 
32,000 






81,099 



3 3,663 

withR.E. 

6,619 



850 



28,230 
8,000 

1,500 
2,283 
10,143 



10,000 



24 1,311 



2,413 



12,819 

17,414 

424,684 

414,134 

1,737 



3,127 
5,500 
9,500 
14,362 



with 
m'ch'y 
8,926 

2,587 



1,689 

41,285 

9,995 



64,434 



500 



1,146 



' Mortgage. 

2 Good will. 

^ And furniture and fixtures. 

■* Stock in outside company. 

' Liberty Bond. 



8 Reserved for depreciation and 

renewals. 
' Plant.. 

8 Insurance prepaid. 

9 Fixtiu'es. 



1° Adjourned. 

11 Investments in other company. 

12 Patent rights. 
12 And reserves. 

" None held in 1917. 



1918.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



271 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


H <^ 9 

m ^. O 

P-i 


i 

1 
1 


1 
1 

1 


3 
^ 


2 

CO 

3 

■§• 


a ^ 


■a 

On? 


J. 

■a 


J 

"3. 

CO 


1 
-a 

a 

1 




- 


- 


- 


$9,695 


$2,000 


$4,633 


1 


- 


- 


$3,062 


$9,695 


- 


- 


- 


221,482 


90,000 


- 


$100,000 


$25,000 


- 


6,482 


221,482 


2 $15,000 


- 


- 


15,000 


15,000 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


46,654 


20,000 


5,031 


- 


- 


$16,469 


5,154 


46,654 


- 


4 $18,400 


- 


46,944 


5,000 


15,124 


- 


20,000 


6,820 


- 


46,944 


- 


5 25,000 


- 


1,688,844 


1,000,000 


- 


- 


150,000 


6 115,000 


423,844 


1,688,844 


- 


- 


- 


1,037,149 


100,000 


18,900 


- 


150,690 


767,559 


- 


1,037,149 


2 3,748 


7 3,017 
8 139 


: 


10,461 


5,000 
300 


1,430 


- 


- 


- 


4,031 


10,461 
300 


- 


- 


- 


36,841 


2,000 


30,278 


- 


- 


- 


4,563 


36,841 


- 


- 


- 


8,273 


5,000 


466 


- 


- 


2,807 


- 


8,273 


- 


- 


- 


17,039 


5,000 


3,365 


- 


1,400 


7,274 


- 


17,039 


- 


- 


- 


38,750 


20,000 


4,000 


12,800 


- 


- 


1,950 


38,750 


- 


9 15,649 


S5,623 


41,112 


1,820 


15,992 


23,300 


- 


- 


- 


41,112 


2 12,000 


- 


325 


43,794 


30,000 


1,169 


12,625 


- 


- 


- 


43,794 


- 


11 100 


- 


103,175 


40,000 


11,388. 


29,000 


17,500 


~ 


5,287 


103,175 


12 2,500 
2 5,000 


- 


13,820 


46,253 


25,000 


13,253 


- 


8,000 




- 


46,253 


- 


50 


4,741 


2,790 


- 


- 


1,951 


- 


- 


4,741 


12 500 


- 


1,394 


8,862 


5,000 


3,862 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,862 


- 


- 


- 


66,800 


20,000 


8,946 


30,890 


- 


1,423 


5,541 


66,800 


- 


- 


- 


38,951 


15,000 


7,928 


- 


- 


13 16,023 


- 


38,951 


- 


15 1,750 
16 642 
"750 

9 1,024 


3,557 
3,759 


6,137 
6,235 


5,000 
5,000 


1,137 
1,235 


- 




- 


- 


6,137 
6,235 


- 


- 




205,925 


56,800 


2,241 


18 60,000 


- 


- 


86,884 


205,925 


2 4,946 


- 


- 


5,993 


5,000 


993 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,993 


- 


19 1,564 


- 


23,250 


2,400 


701 


- 


3,000 


17,149 


- 


23,250 


- 


2° 135,357 
21 58,936 


5,964 
2,756 


241,735 
30,835 
37,993 


190,150 

3.000 

23 7,000 

6,000 


2,835 
293 


18,000 
22,000 


31,500 
9,700 


22 18,020 


2,065 


241,735 
30,835 
37,993 


~ 


25 100 


7,594 


12,068 


300 
26 2,700 


962 


- 


- 


512 


7,594 


12,068 



15 Lease. 

16 Furniture and fixtures. 
1' None held in 1918. 

18 Real estate mortgage. 



19 Motor truck, horse, wagon and 

furniture. 
2° Mortgages. 

21 Construction loans. 

22 Uncompleted loans. 



2' Subscription received from stock. 
21 And tools, etc. 

25 Edison Electric. 

26 Subscription received on stock. 



272 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 

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1 

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Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 


1 
■3 


a 
03 


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


.2 

^ . 

1| 






Q 


Q 


< 


rt 


§ 


^ 1 


^ 


Cameron Brothers, Incorpo- 


Apr. 27, 


Feb. 21, 


Apr. 1, 


811,000 


_ 


S1,000 


S500 


$1,225 


rated, Maiden. 


1918. 


1914. 


1918. 












Campbell & Wiswell, Inc., 


Sept. 5, 


2 _ 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,011 


9,750 


10,975 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Campbell Electric Company, 


July 22, 


May 23, 


Mch. 30, 


500,000 


§149,696 


« 64,075 


110,897 


222,493 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Campbell Electric Corpora- 


Julv 17, 


May 21, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


- 


33,582 


tion, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Campbell-Jones Company, 


Feb. 8, 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 18, 


10,000 


- 


2,131 


3,943 


6,538 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Campello Coal Company, 


July 1, 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 1, 


17,500 


2,100 


2,164 


1,361 


24,722 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Campello Fruit Company, 


June 3, 


May 6, 


Apr. 30, 


5,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Campello Lumber Company, 


Apr. 3, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


- 


20,688 


20,135 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Campello Nail-less Heel Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


13,000 


38,039 


42,941 


pany, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Campello Woodworking Com- 


Mch. 25, 


Feb. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


4,500 


1,235 


3,122 


pany, Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Canaan Press, The, Pittsfield, 


June 10, 
1918. 


Feb. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25.000 


~ 


2" 10,784 


4,000 


3,276 


Canadian Atlantic Coal Com- 


July 18, 


2 _ 


Dec. 31, 


1,150,000 


- 


877 


- 


282 


pany, Limited, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Canadian Construction Com- 


Jan. 9, 


Oct. 17, 


Sept. 22, 


10,000 


14,040 


25 


- 


1,840 


pany, The, Lawrence. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Canal Fish & Freezing Co., 


May 15, 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 1, 


300,000 


82,500 


with R. E. 


13,622 


7,412 


Sandwich. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cancian Company, The, Chel- 


June 5, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


2,500 


1,050 


187 


1,530 


sea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Canfield Laundry Company, 


Dec. 29, 


Sept. 18, 


June 30, 


25,000 


4,700 


6,200 


- 


2,500 


Wellesley. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Canney Motor Company, 


July 25, 


2^ June 27, 


Apr. 1, 


25,000 


- 


- 


9,984 


16,336 


The, Holyoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cann's Sea Grill, Inc., Boston, 


June 21, 
1918. 


May 6, 
1918. 


Jan. 1, 
1918. 


25,000 




4 17,946 


9,599 


3,894 


Canobie Lake Amusement 


Aug. 9, 


21 May 17, 


Mch. 31, 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


319 


Co., Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Canton Engineering Com- 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


5,547 


pany, Canton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Canton Publishing Company, 


July 12, 


June 8, 


Mav 31, 


3,000 


- 


4,400 


300 


1.188 


Canton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Amusement Company, 


Sept. 6, 


July 26, 


June 1, 


90,000 


32,000 


4,500 


32500 


973 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Ann Anchor and Forge 


Nov. 5, 


Sept. 26, 


Aug. 31, 


150,000 


48,270 


57,314 


52,133 


140,744 


Company, Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Ann Building Company, 


Mch. 22, 


Dec. 17. 


Dec. 17, 


75,000 


9,194 


- 


- 


3 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Cape Ann Cold Storage Com- 


June 21, 


May 4, 


Apr. 30, 


25,000 


10,930 


5,423 


12,296 


- 


pany, Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Ann Granite Corpora- 


May 25, 


May 3, 


Dec. 31, 


60.000 


14,936 


" 35,387 


9,848 


52,856 


tion, Beverly. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 

2 None held in 1918. 

3 Subscription received on stock. 
* And equipment. 

5 Patent rights. 

8 Trade-marks. 

^ Stock in other companies. 

8 Treasury stock. 



9 E.xpenses prepaid, 
i" Office equipment. 

11 Stationery. 

12 Commission reserve. 

13 Equipment. 

" Prepaid insurance. 

i» Fixtures. 

16 Automobiles and supplies. 



" Insurance unexpired. 
18 Interest accrued. 
1' Reserves. 

20 And building improvements. 

21 Mining rights in Richmond Co., 

N. S., of doubtful value. 

22 Mortgages. 



1918.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 273 

of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


-Sjf 

-as 5 


3 
8 

1 

i 
is 


1 

ca 


3 


S 

3 

o 


O ■ 
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J. 

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a 

o » 


1 


J 

-a 

ml 
2 


3 


1 $3,000 


- 


$3,718 


$9,443 


$8,500 


$943 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$9,443 


5 299,500 
6 32,352 


7 821,478 

8 269,550 
9 17,479 

10 835 
11 2,170 


- 


21,736 
1,187,520 

36,587 
12,612 


7,000 

3 250 

500,000 

1,010 
3,400 


8,787 
103,368 

2,112 
6,366 


$245,099 


$2,600 


$3,099 

135,453 
8 203,600 

2,761 
12 30,704 


$2,846 


21,736 
1,187,520 

36,587 
12,612 


I 7,000 


- 


- 


37,347 


17,500 


2,144 


1,800 


- 


15,903 


- 


37,347 


- 


- 


1,000 


3,000 


3,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


1 2,500 
5 15,000 

1500 


13 1,600 

"90 

15 1,829 

w 2,943 

1' 207 

13 137 


- 


42,513 
116,596 

9,357 


15,000 
32,000 

5,000 


3,642 
24,816 

1,360 


2,950 


22,350 
43,670 


4,774 
19 4,138 


1,521 
7,198 

47 


42,513 
116,596 

9,357 


- 


- 


- 


18,060 


6,400 


4,158 


- 


5,335 


- 


2,167 


18,060 


- 


21 1,054,200 


44,641 


1,100,000 


1,100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,100,000 


- 


- 


25 


15,930 


9,130 


620 


22 5,850 


330 


- 


- 


15,930 


- 


- 


23 276,889 


380,423 


300,000 


16,423 


10,000 


54,000 


- 


- 


380,423 


. - 


- 


- 


5,267 


3,100 


- 


2,000 


- 


167 


- 


5,267 


- 


- 


600 


14,000 


10,000 


4,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14,000 


1 11,800 


25 125 


- 


38,245 


15,100 


2,482 


- 


19,747 


- 


916 


38,245 


1 5,924 


26 15,000 

27 917 

28 2,593 
so 2,900- 




55,873 
3,219 


25,000 
3,000 


8,716 

29 261 

100 




14,025 


7,871 


119 


55,873 
3,219 


- 


13 15,000 


- 


21,547 


5,000 


11,127 


2,006 


- 


- 


3,414 


21,547 


1 2,000 


- 


- 


7,888 


3,000 


1,175 


31 1,000 


900 


- 


1,813 


7 888 


33 30,000 


- 


- 


67,973 


50,000 


- 


- 


15,000 


- 


2,973 


67,973 




3^ 1,295 

36 50,000 

8 6,000 




355,756 
9,197 


139,000 

2,395 


75,722 
337 


5,226 




118,514 
36 22,520 


1,239 


355,756 
9,197 


- 


37 3,971 


91.525 


32,620 
204,552 


11,000 
60,000 


5,000 
22,797 


- 


121,755 


13,859 
38 2,761 


- 


32,620 
204,552 



23 And preliminary expense. 
^* Adjourned. 

25 Office furniture. 

26 License. 

2' Automobile. 
23 Prepaid items. 
29 Accrued items. 



30 Property, including pavilion, 

bowling alleys, etc., on leased 
land. 

31 Mortgage. 

32 Including personal property. 

33 Good will and lease. 
3* Prepaid expenses. 



35 Liberty Bonds. 

36 Reserve for new building and ma- 

chinery. 

37 Boats. 

38 Reserve for depreciation. 

39 And equipment furniture and 

fixtures. 



274 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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OS 

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_g 


a 

a 


P. 

03 

o 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






4^1 


J . 


TION. 




§ 


s 


-% 


i 
1 


& 


111"- 


^1 










11 


"3 


1 


anufa 
Mercl 
Mate: 
Stock 
ess. 


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art 




^ 


Q 


P 


^ 


tf 


S 


S 


o 


Cape Ann Isinglass Company, 


June 6, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


$1,000 








$1,000 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cape Ann Lumber Company, 


July 9, 


July 3, 


Feb. 28, 


13,000 


?4,060 


- 


$6,938 


14,164 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Ann Therapeuterion (In- 


June 5, 


Feb. 14, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


800 


_ 


_ 


250 


corporated), Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cape Ann Tool Company, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


21,516 


832,703 


34,829 


192,072 


Rockport. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cape Cod Company, The, 


June 24, 


June 4, 


Mch. 31, 


750,000 


219,200 


_ 


_ 


25,148 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Cod Cranberry Dis- 


May 13, 


May 2, 


Mch. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


100 


2,897 


tributors, Incorporated, 
Boston. 
Cape Cod Fish Freezing and 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












May 8, 


Apr. 16, 


Apr. 16, 


55,000 


46,374 


30,206 


7,624 


9,603 


Packing Company, The, 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Barnstable. 


















Cape Cod Publishing Com- 


Nov. 14, 


Aug. 21, 


July 21, 


10,000 


_ 


75 


125 


162 


pany, The, Wareham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Cod Specialty Co., 


Sept. 9, 


8 July 26, 


April 1, 


10,000 


2,200 


1,365 


4,025 


252 


Truro. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Cod Strawberry Growers 


Aug. 23, 


Aug. 5, 


Aug. 5, 


1,000 


_ 


- 


_ 


125 


Association, Incorporated, 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












of Falmouth, Mass., Fal- 


















mouth. 


















Cape Fish Company, Glouces- 


July 11, 


10 _ 


Dec. 31, 


2,000 


- 


_ 


12,000 


18,554 


ter. 


1918. 




1917. 












Cape Pond Ice Company, 


May 7, 


Apr. 18, 


Mch. 31, 


175,000 


15.5,366 


1,600 


11,430 


7,730 


Gloucester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cape Supply Company, Rock- 


Mch. 2, 


Feb. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


_ 


1,000 


2,489 


port. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Capeverdean Trading Co., 


Feb. 18, 


Oct. 4, 


Oct. 4, 


25,000 


-4,670 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Wareham. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Capewell Horse Nail Com- 


June 21, 


May 28, 


May 1, 


2,500 


_ 


- 


11,740 


10,457 


pany of Cahfornia, Spring- 
Capitol Company, The, Bos- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Feb. 27, 


Jan. 28, 


_ 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 














Capitol Motors Corporation, 


Mch. 1, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


250,000 


_ 


- 


839 


4,341 


Fall River. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carancho Company, The, 


Oct. 21, 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 




250 


586 


1,323 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carbokill Company, Stone- 


May 8, 


Apr. 4, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


_ 


- 


488 


803 


ham. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carbon-Oxygen Gas Engine 


May 2, 


Feb. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


- 


1,988 


- 


- 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carder Wood Working Com- 


May 8, 


Apr. 5, 


Apr. 1, 


5,000 


- 


1,582 


21,003 


10,529 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cardy Ice Cream Box Co., 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


5,000 


9,448 


13,450 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carew Manufacturing Com- 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


35,000 


84,000 


40,000 


245,614 


99,184 


pany, South Hadley. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 




2' 6,000 








Carl B. Brown Company, In- 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


28 45,022 


3,400 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carl E. Forsberg, Inc., Bos- 


Mch 8, 


Dec. 31, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


31 770 


925 


631 


ton. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Carl G. Westlund Co., 


Apr. 26, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


5,000 


20,668 


13,264 


3,427 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carl P. Peterson Company, 


Mch. 25, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,062 


3,104 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Horses and equipment. 

2 Patent rights. 
' Mortgage. 

< And reserve for taxes. 

^ Cranberry bogs and equipment. 

^ Good will. 



^ One share C. C. C. D. treasury 

stock. 
8 Adjourned. 
' Mailing lists, insurance, stamps 

' and sundry small items. 
10 None held in 1918. 



11 Equipment. 

12 Trucks and teams. 

13 Unexpired insurance. 
" Insurance reserve. 

15 Two auto trucks. 

16 Tools and scales. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



275 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 


a <s g 

ShcS 


i 

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1 
1 


1 


1 


$ 
CO 




-2 

< 


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a 


J. 

a 

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1 


1 

03 





- 


- 


- 


$1,000 


$1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$1,000 


- 


1 $1,306 


$1,385 


27,853 


13,000 


$12,954 


- 


$1,899 


- 


- 


27,853 


2S500 


- 


98,550 


100,100 


100,000 


- 


3 $100 


- 


- 


- 


100,100 


- 


- 


- 


281,120 


80,000 


8,532 


- 


- 


i $192,588 


- 


281,120 


- 


6 225,734 


- 


470,082 


219,700 


- 


161,000 


- 


- 


$89,382 


470,082 


6 500 


MO 


- 


3,507 


2,730 


- 


- 


- 


- 


777 


3,507 


- 


- 


- 


93,807 


55,000 


5,800 


8,900 


22,646 


- 


1,461 


93,807 


6^,000 


- 


468 


4,830 


4,630 


- 


- 


200 


- 


- 


4,830 


- 


9 500 


- 


8,342 


4,200 


466 


3,600 


- 


76 


- 


8,342 


6 100 


- 


128 


353 


310 


- 


- 


- 


43 


- 


353 


- 


11 2,817 


- 


33,371 


2,000 


30,241 


- 


- 


- 


1,130 


33,371 


- 


12 32,159 
13 1,287 
IS 1,335 

"385 


- 


209,572 
5,209 
4,670 


170,000 

4,838 
1,380 


4,072 


3 17,400 


10,000 


5,100 
" 3,000 


371 
3,290 


209,572 
5,209 
4,670 


- 


" 238 
18 1,275 


81,931 


105,641 


2,500 


103,141 


- 


- 


- 


- 


105,641 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 7.625 


"62 
20373 

21 117,000 
22 6,100 


2,221 


130,936 
9,784 


128.200 
23 705 

300 


2,031 








9,484 


130,936 
9,784 


- 


- 


10,512 


11,803 


10,000 


1,803 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,803 


2 499,930 


25 248,310 


80 


750,308 


500,000 


348 


- 


- 


26 249,960 


- 


750,308 


- 


- 


- 


33,114 


5,000 


10,087 


- 


- 


18,027 


- 


33,114 


- 


- 


- 


27,898 


14,000 


2,468 


- 


- 


- 


11,430 


27,898 


- 


- 


- 


474,798 


35.000 


10,549 


- 


60,000 


369,249 


- 


474,798 




- 


- 


48,422 


30,000 


23 15,571 


- 


- 


so 2,851 


- 


48,422 


- 


- 


- 


2,326 


1,000 


536 


- 


- 


790 


- 


2,326 


2 3,184 


- 


- 


45,543 


27.150 


13,774 


- 


- 


- 


4,619 


45,543 


- 


- 


- 


7,166 


5.000 


933 


- 


500 


~ 


733 


7,166 



1' Office furniture. 
13 Automobiles. 
» Tools. 

20 Fixtures, etc. 

21 Sample truck, 

etc. 



drawings, plans. 



22 Services, etc. 

23 Subscriptions received on stock at 

par value. 
2'' And formulae. 
23 Treasury stock. 
26 Working capital in suspense. 



2' Land and water power. 

28 And fixtures and liquor license. 

29 And surplus. 

30 Reserves. 

31 And fixtures. 



276 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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1 
1 


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O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






res, 
dise, 
, and 
Proc- 




TION. 




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CO 


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3 


a 


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ohan 
erial 
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Ms 

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Carlburt Company, Incorpo- 


Apr. 26, 


Apr. 9, 


Jan 1, 


$2,000 


_ 


_ 


?600 


$53 


rated, The, Rockland. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Carleton-Mace Engineering 


Mch. 8, 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 1, 


25,000 


- 


S4,685 


4,128 


17,677 


Corporation, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carletonwood Motor Mart, 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


3 $3,900 


- 


2,908 


1,510 


Inc., Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carlisle-Ayer Company, Bos- 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


56,383 


32,275 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carlos Ruggles Lumber Co., 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 19, 


Deo. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


209,452 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Carlow Automobile Company, 


Apr. 5, 


Mch. 4, 


Mch. 4, 


9,000 


16,000 


300 


8,348 


21,607 


Taunton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carlton Engraving Company, 


Mch. 13, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


5 4,082 


700 


7,299 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carmine Zamarro Co., 


May 4, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


1,000 


2,500 


- 


3,178 


137,076 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carolina Company, The, Bos- 


Apr. 24, 


7 _ 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


8,919 


14,137 


ton. 


1918. 




1917. 












Carolina Gas & Electric Com- 


Apr. 5, 


Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


1,325,000 


- 


- 


- 


50,174 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Caro's Waist House, Inc., 


Mch. 11, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


2,431 


11,913 


3,000 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carpenter-Morton Company, 


Apr. 12, 


Dec. 29, 


Nov. 30, 


100,000 


43,977 


14,158 


371,470 


150,379 


Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Can- Mines Company, The, 


Aug. 14, 


Feb. 24, 


Dec. 31, 


140,000 


80,000 


10,000 


- 


77 


Waltham. 


1918. 


1916. 


1917. 


• 










Carrig-Rohane Shop, Incor- 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,259 


2,474 


porated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carrigan and Hill Company, 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


40,000 


- 


74 


46,334 


59,342 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carrigan Supply Company, 


Feb. 11, 


" Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


1,288 


4,596 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carroll Hixon Jones Com- 


Dec. 3, 


"Oct. 15, 


Sept. 30, 


25,000 


- 


13,207 


129,527 


75,529 


pany, Milford (for 1917). 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Carroll Hixon Jones Com- 


Nov. 29, 


"Oct. 29, 


Sept. 30, 


25,000 


- 


13,207 


112,588 


85,627 


pany, Milford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carroll-Jellerson Shoe Co., 


Sept. 19, 


July 9, 


June 30, 


110,000 


- 


19 26,132 


265,631 


199,165 


Haverhill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carroll-Lewis Antique Com- 


Jan. 28, 


Oct. 11, 


Oct. 11, 


2,000 


- 


- 


3,500 


150 


pany, Barnstable. 


1918 


1917. 


1917. 












Carroll Lumber Company, 


July 2, 


May 31, 


May 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


15,642 


Arlington. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carso Paper Company, Bos- 


Apr. 17, 


Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


30,684 


68,371 


16,050 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carstein Coal Company, 


May 7, 


Apr. 1, 


Apr. 1, 


40,000 


19,200 


5,000 


16,337 


91,840 


Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Carter & Sherburne Company, 


Apr. 25, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


6,700 


1,287 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carter, Carter & Meigs Com- 


Feb. 21, 


"Dec. 15, 


Sept. 30, 


250,000 


- 


29,045 


262,520 


302,522 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Carter Co., The, HaverhiU, . 


Jan. 28, 
1918. 


"Jan. 23, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 

1917. 


10,000 


- 


- 


21,332 


1,949 


Carter Hide Company, In- 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


25,845 


18,098 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Carter, Rice & Co., Corpora- 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


300,000 


227,165 


16,613 


566,399 


560,901 


tion, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Fktures. 

2 Due on lease on soda fountain. 

3 Construction account. 
* And reserve. 

5 And tools, apparatus, etc. 



^ Stocks and bonds. 
7 None held in 1918. 
5 Plant account. 
9 Materials and supplies. 
1" Prepaid accounts. 



11 Customers' deposits. 

12 Accrued accounts. 

13 Sundry habilities. 
" Reserve accounts. 
15 Good will. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



277 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




3 
S 

1 


1 

■a 

2 


"3 
1 


3 

"3 

i 


Pi 

"O at 

< 


J. 

1 
■a 1 


i 

•a 

a 

ll 


1 

CO 


J 

1 

<s 

2 
PM 


1 


- 


1 $1,650 


- 


$2,303 


$500 


$1,403 
^300 


- 


- 


- 


$100 


$2,303 


- 


- 


- 


26,490 


15,000 


2,688 


- 


$8,802 


- 


- 


26,490 


- 


- 


$311 


8,629 


5,000 


3,629 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,629 


- 


- 


- 


88,658 


75,000 


11,408 


- 


- 


- 


2,250 


88,658 


- 


- 


- 


209,452 


60,000 


89,167 


- 


- 


- 


60,285 


209,452 


- 


- 


- 


46,255 


9,000 


6,756 


- 


.- 


i $30,499 


- 


46,255 


- 


- 


- 


12,081 


5,000 


2,004 


- 


2,500 


- 


2,577 


12,081 


- 


6 9,930 


- 


152,684 


1,000 


150,823 


- 


- 


861 


- 


152,684 


- 


- 


145,744 


168,800 


60,800 


108,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


168,800 




8 

3 2,086,285 

9 42,192 

ID 2,954 


779 


2,181,613 
18,123 


1,325,000 
10,000 


18,197 

11 2,186 

12 792 

13 10,683 

1,873 


$632,500 


188,313 
6,250 


765 
" 3,177 




2,181,613 
18,123 


15 $24,538 


2,874 


- 


582,858 
114,615 


100,000 
113,115 


75,378 
1,500 


_ 


232,103 


175,377 


with 
surplus 


582,858 
114,615 


- 


1291 


- 


6,024 


4,000 


54 


- 


- 


- 


1,970 


6,024 


" 15,000 


18 300 


- 


121,050 


40,000 


70,050 


- 


10,500 


500 


- 


121,050 


16 2,600 


- 


~ 


8,484 


5,900 


1,233 


- 


1,050 


- 


301 


8,484 


- 


- 


- 


218,263 


25,000 


10,240 


- 


180,000 


3,023 


- 


218,263 


- 


- 


- 


211,422 


25,000 


29,579 


- 


153,000 


3,843 


- 


211,422 


: 


16 1,208 
2» 4,435 


: 


496,571 
3,650 


110,000 
2,000 


180,320 
500 


~ 


196,000 


4,918 
21 5,333 


1,150 


496,571 
3,650 


- 


- 




15,642 


5,000 


9,999 


- 


- 


643 


- 


15,642 


- 


- 


28,197 


143,302 


60,000 


6,302 


- 


77,000 


- 


- 


143,302 


- 


- 


- 


132,377 


40,000 


25,364 


10,000 


30,000 


- 


27,013 


132,377 


- 


- 


4,265 


12,252 


10,000 


2,252 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,252 


25 2,000 


22 1,650 

23 5,000 

24 5^000 




605,737 
25,281 


250,000 
10,000 


80,879 
9,149 




178,000 
4,000 


96,858 


•2,132 


605,737 
25,281 


- 


26 2,004 


6,774 


52,721 


5,000 


37,721 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


52,721 




60,269 
16 102,600 
2' 16,685 




1,550,632 


300,000 


28 406,138 


29 130,000 


156,500 


557,994 




1,550,632 



16 Liberty Bonds. 
1' Adjourned. 

18 In lieu of annual. 

19 And equipment. 
21) Deferred debits. 



21 Reserves. 

22 Prepaid expense. 

23 Treasury stock. 
2* Liquor license. 

25 Good will and fixtures. 



26 Furniture and fixtures. 
2' Prepaid insurance, etc. 

28 Including reserve for Federal in- 

come and excess profits taxes. 

29 Mortgage. 



278 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPORA- 
TION. 



Carter, Russell and Company, 
Incorporated, Haverhill. 

Gaiter's Ink Company, The, 
Cambridge. 

Carton Belting Company, 
Boston. 

Carver Cotton Gin Company, 
East Bridgewater. 

Carver Cranberry Company, 
Middleborough. 

Carver Hill Farms, Incorpo- 
rated, Natick. 

Gary Company, The, Boston, 

Case Company of Massachu- 
setts, Boston. 

Casey and Bacon Company, 
Pittsfield. 

Casey, Bigley Company, The, 
Boston. 

Casey Florist Company, The, 
Melrose. 

Cashman Brothers Company, 
Newburyport. 

Casino Company, The, 
Worcester. 

Gasper Ranger Construction 
Company, Holyoke. 

Gasper Ranger Limiber Com- 
pany, Holyoke. 

Cass and Daley Shoe Com- 
pany, The, Salem. 

Gassius Hunt Company, Bos- 
ton. 

Castle Amusement Company, 
Boston. 

Castle Cigar Co., The, Haver- 
hill. 

Castle Furniture Company, 
Boston. 

Catalogue Equipment and 
Supply Company, The, 
Boston. 

Catherine Creek Lumber 
Company, Boston. 

Gaton Stain & Blacking Com- 
pany, Lynn. 

Cattaraugus Tanning Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Cattle Fair Hotel, Boston, . 

Caustic-Claflin Company, 
Cambridge. 

Cave Welding and Manufac- 
turing Company, Spring- 
field. 

Caverly Automobile Com- 
pany, Somerville. 

Caverly-Plumer Co., Lynn, . 



Aug. 14, 


iMay 14, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 3, 


Mch. 4, 


1918. 


1918. 


Feb. 8, 


Nov. 14, 


1918. 


1917. 


May 2, 


Feb. 5, 


1918. 


1918. 


July 26, 


Apr. 18, 


1918. 


1917. 


Apr. 4, 


Feb. 4, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 30, 


13 _ 


1918. 




Apr. 27, 


Mch. 26, 


1918. 


1918. 


Mch. 20, 


Feb. 2, 


1918. 


1918. 


Mch. 8, 


Feb. 6, 


1918. 


1918. 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 20, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 11, 


Jan. 11, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 2, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 9, 


Apr. 17, 


1918. 


1918. 


June 13, 


Apr. 15, 


1918. 


1918. 


Nov. 15, 


21 July 9, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 3, 


Feb. 25, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 6, 


Feb. 4, 


1918. 


1918. 


June 26, 


Mch. 4, 


1918. 


1918. 


Aug. 3, 


Feb. 1, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 16, 


1918. 


1918. 


Sept. 13, 


26 Aug. 26, 


1918. 


1918. 


Oct. 5, 


Sept. 9, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 27, 


29 Mch. 30, 


1918. 


1918. 


May 1, 


Mch. 26, 


1918. 


1918. 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 12, 


1918. 


1917. 


Apr. 12, 


Jan. 19, 


1918. 


1918. 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 1, 


1918. 


1918. 


July 1, 


Apr. 3, 


1918. 


1918. 



Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Sept. 30, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 30, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Jan. 1, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Mch. 31, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 
May 31, 

1918. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Dec. 31, 

1917. 
Feb. 1, 

1918. 
Apr. 16, 

1918. 

May 1, 
1918. 

Sept. 9, 
1918. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Mch. 26, 
1918. 

Dec. 1, 
1917. 

Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Mch. 1, 

1918. 
Apr. 1, 

1918. 



S10,000 

650,000 

90,000 

600,000 

250,000 

30,000 

10,000 

1,000 

25,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,000 

7,000 

75,000 

50,000 

575,000 

3,000 

3,000 

5,000 

50,000 

10,000 

200,000 

10,000 

1,000,000 

27,650 
12,500 
50,000 

5,000 
5,000 



Assets. 







.-a • 




rt 


^ 


etures, 
landise 
rial, an 
in Proc 






1 


anufa 
Merc 
Mate 
Stock 
ess. 


1« 


« 


s 


§ 





- 


- 


_ 


$243,943 


S79,333 


?595,130 


23,249 


10,162 


161,252 


113,869 


110,542 


452,717 


241,890 


10 5,280 


- 


- 


4,400 


13,768 


12,000 


_ 


12,091 


- 


- 


9,804 


14,950 


800 


2,200 


- 


1,110 


17,054 


40,000 


- 


478 


- 


16 18,000 


11,622 


- 


7,000 


141,421 


183,652 


218,025 


666,360 


- 


- 


50 


- 


100 


860 


- 


- 


16,052 


- 


200 


75 


199,300 


- 


- 


- 


100 


1,245 


363,793 


- 


635,983 


_ 


12,403 


3,928 


- 


14,825 


4,346 


- 


2,410 


2,262 


- 


600 


2,565 



1 Adjourned. 

2 Teams. 

5 Furniture and fixtures. 

* Trade-marks andfgood will. 
5 Reserves. 

* Investment. 



' Reserve for taxes. 

s Patent rights. 

9 Liberty Bonds. 
i» And tools. 
11 Claim against railroad. 



12 Cash short. 

1' None held since organization. 

11 Treasury stock. 

16 Government Bonds. 

16 And tools and equipment. 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continued. 



279 



Assets - 


-Con. 


Liabilities. 


ill 

Pi 


S 
i 


T3 

a 







k 

H 

< 


J. 

"gi 


"2 

-a 
a 

a CD 

'S a 

§"2 


f 


-a 

J 
o 
P-. 


3 
^ 


n\ 


2 $15,000 
3 500 


- 


$34,038 
1,314,181 


$10,000 
440,000 


$9,251 
133,403 


$40,000 


$11,500 
75,000 


$3,287 

266,890 
5 304,567 
110,000 
' 5,823 
529,020 


$54,321 


$34,038 
1,314,181 


8 100 


S680 

6 3,400 

9 140,000 


- 


338,504 
1,486,899 


90,000 
600,000 


3,424 
13,348 


: 


_ 


129,257 
344,631 


338,504 
1,486,899 


- 


11 5,612 


$5,731 


258,513 


250,000 


12 13 


- 


8,500 


- 


- 


258,513 


- 


- 


40,051 


66,973 


30,000 


8,962 


- 


28,011 


- 


- 


66,973 


- 


" 2,400 


574 


4,400 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,400 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


36,101 


25,000 


922 


7,000 


- 


- 


3,179 


36,101 


- 


15 5,000 


- 


34,457 


10,000 


5,766 


- 


4,500 


14,191 


- 


34,457 


- 


- 


- 


20,050 


10,000 


2,600 


- 


3,700 


3,750 


- 


20,050 


- 


- 


- 


161,822 


5,000 


66,259 


- 


86,302 


3,548 


713 


161,822 


- 


- 


- 


41,524 


7,000 


- 


- 


22,500 


- 


12,024 


41,524 


- 


9 5,951 
17 6,064 
19 2,500 


- 


298,580 
205,420 


75,000 
50,000 


91,612 
48,067 


- 


47,556 


75,000 
18 25,000 

45,000 
20 5,000 
539,603 
5 28,760 


31,968 
9,797 


298,580 
205,420 


- 


9 10,000 

22 13,332 

1' 3,500 


- 


1,718,250 
3,534 


535,000 
3,000 


108,887 


~ 


506,000 


534 


1,718,250 
3,534 


- 


23 887 


19,975 


21,000 


3,000 


2,500 


- 


15,500 


- 


- 


21,000 


24 500 

25 500 


- 


646 


2,806 
33,000 


1,250 
6,000 


681 
24,509 


_ 


875 


2,491 


: 


2,806 
33,000 


25 6,500 


9 1,000 


2,155 


11,303 


8,700 


603 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


11,303 


- 


- 


- 


200,000 


200,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


200,000 


28 4,000 
25 2,900 


- 


- 


11,523 


10,000 


1,080 


- 


- 


- 


443 


11,523 


9 10,279 
so 6,200 
81 1,630 


22,474 


1,639,089 
27,650 


755,000 
27,650 


17,036 




857,100 


5 9,953 




1,639,089 
27,650 


- 


- 


- 


23,990 


12,500 


738 


- 


- 


10,752 


- 


23,990 


- 


- 


- 


32,162 


22,500 


5,119 


- 


4,400 


143 


- 


32,162 


- 


- 


855 


7,638 


3,000 


4,638 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,638 


24 1,000 

25 2,500 


"200 


- 


11,609 


5,000 


3,115 


- 


2,888 


~ 


606 


11,609 


1' Securities. 




22 ] 


'repaid expt 


nses. 




2' Account 


of stock. 




18 Reserve on accoun 


t of receivables. 


23 


deposit on 1 


1ms. 




28 Trade-m 


arks and f 


jnnulae. 


13 Horses, wagons an 


d motor trucks. 


24 


Trade-mark 


. 




29 Special i 


neeting. 




20 Reserve for deprec 


iation. 


25 ( 


jood will. 






80 Investm 


ents. 




21 Shoulc 


have been 


held. 




26 


n lieu of an 


nual. 




81 Unaccru 


ed expense 





280 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 

eg 




a 
1 


a. 
O 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 








ll 


TION. 




1 
'3 


5 

s 


.§3 


S 
S 

■^ 


a 


anufactu 
Merchan 
Material 
Stock in 
ess. 




^ 


Q 


Q 


< 


tf 


§ 


S 


o 


Cedarholm Farm, Inc., Bos- 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 1, 


$25,000 


$25,000 


$300 


$200 


_ 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Celero Drug Company, The, 


Jan. 7, 


■ Sept. 14, 


Sept. 12, 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


$300 


Boston. 


1918. 


1908. 


1917. 












Celero Drug Company, The, 


Oct. 28, 


Sept. 14, 


Sept. 12, 


40,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


300 


Boston (2d return). 


1918. 


1908. 


1918. 












Cellset Brush Company, The, 


May 23, 


Apr. 18, 


Jan. 1, 


100,000 


_ 


300 


_ 


10 


Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Cement Specialty Manufac- 


June 19, 


3 Mch. 27, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


turing Company, The, Bos- 
ton. 
Cementum Cloth Company, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Mch. 19, 


Mch. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


« 5,000 


1,000 


- 


2,000 


Watertown. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Amusement Com- 


Feb. 15, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


70,000 


- 


- 


252 


pany, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Amusement Operat- 


Feb. 26, 


Dec. 11, 


Dec. 11, 


2,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


229 


ing Company, Lynn. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Central Autogenous Welding 


Mch. 22, 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 1, 


20,000 


- 


3,391 


671 


5,546 


and Manufacturing Com- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












pany, Worcester. 


















Central Automobile Tire 


July 12, 


7 _ 


Dec. 31, 


26,000 


- 


- 


163,906 


29,659 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Central Block, Pittsfield, 


Jan. 23, 
1918. 


Dec. 17, 
1917. 


Dec. 17, 
1917. 


39,000 


122,630 


■ - 


- 


54 


Central Bowling and Cigar 


Sept. 30, 


Sept. 16, 


Aug. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


1,108 


1,663 


Company, Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Central Building Company, 


July 9, 


" July 5, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


1,980 


4,532 


146,855 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Cape Cod Cranberry 


May 9, 


18 _ 


Dec. 31, 


, 50,000 


16,900 


- 


- 


250 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Central Cone Company, Chel- 


Feb. 1, 


" Nov. 1, 


Oct. 5, 


10,000 


- 


887 


175 


2,758 


sea. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Central Construction Com- 


May 9, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


6,900 


33,000 


5,000 


12,250 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Laundry Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 3, 


20,000 


- 


12,000 


185 


297 


Somerville. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Light & Power Com- 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


- 


- 


- 


308,065 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Lumber and Supply 


Mch. 13, 


Feb. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


17,409 


1,350 


61,496 


15,521 


Company, New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Maine Potato Com- 


Jan. 2, 


Sept. 15, 


Aug. 31, 


10,000 


12,505 


2,333 


- 


369 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Central Mills Company, 


Apr. 24, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


100,000 


100,000 


161,266 


27,351 


Southbridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Motors Company, 


Jan. 25, 


Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


16,368 


9,885 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Oil & Gas Stove Co., 


Apr. 9, 


Feb. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


750,000 


- 


- 


210,017 


311,481 


Gardner. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Paper Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 




683 


11,922 


4,150 


Salem. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Pharmacy, Inc., 


July 3, 


Mch. 1, 


Jan. 31, 


2,500 


- 


- 


2,729 


300 


Peabody. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













'■ Trade-marks and good will. 

2 Patent rights. 

s Corporation has done no business 

during 1917. 
* Equity. 



6 Good will, etc., including for- 
mula, devices and processes 
for cementing cloth. 

6 Good will. 

' None held since organization. 

8 Investment. 



9 Insurance prepaid. 

10 Furniture and fixtures. 

11 Automobiles. 

12 Office supphes on hand. 

13 Unrecorded C. 0. D.'s. 
1^ Adjustments receivable. 



1918. 



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281 



of Corporations — • Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 




Liabilities. 


SPgra 
ill 


1 


c 

03 

1 
Ah 


1 


J 

CO 

3 


k 

a ^ 

< 


J. 

■a 
a 

P 


J. 


J 

"q. 


^3 
§ 

2 


"3 


- 


- 


- 


$25,500 


$25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$500 


$25,500 


1 $40,109 
> 40,109 
!! 62,500 


- 


with 
trade- 
marks 

with 
trade- 
marks 

$3,308 


40,409 
40,409 
66,118 


40,000 
40,000 
65,610 


$409 
409 
508 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40,409 
40,409 
66,118 


- 


- 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,000 


6 42,000 


- 


- 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50,000 


- 


- 


263 


70,515 


15,200 


315 


$35,000 


$20,000 


- 


- 


70,515 


- 


- 


- 


2,229 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


229 


2,229 


6 339 


- 


- 


9,947 


5,250 


200 


- 


- 


81,796 


2,701 


9,947 




8 $1,250 
9 1,348 

10 2,025 

11 2,427 
12 175 




200,790 
122,684 


26,000 
39,000 


37,016 
13 157 




31,000 


105,011 
"179 

65,000 


15 1,286 
18,684 


200,790 
122,684 


- 


16 4,586 


643 


8,000 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


153,367 


30,000 


37,784 


- 


60,129 


- 


25,454 


153,367 


- 


- 


2,750 


19,900 


16,900 


- 


2,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


19,900 


- 


i°63 


- 


3,883 


1,600 


1,924 


- 


- 


359 


- 


3,883 


- 


- 


- 


57,150 


10,000 


43,100 


- 


- 


- 


4,050 


57,150 


- 


19 2,550 


5,708 


20,740 


12,000 


2,704 


3,250 


2,786 


- 


- 


20,740 


- 


26 1,474 
211.235,725 


_ 


1,545,264 
95,776 


1,526,500 
33,500 


11,362 

2,578 


12,325 


41,251 


7,402 
1,443 


4,679 


1,545,264 
95,776 


_ 


22 20,000 
2« 5,910 


_ 


35,207 
394,527 


5,000 
23 5,000 
150,000 


17,488 
25 19,948 


- 


7,500 
59,700 


164,879 


219 


35,207 
394,527 


- 


- 


- 


26,253 


5,000 


- 


15,000 


5,000 


- 


1,253 


26,253 


26 15,000 


8,324 
2' 178,233 

28 37,166 
21 19,270 

29 11,392 




790,883 
16,755 


466,500 
5,000 


43,227 
2,277 




150,000 
7,000 


96,063 
36 35,093 

2,478 




790,883 
16,755 


- 


- 


- 


3,029 


2,500 


200 


- 


- 


- 


329 


3,029 



15 Loss on bad accounts, and un- 

coUectable accounts and col- 
lections. 

16 Fixtures. 
1' Adjourned. 

18 None held for two years. 



19 Trucks, horses and teams. 

20 Organization. 

21 Investments. 

22 Growing crops. 

23 Subscription received on stock. 

24 Liberty Bonds. 



25 Including Federal taxes for 1917. 

26 Patent rights and good will. 

27 Plant, less depreciation. 

28 Construction in progress. 

29 Prepaid merchandise and expense. 

30 Reserves. 



282 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 









Abstract of Cektificates 


OF Condition 






.g 


a 


C3 
P. 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






;s, 
ise, 
and 
roc- 


1 . 


TION. 


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a 
ra 


T3 


1 


& 


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band 
rial, 
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o 


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ock 
I. 


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Central Power and Light 


June 21, 


May 17, 


I June 30, 


$1,000,000 


$103,000 


2 $974,767 


$26,307 


$56,987 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Realty Company, 


Apr. 5, 


Mch. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


130,400 


_ 




1,588 


Pittsfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Square Hardware 


May 7, 


Apr. 29, 


Jan. 31, 


7,000 


- 


_ 


13,573 


6,743 


Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Central Square Theatre Co., 


Feb. 13, 


Jan. 14, 


Dec. 29, 


70,000 


102,200 


_ 


_ 


767 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Square Wharf Com- 


Apr. 15, 


Mch. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


60,000 


64,480 


- 


- 


_ 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Central Storage Warehouse, 


Aug. 1, 


July 30, 


May 1, 


25,000 


79,078 


- 


32 


20,122 


Inc., Springfield. 


1918. 


1918; 


1918. 












Central Supply Company, 


May 15, 


Apr. 20, 


Jan. 31, 


75,000 


90,329 


1,800 


159,063 


159,131 


Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Central Wharf and Wet Dock 


June 3, 


May 13, 


Apr. 30, 


600,000 


1,867,029 


- 


- 


30,066 


Corporation, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Centreville Wine Company, 


Mch. 8, 


16 Jan. 30, 


Dec 31, 


5,000 


_ 


- 


5,000 


_ 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cestus Food Products Co., 


Apr. 24, 


16 Mch. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


3,086 


- 


473 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chace Export Company, Bos- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 2, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


52,154 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chac6 Mills, Fall River, 


Oct. 28, 
1918. 


Oct. 24, 
1918. 


Sept. 28, 
1918. 


1,200,000 


1,182,375 


with R. E. 


274,928 


635,081 


Chadbourne-Walker Machine 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 1, 


4,000 


_ 


11,114 


944 


3,190 


Screw Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chadwick & Carr Company, 


Apr. 27, 


w Mch. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


1,545 


22,207 


19,192 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chadwick-Boston Lead Com- 


Mch. 20, 


Jan. 25, 


Dec. 31, 


800,000 


268,720 


65,090 


217,719 


461,259 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chadwick Realty Company, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 13, 


Dec. 31, 


18,000 


17,801 


- 


- 


258 


The, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chaffee Brothers Company, 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 7, 


Oct. 31, 


90,000 


23,671 


15,868 


168,611 


130,154 


Oxford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chain Leather Co., Peabody, 


May 20, 
1918. 


Feb. 4, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


5,000 


- 


24,583 


13,585 


19,152 


Chalmers Motor Company of 


Mch. 26, 


Nov. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


2,015 


191,878 


61,601 


New England, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Chamberlain and Burnham, 


Sept. 24, 


Apr. 30, 


Apr. 30, 


1,000 


- 


- 


250 


552 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1916. 


1918. 












Chamberlain and Company, 


Jan. 15, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 28, 


200,000 


- 


31 84,416 


284,931 


806,414 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chamberlain-Huntress Com- 


Mch. 16, 


Feb. 25, 


Feb. 4, 


25,000 


_ 


_ 


58,954 


12,618 


pany, Fitchburg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chamberlin and Wheeler, In- 


Dec. 26, 


Nov. 16, 


Oct. 31, 


6,500 


- 


- 


- 


31 


' corporated, Brookline. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Chambers Investment Com- 


Aug. 20, 


Apr. 29, 


Apr. 29, 


- 10,000 


- 


- 


- 


10,412 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chambers-Swift Company, 


Mch. 19, 


Jan. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


738 


1,961 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Champion Metal Weather 


Feb. 2, 


"Dec. 29, 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


- 


2,645 


3,247 


2,353 


Strip and Parting Bead 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Company, Boston. 


















Champlain Valley Lkne Co., 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


31,884 


1,431 


- 


- 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 This is a consolidated statement of 

the assets and habilities of the 
company and subsidiaries. 

2 And equipment. 

' Deferred charges to operations. 
^ Financing e.xpense. 
5 Going value. 



6 Reserve for depreciation. 
^ Equipment. 

8 Furniture and fixtures. 

9 Good will. 
1" Sundries. 

11 Reserve for improvements. 

12 Team and autos. 



IS Loans. 

" Prepaid insurance. 

15 Investments at cost. 

16 Adjourned. 

" Trade-marks. 
18 Store fixtures. 
13 Automobile. 



1918. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



283 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assets - 


-Con. 


Liabilities. 




1 

a 

1 
1 




1 


3 
^ 


3 
o 




J. 
-a 


■a 

a 


1 


J 

-0 

i 



i 


- 


3 $3,508 
* 145,460 
6 145,460 


- 


$1,455,489 
131,988 


$615,000 
75,000 


$48,127 


$649,600 
56,000 


$24,329 


$43,512 
6 74,921 


$988 


$1,455,489 
131,988 


- 


7 744 


- 


21,060 


7,000 


11,706 


- 


- 


- 


2,354 


21,060 


- 


8 6,720 


S10,613 


120,300 


20,000 


- 


- 


100,300 


- 


- 


120,300 


- 


- 


- 


64,480 


60,000 


- 


4,480 


• - 


- 


- 


64,480 


9 $7,001 


12 10,850 


557 


106,790 
421,173 


25,000 
45,000 


2,687 
1° 1,467 

92,800 


42,000 
53,857 


24,535 
13 110,000 


2,199 
115,502 
6 3,400 


119,516 


106,790 
421,173 


: 


i« 7,026 
15 526,757 


~ 


2,430,878 
5,000 


600,000 
5,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,830,878 


~ 


2,430,878 
5,000 


17 40,000 
9 3,300 


18 720 

19 519 


7,879 


55,977 
52,154 


50,000 
20,000 


5,977 
32,139 


- 


_ 


_ 


15 


55,977 
52,154 


- 


29 263,479 


- 


2,355,863 


1,200,000 


176.309 


- 


- 


21 155,694 


823,860 


2,355,863 


- 


- 


- 


15,248 


4,000 


4,003 


- 


1,411 


- 


5,834 


15,248 


- 


- 


- 


42,944 


14,000 


2,195 


- 


3,000 


20,957 


2,792 


42,944 


22 340,000 


- 


- 


1,352,788 


800,000 


391,788 


161,000 


- 


- 


- 


1,352,788 


- 


- 


- 


18,059 


18,000 


25 


- 


- 


- 


34 


18,059 


9 2,000 


23 114,670 

24 4,668 

25 4,197 
27 306 

8 4,791 
29 3,235 


16,890 


461,839 

57,626 

280,410 

2,802 


90,000 

5,000 

25,000 

1,000 


93,742 

11,315 

28 4,000 

244,136 

30 11,274 

730 


- 


118,250 

26 534 

15,000 


159,313 
22,311 


1,072 


461,839 

57,626 

280,410 

2,802 


9 48,400 


27 11,022 

'2 1,478 

33 98,375 

35 700 




1,335,036 
72,272 


200,000 
25,000 


84,242 
3,685 




800,000 
26,163 


8« 41,487 


209,307 
17,424 


1,335,036 
72,272 


9 5,700 


36 230 
8 731 


329 


7,021 
10,412 


6,500 
10,000 


202 
50 


- 


319 


~ 


362 


7,021 
10,412 


9 2,000 


- 


3,271 


7,970 


5,000 


2,070 


- 


900 


- 


- 


7,970 


s' 5,000 


- 


1,917 


15,162 


9,400 


5,762 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,162 


9 5,000 


- 


11,569 


49,884 


19,375 


2,271 


20,000 


8,238 


- 


- 


49,884 



2° Obligations of U. S. government. 

21 Depreciation. 

22 Trade-marks and good will. 

23 Standing timber. 
2* Investments. 

25 Prepaid deferred items. 
*• Deferred items. 



27 Prepaid items. 
* Due to stockholders. 
29 Advanced expenses. 
39 Deposits. 

31 And furniture, fixtures and im- 
provements. 



32 Auto. 

33 Securities. 

34 Reserves. 

35 Fixtures. 

33 Ford automobile. 
37 Patent rights. 



284 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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Assets. 






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TION. 


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1 

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3 


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


1- 




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Q 


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s 


S 


o 


Chandler & Barber Company, 


Apr. 10, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 31, 


S75,000 


_ 


_ 


$73,498 


$40,750 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chandler & Co., Incorporated, 


May 27, 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 31, 


506,000 


- 


_ 


319,430 ' 


754,897 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chandler and Farquhar Com- 


May 2, 


4 Apr. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


- 


- 


419,841 


214,553 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chandler Bog Company, Car- 


July 9, 


May 10, 


Apr. 30, 


20,000 


$20,000 


$300 


_ 


143 


ver. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chandler Machine Company, 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 6, 


Feb. 1, 


75,000 


1,500 


3,413 


7,772 


4,315 


Ayer. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chandler Motors of New Eng- 


Aug. 7, 


July 15, 


May 31, 


30,000 


- 


3,791 


87,897 


47,464 


land, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chandler Motors of Spring- 


May 17, 


Feb. 11, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


146 


22,898 


60,285 


field, Inc., Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chandler School for Women, 


Sept. 10, 


9 _ 


Apr. 29, 


65,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


490 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 




1918. 












Chandler, Wilbor and Com- 


Mch. 28, 


Feb. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


_ 


- 


_ 


65,926 


pany Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chandler's Corset Store, Inc., 


Aug. 20, 


Aug. 12, 


June 30, 


25,000 


_ 


" 13,759 


15,532 


18,712 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chapel Mills Manufacturing 


Dec. 11, 


Sept. 8, 


Aug. 4, 


300,000 


270,713 


with R. E. 


145,572 


93,793 


Company, Leicester. 


1917. 


1917. 


1917. 












Chapin & Gould Paper Co., 


Mv 16, 


Apr. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


200,000 


148,070 


89,937 


48,484 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chapman & Brooks Co., 


Oct. 25, 


Aug. 27, 


June 30, 


40,000 


8,466 


19 8,466 


123,272 


63,153 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chapman & Soden Inc., Bos- 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


16,000 


- 


200 


20,706 


42,994 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chapman Manufacturing 


Apr. 15, 


Feb. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


500,000 


27,049 


85,211 


15,274 


3,932 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chapman Valve Manufactur- 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 6, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000,000 


394,197 


737,706 


625,933 


445,882 


ing Company, The, Spring- 
field. 
Chappaquiddick Improve- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Oct. 4, 


July 13, 


June 30, 


15,000 


11,820 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ment Company, Edgar- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












town. 


















Charles A. Baldwin Company, 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 17, 


Jan. 1, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


27,151 


31,465 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles A. Bohn Company, 


Mch. 13, 


Uan. 30, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


_ 


_ 


4,965 


23,912 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles A. Eaton Company, 


Oct. 21, 


June 24, 


Dec. 31, 


250,000 


54,879 


withR.E. 


625,617 


761,387 


Brockton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles A. Esty Paper Com- 


Mch. 6, 


Feb. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


S3 1,773 


25,817 


28,674 


pany, Worcester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chas. A. G. Winther Co., Bos- 


Aug. 15, 


Aug. 8, 


Aug. 1, 


10,000 






1,417 


3,881 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chas. A. Hartwell, Inc., Bos- 


May 28, 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 1, 


150,000 


- 


- 


152,878 


513,644 


ton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles B. Perkins Company, 


May 2, 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 31, 


300,000 


- 


- 


133,042 


160,949 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 Good will. 

2 Equipment. 
5 Leasehold. 

* Adjourned. 

5 Investments. 

8 C. S. Farquhar, Treasurer, Trustee. 

' Patent rights. 



8 Stock in other companies. 
' None held since organization. 
1" Furniture and fixtures. 

11 Furniture, fixtures, etc. 

12 Seciirity liability. 

13 Reserves. 

1^ And fixtures. 



15 Patterns. 

16 Unexpired insurance. 
1' Liberty Bonds. 

13 Treasury stock. 
1' And fixtures and teams. 
2" Horses, wagons, etc. 
21 Office furniture. 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LlABILITIEB. 


111 


i 

8 
1 

i 


J 
1 

1 


^ 
^ 


M 

2 
S 

i 


-2 

< 


J. 

"2 
a 

-a g 


1 

a 


f 


►3 
1 




- 


- 


- 


$114,248 


$75,000 


$1,236 


- 


$6,500 


- 


$31,512 


$114,248 


1 $606,000 


2 $119,038 
3 85,000 
2 18,245 
6 4,542 
« 28,200 


- 


1,884,365 
685,381 


406,000 
144,500 


652,616 
155,620 


$50,000 


25,000 


$655,377 
360,261 


120,372 


1,884,365 
685,381 


- 


$2,390 


22,833 


20,000 


2,833 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22,833 


'550 


- 


62,267 


79,817 


75,000 


2,567 


- 


2,250 


- 


- 


79,817 


- 


8 11,000 


- 


150,152 


30,000 


41,653 


- 


54,595 


23,904 


- 


150,152 


- 


2 2,256 


- 


85,585 


1,000 


65,520 


- 


10,067 


8,998 


- 


85,585 


1 38,441 


i» 2,414 


1,133 


42,478 


41,000 


1,478 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,478 


1 12,500 


5 548,849 
" 10,819 

15 560 

16 506 
17 4,000 


7,831 


625,594 

69,400 
514,078 


25,000 

25,000 
300,000 


742 

41,400 
115,205 


- 


593,206 

3,000 
54,056 


541 
12 3,605 
15 2,500 

44,817 


- 


625,594 

69,400 
514,078 


- 


IS 49,000 




535,491 


200,000 


44,742 


80,000 


86,993 


123,756 


- 


535,491 


- 


- 


- 


203,357 


40,000 


144,740 


- 


- 


8,390 


10,227 


203,357 


1200 
' 356,847 


="500 

21250 

10 1,121 

22 68,533 

2^ 9,871 

" 25,000 


- 


64,850 

557,967 

2,238,589 


16,000 

400,000 

1,000,000 


44,347 

112,806 

99,698 
25 12,135 




18,945 
50,000 


25 26,216 

1,021,756 

26 55,000 


4,503 


64,850 

557,967 

2,238,589 


- 


2' 2,500 


- 


14,320 


7,950 


1,700 


- 


3,000 


- 


1,670 


14,320 




28 9,496 

29 5,000 
so 2 142 

31 10,000 


3,297 


88,551 

28,877 


50,000 
15,000 


5,551 
8,756 


^ 


33,000 




5,121 


88,551 
28,877 


1 9,900 
1 2,500 


5 122,892 
52 31,306 


1,834 


1,596,081 
66,164 

9,632 


250,000 
20,000 

7,000 


390,569 
18,209 

2,632 


- 


325,512 
15,000 


630,000 

6,970 
54 1,500 
55 1,600 

56 185 


2,700 


1,596,081 
66,164 

9,632 


- 


" 69,000 


- 


735,522 


100,000 


633,086 


- 


- 


- 


2,436 


735,522 


1 117,570 


1° 12,754 

58 1,800 

59 5,479 
^»350 




431,944 


250,000 


57,240 




115,982 


8,722 




431.944 



22 Research and development. 
25 Working capital appropriated. 
2'' Prepaid insurance. 

25 Accrued wages. 

26 Reserve for taxes. 

2' Furniture and equipment. 
28 Fixtures. 



29 Securities. 

5° Rent and insurance. 

51 Lease. 

52 Prepaid expenses. 

55 And furniture and fixtures. 

54 Reserve for bad debts. 

55 Reserve for merchandise. 



56 Reserve for equipment deprecia- 
tion. 
5' Stock and bonds. 

58 Autos. 

59 Prepaid items. 
*" Suspense. 



286 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1918. 

Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





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1 


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.^^ 

P. 

a 


Assets. 


NAME OF corpora- 
tion. 


1 


^ 


ctures, 
bandise, 
rial, and 
; in Proc- 


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ess. 






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:5 


■ o 


Charles Baker Company, 


May 2, 


Jan. 7, 


Jan. 1, 


$50,000 


_ 


1 $2,339 


$47,218 


$44,975 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Barnett Company, 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


2 1,658 


91,006 


99,047 


Boston. ' ., 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Bonanno Steam 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


3 4,200 


6,825 


7,413 


Laundry Co., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles C. Lewis Company, 


July 26, 


6 _ 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


$325 


- 


227,218 


133,954 


The, Springfield. 


1918. 




1917. 












Charles Crompton and Sons 


Sept. 23, 


Sept. 9, 


Sept. 9, 


10,000 


1,700 


340 


2,850 


2,305 


1 Incorporated, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles D. Brown & Co. In- 


Apr. 1, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,745 


16,271 


corporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles D. Farnsworth, Inc., 


May 20, 


13 _ 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


20,241 


11,093 


17,621 


75,999 


West Springfield. 


1918. 




1917. 












Charles D. Redmond Com- 


Mch. 8, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


17 600 


3,000 


4,764 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles E. Fogg Company, 


Jan. 25, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


- 


33,945 


86,209 


91,001 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles E. Gibson Company, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


600,000 


363,722 


30,500 


19 3,316 


11,464 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles E. Hall & Sons, Inc., 


Oct. 25, 


Mch. 31, 


Mch. 31, 


5,000 


- 


249 


973 


4,127 


Maiden. 


1918. 


1917. 


1918. 












Charles E. Holske Company, 


Jan. 31, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


3,421 


6,417 


Incorporated, The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles E. Lauriat Company, 


Mch. 22, 


Feb. 18, 


Jan. 31, 


100,000 


- 


- 


112,831 


52,611 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles E. Sprague Box Com- 


Apr. 24, 


Mch. 12, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


45,175 


40,327 


pany, Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Emmel and Rose 


Aug. 3, 


June 29, 


Apr. 30, 


15,000 


- 


285 




2,287 


2,396 


Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles F. Baker & Company, 


Mch. 28, 


Jan. 28, 


Dee. 31, 


100,000 


- 


36,798 


97,318 


278,144 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles F. Murphy Company, 


June 28, 


Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


_ 


- 


16,908 


10,594 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles F. Richardson, Inc., 


Mch. 18, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


165 


664 


Boston, 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles F. Warden Construc- 


Mch. 18, 


Oct. 8, 


Sept. 30, 


10,000 


6,025 


100 


50 


3,994 


tion Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Charles F. Wilson Inc., Fitch- 


May 2, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


9,905 


burg. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles F. Wing Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 31, 


120,000 


95,000 


- 


179,446 


259,418 


New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Grise Company, 


Mch. 29, 


Mch. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


500 


2,006 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chas. H. Grover, Inc., Haver- 


Jan. 7, 


30 Jan. 4, 


Aug. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


29.038 


10,079 


hill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles H. Hitchcock, Incor- 


Apr. 10, 


Mch. 7, 


Feb. 28, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,000 


1,924 


porated, BrookUne. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles H. Richardson Com- 


Feb. 11, 


Jan. 8, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


- 


10,365 


6,269 


pany, Leominster. 


1918. 


1918., 


1917. 












Chas. H. RossKam's Enter- 


Aug. 23, 


July 15, 


July 15, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


prises, Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles H. Warren Company, 


Mch. 6, 


Jan. 2, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


575 


Ill 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Hall, Incorporated, 


Apr. 25, 


Mch. 13, 


Jan. 31, 


200,000 


S3 146,189 


- 


127,058 


70,064 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 













1 And fixtures. 

- And furniture and fixtures. 

3 And horse and wagon. 

■• Good will. 

s Liberty Bond. 

6 None held in 1918. 

' Equipment. 



8 Investments. 

9 Insurance prepaid. 
1" Trade-marks. 

11 Treasury stock. 

12 Furniture and fixtures. 

13 None held in 1918 as yet. 
H Teams and trucks. 



15 Office furniture. 
IS Liberty Bonds. 
1' And auto. 

1' Prepaid insurance, taxes and con- 
struction. 
1' And wagons, tools and live stock. 
20 Mortgages. 



1918. 



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287 



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Assets - 


-Con. 




LUBILITIES. 




1 

1 
1 


1 




S 

3 

1 


Accounts Pay- 
able. 


"11 


-i 

a 

O 0) 


_3 

"3. 

1 


1 

§ 

o 


3 


- 


- 


- 


$94,532 


S20,000 


$16,382 


- 


$35,000 


- 


$23,150 


$94,532 


- 


- 


- 


191,711 


50,000 


116,711 


- 


- 


$25,000 


- 


191,711 


< $1,000 


6S900 


- 


20,338 


10,000 


- 


- 


4,000 


- 


6,338 


20,338 


- 


' 12,850 

8 5,750 

9 1,926 


- 


382,023 


75,000 


7,750 


- 


- 


299,273 


- 


382,023 


10 1,900 
« 10,000 


- 


19,095 


10,000 


3,200 


- 


2,950 


- 


2,945 


19,095 


11 40,000 
12 259 

" 15,134 

15 420 

"3,137 


$5,427 


58,275 
143,645 

13,791 


50,000 
20,000 

10,000 


6,840 
47,661 

3,791 


- 


40,000 


866 
35,984 


569 


58.275 
143,645 

13,791 


- 


13 6,014 


15,047 


232,216 


75,000 


157,216 


- 


- 


- 


- 


232,216 


* 200,000 


2" 33,032 


69.926 


711,960 


600,000 


1,658 


$79,042 


31,260 


- 


- 


711,960 


< 1,000 


21 2,186 


716 


9,251 


5,000 


4,251 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,251 


« 10,000 


' 1,275 


- 


21,113 


10,000 


3,901 


- 


1,500 


5,712 


- 


21,113 


- 


- 


- 


165,442 


100,000 


25,121 


- 


10,433 


15,400 


14,488 


165,442 


- 


15 4,000 


- 


89,502 


20,000 


14,898 


- 


30,000 


24,604 


- 


89,502 


4 3,000 


22 7,779 


1,453 


17,200 


15,000 


500 


- 


1,700 


- 


- 


17.200 




12 250 




412,260 
27,752 


100,000 
500 


51,788 
14,953 




20,000 
6,956 


197,472 
23 13,000 
24 30,000 


5.343 


412.260 
27,752 


« 5,000 


12 150 


- 


5,979 


5,000 


686 


- 


- 


- 


293 


5.979 


< 5,000 


- 


- 


15,169 


10,000 


3,667 


- 


1,324 


- 


178 


15.169 


: 


26 495 
2' 8,500 
28 9,500 


: 


18,900 
543,364 


10.000 
120,000 


7,938 
59,106 


20 79,500 


97,450 


187.308 


962 


18.900 
543,364 


< 4,994 


29 2,500 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


SI 2,200 




- 


41,317 


5,000 


12,070 


- 


16,500 


- 


7.747 


41,317 


- 


- 


1,997 


7,921 


5.000 


1,921 


- 


1.000 


- 


- 


7,921 


- 


- 


- 


16.634 


5,000 


3,139 


- 


8.188 


- 


307 


16,634 


4 2,500 


52 1,200 


5,650 


9,350 


5.000 


650 


- 


3,700 


- 


- 


9,350 


« 5,000 


- 


4,570 


10,256 


10,000 


256 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,256 




54 15,930 
55 3,517 
8 8,847 




371,605 


200,000 


7,278 
55 3,434 




84,800 


76.093 




371,605 



21 Rolling stock. 

22 Plant. 

23 Reserve for depreciation. 

24 Special reserved for plant con- 

struction. 

25 Trade-marks and formulae. 



26 Furnishings. 
2' Expirations. 

28 Store fixtures, trucks and wagons. 

29 Stock and fixtures. 
31 Adjourned. 

31 Good will and fixtures. 



32 Stock in trade investment, etc. 

53 Equity. 

54 Store equipment, etc. 
35 Prepaid expenses. 

56 Accrued expenses including in- 
come taxes. 



288 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPOI^ATIONS. 



[1918. 



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Charles, Henry & Crowley 


Oct. 16, 


Sept. 16, 


Sept. 1, 


$5,000 




_ 


$13,079 


$2,215 


Co., Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Holmes Leather 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 22, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


_ 


$4,000 


3,500 


3,188 


Working Machinery Com- 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












pany, Cambridge. 


















Charles, Inc., Springfield, 


Feb. 21, 
1918. 


Feb. 9, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


25,000 


- 


~ 


6,722 


22,127 


Charles J. Connick, Incor- 


July 3, 


Apr. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


20,000 


- 


- 


4,172 


3,761 


porated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles J. Jacobs Company, 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


_ 


950 


- 


875 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles J. Jager Company, 


Mch. 14, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


80,000 


- 


- 


22,182 


21,243 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles K. Fox, Inc., Haver- 


Sept. 23, 


June 10, 


May 31, 


400,000 


_ 


" 32,978 


560,931 


472,938 


hill. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles K. Grouse Co., North 


Sept. 20, 


Sept. 9, 


July 1, 


5,000 


_ 


405 


800 


2,573 


Attleborough. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Knight & Company, 


Apr. 23, 


21 Apr. 3, 


Dec. 31, 


30,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,737 


Incorporated, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles L. Cordeau Company, 


Sept. 3, 


July 1, 


July 1, 


6,000 


- 


- 


4,667 


1,842 


Lowell. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chas. L. Ireson, Incorporated, 


May 24, 


23 _ 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


5,710 


76,429 


77,129 


Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Charles Logue Building Com- 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


24 $8,245 


1,000 


1,000 


44,470 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles May & Son Company, 


June 18, 


Jan. 7, 


Dec. 31, 


28,000 


- 


- 


26,483 


7,062 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Motor Company, 


May 6, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 28, 


25,000 


- 


16 2,088 


4,890 


3,353 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chas. Niedner's Sons Com- 


June 27, 


May 4, 


Mch. 31, 


80,000 


_ 


14,000 


15,105 


33,037 


pany, Maiden. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Nourse Co., The, 


Apr. 22, 


Jan. 1, 


Jan. 1, 


5,000 


- 


- 


4,521 


3,156 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles P. Lewis Company, 


May 31, 


Apr. 8, 


Apr. 1, 


10,000 


3,000 


2,866 


1,575 


16,286 


Bridgewater. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles P. Raymond Agency, 


Feb. 4, 


Jan. 10, 


Dec. 31, 


...2,500 


- 


- 


625 


3,109 


Inc., Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles R. Field Manufactur- 


July 17, 


July 8, 


July 3, 


8,000 


3,000 


2,000 


3,211 


4,355 


ing Company (Inc.), Green- 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












field. 


















Charles River Co-operative 


June 4, 


27 _ 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


585 


Society, The, Boston. 


1918. 




1917. 












Charles S. Cogley Inc., Salem, 


Apr. 12, 
1918. 


Nov. 17, 
1917. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


10,000 


~ 


~ 


5,506 


1,702 


Charles S. Gove Company, 


May 31, 


Apr. 2, 


Apr. 1, 


50,000 


- 


1,410 


138,314 


63,411 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles S. Yoffa Company, 


May 15, 


Feb. 14, 


Feb. 7, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


7,295 


Lynn. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Charles Singer and Sons Com- 


Jan. 28, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


30 883 


12,480 


14,050 


pany, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Spring and Forge 


June 18, 


Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


1,000 


400 


346 


Company, Cambridge. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles Stretton and Son 


May 3, 


Mch. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


24,540 


S2 23,800 


113,505 


43,223 


Company, Stoughton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles T. Smith Co., Inc., 


Apr. 11, 


Mch. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


18,888 


22,969 


25,010 


5,260 


New Bedford. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Fixtures. 

2 Patent rights. 

3 Patterns and drawings. 

* Treasury stock. 
■'■ Good will. 

* Designs and cartoons. 



' Fixtures, tools, etc. 

8 Auto. 

9 Equipment. 
1° Prepayments. 

11 Liberty Bonds. 

12 Accounts receivable deferred. 



18 Accrued liabilities. 

1* Notes and acceptances payable. 

15 Reserves. 

16 And equipment. 

17 Horses and vehicles. 



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-Con. 




LlABILITIBS. 


111 


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- 


1 $3,500 


- 


$18,794 


$5,000 


84,129 


- 


$6,360 


- 


$3,305 


$18,794 


2 $100 


3 1,000 
i 2,900 


$6,291 


20,979 


20,000 


979 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,979 


- 


I 7,778 


- 


36,627 


15,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,627 


36,627 


E 7,000 


6 3.223 

^ 2,131 

8 450 


- 


20,737 


10,000 


3,505 


- 


1,500 


$5,732 


- 


20,737 


5 3,175 


- 


5.000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


8 9,420 

10 312 

11 1,600 

12 48,316 

17 509 

11 4,400 

18 7,959 

20 500 


2,205 


103,073 

1,079,715 
6,483 


80,000 

400,000 
5,000 


7,650 
13 970 

121,474 
18 81,447 

1.483 


- 


" 4,156 
414,215 


15 10,297 
62,579 


- 


103,073 

1,079,715 
6,483 


- 


22 400 


18,084 


21,221 


20,000 


1,221 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,221 


6 3,887 


- 


- 


10,396 


6,000 


1,296 


$3,100 


- 


- 


- 


10,396 


- 


- 




159,268 


50,000 


6,887 


- 


77,135 


- 


25,246 


159,268 


- 


- 


- 


54,715 


15,000 


34,233 


- 


- 


5,482 


- 


54,715 


5 3,000 


25 3,000 


11,719 


51,264 


28,000 


20,949 


- 


2,315 


- 


- 


51,264 


6 10,000 


- 


16,596 


36,927 


25,000 


11,927 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,927 


26 7,500 
6 25,000 


- 


15,311 
3,470 


109,953 
11,147 


80,000 
5,000 


14.953 
6,147 


- 


15,000 


~ 


_ 


109,953 
11,147 


- 


- 


- 


23,727 


6,500 


1,411 


- 


- 


- 


15,816 


23,727 


6 200 


- 


- 


3,934 


2,500 


162 


- 


- 


- 


1,272 


3,934 


- 


- 


- 


12,566 


8,000 


1,852 


- 


400 


- 


2,314 


12,566 


- 


- 


725 


1,310 


1,310 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,310 


6 4,000 


- 


- 


11,208 


10,000 


325 


- 


- 


- 


883 


11,208 


=6 4,500 
6 4,000 


25 1,230 

28 5.000 

29 9,750 


- 


213,865 
21,045 


50,000 
10,000 


63,848 
6,542 


: 


91,138 


8,879 


4,503 


213,865 
21,045 


- 


31 1,750 


: 


29,163 
1,746 


8,000 

31 2,000 

1,250 


6,054 
162 


- 


7,003 


2,083 


4,023 
334 


29,163. 
1,746 


- 


- 


- 


205,068 


75,000 


108,801 


- 


- 


21,267 


- 


205,068 


- 


« 28.000 


10.281 


110,408 


56,500 


7,868 


- 


46,040 


~ 


~ 


110,408 



18 Accrued discounts. 
18 Accrued items. 

20 Dies and tools. 

21 Adjourned. 

22 Furniture, fixtures and auto. 



23 None held since 1912. 

24 Stock in real estate. 

25 Furniture and fixtures. 

26 Trade-marks. 

2' None held in 1918. 



28 License. 

28 Six auto trucks. 

30 And fixtures. 

31 Subscription to capital stock. 

32 And tools. 



290 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



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NAME OF CORPORA- 
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Charles Van Vlack Company, 


Feb. 1 


2, Jan. 9, 


Dec. 31, 


$5,000 


_ 


S5,000 


81,337 


$3,306 


Springfield. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charles W. Arnold & Com- 


Apr. 2 


4, 2 Jan. 17, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


S50,000 


3 10,180 


280,463 


212,212 


pany, Corporation, Haver- 
hill. 
Charles Wing Company, The, 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Dec. 1 


3, Nov. 21, 


Oct. 31, 


60,000 


_ 


s 1,022 


32,501 


92,453 


Amesbury. 


1917 


1917. 


1917. 












Charles Wirth & Co., Inc., 


May 2 


5, Mch. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


- 


7,860 


7,565 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charlesgate Hospital, Incor- 


Apr. 2 


4, "- 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


_ 


_ 


2,850 


6,488 


porated, Cambridge. 


1918 




1917. 












Charlestown Enterprise Com- 


May 


6, Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


2,301 


- 


3,756 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charlestown Furniture Com- 


June 2 


1, Mch. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


22,981 


33,316 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charlestown Garage, Inc., 


Mch. 2 


5, Feb. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 


- 


1,955 


315 


9,551 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charlotte Cheese Co. Inc., 


July 


2, Mch. 18, 


Mch. 18, 


5,000 


- 


1,215 


593 


2,116 


The, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Charlsam Real Estate Co., 


Feb. 5 


5, Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


113,993 


- 


- 


2,203 


Cambridge. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charlton MUls, Fall River, . 


Nov. 
1918 


5, Nov. 4, 
1918. 


Nov. 4, 
1918. 


800,000 


380,000 


951,330 


438,513 


392,459 


Charlton Woolen Co., Charl- 


Mch. 5 


9, Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


10,000 


29,647 


95,274 


76,390 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Charm Electric Co., Boston, . 


Feb. '. 
1918 


5, Jan. 31, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


5,000 


- 


19 965 


8,098 


19,254 


Chase and Cooledge Com- 


Apr. 


2, Feb. 26, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


59,122 


30,169 


pany, The, Holyoke. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chase and Laubham Corpora- 


Mch. 


6, Jan. 21, 


Dec. 31, 


100,000 


127,591 


- 


- 


6,405 


tion, Haverhill. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chase and Sandford Com- 


Mch. 


5, Jan. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


15,000 


- 


573 


5,086 


1,067 


pany, Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chase Express Co., Brookline, 


Apr. 2 
1918 


5, Jan. 8, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


45,000 


33,000 


~ 


~ 


17,856 


Chase Press, Inc., The, Haver- 


Nov. 


4, July 24, 


June 30, 


10,000 


- 


5,941 


4,840 


4,862 


hill. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Chase Steel Wool Co., 


Apr. 


6, Feb. 4, 


Dec. 31, 


10,000 


- 


4,268 


1,467 


1,206 


Leominster. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chase Turbine Manufacturing 


Oct. 


1, Sept. 20, 


June 30, 


37,000 


48,330 


17,017 


39,761 


27,018 


Company, Orange. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Chatham Freezer Co., Boston, 


May 
1918 


1, Feb. 2, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


125,000 


66,000 


36,000 


20,446 


5,764 


Chatham Weir Company, 


Oct. 


2, Aug. 15, 


July 31, 


4,000 


_ 


- 


- 


7,590 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Chattel Loan Company, Bos- 


May 


2, Jan. 5, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 


- 


- 


11,926 


76,866 


ton. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chauncy Fur Co., Boston, . 


July 
1918 


1, 2 Apr. 9, 
1918. 


Mch. 31, 
1918. 


5,000 


~ 


29 415 


4,248 


3,593 


Chavenson & Son Co., Inc., 


Apr. i 


!3, Apr. 1, 


Mch. 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


21,227 


51,716 


Fall River. 


1918 


1918. 


1918. 












Chelsea Clock Company, 


May 


2, 2 Apr. 18, 


Dec. 31, 


150,000 


25,000 


77,000 


115,069 


35,443 


Boston. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chelsea Morris Plan Com- 


Feb. 


6, Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


88,829 


pany, The, Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 













1 Good will. 

2 Adjourned. 

5 And fixtures. 

* Bonds and stocks. 

Liberty Bonds. 
5 Mortgages. 



including 



^ Reserved for taxes. 
' License. 

s Furniture and fixtures. 
9 Liberty Bond. 
1" Leasehold, 
n None held in 1918. 



12 Equipment. 

13 Prepaid expenses. 
1* Paid in. 

16 Office furniture and appliances. 
18 Liberty Bonds. 



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Ph 

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1 

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a 

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1 
1 


1 


I $3,200 


- 


- 


$12,843 


$5,000 


$645 


- 


$4,328 


- 


$2,870 


$12,843 


- 


i $24,150 


- 


577,005 


50,000 


281,582 


5 $50,000 


147,000 


$45,423 
6 3,000 


- 


577,005 


- 


- 


- 


125,976 


60,000 


40,903 


- 


- 


25,073 


- 


125,976 


» 16,664 


MOO 

8 15,034 

9 50 

W300 

12 7,474 




47,873 
16,812 


25,000 
2,000 


11,199 
11,306 




10,000 
2,000 


1,506 


1,674 


47,873 
16,812 


- 




$263 


6,320 


5,000 


- 


- 


1,320 


- 


- 


6,320 


- 


8 1,758 
IS 402 

15 191 


- 


58,457 
12,012 


15,000 
500 


16,495 
5,514 


3,060 


~ 


" 25,987 
2,938 


975 


58,457 
12,012 


1 4,000 


- 


1,084 


9.008 


4,800 


2,193 


- 


- 


- 


2,015 


9,008 


- 


- 


8,804 


120,000 


25,000 


- 


95,000 


- 


- 


- 


120,000 


- 


16 169,000 


- 


2,331,302 


800,000 


- 


- 


546,500 


1' 298,173 
18 10,000 


676,629 


2,331,302 


- 


- 


- 


211,311 


50,000 


30,000 


- 


59,418 


71,893 


211,311 


2,372 


20 200 


- 


30,889 


5,000 


10,854 


- 


21 5,600 


9,261 


174 


30,889 


- 


- 


- 


89,291 


50,000 


7,413 


- 


- 


31,878 


- 


89,291 


- 


- 


- 


133,996 


100,000 


4,296 


- 


29,700 


- 


- 


133,996 


- 


- 


1,911 


8,637 


8,000 


306 


331 


- 


- 


- 


8,637 


1 10,000 


22 18,000 


- 


78,856 


45,000 


2,792 


23 16,000 


- 


- 


15,064 


78,856 


- 


- 


- 


15,643 


10,000 


2,255 


- 


- 


24 3,375 


13 


15,643 


- 


- 


- 


6,941 


3,000 


709 


2,547 


500 


- 


185 


6,941 


25 200 


26 2,000 


- 


134,326 


37,000 


9,869 


- 


18,400 


- 


69,057 


134,326 


1 1,400 


12 2,084 

27 1,000 

23 15,880 

28 3,051 


25,064 


172,238 
12,041 


125,000 
4,000 


7,238 
28 




40,000 




8,013 


172,238 
12,041 


- 


- 


- 


88,792 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,792 


88,792 


- 


- 


- 


8,256 


5,000 


1,045 


- 


- 


- 


2,211 


8,256 


- 


30 2,220 


- 


75,163 


25,000 


47,213 


- 


- 


- 


2.950 


75,163 


25 1 


- 


- 


252,513 


150,000 


16,085 


- 


73,000 


- 


13,428 


252,513 


- 


8 770 


166 


89,765 


47,500 


42,265 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


89,765 



" Depreciation. 

18 Reserve for taxes. 

1' And furniture, fixtures and tools. 

20 Auto. 

21 Work in process. 



22 Horses, harnesses, wagons, autos 

and fixtures. 

23 Note secured by mortgage on 

real estate. 

24 Reserve for depreciation. 

25 Patent rights. 



26 Tools in use. 
2' Reserve. 

28 Traps and boats. 

29 And furniture and fixtures, 
so Horse and wagons. 



292 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. 



[1918. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 





1 

1 




1 


5 


Assets. 


NAME OF CORPORA- 






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and 
roc- 


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§ 


^ 


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Chelsea Olympia Company, 


June 12, 


1 June 8, 


Dec. 31, 


$5,250 








$1,023 


Chelsea. 


1918 


1918. 


1917. 












Chelsea Public Market, Inc., 


Mch. 29, 


Mch. 4, 


Feb. 28, 


10,000 


_ 


s $1,200 


$1,147 


339 


Chelsea. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chemi-Clenz Mfg. Coilipany, 


Oct. 5, 


Feb. 20, 


Dec. 31, 


200,000 


_ 


1,458 


14,918 


672 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chemical Paper Manufactur- 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


2,000,000 


$456,836 


396,517 


340,355 


220,241 


ing Company, Holyoke. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chemical Specialty Company, 


Feb. 26, 


Feb. 19, 


Dec. 31, 


5,000 




100 


2,276 


3,265 


The, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, 


Feb. 1, 


Jan. 23, 


Dec. 31, 


360,000 


103,599 


81,765 


109,540 


197,198 


Springfield. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chesapeake and Ohio Coal 


Moh. 12, 


Jan. 29, 


Dec. 31, 


75,000 








405,986 


Agency Company, Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Cheshire Lime Manufacturing 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 12, 


Dec. 1, 


20,000 


24,450 


9,025 


10,232 


15,908 


Company, Cheshire. 


1918. 


1917. 


1917. 












Cheshire White Quartz Sand 


Apr. 16, 


Mch. 12, 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


8,000 


6,000 


1,535 


2,285 


Company, Cheshire. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chester E. Pease Company, 


Apr. 8, 


Jan. 1, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


1,500 


308 


192 


Edgartown. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chester E. Sawyer Company, 


Oct. 3, 


July 1, 


June 30, 


25,000 


- 


- 


18,436 


4,109 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chester Granite and Polish- 


Feb. 23, 


Jan. 28, 


Dec. 31, 


50,000 


1,714 


4,392 


22,941 


16,260 


ing Works.Thester. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chester Kent & Co. Inc., 


Apr. 20, 


Jan. 16, 


Dec. 31, 


25,000 


- 


_ 


43,362 


63,560 


Boston. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












Chester Realty Co., Boston, . 


Feb. 6, 
1918. 


Feb. 1, 
1918. 


Dec. 31, 
1917. 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


1,865 


Chestnut Hill Company, 


Apr. 1, 


Feb. 28, 


Jan. 1, 


60,000 


97,550 


- 


- 


1,012 


Brookline. 


1918. 


1918. 


1918. 












Chestnut Hill Garage, Incor- 


May 7, 


Jan. 15, 


Dec. 31, 


1,000 


_ 


150 


1,196 


3,466 


porated, The, Newton. 


1918. 


1918. 


1917. 












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