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ESnOEJIX TO PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 

Vol. H. 



jyocuments numbered 5 to 9* inclusive. 



A. 

Ajdjutanlr-Oeiieral's Report, No. 7 

AuditoT's Report, 6 

B. 

Banks, Savings, Report of Commissioner of, 8 

I. 

Insurance Commissioner, Report of (Part 1. Fire and Marine),* . 9 

B. 

Report of Adjatant-Qeneral, 7 

'* of Auditor of AcconntH, 6 

" of Insurance Commissioner^ (Part 1. Fire and Marine)* . 9 

*' of Commissioner of Sayings Banks, 8 

^ of Treasurer of the Commonwealth, 5 

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PUBLIC DOCUMENT No. 5. 



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To Honorable John £• Sanfqrd, Speaker of the Soitse of Bepreseniativea, 

Sib : — I have the honor to transmit herewith to the legis* 
htture, the Annual Report* of this Department for the year 
ending' December 31, 1873, and am, 

With great respect, 

Your obedient servant, 

CHAS. ADAMS, Jr., 

Treasurer and Heceiver" General. 



Commontoeaitt) of jSIHassat\)mttts, 



Treasury Department, Boston, ) 
Janaary 28, 1674. S 

To the H&narahle Senate and House of Bepresentativee. 

In obedience to the requirements of law, the undersigned 
respectfully submit^ the Annual Report of the transactions of 
this department for the year ending December 31, 1873 : — 

AOOREGATES OP RECEIPTS AND PaYBIENTS FOR THE YeaR 

1873. 
Heceipts. 

Balance of cash belonging to revenue on 

hand January 1, 1873, .... f661,202 30 

Received on account of revenue in 1873, 6,894,344 19 

17,666,546 49 

Balance of cash belonging^ to the fhnds Jan- 
uary 1, 1873, 11,481,916 86 

Received on account of the fiinds during the 

year 1873, 6,000,573 92 

6,482,490 78 

Total receipts in 1873, f 14,038,037 27 

Paj/ments. 

Chi account of the revenue, .... f 6,194,448 62 
On account of the funds, .... 4,839,607 89 

11,034,056 41 

Balance on hand January 1, 1874, f 3,003,980 86 

Revenue Balance, ..... f 1,361,097 97 

Funds balance, 1,642382 89 

Making total balance as above, . . f 3,003,980 86 



TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 



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Revenue. 
Taxable Property of the Commonwealth. 



Real and personal estate as returned by assessors of 
cities and towns to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth, as of May 1, 1878, ^1,763,429,990 00 

Amount- left out of the valuation of cities and towns on 
account of National Bank shares held by their citizens, 
in banks not located in their cities and towns, from 
Tax Commissioner's books, 80,786,120 69 

Deposits in savings banks as returned by them to the 
Commissioner, November 1, 1878, .... 202,195,84370 

Property of Corporations above real estate and machin- 
ery taxed in cities and towns May 1, 1878, . . 90,938,561 07 

Total taxable property, f2,087 ,350,015 46 

The same aggregates for 1872, were, — 
Assessoi-s' aggregates, . . f 1,696,599,969 00 

Deposits in savings banks, . . 184,797,313 92 
Corporate excess, .... 104,757,278 03 

Total for 1872, . . . 1,986,154,560 96 

Total increase during the year, f 101,195,454 51 



The valuation of the real estate of the 

Commonwealth, May 1, 1873, . ♦1,226,041,239 00 
May 1, 1872, it was, .... 1,181,805,347 00 

An increase of . . . ^94,735,892 00 

The valuation of personal estate. May 

1, 1873, ♦537,388,751 00 

Add value of bank shares not included, 30,786,120 69 

♦568,174,871 69 
Valuation of personal, May 1, 1872, 565,294,622 00 

An increase on personal of . 2,880,249 69 

Deposits in savings banks, Nov. 1, 

1873, ♦202,195,343 70 

Deposits in savings banks, Nov. 1, 

1872, 184,797,313 92 

An increase of deposits of . 17,398,029 78 

Amount carried forward, . . . ♦115,014,17147 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 7 

Amount brought forward, . . f 115,014,171 47 

Corporate excess, above real estate 

and machinery, May 1, 1872, f 104,757,278 03 

Corporate excess above real estate 

and machinery, May 1, 1873, 90,938,561 07 

A decrease of ... •. 18318,716 96 



Net increase of taxable values for the year, . . . f 101,195,454 51 

Undivided or reserved profits in the savings banks, 
Nov.l, 1873 (nominal), ^3,159,593 12 

The foUowiDg table indicates the amount and increase of 
taxable property in the Commonwealth from year to year, for 
the decade ending with 1873 : — 



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In view of the increasing amount of taxable property in the 
Commonwealth, I beg leave again to call attention to its very 
unequal distribution, in reference to taxation for state and 
county purposes. It wiU be seen by an examination of the 
valuations of the cities and towns for the last two or three 
years, that the increase of property in the State, as a whole, 
is really confined to a comparatively few commercial and 
manufacturing towns and cities, and places in their immediate 
vicinity, or of easy access to their inhabitants for permanent 
or temporary residences. In these places the value of real 
estate rises, and wealth in every other form accumulates with 
great rapidity ; while there is another class of towns — not a 
small class numerically — ^in which many fall far short of the 
average increase ; others remain about stationary, and more than 
eighty towns have actually diminished in taxable property 
since the last general valuation, some of them very materially. 
Under these conditions, taxation must soon become — has al- 
ready become — unequal, and therefore unjust. It can be 
equalized only by an early re-valuation, and with the constant 
and frequently sudden changes in the wealth of the cities and 
towns relatively to each other, can be kept nearly equal only 
by a frequent application of the same remedy. 

The taxes have been paid with a promptness which, con* 
sidering the scarcity of money during the mouths of Novem- 
ber and December, when they became due, is quite remark- 
able. The state tax was on the 1st of January all paid, with 
the exception of $2,550, due from the following towns : — 

Clarksburg, in the county of Berkshire, 
Sandisfield, «« «* 

Rowe, in the county of Franklin, '. 

Tolland, in the county of Hampden, 
Westhampton, in the county of Hampshire, bal., 

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10 TEEASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

CoRPORATiOK Taxes BEMAonNO unpaid Januabt 1, 1874. 

For 1870 ;— 
Massachusetts Glass Co., f 116 80 

For 1871:— 

American Carpet Cleaning Co., .... f 19 29 

Color Printing Attachment Co., .... 74 20 

Harbor Improvement Co., 1,113 00 

MarginalTreight Railroad Co., . . . . 742 00 

National Self-Threading Needle Co., ... 296 80 

Portland Brick Co., 74 20 

2,319 49 

For 1872 ;— 

Bengal Bagging Co., f297 86 

Eagle Mills Co., 101 71 

Hampshire Manufacturing Co., .... 319 66 

Harbor Improvement Co., 726 60 

Rockville Mills, 32 94 

1,478 67 

For 1873 ;— 

Albion Lead Works, ^954 89 

American Railway Frog Co.,* .... 28 98 

American Tablet Manufacturing Co., . • . 108 67 

Amesbury and Salisbury Gas Co.,* . . . 18 11 

Arlington Piano Co.,* " 192 72 

Boston Base Ball Association, .... 43 47 

Boston Star Collar Co.,* 260 82 

Bigelow Manufacturing Co.,* .... 876 74 

Cape Ann Granite Co., 991 84 

Cary Improvement Co., 1,654 76 

Derby Wharf Corporation, 284 00 

Essex Frear Stone Co., 217 36 

Flint Mills,* 966 86 

Frohock Last Co.* 202 86 

Glendon Co..* 1,573 61 

Harbor Improvement Co., 724 60 

Massachusetts Portable Railroad Co.,* ... 57 96 

Massachusetts Tar Stuffing Co., .... 36 22 

New England Fire Extinguisher Co.,* . . . 181 12 

New England Gas Condenser Co., .... 724 60 

Newbuiyport and Amesbury Horse Railroad,* . 347 76 

Newburyport City Railroad Co., . . . . 344 86 

Salisbury Beach Plank Road Co.,* .... 86 94 

Tucker Manufacturing Co.,* . . . • • 2,318 40 

Tufts Elevator Works, 816 06 

Union Freight Railroad Co., . . . . . 4,347 00 

United States Electric Light Co., . . . . 144 90 

United States Manufacturing Co., .... 72 46 

18,076 85 

f 21,991 81 
* Paid since January 1, 1874. 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No, 5. 11 

Taxes against RaQroad Corporations for expenses of Rail- 
road Commissioners remaining unpaid January 1, 1874 : — 

Boston & Albany Railroad Co., . . . ; . . f 4 J84 98 

Eastern Railroad Co., 1,419 80 

Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Co., . . . . > . 294 88 

Bank Tax Act. 

As was anticipated, the amount received during the last 
year, under the operation of the amended bank tax law, is 
considerably greater than that received the previous year, 
under the law as it then stood. 

The amount to the credit of this account in 

the treasury the last year is, . . . $237,493 88 
The amount received the previous year, . 125,712 56 

Showing a difference in favor of the last 
year, of $111,781 82 

These amounts do not represent precisely the results of 
each year's tax, as there are always some matters to be ad- 
justed at the end of each year. It is probable that the 
amount given above for the present year will be reduced 
from this cause some thirty thousand dollars, which is the 
amount of re-imbursement to charitable and religious socie- 
ties, and the amounts of contested claims between towns and 
cities, which amounts rest temporarily in the treasury of the 
State until a final disposition of them is made. 

Much less dissatisfaction has been expressed with the opera- 
tion of the present law during the last year, than with the 
law as it stood the previous year. I have no change to 
recommend in its provisions. 

Corporation Tax Law. 

The corporation tax furnishes a somewhat diminished 
revenue for the last year, as compared with the previous 
year. This is due in part to the diminution of capital by the 
extinguishment of the stock insurance companies located in 
Boston ; and to a considerable extent to the increased invest^ 
ment, by several of the railroad companies, in real estate 
subject to local taxation. It seems probable that the limit of 



12 TREASUEER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

reduction due to such causes has been reached, and that for 
the future an increased amount may be expected as the result 
of the law. 

The whole amount received during the past 

year, was .••... $1,312,411 01 

The amount paid over to cities and towns was 899,376 59 

Balance to the credit of corporation tax, . $413,034 42 

The above amounts represent the actual receipts and pay- 
ments during the financial year, and necessarily include a 
considerable sum collected since December first, which 
belongs to cities and towns, and will be paid to them during 
the coming month. 

Making allowance for this amount, and for the amount 
paid during the year on account of collections of previous 
years, the net financial gain to the State is about $325,000.00. 
Against last year's amount of $371,000.00. 

The operation of the law continues to be satisfactory, so far 
as known, to the corporations and their stockholders, and 
secures a proper share of revenue for public purposes. 

The Public Debt. 

The debt of the Comiuonwealth December 31, 1872 (all 
funded), was ^27,692,704 00 

It has been increased during the year by 
the sale of Troy and Greenfield Railroad - 
Sterling Bonds, on account of the tunnel 
contract, £165,000, computed @ f4.84 
per £, ♦798.600 00 

Sale of Troy and Greenfield Railroad Dol- 
lar Bonds, issued under the provisions of 
chapter 355 Acts of 1871, and chapter 
846 Acts 1873, 5 per cent, gold sold at par, 400,000 00 

Note of the Commonwealth to the War 
Loan Sinking Fund, for money borrowed 
and advanced to the Commissioners for 
building the new State Prison, as author- 
ized by chapter 165, section 3,- Acts of 

1873, 5,000 00 

Total increase, .... 1,203,600 00 



Amount carried forward, f 28,896,304 00 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 13 

Amount brought forward, ... • . f 28,896^04 00 

It has been diminished by the fol- 
lowing payments : 

State Almshouse Loan Bonds, due 1878, . f 60,000 00 

State HoDse Loan Bonds, due 1873, . . 65,000 00 

Union Loan Bonds, due July 1, 1873, . . 293,500 00 

Total reduction, . . . 418,500-00 



Leaving the total debt January 1, 1874, .... f 28,477,804 00 
Being a net increase of f 785,100 00 

All the above payments on account of the Public Debt were 
made from sinking funds established to meet the respective 
loans. 

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During the present year the following payments on account 
of loans will become due : — 

State Almshouse Loan Bonds, being balance of the loan, . f 50,000 00 

State House . " " " " . 100,000 00 
Lunatic Hospital and State Prison Loan Bonds, being balance 

of the loan, 94,000 00 

Union Loan, Bonds (an instalment), 300,000 00 

f 544,000 00 

All which is provided for by sinking funds, without recourse 
to revenue or taxation, except a balance of the State Aims* 
house Loan, which the sinking fund established for its re- 
demption will fail to meet, into about $6,000. This deficit 
occurs by the repeal of the law imposing the payment of 
"head money" by alien passengers, upon the receipts of 
which this sinking fund was partially predicated. For the 
above deficiency no provision is made. 

The following table will show the several loans constituting 
the present debt of the Commonwealth, with rate of interest, 
and time and place of payment : — 



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16 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The entire indebtedness of the State is shown in the fore- 
going table, with the exception of warrants remaining in the 
treasury uncalled for, and therefore unpaid, a detailed account 
of which will be found near the close of this Report, amount- 
ing to $32,629.60, and interest due on loans and uncalled for, 
amounting to $8,342.50. 

These amounts, it will be seen, will be nearly balanced by 
uncollected taxes due from towns and corporations. 

The additional debt now authorized is,— 

£35,000 of the Hoosac Tunnel Loan, being 

the balance of that loan, at $4.84, . . $169,400 00 

For the improvement of South Boston flats, . 400,000 00 

For the new lunatic hospital at Danvers, . 650,000 00 

And a contingent temporaiy loan to the Com- 
missioners for building a new State Prison, 
in anticipation of the sale of the old prison 
and land, not to exceed the amoimt of • 1,000,000 00 



$2,219,400 00 



Interest and Premixjm on Gold. 

The interest paid on the public debt during 

the year 1873, was, f 1,367,909 56 

Premium on gold to pay the principal and 

interest at treasury, 120,549 65 

Premium on exchange remitted to London, 89,591 66 



♦1,578,050 87 



Since the suspension of specie payments in 1862, the cost 
of premium on gold to meet the principal and interest 
of the public debt up to January 1, 1873, had been . f 2,475,673 15 

During the year 1873, .... f 120^49 65 
Less amount received, . . 22 85 



120^26 80 



Premium paid on exchange, remitted to London in 1873, . 89,591 66 

♦2,685,791 61 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5, 17 



Cost op Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosao 

Tunnel. 

Amonnt paid to January 1, 1873, ^8,361,009 43 

Amoont paid in 1873, f 1,163,760 87 

Less for materials. sold, . . 4,521 33 

1,169,239 64 

f9,610,248 97 

Interest on loan not incladed in the above amount : — 

For 1870, 1247,634 16 

For 1871 276,837 06 

For 1872, 426,961 29 

For 1873,* 379,791 98 

■• 1,330,125 39 

Total paid to January 1, 1874, f 10,840,374 36 



Bounties and State Aid Paid to Soldiers and their ■ 

Families. 

Full bounties paid to January 1, 1874, . f 9,901,257 62 

Monthly bounties to January 1, 1874, . 3,073,810 02 

♦12,976,067 64 

State Aid. 

Amount paid to January 1, 1873, . . f 12,662,160 74 

Amount paid in 1873, .... 602,196 61 

13,164,366 86 

State Aid to Non-Residents. 

Amount paid prior to 1872, 16,371 64 

Amount paid to cities and towns in re-imbursement during 
the war, 3,418,640 60 

Total to January 1, 1874 f 29,574,436 13 

Trust and Sinking Funds. 

The number of trust and sinking funds in care of the Trea- 
surer is sixteen ; an increase of one, created by the provisions 
of chapter 361 of the Acts of 1873, called the "Harbor Com- 
pensation Fund." 



* When the January accounts of onr London agents, to whose accoant the remit- 
tances for Jannaty interest now stand charged, is received, this item will be increased 
to aboat #430,000. 

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18 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The aggregate of these funds, January 1, 1874, was . . f 13,448300 20 
Their amount January 1, 1873, was 12,999,894 06 

An increase of f 448,906 14 

They were increased during the year by 

their income and other provisions of law . 

for their enlargement, .... f 873,906 14 
They were diminished by the payment of 

the public debt, as follows : — 

State House Loan, . . . |65,000 00 

State Almshouse Loan, . . 60,000 00 

Union Fund Loan, . . . 800,000 00 

426,000 00 

Shewing a net increase as above, . . f 448,906 14 



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The following table presents in a condensed view all the 
trust and sinking funds in charge of the Treasurer, with pres- 
ent amount of each, and the different classes of securities in 
which they are invested, schedules of which in detail are ap- 
pended to this Report, in the order in which they appear in 
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The ''Massachusetts School," ''Todd Normal School," 
"Rogers Book" and "Agricultural College " Funds, amount- 
ing to $2,490,832.95, are permanent ti-ust funds, the incomes 
of which are specifically appropriated to educational purposes. 
The "Harbor Compensation Fund," derived from builders 
of wharves and other similar structures, for displacement of 
tide-water, — amounting to $101,273.36, — is appropriated to 
Harbor Improvement. 

All the others, amounting to $10,856,693.89, together 
with their incomes, are appropriated to the payment of the 
public debt. 

The land and flats sold to the Boston, Hartford and Erie 
Railroad Company, but now in possession of the Common- 
wealth, are included in the investments of the Union Loan 
Sinking Fund, and although of great value, are of course 
unproductive at the p esent time. 

In addition to the Sinking Funds devoted to the payment 
of the public debt, the following items of large, but at 
present, uncertain value, may be properly indicated as ulti- 
mately available for the same purpose : — 

Amount due from the Boston and Albany 

Railroad Company, for land and flats — time 

of payment extended to October 1, 1875, $435,600 00 
Claims against the General Gfovernment, 

allowed, but no appropriation made, about 250,000 00 
The Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac 

Tunnel, to be completed during the present 

year, and which, including interest, has 

cost the State, to January 1, 1874, . . 10,840,374 36 
Back Bay Lands, estimated at . . . 1,300,000 00 

And over seven hundred acres of unimproved flats in 
Boston Harbor, value unknown. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHAS ADAMS, Jr., 
Treasurer and Meceiver^ General, 



S^mpla, lapt^nta and S^Mtvmi<i in J^tail. 



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[Jan, 



Receipts in Detail on aooount Revenue in 1873. 



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Taxes, for 
State Tax, balance for 1872, 

penalties for 1872, 
for 1873, 

National Bank Shares, 

Annual Insurance, 

Semi- Annual Insurance, .... 

Savings BanJcs, 

Corporations, 

Coal and Mining Companies, 

Mass. Hospital Life Insurance Company, . 

Railroad Commissioners, .... 

Gas Inspection, 

Total Taxes, 



f 16,320 00 

232 69 

2,247,460 00 

1,019,059 38 

192346 04 

11,044 83 

1,464,719 46 

1,312,411 01 

6,869 66 

87,022 60 

9.267 91 

2,934 67 



(6,368,666 84 



Interest, on 

Bank Deposits, 

Annual Insurance Tax, 

Corporation Tax, . . . . 

Semi-Annual Insurance Tax, 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan, . 



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Loan to Wright & Potter, 
Tottil Interest, . 



177,779 62 

3 61 

1.014 27 

6 68 

47,700 03 

1,447 39 

109 47 



128,069 87 



Miscellaneous, — 
Valuation of Life Insurance Policies, 
Insurance Licenses, 
Railroad Companies, for Reports, 
Surveyor-General of Lumber, 
Alien Estates. 
Confiscated Liquors, . 
Courts of Insolvency. Fees. 
Secretary's Fees, . 
Commissions issued, . 



(19,966 10 

20,967 16 

1,660 00 

606 03 

2,296 49 

13,806 31 

3,679 00 

134 85 

7,125 00 



Amounts carried forward^ 



(70.018 94 (6,486,716 71 



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AmounU brought forward, . . . f 70,018 94 f 6,486,716 71 

Peddlers' Licenses, 22,848 00 

Corporation Fees, 9,168 80 

Attorney-General, for Fees and Costs, . 210 67 

Supreme Judicial Court Fees, ... 611 10 

Commissioners of Wrecks, .... 19 68 

Insurance Commissioner, Costs, . . 27 00 

State Paupers, 10 00 

State Pauper Penalties, .... 89 00 

Board State Charities, .... 7,206 92 

Sale of Quartermaster's Supplies, . . 200 00 

Military Fines, 12 60 

State Aid, 9 00 

Arrest of Fugitives, 160 00 

State Police Fees, 18,849 20 

Militia Bounty, 18 8$ 

Rent of Fish Ponds, ..... 200 

Plremium on Gold, ..... 22 86 
Premium on Troy & Greenfield Railroad, 

Sterling Loan, 11,427 47 

Wright & Potter, Loan paid, . . 20,000 00 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital, Sale of Land, 61,613 26 

Kidder, Peabody & Co., account, . . 18,630 79 

Baring Brothers & Co., account, . . 26,096 20 

Goldthwait, Snow & Knight, paid back, 2 00 
Sales of Produce, — 

Tewksbury Almshouse, . f 1,118 48 

Bridgewater Workhouse, . 2,172 69 • 

Monson Primary School, . 640 36 

LaborProducts of State Prison, 124,281 60 
Partial Support, State Reform 

School, .... 18,367 33 

Partial Support, Lidustrial 

School, 4,000 00 

Nautical Branch Reform School, 26 20 

160,690 46 

Total Miscellaneous, . . . 407,627 48 

Total Revenue Receipts, 6,894,344 19 

Receipts on Account of Funds and Loans. 

Troy and Greenfield R. R., Sterling Loan, . f 798,600 00 

'* " " Dollar Loan, . 400,000 00 

New State Prison Loan, . . ' . . 6,000 00 

" " " Commissioners' account, . 6,000 00 

Sales ofBack Bay Lands, .... 69,08000 

AmounU carried forward, . . f 1,267,680 00 f 6,894,344 19 

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Amounts brought forward, . . (1,267,680 00 (6,894^44 19 

Back Bay Land Notes paid, . . 186,248 87 

Interest on do., 41,757 85 

Interest on Norwich and Worcester Bail- 

road Loan, 24,000 00 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac 

Tunnel for Material sold, . . 4^21 33 

Norwich & Worcester R. R. Sinking Fund, 10,000 00 

Income Massachusetts School Fund, 1872, 56,395 00 

•• " " " 1873 117,733 46 

" Agricultural College Fund, . . 22,474 32 

•• Rogers Book Fund, . . 30 00 

" Todd Normal School Fund, . . 737 00 

Union Loan Sinking Fund, . f 300,000 00 

Almshouse Loan Sinking 

Fund, .... 60,000 00 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, . 65,000 00 

Harbor Compensation Fund,. 90,088 67 

515,088 67 

Transactions with the Funds, — 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital 

Fund, 183,769 94 

Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, . 310,976 95 

Coast Defence Loan Sinking 

Fund, 52,936 81 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, . 65,113 00 

Union Loan Sinking Fund, . 1,067,611 50 

Almshouse Loan 'Sinking 

Fimd, 61.886 49 

Boston, Haitford & Erie Rail- 
road Smking Fund, . . 63,687 58 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad 

Sinking Fund, . . 687,811 03 

Back Bay Lands Sinking 

Fund, .... '2,000 00 

Agricultural College Fund, . 90,567 40 

Harbor Commissioners' Fund, 89,843 20 

Commiss'rs on Public Lands, 71,283 70 

Massachusetts School Fund, . 106,419 82 

2,753,907 42 

Total Receipts on account of Funds, . 6,000,573 92 

Total Receipts for the year, f 11,894,918 li 

Add Cash Balance of January 1, 1873, — 

Reyenue Balance, f 661,202 30 

Funds Balance, 1,481,916 86 

2,143,119 16 

114,038,037 27 



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PATBoarrs on Eeventie Aooomrrs, 1872. 



Legislative Department. 



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Senate Compensation, 
Senate Mileage, . 

Printing and Binding, 

^ Blanks, Circulars, 800 
Stationery, 
House Compensation, . 

** Mileage, . 

** Printing and Binding, 

Blanks, Circulars 

»• Stationery, 

** Newspapers, 
Clerks, Senate and House, . 
Chaplains, Senate and House, 
Preacher of Election Sermon, 
Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Doorkeepers, Messengers and Pages, 
Stationery and Printing, ordered by Ser 

geant-at-Arms, .... 

Legislative Contingent, 
Expenses of Legislative Committees, . 
Witness Fees, before Committees, 



130,760 00 

349 00 

24,695 77 

1,000 00 

960 67 

180,653 87 

2,053 00 

22345 85 

1,800 00 

2,392 73 

7 02 

7300 00 

800 00 

.100 00 

3,000 00 

20,151 00 

1,183 18 

4,552 64 

13,586 18 

146 55 



Executive Department. 



Goteraor's Salary, 

LieatenanlrGovemor and Council, 

Governor's Private Secretary, 

Messengers, 

Copyists, 

Executive Contingent, 

Postage, Printing, t&c, 

Conncil Contingent, . 

AmoufU carried forward^ 



f5,000 00 

14,850 00 

2,500 00 

2,188 83 

560 00 

1,512 54 

450 87 

1,510 20 



f 31 8.276 96 



28,566 94 
f846343 90 



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Amount brought forward, (346,843 90 

Secretary's Department 



Secretary's Salary, 

•• First and Second Clerks, 

" Extra Clerks, . 

" Messenger, 

" Incidentals, 



13,500 00 
3,700 00 

18,797 01 
14J00 00 
6,224 00 



Treasurer's Department. 

Treasurer's Salary, (5,000 00 

Chief Clerk's Salary, . . 2,500 00 

1st and 2d Assis'nt Clerks' Salary, 4,000 00 

" Extra Clerks, .... 3,000 00 

•• Incidentals, .... 1,871 54 






Tax Commissioner's Department. 

Deputy Tax Commissioner's Salaiy, . . (3,000 00 ' 
1st and 2d Clerks' Salary, . . 2,189 51 

" Extra Clerks, 12,420 33 

" Incidentals, 3,850 24 



Attorney- OeneraVs Department. 

Attorney-General's Salary, .... (4,875 00 

Assistant Attorney-General's Salary, . . 1,800 00 

Incidentals, 2,890 71 



82,421 01 



16,871 54 



21,460 08 



Commissioner of Corporations. 

Corporations under General Laws, . . . . . 843 05 

Auditor's Department. 

Auditor's Salary, (3,500 00 

" 1st and 2d Clerks' Salaries, . . 4,200 00 

" Extra Clerks 3,282 81 

" Incidentals, 479 57 



11,462*38 



9,665 71 



Amount carried forward, (437,967 67 



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AmourU brought forward, (437,967 67 

State Hovse E^xypenses. 

Repairs, ImpTOvements and Furniture, . (10,348 41 

Engineer, Watchmen and Firemen, . . 10,520 84 

Fuel and Light, . . . . . . 6,465 89 

House, No. 33 Pemberton Square, . 24,147 44 



StcUe Printing. 

Printing Public Documents, . . . (50,009 32 

" General Laws, .... 9,000 00 

" Blue Book, 7,864 18 

Publishing Laws, &c., 750 00 

Law Institute at Chicago, .... 27 00 

Advertising Proposals for Printing, . . 7 00 

MOitiaLaws, ...... 392 70 

Stereotype Plates for General Statutes, . 11,534 66 

Supplement to General Statutes, . . 700 00 

Assessors^ Blanks and Registration Blanks, 3,062 17 

Term Reports, . . . . . 4,641 00 

ProTmcial Statutes, 1,547 43 

Commissioners on Statutes, . 1,000 00 

Codification of Railroad Laws, . . 2,700 00 



Judiciary 

Judges Supreme Judicial Court Salaries, 
Clerk Supreme Judicial Court Salary, 
Reporter of Decisions, S. J. Court, Salary, 
Expenses of Supreme Judicial Court, 
Judges Superior Court, 
Judges Probate and Insolvency, . 
Registers Probate and Insolvency, and As- 
sistants, 

Justices Police and Municipal Courts, 

Clerks Police and Municipal Courts, . 

Justices District Courts, 

Clerks District Courts, 

District Attorneys, .... 

Clerk for Attorney for Suffolk County, 



(39,265 94 

3,000 00 

300 00 

1,570 04 

47,970 25 

23,274 99 

26,343 33 
40,933 34 
17,753 28 
15,336 57 

5,841 66 
21,633 06 

1,000 00 



Agricultural. 

Secretary Board of Agriculture, . . (2,500 00 
Secretary's Clerks, 1,542 17 



51,482 58 



93,235 46 



244,222 46 



AmounU carried forward, . 



(4,042 17 (826,908 17 



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Amounts brought forward^ 
Secretary's Expenses, . 
Incidentals, including printing Report, 
Travel, Members of Board, , 
Agricultural Societies, . 
Cattle Commissioners, . 



f 4,042 17 

812 88 

10,182 82 

1,242 81 

18,81? 00 

59 88 



Savings Banks Commissioner, 
Insurance Commissioner, 
Deputy Insurance Commissioner, 
aerks, " 

Extra Clerks, " 
Expenses, 



Commissioners^ &c. 

. f 8,300 00 



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Harbor Commissioners, . 

Railroad 

Liquor Commissioner, . 

Commissioners on Fisheries, 

" on Prisons, 

Inspector of Gas-Meters, 
Bureau Statistics of Labor, 
State Board of Health, . 
Indian Lands Commissioner, 



#2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,416 66 

12,607 67 
3,162 02 



State Library, 



Books purchased, . 
Librarian's Salary, . 
Clerks and Incidentals, 



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Military. 

Adjutant-General's Salary, . . f 2,968 34 

Clerk, . . 2,000 00 
Extra Clerks, . 6,169 42 
i» «* Incidentals, . 4,042 90 

Quartermaster-Gen'l and Ordnance Bureau, 

** Supplies, 

Surgeon-General's Bureau, 
Medical Supplies, . 
Military Accounts, . 
Militia Bounty, . • . 
Armory Rents, 

Amounts carried forward. 



25,186 26 

11,476 41 

18«638 64 

6,260 00 

4,703 38 

2,440 02 

8,014 35 

9,649 79 

5,647 09 

979 92 



f2,300 00 
2,000 00 
2,130 00 



f 16,160 66 

8,878 14 

86,709 66 

8,643 00 

822 66 

6,766 68 

119,899 98 

26,026 00 



[Jan. 

#826,908 17 



34,167 06 



89,986 70 



6,430 00 



#219,896 68 #967,480 93 



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Amonnts brought fonoard^ 
Militaiy Instmction and Orderly Books 
Regimental Encampments, . 
Militia Camp Groond, 
Mileage of Y olairteer Militia, 
Jndge Advocate-General, 
Transportation of Troops, 
Soldiers^ Bounties, . 
Aid to Families ofVolunteers, 
Soldiers' National Cemetery, . 
Testimonials to Soldiers and Sailors, 
Employment Bureau, 



Charitdble. 

Expenses Tewksbury Almshouse, . 

" Monson Primary School, 
Asrlnm for Blind, 

** Deaf and Dumb, .... 

School for Idiots, 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital Pauper Account, 

Northampton ^ "• 

Taunton " '• 

Support by Cities and Towns, 

Burial of Paupers, 

Transportation of Paupers, 

Expenses of Sick State Poor, 

Se^ement and Bastardy Cases, 

Agent Board State Charities, 

Secretary 

Expenses 

Visiting Agent Board State Charities, 

Pensions, 

Eye and Ear Infirmary, . 
Contagious Diseases, 
Annuity of Timothy Murphy, 

^ of Jane Parks, . 



#219396 68 

186 00 

1,746 00 

33,979 17 

2,196 32 

638 39 

8,060 33 

100 00 

602,195 61 

40 76 

108 34 

8,000 00 



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f90,720 84 
47,279 10 
80,000 00 
29,606 99 
16,600 00 
11,201 65 
46,616 86 
19,114 71 
80,778 67 
11,623 61 
9,792 76 
6,669 14 

633 69 

11,939 36 

9,246 66 

632 66 
16,891 65 

736 00 
10,000 00 
12,660 47 

160 00 

300 00 



Reformatory. 



State Police 

Expenses of State Prison, 

of State Reform School, 
of Nautical School, 
of Industrial School, 
" of Bridgewater Almshouse, 

AmounU carried fofward^ 



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(161,266 93 

115,616 64 

61,259 11 

2 90 

24,719 21 

40,194 47 



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(967,480 93 



772,134 69 



411.790 50 



(383,047 16 (2,141,406 02 



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[Jan. 



Amounts brought forward, 



Arrest of Fugitives, 

Agent for Discharged Convicts, 

Coroners' Accounts, 

Asylum for Discharged Female Prisonei*s, 



f383,047 16 f2.141,406 02 
2,120 71 
3,097 78 • 
1,641 27 
2,000 00 



891,^ 92 



JPublic Buildings. 

Monson Primary School, . . . . (1,649 40 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 
Bridgewater Workhouse, 
Industrial School for Girls, 



Taunton Lunatic Hospital, 
State Reform School, 
New Lunatic Hospital, . 
Bridgewater Normal School, 
Normal Art School, 



59,985 80 

652 73 

2,917 17 

47,937 07 

3,468 36 

299 33 

24,000 00 

2,596 30 



Miscellaneous. 

Sheriffs' Accounts, (436 96 

Weights and Measures, 720 00 

Corporation Tax, 899,376 59 

National Bank Tax 781,565 50 

Annual Insurance Tax, 418 33 

Great Fire m Boston, 49,836 38 

Museum of Zoology, 25,000 00 

Loan to Wright & Potter, .... 20,000 00 

Universal Exposition, 10,647 25 

Memorial Statues at Washington, . . . 6,565 75 

Constructionof Roads at Gay Head, . . 1,087 98 

Boston, Hartford & Erie R. R., law expenses, 2,000 00 

Experts, on insanity, 374 50 

Census Statistics, 250 00 

Electoral College, 179 25 

Gratuities, 1,450 00 



143^06 16 



1,799,908 49 



Interest. 

Interest on — 

Union Loan, f 177,330 00 

Bounty Loan, 431,997 50 

Coast Defence Loan, 43,900 00 

War Loan 50,247 12 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan, . . 427,492 01 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Loan, . 180,850 96 

Amounts carried forward, . . .f 1,311,817 59 f 4,476,727 59 



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Amounts brought forward. 
Hospital and State Prison Loan, 
State House Loan, . 
Almshouse Loan, . 
Harbor Improyemeut Loan, 
Deposits, 

Temporary Loan, 1872, . 
Back Bay Lands Loan, . 
Massachusetts Volunteers, 
Aminities, Martha Johonnot, 
State Tax paid in advance, 



f 1,31 1,817 69 14,476,727 59 
7,480 00 
8,126 00 
5,625 00 
11,600 00 
9,191 46 
796 11 
10,876 00 
170 19 
1,261 78 
1,077 43 



1,367,909 66 



Sundry Accounts. 



McCalmont Brothers & Co., .... (11,132 00 
Troy & Greenfield R. R. and Hoosac Tunnel, 27,120 24 
Preminm on Exchange Remitted, . 
Premium on Gold purchased. 
Improvements in Boston Harbor, . 
Kidder, Peabody & Co., Gold Account, 



89,691 66 

120,649 66 

12,024 81 

89,893 01 



Total Revenue Payments, 



349«811 37 
(6,194,448 62 



Payments in detail on Fund and Loan Accounts. 
Loans Paid: 



State House Loan of 1863, . 
Almshouse Loan of 1853, . 
Union Fund Loan, 



(65,000 00 

60,000 00 

293,600 00 



(418,600 00 



Income Mass. School Fund, . (89,891 62 
•• Agricultural College Fund, 22.389 32 
** Todd Normal School Fund, 98 60 



Educational Expenses 


• 


LX^,Uf9 Orfe 


Salaiy of Secretary Board of 


• 




Education, . . . . 


(3,400 00 




Travelling expenses of the Board, 


164 87 




Salaries Agents of the Board, . 


9,944 73 




Printing Secretary's Report, &c.. 


11,201 67 




Incidentals of the Board, . 


1,431 61 




Support of Nonnal Schools, 


49,784 96 




Aid to Pupils, . . .* . 


4,000 00 





Amounts carried forward, . (79,927 63 (530,879 34 (6,194,448 62 
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34 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Amounts brought forward, f 79,927 63 f 680,879 34 |6,194,448 62 
Normal School Buildings, . 
Teachers^ Institutes, . 
Mass. Teachers^ Association, 
County Teachers^ Associations, 
American Institute of Instruction, 
Interest on obligations of the 
Board, 



6,076 66 

8,000 00 

800 00 

160 00 

300 00 

6J580 80 



96,834 08 



Transactions with the Funds: 

Massachusetts School Fund, . f 108,674 26 

Agricultural College Fund, . 91,142 76 

Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, 60,000 00 
Troy and Greenfield Railroad 

Sinking Fund, . . . 689,409 09 
Boston, Haitford and Erie Rail- 
road Sinking Fund, . . 81,383 34 
Commissioners Public Lands 

Fund, 37^90 00 

Back Bay Lands Loan Sinking 

Fund, 26,000 00 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, . 66,000 00 
Union Loan Sinking Fund, . 1,063,61 1 60 
Coast Defence Loan Sinking 

Fund, 65,000 00 

Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, . 183,726 36 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital Fund, 83,769 94 

Harbor Compensation Fund, . 100,000 00 

War Loan Sinking Fund, . . 8,641 48 



2,668,798 70 



Miscellaneous Accounts: 

Interest on Norwich and Worces- 
ter Railroad Loan, . . . f 24,000 00 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad 
Sinking Fund, .... 10,000 00 

State Prison Building Fund, . 6,000 00 

Sales Back Bay Lands, . . 69,080 00 

Interest onBack Bay Land Notes, 41,767 86 

Notes and Mortgages Back Bay 
Lands 186,248 87 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad 

. and Hoosac Tunnel, . . 1,136,640 63 



Amounts carried forward, ilM'2J27 36 f 3,286,612 12 f 6,194,448 52 



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Amounts brought forward, f 1,462,727 85 #8,285,612 12 #6,194,448 62 
Harbor Compensation Fund, 

Commissioners' Account, . 90,088 67 
Massachusetts Volunteers, . . 368 00 

Commissioners State Prison, . 916 75 

1,664,096 77 

Total Funds Payments. . . 4,839,607 89 

Cash Balancej January i, 1874. 

For account of, — 

Union Loan, .... #8,000 00 
Norwich & Worcester Railroad, 

interest, 12,000 00 

Harbor Compensation Fund, . 1,273 26 

Massachusetts Volunteers,. . 47,065 29 

Income Mass. School Fund, . 89,082 93 

" Todd Normal School Fund, 737 00 

" Rogers Book Fund, . . 95 00 • 

" Agricultural College Fund, 5,403 00 

Retarned Allotments (Soldiers), 10 00 

Allotment Rolls (Soldiers), . 284 34 

Massachusetts School Fund, . 4,129 80 
Troy and Greenfield Railroad 

Sinking Fund, . . . 20,478 18 
Boston, Hartford and Erie Rail- 
road Sinking Fund, . . 15,406 86 
Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, 2,130 69 
Union Loan Sinking Fund, . 16,608 00 
War Loan Sinking Fund, . . 232 60 
Back Bay Lands Sinking Fund, 1,256 00 
Coast Defence Loan Sinking 

^"^d. 3,764 66 

Bomity Loan Sinking Fund, . 90,415 14 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, . 113 00 
Commissioners Public Lands 

^«™J 33,984 95 

Commissioners State Prison 

^^d. 4,083 25 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad 

and Hoosac Tunnel, . . 1,286,430 94 

Total Funds Balance, . . — #1,642,882 89 

Revenue Balance, 1,361,097 97 

Total Cash Balance, January 1, 1874, 3,003,980 86 

#14,088,037 27 



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(1.) Massachusetts School Fund. 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, tlf984 28 



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Receipts : 

For Town of Proyincetown, note paid, 

of North Chelsea, 

of Greenwich, 

of Everett, 

of Westborough, 

United States bonds sold, 

Massachusetts bonds paid, • 

Premium on United States bonds, 

^^ on Massachusetts bonds, 

"^ on Town of Everett note 

Town Forfeitures of Income, 1871 
•i u 1872 

Unexpended balance. Teachers^ Instit^s, 
Dividends from Insurance Policies, 



Payments : 

For Chelsea Bond purchased, 

Bridgewater Normal School Building, 
Town of Groton, restored forfeiture, 



#500 00 

6,000 00 

1,500 00 

12,600 00 

8,000 00 

80,000 00 

39,000 00 

4,481 25 

4,095 00 

1376 00 

1,891 84 

1368 24 

178 16 

36 83 



125,000 00 

78,500 00 

174 25 



106,419 82 



1 107,804 05 



103.674 25 



Cash balance, January 1, 1874, 

Present Investments : 

Hills Brothers note and mortgage, 
Obligation Board of Education, . 

Amounts carried forward. 



17.500 00 
58.000 00 



t4,129 80 



. t60.500 00 iiA29 80 



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Amounts brought forward^ 
City of Roxbury notes, . 
** of Boston bonds, . 
" of Chelsea bonds, . 
Town of Provincetown note, 
" of Adams bonds, 
" of Williamstown bonds, 
" of Brookline note, 
of Beverly notes, 
of Westborongh notes, 
of Wilbraham notes, 
of Dana notes, . 
of Orange notes, . 
of Holden notes, . 
of Enfield notes, . 
of Greenwich notes, 
of Essex notes, . 
of Webster notes, 
of Northampton notes 
of Needham notes, 
of Qoincy notes, 
of Templeton notes, 
of Reading notes, 
of Hopkinton notes, 
of Marshfield notes, 
of Newton notes, . 



State of Massachusetts Lanatic Hospl bonds, 

State House bonds, . 
T. & G. R. R. bonds. 
Back Bay Land bonds. 
Union Loan bonds, . 



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20,000 00 

10,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,600 00 

40,700 00 

32,200 00 

14,000 00 

30,000 00 

4,000 00 

8,000 00 

6,700 00 

25,000 00 

15,000 00 

14,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 

25,000 00 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

30,000 00 

78,000 00 

f 17,U00 00 
18,000 00 

311,000 00 
38,000 00 
20,000 00 



#4,129 80 



State of Maine bonds, 

Boston & Albany Railroad Stock, 10,787 shares. 



544,200 00 



Total Fund, 



404,000 00 

9,600 00 

1,095,235 75 

t2,l 17,665 55 



(2.) Todd formal School Fund. 

No transactions with this fund during the year. 
Present Investments : 



Town of Winthrop note, 

" of Plymouth " 
Cityoi Cambridge bonds. 
Total Fund, 



fl,100 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 



#12,100 00 



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(3.) Rogers Book Fund. 

No transacticns during the year. 

Present Investments : 
State of Maine bond, total fund, . • . • 



f 1,000 00 



(4,) Agricultural College Fund. 



Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 
Receipts : 

For United States bonds sold. 
Premium on same, . 



. 180.500 00 
10,067 40 



Payments : 

For City of Fall River notes, 
" of Chelsea bond. 
Town of Westborough note, 
" of Lee note, . 



Present Investments : 

Massachusetts, Troy & Greenfield Railroad 

bonds, ..... 

Massachusetts Bounty Loan bonds. 



State of Maine bonds, . 

City of Salem bonds, . 
" of Lynn bonds. 

Town of Milford bonds, 
of Plymouth notes, 
of Brighton notes, 
West Roxbury notes, 
Westborough notes, 
Lee notes, 

City of Chelsea notes, . 

County of Hampden notes, 

aty of Fall River notes. 



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f 50,000 00 

25,000 00 

12,000 00 

4,142 75 



f8,000 00 
16,000 00 



f55,000 00 
25,000 00 
14,200 00 
6,724 65 
10,000 00 
80,000 00 
12,000 00 
4,142 75 
25,000 00 
50.000 00 
50,000 00 



(575 35 



90,667 40 
191,142 75 



191,142 75 



(24,000 00 
4,000 00 



332,067 40 



Total Funds, 



(360,067 40 



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(5.) Harbor Compensation Fund. 

Cash on hand Januaiy 1, 1873, ... 

Rectipts : 

Of the following parties for tide-water displaced, &c., — 

(119 43 

1,899 21 

68 17 

713 84 

3,691 50 

71,837 93 

70 73 

10 00 

73 13 

189 67 

189 81 

3 80 

625 00 

6,025 00 

75 00 

805 62 

2 61 

22 60 

28 50 

6 75 



Fitchbarg Railroad Company, 

Boston Gas-Light Company, . 

Nathaniel Winsor, .... 

Boston and Maine Railroad Company, 

Darid Cbapin and others,. 

City of Boston, .... 

Letherbee Brothers, 

Owners of Damon-s Wharf, . 

A. H. WhitJiker 

A. and A. R. Whitaker, . 

J. F. Paul & Co., .... 

W. G. Colbam, for interest collected, 

David Snow, 

Lowell Railroad Company, . 
Malachi Clark, .... 
Magee Farnace Company, 
City of Chelsea, .... 
Proprietors T Wharf, . 
FitchbuTg Railroad Company, 
Town of Medford, .... 
West Roxbory, six months^ interest on note, 
1100,000 



(11,430 06 



3,500 00 



89,843 20 



Payments : 
For Town of West Roxbury notes. 

Cash Balance Janaary 1, 1874, 
Present Investments : 

Town of West Roxbury note. 



(101,273 26 



100,000 00 
(1,273 26 



100,000 00 



Total Fmid, (101,273 26 



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[Jan. 



(6.) jAlmshouse Loan Sinking Fund. 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, ... 
Receipts: 

For Town of Plymouth note, 



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of Quincy note, 
of Reading note, . 
" of Essex note, 
For State of Maine bonds, 
For Massachusetts Bounty Loan bonds, 
For interest during the year. . 



Payments: 
For Almshouse Loan bonds, due in 1873, paid. 

Cash balance January 1, 1874, 

Present Investments: 

City of Boston bonds, gold, .... 

Town of North Chelsea note. 

Town of Sharon note, 



Massachusetts State House bonds, . 

'* Lunatic Hospital bonds, . 

State of Connecticut bonds, fliOOO, cost. 



t5,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

5386 49 



110,000 00 
3,937 60 
3,000 00 

tl4,000 00 
8,000 00 



t244 20 



61386 49 
t62,130 69 



60,000 00 



t2,130 69 



Total Fund, 



16,937 60 



22,000 00 
850 00 

#41,918 29 



(7.) Troy and Chreenfield Hailroad Sinking Fund. 



Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 

Receipts : 

For United States coupon bonds sold, . 
" " registered bonds sold, 

State of New Hampshire bonds sold, 
Premium on U. S. bonds sold, . 
Moiety of sales Back Bay Lands, 1873, 
Back Bay Land notes paid, 1873, . 
Sale of Lands, &c., by Harbor Commas, 



t22,076 24 



117,600 00 

10,000 00 

17,000 00 

4,305 93 

29,640 00 

100,000 00 

2,419 25 



Amounts carried forward^ 



. 1180,765 18 122,076 24 



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For Balance of War Loan Sinking Fund, 
Balance of Union Loan Sinking Fund, . 
Income of Debt Extinguishment Fund, . 
** of War Loan Sinking Fund, 

of Back Bay Lands Sinking Fund, 
of Union Loan Sinking Fund, . 
of Troy and Greenfield Railroad 
Sinking Fund, 
Town of West Brookfield note paid, 
of Beverly note paid, . 
of Quincy note paid, . 
of Hamilton note paid, 



Payments : 

For Town of West Roxbury notes, 
" of Bedford notes, . 

of Stockbridge bonds,! 15,000, <^ost, 
of South Hadley notes, 
of Holyoke notes, . 
of Essex notes, 
of Arlington notes, 
of Med ford notes, . 
of Scituate notes, . 
of Beverly notes, . 
of Adams bonds, (25,000, cost, 
of Holyoke notes, . 
of Marblehead notes, 
of Hamilton notes. 
City of Lynn notes, . 

The following transferred from Union Loan 



(180,765 18 
3,541 48 

130,611 50 
18,555 00 
66,831 63 
12,177 97 

167,083 04 

93,245 23 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 



(22,076 24 



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Town of Waltham bonds, 
" of Wobum notes, . 
of West Boylston notes, 
of Beverly notes, . 



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20,000 00 
23,000 00 
40,000 00 



The following securities transferred from 
the Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, — 
Town of Plymouth notes, . (5,000 00 



" of Beverly notes, . 

" of Quincy notes, . 

*" ofReading notes,. 
State of Maine bonds, 
Mass. Bounty Loan bonds. 



Amounts carried forward, 
6 



10,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 



(150,000 00 
20,000 00 
13,685 00 
60.000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
5,000 00 
15,000 00 
40,000 00 
22,330 00 
20,000 00 
40,000 00 
3,000 00 
50,000 00 



158,000 00 



46,000 00 



687,811 03 
(709,887 27 



(688,015 00 (709,887 27 



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[Jan. 



Amounts brought forward^ 
Paid Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund for 

amount erroneously credited. 
Paid back interest on Back Bay Land Loan, 

erroneously credited, 

Accrued Interest on Securities purchased, 



Cash Balance, January 1, 1874, 



Present Investments : 

State of Connecticut bonds, . 
" of Maine bonds, 
" of Rhode Island bonds, . 

Massachusetts Troy & Green- 
field R. R. Loan bonds, 
Mass. Bounty Loan bonds. 



f26,000 00 
31,000 00 
30,000 00 



f 48,900 00 
10,000 00 



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of Charlestown bonds, }4,000, cost, 
of Roxbury bonds, . 
" of Somerville bonds, 
Town of Holyokc bonds, cost, f 125,000, 

of Greenfield bonds, 

of Hingham, f 10,000, cost, . 

of Adams bonds, f 25,000, cost, 

of Stockbridge bonds, } 15,000, cost, 

of Adams notes, . 

of Marblehead notes, ., 

of West Brookfield notes, 

of Beverly notes, . 

of Hamilton notes, 

of Brookfield, 

of riolyoke notes, 

of Watertown notes, . 

of Medwav notes, 

of Dartmouth notes, 

of Maiden notes, . 

of Lexington notes, 

of Winthrop notes, 

of Amherst notes, 

of Quincy notes, . 

of Rochester notes, 

of Rutland notes, . 

of Spencer notes, . 

Amounts carried forward^ 



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750 00 



25 00 
619 09 



f87,000 00 



58,900 00 

f 162,875 00 
3,600 00 
2,000 00 

61,500 00 
121,750 00 

10,000 00 
8,970 00 

22,330 00 

13,500 00 
129,900 00 

55,000 00 

6,000 00 

145,000 00 

5,000 00 

15,000 00 
105,000 00 

13,768 00 
4,000 00 
6,000 00 

17,500 00 
5,000 00 
4,900 00 

20,000 00 

25,000 00 
6,000 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 .00 



689,409 09 
f20,478 18 



145,900 00 



f 999,593 00 f 166,378 18 



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Amounts brought forward. 
Town of Oakham notes, . 
" of Brighton notes, 
" of Winchester notes, • 
" of Hardwiek notes, 
" of West Springfield notes, 

of Westborough, . 

of Framingham, . 

of West Roxbury notes, 

of Bedford notes, . 

of Hadlej notes, . 

of Plymouth notes, 

of Reading notes, 

of Essex notes, 

of Arlington notes, 

of Medford notes, 

of Scituatc notes, . 



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of Waltham notes, 

of Wobiim notes, 

of West Boylston notes. 
County of Dukes County notes. 
City of Lynn notes, 

Back Bay Lands notes undivided. 
Total Fund, . 



(999,593 00 

3,600 00 

38,000 00 

10,000 00 

16,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

160,000 00 

20,000 00 

60,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

16,000 00 

3,000 00 

76,000 00 

20,000 00 

23,000 00 

2,400 00 

60,000 00 



f 166,378 18 



1,536,493 00 
52,285 58 



J 1,755,156 76 



(8.) Boston^ Hartford & Erie R. R Sinking Fund. 



Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 

Receipts : 

For Town of Westport, note paid, . 

State of New Hampshire bonds paid, 
Income for the year 1873, 



Payments: 

For Town of Oakham note, . 
of Stoneham note, . 
of Revere note, 
of West Springfield note, 
of Winchester note, 
of Lee bonds, {10,000, cost, 



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13,000 00 
49,887 68 



?7,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
16,000 00 
30,000 00 
9,333 34 



Cash balance January 1, 1874 (carried forward). 



1 33,051 62 



63,687 68 
196,739 20 



81,333 34 
f 15,405 86 



44 TREASUKER'S REPORT. 


[Jan. 


Amount brought forward, . 


... 


1 15,405 86 


Present Investments: 






Town of Beverly notes, 


. t20,000 00 




" of Brookline notes, .... 


67,800 00 




*' of Adams notes, 


80,000 00 




" of Edgartown notes, .... 


10,000 00 




" . of Newton notes, 


50,000 00 




" of Westport notes, .... 


13,600 00 




" of Lexington notes, .... 


20,000 00 


• 


" of Medway notes. 


5,000 00 




" of Wakefield notes, 


19,600 00 




** of Hadley notes, .... 


. 26,000 00 




'* of Oakham notes, .... 


7,000 00 




" of Stoneham notes, .... 


10,000 00 




" of Revere notes, .... 


10,000 00 




" of West Springfield notes, , 


15,000 00 




" of Winchester notes, . 


30,000 00 




" of Lee bonds, f 10,000, . 


9,100 00 




City of Charlestown bonds, f 32,000, cost, 


. 29,285 00 




" of Fall River bonds, f 26,000, cost, . 


23.461 11 




" of Somerville bonds, . . . , 


55,000 00 




" of Lynn bonds, f 4,000, cost, . 


3,400 00 




County of Berkshire note, 


70,000 00 


523,246 11 






State of Maine bonds, 1255,000 cost, . 


. 1249*2^0 00 




State of New Hampshire bonds, . 


. 10,000 00 


259,250 00 






Total Fund, 


1 • . 


f797,901 97 



(9.) N'orvoich & Worcester H. H. Sinking Fund. 

Cash in Commissioners^ hands January 1, 1873, . . (447 11 

Beceipts : 

For annual payment from Norwich and Wor- 
cester Railroad, f 10,000 00 

For Income during the year, .... 23,474 08 

33,474 08 



Payments : 

For United States, 1881, registered bonds, . 
Premium paid on same, .... 
Expenses Commissioners, &c.,73 and 74, 



(33,921 19 



(28,000 00 
4,<36 87 
1,100 00 



33,836 87 



Cash Bal. in Corners' hands Jan. 1, 1874 {carried for'' d). 



(84 32 



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Amount brought forward, ... . . (84 32 
Present Investments: 

United States, 1881, registered bonds, .... 364,000 00 



Total Fund, J864,084 82 



(10.) Commissioners on Pvblic Lands Fund. 

Gash on hand January 1, 1873, ... (291 25 

Receipts : 

For Back Bay Land notes paid, . (41,743 70 

Moiety of sales Back Bay Lands, . . 29,540 00 







f x,^o«j « V 


Payments : 


(71,574 95 


For compensation, Franklin Haven, CommY, 
" S. D. Warren, CommV, . 


(710 00 
325 00 




E. C. Purdy, Oerk and 
Commissioner, . 


1,555 00 




Amoimt paid Commis^ers Filling Lands, 


35,000 00 


37,590 00 
(33,984 95 


Cash balance Jannary 1, 1874, 


. • 


Investments : 






Amount Back Bay Land notes undivided, 

• 


'Sinking F 


120,454 86 


Total Fund, 


(154,439 81 


(11.) Bac^ Bay Lands i 


und. 


Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 


• . 


(25,255 00 



Receipts : 
For Town of Billerica note paid, 2,000 00 



Payments : 

For Massachusetts Back Bay Land bond 

purchased, (1,000 00 

For City of Chelsea note, .... 25,000 00 



(27,255 00 



26,000 00 



Cash balance January 1, 1874 (carried forward)^ (1.255 00 



46 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Amount brought forward, ... . . f 1,265 00 

Present Investments: 

Town of Billerica note, |2,000 00 

" of Beverly note, 10,000 00 

City of Chelsea note, 26,000 00 

" of Roxbury bonds, f 2,000, cost, . . 1,870 00 

38,870 00 

Massachusetts Troy & Greenfield R. R. bonds, f 35,000 00 

Back Bay Land bonds, . , 101,000 00 

136,000 00 

StateofMainebonds,f 45,000, cost, .... 43,87600 

Total Fund, f 220,000 00 



(12.) Debt Extinguishment Fund. 
Receipts: 

For sale of 437 shares Boston & Albany Railroad stock, f 65,113 00 

Payments : 
For redemption of Massachusetts State House bonds, . 65,000 00 

Cash balance, January 1, 1874, J113 00 

Present Investments: 

Boston & Albany Railroad stock, 1,637 shares, . . . 243,913 00 
Total Fund f 244,026 00 



(13.) Union Loan Sinking Fund. 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, .... . . f 12,508 00 

Receipts : 

For United States bonds sold. 

Premium on same, .... 
State of New Hampshire bonds paid. 
Town of Sunderland note paid, 
" of Framingham note paid, . 
of Brookline note paid, 
of North Brookfield note paid. 
The following sold and transferred to Troy 

& Greenfield Railroad Sinking Fund :~ 
For Town of Waltham notes, . f 75,000 00 
** of Wobum notes, . 20,000 00 



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1729,000 00 

130,611 50 

14,000 00 

2,000 00 

6,000 00 

25,000 00 

3,000 00 



Amounts carHed forward, . f 95,000 OQ |909,611 50 f 12,608 00 



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Amounts brought forward, .f 95,000 00 f 909 ,611 60 
For Town of West Boylston notes, 23,000 00 
" of Beverly notes, . 40,000 00 

158,000 00 



N. B.— Income credited to Troy & Greenfield Railroad 
Sinking Fund. 

Payments : 

For Town of Ilolyoke notes, . 
•' of Arlington notes, 
" of Natick notes, . 
** of West Roxbury notes, 
of Brookline, 
of Beverly, . . . 
of South Hadley notes, 
of Leominster notes, 
of West Boylston notes, 
of North Brookfield notes, 
of Wobum notes, . 
of Waltham notes, 
Coanty of Hampden notes,' . 
Redemption of Union Loan bonds, 
Premium on United States bonds sold, trans- 
ferred to Troy & Greenfield Railroad Sink- 
ing Fund, 180,611 50 

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Cash balance January 1, 1874, .... 

Present Investments : 

Massachusetts Union Loan 6 per cent, bonds, (755,000 00 

" 5 per cent, bonds, 280,000 00 



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42,000 00 
15,000 00 

100,000 00 
25,000 00 
40,000 00 
15,000 00 

150,000 00 
23,000 00 
3,000 00 
20,000 00 
75,000 00 
75,000 00 

300,000 00 



State of New Hampshire bonds. 

City of Lynn bonds, 

Town of Somerville, 

of Sunderland notes, 
of Newton notes, 
of Fitchburg notes, 
of Plymouth notes, 
of Brookline notes, 
of Brighton notes, 
of Framingham notes, 
of Arlington notes, 
of Natick notes, . 
of West Roxbury, 

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28,000 00 

6,000 00 

60,000 00 

150,000 00 

10,000 00 

30,000 00 

10,0C0 00 

4,000 00 

42,000 00 

15,000 00 

1(X),000 00 



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1,067,611 50 
1 1,080,1 19 50 



1,063,611 50 
(16,508 00 



985,000 00 
2,992 00 



J655,000 00 1987,992 00 



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Town of South Hadlej notes, 
of Leominster notes, 
of Holyoke notes, 
City of Springfield notes, 
County of Essex notes, . 
" of Berkshire notes, 
'* of Hampden notes, 



1655,000 00 

16,000 00 
150,000 00 

50,000 00 
100,000 00 

50,000 00 
105,000 00 

75,000 00 



[Jan. 

1987,992 00 



Note Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Corporation, se- 
cured by mortgage, land now in possession of State, . 



1.200,000 00 
545,505 00 



Total Fund, . .' f 2,750,005 00 



(14.) Coast Defence Loan SinTcing Fund. 



Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 
Receipts : 

For Town of Framingham, note paid, . 
of Westfield, note paid, 
of West Newbury, note paid, 
of Townsend, note paid, 

Income during the year. 



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15,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 

29,986 81 



Payments: 

For City of Chelsea note. 
Town of Milford note. 



Cash balance January 1, 1874, 

Present Investments: 



City of Fall River bonds, 
" of Chelsea note, . 

Town of Westfield note, 

of Northborough note, 
of West Newbury note, 
of Newbury note, 
of Northampton note, 
of Beverly note, . 
of Nantucket note, 
of Revere note, . 



52,936 81 
168,764 66 



125,000 00 
40,000 00 



65,000 00 
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25,000 00 
50,000 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 

9,000 00 



Amounts carried forward. 



. ♦255,000 00 



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Amounts brought forward, . . . f 255,000 00 f 3,764 66 

Town of Milford note, 40,000 00 

" of Lee bonds, f 10,000, cost, . . 9,500 00 

County of Berkshire note, .... 25,000 00 



329,500 00 

Massachusetts Coast Defence bonds, (5,000, cost, . . 4,950 00 

State ofRhode Island bonds, . . . (86,000 00 

State of Maine bonds, (80,000, cost, . . 79,762 50 
SUte of Vermont bonds, .... 3,00000 



168,762 50 



Total Fond (506.977 16 

(15.) War Loan Sinking Fund. 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, (8,774 08 

No Receipts: 

Income credited to Troy & Greenfield Rail- 
road Sinking Fund. 



Payments: 

For amount in excess of (1,000,000 transferred 
to Troy & Greenfield R. R. Sinking Fund, . (3,541 48 

For amount loaned to Commissioners for 
bailding State Prison, .... 5,000 00 



8^41 48 



Cash balance January 1, 1874, .... (23260 



Present Investments : 

Boston and Albany Railroad Stock, 5,918 shares, . . 881,782 00 

Town of Brookline notes, .... (58,00000 
" of Brighton notes, .... 55,000 00 



118,000 00 

Commissioners on building State Prison, Loan, . . 5,000 00 

Total Fond (1,000,014 60 

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[Jan. 



(16.) Bounty Loan SinJcing Fund. 

N. B. — ^This Fund was over-invested in the year 1872. 
¥3633^-^6 to be deducted from amount of receipts in 1878. 



lieceipts: 

For Town of West Roxbury notes, paid, 
^ of Med way notes, paid, . 
of Winchendon notes, paid, 
of Rockport notes, paid, 
of Randolph notes, paid, 
of Easthampton notes, paid, 
of Peabody notes, paid, . 
of Melrose notes, paid, . 
of Winchendon notes, paid, 
of Franklin notes, paid, . 
of Marblehead notes, paid. 

Back Bay Land notes, paid, . 

Income during the year, . 



(( 



C( 



(t 



u 



u 



cc 



(( 



#25,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
4,000 00 
10,000 00 
6,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
6,000 00 
44.505 17 

200,471 78 



Deduct 


ver-investment, 1872, as above, 


• * . 


36335 46 




#274,141 49 


Payments : 






For Town of Sandisfield bonds, . 


. #10,000 00 




M 


of Otis bonds. 


8,000 00 




(( 


of Tolland bonds, . 


. 10,000 00 




«t 


of Lee bonds, #30,000 cost, . 


. 26360 00 




(C 


of West Springfield note, 


3,000 00 




i( 


of Somerset note, . 


6,000 00 




C( 


of Peabody note, . 


10,000 00 




i( 


of Franklin note, . 


6,000 00 




C( 


of Winchester note. 


20,000 00 




(( 


of Lee bonds, #10,000, cost, . 


9,200 00 




cc 


of Stockbridge bonds, #10,000 


,cost, 9,241 67 





#117,291 67 
Paid Interest accrued on bonds purchased, . 1,321 68 
Boston & Albany R. R. Stock purchased 
and transferred from Debt Extinguish- 
ment Fund, 437 shares, cost . . 65,113 00 



Cash balance January 1, 1874, 

Present Investments: 

Boston & Albany Railroad Stock, 6,773 shares. 
Notes and mortgages Back Bay Lands, undivided, . 

Amount carried forward^ ... 



183,726 35 
#90,416 14 



623,539 25 
314,141 25 

. #1,028,095 64 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



51 



Amcuni bnntgkt forward^ 


• • 


(1,028,095 64 


Town of Groton notes, .... 


(8,000 00 




** of Easthampton notes. 


24,000 00 




** of Amherst notes, . . . , 


42,000 00 




** of Clinton notes, .... 


20,000 00 




** of Peabody notes. 


82,000 00 




** of Franklin notes. 


9,000 00 




•• of Melrose notes, 


15,000 00 




** of Melrose bonds, 150,000, cost, . 


47,750 00 




" of Orange notes, .... 


9,000 00 




** of Maiden notes, . . 


40,000 00 




» of Maiden bonds, (50,000, cost, . 


47,750 00 




*' of Marblehead notes, . . . . 


45,000 00 




" of Blackstone notes, . . . . 


42.000 00 




" of Winchester notes, . . . , 


25,000 00 




" of Winchendon notes, . 


8,000 00 




" of Medway notes, . . . , 


. 12,000 00 




'* of Ashby notes, .... 


8,000 00 




** ofWebster notes, . 


. 15,000 00 




** of Rockport notes, 


41,000 00 




"" of Wakefield notes, 


. 10,000 00 




" of Truro notes, .... 


2.500 00 


• 


** of Freetown notes. 


5,000 00 




" of Beverly notes, .... 


10,000 00 




" of West Springfield notes, . 


29,000 00 




** of Adams notes, .... 


. 100,000 00 




- *' of Wenham notes, 


6,000 00 




** of Belchertown notes, . 


20,000 00 




** of Hudson notes, .... 


40,000 00 




"■ ofScitnate notes, . 


80,000 00 




** of Hubbardston notes, . 


6,000 00 




** of Spencer notes, 


. 40,000 00 




•* of Harwich notes. 


. 10,000 00 




*" of Ashland notes, .... 


20,000 00 




" of Berlin notes, . . ^ . 


20,000 00 




** of Rutland notes, 


5,000 00 




•• of Revere notes, .... 


8,000 00 




** of Oakham notes. 


7,000 00 




** of Hopkinton notes. 


50,000 00 




•• of West Roxbury notes. 


10,000 00 




** of Randolph notes, . . . . 


85,000 00 




** of Holbrook notes, 


15,000 00 




*^ of Pittsfield notes, . . . . 


40,000 00 




" of Essex notes, .... 


10,000 00 « 




" of Hadley notes, .... 


45,000 00 




** of Duxbary notes. 


, 45,000 00 




"' of Somerset notes. 


6,000 00 





AmoufUi carried forward^ 



(1,110,000 00 (1,028,095 64 



52 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amounts brought forward. 
Town of Medford bonds, 150,000, cost, 

of Holyoke bonds, |50,000, cost, 

of Sandisfield bonds, . 

of Otis bonds, 

of Tolland bonds, 

of Lee bonds, t^«000, cost, . 

of Stockbridge bonds, fi 0,000, cost. 
City of Cambridge bonds, 121,000, cost, 
of Lynn bonds, t3,000, cost, . 
of Taunton bonds, .... 
of Taunton bonds, .... 
of Fitchburg note, .... 



M 



U 



«( 



C( 



C( 



U 



CC 



(4 



(( 



u 



fl,110,000 00 fl,028,095 64 
47,750 00 
46,750 00 
10,000 00 

8,000 00 
10,000 00 
36,050 00 

9,241 67 
19,362 77 

2,670 00 
20^00 00 
45,000 00 
50,000 00 



1,415,324 44 



Massachusetts, Troy & Greenfield R. B. bonds, tl9>750 00 

Coast Defence bonds, . . 41,000 00 

Bounty Loan bonds, . . 43,000 00 

State House Loan bonds, . 40,000 00 



C( 



ct 



State of Bhode Island bonds, 
of Connecticut bonds, . 
of Maine bonds, . 
of New Hampshire note. 



u 



u 



(I 



1310,000 00 

15,000 00 

10,000 00 

100,000 00 



143,750 00 



435,000 00 



Total Fund, f 3,022,170 OfiT 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



53 



SCHBDULE OF NOTES FOR BaCK BaY LaIH^S, JaN. 1, 1874. 



Franklin Evans, 8 notes, 
Franklin Erans, 15 notes, 
Franklin Evans, 12 notes, 

E. D. Jordan; 8 notes, . 
£. D. Jordan, 21 notes, . 
£. D. Jordzui, 3 notes, . 
£. B. Jordan, 3 notes, . 



Geo. Wheatland, Jr., 3 notes 
Geo. Wheatland, Jr., 3 notes 
Geo. Wheatland, Jr., 6 notes 
Geo. Wheatland, Jr., 18 notes 

S. H. Whitwell, 1 note, . 
S. EL Whitwell, 1 note, . 

James Eaton, 2 notes, . 
James Eaton, 6 notes, 

Chas W. Freeland (T. R.), 3 

notes, .... 
Chas. W. Freeland (T. J. L.) 

6 notes, 
Chas. W. Freeland (D. F.) 

10 notes, 
Chas. W. Freeland (N. C. M.) 

6 notes, 
Chas. W. Freeland, 12 notes 

E. W, Cutler, 6 notes, . 
William Thomas, 1 note, 

F. H. Moore, 1 note, 
S. G. Palmer, 1 note, 
Nathan Morse, 1 note, . 

G. M. Gil)8on, 2 notes, . 



dated Nov. 26, 1866, ^3,574 20 
" Oct. 6, 1871, 44,109 00 
Mar. 2, 1872, 27,797 40 



u 
ii 
It 
(( 

44 
U 
44 



44 



14 



Oct, 26, 1865, f 18,942 00 
Nov. 26, 1866, 32,155 20 
Apr. 10, 1869, 21,150 00 
Oct. 30, 1869, 6,652 80 



Apr. 30, 1869, f 5,733 00 

Mar. 7, 1871, 3,675 00 

Oct 5, 1871. 16,992 00 

Mar. 2, 1872, 33,757 60 



** Dec. 27, 1870, f 4,357 50 
" Mar. 7, 1871, 2,450 00 



" Apr. 9, 1863, f 4,855 50 
" Oct. 5,1871, ^.9:0 80 



May 19, 1864, ?4,536 00 
May 19, 1864. 9.072 00 



" Oct. 26, 1865, 10386 40 

" Tept. 11, 1866, 7,182 00 
•* Sept. 11, 1866, 14,112 00 



41 


Oct. 26,1865, 


44 


Apr. 30, 1869, 


44 


July 12, 1869, 


»C 


July 12, 1869. 


41 


July 12, 1869, 


44 


Oct. 5, 1871, 



(75,480 60 



78,900 00 



60,157 50 



6,807 50 



13,776 30 



45,788 40 
12,187 32 
1,260 00 
1,176 00 
1,225 00 
1,225 00 
5,913 60 



AmoufU carried forward, |303,897 22 



54 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward. 



dated 



Bezar Thayer, 2 notes, . 
Leopold Morse, 2 notes, 
Alfred M. Adams, 1 note, 
D. B. Flint, 1 note, 

D. B. Flint, 2 notes. 
Steams & Luce, 6 notes, 
A. Lawrence Mason, 3 notes, 
James Dana, 2 notes, . 
Moses Colby, 2 notes, . 
W. T. Hart, 1 note, 

E. T. Burr and B. F. Brown 
8 notes, 

Chas. A. Wood, 6 notes, 
J. B. Pickett, 2 notes, . 
Frederic Pope, 3 notes, . 
J. F. Harris, 3 notes, 

F. S. Grand D'Hautrille, 1 note, 
H. S. Crowninshield, 2 notes 
Henry Baldwin, 3 notes, 
H. F. Walling, 3 notes, . 
S. Loaise Hubbell, 2 notes, 
R. D. Eyans, 2 notes, . 
Samuel W. Brown, Jr., 3 notes, " 
J. T. Ellis, 2 notes, 
Henry Holton et ate., 3 notes 
J. M. Ellis, 2 notes, 

G. W. Weld and R. Baker, Jr. 
2 notes. 



(« 

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C( 

tt 
t( 

(4 
t( 



(t 



«i 



tt 



u 



ct 



u 



tc 



t( 



ct 



tt 



(t 



tt 



ct 



ct 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 



30, 1869, 
6, 1871, 
6, 1871, 

30, 1869, 

6. 1870, 

6. 1871, 
7, 1871, 

6. 1870, 

7. 1871, 
7, 1871, 

7, 1871, 

7. 1871, 

2. 1872, 
6, 1871, 
6, 1871, 
5, 1871, 

6. 1871, 

2. 1872, 
2, 1872, 
2, 1S72, 
2, 1872, 
2, 1872, 
2, 1872, 
2, 1872, 
2, 1872, 



Mar. 2,1872, 



1303,897 22 
2,352 00 
2,956 80 
1,612 80 
1,176 00 
2,450 00 
16,855 20 
8,716 00 
2,362 00 
3,091 20 
6,000 00 

8,668 00 

19,141 20 

8,763 20 

13,305 60 

11,196 70 

2,832 87 

6,710 00 

9,628 00 

4,636 80 

11,962 00 

3,696 00 

4,737 60 

S,290 00 

18,104 00 

8,148 00 

. 11,814 00 



The foregoing notes belong to the following Funds : — 
Troy & Greenfield Railroad Sinking Fund, . 
Commissioners Public Lands Fund, .... 
Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, 



#486,881 69 

162,286 60 
120,464 86 
814,141 25 



#486,881 69 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUAIENT— No. 5 



55 



STATEMENT 



Of sums unpaid January 1, 1874 ^ on Warrants and Rolls received 
in the Treasury during the year 1873. See Acts of 1858^ Chap. 
U Sect. 4. 



Ko.or 


No. of 








Warrtnt. 


Roll. 


PKBSON OS COBPORATIOHS. 


Amount. 


Total. 






Military Accounts. 








71 


Battles, J. A., 


(26 00 






147 


Bradford, Isaac, . 






1 76 






148 


Bennink, A. W., . 






1 76 






149 


Brine, Geo. R., 






1 76 




• 


150 
151 


Butler, Edward, , 
Coveny, J. W., 






1 76 
1 76 






152 


Caldwell, Wm., . 






1 76 


■ 




154 


Holmes, J. A., 






1 76 






156 


Hovey, D. R , 






1 76 






159 


Moore, Charles, 






1 76 






160 


Maeormac, B. J., . 






1 76 




161 


Metzger, Jos., 






1 76 






163 


Porter, J. L., . 






1 75 


» 




165 


Snow, J. A. L., 






1 75 






174 


Caswell, Herbert, . 






6 00 






175 


Drury, Lyman A., . 
Divall, Wra. C , . 






7 00 






176 






3 00 






179 


Goodrich, Geo. E , . 






6 00 






180 


Green, Henry G., . 






6 00 






182 


Kendal], Edmund S., 






7 00 






183 


May, James, . 






6 00 






184 


Mellen, Edward P., 






7 00 






185 


Morse, Herbert 0., 






6 00 






186 


Mann, Henry A., . 






3 60 






189 


Pierce, Chsis. D., . 






4 00 






190 


Searle, John F., . 






3 '60 






191 


Stoddard, John H., 






7 00 






192 


Sawyer, Wm. H., . 






3 00 






193 


Tenney, Chas. A., . 






3 00 






194 


Winch, Wm. J., . 






6 00 






196 


Walcott, Geo W., . 






3 60 






202 


Peirson, Geo H., . 






3 60 






206 


Ellis, Jacob M., . 






7 20 






213 


Pindar, Albert, 






2 00 






214 


Torsey, James M., 






2 00 






216 


Williams, J. S., 






4 00 






216 


Brown, R. B., 






2 00 






Carried forward. 


m 


• 


(161 06 





56 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Stateuent — Continned. 



No. Of 


No. of 












PKB80H OX CORPOBATIOMS. 


Amoant 


Total. 


Warrant. 


KoU. 












Brought forward^ , 


tl51 05 






217 


Leahy, Timothy, .... 


2 00 






218 


Gate, J. M., . 








8 00 






219 


Hall, Alfred J., . 








2 00 






220 


Richardson, C. II., 








2 00 






221 


TiIlon,Chas F., . 








2 00 






222 


EUswoith. John, Jr., 








2 00 






223 


Bartlett, Edwin W., 








2 00 






224 


Thompson, Henry M., 








2 00 






225 


Dow, Frank A., 








2 00 






226 


Mi-Dermott, Owen, 








2 00 




' 


234 


Dailey, \Vm., 








230 00 






236 


Jones, £d. J., 








9 00 






240 


Bolster, S. A , 








18 (M) 






241 


Giiman, F. L., 






* 


18 00 












f447 a3 










MilUia Bounty, 








95 


Sherman, E. J., . 


f 44 00 






07 


Jones, Ed. J., 








30 00 






98 


Usher, U. G., . 








22 00 






108 


In oral Is, Wm., 








22 00 






119 


Phillips, Henry M., 








15 00 






121 


Howland, Chas. W., 








1 44 






122 


Quint, Alonzo II., . 








1 24 






125 


Griffith, Thos. B., . 








7 50 






130 


Vaughn, Cyrus M., 








2 00 






132 


Brayton, Thos. L., 








2 00 






134 


Howland, Chas. W., 








2 00 






136 


Goddard, Benj. F., 








7 50 






137 


Hart, Jas. W., 








7 50 






138 


Whitnev, Chas. C, 








7 50 






139 


Finan, b. F., . 








7 50 


■ 




140 


Stnichan, Wm. M., 








7 50 






141 


I^)gan, L J., . 








7 50 






142 


Fitzpatrick, E. H., 








7 .50 






144 


Macdonald, Jas. A., 








7 50 






146 


Madden, Hugh A., 








2 00 






147 


Ball, Oscar, . 








2 00 






167 


Ciiley, Oran G., 








7 50 






158 


Cohnan, E. C, 








7 60 






159 


Osgood, Ed. A., 








7 60 






160 


Fox, Chas. E., 








7 00 






161 


Bemis, Orlando,' . 








7 00 






178 


Parsons, Jos. B., . 








2 00 






179 


Giiman, H. G., 








2 00 






180 


Clark, E P 








2 00 






181 


Capron, Eugene D., 








2 00 






182 


Pai'sons, Jos. D., . 








2 0:> 






183 


Stickney, Horatio G., . 








2 00 






Carried forward^ . 


1261 68 


1447 05 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



57 



Statement — Continaed. 



io.or 


No. of 


PKXSOH OS COBPOBATIOKS. 


Amonnt 


Total. 


Wttnnt 


Roll. 












Brought forward, . 


t261 68 


|447 05 




184 


Clark, David, .... 


2 00 


• 




185 


TJiaj-er, John W., . 
Gaftney, Chas., 




2 00 




1 


186 




2 00 






187 


Company B, Springfield, 




32 00 






188 


" C, Amherst, . 




82 00 






190 


•• J, Shelbume, 




82 00 






191 


'* K, Holyoke, . 




14 00 






193 


Hart, Jos. W., 




4 00 






194 


Whitney, Chas. C, 




4 00 






195 


Sargent, Geo. W., . 




2 00 






196 


Davis, Jas. L., 




4 00 






197 


Littlefield, Chas. H., . 




4 00 






198 


West, Thos. E., 




4 00 






199 


Warren, Chas. H., . 




4 00 






206 


Company H, Lowell, . 




62 00 






207 


" I, Lawrence, 




64 00 






219 


Wellinoix)n, Austin C, . 




4 00 






220 


Frost, Wm. S., . . . 




4 00 






221 


Whitney, T.D, . 




4 00 






222 


Torrey," Robert, 




4 00 






225 


Company D, Boston, . 




82 00 






229 


May, James, .... 




7 50 






232 


Morse, Herbert 0., 




7 50 






233 


llildreth, W. H., . 




7 50 






234 


Eager, Fred. W. . 




2 00 






338 


May, James, .... 




2 00 






340 


Morse, H. 0., 




2 00 






341 


Eager, F. W., . . . 




2 00 






342 


Linnell, F. M., 




2 00 






344 


Company B, 10th Regiment, 


32 00 






350 


H, 10th Regiment, 


26 00 






3504 


" I, 10th Regiment, 


26 00 




«^^-- 


351 


K, 10th Regiment, 


26 00 




593 




H. M. Phillips, paymaster, 5th b'try. 
Mileage of Mass. Vol. Militia. 


2,372 50 


3,092 68 








86 


Gil man, Jas. H., . 


f 2 00 






88 


Capron, E. G., . . . 




2 00 






90 


Stickney, H. G., . 




2 00 






91 


Clark, David, 




2 00 






92 


Swan, Charles, 




2 72 






93 


Porter, Byron, 




2 00 






95 


Perry, F. L., . 


• 


2 00 






100 


Hart, J. W., . 




1 12 






101 


Whitney, Chas. C, 




1 12 






102 


Abbott, Jas. G., . 


\ m 


1 12 






103 


Sargent, Geo. W., 




1 12 






104 


Weaver, Geo. S., . 


» t 


1 12 






Carried forward. 


ft • 


f iO 32 


J3,539 73 



a 



^ 



58 



TEEASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement — Continaed. 



No. of 
Warrant 



No. of 
Sou. 



PKB802T OX COXPOSATIOIIS. 



Amoont. 



TotaL 



108 
131 
165 
195 
267 
290 



578 
578 
591 
591 
591 



578 



578 
591 



473 

591 
591 
591 



106 
108 
109 



578 
1,041 
1,090 
1,195 
1,197 
1,198 
1,280 



Brought forwardy 

West, Thomas C, . 
Warren, Charles H., 
Whitney, Wm., 



Btaie Police, 
Lockwood, Lumb & Co., 
Mai'^h, Fred. A., . 
Boston Ice Company, . 
Wakefield, Cyrus, . 
Beals, Greene & Co., 
Murphy, Leavens & Co., 
Rich, P. S., . 



Expense of Committees 
Phillips & Button, . 
Hannum Reed, 
E F. Jones & Co., 
Knapp & Morey, . 
Avery & Doten, . 
R. P. Eaton & Co., 



Repairs, Improvements^ &c. 
Lockwood, Lumb & Co., 
J. E. Bowker & Co., 
J. F. Paul & Co., . * . 
F. A. Wilkins, 
J. E. Bowker & Co., 



Fuel and Light. 
J. E. Bowker & Co., 



Legislative Contingent. 
J. A. Davis, . . . . 
Bigelow, Kennard & Co., 



House No. 33 Pemberton Square, 
Garfield & Co., .... 
Stephen Smith & Co., . 
Howard Snelling & Co., 
American Board Commissioners of 
Foreign Missions, 



Carried forward^ 



|20 32 

1 12 
♦1 12 
1 12 



(9 00 

3 22 
12 00 

121 83 
2 50 

4 15 
129 84 



}2 00 
2 50 
50 
00 
00 
10 



8 
1 
1 
2 



fl2 95 

16 57 

88 13 

4 35 

13 91 



f5 10 
50 00 


f 22 50 

10 00 

212 50 

1,750 00 



13^39 73 



23 68 



282 04 



12 10 



135 91 



2 35 



55 10 



1,995 00 
16,045 91 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



59 



Statement — Continued, 



No. of 
WuranL 



No. of 
BolL 



PKSflON OR CORPORATIOlfS. 



AmoDnt. 



Total. 



311 
311 
350 



599 
599 



597 
597 
597 
597 
597 
597 
597 
597 



£ 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



Brought forward. 



3Uto 
2,421 
2,202 
2,420 



1,787 
2,439 



1,864 
2,071 
2,079 



New Lunatic Hospital, 
Stone & Huse, 
Knapp & Morey, . 
Proctor Brothers, . 



Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 
B. D. Eastman, 

E. B.Walker, 

Improvements in Boston Harbor, 
Geo H. Cavanaugh, 
Jos. O. Osffood, 
James A. Johnson, 
Parker Winson, 
Thos. Joy, 

F. W. Lincoln & Co., 
£. H. Brabrook, 
D. C. Shine, . 



Council 
John B. Winn, 
Thos. Talbot, 
Alfred Macj', 
Milo Hildreth, 
Edwin Chase, 
Seth Turner, . 
R. S. Frost, . 
D. H. Stickney, 
Geo. Whitney, 



} 



Judges Superior Court. 
Ezra Wilkinson, . 



Otis P. Lord, 
do. 



Judges Probate, &c. 
J. T. Robinson, 
J. M. Bunker, 



Judges Police and Municipal Courts, 
J. K. Bennett, .... 
A. A. Putnam, .... 
J. K. Bennett, .... 

Carried forward. 



f 6 00 

3 25 

4 68 



?2,671 67 
2,384 60 



♦400 00 

J 28 45 

78 62 

126 75 

36 66 

20 75 

8 50 

5 75 



f 752 00 

215 00 

252 00 

193 00 

145 00 

58 00 

36 00 

89 00 

272 00 



14,583 33 

416 66 
416 67 



f 100 00 
2^ 39 



t83 33 

100 00 

83 34 

f 266 67 



^6,045 91 



13 93 



5,056 27 



805 48 



2,012 00 



5,416 66 



126 39 



♦19,476 64 



60 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement — Condnued. 



Ko. Of 


No. of 












PEBSON or COBTORATIOXS. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Warrant. 


KoU. 












Brought forward, . 


J266 67 


(19,476-64 




2 248 


James Davis, 


133 33 






2,2o4 


E. 0. Carter, . 








133 33 






2,256 


J. C. Ives, 








41 66 






2,266 


J. R. Bulkley, 








26 00 






2,286 


A. A. Putnam, 








100 00 






2,288 


J. W. White, . 








66 66 






2,290 


Jos. Tucker, . 








133 33 






2,294 


J. K Bennett, 








83 33 






2,466 


Jas. Davis, . 








133 83 






2,472 


E. 0. Carter, . 








133 33 






2,478 


J. C Ives, 








41 67 






2,474 


J. R. Bulkley, 


% 






26 00 






2,604 


Clark Jillson, 








100 00 






2,606 


A. A. Putnam, 








100 00 






2,507 


J. W. White, . 








66 67 






2,509 


Jos. Tucker, , 








133 83 






2,613 


J. K. Bennett, 








83 33 












1,799 97 










Clerks Police Courts. 








2,263 


C. H. San ford, .... 


(66 66 






2,264 


A. B. Leonard, .... 


83 33 






2,482 


do. .... 


83 33 






2,481 


C. II. Sanford, .... 


66 67 


299 99 






District-Attorneys, 






2,622 


E. J. Sherman, .... 
Assistant Registers Probate, <fcc. 


• ■ • 


166 67 


379 




Isaac F. Jones, .... 
Bureau of Labor. 


• • • 


40 32 


264 




C. M. Blake, 




2 00 


» 




Incidentals, Board of Education, 






310 




Jas. R. Osgood & Co., . 

Support of Normal Schools, 


• ■ • 


12 00 


660 




Wm. H. Jourdan, .... 
Normal Scliool Buildings. 


• « ■ 


109 01 


476 




Jos. White, 

Normal Art School, 


• • • 


6,000 00 


677 




Washburn Machine Shop, 


f 120 00 




677 




Jos L. Ross, 


60 00 




6«8 




Globe Publishing Co., . 
Carried fonvard, 


9 00 


189 00 


• 


... 




(28,095 60 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



61 



Statement— Concluded. 



No. of 



Ko.of 
BolL 



595 

6O0 
600 



^2 



583 



559 



PBS80H OS COSPOBATIOKS. 



Amount. 



ToUL 



Brought forward, 

8kUe. Aid. 
Town of Clarksburg, 
** ofRowe, 
** of Kowe, 



Corporation Tax, 
Town of Rowe, 

" of Sandisfield, . 



Town of Mashpee, 



National Bank Tax, 
Town of Rowe, .... 
" of Tolland, . . . . 
Warren Five Cents Savings Bank, 



Military Camp Ground, 

C. C. Esty 

Isaac Stearns, 

S. C. Adams, .... 



Sheriffi^ Accounts. 
David Bursley. 



Troy S Greenfield R. R. and Eoosac 

Tunnel, 
Geo. West, 



Asylum for Deaf and Dumb, 
Boston School for Deaf Mutes, 



128,095 60 



f 188 00 

168 00 

26 64 



f 1 80 
6 43 



f 77 42 

117 89 

19 67 



f 20 00 

600 00 

38 00 



332 64 



7 23 
2 40 



214 88 



668 00 



27 20 



705 76 



2,688 29 
132,629 60 



62 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 74. 



Interest on Public Debt unpaid, Deo. 31, 1873. 

Union Loan, 6 per cent.,tl>Odo 00 

Boanty Loan, 5 per cent, 8,387 50 

Coast Defence Loan, " 500 00 

Back Bay Land Loan, '' 475 00 

Harbor Lands Loan, " 25 00 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad Loan, ... " 1,325 00 

State Almshouse Loan, 1854, .... *' 75 00 

State House Loan, 1854, " 200 00 

Lunatic Hospital and Prison Loan, 1854, . . '' 600 00 

Lunatic Hospital, 1857, 6 per cent., 660 00 

Public Debt Loan, 1861, " 60 00 

18,342 50 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT No. 6. 



REPORT 



OP TBS 



Auditor of Accounts, 



OP THE 



€ommavAamW^ of P[a»»at|jtt»jelt», 



FOB THE TEAB EHDINO 



December 31, 1873, 



BOSTON; 
WBIGHT & POTTER, STATE PRINTERS, 

COBHU or HiLK AND FBDBftAL STBUTS. 

1874. 



CommontDealtl) of illa00atl)U0ett0. 



Auditor's Department, Boston, Jannaiy 14, 1874. 
Hon. John E. Sanfoi^), Speaker of the H<mse of Bepresentatives. 

Sir : — I have the honor to transmit herewith the Twenty- 
Fifth Annual Beport of this Department, for the year ended 
December 31, 1873. 



Very respectfully. 



CHAS. ENDICOTT, 

Auditor, 



CommoniDeaitI) of i{ta00atl)Udett0. 



AuDiTOB^s DSPARTMSMT, BoSTOK, January 14, 1874. 
To tiiA Honorable Senate and House of RepresenUUives. 

I have the honor to present herewith the Twenty-Fifth 
Annual Report of this Department, for the year ended 
December 31, 1873. 

The laws pertaining to the matter and form of the Auditor's 
Report, which seem to be essential to a full understanding of 
the same, are as follows : — 

"The annual report of the Auditor shall contain a summary 
statement of the receipts into and payments from the treasury of 
the Commonwealth for the preceding year ; also a detailed and par- 
ticDlar statement of the receipts and expenditures belonging to each 
year ; said detailed statement of expenditures to include, first, the 
expense Incurred during the year for the support of all permanent 
departments, services and institutions ; and, second, all special and 
exceptional charges, incurred for objects ordered within the year, 
the account being constructed in such manner as to show the 
expenditures actually incurred within the year, as far as can be 
ascertained, whether the same have been paid during the year, or 
whether the whole or. part thereof remain unpaid at the close of 
the year; 

"The Auditor's Report in each year shall show the aggregate 
amount of funded debt at the beginning and end of the year 
respectively, the balance of increase or decrease, and a statement 
of the cause of such balance ; and in like manner shall show the 
aggr^ate amount of all ten^orary loans at the beginning and end 
of the year, the balance of increase or decrease, and a statement of 
the cause of such balance. The report shall likewise state whether 
the ordinary expenses of the year have exceeded the income, or the 
contrary, and show the amount of balance. 



6 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 

'^ It shall be the duty of the Auditor to include in his report the 
items of all accounts of expenditures, so far as they may be useftil or 
interesting to the people of the Commonwealth ; and in particular, 
so far as may be practicable, the various heads of expenditure shall 
be separated, so as to show the different officers or boards under 
whose directions the several portions of the expenditure have been 
incurred ; aU salaries and other general charges shall likewise be * 
separated so as to show the different classes of officers who receive 
the several portions of the expenditure ; and no expenditure exceed- 
ing five hundred dollars shall be included under any indefinite head if 
it be composed of separate items. 

^^ The Auditor's Report shall annually contain a particular state- 
ment of the transactions of the flinds belonging to, or held in trust 
by, the Commonwealth, including new investments of any portion of 
said funds, which may have been made during the preceding year, 
and also of the manner in which the moiety of the income of the 
school fund applicable to educational purposes has been disbursed. 

'^ The Auditor shall also include in his report an estimate for the 
current year of the ordinary revenue of the Commonwealth, and of 
such other means as he may be able to point out for the defraying 
of expenditures." 

The Summary Statement which follows shows the entire 
receipts into and payments from the treasury during the year. 
For the expenditures properly belonging to the year 1873, so 
far as the same can now be ascertained, reference must be had 
to statement No. IX. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS. 





Receipts on account of Ordinary Rev- 






Ml 


Cash January t, 1878, as per last 








Report, 


• « 


f661,202 30 


1 


State Tax, 1872, balance, . 




f 16,320 00 ' 




1 


State Tax, 1873, , 




2,247,450 00 , 




2 


Corporation Tax, 1872, 




19,079 71 




2 


Corporation Tax, 1873, 




1,293,331 30 




3 


Savings Bank Tax, 




1,454,719 46 




4 


National Bank Tax, 1872, 




10,318 04 1 




4 


National Bank Tax, 1873, 




1,008,741 34 




5 


Mass. Hospital Life Ins. Co. Tax, 


87,022 50 




6 


Annual Insurance Tax, 


192,345 04 




7 


Semi-Annual Insurance Tax, . 


11,044 83 




8 


Life Insurance Companies Tax, 


19,956 10 




9 


Insurance Licenses, .... 


20,957 16 




10 


Coal and Mining Companies Tax, . 
Gas Light Companies Tax, 


5,859 55 




11 


2,934 57 




12 


Railroad Companies, .... 


1,660 00 




18 


Troy and Greenfield Railroad, Rents, 


47,700 03 




14 


Accrued Interest on Troy and Green- 








field Railroad Loan (new), . 
Premium on Troy and Greenfield 


1,447 39 




16 








Railroad Loan, .... 


11,427 47 




16 


Per Cent on State Tax, 


232 59 




17 


Interest on Deposits, .... 


77,779 62 




18 


Interest on Sundry Taxes, . 


1,023 46 




19 


Loan to Wright & Potter, . 


20,000 00 


f 


20 


Interest on l^an to Wright & Potter, 


109 47 




21 


Secretary's Fees, .... 


134 85 




22 


Fees for Commissions, 


7,125 00 




23 


Hawkers and Peddlers, 


22,848 00 




24 


Corporation Fees, .... 


9,168 80 




25 


Insurance Commissioner, . 


27 00 




26 


Railroad Commissioners, . 


9,257 91 




27 


State Police, ...'.. 


18,849 20 




28 


Commissioner of Wrecks, . 


19 68 




29 


Fees from Supreme Judicial Court, . 


511 10 




80 


Fees from Courts of Insolvency,- 


3,579 00 




31 


Attorney-General, Fees, &c., 


210 57 




82 


Alien Estates, 


2,296 49 




33 


Income from State Prison, 


124,281 50 


• 


%3i 


Income from Tewksbury Almshouse, 


1,113 48 




35 Incoiiie from Bridgew'ei- Workhouse, 


2,172 59 




86 Income fTx>n] Reform School, 


18,357 33 




37 Income from Monsoir Primary School, 


640 35 




38 Income from Industrial School, 


4,000 00 




39 Board of State Charities, . * . 


7,205 92 




40 State Pauper Penalty, . . . . 

41 Naudcal Branch Reforin School, 


89 00 




25 20 




42 ; State Paujiers, 


10 00 




43 Confiscated Liquors, . . . . 


13,805 31 






AnvmnU carried foru 

1 


}ardt . 


f6,797,187 71 


f661,202 30 



8 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Receipts and Payments — Oontirmed. 



IMafl 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



187 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 

195 

196 

197 

198 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 



205 
206 
207 
208 



Amouius brought forward, . 

Surveyor-General of Lumber, . 
Military Fines, .... 
Quartermaster's Supplies, . 
Militia Boimty, .... 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital Fund, 
Beixairs, Improvements, &;c., . 
Aia to Families of Volunteers, . 
Arrest of Fugitives, . 
Rents of Great Ponds, 
Premium on Gold, 
Eadder, Peabody & Co., . 
Baring Bros. & Co., . 



Total Revenue Receipts, 



Receipts on account of Sundry Funds^ 

<fcc., viz : — 
Cash January 1, 1873, as per last Re- 
port, 

Massacfiusetts School Fund, 
Massachusetts School Fund, Income 
Back Bay Lands Fund, 
Bounty Loan SinkingFund, 
Union Loan Sinking Fund, 
Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund, 
Debt Extinguishment Fund, 
Almshouse Loan Sinkinff Fund, 
Boston, Hartford and JErie Railroad 

Sinking Fund, ... 
Troy and Greenfield Railroad Sink- 
ing Fund, .... 
Norwich and Worcester Railroad 

Sinking Fund, 
Norwich and Worcester Railroad, In- 
terest, . .... 
Agricultural Fund, . 
Agricultural Fund, Income, 
Harbor Compensation Fund, 
Harbor Compensation Sinking Fund 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital Fund, 
Commissioners Public Lands Fund, 
Sales Back Bay Lands, 
Notes and Mortgages Back Bay 

Lands, 

Interest Back Bay Lands Notes, 
Union Loan, 1861, . . • . 
State House Loan, . . 
Almshouse Loan, 
Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan 
(sterling), .... 



Amounts carried fortvard. 




16,797,187 71 

505 03 

12 50 

.200 00 

• 13 85 

51,513 26 

2 00 

9 00 

150 00 

2 00 

22 85 

18,680 79 

26,095 20 



tl06,419 82 

174,128 46 

2,000 00 

31C,976 95 

1,067,611 50 

52,936 81 

65,113 00 

61,886 49 

63,687 58 

687,811 03 

10,000 00 

24,000 00 
90,567 40 
22,474 32 
78.65a 61 
101,273 26 
83,769 94 
71,283 70 
59,080 00 

186,248 87 
41,757 86 

300,000 00 
65,000 00 
60,000 00 

798,600 00 



114,585,285 59 



#661,202 30 



6,894,344 19 



#7,555,546 49 



tl|481,916 86 



{1,481,916 86 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Receipts and Payments — Continued, 



208 

208 



209 
210 
211 
211 



Amounts brought forward, . 

Trov and Greenfield Railroad Loan 
(aollar), 

Troy and Greenfield Rail- ^ 

road. Sale of Materials, tl»248 55 

Interest on advance to W. 

& F. Shanly, . . . 3,277 78 . 

Todd Normal School Fund, Income, . 

Rogers Book Fund, Income, 

Commissioners State Prison, 

State Prison Loan, 1873, . 



Total Fund Receipts, 



Payments: — 

The payments from Ordinary Reve- 
nue were as follows (for details see 
Statement IV.) : — 

Legislative Department, . 

Executive Department, 

Secretary's Department, . 

Treasurer's Department, . 

Tax Commissioner's Department, 

Corporations under General Laws, 

Attorney-General's Department, 

Auditor's Department, 

State House Expenses, 

House in Pemberton Square, 

State PrintiDg, . 

Judiciary, .... 

Commissioner of Savings Banks, 

Insurance Commissioner, . 

Harbor Commissioners, 

Commissioners on Inland Fisheries, 

Railroad Commissioners, . 

Commissioners on Prisons, 

Liquor Commissioner, 1871-2, 

Inspector of Gasmeters, . 

Bureau of Labor Statistics, 

State Board of Health, 

Indian Land Commissioners, 

Agricultural Department, . 

State Library, . 

Charitable Departments, . 

Military Department, . 

State Aid and Expenditures resulting 
from the War, 

Reformatory and Correctional, 

Public Buildings, 

Sheriffs' Accounts, 

Weights, Measures, &c., . 

Amminis carried forward. 



14,585,285 59 

400,000 00 

4,521 33. 

787 00 

30 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 



f318,276 96 

28,566 94 

32,421 01 

15,871 54 

21,460 08 

343 05 

9,566 71 

11,462 38 

27,335 14 

24,147 44 

93,235 46 

244,222 46 

3,300 00 

25,186 25 

11,476 41 

4,703 33 

18,538 54 

2,440 02 

5,250 00 

3,014 35 

9,549 79 

5,547 09 

979 92 

34,157 06 

6,430 00 

411,790 50 

266,689 89 

505,444 70 

391,906 92 

148,506 16 

436 96 

720 00 



tl,481,916 86 



5,000,573 92" 



16,482,490 78 



f 2,677, 976 06 



10 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



RECEiiPTS AUTD PAYMENTS — Continued. 



htaii 



187 
187 

187 
188 
189 
212 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 

196 

196 

197 

198 
198 
200 



Amount brought forward^ . 

Corporation Taxes paid Cities and 

Towns, 

National Bank Taxes paid Cities, 

Towns and Institutions, . 
Annual Insurance Tax (refunded), 
Great Fire in Boston, . 
Museum of Zoology, . 
Loan to Wright & rotter, , 
Universal Exposition, 
Memorial Statues, 
Gay Head and Mashpee Roads, 
Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, 
Medical Experts, 
Census Statistics, 
Electoral College, 

Gratuities, 

Interest, 

McCalmont Bros. & Co., . 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad and 

Hoosac Tunnel, 
Premium on Exchange, 
Premium on Gold, 
Improvements in Boston Harbor, 
Kidder, Peabody & Co., advance for 

interest, 

Total Revenue Payments, . 



Payments on account of Sundry 
Funds, &c., as follows : — 

Massachusetts Scliool Fund, 

Income Massachusetts School Fund, 
cities and towns, .... 

Educational Expenses, 

Back Bay Lands Fund, 

Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, 

War Loan Sinking 1 und, . 

Union Loan Sinking Fund, 

Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund, . 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, 

Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, 

Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad 
Sinking Fund, .... 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Sink- 
ing Fund 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad 
Sinking Fund, .... 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad, 
Interest, 

Agricultural Fund, .... 

Agricultural Fund, Income, 

Harbor Compensation Sinking Fund, 

Amount carried forward^ . 



12,677,976 06 



899,876 69 

781,565 50 

418 83 

49,836 38 

26,000 00 

20,000 00 

10,647 25 

6,565 75 

1,087 98 

2,000 00 

374 60 

250 00 

179 25 

1,450 00 

1,367,909 56 

11,182 00 

26,414 48 

89,591 66 

120,549 65 

12,024 81 

89,393 01 



f 103,674 25 

89,891 52 

95,834 08 

26,000 00 

183,726 35 

8,541 48 

1,063,611 50 

65,000 00 

65,000 00 

60,000 00 



81,383 34 

689,409 09 

10,000 00 

24,000 00 

91,142 75 

22,389 32 

100,000 00 



12,779,553 68 



f6,198,742 76 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Al 



Receipts and TAYMxarTa-^Concluded. 



199 
201 
202 
203 
204 



205 
206 
207 
208 

209 
211 
211 
213 



Jmount brought forward^ . 

Harbor Compensation Fund, 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital Fund, 
Commissioners Public Lands, . 
Sales Back Bay Lands, 
Notes and Mortgages, Back Bay 

Lands, ..... 
Interest, Back Bay Land Notes, 
Union Loan, 1861, 
State House Loan, 
Almshouse Loan, 
TroT and Greenfield Railroad and 

Hoosac Tunnel, 
Todd Normal School Fund, Income 
State Prison Building Fund, 
Cooamissioners, new State Prison, 
Massachusetts Volunteers, 
Total Fund Payments, . 



f 2,779^53 68 

90,088 67 
83,769 94 
37,690 00 
69,080 00 

186,248 87 
41,757 85 

293,500 GO 
65,000 00 
60,000 00 

1,137,346 39 

98 50 

5,000 00 

916 75 

363 00 



14,840^13 66 



The foregoing statement shows the gross 
amount of revenue and fund receipts for 
the year 1873, including cash on hand 
January 1st of that year, to be 

And the payments to be . 

Balance of cash on hand Jan. 1, 1874, 



$14,038,037 27 
11,034,056 41 

$3,003,980 86 



The revenue receipts as above classified are $7,555,546 49 
And the payments, ..... 6,193,742 76 

Showing a balance of cash on this account, of $1,361,803 73 



Receipts on account of funds, • 
Payments on account of the funds, . 



$6,482,490 78 
4,840,313 65 



Showing a cash balance to this account of $1,642,177 13 



The cash balance belongs to the following accounts, viz. : — 



Massachusetts School Fund, 

Troy & Greenfield R. R. Sinking Fund, 

Amount carried forward^ . 



$4,120 80 
20,478 18 

$24,607 98 



12 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward^ . 

Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, 

Boston, Hartford & Erie R.R. Sinking Fund, 

Union Loan Sinking Fund, 

Debt Extinguishment Fund, 

Back Bay Lands Fund, . 

Commissioners Public Lands, . 

Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund, 

War Loan Sinking Fund, 

Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, 

Harbor Compensation Sinking Fund, 

Troy & Greenfield R. R. and Hoosac Tunnel 

Fund, 

Income Massachusetts School Fund, 

Income Todd Normal School Fund, . 

Income Rogers Book Fund, 

Union Loan Fund, • . . • • 

Commissioners on New State Prison, 

Income Agricultural Fund, 

Allotment Rolls, . . . . 

Massachusetts Volunteers, 

Returned Allotment, .... 

Norwich & Worcester R. R., Interest, 



Cash belonging to the revenue, 



$24,607 98 

90,415 14 

15,405 86 

16,508 00 

113 00 

1,255 00 
33,984 95 

3,764 66 
232 60 

2,130 69 

1,273 26 

1,285,725 18 

89,082 93 

737 00 

. 95 0(f 

8,000 00 

4,083 25 

5,403 00 

284 34 

47,065 29 

10 QD 

12,000 00 

$1,642,177 13 
1,361,803 73 

$3,003,980 86 



Estimates for the Current Year. 
The expenses for the current year are estimated as follows :• 



Executive department, .... 

Legislative department, .... 

Secretary's department, .... 

Treasurer's and Tax Commissioner's depart- 
ments, ...... 

Auditor's department, . . . 

Amount carried forward^ . 



$30,000 00 

320,000 00 

33,000 00 

38,000 00 

11,800 00 

$432,800 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No 



f 



Amount brought forward^ . 

Attorney-General's department, 
State House expenditures, 
Printing, other than legislative, 
Judiciary, . . • . . 
Savings Bank Commissioner, . 
Insurance Commissioner's department, 
Agricultural department, • 
Eailroad Commissioners, . 
State Library, • . . . 

Military, ..... 

Charitable, 

Engineering and other expenses, Troy & 

Greenfield B. E.., • 

State Prison, 

State Workhouse at Bridgewater, 

State Police, 

State Reform and Industrial Schools, 
Board of Health, .... 
Arrest of Fugitives, .... 
Ageut for Discharged Convicts, 
Commissioners Inland Fisheries, 
Harbor Commissioners, . 

Sheriffs, 

Bureau, Statistics of Labor, 
Commissioner of Corporations, 
Commissioners on Prisons, 
State Aid, and other expenditures resulting 

from the War, .... 

Interest, ...... 

Premium on Coin and Exchange, 

Unpaid warrants in the treasury. 

Unexpended revenue appropriations. 

Cities and Towns — Corporation Taxes — about 

Sundry Institutions — ^Naf 1 Bank Tax — about 

Harbor Improvement Loan, 

Deficiencies, 



6. 13 

$432,800 00 

9,000 00 

25,000 00 

65,000 00 

246,000 00 

3,300 00 

25,000 00 

34,000 00 

18,000 00 

6,000 00 

410,000 00 

375,000 00 

25,000 00 

120,000 00 

40,000 00 

160,000 00 

75,000 00 

7,500 00 

1,500 00 

3,000 00 

5,000 00 

12,000 00 

400 00 

12,500 00 

500 00 

3,000 00 

510,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

175,000 00 

40,000 00 
340,900 00 
171,000 00 

20,000 00 
230,000 00 

10,000 00 

♦5,121,400 00 



14 



AUDITOR'S EEPOET. 



[Jan. 



The eBtimated revenue to meet expenditures, is,— 



Balance State Tax, 1873, . 
Corporation Taxes, net proceeds. 
Bank Stock Tax, net proceeds, 
Savings Bank Tax, .... 
Insurance Taxes and Licenses, including 

Mass. Hospital Life Insurance Co., 
Interest on Deposits, 
Hawkers and Peddlers, . 
State Prison Income, ... 

State Police, 

Troy & Greenfield R. R. Rents, 
Income, Almshouse and Reform Schools, 
Secretary's Fees and Commissions, . 
Cities and Towns, for support of paupers, 
Railroad Commissioners, . 
Miscellaneous, • • • . 



. $2,550 00 
300,000 00 
185,000 00 

1,450,000 00 

235,000 00 
50,000 00 
15,000 00 

125,000 00 
15,000 00 
35,000 00 
20,000 00 
15,000 00 
7,000 00 
18,000 00 
26,000 00 



$2,497,550 00 
Cash in the treasury belonging to the revenue , 1,361, 803 73 



Estimated Expenses, 
Estimated Revenue, . 



Amount to be provided for by the legisla- 
ture, 



$3,859,353 73 

15,121,400 00 
3,859,353 73 



$1,262,046 27 



On the first day of January, 1875, the Harbor Improvement 
Loan, amounting to $230,000, will mature. This loan was 
authorized by chapter 446 of the Acts of the year 1869, for 
the purchase of certain riparian rights and flats in South Bos- 
ton ; and it was provided, in effect, that the loan should be 
repaid from the proceeds of sales of any of the lands so pur- 
chased and of any lands contained in section one of the South 
Boston flats. A contract for the sale of a portion of said 
flats, amounting to more than the sum of said loan, was after- 
wards made by the Commonwealth to the Boston and Albany 
Bailroad Company, which said company was to pay for on 
the first day of October, 1872. Another contract has since 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 15 

been made, by which the time for payment has been extended 
to October 1, 1876. Another sale was made to the Boston, 
Hartford and Erie Railroad Company from which no money 
has been realized ; so that there is no money in the treasury, 
and none is likely to be received before the maturity of the 
loan, from which said loan can be paid. I have therefore 
added the amount to the estimates for the current year ; as, 
unless the legislature shall provide the means in some other 
mode it must be raised by taxation. 

The estimate for Military purposes is largely increased; 
mostly for uniforms for the Militia, which the adjutant-gen- 
eral places at the large sum of $190,000. 

The net receipts from corporation taxes have fallen off to 
about $309,000, mostly by reason of the failure of Insurance 
Companies occasioned by the great fire in Boston ; while the 
receipts from the Annual Insurance tax have been largely 
increased ; attributable mainly to the same calamity, in that 
it has caused the cancellation of a large number of policies 
and required an extraordinary amount of re-insurance ; the 
tax being based upon premium receipts. 

The net receipts from the tax upon National Bank stocks 
will be about $185,000. 

The receipts from the Savings Bank tax have continued to 
increase, reaching the large sum of $1,454,719.46. 

A state tax of from $1,500,000 to $2,000,000, depending 
upon the amount of additional or extraordinary appropriations . 
to be made at this session, will probably be required to meet 
the authorized expenditures and at the same time leave a suf- 
ficient amount of cash on hand at the close of the year to 
answer the calls upon the treasury till the ordinary revenue 
of the succeeding year shall begin to be realized. 

New HosPTTAii at Worcester. 

The payments thus far made from the treasury on account 
of this Hospital amount to $169,954.24, all of which has been 
paid from the revenue. The receipts to the hospital fund 
from sales of the old hospital lands have amounted only to 
the sum of $59,896.07, of which the sum of $51,513.26 has 
been received in cash, the balance being represented by mort- 
gage securities. This cash has been transferred to the reve- 



16 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 

nue in part payment for advances ; thus leaving the payments 
$118,440.98 in excess of the receipts. Still further advance- 
ments from the revenue will probably be called for, as the 
sale of land is not likely to keep pace with the expenditures. 

New Hospftal at Danvers. 
A site for the new Hospital in Essex County has been 
selected in the town of Danvei's. Only the small sum of 
$409.65 has yet been drawn from the treasury. The loan 
authorized for this expenditure has not been negotiated. 

New State Prison. 

A site for the new state prison has been secured in the 
town of Concord. Only a small amount, viz., $916.75, had 
been paid on this account at the close of the year. The law 
authorizing the erection of the new prison directs the treasurer 
**to borrow such sums, not exceeding in the aggregate $1,000,- 
000, as may be necessary, from any of the sinking funds of 
the Commonwealth having uninvested moneys in their pos- 
session,'* to meet any expenses incurred under the provisions 
of the Act. (See Acts of 1878, chap. 155.) 

Boston Harbor Improvements. 

A loan of $400,000 (las been authorized for the harbor im- 
provements, and the work is under contract. No part of the 
loan has been issued. The payments, which have been made 
from the revenue in anticipation of the issue of the loan, 
amount to $16,864.69. 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel. 

Sterling scrip to the amount of $798,600, and federal bonds 
to the amount of $400,000 have been negotiated during the 
year, leaving £35,000— equal to $169,400 of the authorized 
issue — still unsold. 

The important questions, in regard to this enterprise, to be 
considered by the legislature call for a brief statement of the 

Cost. 
There was issued to the Troy and Greenfield Railroad Com- 
pany, while the work was under the control of that corpora- 
tion: — 



1874,] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6, 17 

Sterling Bonds £114,500 at 

W.84, .... $554,180 00 
Federal Bonds, . . . 216,500 00 

Federal Bonds to purchase 

the Southern Verm'tKR., 200,000 00 



$970,680 00 



Since possession was taken 
by the Commonwealth, 
there had been expended 
to January 1, 1873, includ- 
ing interest on scrip, less 
materials sold, rents, &c., 
and also including $100,- 
000 advanced to the 
Messrs. Shanly, which has 
now been treated as a pay- 
ment, as per ledger acc't, • . . 8,330,662 84 

Payments in 1873 : — 
For interest on scrip, paid 

from the revenue, • . $427,492 01 
For Engineering and other 

expenditures, paid from 

the revenue, . . . 25,000 00 

On contract of Greo. West, 

paid from the revenue, . 1,414 48 

On contract of W. & F. 

Shanly, from the fund, . 1,057,490 23 
On contract of McClallan, 

Son & Walker, paid from 

the fund, . . . 52,698 41 

Expenditures under Statute 

1873, chapter 346, . . 27,157 75 

$1,591,252 88 
Deduct receipts from sales 

of materials, rents and in- 
terest on advance to W. 

& F. Shanly, . . . 52,221 36 

1,539,031 52 

Total cost to January 1, 1874, . . . $10,840,374 36 

3 



18 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The Sinking Fund amounts to $1,755,156.76, a portion of 
which was created from a percentage on the origiDal loans to 
the company, from rents, etc., which, with the accumulations 
thereon will need to be deducted in determining the final cost 
to the Commonwealth. 

CorUract with W. & F. Shardy. 
Amount of contract, .... $4,594,268 00 

Payments upon the contract : — 

Paid in 1870, . . . $732,547 31 
Paid in 1871, . . . 745,358 24 
Paid in 1872, including ad- 
vancement which has 
since been treated as a 
payment, . . . 888,318 38 
Paid m 1873, . . . 1,057,490 23 

3,423,714 16 



Balance of contract, .... $1,170,553 84 

Fund Account. 

Balance of cash January 1, 1873, . . $1,219,950 24 

Receiyed from sales of materials, • . 1,243 55 

Interest on advance to W. & F. Shanly, . 3,277 78 

Sterling bonds negotiated in 1873, . . 798,600 00 

Federal bonds negotiated in 1873, . . 400,000 00 



$2,423,071 57 
Payments from the Fund in 1873, . . 1,137,346 39 



Cash in the Fund January 1, 1874, . . $1,285,725 18 

State Aid. 

The law authorizing the payment of State Aid will expire 
by limitation on the first day of January, 1875. (See Acts 
of 1872, chapter 324.) 

The following table shows the state of this account from 
its commencement in 1861 : — 



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19 









Paid to 


TEAR. 


Amoants claimed. 


Re-lmbtined by State. 


Non-Besldcnts. 


1861, .... 


♦476,341 28 


f 464,974 17 


,^ 


1862, . 






1,879,096 60 


1326,269 18 


- 


1863, . 






2,371,701 27 


2,342,602 83 


— 


1864, . 






2,294,000 15 


2,237,223 74 


— 


1865, . 






1,434,107 46 


1,387,281 37 


- 


1866, . 






1,266,766 72 


1,179,239 06 


f 12,128 00 


1867, . 






886,216 21 


846,896 08 


13,268 00 


1868, . 






651,213 66 


636,945 93 


8,498 00 


1869, . 






630,468 26 


614,379 84 


8,241 00 


1870, . 






606,401 13 


687,329 98 


7,044 24 


1871, . 






640,802 99 


621,242 02 


- 


1872, . 






611,143 93 


489,730 04 




1873, . 






490,000 00* 


— 


— 


Totals, . 


* 
• 


> • 


f 14,037,268 63 


f 13,123,103 24 


f 49,169 24 



* Estimated. 



Public Debt Statement. 

Statement of the public debt, showing the balances of in- 
crease and decrease, with a statement of the causes of such 
balances, as required by the statute. (For details see State- 
ment V.) 
The aggregate amount of the funded debt 



January 1, 1873, was 
On January 1, 1874, it was 

Showing an increase of 

The funded debt has been in- 
creased by the negotiation 
of Troy & Greenfield R. R. 
sterling bonds, 

Do. Federal bonds, . 

New State Prison Loan, 



. $27,692,704 00 
. 28,477,804 00 

$785,100 00 



$798,600 00 

400,000 00 

5,000 00 



$1,203,600 00 



It has been decreased by the payment of, — 
Almshouse Loan, . . $60,000 00 
State House Loan, . . 65,000 00 

Union Loan, 1861, . . 293,500 00 



Showing the net increase to be, 
as above stated. 



418,500 00 
$785,100 00 



20 AUDITOR'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

There will mature during the current year : — 

Of the Union Fund Loan, .... $300,000 00 

State House Enlargement Loan, . . . 100,000 00 

Almshouse Loan, . . . . . 50,000 00 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital Loan, • . • 94,000 00 



$544,000 00 



With the exception of the State Almshouse Loan — ^where a 
deficiency in the Sinking Fund of five or six thousand dollars 
may exist, caused by the repeal of the tax upon alien passen- 
gers, a portion of the receipts from which was by law payable 
into this fiind — the Sinking Funds applicable to the payment 
of these maturing obligations will be ample for the purpose. 

Sinking Funds. 

A table of the aggregates of the Sinking Funds is here 
given, estimated at the market value as required bylaw, viz. : — 

Boston, Hartford and Erie R. R. Sinking Fund, $797,901 97 
Norwich and Worcester R. R. Sinking Fund, 400,000 00 
Debt Extinguishment Fund, . . . 244,026 00 



Union Loan Sinking Fund, 
Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, 
War Loan Sinking Fund, . 
Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund, 
Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, • 
Troy and Greenfield R. R. Sinking Fund, 
Back Qay Lands Fund, 
Conunissioners Public Lands, 



2,750,005 00 

3,022,170 08 

1,000,014 60 

506,977 16 

41,918 29 

1,755,156 76 

220,000 00 

154,439 81 

$10,892,609 67 



These funds have been increased by accumulations during 
the year to the amount of $473,494.84, and decreased by the 
payment of maturing debt to the amount of $425,000, leaving 
a net increase of $48,494.84. The market value of Norwich 
and Worcester R. R. Sinking Fund is somewhat in excess of 
the amount given above, but as the outstanding loan is but 
$400,000 I have not estimated the market value above that 
sum. 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 21 

In addition to the amount of the Sinking Funds as above 
stated, nearly all of which is productive, we have the Back 
Bay lands unsold, estimated at $1,300,000; the claim against 
the United States, about $250,000 ; the proceeds of certain 
lands under contract of sale to the Boston and Albany Rail- 
road Company, $436,600 ; the South Boston flats, and some 
other items, all of which are, by existing laws, pledged to the 
Smking Funds, as the cash shall from time to time be realized 
therefrom. 

The usual tables of details are arranged under numbered 
statements, as follows : — 

I. — Resources and Liabilities. 
Hw — ^Revenue and Expenditures for 1872 and 1873. 
IIL — Bevenue properly belonging to 1872 and 1878. 
IV. — ^Payments frogi the Revenue in 1873. 
V.«.Debts and Liabilities in detail. 
Vl.-— Resources in detail. 

Vn.— Bonds and Mortgages of Railroad Corporations. 
^*^'— Fands, the income of which is specifically appropriated, 
^^^^^-^tatement of Expenses properly belonging to the years 1872 and 
1878, with appropriations for 1873. (Particulars in detailed 
statements.) 
"^•"^Hevenne for 1878, given. in detail ; summarily given in Statement 
^ tJo. m. 

""^^Xpenses for 1873, given in detail ; summarily given in Statement 
^ Iffo. DC 

a\jU — Statement of the funds, how invested, etc., including details of 
transactions thereof during the year 1873. 

BespectfuUy submitted, 

CHAS. ENDICOTT, 

Auditor. 



22 



AUDITOR'S EEPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement I.— Rbsoubces akd Liabilities. 



STATEMENT No. I. 
RESOURCES AND LUBILITIES. 



Btatoneit 
VI. 



IV. 



Resources: — 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Sinking 
Fund, 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad 
Sinking Fund, .... 

Massachusetts Sinking Funds, pro- 
ductive,* 

Back Bay Lands, &c., 

LiabUUies: — f 

Scrip issued on account of the State 
Prison, Taunton and Northampton 
Lunatic Hospitals, State House, 
State Almshouses, and Loan of 
1866, 

Scrip loaned sundiy Railroad Cor- 
porations, 

Scrip issued for the Union Fund 
Loan of 1861, '62, 

Scrip issued in 1863, ^64, '66, '66, '67, 
for the Bounty Fund Loan, . 

Scrip issued for the Back Bay Loan 
of 1862, '68, 

Scrip issued in 1868, '64, for the 
Coast Defence Fund, . 

Scrip issued for the Massachusetts 
War Fund, . . . 

Scrip issued for Troy and Greenfield 
Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel, pre- 
vious to 1868, .... 

Scrip issued for Troy and Greenfield 
Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel, in 
1868, 

Scrip issued for Troy and Greenfield 
Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel, in 
1871-2, 

Scrip issued for Troy and Greenfield 
Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel, in 
1873, 

New State Prison Loan, . 

Harbor Improvement Loan, . 

Amount due from the Treasuiy, and 
uncalled for, December 31, 1873, 



f797,901 97 

400,000 00 

9,694,707 70 
2,236,600 00 



t296,()gO 00 

3,999,024 00 

2,758,000 00 

8,680,244 00 

220,000 00 

888,000 00 

999,944 00 

1,720,680 00 

2,962,400 00 

4,630,9^2 00 



1,198,600 00 

6,000 00 

230,000 00 

40,831 62 



^18,128,209 67 



128,618,635 62 



• Market value. f Funded Debt, $28,477,804. 

t The Massachiuetts School Fond and other trust itinda dlsttnct firom the Sinking Fonda are 
not included, because neither the principal or interest of those fonds are applicable to the 
payment of the public debt. 

Note.— In addition to the above stated resources, the State holds 4,000 shares Norwich ft 
Worcester Railroad stock; mortgages on the Norwich and Worcester Railroad, and $8,600,000 
in Berdell Mortgage bonds of the Boston, Hartford and Brie Railroad, as Auther seoarity for 
the loans to those coxporatioiis. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



23 



Statement II. — ^Reyenub and Exfenbitubes. 



STATEMENT NO. II. 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR 1872 AND 1873. 

Summary Statement^ including amounts unpaid as well as paidy accru- 
ing in or belonging to the years 1872 and 1873, as nearly as can be ascer- 
tained. 



DWHHPII 

m. 


Revenue ;— 
Corporate taxes, and other sources. 
State Tax, 


187B. 

f 3,676,292 78 
2,000,000 00 


187S. 

(4,601,241 87 
2,260,000 00 




Totals, 


16,676,292 78 


*f 6,861 .241 87 


viu. 


Ordinary Expenses : — 
Legislature, . . . * . 
Executive Department, . 
Secretary's Department, . 
Treasurer's Department, , 
Tax Commissioner's Bureau, . 
Auditor's Department, . 
State House Expenses, . 
State Printing, .... 
Judiciary, .... 
Sundry Commissioners, . 
Agricultural, .... 
State Library, .... 
Charitable, .... 

Military, 

Reformatory and Correctional. 
Corporation Tax, 
Interest, .... 
National Bank Tax, 
Premium on Gold, . 




(303,349 37 
30,872 64 
29,502 20 

16.062 56 
21,631 16 

11.063 75 
26,277 85 
89391 67 

233,934 74 

90,969 30 

23,366 27 

6,100 00 

399,479 02 

179,687 46 

378,683 98 

1,119,582 61 

1,633,647 67 

34,783 81 

130,060 96 


(318,840 36 

28,628 16 

82,310 87 

16,866 87 

22,430 28 

11,687 66 

26,210 80 

69,984 32 

264,482 68 

80,637 08 

23,648 86 

6,466 90 

621,963 31 

215,790 99 

396,337 60 

899,376 69 

1,367,909 66 

781,666 50 

120,549 66 




Total Ordinary Expenses, . 
Special cu}d Exceptional Expenses, 

187B. 187S. 

LeffUUture, Sd Bm- 

slon, . $68,008 OS 
ExpeoMs great Are 

Id Boston, . . flO,896 43 
Printing»&e., . 11,684 60 
War Ezpenaes, . 680,867 80 $498,409 04 
Reformatory, &c., . 1,600 00 1,500 00 
PubUo BQil(Hiig«. . T2,789 68 128,814 18 
Troy and Qreenfield 

BaUroad, . . - 26,414 48 


14,667,736 81 

• 
a 


(5,192,276 43 




CanUd/orwxtd, $780,921 08 $646,187 66 


14,667,736 81 


(6,192,276 43 



*By thla Statement it appears tbattiie Beventie has ezoeeded the ezpendltorea in the snm 
of $751,3&1.71, Imt firom this balance some $860,000 will have to be paid fh>m nttezi>ended bal- 
anoea of appropriations, and to cities and towns on account of Corporation and Bank tues, 
whidi will leave the Bevenue about $400,000 in excess of the expenditures. 



24 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement m.— Revenue belonging to 1872 and 1873. 



REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES— OmcZwdcd. 



-J 





Brought forward, $780,021 08 


$645,187 65 


14,657,786 81 


♦5,192,276 43 




Honie 88 Pemberton 










B<inarey ... — 


27,687 00 








Normal Art Bchooli 


8,582 87 








Public Debt, . . 100,000 00 


- 








MlllUft Camp Ground, 84,6S7 17 


- 








Improvem'nta In Bol- 










ton Harbor, . . 18,864 09 


— 








GratuiUes, . . 2,545 80 


1,450 00 








Baring Broi. ft Co., 0,012 83 


- 








Kidder, Poabody & 










Co - 


80,898 01 








McCalmont Broi. h 










Co 81,746 78 


11,132 00 




• 




Premium on Bzch., 00,658 22 


80,501 66 








Museum of Zo(}logy, 


25,000 00 








Miscellaneous, . . 8»210 92 


8,002 20 








Unlyersal Bxpoait'n, 


10,647 25 








Memorial Statues at 










Washington, . 6,566 75 

m 


— 


1,009,065 78 


907,613 78 










(5,666302 59 


♦f6,099,890 16 



STATEMENT No. m. 

REVENUE PROPERLY BELONGING TO 1872 AND 1873. 
[Particnlars of 1873 in Detailed Statement No. IX.] 



Detail 
1 
2 
8 
5 
6 
7 
8 
10 
11 
4 
9 

18 
16 
80 
29 



82 
39 
83 



State Tax, 

Corporation Tax, .... 

Savings Bank Tax, 

Tax on Mass. Hospital Life Ins. Co., 

Annual Insurance Tax, 

Semi- Annual Insurance Tax, 

Life Insurance Companies^ Tax, . 

Coal and Mining Companies^ Tax, 

Gas-Light Companies^ Tax, 

Tax on Bank Snares, . 

Insurance Licenses, 

Interest on Sundry Taxes, 

Per cent, on State Tax, 

Fees from Courts of Insolvency, . 

Fines and Forfeitures, Supreme Judi 

cial Court, . 
Alien Passengers, . 
Alien Estates, 
Board of State Charities, 
Income from State Prison, 

Amounts carried forward^ 



187S. 

f 2,000,000 00 
1.539,748 36 
1,329,709 89 
86,104 01 
79,285 00 
23,352 29 
19,716 32 
4,631 50 
3,027 08 
170,814 A^i 
19,885 41 
572 88 
277 02 
71 00 

514 90 
8,664 00 

240 61 

8,608 28 

128,719 72 



f 5,423,442 68 



1878. 

12,250,000 00 

1,293,331 80 

1,454,719 46 

87.022 50 

192,345 04 

11,044 83 

19.956 10 
5,859 55 
3,000 00 

1,008,741 34 

20.957 16 
1,028 46 

232 59 
3,579 00 

511 10 

2,296 49 

7,205 92 

124,281 60 



♦6,486,107 34 



* Bee Kote on preceding page. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



25 



Statement ni.— Revenue Belonging to 1872 and 1878. 




REVENUE BELONGING TO 1872 AND 1873— ConcZtwfed. 



Licenses, 



Amounts brought forward^ 

^Jioome from Reform School, 
c^ncome from Monson Primary School, 
;^iicome from Nautical School, 
^^e of School Ship "Geo. M. Bar- 
-w nard," .... 
\ \ ^^ncome from Industrial School, 
\w\ income from State Almshouse, 
>!» > State Paupers, 
^ State Pauper, Penalty, 

27 State Police, . 
24 Corporation Fees, . 

21 Secretary's Fees, . 

22 Commissions, 

23 Hawkers' and Peddlers 
12 Railroad Companies, . 
26 Railroad Commissioners, 

28 Commissioner of Wrecks, . 

52 Lease of Fish Ponds, . 
44 Surveyor-General of Lumber, 
4.3 Confiscated Liquors, 
17 Interest on Deposits, . 

53 Premium on Gold, 

46 Quartermaster's Supplies, . 
45 Military Fines, 
50 Aid to Families of Volunteers, 

13 Troy and Greenfield Railroad, and 
Hoosac Tunnel, 

Attorney-General's Eicpenses, 
Interest on War Loan, . 
Interest on B., H. & £. R. R. Loan, 
Interest on Temporary Loan, 
Expenses of Committees, 
Kiader, Peabodjr & Co., 
54 Treasurer's Incidentals, 

Interest Troy and Greenfield R. R 

14 Loan, 

15 Premium on T. &. G. R. R. Loan, 

19 Loan to Wright & Potter, . 

20 Interest on ^an to Wright & Potter, 
25 Insurance Commissioner, . . 
31 Attorney-General's Fees, 
35 Income Bridgewater Workhouse, 

47 Militia Bounty, .... 

48 Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 

49 Repairs, Improvements, &c., 
51 Arrest of Fugitives, 
55 Baring Bros. & Co., 



187S. 

(5,423,442 68 

15,630 26 

3,774 25 

12,763 73 
3,279 57 
3,926 13 



9,905 94 

10,222 15 

133 83 

6,905 00 
14,292 00 

1320 00 
12,014 23 



465 93 

5,048 21 

77,145 28 

4,148 50 

8 32 

47,350 09 

300 00 

250 04 

1,799 46 

81 47 

4 25 

21|589 71 

1 75 



isra. 



♦6,486,107 34 

18,357 33 

640 35 

25 20 



4,000 00 

1,113 48 

10 00 

89 00 

18,849 20 

9,168 80 

184 85 

7,125 00 

22,848 00 

1,660 00 

9,257 91 

19 68 

2 00 

505 03 

13,805 31 

77,779 52 

22 85 

200 00 

12 50 

9 00 

47,700 03 



15,676,292 78 



18,630 79 



1,447 39 

11,427 47 

20,000 00 

109 47 

27 00 

210 57 

2.172 59 

13 85 

51,513 26 

2 00 

150 00 

26,095 20 



(6,851,241 87 



26 



AUDrrOFS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV.— Payments from Ordinary Revenue. 



STATEMENT No. IV. 

PAYMENTS FROM THE ORDINARY REVENUE FOR EXPENSES 

OP 1873 AND PREVIOUS YEARS. 

[This statement does not include the entire expentet of 1873. For this see State- 
ment IX.] 



Legislative Department, 
Senate salaries, 
Senate mileage, 
House salaries, 
House mileage, 
Clerks Senate and House, 
Chaplains " " •♦ 
Preacher of Election Sermon, 
Sergeant-at-Arms, . 
Door-keepers, Messengers and Pages, 
Printing and binding tor Senate, . 
Printing blanks, circulars, &c.. Senate 
Printing and binding for House, . 
Printing blanks, circulars, &c.. House, 
Stationery for the Senate, 
Stationery for the House, 
Newspapers for the Senate and House, 
Stationery and Printing prdered by Sergeant- 
at-Arms, . . ! . . 
Legislative Contingent, 
Expenses of Legislative Committees, 
Witness fees before Committees, . 



Executive Department, 

Governor's salary, 

Lieut. Governor and Council per diem and 
mileage, ..:.... 
Governor's Private Secretary, 

Messengers, 

Copyists, 

Executive Contingent, 

Postage, Printing, &c., 

Council Contingent, 

Secretary's Department, 

Secretary's salary, 

1st and 2d Clerks, 

extra Clerks, 

Messenger, 

Incidentals, 



Treasurer's Department, 
Treasurer's Salary, 

Clerk, 

Ist and 2d Assistant Clerks, . 
extra Clerks, .... 
Incidentals, .... 



Amount carried forward^ 



180,760 00 

349 00 

180,653 37 

2,063 00 

7,800 00 

800 00 

100 00 

8,000 00 

20,161 00 

24,695 77 

1,000 00 

22,845 85 

1,300 00 

960 67 

2,392 73 

7 02 

1,183 18 

4,552 64 

13,536 18 

146 55 



t5,000 00 

14,850 00 
2,500 00 
2,183 33 

560 00 
1,512 54 

450 87 
1,510 20 



♦3,500 00 
3,700 00 

18,797 01 
1,200 00 
5,224 00 



f5,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
1.371 54 



f 318,276 96 



28^66 94 



32,421 01 



15,871 64 



f395,136 46 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



27 



Statkmsnt rv.— Patmbnts fbom Ohdinary Revenue. 



PAYMENTS FROM ORDINAEr REVENUE— Oon^wtMed. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Tax Gommis8ioner'*8 Department, 

Deputy Commissioner, .... 

1st and 2d Clerks, .... 

extra Clerks, 

Contingent, 



Corporations nnder Creneral Laws, 

Mtomey-CfenertWe Department, 
Attomej-General^s Salary, . 
Assistant Attomey-Generskl, . 
Incidentals, &c., .... 



AudUor*s Department, 

Auditor's salary, . . . . 

1st and 2d Clerks, . 

extra Clerks, . . . . 

Incidentals, . . . . 



Btate House Eax>enses, 
Bepairs, improvements ana furniture, . 
Eo^neer, Watchman and Fireman, 
Fuel and light, 



House No. 33 Pemberton Square, . 

State Printing, 
Printing Public Documents, . 

General Laws, 

Blue Book, .... 
Publishing Laws, &c., .... 
Assessors* Books and Registration Blanks, 

Term Reports, 

ProTincial Statutes, .... 
General Statutes, Supplement, 
Law Institute of Chicago, . 
Advertising Proposals for Printing, 
Militia Laws, . 

Stereotype Plates for General Statutes, 
Commissioners on Statutes, . 
Codification of Raibroad Laws, . 

Judioiary, 
Supreme Court, Judges* salaries, . 

aerk, 

Reporter, 

Expenses, 



Superior Court, 
Judges* salaries, . 



Amounts darried forward. 



(8,000 00 
2,189 61 

12,410 33 
3,850 24 



f 4,875 00 
1,800 00 
2,890 24 



(3,500 00 

4,200 00 

8,282 81 

479 67 



(10,348 41 

10,620 84 

6,465 89 

24,147 44 



(50,009 32 

9,000 00 

7,864 18 

750 00 

3,062 17 

4,641 00 

1,647 43 

700 00 

27 00 

7 00 

892 70 

11,534 66 

1,000 00 

2,700 00 



(39,265 94 

3,000 00 

300 00 

1,670 04 



47,970 25 



(92,106 23 



(395,136 45 



21,460 08 
•343 05 



9,565 71 



11,462 38 



61,482 58 



93,235 46 



(582,686 71 



28 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — ^Payments from Ordinary Retenue. 



PAYMENTS FROM ORDINARY REVENUE— Cbn/inMed. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Probate and Insolvency Courts. 
Jud^es^ salaries, .... 
Registers and assistants, 



Justices, 
Clerks, 



Justices, 
Clerks, 



Justice, 
Clerk, 



Police Courts, 



Boston Municipal Courts, 



Taunton Municipal Court, 



District (hurts. 

Justices, 

Clerks, 

District-Attorneys, .... 
Attorney's Clerk for Suflfblk District, . 

Commissioner on Savings Banks, 
Compensation, 

Insurance Commissioner, 

Salary, 

Deputy, 

Clerks, 

Extra clerks, 

Expenses, 



Harbor Commissioners, . . . . 
Commissioners on Inland Fisheries, . 
Railroad Commissioners, .... 
Commissioners on Prisons, .... 

Liquor Commissioner, 

Inspector of Gasmeters, .... 
Bureau of Statistics oh the Subject of Labor, 

State Board of Health, 

Indian Land Commissioners, 



Amount carried forward^ 



f 92,106 23 

23,274 99 
26,343 33 



27300 01 
12,300 00 



12,700 00 
6,236 61 



1,200 00 
933 33 



14,669790 
6,126 00 

21,633 06 
1,000 00 



t2,000 00 
3.000 00 
4,416 66 

12,607 67 
3,162 02 



tll,476 41 
4,703 33 
18,638 64 
2,440 02 
6,260 00 
3,014 36 
9,649 79 
6,647 09 
979 92 



(682,^86 71 



244,222 46 
3,300 00 



26,186 25 



61,499 45 



♦910,893 87 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No, 6, 



29 



Stateicekt IY.-^Patmsnts fbom Orbinabt Revenue. 



PAYMENTS FROM ORDINARY REVENUE— Con<i«tt«i. 



Asmaumi bnmghi fortvardy 



Agricultural, 
Board of Agricnltare — 

Secretary's salary, . 

Secretary's Clerks, &c., . 

Secretary's expenses. 

Incidentals (including Report), 

Members' travel, . 
Agricultural societies, . 
Cattle Commissioners, . 



State Library, 

Books, 

Librarian, 

Librarian's Clerks and incidentals, 

CharUahle, 
Expenses Tewksbury Almshouse, 
Expenses Monson Primary School, 
Asylum for Blind, .... 
A^lums for Deaf and Dumb, 
School for Idiots, .... 

State Paupers not in Almshouses, — 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital,. 
Northampton Lunatic Hospital, . 
Taunton Lunatic Hospital, . 
Support by Cities and Towns, 

Burials, 

Transportation State Paupers, 
Expenses Sick State Poor, . 
Cases Settlement and Bastardy, . 
Agent Board of State Charities, . 
S^^retaiy Board of State Charities, 
Expenses Board State Charities, . 
Visiting Agent Board of State Charities, 

Pensions, 

Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
Contajgious Diseases, . 
Annuity of Timothy Murphy, 
Annuity of Jane Parks, 

MUUary Department. 
Adjutant-General's salary, . 

First Clerk, 

Extra Clerks, 

Incidentals, 

Quartermaster's and Ordnance Bureau, 
Quartermaster's Supplies, . 
Snn^n-General's Bureau, . 
Medical Supplies, 



Amfmnts carried forward^ 



12,600 00 

1,642 17 

312 88 

10,182 32 

1,242 81 

18,317 00 

69 88 



♦2,800 00 
2,000 00 
2,130 00 



f 90,720 84 
47,279 10 
80,000 00 
29,505 99 
16,500 00 

11,201 66 
46,616 36 
19,114 71 
80,778 67 
11,623 61 
9,792 76 
6,669 14 

633 69 

11,939 86 

9,245 66 

632 66 
16,891 66 

736 00 
10,000 00 
12,660 47 

160 00 

300 00 



(2,968 84 
2,000 00 
6,159 42 
4,042 90 
8,878 14 

36,709 66 

8,643 00 

322 66 



168,714 02 



(916,898 87 



34,167 06 



6,480 00 



411,790 60 



(1,369,271 43 



30 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV.— Payments from Ordinabt Revenue. 



PAYMENTS FROM ORDINARY REVENUE— Cbn^wMed. 



Amounts brought forward^ . 


168,714 02 


f 1,369,271 43 


Military Accounts, 


6,7^6 68 




Militia Bounty, 






117,210 98 




Armory Rents, .... 


1 




25,026 00 




Mlitary Tactics, &c., . 


» 1 




185 00 




Regimental Encampments, . 
Militia Camp Ground, . 


« 




1,745 00 




> 1 




83,979 17 




Mileage of Volunteer Militia, 


t i 




2,195 32 




Judge-Advocate General, 






638 39 




Transportation of Troops, , 






10,239 33 








266,689 ^9 






Expenses resulting from the War of the Be- 






bellion. 






Soldiers' Bounties, 


flOO 00 




Aid to families of Volunteers, 


» • 


602,195 61 




Soldiers' National Cemetery, 


» • 


40 75 


• 


Testimonials to Soldiers and Sailors, . 


» « 


108 34 




Employment Bureau, .... 


» • 


3,000 00 








505,444 70 


Beformatory, 




State Police, 


f 151,255 93 




Expenses State Prison, . 






115,615 54 




Expenses Reform School, 






51,259 11 




Expenses Nautical School, . 






2 90 




Expenses Industrial School, . 






24,719 21 




Arrest of Fugitives, 






2,120 71 




Agent for Discharged Convicts, , 






3,097 78 




Coroners' Accounts, 






1,641 27 




Expenses Bridgewater Workhouse, 




40,194 47 




Asylum for Discharged Female Prisoners, . 


2,000 00 


891.906 92 






Public Buildings. 






Monson Primary School, .... 


f 1,649 40 




Worcester Lunatic Hospital, . 


» 




59,985 .80 




Bridgewater Workhouse, 


i 




652 73 




Industrial School for Girls, . 






2,917 17 




Taunton Lunatic Hospital, . 






47,937 07 




State Reform School, . 






3,468 36 




New Lunatic Hospital, . 






299 33 




Bridgewater Normal School, 






24,000 00 




Normal Art School, 






2,596 30 










143,506 16 






Miscellaneous Accounts 


• 






Sheriffs' Accounts, .... 


1 • • 


f 436 96 




Weights, Measures, &c., 






720 00 




Corporation Tax, .... 






899,376 59 




National Bank Tax, 






781,565 50 




Annual Insurance Tax, . 






418 33 




Great Fire in Boston, . 






49,836 38 




Museum of Zoology, 




25,000 00 




Amounts carried forward, 


#1,757,353 76 


12,676,819 10 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



31 



Statement IV. — ^Payments from Ordinary Revenue. 



PAYMENTS FROM ORDINARY REVENUE— OwcZwdeti. 



JmoufUs brought forward^ . 

Loan to Wright & Potter, . 
Uniyersal Exposition, .... 
Memorial Stataes, Washington, . 
ConstractioQ of Roads at Gay Head, . 
Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Co., 

Experts, 

Census Statistics, ..... 

Electoral College, 

Gratuities, 



Interest. 
Qd Union Fund Loan, .... 
Bounty Fund Loan, 
Coast Defence Loan, 
Mass. War Loan, .... 
Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan, 
Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Loan 
Hospital and State Prison Loans, 
State House Loan, . 
Almshouse Loan, . 
Harbor Improyement Loan, 
Deposits, .... 
Temporary Loans, 1872, . 
Back Bay Lands Loan, . 
Mass. Volunteers, . 
Annuities M. Johonnot, . 
State Tax, paid in advance, 



f 1,757,853 76 

20,000 00 

10,647 25 

6,665 76 

. 1,087 98 

2,000 00 

874 60 

250 00 

179 25 

1,450 00 



McCalmont Bros. & Co., 
T & 6. R. R and Hoosac Tunnel, 
Premium on Exchange, 
Premium on Gold, 
LnproTements in Boston Harbor, 
Kidder, Peabody & Co., 



Total, 



tl77,330 00 

481,997 50 

43,900 00 

50,247 12 

427,492 01 

180,850 96 

7,480 00 

8,125 00 

5,625 00 

11,500 00 

9,191 46 

796 11 

10375 00 

170 19 

1,251 78 

1,077 43 



tll,182 00 
26,414 44 
89,591 66 

120,549 65 
12,024 81 
89,393 01 



f 2,676,819 10 



1,799,908 49 



1,367,909 56 



349,811 37 



16,193,742 26 



32 



AUDITOB'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement Y. — ^Debts and Liabujties in Detail. 



'■i 



STATEMENT No. V. 
DEBTS AND LIABILITIES IN DETAIL. 



Troy and Oreenfield Railroad Sterling 
Bonds, (Interest at five per cent., pay- 
able in London.) 

Due Apr. 1, 1888, .£610,000 
Oct. 1,1888, . 22,600 



Oct. 1,1889, 
Oct. 1, 1890, 
July 1, 1889, 
July 1, 1891, 



At 



. 29,300 

. 62,700 

. 413,300 

. 708,600 

£1,846,300 
. f 4 84 



48,936,092 00 



Dollar Bonds. (Interest at 

five per cent., payable in 

Boston.) 

Due Apr. 1, 1890, #200,000 00 

Apr. 1,1891, 216,600 00 

Apr. 1, 1893, 209,000 00 

Apr. 1,1894, 641,000 00 

July 1, 1898, 400,000 00 



1,666,600 00 



Nortoich and Worcester Bailroad Dollar 
Bonds. (Interest at six per cent., pay- 
able in Boston.) 

Due July 1, 1877, 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Bonds. 

aiterest at five per cent., payable in 
ndon.) 
iJue July 1, 1900, . . . £743,600 
At t4 84 

Staie Almshouse Scrip, Five Per Cent. 
Due Oct. 1, 1874, 

Enlargement of State House Scrip, Five 

Per Cent, 
Due Oct 1, 1874, 

Lunatic Hospital (Taunton) and State 

Prison Scrip, Five Per Cent. 
Due July 1, 1874, 

Amount carried forward, « 



#10,602,692 00 



400,000 00 



3,699,024 00 



60,000 00 



100,000 00 



94,000 00 



(14,746,616 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



33 



Statement Y. — Debts and Lxabujties in Detail. 



DEBTS AND LIABILITIES— Coniwttcd. 



AmcufU brought forward, . 

Harbor Improvement Loan, Five Per Cent. 
Due Jan. 1, 1875, 

Six Per Cent, Sonp of 1866. 
DueJuly 1,1862, 



Northampton Lunatic Hospital Scrip, Six 

Per Cent. 
Due June 1, 1877, 



(14,745,616 00 



280,000 00 



1,000 00 



50,000 00 



Union Fund Loan^ 1861 
July 1, 1873, 
July 1, 1874, 
July 1, 1875, 
July 1, 1876, 



Six Per Cent. 

♦8,000 00 

800,000 00 

420,000 00 

1,430,000 00 



Union Fund Loan, 1862, Five Per Cent, 

Due July 1, 1877,' . . |400,000 00 

July 1, 1878, . . 200,000 00 



Back Bay Loan, 1861-3, Five Per Cent, 
Due May 1,1880, 

Bounty Fund Loan, 1863, Five Per Cent, 
Due July 1, 1883, 

Bounty Fund Loan, 1864-65-66-67, Five 

Per Cent. 
Sterling Bonds — 
Due May 1, 1894, £826,600 
At . . t4 84 

14,000,744 00 

Dollar Bonds — 
Due May 1, 1894, . . 4,379,600 00 



Slate Prison Loan, New, 

CoaH Defence Loan, 1863, Five Per Cent, 
Due July i, 1883, 

Massachusetts War Fund Loan, Six Per 

Cent. 
Due September 1, 1886, . . . . 
ToUl Funded Loan, .... 

Amount carried forward, , 



2,158,000 00 



600,000 00 



220,000 00 



200,000 00 



8,380,244 00 
5,000 00 

888,000 00 



999,944 00 



128,477304 00 



♦28,477,804 00 



34 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V.— Debts and Liabilities in Detail. 



DEBTS AKD LIABILITIES— ConcZtwfod. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Sums due from the Treasury and not called 

for December 81, 1878. 
Interest on Almshouse Scrip, . 

State House Scnp, . 

Lunatic Hospital Scrip, 1857, 

Scrip of 1861, . 

Union Fund Loan, . 

Harbor Improvement Loan, 

Boun^ Fund Loan, . 

Back Bay Lands Loan, . 

Troy and Greenfield Loan, 

Coast Defence Loan, 

Hospital and State Prison Loan 
New Lunatic Hospital, . 
Worcester Hospital Buildings, . 
Bridgewater Normal School Buildings, 
House No. 88 Pemberton Square, 
Repairs, improvements, &c.. 

Fuel and Light, 

Normal Art School, .... 
Expenses of Committees, . 
Legislative Contingent, 
Council pay and mileage, . 
Judges Superior Court, 
Judges Probate and Insolvency Courts, 
Judges Police Courts, 
Clerks Police Courts, .... 
Assistant Registers Probate and Insol- 
vency, 

District Attorneys, 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
Military Accounts, 
Militia Bounty, .... 
Mileage of the Volunteer Militia, 
Aid to Families of Volunteers, . 
Military Camp Ground, 
State Police, 
Sheriffs^ Accounts, 
Corporation Tax, 
National Bank Tax, . 
Improvements in Boston Harbor, 
Asylums for Deaf and Dumb, . 
Troy & Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac 
Tunnel, 



Total Debts and Liabilities, 



♦75 00 

200 00 

660 00 

60 00 

1,085 00 

25 00 

8,887 50 

475 00 

1,325 00 

500 00 

600 00 

18 98 

5,056 27 

6,000 00 

1,995 00 

135 91 

2 35 

189 00 

12 10 

55 10 

2,012 00 

5,416 66 

126 39 

1,799 97 

299 99 

40 82 

166 67 

2 00 

447 05 

8,092 68 

28 68 

882 64 

558 00 

282 04 

27 20 

7 23 

195 81 

805 48 

2,688 29 

705 76 




128,477^ 00 



40,881 52 



(28,518,685 52 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



35 



Statichent VI. — ^Resources in Detail. 



STATEMXSirF No. VI. 
RESOURCES IN DETAIL. 



Ml 
192 



190 



189 



214 



191 



193 



Productive Property: — 

Debt Extinguishment Fund — 
Western Railroad Stock, . 
Cash, 



Union Loan Sinking Fund — 
Massachusetts Bonds, . 
New Hampshire Bonds, 
County, aty and Town Scrip, 
B., H. & £. Mortgage Land, 
Cash, 



Bounty Loan Sinking Fund — 
Boston and Albany Railrof^ Stock, . 
Massachusetts Bonds, . . . . 
Notes and Mortgages Back Bay Lands, 
County, City and Town Scrip, . 
Scrip of sundry other States, 
Cash, 



Mass. War Loan Sinking Fund — 
>wn Scrip, , .. . 
Boston ana Albany Railroad Stock, 



Town Scrip, 

a AiDany j 
Mass. Treasurer's Note, 



Cash, 



Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund — 
Rhode Island Bonds, . 
State of Maine Bondis, 
Vermont Bonds, . 
County, City and Town Scrip, 
Massachusetts Bonds, . 
Cash, 



195 



Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund — 
Massachusetts Bonds, .... 
Connecticut Bonds, . . . . 
County, City and Town Scrip, . 
Cash, 

T. & G. R. R. Loan Sinking Fund- 
Massachusetts Bonds, . 
Bonds of other States, 
County, City and Town Scrip, 
Back Bay I^nd Notes, 
Cash, 



#248,918 00 
118 00 



#985,000 00 

2,992 00 

1,200,000 00 

545,505 00 

16,508 00 



Amount carried forward^ 



#623,539 25 
143,750 00 
314,141 25 

1,415,324 44 

435,000 00 

90,415 14 



#113,000 00 

881,782 00 

5,000 00 

282 60 



#86,000 00 

79,762 50 

3,000 00 

329,500 00 
4,950 00 
3,764 66 



#22,000 00 

1,000 00 

16,787 60 

2,130 69 



#58,900 00 

87,000 00 

1,536,493 00 

52,285 58 

20,478 18 



#244,026 00 



2,750,005 00 



3,022,170 08 



1,000,014 60 



506,977 m 



41,918 29 



1,755,156 7-6 



#9,320,267 89 



36 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement YII.— Kailboad Bonds and Mortgages. 



RESOURCES— Concluded. 



Detail 
188 



194 



202 



Amount brought forward ^ 



Back Bay Lands Fund — 
Estimated value of Saleable Lands, 
Massachusetts Bonds, . 
Maine Bonds, .... 
Town Scrip, .... 
Cash, 



B., H. & Erie R. R. Smkin^ Fond— 
County, City and Town Scrip, , 



#1,300,000 00 
136,000 00 
48375 00 
88,870 00 
1,255 00 



Maine Bonds, 

New Hampshire Bonds, 

Cash, .... 



Commissioners Public Lands — 
Notes and Mortgages Back Bay Lands, 
v^asn, .*•...• 

Bills Receivable- 
Unsettled Claims against the United 
States, estimated, .... 
Proceeds of Land Sales pledged for 
Redemption of the Harbor Improve- 
ment Loan, ..... 
Land sold Boston & Albany R. R. Co., 

Cash on hand January 1, 1874 — 
For Railroad Interest, . #12,000 00 
On Account of Loans, . 8,000 00 



f52S,246 

249,250 

10,000 

15,405 



11 
00 
00 
86 



#120,454 
88,984 



86 
95 



#260,000 00 



230,000 
485,600 



00 
00 



20,000 00 



#9,320,267 89 



1,520,000 00 



797,901 97 



154,439 81 



985,600 00 



#12,728,209 67 



STATEMENT No. VII. 
BONDS AND MORTGAGES OF RAILROAD CORPORATIONS. 



The Commonwealth holds as security for the final pay- 
ment of Scrip loaned sundry Railroad Corporations, the 
following mortgages on said roads : 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad, 
Mortgage, May 1, 1887, 



Amount carried forward^ 



#400,000 00 



#400,000 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



37 



Statement Vin. — ^Income of Funds Specifically Appropriated. 



RAILROAD BONDS AND MORTGAGES— Comr/wefcd. 



Amount brought forward. 



Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Conu>any, 
Mortgage Bonds of the Road deposited with M!ass. Treas- 
urer and Receiver-General, 



♦400,000 00 



8,600,000 00 



♦4,000,000 00 



NoTBv— In addltloD to the above, the State holds 4,000 sharee Norwich and Worcester Rail- 
road stock, m ftirther secorlty for the loan to that corporation. These shares are liable to be 
•old, upon fallare to make prompt payment of principal or interest of the Scrip as it falls due. 



STATEMENT No. Vm. 

FUNDS, THE INCOME OF WHICH IS SPECIFICALLY 

APPROPRIATED. 



Iiiil 
187 
209 
210 
19S 
200 

201 



n 



Massachnsetts School Fund, 
Todd Normal School Fund, 
Rogers Book Fund, 
Agricultural College Fund, 
Harbor Compensation Fund, 
Newburyport Bridffe Fund, . 
Worcester Hospital Building Fund, 

Reform School Fund — 
In the hands of the Treasurer of the Institution, . 

B»ck Bay Lands and sundry Funds, productive 
property, brought forward, .... 
Totaf productive property of the Common- 
wealth, 



f 2,117,605 65 

12,100 60 

1,000 00 

860,067 40 

101,273 26 

344 36 

8,382 81 



20,000 00 



12,728,209 67 



♦15,438,024 19 



38 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



I 






ST ATEMEJBi T 

STATEMENT OF EXPENSES PROPERLY BELONGING TO THE 
YEARS 1872 AND 1873, WITH APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1873. 

[ParticuIarB of 1873 in Detailed Statement.] 







Expenses 


EzpenMB 








1S79. 


ISTS. 


ISTB. 


letail 


Legislative Department, 








56 


Senate salaries,. 


(38,844 00 


(30,750 00 


(80,750 00 


56 


Senate mileage. 


704 00 


349 00 


400 00 


57 


House salaries, . 


227,031 02 


180,653 37 


180,750 00 


57 


House mileage, . 


4,120 00 


2,068 00 


2,200 00 


58 


Clerks, Senate and House, 


8,050 00 


7300 00 


7300 00 


59 


Chaplains, " " " 


1,000 00 


800 00 


800 00 


60 


Preacher of Elect. Sermon, 


100 00 


100 00 


lOO 00 


61 


Sergeant-at-arms, 


8,200 00 


3.000 00 


8,000 00 


62 


Door-keepers, Messengers 










and Pages, . 


22,241 11 


19,986 00 


22,500 00 


63 


Printing and binding for 










Senate, .... 


33.036 94 


26.113 72 


47J0OO 00 


64 


Printinj? blanks, circulars, 
&c.. Senate, . 


• 








842 55 


1,000 00 


IJOOOOO 


65 

1 


Printing and binding for 










House, .... 


11,963 06 


22,379 10 


* 


66 


Printing blanks, circulars, 










&G., House, . 


1,200 00 


1,300 00 


1300 00 


67 


Stationery for the Senate, . 


1,148 25 


999 11 


1,000 00 


68 


Stationery for the House, . 
Newspapers for Senate and 


2,376 30 


2,471 44 


2,200 00 




House, .... 


31 82 


~. 


— 


69 


Stationery and printing or- 








• 


dered by Serg't-at-arms, 


1,068 26 


999 52 


IJOOO 00 


70 


Legislative Contingent, . 


4,450 22 


5,000 00 


4360 00 


71 


Expenses of Legislative 
Committees, . 










5,394 19 


12,939 55 


15300 00 


72 


Witness fees before Com- 




. 






mittees, .... 
Executive Department, 


410 67 


146 55 


1300 00 




(367,252 39 


(318,840 36 


(322,360 00 










73 


Governor's salary, . 
Lt.-Governor and Council 


(5,000 00 


(5,000 00 


(5,000 00 


74 










per diem and mileage, . 


15,720 OiJ 


15,103 00. 


16,000 00 


75 


Governor's Private Sec'y, . 


2,500 00 


2v500 00 


2,600 00 


76 


Messengers, 


2,000 00 


2,200 00 


2,200 00 


77 


Copyists, .... 


2,623 63 


493 33 


t 


78 


Postage, printing, &c., 


823 09 


400 15 


1,000 00 


79 


Council Contingent, . 


1,895 27 


1,485 87 


1,500 00 


80 


Executive Contingent, 


1,310 65 


1,345 80 


6,000 00 




(30,872 64 


(28,528 15 


(33,200 00 



* Joint appropriation with Senate. 

t Paid from unexpended appropriation, of 1872, of $1,028. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



39 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, Ac—OofUinued, 



Expenses 
ISTB. 



Expenses 
187S. 



Appropriations 
ISTB. 



Ml 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 



82 
82 
82 
82 
82 



83 

83 
83 
83 



84 



85 
85 
85 
85 



86 
87 
88 



89 



Secretary's Department, 
Swjretary's salary, . 
let and 2d Clerks, 
extra Clerks, 
Messenger, 
Incidentals, 



Treasurer's BepartmerU. 
Treasurer's salary, . 
L'lerK, ■ • • • 

1st and 2d Ass't Clerks, 

extra Clerks, 

Incidentals, 



Tax Commissioner'^s DepH. 
Deputy Com^ and Corner 
of doTporations, . 

1st and 2d Clerks, . 

extra Clerks, 
Contingent, . I . 



Corporations under Gen- 
eral Laws, . 

Auditor's Department, 
Auditor's salary, 

Ist and 2d Clerks, . 
extra Clerks, 
Incidentals, 



State House Expenses, 
RepairSfimprovements and 

mmiture, . . 

Engineer, Watchmen and 

nremen, 
Fuel and light, . 



House No. 33 Pemberton 
Square, .... 



♦3,500 00 
3,700 00 

15,463 52 
1,200 00 
5,638 68 



(29,502 20 



(5,000 00 
2,600 00 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,562 56 



(16,062 56 



(3,000 00 
2,118 97 

13.876 70 
2,224 66 



(21,220 32 



(410 84 



(3,500 00 

4,200 00 

2,880 00 

473 75 



(11,058 75 



(9,736 76 

9,355 00 
6,186 09 



(25,277 85 



(3,500 00 
3,700 00 

18,458 17 
1,200 00 
5,452 70 



(32.310 87 



(5,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,355 87 



(15,855 87 



(3,000 00 
3,102 01 

12,662 83 
3,380 15 



(22.144 99 



(285 29 

1 



(3,500 00 

4,200 00 

3,216 13 

671 53 



(11,587 66 



(8,795 00 

10,637 50 
5,777 80 



(25,210 30 



(27,687 00 



(8,600 00 
3,700 00 

18,500 00- 
1,200 00 
5,500 00 



(32,400 00 



(5,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,000 00 
4,600 00 
2,000 00 



(18,000 00 



(3,000 00 
3,500 00 

18,000 00 
4,060 00 



(28,550 00 



(700 00 



(3,500 00 

4,200 00 

3,400 00 

800 00 



(11,900 00 



(8,795 00 

10,600 00 
6.500 00 



(25,895 00 



(27,687 00 



40 



AUPITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IX. — Expenses belongino to 1872 ani> 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, Ac.-— Continued. 







ExpenMM 


Expemei 


AppropTlatloiu 






ISTS. 


187B. 


lars. 


Debit 


State Printing, 








90 


Printing Public Documents 










(estimated for 1878), . 


#41,600 13 


♦30,000 00 


♦30,000 00 


91 


Printing General Laws, . 


7,994 89 


11,146 64 


9,000 00 


92 


Blue Book, . 


6,878 86 


7,876 77 


9,000 00 


98 


Publishing Laws, &c.. 


760 00 


600 00 


600 00 


94 


Registration Blanks, 


647 06 


1,104 46 


2300 00 


94 


Assessors^ Books, 


2,048 00 


2,212 66 


• 


95 


Term Reports, . 


4,634 00 


8,094 00 


6,500 00 




Proyincial Statutes, . 


7,693 61 


— 


11,000 00 


96 


Supplement Statutes, 


1,504 92 


969 20 


700 00 


97 


Agricultural Report,. 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


97i 


Militia Laws, . 
Report of Shareholders in 
National Banks, 


556 49 


892 70 


700 00 




6,112 97 


— 


• 




Proposals for Printing, . 
Stereotype Plates for Gen- 


76 75 


-. 


. 












eral Statutes, . 


11,684 66 


— 


— 


98 


Comers on General Stat- 










utes, .... 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


99 

• 


Codification of R. R. T^aws, 
Judiciary. 


- 


2,700 00 


6,200 00 




♦101,426 23 


♦69,984 82 


♦84,900 00 


• 




1 




100 


Supreme Court, Judges' 










salaries, .... 


133,600 00 


♦39,766 94 


♦39,766 94 


100 


vylerK, .... 


8,000 00 


8,000 00 


8,000 00 


100 


Reporter, .... 


800 00 


300 00 


300 00 


100 


Expenses, .... 
Superior Court, 


1,421 08 


1,080 42 


2,600 00 


101 


Judges' salaries, 


46,040 14 


60,192 47 


60,300 00 




Probate and Insolvency 
Courts, 








•102 


Judges' salaries. 


22,378 66 


22,328 96 


22,500 00 


102 


Registers and assistants, . 


26,400 00 


26,883 66 


26,400 00 




Expenses, .... 


- 


— 


600 00 




Police Courts, 








103 


Justices, .... 


27,630 00 


28,200 00 


28,200 00 


103 


Clerks, .... 
Boston Municipal Courts. 


10,766 ll 


11,700 00 


11,700 00 


104 


Justices, .... 


12,700 00 


12,700 00 


12,700 00 


104 


Clerks, .... 
Carried forward^ 


4,668 97 


6,178 28 


6,200 00 




fl88,789 91 


♦200,829 72 


♦203.065 94 



* Joint Appropriation with Registration Blanks. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



41 



Smteuent IX. — ^Expenses belomqino to 1872 and I87S, etc 



EXPENSES, &C.— Continued. 







Expenses 
18TB. 


Expenses 
ISTS. 


Appropriations 
ISTS. 


hd 


Brought forward. 


tl88,789 91 


♦200,829 72 


♦203,065 94 




Worcester Municipal Court. 
Justice, .... 
Clerk, .... 


666 66 
400 00 


- 


^, 


105 
105 


Taunton Municipal Court. 
Justice, .... 
Clerk, .... 


1,200 00 
800 00 


• 

1,200 00 
800 00 


1,200 00 
800 00 


106 
106 


District Court Central 

Berkshire, 

Justice, .... 

Clerk, .... 


1,600 00 
600 00 


1,569 89 
600 00 


1,600 00 
600 00 


106 
106 


District Court Northern 

Berkshire, 
Justice, . ^. . . 
Clerk, .... 


1,200 00 
782 22 


1,200 00 
800 00 


1,200 00 
800 00 


106 
106 


District Court Southern 

Berkshire, 

Justice, .... 

Clerk, .... 


1,200 00 
. 300 00 


1,200 00 
300 00 


1,200 00 
800 00 


106 


1st District Court Southern 

Worcester. 
Justice, .... 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


106 


2d District Court Southern 

Worcester, 
Justice, .... 


500 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


106 


3d District Court Southern 

Worcester. 
Justice, .... 


800 00 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 


106 
106 


District Court Central 
Worcester. 
Justice, . 
Clerk, .... 


2,000 00 
1,666 67 


8,000 00 
2,500 00 


^,000 00 
2,500 00 


106 


Ist District Court of East- 
em Worcester. 
Justice, .... 

Carried forward. 


400 00 


800 00 


800 00 




#204,105 46 


(218,799 61 


♦221,065 94 



6 



42 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IX.— Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, &c.^CofUinued, 







Expenaei 
ISTS. 


Expenses 
1S7B. 


Approprlattons 


Mul 


Brought forward^ . 


(204,106 46 


(218,799 61 


(221,066 94 


106 
106 


1st District Court of East 

Norfolk, 
Justice, .... 

Clerk, .... 


875 00 
291 67 


1.500 00 
800 00 


1,600 00 
800 QO 


106 


1st District Court Eastern 

Hampden, 
Justice, . . . • . 


600 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


106 


l5^ District Court Northern 

Middlesex. 
Justice, .... 


600 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


107 
107 
107 
108 
109 


Attorney- GeneraTs Depart- 
ment. 
Attorney-General's salary, 
Asst. Attorney-General, . 
Expenses, .... 
District- Attorneys, . 
Attorney's Clerk for Suf- 
folk District, . , 

Commissioner on Savings 

Banks. 
Compensation, . 


3,600 00 

1,800 00 

2,312 61 

19,050 00 

1,000 00 


6,000 00 

1,800 00 

2,083 07 

21,600 00 

1,000 00 


6,000 00 

1300 00 

2,300 00 

21,500 00 

1,000 00 




(233,934 74 


(254,482 68 


(256,965 94 


110 


(3,300 00 


(3,300 00 


(3,300 00 


111 
111 
111 
111 
111 


Insura7ice Commissioner. 
Salary, .... 
Deputy, .... 
Clerks, .... 
Extra Clerks, . 
Expenses, .... 

Harbor Commissioners, . 

C<mimissioners on Inland 
Fisheries, 

Railroad Commissioners, . 

Comni'i-s on Indian Lands, 


(2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,424 73 

14,548 26 
2,636 77 


(2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,600 00 

14,264 80 
2,087 90 


(2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,600 00 

14,264 80 
2,700 00 




(26,609 75 


(24,952 70 


(26,464 80 


112 


(11,208 94 


(11,596 76 


(11,760 00 


113 


(4,976 91 


(4,325 96 


(5,000 00 


114 


(17,261 02 


(16,652 52 


(17,.500 00 




(983 92 


— 


— 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



43 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses belokging to 1872 and 1878, etc. 



EXPENSES, &c^—Gonlimted. 





1 


SxpentM 


Expenses 


Appropriations 






ISTB. 


187S. 


187S. 


Ml 


Liquor Commissioner, 

Inspector of Liqnors, ' . 

Inspector of Gasmeters, . 
Bureau of Statistics on the 


♦7,250 00 


- 


- 




(1,500 00 


- 


- 


115 


(3,014 85 


(3,000 00 


(8,000 00 


116 






% 




Subject of Labor, . 
State Board of Health, . 
AgricuUuraL 


(9,600 00 


(9,902 67 


(12,500 00 


117 


(6,360 31 


(6307 41 


(7,500 00 










! Board of A^culture— 








118 ; Secretary's salair, 

118 Secretary's Clerks, Ac., 


(2,600 00 


(2,500 00 


(2,500 00 


1,558 50 


1,345 00 


1,600 00 


118 


Secretary's expenses, . 


305 69 


310 87 


800 00 


119 


Incidentals, . 


172 87 


172 58 


200 00 


1-20 


Members' travel, . 


1,080 38 


1,303 41 


1^)00 00 


121 


Agricultural societies, 


17,689 15 


17,917 00 


17,917 00 




Cattle Commissioners, 
Slate Library, 


59 88 


- 


500 00 




(23,366 37 


(23,548 86 


(24,617 00 










122 


Books, &c.. 


(2,300 00 


(2,300 00 


(2,800 00 


122 


Librarian, .... 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


122 


Librarian's Clerks and In- 










cidentals, 

Charitable. 


1,800 00 


2,166 90 


2,150 00 




(6,100 00 


(6,466 90 


(6,950 00 










128 


Expenses Tewksb'ry Alms- 


< 








house, .... 


(84,185 77 


(87,641 75 


(88,000 00 




Expenses Bridgewater 
Almshouse, . 










13,811 67 


— 


— 




Expenses Monson Alms- 










house, .... 


9,687 21 


~m 


• 


124 


Expenses Primary School 










at Monson, 


87,185 68 


45,000 00 


45,000 00 


125 


Asylum for Blind, . 


80,000 00 


30,(X)0 00 


30,000 00 


126 


Asylum for Deaf and Dumb, 
School for Idiots, . 

Carried forward^ 


28,897 78 


29,300 11 


30,000 00 


127 


16,500 00 


16,500 00 


16,500 00 




(219,768 11 


(208,441 86 


(209,500 00 



44 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement IX.—Expenses belokgino to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, &c,^Continued, 




DeUU 


Brought forward. 

State Paupers not in Alms- 
houses — 


f 219,768 11 


#208,441 86 


(209,500 00 


128 


Worcester Lunatic Hos- 








pital, 


8,228 00 


10,371 75 


N 


128 


Northampton Lunatic Hos- 






> 80,000 00 




pital, . . . . 


43,121 18 


48,689 37 


128 


'(aunton Lunatic Hospital, 


22,224 37 


18,660 31 


4 


128 


Support by Cities and 










Towns, .... 


24,690 49 


25,000 00 


25,000 00 


128 


Support of Pauper Con- 










victs, .... 


411 44 


600 00 


500 00 


128 


Burials, .... 


10,858 86 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


128 


State Paupers (special al- 










lowances), 


2,470 10 


492 46 


492 46 


128 


Transportation State Pau- 










pers, .... 


8,907 98 


9,691 22 


10,500 00 


128 


Expenses of Sick State 










Poor, .... 


6,343 91 


5,573 67 


* 


128 


Indian Paupers, 


116 02 


659 00 


2,000 00 


128 


Miiss. Infant Asylum, 


774 26 


1,667 33 


3,620 38 


129 


Expenses Contagious Dis- 










tsaocs, .... 


64 43 


133,500 00 


183,500 00 


130 


Cases Settlement and Bas- 


• 








tardy, .... 


651 69 


743 79 


2,000 00 


131 


Ag't Board State Charities, 


12,879 88 


11,990 10 


14,000 00 


132 


Sec^y B'd State Charities, 


9,462 80 


9,488 18 


9,800 00 


133 


Expenses Board of State 










Charities, 


509 91 


670 06 


1,000 00 


134 


Visiting Agent Board of 










State Charities, 


15,329 77 


16366 92 


16,800 00 


135 


Coroners, .... 


941 42 


971 39 


1,000 00 


136 


Pensions, .... 


626 00 


696 00 


860 00 


187 


Annuity of Jane Parks, . 


300 00 


300 00 


300 00 


138 


Annuity of Timothy Mur- 






• 




phy, .... 
AlnVshouse Loan Sinking 


» 


200 00 


200 00 












Fund 


6,000 00 


— 


— 


139 


Eye and Ear Infirmary, . 
Military Department. 


6,000 00 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 




f 399,479 02 


(521,963 31 


(528,072 84 










140 


Adjutantr-Generar» salary. 


t2,500 00 


(3,000 00 


(3,000 00 


140 


1 St Clerk, . 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


140 


Extra Clerks, . 

Carried forward, 

1 


4,080 00 


6,584 44 


6,800 00 




$8,580 00 


f 11.584 44 


(11,800 00 



* Payable from Appropriation for Support of Paopers by Cities and Towno. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



45 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses BELONOiNa to 1872 akd 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, &G.— Continued. 







Expenses 


Expenses 


Approprifttloni 






ISTB. 


ISTS. 


187a. 


MI 1 Brought forward^ 


f8,580 00 


(11,584 44 


(11300 00 


140 


Incidentals, 


2,218 88 


4,085 03 


5,200 00 


141 


Quartermasters^ and Ord- 








; nance Bureau, 


6,220 47 


8,590 24 


8,700 00 


142 


Quartermasters^ Supplies, 
Sur^eon-Generars Bureau, 


8,425 48 


34,436 16 


84,500 00 


143 


8,454 52 


8,679 98 


8,700 00 


144 


^fedical Supplies, , 


311. 48 


802 66 


oOO 00 


145 


Military Accounts, . 


4,923 90 


7,455 47 


5,262 00 


146 


Militia Bounty, . 


111,418 13 


99,263 82 


113,000 00 


147 


Transportation of Troops, 


- 


8,765 88 


14,500 00 


148 


Judge- Advocate-General, . 


— 


1,138 39 


1,166 67 


149 


Armory Rents, . 


25,026 00 


81,303 92 


89,100 00 


150 


Military Tactics, &c.. 


144 70 


185 00 


800 00 




Regimental Encampments, 
Mileage of Vol. MiUtia, . 


1,745 00 


— 


mm 




2,219 00 


— 


— 




Muster Ground for Militia, 


84,537 17 


— 


15/)00 00 




Expenses Great Fire in 










Boston, .... 
Expenses resulting from the 


50326 42 


— 






$265,051 05 


(215,790 99 


(267,728 67 












War of the Bebellion, 








151 


Aid to Families of Vols., 


(522,922 55 


(490,309 04 


(640,679 00 


152 


Volunteer Bounty, . 
Monthly Boun^, 


50 00 
298 83 


100 00 


\ 2,000 00 




Returned Allotments, 


40 00 


— 


•^ 




Soldiers^ Nat'l Cemetery, . 


40 76 


- 


60 00 




Testimonials to Soldiers 










and Sailors, . 


4,020 67 


— 


— 


15S 


Employment Bureau, 

Beformaiary, 4bc. 
State rolice, 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 




f 530,367 30 


(493,409 04 


(546,629 00 










154 


(135,694 90 


(160,093 71 


(162,900 00 


155 


Expenses State Prison, . 


. 125,178 48 


120,000 00 


121,000 00 


156 


Expends Bridgew'r Work- 










house, .... 


27,251 82 


41,979 64 


40,000 00 


157 


Expenses Reform School, 


51,350 97 


61,747 96 


64,000 00 




Expenses Nautical School, 


10,407 46 


— 


— 


158 


Expends Industrial School, 


22,723 83 


24,036 67 


22,500 00 


159 


Arrest of Fugitives, . 


710 27 


2,011 92 


2,841 6'> 


160 


Agent for Disch. Convicts, 


2,980 40 


2,998 11 


3,000 (M) 


161 


Commissioners on Prisons, 


2,285 85 


2,469 59 


2,500 00 


162 


Discharged Female Pris- 










oners, .... 


1,500 00 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 




(380,083 98 


(396,837 60 


(410,241 50 



46 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses belongiko to 1872 and 1878, etc. 



EXPENSES, Ac-^OofUinued. 



M- 






•y 



•f ' 5 ■ 






.( .. . 



■I . 
t 

V 
I 





< 


Expensei 
18TB. 


Expenses 
1S7S. 


Appropriations 
ISTt. 


163 

164 
165 
166 
167 
168 


Public BuOdings, 

Monson Almshouse and 
Primary School, . 

Tewksbury Almshouse, . 

BridgewaterWorkhoose, . 

State Prison, 

Industrial School, . 

Worcester Lunatic Hospi- 
tal, .... 

State Prison, new, . 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital, 

Reform School for Boys, . 

Bridgew^r Normal School, 

New Lunatic Hospital, . 

Improvements in Boston 
Harbor, .... 

Troy and Greenfield R. R. 
and Hoosac Tunnel, 

Sheriffs'* Accounts, 
Distributing docum^ts, &c.. 

Corporation Tax, 

Gay Head Land Titles, . 

Gratuities, 

PubUc Debt, 1861, . 

Electoral College, . 

Alien £states, . 

Sayings Bank Tax, . 

National Bank Tax, . 


f4,618 17 

11,975 08 

5,000 00 

5,237 19 

4,917 17 

41,042 07 


(25,000 00 

8,416 75 

55,487 34 

4,500 39 

80,000 00 

409 65 


(500 00 

25,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

125,000 00 

7,500 00 

36,000 00 

650,000 00 




172,789 68 


(123,814 13 


(1,844,000 00 




(16,864 69 


- 


— 


169 


f 891, 978 88 


(26,414 48 


(25,000 00 


170 


(343 68 


(121 48 


(500 00 


171 


(1,119,682 61 


(899,376 59 


- 




(65 00 


- 


— 


172 


(2,545 89 


(1,450 00 


(1,450 00 




(100,000 00 


- 


— 




(179 25 


- 






(1,556 28 


- 


- 




(1,348 31 


- 


- 


173 


(34,783 81 


(781,565 50 


(10,000 00 



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47 



Statekent DC. — ^Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, &o.—Oontinued. 







Expenses 


Expenses 
1878. 


Appropriations 
1878. 


174 


Weights, Measures, &o., . 
Museum of Zo<>logj, 

Premium on Gold, . 

Dissolution of sundry Cor- 
porations, . 

Newburyport Bridge, 

Chicago Law Institute, . 

Refunded Revenue Tax, . 

Charlestown Sewerage, . 

Massachusetts Digest, 

Memorial Statues at Wash- 
ington, .... 

Baring Bros. & Co., . 

Kidder, Peabodj & Co., . 

McCalmont Bros. & Co., . 

Premium on Exchange, . 

Universal Exposition at 
Vienna, .... 

Annual Insurance Tax, . 

Construction of Roads at 
Gay Head, . 


f 1,468 70 


120 CO 


f 20 00 


175 


- 


126,000 00 


125,000 00 


176 


f 130,060 95 


1120,549 65 


- 




1437 25 


- 


- 




tl41 66 




- 




f 39 00 


- 


- 




f 154 20 


- 


- 




f 576 59 


- 


- 




f 1,925 00 


- 


- 




16,565 75 


- 


- 




f 9,01 2 33 


- 


- 


177 


- 


189,398 01 


- 


178 


181,746 73 


111,182 00 


- 


179 


166,653 22 


189,591 66 


- 


180 


- 


110,647 25 


115,000 00 


181 


t 


f418 33 


tl36 28 


182 


- 


1787 98 


1800 00 



48 



AUDITOK'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



If. 
'i 

i{ 

i'. 

r J -I 



' 1 
' 'i 

.1 



3 



Statement IX. — ^Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, etc. 



EXPENSES, AC'-Conduded, 



:\ 







EzpeDMs. 


Expenses 


ApproprUUIoos 






187S. 


187S. 


187S. 


Detail 






• 




183 


Census Statistics, 1870, . 
Boston, Hartford & Erie 


— 


f 270 00 


♦400 00 


184 










Railroad Co.,. 
Experts, .... 
Normal Art School, . 


— 


f 2,000 00 


♦5,000 00 


185 


- 


f 374 50 


♦1,000 00 


186 


- 


13,582 87 


♦7^500 00 


Interest, 








On Bounty Loan, 


f 433,459 59 


♦431,997 50 


<— 


Union Loan, 


199,620 00 


177,330 00 


m- 


Coast Defence Loan, . 


44,400 00 


43,900 00 


mm 


Public Debt Loan, 


3,320 00 


mm 


. 


Troy and Greenfield R. R. 








Loan, .... 


474,923 88 


427,492 01 


mm 


Boston, Hartford and Erie 








R. R. Loan, 


181,810 83 


180,850 96 


mm 


Back Bay Lands Loan, 
Harbor Improvement Loan, 


11,387 50 


10,875 00 


— 


11,525 00 


11,500 00 


— 


Mass. War Loan, 


142,554 30 


50,247 12 


.- 


Almshouse Loan, 


10,825 00 


5,625 00 


. 


State House Loan, 


8,600 00 


8,125 00 


mm 


Hosp. and State Prison Loan, 


8,430 00 


7,480 00 


— > 


Temporary Loan, 


1,017 17 


796 11 


~ 


Deposits, .... 


486 90 


9,191 46 


^ 


Mass. Volunteers, 


7 50 


170 19 


.. 


State Tax, paid in ad- 








vance, .... 


— 


1,077 43 


.. 


Annuities M. Johonnot, 


1,680 00 


1,251 78 


- 






f 1,533,547 57 


♦1,367,909 56 


— 



■i i 



• - 



1874.] 



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49 



Statement X. 



Utmim Tax, Ae. 



Details 1 and 2. 



STATEMENT Ko. X. 

DETAILS No. 1. 

STATE TAX FOR 1873. 

[Acta 1873. Chap. 8«2.] 



COUNTIES. 




TotaL 



Suffolk, . 

Essex, 

Middlesex, 

Worcester, 

Hampshire, 

Hampden, 

Franslin, . 

Berkshire, 

Norfolk, . 

Bristol, . 

Plymouth, 

Barnstable, 

Dokes, . 

Nantucket, 

Total amount assessed, 



f 850,650 00 

229,275 00 

868,617 50 

205,880 00 

46,327 50 

92,047 50 

28,800 00 

65,790 00 

132,232 50 

134,190 00 

60,457 60 

28.215 00 

4,140 00 

8,847 50 



f2,250,000 00 



Total amount paid within the year, on Tax for 1873,. 
Total amount unpaid January 1, 1874, 
Beceired on account of State Tax for 1872, 



12.247,450 00 
2,550 00 
16,320 00 



DESTAUiS JSTo. 3. 
CORPORATION TAX. 

[ Awci i cd upon valaation of Corporate Stock over and* above municipal taxation for Beal 
Estate and Machinery. Rate $14.40 on $1,000.— Acta 1866, Chap. 283.] 



Aqueduct Companies, 



Great Barrington, 


t217 35 


HaTerhiU, . 


841 87 


Jamaica Pond, 


521 64 


Milford, 


38 76 


New Boston, 


43 47 


Salem and Danvers, . 


472 87 


Springfield, . 


3,152 09 


Stockbridge Water, 


50 71 


WOliamstown, 


46 38 



f 5,384 63 



Brick Companies. 
Bay State, . . f 142 00 

Clark and Rich, . . 36 22 

New England, . . 115 92 

Taunton, . . . • 326 02 



Bridges, 
Cabot 4nd West Spring- 
field, .... 
Connecticut River, 



f620 16 



f 272 41 
36 22 



60 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



CvvpoiwUoa TAX. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAX-^Continued. 



Northampton, 


9332 69 


Westfield Store Co., 


f38 46 


Springfield, . 


834 36 


Westboro' Union, . 


63 03 


Sunderland, . 


167 86 








|1«525 17 




f 1,143 04 








Oas-Lighi Companies. 


Chemical Companies, 


Adams, .... 


f74 62 


Boston Djewood, 


1218 80 


Beverly, 


43 47 


Gloucester Copper Paint, 144 90 


Brookline, . 


1,063 67 


Hampden, . 


434 70 


Cambridge, . 


241 98 


Merrimack, . 


268 06 


Charlestown, 


1,009 96 


Salem Laboratory, 


108 67 


Chelsea, 


1,804 10 




• 


Citizen s\ Quincy, . 


150 70 




f 1,175 13 


Citizens', So. Reading, 


833 61 






Clinton, 


178 23 


Codperative Assodaiiona. 


Dedham & Hyde Park, 


627 20 


Acushnet, 


f 87 52 


Dorchester, . 


1,033 14 


Cigar Manufacturer8\ . 


197 06 


East Boston, . 


749 13 


Essex Boot & Shoe, 


42 02 


Easthampton, 


26 08 


E. Abington Crispin, . 


32 31 


Fitchburg, . 


100 70 


E. Templeton Chair, . 


60 49 


Gloucester, . 


467 66 


F. River Workingmen's, 


146 06 


Great Barrington, 


21 73 


First Hudson Dry Goods 




Greenfield, . 


210 83 


Groc. and Prov., 


21 73 


Haverhill, . 


694 07 


First Worcester Groc. 




Jamaica Plain, 


1,689 11 


and Prov., . 


101 48 


Lawrence, . 


1,086 75 


Gardner, 


14 49 


Lowell,. 


2,118 99 


Gosnold Workingmen's, 


50 71 


Lynn, . . . , 


2,324 20 


Hampden, . 


* 115 92 


Maiden and Melrose, . 


636 11 


Howard, 


43 83 


Marblehead, . 


21 73 


Natick Protective Union 


98 53 


Milford, 


575 11 


North Adams Shoe Co., 


78 25 


Mutual, Southbridge, . 


49 27 


Sandw^h Work'gmen's, 


25 79 


Nantucket, . 


60 86 


So. Abington Working- 


• 


Newbuiyport, 


549 21 


men^s Gro. and Prov*, 


25 72 


Newton & Watertown, 


1,022 70 


So. Hingham Ice, 


14 49 


North Adams, 


272 41 


South Reading, « 


43 32 


North Attleborough, , 


266 62 


Stoneham Shoe, . 


31 88 


Northampton, 


72 45 


Stoneham Union, . 


26 08 


Pittsfield, 


21 78 


Union Cigar Makers^*, . 


101 43 


Roxbury, 


2,489 38 


Union Company, . 


50 13 


Salem, .... 


637 66 


Union Grocery of Wey- 




South Boston, 


681 06 


mouth, 


14 49 


Springfield, . 


2,361 87 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6, 



51 



Statement X. 



emrj^rtMvm Tax. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAK-^Coniinued. 



Taunton, 

Waltham, 

Westfield, 

Woburn, 

Worcester, 



f 473 82 

326 02 

ISO 41 

210 82 

1,376 65 

f27«885 41 



Glass Companies, 
Bay State, . f362 25 

Boston and Sandwich, . 4,344 10 
New England, . . 2,028 60 
Standard Lamp & Glass, 217 35 
Union, .... 695 52 



f 7,647 82 



Hat Companies. 

Bayley, .... ^282 65 

Haverhill, . . 565 11 

Merrimack, . . 876 01 



f 1,223 67 



Insurafkx Companies, 
American, . . . f 3,332 70 
Beverly, 

Boylston Fire & Marine 
Dwelling-House, . 
Eliot, . 

Eqaitable Marine, 
Fancnil Hall, 



Fireman^s, . 
Fvst National, 
Franklin, 
Gloucester, . 
Holyoke, 
Independent, 
Manufacturers\ . 
Massachusetts, 
Mass. Hospital Life, 
Mercantile Marine, 
Neptune, 



652 05 
7,902 63 
4,347 00 
2,898 00 

724 50 
2,608 20 
4,564 35 
1,086 75 
2,898 00 
1,014 30 
1,014 30 
3,339 00 
5,940 90 
2,898 00 
7302 59 
4,640 42 
4,564 35 



North American, . 

Frescott Fire & Marine, 

Salem Marine, 

Shoe and Leather Fire 
and Marine, 

Springfield Fire and Ma- 
rine, . • 

Traders* & Mechanic8\ 

Washington, 



Land, Wharf and Real 

panics. 
Boston & Roxbury Mill, 
Central, 

East Boston Co., . 
Essex Co., . 
Fifty Associates, . 
Holmes* Hole Union 

Wharf Co., 
Katama Land Co., 
Model Lodging-House 

Association, 
Mystic River Corpor'n 
Nickerson, . 
Real Estate and Build 

ing Co., . 
South Bay Co., 
Wakefield Real Estate 

and Building Co., 
Waverly Co., 



f 2398 00 
2398 00 
1,449 00 

2398 00 

5,723 65 
1,449 00 
4,347 00 

183390 59 

Estate Com^ 

f 341 96 
24 34 

523 09 
5,773 60 

360 80 

30 60 
189 82 

159 97 
248 56 
124 61 

174 94 
1,086 76 

736 82 
7 25 

19,783 11 



Manufactories Brass, Iron and other 

Metals. 

Albert Field Tack Co., . f 1,086 75 

American Stop-Motion 
Co., .... 706 39 

American Straw Sew- 
ing Machine Co. 43 47 

American Tack Co., 144 90 



52 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



€?# ipom tlon Tax. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAX-^Coniinued. 



I 



American Tool and Ma- 

chine Co., . 
American Tube Works 
American Wiring Ma- 
chine Co., . 
Ames Mannf. Co., 
Ames Plow Co., . 
Athol Machine Co., 
Bay State Iron Co., 
Bern is & Call Hardware 

and Tool Co., . 
Boston Can Co., . 
Boston Forge Co., 
Boston and Maine Foun 

dry, . 
Boston Stereotype Foun 

dry, . 
Boston Type Foundry 
Bridge water Iron Man- 
ufacturing Co., . 
Burieigh Rock Drill Co 
Cape Ann Anchor W'ks 
Chelmsford Fdry Co., 
Clark & Chapman Ma- 
chine Co., . 
Clinton Wire Cloth Co. 
Consolid'd Wax Thread 
Sewing Machine Co. 
Dighton Furnace, . 
Douglas Axe, 
Dover Stamping, . 
E. Stebbings Manufac- 
turing Co., 
Fall River Iron Works 
Fitch burg Machine Co. 
Forge Village Horse- 
Nail, . 
Foundry and Machine 

v^O., ... 

Geo. H. Gilbert Manu- 
facturing Co., . 

Gilbert & Barker Manu- 
flacturing Co., . 



f 898 38 


2,593 71 


67 96 


72 45 


4,031 12 


444 84 


728 85 


24 92 


21 73 


270 96 



292 70 



181 


12 


607 


15 


2,127 


13 


679 60 


225 32 


116 


92 



14 49 
789 70 

144 90 

682 60 

3.203 74 

1,093 99 

688 27 

11,417 89 

292 70 

263 60 

116 60 

464 91 

323 13 



Globe Nail, . 
Gold Medal Sewing Ma- 
chine, 
Greenfield Tool, . 
Grover &Baker Sewing 

Machine, . 
Haskins Machine Co., 
Hawes Machine Co., 
Holyoke Machine Co., 
Hopedale Furnace, 
Hopedale Machine Co. 
J. C. Hoadley Co., 
Kilburn, Lincoln & Co. 
Kinsley Iron and Ma- 
chine Co , . 
Lam b Knitting Machine 
Lamson & Goodnow, 
Lowell Machine Shop, 
Magee Furnace, . 
Mechanics^ Foundry and 

Machine Co., 
Morse Twist-Drill and 

Machine Co., 
Lenox Iron Works, 
Mount Hope Iron Co., 
National Tube Works, 
New England Awl and 

Needle Co., 
Old Colony Iron, . 
Orange Iron Foundry, 
Parker Mills, 
Paul Whitin Manuf. Co. 
Plymouth Iron Foundry 
Putnam Machine Co., 
Revere Copper Co., 
Rice, Barton & Fales Ma- 
chine and Iron Co., 
Richmond Iron, . 
Rodney Hunt Machine 

v/O., « • • • 

Rollston Machine W^ks, 
Salem Foundry and Ma- 
chine Shop, 



f 1,776 02 

992 56 
102 40 

4,129 65 
204 31 
108 67 
427 45 
92 74 
265 53 

1,086 75 
165 26 

1,046 90 

101 43 

1,244 69 

3,264 31 

652 05 

24 63 



1,618 63 


78 97 


1,395 75 


3,495 71 


67 38 


3.418 19 


131 86 


6,965 02 


' 240 19 


159 39 


630 69 


1,331 63 


157 94 


3,866 80 


614 38 


150 70 



130 41 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



53 



Statement X. 



Corporation Tax. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAX^Coniinued, 



Sawyer Spindle Co., . 


tl44 90 


Belvidere Woolen Manf 




Simonds Manuf. Co., . 


951 99 


V/O., • • • 


♦796 22 


Smith & Dove Manuf. 




Berkshire Woolen Mills 


514 39 


Co., . . . . 


1,999 62 


Bigelow Carpet Co., 


. 3,419 64 


Somerset Cooperative 




Boott Cotton Mills, 


. 10,311 59 


Foundry, . 


301 39 


Borden City Mills, 


1,012 88 


Somerset Iron Co., 


179 68 


Boston Duck Co., . 


2,792 95 


Taunton Copper Co., , 


6,287 93 


Boston Flax Mills, 


72 45 


Taunton Iron Works, . 


386 88 


Central Mills Co., 


428 27 


Taonton Locomotive 




Chicopee Manuf. Co., . 


6,327 06 


M'fg. Co., . 


1,118 63 


City Mills, . 


307 91 


Taunton Tack, . 


130 41 


Crescent Mills, 


539 65 


Tremont Nail, 


636 11 


Crompton Carpet Co., 


86 94 


Walworth Mannf. Co., . 


2.253 19 


Dan vers Carpet Co., 


724 50 


Washburn Iron, . 


4,116 61 


Dwight Manuf Co., 


. 3.809 42 


Washburn & Moen Co., 


4,926 60 


Eagle Cotton Co., 


113 02 


West Amesbury Axle 




Elliott Felting Mills, . 


985 90 


and Spring, 


180 04 


Everett Mills, 


289 80 


Weymouth Iron, . 


1,212 91 


Fiskdale Mills, . 


1.007 41 


Whitin Machine Works, 


1,426 82 


Gaylord Manuf Co., . 


169 39 


^Thitman and Miles 




Germania Mills, . 


1,883 70 


Manufacturing Co., . 


2,077 14 


Glasgow Mills, . 


1.470 01 


Wilder Stove, Shelf and 




Grafton Mills, 


331 97 


Machine Co., 


202 86 


Greenville Manuf Co., 


672 34 


■ 


1102,112 19 


VJllSW VilUVllJO 1X12*11 UlcfeV/* 

turing Co., 


130 41 






Hamilton Manuf Co., . 


1.763 14 


Manufactories CoUon, 


Wool and 


Hamilton Woolen Co., 


, 6.123 96 


other Textile Fal 


>rtc5. 


Harvard Manuf Co., . 


23 18 


Agawam Manuf. Co., . 


f 31 15 


Hingham Cordage Co., 


108 67 


A. R. Young ^ Conant 




Holyoke Warp Co., 


14 49 


Manufacturing Co., . 


679 60 


Holyoke Water Power 




American Linen Co., . 


6,805 46 


Company, . 


691 17 


Amesbury Mills, . 


427 45 


Hopewell Manuf Co., . 


114 47 


Anchor Tape and Web- 




Indian Orchard Mills, . 


1.988 03 


bing Co., . 


72 45 


Ipswich Mills, 


486 86 


Annawam Manuf. Co., . 


114 25 


Ipswich Woolen Mills, 


397 75 


Annisquam Mills, 


318 06 


Lancaster Mills, . 


9,646 01 


Appleton Co., 


1,952 73 


Tiawrence Duck Co., . 


1.043 64 


Arlington Woollen Mille 


J, 36 22 


Lawrence Manuf Co., . 


669 90 


Assabet Manuf Co., 


326 02 


Lawrence Woolen Co., 


496 28 


Baldwin Co., 


311 53 


Lowell Hosiery Co., 


966 34 


Bartlett Steam Mills, . 


406 72 


Lowell Manuf Co., 


. 17.814 61 






!.i 



54 


AUDITOR'S REPORT. 


[Jan. 


Statement X. 


• 

C<iip>r»ttoa Tax. 


Detattj^ 2. 


CORPORATION TAX^C<mtinued. 



Lowell Woolen Co., 
Ludlow Manuf. Co., 
Lyman Mills, 
MasGonomet Mills, 
Mass. Cotton Mills, 
Mechanics^ Manuf. Co 
Mechanics* Mills, . 
Merchants* Manuf. Co 
Merchants* Woolen, 
Merrick Thread Co., 
Merrimack Manuf. Co 
Methuen Co., 
Middlesex Co., 
Miller's Falls Manf. Co 
Miller'sRiver Manf. Co 
Minot Manuf. Co., 
Naiunkeag Steam Cot- 
ton Co., 
Neponset Cotton Fact'y 
New Bedford Cord. Co. 
Newton Mills, 
Nonotuck Silk Co., 
North Andover Mills, 
Ocean Mills, . 
Old Colony Batting Co 
Osbom Mills, 
Otis Co., 

Otter River Co., . 
Pacific Mills,. 
Peabody Mills, 
Pemberton Co., . 
Pequaig Hosiery Co., 
Phoenix Cotton Manuf 

Oo., . • • 
Plymouth Cordage Co 
Plymouth Mills, . 
Plymouth Woolen and 

Cotton Factory Co., 
Plunkett Woolen Co., 
Pocasset Manuf. Co., 
Renfrew Manuf. Co., 
Richard Borden Manuf. 

V/O., • • « 



t65 20 
982 68 

4339 66 
28 98 

6,233 05 
137 65 

8,207 38 

1,536 33 

547 00 

103 60 

18,693 53 

778 11 

4,969 33 
990 03 
169 89 
359 21 

5,651 10 

76 80 

473 82 

207 21 

1,405 53 

297 77 

782 46 

836 89 

1,058 75 

6,390 96 

14 49 

21,735 00 

1,041 83 

1,492 47 

43 47 

99 98 

1,479 33 

466 58 

157 58 
215 90 
245 03 
828 10 

248 66 



Richardson Manuf. Co., 
Robeson Mills, 
Roxbury Carpet Co., 
Russell Mills, 
Salisbury Mills, . 
Saunders Cotton Mills, 
Saxonville Mills, . 
Shaw Manuf. Co.,. 
Slater Woolen Co., 
Stafford Mills, 
Star Mills, . 
Sutton Manuf. Co., 
Swift River Manuf. Co. 
Taconic Mills, 
Thomdike Co., . 
Tremont & Suffolk Mills, 
Troy Cotton and Woolen 

Manuf. Co , 
Union Mills Co., . 
Ux bridge Cotton Mills, 
Wamesit Steam Mills, 
Wampanoag Mills, 
Wamsutta Mills, . 
Warren Cotton Mills, 
Watuppa Manuf. Co., 
Weetamoe Mills, 
West Amesbury Manuf. 

V/O., • ■ • 

Wheeler Cotton Mills, 
Williams Manuf. Co., 
Williston Mills, . 



11,214 26 

943 52 

6,555 28 

76 07 

1,450 77 

820 75 

7,470 45 

83 68 

9,418 50 

90 93 

492 66 

106 50 

573 22 

148 81 

3386 60 

2323 52 

934 67 
1,729 16 
242 49 
24 63 
188 15 
289 80 
346 31 
102 82 
825 37 

S29 65 

97 81 
267 92 

98 53 

1218320 62 



Paper Companies, 



Agawam, 
Albion, . 
Carew, . 
Collins, 

Crocker Manuf. Co. 
Franklin, 
Hampshire, . 
Holyoke, 



1631 76 
217 35 
591 19 
596 99 
253 57 
130 41 
1,648 96 
2,724 12 



/' 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



55 



Statement X. 



€?# i»o r »U »M Ti 



Detau^s 2. 



CORPORATION TAX—Caniinued. 



Jessup & Laflin, . 


f 289 07 


Steam Railway Companies. 


Lowell Wadding an^ 




Ashbumham, 


f 173 88 


Paper Co., 


840 61 


Attleborough Branch, . 


1379 34 


Marlborough, 


463 68 


Berkshire, . 


6,781 32 


Massasoit, 


8,241 41 


Boston and Albany, 


191,138 07 


Hontagae, . 


72 45 


Boston and Lowell, 


8,087 89 


Hunroe, 


231 84 


Boston and Maine, 


17,637 18 


Owen, . 


1,002 71 


Boston and Providence, 


38,952 35 


Page, . . . . 


224 59 


Boston,Barre and Gard- 




Parsons, 


1,640 b6 


ner, .... 


801 80 


Riverside, 


796 95 


Boston, Clinton and 




Rassell, 


548 45 


Fitchburg, 


5,086 86 


Smith, . . . , 


692 62 


Cheshire, 


4,406 79 


So. Sadbory Manuf. Co.. 


161 56 


Connecticut River, 


33,440 15 


Union, . 


2,530 68 


Eastern, 


37,621 43 


Valley, . 


742 61 


Fitchburg, . 


51,293 28 


Whiting, ■ . 


1,070 81 


Framingham & Lowell, 


1,027 56 

4 J ^\^\ /i^% 




^k. -m. .^k ^^ ■ « ^^ ^ 


Granite, 


1,422 92 




f 20,844 85 


Hanover Branch, . 


530 91 


Rubber Compai 


rites. 


Horn Pond Branch, 


28 98 


Boston Belting, . 


f3,196 49 


Lowell and Lawrence, . 


2,851 99 


Boston Car Spring, 


365 87 


Mansfield and Framing 


- 


Boston Elastic Fabric, . 


8,003 78 


ham, . . « . 


739 85 


Boston Rubber Shoe, . 


4,318 02 


Middleboro' & Taunton 


634 '52 


Easthampton . Rubbei 


1 


Middlesex Central, 


1,704 02 


Thread, . 


330 62 


Milford & Woonsocket, 


524 54 


Clendale Elastic Fabric 


1 


Monadnock, . 


69 10 


V>v., * ■ • ■ 


547 07 


Nashua and Lowell, . 


7,107 72 


Na^iawannuck, . 


1,912 68 


New Bedford, 
New Haven and North- 
ampton, . . . 


8,835 75 


• 


f 13,674 53 


7^385 59 


Steamboat Oomp 


antes. 


New London & North^n, 


9,815 73 


Bay State, . * 


f 205 09 


New York, New Haven 




Boston and Hingham, . 


468 03 


and Hartford, . 


9,958 66 


Fall River, . 


146 71 


Norwich & Worcester, . 


12,097 76 


Nantucket and Cape 


1 


Old Colony, . 


71,879 50 


Cod, ', , . . 


369 78 


Pittsfield & No. Adams, 


5,542 42 


w 

New Bedford and New 


r 


Provid'nce & Worcester, 


22,335 15 


York, 


543 37 


Salem and Lowell, 


1,302 94 


New Bedford, Tmeyard 
andNantucketv . 


1,217 16 


South SJiore, . 
Stockbridge & Pittsfield 
Stony Brook, 


1,424 73 

, 4,876 24 

4,118 42 




|2,950 14 


Taunton Branch, . 


6,856 67 

1 • — 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



C# ipoimti o« TAX. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAX— Con/tntied. 



Yermont and Mass., . f 18,101 11 

W. Amesbury Branch, . 82 69 

West Stockbridge, . 286 90 

Worcester & Nashua, . 23,989 67 





f622,831 18 


Street Railway Companies. 


Albany Freight, . 


(724 63 


Arlington, . 


98 63 


Boston and Chelsea, . 


1,116 73 


Boston & W. Roxbury, 


148 62 


Cambridge, . 


. 11.331 87 


Highland, . 


1,677 94 


Lowell, . . • . 


199 24 


Merrimack Valley, 


406 30 


Metropolitan, 


. 11,791 24 


Middlesex, . 


1^9 60 


New Bedford and Fair- 




haven, 


72 46 


North Wobum, . 


149 26 


Northampton and Wil- 




liamsburg, 


21 73 


Soiherville, . 


1.107 62 


South Boston, 


6.886 66 


Springfield, . 


324 68 


Stoneham, . 


73 17 


Taunton, 


636 13 


Waltham and Newton, 


18 84 


Union, .... 


332 74 


Wmnisimmet, 


362 26 


Winthrop, . 


289 80 



139,667 61 

Telegraph Companies. 
Franklin, . . . f 482 22 
Ocean, .... 10 14 

Western Union, . . 7,473 08 



f 7,9 16 44 



Miscellaneotis Companies,, 
American Chair Seat Co.. fll7 89 



American Consol. Fire 

Extinguishing, . 
Amer. Marb. Cutting Co., 
Amer. Molded Collar, . 
American Optical, 
American Powder, 
American Rattan, . 
American Steam Gauge, 
American Watch, 
American Whip,. . 
Archibald Wheel, . 
Atlantic Car, . 
Amer. Shoe Shank Co., 
American Glass Screen 
Manufacturing Co., . 
Bay State Horse Rake, 
Bay State Shoe & L'th., 
Beckwith Lumber, 
Bay State Suspender Co. 
Berlin Mineral Water 
CyO., .... 
Boston and Colorado 

Smelting, . 
Boston Beer, 
Boston City Flour Mills« 
Boston Diatite, 
Boston Ice, . 
Boston Journal of Com- 
merce Publishing Co., 
Boston Lead, 
Boston Paint Mills. 
Boston Pianoforte Ac- 
tion Co., . 
Boston Sugar Refinery, 
Boston Tow Boat Co., . 
Boston Theatre, . 
Bradley Fertilizer Co.. . 
Butler Braider, 
Carver Cotton Gin Co., 
Cambridgeport Diary 
Oo., .... 
Cambridge Preserving, 
Cape Ann Isinglass Co., 



f 297 04 
69 66 

1,495 37 
634 68 

1.222 46 

3,777 64 

108 67 

20.107 77 

1,738 80 
101 43 
736 09 
170 62 

217 35 
163 59 
6,294 79 
147 44 
724 50 

115 92 



6,729 


74 


1,065 


01 


869 


40 


132 


22 


1,085 


66 


289 


80 


124 61 


43 47 


48 


47 


2,495 


90 


1,246 


14 


72 


45 


2,708 40 


217 


35 


749 


13 


1,072 26 


14 49 


117 


37 



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57 



STATE3CE11T X. 



€?*rporattoM Tax. 



Details 2. 



CORPORATION TAX— Continued. 



Clark W.Bryan Co., . 


12,178 60 


Mass. Arms Co., . 


f 92 74 


Cardany & Miller Fur- 




Mill River & Williams- 




niture Co., . 


235 10 


burg Reservoir Co., . 


50 71 


Chelsea Oil, . 


665 11 


Morgan Envelope, 


1,144 71 


Chester Emery, . 


203 22 


Munroe Organ Reed, . 


144 32 


Citizens* Ice, 


710 01 


National Alarm, . 


144 90 


Courier Publishing, 


78 90 


National Button, . 


1,521 57 


Danyers Bleaehery, 


1,449 00 


New Bedford Flour, 


970 83 


Dutcher Temple Mannf. 


342 69 


New Bedford Ice, 


14 49 


East Boston Dry Dock, 


86 22 


Now Braintree Cheese 




Eureka Clothes Wring- 




Manufactory, . 


24 12 


ing Miicliine Co., 


260 82 


New Eng. Felt Roofing, 


637 56 


European Globe Nail 


• 


New England Trust, . 


9,044 66 


vO., . . 1 . 


72 45 


New Marlboro' Cheese 




Essex St«am Mill Co., . 


69 62 


Manufacturing Co., . 


11 59 


P. A. Whitney Carriage, 


684 65 


Northampton Ix)an & 




Fall River Granite, 


178 88 


Trust Co., . 


1,449 00 


Fitchburg Flour, . 


63 61 


Norton Steam Power Co. , 


86 22 


Flax Leather, 


63 76 


Oriental Coal Oil, 


144 90 


Florence Mercantile Co., 


15 21 


Pacific Guano Co., 


3,962 29 


Foreign Sole Sewing 




Phoenix Manufacturing, 


231 84 


Machine, . 


72 45 


Pigeon Cove Co., . 


540 98 


Forrest River Lead, 


101 43 


Pigeon Hill Granite, . 


159 39 


Gazette Publishing Co., 


173 88 


Plummer Granite, 


112 30 


Globe Publishing Co., . 


217 35 


Presbry Stove Lining, . 


86 94 


Graton and Knight 




Reversible Collar, 


507 15 


Manuf. Co., 


1,014 30 


Rice & Griffin Manuf. 




Hide and Leather Mach., 


217 85 


Oo., • . . • 


441 61 


Holmes^ Hole Marine 




Rockport Granite, 


1,738 80 


Railway Co., 


67 96 


Salem Lead, . 


1,017 20 


Howard Watch & Clock, 


217 35 


Salem Shade Roller Co., 


173 88 


Improved Rotary Heel 




Salem and So. Danvers 




Co 


36 22 


Oil, .... 


350 66 


India Manuf g Co., 


289 80 


Seccomb Oil, 


220 25 


Kenoza Riding Park 




Shoemakers' Coopera- 


• 


Association, 


4 35 


tive Association, 


38 86 


Jamaica Pond Ice Co., 


181 12 


Smith American Organ, 


4,970 0/ 


Journal Newspaper, . 


679 60 


Somerset Potters' W'ks, 


38 19 


Lagoon Pond, 


13 04 


Somerville Union Hall 




Lawrence Lumber, 


115 92 


Co., .... 


5 80 


Loring & Blake Organ, 


161 56 


South Athol Manuf., . 


101 43 


Lowell Bleaehery, 


2,802 87 


So. Reading Mechanics' 




Mason & Hamlin Organ, 


4,360 04 


Agri. Inst, 


159 39 



8 



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[Jan. 



I 



,jJM;'- 



il 



,J 



> 4 



\i 



i. f 



I* Ml 



i 



I 



i! 



Statement X. 


C*r9«r^ 


iMi Tax. 


DETAII4Y 2. 


CORPORATION TAX^CorUinued, 


South Reading Ice, 


f 8 69 


Union Sugar Refinery, . 


f 2,660 36 


Springfield Collar, 


278 21 


U. S. Cartridge Co., 


144 28 


Standard Sugar Refin'y, 


1,954 70 


Ventilating Water-Pro'f 




Stoughton Boot & Shoe 




Shoe, 


202 18 


Co., .... 


194 89 


Vitrified Emery Wheel, 


219 52 


So. Williamsto'n Cheese 




Walter Heywood Chair 




Manuf. Co., 


13 76 


Manuf., 


2,024 54 


Sutton Cranberry Co., . 


28 98 


Waquoit Herring River, 


18 84 


Swain Turbine, . 


862 25 


Washington Mills Em- 




Taunton Oil Cloth, 


43 47 


ery Manuf., 


275 31 


Taylor & Farley Organ, 


957 79 


Wason Manufacturing, 


440 60 


Thayer & Judd Parafine 




Wells River Manuf. Co., 


37 00 


Corp'n, 


1,644 61 


Wdbum Agricul'i-al and 




Times Publishing, 


130 41 


Mechanics^ Asso., 


717 25 


Traveller Newsp. Asso.^ 


318 78 


Worcester Safe Deposit 




Tudor Ice, . 


1,875 01 


and Trust, . 


2,942 92 


Tumer^s Falls Lumber, 


812 26 


Wood and Light Ma^ 




Union Belt, . 


288 35 


chine Co., . 


1,170 79 


Union Comb, 
Union Ice, . 


88 89 
195 83 






f 124,646 01 


Union Stone, 


804 19 


• 





Beceived of the following named Corporations on account of 1872 and 

previous years. 



Arlington Piano Co , . 


t252 72 


Lenox Glass Co., . 


f 462 84 


Bay State Brick Co., . 


2,361 45 


Masconomet Mills, 


610 26 


Baldwinville Mills, . 


37 19 


Manufacturers^ Gas Co., 


72 66 


Bigelow Manuf. Co., . 


297 86 


Model Lodging House, 


1,740 46 


Boston Base Ball Co., . 


43 59 


Poquaig Hosiery Co., . 


43 59 


Boston & W. Roxbury 




Robeson Mills, 


506 15 


R. R. Co., . . . 


148 93 


Wells River Manuf. Co., 


35 SO 


Cary Improvement Co., 


6,947 15 


Whitney Paper Co., 


1,233 59 


Cape Granite Co., 


632 75 


Woodman Pebbling Ma- 




Flint Mills, . 


126 41 


chine Co., . 


14 53 


Hampden Card Co., 


14 84 


Pacific Guano Co., 


2,094 09 


Holyoke Warp Co., 


14 53 








Holyoke Water Power 






f 18,369 17 


Co 


671 28 







J: 



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59 



Statement X. c*n»«NUioB *«>• 


Details 2. 


■ 

CORPORATION TAX'-Concluded. 


Amounts refunded by Sundry Towns, 


Hyde Park, . . . |65 61 
North Bridgewater, . 9 21 
Northampton, . . 151 29 
Randolph, ... 429 67 


Sudbury, 
Worcester, . 


f 49 00 
6 76 


♦710 64 



RecapUulcUion, 

Aqueduct Companies, f 5,384 63 

Brick Companies, 620 16 

Bridges, 1,143 04 

Chemical Companies, 1,175 13 

Cooperatiye Associations, 1,525 17 

Gas-Light Companies, . . . • 27,885 41 

Glass Companies, 7,647 82 

Hat Companies, 1,223 67 

Insurance Companies, 83,890 59 

Land, Wharf and Real Estate Companies, .... 9,78311 

Manufactories Brass, Iron, &c., 102,112 19 

Manufactories Cotton, Wool, &c.. Fabrics, . . . . 218,520 62 

Paper Companies, 20,844 85 

Rubber Companies, 13,674 53 

Steamboat Companies, 24)50 14 

Steam Railway Companies, 622,831 18 

Street Railway Companies, 39,557 61 

Telegraph Companies, 7,915 44 

Miscellaneous Companies, 124,646 01 

Received on account of 1872, and previous years. . . 18,369 17 

Amount returned by Cities and Towns, .... 710 54 

Total, 11,312,411 01 



; 



60 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement X. 



lATlnvB BaMk Tax. 



[Jan. 



Details 3. 



DBTAHiS No. 8. 
SAVINGS BANKTAX. 

[Three-foQithB of one per cent, on Average Deposits, payable May 1, and November 1.— Aeti 

1882, Obap. 224; 1868, Cbap. 315.] 



Suffolk County. 
Home Savings Bank, . . . . 
Franklin Institution for Savings, Boston, 
Provident Institution for Savings, . 
Suffolk Savings Bank, . . 
East Boston Savings Bank, . 
Chelsea Savings Bank, . 
Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, . 
Mercantile Savings Institution, Boston, 
South Boston Five Cents Savings Bank 
Boston Penny Savings Bank, . 
Union Institution for Savings, 
West Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Emigrant Savings Bank, . 
North End Savings Bank, 
Dorchester Savings Bank, 
Roxbury Institution for Savings, . 
Eliot Five Cents Savings Bank, 



Essex County. 
Andover Savings Bank, . 
Danvers Savings Bank, . 
Cape Ann Savings Bank, 
Haverhill Savings Bank, 
Essex Savings Bank, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, . 
Newburyport Institution for Savings, 
Rockport Savings Bank, . 
Salem Savings Bank, .... 
Provident Institution for Savings, Amesbury 
I^n Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Warren Five Cents Savings Bank, . 
Salem Five Cents Savings Bank, . 
Beverly Savings Bank, , 
Lawrence Savm^s Bank, 
Georgetown Savings Bank, 
City Five (^ents Savings Bank 
Groveland Savings Bank, 
Amesbury Savings Bank, 
Ipswich Savings Bank, . 
Marblehead Savings Bank, 
Broadway Savings Bank, 



, Haverhill, 



Middlesex County. 
Cambridge Institution for Savings, 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, 

Amounts carried forward. 



f 38,743 32 

29,633 60 

96,485 48 

60,341 07 

12,895 00 

5,745 13 

81,536 68 

28,280 00 

9,060 32 

8,192 74 

26,315 70 

20,894 49 

14,329 64 

3,113 60 

3,656 56 

17,054 06 

7,189 51 



17,484 62 

6,029 77 

6,460 21 

18,050 75 

21,991 18 

11,181 51 

30,505 47 

2,539 22 

41,315 49 

8,407 83 

10,049 93 

5,664 31 

6,545 52 

12,737 28 

3,323 44 

2,599 31 

434 29 

4,810 35 

147 96 

286 05 

272 49 

693 69 

2,088 41 



f 10,584 53 
10,663 98 



121,248 51 



f 453,466 90 



203,609 08 



♦657,075 98 



1874.] 



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61 



Stjltsxent X. 



Tax. 



Details 3. 



SAVINGS BANK TAX^Continued. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Warren Institution for Saving, 
Middlesex Institution for Savings, Concord, 
Fnuningham Savings Bank, . 
City Institution for Savings, Lowell, 
* Lowell Institutions for Savings, 
Mechanics^ Institution for Savings, Lowell, 
Maiden Savings Bank, .... 
Marlborough Savings Bank, . 
Central Savings Bank, Lowell, 
Institution fur Savings, Newton, . 
Waltham Savings Bank, .... 
Brighton Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Charlestown Five Cents Savings Bank, . 
East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Wakefield Savings Bank, 
Medford Savings Bank, . 
Lowell Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Natick Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Hopkinton Savings Bank, 
Stoneham Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Wobum Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Arlington Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Hudson Savings Bank, . 
Reading Savings Bank, . 
Watertown Savings Bank, 
Merrimack Kiver Savings Bank, 
Lexington Savings Bank, 
Winchester Saving Bank, 
HoUiston Savings Bank, . 
North Avenue Savings Bank, . 

Worcester County. 
Clinton Savings Bank, . 
Fitehburg Savmgs Bank, 
Lancaster Savings Bank, 
Milford Savings Bank, . 
Millburv Savings Bank, . 
North Brookfield Savings Bank, 
Southbridge Savings Bank, . 
Winchendon Savings Bank, . 
Worcester County Institution for Savings, 
Worcester Mechanics^ Savings Bank, 
Worcester Five Cents Savings Bank, 
People's Savings Bank, Worcester, 
Leominster Savings Bank, 
Athol Savings Bank, 
Webster Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Worcester North Savings Bank, . 
Gardner Savings Bank, . 

Amounts carried forward. 




f 2 1,248 51 

23.990 78 

7,158 25 

6,875 78 

24,485 90 

14,081 07 

14,253 19 

1,507 61 

4,017 61 

4,836 33 

2,235 45 

7,467 15 

1,284 32 

17,821 59 

5,460 65 

617 27 

1,272 50 

19,243 74 

2,357 59 

839 29 

1,951 91 

3,016 03 

3,329 60 

1,238 00 

1,277 74 

482 62 

1,032 43 

' 307 19 

320 92 

491 56 

119 88 



f 4,1 65 47 

17,079 68 

6,689 39 

3,469 68 

2,181 65 

1,802 64 

5,222 06 

3,489 38 

38,028 84 

17,415 11 

8,345 26 

22,667 73 

2,877 71 

4,287 15 

1,657 47 

6,938 23 

3,303 20 



tl49,620 65 



1657,075 98 



194,622 46 



f 85 1,698 44 



62 


AUDITOR'S REPORT. 


[Jan. 


Statement X. 


timvtMm* BabK TajL. 


Detaii^ 3. 




SAVINGS BANK TAX^-^Continued. 


• 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Westborough Savings Bank, 
Barre Savings Bank, 
Grafton Savings Bank, . 
Leicester Savings Bank, . 
Uxbridge Savings Bank, 
Ashbumham Savings Bank, 
Spencer Savings Bank, . 
Teinpleton Savings Bank, 
Brookfield Savings Bank, 



HAUPSniRE COXJNTY. 

Northampton Institution for Savings, 
Ware Savings Bank, . - 
Holyoke Savings Bank, . 
Amherat Savings Bank, . 
Hampshire Savings Bank, 
Easthampton Savings Bank, 
Haydenville Savings Bank, 
Mechanics^ Savings Bank, 
Florence Savings Bank, . 

Hampden County. 
Chicopee Savings Bank, . 
Hampden Savings Bank, 
Sprin^eld Institution for Savings, 
Westfield Savings Bank, 
Springfield Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Palmer Savings Bank, . 
Wales Savings Bank, 
Woronoco Savings Bank, Westfield, 
Monson Sayings Bank, . 



Franklin County. 
Franklin Savings Institution, Greenfield, 
Shelburne Falls Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Greenfield Savings Bank, 
Orange Savings Bank, .... 
Crocker Institution for Savings, 

Berkshire County. 
North Adams Savings Bank, . 
Lee Savings Bank, . 
Berkshire County Savings Sank, 
South Adams Savings Bank, . 
Great Barrington Savings Bank, 
Hoosac Savings Bank, . 
Stockbridge Savings Bank, . 
Miners' Savings Bank, West Stockbridge, 



Amownl carried fonvardj 



f U9,620 65 

1,295 79 

1,728 05 

689 69 

1,324 46 

1,172 55 

11 87 

866 80 

247 17 

74 92 



f 12,477 91 

10,944 92 

6,047 57 

2,305 89 

2,057 16 

825 74 

1,051 65 

579 24 

22 45 



t3,029 64 

10,027 11 

88,766 99 

4,890 85 

7,844 58 

1,698 61 

228 23 

1,672 48 

679 85 



f 19,1 18 68 

4,207 50 

5,892 95 

458 24 

79 47 



14,888 20 

8,039 73 

18,243 36 

1,673 57 

2,728 60 

1,174 69 

271 50 

159 48 



f851,698 44 



156,526 45 



86,812 08 



68,882 79 



29,256 79 



27,124 08 



fl,169,750 58 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



63 



Statement X. 



SatI 



Tax. 



Details 3. 



SAVINGS BANK TAX^Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Norfolk County. 
Canton Institution for Savings, 
Cohasset Savings Bank, . 
Dedbam Institution for Savings, . 
Brookline Savings Bank, 
Quincy Saving Bank, . 
Randolph Savings Bank, 
Hvde Park Savings Bank, 
Weymouth Savings Bank, 
Foxborough Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Medwav Savings Bank, . 
South Weymouth Savings Bank, . 
Braintree Saving Bank, . 
Benjamin Franklin Savings Bank, . 
East Weymouth Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Jamaica Plain Savings Bank, . 

Bristol County. 
Taunton Savings Bank, . 
Attleborough Savings Bank, . 
Fairhaven Institution for Savings, . 
Fall River Savings Bank, 
New Bediord Institution for Savings, 
Bristol County Savings Bank, 
Fall River Five Cents Savings Bank, 
New Bedford Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Citizens' Savings Bank, Fall River, 
North Easton Savings Bank, . 
Union Savings Bank, Fall River, . 

Plymouth County. 
Abington Savings Bank, 
£ast Abino^n Savings Bank, 
llingham Institution for Savings, . 
Norai Bridgewater Savings Bank, . 
Plymouth Savings Bank, 
Scttuate Savings Bank, . 
South Scitnate Savings Bank, . 
Plymouth Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Wareham Savings Bank, 
East Bridgewater Savings Bank, . 
Bridgewater Savings Bank, . 
lliddleborough Savmgs Bank, 

Barnstable County. 

Barnstable Institution for Savings, 
Seaman's Saving Bank, 
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Wellfleet Savings Bank, . . 
Hyannis Savings Bank, . 



Dukes County Savings Bank, . 
Nantucket Institution for Savings, 



Total, 



f 1,997 04 

2,609 00 

7,665 34 

452 00 

7,218 85 

4,076 36 

297 37 

5,506 62 

1,482 84 

503 49 

1,765 86 

227 79 

689 44 

141 39 

87 22 



19,338 87 

1324 87 

5,108 01 

87,245 27 

56,109 38 

21,116 69 

9,607 58 

16.662 12 

12.663 93 
1,647 85 
4,734 92 



f5,712 56 

1,886 69 

10,380 71 

3,846 97 

14,049 99 

1,048 39 

2,713 21 

3,313 01 

3,807 01 

276 07 

469 23 

52 74 



f 10,687 67 

4.103 89 
3,267 06 

2.104 03 
3,334 15 

6 89 
4.179 01 



f 1,169,750 58 



34,670 61 



175,058 99 



47,556 58 



27,682 70 



1(1,454,719 46 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statejient X. 



Baak Tmx. 



DBTAILS No. 4. 
NATIONAL BANK TAX. 

[AcU 1ST3, Cbiip. Slk] 

AmouJU received from Cities and Towns as follou 



Aliington, . 


♦1,040 19 


Holliston, . . tl,I01 96 


Adams. 


11.746 66 


llolyolfe. 






4.4%^ 80 


Amesbury, . 


390 33 


Hopkinton, 






1398 98 


Amherst, 


1,257 36 


Lancaster, 






2,647 79 


ADdover, 


2,082 69 


Lawrence, 






8,043 87 


Athol. . 


1,959 69 


Lee. . 






3,126 94 


Attleborough, 


72 32 


Leicester, 






1,301 81 


Barnstable, . 


399 62 


Leominster, 






610 50 


Barre, . 


773 71 


Lowell, . 






23,666 14 


Beverly. 


1,425 40 


Lynn, . 






13391 73 


BoatoD, . 


578,766 37 


Maiden. 






1,255 77 


Brighton, 


3,476 21 


Marbleheod, 






2307 12 


Cambriilge, . 


4,919 02 


Unrlborough 






2.421 50 


Canton, 


1.520 24 


Methuen, 






1,225 29 


Charlestttwn, 


8366 63 


Milford, 






3320 40 


Chelsea, 


3,461 73 


MillbniT, 






2J)66 50 


Chicopeo, 


2307 08 


Monson, 






1,254 54 


Concord, 


671 00 


Montague, 






970 29 


Clinton, 


3,423 60 


Nantucket, 






927 60 


Conway, 


1,449 91 


New Bedford, 




32,133 09 


Danvers, 


1.635 88 


Newburyport, 




8,636 92 


Dedham, 


3,299 08 


Newton, 




1,434 68 




1,612 09 






19386 62 


Easton, . 


683 65 


Northborough, 




764 31 


Edgartown, . 


438 46 


Oxford, . 




1,025 27 


Fairhaven, . 


2,421 09 


Peabody, 






4,619 12 


Fall River, . 


18.941 28 


Pittsfield, 






5379 32 


Falmonlh, . 


385 60 


Plymouth. 






4,970 62 


Fitchburg. . 


8,224 30 


Provinoetowr 






2371 03 


Framingham, 


2,136 27 


Qnincy, 






2.967 41 


Franklin, . . 


991 35 


Randolph, 






2.454 68 


Gardner, . 


493 76 


Rockport, 






1.112 30 


Gloucester, . 


5,698 20 


Salem, . 






21,247 02 


Grallon, 


1.281 68 


Salisbury. 






1.139 71 


Great Barrington, 


1,318 43 


Shelburne, 






1,807 23 


Greenfield, . 


9,108 77 


Southbridge. 






1.726 23 


Harwich, . 


5,073 26 


Springfield, 






38,959 36 


Haverhill, . 


12,976 59 


Stockbridge, 






1,743 10 


Hingham, . 


1.528 92 


Taunton, 






11,316 25 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



65 



Statement X. 



Details 4 and 5. 



NATIONAL BANK TAX^Oonduded. 



Townsend, 
Uxbridge, 
Wakefield, 
Waltham, 
Ware, . 
Wareham, 
Westborough, 
Westfield, . 



11335 65 
600 43 
697 39 
935 59 

8,102 62 
777 78 
752 74 

8,287 15 



Weymouth, . 
Winchendon, 
Wobum, 
Worcester, . 
Wrentham, . 
Yarmouth, . 



f3,297 82 
1,430 81 
1,647 74 

28,304 97 

881 62 

5.614 72 



Jl, 008,741 84 



Amount received from Cities and Towns on account of previous years. 



Anbum, 


tl6 90 


Lawrence, . 


f5 45 


Adams, . 


164 09 


Leominster, . 


7 06 


Attleborough, 


47 77 


Orange, 1871, 


22 76 


Barnstable, . 


45 19 


Taunton, 


27 22 


Boston, 1868, 1869, 18 


70, 7,805 84 


Townsend, . 


236 99 


Conway, 


127 64 


Waltham, 


43 45 


Chesterfield, . 


15 56 


Williamsburg, 


5 43 


Fahnouth, 


40 


Westhampton, 


12 77 


Greenfield, . 


1,039 23 


Yarmouth, . 


446 60 


Hatfield, 1871, . 


98 72 


Springfield, . 


146 77 


Hyde Park, . • 
Holland, 


2 03 
17 








110,318 04 



Becapitulation, 

Received on account of 1878, J 1,008,741 34 

Received on account of previous years, .... 10,318 04 



f 1,019,059 38 



DIBTAIIiS TSfo. 6. 

TAX ON MASSACHUSETTS HOSPITAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

[Three-foorths of one p«r eent. on Bepodto.— Acts 1802, Chap. 824; 1866, Chap. 888.] 



Received on moneys, &c., held in trust, 



f87,022 50 



9 



66 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



Details 6 and 7. 



DBTAHiB No. 6. 
ANNUAL INSURANCE TAX. 

[Qen. But Chap. 68; AcU 1862, '64, Chaps. 222 and 208; 1867, Chap. 267; 1868, Chap. 166; 

Acts 1873, Chap. 141.] 



Received from sundry Agents, 



1192,845 04 



i^ 



DSTAHiB No. 7. 
SEMI-ANNUAL INSURANCE TAX. 

[One per cent on Net Business.— Gen. Stat Chap. 68; Acts 1862, '64, Chaps. 222 and 208; 186T, 

Chap. 267; 1868, Chaps. 166 and 283; 1878, Chap. 141.] 



Abington, 
Annisquam Mutual, 
Arkwright, . 
Attleborougb, 
Barnstable County, 
Berlsshire, 

Boston Manufacturers\ 
Bristol County, 
Builders', 

Cambridge Mutual, 
Central Mutual, . 
Citizens' Mutual, . . . 

City 

CohassetMutual, . 

Conway Mutual, . 

Dedham Mutual, . 

Dorchester Mutual, 

Essex Mutual, 

Fall River Manufacturers', 

Fitchburg Mutual, 

Franklin, 

Groveland Mutual, 

Housatonic, . 

Hingham and Cohasset Fishing, 

Hampshire Mutual, 

Hingham Mutual, . 

Holyoke Mutual, . 

Independent, 

Lowell Mutual, . 

Lynn Mutual, 

Massachusetts Mutual, . 

Merchants' and Farmers', 

Middlesex Mutual, 

Mutual Assurance, 

Amount carried forward^ 



Abington, 

Gloucester, 

Boston, 

Attleborough 

Barnstable, 

Pittsfield, 

Boston, 

New Bedford 

Boston, 

Cambridge, 

Worcester, 

Brighton, 

Ro5bury, 

Cohasset, 

Conway, 

Dedham, 

Dorchester, 

Salem, . 

Fall River, 

Fitchburg, 

Greenfield, 

Groveland, 

Stockbridge 

Cohasset, 

Northampton, 

Hingham, 

Salem, . 

Boston, 

Lowell, 

Lynn, . 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Concord, 

Springfield, 



(61 53 

2 85 
d89 02 

7 49 

38 39 

60 74 

338 48 

535 04 

347 00 

94 20 

807 32 

639 79 

3 76 

1 06 
45 26 
36 61 
70 61 
13 07 

216 88 

328 65 

86 32 

39 79 
16 14 

2 96 
54 22 

299 93 

607 17 

855 68 

15 29 

9 

4 

1,699 05 
S56 08 

40 74 



63 
31 



f 7,025 51 



1874,] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



67 



Statement X. 



UflB 



>f ^v* 



Details 8 and 9. 



INSURANCE TAK^Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 



Mutnal Protection, 
Norfolk Mutaal, . 
Nnumkeag Mutaal, 
Newburyport Mutnal, . 
Pemberton Mutaal, 
Qaincy Mutual, . 
Salem Mutnal, 
SalisbuiT and Amesbnij, 
Saagas Mutual, . 
SouUi Danvers Mutual, 
Traders^ and Mechanics, 
Westford Mutual, . 
Westfield Mutual,. 
Weymouth and Braintree, 
Worcester Mutual, 
Ocean Mutual, 
Wakefield Mutual, 
Equitable Fire and Marine, 
Fitchbuing Mutual, 1872, 
Mutual Benefit, 1872, . 



1872 



Charlestown, 
Dedham, 
Salem, . 
Newbury port, 
Lawrence, . 
Quincy, 
Salem, . 

Amesbury Mills, 
Saugus, 
Peabody, 
Lowell, 
Westford, . 
Westfield, . 
Braintree, . 
Worcester, . 
New Bedford, 
Wakefield, . 
Provincetown, 
Fitchburg, . 
Boston, 



17,025 51 

86 00 

251 47 

9 46 

1 18 

12 38 

1J925 76 

296 62 

1 85 
12 50 

2 27 
440 86 

4 79 

9 17 

248 13 

344 23 

15 48 

22 

29 64 

223 63 

153 59 



(11,044 83 



DBTAHiB No. 8. 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

[Ooe cent on every $1,000 liuared.— Gen. 8Ut, Chap. 68; Acts 1888, Chvp, S17.] 



New York Companies, 
Massachusetts Companies, . 
Connecticut Companies 
Termont Companies, . 
Wisconsin Companies, . 
New Jersey Companies, 
Pennsylvania Companies, . 
Hhode Island Companies, . 
Maine Coinpanies, . 
District of Columbia Companies, 
Missouri Companies, . 
minois Companies, 



19,883 96 

1,392 60 

4,704 29 

87 67 

641 !82 

1,518 94 

354 92 

61 98 

398 40 

224 49 

527 03 

160 00 



(19,956 10 



DBTAHiS No. 9. 
INSURANCE LICENSES. 

[Aetel867,Glhap.287.] 



Received of J. L. Clarke, Commissioner, . 



120,957 16 



68 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



CToal »nd IfflMlwg <?os. 



Details 10. 



DETAHjS No. 10. 
COAL AND MINING COMPANIES. 

lOne-twentleth of one per cent, on Capital Btook, and an additional tax on Home Oompaalea 
of foar per cent, on Net Proflta.^AcU 1864, 'GS, Chaps. 208 and 283.] 



AUouez Copper Mining Co., 

Bay State Gold Mining Co., 

Black River Mining Co., 

Burleigh Mining Co., 

Boston and New York Slate and Tile Co., .... 

Calmut and Hecla Mining Co., 

Colorado Mining and Exploring Co., 

Concord Granite Co., 

Copper Falls Mining Co., 

Copper Harbx)r Mining Co., 

Dana Mining Co., 

Gilberton Coal Co., 

Gold and Silver Association, 

Granite Mining Co. of Colorado, 

Harieigh Coal Co., 

Highland Copper Co., 

Hulbert Mining Co., 

Humboldt Copper Mining Co., 

Hungarian Copper Co., 

International Silver Mining Co., 

Mount Pleasant Coal Co., 

New England Slate and Tile Co., 

Northfield Slate and Tile Co., 

Fetherick Mining Co,, 

FhoBnix Copper Mining Co., 

Pittsfield Marble Quarry Co., 

Quincy Mining Co., 

Silver Ledjje Mining Co., 

Shumah Silver Mining Co., 

St. Louis Copper Co., 

Star Mining Co., 

Suffolk Coal Co., 

Topeka and James Creek Consolidated Gold and Silver 

Mining Co., 

O'Niel Mining and Smelting Co., 

Roaming Brook Coal Co., 

Naumkeag Copper Mining Co., 

Cumberland Brownstone Co., 

Henry Clay Coal Co., 

Union Copper Land and Mining Co., 

Vulcan Furnace Co., . . 

Ward Mining Co., 

Webster Slate Co., 



,j« 



(196 75 

25 00 

15 00 

146 00 

30 00 

1,200 00 

500 

215 50 

496 86 

20 00 

34 00 

1,093 81 

20 00 

20 00 

304 60 

20 00 

22 50 

95 00 

20 00 

27 50 
200 00 

75 00 

28 00 
105 53 
817 50 

25 00 

200 00 

8 50 

33 00 

20 00 

132 50 

200 00 

15 00 
10 00 

100 00 
10 00 

200 00 
60 00 
10 00 
do 00 
45 00 
2 .50 

(5,859 55 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



69 



Statement X. 



Details 11. 



DBTAIIiS No. U. 
GAS-LIGHT COMPANIES. 

[To defray ezpenflcs of Inspector of GasiAeten. Asseued proportlonato to appnlaed Yala< 

ftUon of Companies.— Acts 1861, CSiap. 108.] 
The amount assessed for 1878 being for salary of Inspector, $8,000. 



Adams, 

Arlington, .... 

Beverly, .... 

Boston, ..... 

Brookline, .... 

Cambridge, .... 

Charlestown, 

Chelsea, .... 

Chicopee, .... 

Ci1izens\ Qaincy, . 

Citizens^ South Keading, . 

Clinton, .... 

Danvers, .... 

Dedham and Hyde Park, 

Dorchester, .... 

£BSt Boston, . 

Easthampton, 

Fall River, .... 
Fitchburg, .... 

Gloucester, .... 

Greenfield, .... 
Great Barrington, 
Haverhill, .... 
Jamaica Plain, 
Lawrence, .... 

Lowell, 

Lvnn, 

Ir{anufactnrer8\ Fall River, . 

Maiden and Melrose, . 

Marblehead, .... 

Marlborough, 

MUford, .... 

Mutual, Southbridge, . 

Nantucket, .... 

New Bedford, 

Newton and Watertown, 

Newburyport, 

North Bndgewater, 

Norfli Adams, 

Nortii Attleborough, » 

Northampton, 

Pfttsfield, .... 

Flymoutfi, .... 

Roxbuiy, .... 

Salem, 

.Amount carried forward^ 



(2 22 

6 23 

4 07 
809 90 

2.S0 66 

183 27 

99 94 

7 19 

8 20 
20 48 
12 81 

1 03 
24 02 
78 42 
65 62 

7 06 
16 97 
16 92 

18 53 

5 64 
1 28 

19 22 
85 90 
96 10 

192 22 

71 85 

24 33 

81 14 

3 06 

5 12 

15 36 
1 92 

1 84 
53 81 
53 31 

16 40 

2 06 

6 40 

8 68 
11 52 
14 08 

1 84 

215 27 

62 54 






(2,507 43 



70 


AUDITOR'S REPORT. 




[Jan. 


Statement X. 


iuai>i»« €«.»»i«.. 


DETAn^ 12 TO 16. 


GAS-LIGHT COMPANIES— OmcZf^fod. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Salisbury and Amesbuiy, . 
Soath Boston, 

Springfield, .... 
Taunton, .... 
Waltham, .... 
Westfield, .... 
Woburn, .... 
Worcester, .... 
Beverly, 1872, 



92,507 43 


32 


88 10 


115 34 


28 78 


21 14 


13 85 


6 78 


158 78 


506 



«2^S4 57 



K 



ii rj 



.: 'i C 



DBTAUiB No. 12. 
RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

[AcU 1864, Chap. 167.] 



Received of William A. Crafts, amounts collected from 
sundry Railroad Companies for Reports, 



(1,660 00 



DBTAHiS TSTo. 18. 
TROY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD AND HOOSAC TUNNEL. 

[Acts 1868, Chap. 883; 1860, Chap. 466; 1870, Chap. 400.] 



Received for Rent of Vermont and Massachusetts Railroad, 

Interest on Southern Vermont Railroad Bonds, . 

For Rent of Troy and Boston Railroad Co., 

Kidder, Peabody & Co., 



130,000 00 

12.000 00 

6,700 00 

03 



147,700 03 



DBTAHiS No. 14. 
INTEREST ON TROY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD LOAN. 



Received of sundry parties purchasing the new Loan, the 
accrued interest, 



(1,447 89 



DBTAHiS No. 16. 
PREMIUM ON TROY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD LOAN. 



Premium on Sterling Bonds sold inLondon, in 1878, above 
f4.84 to the pound sterling, 



Jll,427 47 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



71 



Statsxeeit X. 



State Tax, *e. 



Details 16 to 18. 



DBTAHiS No. 16. 
PER CENT. ON STATE TAX. 

[AcU 1608, Chap. M.] 



Beceiyed of town of Anbnm, 

of Conway, 

of Chesterfield, . . ... 

of Hatfield, 

of Hawley, 

of Hyde Park, 

of Orange, ...... 

of Soathampton, 

of Westhampton, 



f 4 84 


18 83 


11 19 


53 65 


1 10 


119 03 


10. 52 


7 88 


6 05 



t232 59 



DBTAHiS No. 17. 
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS. 

[Gen. Btot, Chop. 57.] 



Received of National Revere Bank,* . 

of National Bank of Mutual Redemption, 

of North National Bank, 

of Commonwealth National Bank, 

of National Exchange Bank, 

of Kidder National Gold Bank, . 

of Shoe and Leather National Bank, . 

of Boston and Albany Railroad Company, 

of Blackstone National Bank, 

of R. G. Chase & Co., . 

of Baring Bro^s & Co., . 
Discount on Bonds, .... 
Interest on ovei^inyestment of 1872, . 



f 13,060 51 

8,585 04 

10,138 20 

11,825 39 

9,851 59 

5,400 80 

10,098 97 

4,985 41 

1,913 74 

1,066 25 

738 92 

2 67 

612 03 



177,779 52 



BXTAILS No 18. 
INTEREST ON SUNDRY TAXES. 



Received Interest on Annual Insurance Tax, 

on Semi-Annnal Insurance Tax, 
on Corporation Tax, 



t3 61 

5 58 

1,014 27 

91,023 46 



72 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



i.ii i" . r5v 



.ji r 



Statement X. 



I<QiMi, Interest, Ac. 



Details 19 to 24. 



BBTAHiS No. 19. 

LOAN TO WRIGHT & POTTER. 

[Re«. 1872, Cbap. eo.] 



Received of Wright & Potter, State Printers, repayment of 

jLiOan, .•I..**. • 



120,000 00 



dbtahiS No. ao. 

INTEREST ON LOAN TO WRIGHT & POTTER. 



Received of Wright & Potter, State Printers, interest in 
Ml, on Loan, 



(109 47 



DBTAIIiS No. ai. 
SECRETARY'S FEES. 

[0eD. Stat., Chap. 14.] 



Amount of fees received for the year 1873, 



(134 85 



dbtahiS No. aa. 

COMMISSIONS. 

[AcU 1882, Chap. 109.] 



Amoont received for Commissions issued in 1873, 



17,126 00 



DBTAHiS No. a3. 
HAWKERS' AND PEDDLERS' LICENSES. 

[Gen. But, Chap. 60.] 



Amount received for Licenses during the year 1873, . 



122,848 00 



3 » 



DBTAHiS No. 34. 
CORPORATION FEES. 



Received from Oliver Warner, Secretary of State, 



(9,168 80 



ri ii 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



73 



Statement X. 



Details 25 and 96 



DBTAIIiB No. 26. 
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S EXPENSES. 

[Acta 186B, Chap. 484; 1878, Chap. 60.] 



Orerpayment to Reals, Greene & Co., returned to treasury, 



f 27 00 



DBTAIIiB NO. 26. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

[AcU ISaQ, Chap. 408.] 

Received of the following named Railroad Corporations to 
defray expenses of Railroad Commission to JuW 1, 1873. 
Assessed m proportion to income and profits or the Cor- 
poradons : — 

Middleborough and Taunton Railroad, .... 

Taunton Branch Railroad, 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad, 

Boston and Maine Railroad, 

New Bedford, Taunton and Fairhaven Railroad, 

Hartford and New Haven Railroad, 

Boston and Providence Railroad, 

Hanover Branch Railroad, 

Boston and Lowell Railroad, 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad, 

Providence and Worcester Railroad, 

New London Northern Railroad, 

Berkshire Railroad, 

Connecticut River Railroad, 

Cheshire Railroad, 

Stockbridge and Pittsfield Railroad, 

Worcester and Nashua Railroad, 

Old Colony Railroad, 

South Shore Railroad, 

Stoughton Branch Railroad, 

New Haven and Northampton Railroad, .... 

Boston and Albany Railroad, 

Eastern Railroad, 

Boston, Clinton and Fitohburg Railroad, .... 

Fitchbnr^ Railroad, 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad, 

Fall River, Warren and Providence Railroad, . 

Pittsfield and North Adams Railroad, 

Vermont and Massachusetts Railroad, . . . . 

West Stockbridge Railroad, 

Monadnock Rauroad, 

Boston, Barre and Gardner Railroad, 

Athol and Enfield Rulroad, 

Attleboro' Branch Railroad, 

Cape Cod Railroad, 

Duxbury and Cohasset Railroad, 

F. C. Warren & Co., overpayment, returned. 



f 18 41 


126 82 


804 69 


631 01 


164 64 


147 64 


1,030 61 


53 15 


742 74 


210 28 


401 19 


219 37 


110 11 


575 06 


182 35^ 


437 62 


1.467 47 


56 02 



230 62 



504 95 


812 46 


25 85 


483 28 


4 17 


55 


19 77 


27 64 


23 73 


227 17 


3 75 


15 00 


f9,257 91 



10 



74 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



•tato PoUee. 



Details 27. 



betaHiS No. 27. 
STATE POLICE. 

[Acts 1871, Chap. 80i.] 



Receiyed of the following named 


Garey, Andrew J., 


f 183 74 


members of the State Police, fees 


Gertz, William H., 


206 00 


received by them : — 




Gilman, A., . 


73 60 


Barton, Aaron, 


J300 00 


Hitchcock, Henry S., 


884 20 


Bramhall, George N., , 


868 80 


Hoyt, Hosea C, . 


500 00 


Baker, Benjamin F., 


280 16 


Howe, Edward P., 


67 06 


Boynton, George W., . 


15 60 


Harriman, H. N., . 


11 20 


Brown, Abijah, . 


146 20 


Hinckley, Francis, 


821 50 


Billings, Harvey H., . 


258 60 


Hunter, Joel A., . 


157 26 


Beal, Melvin, 


248 65 


Howe, C. M., 


10 60 


' Bean, Josiah A., . 


282 60 


Hudson, E. W., . 


8 60 


Brown, John F., . 


185 60 


Hutchinson, H. F., 


2 25 


Bowler, William C, . 


99 20 


Inman, Isaiah C, . 


120 67 


Bush, Horace W., 


478 16 


Jackman, Nathaniel M. 


120 00 


Bailey, Christopher T., 


100 00 


Kellogg, Austin W., 


160 41 


Bates, George A., . 


. . 128 45 


Keene, Augustus W., . 


264 30 


Cannon, Charles A., . 


849 70 


Lewis, William E., 


246 60 


Casey, Patrick H., 


389 80 


Morse, George H., 


100 00 


Clifford, Kilbmn R., , 


828 25 


Matthews, Benjamin H. 


166 76 


Colby, Reuben M., 


185 90 


Macoy, Uriah, 


186 56 


Col lingwood, James B. 


46 26 


McFarlin, William S., , 


148 07 


Couch, Stephen C, 


829 49 


McFarland, Edwin D., . 


90 72 


Comings, Harrison H., 


869 90 


Moore, Joseph A., 


98 20 


Grossman, Robert, 2d, . 


128 00 


McKay, William, 


600 00 


Drennan, James M., . 


475 60 


McAdoo, J. S., 


886 90 


Davis, Charles W., 


168 66 


Miller Hugh B., . 




135 96 


Davis, Charles A., 


457 12 


Neenan, Joseph, . 




1,231 70 


Dexter, Jason L., . 


76 50 


Porter, Isaac, 




182 €0 


Dean, David, 


861 80 


Phelps, George H., 




108 45 


Dunham, George, 


830 00 


Pinder, Albert, 




50 00 


Eldridge, Benjamin P. 


164 60 


Priest, Micah B., , 




844 80 


Ellington, Raymond, 


75 00 


Pease, Moses H., . 




242 00 


Fumald, Napoleon B., 


149 86 


Pratt, George C, 




112 SO 


Fletcher, Samuel J., 


570 16 


Philbrick, Chase, . 




62 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



75 



Statritrkt X. 


w^ 


, *e. DETAllit 28 TO 30. 


STATE VOUCh^Goncluded. 


Randall, George A., 


1466 60 


Tidd, John E., 


J174 50 


Roberts, Benjamin B., . 


209 60 


Tyler, William N., 


162 50 


Rich, Pembroke S., 


200 00 


Tozer, William H., 


57 58 


Shnmway* Solomon, . 


233 14 


Whittaker, L. R., . 


154 80 


Sampson, Elijah N., . 


485 25 


S. P. Hadley, Clerk of 




Sonther, Edward £., . 


549 75 


Lowell Police Court, 




Smith, John E., . 


172 60 


for fees of George H. 




Smith, Artirar H^ 


21 90 


Morse and Albert Pin- 




Smith, Francis M., 


28 10 


der, to Oct, 1872, . 


1,096 75 


Sampson, Albert P., 
Smithers, John B., 


M. H4. 






57 00 


• 


918349 20 


Snell, H. C, . 


43 70 







BJDTAHiB No. 98. 
COMMISSIONER ON WRECKS. 

[Q«n. Btat Ohap. 81.] 



Received of C. B. Goodsell, proceeds of sale of property, 



tl9 58 



BBTAHiS No. 20. 
FEES FROM SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

[Gen. But Obap. 12L] 



By George B. Wilde, Clerk, 



♦511 10 



BBTAXda No. 30. 
FEES FROM COURTS OF INSOLVENCY. 

{Qm, 8t«t. Ohnp. 118.] 



Per P. R. Gniney, Register of Suffolk County, . 
J. H. Tyler, Register of Middlesex County, . 
J. EL Cobb, Register of Norfolk County, 



93,556 00 

16 00 

7 00 



93,579 00 



76 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



F««a, Batates, A«. 



Details 31 to 83. 



VW'i 



"I 

n 



kt 



Jill 



t 



^t 



f- ')■ f f 






M 



'' 1 

I- V 



m 






1 



»1 



BBTAIIiS No. 8L. 
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S FEES. 

[Qen. Stat. Ohap. 14.] 



Received of Charles R. Train, Attomey-Greneral, for sun- 
dry fees, costs, &c., 



BBTAUiB No. 32. 
ALIEN ESTATES. 

[Gen. Stat Chap. 95.] 



Received of S. E. Chamberlain, Warden — 
For labor of Convicts, rent of houses, use of water and 
gas, sales of produce, &c., 



1210 57 



Received of D. Bradford, Public Administrator — 




For estate of Mary Harris, . 


. 


• 


• . . 


1492 00 


Rec^ved of F. E. Parker, Public Administrator — 




For estate of Frank E. Barton, . 


. 


. 


. ^261 00 




of Joachim Antonio, . 


* 


. 


. 232 79 




of Joachim Silva, 


* 


. 


231 24 




of John Williams, 


. 


. 


126 64 




of A. P. Sunstrong, 


• 


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122 23 




of Theo. Ellison, . 


• 


. 


62 75 




of Henry Franzer, 


. 


. 


60 62 




of Paul Quinn, . 


. 


* 


49 48 




of Chas. Goether, 


. 


. 


46 20 




of R. Williams alias C. A. 


Hak 


aman,. 


30 34 




of Chas. Johnson, 


. 


. < 


29 26 




of John McDonald, . 


. 


• 


27 80 




of John H. Francis, . 


. 


. 


24 86 




of Wm. T. Moore, 


. 


. 


17 82 




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1,292 92 






Received of Jas. Schouler, Public' Administrat 


tor— 




For estate of Sarah B. Cutler, . • 






. f 181 76 




of Ellen Fanning, 






162 47 




of Catharine Murphy, . 






78 29 




of Catharine Dacy, 






66 60 




of Greo. P. Hamilton, . 






37 46 




of Terrence O'Brien, . 


• 




6 00 


611 67 








12,296 49 



DBTAHjS No. 88. 
INCOME FROM STATE PRISON. 

[Acta 1864, Chap. 808.] 



f 124,281 60 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



77 



Statexent X. 



Details 84 to 38. 



BJDTAHiS No. M. 

INCOME FROM TEWKSBURY ALMSHOUSE. 

[Acta 187S, Chap. 82.] 



Received of Thos. J. Marsh, Superintendent — 
For articles sold, &c., .... 



f 1,113 48 



BSTATLS No. 30. 
INCOME FROM BRIDGEWATER WORKHOUSE. 

[Acta 1878, Chap. 82.] 



ReceiTed of Nahum Leonard, Jr., Superintendent — 
For sales of produce, &c., .... 



f 2,172 69 



BlSTAHiS No. 36. 
INCOME FROM STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 

[Gen. Stat. Chap. 76; Acta 1878, Chap. 82.] 



Received of George C. Davis, Treasurer — 
Amounts received for the support and labor 

of Bojs, and for sales of produce, . 
Received of S. M. Griggs, Treasurer, on 

same account, 



f8,184 02 
10,173 31 



♦18,857 88 



BBTAUiB No. 37. 
INCOME FROM MONSON PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

[Acta 1S78, Chap. 82.] 



Received of H. P. Wakefield, Superintendent— 
For labor, sales of produce, &c., 



f 640 85 



BBTATLB No. 88. 
INCOME FROM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

[Gen. Btat Chap. 76; Acta 1878, Chap. 82.] 



Received of F. B. Fay, Treasurer, 



f 4,000 00 



78 



AUDITOR'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



Statement X. 



laeome. 



Details 89 to 43. 



BETAHiS No. 89. 
BOARD STATE CHARITIES. 

[Acts 1888, Chap. 240.] 



Received of S. C. Wrightm^n, Agent Board of State 
Charities, moneys received oy him from — 
Cities and towns for the support of Paupers, 
Sundry parties, for the support of friends in Hospitals, 
- Almshouses, &c., 



♦4,603 77 
2,602 15 



f7,205 92 



BBTAHiB No. 40. 

STATE PAUPER PENALTY. 

[Acta 1807, Chap. 909.] 



Received of Town of Clinton, for non-compliance in mak- 
ing returns to Board of State Charities, .... 



f89 00 



DETATLB No. 41. 
NAUTICAL BRANCH REFORM SCHOOL. 

[Acta 1870, Chap. 402.] 



Received of F. Lincoln, for articles sold, . 



(25 20 



BBTAHiS No. 42. 

STATE PAUPERS. 

[Acta 1888, Chap. 240; 1885, Chap. 182.] 



Received of Newbury in correction of overpayment. 



(10 00 




1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



79 



Statement X. 



Details 44 to 48. 



[DISTAIIiS No. 44. 

SURVEYOR-GENERAL OF LUMBER. 

[G«n. Stat Chap. 49.] 



ReceiTed of George W. Cram, being excess of fees over 
Salary, 



f505 Od 



BOTAHiS No. 46. 

MILITARY FINES. 

[AcU 1878, Ohap. 818.] 



Received of T. B. Low, Co. K, 6th Regt, M. V. M., 



f 12 50 



BBTAILB No. 46. 

QUARTERMASTERS' SUPPLIES. 

[Acta 1878, Chap. 818.] 



Received of James A. Cumiingham, AdjutantrGeneral, for 
sales of old materials, ....... 



f 200 00 



PlBTArLS No. 47. 
MILITIA BOUNTY. 

[Acta 1873, Chap. 813.] 



Received of the Treasurer of New Bedford, an amount 
uncalled for, . 



(18 85 



BBTATLB No. 48. 
WORCESTER LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

[Acta 1870, Chap. 238.] 



Received from the Worcester Lunatic Hospital Fund, cash 
as partial reimbursement to the revenue on account of 
payments for new Hospital buildings, .... 



(51^13 26 



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[Jan. 



SXATEldCBNT X. 



Details 49 to 53. 



BETAXLB No. 49. 
REPAIRS, IMPROVEMENTS, &C. 

[Gen. But. Chap. 14.] 



Amount returned to Treasury by Goldthwait, Snow& Knight, 



(2 00 



DETAHiS No. 00. 
AH) TO FAMILIES OF VOLUNTEEEIS. 

[Acts 1872, Chap. 824.] 



Amount returned by Town of Orange, 



f 9 00 



DBTATTiS No. 51. 
ARREST OF FUGITIVES. 

[Gen. Stat. Chap. 177.] 



Received of Gardiner Tufts, amount collected of J. A. 
Bowdlear, 



#150 00 



DETAILB No. 02. 
RENT OF GREAT PONDS. 

[Acts 1809, Oh. 884.] 



Received for Rent of Baptist Pond, 



f 2 00 



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DETAILS No. 03. 
PREMIUM ON GOLD. 



Received of sundry parties, . 



(22 85 



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1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No, 6. 



81 



Stateuent X. 



Income. 



Details 54 and 55. 



BBTAHjS No. 64. 
KroDER, PEABODY & CX). 



Received of Kidder, Peabody & Co., on moneys in their 
possession, 



♦18,630 7? 



BETAHjS No. 00. 
BARING BROS. & CO. 



Received of Baring Bros. & Co., on moneys in their pos- 
session, 



(26,095 20 



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Henry 0. Reed, Door-keeper to the Senate, 
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Hira W. Bates, Messenger to the Senate, . 

W. H. Jarvis, Messenger to the Senate, . 


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Henry B. Thayer, Messenger to the House, 
Herbert Morissey, Messenger to the House, 
Daniel N. Granger, Messenger to the House, 
William H. Graves, Messenger to the House, 
Thomas Plunkett, Messenger to the House, 
Edwin M. Alexander, Messenger to the House 
J. H. Brewster, Messenger to the House, 
John F. DuflEy, Messenger to the House, 
George C. Clapp, Messenger to the House 
W. J. Scandlin, Page to the House, 
T. R. Washburn, Page to the House, 
F. W. Lane, 
Wm. M. Wise, . 
Geo. H. Simmons, 
H. Jameson, 
A. H. Tolman, 



f5,030 00 

766 00 
636 00 
632 00 
930 00 
930 00 

930 00 

755 00 

825 00 

825 00 

830 00 

795 00 

795 00 

825 00 

740 00 

760 00 

730 00 

760 00 

660 00 

640 00 

50 00 

30 00 

30 00 

35 00 

48 00 



DETAHiS ITo. 63. 

SENATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

[Res. 1866, Chap. 74; AcU 1878, Chap. 50 and 878.] 



13,000 copies Address — Governor Washburn, . 
11,300 copies Report — State Board of Health, . 
10,800 copies Trustees' Report — Agricultural 

College, 

3,000 copies Manual, . . 
3,000 copies Commissioners' Report — Inland 
Fisheries, ... . . 

5,000 copies Conmiissioners' Report — State 

Police, 

3,800 copies Committee Report - Troy and 
Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac Tun- 
nel, 

2,800 copies Committee Report — Prisons in the 
oiiaLe, . • . . . 

AnwurUs carried forward. 



f 979 79 
8,068 11 

2,236 23 
2,753 49 

751 25 

868 73 

288 28 
118 96 



(15,564 84 



1225,505 37 



19,986 00 



1245,491 37 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



97 



Statement XI. 



I#ecl«IatlTe Expeiues. 



Details 64. 



SENATE PRINTING AND BINDING— ConcZwdcd. 



Amounts broughi forward^ .... 

2J^ copies Trustees^ Report — Museum of 

Zoology, 

1,600 copies rrison Commissioners^ Report, . 

^ copies Bill — ^Enlargin^ Territory of and 

uniting Towns and Uities with Boston, 

2,000 copies Speech of J. S. Potter, . 

5,000 copies Speech of E. P. Carpenter, . 

800 copies Pardon Report, 
1,000 copies Surgeon-General's Report, . 
1,600 copies Inspectors' Report — ^Rebuilding 

State Prison, 

9iO copies Committee Report — Arlington 
Lake Water Co., .... 
1,600 copies Committee Report — A new State 

Prison, 

800 copies Bill — City of Holyoke, . 
1,600 copies Committee Report — ^Fishways, 
800 copies Bill — ^Inspection of Buildings, 
800 copies Bill— City of Fall River, . 
800 copies Bill — Concerning the Militia, 
800 copies Bill — ^Boston and Brookline, 
1,600 copies Bill — Charlestown and Boston, 
800 copies Report— State Liouor Com'r, 
800 copies Bill — Boston and Brighton, . 
800 copies Bill — Chapin Banking and Trust 

Co,, 

800 copies Bill — ^Neponset River, . 

800 copies Bill— Fall River Loan and Trust 

Co., 

800 copies Bill — ^Elections in Boston, . 
400 copies Consolidation of Laws for Rail- 

• way Committee, .... 
500 copies Senate Journal, . 
500 copies Index to Senate Documents, 
Extra (night-work) duringthe session, . 
Various other smaller Documents, . 
Senate List of Committees, in memorandum 

form, 

Binding Documents, 

Blank Notices, Circulars, &c., . 
Newspapers for use of the Senate, . 



(15,564 84 

202 dO 
222 94 

27 81 
385 20 
561 18 

35 12 
76 68 

52 72 

22 53 

142 52 
41 07 

148 17 
22 63 
61 72 

133 31 

28 20 
55 81 

109 23 
22 72 

22 53 
22 72 

22 53 
22 53 

242 69 

1,376 90 

47 14 

2,665 40 

2,683 35 

780 00 

186 92 

100 26 

24 15 



DBTAHiS No. 64. 
SENATE BLANKS AND CIRCULARS. 

[Res. 1856, Chap. 74: Acta 1873, Chap. 60.] 



17,700 Orders of the Day, 
3,000 Note Headings, 



Amounts carried forward. 



13 




(245,491 37 



26,113 72 



(271,605 09 



%A. 



98 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



I«eclsl»tlTe Expenses. 



Details 65. 



SENATE BLANKS AND CIRCULARS— Cowc/wtfeei. 



I 



i' 



Hi 



■- j\ 



f .I'ii 



Amounts brought forward^ . 

1 ,000 Blank Reports, . 
2,000 Blank Acts, . 
1,000 Blank Orders, . 

700 List of Committees, 
1,650 Yea and Nay Lists, . 



1789 73 

22 74 
69 98 
29 74 
42 03 
65 78 



DETATT.B No, 65. 
HOUSE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

[Res. 1856, Chap. 74; Acta 1878, Chap. 50 and 334.] 



800 copies Auditor's Report — Summary State- 
ment, 

800 copies Auditor's Report, . 
800 copies Harbor Commissioners' Report, 
8,000 copies Report — ^Bureau of Statistics of 

Labor, 

Railroad Hearings on Consolidation Hoosac 

Tunnel, includmg Index, 
3,000 copies Election Sermon, . 
2,000 copies Commissioners' Report — Inland 

Fisheries, 

1 ,300 copies Tax Commissioner's Report, . 
3,100 copies Special Reports — ^Insurance Com- 
missioner, . . . . . 
800 copies Bill — Concerning the Militia, 
2,800 copies Bill—Boston & North- Western R 

R. Co., 

6,400 copies Bill — Hoosac Tunnel Railroad, 
2,400 copies Bill — ^District Courts, 

800 copies Treasurer's Report, 
3,200 copies Appropriation Bills, 
800 copies Estimates of Department Expenses 
800 copies Attorney-General's Report, . 
3,200 copies Bill — Consolidation of Railroads, 
800 copies Committee Report — Contested Elec- 
tion, ...... 

800 copies Board of Health Report — Small- 

XTvIa, ...... 

800 copies Bill — Insurance Companies, Tax- 
ation, ...... 

800 copies Bill — ^Prison for Women, 
800 copies Bill — City of Gloucester, 
800 copies Committee Report — ^Lee & New 
Haven Railroad, .... 

1 ,800 copies Committee Report — Jails and Work 
houses, 

Amounts carried forward, . 



f 269 75 
868 34 
904 15 

7,328 96 

2,986 77 
264 26 

624 17 
227 24 

141 39 

133 48 

133 79 

166 63 

123 21 

196 98 

96 69 

49 61 

60 74 

94 83 

23 38 

28 14 

28 00 
22 72 
41 07 

32 62 

36 48 



f 14,769 09 



1271,606 09 



1,000 00 



1272,605 09 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



99 



Statement XI. 



I«e^al»tl¥e Expeiuea. 



Details 66 akd 67. 



HOUSE PRINTING AND BINDING— Conc^wdcd. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

800 copies Reportr— Assete of Towns, &c., . 

800 copies Bill— Boston and West Roxbury, . 
1,600 copies Bill— City of Newton, . 

800 copies Bill— Taxation of Bank Shares, . 

800 copies Bill— Boston Mortgage Co., . 

800 copies Bill — Certain Corporations, . 

800 copies Bill— Trust Companies, . 

800 copies Committee Report — Statistics of 
Labor, 

800 copies Bill — Elections in Boston, 

800 copies Bill— Atlantic & Ontario R.R. Trust 
Co., 

800 copies Bill— Berkeley Street, . 

800 copies Bill— State Tax, . . . . 

800 copies Bill Banking and Trust Co., 

500 copies House Journal, .... 

600 copies Index to House Documents, . 
V arious other smaller Documents, . 
House List of Committees in memorandum form. 

Orders of the Day, 31,300, 

Advertising Joint Rules, 

Newspapers for use of House, .... 
Binding Documents, 


}14,769 09 

99 59 
22 63 
82 14 
22 53 
22 53 
34 81 
22 53 

24 67 
22 53 

22 34 
31 03 

63 89 
22 34 

1,301 50 

64 59 
3,996 02 

782 50 

650 60 

224 17 

96 37 

10 80 


(272,605 09 
22,379 10 






DBTATTiS TSo. 66. • 
HOUSE BLANKS AND CHICULARS. 

[Res. 1856, Ch. 74; AcU 1873, Ch. 50.] 




70,300 Orders of the Day, 

1,900 Yea and Nay Lists, 

2.500 Blank Reports, 

3,000 Note Headings, 

3,200 Blank Petition, 

Oertificates, Notices, &c., 


(809 90 

154 26 

104 38 

59 37 

54 30 

55 64 
62 15 


^ £%/\A\ /\/\ 






1,300 00 


DETATLS No. 67. 
STATIONERY FOR SENATE, ORDERED BY CLERK. 

[«««. 1850, Cb. 74; AcU 1878, Cb. 50.] 




Paper of all kinds, and Envelopes, . 

Posta^ Stamps, 

Pens, Fenholders and PencDs, .... 


(341 98 

36 00 

106 80 




AmaufUs carried forward, . . . *. 


(484 78 


(296,284 19 



100 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



IievtslAtlTe ExpeiueB. 



Details 68 and 69. 



STATIOKERY— Concluded. 



'ill 



I 



r '; 



M' 



I X- 



f w- 



^1 



i' ;. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 
Committee and Blank Books, Reference Files, 

&C . . • • • • • • • • 


1484 78 

96 30 
65 20 
177 83 
37 40 
67 36 
16 60 
34 25 
40 00 


t296,284 19 


Shears, Erasers and Folders, .... 

6f dozen Pocket Knives, 

Stationery for President's Desk, .... 
Mucilage, Rubber Bands and Twine, 

Directories, Diaries, &c., 

Sundry other Stationery, 

Packing and Expressing Journal of both Houses, 


999 11 








DETAHiS No. 68. 
STATIONERY FOR HOUSE, ORDERED BY CLERK. 

[Res. 1856, Chap. 74; Acta 1873, Chap. 50.] 


fl 


Writing, and other paper, . 

Envelopes, 

Pens, Penholders and Pencils, . 
Mucilage, Rubber and Rubber Bands, 
Committee and Blank Books, . 

Ink and Inkstands, 

Postage Stamps, .... 
Shears, Erasers, Folders and Fasteners, < 
Twine and Tape, .... 
Directories, Index and Reference Files, . 
Stationery for Speaker^s Ro«m, . 

Brushes and Combs, 

Note Headings, 

Document Covers and Boxes, . 

Mass.. Digest and Reports, .... 

All other Stationery, ..... 




f 1,060 50 
233 27 
344 02 

103 15 
130 60 

104 66 
21 80 
96 90 
64 35 
23 60 
63 25 
29 00 
63 00 
70 60 
14 00 
59 05 


> 

2,471 44 








DETAUiB No. 69. 
STATIONERY, PRINTING, &c., ORDERED BY SER- 

GEANT-AT-ARMS. 

• 

[Res. 1859, Chap. 74; Aoto 1878, Chap. 50.] 




Printing Notices, List of Members, &c., . 
Paper and Envelopes, . . . , 
Binding and Lettering Documents, &c., . 
Newspapers, Directones, Dials, &c., . 

Postage Stamps, 

Committee and Blank Books, . 




{494 67 
36 7X) 
292 00 
32 60 
40 00 
17 35 




Amounts earned forward^ . 


. 


{913 12 


1299,764 74 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



101 



Statement XI. 



Iieirial»tiT« Ezp«B««s. 



DETAAS 70 AND 71. 



STATIONERY, PRINTING, Ac.-- Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Sandiy Stationery, 
Mass. Law Reports, . 
Dia^m of Speaker^s Desk, 
Ink and Tape, . 



DETAILS No. 70. 
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE. 

[Qta. But. Cbap. U, Sect. 92; Acta 1878, Chap. 60 and 834.] 




Sundry Parties — ^Washing and Cleaning State- 
House, and Towelling, . . • . 
Labor— Clearing Snow, Ac, .... 
City of Boston — Water Rates, .... 
Watering Streets around State House, 

Ice for State House, 

Document Sticks, 

40 General Statutes and Supplements, 
Carriage-hire and other Expenses of Official 

Visits, 

Services and expenses of sundry persons. 
House Sand, Solt Soap, Ac, .... 
Brashes, Brooms, Blacking, Soap, &c.. 

Lawn Mower, 

Renovating Carpets, 

Advertising, Telegrams, Express, &o., 

Miscellaneous, 

Case for Sumner Medal, 

Glass Ware, 



Estimated balance, 



f 1,687 88 
414 60 
220 06 
150 00 
511 20 
175 00 
289 00 

91 50 
130 00 
148 70 
404 30 

25 00 
27 50 
68 57 

26 53 
50 00 

164 50 




DETAILS No. 71. 
EXPENSES OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES. 

[Gen. StaL Chap. 15, Beet 47; Acta 1800, Chap. 800; 1878, Chap. 12, 834 and 

878.] 



Committee on Railways — 
Advertasing, . . . . 
Clerical Services and Reporter, . 
Newspapers and Teleg^rams, 

Committee on Judiciary — 
Advertising, 
Clerical Services, 



AmounU carried forward^ . 



{2,499 91 

760 00 
10 72 


1 1,966 29 
16 00 



{3,260 63 



1,981 29 



(5,241 92 



f 299,754 74 



999 52 



5,000 00 



(305,754 26 






1 f,'i 



.;* 



; 1 



'i M 



^ 



f 



'»f 



K «; 



R-M 



102 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



I«efflsl»U¥e Expenses. 



Details 71. 



EXPENSES— Con/tnt/cd. 



Amounts brought forward, . 

Committee on Harbors — 
Advertising, . . . . 



Committee on Prisons — 

Advertising, f 149 8.5 

Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, 877 86 

Clerical Services, . . . . 65 00 



Committee on Hoosac Tunnel — 
Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, fll5 40 



Messenger and Telegrams, 



14 00 



Committee on Charitable Institutions — 

Advertising, f 141 48 

Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, 661 10 

Committee on Labor — 

Advertising, f 578 35 

Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, 229 00 



Committee on Water-Supply and Drainage — 
Advertising, ....... 

Committee on Roads and Bridges — 

Advertising, f317 10 

Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, 25 00 

Committee on Insurance — 
Advertising, . '. 



Committee on Mercantile Affairs — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Banks and Banking — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Education — 

Advertising, f 79 87 

Hotel Expenses and Travelling Fares, 46 00 



Committee on Fisheries — 
Advertising, .... 
Clerical services, . • . 

Committee on Horse Railroads — 
Advertising, .... 



{68 62 
80 00 



Amounts carried forward, . 



f 5,241 92 



1,350 51 



1,092 71 



129 40 



702 58 



807 35 



579 95 



342 10 
291 76 

339 08 

138 03 



125 37 



148 62 
163 70 



}11,453 08 



f 305,754 26 



1305,754 26 



•■fe' 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



103 



Statembnt XL 



Ifevi»I»tl¥e Expeiues. 



Details 71. 



EXPENSES— Conc^ttdcd. 



Amounts brought forward, . 

Committee on Probate and Chancery — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Military Affairs — 
Advertising. . . . . 
Clerical services. 
Carriage Hire, .... 



139 75 
95 00 
28 00 



{11,453(8 



151 12 



Committee on Towns — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Parishes and Religious Soci- 
eties, — 
Adrertising^ 

Committee on Manufactures — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Asrriculture — 



Advertising, 



Committee on Finance — 
Clerical Services, 



Committee on Federal Relations — 
Advertising, 



Committee on Female Suffrage — 
Advertising, .... 



Committee on Liquor Law — 
Advertising, 



Committee on State Police — 
Summoning Witnesses, 



Committee on Treasury — 
Advertising, 



Committee on County Estimates 
Advertising, .... 



Committee on Municipal Loan — 
Advertising, .... 



Sundry Hearings before Committees — 
Postage, Telegrams, &c., . 



162 75 



187 44 



58 18 



68 98 



35 00 



600 00 



38 05 



33 43 



88 27 



9 70 



9 68 



3 75 



3 60 



36 52 



Amount carried forward, f 318,693 81 



1305,754 26 



12,939 55 



-m 
t K 



104 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



Iiefflsl»tl¥e Expense*. 



Details 72. 



DETAHiS No. 72. 
FEES OF WITNESSES BEFORE COMMITTEES. 

[CFen. But Cbap. 16, Sect 49; AcU 1878, Cbap. 12.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



Witnesses before Committee on State Police, . 
Elections, 



Total Le^slatiye Expenses, 1873, 




{318,698 81 



146 55 
f318,840 86 



M 



' 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



105 



Statement XI. 



Details 73 and 74. 



GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL, 



DBTAIIiS No. 73. 

GOVERNOR. 

[Acts 1804, Obap. 240.] 



William B. Washburn, . 



DETAHiS No. 74. 
COMPENSATION AND MILEAGE OP LIEUTENANT- 
GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL. 

[ACU1872, Ch*p. 828; 1878, Chap. 10.] 



Retiring Members of the Council of 
Joseph Tucker, 2 days, 
William L. Reed, 2 days, 
Jona. B. Winn, 2 days, 
Jonas Fitch, 2 days, . 
John F. Harris, 2 days, 
Elijah B. Stoddard, 2 days, 
Alfred Macy, 2 days, . 
Milo Hildreth, 2 days, 
Edwin Chase, 2 days, . 



1872— 
f 20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 



Thomas Talbot, Lieutenant-Governor — 
Regular Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion, ...... 11,600 00 

Travel, 25 miles, .... 6 00 

Extra Sessions, 78 days, . . . 780 00 
Travel, 1,490 miles, . . . . 298 00 



Jona. B. Winn — 

Regular Annual Session, Compensation, {750 00 

Travel, 10 miles, .... 2 00 



Alfred Macy — 
Regular Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion 1750 00 

Travel, 120 miles, . . . 24 00 

Extra Sessions, 58 days, . . . 290 00 

Travel, 5,760 miles, .... 1,152 00 

Milo Hildreth— 

Regular Annual Sesrion, Compensa- 
tion, {750 00 

Travel, 35 miles, .... 7 00 

Amounts carried forward^ . . f757 00 



14 



{5,000 00 



tlOO 00 



2,583 00 



752 00 



2,216 00 



f5,651 00 



f 5,000 00 



fe^ 



106 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



r""' 



i' il 



f 



* :, 






Statement XI. 



Exeentlre Expenses. 



Details 75. 



COMPENSATION AND MILEAGE— Concluded. 






Amounts brought forward, . . f 757 00 

Extra Sessions, 81 days, . . . 406 00 

Travel, 2,240 miles, . . . . 448 00 

Edwin Chase — 
Regular Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion, f 750 00 

Travel, 110 miles, . . . . 22 00 

Extra Sessions, 60 days, . . . 300 00 

Travel, 5,390 miles, . . . . 1,078 00 

Seth Turner— 
Re^lar Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion f 750 00 

Travel, 15 miles, .... 3 00 

Extra Sessions, 60 days, . . . 300 00 

Travel, 760 miles, . . . . 150 00 

Rufus S. Frost — 
Regular Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion, (750 00 

Travel, 5 miles, 1 00 

Extra Sessions, 46 days, ... 225 00 

Travel, 185 mUes 37 00 

Daniel H. Stickney — 
Re^lar Annual Session, Compensa- 

ffon, 1750 00 

Travel, 35 miles, .... 7 00 

Extra Sessions, 64 days, . . . 320 00 

Travel, 1,885 miles, . . . . 371 00 

George Whitney — 
Regular Annual Session, Compensa- 
tion, 1750 00 

Travel, 80 miles, . . . . 16 00 

Extra Sessions, 70 days, . . . 350 00 

Travel, 4,560 miles, . . . . 912 00 



t5,651 00 



1,610 00 



2,150 00 



1,203 00 



1,013 00 



1,448 00 



2,028 00 



DBTAHiS No, 75. 
GOVERNOR'S PRIVATE SECRETARY. 

[Acto 1878, Chap. 10, 872 and 878.] 



Sidney Andrews, . 

Amount carried forward, 



(5,000 00 



15,103 00 



2,500 00 



122,603 00 



_ ^ . J... . 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 






Details 76 to 79. 



DBTAII.B No. 76. 

MESSENGERS TO GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL. 

[AeU IMO, Chap. 4H ; Wa, Chip. 10, 3T1 ind STS.] 









William H. D. Eaton, Messenger, . 

Charles F. A. Francis, Assistant Messenger, . 


»1,200 00 
1,000 00 


2,200 00 






DBTAIL8 No. 77. 

COPYISTS, EXFCUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

[ll*..l«TI,Cli.p.M; AcW 1971, Chip.*.] 




S. L. Washbarn, to Ang. 29tb 


493 33 


DETAILS No. 78. 
COOTTCIL POSTAGE, PRINTING, &c. 

1R«. 18M. Chup. T4; AcM ISTS, Ch.p. ».] 




Postage Stamps, 

Printing Note Headings. Blanks, Ac, 

Peas, Holders and Pencils 

Erasers, Folders, Rubber Bands, Ac., 

Paper and Envelopes, 

Scissors and Knives 

itecord Books and Diaries, .... 
Sundry other Stationery, 


>71 00 
113 62 
66 00 
47 20 

32 25 
61 75 
4 08 

U 25 


400 15 






DBTAIL8 No. 79. 
COUNCIL CONTINGENT FUND. 

[On. But. Chap. 14; Acta 1S71, Chip. M.] 




Bote! Expenses and Travelling Fares on Official 


(1,094 72 
177 95 
66 76 
5 30 
34 25 
22 60 
27 15 
19 00 
47 96 




Advertising 




Newspapers, Telegrams, Ac., .... 

□□dry other Stationery 

i'entilators 


1.485 87 




J27,182 36 







108 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



.1 '!■; 




I , 



m 



ti 



k 



Statement XI. 



Exe«iitiTe Expeiui«s. 



Details 80. 



Uii 



H 






DETAHiS NO. 80. 

EXECUTIVE CONTINGENT FUND. 

[Acta 1870, Chap. 250; 1873, Chap. 10.] 



Amount "brought forward. 



Postage, Telegrams, Soldiers' Messenger Corps 

andExpressage, 
Expenses, Official Visits, . 
Newspapers, Directories, Stationery, &c.. 
Soap, Blacking, Matches, &o., . 
Washing Towels and Cleaning, 
Locks, Clocks and Repairs, 
Services of sundry persons, 
Miscellaneoas, .... 
Printing Blanks, Envelopes, &c., 



Total Expenses of Governor and Council, . 



f 527 88 

864 25 

110 45 

104 85 

90 25 

18 05 

42 50 

87 27 

50 80 




127,182 35 



1,345 80 



128,528 15 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



109 



Statement XI. 



Details 81. 



SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 



DBTAUiS No. 81. 

[0«n. 8Ut Chap. 14, Sect 4; Acts 1806, Chap. 298; 1870, Chap. 880; AoU 
1873, Chap. 10, 50, 384, 377 and 878.] 



Secretabt. 
Olirer Warner, Salary, 



f T RRITR 

Chas. W. Lovett, First Clerk, to Oct. 1, . 
Benj. C. Piper, First Clerk, from Oct. 1, . 
Benj. C. Piper, Second Clerk, to Oct. 1, . 
William Harris, Second Clerk, from Oct 1, 

Extra Clerks. 
William Hai-ris, to Oct. 1. . 

Henry J. Coolidge, 

David Pulsifer, 

Edwrard Strong, 

£. P. Robinson, 

Henry B. Wood, 

Samael R. Slack, 

Thomas Prince, 

G. Julian Harney, 

H. 0. Hildreth, 

Albert J. Wright, Jr , from Oct. 1, . 

Edward Warner, 

Effle P. Warner, 

Mary R. WaUcut, 

2^eliemiah Brown, ^ 

Extra Clerical Services, 



Messengers. 



Lewis Hayden, 
Peter H. Nott, 



Secretary's Incidentals. 
Printing Sundry Blanks, Circulars, &c., . 

Postage Stamps 

Seals, Wafers, Twine, Tape and Ribbon, . 

Record and Blank Books, 

Binding Documents and Document Boxes, 
Parchment for Acts and Resolves, 
Advertising, Newspapers, Directories, &c., 
Pens, Holders, Pencils, Erasers and Desk Knives, 
Ink, Mucilage, Rubber Bands and Fasteners, . 

Note Headings Engraved, 

Sundry other Stationery, 

State Seal and Press, 

Mass. Statutes, 

Paper and Envelopes, 

Total Expenses of Secretary's Department, . 



fl,600 00 

600 00 

1,275 00 

425 00 



f 1,125 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,375 00 

375 00 

1,103 28 

790 00 

790 00 

519 89 

380 00 



1600 00 
600 00 



f 2,270 85 

500 00 

152 40 

218 80 

288 40 

1,035 00 

33 75 

60 91 

99 15 

86 00 

29 11 

48 50 

25 50 

604 33 



(3,500 00 



3,700 00 



18,458 17 



1,200 00 



5,452 70 



132,310 87 



itfiii 



.■ 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statekest XI. 



TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 



DSTATLS No. 83. 
[Om.Stat. Cbsp.Ilud IS; Acu 1S70, Chip. SIT ; ISH, CIup. 3S 
l»TS,Cl»p.aH; 1S7S, Ctwp. 10,MuilS7S.] 



Charles Adams, Jr., Salary, 

Clerks. 
Daniel H. Ro^rs, First Clerk, . 
Artemas Harmon, First Assistant Clerk, 
Joshua Fhippen, Cashier, . 



Extra Ci^rss. 



Treasubbr's Incidentals. 
Blank and Record Books, .... 
Printing Circutara, Blanks, &c.. 
Postage and Revenue Stamps, . 

Advertising Gold Bonds 

Paper and Envelopes, .... 
Ink, Pens, Pencils and Erasers, . 
Document Boxes, Binding Documents, Ac, 
Mucilage, Rubber Bands, Twine and Tape, 
Newspapers, Directory, &c,. 

Telegrams and Express 

Office Furniture, 

News Room Subscription, .... 
Miscellaneous, 



Total Expenses of Treasurer's Department, 



f2,600 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 



(256 47 
374 45 
212 67 
110 27 
197 22 
54 43 
24 55 
11 21 

34 00 
20 80 
10 60 

35 00 
14 SO 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Ill 



Statement XI. 



Details 83. 



DETAILS No. 83. 
TAX COMMISSIONER'S DEPARTMENT. 

[Ada 1865, Chap. 283; 1866, Chap. 208; 1867. Chap. 167; 1871, Chap. 882; 1872, Chap. 227; 1878, 

Chap. 10, 60 and 378.] 



Commissioner. 
Charles Adams, Jr., without pay. 
Daniel A. Gleason, Deputy and Commissioner 
of Corporations, 



Clerks. 

A. J. Morton, 

S. W. Hatheway, 

Alexander B. Robinson, from Oct. 16, inc, 



Extra. Clerks. 



E. A. Tong, . 
A. M. Grover, 
H F. Knapp, 
C. G. Ewer, . 
M. H. Harlow, . 
E. E. Cumraings, 

E. P. Simmons, . 

F. M. Harmon, . 
M. T. R, Tong, . 
F. M. Weed, 

L. S Coffin, 
A. T. Allen, Jr., . 
Jos. G. Martin, . 
A. B. Stevens, 
L. H. Prince, 
L. H. Clark, 
J. Streeter, . 
L. L. Pearce, 
J. P. Dabney, 
A. D. HaU, . 



Continoent Expenses. 
Printing Blanks, Circulars, Acts, &;c.. 

Postage, 

EoYelbpes and Cards, 

Document Boxes, File Boards, Folios and Bags, 

Blank and Record Books, 

Paper of all kinds, , 

Binding and Jittering Documents, &;c., . 
Pens, Pencils, Ink, Mucilage, Erasers, Shears, &c., 
Twine, Tape, Fasteners, Blotters and Rulers, . 
Newspapers, Directories, &;c., .... 

Sundry Stationery, 

Statutes and Reports of Decisions, . 

Total Expenses of Tax Commissioner's De- 
partment, ....... 



f 2,000 00 
787 50 
314 51 



f 1,100 00 
1,100 00 
320 00 
1,100 00 
890 00 
900 00 
837 66 
715 34 
815 00 
665 00 
729 00 
518 50 
600 00 
516 00 
481 00 
455 00 
362 00 
276 00 
154 00 
128 33 



f 1,981 33 

600 00 

128 75 

222 25 

94 10 

183 12 

72 75 

59 15 

15 30 

22 75 

18 85 

32 30 



f 3,000 00 



3,102 01 



12,662 83 



3,380 15 



(22,144 99 



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112 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



Details 84. 






DETAILS No. 84. 

COMMISSIONER OF CORPORATIONS. 

[Acts 1870, Chap. 224; 1878, Chap. 60.] 



Printing Notices, Circulars, Agreements, &c., . 

Postage, 

Paper and Enyelopes, 

Record Books, 

Newspapers, 



tl65 54 


50 00 


50 25 


11 50 


8 00 



1285 29 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



113 



Statement XI. 



Details 85 and 86. 



AUDITOR'S DEPARTMENT. 



DETAILS No. 86. 
[ActfllWT, Chap. 178; 1870, Chap. 880; 1871, Chap. 888; 1873, Chap. 10, 60, 

877, 878.] 



AUDITOB. 

Charles Endicott, Salary, . 



Clerks. 
Edward S. Davis, First Clerk, . 
Augustas Brown, Second Clerk, 



Extra Clerks. 
William D. Hawley, . 
Albert Carter, .... 
Other clerical assistance, . 



Incidektals. 

Postage, 

Blank and Record Books, . ... 

Printing Blanks, 

Paper and Envelopes, 
Pens, Holders, Ink, Pencils and Erasers, 
Mucilage, Rubber Bands, Twine and Tape, 
Newspapers, Directories, Dial, &c., . 
Binding and Lettering Documents, . 
Various other Stationery, . 



(2,200 00 
2,000 00 



(1,600 00 

1,500 00 

216 13 



(UO 20 

106 47 

232 36 

78 75 

37 50 

27 87 

36 25 

7 13 

5 00 



Total Expenses of Auditor^s Department, 



(3,500 00 



4,200 00 



3,216 13 



671 53 



(11,587 66 



DBTAJIjS No. 86. 
REPAIRS, IMPROVEMENTS AND FURNITURE. 

[Qen. Stat Chap. 14; Acta 1878, Chap. 60.] 



Labor and Material for repairs in various rooms, 

Lumber, Moulding, &c., 

Painting, Graining and Glazing, 
Furniture, Uphol^ry and Repairing, 

Hardware, 

Plumbing, . . ' . 

Locks, Keys and repairs, 

Atnovnt carried forward, .... 



(989 66 

256 94 

362 44 

1,280 61 

138 16 

52 84 

90 57 



(3,171 22 



15 



114 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



M- 



Statement XI. 



Details 86. 



REPAIRS, IMPROVEMENTS, &c,^Concluded. 



h 



;'f 



t 



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Amount brought forward, . 

Clocks and Repairs, 

Carpets, Matting, and putting down same, 
Gas-Fixtures and Shades, .... 
Iron Work, Relaying Tiles, &c.. 

Ventilators, 

Miscellaneous, 

Estimated balance, .... 



Repairs, &c. (Extraordinart). 

[Ret. 1878, Chap. 62 ; Acts 1873, Chap. 834 and 878.] 

Enlarging Windows in Rooms 8, 9 and 10, 

Fire Extinguishers, 

Cases for same, . 

Repairing Roof and Tinning Sheathing, . 

Staging for Tinning and Work on Sky-lights, 

Painting, Coloring and Glazing, 

Carpenter Work and Material for Repairs in 

various Rooms, 
Mason Work, 

Plumbing, .... 
Repairs on Heating Apparatus, 
Rail in Senate Chamber, . 
Lumber, &c , for Repairs,* . 
Polishing Desks in Senate, House, &c.. 
Whitening various Rooms, 
Windows in Room of State Visiting Agent, 
Case in Auditor's Department (Labor), . 
Wardrobe in Ti'easurer's Department (Labor), 
Case in Adjutant-Generars Department (Labor) , 

Relaying Tiles, 

Miscellaneous, 



Estimated Balance, 



Total, 



(3,171 22 



51 00 


371 75 


55 50 


71 65 


35 00 


12 00 


13,767 12 


232 88 



(611 06 
440 00 
186 87 
532 88 
72 35 
444 49 

550 64 

349 90 

635 20 

212 33 

131 00 

100 71 

124 00 

75 50 

75 52 

71 62 

46 75 

33 25 

29 49 

13 55 



II i 




(4,000 00 



4,795 00 
(8,795 00 



/ 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



115 



Statement XI. 



Details 87 and 88. 



DETAIIiS No. 87. 
ENGINEER, WATCHMEN AND FIREMEN AT STATE HOUSE. 

[AcU 1807, Chap. 167; 1868, Chap. 341; 1873, Chap. 10, 378 and 878.] 



William P. Dean, Engineer, 
William S. Stoddard, Watehman, 
James N. Tolman, Watchman, . 
Edward Rolfe, Watchman, 
William Goodhue, Watchman, . 
Lewis Gaal, Assistant- Watchman, 
Bartholomew Hearty, Fireman, . 
James Killin, Fireman, 
Thomas Williams, Assistant-Fireman, 
Frank Doland, Assistant-Fireman, . 



f 1,600 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

700 00 

912 60 

175 00 

150 00 



f 10,637 60 



DETATTiS No. 88. 
FUEL AND LIGHTS FOR STATE HOUSE. 

[Oen. Stat. Chap. 14; Acta 1873, Chap. 50.] 



Coal, 360 tons, 

Wood, 3 cords, 

Boston Gas-Light Co., 

Gas-Fixtures and Repairs, 

Repairs on Heating Apparatus, including Grate- 
bars, 

Repairs on Fan-room, Coal-bins, &c.. 

Mason-work, 

Sperm Oil, 20 gallons. Waste, Oilers, &c., 

Removing Ashes, 

Sundry Labor, 

Steam-pump and Recording Steam-gauge, 
Corering Steam-pipes with Felting, . 
I^liscellancous, 



12,910 00 


30 00 


1,116 60 


49 26 


736 69 


50 92 


168 00 


60 64 


132 00 


105 00 


295 42 


128 00 


6 38 



f5,777 80 



t-I" 



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116 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



Details 89. 



DETAILS No. 89. 
HOUSE No. 33 PEMBERTON SQUARE. 

[Res. 1878, Chap. SO; Acta 1878, Chap. 884.] 



Rent and Taxes, 



[Rea. 1873, Chap. 40; Acta 1873, Chap 

Mason-work, Plastering, &c., 
C-arpenter-work and Stock, 
Heating Apparatus and Fixtures 
Plumbing, .... 
Painting and Glazing, 
Gas-piping and Fixtures, . 
Carpets, Matting and Ottomans, 
Office Furniture. . 
Paper Hangings, 
Italian Awnings, 
Curtains and I? ixtures. 
Repairing Roof and Tinning L, 
Miscellaneous, . 



378.] 

t4,658 30 

3,.S93 70 

2,303 18 

1,246 63 

975 90 

470 58 

1,059 14 

234 25 

205 99 

176 00 

112 22 

176 22 

11 47 



(6,248 40 



Rooms for State Pouce. 

[Rea. 1873, Chap. 85; AoU 1878, Chap. 878.] 

Mason-work and Stock, . . . (3,487 41 

Carpenter-work and Stock, . . 940 77 

Painting and Glazing, . . . 312 55 
Gas-piping and Fixtures, . 



227 20 



Janitor, &c. 

[Rea. 1873, Chap. 06.] 

Thomas J. Tucker, Jr., Services, 
James Woods, Services, 
Fuel and Gas, .... 
Cleaning Rooms,To welling and Wash- 
ing Towels, .... 
Moving Furniture and Books, . 
Brushes, Brooms, Soap, Blacking, &c. 
Painting and Glazing, 
Ice Coolers, Pitchers, &c., 

J.C6, . • • . 

Bulletin Board, . 
Miscellaneous, . 



(273 00 
237 50 
412 75 

110 55 
53 00 
35 78 
35 25 
14 20 
51 00 
22 50 
27 15 



Estimated Balance, 



15,023 68 



4,967 93 




127,687 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



117 



Statement XI. 



Details 90 to 92. 



PRINTING. 



DBTAHjS No. 90. 




PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. 




[Oen. But Chap. 4; Acta 1863, Cbap. 219 ; 1873, Chap. 50.] * 




2,000 copies State Library, 


(251 55 




2,000 copies Public Lands, . 




18 32 




2,000 copies Agent Discharged Convicts, . 




18 32 




2,000 copies Industrial School for Girls, . 




102 35 




2,000 copies Northampton Hospital, . 
2,000 copies Taunto]\ Hospital, . 




254 54 






172 75 




2,000 copies Worcester Hospital, 
2,000 copies Bridgewater Almshouse, 




133 39 






127 16 




2,000 copies TeVrksbury Almshouse, . 




151 84 




2,000 copies Monson Primary School, 




137 06 




2,0()0 copies State Reform School, . 




291 07 




2,000 copies State Prison, . . . , 




231 61 




2,000 copies Returns of Sheriffs, 




25 44 




2,000 copies Register of Deeds, . 




25 44 




4,000 copies Board of State Charities, 




4,490 39 




2,(X)0 copies School for Idiots, . 




143 55 






(6,574 78 




Estimated balance for 1873, 


23,425 22 


(30,000 00 






DETAILS No. 91. 




GENERAL LAWS. 




[G«n. Stat. Chap. 3; Acts 1866, Chap. 65; 1873, Chaps. 60 and 334.] 




35,000 copies General Laws, — 






Composition, 


(369 82 




Alterations, 


35 40 




Paper, 


7,728 32 




Presswork, 


1,617 00 




Binding, 


1,395 00 


ll,li5 54 






DXTAHiS No. 92. 




ACTS AND RESOLVES (Blub Book.) 




[Gen. Stat. Cbap. 8; Acts 1872, Chap. p9; 1878, Chaps. 50 and 834.] 




4,500 copies Acts and Resolves, — 






Composition, 


(1,042 84 




Alterations, 


83 40 




Amounts carried forward, . 


1 • 


(1,126 24 


(41,145 54 




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1 



1 



118 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



Details 93 to 97, 



ACTS AND RESOLVES— Co«cZttrfcd. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Paper, . . . . • 

Presswork, 

Binding, &c., 

Index, 


11,126 24 

8,321 00 
606 80 

2,127 76 
293 98 


(41,146 54 
7,875 77 






DBTAHiS No. 93. 
PUBLISHING LAWS. 

[Acts 1865, Chap. 103; 1878, Chap. M.] 




Boston Advertiser, publishing Greneral Laws, 


« 
1 • • 


600 00 


DBTATTiS No. 94. 

[Gen. Stat. Chap. 14; AcU 1861, Chap. 167; 1873, Chaps. 60 and 334.] 




409 Assessment Books, 

Extra Sheets for Laws and Aggregates, . 
Packing and Expressing, 


f2,112 66 

60 00 

40 00 

1,104 46 


3,317 11 






DBTAIT.R No. 95. 
TERM REPORTS. 

[Acta 1859, Chap. 200; 1873, Chap. 60.] 




884 copies furnished Cities and Towns, &c., 


• • 


3,094 00 


DETATTiB No. 96. 
GENERATi STATUTES. 

[Res. 1867, Chap. 18; Acts 1873, Chap. 60.] 




Stereotyping No. 1, Vol. 2, Supplement, . 
Editing, 


1769 20 
200 00 


Q.'iQ ^ 






«7v«7 —V 


DETATT.S No. 97. 
PRINTING AGRICULTURAL REPOB 

[Gen. Stat Chap. 16; Acts 1873, Chap. 60.] 


LT. 




10,000 copies Secretary's Report — 

Composition, 

Alterations, 


1637 19 
194 40 


• 


Amounts brought forward^ .... 


(831 69 


(66,391 62 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



119 



Statement XL 



PrtntlBS. 



Details 97^ to 99. 



PRINTING AGRICULTURAL REFORT—Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Presswork, 

Paper, 

Engraving and Electrotyping, .... 

Frontispiece, . 

Reports on Botany, Stock and Domestic Animals, 
Binding, 



Of this amount (2,679.47 was paid from appro- 
Driation for Public Documents of 1872, for which 
see Appendix, 



(881 59 



1,044 40 


6,885 92 


252 49 


80 00 


73 07 


4,512 00 



(12,679 47 



2,679 47 



DBTAILS No. 97 1-2. 
MILITLA. LAW. 

[Acts 1873, Chap. 818 and 878.] 



Composition, 
Alterations, . 
Presswork, . 
Paper, . 
Binding, 



(83 04 


27 60 


8 40 


48 66 


225 00 



DETAILS No. 98. 
CODIFICATION OF RAILROAD LAWS. 

[Res. 1873, Chap. 36 and 71; Acta 1873, Chap. 884.] 



Edward L. Pierce, Services and Expenses, 
Russell Gray, Services, .... 




DBTAHiS No. 99. 
COMMISSIONERS ON PUBLICATION OF GENERAL 

STATUTES. 

[Jles. 1878, Chap. 61; Acti 1878, Chap. 878. J 

William A. Richardson and George P. Sanger, Services in 
Preparing for Publication, 



Total for Printing, &c.. 



(56,391 62 



10,000 00 



392 70 



2,700 00 



500 00 



(69,984 32 



120 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



JTndldaiT'. 



Details 100 and 101. 



JUDICIARY. 



DETAHiS No. 100. 
SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

[Gen. Stat Chap. 121, Sect. 6, 89 and 66; Acta 1873, Chap. 40.] 



R. A. Chapman, Chief Justice, to July 1, . 
Horace Gray, Jr., Chief Justice, from Sept. 6 
iiio., ........ 

Horace Gray, Jr., Associate Justice, to Sept. 4 

lUxy., ......a. 

Seth Ames, Associate Justice, . 

James D. Colt, Associate Justice, 

Marcus Morton, Associate Justice, . 

John Wells, Associate Justice, . 

Wm. C. Endicott, Associate Justice, from March 

8, inc., 

Chas. Devens, Jr., Associate Justice, from Oct 

3, inc., 



George C. Wilde, 



Clebk. 



Reporter of Decisions. 
Albert G. Browne, Jr., 



Contingent Expenses. 

Benj. F. Bayley, 

James F. Goodwin, 

Henry Taylor, 

Wm. J. Phelps, 

Printing Dockets and Blanks, Binding, &c., 
Stationery, Postage, &c., .... 



(3,260 00 

2,094 44 

4,066 66 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 

4,887 10 

1,467 74 



(193 50 
193 60 
193 50 
193 60 
215 00 
91 42 



DETAHiS No. 101. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

[Acts 1872, Chap. 270; 1873, Chap. 7.] 



L. F. Brigham, Chief Justice, . 
Julius Rockwell, Associate Justice, . 
Otis P. Lord, Associate Justice, . 
Ezra Wilkinson, Associate Justice, . 
Charles Devens, Jr., Associate Justice, to 

2, inc., 

John P. Putnam, Associate Justice, . 
William Allen, Associate Justice, 
Francis H. Dewey, .... 

Amounts carried forward^ . 



Oct 



(5,300 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 

3,776 88 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



(39,076 88 



(39,765 94 
8,000 00 

300 00 



1,080 42 



(44,146 36 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



121 



Statement XI. 



jr«idl«lary. 



Details 102. 



SUPERIOR COlTRT^Concluded, 



Amounis brought forward, . 

Robert C. Pitman, Associate Justice, . 
John W. Bacon, Associate Justice, . 
P. Emory Aldrich, Associate Justice, from Oct 
11, inclusive, 



f 39,076 88 

5,000 00 
6,000 00 

1,115 59 



DETAHiS No. 102. 
COURTS OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

[Acts IMT, Chap. 857; 1871, Chap. 277 and 860; 1878, Chap. 7.] 



Salabies of Justices. 

Isaac Ames, Suffolk Coun^, 

George F. Choate, Essex County, 

George M. Brook?, Middlesex County, 

Henry Chapin, Worcester County, . 

S. F. Lyman, Hampshire County, to Sept 80 
inclusive, 

W. F. Shurtleff, Hampden County, . 

Chester C. Conant, Franklin County, 

J. T. Robinson, Berkshire County, . 

George White, Norfolk County, 

William H. Wood, Plvmouth County, 

E. H. Bennett, Bristol County, . 

Joseph M. Day, Barnstable County, . 

James M. Bunker, Nantucket County (died No- 
vember 19th), 

Joseph T. Pease, Dukes County, 

Thaudeus C. Defriez, Nantucket County, from 
Dec. 9th, 

Samuel T. Spaulding, Hampshire County, from 
Nov. 29, 



Salaries of Registers. 
P. R. Guiney, Suffolk County, . 
Abner C. Goodell, Essex County, 
Joseph H. Tyler, Middlesex County, . 
Charles E. Stevens, Worcester County, 
Luke Lyman, Hampshire County, 
Samuel B. Spooner, Hampden County, 
Francis M. Thompson, Franklin County, 
A. J. Waterman, Berkshire County, . 
Jonathan H. Cobb, Norfolk County, . 
William E: Fuller, Bristol County, . 
Daniel E. Damon, Plymouth County, 
Jonathan Higgins, Barnstable County, 
Samuel Swam, Nantucket County, . 
Hebron Vincent, Dukes County, 



AmoufU carried forward. 



t4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 

675 00 
1,300 00 

900 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 

900 00 

443 05 
600 00 

30 91 

80 00 



f3,000 00 

2.000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

900 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

600 00 

600 00 



(44,146 36 



50,192 47 



22,328 96 



19,300 00 



f 135,967 79 



16 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement Xr, 



COURTS OF PROBATE AND liJSOLVEVCY— Concluded. 







f 135,967 79 


Salaries ov Assistant-Registers. 
J. L. Crombio, Suffolk County, to Nov. 24, inc., 

Ezra D. Ilinea, Essex County 

IsaaoF. Jones, Middlesex County.to July 10, inc., 
Charles F. Phillips, Middlesex County, from 


Jl,350 00 

l,.'iOO 00 
790 32 

697 50 
1.600 00 
1,100 00 

145 83 


Fred. W. Soutliwiek, Worcester County, . 

Jonathan Cobb, Norfolk County, 

Charles R. Brainard, Suffolk County, from Nov. 






7.083 65 






DBTTAHiS Ho. 103. 
POLICE COURTS. 




IM Mid SM; ISflg, Ch.p. JiB; 1871, Chap. M, lis ud 114; 1971, Cb.p. a, 
T7,l«8,141, m.l«3«ldM3; lg7«.Ch.p.T.] 




Salaries of Justices. 
Joseph G. Waters, Salem, . 
Nathan Crosby, Lowell, . 
John S. Ladd, Cambridge, 
William E. Currier, Newburyport, . 
William Stevens. Lawrence, 
James Davis, GloucostPr, . 
Joseph R. Newhall. Lynn, . 
Hamlet Bates, Chelsea. . 
Louis Lapham, Fall River. 
Alanson Borden, New Bedford.. 
James H. Morton, Springfield. . 




f 1,800 00 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
1,000 00 
UOO 00 
1.600 00 
1.800 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,.W0 00 
2,000 00 




J. Ives, Lynn 

J. R. Bulkley, Williamstown. . 
George W. iVarren, Charlestown, . 




.500 00 
300 00 
1,600 00 




Thornton K. Wave, Fitehburg, . 
Joseph P. Buckland, Ilolyoke, . 




1,300 00 
1,600 00 








28,200 00 


Salaries of Clebka. 
S. P. Andrews. Salem, 
Chas. II. Sanford, New Bedford. 
A, B. Lconai-d, Full River, . 
Edn-ard F. Barilett, NiiWburyport. . 
S. P. Hadley, Lowell 




tl.000 00 
800 00 

1,000 00 
600 00 

1,200 OO 








Amounts carried forward, . 




f 5,600 00 


f 171,251 a 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



123 



Statement XI. 



JTndlelAryi 



DeTAH-S 104 AND 105. 



POLICE COURTS^Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, . 

Thomas Mclntire, Jr., Cambridge, 
H. C. Oliver, Lynn, . 
Daniel Williams, Charlestown, . 
Edward C. Debois, Haverhill, . 
George W. Cann, Fitehburg, 
Charles C. Spellman, Springfield, 
Lebbeus Stetson, Somerville, 



f5,600 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 



DETAUiS No. 104. 
BOSTON MUNICIPAL COURTS. 

[Acu I860, Chap. 2T9; 1870, Chap. 833; 1871, Chap. 376; 1872, Chap. 44; 

1873, Chap. 7, 363 and 378.] 



Salaries of Justices. 

Mellen Chamberlain, 

Joseph M. Churchill, 

Wm. E. Pamienter, 

P. S. Wheehick, Southern District, . 
Joseph R. Churchill, Dorchester District, . 



Salaries of Clerks. 
J. C. Leighton, ....,,. 
Alfred Williams, Southern District, . 
William L. Hicks, Assistant Southern District, 

to April 1, 

W. A. Blossom, Assistant, Southern District, 

from April 4, 

Robert T. Swan, Dorchester District, from July 

8, inc., 



f 3,000 00 
3,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,200 00 


f 2,500 00 
1,500 00 


200 00 


593 33 


884 95 



DBTAHiS I7o. 105. 

TAUNTON MUNICIPAL COURT. 

[Acta 1869, Chap. 859; 1873, Chap. 7.] 



Salary of Justice. 
William H. Fox, 

Salart of Clerk. 
James P. Ellis, to April 1, . . . f 200 00 
Albert A. Austin, from April l,inc., . 600 00 



Amount carried forward. 




fl71,251 44 



11,700 00 



12,700 00 



6,178 28 



2,000 00 



f 202,829 72 




''iiii. 



Ml 



41 'J ■!-. 






:h.Jr 






AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



DBTAHifl No. 100. 

DISTRICT COURTS 

70, Chip. 301 ud 2D£ : 1871, Clup. 



MO and 3>1 ; ISTl, Chip. ISI, 



Amount brought forward, .... 
Joseph Tucker, Central Berkshire, from March 


fl,286 03 

283 87 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,600 00 

800 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


5202329 72 


Henry S. Brigga, Central Berkshire, to March 




Jarvia Rockwell, Northern Berkshire, 
Jmnes Bradford, Southern Berkshire, 
Hartley Williams, Central Worcester, 
Clark ilillaon. 1st Southern Worcester, . 
Arthur A. Putnam, 2d Southern Worcester, 
Charles A. Dewey, 8d Southern Worcester, 
James W. White, lat Eastern Worcester. . . 
Everett C. Bumpus, Eastern Norfolk, 
Josiah K. Bennett, 1st Northern Middlesex, . 
James G. Allen, 1st Eastern Hampden, . 


15,269 89 

5,000 00 


Salaries of Clerks. 
Walter B, Smith, Central Berkshire, . 
Lvraan W. Flagg, Northern Berkshire, 
Thomas SifCjrins, Southern Berkshire, 
Theodoi-e S. Johnson. Central Woi-cester, 
J. W. Belcher, Eastern Norfolk, 




J600 00 
800 00 
300 00 

2,500 00 
800 00 






DBTiiLS No. 107. 
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

[G.n. eut. Chip. 14. Sect. M; A«- 18M, Chup. OS ; 1873, Climp. 10, BO, 154 




Attorn bt-General. 
Charles R. Train, Salary 

Assistant Attokset-Genebal. 
James C. Davis, Salary to March I, . J450 00 
Wm.G.Colburn,SalaryfromMftrchl, 1,350 00 

Attorney-Gekeral's Expenses. 

Rent Jl,000 00 

Law Books and Reviews, . . .136 Sd 
Stiitionery, of all kinds, . . . 90 15 
Carpete and Mats 13316 


ffi,000 00 
1,800 00 




Amounts carried forward, . .f 1,349 61 


(6,800 00 


?22S,099 61 



DBLIC DOCDMENT_No. 6. 



amtMan- Details 108 and 109. 


Y-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT— Concluded. 


M jOTTVUTu, > 


ilM9 61 
199 76 


t6,800 00 


(223,099 61 


lenees, . 


121 75 






ring Law Reports 


20 77 






tory, Advertising 


21 2S 

26 67 














93 60 






d Repiiira, . 


13 12 






Actions, 


140 50 






1 Atlas, . 


32 W 






ger. 


30 00 










2,083 07 


8383 07 







DETAXLB Ho. 108. 

STRICT-ATTORNEYS. 

SI; ini.Cbap.SU; ISTS, Ohim. 



idHS.] 



ffolk District, 

, Assistant. Suffolk District, 

, Eastern District, . 

Northern District, 

>outhern District, . 

Idle District, . 

:, Western District, 

ern IMstrict, . 

s, North-western District, 



f5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2.000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,500 00 



DETAILS No. lOS. 

IBICT-ATTORNEY, SUFFOLK DIS- 
TRICT. 

ti ISte, Obip. m; IBTS, C1»p. T.] 



as of Jadiciaiy Departtnent, . 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



Detaos UOakdIH. 



DETAUiB No. UO. 
COMMISSIONER OF SAVINGS BANKS. 

[Acta ISTO. Chip. 3U; 1SI3. Owp. 10.] 



F. M, Stone, Snlary, 



SBTAH-a No. Ul. 
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 



[AcU IBSt, Oup. £S6; l»aB, Chip. 4U ; ISTl, Chip. ZIl u 



r ; 1B11, Chip. 371 ; 1S73, Chip. 



Julius L. Clarko, Salary, . 
SKpben H. Rhodes, Deputy, Salary, , 

Clerks. 
Fred. L. Cuttinir, First Clerk, . 
Jas. G. Bovey, Secood Clerk, 



C. E. Wi . 
S. J. Leeds, . 
I. M, JohnsoQ, 
C. L. Sawver, 

E. F. Billings, 
M. A. Allen, 

F. J. Dver, . 
A. N. Tenney, 
H. A. Pierce, 
M. L. McMann, 

G. M, Whitney, 
Jas- L. Goodridc 
H. F. Clarke, 
M. S. Clarke, 
Chas. E. Cobb, 
Jas. F. Lyman, 
Other clerical services, 
Julius L. Clarke, 



Postage, 

Printing Blanks, Circulars and Notices, . 
Telegrams and Expressage, 
Travelling; Expenses, examining companies. 
Paper and Envelopes, .... 



AmouTiU carried forward, . 



t700 00 
673 30 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
805 00 
840 00 
8i6 00 
600 00 
145 00 
141 50 
300 00 
250 00 
105 00 

3,000 00 



f 440 14 

661 80 
221 80 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



127 



StaTE3£ENT XT. 



Details 112. 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER— Conc/tided. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

filank and Record Books, 

Pens, Pencils, Ink, Mucilage, &c.. 

Binding Documents, 

All other Stationer}*, 

Advertising and Publishing Insurance Notices, 
Newspapers, Books, Magazines, and Insurance 

Publications, 

Paper Rolls, 



Estimated Balance, 



Recapitulation. 
Expended in Life Department, . 
Expended in Fire and Manne Department, 



Department Fees collected and paid into 
State Treasury, 

Surplus accrued to Commonwealth, . 



f 1,459 28 

70 20 
45 00 
42 00 
14 30 
49 20 

140 92 
25 00 



f 1,845 90 
242 00 



f 15,670 74 
9,281 96 



f 24,952 70 
40,913 26 



(15,96056 



DBTAUiS I7o. 113. 
HARBOR COMMISSIONERS. 

[AcU 1866, Chap. 149; 1878, Chap. 60.] 



Josiah Quincy, Commissioner — 
Compensation, 173 days at (5, . 

Darwin E. Ware, Commissioner — 
Compensation, 285 days at (5, . 
Expenses, 



f 1,425 00 
25 43 



F. W. Lincoln, Commissioner — 
Compensation, 105 days at f 5, . . f 525 00 
Expenses, 106 50 



J. N. Marshall, Commissioner — 
Compensation, 91 days at f 5, 

AmoufU carried forward, . 



f 865 00 



1,450 43 



631 50 



456 00 



f 3,401 93 



f 22,864 80 



2,087 90 



f 24,952 70 



( \ 



ii, 



t I 



t 




L . . 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



[Jan. 



HARBOR COMMISSIONERS— Ctonrfuded. 



Amount brought forward, . 




(3,401 93 




Wm. T. Crammer, Commissioner- 
Gompessution, 106 days at f 5, . 
Expenses, .... 


. tbSO 00 

. 101 25 


631 25 




Henry L. Whiting, Engineer- 
Compensation, .... 
Expenses, 


.f 2,000 00 
83 75 


2,083 75 




Henry Mitchell, Consulting Engineer- 
Compensation, ♦1,095 00 

Expanses 2 75 


1,097 75 




Expenses 


.fl300 00 
. 177 57 


1,977 67 


(9,192 i 






GENEB1.L ExPEMSEa. 
Rent and Tuxes, .... 
Care of Booms and Messenger, . 
Stationery and Postage, . 




J1342 40 
160 14 
166 58 
169 00 
67 00 
73 28 
80 15 
92 85 
66 20 
44 20 
13 08 
115 12 
8 36 
16 16 








Copying Contracts, Records, Ac, 

Maps, Charts. Instruments, &o 




Newspapers, Dial, &e 




Telegrams and Expresaage 




Office Furniture, 








2,403 








#11,595 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



129 



Statement XL 



Expenses. 



Details 113 and 114. 



DBTAUiS No. us. 
COMMISSIONERS ON INLAND FISHERIES. 

[Aeto 1866, Chap. 238; 1867, Chap. 844; 1869, Chap. 884; 1873, Chap. 50.] 



COMMISSIONERfl. 

E. A. Brackett, . . . . 
Trayelling Expenses, . 



Asa French, Travelling and other Expenses, 

General Expenses. 
Salmon Spawn Enterprise, Orland, Me., . 
Taking Spawn and Care of Same, . 
Rebuilding Fishway at Mystic Lake, . 
Packing and Transporting Spawn, . 
Labor and Materials on Hatching-Houses and 

Fishways, 

Plans of Fishways, 

Sponges, Tow and Parafine Oil, 

Printing Blanks, Decisions, &c.. 

Postage, Stationery, Telegrams and Express, 

Rent and Care of Fishways, 

Net and Twine, 



f 1,600 00 
196 66 



f 1,000 00 

825 25 

149 89 

92 67 

108 25 

41 26 

21 50 
68 91 

22 69 
100 00 

42 06 



DXSTAHiS No U4. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

[Acta 1869, Chap. 408; 1873, Chap. 10, 60, 377 and 378.] 



COMMISSIONEES 

Charles F. Adams, Jr., 

A. D. Briggs, . . , . 

Francis M. Johnson, . 



. 13,000 00 
. 4,000 00 
. 4,000 00 



William A. Crafts, 



Clerk. 



General Expenses. 
Rent and Taxes, .... 
Care of Office, and Messenger, . 
Fuel and Ice, .... 
Postage and Express, . 
Binding and Lettering Documeuts, 
Printing Circulars, Blanks, &c., . 
Stationery of all kinds. 



f 1,121 00 
284 38 
160 20 
168 15 
146 68 
694 19 
108 50 



Amounts carried forward^ . .f 2,683 10 



}11,000 00 
2,500 00 



f 13,500 00 



17 



fl,795 66 
67 93 



2,472 37 



(4,325 96 




1 



ti 



^mmh 



1^' 

I 

1 



.J.l, 



• I I 

■ M 

;Jj;f 



I : 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEUENT XI. Ezpa 


BM». Details 115 ADO 116. 


RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS— Conc^Mtfcd. 


Amounts brought forward, . 

Copying Reports, &c., 

Mlscelliiiieoua 

Expenses, Inspecting Car-brakes, . 


f2,683 10 

81 21 
288 66 
13 25 

86 30 


»13,50000 
3,152 52 








f 16,652 52 







DBTAILB No. US. 

INSPECTOR OF GASMETERS. 

[Acu IMI, Chap. IN; ISTS, Chip. 10.] 



Charles W. Hinman, Ssl&ry, 



DBTAXLS No. U6. 
BUREAU OF STATISTICS ON THE SUBJECT OF LABOR. 

[R«. IBM, Ch.p. IM; 18J0,Ch»p. 71; 18JS, Ch»p. M; AcU 1873, Cb»p. 10, 3JT »iid 378.] 



Henry K, Oliver, Chief of Bureau- 
Salary, to June Ist, . 


- 


|1,041 66 




Carroll D. Wright. Chief- 
Salary, from Juno 12th, . 
Travelling Expensea, . 

George E McNeil, Deputy- 
Salary to June 1st, . 
Travelling Expenses, . 


JI.658 33 
60 00 

?833 33 
23 29 


1,718 33 
856 62 




George H. Long, Deputy — 
Salary, from June 11th, . 




1,091 4S 




Assist AH 
Charles F. Pidgin, from Ju 
William Bower, . 
J. H. Griggs, . 
C. E. Burroughs,. 
F. E. Browning, . 
M.B. Steward, . 
Ira StewanI, 
Benj. Whitmore, . 


ae 9th, 


f673 33 

520 00 
196 00 
120 00 
60 00 
48* 00 
212 00 
120 00 






Amounts carried forward, . 


f2,335 33 


f 4.71 1 06 





BUG DOCCMENT— No. 6. 



E>qM»m. 




Details 117. 


OF LABOR STATISTICS— Conclurferf. 


forward, . . »2^36 33 


»1,711 06 




. . . . 183 00 












116 35 












76 00 












54 76 












65 00 












32 00 












55 00 












180 61 






unt Of Foreign 














8,688 04 




EMT Expenses, 






ulara, &c., . . 1318 30 






. 283 29 






d Eeeord Books, 278 37 






ge, &c., . . 153 17 












ry, &c., 65 67 






. 85 16 








1,603 57 


|9,903 67 






DBTAII.8 No. U7. 






STATE BOARD OF HEAI 


TH. 




cU ISM, Cb>p. aa; 1B7S, Cfaapa. 10 


-idKL] 




7. Salary 




|2,5O0 00 


&I. BSPENBES. 






i Envelopes, 


(469 61 




rj- Expenses of Board, on 


654 76 




3orps, .... 


101 37 




Express and Telegrams, . 


97 42 




ulars, &C., .... 






kiDds 


60 38 
99 00 




pers, 


75 00 
75 00 




md Directory, . 


28 32 
20 10 




ort on Rivera and Water- 


1,300 00 




forwa 


rd. 






t2,997 48 


(2,600 00 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XI. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH- 


Concluded. 




Amounls brought forward, .... 

Edward Jarvis, Report on Political Economy of 
Health 

J, Baxter Upham, Report on Cerebro-Spinal 
Meningitis 

Frederic Winsor, Report on School Hygiene,* . 

J. F. A. Aditnis, Report on Health of Farmera, . 

\V. E. Boardman, Report on Galvanized Iron, . 

Azel Ames, Jr., Report on Duties of Boards of 


(2,997 48 

250 00 

200 00 
200 00 
160 00 
130 00 


f 2,.^00 00 


F. W. Draper, Report on Typhoid in Winthrop 

and Small-pox m Spencer 

A. H. Nichols, Report on Typhoid in Medford, . 
Mrs. H. M. Plunkett, Report on Farm-houses, . 


107 93 
62 00 
50 00 


4,307 41 








#6307 41 



JBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 118 to 120. 



AGBICULTUSAL. 



DBTAII.8 No. US. 

GRICULTURE — SECRETARY'S 
DEPARTMENT. 

cUlSei, Cbup.lOT; IMe.Cbjp.M; AcmBJS,ChBp. 
10, 6ft, 3T7 and STB.] 




ECRETAKY. 

laty, 

ETAET'B Clerk. 
cTUKEs, Etc. 

. m 00 

30 00 
ports), ... 36 00 

ART'S EXPENSEa. 

B9 f263 23 

saage, . . . 47 64 


♦2,600 00 
1.200 00 

145 00 
310 87 


t4,166 87 


DBTAiLa Tto. ue. 

F THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

iL Ch»p. 18; Acu ISra, Chop. M.) 




OS 

ings. Circulars, &c.. . 

Books 

&c. 

Dg Documents, . 



•50 70 
68 .^5 
16 60 

6 1.5 
12 48 
10 00 

6 26 
12 00 


172 56 






DETAILS No. lao. 
XPENSES OF THE MEMBERS OF 
OARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

UX. Chap. 1»; Act! 1B7S, Chip. W.] 




n, 


»160 17 
118 00 
87 30 




ed forward 


f 365 47 


14,328 46 



134 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XL 



Airrtenllnrttl« 



Details 121. 



TRAVELLING EXPENSES— ConcZwdcd. 



Amounts brought forward, . 

R. H. Leavitt, .... 
Thos. L. Allis, .... 
H. M. Sessions, .... 
Geo. M. Baker, .... 
N. S. Hubbard, .... 
J. McElwain, .... 
O. B. Hadwen, .... 
N. P. Brown, .... 

A. P. Slade, 

Chas. G. Davis, .... 
S. B. Phinney, .... 

E.H. Kellogg, 

F. F.Fay 

E. Graves, 

Eliphalet Stone, .... 

Thomas P. Root, 

William Knowlton, . 

Levi Stockbridge, 

Marshall P. Wilder, . 

H.P.Wakefield,. 

John W.Cole, . . . . 

Geo. B. Loring, .... 

Herman Vincent, 

Jona. Ladd, .... 

John A. Hawes, .... 

E. W. Boise, .... 



(365 47 



79 00 


68 00 


65 00 


46 35 


43 10 


42 45 


41 80 


40 60 


40 25 


40 10 


88 00 


85 00 


85 40 


84 10 


34 00 


33 75 


31 30 


80 15 


30 00 


29 80 


26 45 


24 00 


18 10 


12 00 


11 00 


8 24 



DBTAUiS No. 121. 
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

[Gen. Stat. Chap. 66; Acta 1878, Chap. 60.] • 



Barnstable County Society, 

Berkshire County Society, .... 

Bristol Central Society, .... 

Bristol Countv Society, .... 

Deerfield Valley Society, .... 

Essex County Society, .... 

Franklin County Society, .... 

Hampden County Society, .... 

Hampden East Society, .... 

Hampshire County Society. 

Hampshire, Hampden and Franklin Society, 

Highland Society, 

Hingham Society, 

Hoosac Valley Society, .... 
Housatonic Society, 

Amounts carried forward, . 



»600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 



f9,000 00 



(4,828 45 



1^3 41 



(5,631 86 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



135 



Statement XI. Asrictatana, *e. 


Detait-8 122. 


AGRICULTURAL SOClETlES^Concluded. 


Amounts brought forward, .... 


f 9,000 00 


t5,631 86 


Marshfield Society, 


600 00 




Martha^s Vineyard Society, 








600 00 




Middlesex County Society, 








600 00 




Middlesex North Society, . 








600 00 




Middlesex South Society, . 








600 00 




Nantucket County Society, 








517 00 




Norfolk County Society, 








600 00 




Plymouth County Society, , 








600 00 




Union Society, . . . , 








600 00 




Worcester County Society, 








600 00 




Worcester North Society, . 








600 00 


• 


Worcester North-West Society, 








600 00 




Worcester South Society, . 








600 00 




Worcester South-East Society, 


* < 






600 00 




Worcester West Society, . 


■ • 






600 00 








17,917 00 






Total Expenses for Agricultural purposes 






(not including Agricultural Report, for 








which see State Printing), 


. * 


(23,548 86 



DSTFAUiS UrO. 122. 
STATE LIBRARY. 

[OtD. Stat Chip. 5; AcU 1860, Chap. 298; Res. 187S, Chap. 28; Acts 1873, Chap. 10 and 50.] 



Assistant Librarian. 
S. C. Jackson, Salary, 



Clerks and Incidentals. 

C. R. Jackson 

E. M . Sawyer, 



Bntckets, &c., for Busts, . 
Case, Shelves, Blocks and Knobs, 
Newspapers and Postage, . 
Miscellaneous, .... 



Books purchased, 



f 840 00 
840 00 



f 1,680 00 

850 00 

96 90 

80 00 

10 00 



(2,000 00 



2,166 90 
2,800 00 

(6,466 90 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



CHARITABLE. 



DSTAILS No. 193. 

STATE ALMSHOUSE, TEWKSBURT. 

[(Hd. But. Chap. 11; Acu inS, Chip. 46 ; ISIS, Cbsp. SI.] 

Salaries of Superintendent and Of- 

FICERa. 

Thomas J. Marsh, Superintendent, . ^1,800 (K 

N.F. Marsh, Matron 300 OC 

Joseph D. Nichols, Physician, . ■ 1,200 OC 
Thomas J. Marsh, Jr., Assistant Sii- 

perintenJent 1,000 00 

Helen E. Klarsh, Assistaot Matron, . 252 00 

JohD H, Cocker, Engineer, . . 1,033 34 

James Poor, Farmer, . . . .' 600 00 

Charles B. Marsh, Oerk, . . . 600 00 

William F. Holt, Baker. . . 600 00 

Helen M. Marsh, Assistajil Physician, 799 96 

James C. Poor, Assistant Farmer, . 685 00 

David A. Gorham. Cook, . . . 420 00 

Mary E. Gorham, Hospital Cook, . 252 00 

Charles E. Frost, Assistant Farmer, . 360 00 

Francis H. Kittredge, Ass't Farmer, . SCO 00 

Thast«r Reed, Watchman, . . 360 00 

J. F. B. Bailey, Assistant Farmer, . 360 00 

Clarence B. Sanborn, Gatekeeper, 300 00 

Charlotte A. Thomas, Ass't Matron, . 252 00 

N. S. Foslor, Laundress, . . . 252 00 

Harriet H. Kimball, Assistant Matron, 252 00 

Martha B. Marsh, Assistant Matron, . 252 00 
Edward H. Dalton, Supervisor of the 

Insane 250 00 

Sarah W. Dalton, Supervisor of the 

Insane 136 

Sarah W. Dalton, Assistant Matron, . 71 
Lemuel French, Supervisor of the 

Insane, 198 M 

Marcia A. French, Supervisor of the 

Insane 119 90 

Charles E. Bradford, Supervisor of tlie 

Insane, 208 

Agnes N. Bradford, Supervisor of the 

Insane 125 

Wan-en Frost, Assistant Fanuor, . 225 90 

John Mai-tin, Nurse 160 79 

Eliza Martin, Nurse 135 10 

Mary A. Thompson, Supervisor of the 

Insane, Ill 06 

Ann M. Starrctt, Supervisor of the 

Insane, to July 3d, . . . .109 70 

Amount carried forward, . fl4,043 



BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 





ECSBURY ALMSHOUSE— Cort/in«ed. 


forward, . 


U,043 73 
146 61 






0. AsB't Nurse, 


49 04 






se. 


107 80 
114 48 






slant Farmer, 


85 83 






ssistaot Matron 


84 00 










f 14,631 49 




SFECTOKS. 


»160 00 

160 00 






to April 1st, 


40 00 






}m April Ist, 


120 00 










480 00 




'ELLANEOVS. 








7. • 


»100 00 
728 95 






pounds. 


5331 68 






els. . 


2,362 40 






Postage aad Sta- 

ns, . 


324 73 

48 00 
233 30 






aster. 


319 SO 






0. . . 


175 00 
2,756 54 








7,969 15 
105 U 






(services of). 


150 00 
1,520 32 






jarda, 

eare, . 


1,256 99 
186 50 

1,532 43 
162 80 






d^ : : 


695 48 

12W1 25 






, 47,60a pounds, 
ona, '. '. 


1,986 61 
656 85 

1,076 45 
729 60 
618 63 






ri : 


1,669 33 

1,435 64 

34 88 

3.339 70 

899 71 
1.283 00 

928 89 






forward, . 


153,043 15 


J 16,1 11 49 





AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



TEWKSBUKY AUASUOVSE— Concluded. 



Amounts brought forux 

Meats and Provisions, 
Medicines, . 
Molasses, 2,176 ^Hons, 
Oats, SOO bushels, . 
Oil, 4ia gallons. 
Faints, Oils and Colors, 
Pasturage, . 
Pepper, 200 pounds, . 
PeHse, U6iJ bushels, . 
Repairs, 

Rice, 7,122 pouaas, . 
Bye, 10 bushels, . 

silt, ... 

Seeds 

Shoe Stock and Tools, 

Shorte,35,Sftfttt«", . 

Shoes, 1,141 pairs, . 

Smithwork,. 

Soap, 14,774 pounds, . 

Starch, 560 pounds, . 

Stoves, 

Sugar, 15,301 pounds. 

Tea, 2,490 pounds, . 

Tinware, . 

Tobncco, 719 pounfls, . 

Tools (Agricultural),, 

Tools (Mechanical), . 

Trial Justice, Service of. 

Transportation ot Freight, 

Transpoitation of Passengt 

Vinegar, ... 

Wood, 130 cords, 

Woodenware, 


ird, 
rs. 




F53,043 15 

813 64 
727 93 

1,032 72 
299 00 
280 99 
455 6S 
170 00 
70 00 
267 61 

6,197 62 
606 63 

11 00 
188 00 
122 02 
211 04 
709 23 

1,497 46 
61 88 
745 14 
61 56 
308 23 
1,636 75 
1,176 68 
128 50 
380 38 
315 67 
37 37 
427 00 
742-00 
350 89 

12 38 
360 97 

87 60 


115,11149 
72,630 26 


f87,64 






Amount carried forwa 


rd. 






»87,64 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



139 



Statement XI 



CluurUable. 



Details 124. 



BETATLS No. 124. 
PRIMARY SCHOOL, MONSON. 

[Oen. Stat Chap. Tl; Acts 1866, Ohap. 209; 1872, Chap. 49; 1878, Chap. 82.] 



Amount brought forward, . 
Salaries op Superintendent and Of- 



ficers. 
Horace P. Wakefield, Superintend- 
ent and Physician, . . . . 
Charles F. Foster, Ass't Saper^ndent, 
John N. Lacej, Engineer, 
George W. Cobb, Baker, . 
George H. Fisherdick, Farmer, 
Gordon Chapman, Cook, . 
Uriah Manning, Supervisor and As- 
sistant, 

Al)€l Jackson, Supervisor, 

George JI. Stone, Labdl-er, 

S. Kates, Tailor, 

George W. Keyes, Teamster, . 

I. M. Sisk, Driver, 

James Skevington, Ass't Engineer, 

R. B. Grover, Assistant Principal, 

Edward Goodes, Shoemaker, . 

A. S. Barnard, Watchman, 

Patrick Murphy, Laborer, 

James Magnire, Laborer, . 

L. A. Fisherdick, Laborer, 

M. E. Daniels, Laborer, . 

E. G. Moore, Laborer, 

Geo. E. Davis, Carpenter, 

S. Leach, Carpenter, . 

H. H. Fisherdick, Assistant Farmer, 

Alanson Chaffee, Mason, . 

E. Gates, Painter, 

William P. Dntton, Baker, 

J. B. McConnell, Tailor, . 

James Lally, Nurse, . 



f2,100 

1,400 

1,131 

462 

543 

320 

353 

233 

341 

112 

860 

351 

310 

90 

450 

360 

420 

150 

182 

213 

255 

612 

51 

320 

440 

572 

67 

50 

25 



00 
00 
75 
50 
55 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
75 
52 
00 
62 
00 
50 
00 
00 



E. Porter, . 
Thomas Rice, . 
Lewis K. Gilbert, 



Inspectors. 



tl60 00 

13 34 

120 00 



Lacy E. R. Hill, 
Clara Gowing, , 
ilary E. Witt, . 



Teachers. 



t208 00 
250 00 
146 00 



Amcunis carried forward, . . f 604 00 



f 12,277 69 



293 34 



?87,641 75 



f 12,571 03 



f87,641 75 




I; 
I- 



I ■ J' 






i I 



i b 



li'i < 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



MONSOS PRIMARY SCHOOL— Continued. 



Amounts brought forward. 



Harriet £. Darte, 
Ada O. Copeland, 
Myra A. Smith, , 
IdaK. Willey, . 
Lina M. Goodell, 
Eugenia FultingtoD, 
AbbyJ Nasli, . 
Mary E. Wells, . 



Clemina Wakefield, Clerk, 
AnnaC.Gitllivan.Supei-visororGirle, 
Susan C. YerriDgton, Ass't Matron. 
Mary W. Richmond, LaundresB, 
Anna J- Patten, Seamstress, 
Charlotte A. St. John, Nurse, . 
Eliza Parsons, Cook, 
Otiier help, 



250 00 
70 00 
10 60 



600 00 
250 00 
300 00 
260 00 
219 00 
260 00 
21 00 
1,166 60 



MtSCELLAMEOCS EXPENDITURES. 

Flour, . . ... f 5,343 7 

Molasses, .... 
Groceries, . . , . 
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, &c., 
Di^ Goods ajjd Furniture, 
Leather, Shoes and Findings, 
Transportation, ... 
Blacksmithing and Carriage Work, 
Cutlery, Ci-ocfeery and other Ware, . 
Seed and Farming Implements, 
Medicines and Hospital Stores, 
Stationery, Books, Papers and Prints 



.ing. 



Lime, Cement and Plaster, 
Feed and Salt, . 
Kf eat and ProTJsions, 

Fish 

Taking Inventory, , 
Fuel, Lights and Oils, 
Incidental Labor, 
Ti'avelling Expenses, 
Coal, .... 
Plumbing and Material, 
Sti-aw, 
Hai-dware, . 
Lumber and Sawing, 
Postage and Telegrams, 
Clothing, . 
Board Expenses, 



Amounts carried forward, f2(j,383 80 1 17,238 53 



Lie DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Charlt^le. DETAILS 125 AND 126. 


N PRIMARY SCHOOL— Condwded. 


forward, |26,383 80 


117,238 53 


187,641 76 


. 44 63 








128 63 








77 40 








22 75 






loas, '. 


75 22 
150 00 
197 65 






en and boys, 


18 14 
568 90 
94 46 









27,761 47 


45,000 00 






BTAIZ.B No. ISS. 




M FOR THE BLIND. 




Ti.p. »i Ael-ms.Cb»p.S2.] 




^ 


30,000 00 






BTAILB No. laa. 




R THE DEAF AND DUMB. 




'taip.38; lB«.CbBp.M; AcU 1H>, Cliiip. »a ; 




18J», Ch.p. 81.] 




ti, Hartford Conn. 






i and Tuitaon 






or six months, 






1873, . 


16,662 60 






M for six mos. 








4, . . 


6,475 00 
562 26 








(13,599 76 




N FOR Dbap Mutes. 






land Tuition 






ir six months. 






1873, . . f 5,000 00 






8S for sixmos.. 






4, . . . 6,540 00 








10,540 00 




FOR Deaf Miites. 






d and Tuition 






or six months. 






3. . . . »2,472 07 






es for 6 mos.. 






. 2,688 29 








6,160 36 


29,300 11 






rward, . 




»191,941 86 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



Detaiu 127 AUD 1 



DIITAIZ.S No. 137. 
SCHOOL FOR IDIOTa 

[Bei.lMI, Chip. 2*1 ISW, Cfaap. B; AeU 1«R, Clup. SI,] 



Amount hroughl forward, 


»19],941 


Amount paid Treasurer, 


16^ 


DBTAH. Wo. 138. 




STATE PAUPERS NOT IN ALMSHOUSES. 




ia™.BUt.TO«id 18: ACW1M8. Ch.p.2»; l»M.Ch.p.M8.nd»M; 1B«S. 
Chip.ISS; IMT.Chap.BTi Ai!U1S«,C)iBp.U,«sa; tUa. 1ST8, Cbiip. IS 
uidSi; Acul8TS,Chip.A»iidS3*.] ' — • - r- 








Northampton. 






For support of Lnnatic PauperB. . 


f48,689 37 




Taunton Hospital. 






For support of Lunatic Paupers, 


18,650 31 










For support of Lunatic Paupers, 


10,371 76 




Support of State Paupers. 






City of Boston 1 1314 39 






Cambridge, . 






90 88 






Charlestown, 






115 50 






Chelsea, 






132 35 






Fall River, . 






780 82 






Fitchburg, . 






150 GO 






Gloucester, . 






319 52 






Haverhill. . 






133 44 






Holyoke, . 






lie 89 






Lawrence, . 






691 24 






Lowell. . 






184 94 






Lynn, . 
New Bedford, 






863 96 










393 22 






Salem, . 






78 00 






Somer^llle, . 






46 00 






Springfield, . 






189 66 






Taunton, 






79 72 






Worcester, . 






847 99 






Town of Acton, 






12 00 






Adams, . 






82 71 






Bedford, . 






3 00 






Blackstone, 






40 &2 






Braintree, . 






12 86 






Chelmsford, 






68 52 






Cheshire, . 






143 00 






Amounts carried forward. 


f 6,774 03 


f 77,711 43 


♦208,44 



[AC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



ATE PAUPERS— ConHnued. 



(6,774 03 (77,711 43 (308,441 66 



S5,000 00 
1,667 33 



AUDITOR'S KEPORT. 



Statkhent XI, 



STATE PAUPERS— Continued. 



Amounla brought forward. 


n04,37876 


1208,441 


SCTPORT OF IMDIAK PAUPEM. 






City of Worcester |5 00 






Town of Framingham, . . . 130 00 






ll35 00 






Estimated Balance, . . ' . 524 00 








659 00 




Support of Pauper Contictb. 






EBtimal«d, 


500 00 




Special Allowamces. 






City of Lawrence |214 26 






Town of Weat Boylston, . . .278 20 








492 46 




BuKiAi, OP State PAin>EBS. 






City of Boston t2,321 00 






Cambridge, 








125 00 






CharleBtown, 








100 00 






Chelsea, 








45 00 






Fall River, 








546 00 






Fitchburg, 








10 00 






Gloucester, 








95 00 






Haverhill, 








10 00 






Holyoke, 








26 00 






Lawrence, 








240 00 






Lowell, . 








270 00 






NewBedford 








95 00 












60 00 






Springfield, 
Taiinton. 








76 00 












45 00 






Worcester, 








175 00 






Town of Adams, 








32 00 






Arlington, 








10 00 






Attleboro', 








5 00 






Barnstable 








10 00 






Beoket, 








14 50 






Braintree, 








•10 00 






Chatham, 








10 00 






Clinton, 








10 00 






Colrain, 








10 00 






Danvers, 








10 00 






Douglas, 








10 00 






Grolon, 








600 






Hingham. 








10 00 






Holfiston, 








15 00 






Huntington, 






20 00 






Dracut, . 




10 00 






Amounts carried 


foru 


ard, 




»4,428 60 


fl06,030 22 


f208,44 



■BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



STATE FAVFEBS—Conlinued. 



il forward. 


(4,428 60 
10 00 


n06,030 22 


f 208,441 86 








10 00 












10 00 












10 00 






?c. 






20 00 






ukfiel 


, 




10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
30 00 






7t 






10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
7 00 






ston, 






6 00 

40 00 






n'gfield, 

a. 




20 00 
10 00 








f 1,730 ftO 








2,269 60 










7,000 00 




N OF State Vt 


CPERS. 






Tnins-Allanli 








■rovinces, . 


11,899 54 






nited States and 


4,632 86 






8. 






290 79 
99 35 






lage, 






787 22 






ma, 






SO 07 
612 60 
1,938 89 










9,691 22 










ACCOUKTS ANI 


ViBmuo 






X Poor, 








peruaiion. 








. .%-2M7 5C 








. 716 66 








. 660 OO 








edical 








. 548 00 








ts, . S24 45 












»4,596 61 










forward,. 


f 4^96 61 


♦122,721 44 


»208,441 86 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



[Jan 



STATE PAUPERS— Concluded. 



Amowtls brouffM forward . .fifi96 61 


» 122,721 44 


f 208,441 8 


Travelling Expenses. 






H. B. Wheelwright, . 


»3M 40 






F.H. Cowing, . 


129 84 






S. A. Wheeler, . 


142 39 






Henry Shaw. . 


100 09 






Temporary Assistanta, 


47 36 






Offii-e Expenses. 






Printing, Blank and Record 








Books, . 


f 86 97 






PosUge, Telegranas and 








Express, 


73 64 






Medicines and small office 








expenses, 


18 96 






Messengers, 


13 .SO 












5,.^7S 67 
















128,205 






DBTAzz.a No. lae. 




EXPENSES OF CONTAGIOUS DTSEASES. 




[a«d. Bui. Chip, aa, Swc IS; am* ism, Clmp. 1«; ISW, Cb»p. U; 18TI, 




Chap.l»i W7S.Ch»I-.10,B2MHl!34.] 




Cityof Boston. . 


. (832 95 


_ 




Cambridge, 








3ii 00 






Charlestown, 








411 99 






Chelsea, 








901 59 






Full River, 








50 00 






Gloucester, 








802 36 






Holyoke, 








8 00 






Lawrence, 








452 87 






Lowell, . 








45 71 






Salero. . 








177 87 






SpringAeld, 








50 00 






aaiinton. 








l,aj8 53 






Woreester, 








1,289 11 






Town of Amesbury, 








68 67 






Agawam, 








98 37 






Barre, 








100 53 






Becket, 








16 50 






Bellingham, 






80 80 






Bui-Iington, 






205 62 






Danvers, . 






6.1 00 






Hingham, . 






145 00 






Sutton, 






30 12 






Wakefield,. 






46 65 






Amounts carried 


forw 


ard. 




♦7,:;6l 04 




»336,736 



MAC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



3F CONTAGIOUS mSEkSES— Concluded. 



forward. 


♦7,251 Oi 




1336,736 87 




12 86 

20 00 


1130.756 25 




e, . 


f7.283 90 
23,3-2 35 










Accounts add Twitinq 

ICK. 






f 1,200 00 

193 00 

Aas't, 280 00 

348 45 


12,021 45 






tjf Sxpente*. 

. 1378 04 
21 00 

. 122 01 
^ . 43 43 


S64 48 






Exptftse*. 
scord 

. |G5 00 
Tel- 

. 85 60 

. 36 35 
imall 

. 20 07 


157 82 


2.743 76 


133,500 00 






BTAIL8 Ho. 


130. 




TLEMENT 


AND BASTARDY. 




i»n.Ch.p.Mi, 


a«*. <; IMi, Chip. SI.] 












280 00 
17 00 

36 20 
75 00 




ts 

Settlemoat of Faupera 








743 79 






rorward, . 


1470,980 06 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Ji 



Statement XI. 



CkartMtbl*. 



DETAII4 131 AND 1 



DBTAHiB No. 131. 

AGENT BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES. 

(AeU IMS, Ohap. IW ; ItM, Chip. St; IBTS, Cbap*. 10, 32 and 114-1 



Amount brought forward, . 



S. C. Wrightington, General Agent, 

Salary, .... 
Merritt Nash, Deputy, 
Charles M. Hiuison, AasistaDt, ' 

months 

Willkm J Stetson, Deputy, 
Heni7 H. Fairbanks, Assistant, 
Willard D. Tripp, Deputy, 
Patrick Glynn, Assistant, , 
P. T. Stevens, Deputy, 3 mo . 
ChaHes A. Oolcord, Boatman, . 
Fred. Moro, Boatman, 



COKTINaENT EXPEKSEa. 

Rent, Water and Taxes, . 
Cleaning Offlee and Repaiia, . 
Stationery and Record Bookn, . 
Postaj^e, Telegrams, Newspapers 

and sundiT small expenses, . 
Printing and Binding, 

Fuel 

Boat Expenses, . 
Gas Piping. &o.. 
Miscellaneous, . 



110 85 
105 60 
41 00 
91 41 



Tbatellikq Expenses. 

Merritt Nash, f 178 20 

H. H, Furbank 65 50 



DETAIIJ9 Ko. 133. 
SECRETARY BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES. 

[Act! 1B«3, Chop. MO; IMO.Chip.US; UiS, Chip*. 10 ud 33.] 

Edward L. Pierce, Secretary, Salary, 

H. C. Prentiss, . . " . . |1,700 00 

H. A. Purdie, 1,000 00 

S. E. Sanborn, 700 00 

Amounts carried forward, . (3,400 00 



3LIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details island 134. 



(OABD OF STATE CHARITIES— Conrfudcd. 



/orword. 


13,400 00 


13,000 00 


»482,970 76 




700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
248 33 


6,748 33 




ttrr Expenses 

nd Expresa, 

kinds, . 
tc., . 


f433 65 
129 99 

72 70 
69 90 
39 B7 
3 74 


739 85 


9,4S8 18 






BTA^LB No. 
ARD OF ST 

a. Chap. SM; IKIS, 


133. 

ATE CHAl 

Cii.p.ai.] 


UTIES. 




Hotel Expens 


JS, . 


»553 17 
16 89 
















BTAII.B No. 

BOARD OF 


134. 

STATE CI 


ARITIES. 




0. Ch.ip. »»; 18TI 

Ch»l».]i».ai.sTi. 


.f^\r- ' 


BI2. Ch«p. »i; 




t, SaUry, 


f 3,000 00 

7 70 




















Btant, Salary, 


tl^KK) 00 
418 62 


1,918 63 










ni, Salary, 


|l,fi50 00 
322 88 


1372 88 




raxAtrra. 


»1,.'500 00 
I,4O0 00 
1.400 00 






forward, . 


14,300 00 


f6,799 20 


(493,029 00 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Ja 



Statement XI. 



Details lAb akd 1: 



VISITING AGENT STATE CHARITIES— Oonc^wded. 



AnwuTUs brought forward, . (4,300 00 


(6,799 20 


(«3,029 


H. A. Smith, 1,163 33 






J. L. Thomas, 770 00 






M. B, Hobbs 670 00 






M. B. Oopeland. Visitor, . . . 885 00 
George E. Farley, . . . . 60 00 












7,748 33 




Contingent Expenses. 






Putting out, returning, and care of 
children ' »598 43 






Travel of Assistants, ... 349 79 






Travel of Visitor, . . . 463 38 






Postage, Telegrams and Express, . 295 82 






Blank and Record Books, . . UB 70 






Paper and Envelopes, ... 88 00 






Stationery of various kinds, . . 86 0.5 






Printing and Advertising, . . 75 82 






Newspapers, Directories, Dial, &0., 21 00 
Arrest of Runaway Children, . . 69 25 










Clothing, 34 26 






Medjoil Attendance and Board, . 48 75 






Misctillaneous 70 14 








2,319 39 


16,866 






QErrAlI.B No. 13B. 






CORONERS' ACCOUNTS. 






[Gen. Stat. Ch.p, 16J .ad IIB; AcIm 18T1, Cbap. Wl; 1BT^ Ch.p. M.] 




Barnstable County, 


(63 72 




Bristol County, 


246 99 




Essex County 


612 26 




Suffolk County 


148 43 


971 


DBTAILB No. 13a. 






PENSIONS. 






[Act. ISIS, Ch.p, St] 






James Daniels, Res. 1818, Chap. 200, 


(100 00 




Peter Jowder, Res. 182.^, Chap. 96, . 


50 00 




W. H. H. Joy, Res. 186.i, Chap. 13. . 
Lewis A, Horton, Res. 1869. Chap 83, . 


96 00 




60 00 




William F. Jonian, Rea, 1870, Chap. 64, . 






Henry F. Hale, Res. 1673, Chap. 63, 


130 00 


696 








(511,463 







PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 137 to i: 



PETAILH No. 137. 
ANNUITY OF JANE PARKS. 

ISTO, Cbip. 43; int, Chap. 3S; Acta ISTS, Cbup. 31.] 



ou^Af forward, 

ane Parks, 


1611,463 31 
300 00 


DBTAHjS No. 138. 
[HTY OF TIMOTHY MITRPIIY. 

r*. WTS, Ch.p. 18 ; AfU 1873. Ch«p. M.J 




"imothy Murphy, 


200 00 


DBTAIZ.8 No. 139. 

j:tts charitable eye and ear 
infirmary. 

H. ItW. Ch.p. »; AttM 187S, Ch.p. 8M.] 






10,000 00 






rsements for Public Charities, . 


1521,963 31 



ADDITOK'S KEPORT. 



[Ju. 



Statement XI. 



DOTAIL3 140 AKS 141 



MILITARY. 



DBTAILB No. 140. 
ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S BUREAU. 

[AdIiISM, Clup. lU; IWT, Cbap. l«Ti ISTI.Chip.Sea; in), Cbap*. M, 
813,«lMdS78.] 




Adjutakt-G 
James A. Cunuingham, S 

C1.ERI 
I. F. Kingsbury, 

Extra Cl 
W.E. WilBon, . 
W.A. Kezar, . 
Frank Thomns, . 
William H. Flowers, Jr., 
C. Bradford Holmes, 
Edward F. Phinney, . 
P. C. Conway, . 


SRKE 


AJ.. 

.♦1,600 00 
. 1,600 00 

. uoooo 

. 729 44 
. 326 00 
. 160 00 
. 1,080 00 


»3/)00 00 
2.000 00 

6,684 U 

4,085 03 




IMCIDENTAIA 

Postage, .... 
TelegiumB and Express, . 
PriDting and Binding, including 

Paper and EDrelopea, 
Pens, Pencils, Erasers, &e.. 
Blank and liecord Books, 
Note Headings, 
Rolls for Diplomas, . 
Atlas, Directory, &o.. 


. 1381 17 
. 196 78 
Doc- 

. 2,243 26 

. 306 86 
. Iflo 45 
. 259 30 
. 267 20 
. 116 00 
27 00 






67 72 




Rubber Bands, &c, . 


7 76 








«ie,669 






BirrAJI.8 
QUARTER-MASTER'S AN 

[Ana IBM, Clmpa. ISS and IM 


No. 141. 
D ORDNANCE 

ins, ChspL 10, U a 


BUREAU. 

Dd iia.] 




Empkitees. 
James H. Gates, 
Edward F. Phinney, . 
Albert Lane, . 


. (8.M) 00 
. 712 60 
. 420 00 






AmounU carried fon 


oard 


.#1,982 50 




116,669 



BLIC DOCn\rElJT— No. 6. 



CER'S AND ORDNANCE 


BUREAU- 


Concluded. 


IfortDard, 


-11.982 60 

. 737 60 
. 19f) 00 
. 287 60 

. 227 60 


J3,430 00 


f 15,669 47 


ENT Expenses. 






■om ArseDsl, . fSW 76 






on Offloial 


duty, 368 00 






«,&c., 


. 426 24 








. 446 00 






\j,'gs,'&o.. 


. S22 60 






llBta, Pins 


But 

. 1,069 flO 
. 227 60 
. 200 00 
. 368 80 
. 163 00 






GunStoo 


k, . 214 23 






Ac... 


. 128 00 
. 36 00 






ales, ; 


. 66 00 






ad8,. 


38 76 

6000 

. 70 86 

50 00 






bbg,: 


. 189 68 
69 41 






«pe, ■. 


. 31 24 

3 60 

126 13 










5,160 24 


8,690 24 






DHTATLB 


No. 143. 






:r-mast 


ER'S SUPPLIE 






im,ch.i* 


so, S13 ud BT8.] 






anddColU 


rs, .f1.085 26 






ter8,SliDgi 

fl, .. 


,£c., 1,319 50 
. 1,606 92 






Cartridges 


and 

. 1,431 25 






a same. 


. 4,274 00 






Cloths, 


. 1,520 00 
. 1.9,71 00 






forward. 


f 13,209 92 




124,259 71 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement X[. 



QUARTER-MASTER'S SVPVLlE&—Co»clt<drd. 


Amounts brought forward. 

Wool skins, Ac, 

Gaidons, . 

Amij- PisUils, .... 

Flags 


113,209 92 

422 50 
305 «> 
V^OOOO 
aw 00 
*19 75 
293 00 
31.5 00 
741 00 
567 00 
158 50 
181 50 
91 00 
81 00 
60 00 

24 00 

25 00 
19 00 
10 00 

4 00 
374 49 


f 19.091 66 

14,844 50 
600 00 


124,259 


Drums and Dnim Heads, 
Lanjarda and Leg Gu.irda 

whrp8,&c.. . . 

Powder and Friction Prim 
Belts and Cap Pouches, 
Muskets and Bayonets, 
Miittressos, Bedsteads an( 
Garden Tools and I.awn S 
Repairing Harnes»e!i, 
Water-pails and Bm^kets, 
Hardware. 
Bu-'Ies, 


68, . 

Chairs, 
lower. 




Camphor Gum, . 
Camp Tables, . 
Dry Goods iind Twine, 


MrLITIA 
«p. 878.] 




Umifobms fod 

tAcU 1813,01 

Coats, 

Pants and Vests, 

Blouses, . 

Hats, Caps and Plumes, 


18,320 00 

4,(180 50 

l,6.i7 50 

38150 

350 00 
50 00 
2 00 




Repairs on Uniforms, 
Case and Cooperage, 






Fifth Battekt. 

[RcL 1873, Cbap. 83; Aota 1873, Chip 


878.] 

1175 00 

25 00 




Freight on Guns, 
















DBTATTJ Wo. 

SURGEON-GENERAL' 

[ActaieM.Clrtp«.'»8Bnda9e; 1873, C 


149. 

3 BUREAl 

.p., 10, 80, 11 


■Dd 313.] 




Surgeom-Gekerai.. 
W. J. Dale, Salary, . . . 




f 2,500 00 




Amouttls carried forvj 


ard.. 


|2,50U 00 


»J8,ti95 



BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



DETAIU m AND 145. 



►N-GENERAL'S BUREAU— Ctwrfudfd. 



forward 


12,500 00 


168,695 87 


«D Messenger. 

.|2.noo 00 

. 1,^00 00 
ir, . . 1,200 00 


4.700 00 




:nt Espekses. 

c, , 
eipts. . 

ne, . 

'icture Frame, 

um.. 
Instruments, 

Dale, . 


(167 62 
95 .M 
■ 18 28 
■ 18 40 
73 94 
28 85 
12 90 
12 52 

15 1.0 
20 00 

1,000 00 

16 76 


1,479 98 


8,670 98 






)ETAII.S No. 144. 






rCAL SUPPLIES. 






l.l87S.Ch.pi.M.ndSW.] 








302 66 


DBTATLS Wo. 14B. 






ARY ACCOUNT 


. 




n3,a»i».i«,iisuidaH.i 






niug, .... 


f 1300 00 

762 00 
553 73 
760 40 
137 80 
9 00 
40 00 

177 65 
To 00 

100 00 

178 CO 




on official duty, . 












winjr plan of Arsenal, . 
loard of Inquiry, . 
ere, 




ravel 




d forward, 




f4,094 IS 


J67,678 51 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statehknt XL 



MILITARY ACCOUNTS— Ojncluded. 



Amounts brought fonoard, • 

Frederick Mason, on Board of Ex- 
aminers, Services, ... . |192 00 

Mileage 118 80^ 

A. Hun Berry, Recorder Board of 

Examiners, Serricea, . . |I92 00 

Mileage 4& 30, 

Col. Georgo 11. Johnston, Expenses Court oi 

Inquiry (Res. 1H73, Chap. 15), . 
Adjutants' Salaries, . . . _ . 
A^utants' Postage Accounts, . 
Aasislant Adjutant-Generals' Salaries, 
Assistant Adjutant-Generals' E:cpensea, . 
Third Brigade Inspector-General, servii 

milea^, 

Use of horses for Officers at Muster, 
S. F. Twichell, Services at Camp Ground, 
Storage of Quartermaster's Stores, , 
Officers attending Election, 
Sundry Persons InspeL-ting Uniforms, 
Expenses of Arsenal men at Framinghana, 
Use of teams at Framingham, . 
Miscellaneous, 






DBTAILa No. 14Q. 

MILITIA BOUNTY. 

[A«U ISTS, ChapL SO ud B13.] 



Fimt Regiment of Infantry. 
Albert W. Uersoj, Paymaster — 

Company A J640 10 

B, 709 30 

C 386 40 

D 606 60 

E, 709 30 

F 512 10 

Or, 611 90 

II, 463 00 

1 639 67 

K 668 30 

Band 460 80 



Amounti carried forward,. 




BMC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



JILITU BOUNTY— COTiKwued. 



«p Duty — Continued. 



f721 45 
671 5» 
7H 26 
667 m 
b'27 38 
4!>2 30 
493 68 
CI6 30 
640 20 
818 10 
621 20 
481 86 



neni nf Infrmtry. 
, Paymftsier— 



f 333 00 

602 60 
630 00 
647 50 
462 00 
470 00 
760 00 
615 00 
640 (0 
601 50 
360 00 



♦482 50 

577 50 
642 60 
767 60 
670 00 
6-27 60 
616 00 
627 60 
611 60 
COO 00 
450 00 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI, 





MILITIA 


BOUNTY— Condnwerf. 




Camp DvTT—Continved. 




Amounts brought forward,. 


126,258 68 


♦76,133 


Eighth Regiment of Infantry. 






William H. Tyler, PijmMter— 






Comp^ujA 1717 60 






B, 










617 60 






c, 










680 00 






D, 
K, 










6^2 60 
664 60 






F, 










617 50 






G, 










747 60 






I, 










6:.'5 00 
647 60 






K, 










605 00 






Band, 










450 00 








6,764 60 




Ninth Rtgiment of Infantry. 






Hugh A. Madden, Paymaster- 






Company A f502 50 






B 3(i2 50 






C 65a 00 






D 3Q0 00 






E 3;(6 00 






F 300 00 






G 6-27 60 






II 610 00 






1 500 ivi 






K 624 00 






Band, 450 00 








6.016 50 




nnth B'-giment of Infantry. 






George E. U^itIs, Paymaster- 






Company A t492 50 






B, 










700 00 






c. 










407 50 






1>, 










627 60 






K. 










702 60 






F, 










616 00 






G, 










-WO (H) 






II. 
I, 










671 70 

627 60 






K, 










615 00 






Band, 










46U 00 









6.259 20 




Amoitnls c-i 


ned 


fOT^ 


ard. 






143.298 88 


f75,133 



Lie DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



tl.ITIA JiOUWTY— Continued. 



Dirr:f— Continued. 



(6*7 50 

615 00 
460 00 



ion of Cavalry. 
ymnstet — 

. f 2,775 00 

. 2,^182 60 
. 2,860 00 
. 1,845 00 
. 880 00 



'ached Cavalry. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Stateuent XI, 



MmiTIA BOUNTY— Can/inaai. 











168,870 38 


175,133 


Second BaUalion of Light ArlUlery. 






J. Spencer I>rayton, Faymubter — 








Company C, 


M,565 00 






D, 


1,667 60 






Band 


900 00 








4.122 50 




Firtt Company of Cadeta. 








Jere. Abbott, Paymaster— 








SX°'': : : : : : 


♦812 50 






450 00 










1,262 50 




Second Company of GadeU 








Samuel Walton, Paymastflr— 








Oo„_j..y. ; ■ . . ■ 


1871 00 






4d0 00 











1.321 00 




Fkld and Staff Officers. 








Division Offiiiera, ... 


♦2.11 00 






1st Brigade Officers 


440 00 






2d Brigade Officers 


330 00 






3d Brigade Officers 


65 00 






Ist Battalion of Infantry, Officers, . 


269 20 






2d Battalion of Infantry. Officers, . 


340 40 






Ist Battalion of Light Art'y, Officers, 


636 00 






2d Battalion of Liglit Art'y, Officers, 
1st Battalioaof Cavalry, Officers. . 


625 00 






460 00 






1st Regiment of Infantry, Officers, . 


433 80 






3d Regiment of Infantry, Officers, . 


610 24 






6th Regiment of Infantry, Officers, . 


411 60 






6th Regiment of Infantry, Officers, . 


566 80 






8th Regiment of Infantry, Officers, . 


510 80 






9th Regiment of Infantry, Officers,. 


531 60 






10th Regiment of Infantry, Officers, 


634 50 


6,664 94 












182,241 32 










Chase Philbrick, fith Regt.. . 


|162 00 






H. M. Phillips, .'.th Battery Lt Art'y, 
Jere. Abbott, Ist Co., Cadets, . 


18 00 






36 00 






Jacob Pfaff, 1st Artilleiy,. 


60 00 






Samuel Dalton, 2d Co , Cadets, 


108 00 






George W. Lomher.Sd Batt Infantrr, 


72 00 






George D. Putnam, fith Regt. InPy, 


126 00 






Williiim G. Bennett. 3d Regt. Infy, . 


150 00 






Joseph A, Ingalls, Co. F, Unatt. Cav.. 


30 00 






Eben Sutton 


24 00 






AmouTiti carried forward. 


1786 00 


»82,241 32 


176,133 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



161 



Statement XI. 



M11lt«i7- 



Details 146. 



MILITIA BOITSTY—Continued. 



Camp Duty — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Albert W. Herse j, 1 st Reo^. Infantry, 
Hugh A. Madden, 9 thRegt. Infantry, 
Byron Porter, 2d Regt. Infantiy, 
Fred. I. Clayton, 1st Batt. Cavalry, . 
William N. Tyler, 8th Regt. Infantry, 
George E. DaVis, 10th Regt. Infantry, 
J. Spencer Drayton, 2d Batt.Lt. Art'y, 



f 786 00 



186 00 


90 00 


84 00 


66 00 


168 00 


66 00 


12 00 



f82,241 32 



1,458 00 



. May Inspection. 



Abington, 
Acton, 
Amherst, . 
Ashbumham, 
Beverly, . 
Boston, . 
Cambridge, 
Carver, . 
Charlestown, 
Chelmsford, 
Chelsea, . 
Concord, . 
Deerfield, 
Dunstable, 
Fall River, 
Fitchburg, 
Gloucester, 
Grafton, . 
Greenfield, 
Groton, . 
Halifax, . 
Haverhill, 
Holvoke, . 
Hudson, . 
Lawrence, 
Leominster, 



f 136 00 

51 50 

115 00 

107 50 

71 00 

5,137 00 

81 50 

49 00 

887 50 

533 00 

109 50 

71 00 

121 50 

180 00 

227 00 

209 00 

95 50 

83 50 

•40 50 

65 50 

77 50 

47 00 

63 50 

83 50 

564 00 

99 50 



Lowell, . 
Lynn, 

Marblehead, 
Maiden, . 
Medford, . 
Milford, . 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 
Newton, . 
N. Bridge water 
Northampton, 
Plymouth, 
Salem, ■ . 
Shelburne, 
Somerville, 
Springfield, 
Sterling, . 
Taunton, . 
Wakefield, 
Westfield, 
Westminster, 
We.st Roxbury, 
Woburn, . 
Worcester. 



Officers of the 3d, 6th, ^h and 10th Regiments, 
of 2d Battalion InMtry, 1st Battalion Light 
Artillery and 1st Battalion Cavalry, . 



Amount carried forward. 



f 335 00 

318 50 

129 50 

417 50 

128 00 

101 00 

149 00 

238 50 

59 50 

89 50 

85 00 

69 50 

431 00 

89 00 

61 50 

152 50 

83 50 

169 00 

97 50 

101 50 

99 50 

71 00 

83 CO 

523 00 



f 13,389 50 



343 00 



f 13,732 50 



f 75,1 33 98 



(75,133 98 




I. 



1 J 



21 




AUDITOE'S EEPOET. 



Statement XI. iuiii»rr. 


Details 147 to i 




Elementary Drills. 










#75,133 


Ist Company of 
2d Regiment of 
6th Regiment of 
8tli Regiment of 

10th Regiment 
1st Battolioa of 

Militia Ik 
Camp Service, 
Mustering Office 
May Inspection, 
Elementary Dri 


Cadets, Officers and Men, . 

nfantry, Oftieers and Men, . 

[nfantry. Officers and Men, . 
Infantry, Officers and Men, . 

Infantry, Officers and Men, . 

nfantry. Officers and Men, . 

UNTT— Recapitulation. 

rs and Payma.<!tcrB, 


»70 00 
156 00 
568 00 
690 00 
280 00 
168 00 

#1,832 00 

182,241 32 

1.458 00 
13,732 60 
1,832 00 




99,263 






DETAILS No. 147. 

TRANSPORTATION OF TROOPS. 

[AcU 18T3. ChspL 313 ud 3IS.] 




Amount paid sundry Organizations, 


8,765 


DETAILS No. 148. 

JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL. 

[Acu ms, Ch.pi. SIS ma BT9.] 




W. W. Blackmar, Salary, from June 6th 


1,138 


DBTAILS No. 149. 

ARMORY BENTS. 

[Art. 1873, Cb»p^ SO. 313 ud 378.] 




Abington, 
Acton, . 
Amherst, . 
AshburnhaiD, . 
Boston. . 
Cambridge, . 
Carver, . 
Charlestowii, . 


1350 00 
76 00 
150 00 
150 00 
12,355 00 
166 07 
50 00 
2,260 00 


Chelsea, . 

Concord, . 
Deerfleld,. 
Fall River, . 
Fitehburg, . 
Gloucester, 
Grafton, . 


#300 00 
150 00 
200 00 
100 00 
600 00 
400 00 
300 00 
173 00 






#184,30 











'UBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 150. 



ARMORY KESTB— Concluded. 









f 184,302 07 


f 175 00 


N. Bridgewater 


?300 00 


25 00 




150 00 




400 00 








50 00 


Pljnaouth, 


200 00 




250 00 




100 00 




200 00 


Salem, . . 


1,100 00 




1,100 00 


Somerville, 


250 00 




300 00 


Shelburne, 


150 00 




1,200 00 


Springfield, . 


800 00 




1,200 00 




25 00 




300 00 


Taunton, , 






400 00 


Wakefield, . 


281 25 




300 00 


Wnstmtnster, . 


125 00 




250 00 


West Roxbury, 


200 00 




760 00 


Woburn. . 


200 00 




450 00 


Worcester, 


601 00 




460 00 


Westfield. 


260 00 


31,303 92 




DETAILS No. ISO. 






flLITARY TACTICS, &c. 






[A=U I8I3. Ch.p.. W ud SIS.] 






r Military na 
ty ExpenaeB 


^ 












1215,790 99 







AUDITOK'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE WAR OF TH 
REBELLION. 





DETAII^ No. ISl. 






AID TO 


FAMILIES OF VOLUNTEERS. 




[Ada 1B70, Ch.p. 339; Igi2, Chap. 3W; IBJB, Ch.p 


60.] 




Babnstable Countt, 




Barnstable, . 


♦1,168 00 


OrleanB, . 


tI79 33 




Brewster, . 


240 00 


Provincetown, . 


700 00 




Chatham, . 


S-28 00 


Sandwich, 


1,244 00 




Dennis, . 


6.56 00 


Truro, 


336 00 




Eastham, . 


48 00 


Wellfleet, 


168 00 




Falraoulh, 


394 00 


Yanuoulh, 


342 00 


(6,903 


Harwich, . 


1,100 00 












Bebeshire Codntt. 




Adams, . 


f 2,400 00 


Montci-ev, 


f96 00 




Beckot, . 


174 00 


New Marlboro', 


535 00 




Cheshire, . 


168 00 


Otis, 


171 87 




Clarksburg, . 


138 00 


Pittsfield, . 


5,600 00 




Dftlton, . 


SoO 00 


Hichmond, . 


48 00 




Egremont, 


146 00 


Savoy, 
SheMeld, . . 


344 00 




Floriiia, . 


200 00 


800 00 




Gt. Barringfon, 


1,101) 00 


Stoekbridge, . 


800 00 




Hancock, . 


291 00 


Tjringham, . 


12 00 




Hinsdale, . 


80 00 


W Sloekbridge, 


377 07 




Lanesbo rough, 


192 00 


Williamstown,. 


800 00 




Lee, . r . 


1,600 00 


Windsor, . 


119 25 


16,642 


Lenox, . 


100 00 












Bristol Cotintt. 




Aeushnet, 


1284 80 


New Bedford, . 


15,800 00 




Attleboroue-h, . 


1,800 00 


Norton, . 


508 00 




Berkley, . 


126 00 


Raynbam, 

Rehoboth, 


700 00 




Dartmouth, . 


300 00 


2.W 00 




Dighton, . 


568 00 


Seekonk, . 


152 00 




Eflston, . 


1,200 00 


Somerset, 


45 39 




Fairhaven, . 


800 00 


Swanzey, . 


120 00 




Fall RiTer, . 


9.000 00 


Taunton, . 


6,822 61 




Freetown, 


1,100 00 


Westport, 


600 00 




Mansfield, 


763 00 






30.919 




Carried for% . 


954,466 













IBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



AMILIES OF VOLUNTEERS— CoBii'iwcd. 



Dukes County. 










(54,465 22 


t2 27 


Tisbnry, . 


?312 00 


9U0 00 






1,214 27 




Essex Countt. 




,920 00 


Marblehead, . 


f ,i,.S.'iO 00 




,600 00 


Methuen, . 


1,26:! 00 




;,000 00 


Middleton, . 


284 00 




364 00 


Nahant, . 


108 00 




700 00 


Newbury, 


480 00 






Newburjport, . 

North Andover, 


6,707 10 




600 00 


650 00 




i,ou 00 


Peabody, . . 


3,500 00 




i,496 87 


Rockport, 


1,48G 00 




600 00 


Rowley, , 


399 60 




240 00 


Salem, . 


14,500 00 




,300 00 


Salisbury, 


900 00 




2,700 00 




1,321 00 




,280 50 


Swampscott, , 


600 00 




,800 00 


TopsfielJ, 


804 00 




aso 00 


Wenham, 


528 00 




,383 00 


W. Newbury, . 


672 00 


96,349 97 






'ranklin County. 




f 294 00 


Leyden, . . 


(48 00 








48 00 




48 00 




550 00 




48 00 


New Sakm, . 


660 00 




254 67 


Northfield, . 


250 00 




96 00 


Orange, . 


250 00 




,613 73 


Rowe, 


168 00 




96 00 


Shut«sburv, . 






144 00 


Sunderland, . 


102 00 




,100 00 


Warwkk,. 


447 00 




264 00 


Wendell, . 


168 00 




250 00 


Whaiely, . . 


152 00 




450 00 






8,168 73 








(160,188 19 









AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



W>r mxptmi 



AID TO FAMILIES 




Hampden County. 




Brought for'd, . 








1160,188 


Agawam, 


(526 OO 


JTontgomery, . 


♦160 00 


Bfandt'ord. . 


96 00 


Palmer, . 


1,100 00 




Brimfield, 


276 00 


Russell, . 


90 00 




Chester, . 


207 47 


Springfield, 


3,317 13 




Cliicopee, 


2.240 60 


Wales. . 


174 00 




GranTille, 


616 00 


Westtield, 


1,727 25 




Holyoke, . 


1,400 00 


W. Springfield, 


400 00 




Ludlow, . 


636 00 


Wilbraham, . 


300 00 




Monaon, . 


900 00 






14,056 






Haupshir 


E COUMTT. 






Amherst, . 


#526 00 


Huntington, . 
Middlefield, . 


|400 00 




Bekhertown, . 


400 00 


168 00 




Cliestertield, . 


138 00 


Northampton, . 
Plainfield, 


2,800 00 




Cummington, . 


48 00 


m 00 




Easthampton, . 


800 00 


Prescott, . 


76 00 




Enfield, . 


34 93 


South Hadley, . 


148 00 




Granby, . 


96 00 


Southampton, . 


384 00 




Greenwich, . 


800 00 


Ware. . 


l,4;t2 14 




Hadlcy, . 
Hatfield, . 


600 00 


Williamsburg,. 


850 00 




400 00 


Woithington. . 


125 00 


9,770 






Middlesex County. 




Aeton, . 


»288 00 


Franiingham, . 


f 1,100 00 




Arlington, 


482 27 


Groton, . 


308 00 




Ashljy. . . 


600 00 


Holliston, 


1,000 00 




Ashland, . . 


659 07 


HopkintoD, . 


1.400 00 




Ayer, 


a^o 00 


Hndson, . 


400 00 




Bedforf. . 


267 00 


Lexington, 


516 00 




Billerica, . 


■ 600 00 


Lincoln, . 


144 00 




Box bo rough, . 


54 00 


Littleton, . 


216 00 




Brighton,!' . 
Buriington, . 
Cambridge, . 


700 00 


L<.well, . 


18.000 00 




216 00 


Maiden, . 


1,418 60 




20,000 00 


Marlborough, . 


2.512 13 




Carlisle, . 


400 00 


Maynard,. 


714 00 




Charlestown, . 


13,702 84 


Medford, . 


1,400 00 




Chelmsford, . 


696 17 


Melrose, . 


800 00 




Concoi-d, . 


480 00 


Natiek, . 


2,8.W 00 




Dracut, . 


132 00 


Newton. . 


1,000 00 




Everett, . 


400 00 


North Reading, 


812 00 




CaTricdfor% . 


(184,014 











1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



167 



Statement XI. 



War £xpens«a. 



Details 161. 



AID TO FAMILIES OF VOLUNTEERS— Con^im^rf. 



Middlesex CouNTr — Concluded. 




Brought for'd^ . 


. ■ 


.... 


. . 


f 181,014 71 


Pepperell, 


1450 00 


Wakefield, 


fl,700 00 




Reading, . 


1,450 00 


Waltham, 


2,400 00 




Sherbom, 


300 00 


Watertown, 


800 00 




Shirley, . 


550 00 


Wayland, 


500 00 




Somerville, 


3,600 00 


Wftstford, 


600 00 




Stoneham, 


1,700 00 


Weston, . 


96 00 




Sndburv, . 


244 00 


Wilmington, . 


404 07 




Tewksbury, 


320 00 


Winchester, 


555 00 




Townsend, 


552 00 


Woburn, . 


8,586 16 




Tvngsborough, 


27 87 






94,862 68 




Nantucket County. 




Nantucket, 


3,665 87 


Norfolk County. 




Bellingham, . 


1338 00 


Milton, . 


1300 00 




Braintree, 


1,200 00 


Needham, 


950 00 




Brookline, 


700 00 


Norfolk, . 


176 00 




Canton, . 


1,160 50 


Norwood, 


64 00 




Cohasset, . 


606 00 


Quincy, . 


3,000 00 




Dedham, . 


600 00 


Randolph, 


3,472 98 


t 


Dover, 


312 00 


Sharon, . 


750 00 




Fnxborough, . 


1,100 00 


Stoughton, 


2,208 80 




Franklin, . 


1,008 00 


Walpole, . 


265 40 




Hyde Park, . 


900 00 


West Roxbury, 


1,300 00 




Ilolbrook, 


600 00 


Weymouth, 


6,500 00 




Medway, . 


1,447 97 


Wrentham, 


425 00 




Medfield, . 


240 00 






28,624 65 




Plymouth County. 




Abington, 


f 4,450 00 


Hingham, 


f 1,832 46 




Brid<;ewat€r, . 


1,051 00 


Kingston, 


610 00 




Carver, . 


700 00 


Lakeville, 


400 00 


• 


l>ux!)ury, . 


1,924 50 


Marion, . 


328 00 




K. Bridgewater, 


1,332 00 


Marshfield, 


750 00 




H.ilifax, . 


387 33 


J^fattapoisett, . 


724 00 




Hanover, . 


1,600 00 


Middleborough, 


l,.')!).') 73 




Hanson, . 


1,000 00 


N. Bridgewater, 
... 


3,200 00 




Carried fofd, . 


f 31 1,067 91 




\ 



{. 




! i/ 






I I ■ r 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



AID TO FAMILIES OF VOWSTEERS— Continued. 



Plymouth Covktt— Concluded. 




Brought for'd, . 








»311,067 


Pembroke, 


««0 00 


Scitiiat«, . 


f 900 00 




Plvmouth, 


3.^*89 00 


South Scitiiate,. 


1,033 00 




Plympton, 


srS 00 


VVarcham, 


1.862 86 




Rochester, 


686 00 


W.Bridgowater 


600 00 


32,244 






Suffolk Countt. 




Boston, . 


•81,600 00 


Revere, . 


»192 00 




Chelsea, . 


6,400 00 






88,192 




Worcester County. 






fl,3l7 00 


Northborough,. 


t900 00 




Athol, . 


744 33 


North bridge, . 
N. Brookffeld, . 


900 00 




Auburn, . 


200 00 


914 00 




Barre, . 


850 00 


Oakham, . 


200 00 




Berlin, . 


468 00 


Oxford, . 


1,200 00 




Blackstone, . 


937 00 


PaitoD, . 


100 00 




BoltOD, . 


400 00 


Petersham, . 


533 07 




Boviston, . 


40 00 


Philiiijslon, . 


60 00 




Brookfield, . 


1,200 00 


Princeton, 


292 80 




Charlton, . 


1,100 00 


Royalslon, 


200 00 




Cliuton. . 


2,500 00 


Rutland, . 


222 65 




Dana, 


516 00 


Shrewsbury, . 


690 00 




Douglas, . . 


350 00 


South borough, . 


668 00 




Dudley. . 


450 00 


Southbridge, . 


525 00 




Fitchburg, . 


4.300 00 


Spencer, ? . 


1,200 00 




Gardner, , 


1,040 80 


Sterling. . 
SturbrMge, . 


606 00 




Gmftoii, 


1,100 00 


3U 50 




Hardwick, . 


294 00 


Sntton, . 


450 00 




Harvard. . 


200 00 


Templeton, 


537 00 




Hoiden, . 


600 00 


Upton. . 


868 90 




Hubbardston, . 


627 00 


Oxbridge, . 


850 00 




Lancaster, . 


800 00 


Warren, . 


74 00 




Leicester, 


650 00 


Webster, . 


900 00 




Leominster, . 


1,450 00 


Weatborough, . 


624 00 




Lunenburg, 


800 00 


WestBojlston,. 
W. Bropkfield, . 


900 00 




Mendon. . 


800 00 


800 00 




Milford, . 


4.000 00 


Westminster, . 


900 00 




Millbury, . 


1,300 00 


WInehendon, . 


1,220 20 




New Braintree, 


154 00 


Worcester, 


11,000 00 


68,22 






Carried for^d, . 


»489,7S 











BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 



Details 152 aud 1.^3- 



AMILIES OF VOLUNTEERS— Concluded 



vara 

noK Of Counties. 

e, 


t6,903 88 
16,642 19 


1489,730 04 










96,349 97 
8,lo8 73 




■e, 


14,0.i6 45 
9,770 07 

94,862 68 
3,565 87 






28.624 65 
















f parties per Special Re- 


»489,73004 

679 00 

(490,309 04 


679 00 
f 490,309 04 


DETATLS No. 102. 

lASSACIIUSETTS VOLUNTEERS. 




Woods, U. S. Navy 


100 00 


DETAILS No. 153. 

NT BUREAU FOR SOLDIERS. 






8,000 00 




(493,109 04 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



REFORMATORY AND CORRECTIONAL. 



vetahiS No. ih. 
STATE POLICE. 

[Acts im. Chip. a»; 1BI3, Chip. IK; ISTB, CbipL ] 



COUIOBEIONEBG. 

James L. Bates — 
Compensation |655 00 

Travelling ExpenseB, . . . 24 00 

Jolm W. Kimball— 

Compensation, 1665 00 

Travelling Expenses, . . .332 01 



997 01 
660 00 



CONSTABLES. 


c™.—. 


TnTgUlnc Ex- 


Touli. 


George W. Boynton, Chief, . 


(3.000 00 


«98 25 


f3,098 








247 42 


1,447 


Eifhrird F. Andrews, 






703 22 






William H. H. Allen, 






432 25 


6 60 


43S 


Thomas F. Baglcy, 






1,200 00 


256 61 










1,200 00 


464 0-2 


1,664 


Melvin Beal, . 






1,200 00 


194 30 


1,394 


Josiah A. Bean, . 






1.200 00 


200 82 


1,400 


Hariey H. Billings, 






600 00 


143 66 


743 








616 66 






Abijah Brown, . 






1,200 00 


371 30 




John F. Browne, . 






1,200 00 


110 65 




Benjamin F. Baker, 






1,200 00 


252 20 










1,200 00 


216 65 


1,416 


Aaron Barton, 






1,200 00 


94 76 


1,294 


(Jeorge A. Bates, . 






1,200 00 


93 30 


1,293 


Geor'^eN Bi-amhall, 






1,200 00 


211 00 


1,411 


FraTiE J. Borlen, . 






1,200 00 






Charles Booth, . 






461 29 






.Tames B. CoUinewood, 
Stephen C. Coiich, 






],'>U0 00 


39 1 40 








700 00 


Hi 89 


844 


Roliert Crossman, 2d, 






1,200 00 


16.^ 46 


],a6j 


Killjiirn R. Clifford, . 




. 1,200 00 


357 40 


1,567 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



171 



• Statement XI. 



Refltonnatorj', Ae* 



Details 164. 



STATE FOLlCE-'Continued. 



QONSTABLES. 



Patrick H. Casey, . 
Charles A. Cannon, 
Harrison H. Comings, 
Reuben >f . Colby, . 
A. J. Colgan, 
Harrison G. Cole, . 
Daniel A. Cronin, . 
Sidney M. Copeland, 
Charles W. Davis, 
David Dean, . 
James M. Drennan, 
Jason L. Dexter, . 
John A. Daly, 
Charles A. Davis, . 
Charles P. Dodge, . 
George Dunham, . 
Benjamin P. Eldridge, 
Raymond Ellington, 
Samuel J. Fletcher, 
Xapoleon B. Fumald, 
Andrew G. Garey, 
John Green, . 
John £. Gilman, . 
William H. Gertz, 
Harvey C. Giftbrd, 
Edmund H. Gray, . 
Albert Gilman, . . 
George W. Geary, 
Charles F. Hammond, 
Charles W. Hastings, 
llosea C. Hoyt, 
Francis Hinckley, . 
Edward P. Howe, . 
Ifonry S. Hitchcock, 
Richard C. Hale, . 
Joel A Hunter, 
Edward W. Hudson, 
James P. J. Haney, 
Mardn V. B. Hersom, 
Simon B. Harris, . 
Hiram N. Harriman, 
Hi^niy F. Hutchinson, 
Charles M. Howe, . 
Isaiah C. Inman, . 
Daniel C. Jones, . 
William K. Jones, 
Nathaniel M. Jackman 
Augustus W. Keene, 
Austin W. Kellogg, 
John Kennealy, . 



Compensation. 



Travelling Ex- 
penses. 



f 1,200 00 

1,153 33 

1,200 00 

1,132 28 

313 33 

461 29 

435 48 

438 71 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

700 00 

295 

1,100 

583 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 

1,200 

625 

500 

438 

690 00 

690 00 

686 60 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200,00 

326 66 

836 66 

461 29 

422 58 

400 00 

1,100 00 

683 33 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,042 84 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

690 00 



12 
00 
26 
00 
00 



00 
00 
80 
00 
71 



f 134 00 
100 25 
159 60 
243. 50 

1 00 
12 

6 09 
6 80 
359 80 
170 80 
177 25 
127 05 

3 45 
8 25 

216 65 
34 60 
305 98 
198 75 
395 60 
372 50 
465 20 
25 70 

40 55 

2 90 
8 20 
6 70 

234 40 
349 62 
296 68 
198 87 
223 71 
216 35 

152 92 
179 10 
387 95 

6 62 
2 00 

4 00 
11 70 
25 05 

153 50 
161 00 
195 20 
110 20 
135 32 

33 20 

284 72 

211 15 

1 80 



TotaL 



f 1,334 00 

1,253 58 

1,359 60 

1,375 78 

814 83 

461 41 

441 57 

445 51 

1,559 80 

1,370 80 

1,377 25 

1,327 05 

703 45 

303 37 

1,316 65 

617 86 

1,505 98 

1,398 75 

1,595 60 

1,572 50 

1,665 20 

1,225 70 

625 80 

540 55 

441 61 

693 20 

696 70 

921 00 

1,549 62 

1,496 68 

1,398 87 

1,423 71 

1,416 36 

1,352 92 

1,379 10 

1,587 95 

333 28 

338 66 

465 29 

434 28 

42J 05 

1,253 50 

844 33 

1,395 20 

1.310 20 
1,335 32 
1,076 04 
1,484 72 

1.311 15 
691 80 




I 
1 I 



i; 



M 









I 

I 

I J 

I • 



Wk^.. 






ir 






1 1: .' 

. 1. C- .1. ■ 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



STATE FOIACE— Continued. 



C0»8TXBL.«. 




TriTdlIng Bi- 


TO-L 


John E. Killian 


tm 66 

l,5oo 00 


_ 


f86 


William E. Lewis, 






J242 00 


1,442 


Tliomas H Lucy, . 






30C 66 


1 06 


307 


Uriah Macoy, 
Benjamin U. Matthews 






1,200 00 


308 30 


1,508 






1.-200 00 


283 42 


1,483 


Joseph A, Moore, . 
William S McFarlin, 






1,200 00 


92 25 


1,292 






1.300 00 


206 20 


1,406 


Frederi.-k A. Marsh. 






703 22 


18 06 


721 


James H. MeGuiie, 






454 81 




464 


Michael Meade, . 






700 00 


9 80 


709 


Hugh B. Miller, . 






474 n 


fiO 75 


524 


Wifliam MvKay, . 






200 00 


38 60 


238 


George H. Worse, . 






473 29 


97 80 


571 


Edwin D. McFarland, 






29 03 


8 90 


37 


John S. McAdoo, . 






850 00 


161 41 


1,011 


Joseph Neenan, . 






1,200 00 


163 49 


1,*J3 


Edward L. Noyes, 






700 00 


22 00 


72- 


Daniel Noonan, . 






700 00 


40 


700 


George H, Plielpa, 






1,200 00 


317 80 


1,^17 


HoUis C. Piokham, 






" 1.200 00 


362 66 


1,552 


Isaa« Port«r, . 






1,200 00 


232 10 


1,43- 


George C. Pratt, . 

Micah B. Priest, . 






1,2W 00 


474 26 


1.674 






1.200 00 


280 66 


1,480 


MoBCS H. Pease, . 






1.200 00 


474 06 


1,674 








1.161 2y 


247 79 


1,409 


Albert; Pinder, . 






864 34 


97 55 


96 


Pembroke 8, Rich, 






1,200 00 


284 15 


1,484 


George A. Kandall, 






1.074 19 


147 80 


1,23 


Benjamin B. Roberts, 






1,200 00 


33 62 


1,23. 


George F, Bnymond, 






703 22 


3 65 


70* 


Fmncia M. Smith, . 






1.200 00 


434 61 


1,63 


Solomon Shumway, 






1,200 00 


166 50 


VS66 


John E. Smith, . 






1,200 00 


128 20 


1,32* 


Elijah N. Sampson, 






1,200 00 


56 n 


1,26 


Albert F. Sampson, 






1,100 00 


■ 141 15 


1.24 


Edward E. Souther, 






690 32 


33 96 


72 


William M. St raehan. 






700 00 


7 40 


7') 


Henry C. Snell, . 






313 33 


62 15 


37 


John B. Smithers,-. 






306 66 


17 59 


32 


Ardiur H, Smith, . 






300 00 


28 40 


32 


John E. Tidd, 






1,200 00 


205 87 


1,40> 


William N. Tyler, 






1,200 00 


ISl 46 


1,33 


Samuel W. Tuck, . 






1,200 00 


193 70 


1,39 


William H. Tozer, 






1,200 00 


62 50 


1,25 


John S. Tobey, . 






716 10 


U 35 


73 


George G. Trull, . 






703 23 


6 25 


70 


John Tewksbury, . 






454 84 




45 


James P. Wade, . 






1,200 00 


333 96 


1,53 


■loim M. Whitcomb, 






670 00 


132 75 


80 


Lewis B. Whiltaker, 






1,200 00 


108 40 


1,30, 



Lie DOCUMENT— No. 



Details 154. 



ITATE POLICE— Concluded. 



... 


0™,»M.^. 


TMTeUlnjEi- 


TO,.. 




t700 00 


_ 


f-00 00 




703 S3 


|21 00 


724 33 




438 71 


7 10 


445 81 




330 00 




330 00 




1117,6:28 19 


(18.170 11 


fl36,798 30 






(117,628 19 




Bea, 




18,170 11 






(135,798 30 




ND CONTING 


EST. 








. I960 00 






tore-keeper. 


. 6,220 63 








. 1,896 80 






d Express, 


. 408 21 






■a, Directorie 


■ 

. ISl 31 






ce. . . 


. 390 79 






:)ffice, . 








nd Pictures 


f 

. 224 95 






and Silvc 


. 195 50 






«pair3. . 


. 166 06 






ord Books, 


. 352 38 






&c., . 


. 278 00 
44 06 






^ster, . 


24 00 

25 50 
36 32 










11,959 40 




qwnses of E 


olice Com- 






?e 170, . 




2,336 01 










f 150,093 71 






orward, . 






(150,093 71 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



SBTjUXB No. ids. 
STATE PRISON. 

[AcU 1M4, Chip. 803; 1BI3, Cbap. S2. 



Amount brought forward, . 






(150,093 


S. E. Chamberlain, Warden, . 


J3,600 00 






Alnion Hale, Deputy Warden, . 


1,766 68 






William Peirce, Clerk, . 


2,000 00 






W. W. Colburn, Chaplain, 3 months 


600 00 






L S. B. Spear. Chaplain, 9 months, 
John G. Dearborn, Physician, 1 mo 


1,500 00 






83 33 






Anson P. Hooker, Plivsician, 11 mo 


916 67 






Francis Beverstock, turnkey, . 


1,125 03 






E- S. Darling, Tumkey, . 


1,166 68 






Joseph Fuller, Turnkey, . 
C. W. Gale, Turakey, 


1,166 68 






1,166 68 






George A. Lounsberry, Turnkey, 
Jos. W. Owens, Turnkey, . 


1,166 68 






1,125 03 






Samuel I. Pearl, Turnkey, 


1,160 23 






Wm, B. Ramscll, Turnkey, 


1,166 68 






Joshua B. Rea, Turnkey, . 


1,161 96 






I.F.Simonds, Turnkey, . 


1,141 38 






David Sergant, Turnkey, . 


458 35 






Amoa P. Wood, Turnkey, . 


1,096 79 






George F. Ball, Watchman, . 


951 15 






Nahum A. Doe, Watchman, . 


1.066 68 








1,007 80 






John W. Ellis, Watchman, 


1,066 68 






J. B. Erskine, Watcjiman, 


983 83 






Nathan J. Gould, Watchman, . 


1,066 68 






H. W. Hunting, Watchman, / . 
Thomas W. I^rd, Watchmaii, . 


1,0G6 68 






1,066 68 






George W. Nonia, Watchman, 
Jas. H. Piper, Watchman, 


1,063 62 






1,061 30 






Thomas Preston, Watchman, . 


1,066 68 








988 33 






B.F. Russell, Watchman,. 


1,066 68 






S. D. Seavey, Watchman, . 

C. H. Campbell, Asst. Watchman, 


1,066 68 






866 68 






Wm. E Hough, Asst. Watchman, 


821 10 






A. E. May, Assistant Watchman, 


576 80 






Geo. A. McDonald, Asst. Watchman 


866 68 






Jas. F. Moore. Assistant Walebmsn 


666 67 






Geo. A Ordway, Asat. Watchman, 


733 34 






Geo. P. Smith, Asst Watchman, 


696 16 






John E. Shaw, Turnkev. . 


458 a^ 






M. H- Davis, Watchmii, . 


250 02 






B. 0. Lowe, Watehman, . 


333 36 








162 66 








66 67 






E. 0. Hyde, Asst. Watchman, . 


150 00 






Robert Huckina, Asst Watchman, 


76 00 


(44,669 31 










Amounts carried forward. 


(44,569 31 


(150,09 



Lie DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 165. 



TATE PRISON— Cl)n(tn«ed. 



orward. 




944,669 81 


9150,093 71 


OBa. 


. J200 00 
. 200 t» 






nths. 


. 150 00 
. 60 00 


600 00 




Clothinq. 








. (1,925 60 








. 634 45 








. 2,303 00 






oe Stock 


. 1,813 24 






Hats, & 


c, . 719 81 

. 1.366 09 

. 220 26 

111 99 










9,094 44 




m> Gro 


. 19,946 60 






try 
es, 

9. 




. 5,233 96 
. 7,292 70 
. 6,401 37 
. 2,793 99 
. 2,358 85 
. 1,'2H 80 
. 657 60 
. 656 75 
. 1,734 43 










37,331 05 




Thprov 


EMENTa. 






ingles. 


. 9836 21 
. 213 07 
. 185 42 


1,234 70 




ITIONAl^ 


. 1283 00 






3 ExPM 


. 331 60 

. 35 50 

10 00 


660 10 




Charco 


1, . 95,057 06 
. 7,911 06 
. 2,324 44 






^, Grate 


, Ac., 314 96 






for 


ward 


115,607 61 


993,489 60 


9160,093 71 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 






STATE FRlSOJ<!— Concluded. 





#15,607 51 


193,469 60 


(150J)9 


Engineer and Hostler, . 


1,519 99 






Soap aod ^luterial, . 


704 23 






Printing, Stationery andBlank Booka 
Advertising and Postt^e, . 


313 51 






















225 94 




Tin-plate and Iron-ware, . 


442 36 








184 04 






Hard-ware, Knives and Forks, . 


666 06 






Harnesses, Wheelwright and Car 








riftgeWork 


358 78 






Medicines 


368 95 






















Glass, Furniture and Crockery- ware 


121 09 






Paints, Oils and Varnish, . 








Heating Foundry, 


600 00 












Alass. General Hospital, . 


60 00 














Straw, Hay and Oats, 


890 40 








32 00 






Burial of Convicts, . 


95 00 






■Arrest of Convicts, . 


41 OO 






Transportation of Fiisoners, , 


299 05 






Convicts, when discharged fron 
















Sundries, 


1,431 72 


25,U2 49 












(118,63209 








1,367 91 




Total Expenses State Prison, 




120,00 


DETATLB No. 


ise. 






STATE WORKHOUSE. B 


IIDGEWA 


PER. 




[Gen. BUU Ch«p. 11 ; AM* 1§M. Ch.p. IBS; 1 


72, Chip. *S; 


B7S, ch»p. sa.) 




Salaries of Superintendent and 


Officers. 






Nahuni Leonard and Wife, Superin 
















William 0. Howland, Assistant 8u 








perintendent, 
Edward Sawyer, Physician, . 
M. Robinson, Consulting Phjacian 


600 00 






600 00 






25 00 






Ebenezer Gay, Chaplain, . 








Afttounis carried forward. 


13.976 00 


■ 


♦270,08 



JC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 156. 







rward, 


.»3,975 00 

. 337 50 
475 00 

. 430 83 
100 00 

. 376 38 

. 337 50 




(270,098 71 


neer, . 


. 1S5 00 
. 860 00 






toward, 
on, . 


. 162 00 
. 267 50 
. 180 26 
. 103 76 
. 300 00 






e,' Asdstan 


. 166 67 






Farmer an 


. 311 60 






e,Bakeran 


d 

76 75 
. 138 00 








. 300 00 
. 286 00 






on, . 


. 260 00 

. 209 00 

62 50 






man, . 


50 00 
9000 
70 00 
6000 
. 130 00 
. 361 74 


(10/181 82 










TOKS. 


. (160 00 

. 160 00 
. 160 00 


480 00 




ExPENDin 


JEES 






. (5,016 57 






1, . 


. 4,111 43 








. 3,670 18 








167 00 






ings. : 


. 964 01 






bandise. 


. 1,706 93 






eWoit, 


. 168 72 






other War 


, 910 23 






■uahes, . 


. 75 26 






Tward, 


.116,779 27 


(10,661 82 


(270,093 7X 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Stateuent XI. 



BRTOGEWATER WORKHOUSE— Concluded. 



ATttounti brought forward,. .f 16,779 27 fl0,561 82 f270,[ 



Soap and Material, .... 
Planta, Seed and Farm Tools, . 
Medicinea and Hospital Stores, 
Books, Papers, Stabonery, &c.. 
Repairs and Findings for Sewing 
Machines, ..... 

Repairing Roof, 

Repairing Steam-Headng Apparatus, 

Tobacco, Snuff and Pipes, 

Lime and Cement, .... 

Miscellaneous, 

Grain, Meal, Fine Feed, Ac., . 

Crackers 

Beef, 

Meat 

Ftsb 

Poultry 

CloUiing and Blankets, . 

Oils, Fuel and Lights. 

Clerical Services, .... 

Harnesses and Repairs, . 

Labor on Farm, 

Plumbing, 

Travelling Expenses for Inmates, . 
Writing Books and Printing, . 
Bedding and Furniture, . 
Fertilizers, Horse-Rakes and Ted- 
Lightning-rods 

Live Stock, ..... 
Arrestine Elopers, .... 
Timber, Tlank and Sawing, 
Paint and Labor, .... 

Postage, 

Inventory of Property, 



113 58 
322 63 
624 46 
260 86 



451 92 
260 86 
195 31 
161 31 

2.063 25 
80 00 

2.064 46 
434 76 
127 40 

65 01 
272 63 
3,129 94 
100 00 
47 00 
94 76 
663 66 
107 05 
105 16 
617 70 

402 63 
475 00 
810 00 

34 90 
340 97 
321 78 

43 21 
100 00 



Total Expenses of Bridgewater Workhouse, . 



SETAHiB No. 1B7. 

STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 

[On. BtU.Ctu>p.>Si A(sUlB73,Chmp.Mi UTS, Chip. 31.] 



Salaries of Owficbbs and Assistants. 
Belli. Evans, SuxKrintendent, and 

IT M. Evans, Matron, . . ^945 00 

A. G. Shepard, Superintendent, and 

Mrs. A. G. Shepard, Matron, . 1,316 81 



Amounts carried forward, . . f2,261 81 




5LIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



E REFORM SCHOOL— Cb«/.n««i. 



forward, . |2,261 81 




1312,073 35 


uperintendent, 


306 67 






iperinteodent, 


oOl 73 
104 17 






n, . 


701 4* 
166 66 






ler, ' '. ; 


100 00 
270 66 






wher, . 


83 32 






nd extra Hall 


701 44 
300 61 
17 40 






er, and Over- 


239 07 
300 61 
300 61 
252 94 
201 00 






ioA Carpenter, 
-seer of Chair 


751 85 














532 00 






Cher, '. '. 


105 13 






er of Se wing- 


163 60 






er Shoe Shop, 


578 93 






fe, charge of 
room, . 


761 51 






e, Master and 
juae, 


901 85 






e. Master and 










721 94 






e, Master and 








louse, . 


770 86 






all work. 


348 48 
482 82 






St. Watchman, 


429 26 
130 14 

159 78 






11 lAan, '. 


242 72 






er, . 


267 95 

189 19 






stress, . 


140 15 
133 97 
63 26 






g vacancies, . 


94 85 






ancies, . 
■ess. 


76 71 
183 95 
249 89 






»nt Workman* 


249 89 






forward, ^16,620 82 




$312,079 36 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



STJlTBMKST XI. 



STATE REFORM SCHOOL— Continmd. 




AmounU brwgH forward. 


115,620 83 




1312^ 


James Elwood, Farm hand, , 


177 38 






W. W. Davis, Farm hand, 


221 00 






Samuel Woodside, Farm hand. 


105 00 






John Barbour, .... 


126 00 






C. S. Houghton, Farmer, . 
F. C. Ela, Matron, . 


412 60 






179 67 






M. McCarW, Farm hand, . 
Farm and Incidental Labor, . 


237 00 






1,376 12 










fl8,35fl 59 










MlSCELLANEOVS EXPEKDITtJSES. 














Flour, ..... 


»4,I3S 09 






Meat, 


1,879 05 






Sugar, Molassea and Syrup, . 
Fish, Fruit and VegetaMea, . 


1,424 95 






1,092 66 






Butt«r and CheeBe, . 


614 17 






Tea and Coffee, 


411 16 






Wheat, Bye and Indian Meal, . 


116 16 






Soap and Lard 


499 31 






Sundries, 


1,052 67 


11,227 11 










Farm and Garden. 








Grain and Hay, . 


11,967 30 






Horses, Oxen and Cows, . 


608 35 






Seed and Fertilizing MachineB, 


238 76 






Repairing Carta, Carriages and Har. 








ncBses, 


210 19 






ToolB, 4c 


40 39 






Basketa and Ropes, . 


6 00 






Meadow Hay and Straw, . 


167 29 






Sundries 


101 84 










8,328 62 




CMhing. 
Jacketa, Pants and Cloth. . 


12,012 68 






Flannel, 


1,686 83 






Hats. Caps, Socks, &c., . 


239 60 




Sundries, 


666 72 










4,584 13 












Combs, Brooms and Brushes, . 


«178 29 






Crockery, Glass, Tin and Earthen 










324 86 






Bedsteads,; '.'.'.. 


68 05 






Sundries, 


39 65 










570 7fi 






?38,066 20 


f312,073 



JLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



E REFORM SCHOOL— CotKluded. 



for^ra. 




#36,066 20 


1312,073 35 


nd Findings. 


«229 11 

160 06 






nga.' . 


14 60 

97 38 
86 02 










689 07 




ndLighU. 


f4,511 48 






dl^rdOil. 


726 90 
96 01 










5,272 39 




ito and Repair 


' 1351 04 
269 70 






d Screws, 


464 44 






-e, . 


734 27 
481 30 
317 05 






s, . 


89 67 






liuds, . 


22 53 
19 97 

730 62 










3,470 49 




UaneoM. 








lery and Print 


f89t 77 
791 95 
563 97 
169 76 
200 00 
144 99 






nd EitpresB, 


223 53 
364 30 

471 09 






dHogs, '. 


105 00 






■ubs, 


. 102 65 

. 61 38 

269 63 










4,349 81 




Reform Schoo 


1, . 




61,747 96 






forward, . 


1363,821 31 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



DSTATLS No. 1B8. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 

[Oen. SUt. IThap. Tt; Ada ISTS, Cbsp. SI.] 



Amounis brought farward. 




(363321 


SaLABIES of SUPERIHTKirDENT AND 


Officers. 






Marcus Ames, Superintendent aa< 








Chaplain 


»1,800 00 






J. L, S. Thompson, Physician, . 


200 00 






Frederic Whitney, Farmer, . 


800 00 






L. E Dodge, Acting Assistant,. 


329 16 






Miss C. V. Drinkwater, Superintend 








ent's AsBiatant, 


329 IG 






Frank B. Fay, Ti-easurer, . 


200 00 










13,658 32 




Teachers 








A. F.Clarke 


•101 06 






Mary E. Haynes, 






159 23 






A. A.Wilco!t, . 






140 64 






S. J. Buttrick, 








96 62 






E. J. Carleton, 








62 60 






S. Watson, 








62 50 






J. S. Marsh, 








112 50 






E. S. Wators, 








74 50 






E. A. Thompson 








104 34 






S. B. Watson, 








87 49 






8. S. Bassett, 








79 17 






A. Bigelow, 






6 72 






M. A.Perry, ' 






149 58 










1,236 85 




Matrons. 








M. M. Woodbury, . 


197 24 






F.V.Greeley, . 






353 20 






C. J. Walton, . 






tiSi 32 






L.M.Tolinan, . 






151 49 






H. F. Perry, 






40 39 












90 38 






M. McLaughlin, 
E.D. Holdin, . 






6 73 










215 38 






A. E. Cogswell,. 






200 00 






S,B.Wat3on, . 






200 00 






S. J. Marah, . 






S3 33 






E. J. Carieton, . 






20 83 






S. S. Bassett, . 






175 00 






S.B. Buttrick, . 






12 66 






8. E.Harding, . 






15 38 










1,845 33 






?6,740 60 


(363,821 



JLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



AL SCHOOL FOR GTRLS—Cmcluded. 



forward. 




16.740 50 


»863,821 31 


KEEPERS. 












|189 58 












258 33 












208 61 












115 93 












258 83 












137 50 












137 60 












79 33 












21 88 












64 58 












21 16 












41 83 






atre 


^, 




313 18 






as, 






24 16 






». 






137 60 






■d. 






100 00 










2,109 40 




u8 Expense 


s. 
f 1,353 53 






eriea, 




3.395 10 






8'i^, 




2,717 71 








lU 08 










1^8 69 










957 67 










827 32 






rin'g. 




402 00 








616 42 






ery and Print 


82 18 






sonry, . 


268 41 
226 00 






oatage. 


191 62 






other Ware 


828 65 

27 10 












1.685 72 












58 67 












60 78 












173 75 






re, 






34 96 












105 64 












217 20 












180 62 












41 20 












126 00 








for Girls. 


16.186 67 




ustrial Schuo 




24.036 67 


noard, . 


1387,857 88 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



DBTASA No. 159. 
ARREST OF FUGITIVES. 
[QcD. Bui- CtAp. iTi 1 Acu ins, ch^. n.] 



Amount brought forward, .... 
Warrant, January 9, 1S73, for arrest of Samuel 
K.Elliott: 
James M. Drennan, Agent — 
Espenaes, 

Warrant, January 18, 1873, for arrest of John 
A. Bowdlear : 
James P. Wade, Agent — 



Warrant, January 22, 1873, for arrest of Heniy 
Hutchinson : 
John F. Ham, Agent- 
Expenses, 

Warrant, April 2, 1873, for arrest of Frank A. 
Clemens : 
William H. Gertz, Agent- 
Expenses, 

Special Allowance, Resolve 31 of 1873, for 
arrest of the Grafton Bank Robbers : 
Aaahel P. Squires, Agent — 

Services and Expenses 

Warrant, February 19. 1873, for arrest of E. 
A. Stevens : 
William G. Ham, Agent- 



Warrant, March 14, 1878, for arrest of En^gn 
Ralbbone : 
Hoses H. Pease, Agent- 
Expenses, ........ 

Warrant, May 6, 1873, for arrest of William 
O'Brien : 
John F. Ham, Agent- 
Expenses, 

Warrant, August 8, 1873, for arrest of Bryan 
Kellej, J. UcGrath and Frank Judge : 
John F. Ham, Agent — 

Expenses, 

Warrant, October 31, 1873, for arrest of Louis 
Conrad : 
Charles L. Skelton, Agent — 



Amount carried forward. 



7BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 160 to H 



DBTAIIiB Ho. lao. 
fT FOR DISCHARGED CONVICTS. 

ip.lIS; lS«>,Cbiip.1Zll ini,Cta«p.3(Bi im, Cbw 31.] 



forward, 

nt, Salary, 
oeaaes, 
rties, . 
e, 

Stationery 








fl,000 00 
243 60 
351 97 
505 50 
659 71 
174 00 
20 25 
43 10 


♦389369 80 








DBTAILS Ho. 161. 
lONEES OF PRISONS. 

,C1uip.370; 18T3. Cbap. lOudSZ,] 




*ry, Salary, . »2,O0O 00 
eiaea, . . 166 90 

SORT Board. 
ring, Travelling 

. . . .1130 55 

Travelling Ei- 

74 62 
elling Expenaes, 61 30 

)ENT Expenses. 

'e 


♦2,166 90 

266 47 
86 23 


2,469 59 






DBTAIIA Ho. 163. 

GED FEMALE PRISONERS. 

S.Ctwp.31i AcU 1S7S, Cbmp. SU.] 




e A. Durant and Hannah B. Chickering, 
diBcliarged female prisoDei-s, 


l^.'iOO GO 




1396337 50 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statemest XI. 



Details 163 to IG. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



DBTAILB No. 183. 






WORCESTER LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 




[Kei. 18T3, Cb>p. Ml AcU 18YB, Cbip. ITS.] 








925,000 






DBTAILS No. IM. 






STATE PRISON (New). 






[AcU IBTa, Chiipa. lU uid 334-1 








18,000 00 




Travelling Expenses, 


101 85 












60 00 












8,116 






DBTAILB No. 166. 






TAUNTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL (Enlab 


GEMENT). 




[Re: WS, Cbip. 38; AcU 1813, Cbap. 3U.) 






StoQe-work, Masonrj and Building, 


» 10,075 71 




Labor, including Carpenter- work, . 


2,870 73 




Window Frames and Sashes, .... 


1,768 60 




Iron Windows, 


2,648 50 






1,400 00 




Slating Roof, 

Pipes, Valves, and Cartage on same, 


2,.t64 00 




2ri24 00 






6,112 83 




Granite and Slate 


892 45 






1/142 58 




Lime and Cement, 


1,784 20 




Brick 






Bolta, Hardware and NwIb 


795 09 




Tninspnrtation, 


887 63 




Patent Water Heater and Radiator, . 


1,934 50 




Architactural SeiTicea, 


1,500 00 




Boiler and Dome, 


1,448 00 




Oxen 


225 00 




Mouldings, 


433 91 










FelUng, . 


127 40 






120 80 




Grate Bars, 


437 61 




AmouiUs carried forwnrd, ... 


♦55,304 26 


♦33,416 



ILIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 1G6 to I' 



N LUNATIC HOSPITAL— CoTicittdea. 



forward. 




155,304 26 

48 60 
78 01 
10 00 
46 47 


f33,416 75 
55,487 34 






BTAII.B No. 166. 
SCHOOL FOR 

IThmp. U; AcUISTS. Cbap 


BOYS. 

SIB.] 




ent,' .' .' .' 
ollars, .' '. 




(1,350 00 
728 45 
379 46 
371 91 
1,214 86 
184 82 
99 63 
165 39 
70 51 
35 38 


4,600 39 






BTAILB No. 167. 

iTER NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Ch^. M; AcU 1873, Chip. MS.] 




r of the Board of Education, on ac- 
the Boiirding-house, .... 


30,000 00 


BTAILS NO. 168. 
LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

A«.lgIS.Ch.p.2S0.] 




lUng Expenaea, 

m^'nswich. : : 
aad Express, 




»77 70 
154 26 
116 00 
. 43 00 

8 09 
10 60 


409 66 






uildinga. 


(123,814 13 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XT. 



Details 169 to 



DHTALU9 So. 169.* 
TEOY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD AND HOOSAC TUNli 

[Acli 1912, Cfamp. 387 BDd 3«0: B«. ISIS, Chap, fi.] 

Paid Geovee W«st on contract for graduation of Troy and 
Greenfield Railroad, ........ 

Paid Fred. Dagenoison uontract for graduation of Troy and 
Greenfield Rnili-oad, 

Paid for Engineering, &c., 



DBTAILS No. 170. 
SHERIFFS' ACCOUNTS. 

IG«D. Bui- Chap. IST : Acta ISIS, Chap. N 

Distributing Proclamations and returning votes, . 



DETAUiS No. 171. 
CORPORATION TAX. 

[Acta IBM. Chip. VS.] 



Amount paid Cities and Towns, M 


follows :- 




Abington, . 


»7.53 08 


Attleborough, 


»1,7 


Acton, . 


548 go 


Auburn, 




Acushnet, 


141 12 


Ayer, . 


1 


Adams, . 


1.898 22 


Barnstable, . 


3,1 


Agnwam, . . 


172 39 


Barre, . 


9 


Amesburv, . 


980 94 


BedfoKl, 




Amherst, 


670 43 


Belchertown, 




Andover, 


7,161 83 


Bellingbam, . 




Arlington, . . ■ 


2,024 17 


Belmont, 


2,2- 


Ashburnham, 


4.51 96 


Berkley, 




Ashby, . 


184 97 


Berlin, . 


1 


Ashland. 


2.il 75 


Bei-nardston, 


1 


Athol. . 


1.037 51 


Beverly, 


7,4 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



189 



Statement XL o«rp«r»tion t»x. Detank 171. 


CORPORATION TAX— Continued, 


Billerica, . . . f 902 58 


Dennis,. 


f 1,045 46 


Blackstone, . 






754 50 


Dighton, 


357 27 


Blandford, . 






25 


Douglas, 


151 96 


Bolton, . 






143 07 


Dover, . . . . 


84 65 


Boston, . 






322,772 50 


Dracut, . . . . 


182 62 


Boxborough, 






55 12 


Dudley, 


129 24 


Boxford, 






20 42 


Dunstable, . 


279 91 


Boylston, 






59 07 


Duxbury, 


1,379 73 


Bradford, 






238 91 


E. Bridgewater, . 


768 16 


Braintree, 






1,351 12 


Eastham, 


260 86 


Brewster, 






610 47 


Easthampton, 


2,956 52 


Bridgewater, 






4,491 25 


Easton, . . . . 


6,535 10 


Brighton, 






4,893 18 


Edgartown, . 


421 18 


Brimfield, 






250 76 


Egremont, . / 


63 66 


Brookfield, . 






475 07 


Enfield, 


759 23 


Broiokline, . 






. 34,960 59 


Essex, . . . . 


141 70 


Burlington, 






37 61 


Everett, 


609 25 


Cambridge, , 






. 21,908 12 


Fairhaven, . 


614 99 


Canton, 






1,399 60 


Fall River, . 


. 11,978 93 


Carlisle, 






60 59 


Falmouth, . 


4,404 04 


Carrer, . 






387 31 


Fitchburg, . 


6,063 75 


Charlemont, 






1 80 


Foxborough, 


47 90 


Charlesto¥m, 






. 10,894 91 


Framingham, 


2,620 66 


Charlton, 






158 35 


Franklin, 


85 25 


Chatham, 






47 62 


Freetown, 


221 90 


Chelmsford, , 






. 1,185 51 


Gardner, 


480 30 


Chelsea, 






. 2,936 13 


Georgetown, 


157 31 


Cheshire, 






76 44 


Gill, . 


25 56 


Chester, 






43 26 


Gloucester, . 


. 3,221 27 


Chicopee, 






. 1,438 14 


Gosnold, 


10 42 


Chilmark, 






133 78 


Graflon, 


. 1,272 36 


Clinton, 






. 1,524 59 


Granby, 


64 28 


Cohasset, 






. 1,925 29 


Granville, . 


24 30 


Colrain, 






111 22 


Great Barrington, 


. 1,643 37 


Concord, 






. 2,645 80 


Greenfield, . 


. 1,561 12 


Conway, 






17 38 


Groton, . 


. 6,234 80 


Cunimlngton 






57 96 


Groveland, . 


118 41 


Dalton, . 






981 67 


Hadley, 


142 47 


Dana, . 






4 44 


Halifax, 


61 23 


Danvers, 






761 86 


Hamilton, . 


13 37 


Dartmoath, 






1,342 62 


Hancock, 


103 93 


Dedham, 






5,341 41 


Hanover, 


. 1,197 11 


Deerfield, 






197 87 Hanson, 


282 65 



•^ 1 



I 



I ! 



; t 



Mil! 



il 



' I 



.;> 



) ' 




AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 











Hftrfwick, . (Ill 73 


Marlborough, 


»336 


Harvard, 






770 21 


Marshfield, . 


57 


Harwich, 






263 78 


Mattapoiset^ 


1,10 


Hatfield, 






301 57 


Maynard, . 


54« 


Haverhill, 






2,547 01 


Medfleld, . 


47 


Heath, . 






2 00 


Medford, . 


2,93 


Hingham, 






3,236 02 


Medway, . 


54( 


Hinsdale, 






730 72 


Melrose, 


72 


Holden, 






12 78 


Mend on. 


m 


HoUiston, 






85 15 


Methuen, . 


m. 


Holyoke, 






8,720 82 


Mtddleborough, . 


2,36 


Holbroofc, 






2,072 13 


Middleton, . 


4 


Hopkinton, 






131 28 


Milfoi-d, 


1,87 


Hubhardston 






68 54 


Milihurj', . 


25- 


Hudson, 






161 24 


Miltou, . 


6,33 


Huntington, 






169 56 


Monson, 


94 


Hyde Park, 






1,623 19 


Montague, . 


18< 


Ipswich, 






707 73 


Monterey, . 




Kingston, 






2,975 46 


Nahant. . . 


17,38) 


Lakeville, 






211 92 


Nantucket, . 


3,11 


Lancaster, 






1,768 08 


Natick. . . . 


52 


Lauesboroug 


li. 




2 17 


Needham, . . 


74 


Lawrence, 






3,499 04 


New Bedford, . 


17,68 


Lee. . 






770 54 


New Braintree, . 


1 


Leicester, 






1,353 06 


New Marlborough. 


2 


Lenox, . 






275 84 


New Salem. . 


& 








2,325 21 


Newbury, 


38 


Leverett, 






21 38 


Newbury port. 


5,39 


liexington. 






798 67 


Newton, 


16,11 


Leyden, 






48 


Norfolk, 


1 


Lincoln, 






746 11 


North Andover, . 


93 


Littleton, 






368 07 


NorUi Bridgewater, 


75 


Longmeadow 






1,028 76 


North Brookfield, . 


63 


Lowell,. 






22,635 54 


North Reading, . 


& 


Ludlow, 






12 27 


Northampton, 


4.81 


Liinenburg, 






288 22 




7ft 


Lynn. . 






3,133 08 


Northbridge, 


638 


Lynnfield, 






685 60 


Northfield, . 


25 


Maiden, 






2,586 87 


Norton, . 


12 


Manchester, 






357 19 


Norwood, 


33 


Mansfield, 






282 37 


Oakham, . 


1 


Mai'blehead, 






2,453 51 


Orange, 


2,81 


Marion, 






1 33 


Orleans, 


37 



QBLJC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



Details 171. 



X)RPORATION TAX— Continued. 



fO 12 


South Scituate, . . tl,382 68 




1,196 39 


Soutbborough, 




199 33 




221 8* 


Southbridge,. 




830 14 




21 








26 54 




2,628 50 


Southwiek, 






13 96 




76 18 


Spencer, 






464 94 




848 70 


Springfield, 






27,202 95 




144 16 


Sterling. 






831 26 




6 80 


Stockbridge, 






4,329 56 




2,663 34 


Stoneham, 






207 81 




241 99 


StougbtoD, 






1,040 26 




5,117 93 


Stow, . 






199 95 




55 56 


Sturbridge, 






118 70 




133 34 


Sudbury, 






397 82 




623 66 


Sanderiand, 






64 21 




3,287 00 


Sutton, . 






39 86 




2,061 00 


Swampscott, 






2,196 69 




2,028 91 


Swanzey, 






513 16 




467 79 


Taunton, 






10,486 00 




24 90 


TempletOD, 






375 74 




25 58 


Tewkabury, 






908 31 




146 92 


TiBbury, 






462 25 




595 84 


Topsfield, 






227 47 




72 64 


Townaend, 






54 57 




168 60 


Truro, . 






36 39 




27 14 


Tyngsboroug 


h. 




134 31 




5 74 


Tyi-ingham, 






279 65 




20,265 69 


Upton, . 






44 96 




350 39 


Uxbridge, 






846 49 




477 61 


Wakefield, 






4,336 07 




75 64 


Wales, . 






83 66 




460 70 


Walpole, 






863 29 




1 30 


Waltham, 






8,030 77 




177 79 


Ware, . 






1,194 30 




770 86 


Wareham, 






1,689 11 




985 37 


Warren, 






528 26 




320 45 


Wai-wick, 






44 48 




317 07 


Washington, 






21 38 




109 63 


Watertown, 






3,589 99 




55 


Wayland, 






364 31 




1,002 26 


Webster, 






8,502 84 




3337 84 


Wellfleet, 






461 92 




1,648 77 


Wendell, 






25 29 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jai 



Statement XI. 



Details 172 /Oto 17 



Wenham, . 


f 140 81 


Whately, 


120 


Westhampton, 


15 85 


Wilbraham, . 


85 


West Boylston, . 


673 83 


Williamsburg, 


208 


W. Bridgewater, . 


418 98 




132 


West Brookfield, . 


240 20 


Wilmington, 


113 


West Newbury, . 


252 94 


Winchendon, 


1,134 


West Roxbury, . 


21,435 96 


Winchester, . 


1,949 


West Springfield, . 


1,659 08 


Winthrop, . 


130 


West Stockbridge, 


84 51 


Woburn, 


1,930 


Westborough, 


365 37 


Worcester, . 


40,176 


Weatfield, . . 


1^0 1 79 


Wt«ntham, . . 


577 


Westfoni, . 


921 84 


Yarmouth, . 


8« 




102 40 


Sutton Cranberry Co., 


28 


Weston, 


3.124 67 






Westport, . 


91 04 




f899,376 




2,204 47 







DETAILS Ho. 173. 
GRATUITIES. 

[Rn. laiS, Chmpi. ti, «S ud U; Acta IBTl, Clupa- 3M and 3TB.] 



Paid M. Matheson, 1st Battalion Cavalry, M. V. M., 
H. F. Hale, 4th Light Battery, M. V. M., . 
A. Bradbury, 4th Eight Battery, M. V. M., . 



DBTAHiS No. 178. 
NATIONAL BANK TAX. 



Amonnts paid to the following named Cities and Towns :— 


Ayer f53 39 


Amesbuiy, 


. f995 


Abington. . . 1,426 82 


Amherst, 


. 1,107 


Acton 444 10 


Andover, 


. 5,281 


Acushnet, ... 688 89 


Arlington, 


. 2,124 


Adams 16 91 


Ashbumham, . 


191 


Agawam, . . . 925 87 


Ashby, . 


S9S 


Alford, . . . 216 77 


Ashfield,. 


336 



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193 



Statement XL bmoc tm. Details 173. 


NATIONAL BANi; TAX—Conlinued. 


Ashland, . . . tl79 83 


Cheshire, 


. 1767 66 


Athol, . 


■ i 




161 61 


Chester, . 


40 41 


Attleborough, 






405 06 


Chesterfield, . 


466 04 


Auburn, . 






292 63 


Chieopee, 


. 1.176 97 


Barnstable, 






. 3,782 60 


Chilmark, 


226 91 


Barre, . 






648 92 


Clinton, . . . . 


421 42 


Becket, . 






294 67 


Cohasset, 


. 1,129 70 


Bedford, . 






232 88 


Colrain, . . . < 


246 76 


Belchertown, 






560 64 


Concord, 


. 1,390 64 


Beilingham, . 






187 61 


Conway, . 


403 96 


« Belmont, 






2,940 12 


Cummington, . 


16 44 


Berkley, . 






271 29 


Dalton, . . . < 


702 46 


Berlin, . 






376 73 


Dana, 


94 40 


Bemardston, 






710 87 


Danvers, 


, 2,430 68 


Beverly, . 






6,400 23 


Dartmouth, . 


. 2,940 86 


Billerica, 






. 2,069 61 


Dedham, 


. 3,928 68 


Blackstone, . 






430 72 


Deerfi'eld, 


1,889 66 


Blandford, 






196 80 


Dennis, . . . . 


. 2,699 11 


Bolton, . 






608 31 


Dighton, 


998 76 


Boston, . 






. 23,262 21 


Douglas, 


142 46 


Boxboroug'h, , 






62 01 


Dover, . . . , 


271 88 


Boxford, 






836 67 


Dracut, . . . , 


924 97 


Boylston, 






342 92 


Dudley, . . . 


124 09 


Bradford, 






2,296 86 


Dunstable, 


280 21 


Brain tree. 






. 1,747 76 


Duxbury, 


1,393 86 


Brewster, 






. 1,166 62 


East Bridgewater, . 


996 71 


Bridgewater, , 






. 3,326 81 


Eastham, 


357 29 


Brighton, 






. 3,214 71 


Easthampton, 


931 07 


Brimfield, 






. 1,021 39 


Easton, . . . , 


3,127 28 


Brookfield, 






719 92 


Edgartown, . 


. ' 210 63 


Brookline, 






. 13,626 41 


Egremont, 


121 63 


Bockiand, 






178 93 


Enfield, . . . . 


> 1,406 22 


Burlington, 






136 26 


Essex, . . . . 


. 1,698 60 


Cambridge, . 






. 16,471 17 


Everett, . . . , 


383 93 


Canton, . 






. 1,321 91 


Fairhaven, 


. 2,171 36 


Carlisle, . 






70 10 


Falmouth, 


. 3,117 83 


Carver, . 






682 36 


Fitehburg, 


964 22 


Charlemont, . 






282 46 


Foxborough, . 


417 61 


Charlestown, . 






. 6,986 71 


Framingham, 


4,052 37 


Charlton, 






635 60 


Franklin, 


380 11 


Chatliam, 






. 2,361 81 


Freetown, 


. 1,194 25 


Chelmsford, . 






. 2,158 87 


Gardner, 


292 31 


Chelsea, . 






. 1^26 62 


Georgetown, . 


274 13 



25 



! i 



' ( 




AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XL 


Buk X... Details 




Gill. . . . 


. f 286 OS 


Lawrence, . . fl,2 


Gloucester, . 


. 3,331 9S 


Leicester, 






1.9 


Gosben, . 


8 44 


Lee, 






2 


Grafton, . 


. 487 60 


Lenox, . 






9 


Gran by, . 


. 662 36 


Leominster, 






lA 


Granville, 


118 IJ 


Leverett.. 








Great Barvington, . 


. 679 75 


Lexington, 






5» 


Greenfield, . 


1,236 39 


Leyden, . 






1 


Greenwich, . 


246 45 


Lincoln, . 






1,0* 


Groton, . 


1.328 47 


Littleton. 






1 


Grovoland, . 


868 82 


Longmeadow 






3.1 


Hadley, . 


I.6S4 34 


Lowell. . 






6,1 


Halifax, . 


33 41 


Lunenburg, 






3- 


Fall RiTer, . 


131 23 


Lynn, . 






S3f 




402 10 


Lynnfield, 






ifi 


Hancock, 


259 36 


Maiden, . 






62 


Hanover, 


898 21 


Maacbester. 






9« 


Hanson, . 


637 40 


Mansfield, 






30 


Hardwick, . 


1,052 26 


Marblehead, 






2.0 


Harvard,. 


1,257 21 


Marion, . 






82 


Harwich, 


307 37 


Mariborough, 






g 


Hatfield, . . . 


2.746 24 


Marehfield, 






43 


Haverhill, . 


1,598 40 


Mattapoisett. 






32 


Hawlej, . . . 


6 44 


Maynard, 






JS 


Heath, . 


U 82 


Medfield, 






1,06 


Hingham, . 


1,973 80 


Medford, 






3,41 


Hinsdale. 


75 41 


Medway, 






1,74 




6,774 13 


Melrose. . 






67 


HoldeD, . 


302 66 


Mendou, . 






60 


Iloltand, . 


1 60 








44 


HollistoD, 


563 87 


Middleborong 






1,22 


Holyoke.. . . 


2,218 80 


Middlefield, 






1 


Hopkinton. . 


637 60 


MiddletoD. 






IS 


Hobbardston. . 


338 77 


Milford. . 






1.16 


Hudson, . 


262 35 


Millbury, 






17 


Hull, . 


231 86 


Milton. . 






4,77 


Huntington. . 


139 74 


Monson, . 






1.58 


Hyde Park, . 


774 U 


Montague, 






951 


Ipswiph, . 


600 81 


Alonteray, 






8" 


Kingston, . . 


2,910 39 


Nahant, . 






7,94. 


Lakeville. . 


698 14 


Nantneket, 






1.44 


Lnnc.TSter, 


1.179 06 


Natick, . 






95( 


Laneaborough, 


216 05 


Needham, . 






l^S" 



1874.] 



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195 



Statement XI. Banic xmx. Details 173. 


NATIONAL BANK TAX--Continued. 


New Bedford, . . f 4,860 71 


Rehoboth, . . . f 163 19 


New Brain tree, 


1 • 


403 06 


Revere, . 






132 36 


Kew Marlborough, 




237 10 


Richmond, 






16 60 


New Salem, . 




108 28 


Rochester, 






135 05 


Newbury, 




2,106 61 


Rockport, 






1,348 66 


Newburyport, 




3,779 52 


Rowley, . 






219 92 


Newton, . 




13,427 61 


Royal ston. 






1,432 73 


Norfolk, . 




339 10 


Russell, . 






52 27 


North Andover, 




2,822 06 


Rutland, . 






36 27 


N. Bridgewater, 




1,566 88 


Salem, . 






11,664 76 


N.Brookfield,. 




65 18 


Salisbury, 






1,435 89 


North Readiug, 




94 63 


Sandwich, 






978 27 


Northampton, 




4,166 41 


Saugus, . 






512 46 


NorthboTough, 




516 69 


Savoy, . 






62 00 


Northbridge, 






466 43 


Scituate, . 






809 89 


Nortlifield, 






689 83 


Seekonk, 






44 34 


Norton, . 






722 03 


Sharon, . 






464 87 


Norwood, 






858 03 


Sheffield, 






286 82 


Oakham, 






22 10 


Shelburne, 






602 14 


Orange, . 






337 20 


Sherborn, 






656 43 


Orleans, . 






1,373 36 


Shirley, , 






403 76 


Otis, 






20 14 


Shrewsbury, 






445 21 


Oxford, . 






211 47 


Shutesbury, , 




• 


61 95 


Palmer, . 






373 43 


Somerset, 






877 39 


Paxton, . 






68 81 


Somerville, 






. 3,846 99 


Peabody, 






. 6,222 55 


South Hadley, 




1,237 55 


Pelham, . 






3 63 


South Scituate, 




. 1,529 10 


Pembroke, 






360 62 


Southampton, . 




270 21 


Pep|)erell, 






614 81 


Southborough, 




786 52 


Peru, 






29 26 


Southbridge, . 




594 83 


Petersham, 






388 69 


Southwick, 






604 25 


Phillipston, 






134 08 


Spencer, . 






831 16 


Pittsfield, 






. 3,548 84 


Springfield, 






. 8,672 89 


Plainfield, 






228 96 


Sterling, 


1 




. 1,090 42 


Plymouth, 






. 3,313 95 


Stockbridge, 






. 1,486 76 


Phmpton, 






106 96 


Stoneham, 






123 51 


Prcscott,. 






12 71 


Stoughton, 






. 1,294 79 


Princeton, 






473 09 


Stow, 






200 90 


Provincetown, 






. 1,109 83 


Sturbridge, 






415 79 


Quincy, . 






. 1,732 05 


Sudbury, 






461 19 


Randolph, 






. 4,167 25 


Sunderland, 






166 42 


Ravnham, 






. 1,576 50 


Sutton, . 






393 61 


Beading, . 






679 82 


Swampscott, 






. 2,346 36 



>ll 



I 



i 

I.' 



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if 



1 1 



' .1 

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! :. 




1 !• 

■'0' 

I 



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i 1 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



NATIONAL BANK TAX— Conlinued. 



Swanzey, . . . J738 31 


West Bridgewater. 


»-3 


TauDton, 






2,058 40 


West Brookfleld, . 


54 


Tempi eton, 






1,666 54 


West Newbury, . 


1,79 


Tewksbury, 






1,142 22 


West Roxbury, 


1094 


Tisbiiry, . 






686 39 


West Springfield, . 


2,55 


TopsfielJ, 






541 96 


West Stockbridge. . 


13 


Townsend, 






72 08 


Weslfield, . 


49 


Truro, . 






345 01 


Westford, . 


74 


Tyngsborongb 






113 26 


Weslbampton, 


31 


Tyringham, 






101 38 




80 


Upton, . 






417 18 


Weston, . 


1,78 


Uxbridge, 






628 83 


Westport, . 


1,08 


Wakefield, 






937 30 


Weymoulh. . . 


4,42 


Wales, . 






7 72 


Whately, 


1,64 


Walpole, 






1,416 29 


Wilbrahani, . 


31 


Wattham, 






3.167 27 


Williamsburg, 


3.01 


Ware, . 






647 39 


Williamstown, 


94 


Wareham, 






679 77 


Wilmington, . 


e 


Warren, . 






359 95 


Winchcnilon, . 


98 


Warwick, 






238 88 




8 


Washington, 






15 40 


Windsor, 


4 


Watertown, 






1,858 09 


Winlhrop, . 


23 


Wayland, 






488 91 


Woburn,. . 


2.7a 


WehPier, 






179 50 


Worcester, . 


6,63 


Wellfleet, 






701 91 


Wrentham, . 


3- 


Wenham, 






999 68 


Yorniouth. . 


1.5i 


Westborough, 




1.004 61 






West Boylston 






266 89 




»-t38,3" 



Amount paid Institutions for SaTinga :- 



Abington Savings Bank, 


1898 04 


Berksiiire Co. Sav'gs B'k, 


11.4 


Amberst Savings Bank, . 


109 44 


Beverly Savings Bank, . 


l,3t 


Andover Savings Bank, . 


1,611 94 


Boston Fire Cents Sav- 




Arlington FiveCents Sav- 




ings Bank, . 


6,6 


ings Bank, . 


139 47 


Boston Penny S«v. B'k, 


5 


Athol Savings Bank. . 


171 06 


Braintree Savings Bank, 






4,089 19 


Bridgewater Sav'gs B'k, 


1 


Bnrre Savings Bank, 


1,146 42 


Brigiiton Five Cents Sav- 




Benjamin Franklin Sav- 




ings Bank, . . . 


1 


ings Bank, . 


173 40 


Bristol Co. Savings B'k, 


8 



JBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



LTIONAL BANK TAX—CotUinued. 



Bank, (1,419 61 
Bank, 19a 46 
B'nk, 1,302 66 

. 1,561 89 
1 for 

103 25 
Bank, S,390 66 
Cent.3 

436 22 
,nk, . 1,090 32 
Cents 

. . 6,619 
ink. 
Sank, 
lank, 
r.B'k, 609 24 



915 ! 

230 t 



ink, . 771 61 

Ifwk, 760 48 

lank, . 2,218 15 
•n for 

679 76 

iBank, 470 43 

. ". 770 13 

Bank, 6,173 29 
ivinga 



^BTt, 323 06 
ivingB 

888 34 
Bank, 770 79 
ak, . 3,477 10 
ion for 

. 2,974 48 
Cents 

. 2,787 06 
i Bank, 11,005 41 
iBtink, 3,1&4 03 



Fox borough Sav'gs B'nk, 
Framingham Sav'gs B'k, 
Franklin Sarings Bank,. 
Franklin Savings InBt'n, 
Gardner Savings Bank, , 
Georgetown Sav'ga B'nk, 
Grafton Savings Bank, . 
Great Barrington Sav'ga 
Bank, .... 
Greenlield Sav'ga Bank, 
Hampden Sav'ga Bank, . 
Hampshire Sav'ga Bank, 
Haverhill Savings Bank, 
Hingham Institution for 

Savinga, 
Holliston Savings Bank, 
Holyoke Savings Bank, . 
Home Savings Bank, 
Hoosac Savings Bank, . 
Hopkinton Savings B'nk, 
Hudson Savings Bank, . 
Hyannis Savings Bank, . 
Hyde Park Savings Bank, 
Institution for Savings in 
Nowburyport and its 
vicinity, 
InatitulJon for Savings in, 
Roxbury and vicinity. 
Institution for Savings in 
the Town of Newton, . 
Ipswich Savings Bank, . 
Lancaster Savings Bank, 
Lawrence Savings Bank, 
Lee Savings Bank, 
Leicester Savings Bank, 
Leomi nster Savings B'nk, 
Lowell Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, , 
Lowell Inatjtuti'n for Sav- 
ings, . . . 
Lynn Five Cents Savings 

Bank 

Lynu Inatitut'n for Sav'ga, 



1370 48 
1,689 05 
1,111 17 



654 77 
1,330 30 
2,753 80 
1,811 39 
7,148 99 



2,129 99 

129 30 

1,575 87 

5,274 02 

262 20 

496 74 

77 23 

1,092 08 



14,908 86 
3,112 91 

221 22 

99 91 
1,087 76 
675 24 
405 82 
518 11 
252 84 

5,504 13 

5,742 23 

5,311 81 
2,652 im 



AUDITOR'S EEPOBT. 



Stateuunt XI. 



Bunk Tu. 



NATIONAL BANK TAX— Continued. 



Maiden Savings Bank, . 


f 85 34 






Harblehead Savings B'k, 


278 60 


Savings, . . .J17,227 


Marlborough Sav. Bank, 


1,932 55 


Pi-ovident Institution for 




Mechanics' Savings B'ok, 




Savings, Salisbury and 




Holjoke, . 


74 88 


Amesbury, . 


2,103 


Mechanics'SflTingsB'nk, 




Quincy Savings Bank, . 


m 


Lowell, 


2,825 80 


Randolph Savings Bank, 


1,99( 


Medford Savings Bank, 


238 67 


Reading Savings Bank, . 


20C 


Medway Savings Bank, . 


76 01 


Rockport Savings Bank, 


1,16 


Mercantile Savings Insti- 




Salem Five Cents Sav- 




tution,. 


45 79 


ings Bank, . 


3,87 


Merrimack Eiver Sav'gs 




Salem Savings Bank, . 


5,12 


Bank 


142 04 


Scituate Savings Bank, . 


25 


Middlesex Institution for 




Seamen's Savings Bank, 


97 


Savings, . 


3,820 77 


Sfaelburne Falls Five Cts. 




Milford Savings Bank, . 


538 55 


Savings Bank, . 


1,22^ 


Millbury Savings Bank, 


826 70 


South Adams Savings 




Monson Savings Bank, . 


366 66 


Bank, .... 


49 


Niintiicket Institution for 




South Boston Savings 




Savings, . 


1384 66 


Bank 


1,72 


New Bedford Five Cents 




South Scituate Sav'gs B'k, 


75. 


Savings Bank, . 


2,006 90 


South Weymouth Sav- 




New Bedford Institution 




ings Bank, . 


1,32 


for Savings, 


20,820 86 


Southbridge Savings B'k, 


»3 


Newburyport Five Cents 




Spencer Savings Bank, . 


7 


Savings Bank, . 


1,362 11 


Springfield Five Cents 




North Adams Savings 




Savings Bank, . 


94 


Bank 


328 93 


Springfield Institution fur 








Savings, . 


7,76 


ings Bank, . 


477 28 


Stockbridge Sav'gs B'nk, 


6 


North BrookSeld Sav'gs 




Stonefaam Five Cents 




Bank 


180 94 


Savings Bank, . 


16 


North Easton Savings 




Suffolk Savings Bank, . 


6,38 


Bank, .... 


758 04 


Taunton Savings Bank, . 


93 


North EndSavings Bank, 


461 04 


Union Institution forSav- 




Northampton Institution 




i"^ 


1,39 


for Savings, 


900 07 


Union Savings B'nk,F8U 




Orange Savings Bank, . 


96 33 


River. .... 


28 


Falmer Savings Bank, . 


248 57 


Uxbridge Savings Bank, 


49 


People's Savings Bank, . 


9,002 32 


Wales Savings Bank, . 


14 


Plymoulh Five Cente 




Waltham Savings Bank, 


1,36 


Savings Bank, , 


355 44 


Ware Savings Bank, . 


4,04 


Plymouth Savings Bank, 


6,842 77 


Wareham Savings Bank, 


2,90 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



199 



STATE3IENT XL 



«BkT 



Details 173. 



NATIONAL BANK TAX^Continued. 



Wan*en Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, . 
Warren Institation for 

Savings, 
Watcrtown Sav^gs Bank, 
Webster Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, . 
Wellfleet Savings Bank, 
West Boston Sav'gs B'k, 
Westborough Savings 
Bank, .... 
Westfield Savings Bank, 
Weymouth Sav'gs Bank, 



tl,349 69 



1,648 99 
56 17 


436 48 
1,962 36 
6,074 03 


417 36 

446 81 

1,056 91 



Winchendon Sav'gs B'k, |1,086 75 

Wobum Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, . . . 1,264 84 

Worcester County Insti- 
tution for Savings, . 13,263 66 

Worcester Five Cents 
Savings Bank, . . 2,541 32 

Worcester Mechanics' 
Savings Bank, . . 3,374 32 

Worcester North Sav- 
ings Institution, . . 623 74 



f319,049 50 



Amount paid Insurance Companies : — 



American Insurance Co., 
BtvtTly Insurance Co., . 
Bovlston Mutual Insur- 

ance Company, . 
Dwelling-Houselns. Co., 
Equitable Marine Ins. 

Company, . 
Faneuil Hall Ins. Co., . 
Gloucester Fire Ins. Co., 
Holvoke Mutual Fire Ins. 

Company, . 
Manufacturers' Fire and 

Marine Ins. Co., . 
Massachusetts Hospital 

Life Ins. Co., 
Massachusetts Mutual 

Insurance Company, . 



t2,lQ5 55 
704 90 

859 00 
181 20 

351 90 
976 53 
750 55 

570 88 

1,263 20 

23 49 

833 48 



Mercantile Manne Ins. 
Company, . 

Neptune Fire and Marine 
Insurance Company, . 

North American Ins. Co., 

Prescott Insurance Co., . 

Salem Marine Ins. Co., . 

Shoe and Leather Ins. 
Company, . 

Springfield Fire and Ma- 
rine Ins. Co., 

Traders' and Mechanics' 
Insurance Company, . 

Washington Fire and 
Marine Ins. Co. . 



f4,245 51 

1,549 30 

391 16 

157 29 

1,733 70 

466 30 

2,050 92 

71 19 

1,220 80 



120,566 85 



Amount paid sundry Towns and Institutions on account of 1872 : — 



Attleborough, 


f 16 00 


Stetson School Fund, . 


f 155 54 


Barre, .... 


24 66 


Williams Academy, 


26 64 


Greenfield, 


36 29 


Association for Relief of 




Trustees of Donation of 




Aged and Destitute 




the Town of Concord, 


20 53 


Women in Salem, 


21 02 




1. 



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I 

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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Stateueht XI. 



Details 174 to 



NATIONAL BANK TAX— Concluded. 



First Church, Charlest'n, 
F irst Baptist Church3oa- 

Mas9. Baptist Cliaritable 
Society, 

Northern Baptist Educa- 
tional Society, . 

Second Church, Mana- 
gers and Deacons Sec- 
ond Church Fund, 



Williams College, Pres- 
ident and Trustees of, 

Worcester District Med- 
ical Society, 



Re-imbureed to sundry Individuals, as per Acta 1673, Chap. 



Recapitulatiok. 

Amount paid Cities and Towns 

Savings Banks, .... 

Insurance Companies, . 

Sundry Towns and Institutions on tu 

of 1872 

Re-imbursed to sundry Individuals i 
Acta of 1873, Chap. 315, . 



J438,3: 

319,0- 
20,5t 



2,51 
♦781,51 



DBTAHiS No. 174. 

WEIGHTS, MEASURES, &c. 



H. A. Davis, adjusting Weights, 



DETAHia No. ITS. 

MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY. 

(Rm. lSTS,Ch»p. M; ACU18J3, Chip. J78.] 



Appropriation paid Treasurer, 



Paid in purchase of Gold, 



LTBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



r, pHh*47ACa..Ae. DETAILS ITT TO 181. 



DBTAHa No. 177. 
KIDDER, PEABODY & CO. 



Kidder, Peabody & Co., . 



DEiTAII.B No. 178. 

McCALMONT BROS. & CO. 



r McCalmont Bros. & Co., 



DBTAILB No. 179. 

PREMIUM ON EXCHANGE. 



Exchange 


♦89,591 66 


DBTAILS No. 180. 
raRSAL EXPOSITION AT VIENNA. 

[R™. 1S73, Chmp. e.] 


68 F. Adams, Jr., Commis- 
unted for, .... 
by John D. Philbrick, Cora- 
len ting educational interests, 
tographs of Normal School 

f Education, 

ng. 


18,522 22 

1,762 30 

218 50 
30 00 
114 23 


(10,647 25 







DBTAHiB No. 181. 

ANNUAL INSURANCE TAX. 

[B«. 1«T3, dnp. T; AcU 1ST3. Chip. SM.] 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XI. 



DBTA.ILS 182 TO 



DBTAILB No. 183. 

CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AT GAY HEAD. 

[Acta 1B7I>, Chap. Hi; R«. 18T3, Chap, ta; Act* 1813, Chap. 3T( 



Paid Dukes County for expenses incurred in building roads 

at Gay Head, f78 



DBTAILa No. 183. 

CENSUS STATISTICS, 1870. 

[Acl«187S,Ch»p. 3JB.] 



Jfehemiah Brown, services preparing Statistics of. 1870, 
for binding, 



DBTAILB No. 184. 

BOSTON, HARTFORD & ERIE R. R. CO. 

[Rsa. 1973, CbBp. t; Acu IBIS, Cbip. SIS,] 



Paid Charles Allen, for services as special agent and attor- 
ney in relation to the Common wealth's interests under 
Berdell Mortgage Bonds of B. H. & Erie S.. R. Co., 



DETAILS No. ISfi. 

EXPERTS. 

[Act! IBIS, Chip. STS.] 



W. W. Godiiing, examining mental condiUon 
of Albert H. Smith 

B. D. Eastman, examining mental condition 
of Albert H. Smith 

John E. Tyler, examining mental condition 
of Jnmes McElhouey, 

Miscellaneous, 




PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



DETAILS No. 186. 

NORMAL ART-SCHOOL. 

[Br.. 1S73, Chip, tT ; AcU 1B7S, flhup. 878.] 





«1,515 41 






433 58 
S42 42 
225 00 
213 5G 
99 50 




Cases, and Imptements, 


171 00 

309 02 




f Models 


70 9ti 
86 99 




nes 


4G 80 

47 68 
20 95 


♦3^2 87 







AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XII. 



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1868, 
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1863, 
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1868, 
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1873, 
1871, 

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UBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 205 



8SSSSS88S 



?S i .sSA 



Sa6 B,i'3 

"."a,X"=S ■ ■ ■ 



AUDITOR'S REPOKT. 



Statement XII. 



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s 




8 


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JBLIC DOCUMENT— No. G. 



^HUSETTS SCHOOL FU^HD—CorUinwd. 



)F THE Fund for thi 

EAR 1873. 






e for Teachers' Institutes, 
ends, .... 

ouseBond 

*Note 

nee Policies, . 

y Cities and Towne, 


fl78 16 
4,481 2S 
4,095 00 
1,876 00 
35 33 
3^65 08 




tu Repaid. 

ote 

IseaNota, 

Note 

Note, .... 
wnNote, 


12,500 00 
6,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,.500 00 
500 00 






39,000 00 




iry 1,1873, . . . 


1106,419 82 
1.384 23 


(107,804 05 






nds, 


125,000 00 




aymenif. 

aings 

aniiary 1,1874] 


78,600 00 

174 25 

4,129 80 


1107,804 06 







kSSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FUND FOR 1873. 



me, tiDdifided, January 1, 1873, . 
Ues and Towns 


fl00,680 07 
89,891 52 


alanoe U> New Aceonnt of 1873, . 

D InTestmenta in 1873, .... 


110,788 55 
174,128 46 


ucational Expenses In 1873, . 


fl 84,9 17 01 

95,834 08 


ne, ondivided, January 1, 1874, . 


f89,082 93 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XII. 



■eho*l Faaal. 



APPORTIONMENT OF THE INCOME OF THE MASSACB 
SETTS SCHOOL FUND FOR 1873. 

[Oen. Sui-Clikp. U; AcU IBK, Chip. 3M j lUT.Chip.W; 1810, Cbip. U.] 



Suffolk County. 


Weaham, . 


•1 


Boston ^8^97 14 


West Newbury, . 


1 


Chelsea, ... 687 79 






Revere lU U 


Middlesex County. 


Winthrop, ... 119 70 


Acton, , 


fl 




Arlington, . 


2 


Essex Coumtt. 


Aahby, . 




Amesbury. . . . |282 30 


Ashland, 


1 


Andover, 






233 68 


Ayer, . . . 


1 


Beverly, 






865 95 


Bedford, 


1 


Boxford, 






130 20 


Belmont, 


1 


Bradford, 






172 91 


Billerica, . 


1 


Dan vers. 






817 29 


Boxborough, 


1 


Essex, . 






164 08 


Brighton, 


2 


Georgetown, 






182 13 


Burlington, . 


1 


Gloucester, 






697 92 


Cambridge, . ■ . 


1,6 


Grovoland, 






172 55 


Carlisle. 




Hamilton, 






125 78 


Charlestown, 


U 


Haverhill, 






627 39 




1 


Ipswich, 






203 12 


Concord, 


1 


Lawrence, 






992 56 


Dracut, . 




Lynn, . 






1,353 65 


Dunstable, . 


1 


LynnBeld, 






121 86 


Everett, 


1 


Manchester, 






162 30 


FrainiDgham, 


2 


Mnrblehead, 






395 92 


Groton, 


1 


Methueo, 






206 07 


HoUiaton, . 


2 


Middleton, 






137 20 


Hopkinton, . 


3 


Nahaat, 






106 41 


Hudson, 


3 


Newbury, 






189 22 


Lexington, . 


1 


Newhurj'port, 




568 46 


Lincoln. 


1 


North Andover, 




203 49 


Littleton, 


1 


Feabody, . 




376 76 


Lowell, . 


1,2 


Rock port, 






243 08 


Maiden, 


3 


Rowley, 






137 94 


Marlborough, . 


5 


Salem, . 






1,098 06 


Maynard, . 


1 


Saliabuty, 






230 94 


Medford, . 




Saugus, 






189 68 


Melrose, 


2 






165 37 


Natick, . 




Topsfield, . 




139 96 


Newton, 


t 



BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



TIONMENT OF INCOME— Ctrntwiwed. 



. ♦ISO 01 


Hubbarfston, . ' . |162 86 




159 84 


LancMtet, . 




161 98 




197 97 


Leicester, 






188 94 




139 46 


Leominster, 






227 24 




147 fll 


Lunenburg, 






129 84 




639 92 


Mendon, 






143 27 




268 31 


Milford. 






646 18 




139 22 


MiUbui;, 






272 64 




142 53 


New Braintree, 




124 12 




137 67 


North bo rough, 




153 40 




167 13 


Northbridge, 




238 48 




120 24 


North Brookfield, 




248 62 




261 50 


Oakham, . 




130 93 




349 89 


Oxford,. 






192 82 




262 79 


Paxton, 






122 09 




143 08 


Petersham, 






135 16 




144 20 


PhiUipaton, 






127 63 




133 13 


Princeton, 






142 64 




130 00 


Royalston, 






141 26 




201 82 


Rutland, 






141 86 




429 26 








148 63 




SouLhborough, 




171 82 


COUNTT. 






302 19 


tlT6 28 


Spencer, . 




261 14 




204 69 


Sterling, 






153 41 




141 26 


Sturbridge, 






172 19 




172 18 


Sutton, . 






244 92 




139 77 


Templelon, 






190 24 




■ 308 26 


Upton. . 






167 60 




186 46 


Uxbridge, 






216 66 




126 62 


Warren, 






170 16 




173 64 


Webster, 






249 16 




165 74 


Westborough, 




236 63 




289 12 


West BoyUton, 




211 78 




120 44 


West Brookfield. 




168 31 




167 76 


Westminster, 




168 97 




209 74 


WmchendoQ, 




239 77 




604 97 


Woroester, . 




1^662 70 




223 93 






2«4 28 


Hamfshike Coumty. 




178 28 


Amherst, , f 226 40 




145 36 






180 28 


Cherterfield, 






124 67 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XII, 



■chval FaB4. 



APPORTIONMENT OF mCOKE— Continued. 



Cammington, 


f 135 53 


Feamkun Countt. 




269 11 


Ashfield, . . . t 


Enfield. . . . 


133 14 


Bemardston, 






Goshen, 


112 89 


Bucklsnd, . 






Granby, 


126 71 


Charlemont, 








Greenwich, . 


119 71 


Colrain, 








Httdley,. 


187 66 


Conway, 








Hatfield, 


138 22 


Deerfeld, 








HuntJngton, . 


136 91 


Erring, . 








MiddleHeld, . 


129 64 


Gill, . 








Northampton, 


493 88 


Greenfield, 








Pelham, 


124 67 


Hawley, 








PlwDfleld, . 


114 00 


Heath, . 








Preacott, 


117 12 


Leverett, 








South Httdley, 


198 33 


Leyden,. 










139 41 


Monroe, 








Ware, . 


287 46 


Montague, 








WeslhunptoR, . 


124 67 


New Salem, 








Williameburg, . 


175 20 


Northfield, 








Worthington, 


128 17 


Orange, 
Rowe, . 








Hampden Coi 


PNTI. 


Shelburae, 








Agawam, . 


♦175 13 


Shuteabury, 








BUndford, . 


187 01 


Sunderland, 








Brimfield, . 


144 94 


Warwick, 








Chester, 


146 96 


Wendell, 








Chicopee, 


490 01 


Whately, 








Granville, , 


162 61 




Holland, 


115 10 


Berkshibe ConuTT. 


Holyoke, . 


526 84 


Adams « 




148 06 


Alford, . . . 




Ludlow, 


143 83 


Becket, . 




Mooaon, 


201 11 


Cheshire, . 




Montgomery, 


110 87 


Clarksburg, . 




Palmer,. 


245 47 


Dalton, . 




Russell,. . . 


127 63 


Egremont, . 




Southwiok, . 


187 75 


Florida,. 




Sprin^eld, . 


897 63 


Florida,forHoosacTun 




Tolland, 


121 73 


nel School, . 




Wales, . 


124 86 


Great Barrington, 




Westfield, . 


324 66 


Hancock, 




West Springfield, . 


206 23 


Hinsdale, 




Wilbraham, . 


172 36 


Lanesborough, 





"BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



LTIONMENT OF INCOME— Cim^tnuerf. 



f256 34 


West Roxbury, . 


1398 32 




166 47 


Wejmoiith, . 


456 32 




126 33 


Wrentham, . 


170 15 




111 79 








108 47 


Bbistol County. 




172 18 


Acushnet, 


fl36 6.5 




137 20 


Attleborough, 


362 40 




118 23 


Berkley, 


. 122 09 




601 24 


Dartmouth, . 


195 38 




139 42 


Dighton. . 


154 60 




152 80 


Eastoo, . 


251 18 




126 33 


FairhaveD, . 


167 90 




167 95 


Fall River, . 


1,869 49 




174 76 


Freetown, . 


143 09 




120 80 


Mansfield, . 


188 94 




134 62 


New Bedford, . 


831 06 




173 28 


Norton, . 


149 17 




220 25 


Raynhani, . 


150 46 




123 01 


Rehoboth, . 


161 68 




Seekonk, . 


128 19 


ODMIT, 


Somerset, 


160 68 


f 139 04 


Swanzey, 


141 98 




232 95 


Taunton, 


731 06 




327 41 


Weatport, . . 


200 74 




259 29 








183 61 


Plymouth Co 


NTY. 




293 53 


Abington, . 


I »501 25 




123 75 


Bridgewaler, 


220 99 




195 01 


Carver, . 


134 43 




200 54 


Duxbury, 


182 32 




158 55 




200 00 




342 51 


Halifax, 


117 49 




127 63 


Hanover, 


159 10 




223 01 


Hanson, 


139 96 




169 86 


Hingfaam, . 


233 68 




251 00 


Hull, . 


107 55 




139 77 


Kingston, .. 


147 51 




176 05 


Lakeville, . 


138 67 




392 23 


Marion, . . 


134 98 




288 56 


Marehfield, . 


158 74 




149 19 


Mattapoisett, 


148 26 




300 16 


Middleborough. . 


268 86 




157 84 


North Bridgewater, 


403 29 



AUDITOR'S KEPOBT. 



Statement Xn. 




Dbtaiu 


APPORTIONMENT OF TSCOiSE—Ooneluded. 


Pembroke, . 


|146 86 


Orleans, 


»1 


Plymouth, . 


805 31 


Provin cetown. 


2 


Plympt«n, . 


130 98 


Sandwich, . 


2 


Rochester, . 


133 32 


Truro, . 


1 


South Scituate, . 


153 96 


Wellfleet, . 


1 


Wareham, . 


209 66 


Yarmouth, . 


1 


West Bridgewater, 


164 83 










DuKKS County. 


Barnstable Countt. 


Chilmark, , 


♦1 


Barnstable, , 


J266 90 


Edgartown, . 




Brewster, 




147 68 


Ga; Head, . 


1 


Chatham, 




200 00 


Goanold, . 


1 


DenniB,. 




226 77 


Tisbury, 


1 


Eastham, 




127 63 






Falmouth, 




172 65 


Nabtdcket, 


2 


Harwich, 




260 08 






Idashpee, 




115 64 


Total, . 


. ♦87,0- 



EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES PAYABLE FROM INCOME < 
MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FUND. 



Secretary of the Board of Education,' 
Members' Travelline Expensea,* . 
Agents of Board of Education,* . 
American Institute of Inatraction,' 
Madsachusetta Teachers' Association,* . 
Teachers' Institutes,* .... 
Teiiehers' County Associations,' . 
Support of Normal Schools,* 
Aid to Attendants in NoimaJ Schools,* 
Normal Scliool Buildiiigs,** . 
Printing, Postage and Stationery," 



Total, 



f3,4< 
10.4: 



' AcU IMT, CliMp. MB. • 

• Geo. Btau Chip. 84. 

• AcU ISO*. Cb^M. > and Mt 1 Acta IBTS, 

Chip. Ul. 

> Acu IMS, Chap. M. 
■ Acu IMI, Chap. U. 



< AcU ISSt, Clwp. U; IH^ Ch 

ISTl, Chap. lU. 

• AcU ISM, Clup. ««. 

• R«(. IMS, Chip. SS. 
» AcU 189S, Chap. W. 

1 Oen. Blat. Chap, M; ud ntnd 



BUG DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



!ATIONAL EXPENSES— CbndMiMsd. 



so far as reDdered to this 




from Appropriation 9 for 




ses: 




ary of the Board of Edn- 




Expenses for 1873, 




(f , Members' Trateluno 




PEN9EB, 




31 1872 and 1873— 




72, 


♦11 47 




36 96 




, 28 70 


lOARD OF Education. 




nd Emenset. 

«7 and Expenses, . 




♦3,200 00 


, from Sept 1, 




4, . . . f 3.166 66 




. . . 295 79 






3,462 46 


laiT.from Dec. 




874, . . . t2,166 68 




. . . 894 97 






2,561 66 


rator. Services 




Sept. 29, 1673, f680 00 




... 96 24 






776 24 


Drawimg Schools. 




. »300 00 




rk, . . . 76 00 








th City of Bos- 




60 00 






474 49 


PtiTE OF iNarmicnoN. 




ition, .... 




'EACHERe' AaSOOATION. 




ition, . .■ , 




.8' Institdtm. 




oseph White, Secretary of 




.Ation, for tbe Support of 




» in the year 1873, . 


■ 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XII. 



EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES— Conitntted 



Teachees* Countt Associations. 








C&sh paid Aasociationa in the Counties of 








Berkshire, 1872, Hampden. Ifl72; Dukes, 
Franklin and Hampshire, Middlesex, Nor- 














folk, Plymouth and Worcester, . 






(25 


Support of Norual Schools. 








Bridge water Normal School — 








Albert G. Boyden. Principal, Salary, f 3,000 00 


















|U,400 00 




CoNTiNaENT Expenses. 








Janitors, |212 50 








Fuel 478 85 








Insurance 1,468 00 








Repairs and Furnishing, . .195 64 








Books, Eraaere, Chenucals and Ap- 








paratus 212 98 








Lectures, ...... 90 00 








Printing Diplomas, &c 74 87 








Advertising 64 22 










2,807 06 










»14,2( 


Fmmingham Normal School — 
Annie E. Johnson, Principal, Salary, |2,600 00 












Assistants' Salaries 6,651 97 










(9/)51 


97 




CoNnNQENT Expenses. 








Janitor f300 00 








Fuel 511 60 








Printing and Advertising, . . 21158 








Books and Blackboards. . . .101 00 








Lectures 60 00 








Manikin and Drawing Models, . 365 00 








Chemicals 24 00 








Grate Biirs 43 13 



















1,632 


66 


10.68 








Salem Normal School- 
















Assistants' Salaries, .... 6,849 92 










»9,849 


92 




Contingent Expenses. 








Janitor f220 00 








Fuel 464 00 








School Furniture and Repairing, . 273 98 
Repairs on Furnaces, Water Works, 
&c. 106 63 




















Engraving School-house, . . . 76 25 








Arwmnti carried forward, . . f 1,130 76 


(9,849 


92 


*34*1 



iLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



NATIONAL EXPENSES— C07«(tr(M«i 



fw^ard. 


♦1,130 76 


19,849 92 


124,891 69 


aDO, &o., . 


58 59 
6.S 12 

44 38 


1,296 85 






111,146 77 
335 00 






13,000 00 
7,699 00 


11.481 77 


School— 
cipal, Salary, 


110,699 00 
500 00 


INT Expenses. 
other App&ra- 

■ing, '. '. 


f 24» SO 
374 81 

530 72 
115 00 
221 33 

68 70 

22 72 

23 22 

(537 67 
452 75 

69 50 
33 90 


1^90 00 




TTT OF 1872. 

on Repairs, 

nttJDgoasame 
B. ■ ■ 


112,789 00 
1,093 82 


13,882 82 


School— 


f 183 36 
96 60 


'.'.'..'. 






aes, . 


279 86 






J. Expenses. 
dry School-hou 


(50,536 14 
200 00 




»50,736 U 


rs IN Normal 
mal School, 
mal School, 
hool. 
School, . 


SCHOOU. 


J1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


(4,000 00 







AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement xn. 



EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES- Ctwicioded. 



Normal School BviLDDias. 
Bridgewater, for Fioishing and PtirnisliiDg 
Art-rooni — 
Carpenter Work, .... f 152 87 

P^Dtiug, 53 13 

Desks 300 00 

Stools 46 00 

BoBxds and Rubber Blocks, . 46 00 



FTamingbam, for Fainting, Heating Appsr- 
atuB, Repairs, &o. — 

Painting, Frescoing, &c., . . |775 00 

Heattag Apparatus 30G 27 

Carpenter and Mason Work, . , 82 55 

Plumbing 163 79 

Improvement of Grounds, . . 163 55 

Farm Tools, Sods, Manure, Sec., 64 42 

Carting of Water, . . . . 135 25 



Salem, FiniahingandFumishing two Booms — 
Carpenter and Mason Work, and 

Paintins, 

Heating Arrangements, . 

Desks and Tables 



Chairs, Stools and Racks, . 
Blackboard Sur&ce, . 
Blocks and Labor, , 



(862 29 
33 93 

457 50 
90 00 
7G 00 
22 80 
19 00 



Pbintino, Postage, Stationery, &c. 
9,000 copies Annual Report — 

GompoBidoii, |939 86 

Alterations, 163 80 

Presswork 883 00 

Paper, 4,967 44 

Electrotfping and Frontispiece, 101 92 

Binding 3,740 00 

Additional Copies (Reports, £c.), . 406 56 

Printing Blanks, School RegSsterSi &c., . 

Postage, . 

StatJonerj, 

Packing Boxes and Expressage, 

Newspapers 

Plates and Cuts, 



2,146 53 
37 50 
51 20 
68 50 
S4 00 
119 65 



^LIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



SETAZIiB No. 188. 

BACK BAY LANDS FUND. 

IBM, Chap, nt ; ISW, Chap. 300 ; 19(0, Chi 



nte, . 
oM, . 
nds, 12,000, . 

Railroad'Scrip, 
■ip, . 
la. 144,000, . 

nary 1, 1874, . 




♦10,000 00 

2,000 00 
1370 00 
25,000 00 
36,000 00 
101,000 00 
43375 00 
1,255 00 


♦220,000 00 
1,900,000 00 

f 1,620,000 00 
♦27,256 00 


Unaold Lands, 

f THE FUSD FOR 1873. 

u Repaid. 
o(e 

ry 1,1873, . 


12,000 00 
£5,25.5 00 


ymenU. 

Bonds 

Scrip, .... 


•25,000 00 
1,000 00 


ry 1,1874, . 


126,000 00 
1,25.5 00 


♦2r,266 00 









DBTAHiS No. 189. 

3UNTr LOAN SINKING FUND. 

[Acta 18M, Chap. US.] 



»ct (5,773 shares),. 

cent. Scrip, 
!S Biick Bay Lands, . 
1 R^lroad Bonds, . 

cent Scrip of 1854, 
id Bonds, 
ishire Note, 

is, . ' ! ; 

Bonds, ♦21,000, 
ids, . 
13,000, . 
OB Notes, 



♦623,539 25 
84,000 00 
314,141 25 
19,750 00 
40,000 00 
310,000 00 
100,000 00 
15,000 00 
10,000 00 
19,362 77 
65,500 00 
2,670 00 
24,000 00 
42,000 00 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Stateuent XII. 



BOUNTY LOAN SINKING FUND— Con«««ed. 



Ainounl brought forward, 

Town of Clinton Notes, . 

West Roxbury Notes, 
Peabody Notes, 
Fninkliii Notes, 
Medford Bonds, f 50,000, 
Beverly Notes,. 
Marblehead Notes, . 
Maiden Notes, . 
Maiden Bonds, f 50,000, 
Melrose Notes, . 
Melrose Bonds, (£0,000, 
Orange Notes, . 
Blnckstone Notes, . 
Winchester Note, . 
Whicliendon Notes, . 
Gvolon Note. . 
Medway Notes, 
Ashby Notes, . 
Welister Notes, 
Bockport Notes, 
Wakefield Note, . 
Truro Notes, . 
Freetown Notes, 
West Springfield Notes, 
Adams Notes, . 
Wenham Notes, 
Belehertown Notes, . 
Hudson Note, . 
Scituate Notes, 
Hubbardston Notes, 
Spencer Notes, 
Hitrwieh Notes, 
Ashland Notes, 
Berlin Notes, . 
Rutland Note, . 
Revere Note, . 
Oakham Notes, 
Hopkinton Notes, 
Hadley Notes, . 
Du](bury Notes, 
Holyoke Bonds, 
Randolph Notes, 
Pittafield Notes, 
Filehburg Note, 
Essex Note, 
Holbrook Notes, 
Sominset Notes, 
Sandisfield Notes, . 
Otis Notes, 



Amounl carried forward. 



BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



If LOAN SINKING FUNP— Confmwed. 



forxoard, 

M« 


(2,876.463 27 

10,000 00 
36,050 00 
9,241 67 




Notes, . 






7 1, 1874, 


12,931.754 94 
90,415 14 






R 1873. 


125,000 00 
2,l;00 00 
6,000 00 




THE Finn) Fc 

„ipij. 

,p.id, . . 

»M, : : 






bsm 00 

4,000 00 
10,000 00 
6,000 00 
3,000 (« 
6,000 00 
44,505 17 
200,471 78 

1310,976 96 

36335 46 




paid 




M 




ent, as per last 


Report,. 


(274,141 49 


ymoUi. 


♦10,000 00 
8,000 00 

10,000 00 

36,050 00 
3.000 00 
6,000 00 

10,000 00 
. 5,000 00 

20.000 00 
9,241 67 
1.321 68 

65,118 00 






Notes 









es, . 

ny Railroad, S 
shment Fund, 


:Ock from 






fl83,726 35 
90,416 14 


274.141 49 







AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Statement XII. 



DETAOiS No. 190. 

UNION LOAN SINKING FUND. 

:U 1861, Cbap. 209; IMS, Cbip. IM; ISffi. Cbip. 9 



MasB. Union Loan Bonds, 6 per cent., . 


^755,000 00 




Mass. Union Loan Bonds, 5 per cent. 




230,000 00 




Boston, H. & E. R. R. Mortgage Lund, 




545,605 00 






2,992 00 




County of Berksliire Notes, . 






105,000 00 




Essex Notes, . 








50,000 00 




Hampshire Notes, 








75,000 00 




City of Lynn Bonds, 








200,000 00 




Somerville Bonds, 








28,000 00 




Springfield Notes, 








100,000 00 




Town of Arlington Notes, 








42,000 00 




Brighton Notes, 








10,000 00 




Brookline Notes, 








30,000 00 




Fitchbiirg Notes, 
Framlngham Notes, 








150,000 00 










4,000 00 




Leominster Notes, 








160,000 00 




Natick Notes, . 








15.000 00 




Newton Notes, 








60,000 00 




Plymouth Notes, 








10,000 00 




South Hadley Notes 
Sanderlund Notes, 








16,000 00 










6,000 00 




West Roibury Notes, 






100,000 00 




Holyoke Not«s, 






60,000 00 






12,733,497 OO 




Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1874, . 


16,608 00 




Total Fund 




12,750^ 


Transactions op the Fund for 1873. 




Loa^ Sepnid. 






U.S. Bonds, . 




1729,000 00 




Premium on U. S, Bonds, 








130,611 60 




New Hampshire Bonds, . 
Town of Brookline Notes, 








14,000 00 










25,000 00 




Framingham Notes, 






6,000 00 




North Brookfield Notes, 






8,000 00 




Sunderland Notes, . 






2,000 00 




Transferred to Troy & Greenfield R. R 






Fund- 






Town of Waltham Notes. f75,0OO « 






Wobnrn Notes, . . 20,000 « 






West Boylsten Not«3, . 23,000 0( 






Beverly Notes, . . . 40,000 0( 










158.000 00 










(1,067.61160 




Cash on hand Jan 1, 1873, . 


12,508 00 


11,080,1 









BLIC DOCUM] 



[ LOAN SINKING 



' Notes, , 

ikfieid Notes, 

ley Notes, 
ury Notes, 



■yments. 
Onion Loan 

.f300,0( 
onds to T. & 

. 130^1 



DETAILS N 
DEFENCE LOAl 

[ACU IMS, Ch* 



Ugh Notes, 

Sfotes, 

bury Notes, 
»n Notes, 



222 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement Xn. 



Debt Fond, Ae. 



Details 192. 



COAST DEFENCE LOAN SINKING YUm)— Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 

State of Maine Bonds, 

Coast Defence Bonds, 


. * 

• • 

f5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 

29,936 81 


1418,500 00 

79,762 50 
4,950 00 


Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 


$503,212 50 
3,764 66 


Total Fund, 


$506,977 16 


Transactions of the Fund for 1873. 

Receipts, 

For Town of West Newbury Note, repaid, . 

Westfield Not€, repaid, . 

Framingham, .... 

Townsend, .... 

Income on Investments, 




Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 


$52,936 81 
15,827 85 


$66,764 66 


Payments. 

For Chelsea Notes, 

Mil ford Notes, 


125,000 00 
40,000 00 


Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 


165,000-00 
3,764 66 


66,764 66 







DETAILS No. 192. 
DEBT EXTINGUISHMENT FUND. 

[Acts 1867, Chap. 197.] 



Western Railroad Stock (1637 shares), at $1.49, 
Cash in Fund January 1, 1874, . 



Total Fund, 



Receipts. 
Received for sale of 437 Shares of Boston & 
Albany R. R. Stock, 

Payments, 
For Redemption of State House Bonds, due 

October 1, 1873, 

Cash in Fund January 1, 1874, 




$243,913 00 
113 00 

$244,026 00 



$65,113 00 



65,113 00 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. . 6. 



223 



Statement XT I. 



Details 193 and 194. 



DBTAHiS No. 193. 
ALMSHOUSE LOAN SINKING FUND. 

[AcU 1852, Chap. 276; 1853, Chap. 852; 1854, Chap. 855.] 



State of Connecticut Bonds, .... 
Massachusetts State House Bonds, . . 

Lunatic Hospital and State 
Prison Bonds, 

City of Boston Bonds, 

Town of Sharon Note, 

North Chelsea Note, 



Less discount on Bonds, 



Cash in Fund January 1, 1874, 
Total Fund, . . . . 



Transactions of the Fund for 1873. 

Beceipts. 
For State of Maine Bonds, sold, 
Bounty Loan Bonds, sold. 
Town of Reading Note, repaid, 

Essex Note,- repaid, 

Beverly Note, repaid, 

Plj^mouth Note, repaid, 

Quincy Note, repaid. 
Income on Investments, 



Cash on hand January 1 , 1873, 

Payments, 
For Mass. Almshouse Bonds, redeemed. 
Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 



f 1,000 00 
14,000 00 

8,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,937 60 



f 39,937 60 
150 00 



139,787 60 
2,130 69 



f 6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,886 49 



(61,886 49 
244 20 



(60,000 00 
2,130 69 



(41,918 29 



(62,180 69 



62,130 69 



DBTAHiS No. 194. 
BOSTON, HARTFORD AND ERIE RAILROAD SINKING FUND. 

[AcU 1809, Chap. 450.] 



State -of New Hampshire Bonds, 

Maine Bonds, 
City of Fall River Bonds, 
Charlestown Bonds, 

Amount carried forward. 




(10,000 00 

249,260 00 

23,461 11 

27,486 00 

(310,196 11 



224 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement Xn. 



B., H. A Erie Fomd. 



Details 194. 



B.. H. & ERIE R. R. SINKING YJJKD^Concluded. 



Amount brought forward. 



City of Lynn Bonds, 

Chelsea Bonds, . 

Town of Somerville Bonds, . 
Adams Note, . 
Newton Notes, 
Lexington Notes, 
Westport Notes, 
Ed^artown Note, 
Medway Note, . 
Brookline Notes, 
Beverly Notes, 
Wakefield Notes, 
Hadley Notes, . 
Oakham Notes, 
Stoneham Notes, 
Revere Notes, . 
Lee Notes, 

West Sprinrfeld Notes, 
Winchester Notes, . 

Berkshire County Note, . 



Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 
Total Fund, . 



Transactions of the Fund for 1873. 

Beceipts, 
For New Hampshire Bonds, repaid, 

Westport Note, repaid, . 
Income on Investments, .... 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 

Payments, 
For Oakham Notes, .... 
Stoneham Notes, .' . . . 

Revere Notes, 

West Springfield Notes, . 
Winchester Notes, .... 

Lee Notes, 

Accrued Interest, .... 



Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 



♦13,000 00 

800 00 

49,887 58 



163,687 68 
33,051 62 



f7,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 
30,000 00 
9,100 00 
233 34 



181,333 34 
16,405 86 



1810,196 11 

8,400 00 

1,800 00 
66,000 00 
80,000 00 
60,000 00 
20,000 00 
13,600 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
67,800 00 
20,000 00 
19,600 00 
26,000 00 

7,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

9,100 00 
16,000 00 
80,000 00 
70,000 00 



f782,4% 11 
16,405 86 



1797,901 97 



196,739 20 



196,739 20 



1.874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



225 



Statement XII. 



B. B. SliftklBV Fnnd. 



Details 195. 



DETAIIiS No. 195. 
TROY & GREENFIELD R. R. SINKING FUND. 

[AcU 1854, Chap. 226; 1868, Chap. 51.] 



Mass. Bounty Loan Bonds, . 
Muss. Troy i Greenfield R. R. Bonds (f), 
Mass. Trov & Greenfield R. R. Bonds (£), 
State of BJaine Bonds, . 

Rltode Island Bonds, 

Connecticut Bonds, . 
City of Lynn Bonds, 
Back Bay Land Notes, undivided, 
City of Salem Bonds, J164,DO0, cost, 

Charlestown Bonds, f 4,000, cost, 
Roxbury Bonds, 
Dukes County Note, 
Town of Adams Notes, 

Adams Bonds, 

Amherst Notes, 

Marblehead Note, 

West Brookfield Notes, 

Beverly Notes, 

Hamilton Notes, 

Brookfield Notes, 

Holyoke Notes, 

Holyoke Bonds, 

Greenfield Bonds, 

Watertown Notes, 

Medway Notes, 

Dartmouth Notes, 

Maiden Notes, 

Lexington Notes, 

Winthrop Notes, 

Quincy Notes, 

Rochester Notes, 

Hingham Bonds, 

Rutland Notes, 

Spencer Notes, 

Oakham Notes, 

Somerville Notes, 

Brighton Notes, 

Hardwick Notes, 

Winchester Notes, 

West Springfield Notes, 

Westborough Notes, 

Framin^ham Notes, 

Stockbridge Bonds, 

West Roxbury Notes, 

Bedford Notes, 

Hadley Notes, 

Plymouth Notes, . 

Amount carried forward^ 



f 10,000 00 

34,500 00 

14,400 00 

31,000 00 

30,000 00 

26,000 00 

50,000 00 

52,285 58 

162,875 00 

3,600 00 

2,000 00 

2,400 00 

120,000 00 

32,230 00 

20,000 00 

55,000 00 

6,000 00 

145,000 00 

8,000 00 

15,000 00 

105,000 00 

121,750 00 

10,000 00 

13,768 00 

4,000 00 

6,000 00 

17,500 00 

5,000 00 

4,900 00 

25,000 00 

6,000 00 

8,970 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,500 00 

61,500 00 

38,000 00 

16,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

13,500 00 

160,000 00 

20,000 00 

60,000 00 

5,000 00 



11,571,678 58 



29 



226 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement Xn. 



Details 195. 



T. & G. R. R. SINKING YUSD—CorUinued, 



Amount brought forward. 

Town of Reading Notes, 
Essex Notes, . 
Arlington Notes, 
Medford Notes, 
Scituate Notes, 
Waltham Notes, 
Wobum Notes, 
West Boylston Notes, 



Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 
Total Fund, . 



Transactions of the Fund for 1873. 

Receipts, 
For U. S. CJoupon Bonds, sold, 

U. S. Rep^istered Bonds, sold. 

New Hampshire Bonds, sold. 

Premium on U. S. Bonds, 

Sales Back Bay Lands, . 

Back Bay Land Notes, paid, . 

Interest, Back Bay Land Notes, 

Sales of Land by Harbor Commissioners, 

Excess of f 1,000,000 in War L. S. Fund, 

Premium on U. S. Bonds, sold in Union 
Loan Sinking Fund, . 

West Brookfield Note, paid, . 

Beverly Note, paid, 

Quincy Note, paid, . 

Hamilton Note, paid. 

Income from Debt Extinguishment 

Fund, 

War Loan Sinking Fund, . 
Back Bay Lands Fund, 
Union Loan Sinking Fund, 
Troy & Greenfield Sinking Fund, 



Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 



Payments, 
For West Roxbury Notes, 
Bedford Notes, 
Stockbridge Bonds, 
South Hadley Notes, 
Holyoke Notes, 
Essex Notes, . 
Arlington Notes, . 



Amount carried forward. 



11,671,678 68 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
16,000 00 
76,000 00 
20,000 OQ 
23,000 00 



f 1,734,678 68 
20,478 18 



f 17,600 00 

10,000 00 

17,000 00 

4,306 93 

29,640 00 

100,000 00 

19,710 80 

2,419 26 

3,641 48 

130,611 60 
2,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
3,000 00 

18,666 00 
66,831 63 
12,177 97 
167,083 04 
73,634 43 



1687,811 03 
22,076 24 



f 160,000 00 
20,000 00 
13,686 00 
60,000 00 
46,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 



td08,686 00 



f 1,765,156 76 



f709,887 27 



i 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



227 



Statement Xn. 



B. B. BlnMinv Foad. 



Details 196. 



T. & G. R. R. SINKING Y\jm)^Concluded. 



Amount brought forward. 



For Medford Notes, 
Scituate Notes, 
Beverly Notes, 
Adams Notes, 
Marblehead Notes, 
Hamilton Notes, 
Lynn Notes, . 



From Union Loan Sinking Fund — 
For Waltham Notes, . 
Woburn Notes, 
West Bovlston Notes, . 
Beverly Notes, 



From Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund 
For Plymouth Notes, 
Beverly Notes, 
Quincy Notes, 
Reading Notes, 
Maine Bonds, . 
Bounty Loan Bonds, 

For accrued interest, &c., 



Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 



1308,685 00 

5,000 00 
15,000 00 
40,000 00 
22,830 00 
40,000 00 

3,000 00 
50,000 00 



75,000 00 
20,000 00 
23,000 00 
40,000 00 



5,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,394 09 



f 689,409 09 
20,478 18 



1709,887 27 



DBTAXLS No. 106. 
NORWICH AND WORCESTER R. R. SINKING FUND. 

[AcU lft54. Chap. 134.] 



The amount of the fund on the first day of 
January, 1874, was 

Viz. : Premium on sale of bonds, . 

Annual payments for 16 years, by the Nor- 
wich and Worcester R. K. Co., of flO,000, . 

Balance of interest, 



Present Investments, 
United States registered bonds of 1881, . 

Cash in hand, 

Total fand, 



120,000 00 

160,000 00 
184,084 32 



f 364,000 00 
84 32 



f 364,084 32 



f 364,084 32 



f 364,084 32 



1 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



ATE9IENT XII. 



Details 197 and 199. 



DBTAIZiS iro. 197. 

[NTKREST, NORWICH AND WORCESTER KAILROAD LOAN. 



Bh on hand January 1, 1873, for the payment of interest 

due at that date, 

ceived I'rom Norwich and Worcester Railroad Company 
ibr the payment of interest due July l,1873,and January 
1,1874, 



id interestdue January 1 , 1873, and July I, 

1873 ?24,000 00 

ah on hand to meet interest due January 1, 

1874 12,000 00 



(12,000 00 
24.000 00 



DBTAXLS No. IBB. 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 

[Acu ieS3, Chipi. IM mud Z20; IBIl, Chip. !8.) 



\aa. Bounty Fund Scrip, .... 
las. Troy and Greenfield Railroad Scrip, . 

lie of Maine Bonds 

unty of Hampden Note 

wn of West Roxbury Note, 

Brighton Not« 

Milford Bonds 

Plymouth Note 

Westboro' Note 


(16.000 00 
8,000 00 
4.000 00 
60,000 00 
80.000 00 
10,000 00 
14,200 00 
6.724 65 
12,000 00 




yof Fall River Bonds 

Salem Bonds 

Lynn Bonds 

CWlsea Bonds 

talFund, 


60,000 00 
65,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 


(360,067 40 




JUceipta. 
r United States Bonds, repaid, . 

imium on If. S. Bonds 

Bh on hand January 1, 1873, . 


(80,300 00 

10,067 40 

575 35 


(91,142 75 






Payments. 
r City of Fall River Notes, . . . 
Town of Westboro' Notes, . 
City of Chelsea Bonds, , , . . 
Town of Lee Note, 


(60,000 00 
12,000 00 
25,000 00 
4,142 75 


(91,142 75 







1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



229 



Statejcent XIL 



Details 199 and 200. 



AGRICULTURAL CdLLEGE FUSD— Concluded. 



Income of the Fund for 1873. 

Income on Investments, 

Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 


122,474 32 
5,318 00 


127,792 32 


PaymerUs. 
To A^icultural College, .... 
Institute of Technology, .... 


f 14,926 21 
7,463 11 


Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 


f22,389 32 
5,403 00 


127,792 32 







DETAUiS No. 199. 
HARBOR COMPENSATION FUND. 

[AcU 1S06, Chap. 149.] 



Cash in this account, January 1, 1873, . 

Receipts. 
Of City of Boston, on account of Atlantic 

Ayenue, being award and interest, . 
Of sundry parties, per Harbor Commissioners, 


• • 

171,837 93 
6,820 68 


f 11,430 06 
78,658 61 




• • 


PaymerUs, 
Amonut of Fund paid to Sinking Fund, 


190,088 67 
90,088 67 



DETAUiS No. 200. 

HARBOR COMPENSATION SINKING FUND. 



West Roxbury Notes due 1888-91, . 
Cash in Fund, January 1, 1874, 


• 

190,088 67 
3,500 00 
7,684 59 


f 100,000 00 
1,273 26 


Total Fund, . ... 

Transactions of the Fund for 1873. 

Beceipts. 
Balance of Harbor Compensation Fund, as 

per Details No. 199 

Interest on West Roxbury Notes, . 

Of sundry parties, per Harbor Commissioners, 


f 101,273 2[6 

f 101,273 26 
f 101, 273 26 


Payments. 
For West Roxbury Notes, .... 
Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 


f 100,000 00 
1,273 26 







230 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XIT. 



Hospitel Faiad» Ac. 



Details 201 and 202. 



DBTATLS No. 201. 
WORCESTER HOSPITAL FUND. 

[Acts 1870, Cbap. 238; 1871, Chap. 202; Res. 1872, Chap. 50.] 



Amount of Fund January 1, 1874, . 

Receipts. 
Received for Sales of Hospital Lands — 

In Notes, f 32,256 68 

Cash, 1,180 79 


■ • 

133,487 47 

25,000 00 

23,873 87 

1,458 GO 


f8,382 81 


Legislative Appropriation to pay for Land 

occupied by Worcester Normal School, 
City of Worcester Note, repaid, 
Interest on Notes, 


#83,769 94 
183,769 94 


Paymenls. 
For City of Worcester Note, .... 

C. H. Fitch Note, 

D. M. Wheeler Note, 

Re-imbursed to Revenue in Partial Pay- 
ments of amounts advanced to pay for 
New Land, Buildings, &c., . 


123,873 87 
7,000 00 
1,382 81 

51,513 26 


/ 





DETAUiS No. 202. 
COMMISSIONERS ON PUBLIC LANDS. 

[Res. 1852, Chap. 79; Acts 1857, Chap. 70; 1860, Chap. 200; 1871, Chnp. 31.] 



Balance on hand January 1, 1873, . 
Received from sales of Back Bay Lands, 



Expenses of the Year 1873. 
Commissioners. 
Franklin Haven, 142 days, at f 5, . f 710 00 
S. D. Warren, 65 days, at f 5, . . 325 00 
E. C. Purdy, 311 days, at f5, . . 1,555 00 



Filling, Curbstones, &c., . f 35,000 00 

Balance on hand January 1, 1874, 

in Back Bay Land Notes, . 120,454 86 
Balance on hand January 1, 1874, 

in Cash, .... 33,984 95 



f 2,590 00 



189,4.39 81 



f 162,489 81 
29,540 (»0 



f 192,029 81 



1192,029 81 



1874.] 



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231 



Statement Xn. 



Itaek Bay I<MiAi, A«. DETAILS 203 AND 204. 



DETAXLS No. 203. 

SALES BACK BAY LANDS. 



Received in Cash, 



Payments. 
To Troy and Greenfield R. R. Sinking Fund, . 
Commissioners Public Lands Fund, . 



129,540 00 
29,540 00 



159,080 00 



159,080 00 



DETAILS No. 204. 

NOTES AND MORTGAGES F6R BACK BAY LANDS. 



Balance on hand January 1, 1873, . 

£aceiFed in payment of Notes and Mortgages, 


• • 
« • 

■ • 

1314,141 25 

52,285 58 

120,454 86 


1673,130 56 
186,248 87 


Total Notes and Mortgages, Jan. 1, 1874, 

Belonging to the following Funds : 
Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, .... 
Troy & Greenfield Railroad Sinking Fund, . 
Commissioners Public Lands, 


f 486,881 69 
f486,881 69 




f 3,574 20 
44,109 00 
27,797 40 


Schedule of Notes and Mortgages. 
Franklin Evans, 3 Notes, .... 

15 Notes, .... 
12 Notes, .... 


175,480 60 

78,900 00 

60,157 50 
6307 50 


E. D. Jordan, 8 Notes, 

21 Notes, 

3 Notes, 

3 Notes 


f 18,942 00 

32,155 20 

21,150 00 

6,952 80 


George Wheatland, Jr., 3 Notes, . 

3 Notes, . 

6 Notes, . 

18 Notes, . 


15,733 00 

3,675 00 

16,992 00 

33,757 50 


S. H. Whitwell, 1 Note, 

INote, 


f 4,357 50 
2,450 00 




. . 


Amount carried forward^ 


(221,345 00 



232 



AUDITOR'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



Statement XIT. 



Notes and HortiTAVes* 



Details 204. 



NOTES AND MORTGAGES— ConcZttJed. 



^Amount brought forward^ 



James Eaton, 2 Notes, 

6 Notes, 



Chas. W. Freeland, 12 Notes, . 

3 Notes, . 
6 Notes, . 
6 Notes, . 
6 Notes, . 



Chas. A. Wood, 6 Notes, 
J. B. Pickett, 2 Notes, 
Frederic Pope, 3 Notes, , 
David B. Flint, 1 Note, , 

2 Notes, , 



E. W. Cutler, 6 Notes, . 
Wm. Thomas, 1 Note, . 

F. H. Moore, 1 Note, 
Stevens G. Palmer, 1 Note, 
Nathan Morse, 1 Note, . 

G. M. Gibson, 2 Notes, . 
Bezar Thayer, 2 Notes, . 
Leopold Morse, 2 Notes, . 
Alfred M. Adams, 1 Note, 
Stearns & Luce, 9 Notes, 
A. L. Mason, 3 Notes, 
James Dana, 2 Notes, 
Moses Colby, 2 Notes, 
W. T. Hart, 1 Note, 

E. W. Burr & B. F. Brown, 3 Notes, 
John F. Harris, 2 Notes, . 

F. S. Grand D'Hautville, 1 Note, 
H. S. Crowninshield, 2 Notes, 
Henry Baldwin, 3 Notes, 
S. Louis Hubbell, 2 Notes, 
H. F. Walling, 3 Notes, . 
R. D. Evans, 2 Not€S, 
Geo. W. Wild and R. Baker, Jr., 2 Notes, 
Samuel N. Brown, Jr , 3 Notes, 
J. T. Ellis, 2 Notes, . 
Henry Holton, 3 Notes, . 
J. M. Ellis, 2 Notes, 



14,855 50 
8,920 80 



fU,112 00 

4,536 00 

9,072 00 

10,886 40 

7,182 00 



1,176 00 
2,450 00 



1221,345 00 



13,776 30 



45,788 40 

19,141 20 

3,763 20 

13,305 60 



3,626 00 

12,187 32 
1,260 00 
1,176 00 
1,225 00 
1,225 00 
5,913 60 
2,352 00 
2,956 80 
1,612 80 

16,855 20 
8,715 00 
2,352 00 
8,091 20 
5,000 0(» 
8,568 00 

11,196 70 
2,832 37 
6,710 00 
9,528 00 

11,952 UO 
4,636 80 
3,696 UO 

11,814 00 
4,737 60 
3,290 00 

13,104 00 
8,148 00 

1486,881 69 



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233 



Statement XIT. 



Union Fund I«onn, Ac. 



Details 205 to 208. 



DETATTiS No. 205. 

UNION FUND LOAN. 

[Acto 1861, Chap. 209; 1868, Chap. 166.] 



Cash on hand for redemption of Bonds due July 1, 1872, . 

Received from the Union Loan Sinking Fund, for the 

redemption of Scrip due July 1, 1873, .... 



Paid for Scrip redeemed, .... 
Cash on hand January 1, 1874, for the above- 
named purpose, 



1293,500 00 
8,000 00 



f 1,500 00 
300,000 00 



f 30 1,500 00 



1301,500 00 



DETATTiS No. 206. 
STATE HOUSE LOAN. 

[AcU 1853, Chap. 191 ; 1854, Chap. 452; 1857, Chap. 197.] 



Received from Debt Extinguishment Fund for redemption 
of Scrip due October 1, 1873, 

Paid for Scrip redeemed, 



f65,000 00 
f65,000 00 



DETATTiS No. 207. 
ALMSHOUSE LOAN. 

[Acts 1852, Chap. 275; 1853, Chap. 352; 1854, Chap. 855.] 



Received from Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund for the 
redemption of Scrip due Nov. 1, 1873, .... 

Paid for Scrip redeemed, 



f 60,000 00 
f 60,000 00 



DETATTiS No. 208. 
TROY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD LOAN. 

[Acts 1854, Chap. 226; 1868, Chaps. 51 and 333; 1873, Chap. 346.] 



Received for the issue of Sterling Scrip, 
Received for the issue of Dollar Scrip, 
Caiih on hand, as per report of 1872, . 
Ret-eived from sales of materials, &c.. 
Interest on advances to W. & F. Shanlv, 



f 798,600 0'» 

400,000 (H) 

1,219,950 24 

1,243 55 

3,277 78 



$2,423,071 57 



30 



234 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XII. 



t ^frV* 



Details 209 and 210. 



TROY & GREENFIELD R. R. U) AN -^Concluded. 



Paid on account of work on the Hoosac 

Tunnel, to W. & F. Shanly, . . . f 1,057,490 23 
Paid McClallan, Son & Walker, . . . 52,698 41 

Engineering, &c., 27,157 75 



Balance in Cash applicable to further expense on account 
of the Hoosac Tunnel, 



11,137,346 39 



11,285,725 18 



DETAUiS No. 20e. 
TODD NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 

[Acts 1850, Chap. 63.] 

Town of Winthrop Note, 

Town of Plymouth Note, 

City of Cambridge Bonds, 

Income of the Fund. 

[Gen. Stat. Chap. 86.] 

By Cash on hand January 1, 1873, 

Interest on Town of Plymouth Note, 
Interest on Town of Winthrop Note, 
Interest on Cambridge Bonds, 

To amount paid Treasurer Board of Education, . 
Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 



f 1,100 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 



f 12,100 00 



?98 50 

300 00 

77 00 

360 a> 



f835 50 
98 50 



#737 00 



DETAUiS No. 210. 

ROGERS BOOK FUND FOR STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR 

GIRLS. 

[Acta 1857, Chap. 215.] 



State of Maine Scrip, 



Income of Fund. 

[Oten. Stat. Chap. 36; Acts 1868, Chap. 8.] 

By cash on hand January 1, 1873, . 
Interest on Maine Bonds, . 

Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 




f 1,000 00 



^95 0f> 
9.1 i»0 I 



1874.] 



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235 



Statement XII. 



BteCe PrUon liOan, Ac. DETAILS 21 1 AND 212. 



DETAILS No. 211. 

STATE PRISON LOAN (New). 

[Acta 1878, Chap. 155.] 



Received from the War Loan Sinking Fund, . 


• 


• 


15,000 00 


This amount has been carried to the account 
of Commissioners on New State Prison, as 
a nucleus of a Building Fund, . 


• 


• 


5,000 00 


Expended by Commissioners, in 
Forliand, .... 
Commissioners' Expenses, 


187a— 
. f 500 00 
. 416 75 


f916 


75 








• 


Cash in Fund January 1, 1874, 


• • • 


4,083 25 


5,000 00 







DETAUiS No. 212. 

MASSACHUSETTS WAR LOAN SINKING FUND. 

[Acta 1865, Chap. 122; 1860, Chap. 446.] 



Boston & Albany R. R. Stock, 5,918 shares, 
at 1149 

Town of Brookline Notes 

Brighton Notes, .... 

^tate Treasurer's Note for Commissioners on 
Prisons, 


1881,782 00 
58,000 00 
55,000 00 

5,000 00 




Cash in Fund January 1, 1874, 


1999,782 00 
232 60 


f 1,000,014 60 


J.UIjCli X* tlUU, .... . . 


13,541 48 
5,000 00 


iRAXSACnONS OF THE FUND FOR 1873. 

Receipts, 
Cash in Fund January 1, 1873, 

Faymenis. 

Excess of Fund transferred to Troy & Green- 
field R. R. Sinking Fund, .... 

L>aned to Commissioners for building new 
State Prison, 


f8,774 08 


Caeh in Fund January 1, 1874, 


f8,541 48 
232 60 


18,774 08 







236 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XIT. 



"MwuM. Tolnnteers. 



Details 213. 



DETATTiS No. 213. 
MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS. 



Cash on this account January 1, 1873, . 

Payments . 

To Sundry Parties, 

Cash on hand January 1, 1874, 




♦47,428 29 



♦47,428 2y 



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237 



Statement XII. 



17BprodueUT«f Property. 



SCHEDULE OF THE UNPRODUCTIVE PROPERTY 

OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 



TROY AND GREENFIELD RAILROAD 
AND HOOSAC TUNNEL. 

Expenditures on account of, . 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND INSTITU- 

tio:ns.* 

State House and Land — 

Building, , 

Land, (>a,200 feet, at f 9, . . . . 



Lunatic Hospital, Worcester — 
Buildino; and fixtures, . 
Land, I IS acres, . 
Land and Buildings (New), . 



Lunatic Hospital, Taunton — 
BuJl diners and fixtures, . 
Land, l?5o acres, . . 



Lunatic Hospital, Northampton- 
Buildings and fixtures, . 
Laud, 170 acres, . . . . 



Lunatic Hospital, Danvers — 
Land purchased, . 



Reform School for Boys, Westborough — 

Boildincrs, 

Orijrinal land donated by Mr. Lyman, 250 
acres, at a cost of f 12,600 ; total land now 
ijoNinging to this Institution, 280 acres, . 



Industrial School for Girls, Lancaster- 
Building, fixtures, and 175 acres land, . 



Amount carried forward. 



f 043,429 91 
569,250 00 



f 194,000 00 

22,600 00 

169,954 24 



f 2 47,937 07 
16,000 00 



1382,547 75 
15,000 00 



fl45,351 01 



18,000 00 



^10,840,374 36 



1,212,679 91 



386,554 24 



t263,937 07 



397,547 75 



39,542 50 



163,351 01 



t65,950 89 



113,369,937 73 



* The valaation herein reported is the amount taken from tlie Ledger account, aod shows 
'h^ amoanti expended for real estate. 

t Valuation, according to report of Trustees, including personal property, $276,167.54. 
: V&l nation, according to report of Trustees, includiDg personal property, $92,448.75. 



238 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement XII. 



lJnprodnetlT«» Property.. 



UNPRODUCTIVE PROPERTY— Conc/Mdcd. 



Amount brought forward. 

State Prison — 
Buildings, .... 
• About 6 acres land, 
Land for New Prison, . 



State Primary School, Monson — 
Building and fixtures, . 
Land, 247 acres, .... 



State Almshouse, Tewksbury — 
Buildings and fixtures, . 
Land, 194 acres, . . . . 



State Workhouse, Bridgewater — 
Buildings and fixtures, . 
Land, 156 acres, .... 



State Arsenal, Cambridge — 
Buildings, .... 
Land, 



Ma^zine and Wharf at Captain^s Island, 
Weights, Measures and Balances, 
State Library, 



Militia Camp Ground, Framingham- 

Land, 

Buildings, &c., .... 



Total, 



113,369,937 73 



1563,746 71 

250,000 00 

8,000 00 



fl36,052 14 
16,000 00 



f 190,055 56 
20,000 00 



f 142,398 55 
9,000 00 



137,526 36 
13,500 00 



f 9,840 00 

5,500 00 

60,528 09 



114,638 00 
21,409 97 



821,745 71 



'151,052 U 



t210,05o i)^ 



151,398 .^5 



61,026 M 



75368 09 



36,047 9i 



f 14367,132 11 



* Valnatioo, according to report of TruBtees, Including personal property, $18S,906J0. 
t Valuation, according to report of Trustees, including personal property, $361,891.04. 



Note. — A large portion of the Flats of the Commonwealth are not 
included in this Statement, the value of which has never been estimated. 
There are also five Normal School establishments, the value of ^hich 
has not been ascertained. 



1874.] 



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239 



Statement Xn. 



BANK DEPARTMENT 



SAFETY FUND BANK. 
Cr. 
By Pablic Stocks on Deposit, Dec. 31, as follows :• 
Town of Natick five and one-half per cent. Bonds, 



♦2,000 00 



240 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



APPENDIX. 



The following Analyses exhibit the details of Expenses 
paid in 1873, on account of 1872, and previous years, which 
were not rendered in season to appear in the last Annual 
Report of this Department : — 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

DOOUKEEPERS, MESSENGERS, &C. 
Reoclab Skssion. 

William M. Wise, . . . . f 30 00 



George H. Simmons, 



30 00 



SFKCIAL SB88I0». 




Thomas J. Tucker, Jr., . 


f .30 00 


Herbert Morissey, 


18 00 


Henry B. Thayer, 


12 00 


William M. Wise, . 


12 00 


George H. Simmons,. 
O.F.Mitchell, 


12 00 


9 00 


H. W. Bates, .... 


6 00 


James Givens, .... 


6 00 



Senate Printing and Binding. 
500 Index to Senate Documents, Special Ses- 
sion, 



HoiSE Printing and Binding. 

Journal of House, Special Session, . 

Legislative Contingent. 
Sundry parties — Washing and Cleaning State 
House, and clearing Snow, .... 

Ice, 

Miscellaneous, 

Stationery, Printing, &c. 
Ordered by Sergeani-ai-Amis, 

Postage, 

Dictionaries, 

Lettering Documents, 

Paper and Record Books, .... 
Sundry Stationery, 



Amount carried forward^ 



f 60 00 



105 00 



?147 90 

490 80 

14 20 


f 7 00 
20 00 

12 00 
10 25 

13 12 



|165 (XI 



28 75 



An i'i 



652 ^» 



62 ST 



fl,381 



« I 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



241 



AmoufU brought forward^ .... 

Expenses of Leoislatiye Committees. 

Committee on Charitable Institations — 
Hotel Expenses and Travellinff Fares, to Na- 
tional Asjlam, Togus, Maine, . 

Committee on Mercantile Affairs — 
Advertising, 

Committee on Horse Railroads — 

Adrertising, f 2 80 

Adrertising, 1869, .... 1 60 

Committee on Education — 
AdFertising, 

Committee on Military Affairs — 
Advertising, 

Committee on Towns — 
Advertising, 1871, 

Committee on Mannfactmres— 
Advertising, 1871, 

Committee on Judiciary — 
AdTertdsing, 1869, 

Spsoal Sssnov. 

Committee on Insurance- 
Advertising, f 68 62 

Committee on Buildings, Streets, 
&c. — 
Adyertising, 16 08 

Committee on Railways — 
Advertising, 7 76 

Committee on Parishes, ^c. — 
Advertising, 5 12 

Committee on Harbors-^ 
Advertising, 4 61 

Committee on Municipal Loan — 
Advertising, 8 88 

Committee on Fire Commission — 
Advertising, 1 60 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
Council Postage, Printing, Etc. 
500 copies Report— Value of Notes and Secur- 
ities, 



SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 
Extra Clerks. 
George I>erby,Services on Registration Report, 

Amount carried forward, .... 



f 1,880 77 



f 200 40 


8 60 


4 80 


8 00 


1 60 


1 60 


1 00 


1 26 



f 216 46 



106 86 



f 1,704 08 




828 81 



31 



242 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward, . 

Secretary's Incidentals 
Paper, of all kinds, . 
Record and Blank Books, 
Pens, Pencils and Erasers, 
Ink and Mucilage, . 
Twine, Tape and Ribbon, 
Sundry other Stationery, . 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Contingent EIxpenses. 
Newspaper, ....... 

AUDITOR'S DEPARTMENT. 
Extra Clerks. 
Charles P. Dodge, 



STATE HOUSE EXPENSES. 
Repairs, Improvements, Etc. — Ordinary. 

Carpeting, 

Labor on Carpets, 

Painting Signs, &c., 

In and about the State House, including 
Grading and Turfing of Passageway — 

Carpeting, f 672 44 

Whitening and Coloring, . . 148 75 
Painting, 74 02 



Fly Doors to Senate. 



Broadcloth, 



GRADtNG Passageway. 

Manure, f48 00 

Labor 39 00 



Fuel and Lights. 
Repairs on Heating Apparatus, 
Removing Ashes, 



STATE PRINTING. 
Printing Public Documents. 
2,000 copies Treasurer's Report, 
2,000 copies Abstract of Corporations, . 
2,000 copies Report — Asylum lor Blind, . 

Amount carried forward, . 



(53 25 
34 25 
9 25 
11 35 
21 75 
11 00 



f 122 95 

107 25 

21 50 



(895 21 
72 50 



87 00 



(35 10 
78 00 



(310 71 
521 49 
243 39 



(1,075 59 



(oOOOO 



140 85 
(640 So 



(10 00 



(100 00 



(251 70 



1,054 71 



113 10 
(1,419 51 



1874J 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



243 



JmoutU brought forward, 

'. 2,0(10 copies Aggregate of Polls, Property and 

1^ copies Attomey-GeneraPs Report, . 

2fi00 copies Commissioner Savings Banks, 

2,000 copies Auditor's Report, . 

2,500 copies Adjutant-Generars Report, . 

2fiOO copies State Library, 

6,500 copies Railroad Commissioners' Report 

2yVX) copies State Board of Health, . 

2,000 copies Nautical School, . 

4,000 copies State Charities Report, . 

2,000 copies Registration Report, 

8,000 copies Insurance Report, 1st Part, . 

4,000 copies Insurance Report, 2d Part, . 

Report of Board of Agriculture, in part, . 

6oO Index to Public Documents, 

Binding 4,200 copies Public Documents, . 

Binding balance of Insurance Report, . 

Binding 80 Vols. Acts and Resolves, 

Binding 43 Vols. U. S. Census, 1870, 

Labels and Lettering, .... 

PuBUC Documents, 1871. 
Reprinting 3 Vols. 
600 copies Railroad Commissioners' Report, 
600 copies Insurance Commissioner's Report 

Parti, 

60<J copies Insurance Commissioner's Report 

Part 2, 

600 copies Board of State Charities Report, 

fiJX) copies Auditor's Report, . 

*)00 copies Commissioner on Savings Banks, 

6(X) copies State Board of Health, . 

6i)0 copies Treasurer's Report, . 

600 copies Adjutant-General's Report, 

600 copies Returns of Corporations, 

600 copies Attorney-General's Report, 

W copies State Prison, .... 

6C1O copies Agent of Discharged Convicts, 

f^'^'f copies Sheriffs' Returns, 

6^)0 copies Registers of Deeds, . 

^K> copies State Reform School, 

6"0 copies Nautical School, 

^/i*) copies Industrial School for Girls, 

M copies Northampton Hospital, . 

600 copies Taunton Hospital, . 

6<X> copies Worcester Hospital, 

♦JOO copies Bridgew^ater Almshouse, . 

^ff) copies Monson Primary School, 

6«»() copie.s Tewksbury Almshouse, . 

*><>•> copies Asylum for Blind, . 

»X»0 copies Scliool for Idiots, . 

f^>0o copies Polls, Property, &c.. 

Amounts carried forward, . 



f 1,076 69 



244 63 

80 72 

1,038 26 

821 01 

668 31 

260 20 

8,243 92 

2,224 92 

62 89 

6,614 36 

1,913 91 

4,847 91 

3,061 86 

2,679 47 

67 73 

6,400 00 

116 00 

110 60 

129 00 

61 30 



J2,625 24 

2,111 69 

1,106 10 
1,633 13 
861 72 
669 16 
698 68 
183 95 
172 31 
274 68 

46 68 
82 92 
12 96 
14 13 
14 13 

146 85 
63 88 
38 33 

122 68 
73 74 

375 23 

47 25 
92 06 
77 45 

126 82 

52 34 

100 68 



f 38,681 37 



111,602 57 



138,681 37 



244 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

600 copies Commissioners Public Lands, 
600 copies Index to 3 Vols., 



PuBLisHENO Laws. 
Boston Advertiser, Extra Session, 



Adyebtisino Peoposals fob Printing. 
Boston Post, 



Stereotype Plates for General Statutes. 
Electrotyping and Stereotyping Plates to Gen- 
eral Statutes and Supplement to same, 

Commissioners on General Statutes. 
William A. Richardson and George P. Sanger, 
for Editing, 



JUDICL/IRY. 
Attornet-General^s Expenses. 

Civil Actions, 

Court Fees and Expenses, 

Law Books and Reviews, . . . . 

Book Case, 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 

Expenses. 
Printing Blanks, &c., . . . . 
Publishing Insurance Notices, . 
Stationery, 



HARBOR COMMISSIONERS. 
Expenses. 
Printing Blanks, .... 



COMMISSIONERS ON INLAND FISH- 
ERIES. 
Expressage, 



RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 
Expenses. 
James Laurie, Services, examining Bridges 

and Reporting on same, ... 
T. R. Welles, Services, Tabulating Railroad 

Returns, 

H. Mar, copying 

Printing Circulars, &c., 

Dictionary and Magazine, .... 
Advertising, 



f 11,602 57 

7 86 
37 17 



f 266 00 
16 48 
15 45 
24 29 


f 296 06 
62 75 
21 40 



(450 00 



425 00 


32 00 


95 09 


13 50 


3 38 



f 38,581 37 



11,647 10 

250 00 

700 



11,534 66 



500 00 
f 62^20 13 



f 320 22 



(380 21 



(27 65 



(5 70 



(1,018 57 



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245 



LIQUOR COMMISSIONER. 
C. A. Richards & Co., Assignees of J. A. 
Brodhead, interest on money advanced, 

COMMISSIONERS ON INDIAN LANDS. 

£. S. Whittemore, Commissioner — 

Sernces, |95 00 

Expenses, 41 00 

Ezra T. Pope, Commissioner — 

SerTices, f 205 00 

Expenses, 92 50 

Nathaniel Hinckley, Commissioner — 

Services, |330 00 

Expenses, 12 80 

Services and Expenses of Assistants, 
Publishing Notice, 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Expenses. 

A. H. Nichols, Report on Adulteration of Milk, 

Edward Jarvis, Report on Infant Mortality, . 

Travelling and sundry Expenses of Board, . 

Copying, 

Pnntins: Blanks, 

Miscellaneous, 

AGRICULTURAL. 
Secretary's Clerks, &c. 
J. M. W. Yerrinton, Report of Annual Meet- 
ing, 

Incidentals of the Board. 

Binding and Lettering Documents, . f 6 60 

Farmers^ Magazine, . 12 00 

Stationery, 5 33 

Mebibers' Travel. 
L. H. Bradford, 

Cattle Commissioners. 
Leri Stockbridge, Commissioner — 

Services, |6 00 

Expenses, 11 03 

E F. Thayer, Commissioner — 

Services, f 24 00 

Expenses, 18 85 



tl36 00 



297 60 



342 80 

203 62 

4 00 


(250 00 

250 00 

78 59 

35 50 

15 26 

7 00 



(205 50 



23 93 

10 00 




15,250 00 



(983 92 



(636 35 



(239 43 



59 88 
(299 31 



246 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[J&Q. 



CHARITABLE. 
Bbidgewateb Workhouse — Miscellaneous 

Expenses. 

Groceries and Provisions, 

Steam-Pipe Valves, Repairs, &c., 

Lumber, &c., 

Bone Points, 

Shoes, 

Support op Lunatic State Paupers. 

Taunton Hospital, 1868, 

Worcester Hospital, .... f 462 60 
Worcester Hospital, 1871, . . 190 00 

Worcester Hospital, 1870, ... 100 50 



(283 96 

190 56 

142 33 

70 00 

37 80 




(724(5 



8U50 



Support op State Paupers — Paid Cities and Tovms, 



Ablngton, . 
Acton, 
Acton, 1871, 
Adams, 
A^awam, . 
Alford, 
Arlington, . 
Arlington, 1871 
Ashburnham, 
Ashland, 1871, 
Attleborough, 
Attlebor'h, 1871 
Aver, . 
Blandford, . 
Boston, 
Boston, 1871, 
Boston, 1870, 
Braintree, . 
Cambridge, 
Charlestown, 
Charlest'n, 1871 
Chelsea, 
Cheshire, 
Chicopee, 
Concord, 
Danvers, 
Dedham, 
Dedham, 1871, 
Dedham, 1870, 
Dudley, 
Easthampton, 
Fall River, 
Fall River, 1871, 



(67 11 
17 14 
32 57 

170 50 

62 00 
41 60 

17 14 
34 29 

63 42 

8 57 
253 78 
312 02 

94 29 

30 00 

4,067 71 

225 44 

193 71 

57 00 

372 66 

81 26 

15 00 

184 11 

101 29 

87 57 

18 86 
53 85 
99 43 

9 00 
18 00 
75 89 
89 43 

928 47 
375 00 



Fitchburg, 
Fitchburg, 1871, 
Fitchburg, 1870, 
Framingham, 
Franklin, . 
Gardner, 
Gloucester, 
Haverhill, . 
Hingham, . 
Holden, 
Holden, 1871, 
Holliston, . 
Holyoke, . 
Holyoke, 1871, 
Holyoke, 1870, 
Hopkinton, 1870 
Huntington, 
Huntingt'n,1871 
Hyde Park, 
Hyde Park, 1871 
Lawrence, . 
Lee, . 
Littleton, . 
Longmeadovr, 
Lowell, 
Lynn, 
Lynn, 1871, 
Maiden, 
Marblehead, 
Marlborough, 
Melrose, 1871, 
Montague, . 
Natick, 



(76 97 
65 25 
68 28 

130 00 
11 00 

88 66 
601 60 
181 21 

15 43 
11 00 
53 14 
45 00 
99 00 

185 85 

125 00 
91 50 
52 32 
27 00 

197 72 
57 60 

100 57 
9 00 

89 14 
31 71 

137 35 
529 77 
39 00 
34 83 
25 21 
45 43 
136 00 
68 57 
18 00 



Amount carried forward. 



(1,539 1 



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Amount brought forward^ .... 
Support of State Paupers — Concluded. 



f 1,539 16 



yatick, 1871, 
Xatick, 1870, 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 
Newburyp't, VO 
Newr Bramtree, 
New Marlboro', 
Northbridge, 
X. Bridffewater 
N. Brookfield, 
Northampton, 
Norton, 
Otis, . 
Palmer, . 
Palmer, 1870, 
Peabody, . 
Pittsfiefd, . 
Pittsfield, 1871, 
Pittsfield, 1870, 
Qoincy, . 
Qnincy, 1869, 
Rehoboth, . 
Rockport, . 
^wley, . 
Kotland, . 
Salem, 
Salem, 1870, 
Scitnate, . 
Southbridge, 
Southbridge,71, 



(8 20 

10 29 

708 61 

451 00 

35 25 

6 86 

80 00 

90 58 

40 03 

39 44 

15 00 

10 00 
72 41 
15 43 
64 29 
33 50 

195 46 
19 79 
53 98 
78 00 
15 00 

77 71 
18 00 
45 02 
18 50 
49 60 
47 46 

11 00 

78 57 
151 11 



Southborough, 
South Hadley, 
S. Hadley, 1871 
Stoneham, . 
Sudbury, . 
Swanzey, . 
Springfield, 
Springfield, 71, 
Springfield, 70, 
Taunton, . 
Tisburv, 1871, 
Tisbury, 1870, 
Topsfield, 1871, 
Uxbridge, . 
Waltham, . 
Wendell, 1870, 
Watertown, 71, 
West Bovlston, 
W. Br'kfleld, 71 
Westtield, . 
Westford, . 
Westport, . 
Wilbraham, 
Winehendon, 
Woburn, . 
Wrentham, 
Worcester, 



Mass. Infant Asylum, 



f 9 57 
25 00 

20 00 
29 00 

19 42 
24 86 

384 94 

389 79 

3 43 

280 25 

37 86 

24 35 

21 00 
66 96 
21 43 

20 00 
159 23 

59 94 
5 71 
96 92 
34 00 
52 00 
8 57 

225 25 
85 29 
18 21 

453 10 



f 16,822 39 



440 56 



Burial of State Paupers — Paid Cities and Towns. 



Acton, 
Adams, 
Adams, 1871, 
Arlington, 1871 
Andover, . 
Ashbumham, 
Attleborough, 
Auburn, . 
Blackstone, 
Boston, 



f 10 00 


50 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


20 00 


28 50 


10 00 


15 00 


3,658 00 



Cambridge, 
Chariestown, 
Clinton, 
Concord, . 
Dedham, . 
Dighton, . 
Douglas, . 
Easmam, . 
Fitchburg, . 
Gardner, . 



f 20 00 

105 00 

10 00 

20 00 

25 00 

10 00 

5 00 

5 00 

50 00 

10 00 



17,262 96 



Amount carried forward^ 



f 18,802 10 



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[Jan. 



Amount brought forward, .... 
BuBiAL OP State Paupers — Concluded. 



Gloucester, 
Haverhill, . 
Holden, 
Holliston, . 
Holyoke, . 
Holyoke, 1871, 
Hopkinton, 1870 
Hyde Park, 
Lawrence, . 
Lowell, 
Lvnn, 
Maiden, 
Melrose, 1871, 
Millbury, . 
Millbury, 1871, 
Montague, 
Natick, 
Natick, 1871, 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 
Nortbbridge, 
N. Bridgewater, 



(30 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


49 00 


20 00 


10 00 


10 CO 


20 00 


180 00 


70 00 


15 00 


10 00 


24 76 


16 00 


15 00 


10 00 


20 00 


115 00 


26 00 


10 00 


10 00 



North Reading, 

Orleans, . 

Palmer, 1871, 

Palmer, 1870, 

Peabody, 

Pittsfield, 

Quincy, 

Randolph, 

Salem, 

Springfield, 

Sudbury, 

Taunton, 

Waltham, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 71, 

Westfield, . 

West Boylston, 

West Newbury, 

Winchendon, 

Woburn, . 

Worcester, 



Expenses Contagious Diseases. 



Acton, 
Adams, 
Amesbury, 
Attleborough, 
Blackstone, 
Boston, 
Cambridge, 
Charlestown, 
Chelsea, . 
Chicopee, . 
Dedham, . 
Dighton, . 
Fall River, 
Fitchburg, . 



(90 00 


15 26 


105 71 


17 14 


157 14 


114 29 


207 72 


457 62 


211 72 


12 86 


10 00 


147 14 


41 48 


m 16 



Franklin, . 
Gloucester, 
Holyoke, . 
Lawrence, . 
Lowell, 
Provincetown, 
Salem, 
Sprinorfield, 
Taunton, . 
Wakefield. . 
Waltham, . 
Woburn, . 
Worcester,. 



Transportation op State Paupers. 
Cash paid Fares to Trans-Atlantic Ports and 

British Provinces, 

Cash paid fares in United States and Canadas, . 
Boara, 

Amounts carried forward, ... 



(10 00 
20 00 
50 00 
80 00 

15 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 

200 00 
270 00 
10 00 
55 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 

16 00 
25 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
35 00 



(18302 10 



(212 17 
144 29 
147 14 
135 71 

42 86 

43 28 

44 28 
265 28 

1,911 89 

64 43 

200 00 

48 57 

42 86 



(148 00 

251 61 

9 80 



(409 41 



5,685 25 



5,076 44 



f 29,563 79 



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Amounts brought forward^ 



Carting and Telegrams, 
Assistance, 



Amonnt paid Cities and Towns under Acts 
1872, Chap. 46, 



Secretary Board of State Chabitibs. 
Contingent Expenses, 
Stationery, 



Vismxo Agent Board of State Charities. 

Expenses, 
Advertising, 



Coroners' Accounts. 
Suffolk County, 



Lewis A. Horton, 



Pensions. 



MILITARY. 
Adjutant-General's Incidentals. 
Printing Blanks, 



Quartermaster's and Ordnance Bureait. 

£j[pressage to and ^om Arsenal, . 

Work on 3d Light Battery, .... 



Military Accounts. 

Board of Officers, preparing Manual for Pea- 
body Rifles, 

Amos* Cummings, services and expenses at- 
tending Court-Martial, (Res. 1873, Ch. 39), 

Plans, &c., on proposed grounds for State 
Arsenal, &c., at Sterling, 

Use of Horses (Great Fire), . 

Co. E, 6th Regt. Infantry (;Elementary Drills) 

Expenses attending Elections, . 

Advertising General Orders, &c., 



Newburyport, Special Duty of Co. A, 8th Regfe 
Infantry (1870), 



Amount carried forward. 



(409 41 

28 15 
105 00 



(542 56 
369 58 



(138 45 
17 50 



(296 50 

137 50 

75 00 
60 00 
40 80 
23 60 
26 10 



(659 50 
215 00 



(29,563 79 



912 14 



21 27 



5 00 



669 88 



50 00 
(31,222 08 



(111 87 



155 95 



874 50 
(1,141 82 



82 



250 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward, 



Militia Bounty— Camp Duty, 
Gen. Isaac S. Burrell and other ofl&cers, . 
Gen. George H. Peirson and oUier oflScers, 
Gen. Robt. H. Chamberlain and other officers, 
Col. Edgar J. Sherman and other officers, 



A. H. Quint, Chaplain, Mileage, 

Chas. W. Howland, Hospital Steward,Mileage, 



Halifax, 



Abmort Rents. 



f 295 00 
278 00 
257 00 
162 00 




(1,141 82 



994 68 



50 00 



Great Fire in Boston. 



Boston, 
Cambridge, 
Charles town, 
Chelsea, . 
Concord, . 
Hudson, 
Hyde Park, 



131,634 42 


197 30 


7,194 72 


1,769 00 


263 10 


397 28 


147 58 



Med ford, . 
New Bedford, 
Newton, . 
Peabody, . 
Somerville, 
West Roxbuiy, 
Wobum, . 



Muster Ground for Militia. 

Purchase of Land, 

Expenses of Conveyances, - . . . . 
Stephen Holmes, on Contract for Building, 

A. R. Esty, Architect, 

SuiTeying and Drawing Plans, 

Use of Men and Teams — Clearing Ground, 

Laying Walls, Ploughing, Sowing Seed, &c.. 
Digging and Laying Wells, and Hogsheads 

for same, 

Pumps, Pipe and Labor, 

Excavating Cellar, and Mason-work, 

Window-sflls, Caps, Plinths, &c.. 

Lime and Cement, ..*.... 

Oak Tanks 

Grass-seed, 

Carting Water, Stone, &c , 

Lumber for Stone-mason*s Shed, &c.. 

Laying out and Superintending Construction 

of Drain and Outlet, 

Rent of Land, and Repairs of Fence, 
Flag Staff and Topmast, .... 
Moving Camp Equipage, Clearing Ground, &c., 
Care ol Camp Equipage, 

Amounts carried forward. 



(469 70 
235 10 

1,514 60 
171 60 
234 08 

1,498 30 
209 60 



(14,600 00 

38 00 

14,000 00 

600 00 

118 00 

806 12 

867 87 

83 65 
725 93 
919 85 

67 04 
144 00 

90 45 
290 21 

79 05 

50 00 
253 00 
275 00 
400 50" 
202 50 



(34,511 17 



45,931 38 



*48,117 88 



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Amounts brought fonuard. 


184,511 17 


♦48,117 88 


Insurance, 


20 00 




Water Pails, 


6 00 


34,637 17 






Mileage op Mass. Vol Militia. 




• 


Cities and Towns, 


(2,163 08 




Col. Parsons and other Officers, 2d Reg't Tnf 'y, 
Col. Beal and other Officers, 6th Reg't Infantry, 


30 72 




13 44 


« 


Major Gaul and other Officers, 2d Batt Infantry, 


11 76 


2,219 00 


Regimental Encampments. 




Use of Land for — 






5th Regiment of Infantry, .... 


f 275 00 




6th Regiment of Infantry, 






275 00 




8th Regiment of Infantry, 






115 00 




9th Regiment of Infantry, 






150 00 


, 


lOth Regiment of Infantry, 






150 00 




Ist B«ittsiIion of Infantry, 






156 00 




2d Battalion of Infantry, 






30 00 




1st Battalion of Cavahy, 






100 00 


^ 


CompMiny F, Unattached Cavalry, . 






25 00 




1 St Battalion Light ArUUery, . 






200 00 




3d Light Battery, .... 






25 00 




4th Light Battery, . 






54 00 




5th Light Batteiy, .... 






150 00 




2d Company of Cadets, . 






40 00 


1,745 00 




a • 


AmourU carried forward, . 


1 < 


1 ■ 


(86,619 05 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



REFORMATORY AND CORRECTIONAL. 

State Police. 

Rent and Taxes, 

Printing Blanks &c., 

E. J. Jones (Res. 1873, Chap. 3o), . 



State Prison. 
Inspectors^ Expenses. 

[Ees. 1878, Chap. 8.] 

Survey and Plan of Land at Ayer, . 
Survey and Plan of Prison, 
Travelling Expenses, 

Miscellaneous Expenses, 
153 chaldrons Coke, . . . . 



(158 25 

108 00 

30 89 



Expenses, Nautical School. 
Stationery, 



Industrial School for Giru. 

Repairs, 

Trustees' Expenses, 

Oil, * 

Spool Cotton, 

Copies of Annual Report, .... 

Arrest of FuorriVEa. 
Warrant, July 3, 1872, for arrest of Luther P. 
Loveland : 
W. H. H. Blair, Agent- 
Expenses, . . . . 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital. 
Weston and Rand, Architects, . 
E. B. Walker, on account of Contract, 
Buttrick and Wheeler, Engineering Services, 
E. Boyden and Son, making Plans, 
Sundry Labor, . . . 
Streets and Roads, . 
Bricks, .... 
Freight and Hauling Brick, 
Lumber and Hardware, 
Overseer of Work, . 
3 yoke Oxen, . 

Drain-tile 

Trustees' Expenses, . 
Commissioners' Expenses, 
Advertising and Selling Land, 
Drawing and Recording Deeds, 
Stationery, Tracing-cloth, &c., 
Meal, 



Amount carried forward. 



(1,605 36 

1,048 72 

110 25 



(297 14 
613 88 



(176 05 
47 77 
23 14 

16 80 

17 71 



(2,598 00 

20,153 83 

1,420 90 

324 00 

1,352 43 

4,167 37 

6,573 19 

2,929 23 

841 17 

646 00 

640 00 

131 20 

96 98 

67 35 

27 87 

20 30 

14 35 

37 90 



(2,759 33 



911 02 
2 90 



281 47 



108 79 



(4,063 51 



f«,04:2 07 
♦*1,0^2 07 



1874.] 



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265 



Amount brought forwardy 



Industrial School. 
Stock and Labor for new BarD, 
Alterations in old Bam, . 



MOXSON AlJfSHOlTSE AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Gas Machine and Tank, 

Gas Fixtures, &c., 

Concrete Walk, 



IMPROVEMENTS IN BOSTON HARBOR 

Advertising Proposals for Sea-walls, &c., 

Ciar Filling, 

Foundation for Light Wall, 

Edward S. Philbrick, Engineering Services, 

Jos. 0. Osgood, services as Inspector, 

Jas. B. Francis, Pi*ofessional Services, 

Services of Boatman, 

Tape, Lines, Steel Wire, Nails, &c.. 

Printing Blank Specifications, . 

Copying Contracts, . 

Subsistence, .... 

Libor on Stations for Engineers, 

Kow-boat and Fixtures, . 

Use of Boat, 

Table, Sink, Chairs, Stoves, &c.. 



SHERIFFS' ACCOUNTS. 
Distributing Documents, . 
Distributing Documents, 1871, 



WEIGHTS, MEASURES, ETC. 
Standard Weights, Measures, &c., to^ 

Town of Holbrook, 

of Norwood, 



CHICAGO LAW INSTITUTE. 
Books furnished, .... 



MEMORIAL STATUES AT WASHINGTON. 
Richard S. Greenough, Marble Statue of John 

Winthrop, in part, 

Anne Whitney, Marble Statue of Samuel 

Adams, in part, 

Photographs of John Winthrop, 



CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS IN MASH- 
PEE, 
Amount paid for Construction of Roads, 1870, 



f 2,875 47 
21 70 



f 1,100 00 
476 33 
108 15 



f 1,397 63 

7,128 00 

2,160 00 

800 00 

276 00 

212 00 

150 00 

86 25 

61 95 

25 80 

16 00 

400 00 

126 75 

36 66 

14 25 



(245 60 
32 00 



f 350 00 
350 00 



(5,493 76 

1,000 00 
72 00 



(41,042 07 



2397 17 



1,683 48 
(45,622 72 



(12,830 29 



(277 60 



(700 00 



(27 00 



(6,565 75 



(150 00 



INDEX. 



A. 

Acts and Resolves, . 
Adams, Samuel, statae of, . 
A((jiilant-Geneial'8 salaxy, 

derk, 

extra clerks, 

incidentals, 



Pace 

. 117 
. 255 
. 152 
. 152 
. 152 
. 152,249 

AdTotising Proposals for Printing, . 244 
Agent Board State Charities, . . 148 
Agent fbr Disduoged Convicts, . . 186 
Agents Board of Education, . 213 

Agricnltoial College Fund, . 228,229 
Agricultural Societies, . . 134,135 
Agriculture, Lcctmpes on, . . 133 

Agriculture, Board of, . . 133, 134 
Aid to Families of Volunteers, 

19, 80, 164-169, 252, 253 
Aid to Normal School Attendants, . 215 

Alien Estates, 76 

Almshouse Loan, . 20, 32, 233 

Almshouse IxMin Sinking Fund, . 223 

transactions, ..... 223 

American Institute of Instruction, . 213 

Annual Insurance Tax, . . 66, 201 

Annuities of Martha Johonnot, . . 48 

Annuity of Jane Parks, . .151 

Annoity of Timothy Murphy, . . 151 

Appendix, details of payments in 

1873, on account of preTious years, 

240-255 
Apportionment Income of School 

Fund, 208-212 

Appropriations for 1873, and expenses 

for 1872 aind 1873, . 38-48 

ArmoTT JEtents, .... 162, 163 
Arrest of Fugitires, . 80, 184, 254 

Assistant Librarian, .... 135 
Asfseffiors' Books; Registration 

Blanks, 118 

A«T]nin for tbe Blind, .141 

Asylums for the Deaf and Dumb, . 141 
Attomey-Oeneral's salary, . 124 

A|^mey-General*8 fees, . . . 76 
expenses, . . 124-125,244 

33 



Page 

Assistant-Attomey-General, . 124 

Auditor's salary, . . . .113 

Auditor's first and second clerks, . 113 

extra clerks, . . . 113, 242 

Auditor's incidentals 113 

Auditing Pauper Accounts, expenses 
of, 145,146,147 

B. 

Back Bay Lands Notes, . . 231,232 
Back Bay Lands Fund, securities, . 217 
transactions, .217 

Bank Department, .... 239 
Bank Shares, Tax on, 15, 64, 65, 192-200 
Baring Bros. & Co., . . . .81 
Bastardy and Settiement Cases, . 147 
Blanks and Circulars, Senate, . 97, 98 

House, 99 

Blind, Asylum for, . . . .141 
Board of Agriculture, secretary's sal- 
ary, 133 

clerks, .... 133,245 

expenses, 133 

hiddentals, . . 133«245 

members' trayel, . 133-134,245 

lectures, 133 

Board of Education, secretary's sal- 
ary, 213 

agents' salary 213 

assistant secretary, . . .135 

members' trarel, . . .213 

postage, printing, etc., . . 216 

Board of Health, . . 131-132,245 

BoiWl of State Charities, . 78,148-150 

Bonds and Mortgages of Railroad 

Corporations, .... 36-37 
Boston Fhre, expenses, . . .250 
Boston Municipal Courts, justices* 

salaries, 123 

Boston Municipal Courts, clerks* sal- 
aries, 123 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad 
Loan Sinking Fund, . .223,224 
I Boston, Hartford and Eric R. R. Co., 202 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Page 
Boston Harbor Improyement, . 16, 255 
Bounties to Mass. Volunteers, . . 169 
Bounty Loan Sinking Fund, . 217-219 
Bounty Loan Sinking Fnnd trans- 
actions, 217-219 

Bridgewater Normal School, . . 1 87 
Bridgewater State Workhonse, ex- 
penses, . t . . 176-178, 246 
Bridgewater State Workhouse, in- 
come, 77 

Bridgewater State Workhouse, valu- 
ation, 238 

Burial of State Paupers, 

144, 145, 247, 248 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, . 130-131 



C. 

Camp Duty, Pay for, . . 156-160 

Cambridge Arsenal, .... 238 
Cases Settlement and Bastardy, . 147 

. Cash balances 11-12 

Cattle Commissioners, . . 245 

Census Statistics, 1870, . . .202 

Central Berkshire Court, . .124 

Chaplains, Senate and House, . . 95 
Charitable expenditures, . . 136-151 
Chicago Law Institute, . . 255 

Clerk of District-Attorney for Suffolk, 125 
Clerks of Senate and House, . . 95 
Coal and Mining Companies, taxes, . 68 
Coast Defence Loan Sinking Fund, 

221,222 
•Commissioner on Savings Banks, . 126 
Commissioner of Corporations, . . 112 
Commissioner of Liquors, . . . 245 
Commissioners on Public Lands, . 230 
Commissioners on Prisons, . 185 

Commissioners on Harbors, . 127, 128 
Commissioners on Fisheries, . 129, 244 
Commissioner on Insurance, . .126 
Commissioners on Indian Lands, . 245 
Commissioners on Railroads, 73, 129, 244 
Commissioner on Wrecks, . .75 

Commissioners on Publication of 

General Statutes, . . .119,244 
Commissions, fees for, . . .72 
Committees, Legislative, expenses, 

101-103, 240 
Company Roll-Books, . .163 

Confiscated Liquors, . . . .78 
Contagions Diseases, . . 146, 147, 248 
Contingent expenses of Legislature, . 101 
Contingent expenses of Council, . 107 
Construction of roads in Oay Head, 202 
Copyists, Executive Department, . 107 
Coroners' Accounts, . . . 150, 249 



Corporation Tax, receipts, . . 15, 49-69 
Corporation Tax, payments, . 188-192 

interest, 71 

Corporation Fees, . . . . 72 
Corporations under General Laws, . 112 
Council, Compensation and Mileage, 

105,106 
Council contingent, . . . . 107 

postage, etc, . . . 107, 241 
Courts of Probate and Insolvency, 121-122 
Current Expenses, estimates, . 12, 13 
Codification of Raiht>ad Laws, . . 119 

D. 

Danvers Lunatic Hospital, 16, 187, 237 
Deaf and Dumb, Asylums for, . . 141 
Debt Extinguishment Fund, . . 222 
Debts and Liabilities, in detail, . 3^34 
Deposits, interest on, . . . .71 
Discharged Convicts, Agent for, . 1S5 
Discharged Female Prisoners, . . 185 
District-Attorneys, . . . .125 
District- Attorneys, Clerk for Suffolk, 125 

District Courts, 121 

Door-keepers, Messengers and Pages, 

95,240 

E. 

Educational Expenses, . . 212-216 
Election Sermon, preacher of, . .96 
Elementary Drills, Pay for, . . 162 
Employment Bureau for Soldiers, . 169 
Engineer, Watchmen and Firemen, . 115 
Estimate of Expenses, 1874, . 12-13 
Estimate of Revenue for 1874, . . 14 
Executive Contingent Fund, . . 10$ 
Expenditures belonging to 1872 and 

1873, Summaiy Statement, . . 23 
Expenses belonging to 1872 and 1873, 

and appropriations for 1873, . 28-48 
Expenses of 1873, in detail, . 82-204 
Expenses of Legislative Committees, 

101-103, 241 
Extraordinary Expenses, . . 23, 24 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, • • -1^1 
Expenses Supreme Judicial Court, . 120 
Expenses Board of State Charities, . 149 
Expenses Tewksbuiy Almshouse, 

136-138 
Expenses Monson Primary School, 

139-141 
Expenses Bridgewater Workhouse, 

176-178, 246 
Expenses State Prison, . 174-176, 254 
Expenses Reform School, . . 178-181 
Expenses Nantical^School,} « . 25t 



i 



mi.] 



INDEX. 



259 



Expau€S Industrial Sdiool, 182, 183, 254 
ExpeDBes Anditing Paaper Accounts, 

145, 146, 147 
ExpenseB of Contagions Diseases, 

146, 147, 248 
Expenses resulting firom the War of 

tbe RebelUon, .... 164-169 
Experts, 202 

F. 

Fees from Conrts of Insolrency, . 75 
Fees of Witnesses, .104 

Fines and Forfeitoies, Sap. Judicial 

Court, 75 

Fire in Boston, expenses, . . 250 

FogftiTes, arrest of, . . .184,254 
Funded DeU Statement, . 19, 32, 33 
Fimds, statement of, transactions of 
the same, etc., during the jear 1873, 

204-236 
FundSf income spedficallj appropri- 
ated, 37 

receipts on account of, . 8, 9 

payments on account of, . 10, 11 

Fuel and Light, State House, . 115,242 



G. 

Gas-light Companies' Tax, 
General Statements, . 
General Statutes, 
Governor and Council, 
Governor's salary, 
QoTcmor*8 Private Secretary, 
Govenior's Messenger, 
Gratuities, .... 
Great Fire in Boston, . 



. 69 
. 21 
. 244 
105,106 
. 105 
. 106 
. 107 
. 192 
. 250 



H. 

Hartxxr Improvement Loan, . 14 

Hampden, East District Court of, . 124 
Harbor Compensation Fund, . 229 

Harbor Comoaissioners, . 127-128, 244 
Hawkers* and Peddlers' Licenses, . 72 
Hoosac Tunnel, ... 16, 70, 188 
House Pay-Roll, . 84-94 

printing and binding, 98, 99, 240 
bJankfl and drcnlars, . 99 

stationefy, 100 

House and Senate clerks, . .95 

House 33 Femberton Square, . .116 

1. 

I m provemente in Boston. Harbor, 16, 255 
Inoome from Bridgewater Workhouse, 77 
Income School Fund, 1873, . 2D7-212 
Income tronn Monson Primary School, 77 



Pag« 
Inoome from Eeform Sch9ol, . . 77 
Income from Tewksbury Almshouse, 77 
Income from State Prison, . . .76 
Income from Industrial School, . 77 
Income Agricultural Fund, . 228,229 

Indian Paupers, 144 

Indian Land Conunissioners, . . 245 
Industrial School for Girls, expenses, 

182, 183, 254 
Industrial School for Girls, Buildings, 

237,256 

Inquests, 160,249 

Insolvency Courts, Registers' salaries, 

121, 122 

fees, 75 

Inspector of Gasmeters, . . .130 
Institutions and PubUc Buildings, 237, 238 
Insurance Conmiissioner, salary, . 126 

deputy, 126 

clerks, 126 

expenses, . 73, 126-127, 244 

Insurance Taxes, . . . 65-67 
Insurance Licenses, . . .67 

Interest on Sundry Taxes, . . .71 
Interest on Corporation Tax, . 71 

Interest Troy & Greenfield R.R. Loan, 

31, 48, 70 
Interest on Public Debt, . .31,48 
Interest on Deposits, . . . .71 
Interest Harbor Improvement Loan, 31 , 48 
Interest Bo8ton,Hartford & Erie Loan, 

31, 48 
Interest Norwich & Worcester Rail- 
road Loan, 228 

Interest Massachusetts Volunteers, 31, 48 
Interest War Loan, . . 31, 48 

Interest on Loan to Wright & Potter, 72 



J. 

Judiciary, . 

Judge- Advocate General, 

K. 
Kidder, Peabody & Co., 

L. 



120-125,244 
.162 



. 81, 201 



Labor Statistics, Bureau of, . 130, 131 

Legislative Department, . . 82-104 

Legislature, Senate, Pay-Roll, . 82-83 

HoQse, Pay-RoU, . 84-94 

Clerks, Senate and House, . 95 

Chaplains Senate and House, . 95 

Preacher of Election Sermon, . 95 

Sergeant-at-Arms, . . .95 

Door-keepers, Messengers and 

Pages, . 95-96,240 



I 



• 260 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[JaQ. 



Pare 
IjCgiBlatare, Sei^ate Printing and bind- 
ing, . . . . 96, 97, 240 
Senate blanks and drcolan, 97-98 
House printing and binding, 

98-99,240 
Honse blanks and drculars, . 99 
Stationery, Senate, . . 99, 100 
Stationery, House, . . .100 
Newspapers, Senate and House, 

97,99 

Stationery and printing for, . 
ordered by Sergeant-at-Aims, 

100, 240 
Contingent expenses, . 101, 240 
Expenses of Committoes, 

101-103, 241 
Fees of Witnesses, . . .104 
Liabilities and resources of the Com- 
monwealth, 22 

LiabiUties, in detail, . . .35,36 
Life Insurance Companies' Tax, . 67 
Liquor Commissioner, . • * 245 
Loan to Wright & Potter, ... 72 

M. 

Magazine and Wharf at Captain's 

Island, 238 

Mashpee, Roads in, . . .255 

Massachusetts Volunteers, . . 236 
Mass. Infant Asylum, . . .143 
Mass. School Fund securities, . 204-206 
trans.»ction8, . • - . 207 

apportionment of income, 208-212 
Massachusetts Teachers' Association, 213 
Massachusetts War Loan, . . .33 
Mass. War Loan Sinking Fund, . 235 
May Inspection, Pay for, . . .161 

Medical SuppUes 165 

Messengers, Door-keepers and Pages, 

05,96 
Messengers to Governor aud Council, 107 
McCalmont Bros. & Co., . . .201 
Middlesex North, District Court of, . 124 
Military Expenditures, . . 152-163 
Military Accounts, . . 155, 156, 249 
Militia Bounty, . . 79,166-162,250 
Militia Camp Ground, . . 238,250 

MUitia Laws, 119 

MUitia Mileage, 251 

MiUtary Fines, 79 

Military Tactics, &c, . . .163 
Monson State Primary School expen- 
ses, 139-141 

buUdings, 256 

yaluatiou 238 



Monson State Primary School, in 

come, .... 
Municipal Court, Boston, . 
Municipal Court, Taunton, 
Museam of Zoology, . 
Mustering Officers, 



PV 



. n 

.123 

.123 

.200 

160, 161 



N. 

National Bank Tax, receipts, 15, 64, 65 
National Bank Tax, payments, 192-200 

Nautical School, 7S 

Newburyport Bridge Fund, . . 87 
Normal Schools, Expenses and Build- 

higs, 215, 216 

Northampton Lunatic Hospital, . 142,237 
Northern Berkshire Court, . . 124 
Norwich & Worcester Railroad Loan 

Sinking Fund, 227 

Norfolk, East, District Court of, . 124 
Notes and Mortgages Back Bay Lands, 

231,232 

Normal Art School, . . . . 203 



0. 



Ordnance Bureau, 
Ordinary expenses. 



152,153 
. 23 



P. 



Pages, Messengers and Door-keepers, 

96,96 
Paymasters, M. v. M., . 160,161 

Pauper Convicts, 144 

Paupers, State, . . 144-146, 246-248 
Payments, Summary Statement, 9, 10 
from Ordinary Revenue during 

the year 1873, . 9-10, 26-31 

on account of sundry ftmds, 10-11 

Peddlers' and Hawkers' Licenses, . 72 

Pensions, 160,249 

Per cent, on State Tax, . . .71 
Police Courts, Justices' salaries, . 122 

Clerks, 122 

Preacher of Election Sermon, . . 95 

Premium on Exchange, . . 201 

Premium on Gold, ... SO, 200 

Premium T. & G. R. R. Loan, . • 70 

Printing: PubUc Documents, 117,242-244 

General Laws, . . . .117 

Blue Book, . . .117 

Term Reports, . . . .118 

Assessors' Books and Blanks, . 118 

Agricultural Report, • 118 

General Statutes, . 118, 244 

Registration Blanks, . .118 

Militia Laws, . .119 



1874.] 



INDEX. 



261 



Page 
Printbig far Legislatnre, ordered by 

Sergeant^at-ArmSy . . 100 
Printing and Binding, S^iate, . 96, 97 
Honse, . . . . 98, 99 
ProlMtt and InsoWency Courts, 121-122 
Judges' salaries, . .121 
Registers' and Assistants' sala- 
ries, .... 121,122 
Productire property, .... 37 
Proposals for Printing, . . 244 
Public Buildings, . 186,187,237,238 
Public Buildings and Institutions, 237,238 
PnbUcDocujnents, . . . .117 
Pnblisbing Laws, . . 118,244 
PubUcDebt, 19 

Q. 

Quartermaster-General's Bureau, 

152, 153, 249 
Quartermaster's supplies, . 79, 153, 154 

B. 

RaOroad Commissioners, . 73,129,244 
lUilFoad Bonds and Mortgages, 36, 37 
Railroad Companies, .... 70 
Receipts and Payments, . 7-11 

Receipts, Summary Statement, . . 11 
Receipts on account of Reyenue dur- 
ing the year 1873, . . .7-^ 
Receipts on account of various Funds, 8-9 
Reformatory and Correctional, 

170-185, 254 
Refoim School for Boys, . . 187, 237 
Regimental Encaminments, . 261 
Rent of Great Ponds, .... 80 
RepalTBy ImproTements and Furni- 
ture, State House, . 80, 113-114, 242 
RepresentatiTes' Pay-Roll, . 82-94 
ResoozYxs, in detail, productiye, 35, 36 
Resources and Liabilities of the Com- 
monwealth, 22 

Kereaae and expenses belonging to 

1S72 and 1873, 23 

Rereime Payments, . 9, 10, 26^1 

Rerenue, Ac, Summary Statement of, 

24,25 

in detail 49-81 

Rerenne, Estimate for 1874, . 14 

Rogers Book Fund, .234 

income, 234 

8. 

Sales Back Bay Lands, .281 

SaringB Bank Tax, . 15, 60-63 

Scbednle of the unproductiTe prop- 
erty of tbe Commonwealth, . 237> 238 



Page 

School for Idiots, . . . .142 

School Fund Income,'. . . 207-212 

Secretary's salary, .... 109 

Secretary's first and second clerks, . 109 

extra clerks, . . ..109,241 

incidentals, . . . 109, 241 

messenger, . . . .109 

fees, 72 

Secretary Board of State Charities, 

148, 149, 249 
Semi-annual Insurance Tax, . 66, 67 
Senate Pay-Roll, . . .82,83 
Senate Printing and Binding, 96, 97, 240 
Senate blanks and circulars, . 97, 98 
Senate and House, Clerks, ... 95 
Stationery, . . ... . 99, 100 

Sergeant-at-Arms, salary, . . .95 
Settlement and Bastardy Cases, . 147 

Shanly Contract, 18 

Sherifb' Accounts, distributing docu- 
ments, &c., . . , . 188,255 

Sinking Funds, 20 

Soldiers' National Cemetery, . . 45 
Southern Berkshire Court, . .124 

State Aid, . 19, 80, 164-169, 252, 253 
State Almshouse, . . 136-138 

State Almshouse Loan Sinking Fund, 

securities, .... 223 
transactions, . . . .223 
State Board of Health, . 131-132, 245 
State House, Repairs, Improvements 

and Furniture, 80, 113-114, 242 
Engineer, Watchmen and Fir% 

men, 115 

Fuel and Light, .115 

State House and Land, valuation, . 237 
State House Loan, . . . .233 

State Library 135,238 

State library. Assistant Librarian, . 135 
Librarian's clerks, . . .135 
State Paupers not in Almshouses, 

78, 142-146, 246 
State Pauper Penalty, ... 78 
State Paupers, Transportation, . 145, 248 
State PoUce, . . 74-75, 170-173, 264 
State Prison, expenses and buildings, 

174-176, 254 

valuation, 238 

income, 76 

State Prison (new), . .16, 186 

State Reform School for Boys, ex- 
penses and buildings, 178-181, 187 

income 77 

State Prison Loan, .... 235 

State Tax, 15,49 

Statistics of Labor, . . . 130, 131 



262 



AUDITORS REPORT. 



[Jan. 74. 



Page 
Statloiiery, Senate, ... 99, 100 

House, 100 

Legislature, ordered by Ser* 
geant-at-Arms, . 100, 240 

Stataes at Washington, . . 255 

Stereotype Plates for General Statutes, 244 
Superior Court, Judges' salaries, . 120 
Support of State Paupers by Cities 

and Towns, . . 142, 143, 246 
Support of Indian Paupers, . . 144 
Support of Pauper Convicts, . . 144 
Support of Normal Schools, . 214, 215 
Supreme Judicial Court, Judges' sala- 
ries, 120 

Clerk, 120 

Fees, 76 

Reporter, 120 

expenses, 120 

Surgeon-General's Bureau, . 1,54, 155 
Surveyor-General of Lumber, . .79 

T. 

Tax on Mass. Hospital Life Insurance 

Company, 06 

Taunton LunaticHoBpit'l, 142, 186, 237, 246 
Taunton Municipal Court, . . 123 
Tax Commissioner, . . . Ill, 241 
Tax on Bank Shares, . 15, 64, 65, 192-200 
Teachers' Institutes, .... 213 
Teachers' County Associations, . . 214 
Tewksbury State Almishouse, ex- 
penses, .... 136-138 

^income, 77 

valuation, 238 

Todd Normal School Fund, tfecnri- 

ties, 234 

income, 234 

Transportation of State Paupers, . 145 

Transportation of Militia, . . .162 

Treasurer's salaiy, . . . .110 

first and second clerks, . .110 



Treasurer's extra clerks, . .110 

inddentalB, . . . .110 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan 
Sinking Fund, securities andtmu- 
actions, 225-827 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan, 283 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad Loan, 
hiterest, .... 31,48,70 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad and 
Hoosac Tunnel, 16, 70, 188, 287 

Troy and Greenfield Railroad and 
Hoosac Tunnel Contxact and Fund 
account, 16-18 

U. 

Union Fund Loan, 33,233 

Union Loan Shiking Fund, . 220,221 

Universal Exposition, . . 901 

Unproductive Property, . . 237, 238 

V. 

Visiting Agent Board of State Chari- 
ties, 149, UO, 249 

Volunteer Bounty, .... 

W. 

War Loan, 

War Loan Sinking Fund, . 

Watchmen, Engineer and Firemen* 
State House, IIS 

Weights, Measures, etc, . 200, 238, 266 

Witness Fees, 104 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 

15, 79, 186, 237, 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital Build- 
ings, 

Worcester Hospital Fund, . 

Worcester, District Courts, . 124 

Wrecks, Conumssioner on, . . 75 

Washington, Memorial Statuea, 

Winthrop, John, Statue of. 



PUBUC DOCUMENT No. 7. 



ANNUAL REPOKT 



OF THB 



ADJUTANT- aENEE AL 



OF THE 



Commontotali^ of Passarjusctls, 



FOR THE 



ITejljel eis^dikg December 31, 1873. 



BOSTON: 

^B.XO:ST Sc POTTER, STATE PRINTERS, 

OoBsrzB OF Milk and Fedseal Streets^ 

1874. 



ANNUAL REPORT. 



Adjutant-General's Office, Boston, > 

December 31, 1873. S 

His Excellency William B. Washburn, Goveimor and 

Oommander-in- Chief. 

Sir: — ^I have the honor herewith to present the Report 
from this Department for the year 1873, containing — 

Betnm of Enrolled Militia. 

Organization of Active Militia. 

Tables of Vacancies of Commissioned OflScers, existing 
December 31, 1873. 

Table showing Number of Officers Commissioned and Dis- 
charged during the year. 

Abstract of Returns for May Inspection and Camp Duty, 
showing the number of Officers and Men present and absent. 

Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures, including 
Armory Rent-Roll. 

Copies of all General Orders issued during the year, with 
Special Orders relating to the Camp of the First Company of 
Cadets. 

Special Orders from Way Department, relating to the dis- 
charge of certain officers of Volunteer Regiments. 

Statement of Military property in possession of the Militia, 
and at the Arsenal at Cambridge, and the Roster of Officers 
of the Militia. 

Before entering upon the subjects of the Report, it is proper 
that I should refer to the death, on the last day of the year, 
af Dr. Anson P. Hooker, Colonel and Assistant Surgeon- 
Greneral, of your Staff. An officer highly esteemed for his 



4 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

abilities and services, a warm friend and faithful public ser- • 
vant, bis loss will be sorely felt. His death was announced in 
General Orders to the Militia. 

Active Militia. 

Changes. — One company has been organized during the 
year ending December 31, 1873 : — 

Company K, Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Cambridge, Captain George 
A: Keeler. 

The following named companies have been disbanded dur- 
ing the year, and the commissioned oflBcers thereof honorably 
discharged : — 

Third Regiment of Infantry, Company H, First Lieutenant Humphrey 
Moynihan, Commanding, Quincy. Failed to organize under the pro- 
visions of Chapter 313, Acts 1873. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Company C, Captain Michael F. Dalton, 
Cambridge. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Company K, Captain William H. Hildreth, 
Peabody. 

First Battalion of Infantiy, Company C, Captain George W. Hubbard, 
Hvde Park. 

By General Orders No. 1, February 18, 1873, Company 
L, Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Captain George P. How, of 
Concord, was designated Company C, in place of the company 
disbanded. By General Orders No. 4, May 12, 1873, the 
company organized in Cambridge, and commanded by George 
A. Keeler, was designated as Company K, Fifth Regiment of 
Infantry, in place of Jhe company disbanded. By General 
Orders No. 14, July 29, 1873, the Third Light Battery, Capt. 
Clark B. Baldwin, of Maiden, and the Fourth Light Battery, 
Captain George S. Merrill, of Lawrence, were consolidated, 
and designated as the Second Battalion of Light Artillery ; 
the Third Battery to be known as Battery C, and the Fourth 
Battery as Battery D, of said Battalion. 

The strength of the Active Militia, as taken from the 
muster-in rolls, on file in this oflBce, is, as follows : — 

Commissioned officers, .... 49G 
Enlisted men, ...... 5,032 

Total, 5,528 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 5 

Discharges. — The following exhibit shows the number of 
enlisted men discharged by Special Orders from these head- 
quai-tcrs, under the provisions of Chap. 313, Acts 1873 : — 

1st Regiment of Infantry, Co. D, 2 

1st " " Co. K, 14 

2d " " Co. G, 3 

8d " " Co. C, 1 

3d Regiment of Infantry, Co. F, 3 

3d " " Co. K, 1 

6th " " Co. C, 4 

8th " " Co. G, 6 

8th '* ** Co. H, 4 

8th " " Co. I, 2 

9th " " Co. H 2 

1st Battalion of Infantry, Field and Staff, 1 

1st " " Co. A, .' 7 

1st " " Co. B, 24 

1st *' " Co. E, 3 

1st Battalion of Light Artilleiy, Battery B, 1 

id " " Batteiy C, 7 

2d " " BatteiyD, 4 

1st Company of Cadets, 1 

2d " " 13 

Total, . . ' 102 

Of this nunibcr, 71 were discharged for the good of the 
service ; 17 for removal from the State ; 10 at their own 
request ; 2 for disability ; 1 each enlisted in the army and 

navy. 

Enlisted Men Discharged for Promotion, 

l«5tRc*Hiiient of Infantry, Co. C, 

9d ^* " Co.F 

3^ .* " Co. M, 

,^th " *• Co.G 

6th " " Co. H 

<>th " " ^^-^^ • • , 

8tli •* " Co. A, 

r^jjj tt. " Co. 13, ...... . 

9th " :: co.B, 

9th " ' Co. C, 

9th " " ^*'»' 

Oth " " ^''■*' 

.»h " " Co. G, . . • 

Z. - " "^'^ ^ 



6 ADJUTANT-GENEEAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

9thRegimentof Infantry, Co. I, ...;...! 

10th " " Co. D, 2 

2d Battalion Light Artillery, Battery D, 1 

6th Light Battery, 2 

Total, 23 

Grand total discharged since June 1, 1873, the date the above- 
named Act went into effect, 125 

Manual for Breech-Loading Rifles. 

A Manual for loading and firing the Peabody breech-load- 
ing rifle, was reported by the Board of OflScers constituted 
in Special Orders, as follows : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Headquabters, Boston, December 3, 1872. 
[Special Orders, No. 64.] 

The following named Officers of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
arc hereby constituted a " Board of Officers " for the purpose of reporting 
a Manual for loading and firing the Peabody breech-loading rifle. Col. 
Bernard F. Finan, of the 9th Regiment of Infantry, President of the 
Board ; First Lieutenant and Adjutant Thomas F. Edmands, First Com- 
pany of Cadets, Scribe; Lieut. Colonel Robert S. Daniels, Assistant 
Adjutant-General, Second Brigade; Captain Wiiliam Evans, 1st Regi- 
ment of Infantry; Captain George E. Goodrich, fOth Regiment of 
Infanti-y. 

The Board will report its proceedings to His Excellency the Com- 
mander-in-Chief, on or before January 15, 1873. 

Major-Gencral Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M, is 
charged with the promulgation of this order to such of the above-named 
officers as are in his command. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, Adjutant-General 

By General Orders, No. 2, 18T3, the Manual, as reported, 
was adopted, and its use alone prescribed for all organizar 
tions armed with the Peabody rifle. 

Fourth Light Battery. 

It will be remembered that, at the last annual May inspec- 
tion, a distressing accident occurred at Lawrence, caused by 
the premature discharge of one of the guns of the Fourth 
Light Battery. Upon receipt of a report of the accident 
from Captain George S. Merrill, who was in command at the 
time, the following orders were issued : — 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjvtant-General*s Office. 
• BosTox, May 31, 1873. 
[Special Ordebs, No. 17.] 

The following named officers are hereby detailed as a " Board of Offi- 
cers,^ to examine into the circumstances attending the accident to mem- 
bers of the Fourth Light Battery, at Lawrence, while on duty, Wednesday, 
the 28th inst., at the Annual May inspection. The cause of the prema- 
ture discharge of the gun which resulted in the injury, will, as far as 
possible, be ascertained. The Board will report to the commander-in- 
chief, on or before the 1st day of July next, and in addition to the report 
of investigation, will make such recommendation as may be deemed 
proper in the case. Lieut. Colonel Edward J. Jones, Assistant Inspector- 
General of Division, M. V. M. ; Major Dexter H. Follctt, 1st Battalion 
Light Artillery, M. V. M. ; Captain Clark B. Baldwin, 8d Light Battery, 
If. V. M. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M , is 
charged with the transmission of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. A. Cunningham, Adjutant- General, 

The report of the Board is herewith annexed, disproving 
the widely circulated sUitement that the gun was defective. 

[Report of Board convened under Special Orders, No. 17, May 31, 1873.] 

Boston, June 25, 1875. 

Ifajor-General James A. Cunningham, Adjt. General of Massachusetts. 

General : — In pursuance of Special Orders, No. 17, from headquarters, 
dated Boston, May 31st, 1873, herewith annexed, the Board of Officers 
therein detailed, convened at the city of Lawrence, this day, in obedience 
to instructions from Division headquarters and further instructions, as 
appears by the several indorsements on said special orders annexed. 

At the armory of the Fourth Light Battery the Board made minute 
inspection of the gun, a " Light 12-pounder," from which the premature 
di^harge took place, at the time and occasion of the accident refeiTcd to 
in said special orders ; and the following named persons appeared before 
iho Board as witnesses and testified, viz. : Captain George S. Morrill 
enmmanding' the Fourth Light Battery, Second Brigade, M. V. M ; Chief 
of Piece, Edward Sanborn ; Gunner, F. H. Barr ; Cannoneers, Charles 
Freeman, post 2 ; Alfred Bradley, post 3 ; W. F. Sawyer, post 4. 

After inspecting the gun at which the accident occurred, and hearing 
the witnesses, the Board agreed upon the following conclusions : — 
1^. The gun at which said accident occurred is not defective. 
'2d. The accident was the result of the careless and insufficient sponging 
of the s[un bv Cannoneer Hale, who lost his arm by said accident. 

3d. The non-commissioned officers and cannoneers appeared to have 
Ije^n well instructed by the battery commander, and they have an intelli- 



8 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jau. 

gent understanding of the special duties required of them at the several 
posts to which tliey are assigned, and said accident would not have 
occurred but for the insufficient sponging of the gun. 

Under permission, and suggestions contained in said special order, the 
Board call special attention to the insufficient accommodations furnished 
the Fourth Light Battery by the city of Lawrence, and the same remark 
applies to the battery accommodations furnished most of the batteries of 
the several brigades. 

The Board recommend the commander-in-chief to withhold payment 
of armory rent from cities and towns who, for the future, fail to provide 
ample and necessary armory accommodations for batteries, as required 
by section 83 of chapter 313, Acts of 1873, or who have failed to furnish 
such armory accommodations for the past year as is required by section 
94, chapter 219, Acts of 1866, and the provisions of chapter 266, Acts of 
1867. 

The Board suggest that no battery commander can instruct or disci- 
pline his command with any fair degree of satisfactory result, either to 
himself or his officers or men, without bestowing unusual time and labor 
beyond that which ought to be expected of the militia, and which they 
cannot afford to give the State, and which could be, and is avoided, in 
cases where reasonable armory accommodations are furnished. Such 
violation of the laws by cities and towns as are herein mentioned, "who 
neglect and refuse to furnish the required armory accommodations, 
especially for instruction and dnll to the militia, and more especially the 
light batteries, deserves something beyond a mere passing notice ; hence 
the recommendations herein made. 

We have the honor to be. General, your obedient servants, 

(Signed), Edward J. Jones, 

lA. OoL and A$at. Intpector GenU of IHt.t M. F. M. 

Dexter H. Follett, 

Major First JSaUalion LigM Artmery, M. Y. M. 

Clark B. Baldwin, 

Captain Third Light BatUry, M. V, M. 

Encampments. 

The Volunteer Militia of the State went into camp accord- 
ing to law, for five days, under general and special orders, as 
shown in the following table : — 




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On account of the nearly worthless condition of its uuiform, 
the Second Regiment of Infantry, Colonel Joseph B. Parsons, 
did not go into camp. 

It will be noticed, that all of the organizations mentioned 
in the above tabular statement, with the exception of the two 
companies of Cadets, encamped on the new state grounds, at 
South Framingham. These companies were allowed to go 
elsewhere, the State being at no expense on account of trans- 
portation for them. 

Your Excellency, with Staff, visited all the encampments, 
finding a good state of discipline prevailing among officers 
and men. In my judgment, the encampment of the First 
Brigade was the most successful one the organization has had 
since the war. An evil particularly noticeable during the 
camp of the Second Brigade, was the large number of enlisted 
men straggling out of canip, hanging about the railroad depot, 
hotel and stores, and seen on the highways. In the First 
Brigade, the Third Regiment furnished most of this class of 
persons. It may be impossible to prevent, entirely, this state 
of things, but the evil can be remedied in a great degree, by 
the enforcement of orders prohibiting any officer or enlisted 
man leaving the camp grounds without a pass approved by 
the brigade commander. Troops being placed in camp for 
the purpose of instruction, at great expense to the State, 
should be confined to the duties imposed upon them, the most 
urgent reasons only being received for the approval of 
passes beyond the limits of. the camp. 

Armories. 

The armories of the militia, with the state property therein, 
have been inspected the last year, and were found generally 
in good condition, A gradual improvement is noticeable, 
both in the armories and in the care of public property in 
possession of the militia. 

From several towns complaints have reached me, that the 
armories, provided by such towns according to law, and in 
charge of militia officers, are opened and used on Sundays 
for purposes not strictly of a military character. That such 
cause of complaint may not exist, imd for the good of the 
militia, I recommend the passage of a law forbidding the 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 11 

opening of armories on the Sabbath, excepting the necessity 
of some unusual occasion. 

State Military Camp Ground. 

Since my last report, a tract of land in South Framingham 
has been purchased, at a cost of $14,638, to be used for 
military purposes. An arsenal has been erected on the 
grounds, for the reception of military property, at a cost of 
$17,200. In times of peace, this building will, in addi- 
tion to the stock of supplies needed to fill the requisitions of 
the militia, afford sufficient room for the storage of much of 
the pcrsfiual property of the several organizations, used only 
for military purposes, and I would recommend that the quar- 
termaster-general be authorized by law to receive such prop- 
erty for safe keeping, from year to year. I also recommend 
the early erection of a dwelling-house, to be occupied by a 
superintendent', who will have charge of the property stored 
in the arsenal, also of the grounds when they are not occu- 
pied by troops. 

The. erection of portable structures for cook-houses, also the 
same character of buildings as stables for cavalry and artillery 
horses, and for the horses of mounted officers, will be of great 
advantage and use to the State, and I would advise their con- 
struction in season for occupation at the encampments of 1874. 
The shelter thus afforded for horses, will, without doubt, 
result in the use of a better class of animals than it has here- 
tofore been possible to secure, and the efficiency of the public 
ser\'ice tlieret)y be greatly promoted. I earnestly recommend 
the prosecution of the work of gradhig and draiuino: the land, 
also the building of target signals and bulkheads, and making 
all necessary preparation for successful target practice. For 
the l^enefits to be derived from such accommodations,! would 
recommend that the officers and men of the active militia be 
allowed transportation to and from the grounds, once each 
year, for the purpose of target practice, payment for such 
transportation to be made upon sworn vouchers, blanks for 
which shall be furnished by the Adjubint-General ; also that 
the quartermaster-general be authorized to issue a reasonable 
amount of ammunition to be expended in such target practice. 



12 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The excellent location of the grounds, I have reason to be- 
lieve, gives general satisfaction. 

The Militia Law. 

The "new law," or the law of 1873, has been in force 
about nine months. I have watched its operations very 
closely, and notwithstanding its radical change from the old 
law, and its new provisions, with which the militia could not 
become thoroughly acquainted in a single season, I am sat- 
isfied that beneficial results have been accomplished by it. 
The section relating to the transportation of troops should be 
made clearer, as some of the best officers of the militia diflcr 
in their opinions as to what shall be included in ''the actual 
expenses " incurred for transportation. The provisions in 
regard to the examination of officers, the issue of conditional 
and permanent commissions, have caused considerable discus- 
sion, but the predominating opinion is strongly in favor of 
such examinations, the opportunity being thereby given to 
thoroughly investigate the character and qualifications of 
officers desiring to be permanently connected with the militia. 

The muster-in of con)panies as required, before the first of 
August, 1873, was accomplished with reasonable expense, 
considering the obstacles met with, but to guard against 
what may become a source of groat expense, in the muster-in 
of recruits singly (for each of which the amount allowed per 
diem to mustering officers with transportation, would l)c 
charged), I would suggest that musters of recruits be required 
by law to be made at stated periods. 

Any proper change in the method of making returns for 
muster and pay, which would result in the earlier paj^ment of 
the militia, would be welcomed, though the delay of payment 
the past year will in a great degree be obviated in the future, 
through the experience recently gained in making the tripli- 
cate pay-rolls at this office, and from the fact that the work of 
examination and acceptance of the bonds of paymasters is 
accomplished. 

The law provides that each arm of the service shall be 
uniformed by a regulation uniform. A very general opinion 
exists in the militia that this provision should be changed, and 
that each regiment, battalion and unattached company should 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 13 

have the choice of style and color of its uniform, subject to 
the approval of the commander-in-chidf. 

Ill accordance with the provisions of section 21, the officers 
indicated in General Orders, No. 11 (see page 38), were con- 
stituted ail Examining Board. Tliis board has been in ses- 
sion each Monday afternoon at three o'clock, in the room 
adjoining this office. It has also held one session at Spring- 
field, under orders from your Excellency, for the accommo- 
dation of officers elected in the western part of the State. 
Xiucty-four officers have, during the year, appeared before it, 
resulting in the approval of eighty-eight and the rejection of 
six. The examinations, I believe, have been conducted with 
the utmost fairness, and with evident purpose for the benefit 
of the service. 

Adjutant-General's Office. 

The work of this office is now thoroughly systematized, 
and all departments are kept fully up to date. 

To the chief clerk, who is also the assistant adjutant- 
general, is confided the general superintendence of the office 
work, my official duties requiring frequent and sometimes 
prolonged absence. He also has charge of tlie correspond- 
ence, the issue of general and special orders, under my 
direction ; also the receipt and issue of military property. 

Another department is that of Militia Returns and Ac- 
counts. Included in this are the returns of enrolled militia 
from clerks of cities and towns, returns from the active 
militia for duty at May inspection, elementary drill and camp 
or other duty, muster-in rolls of militia, returns of elections, 
issue of commissions and discharges, the entry of bills before 
l)eing presented to the Auditor ; also the preparation of pay 
rolls for officers and men, containing the allowance for horses 
and transportation. 

Another department is that of the Records of the Late 
War. This is of a most important character. Certificates of 
ser\'icc arc called for and issued in great numbers. They 
answer in many cases the purpose of lost discharge papers in 
bounty claims or settlement on government lands. They are 
procured by many applicants for admission to the soldiers' 
national asylums, and are taken as evidence of service by 



14 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

municipal officers in granting temporary assistance. They 
are frequently called for to aid in establishing settlements on 
account of military service. The preservation of the records 
from which these certificates are made, has required the 
utmost care, and I trust that allowance will be made by the 
incoming legislature for the re-copying of the original records. 
Books of record which have become worn and dilapidated 
from frequent use are being, re-bound, and preparation has 
already been made to copy the navy records alphabetically. 

The fourth and last division of office-work, is that of the 
issue of Diplomas. One clerk is constantly employed in 
writing upon the diplomas, in old English, the name of the 
soldier or sailor, while in addition to assistance rendered in 
the care of militia rauster-in rolls, another clerk examines all 
applications for such diplomas, enters them, alphabetically, 
in a book prepared for the purpose, which book exhil)its the 
date of the receipt of the application, with the date and man- 
ner of delivery of the diploma. This book has been of fre- 
quent use in tracing lost diplomas, and serves as a check upon 
persons whose applications have been once filled. With the 
application, it is always required that the address of the offi- 
cer or soldier (if living), or of the person entitled to receive 
the diploma, shall be recorded, and information of this kind, 
which this office is frequently called upon to furnish, is 
readily obtained by reference to this record of diplomas. 

About 5,000 diplomas have been made and delivered the 
past year, all applications to date being filled. 

The office-work has greatly increased during the year, oc- 
casioned, in the militia department, by the change of the law, 
which necessitated the preparation of new blanks, the making' 
of additional rolls, and an increase of accounts. lu the 
depailment of Soldiers' Records, the increase has been 
marked, caused by the frequent questions arising from con- 
tested cases of discharged soldiers' military settlements. To 
present these cases as the records show them, requires long 
and careful search, often resulting in the prevention of 
otherwise necessary litigation. Most of them are of soldiei^ 
who either are still suffering from the disability for which they 
were discharged, or whose health has yielded to the strain of 
active military service, thus depriving them of obtaining €i 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 15 

livelihood by their own labor, and reducing them to want. 
There is no apparent disposition to withhold needed assist- 
ance in such cases, by municipal officers, but if there is a 
doubt in the minds of such officers, as to the quota to the 
credit of which such soldier served, persistent efforts are 
made to establish the credit, and thus determine who is to pay 
for the amount of assistance furnished. 

The possession of evidence that will settle beyond a doubt 
such credits, is, as will be readily seen, of the utmost impor- 
tance to the cities and towns of the Commonwealth. 

The faithful performance of their duties by the clerks of 
the office, deserves and receives my hearty appreciation. 

J desire to make mention of the uniform courtesies extended 
by the officers of departments at Washington, with which 
tids o£Rce is in frequent correspondence. 

I am, sir, very respectfully. 

Your obedient servant, 

JAS. A. CUNNINGHAM, 

Adjutant- General. 



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ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Table No. 1. 

Return of Enrolled Militia for 1873. 



COUNTIES. 


1S7S. 


1S7S. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Suffolk, . 






48,720 


49,624 


904 


- 


Dukes, 






428 


428 


— 


- 


Nantucket, 






440 


430 


— 


10 


Barnstable, 






1,631 


1,776 


145 


- 


Norfolk, . 






11,779 


10,642 


- 


1,137 


Plymouth, . 






8,591 


9,078 


487 


- 


Bristol, 






12,624 


11,677 


- 


947 


Essex, 






26,638 


27,851 


1,213 


- 


Middlesex, 






37,897 


40,418 


8,021 


- 


Worcester, 






27,403 


25,850 


— 


1,553 


Franklin, , 






4,440 


4,345 


— 


95 


Uampshire, 






4,725 


4,849 


124 


- 


Hampden, . 






8,661 


9,882 


1,221 


- 


Berkshire, • 






7,086 


7,247 


161 


- 


Totals, 


200,563 


204,097 


7,276 


3,742 


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Table No. 2. 

Organization of Active Militia. 

FiBST Bbigade. 

First Battalion Light Artillery (Batteries), 

Companies of Cavalry, 

(First Regiment), Companies of Infantry, 
(Third Regiment), 
(Ninth Regiment), 
(First BaUalion), 
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Second Battalion Light Artillery (Batteries), 
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Third Brigade. 
Lig'ht Artillery, Battery, 



(Second Regiment), Companies of Infantry, 
(Tenth Regiment), '* " 



Total number of Companies, 
CoTDpanies of Cadets, . 



83 

1 

10 
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21 

2 



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ArtUtery. 



Cavalry. 



Suffolk, 
Middlesex, 
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Franklin, 

Hampden, 

Hjunpshire, 

Berkslilre, 



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6 

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4 
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3 



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[Jan. 



Tablb No. 3. 

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existing December 31, 1873. 



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Tablb No. 6. 

Appropriations and Expenditures for 1873. 

Appropriation for Militia bounty, . . • $113,000 00 

Drawn, 98,257 64 

Balance, $14,742 36 

Appropriations for military accounts, . . $5,000 00 

Drawn, 5,000 00 

Appropriation for office incidentals » . . $5,200 00 

Drawn, 4,085 03 

Balance $1,114 97 

Appropriation for extra clerk-hire, • • $6,800 00 

Drawn, 6,584 44 



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Appropriation for armory rents, . • • $39,100 00 

Drawn, 31,303 92 

Balance, $7,796 08 

Appropriation for books of instruction, . . $300 00 

Drawn, 185 00 

Balance, . . . .* . . $115 00 



Quartermaster-GeneraVs Department* 

Appropriation for employes and quartermaster's 

incidentals, ...... $8,700 00 

Drawn, . ^,590 24 

Balance, $109 76 



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Appropriation for quartermasters' supplies, 
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$19,000 00 
19,000 00 



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Drawn, • . . . 



Balance, 



Appropriation for Fifth Light Battery, 
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Appropriation for transportation, . 
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$15,000 00 
14,844 60 

$155 50 

$500 00 
500 00 

$14,500 00 
9,850 06 

$4,649 94 



Salariea of JExtra Clerks and Messenger. 



WilliamE. Wilson (12 months), 

Walter A. Kezar (12 months), 

Frank Thomas (12 months), 

Patrick C. Conwaj, messenger (12 months), 

W. H. Flowers, Jr. (6 months 22 days at f 1,300 per year), 

C. B. Holmes (3 months at f 1,300 per year), 

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Cxnss AND Towns. 



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II 

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Lowell, 

Lynn, 

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Cos. C and K, Third Regiment Infantry, 
Co. £, Sixth Regiment lufantry, . 

C, Second " " 

E, Tenth " " 
Headquarters First Brigade, 

First Regiment, . 

Ninth 

First Battalion Artillery, 

First Battalion Cavalrj', 
7 Companies Tivst Regiment Infantry, 
9 Companies Ninth " " 

First Company of Cadets, . 
Cos. A, C, E, First Battalion Infantry, 
Co. A, Second " 

Cos. A, B and D, First Battalion Cavalry, 
Battery A, First Battalion Light Artillery, 

B, " " " 

Co. K, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
L, Third 
A, Fifth 

D, Fifth 
H, FiftJi 
G, Ninth 

C, First Battalion Cavalry, . 
H, First Regiment Infantry, . 

F, Unattached Cavalrv, 

C, Filth Regiment Infantry, . 
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Cos. C, D, G and H, Sixth Regt. Infantry, 

D, F and I, Eighth 
Battery C, Second Battalion Lt. Artilleiy, 
Co. C, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
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1350 00 
75 00 
150 00 
160 00 
175 00 
175 00 

175 00 

176 00 
175 00 

8,150 00 
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600 00 
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Ciina AXi> TowKs. 


OBaANIZATIONS. 


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Milford, 


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Xew Bedford, . 


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Newton, . 


Co. C, First Regiment Tntantry, . 


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F, Second " " 


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Pittsfield, . 


E, Second " 


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Phmoath, . 


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Quincy, . 


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100 00 


Salem, 


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300 00 


u 


Second Company of Cadets, 
Co. I, Second Regiment Infantry 


• • 


400 00 


Shelburne, 


, 5 mos., . 


150 00 


Somerville, 


B, Fiftii 


• • 


260 00 


Springfield, 


Cos. B and G, Second Regiment Infantry, . 


800 00 


Sterling, . 


Co. I, Tenth Regiment Infantry, 
Cos F and G, Third Regiment L 


• • 


25 00 


Taunton, . 


afautry, . 


600 00 


Wakefield, 


Co. A, Sixth Regiment Sifantry , . 




281 25 


Westfield, . 


D, Second " " 




250 00 


Westminster, . 


H, Tenth 




125 00 


West Koxbary, . 


A, First 




200 00 


Wobuni, . 


G, Fifth 


• 


200 00 


Worcester, 


A, Tenth " '* 




300 00 


M 

• • 


C, Tenth 




300 00 


M 

• • 


Fifth Light Battery, . 
1 Total, .... 


. • • 


100 00 




131,378 92 



t: 



34 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



GEITEBAIj OBDEB8. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutah t-Gene&ai.'8 Office, ) 
Boston, Febnuuy 18, 1873. ] 
[Obnsbal Orders, No. 1.] 

Company " V Fifth Regiment of Infantry, M. V. M., Capt. George P. 
How, will hereafter be known as Company " C,*' the Company lately 
bearing that letter haying been disbanded by Special Orders No. 2, cur- 
rent series, from these Headquarters. 

Major General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. CuvmsQUAM^ AdjiUant-General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Hbabquartbrs, Boston, Feb. 21, 1873. 
[General Orders, No. 2.] 

The Manual for loading and firing the Peabody breech-loading rifle, 

reported by a Board of Officers convened by the following Special Order, 

is hereby adopted for use in the Volunteer Militia of this Conmion wealth : 

OOMMOinfSAI.TH OF MABSACHUBETTS, { 

Headquabtebs, Boston, Dec 8, 1872. \ 
[Special Orders, No. 64.] 

The following named Officers of the Massacbnsetts Voltmteer Militia, are hereby 
constituted a "Board of Officers," for the purpose of reporting a Manual for loading 
and firing the Peabody breech-loading Rifle. Colonel Bernard F. Finan, of the 9th 
B«giment of Infantry, President of the Board; Fhrst Lieutenant and Adjutant Thomas 
F. Edmands, First Company of Cadets, Scribe ; Lieut. Colonel Robert S. Banlelf, 
Assistant Adjutant-General, Second Brigade ; Captain William Evans, 1st Reg^ent 
of Ihfantry ; Captain George E. Goodrich, 10th Regiment of Infantiy. 

The Board will report its proceedings to His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, 
on or before Januaiy 15, 1873. 

Mivjor-General Bei^. F. Butler, commanding Division M. Y. M., is charged with 
the promulgation of this order to such of the above-named officers as are in his com- 
mand. 

By order of the Conunander-in-Chief. 

Jambs A. Cunningham, A^fuUtnt-CfrnteraL 

No other manual than the one prescribed, will be permitted to be used 
in the organizations armed with the Peabody breech-loading l^fle. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cmnus^^LAM, Adjutant-Oeneral. 

COMMONWBALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

AnJXTTANT-GBNBBAX's OFFICE,^ 

Boston, April 14, 1873. ) 
[General Obdebs, No. 3.] 

The company of infantry organized under date of April 8, 1873, in Cam- 
bridge, and of which George A. Keeler was elected captain, will be known 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 35 

as Company " L,'' 5th Regiment of Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
the company lately bearing that letter having been designated as Com- 
pany "C," by General Orders, No. 1, current series. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunningham, Adjutant- General, 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-Gbnbral'8 Office, } 
BoBTON, May 12, 1873. ( 
[Oeksbal Ordsbs, No. 4.] ' 

So much of General Orders, No. 8, current series as designates the com- 
pany lately organized in Cambridge and commanded by George A. 
Keeler, as Company " L," 5th Regiment of Infantry, M. V. M., is hereby 
coantermanded, and* the company will be known as Company " K " of 
said regiment. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, Adjutant-QeneraL 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

/lnt-Gbn 

Boston, June 3, 1873 



Adjutant-General's Office, } 



[General Orders, No. 5.] 

The troops composing the First and Second Bngades, Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, will go into camp for ^yq days, according to law, on 
the State Camp Ground at South Framingham, Mass. The First Brigade, 
Brigadier-General Isaac S. Burrill commanding, on Tuesday the fifth day 
of August, and the Second* Brigade, Brigadier-General George H. Peirson 
commanding, on Tuesday, thB second day cf September, 1873. 

Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., 
is charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, AdjiUant-General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Headquarters, Boston, June 4, 1873. 
[General Orders, No. 6.] 

Under the provisions of chapter 313, Acts of 1873, Wilmon W. Blaok- 
mar, of Boston, has this day been commissioned and qualified as Judge- 
Advocate-General upon the staff of His Excellency, the Commander-in- 
Chief, with the rank of Brigadier-General; he will be obeyed and 
respected accordingly. 

Major-Greneral Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunningham, AdJtUant-General 



36 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPOET. [Jan. 

Commonwealth op Massachusetts. 

Hbadqtjabters, Boston, June 12, 1878. 
[Generax Ordebs, No. 7.] 

The following instructions in relation to the law concerning the Militia, 

passed during the recent session of the legislature, are published for the • 

information and guidance of all concerned : — 

1. Company Commanders, or such other officer as may be designated 
by their Regimental or Battalion Commanders, shall proceed withoat 
delay, with enlistments for the new Companies, and, when thirty-five men 
have signed the Enlistment Roll, shall prepare three Muster-in Rolls with 
the names of such enlisted persons, and forward.the same to their respect- 
ive Regimental or Battalion Commanders. The rolls will then be placed 
in the hands of the mustering officer, who will muster-in as rapidly as 
possible, but not less than thirty-five men at the first muster. The form 
of oath printed in the blanks for muster-in will be^ used by mustering 
officers ; the persons being mustered to hold up their right bands, and 
repeat their names and the oath after the mustering officer. When such 
muster-in is completed, the mustering officer will forward the original 
roll, through the proper channels, to the Adjutant-General, r^in one 
copy, and place the other copy in the hands of the Company Commander. 

The enlistment rolls will be carefully preserved by the Company Com- 
manders. Enlistments, after muster-in of Companies, will be made on 
the original enlistment roll until the Company is raised to the full num- 
ber allowed by law ; but the muster-in of persons so enlisting will be 
made on " Detachment Muster-in Rolls," blanks for which will be fur- 
nished on application at these Headquarters. 

2. Commanding officers of Regiments and Battalions in which no mus- 
tering officer has been appointed, are directed to make such appointment 
at once. 

3. The Commanding officers of the Third, Fourth and Fifth Light Bat- 
teries, and Company F, Cavalry, will, upon the enlistment of their com- 
mands, prepare the proper Muster-in Rolls, and forward them t-o the 
Commanding officer of the Brigades to which they respectively belong, 
who, on receipt of same, will direct the muster-in of the organizations by 
the .Assistant Inspector-General, who, by law, is the Brigade mustering 
officer. 

4. The Second Company of Cadets will be mustered in by its Pay- 
master. 

5. No elections will be ordered in any Company, nor will any military 
supplies be issued until the muster-in of thirty-five men for such com- 
mand. 

6. The maximum of officers and enlisted men of Batteries, Companies 
of Cavalry and Infantry, will be as follows, and no enlistments and mus- 
ter for a larger number will be allowed. For a six-gun Battery of Light 
Artillery there shall be one Captain, two First Lieutenants, two Second 
Lieutenants, one First Sergeant, one Company Quartermaster Sergeant, 
six Sergeants, four Corporals, two Musicians, two Artificers, one Waggoner, 
seventy-eight privates. Total enlisted — 95. 

For a four-gun Battery of Light Artillery there shall be but four Ser- 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 37 

geants and fifty-two Pnvates ; in other respects the same as a six-gun 
Battery. Total enlisted— 67. 

For a Company of Cavalry there shall be one Captain, one First Lieu- 
tenant, one Second Lieutenant, one First Sergeant, one Company Quar- 
termaster Sergeant, five Sergeants, four Corporals, two Trumpeters, two 
Farriers and Blacksmiths, one Saddler, one Wagoner, sixty-seven Pri- 
Tates. Total enlisted — 84. 

For a Company of Infantry there shall be one Captain, one First Lieu- 
tenant, one Second Lieutenant, one First Sergeant, four Sergeants, eight 
Corporals, two Musicians, forty-six Privates. Total enlisted — 61. 

Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunningham, Adjutant-GeneraL 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Headquartebs, Boston, July 1, 1873. 
[Oenebal Obdebs, No. 8.] 

The attention of Commanding Officers of Regiments, Battalions and 
Companies is called to Section 108 of the new Militia Law, which pro- 
vides that, "No parade or voluntary service shall be performed under 
arms or with stAte uniform, unless by approval of Regimental or Battalion 
Commander, or, if Unattached, by the Adjutant-General." Violation of 
the statute will in no case be allowed. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunningham, AdJutarU-Oeneral, 



Commonwealth op Massachusetts. 

•ant-Gbn" 

Boston, July 1, 1873 



Adjut^t-Genbbal'8 Office, ) 



[Gene&ax. Ordebs, No. 9.] 

The troops composing the Third Brigade, M. V. M., Brigadier-General 
Robert H. Chamberlain, commanding, will go into camp for five days, 
according to law, on the State Camp Ground at South Framingham, 
Mass., on Tuesday, the 16th day of September, 1873. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Isaac F. Kingsbttrt, Ass^t Adjutanl-General, 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Headquabtebb, Boston, July 7, 1873. 
[Gekerai. ORX>EBa, No. 10.] 

p€tr. 2. So much of Paragraph 6, General Orders, No. 7, current 
series, as relates to Batteries of Light Artillery and Companies of Infan- 
try, is hereby countermanded ; and the organization for those arms of the 
service will be as follows :— 



38 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

For a Battery of Light Artillery there shall be one Captain, two First 
Lieutenants, two Second Lieutenants, one First Sergeant, one Company 
Quartermaster Sergeant, six Sergeants, four Corporals, two Musicians, 
two Artificers, one Wagoner, seventy-eight Privates. Total enlisted— 
95. 

For a Company of Infantry there shall be one Captain, one First Lien- 
tenant, one Second Lieutenant, one First Sergeant, one Company Qnarter- 
master Sergeant, four Sergeants, four Corporals, two Musicians, two 
Artificers, one Wagoner, forty-six Privates. Total enlisted — 61. 

Far, 2. Commanding officers of companies will forward all reqm- 
sitions for military stores, needed for the coming tour of camp duty, 
through the proper channels, to the Adjutant-General, and in order that 
they may be filled, must be received as follows : Those for the First 
Brigade, on or before July 26 ; for the Second Brigade, on or before 
August 20 ; and for the Third Brigade, on or before September 1, 1873. 

Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, commanding Division M. Y. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunninqham, AdJutatU-Oeneral. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-Gexebal's Officb, ) 
BosToir, July 10, 1873. ) 
[Genbbal Obdebs, No. 11.] 

In pursuance of Section 21, Chapter 313, Acts of 1873, the following- 
named officers are constituted a Board to examine into the moral charsc- 
ter, capacity, attainments, and general fitness for the service, of soch 
commissioned officers as may be ordered before it : — 

Brigadier-Greneral Wilmon W. Blackmar, Judge-Advocate-General, 
President 

Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Mason, Third Regiment Infantry. 

First Lieutenant A. Hun Berry, Adjutant 8th Regiment Infantry « 
Recorder. 

The Board will assemble at the soldiers^ record room of the Adjutan^ 
GeneraPs office, State House, Boston, on Monday, the 2l8t inst., at S 
o^clock, P. M., and at such other times and places as the commander-in- 
chief may direct. All officers who have been elected since June 1st, 
1878, will forthwith appear before the above-named Board. For the 
future, in compliance with the statute, persons elected to office in the 
Militia will receive a commission for thirty days, during which time tliey 
shall report to the Board for examination ; and officers ordering elec- 
tions will embody in such orders directions to the presiding officer, to 
notify the person or persons elected, on receipt of the commission, to 
appear according to law for such examination. 

Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, conmianding Division M, V.M., i5 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cukkikgham, AdjutarU-Oeneral, 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 39 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

rANT-GSN 

Boston, July 15, 1873 



Adjutant-Genbral's Office, ) 



[Oenbral Obdsbs, No. 12.] ' 

The Second Company of Cadets, M. Y. M., Major A. Parker Browne 
commanding, will go into camp for five days, according to law, on the 
State Camp Ground at Soath Framingham, on Tuesday, the 26th day of ' 
August, 1873. 

Major-General B. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is charged 
with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. CimmsfQHAM^ AdjtUatU-General, 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Hbadquabtess, Boston, July 26, 1873. 
[GrarsRAi. Obdbbs, No. 18.] 

The foDowing instructions in regard to transportation to and from the 

several encampments at South Framingham are issued for the information 

and guidance of the l^itia of the Commonwealth : — 

1. Commanding Officers of Brigades, Regiments and Battalions, with 
the Field and Staff Officers of their commands, will provide their own 
transportation, a return for which will be furnished by the Assistant 
Adjutant-General of the Brigade to which such Field and Staff Officers 
belong. 

2. Commanders of Batteries of Light Artillery, Companies of Cavalry 
and Infantry, and Band Masters, wiU see that the members of their com- 
mands supply themselves with proper transportation, and that correct 
returns of same are made. 

3. Transportation will only be allowed for Brigadier-Generals and 
Staff from the Headquarters of their Brigade, for Field and Staff Officers 
of Regiments and Battalions from the Headquarters of such Regiments 
and Battalions, and for Companies from their respective armories. 

4. Returns for expenditures for transportation will be made in accord- 
ance with the provisions of sections 101, 114, 115 and 130 of the Militia 
Law ; blanks for which will be furnished upon application to the Adjutant- 
GeneraL 

Major-Creneral Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. Y. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, AdJutarU-Oenerctl. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-Geneeal's Office, ) 
Boston, July 29, 1873. ) 
[Oestebai. Oebebs, No. 14.] 

The Third Light Battery, Captain Clark B. Baldwin, and the Fourth 

Light Battery, Captain George S. Merrill, are hereby designated, and will 

be known as the '* Second Battalion of Light Artillery ,^^ attached to the 



40 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jaa, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M. The Battery commanded by Capt^n Baldwin 
will be lettered and known as Battery " C," and that by Captain Merrill 
as Battery " D/^ of said Battalion. 

An election will be held forthwith for the choice of the commanding 
officer of the Battalion with the rank of Major. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M,is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Ja8. a. CuionKOHAM, AdJularU-Oeneral. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-Genebal's Ofticb, ) 
Boston, Angust 19, 1873. ) 
[General Ohdebs, No. 15.] 

Par. 1. General Orders, No. 9, current series, dated July 6, 1873, 
directing the troops comprising the Third Brigade, M. V. M., Brigadier- 
General R. H. Chamberlain commanding, to go into camp on the 16th of 
September, 1873, is hereby countermanded. 

Par, 2. The Tenth Regiment of Infantry, Colonel James May, and the 
Fifth Light Battery, Captain John G. Rice, will go into camp at South 
Framingham on the 16th of September, 1873, for five days' camp duty as 
separate organizations. Their commanding officers will forward by the 
1st of September, proximo, proper requisitions for camp equipage. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunkinghah, AdjuUmt-Otneral, 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Heaoqvartehs, Boston, Angnst 23, 1873. 
[General Orders, No. 16.] 

Frequent inquiries having been made at these Headquarters, upon the 

subjects contained in this order, the following instructions are issued, and 

will be observed in the future : — 

1. Accounts of Mustering Officers in duplicate, under oath, for sen-ices 
rendered, with amount actually paid by them for transportation, givmg 
date of muster of companies and detachments, with the letter of such 
companies and for which detachments were mustered, and the date of 
payments to troops, bearing the approval of the Commanding Officer of 
the Brigade for unattached companies, and of regiments or battalions for 
all others, will be forwarded quarterly, direct to the Adjutant-General. 

2. Commanding Officers of. batteries of Light Artillery will render, in 
duplicate, bills for horses used to draw the field-pieces and caissons, as 
provided in sections 79 and 139 of the Militia Laws. 

Blanks for accounts will be furnished on application at these Head- 
quarters. 

3. Enlisted men when elected as commissioned officers, will not be 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. ' 41 

commissioned till they shall have been discharged for the purpose of 
accepting promotion. 

Officers presiding at elections when enlisted men are promoted, will 
make, as part of the return, a statement that the person so elected is an 
enlisted man, giving his rank and company in which he is a member. 

This inlbrmation is indispensable in keeping a proj^er record at these 
Headquarters, and presiding officers at such elections will be held to a 
strict observance of this order. 

4. Transfers of enlisted men, from one command to another, will only 
be made by authority from these Headquarters. 

5. In case the conunanding officer of a company desires to promote a 
member of another company to be a non-commissioned officer in his own 
conunand, he will so notify his regimental or battalion commander, who 
is authorized to make the transfer for such promotion. Commanding 
officers of regiments and battalions, when making such ti-ansfers for pro- 
motion, and when making promotions from their commands to the non- 
commissioned staff, will at once notify these Headquarters of such action, 
giving the letter of the companies in which the changes occur, and the 
date of same. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M, is 
charged witli the promulgation of this order. 

Bv order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. CuNiaxGHAM, AdftUant- General 



Commonwealth op Massachusetts. 

fant-Gen 

Boston, Aug. 26, 1873 



Adjutant-Genehal's Office, ^ 



[Obnebal O&ders, No. 17.] 

At the request of Lieut. Colonel A. Parker Browne, commanding 2d 
Company of Cadets, M. V. M., so much of General Orders, No. 12, cur- 
rent series, as directs his command to go into Camp at South Framing- 
ham, is coantermanded, and the company will encamp at " Magnolia," 
but no allowance will be made for rent of grounds and transportation. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Jas. a. Cunningham, AdJiUant-Oeneral 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Headquahteks, Boston, Sept. 24, 1873. 
[Gexbrai. Ohdebs, No. 18.] 

The Board of Officers appointed by General Orders, No. 11, current 
series, for the examination of persons elected as commissioned officers in 
the Mai-sacliusetts Volunteer Militia, will be in session at the soldiera' 
record room of the Adjutiint-GeneraPs Office, State House, everj' Monday 
afternoon, at 3 o'clock ; and all officers required by law to appear before 
the Board, will do so with the least possible delay. 

6 



42 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. Y. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this Order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, Adjutant-Oeneral. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-General's Office, ) 
BoBTONi Dec. 1, 1873. S 
[General Orders, No. 19.] 

The Board of Officers appointed by General Orders, No. 11, current 
series, for the examination of persons elected as commissioned officers in 
the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, will be in session at the armory of 
Co. B, Second Regiment, M. V. M., Springfield, Mass., on Friday after- 
noon next, December 12th, at 2 o^clock, and all officers in the Second 
Regiment, M. V. M., required by law to appear before the Board, will 
govern themselves accordingly. 

The Board will resume their meetings at the soldiers^ record room, 
Adjutant-GeneraVs Office, State House, on Monday afternoon, December 
16, at 8 o'clock, P. M. 

Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Conmiander-in-Chief 

Jas. a. Cunningham, Adjutant-Oeneral. 



SFECIAIi OBDEBS. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant-General's Office, ) 
Boston, June 3, 1873. ( 
[Special Ordsrs, No. 18.] 

The First Company of Cadets, M. V. M., Lieutenant-Colonel Francis 

W. Palfrey, commanding, will go into camp for five days, according to 

law, on the State Camp Ground at South Framingham, on Tuesday, the 

22d day of July, 1873. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

JAMES.A. Cunningham, Adjutant-General. 

m 

Commonwealth of Massachusests. 

Adjutant-General's Officb, ? 
Boston, Jane 20. \ 
ISfboial Orders, No. 22.] 

So much of Special Orders, No. 18, current series, as directs the First 

Company of Cadets, M.y. M., to go into camp upon the State Camp 

Ground at South Framingham, is hereby countermanded, and the Cadets 

will encamp at Nahant, but no allowance will be made for transportation 

of men or camp equipage, or for rent of grounds. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunningham, Adjutant-Oeneral, 



1874.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 43 



The following orders » received during the year, are fur- 
nished for public record : — 



Wab Dbpabtment. 

DJUTAU 

Washington, Jnne 25 



Adjutant-Genebal's Office, ) 

,1873. S 



[Extract.] 
[Special Ohdesb. No. 127.] 

***** 

6. To complete and correct the record, so much of Special Ordera, No. 

221, Paragraph 60, June 28, 1864, from this office, as discharged, on tender 

of resignation. Surgeon G. A. Otis, 27th Massachusetts Volunteers, is 

amended to read, " to enable him to accept the appointment of Assistant 

SnigeoD, U. S. Volunteers," and to date July 20, 1864, the date prior to 

the acceptance of his new commission. 

***** 

By order of the Secretary of War. 

E. D. TowNSKSO}, Adjutant- General, 
OmciAJL. : J. P. Ma&tdt, Aui$UaiU Adjutcmt-Gentrai. 



War Department. 

DJrUTA] 

Washington, Nov. 1, 1873 



Adjtutant-Oenebal's Office, ) 



[Extract.] 
[Spbcial Obi>bb0, No. 216.] 



4. To correct his record on the rolls, so much of Special Orders, No. 
500, November 20, 1867, from this office, as revoked the muster of George 
M. Munroe^ as 1st Lieutenant, 21st Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers, is 
revoked, and to cover services he is mustered out and honorably dis- 
charged from the military service of the United States, to date November 

1, 1864. 

« * * * * 

Bv order of the Secretary of War. 

E. D. TowNSEND, Adjutant-General, 
OmcuLL' X p. yiASiTm f AanHant Adjutani'Generdl, 



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Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutaitt-Genbral's OwncEf) 
Boston, Jan. 1, 1874. ) 
[Oehbbal Ordebb, No. 1.] 

Colonel Anson P. Hooker, Assistant Surgeon-General of this Common- 
wealth, died at his residence, in Cambridge, Dee. 31, 1873. 

In recognition of his services, both during the late war and to the 
State, extending over a period of thirteen years, and in respect for his 
character and abilities, His Excellency, the Commander-in-Chief, orders 
that his death be officially communicated to the Militia throughout the 
Commonwealth. 

The offices of the Adjutant-General and Surgeon-General will be 
closed at II o^clock on Saturday, the 3d instant, the day of the funeral. 

Major-General Benj. F. Butler, commanding Division M. V. M., is 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

James A. Cunninghak, AdJiUatUOeneral. 



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ROSTER. 



Cknmnander^ixi-Chlef. 
WILLIAM B. WASHBUHN', Greenfield. 



Atjfutani'General. Rank^ Miyor^GentrdL 

JAMES A. CUNNINGHAM, . . Boston. 



Sunfeon'Oeneral. Bankf Briffodier-GeneraL 

WILLIAM J. DALE, . . • North Andover, 



Judge Advocate-General. Rank, Brigadier-GeneraL 

WILMON W. BLACKMAR, . . Boston. 



AuiaUaU Aiffutani-General, Rank, Colonel, 

ISAAC F. EINGSBURY, . . . Newton. 



Aeeitiani Surffeon-General. Rank, Cohnel. 

ANSON P. HOOKER, . . Cambridge, 



Assistant Inspector-General. Rank, Colonel 

JOSEPH A. HARWOOD, . . . Littleton. 



Aids to the Commander-in-Chief. Rank, Colonel. 

FRANCIS W. PALFREY, . . Boston. 

^WTLLIAM F. BARTLETT, . . Pittsfield. 

'WIULIAM. B, STORER, . , . Cambridge. 

G£OR6E RIPLEY Andorer. 

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[Jan. 



FIRST DIVISION. 



BANK. 


Name and BeaMenoe. 


nateofCommluiao. 


Major-General, 


Benjamin F. Butler, Lowell, 


May 23, 1866. 


Asst. Adj. Gen.; rank, 






Col., .... 


Edgar J. Sherman, Lawrence, . 


Aug. 13, 1867. 


Med. Dir. ; rank, Col., . 


Yorick G. Hard, Ipswich, . 


Dec. 26, " 


Asst. Ins. Gen.; rank. 






Lt. Col., . 


Edward J. Jones, Boston, . 


Oct. 30,1871. 


Asst. Q. M. ; rank, Lt. 






Col., .... 


George J. Carney, Lowell, 


Aug. 18, 1867. 


En^neer ; rank. Major, 
Ai(&-do-Camp ; " " 

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John VV. Kimball, Fitchborg, . 


15, 1870. 


Roland G. Usher, Lynn, . 


June 25, 1866. 


Judge-Advo. ; " " 


Edwin L. Barney, New Bedford, 


Aug. 13, 1867. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 



Brigadier-General, 
Asst. Adj. Gen.; rank, 

l^D. v/Ol., ... 

Med. Dir. ; rank,Lt. Col., 
Asst. Ins. Gen.; rank. 

Major, 
Asst. Q. M. ; rank, Capt., 
En^neer ; " " 

Ai<te-de-Camp ; " " 
Judge-Advo. ; 
Prov. Marshal ; " 



44 44 

44 



Isaac S. Burrill, Boston, . 
Hobart Moore, Boston, 



Solomon A. Bolster, Boston, 
Francis L. Gilman, Charleston, . 
Edmund H. Hewins, Boston, . 
Eben R. .Frost, Boston, 
Patrick A. Collins, Boston, , 
Albert Freeman, Boston, . 



July 26, 1866. 
Mar. 5, 1870. 



May 21, 1870. 
22, 1872. 
July 14, 1878. 
Mar. 21, 1870. 
July 11, 1871. 
June 28, 1873. 



FIB8T BATTATiTON OF IiiaHT ABTHiUSBT. 



Major, . . . . 
Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt, 
Quar. Master ; " " 
Paymaster ; " " 
Surgeon ; " Major, 

Battery A — Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 
Second Lieutenant, 

Battery B — Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 
Second Lieutenant, 



Dexter H. Follett, Boston, 
Brownell Granger, Boston, 
D. Foster Farrar, Boston, . 
Jacob Pfaff, Boston, . 
John P. Ordway, Boston, . 

Edwin C. Lanffley, Cambridge, 
Ira C. Foster, Boston, 
John F. Murray, Cambridge, . 
Isaac Chase, Boston, . 



Charles W. Baxter, Boston, 
Horace J. Hooton, Boston, 
Nicholas T. ApoUonio, Boston, . 
Thomas J. Tute, Boston, . 
Charles W. Reed, Boston, . 



Dec. 4. 1871. 
30, " 
30, "^ 

June 4, 1873. 

Dec. 30, 1871. 



May 
Jan. 
Nov, 
May 



9, 1871. 
5, 1869. 
7, 1871. 
9, " 



Nov. 6, 1865. 
May 7, 1869. 
April 9, 1872. 
28, 1868. 
July 26, 1870. 



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nBST BATTAUOir OT OAVALBT. 



ILANK. 


Kame and Besldenoe. 


Date of Gommlstion. 


lientoDant-Colonel, 


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John H. Roberts, Chelsea, 


Jan. 20, 


1873. 


Major, .... 


George Curtis, Boston, 


June 23, 


1870. 


Adjutant; rank, lat Lt^ 


Edward C. Colman, . 


Feb. 1, 


1873. 


Quaiterm'r; " " 


Edward A. Osgood, . 


1. 


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Oran G. Cilley, .... 


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Fred. I. Clayton, Chelsea, 


June 10, 


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Thomas W. Neal, Boston, . • 


April 8, 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Cyrus C. Emery, Boston, . 


8, 


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Gieorge S. Uolt, Charlestown, . 


8, 


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Captain, 


David Scott, Boston, . 


Mar. 4, 


1872. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Moses F. Webster, Cambridge, 


Nov. 4, 


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Thomas Cowan, Cambridge, . 


4, 


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Captain, 


Wm. H. Roberts, Charlestown, 


Feb. 27. 


1872. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Kelsey M. Gilmore, Charleston, 


27, 


t( 


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Henry L. Page, Charlestown, . 


27, 


C( 


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Captain, 


John A. Scott, Boston, 


Aug. 5, 


1872. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Aaron A. Hall, Boston, 


Mar. 20, 


It 


Second liieutenant. 


John Newcomb, Boston, . 


20, 


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FIB8T BSanaSNT OF UnrAJTTBT. 



Colonel, 

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Major, . . . . 
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Qtiarterm'r; " " 
Surgeon ; " Major, 
Chaplain, 

Asst. Sur. ; rank, 1st Lt., 
Paymaster; " ** 



Co. A — Wesi Boxbury, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Ldeatenant, 

Co. jB — Boston, 
Oaptain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Laeatenant, 



Henry W. Wilson, Boston, 
Alfred N. Proctor, Boston, 
John McDonou^h, Boston, 
Franklin G. Bixby, Boston, 
Walter H. Steams, Jr., Newton, 
George T. Perkins,' Boston, 
Wm. H. H. Murray, Boston, 

Albert W. Hersey, Boston, 



Nathi H. Kemp, W. Roxbury, . 
A. W. Tuckerman, W. Roxbury, 



Henry Parkinson, Boston, 
William H. Warner, Boston, 
John A. Finn, Boston, 



Dec. 12, 1872. 
Aug. 29, 1866. 

29 ** 
Dec. 24,' 1872. 
Jan. 10, 1873. 

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July 8, 1872. 
Oct. 7, " 



June 19, 1866. 
May 29, 1871. 
July 10, 1873. 



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ITBST HEGIMXIlSrr— Continued. 



BAHK. 



Kame and Residence. 



DateorOonndWoe. 



Co. C—Newion, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. D — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co E~-Bo8ion\ 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, F-^Bostotk 
Captain, 

Fii*st Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, E— 'Chelsea, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, I— Boston, 
Captain,. 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. K— 'Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Frank N. Brown, Newton, 
Frank Edmands, Newton, 



Charles G. Davis, Boston, . 
Benjamin R. Wales, Boston, 
Edwin R. Jenness, Boston, 



Paul M. Foss, Boston, 
John AVeiffle, Boston, 
Marcus J. Long, Boston, . 



William Evans, . 
Matthew R. AValsh, Boston, 
Daniel Mitchell, Boston, . 



George G. Nichols, Melrose, 
George T. Sears, Boston, . 
Daniel G. Wiggin, Boston, 



Stephen W. Wheeler, Chelsea, . 
George W. White, Chelsea, 
John F. Cook, Chelsea, . 



Joseph T. Paget, Boston, . 
Cephas Fais, Boston, 
Edward F. Biyant, Boston, 



James H. Wade, Boston, 
Theodore Wilson, 



Sept 22, 1873. 
July 80, •* 



June 27, IWl 
27, 
27, 



M 

U 



Aug. 1, 1867, 
July U, 1878. 



Oct 29, 1866. 
Aug. 9, 1867. 
June 18, 1869. 



Sept 26, 1873. 
26, " 
26, 



u 



April 28, 1871. 
May 3, 1872. 

8. " 



May 19, 1868. 
Mar. 20, 1872. 
Oct 5, 1869. 



July 17, 1878. 
Dec. 10, 1872. 



THIBD BSaiMENT OF XNFAITTBT. 



Colonel, 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Major, . . . . 
Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt, 
Quarterm'r; " " 
Surgeon ; " Major, . 
Chaplain, 

AsstSur. ; rank,lstLt, 
Paymaster, ** " 



Bradford D. Davol, Fall River, . 
Frederick Mason, Taunton, 
Thomas B. Griffith, S. Carver, . 
Si£iTa L. Braley, Fall River, . 
Alfred H. Martine, Fall River, . 
Joseph W. Hajw^ard, Taunton, . 
Alonzo H. Quint, New Bedford, 
Ira B. Cushing, Taunton, . 
William G. Bennett, Fall River, 



Mar. 

May 

Mar. 

July 

Mar. 

Juue 

Aug^. 

June 



9. 1871. 

25, 1870. 
27, 1871. 
10, 1873. 
27, 1871. 
16, 1872. 
80, " 
20, 1873, 



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Koae and Besldenoe. 



Date of Commiision. 



Co. A-^HcUifax, 
C&ptain, . • 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B^FaU Biver. 
Captain, 

Firflt Lientenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. C^-^So. Akingtion. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. D^FM Biver. 
Captain, 

Ftnt Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Cb. E^New Bedford. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Op. F-^Taunlon. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
SecoKd Lieutenant, 

Co. O-^Taunton. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. I — N'. Bridgeioater. 
Giptain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. K — Abington. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, L — Carver. 
Captain, . % 

First Lientenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. M' — Piymouth. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



L. M. Thompson, £. Bridgew^r, 
George H. Bonney, Duxbury, . 
Frank C. Hill, Pembroke, . 



Jos. Bowers, Jr., Fall River, 
Wm. Riciiardson, Fall River, 
S<|uier Bogle, Fall River, . 



Timothy Reed, S. Abington, . 
Seth P. Gumey, S. Abington, . 
Rodnuw T, Powers, S. Abington, 



Valorous O. Say ward. Fall River, 
Francis H. Capo, Fall River, . 
Byron Spencer, Fall River, 



Daniel A. Butler, New Bedford, 
James E. Childs, New Bedford, 
Wm. Sanders, New Bedford, . 



Alfred B. Hodore&, Taunton, 
Blan chard B. Kelly, Taunton, . 
John T. Kelly, Taunton, . 



Francis L. Morse, Taunton, 
Wm. A. Willard, Taunton, 
Arthur Mason, Taunton, . 



Sam'l B. Hincklev, N. Bridgew'r, 
£zekiel Packard, N. Bridgew'r, 
James A. Ide, N. Bridgewater, 



Timothy S. Atwood, Abington, 
Nath'l 0. Holbrook, Abington, . 
John M. Lyon^ Abington, . 



Ansel B. Ward, Carver, . 
Simeon Harlow, Middleboro\ . 
Pred'k E. Wood, Middleboro', . 



Herbert Morissfey, Plymouth, . 
Martin J. Hunting, Plymouth, . 



April 4, 1871, 
Mar. 16, 1872. 
16, " 



May 



8, 1873. 

8, 

8, 



Cl 



44 



May 9, 1873. 

9 ** 
July 18^ " 



May 



6, 1873. 



44 
44 



June 14, 1869. 
May 27, 1872. 
27, " 



Jan. 13, 1873. 
July 14, " 
14, " 



Mar. 28, 1871. 

28 ** 
Aug. 14! 1872. 



Mar. 4, 1872. 
Jan. 8, 
Mar. 4, 



41 



44 



Oct. 13, 1869. 
April 8. 1871. 
May 19, " 



July 28, 1873. 
28, " 

28, " 



Oct. 31, 1873. 
31, 



44 



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[Jan. 



NINTH BSGIMENT OF INVANTBT. 



BANK. 



Name and SMldence. 



Date of ConuolMtofi. 



Colonel, 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Major, . . . . 
Adjutant; rank, 1st Lt., 
QuartermY; " " 
Surgeon ; " Major, 
Chaplain, 

Asst. Sur. ; rank, 1st Lt., 
Paymaster ; 



t( 



Co, A — Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. C — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, D — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. E — Bostofi, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. F—Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. O — Charlestown. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. E— Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. I— Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Bernard F. Finan, Boston, 
William M. Strachan, Boston, . 
Laurence J. Logan, Boston, 
Edmund H. Fitzpatrick, Boston, 
Dennis G. Quirk, Charlestown, 
Archibald £. McDonald, Boston, 
Dennis J. O'Donnovan, Boston, 
Jas. A. McDonald, Charlestown, 
Hugh A. Madden, Boston, 



Pafk Houghton, Jr., Somerville, 
James P. J. Haney, Boston, 
William Fitzsimmons, Boston, . 



Dennis J. Gorman, Boston, 
John D. Kelly, Boston, 
John B. McAleer, Boston, . 



Edmund 6. Meehan, Boston, 
Michael J. Mahoney, Boston, 
Francis J. Doherty, Boston, 



M. H. Loughlin, Boston, . 
John T. O'Connor, Boston, 



Eugene E. Montgomery, . 

John B. Reardon, Boston, 
Patrick B. Murphy, Boston, 

Thos. J. Harrington, Charleston, 
Wm. H. Crowley, Charlestown, 

Charles E. Lyons, Boston, ^ 
Daniel J Sweeney, Boston, 
John J. Cotter, Boston, 

James J. Flynn, Boston, . 
Matthew J. Callahan, Boston, . 
Lawrence J. Ford, Boston, 



Mar. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

June 
Aug. 
July 
Aug. 
June 



12. 1869. 

9, 1872. 

4, " 
20. 1869. 

3, 1873. 

2, 1871. 
29, 1873. 

2, 1871. 

3, 187S. 



June 5, 1871. 
July 24, " 
Feb. 9, " 



Jnly 


24, 


1873. 




24. 


W 




24, 


u 


July 


24. 


1873. 




24. 


u 


Oct 


12. 


1871. 


July 


25, 


1873. 




26, 


u 


Sept. 


25. 


1873. 


July 


24, 


187:^. 




24, 


u 


July 


20, 


1871. 


Aug. 


2, 


1873. 


July 


22, 


187S. 




22. 


u 


Sept. 


2, 


M 


Sept 
July 


11. 


1873. 


2.% 


4t 




25. 


M 



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jsmsrra BZiormoirc-oontiBaed. 



RANK. 


Kame aod fiesldence. 


Date of CoinmiMlon. 


Co. K'^-'Boslon, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


* 

Geo. A J. Colgan, Boston, 
William Barry, Boston, . 
Thomas F. Murray, . 


July 80, 1869. 
Aug. 24, 1871. 
24, " 



FIB8T BATTAUON OF USHPAJSTrUY. 



Major, .... 
Adjutant; rank, 1st Lt., 
QuartermY; " " 
Surgeon ; ** Major, 
Paymaster; *' IstLt., 


Austin C. Wellington, Boston, . 
Theodore D. Whitney, Boston, . 
Lowell B. Hiscock, Boston, 


May 19, 
July 16, 
June 11, 


1873. 

u 
(1 


Co. A — Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Nicholas N. Noyes, Boston, 
George 0. Noyes, Boston, 
George U. Thom, Boston, 


June 30, 
Sept. 29, 
Oct. 10, 


1873. 

it 

(4 


Co. B^Boaton 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


George H. Eldridge, Boston, . 


July 8, 


1873. 


Co. B — Boston, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Henry A. Thomas, Boston, 
Philip M. Fowler, Boston, 


April 28, 
June 14, 


1873. 
1872. 


Co. E— Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


John W. W. Majoram, Boston, . 
William J. Fitzemeyer, Boston, 
Giles R. Alexander, . 


June 21, 
July 80, 
Sept 80, 


1869. 
1872. 
1873. 



SBCX>in> BATTAUOir OF TSHFANTRY, 



Major, . . . . 

Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt, 
QuartermY; *• " 
Surgeon ; ** Major, 
Paymaster;' ** IstLt, 

Co. A — Boston. 
Captain, 

First Lieatenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B — Neta Bedford. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Lewis Gaul, Boston, . 
William G. Butler, . 
James W. Somcrs, Boston, 
James T. Still, Boston, 
George W. Lowther, Boston, 



James B. Watkins, Boston, 
Charles F. A. Francis, Boston, . 
James H. Greenige, Lynn, 



Jas. R. Reynolds, New Bedford, 
George Delavan, New Bedford, 



Sept 1, 1866. 
July 10, 1871. 
April 13, 1872; 
June 80, 1871. 
2, 1873. 



Oct. 3, 1866. 
May 6,. 1870. 
July 16,, "" 



Dec. 1, 1870: 
April 8, 1869. 



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8SCOND BRIGADE. 



BANK. 



Vmn» ttd B«tidMee. 



Datoof 



Brigadier-General, 
Asst. Adj. Gen.; rank, 
Lit. Col., . . . 
Med. Dir. ; rank, Lt. Col., 
As'tlns.G'l; " Major, 
A. D. C. ; " Captain, 
Asst. Q. M. ; " 
Enfi^ineer ; *' 
Judge-Adv. ; " 



u 



t( 



u 



George H. Pq^rspn, Salem, 

Eben Sutton, N. Andover, . 
William Ingalls, Boston, . 
Joseph A. Ingalls, Swampscott, 
Loring W. Muzzey, Liexin^ton, 
Daniel W. Lawrence, Medford, 
Hugh Cochrane, Maiden, . 



July 26, 1866. 



May 
July 
Aug. 



19, 1878. 
24, 1867. 
19, 1873. 

1, 1868. 

13, \m. 

2, 1B78. 



iriFTH BJBGIMIBNT OF ZSnTAKTBT. 



Colonel, 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 

Major, . 

Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt., 

Quarterm'r; " " 

Sargeon ; " Major, 

Chaplain, 

AsstSur. ; rank, 1st Lt, 

Paymaster; " " 

Go. A — Charlestawn, 
Captain, . . 
First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B — SomervUU. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. C— Concord. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. D^Charlestoum 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. E— Medford. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. F— Medford. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Walter Everett, Charlestown, . 
Cyrus Tay, Wobum, . 
Ezra J. Trail, Charlestown, 
B. Frank Stoddard, Boston, 
Horace S. Perkins, Salem, 
Edward G. Forster, Charleston, 

Benj. A. Sawyer, Haverhill, 
George D. Putnam, Salem, 



Francis W. Pray, Charlestown, 
John £. Phipps, Charlestown, . 
Heniy G. Jonian, Boston, . 



Charles F. King, Somerville, . 
Rudolph Kramer, Somerville, . 
Frederick Kramer, Somerville, 



George P. How, Concord, . 
Henry J. Walcott, Concord, 



Fred. B. Bo^a, Charlestown, . 
Michael J. Smgleton, Charleston, 
William J. Debus, Charlestown, 



Tsaac F. R. Hosea, Medford, . 
Jophamus H. Whitney, Medford, 
Sam^l G. Jepson, Medford, 



Warren W. Manning, Medford, 
Frederick W. Dorr, Medford, . 
Charles F. Dane, Medford, 



May 3, 1871. 

3 ** 
July l! 1872. 
Aug. 17, " 

12, 1878. 
May 19, 1871. 

Aug. 27, 1873. 
June 21, *" 



Dec. 20, 1871. 
Mar. 17, 1873. 
17. * 



May 17, 1871. 
Mar. 25, 1873. 
26, •* 



June 20,1872. 
May S, 1873. 



Mar. 4, 1872. 

Sept. 29, 1873. 

29. 



•4 



Feb. 9, 1866. 
Apr. 1, 187S. 
1, " 



May 22. 1873. 
22, " 
22, " 



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BANK. 

• 


Name and Besldence. 


Date of Gommlsslon. 


Co. G—Wobum, 










Captain, 


Alonzp L. Richardson, Wobum, 


Aug. 


1. 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Alonzo T. Younff, Woburn, 
Marcellus Littleneld, Wobum, . 




1, 


«i 


Second Lieutenant, 




1, 


6t 


Co, H-^Charlestoum. 








■ 


Captain, 


Guilford S. Ladd, Charlestown, 


Aug. 


1, 


1873. 


l^nst Lieutenant, . 


Joseph M. Foster, Charlestown, 


May 


27, 


. ♦♦ 


Second Lieutenant, . . 


Frank D. Woodbury, Charleston, 




27, 


t( 


Co, I-^Eudsan, 








■ 


Captain, 


John F. Dolan, Hudson, . 


May 


13, 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Edward L. Powers, Hudson, . 




13. 


(4 


Second Lieutenant, 


Frederick 0. W elsh, Hudson. . 

• 




13. 


(C 


Co. K—Cambridge, 


i 






, 


Captain, 


Greorge A. Keeler, Cambridge, 


Apr. 


8, 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


John C. Sylvia, Cambridge, 
Wm. L. B.Kobinson, Cambridge, 




8. 


(« 


Second Lieutenant, 




8. 


it 




BHanCBNT OF INFANTBlT. 








SIXTH 


Colonel, 


Melvin Beal, Lawrence, . 


May 


29, 


1866. 


Lieutenant-Colonel, ' . 


Benjamin F. Goddard, Lowell, . 




29, 


it 


Ifajor, .... 


Smith M. Decker, Lawrence, . 


Aug. 


18, 


1873. 


Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt, 


Charles C. Whitney, Lawrence, 


Mar. 


80, 


1871. 


Quarterm'r ; '* " 


James G. Abbott, Lawrence, . 


April 


1, 


1870. 


Surgeon; rank, Major, 


George W. Sargent, TAwrence, 


Aug. 


1, 


1873. 


Chaplain, 


George W. Perry, Lowell, 




6, 


tt 


Ast Surg. ; rank, 1st Lt., 


George E. Pinkham, Lowell, 




13, 


tt 


Paymaster; " " 


Chase Philbrick, Lawrence, 


June 


7. 


it 


Co. A—WakefiM, 










Captain, 


John M. Cate, Wakefield, . 


Mar. 


19, 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


George E. Gilman, Wakefield, . 


Dec, 


20, 


1871. 


Second Lieutenant, 


Albert Mansfield, Lynnfield, . 




20, 


t( 


Co. B — Chroton, 










Captain, 


Josiah S. Williams, W.TownsM, 


Dec. 


80, 


1870 


First Lieutenant, . 


Charles F. Williamson, Groton, 


July 


13, 


1868. 


Second lieutenant. 


Parker J. Kemp, Pepperell, 


Dec. 


30, 


1870. 


Co. G^LoiveU, 


- 








Captain, 


Charles H. Kimball, Lowell, . 


Nov. 


13, 


1871. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Charles F. Tilton, Lowell, 


Feb. 


7, 


1872. 


Seeond Lieutenant, 


Charles H. Brown, Lowell, 




7, 


(1 


Co. D — LowtLl. 










wSpBUDy • • . 


James M. Torsey, Lowell, 


Sept 


u, 


1866. 


Fast Lieutenant, . 


Alfred J. Hall, Lowell, . 


Feb. 


6, 


1868. 


Second Lieutenant, 


Edwin W. Bartlett, Lowell, . 




6, 


(t 



9 



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BANK. 


Kame and Besidenoe. 


Date of CommfMioo. 


Co. E—Marlboro\ 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, F-'Edverhill, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, G — Lowell. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

, Co, H— Lowell. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. I-^Lawrence. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. K — Lawrence. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Edmund C. Whitney, Marlboro', 
Henry Parsons, Marlboro', 
Ambrose M. Page, Marlboro', . 

Richard B. Brown, Haverhill, . 
John N. Ellsworth, Haverhill, . 
Frank A. Dow, Haverhill, - 

Albert Pinder, Lowell, 

Chas. H. Richardson, Lowell, . 

Henry M. Thompson, Lowell, . 

• 

Timothy Leahey, Lowell, . 
Owen McDermott, Lowell, 
Richard Comerford, Lowell, 

Timothy Deacey, Lawrence, . 
Timothy Riordan, Lawrence, . 
Michael Murphy, Lawrence, 

L. N. Duchesney, N. And«ver, . 
Josiah C. Flanders, Lawrence, . 
George W. Town, Lawrence, . 


Aug. 11, 1873. 

11, " 
11, " 

Apr. 15, 1872. 
May 19, 187S. 

19. " 

Mar. 28, 1866. 

Jan. 12, 1870. 

17, 1872. 

May 8, 1872. 

' 8 " 
Aug. is', 187S. 

Feb. 26, 1871. 
Aug. 9, 1873. 
9. " 

Aug. 23, 187S. 

20, " 
Oct 22, " 



EiaHTH KEiaiMENT OF JXTFAJSmRTT. 



Colonel, . . . 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Major, . ^ . 
Adjutant; rank, 1st Lt., 
Quarterm'r; " " 
Surgeon; rank, Mai or,. 
Chaplain, . 
As't Surg. ; rank, 1st Lt., 
Paymaster, " " 

Co. A — Newburypori, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B — Newburypori. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., Lynn, . 
Francis E. Porter, Beverly, 
David W. Low, Gloucester, 
Abram H. Berry, Lynn, . 
Charles E. Kimball, Lynn, 
John L. Robinson, Wenham, . 
Ellery C. Butler, Beverly. . 
Preston M. Chase, Danvers, 
Wm. N. Tyler, Melrose, . 



Edw'd F. Bartlett,Newburyport, 
Dennis W. Quill, Newburyport, 
Henry Walsh, Newburyport, . 



Charles L. Avers, Newburyport, 
Samuel W. Tuck, Newburyport, 
John W. Sargent, Newburyport, 



July 
May 
July 

Mar. 
July 
Dec. 
May- 
June 



22, 1864. 
29, 1866. 
22, 1864. 

15, "^ 

25, 1868. 

26, 1864. 
15, 1872. 

2, 1870. 
1, 187S. 



Aug. 21, 187S. 
21, " 
21, »' 



Mar. 19, 1866. 
Oct. 22, 1873. 
22, " 



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Date of Commlsfllon. 



Co. C^Marhlehead, 
Captain, 

First Lieatenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. B — Lynn, 
Captain, 

First Lieatenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, E^Beverly. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, F — Lynn. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. O — Olottcester. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. H— 'Salem. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co, I — Lynn, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 

Co. K— 'Salem. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Benjamin Pitman, Marblehead, 
Charles H. O^Hare, Marblehead, 
George W. Homan, Marblehead, 



Edward C. Neal, Lynn, . 
John G. Warner, Lynn, , 
Greorge A. FuUer, tfr., Lynn, 



Hu^h J. Munsey, Beverly, 
Benjamin F. Herrick, Beverly, , 
Charles L. Dodge, Beverly, 



Josiah F. Kimball, Lynn, . 
William H. Gale, Lynn, . 
William J. Clark, Lynn, . 



Charles H. Pew, Gloucester, 
Geo. W. Caswell, Jr., Gloucester, 
Rich^d C. Lawrence, Gloucester, 



Jonathan Osborn, Boston, 

Jeremiah C. Batcholler, Lynn, . 
Charles C. Fry, Lynn, 
James F. Pool, Lynn, 

Winsor M. Ward, Peabody, 
Charles C. Jewell, Salem, 
James A. Leonard, Salem, 



May 11, 1872. 
Aug. 8. 1873. 
Sept. 16, 1872. 



Mar. 11, 1873. 
11, " 



t( 



June 13, 1866. 
May 21, 1868. 
21, " 



Aug. 29, 1870. . 
29, " 
8, 1871. 



April 18, 1872. 
May 23, 1873. 
23, " 



April 23, 1873. 

May 6, 1863. 
Jan. 27, 1865. 
April 19, 1869. 

April 21, 1871. 

21 ** 
Sept. 12* 1872. 



SSCOND BATTAUON OF IiIGHT ABTHiIiEBT. 






Major, .... 


George S. Merrill, Lawrence, , 


Aug. 


11, 


187E 


Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt., 


James In^lls, Methuen, . 

D. Frank Kobinson, Lawrence, 




20, 


it . 


QuartermV; ** " 




20, 


it 


Surgeon : rank. Major, . 


Edmund Seyffarth, Lawrence, . 




20, 


tt 


Paymaster; rank,lstLt., 


J. Spencer Drayton, Melrose, . 




20, 


tt 


Battery C — Melrose. 










Captain, 


Clark B. Baldwin, Melrose, 


May 


30, 


1871. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Charles 0. Boyd, Melrose, 


July 


18, 


ti 


W 4» 

• • 


Jacob M. Ellis, Melrose, . 




18, 


it 


Second Lientenant, 


H. Frank Nevins, Maiden, 


Aug. 


3, 


1870. 


u • «« 


Benjamin F. Cannon, Maiden, . 


July 


24, 


1872. 



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BBOOKD BATTAUOK— OcmtiniMd. 



BANK. 


Name and Eecidencc. 


Date of CommlsdoB. 


Battery D — Lawrence. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 

ti it 

• • 

Second Lieutenant, 
It tt 

• 


George G. Durrell, Lawrence, . 
Wallace M. Priest, Lawrence, . 
John Shean, Lawrence, . 
Alonzo Joy, Lawrence, . 
Frank A. Bryant, Lawrence, 


Aug. 15, 1878. 
May 6, 1871. 
Aug. 16, 1873. 
May 5, 1871. 
Aug. 15, 1873. 



OOMPAMTY F. UNATTACKBD OAVAIiBY-OHELMSPOBD. 



Captain, 

Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt., 
Asst. Surg. ; " " 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Christopher Roby, Chelmsford, 
H.Herbert Emerson, Chelmsf^d, 
Levi Howard, Chelmsford, 

Benjamin F. Day, Chelmsford. 



Sept 5, 1861. 
July 24, 1866. 
24, " 

April 1, 1871. 



THIBD BBIGADE. 



Brigadier-General, 


Rob't H. Chamberlain, WorcY, 


Dec. 


31, 1868, 


Asst. Adj. Gen'l ; rank. 








Lieut. Col., 


Joseph A. Titus, Worcester, 


Aug. 


30, 1870. 


Med. Dir. ; rank, Lieut. 








Col., .... 


SamU Flagg, Worcester, . 


Feb. 


1, 1869. 


Asst. Ins. Gen.; rank. 








Major, 


Henry M. Phillips, Springfield, 


June 


1, 18TS. 


Asst. Q.M. ; rank,Capt., 


Chas. S. Chapin, Worcester, 






Engineer, " " 




Feb. 


1, 1869. 


Aide-de-Camp," " 


Edward B. Hamilton, Worc*r, . 


Sept 


2, 1870. 


Judge-Advo. '♦ " 


Henry A. Willis, Fitch burg, 


Feb. 


1, 1869. 



BECOin> BSGIMEia'T OF IKFANTBT. 



Colonel, 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Major, . , . . 
Adjutant ; rank, 1st Lt, 
Quarterm'r; " " 
Surgeon; rank. Major, 
Chaplain, 

As't Sui:g ; rank, IstLt., 
Paymaster, " " 

Co. A — Oreenfield. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Jos. B. Parsons, Northampton, 
Homer G. Gilmore, Spiingfield, 
Embury P. Clark, Holy ok e, . . 
Eugene D. Capron, Springfield, 
Jos. D. Parsons, Northampton, . 
Horatio G. Stickney, Springfield, 
Chas. E. Swan, Northampton, . 
David Clark, Springfield, . 
Byron Porter, Springfield, 



Anson Withey, Greenfield, 
George E. Salisbury, Greenfield, 



Dec. 8, 1868. 
Aug. 14, 1871. 

14, " 
May 10, 187'i. 

10, " 
Jane 8, " 
Sept. 19, " 

18, " 
June 16, 1873. 



May 19, 1871. 
Sept. 15, 1873. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



6? 



SEOOND BEGIMENT— Gontinued. 



BANK. 



Name and Besldenco. 



Date of Commission. 



Co. B— Springfield. 
Captain, 

first lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. G— Amherst 
Captain, 

iirst Ldentenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. D^Westfield^ 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. E^PiUsfiM. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. F— Northampton^ 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. — Springfield. 
Qiptain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. H-^Deerfield. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Co. L^SheUmme Falls. 

Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 

Second Lieutenant, 



Co. K—Holyoke, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 



Robert J. Hamilton, Springfield, 
Newton E. Kellogg, Springfield, 
Willard W. Sawyer, Springfield, 



Lorenzo Draper, Amherst, 
Frank £. Piekinson, Amherst, 



Andrew L. Bush, Westfield, 
Edwin B. Smith, Westfield, 
Fhineas Solomon, Westfield, 



Henry S. Briffcs, Pittsfield, 
G. R. Lingenfelter, Pittsfield, 
J. N. Shepardson, Pittsfield, 



Benj. F. Prouty, Northampton, . 



F. Edward Gray, Springfield, 
James N. Dodge, Springfield, 
A. H. G. Lewis, Springfield, 



Charles S. Babcock, S. Deei*field, 
Benj. F. Bridges, S. Deerfield, . 
Charles Stowell, S. Deerfield, . 



H. B. Rowley, Shelbume Falls, 
R. SmitJi Perry, Shelbume Falls, 
F. W. Meniam, Shelbume Falls, 



Edwin A. Ramsey, Holyoke, . 
George E. Whitaker, Holyoke, . 
Joseph W. Moore, Holyoke , 



Dec. 4, 1872. 
Oct 16, 1878. 
July 81, 1871. 



Feb. 7, 1878. 

7, 



it 



July 27, 1870. 

27 ** 
Oct. 16*, 1871. 



May 16, 1871. 
Aug. 21, " 
Sept. 20, 1872. 



Dec. 19, 1878. 



Apr. 25, 1878. 
Feb. 26, " 
26, " 



Nov. 28, 1871. 
28, " 
28, " 



Sept. 



6, 1872. 
6, " 
6, " 



Aug. 27, 1872. 
18, 1871. 
27, 1872. 



ADJDTANT-GENEKAL'S REPORT. 



TENTH SBOIMBNT OF TUtYAJXTSY. 



RANK. 


,„.„....,»> 


DUBDf 


Colonel, 
Lieutenant-Colonel, . 

Major 

A<0utant; rank, Ist Lt., 
Quarterm'r; " 
Surgeon; rank. Major, 
Cbaplain, . 
As't Surg.; rank, 1 St Lt, 
Paymaster, . 


James May, mtchborg, . 
James M. Drennan, Worcester. 
John F. Searie, Grafton, . 
Herbert 0. Morse, Fitchburg, . 
Henry S. Hitchcock, Fitchburg, 
George Jewett, Fitchburg. 
George S. Ball, Upton, . 
William H. Hildreth, fitchburg, 
George £. Davis, Fitchburg, . 


Feb. 
Aug. 

Uar. 

Sept. 
June 


.Co. A—Woreester. 
Captain, 

First Lieatenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


William H. King, Worcester, . 
Charles H. Parker, Worcester, . 
Edwin E. Shumwaj, Worcester, 


Oct. 
July 
Not. 


Go. B—FUchburg. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, . 


George E. Goodrich, Fitchburg, 
Henry G. Green, Fitchburg, . 
Herbert E. Caswell, FitchTinrg, 


May 
Feb. 


Co. C^Worceater. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenantj 


John J, Upham. Worcester. 
Asa N. Wheeler, Worcester, . 
Ira Woodoock, Worcester, 


Jan. 
May 


Co. D—Fitchburg. 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


William Ewen, Fitchburg, 
Frank W. Bigelow, FitchTjurg, . 
Wm. J. Winch, Fitchburg, 


Aug. 
July 


Co. E~Ashburttham. 
Captain, 
First Lieutenant, . 

Second Lieutenant, 


Walter O. Parker, Ashbumham, 
Eugene A. Puffer, Ashbumham, 
John H. Stoddard, Aahbumh'm, 


Mar, 


Co. F—MOford. 
Captain, 
First Lieutenant, . 


Henry K. Foles, Miiford, . 
Oliver D, Holmes, Milford. . 
William Walsh, Milforf, . 


Dec. 
June 


Co. Q—GrafUm. 
Captain, . . . 
First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Henry Mann. Grafton, 


Sept. 


Co. H— Westminster. 
Captain, 
Fii-st Lieutenant, . 


Edwai-d S. Kendall, Westmin'r, 
Lyman M. Drurj, Westminster, 


Mar. 


Co. I— Sterling. 
Captain, 

First Lieul«nant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Cliarles A. Tenney, SterUng, . 
William H. Sawver, Erving, . 
William C. Divoll, Sterling . 


Jan. 



1874.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



71 



TBNTH BBOOCBirF— Oontinaed. 



BANK. 


Name and Besldence. 


Date of CommissioD. 


Co, K— 'Leominster, 
Captain, 

First Lieutenant, . 
Second Lieutenant, 


Eugene A. Bennett, Leominster, 
Charles D. Pierce, Leominster, . 
Frank W. Polley, Leominster, . 


Apr. 17, 1878. 
17, " 
17, " 



FIFTH BATTUBT 07 IiIOHT ABTHiIJEBT— woboebtbb. 



Captain, 


John G. Rice, Worcester, . 


May 


2, 


1871. 


iidjutant ; rank, 1st Lt., 


Chas. F. Mann, Worcester, 


Aug. 


4, 


1873. 


First Lieutenant, . 


J. Loring Baird, Worcester, 




22, 


1870. 


u u 


Lysander B. Nichols, Worcester, 




20, 


1873. 


Second Lieutenant, 


George Carter, Worcester, 




20. 


14 


II it 

• 


Frank W. Buxton, Worcester, . 




20, 


tt 


Asst Surg. ; rank, 1 st Lt. 


Charles H. Dayis, Worcester, . 




20, 


1872. 



COMFAiriES OF CADETS. 
IPIBST OOMPAWY-BOSTON. 



Lieutenant Colonel, 


Thomas F. Edmands, Boston, . 


Oct. 14, 


1873. 


>Iajor, .... 








Captain and Paymaster, 
Surgeon; ranK, Major, 
Adjutant ; " Ist Lt, 








B. Joy Jeffries, Boston, . 


14, 


tt 


John D. Parker, Jr., Boston, . 


Dec. 13, 


it 


Qnarterm'r; " 


Charles E. Stevens, Boston, 


Oct. 14, 


t« 


First Lieutenant, . 


William F. Lawrence, Boston, . 


Nov. 28, 


1862. 


«l 44 


Francis L. Higginson, Boston, . 


April 27, 


1869. 


M 44 


Charles P. Horton, Boston, 


Sept 12, 


1871. 


te 44 
U 44 


William E. Perkins, Boston, . 


10. 


1872. 



BECOITD COMFAirr-SAT.EM. 






Lieutenant Colonel, 


• 

A. Parker Browne, Maiden, 


June 


1, 1873. 


Major, .... 








Captain and Paymaster, 


Samuel Dalton, Salem, 


April 


6, 1866. 


Adjutant; rank, IstLt, 


J. Frank Dalton, Salem, . 


Feb. . 


1, 1872. 


Quarterrn'r; " '* 


Edward A. Simonds, Salem, 


July 


1, 1868. 


Surgeon; rank, 2iiajor, 


William F. Southard, Salem, . 


Aug. 


8, 1872. 


First Lieutenant, . 


Edward Hobbs, Salem, 


April 16, 1870. 


M 44 
tt 44 


Charles H. Masury, Danvers, . 


Mky 


24, 1872. 


becond Lieutenant, 


James Pope, Salem, . 
John W. Hart, Salem, 


Sept 


1, 1871. 


U 44 


Aug. 


2, 1872. 


u c* 


Henry E. Newhall, Danvers, . 




2, " 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT No. 8. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



07 THE 



COMMISSIONER OF SAVINGS BANKS, 



nrcLODDvo the 



ABSTRACTS OF EETURNS 



7B0M THE 



SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



18 7 3. 



BOSTON: 

•W^RIGHT & POTTKR, STATE PRINTERS, 

COBMBB or HiLK AMD FeDB&AL StBBBTS. 

1874. 



mmonwtaltl) of MaaBati)netUs. 



REPORT. 



u 'Waxxvk, Stertlary of tht CommonutaUh. 

he boDor to submit herewith the !E)ighth Annual 
tbe CommiBBioner of Savings Banks, with an ab- 
e annual returns of tbe bauka, made in compliance 
quisitioQ of His Excellency the governor, October 
also statements of the Collateral Loan Company, 
aereral trust companies in this Commonwealth. 
Jie year euding with tbe date of the returns three 
mks have commenced business, namely : — 

atitution for Savings, . .. Turner's Falls. 
>ugh Savings Bank, . . . Middleborough. 
avings Bank . . . . Kortbampton. 

lent number of banks is one hundred and seventy- 
r which, and also the trust companies, have been 
by me, and an abstract of the examination is sub- 

)unt of deposits held by tbe Savings Banks on tbe 
h day of October was |202,195,3i5.70, showing 
B for the year of $17,398,029.78. The table of 

following the abstract of returns will show tb* 
r the several classes of loans apd investments. 

first six months of the year covered by the re- 
iog with May Ist, the gain in deposits was, as 
' returns made to the state treasury for purpose 



4 BANK COXOinSSIONER'S REPORT. 

of texation, ♦10,123,191.72. This shows a gain in 
half of the year of $7,274,838.06. 

Under ordiuary circumatances the gain Tvould 
larger in the la«t half; and this reversal of the usu 
tion is to be attributed mainly to the general di 
banking institutions caused by the 'financial diffic 
September. From the time of the suspension of tht 
banks, and for several weeks thereafter, deposits in 
lags Banks were almost nominal, while the wit] 
especially of the larger deposit accounts, either fn 
of the solvency of the banks or for the purpose o 
more profitable investments, were very heavy. 

To meet this uuusual draft, the banks called in 
loans, pledged or sold some of their most available s 
and thus placed themselves in position, so far as pr 
to meet such of their liabilities as were likely t 
manded. Some of the banks required notice to bt 
the withdrawal of large deposits, as all may, by pn 
their by-laws ; many paid without notice, as usual 
responded to the demand for small deposits. Di 
month of December following the returns, the dcp 
withdrawals have been nearly equal, and this cond 
be expected to continue until the general resnmptioi 
gives employment to labor. 

No losses have been made this year to aifect the 
of any Savings Bank in the State, and t'ley have ei 
a right to the large measure of public confide 



Recent experience has again shown the necessity ■ 
ing a certain portion of deposits in securities at 
readily convertible into currency with the least 
is made more important because of the commo 
univers'al practice to pay deposits without notice, an 
eral has been the practice that to insist upon noti< 
creates something of distrust in the miuds of mai 
•itors who are not capable of receiving any evidence 
to pay short of payment itself. 

In ordinary times there seems to be no reason 
banks should not meet the necessities and conveniei 
positors upon demand. In financial pauics, if the b; 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 5 

avertible with small loss, they have power to 
Dsble public fear, and to restore confidence with 
ore by paying ouly a small part of their liabili- 
injustice to remaining depositors, 
ution 19 especially needful when the currency of 
is in its present condition, inconvertible and 
ireciated paper, without any active, settled pol- 
imeut tending to its restoration. • 

1 conditions general credit in the country cannot 
and. Unhealthy speculations and unprofitable 
ivail, large amounts of capital rendered unpro- 
it, and jpauics and bankruptcy become legitimate 
in to occur from time to time while the coudi- 

e becomes a matter for careful inquiry whether 
tn prudently be had, further restncting the in- 

Savings Banks, so that the banks may be better 
n themselves in any emeigency likely to happen, 
liring all deposits to be invested in United States 
be certain to keep the hanks in condition to 
lands promptly^ under all circumstances, and 
,h the least possible sacrifice. But such a law 
b needless and injurious. It would be needless, 
lafety as well as prompt payment of the deposits 
rwiae secured. No solvent bunk will suddenly 
on to pay more than a comparatively small per- 
s liabilities, if ready to meet these, and if it is 
gitimate business of a Savings Bimk. And it 
ijurious, because the various industries of the 

lose the immense benefit derived from the two 
lion credits, now resting in our Savings Banks, 
tration. 

nt of United States securities now held by the 
ka is about nine million dollars, much less than 
unt held when the deposits were but a hundrad 
it is stilt rapidly diminishing. 
) these securities have been held in large amounts 
T institutions ; but very few banks incoiporated 
st eight years have held any. The reasons are 
lere is no inducement to hold the bonds to secure 



6 BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 

exemption from taxation, either national or state, a: 
are not foand 8u£ScientIy remunerative to meet the i 
the banks in a pretty active effort to keep up the preg 
of interest paid by them, with the expenses of mani 
and the state tax. 

As half the deposits are loaned on mortgages 
estate, and so placed quite beyond reach for immedu 
and as thp collection of personal loans cannot surely b 
upon in a panic, the banks are-liable to be forced intc 
tion where they will be obliged to make large sacrific 
forced sale of bank stocks or, perhaps, city or town 
A large majority of the banks are now sp situated as 
investments that they must realize upon the latter cl 
case they respond to an unusual and sudden call. 

Requiring notice of withdrawal will not by any 
surely relieve them from the difficulty. It may def 
many cases, however, as the bank by-laws now stai 
for a week, with the strong probability of creating 
where none existed befiv«. 

If this situation calls for any legislation it seems to 
which will act as a check upon the making of loans 
vestments as they have been made for several years li 
and which will oblige the banks within a reasonable 
invest a certain percentage of their deposits, vary! 
the amount held, in a class of securities possessin 
times the most desirable elements for the investment 
inga, namely : securities paying a fair interest, entin 
and therefore readily convertible into currency witb t 
sacrifice. No other securities possess all these eles 
the same degree as do the bonds o( the United St 
therefore suggest the propriety of legislation which v 
pel our Savings Banks to increase the amount of thei: 
ment in these securities ; and it seems to me so impo 
many aspects that I do not hesitate to ut^e attentic 
subject now, believing no time will be found better 
to coifimence than the present year. ' 

As this would be an additional restriction upon 
|>loyment of Savings Bank capital, already limited a 
use of no other capital in the State, reducing inco 
being quite as much for the benefit of the public ai 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 7 

1 88 the State, id collectiDg its tax upoo the depos- 
sessmeiit upon a full, not sn eBtimated value, as 
' all other capital ; and also, as much of the de- 
yy law be exempt from taxation if not held hy 
s, it appears to me both equitable and wise that 
luld be relieved from tax upon bo much of their 
invested in United States bonds, or, at least, 
I as they may by law be required to ao invest, 
with last year, the returns this year show a 
loan on mortgages of real estate. The demand 
speculative purposes in this direction has for 
iased. The shrinkage of values necessarily fol- 
)t affected the safety of the bank loans to any 

«Dt. 

>ans have been increased much less than in pre- 
No change in the character of the loan has 
It is liable to be affected by any of the misfor- 
riiy connected with dealings in personal credits ; 
have heretofore been small, it is because great 
een used in making loans. 

t invested in bank stock — principally the stock 
3o8ton — was unusually large, being nearly five 
s. The institutions now bold an investment in 
qual to a fourth of the natioual banking capital 

return of the banks, as now required, dues not 
statement of their accounts. As that, is needed 
inderstanding of their condition, I suggest that 
idified in that respect. 

;ter of great importance to the State that the 
ir Savings Banks should be maintained. This 
sd by a policy having for its main object the 
ileposits. All other considerations are inferior 
li it. The nearer absolute safety is reached iu 
its, regard being had to a proper division of 
:ter will the institutions meet all their obliga- 
y, and so attract and retain within our own 
ings and savings of our own industry. 
1 and trust companies incorporated, four onl 
m. Their deposits thus far have been in the 



8 BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 

greater part .ordinary mercantile credits, three of th 
tions not having opened trust departments. 

They have been prudently managed in conforn 
law, and proved quite as able to sustain themselvi 
recent panic oa other banliing institutions. 

I think it proper to suggest in relation to these ide 
that their charters impose restrictions and grant 
differing materially. As they have been created foi 
tially similar purposes, there are strong reasons fo 
all under the regulations of a general law. 

F. M. ston: 

Ctwnmwswner t(f Savin, 

December 31, 1873. 



ABSTRACT 



AL EXAMINATIONS 



"GS BAJJKS, BANKDfG AOT) 
TRUST OOMPAMES. 



187 3. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



ABINGTON SAVINGS BANK— ABINOTOK. 

[October 18.] 



;. N. WHinuBta, Pittidmt. 



Deposits 


4789,891 80 




Interest, 


26,357 78 




Public Fund 






Bank Stock 






Railroad Bonds 






Loans on Public Funds, .... 






ott Bank Stock 






on Real Estate, .... 






on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, aUes and Towns, . 






to Banks, on interest, . 






Expense Account, 

Ca^ on hand, 












1816,249 63 


• 



Number of Depositors, .* . . . 
Bate of ordinary divJdenda for the last jwr. 
Last dividend of reserved proQts, in 1BT3. 
Extra dividends are made once In 
Largest amount Invested In the stock of anj on 
Aiuinal expenses 



JoHK S. Boiaa, PrtMeni. 



AMESBTJBY SAVINas BANK— AMESBUHT. 

[October 22.] 



DepoBils 

Interest : . . 

Loans on Real Estate, .... 

on Personal Security, . 

to Banks, on interest, . 
Cash on hand, 


146,400 62 
1,732 77 






»47,133 29 





f Number of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordinary dividends Tor tbe last year. 
No extra dividends. 
Annual expeoses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



AHHEBST SATINOS BANK— AUHES8T. 
[Jane 27.] 



PraiJmt. 






Trtaturer, Samitei. C. C\Bn&. 


c Funds, . 
Estate, . 
nal SecuriW, 
es. Cities and 1 


'own 


s, . 


2,793 54 


117,500 00 
6,000 00 
2,590 00 
173,9B0 00 
49,897 78 
64JW0 00 
4,767 28 








1318,635 06 


1318,635 06 



dirideads for the last jear, 
I vested In the itock of ui; oi 



ANDOTBB SAVINGS BANK— ANDOVER, 

[October 11.] 



TVeamrw, John F. Kihball. 



eFnnda 

Estate 

nalSecnrity, , 
es. Cities and Towns, . 
, on interest, . 


fl,046,366 80 
38,602 48 


190,000 00 

110,600 00 

150,000 00 

9,500 00 

246^^13 78 

61,73.5 00 

411,000 00 

3,834 52 

l,fi85 98 


. 


♦1,084,869 28 


»1,084369 28 



vested in the atock of toy m 



BANK COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 



ARLINGTON FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— ARLINOT( 
[December 4. 



Albbbt Wihh, Pretidenl. 



Treaturtr, Wilua 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Int«reat, 

Bills Pujable 

Public Funds 

Back Stock, 

Railroad Bonds, .... 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand, 



195 33 

9,570 39 
4,OU0 00 



4495,111 74 



Number of Depositors, 

Rate of ordinal? diridendi (or Ibe last ^ear, 6 

I^at dividend of reserved profile, In 1873. 

Extra dividends are made once In Thi 

largest amount invested In tbe stock of any one bank, . 

Annuo] expenses 



ashburnham savings bank— ashburnham. 

[June 6.] 



Geo. (1. WiHcnESTBB, Prt»ideni. 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Interest, 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Citjes and Towns, 
Expense and Tax Account, 
Casli on hand, 



tl4,T2S n 
68 38 
432 35 



Number of Depoellora, .... 
Rate of ordinarf dividends for the last jear, 

No extra dividend*. 



PUBLIC DOCmiENT— No. 



Athol savings bank— athol. 

[Jane 13.] 



Trmmrer, A. Habdihs. 





•|o8I,871 64 







2,394 13 


110,000 00 
18,410 00 
5,231 87 


; Funds 




7,M0 00 


St.>ck 




32,800 00 


astute 




297,882 18 


nal Security, . 




137,768 80 


.ad Stock, 




7.66(5 66 


les, Cities and Towns, . 




69,880 00 
2,073 63 


nt 




4,W2 55 




1584,265 77 


?584,265 77 



diir[ilendB for tbe last year, 
TCBerved proSts, in 1871. 
are nude once In 
nvesccd In the slock of any ai 



Three jears. 
95,!m 00 
1,692 66 



.EBOBODQH 8A VINOS BANK— ATTLEBOBOUOH. 
[August 26.] 



Treaturer, E. B.. Price. 



Estate 

nal Security. . 

ioa. Cities and Towns, . 


1264,569 59 
8,734 46 


»168,8-li 00 
83,2.'J0 00 
15J5O0O0 
16,719 05 




f273,304 06 


f 273,304 05 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



BAEN8TABLE SAVINGS BANJL— BARNSTABLE. 

[AngMtH.] 



JOHM HoHKOB, FrttUtnt. 



Dividend Account, .... 

Suspenee Account, .... 

Bills Payable, 

Bank Stock 

Real Estate 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Cuuutica, Cities and Towns, 
Cash on hand, 



Number of l>eposl(orB, ... . . 

Rate of ordlnuy divideoda for the last jrai, . 
No extra dividendB. 

Lai^est unoant invetied in tbe lEock of any one iimk, 
Aannat expenecs, 



BARRE SAVINGS BANK— BARRE. 
[June 12.] 



CHii. BUHBLECOM, PrtfiJmt. 


TVnuunr, Ed 


Deposits, ■. 

Interest, 

Public Funds. 

Bank Slock, 

Railroad Bonds; 

Loans on Real Estate 

on Pei-sonal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 

Expense Account, 

Cash on hand, 


»233,720 28 
6,027 47 






♦238,747 75 





Number of Deposltore, .... 
Bale of ordinary dividends Tor tbe laat yetir, 
Extra diTidcndB are made once in 
Largest amount invesled in the stock of anj o 
Annual expenses 



PUBLIC document—No. 8. 



AUIN FKANXLIN SAVINGS BANE— FBANELIN. 
[October 2B.] 



TtwuurtT, C. W. Stbwabt. 





♦117,624 32 







8,446 42 


»M16 00 
34,660 62 
2,043 33 
1,300 00 


Estate, .... 




66.176 00 


Dal Security, . 




10,506 OO 


. on interest, . 






int, 




43 66 
201 12 




1120,970 74 


fl20,970 74 



dlTldendi Toi tbe But jwr, 7 per cenL 

da. 

QTeBted In [be Block of any one bank, . . f8,887 SO 



LBHIBE COUNTY SAVINOS BAKK— FITTSFIELD. 
[Jnly IS.] 



Traanmr, R. W. Adav. 



f303,000 00 

99,120 00 

s 10,000 00 

io Funds, .... 10,900 00 

: Stock, .... 63,500 00 

Estate, .... 776,447 00 

anal Secarily, . . . 373,620 00 

■oad Stock, ... 800 00 

ties. Cities and Towns, . 185,161 00 

lint, 2,831 00 

45,566 67 

I Jl,860,935 67 I ^1,860.935 67 

•ttora, C,313 

(livIdendB for (be last year 6 per cent. 

reserved proflu, in 1S72. 

arc made once In Fire yean. 

inveated in tbe slock of anj one bank, . . 916,000 00 

1 0,000 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



William Ebihoott, iVMubnf. 



BEVERLY SAVINGS BANK— BEVERLY. 
[October 7.] 



Treaturtr, R. O 



Deposits 


»169,809 96 




Profits 


1,373 14 




Interest, 


10,971 72 




Bank Stock, 




% 


Loajis on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Slock 






on Real Estate 






on Personal Security, . 






Eipense Account 






Tax Account 






Cash on hand 








t482,154 82 


t 



Nnmbei of Depoaiton, 

lute of onlinarr dividends fbr the lut year, . i 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amount InTested In tlie stock of any one bank, 
Annual eitpensee, 



BOSTON FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 
[March 17.] 



Padl Adams, Fmidera. 



DeposlM 


fl0,693,574 81 




Profit iind Loss Account, .... 


221,622 23 




Interest, 


304,900 61 




Suspense Account, 


10,090 15 




Public Yunda 




»2, 


Bank Stock 






Railroad Bonds, 












Loans on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estat* 




K, 


on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, 






to Banks, on interest, . 






Expense Account, 














^11,230,187 80 


111. 



Number of Depoeitore, 

Rate of ordinary dividends for tbe laet year, . 
Last dlvldobd of reserved proflu, In IS69. 
Extra dividends are made onco in ... . 
Largest amonat Inveated In the stock of any one bank, 
.Annual expenses 



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JOSTON PEHNT SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 
[Much 8.] 



Tytatyrtr, HsitBT B. Retholds. 





11,066,084 96 








139,416 37 

10,000 00 
122,495 94 


c Funds, .... 




l,3oO 00 


Stock, .... 




60,000 00 


Estate, .... 




628,260 00 


n»l Estate, . . . 




180,100 00 


B, on interest, , 




42,044 01 
3,124 78 




fl,076,79O 10 


11,076.790 10 



d In tbe Btock of Bur one bank. 



IRAINTEEE SATINOS BANK—BEAINTEEE. 
[October 18.] 



WOBTH, Pmident. 



Trtatartr, C. H. Hob^ht. 





f37.212 62 




B 




f 3,040 00 
1,011 25 


EsUt« 




28,076 00 


nal Security, . 




.550 00 


ies, Cities snd Towns, . 




1,500 00 


mt, 




469 18 
3,216 18 




(37,861 61 


f37,861 61 



3veal«d in the «U>A of aof one bank, 



6 percent. 

Hvo yean. 

91,800 00 
M 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



BRIGHTON nVB CENTS BATmQS BAHK-^BSIQHTO] 
[April 2fi.] 



jAHEa DufA, FretidcnI. 





•173,689 16 
fi,420 36 
2,448 07 




Reserve Fund, . 

Interest, . 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stock, . 

Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, . 

on Real EstaW, . 

on Personal Security. . 
Suspense Account, . 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 














f 18 1,667 68 


f 



Nnmbec of Oepoalton, .... 
Rale of ordioaiy dlvideiids fbr the lait year, 
Lwt dividend of reKrred proflM, In 1870. 
Extra dlTldends an made once In 
Largcsl amoont Inveated in the stock of an? oi 
Annual expenses, 



BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— TAUNTON. 
[September 4.] 
Joseph Wilbob, JYitiifwit. TVnnsw, Chari.sb 



Deposits, 


♦2,925,802 24 




Profits 


40,440 48 




Interest, 


95,641 05 




PubUc Funds, 




1 


Bank Stock 






Real Estate, ...... 






Loans on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Stock, . . . . 






on Real Estal« 




: 


on Personal Security, . 






on Railroad Stock, 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 






Expense Account, 














|3fl61383 77 


93 



Number of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordinary dividends for the laat year. 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amount Invested tn the stock of anj oi 
Annual expenses, 



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JBWATBB BAVINQB BAKE— BRID<^W ATE B. 
[Septeiub«c 26.] 



IVMtwir, BAJirBL P. GltM. 



itock, . 

state, . 
al Security, 

It. . 






(87,742 68 
902 81 


»17,048 99 
1,260 00 
48,050 00 
17,200 00 
3S6 76 
4,759 25 








f88,6«99 


188.644 98 



iTldaDtb tot tlM Iwt jeta, 
re«t«d in the itock of any m 



EtOADWAT BATINQ8 BANS— LAWBENCB. 
[October 10.} 



ZWofunr, JoBN L. BunnrsB, 





1401,644 17 






12,096 02 


•118.583 SO 












257,480 00 


»1 Security, . 




18^10 29 


jLtazoa, .... 




«65 62 


t, 






16.356 00 




1413,740 19 


1418,740 19 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



BROOKFIBLD 8AVINOS BANE— BUOOKFIELD. 
[June 21.] 



EultONB TWICHBLL, Pritidott. 



TVaonirtr, Gbobc 



l>eposit3, .... 

Profits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Loans od Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Expense Acconnt, . 
Cash on band, . 



BBOOKLINB SAVINGS BANK— BROOELINE. 
[December 22.} 



Oeoeog Atukbon, FrttiJent. 



Deposits, .... 
Profits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Guarantee Fand, 
Bank Stock, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on band, . 



990 64 
1,632 32 
556 96 



Namber of Depositora, 

Rate of oidlanrr dlTldends for the lut ye«r, . 
Extra dlTidendE are made once In ... . 
Largeit amoant fnve8l«d In the slock of mj one bank, 
Annoal expense! 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



AlCBRmOE SAVINGS BANK-CAUBOIDaE. 
[OcCobw M.] 



n*idaa. 


TVwuuro', JiKEs H. Thcbston. 




J 1,477,945 20 






466 30 






4,857 61 


f97^24 17 

108,008 60 

4,000 00 


Fimds 




2,000 00 


Stock 




2,000 00 


Estate 




1,124,923 00 


a&l Estate, . . . 




141,100 00 
9,213 34 




♦1,482,769 01 


11,482,769 01 



i*estcd in tlis ilock of any oi 



,n>GEFORT SAVINGS BANK— CAUBRIDGEPORT. 
[October 23.] 



,Pr«a«ri. 






f 1,464375 64 






42,127 43 


♦128,166 70 


Funds, .... 




800 00 


^atate 




1,110,710 76 


al Security, . 




131,000 00 


68, Cities and Towns, . 




100,000 00 


on interest, . 




16,700 00 
3,125 51 




f 1,496,502 97 


♦1,496,502 97 



iTldcndB (br the lut year, 
Merred profits, tn IS13, 
e nude onc« in . . . 
'eated In tbe stock of an; one bi 



FiTCyMTB. 

9S0fiBl BT 
4,000 00 



BANK COMMSSIONEB'S KEPOST. 



CHASI.U H. Feznos, Praidant. 



Deposits, .... 

Profits 

iDterest, .... 

Suspense Account,, . 

Pablio FuDds, . 

Bank Stock, . 

Railroad Bonds, 

Real Estate, . 

Loans on Public Fands, . 
on Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 

Expense Account, 

Cosh o]! hand, ■ 



1268,828 76 
6,046 93 

1,781 61 
7 00 



NijiBtm' of Depoaltora, 

Rate of ordinary dividends for the last year. 

Last dividend of reierred proflla, la 1S70. 

Bxtta dividends are made once in ... . 

largest amount inTeatad in the slock of any one beak, 

Annoai expenaes 



OOBHAM P. Low, Prttidtta. 



Treaturer, Ob 



Deposito, 


1924,524 26 






11,165 25 




Interest 


1,287 08 




Public Funds, 






Bank Stock 






Railroad Bonds 






Real Estate 






Loans on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate, .... 






on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, 






Expense Account, 






Cash on hand, 








1936,976 59 





Nnmber of Deposlton, .... 
Rale of ordinary dividends fbr the last year. 
Last dividend of reserved profits. In 1871 • 
Extra dividends made once in . . . 
Lugest amoant invested in the stock of any oi 
Annual e: 



PUBUC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



:0D FIVE CENTS SATINGS BAKK— HAKWICE. 
[Angnn U.] 





♦449,484 68 






7,748 60 


JIOJOO 00 
26,760 68 
10,000 00 


ibOe 




86,104 07 






289,226 46 


m. Cities and Towns, . 




19,100 00 


t, 




618 67 
1&32S 16 




1467,233 18 


1457,293 18 



Mdsndi toe the lut jtK, . 
'Otod In the (lock of any oae bank, 



CEHTEAL BAVINGS BANK— LOWELL 
[MmrchlS.] 



rendnt. 








Trtatunr, 3. N. Pbiroe, Jr. 


5bUe, 
t, . 








1686,852 62 
6,807 61 


»93,078 62 
66,627 60 

427,262 60 
2,661 87 
14,029 64 




f 593,660 S3 


1598,660 23 


lidendAfbrthelMtrew, . 
Brted In thertoCk of uy one 


bMlk, . . 


per cent 

916,062 W 
1,300 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



CHABLESTOWN FIVE CENTS 8AVIKG8 BANK— CHARLES' 
[December 11.] 





TVMfyrer.A 


Deposito 


f 2,476.01 1 02 




Profits 


96,922 13 




Bank Stock 




1 


RaUroad Bonds 






R«al EBtAte 






Loans on Public FnndB, .... 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate, . . . . 






on Personal Security, . 






to Countiea, Citiea and Towns, . 






Cuh on hand 








^2,670,933 16 


%'2 



Nnmber of Depodtora, .... 
Bate of ordinary dlrldende for Che laat Jteir, 
Lwt dlTidend of reBCrred proQta, In 1871. 
Extra dlridendg are made onc« in 
Largtflt amount Inveited in the slock of any oi 
Annoal ezpeiiKa, 



loKN B. OaoooD, Prtidtnt. 



CHELSEA SAVINGS BANE— CHELSEA. 
[September 30.] 



Deposits 

Interest, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Real Estate, 

Loons on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Conuties, Cities and Towns, 
Cadi on hand, 



Nnmber of Depositors, .... 
Rale of ordinal? diWdend> fbr the last year. 
Last dividend of reaerred profits, in 1669. 
Extra dlTidends are made once in 
IJu-gMt amount Inreated In Ibe atock of anj oi 
Annnal ezpeniei, 




PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



CHICOPKE SAVINGS BANK— CHICOPEE. 
[JtuwM.] 



TVmwurwr, H. H. Harbib. 





f407,168 86 










1,221 15 




: .. 






2,335 49 


f I5,(M 00 
11.475 00 


Funds, . 








7.7ftO 00 


Stock. . 








2.600 00 


:;8tate, . 








32f)5.'>7 00 


aal Secunty, 








4&,r,33 00 


es, Cities and Towns, . 




8,000 00 








niO,716 00 


tl 10,7 15 00 



TMted In the stock of any ons bank, . 



FlTe years, 
fHfiOO DO 
1,800 00 



irnZENS' SAVINGS BANK— FALL RTVER. 
[September 18.] 



3. E. Hathawit. 



>tat^, '.'.'.'. 
ialS«curily, . 
t, 


♦1,701,944 33 
91,853 96 


*2,998 76 
285,891 60 
599,090 00 
900,896 00 
775 83 
4,147 21 




11,793,798 29 


11,793,798 29 



reit«d la tbe (lock of an}' one bank, . 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



CrXT FIVE CENTS SA VINOS BANK— HAVERHILL. 
[November 18.] 



W. B. Whittibr, PrtriOtni. 


TVeoMnr, B. 


DeposIW 


1664.970 19 




Interest, 


17,064 33 




Public Funds 




1 


Bank Stock 






BsUroad Bonds, 






Loans on Public Funds 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate 




■ 


on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, 






Expense Account, 














|6^,OS4.63 


♦t 



Natnber of Depoiflon 

Rate of ordinary diTldendi for the last jear, 6 ) 

No flitra dlridend*. 

Largest unoanl Invested in tbe stock of say one bank, ... * 

Abonal expensea, 



CITT INSTITDTION FOE SAVINGS— LOWELL. 
[April I.] 



Natbah Allbh, Fmidmt. 



Trtatvnr, Iobh A. 



Deposits 


13,184,169 79 






160362 74 










Bank Stock 






Eatlroad Bonds 






Loans on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate 




1, 


on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 






to Banks, on interest, . 






CMh on hand 








♦8,84fi,0» 68 


»». 



Nambcr of Depoeltora, 

Rate of OTdlnar7 dividends fbr the last fear, S 

Last dividend of reserved profits, In 1B73. 

Extra dividends are made once in Pi' 

Largest amount Invested in the stock of aD7 one bank, . 

Annnal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



CLINTON SAVINOS BANE— CLINTON. 
[Aprils.] 



Tnatatgr, C. L. S. Ba-HMohd. 



(565,702 09 
6.000 00 
6,611 33 



(677,313 43 



(128AK) 00 
32,700 00 
6,176 00 
40,000 00 
187,869 49 
170,975 86 
«,000 00 
8,693 58 



(677,313 43 



itton 1,995 

dlTtdnid* ftn ttn last jekr, 6 per cent. 

di. 

DTcMcd In the ilock of an; (me buik, . . 920,100 00 

1,600 00 



C0HA8SBT SATINOS BANE— COHASSBT. 
[September 28.] 
•rmiJtni. T^tatunr, I. N. Bath. 


Estate 

ties. Cities and Towna, . 


•369,182 48 
708 16 


(1,000 00 
67,000 00 
90,000 00 
258360 00 
17,000 00 
1,540 64 




(369,890 64 


(359^90 64 


Mlton 






flperwnt. 

Five years. 
90,000 00 
1,200 00 




inrcMed in the nock of any one tank, . . 





BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



CROCKER INSTITUTION FOR S A VINOS— TURNER'S PA! 
[July 9.] 



A1.TIB Cbockbr, PrtmUni. 



TVoutBer, R. H. 



Deposits, 

Interest 

Bank Stock 

Losns on Real Estate, 

to Countiea, Cities And Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash OD hand, 



Namber of Deposlton, 

Rate of ordiDsrr dlTldenda (bt tbs last jetz, . 

No extra dMdeiicU. 

Lugeet amoDDt Invested In the stock of anj one bank. 



RiTFtia PuTMAK, Pntidtnl. 



DANVES8 SAVINOS BANK— DANVEB8. 
[Norember 6.] 



IVninfrer, William ] 



Deposits, 


1836,974 82 




Profite 


15.205 03 




Bills Payable 


10,000 00 




Public Funds, 




: 


Bank Stock 






Loans on Public Funds 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate 




■ 


on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 






Cash on hand 








(862,179 85 


♦* 



Nnmber of Depoaltors, .... 
Rate of ordinary diildendi for the last jeu. 
No extra dividends. 

lATgeet amonot InTested In tbe stock of any 01 
Anaoal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



[AH INBTmJTIOK FOE SAVIKOa— DEDHAM. 
[May 14.] 



IVaafwrer, CiU-Tiit Guild. 





tl,01&,010 06 








171,000 00 

433iJ9 60 
33,361 26 


FondB, .... 




1,400 00 






4,200 00 






767,262 00 


al Seonrity, . 




74,028 00 


B, Cities and Towns, . 




40,967 60 


on interest, . 




15.031 8S 
8.066 17 




11.053,016 27 


#1,063/H6 27 










NWired proflti, in 1873. 








«Med In the «tock of any one bank, . 


912,987 SO 




2,719 20 


tCHEBTBR SAYINGS BANK— DOBCHESTI 


ilC 






aU. Tnamn 


r, J. B. TnEiioji. 




^1,385 SO 




nt, 


60 16 


fl9.436 00 
43,961 60 
16.197 08 

6.000 00 


Funds 




1,000 00 


:8t»te, .... 




817,764 26 


lal Seourity, . 




62,027 00 


ea, Cities and Towns, . 




2,000 00 


on interest, . 




12,686 20 


itAcconnt, 




2,187 43 
1,276 90 




f484,436 36 


f484,436 36 






llTideudi for the laat year, .... 


. 6p«rt»z.t 


'ciKrTedproflU,inlB73. 




ihenaftci. 




YHtedlntbeitockof utyonebank, . 


«S,492 2& 









BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



DTTCB3 COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— EDGARTOWW. 
[September 12.] 
Job. T. PB&8B, Pmithiit. 



Deports, . 



Loans on Personal Security, . 

to Gonnlies, Cities and Towns, 
Froflt and Loss Account, . 

Expense Account 

Fnrnitnre Account, .... 
Cash on hand, ..... 



Nmnber of Depoalton, .... 
Bale of ordliMi? dlvidendi for the but fear. 
No exOra dlrldends. 
Annual expensei 



EAST ABIN6T0H SAYINOe BANE— EAST ABINGTOM 
[October 16.] 
R. J. Ljinb, Pmiilmt. Ttvmrer, Vf. 1 



Deposits, .... 
ijuapense Account, . 
BUlsP^able, . 
Public Funds, . 
BankStoclc, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Secuiitj, 
Accraed Interest Account, 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 



1278,815 90 
1,100 00 
2,200 00 



Nmnber of Depositon, .... 
Rate of ordlnar; dlTldende tot the last jetx. 
Last dividend or reserved proBts, ta 1S73. 
Extra dlTldende an made once in 
Largest amonnt biTeeted la the sio<^ of anf oi 
Annual s^)enBe« 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



T BOSTON 8AVI1IQ6 BANK— EAST B<»TOIT. 
[HBrcli4.1 



Tntuimr, Albebt Bo^rxBi. 



iFnndfl, . 
lal Seidirily, 



(1^74,731 IS 

18,224 4S 
2,609 46 
7,000 00 

61,426 10 



|M33,991 17 



1377,124 17 

18,116 17 

6,900 00 

986,699 00 

235,296 00 

314 60 

9,548 03 



#1,633,991 17 



Iton, 



S,496 



llTidenib for the Use ;«u 7 per cent. 

Tcatad In the itock of wmj one bank, . . 9293S0 96 
5,000 00 



•GEWATEB BATIMQS BANS— BAST BBIDOEWATER. 
[September 25.] 

~ Isaac N. Nuttbx. 





♦47,658 71 






645 16 






4,7»3 81 


15,861 76 
7,052 60 
26,857 50 


Dol Security, . 




7,141 82 


les, aUes aod Towdb, . 




4.763 40 
870 00 


mt. 




S91 26 
599 84 




»53.037 07 


163,037 07 



dividends for the lut jtu, 

■re made once In 

QTested In the ■Cock of mi; oi 



6percent. 
Five yean. 
•2,276 78 
ISO 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



EAST CAMBRIDOE FIVE CEMTS SAVINGS BANK— EAST CAi 
{November 4. 



QMsaB Stbtbhb, PntUmt. 


Tnaturtr, Suiui 


Deposits, 

Profits 

Interest 

Bank Stock, 

Railroad Bonds 

Real Estate, 

Loans on Bank Stock 

on Real Estate 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cides and Towns, . 

Expense Account, 

Cash on hand 


1711349 27 
20.460 94 
28,992 00 






(760,802 21 


f 



Number of Depoiltora 

Bate of onllDary dlvidendi (or tbe lut jeax, 
Last dividend of r««erved proats, In 1872. 
Extra dividends aie made once in 
Largest amoDiit Iniested In tbe slock of any oi 
AnnDal expenses 



EASTHAMPTON SAVINGS BANK— EASTHAMFTON, 

[June 36.] 



B. H. Siwran, Pntidail. 



TWwtnr, C. E 



Deposits, .... 

Profits 

Interest, .... 

Bank Stock, . 

Loans on Public Funds, , 
OD Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Pei-sonal Security, 

Tax Account, . 

Expense Account, . 

Cash on hand, . . 



9113,691 67 
445 74 
743 67 



ITnmbeT of Depoallors 

Bale of ordinac? dividends for the last year, . 
Extra dividend! are made cmee In ... . 
Largest amoanl Invesled In tbe stack of anj one bank, 
Annual expeoses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



3TH FIVE CENT8 8AVINQ3 BANK— EAST WETMOnXH. 
tOctobcr S.] 



PttM^. 


TVranvw, N&thah Cuitbbbubi. 




(23^91 66 






566 89 


11,900 00 






18,645 65 


es. Cities and Towna, . 




2,500 00 


Qt, 




2ao 07 
882 89 




(24,168 A5 


t^4,158 55 



dlvidendi for Oxe lact year, 



lOT HVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 
[Huch 6.] 



TreoMta-a; Oboboe C. Lbxob. 





(929,441 33 




AciCODnt, 


10,863 86 
10,611 16 




™t, 


179 08 


163,000 00 
65,400 00 
66,000 00 






64,000 00 


Stock, .... 




14,81X1 00 


llBtaM 




649.175 00 


nal Security, . 




145,000 00 


es. Cities and Towns, . 




7,000 00 


nt, 




1,874 40 
6.846 63 




|961,09i 93 


(961,094 93 



llTldeodB for tbe Iwc year, 6 per cent. 

'eaerred proflu, In I86S. 

re inade once In five yean. 

iveaUd in the stock of any one bank, . . . $13,000 00 
0,000 eo 



BANK COMliaSSIONER'S REPORT. 



Patrice Donahob, Praident. 



EMIOEANT SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 
[Much 7.] 



TVnwwm', Thomj 



Deposits 

loKreat, .... 

Suapense Account, , 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stock, . 

Eailroad Bonds, 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 

Fixtures, .... 

Premium Account, . 

Expense Account, 

Cash on hand, . 



(1305,127 01 

9,114 59 

96 £0 



(1314,338 13 I 



Nuinbei' of Depoalton, .... 
Bale of ordlnarT dIvldeDdi ibr the lest year. 
No extra dlrtdendt. 

Largest unonnt Inreatcd In the stock of any oi 
Annnal expenses, 



ESSEX SAT1N08 BANK— LAWKENCE. 

[Octol)eT SI.] 



Gbobob D. Cabot, Pretidtnt. 


Tnatunr, 


Ja» 


Deposits, 


♦2,907,067 10 




Profits 


39,631 06 




Interest 


103,090 36 




Public Funds 






Bank Stock 






Eaittoad Bonds, 






X-oans on Real Estate, .... 






on Personal Security, . 






to Counties, Cides and Towns. . 






to Banks, on interest, . 






lExponse Account 






Cash on hand, 








f3,049,688 £2 


i 



Number of Sepositora, 

Sate of oidiuaiT dlrldcnda for the last ;ear, . 

Last dividend of reserved proflCa, in IS72. 

Extra divldendB an made once in ... . 
'Largeet amount In^eated In the stock of any one bank, 
.Atmoal expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



,VBN IBSTmJTION FOB SAVmOS— FAIEHAVEN. 



IVransw, Cbab. Dkbv. 



Fonda, .... 

Stock 

Estate 

nal Secarity, . 

JBd Stock, 

es, Cities and Towns, . 
mt, 


1721,613 38 
17,416 62 
14,192 10 


»108,600 00 

206,620 00 

20,000 00 

3,600 00 

1,368 98 

8,081 94 

8,215 17 

362.708 42 

17,700 00 

10,000 00 

626 60 

10,910 89 




f763,121 00 


1763,121 00 



dividends Ibr tlw lut jear, 
iveMed in Ute stock of utj on 



VEB FIVE CENTS 8AVIN0S BANK— FALL EIVEK. 

[Seplembei 17.] 
B, PrwmdtKt. TVwanmr, Cb&sui J. HoLitu. 





fl,270,4S4 86 




9, 






94,321 64 


f 100,000 00 
170,700 00 
100.000 00 


Estate, . 








696,450 00 


nal Security, 








288,325 00 


, on interest. 








9,000 00 


nt, . 








460 74 








(1,364,806 49 


(1,864,806 49 



ATested In the stock of an; od« bank, . 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



]. B. Fbench, PmUent. 



FALL BITTER SAVINGS BANK, FALL EIVER. 
[Sepumbcr IT-] 



Interest, 


•5,003,661 47 
347,316 83 




Public Funds 






Bank Stock 












KealKstute, 






Loans on Real Estate 




1 


OD Personal Security, . 




•i 


to Counties, Cities and Towna, . 






Cash on hand 








♦5,350,978 30 


♦6 



Nomber of Depoalton, .... 
Rate of ordinary dividends for tbe lut jeu, 
No extra diTidendi. 

Laigcit amoiint iQvwt«d In tlie atoclc of any oi 
AnDQai expeneeg, 



Nathakiel Wood, Preiidtnt. 



FITCHBDRG SAVINGS BANK— FITCHBURG. 

[April 8<] 



Deposits, 


♦2,288,441 50 




Interest 






Suspense Account, 


268 23 




Rent Account, 


4,747 64 










Bank Stock 






Railroad Bonds 






Real Estate 






Loans on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Stock 






on Heal Estate 






on Personal Security, . 






on Railroad Stock, 












Expense Account, 














(2,321,234 18 


»- 



Number of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordinary divldenda for tbe Isat year. 
Last dividend of reserved profits, in 1871. 
Extra dividends are made ones in 
Largest amount invested In tbe stocic of any oi 
Annoal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



FLORENCE SAYINGS BANK— FLORENCE. 
[Jair 10.) 



Um. 


Trtanrer, H. H. Bond. 


Estate, .' ." .' '. 

nal Secority, . 

nt, 


46 99 


11,600 00 

3,290 93 

1 00 

35 90 




♦4.927 83 


♦4.927 83 



XBOEOUQH SAVINGS BANK— FOXBOKODOH. 
[AngDit 270 



Treamrer, Jamm F. Lbohibd. 





•207.275 77 








♦9,300 00 
61500 00 


Sstate 




149,470 00 


nal Sacurilj, . 




23,400 OU 


SB, Cities and Towns, . 




13,500 00 
8,336 61 




♦209.606 61 


♦209.606 61 



iton, I 

tUrldeiidt tor (be iMt year 6 per oe 

taerjtA proflu, In 1S71. 

re mftde onco b Five yea 

iTcsted in the stock of anj one bank, • 9\Jl 



BANK COMMISSIONEE'S REPORT. 



Oboboe Psiffi, Praidmt. 



FOAHINGHAH SATINOS BANE— FRAHINGHAH. 
[No<«Biber 28.] 



Deposits 

Profit and Loss Account, . 
Bille Parable, . 
Public Funds, . 
Bank Stock, . 
Kailroad Bonds, 
Loans on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, . 



$916,768 44 
35,144 78 
20,500 00 



Fnrniture and Fb:tai«8, 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 



Knmber of Depculton 

Bate of ordin«7 dlridendB t)>r Bie last feti. 

No extra dividends. 

I^argen unonnE invesMd la tte stock of any one bank, 

Annoal ezpmuei, . _ 



OsKTK Bbbwstbb, FmtdtnL 



TVtanrv, Hbitbt 1f 



13,934,796 S 
45,166 87 
22,881 50 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Interest, 

Public Funds 

Bank'Stock 

Railroad Bonds, 

Loans on Public Funds, .... 
on Real Estate 

' on Personal Security, . 

' to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 
to BankB, on interest, . 

Tax Account, 

Expepse Aocount, 

Accrued Interest Account, 

Suspense Account, 

Casn on band, 

(4,002,794 76 H.< 

Nombcr of Deposlton, 

Rate of ordinary dividends for tbs last year, 6 

Last dividend of reserved proflts, in I870> 

Extra dividend! an mado once in Thi 

lATgest amonnt Invested in the stock of any one bank, . 

Annnal expensM, 



PUBUC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



IIIN SAVINGS INSTITOTION, OEEENFIELD. 


[July 9.] 




'mident. Trtaturer, Wm. Henbv Allbh. 




J9,622,65I 51 






52,803 72 


(222,300 00 
67.900 00 
66,000 00 


Funds, .... 




63,671 00 


»ck. . . . . 




86.600 00 


tate 










728,567 81 


i, Cities and Townfl, . 




439.466 00 


on interest, . 




37,640 01 


t. 




70 38 

16,466 19 

767 89 




♦2,676,366 28 


12.676,966 23 








8 per cent 


•erred profiti. In 1872. 






raled in the Mock of any one bank, . 


JS0.400W 









9AKDNER SAVINGS BANK— OAKDNER. 
[Maylfi.] 



VMWwfc 


lWa««r. 


JOSK B. ESOBLI. 


Fuiida, '.'.'.'. 

took 

state 

al Security, . 
d Stock, 

!s, Cities and Towns, , 
t, 


♦446,110 27 
169 29 


♦20,760 76 

a,660 00 

600 00 

8.000 00 

184J533 76 
90,470 14 
800 00 
121,196 96 
81 67 
10,376 30 




♦446,279 66 


♦446,279 66 



Mdendi tbr the Uat year, 
rerted In the atock of an? o 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



GEORGETOWN BAVING8 BANK— GEORGETOWN. 
[November 6.J 



X P. JOKEB, Prtridmt. 



Deposits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Bank Stock, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Sectirily, 
Gash on hand, . 



Rale of ordlnu7 diTldenda for tbe last year, . 
No KxtzA divldeDdi. 

Largest amoDDt invMted In tbe stock ot any one bank. 
Annual eipensec, 




A. H. BiOBLOV, Pmidmt. 



GRAFTON SATINGS BANK— ORATTON. 
[October i. 



TVnuKrw, Hn 



Deposits, .... 

Interest, .... 

Bank Stock, . . ^ 

Loans on Bank Stock, T 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Secnrity, 

Expense Accoont, . . 

Cash on hand, . 



Rate of ordinary dlvldendi for the last year. 

No extra dividends. 

Largest anioant Invested in tbe stock of any one bank. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



LEENFIBU) SATINOS BANE— OKEENFIELD. 
[Jaly 8.] 



7V*iuur«r, R. A. Packabd. 





#737.736 89 








f 105,919 11 
20,000 00 


c Funds, .... 






Stock, .... 




7.050 00 


Jstote 




320339 86 


nal Security, . 




157,730 84 


es, Cities and Towns, . 




10ii,4-2ft 00 


on interest, . 




40,000 00 
2,608 98 


nt, 




500 00 
2,437 20 




(756,510 99 


(756,510 99 



ivMted in the stock of an]' one bank, 



RRINGTON SAVINGS BANK-GEEAT BARRINGTON. 

[Jal7 IS.] 





1382.650 


9S 






8,115 


68 


#56,117 63 


; Funds, .... 








Stock,- .... 






2^50 00 


Estate 








Dal Security, . 






108,072 37 


ad Stock, 






1,.W0 00 


es, Citiea and Towns, . 






6,000 00 

800 00 

83,060 01 




1390,766 51 


#390,766 51 



iTesl«d In the itock of anj 01 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



QBOVELAND 8AVIK08 BANK— OBOVELAIfD. 
[NoTemtwr 18.] 





2V«i««r,N 


Deposits 

Interest, 

LoftM on Real Estate, .... 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 
Cash on hand, . . ... 


f24,986 47 
70 93 






»26.057 40 





Nambor of Sepcwltors, .... 
Rate or otdinaiT dirjdendi for tbe Iwt year, 
Vo extra dlvldendf. 



HAMPDEN SAVINGS BANK— SPRINGFIELD. 
[Jane 3.] 



ELITHAI.BT TsuK, PnMtnt. 



Deposits, . " 

Profits 

Interest, 

Premium Account, .... 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Bonds, .... 
LoaDS on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, . 

on Real Estate, . 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand 



11,354,943 84 
9,170 9" 
8,244 43 
4A49 00 



11,376,608 22 ( 



Nnmber of Depositors 

lUte of ordinal; dWidendi for the last year, 
Lait dividend of reaerved piofltB, in 1S7I. 
Extra dividends are made once In 
Lar^t atDonnt Invested in the lEock of anj oi 
Annual expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



[PSHIBE BAVINQS BANK~-NOBTHAMPTON. 
[Jtme 37.] 



3VM«unr, Lsms W&bheb. 





1274,333 03 














49 


60 


»1,106 00 
117,086 74 








9,600 00 








24,000 00 








95.426 00 


al Security, . . . 






20,636 68 


s. Cities and Towns, . 






1,500 00 
1,008 08 
4,264 44 




f 274,624 84 


(274,624 64 



912 



Ifidenda fbr tbe iMt fear, 4 per c« 

iierved proflia. In 1872. 

« made ones tn Tbree jeeaa. 

iteUd In thg gtock of an; one ttank, . . . ^,542 00 
90000 



LTEBHILL SAVINOS BANK— HATERHILL. 

[Novemba 18.] 
«, Prmidatt. Tmuurer, A. B. Jaqdeb. 



Funds, .... 
Stock, .... 

Stat* 

al SecnritT, . 
ad Stock, 

ea. Cities and Towns, . 
t, 


12,416,668 48 
29,915 17 
7,587 04 


♦710,800 00 

414,250 00 

36,000 00 

12,600 00 

6,950 00 

1,144,150 00 

61,960 00 

400 00 

63,000 00 

294 25 

12,776 44 




12,463,170 69 


92,463.170 69 



Tested In tbe itock of anj one bank. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S KEPORT. 



HAYDENVILLE SAVINGS BANK— HATDEN VILLI 
[July 10.] 



JoBL Hatdrh, Prttident. 



Depouts, 

ProBtS 

Interest, 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to CounUes, Cities and Towns, 

to Bunks, on interest, . 

Expense Account, .... 

Tax Acconnt, 

Cash on hand 




Number of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordlnaiy dlTidenda fbr the tut yew, 
Extra dividends ok made once in 



HINGHAM INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS— HINQHJ 



Deposits, 

Profits, _ 

Public Funds, ' 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Bonds, .... 

Real Estate, 

Loans on Public Funds, . 

oil Bank Slock, . 

on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cusb on bond 



Namber of Depositees 

Rate of oTdlDBiy dlv dendi fbr the last year. 

Last dividend of reserved profits, in 1B70- 

Extra dividends ate made once in ... . 

LoTgest amount Invested In the slock of any one bank. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



HOLTOKE SAYINGS BANE— HOLTOEE. 
[Jm.4.] 



MaU. 


7W. 


www 


r, B. B. JoHHios. 




♦800,309 


so 






17,106 23 










♦104,179 42 








760 00 


■ataxia 








alSecnrity, . 






166.160 00 


xtures, .... 






4,000 00 


t, 






4& 60 
16,080 81 




f817,416 


78 


»817,415 78 



iTldends tar the IsM 7MT 6i per cent. 

rc«lcd in the stock of anr "^i ^m^, ■ ■ ■ 930,300 « 



HOME SATINQ8 BANK— BOSTON. 
[October SO.J 



Trtttiwtr, E. 0. SooKWOOD. 



Fund 

Stock. .... 

^.sute, .... 

lal Security, . 

ad Stock, . . 

CB, Cities and Towns, . 

on interest, . 

nt, . . . . . 

nt, 

It Account, 


•5,551,782 49 
19,56* 91 
36,983 26 


#194.216 42 

439,032 10 

50.000 00 

69,800 00 

136,.^80 15 

3,046,734 2.5 

61)8,949 17 

3fi,300 00 

799.000 00 

60,345 94 

667 68 

651 61 

88,689 00 

7,654 44 




(5,608,320 66 


(5.608,320 66 



llvJdendi fbi the lul year, 

[Tested In Ibe itock of ttaj one bank, 



BAKE COMMISSIONER'S KEPORT 



8. JoBiraoH, FrttidaU, 



HOOBAC 8AYIN(^ BANK— NORTH ADAMS. 
[ivOj 18.] 



Deposits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Bills Payable, . 
Bank Stock, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Secnrity, 
Famittire and Fixtures, . 
Expense Accotmt, . 



1161,091 81 
8,07« 42 
6,128 83 



Nmaber of Depoolton, 

Rftte of ordinarj dlvidencli for the lut yvar, ■ 
Ko extra dividends. 

L*rge«t unoant InTCfted In the stock of mj one bank, 
Anniul expeiuei, 



HOPKIKTON SAVINGS BANK— HOPKINTON. 
L. H. BowKBR, Pntidtal. 



Deposits, 

Bills Payable, 

Bank Stock, 

Loans on Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Secnrily, . 
to Counties, Cities and Towns, 

Profit and Loss Account, . 

Expense Accoimt, .... 

Cash on hand, 



Namber of Depoallon, 

lute of ordlnuy dividends for the Iwt 7ear, 

Last dlTldend of reserved profits, In 1872. 

Extta dividends are made once in ... , 

Largest amount Invested In the atock of an/ one bank, 

Annual e> 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTING. 8. 



HOLLISTON SAVINGS BAKE— HOLUSTON. 
[April 21.] 



TVsatww, OtLUK THonnon. 





»67,291 79 






431 08 


♦713 00 
8,889 08 






6,160 00 


c Funds 




4,100 00 


Stock 




3,126 00 


Elstate, .... 




20,200 00 


nal Securitj, , 




1,000 00 


>ad Stock, 




300 00 


ies. Cities and Towns, . 




7,396 00 


lit, 




6,668 25 




157.722 78 


. ♦67.722 78 














DTuted In the stock of any odb 


bftnk, . . 


«&,i8a33 



HUDSON SAYINGS BANK— HUDSON. 



TVaofurar, F. D. Bkioram . 





♦164,685 


44 












8 


66 


m 


♦6,106 00 
7,820 00 


c Funds, .... 






Sjm 00 


Stock 






4.000 00 


Estate 






104,646 00 


jial Security, . 






13.760 00 


ties. Cities and Towns, . 
ount 






nfioo 00 

407 68 


imt. 






300 

2.749 16 




♦165,480 83 


♦165,480 83 



' dlTldendi for the last year, . 

Ida. 

Inveiled in the Mock of uty one bank. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



F. Q. Kbixet, Fraidrnt. 



HYANNIS SAVINGS BANK— HYANNia. 
[Ao^iut 13.] 



Trtaturer, Job 



Profits, 

Bank Stock 

Rnilroad Bonds, .... 
Loans on Puljlic Funds, , 

on Bank Slock, 

on Real Estate, 

on Personal Seeuritj, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities »nd Towns, 
Accrued Interest Account, 
Cash on hand 



Namber of Dcpotliors 

Bate of ordlniirj dividends for the la«t year, 

No extra df vfdendB. 

I^ifCBl amoDnt InTcsted In the atock of any one bank. 

Annual expenses 



HYDE PARK SAVINQB BANK— HYDE PABK. 

[November 26.] 
Chablbs F. Oebht, PreridenI, 



Deposits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Bills Payable, . 
Bank Stock, 
Loans on Real Estate, 
Furniture and Fixtures, . 
Prolit and Loss Account, . 
Expense Account, , 
Cash on hand, . 



f98,626 19 
1,373 72 
1,000 00 



Namber of Depo«iton 

Bate of ordlnar; dividends for tbe last year. 
Extra dividends are made once in 
Largest amount Invested In the stock of any on 
Annual expenees, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT -No 



rUTION FOR SAYINGS IN NEWTON— NEWTON. 
[April 24. 



lytaturer, B. J. Collikb. 





f295,737 42 






9.708 61 


?3,600 00 
17,705 00 


! Funds, .... 




5,000 00 


Stock 




6,500 00 


estate, .... 




226,075 00 


nal Security, . 




84,900 00 


es. Cities and Towns, . 




2,125 00 


nt 




753 96 
9,887 08 




f305,4-16 03 


(306,446 03 



QTested In the etock of any one bank, 



Five years. 
9fi,000 00 

eoooo 



rrrunoN for savings in newbubyport. 

[Auput 28.] 



Trtatwer, R. Stokb. 





»4,190,282 


■il 






3K 












769 71 












fU3,300 00 










988,339 20 











38:i,236 25 










62,964 29 


Funds 








36.500 90 


Stock 








3,^00 00 


Estate, .... 








1,026.890 60 


nal Estate. 








603,4<33 75 


iea. Cities and Towns, . 








1.040,691 41 


, on interest, . 








12,.-«C 46 










25,0110 00 


Jnt, 

St 








1,676 16 

12,227 45 

065 56 




?4,229 


611 


11 


(4,229,611 11 



inveated in llie Block of anj m 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



INSTITUTION FOH 8AVINGS IN EOXBUBT— BOSTC 
[HarcbS.] 



A. D. HoDOU, PntiJmt, 



Tyamotr, Eswxi 



Deposits 

Profits 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock, 

RailmadBond 

Seal Estate, 

LoauB on Public Funds 

on Bank Stock, . . . . 

on Koal Estate; .... 

on Personal Securitj, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 
Cash on hand 


•2,221,916 10 
69,695 SO 












»2,281,611 40 


♦ 



Number of D«paclton, 

RMt of ordinarr dlridendt &» tbe iMt year, . 
La«t dividend of reserved proflta. In 1870. 

Extra dlvldetuU made once In 

largest anunnt loTcated In tbe sto<l of nay one bank. 
Annual expenses 



IPSWICH SAVINGS BANK— IPSWICH. 
[Octotier 31.] 
JoaiFH Bofli, PrtMideni. IVrantnr, Tbiodokb '. 



Deposits, .... 

Interest, .... 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stock, 

Loans un Keal Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 



f46,121 OS 



Nomber of Depotltorf, .... 
Rate or-oTdinaiy dlTidendi for tbe lait rear. 
No extra dividends. 

Laigest antoant Inveited In the stock of »aj on 
Annual expenies , 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— Ko. 8. 



UICA PLAIN SAVINGS BANK— WEST ROXBtJRT. 

[Norember 26.] 
r, Pmidtnt, Tnatirtr, I. Fhiu.if8 Oeoboi. 



rest Account, 

■ount, 

i, 


«9,431 40 


17,600 00 

29 78 

786 78 

1/114 84 




*9.43I 40 


J9,431 40 



LANCASTER SAVINGS BANK— LANCASTER. 
[April 23.] 



«,p™n(l«ri. 








Tnatunr, C. T. Stmmeb. 




1880309 53 












63,163 32 


tSlJiOO 00 


ids. . 










15,000 00 


bllo Funds, 










1,100 00 


nk Stock, 










6,800 00 


al Estate, 










630,674 87 


rsoDol SecuritT, 








211,6.^2 81 












-ount, . . 








]24 82 


d, . . . 








5,820 85 










f 933.972 85 


t933,972 85 



:pO«ltOTfl 2,344 

.rf dirldendi for tbe iMt yen, ... . . . 7 per cent. 

It In*eated In the ilock of my one bank, . . . 91S.M>0 00 

lea 2,207 42 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



LAWRENCE SAVINGS BANK— LAWRENCE. 
[October ID.] 



Milton Bossit, PrtMent. 



Bank Stock, 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Premium Account, . 

Expense Account, . 



Kamb«r of Depoeltore 

RAte of orUinary dlvldendi for the loEt jear, , 
No extra diridends. 

Uu-tccst ftiDODiit inveetcd in the stock of say one bank, 
Annual expenecB, 




H. Qakfield, Pretident. 



LEE SAVINGS BANK— LEE. 

[jQiy 18.] 



Deposits, 

Interest, .,.,., 
Suspense Account, .... 

Bills I'ftyatle 

Public Innds 

Bank Stock 

Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Eetute, 

on Personal Seturity. . 

to Counties. Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, . . -. . 
ProBt and Loss Account, . 



f 41 1,544 07 
9,013 fto 
2,418 23 
1,539 y8 



Number of Depoeilors 

Rate of ordiniu? dividende for tho last year, 

Largi'Et amount InveEted in Ihe stock of any ouc bank, 

Annual cxpenscB 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 53 

LEICE8TBE SAVINGS BANK-LEICESTEE, 
[JrmalB.] 
^TCB, Prtndmt. Trtanmr, D. E. Merbiah. 





>17S355 20 










e, . . . 


966 87 


141,830 62 


ids, 




3,030 00 


iblicFun^B, .... 




1,000 00 


al Estate 




108,610 00 


rsonal Security, . 




25,319 75 


inties, Cities and Towns, . 




6,200 00 


-count, 




666 08 








^ount, 




128 38 




♦182,421 00 


»I82,421 00 



txj dlTldends for tbe lut jeai, 
Dt inreflled In tbc slock of any 01 



LEOMINSTER SAVINGS BANE-LEOMINSTER. 
[April 2».] 





Trt<uvn^, A. L. BnapiTT. 




1383,130 46 






1,309 15 


J19,207 00 






4,250 00 


nk Stock 




12,000 00 


al Estate 




270,790 00 


rsonal Security, . 




66,935 00 


ilroad Stock, 






unties, Cities and Towns, 




4,000 00 


:ture8 




635 15 


d 




3,622 45 




1384,439 60 


»384,439 60 



t inveeted In tbe slock of ttaj one bank. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



LEXINGTON SAYINGS BANK— LEXINGTON. 
tD«cembec 13.] 



Gbo. W. Bobinsoh, PTMidtnt, 



Deposit, .... 

lutereBt 

Loans on Real Estate, 

OQ Personal Security, 
Espeose Account, . 
Cuh on hand, . 



Number of DepMltora, .... 
lUte of ordinary dlTldmda for the Uit year. 
Extra dlvidende are made ooce in 

Annual (zpCIUeC, 



HoBATTO Wood, 



LOWELL FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— LOWELL. 
[April 11.] 



Deposits 


f2,575,668 25 




Profits 


31,406 07 




Public Funda, 




( 








Railroad Bonds 






Real Estate, 






Loans on Public Funds, .... 






on Bank Stock 






on Real Estate, .... 






on Personal Security. . 






to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 






to Banks, on interest, . 






Interest and Tax Account, 






Expense Account, 














12,606,974 32 


%i 



NnmtMT of Depoellon 

Bate of ordinary dividends fbr the last year, . 
lAit dividend of i«eerved profits, In 1872. 
Extra dlvldentls are made onw In .... 
largest amonnt invested In tbe stock of an; one bank, 
Annnal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



)WELL IN9TITDT10N FOR SAYINGS— LOWELL. 
[Uaich 28.] 



CM.Prmdmt 








Trtatunr, Geo. J. Cabmet. 




(1,882,008 32 














1500,000 00 












368,300 00 












20,834 06 


.ic Funds, 










25,400 00 


[Stock, 










16,700 00 


Estate, 










117,944 82 


J and Towns, 








679.975 00 


:s, on interest. 








128,666 U 


13 Account, 








24,688 30 










tl,882fl08 82 


f 1382,008 32 



y dlvldeods fbr the lurt yeti, 1 per cent. 

t reaerved profiti, in 1B70. 

I ue mftde once in Five jtm. 

lnvened in Die tlock of any one bank, . . . ' fTfi.OOO 00 

m 4,500 00 



LYNN FIVE CENTS SAYINGS BANK— LYNN. 
[Septemtwr G.] 



TVnuurgr, B. Y. Frbkoh. 





(1,465,460 12 




js Account, 


7,767 96 
483 60 


♦126,700 46 
386,362 25 


fls 




49,4.W 00 
44,529 24 


t Stock, . . . . 




19,6.» 00 






711,530 00 


on&t Security, . 




23,400 00 


uties, aties and Towns, . 




46376 00 


nnt, ..... 




6,670 67 
69,633 06 




11,473,701 68 


(1,473,701 68 



7 dividend! fbr the last year, 6j per ce 

ndfl. 

inTuled Id the atock of any one bank, . . 972,' 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



LTNN IHSTmJTION FOE SAVIHOS— LTNN. 
[September 26.] 



Datid H. Swbbtscr, Prttidtnt. 





11,560,694 82 




Profits 

Interest, 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock 

Railronc^Bond 

Real Estate 

Loans on Bank Slock, .... 

on Real Est&te 

on PcrBonal Security, . 

to Countiea, Cities and Towna, . 

to Banks, on intarest, . 

Expense Account 

Cash on hand, 


7,366 44 
7,275 16 






11,575,336 42 


♦ 



Number of Depoiiton, .... 
Rale of ordlnar; dlrldendi for the laat year, 
No extia dlvidenda. 

lATgeet amoDDt Invested In the itock of any oi 
Annnal expeniei 



Hbitst Babsztt, PntiiaU. 



MALDEK SATIKOS BANE— MALDEN. 

[September 9.] 



Trttttunr, Chab 



Deposits 

Interest, 

Bills Payable 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Countiefl, Cities and Towns, 



1203,890 97 
3,799 04 
6,359 9" 



f2U,050 00 



Bate of ordlnar; dividends G>r the laet year, . 
Lost dividend of reserved profits. In 1870. 
Extra dlvidenda are made once In ... . 
lATgest amonnt invested hi the stock of any one bank, 
AnDDal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



ARBLEHEAD SAVINGS BANK— MARBLEHEAD. 

[NoTBmbCT 13.] 



Tmavrer, William Oillbt, Jr. 





(107,960 34 






110 04 






4,169 28 


»3,047 00 
22,005 39 








ities. Cities and Towdb, . 




3,000 00 


!ount, 




376 10 


»at, 




562 47 
3,398 70 




f 112,239 66 


1112,239 66 



; dirldcDdf for the lut year, 61 per ce 

inTcsted In tbe bEocIc of mj one bank, ... 92, 



JILBOROUOH SAVING8 BANK-MARLBOHOUGH. 
[May 7.] 



Tmuvrtr, E. C. Whitmbt. 



1 Estftte, '.'.'.'. 
oaal Security, . 
ties, Cides and Towns, 
Hilt;, 


»703,664 53 
2,336 52 
6,548 24 


(116,115 00 

509,950 00 

9.100 00 

68,600 00 

916 25 

7,768 04 




(712,449 29 


(712,449 29 


jBitort 






dividends for tbe last year, . 
ds. 
iareated in the Block of any one 


bank, . . 


6j per cent. 
981,115 00 









BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPOET. 



MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANE— HOLYOKE. 
[Jane 26.] 



Deposits, .... 
Interest, .... 
Bank Slock, . 
IioaDs on Public Funds, . 

OD Bank Stock, . 

on Re&l Estete, . 

on PenonnI Security, 
Furniture and Fixtures, . 
Expense Account, . 
Casli on hand, . 



Nomber of Depoetlon 

Rate of ordlnar; dividends fbr the ttut je*r, 
Largest unonnt Invested Id the stock of ftnr ^' 



Wk. a. Burke, Pmident. 



MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK— LOWELL. 
[April 1-1 



7V«a«Hr<r, C. C. 



Deposits 

Profits, 

Interest, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Rrilroad Bonds, 

Real Estate 

Loons on Bank Stock 

on Real Estate, .... 

on Personal Security, . 

to CoimticB, Cities and Towns, . 

Tax Account, 

Expense Account, 

Cash on hand 


{1,877,325 63 
15,814 76 
66,726 94 






(1,968,867 32 





Niunber of DepoBltore 

Bate of orcllnu7 dlvldood* for the last year, 
Last dividend of reserved proSts, in I8T0. 
Extra dividends ore made once in 
Largest amoant invested in (he stock of any w 
Anaaal e: 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



1 EDFORD SAYINGS BANE— HEDFOBD. 
[Dtcember 9.] 



PrtMml. 


Tnaturtr, Heubbut MAOOtm. 




f 187,108 84 






5,116 43 


118,382 fiO 
9,130 00 


lock, . , . . 







BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPOR 



MERCANTILE SAVINGS INSTITUTION— B08T 
[Novembw 11.] 



L. S. EiMiooD, PraidcTii. 



Deposits 


♦3,873,772 89 


Profits 


2,194 73 


Capital Stocli 

Bills Paj-ubie 


205.757 20 


92.000 00 


Rent Account, 




Public Funds, 




Bank Stock 




Eailroad Bonds, 




Real Estate 




Loans on Public Funds, .... 




on Baak Stock 




on Real Estate, . . . ■ . 




on PersonaT Security, . . *. 




to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 




Accrued Interest Account, 




Suspense Account, 




Expense Account, 




Cash on liand 






♦4,188,936 61 



Noniber of Depoellots 

Ital« of ordinary dividends for the last year, . 
lAst dividend of rcMrved proflU, in 1873. 
Extra dividends are made once In . . . 
Largest amonat invesi«d in the stock of any one bi 
Annual expeneis 



MEEEIMACK RIVER SAVINGS BAHK— LOW] 
[April II.) 



JosuH O. Pe&BODT. PnHdtnt. 



Deposits 

Interest, ... 
Bank Stock, . 
Loans on Bank Stock, 

on Real EsUte, . 

on Personal Security, 
Accrued Interest Account, 
Expense Aeiiount. . 
Cash on hand, . 



Number of Deposltore, 

Rate of ordinary dlvldendB for the last year, . 
Latg^Bt amonnt invested In Hie stock of any one bank, . 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



JBOEODOH SAVINGS BANK— MroDLEBOROUOH. 

[Angast 16.] 
IN, PrtMtnl. Trtaturcr, C. B. Wood. 



nt, 

.state. .... 
al Security, . 
es, Cities and Towns, . 
It, 


fl6,I55 35 
212 53 

21 78 


(2,000 00 
3,100 00 
6,000 00 
67 25 
6,222 41 




(16,389 66 


(16,389 66 








eie, MKT 1, IS73. 







lESES INSTITUTION FOR SAVINOS-CONCOHD. 

[Febraary 28.] 



a, Pruubnf. 


IVauuiw, Oeoroe BUtwoos. 




(941,054 49 






12,409 56 






26,303 93 


(30.000 00 
258,300 00 
140,000 00 


lBta.t», ■ . 






fll Security, . 




82,640 00 


)9, Cities and Towns, . 




37,328 00 


t, 




237 63 

24,239 66 




(979,767 98 


(979,767 98 



Widcnds for tbe last fear, 

'e mBdc onco In 

reet^ In the Etock at koj o 



6 pec cent. 
Tbreo yeara. 

830,000 00 
2,326 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPOR' 



MILFORD SAVINQS BANE— MILFORD. 
[April 22.] 



Obiion Undekitood, Prttidml. 



Deposits, . , 

Profits, . 

Interest, . 

Public Funds, . 

B&nk Stock, . 

Real Estate, 

Loans on Public Funds, 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, 

on FDrsonal Security, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Cash on hand, 



|4£7,744 94 
12fi64 S4 



(469374 10 



Noinber of DepMlton, .... 
Bate of ordinBl? dividends Ibr Ilie tut year. 
Last dividend of rewrred proBU, Id 1872. 
Extra dividends are made once In 
Largest unoaDt Invested in tbe siodi of an; oi 
Ananal expenses, 



MIIiBDRT SAVIKOa BANK— MILLBUBT, 

[Ma]' 8.] 





n>a« 


Deposits, 


♦287.487 73 


Interest, 




Public Funds. 




Bank Stock 




Loans on Real Estate 




on Personal Security, . 




to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 




Premium Account, ..... 




Expense Account. 










»294,71* 07 



Nnmber of Deposlton. 

Rale of ordinary dlTidendi for the last year, . 

No extra dividends. 

Largest amount invetted in tbe itoCk of anj one bank, . 

Annoal expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



ERS' flAVmOS BAHK— WEST STOCKBRIDGE. 
t July 17.] 



Vh. C. SPAumreo. 





126,490 99 






692 96 




mt. 


2 10 


♦3,036 82 


Estate 




14.676 00 


al Secarily, . 




6,100 00 


es, Gtiea and Towns, . 




800 00 


It. 




164 19 
3,409 98 




♦27,185 99 


127,185 99 



liTidenda for tha Isat ;eu, 6 p«r n 



UONSON SAVINGS BANK— M0N30N. 
[June 10.] 



TVwuunr, E. F. HoKua. 





♦94,163 67 








♦31,354 60 


Stock 




7350 00 


:sUte 




43,050 00 


aal Secnrity, . 




9,765 00 
4,496 01 




196,616 61 


♦96,616 61 



>Tect«d in th« itock of vtj one bank. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORl 



NANTUCKET INSTITDriON FOR SAVINGS— NANTl 
[September 11.] 
Oeokqe Cobb, PreiitUnl, Treaturer, Ha 



Deposits, 

Profits, 

laterest, 

Premium Account, .... 

Publie Funds, ..... 

Bank Stock 

Real Estate 

Loans on Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, . 
on Railroad Stock, 
to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
to Banks, on interest, . 

Expense Account, .... 

Cash on band, 



♦579,895 49 

3,917 08 

60 66 

1,936 00 



Nnmber of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordinal? dividends for tbe last year. 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amount laTCGted in tbe Block of any on 
Anmtal expenses, 



NATICK FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— NATH 
[November 28.] 



John Kimbali., Prttidmt. 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Bank Stock . 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Citjes and Towns, 
Cash on hand 



Number of Depoeltorfl, 

Kate of ordinary diridends for tlie last year, 

Last dividend of reserved profit*, in 1870. 

Extra dividends are made once in ... . 

Largest amoant invested In tbe stock of any one bank, 

Annual cxpcnseB 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



»D, Jr., PnMt>a. 


Treatunr, B. Rickehok. 


unt, 

s, '. '. \ '. '. 

ic Funds 

I Stock 

Estate 

odhI Secnrity, . 

ties. Citiea and Towns, 

Fixtures 

nnt, 


»2,046,811 61 
29,302 69 
40,201 76 
25,771 66 
34,762 31 


fl,237,500 00 

lOo.lOU 00 

83,500 00 

1,800 00 

4.960 00 

375,606 02 

346,767 76 

400 00 

8,942 38 

2,255 46 

10,028 31 




»2,176,S49 92 


♦2.176,849 92 



is for the lut jtat. 
Id Ihe stock of any oi 



INSTITDTION FOR SA VINOS— NEW BEDFORD. 

[September 3.] 
t. IVeaturer, Chab. H. Fibkoi. 



ids for the last year, 7 per cent. 

In the itock or anj one bank, . . 9165,600 00 
14,400 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S BEPOET. 



NEWBURTPOET FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— NEWBD 
[October 21.J 
Datid Wood, FmidaU. Tnatarer, J. 



Deposits, . 

Profits, . 

Interest, . 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stock, . 

Railroad Bonds, 

Keal Estate, 

Loans on Public Funds, 
on Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 
to Counties, Cities and 1 
to Banks, on ii 

Expense Accouut, . 

Cash oa hand, . 



(791,136 84 
24,270 34 



Nnintter of DepoBltore, 

Rsto of o[dln&i7 dividends for the hut year, . 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amoant invested hi the slock of any one bank, 
Annnal expenses, 



NORTHAMPTON INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS— NOKTHJ 
[June 28.] 



Deposits 

Profits 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock 

Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, 

on Pci'Bonal Security, . 

to Countjes, Cities and Towns, 
Cash on hand, . . . . 



(1,682,761 51 



Nnraber of Dcposilora, 

Rale of ordlniuy dividends for the last year, . 

Last dividend of reserved profits, in 1873. 

Extra dividends are made once In ... . 

Largest amount Invested in the stock of any one bank, , 

Annual expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 



TH ADAMS SAVINGS BANS—NORTH ASAUS. 
[Jnly 180 



Trtaiurtr, V. A. Wbiuxbk. 





f644^64 34 






15,009 18 






1,394 44 


{10,000 00 
21,061 75 
8,701 51 


B Funds 




2.200 00 


Stock 




6,432 49 


i:state, .... 




376,805 08 


nal Secnrity, . 




201.797 67 


es, Cities and Towns, . 




31,258 66 


nt. 




2,462 41 
2,148 39 




1660,867 96 


1660,867 96 


. 






dtvldendB for the last year, 
Is. 




6 per cent. 


IwUc, . 


»19,661 76 











RTH AVENUE SAVINGS BANK— CAMBRIDGE. 

[December 1.] 
BiPQB, Praident. Triattavr, HlLTon L. WuAOX. 



Estate, . 
nal Security, 
, on interest, 
mt, . 
and Fixtures, 






(23,728 51 
411 17 


»13,500 00 

2,800 00 

6,345 50 

682 37 

533 02 

378 79 








124,139 68 


124,139 68 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



NORTH BRIDQEWATER SAVINGS BANK.— NORTH BRIDG 

[November 20.] 



Hehbt W. Babihboh, Fretidmt. 



Trtantrer, EnwiKD : 



DepoBitB, .... 

Profits 

Interest, .... 
Public Funds, . 
Bank Stock, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on PerBonal Security, 
Cash on hand, . 



¥620,880 49 
1,968 21 
2,266 22 



Nnmber of Depositors, 

Rate of ordlDar; dividends fbr tbe last year, . 
No extra dividends. 

Largest omonnt Invested In tbe stock of any one bank, 
Annnal expensee 



NORTH BROOKFIELB SAVlVoS BANK— NORTH BKOOl 
[Jnnell.] 
Chasles Adams, Jr., Pittidttd. Trtaturet 



Deposits, 

Profits, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Bail road Bonds, .... 
LoBoa on Real Estate, 

OD Persona] Secnrity, . 

to Counties, Cides and Towns, 
Furniture Account, .... 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand, 



Number of Depositors 

Rate of ordinary divldenda for the last year. 
No extra dividends. 

Annnal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No., 8. 



RTH EA8T0N SAYINGS BANK— NORTH EA8T0N. 
IMttj 27.) 



Trtamrtr, P, A. Giftoeb. 





(226,396 62 






6,116 97 


(25,706 00 
63,316 89 


da 




13,390 00 


k Stock 




16,000 00 


1 Estate 




63,781 46 


WDal Security, . 




41,000 00 


ks, on Interest, . 




5.319 24 




(232,612 69 


(232,512 69 



rj dlTideodi for tbe liut year, . 

t InTeated In tbe ilock of any one bank. 



NORTH END SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 

[February 28.] 



Trtatvrer, G. C. Trvmbcll. 



Prl>fit8,' 
, ■ 

As, '. 
blic Funds, 
Dk Stock, 

al Estate, 
sonal Secnij 
Iroad Stock 
ntiea. Cities 

d Lease Aco 
ount, . 

t, . 

d, . . . 


and 

unt. 


iondi 
'owe 


s, . 


(390,616 59 
12,446 S3 


(13,025 00 
37,018 79 
11,411 26 

1,000 00 

3,600 00 

250,891 45 

43,300 00 
2,700 00 

10,975 00 
805 36 
1,480 76 
1,160 42 

16,804 39 










(403,062 42 


(403,062 42 



iry dixldenda for the laat year. 
It InTeated In the itock of any oi 



BANK COMMISSIONEE'S REPORT. 



A. J> Clake, Pretidtnt. 



ORANOE SAVINGS BANK— ORAMOE. 
[Jane 13.] 



Deposits, .... 

Profits 

Bank Stock, - . 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Real Estate, . 
on Personal Security, 
to Banks, on interest. 

Cash on hand, , 



Number of Depositors 

Rale or ordlniuy dlvldenda far the lost ^ear, 

No extra dividends. 

Lorgeil amount tnTeetcd In tlie stock of tmj one btmk, . 

Annual cxpensea, 



PALMER SAYINGS BANE— PALMER. 



Deposits, .... 

Interest, . , . . 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stock, . 

Railroad Bonds, 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Bank Stock, . 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 
Xa Banks, on interest. 

Expense Account, . 

Cash on hand, . 



Nninb«r of Depositors 

Rate of ordinary diTldends for the last year, 
Ko extra dividends. 

Largest amoant loTcetcd In the stock of any tsi 
Annnal expenses 




PDBLIC DOCDMENT— No. 8. 



t, 

ds, : ; ; ! : 

lie Funds, '.'.'.'. 
k Stock, . . . . 

1 Estate 

BODoJ Secnrity, . 
Iroad Stock, 
ntiea, Cities and Towns, 
ks, on interest, . 

oont, 

S3 Account, .... 
ount, 


13,060,066 64 

56,16B 72 

607 22 

636 18 


»28S,500 00 

668300 00 

52.000 00 

65,000 00 

20-,600 00 

20,600 00 

1,658,685 64 

222.872 47 

3,400 00 

10.700 00 

11,404 22 

124.398 65 

51,013 61 

1,822 16 

11.109 24 

1,567 67 




»3,107373 66 


f3,107,373 66 



inveatcd in the stock of any one bank. 



D. J. ROBBINI. 



2,391 

Lry dividends for the la<t year, 6 per cent 

It InTeiled In the stock of any one bank, . . 90,000 DO 

Bci 1,M0 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



Jaoob S. Ix)vd, Prttidenl. 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Interest, 

Suspense Account, .... 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock, 

Railroiid Bonds, ■ . . . ■ 

RcqI Estate 

Loans on Public Funds, . . . 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, 

on Personal Securilj, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on band, 



Hmnber of Depositora, .... 
Bate of onlinuT diTidends for th« lest year, 
No extra dlvitlenda. 

Largest amount Invested In the stock of an; oi 
Annual expenses, 



(1,S26,931 16 
37,354 69 

64,118 79 
148 97 



(2,018,553 61 I 



John Ahobt Lowbll, Prtadtnt. 



TVauurvr. Pbtbb ' 



Deposits, 

Interest, 

Suspense Account 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Bonds, .... 

Real Estate 

Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, . 

on Pei-Bonal Security, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 

to Banks, on interest, . 
Profit and Loss Account, . 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand 



Number of Depositors, .... 
Rate of ordinary dividends fbr tbe last year, 
Lost dividend of reserred profits, in 1872. 
Extra dividends are mode once In 
Annual expenses 



. (12,920,047 02 
38,906 15 
7,450 03 



113,016,103 19 |1 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK— RANDOLPH. 
[December 21.] 



Atherton 'Waj.ei, Preiident. 



Deposits, 

. Interest 

Premium Account, .... 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock, 

Railroad Bonds, .... 
Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

on EHJtroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand, 



1576,204 40 
12,242 U9 

7,242 18 



Number of pepoeltare, ... . . 
Bale of ordinary dividends for ihe last year, . 
Lost dividend of reserved profits, in 1871. 
Extra dividcDds are mado once in ... . 
Largest amount invested in tbe stock of any one bank. 
Annual expenses 



BEADING SATINOS BANK— BEADING. 
[KoTcmber 8.] 
Ephbaim Hdnt. Fntidnt. TVmuufa 



Deposits, 

Bank Stock, .... 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Pursonal Security, . 
Cash on hand 



Nnmber of Depositor?, .... 
Bate of ordinary dividends for the last year. 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amoant inTCfiCed in the slock of any oi 
Annual expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 



ROCKPORT SAVINGS BANK— ROCKPOBT. 
[NoTEmber 14.] 



itore 

illvidenda for the last yen, 
'eeerved proflU, hi 18^. 
le made once in 
ivesied in tbe Btock of an; oi 



lYtatuftr, Newell Giles. 



Estate, '.'.'.'. 
aal S€icurity, . 


1368,084 37 
1,431 30 


J82,144 25 

214,129 26 

71^^67 92 

1,674 25 




1369,616 67 


{369,615 67 



Five jeare. 
«9,719 55 
1,200 00 



LEM FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— SALEM. 
[October 7.] 



IMS, Preiidml. 


TVnwurvr, Cba 


. H. Hbkdebmk. 




» 1,768,501 


4R 






au.iio 59 










f46,950 00 








249,,')81 00 








32,320 00 








14,200 00 


Stock, .... 






1,000 00 


istal* 






926,514 00 


lal Security, . 






274,127 00 








4,960 00 


es. Cities and Towns, . 






23l',247 50 


on intereat, . 






12,200 00 


are Account, . 






300 00 

3,232 67 




11,797,612 


07 


?1,797,612 07 



iveated in the itock of anj oi 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



JoBiFB 8. Cabot, PreHdenl. 



8ALEH SAVINGS BANK— 8ALEH. 
[AngoM 30.) 



TVoonnr, Chai 



Deposits 

Profita 

Public Funds, . 

Bank Stoi k, . 

Railroad Bonds, 

Rnal Estate, . 

Loans on Public Punds, . 
on Bank Stock. . 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 
on Railroad Stock, 
to Counties, Citjes and 1 
to Banks, on intere 

Cash on hand, , 



Number or DepoBltore 

B»M of ordlnar? dividends Tor the last year, . 
lABt dividend of reserved proSts, in 18^ 
Extra dividends are made once in ... . 
Largeit amonni Invested in tbe stock of any one bank, 
Annaal ezpenBcs 



SANDWICH SAVINGS BANK— SANDWICH. 
[August 15.] 



!. BoTDEN, Pretidml, 



Deposits, .... 
Profits and Interest, 
Public Funds, . 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Expense Account, . 
Casii on hand, . 



Number of DepositOTB, .... 
Bale of ordinary dividends for tbe last jear, 

No oxcra dividends. 

Annual expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



SCITUATE SAVINGS BANK— SaTDATE. 
[September 23.} 





Trtaturer, C. W. PnouiY. 


SB Account, .... 

I Estate, '. '. . . 

sonal Secnrity, . 

ntiea. Cities and Towna, . 


f 141,248 53 
1,486 96 
620 82 


117,600 00 
96.187 00 
10,540 23 
16,170 00 
2,958 58 




$143355 81 


f 148,355 81 



J iIlvldendB for Ibe Itut rear, . 
f reterrcd profits, In 1872. 
I Bra made once la ... . 
: inveited in tfae aiock of anj one bank. 



JEAMEM'S SAVINGS BANK-PROVINCETOWN. 

[Angurt 12,] 



Tnanirtr, J. H. DtbS. 



wnnt, 

,.!!!!! f89,50o 00 

Ii2,000 00 

ds 85,500 00 

1,336 04 

il Estate 100,764 00 

■sonal Security, . . . 82,200 17 

nties. Cities and Towns, 121,775 00 

ks 6,000 00 

i Safes 1,850 43 

1, 36,360 S4 

I (587,285 88 I (587,285 88 

[MMilorR 1,S14 

TV divldendB for the last year, 7 per cent, 

t inveated In the itock of anf one bank, . . 912,600 00 

es 2.0S0 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S EEPORl 



8HELBURHE FALLS SAVINGS BANK— SHBLBURNB 
[JnJr 8.] 
F. A. Ball, PntidtHt. ~ 



Profits 

Interest, 

Public Fonda, ..... 

Bank Stock 

Real Estate 

Loans on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, . 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 

to Banks, on int«rest, . 
Cash on band, 



Number of Depositors, 

Bate of ordinary dividendB for the last yeti. 
No «xtra dlvideada. 

Largest amount Invested in the stock of an; one bi 
Annnal exijenses 



SOUTHBHIDGE SAVINGS BANK— SOOTHBRTDG 

[Angnst 6.] 



Samuel Habtwell, Pritidenl. 



Deposits, 

Profit and Loss Account, . 

Interest 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Bank Stock, 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, . 
to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
to Banks, on interest, . 

Expense Account 

Cash on band, 



(712,324 47 
11,482 92 
3,981 72 



Namberof Depositor!, .... 
Bate of ordinary dividends for the last year, 
Extra dividends arc made once la 
Largest amount Invested in the stoek of any oi 
Annnal expenses 



JBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



ADAMS SAVINGS BANK— SOUTH ADAMS. 
[Jnly IB.] 



Trtaturer, H. U. Wblunqtok. 





1237303 87 






3,552 51 








ja2.040 00 








ck 




10,900 00 


«le 






Security, . 




116,075 00 


CilJes and Towns, . 




4,'iW) on 


I interest, . 




11,585 60 
41 67 
124 S3 




1241, e41 60 


1-241,641 60 



dendB for the last year, . 

ted iQ the alock of an; one bank, . 



6 per cent. 
Five years. 
918,900 OO 
800 00 



TH BOSTON SAYINGS BANK— BOSTON, 
[Harcb fi. 



TrmuHTtr, D. If cB. Thaxtbr. 



fl0],800 00 

06,200 00 

86,000 00 

94,142 32 

ate, ... . 666,237 50 

Security, . . 78,.W0 00 

Cities ajid Towns, . 44,977 42 

4,579 IS 

26,457 87 

1.558 19 

L-ccount, . . 12,447 60 
14,205 70 

I 11,147,105 73 I 11,147,105 73 

« G,e28 

AtTtie fbr tbe Inst year, 6 per cent. 

rred proflU, In 1872. 

nade once in Tbree years. 

ited In the iiock of any one bank, . . 918,155 00 
4,60a 00 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



SOUTH SCITDATE SAVINGS BANK— SOUTH SCITDA 

[SepWmbtr 23.] 
M0BE8 P. BooEBS, Prendenl. Tnawrtr, Ebehe 



Deposits, 

Interest, 

Public Funds, 

Dank Stouk 

Loans on Heal Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Cosh on hand, 



Namber of Scpositora, .... 
Rate of ordinary dividends for tbe last jear, 
Last dividend of reserved profits, In 1870. 
Extra divitlcnds are made once In 
largest amonnt Invested In tbe stock of kdj m 
Annnal expenaes 



SOUTH WEYMOUTH SAVINGS BANE— SOUTH WETl 
[October 17.] 
At-bbut Tihbell, Fretidtnt, TVeanim 



Deposits, . -. . . 

Bank Stock, . 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
to Banks, on interest. 

Expense Account, . 



Number of Deposlton 

Rale of ordinary dividends tor the last year, . 
Last dividend of teserved profits. In 1872. 
Extra dividends are made onc« in .... 
Largest amonnt Invested In the slock of any one bank, 
Annnal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



FIELD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— SPRINGFIELD. 

[Junes.] 
CHOS, Pretident. Trtamrtr, DANiEt J. Mabsh. 



fiao^wooo 

4A,100 00 
90,000 00 
14,150 00 
28,800 00 
688,000 00 
2,000 00 
27,680 79 



lie Funds, 
k Stock, 
1 Estite, 
nties. Cities 

.. . 


ancn 


'own 


s. 



fl,075,730 79 



•J (llvlilendB for the last year, 
: Invested In the Btock of any on 



FIELD INSTITUTION FOR SATING S— SPRINGFIELD. 

[Jane 23.] 
XPBOy, Pntidaa. Trttimtrtr, HeNRr S. Lbb. 



ate'rest, '. 

blic Funds, 
nk Stock, 
\\ Estate, 
■sonal Seciir 
Iroad Stfick 
ntk-s. Cities 
ks, on inters 

a, . 


ty, . 
and Bond 
and Town 

St, . 





f77C,635 00 
499.700 00 
99^74 61 
149,450 00 
144,460 00 
;,1 36,900 00 
83,200 00 
30,100 00 
400,800 00 
27,024 59 
70,854 24 

I 15,418,988 44 I 15,418.988 44 



ipositors 

ly diTldcndB for the laet year, 

It invesled Id tbe stock of any oi 



BANK COMMISSIONBE'S REPORT. 



VlLLtAN Upham, Pretidaii. 



SPENCER SAVINGS BANK— SPENCER. 
[June 19.] 



Deposits, 

InUrest, 

BUIa Payable 

Bank Stock, 

Railroad Bonds, .... 
Loans on Real Estate, ' . 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Tonus, 

Tax Account, 

Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand, 



Nnniber of Depoilton, 

Bate of ordinat? dlvidendB tor tbo last jear, . 

No extrn dividends. 

Ijirgest amount inveeted In the slock of any one bank, 



8T0NEHAM FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— STONES 
[November 8.] 
Bhhiahih r. KiosAXDBoH, Pmidtnt. Treatarer, Onsi 



Deposits 

Prolita 

Interest, 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Stock, .... 
Loans on Public Funds, . 

on Real Kstate, . 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Cash on hand, 




Nnmbcr of Depositors, 

Sate of ordinary dividends for tho lost year, 

La«t dividend of reserved proQts, in 1872. 

Extra dividends are made once in ... . 

Largest amount invested In the stock of any one bank, 

Annnal expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



DOE SAVINGS BANE— STOCKBRIDGE. 

[July 16J 
indent. TVnwaw, H. J. Uuhhah. 



lUrity, 






143,537 66 
1,822 50 


t4,000 00 
9,400 00 

23,812 83 

7,377 99 

17o 00 












594 33 




(45,860 


15 


94d,3()0 15 






199 


U for tbe last jear, . 




epercCDt. 


n the itock of any one bank, . 




55,940 00 
79 75 



FOLK SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 

[Harch 19.] 
!, Trtatitrer, CSAmLsa Hensy Fareeb. 





•6,855,579 06 










663.119 44 


1611,500 00 
432,625 00 
130,000 00 
203,035 76 
17,500 00 

2,397.676 10 


Mirity, 








3,433,000 00 


.ck, 








160,000 00 
2,641 66 
46,600 55 
9,886 82 






84,032 62 








♦7,518,698 50 


(7,618,698 50 



in the stock of any one bank, 



Five yeara. 
062,400 00 
21,996 20 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



TAUNTON SAVINGS BANK-TAUNTON. 
[Septomber li 



WlLlIAV LOTEOINQ. PrttidtiU. 



TVuuwer, Hek 



Deposits, 

Profits, 

Inteivst and Discount, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Kailroad Bonds, .... 

Real Estate, 

Loans on Public Fands, . 

on Bank Stock, . 

on Reiil Estate, . 

on Personal Seeurity, , 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Furniture Account, .... 

Expense Account 

Gash on baud, 



Namber or DepoBilors, .... 
B&te of ordinary dividends (br the last year. 
No extra dividenda. 

Largeet amoant Icveated In the stock of any oi 
ADDoal expensea, 




TEMPLETON SAVINGS BANK— TEMPLETON. 

[May IS.] 



Edvih SlvTBK, Praidml. 



Deposits 

Interest, .... 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 



Nnmber of Depoailora, .... 
Rate of ordinal? dividends for tbe \Mi year. 
No extra dividends. 



PUBLIC DOCXJMENT— No. 8. 



imoa iNSTrruTioN for savings— boston. 

[Uarcb 12.] 
XKT, Preiident. Geoboe F. Evbbt, Treeturer. 



121,039 18 

6.767 85 



BAUK COMMISSIONER'S EEPOM 



Mosss Tirr, Pmideat. 



UXBRIDQE SAVINGS BANK— UXBEIDQB. 

[Angnst 7.J 



Bepoaits, .... 






1165,173 40 
1,807 20 


Bank Stock, . 

Loans on Real Estate, . 

on Personal Security, 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 












tl66,980 60 



Number of Depositors, .... 
Rale of ordinal? dividends for tbe last year, 
No extra dividends. 

Larfccst amoanl invested in the stock of any o: 
Annual expenses, ^ 



WAKEFIELD SAVINGS BANS— WAKEFIELI 



Ctbdb Wakefield, Preaiiltnt. 



Loans on Public Funds, . 
on BiLuk Stock, 
OD Real Estate, 
on Personal Security, 

Accrued Interest Account, 

Expense Account, . 

Cash on hand, . 



Namberof DepoEiIore, .... 
Rate of ordinnry dividends for the last year, 
Liut dividend of reserved profits, In 1873. 
Extra dividends nic made onee in 
Annoal expenfies 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. ; 



WALES SAVINQS BANK— WALES. 





Trtastirer, J. C. Burlet. 




129,600 10 






339 22 


tl 1,634 00 


: Funds 




815 63 


3stal« 




10,268 00 


nal Security, . 




4,345 75 


les, Cities and Towns, . 




600.00 


, on interest, . 




2,504 34 


unt 




240 00 
31 70 




129,839 32 


129,839 32 



dividends for Che last year, 6 per cent. 

are made once In ' . Five yeani. 

nvcsted in ttie stock of any one bank, . . . V3,175 OD 

, 0000 



WALTKAM SAVINGS BANK— WALTHAM. 

[December 31.] 



TViaturer, Jno. 8. Williams. 



Estate, . 

oiial Security, . 
lies, Cities and Towns, 



fl,205,099 a 
3,500 00 
4,000 2 



,700 00 
,000 00 
,4C3 00 
,240 00 
:,100 00 
,685 21 
500 00 



51,212,600 10 ?1,212,600 10 



diridende Tor Om last year 6 per c( 

idH. 

[avestcd tn Ibo stock of my one bank, . . . 9^, 



BASK COMMISSIONER'S BEP0E1 



WlLLlAH Htde, Prtlidait. 



WARE SAVINGS BANK— WABE. 

[Jonetl.] 



Deposits 

Profits 

Interest 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Bonds 

Loans on Public Funds, .... 

on Bunk Stock 

on Real Estate, .... 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, . 

Premium Account, 

Expense Account 

Tax Account, 

Cash on hand 


fl,461,039 51 

3,3^3 62 
14,713 86 






fl.479,077 02 





Number of Depositors 

Bate of ordinary dividends foe the lost year, 

No extra dividends. 

Largest amount invested in the stock of any one bank, 

Annnol eitpenses, 



WAHE&AM SAVINGS BANK— WAREHAM. 

[Angnst le.] 





TVewurCT-.Tfl 


Deposits, 


?544,C78 10 


Interest, 


14,557 12 


Bank Slock 




Riiilroad Bonds 




Loans on Bank Stock, .... 




on Real Estate, . ' . 




on Personal Security, , 




on Railroad Stock, 








Tax Account 




Expense Account 




Cash on hand . 






f 559,335 22 



Number of Depositors, 

Rate of ordinary dividends for the last year, 

No eitra dividends. 

largest amount Invested In the stock of any one bank, 

Annnsl expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



IRHEK FIVE CEBTS SAVINGS BANK— PEABODY. 

[NoTember B.] 
ax. Praidmi. Trtanrer, Albeki H. Mebkiu.. 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S EEPORT 



WATEKTO'WN SAVINGS BANK— WATERTOWS 

[December 10.] 



Chableb J. Babkt, Frendent. 



TVeoiurcr, Johi 



Deposits, . 



Bills Payable 

Baok Stock, 

Loans on Real Estate, 

OD Personal Security. . 

to Countiea, Cities &nd Towns, 

Furniture Account 

Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hand, 



f72,159 73 

494 81 
4,500 00 



Number of Deposilora, 

Bale of ordJnary dividends for the tnst year, . 

No eztnt dividendB. 

Iju'gest amoant Invested in the stock of any one 1nuik, 



WEBSTER FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— WEBSl 

[October 24.] 
Hekht H. Stevens, Preridtnt. ~ 



Deposits, 

Interest, 

Bank Stock 

Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Estate, 

to Countiea, Cities and Towns, 

to Banks, on interest, . 

Furniture Account, .... 

Eipense Account, .... 

Premium Account, .... 

Cash on hand, 



Number of Deposltore, 

Bate of ordlnarr divldcndD for tlie !a«t year, . 
No extra dividends. 

Largest amount invested in tlie stock of any one bank, 
Annual expenses, 



PTTBLTC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



■WELLFLEET SAVINGS BANK— WELLFLEET, 

[Angoat 13.] 



Trtatarer, Tbokas Kemp. 



f3<H,6U 20 

991 48 

9 00 



(163,243 79 
14^02 ei 
200 00 
24,475 00 
80,742 00 
17375 00 
4,173 28 



?305,611 68 



STBOROUGH SAVINQS BANK— WE8TB0E0UGH. 

[Ha7 SO.] 
ntdml. Treaturer, Oeobob O. Bbioban. 





1172^72 96 






2,146 09 


127,700 00 


8 




6,059 25 


Estate 




109,105 00 


wnal Security, . ■ . 




30,300 00 


nut, 




4 00 
1360 80 




?176,0I9 05 


1175,019 05 



Y dliidends for the last ?mu', 61 per ci 

iDTCtted la the stock of tatj one bank, ... 99,i 



BANJC COMSnSSIONER'S REPOKT. 



WEST BOSTON SAVINGS BANK— BOSTON. 



FsA)n:.iN Hatkn, Fraidenl 








3>™™-,J*mi 


Deposits 

Profits 

Interest 

Bank Stock, . 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Real Estate, . 
on Personal Security, 
on Railroad Stock, 
to Banks, on interest, 

Accraed Interest Account, 

Expense Account, . 

Tax Aeconnt, . 

Cash on hand, . 






12,646,027 09 
1354 88 
44,566 37 












12,692,418 M 


1 



Number of Depositors 

Rate of ordlnar}' dividends fur the last year, 
No eitia diTtdendi. 

Tjagett smonnt Invested in tli« slock of any on 
Annual expenses 



William Q. Bates, 



WESTFIELD SAVINOa BANK— WESTflBLD. 

[July 11.] 



Deposits, 

Profits 

Intei-est, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Railroad Bonds, .... 
Loans on Pnblic Fnnds, . 

on Bank Stock, . 

on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, . 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Premium Aeconnt, .... 
Cosh on hand, 



Nnraber of De|iosltors 

Rate of ordinary dividends fbr the last year, 

Last dividend of reserved profile, in 1888. 

LargCBt amount invested in the stock of any one bank. 

Annual expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



WEYMOUTH SAVINGS BANK— WETMODTH, 

[August 8. 



TrtaturtT, Amos S. Whiti;. 





f754,819 85 
17,105 41 












ids, 
alEst 
reona 
Qties 

d, . 


ate 

Security, . 

Cities and Towns, . 


10,000 00 

471,655 00 

189,494 00 

1,000 00 

10,376 76 




1771,924 76 


t77 1,924 76 



iposiCori, 2,361 

ny diTldends for the lo^t year, 6 per cenL 

of reserved proflu, in 1369. 

it made once In Five years. 

It iDTCBted in the stock of any one bank, . . 939,000 OO 

les, 1,200 00 



fflNCHENDON SAYINQS BANK— WINCHENDON. 
[Jane 6.J 



Trearta-er, C. L. Bbaxi. 





J469,659 48 




a 


13,501 36 


J12,000 00 
72,800 00 








al Estate 




167,966 96 


■sonal Security, . . 




141,676 01 


inties, Cities and Towns, . 




70,039 45 


aks, on interest, . 

CCOUDt, 




4,465 89 
1,200 00 


cunnt, 

count, 




1,766 12 
6,073 12 






4,113 89 




^3,060 84 


J483,060 84 



■ Invested in the stock ol 



1,642 
6 per cent. 

Five ye*rs. 

923,800 00 
867 06 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



WIKCHESTER SAVINGS BANK— WINCHESTER 
[December 6.] 



D. N. Skillinos, Pretidtnt. 



Deposits, .... 
Profita, .... 
Loans on Real Estate, 

on Personal Security, 
Furniture Account, . 
Expense Account, . 
Cash on hand, . 



Noinber of Depositors, .... 
Bale of ordmaiy ilivldenilB for the last year. 
Extra dividends are made once ia 
Annnal expeoses, 



WOBURN FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— W0BU1 

[December IS.] 



Stephen Dow, Praident. 



Deposits 

Interest, 

Public Funds 

Bank Stock, 

Loans on Public Funds, . 
on Real Estate, 
on Personal Securi^, . 
to Counties, Cities and Towns, 

Cash on hand, 



Namber of Depoeltors, 

Rate of ordinary dividends for the lut year. 

Lull dividend of reserved profits, in 1873. 

Largest amonnt invested in the atock of any one bank, 

Annnal expenses 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 9J 

ER COUNTY INSTmrriOK FOR 8AVIKGS— WORCESTEE. 

[April 17.] 
K, Fmident. Tnraturer, C. A. Hamilton 





15,112,133 22 






a5,798 60 






136,875 08 




»iint, 






count 

3, 




♦832,300 00 
795,550 00 


Qds 




67,000 00 


jlic Funds, .... 




3O,D00 00 


nk Stock 




10,070 00 


tl Estate, .... 




2^03,.585 12 


rsonal Security, . 




241.916 00 


inties. Cities and Towns, . 




473,400 00 


sk^, on interest, . 




64,958 37 






2,864 64 






5,683 30 




{5,328,117 43 


15,328,117 43 



ipositon 15,172 

iry illvideoda for the last yeu, 6 per cent. 

of Teserred profits, In 1868. 

Bci 310,£00 00 



ilESTER FITE CENTS SAVINGS BANK— WORCESTER. 



Tnaturer, Geo 



s, 


♦1 


117.702 06 
12,007 87 


«105,000 00 
152,200 00 


Dds 






20.000 00 


blic Funds, .... 






6,426 00 


ink Stock 






10.000 00 


al Estate 






521.200 00 


rsonal Security, . 






6,600 00 


unUes, Cities and Towns, . 






274,000 00 


ount, 






24 93 
715 87 


count. 






1,739 25 


«»unt, 






7381 25 








24,923 63 




fl 


129,709 93 


fl,129,709 93 








6,172 




dendi. 








nt invested to the Block of any one 


bank, . . 


»13,B00 00 














_,_ _. 





BANK COMMISSIONER'S KEPOKT 



WOBCESTEB MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK— WORCI 
[April 15.] 
HiBBlsoK Blibs, Prttidmi. TnoMotr, I 



Deposits, 

Interest, 

Public Funds, 

Bank Stock 

Ratlrosd Bonds, .... 
Loans on Public Funds, . 

ou Bank Stock, . 

on Real Eatate, 

on Personal Security, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 
Premium Account, .... 
Expense Account, .... 
Cash on hund, 



Nttmber of Depositors 

Rate of onllonry dividends fbr the last jsar. 
No extra divldendB. 

largest amoDiit InveBted in the stock of any one bi 
Annnal expenses, 



WORCESTER NORTH SAVINGS INSTITUTION— FITCI 
[April 2S.] 



A. Whithak, Prttidtnt. 



TVacuMrer, He> 



Deposits, 

Profits 

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Railroad Bonds, .... 
Irfiana on Bank Stock, 

on Real Estate, . 

on Personal Security, . 

on Railroad Stock, 

to Counties, Cities and Towns, 

Expense Account 

Cash on band 



Nnmber of Depoeitors, .... 
Rate of onUnarj divliJendB for the last year, 
No extra dividendB. 

Largest amount Invested In the stock of any on 
Annual expenses, 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



■WORONOCO SAVINGS BANK— WESTFIELD. 

[July U.] 



Trtatunr, R. Wellkb. 





♦243,726 01 






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MPTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY— NORTHAMPTON. 

[jDly 10.] 
, PretidtrU. TVsniurer, Stephen M. Cbobbt. 



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698 80 

1,687 77 

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BANK COMMISSIONEB'S REPORT 



WORCESTER SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY— W 
[October 4.] 
Gedhob M. Rice, Praidtnl. Stcretai 



Capital Slock, . 

Surplus Fund, . 

Deposits, . 

Certificates of Deposits, 

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Profit and Loss, 

Interest, . 

Safe Rental, 

Deposit Preiuiiim, . 

Dividend Account, ■ 

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Oilj' and Town Bonds, 

Railroad Bonds, 

Bank Stock, . 

Notes Receivable, . 

Demand Loans, 

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on Real Estate, 
Real Estate, 
Expense Account, . 
Fremium Account, . 
Clearing House Deposit, 
Furniture and Fixtures, 
Cash Items, 
Due from National Trust Company, 
Cash, 



1200,000 00 

40,000 00 

895.134 30 

63,914 84 

125,302 35 

8.247 84 

215 18 

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433 00 

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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



7 ENGLAND TRUST COMPANY— BOSTON. 
[December 17.] 





Actuary, Jacob H. Lodd. 




J600,000 00 






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27,621 65 






592,991 04 
21,966 16 




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J4,039,157 32 



INVE8TUEHT8. 

ids, fl82,444 17 

314,877 68 

itflte 161,227 60 

2,443,407 79 

294,632 33 

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BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



CHAPIN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY— SPRING' 
[December 27.] 
Cheiteb W. Crafin, Pntidenl. Caihier, Ji 



140^19 69 
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1,644 08 



Capital Stock, . 
Surplus Fund, , 
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Deposits, . 

Collection Account, 

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Bills Receivable, 

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Furniture and Fixtures, . 

Tax Account, . 

Expense Account, . 

Cash, Legal Tenders, . |37,586 00 

Cbeckfl for Clearing 
House, . . 388 95 

Fractional Currency, 1,638 90 

Cash Items, . . . 5,598 09 



f 500,000 DO 
100,000 00 
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47,112 83 
461305 84 
66,955 04 
14,094 52 



Nomber of Depositors, 
LooDB to corporolionB, 
LoanB (o Individuals and fii 



John Bioeiow, Pruident. 



COLLATERAL LOAN COMPANY— BOSTON. 
[December 29.] 



Capital Stock, . 
Interest Account, 
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Reserve Account, . 
Storage Account, 
Rent Account, . 
Special Auction Sale. 
Loans with pledge of Chattels 
Loans on Public Funds, . 






f 120,400 00 
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496 00 
648 78 
430 69 
700 00 
2,982 42 




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General Interest Account, 
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Amount of Deposits, .... 

Number of Deposits during the last 
year, 

Amount of die same, .... 

Number of Deposits during the last year 
of and exceeding |300 at one time, . 

Amount of the same 

Number of withdrawals. during the last 
year 

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Number of accounts opened during the 
last year 

Number of accounts closed during the 
last year. 

Amount of surplus on hand, . 

Public Funds 

Loans on public funds, .... 

BanK Stock 

Loans on bank stock, .... 

Deposits in banks, bearing interest. 

Railroad Bonds, . . . 

Loans on raJIroad stock. 

Invested in real estate 

Loans on mortgage of real estate, 

I^ans to counties, tities and towns, 

I/oans on pergonal security, . 

Cash on hand,' 

Average rat« of ordinary dividends for 
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Aggregate amount of ordinary divi- 
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Annual Expenses of the institutions, . 


666.-i29 
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454,787 
160,458,340 21 

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1,123,214 93 
21,733,490 44 
1,672,687 89 
2,367,824 67 
6,098,435 68 
495,237 66 
2,27.V49 63 
100,406,767 16 
14,722,283 82 
35.260,366 13 
2,125,490 19 

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Blate, city and town bonds, f8,316,210.09. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 



tnts made to the Commissioner of Saviiigs Banks, 
nee with the provisions of the Acts establishing the 
ust Companies and the Collateral Loan Company 



CHAPIN BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY, 
NOTBHBBR I, 1873. 

k ♦500,000 00 

780,883 42 

depositors, 186 

les of eorporations, |200,408 92 

tea of iodividuals, 955,255 34 

OBit. . 142,543 13 

e, including cash items, 140,713 28 



RTHAMPTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, 
November 1, 1873. 

t fl00,000 00 

XiS of cbrporations, 9,955 63 

:es of iadividuals 32,240 48 

rtgages of real estate, 8,000 00 

-lington and Quincy Railroad Stock, . . 10,900 00 
2,868 94 



BANK COMMISSIONER'S REPOB 



WORCESTER SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST (X 
OCTOBEK 31, 1873. 

Capital Stock, 

Deposits, 

Number of depositors, 1,382 

United States bonds, (53,500 

Town of Holyoke bonds 60,000 

City of Bath bonds, 13,312 

Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada 

Railroad equipment bonds, . 
Central National Bank slock, New York, . (21,200 
Ninth National Bank stock. New York. . 11,255 

Loans on notes of corporations, . . . (462,916 
on notes of individuals, with collateral, €8,419 

on mortgages of real estate, . . 165,250 

Not«s payable, 

Cash on deposit, (17,534 

in office 74,624 

Dividend October 1, 1873, 4 per cent., .... 



NEW ENGLAND TRUST COMPANY, 
, 1873. 



Capital Stock 

Uoney In trust and on deposit, 

OD special deposit, without interest. 



Number of depositors, including holders of certificates, 

Rtulroad bonds, ...... (293,526 

United States bonds, 90,13S 

Railroad stock 21,34j 

I^ans on cidl, with collateral, . . (286,99; 

on mortgages of real estate In Massa- 
chusetts, 161,221 

on notes with collateral or two sure- 
ties 2,510^7) 

Cash in banks in Boston (530,ia 

in office, ....... I0e,09' 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 



ONDITION OF THE COLLATERAL LOAN COMPANY, 
October 25, 1879. 



Stock 


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daccoant, 


638 00 




1 SCCOUDt, 


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fits (estimated), .... 


9,877 13 




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6,99o 70 


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(139,972 34 


9139,373 34 



L Profit and Lobs Account. 

Jnly I. Balance of losses, (17,286 08 

Tnlj I. Amount of losses, 1,233 69 

(18,519 67 
I surplus unclaimed 657 73 

Dce of loss (17,861 94 



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140,713 00 
184.739 77 
203.348 56 
219,257 03 
254,225 79 
297J527 60 
339,271 67 
376,734 09 
429,080 09 
469,681 80 
547,618 83 


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93 U 


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214 52 
206 62 
213 76 
230 73 
247 55 
259 67 
277 71 
291 52 
293 21 
303 49 


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5.67S.775 76 
2.621,121 78' 
7,796,28] 79 
12,699.319 40 
14,406,752 83 
17,280,680 10 
23,626,080 90 
27,958,980 00 
21,098,236 38 
17,398,029 78 


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19,397 
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26.365 
31,740 
34,501 
48,675 
67,028 
72,404 
69,045 
35,983 


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291,616 

291,488 
316363 
348,593 
383,094 
431,769 
488.797 
561,201 
630.246 
666.229 


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1862 
1863 
1864 

1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 



Indrx to the Annual Retuens 
[locations.] 











P.W. 




Abington 164 




Adonu, 








150 


Gloucesler, 


Amesbory, . 








108 


Grafton, . 


Amherat, . 








140 


Great Barrington 


Andover, . 








108 




Arlington, . 








118 


Groveland, 


AshbHrnham, 








130 


Haverhill, . . 


Athol, 








130 


Harwich, . . 


Attlelroroogli, 








158 


Haydenville, . 


Barnstable, 








1B8 


Hingham, . 


Baire, 








130 


Hi.Uiston, . 


Beverly, . 








108 


Holyoke, . 


Boston, . 








08-108 


llopkinton. 


Bmintree, . 








152 


Hudson, . 










164 


Hyannis, . 


Brighton, . 








118 


Hyde Park, 


Brookfleld, 








132 


I|«wich, . . 


Brookline, . 








154 


Lancaster, . 


Cambridge, 








i&-iao 


Lawrence, . 


Canton, . 








154 


Lee, . . . 


Charlestwwn, 








120 


Leie(«teT, . 


Chelsea, . 








108 


Leominster, 


Chicopee, . 








144 


Lexington, 


Clinton, . 








132 


Lowell, 


Coba«eet, . 








154 


Lynn, . . 


Concord, . 








120 


Maiden, . 


Danveni, . 








110 




Dedhiun, . 








154 


Marlborongh, . 


East Abington, 








164 


Medford, . 


East Bridgewat- 


r, 






164 


Medway, . 


Easthampton, 








140 


Miildleborough, 


Edgartown, 








170 


Milibrd, . 


Fairhaven, 








160 


Millbiiry, . 


Fall River, 








160 


Monson, . 










132 


Nantucket, 


Foxborough, 








154 


Natick, 


Framingbara, 








120 


New Bedford, 


Franklin, . 








156 


Newbury port, . 


Gardner, . 








132 


Newton, . 



Springfleld, 

Stockbridge, 

StoDehain, • 

Taimton, . 

Templeton, 

Turnert Falla, 

Oxbridge, 

Wakefield, 

Walea, 

Walthwn, 

Ware, 

Wareham, 

Watertown, 

Webster, 

Wellfleat, 

WeBtborongh, 

Westfleld, . 

West RosboTiri 

Weat Stockbridge, 

Weymonth, 

Winch endon, 

Wincheet«r, 

Wobam, . 



C DOCUMENT.. 



NINETEENTH 

A2SnsrU"AL REPORT 

URANCE Commissioner 

oraraontDtalf^ of ^assat^usrffs, 

Jauuakt 1, 1874. 



Part I. 
Fire and Marine Insurance. 



BOSTON: 
itlCiHT & POTTER, STATE FRIKTEBS, 

70 UlLK StBIET (CORNEB Or FEDEttU.). 

1874. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



COUUISSI ONERS 



E Year 18TS, . 



•f Ciplul and Amti, Ii 

Itln wid OutiUndlnK, li 

Recelpu^ Louei, «(c. .,. K 

i^imluUon of llieBu4lneu, z 

of Inteimediuy AgSDCla Z 

9 uidCommlHioiiB, li 

wltonoflheBmlaeuoflniiirBnee, lU-iUI 

donandlUllDgorRlika, illl 

m RXCEIVEBSBIFS, liv-Xll 

UoHtLlcd, XlV-IVlt 

yra — LjHiTATiaR of Riikb— Tabitt Rates ili-ii 

GEKCiEa or Fire Ihbubaiice, ul-iili 

for RedBdPB Iti Coil, i^ 

of Haurds, IXU 

m Onr.Iiuiiniiix, iilll 

oHu of luDTince Iltr 

or Increnw of CuplUI ,. nlT-IIvIl 

lof UncxplndRliks— B[wcl>lR«T«n*a.«lc. iivll-iili 

I OF BCHEDDLE RATIHa IN LAHOE CITIEB, Illl-IIli 

•BE PEBFECT AHD COMFHEHENSCTE IHKUIlAIICm Btatibtici, • Ull-IIIV 

ga oftbcNaUonBlBoBTdofFlnUndsrwrJIen, mill 



T-ABLXATIOHI, 

rrs UUTDALPIHE INIURAKCE COIIFAIIIEB I. 

w, AHeu,LlablUt<«>i]deurpldt 

QAfl Cach iDoomB and BipoEidltunB, Pr«niamB» LoBaea and EX' 

rra HniiAt. Uabihe akd Pibe-Uabike Insurance Coup ak us, 

aaruue Fund, Scrip, Rl>ki, AsvHa, LlabiliUci and 8nrp]u<. . 
ruaa Cub Ini-Jiina and EiptadltureB, Premluma, Lobbh and Ei- 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



llAMACRUSETTI JOdT-BTOCE iRmiKAHCE COKrAims, .... 

TiblaV—CubCqiltii], Itl4k*,AHeU,Lliiblllll<!iuidSiirpliu, . 
Table VI.— Rlilu WrlKen, Pmnlnmi RKcived and Lows P^d, . 
Tmble VII.— Gro« Cub iBsome ud Eipendltsna, SipatuM Mid Dtvldendl, 

INRURANCE COHFAHIU OF OTHEH BTATE*, 

Table VUL— Caah Capital, RUka, Amu. Llabllltleg mid Burpliu. . 

Table IX KlikiWrltlen, FremluDU EUcelTed and LoaMB Paid, . 

Table X.~<]lrou Caah Income and ETpendllnrcs, Eipeuaei asd Ditldendi, . 

FoazioH Fire IiiausAHCE CoMrxnixK 

Table XI.-CaahCapllal,El■k^AaH(a.IJablUUe■ mid Sarpliu, . . 

Table Xn.— Riika Wriiun, Fremloma Received and Loaaei Paid, . 

Table XIII.— QroH Cub lacoms ud Eipeadltnre*. Bipeuea and DMdnkd^ 

Table XIV.— American Brucbea of Foretgn Companies, 

BrHOPRi* or Pucediko Statistical Table*, 

Table XV.-Ouaraotee Capllal, Bliki, Aaaeu, UablllUea ud Bnrptoa, . 
Becelpta and Expandlmrej of the Inauranc* DepanmeaL, . . . , . 

ABSTBACr AUD DETAII.ED BTATEMSNT. 

UBHacbnutta Untua] Fire CompallFa, 

Uaaaachuietta Untual llarjna and Flr&JIarlne Compute*, .... 
UaHschuicUa Jolat-SIockFln,UarlneEndFlrclIar1aECompaiile«, . ., . 
Fire, Marine ud Flre-Uarlne Inmranoe Cetnpanlee of otber SUto. 

Bleara-Boller ud PlaU.maei Ininranoe Oompulec, 

FordgD Firs Companlea ud their Ameileu Biaocbcc, 

Uiraf Ageata of Inaurance Compuln or otber Btalea and Foi 
withamountorBtulDeudone aad Tax paid b7 each, . 

Iniuruce Broken Aulhoriied, 

Ihdzz to Oompakibi, 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL EEPOET 

OF THE 

URANGE COMMISSIONER. 



f AST I. 

FIKE AND MARINE INSURAKCE. 



Honorable the Senate and Houae of Mepresentatives. 

bruary, the Legislature received from this Departs 
Summarized Report showing the condition of all 
« Companiea authorized to transact a fire or marine 
■a this Commonwealth. The present Report, being 
St of the Nineteenth Annual Report from this Depart- 
lating to Fire and Marine Insurance, exhibits in detail 
cial aSdirs of the same Companies, as rendered for 
ending December 31, 1873. 

"eceding the Detailed Statements of these affairs will 
i a review of the year's experiences, with papers 
to the consideration of a few of "the more important 
Bsing topics which have been suggested thereby, 
ig the latter is a series of tabulations exhibiting in 
ensire form a variety of data, essential to a full and 
it understanding of the progress and present oondi- 
he business. In these Statistical Tables, fifteen in 
every underwriter, at least, will find instructive in- 
n and su^estive results. In view of the insurance 
)f the last three years, so exceptional and startling in 
cter, these all possess more than usual interest. To 
red and the insuring, their lessons are both pertinent 
;nant. 



REPORT OF THE 



Statistical Tabulations. 
The tabulatci] statistics, or Bummary, exhibiti 
oess affairs aud condition of the Compauies wri: 
mariuc riaks id Massachusetts, and" covering 
pages, will be found in connection with and 1 
text of the present Report. These are embracei 
tff Tables, Nos. I. to XV., showing tbe Cap 
' Liabilities aud Surplus, Income and Expcuditui 
Receipts and Losses, Risks written and outstand 
with numerous other items of statistical interest 
connection with the business transacted by eai 
and as aggregated for the jear. The infonnatioi 
Tables cummunicate is so conveniently arranged 1 
that any special recapitulation here is uunecessai 

Companies Admitted and AVithdraa 
The number of lusunince Compauies autbori 
fire and marine risks in Massachusetts at the 
last Annual Report, was one hundred and 
Twenty more have since been admitted, and 
the field. As the net result, two hundred a 
Companies are authorized in the State upon th 
of this Report, and their local classlBcation is as 
Massachusetts, 87 ; New York, 48 ; Penns 
Connecticut, 9; Rhode Island, 7; New Jersey, 
4 ; Ohio, 3 ; Illinois, 3 ; Wisconsin, 2 ; Tennessc 
New Hampshire, Indiana, Minnesota, Kentucky 
nia, one each; foreign countries, 12. 

One hundred and sixty-two of these do a fire 
ft fire and marine; and fourteen, a marine busiii 
hundred and thirty-three of the whole number a 
sixty-eight are Mutual Companies. Besides thes 
repi-esetitcd in the present Report, are also auth 
State : tlie Hartford Steam-Boiler Inspection a 
Company, for many years familiar to Massacbus 
and the United Stiites Plate-Glass Insurance 
Philadelphia, the first and only Company of its 
ized in tbe State, though a competitor, tbe 
Plate-Glass Insurance Company, of Now York, 
to share in that branch of Massachusetts businc: 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 



Companies Admitted. 
blloi^ng are the Companiea admitted since the last 



AUE or COHPAKT. 



nns MutunI Ins. Assnc'n, 

and Marine, . 

Fire, 



Issnranoe, 

ind Pacific, 

.d, . 

e-Glass Insurance Co., 

Fire, 



German, 



f the Stale of Pennsjra, 
I (Mutual), . 



Nashville, Tenn,, 
Indianapolis, Ind., 
Memphis, Tenn., 
Toronto, Canada, 
Chicago, III., . 
Chicago, 111., . 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 
Boston, , 
New York, N. Y., 
New York, N. Y., 
Rochester, N. Y , 
New York, N. Y., 
St. Louis, Mo., . 
Newark, N. J., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 
Newark, N. J., 



July 26.1 
Aug. iS, 
Sept. 17, 



Companies Withdrawn. 
ollowing Companies have ceased business in Massa- 
, either voluntarily or under revocation of author- 



„KO,».„»r. 


.«.». 


Ditto of Wlttadniid. 


f the SUte of Pchnsjl'a,' 

tans Mutual Ins. Assoc'n,' 
«' Marine,* 

nV' '.'.'.'. 

utoal,' . ! . . 
&* 


Philadelphia, Pa., . 
Macon, Mo., . 
New Orleans, La., . 
Bangor, Me., . 
New York, N. Y., . 
New York, N. Y., . 
Bangor, Me., . 

Salem, . 
Lawrence, 


June 4, 1873. 

Nov. 11, " 
24, " 
26, " 

Jan. 1, 1874. 



irily wUhdniwn. 



■I uw of inx. 

» Aotbgrily re*ok«d- 
if Inmffldeiic; of aipiUI. tha tiw or 1873 nqaWnt t3(IO,D(n. 



lo tho« niuned, ths ( 



Vlll 



REPORT OF THE 



Business Retbew op the Year 1873. 

The record of insurance for the past year, as gathered from 
the returns of Companies doing business in Massachusetts, 
does not indicate any marked degree of prosperity. It does 
exhibit, however, a healthy reaction in some departments of 
the business, with many points of encouragement touching the 
future. Among the latter may be mentioned the successful 
efforts which are being made by its active managers, to 
reduce to practice the lessons drawn from the experiences of 
past years, and thus place the insurance interest of the coun- 
try upon a sounder basis. In these efforts they have been 
ably seconded by the Legislature and municipal governments 
of this Commonwealth, as well as of other States, in carry- 
ing into effect much needed local reforms and building im- 
provements, by increasing the efficiency of their fire depart- 
ments, and in various other ways diminishing the physical 
and moral hazards of conflagration. 

Though the summing up of insurance statistics for the 
year 1873, exhibits a considerable diminution in the volume 
of business as compared with that of the two years immedi- 
ately preceding, there is a decided improvement in the pecu- 
niary results of that business. While fires and marine dis- 
asters have been of frequent occurrence, there have been no 
sweeping conflagrations, like those of Chicago and Boston, 
nor any great mortality of Companies or serious impairment 
of insurance capital, such as characterized the record of those 
memorable disasters. The amount of such capital represented 
in Massachusetts has been considerably increased during ite 
year, while the ratio of losses to premium receipts, as well 
as to risks written, has been materially reduced. 

The falling off in business, however, is more apparent than 
real, it being in large measure due to the immense amount of 
re-insurance necessarily effected after the great fires of 1871- 
*72, on unburned risks covered by lapsed policies, and which 
helped to swell the returns of surviving Companies during 
those years, thus making the business of 1873 appear small 
in comparison. The unavoidable delay in rebuildiug A"^ 
burned districts of Boston and Chicago, has also contribute*] 
to the same result ; and, possibly, the enhanced cost of pi>Vi- 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. ix 

, in some cases, have induced owners to dispense 
tectton, or to insure their own property, 
tficiency referred to is most conspicuous in the returns 
laiea chartered in other States and countries. These 
lerally diminished their risks and losses, while in- 
their premium receipts. The late disastrous experi- 
foreigu Companies doing business in this country, 
riy, has induced them to exercise the greatest cau- 
riting American risks, and leading in some cases to 
laive cancellation of policies. But tiie business of 
jsetts Companies for 1873 exhibits an apparent in- 
lue not only to their general recuperation and recov- 
ocal patronage, but also to the fact that a large 
if business transacted by the failed Companies does 
ar in the returns of 1872. But irrespective of the 
'cumstance, the manifest growth of local business is 
I gratifying, in view of the fact that the operations of 

the newly organized Home Companies cover but a 
jf the year under review. 

be seen by reference to the tabulated statistics con- 
I this volume, that the paid-up insurance capital rep- 

in this State, December 31, 1873, by one hundred 
iiity-aeven Companies, amounted to $52,197,870, 
H8,352,083 at the close of 1872. To the former 
' be added $1,440,000 more from seven of the Com- 
dmitted to the State since January 1, 1874, thus in- 
the paid-up capital now represented to $53,637,870. 
ease of $5,285,287 ia largely due to the admission of 
ea from abroad, only about a million having been 
/ Home Companies. 

^gregate net assets held by all these Companies foot 
81,245, against $73,782,628 at the close of 1872. 
7 the year they have written more than six thousand 
Ired and fifty millions of fire and marine insurance, 
t nearly six thousand millions outstanding at its close. 
e aggregates include with the busineas of the Ameri- 
panies only that done in 1873 by the United States 
I of the Foreign Companies. The customary full 
or 1873, not yet received' from the home offices of 
r, would prolMbly add nearly two thousand millions 



X REPORT OF THE 

more to each aggregate. But even this would show a decrease 
of several thousand millions, as compared with the business 
of 1872. 

The aggregate amount of cash premiums received on risks 
written by these Companies (including their foreign busi- 
ness), foots up $84,017,278, against $89,302,605 for 1872- 
a decrease of $5,285,327. 

Their paid losses amount to $61,524,120, against $79,028,- 
027 for 1872— a decrease of $17,503,907. Hence, the ratio 
of their paid losses to premium receipts for 1873, is 73.23 
(or 66.24, if we confine the computation to American busi- 
ness alone), against 88.5 for 1872 — ^not counting the mpaid 
losses of failed Companies then in process of liquidation. 
This ratio for 1873 would be still further reduced by exclud- 
ing all losses incurred in 1872. But the returns are, in many 
instances, so necessarily complicated with the business trans- 
actions and results of the previous year, that the losses paid 
appear to be considerably in excess of those actually incurred. 
This is especially true in the case of the Home Mutuals and 
the outside agencies doing business in Massachusetts at the 
time of the Boston fire. 

As now organized the business of insurance is, in a pecu- 
liar degree, a business which must be prosecuted through 
intermediary channels or agencies. This, in the very nature 
of the case, seems to be an inevitable condition ; unless, 
indeed, a Company is content to limit its operations to its 
own imipediate locality, and be satisfied with such patron- 
age as may voluntarily offer itself. But in the present strife 
for business, very few Companies, we opine, would willingly 
accept the latter situation; for, although the race is not 
always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, they would 
hardly care to ignore the existing regime so far as to incur 
the risk of almost certain discomfiture and defeat. Yet, 
indispensable as auxiliary co5peration appears to be, the syi^- 
tem as at present existing is believed to be in many respects 
open to serious criticism. 

If any doubt exists as to the correctness of this view. & 
reference to the statistics of the year will compel the conclu- 
sion that the business is prosecuted at too great an expense, 



DfSURAKCE COMMISSIOKEK. sd 

the underwriter and the property-owner, and that 
iconomy io ite methoda and agencies is one of the 

demaodB of the time. It is urged that unless 
g can be done to check the tendeooy to eztraragauce 
rfluoue expenditure in this particular direction, tlie 
f ultimately come when the protection afforded by 
1 will become a luxury too coatly for the majority of 
■owners to indulge in. 

port of this Tiew, it would seem only necessary to 
w notable illustrations. The Massachusetts Joiot- 
>mpanies expended, last year, upwards of (287,000 
ingle item of " brokerage and commissions oa pre- 
Tbis ia almost nine per cent, of their entire pre- 
«ipts, nearly three times the whole amotmt of their 
I to stockholders, and more than the sum of all sala- 
to their officers and employes, combined with that 
Btate and local taxes. Turning to the statements of 
ick Companies from other States, we find the same 
1873 amounts to very nearly seven millions of dol- 
;h is twelve and a half per cent, of their premium 
nearly three times the amount of their dividends, 
ind-a-balf times the sum of their official salaries and 
i'his important item of expense figures still more 
' and disproportionately in the returns of Foreign 
iS, leaving them in the abrogate but a very meagre 
r net income from their current business. 

these figures appear large in their aggregated rela- 
e are many Companies whose ratios of brokerage 
nission are commendably small. Moreover, it cannot 
1 that some of the largest and most successful Insur- 
npanies in this and other countries have acquired 
irth and usefulness under this very system of opera- 
te their patrons have been served at fair and reason- 
s. Kor are these wholly exceptional cases, since 
mpanies and their intermediary correspondents ore 
ug with mutual purpose in the interest of genuine 

Yet there exist extravagances which demand effect- 
ction, and in view of this condition of things it can 
! wondered that insurance stockholders complain of 
urns, and policy-buyers of high rates. The present 



xii REPORT OF THE 

system, fostered in its continued growth and usurpation by 
an unhealthy competition, will not be likely to reduce the 
cost nor extend the benefits of actual protection. Without 
modification or reform, it may even overshadow and destroy 
the interest from which it draws its own sustenance. 

These suggestions have been prompted by no hypercritical 
spirit, nor are they ventured in any interest other than that 
of equity and prosperity. The important subject which they 
cover is beset with many difficulties and embarrassments, m 
which both Companies and their representatives are mutually 
involved. How or in what way a more economical sy^^tem 
can be inaugurated with advantage to the former and justice 
to the latter, is a matter requiring mature and wise consider- 
ation. Experienced and cautious underwriters have suggest- 
ed various methods, looking among others to a combinatioD 
of representative agencies, particularly in the larger centres 
of business and population, to be compensated by salaries 
liberally graduated as business and locality may warnnit. 
Other plans are also suggested ; but whether, amid the strifes 
and jealousies of competition, any improvement is possi))le, 
is a question which mutual interest and co5peration can best 
solve. 

Of course, the fipe insurance business of Massachusetts, 
during the past year, has continued to an unusual extent in 
the hands of outside Companies, owing to obvious causes 
which, for awhile, gave them almost a monopoly of the fivU. 
These were the unprecedented lapse of policies after the great 
fire of 1872, necessitating an immediate re-insurance of the 
unbumed risks covered by them, combined with the tempora- 
rily disorganized and prostrate condition of our home insur- 
ance business. Unjust prejudice and lack of public conti- 
dence growing out of this untoward event, also, helinnl to 
alienate patronage from surviving Home Companies, and tura 
it over to the agencies representing those of other States ai.J 
countries. Consequently the latter have not only incTeaJol 
their premium receipts, but have also diminished their ratio 
of losses, as compared with those of the previous year. 

But the adverse circumstances which, in this resptxt. 
inured so largely to the advantage of Companies from abro 



:lJ, 



INSUEANCE COMMISSIONER. xiU 

their ouirent receipts to an unusual volume, were 
>ut a compensating influence as regards the suflerera. 
'ed the way for long needed refomis, which must be 
; benefit to our home insurance interest, and aid its 
it re-establishment in public confidence and favor, 
has that interest been re^i^nized upon a broader 
iger basis, and resumed business under more &Tora- 
ees, but its managers have inaugurated a system of 
tion and rating of risks, which, by discriminating in 
the careful builder, may enable him to reduce the cost 
isurance to a minimum lower than the average of 
rates. It is claimed by its originators that this sys- 
makfl a more equitable distribution of the burdens 
ince, so that the good risks will no longer be corn- 
carry the bad, and that, by diminishing the hazards 
gration, it gives promise of good results in reducing 
age cost of policies. Without arguing this point, 
, it is evident that in moulding the plans and details 
it building operations, particularly in the burnt dis- 
Boston, it has proved a powerful auxiliary to the 
law enacted by the Legislature of 1872, in remedy- 
its in its provisions, and supplying safeguards which 
i. 

ihstanding the sharp competition which must always 
ween local and remote Companies, the results of the 
as developed in the renewal of old policies, and the 
on of new risks daily coming into market to be 
show a very fair distribution of insurance patronage, 
-oper limitations as to amount and locality of risks, 
knowledge of those intrusted with its management, 
urance is rapidly regaining any loss it may have sus- 
1 prestige and success by the great disaster of 1872 ; 
returning confidence and an enlarged base of opera- 
rill ere long fully resume its wonted sphere of usc> 
> the community. It cannot fall to do this, and even 
its representatives shall truly and honestly labor to 
he actual cost, rather than to enhance the price of 
!, and shall in all other respects faithfully adhere to 
irvative line of policy indicated by the lessons of our 
lan conflagrations. 



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The Massachusetts Regeiyershifs. 

The affairs of thirty Massachusetts Insurance Companies, 
twenty-four Stock and six Mutual, have been in process of 
settlement, during the past year, under the direction of Be- 
ceiverships appointed by the State courts. Twenty-six of 
these Companies were rendered insolvent by the Boston fire 
of 1872, and two by the Chicago fire of 1871. The remain- 
ing two, the Shawmut and the Monitor, failed for lack of 
financial and business vitality, years before ; the affairs of the 
latter, under a Receivership of three years, being now ne^^rlj 
adjusted, and those of the former, under a Receivership of 
fourteen years, having at last reached a final account. One 
other Company, the Independent, of Boston, which suc- 
cumbed under the Chicago calamity, went into the hands of 
assignees under the bankrupt law of the United States. 

The Receivers of fourteen of the twenty-six Companies 
crushed by the Boston fire have rendered their final accounts, 
averaging about a year each in the discharge of their service. 
Those of the remaining twelve are fast closing their labors. 
Reference to the statistics which we append indicates faithful 
and judicious management in the conversion and application 
of assets, and we doubt if any better results have ever 
attended insurance settlements under such auspices. 

Accounts Unsettled. 

From the retiuns of Receivers who have not rendered their 
final accoimts we select, as follows, some of the more impor- 
tant items. In most or all of these cases the percentage of 
dividends already paid, will be increased in the closing 
result. 

The following Stock Companies were rendered insolrent 
by the Boston fire : — 

Boylston Fire and Marine Insurance Company^ Boston, 

Amount realized from Assets to February 1, 1874, . . f869,041 
" of claims for losses allowed, . 

return premiums (fire), . 
" ** (marine), 

" all other claims allowed, . 
Percentage of dividend paid to date, . 
Cash on hand February 1, 1874, .... 
Assets *' ** " " estimated, . 

Alabama claims, about 1 100,000. 



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Franklin Inauranee Company, Boston. 

realized from Assets as far as disposed of, . |196,I65 19 

>f claEms for losses allowed, , . . . . 2,0Sl,62S 18 

" " ** return premiums allowed, . . 130,437 84 

^ of dividend paid on losses 20 per cent. 

Manufacturers' Insurance Company, Boston. 

realised from Assets |1,507,18S 67 

>f claims for losses allowed 1,685^61 92 

" " >' retnm premiums allowed, . . 134,640 31 

" other claims allowed, 914 59 

re of dividend paid, 70 per cent. 

land April 1, 1871, (148,350 44 



Merehanls' Insurance Company, BosUm. 
realized from Assets as far as disposed of, 
>f claims for losses allowed, . 
* " " return premiums allowed, 
' all other claims allowed, 
re of dividend paid on losses, 



1801,694 99 

2,613,586 31 

60,143 47 

2,427 89 

30 per cent. 



National Insurance Company, Boston. 
«alized &om Assets, not incladiu^ premiom notes 

ing to (60,70811, of uncertiun value, . . (560,694 63 

pf claims for losses allowed, 1,310,924 44 

' " " retora premiums allowed, . 176,635 89 

^ of dividend pud, 38 per cent, 



Neptune Insurattce Company, Boston. 
realized from Assets, .... 
)f claims for tosses allowed, . 

* " " retnm premiums allowed, 

* other claims allowed, 
re of dividend paid on 1 



retom premimns (final). 



(782,430 98 
2,136,654 24 
65,483 01 
1,995 00 
33 per cent 
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PreseoU Fire and Marine Insurance Con^any, Boston. 

lealized fiwm Assets (441,461 53 

>f claims for losses allowed, 646,435 49 

■• " " return premiums allowed, . . 46,419 65 

re of dividend pud on losses 45 per cent. 

" " " return premioma (flnAl), . 50 " 



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Washington Insurance Company, Boston. 

Amount renlized from Assets, 

" of claims for losses allowed (fire), 

" " " " " " (marine), . 

" " " " return premiums allowed (fire), 

" " all other claims allowed, .... 

Percentage of dividend paid, 

Assets on liand. Dot including Alabama claims (estimated 

The following Mutual Companies were rende 
hy the Boston fire : — 

Soot and Shoe Manufacturers^ Mutual Fire Insurano 
Amount rco^lized from Cash Assets, 

" of deposit notes, 

" of assessment upon contingent liability, 

" collected from notes and assessments, . 

" of claims for losses allowed, , 
Percentage of dividend ptud thereon, . 
A further dividend of 10 per cent, will probably bo ma 

Mechanics^ Mutual Fire Irtsurance Company, £ 

Amount re^dized from Cash Assets (not including notes). 

" of deposit notes with interest thereon, t44~2,288 ! 

" rciilized thereon to dale (April 1, 1874), 

" of iissess'nt upon contingent liability, (492,712 I 

'* realized thereon to date, 

" of claims for losses allowed, .... 

Percentage of dividend paid, 

A furtlicr dividend In full is about to be paid. 

Mnssachuattii Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Amount realized from Cash Assets, .... 
■ " of iissess'nt upon contingent llablli^, |87I,5o6 

" realized thereon, 

" of cliiiras for losses allowed, .... 
Percentage of dividend paid, 

Union Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Boi 
Amount realized from Cash Assets, .... 
" of deposit notes including int. thereon, (187,788 

" realized thereon, 

" of assessment on contingent liability, (469,704 
" realized thereon, including interest, 
" of fliiims for losses allowed, .... 
Percentagu of dividend paid to date, .... 



EJSUEANCE COMMISSIONER. xvii 

bllowing Companies were rendered insolvent by the 



Bide and Leather Inttiranoe Company, Boston. 
realized from Assets to April 9, 1874, . 
of claims for losses allowed, . 
" " " return premiums allowed, 
" all other claims allowed, . 
ge of dividend paid to date, , ■ 



(396,665 73 ' 

740.242 70 

76,909 04 

5,884 33 

45 per cent 



'ew England Mutual Marine Insurance Company, Boston. 
realized tVom Assets to April 1, 1874, . . . $870,938 67 

of claims allowed, 1,076,213 98 

ge of dividend paid, 76 per cent. 

ler dividend of two to five per cent, probable. 

:wo following Companies were in the hands of Receiv- 
r to the Chicago fire : — 

Monitor Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Boston. 

realized from Cash Assets, (1,041 23 

of deposit notes, 17,876 36 

collected thereon to March 80, 1874, . , . 11,828 32 

of claims for losses allowed, 6,261 42 

■' other claims, including return prem'a, allowed, 10,304 03 

ge of dividend paid, 60 per cent. 

ler dividend of aboat 30 per cent will aoon be made. 

Bhaurmul Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Boston. 
nal account of the Keceiver in this case shows the following 

of Assets received (2,739 70 

realized therefrom, ,...,,. 73 73 

assessed on policj-holdera, 37,000 00 

received therefrom, 14,000 00 

of claims for losses allowed, ..... 13392 41 

ge of dividend paid, 53} per cent 

Final Accounts. 
Beceivers of the fourteen Companies named in the 
)£ tabulation have rendered their final accounts, and 
lirs of each are thus closed. The results will be 
I with interest. 



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ne cases the Receivers, in their original returns to the 
reported the assets coming into their hands at par 
ind in others at market value. Consequently the 
d amounta realized in the conversion of assets into 
xhibit wide differences of ratio. The aggregate 

thus realized Tras nearly (600,000 in excess of that 
orted, the excess accruing partly from the difference 
1 par and market values, and partly from the judicious 
. of mortgages and other securities of a miscellaneous 
iv. The nototious shrinkage of assets in so many 

cases of insolvency, renders the contrast especially 

U be seen that of the total claims for losses, return 
ns, etc., allowed, amounting to $15,646,158, with 
mounting to |7,410,549, an average dividend of 44.35 
t. has been paid, the percentage by Companies rang- 
m 26.70 to 89.70, the latter paid by the Bay State, 
rcester. Next come the People's, of Worcester, 
the North American, of Boston, 64.70 j the City, 

Boston, 57.50, and others with smaller amounts, 
apensation of the Receivers of these fourteen Com- 
averages less than two per cent, on the aggregate 

of assets ; while the average ratio of expenses in- 
in the settlement is but a fraction over one per cent., 
.bined ratio of compensation and expenses being less 
ree per cent. There certainly can be no reason to 
n that the work has not been cheaply performed. 

has been faithfully and honorably done, is equally 



DiSTEiCTB — ^LiMrrAirON of Risks — Tariff Rates. 
provisions of the general law of 1872, limiting the 

of risk which Companies may carry within given dis- 
ave scarcely been in operation long enough to develop 
«tical results which they were designed to secure, 
oitation, it will be remembered, restricts the risks 
;ertain lines to the net assets of the Company holding 
e, its application being intended for the protection of 
lured and assuraut, particularly in large and closely 
centres of population and business. The burned dis- 



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XX REPORT OF THE 

tricts of Boston, in which, before the great fire of 1872, the 
observance of such a law might have yielded beneficial results, 
have not yet been so far rebuilt and reoccupied as to test its 
practical working. In other words, no embarrassment has 
arisen from lack of ability to cover all property requiring 
protection, the net assets of Companies authorized to write 
risks in these districts having had ample margin for that pur- 
pose. Yet other considerations have interposed much diffi- 
culty in obtaining needed insurance — among them the large 
reduction of lines by most of the Companies represented in 
the State, and also the unwillingness of property owners to 
accede to established rates. 

But how far and how rigidly tariff rates are to be enforced 
is just now a matter of great doubt, especially in view of the 
notorious fact that numerous underwriters solemnly pledged 
to their maintenance are, sub rosa^ accepting risks at very 
much lower prices. Unless the National Board and its local 
auxiliaries are able to sustain the difficult position which they 
have assumed in this behalf, and thus control competition and 
compel acquiescence, it can hardly be expected that any 
schedule of rates will be exempt from demoralization. 

Only ten of the municipalities of the Commonwealth — 
seven cities and three towns — ^have complied with the law 
requiring an apportionment of their territory into fire dis- 
tricts. This Department has therefore considered all others 
as embracing each one district, and Companies haye made 
their returns accordingly. A statement of the amount at 
risk in each district, December 31, 1873, has been required, 
and every Company has rendered prompt and cheerful com- 
pliance, not only with this but with all other requirements 
which the laws have rendered necessary. It appears from 
the returns thns made, that in no city or town district is an 
authorized Company carrying risks in excess of its net assets. 
In every case some margin remains, and in most instances, 
particularly outside of Boston, there are large margins for 
additional risks. Even within the Boston districts, if dis- 
posed to use their ability under the law, many Companies 
could add very largely to their present lines. 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. xxi 

IE Pbesent Esioencies of Fire Insurance. 

Ifecessity of Reducing its Gout. 
y, the political economiBt ia brought face to face with 
Bjkable fact, that while the business of fire under- 

in this country, is bai-ely remunerative, and fails to 
[le requisite amount of capital needed to give health 
dity to its rapid growth, the protection which it 
he property-owner is only obtainable at a cost which, 
le least, is burdensome, and, in many cases, a serious 
to industrial and commercial enterprise. This is not 

since tlie cost of the insurance is an element which 
ito the price paid by consumers of all commodities. 
I be seen by reference to the tabulated returns con- 
L this Report, that only ope or two of the Stock Com- 
)rganized under the general law of Massachusetts 
173, ch. 375] have as yet been able to earn a div- 
Ithough their aflairs have been well and prudently 
I, and no greflt disaster has overtaken them. And 
i is a feeling in the community — particularly in that 
)f it which will not take pains to trace the connection 
cause and effect — that the premium rates now 

on ordinary city risks are exorbitant, and likely to 
serious drawback to the growth and prosperity of the 
isinesB interests of the Commonwealth. Precisely 

this feeling is warranted by actual experiences, is 
purpose of this discussion to consider. But one 
ust be admitted, viz. : that, however unavoidable 
Y be, — if indeed they are, — these high rates operate 
ducement for many to leave their property wholly 
!ted, or to buy cheap policies offered by irresponsible 

and representing very questionable security. 
■ a normal condition of things, including proper aafe- 
gainst fire, such as exists even in compactly built and 
populated Europe, the beuefits of insurance are widely 
and phtced within the reach of all, at moderate cost, 
ihould be. But in this country, the protection afforded 

policy, although no less a necessary adjunct of our 
Ion and national development, threatens to become a 
>btainable only by the few. Here is aa evil to be 



xxii . REPORT OF THE 

remedied, and a problem to be solved. How shall we address 
ourselves to the task? for it is one that must be undertaken, 
and not evaded. 

In the first place, we may assume, as a general proposition, 
that the average rates of fire underwriting have been advanced 
to a maximum range, which it will neither be safe nor neces- 
sary to exceed ; and that, in the future, underwriters must 
look for their profits, not so much to the high prices asked for 
their policies, as to a reduction of their actual cost. To tins 
end, it is but just to say that they have already inaugurated 
important measures of economy and reform, whose salut^iry 
influence must soon be felt ; but others, equally important, 
remain to be taken in the same direction. In every effort to 
reduce the cost of insurance, and thus relieve the business 
community of a portion of its heavy burdens, the Companies 
are' entitled to the sympathy and active co5peration both of 
their patrons and the law-making power. 

Reduction of Hazards. 

The great point to be gained is, of course, a diminution of 
the physical and moral hazards of conflagration, which have 
hitherto exhibited such constant and fearful increase. Tliis 
question opens a wide field of reform, full of time-honored 
abuses, which need to be dealt with by a vigorous and resolute 
hand. The building law of Boston, good as far as it goes, 
needs to be perfected and strengthened in its details, and also 
supplemented by a general statute of similar character, 
applicable to all other cities and towns of the Commonwealth. 
A more thorough system of building inspection is needed, as 
well as a detective force with legal authority to enter everv 
building containing insured property, for the purpose of 
ascertaining its exposure, if any, to special hazard, aiul 
whether the conditions of the policy covering it are faithfully 
observed. 

It is admitted that, in the revision of their tariffs, under- 
writers have felt compelled to levy discriminating rates upon 
extra hazardous risks, in order to secure much needed build- 
ing improvements, and thus enhance the public safety. Suci 
a purpose, j?er 56, should and will be upheld, in spite of the 
clamor of interested parties. But conmion justice to those 



INSURANCE COIDHSSIONER. xxiii 

pirited capitalista who erect fire-proof buildings, de- 
;bat they should not be grievously taxed for the char- 
' their surroundings, but rather treated with a libei-ality 
hall encourage others to follow their example. Id a 
lie " new departure " ia fire-proof building operations 
md other great cities, due to the lesson of the Chicago 
ston fires, promises the best results, so far as the 
3 of insurance is concemed, and it is hoped at no distant 



Losses/rom Over-Insurance. 
of the prominent evils requiring efficient remedial 
ces, is that of over-insurance, effected largely through 
ho have nothing at stake in the risks negotiated, and 
js only to secure commissions thereon. This evil has 
' be regarded as the bane of the business in this country, 
estimated to be chargeable with at least a third of its 
ite losses. No wonder it should be urged among 
need underwriters, that the antidote must be found 
a the abolition of the moiety system, or in legislation 
ig some portion of the risk, and consequently loss, 
ccnrring, upon owners whose property is insured to 

extent, or beyond its actual value, 
tever legislation, if any, may be deemed advisable in 
lalf, there is manifest need not only of such reforms us 
move temptation to criminality wholly from the path 
ol icy-holder, but also impose in some way upon him a 
degree of responsibility and care in guarding his prop- 
liust the dangers of conflagration. It is claimed, and 
tedly with good reason, that as the law and form of 
low stand, with no divided risk, he ia too apt to oou- 
imself released from obligation on that score, and to 
also, that he has a moral duty to perform as the 
in of the public welfare and safety. Until this laxity 
ic sentiment in reference to the mutual obligations of 

and assured shall give place to a higher standard 
lity, the greatest underwriting skill and largest ex- 
i must be at fault in their calculations, precedent will 
t defiance, and the good risks will be the first, and the 
last to bum. 



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xxiv REPORT OF THE 

Future Profits of Insurance. 

This question involves grave problems. Without com- 
pensating return, insurance capital will seek other fields; 
and without capital, insurance loses its strong support. The 
profits of the business become therefore an essential element 
in its prosperity and safety. But unless the signs of the 
times are deceptive, and madness rules the action of those 
who shape the policy of our national finances, the time has 
probably gone by virhen large dividends may be regularly 
drawn from speculative investments of insurance capital. 
Stockholders must hereafter rely in a greater measure upon 
the profits of their business proper, for their returns ; and 
these profits are likely to be very moderate, as at present, 
until some of the important reforms which we have already 
indicated can be carried out. 

It is probably the knowledge of this fact which now re- 
strains the possessors of wealth— once so eager to rush into 
insurance enterprises — from embarking their capital in this 
business. Many of them, who have passed, not unscatheil, 
through the trying ordeals of Boston and Chicago, like burned 
children, very naturally dread the fire. To win them back, 
and secure their cooperation and support in the general reor- 
ganization of the fire insurance interest now evidently in 
progress, it will be necessary to convince them that old 
errors and abuses are to be reformed, and that the business 
will be hereafter conducted upon safe and conservative ptm- 
ciples. Then, and not till then, will it be fairly remunera- 
tive, without being oppressive to the public, and afford that 
security in practice which it holds out in theory. 

Demand for Increase of Capital. 

The alleged lack of capital to cover the amount of proporty 
offered for insurance, of which so much has been heaixi in 
Boston, during the last year, has little or no real foundation 
in fact. And even if it had, it is not in that view that the 
proposition set forth in the above caption is introduced, but 
rather as indicating the need of additional strength and safety 
in great and exceptional emergencies. 

In the present advanced development of fijr© insurance, 
large additions to its capital and strict economy in its man- 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. xxv 

t are indispenBable. These are among the most obvi- 
[uiremente, and unless they can be secured in the 
this beueficent interest must fail to meet the wants 
public growing out of the rapid increase of realized 
business and population. The statistics of the last 
rs abundantly shoTr, that while the ratio of losses to 
n receipts has lai^ely increased, the amount of risks 
as written by American Stock Companies) has in- 
iu a much greater ratio than the amount of capital 

I in the business. Id other words, the Companies, as 
, are not relatively so strong, notwithstanding their 
id premium receipts, as they were iu fofmer years, 
leir business was less in volume. Consequently the 
' they offer to the public is not so great as it should 
ic increase of premiums as a basis of security, as 

shown, is more than offset by the increased hazards. 

II appear trom u comparison of risks and assets, with- 
ing into account the increased hazards. 

t is now wanted, in order to obtain the desired secu- 
ta lay the foundation brood and stiyng enough for the 
\a business superstructure which is being reared upon 
which must go on increasing iu size and weight indefi- 
We will not venture the assertion that this important 
;y will best be met by a division and distribution of 
iness of fire underwriting among a larger number of 
nies. Such a course will be rendered necessary to a 
extent, by the natural growth of the business and the 
U made upon it by other coordinate interests. Its 
<n, however, will naturally suggest the necessity of 
' avoid stimulating an unhealthy competition, which 
:aken rather than strengthen the security of policy- 
. Perhaps the same end may be as surely attained by 
f which shall increase the capital and reserves of ex- 
>>mpanieB, by adding to them, in prosperous times, a 
[Kirtion of their earnings, both from permanent invest- 
ind the profits of current business, 
recently enacted laws of Massachusetts contain several 
□d beneficial provisions looking in this direction, in 
a to those which limit dividends and local risks, and 
guard against impairments, provide for a guarantee 



xxvi REPORT OF THE 

fund for mutual insurance, and require a larger amount of 
pledged capital for newly organized Companies. This re- 
vised code, suggested by the grave experience of the last few 
years, and intended to augment the security of policy-holders, 
has hardly been long enough in operation to test its efficacy 
or develop its practical results. But should these results 
fail to meet the expectations of its framers (who sought to 
encourage the accumulation of large reserves by permitting 
a portion of the net profits of Stock Companies to be added 
to their cash capital, as an enlarged basis of dividends), then 
additional legislation will be needed to give effect to this con- 
servative policy. 

It is useless to deny what dearly-bought experience has 
clearly demonstrated, viz., that one of the great errors of the 
past, in the management of the fire insurance business of this 
country, has been the too frequent practice of dividing 
among stockholders the surplus balances which should have 
remained as a reserve fund to increase the security of its 
protection, and to meet great disasters. And it must be 
further confessed, Ahat this disposition to closely divide up 
cun'ent earnings, and thus remove them from the possibility 
of sacrifice, has been sharpened by the sweeping confl;ign\- 
tions which have recently swallowed the entire assets of so 
many flourishing Companies. Nevertheless, the good of the 
public, no less than the interest of stockholders, must be 
consulted in this matter. 

One of the great lessons taught by these calamitous events, 
in connection with this business, is, that in times of pros- 
perity we should prepare for adversity ; and, to this end, fire 
underwriters cannot too carefully heed the admonition to hus- 
band instead of dissipating their resources. But the la1>orer 
is worthy of his hire, and so is the insurance capitalist of his 
income. Hence his dividends should be large enough to 
compensate him, both for the ordinary use of his capitiil, and 
for the extra hazard to which it is exposed. Moreover, it is 
obviously for the interest of the public that premium rates 
should be so graded as to yield the underwriter such liberal 
return from his investment, that he will be content to let it 
accumulate as a reserve, and remain subject to the hazards of 
his business. But the policy-buying public having conceded 



INSURANCE COMmSSIONER. xxvii 

int, the State ahould see to it that the principle of 
;ity is fairly and fully carried out. 

tection of Unexjtired Risks — Special Reserves, etc. 
scuBsing the question of greater Becurity for the policy- 
whieh is one of the most pressing exigencies of the 
e should not forget that numerous class who con- 
so largely to the resources of fire underwritere, and 
om draw anything from them. These are the scru- 
f careful people, as Tigilant and pains-taking to avoid 
E»s if they were uot insured, who never get burned out 
;hrough the fault of their neighbors ; also the owners 
iroof buildings, apd of detached risks in suburban 
al districts. These people are the benefectors of the 
;e interest, and almost gratuitously help to carry it« 
of loss, which would otherwise become intolerable. 
it is notorious that this profitable class of customers 
n doomed, especially of late years, to severe loss from 
ie of their policies, through the bankruptcy of Com- 
in which they were insured. Unearned premiums 
nt in great amount to reimburse the losses of those 
troperty had been burned. And while the holders of 
licies often realized little or nothing from the distri- 
of the assets of the failed Companies, they were 
ed to pay out large sums for re-insurance in others, 
ell known that t^e wrong thus inflicted gave rise to 
t' the indignation and clamor against Companies ren- 
ankmpt by the Boston fire, which characterized the 
ings of the Special Session of the Legislature of 

where shall be found the remedy for this wrong? 
lere the prot«ction of property-owners, who buy their 

of a Company reputable to-day, and worthless to- 
? True, in theory, they are protected by the law 
eqnires a certain percentage of unearned premiums to 
iside as a re-insurance fund for the security of unex- 
isks. In practice, however, this reserve does not 

afford protection, since, in case of disaster which 
I the Company to close its doors, it inures in many 
holly to the benefit of the burned policy-holder, the 



xxviii REPORT OF THE 

receivers paying it out, not for the re-insurance of unburned 
risks, but for the payment of actual losses by fire. 

It is urged that what is wanted to meet this exigency is a 
real re-insurance fund, applicable only to that purpose, aud 
drawn from the current income (from any and all sources) of 
the underwriter ; and that this should be sufficient to keep 
alive and secure all his unexpired policies, and should not be 
subject to any other liabilities in case his capital and assets 
are absorbed by losses. It is believed the underwriter can 
well afford to accumulate such a special fund, even if his 
stockholders have to content themselves with a smaller divi- 
dend. He would thus be enabled, in such an emergency, to 
save his Company from utter failure, to preserve its oi^ni- 
zation, name and business machinery, to spare it the dishonor 
of repudiating its contracts and cancelling its policies without 
refunding the unearned portion of its premiums, as well, 
also, as the mortification and injury of driving its patrons 
into the arms of its rivals. In a word, it is claimed that 
such a fund would serve as a nucleus about which he could 
gather the fragments of his shattered business, and, by at- 
tracting fresh capital, retrieve his fortunes. 

But in order to carry out this suggestion, legislation would 
be needed to aiithorize the creation of a reserve for this 
special purpose, and exempt it from liability for los8e3 bv 
fire. A proposition of this nature, coupled with another for 
the creation of a '^ Guaranty Surplus Fund," as additional 
security against disaster from fire losses, has engaged the 
attention of the Legislature of New York, and is warmly 
approved by the State Superintendent of Insurance. 

The first-named proposition — the protection of unexpired 
risks — has not been made a subject of special or independent 
legislation in Massachusetts ; though, incidentally, provision 
was made for that purpose in the general statute of 1872. 
While additional legislation may be desirable in that particu- 
lar connection, the necessity for a special or guaranty fund as 
a further security against impairment from losses by fire was 
very satisfactorily provided for in the statute referred to. 
As affirmed in the last Annual Report from this Departiueut, 
and as experience is demonstrating, the Legislature could not 
have more effectually provided for the accumulation of an 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. xxii 

isurance reserve than it has done under this enact- 
bicb limits dividends of Stock Companies doing busi- 
tb specific capital, and autborizes, subject to rigid 
ons, tbe issue of pro rata certificates of profits and 
to stockholders. Such certificates are of course enti- 
dividendB, but tbe profits and income which they 
it remain for the accumulation of an extra or special 
tending effectually to the promotion of greater 
I and security. Under the operation of this regime, 
lusetts Companies may come to rank among tbe 
it and safest Companies in tbe world. 

INTAQE8 OF SCHEDULE RaTINO IN LaBQE ClTIES. 
endency of fire insurance iii this country, during the 
) years, has materially aided in placing the business 
lat may be considered a positive basis. This is due 

degree to the spirit of the times, which is so largely 
a in its utilization of principles and results ; but more 
ict that the two great fires of Chicago and Boston, 
invinced all underwriters that the systems hitherto 

for determining the relative worth of any given haz- 
not always to be depended upon. Experience has 
that the old custom of establishing one rate of pre- 
D a large class of risks cannot, in a great majority of 
e sustained through a series of years with any profit 
nderwriter. In other words, it has been found that 
;e, like mercantile credit, is dependent on certain con- 
whicb are incapable of application in the aggregate, 
ch must be brought down to individual cases in order 

weight or value. 

tms almost unnecessary to assert, that the old system 
rwriting did not sufficiently consider the important 
ition of risks dependent upon the character of build- 
d their surroundings, as well as upon the particular 
■ merchandise stored or business transacted therein, 
-se, it is safer and more profitable to Insure the occu- 

a fire-proof compartment building, like those which 
in the capitals of continental Europe, than that of 
those graceful but faulty structures which stood on 
hire, Federal and Franklin Streets, before the great 



XXX 



REPORT OF THE 



Boston fire of 1872. In the one case, an internal fire would 
probably cause but partial damage to his stock of goods ; 
while in the other, it would be likely to result in a total loss. 
Hence, in fixing an average rate at which all such business or 
merchandise could be insured, irrespective of external haz- 
ards, injustice was done on all sides, both by charging too 
little, as well as by charging too much. 

But the method now generally adopted in all the large 
cities of the country, is to judge of and fix a price for each 
risk upon its own merits. On this equitable principle the 
system of what is called "schedule rating" is founded. The 
various local Boards of Underwriters have adopted, as a 
standard of comparison, a theoretically fire-proof building, 
combined with an occupancy to which little or no physical 
hazard attaches. By this standard the various buildings in a 
cit}', as well as the varied forms of occupation, are judged and 
relatively rated ; thus, although opinions may often differ as 
to the degree of hazard involved, an approximately equitable 
adjustment of charges may be obtained, by which the bui-den 
of exceptionally high rates will be placed where it properly 
belongs. 

The advantages of a system of this kind are twofold : first, 
in discouraging the erection of cheap, poorly constructed 
buildings ; and second, in encouraging the owners of buildings 
already erected to make all possible improvements for the 
better security of their own and adjacent property. The 
building laws in most of our large American cities have, until 
recently, been allowed to fall into contempt. As they are now 
enforced in Boston, however, it would be difiicult to erect a 
warehouse in as hazardous a manner as many were built five 
years ago. But it is believed by those most competent tu 
judge, that a much closer approach towards absolute safety 
from the ravages of fire can be made by a sharp discrimina- 
tion in the character and cost of risks, than by siniply follow- 
ing out the enactments of the building law. 

Such are the improvements which underwriters are seeking 
to effect by a scientific adjustment of premium rates. Bui 
irrespective of any differing opinions as to the proper grada- 
tion of rates, it is safe to say that, as the result of their efforts. 
more money has been laid out in Boston, during the past year, 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. xxxi 

lefeDceB, both ia new and old structures, than was ex- 
for that purpose in thirty years previous to the adop- 
this system. To make an allowance in the rate of 
n for such an improvement in any building, is a cou- 
ld direct encouragement for the owner or occupant to 
ze it. Moreover, it is evident that if, during the 
century, we would build up our great business centres 
)roughly fire-proof manner, we must depend largely 
rivate restrictions imposed by the insurance mterest, 
■ to counterbalance the unavoidable defects in State or 
>al regulations. A healthy unanimity of purpose, 
1 by mutual interests, on the part of lire under- 
and the public, in cooperating with each other for the 
jrotection of property, is becoming one of the most 
nt and cheering signs of the times, marking "a new 
i-e " in the business of fire insurance. May it prove 
ild of an epoch when sweeping conflagrations, assum- 
in past experiences, the latitude of national calamities, 
»me almost if not quite as rare in this country as they 
1 in France, Austria or Italy. 

'ant of Moke Perfect and Comprbhenbive Fire 

Insurance Statistics. 
B is evidently a lack of reliable information on the part 
uiderwriters, as to the actual cost of protectiug ceiiain 
of risks. Their estimates of this cost, based upon 
" individual experience, and covering different or ex- 
aX periods of time, widely differ. Their calculations 
it, but their conclusions wrong, because the latter are 
irom unreliable and erroneous data. Some are confi- 
at churches or cotton mills (circumstances and sur- 
^ being equal) are the best and most profitable risks 
I bo taken ; while others are equally confident they are 
st. Hence, there is not only no uniformity in rates, 
lerwriters, in a very large majority of cases, continue 
te in the dark, while the policy-buying public feels 
ed at being made the victim of what is believed to be 
price. 

tild seem, therefore, that the only safe guide for the 
And measure of justice to the latter, in fixing an 



xxxii REPORT OF THE 

eqiiitAble price of inaurance for any specific claj 
the average resulte of underwriting those ri! 
series of years, and throughout the country ai 
■world. To be of practical value, the insurance 
which such avenge results are drawn, must b 
bensivc nature, covering long periods of time 
ranges of territory. Information thus obtain 
only be secured by careful research and compa 
is invaluable to the insurance interest in detai 
since it is indispensable to the successful pre 
business. It is fair to assume that for want 
more insurance capital has been sunk, and moi 
to the mortuary record of Companies, than f 
single cause of disaster. The search for il 
merely a question of profit and loss to the I 
panics themselves, but one of manifest securit 
and its great material interests. 

It is therefore the imperative duty of unden 
as rapidly as possible, this much needed iai 
reliable sources, instead of trusting to the fragi 
of their local business. It should be remembe 
racy in the collation of facts and statistics is th 
element in calculations based upon the doctr 
What they especially need at this advanced 
business growth and development, is not only 
classification of risks, but a thorough and exh 
of the history of fire insurance (including 
charged, and losses sustained on each class) fr 
annals to the present day, for the purpose of 
possible, what classes have yielded a profit to tl 
and what have netted him a loss. 

In prosecuting this historical research, the . 
of the business as a whole, at different peril 
and losses, mortalities and impairments of cap 
carefully studied, with a view to determine its 
ratio, and the proportion of losses and impa' 
the ordinary course of events, and what to thi 
great urban conflagrations. Evidently, the 
safely be ignored or left out of the account i 
intelligeut theo/y of fire insurance, since tbei 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. xxxiii 

e ill this country, of late years, baa upset all previous 
ions OS to the cost of protecting ccrtiiin cleBcriptions 
lerty exposed to these sweeping disasters. If n thor- 
xamiimtion of tho records of firu insurance, both in 
1 other coniitries, shtill fail to supply the diita needed 
date these points, then immediate recourse ahonld be 

tho current experiences of those now engaged in the 
s. 

>d, steps have already been taken to this end by the 
cal Committee of tho National Board of Fire Under- 
, who last year addressed a circnlar letter to all the 
lies embraced in that organization, proponnding spe- 
quiries as t^ the results of their business in under- 

tcri dilfercnt classes of risks. This Committee have 
lorted the results of their investigation to the annual 
J of the Board, held in New York during the last days 
il. While the answers thus far received are not suffi- 

explicit and complete to warrant nny positive con- 
, thoy indicate that eight, out of the ten eliisscs of 
jfen-ed to, average un actual loss to tho underwriter, 
t cniTcnt rates ; while only two of them yield a niod- 
rotit ! But it is evident that the Committee have made 
ike (very possibly for want of time to extend their 
lime) in limiting their inquiries to any association of 
lan Companies, or even to Companies existing in this 
' of tho globe. Such an investigation, in order to 
) the most valuable results (we mean valuable in the 
't sevite), must be wider and more comprehensive in its 

extending to both hemispheres, and going back 
1 a period long enough to cover all the vicissitudes 
mging phases of the fire insuniuce business, 
his meeting of the Board, however, tho Committee 
ted a mass of valuable statistics, dmwn from the expe- 
3f more than seventy Companies, indicating the results 
erwriting various classes of risks, which have not 
^ been particularized or collated. These results show 
ive loss, at current i-ates, on steamboats, paper, flour 
>ollen mills, wood works, iron works, hardware and 
id shoe manufactories. The Board made arrangements 
t inning the monthly report of losses on special hazards, 



xxxiv REPORT OF THE 

for the fiiithei" collection of statistics of the cli 
reported on, and for extending this inquiry to f 
of underwriting experience, as well as to oth 
risks not embraced in the report of this Comm: 
esting statements were also communicated in i 
working of the echednle-rate system, the more f 
ishment and prospective suppression of inccD' 
the good results likely to accrue to fire departme 
late Unltimoi'e meeting of engineers. 

In the collection of these insurance statistics 
hoped that the managers will remember that 
wanted for their own use alone, but also for thi 
formation of the public at large. The latt«r 
right and a desire to know what elements enter 
of their insurance, so as to judge for themselv 
fairness and equity of the prices paid. It is 
true that a hick of snch knowledge, leading to a 
the popular mind that premium rates are often 
mere guesswork or sinister combination ou the 
derwriters, rather than of mathematical calcu 
upon reliable data, has been one of the most fru 
of hostility and prejudice against the insurai 
This prejudice can only he disarmed by edncatin 
as nearly as possible, up to its own standard of 
by opening its business methods, transactions am 
the light of day, instead of treating them aa an o( 

Net honest and useful bushiess needs to cover 
to rely upon exclusive information in this age > 
ment. But many honest and skilful underwritei 
and life) are slow to recognize this fact, and to 
the importance of utilizing every legitimate and I 
for the education of the public In matters of in^ 
mistaken notions of economy, or of indepeud 
prevent recourse to any proper method of gainii 
ligent m(Hiil support of their contemporaries ; 
at least have yet to learn that such a i)olicy rui 
all succcssfid business ideas and experiences of n 

So far, however, tlie Statistical Committee of 
Board have accomplished a timely and valuable 
cult and laborious beyond any ordinary task. 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. sxxv 

it for the manner of its performauce. And now 
36 that their inquiries will compass a still broader 
ending wherever insurance has prestige and expe- 
d giving us results of more general and world-wide 
e, to be known and read of all. In the best and 
ense will such a work become comprehensive and 
especially in exposinij the defects of existing theory 
ce, evolving new experiences and new issues, intro- 
rmony of view and procedure, facilitating effective 
n among insured and insuring, and thus unfolding 
ening a better polity and a grander beneficence. 

Kespectfully submitted, 

JULIUS L. CLARKE, 

Insurance Commissioner. 



LTISTICAL TABULATIONS. 



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149 
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30,648 
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152,336 
62,352 
36,783 


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6,096 

120,525 

211 

7,067 
71,859 
49,769 
245,296 
379 
37,846 




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358,290 

16,242,217 

142,188 

878,108 

4,679,802 

4,576,028 

30,142,020 

6,235,185 

4,149,701 


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63,390 

13,924,420 

83,954 

761,771 
653,084 

33,228,602 
955,275 
2,723,706 


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68,100 

16,864,447 

142,188 

160,635 

1,087,318 

1.137,282 

36,740,772 

970,150 

3,401,643 


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18,652,055 

9,900,375 

15,335,019 

725,561 

1,321,010 

3,974,315 

1,174,880 

60.875 

713,210 

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2^03,539 

2,899.191 

129,620 

103,100 

508,925 

141,350 

15,600 

98,000 

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4,039,494 
3,376,486 
4,732,159 

195,365 
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ten* of the Receipta and Expertditures of the Insurance 
DepaTtment for the year ending Deceynber 31, 1873. 

[Hida pnnout to Clupbir SeT, BectloD >, AcU of IMT.] 

Receipts. 



nsation for valuaHon of life insurance polici 
) fees, filing statements, certificates, etc.. 



Expenditures. 



of Insurance C< 

of Stephen H. Rhodes, Deputy, 

CUrk». 
utting. First Clerk, . 
Bove^, Second Clerk, 
L Monssey, ETtra, 

irial and Clerical service in Ike 
lucUiim of Life Insurance Poli- 
s, etc., viz. :— 

obnson, 

enney, . . . '. . 

Lllen 

awyer, 

Vhitn'ey 

fcMann, .... 

L. Good ridge 

1 E. Cobb, 

L., Clarke, actoarial services, . 



ConUngenl Expenses. 
g and Auvertisins;, . 
), Telegrams anfl Expreasage, 

ery of all kinds, 
aneoua expenses. 



umnl carried forward. 



f 2,000 00 
1,600 00 
700 00 



(673 30 

840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
840 00 
805 00 
826 00 
840 00 
840 00 
600 00 
300 00 
641 50 
3,000 00 



(651 93 
661 94 

248 44 



Ixxviii REPORT OF THE INS. COMMTt 

ExPENDirntss — Continued. 



Amount brought forward, 

BeCAPIT tllATIOK, 

Expended In Life Department, . 
Expended in Fire ana Marine Dep't, 



'otal Expenditures, 
Surplus accnled to Commonwealth, 



MASSACHUSEHS MUTUAL 
{E INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



ED Statejient of Assets and Liabilities, with Abstract 
OF Annual Statements, Fon the Year endiko 
Dkceuueb 81, 1873, 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIR 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND ] 



ABINGTON MUTUAL FrRE INSURANCE COMPAN 

[Incorporslod Huf 30. ISM. Cammenced baiinoi June If 

Baxter Cobb, President. Secretary, Freeui 

Office, Washington Street. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United Statea Securities owned by the Company: — 

United States 5-20 Bonds fG^OO 

City Bonds : — 

Cbicngo Seweni^e Bond fl.OOO 

" River Improvement Bond, . . . 1,000 
Scliool Bond, 1,000 

J3,OO0 
Nittional Bank Stocks : — 

riFTM. Hi 
per than, p 

10 shares State National Bank, Boston, . . f 100 { 
10 " Hide and Leatlier Nafl Bank, Boston, 100 
10 " Globe National Bank, Boston, . . 100 



Railroad Bonds ; — 
Union Tacitic Railroad Bond, .... f 1,000 
Northern Pacific Railroad Bond, . . . 1,000 
Eastern Railroad Bond 1,000 



Cash Loans : — 

Joint Note of trustees of Puritan Lodge, . 

" " " of Masonic Institutiot 
Note of New Jerusalem Society, 
Note of Union Calvinistic Society, . 



All other Assets and Property owned by the Company 
Safe and office furniture, ^121 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



SuMKABT 09 Assets, Decekbeb 31, 1873. 
it Tftlue of uneDcumbered re&l estate 

r the Company f500 00 

lortgage of real estate (first liens),* C,075 00 

:t value of U. S. aecurities, . , 7,13U 00 

bonds, 2,865 00 , 

mal bank stocks 3,100 00 

-oad BtoRks and bonds, . . . 2,090 00 



nd in the office of the Company, 
ited in the Abington Nat't Bank, 
t due from agents for premiums eol- 
iring the year, .... 
ot included above) due and not paid, 
accrued but not due, (154.84, . 
ssets and property, . . fl2o 00 
present Aiisets 



3,018 8 



LlABIUTIES. 






eported and supposed losses, not yet 


19.787 52 




tquired to rc-insure all outstanding 






;pn at 60 per cent, of pi-eniiums re- 






1 unenpired fire risks, 


17,568 88 




imiums or cash dividends of profits 






>n terminated policies. 


482 14 




lebts and obligations ; viz., salaries. 






ce, agency and inc^tduntal expenses. 


103 m 




present Liabilities 




20,942 04 


IS 


•7.972 13 



SQUAM MUTUAL FIBB INSURANCE COMPANY, 
GLOUCESTKR. 

coiponted H>nh 11, IS4;. Connienced builneu December 2S, IMT.] 

1. DuLET, President. Secretary, Jaues S. Jewktt. 

, Office at Annisquam. 

-This Company charges a cash premium adequate for expenses 
-eliea upon assessments on deposit notes to pay losses.] 



Dortfiged tS,«0(10(l 

«• ihereoD 11,300 00 

3f propf ny mortgnged tlS,l)CO OO 

ruce hold u collUinl 1,136 00 



4 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIB 

Detailed Statbment of Assets, 
Upilcd States Securities owned bj the Compaoy ;— 

United States 5-20 Bonds, t^M 

Cash Loans :— 

T^aDed on personal security, 



All other Assets and Propertj- owned by the Company 

Postage stamps, 

Office safe, sg^ 

SUMMARV OF Assets, December 31, 187 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, , . fo-18 

Cash loans, j y^g 

. Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 71 

Gush deposited in the Salem Savings Bank, . 8:i(i 

Ciish deposited in the Cape Ann Savings Bank, 870 

Cash depositeil in the Roekport Savings Bank, 8G0 
Net amount dne from agents for premiums col- 

lepted during the year, iq,. 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 

f 7.4*> ; accrueii but not due, f (iU.Ho, . ', C8 
All other assets and propeity, , . fa^ 00 

Gross present Assets, 



ARKWRIGHT MUTUAL FfllE INSURANCE: COJIPJ 

[Incorporat^'d Ffhruory g, ISao. Commenced hutlot'.. Oclobe 

Waldo IIigglvson, Prr^iikiil. Svcrclari/, Edwa; 

Oj^ce, No. 10 Ptmberton Square. 

Detailed Statement op Assets, 

United States Securities owned by the Coninany : 

United St;it«s 10-10 o per cent. Bonds, , . f IiUMj™ 
" Gpcrcent. Bonds, IS»1, , . IO,(HjO 



S^^te Bonds -.— 
M.issachusctts ,'i per cent. Gold Bonds, . . fio.noo 
Maine (i per cent. Currency Bonds, . . , I0(ni0 



INSUEANCE COMPANIES. 



T>aJ Stocks and Bonds :— 

pii 

es Northern Railrond, 

Portland, Saco and Portsmouth R. R., 
ticut River R. R. Mortgage C per cent. 

19, ........ . 

loDf and Newport R, R. 7 per i-t. Bonds, 
and Ikfainc R. R. 7 per cent. Bonds, 
and Albany R, R. 7 per cent. Bonds, . 
n, Burliugtua and Qiilncy 7 per cent 

^ge Bonds 

rton nnd Missouri River B. R. land grant 



6,820 00 
*,040 00 
6,050 00 
5,125 00 

9,000 00 



14^,1285 00 
ation notes with security, t2'J;S77 74 

StiuiiABT OF Assets, Dfceuber SI, 1873. 

larket ralue of U. S. securities , f-23,(nri 00 

State bonds, 19,G50 00 

Railroad Stocks and bonds, . , . 4i),285 00 

.oans 29377 74 

n hand in the office of the Company, 62 99 

epnsited in the Columbian Nat'l Bank, . 9 31 
ind other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

f collection 447 (!3 

t (not included above) due and not paid 

Mscnied but not due, .... 2,127 60 

oas present Assets, (120,525 27 



LUBIUTIES. 

t required to re-inanre all outstanding 

, tnken at 5U per cent, of premiums re- 

d on unexpired fire risks, 

id local taxes, due or accrued, 

;r debts and obligations ; viz., rents, 

>ss present Liabilities, .... 

■plus, 



173,280 13 
283 31 
91 34 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIR 



ASIIFIELD MUTUAL FIRE INSUR.iNCE COMPAN 

[IncorpoTiKd June 4, 18T8. CommeDHd bDiliio» Jnlr U 

M0SE8 Cook, PresidejU. Secretary, AXiu 

Office at AahficM. 

[Note. — This Corapaay insures only dwelling-house! 
and their contents, in the town in which it is located.] 

SuMUARY OF Assets, December 31, 187 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . f2ll 

Gross present Assets, 

LlAHlUTIES. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
rislts, talten at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, , . . (145 
Gross present LiaLiilities, .... 



Surplus 



ATTLEBOROUGH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
ATTLEBOROUGH. 

[Incorporated 1U4. Commcncod builom ISU.] 

Joseph W. Capkon, President. Secretary, IIor&tio 
Office, Union Hail Building. 

SvMUARy OP Assets, December 31, 187 
Cash on hand in tiie office of the Company, . J9o6 
Cash deposited in the Pi-ovidence County Sav- 
ings Bank 3,937 

Cash deposited in the Pawtucliet Institution for 

■ Savinf!S 1,867 

Cash deposited in the Attleborough Savings 

Bank 52C 

Net amount due from agents for pi-emiums col- 
lected during the year, 28; 

Gross present Assets 

Liabilities. 

Amount required (o re-insui'u all outstanding 
risks, taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . ?3,7S 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 

Surplus 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



[ABLE COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
YARMOUTH. 

[IncDrpanled Uirch 1, 1831. Cammmeed bniineH Aaguat 1, 1S33.] 

[. Akin, Preaidenl. Secretary, Amos Otis. 

Office, No. 64 EalleU Street. 

Detailed Statement of Ahsets. 
[ States Securities owned by the Company : — 

laves 5-20 Registered Bonds of 1865, . f 17,000 00 (19,380 00 
County and City Bonds and I^ans ; — 

Maine Bonds |2,500 00 (2,500 00 

if Barnstable T<oan 3,000 00 8,000 00 

Iheboygan (Wis.) Bond, ... 760 00 600 00 



lal Bank Stocks : — 

pi 
} First National Bank, Yarmouth, 
Tremont National Bank, Boston, 
Falmouth National Bank, Falmouth, 
National B'k of Redemption, Boston, 
Massachusetts National B'k, Boston, 
Atlas National Bank, Boston, . 

(14.S65 00 
ad Stocks and Bonds: — 

9 Old Colony Railroad, . . (100 (110 (6,930 00 

icific R. R. 6 per cent. Gold Bonds, ■. 100 80 4,000 00 
. Danville and Vincennes 6 per cent 

Jonds 100 80 4,000 00 

I Pacific R. R. 6 per cent. Gold Bonds, 100 30 1,500 00 
iJIs and Sioux City 6 per cent. Gold 

100 80 800 00 

aa. Cedar Rapids and Minn. 6 per cent. 

tonds 100 80 800 00 

(18,030 00 
ties held as Collateral for Cash Loans; — 

ICurket tsIih. Louitr] Uicreon. 

First National Bank, Yarmouth, (540 00 (450 00 

Cash Loans : — 

of hand with satisfactory sureties, .... (9,445 10 

er Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 

(100 00 

■uitnre, 50 00 



(6,250 00 


(6,100 00 


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uuiutm. 


(100 (140 


(7.000 00 


100 120 


1,920 00 


100 no 


1,100 00 


100 135 


2,025 00 


260 275 


1,100 00 


100 114 


1,140 00 



(150 00 



8 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 



Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens),* 
Cash market A^alue of U. S. securities. 

State, coupty and city bonds and loans, 

National bank stocks. 

Railroad stocks and bonds, 
Cash loans on collateral security. 

Other cash loans, 

Cash on hand in the oflSce of the Company, 
Cash deposited in the Hyannis Savings Bank, 
Cash deposited in the Barnstable Savings Bank, 
Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 

f 148.7o ; accrued but not due, |137.50, . 
All other assets and property, . . f 160 00 
Gross present Assets, 



f 225 00 

19,380 00 

6,100 00 

14,285 00 

18,030 00 

460 00 

9,445 10 

1,657 39 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

286 25 



|71^ 74 



Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks. 

State and local taxes, due or accrued. 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 



130,641 98 
6 07 



30,64^^ 



Surplus, 141,210 6!J 



BERKSHIRE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, PITl^ 

FIELD. 

p[ncorporated March, 1835. Commenced baslness Angnst, 1B3S.1 

John C. West, President, Secretary^ Ajlbert B. Boot. 

Office^ No. 14 Bank Row. 



Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company ; 

United States 5-20 Bonds of 1867, . 
National Bank Stocks : — 



Parraliie. M«ketTri«- 

18,000 00 f9,25t» C-*^ 



15 shares Pittsfield National Bajik, . 



ParvaL KaitetvaL W«J 
per share, pcrihanu Vartct raJ. 

. tlOO fl35 12,025 01} 



* Value of lands mortgaged, $90 ^ 

Value of buildings thereon, 900M 

Total value of property mortgaged, ..... .... I^^"^ 

Amoimtof Insurance held as collateral, lOO^ 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



$1J(75 00 f 1,500 00 



itiea held as Collateral for Cash Loans :- 

is First NatJODSl Bank of Adams, 

' Cash Loans : — 

on personal security 42S,60£ 00 

lier Assets and Property owned by the Company ; — 
#360 25 



ScHUART OF Assets, December 31, 1873. 
arket value of unencumbered real estate 

d by the Company |5,000 00 

arket value of U. S. securities, . 9,260 00 

lational bank stocks, .... 2,025 UO 

nna on collateral security, ' . . . 1,500 00 

ash loans, 28,605 00 

I hand in the office of the Company, . 391 16 

posited in the FittaBelil National Bank, 1,469 26 
ioat due from agents for premiums col- 

I during the year, 65 96 

ad other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

' collection, 195 58 

(not included above) accrued but not 



r assets and property, . . (350 25 
ss present Assets, 

LlABIUTIES. 

,nd claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 
required to re-insure all outstanding 
taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
I on unexpired fire risks, 
iremiums or cash dividends of profits 
I OH terminated policies, . . 
i local taxes, due or accrued, 
» present Liabilities 



>lU9, 



10 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 81, 



BOSTON MANUFACTURERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 

PANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated ICardi 15, 1850. Commenced buslneM October 14, 1850.] 

B. E. Manton, President, Secretary, Wm. B. WHinifO. 

Ojffice, No, 119 Devonshire Street, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
City Bonds : — 

PAFTaliie. MaifcctTalR. 

City of Boston 6 per cent Bonds, . . . f 30,000 00 f 29,213 50 
City of Portland 6 per cent Bonds, . . 27,000 00 25^ 00 

Cash Loans : — 

CasbTilac. 

Corporation notes secured by indorsements, .... |173,000 00 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Office fumitore, f 2,000 00 

SUMKART OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 81, 1878. 

Cash market value of city bonds, . . (54,592 50 

Cash loans, 173,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 2,221 42 
Cash deposited in the New England NaCl Bank, 11,488 63 
Office and other premiums mipaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 88 02 

Interest (not included above) accrued but not 

due, 3,955 49 

All other assets and property, . . (2,000 00 

Gross present Assets, f 245,396 06 

Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . f 151,783 07 

State and local taxes, due or accrued, . 602 75 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 152^35 ^ 

Surplus, 192,960 24 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



iL COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE raSURANCE COMPANY, NEW 
BEDFORD. 

[laurponUd Febrnar; 13, ISIO. Commenoed bnilncH JdI; 4, IBB.] 

1 H. Tatlor, President. Secretary, Jos, S. Tiluhoeast. 

O^oe, No. 44 North Water Street, New Bedford. 

SUHHART OF ASSETS, DECeWBEB 31, 1873. 

band in the office of the Company, fO 96 
posited in the Mechanics' Nat'l Bonk, . 377 .57 
S8 present Assets |378 63 

T.IABUJTIES. 

lad claims ai^usted, but not yet duo, . f 600 00 
[, reported and supposed losses, not yet 

ed 6,800 00 

. required to re-insure all outstanding 

62,361 85» 

id local taxes, due or accrued, . . 14 64 

>8S present Liabilities, .... .- — f 68,666 49 

K. — Policies are all Issued for seven years ; the premium is secured 

} assessable as required, and five per cent on the notes is received 
when the policy is issued.] 



DERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

Jlneorponoed Frtromj IT, IBSS. ConnnmBsdfciuJneM'Joljl, 18«.] 

!OADLKT, President. Secretary, H. E. Abbott. 

Qgice, No. 70 Deixmshire Street, Boston. 

Detailed STATEicEin' of Assets. 
d States Securities owned by tbe Company ; — 
Stat«s 5-20 Bonds fi.OOO 00 |5,950 00 

Bonds : — 
■ Maine Bonds HvOOO 00 fl.OOO 00 

oad Bonds : — 

It Central Railroad Bonds, . . |1^000 00 f250 00 

i owing the Company :— 

le and accrued, fUl 67 

ther Assets and Property owned by the Company :^ * 

umiture and fixtures, .... (1,260 00 



I 



12 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIEE [Dec. 31, 

Summary of Assets, Decembeb 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* f 6,700 00 

Cash market valae of U. S. securities, . . 6,950 00 

State bonds, ' 1,000 00 

Railroad bonds, 250 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 2,136 37 

Cash deposited in the Common^vealth National 

Bank, 6,624 06 

Cash deposited in the Home Savings Bank, . 2,780 00 

Cash deposited, in the Emigrant Savings Bank, 250 00 

Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, ..... 6,699 U 

Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 6,981 63 

Other debts owing the Company, . . . 141 67 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 

1316 ; accrued but not due, (217.83, . . 632 83 

All other assets and propeity, . .(1,260 00 

Gross present Assets, (37,845 75 

Liabilities. 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (6,771 25 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 

adjusted, 1,126 00 

Claims for losses disputed or resisted, . . 2,460 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . 24,921 76 

Taxes and duties, due or accrued, . . 140 00 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., rents, . 376 00 

Gross present Liabilities, .... — ^ S5,7$S 01 

Surplus, (2,06i74 



CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, CAM- 
BRIDGE. 

[Incorporated 1833. Commenced boBiness 1834.] 

JosiAJi W. Cook, President. Secretary, Alfred L. BAKBont 

Office, No. 555 Main Street^ CambridgeporL 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
City Loans : — 

Par vskie. ICukct tsIk 

Cambridge Water Loan, (2,000 00 (I^^'iO •«' 

" Funded Loan, 6,000 00 5,70i) '>• 

(8,000 00 (7,620 OQ 

• Total value of property mortgaged, . |U,5» * 

Amount of inauranoe held as oollateral, 8,in0B 



INSUKANCE COMPANIES. 13 

al Baak Stocks :— 

Parr*). KirlntTiL TaUl 

I National Citj Bank. Cfiinbridge, . flOO fl45 J2,176 00 
Cauiliridgeport Nat'lB'k, Cambridge, 100 150 750 00 

Framingham Nat'l B'k, FramiDgham, 100 ISO 130 00 

♦3,055 00 
fliins : — 

Cuh tUim. 

in personal aecnrily, |7,750 00 

ler Assets and Property owned by the Company ;— 
office furnitare (2,000 00 

Sciuu\RT OP Assets, Deceuber 31, 1873. 

I mortgage of real estate (flrst liens),* (.15,600 00 

rket Tiilue of city loans, , . . 7.620 00 

ttiooal bank stock, .... 8,055 00 

ns 7,750 00 

band in the office of the Company, . 747 32 

osited in the National City Bank, . 2,688 79 
lint due from agents for premiams col- 

during the year 1,178 00 

d other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

lollcction 859 83 

not included above) due and not paid, 

i ; (iccrned but not due, |82j.20, . , 993 96 
assets and property, . . (2,000 00 

s present Assets . (60,492 89 

Liabilities. 

reported and supposed losses, not yet 

id (875 00 

required to re-insure all outstanding 
j,ken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
oti unexpired Ore risks, . . , 82,231 99 
i^minms or cash dividends of profits 
OD terminated policies, ... 248 38 

local taxes, duw or accrued, . . 73 70 

■ debts and 'obligations; viz., rents, 
{a1n,ries, (ISO ; office, agency and inci- 

expenses, (30.65 280 63 

s present Liabilities, .... 83,709 67 

lu9 (26,783 22 

kndi monciged «S7,TN 00 

laitdlngi thereon, 11,310 00 

Tala«ofpropony mortg«g«d (110, 1 19 00 

r Innmoco bald w MltMcnO, . . . ■ I^MO 00 



14 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 

CENTRAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WORCESTER. 

[Incorporated May 27, 1867. Commenced budneas January 1, 1868.] 

Wm. T. Mebrifield, President. Secretary^ Henry K. MjesRiniXD. 

Officey No, 425 Main Street^ Worcester, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Parvalae. MaifeitTilK 

United States 5-20 Bonds, (11,000 00 f 12^ 00 

National Bank Stocks : — 

ParraL MaikctvaL Totil 
perfthare. perihar^ MaifcetTtf. 

5 shares Monson National Bank, . . . (100 f 133 (666 00 
Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

Market ralae. Lotnedtenoi. 

United States Bonds, (3,420 00 (3,000 00 

Other Claims owing the Company : — 
Claim due Company for loss paid 
under protest, (4,000 00 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Compi^ny : — 
Office furniture and property, . . (1,500 00 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . (12,540 00 
National bank stocks, .... 665 00 

Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 3,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 477 20 

Cash deposited in the Worcester Safe Deposit 
and Trust Company, 1,589 80 

Not amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, . . . . 10,268 00 

Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 232 00 

Other claims owing the Company, . (4,000 00 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 589 75 

All other assets and property, . . (1,500 00 

Gross present Assets, (29,361 ^ 

Liabilities. 
Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (3344 46 
Owing for borrowing money, secured by U. S. 

Bonds, 5,000 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . 32,068 57 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 45,913 03 

Balance against the Company, (16,5^)1 7S 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 15 

ZENS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, BRIGHTON. 

[iDcarpmtad Uarcfa 7, 18W. ComnuncMl biuloeM 0<:lo1>*r t, IBU.] 

[ W. Trowbkidge, President. Seerelary, Jos^pH W. Peabodt. 
Ogiee at Srighlon. 

Detailed Statement or Assets. 
. States. Securities owned by the CompaDy : — 
tales Registered Bonds, . |15,000 00 |17,400 00 

lal Bank Stocks: — 

PuiTiL HukttTll. Total 
Tftt ikm. p*T ibu*. HukM HL 

3 Hide and Leather Natl Bank, Boston, flOO (115 (3,450 00 
First National Bank, Boston, .. 100 200 10,000 00 

4I3.4S0 00 

ad Stocks ; — 

Boston and Lowell Railroad, . |500 1536 (3,210 00 



m personal security (20,693 68 

Clfiiins owing the Company: — 

.nd Lowell Railroad dividend (120 00 

ler Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
mitnre (1,100 00 

SUKHABT or Assets, Beceuber 31, 1873. 
.rfcetvalae of unencumbered real estate 

I bj the Company, (5,800 00 

1 mortgage of real estate (first liens},* 119,631 00 

Tket value of U. S, securitios, . . 17,400 00 

ational bank Stocks, . . . , 13,460 00 

ailroad stocks 3,210 00 

ms ■ . . . 20,593 68 

haniJ in the office of the Company, . 1,237 30 

posited in the Natl Exchange Bank, . 4,620 02 
lunt due from agents for premiums col- 

during the year 9,767 16 

aims owing the Company, . . 120 00 

(not included above) due and not ptud, 

.19; accrued but not due, (2,705.72, . 4,056 91 

r assets and property, . .(I4OO 00 

SB present Assets, ^^__^ (199,786 99 

Qunt carried forward, (199,786 96 

r lud* monsKed, «ir,oso M 

r bnUdliigi Ibenon, ias,T0O M 

ilnliHofpnpcrtriiioItc*!^ «tra,IIO «• 

^of lunmiMbdduMiIUMral, M,«M DO 



16 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIEE [Dec. 31, 

Amount brought forward^ ^199,785 96 

Liabilities. 

Claimsfor losses, disputed or resisted, • f 425 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanidng 
risks, taken at 50 per cent^ of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . 109,201 94 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., rents, . 325 00 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 109^51 94 

Surplus, 189^02 



CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COl^IPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated April 11, 1846. Ck)mmenccd bnsineM August, 1846.] 

IjABAN S. Beecher, President, Secretary, Edwahd Bichabdi 

Office, No. 1935 Washington Street, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
National Bank Stocks : — 

Parval. Market tsL Totoi 
per share, per share. KarkctTti. 

10 shares National Rockland Bank, . . . flOO (150 tl<600 09 
Cash Loans : — 

CSSbTliSt 

Loskned on personal security, fi^ ^ 

■ 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of national bank stocks, . f 1,.50(» 00 

Cash loans, 2,220 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 1,000 38 

Cash deposited in the Rockland National Bank, 439 91 ' 

Cash deposited in the Institute for Savings, . 8,999 86 

Gross present Assets f 14,160 15 

Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . f 2,983 77 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 2,9^3 77 

Surplus, J11,176S^ 



INSDEANCE COMPANIES. 



SET MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, COHASSET. 

[iQCorponted I8U. CommHiced buiincu 1846.] 

Ldicout, President. Secretary, J. Q. A. Lotheop. 

Office at Cohasset. 

Dbt AILED Statement of Assets. 
Loan: — 

r Town of Cohasset, .... . ?I,600 ?1,600 iW 

nal Bank Stocks : — 

PuTiU. Miirkel Til. Toul 

National City Bank, Boston, . . (ICKI (112 f672 00 

Merchants' National Bank, Boston, . 100 112 336 0<) 

ei,008 00 
ber Assets and Property owned by the Company ; — 
irniture and safe #200 00 

SUKIUART OF A33ET3, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

irket value of town loan, . . #1,600 00 

ational bank stocks 1,008 00 

linnd In the office of tlie Company, . 324 88 

posited in the Cohasset Savings Bank, . 1,975 39 
(not included above) accrued but not 

71 00 

r assets and property, , , |200 00 

9S present Assets, ■ ■ - #4,979 27 

Liabilities. 

required to re-insure all outstanding 
Aken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 

on unexpired fire risks, . #2,631 75 
is present Liabilities, .... 2,631 75 

ilus #2,347 o2 



AY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, CONWAY. 

[Ineorponted April 13, 1848. Cammcnced budneii Auguit, lS4e.] 

D. Hamilton, Presidenl. Secretary, Henry W. Billings. 

Office at Conway. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
States Securities owned by the Company : — 



#600 00 #6a0 00 



18 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 

National Bank Stocks : — 

Parval. Market raL Total 
pwthan. perihare. Kiitel^ 

15 shares First National Bank, Greenfield," . flOO fl50 t2^ 00 
68 " Conway National Bank, Conway, . 100 116 6,670 00 

t8,920 00 
Railroad Stocks and Bonds : — 
11 shares Connecticut River Railroad, . . flOO f 138 |1^18 00 
Union Pacific First Mortgage Bond, 860 00 

12,378 (W 
Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

Maifc«t yalne. LoflMd fbcma. 

6 shares Conway National Bank, . . . f 576 00 J500 00 

49 " " " " . . . 6,635 00 4^) 00 

Union Pacific Railroad First Mortgage Bond, . 860 00 600 00 

#7,070 00 ♦5,100 00 
Other Cash Loans : — 

Loaned on personal security, |2,027 33 

SUHMABT OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of unencumbered real es- 
tate owned by the Company, .... |4,300 00 
Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),'* 9,460 00 
Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . 690 00 
National bank stocks, .... 8,920 00 
Railroad stocks and bonds, . . . 2,378 00 
Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 6,100 00 

Other cash loans, 2,027 33 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 2,338 86 
Net amount due from agents for premiums 

collected during the year, .... 1,940 16 
Interest (not included above) accrued but not 

due, 468 00 

Gross present Assets, f 37,512 U 

Liabilities. 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . f 1,640 00 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 
adjusted, . . • 3,600 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks> . . . 29,257 56 

Return premiums or cash dividends of profits 
unpaid on terminated policies, . . . 665 78 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 34,963 54 

Sui-plus, 12^49 <^= 

♦ Value of land mortgaged, IISlSSl' * 

Value of buildings thereon, UM^^ 

Total value of property mortgaged, |».T5C * 

Amount of insurance neld as collateral, 4,AX' v« 

Amount of prior encumbrance, %^ *^ 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



AM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, DEDHAM. 

(In»rpanl«d Februnr; 12, 1SS7. Commenced biuloeu Jaiy 1, 1B3T.] 

VELAKD, President. Secretary, Geoboe D. GobdOM. 

Qffiee, Sigh Street. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
States Secnriljes owned by the Oompan j : — 

Pu vMn. UukM nio*. 
[Atea 5-20 Bonds, 1865, . (6,000 00 |6,903 00 

7 per cent Sewerage Bonds, . (2,000 00 f 1,940 00 
ol Bank Stocks:— 

p« ilun. per ibin. Huket nL 

I Dedham National Bank, . . . |100 (126 (1,500 00 

ad Bonds : — 

Fu- tilo*. Uuket mat. 
}hia and Reading Railroad 7 per cent 

'. . (5,000 00 (5,000 00 

e and Ontonagon R^lroad 8 per cent. 

rtgage Bonds 8,000 00 7,680 00 

(13,000 00 (12,680 00 

SuMUAsr OF Assets, Deceuber 31, 1873. 

1 mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (5,500 00 

rket value of U. S. Bccurities, . . 6,900 00 

Cj- bonds 1,940 00 

itional bank stocks, .... 1,500 00 
lilroad stocks and bonds, . . , 12,680 00 
«ait«d in the Dedham National Bank, ifllb 53 
mt due from agents for premiums col- 
daring the jear, 1,633 71 

(not included above) accrued but not 

497 11 

■s present Assets, (34,566 35 

Liabilities. 
required to re-insure all outstanding 
aken at 50 per cent of premiums re- 
on unexpired &e risks, . (7,524 25 

remiums or cash dividends of profits 
on terminated policies, . . . 1,833 52 

8 present Liabilities, .... 8^57 77 

lus, . (25,708 68 

and mongifod tS,oao W 

inlldlngi tbereoD 11,000 oo 

T»lue of propertr monEiCed, tlS.OOO 00 

u coUaural, IfiM 00 



20 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



DORCHESTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTOS. 

[Ii)corporated February, 1865. Commenced bnaineaa July S, 18SS^] 

E. J. Baker, President, Secretary, William F. Tempii, 

Office at Port Norfolk, 

Detailed Statement op Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 



United States 5-20 Bonds, registered, . . f 14,000 00 ^ ^^ 

coupon, . . . 4,400 00/* 



U U (( t( 



Par valoe. Huiet nln. 
1304 0> 



National Bank Stocks : — 

ParvaL Market rtL ToOJ 
per (hare, pershare. KarkttT&l 

20 shares Blue Hill National Bank, Boston, . flOO fHO i2;?00 •*' 

20 '* Howard National Bank, Boston, . 100 105 2,100 'i- 

20 " Continental National Bank, Boston, . 100 105 2,lw ->.' 

12 " Hide and Leather NatU B'k, Boston, 100 106 1,26C» 'i 

30 " Columbian National Bank, Boston, . 100 136i* 4,057:/' 

111,717 v>.' 

Railroad Stocks : — 
150 shares Boston and Albany Railroad, . . f 100 f 140^*121,01'* 75 
83 " Old Colony Railroad, ... 100 110^* 8j63J^ io 

|24,6o7 <» 

Other Demands owing the Company : — 

Unpaid assessments due and collectible (estimated net), . ilO,^Wi' '.» 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 

Office furniture, &c., f 500 00 

Personal note, 445 97 

f 945 97 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of unencumbered real estate 

owned by the Company, .... f 24,000 00 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens) ,t 21,600 00 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . 21,804 00 

Amount carried fonvardy .... 107,404 00 

• Coat 

t Value of land mortgaged ?n>' ' 

Value of buildings tlicrcon, .^ - 

Total value of property mortgaged, #4*" 

Amount of insurance held as collateral £L>^ 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

ml iyrougM forward f 67,404 00 

■ket value of national bank stocks, . 11,717 60 

ilroad stocks 24,657 00 

asited in the New Eaglaad Safe De- 
ft. 17,836 78 

iDt due from agents for premiums col- 

iuring the year, 8,17174 

nands owing the Company, . . 10,000 00 

not included above) due and not paid, 

iccrued but not dne, (629.66, . . 994 66 

assets and property, . . (945 97 

9 present Assets, \ 

LlABILITIBS. 

required to re-insure all outstanding 

iken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 

on unexpired fire risks, . . . (97321 03 

remiums or cash dividends of profits 

on terminated policies, . . , 800 00 

s present Liabilities, .... 

Ins, 



EX MUTUAL FIBE INSURANCE COMPANY, SALEM. 

Iiicorp<>">'<d ■'>">< 111 1^^- CommeDced buelneH September i, 199).] 

B. Ives, PresidetU. Secretary. Chas. S. Nichols. 

Ogiix, No. 97 Washingtoii Street, Salem. 

Detailed Statement op Assets. 
St&tes Securities owned by the Company: — 

PbcViIq*. HirkMTiloc. 

ates 3-20 Bonds (1,600 00 (1,770 00 

•* Registered Bonds, 1881, . . 500 00 570 00 

rar Loan, 1,000 00 1,100 00 

(3,000 00 (3,440 00 
Dds:— 

Mcago Bonds (2,000 00 (1,900 00 

irtland Bonds 2,000 00 1,680 00 

ilem Bonds, 1,000 00 985 00 

Brtford Bonds 1,000 00 950 00 

•ooklyn Bonds, 1,000 00 910 00 

. Lrfiuis Bonds, 1,000 00 880 00 

Dcinnati Bonds, 1,000 00 900 00 

misTille Bonds, . . . . 1,000 00 850 00 

(10,000 00 (9,206 00 



22 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FERE [Dec. 31, 



National Bank Stocks : — 

10 shares National Bank, Salem, 

11 " Asiatic National Bank, Salem, . 



Railroad Stocks and Bonds : — 

15 shares Cambridge Railroad, . 

f 2,000 Eastern Railroad Bonds, 

f 1,500 Essex Railroad Bonds, . 

f 1,000 Michigan Central Railroad Bonds, 

f 1,000 Central Pacific Railroad Bonds, 



Other Corporate Stocks : — 

20 shares Salem Gas Light Company, 
16 " Lynn Gas Light Company, 



Far raL Market raL Total 
pcaraliare. pa shire. HutatHL 

. flOO (122 fi,220 00 
30 37 407(10 







f I,6:>7 00 


. flOO 


(100 


f 1,500 no 


- 


- 


l^Oft 


— 


- 


l^O") 


— 


- 


995 00 


- 




950 IHJ 




f6^.% 0<) 


. flOO 


(123 


(2,460 (^ 


100 


100 


l,fi00^J 



Summary of Assets, Decembeb 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, 
City bonds, .... 
National bank stocks. 
Railroad stocks and bonds. 
Other corporate stocks, . 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 
Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 

Interest (not included above) accrued but not 

due, 

Gross present Assets, 



(3,440 00 


9,205 00 


1,627 00 


6,695 00 


4,060 00 


862 91 


• 50 00 


365 00 



Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
lisks, taken at 50 per cent of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks. 

Return premiums or cash dividends oif profits 
unpaid on terminated policies. 

State and local taxes, due or accrued. 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 
(216.67; office, agency and incidental ex- 
penses, (5, ....... 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 



(ld«800 93 

140 34 
3 14 



221 67 



(4,060 U) 



(26,204 91 



U,166 



r^ 



Surplus, ^lifi3S<^ 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



MVER MANDFACTURERS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM- 
PANY, FALL RIVER. 

[InoorponUd IBTO. OoDmenoed bluliitu Hmj 1, ISTO.] 

Chace, President. Secretary, Isaac B. Chacz. 

Office, OraniU Block, Fall Biver. 

Dbtailbd Stateuent of Assets. 



in personal security |46,700 00 

ler Assets aad Property owned by Ihe Company : — 
miture fSOO 00 

SuHKASY OF Assets, December 31, 1873. 

OS (45,700 00 

hand in the office of the Company, . 2,396 57 

posited in B. M. C. Durfee & Co.'s bank, 2,885 50 

posited in Fall River SaHngs Bank, . 9,000 00 
(not included above) accrued but not 

939 51 

r assets and property, . . (500 00 

Bs present Assets (54,931 68 

LlABIUTIES. 

required to re-insure all outstanding 
taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 

on unexpired fire risks, . . . (35,068 89 
T debts and obligations; viz., rents, 

i salaries, (252,.60, . ... . 275 50 

ss present Liabilities, .... 25,364 39 

E>luS (29,557 19 



(URG MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, FITCH 
BURG. 
(FresT Class.) 

ITnoarponUd Uinh 29, IS4I. OommeDced bailnen Sspteinbcr 1, 1S4T,] 

i. Bkadford, President. Secretary, Edward P. Dowme. 

Office, Main Street, Fikhburg. 



Detailed Statehent o 



Assets. 



HulwtTaliw. 



oral Branch Railroad Bonds,. (3,000 DO 



24 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 

Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

MaiketTftlae. Loaned aenoo. 

Boston, Clinton and Fitchburg Railroad, . . (7,500 00 f7,000 00 

Other Cash Loans: — 
Loaned on personal security, 125,075 03 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Safe and office furniture, f 1,400 00 

SUHMABT OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* f 90,680 00 

Cash market value of railroad bonds, . . 3,000 00 

Ciish loans on collateral security, . . . 7,000 00 

Other cash loans, 25,075 00 

Cash deposited in bank, 7,359 22 

Interest (not included abovej due and not paid, 

and accrued but not due, .... 3,353 76 
All other assets and property, . . f 1,400 00 

Gross present Assets, f 136,467 93 

Liabilities. 

Adjusted losses and claims, due and unpaid, . f 6,710 00 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 1320 74 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 

adjusted, 2,125 00 

Claims for losses disputed or resisted, . . 4,400 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . . 112,785 45 

Return premiums or cash dividends of profits 

unpaid on terminated policies, . . . 2,099 19 

State and local taxes, due or accrued, . . 120 19 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 9,105 00 

Gross present Liabilities, .... — — 180,151 62 

Surplus, 16,316 36 

* Value of lands mortgaged flSXlSt M 

Value of buildlngB thereon, 148,500 00 

Total value of property mortgaged, ........ |2S1,G0 06 

Amount of ineurance held as collateral, 96,19 00 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



IBURG MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE (X)MPANY, FITCH- 
BURG. 



(Second Class.) 



Detailed Statement of Assets. 
rood Bonds :— 

FirTil. UukHTil. ToUi. 

iltaral Branch R^lroad Bonds, . f 100 f 100 (3,0W 00 

(Mtirilae. 

i on personal securitj f U,034 90* 

SUHHABY OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

on mortage of real estate (first liens),t {35,059 30 

oarket value of railroad bonds, . '3,000 00 

oans 11,034 90 

in hand in the office of the Company, and 

)sited in bank 9,190 13 

it (not included above) due and not paid, 

.65 ; accrued but not due, f964.97, . . 1,501 62 

ross present Assets, {59,785 85 

Liabilities. 
t for losses disputed or resisted, . . (3,500 00 
at required to Te-insure all outstanding 
I, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ed on unexpired fire risks, . . . 10,249 09 
ind local taxes, dne or accrued, . . 50 32 
ler debts and obligations; viz., salaries, 30 35 
ro8S present Liabilities, .... 13,829 76 

irplus (46,956 09 

• tl.wa leoured b; ooUDtcnl*. 

of lABdi niDng(g«d (M.OM 00 

of bnlldlngft thereoD, . Ki.WO 00 

tal TilooofpropfrtrmortgBged |1U,«qO DO 

It or IsaaruKs held M callateml, SO.UO 00 



26 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



FRANKLIN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CX)MPANY, GREEN- 

FIELD. 

[IncoTporatod February 18, 1828. CommeDced badnesf September 13» ISS.] 

Wm. B. Washburn, President. Secretary, Gobham D. Williavs. 

Office, No. 7 Bank Bow, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Par Taloe. Maifcet tAIm. 

United States 5-20 Registered Bonds, . . f 9,500 00 f 10,450 00 
National Bank Stocks : — 

ParTaL MarketTaL TMd 
perihare. perihare. MarfctcnL 

44 shares First National Bank, Greenfield, . f 100 f 130 (5,720 00 

5 " Franklin Co. Nat'l Bank, Greenfield, 100 125 625 00 

10 " Conway National Bank, Conway, . 100 106 1,050 00 

82 " Shelburne Falls Nat'l B% Shelbume, 100 120 3,»40 00 




Railroad Bonds : — 
New London Northern Railroad Bond, . 

Other Corporate Stocks : — 
210 shares Greenfield Gas-Light Co., . . f50 (41 (8,610 00 

Secarities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

Par Taloe. Loanea (hoeoa. 

10 shares National City Bank, Boston, . . (1,000 ^0 ^ 

10 " Taunton National Bank, Taunton, . 1,000 00/ t^**^ "^ 

Other Cash Loans : — 

CaAvalM. 

Loaned on personal security, (1,300 00 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 

United States stamps, (66 75 

Office furniture, (800 00 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (2,600 00 
Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . 10,450 00 

National bank stocks. 

Railroad bonds, 

Other corporate stocks, . 



Amount carried forward, . 



11,235 00 
2,000 00 
8,610 00 



(34,795 00 



* Valae of lands mortgaged, ••. $ijM C^ 

Value of baildlnga thereon, 4^000 CO 

Total value of property mortgaged, $7,<MdM 



3.] INSUEANCE COMPANIES. 27 

Amount brwtght forward f 34,795 00 

1 loans on collateral security, . . 2,000 00 

T cash loaoB, 1,300 00 

t deposited in the First National (Green- 

ild) Bank, 64 31 

1 depositediathe Fnmklin Savings Instit'n, 2,000 00 

idepcsitedin the Northampton Savings B'k, 1,000 00 
1 deposited in the Windham Provident 

LStitalion 667 08 

amount due fivm agents for premiums col- 

cted during the year 2,776 05 

:e and o^ier premiums unpaid and in proc- 

a of coUectJon, 377 37 

rest (not included above) dne and not paid, 

id accraed but not due 1,062 76 

other assets and property, , . |800 00 66 75 

Gross present Assets f 46,109 31 

LUB1UTIE9. 

ses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . f 3,100 00 
sunt required to re-insure all outstanding 
ska, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
lived on unexpired fire risks, , . 30,993 12 
im premiums or cash dividends of profits 
apaid on terminated policies, . . . 404 78 
e and local taxes, doe or accraed, 24 56 
other debts and obligations ; viz., rents, f 75 ; 
Bee, agency and incidental expenses, f5.75, 80 75 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 34,603 20 

Surplus 111,506 U 



DVELAND MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, GROVE- 
LAND. 

[Innrpontod Hanh IS, 1S2S. Commniced biuln«i Uarch U, U28.) 

H. Gbiffith, President. Secretary, Nathaniel Ladd. 

Office, Ko. 2 Common Street, Oroveland. 
Tbia Company charges a cash premium adequate for expenses only, 
relies upon assessments on deposit notes to pay losses as they occur.] 

Liabilities. 
see and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (115 00 
ing for borrowed money, secured by treas- 
rer's note, approved by directors, . , 565 00 
Gross present Liabilities f680 00 



28 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



HAMPSHIRE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, NORTH- 
AMPTON. 

[Incorporated March 6, 1830. Commenced boslneu July 1, 1832.] 

SASfUEL T. Spaulding, President Secretary^ Harvey Kirkland. 

Office^ Main Street. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Parvalae. MaiietTiln. 

United States 6 per cent. Bonds of 1881, . . ?8,000 00 19,440 00 

** 6-20 Bonds, 13,000 00 14,870 00 

" 10-40 Bonds, .... 8,000 00 8,800 00 



(t 



f 29,000 00 f 33,110 00 
National Bank Stocks : — 

FarvaL Market raL Tottl 
per share, per share. Market TaL 

20 shares Northampton National Bank, . . f 100- f 150 (3,000 00 

Railroad Stocks and Bonds : — 

53 shares Connecticut River Railroad, . . |100 fl32 f 6,996 00 
Peoria and Rock Island Railroad Bonds, . . 100 90 4,500 00 

111,496 00 
Cash Loans : — 

Cashralae. 

Loaned on personal security, f 1,800 00 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Office safe and furniture, f 500 00 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* f 5,900 00 

Cash market value of United States securities, 33,110 00 

National bank stocks, .... 3,000 00 

Railroad stocks and bonds, . . . 11,496 00 

Cash loans, 1,800 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 1,514 81 

Cash deposited in the Northampton Nat'l Bank, 1,350 23 
Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 

?131.40 ; accrued but not due, (1,147.45, . 1,278 85 
All other assets and property, . . (500 00 

Gross present Assets, (59,449 89 

Amount carried forward, (59,449 89 

* Valae of lands mortgaged, $4,SM M 

Value of buildings thereon, 38,600 00 

Total valae of property mortgaged, $31^800 06 

Amount of inauranoe held as collateral, 7,3G0 00 



] INSURANCE COMPANIES, 29, 

nouTU brought forward. f 69,«9 89 

LlABHTTIEB. 

It reqaired to re-iaaure all oatstanding 
I, takeD at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ed on nuexpired Bre risks, . . . (28^24 69 
I premiums or civsb dividends of profits 
kid on terrninated policies, . . . 65!) 80 
ind local tAxes, due or accrued, . . 23 GO 
ler debts and obligations; viz., salaries, 100 00 
TOSS present Liabilities 24,208 09 

irplus, . . • f35,241 80 



HAM MUTUAL FIRE INSUKANCE COMPANV, HINGHAM. 

[iDcorponUd Much t, 1S38. Oommenced bn^neH September 1, 1SZ6.] 

Bates, Praidtnt. Secretary, David Hakdino. 

Office at Hingkam. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
:ed States Securities owned by the Company :— 

I Stales Bonds, 1881 |8,500 00 ?9,%C 25 

" 5-20 Bonds 29,500 00 33,872 50 

" 10-40 Bonds, .... 8,000 00 3,405 00 

(11,000 00 (47,243 75 
e. City and Town Bonds and Loans: — 

! Island 6 per cent Bonds, . . . |3,000 00 ?2,932 50 

ont G per cent. Bonds, .... 2,000 00 1,980 00 

I 6 per cent. Bonds l-SOOO 00 14,775 00 

f Portland 6 per cent. Bonds, . . 3,000 00 2,812 50 

tuth Water Scrip 4,500 00 4..^00 00 

of Hingham Note, 3,000 00 3,000 00 

f30,500 00 (30,000 00 
lonal Bank Stocks: — 

Psrviil. MirkelTiLL TnlD 

itcB Hingham National Bank, Hingham, , (70 (80 (4,560 00 

• Old Colony Nat'l Bank, Plymouth, . 100 125 7,500 00 

" Abington National Bank, Abington, . 100 130 1.950 00 

" Globe National Bank, Boston, . . 100 122 1,220 00 

" Hamilton National Bank, Boston, . 100 119 2,261 00 

" Eagle National Bank, Boston, . . 100 114 3,306 00 

" Union National Bank, Boston, . . 100 145 1,740 00 

" State Natdonal Bank, Boston, . . 100 105 8,570 00 

" North America Nat'l Bank, Boston, . 100 100 2,600 00 

" Commerce National Bank, Boston, . 100 115 1,725 00 

" Webster National Bank, Boston, . 100 102 4,590 00 

(35,022 00 



30 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



Railroad Stocks and Bonds : — 

92 shares Old Colony and Newport Railroad, 
76 " Boston and Albany Railroad, 
40 '* Taunton Branch Railroad, 
Boston and Albany 7 per cent. Bonds, 
Boston and Lowell 7 per cent. Bonds, 
Boston and Maine 7 per cent. Bonds, 
Eastern 7 per cent. Notes, . 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans :<•- 



FarvaL 
per share. 

flOO 
100 
100 



Market raL Tottl 
per share. KixkctnL 

(llOi (10,166 00 
139^ 10,602 00 



128 5,120 00 
6,137 50 

- 10.100 00 

- 10,100 00 
5,000 W 

(56,225 50 

Ifaxket Talae. Loaned thenoe. 
(460 00 (400 00 



5 shares Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain 
Railroad, preferred, 

Other Cash Loans : — 

Cash raise. 

Loaned on personal security, (1,200 00 



Summary of Assets, Decembeb 31, 1873. 
Cash market value of unencumbered real estate 
owned:by the Company, .... 
Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens) .^^ 
Cash market value of U. S. securities. 

State, city and town bonds and loans. 
National bank stocks, 
Railroad stocks and bonds. 
Cash loans on collateral security, 

Other cash loans, 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 
Cash deposited in the Hingham Nat^l Bank, 
Cash deposited in the New England Trust Co., 
Cash deposited in the Hingham Institution for 

Savings, 

Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 
(425.50 ; accrued but not due, (2,452.36, 
Gross present Assets, 

LlABIIJTIES. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . , • 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 



(4,000 00 

56,650 00 

47,243 75 

30,000 00 

35,022 00 

56,225 50 

400 00 

1,200 00 

7,666 85 

10,851 00 

4^7 81 

1,000 00 

■ 

7,071 82 

2,877 86 



(263,216 09 



(141,078 52 
165 00 



141,243 55 



Surplus, . . 1121,972 57 

* Value of lands mortgaged, #4<,K0 » 

' Value of baildings thereon, fl$,£00 <fi 

Total value of property mortgaged $l]S,SOe vO 

Amount of insurance held as collateral . • . 43,400 M 



nfSUEANCE COMPANIES. 



LYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, SALEM. 

(IneoTpomed Hmrcb 14, IStS. Commmcod baalDsie Ifny 13, 1SU.] 

IDS Stobt, PrtiiderU. Secretary, Thomas H. Johnsoh. 

Office, Ko. 114 Washington Street, Salem. 

Detailed Statehent of Assets. 
ad States Secnrities owned by the Companj : — 

States 6-20 Bonds of I86G, gold, . 
' of 1867. " 



) and City Bonds : — ■ 
^husetts State Bonds, 1893, gold, 
City Loan, 1876, Registered, 



anal Bank Stocks : — 

p« 
ires National Exchange Bank, Salem, . 

Mercantile National Bank, Salem, . 
' Salem National Bank, Salem, . 
' Natl Bank of Commerce, Boston, . 

National Bank of Republic, Boston, 
* Merchants' National Bank, Boston, . 
' National Revere Bank, Boston, 



FUTBln. 




t6,500 00 


t7,.»7 60 


7,600 00 


8,690 25 


f 14,000 00 


(16,197 75 


f i,000 00 


(4,000 00 


IfiOO 00 


990 00 


1,000 00 


990 00 


17,000 00 


16,980 00 


6,000 00 


4,750 00 


4,000 00 


5,800 00 


2,500 00 


2,125 00 


6,000 00 


4,750 00 


2,000 00 


1,960 00 


10.000 00 


9,200 00 


t51,500 00 


(48A15 00 


•TTmL MirkelTil. TotU 


r.h.rt. pHihMB 


Hirtclvil. 


(100 (119 


(8,689 00 


100 120 


4,200 00 


100 123 


16351 00 


100 115 


6,900 00 


100 128 


6,400 00 


100 las 


6,750 00 


100 116 


4,640 00 



^>ad Stocks and Bonds: — 

ires I^ttsbarg. Fort Wayne and Chicago 

Railroad (100 

' Ogdensburg and Lake Champion 

Railroad 100 

' Old Colony Rwlroad, ... 100 
* PortIand,Port»mouthandSacoR.R., 100 
I Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Rail- 



nounl carried forward. 



2,850 00 
3,417 75 

6,150 00 



32 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



Amount brought forward, .... 
f 10,000 Eastern Railroad 7 pr ct. Bonds of 1882, 
?5,000 " " 6 " " of 1888, 

?5,000 " " 6 " " of 1889. 

f 5,000 Old Colony " 7 " "of 1877, 
f 3,500 Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana 

Railroad 2d Mortgage Bonds, 
f 10,000 Philadelphia and Reading Railroad 7 

per cent. Bonds, 

f2,000 Vermont Central and Vermont and 

Canada Railroad 8 per cent. Bonds, 



136,067 75 
9,750 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 
5,000 00 


%;i^^) 


10,100 00 


1,600 0*") 



f 75.017 7.5 



Other Corporate Bonds : — 
f 5,000 Portland Water Co.'s Bonds, 1888, gold, - - J-t^ 0<) 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

Market vftlne. Loaned tttnea- 

8 shares Naumkeag Cotton Co., Salem, . \ 

3 " Naumkeag National Bank, . . I f 1,848 00 f 1,500 « 

4 " Central National Bank, Lynn, . . J 

100 " Salisbury Mills Co 9,800 00 10,000 00 

10 " Chicago, BurlingtonandQuincyR.R.,\ 
Butchers' Slaughtering and Melting Association V 1,470 00 1,342 58 
Bond, J 



f 13,118 00 ^123^2 5* 



SuMifARY OP Assets,' December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of unencumbered real estate 

owned by the Company, .... f 55,000 00 
Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* 6,500 00 
Cash market value of U. S. securities. 

State and city bonds. 

National bank stocks. 

Railroad stocks and bonds. 

Other corporate bonds, . 
Cash loans on collateral security, 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 15,030 91 
Cash deposited in the Salem National Bank, . 8,496 14 
Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 555 58 



16,197 75 
48,545 00 
49,430 00 
75,017 75 
4,500 00 
12,842 58 



Amount carried forward, .... |292,115 71 

♦ Value of lands mortgaged $3LW «" 

Value of buildings thereon * 11,5<»' " 

Total Taluo of property mortgaged, |li»»* * 

Amount of insurance held as collateral, tJWd ^*i 



INSUEANCE COMPANIES. 33 

tfnt brought forward, .... #292,116 71 
1 other premioma unpiud and in proc- 

:ollection 18 35 

not included above) due antl not pt^d, 

iccnied but not dae, f 1,351.50, . . 2^31 50 

8 present Assets f 294,166 46 

LlADIUTIES. 

reported and supposed losses not yet 

id, tl,200 00 

•r losses disputed or resisted, . 700 00 

required to re-inaure all outstanding 

alcen at (iO per cent, of premiums re- 

oB unexpired fire risks, . . 174,086 68 

remiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 

id policies 133 74 

s present Liabilities, escept Guarantee 

pita', 176,119 62 

tuB as regards Policy-liDldera, tll8/)45 84 

luarautee Capital, 100,000 00 

lus over Guarantee Capital, f I8,04S 84 



'OXIC MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, STOCK- 
BRmGE. 

[iDwrponilsd IBM. Ooaunsaced buineH 18U.] 

J. Wabner, President. Secretary, Hembt J. Dmnuif. 

0^06 at Slockbridge. 

Detailed Statement or Asbbts. 
Sonds: — 

Pu rtliw. lUikR TtlDc 

Ige Town Bonds, . . ' . . |600 00 {600 00 

i^orporate Stocks ; — 

PunL lIuUlTil. Totil 

pa ituin. p« iliu*. HukM *■!■ 

Marlboro' Paper Co., . . (100 f 126 f62S 00 



1 personal secnri^, #373 9 

r Property owned by the Company :— 

and furniture, (300 00 



« 



84 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 

Assets ot the Compant, December 31, 1878. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (4,900 98 

Cash market valne of town bonds, . . . 500 00 

Other corporate stocks, . • • . 625 00 

Cash loans, 378 98 

Cash deposited in the Housatonic Naf 1 Bank, . 92 58 
Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 1,047 45 

All other assets and property, . . (300 00 

Gross present Assets, (7,689 94 

Liabilities. 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (900 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taketi at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on ^unexpired fire risks, . . . 11302 59 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 12,702 59 

• 
Balance against the Company, (5,162 65 



LOWELL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT, LOWELL 

[Incorporated March 6, 18SSL Commenced busioeu April, 1832.] 

James K. Fellows, President, Secretary ^ James CoofL. 

Office, No, 49 Central Street, Lowell 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Parraloe. XaikctTilKw 

United States 5-20 Bonds, f 13,200 00 f 15,345 (^ 

" 10-40 Bonds, .... 500 00 566 55 

" Bonds of 1881, .... 2,550 00 2,989 cS8 



ii 



116,250 00 f 18,901 13 
County and Town Bonds : — 

Lyon County (Kansas) Bond, .... f 1,000 00 *f750 00 

Edwardsville Town (111.) Bond, . . . 1,000 00 980 00 

?2,000 00 11,7*3 (JO 
Railroad Stocks : — 

Parval. Market TtL Tottl 
per share, per share, llftifcet taL 

29 shares Vermont and Canada Railroad, . . f 100 f 48 f 1,39^ Oo 
6 " Vermont and Mass. Railroad, . .100 80 480 i)i^ 



|1^2 W 



Other Corporate Stocks : — 
4 shares Massachusetts Manuf ^g Company, . f 1,000 11,100 f4,400 (X 
7 " Lowell Manufacturing Company, . 690 750 5,250 1« 



* Value not returned. 



t9,G50 



««' 



I.] INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Other Assets and Pi'operty owned by the Company; — 

3 furniture, . . . |10 00 

SuuuAKY OF Assets, Deceuber 31, 1873. 

market valoe of U. S. eecarides, . . tl8,901 13 

County and town bonds 1,730 00 

Railroad stocks 1,872 00 

Otlier corporate stocks, .... 9,650 00 

on hiLDd ia the officii of the Company, . 31 63 

deposited in the First National Bank, . 103 00 
deposited in the Lowell Institution for 

•ings 600 00 

! and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

of collection 410 28 

ast (not included above) dno and not paid, 

3.50 ; ftccmed but not due, ?250, . . 1,043 60 

ther assets and property, . (10 00 

Jross present Assets, 

LlABlUTIES. 

ited losses and claims, due and unpaid, . (1,486 00 
int required to re-insure all ontstanding 
IS. taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
red on unexpired Are risks, . . . 9,192 10 
n premiums or cash dividends of profits 
laid on t«rminated policies, . . . 98 64 

and local taxes, due or accrued, . , 22 62 

ther debts and obligations; viz., office, 
ncy and incidental expenses, ... 146 12 

rosa present Liabilities, .... -.. ■ 

urplufl, 



LYNN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LYNN. 

[Ineorponltd Vcbmr; HI, UlS. Oommsneed biulneu Angnit 1, U2S.] 

&fl B. Newhali, President. Secretary, W«. F. Johnsom. 

Office No. 2 Savings Bank Building, Lynn. 

Detailed Stateuent of Assets. 
«d States Securities owned by the Company :— 
! States C 
Bouds ; — 
:o Kircr Bonds, 
' LjDB Bonds, . 



(2.930 00 (2,910 00 



36 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIBE [Dec. 31, 

Natioiial Bank Stocks : — 

Paryal. Market ral. Ton! 
per Shan, perabare. JbikdnL 

50 shares First National Bank, Lynn, . . (100 (116 (o^OO 00 

80 " National City Bank, Lynn, . . 100 130 3,900 00 

5 " Central National Bank, Lynn, . . 100 130 650 00 

(10^ Q(^ 
Railroad Bonds : — 

Eastern Railroad Bonds, (100 (105 (630 00 

_ I 

Cash Loans : — 

CasbTahK. 

Loaned on personal security, (1,800 00 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Office furniture and safe, .... (600 00 

SUMHABY OF ASSETS, DeCEMBEB 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first Hens),* (2,500 00 

Cash market value of United States securities, 11,200 00 

City bonds, 2,910 00 

National bank stocks, .... 10^350 00 

Railroad bonds, 630 00 

Other cash loans, 1,300 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 1,450 00 
Cash deposited in the Lynn Five Cent Savings 

Bank, . 1,000 00 

Cash deposited in the Lynn Listitution for Sav- 
ings, 1,000 00 

Cash deposited in the Salem Savings Bank, . 800 00 
Interest (not included above) accrued but not 

due, 828 40 

All other assets and property, . . (600 00 

Gross present Assets, (33,968 40 

Liabilities. 

Claims for losses disputed or resisted, . (500 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at fifty per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, , . 15,072 11 

Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies, 272 43 

Gross present Liabilities, .... — .._ 15^ 54 

Surplus, (18,123 J^ 

* Valae of lands mortgaged, WX» M 

Valao of buildings thereon, ifiOt^ 

Total value of property mortgaged, $7,000 00 

Amount of insurance held as oollateral, 2,M0 C» 



INSURANCE (XJMPANIES. 



ISACHUSETTS MXTTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[iDoonwnUd I>««n))er 21, 1971. Comoieaiwd btuineu Jmniur; 1, 1§I3.] 

, B. CuuiNGS, Pregident. Secretary, John M. Corbett. 

Office, So. 39 Court Street, Boston. 

Detailed Statehent op Absets. 
7 Bonds and Loans : — 



if Charlestown Bonds, 
Boston Bonds, 
Cambridge Notes, . 



ional Bank Stocks:— 



(10,000 00 (9,900 00 
13,000 00 12,740 00 
16,000 00 16,000 00 



139,000 00 138,640 00 



lares Tremont National Bank, Boston, . |I00 (117 (17,560 00 



Hamilton National Bank, Boston, 
Merchants' National Bank, Boston, . 
National Union Bank, Boston, 
New England Nat'l Bank, Boston, . 
Columbian National Bank, Boston, 
Globe National Bank, Boston, . 
National Webster Bonk, Boston, 



100 130i 13,050 00 

100 145 10,150 00 

100 136 21,600 00 

100 132 13,200 00 

100 127 3,175 00 

100 99 9,900 00 



rn Railroad Bonds, .... 

Ti Ri^lroad Bonds 

>lony and Newport Railroad Bonds, 



(io,o6o 00 

15,000 00 

1.000 00 



HukH iiliM. 

(9,800 00 

14,560 00 

985 00 



1 L>oans : — 

if Old Colony Railroad Company, 



StnuABv OP Assets, Decehbeb 31, 1873. 
on mortgage of real estate (first liens)," (103,600 00 
narket value of city bonds and loans, 38,640 00 

National bank stocks, .... 98,225 00 
Railroad stocks and bonds, . . . 25,335 00 
oans 35,000 00 

mount carried forward, .... (290,700 00 

ot Uodi nwrtgiged, Vti.vn 00 

Df bnildlDgi tlienon 114,100 00 

}tal Tmlne of propvrty mortgafcd, . . |10A,OOO 00 

dtoflnninbBlHldunllitanl 10tfia><» 



38 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 

Amount brought forward, . . . (290,700 00 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 445 05 
Cash deposited in the New England Trast Co., 16,061 02 
Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 3,624 50 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 

(700 ; accrued but not due, (3,125.56, . . 3325 56 

Gross present Assets, (314,656 13 

Liabilities. 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, (92,242 24 

Gross present Liabilities, except Guarantee 
Capital, 92 942 24 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, (222,413 89 

Guarantee Capital, 200,000 00 

Surplus over Guarantee Capital, (22,413 89 



MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY, WORCESTER. 

[Incorporated April 1, 1846. CommcDced bosineM Jannary 1, 1847.] 

Isaac Davis, President Secretary, Elijah B. Stoddard. 

Office, No, 240 Main Street, Worcester. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 

Par value. Market talat. 

United States 5-20 Bonds (Registered), . . (1,000 00 (i,lM 00 

City and Town Bonds and Loans : — 

Lawrence City Bonds, (10,000 00 (9,118 38 

Worcester City Bonds, 36,000 00 35,000 00 

Cambridge City Loan, 10,000 00 10,000 00 

Worcester Cit}' Loan, ..... 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Marlboro' Town Bond, 8,000 00 3,000 00 

(78,000 00 (77.113 38 
National Bank Stocks t — 

Parval. Market vaL TWal 
perahare. po'ahare. Marfcctnl. 

8 shares Quinsigamond KatU B'k, Worcester, (100 (134 (1,072 00 

20 " Central National Bank, Worcester, . 100 135 2,700 00 

3 " Mechanics' Natl Bank, Worcester, . 100 135 1,755 00 

(5,527 00 
Railroad Bonds : — 

Far valoe. Maxtit Tttec 

Worcester and Nashua Railroad Bonds, . . (20,000 00 (19,500 00 

Loan, . 25,000 00 25,000 00 

(45,000 00 144,500 00 



U tt li 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



sh Loans : — 

Bd on personal security, .... 
other Property owned by the Company :~ 



furniture and supplies 



. f 600 00 



SUUUABT OF A^ET3, Deoeuber 31, 1873. 
market yalne of nnencnmbered real estate 
ned by the Company, 
i on mortgage of real estate (first liens),' 
market value of United States 

City and town bonds and loans, 

National bank stocks, 

Bailroad slocks and bonds, 

deposited in the Quinslgamond Kat'l B'k, 
deposited in the First National Bank, 
mount due from agents for premiums cot- 
ted during the year, . 
iMt (not included above) due and not paid, 
her assets and propei-ty, . . (500 00 
irosa present Assets |2i 

LlABILTTIBS. 

s and claims a^usted, but not yet due, . (5,736 S8 
int required to re-insure all outstanding 
9, taken at GO per cent, of premiums re- 
ed on unexpired fire risks, . . 138,194 36 
to cover con- 

45,000 OOt 

115 00 



160,000 00 
6,350 00 
1,150 00 

77,113 38 
6,527 00 

44,500 00 
8,000 00 
9,562 26 
8,000 00 

3,093 00 

900 00 



n prominms on settled, cancelled 

3ered policies, .... 

u premiums or cash dividends of profits 



330 13 



terminated policies, 
rosa present Liabilities 179,366 3 

arplus, (34,839 2 




40 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIEE [Dec. 31, 

MERRIMACK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT, 

ANDOVER. 

[Inoorpormied Febraary 7, 1828. Commenced boBineM April 1, 1828.] 

N. W. Hazen, President. Secretary, Samuel Gray. 

Office at Andover, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company :— 

P*r Tftlne. Market rtlM. 

United States Registered Bonds, . . . |27,000 00 |3O,780 00 

State, City and Town Bonds and Loans : — 

State of Maine Bonds, (10,000 00 f 9,950 00 

Cincinnati City Bonds, 4,000 00 4,100 00 

Albany City Bonds, 10,000 00 9,400 00 

Boston City Bonds, 2,000 00 1,963 00 

St. Louis City Bonds, 6,000 00 6,280 00 

Charlestown City Bonds, 5,000 00 4,750 00 

Norwich City Bonds, 6.000 00 6,000 00 

Chicago Water Bonds, 12,000 00 11,460 00 

Methuen Town Loan, 5,000 00 5,000 00 

169,000 00 166,902 0<D 
Railroad Bonds : — 

Boston and Maine Railroad Bonds, . (5,000 00 (5,050 00 

Boston and Providence Railroad Bonds, . . 6,000 00 6,125 00 

(10,000 00 (10,176 00 
OHier Corporate Securities : — 
Archibald Wheel Company^s note, (4,000 00 

SUMHABT OF AjSSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (4,000 00 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . 30,780 00 
Cash market value of State, city and to^wn 

bonds and loans, 56,902 00 

Railroad bonds, 10,175 00 

Other corporate securities, . . . 4,000 00 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 138 20 
Cash deposited in the Andover Nat'l Bank, . 8,921 22 
Cash deposited in the Andover Savings Bank, . 1,000 00 
Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 7^37 58 

Interest (not included above) accrued but not 

due, 1,003 63 

Gross present Assets, __^ (124,767 63 

Amount carried forward, (124,767 63 

* Value of lands mortgaged, ^ Wi M 

Value of buildings thereon, 5,^ 00 

Total value of property mortgaged, $8,000 09 

Amount of insurance held as collateral, « . \ y^ qo 



INSUBANCB COMPANIES. 



ount brought forwara 




tl24,7S7 63 


nd claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 


#4,087 00 




br losses disputed or resisted, 


4,000 00 




required to re-inaure all ooUtanding 






taken at 50 per cent, of premiums i-e- 






on unexpired fire risks, 


67,417 43 




premiums or cash dividends of profits 






d on terminated policies. 


1,200 27 








76,704 75 




■plus 







rESEX MUTUAL HRE INSLItANCE COMPANY, CONCORD. 

[iDCorponMd Uorch D, ISM. Coomieitud boalneu Usrcb SB. ISM.] 

: Il£Y>v uuD, PretideiU. Secretary, Ricuard Barrett. 

Office ai Concord. 
Detailed Statehekt of Assets. 



1 Town Loan #4,000 00 

1,600 00 









»5,500 00 


nal Bank Stocks :— 










FUTlt 


Uiirke< T.I. Tomi 




perahin. 


pcrihira 


MirtietTM. 


■es Merchants' National Bank, Boston, 


(100 


♦ 131i 


f 1,972 50 


Webster National Bank, Boston, 


100 


102 


4,080 00 


Eliot National Bank. Boston, . 


100 


lUi 


2356 25 


Boston National Bank, Boston, 


100 


1221 


6,492 .'.0 


Howard National Bank, Boston, 


100 


109 


5386 00 


Revere National Bank, Boston, 


100 


116 


4,640 00 


Blackstone National Bank, Boston, 


100 


137 


6,850 00 


Sbawmnt National Bank, Boston, 


100 


118 


13,334 00 


State National Bank, Boston, . 


100 


105 


1390 00 


Faneuil Hall National Bank, Boston 


100 


143 


2360 00 


North America Nat'l Bank, Boston 


100 


100 


4.400 00 


Concord National Bank. Concord, 


100 


120 


3,960 00 
159,221 :;.-. 


ad Stocks and Bonds :— 








s Boston and Albany Railroad, . 


|100 


|13S>i 


»5,580 CO 


Fitchburg Railroad, . 


100 


126 


2,760 ( 










more Railroad, 


50 


54 


2.700 00 


ra Railroad Bond, 


1,000 


98 


980 00 


a and Albany Railroad Bonds, . 


1,000 


I02( 


41,100 00 


6 






(53,110 00 



42 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL. FIRE [Dec. 31, 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

* 

80 shares American Powder Company, . 
5 " Exchange National Bank, Boston, . 
155 " North Chicago Rolling Mill, . 
10 Bonds Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galves- 
ton Railroad, .... 
5 shares Union Market National Bank, . 



Other Cash Loans : — 



Market Taloe. 

t8,000 00 

845 00 

15,500 00 

3,500 00 
500 00 

(28,345 00 



Loaned thomt 

500 00 



} 



Loaned on personal security, 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 



17,000 00 

400 00 
(22;900 00 

Cadinhe. 

125,500 00 



Office furniture and safe, 



Summary of Assets, December 
Cash market value of unencumbered real estate 
owned by the Company, .... 
Loans on moiligage of real estate (first liens),* 
Cash market value of town loans, . 
National bank stocks. 
Railroad stocks and bonds, 
Cash loans on collateral security, 
Other cash loans, .... 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 
Cash deposited in the Concord NatU Bank, 
Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 

Interest (not included above) duo and not paid, 

f 1,262.50 ; accrued but not due, f 1,739, 
All other assets and property, . . (800 00 
Gross present Assets, 

Liabilities. 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 
adjusted, 

Claims for losses disputed or resisted. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks. 

Return premiums or cash dividends of profits 
unpaid on terminated policies. 

State and local taxes, due or accrued. 

Gross present Liabilities, . . • . 



(800 00 
31, 1873. 

(12,696 15 
61,800 00 

5,500 00 
59,221 25 
53,110 00 
22,900 00 
25,500 00 

3,595 51 
10,445 98 

9,611 69 

3,001 50 



(2,000 00 
1,200 00 


118,548 67 


398 33 
73 33 



(267,88i<^ 



117 930 S3 



Surplus, (150,161 &5 

* Value of londa mortgaged, • ... ^USfi ^ 

Value of buildings thereon, W^H^ M 

Total value of property mortgaged, f]M,5Si) 0C 

Amount of insurance bold as collateral, .... * fli,;s M 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



ORD MUTIJAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, MILFORD. 

(iDcorponUd April 30, 1SS1. CommeDcsd biulnaa JiDau7, 1, 18&2.] 

A. Cook, PrMidaU., Secretary, George G. Fabker. 

Office, No. 2 Waahinfflon Block. 

Detailed Stateuekt ov Assets. 
n&l Bank Stocks : — 

» Mitford National Bonk, . . . flOO fVdO fl,300 00 
Hide and Leather Nail B'k, Boatoa, 100 115 1,035 00 

{2,335 00 
Loans : — 
on pecsoaal eecarity, (4,000 00 

ber Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
iroiture, (100 00 

SUMHAKT OF Assets, Deceuber 31, 1878. 

irket value of national bank stocks, . (2,335 00 

^h loans 4,000 00 

hand in tbe office of the Company, . 234 02 
uat due from agents for premiums col- 

during the year, 198 59 

id other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

collection 286 79 

(not included above) due and not paid, 

.ccrued but not dne, (78, ... 126 00 

: assets and property, . . (100 00 

ts present Assets, (7,180 40 

LiABiUTiBa. 
or losses disputed or resisted, . (232 50 
required to re-insure all outstanding; 
ttken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
on unexpired fire risks, , . . 3,794 95 
remiums or cash dividends of profits 
on terminated policies, ... 66 78 
s present Liabilities, 4,093 23 



(3,087 17 



44 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31. 

MILL OWNERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTOS. 

» 

[Incorporated June 13, 1873. Ck>ininenced businees August 1, 1873.] 

Wm. H. Kent, President. Secretary, Fbed'k S. Caboi. 

Office^ Merchants^ Exchange, Boston, 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . f^^^ 24 

Cash deposited in the National Eagle Bank, . 886 30 

Cash deposited in the Now England Trust Co. 
Bank, 10,000 00 

Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 173 70 

All other assets and property; viz., 

office furniture, .... (200 00 
Gross present Assets, |11,255 -4 

Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fii*e risks, . . . (6,544 29 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., office, 
agency and incidental expenses, . . . 100 00 
Gross present Liabilities, .... 6,644 S 

Surplus, |4,610?5 



MUTUAL FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD. 

[Incorporated February, 1827. Commeneod bualoen July, 1837.] 

Wabneb C. Sturtevant, President. Secretary, Lewis A. Tifh. 

Office, corner Main and Elm Streets, SpringfUld. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

United States 5-20 Bonds, 1862, . 

1865,. 
" " " 1867,. 
" 6 per cent. Bonds, 1881, 

(15,500 00 (17,535 i" 



it 



Far ▼aloe. 


HutciTUV 


(6,500 00 


(7.S4-5 '* 


6,000 00 


6.7*^"' '» 


2,000 00 


^^\ '" 


1,000 00 


l,!^''* •" 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Banlc Stocks :— 

Pur Til. MirkdTil. Toul 

iecond Natl Bank, Springfield, . flOO fl70 f 12,750 00 

rhicopee Nutional Bank, Springfield, 100 150 9,150 00 

Fohn Hancock Nat'l B'k, Springfield, 100 120 1,800 00 

Jonson National Bank, MoDSon, , 100 110 1,100 00 

'iret National Bank, Chioopee,. . 100 150 1,600 00 

Jadley Falls Nat'l Bank, Holyoke, . 100 140 7,000 00 

'fatioual Bank of Commerce, Boalon, 100 120 7,920 00 
;50 per cent, paid) Chapia Banking 
st Company, Springfield, . 



Stocks:— 
}oston and Albany Railroad Co., . (100 (135 ' 

IS held as Collateral for Cash Loans :; — 

First National Bank, Springfield, f8<500 00 

Second National Bank, Springfield, . 1,700 00 



100 115 2375 00 
(44,095 00 
(6,760 00 



isli Loans ; — 
personal secmity, . 

Sumuar of Assets, Deceuber 31, 1873. 

mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (11,000 00 

:et value of U. S. securities, . . 17,536 00 

Lonal bank stocks, .... 44,095 00 

i-oad stocks 6,750 00 

I on collateral security, . . . 8,200 00 

L loans 2,600 00 

md in the office of the Company, . 64 06 

sited in the Chicopee Nat'l Bank, . 600 00 
lOt included above) accrued bat not 

720 57 

present Assets, 

Liabilities. 
iquired to re-insure all outstanding 
ien at 50 per cent, of premioms re- 
n unexpired fire risks, 
imiuras or cash dividends of profits 
in terminated policies, 
present Liabilities, . 



(7,000 00 
1,200 00 

(8,200 00 
(2,500 00 



46 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



MUTUAL PROTECTION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT, 

CHARLESTOWN. 



[Incorporated 1861. Oommenood baalnefls July, 7BH.] 

Amos Stone, President, Secretary y John R. Woistox. 

Office^ No. 1 Chelsea Street^ CharUstown, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

PtfTalne. Mnkfltnht 

United States 6 per cent Bonds, 1881, . (3,000 00 |3,000 <» 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company :— 
Office furniture and property, . . (100 00 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* (2,020 00 

Cash market value of U. S. securities, . . 3,000 00 

Cash deposited in the Charlestown Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 11,249 35 

Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, ...... 647 86 

Interest (not included above) due and not paid, 170 80 

All other assets and property, . . (100 00 

Gross present Assets, 1 17,088 '^l 

LiABiLrriES. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . . (8,868 35 

Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies, 57 75 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 8|926 1" 

Surplus, |8,1619^ 



* Value of lands mortgaged, |2^ * 

Value of buildings thereon, 4jm M 

Total value of property mortgaged, ^^^ 

Amount of insurance held as collateral, 4^^ 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



AL SAFETY FIRE INSUEANCE COMPANY, WAKEFIELD. 

[locarporaMd April, 1U3. Commtneed bulniH Vaj, 1B6&] 

PuiUNTON, Pnsident. Secretary, Nathaniel Class. 

Office, Main Street, Wakefield. 

s Company cfaargos a cash premium Eideqante for e>;pen3es only, 
lies upon assessments on Ueposit notes to pay losses.] 

ScHHABv OF Assets, Deceubeb 31, 1873. 
a hand in tlie office of the Company, . f21S 66 
er as'ts and proply, (office safe), (76 00 
OSS present Assets, (218 68 

Liabilities. 
od local taxes, due or accraed, . ■ |0 96 
er debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 
; legal services, (200, .... 346 00 
OSS present Liabilities (346 96 



URYPORT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW- 
BURYPORT. 

[iDcanxinted Ftbrnsrjt ll, ISD. Commenced boilacu Hn; 1, IBIS.] 

JOYES, President. Secretary, Joseph J. Enapp. 

Office, No. 27 Slate Street, Newburyport. 

Detailed Stateuent of Assets. 
Sonda: — 

Lo^'ell 6 per cent Bonds, 
nal Bank Stocks : — 

■es Merchants' Katl B'k, Newburyport, 
Mechanics' NatU Bit, 
Ocean National Bank, 
Washington Nat'l B'k, 

ad Bonds: — 

Bailroad 6 per cent Bonds, . 



Cash Loans; — 

Steam Mills, demand notes. 



r>r Tilai. 

. (2,000 00 


(1,919 33 


PirrlL lUrtrtTi 
per .horn, pcr.lian 

ryport, (20 (26 
. 100 130 


iL Tolll 
: Miirkct Til. 

(2,600 00 
2,340 00 


. 50 66 

. 100 130 


2,015 00 

1,950 00 




(8,805 00 


(3,600 00 
2,000 00 


Uirtcl Tilm. 

(3,430 00 
1,980 00 


(6,500 00 


(5,410 00 




Cob Tuliw. 

(1,390 00 



48 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of city bonds, 
National bank stocks, 
Railroad bonds, .... 

Other cash loans, 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 
Cash deposited in the Merchants^ Nat^l Bank, 
Cash deposited in the Newburyport Institution 

for Saving^, 

Cash deposited in the Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Interest (not included above) accrued, but not 

due, . 

Gross present Assets, 



tl,919 33 


8305 00 


5,410 00 


1.390 00 


35 10 


400 00 


1,000 00 


600 00 


174 00 



tl9,73S 43 



Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks. 

Return pi*emiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies, 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., rents, f 10 ; 

salaries, |75, 

Gross present Liabilities, .... 



14,327 57 
82 89 
85 00 



4,4^0 46 



Surplus, 115,237 97 



NORFOLK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, DEDHAM. 

[Incorporated Febmary 12, 1825. Gommenced busiiieM Jn\j 1, 1SS&.] 

Iba Cleveland, President, Secretary^ Geobge D. Gobdox. 

C^ce, High Street, Dedham, 



Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Par value. 

United States 5-20 6 per cent Bonds of 1865, . f 39,000 00 






City Bonds : — 
Chicago 7 per cent. Bonds, .... 

Railroad Bonds : — 

Philadelphia and Reading Railroad 1st Mort- 
gage Bonds, 

Marquette and Ontonagon RaUroad 1st Mort- 
gage Bonds, 



17,000 00 16,790 CO 



18,000 00 18,000 Oij 
32,000 00 80,720 Ot' 



140,000 00 tSS,720 CO 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 49 



1 as Collatoral for Cash Loans :— 

zm New Hampshire R. R., . f 7,490 00 fS.OOO 00 
uQ National Bank, ... 625 00 500 00 

t8,116 00 f5,.W0 00 
lans: — 
inal eecnrity f400 00 

owing the Company: — 

ccrued, #937 60 

tniMiBT OF Assets, December 81, 1873 
ue of onencumbcred real estate 

Company 1 17 ,000 00 

ige of real estate (first liens),* 95,350 00 

ue of U. S. securities, . 44,850 00 

s 6,790 00 

bonds 38,720 00 

)llateral security, . . . 6,500 00 

i 400 00 

a the Dedham National Bank, 9,121 54 
from agents for premiums col- 

the year 11,673 08 

ing the Company, . . . 337 SO 

luded above) due and not ptud, 

I but not due, (3,465.93, . , 3,947 92 

nt Assets |233,590 04 

LuBUJTiES. 

as adjusted, bnt not yet due, . (275 00 

id and supposed losses not yet 

400 00 

d to re-insure all ootstanding 

; 50 per cent, of premiums re- 

ipired fire risks, . . 126,777 76 

IS on settled, cancelled or sur- 

lies, 268 90 

la or caiih dividends of profits 

minated polioies, , . . 8,095 78 

and obligations; viz., salaries, 825 00 

nt liabilities, .... 136,632 44 

(96,957 60 



I thnvon l«,TM m 

properlr mortgnged, |ll«,tt0 00 

■n beld u collsuril , . . . . M,i)tt 00 

r 



50 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 31, 



QUINCY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, QUINCY. 

[iDcorporated March 22, 1851. Commenced badneaa 1851.] 

Israel W. Munkoe, President Secretary, Chasles A. Howlaxd. 

Office at Quincy, 



Detailed^ Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

Par valae. 

United States 6 pr ct. Registered Bonds of 1881, f 10,000 00 

6-20 Registered Bonds, . . 10,(X)0 00 

6-20 " " . ' . 20,000 00 

6-20 " " . . 6,000 00 



ti 



«i 



(( 



II 



ti 



II 



MaitctTilM. 

{11,662 50 

11,250 00 

23,100 00 

6,775 00 

(51,787 50 

14350 CiO 
10.000 00 

%nm c<o 

National Bank Stocks : — 

ParrftL XaifeetTaL Told 
persbars. per share. MaiteCvaL 

200 shares Manufacturers' Nat'l Bank, Boston, (100 (103 (20,600 00 



City and Town Bonds and Loans : — 
City of Cambridge Bonds, gold, 
Town of Qiiincy Loan, . . 



(46,000 00 
(5,000 00 



16 
16 
140 
17 
42 



100 136 2,040 0) 

100 105 1^75 CiO 

100 160 22.400 00 

100 135 2.295 '» 

70 97i 4/395 'X^ 

(53,005 00 
Railroad Stocks : — 

100 shares Old Colony and Newport Railroad. (100 (llOJ (11,050 C) 

60 " Boston and Albany Railroad, . . 100 138^ 6,912 oO 



Third National Bank, Boston, . 
State National Bank, Boston, . 
Mt. Wollaston Nat'l Bank, Quincy, 
National Granite Bank, Quincy, 
Hingham National Bank, Hingham 



Other Corporate Stocks': — 
6 shares Citizens' Gas-Light Co., Quincy,. 

Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 

100 shares First National Bank, So. Weymouth 

21 

30 

20 

20 
107 



II 



II 



II 



II 



Washington National Bank, Boston 
Atlas National Bank, Boston, . 
Market National Bank, Boston, 
No. America National B'k, Boston 
Hingham Cordage Company, . 



(17,962 50 
(100 (200 (1,000 c^:) 

Martcet raloe. Loaned ttcnos- 

(13,000 00 (10,000 '>-• 
2,835 00 ^ 
3,450 00 ^^ .. 

2,240 oof ^•^^^■ 
2,200 00 j 
14.980 00 10,000 •>' 



Other Cash Loans : — 
Loaned on personal security. 



(38,706 00 (29,100 C-' 



OMkTtlai. 

(470 73 



INSUSANCE COMPANIES. 



other Assets and Property owned by tbe Companj : 



SuMMART OF Assets, Decekbek 31, 1873. 






ed by the Company, 


t8,300 00 


on mortgage of real estate (first liAs),* 


49,660 00 


market Talue of U, S. securiUes, . 


51,787 60 


City and town bonds and loans, 


14350 00 


National bank stocks, . 


63,005 00 


Railroad stocks, .... 


17,962 60 


Other corporate stocks, . 


1,000 00 


oans on collateral security. 


29,100 00 


cash loans 


470 73 


on hand in the ofBce of the Company, 


605 00 


leposited in the Manufacturers' Nat'l B'k 


5,000 00 


eposited in the Mt. WoUaston Nal'I B'k 


1,261 oe 


deposited in the Shoe and Leathe 




onal (Boston) Bank, 


7,479 93 


mount due from agents for premiums col 




ed during the year, .... 


14,389 65 


3l (not iocltided above) due and not paid 




J ; accrued but not due, #5,286.87, . 


6,712 87 


her assets and property, . .(1,606 6S 




ross present Assets. .... 


•260,564 14 



LlABItmES. 

} and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 
ed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 



all outstanding 
of premiums re- 



nt required t 

s, taken at 50 per cent 

ed on unexpired fire r 

1 premiums or cash dividends of profits 

aid on terminated policies, 

liUd local taxes, due or accrued, 

ler debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 

>.34; office, agency and incidental ei- 

ie9,|l00 

ross present Liabilities, . , . . 



irplos, 153,582 49 



of bnUdingi tlicTeoD, 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE [Dec. 5 



SALEM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, SALEM. 

[iDEorponMd April IT, IBSS. CommcDced bnilD«* Ittj, ina.] 

SABLES S. NiCH(»j, Tmident. Secretary, Williah S. Felt 

O^ee, No. 97 Washington Stnet, ScOwi. 

Detajlks Statement op Assets. 



ity of Chicago 7 per ceot. Bonds, . . . |1,000 00 
" Fortemoutli 6 per cent. Bonds, . . 1,000 00 
" St Louis, . . ■ . . 1.000 00 



f 3,000 00 %i'iX, 



National Bank Stock ;— 



I shares Salem National Bank, . . flOO |122 (2,440 

Railroad Bonds : — 

utem Railroad 7 per cent. Bond, . . %lfiOO 00 f960 

}sex " 6 ■' " . . . - 900 

fl,860 

Otlier Corporate Stocks : — 

Put*!. HufcMTiL TM 
IMTibm. p«r.b«n. MmW 

ahu«s Salem Gas Light Company, . (100 $123 fSlS 

" Lynn Gas Light Company, . . 100 100 ^f*:. 

Other Demands owing the Company :— 

Dcollecled asscssm'ts, due and oollectible, [[estimated net), t35< 

Sduuart or Assets, Deceubeb 31, 1873. 

)ans on mortgage of real estate (first liens),* $5,300 00 

ish market value of city bonds, . 2,735 00 

National bank stock 2,440 00 

Railroad bonds, 1,860 00 

Other corporate stocks 815 00 

uh on hand in the office of the Company, . 3,869 15 
»t amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected durbg the year GO 30 

Amount carried forxoard, .... f 17 ,079 i5 

Valtw of lutdt maTtt*<ind, gi; 

ITalna of buUdini*. 4, 

ToUl tbIdb or praportr mortgl^vd (H, 

^inoiuitotiiinimHialidducollMtnl (^ 



^ INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Amount brought forward, .... f 17,07! 

e nnd other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

) of collectioa, 98! 

r demands owing the Company, , . 35< 
'est (not included above) due and not paid, 

S.50 ; twcnied but not due, f 244.39, . . 28( 

Gross preaent Assets, ... . 

LlABIUTIEa. 

ned, reported and supposed losses, not jet 

[usted fl,52J 

unt required to re-insure all outstanding 
ks, taken at 50 per cent of premiums ro- 
ved OR unexpired fire risks, . . 12,75! 
m premiums or cash dividends of profits 
paid on terminated policies, ... 85) 
and local taxes, due or accrued, . . 1' 
ther debts and obligations; viz., salaries, 
t5; office, agencj and incidental e 



s present Liabilities, 



iarplus, (3,148 3 



JSBURY AND AHESBURY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF AMESBURY. 

flneorpantcd Uu; IS, ISU. Ooinmenced bTulneu Seccmbar 1, lUEI.] 

D L. Deabbokn, President. Secretary, Wu. C. Bimnet. 

Cffflee, at Amesbury. 

ScHiiABY or Assets, Deceubbb 31, 1873. 
deposited in the Powow River Nat'l B'k, (151 92 
deposited in the Salisbury and Amesbury 

logs Bank, 2,563 96 

mount due from agents for premiums col- 

ed during the year, 83 44 

and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

of collection, 95 00 

!st (not included above) accrued but -not 

50 00 

her assets and prop'ty, office safe, (100 00 

rosa present Assets, (2,944 32 

mount carried forward, . (2,944 32 



54 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL F 

Amount brought forward, 

Ijabiuties. 
Amount required to re insure all outstAoding 
risks, taken at 50 per ceut. of premiums re- 
ceiTcd on unexpired Are risks, , . . f 1,G 
Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies 

Returo premiums or casli dividends of proSta 

unpaid on termiu.ited policies. 
All other dobts and obligations; tiz., salaries, 
(50 ; oflice, agency and incidental expenses, 

»15 

Gros3 present Liabilities, .... - 

Siirplu 



SAUGUS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMP^ 

[Ipcorporntcd Fcbnur; 21, KiH ComincDFi>d builnm J. 

Haruon Hall, President. Secretary, Wii 

Office, at Satigus. 

[Note. — This Comp.iny insures nothing but dwellii 
and their contents, in Lynn, Saugus, Lynnfield, Swam] 
No cash premiums :ii-e taken, but assessments are ma< 
to pay losses and expenses, All policies are issued . 

SuMMAKY OP Assets, Deceuuer 31, 1 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . JS 

Net amount of unpaid assessments on premium 
or deposit notes held by the Company, do- 
ducting probable cost of colleclion, . . 2 
All other assets and jiroperty, (office safes and 

furnilui-c,) fiOO 00 

Gross present Assets, 

Liabilities. 
Owing for borrowed money, secured by direc- 
tors" notes, (2,; 

Gross present Liabilities, , . . . . 



.] INSURANCE COMPANIES. 55 

HBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOUTH- 
BRIDGE. 

[iDcorpontcd Unnh IT, 1870. Commenced buiIncH Jans 1, ini.] 

Bartholouew, Frcsidcnt. SeerUary, E. M, Puilups. 

Office at Souihbridge. 
SUKHART OF Assets, December 31, 1873. 
market value of town loan, , . . #800 00 

911 hand in the office of the Company, . 191 88 

deposited in the Southbridge NrCI Bank, 286 Go 

800 00 
:3t (not included above) due ttnd not paid, 14 80 

thcr assets and property (office prop- 

■) %lo 00 

TOSS present Assets, . ... . , ^ #2,093 38 

Liabilities. 
nt required to re-insure all outstanding 
B, taken at 60 per cent, of premiums re- 
ed on unexpired fire risks, . . . (904 69 
thcr debts and obligiitions ; viz., rents, 
; office, agency and incidental expenses. 



s present LiabilitJes, 



rrU DANVERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
' PEABODY. 

(iDcorpomUid faat i% \WB. Coaimcnced bnilncu Anguit 1, Ig».] 

B. Eluot, President. Secretary, George A. Osborne. 

Office at Peabody. 

Detailed Statement op Assets. 
od Stat«s Securities owned by the Company ; — 

PirTilnii. Miirkel Tiloe. 

I States 5-SO Bonds (6,000 00 tG,l>84 00 

onal Bank Stocks : — 

ThtU. UukatTiIt Totil 

res Warren National Bank, Peabody, . flOO |ld5 f 6,480 00 
South Danvers Nat'l Bank, Peabody, '"" ' " " '"' '"■ 
First National Bank, Danvcrs, . 
AsiaUc National Bank, Salem, . 
Nanmkcag National Bank, Salem, 
National Exchange Bank, Salem, 
First Niitional Bank, Saletn, 
Nat't Hide and Leather Bank, Boston, 
Andover National Bank, Andovor, 



, 100 


145 


6,.525 00 


76 


90 


3,060 00 


30 


37 


1,887 00 


100 


138 


2,760 00 


. 100 


118 


2,124 00 


. 100 


1S5 


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, 100 


114 


3.420 00 


100 


120 


960 00 



56 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL 

Railroad Bonds :— 
Eitstem Railroad Bonds, , 

Summary of Assets, December 3] 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (firet liens). 
Cash market value of U. S. securities, . 
National bank stocks. 
Railroad bonds, , . * ' ' 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company 
Cash deposited in the So. Da.ive.^ Kafl Bank' • 
Interest (not included above) due and not paid' ' 
fli ; accrued but not due, <46.67 
Gvoss present Assets, . 

I-IABIUTIES. 

M'usted losses and claims, due and unpaid i 

Amount required to re-insure all oMtsUuding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums r^ 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, . ,„ 

Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies, 
Stat« and loeal taxes, due or accrued" " ' 
All other debts and obligations ; viz!, salaries! 

Gross present Liabilities. . . 

Surplus, . 



TRADERS- AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COM 

[In™T»r.W ]M8. Cdnuoeooed bn.lne„ Jub^ i 

CHARi^B.CoBui»,.i..e.We... Secnla^, 

Offict, No. 27 UeMral SlreU, Lowel 

Detailed Stateuest of Assets 
United States Securities owned by the Company:- 

United States Registered Bonds, 1867, . . jg^ 
Countj-, City and Town Bonds :— 

Cook County (111.) Bonds, . ,„ ., 

City of Lynn Bonds, . , . ' ' ' ^ '^ 
" Boston Bonds, . ' * ' ' ^'^^ 
" Salem Bonds, . ' ' ' " ^'**'- 
" Cambridge Bonds, . \ ' ' ^''^ 
" Cincinnati Bonds, , * " ' ^'"^ 

" Lowell Bonds, ' * ' ■ ■ -.00 

Village of St. Albans Bonds, .' .' \ \ j'JJ 

♦28,501 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



oad Stocks and BoDde : — 

PiTTiL VukctnL Total 
pcrilius. pcrahm. lIuketYil. 

res Connecticut lUver Railroad, . . (100 (125 (6,2G0 00 
' Klichigan Central Railroad, . . 100 78 4,050 00 
mont and Mass. Railroad Bonds, . . - - 2,375 00 

tl2,681 00 
r Corporate Stocka :— 

res Lowell Manufacturing Company, . f690 (700 (2,100 00 

' Merrimack " " . 1,000 1,655 12,440 00 

' Suffolk and Tremont Mills, . 100 126 3,760 00 

' Vassalboro' Woolen Mills, . 100 100 6,000 00 

' Traders' and Mechanics' Ins. Co., . 100 100 10,000 00 

(33,290 00 
rities held as Collateral for Cash Ixians : — 

ires Traders' and Mechanics' Ins. Co., . (5,000 00 (4,000 00 

SlTHHiLRT OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

}n mortgage of real estate, (Sret liens),* (65,500 00 

larket value of United Stales secnritieB, 6,714 00 

:^ounty. city and town bonds, . . . 27,075 00 

tailroad stocks and bond 12,681 00 

Jther corporate stocks 33,290 00 

IADS on collateral secnrily, . , . 4,000 00 

epositcd in the Prescott Nat'l Bank, . 4,463 32 
lount due from agents for premiums col- 

d during the year 7,129 53 

ind other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

f collection 313 50 

it (not included above), due and not piud, 

.34; accrued but not due, (738.91, . 1,267 25 

'OSS present Assets __^ (162,463 60 

LlABtUTIBS. 

and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (403 54 

It required to re-insure all outstanding 
I. taken at 50 per cent, of premioms re- 
^ on unexpii-ed fire risks, . . . 122,196 66 

premiums or cash dividends of profits 
liid on terminated policies, . . 477 25 

her debts and obligatione; Yiz., rents, 

salaries, (348; office, agency and inci- 

al expenses, (136 528 00 

■OSS present LiabililieB, .... 123,607 36 

irplus, (38,846 26 

of Iwdi mortgiged, •ST.Ma 00 

of bniWInpi Ihereon 110,100 CO 

tal «lne of property mortg*f«d tis7,SM) DO 

It of iBunne* held u ooUaUnl, Slk,SM 00 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL 



WESTFIELD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE ( 
. FIELD. 

[Incorporalcd Mareb 30, 1S6£. GommeDced bnilnsu Ni 

JAHE9 H. Waterman, President. Secretary, 

Office, at Westficld. 

Detailed Statement of Assei 
United States Securities owned by the Company :- 

United States 5-20 bonds f ; 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Comj 



SuUKAJiY OF Assets, December 31, 

Cish market value of U. S. securities, . . (] 
Cjish on hand in tlie office of the Company, , ] 
Cash deposited in the Wcstfleld Savings Bank, 1 
Cash deposited in the Woronoeo Savings Bank, 1 
Interest (not included above) accrued, but not 

All other nssots and property, . . $390 00 

Gross present Assets — 

Liabilities. 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, taken at 50 per cent, of prcmim 

ceived on unexpired fire risks, 
Rotui-Q premiums or cash dividends of profits 

unpaid on terminated policies. 
State and local taxes due or accrued. 
All other debts and obligations ; viz., due di- 

Gi'oss present Liabilities, . 
Balance against tiie Company, . 



WESTFORD MUTUAL FIRP: INSURANCE COMF 

[Inoorporaloi Uarcb 2D, 18W. CommenMd buiLness ; 

Allan Camekon, President. Secreti 

Office, at Wcslford Centre. 

Detailed Statement op Asset 
Town Loan : — 



Town of Westford Loan, . 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 59 

CllbTlhH. 

in personal security, ' #060 00 

SUHHARY OF ASSETS, DECEUBEB 31, 1673. 

rket value of town loans, . f1,960 00 

US. G60 00 

hand in the office of the Company, . 384 72 

losited in the City Institution of Sav- 

«well, 780 10 

wsitcd in the Five Cents Savinga Bank, 1,319 97 
lositeil in the Middlesex Institution of 

:s, ConconI 622 00 

losited in the Merrimack River Sav- 
ant 254,00 

unt of unpaid assessments on premi- 

' deposit notes held by the Compiiuy, 

ing probable cost of collection, . . 7 28 

(not included above) due and not paid, 

cnied but not due 435 00 

iS present Assets |6,3I3 07 

Liabilities. 
nd claims adjusted, but not yet due, . (2,400 00 
required to re-insure all outstanding 
akcn at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
on unexpired lire risks, . . . 3,755 78 
# present Liabilities, .... fi,1fi5 78 



lus #167 29 



fEWBURY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WEST 
NE^yBURY. 

[Incorponilcd Febniu; 8, ISIS. CaDimcDCCd biulimg April, 1S2S.] 

TLE. PreaidenL Secretary, JouM C. Cabb. 

Office, Main Street, West Newbury. 

. — This Company charges no cash premium, but relies upon 
nts on deposit notes to pay losses and expenses as they occur.] 

SuiiMAKT OF Assets, Deceubeb 31, 1673. 

band in the office of the Company, . |50 00 
assets and property, office safe, (60 00 

a pi-esent Assets, (50 00 

Liabilities. 
r borrowed money, secured by Treas- 

lote (1,693 19 

s present Liabilities . — . (1,693 19 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAI 



WEYMOUTH AND BRAINTREE MUTUAL 
COMPANY, WEYMOUTH 

[InForpomlcd Ftbruuy 20, 1S33. Corameaced bnalni 

N. L, White, President. Seen 

Offitx at Wtymouth. 

Detailed Stateuekt of Ass 
Railroad Bonds : — 

Central Pacific Railroad Bonds, 
Union Pacific Railroad Bonds, .... 
Danville, Urbanaami BloomingtonB.R. Bonds, 
Burlington, Cedar Rapids nod Minnesota R. R. 
Bonds, 



Cash Loans : — 
Loaned on personal security 

All other Assets and Property owned by the Coi 
Safe, office furniture and fixtures. 

Summary of Assets, Deceubeb : 
Cash market value of railroad bonds, . . \ 

Casii loans, 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 
Net amount due from agents for premiums col- 
lected during the year, 

All other assets and property, . . (375 00 
Gross present Assets, — 

LlABILITtES. 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, Ijiken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks. 
Gross present Liabilities - 

Surplus, 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



MUTUAL FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY, WHATELY. 

murpontedUif 13, 1SI3. Commenced bnilnsH Hay IS, 1873.] 

VELL, President. Seentary, Sauuel Lesube. 

Oj^ce ai Whately, Mast. 

This Companj insui-es dwelling-houses, farm-buildings and 
y, in the town of Whately, under sectioD 10, chapter 376, 
] 

SmcMARi OF Assets, Deceuber SI, 1873. 
d in the office of the Companj, . (348 69 
-esent Assets |348 69 

LlAHIUTIES. 

KJittJ and supposed losses, not yet 

|2,200 00 

uired to re-insure all outstanding 

n at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 

unespired fire risks, ... 177 55 

-esent LiabiliHea 3,977 fi6 

against the Company, 12,028 86 



!R MANUl'ACTUREBS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. WORCESTER. 

[iDconwnUd ISU. Oommeiic«dbD^DeHlS«>.] 

EtiCB, Presuieni. Secretary, Georue J. Mowkt, 

Office, No. 448 Main Street. 

Dbtailbd Statement of Assets. 
,tes Securities owned by tiie Company : — 

Tn lalne. If >rt«t Tilne. 

B 6 per cent. Bonds of 1381, . . f 24,000 00 (28,920 00 

tank Stocks:— 

ty National Bank of Worcester, . flOO (132 (7,020 CO 

tonds : — 

Albany Railroad Bonds, . . (100 (105 (13,650 10 

1 Canada Railroad Bonds, . . 100 100 13,000 00 

(26,6.W 00 
bio, (16,000 00 



62 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL 

SuuMART OF Assets, Deceiebes £ 
Cash mnrket value of U. S. securities, . , ( 

NutionftI bank stocks 

Rnikoftd boods; 

Cash loans, 

C^h on hand in tlie office of tlie Company, . 
Cash ileposiled in the Worcester Safe Deposit 

and Trust Company, 

Gross present Assets, — 

LlABIUTIES. 

Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, , 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at 50 per cent of premiums re- 
ceived on unexpired fire risks, 

Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
i-cndcred policies 

All other debts and obligations; viz., salaries, . 
Gross present Liabilities, ■ . . . — 

Surplus 



WORCESTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURAI 
WORCESTER. 

[IncorporatPd Fcbrgary U, 1M3. Commenced boiin 

Anthony Ciia.se, Presidenl. SecreCari 

Office, No. 377 Main Street, Wor 

Detailed Stateuent of Assi 
United States Securities owned by the Company 

United Slates Bonds, 1881 

Town Loan : — 
Southborougli Town Loan, , . , . f 

National Bank Stocks ;— 

170 shares Worcester National Bank, 

132 " City National Bank, Woi-cester, 

60 " Citizens' National Bank, Worcester, 

22 " Central National Bank, Worcester, 

67 " Mechanies' Nat'l Bank, Worcester, . 

45 " Qiiinsigamond Niit'l B'k, Worcester, 

40 " Fitchburg National B'k, Fitchburg, 

15 " Blaokstone Nat'l Bank, Blackstone, 

20 " Oxfoi-d National Bank, Oxford, 

15 " Grafton National Bank, Grafton, 

15 " Southbridgo Nat'l B'k, SoutJibridge, 

10 " Westboi-o' Nat'l Bank, Westboro', . 



MSUKANCE COMPANIES. 



ro&d Bonds ; — 
Paj^ififi Railroad Bond, 



eld as Collateral for Cash Loans 

jrcester Gas-Light Company, 
:t and Nashua Railvoad, 
:r Gas-Light Company, 
ichanics' National Bank, 
rwich and Worcester RaUroad, 



?18,00l) 00 ♦15,000 00 

2,025 00 1.200 00 

1300 00 1,600 00 

1,400 00 1,000 00 

520 00 400 00 



123,745 00 fl9,10U DO 



Loans :— 

rsonal secuiity, f41J585 00 

ssets and Property owned by the Company : — 
e and fixtures fl,000 00 

SmniABY oit Assets, Deceubek 31, 1873. 
ralue of unencumbered real estate 

10 Company t75,0O0 00 

towage of real estate (first liens),* 137,208 81 

i-alue of U. S. securities, . . 8,200 03 

oans 17,000 00 

11 bank stocks, . ... 81,550 00 
d bonds 2,000 (JO 

collateral security, . . . 19,100 00 



41,585 00 



in the office of the Company, and 

bank 5,059 65 

Deluded above) due and not paid, 

. but Dot due, .... 8,0C6 48 

:s and property, . .f 1,000 00 



LUBILTTIES. 

3 and churns, due and uapud, 
lims adjusted, but not yet due, . 
cted and supposed losses, not yet 

red to re-insare all outstanding 
at 60 per cent of premiums re- 
lexpired fire risks, 
sent Liabilities, .... 



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from all other sources, . ' ' 



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deposit notes received during the year, . 

risks written during the rear, 

risks terminated during the year 

losses incurred during the year, , 
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assessments actually laid during the year. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

rUAL MARINE AND FIEE-MAMNE 
NSUEANCE COMPANIES. 



i> Statememt of Assets and Liabilities, wtth Abstract 
OF Annual Stateuents, for the Year ending 
December 31, 1673. 



MASS. MUTUAL MARINE 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS A 



ATLANTIC MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE 
PANY, PROVINCETOWN 

llncorporawd April 13, 1864. Commeaced bDaliicn 

Joshua Paine, President. Secrelai 

Office, No. 83 Commercial Str< 

Detailed Statement of Ass 
United States Securities owned by the Company 

United States Bonds of 1881 

City Bonds : — 

Chicago City Bonds { 

National Banli Stocks: — 

45 sltares National Republic Bank, Boston, . ? 

73 " Freeman's National Bank, Boston, . 

20 " National Revere Bank, Boston, 

16 " Hide and Leather Nat'l B'k, Boston, 

30 " First National Bank, Provincetown, . 

15 " Traders' National Bank, Boston, 

15 " State National Bank, Boston, 

Railroad Stocks and Bonds:— 
80 sliares Cticago and Northwestern Railroad, % 

16 " Boston and Albany Railroad, . 
Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Minnesota Rail- 
road ]at Morlgago Bonds 

Michigan Air Line R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds, 
West Wisconsin Railroad 1st Mortgage Bonds, 
Connecticut Western R. R. 1st Mort. Bonds, 



Otlier Corporate Securities :- 
Portland Water Co.'s Bonds. 
" " " Scrip, 



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ash Loans ; — 

ned on personal security, |3,4M(i 35 

11 other Assets and Property owned by the Company ; — 

ip helJ by the Company f223 00 

ce furuiiure, 275 95 



SuuMART OF Assets, Deceuber 
ib market value of U. S. securitios. 

City bonda, 

National bnnk stocks. 

Railroad stocks and bonds, 

Other corporate stocks, bonds and 



sh loans, ...... 

sh OD hand in the office of the Company, 

sh dv|K>sited in the First Kational Bank, 
it amount due from ageiits forpi-emiums col- 
leoied during the year, . . . '. 
emiun] notes taken foi m.'krine and inland 

risks, not yet due 

«mium notes taken for niariDe and ii 
risks, overdue and not paid, . 
Sec and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, ..... 
spnid stock or subscription notes on time, not 
eieeeding 12 months, not yet due, #98,500 
overdue but collectible on demand, fl,600, 
.Ivages and savings on losses already paid, 
tcrest (not included above) due and not paid, 
(1,2G3.75 ; accrued but not due, ^927 .66, 
I other assets and property, . . (40S 
Gross present Assets, .... 

LlABIUTIES, 

ijusted losses and claims, due and unpaid, . 
isses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . 
ish dividends to subscribers, declared and 

unpaid, 

nount required to re-insure all outstnnding 
risks, taken at the full amount of premiums 
received on marine and inland risks Dot 

marked off, 

le or to become due to other corporaUona for 
premiums, 



81, 1873. 

#9,600 00 
■ 9,500 00 
26,978 00 
28,690 00 



1,924 20 
3,4% 35 
1,626 36 
2,856 15 

6,156 82 

28,91.^ 55 

4,918 29 

550 04 



f 1,564 51 
1,.W0 00 



21,651 33 
400 79 



AjmntTtti carried forward, . 



#25,236 30 #222,602 17 



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Amounts brougM forward, .... f 25,236 30 ^222,602 17 
State and local taxes, due or accrued, . . 78 32 

All otJier debts and obligatioYis ; viz., salaries, 
|400 ; office, agency and incidental expenses, 

f oOO, 900 00 

Gross present Liabilities, except Guarantee 
Fund and Scrip, 26,214 62 



Surplus as regards Policy-holdera, 



. f li)G,:>sT 55 



Stock-note Guarantee Fund, .... f 100,000 00 
Scrip outstanding, 72,104 00 



Surplus over Guarantee Fund and Scrip, . 



172,104 )» 
f 24;J83 00 



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BOYLSTON MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated December 26, 1872. CommeDced business January 8, 1873.] 

Joseph W. Balch, Prestdent. Secretary, Noah S. jEy)fzr. 

Office, No. 45 Stale Street, Boston, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company : — 

United States 5-20 Bonds of 1867, . 



Par value. Market vihs 
f2,000 00 |2,ol5 ^^) 



City Loans : — 
City of Fall River Note, . 

National Bank Stocks : — 

75 shares Washington Natitnal Bank, 
266 " Columbian National Bank, 
200 " Tremont National Bank, . 



f 50,t»} W 



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per share, per share. Mari.:t viL 

. f 100 f 140 ?1U,:/H) Cirl 

. 100 1.^2 a=),n2 •") 

. 100 116 23,2Cm <"-> 



168,812 t.*> 



Railroad Stocks and Bonds : — 

200 shares Fitchburg Railroad, . . . . flOO fl25 f 25/kh3 00 
307 " Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balti- 
more Railroad, .... 
200 " Boston and Albany Railroad, . 
200 " Boston and Providence Railroad, . 
Boston and Providence R. R. 7 per cent. Bonds, 

" Note, . 
Framingham and Lowell R. R. 7 per ct. Bonds, 



50 55} 17.115 25 

100 134 27,9<X> '0 

100 146J 2ii,;W '» 

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iritiea held as CollaUral for Cosb LoaoB 





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Boston 5 per cent. Bonds,. . 


(2,790 00 \ 
3,020 00/ 




if MoBsachusetts 5 per cent Bonda, 




States 6 per eenl. Bonds, 


2,931 25 


2,600 00 


'• 6-20 Bonds 


2,310 00 


2,000 00 


ares Boston and MalDu Railroad, . 


10,650 00 


10,000 00 


" Eastern Railroad, . 


66,610 00 


60,'JOOOO 


■n Railroad 7 per cent. Bonds, . 


31,200 00 


30,000 00 


Boston 6 per cent. Bonds, . 


6,510 00 


6,300 00 


res Third National Banit, Boston, . 


10,560 00 •, 




New England Insurance Company, 


3,750 00 \ 


26,000 00 




16,260 00 J 




Padfie Land Grant Bonds, . 


4,380 00 


2,000 00 


Income Bonds, . 


6,390 00 


4,00( 00 


b1 notes secured, .... 


1,6,000 00 


14,000 00 



(172,251 25 (151,600 00 



StiiDiAitT OF Assets, December 31, 1873. 

on mortage of real estate (first liens) ,* ( 1 24,000 00 

Mtkat value of U. S. securiUes, . . 2,316 00 

City loans 60,000 00 

National bank stocks 66,812 00 

Railroad stocks and bonds, . . . 251,666 25 

inns on collateral security, . . . 151,800 00 

n hand in the ofBce of the Company, . 11,666 07 

eposited in the Washington Nat'l Bank, 16,744 22 
im notes taken for marine and inland 

, not yet due, 166,836 37 

im notes taken for marine and inland 

, overdue and not paid, .... 5,071 70 

ind other premiums unpaid and in pruc- 

f collection 33,403 53 

Co become doe from other Companies 

2-insurance on losses alresdy paid, . 4,000 00 

stock or subscription notes on time, not 

^ing 12 months, not yet due, . . 470,600 00 
t (not included above) accrued but not 

8.074 64 

0S8 present Assets, (1,363,688 28 

lOHTtl earned forward, (1,363,688 28 

,f imd* uonglgf^, aiAooooo 

1 boUdlnti IbtKon, 111,000 00 

■I rala* of pnipTrt]i mongaced, $134,000 00 

n,000 00 



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94 MASS. MUTUAL MARINE AND [Dec. 31, 

Amount brought forward, fl, 060,68^ :'^ 

Liabilities. 

Claimed, repoited and supposed losses, not yet 

adjusted, f 23,0G5 80 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 287,879 06 

Return premiums on settled, cancelled or sur- 
rendered policies, 1,32166 

All other debts and obligations; viz., rents, 
?366.67 ; office, agency and incidental ex- 
penses, f 200, . . . ' . . . . 666 67 
Gross present Liabilities, except Guarantee 
Fund, 3i-_).h;^:] 11* 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, .... f l,Or»0,S)o "J 
Guarantee Fund, 1,00* »,''<"' '"* 

Surplus over Guarantee Fund, f o^.»>>j *'*» 



CHINA MUTUAL mSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated April 30, 1868. Commenced buBiness October, 1S55.] 

Francis Bacon, Presidefit. Secretary, George L. DEI.LOl^ 

Office, No. 52 State Street, Bostan, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
United States Securities owned by the Company: — 

Par value. Markci \ i" .♦ 

United States 6 per cent. Bonds, 1861, . . f 30,000 00 -f :ir.,' -i "• 
5-20 Bonds, 1865, . . . 6,000 00 TA'.^'.' "" 

5-20 Bonds, 1867, . . . 44,000 00 51/.»i"i <^ 



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Stxite and Town Bonds aid Loans : — 
Massachusetts Union Fund Bonds, . 
Medford Town Loan, 

National Bank Stocks : — 

100 shares Atlas National Bank, Boston, . 

100 " Old Boston National Bank, Boston, . 
Continental National Bank, Boston, 
Columbian National Bank, Boston, 
Commerce National Bank, Boston, 
Hide and Leather Natl B'k, Boston, 
Massachusetts Nat'l Bank, Boston, . 
North National Bank, Boston, 



f80,000 00 f'.iO,'." 



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300 
150 
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Parval. Market val. !■ ral 
per sbare. per share. M-r^' 1 1 u. 

flOO fll4 iUM-""" 

50 70 r,"") ■•• 

100 105 lO..-,!.". 

100 132 ;>I','i'^' '^' 

100 115 IT.iO' •' 

100 114 31.1""'^' 

250 305 4.^-"'" 

100 122 14/.P''" 



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AmmirU brought forward, . 

ihstTea New England Nat'l Bank, Boston, 
Republic Ntttional Baak, Boston, 
" Second National Bojik, Boston, 
" State National Bank, Boston, . 
" Tremont National Bank, Boston, 
" Webstei' National Bunk, Boston, 
" Washington National Bank, Boston, 



lilroad Stocks and Bonds : — 
ibares Boston and Albany Riiilroad, . 
" Boston and Providence Ruih-oad^ 
Boston and Lowell Railroad, . 
ern Railroad Bonds, 6 per cent., Regist'd, 
" 7 per cent. Coupon Bonds, 



. 1139,470 00 

}100 fl35 13,500 00 

100 128 38.400 00 

100 148 29,600 00 

100 lOo 3,150 00 

100 116 40,600 00 

100 102 30,600 00 

100 140 42,000 00 







?337,320 00 


. tioo 


?139 


(27,800 00 


. 100 


146 


17,620 00 


. 500 


555 


22,200 00 


. 35,000 


88 


30,800 00 


. 16,000 


97 


14,550 00 



her Corporate Stocks and Securities : — 

lares Relief Steamboat Company, 

ranee Scrip of other companies, 

a Mutual Insurance Co.'s Scrip, (1,113 00 



(9,500 00 (1,000 00 
12,310 00 9,848 00 



[mrities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 
hares Burlington and Missouri Railroad, 



■■(i States Bonds, 

ares Boston and Albany Railroad, 

issouri River and Fort Scott and Gulf R.R. 

Mortgage Bonds 6,000 00 

lion Pacific Railroad Bonds, . . . 7,100 00 \ 
ares Boylston Mutual Insurance Co., . 2,500 00 / 
isouri River and Fort Scott and Gulf R. 

Mortgage Bonds 1,000 00 \ 

ids Phila. and Reading Coal and Iron Co., 2,500 00/ 
1 Mutual Insurance Company's Scrip, . 44,000 00 



(9,400 00 



(8,500 DO 
2,500 00 
3,600 00 

5,000 00 
7,000 00 

3,000 00 
34,600 W 
(80,070' 00 (04,000 00 



ler Cash Loans :— 

ifaftiiring Co.'s Notes, with individual endorsement];, 

in Asylum and Farm School Corporation Not«s, . 
3d on iiersonal security, 



or Claims owing the Company r— 

use account, (1,273 62 



fi,n2 00 



96 MASS. MUTUAL MARINE 

SuuMABT OF Assets, Deceubeb 31 
Catih market value of U. S. eecurities, 
Suite and town bonds and loan?, 
Kittional bank stocks. 
Railroad stocks and bonds, 
Otiter corporate securities, 
Cash loans on collattTal securitj, 
Other cash loiins. 

Cash deposited in the C<)lumbian Nat'l Bunk, 
Premium notes taken for marine and inland 

risks, not j-el due, . 
Fremium notes titken for marine and inland 
risks, overdue and not paid, f 1,489.64. Ac- 
tual value thereof, . 
Salvages and savings on losses already paid, . 
Other claims owing the Company, 
Gross present Assets, . 

Liabilities. 

ClEumed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 
adjnsted, (71 

Amount required to re-insnre all outstanding 
risks, taken at Iho full amount of prvmioms 
received on marine and inland risks not 
marked oflf, 311 

Due or to become due to other companies for 
re-insurance premiums, ! 

Principal unpaid on scrip ordered to be re- 
deemed, ' 

Interest due or unpaid on scrip, . . . ; 

All other debts and obligations; viz., rents, 

#563 ; salaries, f i,260 

Gross present Liabilities, except Scrip, . — 

Surplus OS regards Policy-holders, . 
Scrip outstanding, 



Surplus over Scrip, 



FIRE-MARINE INS. COS. 



IMERCIAL MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW 
BEDFORD. 

[iDCDrponlcd Usrch IT, IS«3. CommenHd bnilDCH U117 1, IStS.] 

Tucker, President. Seeretary, C. R. TOCKEB, Jr. 

qgice, Ko. 33 North WaUr Street, New Bedford. 

SuMiuRT OF Assets, Deceuber 81, 1873. 

deposited in the Merchaots' Nat'l Bank, , f 1,401 15 

lium notes taten for marine and inland , 

ts, not yet due, 65,555 68 

iiim notes taken for marine and inland 
i», overdue and not paid, (16,330.41. Ac- 

1 value thereof, 15,730 41 

id subscription notes on time not exceed- 

12 months, not yet due, .... 199,000 00 

gas and EaTings on losses already paid, . 59 92 

I taken in payment of premium notes, . 5,031 80 

!ros3 present Assets, — 



. f286,778 86 

LlABILinZS. 

ted losses and claims, due and unpaid, . f27,150 88 
IS for losses disputed or resisted, . . 8,688 39 

g for borrowed money, 16,642 32 

divideuda to subscribers, declared and 

■aid, 150 00 

nt required to re-insure all outstanding 
s, taken at the flill amount of premiums 
^ived on marine and inland risks not 

■ked off, . . ' 65,555 68 

st due or unpaid on scrip, , . 291 48 

her debts aad obligations ; viz., rents, 
'.00; office, agency and incidental ex- 

ies, 140.50 . 177 60 

roas present Liabilities, except Guarantee 

Fund and Scrip, 118,406 15 

irplus as regards Policy-holders, (168372 71 

ntee Fimd, (199,000. 00 

outstanding 1S,G87 00 

(212,637 00 

et present Assets, 168,372 71 ' 

ipainoent of Guarantee Fund, (44,264 29 



98 



MASS. MUTUAL MARINE AND [Dec. 31, 



HINGIIAM AND COHASSET MUTUAL FISHING INSUILLXCi: 

COMPANY, COHASSET. 

[Incorporated February 12, 1852. Commenced buslncM Mardi 15, 1852.] 

Abraham H. Tower, President, Secretary^ Abraham H. Tower, Jr. 

Office at Cohasset, 

[Note. — This Company insures fishing vessels exclusively, and its 
business is fully closed in December of each year. The fund is coqiix'>^'1 
of shares of one thousand dollars each, and each member gives as i 
guarantee to the Company his note of two hundred dollars for esich ^hdre 
to which his certificate entitles him. Each member is required to in>[ire 
for seven-eighths the amount of his subscription. No one risk can ex- 
ceed tliirty-tive hundred dollars. Premiums commence in April at 4 jw: 
cent., and decrease, as the season advances, to 2^ per cent., wliiih i? rlk- 
lowest, and all risks that have not been previously cancelled exj)ire u\. 
the 30th day of November. Assessments for losses, &c., are made L»n t'.' 
notes, and each member is entitled to his proportion of the CompALVs 
earnings.] 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Pi-emium notes taken for marine and inland 
risks, not yet due, f3,583 88 

Unpaid subscription notes on time not exceed- 
ing 12 months, not yet due, .... 19,150 00 



Gross present Assets, , 



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?-J-2, 



I J." 



Liabilities. 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 

adjusted, f5,000 00 

Stiite and local taxes, due or accnied, . . 61 25 

All other debts and obligations ; viz., salaries, 
f 50 ; office, agency and incidental expenses, 

^'2b, 75 00 

Gross present Liabilities, .... — ^— fi.!:'- 



INDIA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[lacorporated March 29, 1867. Commenced business May 22, 1S6T.] 

John H. Dane, President. Secretary, William L. Cavfk: \ 

Office, No. 49 State Street, Boston. 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . $18,o7l 6fi 
Cash deposited in tlie Market National Bank, . 5,.*520 8'J 

Cash deposited in tlie Everett National Bank, . 4,3u7 7S 



Amount carried forward, . 



f 28,IM.K) 33 



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AuMunl brought forward, .... f 28,000 33 
Dium not«s btken for mArine and inUni] 

^ks, not yet. due 14 2, .^34 29 

e and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 

^ of collection 2,223 48 

aid subscription notes on time, not exceed- 

^ 12 months, not yet due, f21!>,50O; over- 

le and not paid, ?36,735.97, .... 256,235 97 

Gross present Assets, — ■ f428,993 07 

Liabilities. 
ned, reported and supposed losses not yet 

justed 127,200 00 

ng for borrowed money, secnred by sub- 
ription notes given as collateral, . . 30,000 00 

lunt required to re-insure alt outstanding 
:ks, taken at 50 per cent, of premiums re- 
ived on unexpired fire risks, and the Ml ' 
lount of premiums received on marine and 
land risks not marked off, .... 131,41008 
or to become due to other Companies for 

■insurance premiums 1,490 75 

ither debts and obligations ; viz., rents, . 1,000 00 
Gross present Liabilities, except Guarantee 
Fund 191,100 83 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, ^237^92 2i 

■ant«e Fund f256,235 97 

[>resent Assets, 237,892 24 

[mpairment of Guarantee Fund, . . f 18,343 73 



MKEAG MUTUAL FISHING INSURANCE COMPANY, SALEM. 

[iQcorponWJ April 21. IMS. ConuncDccd baalneu Uuth 1, 1«S9.] 

1, C. pBTTiNGEix, FresideiU. Stcrelary, Henry A. Brown, 

Oj^ee, m. 141 Washington Street, Sakm. 

OTE. — The fund is subscribed annually, in January, in shares of 
i eiich, for which a note for |200 is taken, upon which all assess- 
3 are made Each subscriber is required to insure at least seven- 
!xs of the amount he subscribes. No risk to excee<l fG.OOO. No 
Is are insured except fishing vessels. Assessments are made upon 
otes, from time to time, when needed to pay losses. Premiums 
lence in Febniarj- at seven per cent , and decrease as the season 
ices to four per cent, which is the lowest premium, All risks ter- 
e on the thirtieth d^iy of Novendicr in each year, and all business is 
[ btifore any risks are taken for another year.] 



100 MASS. MUTUAL MARINE 

SuuHAKT OP Assets, Deceuber 31 

Caah on hand in the office of the Company, . ? 

Gross present Assets, — 

Liabilities. 

State and local taxes, due or accrued. 

Gross pruseut Liabilities, .... — 



NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL INSURANCE CO? 

[Incorporaled Mnrch 23, 1872. CuduhdchI biuiDcta 

Gf.oroe C. Lord, President. Sccrc/ai 

Office, JS'o. 62 Slate Street, Soft 

Detailed Statement of Asse' 
Stocks and other Secuiities owned by the Conipar 

Boston and Maine K.iilroad Stock, 
Ogdensburg and Lnke Chiimplain PrePd Stock, 
National Hide and Lcatlier Bank Stock, 
National Revere Bank Stock, . 
National Republic Bank Stock,. 
Tradei-s' National Bank St<x-k, . 
Dry Goods Bank (New York) Stock 
Shawmut Nntioniil Bank Stock, 
Atlantic National Bank .Stock, . 
China Mutual Insurance Co.'s Scrip, 



Securities held as Collatonil for Cash Loans ; — 

Boston and Albany Riiilroad Stock, . . . ff 
National Bank of Uepublic f 



Other Cash Loans:— 
Bos^^n and M.iiiie Railroad Loai 
Boston nnd Lowell Kaili-oad Loa 
Loaned on persona! security, . 



All other Assets and Propertj owned by the Coiup 
Salvage on losses paid, ...... 

Sulfscription notu's to Preferred Permanent Fund, . 



1.] FIRE-MARINE INS. COS. 101 

SuMXART OF Assets, Decembeb 31, 1873. 
) on mortgages of re»I estate (first liens), 

luJiag interest due or accrued thereon,* . f 45,638 00 

market vatue of stocks and securities 
ned by the Company, .... 64,12500 
loans on coHateral security, . . . 9,000 00 

■ casli loans, 60,919 00 

on hand in the office of the Company, , 725 55 

deposited in the Second National Bank, 23.087 11 
•M due and accrued (not included above), 406 00 

inms in course of collection, . . . 13,774 96 
Lum notes taken for marine and inland 
:s, not yet due, f 136,797.84; overdue and 

paid, 11,864.81 198,662 66 

her assets and property, .... 154,000 00 

Irosa present Assets (560,338 07 

Liabilities. 
led, reported and supposed 

«s, 131,400 00 

lalvage claims, . . . 4,000 00 

mount of unpaid losses, . |27,400 00 

nt required to re-insure all outstanding 

s 182,144 95 

ross present Liabilities, except Preferred 

Permanent Fund .209,544 95 

orpins as regards Policy-holders |3o0,793 12 

red Permanent Fund paid up, . . . |200,000 00 

riptjon notes, 150,000 00 

350,000 00 

arplus over Preferred Permanent Fund |793 12 



3AN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW BEDFORD-f 

[iDeorponitsd April IT, ISCB. CoDuneaced bnilneu Uvcb 1, ISM.) 

AH H. Taylor, President. Secrelaiy, Samlel H. Cook. 

Offiix, No. 37 North Water Street, New Bedford. 

Detailed Statement ov Assets. 
Mutual Insurance Company's scrip f 243 00 

oriandiniaRgiiged •TO.WO HO 

ofbulldlncatliercoD, 63,«« DO 

}lal nlue arpropn-t;mon«i«e<l tm.tXM 00 

nt or Irusriace held u coUuaral SG.OOO 00 



102 MASS. MUTUAL MAKIKE , 

Other Claims aod Demands owing the Company :■ 

Corporation notes, payable on demiiiiJ, . 
Biilance of amount due on account of assessment, . 



SL'iiMAiir OF Assets, December 3 
Cash market value of corporate securities. 
Cash on hand in t))e office of the Com[Kiny, 
Cash deposited in the Nat'l B'k of Commerce, 
Premium nol«s taken for marine and inland 

risks, overdue and not p^d, . . ' . 
Unpaid subscription notes on time not exceed- 
ing 12 raoDlbs, overdue but collectible on 

demand 

Other debts, claims, and demands oving the 

Company, 

Interest (not included above) accrned, but not 

Gross present Assets — 

Liabilities. 
Cash dividends to subscribers, declared and 

unpaid, 

Gross present Liabilities, except Guarantee 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, . 
Guarantee Fund, 

Surplus over Guarantee Fund, . 



PACIFIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 

[Incorporaled Mnrcb 29. 1858. Commeaced bDiincH X 

Fked'k Homer, President. Seerctary 

Office, No. 20 North Water Street, New 

SuMUART OF Assets, December 31 

Cash on hand in the ijffice of the Company, 

Cash de{>osited in tlie Mcrcliitnts' Nat'l Bunk, . 

Premium notes taken for marine and inland 

risk, overdue and not paid, f 3,905^1. Actual 

value thereof, 

Amount carried forward, . . . . f 

• Thlt CompaDf ceucd undcmriLlng, nnd oammcDCcd to ctoic 



,.] FIRE-MARINE MS. COS. 103 

Imoanl broiighi forward f 3,300 17 

id siihsci-iption notes, on time not eiceed- 

■ 12 months, not yet due 56,900 00 

Iross present Assets — f60,200 17 

LiutiLiTiEa. 
led, reported and supposed losses, not 

adjusted (12,000 00 

iroBs present Liabilities, except Gimranteo 
Fund, , . 12,000 00 

urplua as regards Policy-holders 1*8,200 17 

intee Fund (56,900 00 

resent Assets, 48,200 17 

mpftirmenl of Guarantee Fund, . . (8,699 83 



)N MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW BED- 
FORD. 

tliKorponUd Ibr 14. ISiL Commenced boilneii July, 1«H.] 

AS S. Hatuawat, President. Beerelarif, Walter P. Winsor, 

Opce, No. 38 North WaUr Street, New Bedford. 

Detailed STArEUENT or Assets. 
ion&l Bank Stocks : — 

PlFTBl. UirketTBL Total 

pcrilian. poribtn. HarMtit 

lares Mechanics' Natl B'k, New Bedford, (100 (133^ (26,700 00 
" National Bank of Commonwealth, 

New Bedford 100 127^ 10.455 00 

" Meruhanto' Nat'l B'k, New Bedford. 100 138 28,428 00 

" First National Bank, New Bedford, 100 121 20,328 00 

(85,911 00 

irities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

res Boston and Albany Railroad. . . (5,004 00 \ g^^QQ qq 
■higan Central Railroad Bond 920 00/ 

er Cash Loans t — 

d on personal security (109,968 49 

jr Debts owing the Company : — 

dao (280 00 



104 MASS. ISIUT.MAK.&F.-M. INS. CC 

SuMHABT OP Assets, Beceubkr 31, 
Cash market value of unencumbered real es- 

tiite owned by the Company, . . f I 

National bank stocks, . ... He 

Cash loans on collateral seenrity, . . . t 

Other cash loans lOt 

Cash on hand in the ofBee of the Company, . ( 
Cash deposited in the First NaUonal Bank, . i 
Cash deposited in the Nat'l B'k of Commerce, 2; 
Picmium notes taken for marine and inland 

risks, not yet due, 12-1 

Premium notes taken for marine and inland 
risks, ovenlue and not paid, f60,624.01. Ac- 
tual value thereof, . , . . . .5! 
Office and other premiums unpaid and in proc- 
ess of collection, 1 

Unpaid subscription notes on time not exceed- 
ing 12 months, not yet due, , ... 251 
Salvages and savings on losses already paid, . 
Other debts owing llie Company, 

Gross present Assets — 

Liabilities. 
Adjusted losses and claims, doe and unpaid, . ft 
Losses and claims adjusted, but not yet due, . i 
Claimed, reported and supposed losses, not yet 

adjusted, 6t 

Claims for losses dispnted or resisted, . . 6i 
Cash dividends to subscribers, declared and 

unpaid, I 

Amouut required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, taken at the full amoimt of premiums 
received ou marine and inland risks not 

marked off. 12' 

Principal unpaid on scrip ordered to be re- 
deemed 

Interest due or unpaid on scrip, . . . J 

SUitc and local taxes, due or accrued. 

All other debts and obligations; viz., rents, 

|95; salaries, JI66.67 

. Gross present Liabilities, except Guai-antee 

Fund and Scrip, 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, . 
Guarantee Fund, 

Scrip Reserve, 

Scrip, issued and authorized to be issued, 
wiiicii ims not been cancelled or ordered to 
be redeemed, 

Deficiency of Scrip Reserve, .... 



BSTRACT OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS. 



MASS. MDTUAL MAEINE 





8 

1 


88 S 2 3 

18. E I 8 
s- 1 1 S 


i 

!i 

5 


, , ,8 S S ,3 ,S, , , 

a 1 E. S i 

1 S 8 S S 


1 

u 

1 


888 a 2 gass 8 

S?i ' S g SSS2 ' 'a 
ij§ 1 1 |a"" " 




8 ss a s ,s ,s 

8 83 8 3 8 S 
8 |B g S 1 "> 




1 
1 

1 

J 
11 


■li 


LlABIUXIES. 

Income. 
Cash actually rec'd during the year for fire premiums, 
for marine pi-um'e, 
for interest or mortgaffes of real e.stiite, 
for interest aad dividends tfora other sources, 

for i-ents 

from all other sourecs, 



FIEE-MAEME INS. COS. 






i88S88iE , 



S.j|S,£.^|= 









£=1=3 



^ a i-.'=j ^ .= ■a ° ^ 
^ a fl £ SfMa -Ba 3 

I ^llllll^ll ...... 

:2 J S le<E5«Ea gS^SS^^ 



MASS. MUTUAL MARINE 



8ii 



5l 



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o^ If-! 
if ?-' 

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..=.1° •< >J 2 SSS 



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FIKE-MABINB INS. COS. 



SSSooS O 3 3 



!0 QOOOOO-TTS O 

i~ ooooootaooM 



I £. 






s o-(:.|-C.= ^.a « ^ I S-o-a"^ s 



J5 



n 



It 

II 



110 MASS. MUTUAL MARINE 



8 SK 



I i i 



' § 5 I ■ 



O O O 



.] FIEE-MABINE INS. COS. Ill 

S ,8 ,8 ,8 ,11 ,S8 , , .g ,^ 

s. I r " ~ ■ 



Sli9 
-'5 t^S. . 

I 5S 






|»S|I| 

illii 



1 1 



aj S 2 6-= 2 



MASS. MUTUAL MAEINE AND 



AGGREGATE. 



Whole amount of Guarantee Fund, 

in subscription notes, 
outstandJDg scrip not caacelled, 



Gross present Assets,' . 

LlABIUTIEa, 

Gross present Liabilities,' 



Income. 
Cash actually rec'd during tlie year for ilre premium: 
for marine preni'i 
for interest on mortgages (if real estate, 
for interest and dividends from other sources, 
from assessments on subscription notes, 

for rents, 

from all other sources 



IS Cash Income, 



Expenditures. 

Cash actually paid during the year for fire losses, 

for marine losses, . 
for bvokeragn and commissions on proraiuras, 
for salaries and compensation of officers and em- 

j)loy6s, 

paid during the year for dividends and ioterest to 

8ubscril)er8, 

for interest on borrowed money, not Included 

for State and local taices 

for the redemption of scrip, 

for interest paid to scripholders during the year, , 

for rents, 

incidental expenses, 



Gross Cash Expenditures 

Gekeral Items. 
Whole amount of fire risks outstanding at end of year, 
of marine risks outstanding at end of year^ , 
of fire risks written during the year, 
of marine risks written during the year, 



;-5IAEINE INS. COS. 
iREOATE — Concluded. 



I tcnninat«d during the year. 
Dated durJDg the year, . 
pi; during tlie year, 
rring diinng the year, . 
aiums not paid in cnsh—fire, 

iubscribers declared during 



'lared during the year, . 

redeemed during the year, 
m of investmonts, 
a of iDvestmenta, . 



1.233380 19 

2,955 65 

1,043,851 71 

42,625 00 

1/)00 00 
112,120 00 
110,830 00 
69.H2 00 

4,332 12 



MASSACHUSETTS 
OIKT-STOCK FIRE, MARDfE, AND FIRE-MARINE 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



AILED Statsueht of Assets and Liabilities, witii Abstract 
OF Aknual Stateuemts, for the Year ending 
December 31, 1873. 



116 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. 



AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated Jane 12, 1818. Commenood buslneta Jane, 1818.] 

Francis Peabody, President, Secretary^ J. W. Fma 

Office, No. 54 State Street, Boston, 







Detailed Statement of 


Assets. 




Stocks owned by the Company : — 












Parralue. 


MarkitTskc. 


444 shares Old Boston National Bank, 


. f 22,200 00 


f31,080 CO 


200 


(( 


Columbian National Bank, 


20,000 00 


26,200(0 


45 


(t 


National Eagle Bank, 


4^500 00 


5,175 HO 


170 


ti 


Globe National Bank, 


17,000 00 


22,100 00 


142 


K 


Hamilton National Bank, 


14,200 00 


17,040 00 


62 


(I 


New England National Bank, 


6,200 00 


M^ ^ 


100 


(t 


Suffolk National Bank, . 


10,000 00 


13^00 


152 


t( 


State National Bank, 


15,200 00 


16,416 «• 


280 


(t 


National Union Bank, 


28,000 00 


40,600 « 


706 


it 


Boston and Albany Railroad, . 


70,600 00 


98,487 (*T 


11 


(t 


Boston and Lowell Railroad, . 


5,500 00 


5357^^ 


8 


i( 


Merrimac Manufacturing Company, 


8,000 00 


12,440 l^) 


67 


■ii 


Relief Steamboat Company, . 


2,200 00 


2,200 (W 



f 223,600 00 f 299,5^ o*' 
Cash Loans : — 

Loaned on personal security, f l,OiM) 00 



All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Rents due and accrued, 



GuliTtlae. 

to75 tO 



Summary of Assets, December 81, 1873. 

Cash market value of unencumbered real es- 
tate owned by tlie Company, 
Stocks owned by the Company, 

Cash loans, 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 
Cash deposited in Old Boston National Bank, 



Amount carried forward. 



185,000 00 

299,589 50 

1,000 00 

862 90 

29,835 34 



1415,787 74 



73.] AND FIRE-IURINE INS. COS. 117 

Amoant brought forward, .... f 415,787 74 

miumsincourseof collection (pet), . . 7^292 83 
mium notes taken for marine and inland 
isks, not yet due, f 118,063 13 ; overdue, and 

oE paid, 414,355.12, 132,338 25 

other assets and property, .... 575 00 

Gross present Assets, f555.993 82 

Liabilities. 
istcd losses and claims, un- 

tid ♦7.098 26 

med, reported and supposed 

saes 28,404 69 

il ara't of losses and ^aims, f35,502 95 
I re-irsurance, .f 1,269 53 
age claims, . . 1,406 87 

2.676 40 

amoant of unpaid losses, . f32,826 55 

tunt required to re-insnre all outstanding 

its, 173,357 65 

and accrued for rents, salaries, and otlier 
isceltaneous expenses, . , . . 3,950 00 

for borrowed money, 35,000 00 

)ther dtibts and obligations; viz , interest 

bon-owed money, f 885.68; due for re- 

nrance, f3,fX)6.33 3392 01 

iross present Liabilities, except Capital 

Stock, 249,026 91 

US as #gard3 Policy-holders, (:)06,g67 61 

up Capital 300,000 00 

urplua over Capital, f l>,967 61 



BEVERLY INSURANCE COMPANY, BEVERLY. 

[Iiicorponted IB£3. Commenced builncH Jsnnurf, 1SS3.] 

K W. CuoATE, J'regid^jit. Seerelary, Sauuel J. Foster, 

Office, at Beverly. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
;l£S and Bonds owned by the Company:- 

ares Beverly National Bank, . 
" Nautnkeag National Bank, 
" Revere National Bank, . 
" Mercantile National Bank, 

mounls carried forward, . 



rarTDiDs. 


M.rt*t"lBe. 


. (12,600 00 


f 16,7.58 00 


7,!J00 00 


11,100 00 


4,000 00 


4,720 00 


4,000 00 


5,000 00 


. J28,100 00 


?37,578 00 



118 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 

Amounts hrtmght forward, .... f 28,100 00 f 37^78 00 

40 shares l^Ierchants' National Bank, . . 2,000 00 2,600 00 

20 " Traders' National Bank, . . . 2,000 00 2^ W 

17 " National Grand Bank, . . . 1,700 00 2,210 00 

15 " Hide and Leather National Bank, . 1,500 00 1,725 00 

5 " Eagle National Bank, . . . 500 00 585 00 

2 " . First National Bank, ... 200 00 270 00 

5 " Great Falls and Conway Railroad, . 500 00 460 W 

2 " Portland, Saco and Portsmouth R. R., 200 00 260 00 

2 Eastern Railroad Bonds, .... 2,000 00 2,000 00 

t38,7oo 00 \^%m ^ 

Cash Loans : — 

CuhnlK. 

Loaned on personal security, |49U 00 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 
including interest due or accrued thereon,* ^2,712 04 

Cash market value of stocks and bonds owned 
by the Company, 49388 00 

Cash loans, 490 00 

Premiums in course of collection (net), , . 974 00 

Premium notes taken for marine and inland 
risks, not yet due, f 3,768 ; overdue and not 
paid, f 674, . . • . . . . . 4,442 00 
Gross present Assets, f58^ '^^ 

Liabilities. 

Net amount of unpaid losses, .... f 1,300 00 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 2,912 00 

Due for borrowed money, 253 54 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, 4,465 54 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, 154,040 li) 

Paid-up Capital, 50,(XjO w 

Surplus over Capital, f 4,040 > 

♦ Value of lands mortga^d, |S,tX>0 * 

Value of buildings thereon, S,*^ ^ 

Total value of property mortgaged |9i'^ '^' 



AND FIRE-MAKINE INS. COS. 



WEIXING-HOUSE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorpomrd DMcmtifT SO, IBTS. Commenced buiincu Janaacy 9, I8I3.] 

K Wu. IIOBART, President. Secretari/, Henhy F. Pebkins. 

Office, No. 29 Stale Street, Boston. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
:s. Bonds and other Securities owned by the Company : — 



.rea Second KiLtianal Bank, . 

at and filnss. Rnilroiid 7 per cent. Bonds, 

I Railroikd 7 per cent. Bonds, 

ver City I^an, 

idge City Loan, 

ille City Loan, 

Town Loan 

rj-port Town Loan 

and Lowell Railroad Loan, . 

intal Mills Loan, 



rities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 

idge City 6 per cent Bonds, . 

States 6 jMr cent. Bonds of 1881, . 

,res Second National Bank, . 

" Burlington and Missouri Railroad, 

•e Railroad 6 per cent. Bonds, 

es Second National Bank, 



f 10,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 



f 15,000 00 
.^,000 00 
6,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 
li,-X)0 00 
10,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 





? 107,000 00 


" ),.Art™i«. 


LaiiKl tliirMn. 


. |5C,400 00 


f 50,000 00 


. 29,312 60 


25,000 00 


. 24,000 00 


20,000 00 


13.354 00 


10,000 00 


9,187 60 


6,000 00 


7,500 00 


5,000 00 



Cash Loans : — 

on personal security, 



(13y,6o* 00 fll5,000 00 
15,000 00 



SUMMABT OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

tn mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

ding interest due or accrued thereon,* . ^124,897 57 

larket value of stocks and bonds owned 

e Company, 107,000 00 

ans on collateral security, . . . 115,000 00 

ash loans, 6,000 00 

1 hand in the office of the Company, . 100 00 

tount carried forward, .... {351,99767 

.f Inndi mortgigsd $160,01)0.00 

if bulti11n(ather»ii lfiT,<NO 00 

Mi Tnlne of nongagrd propertr (311,000 00 

t «r lugnDW iHld ■• mllaUroI 103,000 00 



120 IVIASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 

Amount brought forward^ .... f 35 1,997 57 
Cash deposited in Second National Bank, . 5,332 84 
Interest due and accrued (not included above), 23S4 42 
Premiums in course of collection (net), . . 2,409 51 

Gross present Assets, ^362,624 S4 

Liabilities. 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, f51,117 70 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, 51,117 70 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f31 1^506 64 

Paid-up Capital, 300,000 W 

Surplus over Capital, } 11,506 W 



ELIOT INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Ineorporatcd December 31, 1672. Commenced basinem Jaooary 4, 1873.} ' 

Georoe a. Curtis, President. Secretary, William M. Latheop. 

Office, State Street, Boston, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
Stocks and Bonds owned by the Company : — 

City of Salem 5 per cent. Bonds, 

City of Cambridge 5 per cent Bonds, 

Town of Northampton 6 per cent. Bonds, 

Eastern Railroad 7 per cent. Bonds, . 

Worcester and Nashua R. R. 7 per cent. Bonds, 

Eastern Railroad 7 per cent. Bonds, . 

25 shares Norwich and Worcester ILiilroad, . 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 

United States 5-20 Bonds, .... 

" 6 per cent. Bonds, 1881, 
City of Cleveland Bonds, .... 
Portland Bonds, .... 
Belftist Bonds, .... 
35 shares Bates Manufacturing Company, 
100 ** Metropolitan Railroad Company, 
250 " Boston and Maine Railroad, . 



«i 



k( 



;SETS. 

Par ralne. 


]Caftft\-t}fl« 


f 4,000 00 


\^,m "*-' 


11,000 00 


9,570 « 


33,000 00 


30,030 rt) 


12,000 00 


12,000 TN} 


10,000 00 


10,100 C<C' 


25,000 00 


25,000 '>■' 


2y500 00 


3,200 CO 


♦97,500 00 


193.300 O^J 


Market ▼aln«. LoMied tiim<0' 


f 23,700 00 


♦20,00^) *A^ 


6,000 00 


5,000 rt' 


9,100 00 


^^y^ t.-"' 


1,920 00 \ 
90 00/ 


2,003 •>• 


3,430 00 


3,^^ ''-^ 


4,800 00 


5,0130 ««' 


26,600 00 


25,000 iVi 



175,640 00 ^67,303 «"> 



173.] AND FIRE-MAKINE INS. COS. 121 

Other Oftsh Loans : — 

isned on psrsonai security, (4,000 00 

SuuMART OF Assets, December 31, 1873. 
«iDS im mortgages of real estate (first lieDs), 

Including interest <lue or accrued Eheri'on,* . f8t,G09 41 
^ market value of stoclca, booda and se- 

:arities owned by the Conipftny, . . . 93,300 00 

sh loans on collateral security, . . . 67,300 00 

her cash loans, ■ 4,000 00 

sh on hand in the ofBce of the Company, . 13,.^08 40 

sh deposited in yarious banks, . . . 2,339 72 

«res( due and accrued (not included above), 2,316 39 

imiums in course of collection (net), . . 11,90.5 27 

Gross present Assets f278,279 19 

LlABIUTIES. 

t amount of unpaid tosses (2,000 00 

louut required to re-insure alt outstanding 

iBts 61,082 79 

e and accrued for rente, salaries and other 
aiscellimeous expenses, .... 75000 
Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock 53,S32 79 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders (224,440 40 

I-up Capital 200,000 00 

Surplus over Capital (24,416 40 



JITABLE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, PROVINCETOWN. 

[ [noonwrucd Fobruarf 10, 1B45. CoiDDHDced bnilDng February !0, ISU.] 

BUA E. BowLY, President. Secretary, Enos N. YouSO. 

Office, No. 186 Commercial Street, ProKiaeelown. 

Detailed Statei[e>t of Assets. 
ocks owned by the Company ; — 

ruTihu. Hirtrt Tiln*. 

shares Freeman's National Bank, Boston, . (12,000 00 (1-5,0110 00 
" First National Bank, Provincetown. 6,000 00 8,280 00 

(18,000 00 (23,280 00 

ae of Inofl. Diortgaged %H%.WO 00 

le of bulldlngi Ihereon 90,400 00 

r-jtul TnlneorniortgngodprolWrty, tlT3,50O0O 

lODt of iHunnahvld HWllBIenil, 02,800 00 



122 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of stocks owned by the 

Company, f 23,280 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 375 11 

Cash deposited in the First National Bank, 

Provincetown, 1,299 77 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . . 6,260 01 

Premium notes taken for marine and inland 

risks, not yet due, 9,07G 75 

Gross present Assets, ; {39,291 64 

Liabilities. 

Adjusted losses and claims unpaid, . . (1,733 88 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, . . 600 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 5,706 75 

Cash dividends to stockholders, declared and 

unpaid, 97 50 

Due and accrued for rents, salaries and other 

miscellaneous expenses, .... 470 00 
Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, 8,608 IS 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f'3i},^ ol 

Paid-up Capital, 17A^ "" 

Surplus overXapital, f 13,683 jl 



FANEUIL HALL INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated February, 1872. Commenced bnaincss March 12, 1S72.] 

K. S. Cuaffee, President. Secretary^ J. W. Kkslet. 

Office, No. 28 State Street, Boston. 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
Stocks and Bonds owned by the Company : — 

100 shares Globe National Bank, Boston, . 

100 " Howard National Bank, Boston, 

75 " Rockland National Bank, Boston, . 

95 " Hamilton National Bank, Boston, . 

58 " Hide and Leather Nat'l B'k, Boston, 

50 " Atlantic Nat'l Bank, Boston, . 

47 " Faneuil Hall NatU Bank, Boston, . 

30 " First National Bank, Newburyport, 

29 " Commerce National Bank, Boston, . 

20 ** Merchants^ National Bank, Boston, . 

Amounts carried forward, .... f G0,400 00 ?T6,J>a» «-*' 



»S£TS. 
rar raloe. 


M«it«t Tite^ 


f 10,0(X) 00 


f lo,^^^ •'" 


10,000 00 


11,4^X1 "«' 


7,.500 00 


12 'V» '" 


9,.500 00 


10,4(«J I*"' 


5,800 00 


6J)70 '»' 


5,0G0 00 


b't^) <V 


4,700 00 


C/>J^' "•-• 


3,000 00 


4.S60 «>' 


2,900 00 


3,770 C» 


2,000 00 


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Antounts brought forward, . 
! shu-es Masaacbuaetts Nat'l Bank, Boston, 
stem Railroad First Mortgage Bonds, . 
ston, Clinton nnd Fitchburg R. R Bonds, 
iminghnm and Lowell R. R. Bonda, 
y of Somerville Bonds, 



held as Collateral for Casb Loans 

'es Traders' National Bank, . 

Tremont National Bank, . 

Bnnker Hill National Bank, 

North National Bank, 

Boylston National Bank, . 

Briiwers' and Maltsters' Ina 
igbam and Lowell R R, 8 per ct. Bonds, 



(60,100 00 (76,630 00 

2,000 00 2,S10 00 

20,000 00 20,000 00 

10,000 00 9,000 00 

10,000 00 9,000 00 

25,000 00 25,000 00 



(127,400 00 (142,140 00 



Lmned Uianoo. 



480 00 

130 00 

4,900 00 

2,700 00 

960 00 



3,000 00 

2,500 OO 

900 00 



(11,140 00 (S,400 00 

Sduuary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 
JIB on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

iclnding interest due or accnied thereon,* . (93,372 70 
h market value of stouks aad bonds owned 

Y the Company 142,140 00 

li loans on eollateral Hccurity, . . . 8,400 00 

I) on blind in the office of the Company, . 1,817 20 

li deposited in various banks, . . . 5,316 79 

rest due and accrued (not included above), 1,621 34 

Diams in courae of collection (net), . . 19,522 78 

Gross present Asaeta (272,190 81 

Liabilities. 
isted losses and claims, unpaid, . (1,750 00 
med,reportodan<Isuppasedlassea, 1,400 00 

^t amount of unpaid lossea, . (3,150 00 

lUQt required to ro-insuro all outstanding 

ks 63,676 47 

and accrued for rents, salaries, and other 

scelluneous expenses, 3,000 00 

Gross present Liabilitjes, except Capital 
Stock 58,826 47 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, (213,364 34 

-up Capital 200,000 00 

Surplus over Capital, (13,364 34 

il TBiae of mortgHgfd propertj' |1S3,IM) DO 

iuut of loiurutce htld u co[]ftt«ra1, -,,,...,, tlD,0OO DO 



124 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 



FIREMEN^S FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. BOSTON. 

[Incorporated December 21, 1872. Commenced bosineu December 30, 1872 ] 

Shubael G. Rogers, President. Secretary^ Thomas AV. Tucob. 

Office, No 75 State Street, Boston, 



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Stocks, Bonds and other Securities owned by the Company : — 

Par value. 

City of Lowell Bonds, f 5,000 00 

Boston Bonds, 24,000 00 

Fall River Loan, 50,000 00 

" Cambridge Loan, 15,000 00 

Eastern Railroad Coupon Notes, . . 15,000 00 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 
United States 5-20 Bonds. 1865, 



MtrkctTiloe. 

f 4,625 00 
23,350(10 

60,000 00 
15,000 00 

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South Boston Gas-Light Company, 

Laconia Company, . 

South Boston Gas-Light Company, 

Roxbury Gas-Light Company, 

Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 



Other Cash Loans ; — 

Loaned on Note of Eastern Railroad, 
" on Corporation Notes, . 



Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873 

Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 
including interest due or accnied thereon,* . 

Cash market value of stocks, bonds and se- 
curities owned by the Company, . 

Cash loans on collateral security. 



f 109,000 00 \ 


fl07,562 50 


Market ralne. 1 


Leaned tlHim. 


. f 5,950 00 


f 5,000 00 


6,930 00 


6,000 00 


. 19,360 00 




3,600 00 ^ 


26,000 00 


1,150 00 




7,170 00^ 




. 14,336 00 


10,000 0«) 


5,200 00 \ 
2,225 00/ 


5,000 0) 


6,500 00\ 




3,200 00 \ 


10,000 0») 


5,025 00 J 




180,646 00 


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fllU89 16 



#133,697 69 



107,562 50 
62,000 00 



Amount carried forward. 



(303,260 19 



* Value of lands roor^agcd, $146^ ^ 

Value of buildings thereon 382,230 (• 



Total value of mortgaged property fStlW <* 

Amount of insurance held as collateral, 121400 Ov 



73.] A^^) FIRE-MAEINE INS. COS. 125 

Amofint brwig/a forward, .... f 303,260 19 

lercsah loans 111,389 16 

«h on hnnd in the office of the Compaay, . 282 87 

ih deposited \u the Third NiitioDal Bank, . 11,1397 U 

erest due and accrued (not inoluded above), 1,865 51 

imiams in course of collection (net), . . 17,736 61 

Gross present Assets f 446,251 45 

LlABtLITIES. 

lusted losses and claims, un- 

aid fl,606 22 

imcd, reported and supposed 

isses 261 90 

amount of unpaid losses, . (1^57 12 

onnt required to re-insure all outstanding 

sks 196,972 61 

'. and accrued for rents, salaries and other 
I i seel laoeous expenses, .... 1,10000 
other debts and obligations; viz., return 
remiunis,fJO; re-insurance, |70, . . 90 00 
Gruss present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock 140,019 78 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f 306,231 72 

l-up CapiUl, 300,000 00 

Sorplns over Capital f 6,231 73 



ST NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WORCESTER. 

[Iseorpcnlcd April -a, 18«B. GommeDCed bnilDna Juniry 1, IMS.] 

L. GooDNOW, President. Secretary, Geoboe P. FiEiD, 

Ojpee, WorcesUr. 

Detailed Stateuent of Assets. 
>ads owned by the Company :— 

of Springfield Bonds, (6,000 00 f 6,120 00 

curities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

ihares First National Bank, 
'* Central National Bank, 
■* Grafton National Bank, 
" First National Bank, 



AmoutUt carried forward, . 



llarkci Tilne. Lointd (benan. 


?1,500 00 


11,000 00 


230 00-1 
920 00/ 






3.900 00 


2,600 00 


7,500 00 


5,000 00 


16.000 00 


10,000 00 


4,500 00 


3,000 00 


4,500 00 


3,000 00 



#38,060 00 ♦25,600 00 



126 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

60 shares Washburn and Moen ManuTng Co., 

30 " First National Bank, 
120 " Washburn and Moen ManuPng Co., 

90 " First National Bank, 
United States 6-20 Bonds 

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Union Pacific Railroad Bonds, .... 
282 shares First National Bank, 



138,050 00 f2d,600 00 

12,000 00% ^^^ 

4,500 Oo) ^'«^^ 

24,000 00 % ,^^^ 

13,50000} ^^f^^ 

575 00 500 00 

2375 00 2^%0 00 

• 1,800 00 2,000 00 

42,300 00 80,000 00 

1139.600 00 f 78,600 00 



Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgage of real estate (first liens), 
including interest due or accrued thereon,* . 

Cash market value of bonds owned by the 
Company, 

Cash loans on collateral security. 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 

Cash deposited in the First National Bank, 

Interest due and accrued (not included above). 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . 
Gross present Assets, 



176,258 84 

6,120 00 
78,600 00 

1,329 88 

19,718 05 

238 49 

11,631 92 



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Liabilities. 

Adjusted losses and claims, un- 
paid, f5,300 00 

Claimed, reported and supposed 
losses 3,707 50 

Net amount of unpaid losses, . 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, 

Cash dividends to stockholders, declared and 

unpaid, 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, 



(9,007 50 

70,265 40 

150 00 



79,422 90 



Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f 114,473 IS 

Paid-up Capital, ^ 100,000 W 

Surplus over Capital, f 14.473 75 



* Value of landA mortgaged, |W>^ ^ 

Value of buildings thereon, g7«9Oli0 



Total value of mortgaged property, 
Amount of insaranoe beld as collateral, 



$177,900 ^ 
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9,800 00 
35,000 00 



FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated January 4, 1878. Commenced business February 15, 1873.] 

William M. Byrnes, President, Secretary, Edmund B. WniTNET. 

Office, No. 46 State Street, Boston, 

Detailed Statement op Assets. 
Bonds and other Securities owned by the Company : — 

rar value. Market yalue. 

Boston and Lowell Railroad Bonds, . . . } 10,000 00 ? 10,100 00 

Eastern Railroad Bonds, 10,000 00 

Town of Medford Loan, 35,000 00 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 

United States 5-20 Bonds, 1862, 

1864, 
1865, 
1867, 
1868. 
6 per cent. Bonds, 1881, 

" Currency Bonds, 

9 shares Boston and Albany Railroad, . 
City of Charlestown Water Loan Bond, 
350 shares Vermont and Mass. Railroad, . 
Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain Rail 

road Bonds, 

40 shares Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bal 
timore Riiilroad, .... 



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f 54 ,900 00 


Market value. 


Loaned thereon. 


f2,6lO 50^ 




229 00 




12,765 00 




12,626 00 


I >5 1,500 00 


354 00 




20,825 00 




11,400 00 J 




1,260 00 


1,300 00 


950 00 


1,000 00 


26,250 00 


25,000 00 


1,900 00' 






\ 4,000 00 


2,140 00 J 





?93,309 50 J82,800 00 
All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 

Cash value. 

Rents due and accrued, f 2,541 30 

Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Ivoans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

including interest due or accrued thereon,* 
Cash market value of bonds and securities 

owned by the Company, .... 
Cash loans on collateral security. 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, 



f86,410 95 

54,900 00 
82,800 00 
24,429 81 



^motmt carried forward, . 



f 248,540 76 



* Valao of lands mortgaged, $37,000 00 

Value of buildings thereon, 02,000 00 

Totnl value of mortgaged property, $129,000 00 

Amount of insurance held as collateral, 07,000 00 



128 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 



Amount brought forward^ . 
Cash deposited in National Union Bank, . 
Interest due and accraed (not included above), 
Premiums in course of collection (net), . 
All other assets and property, . . . . 

Gross present Assets, 



. ^248,540 76 

8369 71 

2,252 U 

17y351 71 

2,641 80 



LlABIUTIES. 

Adjusted losses and claims, un- 
paid, ^1,030 00 

Claimed, reported and supposed 

losses, 1,925 00 

Net amount of unpaid losses, . 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, ..... 



12,955 00 
62,081 65 



f 274<555 62 



ehm 65 



Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f ^)9,51S 97 

Paid-up Capital 200,000 «i 



Sm-plus over Capital, 



f9,518 



GLOUCESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, GLOUCESTER. 

[Tooorporated May 15, 1869. Commenced business March 2S, 1870.] 

J. O. Friend, Jr., President. Secretary^ Joiix CfSKCfCiUM. 

Office, (U Oloucester. 

Detailed Statement op Assets. 
Stocks, Bonds, and otlier Securities owned by the Company : — 

United States 10-40 Bonds, 
44 shares Gloucester National Bank, 



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20 
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North National Bank, Boston, . 
Exchange National Bank, Boston, 
Boston National Bank, Boston, 
Washington National Bank, Boston 
Howard National Bank, Boston, 
Revere National Bank, Boston, 
First National Bank, Boston, . 
Commonwealth Bank, Boston, 
Bank of Mutual Redemption, . 
Eastern Railroad, 
Great Falls and Conway Railroad, 
Fitchburg Railroad, , 



Amounts carried forward, . 



Par valae. 


IfiftctTttse. 


f5,000 00 


f;),6j<» I*' 


4,400 00 


6,600 •»• 


. 10,000 00 


1dm i«^ 


2,000 00 


2,4^)0 C«> 


3,400 00 


5J^) W 


700 00 


840 (>f* 


I, 2,000 00 


2,8«>^ iK'i 


600 00 


m 'X' 


10,000 00 


llj*'") "».' 


2,000 00 


3,8C<.» ^."3 


1,000 00 


um <- 


1,000 00 


um •»' 


5,000 00 


4,25«*' »' 


1,000 00 


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2,000 00 


2^W '^'' 


. 150,100 00 


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Amounts brought forward, .... |50,100 00 f 65,370 00 

15 shares Old Colony and Newport Railroad, 1,600 00 1,650 00 

50 " Gloucester Gas Light Company. . 2,600 00 3,100 00 

Eiistern Raili-oad Coupon Notes, . . . 4,000 00 8,920 00 

Chicago and Burlington Railroad Bonds, . . 2,000 00 1,860 00 

Boston City Bonds, 4,000 00 3,920 00 

}64,100 00 179,820 00 
Cash Loans : — 

Corporation Notes, secured by personal endorsement, . . f 10,000 00 
Personal loans, secured by corporation notes, .... 12,000 00 

f 22,000 00 
All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 
Office furniture, f 500 00 

Summary of Assets, December 81, 1873. 

Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

including interest due or accrued thereon,* . f 16,290 76 
Cash market value of stocks, bond and securi- 
ties owned by the Company, .... 79,820 00 

Cash loans, 22,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 808 04 

Cash deposited in First Nat'l Bank, Gloucester, 12,237 11 
Interest duo and accrued (not included above), 398 66 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . 11,246 48 

Premium notes taken for marine and inland 
risks, not yet due, |9,626.60; overdue, and 

not paid, f 261.00, 9,786 60 

All other assets and property, . . (500 00 

Gross present Assets, f 152,587 66 

Liabilities. 

Claimed, reported and supposed 

losses, f 4,220 60 

Losses disputed or resisted, in- 
cluding expenses thereon, . 6,600 00 

Net amount of unpaid losses, f 10,820 60 

Amonnt required to re-insure all outstanding 
risks, 40,434 01 

Cash dividends to stockholders, declared and 

unpaid, 263 00 

Amounts carried forward, . . . . (51,617 61 f 152,587 66 

* Value of lands mortgaired, $15,000 00 

Value of baUdings thereon, 17,000 00 

Total Taloe of mortgngcd property $32,000 00 

Amount of iDsarance held as collateral, 16,000 00 

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130 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 

Amoutits bnmght forward^ .... f 51^17 61 f 152^7 m 
Due and accrued for rents, salaries, and other 
miscellaneous expenses, .... 309 45 
Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, . 51^27(16 

Surplus, as regards Policy-holders, f 10(h7GO 49 

Paid-up Capital, 100,000 00 

Surplus over Capital, f760 49 



MANUFACIURERS' FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated Jooaary 9, 1873. Oommenced boBincM January 9, 1873.] 

Samuel Gould, President, Secretary^ James J. Goodrxch. 

Office^ No, 69 State Street, Boston. 



Detailed Statement of Assets. 



Stocks owned by the Company : — 

150 shares Hamilton National Bank, 

200 " National City Bank, . 

150 " Shawmut National Bank, 

250 " Second National Bank, . 

200 '* Shoe and Leather National Bank, 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 

150 shares Middlesex Railroad, . 
180 



Par ralue. 
f 15,000 00 

20,000 00 
15,000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 



Muketnlv. 

f 17,850 •■) 
22,600 W 
17,700 •"' 
36,2o() t* 
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81 
12 
72 
120 
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Manufacturers^ Fire and Marine In 

surance Company, 
Eliot National Bank, 
Second National Bank, . 
York Manufacturing Company, 
Salisbury Mills, 
Washington Mills, . 
Metropolitan Railroad, 



12,000 Bonds Omaha and So. W. RaUroad, 
Cinn. Ham. and Dayton K R., 
City of Chicago, 

Charlestown, 

Cambridge, 

Boston, . 

Charlestown, 

Boston, . 



8,000 
10,000 
86,000 
20,000 
25,000 
25,000 

10,000 " " 

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44 



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f95,000 00 f 121,0(X» i") 

Maricet ralne. Loaned tbnva 
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18,000 00 

7,980 00 

11,745 00 

21,240 00 

6,984 00 

7,000 OO 

84300 00 

1,780 00 

7,000 00 

9,500 00 

36,000 00 

20,000 00 

25,000 00 

25,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 



7,m ^.'» 

9,0iX» * 
16,00i» <-■' 

7.000 '".' 

7,001} '» 
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6,ao(» «/' 

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All other Assets and Property owned by the Company : — 

CMh yalue. 

Gty of Fall River Loan, J25,000 00 

Corporation Notes and other Loans, 169,400 00 

Rents due and accrued, 1,715 96 

tl96,115 95 

SuHUART OF Assets, Decebibsb 81, 1873. 

Cash market value of unencumbered real es- 
tate owned by the Company, .... J80,000 00 
Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

including interest due or accrued thereon,* . 64,899 08 
Cash market value of stocks owned by the 

Company, 121,000 00 

Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 226,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 2,969 10 

Cash deposited in various banks, . . . 62,149 37 

Interest due and accrued (not included above), 7,526 20 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . . 42,666 20 
Premium notes taken for marine and inland 
risks, not yet due, 1106,053.06 ; overdue, and 

not paid, f 1,431, 107,484 06 

All other assets and property, .... 196,115 95 

Gross present Assets, ^899,698 96 

Liabilities. 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, . . J25,000 00 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 299,482 68 

Unused balances of bills and notes taken for 
premiums returnable on settlement, . . 6,535 00 
Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 

Stock, 330,017 58 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f 569,681 38 

Paid-up Capital 500,000 00 

Surplus over Capital, f 69,681 38 

* Valae of Umda mortgaged, $JK),600 00 

Valne of bnlldinga thereon, 86,000 00 

Total value of property mortgaged, $130,600 00 

AiDount of inaurance held aa collateral, , 83,800 00 



132 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIRE, MAEINE, [Dec. 31, 



MERCANTILE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated Febmary 11, 1828. Oommenced bailneM May, 1823^] 

George R. Rogers, PresidenL Secretary, B. F. Field, Jr. 

Office, No, 58 StaU Street, Boston, 



Detailed Statement of Assets. 
Stocks and Bonds owned by tiie Company : — 



100 shares Atlantic National Bank, 

200 

200 

214 

300 

120 

160 

200 

87 
178 
800 
200 
200 
200 
150 

60 



Columbian National Bank, 

City National Bank, 

Eagle National Bank, 

Globe National Bank, 

Hamilton National Bank, 

New England Bank, 

North National Bank, 

Railroad National Bank, . 

State National Bank, 

Suffolk National Bank, . 

Tremont National Bank, . 

Union National Bank, 

Boston and Fi*oyidence Railroad, 

Eastern Railroad, . 

Fortsmouth, Great Falls and Con- 
way Railroad, 
100 " Lyman Mills, .... 
Charlestown Water Loan Bonds, 
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f iO,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 
21,400 00 
30,000 00 
12,000 00 
16,000 00 
20,000 00 
3,700 00 
17300 00 
80,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 
15,000 00 

5,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 
15,000 00 



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21,800 00 
24,856 CO 
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14,160 00 
21,440 00 
24,4<X> C«' 

19,046 'A' 
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8 shares Boston and Maine Railroad, 
32 " Boston and Albany Railroad, 
60 " Suffolk Bank, . 
80 Charlestown Water Loan Bonds, . 
United States Coupon Bonds, . 
Dwight Manufacturing Company^s note, 



Martlet yaloe. 

1848 00 
4,480 00 
6,450 00 
28,200 00 
27,018 00 
5,000 00 



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Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of stocks and bonds owned 

by the Company, f 446,260 00 

Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 68,066 00 
Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 1,018 36 



Amount carried forward, . 



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1873,] AND FIRE-MARINE INS. COS. 133 

Amount brought forward^ .... (505,343 35 

Cash deposited in Suffolk National Bank, . 9,711 09 

Interest due and accrued (not included above), 821 83 

Premiums in coui*se of collection (net), . . 11,794 11 
Premium notes taken for marine and inland 

risks, not yet due, 68,155 48 

Gross present Assets, (595,825 86 

Liabilities. 
Adjusted losses and claims un- 
paid, (2,595 92 

Claimed, reported and supposed 
losses, ..... 11,150 00 

Net amount of unpaid losses, . (13,745 92 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, . 109,923 41 

Cash dividends to stockholders, declared and 

unpaid, 1,771 00 

Due and accrued for rents, salaries, and other 

miscellaneous expenses, 2,481 67 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 

Stock, 127.922 00 



Surplus as regards Policy-holders, (^67,903 86 

Paid-up Capital, 300,000 00 



Surplus over Capital, (167,903 86 



NEPTUNE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. BOSTON. 

[looorporated December 24, 1872. Commenoed busineM January 1, 1878.] 

Geobge F. Osborne, President. Secretary^ Eugene B. Hinckley. 

Office^ No, 64 State Street^ Boston, 

Detailed Statement of Assets. 
Stocks and Bonds owned by the Company : — 

Par valne. Market valoe. 

United States 6 per cent. Bonds, 1881, . . (30,000 00 (36,300 00 

" " 6-20 Bonds, . 

City of Cambridge Bonds, . 
700 shares Tremont National Bank, . 
100 '* National Union Bank, 

SO *^ Massachusetts National Bank, 

75 ** Hamilton National Bank, 

75 *" Suffolk National Bank, . 

36 ** Globe National Bank, 
134 **' Boston and Froyidence Railroad, 



60,000 00 70,800 00 

60,000 00 60,000 00 

70,000 00 84,000 00 

10,000 00 14,600 00 

7,600 00 9,160 00 

7,600 00 9,000 00 

7,600 00 9,750 00 

3,600 00 4,392 00 

13,400 00 19,564 00 



(269,600 00 (307,466 00 



134 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIEE, MARINE, [Dec. 31, 

Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans : — 

Muket ralne. Loaned ttcmn. 

United States 5-20 Bonds, f 17,700 00 fl^tOOO {i) 

Eastern Railroad 7 per cent. Bonds, . . . 19,600 00 20,000 0<} 

t37,S00 00 t3d,000 <Xj 



SUMMABT OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1873. 

Cash market value of stocks and bonds owned 

by the Company, f 307,456 00 

Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 85,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 3,270 83 

Cash deposited in the Tremont National Bank, 8,524 44 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . . 15,969 22 
Premium notes taken for marine and inland 

risks, not yet due, 110,997 27 

Gross present Assets, f48l,217 70 

Liabilities. 

Claimed, reported and supposed losses, . . f 3,000 00 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks 158,531 19 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 

Stock, 161,581 19 

Surplus as regards Policy-holders, .... f 819,686 57 
Paid-up Capital, 3OOJ900 « 

Surplus over Capital, f 19,686 57 



NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

[Incorporated December 19, 187flL Oommeneed baaineM January 1, IRS.] 

Albert Bowkeb, President, Secretary^ £. £. Patridg£^ 

Office, No. I Old Stale House, Boston. 

Detailed Statement of Asskts. 
Stocks and Bonds owned by the Company : — 

Par^valM. Mukxirt-m. 

Eastern Railroad Bonds |20,000 00 tl9»> *' 

Columbian National Bank Stock, . . . 5,000 00 ^J\**' '<' 

Merchants' National Bank Stock, . . . 10,000 00 ISy^iv* .>.' 

State National Bank Stock, .... 10,00000 10,7k» <- 



145,000 00 (50,550 






1873.] 



AND FIRE-MARINE INS. COS. 



Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans 



(Jnited States 5-20 Bonds, . 
Old Colony Riiilroad Stock, 
Boston Water Power Company Stock, 
Eleventh Ward National Bank, 
United States 5-20 Bonds, . 



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Shoe and Leather National Bank Stock, 
N^onal Union Bank Stock, 



Market value. 

f 1,193 75 

22,100 00 

12,625 00 

11,200 00 

6,762 50 

5,967 50 

6,050 00 

3,325 00 

5,800 00 



135 



Loaned thereon. 

f 1,000 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 



J74,023 75 J62,000 00 



Summary of Assets, December 31, 1873. 

Loans on mortgages of real estate (first liens), 

including interest due or accrued thereon,* . $160,731 04 
Cash market value of stocks and bonds owned 

by the Company, 50,550 00 

Cash loans on collateral security, . . . 62,000 00 

Cash on hand in the office of the Company, . 3,396 33 

Cash deposited in Merchants^ National Bank, . 7,334 05 

Interest due and accrued (not included above), 1,814 73 

Premiums in course of collection (net), . . 5,546 24 

Gross present Assets, 



1291,372 39 



Liabilities. 

Net amount of unpaid losses, .... 
Amount required to re-insure all outstanding 

risks, 

All other debts and obligations ; viz.. State and 

local taxes, 

Gross present Liabilities, except Capital 
Stock, 



f 1,250 00 

56,907 94 

2,205 81 



60,363 75 



Surplus as regards Policy-holders, f 231,008 64 

Paid-up Capital, 200,000 00 



Surplus over Capital, . . . • f 31,008 64 



* Total yaluo of mortgaged property, $420,100 00 

Amoaot of Loauranco bold at collateral, 88,775 00 



136 MASS. JOINT-STOCK FIKE, MAEIXE, [Dec. 31, 



PRESCOTT INSURANCE COMPANY. BOSTON. 

[Incorporated December 27» 1872. OomAienced bnshieM January 15, 18TS.] 

Franklix Greese, PresideiU. Secretary, Frakcis H. Stevens. 

Office, No 56 Devonshire Street, Boston. 



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