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^ttMit gnniments ai SStassacfctrsetts : 



BVING THS 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



or YABIOUB 



Public Opficers and Institutions 



FOB THS TXAB 



1894 



1*UBIJ8BEI> BY THE SECRBTARY OF THE COM ICON WEALTH. 



Vol. II. 



BOSTON : 
WRIOHX A POTTER PRINTING CO.. STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1895. 



•WVERSITY OF CHICAGO 
LIBRARIES 

266892 
MARCH I930 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 

FOR THE YEAR 1894. 



YOL. I. 

Report of Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
Report of Treasurer and Receiver General, 
Report of Auditor of Accoants, . 
Report of Attorney-General, 
Report of Commissioner of Public Records, 



Doc. No. 

46 
5 
6 
12 
52 



YoL. n. 

Report of Tax Commissioner, 16 

Aggregates of Polls, Property and Taxes, . • . .19 

Abstract of Returns of Corporations, 10 

Report of Commissioner of Foreign Mortgage Corporations, 42 

Report of State Board of Arbitration and Conciliation, . 40 
Report of Massachusetts Board of World's Fair Managers. 



YoL. III. 

Report of State Board of Lunacy and Charity, . . .17 
Report of Trustees of the State Primary and Reform Schools, 18 
Report of Trustees of the Danvers Lunatic Hospital, . . 20 
Report of Trustees of the Northampton Lunatic Hospital, . 21 
Report of Trustees of the Taunton Lunatic Hospital, . . 22 



6 

Doc No. 

Report of Trustees of the Worcester Lunatic Hospital, . 23 
Report of Trustees of the State Farm at Bridgewater, . 24 
Report of Trustees of the State Almshouse at Tewksbury, . 26 
Report of Trustees of the Perkins Institution and Massachu- 
setts School for the Blind, 27 

Report of Trustees of the Massachusetts School for the 

Feeble-minded, 28 

Report of Trustees of the Westborough Insane Hospital, . 30 
Report of Trustees of the Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates, 47 



Vol. IV. 

Report of State Board of Health, 34 

Report of Board of Metropolitan Sewerage Commissioners, 45 

Report of Board of Registration in Medicine, ... 56 



Vol. V. 

Report of Railroad Commissioners and Returns of Railroad 
Corporations, 14 



Vol. VI. 

Report of Commissioners of Savings Banks (Part I. — Sav- 
ings Banks, Institutions for Savings, Safe Deposit, Loan 
and Trust Companies. Part II. — Co-operative Banks, 
Collateral Loan Companies, Mortgage Loan and Invest- 
ment Companies) , 8 



Vol. VII. 



Re|)ort of Insurance Commissioner (Part I. — Fire and 
Marine. Part II. — Life, Casualty and Assessment) , 



Vol. VIII. 

Report of Board of Education, . 

Report of Librarian of the State Library, . 

Report of Free Public Library Commission, 



I>oc. Ho, 

2 

3 

44 



Vol. IX. 

Report of Secretary of the Board of Agriculture, 

Report of Board of Control of the State Agricultural P^xperi- 

ment Station, 

Report of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, 

Report of Board of Cattle Commissioners, .... 



33 
31 
51 



Vol. X. 

Report of Adjutant General, 
Report of Chief of the District Police, 
Report of Board of Police for City of Boston, 
Report of Commissioners of Prisons, . 
Report of General Superintendent of Prisons, 



7 
32 
49 
13 
41 



Vol. XI. 

Report of Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths, 
with Statistics of Divorce, and of Deaths investigated by 
the Medical Examiner, 

Report of Bureaa of Statistics of Labor, .... 

Statistics of Manufactures, 



1 
15 
36 



Vol. XII. 

Report of Board of Gas and £lectric Light Commissioners, . 35 

Report of Inspector of Gas Meters and Illuminating Gas, . 55 

Rep<vt of Contested Elections (no report in 1894), . . 37 



Doc. No. 

Number of Assessed Polls, Registered Voters, etc., . . 43 

Repoi*t of Commissioners on Inland Fisheries and Game, . 25 

Report of Controller of County Accounts, etc., ... 29 

Report of Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners, . 11 

Report of Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners, .« 48 

Report of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry, 38 

Report of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy, 39 

Report of Commissioners on Topographical Survey, . . 50 

Report of Civil Service Commissioners, • ... 53 

Report of Massachusetts Highway Commission, ... 54 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 16. 



REPORT 



OF THB 



TAX COMMISSIONER 



OF THB 






FOR THB TBAR BNDINO 



December 31, 1894. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO.. STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1895. 



ConTnTonfotallfe ai Passac^ustlts. 



Office of the Secbbta&y, 

Boston, Jan. 18, 1895. 

Hon. Geo&ge v. L. Meter, 

Speaker of the House of SepresenteUives, 

SiK : — I have the honor to transmit herewith, for the use of 
the Legislature, the report of the Tax Commissioner for the 
year ending Dec. 31, 1894. 



Very respectfully, 



WxM. M. OLIN, 

Secretary, 



<^ammaniamli\i of Plassat^xtsetts. 



Tax Commissioner's Dbpaktmrnt, 

BosTOX, Jan. IS, 1895. 

To the HonorcUfle Senate and House of Representatives. 

The Tax Commissioner and Commissioner of Corporations 
herewith sabmits to the Legislature his report of the proceed- 
ings of the department for the year ending Dec. 31, 18114. 

The following tables exhibit a suoimary statement of results 
of the Corporation Tax Law for the current year : — 

WhoU Amount of Taxes assessed under Chapter 13 , Public Statutes. 
General list, #3,423,137 74 

On Coal Mining, Quarrying and Oil Companies : — 

May assessments, f 1,967 62 

November assessments, 1,897 44 

3,865 06 

Foreign Railway Taxes : — 

Maj assessments, $26,749 00 

November assessments, 26,749 00 

53,498 00 

^ggi^gate of assessments, $8,480,500 80 

Taxes of 1894, paid to January, 1895 : — i 

General list, f 3,303.589 52 j 

Under section 43, chapter 13, Pub. Stat., . . 3,523 42 

Railvray taxes, 29,373 00 

$3,386,485 94 | 

Taxes of 1894, an paid : — 

General list, $118,549 22 

Abatements, 999 00 

Mining taxes 341 64 

Railiraj taxes, 24,125 00 

144,014 86 

$3,480,500 80 



6 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The following statement exhibits the outstanding taxes of 
corporations in the general list, unpaid at the end of last year, 
and the changes during the year : — 

Taxes of 1887 : — 

Outstanding Dec. 81, 1898, .... $1,310 22 

Abated, 286 14 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... f 1,024 08 

Taxes of 1888 : — 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1893, .... t2,082 97 

Abated, 367 00 

Outstanding Dec. 81, 1894, .... 1,716 97 

Taxes of 1889 : — 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1893, .... f 8,155 62 

Abated, . , 1,197 48 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... 6,958 14 

Taxes of 1890: — 

Outstanding Dec. 31,1893, .... |2,289 88 

Abated, 1,855 00 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... 43488 

Taxes of 1891: — 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1893, .... $3,597 10 

Abated, 2,689 76 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... 907 34 

Taxes of 1892 : — 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1893, .... $7,340 75 

Paid 881 03 

Abated 4,360 90 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... 2,098 82 

Taxes of 1893 : — 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1893, .... $58,638 05 

Paid, 49,441 66 

Abated ; . . . 3,606 22 

Outstanding Dec. 31, 1894, .... 5,590 17 

Taxes of 1894 : — 
Outetanding Dec. 31, 1894, 39,773 88 

Aggregate of unpaid taxes, f 58,502 78 



1895] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 7 

The amount accruing to the Commonwealth under the opera- 
tion of the law for the current year is as follows : — 

From General List Corporations : — 

Net araonnt assessed, $3,422,137 74 

AmoQDt due to cities and towns, 2,515,558 57 

Balance accruing to the Comroonwealth f 906,579 17 

From corporations, under sections 43 and 46, . . . 57,363 06 

Total amount accruing to the Commonwealth, . . $963,942 23 



Of the amount of tax assessed the present year the sum of 
$2«515,558.57 has been paid, and will be payable under the 
terms of the law, to various cities and towns of the Common- 
wealth. 

A table is appended, marked C, giving the amounts dis- 
tributed to each city or town. As usual, a distribution was 
made on the first day of December, and certified in season to 
be offset against the amount due from the cities and towns, on 
account of the State tax, on the tenth day of December. 



The amount collected at that date was f 3,303,589 52 

The amount distributed was . ■ 2,423,349 27 

The amount retained was $880,240 25 

The comparative valuation of the capital stock and real 
estate of the corporations during the years 1893 and 1894 is as 
follows : — 

The total valuation of the capital stock of corporations : — 

In 1894, $521,721,533 00 

1893, 523,755,591 00 

Excess of 1893, $2,034,058 00 

The valuation of real estate and machinery : — 

In 1894, $315,026,068 00 

1893, 311,548,290 00 

Excess of 1894, . $3,477,768 00 



8 TAX COMmSSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The aggregate excess on which a tax was laid : — 

In 1894, 1231,230,033 00 

1893, 243,582,089 00 

Excess of 1893, f 12,352,056 00 

The whole amount realized by the Commonwealth during 
the financial year ending Dec. 31, 1894, has been : — 

From taxes of 1894 : — 

General list distributed, $880,311 14 

not distributed, 21,387 58 

Mining list, 3,523 42 

Eailway taxes, 29,373 00 

•934,595 14 

Taxes of previous years, collected in 1894 : — 

General list, $6,797 79 

Mining list and railway taxes, 24,554 23 

Total amount realized, $965,947 16 

Whole amount paid by coal mining, quarrying and oil com- 
panies during the year ending Dec. 31, 1894, is as follows : — 



Taxes of 1893 and previous years, $429 23 

Taxes of 1894 8,523 42 

Railway taxes of 1891 and previous years, .... 53,498 00 

Aggregate of collections in 1894, $57,450 65 



Whole amount of mining and foreign railway taxes assessed 
in 1894: — 



Taxes paid, $32,896 42 

unpaid Jan. 1, 1895, 24,466 64 

Total assessments $57,363 06 

The following table shows the annual average rate of taxa- 
tion upon which business corporations have been taxed for the 
years 1864, to 1895, inclusive : — 



1895.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 



9 



TSAB. 


Rate per H. 


Tkab. 


Rate per M. 


1864, .... 


tie 66 


1880, .... 


tl5 35 


1865, 








17 66 


1881, , 








14 78 


1866, 








14 83 


1882, . 








15 28 


1867, , 








16 67 


1888, , 








14 98 


1868, 








18 12 


1884, , 








15 95 


1869, 








15 62 


1885, . 








14 14 


1870, , 








15 44 


1886, . 








14 48 


1871, 








14 84 


1887, , 








15 06 


1872, . 








14 63 


1888, 








14 68 


1873, . 








14 49 


1889, . 








14 72 


1874, . 








15 51 


1890, 








14 84 


1876, 








14 68 


1891, 








14 50 


1876, . 








12 80 


1892, 








14 88 


1877, 








12 84 


1893, 








15 30 


1878, , 








12 64 


1894, 








14 80 


1879, . 








12 78 







The whole number of Massachusetts corporations and char- 
ters to which nay attention has been directed the present year 
is 2,849. 

Of this number, 181 have been dissolved by the Legislature ; 
22 have been dissolved by the courts ; 8 have been sold or con- 
solidated and 261 are new corporations which have been char- 
tered or organized ; leaving as the number of corporations and 
charters to be reported Dec. 31, 1894, 2,638. 

The authorized net increase of capital in the State during 
the year is as follows : — 



CorporatioDS authorized by special act, .... f 38,480,000 00 

Under chapter 1 10, Public Statutes, 5,500 00 

Under chapter 112, Public Statutes, 5,020,000 00 

Under chapter 113, Public Statutes 862,000 00 

Under chapter 106, section 21, Public Statutes, . 9,250,000 00 

Certificate of increase of capital by 46 companies : — 

Under section 56, chapter 106, Public Statutes, . . 7,778,525 00 

•61,396,025 00 

Certificate of reduction of capital by 19 companies : — 
Under section 67, chapter 106, Public 

Statutes, 11,986,050 00 

I>i86olatioos by the Supreme Judicial 

Court, 1,624,500 00 

3,510,550 00 

Net increase of capital, 157,885,475 00 



10 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The Board of Appeal was constituted by the appointment of 
the Hon. Luman T. Jefts of the Council to serve with the 
Treasurer and Auditor. 

The Board organized May 10 by the choice of Hon. Henry 
M. Phillips as chairman, when the first session was held. 

Since that time, sixty-eight appeals by corporations have 
been heard, with the result indicated in table B. 

There have also been many appeals by cities and towns as 
to the distribution of corporation taxes, which have been heard 
and determined by the Board. 

Taxation of Bank Shares. 

Whole amount of tax on bank shares assessed, . . . f 1,58 1,798 90 
Of which there was retained bv towns on ac- 

count of shares owned by residents, . . 1560,582 06 
And there was due and paid into the treasury, 1,021,216 84 

$1,581,798 90 

There was paid into and due to the treasury on account of 

tax of 1894 $1,021,216 84 

There was certified due to cities and towns 
on account of tax of 1894 on bank shares, 

owned by residents, $375,678 32 

There will be due to savings institutions, . 145,296 03 

Insurance companies, 32,050 42 

Literary, scientific and charitable societies, . 33,263 35 

Accruing to the Commonwealth, . • . 434,928 72 

$1,021,216 84 

Table D, annexed, shows the net amount of bank taxes 
distributed to each city and town. Those amounts will be 
somewhat modified by the final adjustment of disputed 
claims. 

Table E shows the amount collected in each city or town 
having a bank, on account of shares held out of such place. 

Both these tables exhibit the amounts as determined upon 
the evidence furnished by the returns as received at first, 
and are to be modified somewhat by the corrections estab- 
lished by evidence subsequently produced before the Board 
of Appeal. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 11 

Savings Bank Tax. 

[Pnb. Stat., chap. 18, sect. 20.] 

Under this law there has been assessed daring the year : — 

May assessments, f 56 1,273 30 

November assessments, . • 576,40S 56 

Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company : — 

May assessments, 24,329 7S 

November assessments, ........ 24,845 03 

Total assessments, $1,186,356 67 

Insurance Pkemitjm Tax. 

[Pub. Stat., chap. 13 ; 1887, chap. 283, and 1890, chap. 197.] 

Under these laws there has been assessed during the year : — 

On account of tax of 1894, .... $243,998 71 

tax of 1893 655 46 

Total assessments, • $244,654 17 

The collections have been : — 

On account of tax of 1894, .... f 243,934 08 

tax of 1893, .... 5,809 07 

Total collections * . • . $249,743 15 

The amount unpaid Jan. 1, 1895, was : — 

On account of tax of 1894, $64 63 

tax of 1893, 883 62 

Ux of 1892, 349 53 

Total unpaid, $1,297 78 

Lite Insurance Excise. 

[Pub. Stat., chap. 13.] 
Under this law there has been assessed during the year, • $151,796 71 

The collections have been : — 

On account of tax of 1894, $151,796 71 

The amount unpaid Jan. 1, 1895, was : — 
On account of tax of 1880, $2,150 73 

Tota] unpaid, $2,150 73 

Special License Insurance Tax. 

[Acts of 1887, chap. 214, sect. 83 ] 
Under this law there has been assessed during the year, • $7,029 84 

Total collections, $7,029 84 



12 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

General Corporation Law. 

During the year the commissioner has examined 3,087 cer- 
tifieateS) of which 405 required a re-examination after errors 
had been corrected, and 21 were examined three times, and 2 
four times. 

Six hundred and eleven of these were certificates of organ- 
ization (including 102 examined twice, 4 three times, and 1 
four times), of which 454 had their certificates finally approved. 

One abandoned its organization. 

Forty-one have been refused approval upon legal grounds, 
leaving nine which have not yet presented their papers for re- 
examination and approval. 

Six disapproved in 1893 have been approved. 

The whole number of certificates presented and examined, 
including those presented as substitutes for certificates disap- 
proved, is as follows : — 

Public Statutes, chapter 40, section 16, 1 

chapter lOp, section 21, 288 

section 22, 1 

se^jtion 46, 218 

section 54, 2,161 

section 56, 51 

section 57, 23 

section 79, 2 

section 80, 1 

chapter 115, section 4, 269 

chapter 117, section 4, 3 

Acts of 1887, chapter 404, 47 

Acts of 1888, chapter 134, 3 

Acts of 1891, chapter 247, and 1894, chapter 254, .... 2 

Acts of 1892, chapter 28, 1 

Acte of 1892, chapter 474, 1 

Acts of 1894, chapter 79, 1 

Acts of 1894, chapter 223, 1 

Acts of 1894, chapter 289, 1 

Acts of 1894, chapter 865, 1 

Acts of 1894, chapter 880, section 1, 2 

Acts of 1894, chapter 452, 3 

Acts of 1894, chapter 472, 2 

Acts of 1894, chapter 500 3 

Acts of 1894, chapter 544, 1 

Total, 8,087 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 13 

Ninety-two corporations have completed their capital stock 
by transfer of property, under section 48, chapter 106, Public 
Statutes. 

Under the legislation of 1894, the following companies have 
been authorized to issue stock and bonds as follows : — 

Barre Water Company. Authorized to issue stock to the 
amount of $20,000, under Acts of 1894, chapter 365. 

Lexington Water Company. Authorized to issue increased 
capital to the amount of $30,000 (from $60,000 to $90,000), un- 
der Acts of 1894, chapter 223. Stock to be offered at par ($50) . 

Millbury Water Company. Authorized to issue stock to 
the amount of $75,000 and bonds to the amount of $75,000, 
under Acts of 1894, chapter 452. 

Onset Water Company. Authorized to issue stock to the 
amount of $15,000, bonds to the amount of $20,000, and in- 
creased capital stock to the amount of $5,000, under the Acts 
of 1894, chapter 452 and chapter 472. Increased stock to be 
offered at par ($100). 

Southbridge Water Supply Company, Authorized to issue 
increased capital to the amount of $30,000 (from $40,000 to 
$70,000), under Acts of 1894, chapter 289. Stock to be 
offered at par ($50) . 

Westhampton Water Company. Authorized to issue stock 
to the amount of $1,500, under Acts of 1894, chapter 452, to 
be issued at par ($25). 

Westport Harbor Aqueduct Company. Authorized to issue 
increased capital stock to the amount of $1,000 (from $3,000 to 
$4,000), under Acts of 1894, chapter 472, to be offered at 
par ($100). 

Under chapter 544, Acts of 1894, on the petition of the Amer- 
ican Bell Telephone Company, the commissioner determined the 
value of shares to be offered to stockholders at $190 each. 

Appended to Table A is a list of the names of eight corpo- 
rations which have been authorized to change their names, 
under provisions of chapter 360, Acts of 1891. 

At the last three sessions of the Legislature 1,183 corpora- 
tions were dissolved. 

The following table shows the valuation of the various 
descriptions of property and franchises from which the reve- 
naes of the Commonwealth and the various municipalities are 
derived and the amounts assessed thereon by taxation : — 



14 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 





YaloAtlon of Real 


Yalaatlon of 


Tax on 


Tax on Per- 




EsUte. 


Penonal Estata. 


Real EsUte. 


sonal Estate. 


Real estate by as- 










sessors. 


$1,898,855,000 


— 


$27,482,505 


- 


Peraonal estate by 










assessors. . 


— 


$572,666,505 


— 


$8,088,319 


Tax on polls by 










assessors, . 


— 


— 


— 


1,343,769 


Corporate taxable 










excess, 


- 


231,230,038 


— 


3,423,187 


KoD-resident bank 




■ 






stock, 


— ^ 


27,138,934 


• 


1,021,216 


Saying bank de- 










posits, taxable, . 


- 


227.586,371 


— 


1,137,680 


Mass. Hospital Life 










Ins. Company, . 


- 


9,734,963 


— 


48,674 


Life insurance 










values, 


- 


60,718,700 


- 


151,796 


Insurance premi- 










ums, . 


~ 


16,187,698 


-~ 


251,494 


Foreign railways, . 


— 


53,498,000 


- 


53,498 


Trust companies 










deposits, . 


— 


1,380,155 


— 


20,362 


Minino^ companies, 


— 


23,103,198 


~ 


3,865 


Gas and electric 










light companies. 










tax, . 


— 


— 


-> 


12,238 


Foreign Mortgage 










Comrs. tax. 


- 


- 


— 


3,660 


Railroad Commis- 


• 








sioners tax. 


o 


-. 


~ 


24,614 


Railroad inquest 










lax, • • • 


— 


— 


- 


1,274 


Inspector of Gas 










Meters tax, 


-~ 


mm 


~. 


3,973 


Liquor licenses, . 


— 


— 


— 


544,292 


Collateral legacies 










and successions 










tax, . 


— 


«M 




239,368 


Care and custody 










of deposits. 


- 


- 


— 


1,800 




f 1,898.855.000 


$1,222,194,557 


$27,482,505 116,375,028 



Total assessments, $43,857,333. 

Of the tax of $1,021,216 on non-resident bank stock, $434,- 
928 accrues to the Commonwealth, and the balance is dis- 
tributed to cities and towns, certain insurance companies, 
charitable institutions and sayings banks, according to law. 

Foreign Corporations. 

By chapter 330 of the Acts of 1884, any foreign corporation 
having a usual place of business in this Commonwealth is re- 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 15 

quired to appoint the Commissioner of Corporations its attor- 
ney, upon Tvhom all lawful processes in any action or proceed- 
ing against it may be served ; and also to file with the commis- 
sioner a copy of its charter or certificate of organization, and 
a statement in regard to the amount and the payment of its 
capital stock. 

Two thousand seven hundred and nine complied with these 
requirements, 235 having been filed the present year. 

The total number of legal processes that have been served 
upon the commissioner as attorney under the provisions of this 
statute is 3,069. 

Of this number 552 were served during the year. 

By chapter 341, Acts of 1891^ foreign corporations, except- 
ing railroad companies, mining and manufacturing companies 
actually conducting their mining and manufacturing operations 
wholly without the Commonwealth, and those foreign corpora- 
tions which are required to make annual returns to other 
officers of the Commonwealth, are required annually in the 
month of March to file a certificate of condition in the office of 
the secretary of the Commonwealth. 

Six hundred and forty companies have complied with this 
statute. 

It is believed that nearly all which have retained a place of 
business here, and are embraced within the terms of the statute, 
have complied therewith. 

MuKicarPAL Assets and Liabilities. 

Skips and Vessels. 

By the provisions of sections 8, 9 and 10 of chapter 11, 
Public Statutes, ships and vessels engaged in the foreign carry- 
ing trade, above the net yearly income, are exempt from taxa- 
tion. 

Table F shows the valuation of such property, as returned 
to the assessors, to be $825,890.70; the net incoihe, $23,- 
632.55; taxable loss, $802,258.15; and the amount refunded 
to cities and towns, $10,967.25. 

Table G contains tabulated results of returns received from 
alJ the cities and towns in the State, in substantially the same 
form as last year. 



16 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Hampden has failed to make a return , although repeated re- 
quests have been made. 

The same form of statement has been continued, as it fur- 
nishes opportunity for comparison with statements of previous 
years, and because, on the whole, it exhibits fairly the finan- 
cial condition of municipalities. 

Table H has been prepared to show the percentage of debt 
to valuation for purposes of local taxation, and a column has 
been added to give sinking funds where they exist. 

In calculating these percentages, trust funds have been 
omitted from the amount of debts in those towns where there 
is an asset of the same character to the amount of such asset. 

For convenience of comparison, I have added to the tables a 
statement (Table I) of the indebtedness of the several munici- 
palities for the years 1872, 1875, 1878 and 1894. In this 
table sinking funds and trust funds, to the extent of assets 
held, have been deducted from the outstanding debt of each 
municipality for all the years. 

The year 1872 was the commencement of the present sys- 
tem of reporting assets and liabilities. 

Upon comparing the tables for the past two years, it appears 
that 128 towns have diminished their net debt, 139 towns have 
increased it and 19 towns have neither increased nor dimin- 
ished . 

Sixty-six towns which had no debt last year have no debt 
this year; 71 towns have no debt this year, against 78 which 
were in like situation last year. 

The percentage of net debt has increased in 118 towns. 

A synopsis of the aggregate valuation by the local assessors, 
aggregate net debt of municipalities and percentage of same is 
herewith given for the years 1871 to 1894, inclusive ; — 



Ybar. 


Aggregate Valnatlon. 


Aggregate Net Debt. 


Percentage. 


1871, . 

1872, . 
1873, 
1874, 
1875, . 
1876, 
1877, . 


• ■ « 

■ • ■ 

1 • • « 

• » • • 
» • * • 

* ■ ■ • 
> « * • 


11,497,361,686 
1,696,699,969 
1,763,429,990 
1,831,601,165 
1,840,792,728 
1,769,359,431 
1,668,226,792 


$39,421,298 
45,221,745 
63,380,118 
64,904,069 
71,784,006 
72,165,156 
72,049,685 


.026 
,026 
.030 
.035 
.038 
.040 
.043 



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17 



Ybab. 



Aggregate Valoatton. 



Aggregate Net Debt. 



Percentage. 



1878, 

1879, 

1880, 

1881, 

1882, 

1883, 

1884, 

1885, 

1886, 

1887, 

1888, 

1889, 

1890, 

1891, 

1892, 

1893, 

1894, 



11,568,988,210 
1,529,521,014 
1,584,756,802 
1,648,239,976 
1,684,218,428 
1,781,297,061 
1,766,879,778 
1,782,349,143 
1,847,581,422 
1,932,548,807 
1,992.804,101 
2,072,170372 
2,154,134,626 
2,245.042,273 
2,338,026,090 
2,428,839,029 
2,471,521,605 



^8,864,685 
67,728,557 
68,512,929 
66,408,691 
62,782,507 
63,413,128 
63,595,568 
68,306.213 
63,586,220 
64,675,061 
65,586,603 
66,602,030 
70,742.786 
73,066,660 
76,483,323 
80,125,662 
87,786,918 



.043 
.044 
.043 
.039 
.037 
.036 
.036 
.036 
.034 
.033 
.032 
.032 
.032 
.032 
.032 
.032 
.036 



The gross interest-bearing debt of municipalities of the State 
was $124,770,526 on the first day of May, 1894. 

If we assume the rate of interest to average 4 per cent., 
which is a safe average, the amount raised by taxation for 
interest alone, in 1894, was $4,990,821. 

The aggregate net debt of the municipalities of the State 
for 1893 was $80,125,652; and for 1894, $87,786,918; show- 
ing an increase of $7,661,266. 

The aggregate local assessment of taxes for State, town and 
county purposes in 1894 was $36,914,205, as reported by the 
secretary. Of this, $2,000,000 was State tax and $2,479,877 
county tax, leaving $32,434,328 as the total local assessment 
for municipal purposes ; being 87 per cent, of the aggregate tax. 

The total amount of sinking funds reported last year was 
$36,978,076; this year it is $32,463,184, a decrease of 
$4,514,892. 

The gross debt for water works is $44,438,614 ; the amount 
of water sinking funds reported is $12,610,172, leaving $31,- 
828,442 net water debt, or 36 per cent, of net indebtedness. 

Chapter 133 of the Acts of the year 1882 provides that cities 
and towns required to establish a sinking fund for the payment 
of their indebtedness may, instead thereof, provide for the pay- 
ment of such indebtedness in such annual proportional payments 
as will extinguish the same within the time required by law. 



18 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Many towns, doubtless, have heretofore pursued the policy 
authorized by this act. Such returns as have been received 
are given in Table H. 

Steam Boilei'S. 

Table K contains the result of returns under the require- 
ments of Acts of 1873, chapter 321, tabulated as in previous 
years. 

Ipswich has failed to make return. 

Hxernpted Propei^ty. 

Table L contains a tabulated statement of the facts contained 
in the returns received, in accordance with the requirements of 
Acts of 1874, chapter 227. 

Monroe has failed to comply with the law, although repeated 
requests have been made. The importance of full and accurate 
returns of this character is felt very seriously from their want 
when examination is made into the effect of the tax laws. . 

Property held for Lite^^ary^ Benevolent^ Charitable and 

Scientific Purposes. 

Abstracts of the returns received under the provisions of 
chapter 217 of the Acts of the year 1882 will be found in 
Table M, showing the aggregate value of real estate to be 
$36,783,61i), and of personal estate, $35,951,739 ; total, $72,- 
735,358 ; showing also the income of the several corporations 
for the year ending May 1, 1894, $9,329,926, and the expen- 
ditures, $9,149,066. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHAS. ENDICOTT, 

Tax Commissioner, 



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TABLE A. 



Corporations Existing under Authoritt of this Commonwealth 
December 31, 1894, and Subject to Taxation under Chap- 
ter 13, Public Statutes. 

A. B. Noyes & Co. Corporation, Georgetown. Organization 
certified November 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. C. Dotton Lumber Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified November 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. C. Fairbanks Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Joly 29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. D. Puffer and Sons Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified October 23, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. F. Bemis Hat Company, Foxbovough. Organization certified 
July 2, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. F. Leonard Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
December 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. F. Towle & Son Company, Greenfield. Organization certified 
December 5, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. H. Atwood Company, Boston. Organization certified March 10, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. JuB Johnson Company, Chelsea. Organization certified January 
9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. M. Gardner Hardware Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 7, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. M. McPhail Piano Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 16, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. M. Niles Shoe Company, Brockton. Organization certified 
August 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. M. Richards Building Moving Company, Boston. Organization 
certified November 12, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. 8. Lowell Company, Worcester. Organization certified July 31, 
1889. Pub. Stot., c. 106. , 

A. S. Beyers Shoe Company, Salem. Organization certified March 
27, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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A. Storrs and Bement Company, Boston. Organization certified 
Jane 7, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. T. Steams Lumber Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 28, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. W. Ciapp Company, Boston. Organization certified July 18, 

1891. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

A. W. Eaton Paper Company, Lee. Organization certified January 
24, 1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

A. W. Strauss Paint and Varnish Company, Boston. Organization 
certified December 21, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Abbot Spinner Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 6, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Abbott Slipper Company, The, Lynn. Organization certified March 
80, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Abbott's Menthol Piaster Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified January 31, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Abington Tack and Machine Association, Abington. Organization 
certified June 1, 1876. 1870, c. 224. 

Abram French Company, Boston. Organization certified February 
24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Acushnet Co-operative Association, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified November 9, 1867, under 1866, o. 290. 

Acushnet Mills Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
December 22, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Adams & Odell Incorporated, Boston. Organization certified April 
17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Adams Brothers Manufacturing Company, Adams. Organization 
certified May 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Adams Drug Company, Boston. Organization certified October 6, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

'Adams Electric Light and Power Company, Adams. Organization 
certified December 10, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Adams Gas Light Company, South Adams. Organization certified 
November 13, 1860. 

Adelphi Rink Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
December 15, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Advertiser Newspaper Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 30, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

JEtna Knitting Company, Worcester. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 11, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

^tna Mills, Watertown. Chartered 1864, c. 33. 

Agawam Company, lAgawam. Organization certified June 3, 1857. 

Agawam Farm Company, Wareham. Organization certified October 
28, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Agawam Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified April 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Agawam Paper Company, West Springfield. Organization certified 
June 14, 1859. 

Albany Street Freight] Railway Company, Boston. Chartered 1868, 
c. 97. 

Albemarle Slate Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Jane 3, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Albert Field Tack Company, Taunton. Chartered 1869, c. 376. 

Albertson Marble Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
June 4, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Albion Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified December 
20, 1869. 

Alcazar Music Hall Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
October 5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Algonquin Printing Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
June 24, 1891. Pub. Stot, c. 106. 

Allen and Fndicott Building Company, The, Cambridge. Organ- 
ization certified June 30, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Allen Fan Company, Braintree. Organization certified July 28, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Allen Gymnasium Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
June 28, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 115. 

Allen Lane Company, Boston. Organization certified December 18, 

1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Allerton Building Company, Marblehead. Chartered 1889, c. 2. 

Alpha Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 19, 1894. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Alta Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 16, 1886. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Altamonte Springs Company, Boston. Chartered 1894, c. 79. 

American Bedstead Company, The, Westborough. Organization 
certified December 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Bell Telephone Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 17, 1880. ^ 1880, c. 117. 

American Bolt Company, Lowell. Organization certified December 
23, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

American Casket Hardware Company, The, Westfield. Organiza- 
tion certified July 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Cigar Company, Westfield. Organization certified July 
U, 1873. 

American Citizen Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 15, 1888. Fub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 



22 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

American Collection Agency, Boston. Organization certified Jane 
16, 1886. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

American Confectionery Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 6, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Cultivator Publishing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified January 29, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Dry Plate Company, The, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified October 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Fire Hose Manufacturing Company, Chelsea. Organiza- 
tion certified November 30, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

American Grospel Publishing Society, The, Boston. Organization 
certified April 5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Insurance Company, Boston. Chartered 1818, c. 15. 

American Landlords' Liability Insurance Company, Boston. Char- 
tered 1888, c. 205. 

American Linen Company, Fall River. Chartered 1853, c. 92. 

American Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1881, c. 80. 

American Mica Company, Boston. Organization certified July 28, 
1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

American Net and Twine Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 13, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

American Optical Company, Southbridge. Organization certified 
March 15, 1869. Reorganized February 15, 1871. 1870, 
c. 224, § 12. 

American Pad & Paper Company, The, Holyoke. Organization 
certified February 27, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Paper Bag Company, Boston. Organization certified 
August 12, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

American Powder Mills, The, Boston. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 13, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Press Association of Massachusetts, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified November 12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Printing Company, The, Fall River. Organization certi- 
fied February 2, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

American Publishing Company, The, Lawrence. Organization cer- 
tified June 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Rapid Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, Boston. 
Organization certified December 16, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

American Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified Julv 30, 
1878. 1870, c. 224. 

American Steam Gauge Company, Boston. Chartered 1854, c. 86. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, New York. 



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American Telephone and Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, 
Boston. Organization certified September 20, 1886. Pub. 
Stat., c. 106. 

American Tool and Machine Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 4, 1864. 

American Tube Works, Somerville. Organization certified April 29, 
1852. 

American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham. Chartered 1854, c. 
123. 1885, c. 26. 

American Watch Tool Company, Waltham. Organization certified 
November 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

American Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 11, 1870, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Ames Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Chartered 1884, c. 31. 

Ames Plow Company, Boston. Organization certified February 24, 
1864. 

Ames Sword Company, Boston. Organization certified May 14, 
1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Amesbnry and Salisbury Gas Company, Amesbury. Assessment 
certified August 4, 1860. 

Amesbnry Building Corporation, The, Amesbury. Organization 
certified December 10, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Amesbury Carriage Company, The, Amesbury. Organization certi- 
fied December 10, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Amesbury Electric Light, Heat & Power Company, Amesbury. 
Organization certified May 28, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106; 
1891, c. 360. 

Amesbury Opera House Company, The, Amesbury. Organization 
certified May 12, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Amesbury Shoe Company, The, Newburyport. Organization cer- 
tified March 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Amherst Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Amherst. Organ- 
ization certified June 23, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Amherst Gas Company, The, Amherst. Organization certified Jan- 
nary 17, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Amherst Water Company, Amherst. Chartered 1880, c. 179. 

Andover Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Andover. Organi- 
zation certified June 19, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Andover Electric Company, The, Andover. Organization certified 
May 2, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Aodover Gas Light Company, Andover. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 26, 1889. Pub. SUt., c. 106. 

Andover Press (Limited), The, Andover. Organization certified 
September 14, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



24 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Andover Review CompaDj, The, Andover. Organization certified 
December 5, 1883. Fob. Stat., c. 106. 

Angier Chemical Company, The, Newton. Organization certified 
February 29, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Annawan Manufactory, Fall River. Chartered 1825. 

Anthony and Cushman Tack Company, Taunton. Organization cer- 
tified September 26, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Appleton Company, Lowell. Chartered 1828. 1827, c. 45. 

Appleton Shoe Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
August 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Apsley Rubber Company, Hudson. Organization certified February 
29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Archibald Wheel Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
December 27, 1871. 

Arena Newspaper Company, Lowell. Organization certified July 24, 

1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Arlington Co-operative Association, The, Lawrence. Organization 
certified July 8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Arlington Gas Light Company, Arlington. Chartered 1854, c. 207. 
1867, c. 221. 

Arlington Hotel Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
October 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Arlington Mills, Lawrence. Organization certified February 20, 
1865. 1875, c. 1. 

Arms Manufacturing Company, The, Deerfield. Organization certi- 
fied May 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Armstrong Transfer Express Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 26, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Arnold Print Works, Adams. Organization certified October 10, 
1876. 

Arthur C. Harvey Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 14, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Arthur C. King Company, Worcester. Organization certified July 
7, 1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Arthur Treat Company, Boston. Organization certified March 14, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ashburnham Reservoir Company, Ashburnham. Chartered 1853, c. 
268. 

Ashby Reservoir Company, Ashby. Chartered 1869, c. 225. 

Ashfield Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Ashfield. Organ- 
ization certified November 5, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ashland Shoe <& Leather Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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AsBabei ManafactariDg Company, Sudbary and Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified September 11, 1862. 

Atherton Machine Company, Tewksbary. Organization certified 
December 31, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

AHierton Paint Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
October 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Athol and Orange Street Railway Company. Organization certified 
July 19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 115. 

Athol €ra8 and Electric Company, Athol. Organization certified 
February 25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Athol Machine Company, The, Athol. Organization certified Jun& 
4, 1868. 

Athol Water Company, Athol. Chartered 1877, c. 121. 

Atkinson Coal Company, Newburyport. Organization certified April 
16, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlantic Cotton Mills, Lawrence. Chartered 1846, c. 7. 

Atlantic Glue Company, Lynn. Organization certified February 9» 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Atlantic Lumber Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlantic News Company, Boston. Oiganization certified December 
21, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlantic Novelty Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified April 26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlantic Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified December 28, 1885. Pub. Stet., c. 106. 

Atlantic Wharf Company, Gloucester. Organization confirmed by 
Acts of 1888, c. 140. 

Atlantic Works, East Boston. Chartered 1853, c. 271. 

Atlas Brokerage Company, The, Boston. Organization certified July 
8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlas Pulp Company, Springfield. Oiganization certified March 30, 
1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atlas Tack Corporation, Boston. Organization certified April 21, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Atdeborough Branch Railroad Company, Attleborough. Chartered 
1870, c. 100. 

Attleborough, North Attleborough and Wrentham Street Railway 
Company, Attleborough. Organization certified June 24, 1889. 
Pub. Stat., c. lis. 

Attieboroagb Steam and Electric Company Attleborough. Organ- 
ization certified October 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



26 TAX COMMISSIONERS REPORT. [Jan. 

Aubarn Mills Company, Aubnrn. Organization certified June 30, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Anstin C. Wellington Coal Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 7, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Automatic Winder Company, Boston. Organization certified March 
17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Avon Shoe Company, Avon. Organization certified November 22, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

B. F. Nichols Belting Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
January 13, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

B. F. Sturtevant Company, Boston. Organization certified May 29, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

B. H. Woodsum Company, Braintree. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 23, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

B. L. Bragg Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
February 5, 1892. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

B. M. C. Durfee Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Fall River. 
Chartered 1887, c. 85. 

B. W. Fellows Machine Company, Beverly. Organization certified 
June 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Babcock Varnish Company, The, Boston. Oi^anization certified 
March 25, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bailey Weston Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
5, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Baker and Gay Company, Beverly. Organization certified April 9, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Baker-Hunnewell Co., Cambridge. Organization certified May 2, 

1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bakers and Confectioners Co-operative Association, The, Boston. 
Organization certified February 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Baker's Pond and Drain Fishing Company, (South) Yarmouth. 
Chartered 1858, c. 65. 

Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company. Boston. Organization cer- 
tified June 25, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Banister Carley Company, The, Northampton. Organization certified 
July 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Banker and Tradesman Company, Boston. Organization certified 
August 30, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bankers and Merchants Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, The, 
Boston. Organization certified November 3, 1883. Pub. Stat., 
c. 106. 

Barbour Stockwell Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
May 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 



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Bardwell, Anderson Company, Boston. Organization certified July 
11, 1894. Pab. Stat, c. 106. 

Bamaby Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization certi- 
fied April 22, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Barnard Manufaotoring Company, Fall River. Organization certi- 
fied June 30, 1874. 

Barnard Sumner & Putnam Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified January 29, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Barre Hotel Company, The, Barre. Organization certified June 22, 
1888. Pub. Stot, c. 106. 

Barre Water Company, Barre. Chartered 1894, c. 865. 

Battery Wharf Store Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 22, 1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Bay State Belting Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 26, 1884. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Bay State Biscuit Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
November 4, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Bay State Brick Company, Boston. Organization certified July 2, 
1863. Reorganized May 12, 1871. 1870, c. 224, § 12. 

Bay State Clothing Company, The, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied February 3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bay State Coal Company, Worcester. Organization certified June 
27, 1889. Pub. Stot, c. 106. 

Bay Stote Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Amherst. Or- 
ganization certified January 8, 1889. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Bay Stote Cordage Co., Newburyport. Organization certified De- 
cember 1, 1892. Pub. Stot, c. 106. 

Bay Stote Corset Company, Springfield. Organization certified July 
19, 1890. Pub. Stot, c. 106. 

Bay Stote Gas Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 2, 1884. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Bay Stote Gold Mining Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 14, 1867. 

Bay Stote House, Proprietors of the, Worcester. Chartered 1853, c. 
341. 1856,0.175. 

Bay Stote Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified May 25, 
1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Bay Stote Iron Company, Boston. Chartered 1850, c. 26. 

Baj State Metal Works, Cambridge. Organization certified May 10, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bay State Bobber Company, Boston. Organization certified Feb- 
maiy 27, 1894. Pub. iStat., c. 106. 



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Bay State Security Company, Boston. Organization certified No- 
vember 8, 1894. Pnb. Stat., c. 106. 

Bay State Shoe and Leather Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified May 8, 1866. 

Bay State Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1887, c. 150. 

Bay State Watch Case Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 6, 1885. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Bay State Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bay State Worsted Company, The, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied March 80, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beach and Clarridge Company, Boston. Organization certified June 
9, 1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beacon Cycle Manufacturing Company, Westborougb. Organization 
certified March 23, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beacon Oil Company, Boston. Organization certified January 9, 
1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Beacon Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
February 5, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beacon Shoe Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified January 31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beacon Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1892, c. 395. 

Beals Leather Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beattie Zinc Works Company, Reading. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 12, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bed Rock Emery Wheel Company, Gloucester. Organization certi- 
fied July 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bedford Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified May 21, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Beebe and Holbrook Company, The, Holyoke. Organization . certi- 
fied January 26, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Belcher and Taylor Agricultural Tool Company, Chicopee. Organi- 
zation certified November 25, 1864. 

Belchertown Co-operative Creamery Association, Belchertown. Or- 
ganization certified December 24, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Belding Company, Boston. Organization certified March 14, 1894. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bell Telephone Company, Boston. Organization certified July 30, 
1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Belmont Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization certi- 
fied December 22, 1893. Pub. Stat-, c. 106. 



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Belvidere Woollen Manafactaring Company, Lowell. Chartered 
1884, c. 133. 

BemiB and Call Hardware and Tool Company, Springfield. Organi- 
zation certified Jane 5, 1855. 

Bennett Manafactaring Corporation, The, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified March 7, 1889. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Bent Brothers Company, Wayland. Organization certified Febrnary 
24, 1898. Pnb. Stat., c. 106. 

Beoli Company, The, Fitchbarg. Organization certified Jaly 12, 
1893. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkeley Hoaae Company, Boston. Chartered 1871, c. 19. 

Berkshire Cotton Manafactaring Company, Adams. Organization 
certified Augast 29, 1889. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Coarier Company, Great Barrington. Organization certi- 
fied Febrnary 24, 1891. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Creamery Co-operative Association, Sandisfield. Organiza- 
tion certified December 3, 1886. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Electric Light, Heat & Power Co., The, Monterey. Organ- 
ization certified December 12, 1893. Pab. Stot., c. 106. 

Berkshire Glass Sand Company, The, Cheshire. Organization certi- 
fied November 15, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Berinhire Hills Co-operative Creamery Association, Monterey. Or- 
ganization certified March 1, 1887. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Ore Company, Richmond. Organization certified Aagast 
11, 1885. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Overall Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified Jana- 
aiy 4, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Berkshire Bailroad Company, Stockbridge. Chartered 1837, c. 162. 

Berkshire Tack Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
March 18, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Berkshire Water Company, Lee. Chartered 1880, c. 127. 1881, 
c. 81. 

Berkshire Woolen Company, Great Barrington. Chartered 1836, 
c. 54. 

Berlin Falls Fibre Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Jane 16, 1893. Pab. Stot., c. 106. 

Beverly and Danvers Street Railway Company, Beverly. Organiza- 
tion certified May 27, 1889. Pab. Stot., c. 113. 

Beverly BoUding Association, The, Beverly. Organization certified 
Jaly 16, 1889. Pab. Stot., c. 106. 

Bererly Co-operative Association, Beverly. Organization certified 
March 5, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Beverly Gas and Electric Company, Beverly. Organization certified 
Jane 15, 1859. 1891, c. 360. 



30 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Beverly Marine Railway, Beverly. Chartered 1858, c. 37. 1892, 

0. 205. 

Bigelow and Dowse Company, Boston. Organization certified Jan* 
nary 11, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bigelow Carpet Company, Clinton. Chartered 1854, c. 89. 

Bigelow Lithographic Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
August 13, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Black Rock Hotel Company, Cohasset. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blackstone Valley Co-operative Creamery Company, Uxbridge. Or- 
ganization certified November 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blackstone Water Company, Blackstone. Chartered 1894, c. 362. 

Blair Camera Company, Boston. Organization certified January 5,. 
1882. 1886, c. 43. 

Blair Manufacturing Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified July 23, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blake Manufacturing Company, Springfleld. Organization certified 
February 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blanchard & Watts Engraving Company, The, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified May 21, 1894. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Bleak House Association, Dennis. Organization certified November 

1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blue Hill Electric Company, The, Canton. Organization certified 
August 30, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boott Cotton Mills, Lowell. Chartered 1835, c. 74. 

Border City Hotel Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
April 14, 1888. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Border City Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization 
certified February 28, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Advertising Company, Boston. Organization certified July 
16, 1888. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Boston and Albany Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1867, 
c. 270. 1869, c. 461. 

Boston and Bangor Steamship Company, Boston. Organization 
certified July 6, 1875. 1882, c. 13. 

Boston and Chelsea Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1854,^ 
c. 445. 

Boston and Gloucester Steamboat Company, The, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified April 2, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston and Lowell Bicycle Railway Company. Chartered 1894, 
c. 550. 

Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation, Boston. Chartered 1830, 
c. 4. 1881, c. 98. 



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BoBton and Machias Steamship Company, Boston. Organization 
certified June 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston and Maine Railroad, Boston. Cliartered 1833, o. 109 ; 1837, 
c. 113 ; 1839, c. 82 ; 1841, c. 56 ; 1843, c. 90. 

Boston and Philadelphia Steamship Company, Boston. Chartered 
1873, c. 46. 

Boston and Providence Railroad Corporation, Boston. Chartered 
1831, c. 56. 

Boston and Provincetown Steamship Company, The, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified May 3, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston and Revere Electric Street Railway Company, Revere. Or- 
ganization certified May 16, 1888. 1889, c. 363. 

Boston and Rozbury Mill Corporation, The, Boston. Chartered 
1814, c. 39. 

Boston Art Company, Boston. Organization certified November 2, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Bank Note and Lithographing Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified May 6, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Base Ball Association, Boston. Chartered 1871, c. 131. 

Boston Beer Company, Boston. Chartered 1828. 1827, c. 32. 

Boston Belting Company, Boston. Chartered 1845, c. 177. 1847, 
c. 96. 

Boston Blower Company, The, Boston. Organization certified June 
1, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Book Binding and Stationery Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified September 6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Book Company, The, Boston. Organization certified June 
3, 1889. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Boston Cab Company, Boston. Organization certified February 2, 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Can Company, Boston. Organization certified February 27, 
1866. 

Boston Casting Company, Boston. Organization certified February 
28, 1894. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Boston Chair Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied December 4, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

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Boston Clock Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
20, 1880. 1884, c. 300. 

Boiton Coal Company, Boston. Organization certified January 22, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Coffer Dam Company, Boston. Organization certified May 
28, 1864. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



32 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan, 

Boston Cold Storage and Freezing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified May 5, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Co-operative Building Company, Boston. Chartered 1871, c. 
324. 1872, c. 184. 

Boston Co-operative Flower Growers Association, The, Boston. 
Organization certified November 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Cordage Company, Boston. Organization certified July 13, 
1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Counter Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Cydorama Company, Boston. Organization certified June 
12, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Dental Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified April 20, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Dry Goods Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Duck Company, Palmer and Belchertown. Chartered 1845, 
C.47. 

Boston Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified July 31, 
1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Electric Light Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 14, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Electric Protective Association, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied April 29, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Boston. Chartered 1894, c. 548.r 

Boston Enterprise Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified June 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Excursion Steamship Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 13, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Fire Brick and Clay Retort Manufacturing Company, Boston. 
Organization certified January 26, 1864. 

Boston Flint Paper Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 26, 1882. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Forge Company, Boston. Organization certified March 28, 
1867. 

Boston Fresh Tripe Company, Boston. Organization certified July 
3, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Fruit Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
30, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Furnace Company, Boston. Organization certified May 9, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Furniture Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Boston Gas liight Company, Boston. Chartered 1823. 1822, c. 41. 

Boston Gore and Web Manufactaring Company, Chelsea. Organ- 
ization certiOed November 16, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Heating Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
23, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Herald Company, The, Boston. Organization certified April 
30, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Ice Company, The, Boston. Organization certified April 13, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Incandescent Lamp Company, The, Boston. Oi^anization 
certified March 26, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Journal of Commerce Publishing Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified September 26, 1872. 

Boston Last Manufacturing Company, Maiden. Organization certi- 
fied January 7, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified July 19, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Lighterage & Towing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified August 15, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Limited Pai-tnership Company, Boston. Chartered 1885, 
e. 208. 

Boston Lunch Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Chartered 1813. 
1812, c. 92. 

Boston Marble and Granite Company, The, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified March 2, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Marine Insurance Company, Boston. Organized December 
23, 1873, under 1872, c. 375. 

Boston Mining and Stock Exchange, Boston. Organization certified 
October 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Mirror Company, Boston. Organization certified January 11, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Multiplex Telegraph Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 1, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Music Hall Association, Boston. Chartered 1851, c. 124. 
1871, c. 2. 

Boston Oregon Mast Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 19, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Parcel Delivery Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May .5, 1887. Pub. Stat^ c. 106. 

Boston Pier, or the Long Wharf, Proprietors of, Boston. Chartered 
1772. 1871, c. 136. 



34 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Boston Plate and Window Glass Company, Boston. Organization 
certified January 11, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Power Company, Boston. Organization certified May 2, 

1893. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Boston Real Estate Association of Boston, Boston. Chartered 1888, 
c. 126. 

Boston Regalia Company, The, Boston. Organization certified July 
9, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad Company, Boston. Or- 
ganized May 23, 1874. 1872, c. 53. 

Boston Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified August 
29, 1878. 1870, «. 224. 

Boston Rubber Shoe Company, Maiden. Chartered 1853, c. 277. 
1855, c. 367. 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1867, 
c. 151. 1874, c. 373 ; 1875, c. 123. 

Boston School Supply Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Security Company, Boston. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Spar Company, The, Boston. Organization certified July 
80, 1888. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Boston Specialty and Toy Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Steam Fishing Co., Boston. Organization certified April 11, 

1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Stereotype Foundry, Boston. Chartered 1850, c. 119. 

Boston Storage Warehouse Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified April 15, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Terra Cotta Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 7, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Boston Theatre, The Proprietors of the, Boston. Chartered 1858, 
c. 79. 

Boston Thread and Twine Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 23, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Times Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 28, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Tow Boat Company, Boston. Chartered 1873, c. 27. 

Boston Trading and Export Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified May 7, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Transcript Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 19, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 



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BoBton Transfer Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Veterinary Hospital, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 7, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Boston Water Power Company, Boston. Chartered 1824, c. 26. 

Boston Wharf Company, The, Boston. Chartered 1836, c. 259. 

Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company, Boston. Organization 
certified June 25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bourne Mills, Fall River. Organization ertified June 30, 1881. 
1870, c. 224. 

Bouv6, Crawford & Co. (Corporation), Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bowenville Coal Company, The, Fall River. Organization certified 
May 10, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bowker Fertilizer Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
14, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Boyd and Corey Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Company, The, 
Marlborough. Organization certified, November 10, 1883. 
Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Boylston Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified De- 
cember 26, 1872. 1886, c. 58. 

Boylston Market Association, The, Boston. Chaitered 1809. 1808, 
c. 48. 

Boylston Pharmacy (Incorporated), Boston. Organization certified 
May 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brackett's Market Corporation, Newton. Organization certified 
July 29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bradford Joint Company, Plymouth. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 22, 1871. 

Bradford Water Company, Bradford. Chartered 1884, c. 136. Re- 
vived 1886, c. 310. 

Bradford Yarn Mills, Brookfield. Organization certified February 5, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bradley Fertilizer Company, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 2, 1872. 

Bradt and Woods Company, The, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified April 6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brainard Milling Machine Company, Boston* Organization certified 
July 8, 1871. 

Braintree and Weymouth Street Railway Company. Organization 
eertified October 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

BraiDtree Street Railway Company, The, Braintree. Oi^anization 
certified September 13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 



36 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Braintree Wood and Lumber Company, Braintree. Organization 
certified December 12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brant Rock Water Company, Marshfield. Chartered 1890, c. 174. 

Bridge water and East Bridge water Street Railway Company. Or- 
ganization certified June 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Bridgewater Box Company, Bridgewater. Organization certified 
June 7, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bridgewater Electric Company, The, Bridgewater. Organization 
certified August 23, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bridgewaters Water Company, Bridgewater. Chartered 1887, c 192. 

Briggs and Allyn Manufacturing Company, Lawrence* Organiza- 
tion certified February 8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Briggs Carriage Company, Amesbury. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 4, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brigham' Factory Company, Whitman. Chartered 1887, c. 158. 

Bristol Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organization 
certified September 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brockton and Bridgewater Street Railway Company. Organization 
certified June 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Brockton and East Bridgewater Street Railway Company. Organi- 
zation certified June 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 118. 

Brockton & Holbrook Street Railway Company, Brockton. Organ- 
ization certified September 13, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 113. 

Brockton and Stoughton Street Railway Company. Organization 
certified June 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Brockton Co-operative Boot and Shoe Company, The, Brockton. 
Organization certified November 26, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brockton Gas Light Company, Brockton. Organization certified 
September 14, 1859. 1882, c. 38. 

Brockton Industrial Corporation, Brockton. Organization certified 
July 19, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brockton Publishing Company, The, Brockton. Organization certi- 
fied June 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brockton Real Estate and Improvement Company, Brockton. Char- 
tered 1884, c. 270. 

Brockton Street Railway Company, Brockton. Organization certified 
December 28, 1880. 

Brookfield Brick Company, Brookfield. Organization certified May 
31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brookfield Shoe Company, Brookfield. Organization certified July 3, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brookline and Peppercll Railroad Company, Groton. Organization 
certified October 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 112, 



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Brookline Artificial Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 14, 1892. Pub. SUt., c. 106. 

Brookline Gas Light Company, Brookline. Chartered 1853, c. 17. 

Brookside Paper Manufacturing Company, New Marlborough. Or- 
ganization certified June 19, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Brophy Bros. Shoe Co., Lynn. Organization certified October 28, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brown and Simpson Company, The, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied March 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The, Fitchburg. Organiza- 
tion certified April 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Brown Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bryant Box Company, The, Westfield. Organization certified June 
30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bufford*8 Sons Lithographic Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified June 21, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Buildings Cleaning Co., The, Boston. Organization certified July 8, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bu^et & Lewis Company, Great Barrington. Organization certified 
March 8, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Burke Heel Company, Rowley. Organization certified July 8, 1893. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Burleigh Rock Drill Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization certi- 
fied December 16, 1867. 

Burleigh Tunnel Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
February 27, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Burnett Paint Company, Pepperell. Organization certified October 
2.5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Bort and Packard Company, The, Brockton. Organization certified 
January 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Bnrtworth Carpet Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
December 11, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Batcher Cyclometer Company, Boston. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 19, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Batcher Polish Company, The, Boston. Oi^anization certified May 
24, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Batchers' Rendering Association Co-operative, Woburn. Organiza- 
tion certified July 26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Butchers' Rendering Company of Fall River, The, Fall River. Or- 
ganization certified November 9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Botcbers' Slaughtering and Melting Association, Brighton. Char- 
tered 1870, c. S65. 



38 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Butler Milling Company, Lowell. Organization certified December 
24, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Butterfield Printing and Binding Company, Lowell. Organization 
certified January 2, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Buttrick Lumber Company, The, Waltham. Organization certified 
April 30, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Byron Weston Company, Dalton. Organization certified September 
21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. A. Cross & Co., Incorporated, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
May 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. A. Edgarton Manufacturing Company, The, Shirley. Organiza- 
tion certified February 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. A. Nichols Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
July 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

C. B. Cook Laundry Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
June 9, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. E. Macomber Company, Fall River. Organization certified May 
3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. E. Osgood Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. F. Paige & Co., Incorporated, Athol. Organization certified 
March 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. H. Dunham Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
August 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. I. W. Maynard Company, Lowell. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. S. Grieves Paint Co., Amesbury. Organization certified January 
5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C. T. Sampson Manufacturing Company, North Adams. Organiza- 
tion certified December 17, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

C. W. Mutell Manufacturing Company, The, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified October 31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cable Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
13, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Calumet Woolen Company, Uxbridge. Organization certified May 
9, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cambridge Baking Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
January 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cambridge District Messenger Company, The, Cambridge. Organ- 
ization certified Nov. 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cambridge Electric Light Company, Cambridge. Organization certi- 
fied January 28, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cambridge Gas Light Company, Cambridge. Chartered 1852, c. 36. 



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Cambridge Lyceam, Cambridge. Organized May, 1841. Rev. Stat., 
c. 41 ; 1869, c. 271. 

Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Cambridge. Chartered 
1890, c. 287. 

Cambridge Vinegar Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
Jnly 16, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cambridgeport Diary Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
February 13, 1873. 

Cantelo Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
August 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cape Ann Anchor Works, Gloucester. Organization certified June 
26, 1868. 

Cape Ann Drop Forge Works, Gloucester. Organization certified 
May 14, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cape Ann Granite Railroad Company, The, Gloucester. Organized 
September 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 112. 

Cape Ann Isinglass Company, Rockport. Organization certified 
November 26, 1872. 1879, c. 84. 

Cape Ann Printing Company, Gloucester. Organization certified 
December 4, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cape Cod Ship Canal Company, Sandwich. Chartered 1883, c. 259 ; 
1884, c. 274 ; 1887, c. 222 ; 1891, c. 397. 

Cape Cod South Side Railroad Company. Chartered 1894, c. 468. 

Cape Poge Ferry Company, Cottage City. Chartered 1891, c. 146. 

Carew Freestone Company, The, Boston. Oi^anization certified 
December 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Carew Manufacturing Company, South Hadley. Chartered 1848, c. 
175. 

Carpenter-Morton Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 20, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Carter, Rice <& Co., Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
July 23, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Carver Cotton Gin Company, East Bridgewater. Oi^anization certi- 
fied July 23, 1872. 

Cascade Power Company, The, Westfield. Organization certified 
July 13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cassino Art Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 28, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

C&ton Medical Specific Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 4, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cattte Fair Hotel, Brighton. Chartered 1830. 1829, c. 123. 

Central Massachasetts Electric Company, Palmer. Organization 
certified January 13, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



40 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Central Massacbasetts Railroad Company. Authorized 1883, c. 64. 
Organized November 10, 1883. 

Central Mica Mining Company, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified May 9, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Central Mills Company, Southbridge. Chartered 1863, c. 8. 

Central Square Wharf Company, East Boston. Chartered 1848, 
c. 298. 

Central Wharf and Wet Dock Corporation, The, Boston. Chartered 
1815. 1814, c. 172. 

Century Manufacturing Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified August 2, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Century Stove Company, The, Dighton. Organization certified 
December 8, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chace Mills, Fall River. Organization certified November 11, 1871. 

Chad wick Lead Works, Boston. Organization certified March 13, 
1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chadwick Plush Company, Holyoke. Organization certified February 
24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chamberlin & Sawyer Co., Worcester. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Champion Card and Paper Company, Pepperell. Organization cer- 
tified June 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chandler Adjustable Chair and Desk Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified February 9, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chapman Valve Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified July 20, 1874. 

Charlemont Co-operative Association, Charlemont. Organization 
certified September 7, 1892. 

Charlemont Co-operative Creamery, Charlemont. Organization cer- 
tified April 6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles A. Millen Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles A. White Company, Boston. Organization certified July 26, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles Baker Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
April 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles E. Harwood Company, Lynn. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles F. Bates Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified June 21, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Charles J. Jager Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Charles Perry Manafacturiug Company, Rehoboth. Organization 
certified October 15, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. * 

Charles River Embankment Company, Boston. Chartered 1881, c. 
211. 1891, c. 306. 

Chas. S. Binner Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles S. Brown Company, Boston. Organization certified April 
10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charles Wing Company, The, Amesbury. Organization certified 
November 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charlestown Enterprise Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 6, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company, Boston. Chartered 1846, 
c- 98. 1891, c. 360. 

Charlestown Stove Co., The, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 23, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chase & Company Corporation, Boston. Organization certified July 
27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chase Elevator and Manton Windlass Company, Fall River. Organ- 
ization certified October 29, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1891, 
c. 360. 

Chase Turbine Manufacturing Company, Orange. Organization cer- 
tified March 6, 1874. 

Chatham Railroad Company, Chatham. Organization certified 
February 25, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 112. 

ChauDcy Hall School, Boston. Organized March 24, 1874. Gen. 
Stat., c. 32. 

Chebaceo House Company, The, Hamilton. Organization certified 
May 3, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chelmsford Foundry Company, Chelmsford. Organization certified 
May 23, 1859. 

Chelsea Cordage Company, Chelsea. Organization certified February 
12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chelsea Express Despatch Company, Chelsea. Organization certified 
October 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chelsea Gas Light Company, Chelsea. Chartered 1852, c. 179. 

Chelsea Pottery, U. S., The, Chelsea. Organization certified July 
15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chelsea Wire Fabric Rubber Company, Chelsea. Organization cer- 
tified February 26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chemical Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified January 
9, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield. Organization certified 
July 13, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Cheqaasset Lamber Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 27, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cheshire Shoe Manufacturing Company, Cheshire. Organization 
certified February 25, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cheshire Water Company, Cheshire. Chartered 1875, c. 41. 

Cheshire White Quartz Sand Company, Cheshire. Organization 
certified March 9, 1876. 

Chester Co-operative Cream Ay Association, Chester. Organization 
certified February 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chester Paper Company, The, Huntington. Organization certified 
March 30, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chestnut Hill Real Estate Association of Marlborough, Marlborough. 
Chartered 1888, c. 61. 

Chicopee Electric Light Company, Chicopee. Organization certified 
March 1, 1887. Pub. Stftt*, C IM. 



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Childs & Kent Express Company, Lynn. Organization certified 
October 12, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Chisel Edge Nut Lock Co., New Bedford. Organization certified 
November 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Choate Drug and Chemical Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified September 14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Christian Register Association, The, Boston. Organization certified 
July 11, 1872. 

Christian Witness Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
May 25, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. Change of name, 1891, c. 
360. 

Church Cleansing Company, Boston. Organization certified March 
4, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Church Mills Knitting Company, Middlefield. Organization certified 
August 6, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cigar Makers Co-operative Association, The, Boston. Organization 
certified March 26, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Citizen Newspaper Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified 
March 27, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Citizen Publishing Company, Somerville. Organization certified 
November 12, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Citizens' Building Company, Athol. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 12, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Citizens' Gas Company of Medford, Medford. Organization cer- 
tified December 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Citizens' Gas Light Company of Quincy, Quincy. Chartered 1860, 
c. 86. 

Citizens' Gas Light Company of Reading, South Reading and Stone- 
ham, Wakefield. Organization certified January 10, 1862. 

City Job Print Company, The, Clinton. Organization certified March 
17, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

City Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified Apnl 23, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

City Mills Company, Franklin. Organization certified January 30, 
1879. 1870, c. 224. 

City of Mexico, Tampico & Rio Grande Railroad Company, Mexico. 
Organization certified August 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 112. 



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On page 43 read ** Claims Adjustment Corporation, The " 
instead of ^*- Claims Adjustable Corporation, The." 

1876. 

Clark and Chapman Machine Company, Montague. Organization 
certified September 15, 1871. 

Clark-Hutchinson Company, Boston. Organization certified May 
24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clark Sawyer Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clark W. Bryan Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
May '28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clark's Cove Guano Company, New Bedford. Organization certified 
January 25, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Clement Manufacturing Company, Northampton. Organization cer- 
tified July 7, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

demons Electrical Manufacturing Company, Attleborough. Organ- 
ization certified December 19, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clicquot Club Bottling and Extract Company, Millis. Organization 
certified June 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Climax Manufacturing Company, The, Boston, Organization cer- 
tified November 1, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clinton Express, The, Clinton. Organization certified May 10, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clinton Gas Light Company, Clinton. Chartered 1854, c. 62. 

Clinton Market Compari^, Boston. Chartered 1884, c. 83. 



44 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Clinton Printing Company, The, Clinton. Organization certified 
April 25, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Clinton Street Railway Company, The, Clinton. Organization cer- 
tified April 26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Clinton Wire Cloth Company, Clinton. Organized 1856, under 1851, 
c. 133. 1870, c. 224, § 12. 

Coates Clipper Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified January 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cobb Stove and Machine Compapy, Taunton. Organization certified 
January 23, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coburn and Taylor Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization 
certified November 27, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coburn Manufacturing Company, Framingham. Organization cer- 
tified June 12, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coburn Stationery Company, Boston. Organization certified May 
14, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coburn Trolley Track Manufacturing Company, The, Holyoke. 
Organization certified February 15, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cochichewick Lake Ice Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
April 3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cochrane Carpet Company, Maiden. Organization certified April 
24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cochrane Chemical Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 15, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coes Wrench Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 31, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cohannet Mills, Taunton. Organization certified July 8, 1874. 

Cohasset Electric Company, Cohasset. Organization certified July 
31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cohasset Water Company, Cohasset. Chartered 1886, c. 128. 

Colchester Mill Company, The, Amesbury. Organization certified 
May 12, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Coleman Cotton Mills, Boston. Organization certified August 18, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Collateral Loan Company, Boston. Chartered 1859, c. 173. 1869, 
c. 428. 

Collins Manufacturing Company, The, Wilbraham. Organization 
certified April 10, 1876. 

Collyer Insulated Wire Company, The, Hopedale. Organization 
certified March 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Columbia Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified June 1, 
1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Colambia Spinning Company, New Bedford. Organization certified 
August 30, 1892. Pub. Stat., e. 106. 

Columbia Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1S92, c. 400. 

Columbian Printing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 21, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Commercial Tow Boat Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 5, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Commercial Union Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, The, Bos- 
ton. Organization certified August 3, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Commercial Wharf Company, The, Boston. Chartered 1832, c. 51. 
1882, c. 39. 

Commonwealth Jewelry Company, Boston. Organization certified 
August 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Commonwealth Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Commonwealth Shoe and Leather Company, Boston. Organization 
certified May 9, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Composite Brake-Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Conanicut Mills, Fall River. Organization certified March 6, 1880. 
1870, c. 224. 

Conant Bros, and Bragg Co., Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Conant Hotel Company, The, Sterling. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Condor Iron Foundry Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Connecticut River Bridge, The Proprietors of, Montague. Chartered 
1796. 

Connecticut River Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
October 30, 1888. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Connecticut River Railroad Company, Northampton. Chartered 
1845, c. 8. 1886, c. 16. 

Connecticut Steam Stone Company, The, Cambridge. Organization 
certified April 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Consolidation Steamboat Company, The, Salem. Organization cer- 
tified January 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Constitution Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1855, c. 420. 

Consumers* Gas Company, of Boston, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified July 11, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cooveyancers Title Insurance Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 15, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106, and 1887, c. 214. 



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Conway Co-operative Creamery of Conway, Mass., Conway, Or- 
ganization certified May 25, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Conway Electric Street Railway Company, Conway. Chartered 
1894, c. 252. 

Co-operative Gas and Oil Stove Company, Boston. Organization 
certified June 19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Co-operative Store Company, The, Kingston. Organization certified 
May 21, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Cordaville Woolen Company, Southborough. Organization certified 
March 9, 1876. 1870, c. 224. 

Cordis Mills, Millbury. Organization certified June 25, 1875. 
1870, c. 224. 

Corey Leather Company, Boston. Organization certified December 

28, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Cornelius Callahan Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
May 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cornell Mills, Fall River. Organization certified March 80, 1889. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Corwin-Wilde Company, The, Boston. Organization certified March 

29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cotocheset Company, Barnstable. Organization certified September 
13, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cottage City Gas and Electric Light Company, The, Cottage City. 
Organization certified May 9, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cottage City Street Railway Company, Cottage City. Organization 
certified March 2, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Cottage City Water Company, Cottage City. Chartered 1890, c. 151. 

Courier-Citizen Company, Lowell. Organization certified November 
19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Courier Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified July 8, 
1871. 

Cowell and Hall Manufacturing Company, The, Wrentham. Organ- 
ization certified September 1, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Craig & Richards Granite Company, The, Quincy. Organization 
certified August 23, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Craighead & Kintz Company, Andover. Organization certified June 
22, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Criterion Knitting Company, Lowell. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 19, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crocker Harness Company, Tisbury. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 22, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crocker Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
May 25, 1871. 



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Croinptx>n Associates, Worcester. Chartered 1893, c. 410. 

Crompton Loom Works, Worcester. Organization certified March 
3, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company, Boston. Organization 
certified August 6, 1875. 1870, c. 224. 

Crosman Box Company, Lynn. Organization certified January 21, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crowell Manufacturing Company, Gloucester. Organization certified 
November 5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crystal Emery Wheel Company, The, Northampton. Organization 
certified August 20, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Crystal Mills Company, Chester. Organization certified May 27, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Crystal Spring Bleaching and Dyeing Company, Freetown. Organ- 
ization certified March 11, 1881. 1870, c. 224.1^ 

Cummington Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Cummington. 
Organization certified July 8, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cundy Music Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cunningham Iron Works Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 1, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Currier Telephone Bell Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 31, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Curtis and Pope Lumber Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 23, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106, 

Curtis Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 14, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Cutler Company, The, Wilbraham. Organization ceitified December 
23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cutler Lyons and Field, Incorporated, Greenfield. Organization 
certified December 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Cutter and Walker Manufacturing Company, Lowell. Organization 
certified April 14, 1875. 

Cutter Tower Company, Boston. Organization certified July 9, 
1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Cycle Improvement Company, Westborough. Organization certified 
December 8, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. A. Eaton Company, Boston. Organization certified January 6, 
1894. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

D. & L, Slade Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
22, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. C. Storr Furniture Company, The, Cambridge. Organization 
certified January 27, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



48 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

D. D. White Shoe Company^ Taunton. Oi*ganization certified April 
9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. Girouard Company, The, Spencer. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 6, 1888. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

D. H. Brigham Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
March 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. L. Page Company, Lowell. Organization certified May 1, 1890. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. Lothrop Company, Boston. Organization certified February 26, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. Mackintosh & Sons Company, The, Holyoke. Organization cer- 
tified July 11, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. S. McDonald Company, Boston. Organization certified March 4, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. S. Quirk Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 7, 189>. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. T. Dudley and Son Company, The, Sutton. Organization cer- 
tified December 20, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

D. Webster King Glue Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Daily News Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified July 6, 

1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Daily News Publishing Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified November 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dalton Ingersoll Company, Boston. Organization certified February 
27, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dalton Shoe Co., Dalton. Organization certified June 15, 1889. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dalzell Axle Company, Egremont. Organization certified October 
2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Damon Brick Company, Lancaster. Organization certified February 
14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Damon Safe and Iron Works Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified January 1, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dana Hardware Company, Boston. Organization certified July 28, 

1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Daniels Cornell Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
September 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Danvers Co-operative Association, Danvers. Organization certified 
August 16, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Danvers Co-operative Union Society, Danvers. Organization certified 
January 19, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Danvers Gas Light Company, Danvers. Organization certified 
August 1, 1861. 



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Danvers Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1852, c. 32. 

Danversport Rabber Company, The, Danvers. Organization certified 
June 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., e. 106. 

Dart Express Company, Marlborough. Organization certified July 
28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dartmouth and Westport Street Railway Company, Dartmouth. 
Organization certified March 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Davenport and Hersey Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 31, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis and Famum Manufacturing Company, Waltham. Organiza- 
tion certified January 29, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis and Furber Machine Company, North Andover. Organization 
certified January 15, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis and McLane Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organiza- 
tion certified January 25, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis Chapin Company, The, Boston. Organization certified March 
31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis Coast Wrecking Corporation, New Bedford. Organization 
certified June 27, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis Company, The, Rowe. Organization certified July 10, 1883. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Davis Sulphur Ore Company, Rowe. Organization certified June 7, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Davol Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1867, c. 175. 

Day and Jobson Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
July 6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Day Cordage Company, Cambridge. Organization certified March 
24, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dean- Whiting Elevator Co., The, Worcester. Organization certified 
September 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Deane Steam Pump Com pan v. The, Holyoke. Organization certified 
December 6, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric Light Company, Dedham. 
Chartered 1853, c. 68 ; 1871, c. 292 ; 1886, c. 206. 

Dedham Electric Company, Dedham. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

'Dedham Lumber Company, Boston. Organization certified May 4, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dedham Water Company, Dedham. Chartered 1876, c. 13^. 

DenisoD Brothers Company, New Bedford. Organization certified 
March 7, 1891- Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dennifloo Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 15, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 



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Dennisport Fishing Company, Dennis. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Densmore-Yost Company, Westborough. Organization certified 
August 3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Derby, Kilmer & Pond Desk Co., Boston. Organization certified 
July 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Dickinson Hard Rubber Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified February 6, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Dighton Furnace Company, Taunton. Organization certified April 
25, 1870, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Dighton Manufacturing Company, (North) Dighton. Chartered 
1822, c. 10. 

Dighton Stove Lining Company, Dighton. Organization certified 
February 2, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Douahoe's Magazine Company, Boston. Organization certified April 
12, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dorchester Chemical Company, Boston. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 19, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dorchester Gas Light Company, Dorchester. Chartered 1854, c. 9. 

Dorchester Hygeia Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 23, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dover Stamping Company, Cambridge. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 6, 1871. 

Dow Adjustable Light Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Downer Kerosene Oil Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 7, 1860. 

Downs and Watson Company, Lynn. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 28, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dr. J. Melvin Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 25, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Dracut Water Supply Company, Dracut. Chartered 1890, c. 344. 

Drainage Construction Company, Boston. Organization certified 
August 17, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Draper Brothers Company, Canton. Organization certified February 
5, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Draper Machine Tool Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
May 21, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Drapery fixture and Wood Carving Company, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified December 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dresser Manufacturing Company, Southbridge. Chartered 1834, 
c. 32. 



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Dnscoll and Eaton Manufacturing Company, Natick. Organization 
certified September 17, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Drivers Union Ice Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dudley Feed Mills Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
August 26, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dudley Mills, Boston. Organization certified July 14, 1887. Pub. 
Stat., c. 106. 

Dunbar Mills Company, The, North Adams. Organization certified 
August 29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Duncan & Groodell Co., Worcester. Organization certified July 19, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Duncan Leather Manufacturing Company, Woburn. Organization 
certified May 3, 1887. P.ub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dunne Lyceum Bureau, The, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dupaul Toung Optical Company, Southbridge. Organization cer- 
tified June 20, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Dnrfee Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1866, c. 31. 

Dutcher Temple Company, Milford. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 18, 1867. 

Dwelling House Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 30, 1872. 1872, c. 375, § 9. 

Dwight Manufacturing Company, Chicopee. Chartered 1841, c. 13. 

Dwight Printing Company, Ashland. Organization certified January 
2, 1871. 

£. A. Richmond Carriage Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified September 1, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. A. Whitney Company, Boston. Organization certified August 
22, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

£. and A. H. Batcheller Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 31, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

£. and A. Mudge Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 22, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. Anthony & Sons Incorporated, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified December 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

£. B. Horn Company, The, Boston. Organization certified April 1, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. B. Tinkham Shoe Company, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified May 23, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

£. C. Manafactaring Company, Watertown. Organization certified 
November 8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



52 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT, [Jan. 

£. D. Jones and Sons Company, Pittsfleld. Oiganization certified 
April 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. 6. Higgins Co., Worcester. Organization certified February 17, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. H. Clapp Rubber Company, Hanover. Organization certified 
June 3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. H. Mahoney Chair Company, Gai'dner. Organization certified 
January 22, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. H. Saxton Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
18, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. Howard Watch and Clock Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified November 26, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

E. P. Dodge Manufacturing Company, The, Newburyport. Organ- 
ization certified April 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. P. Sanderson Company, Boston. Organization certified June 21 , 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. Stebbins Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified February 13, 1868. 

E. T. Cowdrey Company, Boston. Organization certified February 
7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. W. Clark Company, Boston. Organization certified July 26, 1894. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. W. Noyes Company, The, Boston. Organization certified June 
10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. W. Walker Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eagle Cotton Gin Company, Bridgewater. Organization certified 
October 23, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Eagle Mill Company, Athol. Organization certified January 8, 1868. 

Eagle Publishing Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
April 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Earl Cranberry Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

East Boston Company, (East) Boston. Chartered 1833, c. 152. 

East Boston Dry Dock Company, (East) Boston. Chartered 1847, 
c. 116. 

East Boston Furniture Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 27, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

East Boston Gas Company, (East) Boston. Chartered 1853, c. 13. 

East Brookfield Woolen Company, Brookfield. Organization certified 
September 20, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

East Cambridge Land Company, Cambridge. Chartered 1861, c 
62. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 53 

East Douglas Co-operative AssociatioD, Douglas. Organization cer- 
tified April 6, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

East Middlesex Street Railway Company, Stoneham. Chartered 
1860, c. 19. 1887, c. 257. 

East Mountain Water Company, West Stockbridge. Chartered 
1873, c. 184. 

East Side Street Railway Company, Brockton. Organization cer* 
tified March 8, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

East Wareham, Onset Bay and Point Independence Street Railway 
Company, Wareham. Organization certified February 15, 1888. 
Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Eastern Construction Company of Boston, The, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified March 9, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Elastem Expanded Metal Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eastern Forge Co. of Massachusetts, Boston. Organization certified 
October 5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eastern Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified October 
30, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. Change of name, 1891, c. 360. 

Easthampton Gas Company, Easthampton. Organization certified 
September 7, 1864. 

Easthampton Rubber Thread Company, Easthampton. Organization 
certified December 27, 1864. 

Eastman Clock Company, Boston. Organization certified March 13, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eaton and Stephens Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified December 28, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eaton, May and Bobbins Paper Company, Lee. Organization cer- 
tified July 8, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c 360. 

Edes Manufacturing Company, Plymouth. Organization certified 
September 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Boston, The, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified January 8, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Brockton, The, Brockton. 
Organization certified March 22, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Fall River, Fall River. 
Organization certified October 1, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Lawrence, The, Lawrence. 
Oi^anization certified August 26, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ediflon Electric Illuminating Comp&ny of New Bedford, The, New 
Bedford. Organization certified May 27, 1884. Pub. Stat., c> 
106. 

Edmund S. Hunt and Sons Company, The, Weymouth. Organiza- 
tion certified November 11, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Edson Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Educational Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified May 20, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edward Perkins Lumber Co., Newburyport. Organization certified 
April 28, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Edwards Grain Company, Southbridge. Organization certified May 
18, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Egremont Co-operative Creamery Company, The, Egremont. Organ- 
ization certified April 27, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Egremont Manufacturiug Company, Egremont. Organization cer- 
tified December 18, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Elastic Box Toe Co-operative Association, The, Brockton. Organ- 
ization certified January 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Elastic Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

» 

Electric Cigar Company, Boston. Organization certified February 5^ 
1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Electric Light and Power Company of Abington and Rockland, The* 
Abington. Organization certified November 26, 1889. Pub. 
Stat., c. 106. 

Electric Lustre Starch Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 4, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Eliot Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
31, 1872. 1872, c. 375, § 9. 

Elizabeth Poole Mills, Taunton. Organization certified July 19, 
1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Ellerton Fishing Corporation, Falmouth. Organization certified 
May 28, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Elliott Lumber Company, Marlborough. Organization certified May 
16, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Ellis Foundry Company, Carver. Organization certified April 28, 
1874. 

Emerson, Low and Barber Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified September 13, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Emerson Manufacturing Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
July 18, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Emery Bemis & Co. (Incorp.), Boston. Organization certified 
August 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Emmons Loom Harness Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
January 28, 1884. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Empire I^aundry Machinery Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified July 26, 1888. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 



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Engraver and Printer Company (corporation), The, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified January 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Enterprise Publishing Company, Brockton. Organization certified 
February 17, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Equitable Marine Insurance Company, Provincetown. Chartered 
1845, c. 30. 

Essex Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1845, c. 163. 

Essex County Building Company, Salem. Chartered 1883, c. 206. 

Essex County Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Salem. Chartered 
1892, c. 397. 

Essex County Street Railway Company. Chartered 1893, c. 388. 

Essex Leather Company, Amesbury. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

£ssex Manufacturing Company, Newburyport. Organization cer- 
tified May 7, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Essex Marine Railway Corporation, Salem. Chartered 1826. 1825^ 
c. 66. 

Essex Steam Mill Company, Essex. Organization certified October 
13, 1871. 

Eureka Ruling and Binding Company, Holyoke. Organization cer- 
tified July 11, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Evening Gazette Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
June 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Everett Cycle Company, Everett. Organization certified January 16, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Everett Herald Publishing Company, Everett. Organization cer- 
tified August 22, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Everett Mills, Lawrence. Chartered 1860, c. 7. 

Everett Piano Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
20, 1883. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Everett Woolen Company, Great Barrington. Organization certified 
February 9, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Every Saturday Publishing Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified May 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Excelsior Cement Company, Milford. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 3, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Excelsior Cutlery Company, Worcester. Organization certified May 
24, 1893. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Excelsior Shoe Company, The, Milford. Organization certified 
Jane 9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Exeter and Araesbury Railroad Company, Amesbury. Chartered 
1891, c. 231. 1893, c. 139. 



56 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

F. A. Whitney Carriage Company, Leominster. Organization cer- 
tified July 27, 1871. 

F. B. Rogers Silver Company, Taunton. Organization certified 
February 23, 1886. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

F. B. Washburn and Co. Corporation, Brockton. Organization cer- 
tified March 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

F. E. Reed Company, Worcester. Organization certified April 23, 
1894. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

F. E. Young Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

F. L. Hewes Paint Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
January 19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

F. O. Dewey Company, Boston. Organization certified February 2, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

F. P. Cox Laundry Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Febmary 4, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

F. W. Wentworth Company, New Bedford. Organization certified 
August 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fairchild Paper Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
3, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Fairfield Paper Company, Russell. Organization ceiiiified December 
7, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fairhaven Iron Foundry Company, Fairhaven. Organization certi- 
fied April 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fairhaven Water Company, Fairhaven. Chartered 1888, c. 196 ; 
1889, c. 381 ; 1893, c. 232. 

Fall River and New Bedford Street Railway Company. Chartered 
1893, c. 320. 

Fall River and Providence Steamboat Company, Fall River. Organ- 
ization certified September 25, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Fall River and Taunton Street Railway Company. Chartered 1893, 
c. 421. 

Fall River Automatic Lighting Company, Fall River. Organization 
certified June 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Bleachery, Fall River. Organization certified August 20, 
1874. 

Fall River Collateral Loan Association, Fall River. Chartered 1893, 
c. 425. 

Fall River Daily Globe Publishing Company, The, Fall River. Or- 
« ganization certified May 1, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Daily Herald Publishing Company, The, Fall River. 
Organization certified April 16, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Fall River Electric Freight Railway Company, Fall River. Char- 
tered 1891, c. 126. 1893, c. 184. 



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Fall RiTer Electric Light Company, The, Fall River. Organization 
certified March 7, 1883. Pnb. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Gas Works Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
September 25, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Fall River Granite Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
Febmary 27, 1873. 

Fall River Ice Company, Fall River. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Iron Works Company, Fall River. Chartered 1825. 
1824, c. 60. 

Fall River Lithograph Company, The, Fall River. Organization 
certified September 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Loan and Trust Company, Fall River. Chartered 1891, 
c. 168. 

Fall River Machine Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
September 25, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Fall River Manufactory, Fall River. Chartered 1820. 1819, c. 89. 

Fall River Merino Company, The, Fall River. Organization certified 
January 26, 1875. 

Fall River Railroad Company, New Bedford. Organized under 
1872, c. 58. Organization certified November 25, 1874. 

Fall River Real Estate Association of Fall River, Fall River. Char- 
tered 1892, c. 329. 

Fall River Spool and Bobbin Company, Fall River. Organization 
certified July 18, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Fall River Steam and Gas Pipe Company — corporation. Fall River. 
Organization certified September 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fall River Workingmen's Co-operative Association, Fall River. 
Organized December 4, 1867. 1866, c. 290. 

Falmouth Cranberry Company, The, Falmouth. Organization cer- 
tified April 2, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Falmouth Heights Land and Wharf Company, Falmouth. Chartered 
1871, c. 278. 

Falmouth Heights Water Company, Falmouth. Chartered 1894, c. 
400. 

Family Co-operative Grocery Company, The, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified August 22, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Yarmington River Water Power Company, Otis. Chartered 1867, c. 
1.34. 

Farr Alpaca Company, Holyoke. Organization certified November 
13, 1873, 

Farren Hotel Company, Montague. Organization certified July 17, 
1872. 



58 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Farrington Printing Company, Boston. Organization certified July 
14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Farwell Bleachery, Lawrence. Organization certified November 29^ 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Faulkner Manufacturing Company, BiUerica. Organization certified 
July 1, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Fayette Shaw Leather Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ferd. F. French <& Co., Limited, Boston. Organization certified 
June 27, 1885. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Ferdinand Furniture Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
November 30, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fiedler Silk Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
, May 11, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Field Thurber Company, Brockton. Organization certified January 
10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fifield Tool Company, Lowell. Organization certified August 27, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fifty Associates, Boston. Chartered 1820. 1819, c. 138; 1823, 

c. 15. 

« 

Finlay Paper Company, Newton. Organization certified November 
29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Firemen's Fire Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 21, 1872, under 1872, c. 375, § 9. 

First National Fire Insurance Company, Worcester. Chartered 
1868, cc. 154, 269. 1869, c. 178. 

First Swedish Co-operative Store Company of Quinsigamond, Worces- 
ter, Mass., Worcester. Organization certified April 6, 1883. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

First Universalist Meeting House in Worcester, Proprietors of the, 
Worcester. Chartered 1843, c. 59. 

Fisher-Churchill Company, The, Dedham. Organization certified 
August 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fisher Mauufacturing Company, The, Grafton. Organization cer- 
tified August 16, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Fisk Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
November 10, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Fiskdale Mills, Sturbridge. Chartered 1836, c. 49. 

Fiske Wharf and Warehouse Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 20, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fitchburg and Leominster Street Railway Company, Fitchburg. 
Organization certified April 10, 1886. 1892, c. 85. 

Fitchburg Gas Company, Fitchburg. Chartered 1852, c, 208. 



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Fitchbarg Manufacturing Company, Fitchburg. Organization cer- 
tified February 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fitchburg Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1842, c. 84. 

Fitchburg Steam Engine Company, Fitchburg. Organization cer- 
tified September 15, 1876. 

Fitchburg Worsted Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
November 1, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Fitts Land and Power Company, Worcester. Organization ceitified 
October 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Flax Leather Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified August 31, 1863. 

Flax Pond Fishing Company in Dennis, Dennis. Chai*tered 1852, 
c. 68. 

Flint Mills, Fall River. Organization certified February 28, 1872. 

Florence Furniture Company, Northampton. Organization certified 
June 23, 1873. 

Florence Manufacturing Company, Florence, Northampton. Organ- 
ized June 1, 1866. 

Flynt Building and Construction Company, Palmer. Organization 
certified March 2, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fobes, Hay ward & Co. (Incorporated) , Boston. Organization cer- 
tified January 1, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Company, The', Boston. Organ- 
ization certified September 14, 1875. 1870, c. 224. 

Ford Bit Company, The, Uolyoke. Organization certified March 18, 
1892. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Forehand Arms Company, Worcester. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Forest Avenue Street Railway Company, The, Brockton. Organiza- 
tion certified September 27, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Foster's Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1875, c. 198. 

Foundry Supply Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 16, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Foxboro* Foundry and Machine Company, Foxborough. Organiza- 
tion certified July 30, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Foxboro' Manufacturing Company, Foxborough. Organization cer- 
tified January 13, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

FramiDgham Box Company, The, Framingham. Organization certi- 
fied February 19, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Fruningham Brass Manufacturing Company, The, Framingham. 
Organization certified March 9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Framiogbam Electric Company, Framingham. Organization cer- 
tified August 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



60 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Framingham Gas Fuel and Power Company, The, Framingham. 
Organization certified March 22, 1889. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Framingham Nursery Company, Framingham. Organization certi- 
fied June 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Framingham Odd Fellows' Building Association, Framingham. 
Organization certified January 27, 1876. 

Framingham Union Street Railway Company, Framingham. Organ- 
ization certified October 1, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Framingham Water Company, Framingham. Chartered 1884, c. 271. 

Frank E. Fitts Manufacturing and Supply Company, The, Boston. 
Organization certified September 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Frank E. Sargent Company, The, Fall River. Organization certified 
November 4, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Frank Keene Company, Lynn. Organization certified January 18, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Franklin Cotton Manufacturing Company, Franklin. Organization 
certified March 22, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Franklin County Lumber Company, Greenfield. Organization certi- 
fied July 18, 1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Franklin Educational Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 19, 1892. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Franklin Electric Light Company, Montague. Organization certified 
December 17, 1886. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Franklin Osborn Company, Peabody. Organization certified June 
20, 1891. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Franklin Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified January 
23, 1866. 

Franklin Park Land and Improvement Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified February 9, 1880. 1870, c. 224; 1889, c. 102. 

Franklin Telegraph Company, Boston. Chartered 1865, c. 119 ; 
1869, c. 209. 

Franklin Water Company, Franklin. Chartered 1883, c. 182. 

Franklin Mills, The, Shelbume. Organization certified April 29, 
1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Frederick Taylor Company, Lowell. Organization certified June 5, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Freelaud Loomis Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
17, 1891. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Freeman Manufacturing Company, North Adams. Organization cer- 
tified January 5, 1874. 

Freemasons' Hall Association, Haverhill. Chartered 1866, c. 177; 
1873, c. 72. 



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French Carriage Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 13, 1894. Puh. Stat., c. 106. 

Fresh Pond Ice Company, Somerville. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 10, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Frick Piano Case Co., Wendell. Organization certified May 4, 1893. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Frothingham Buildings, Boston. Chartered 1889, c. 171. 

Fulton Iron Foundry Company, Boston. Chartered 1886, c. 266. 

6. A..R. Mills, The, Boston. Organization certified September 6, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

G. and C. Merriam Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
March 29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

6. D. Dows & Company, Incorporated, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified March 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

6. W. & F. Smith Iron Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 31, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Gardner Egg Carrier Company, Gardner. Organization certified 
October 7, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gardner Electric Light Company, Gardner. Organization certified 
October 28, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gardner Electric Street Railway Company, Gardner. Organization 
certified May 14, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Gardner Gas Fuel and Light Company, Gardner. Organization cer- 
tified November 13, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gardner Sovereigns' Co-operative Association, The, Gardner. Or- 
ganization certified February 4, 1875. 

Gardner Water Company, Gardner. Chartered 1882, c. 145. 

Garfield & Proctor Coal Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
May 16, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Garratt-Ford Company, Boston. Organization certified January 22, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gately and Rogers Furniture Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified October 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Gay and Parker Company, Boston. Organization certified October 
5, 1887. Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Geoige A. Schastey Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
April 7, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Geo. C. Gill Paper Companv, The, Ilolyoke. Organization certified 
July 23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Geo. C. Whitney Co., The, Worcester. Organization certified June 
2, 1894. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

George £. Barnard Company, Lynn. Organization certified May 12, 
1891. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 



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George F. Hewett Co., Worcester. Organization certified April 14, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George Frost Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George G. Fox Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
22, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George G. Page Box Company, The, Cambridge. Organization cer- 
tified February 28, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George H. Corbett Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George H. Gilbert Manufacturing Company, Ware. Chartered 1867, 
c. 281. 

George H. Poor Leather Company, Peabody. Organization certified 
December 15, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George H. Wood Company, iBoston. Organization certified April 
25, 1889. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

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George Lawley and Son Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
November 18, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George N. Newhall Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
July 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George R. Dickinson Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization cer- 
tified June 2, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George W. Gale Lumber Company, Cambridge. Organization 
certified February 9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George W. Prouty Company, The, Gloucester. Organization cer- 
tified October 30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper Company, Boston. Organization 
certified January 28, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

George Whitney Woolen Company, Royalston. Organization certi- 
fied August 2, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

George Woodman Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 27, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Georgetown Boot & Shoe Company, Georgetown. Organization 
certified October 20, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

German American Publishing Company, The', Holyoke. Organiza- 
tion certified July 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

German Co>operative Association, Lawrence. Organization certified 
February 3, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Germania Mills (Hartford, Conn.), Holyoke. Organization certified 
January 19, 1865. 

Gibbs Loom Harness and Reed Company, Clinton. Organization 
certified March 30, 1874, 

Gilbert and Barker Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organ- 
ization certified March 31, 1870, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 



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Gilbert Corset Company, Springfield. Organization certified July 31, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gilbert Loom Company, Worcester. Organization certified July 25, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Glasgo Thread Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 81, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Glasgow Company, South Hadley Falls. Chartered 1848, c. 15. 

Glasgow Manufacturing Company, South Hadley. Organization cer- 
tified January 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Glencoe Granite Company, Quincy. Organization certified April 15, 
1890. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Glendale Elastic Fabrics Company, Easthampton. Organization cer- 
tified October 26, 1868. 

Glen wood Furnishing Company, The, Taunton. Organization cer- 
tified February 15, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Globe Gas Light Company, Boston. Organization certified October 
6, 1874. 

Globe Investment Company, Boston. Organization certified May 3, 
1884. 1888, c. 410. 

Globe Nail Company, Boston. Organization certified May 23, 1868. 

Globe Newspaper Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 31, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Globe Stereotype Company, Boston. Organization certified October 
5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Globe Street Railway Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
April 16, 1880. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Globe Worsted Mills, Lawrence. Organization certified November 
8, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Globe Yarn Mills, The, Fall River. Organization certified April 16, 
1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Gloucester and Rockport Street Railway Company. Organization 
certified November 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Gloucester Co-operative Association, Gloucester. Organization cer- 
tified June 16, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester Electric Company, Gloucester. Organization certified 
April 13, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester, Essex and Beverly Street Railway Company, Gloucester. 
Chartered 1893, c. 159. 

Gloucester Fish Company, Boston. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 13, 1888. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Gloucester Fish Drying Company, Gloucester. Organization certified 
April 18, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester Gsb Light Company, Gloucester. Chartered 1853, c. 18. 



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Gloucester Isinglass and Glue Company, Gloucester. Organization 
certified January 4, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Gloucester Lighterage Company, The, Gloucester. Organization 
certified April 18, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester Net and Twine Company, Gloucester. Organization cer- 
tified March 12, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Gloucester. Char- 
tered 1891, c. 26. 

Gloucester Street Railway Company, Gloucester. Chartered 1881, 
c. 279. Organization certified December 29, 1885. Pub. Stat., 
c. 113. 

Gloucester Tow Boat Company, The, Gloucester. Organization cer- 
tified November 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gloucester Water Supply Company, Gloucester. Chartered 1881, 
c. 167. 

Goddard Machine Company, The, Ilolyoke. Organization certified 
July 24, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Goepper Brothers -Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
March 20, 1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Goetz Silk Manufacturing Co., Holyoke. Organization certified 
February 8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Golden Rule Company, The, Boston. Organization certified March 
2, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gould and Cutler Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
December 81, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gowdy & Remington Shoe Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified March 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grafton and Upton Railroad Company, Grafton. Organization cer- 
tified October 22, 1878. 1888, c. 45. 

Grafton Electric Company, The, Grafton. Organization certified 
October 8, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grafton Ice Company, The, Grafton. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 16, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grafton Water Company, The, Grafton. Chartered 1886, c. 211. 
1887, c. 95. 

Granby Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Granby. Organ- 
ization certified January 21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Granite Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1863, c. 48. 

Granite Railway Company, Boston and Quincy. Chartered 1826. 
1825, c. 183. 

Granite Shoe Company, Lynn. Organization certified October 5, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Granite Wharf Marine Railway, Fairhaven. Chartered 1853, c. 112. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 65 

GrantrSanger Confectionery Company, The, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified October 20, 1893. Fub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grant Yarn Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified February 
29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Graphic Publishing Company, The, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified AprU 12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Graton and Knight Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified January 1, 1872. 

Great Harrington Coal Company, Great Barrington. Organization 
certified April 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Great Barrington Electric Light Company, Great Barrington. Or- 
ganization certified January 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Great Barrington Gas Light Company, Great Barrington. Organ- 
ization certified November 27, 1855. 1891, c. 279. 

Great Pasture Company, Salem. Chartered 1855, c. 114. 

Greenfield Electric Light and Power Company, The, Greenfield. 
Organization certified December 30, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Greenfield Gas Light Company, Greenfield. Chartered 1854, c. 212. 

Greenfield Power Company, The, Greenfield. Organization certified 
April 2, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Greylock Mills, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified June 7, 1880. 
1870, c. 224. 

Greylock Park Association, Adams, North Adams, Williamstown. 
Chartered 1885, c. 166. 

Greylock Shirt Company, Adams. Organization certified September 

I, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. Change of name, 1891, c. 360. 

GrifiSth, Axtell and Cady Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
April 12, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grinnell Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organization 
certified March 14, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Grip Machinery Company, Maiden. Organization certified October 

II, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Griswoldville Manufacturing Company, Colrain. Chartered 1840, 
c. 51. 

Guptill Company, The, Boston. Organization certified December 5, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Gumey Heater Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified November 10, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. Change of 
name, 1891, c. 360. 

H. A. Lothrop Manufacturing Company, The, Sharon. Organiza- 
tion certified May 6, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. A. Williams Manufacturing Company, Taunton. Organization 
certified July 22, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



66 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

H. B. Smith Company, The, Westfield. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 25, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

H. B. Stevens Company, Boston. Organization certified Augast 19, 
1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

H. D. Watson Publishing Company, Greenfield. Organization cer- 
tified June 14, 1886. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

H. F. Ross Company, Newton. Organization certified December 29, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. G. Jordan & Co., Incorporated, Boston. Organization certified 
September 80, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. H. Mayhew Company, Shelburne. Organization certified April 
5, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. M. Richardson Carriage Company, The, Leominster. Organiza- 
tion certified January 25, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. R. Barker Manufacturing Company, The, Lowell. Organization 
certified May 10, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. S. Lawrence Clothing Co., Boston. Organization certified March 
28, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

H. W. Downs Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hadley Company, Holyoke. Chartered 1868, c. 94. 

Hallet & Davis Piano Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified April 1, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Hamblin and Russell Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified June 10, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1887, c. 
151. 

Hamilton Manufacturing Company, The, Lowell. Chartered 1825. 
1824, c. 44. 

Hamilton Woolen Company, Boston and Southbridge. Chartered 
1831. 1830, c. 20. 

Hammond Reed Company, Worcester. Organization certified April 
13, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hampden Co-operative Association, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified September 19, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hampden Emery and Corundum Company, Chester. Organization 
certified February 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Company, Holyoke. Organization 
certified November 8, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Hampden Loan and Trust Company, Springfield. Chartered 1887, 
c. 337. 

Hampden Paint and Chemical Company, Springfield. Chartered 
1852, c. 89. 1854, c 268. 

Hampden Watch Company, Springfield. Organization certified May 
12, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 



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Hampshire Paper Company, South Hadley Falls. Organization certi- 
fied June 6, 1866. 

Hampshire Reservoir Company, The, Northampton. Organization 
certified March 25, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Hampton Co-operative Creamery Association, Easthampton. Organ- 
ization certified June 6, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Hancock Inspirator Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 80, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Hanover Street Railway Company, Hanover. Organization certified 
August 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Hanover Water Company, Hanover. Chartered 1891, c. 898. 

Harbor Bar Fish Weir Company, Truro. Organization certified 
March 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hardy Company, Boston. Organization certified July 25, 1894. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hargraves Mills, Fall River. Organization certified July 13, 1888. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Harrington & Richardson Arms Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified January 17, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Harvard Brass Company, Cambridge. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Harvard Piano Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Febraary 2, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Harwood and Quincy Machine Company, The, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified March 80, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Harwood Manufacturing Company, Leominster. Organization cer- 
tified May 29, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hastings & Sons Publishing Company, Lynn. Organization certified 
June 6, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hatch- Wall Flashing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hathaway Manufacturing Company, The, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified February 4, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hathaway, Soule & Harrington, Incorporated, Boston. Organization 
certified June 3, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Havenner & Davis, Incorporated, Boston. Organization certified 
October 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haverhill and Amesbury Street Railway Company, Haverhill. 
Chartered 1892, c. 217. 

Haverbill Aqueduct Company, Haverhill. Organized December 2, 
1802. 1867, c. 73. 

Haverhill Electric Company, Haverhill. Organization certified De- 
cember 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

HaverLill Gas Light Company, Haverhill. Chartered 1853, c. 8. 



68 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Haverhill Gazette Company, The, Haverhill. Organization certified 
July 31, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haverhill, Georgetown and Danvers Street Railway Company. 
Chartered 1893, c. 384. 

Haverhill Hat Company, Haverhill. Organization certified April 10, 
1871. 

Haverhill Ice Company, The, Haverhill. Organization certified 
December 27, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haverhill Iron Works, The, Haverhill. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 29, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Haverhill Odd Fellows' Hall Association, Haverhill. Chartered 1868, 
c. 266. 

Haverhill Paper Company, The, Bradford. Organization certified 
July 9, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haverhill Roller Toboggan Company, The, Haverhill. Organization 
certified February 2, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haverhill Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Haverhill. Chartered 

1891, c. 110. 

Hawks Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Haydenville Manufacturing Company, The, Williamsburg. Organ- 
ization certified July '22, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Heath Co-operative Creamery Association, Heath. Organization cer- 
tified March 27, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Heliotype Printing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
February 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry C. Hunt Company, Boston. Organization certified May 16, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry C. King Company, Lawrence. Organization certified October 
"26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry C. Weeden Company, Boston. Organization certified March 
6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry F. Miller and Sons Piano Company, Boston. Organization 
certified November 18, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry W. Wellington Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Henry Wood's Sons Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 5, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hercules Foundry Company, Boston. Organization certified June 
19, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Herdic Phaeton Company, Boston. Organization certified May 4, 
1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Hermon Street Foundry Company, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied April 4, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Hero Cough Syrop Company, The, Westborough. Organizatioa 
certified December 31, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

HetberstOQ Importing Company, The, Boston. Organization certi* 
fied April 9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Heywood Boot and Shoe Company, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied December 11, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

High Rock Granite Company, The, Attleborough. Organization 
certified December 15, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Highland Foundry Company, Boston. Organization certified April 
22, 1876. 

Highland Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified May 4, 
1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Highland Mills, Huntington. Organization certified August 19, 1873. 

Highland Street Railway Company, The, Westfield. Organization 
certified March 6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Hill Water Company, Stockbridge. Chartered 1885, c. 100. 

Hills Company, The, Amherst. Organization certified August 16, 
1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Hingbam Cordage Company, Hingham. Chartered 1853, c. 370. 

Hiogham Dairy Association, Boston. Organization certified October 
10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hingham Seam Face Granite Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hingham Water Company, Hingham. Chartered 1879, c. 139. 

Hingham Wharf and Land Company, Hingham. Chartered 1847, 
c. 108. 

Hinsdale Co-operative Creamery Association, Hinsdale. Organiza- 
tion certified July 31, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hodges Mansur Co., Boston. Organization certified May 29, 1889. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

HoUingsworth & Vose Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 6, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

HoUingsworth and Whitney Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied February 24, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

HoUiston Harness Company, Holliston. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 13, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holliston Shoe Company, Holliston. Organization certified July 1, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holliston Water Company, Holliston. Chartered 1884, c. 106. 
1887, c. 80. 

Holmes & Blanchard Company, Boston. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 8, J894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



70 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Holmes Provision and. Cold Storage Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified Marcli 6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holtzer-Cabot Electric Company, Tlie, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied February 26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke and Northampton Boom and Lumber Company, Northamp- 
ton, Chartered 1871, c. 362. 1873, c. 215. Organized May 
8, 1873. 1891, c. 282. 

Holyoke and South Hadley Falls Ice Company, The, Holyoke. 
Organization certified November 29, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke and Westfield Railroad Company, Holyoke. Chartered 
1869, c. 879-. 

• 

Holyoke Bar Co., The, Holyoke. Organization certified February 5, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Card and Paper Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified March 10, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Coal and Wood Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
October 6, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Dry Goods Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
March 26, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Envelope Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
December 10, 1880, 1870, c. 224. 

Holyoke Hydrant and Iron Works, Holyoke. Organization certified 
May 20y 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Machine Company, Holyoke. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 25, 1864. Confirmed November 22, 1871. 

Holyoke Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Salem. Chartered March 
14, 1843. 1872, c. 375. February 26, 1873. 

Holyoke Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified May 19, 
1857. 

Holyoke Snath Company, The, Holyoke. Organization certified 
May 15, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Holyoke Street Railway Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
June 11, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Holyoke Warp Company, Holyoke. Organization certified March 
31, 1869, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Holyoke Water Power Company, Holyoke. Chartered 1859, c. 6. 

Home Newspaper Publishing Company, Westfield. Organization 
certified September 26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hood Bros. Company, Quincy. Organization certified Januai-y 22, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hook and Hastings Company, The, Weston. Organization certified 
October 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hoosac Tunnel and Wilmington Railroad Company, Rowe. Organ- 
ized December 28, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 112; 1887, c. 238. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 71 

Hoosac Tunnel Dock and Elevator Company, Boston. Chartered 
1879, c. 277. 

Boosac Valley Street Railway Company, North Adams. Organiza- 
tion certified April 7, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Hopedale Elastic Goods Company, Hopedale. Organization certified 
March 25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hopedale Machine Company, Milford. Organization certified 
December 2, 1867. 

Hopedale Machine Screw Company, The, Hopedale. Organization 
certified December 19, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hopeville Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied August 4, 1870. 1870, c. 224. 

Hopewell Railroad Supply Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hopkinton Building Association, Hopkinton. Organization certified 
March 30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Horace Partridge Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 31, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Horn and Supply Company, The, Leominster. Organization certi- 
fied July 1, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Horn Pond Branch Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1852, 
c. 192. 

Horner Machine Company, The, Holyoke. Organization certified 
March 6, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Horton Manufacturing Company,' The, Reading. Organization cer- 
tified May 26, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. Change of name 
1891, c. 360. 

Honsatonic Water Company, Great Barrington. Chartered 1884, 
c. 262. 1887, c. 62. 

House Furnishing Co-operative Company, The, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified May 5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Howard Brothers Maufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified May 15, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Howard Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 20, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Howe and Pollard Company, Hubbardston. Organization certified 
August 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Howe Lumber Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified March 
8, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Howland Mills Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
May 81, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hoxie Mineral Soap Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
May 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



72 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Hub Webbing Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
11, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Huber Printing Press Company, Taunton. Organization certified 
June 5, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hubley Manufacturing and Supply Company, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified August 27, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hull Electric Light and Power Company, Hull. Organization certi- 
fied April 13, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hull Street Railway Company, Hull. Chartered 1887, c. 297. 

Hunt Manufacturing Company, Westborough. Organization certi- 
fied April 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified May 31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hunt's Life Saving Gun Company, Weymouth. Organization certi- 
fied February 26, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hurlbut Paper Manufacturing Company, Lee. Organization certified 
May 7, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hurlbut Stationery Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified July 
25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hutchins Machine Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
June 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hutchins Narrow Fabric Co., Worcester. Organization certified 
March 14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hyannisport Hotel Company, Boston. Organization certified April 
11, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hyde Manufacturing Company, Southbridge. Organization certified 
August 4, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Hyde Park Company, Hyde Park. Organization certified May 2, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hyde Park Electric Light Company, Hyde Park. Organization cer- 
tified March 26, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Hyde Park Water Company, Hyde Park. Chartered 1884, c. 91. 

Hydraulic Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified September 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ice, Bait and Fish Company, The, Gloucester. Organization certi- 
fied December 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Imperial Metal Card Company, Boston. Organization certified June 
3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Improved Dwellings Association, Boston. Chartered 1885, c. 128. 

Improved Dwellings Association of Springfield, Springfield. Char- 
tered 1886, c. 268. 

India Alkali Works, Boston. Organization certified January 20, 
1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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India Drug Company, Boston. Organization certiGed May 28, 1888. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Indian Orchard Company, Springfield. Organization certified March 
24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Industrial Co-operative Association, New Bedford. Organization 
certified January 29, 1876. 

Ingalls Boot and Shoe Corporation, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified June 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Instant Freezer Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
July 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Intercontinental Railway (of Mexico) Company, Limited, Mexico. 
Organization certified October 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 112. 

International Telegraph Company, Boston. Chartered 1866, c. 251. 
Leased to the Western Union Telegraph Company. 

International Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1879, c. 152. 

Interstate Law Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
31, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Investor Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified No- 
vember 11, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Investor Security Company of Boston, The, Boston. Organization 
certiGed January 6, 1894. Pub. Scat., c. 106. 

Ipswich Building Association, The, Ipswich. Organization certified 
July 15, 1893. Pub. Stat. c. 106. 

Ipswich Co-operative Creamery Company, The, Ipswich. Organiza- 
tion certified April 24, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ipswich Gas Light Company, Ipswich. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 26, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Ipswich Mills, Ipswich and Boston. Organization certified January 
20, 18G8. 

Isaac Prouty & Co., Incorporated, Spencer. Organization certified 
August 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Ivers and Pond Piano Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October '22, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

J. A. Cnmmings Printing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified July 16, 1887. Pub. Stat-, c. 106. 

J. B. Parker Machine Company, Clinton. Organization certified 
March 10, 1875. 

J. Barker and Brothers Manufacturing Company, The, Pittsfield. 
Organization certified October 16, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. C. Ayer Company, Lowell. Organization certified October 16, 
1877. 1870, c. 224. 

J. C. Lockett Crimping Machine Company. Brockton. Orgauiza- 
tioo certified November 9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



74 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

J. E. Wesson Shoe Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. F. Bumstead Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. G. Boutelle Company, Pepperell. Organization certified Decern* 
ber 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. 6. Bridge Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. G. Phinney Counter Co., Stonghton. Organization certified 
March 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Conant Company, Boston. Organization certified May 6, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Cunningham Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Foss Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
September 28, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Home and Sons Company, The, Lawrence. Organization cer- 
tified May 19, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Lockey Piano-case Company, Leominster. Organization cer- 
tified October 25, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Rogers Carriage Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
January 30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. H. Whitney Company, The, Boston. Organization certified June 
26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. J. Warren Company, Boston. Organization certified March 17, 
1883. 1888, c. 26. 

J. L. and T. D. Peck Manufacturing Company, Pittsfield. Organ- 
ization certified February 12, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. N. Pike Company, Lynn. Organization certified February 12, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J, R. Torrey Razor Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 13, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

J. S. Carr Company, Springfield. Organization certified May 2, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. S. Nelson & Son Shoe Company, Grafton. Organization certified 
May 10, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. S. Turner Company, The, Rockland. Organization certified April 
10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, The, Chicopee. Organization 
certified January 29, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. y. Abbott Manufacturing Company, Dedham. Organization cer- 
tified December 31, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. W. Bailey & Sons Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 6, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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J. W, Kennan Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

J. W. Richardson Shoe Company, The, Reading. Organization cer- 
tified October 18, 1892. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Jablochkoff Electric Lighting Company of New England, Boston. 
Organization certified December 12, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Jackson Patent Shell Roll Corporation, The, Fitchburg. Organiza- 
tion certified July 25, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jamaica Plain Gas Light Company, West Roxbury. Chartered 1853, 
c. 63. 

Jamaica Plain Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1893, c. 229. 

Jamaica Pond Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified August 
22, 1872. 

James Hunter Machine Company, The, North Adams. Organization 
certified March 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

James Ramage Paper Company, Monroe. Organization certified 
October 2, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

James Russell Boiler Works Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified July 15, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jas. W. Gifford Company, Attleborough. Organization certified 
March 5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jameson and Knowles Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 4, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jamesville Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified December 23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jarvis Engineering Company, Boston. Organization certified June 

29, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jenkins Manufacturing Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
July 31, 1875. 1870, c. 224. 

Jenkins Rubber Company, Holyoke. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jenney Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified August 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jesse Eddy Manufacturing Company, The, Fall River. Organiza- 
tion certified July 24, 1886. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Jewett Lumber Company, Boston. Organization certified December 

30, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Jewett Piano Company, Leominster. Organization certified April 
14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John C. DeLaney Moulding Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified December 31, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John C. Maclnnes Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
July 28, 1892, Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



76 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

John Cavanagh and Son Building Moving Co., The, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified December 26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John E. Brown Manufacturing Company, The, Holyoke. Organiza- 
tion certified February 15, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John F. Fowkes Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified October 30, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Farquhar's Sons, Incorporated, Boston. Organization certified 
January 8, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John L. Whiting and Son Company, Boston. Organization certified 
July 28, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John P. Lovell Arms Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 11, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John P. Squire and Company, Corporation, Boston. Organization 
certified April 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 107, 

John Pilling Shoe Company, Lowell. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Rhodes Warp Company, Millbury. Organization certified May 
29, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Robbins Manufacturing Co., The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified June 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Roberts and Son Company, Waltham. Organization certified 
December 30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Russell Cutlery Company, Montague. Organization certified 
June 13, 1873. 

John S. Wolfe Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
February 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

John Wales Company, Boston. Organization certified December 28, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Johnson Manufacturing Company, North Adams. Organization cer- 
tified September 8, 1873. 

Joseph Breck & Sons' Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
January 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Joseph T. Wood Company, West Brookfield. Organization certified 
December 18, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Journal Newspaper Company, Boston. Chartered 1857, c. 201. 

Journal Printing Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
November 1, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Judd Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified December 
18, 1890. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Junction Water Company, Pittsfield. Chartered 1887, c. 73. 

Kabley Foundry Company, Worcester. Organization certified De- 
cember 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 77 

Eatama Land Company, Edgartown. Chartered 1872, c. 155. 1882, 
c. 99. 

Kehew-Bradley Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 24, 1894. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Keith Paper Company, Montague. Organization certified September 
19, 1871. 

Kelsey Manufacturing Company, The, Salem. Organization certified 
February 24, 1891. Pub. Sut., c. 106. 

Kennedy and Sullivan Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organ- 
ization certified February 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Kensett Lath Company, The, Boston. Organization certified March 
19, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Kibbe Brothers Company, Springfield. Organization certified July 
18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Kilburn, Lincoln and Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
January 28, 1869. 

Kimball Brothers Company, Boston. Organization certified February 
3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Kimball Factory Company, The, Westborough. Organization certi- 
fied June 8, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

King Philip Mills, Fall River. Organization certified September 15, 
1871. 

Kinsley Express Company, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 18, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Kinsley Iron and Machine Company, Canton. Chartered 1854, c. 
385. 

Kilson Machine Company, Lowell. Organization certified July 2, 
1874. 

Knights of Labor Co-operative Boot and Shoe Association, The, 
Worcester. Organization certified June 24, 1887. Pub. Stat., 
c. 106. 

Knitted Fabrics Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 16, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Knitted Mattress Company, Canton. Organization certified August 
3, 1880. 1870, c. 224 ; 1886, c. 84. 

Knowles Freeman Fish Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 10, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Knowles Loom Works, Worcester. Organization ceitified December 
18, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Kdox Hill Water Company, Palmer. Organized September 1, 1886. 
Pub. Stot., c. 110. 

Konkapot Valley Railroad Company, New Marlborough. Chartered 
ltt92, c. 297. 



78 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Kuro Medicine Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

L. A. May Company, The, Lynn. Organization certified February 

I, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

L. D. Thayer Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified March 7, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

L. Hardy Company, Worcester. Organization certified August 23, 
1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

L. L. Brown Paper Company, Adams. Organization certified June 

II, 1873. 

L. M. Harris Manufacturing Company, West Boylston. Organiza- 
tion certified February 13, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

L. Sprague Company, Lawrence. Organization certified November 
14, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

L. W. Pond Machine Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
July 12, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

La Sociale Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 11, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

La Soci^^t^ de Publications Francaises des Etats Unis, Lowell. Or- 
ganization certified February 25, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lady Grey Perfumery Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 17, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lagoon Pond Company, in Dukes County, Tisbury. Chartered 
1857, c. 87. 

Lake Williams Ice Company, The, Marlborough. Organization cer- 
tified May 11, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lakeside Manufacturing Company, Leicester. Organization certified 
December 27, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lakeview Printing Company, Framingham. Organization certified 
March 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lamb Knitting Machine Manufacturing Company, Chicopee. Organ- 
ization certified January 21, 1868. 

Lambeth Rope Company, New Bedford. Organization certified May 
24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lamprey Boiler Furnace Mouth Protector Company, Cambridge. 
Organization certified May 21, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lamson and Goodnow Manufacturing Company, Buckland. Char- 
tered 1851, c. 312 ; 1853, c. 261 ; 1885, c. 349. 

Lamson Show Case Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
^ January 15, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lancaster Manufacturing Company, Fitchburg. Organization cer- 
tified March 17, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lancaster Mills, Clinton. Chartered 1844, c. 20. 



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Lancaster Slate Company, Boston. Organization certified December 
22, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Lane's Cove Pier Company j Gloucester. Chartered 1828. 1827, 
c. 76. 

Lanesville Granite Company, Rockport. Organization certified June 
11, 1873. 

Lang &. Jacobs Company, Boston. Organization certified October 
31, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Langdon Mitre Box Company, Erving. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 21, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Laurel Lake Mills, Fall River. Organization certified November 2, 
1881. 1870,0.224. 

Lawrence Duck Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1853, c. 81. 

Lawrence Equitable Co-operative Society, Lawrence. Organization 
certified June 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lawrence Flyer and Spindle Works, Lawrence. Organization certi- 
fied August 6, 1867. 

Lawrence Gas Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1849, c. 17. 

Lawrence Ice Company, Lawrence. Organization certified April 26, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lawrence Improvement Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
September 14, 18U3. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Lawrence Line Company, Lawrence. Organization certified March 
8, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Lawrence Lumber ('ompany, Lawrence. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 22, 1868. 

Lawrence Machine Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
October 1, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lawrence Manufacturing Company, Lowell. Chartered 1831, c. 5. 

Lawrence Shuttle Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
March 27, 1885. Pub. Slat, c. 106. 

Lawrence Spool and Bobbin Company, The, Lawrence. Organiza- 
tion certified March 27, 1885. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Lawrence Supply Company, Lawrence. Organization certified May 
«, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lawrence Trust Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1893, c. 248. 

Lawyers Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1890, c. 376. 

Leach and Grant Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
March 21, 1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Leavitt Machine Co., The, Orange. Organization certified October 
22, 1890. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Lee Creamery Co-operative Association, The, Lee. Organization 
certified November 10, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 



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Lee Electric Company, Lee. Organization certified November 24, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leicester Electric Company, Leicester. Organization certified De- 
cember 7, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leicester Hotel Company, The, Leicester. Organization certified 
October 8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leicester Water Power Company, Leicester. Chartered 1846, c. 46. 

Lend A Hand Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lenox Electric Company, The, Lenox. Organization certified 
August 22, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lenox Water Company, Lenox. Chartered 1874, c. 209. 

Leominster Coal Company, Leominster. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 9, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leominster Electric Light and Power Company, The, Leominster. 
Organization certified February 27, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leominster Gas Light Company, Leominster. Organization certified 
January 15, 1873. 

Leominster Shirt Company, Leominster. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 11, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Leominster Worsted Company, Leominster. Organization certified 
November 25, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lewis J. Bird Company, Boston. Organization certified March 25, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lewis Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1834, c. 115. 

Lexington Buildings Association, Boston. Organization certified 
May 25, 1874. 

Lexington Gas Light Company, Lexington. Organization certified 
December 4, 1874. 

Lexington Print Works, The, Lexington. Chartered 1891, c. 247. 

Lexington Water Company, Lexington. Chartered 1881, c. 267. 

Liberty Masonic Association, Beverly. Chartered 1867, c. 283. 

Liberty Square Warehouse Company, Boston. Chartered 1826. 
1825, c. 61. 

Library Bureau, Boston. Organization certified May 31, 1888. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lincoln Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1857, c. 81. 

Linden Paper Co., The, Holyoke. Organization certified July 28, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Litchfield Shuttle Company, The, Southbridge. Organization certi- 
fied March 29, 1878. 1879, c. 9. 

Liverpool Wharf, The Proprietors of, Boston. Chartered 1816, 
c. 23. 



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Locks and Canals on Merrimack River, Proprietors of the, Lowell. 
Chartered 1792. 1846, c. 48. 

Locks Pond Reservoir Company, Montague. Chartered 1885, c. 74. 

Lockwood Manafacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified July 14, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Logan, Swift and Brigham Envelope Company, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified March 10, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Long Pond Fishing Company in Yarmouth. Chartered 1842, c. 75. 
1881, c. 46. 

Loring and Blake Organ Company, Worcester. Organization cei-ti- 
fied November 27, 1868. 

Lovell Arms and Cycle Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
February 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lovett, Hai-t and Phipps Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 12, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Low Art Tile Company, The, Chelsea. Organization certified August 
28, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lowell a.nd Andover Railroad Company, Lowell and Andover. Or- 
ganization certified February 5, 1873, under 1872, c. 5^. 

Lowell and Suburban Street Railway Company, Lowell. Chartered 
1863, c. 172. 1890, c. 163. Approved April 25, 1891. 

Lowell Bleachery, Boston and Lowell. Chartered 1833, c. 2. 

Lowell Co-operative Association, Sovereigns of Industry, Lowell. 
Oi^anization certified March 9, 1876. 

Lowell Co-operative Milk Association, Lowell. Organization certi- 
fied November 24, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lowell Courier Publishing Company, The, Lowell. Organization 
certified August 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lowell Electric Light Corporation, The, Lowell. Organization cer- 
tified December 30, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Lowell Gas Light Company, Lowell. Chartered 1849, c. 234. 

Lowell Hosiery Company, Lowell. Chartered 1869, c. 326. 

Lowell Iron Company, Lowell. Organization certified February 28, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lowell Land Company, Lowell. Chartered 1888, c. 218. 

Lowell, Lawrence and Haverhill Street Railway Company, Lowell. 
Chartered 1892, c. 218. 

I^well Machine Shop, Lowell. Chartered 1845, c. 10. 

Lowell Manafacturing Company, Lowell. Chartered 1828. 1827, 
C.47. 

Lowell Trust Company, Lowell. Chartered 1890, c. 323. 

Lowell Wadding and Paper Company, Lowell. Organization certified 
August 31, 1870. 1870, c. 224. 



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82 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Lowell Waste Company, Lowell. Organization certified July 1, 

1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ludlow Cordage Company, Ludlow. Organization certified February 
4, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ludlow Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
May 8, 1869. 

* 

Lyman and Kellogg Co., Hoi yoke. Organization certified July 14, 

1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lyman Mills^ Boston and Holyoke. Chartered 1854, c. 82. 

Lyman Smith's Sons Company, Norwood. Organization certified 
June 30, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn and Boston Railroad Company, Lynn. Chartered 1859, c. 202. 

Lynn Aqueduct Company, Lynn. Chartered 1865, c. 132. 

Lynn Box Company, Lynn. Organization certified September 10, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn District Messenger and Telegraph Company, The, Lynn. Or- 
ganization certified March 11, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn Express Company, Lynn. Organization certified April 18, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn Foundry and Manufacturing Company, The, Lynn. Organiza- 
tion certified November 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn Gas and Electric Company, Lynn. Organization certified 
August 28, 1852. 1873, c. 112 ; 1888, c. 252. 

Lynn Ice Company, The, Lynn. Organization certified May 28, 
1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Lynn Market House Company, Lynn. Chartered 1870, c. 167. 

Lynn Pearl Button Company, The, Lynn. Organization certified 
October 4, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn Press Publishing Company, Lynn. Organization certified 
October 23, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lynn Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Lynn. Chartered 1887, c. 
195. 

Lyons and Alexander Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Lyons Granite Company, Quincy. Organization certified February 

15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

M. E. Shattuck Cigar and Tobacco Company, The, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified August 18, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

M. M. Rhodes & Sons Co., Taunton. Organization certified October 
31, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

M. Robson Leather Company, Salem. Organization certified May 

16, 1894. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 



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M. Strickland, Incorporated, Boston. Organization certified January 
13, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Macdonald Printing Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Magee Furnace Company, Boston. Organization certified March 6, 
1868. 

Magneso-Calcite Fire-Proof Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied September 1, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Magnolia Improvement Company, Boston. Chartered 1888, c. 245. 

Maiden and Melrose Gas Light Company, Maiden. Chartered 1854, 
c. 43. 1883, c. 205. 

3Ia]den and Melrose Bailroad Company, Maiden, Chartered 1856, 
c. 302. 

Maiden Electric Company, The, Maiden. Organization certified 
March 12, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Maiden Lumber Company, The, Maiden. Organization certified 
December 28, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Maiden Mail Company, The, Maiden. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 21, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Maiden, Melrose and Stoneham Street Railway Company. Chartered 
1893, c. 427. 

Maiden ^ews Company, The, Maiden. Organization certified June 
20, 1893. Pub. Slat., c. 106. 

Maiden Odd Fellows* Hall Association, Maiden. Chartered 1873, 
c. 35. 

Mansfield Co-operative Furnace Company, Mansfield. Organization 
certified September 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Blanson Building Company, The, Framingham. Organization certi- 
fied December 30, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Manufacturers' Engineering Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified January 9, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Manufacturers' Gas Light Company, Fall River. Chartered 1880, c. 
164. 

Manufacturers' Gazette Publishing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified May 25, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1884, c. 61. 

Manufacturers' Trust Company, Holyoke. Chartered 1887, c. 224. 
1888, c. 271. 

Marblehead Building Association, Marblehead. Chartered 1890, c. 
22. 

Marblehead Gas and Electric Light Company, Marblehead. Char- 
tered 1854, 0. 35. 1886, c. 225. 

Marblehead Neck Club Stable Company, The, Marblehead. Organ- 
ization certified June 9, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Marblehead Water Company, Marblehead. Chartered 1883, c. 163. 



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84 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Marlboro' Awl & Needle Co., Marlborough. Organization certified 
April 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Marlborough Building Association, Marlborough. Chartered 1889, 
c. 367. 

Marlborough Electric Company, Marlborough. Organization certi- 
fied February 15, 1886 ; Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1889, c. 138. 

Marlborough Gas Light Company, Marlborough. Chartered 1865, c. 
25. Confirmed June 15, 1872. 

Marlborough Street Railway Company, Marlborough. Chartered 
1888, c. 166. 

Marlborough Times Publishing Company, Marlborough. Organiza- 
tion certified June 26, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Marsbpee Manufacturing Company, Mashpee. Chartered 1867, 
c. 41. 

Marston and Converse Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Martha's Vineyard Railroad Company, Edgartown. Organization 
certified June 17, 1874, under 1872, c. 53. 

Mason and Hamlin Organ and Piano Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified June 12, 1868. Reorganized May 20, 1874. 1882, 
c. 47. 

Mason Machine Works, Taunton. Organization certified August 12, 
1863. 

Mason Regulator Company, Boston. Organization certified June 1, 
1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Masonic Building Association, New Bedford. Organized June, 1861. 

Massachusetts Cotton Mills, Lowell. Chartered 1839, c. 1. 

Massachusetts Cremation Society, The, Worcester. Oi'ganization 
certified January 15, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company, Boston. Char- 
tered 1818. 1817, c. 180. 

Massachusetts Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1870, 
c. 323. 1875, c. 16. 

Massachusetts Manufacturing and Electrical Supply Company, Chel- 
sea. Organization certified May 13, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Massachusetts Mills In Georgia, Boston. Organization certified 
December 21, 1894. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Massachusetts Mohair Plush Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 14, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified December 21, 1872, under 1872, c. 375. 1881, 
c. 280. 

Massachusetts Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified August 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895-] PUBLIC DOCUMENT No, 16. 85 

Massachusetts Heal Estate Company, Lowell. Chartered 1892, 
c. 343. 

Massachasetts Screw Company, Hol3'oke. Organization certified 
March 14, 1874. 

Massachasetts Title Insurance Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified January 19, 1885. Pub. Stat.,c. 106, and Acts of 1884, 
c. 180. 

Massachusetts Wire Company, Maiden. Organization certified 
December 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Massaemet Yarn Mills, The, Colrain. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 27, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

3Iassasoit Clothing Company, The, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified April 11, 1894. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Massasoit Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization cer- 
tified February 2, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Massasoit Paper Manufactaring Company, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified November 22, 1853. 1870, c. 266. 

Massasoit Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 26, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1889, c. 133. 

Masten and Wells Fireworks Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. 
Organization certified January 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mather & Winn Co., Leominster. Organization certified November 
14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mattapan Deposit and Trust Company, South Boston. Chartered 

1891, c. 169. 

Mattapoisett Manufacturing Company, Mattapoisett. Organization 
certified October 24, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mattapoisett Wharf Company, Mattapoisett. Chartered 1833, 
c. 212. 

Matthews Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified January 29, 1894. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Maverick Oil Company, Boston. Organization certified July 10, 
1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Maverick Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1853, c. 420. 

Mawhinney Last Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
December 16, 1893. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Mayall Rubber Company, Reading. Organization certified May 9, 
1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Maybew Silk Company, Shelburne. Organization certified July 8, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Maynard-Gough Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 

September 19, 1891. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 
Mayo Meat Company, Boston. Organization certified February 15, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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McCarty, Sheehy and Kendrick Company, Brockton. Organization 
certified January 23, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

McCloud, Crane and Minter Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified November 3, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Meadow Company, The, Longmeadow. Organization certified 
February 23, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mechanics' Building Company, Framingham. Organization certified 
March 7, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mechanics' Iron Foundry Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 15, 1882. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Mechanics' Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1868, c. 242. 

Medfield Water Company, Medfield. Chartered 1892, c. 322. 

Medford Manufacturing Company, The, Medford. Organization 
certified August 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Medway Water Company, Medway. Chartered 1892, c. 335. 

Meigs Elevated Railway Construction Company, The, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified January 12, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mercantile Fire and IMarine Insurance Company, Boston. Chartered 
February 11, 1823. 1882, c. 8. 

Mercantile Law Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
October 12, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mercantile Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1888, 
c. 424. 

Mercantile Wharf Corporation, The, Boston. Chartered 1826, c. 13. 

Merchant Box and Cooperage Company, Gloucester. Organization 
certified November 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merchants' Co-operative Express Company of Lawrence, Lawrence. 
Organization certified September 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merchants* Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Chartered 1867, 
c. 81. 

Merchants" Steam Lighter Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 18, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Merchants' Woollen Company, Dedham. Organization certified 
October 20, 1863. 

Merrick Lumber Company, Holyoke. Organization certified April 
14, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merrick Thread Company, Holyoke. Organization certified January 

28, 1869. 

Merrill Dexter and Company Corporation, Boston. Organization 
certified December 17, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merrill-James Shoe Company, TCe, Ayer. Organization certified 
December 18, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.3 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 87 

liemmac Chemical Company, Boston. Organization certified No- 
vember 30, 1863. 

Merrimack Clothing Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified 
July 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merrimac Hat Company, Amesbury. Organization certified July 

24, 1856. 

Merrimack Manufacturing Company, Lowell. Chartered 1822. 
1821, c. 46. 

Merrimac Paper Company, Lawrence. Organization certified June 
10, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Merrimac River Towing Company, Newburyport. Organization cer- 
tified May 23, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Merrimac Valley Steamboat Company, Haverhill. Organization cer- 
tified December 30, 1879. 1880, c. 10. 

Merrimac Wheel and Gear Company, Amesbury. Chartered 1848, 
c. 184. 1888, c. 91. 

Merry Mount Granite Company, Quincy. Organization certified 
December 31, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Metacomet Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization cer- 
tified September 25, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Metallic Drawing Roll Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified July 10, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. lOG. 

Methnen Company, Boston. Chartered 1822. 1821, c. 59. 

Metropolitan Express Company, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Metropolitan Steamship Company, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied December 10, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Metropolitan Stock Exchange, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 25, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Metropolitan Storage Warehouse Company, Cambridge. Organiza- 
tion certified May 8, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mexican Central Railway Company, Limited. Organized February 

25, 1880, under 1879, c. 274. 

Meyers Putz Pomade Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
July 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

MiddleboroQgh Gas and Electric Company, Middleborough. Organ- 
ization certified January 21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middleby Oven Company, Boston. Organization certified June 22, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middlesex Aqueduct Corporation, Arlington. Organized October 
21, 1799. 

Uiddlesex Company, Lowell. Chartered 1830, c. 9. 



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Middlesex Ice Company, Melrose. Organization certified May 20, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middlesex Land Company, Cambridge. Chartered 1888, c. 332. 

Middlesex Last Company, The, Maiden. Organization certified Jane 
1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middlesex Leather Company, Wobarn. Organization certified June 
30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middlesex Newspaper Company, Framingham. Organization certi- 
fied August 31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Middlesex Real Estate Association of Cambridge, Cambridge. 
Chartered 1887, c. 247. 

Middlesex Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Lowell. Chartered 

1888, c. 421. 

Milan Mining Company, Boston. Organization certified July 7, 
1882. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Milford and Hopedale Street Railway Company, Hopedale. Char- 
tered 1890, c. 182. 

Milford and Woonsocket Railroad Company, Milford. Chartered 
1855, c. 269. 

Milford Electric Light and Power Company, Milford. Chartered 
1886, c. 243. 

Milford, Franklin and Providence Railroad Company, Franklin. 
Organized April 21, 1882. 

Milford Gas Light Company, Milford. Chartered 1854, c. 242. 

Milford Moulded Counter Company, Milford. Organization certified 
September 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Milford Music Hall Company, Milford. Organization certified April 
30, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Milford Pink Granite Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 12, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Milford Shoe Company, Milford. Organization certified June 20, 

1889. Pub. Stat., c, 106. 

Milford Water Company, Milford. Chartered 1881, c. 77. 

Millay Last Company, Hudson. Organization certified July 13, 
1898. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Millbury Electric Company, Millbury. Organization certified May 
6, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Millbury, Sutton and Douglas Electric Railroad Company, Millbury. 
Chartered 1893, c. 161. 

Millbury Water Company, Millbury. Chartered 1893, c. 214 . 

Miller Brothers & Co. Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
March 22, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 89 

Miller's Falls Company, Erving. Organization certified February 14, 
1873. 

Miller's River Building Company, Athol. Organization certified 
December 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Miller's River Manufacturing Company, Athol. Organization certi- 
fied December 8, 1863. 

Millis Water Company, Millis. Chartered 1892, c. 246. 

Milton Bradley Company, Springfield. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 31, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Milton Building Associates, Milton. Organization certified March 
10, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Milton Light and Power Company, Milton. Organization certified 
January 1, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Milton Water Company, Milton. Chartered 1888, c. 411. 

Mitchell Manufacturing Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization 
certified May 13, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mittineague Paper Company, West Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified February 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monarch Carbonating Company, Framingham. Organization certi- 
fied March 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monarch Rubber Company, The, Brockton. Organization certified 
December 26, 1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Monroe Carter Company, Southbridge. Organization certified April 
2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monroe Meat Company, Boston. Organization certified January 9, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monson Co-operative Creamery Association, Monson. Organization 
certified January 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monson Woolen Company, Monson. Organization certified August 
18, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Montngae City Rod Company, Montague. Organization certified 
October 24, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Montague Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Montague. Or- 
ganization certified March 27, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Montague Paper Company, Montague. Organization certified May 
9, 1871. 

Monte Pio Co-operative Association, New Bedford. Organization 
certified April 10, 1890, Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Montello Co-operative Shoe Company, Brockton. Organization cer- 
tified Febraary 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Monument Mills, Great Barrington. Chartered 1850, c. 217. 

Hoore & Wyman Elevator & Machine Works, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified Febraary 25, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Morgan Construction Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
September 23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morgan Envelope Company, Sprinorfleid. Organization filed April 
27, 1870. Reorganized Marcli^6, 1872. 1870, c. 224, § 12. 

Morgan Spring Company, Worcester. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 29, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Morning Mail Corporation, The, Lowell. Organization certified 
August 7, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morrell Liquor Cure Company, Westfield. Organization certified 
November 30, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morrill Brothers Company, Boston. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 16, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morrill Leather Company, Boston. Organization certified August 4, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morrison Steamboat Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morse Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied January 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified October tf, 1864. 

Moulton Leather Company, Lynn. Organization certified January 
6, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mount Hope Iron Company, East Bridgewater. Chartered 1850, 
c. 28. 1855, 0. 156. 

Mount Tom Sulphite Pulp Company, The, Northampton. Organiza- 
tion certified November 2, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mount Washington Glass Company, New Bedford. Organization 
certified August 11, 1876. 

Mrs. C. H. King Company, Lynn. Organization certified November 
18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Muddy Pond Company, Boston. Organization certified May 9, 1887. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mudge Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified November 
15, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Munroe Felt and Paper Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
July 12, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Company, Carver. Organization certified 
May 25, 1875. 1870, c. 224. 

Murray Brothers Company, Lawrence. Organization certified March 
2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Mutual District Messenger Company of Boston, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified January 2, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 91 

Mainal Gas Light Company of West Springfield, The, West Spring- 
field. Organization certified March 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., 
c. 106. 

Mutual Union Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, The, Boston. 
Organization certified August 23, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

N. D. Dodge & Bliss Co., Newburyport. Organization certified 
August 18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

N. W. Turner Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

N. Ward Company, Boston. Organization certified May 21^ 1881. 

1870, c. 224. 

Nahant Land Company, Nahant. Chartered 1875, c. 139. 1888, c. 
66. 

Nahant Steamboat Express Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied May 12, 1873. 

Nantasket Beach Steamboat Company, Hingham. Organization cer- 
tified June 13, 1881. 1870, c. 224; 1882, c. 831 ; 890, c. 7. 

Nantucket Electric Light Company, Nantucket. Organization certi- 
fied June 1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Nantucket Electric Street Railway Company, Nantucket. Organiza- 
tion certified March 21, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Nantucket Gas Light Company, Nantucket. Chartered 1854, c. 19. 

Nantucket Railroad Company, Nantucket. Organized April 19, 1880. 

Narragansett Mills, Fall River. Organization certified July 5, 1871. 

Nashawannuck Manufacturing Company, Easthampton. Chartered 
1850, c. 132. 

Nashua, Acton and Boston Railroad Company, Acton. Chartered 

1871, c. 175. 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad Corporation, Lowell. Chartered 1836, 
c. 249. 1881, c. 98. 

Nashua Reservoir Company, Fitchburg. Chartered 1842, c. 58. 

Nashua River Paper Company, Pepperell. Organization certified 
July 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Natick and Cochituate Street Railway Company, Natick. Organiza- 
tion certified May 2, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Natick Citizen Printing Company, The, Natick. Organization cer- 
tified March 23, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Natick Electric Company, Natick. Organization certified April 15, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Natick Gas Light Company, Natick. Organization certified March 
16, 1875. 

Natick Protective Union, Natick. Organization certified November 
23, 1868. 1866, c- 290. 



92 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

National Bell Telephone Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified March 13, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

National Coin Co., Boston. Organization certified October 12, 1893. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

National Construction Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 29, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

National Co-operative Alliance, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 18, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

National Dock and Warehouse Company, East Boston. Chartered 
1865, c. 26. 

National Fireworks Company, Boston. Organization certified August 
26, 1887. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

National Home Building Company, Boston. Chartered 1889, c. 181. 

National Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified March 7, 1874. 

National Mortgage and Debenture Company, Boston. Chartered 
1886, c. 301. 

National Needle Company, Springfield. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 4, 1873. 

National Papeterie Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
January 15, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

National Plaster Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified 
June 2, 1883. Pub. Slat, c. 106. 

National Roller Chafe Iron Company, Med way. Organization certi- 
fied June 3, 1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. Change of name 1891, 
c. 360. 

National Shoe and Leather Exchange, The, Boston. Organization 
certified April 14, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Naukeag Water Company, Ashburnham. Chartered 1883, c. 201. 

Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company, Salem. Chartered 1839, c. 113. 

Nemasket Mills, Taunton. Organization certified April 18, 1891. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Neograph Publishing .Company, Boston. Organization certified De- 
cember 3, 1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Neponset Reservoir Company, East Walpole. Chartered 1845, c. 48. 

Neptune Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified December 24, 1872. 1872, c. 375. 

Neverslip Horseshoe Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 27, 1885. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

New Bedford Copper Company, New Bedford. Organization certi- 
fied February 17, 1862. 

New Bedford Cordage Company, New Bedford. Chartered 1846, c. 1. 



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Kew Bedford Cotton Waste Corporation, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified April 30, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford Gas and Edison Light Company, New Bedford. Char- 
tered 1850, c. 144. 1891, e. 46. 

New Bedford Ice Company, The, New Bedford. Organization certi- 
fied March 14, 1872. 

New Bedford Improved Gold Cure Company, Incorporated, The, 
New Bedford. Organization certifled April 16, 1894. Pub. 
Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford Manufacturing Company, New Bedford. Organization 
certified February 28, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamboat Com- 
pany, New Bedford. Chartered 1886, c. 8. 

New Bedford Opera House Company, New Bedford. Organization 
certified March 31, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford Real Estate Association, New Bedford. Chartered 
1889, c. 26. 

New Bedford Safe Deposit and Trust Company, New Bedford. 
Chartered 1887, c. 42. 

New Bedford Steam Coasting Corporation, New Bedford. Organi- 
zation certified October 1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford Street Transportation Company, New Bedford. Or- 
ganization certified July 31, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Bedford Tow Boat Corporation, New Bedford. Organization 
certified May 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Boston Aqueduct Company, (South) Lancaster. Organized 
March 11, 1826. 

New Boston Music Hall, Boston. Organization certified December 
30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England and New York Railroad Company. Chartered 1894, 
c. 4G3. 

New England and Savannah Steamship Company, The,, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified August 19, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Awl and Needle Company, Medway. Organization 
certified January 28, 1871. 

New England Burglary Insurance Company, Boston. Chartered 
1894, c. 77. 

New England Despatch Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 23, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1887, c. 41. 

New England Dredging Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 27, 1873. 

New England Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 20, 1886. Pub. SUt., c. 106. 



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New England Felt Rooflng Works, Boston. Organization certified 
June 25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Fibre Company, The, Gill. Organization certified 
December 24, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Folding Box Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 7, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Iron & Hardware Association, Boston. Organization 
certified May 12, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Lodge Associates, The, Cambridge. Chartered 1873, 
c. 237. 

New England Morocco Works, Boston. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 2, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Navigation Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Night Lunch Wagon Company, Worcester. Organi- 
zation ceitified July 20, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Paint Company, Boston. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Patent Fire Escape Company, Boston. Organization 
certified March 17, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Printing Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, The, 
Boston. Organization certified July 31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 
106. 

New England Provision and Grocery Company, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified February 21, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 20, 1875. 1870, c. 224. 

New England Rattan Company, South Framingham. Organization 
certified March 30, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Shoe Manufacturing Company, The, Lynn. Organiza- 
tion certified February 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Supply Company, Salem. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 27, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Telegraph Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 7, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, New York. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, 
The, Boston. Organization certified May 17, 1888. Pub. Stat , 
c. 106. 

New England Telephone Company, The, Boston. Organi^sation cer- 
tified February 12, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

New England Trust Company, The, Boston. Chartered 1869, c. 182. 

New Haven and Northampton Company, Westfield (and New Haven, 
Conn.). Chartered 1862, c. 97. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 95 

New Home Sewing Macbine Company, Orange. Organization certi- 
fied August 2, 1869. 1882, c 8. 

New London Northern Railroad Company, New London, Conn. 
Chartered 1860, c. 38. 1869, c. 315. 

New Nation Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified May 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

New Process Twist Drill Company, Taunton. Organization certified 
December 1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

New Salem Co-operative Creamery Company, New Salem. Organ- 
ization certified June 1, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

New York and Boston Despatch Express Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified June 16, 1873. 

New York and Boston Inland Railroad Company, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified January 17, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 112; 1886, 
c. 107 ; 1889, c. 425 ; 1891, c. 166. 

New York and Massachusetts Railway Company, New York. 1887, 
c 200; 1891, c. 145. 

New York and New England Railroad Company, Boston. Name 
given to Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad Company, by 1873, 
c. 289. 

New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, New York. 
Chartered 1872, c. 171. 

Newbury Stable Company, Boston. Organization certified April 7, 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newbuiyport and Amesbury Horse Railroad Company, Newbury port. 
Chartered 1864, c. 53. 1873, c. 49. 

Newburyport Car Manufacturing Company, Newbury port. Organ- 
ization certified December 6, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newburyport Gas and Electric Company, Newburyport. Chartered 
1850, c. 147. 1889, c. 96. 

Newburyport Herald Company, The, Newburyport. Organization 
certified November 29, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newburyport Shoe Company, Newburyport. Organization certified 
January 25, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newburyport Water Company, Newburyport. Chartered 1880, c. 
235. 

Newell Brothers Manufacturing Company, The, Springfield. Organ- 
ization certified March 22, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Newport Transfer Express Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 26, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

News Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified April 17, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newton and Boston Street Railway Company, The, Newton. Organ- 
ization certified March 11, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 



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Newton and Watertown Gas Light Company, Watertown. Chartered 
1854, c. 44. 

Newton Centre Trust Company, Newton. Chartered 1894, c. 152. 

Newton Chemical Company, The, Boston. Chartered 1825. 1824, 
c. 42. 

Newton Machine Company, Newton. Organization certified October 

15, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newton Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified May 6, 
1876. 

Newton Heal Estate Association of Newton, Newton. Chartered 
1889, c. 149. 

Newton Rubber Company, Newton. Organization certified August 

16, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Newton Street Railway Company, Newton. Chartered 1886, c. 341, 

Newtonville and Watertown Street Railway Company, Newton. 
Organization certified May 29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Newtonville Trust Company, Newton. Chartered 1894, c. 168. 

Nickcrson & Mayo Company, Boston. Organization certified October 

17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Nine Mile Pond Fishing Company, Barnstable. Chartered 1860, 
c. 91. 

Nockege Mills, Fitchburg. Organization certified February 24, 1893. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Nonantum Worsted Company, Newton. Organization certified April 
19, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Nonotuck Paper Company, The, Holyoke. Organization certified 
June 24, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Nonotuck Silk Company, Northampton. Organization certified 
March 19, 1866. 

Norfolk Suburban Street Railway Company, Dedham. Organization 
certified June 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Norfolk Woolen Company, Franklin. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 8, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Norman Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified May 11, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Adams Gas Light Company, North Adams. Chartered 1864, 
c. 57. 

North Adams Manufacturing Company, Adams. Organization cer- 
tified October 23, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

North American Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 24, 1872. 1872, c. 375. 

North Andover Mills, North Andover. Chartered 1867, c. 197. 
• 1868, c. 173. 



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'North Atlantic Steamship CompaDy, The, Boston. Organization 
certified April 20, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

^ortb Attleboroagh Gas Light Company, North Attleborough. Or- 
ganization certified April 13, 1855. 

North Attleborough Steam and Electiic Company, Attleboroagh. 
OrgaDization certified April 2, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Brookfield Co-operative Creamery Association, North Brook- 
field. Organization certified March 17, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 
106. 

North Brookfield Electric Co., North Brookfield. Organization cer- 
tified January 26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Brookfield Railroad Company, North Brookfield. Organized 
June 24, 1875, under 1872, c. 53. 1874, c. 372. 

North Brookfield Shoe Company, North Brookfield. Organization 
certified May 10, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Dighton Co-operative Stove Company, Taunton. Organiza- 
tion certified August 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Easton Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Company, Easton. Or- 
ganization certified February 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North End Street Railway Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified June 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

North Essex Trust Company, Newburyport. Chartered 1891, c. 298. 

North Shore Electric Company, The, Revere. Organization certified 
March 20, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Truro Cold Storage Co., Truro. Organization certified April 
27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

North Wobum Street Railroad Company, Woburn. Chartered 1866, 
c. 108. 1869, c. 216. 1887, c. 29. 

Northampton Cutlery Company, Northampton. Organization certi- 
fied August 4, 1871. 

Northampton Electric Lighting Company, Northampton. Organiza- 
tion certified November 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Northampton Emery Wheel Company, The, Northampton. Organi- 
zation certified July 12, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Northampton Gas Light Company, Northampton. Chartered 1853, 
c. 59. 1869, c. 119. 

Northampton Paper Box Company, The, Northampton. Organiza- 
tion certified November 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Northampton Street Railway Company, Northampton. Chartered 
1865, c. 128. 1873, c. 48. 

Northfield Co-operative Creamery Association, Northfield. Organi- 
zation certified April 16, 1885. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Northfield Hotel Company, Northfield. Organization certified June 
6, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



98 TAJJ: COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Norton Emery Wheel Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
June 20, 18o5. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Norton Iron Company, Boston. Organization certified December 5, 
1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad Company, Norwich, Conn. Char- 
tered 1836, c. 204. 

Norwood Engineering Co., Northampton. Organization certified 
April 11, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Norwood Gas Light Company, Norwood. Organization certified Oc- 
tober 26, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Norwood Press Company, Norwood. Organization certified January 
24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Novelty Paper Box Company, Hudson. Organization certified 
August 1, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

O. C. White Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified May 
15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

O. D. Pillsbury Company, Newbury. Organization certified March 
28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

O. T. Rogers Granite Company, Quincy. Organization certified 
April 9, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Oak Bluffs Land and Wharf Company, Edgartown, Chartered 1868, 
c. 60. 

Oak Grove Creamery Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
May 14, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Oak Hill Hotel Co., Bradford. Organization certified January 12, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Oak Island Grove Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
February 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ocean Telegraph Company, Boston. Chartered 1869, c. 129. 

Ocean Terminal Railroad Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 26, 1879. 1874, c. 372. 1884, c. 183. 

Ocean Terminal Railroad Dock and Elevator Company, Boston. 
Chartered 1881, c. 239. 1884, c. 183. 

Odd Fellows* Hall Association, Boston. Chartered 1871, c. 45. 

Odd Fellows* Hall Association of Lawrence, Lawrence. Chartered 
1874, c 9. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of South Weymouth, South Weymouth. 
Organization certified March 3, 1881. 1870, c. 224 ; 1874, c. 375. 

Odd Fellows* Hall in the city of Lowell, Proprietors of, Lowell. 
Chartered 1871, c. 11. 

Odorless Excavating Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 22, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.3 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 99 

Old Berkshire Mills Co., Dalton. Organization certified Jane 28, 
1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Old Colony Machine Company, Plymouth. Organization certified 
May 4, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Old Colony Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1862. 1872, c. 
143. 

Old Colony Steamboat Company, Boston. Chartered 1874, c. 143. 

Old Colony Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1890, c. 288. 

Old Colony Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1873, c. 244. 

Old Corner Drug Store, The, Med ford. Organization certified No- 
vember 12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

"Old Corner" Wall Paper Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified September 12, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Old Spain Co-operative Society, Weymouth. Organization certified 
January 9, 1882. 1870, c. 224. 

Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation, Easton. Organization certified 
February 11, 1875. 

Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. Organization certified February 9, 
1889. Pub. Stat., o 106. 

Olmsted and Tuttle Company, Chicopee. Organization certified July 
27, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Oneko Mills Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
August 22, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Onset Bay Grove Association, Wareham. Chartered 1877, c. 98. 

Onset Water Company, Wareham. Chartered 1892, c. 334. 

Orange Electric Light Company, Orange. Organization certified 
October 7, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Orange Furniture Company, Orange. Organization certified June 5, 
1882. Pub. Stat, 106. 

Orange Water Works, Orange. Chartered 1884, c. 167. 1887, c. 
294. 

Oriental Coal Oil Company, Charlestown. Organization certified 
August 3, 1860. 

Oriental Coffee House Company, Boston. Organization certified De- 
cember 8, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Original Wyman Luncheon Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified November 7, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Orewell Mills, Fitchburg. Organization certified May 8, 1886. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Osbom Mills, Fall River. Organization certified February 1, 1872. 

Otis Company, Ware. Chartered 1840, c. 3. 

Owen Paper Company, Great Barrington. Organization certified 
July 2, 1862. 



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P. Blodgett Co., Templeton. Organization certified October 17, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

P. H. Carpenter Company, The, Southbridge. Organization certified 
June 29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

P. P. Emory Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified November 3, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pacific Guano Company, Falmouth and Boston. Chartered 1867, c. 
129. 

Pacific Mills, Lawrence. Chartered 1850, c. 128. 

Page Catering Company, Lawrence. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 20, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Paige Carpenter Colburn Company, Southbridge. Organization cer- 
tified February 7, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Paine Furniture Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 28, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pairpoint Manufacturing Company, The, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified July 3, 1880. 1870, -c. 224. 

Palmer and Monson Electric Company, The, Palmer. Organization 
certified June 15, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1891, c. 360. 

Palmer Carpet Manufacturing Company, Palmer. Organization cer- 
tified March 27, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Palmer Water Company, Palmer. Chartered 1883, c. 171. 

Palmer Wire Manufacturing Company, Palmer. Organization certi- 
fied June 1, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Para Rubber Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 9, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Parker Brothers Company, Boston. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 5, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Parkhill Manufacturing Company, Fitchburg. Organization certi- 
fied December 31, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Parlor Pride Manufacturing Company, The, Middleborough. Organi- 
zation certified February 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Parmenter Manufacturing Company, The, Brookfield. Organization 
certified October 7, 1890. Pukx Stat., c. 106. 

Parsons Paper Company, Holyoke. Organized October, 1853, under 
1851, c. 133. 

Parsons Paper Company, Number Two, Holyoke. Organization 
certified March 28, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Paul Whitin Manufacturing Company, Northbridge. Organization 
certified June 13, 1870. Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Peabody Mills, Newburyport. Organization certified May 7, 1868. 

Peabody-Whitney Company, Boston. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 2, 1891. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 101 

Pearl Street Association, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
April 27, 1877. 

Pearson Box and Moulding Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied April 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pearson Cordage Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 15, 1873. 

Pease Machine Tool Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
March 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Peck and Whipple Company, Westfield. Organization certified 
January 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Peet Valve Company, Boston. Organization certified August 12, 
1868. 

Peirce and Winn Company, Arlington. Organization certified No- 
vember 25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pemberton Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1860, c. 102. 

Pemigewasset and Saco Land and Lumber Company, Boston. Or- 
ganization certified July 14, 1873. 

People's Building Association, Boston. Chartered 1893, c. 299. 

People's Co-operative Association, Brookfield. Organization certi- 
fied February 11, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

People's Electric Street Railway Company, The, Holyoke. Organi- 
zation certified April 27, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

People's Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified May 1, 1875. 
1870, c. 224. 

People's Steamboat Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
December 22, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

People's Store Company, The, Douglas. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 19, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

People's Street Railway Company, Newburyport. Chartered 1892, 
c. 220. 

Pepperell Card and Paper Company, The, Pepperell. Organization 
certified August 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pepperell Spring Water Company, Pepperell. Organization certified 
September 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Perkins Machine Company, Boston. Organization certified July 12, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pettee Machine Works, Newton. Organization certified September 
22, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Phelps Publishing Company, Holyoke. Organization certified De- 
cember 10, 1880. 1870, c 224. 

Phenix Plate Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
May 2, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Phenix Printing Company, Springfield. Organization certified March 
12, 1894. Fub. Stat., c. 106. 



102 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Phillips Manufactaring Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified March 31, 1876. 

Phillips Woolen Company, Adams. Organization certified January 
26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Phillipston Co-operative Creamery Company, The, Philllpston. 
Organization certified February 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Phoenix Brewing Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1879, c. 121. 

Phoenix Hall Association, Fairhaven. Organized March 4, 1853. 

Phoenix Manufacturing Corporation, Taunton. Organization certi- 
fied June 10, 1850. 

Phoenix Rattan Company, The, Natick. Organization certified 
November 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pierce and Bushnell Manufacturing Company, New Bedford. Or- 
ganization certified September 2, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pierce Construction Company, Leominster. Organization certified 
January 13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pierce Hardware Company, The, Taunton. Organization certified 
January 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pierce Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organization cer- 
tified March 3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pierson Fruit and Produce Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified April 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pigeon Cove Co-operative Association, The, Rockport. Organiza- 
tion certified February 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pigeon Cove Harbor Company, Rockport. Chartered 1831. 1830, 
c. 34. 

Pigeon Hill Granite Company, Rockport. Organization certified 
December 6, 1870. 1870, c. 224. 

Pilgrim Fathers Hall Association, Lawrence. Organization certi- 
fied July 29, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106, and 1889, c. 362. 

Pilgrim Steamboat Company, Quincy. Organization certified De- 
cember 26, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pinkham & Willis Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 31, 1893. Pub. Static. 106. 

Pittsfield and North Adams Railroad Corporation, Boston. Char- 
tered 1842, c. 69. 1869, c. 407. 

Pittsfield Brass Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 24, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pittsfield Coal Gas Company, Pittsfield Chartered 1853, c. 21. 

Pittsfield Electric Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified July 
24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pittsfield Electric Street Railway Company, Pittsfield. Organization 
certified October 1, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 103 

Filtafield Manufacturing Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization 
certified March 16, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

PittBfield Steam Power Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization cer- 
tified August 12, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pittsfield Transportation Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
June 25, 1887. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Pleasant Valley Live Stock Association, The, Brimfield. Organiza- 
tion certified February 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plankett Woolen Company, Hinsdale. Organized March 1, 1861. 

Plymouth and Kingston Street Railway Company, Plymouth. Or- 
ganization certified February 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Plymouth and Middleborough Railroad Company, Plymouth. Char- 
tered 1890, c. 108. 

Plymouth Cordage Company, Plymouth. Chartered 1824, c. 21. 

Plymouth County Co-operative Creamery Company, Bridgowater. 
Organization certified August 13, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth County Railroad Company, Weymouth. Chartered 1892, 
c. 151. 

Plymouth County Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Brockton. 
Chartered 1892, c. 39«. 

Plymouth Electric Light Company, Plymouth. Organization certi- 
fied November 23, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth Foundry Company, Plymouth. Organization certified 
May 26, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Plymouth Gas Light Company, Plymouth. Chartered 1853, c. 128. 

Plymouth Mills, Plymouth. Chartered 1846, c. 176. 

Plymouth Preserving Co., Plymouth. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 21, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth Shoe Co., Plymouth. Organization certified August 20, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth Steamboat Company, Plymouth. Organization certiGed 
November 14, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth Stove Company, Boston. Organization certified September 
19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Plymouth Woollen and Cotton Factory, The, Plymouth. Chartered 
1814. 1813, c. 187. 

Pocasset Manufacturing Company, The, Fall River. Chartered 
1822. 1821, c. 61. 

Point of Pines Company, Revere. Organization certified April 28, 
1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pomeroy Mining Company, Richmond. Organization certified June 
9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Pomeroy Woolen Company, Pittsfield. Organization certiOed Novem- 
ber 18, 1892. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Pond Machine Tool Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 27, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pope's Island Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified December 13, 1890. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Post Printing Company, Worcester. Organization certified February 
16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Post Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified June 20, 
1876. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, New York. 

Potomska Mills Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
June 20, 1871. 

Potter Drag and Chemical Corporation, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified January 28, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Powell Planer Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
April 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Powow Hill Water Company, Amesbury and Salisbury. Chartered 
1883, c. 161. 

Pranor Educational Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 7, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Pranker Manufacturing Company, Saugus. Organization certified 
May 19, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Pratt Manufacturing Company, Grafton. Organization certified 
January 31, 1889. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Presbrey Stove Lining Company, Taunton. Organization certified 
July 17, 1867. 

Prescott Insurance Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 26, 1872. 1872, c. 375. 

Preston Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
February 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Progressive Co-operative Association, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified June 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Prospect Worsted Mills, Lawrence. Organization certified March 
17, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Prout Brothers' Granite Company, Quincy. Organization certified 
July 1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Prouty Wire Company, Charlton. Organization certified January 13, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Providence and Springfield Railroad Company, Rhode Island. 1891, 
c. 387. 

Providence and Worcester Railroad Company, Providence, R. I. 
Chartered 1844, c. 89. 



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ProYideDce, Ponagansett and Springfield Railroad Company. 1890, 
c. 322. 1894, c. 347. 

Providence Telephone Company of Massaclmsetts, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified February 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Providence, Webster and Springfield Railroad Company, Webster. 
Organized March 23, 1882. 

Provincetown Cold Storage Co., Provineetown. Organization certi- 
fied June 2, 1893. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Puritan Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 20, 1893. Pub Stat., c. 106. 

Puritan Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1892, c. 394. 1893, c. 
267. Name changed from Granite Trust Company, by 1894, 
c. 115. 

Putnam and Sprague Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
December 31, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1891, c. 43. 

Putnam Machine Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified De- 
cember 4, 1856. 

Putnam Nail Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 31, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Pyro-Febrin Company, The, Northampton. Organization certified 
December 21, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Quaboag Steamboat Company, The, Brookfield. Organization certi- 
fied October 13, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Queen Hotel Company, The, Beverly. Organization certified April 
5, 1890. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Qniucy and Boston Street Railway Company, Quincy. Organization 
certified August 24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Quincy and Nantasket Steamboat Compauy, Boston. Organization 
certified November 29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Quincy Electric Freight Railway Company, Quincy. Chartered 1891, 
c. 359. 

Quincy Electric Light and Power Company, The, Quincy. Organ- 
ization certified February 15, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied August 19, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Quincy Quarry Company, The, Quincy. Organization certified 
May 19, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Qaiucy Street Railway Company, Quincy. Organization certified 
April 13, 1888. Pub. Stat , c. 113. 

Qaincy Water Company, Quincy. Chartered 1883, c. 162. 

Qoiosigamond Co-operative Baking Company, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified April 12, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Quinsigamond Co-operative Meat Market, Worcester. Organization 
certified August 11, 1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 



106 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Quinsigamond Electric Power and Light Company, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified February 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Quinsigamond Lake Improvement Company, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified February 12, 1891. Pub Stat., c. 106. 

Quinsigamond Lake Steamboat Company, The, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified June 20, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

E. A. McWhirr Company, The, Fall River. Organization certified 
May 8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

R. H. Smith Manufacturing Company, The, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified January 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

R. Y. Russell Printing and Paper Box Company, Lynn. Organiza- 
tion certified February 4, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rafter Ripley Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
June 12, 1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Randolph Power Company, The, Randolph. Organization certified 
January 24, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rays Woollen Company, Franklin. Organization certified December 
14, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reading Electric Light and Power Company, Reading. Organiza- 
tion certified July 31, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reading Gas and Electric Company, Reading. Organization certified 
May 2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reading Lyceum Hall Association, Reading. Chartered 1854, 
c. 360. 

Reading Masonic Temple (Corporation), Reading. Organization 
certified March 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reading Rubber Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified August 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reading Water Company, Reading. Chartered 1885, c. 381. 

Real Estate and Building Company, Boston. Chartered 1861, c. 22 ; 
1880, c. 43 ; 1885, c. 93. 

Real Estate Exchange and Auction Board, The, Boston. Chartered 
1889, c. 153. 

Real Estate Improvement Company of Haverhill, Haverhill. Char- 
tered 1886, c. 111. 

Record Dry Plate Company, Milton. Organization certified May 2, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Recording Instrument Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reed and Barton Corporation, Taunton. Organization certified 
February 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Reed and Curtis Machine Screw Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified June 19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. ' 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 16. 107 

Register Co-operative Printing Company, Yarmouth. Organization 
certified AprU 15, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Renfrew Manufacturing Company (South) Adams. Chartered 1867, 
c. 194. 

Republican Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
March 22, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Revere Copper Company, Boston. Chartered 1828, c. 34. 

Revere House, Proprietors of the, Boston. Chartered 1854, c. 58. 

Revere Rubber Company, Chelsea. Organization certified March 9, 
1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Revere Water Company, Revere. Chartered 1882, c. 142. 

Reversible Collar Company, Boston. Organization certified June 7, 
1866. 1869. c. 232. 

Review Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Railroad Company, Franklin. Or- 
ganization certified September 26, 1876. 1874, c. 372. 

Rice and GriflSn Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified February 10, 1873. 1870, c. 224. 

Rice & Lockwood Lumber Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified December 13, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rice, Barton and Fales Machine and Iron Company, Worcester. 
Chartered 1867, c. 274. 

Rice Kendall Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Richard Borden Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization 
certified July 7, 1871. 

Richard Briggs Companv, Boston. Organization certified January 
23, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Richardson Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified January 28, 1870, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Richardson Piano Case Co., Leominster. Organization certified 
December 29, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1891, c. 360. 

Richmond Iron Works, Richmond. Chartered 1842, c. 79. 

Ridgway Furnace Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 16, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ripley Howland Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified January 26, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Riverbank Improvement Company, Boston. Chartered 1890, c. 109. 

Riverdale 311118, The, Great Barrington. Organization certified May 
16, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Riverdale Woolen Company, The, Northbridge. Organization cer- 
tified September 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



108 TAX COMMISSIONER'S' REPORT. [Jan. 

Riverside Co-operative Association of Maynard, The, Maynard. Or- 
ganization certified November 12, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Riverside Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified April 
24, 1867. 

Riverside Water Company, Gill, Chartered 1888, c. 241. 

Robbins Anchor Tripper Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 26, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Robbins Kellogg Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
November 26, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Roberts Iron Works Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
January 22, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Robeson Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1866, c. 32. 

Robinson Bros. Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Robinson Iron Company, Plymouth. Organization certified August 
27, 1868. 

Robinson Printing Company, Boston. Organization certified August 
6, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rockland and Abington Street Railway Company. Organization cer 
tified August 13, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Rockland Company, Rockland. Organization certified May 5, 1885. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rockland Factory Building Association, Rockland. Chartered 1893, 
c. 284. 

Rockland Hotel Company, The, Hull. Organization certified May 
14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rockport Electric Street Railway Company, Rockport. Chartered 
1893, c. 354. 

Rockport Granite Company, of Massachusetts, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified February 2, 1865. 

Rockport Water Company, Rockport. Chartered 1893, c. 281. 

Rocky Meadow Company, Boston. Organization certified May 9, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rodney Hunt Machine Company, Orange. Organization certified 
January 8, 1873. 1870, c. 224. 

Rogers Osgood Hat Company, Palmer. Organization certified June 
2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Roland T. Oakes Company, The, Holyoke. Organization certified 
January 2, 1892 Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rotch Spinning Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
March 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rotch's Wharf Company, New Bedford. Chartered 1831. 1830, 
c. 88. 



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RouiUard Reid Company, Boston. Ors^anization certified October 6, 
1891. Pub. Slat., c. 106. 

Rome's Wbarf, Proprietors of, Boston. Chartered 1818. 1817, 
c. 94. 

Roxbnry Carpet Company, Boston. Organization certified March 7, 
1859. 

Roxbury Central Wharf, Boston. Chaitered 1841, c. 66. 1890, 
c. 165. 

Roxbury Gas Light Company, Boston. Chartered 1852, c. 198. 

Roxbury Real Estate Association of Boston, Boston. Chartered 
1890, c. 268. 

Roxbury Stone Company, The, Boston. Organization certified May 
10, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Royal Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Royal Steam Heater Co., Gardner. Organization certified June 11, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Royce Laundry Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
March 23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rubber Footwear Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
April 23, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Roddy Thread Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
April 24, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Russell Mills, Plymouth. Chartered 1854, c. 214. 

Russell Paper Company, Lawrence. Organization certified June 4, 
1864. 

Russia Cement Company, Gloucester. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 3, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rust and Richardson Drug Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 27, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Rutland Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Rutland. Organ- 
ization certified April 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106 

S. A. Freeman Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
4, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. A. Woods Machine Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 25, 1873. 

S. Armstrong Company, The, Somerville. Organization certified 
January 13, 1894. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

S. Blackinton Woolen Company, Adams. Organization certified 
December 26, 1876. 1870, c. 224. 

S. Blaisdeli Jr , Company, The, Chicopee. Organization certified 
November 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. H. Howe Shoe Company, The, Marlborough. Organization cer- 
tified November 1, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. Ill 

Samuel Ward Company, Boston. Organization certified June 23, 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Samuel Winslow Skate Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. 
Organization certified April 21, 1886. Pub. SStat., c. 106. 

Sander Musical Instrument Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified March 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanders and Barrows Clothing Company, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified March 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanders Building Corporation, The, Haverhill. Organization certi- 
fied March 11, 1891.' Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sandy Bay Pier Company, The, Rockport. Chartered 1811. 1810, 
c. 77. 

Sanford Sawtelle Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
November 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanford Spinning Company, Fall River. Organization certified May 
18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanford Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified January 
14, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanitary Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 22, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

SauDders Cotton Mills, Grafton. Chartered 1848, c. 293. 

Sawyer Leather Machinery Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified February 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston. Organization certified June 8, 
1872. 

Saxonville Mills, Boston. Organization certified March 7, 1859. 

Scandis Co-operative Grocery Company, Fitchburg. Organization 
certified March 2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandia Granite Works, Quincy. Organization certified August 6, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Drug Company, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified June 8, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Grocery Union, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified April 22, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Mercantile Company, The, Brockton. 
Organization certified July 6, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scituate Water Company, Scituate. Chartered 1893, c. 891. 

Sea View Hotel and Wharf Company, The, Cottage City. Organiza- 
tion certified May 22, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Seaconnet Mills, Fall River. Organization certified March 7, 1884. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Security Associates, The, Worcester. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 24, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



no TAX COMMISSIONER'S EEPOET. [Jan. 

S. K. C. Specialty Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified No- 
vember 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. K. Edwards Hall Company, Southbridge. Organization certified 
August 28, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

S. M. Howes Company, The, Boston. Organization certified March 
20, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. N. & C. Russell Manufacturing Company, Pittsfield. Organiza- 
tion certified December 28, 1885 Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. R. Niles Advertising Agency, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied May 11, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. S. Pierce Company, Boston. Organization certified March 16, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106 

S. W. Card Manufacturing Company, Mansfield. Organization cer- 
tified March 2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

S. Worthington Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
May 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sagamore Manufacturing Company, Fall River. Organization cer- 
tified November 10, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Salem and South Danvers Oil Company, Salem. Organization certi- 
fied November 14, 1855. 

Salem, Beverly and Danvers Towboat Company, The, Danvers. 
Organization certified June 13, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salem Building Association, The, Salem. Organization certified 
January 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salem Commercial School Incorporated, Salem. Organization certi- 
fied July 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salem Electric Lighting Company, The, Salem. Organization certi- 
fied January 30, 1882. 1870, c. 224. 

Salem Gas Light Company, Salem. Chartered 1847, c. 67. 

Salem Lead Company, Salem. Chartered 1868, c. 5. 

Salem Marine Insurance Company, Salem. Chartered 1856, c. 5. 

Salem Mechanic Hall Corporation, Salem. Chartered 1839, c. 40. 
1857, c. 279 ; 1870, c. 102. 

Salem Press Publishing and Printing Company, The, Salem. Organ- 
ization certified April 12, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salem Storage Warehouse Company, The, Salem. Organization 
certified August 31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salem Waste Company, The, Salem. Organization certified June 
12, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Salisbury Beach Plank Road Company, Salisbury. Chartered 1865, 
c. 172. 1888, c. 208. 

Samson Cordage Works, Boston. Organization certified July 3, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. Ill 

Samnel Ward Company, Boston. Organization certified June 23, 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Samuel Winslow Skate Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. 
Organization certified April 21, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sander Musical Instrument Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified March 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanders and Barrows Clothing Company, New Bedford. Organiza- 
tion certified March 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanders Building Corporation, The, Haverhill. Organization certi- 
fied March 11, 1891.' Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sandy Bay Pier Company, The, Rockport. Chartered 1811. 1810, 

C. 4 /. 

Sanford Sawtelle Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
November 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanford Spinning Company, Fall River. Organization certified May 
18, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sanfoi*d Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified January 
14, 1888. Pub. Slat., c. 106. 

Sanitary Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 22, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Saunders Cotton Mills, Grafton. Chartered 1848, c. 293. 

Sawyer Leather Machinery Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified February 2, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston. Organization certified June 8, 
1872. 

Saxonville Mills, Boston. Organization certified March 7, 1859. 

Scandia Co-operative Grocery Company, Fitchburg. Organization 
certified March 2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandia Granite Works, Quincy. Organization certified August 6, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Drug Company, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified June 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Grocery Union, Worcester. Organiza- 
tion certified April 22, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scandinavian Co-operative Mercantile Company, The, Brockton. 
Organization certified July 6, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Scitiiate Water Company, Scituate. Chartered 1893, c. 391. 

Sea View Hotel and Wharf Company, The, Cottage City. Organiza- 
tion certified May 22, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Seaoonnet Mills, Fall Hiver. Organization certified March 7, 1884. 
Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Security Associates, The, Worcester. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 24, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



112 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Security Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Lynn. Chartered 1890, 
0. 212. 

Security Safe Deposit Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 10, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Sewall and Day Cordage Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 9, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Sewing Machine Supplies Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified October 14, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Seymour Knapp-Warren Company, Wrentham. Organization certi- 
fied August 29, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1891, c. 360. 

Shady Hill Nursery Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
January 20, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Shannon Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
September 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Shapleigh Coffee Company, Boston. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 26, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sharon Water Company, Sharon. Chartered 1883, c. 177. 

Shaw Leather Company, The, Woburn. Organization certified 
February 26, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Shaw Stocking Company, Lowell. Organization certified October 16, 
1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Shelburne Falls Co-operative Creamery Association, Buckland. Or- 
ganization certified November 19, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Shelley Manufacturing Company, Watertown. Organization certified 
May 28, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Shorey Spring Bed and Shade Roller Company, The, Lowell. Or- 
ganization certified April 21, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Shove Mills, Fall River, Organization certified April 2, 1872. 

Shreve, Crump and Low Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 5, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Siasconset Street Railway Company, Nantucket. Organization cer- 
tified August 1, 1890. 1893, c. 317. 

Sigsbee Manufacturing Company, The, Ayer. Organization certified 
June 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Silver Grill Caf6 Company of Boston, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied May 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Silver Lake Company, Newton. Confirmation of organization under 
Pub. Stat., c. 106, §§ 22, 80, filed November 15, 1887. 

Simonds Manufacturing Company, Fitchburg. Chartered 1869, c. 
48. Confirmed under 1874, c. 349, § 2, November 29, 1878. 

Simonds Rolling-Machine Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 4, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Simpaon Spring Company, Boston. Organization certified December 

24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Simpson's Patent Dry Dock Company, Boston. Chartered 1856, 
c. 16. 

Singapore Rattan Company, The, Framingham. Organization cer- 
tified December 11, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Slngletary Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Millbury. Or- 
ganization certified April 28, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Skillings, Whitneys and Barnes Lumber Company, Boston. Organi- 
zation certified September 27, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Slade Mills, Fall River. Organization certified June 14, 1871. 

Slater Engine Company, The, Warren. Organization certified De- 
cember 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Slater Woolen Company, Webster. Organization certified February 
19, 1866. 

Smith American Organ and Piano Company, Boston. Organization 
certified January 10, 1871. 1870, c. 224. 1887, c. 45. 

Smith 4& Anthony Company, Boston. Organization certified April 
15, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 1891, c. 860. 

Smith and Dove Manufacturing Company, Andover. Organization 
certified June 28, 1864. 

Smith & Stoughton Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
February 8, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Smith and White Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization 
certified November 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Smith & Winchester Company, Boston. Organization certified 
January 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Smith Carleton Iron Co., Boston. Organization certified August 22, 
1889. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Smitli-Foster Shoe Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 8, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

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Smith-Green Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 17, 1«94. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Smith Heating and Ventilating Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified February 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Smith McCusker. Company, Boston. Organization certified April 12, 

1894. Pub. Sut., c. 106. 
Smith Paper Company, Lee. Organization certified January 10, 

1866. 

Smith, Wilson and Sears Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization 
certified November 6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Somerset Shoe Company, Somerset. Organization certified February 

25, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



114 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Somerset Stove Foundry Company, Somerset. Organization certified 
October 8, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Somerville Desk Company, The, Somerville. Organization certified 
May 15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Somerville Electric Light Company, The, Somerville. Organization 
certified February 21, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Somerville Horse Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1857, c. 
250. 

Somerville Journal Company, Somerville. Organization certified 
May 27, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Somen'ille Trust Company, Somerville. Chartered 1891, c. 346. 

Somerville Union Hall Company, Somerville. Chartered 1869, c. 
177. 

Sonora Railway Company, Limited. Organization certified May 1, 
1879. 1879, c. 274. 

Soule Piano & Organ Investment Company, Taunton. Organization 
certified February 14, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

South Abington Shoe Factory Company, South Abington. Chartered 
1885, c. 112. 

South Bay Company, Boston. Chartered 1853, c. 344. 

South Bay Improvement Company, Boston. Chartered 1877, c. 50. 

South Bay Teaming Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
May 15, 1890. Pub. Stat., q. 106. 

South Boston Building Association, South Boston. Chartered 1890, 
c. 269. 

South Boston Gas Light Company, South Boston. Chartered 1852, 
c. 103. 

South Congregational Meeting House in Lowell, Proprietors of the, 
Lowell. Chartered 1831. 1830, c. 123. 

South Deerfield Water Company, Deerfield. Chartered 1894, c. 369. 

South Hadley Falls Electric Light Company, The, South Hadley. 
Organization certified December 13, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

South Middlesex Street Railway Company, Natick. Organization 
certified August 10, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 113. Name changed 
from Natick Electric Street Railway Company, November 22, 
1894. 1893, c. 346. 

South Reading Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 28, 1854. 

South Reading Mechanic and Agricultural Institution, Wakefield. 
Chartered 1833, c. 94. 

South Sea Cranberry Company, The, Yarmouth. Organization cer- 
tified June 29, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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South Truro Fish Weir Company, Truro. Organization certifled 
March 21, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Soath Well fleet Cranberry Association, Wellfleet. Organization cer- 
tified November 14, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sooth Weymouth Shoe Company, Weymouth. Organization certified 
May 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Southbridge Gas and Electric Company, Southbridge. Organization 
certified April 21, 1871. 1890, c. 14. 

Southbridge Optical Company, Southbridge. Organization certified 
March 14, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Southbridge Printing Company, Soutbbri<1ge. Organization certified 
December 31, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Southbridge, Sturbridge and Brookfield Railroad Company. Organi- 
zation certified May 3, 1892. Pub. Stat , c. 112. 

Southbridge Water Supply Company, Southbridge. Chartered 1880, 
c' 73. 

Southern Berkshire Cheese Company, The, Great Barrington. Or- 
ganization certified September 1, 1870, under Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Southern Massachusetts Telephone Company, The, New Bedford. 
Organization certified February 17, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Southgate Woolen Company, Worcester. Organization certified June 
28, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Soatbworth Company, West Springfield. Organization certified No- 
vember 21, 1873. 

Sovereigns' Co-operative Associaliion of Webster, Mass., Webster. 
Oq^anization certified December 28, 1876. 

Sparrell Print, The, Boston. Organization certified December 16, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Spaaiding Brothers Company, The, Townsend. Organization certi- 
fied April 12, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Speirs Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 23, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Spencer Gas Company, The, Spencer. Organization certified July 
31, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Spencer Hotel Corporation, Spencer. Organization certified October 
21, 1874. 

Spencer Wire Company, Spencer. Organization certified May 5, 
1876. 

Sprague and Breed Coal Company, Lynn. Organization certified 
March 31, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springdale Paper Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
January 16, 1882. 1870, c. 224. 

Springfield Brass Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
April 1, 1890. Pub. Stat , o. 106. 



116 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Springfield Coil Boiler Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
July 12, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Co-operative Milk AssociatioD, The, Springfield. Organ- 
ization certified March 21, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Door, Sash & Blind Company, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified August 12, 1891. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Springfield Drop Forging Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified May 18, 1893. Pub. Slat., c. 106. 

Springfield Envelope Company, The, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified May 8, 1886. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Springfield. 
Chartered 1849, c. 135. 

Springfield Foundry Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
October 9, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Springfield Gas Light Company, Springfield. Chartered 1847; c. lo, 

Springfield Glazed Paper Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified May 4, 1874. 

Springfield Knitting Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
May 16, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Lumber Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
September 23, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Mountains Co-operative Creamery Association, Hampden. 
Organization certified November ;21, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. lOG. 

Springfield Narrow Fabric Company, Springfield. Organization cer- 
tified April 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Planing and Moulding Mill Co., Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified January 3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Printing and Binding Company, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified May 31, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Springfield. Char- 
tered 1885, c. 343. 

Springfield Steam Power Company, Springfield. Organization certi- 
fied March 28, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Springfield Street Railway Company, Springfield. Chartered 1868, 
c. 63 ; 1869, c. 113 ; 1873, c. 149. 

Springfield Union Publishing Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified June 24, 1892. Pub. Stat^ c. 106. 

Springfield Waste Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
March 24, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Springfield Weaving Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified July 23, 187«. 1870, c. 224. 

Springfield Webbing Companv, Springfield. Organization certified 
June 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Sprockett Car Wheel Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 19, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Spy Publiahing Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
May 4, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

St. Regis Leather Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
Jane 7, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stafford Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1871, c. 13. 

Standard Brass Company, Cambridge. Organization certified May 
•23, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Brick Company, The, Springfield. Organization certified 
April 17, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Button Company, Springfield. Organization certified Feb« 
ruary 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Cloth Meter Co., Newbury port. Organization certified 
May 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Clothing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
June 8, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Cordage Company, Boston, Organization certified March 
29, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Crockery and House Furnishing Company, The, Worcester. 
Organization certified April 16, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Envelope Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
April 7, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Fertilizer Company, Duxbury. Organization certified June 
15, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Standard Furniture Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
January 23, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Horse Shoe Company, Wareham. Organization certified 
December 16, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Measuring Machine Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified January 10, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Standard Oil-Cloth Company, Taunton. Organization certified April 
8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Paper Bag Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 27, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
August 22, 1882. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Standard Rubber Corporation, Brockton. Organization certified 
March 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., o. 106 ; 1891, c. 360. 

Standard Thermometer Company, Peabody. Organization certified 
December 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Taming Works, Cambridge. Organization certified No- 
vember 28, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



118 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Standard Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified January 
7, 1882. 1870, c. 224. 

Standard Worsted Company, Tbe, r/>well. Organization certified 
November 4, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standard Worated Company of Jjowell, Mass., The, Lowell. Organ- 
ization certified October 22, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Standish Hall Company, Abington. Organization certified May 25, 
1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Standish Worsted Company, Plymouth. Organization certified May 
13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stanley Electric Manufacturing Company, The, Pittsfield. Organi- 
zation certified December 26, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stanley Laboratory Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
February 19, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stanley Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
September 25, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Staple Heeling Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 8, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Staples Coal Company, Taunton. Organization certified May 26, 
1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Star Belting Company, Boston. Organization certified February 17, 
1894. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Star Brass Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
March 16, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Star Clothing Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
February 20, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Star Foundry Company, Worcester. Organization certified March 
29, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Star Mills Corporation, Middle borough. Organization certified June 
3, 1887. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Star Worsted Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 23, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

State Safe Deposit Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
February 23, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

State Street Exchange, Boston. Chartered 1888, c 82. 

State Street Safe Deposit and Trast Company, Boston. Chartered 

1891,0.199. 

Steel Wire Shank Company, Plymouth. Organization certified July 
5, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Steimer and Moore Manufacturing Company, Westfield. Organiza- 
tion certified November 6, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sterling Emery Wheel Company, Sterling. Organization certified 
May 31, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stevens Linen Works, Dudley. Chartered 1867, c. 325. 



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Stevens Manafaciaring Company, Fall River. Organization certified 
June 3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stevenson Manufacturing Company, Pittsfield. Organization certi- 
fied May 17, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 1890, o. 397. 

Stickney & Poor Spice Co., Boston. Organization certified April 
15, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stiles Reservoir Company, Leicester. Chartered 1866, c. 232. 

Stirling Mills, Lowell. Organization certified December 30, 1879. 
1870, c. 224. 

Stock bridge and Pittsfield Railroad Company. Stock bridge. Char- 
tered 1847, c. 99. 

Stockbridge Iron Company, Stockbridge. Chartered 1841, c. 19. 

Stockbridge Water Company, Stockbridge. Chartered 1851, c. 210. 

Stone & Downer Co., Boston. Organization certified January 29, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stoneham Gas and Electric Company, Stoncham. Organization 
certified May 2, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stoneham Odd Fellows* Hall Association, Stoneham. Chartered 
1872, c. 120. 

Stonemetz Printers Machinery Company, Millbury. Organization 
certified November 8, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stony Brook Railroad Corporation, Lowell. Chartered 1845, c. 251. 

Stony Brook Water Power Company, Littleton and Westford. 
Chartered 1866, c. 231. 

Stoughton Gas and Electric Company, Stoughton. Organization cer- 
tified February 9, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stoughton Rubber Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
28, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Strange Forged Twist Drill Company, New Bedford. Organization 
certified May 21, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Stratton Bros. Company, Gardner. Organization certified July 1, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sbidiey Instalment Company, Boston. Organization certified No- 
vember 9, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Startevant and Haley Beef and Supply Company, Boston. Organi- 
zation certified August 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Subterranean Cable Company of Boston, Boston. Chartered 1879, 
c. 200. 

Suburban Light and Power Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied October 16, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Suburban Railroad Company, Newton. Chartered 1891, c. 182. 

1893, c. 356. 

Suffolk Brewing Company, Boston. Chartered 1875, c. 164. 



120 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Suffolk Company, Boston. Organization certified February 7, 1887. 
Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Suffolk Cordage Company, Chelsea. Organization certified October 
3, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Suffolk Storage Warebouse Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied April 21, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Suffolk Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1887, c. 241. 1889, 
c. 409. 

Sumner Drug and Chemical Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified February 8, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sun Printing Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
March 18, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sunderland Water Company, Sunderland. Chartered 1884, c. 107. 

Suspension Transportation Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 20, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Sutton Cranberry Company, Sutton. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 3, 1870. 1870, c. 224. 

Sutton Manufacturing Company, Sutton. Chartered 1836, c. 175. 

Swan Holt Company, The, Boston. Organization certified May 10, 
1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Swansea Dye Works, Swansea. Organization certified February 26, 
1890. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Swedish Mercantile Co-operative Company, The, otherwise, Svenska 
Hardels Aktic Bolaget, Worcester. Organization certified De- 
cember 12, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Swedish Publishing Company, The, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied November 11, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Swift Kiver Company, Enfield. Organized July 6, 1852. 1851, 
c. 133. 

T. A. Peterson Company, Worcester. Organization certified January 
22, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T. B. Bailey Company. The, Boston. Organization certified June 
30, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T. Dexter Johnson Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T. E. Rich Company, Barre. Organization certified October 3, 1892. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T. F. Little Oil Company, The, Salem. Organization certified De- 
cember 18, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T. Martin and Brother Manufacturing Company, Chelsea. Organ- 
ization certified April 2, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T Wharf Fish Market Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
June 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Taber Art Company, The, New Bedford. Organization certified 
January 24, 1893. Pab. Stat., c. 106. 

Taber Organ Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
Febraary 6, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Ta£ft, Gardner, Shepard Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 14, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Talbot Dyewood and Chemical Company, Billerica. Organization 
certified December 8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Talbot Mills, Billerica. Organization certified September 29, 1884. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tarr and Wonson Limited, Gloucester. Organization certified 
March 8, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Taunton Brick Company, Taunton. Organization certified February 
4, 1868. 

Taunton Button Company, Tannton. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 23, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Taunton Copper Manufacturing Company, Taunton. Chartered 
1831. 1830, c. 19. 

Taunton Crucible Company, Taunton. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 27, 1865. 

Taunton Dye Works and Bleachery Company, Taunton. Organiza- 
tion certified April 20, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Taunton Electric Lighting Company, Taunton. Organization certi- 
fied June 7, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tannton Evening News, Taunton. Organization certified July 2, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c 106. 

Taunton Gas Light Company, Taunton. Chartered 1853, c. 3. 

Taunton Herald Company, Taunton. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 28, 1893. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Taunton Locomotive Manufacturing Company, Taunton. Chartered 
1847, c. 8. 

Taunton Oil Cloth Company, Taunton. Organization certified June 
30, 1857. 

Taunton Street Railway Company, Taunton. Chartered 1870, c. 18. 

Taunton Theatre Company, Taunton. Organization certified June 
10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Taylor and Tapley Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified January 1, 1884. Pub. Stat.^ c. 106. 

Taylor Goodwin Company, Bradford. Organization certified August 
10, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Taylor Manufacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization certified 
October 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Technical Company, The, Boston. Organization certified June 26, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



122 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Tecamseh Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1866, c. 12. 

Teellng Baking Company, The, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
January 16, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Telegram Newspaper Company, The, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified June 7, 1890. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Texas, Topolobampo and Pacific Railroad and Telegraph Company. 
Organization certified March 8, 1881. 1884, c. 75. 1886, c. 
316. 

Thayer Woolen Company, Oxford. Organization certified July 1, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thomas B. Adams Company, Boston. Organization certified October 
4, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thomas Dalby Company, Watertown. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 22, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thomas 6. Plant Company, Lynn. Organization certified June 26, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thomas Restieaux Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
September 15, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thomas W. Emerson Company^ Boston. Organization certified 
March 3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thompson & Norris Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 10, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thompson & Odell Co., Boston. Organization certified January 20, 

1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thompson Hardware Company, The, Lowell. Organization certified 
July 5, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thorn Medicine Company, The, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
May 20, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thorndike Company, Palmer. Chartered 1836, c. 25. 

Thorndike Manufacturing Company, Lowell. Organization certified 
July 6, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thorp and Adams Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organ- 
ization certified February 1, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thorp and Martin Co., Boston. Organization certified September 6, 

1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Thorp and Martin Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization 
certified May 18,^1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tileston and Hollingsworth Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied May 15, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Torrey and Bentley Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
September 7, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Towle Manufacturing Company, Newburyport. Organization certi- 
fied September 18, 1880. 1882, c. 230. 



1895-3 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No- 16. 123 

Town Keck Land and Improvement Company of Sandwich, Sand- 
wich. Chartered 1888, c. 20. 

Towne Fuller Company, The, Westfield. Organization certified 
December 8, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Traders' Co-operative Union, Templeton. Organization certified 
May 18, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Transcript Publishing Company, The, North Adams. Organization 
certified June 26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Traveller Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified May 
25, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Travis Bros. Shoe Co., Plymouth. Organization certified April 1, 
1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Treat Hardware and Supply Company, Lawrence. Organization 
certified September 27, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

T^eroont and Suffolk Mills, Lowell and Boston. Chartered 1871, 
c. 152. 

Treroont Nail Company, Boston and Wareham. Organization certi- 
fied September 80, 1859. 

Tremont Publishing Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 12, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Trencli Lamp Company, The, Boston. Organization certified August 
9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tribune Building Company, Framlngham. Organization certified 
December 22, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tropical Cocoanut Company, Boston. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 22, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Troy Cotton and Woollen Manufactory, Fall River. Chartered 1814. 
1813, c. 145. 

Troy Granite Company, Worcester. Organization certified May 7, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tubular Rivet and Stud Company, Boston. Organization certified 
February 27, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tucker and Cook Manufacturing Company, Conway. Organization 
certified June 2, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tudor Company, Boston. Chai-tered 1868, c. 245. 

Turner and Kimball Cabinet Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied May 6, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Turner's Falls Company, Fitchburg. Chartered 1794. 1866, c. 275. 

Turner's Falls Cotton Mills, Montague. Organization certified May 
31, 1882. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Turner's Falls Driving Association, Montague. Organization certi- 
fied November 22, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



124 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Tamer's Falls Land and Improvement Company, Montague. . Char- 
tered 1869, c. 108. 

Turner's Falls Lumber Company, GUI. Organization certified May 
3, 1872. 

Tarner*8 Falls Paper Company, Montague. Organization certified 
May 29, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Turner's Falls Shoe Company, Moutague. Organization certified 
January 28, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 1891, c. oQ. 

Tuxedo Manufacturmg Company, Cambridge. Organization certified 
September 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Tyer Rubber Company, Andover. Organization certified February 
15, 1876. 

Tyler and Moulton Shoe Company, Brookfield. Organization certi- 
fied October 1, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Underhay Oil Co., Boston. Organization certified December 22, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. * 

Underbill Warming & Ventilating Company, Boston. Organization 
certified December 20, 1893. Pub.. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Belt Company, Fall River. Organization certified April 24, 
1872. 

Union Building Association, Georgetown. Organization certified 
August 2, 1886. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Union Button Sewing Machine Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified October 5, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Company, (East) Abington. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 9, 1868. 1866, c. 290. 

Union Cotton Ginning Company, Boston. Organization certified 
October 23, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Cotton Manufacturing Company. Fall River. Organization 
certified July 26, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Union Cycle Manufacturing Company, Needham. Organization cer- 
tified January 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Desk Co., Boston. Organization certified October 2, 1889. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Electric Light Company, Franklin. Organization certified 
March 11, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Freight Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 1872, c. 342. 
1873, c. 235. 

Union Furniture Company, Ayer. Organization certified September 
14, 1885. Pub. Stat., o. 106. 

Union Glass Company, Somerville. Organization certified June 3, 
1864. 

Union Glue Company, The, Gloucester. Organization certified June 
5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 125 

Union Hall AsBociation, The, Cambridge. Chartered 1871, cc. 9, 
296. 1873, c. 64. 

Union Ice Company, Boston. Organization certified June 29, 1870, 
under Gen. 8tat., c. 61. 

Union Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1888, c. 422. 

Union Machine Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified Decem- 
ber 17, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Manufacturing Company, Leominster. Organization certified 
July 6, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Marine Railway, Provincetown. Chartered 1852, c. 58. 

Union Publishing Company of Boston, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied February 17, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Union Street Railway Company, The, New Bedford. Authorized by 
Acts of 1887, c. 91. Approved June 11, 1887. 

Union Telegraph & Telephone Company, The, Pittsfield. Organiza- 
tion certified November 13, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Union Ticket Broker Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
October 25, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Union Water Meter Company, Worcester. Confirmation of organiza- 
tion August 7, 1875, under 1870, c. 224, § 12. Confirmation of 
organization August 13, 1875, under 1874, c. 349, § 2. 

Union Wharf Company, Boston. Chartered 1847, c. 24. 

United Cordage Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
November 8, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

United Electric Light Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
May 9, 1887. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

United Lines Telegraph Company, New York. 

United Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 7, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

United States Automatic Service Company, The, Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified September 28, 1893. Pub. Stat, c.l06. 

United States Compound Oxygen Company, The, Springfield. Or- 
ganization certified January 19, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Cord Company, Lowell. Organization certified July 
17, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

United States Envelope Machine Company, Springfield. Organiza- 
tion certified March 19, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Finance Company, Boston. Organization certified 
June 12, 1891. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

United States Fireworks Company, Boston. Organization certified 
November 27, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Hotel Company, Boston. Chartered 1825. 1824; c. 
103 ; 1840, c.3d. 



126 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

United States Registration Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 28, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 
1887, c. 188. 1888, c. 251. 

United States Spring Bed Company, The, Springfield. Organization 
certified June 18, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Tubular Bell Company, The, Methnen. Organization 
certified December 17, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

United States Watoh Company, Waltham. Organization certified 
June 21, 1883. 1885, c. 43. 

United States Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified 
April 4, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Upton Felting Mills, The, Boston. Organization certified February 
21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Upton Maoufacturing Company, Upton. Organization certified 
November 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Uxbridge and Northbridge Electric Company, The, Uxbridge. Or- 
ganization certified September 25, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Uxbridge Cotton Mills, Uxbridge. Chartered 1840, c. 49. 

V. W. Crowson Waste Co., Westfield. Organization certified July 
9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Valley Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization ceilified February 
14, 1868. 

. Vermont and Massachusetts Railroad Company, Boston. Chartered 
1844, c. 134. 1869, cc. 68, 238, 318. 

Victor Manufacturing Company, Newburyport. Organization certi- 
fied February 9, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Victoria Mills Corporation, The, Newburyport. Organization certi- 
fied May 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Villa Paint and Ornamental Company, The, Newburyport. Organ- 
ization certified June 6, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Vineyard Grove Company, Edgartown. Chartered 1870, c. 110. 

Vineyard Haven Marine Railway Company, The, Tisbury. Organ- 
ization certified May 21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Vineyard Haven Water Company, Tisbury. Chartered 1887, c. 157. 

Vineyard Haven Wharf Company, (Holmes' Hole) , Tisbury. Char- 
tered 1835, c. 19. 1881, c. 31. 

Voorhees Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified June 6, 
1893. Pub. Stat.,c. 106. 

Vulcan Foundery Co-operative Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified June 15, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. A. Graham Company, Marlborough. Organization certified 
October 25, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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W. B. Witherell Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
May 5, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. C. Lewis Shoe Company, Haverhill. Organization certified 
November 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. C. Packard Furniture and Carpet Company, Salem. Organization 
certified August 25, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. ' 

W. C. Young Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Organization 
certified March 31, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. D. Wilmarth & Co. Corporation, Attleborough. Organization 
certified January 18, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. E. Howe Company, Worcester. Organization certified February 
17, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. F. Adams Company, Springfield. Organization certified July 
13, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. H. Doble Company, Quincy. Organization certified February 1, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. H. Hill Envelope Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
April 26, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. H. Wilmarth & Co. Corporation, Attleborough. Organization 
certified January 4, 1894. Pub. Stat , c 106. 

W. J. Boynton Baking Company, The, Groton. Organization certi- 
fied March 25, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. J. Davis Electric Company, Pittsfield. Organization certified 
December 27, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

W. J. Thompson & Co. Corporation, Boston. Organization certified 
June 29, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. L. Douglas Shoe Company, Brockton. Organization certified 
March 2, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. M. Colby Company, Boston. Organization certified April 13, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

W. S. Reed Toy Company, Leominster. Organization certified Feb- 
ruary 8, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Wachnsett Milk Company, Worcester. Organization certified No- 
vember 29, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waehusett Mills, Worcester. Organization certified March 28, 1894. 
Pub. Stot., c. 106. 

Waehusett Shirt Company, Leominster. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 25, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wade and Reed Company, Boston. Organization certified June 19, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wading River Reservoir Company, Taunton. Chartered 1866, c. 
171. 1869, c. 376. 

Wadswortli Howland & Co., Incorporated, Boston. Organization 
certified January 5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



128 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Wainwright Manufacturing Company of Massachusetts, The, Med- 
ford. Organization certified May 4, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waite Felting Company, Franklin. Organization certified July 19, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wakefield and Stoneham Street Railway Company, The. Organiza- 
tion certified May 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Wakefield Rattan Company, Wakefield. Organization certified Oc- 
tober 17, 1873. 

Wakefield Real Estate and Building Association, Wakefield. Char« 
tered 1871, c. 120. 1891, c. 13. 

Wakefield Water Company, Wakefield. Chartered 1872, c. 335. 
1883, c. 139. 

Walker and Pratt Manufacturing Company, Watertown. Organiza- 
tion certified March 31, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Walker Stetson Sawyer Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 20, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Walkerwood Chemical Company, Boston. Organization certified 
July 3, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Walpole Emery Mills, Ashland. Organization certified March 13, 
1877. 1881, c. 30. 

Walter M. Lowney Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
October 7, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waltham Coal Company, Waltham. Organization certified June 29, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waltham Emery Wheel Company, Waltham. Organization certified 
June 21, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waltham Gas Light Company, Waltham. Chartered 1853, c. 118. 

Waltham Lumber Company, Waltham. Organization certified May 
31, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waltham Music Hall Company, Waltham. Organization certified 
November 1, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Waltham Tribune Company, Waltham. Organization certified April 
10, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waltham Watch Tool Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, The, 
Springfield. Organization certified April 8, 1890. Pub. Stat., 
c. 106. 

Walworth Construction and Supply Company, Boston. Organization 
certified October 5, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Walworth Light & Power Company, Boston. Organization certified 
May 8, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Walworth Manufacturing Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 27, 1871. 

Wamesit Power Company, Lowell. Chartered 1865, c. 117. 



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Wameali Steam .Mill Company, Lowell. Organization certified Oc- 
tober 14, 1853. 

Wampanoag Mills, Fall Biver. Organization certified June 9, 1871. * 

Wamsutta Hotel Company, Attleborough. Organization certified 
April 29, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Wamsntta Mills, New Bedford. Chartered 1846, c. 201. 

Wannacomet Water Company, Nantucket. Chartered 1880, c. 27. 

Wanooenoc Power Company, Fitchburg. Organization certified 
October 30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waquoit Herring River Company, Waquoit, Falmouth. Organized 
October 15, 1866. 1866, c. 187. 

Ware Electric Company, Ware. Organization certified September 
18, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ware Lumber Company, Ware. Organization certified October 24, 
1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ware Pratt Company, Worcester. Organization certified January 
24, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ware River Manufacturing Company, Ware. Organization certified 
August 8, 1868. 

Ware River Railroad Company, Ware. Chartered 1867, c. 76. 

Warner Manufacturing Company, The, Greenfield. Organization 
certified August 19, 1887. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Warren Boot and Shoe Company, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied April 14, 1893. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Warren Building and Improvement Company, The, Warren. Organ- 
ization certified March 7, 1894. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Warren Cotton Mills, Warren. Chartered 1854, c. 79. 

Warren Electric Company, Warren. Organization certified October 
2, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Warren Soap Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified March 21, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Warren Thread Company, Ashland. Organization certified January 
9, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Warwick Cycle Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization 
certified December 26, 1893. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Washacum Pottery Company, The, Sterling. Organization certified 
May 23, 1892. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Washburn and Garfield Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified May 11, 1889. Pub. Stat, c. 106. 

Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company, Worcester. Char- 
tered 1868, c. 31. 

Washington Mills Company, Lawrence. Chartered 1884, c. 54. 



130 TAX COxMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Washington Mills Emery Manufacturing Company, Ashland. Or- 
ganization certified May 6, 1868. , 

* Wason Manufacturing Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
. AprU 17, 1862. 

Watchman Publishing Company, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied December 23, 1876. 1870, c. 224. 

Waterhouse Shannon & Muuroe (Incorporated), Boston. Organiza- 
tion certified March 10, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Waterman Clothing Company, Franklin. Organization certified 
July 29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Watertown Machine Company, Watertown. Organization certified 
February 20, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Watertown Water Supply Company, Watertown. Chartered 1884, 
c. 251. 

Watuppa Reservoir Company, Fall River. Chartered 1826, c. 81. 

Wauregan Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 16, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Waushacum Lake Company, Sterling. Chartered 1891, c. 69. 

Waverley Company, Boston. Chartered 1855, c. 217. 

Waverley Hall Company, Belmont. Organization certified December 
14, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Webster Electric Company, The, Webster. Organization certified 
July 6, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weeden Manufacturing Corporation, New Bedford. Organization 
certified June 16, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weeks & Potter Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
1, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weetamoe Mills, Fall River. Chartered 1871, c. 50. 

Weinman Company, The, Boston. Organization certified August 21, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weinz Manufacturing Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 24, 1890. Pub. Stat.f c 106. 

Weir Stove Company, Taunton. Organization certified December 
28, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wekepeke Woolen Company, Clinton. Organization certified No- 
vember 5, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wellesley Co-operative Creamery Association, Wellesley. Organiza- 
tion certified May 17, 1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wellfleet Marine Insurance Company, Wellfleet. Chartered 1885, 
c. 199. 

West Boylston Manufacturing Company, The, West Boylston. 
Chartered 1814. 1813, c. 84 ; 1823, c. 29. 



1895-3 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 131 

West Cbop Steamboat Company, Boston. Organization certified 
Jane 8, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

West Dudley Co-operative Creamery Association, Dudley. Organ- 
ization certified January 11, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

West End Street Railway Company, Boston. Organized January 
22, 1887. 1887, c. 413. 

West End Supply Company, The, Boston. Organization certified 
December 18, 1890. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

West Lynn Trust Company, Lynn. Chartered 1892, c. 396. 

West Stockbridge Railroad Corporation, West Stockbridge. Char- 
tered 1836, c. 132. 

West Ware Paper Company, The, Ware. Organization certified 
October 19, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

West Warren Co-operative Association, Warren. Organization cer- 
tified June 6, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westboro' Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Company, The, West- 
borough. Organization certified August 18, 1890. Pub. Stat., 
c. 106. 

Westboro' Factory Association, The, Westborough. Organization 
certified July 3, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westborough Gas and Electric Company, The, Westborough. Or- 
ganization certified October 9, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Western Union Telegraph Company, New York. 

Westfield Brick Company, Westfield. Organization certified July 30, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westfield Cigar Company, Westfield. Organization certified Jan- 
uary 26, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westfield Gas Light Company, Westfield. Organization certified 
August 13, 1868. 

Westfield Heating and Plumbing Company, Westfield. Organization 
certified August 23, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westfield Power Company, Westfield. Organization certified July 
11, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Westfield Whip Company, Westfield. Organization certified January 
8, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westbampton Water Company, Westhampton. Organization certi- 
fied September 11, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 110. 

Weston Illuminating Company, Boston. Organization certified May 
4, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Westport Harbor Aquedact Company, Westport. Organization cer- 
tified July 18, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 110. 

Westport Point Hotel Company of Massachusetts, The, Westport. 
Organization certified April 9, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



132 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT, [Jan. 

Westport Wooden Ware Company, The, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified March 22, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weymouth and Braintree Publishing Company, Weymouth. Organ- 
ization certified September 24, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, 
c. 360. 

Weymouth Light and Power Company, Weymouth. Organization 
certified Februaiy 18, 1889. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Weymouth Seam-face Granite Company, Weymouth. Organization 
certified November 14, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Weymouth Shoe Supply Company, The, Weymouth. Organization 
certified June 14, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wheeler Cotton Mills, Millbury. Organization certified June 19, 
1867. 

Wheeler Express Company, Marlborough. Organization certified 
May 18, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wheeler Refiector Company, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 26, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Wheelman Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Novem- 
ber 7, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wheelock Engine Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 25, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitcomb Envelope Company, The, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied January 16, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

White and Bagley Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
January 9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

White Oak River Corporation, New Bedford. Organization certified 
May 12, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

White, Son Company, Boston. Organization certified December 22, 
1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitin Machine Works, Northbridge. Chartered 1868, c. 140. 

Whiting Paper Company, Holyoke. Organization certified June 11, 
1872. Gen. Stat., c. 61. 

Whitinsville Street Railway Company, Northbridge. Organization 
certified December 3, 1890. Pub. Stat, c. 113. 

Whitman Co-operative Store, The, Whitman. Organization certified 
October 16, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitman Electric Company, Whitman. Organization certified No- 
vember 19, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitman Manufacturing Company, Whitman. Organization certified 
May 5, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitman Paper Box Company, Whitman. Organization certified 
April 16, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whitman Street Railway Company, The, Whitman. Organization 
certified October 30, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 



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Whitmore Manafactnring Company, The, Holyoke. Organization 
certified December 14, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Whitney Reed Chair Company, Leominster. Organization certified 
September 19, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whittemore-Woodbury Company, Boston. Organization certified 
April 13, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whittenton Mannfacturing Company, Taunton. Organization cer- 
tified May 16, 1883. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whittier Cotton Mills, Lowell. Organization certified January 29, 
1887. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Whittier Machine Company, Boston. Organization certified Septem- 
ber 3, 1874. 

Wickeraham Quoin Company, Boston. Organization certified Febru- 
ary 19, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wilbraham Woolen Company, The, Wilbraham. Organization cer- 
tified November 22, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wilder & Clark Shoe Company, The, Newburyport. Organization 
certified July 16, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

WUey and Russell Manufacturing Company, Greenfield. Organiza- 
tion certified September 16, 1874. 

Willey Company, Springfield. Organization certified November 24, 
1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wm. F. Morgan Company, The, Lynn. Organization certified July 
26, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William G. Bell Company, The, Boston. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 17, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William H. Bums Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
September 24, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William H. Keeden Printing Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied August 1, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William H. King Sons Company, Springfield. Organization certified 
November 9, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William H. Raymond Grocery Company, Boston. Organization cer- 
tified November 18, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William J. Dinsmore Corporation, The, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied September 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wm. Mason Manufacturing Company, Dighton. Organization certi- 
fied March 4, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William N. Flynt Granite Company, Monson. Organization certified 
March 2, 1885. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William S. Hills Company, Boston. Organization certified January 
3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

William Skinner Mannfacturing Company, Holyoke. Organization 
certified June 28, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



134 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Williams Manafacturing Company, The, Northampton. Organiza- 
tion certified February 20, 1868. 

Williams Market, Boston. Chartered 1849, c. 243. 

Williams Table and Lumber Company, The, Somerville. Organiza- 
tion certified April 29, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Williamsburgh Co-operative Creamery Association, The, Williams- 
burg. Organization certified August 10, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 
106. 

Williamstown Electric Light Company, The, Williamstown. Organ- 
ization certified February 8, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Williamstown Gas Company, Williamstown. Organization certified 
March 9, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Williamstown Manufacturing Company, Williamstown. Chartered 
1865, c. 169. 

Williamstown Water Company, Williamstown. Chartered 1885, c. 
311. 

Williston and Knight Company, Easthampton. Organization certi- 
fied February 8, 1866. 1880, c. 45. 

Winchendon Electric Light and Power Company, Winchendon. Or- 
ganization certified September 26, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Winchester Furniture Company, The, Winchester. Organization 
certified April 24, 1886. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wiukley and Maddox Ice Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified May 29, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Winuislmmet Company, Boston. Chartered 1833, c. 197. 

Winnisimmet Railroad Company, Chelsea. Chartered 1857, c. 227. 

Winthrop Loan and Trust Company, Boston. Chartered 1891 , c. 109. 

Wire Goods Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified Sep- 
tember 21, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Withereli Shoe Company, Clinton. Organization certified February 
23, 1893. Pub. SUt., c. 106. 

Woburn Electric Light Company, Woburn. Organization certified 
May 22, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Woburn Gas Light Company, Woburn. Chartered 1854, c. 211. 

Woburn Power Company, Woburn. Organization certified June 6, 
1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wollaston Foundry Company, Boston. Organization certified Octo- 
ber 19, 1874. 

Woman's Journal, Proprietors of the, Boston. Chartered 1870, c. 5. 

Woodward and Brown Piano Company, Boston. Organization certi- 
fied March 30, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester and Millbury Street Railway Company. Organization 
certified May 13, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 



1895.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 16. 135 

Worcester and Nashua Telegraph Company, Worcester. Chartered 
1855, c. 100. 

Worcester and Shrewsbury Railroad Company, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified April 17, 1873. 

Worcester and Shrewsbury Street Railway Company, Worcester. 
Organization certified July 9, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Worcester Bedding Manufacturing Company, The, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified January 31, 1889. Pub. Stat , c. 106. 

Worcester Bleach and Dye Works Company, The, Worcester. Or- 
ganization certified March 3, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Cholesterine Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
February 21, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Coal Company, Worcester. Organization certified March 
22, 1880. 1870, c. 224. 

Worcester Consolidated Street Railway Company, Worcester. Or- 
ganized February 27, 1886. 1887, c. 284. 

Worcester Construction Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified March 25, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Co-operative Meat Market, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified May 3, 1892. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Corset Company, The, Worcester. Organization certified 
February 29, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Counter Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
October 4, 1882. Pub. Stat., c. 106 ; 1891, c 360. 

Worcester Dry Goods Company, The, Worcester. Organization cer- 
tified August 2, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Electric Light Company, The, WorcQ^ter. Organization 
certified January 9, 1884. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Envelope Company, Worcester. Organization certified 
July 24, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Excursion Car Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified April 3, 1878. 1870, c. 224. 

Worcester Fire Appliance Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified February 1, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Cras Light Company, Worcester. Chartered 1851, c. 159. 
1869, c. 25. 

Worcester, Leicester and Spencer Street Railway Company, Leicester. 
Organization certified March 7, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 113. 

Worcester Machine Works, Worcester. Organization certified March 
30, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester, Nashua and Rochester Railroad Company, Worcester. 
Chartered 1883, c. 129. 

Worcester Reed Chair Company, Gardner. Organization certified 
May 17, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



136 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Worcester Safe Deposit and Trast CompaDj, Worcester. Chartered 
1868, c. 77. 

Worcester Steam HeatiDg Company, Worcester. Organization certi- 
fied June 3, 1892. Fab. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Storage Company, Worcester. Organization certified May 
8, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Theatre Association, Worcester. Chartered 1868, c. 125. 
1890, c. 9. 

Worcester Thread Company, Clinton. Organization certified April 
3, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worcester Wire Company, Worcester. Organization certified July 

2, 1877. 1870, c. 224. 

Worcester Woolen Mill Company, The, Worcester. Organization 
certified February 11, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Workingmen's Building Association, Boston. Chartered 1888, c. 92. 

Workingmen's Loan Association, Boston. Chartered 1888, c. 108. 

Woronoco Park Association, The, Westfield. Organization certified 
July 15, 1893. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Woronoco Street Railway Company, Westfield. Organization certi- 
fied September 8, 1890. Pub. Stat, c. 113. 

Worthington Co-operative Creamery Association, Worthington. Or- 
ganization certified October 9, 1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Worthy Paper Company, Agawam. Organization certified October 

3, 1871. 

Woven Cane Fabric Company, The, Wakefield. Organization certi- 
fied March 1, 1890. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wright and Colton Wire Cloth Company, The, Worcester. Organ- 
ization certified December 28, 1889. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wright and Potter Printing Company, The, Boston. Organization 
certified January 17, 1879. 1870, c. 224. 

Wright Machine Company, Worcester. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 3, 1881. 1870, c. 224. 

Wright Manufacturing Company, Lawrence. Organization certified 
December 27, 1873. 

Wright Wire Cloth Company, Palmer. Organization certified Janu- 
ary 21, 1888. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wrought Iron Casting Company, Boston. Organization certified 
December 2, 1891. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Wyoming Mills, Fall River. Organization certified April 17, 1890. 
Pub. Stat., c. 106. 

Ziegler Electric Company, Boston. Organization certified August 16, 
1894. Pub. Stat., c. 106. 



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Change of Name of Corporations. 

The following-named corporations have been authorized to change 
their names, under provisions of chapter 360, Acts of 1891 : — 

French Protestant College, The, of Springfield. To French Ameri- 
can College. Jane 28, 1894. 

Gamey Hot Water Heater Company. To Gurney Heater Manu- 
facturing Company. May 25, 1894. 

Horton Akerly Company, The. To Horton Manufacturing Company, 
The. July 25, 1894. 

Linnett Shirt Company. To Greylock Shirt Company. February 
13, 1894. 

McDonald and Gill Company, The. To Christian Witness Company, 
The. December 17, 1894. 

"Newton Cottage Hospital, The. To Newton Hospital. February 
28, \S9A. 

Stems Paper Company, The. To Eastern Paper Company. Febru- 
ary lOy 1894. 

Voee and Catler Manufacturing Company. To National Roller 
Chafe Iron Company. February 20, 1894. 



138 TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Jan. 



TABLE B. 



Appeals in 1804. 

Whole number of appeals from taxes of previous year, . 1 6 

from taxes of 1894, . . .52 

68 

Abatements allowed, 58 

refused, 9 

Appeals continued, 1 

68 



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139 



TABLE C. 





CORPORATION TAXES DISTBIBUTBD. 


• 




Abington, . . . tl,9G5 18 


Billerica, . . 


. (3,876 94 


Acton, • ■ 


1 


1 


657 11 


Black stono. 


1 




120 11 


Acushnet, 


• 


1 


167 72 


Blandford, 


1 




237 49 


AcUuns, • 


1 1 


1 


. 2,679 53 


Bolton, . 


1 




20 43 


Agawam, . 


■ 


1 


427 61 


Boston, . 


1 




.832,868 52 


Allord, . . 


1 I 


< 


80 04 


Bourne, . 


• 




. 1,947 11 


Amesbmy, 


1 • 


( 


, 3,266 03 


Boxborough, , 






63 62 


Amherst, . 


1 « 


1 


, 1,630 86 


Boxford, . 


» 




190 29 


Afldover, . . 


1 t 


1 


. 8,166 36 


Bojiston, . 


• 




6 95 


Arlington, 


i • 


« 


. 6,374 69 


Bradford, , 


» 




, 2,176 62 


Ashbuniham, 


• • 


1 


63 70 


Brain tree, , 


1 




. 6,051 77 


Ashby, 


• • 


1 


310 10 


Brewster, , 


1 




466 17 


Ashfield, . 


1 fl 


1 


21 23 


Bridgewater, , 






, 2,636 06 


Asbland, • 


1 ■ 


1 


481 62 


Brimfield, , 


» 




116 22 


Athol, 


> t 


• 


916 72 


Brockton, 




1 




7,711 26 


AttleboTongb, . 


t 


i 


1,828 89 


Brookfield, 


1 




1,328 69 


Aabum, • 


• 


1 


126 84 


Brookline, , 


1 




. 112,469 64 


ATon, 


1 • 


1 


316 48 


Buckland, 


1 




75 89 


Ajer, 


1 1 


1 


606 79 


Burlington, 


1 




69 78 


Barnstable, 


• 


• 1 


. 4,348 76 


Cambridge, 


1 




, 68,985 14 


Barre, • 


• 1 


1 


731 88 


Canton, . 






9,638 48 


Becket, . 


• 1 


1 


214 02 


Carlisle, . 


* 




30 29 


Bedford, . 


• 1 


1 


382 34 


Carver, . 






736 34 


Belchertown, 


• < 


• 1 


136 30 


Charlemont, , 


1 




19 57 


Belllngham, 


I « 


1 a 


3 68 


Charlton, . , 


t 




386 96 


Belmont, . 


■ 


• 1 


. 4,138 16 


Chatham, , 


1 




247 47 


Berkley, . 


• 


• 


213 72 


Chelmsford, 


1 




. 1,135 42 


Berlin, . 


• 


• 


60 94 


Chelsea, . 


1 




. 15,795 80 


Bernardston, 


■ 


• 


270 82 


Cheshire, . 


• 




379 20 


Beverly, . 


t 


• 


. 21,388 69 


Chester, . 


• 




. 1,194 62 



140 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Chesterfield, . 






(4 80 


Florida, . 






- 


Chicopee, 






. 5,796 57 


Foxborough, 






(727 90 


Chilmark, 






58 20 


Framingham, 






. 24,572 48 


Clarksburg, 






, 


Franklin, . 






. 8,762 51 


Clinton, . 






, 1,839 21 


Freetown, 






382 55 


Cohasset, . 






. 13,821 65 










Colrain, . 






269 30 


Gardner, . 






. 2,637 20 


Concord, . 






. 7,866 25 


Gay Head, 






- 


Conway, . 






; 4 34 


Georgetown, 






519 46 


Cottage City, 






60 62 


Gill, . 






72 26 


Cunimington, . 






184 84 


Gloucester, 
Goshen, . 




• 


. 8,830 35 
3 41 


Dalton, , 






. 10,745 75 


Gosnold, . 






9 71 


Dana, 








Grafton, . 






. 1,097 53 


Danvers, . 






1,112 98 


Gran by, . 






235 47 


Dartmouth, 






2,990 31 


Granville, 






106 20 


Dedham, . 






. 8,731 68 


Great Barringt 


on, . 




. 6,468 79 


Deerfield, 






443 30 


Greenfield, 


« 




. 5,641 26 


Dennis, . 






. 1,640 13 


Greenwich, 






52 83 


Dighton, . 






160 47 


Groton, . 


«* 




4,400 36 


Douglas, . 






215 00 


Grovcland, 






174 16 


Dover, . 






3,014 21 










Dracut, . 






45 46 


Hadley, . 






308 96 


Dudley, . 






302 44 


Halifax, . 




• 


88 14 


Dunstable, 






254 64 


Hamilton, 






1,036 61 


Duxbury, 






2,376 73 


Hampden, 






17 20 




• 




Hancock, . 






272 06 


East Bridgewater, . 




1,845 37 


Hanover, . 






. 3,443 25 


Eastham, . 




298 01 


Hanson, . 






111 34 


Easthampton, . 






1,095 16 


Hardwick, 






842 18 


Easton, . 






10,380 38 


Harvard, . 






1,866 75 


Edgartown, , 






291 99 


Harwich,. *. . 


t 




1,330 94 


Egremont, < 






269 16 


Hatfield, . 






281 83 


Enfield, . 






. 2,635 67 


Haverhill, 






13,984 27 


Erving, . 






77 85 


Hawley, . 






6 99 


Essex, 






, 867 40 


Heath, 






43 42 


Everett, , 


« 




, 1,991 03 


Hingham, 
Hinsdale, 


a 




. 10,956 74 
679 25 


Fairhaven, 






. 1,952 33 


Hoi brook, . 






1,114 62 


Fall River, , 






. 14,104 18 


Holden, . . 






65 73 


Falmouth, 






. 11,503 26 


Holland, . 






- 


Fitchburg, 






. 29,448 72 


Holliston, 






692 28 



Holyoke, . . • . 


.tl8,639 83 


Maynard, 


XV* 




. f 737 68 


Hopedale, . . 


. 13,712 76 


Medfield, 






2,204 00 


Uopkinton, 


92 43 


Medford, . 


, - 




. 19,169 19 


Hubbardston, . 


226 38 


Med way, . 






224 26 


Hudson, . . . 1 


. 1,666 69 


Melrose, . 






. 6,080 98 


Hnll 


219 77 


1 

Mendon, . 






107 98 


Huntington, 


88 86 


Merrimac, 






446 78 


HydePark^ . 


4,746 17 


Methuen, . 






. 1,922 60 






Middleborougfa 


f ' 




. 4,863 30 


Ipswich, . • . . 


. 3,668 39 


Middlefield, . 






447 86 


Kingston, . * . 


3,240 97 


Middleton, 
Mil ford, . 






4 21 
. 3,276 87 


Lakeyille, 

Lancaster, • - . 
Lanesborough, 
Lawrence, 

J<jW^ « • • • 1 

Leicester, . • 

Lenox, . . • . 

Leominster, 

Leverett, . . . , 


716 09 
2,694 81 

33 97 
10,463 97 

766 Q8 
. 2,414 63 
. 2.080 10 
. 6,098 38 

34 80 


Millbnry, 
Millis, . 
Milton, . 
Monroe, . 
Monson, . 
Montague, 
Monterey, • 
Montgomery, 
Mount Washin 


« 
1 

1 

• 

gton. 




. 1,161 99 
. 146 99 
. 39,460 71 

66 00 
. 8,488 03 
. 1,772 96 

67 13 
6 86 


Lexington, 


. 4,761 16 


Nahant, . . . . 


18,669 43 


Leyden, . 


19 


Nantucket, 




. 2,330 24 


Lini'oln, . • . , 


. 2,369 19 


Natick, . 




. 3,013 36 


Littleton, 


638 92 


Needham, 




. 2,227 76 


Longmeadow, . 


. 1,167 69 


New Ashford, . 


• 


- 


Lowell, . 


. 67,604 06 


New Bedford, . 




66,899 92 


Ludlow, . . * . 


93 27 


New Braintree, 




84 02 


Lunenburg, . ' • 


198 63 


New Marlborough, 




98 43 


L}'un, 


. 28,666 79 


New Salem, . 




- 


Lynnfield, 


64 13 


Newbury, . • 
Newbury port, . 


* 


467 61 
21,291 46 


Ualden, . • * . 


. 60,084 88 


Newton, . 


, • , 


71,400 63 


Manchester, 


. 16,281 86 


Noi-fblk, . 




30 16 


Mansfield, 


402 06 


North Adams, . * 


, • , 


. 6,030 13 


Marblehead, . 


. 6,218 26 


North Andover, 




7,178 26 


Marion, . . • . 


696 46 


North Attleborough 


» • 


3,282 96 


Marlborough, • * 


. 2,886 92 


Nortli Brookfield, . 




2,624 68 


Marshfield, 


. 1,667 60 


North Reading, 




43 17 


Mashpee, . 


- 


Northampton, . 


« 


9,362 26 


Mattapoisett, . 


. 2,137 41 


Northborough, 


i 




824 97 



142 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Northbridge, 
Northfield, 
Norton, • 
Norwell, . 
Norwood, 

Oakham, . 
Orange, . 
Orleans, . 
Otis, 
Oxford, . 

Palmer, . 

Paxton, . 

Peabody, . 

Pelham, . 

Pembroke, 

Pepperell, 

Peru, 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, 

Pittsfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plymouth, 

Plympton, 

Prescott, • 

Princeton, 

Provincetown, 

Quincy, . 

Randolph, 

Raynham, 

Reading, . 

Kehoboth, 

Revere, . 

Richmond, 

Rochester, 

Rockland, 

Rockport, 

Rowe, 

Rowley, . 



f 15,157 14 

1,281 19 

118 10 

2,040 75 

1,980 10 

8 04 

19,211 79 

1,025 09 

8 42 
1,085 98 

1,241 17 



8,955 18 


74 08 


22 64 


1,117 07 


98 


498 21 


18,729 43 


122 02 


6,244 70 


68 54 


1 71 


404 40 


1,283 53 



9,256 73 

4,514 17 

201 68 
2,471 05 

124 38 

8,677 61 

22 26 

494 77 
1,681 79 

578 25 
7 48 

184 62 



Royal ston, 
Russell, . 
Rutland, . 

Salem, 

Salisbury, 

Sandisfield, 

Sandwich, 

Saugus, . 

Savoy, , 

Scituate, • 

Seekonk, . 

Sharon, . 

Sheffield, 

Shelburne, 

Sherbom, 

Shirley, . 

Shrewsbury, 

Shutesbury, 

Somerset, 

Somerville, 

South Hadley, 

Southampton, 

South borough, 

Southbridge, 

Southwick, 

Spencer, . 

Springfield, 

Sterling, . 

Stockbridge, 

Stoneham, 

Stoughton, 

Stow, 

Sturbridge, 

Sudbury, . 

Sunderland, 

Sutton, • 

Swampscott, 

Swanzcy, 

Taunton, . 



t611 60 


82 68 


12 49 


27,549 19 


168 18 


89 81 


764 80 


248 19 


98 


1,462 00 


30 89 


2,437 30 


530 89 


297 02 


252 62 


573 57 


215 97 


7 04 


84 33 


16,409 53 


2,580 51 


4 84 


8,570 96 


9,174 95 


195 21 


3,648 85 


90,255 37 


222 26 


5361 43 


504 56 


2,413 84 


133 87 


167 26 


1,099 46 


29 08 


264 90 


13,415 10 


410 68 



18,457 60 



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Templeton, 


■ 


• 


•415 35 


West Bridgewater, . 


t5l5 41 


Tewksbury, 


■ 


• 


318 01 


WestBrookficld, . 


1,171 07 


Tisbnry, . , 


) • 


■ 


645 12 


West Newbury, 


107 47 


Tolland, . 


• 1 


• 


— 


West Springfield, . 


3,932 94 


Topsfield, 


1 • 


« 


244 77 


West Stookbridge, • 


323 46 


TowDseDd, 


1 1 


t 


799 77 


West Tisbury, 


142 13 


Truro, 


> ■ 


• 


81 82 


Westborougb, . 


1,327 02 


Tyngsborough, 


» ■ 


• 


456 22 


Westfield, 


8,183 93 


Tyringbam, 


1 1 


« 


27 87 


Westford, 
W^esthampton, 


. 2,825 19 
2 38 


Upton, 


• 1 


« 


755 66 


Westminster, . 


446 67 


Uxbridge, 


• 1 


I 


1,232 16 


Weston, . . . . 
Westport, 


. 11,815 17 
969 50 


Wakefield, 


• i 


■ 


8,063 51 


Weymouth, 


. 3,495 80 


Wales, • 


■ 1 


• 


- 


W hately, . . . * 


6 29 


Walpole, . 


1 ■ 


• 


887 67 


Whitman, 


. 1,287 82 


Waltham, 


• 1 


■ 


11,376 35 


Wilbraham, . 


. 1,304 85 


Ware, . 


■ 1 


• 


7,048 34 


Williamsburg, 


104 72 


Wareham, 


• t 


■ 


2,801 65 


Williamstown, 


275 35 


Warren, . 


1 ■ 


• 


2,390 18 


Wilmington, • . 


10 39 


Warwick, 


1 ■ 


• 


87 22 


Winehendon, . 


292 48 


Washington, 


I < 


> 1 


19 


Winchester, . • 


. 9,826 55 


Watertown, 


» « 


> a 


. 6«598 33 


Windsor, . . 


, - 


Wajland, 


• 4 


1 1 


. 1,364 95 


W inthrop, • 


. 1,492 67 


Webster, . 


» « 


1 


. 10,306 95 


Wobum, . . . 


. 3,217 83 


Wellesley, 


» 


1 


, 7,480 87 


Worcester, • 


. 122,400 06 


Wellfleet, 


» 


■ 


. 1,848 68 


Worthington, . 


6 68 


Wendell, . 




• 


2 46 


Wrentham, 


650 34 


Wenbam, 




• 


. 249 32 






West Bojlston, 




• 


. 1,099 21 


Yarmouth, • • 


. 2,561 73 



144 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



TABLE D. 



AbingtoD, 

Acton, 

Acushnet, 

Adams, . 

Agawam, 

Alford, . 

Amesbury, 

Amherst, . 

Andover, . 

Arlington, 

Ashbumham, 

Ashby, 

Ashfield, . 

Ashland, . 

Athol, 

Attleboroagh, 

Auburn, . 

Avon, 

Ajer, 

Barnstable, 

Barro, 
Becket, . 

Bedford, , 

Belchertown, 

Bellingbam, 

Belmont, 

Berkley, . 

Berlin, 

Bernardston, 

Beverly, . 

Bill erica, . 



BANK TAXES DISTBIBUTBD 


. 1761 97 


Blackstone, 




191 45 


Blandford, 




536 52 


Bolton, , 




523 86 


Boston, • 




614 88 


Bourne, . 




333 85 


Boxborough, 




. 1,694 52 


Boxford, , 




. 1,688 81 


Boylston,. 




. 2,558 56 


Bradford, 




. 9,202 84 


Braintree, 




150 37 


Brewster, 




145 22 


Bridgewater, 




841 79 


Brim field. 




76 46 


Brockton, 




373 79 


Brookfield, 




486 18 


Brookline, 


H 


53 82 


Buckland, 




35 17 


Burlington, 




122 29 


Cambridge, 




1,961 44 


Canton, . 




624 96 


Carlisle, . 




401 62 


Carver, , 




96 26 


Charlomont, 




538 03 


Charlton, 




94 69 


Chatham, . 




2,839 14 


Chelmsford, 




671 70 


Chelsea, . 




185 35 


Cheshire, . 




510 19 


Chester, . 




4,340 06 


Chesterfield, 




393 09 


Chicopee, 



t210 23 


151 54 


158 87 


21,833 53 


205 96 


26 08 


219 93 


156 11 


2,335 81 


1^40 78 


494 29 


2.328 01 


116 73 


1,021 85 


339 45 


16,810 70 


131 72 


75 13 


16,269 66 


571 88 


26 05 


928 70 


188 70 


431 03 


1,161 31 


1,018 42 


2,493 39 


483 83 


108 76 


151 55 


1,186 53 



Chilmark, 


^ yj 


MJA^J 


tl48 99 


Framingham, , 


x\/« 

1 




. f2,535 41 


Clarksburg, 






- 


Franklin, . 


1 

1 




235 61 


Clinton, . 






163 16 


Freetown, 


» 




. 1,337 68 


Cohasset, . 






2,197 88 


• 








Colrain, . 






87 49 


Gardner, . . 


1 


1 • 


658 18 


Concord, . 






1,978 14 


Gay Head, 






. 


Conway, . 






340 11 


Georgetown, , 






168 41 


Cottage City, 






34 44 


Gill, 


1 




104 18 


CnmmingtoD, 






42 00 


Gloucester, 
Goshen, . 


1 

« 

> 




2,103 16 
27 61 


DaltOD, . 






1,437 23 


Gosnold, . 


• 




_ 


Dana, 






149 73 


Grafton, . 


1 




573 31 


DanTers, . 






1,499 40 


Granby, . 


• 




454 41 


Dartmouth, 






3,204 94 


Granville, 






114 14 


Dedhani, . 






2.104 61 


Great Barringt 


on. 




759 46 


Deerfield, 






566 49 


Greenfield, 


1 




. 1,585 54 


Dennis, . 






1.911 35 


Greenwich, 


1 




110 95 


Dighton, . 






934 99 


Groton, . 


I 




. 1,045 02 


Douglas, . 






139 09 


Groveland, 


1 




268 01 


Dover, 






407 73 






Dracut, . 






205 49 






Dudley, . 






182 80 


Hadley, .. 






855 05 


Dunstable, 






267 67 


Halifax, . 






46 01 


Duxbury, 






857 77 


Hamilton, 






552 80 








Hampden, 






22 73 


East Bridgewater, . 




747 14 


Hancock, . 






356 91 


Eastham, . 




153 02 


Hanover, . 






987 31 


Easthampton, . 


t 9 




465 87 


Hanson, . 






379 58 


Easton, . 






. 2,007 46 


Hard wick, 






672 99 


Edgariown, 






. 503 93 


Harvard, . 






663 55 


Egremont, 






95 08 


Harwich, . 






363 50 


Enfield, . 






736 83 


Hatfield, .. 






. 1,575 35 


Erring, . 






29 13 


Haverhill, 






3300 60 


Essex, 






. 1,639 46 


Hawley, . 






3 30 


Everett, . 






. 1,513 75 


Heath, 
Hingbum, 






33 72 
. 1,712 36 


Fairhaven, 






. 2,136 59 


Hinsdale, 






175 39 


Fall RiTer, 






. 1,013 61 


Holbrook, 






. 2,201 43 


Falmouth, 






. 3,496 14 


Holden, . 






101 88 


Fitchburg, 






. 1,846 49 


Holland, . 






2 18 


Florida, . 






22 05 


Holliston, 






. 1,006 84 


Fozborongh, . 






581 57 


Holyoke, . 






. 2,675 56 



146 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Hopedale, 


. 12,647 67 


Maynard, 






t38 54 


Uopkinton, 


403 67 


Medfield, . 






565 11 


Hubbardston, . 


209 60 


Medf ord, . 






. 3,537 39 


Hadson, . 


666 83 


Med way, . 






206 72 


Hull, 


138 12 


Melrose, . 






587 86 


HuDtiDgtOD, . 


145 16 


Mendon, . 






454 62 


Hyde Park, . 


949 52 


Merrimao, 
Methuen, . 






811 73 
562 98 


Ipswich, . 


471 90 


Middleborougl: 
Middlefield, . 


U 




. 2,245 48 
76 72 


Kingston, 


. 2,184 22 


Middleton, 
Milford, . 






82 94 
482 29 


Lakeville, 


465 91 


Millbury, 






239 26 


Lancaster, 


853 14 


Millis, . 






279 05 


Lanesborough, 


64 78 


Milton, . 






. 4,760 21 


Tiawrence, 


. 2,085 04 


Monroe, . 






- 


o^ee, • • • 


819 70 


Monson, . 






506 01 


Leicester, 


. 1,917 77 


Montague, 






503 56 


Lenox, . 


729 86 


Monterey, 






78 04 


Leominster, 


. 1,121 79 


Montgomery, 






- 


Leverett, . 


49 12 


Mount Washington, 


- 


Lexington, 


670 52 




Leyden, . 


91 22 


Nahant, • . . . 5,250 29 


Lincoln, . 


. 1,205 12 


Nantucket, 




876 96 


Littleton, . 


173 86 


Katick, . 




. 1,548 12 


Longmeadow, . 


. 1,821 76 


Needham, 




496 93 


Lowell, . 


. 4,487 44 


New Ashford, 




_ 


Ludlow, . 


23 13 


New Bedford, . 




. 8,170 87 


Lunenburg, 


224 01 


New Braiutree, 




38 55 


Lynn, 


. 8,706 82 


New Marlborough, 




118 46 


Lynnfield, 


224 51 


New Salem, . 




110 34 






Newbury, 






. 1,733 92 


Maiden, . 


. 3,882 22 


Newburyport, 






. 3,042 44 


Manchester, . 


. 2.782 77 


Newton, . 






. 18,213 35 


Mansfield, 


346 49 


Norfolk, . 






105 30 


Marblehead, . 


. 1,465 77 


North Adams, , 






187 73 


Marion, . 


703 99 


North Andover, 




. 3,401 70 


Marlborough, . 


538 85 


North Attleborongh 


» • 


603 03 


Marshfield, 


457 83 


North BrooKfield, . 




165 55 


Mashpee, . 


. 


North Reading, 




85 93 


Mattapoisett, . 


498 26 


Northampton, . 


I 




1,941 06 



1 



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NorthhoTough^ 


. td05 20 


Rowe, . 


1 


• 


$57 55 


.Northbrldge, . 


253 42 


Rowley, . 


) ■ 1 


442 08 


Northfield, 


238 62 


Rojalston, 


■ « 


, 1,150 43 


Norton, . 


791 81 

• 


Russell, . 


1 ■ 1 


10 51 


Norwell, . 


. 1,215 21 


Rutland, . 


1 • « 


23 63 


Norwood, 


861 14 


Salem, .... 8,100 68 


Oakham, . 


9 50 


Salisbury, 






381 15 


Orange, . 


807 56 


Sandisfield, . 






36 48 


Orleans, . 


. 1,259 90 


Sandwich, 






485 86 


Otis, ... 


25 48 


Saugus, . 






668 65 


Oxford, . 


236 26 


Savoy, 
Scitnate, . 






46 46 
271 66 


Pklmer, • 


229 11 


Seekonk, . 






99 31 


Paxton, • 


22 39 


Sharon, . 






325 14 


Peabody, . 


. 4,361 54 


Sheffield, . 






117 60 


Pelham, . 


11 43 


Shelburne, 






343 53 


Pembroke, 


103 66 


Sherbom, 






375 44 


Pepperell, 


. 896 49 


Shirley, . 






190 47 


Peru, 


14 40 


Shrewsbury, . 






383 96 


Petersham, 


. 368 15 


Shutesbury, . 






25 60 


Phillipston, 


120 52 


Somerset, 






934 99 


Plttsfield, 


. 2,024 23 


Somerville, 






3,591 03 


Phinfield, 


48 81 


South Hadley, . 


• 




2,851 88 


Pljmoath, 


. 1,890 38 


Southampton, . 






244 35 


P]jmpton, 


98 09 


Southborough, 






427 11 


Prescott, . 


59 16 


South bridge, . 






240 83 


Princeton, 


. 268 28 


Southwick, 






308 27 


Pn>vinoetown, . 


. 523 98 


Spencer, . 
Springfield, , 






1,827 21 
6,208 12 


Qoinqr, . 


. 1,526 83 


Sterling, , 
Stockbridge, . 






456 65 
976 52 


Randolph, 


. 2,631 41 


Stoneham, 






548 66 


Bajnbam, 


. 2,186 76 


Stoughton, 






692 12 


Reading, . 


. 617 72 


Stow, 






147 31 


Reboboth, 


68 64 


Stnrbridge, 






274 46 


Rerere, • 


57 51 


Sudbury, . 






897 79 


Richoiood, 


187 08 


Sunderland, , 






145 46 


Rochester, 


183 14 


Sutton, . 






255 10 


Rockland, 


296 22 


Swampscott, 






. 1,863 91 


Rockport, 


. 1,109 54 


Swanzey, . 






577 20 



148 



TAX (X)MMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



TauDton, ... 


. .td,041 46 


West Bridgcwat^r, . 


. $456 88 


TeropletOD> . . . 


. 1,815 84 


West Brool(field, . 


256 70 


Tewksbury, . 


878 88 


West Newbury, 


. 1,088 34 


Tisbury, . 


284 20 


West Springfield, . 


. 2,105 49 


Tolland, . 


. 


West Stockbridge, . 


401 92 


Topsfield, 


284 41 


West Tisb^ry, 


284 84 


TownseDd, 


582 89 


Westborough, . 


684 87 


Truro, 


243 42 


Westfield, 

1 « 


667 97 


Tyngsborough, 


102 49 


Westford, 


662 98 


Tyringham, . 


164 18 


VVestbampton, 


851 00 






Westminster, . 


464 12 


Upton, . 


225 06 


Weston, . 


. 2,466 28 


Uxbridge, 


868 80 


Westport, 


. 1,828 81 






Weymouth, 


. 1,868 96 


Wakefield, 


993 78 


Whately,. 


. 1,015 97 


Wales, . . . , 


16 08 


Whitman, 


481 78 


Walpole, . 


455 10 


Wilbraham. . 


828 58 


Waltham, 


, 1,888 20 


Williamsburg, 


906 11 


Ware, . . . . 


488 68 


Williamstown, 


635 05 


Wareham, 


448 29 


Wilmington, . 


- 


Warren, . . . , 


826 94 


Winchendon, . 


594 49 


Warwick, 


179 81 


Winchester, . 


942 48 


Washington, . 


- 


Windsor,. 


7 30 


Watertown, . 


870 12 


Winthrop, 


517 75 


Wayland, 


781 80 


Woburn, . . . . 


8,452 09 


Webster, . . . . 


547 70 


Worcester, 


9,482 21 


Wellesley, 


2,602 85 


Worthington, , 


86 47 


Wellfleet, 


502 18 


* 

Wrentham, 


657 11 


Wendell, 


- 






Wenharo, 


268 47 


Yarmouth, 


1,874 38 


West BoylstoD, . • 


181 22 







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BANK OHABOBS. 




Abmgton, 


. tl,159 69 


Fairbay en, 


. (1,036 26 


Ad&ms, . • • < 


. 2,871 65 


Fall River, 


. 22,433 50 


Amesbury, 


2,502 99 


Falmouth, 


140 43 


Amherst, . • . . . 


1368 39 


Fitchburg, • . 


. 12^19 23 


AndoTer, . • . . 


2,163 55 


Framingham, . 


. 2,549 65 


Arlington,. . .. . 


145 39 


Franklin,. 


. 1,521 11 


Ashbumham, • 


133 65 


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Athol, . . . . 


2.665 35 


Gardner, . 


630 07 


Attleborough, • 


903 37 


Georgetown, . 


545 34 


Ayer, . • . . 


562 26 


Gloucester, 


. 4,193 93 


Barnstable, 

Barre, 

Beverly, . • . . 


541 97 
. 863 83 
. 1,747 94 


Grafton, . 

Great Harrington, . 

Greenfield, 


629 44 
. 1,226 12 
. 5,354 11 


Boston, . • . . 

Brockton, 

Brookllne, 


587,818 71 

3.819 70 

340 14 


Harwich, . 
Haverhill, 
Hingham, 


. 3,988 21 
. 10,938 50 
. 1,059 02 


Cambridge, 

Canton, . - • • 

Chelsea, . • • . 

Cbioopee, 


. 7,372 24 

2,690 04 

. 3,163 30 

. 2,086 80 


Holliston, 
Holyoke, . 

t 

Uopkinton, 
Hudson, . 


.' 675 68 

. 13.361 00 

. 1,286 48 

503 89 


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• 

Concord, . 


. 1,660 82 
937 52 


Ipswich, .. .. ., 


476 61 


Conwaj, . - . . 


1,119 69 


Lawrence, 


.. 37,935 93 


Danvers, . 


. 1,080 63 


Lee, . 


. 8,896 11 


Dedham, • • 


. 2,985 66 


Leicester, 


. 1,242 41 






Lenox, . 


348 89 


Easthampton^ . 


. 2,313 96 


Leominster, 


. 1,289 66 


£a*iton, . 


. 376 27 


Lowell, . 


. 16.639 64 


Edgartown, 


. 384 01 


Lynn, 


. 12,192 85 



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Marblehead, 
Marlborough, 
Melrose, . 
Merrimac, 
Methuen, . 
Middleborough 
Milford, . 
Millbury, 
Milton, . 
Monson, . 
Montague, 

Nantucket, 
Natick, . 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 
Newton, . 
North Adams, 
North Attleborough 
Northampton, 
Northborough, 
Northbridge, 

Orange, . 
Oxford, . 

Palmer, . 
Peabody, . 
Fittsfield, 
Plymouth, 
Provincetown, 

Quincy, . 
Beading, . 



f 1,601 77 


Rockland, 


1,916 66 


Bockport, 


2,020 26 




726 84 


Salem, 


1,808 70 


Shelbume, 


988 69 


Somenille, 


109 60 


Southbridge, 


6,079 66 


Spencer, , 


2,464 97 


Springfield, 


1,084 67 


Stoc'kbridge, 


1,627 62 


Stoneham, 


2,104 19 






Taunton, . 


284 40 


Town send, 


889 91 




41,812 04 


Uxbridge, 


6,707 96 




1,296 64 


Wakefield, 


6,400 88 


Waltham, 


820 61 


Ware, 


14,960 64 


Wareham, 


788 61 


Watertown, 


180 46 


Webster, . 


1.216 74 


Westborough, 
Westfield, 


1,064 16 


Westminster, 


1,300 92 
4,087 07 
9,766 00 
6,408 47 
2,181 86 


Weymouth, 

Whitman, 

Williamstown, 

Winchendon, 

Woburn, . 

Worcester, 


8,191 62 


Wrentham, 


199 48 


Yarmouth, 



t888 01 
727 04 

21381 69 

1,112 68 

889 32 

2,247 10 

1,016 67 

84,764 48 

2,080 76 

260 96 

18,641 66 
862 04 

691 26 

1,061 42 

1,276 46 

8,873 18 

626 02 

796 96 

888 96 

690 66 

4,166 42 

652 18 

6,610 66 

881 98 

360 70 

2,022 98 

1,244 49 

27,068 41 

426 87 

2,180 97 



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TABLE P. 



Statement of Ships and Vessels engaged in the Foreign Carrying Trade^ 
May 2 J 189-4 ^ as returned to the Tax Commissioner^ showing the Valua- 
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Cities and Towns under the Provisions of Sections 8^ 9 and 10 of 
Chapter 11 oftlie Public Statutes. 



CITY OB TOWV. 


• Yalnation. 


Income. 


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Amoont 

Benindf^ to 

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Barnstable, . • . . 


16,600 00 


(802 00 


15,798 00 


$63 67 


BcwtoD, . 






230,995 00 


3,500 04 


227,494 96 


2,801 93 


Brewster, 






2,600 00 


- 


2,500 00 


32 35 


Chatham, 






8,833 00 


800 00 


3,033 00 


51 38 


Dennis, . 






39,752 00 


2,964 00 


36,788 00 


394 03 


Everett, . 






8,750 00 


475 00 


8,275 00 


127 59 


Harwich, 






11,900 00 


- 


11,900 00 


164 77 


Maiden, . 






6,800 00 


- 


6,800 00 


106 73 


New Bedford, 






110,721 00 


6,455 00 


104,266 00 


1,623 26 


Kewbaryport, 






107.217 00 


114 82 


107,102 18 


1,663 45 


Newton, . 






76,408 00 


1,851 27 


74,666 73 


1,086 39 


Plymoath, 






2,750 00 


- 


2,750 00 


46 27 


Provincetown, 






82,677 70 


858 92 


31,718 78 


606 09 


Somerset, 






18,000 00 




18,000 00 


256 51 


TaoDton, • 






11,820 00 


1,016 50 


10,803 50 


190 02 


Tislmry, . 






2.684 00 


- 


2,584 00 


30 92 


Warebam, 






52,200 00 


1,305 00 


50,895 00 


718 93 


Watertown, . 


• 




9,700 00 


- 


9,700 00 


145 32 


Wellesleyt 


• 




62,000 00 


- 


52,000 00 


567 49 


Wellfleet, 


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33,434 00 


3,644 00 


29,790 00 


227 25 


West Newbury, 


• 




5,849 00 


346 00 


5,603 00 


62 91 








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t23,632 55 


(802,258 15 


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TABLE H. 

Statement of the Valuation of each City and Toum^ and the Total Valuatio^i 
of the Statey <w derived from the Table of Aggregates returned to the 
Secretary of the Commonwealth^ with the Amount oj Debt of ea/t^ City 
and Toum returned to the Tax Commissioner^ both for the date of May ly 
1894 J with the Percentage of Debt on »mc^ Valuation j a Statement of 
Sinking Funds^ where they exists what action^ if any^ ha^ been taken 
under Chapter 133 of the Acts of 1882^ so far as returns have been 
made to the Tax Commissioner. 



City or Towh. 



yaliMtion. 



IndebtedneM. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Funds. 



Action onder Act of 1882. 



Abington. 

Acton, . 
Acushnet, 
Adams, . 
Agawam, 
Alford, . 

Amesbury, 

Amherst, 

Andover, 

Arlington, 

Ashburnhara, 
Ashby, . 
Ashfield, 
Ashland, 
Athol, . 
Attleborough, 
Auburn, . 

Avon, . 

Ayer, . 
Barnstable, 
Barre, • 
Becket, . 

Bedford, 



92,314,658 

1,483,425 

619,280 

8,718,589 

1,292,855 

185,149 

4,925,884 



3,122,531 

4,468,750 

7,552,924 

1,074,929 

491,187 

489,191 

1,194,292 

8,695,240 

4,468,751 

548,593 

782,261 

1,354,910 

3,671,885 

1,439,751 

416,050 

992,857 



1166,000 
2.800 

146,800 
36,199 

150,646 

116,650 

211,500 

312,016 

24,773 

402 

5.200 

16,700 

98.700 

811,930 

4,844 



.071 
.001 

.039 
.028 

.030 

.037 

.047 
.041 
.023 

.010 
.013 
.025 
.069 
.008 



66,000 I .088 
78,648 .058 



7,023 .004 



23,000 .023 



f 44,960 j 



-{ 



2,648 
14,863 



71,268 



- ! 

3,282 \ 

\ \ 

2,412 1 



Raised f6,000 current 

year. 
No action taken. 

No action taken. 



Applied $5,600 for cur- 
rent year. 

A sum appropriated 
each year to meet 
notes. 

Applied 19,793.37 for 

current year. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 



No action taken. 

Voted to raise and ap- 
propriate $1,500. 

Raised f 1,400 for cur- 
rent year. 

Voted to raise and 
apply $7,280. 

Bank and corporation 
tax and unexpended 
balance. 



1895.] 



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197 



Statement of Valiuition — Continued. 



CiTT 0« Town. 



Yaloatioii. 



IndebtedneM. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Funds. 



Action under Act of 1882. 



Belcbertown, 
Bellingham, 

Belmont, 

Berkley, 
Berlin, • 

Bemardston, 

Beverly, 

Billeriea, 

Blackstone, 

Blandford, 

Bolton, . 

Boston, . 

Bourne, . 

Box borough, 

Boxford, 

Boylston, 

Bradford, 

Braintree, 

Brewster, 

Bridgewater, 

Brim field, 

Brockton, 

Brook field, 

Brookline, 

Buckland, 

Burlington, 

Cambridge, 

Canton, . 

Carlisle, 

Carver, . 

Cbarlcmont, 
Charlton, 

Chatham, 

Chelmsford, 
Chelsea, . 

Cheshire, 

Chester, . 

Chesterfield, 

Chicopee, 
Chilmark, 
Clarksburg, 
Oioton, . 

Cohasset, 



$826,190 
686,495 

3,638,716 

388,308 
486,801 

368,994 

13,824,387 

1,792,869 

2,620,290 

430,380 

473,110 

928,109,042 

1,667,475 

236,619 

643,430 

516,787 

2,476,991 

4,177,425 

666,406 

2,283,730 

406,600 

21,468,981 

1,346,052 

67,191,160 

527.161 

616,669 

77,535,620 

3386384 

346,640 

773,214 

347,533 
919,120 

823,422 

1,955,085 
22,165,064 

701,890 

642,605 

287,626 

7,943,420 
215,179 
223364 

6,927,124 

4,169,210 



•1,722 


.002 


88,500 


.024 


1,000 


.002 


815,600 

10,600 

17,200 

4,000 


.058 
.005 
.006 
.009 


54,418,535 
1,000 


.058 


2,900 

4,000 

91,700 

340,900 

1,776 


.004 
.007 
.037 
.081 
.003 


1,664,800 
19,623 


.077 
.014 


2,165,685 


.037 


8,800 

f,180 

4,077,500 


.016 
.013 

.062 


145,000 


.037 


1,750 


.005 


1,000 


.001 


6,600 


.018 


37,250 


.045 


1,158,200 


.052 


12,133 


.017 


2,750 


.009 


437,625 


.065 


5,000 
379,000 


.022 
.054 


64,500 


.016 



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•180,542 



20,908,860 



24,500 



151,000 
429,123 \ 

1,319,682 

- i 

23,626 

- ! 

- i 

2,200 
49,704 

- 5 



Voted to raise f 625. 
Proportional annual 
payments. 



Voted to pay only the 
interest. 

No action taken. 
Raise $2,000 annually. 



Voted to raise f 500. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 



About $11,000. 
Voted to raise $6,000. 
Applied $62,600 for 

current year. 
Voted to pay when due. 
No action taken. 

Appropriated $10,000 
for current year. 

No action taken. 

Applied $1,000 for cur- 
rent year 

No action taken. 

Applied $1,000 for cur- 
rent year. 



Voted to raise and ap- 
ply $1,000. . 

Applied $500 for cur- 
rent year. 
Paid $1,000. 

Pays $500 annually. 

Voted to raise $6,400 
annually. 



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TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement oj Valuation — Continued. 



CiTT OS TOWH. 


yaluAtlon. 


iDdebtednMt. 


Per- 
oenUge. 


sinking Fands. 


Action ander Act of U82. 


Col rain, . 


•552,299 


fl,000 


.001 


_ 


^ 


Concord, 


8.793,732 


135,900 


.086 


f50,458 


- 


Conway, 


694,311 


11,484 


.016 


- i 


Raised $1,000 for cur- 
rent year. 


Cottage City, . 


1,637,800 


28,481 


.018 


^ 


— 


Cummington, 


296,835 


2,000 


.006 


— 


No action taken. 


Dalton, . 


2,303,916 


— 


— 


— 


- 


Dana, 


293,929 


3,600 


.011 


- 


— 


Danyers, 


4,416,810 


273,546 


.061 


68,200 


- 


Dartmouth, . 


2,412,976 


20,000 


.008 


- j 


Voted to assess 15,000 
annually. 


Dedham, 


6,111,060 


21,000 


.003 


- 5 


Applied $8,000 for cur- 
rent year. 


Deerfield, 


1,679,996 


66,400 


.035 


•>. 


No action taken. 


Dennis, . 


1,365,317 


3,300 


.002 


- J 


Applied $500 for cur- 
rent year. 


Dighton, 


769,754 


8,000 


.003 


- 1 


Annual payment of 
$800. 


Douglas, 


1,038,000 


9,000 


.008 


— 


No action taken. 


Doyer, . 


833,933 


— 


- 


— 


- 


Dracut, . 


• 1,730,229 


20,000 


.011 


— 


No action taken. 


Dudley, . 


1,046,010 


7,000 


.006 


- \ 


Raised and applied 
$2,000 current y^ar. 


Dunstable, 


283,478 


— 


- 


^ 


— 


Duxbury, 


1,445,397 


48,000 


.088 


- 


Pays $3,000 annually. 


K. Bridgewater, 


1,461,092 


2,000 


.001 


— 


Pays $5(X) annually. 


Kastham, 


267,251 


1,000 


.003 


- 


No action taken. 


Easthnmpton, 


2,471,299 


67,000 


.027 


•- 1 


$3,600 to be paid this 
year. 


Easton, . 


4,656,069 


- 




' 


w 


Edgartown, . 


705,158 


3,145 


.004 


— 


- 


Egremont, 


436,664 


1,714 


.003 


— 


No action taken. 


Enfield, . 


607,260 


2,000 


.003 


— 


No action taken. 


Erying, . 


381,901 


4,000 


.010 


- j 


Applied $600 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applied $3,000 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applied $8300 for cur- 
rent year. 

Apply $2,000 annually. 


Essex, . 


878,134 


31,163 


.036 


- \ 


Eyerett, . 


12,509,700 


473,700 


.037 


85,064 1 


Fairhayen, 


1,793,910 


3,000 


.001 


— 


Fall River, . 


63,638,563 


4,873,282 


.076 


1,673,694 


- 


Falmouth, 


5,661,887 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Fitchburg, 


18,463,116 


1,467,500 


.078 


147,284 


- 


Florida, 


167,241 


1,700 


.010 


— 


No action taken. 


Foxborough, . 


1,611,770 


9,000 


.006 


— 


No action taken. 


Framingham,. 


8,124,391 


251,000 


.030 


40,000 


- 


Franklin, 


2,760,752 


21,632 


.007 


: i 


Voted to pay 10 per 
cent, annually. 


Freetown, 


812,537 


7,913 


.009 




Raises $460 annually. 


Gardner, 


4,746,001 


103,966 


.021 


- 


— 


Gay Head, 


23,894 


1,002 


.041 


- 


No action taken. 


Georgetown, . 


992,620 


11,500 


.011 


^ 


^ 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16, 



199 



Statement of Vaittation — Continaed. 



CiTT OS Tows. 



Taloatloii. 



GUI, 

Gloucester, 

Goshen, • 
Gosnold, 
Grafton, . 

Granby, . 

Granville, 

Great Barring 
ton, 

Greenfield, 
Greenwich, 
Groton, . 

GroTeland, 

Hadley, . 

Halifax, . 

Hamilton, 

Hampden, 

Hancock, 

Hanover, 

Hanson, . 

Hard wick. 

Harvard, 

Harwich, 

Hatfield, 

Haverhill, 

Hawley, . 

Heath, . 

Hingbam, 

HinSdale, 

Holbrook, 

Holden, . 

Holland, 

HoUiston, 

Holyoke, 

Hopedale, 

Hopkinton, 
Habbardston, 

Hadson, . 

Hull, . 

Huntington, 

Hyde Park, 



•462,656 

16,621,178 

187,622 

222,747 

2,362,760 

426,209 

341,992 

3,811,490 

6,086,162 

257,616 

2,782,663 

946,299 

966,455 

267,038 
1,108,102 

410,571 

328,880 
1,180,726 

620390 
1,466,120 

898,956 
1,073.790 

9.S8,445 
20,436,306 

148,078 

187,663 
3,953,887 

692,236 
1,124,141 

1,202,904 

90,597 

1,622,147 

26.754,765 

1,704,672 

2,116,069 
661,366 

2333,377 

2,881,306 

607,910 

8,631,630 



IndebtednMt. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Funds. 



Action under Act of 188S. 



16,300 

303,960 
1,000 

79,000 
2,000 
9,000 

80,430 
47,200 

9,000 

23,850 
68,123 



19,500 
30,600 



1,396,300 
1,800 

58,600 
36,500 
26,492 

25,666 

150 

20,000 

1,491,500 

4,862 

224,200 
9,600 

180.200 

57,500 

16,177 

88,600 



.011 

.019 
.007 

.033 
.004 
.002 

.009 
.009 

.003 

.026 
.070 



.016 
.020 



.068 
.012 

.014 
.052 
.023 

.021 

.001 
.012 
.055 

.002 

.105 
.014 

.045 

.019 

•031 

.004 



•119,083 
40 



- s 



7,900 



191,075 



19,619 

- \ 

426,219 
145,171 



- ! 



2,500 



Applied •SOO for cur- 
rent year. 

Raised ^3,600 for cur- 
rent year. 



Pays •1,500 annually. 

Applied 1250 for cur- 
rent jear. 

No action taken. 

Applies all sums in 
excess of appropria- 
tions. 

Applies |7,000 annu- 
ally. 

Applied •3,000 for 
cun*ent year. 

Applies •l.OOO an- 
nually. 

Voted to pay f 2,000. 



No action taken. 



No action taken. 



Applied 12,000 for 
current year. 

Pays 13,000 annually. 

Raises • 2.000 an- 
nually. 



Applied •7,000 for 
current year. 

Voted to raise and 

apply ^1,000. 
Applied 16,500 for 

current year. 



200 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement of Valuation — Continued. 



CiTT OB TOWK. 



Valnatioii. 



Indebtedness. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Fands. 



Action under Aet of 1881. 



Ipswich,. 

Kingston, 
Lake vi lie, 

Lancaster, 

Lanesborough, 

Lawrence, 

Lee, 

I^icester, 

Lenox, . 
Leominster, 
Leverett, 
Lexington, 
Ley den, . 
Lincoln, . 
Littleton, 
Longmeadow, 

Lowell, . 



Ludlow, . 
Lunenburg, 
Lynn, 
Lynnfield, 

Maiden, . 

Manchester, 

Mansfield, 

Marblehead, 

Marion, . 

Marlborough, 

Marshfield, 

Mashpee, 

Mattapoisett, 

Maynard, 

Meafield, 

Medford, 

Medway, 

Melrose, 

Mendon, 

Merrimac, 

Methuen, 

Middleboro', 



•2,797,780 

1,481,690 
500,588 

3,014,371 

511,304 

33,436,593 

1,776,510 

2,069,066 

3,031,094 
5,371,514 

283,164 
4,014,055 

162,220 
2,243,091 

856,889 
1,122,560 

69,084,241 

1,047,147 

764,133 

49,459,971 

608.754 

22,124,976 

6,695,679 

1,788,274 

5,468,130 

778,340 
8,310,714 
1,234,830 

187,970 
1,453,710 
2,116,348 
1,289,674 

15,289,350 

1,246.896 

9,924,873 
537,175 
1,311,224 
3,472,226 
3,833,346 



•16,940 


.006 


34,000 


.023 


1,350 


.002 


43.000 


.014 


5,864 

1,978,000 

10.000 


.011 
.059 
.005 


19,692 


.009 


36,000 
279,274 


.011 
.051 


45,700 
2,767 

30,000 
9,867 


.011 
.017 
.018 
.011 


3,440,400 


.049 


5,000 

3,660,900 

4,700 


.006 
.074 

.007 


1,105,964 


.049 


138,000 


.020 


40,000 


.022 


294,000 


.053 


757,456 

55,000 

2,000 


.091 
.044 
.010 


132,000 
4,260 


.062 
.003 


430,591 


.028 


10,032 


.008 


428,800 


.043 


25,337 

82,205 

173,465 


.019 
.023 
.046 



-{ 

- 1 



•364.088 



: \ 

1,000 

8,830 

612,564^ 

618,677 
54,462 j 

1.414 j 

: \ 

104,567 
8,920 

4,000 
68.260 

11,635 
17,760 



•500 to be raised and 
applied the current 
year. 

Raised •3.500 for cur- 
rent year. 

No action taken. 

Voted to raise ^3,000 
and interest for cur- 
rent year. 



No action taken. 
•4,000 to be applied 
for current year. 



Pays 12,600 annually. 
No action taken. 



Raised and applied 
•161,590 for cur- 
rent year. 

No action taken. 

Pays f 1,000 annually. 

Applied 1^5,400 for 
current year. 

No action taken. 

Raised ^700 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applies fli*^^ ^^• 
nually. 



No action taken. 



Pays •IdO annually. 
Applied 15,353.40 for 

current year. 
Applied |l,900 for 

current year. 



1895.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 



201 



Statement of Valuation — Continued. 



CiTT OB TOWV. 



Valuation. 



Middlefield, 
Middleton, 
Milford, . 
Millbury, 

Mil I is, . 

Milton, . 
Monroe, . 
MoDson, 
Montague, 
Monterey, 
Montgomery, 
MtWashingto 
Nahant, . 
Nantucket, 
Natick, . 
Needham, 
New Ashford, 

New Bedford, 

New Braintree, 
New Marlboro', 
New Salem, . 
Newbury, 
Newbury port, 
Newton,. 
Norfolk, 
North Adams, 
N. Andover, . 

N. AUleboro\ 

N. Brookfield, 

N. Reading, . 
Northampton, 
Northborough, 

Northbridge, 

Nonhfield, 
Norton, . 
Norwell, 
Norwood, 
Oakham, 

Orange, . 

Orleans, . 
Otis, . 
Oxford, . 
Palmer, . 
Paxton, . 

Peabody, 



1209,165 

636,374 

6,277,778 

2,299,557 

852,325 

18,746,610 

142,758 

1,739,373 

3,547,262 

224,906 

142,185 

81,291 

4,792,353 

3,006,229 

5,482,150 

2,763,196 

68,695 

51,434,925 

437,375 

546,717 

293,470 

965,010 

9,739,177 

44,000,185 

515,271 

7,204,905 

2^40,171 

3,826,961 



1,745,340 

582,842 

10,092,479 

1,227,790 

2,694,208 

870,840 
778,616 
885^37 
2,990,270 
337,212 

2,807,160 

551,146 

211,609 

1,248,477 

2,721,478 

283,166 

7,642,100 



Indebtedness. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Funds. 



$3,940 
86,600 
45,000 

12,000 

976 

af,788 

58,820 

5,016 

400 



264,404 

146,750 

265 

1,964,184 

. 2,486 
4,217 
2,500 
7,500 

463,888 
2,734,326 

558,500 
348,727 

139,000 

7,000 

455,160 

60,530 

16,000 

4,100 
1,000 
7,408 
108,000 
1,500 

217,975 

12,*70 

3,000 
20,412 

259,761 



.007 
.016 
.019 

.014 



.006 
.002 
.016 
.022 
.002 



.046 
.062 
.003 

.038 

.005 
.007 
.008 
.007 
.046 
.062 

.077 



.091 

.079 

.013 
.045 
.049 

.006 

.004 
.001 
.008 
.036 
.004 

.077 

.022 

.002 
.007 

.034 



- ! 



•18,920 



40,232 



281,003 j 



29,512 
578,093 



37 



.682 J 



25,338 
17,118 



- ! 



13,284 



- \ 



Action nnder Act of 1882. 



No action taken. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 
Voted to raise $2,000 
for current year. 

No action taken. 
No action taken. 

No action taken. 
No action taken. 



No action taken. 

Applied $71,120 for 
current year. 

No action taken. 



Applied 116,267.60 for 

current year. 
Raised and applied 

$11,000 for current 

year. 



$9,000 to be paid this 

year. 
No action taken. 

Raises $1,000 annually. 

No action taken. 
Proportional annual 

payments. 
No action taken. 

No action taken. 
No action taken. 



24 132 J i APP^i«<^ ♦2,400 
' ( I current year. 



for 



202 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement of Valuation — Continaed. 



CiTT OK Tow. 



Pelham, . 

Pembroke, 

Pepperell, 

Peru, 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, 

Pittsfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plymouth, 

Plympton, 

Prescott« 

Princeton, 



Provincetown, 

Quincy, . 

Randolph, 

Raynham, 

Reading, 

Rehoboth, 

Revere, . 

Richmond, 

Rochester, 

Rockland, 

Rockport, 

Rowe, . 

Rowley, 

Royalston, 

Russell, . 

Rutland, 

Salem, . 

Salisbury, 

Sandisfield, 

Sandwich, 

Saugus, . 

Savoy, . 

Scituate, 

Seekonk, 

Sharon, . 

Sheffield, 

Shelburne, 

Sherborn, 

Shirley, . 

Shrewsbury, 

Shutesbury, 

Somerset, 

Somerville, 



ValDation. 



IndeMedneM. 



Per- 
centage. 



Sinking Fnnde. 



Action ander Aet <tf 1883. 



•173,147 
661,396 
1,939,700 
116,996 
699,772 
807,883 
12,866,386 
160,091 

6,338,926 

306,638 
162,667 
829,909 

2,079,602 

16,817,466 

1,870,660 

777,868 
3,448,208 

729,146 
6,699,430 

340,394 

616,467 

2,963,893 

2,698,272 
186,372 
636,168 
618,946 
612,825 
618,863 
28,316,700 
606,836 
347,664 
898,260 

2,947,766 
161,800 

2,038,886 
903,660 

1,672.643 
866,299 
902,841 
838,264 
718,868 

1,003,102 

166,786 

1,019,133 

44,088,900 



•3,000 


.017 


3,194 


.004 


25,000 


.012 


8,000 


.009 


682,000 


.053 


481 


.003 


234,977 


.037 


5,000 


.006 


108,800 


.049 


1,084,630 


.064 


196,076 


.104 


172,212 


.049 


166,260 


.023 


600 


.001 


800 


.001 


147,600 


.049 


100,000 


.038 


300 


.001 


16,380 


.025 


6,600 


.010 


17,900 


.034 


1,092,600 


.038 


3,320 


.006 


1,802 


.006 


11,617 


.012 


170,420 


.067 


600 


.003 


63,600 


.031 


2,000 


.002 


17,678 


.011 


1,600 


.001 


7,000 


.007 


4,668 


.006 


14,063 


.014 


33 


— 


21,800 


.020 


1,269,600 


.028 



•167,652 



: \ 
- \ 

27,408 j 



106,049 



44,200 



- 1 

1,000 

- 1 



No action taken. 
No action taken. 
Pays 13,000 annually. 

No action taken. 

No action taken. 
Applied 118,920 for 
current year. 



No action taken. 
Applied ^8,600 and 

interest for current 

year 
Applied 926,000 tor 

current year. 
Applied •3,576 for 

current year. 



No action taken. 
Applied 97,500 for cur- 
rent year. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 

No action taken. 



No action taken. 



No action taken. 
Raises • 1 ,000 annually. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 
No action taken. 



No action taken. 

Voted to raise 9400 
annually. 

Applied 1100,000 for 
current year. 



1805.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 



203 



Statement of Valuation — Continued. 



CITT OK Town. 


ValQAtlon. 


IndebtediMM. 


Per- 


sinking Fandi. 


Action ander Aet of 188S. 


South Hadley 


, 11,987,240 


•68,680 


.031 






Southampton, 


489,919 


- 


— 


- 


- 


Southborougfa 


I, . 1,409,616 


7,600 


.005 


5 Applies 12,000 annu- 
} ally. 


South bridge, 


. ' 3,621,452 


88,620 


.026 


$60,796 


V 


South wick. 


. i 609,676 


6,842 


.010 


760 


— 


Spencer, 


. 8,833,566 


423,071 


.110 


140,884 j 


Applied 16,000 for cur- 
rent year. 


Springfield, 


. 66,449,425 


1,913,000 


.033 


99,466 


- 


Sterling, 


843,445 


8,622 


.010 


- 


- 


Stockbridge, 


. I 2,940,495 


11,788 


.004 


— 


— 


Stoneham, 


1 

4,018,167 


96,600 


.028 


- < 


Voted to pay |5,000 
annually. 


Stoughton, 


2,819,262 


50,000 


.017 


- 


— 


Stow, 


668.720 


— 


— 


- 


— 


Sturbridge, 


. 1 938,180 


2,000 


.002 


- 


No action taken. 


Sudbury, 


1,116,646 


8,500 


.007 


— < 


Applied f 2,000 for cur- 
rent year. 


Sunderland, 


412,960 


— 


— 


— 


- 


Sutton, . 


. 1,296,678 


11,500 


.008 


— 


No action taken. 


Swampscott, 


6,149,200 


71,666 


.013 


< 


Applied $4,500 for cur- 
rent year. 


Swanzey, 


816,129 


10,816 


.018 


- 


No action taken. 


Taunton, 


. 18,987,964 


1,690,947 


.089 


786,917 


- 


Templeton, 
Tewtsburv, 


1,248,460 


32,363 


.026 


— 


— 


1,478,668 


8,400 


.006 


i- 


No action taken. 


Tisbury, 


799,121 


4,346 


.005 


- 5 


Raised $600 for cur- 
rent jear. 


Tolland, 


140,687 


5,542 


.089 


- 


No action taken. 


Topsfield, 


888,065 


6,300 


.007 


— 


No action taken. 


Townsend, 


1,118,966 


13,600 


.012 


- < 


Raised $1,600 for cur- 
rent year. 


Truro, . 


831^43 


2,000 


.006 


— 


No action taken. 


Tyngsboro', . 

• 


382,078 


7,000 


.018 


- < 


Applied $1,306 for cur- 
rent year. 


Tyringham, . 


208,370 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Upton, . 


969,501 


10,060 


.010 


- < 


Voted to pay $260 for 
current year. 


Uxbridge, 


2.165306 


46,500 


.021 


2,850 


- 


Wakefield, . 


6,817,086 


72,707 


.012 


— 


Pays $4,000 annually. 


Wales, . 


277,435 


— 


— 


- 


- 


Walpole, 


2,069,434 


10,400 


.006 


— 


— 


Waltham, 


18,766,060 


1,344,750 


.071 


281^87 


- 


Ware, . 


4,084,880 


146,300 


.035 


- \ 


Applied $14,400 for 
current year. 


Wareham, 


1,921,329 


19,276 


.010 


- 1 


Applied $2,800 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applied $6,980 for cur- 
rent year. 


Warren, 


2,688,690 


22,176 


.008 


- 1 


Warwick, 


306,970 


— 


- 


— 


— 


WacihingtoD, . 


199,720 


460 


.002 




No action taken. 



204 



TAX COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement of VahuUion — Concladed. 



CtTT OR Town. 



ValiuUon. 



Watertown, 

Wayland, 

Webster, 

Wellesley, 

Wellfleet, 

Wendell, 

Wenham, 



West Boylston, 
W. Bridge water 
W.Brookfield, i 

West Newbury, 

W. Springfield, 

W.Stoekbridge, 
West Tisbury, 
Westborougn, 

Westfield, 

Westford, 

Westhampton 

Westminster, 

Weston, . 

Westport, 
Weymouth, 

Whately, 

Whitman, 
Wilbraham, 
Williamsburg, 
Williamstown, 

Wilmington, . 

Winchendon, . 

Winchester, . 

Windsor, 
Winthrop, 

Wobum, 

Worcester, 
Worthington,. 
Wrentham, . 
Yarmouth, 



•8,216,400 

1,496,120 

3,124,707 

6,547,622 

611,063 

232,100 

673,850 

1,247,060 
968,268 
763,022 

883,582 

3,810,510 

491,384 

380,288 

2,712^98 

7,621,667 

1,146,688 
234,584 
706,323 

2,892,950 

1,464,500 
6,488,432 

411,065 

3,625,594 
744,651 
878,049 

2,566,130 

983,624 

2,262,297 

6,206,125 

193,251 
4,573,560 

9,464,154 

86,397,576 

301,771 

1,447,747 

1,970,777 



Indebtedness. 



Per- 
oentsge. 



Sinking Funds. 



Action under Act of 188S. 



•2,471,521,505 



•138,500 
74,500 

•287,000 
1,000 
8,000 

3,200 
16,000 

11,700 

4,350 

113,800 

206,100 
311,200 

189 
19,000 

527,979 

2,660 

136,000 

10,500 
37,000 

8.750 

24,088 
406,000 

68,500 

450,619 

4.325,000 

2,668 



•120,250,102 



.016 
.049 

.043 
.001 
.034 

.004 
.012 

.015 
.004 
.029 

.075 
.040 



.006 

.081 
.006 
.037 

.011 
.014 

.009 

.010 
.065 

.•014 
.047 
.050 

.001 



•11,663 

39,531 

3,792 
500 



- ! 



47,450 

: 1 
\ \ 

- \ 

15,000 



■{ 



Raised ^500 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applied the interest 
for cun*ent year. 

To be paid in ten 
annual payments. 

Raised ^600 for cur- 
rent year. 

Applied ^6,000 for 
cun*ent year. 



Raised ^30,000 for 
current year. 



Applied •I ,500 for 
current year. 



Voted to pay •1,160 
for current year. 



No action taken. 
Raised and applied 

•750 for current 

year. 
Assessed •2,500 for 

current year. 
Applied • 18,500 for 

current year. 



9,752 

8 125 J ' -^PP^'®<^ ^19,1 16.67 
• ( , for current year. 
1,636,712 



•32,463.184 



1895-] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 205 

Total indebtedness without trust funds, . . . tl^>2^>102 
Trust funds 4,620,424 



Total liability, 1124,770^26 

Total assets, including trust funds, $190,681,196 

From this table it appears that, — 

■ 

71 towns have no indebtedness. 
10^ towns have less than one per cent. 
60 towns have one per cent, and less than two per cent. 
28 tawns have two per cent, and less than three per cent. 
28 towns have three per cent and less than four per cent. 
21 towns have four per cent, and less tlian five per cent. 
16 towns have five per cent, and less than six per cent. 
7 towns have six per cent, and less than seven per cent. 
11 towns have seven per cent, and less that eight per cent. 
4 towns have eight per cent, and less than nine per cent. 
2 towns have nine per cent, and less than ten per cent. 
2 towns have ten per cent, and less than eleven per cent. 
1 town has eleven per cent, and less than twelve per cent. 



206 



TAX CX)MMISSIONER*S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Sinking Funds Reported, 



CITY OR TOWN. 


1891. 


189S. 


1S98. 


1S94. 


Amesbury, 


$18,000 


•26,806 


$35,952 


144,960 


Andover, . 






1,200 


1,776 


2,107 


2,648 


Arlington, 






32,536 


32,536 


5,070 


14,863 


Attleborough, , 






40,545 


47,591 


62,961 


71,268 


Ayer, 






1,661 


2,000 


2,500 


3,282 


Bedford, . 






— 


3,141 


1,923 


2,412 


Beverly, . 






805,475 


340,693 


377,169 


180,642 


Blackstone, 






65,520 


63,930 


— 


— 


Boston, 






24,619,341 


25,569,706 


25,999,268 


20,908,860 


Braintree, . 






6,120 


8,551 


19,500 


24,500 


Brockton, . 






84,024 


115,160 


131,116 


151,<>00 


Brookline, 






314,909 


391,000 


375,134 


429,123 


Cambridge, 






1,316,660 


1,466,146 


1,374,299 


1,319,682 


Chelsea, . 






642,800 


6,060 


— 


23,626 


Chicopee, . 






— 


2,064 


2,064 


2,200 


Clinton, . 






28,000 


35,380 


42,844 


49,704 


Concord, . 






29.317 


36,124 


43,373 


50,458 


Danvers, . 






42,969 


47,964 


53,000 


58,200 


Everett, . 






52,737 


59,498 


23,112 


35,064 


Fall River, 






1,434,116 


1,683,679 


1,534,367 


1,673,694 


Fitchburff, 
Framingham, , 






400,055 


241,452 


308,742 


147,284 






20.085 


23,687 


37,000 


40,000 


Gloucester, 






45,663 


64,971 


88,808 


119,083 


Goshen, . 






218 


426 


40 ' 


40 


Hardwick, 






4,162 


6,000 


7,600 


7,900 


Haverhill, 






76,922 


105,641 


142,162 


191,076 


Hoi brook, . 






10,245 


13,000 


16,078 


19,619 


Ilolyoke, . 






267,471 


317,687 


370,694 


426,219 


Hopkinton, 
Hull, 






109,040 


120,400 


131,661 


145,171 






26,474 


26,474 


26,474 


2,600 


Hyde Park, 






133,277 


141,822 


160,882 


- 


Lawrence, 






366,099 


431,267 


491,068 


364,088 


Leominster, 






^ 




. 


1,000 


Lincoln, . 






8,180 


8,012 


8,347 


8,830 


Lowell, 






733,231 


884,149 


883,784 


612,564 


Lvnn, 
Maiden, . 






492,115 


467,179 


608,201 


618,677 






37,174 


65,063 


81,327 


54,462 


Mansfield, 






— 


. 


700 


1,414 


Marlborough, , 






44,658 


61,916 


99,874 


104,657 


Marshiield, 






200 


6,700 


5,678 


8,920 


Maynard, . 






— 


— 


2,000 


4,000 


Medford, . 






16,765 


25,414 


39,440 


58,260 


Melrose, . 






48,992 


12,761 


4,331 


11,635 


Merrimac, 






11,112 


13,367 


22,450 


17,766 


Montague, 






12,000 


13,276 


16,767 


18,920 


Natick, 






30,819 


21,363 


27,496 


40,232 



1«95.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 16. 



207 



Sinking Funds Seported — Conolnded. 



CITY OB TOWN. 


IMl. 


189a. 


laas. 


ISM. 


New Bedford, . 


tll3,316 


•202,262 


•273,014 


•281,003 


Xewbaryport, . 




19355 


31^65 


28,310 


29,612 


Newton, . 




362,866 


432,622 


480,132 


578,093 


North Attleboroagh, 




- 


- 


33,436 


37,682 


Northampton, . 




195,063 


— 


12,500 


26,338 


Northborough, . 




18,560 


21,334 


24,658 


17,118 


Norwood, . 




8,407 


6,680 


10,063 


13,284 


Peabody, . 

Pittsfiefd, . 




71,011 


82,418 


21.087 


24,132 




123,902 


137,873 


152,464 


167,662 


Randolph, 




14,523 


18,668 


23,000 


27,408 


Salem, 




268,533 


210,815 


104,566 


105,049 


Saiigas, . 




33,800 


36,920 


39,000 


44,200 


Somerset, . 




— 


- 


15,000 


1,000 


South Hadley, . 




12,889 


13,441 


3,708 


- 


Southbridge, . 




28,500 


41,038 


44,437 


50,796 


Southwick, 




3,179 


280 


1,042 


760 


Spencer, . 




39,906 


94.957 


105,737 


140,884 


Springfield, 




22,646 


22,735 


61,626 


99,466 


Taanton, . 




574,738 


628,276 


719,662 


786.917 


Uxbridge, . 




27,000 


27,000 


27,000 


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PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 19. 



^ommontocalt^ of ^assac^nsttts. 



AGGREGATES 



OF 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, ETC., 



A8 



Assessed May 1, 1894. 



Compiled 

By WILLIAM M. OLIN, 

Secretabt of tqb Commonwealth. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1895. 



C0mm0nfomIt]^ of Plassarl^usdts. 



Office op the Secretary, 

Boston, Nov. 21, 1894. 
To the Honorable Senate 

and the House of Represenlaiives. 

The Thirty-fourth Annual Abstract of Polls, Property, Taxes, 
etc., as assessed May 1, 1894, is herewith submitted, in accordance 
with the provisions of section 57, chapter 11, Public Statutes. 

The resoilts of a comparison of the returns of 1894 with those of 
1893 are sHiown in the ** Comparative Statement," on pages 4, 5 and 
6, and in "the ** Increase or Decrease," etc., in tabular form on pages 
8 ti> 11 inclusive. 

The "Aggregates," etc., '« during thirty-four years, 1861-1894," 
are printed on pages 60 to 63 inclusive. The reprinting of this 
table in every report is of doubtful expediency, and it seems ad- 
visable to present it hereafter only in ten-year periods, correspond- 
ing to the State census decades. 

Very respectfully, 

WILLIAM M. OLIN, 

Secretary of the Commonwealth. 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. [1894. 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. 



[Arranged in the same order as the colomna Id the Table of Aggregates.] 

There were 30 cities and 822 towns in the Commonwealth, Ma}' 1, 
1894. 

This does not include the town of East Longmeadow, which was 
incorporated July 1, 1894. See chapter 418, Acts and Resolves 
of 1894. 

Residents Assessed on Property. Individuals : increase 8,367 ; 
22 cities, 174 towns increased ; 8 cities, 141 towns decreased ; 7 
towns unchanged. All Others : increase 3,958 ; 22 cities, 132 towns 
increased ; 7 cities, 112 towns decreased ; 1 city, 78 towns un- 
changed. Total: increase 12,325; 27 cities, 188 towns increased; 
3 cities, 125 towns decreased ; 9 towns unchanged. 

Non-residents Assessed on Property. Individuals : increase 
1,680; 19 cities, 179 towns increased; 11 cities, 122 towns de- 
creased ; 21 towns unchanged. All Others : increase 550 ; 15 cities, 
130 towns increased; 13 cities, 104 towns decreased; 2 cities, 88 
towns unchanged. Total : increase 2,230 ; 24 cities, 190 towns in- 
creased ; 6 cities, 11 1 towns decreased ; 21 towns unchanged. 

Persons Assessed. On Property : increase 15,655 ; 28 cities, 
205 towns increased; 2 cities, 110 towns decreased; 7 towns un- 
changed. For Poll Tax only : decrease 585 ; 18 cities, 181 towns 
increased ; 12 cities, 133 towns decreased ; 8 towns unchanged. 
Total : increase 15,070 ; 22 cities, 209 towns increased ; 8 cities, 
111 towns decreased ; 2 towns unchanged. 

Male Polls: increase 2,531; 20 cities, 190 towns increased; 10 
cities, 122 towns decreased ; 10 towns unchanged. 

Rate of Tax on Male Polls: 30 cities, 322 towns unchanged. 
Lowest rate, viz., *$1.00 assessed, as usual, in city of Chelsea, 



* State tax; connty charges paid by city of Boston. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 5 

towns of Revere and Winthrop, county of Suffolk ; highest rate, 
viz., $2.00 assessed in 29 cities, 319 towns. Kate of $1.50 in the 
town of Gay Head. 

Personal Estate. Excluding Resident Bank Stock : decrease 
$14,287,276; 11 cities, 100 towns increased; 19 cities, 222 towns 
decreased. Resident Bank Stock : decrease $1,721,435; 11 cities, 
30 towns increased ; 15 cities, 48 towns decreased ; 4 cities, 244 
towns unchanged. Total: decrease $16,008,711; 11 cities, 100 
towns increased ; 19 cities, 222 towns decreased. 

Real Estate. Buildings: increase $36,156,668; 29 cities, 251 
towns increased ; 1 city, 67 towns decreased ; 4 towns unchanged. 
Land : increase $23,034,519 ; 29 cities, 172 towns increased ; 1 city, 
147 towns decreased ; 3 towns unchanged. Total increase $59,- 
191,187 ; 30 cities, 234 towns increased ; 88 towns decreased. 

Total Valuation : increase $43,182,476 ; 28 cities, 184 towns in- 
creased ; 2 cities, 138 towns decreased. 

Tax. On Personal Estate: decrease $322,703; 10 cities, 112 
towns increased ; 20 cities, 210 towns decreased. On Real Estate : 
increase $834,970; 22 cities, 166 towns increased; 8 cities, 156 
towns decreased. On Polls : increase $4,646 ; 20 cities, 190 
towns increased; 10 cities, 122 towns decreased; 10 towns un- 
changed. Total : increase $516,913 ; 19 cities, 156 towns increased ; 
11 cities, 166 towns decreased. 

Rate of Tax per $1,000: 10 cities, 116 towns increased; 17 
cities, 158 towns decreased ; 3 cities, 48 towns unchanged. Highest 
rate, viz., $25.00 assessed in town of Savoy, county of Berkshire. 
Lowest rate, viz., $4.60 in town of Gosnold, county of Dukes 
County. Rates from $6.00 to $9.50 assessed in 26 towns ; $10.00 
to $14.80 in 5 cities and 142 towns; $15.00 to $19.70 in 25 cities 
and 132 towns ; $20.00 to $24.00 in 20 towns. 

Horses : increase 2,255 ; 16 cities, 209 towns increased ; 14 cities, 
108 towns decreased ; 5 towns unchanged. 

Cows : decrease 4,329 ; 13 cities, 108 towns increased ; 16 cities, 
210 towns decreased ; 1 city, 4 towns unchanged. 

Sheep: decrease 1,545; 2 cities, 107 towns increased; 6 cities, 
129 towns decreased ; 19 cities, 66 towns no figures ; 3 cities, 20 
towns unchanged. 

Xeat Cattle, etc. : decrease 6,469 ; 8 cities, 77 towns in- 
creased; 11 cities, 225 towns decreased; 8 cities, 13 towns no 
figures ; 3 cities, 7 towns unchanged. 



6 POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. [1894. 

Swine: increase 7,732 ; 14 cities, 221 towns increased ; 7 cities, 
67 towns decreased ; 9 cities, 26 towns no figures ; 8 towns un- 
changed. 

Dwelling Houses: increased 10,474; 29 cities, 220 towns in- 
creased ; 1 city, 70 towns decreased ; 32 towns unchanged. 

Acres of Land: decreased 6,360; 9 cities, 116 towns increased; 

10 cities, 87 towns decreased ; 11 cities, 119 towns unchanged. 
Fowl. Number : decreased 100,541 ; 5 cities, 116 towns increased ; 

11 cities, 112 towns decreased; 14 cities, 94 towns no figures; 14 
cities, 94 towns no figures in 1893. Value : decreased $33,648 ; 6 
cities, 117 towns increased; 9 cities, 111 towns decreased; 14 cities, 
94 towns no figures ; 14 cities, 94 towns no figures in 1893 ; 1 city 
unchanged. 



STATISTICAL TABLES 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



1894. Increase or Decrease 



COUNTIES. 



Barnstable, 
Berkshire, 
Bristol, . 
Dakes, 



Franklin, . 

Hampden, 

Hampshire, 

liiddlesex, 

Nantaeket, 

Norfolk, . 

Plymouth, 

Suffolk, . 

Worcester, 

State,. 



Statk, 



NUMBEB OT 
RKSIDBNTS A88K88BI> 

ON Pbopirtt. 



Indi- 
viduals. 



All 
Others, 



<I86 

810 

432 

d\ 

707 

(f83 

782 

45 

1,756 

449 

1,671 

d655 

1,182 

1,258 



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127 

867 

6 

1,418 

<I12 

8 

(122 

1,102 

dOO 

258 

566 

dbl 

201 



8,867 I 3,058 



9,600 d 184 



Total. 



13 

937 

799 

5 

2,120 

d45 

735 

28 

2,858 

850 

1,029 

11 

1,181 

1,459 



12,825 



9,406 



NUMBBB OF NOK- 
RBSmXBTS A88B89BD 

OK Propbbtt. 



Indi- , All 
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Ndxbbb or Pbrbons 

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90 


41 


dlS 


21 


172 


dl2 


37 


»' 


62 


128 


18 


dl5 


119 


<I25 


17 


d2 


371 


369 


69 


dl7 


382 


(16 


175 


83 


Cf43 


<I23 


216 


8 


1,680 


550 



881 



487 



For Poll 
Tax 
only. 



Total. 




179 
1,072 

984 

73 

2,466 

51 

744 
d 141 
4,926 

898 
2.983 

419 
1,404 
<f 372 



16,070 



1893. Increase or Decrease 



1.368 , 10,675 12,870 



23.045 



1894. Increase or Decrease 



30 Cities, . 





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All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indi- 
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All 

Others. 


Total. 


For Poll 
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only. 


Total. 


Boston, .... 1,233 


(1297 


1,190 


(2 267 


(2 36 


(2 308 


887 


(2 17 


870 


Brockton, . 






278 


72 


350 


(214 


(21 


(2 15 


835 


65 


400 


Cambridge, 






(1520 


610 


90 


(2 87 


106 


60 


169 


(2 360 


(2 201 


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(187 


(128 


(1115 


1 166 


(2 16 


150 


35 


127 


162 


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59 


5 


64 


80 


6 


86 


160 


34 184 


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101 


25 


126 


78 


4 


82 


j 208 


231 


439 


Fall River, 






369 


34 


408 


(13 


(23 


(26 


1 397 


64 


461 


Fltohburg, 






120 


8 


187 


38 


1 


80 


176 


(2 620 


(2 453 


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45 


7 


62 


18 


(21 


17 


69 


842 


411 


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789 


280 


1,060 


7 


«- 


7 


1,076 


(2 40 


1,036 


Holyoke, . 






i 66 


124 


180 


8 


•-0 


8 


183 


80 


222 


Lawrence, 






' (1240 


821 


81 


(2 21 


38 


17 


98 


(2 224 


(2 126 


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■ 184 


5 


189 


(2 14 


88 


24 


163 


173 


386 


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Maiden, . 






160 


260 


410 


(16 


26 


19 


429 


(21,6ri 


(21,243 






170 


13 


183 


62 


(2 22 


40 


228 


870 


603 


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194 


(196 


98 


3 


(22 


1 


99 


13 


112 


liedford, . 






(153 


116 


63 


(137 


68 


31 


94 


243 


337 


New Bedford, . 






(i33 


338 


306 


1 


10 


11 


816 


128 


444 


Newburyport, . 






(192 


224 


132 


(110 


(24 


(2 14 


118 


12 


180 


Newton, . 






112 


7 


119 


41 


12 


68 


172 


44 


21& 


Northampton, . 






148 


d2 


146 


(22 


(24 


(26 


140 


(2123 


17 


Plttefleld, . 






567 


72 


639 


8 


5 


13 


652 


(2164 


408 


Quinoy, . 






391 


(1852 


39 


170 


(2 83 


87 


126 


706 


832 


Salem, 






< (1125 


«- 


d\7b 


1 


7 


8 


(2117 


162 


45 


Bomervllle, 






1,223 


203 


1,426; 


21 


64 


75 


1.501 


574 


S,075 


Springfield, 
Taunton, . 






621 


(i76 


546 


44 


(113 


31 


676 


(2144 


482 






38 


41 


79 


23 


(26 


17 


96 


(2 242 


(2146 


Waltham, 






253 


(2 24 


229 


28 


(22 


21 


250 


(2 481 


<f 231 


Wobum, . 






(154 


47 


dl 


(2 62 


31 


(2 81 


(2 88 


29 


(20 


Worcester, 






476 


10 


486 ' 


44 


3 


47 
673 


688 


(2 941 


(2 408 


30 Cities, 


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■ • 


j 8,342 


1,987 


8,683 


868 


215 


9,106 


(21,671 


7,436 



1893. Increase or Decrease 



5,639 



687 I 6,176 



870 



85 



I 



455 



6,631 I 9,766 16,396 



(2 Decrease : « Same figures as lo 1892 : o No figures returned : All others Increase. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 19. 



as compared with 1893. 



Kamber 

of Male 

Polls 

AsMMed. 



»- 

266 

277 

9 

(11.068 

209 

461 

d99 

2,163 

<2 14 

939 

223 

497 

d 1,311 



VALUS of A88K88BD FSBSOKAL 
ESTATB. 



Excluding 

Resident 

Bank Stock 



Resident 
Bank 
Btock. 



Total. 



I d 



$647,946 

</ 28,348 

1,861,236 

d 12,446 

d 2,943,629 

cf 46,226 

226,400 

d 206,797 

d 2,056,862 

d 29,736 

826,139 

d 663,076 

10,862,966 

d 918,912 



2,631 I cT $14,287,276 



d $39,888 

d 39.490 

d 168,739 

d 67,426 

(f 81,224 

d 7,668 

84,282 

d 22,223 

(2 60,343 

dlU 

d 191,610 

(18,281 

d 1,010,280 

d 118,001 



$608,067 

(2 67.838 

1,692,497 

d 79,872 

d 8,024.863 

(2 63,794 

310.682 

(1228,020 

d 2,107,206 

d 80,479 

633,629 

d 661,367 

d 11,863,246 

d 1,036,913 



d $1,721,436 i d $16,008,711 



Value ot A88K88BI> Rial Bbtats. 



Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 



Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 



$216,662 

550.936 

3,022,868 

16,239 

3,915,366 

395,756 

1,863,336 

69,472 

8,900,934 

32,861 

2,464,416 

637,218 

11,663,245 

2,437,361 



$86,176 

428,916 

6,047,051 

95,487 

748.247 

87,439 

687.686 

64,221 

5,417,232 

31,469 

2,348,309 

805.032 

4,979,470 

1.408,795 



$36,166,668 $23,034,619 



Total. 



$261,838 

979,861 

9,069,919 

111,726 

4,663,612 

483,196 

2,441,022 

123,698 

14,318,166 

64,820 

4,802,724 

1.442,260 

16,642,716 

3,846,166 



$59,191,187 



08 compared with 1892. 



23,669 ;! $9,319,379 



d $18,666 



$9,306,824 



$42,847,937 



$43,160,178 



$86,008,116 



Of compared with 1893. 



WnmHiir 


VaLUK of A88BSSXD PBIt80NAL 








of Male 
Polls 




B8TATB. 




Vat.ub of 


ABSB88BD RbAL EBTATB. 


Sxeladlng 


Resident 




Buildings, 


Land, 




Aiseised. , 


Resident 


Bank 


Total. 


excluding 


excluding 


Total. 




Bank Stock. 


Btock. 




Land. 


Buildings. 




86 , 


' d $10,974,800 


d $1,114,444 


d $11,966,284 


$11,128,900 


$4,852,675 


$16,981,676 


136 ' 


d 70,611 


2,786 


d 67,826 


440,646 


164,925 


595,671 


(1317 


d 784,700 


(2 67,169 


d 841,869 


1,483,200 


612.600 


2,095,800 


in 


40,675 


d 18,796 


21,879 


220,160 


18.400 


238,660 


76 , 


194,990 


•- 


194,990 


196,540 


49,610 


246,060 


290 


61,600 


«-o 


61,600 


663,000 


605,400 


1,168,400 


269 


1,466,560 


d 61,192 


1,396,368 


909.000 


800,200 


1,709,200 


d632 


(2198,037 


d 19,668 


d 217,596 


469.776 


(2 64,224 


406,662 


325 


d 138.780 


2,628 


c2 136,262 


132,600 


107,650 


240,260 


d36 


d 247,829 


6.017 


d 242,812 


264,936 


12,787 


267,722 


95 ' 


272,810 


8,000 


280,810 


341,277 


483,023 


824,800 


d]66 , 


d 180,826 


20.271 


(2160,564 


809,676 


80,200 


389,776 


807 


d 846,165 


d 107,929 


d 964,084 


882,500 


806,130 


1,188,630 


(11,623 


d 1.687,763 


7,685 


d 1,680,068 


907,200 


163.530 


1,070,780 


334 , 


(2 42.000 


8,430 


d 38,570 


621,500 


202.350 


823,860 


64 1 


d 161,281 


172,506 


11,225 


264,086 


329,645 


593.680 


260 


(2 428,700 


«-0 


(2 428,700 


417,400 


896,076 


813,476 


92 


692.600 


d 123,970 


468,630 


1,655,246 


4,836,954 


6,491,200 


24 1 


(2 4,600 


(2 6,461 


d 10,961 


96,800 


22,200 


118,000 


61 


d 218,876 


12,110 


c2 206,765 


988,346 


1,364,806 


2,863,160 


dlU 


(2 4,244 


(2 25,326 


(2 29,670 


(2 6,009 


117,728 


111,719 


(f60 . 


148,331 


d 84,310 


64,021 


196,646 


441,580 


638.126 


887 


d 303,116 


•- 


d 803,116 


269,090 


213,410 


482,600 


39 


822,212 


d 89,668 


732,644 


482,000 


203.100 


686,100 


638 


209.100 


(2 1,100 


208,000 


766,260 


1,293.950 


2,060.200 


184 


80,860 


70,666 


101,426 


966,830 


141.260 


1,108,080 


(f237 


(2 66,906 


18,090 


d 47,816 


201.706 


148,665 


850,370 


(2 329 


(2 225,600 


(2 616 


r2 226,116 


239,700 


130,600 


870,300 


02 


<2 149,887 


d 73,376 


(2 223,263 


119,460 


70,615 


190.076 


(2 860 


60,460 


(2 84,429 


(2 23,979 


1,067,000 


1,289,850 


2,346,860 


(2 418 

1 


,(2 $12,768,520 

1 


d $1,646,146 


(2 $14,176,706 


$26,663,196 


$19,294,688 


$46,947,779 



as compared with 1892. 



18,867 !| $9,740,002 



$6,831 



$9,746,833 



$31,331,461 



$36,436,760 



$67,768,221 



d DeereMe : $ Same flgnres as In 1892: o No flgnres returned : All others inorease. 



10 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



1894. Increase or Dbcreaab 



Btjltb, 





Total 


Tax tob Btatb, Countt, ahd Citt ob Towk 




Valuatioh 


PUBFOSBB, IHCLUDINO OTBBLATIKOB. 


OOUNTIEB. 


OF 

asskbskd 
Estate. 












On Personal 

EsUte. 


On Real 
EsUte. 


On Polls. 


Total. 


Barnstable, 


$7&9,895 


$2,426 


<l$713 


«- 


$1,718 


Berkshire, 






912,013 


d 17,628 


(f 24,506 


$510 


(2 41,024 


Bristol, . 






10,7(6.416 


d 18,079 


90,879 


554 


78,364 


Dakes, 






81,864 


d 1,872 


d 1,956 


13 


d 8,816 


Essex, 






1,688,759 


d 99,372 


96,410 


d 2,116 


64,922 


Franklin, . 






879,401 


d 8,138 


(16,850 


418 


d 9,070 


Hampden, 






2,751,704 


d 17,820 


d 37,059 


902 


(f 58,977 


Hampshire, 
liiddlesez. 






d 104,827 


d 1,802 


9,400 


<il98 


7,400 






12,210,961 


d 37,323 


231,502 


4,806 


198,486 


Nantucket, 






88,841 


(f484 


643 


d28 


131 


Norfolk, . 






5,486,858 


d 18,396 


164,055 


1,878 


147,687 


Plymouth, 






780,893 


<f 5,192 


21,215 


446 


16,400 


Suffolk, . 






4,779,470 


d 149,480 


232,348 


688 


83,501 


Worcester, 






2,809,248 


d 14,598 


60,093 


(12,622 


41,878 


Bute,. 


■ 1 


1 • 


$43,182,476 


d $822,708 


$834,970 


$4,646 


$616,918 



1893. Increase or Decrease 



$95,818,989 



$810,205 



$1,578,961 



$47,157 $1,081,828 



80 Cities, . 













1894. 


Increase or Decrease 




Total 


Tax fob Btatb, Countt, akd Citt ob Towh 


Ratb of 




Valuatiok 


Pubpobib, including Ovbblatinqb. 


Total 


dTIBB. 


or 

asbbssed 

Ebtati. 










Tax 




On 

Personal 

Estate. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 

Polls. 


Total. 


PBB 

$1,000. 


Boston 


$4,015,291 


d $153,169 


$204,664 


$172 


$51,567 


«- 


Brockton, 






527,745 


(11,848 


11,757 


272 


10,681 


«- 


Cambridge, 






1,258,931 


(2 23,802 


(2 2,155 


(2 634 


(2 26,591 


(2 $0.60 


Chelsea, . 






260.429 


2,400 


19,395 


177 


21,972 I 


.80 


Chioopee, 






440,040 


(2 4,740 


d 15.449 


150 


(2 20,039 , 


(2 3.50 


Everett, . 






1,200,900 


794 


17,839 


518 


10,161 1 


»- 


Fall River, 






3,104,558 


9,418 


6,419 


518 


16,865 i 


(2.60 


Fitchburg, 






187.957 


d 3,497 


8,784 


(21,0M 


4,178 


.10 


Gloucester, 






103,998 


(2 1,018 


7,421 


650 


7,053 


.80 


Haverhill, 






24,910 


(2 5.801 


121 


(2 70 


(2 5,750 


(2 .80 


Holyoke, . 






1,105,110 


(2 1,081 


(2 2,861 


190 


(2 3.752 


(2.80 


Lawrence, 






229,221 


(2 9,449 


d 13,450 


(2 832 


(2 23.281 1 


(2.80 


Lowell, . 






284,546 


1,399 


71.531 


614 


73.544 


1.00 


lomn. 
Maiden, . 






(2 509,338 


d 14,581 


55.700 


(2 3,246 


37,963 1 


1.00 






785,280 


1,145 


26,122 


668 


27,935 


.70 


liarlborough, , 






604,905 


(2 999 


6,902 


108 


6.011 


(2.60 


liedford. . 
New Bedford, . 






384,776 


(2 9,070 


(2 140 


500 


(f 8,710 


(21.00 






6,959,830 


(2 29,038 


63,109 


184 


24,255 


(2 1.90 


Newburyport, 






107,049 ; 


(2 3,697 


(2 7,144 


48 


(2 10,793 


(21.30 


Newton, . 






2,146,385 1 


(2 5,032 


27,998 


102 


23,068 1 


(2.20 


Northampton, , 






82.149 ' 


d 1,681 


(2 2,091 


(2 228 


(2 4,000 . 


(2.50 


Pituaeld, . 






702,146 


1,225 


5,871 


(2 138 


6,958 


(2.60 


Quiney, . 






179,385 : 


123 


82,983 


774 


33,880 


1.80 


Balem, 






1,417,744 1 


6,749 


3,560 


78 


10,396 1 


(2 .50 


Bomerville, 






2,268,200 


3,922 


40,054 


1,276 


45,252 1 


.SO 


Springfield, 
Taunton. . 






1,209,506 


(2 8,594 


d 21,083 


868 


(2 29,309 ' 


d .80 






302,554 


(2 2,889 


740 


(2 474 


(2 2.628 


(2 .40 


Waltham, 






144.184 


(2 4,142 


4,630 


(2 658 


(2170 , 


(2 .10 


Wobnrn, . 






(2 33.188 , 


(2 1,114 


16,557 


184 


15,627 


1.70 


Worcester, 






2,322,871 


8,083 


49,040 


(21,720 


50,403 


.20 


SOCiUes, 


ft 


■ • 


$31,772,073 


(2 $254,484 


$606,773 


(2 $1,013 


$351,276 


- 



1893. Increase ot Decrbasb 



$77,614,064 



$188,607 



$1,089,817 I $37,627 I $1,816,961 i 



• I 



<2 Decrease : t Bame fignres as in 1802 : o No figures returned : All others inor«ase. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



11 



as compared taith 1898 — Conoladed. 



Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


numbkb and 
Valtjb of Fowl 


of 


of 


of 


Neat Cattle 


of 


AssxsasD. 


HortM 


Cows 


Sheep 


other 


Swine 


Dwelling 


Aores of 








AMMsed. 


AosesMd. 


Aflsesaed. 


than Cows 


Auessed. 


Houses 


Land 


Number. 


Value. 




•t 




Aneseed. 




Assessed. 


Assessed. 


107 


(f 100 


<I78 


(127 


50 


87 


72 


(2 6,768 


d $2,156 


141 


d«Bl2 


<I564 


(1681 


889 


463 


812 


d 8,156 


d 3,486 


09 


dlM 


dlB 


(1878 


885 


687 


1.661 


8,408 


2,490 


64 


dil 


dl3 


(178 


4 


27 


(1184 


(1675 


d206 


IM 


d874 


5 


7 


804 


1,685 


1,054 


176 


2,206 


385 


4 300 


dl72 


(2 840 


829 


93 


(21,068 


d 6,146 


d822 


W 


d203 


diss 


(2 987 


845 


588 


284 


d 23,159 


d 10,037 


100 


d92A 


(108 


(f437 


399 


72 


880 


d 1.521 


. d 1.642 


352 


d420 


(1185 


d670 


2,086 


S.T14 


(21,062 


d 17.383 


d 6,634 


10 


68 


(180 


(149 


8-0 


23 


543 


1,208 


604 


S25 


(185 


221 


(122 


1,460 


979 


d 4,955 


d 0,027 


d 3,256 


50 


(1401 


106 


(f 239 


453 


556 


(2 679 


d 13,311 


d 5,912 


M 


28 


«-o 


<i3 


d2l 


1,815 


^ (1275 


»-o 


»'0 


207 


<i522 


(1470 


(f 2,120 


1.099 


740 


(2 2,808 


d 20,187 


d 5,950 


2,255 


€{4.329 


(ll,«46 


d6»469 


7.732 


10,474 


(2 6,360 


d 100,541 


d $33,648 



(M compared with 1892 — Concluded. 



6,066 



d 8,174 



d089 



d 7,309 



d 2,906 



11,168 



4,672 



81,089 



$87,064 



as compared imih 1893- 


— Concluded. 












1 




Number 




Number 


Number 


NUMBXB AKD 


Namber 


Number 


Number 


of 


Number 


of 


of 


Valub i 


9F Fowl. 


of 


of 


of 


NeatCatUe 


of 


ASeSBBED. 




Cows 


Sheep 


other 


Swine 


Dwelling 


Acres of 






Horses 






Assessed. 


1 Assessed. 


Assessed. 


than Cows 
Assessed. 


Assessed. 


Houses 
Assessed. 


Land 
Assessed. 


Number. 


Value. 


100 


60 


«-o 


8-0 


8-0 


1,700 


d275 


«-(» 


8-0 


(2 85 


18 


«-o 


13 


84 


250 


752 


d898 


d$441 


dl70 


d83 


«-o 


8-0 


8 


494 


t- 


f-O 


8-0 


d50 


d56 


s-o 


8-0 


8-0 


d3 


8- 


8-0 


8-0 


30 


d29 


d6 


7 


25 


63 


8- 


do- 


do- 


dS2 


8 


8-0 


8'0 


100 


248 


dlb 


8-0 


8-0 


46 


10 


8-0 


d2 


8 


152 


d6 


697 


500 


(239 


d78 


11 


d6 


42 


107 


«- 


d 3,666 


d 1,834 


38 


d60 


8-0 


9 


8-0 


181 


d8 


f-O 


8-0 


dl23 


dlOO 


6 


43 


d36 


175 


•- 


d40 


15 


88 


7 


»- 


d31 


IS 


217 


d68 


26 





44 


d 22 


8-0 


*^ 


dl6 


227 


21 


8-0 


8-0 


d58 


dll 


»- 


»- 


6 


197 


47 


dlOO 


d60 


164 


t- 


8-0 


8-0 


8-0 


834 


18 


d956 


d478 


113 


18 


8-0 


8-0 


8-0 


268 


d217 


8-0 


8-0 


d3 


20 


8- 


d69 


dl8 


12 


34 


1,400 


700 


76 


dl 


8-0 


1 


do- 


133 


d516 


8-0 


8-0 


d309 


d67 


8-0 


dl7 


dll 


198 


156 


8-0 


8-0 


18 


10 


8-0 


•- 


8-0 


38 


8- 


8-0 


8-0 


15 


36 


8-C 


8-0 


8-0 


232 


dl33 


8-0 


8-0 


26 


dl40 


dl 


109 


dZ 


83 


4 


d 1,676 


d666 


d266 


dl57 


dl63 


d127 


47 


48 


8- 


d 1,185 


d864 


d4 


d27 


8-0 


dl 


8-0 


149 


d 2,320 


8-0 


8-0 


61 


885 


8-0 


3 


22 


146 


25 


8-0 


8-0 


286 


36 


8-0 


t'O 


8-0 


460 


»- 


8-0 


8-0 


dl47 


7 


dl 


dl9 


56 


428 


•- 


d 5,951 


d 1,581 


dW 


d86 


dl 


dl2 


8 


107 


8- 


150 


160 


d59 


(2 22 


8-0 


d4 


42 


100 


117 


dlOO 


«- 


33 


d38 


8-0 


1 


43 


62 


d3 


d 1,944 


d 1,298 


16 


63 


de 


d20 


d20l 


270 


8- 


1,295 


650 


dS04 


d223 j 


dl67 


dl22 


72 


6,952 


d 2,436 


d 12,998 


d $5,183 



as compared with 1892 — Concluded. 



2,560 d 1,169 



(2 174 



d42 



d247 



7,029 



d 1,287 



d 8,064 



$60 



d Decrease : « Same figures as In 1892 : o No figures returned : All others increase. 



12 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOOREOATES OF POLLS, PrOPERTT, TaXES, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 


NUMBBR OF 
RE8IDBMT8 AflSBSBBD 

ON Pbopbbtt. 


NUMBBR OF NON. 
BBSIDBNTS A88E88KD < 

ON Pbopebtt. ! 


NUMBBR of PBRflONS 
A88B88BD. 


Iiidl. 
viduals. 

1 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indl. 
\idnals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll' 
Tax TotaL 
only. 


Barnstable. 


I 


















BarnstRble, 






1,136 


82 


1,167 


409 


16 


424 < 


1,691 


234 


1,826 


Bourne, . 






400 


16 


481 


800 


10 


310 


791 


116 


•07 


Brewster, . 






289 


8 


297 


210 


1 


211 


1 608 

1 


68 , 666 


Chatham, . 






690 


21 


617 


152 


3 


166 ' 


772 


164 


026 


Dennis, . 


• 




042 


76 


717 


144 


88 


182 , 


1 809 


186 


1,084 


Eastbam, . 






178 


28 


196 > 


109 


22 


181 


327 


18 


346 


Falmouth, 






650 


19 


660 


400 


4 


404 


1,073 


887 


1,410 


Harwich, . 






893 


- 


893 


291 


- 


291 


1,184 


144 


1,328 


Mashpee, . 






97 


22 


119 


110 


48 


158 1 


277 


25 


302 


Orleans, . 






401 


7 


408 


94 


2 


96 


604 


64 


668 


Provlncetown, . 






896 


161 


1,047 


81 


6 


86 


1,133 


736 


1,868 


Sandwich, 






605 


103 


606 


141 


20 


161 ' 


709 


176 


946 


Truro, 






220 


66 


286 


166 


30 


194 


479 


41 


620 


Wellfleet, . 






426 


20 


446 


337 


4 


341 


787 


49 


836 


Yarmouth, 






434 


78 


612 


297 


26 


322 ' 


834 


160 


084 


Totals, 


7,823 


639 


8,462 


3,230 


236 


3,466 


11,928 


2,476 


14,404 


Bebksuirb. 




















Adams, . 




722 


96 


817 ; 


70 


18 


88 


905 


1,161 


2,066 


Alford, 




84 


- 


84 


89 


- 


39 


123 


23 


146 


Becket, . 




200 


S 


208 


07 


7 


74 


277 


110 


387 


Cheshire, . 




233 


86 


269 ! 


46 


19 


64 


333 


134 


467 


Clarksburg, 




148 


- 


148 1 


76 


1 


77 


225 


114 


830 


Dalton, 




847 


43 


890 ; 


47 


18 


65j 


466 


476 


030 


Egremont, 




188 


16 


199 

1 


35 


8 


1 

43 ; 


242 


86 


827 


Florida, . 




84 


1 


86 


48 


2 


60 


135 


46 


180 


Grent Barrlngton, 




750 


86 


841 


95 


16 


111 


952 


710 


1,662 


Hancock, . 




107 


8 


no 


88 


28 


66 


170 


20 


196 


Hinsdale, . . ' 




231 


11 


242 


32 


2 


84 


276 


268 


634 


Lanesborongh, 




179 


- 


179 


66 


- 


66 


! 236 


70 


314 


Lee, . 




680 


16 


095 1 


87 


2 


89' 


784 


409 


1,283 


Lenox, 




384 


16 


899 


92 


6 


97 1 


496 


208 


7M 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



13 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894. 



Number 
of Male 

Polls 
Aneeaed. 



Tax 

on each 

Male Poll. 



1,066 

4eo 

282 
U5 
T74 
161 
812 
723 
87 
348 
1,400 
418 
231 
S8d 
524 



8,106 

1,757 
00 < 
»4 

323 
244 I 
753 

2«S I 

I 
115 

i^n I 

117 ' 
465 
268 
1.000 
007 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

'2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
200 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



Valub 01 


' A80BS8VD PbRBOKAL 


Excluding 

Resident 

Bank dtock. 


Estate. 




Resident 
Bunk 
Stock. 


Total. 


$1,122,110 


$67,646 


$1,179,756 


347,600 


- 


347,600 


150,670 


- 


159,670 


134.723 


- 


134,723 


665,762 


- 


565,762 


66.813 

1 


- 


66,318 


8,601,829 


68,630 


8,664,959 


166,150 


87,250 


253,400 


7,360 


- 


7,360 


123,168 


- 


123,168 


761,300 


152,162 


018,452 


176,676 


- 


175,675 


116,683 


- 


116,683 


180,466 


- 


189,455 , 

1 


1 1,005,891 


163,625 


1,109,516 1 


$8,448,179 


$524,802 


$8,967,481 


$1,177,220 


$62,146 


$1,239,874 


44,908 


- 


44,908 


160,840 


- • 


160,840 


168,270 


- 


153,270 


63,008 


- 


63,008 


932,703 


- 


932,703 


76,047 


- 


75,947 


18,880 


- 


18,880 


814,476 


183,760 


948,225 , 


48,460 


- 


43,450 ' 


196,110 


- 


106,110 


02,679 


- 


02,670 


404,760 


03,825 


498,585 


612,669 

1 


26,000 


638,669 



Valxtb of Assessed Real Estate. 



Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


$1,678,780 


$813,850 


629,665 


600,210 


227,680 


169,055 


482,628 


206,076 


656,786 


242,770 


118,551 


87,387 


1,827,028 


769,900 


445,800 


374,690 


36,600 


144,020 


305,362 


122,616 


839,230 


326,811 


453,275 


269,800 


146,950 


68,010 


280,026 


141,583 


484,475 


816,786 



$8,006,838 

$1,695,465 

86,495 

144,465 

267.690 

76,790 

1,099,738 

127,220 

27,785 

1,475,325 

87,700 

264,605 

177,227 

864,675 

1,261,800 



$4,783,364 

$778,700 
103,746 
121,266 
291,030 
94,066 
271,474 
232,497 
120,626 
887,940 
197,730 
231,520 
271,398 
413,250 

1,181,135 



Total. 



$2,492,130 

1,319,876 

396,735 

688,099 

799,656 

200,088 

2,086,028 

820,300 

180,620 

427,078 

1,166,060 

722,675 

214,860 

421,008 

801,261 



$12,740,202 

$2,474,166 
140,241 
265,710 
648,620 
170,866 

1,871,212 
850,717 
148,861 

2,368,266 
286,430 
496,125 
448,625 

1,277,926 

2,392,436 



14 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aqoreoates of Polls, Propkbtt, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 


Total 
Valuation 

or 
Assessed 

Estate 

MayI, 

1884. 


Tax fob State, County, and City or Town 

PUBPOSES, INCLUDING OYBBLAYINOS. 


Uatb 

or 

Total 

Tax 

PER 

$1,000. 


On 

Personal 

Rwtnte. 


1 

On Real 

• Estate. 

1 


On 
Polls. 


1 

' ToUl. 


Babnstablb. 


1 
1 












Barnstable, 






$8,671,885 


$12,977 


$27,413 


$2,110 


$42,500 


$1100 


Bourne, . 






1,667,475 


3,476 


13,199 


988 


17,613 


10 00 


Brewster, . 






566,405 


2,076 


5,157 


524 


7,757 


18 00 


Chatham, • 






828,422 


2,200 


11,708 


1,110 


15,108 


17 00 


Dennis, . 






1,365,817 


6,223 


8,795 


1,548 


16,566 


1100 


Eastham, . 






267,251 


709 


2,331 


812 


3,422 


11 60 


Falmouth, 






5,651,887 


21,746 


13,729 


1,624 


86,000 


6 10 


Harwich, . 






1,073,790 


3,548 


11,485 


1,446 


16,479 


14 00 


Mashpee, . 






187,970 


96 


2,348 


174 


2,618 


13 00 


Orleans, • 






551,140 


1,602 


5,564 


606 


7,862 


13 00 


ProTincetown, . 






2,079,502 


17,721 


22,621 


2,800 


48,142 


19 40 


Sandwich, 






898,250 


2,459 


10,116 


886 


18,411 


14 00 


Truro, 






881,543 


1,867 


3,438 


462 


5,767 


16 00 


Wellfleet, . 






611,063 


1,515 


3,383 


572 


5,470 


8 00 


Yarmouth, 






l,970,7n 


9,356 


6,410 


1,048 


16,814 


8 00 


Totals, 


$21,707,683 


$87,721 


$146,697 


$16,210 


$250,628 


- 


Berkshire. 














Adams, . 




$3,718,539 


$17,971 


$35,875 


$3,514 


$57,360 


$14 50 


Alford, . 




385,149 


449 


1,402 


180 


2,031 


10 00 


Beoket, . 




416,050 


2,255 


3,986 


588 


6,829 


15 00 


Cheshire, . 




701,890 


2,299 


8,229 


646 


11,174 


16 00 


Clarksburg, 




223,804 


1,060 


3,417 


488 


4,065 


80 00 


Dalton, • 




2,803,915 


7,182 


10,559 


1,606 


19,2^ 


7 70 


Bgremont, 




435,664 


759 


^509 


490 


4,848 


10 00 


Florida, . 




167,241 


378 


3,967 


230 


8,575 


30 00 


Great Barrington, . 




3,311,490 


9,482 


23,633 


2,798 


85,918 


10 00 


Hancock, . 




828,880 

1 


273 


2,455 


234 


2,962 


800 


Hinsdale, . 




002,235 


2,655 


6,648 


910 


10,213 


18 50 


Lanesborough, 




511,304 


846 


6,056 


516 


7.418 


13 50 


XjvGf • • • 1 




1,776,510 


9,722 


25,094 


2,000 


86,816 


10 50 


Lenox, 




8,031,094 


8.761 


84,060 


1,214 


44,044 


14 30 

t 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



15 



Etc., AS Assessed M^lt 1, 1894 


— Continued. 








« 

Number 
of 


Number 

of 

Cows 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Swine 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelliog 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. 


NUXBVB AND 

Value of Fowl 
asbessbd. 


Horses 

Assessed. 


Number. 


Value. 


677 


420 


20 


127 


• 


1,266 


29,812 






298 


185 


16 


16 


6 


611 


28,880 


1,060 


$530 


182 


14S 


- 


41 


- 


278 


9,371 


- 


- 


182 


181 


- 


2 


- 


581 


4,604 


672 


17 


SSS 


219 


- 


10 


- 


711 


7,118 


- 


- 


143 


155 


- 


37 


8 


160 


4,936 


7.306 


2,667 


MO 


408 


80 


01 


- 


829 


22,796 


- 


- 


3S» 


180 


- 


- 


32 


886 


8,670 


- 


- 


54 


34 


- 


16 


- 


74 


12,892 


- 


- 


312 


176 


- 


68 


37 


343 


6,100 


2,428 


971 


12S 


61 


- 




- 


1,012 


926 


- 


- 


220 


217 


71 


38 


16 


481 


20,055 


600 


300 


104 


219 


- 


5 


2 


262 


7,600 


6,200 


2,170 


118 


101 


- 


5 


- 


428 


6,758 


1,243 


495 


240 


160 


20 


- 


- 


625 


11,223 


- 


- 


3,750 


2.847 


167 


440 


99 


8,496 


175,540 


19,509 


$7,040 


580 


619 


116 


122 


78 


1,510 


11,900 


•■ 


• 


138 


245 


229 


69 


82 


84 


7,166 


- 


- 


190 


411 


806 


317 


96 


235 


27.170 


2,395 


$958 


283 


722 


829 


418 


149 


322 


16,700 


- 


- 


183 


298 


18 


72 


90 


173 


7,956 


- 


- 


382 


406 


332 


123 


43 


510 


13,486 


- 


- 


293 


602 


488 


836 


100 


192 


11,125 


3,947 


1,406 


120 


304 


243 


126 


56 


89 


14,263 


- 


- 


807 


1,136 


382 


371 


197 


926 


26,229 


1,740 


778 


198 


467 


1,672 


172 


62 


116 


20,746 


2,367 


084 


402 


586 


201 


193 


79 


273 


13,745 


- 


- 


286 


764 


413 


273 


131 


242 


17,213 


3,580 


1.790 


700 


660 


272 


160 


123 


720 


15,520 


6,821 


1,626 


829 


746 


236 


131 


86 


536 


11,910 


1,668 


418 



16 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aggregates of Polls, Propertt, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 


NuMBSR or 

RXBIDBMTS AaSKSSXD 

ON Propbrtt. 


Number or Non- 

Rbbidbnts Assbsskd 

ON Propbrtt. 


NUXBBB OP PbBSONS 

Absbssbd. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


AU 
Others. 


Total. 


Indl. 
\iduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


Total. 


BxBKSHiRV —Con. 


















Monterey, 


118 


4 


122 


66 


6 


62 


184 


37 


221 


Mount Washington, 


90 


3 


38 


30 


14 


44 


77 


14 


91 


New Ashford, . 


36 


- 


36 


13 


- 


13 


49 


16 


65 


New Marlborough, . 




282 


16 


298 


85 


27 


112 


410 


132 


542 


North Adams, . 




1,675 


165 


1.830 ' 


76 


3 


78 


1,908 


3,088 


5,846 


Otis 




128 


16 


144 


49 


9 


68 


202 


87 


239 


Pern, 




86 


4 


90 


64 


6 


70 


160 


18 


178 


Plttsfield, . 




2,600 


S81 


2,881 j 


192 


16 


207 ' 


3,088 


3,693 


6,681 


Richmond, 




196 


8 


198 


89 


- 


30 


237 


37 


274 


Sandisfield, . 




210 


1 


311 


100 


- 


100 


311 


66 


367 


Savoy, 




154 


- 


164 


60 


8 


68 


212 


26 


288 


Sheffield, . 




380 


86 


425 


83 


17 


100 


626 


109 


694 


Btockbrldge, . 




376 


67 


433 


87 


13 


100 


533 


287 


770 


Tyrlngham, 




87 


6 


92 


20 


16 


36 


128 


82 


160 


Washington, . 




94 


- 


94 


83 


6 


88 


182 


39 


221 


West Btockbrldge, . 




292 


26 


318 


68 

1 


15 


83 


401 


129 


630 


Wllliamstown, 




638 


20 


658 


1 

98 


7 


106 


763 


661 


1,824 


Windsor, . 




135 


3 


138 


86 


5 


91 


229 


29 


S58 


Totals, 


11,863 


953 


12.816 


1 2.105 


292 


2,397 


15,213 


13,101 


28,814 


Bbistol. 




















Acushnet, 


222 


40 


262 


i 91 


20 


111 


373 


64 


437 


Attleborough, . 


■ * 


1,101 


80 


1,181 


356 


21 


376 


1,667 


1,406 


2,962 


Berkley, . 


• 


286 


8 


288 


124 


1 


125 


' 413 


71 


484 


Dartmouth, 


> • 


766 


3 


769 


892 


13 


405 


1,164 

1 


187 


1,351 


Dighton, . 


» • 


429 


18 


447 


155 


6 


160 


607 


179 


786 


Baston, . 


k • 


789 


107 


896 


161 


61 


212 


1,108 


663 


1,771 


Falrhaven, 


■ a 


640 


17 


657 


1 293 


6 


299 


956 


208 


1.164 


Fall River, 


■ ■ 


6,113 


1,348 


6,461 


287 


177 


464 


' 6,925 


18,807 


25,783 


Freetown, 


• 


369 


8 


872 

1 


1 234 


3 


237 


, «» 


114 


723 


Mansfield, 


• . 


660 


106 


766 


132 


37 


169 


934 


858 


1,202 


New Bedford, . 


• 


6,081 


097 


6,078 


363 


42 


405 


6,483 


9.291 


i5,n4 


North Attleborough 


. 


838 


168 


1,006 


, 176 


29 


204 


1 1,210 


1,098 


2,306 


Norton, . 


■ ■ 


834 


68 


402 


168 


44 


212 ! 


614 


134 


748 


Baynharo, 


1 • 


366 


64 


429 


111 


27 


138 


507 


120 


687 


Rehoboth, 


» • 


480 


2 


482 

1 


314 


- 


314 

1 


706 


8S 


884 


1 





1 


— - 


— — 


I 


- 




- - - . 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 19. 



17 



Etc., as Asskssed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 
of Male 


Tax 

on each 

Male Poll. 


Value or 


ABSK88BD PeBSONAL 

Estate. 


Value of Assessed Real Estate. 


Polls 
AMMsad. 


Excluding 

Resident 

Bank Stock. 


Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 


Total. 


Baildings, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


Total. 


138 


$3 00 


$88,716 


. 


$38,716 


$53,415 


$132,774 


$186,180 


84 


200 


6,470 


- 


6,470 


23,458 


51,368 


74.821 


44 


200 


7,796 


- 


7,795 


11,475 


49.425 


60.000 


S60 


200 


167,706 


- 


167,706 


119,546 


259,467 


879.012 


6,<W2 


2 00 


1,281,411 


$212,399 


1,493,810 


3,788,575 


1,922,620 


5,711.095 


147 


8 00 


40,521 


- 


40,621 


68.835 


117,258 


171,088 


81 


2 CO 


17,115 


800 


17,916 


19.395 


78,685 


98,080 


5,251 


2 00 


2,537,185 


630,480 


8,167.615 


4,939,275 


4.759.496 


0.608,770 


175 


S 00 


49,084 


- 


49,984 


110,315 


180,095 


200,410 


SU 


2 00 


66^023 


- 


66,923 


118,244 


162,497 


280,741 


182 


200 


27,201 


- 


27,201 


40.844 


93,755 


134.609 


4M 


2 00 


118,884 


- 


118,884 


828,170 


400.245 


787.416 


514 


2 00 


649,851 


81,201 


781,052 


1,257,825 


951,618 


2.209,443 


107 


200 


80,610 


- 


80,610 


00,650 


112.110 


172.760 


123 


200 


27,015 


- 


27.016 


41,080 


181,675 


172,706 


sn 


300 


100.761 


- 


100,761 


172,811 


217.812 


890.628 


1,02B 


200 


862,975 


82,400 


885,875 


1,271,450 


909,305 


2.180,755 


152 


2 00 


85,092 


- 


85,002 


44,680 


113,479 


158,159 


22,110 


- 


$10,296,632 


$1,272,950 


$11,500,682 


$30,061,312 


$15,798,940 


$35,850,252 


247 


$2 00 


$106,080 


. 


$105,080 


$287,440 


$276,760 


$514,200 


i^ 


800 


779,460 


$76,760 


856,200 


2,803,728 


1,218,828 


8,612,551 


2«i 


300 


67,967 


- 


67,987 


144.821 


176,000 


820,881 


79ft 


200 


400,875 


- 


400,875 


896.140 


1,116,460 


2,012,600 


479 


200 


88,515 


- 


83,515 


874.440 


801.799 


676,289 


1,884 


2 00 


2,877,144 


858,966 


2,786,109 


1.298.914 


521,036 


1,819,960 


578 


2 00 


207,410 


- 


267,410 


914.780 


611.770 


1,526.500 


22«421 


2 00 


23,618,800 


1,160,863 


24,769,063 


21,910,760 


16.958.760 


88,860,500 


866 


2 00 


156,777 


- 


156,777 


844.720 


312.040 


656,760 


872 


2 00 


237,460 


- 


237,460 


1.084,737 


516,068 


1.550,805 


U.080 


2 00 


17.019,500 


2,579,925 


19,699,425 


17,122,809 


14,712.601 


81.835.500 


1,728 


200 


608,866 


150,466 


758,331 


1,988,665 


1,088.975 


8.072.680 


405 


200 


136^241 


- 


126,241 


823,403 


828,972 


662.875 


400 


200 


119,624 


- 


119,624 


825.643 


832,601 


658,284 


450 


200 


96,065 


- 


96.065 


281,450 


402.640 


684,000 



18 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOORBOATKS OF FOLLS, PBOPBBTT, TaXES, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 


Total 
Valuation 

OF 

assebbbd 

Estatr 

MatI. 

1894. 


Tax for Stati, Codntt, and City or Town 

FURPOBXB, INCLUDINO OTBRLATINOB. 


Ratb 

OF 

Totai. 
Tax 


AND TOWNS. 


On 

Personal 

Estate. 


On Real 
SsUte. 


On 
Polls. 


Total. 


FBB 

$1,000. 


Bbrkbhirb — Con. 












Monterey, 


$224,905 


$681 


$2,703 


$276 


$3,660 


$16 00 


Moant Washington, 


81,201 


61 


710 


68 


880 


060 


New Aflhford, . 


68,606 


100 


661 


88 


1,048 


14 00 


New Marlborough, 




646,717 


2,618 


6,873 


788 


0,220 


16 60 


North Adams, . 




7,204,006 


26,306 


07,068 


10,124 


182,607 


17 00 


Otis, .... 




211,600 


648 


2,786 


204 


8,678 


16 00 


Pern, 




116,006 


287 


1,648 


162 


2,007 


16 80 


Pittsfleld, . 




12,866,386 


41,366 


168,000 


10,602 


200,048 


16 80 


Richmond, 




340,304 


766 


4,442 


860 


6,668 


16 80 


Sandisfield, 




347,664 


1,071 


4,402 


486 


6,000 


16 00 


Savoy, 




161,800 


680 


3370 


804 


4,864 


S6 00 


Sheffield, . 




866,200 


1.786 


10,766 


072 


13,474 


14 00 


Stockbridge, . 




2,040,406 


7,068 


S4,068 


1,028 


38,070 


10 00 


Tyrlngham, 




203,370 


418 


2,332 


214 


2,060 


13 60 


Washington, . 




100,720 


861 


2,220 


846 


2,817 


13 00 


West Stockbridge, 




401.884 


1,783 


6,710 


742 


0,104 


17 20 


WilllamstowD, 




2,666,130 


6,860 


86,068 


2,068 


44,400 


16 60 


Windsor, . 




103,261 


640 


2,486 


804 


8,280 


16 40 


ToUls, 


$47,410,884 


$166,764 


$634,021 


$44,220 


$736,006 


- 


Bristol. 














Acushneti 


$610,280 


$1,471 


$7,100 


$404 


$0,164 


$14 00 


Attleboroagh, . 




4,468,761 


17,124 


72,261 


4,646 


08,021 


20 00 


Berkley, . 




888,308 


644 


2,688 


680 


8,662 


600 


Dartmouth, 




2,412,076 


4,804 


24,161 


1,600 


80,646 


12 00 


DightOD, . 




760,764 


1,270 


10,270 


968 


12,607 


16 20 


Baston, . 




4,666,069 


21,880 


14,660 


2,668 


80,116 


800 


Fairhaven, 




1,703,010 


4,011 


22,807 


1,166 


28,064 


16 00 


Fall Rlyer, 




63,638,663 


416,120 


668,006 


44,842 


1,118,070 


16 80 


Freetown, 




812,637 


1,668 


6,667 


780 


8,866 


10 00 


Mansfield, 




1,788,274 


4,274 


27,014 


1,744 


88,032 


18 00 


New Bedford, . 




61,434,026 


806,761 


406,634 


26,100 


828,646 


16 60 


North Attleborough 


1 • 


3,826.061 


18,080 


78,743 


8,462 


06,276 


24 00 


Norton, . 




778,616 


2,120 


10,960 


810 


13,800 


16 80 


Raynham, 




777,868 


1,447 


7,066 


800 


10,212 


12 10 


Rehoboth, 




720,146 


- 1,438 


0,688 


000 


11,076 


16 20 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



19 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 

Of 


numbvb and 
Value of Fowl 


of 


of 

Cowe 

AMened. 


of 

Sheep 

AaMMed. 


Neat Cattle 

other 

than OowB 

AMOHed. 


of 

Bwine 

AaMaaed. 


Dwelling 

HOUMB 

AraeaMd. 


Acrea of 

Land 
AaaeaMd. 


Assessed. 


Honet 


Number. 


Value. 


216 


443 


228 


901 


42 


130 


16,465 


2,190 


$547 


66 


60 


45 


21 


8 


43 


12,670 


- 


- 


52 


87 


817 


96 


27 


37 


7.611 


- 


- 


602 


1,826 


809 


382 


146 


324 


27,865 


4,788 


1,197 


963 


599 


77 


66 


50 


2,417 


9,696 


- 


- 


167 


297 


295 


244 


48 


155 


21,982 


880 


343 


101 


275 


211 


95 


16 


83 


16,000 


- 


- 


1,9M 


1,026 


255 


184 


178 


2.892 


23.344 


2,665 


06 


28B 


482 


728 


123 


64 


198 


11,476 


4,635 


1,360 


811 


604 


814 


380 


72 


256 


29,626 


65 


37 


U7 


488 


239 


187 


73 


100 


1P,987 


'2.210 


740 


613 


1,378 


580 


488 


157 


443 


27,687 


4,963 


2.024 


64S 


606 


618 


194 


103 


490 


13,649 


3,896 


1,839 


166 


833 


356 


184 


70 


107 


10,876 


1,105 


455 


140 


470 


249 


206 


72 


111 


28,660 


1,544 


386 


199 


854 


218 


49 


83 


342 


11,251 


3,038 


1,215 


785 


1,180 


1,882 


172 


161 


798 


28,214 


6,878 


2,308 


240 


687 


840 


261 


66 


185 


21.378 


- 


- 


12,587 


18,668 


12,686 


6,822 


2,801 


16,062 


547.264 


58,694 


$20,871 


884 


868 


^ 


42 


77 


267 


11,067 


6,616 


$2,225 


735 


617 


1 


95 


101 


1,481 


16,000 


- 


- 


270 


886 


15 


54 


26 


248 


9.790 


- 


- 


866 


1,455 


26 


97 


188 


988 


35,795 


18,295 


7,318 


840 


298 


- 


66 


49 


427 


13,016 


761 


196 


564 


487 


8 


67 


187 


929 


16,138 


- 


- 


843 


S41 


- 


46 


38 


756 


6,787 


2,130 


1,065 


2,801 


626 


- 


18 


78 


6,709 


18,411 


3,127 


1,600 


MB 


266 


29 


13 


56 


330 


21,390 


4,216 


1,054 


434 


254 


- 


36 


68 


827 


11,296 


8,466 


1,886 


i.294 


660 


- 


20 


121 


7,096 


9,492 


- 


- 


996 


644 


28 


44 


10 


1,249 


10,399 


- 


- 


836 


351 


7 


104 


44 


388 


16,860 


4,667 


1,648 


860 


381 


10 


69 


36 


882 


11,402 


5,608 


2,889 


576 


1,168 


83 


152 


125 


420 


27,892 


14,510 


5,078 



20 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 











Aggregates 


OP Polls, '. 


Property, Taxes, 


COUNTIES, CITIES 


NuMBXB or 

RBBIDXMTB AS8K88KD 

ON Pbopkbtt. 


NUMBXB OF N0N< 
RB8IDBNT8 A88B88BD 

ON Pbopbbtt. 


NnVBBB OF PXB80N8 

AaaxasxD. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indl. 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indl. 
viduais. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


Total. 


Bbibtol — Cod. 




















Soekonk, .... 


336 


- 


886 


219 


6 


224 


669 


67 


626 


Someraet, . 




376 


8 


384 


83 


1 


84 


468 


261 


729 


Bwanzey, . 




406 


4 


410 


170 


6 


176 


686 


133 


718 


Taanton, . 




8.341 


487 


3,828 ' 


878 


47 


426 


4,263 


4,969 


9,212 


Weetport, 




701 


7 


708 


279 


9 


288 


906 


162 


1,148 


Totals, 


22.622 


3,628 


26,160 


4,484 


645 


5,027 


31,177 


38,869 


09,686 


DUKS8. 








1 














Ohllmark, 




105 


27 


182 1 


73 


21 


94 


226 


14 


240 


Cottage City, . 


* 


843 


12 


365 


1,041 


12 


1,063 


1,408 


83 


1,491 


BdgartowD, 




374 


8 


377 


602 


2 


604 


881 


188 


1,014 


Gay Head, 




40 


- 


40 

1 


38 


- 


83 


73 


37 


110 


Ootnold, . 




33 


- 


83 


18 


- 


13 


46 


11 


67 


Tiabary, . 




248 


63 


311 


118 


28 


141 


452 


133 


685 


West Tlabory, 




148 


41 


189 


50 


21 


71 


260 


36 


296 


Totals, 


1,201 


146 


1,437 


1,830 


79 


1,909 


8,846 


447 


3.703 


BSSBX. 






















Amesbary, 




1,307 


240 


1,647 


149 


18 


162 


1,709 


1,606 


3,215 


AndoTer, . 




885 


115 


960 


164 


89 


206 


1,158 


766 


1,909 


Beverly, . 




1,562 


369 


1,931 

1 


829 


22 


861 


2,282 


2,163 


4,436 


Boxford, . 




241 


4 


246 


183 


8 


191 


436 


60 


486 


Bradford, . 




700 


67 


757 


168 


26 


183 


940 


708 


1.648 


Danvere, . 




1,109 


176 


1,876 


108 


20 


128 


1,608 


1,146 


2,649 


BMez, 




458 


- 


468 


162 


- 


152 


610 


172 


782 


Georgetown, . 




418 


lis 


631 1 


109 


29 


138 


660 


262 


921 


Gloucester, 




2,878 


192 


8,070 


429 


11 


440 


3,610 


5,068 


9,478 


Groveland, 




607 


_ 


807 


130 


2 


132 


639 


265 


904 


Hamilton, 




246 


- 


246 


466 


9 


466 


711 


2n 


988 


Hayerhlll, 




8,263 


696 


3,949 


182 


37 


219 


4,168 


6,418 


10,581 


Ipswich, • 




762 


182 


984 


817 


39 


266 


1,190 


648 


1,788 


Lawrence, 




4,196 


770 


4,966 


330 


62 


392 


5,368 

] 


9.867 


15,226 


Lynn, 




7,000 


1,671 


8,671 


347 


74 


421 


1 8,992 


14,011 


23.003 


Lynnfleld, 




184 


9 


198 


161 


6 


166 


i 340 


81 


430 


Manchester, 




826 


108 


420 

1 


219 


62 


281 


710 


213 


923 


Marblehead, . 




1,103 


262 


1,366 


265 


29 


284 


1,649 


1.606 


3,265 


Merrimac, 




424 


80 


604 


80 


18 


98 


602 


401 


1,008 


Methnen, . 




846 


20 


875 


288 


17 


306 


. 1.180 


916 


2,006 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



21 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Nnmber 
of ICale 


Tax 

oneaoh 

MalePoU. 


Valus Of 


> asbesbbd psbsonal 
Estate. 


Value of Assebbbd Real Estate. 


Poll! 
AMoned. 


Excluding 
1 Resident 
Bank Stock. 


Beaident 
Bank 
Stock. 


Total. 


BnildlngB, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


Total. 


321 


$2 00 


$244,435 


. 


$244,485 


$316,260 


$342,865 


$659,125 


518 


2 00 


188,615 


- 


188,615 


482,290 


398.228 


880,518 


42T 


2 00 


192,954 


$800 


193,254 


258,750 


363,125 


621.875 


7,160 


200 


4,030,980 


1,042,555 


5,073,494 


8,914,360 


6,000,110 


13,914,470 


688 


2 00 


213,875 


- 


213,875 


619,920 


630,705 


1,250,625 


M,T99 


- 


$50,876,510 


$6,859,824 


$66,286,384 | 


$60,128,450 


$45,610,418 


$105,738,868 


111 


t2 00 


$27,108 


- 


$27,103 


$71,689 


$116,887 


$188,076 


20S 


2 00 


n,926 


- 


77,926 


1,053,400 


406,475 


1.459.875 


900 


2 00 


112,174 


$18,974 


181,148 


268,305 


305,705 


574,010 


87 


1 60 


4,936 


- 


4,936 


11,422 


7,536 


18,958 


38 


2 00 


16,864 


- 


16,364 


100,687 


105,746 


206,883 


SCO 


2 00 


79,406 


- 


79,406 


468,521 


251,194 


719,716 


150 


2 00 


57.788 


- 


57,783 


188,418 


139,087 


822,505 


1,276 


$375,691 


$18,974 


$394,665 


$2,167,392 


$1,832,130 


$3,489,522 


S,S06 


^2 00 


$778,578 


$207,295 


$985,868 


$2,682,756 


$1,807,260 


$3,940,016 


i;sii 


200 


942,807 


118,712 


1,061,519 


2,118,494 


1,288,737 


3.407.231 


3^ 


200 


8,255,775 


189,062 


3,394,837 


5,042,060 


5,387.500 


10.429.550 


202 


200 


80,515 


- 


80.515 


224,466 


338.450 


602,915 


1450 


200 


324,418 


- 


824,418 


1,330,041 


821,682 


2.151.573 


2,0<1 


200 


877,700 


65.260 


942.960 


2,091,040 


1.882,810 


3.478.850 


474 


800 


144,521 


- 


144.521 


415,172 


318,441 


738.618 


616 


200 


192,325 


16,100 


208.425 


508.580 


275,615 


784.195 


7,880 


2 00 


3,368,950 


728,528 


4.097,478 


6,356,400 


5,167,300 


11.528,700 


640 


2 00 


187,406 


- 


187.406 


545,294 


212,599 


757,893 


S78 


2 00 


296,544 


- 


206,544 


406,705 


404,853 


811,558 


8.654 


2 00 


3,876,092 


810,270 


4,686,362 


8,259,060 


7,490,893 


15,749,943 


1,135 


2 00 


781,154 


15,900 


747,054 


1,290,980 


759,746 


2,050.676 


12,780 


200 


7,760,476 


669,243 


8,438,718 


14,294.575 


10,703,800 


24.997.875 


18^401 


2 00 


i 9.692,449 


1,323,126 


11,015,574 ' 


20,455,525 


17,988,872 


38.444,397 


228 


2 00 


] n,462 


- 


77,452 


275,975 


255,327 


531,302 


477 


2 00 


8,844,572 


- 


3,844,572 | 


1,548,185 


1,302,972 


2,851,107 


2,886 


2 00 


716,700 


152,780 


868,480 , 


2,613.000 


1.986,650 


4,599,650 


649 


200 


254,172 


69,790 


328,962 


683.755 


303,507 


987,262 


1,450 


200 

1 


856,671 


51,260 


907,931 


1.568.725 


995,570 


2,564,295 



22 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aggregates of Polls, Propestt, Taxxs, 



COUNTIES. CITIES 


Total 
Valuation 

OP 

Assessed 

Estate 

MatI, 

1994. 


Tax fob State, County, and Citt ob Town 
PuBPosEs, nrcLUDiNa Oveblatinos. 


Rate 

OF 

Total 
Tax 


AND TOWNB. 


On 

Personal 

Estate. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 
Polls. 


Total. 


FEB 

$1,000. 


Bbistol — Con. 












Beekonk, . 




$g03,560 


$2,444 


$6,691 


$642 


$9,677 


$10 00 


Somerset, 




1,019,183 


2.010 


12,767 


1,036 


16,818 


14 50 


Bwanzey, . 




816,120 


2,783 


8,955 


864 


12,602 


14 40 


TanotOD, . 




18,087.064 


89.294 


244,894 


14,820 


848,608 


17 60 


Westport, 




1,464,500 


8.422 


20,010 


1,366 


24,798 


16 00 


Totals, 


$161,976,202 


$901,854 


$1,733,670 


$109,698 


$2,745,022 


- 


Ddkbs. 




1 












Chllmark, 




$215,179 


$260 


$1.T41 


$222 


$2,213 


$0 26 


Cottage City, . 




1.637,800 


1,216 


22,774 


624 


24,614 


16 00 


Bdgartown, 




706.158 


1,574 


6,888 


720 


0,182 


12 00 


Gay Head, 




28.804 


49 


261 


56 


866 


10 00 


GosDold, . 




222,747 1 


76 


048 


76 


1,000 


4 00 


Tilbury, . 




709,121 


968 


8,636 


618 


10,207 


12 00 


West Tisbary, 




380,288 


347 


1,985 


318 


2,600 


600 


Totals, 


$8,884,187 

1 


$4,464 


$43,183 


$2,533 


$50,180 


- 


Essex. 
















Amesbnry, 




$4,925,884 


$16,182 


$60,676 


$5,016 


$80,874 


$15 40 


AodoTer, . 




4.468.750 


17,515 


66,219 


2,622 


76.356 


16 60 


Beverly, . 




18,824,887 


63,638 


164,787 


6,726 


226.161 


16 80 


Bozford, . 




643,480 


902 


6,266 


404 


7,671 


11 20 


Bradford, . 




2,476.901 


5.969 


39,589 


2,618 


48,076 


18 40 


Dan vers, . 




4,416.810 , 


15.841 


58,860 


4.082 


78,288 


16 80 


Essex, 




878.134 1 


2,486 , 


12.618 


948 


16,052 


17 10 


Georgetown, . 




992.620 


3,388 


12,745 


1.232 


17,366 


16 25 


Gloaeester, 




16,621,178 


68,838 


193,698 


16,660 


278,096 


16 80 


Groveland, 




945.209 


3,186 


12,884 


1,280 


17,350 


17 00 


Hamilton, 




1.108.102 


1,915 


5.904 


656 


8,875 


7 00 


Haverhill, 




20.436.305 


88,417 


280.349 


17,808 


381,074 


17 80 


Ipswich, . 




2.797.730 ' 


10,627 


28.370 


2,270 


41.267 


13 80 


Lawrence, 




33,436.593 


135.019 


309,966 


26,660 


660.645 


16 00 


Lynn, 




49.459.971 


189.468 


661.243 


36.982 


887,603 


17 20 


Lynnfield, 




608,754 


968 


6.652 


456 


8,076 


12 50 


Manchester, 




6.695.679 i 


28.835 


21.384 


954 


51.173 


750 


Marblehead, . 




5.468,130 


16,546 


82,384 


4,772 


102,662 


17 90 


Merrlmac, 




1.311,224 


6,669 


17,182 


1.298 


24,000 


17 50 


Methaen, . 




8,472,226 

1 


14,513 


48,608 


2,918 


61.024 


17 00 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



23 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



N amber 


Number 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number 
of 


numbkr and 
Value of Fowl 


of 
Horses 


of 

Cows 

Assessed. 


of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 


NeetOaUle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


of 

Bwlne 

Assessed. 


1 
Acres of ^ 

Land , 

Assessed. ' 


A88B88ED. 

Number. Value. 


460 


828 


66 


112 


387 


307 


11,025 


3.870 


•1,354 


29T 


828 


- 


66 


27 


420 


4,726 


3,810 


1,005 


506 


708 


- 


80 


64 


340 


13,220 


10,945 


3,283 


1,S4S 


702 


3 


56 


8 


4,335 


26,222 


1,000 


900 


737 


1,005 


95 


187 


93 


718 


28,676 1 


30.913 


12.400 


14,977 


11,002 


816 


1,408 


1,663 


28,611 


317,683 


112.933 


$44,200 


104 


70 


8,365 


70 


12 


122 


10,096 

1 


- 


- 


140 


126 


- 


- 


- 


1,072 


3,423 


1 


- 


108 


274 


970 


83 


- 


861 


11.660 


- 


- 


12 


22 


- 


51 


- 


54 


1,463 


211 


$73 


31 


47 


2,660 


10 


- 


45 


8,484 


- 


- 


183 


61 


11 


4 


- 


887 


8,986 


1 


- 


158 


167 


1,613 


101 


- 


181 


11,480 


- 


- 


681 


776 


8,619 


819 


12 


2.172 


50,471 


211 


$73 


558 


328 


4 


72 


78 


1,603 


7,389 


- 


- 


735 


894 


8 


126 


148 


1.047 


18.469 


- 


- 


1,061 


660 


- 


2 


- 


2,126 


8.656 


1 


- 


226 


422 


42 


104 


67 


192 


13,800 


4,088 


$2,044 


418 


296 


9 


10 


90 


867 


4.623 


- 


- 


752 


722 


80 


- 


- 


1,342 


7,400 


2,600 


1,800 


287 


4D4 


- 


30 


60 


414 


7,841 


3.235 


970 


810 


253 


45 


66 


27 


486 


7,648 


1,170 


585 


1.158 


621 


- 


9 


- 


3,624 


9.878 


- 


- 


241 


206 


8 


42 


73 


426 


5.230 


6.713 


2,856 


810 


888 


5 


99 


44 


540 


0,652 


2.626 


1,462 


2,000 


807 


81 


74 


241 


5,288 


15.620 


510 


240 


600 


880 


65 


208 


256 


801 


16,616 


7,021 


3.610 


1,786 


215 


- 


5 


20 


6,831 


3,270 


1 


- 


2,814 


842 


^ 


- 


- 


10,102 


4.426 


1 1.484 


742 


200 


907 


- 


19 


115 


188 


6,138 


6.026 


3,012 


806 


140 


- 


11 


12 


449 


4.385 




- 


888 


274 


- 


7 


- 


1,671 


2.403 


- 


- 


257 


230 


5 


49 


68 


698 


4.056 

1 


1 


- 


715 


1,177 




168 


293 


951 


13,449 


8.300 


1,155 



24 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 













Aggreqates 


OF Polls, 


Propestt, Taxes, 




Number or j 
Residents Assessed 


1 Number of Non- 
Residents Assessed 


1 

Number op Persons 
Assessed. 


COUNTIKS, CmEB 


ON 


Propertt. 


ON 


Property. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indi. 
viduals. 


AU 
Others. 


Total. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


ToUl. 


Essex ^ Con. 








i 

1 










MlddletoD, 




196 


22 


218 


124 


35 


159 


1,377 


75 


1,452 


Nahant, . 






170 


4 


174 


148 


9 


157 


831 


128 


454 


Newbury, 






302 


9 


811 


188 


7 


195 


606 


152 


658 


Newbaryport, . 






1,722 


347 


2,069 


169 


20 


189 


2,258 


2,618 


4,871 


North Andover 


t 




446 


77 


623 


150 


39 


189 


712 


698 


1,405 


Peabody, . 






1,872 


66 


1,437 


236 


24 


260 


1,697 


2,111 


3,808 


Rookport, 






941 


16 


966 


186 


9 


104 


1,150 


632 


1,782 


Rowley, . 






888 


18 


886 


206 


11 


217 


653 


127 


680 


Salem, 






8,202 


846 


3,647 


811 


14 


325 


3,872 


7,618 


11,485 


Salisbury, 






302 


27 


329 


355 


68 


423 


752 


158 


905 


Saagus, . 






770 


76 


846 


387 


60 


447 


1,293 


692 


1,986 


SwampBOOtt, 






562 


16 


578 


206 


14 


820 


798 


301 


1,189 


Topsfleld, 






217 


37 


254 


79 


8 


87 


841 


03 


484 


Wenham, . 






239 


4 


243 


149 


2 


151 


894 


88 


482 


West Newbury, 




360 


62 


412 


45 


11 


56 


468 


248 


716 


Totals, 


39,649 


6,067 


46,636 


7,874 


852 


8,226 


54,862 


63,113 


117,976 


Franklin. 




















Ashfleld 


270 


14 


284 


51 


4 


65 


330 


67 


396 


BernardstoD, . 






218 


4 


222 


72 


1 


73 


205 


46 


841 


Buokland, 






880 


1 


331 


75 


5 


80 


411 


219 


630 


Oharlemont, . 






266 


6 


202 


88 


- 


88 


300 


108 


402 


Colrain, . 






313 


6 


318 


67 


- 


67 


876 


130 


504 


CoDway, . 






293 


6 


299 


82 


2 


84 


888 


106 


401 


Deerfleld, . 






655 


6 


661 


117 


16 


133 


794 


800 


1,184 


ErvlDg, . 






207 


7 


214 


66 


7 


73 


287 


119 


406 


Gill, . 






177 


4 


181 


24 


2 


26 


207 


76 


283 


GreenAeld, 






909 


111 


1,020 


82 


18 


100 


1,120 


1,054 


2,174 


Hawley, . 






134 


- 


134 


64 


2 


66 


190 


37 


227 


Heath, 






183 


- 


133 


52 


- 


62 


185 

• 


83 


30S 


Leverett, . 






198 


4 


202 


80 


4 


84 


286 


65 


841 


Leyden, . 






80 


5 


85 


43 


2 


45 


180 


29 


150 


Monroe, . 






50 


- 


50 


18 


- 


13 


68 


02 


186 


Montague, 






733 


53 


786 


828 


6 


sao 


1,116 


1,138 


2,253 


New Salem, 




• 


194 


15 


209 


86 


12 


97 


806 


82 


888 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



25 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Namber 
of Male 

Polls 
AsoeMed. 



Tax 

on each 

Male Poll 



231 

230 

402 

3,830 

1,037 

3,068 

1,245 

396 

9,351 

376 

1,250 

785 

270 

270 

536 



00,057 

290 
224 

4n 

318 
S92 
369 
843 
288 
235 

1,825 
160 
146 
222 
97 
106 

1J09 
211 



Value or AsdESsvD Personal 
i Estate. 



' Exclndiog 
I ReBident 
' Bank Stock 



ResldeDt 
Bank 
Stock. 



Total. 



$2 00 
3 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
S 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



2 00 i! 

l|. 



^ 00 

S 00 

2 00 

8 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 OO 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 I, 

2 00 I, 

2 00 |( 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 



$59,624 

2,434,139 

148,290 

2,200.400 

669,013 

2,083,950 

288,060 

92,215 

10,925,412 

54,265 

261,825 

1,529,675 



$499,877 

260,000 
63,396 

928,088 



$59,624 

2.434,139 

148,290 

2.700,277 

569,013 

2,343,950 

351,476 

92,215 

11,853,600 

54,265 

261,825 

1,520,675 



W«,W)0 


~ 


inn.'joo 


117,626 


- 


117,625 


104,127 


- 


104,127 


$59,528,196 


$6,118,686 


$65,646,882 


$91,277 


• 


$91,277 


69,770 


- 


69.770 


80,021 


- 


80,021 


73,520 


- 


78,520 


157,084 


- 


157,084 


154,619 


$33,966 


188,585 


161,827 


- 


161,827 


91,771 


- 


91.771 


72,285 


- 


72,285 


1,030,767 


220,822 


1.269,080 


33,271 


- 


33.271 


68,378 


- 


63.378 


61.784 


- 


61,734 


27,010 


- 


27.010 


48,817 


- 


48,317 


693,892 


56,910 


749,802 


46,800 


- 


46,300 



Value of Assessed Real Estate. 



Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 



Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 



Total. 



$259,922 

1,350,144 

360,850 

4,786,860 

1,454,729 

3,055,270 

1,245,582 

301,513 

10,601,900 

822,196 

1,711,990 

1,968,700 

286,390 

828.950 

475.200 



$101,170,852 

$206,640 

148,945 

242,930 

138,045 

190,645 

242,645 

662,425 

194,784 

167,405 

2,280,060 

89,441 

28,625 

81,030 

41,297 

69,411 

1,775.565 

107,715 



$216,828 

1,008,070 
455,870 

3,252,050 
816,429 

2,142.880 

1,001,214 
242,480 

6,861,300 
280,376 
973,950 

1,650,835 
209,390 
227,275 
304,255 



$76,285,075 

$191,274 

155,279 

204,200 

140.068 

204.570 

263,081 

755.744 

95,846 

228,016 

1,537,004 

76,866 

96.660 

140,400 

93,913 

35,080 

1,021,895 

139,456 



$476,750 
2.358.814 

816.720 
7.038,900 
2,271.158 
5,198,160 
2,246.796 

643,948 

16,468,200 

• 

652.570 
2,686,940 
3.619.625 
495,780 
656,225 
779,465 



$177,466,927 

$897,914 
299.224 
447.130 
274,018 
396.216 
506.726 

1,418.160 
290.180 
800.421 

3.817.073 
114.807 
124.286 
221,430 
135,210 
94,441 

2,797,460 
247,170 



26 



POLLS, iPROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOOREOATES OF POLLS, FrOPEKTT, TaXES, 



COUNTIES, 


CITIEB 


. Total 
Valuation 

OP 

assbssed 

Estate 

MatI, 

ISM. 


Tax for State, County, and Citt or Towh 
Purposes, nrcLumNo Oyerlatings. 


Rate 

OF 

Total 
Tax 

PER 

$1,000. 


AND TO\vnB, 


On 

Personal 

EsUte. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 
Polls. 


TotaL 


Essex — Con. 










Mlddleton, 




$536,374 


$S82 


$7,061 


$462 


$8,406 


$14 80 


Nfthant, . 






4,792,353 


15,822 


15,328 


460 


31.610 


6 50 


Newbury, 






965,010 


1,483 


8,167 


804 


10,464 


10 00 


Newbnryport, 




• • • 


9,739,177 


42,394 


110,511 


7,660 


160,565 


15 70 


North Andover 


9 




2,840,171 


J 7,966 


31,796 


2,074 


41,836 


14 00 


Peabody, . 






7,642,100 


i 41,258 


91,487 


6,136 


138,876 


17 60 


Rockport, 






2,598,272 


5,623 


35,949 


2,490 


44.062 


16 00 


Rowley, . 






636,158 


922 


5,439 


792 


7,153 


10 00 


^lem, ' 






28,316,700 


199,139 


276,582 


18,702 


494,423 


16 80 


Salisbury, 






606,885 


651 


6,631 


762 


8.034 


12 00 


BaugUB, . 






2,947.766 


4,818 


49,421 


2,500 


56.739 


18 40 


Bwampscott, 






5,149,200 


16,826 


39,815 


1,570 


58,211 


11 00 


Topsfield, 






888,065 


4,315 


5,454 


540 


10,809 


1100 


Wenham, . 






678,850 


1,364 


6,452 


540 


8,366 


11 00 


West Newbury, 




883,582 


1,197 


8,964 


1.070 


11.231 


11 50 


Totals, 


$248,102,809 


$1,017,577 


$2,863,725 


$180,114 


$4,061,416 


- 


Franklin. 














Ashfleld, . 


• • 


$489,191 


$1,552 


$6,764 


$580 


$8,896 


$17 00 


Bernardston, 






868,994 


837 


3,591 


448 


4,876 


12 00 


Buckland, 






527,151 


1,404 


7,808 


054 


10.166 


17 50 


Charlemont, . 






347,583 


1,470 


5,480 


686 


7,586 


20 00 


Colrain, 






552,299 


2,357 


5,928 


784 


9,069 


15 00 


Conway, . 






604,311 


3,300 


8,851 


788 


12.889 


17 50 


Deerfield, . 






1,579,996 


1,715 


15.033 


1,686 


18.434 


10 60 


Ervlng, . 






381,901 


2,111 

1 


6,673 


576 


9.360 


23 00 


GUI, . . 






462,666 


722 


3,904 


450 


6,076 


10 00 


Greenfield, 






5,086,162 


17,767 


58,439 


8.650 


74,856 


14 00 


Hawloy, . 






148,078 


799 


2,755 


338 


8,892 


24 00 


Heath, 






187,663 


1.142 


2,288 


292 


8,672 


18 00 


Leverett, . 






283,164 


864 


8,100 


444 


4.406 


14 00 


Leyden, . 






162,220 


450 


2.241 


194 


2.885 


16 60 


Monroe, . 






142,758 


652 


1,277 


212 


2,141 


13 50 


Montague, 






3,547,262 


10,422 


88,885 


3.418 


52,725 


13 90 


New Salem, 




•* 


293,470 


671 


8,585 


422 


4,678 

1 


14 50 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



27 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 

of 
HonM 



156 
124 



402 
843 
296 
2B1 
1,472 
180 
3S5 
316 
234 



21,613 



Number 

of 

Cows 



Number 

of 

Sheep 

AsaesMd. 



Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cowe 

Aseeued. 



269 
99 
897 
255 
1,Q06 
658 
167 
353 
699 
306 
544 
102 
609 
887 
667 



16,887 



887 


974 


282 


524 


248 


522 


885 


408 


521 


791 


414 


988 


698 


1.041 


168 


134 


206 


444 


885 


748 


146 


886 


204 


303 


340 


876 


142 


254 


84 


125 


M6 


558 


208 


282 



45 

45 
37 

17 



8 

6 
12 
37 



455 

1,382 

800 

710 

1,475 

1,873 

1,055 

189 

45 

193 

311 

717 

656 

64 

422 

159 

93 

119 



8 

252 

6 

121 

54 

6 

107 

9 

123 

10 

8 

80 

31 

180 



2,058 

459 
223 
239 
218 
548 
208 
385 
•41 
212 
256 
200 
270 
124 
184 

51 
155 

99 



Number 

of 

Swine 

AeaeMed. 



27 
139 

129 

1,578 

52 
67 
51 
5 
67 
104 
48 
40 



3,874 

168 

122 

188 

95 

204 

136 

101 

29 

78 

202 

62 

63 

90 

45 

15 

178 

46 



Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houeet 
A Messed. 



Number 

of 
Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. 



215 
845 
302 

2,621 
728 

1,709 
833 
814 

4,648 
525 
970 
797 
233 
231 
882 



54,668 

247 
202 
344 
232 
314 
280 
630 
210 
163 

1,134 

117 

120 

180 

93 

43 

1,000 
215 



8,398 
463 

13,614 
4,576 

15,561 
9,050 
8,182 

10,477 
3,827 
8,436 
5,750 
1,444 
7,275 
4,530 
8,121 



275,151 

24,118 

13,067 

11,721 

15,496 

25,253 

22,976 

20,060 

8,446 

8,208 

10,600 

17,308 

14,995 

12,937 

9,500 

6,907 

16,500 

17,008 



Number and 


Valus op Fowl 


Assessed. 


Number. 


Value. 


4,062 

1 


$2,016 


5,084 


1,706 


6,690 


3,385 


4,814 


2,501 


2,044 

1 


1,026 


2,975 


885 


7,180 


3,500 


2,264 


1,132 


3,630 


1,815 


4,150 


2,075 


4,580 


2,290 


85,014 


$40,247 


455 


$14 


1,131 


563 


4,640 


1,547 


3,908 

• 


1,568 


1 

' 3,335 


1,334 


1 ~ 


- 



538 



4,511 



102 



1,608 



28 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AoaREOATBs OP PoLLS, Pbopbrty, Taxes, 



OOUXTIES, CITIES 


Number of 

Residents Assessed 

ON Property. 


Number of Non- 
residents Assessed 
ON Property. 


Number of Persons 
Assessed. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indi. 
viduals. 

1 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indl- 
vidoala. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


ToCaL 


Franklin — Con. 












• 




Northtield, 




482 


80 


471 


121 


12 


133 


004 1 


150 


764 


Oraogep . 




1,000 


72 


1,072 


163 


26 


188 


1.260 


847 I 


2,107 


Kowe, 




09 


8 


102 


53 


8 


56 


158 


160 


318 


Shelbnrne, 




340 


20 


300 


47 


4 


61 


420 


168 


688 


Shutesburyp 




134 




134 


125 


1 


126 


260 


26 


286 


Sunderlaod, 




177 


1 


178 


60 




60 


238 


74 


312 


Wftrwiok. 




100 


32 


192 


101 


43 


144 


336 


■ 88 


374 


Wondellp . 




118 


6 


123 


162 


7 


159 


282 


80 


321 


WlMtely, . 




101 


3 104 


70 - 4 


74 


268 


73 
6,251 


341 


TotaU, 


7,801 


425 


8,226 


2,206 


180 


2.386 


10,612 


15,863 


Hampden. 




















Agawam, 




463 


39 


502 


121 


19 


140 


642 


220 


862 


Blandford, 




203 


6 


208 


67 


6 


78 


281 


40 


330 


Brimfleld, 




227 


7 


234 


74 


6 


80 


314 


88 


402 


Chester, . 




287 


5 


292 


68 


3 


71 


863 


280 


1 503 

1 


Chioopee, . 




1,429 


45 


1,474 


255 


21 


276 


1,760 


2,807 


4,647 


Granville, 




311 


- 


311 


61 


1 _ 


61 


372 


60 


431 


Hampden, 




183 


1 


184 


80 


- 


89 


273 


75 


348 


Holland, . 




45 


2 


47 


48 j 12 


60 


107 


13 


120 


Holyoke, . 




1,776 


1,063 


2,838 


177 


t 


177 


3,015 


8,207 


, 11.222 


Longmeadow, . 




375 


10 


385 


78 


6 


84 


469 


310 


788 


Lndlow, . 




288 


6 


294 


70 


2 


72 


366 


351 


717 


Monson, . 




517 


53 


570 


94 


19 


113 


683 


427 


1,110 


Montgomery, . 




75 


- 


76 


47 


1 ' 


48 


123 


13 


130 


Palmer, . 




' 723 


87 


760 


127 


• 3 


130 


890 


1,147 


2,037 


RuSMfll, . 




00 


1 


100 


36 


7 


43 


143 


136 


270 


Boathwick, 

• 




256 


4 


260 


78 ; 10 


88 


848 


71 


410 


Springfield, 




7,389 


455 


7,844 


463 


1 

14 


477 


8,321 


10.416 


1 18,737 


Tolland, . 




80 


- 


80 


1 
46 i 


46 


126 


19 


i 1« 


Wales, 




154 


6 


160 


60 5 


65 


225 


109 


3;^ 


Westfield, 




1,609 


285 


1,894 


164 , 33 

1 


197 


2.091 


1,717 


' 3,808 


West Springfield, . 




670 


6 


676 


170 


10 


180 


865 


065 


1,880 


Wilbraham, . 




250 


12 


262 


68 1 6 


64 


326 


175 


601 


Totals, 


17,408 


2,042 > 19,450 


2.460 183 

1 


2,643 


22,003 


27,704 


40,707 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



29 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 

of Male 

PolU 



Tax 

on each 

Male Poll. 



4»2 
1,694 
240 
421 
133 
226 
172 
154 
264 



11,707 

628 
223 
271 
445 

3,855 

255 

200 

40 

0,M2 
504 

5n 

088 

75 

1,712 

217 

287 

14,023 

80 

216 

2,873 

381 
40,046 I 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



Valuk or AssEBssD Personal 
Estate. 



Excluding 

Resident 

Bank Stock. 



$101,627 
608,835 
81,433 
172,076 
19,989 
49,086 
60,550 
49,211 
80.221 



$4,037,820 

$184,064 

103,655 

57,542 

75,742 

2,275,850 

88,316 

64,670 

9,091 i 

9,368,660 

167,060 

260,938 

477,695 

23,065 

782,923 

157,231 

64,123 

10,052,170 

29,942 

66,671 

1,782,586 

355,986 

135,676 



Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 



$61,720 



35,305 



$407,223 



$42,250 



584,255 



79,948 



25,740 



1,413,355 



282,063 



Total. 



$101,627 
560,555 
31,433 
207,381 
19,989 
49,085 
60,550 
49,211 
80,221 



$4,445,043 

$184,964 

103,655 

57,542 

75,742 

2,318,100 

88,316 

64,670 

0,091 

6,897,915 

167,060 

260,938 

557,643 

23,065 

808,663 

157,231 

64,123 

12,365,525 

29,942 

66,671 

2,064,649 

855,986 

135,676 



$24,474,556 $2,377,611 



$26,852,167 



Value or Assessed Real Estate. 


Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


Total. 


$373,883 


$394,830 


$768,713 


1,638,316 


708,290 


2,246,606 


71,351 


82,588 


153,939 


391,130 


804,330 


095,460 


40,647 


106.149 


146.796 


118,400 


245,466 


863,866 


73,420 


172,000 


245,420 


68.820 


114,069 


182,889 


142.840 


188,004 


330,844 


$9,416,423 


$7,687,926 


$17,104,349 


$660,005 


$656,696 


$1,107,391 


142,500 


184,225 


326,725 


154,617 


193,531 


348,148 


201.805 


176,068 


' 466,863 


4,118,630 


1,606,600 


6,625,320 


113,210 


145,466 


268,676 


157,470 


188,481 


345,001 


17,089 


64,417 


81,506 


12,846,777 


7,011,073 


10,860,850 


413,050 


642,450 


056,600 


403,710 


202,409 


786,200 


778,310 


403,420 


1.181,730 


33,450 


85,670 


119,120 


1,434,411 


478,404 


1,012,816 


201,255 


64,339 


365,504 


193,710 


. 261,748 


446,468 


22,592,585 


21,491,315 


44,083,900 


40,205 


70,380 


110,645 


142,160 


68,604 


210,764 


8.273,647 


2,283,371 


5,557,018 


2,040,355 


1,414,160 


3,454,524 


346,920 


262.055 


608.975 


$50,465,621 


$37,734,006 


$88,199,627 



30 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AoaBBOATBS or Poixs, Pbopbrtt, Taxes, 



COUNTIES. CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 


Total j 
Valuation 

of 

Absbbsed 

Estate 

MatI, 

1894. 


1 Tax for State, County, and City ob Town 
Purposes, including Oysblayinob. 


Rati 

OF 

Total 
Tax 

PER 

$1,000. 


On 

Personal 

EAUte. 


1 
On Real 
Estate. 


On 

Polls. 


Total. 


Fbamklin — Con. 














Northfleld, 




$870,840 


$1,316 


$9,879 


$984 


$12,179 


$12 80 


OraDge, . 




2,807,100 


10,090 


40,439 


8,388 


53.917 


18 00 


llowe. 




185,372 


550 


2,694 


480 


3,724 


17 SO 


Shelburne, 




002,841 


3,007 


10,084 


842 


18.033 


14 SO 


8hatesbary» . 




160,785 


439 


8,214 


266 


8,919 


22 00 


StiDderlaod, 




412,050 


442 


8.071 


452 


8,966 


00 


Warwick, 




805,970 


086 


4.002 


844 


6.332 


16 30 


Wendell, . 




282,100 


084 


8.058 


808 


4.960 


20 00 


Whately, . 




411,065 


963 


8,970 


528 


6.461 


12 00 


Totals, 


$21,649,802 


$07,012 


$252,568 


$28,414 


$342,989 


- 


Hampden. 














Agawam, . 




$1,202,355 


$2,867 


$17,164 


$1,266 


$21,287 


$16 50 


Blandford, 




430,380 


1,638 


5.248 


446 


7,332 


16 00 


Brimfield, 




405.090 


1,028 


6,186 


642 


7,755 


17 76 


Chester, . 




542,605 


1,136 


7,008 


890 


9,029 


15 00 


Ohlcopee, . 




7,943.420 

1 


31,990 


77,620 


7,710 


117,829 


13 80 


GranTllIe, 




841,902 


1,916 


6,960 


510 


8,876 


23 00 


Hampden, 




410,571 


776 


4,151 


400 


6,327 


12 00 


Holland, . 




90.597 


182 


1,630 


98 


1,910 

1 


90 00 


Holyoke, . 




26,754,765 


1 103,409 


297.863 


19,064 


421,286 ; 


16 00 


Longmeadow, . 




1,122,560 


1,095 


9.569 


1.188 


11,852 


50 


Ladlow, . 




1,047,147 


' 3,236 


9,749 


1,154 


14,139 < 


12 40 


Monson, . 




1,730,378 


1 9,480 


20,080 


1,966 


81,535 ! 


17 00 


Montgomery, . 




142,185 


288 


1,489 


150 


1,927 


12 SO 


Palmer, . 




2,721,478 


13,506 


31,944 


8,424 


48.873 


16 70 


Russell, . 




512,825 


2,201 


4,978 


434 


7,613 ' 


14 00 


Southwick, 


■ 


509,576 


1 978 


6,773 


534 


8,285 ' 


15 25 


Springfield, 




56,449,425 


148,386 

1 


529,007 


1 20,246 


706,639 


12 00 


Tolland, . 




140,.'>87 


' 630 


1.991 


160 


2,690 


18 00 


Wales, . 




277,436 


700 


2,212 


432 


3,344 


10 50 


WestfJeld, 




7,621,667 


35,099 


94,469 


5,746 


135,314 , 


17 00 


West Springfield, .. 




3,810,510 


4,984 


48.363 


3,0S0 


56.427 


' 14 00 


Wilbrahara, . 




744,651 


1.492 


6.699 


762 


8.953 
$l.63r.222 


11 00 


Totsls, 


$115,051,794 


$366,985 


$1,190,146 

1 


$80,092 

1 


- 


— - — 




— — 


— 


1 


1 




~—~j:r~- — 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 19. 



31 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number Number 

of of 

Horaee | Cows 

A ancMc d. I Asacued. 



Namber 

of 

Sheep 

Aaseesed. 



Number 

of Number 

Neat Cattle of 

other Swine 

than Cow8 | Awesied. 
Asseseed. ; 



Number 


Number 


of 


of 


Dwelling 


Acres of 


HouaeB 


Land 


Aaaeaaed. 


Aaaeaaed. 



fiS6 
823 
146 
388 
182 
2M 
200 
150 
331 



8,574 

677 
350 
288 
281 
850 
259 
223 
57 
1,733 
499 
356 
552 
101 
580 
126 
337 
8,112 
117 
177 
1,322 
538 
285 



725 
602 
100 
780 
123 
613 
248 
146 
601 



12,960 

1,236 

720 

840 

420 

548 

576 

858 

102 

556 

753 

821 

878 

226 

771 

117 

688 

471 

881 

171 

1,001 

091 

562 



12,706 



12,821 



292 

88 

407 

989 

39 

40 

78 

1 

58 



11,205 

15 

626 

194 

836 

10 

222 

94 

5 

2 

47 

27 

90 

83 

76 

102 

857 

2 

156 

188 

S5 

7 

20 



2,579 



252 

127 

241 

489 

43 

117 

49 

52 

306 



5,044 

229 
422 
829 
294 

78 
254 
195 
105 
• 62 
109 
209 
488 
124 
180 

49 
187 

27 
230 

90 
216 
106 
220 



213 
133 
34 
120 
38 
79 
74 
44 
86 



2,673 

165 

128 

102 

46 

56 

123 

80 

22 

54 

133 

105 

158 

46 

142 

81 

117 

168 

30 

40 

159 

87 

59 



4,152 



2,060 



387 
1,018 
125 
315 
123 
146 
163 
185 
197 



8,142 

486 
219 
219 
341 

2,066 

228 

207 

61 

3,870 
427 
802 
685 
62 
903 
157 
240 

8,564 

93 

162 

1,997 
974 
208 



22,610 



19,364 
20,299 
15,518 
13,888 
16,057 
8,196 
22,239 
19,159 
12,076 



NUUBBR AND 

Value or Fowl 

AS8E88BD. 



Number. 



Value. 



I 



401,975 1 

14,000 
30,132 
20,677 
21,588 
12,800 
27,000 
11,800 

7,428 

8,688 
13,456 
16,011 
25,709 

8,701 
17,200 

8,518 
17,889 
16,807 
18,473 

9,256 
26,011 

9,425 

12,824 

853,343 







1,906 


$935 


l,60.'i 


802 


3,275 


1,072 


1,220 


562 


650 


334 


1,425 


427 


453 


136 


29,052 


<l 10,954 


7,964 


$3,186 


8,167 


1,385 


87 


11 


1,100 


440 


4,914 


59 


664 


199 


1,632 


410 


1,110 


330 


1,857 


748 


6,047 


2,180 


19 


8 


545 


272 


76 


38 


3,798 


944 


1,436 


385 


60 


18 


2,067 


1,034 


884 


358 


87,376 


$11,995 



32 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aqoregates of Polls, Propektt, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, 
AND TO^ 


CITIES 


- — - 1 

nuxbbb op 

Residents Assessed 

ON Property. 


Number of Non- 
residents Assessed 
ON Pbofbbtt. 


■ Number of Persons 
Assessed. 


iVNB. 

IRE. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indi- 
viduals. 

1 


All 
Others. 


Total. 

i 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


t 
Total. 


Hamprh 








Amherst, .... 


909 


10 


928 ■ 


, 83 


- 


83 


1,011 


347 


M58 


Belcbertown, . 






480 


10 


490 


158 


23 


181 

1 


671 


181 


862 


Chesterfield, . 






160 


1 


170 


66 


1 


67 


237 


65 


292 


Cnmmington, 






183 


7 


190 


88 


3 


41 

1 


281 


42 


273 


Easthamptoo, 






611 


80 


550 


76 


4 


80 


630 


609 


1,239 


Enfield, . 






192 


22 


214 

1 


44 


2 


46 


260 


151 


411 


Goshen, . 






70 


1 


71 


44 


1 


45 


116 


20 


136 


Qranby, . 






185 


1 


186 


94 


- 


94 ' 


280 

I 


59 


330 


Greenwich, 






142 


- 


142 


66 

1 


8 


69 

1 


211 


36 


247 


Hadley, . 






413 


4 


417 ' 


99 


2 


101 


518 


204 


722 


Hatfield, . 






265 


35 


300 


70 


23 


93 


393 


212 


605 


Huntington, . 






239 


27 


266 


56 


12 


68 


334 


154 


488 


Middlefleld. . 






83 


8 


86 . 


' 34 

1 


3 


37 ' 

1 


123 


36 


159 


Northampton, 






2,168 


112 


2,280 


1 

250 


12 


262 1 


2,542 


2,175 


4,717 


Pelham, . 






130 


1 


131 


{ 130 


2 


182 ' 


263 


19 


282 


PUinfleld, 






114 


6 


120 , 


: 47 


4 


51 


171 


83 


204 


Prescott, . 






113 


15 


128 


70 


14 


84 


212 

1 


28 


240 


South Hadley, 






527 


54 


581 

1 


78 

1 


24 


102 


i 683 


670 


1,853 


Southampton, 






241 


6 


247 


76 


3 


79 1 

1 


826 


96 


421 


Ware, 






701 


82 


783 ' 


79 

1 


7 


80' 


869 


1,172 


2,041 


Westhampton, 






114 


4 


118 


1 

54 


18 


67 
55 1 


185 


S3 


S08 


Williamsburg, 






350 


18 


368 1 

1 


47 


8 


423 


240 


603 


Worthington, 






174 


3 


177 


41 


- 


41 


218 


37 


255 


ToUls, 


8,473 


470 


8,943 ; 

1 


1,800 


164 


1.964 ; 

1 


10,907 

1 


6,508 


17,606 


Middlesex 


. 






1 
1 






1 

1 


! 

1 






Acton, 




503 


8 


511 , 

1 


79 


3 


82 


593 


316 


009 


Arlington, 






884 


122 


1,006 

1 


362 


63 


425 


1 l.«l 


1,243 


2,074 


Ashby, 






323 


12 


335 


82 


2 


84 


419 


68 


472 


Ashland, . 






321 


39 


300 


123 


47 


170 


530 


821 


851 


Ayer, 






856 


49 


405 


111 


27 


138 


543 


360 


912 


Bedford, . 






253 


26 


279 


73 


10 


83 


362 


131 


4gs 


Belmont, . 






817 


60 


377 


145 


36 


181 , 


558 


456 


1,014 


Billerica, . 






458 


10 


468 


87 


4 


91 


659 


296 


855 


Boxborough, 






88 


1 


89 1 

1 


57 


- 


67 


146 


22 


108 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 19. 



33 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Xnmber 
ot Male 


Tax 

on each 

Male Poll. 


Value oi 


A8PB88BD Personal 
Estate. 


Value ov Assessed Real Estate. 


Polls 
AMeeoed. 


Excluding 
Resident 
- Bank Stock. 

$618,503 


Resident 
Bank 
Block. 

$93,733 


Total. 

1 
' 1 

- 1 

$712,286 


Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


Total. 


1,0W 


$2 00 


$1,569,865 


$850,440 


$2,410,295 


675 


200 


115,175 




115,175 


322,380 


388,635 


711,015 


184 


200 


57,167 


- 


57,157 


83,206 


147,163 


230,369 


1»5 


2 00 


63,805 


- 


63,805 


126,260 


106.770 


232,039 


1,0» 


200 


615,662 


66,120 


580,782 


1,379,495 


511.022 


1,890,517 


298 


2 00 I 


221.620 


- 


221,620 


239,675 


146,965 


885,680 


81 


200 1 

1 


21,672 


- 


21,672 


30,016 


86,936 


116,960 


218 


200 1 


54.800 


- 


54,800 


133,616 


236,894 


370,409 


ia» 


200 


76,065 


- 


76,065 


80,580 


100,970 


181,560 


Ul 


2 00 , 

1 


117.125 


- 


117,126 


307,560 


641,770 


849,330 


447 


200 , 


214,801 


- 


214.891 


303,076 


420,479 


723,564 


844 


200 1 


116,120 


- 


116,120 


224,076 


168,716 


392,790 


108 


200 ' 


61,790 


- 


61,700 


60,896 


77,970 


147,866 


3,781 


200 1 


2,142,102 


305,504 


2.447,606 


4,737,690 


2,907,283 


7,644.873 


112 


200 ' 

1 


22,043 


- 


22,043 


66,246 


96,869 


151.104 


141 


200 1 


40,210 


- 


40,210 


41,373 


78,508 


119,881 


126 


200 


22,6n 


- 


22,677 


44,305 


95,685 


139,890 


1,088 


200 

1 


312,105 


- 


312,10a 


1.043,850 


631,286 


1,676,136 


281 


200 


73,077 


- 


73,077 


184,970 


281,872 


416,842 


1,725 


200 


1,024,035 


80,410 


1,104,445 


2,036,126 


943,760 


2,979,886 


129 


200 , 


42,133 


- 


42,183 


73,746 


118,706 


192,461 


513 


200 1 


184,063 


- 


184,063 


1 464,500 


229,486 


693,986 


U9 


300 1 


74.821 


- 


74,821 


1 92,250 


134,700 


226,960 


13,306 


— 1 


$6,190,651 


$644,767 


$6,736,418 


$13,632,089 


$0,249,762 


$22,881,801 


646 


$200 , 


$214,075 


. 


$214,976 


$838,810 


$429,640 


$1,268,450 


1.847 


200 


1,748,420 


$41,700 


1,790,120 


3,029,574 


2,733,280 


' 6,762,804 


213 


200 

1 


06,797 


- 


96,797 


160,085 


225,305 


394,390 


680 


2 00 


131,806 


- 


131,806 


688,260 


374,236 


1,062,486 


656 


2 00 

1 


218,423 


39,600 


268,023 


709,354 


387,533 


1,096,887 


307 


200 


112,106 


- 


112,106 


607,763 


372,498 


880,251 


684 


200 1 


056.075 




966,075 


1,362,326 


1,316,315 


2,677,640 


" 


2 00 ' 


879,811 




379,811 


858,418 


664,630 


1,413,048 


"1 


200 ' 

1 


39,657 


— 


39,657 


51,325 


145,637 


196,962 



u 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Agqreoates of Polls, Propebtt, Taxbs, 



COUNTIES, 


CiTIKS 


Total 
Valuatioh 

OF 
A8SXB8BD 

Estatb 
MatI, 
1894. 


1 Tax fob Statb, Couhtt, and City ob Town 

PUBP08B8, nrCLUDZNG OVBRLATIHOB. 


1 

Ratb 

OF 

Total 
Tax 


AKD TOWNB» 


On 

Personal 

Estate. 


OnBeal 
EsUte. 


On 
Polls. 


Total. 


PER 
$1,000. 


Hak^kibb. 




1 








Amhenli . . • • 


$3,122,581 


$18,711 


$46,398 


$2,186 


$62,206 


' $19 25 


Balohflrtowti, . 






826,190 


1,647 


10,167 


1,160 


12,064 


14 30 


OhMterfleld, . 






287.526 


914 


8,686 


368 


4.068 


16 00 


OammingUMi, . 






295,886 


1,193 


4,230 


800 


6,822 


18 70 


ItasthMiipton, . 






2,471,299 


9,292 


30,248 


2,040 


41,680 


16 00 


SnAeld, . 






007,250 


2,669 


4,628 


606 


7,888 


12 00 


Ch>ahflii, . 






187,622 


327 


1,740 


162 


2,229 


16 00 


Granby, . 






425,209 


667 


4,446 


436 


6,638 


12 00 


Oreenwleh, 






267,615 


989 


2,360 


278 


8,627 


13 00 


Hadley, . 






966,465 


1,992 


14,440 


1,062 


17,404 


. 17 00 

1 


Hfttfleld, . 






988,445 


2,299 


7,742 


804 


10,935 


10 70 


Himtlngton, . 






607,910 


2,187 


7,463 


688 


10,888 


19 00 


Middlefield, . 






209,155 


772 


1,847 


216 


2,885 


' 12 50 


Northampton, . 






10,092,479 


36,716 


114,673 


7,602 


158,890 


16 00 


Pelham, . 






178,147 


387 


2,604 


224 


8,215 


17 50 


Plalnfield, 






160,091 


668 


1,078 


282 


2,923 


10 00 


PreMOtt, . 






162,667 


272 


1,670 


252 


2,203 


12 00 

1 


SoQth Hadley, . 






1,987,240 


8,809 


17,757 


2,102 


23,258 


1 10 60 

1 


Southampton, 






489,919 


1,028 


6,836 


662 


7,421 


1 14 00 


Ware, . . 






4,084,880 


16,940 


40,126 


3,460 


09,515 


16 60 


Westhampton, 






234,684 


680 


2,463 


268 


3,260 


12 80 


WIlUamBbnrg, 






878,049 


2,489 


0,106 


1,026 


12,661 


13 26 


Worthlngton, . 






801,771 


1,197 


8,631 


308 


5,226 


16 00 


Totals, 


$29,617,219 


$102,123 


$348,346 


$26,612 


$477,080 


1 ^ 


MlDDLB8BX« 














Acton, .... 


$1,488,426 


$2,687 


$15,866 


$i,»o 


$10,833 


$12 50 


Arlington, 






7,662,924 


1 30,074 


06,815 


8,094 


130,683 


16 80 


Ashby, 






491,187 


1 1,886 


5,650 


646 


7,441 


1 14 00 


Ashland, . 






1,194,292 


2,412 


10,444 


1,100 


23,016 


1 18 30 


Ayer, 






1,864,910 


8,767 


16,015 


1,810 


21,002 


14 60 


Bedford, . 






092,367 


1.681 


13,146 


614 


15,441 


16 00 


Belmont, . 






8,688,716 


16.297 


42.842 


1.368 


50.607 


16 00 


BUlerioa, . 






1,792,869 


4,178 


16,644 


1,176 


20,808 


11 OO 


Bozbo rough. 






236,619 


486 

1 


2,413 


104 


8,098 


1225 



1894.J 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



35 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Gontinued. 



Namber 


1 

' Namber 

1 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number 
of 


nuvbib and 
Value of Fowl 


of 


1 of 

Cows 
Assessed. 


of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 


Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


of 

Swine 

Assessed. 


Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. 


Abhbsbbd. 


Hones 
Assessed. 


Number. 


Value. 


844 


' 1,403 


212 


888 


260 


873 


16,642 


7,628 


$2,601 


566 


1,428 


66 


472 


190 


496 


81,876 


7,786 


1,046 


197 


463 


220 


291 


91 


160 


18,667 


1,682 


613 


230 


528 


200 


254 


129 


186 


18,634 


804 


144 


429 


592 


- 


132 


98 


824 


7.826 


8,806 


1,170 


234 


365 


15 


162 


96 


219 


10,764 


1,267 


607 


94 


307 


112 


120 


40 


78 


10,287 


1,110 


383 


334 


081 


17 


199 


176 


178 


15,924 


3,887 


1.001 


155 


280 


72 


80 


64 


126 


11,178 


1,427 


700 


528 


906 


412 


373 


148 


387 


12,991 


- 


- 


546 


360 





91 


66 


277 


9,246 


8,418 


1,867 


250 


340 


301 


207 


48 


282 


14,760 


2,444 


1,222 


138 


242 


401 


211 


26 


114 


14,166 


1,184 


667 


1.380 


013 


26 


146 


60 


2,669 


21,688 


850 


140 


131 


83 


84 


74 


28 


121 


14.120 


167 


60 


177 


473 


300 


140 


106 


114 


12,634 


1,488 


508 


137 


881 


67 


08 


76 


106 


10,840 


- 


- 


546 


004 


81 


167 


174 


664 


10,078 


6,041 


2,416 


364 


788 


90 


206 


127 


214 


16,008 


8,280 


1,292 


586 


739 


64 


260 


120 


894 


16,670 


- 


- 


183 


351 


07 


137 


61 


114 


16,7.'W 


1,660 


664 


335 


634 


117 


196 


84 


419 


16,062 


- 


- 


222 


660 


228 


284 


68 


182 


19,722 


2,647 


1,060 


8,614 


13,872 


3,130 


4,007 


2,309 


9,690 


838,633 

1 


60,747 


$18,381 


458 


1,001 


_ 


167 


61 


462 


i 

11,926 


6,892 


$3,040 


640 


23« 


- 


- 


836 


1,076 


2,819 


600 


830 


318 


466 


110 


164 


88 


242 


14,703 


6,040 


2,974 


800 


409 


3 


68 


80 


421 


7,414 


S,048 


1,974 


242 


106 


29 


27 


31 


444 


6,116 


- 


- 


307 


520 


- 


92 


63 


284 


7,900 


8,877 


1,680 


420 


173 


- 


1 


379 


460 


2,609 


1,026 


640 


422 


876 


27 


91 


162 


406 


16,401 


6,616 


2,032 


133 


464 


76 


136 


30 


70 


6,638 


2,070 

1 


1,108 



36 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aggregates of Polls, Pbopebtt, Taxes, 



0OUXTIE3, CITIKS 


XUMBBB OF 
RBSIDBNTS A88B8SED 

ON Propbrty. 


NUMBEB OF NON- 
' RB8IDBNT8 A88ES8BD 

ON Property. 


NUMBBB OF PbBBONB 

Abbbsbbd. 


ASiiJ liJW Sir 
MIDDLB8BX ~ C< 


9* 


Indi. 
viduul0. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indi. 
vlduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 

1 

1 


For Poll 

Tax 

only. 


ToCaL 


[>n. 






1 






1 




BurllDgtOD, 






146 


- 


146 


119 


- 


119 


265 


79 


344 


Cambridge, 






7,123 


1,090 


8,222 


1,183 


362 


1,536 


9.757 


18,423 ' 28,180 


Carlisle, . 






180 


18 


167 


95 


4 


09 


266 


42 298 


Chelmsford, . 






713 


84 


797 


210 


40 


250 


1,047 


807 


1.854 


Concord, . 






562 


02 


664 


117 


27 


144 


798 


693 


1.401 


Dracut, . 






316 


28 


344 


212 


23 


236 


579 


381 


060 


Dmiatable, 






120 


3 


123 


49 


11 


60 


183 


27 


210 


Bverett, . 






2,203 


63 


2,256 


746 


86 


781 


8,037 


3,668 


6,505 


Framingharo, 






1,325 


82 


1,407 


295 


16 


311 


1,718 


1,697 


8.415 


GrotOD, . 






448 


81 


520 


76 


34 


100 


638 


212 


850 


Holliston, . 






404 


66 


559 


1.% 


25 


161 


720 


667 


1.277 


Hopkinton, 






728 


20 


762 


148 


9 


157 


009 


499 


1,408 


Hudson, . 






874 


41 


015 


103 


20 


123 


1,038 


051 


1.089 


Lexington, 






708 


21 


720 


368 


2 


370 


1,000 


670 


1.609 


Lincoln, . 






218 


3 


221 


83 


2 


85 


306 


164 ' 470 


Littleton, . 






237 


88 


2T0 


46 


7 


53 


323 


141 464 


Lowell, . 






6,248 


1,160 


7,417 


486 


94 


580 


7,907 


18,308 


26,895 


Maiden, . 






3.004 


440 


4,363 


688 


84 


772 


6,126 


6,012 


11,137 


Marlborough, 






2,104 


70 


2,183 


165 


31 


196 


2.379 


2,412 4,791 


Maynard, . 






226 


66 


200 


64 


8 


62 ' 


362 


663 1,005 


Medford, . 






1,767 


108 


1,056 


617 


100 


726 


2,681 


2,703 


6,384 


Melrose, . 






1,846 


35 


1,881 


466 


18 


473 


2,354 


1,976 4.830 


Natick, . 






1,666 


74 


1,64a 


162 


15 


177 


1,817 


1.626 8.343 


Newton, . 






4,413 


738 


6,161 


784 


223 


1,007 


6,168 


5,828 11,486 


North Reading, 






213 


28 


241 


78 


15 


03 


884 


80 


414 


Pepperell, 






056 


66 


722 


08 


10 


117 


880 


488 


1.278 


Reading, . 






740 


106 


855 

1 


161 


44 


206 


1,060 


781 


1.841 


Shorbom, . 






241 


8 


240 


133 


4 


137 


386 


89 


476 


Shirley, . 






224 


30 


2M 


77 


21 


08 


852 


164 


516 


Somonrille, 






6,038 


762 


1 

6,700 


1,074 


281 


1,355 


8.146 


11,233 ; 19.378 


Stoneham, 






1,073 


42 


1,116 


146 


19 


164 


1,270 


1.270 


1,649 


Stow, 






190 


47 


237 1 


65 


27 


92 


829 


134 


463 


Sudbury, . 






280 


37 


317 


68 


81 


90 


416 ; 


164 


680 


Tcwksbury, 






398 


1 


309 


211 


4 


215' 


014 


220 ; 834 


- 






J 


1 












- 


^ 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



37 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Namber 
of Male 


Tax 

OD each 

MalePoU. 


Value ot 

ExcladlDg 

liestdent 

Bankdtock. 


AssvssBD Pbbsonai. 
Estate. 


Value of Abbesbbd Real Sbtate. 


Polla 
KmowMd. 


Reaident 
Bank 
Stock. 


Total. 


BuUdtnga, 

excludiDg 

Land. 


Land, 
oxclading 
BuUdlDga. 


Total. 


m 


$2 00 


$96,515 




$06,515 


$176,605 


$243,449 


$420,054 


22.172 


2 00 


16,187,400 


$520,920 


16,658,820 


84,722,200 


26,166,100 


60,877,300 


141 


2 00 


40.217 


- 


40,217 


120,330 


186,093 


306,423 


884 


2 00 


263,740 


- 


263,740 


082,066 


759,260 


1,601,345 


1,132 


2 00 


1,083,452 


60,900 


1,163,352 


1,605,705 


1,034.675 


2,640,380 


655 


2 00 

1 


216,079 


- 


216,079 


677,685 


036,465 


1,514,150 


m 


200 1 


42,063 


- 


42,063 


78,400 


168,015 


241,415 


4,786 


2 00 < 


650,900 


- 


650,900 


6,663,100 


5,196,700 


11,858,800 


2,557 


2 00 


1,554,310 


70,801 


1,624,611 


4,128;100 


2,371.680 


6.499,780 


563 


2 00 1 


1,338,743 


- 


1,338,743 


772,175 


671,745 


1,443,920 


915 


2 00 ' 

1 


295,757 


5^709 


352,526 


802,650 


467,071 


1,269,621 


1,011 


200 , 


453,223 


83,700 


636,923 


996,689 


582.657 


1,679,146 


1,580 


200 1 


487,092 


75,915 


568,007 


1,605,090 


666,280 


2,270,370 


1,082 


2 00 


478,586 


- 


473^86 


1,852,190 


1,688,279 


3,640,469 


312 


2 00 1 

1 


1,457.601 


- 


1,457.601 


405,000 


380,400 


785,490 


354 


200 1 


199,254 


- 


109,264 


8a4,575 


323,060 


667,635 


22.744 


200 1 


15,361,375 


1,684,746 


17,046,121 


26,024.100 


26,014,020 


52,038,120 


8,204 


2 00 ' 

1 


2,416,000 


45,276 


2,461,276 


10,871,000 


8,701,800 


19,663,700 


4,005 


2 00 1 

1 


1 745,434 


352,735 


1.008,169 ! 


3.922.285 


3,290,310 


7,212,545 


8» 


200 : 


661,044 


- 


661,044 1 


1,090,917 


363,387 


1,454,304 


3,756 


200 


' 2,296,800 


- 


2,296,300 ' 

1 


6,292,325 


6.700,726 


12,993,060 


8,U8 


200 


480,830 


57,268 


538,098 1 


6,677,800 


3,708,975 


9,886,776 


2,515 


200 1 


819,350 


89,500 


908,850 


2,939,875 


1,683,926 


4,573,300 


7,763 


200 


0,721,125 


189,710 


9,860,835 


17,586,000 


16,553,350 


84,139,350 


243 


200 


63,319 


- 


63,310 


246,320 


223,203 


469,623 


907 


200 


419,653 


- 


419,658 


996,150 


523,897 


1,520.047 


14M 


200 


303,255 


38,000 


341,255 


1,889,245 


1,217,708 


3,106,953 


2S9 


2 00 


80,700 


- 


80,709 


377,950 


370,605 


757,565 


886 


200 


148,525 


- 


148,525 


317,071 


253,202 


570,333 


14,061 


2 00 


8,444,000 


46,000 


3,490,000 


28,390,350 


17,208,660 


40,598,900 


2,00ft 


2 00 


805,807 


42,000 


437,807 


1,947,625 


1,632,726 


3,580,350 


281 


2 00 ' 


130,602 


- 


180,602 > 


297,762 


230,366 


528,118 


306 


2 00 


220,825 


- 


220,825 1 

1 


458,460 


437,360 


895,820 


547 


200 ' 


232,209 


- 


232,209 1 


507,905 


648,444 


1,246,349 


— j-_— _- 


--_— -_-_j_ - 








1 


_ — 


- -_ ; :_-7- - - 


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38 



POLLS, PKOPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOOREOATES OF POLLS, PBOPEBTT, TaXES, 



COUNTIES, 


CITIES 


' Total ' 
Valuation 

OP 

Absbssbd 

Estate 

MayI, 

1S9<I. 


1 

1 Tax for State, County, and City or Town 
Purposes, including Otbrlayinos. 


Rate 
OF ■ 

Total 
Tax 


AND TOVviMB. 


On 
1 Personal 
1 Estate. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 
Polls. 


1 

Total. 


PER 
$l,0OU. 


MiDDLESBX— Con. 








1 

1 


Burlington, 






$516,560 


$1,332 


$5,707 


$346 


$7,475 


$13 80 


Cambridge, 






77,636,620 


263,201 


061,861 


44,844 


1,260,406 


15 80 


Carlisle, . 






346,640 


442 


3,371 


282 


4.005 


11 00 


Chelmsford, 






1,965,085 


2.242 


14,376 


1,768 


18,386 


8 50 


Concord, . 






3,793,732 


13,264 


30,364 


2.264 


45,892 


11 SO 


Dracut, . 






1,730,229 


2,274 


15,808 


1,310 


19,482 


10 50 


Dunstable, 






283,478 


421 


2,414 


254 


3,089 


10 00 


Everett, . 






12,500,700 


10,024 


182,625 


0,672 


202,221 


15 40 


Framingham, . 






■ 8,124,391 


24,360 


07,407 


5,114 


126,980 


15 00 


Groton, . 






2,782,663 


10,710 


11,551 


1,106 


28,367 


8 00 


Holliston, . 






1.622,147 


6,275 


22,100 


1,830 


'30,804 


17 80 


Hopktnton, 






2,116,069 


0,064 


81,583 


2,022 


42,669 


20 00 


Hudson, . 






2,833,377 


0,853 


30,738 


3,160 


52,746 


17 60 


Lexington, 






4,014,065 


7,104 


53,107 


2,064 


62,275 


15 00 


Linooln, . 






2,243,001 


11,661 


6,284 


624 


18,500 


8 00 


Littleton, . 






856,889 


2,401 


8,220 


708 


11.419 


12 50 


Lowell, . 






60,084,241 


206,602 


005,463 


45,488 


1,347,553 


17 40 

1 


Maiden, . 






22,124,076 


38,612 


808.720 


16,408 


363,770 


15 70 


Marlborough, . 






8,310,714 


18,566 


126,041 


8,010 


152,617 


{ 17 40 


Maynard, . 






2,116,348 


0,016 


21,814 


1,718 


33,448 


15 00 


Medford, . 






15,280,350 


33,086 


102,207 


7,512 


283,794 


' 14 80 


Melrose, . 






0,024,873 


7.WI 


133.202 


6,252 


147,185 


14 20 


Natick, . 






5,482,150 


16,260 


76,831 


5,030 


07.130 


16 80 


Newton, . 






44,000,185 


143,068 


408.434 


15.526 


657,928 


14 60 


North Reading 






632,842 


1,007 


7,465 


484 


8,956 


15 90 


Pepperell, 






1,030,700 


6,036 


18,240 


1,004 


25,270 


12 00 


Reading, . 






8,448,208 


4,670 


48,153 


2.508 


55.340 


15 50 


Sberborn, . 






888,264 


1,034 


0,607 


518 


11,249 


12 80 


Shirley, . 






718,858 


1,514 


6,737 


672 


8,923 


11 83 


BomervUle, 






44,088,000 


54,703 


637,403 


28,122 


720,818 


15 70 


Stoneham, 






4,018,157 


8,537 


60,488 


4,010 


82,086 


10 5Q 


Stow, 






658,720 


1,306 


5,280 


562 


7.148 


10 00 


Sodbury, . 






1,116,645 

1 


2,805 


0,151 


702 


12.248 


10 40 

1 


Tewksbary, 






1,478,568 


3,251 

1 


17,449 


1,004 


21,794 ' 


14 00 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



39 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 
of 


Number 
of 
,' Cowe 
; Assessed. 

1 


Number 

of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Swine 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Housea 
Assessed. 


Number 
^ of 
Acres of 

Land 
Aesesaed. 


1 

I Number and 

1 Valub op Fowl* 

1 AB8B88BD. 


Horses 
Anessed. 


1 

' Number. 

1 


Value. 


271 


300 


2 


62 


261 


135 


7,223 


1,040 


$520 


4,»» 


448 


- 


- 


88 


12,262 


3,300 


- 


- 


185 


680 


- 


76 


32 


126 


9,660 


3,300 


1,366 


5S4 


1,026 


1 


15 


172 


720 


14,219 


12,277 


5.912 


683 


1,252 


- 


167 


156 


740 


15,428 


5,150 


2,575 


426 


048 


4 


128 


268 


405 


12,887 


7,158 


8,679 


161 


457 


40 


126 


85 


104 


10,400 


2,530 


1,012 


789 


142 


- 


- 


100 


3,363 


1,788 


- 


- 


933 


1,006 


206 


140 


42 


1,730 


14,534 


- 


- 


533 


824 


182 


212 


149 


487 


19,970 


2,162 


1,081 


436 


736 


14 


22 


70 


626 


11,274 


6,139 


867 


450 


735 


60 


140 


99 


805 


16,580 


2,450 


880 


513 


875 


58 


61 


243 


967 


0,795 


1 

1 


- 


T08 


1,105 




48 


367 


685 


9,381 


1 6.837 


2,918 


845 


813 


■■ 


98 


855 


186 


8,970 


1 4.093 


2,160 


869 


1,0M 


11 


238 


40 


247 


10,640 


1,158 

1 


579 


8«411 


327 


2 


4 


76 


12,157 


5,916 


1 960 


420 


M75 


160 


- 


- 


- 


5,506 


2,483 


1 


- 


1,039 


779 


1 


77 


144 


2,219 


12,756 


1,400 


700 


190 


325 


- 


66 


72 


681 


3,050 


i 797 


398 


820 


282 


- 


4 


- 


2,776 


4,139 


- 


- 


638 


214 


- 


- 


504 


2,583 


2,700 




- 


789 


, 555 








61 


1,759 


8,809 


1 2,685 


1,600 


2,216 


! 1.212 


- 


- 


- 


5,188 


9,450 


1 


- 


187 


884 


- 


9 


42 


213 


7,738 


5,108 


2.051 


672 


685 


10 


84 


174 


715 


13,711 


7,620 


3,810 


506 


275 


4 


85 


09 


976 


5,736 


2,995 


1,497 


200 


671 


24 


138 


174 


271 


10,058 


- 


- 


247 


334 


6 


91 


40 


284 


9,434 


2,110 


1,039 


3,287 


814 


- 


- 


- 


8,791 


1,900 


- 


- 


467 


311 


- 


19 


451 


1,232 


2,300 


850 


426 


236 


643 


11 


142 


108 


243 


11,194 


1,420 


710 


382 


* 1,128 


16 


138 


287 


260 


14,696 


5,410 


2,164 


sn 


006 


4 


23 


113 


410 


13,335 


1 7,006 


2,836 



40 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 













Aggregates 


OF Polls, 


Property, Taxes, 


COUNTIES, CITIKfl 


NUMRXB OF 
RB8IDBNT8 ASSKSSBD 

OM Pbopkbtt. 


Ndxbbb of Non. 

RBSIDBNTS A88B88BD 

ON Pbopxbtt. 


Numbbb of Pbbsoms 

A88B8SXD. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indi- 
vidnals. 


AU 
Others. 


ToUl. 


Indi. 
viduaU. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


Total. 


M1DDLB8KZ — Cod. 








t 


t 


Towiuiend, 




491 


17 


608 


136 


5 


141 


640 


208 


862 


TyDgsborongh, 




163 


5 


158 


108 


2 


110 


268 


66 


333 


Wakefield, 






1,249 


178 


1,427 


368 


48 


411 


1,838 


1,403 


8,241 


Waltham, 






2,273 


363 


2,686 


254 


64 


318 


2,964 


4,198 


7,162 


WatertowD, 






847 


116 


962 


364 


45 


399 


1,361 


1,474 


2,835 


Wayland, . 






897 


17 


414 


181 


14 


145 


669 


271 


830 


Weetford, 






450 


7 


457 


154 


- 


154 


611 


839 


050 


Weston, . 






852 


83 


386 


88 


16 


54 


439 


247 


686 


Wilmington, . 






861 


5 


866 


481 


7 


488 


864 


189 


. 993 


Winchester, . 






912 


26 


937 


202 


14 


216 


1,163 


1,063 


2.216 


Wobnrn, . 






2,122 


128 


2,250 


860 


42 


902 


8,152 


2,910 


6,062 


Totals, 


61,584 


6,876 


68,460 


13,706 


2,104 


16,809 


84,269 


97,402 


181,671 


Nantuokst. 




















Nantacket, 


' 1,258 


41 


1,299 


610 


2 


612 


1,911 


284 


2,195 


Norfolk. 




















Avon, 


820 


7 


827 


93 


6 


99 


426 


248 


674 


Bellingham, . 






285 


1 


286 


180 


4 


134 


420 


168 


688 


Braintree, 






961 


20 


981 


230 


17 


247 


1,228 


802 


2,030 


Brookline, 






2,418 


822 


2,735 


263 


63 


326 


8.061 


2,730 


6,791 


Canton, . 






674 


160 


824 


163 


81 


194 


1,018 


717 


1,785 


Cohasset, . 






573 


14 


587 


160 


4 


154 


741 


292 


1,083 


Dedbam, . 






1,046 


132 


1,178 


827 


36 


362 


1,640 


1,169 


2,709 


Dover, 






151 


24 


175 


112 


26 


138 


818 


54 


367 


Foxboroagh, . 






646 


95 


741 


147 


25 


172 


918 


330 


1,243 


Franklin, . 






603 


270 


873 


178 


6 


184 


1,067 


695 


1,752 


Holbrook, 






564 


5 


669 


186 


4 


140 


709 


208 


917 


Hyde Park, . 






1,333 


181 


1,514 


864 


107 


471 


1,986 


2,157 


4,142 


Medfield, . 






333 


38 


371 


97 


80 


127 


498 


267 


755 


Medway, . 






603 


87 


590 


108 


69 


162 


752 


881 


1,183 


Minis, 






108 


31 


224 


112 


29 


141 


866 


172 


637 


Milton, . 






861 


170 


1,031 


138 


28 


166 


1,197 


752 


1,949 


Nendham, 






813 


16 


829 


184 


14 


198 


1,027 


516 


1,643 


Norfolk, . 






182 




182 


835 


4 


839 

1 


1,021 


127 


1.148 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 19. 



41 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Namber 
of Mole 

Polls 
AsaesMd 



Tax 

on each 

Male Poll 



Value op Abbessbd Personal 
Estate. 



135»S76 
857 

4S7 

373 
1,380 
4,163 
1^1 

644 
1.909 

183 

822 
1,287 

630 
2.900 

aoo i 

814 I 

321 
1,370 
1,053 

254 



529 


$2 00 


177 


2 00 


2,268 


2 00 


5,784 


2 00 


2,058 


2 00 


546 


2 00 


639 


2 00 


511 


2 00 


375 


200 


1,585 


2 00 


3.0M 


2 00 



Excluding 

Resident 

Bank Stock. 



$122,551 

56,523 

703,325 

4,267,800 

1,277,555 
292,660 
210,573 

1,300,985 
113,618 
090,950 

1,328,781 



i2 00 

$2 00 
200 
200 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
200 
2 00 
200 
2 00 
200 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



$77,293,585 

$048,293 

$69,262 

120,850 

847,425 

15,258,700 

1,221,104 

1,585,820 

1,045,828 

857,809 

253,670 

870,967 

138,129 

998,855 

293,675 

152,235 

115,760 

11,503,205 

281,812 

72,330 



Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 



$74,600 

77,280 
72,960 
46,477 



104,208 



$3,919,565 



$105,276 



$100,000 
141,960 

126,786 



130,180 



75,850 • 



Total. 



Valttb or Assessed Real Estate. 



Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 



Land, 
excluding 
Bnildinga. 



Total. 



$197,151 

56,523 

780,605 

4,340,760 

1,824,032 
292,660 
210,573 

1,300,985 
113,518 
990,950 

1,522,989 1 1 



$508,575 

139,400 

3,046,275 

8,261,300 

3,864,105 

724,645 

549,915 

867,205 

483,568 

2,836,875 

4,667,940 



$413,240 

186,155 

1,990,205 

6,164,000 

8,027,263 

478,815 

386,200 

724,760 

836,538 

2,378,300 

3,273,225 



$81,213,150 

$1,053,560 

$00,262 

120,350 

847,425 

15,353,700 

1,363,064 

1,585,820 

1,172,614 

357,809 

258,670 

501,097 

138,129 

998,855 

293,676 ! 

152,235 

116,700 

11,688,565 

281,312 

72,830 



$194,855,566 

$1,249,735 

$422,190 

337,565 

1,945,526 

14,081,700 

1,674,280 

1,095,010 

8,002,515 

244,145 

878,186 

1,430,185 

575,460 

4,601,850 

742,265 

808,065 

477,620 

3,319,100 

1,455,240 

259,320 



$167,687,246 
$702,925 

$240,800 
228,580 

1,884,476 

27,765,760 

949,540 

888,880 

1,936,931 
231,979 
479,914 
829,470 
410,552 

2,930,925 
263,734 
286,595 
259,045 

3,788,866 

1,026,644 
183,621 



$921,816 
326,555 

5,086,480 
14,425,300 

6,801,868 

1,203,460 
986,115 

1,601,966 
820,106 

6,215,175 

7.941,165 



$362,892,812 
$1,952,660 

$668,999 

666,145 
3,330,000 
41,837,460 
2,623,820 
2,688,390 
4,988,446 

476,124 
1,368,100 
2,269,655 

986,012 
7,532,775 

095,999 
1,004,660 

736,665 
7,107,956 
2,481,884 

442,941 



42 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOORBOATKS OF POIXS, PrOPKBIT, TaXKS, 



COUNTIKS, 


crriKS 


Total 
Valuation 

of 
Absbssbd 

SSTATE 

MatI, 
1894. 


Tax fob State, County, and Citt ob Town 

Purposes, including Gtbrlatinos. 

1 


Kate 

OF 

Total 

Tat 


AMU lUvTXiD. 


On 

Personal 

BsUte. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 
Polls. 


Total.' 


PER 

$1,000. 


MIDDLB8SZ — OOD. 














Towniend, 


$1,118,066 


$1,713 


$12,808 


$1,058 


$15,664 


$14 00 


Tynfiborongh, 




882,078 


075 


5,616 


354 


6,045 


17 25 


Wakeitold, 




5,817,066 


14,831 


05,608 


4,536 


115,060 


10 00 


Wftlthanip . 






18,766,060 


70,754 


285,132 


11,568 


817,454 


16 80 


Watertown, 






8,216,400 


10,860 


108,371 


4,116 


127,847 


15 00 


Way land, . 






1,406,120 


4,007 


1^848 


1,002 


22,087 


14 00 


Wcatford, 






1,146,688 


3,158 


14,042 


1,278 


18,478 


15 00 


Weatonp . 






2,802,050 


10,408 


12,786 


1,022 


24,166 


8 00 


WUfflington, . 






088,624 


1,476 


10,640 


750 


12,875 


18 00 


Winohester, . 






6,206,125 


15,825 


83,443 


8,170 


102,438 


16 00 


Wobnrn, . 






0,464,154 


27,878 


145,826 


7.088 


181,187 


18 30 


Totals, 


$48^,605,062 


$1,265,666 


$5,542,218 


$271,752 


$7,060,636 


- 


Nantucket. 














Nantaoket, 


$3,006,220 


$10,586 


$10,526 


$i.n4 


$31,776 


$10 00 


Norfolk. 












1 


Atod, . . . . 


$782,261 


$1,816 


$12,507 


$074 


$14,887 


$10 00 


Belllngham, 






686,405 


1,664 


7,860 


746 


0,670 


18 00 


Braintree, ' 






4,177,425 


18,804 


71,028 


2,760 


02,002 


21 60 


Brooklinet 






57,101,150 


108,456 


627,152 


8,326 


728,034 


12 60 


Canton, . 






3,886,884 


20,173 


87.853 


8,442 


50,968 


14 80 


OohaMOt, . 






4,160,210 


14,580 


28,771 


1,288 


80,648 


020 


I>edbam, . 






6,111,060 


17,560 


82,066 


8,818 


104,858 


16 80 


Dover, 






838.033 


2,505 


3,314 


866 


6,185 


700 


Fozborough, 






1,6U,770 


3,728 


10.063 


1,644 


25,833 


14 70 


Franklin, . 






2,760,752 


6,564 


36,154 


2,574 


45,202 


16 00 


Holbrook, 






1,124,141 


3,177 


22,678 


1,260 


27,115 


28 00 


Hyde Park, 






8,581,630 


14,583 


100,078 


5.800 


130,361 


14 60 


Medfleld, . 






1,280,674 1 


2,037 


0,060 


1,018 


13,015 


1 10 00 


Medway, . 






1,246,805 


3,425 


24,680 


1,628 


20,683 


22 50 


Millie. 






852,325 


1,505 


0,575 


642 


11,722 


13 00 


Milton, . 






18,746,510 


87,200 


53,311 


2,740 


148,841 


760 


Needliam, 






2,768,106 


4,520 


80,840 


2,106 


46,484 


16 10 


Norfolk, . 






515,271 


076 


6,082 


612 


7,470 


ISM 

1 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



43 



Etc, as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 


— Continued. 








Number 
of 


Number 

of 

Cows 

Aaaeaeed. 


Nnmber 

of 

Sheep 

AMoaaed. 


Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Swine 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Acres of 

Land 


nuxbsr and 
Yalub of Fowl 

A88B8SXD. 


Horeea 
AiMMed. 


Nnmber. 

1 


Value. 


401 


403 




78 


108 


497 


20,066 


2,886 


$720 


190 


318 


24 


94 


29 


160 


9,812 


1,800 


720 


515 


291 


- 


8 


149 


. 1,516 


8,967 


1,725 


870 


1.844 


882 


- 


22 


382 


4,112 


7,227 


700 


400 


665 


281 


- 


2 


47 


1,491 


2,020 


8,500 


3,500 


854 


808 


102 


90 


125 


404 


9,146 


2,710 


813 


438 


753 


48 


116 


45 


471 


18,000 


1,093 


437 


400 


832 


- 


72 


425 


841 


10,629 


2,686 


1,074 


205 


180 


2 


17 


78 


333 


9,977 


4,508 


2.251 


4T2 


S40 


- 


- 


23 


1,046 


8,079 


- 


- 


952 


?62 


- 


10 


421 


2,454 


7,580 


6,283 


2.760 


38,640 


80,706 


1,085 


3,582 


7,915 


86,461 


486,655 


147,087 


$68,600 


462 


491 


716 


108 


- 


1,140 


19,886 


1,206 


$604 


157 


114 


_ 


„ 


68 


840 


2,442 


1,994 


$706 


281 


480 


- 


45 


25 


813 


10,967 


1,420 


710 


5T5 


448 


- 


- 


154 


1,145 


7,968 


- 


- 


1,515 


474 


125 


- 


- 


2,247 


8,761 


300 


100 


614 


426 


- 


65 


479 


861 


11.102 


- 


- 


424 


270 


2 


54 


22 


600 


5,916 


- 


- 


1.014 


1,183 


- 


26 


778 


1,357 


11,947 


- 


- 


242 


563 


12 


64 


301 


148 


8,958 


4,249 


2,124 


424 


360 


- 


55 


82 


640 


12,047 


6,920 


2,768 


640 


684 


25 


100 


71 


970 


16,015 


- 


- 


209 


162 




11 


225 


521 


4,280 


658 


326 


574 


177 


21 


- 


- 


2,010 


2,856 


- 


- 


831 


420 


1 


57 


44 


324 


8,075 


1,625 


650 


847 


487 


- 


10 


31 


632 


6,736 


8,575 


1,787 


205 


480 


2 


76 


62 


240 


6,966 


520 


260 


1,025 


804 


6 


26 


410 


965 


6,728 


700 


850 


486 


518 


68 


52 


1,121 


810 


7,714 


10,723 


5,484 


190 


396 


4 


77 


23 


195 


9,193 


5,188 


2,594 



44 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aggregates of Polls, Property, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 



Norfolk — Con 
Norwood, 

Qalncy, . 

Randolph, 

Sharon, . 

Stoaghton, 

Walpole, . 

Wellealey, 

Weymonth, 

Wrentham, 

Totals, 

Plymouth. 
Ablngton, 

Bridgewater, 

Brockton, . 

Carver, 

Duxbury, . 

Eaat Bridgewater, 

Halifax, . 

Hanover, . 

Hanaon, . 

Hingham, . 

Hall, . 

Kingaton, . 

Lakevtlle, . 

Marion, . 

Marshfleld, 

Mattapolaett, 

Mlddleborough 

Norwell, . 

Pembroke, 

Plymouth, 

Plympton, 

RocbcBter, 

Rockland, 

Scltnnte, . 



NUMBEB OF 
RSSIDSMTS ASSEBSSD 

ON Pbopbrtt. 



Indi. 
vlduala. 



710 
3,393 ! 
750 
335 
898 
493 
589 
2,550 
568 



22,735 

935 
MO 

4,735 
219 
539 
662 
160 
496 
353 

1,205 
170 
391 
261 
221 
648 
354 

1,157 
445 
367 

1,199 
189 . 
255 ' 

1,085 
680 



All 
Others. 



15 

186 

160 

13 

79 

72 

6 

217 

85 



TotaL 



numbsr of non- 

Rbsiobntb Assessed 

02v propbbtt. 



Indi. 
vlduala. 



AU 
Others. 



Total. 



Number of Pbbsoks 

AS8BS8BD. 



On 
Prop- 
erty. 



For Poll 
Tax 
only. 



Total. 



2,300 

39 

136 
605 

57 
94 
57 

64 
55 
30 
15 
50 

1 
59 
76 
17 
171 
50 

5 
351 

8 

3 
51 
18 



• 
725 


143 


7 


i 

1 

150 


875 


701 


1,676 


3,579 1 


959 


33 


1 
992 


4,571 


4,448 


9,019 


910 


77 


17 


1 
94 


1.004 


618 


1,022 


348 > 


349 


14 


263, 


611 


190 


801 


977 ' 


139 


21 


160 


1,187 


8S3 


1,970 


565 


1,806 


32 


1,838 


1,903 


357 


2,260 


595 1 

1 


197 


7 


204 


799 


473 


1.272 


2.767 1 


256 


34 


290 


3,057 


1,582 


4,619 


648 ' 


184 


70 


264 ' 


902 


277 


1,179 


25,131 

1 


7.272 


727 


7,999 

1 


33,130 


21,234 


54,364 


1 
974 


148 


10 


168 ' 


1,182 


024 


1,756 


782 


128 


37 


165 ; 


947 


634 


1,481 


6,340 


406 


50 


456 

1 


5,796 


6,470 


12,260 


276 


187 


54 


241 


617 


49 


566 


633 1 


263 


42 


305 


988 


163 


1,101 


719' 


809 


28 


837 


1,566 


326 


1,882 


162 


698 


- 


698 


860 


36 


896 


560 


107 


25 


132 


692 


165 


847 


408 ' 


697 


54 


751 


1,159 


99 


1.258 


1,241 


335 


17 


852 


1,593 


639 


2.132 


185 


602 


52 


654 


639 


206 


1.045 


441 


102 


21 


123 


564 


160 


724 


262 


222 


2 


224 


486 


66 


552 


280 


143 


23 


166 


446 


62 


608 


724 


470 


46 


516 ' 


1,240 


114 


1,364 


371 ' 


102 


2 


104 


476 


73 


64S 


1.328 ' 


237 


61 


298 


1,626 


972 


2,698 


495 


239 


51 


290 


785 


123 


908 


372 ' 


743 


35 


778 


1.160 


82 


1,232 


1,550 


367 


50 


417 


1,967 


1,368 


3,326 


197 


154 


11 


165 


862 


35 


397 


258 


137 


6 


143 


401 


86 


436 


1,136 ' 


169 


32 


201 


1,387 t 


832 


2,169 


693 


413 


12 


425 


1,118 


183 


1.301 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



45 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 
of Hale 

Polla 
AascBsod. 



Tax 

on each 

tf ale Poll. 



Value of Assessed Personal 
Estate. 



1,230 
6,920 
1,140 

487 
1,514 

751 

820 
3,150 

T27 



36,038 



$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



Excluding 

Resident 

Bank Stock 



Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 




Value of Assessed Real Estate. 



1.301 


$2 00 


1,0S9 


2 00 


9,428 


2 00 


344 


200 


520 


2 00 


888 


2 00 


155 


2 00 


576 


2 00 


393 


2 00 


1,195 


2 00 


817 


2 00 


488 


2 00 


348 


2 00 


328 


200 


S07 


2 00 


287 


2 00 


2,009 


2 00 

1 


479 


200 


875 


200 


2,807 


2 00 


166 


2 00 


231 


2 00 


1,670 


2 00 


654 


2 00 



$595,970 

2,520,500 

291,350 

274,534 

415,550 

400,563 

2,507,300 

1,137,164 
I 
174,127 



$43,058,494 

i 

$369,223 
851,325 
2,767,^6 
151,404 
268,450 
284,479 

28,339 
332,039 
128,914 
981,404 
126,006 
558,320 

63,041 
119,650 
143,695 
584,020 
553,241 
197,580 

89,400 
1,741,000 

42,521 

82,225 
540,680 
142,940 





$595,970 


$208,780 


2,729,280 


- 


291,350 


- 


274,534 


- 


415,550 


- 


400,563 


- 


2,607,300 


303,156 


1,440,320 


28,462 


202,589 


$1,114,624 


$44,173,118 


$28,020 


$397,243 


- 


351,325 


123,189 


2,890,786 


- 


151,404 


- 


268,450 


- 


284,479 


- 


28,839 


- 


332,039 


- 


128,914 


58.616 


1,040,080 


- 


126,006 


- 


558,320 


- 


63,641 


- 


110,650 


- 


143,695 


- 


534,020 


41,610 


504,851 


- 


197,580 

1 


- 


89,400 


226,800 


1,967,800 


- 


42,521 , 


- 


82,225 


29,200 


569,889 


- 


142,940 

1 



Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 


$1,612,815 


$781,485 


6,862,775 


7,226,400 


1,042,975 


536,326 


766,156 


541,954 


1,454,860 


948,842 


1,090,166 


568,706 


2,176,100 


1,864,222 


3,632,129 


1,515,983 


807,872 


437,286 



Total. 



$57,185,967 $58,485,002 



$1,362,950 

1,258,326 

9»484,0dl 

170,318 

789,589 

802,973 

77,923 

593,256 

296,930 

1,781,672 

1,236,190 

686,676 

168,524 

368,600 

600,760 

501,656 

1,775,382 

404,375 

297,806 

2,936,850 

129,336 

146,597 

1,744,870 

1,200,140 



$564,465 
674.080 

9,084,146 
461,492 
387,358 
373,640 
160,776 
255,432 
195,046 

1,132,136 

1,519,109 
287,795 
278,418 
290,090 
391,385 
418,036 

1,463,113 
288,682 
264,190 

1,434,276 
134,781 
288,636 
639,134 
695,805 



$2,894,300 
14,088,175 
1,579,300 
1,298,100 
2,403,702 
1,658,871 
4,040,322 
5,048,112 
1,246,168 
$115,670,969 

$1,917,415 

1,932,405 

18,568,196 

621,810 

1,176,947 

1.176,613 

238,690 

848,687 

491,976 

2,913,807 

2,755,299 

878,370 

436,942 

668,690 

1,091,135 

919,690 

3,238.495 

687,957 

561,995 

4,371.125 

264,117 

434,232 

2,384,004 

1,895,946 



46 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOOBEOATES OF P0LL8, FSOPBBTT, TaXXS, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 


Total 
Valuation 

OP 

Assessed 

Estate 

MatI, 

1894. 


Tax por State, Countt, and City or Towk 
Purposes, includinu Ovbrlatings. 

1 


Rate 

OP 

Total 
Tax 

PER 

$1,000. 


On 
Personal 
1 Esute. 


On Real 
Estate. 


.On 
Polls. 


TotaL 


NOBPOLK — COO. 












Norwood, . 




$2,000,270 


$10,131 


$40,703 


$2,478 


$63,312 


$17 00 


Qnincy, . 




16,817,455 


48,035 


247,962 


11,840 


807,827 


17 00 


Randolph » 




1,870,650 


6,710 


80,964 


2,298 


88,062 


10 60 


SharoDi • 




1,572,643 


2,787 


18,620 


874 


17,181 


10 80 


Stoughton, 




2,819,252 


7,272 


42,065 


3,028 


62,866 


17 60 


Walpole, . 




2,060,434 


6,247 


21,731 


1,602 


28,480 


18 10 


Wellealey, 




6,647,622 


87,681 


44,443 


1,640 


73,664 


11 00 


Weymoath, 




6,488,432 


26,647 


03,368 


6,318 


126,338 


18 60 


Wrentham, 




1,447,747 


3.141 


19,301 


1,464 


23,806 


15 50 


Totals, 


$160,844,087 


$534,789 


$1,652,558 


$72,076 


$2,259,878 


- 


Pltxodth. 
















Abtngton, 




$2,314,658 


$7,606 


$36,236 


$2,602 


$46,344 


$18 90 


Uridgewater, . 




2,283,730 


5,270 


28,986 


2,118 


86,874 


16 00 


Brockton, . 




21,458,981 


66.960 


365,807 


18,856 


441,613 


19 70 


Carver, . 




773,214 


1.766 


7,167 


488 


9,401 


11 60 


Duxbury, . 




1,445,307 


8,409 


14,945 


1,040 


19,394 


12 70 


Baet Brldgewater, 




1,461,092 


4,410 


18,239 


1,776 


24,425 


15 60 


Halifax, . 




267,038 


868 


3,106 


310 


3,784 


13 00 


Hanover, . 




1,180,726 


6,813 


18,679 


1,162 


20,044 


16 00 


Hanson, . 




620,890 


2.037 


7,773 


786 


10,696 


16 80 


Hingham, . 




3,953,887 


14,978 


43,035 


2,890 


60,403 


14 40 


Hull, . 




2,881,305 


2,104 


46,013 


634 


48,761 


16 70 


Kingston, . 




1,431,090 


9,432 


6,030 


076 


16,438 


10 80 


Lakeville, . 




600,583 


687 


4,719 


496 


6,002 


10 80 


Marion, . 




778,340 


1.436 


7,904 


466 


9,796 


12 00 


Marshfleld, 




1,234,830 


2,155 


16,367 


1,014 


19,536 


16 00 


MatUpoisett, . 




1,468,710 


3,789 

1 


6,488 


574 


10,761 


7 00 


Middleborough, 




8,833,346 


9,370 


61,008 


4,018 


64,896 


15 76 


Norwell, . 




885,537 


2,669 


8,943 


958 


12,470 


• 18 00 


Pembroke, 




651,805 < 


1,670 


10,383 


750 


12,808 


18 60 


Plymonth, 




6.338,025 


33,050 


73,435 


4,614 


111,108 


16 80 


Piympton, 




306,638 


667 

1 


3,621 


832 


4,420 


18 33 


Rochester, 




516,457 


1,110 


6,863 


462 


7,485 


13 60 


Rockland, 




2.958,893 


10,600 


44,342 


3.340 


68,282 


18 60 


Scituate, . 




2,038,885 ' 

1 


1,815 


24,078 


1,308 


27,201 


12 70 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



47 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 


1, 1894 


— Continaed. 








Number 
of 


Number 

of 

Cows 

Ameaoed 


Number 

of 

Sheep 

Aseeated. 


Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

AaseMed. 


• 

Number 

of 

Swine 

Aflseesed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number > 

of 
Acres of 

Land 

1 

Assessed. ' 

1 

6,165 


nuvbbr and 
Valub op Fowl 

A88B8SBD. 


HorsM 
Aaaewed. 


Number. 


Value. 


86B 


866 


1 


7 


115 


776 


2,790 


$1,396 


1,428 


666 


- 


4 


- 


3,486 


6,468 


- 


- 


350 


214 


- 


1 


288 


836 


6,767 


- 




307 


300 


10 


61 


62 


397 


13,746 


1,062 


530 


548 


846 


6 


9 


106 


1,121 


9,272 


2,864 


1,167 


884 


514 


6 


45 


66 


586 


12,548 


8,693 


1,846 


422 


802 


- 


- 


34 


651 


6,772 


- 


- 


1,119 


820 


29 


51 


269 


2,400 


9,315 


1,835 


1,006 


406 


639 




117 


61 


504 


18,739 


9,310 


4,666 


14,582 


12,221 


312 


1,013 


4,867 


25,168 


230,948 


58,921 


$28,467 


468 


202 


- 


22 


21 


917 


6,810 


2,358 


$1,179 


570 


466 


30 


96 


162 


782 


16,165 


- 


- 


1,806 


677 


- 


44 


82 


6,066 


12,018 


2,012 


996 


202 


140 


18 


28 


70 


290 


20,215 


- 


- 


424 


227 


27 


62 


60 


687 


18,414 


2,184 


1,092 


475 


846 


- 


66 


66 


626 


9,646 


1,767 


883 


146 


186 


57 


35 


18 


167 


9,296 


- 


- 


434 


261 


12 


28 


50 


481 


9,187 


4,773 


2,015 


258 


146 


8 


28 


25 


844 


9,087 


906 


492 


644 


676 


209 


67 


425 


1,112 


12,973 


- 


- 


148 


67 


80 


10 


3 


722 


1,329 


326 


96 


an 


188 


- 


40 


68 


419 


10,227 


- 


- 


836 


251 


37 


92 


87 


274 


17,360 


- 


- 


131 


86 


- 


11 


- 


299 


7,608 


- 


- 


461 


421 


73 


143 


70 


801 


15,929 


7,876 


8,937 


214 


188 


- 


24 


^ • 


352 


9,654 


- 


- 


1,016 


677 


29 


149 


108 


1,396 


38,993 


3,824 


1,530 


458 


278 


63 


44 


64 


445 


12,288 


3,149 


1,574 


266 


177 


19 


42 


28 


376 


12,886 


1,355 


677 


772 


470 


24 


20 


17 


1,603 


60,800 


- 


- 


146 


86 


- 


87 


25 


162 


8,656 


812 


325 


306 


263 


34 


91 


46 


267 


18,466 


- 


- 


576 


280 




8 


30 


1,198 


6,768 


2,602 


1,251 


437 


328 


184 


29 


48 


804 


0,696 


8,250 


4,140 



48 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Agorboates of Polls, Pbopertt, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 


Number of i 
REeiDB}«T8 Assessed 
ON Property. 


1 Number of Non- ' 
' Residents Assessed 

ON Property. 

1 


Number op Persons 
Assessed. 


AND TOWNS. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


Indi. 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


ForPoU 
Tax 
only. 


Total. 


Plymouth— Con. 
















Wareham, 


675 


17 


592 


724 


12 


736 


1,328 


291 


1,619 


West Bridgewater, 


419 


4 


423 


150 


6 


155 


678 


143 


721 


Whitman, 


• * 


858 


280 


1,088 


175 


" 


186 1 


1,274 


870 


2,144 


Totals, 


19,224 


2,266 


21,490 


8,927 


749 


9,676 


31.166 


14,600 


45,766 


SOPFOLK. 














1 








Boston, 




35,304 


11,252 


46,556 


8,964 


694 


4,658 1 

1 


51,214 


121,979 


173,193 


Chelsea, . 




2,818 


158 


2,976 


965 


80 


1,045 


4,021 


6,914 


10,935 


Revere, . 




827 


74 


901 


882 


87 


969 1 


1.870 


1,425 


3,295 


Wlnthrop, 




599 


14 


613 


537 


28 


665 ' 


1,178 


549 


1,727 


Totals, 


39,548 


11,498 


51,046 


6,348 


889 


7,237 ' 


58,283 


130,867 


189,150 


WOBCESTBR. 






















Ashburnham, . 




453 


19 


472 


156 


15 


171 1 


643 


260 


903 


Athol, 




1,231 


116 


1,347 


154 


14 


168 


1,515 


944 


2,459 


Anburn, . 




238 


13 


251 


167 


26 


183 


434 


173 


607 


Barre, 




552 


14 


566 


109 


6 


115 

• 


681 


251 


932 


Berlin, 




243 


5 


248 


78 


7 


85 


338 


71 


404 


Blackstone, 




422 


313 


735 


183 


14 


197 


932 


1,296 


2,228 


Bolton, 




214 


21 


235 


111 


15 


126 


361 


76 


437 


Boylston, . 




155 


1 


156 


100 


2 


102 


258 


77 


335 


Brookfield, 




643 


SO 


573 


71 


3 


"1 


647 


566 


1,213 


Charlton, . 




471 


- 


471 


125 


5 


130 1 

1 


601 


202 


803 


Clinton, . 




1,181 


158 


1,339 


143 


22 


165 


1,504 


2,143 


3,647 


Dana, 




162 


S3 


195 


71 


16 


87 1 


282 


73 


365 


Douglas, . 




419 


8 


427 


162 


11 


173 1 


600 


257 


857 


Dudley, . 




287 


11 


298 


70 


8 


78, 


376 


498 


874 


Fltchburg, 




3,013 


518 


3,531 


360 


44 


404 1 


3,935 


4,980 


8.915 


Gardner, . 




1,372 


57 


1,429 


139 


7 


146 ; 


1,575 


1,865 


3,440 


Grafton, . 




668 


20 


688 


100 


7 


107, 


795 


785 


1,5S0 


Hardwick, 




320 


7 


327 


91 


5 


96 


423 


451 


874 


Harvard, . 




265 


38 


303 


84 


23 


107 1 


410 


111 


621 


Holden, . 




412 


8 


420 


198 


10 


208 1 


628 


299 


927 


Ilopedale, 




134 


11 


145 


55 


1 


50 


201 


262 


403 


nubbardston, . 




358 


32 


390 


188 


5 


143 


533 


131 


664 


Lancaster, 




434 


20 


454 


129 


17 


146 


600 


37 


637 


Leicester, . 




449 


71 


520 


109 


22 


131 ■ 


651 


656 


1.207 


Leominster, 




1,608 


215 


1,723 


127 


50 


177 


1,900 


1,417 


3,317 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



49 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Continaed. 



Number 
of Male 


Tax 

on each 

Male Poll. 


Value oi 

1 

1 Excluding 
Residfui 
Bank Stock 

$428,585 


• Assessed 
Estate. 

Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 

1 

1 

$67,284 


I*£USONAL 


Value of Assessed Real Estate. 


Polls 
Aiaeaaed. 


Total. 
$495,869 


Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 

$835,610 


Land, 
excluding 
buildings. 

$589,850 


Total. 


672 ' 


$2 00 


$1,425,460 


448 


2 00 


143,766 


~ 


143,766 


' 491,264 


333.238 


824,502 


1.728 , 


2 00 


562,624 


30,800 


593,424 


2,087.370 


944.800 


3,032,170 


28,573 


- 


$11,733,186 


$605,469 


$12,338,655 


$32,216,879 


$23,524,804 


$55,741,683 


I39J89 


$2 00 


$191,040,700 


$13,324,492 


$204,365,192 


1 

1 $301,611,000 


$422,132,850 


$723,743,850 


8,796 1 


1 00 


2,468,200 


104,164 


2,672,364 


12,178,750 


7,418.960 


19,692,700 


1,977 1 


1 00 


835,080 


- 


385,080 


1 3,024,700 


8,339,650 


6,364,350 


919 1 


1 00 


133,240 




183,240 ^ 


2,046,720 


2,398,600 


4,440.320 


151,481 ' 

1 


- 


$193,977,220 


$13,428,656 


$207,406,876 


$318,861,170 


$435,280,060 


$754,141,220 


574 


$2 00 


$168,085 


$38,000 


$191,085 


$608,826 


$876,018 


$888,844 


1,952 

1 


200 


730.200 


90,710 


820,910 


1,916.645 


957,786 


2,874,330 


380 

1 


2 00 


102,620 


- 


102,520 


212,255 


283,818 


446,073 


632 


2 00 


254,455 


96,096 


360,661 


561,626 


627,675 


1,089,200 


251 


2 00 


61,666 

1 


- 


61,666 


248,975 


176,160 


426,135 


1,626 


200 


731,560 


- 


731,560 


1,267,866 


620,876 


1,888,730 


261 ' 


2 00 


61,492 


- 


61,492 


166,915 


246,703 


411,618 


209 ' 


2 00 


87,352 


- 


87,352 


195,885 


284,060 


429,436 


945 


2 00 


241,281 


- 


241,231 


1 760,110 


844,711 


1,104,821 


558 


2 00 


150,220 


- 


169,220 


311,738 


448,162 


759,900 


3.013 1 


2 00 


1,607,004 


73.620 


1,680,624 


3,644,886 


1,701,616 


5,246,600 


194 


200 


, 66,305 


- 


65,305 


185,284 


93,840 


228,624 


52C 


2 00 


\ 257,787 

1 


- 


267,787 


1 417,130 


863,083 


780,213 


720 


2 00 


806,086 


- 


306,085 


521,980 


216,946 


738,925 


7,453 


2 00 


3,613,251 


688,710 


4,201,961 


7,693,600 


6,667,665 


14,261,166 


2,970 


200 


' 1,085,881 


142,890 


1.228,771 


2,486,765 


1,031,475 


3,517,230 


1.2W ; 


200 


I 675,950 


62,600 


638,650 


1 1,174,640 


639,660 


1,714,200 


700 1 


200 


; 404,186 




404,185 


, 647,585 


414,400 


1,061,935 


337 


200 


^ 228,206 


- 


228,206 


820,152 


346,697 


665,749 


624 


2 00 


264,804 


- 


264,304 1 


526.280 


412,820 


938,600 


309 


2 00 


1 903,046 


- 


903,046 


582,176 
260,355 


219,860 


801,626 


395 


2 00 


j 81,681 


- 


81,681 


310,380 


679,685 


512 


2 00 


1,882,970 


- 


1,832,970 

1 


721,190 


460,211 


1,181,401 


921 


2 00 


660,271 


62,977 


722,248 


816,491 


631,327 


1,346,818 


2,573 I 


2 00 


778,176 


74,700 


852,875 


2,837,761 


1,680,888 


4,618,639 



50 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AGGRSaATBS OF POLLS, PrOPERTT, TaXES, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 



Pltmouth— Con. 
Warebam, 

West Bridgewater, 

Whitman, 

Totala, 

SnvroLK. 
Boston, . 

Chelsea, . 

Revere, 

Winthrop, 

Totals, 

WORCVSTEB. 

Ashbnrnham, . 
Athol, 
Anbnrn, . 
Barre, 
Berlin, 
Blaekstone, 
Bolton, 
Boylston, . 
Brookfield, 
Charlton, . 
Clinton, . 
Dana, 
Donglas, . 
Dndley, . 
Fitchbnrg, 
Gardner, . 
Grafton, . 
Hardwick, 
Harvard, . 
Holden, . 
Hopedale, 
Habbardston, . 
Lancaster, 
Leloester, . 
Leominster, 



Total 
Valuation 

OF 

A88B8SSD 

BSTATB 

MatI. 
ISM. 



$1,021,329 

968,268 

8,625,694 



$68,080,838 

$928,109,042 

29,166,064 

6,699,480 

4,578,560 



$961,647,096 

$1,074,929 
3,696,240 

648,693 
1,439,751 

486,801 
2,620,290 

473,110 

516,787 
1,346,062 

919,120 
6,927,124 

293,929 
1,038,000 
1,046,010 
18,463,116 
4,746,001 
2,352,750 
1,466,120 

893,965 
],2(|^,904 
1,704,672 

661,366 
3,014,371 
2,069,066 
6,871,614 



Tax for State, County, and City or Toww 
Purposes, including Overlayinos. 



On 

Personal 

BBtato. 



On Real 
Estate. 



On 
Polls. 



Total. 



Rate 
OF . 

Total 
Tax 

FEB 

tijooo. 



$T,190 


$20,669 


$1,344 


$20,203 


$14 60 


1,797 


10,322 


896 


13,016 


13 60 


10,800 


65,186 


3,456 


69,441 


18 80 

1 


$202,097 


$934,083 


$57,146 


$1,193,826 , 


- 


$2,616,874 


$0,263,921 


$279,678 


$18,169,873 : 


1 

$18 80 


42,187 


821,320 


8,796 


372,808 


16 40 


4,746 


85,680 


1,977 


92,262 

1 


18 40 


2,168 


71,933 


919 


76,010 


16 80 


$2,664,964 


$9,742,704 


$291,270 


$12,698,938 


- 


$3,440 


$16,909 


$1,148 


$20,497 


$18 00 


16,387 


63,176 


8,904 


72,466 


18 60 


1,679 


6,869 


760 


9,208 


16 40 


6,609 


17,427 


1.264 


24,300 


16 00 


670 


8,932 


602 


6,004 


! 085 


11,705 


30,220 


8,262 


46,177 


16 00 


664 


8,707 


602 


4,763 


000 


1,092 


6,369 


418 


6,879 


18 60 


4,222 


10,210 


1,890 


26.822 


17 60 


2,149 


10,260 


1,116 


13,624 


18 60 


27,899 


87,003 


6,026 


121,018 


16 60 


1,463 


3,003 


888 


4,864 


16 80 


3,226 


9,749 


1,048 


14,083 


18 60 


6,019 


12,118 


1,440 


18,877 


16 40 


76,065 


268,134 


14,906 


849,096 


18 10 


26,804 


73,862 


6,940 


106,606 


8100 


' 10,855 


29,141 


2,618 


42,614 


17 00 


4,931 


12,966 


1,400 


. 19,287 


18 80 


2,442 


7,124 


674 


10,240 


10 70 


4,388 


16,681 


1,248 


81,817 

1 


16 60 


7,224 


6,412 


738 


14,374 


800 


' 1,226 


8,695 


790 


10,710 


16 00 


20,346 


18,114 


1,024 


34,484 


11 10 


11,666 


21,649 


1,842 


84,047 


16 00 


! 14,766 


78,174 


6,146 


08,076 


17 80 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



51 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 
ol 


Number 
of 

COWB 

Aeaeaaed. 


Number 

of 

Sheep 

Aaeesaed. 


Number 

of 

NeatCaUle 

other 

than Cows 

Aaseased. 


Number 

of 

Bwioe 

AsBeaeed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. 


Number axtd 
Valxtb of Fowl 

A88B88BD. 


Horaea 
AieeMed. 


Number. 


Value. 


841 


201 


80 


10 


„ 


1,074 


18,590 


. 


• 


870 


600 


80 


88 


110 


367 


8,087 


4,084 


$2,042 


481 


336 


- 


13 


37 


1,142 


3,940 


898 


449 


12.282 


8,072 


863 


1,321 


1.717 


22,042 


368,966 


47,073 


$22,677 


U,000 


850 


- 


" 




67,700 


18,450 


- 


- 


1,180 


87 


- 


~ 


- 


4,834 


961 


- 


- 


874 


168 


- 


1 


61 


1,513 


8,331 


- 


- 


254 


83 


- 




- 


1,051 


776 


p 


- 


12,758 


1,188 


- 


1 


61 


65,098 


23,518 


- 


- 


867 


881 


46 


180 


50 


512 


23,403 


3,174 


$1,687 


841 


420 


109 


106 


167 


1,264 


18,800 


4,686 


2,280 


274 


642 


- 


145 


107 


279 


9,429 


4,285 


1,604 


&02 


1,661 


28 


405 


168 


498 


26,212 


5,066 


2,076 


271 


656 


28 


72 


94 


231 


7,643 


4,684 


2,342 


380 


824 


- 


55 


5 


817 


9,463 


1,660 


805 


206 


677 


80 


171 


74 


198 


12,113 


6,996 


2,998 


244 


651 


27 


125 


61 


155 


11,802 


2,313 


1,186 


476 


584 


198 


205 


83 


590 


18,479 


650 


275 


651 


1,095 


82 


526 


139 


434 


27,016 


5,614 


2,245 


684 


180 


1 


20 


08 


1,442 


3,708 


- 


- 


185 


178 


84 


70 


34 


182 


10,838 


763 


380 


840 


260 


- 


70 


102 


449 


21,237 


1,701 


716 


2S6 


630 


9 


224 


186 


377 


12,769 


- 


- 


1,006 


665 


11 


134 


185 


3,076 


16,815 


4,689 


2,344 


827 


476 


30 


60 


82 


1,407 


12,494 


- 


- 


580 


059 


84 


207 


109 


1,003 


13,296 


4,225 


2,110 


473 


1,448 


22 


816 


172 


374 


24,000 


- 


- 


800 


1,074 


24 


240 


97 


280 


16,220 


6,984 


3,492 


373 


692 


80 


200 


212 


428 


20,038 


6,243 


8,122 


127 


126 


- 


14 


18 


244 


3.064 


- 


- 


857 


810 


89 


137 

• 


48 


384 


26,387 


1,939 


928 


504 


524 


79 


172 


78 


446 


16.346 


2,755 


1,378 


473 


, 626 


70 


60 


51 


596 


14,732 


4,019 


2,000 


90S 


671 


26 


155 


76 


1,543 

1 


17,421 


938 


478 



52 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894, 



Aggregates op Polls, Property, Taxes, 



COUNTIES, CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 



WoRCSBTER — Cod. 
Lonenburg, 
Mcndorif . 
Milford, . 
Millbnry, . 
New BraiDtre<', 
North Brook flolil, 
Northborou)eb, 
Northbrldge, . 
Oakham, . 
Oxford, . 
PaxtoD, . 
Petersham, 
PhlllipttoD, 
Princeton, 
Royalston, 
Rutland, . 
Shrewsbury, . 
Bouthboroogh, 
Sonthbrldge, . 
Spencer, . 
Sterling, . 
Sturbridgc, 
Sutton, 
Templeton, 
Upton, 
Uxbrldge, 
Warren, . 
Webster, . 
West Boylston, 
West Brook field, 
Westbo rough, 
Westminster, 
Winchendon, 
Worcester, 
Totals, 



Number of 

Residents Assessed 

ON Property. 



Number or Nom- 




334 
248 
1,223 
540 
117 
749 
326 
413 
237 



4 

16 

8 



488 


49 


122 


- 


296 


- 


157 


- 


270 


14 


267 


34 


206 


16 


514 


- 


356 


44 


809 


44 


1,026 


28 


325 


20 


' 324 


12 


360 


24 


609 


112 


453 


. 1 


616 


13 


596 


14 


698 


62 


380 


68 


348 


4 


781 


25 


408 


3 


825 


31 


8,873 


1,879 


39.686 


4,569 



366 
248 
1.469 
604 
117 
763 
341 
421 
237 
637 
122 
296 
157 
284 
291 
221 
614 
400 
853 
1,048 
345 
336 
384 
721 
464 
628 
610 
750 
438 
362 
806 
411 
856 
' 10,752 
j 44,255 



KESIDS 


:nt8 As 


SBHSED 


ON 


Property. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


190 


23 


213 


106 




106 . 


146 


39 


185 


80 


13 


93 


56 


2 


57 


81 




81 • 


98 


16 


109' 


91 


2 


93 


73 




73 


160 


27 


177 


76 


- 


76 


147 




147 


122 


4 


126 


116 


7 


123 


106 


26 


131 


110 


13 


123 


162 


- 


102 


80 


21 


101 


40 


6 


46 


111 


8 


119 


136 


14 


149 


117 


12 


129 


106 


28 


133 ' 


139 


23 


162 


138 


1 


189 


126 


8 


129 


101 


4 


106 


78 


16 


94 


68 


16 


73 


76 


4 


80 


136 


8 


189 


l&o 


• 7 


162 


137 


21 


158 , 


685 


98 


783 


7,541 


810 I 

1 


8,351 



Number op rEiis<«x9 
Assessed. 



On 
Prop, 
erty. 



579 
354 

1,644 
607 
174 
834 
460 
614 
310 
714 
198 
443 
283 
407 
422 
344 
676 
601 
899 

1,167 
494 
466 
517 
883 
693 
667 
715 
844 
611 
432 
945 
673 

1,014 
11,535 



For Poll 
Tax 
only. 



Total. 



110 


689 


90 


449 


1,816 


3,460 


837 


1,684 


73 


247 


T40 


1,674 


246 


696 


1,046 


1.660 


67 


367 


317 


1,031 


32 


290 


66 


508 


26 


308 


89 


496 


82 


604 


118 


467 


105 

1 


781 


880 


831 


909 


1.868 


■ 1.116 


2,282 


114 


60S 


1 249 


714 


423 


940 


424 


1,307 


1 258 


861 


667 


1,314 


788 


1.608 


1,420 


2,264 


628 


1,039 


179 


611 


744 


1.689 


130 


703 


666 


1,679 


20,859 


32.894 



52.606 53.481 ■ 106,087 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



53 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Xamber 
of Male 


Tar 

on each 

Male Poll. 


Vai.ue o» 

1 Excluding 
Resident 
Bank Stock. 


A89ES8BD Personal 
Estate. 


Value of A 


lSsbssed Real Estate. 


Polls 


Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 


Total. 


Buildings, 

excluding 

Land. 

$272,079 


Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 

$415,061 


ToUI. 


3«3 


$2 00 


1 

1 $76,103 




$76,103 


$688,030 


257 


2 00 


77,643 


- 


77.643 


202,303 


267,229 


469,582 


2,742 


3 00 1 


813,379 


$251,424 


1,064,803 


2,751,671 


1,461,404 


4,212,975 


1,250 


2 00 


1 563,930 


76,000 


639,930 


1,138,399 


621,228 


1,659,627 


182 


2 00 1 


92,870 


- 


92,870 


101,350 


243,165 


844,605 


1,247 


2 00 1 


231,380 


- 


231,380 


1,067,865 


456,095 


1,513.960 


497 


2 00 


197,439 


62,316 


259,755 


661,890 


406.146 


968,035 


1,357 


2 00 ' 

1 


i 1,138,153 


134,400 


1,272,563 


1,086,810 


386,845 


1,421,666 


193 


2 00 ' 


47,813 


- 


47,813 


123,644 


166,755 


289,899 


656 


2 00 1 


' 256,089 


26,768 


282,867 


682,040 


382,980 


965,620 


190 


2 00 1 


40,136 


- 


40,136 


98,367 


144,663 


243,030 


267 


2 00 1 


82,720 


- 


82.720 


208,447 


308,606 


617,062 


142 


2 00 1 


73,697 


- 


73,697 


63,315 


170,871 


284,186 


SOI 


2 00 


137,726 


- 


187,726 


378,596 


313,689 


692,184 


289 


2 00 


89,091 

1 


- 


89,091 


189,260 


240,005 


429,255 


280 


2 00 


66,933 

1 


- 


66,933 


187,966 


263,975 


451,930 


393 


2 00 


179,494 


- 


179,494 


870,404 


463,114 


823,608 


613 


200 


1 845,827 


- 


345,827 


674,940 


888,849 


1,063,7.89 


1.M7 


2 00 


1 773.687 


56,430 


829,017 


1,868,676 


823,760 


2,692,436 


1.942 ' 


2 00 


918,311 


142,440 


1,060,751 


1,751,685 


1,021,280 


2,772,815 


309 


2 00 


93,675 


- 


93.676 


352,950 


396,820 


749,770 


487 


2 00 


227,480 


- 


227,480 


417,626 


293,026 


710,660 


706 


2 00 


365,168 


- 


365,168 


508,816 


422,696 


981,410 


804 1 


2 00 


' 210,928 


- 


210,928 


700,800 


336,922 


1,037,522 


534 


2 00 


1 204,280 


- 


204,280 


496,290 


268.931 


765,221 


1,005 


2 00 


693,190 


67,950 


651,140 


946,660 


567,615 


1,514,166 


1,214 


2 00 


56S,466 


- 


668,466 


1,462,460 


657,675 


2,120,126 


1,986 i 

] 


2 00 


1,075,379 


66,650 


1,141,929 


1,482,110 


500,668 


1,982,778 


801 , 


2 00 


295,450 


- 


295.450 


679,910 


271.700 


951,610 


416 ' 


2 00 


91,963 


- 


91,963 


420,646 


250,414 


671,059 


1,2SI 1 


2 00 


350,056 


67.200 


407,256 


1,543,621 


762,021 


2,305,642 


m , 


2 00 


79,442 


41,670 


121,112 


278,724 


306,487 


585,211 


1.330 


2 00 


491,085 


122,125 


613,210 


996,785 


662,302 


1,649,087 


27,414 


2 00 


16,028,750 


1,18:>,876 


17.214,626 


35,083,950 


34,099.000 
$67,612,720 


69,182,950 


JR.509 


- 


$42,129,113 


$."1.50.5,452 


$45,634. 5(y) 


$«7,882,382 


$155,495,108 



54 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



A00RBOATE8 OF Polls, Propebtt, Taxis, 





Total 
Valuation 


1 

' Tax for State, County, and City or Town 


Rate 


COUNTIES. CITIES 
AND TOWNS. 


OF 

Assessed 

BSTATB 

MatI, 

1S94. 

. _ 


Purposes, includinu Overlj 


L tin as. 
TotaL 


OF 

Total 
Tax 

PER 

$1,000. 


On 

Personal 

Efltate. 


On Real 
Estate. 


On 
Polls. 


W0RCB8TER — Con , 






1 


Lunenburg, 


' $764,133 


$1,281 


$11,008 


$726 


$18,016 


1 $16 00 


Mendon, . . . . 


637,175 ' 

1 


1,010 


6,974 


614 


7,408 ! 


13 00 


Mllford 


6,277,778 

1 


18,634 


73,727 


6,484 


07,846 


17 60 


Mlllbury 


2,299,557 


11.327 


29,376 


2,600 


48,202 


17 TO 


New Braintrec, 


437,376 

1 i 


1,068 


3,062 


864 


6.304 


11 50 


North Brook field, . 


1,745,340 


6,090 


33,307 


2,404 


40,801 


22 00 


Nortbborough, 


1,227,790 


1 3,060 


14,663 


004 


10,617 


16 26 


Nortbbrldge, . 


2,694,208 1 


15,652 


17,486 


2,714 


86,852 


12 30 


Oakham 


337,212 

1 


813 


4,815 


386 


6,014 1 


17 00 


Oxford, . . . . 


1,248,477 


4,016 


13,712 


1,312 


10,040 


14 20 


Paxton, . . . . 


283,166 


482 


2,922 


260 


8,664 


12 00 


I'etersham, 


599.772 


852 


6,326 


634 


6.712 

1 


10 90 


Phillipston, 


307,883 


1,104 


8,794 


284 


6,272 


1 16 20 


Princeton, 


829,900 


1,549 


7,787 


602 


0,038 


11 25 


Royalston, 


518,946 


897 


4,292 


678 


6,767 


10 00 


Rutland, . . . . 


518,863 


1,472 


9,942 


578 


11.002 


22 00 


ShrewHbury, . 


1 1,003,102 


2,405 


11,036 


786 


14,227 


18 40 


Soiithborough, 


1,409,616 

1 


4,358 


13,404 


1,226 


18,988 


12 00 


Soathbridi(e, . 


3,521,452 


15,917 


61,695 


3.094 


70,706 

1 


10 20 


Spencer 


3,833,566 


22,806 


60,616 


3,884 


86,306 


21 50 


Sterling, . . . . 


843.445 


1,189 


0,532 


708 


11,610 


12 70 


Sturbrldgc, 


938,130 


3,071 


0,594 


074 


13,680 


13 50 


Button, . . . . 


1,296,578 


4.664 


11,643 


1,632 


17,730 


12 50 


Teinpleton, 


1,248,450 


4,355 


21,426 


1,788 


27,668 


1 20 65 


Upton, . . . . 


969,501 


2,860 


10,713 


1,068 


14,641 


14 00 


Uxbridi<o 


2,16,5,305 


10,417 


24,226 


2,010 


86,653 


16 00 


Warren, . . . . 


2,6S8,590 


8,413 


31,878 


2,428 


42,210 , 

] 


14 80 


Webster, . 


3.124,707 


15,987 


27,769 


3,872 


47,618 


1 14 00 

1 


West Boylston, 


1,247,060 


4,786 


16,416 


1,602 


21,804 


16 20 


West Brookficld. . 


763,022 


1,410 


10,289 


880 


12,620 I 


15 33 


WcBtborough, . 


2,712,89S 


6,638 


37,582 


2,682 


46,802 


16 30 


WcslraloBtcr, . 


706,323 


1,756 


8,486 


848 


11,090 


14 50 

1 


Winchendon, . 


2,262,297 


10,425 


28,036 


2.660 


41,121 


17 00 


Worcester, 


fi6,397,.'i76 


261,662 


1,051.581 


64,828 


1,368.071 


1 15 30 


TotalH, 


$201,129,673 


$71.->,81l 


$2,478,185 


$167,018 


$3,361,014 


- 


. 






_ 











1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



55 



Etc., as Assessed Mat 1, 1894 — Continued. 



Number 

of 
Horsea 


Number 

of 

Cowa 

Aaaeaaed. 


Number 

of 

Sheep 

Asseaaed. 


Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 

than Cows 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 

Bwine 

Assessed. 


Number 

of 
Dwelling 

Houses 
Assessed. 


Number ' 

of 
Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. ; 


' nukbsr and 
1 Valub 01" Fowl 

A8HB8BSD. 

Number. ' Value. 

t 1 


417 


751 


10 


132 


65 


322 


17,149 1 


4,291 


$1,289 


264 


496 


- 


116 


59 


233 


10,839 


- 


- 


T19 


371 


- 


47 


33 


1,625 


9,352 I 


- 


- 


466 


583 


1 


89 


60 


720 


9,278 ' 


- 


- 


278 


1,069 


19 


321 


189 


115 


12,856 ' 


2,239 


1,120 


638 


809 


13 


226 


140 


668 


12,756 


- 


- 


SOB 


617 


25 


136 


51 


368 


11,177 


1,530 


748 


377 


864 


- 


70 


41 


681 


9,665 


668 


816 


214 


679 


24 


131 


40 


172 


13,083 , 


- 


- 


387 


442 


- 


141 


93 


552 


16.164 


6,106 


1,702 


165 


864 


16 


75 


38 


133 


9,069 


2,287 


1,143 


886 


544 


249 


180 


134 


261 


23,020 


3,212 


1,606 


220 


240 


65 


122 


59 


181 


14,675 


1,688 


844 


S16 


1,010 


16 


149 


67 


255 


22,017 


1,272 


686 


266 


617 


24 


207 


102 


274 


25,752 


- 


- 


299 


776 


22 


168 


59 


236 


22,229 


735 


367 


421 


913 


5 


291 


182 


872 


12,634 


9,151 4,575 


468 


1,119 


1 


148 


87 


480 


7,641 


4,602 


2,868 


686 


668 


121 


184 


62 


969 


12,330 


1,448 


435 


787 


1.078 


49 


854 


186 


1,148 


20,162 


2,180 


1,090 


894 


1,191 


52 


284 


112 


545 


18,722 


- 


- 


866 


588 


164 


879 


98 


348 


21,610 


- 


- 


468 


687 


42 


270 


117 


495 


20,178 

• 1 


2,102 


1,051 


623 


426 


22 


101 


128 


664 


18,392 


416 


125 


381 


407 


- 


112 


69 


411 


12,942 


3,978 


1,859 


684 


682 


- 


165 


67 


566 


17,706 


1,865 


690 


486 


1,179 


258 


330 


78 


708 


16,475 


- 


- 


428 


248 


- 


34 


41 


806 


7,464 


- 


- 


417 


666 


6 


63 


160 


480 


8,290 


- 


- 


206 


676 


21 


467 


83 


350 


12,197 


1,275 637 


609 


1,084 


- 


172 


74 


825 


11,580 


5,295 


2,647 


406 


644 


88 


155 


52 


352 


21,295 


- 


- 


687 


470 


74 


122 


124 


846 


24,563 


2,780 


1,300 


6,804 


1,726 


6 


163 


346 


10,724 


20,835 

012,712 ] 

1 


1 2,175 > 1,100 


81,296 


89,886 


2,485 


10,089 


5,652 


44,038 


132,118 


$61,627 



56 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 









Aggregates 


OF Polls, 


Property, Taxes, 




Ndmbeb of 
rb8idsnt8 assesbsd 


NuMBEB OF Non- 
residents Assessed 


i 

NuMBEB OF Persons 


COUNTIES. 


ON 


PBOPBB 


.TY. 

Total. 

1 


ON 


Pbopebty. 


Assessed. 




Indi. 
vldoala. 


All 
Others. 


Indi- 
viduals. 


AU 
Others. 


1 
Total. 

1 


On For Poll 
Prop- 1 Tax i ToUl. 
erty. only. 


Barnstable, 


7,823 


639 


8,462 


i 3,280 


236 


8,466 


11,928 


2,476 


14,404 


Berkshire, 


11,863 


953 


12,816 


2,105 

1 


292 


2,397 


15,213 


13,101 


28,314 


Bristol, .... 


22,622 


3,528 


1 
26.150 


1 

4,484 


543 


5,027 


31,177 

1 


38,859 


09,586 


Dnkes, .... 


1,291 


146 


1,437 


1,830 


79 


1 
1,909 1 3,346 


447 


8,793 


Essex, .... 


30,649 


6,087 


45,636 


1 7,374 

1 


852 


1 
8,226 54,862 


63,113 


117,975 


Franklin, .... 


7,801 


425 


8,226 


2.206 


180 


2,386 10,612 


5,261 


16,863 


Hampden, 


17,408 


2,042 


19,450 


2,460 


183 


2,643 


1 22,093 


27,704 


49,797 


Hampshire, 


8,478 


470 


8,943 


1,800 


164 


1,964 


10,907 


6,598 


17,605 


Middlesex, 


61,584 


6,876 


68,460 


13,705 


2,104 


15,809 


84,269 


97,402 


131,671 


Nantucket, 


1,258 


41 


1,299 


610 


2 


612 


1,911 


284 


2,195 


Norfolk 


22,735 


2,396 


25,181 


1 

7,272 


727 


7,999 


33,130 


21,234 64,364 


Plymouth, 


19,224 


2,266 


21,490 

1 


1 8,927 


749 


9,676 


31,166 


14,600 


45,766 


Buffolk, .... 


39,548 


11,498 


1 
51,046 ' 


6,348 


889 


7,237 


58,283 


130,867 


189,150 


Worcester, 


89,686 


4,569 


44,255 


1 7,541 


810 


8,351 


52,606 


53,481 ; 106,087 


Totals, 


300,865 


41,936 


342,801 


69,892 

1 


7,810 


I 

77,702 1 421,503 


474,917 


896,420 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



57 



Etc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Recapitulation. 



Nnmber 
of Male 

Polls 
AiMsaed. 



VaLUS OV A88S8SED PXBSONAL 
ESTATB. 



Excluding 

Resldeot 

Bank Stoek. 



8,106 



22,110 



54.790 



1,276 



00.057 
11,707 
40,046 
13,806 
1S5,876 
857 
36,088 
28,573 



-T 



$8,448,170 

10,206,632 

60,876,510 

375,601 

59,528.106 

4.037.820 
24,474,556 

6,190,651 

77,293,585 

048,293 

48,058,404 

11,783,186 



151,4S1 ' 198,977,220 



88,509 



43,120,118 



m,740 ' $6S8,8e8,126 



Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 



Total. 



Value op Assessed Real Estate. 



$524,302 



1,272,050 



18.074 



6,118,686 



407,223 



2,877,611 



544,767 



3,919,565 



105,376 



1,114,624 



605,460 



13,428,656 



8,505,452 



$80,808,879 



$8,967,481 



11,500.582 



5,359,824 ' 56,286,384 



894,665 



65,046.882 



4,446,043 



26.852,167 



6.785,418 



81,213,150 



1,053,569 



44,178,118 



12,888,655 



207,405,876 



45,684,565 



$572,666,505 



BulldlngB, 

excluding 

Land. 



Land, 
excluding 
Buildings. 



$8,006,838 

20,051,312 

60,128,450 

2,157,392 

101,170,852 

9,416,423 

50,465,621 

13,632,039 

194,856,566 

1,249,735 

57,185,967 

32,216,879 

318,861,170 
87,882,382 



$957,380,626 



$4,733,864 



15,798.940 



45,610,418 



1,382,130 



Total. 



$12,740,202 



85,850,252 



105,788,868 



3,480,522 



7.687,926 


17,104.349 


37,734,006 


88,199,627 


9,249,762 


22,881,801 


157.587,246 


852,892,812 


702,925 


1.952,660 


58,485,002 


115,670,969 


23,524,804 


66,741,683 


435,280,050 


754,141,220 


67,012,726 


156,495,108 


$941,574,374 


$1,898,855,000 



58 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AaOREOATES OF POLLS, PbOPERTT, TaXBS, 



— — 


- - — - - - 


— 





- 


. 




Total 

Valuation 

or 


Tax roR Btatb. Codntt, and Citt or Town 

PUBPOHBS, INCLtTDINO OVBRLATIlfgB. 


COUNTIES. 


ASSBSSXD 
BSTATB 

Mat 1, 
1894. ! 












On Personal 
Estate. 


On Real 
EsUte. 


On Polls. 
$16,210 


Total. 


Barnstable, 


$21,707,683 


$87,721 


$146,697 


$250,028 


Berkshire, 


47.419,834 


156,764 


534,621 


44,220 


735,605 


Bristol 


161,075,202 


901.854 


1,783,570 


100,598 


2,745,022 


Dukes, .... 


3,884,187 


4,464 


48,183 


2,633 


60,180 


Essex, .... 


248,102,809 


1,017,577 


2,863,725 


180,114 


4.061,416 


FraDklin, .... 


21,549,392 


67,012 


252,563 


23,414 


S4S,089 


Hampden, 


115,051,704 


' 366,985 


1,190,145 


80,092 


1,637.122 


Hampshire, 


29,617,219 


i 102,128 


348,345 


26,612 


477,080 


Middlesex, 


433,606,962 


1,255,666 


6,542,218 


271,752 


7,060,686 


Nantaoket, 


3,006,220 


10,536 


19,526 


1,714 


31,776 


Norfolk 


159,844,067 

1 


! 534,739 


1,662,558 


72,076 


2.250,873 


Plymonth, 


68,080,338 


202,097 


934,083 


57,146 


1,108.326 


Bnflolk, .... 


961.547,096 


1 

1 2.064,964 


9,742.704 


201,270 


12.608.038 


Worcester, 


201,129,673 


715,811 


2,478,185 


167,018 


8.861.014 


Totals, 


$2,471,521,505 


$8,088,313 


$27,482,123 


$1,848,760 


$86,014,205 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



59 



Ktc., as Assessed May 1, 1894 — Recapitolation. 



Naml>er 


Number 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 

of 

Dwelling 

Houaea 

Aaaeaaed. 


Number 

of 


Number and 
Valus or Fowl 


of 

Horaea 

Aueaaed. 


of 

Cowa 

Aaaeaaed. 


of 

Sheep 

Aaaeeaed. 


Neat Cattle 

other 
than Cowa 
AsaeBsed. 


of 

Bwine 

Asaeeeed. 


Acree of 

Land 
Aaaeaaed. 


AS8BS8BD. 

• 
Number. Value. 


3,750 


2,847 


157 


440 


99 


8,495 


175,540 


19,509 


$7,040 


12,537 


18,558 


12,686 


6,322 


2,801 


15.052 


547,254 


58,094 


20,371 


I4.9n 


11,092 


316 


1,403 


1,663 


28,611 


317,583 


112,933 


44,200 


881 


776 


8,619 


319 


12 


2,172 


50,471 


211 


73 


21,613 


16^387 


455 


2,058 


3,874 


54,668 


275,151 


85.014 


40,247 


8,574 


12,900 


11,205 


5,644 


2,573 


8,142 


401,075 


29,052 


10,954 


12,7m 


12,821 


2,679 


4,152 


2.000 


22,610 


353,343 


37,376 


11,995 


8,914 


13,872 


3,130 


4,607 


2,800 


9,590 


338,633 


50,747 


18,381 


38»049 


30,706 


1.085 


3,582 


7,916 


86,461 


486,655 


147,087 


68,600 


402 


491 


716 


108 


- 


1,140 


19.836 


1,208 


604 


14,582 


12,221 


312 


1,013 


4,867 


25,168 


230,948 


58.921 


28,467 


12,232 


8,072 


863 


1.321 


1,717 


22,042 


368,966 


47,078 


22.677 


12,758 


1,188 


- 


1 


61 


65,098 


23,518 


- 


- 


81,298 


30,886 


2,485 


10,089 


5,652 


44,938 


912,712 


132.113 


61,627 


198,438 


182,4n 


44,608 


41,050 


35,603 


394,187 


4,502,585 


779,938 


$385,226 



60 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



AOOREOATES OF POLLS, PrOPERTT, TaXES, Etc., 



• DATE. 


NUMBBB or PEB80MB 
A8BB88BD. 


nuhbbb of 
Polls 

AB8BSSED. 

1 


Value of Asbbsbbd Pbbbon^l 
Estate. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 
Tax 
only. 


Total. 


Male. 


Fe. 


Bzclnding 

fiealdent 

Bank Stock. 


Heatdent 

Bank 

Stock. 


ToUl. 


May 1, 1861, 


- 


- 


280,885 


- 


— 


_ 


$309,897,669 


Mayl 


,1862, 


- 


- 


- 


276,443 


- 


- 


- 


815,311,213 


Mayl 


,1863, 


- 


- 


- 


275,758 


- 


- 


- 


343,500,267 


Mayl, 


1864, 




- 


- 


881,220 


- 


- 


- 


824,584,847 


Mayl 


, 1865, 


- 


- 


- 


287,655 


- 


- 


- 


386,079,955 


Mayl 


, 1866. 


- 


- 


- 


806,903 


- 


- 


- 


430,272,298 


Mayl 


, 1867, 


- 


- 


- 


315,742 


- 


- 


- 


457,728,296 


Mayl 


,1868, 


- 


- 


- 


332,259 


- 


- 


"* 


469,785,363 


Mayl 


.1860, 


- 


- 


- 


337,342 


- 


- 


- 


503,065,988 


Mayl 


, 1870, 


- 


- 


- 


357,839 


- 


- 


- 


516,080,535 


Mayl 


, 1871, 


- 


- 


- 


374,079 


- 


- 


- 


506,154,883 


Mayl 


,im% 




- 


- 


396,784 


- 


- 


- 


565,294,628 


Mayl 


, 1878, 


- 


- 


- 


408,131 


- 


- 


- 


537,388,751 


Mayl, 


, 1874, 


- 


- 


- 


415,991 


- 


- 


- 


541,348,102 


Mayl 


. 1875, 




- 


- 


417,788 


- 


- 


- 


520,701.380 


Mayl 


, 1876, 




- 


- 


418,770 


- 


- 


- 


507,083,288 


Mayl 


, 1877, 


- 




^ 


418,546 


- 1 


- 


- 


476.643.613 


Mayl 


, 1878, 


- 


~ 


- 


423,094 


1 

1 


- 


» 


450,431.046 


Mayl 


, 1879. 


- 




- 


430,561 


- 


- 


- 


438,771,779 


Mayl 


,1880, 


- 


- 


- 


453,103 


- 


- 


- 


473,596,730 


Mayl, 


, 1881, 


- 


- 


- 


469,207 


- 


- 


- 


498,274,149 


Mayl 


,1882, . I 


- 


_, 


_ 


482.844 


- 


- 




494,689,063 


Mayl, 


, 1883, 


- 


- 


498,828 


- 


- 


- 


505.185,764 


Mayl 


,1884, . , 


1 


- 


511,907 


- 


- 


- 


498.427,066 


Mayl 


,1885, 


1 


- 


519,446 


- 


- 


- 


494,355,244 


Mayl, 


. 1886, 


3-28,756 360,742 


689.498 


538,595 


971 


$467,110,636 


$30,918,113 


507,037,749 


Mayl 


, 1887, 


340,000 377,039 


717,939 


552,853 


992 


484,197.384 


40,691.337 


524,888,721 


Mayl 


.1888, 


347,565 394,871 


742,436 573.721 


1,240 


491,886,284 


40,397,795 


538,284,079 


Mayl 


, 1889, 


863,506 408,506 


772,012 590.212 

'i 


2,704 


501,533,637 


41.137,314 

1 


542,670.051 



TIATT5 


NUMBEB OF 
RESIDBNTfl AaSESBBD 

ON Pbopebtt. 


NuMBEB OF Non- 
residents ASHESBED 
ON Pbopebtt. 


Nuxbeb of Pebsonb 
Assessed. 




Indl. 
viduaU. 


All 
Others. 

30,897 


ToUl. 
302,604 ' 


Indl- 
vldaals. 


All 
Others. 


Total. 


On 
Prop- 
erty. 


For Poll 

Tax 

only. 


Total. 


May 1. 1890. . 


271,707 


64,638 


5,419 


70,057 


372.632 


430.383 


803,015 


Mayl. 1891, . 


278.028 


34.313 


312,341 


65,563 


6,375 


71,938 


382.553 


444,018 


827,471 


Mayl, 1892. . 


282,908 


38,162 


321,070 


67,331 


6,773 


74,104 


395.173 1 463,132 


858,305 


May 1,1893, . 


292,498 


37,978 830.476 1 


68,212 


7.2t0 


75,472 


405,848 475,502 


881.350 


Mayl, 1894, . 


300,865 


41,036 


342.801 


09,802 


7,810 77,702 


421,503 


474,917 


896,420 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



61 



AS Assessed during Thirty-pour Years, 1861-94. 



Value op Asbbssbd Rial Bstats. 


Total 
Valuation 

OF 

Aassfl.^BD 


Tax tob State, County, and City or 
Town Purposes, includino Overt.atinos. 


Baildlngs, 


Land, 


1 


Pe2Sn.l 0°.?f • 






ezeludlng 


exdudlDg 


ToUl. 1 


Estate. 


On Polls. 


Total. 


Land. 


BuildiDga. 






Estate. 


ABinte. 








- 


$552,087,749 


$861,486,418 


— 


— 


$465,833 


$7,600,501 


- 


- 


648.669,118 


868,980,826 


- 


- 


664,776 


8,606,611 


- 


- 


663,650,716 


897,150,983 


- 


- 


667,800 


10,609,007 


- 


- 


677.298,256 . 


901,883,103 


- 


- 


674,274 


12,876,860 


- 


- 


006,701,946 


991,841,901 


- 


- 


607,628 


16,800,332 


- 


- 


651,043,708 


1,081,316,001 


- 


- 


641,413 


15,094,030 


- 


- 


708,166,117 


1,165,898,413 


- 


- 


664,098 


19,104,074 


- 


- 


750,728,017 


1,220,508,080 


- 


- 


096,179 


16.066,103 


- 


- 


888,083,415 ' 


1,341,109,408 


- 


- 


721,675 


20.007,860 


- 


- 


901,067,841 


1,417,127,876 


- 


- 


757,734 


21,022,669 


- 


- 


091,196,803 


1,497,361,686 


- 


- 


782,763 


22,063,946 


- 


- 


1,181,306,347 


1,096,699,909 


- 


- 


825,260 


22,911,883 


- 


- 


1,226,041,239 


1,763,429,990 


- 


- 


854,250 


25.163,899 


- 


- 


1,289,103,293 1 


1,830,461,305 


- 


- 


877,676 


28,681,176 


- 


- 


1,311,031,326 


1,840,732,706 


- 


- 


878,108 


27,712,896 


- 


- 


1,202,226,267 


1,769,300,665 


- 


- 


827,519 


24,778,803 


- 


- 


1,101,583,169 


1,668,226,782 


- 


- 


836.968 


23,016,930 


- 


- 


1,118,467,164 


1,568,888,210 


- 


- 


846,170 


21,186,737 


- 




1,000,749,235 


1,529,521,014 


- 


- 


766,842 


21,012,833 


- 


- 


1,111,160,072 


1,684,756,802 


- 


- 


808,608 


24,766,927 


1 


1,149,906,827 


1,648,239,976 


- 


- 


928,660 


24,180,246 


- 




1,189,524,370 


1,684,213,423 


- 


- 


965,380 


26,090,914 


- 




l,2:£6,lll,297 


1,731,297,061 


- 


- 


988,579 


26.323,432 


- 


1,258,452,712 | 


1.766,879,778 


- 


- 


1.014,701 


28.663,549 


^ ^ 


1,287,993,899 


1,782,349,143 


- 


- 


1.030,223 


25,850,317 


$668,346.9S6 $672,147,747 


1,340.498,673 


1,847,531,422 


$6,033,891 


$18,709,706 


1.067,840 


26,701,437 


094,300,880 713,859,007 


1,407,600,086 


1.982,648,807 


7,884,083 


20,351,775 


1,096,029 


28,831,837 


722,570.834' 787,043,188 


1,460,620,022 


1,992,804,101 


7,886,191 


20.855,172 


1,138,311 


29,379,674 


T61,004,60B< 707,806,814 

1 


1,629,499,912 


2,072,170,868 


7,486,027 


21,559,187 


1,171,886 


80,216,660 



^^P^,*r^ ^^ Value of Assessed Personal 
Assessed. JSstate. 


Value of Assessed Real Estate. 


! Excladlng 
Male. { Pe. Reddent 
1 Bank Stock. 


Resident 
Bank 
Stock. 


Total. 


Bnlldlnga, 

ezdading 

Land. 


Land, 
excluding 
Bnlldlnga. 


ToUl. 


607,602 
631,247 
061.M0 
675,209 
«n,740 


7,481 . $618,013,816 
2,716 626,362,223 

688,381,023 
. . 647,660,402 

633,368,126 


$40,083,504 
41,134.638 
41,038.809 
41,024,814 
80,303,379 


$653,996,819 
566,496,761 
679,369,392 
588,676,216 
672,666,605 


$794,704,300 

887,417,603 

878,276,021 

021,123,958 

1 057,280,626 


$805,483,417 
841,127,909 
875,879,677 
918,539,855 
941,574,374 


$1,600,137,807 
1.678,545,512 
1,753,655,698 
1.839.663.813 
1,898,855,000 



62 



POLLS, PROPERTY, TAXES, Etc. 



[1894. 



Aggregates of Polls, Pbopertt, TiJCES, Etc., 





DATK. 






Monet at Intkrrst and othkb Dkbts Ddb 

THK PKRSOMS AS8KS8KD UORK THAN THKT 

ARB iNDKBTBD OR PAT ISTBRKST FOR, 

AS VaLUBD fob ASSB88XBNT. 


Money on 
Hand, includ- 
ing Deposita 
Taxable, aa 

Valued for 
Assesament. 


Public 8U>ckB 
and Securi- 
ties, aa 
Valued for 
Aasesament. 






Secured by 
Mortgage. 


Unsecured. 


ToUl. 


Mayl, 


1881, .... 




. 


• 


. 


. 


Mayl, 


1862, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1863, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1864, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1866, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1866. , 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1867. . 








- 


- 


- 


•• 


- 


Mayl, 


1868, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1869, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1870, 








- 


- 




- 


- 


Mayl, 


1871, 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1872, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1873, 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1874, . 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1876, 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1876, 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1877, 








• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


May 1, 


1878, ' 










- 


- 


- 


- 


Mayl, 


1879, 








$58,360,945 


$33,016,166 


$93,944,109 


$16,143,957 


$66,863,502 


Mayl, 


1880, 








61,314,229 


34,760,516 


99,529,136 


16,799,736 


60,771,899 


Mayl, 


1881, 








62,609,962 


37,186,797 


102,334,558 


19,627,440 


63,823,585 


Mayl, 


1882, 








14,693,776 


45,533,297 


62,562,822 


24,252,351 


67,074,865 


Mayl, 


1883, 








13,770,219 


48,497,016 


63,231,226 


22,450,578 


66,273,002 


May 1, 


1884, 








15,803,068 


50,085,683 


66,263,646 


24,477,220 


61,075,562 


May 1, 


1885, 








18,722,602 


49,889,609 


69,732,600 


26,358,947 


61,524,661 


May 1, 


1886, 








21,483,916 


61,660,777 


74,314,462 


27,676,448 


67,666,487 


May 1, 


1887, 








24,516,548 


61,153.582 


76,278,408 


20,196,700 


71,118,173 


May 1, 


1888, 








27,176,464 


57,697,086 


85,983,780 


30,413,146 


66,290,431 


Mayl, 


1889, 








29,010,496 


48,982,740 


79,368,819 


30,917,946 


68,101,672 



DATE. 



May 1, 1890, 
May 1, 1S91, 
May 1,1892, 
May 1, 1893, 
May 1, 1894, 



Total 
Valuation 


Tax roB State, County, and Citt or Town Pub- 

P0BE8, INCLUDING OYERLAYINOB. 


OP 

Assessed 
Estate. 


On 

Personal 

Estate. 


On Real 

Estate. 


On 

Polls. 

$1,208,831 
1,253,213 
1,291,966 
1,339,123 
1,343,769 


Total. 


$2,154,134,626 
2,245.042,273 
2.333,025,090 
2.428,339,029 
2,471,521,505 


$7,657,801 
7,675,906 
8,100,811 
8,411,016 

8,088,313 

1 


$22,637,034 
23,318,602 
25,078,102 
26,647,163 
27,482,128 


$81,608,666 
82,242,721 
34,466,969 
86,897,292 
86,914,905 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 19. 



63 



AS Assessed during Thirty-four Years, 1861-94 — Concluded. 



stocks in 

Corporations 

withoat the 

Sute, as 

Valaed for 

Aaseasment. 



Number 

of 

Horses 

Assessed. 



Number 

of 

Cows 

Assessed. 



Number 

of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 



46,186;»4 
SS,438,036 

71,873,793 
aS,304,MO 
63,248,244 
66,QQ2,6«6 
72,278,817 
6<,6A2,024 
70,274,868 



88,299 

87,478 

89,228 

91,882 

89,760 

95.154 

97,244 

99,980 

103,118 

107,198 

112,782 

116,719 

123,290 

127,601 

129,069 

127,297 

128,188 

129,417 

132,517 

189,861 

143.778 

147,187 

149,289 

149,787 

151,994 

156,271 

160,837 

166,152 

172,741 



149,090 
151,756 
158,905 
155,043 
145,801 
145,914 
144,561 
151,141 
155,880 
161,185 
162,172 
158,304 
151,033 
147,358 
149.765 
150,123 
162,036 
159,180 
166,309 
174,859 
174,024 
173,673 
160,879 
168,650 
167,817 
174,701 
179,423 
187,994 
192,807 



81,110 

187,478 

150,922 

169,513 

160.997 

157.588 

147,352 

140,319 

112.047 

87,061 

65,565 

58,634 

55,642 

60,279 

58.695 

67.105 

54,524 

54,928 

59,331 

65.123 

66,779 

65,400 

62,780 

61,947 

56,240 

54,627 

55,272 

61,689 

48.619 



Number 

of 

Neat Cattle 

other 
than Cows 
Assessed. 



67,044 
62,156 
64,494 
65,600 
68,884 



Number 


Number of 


Number of 


of 


Dwelling 


Acres of 


Swine 


Houses 


Land 


Assessed. 


Assessed. 


Assessed. 


. 


178,194 


4.062,035 


- 


178,450 


4,397,363 


- 


183,528 


4.383.103 


- 


185,282 


4.410,805 


- 


188.005 


4,481,654 


- 


190,439 


4,426,004 


- 


195,388 


4,429,954 


- 


200,267 


4,412,181 


r- 


207,045 


4.461.024 


' 


214,871 


4.438,649 


- 


284,333 


4,447,087 


- 


233,787 


4,453,968 


- 


243.290 


4.451,137 


- 


249,788 


4,461,566 


- 


256,814 


4,454,362 




261,576 


4,468,112 




266,974 


4.448,876 




269,388 


4,461,157 


- 


272,423 


4,461,476 


- 


276,528 


4,474,674 


- 


280,568 


4,487.769 


- 


286,373 


4.494.559 


- 


291.991 


4.494,311 


- 


300.652 


4,501,162 


44,670 


306,246 


4,504,256 


43,897 


316,011 


4.498,060 


36,798 


823,800 


4.502,787 


34,749 


330,541 


4,497.123 


37.561 


340,457 


4,404,207 



Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 


Number 
of 


Number 

of 
Acres of 

Land 
Assessed. 


nuicbbb amd 
Valui of Fowl 


of 


of 

Cows 

Assessed. 


of 

Sheep 

Assessed. 


Neat Cattle 

other 
than Cows 
Assessed. 


of 

Swine 

Assessed. 


Dwelling 

Houses 

Assessed. 


Assessed. 


Horses 


Number. 


Value. 


178,742 


200,658 


46,899 


82.640 


42,180 


850,537 


4,491.954 


. 


. 


181,706 


198,810 


47,586 


69,088 


40,776 


361,066 


4,498,012 


644,009 


$247,655 


186,113 


194,060 


47,092 


64,887 


80,886 


872,545 


4,504.278 


799,890 


331.820 


101478 


186,800 


46,168 


47,628 


27,871 


883,713 


4,608,945 


880,479 


368,874 


198,488 


182,4n 


44,808 


41,069 


85,603 


894,187 


4,502,585 


779,938 


835,226 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 10. 



ABSTRACT 



or THB 



Certificates of Corporations 



OBQANZZED UNDXB THE 



GENERAL LAWS Of MASSACHUSETTS, 



TOOKTHEB WITH THE 



Annual Ebtubns bequired by Chapteb 106 

OP THE Public Statutes, 



DURING THE TEAB 



1894. 



PBEPABED BT THE 

8B0BBTARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1895. 



C0mmonfamllb of Stassac^trSietls. 



Oftzob of thb Sbokbtabt, Boston, Jan. 1, 1806. 
To ike Honorable Senate and Bouse of BepresenkUivest 

In compliance with the requirements of section 2 of chapter 
106 of the Public Statutes, I have the honor to submit to the 
General Court a true Abstract from the certificates required 
by said chapter to be deposited with the Secretary of the 
Commonwealth. The aggregate amount of capital invested in 
new enterprises in 1894 is $17,170,500, and by increase of 
capital, $7,898,525 additional. The whole number of certifi- 
cates of incorporation issued is 497. The number of annual 
certificates of condition filed is 1,838, of which 47 are dupli- 
cates or omissions of a previous year. 

The amount of fees paid into the treasury of the Common- 
wealth in 1894 from the Corporation division of this ofiice was 
$19,999.26 ; and for filing and recording certificates of limited 
partnership, $48. 

Respectfully, 

WILLIAM M. OLIN, 

Secretary of the CommonweaUh. 



ABSTRACT OF CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION 



A^ ijor-poraiions^ under Chapter 106^ Section 21^ of the Public StcUutes. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 




A. P. Leonard Company, The, . 

A. H. Atwood Company, . 

A. M. Kiles Shoe Company, 

Alpha Puhliflhlng Company, . 

American Watch Tool Company, 

Aithar C. Uarvey Company, The, 

Aahlaod Shoe & Leather Company, 

Atlantic Lam her Company, The, 

AtUeborongh Steam and Blectric 
Company, 



Avon Shoe Company, . 

Bakers' and ConfeeUonera' Cooper- 
ative AMociation, The, . 

Bardwell, AoderaoQ Company, . 

Bay Stale Clothing Company, The, 

Bay Sute Rubber Company, . 

Bay State Secnrity Company, . 

Beala Leather Company, . 

Belding Company, 

Btgelow and Dowee Company, . 

Blancliard k Watte Engraving Com 
PMy.The 



Boston Caeting Company, . 

Boston Coal Company, 

Boston Ezcarston Steamship Com 

p«»y 



Boston Secnrity Company, 

Boston Steam Fishing Co., 

Boylsroo Pharmacy (Incorporated), 

Bndt and Woods Company. The, . 



Springfield, 

Boston, 

Brockton, 

Boston, 

Waltham, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Attleborongh, 
Avon, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 

Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Worceeter, 



$16,000 
5,000 
20,000 
10,000 
40,000 
20,000 

175,000 
25,000 

65,000 
9,600 

1,000 
75.000 
25,000 

6,000 
20,000 

7,000 

25,000 

150,000 

15,000 
25,000 
20,000 

25,000 

25,000 

4,000 

1,000 

10,000 



160 


$100 


1894. 
Dee. 27, 


60 


100 


Mar. 6, 


200 


100 


Ang. 21, 


100 


100 


Feb. 17, 


400 


100 


Oct. 23, 


200 


100 


Mar. 5, 


1,760 


100 


Mar. 26, 


250 


100 


Nov. 26, 


650 


100 


Oct. 28, 


95 


100 


Nov. 10, 


100 


10 


Feb. 17, 


750 


100 


Jnly 9, 


260 


100 


Jan. 24, 


60 


100 


Feb. 15, 


200 


100 


Nov. 7. 


70 


100 


Sept. 26, 


250 


100 


Feb. 28, 


1,500 


100 


Jan. 10, 


150 


100 


May 19, 


250 


100 


Feb. 26, 


200 


100 


Jan. 22, 


250 


100 


Oct. 8, 


250 


100 


Sept. 15, 


40 


100 


Apr. 3, 


10 


100 


May 1, 


100 


100 


Mar. 29, 



1894. 
Dec. 27. 

Mar. 10. 

Ang. 25. 

Feb. 19. 

Nov. 7. 

Mar. 14. 

May 1. 

Nov. 26. 

Oct. 26. 
Nov. 22. 

Feb. 28. 
Jnly 12. 
Feb. 3. 
Feb. 27. 
Nov. 8. 
Sept. 27. 
Mar. 14. 
Jan. 11. 

May 21. 
Feb. 28. 
Jan. 22. 

Oct. 13. 
Sept. 24. 
Apr. 11. 
May 1. 
Apr. 6. 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1894. 



Certificates of Organization^ etc. — CoDtinned. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Loeatod. 



a 

CD 

s 

«• 
o 



o 
o 



9 

a 
►£ 



I 



& 



I 

o 

•5 



Barget & Lewis Compaoy, 
Bnrt and Packard Company, The, . 
Batler MiUlng Company, . 
BoUriek Lumber Company, The, 
C. B. Maeomber Company, 

C. B. Osgood Cgmpany, The, . 

C. 8. Grlevee Paint Co 

Cambridge District Messenger Com- 
pany, The, 

Central Massachnsetts Electric Com- 
ply 

Chamberlln & Sawyer Co., 

Chandler Adjustable Chair and Desk 
Company 

Charlemont Co-operative Creamery, 

Charles A. Milieu Company, 

Charles A. White Company, 

Charles Baker Company, The, . 

Charles B. Brown Company, 

Charlestown Btove Co., The, 

Chas. S. Binner Company, The, 

Claims Adjustment Corporation, The, 

Clicquot Club Bottling and Extract 
Company, 

Coates Clipper Manufacturing Com- 
pany, 

Cochlchewick Lake Ice Company, . 

CoUyer Insulated Wire Company, 
The, 

Composite Brake-Shoe Company, . 

Co-operative Oas and Oil Stove Com 
P»nyt 

Courier-Citizen Company, . 
CrowoU Manufacturing Company, 
Cycle Improvement Company, . 

D. A. Eaton Company, 

D. T. Dudley and Bon Company, The, 



Great Barrlngton, 
Brockton, . 
Lowell, 
Waltham, . 
Fall River, 

Boston, 
Amesbury, 

Cambridge, 

Palmer, . 
Worcester, 

Boston, 

Charlemont, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Boston, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

MiUis, 

Worcester, 
Lawrence, 

Hopedale, . 
Boston, 

Boston, 
Lowell, 
Gloucester, 
Westborough, 

Boston, 

Button, 



$10,000 

80,000 

6,000 

25,000 

20,000 

100,000 
6,000 

10,000 

160,000 
10,000 

26,000 

2,600 
60,000 

6,000 

76,000 

200,000 

3,000 
16,000 

1,000 

16,000 

15,000 
22,000 

24,000 
60,000 

6,000 
40,000 
80.000 

6,000 

7,000 
40,000 



100 
800 
60 
250 
200 

1,000 
60 

100 

1,600 
100 

260 
260 
600 

60 

760 

2,000 

80 
160 

10 

160 

150 
220 

240 
500 

60 
400 
800 

60 

70 
400 



$100 


18B4. 
Mar. 2, 


100 


Jan. 22, 


100 


Deo. 21, 


100 


Apr. 28, 


100 


Apr. 80, 


100 


1803. 
Deo. 80, 


100 


Deo. 26, 


100 


1804. 
Nov. 19, 


100 


Jan. 11, 


100 


Feb. 0, 


100 


Feb. 7, 


10 


Mar. 6, 


100 


Feb. 8, 


100 


Apr. 14, 


100 


Apr. 17, 


100 


Apr. 7, 


100 


Aug. 14, 


100 


Oct. 18, 


100 


Deo. 8, 


100 


June 16, 


100 


Jan. 10, 


100 


Mar. 81, 


100 


Mar. 2, 


100 


May 31. 


100 


June 14, 


100 


Oct. a. 


100 


Nov. 8, 


100 


Dec. 7, 


100 


1803. 
Dec. 29, 


100 


18M. 
Dee. 7, 



1804. 
Mar. 8. 

Jan. 84. 

Dec. 24. 

Apr. 80. 

May S. 

Jan. 1. 
Jan. 5. 

Nov. 24. 

Jan. 10. 
Feb. IS. 

Feb. 9. 
Apr. 6. 
Feb. 12. 
Aug. 13. 
Apr. 21. 
Apr. 11. 
Nov. 23. 
Nov. 7. 
Dec. 12. 

Jane 15. 

Jan. 20. 
Apr. 4. 

Mar. 21. 

June 5. 

June 10. 
Nov. 10. 
Nov. 6. 
8. 



Jan. 6. 
Dec 90. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



Certificaies of Organization, etc. — Continaed. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Loeated. 



OQ 



P4 

(8 

o 



Davenport and Heraey Companyi 

Davis and Faniiim Manafaetnring 
Company, 

Dean-Whltlog Elevator Co., The, . 

Denamore-Yoat Company, . 

Downa and Walaon Company, 

E. H. Bazton Company, 

B. W. Clark Company, 

B. W. Walker Company, . 

Barl Cranberry Company, The, 

Baatein ConatmoCion Company of 
Boston, The, 

Eaitem Expanded Metal Company, . 

Baatera Forge Co. of Maaaachnsetta, 

Eaitman Clock Company, . 

Edward Perklna Lumber Co., 

Elaatle Box Toe Co-operative Aaao- 
elation. The, . 



Emery Bemla ft Co. (Inoorp.), 

Everett Cycle Company, . 

F. B. Bead Company, . 

F. L. Hevea Pahit Company, 

F. W. Wentworth Company, 

Ferdinand Fomitnre Company, 

Fiedler Bilk Manafaetarlng Company, 

Field, Thurber Company, . 

Flfield Tool Company, 

Flabar-Oharchill Company, The, 

Framlngham Nanery Company, 

Frank B. Fitta Manafaetarlng and 
Supply Company, The, . 

Frank Keene Company, 

French Carriage Company, The, 

Gardner Gaa, Fuel and Light Com- 

p*»y 

Oarratt-Ford Company, 
Geo. C. Whitney Co., The, 



Boston, 

Waltham, . 

Woreeater, 

Westboroagh, 

Lynn, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Nswbnryport, 

Brockton, . 
Boston, 
Everett, . 
Worcester, 
Springfield, 
New Bedford, 
Fitchbnrg, 
Boston, 
Brockton, . 
Lowell, 
Dedbam, . 
Framlngham, 

Boston, 

Lynn, 

Boston, 

Gardner, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 



$20,000 

100,000 
10,000 

260,000 
1S,000 
8,000 
16,000 
26,000 
10,000 

6,000 
16,000 

1,000 
12,000 
20,000 

2,000 

10,000 

10,000 

100,000 

6,000 
26,000 
22,000 

7,600 

16,000 

160,000 

16,000 

16,000 

12,000 
40,000 
36,000 

60.000 
12,000 
86,000 



o 
«• 

OQ 



O 



•s 


1 
-a 




8) 


o 


& 





o 


"ti'm 


• 


• 


1^ 


£ 


A 



200 

1,000 

100 
2,600 

160 
80 

160 
1,000 

100 

60 
160 

10 
120 
200 

100 
100 
100 

1,000 

60 

260 

220 

76 

160 

1,600 
160 
160 

120 
400 
360 

600 
120 
360 



$100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
26 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

20 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 



1894. 
Jan. 29, 



Jan. 23 
Aag. 1 
July 81 
Deo. 27, 
Nov. 24, 
Jaly 21 
Nov. 80 
Jan. 19 

Mar. 8 

Feb. 6 
Oct. 4 
Mar. 12 

Apr. 26, 

Jan. 24 
Aag. 6 
Jan. 16 
Apr. 21 
Jan. 6 
Aag. 16 
Nov. 27 
May 4 
Jan. 9 
Aag. 26 
Aag. 6| 
Jane 8 

Sept. 18 
Jan. 4 
Apr. 12, 

Oct. 24 
Jan. 18, 
June 1 



i 






1894. 
Jan. 81. 



Jan. 20. 
Sept. 1. 
Aag. 16. 
Deo. 28. 
Deo. 18. 
Jaly 26. 
Dec. 0. 
Jan. 20. 

Mar. 9. 
Feb. 7. 
Oct. 6. 
Mar. 18. 
Apr. 28. 

Jan. 27. 
Aag. 7. 
Jan. 16. 
Apr. 23. 
Jan. 19. 
Aug. 16. 
Dec. 1. 
May 11. 
Jan. 10. 
Aag. 27. 
Aug. 7. 
Jane 16. 

Sept. 26. 
Jan. 19. 
Apr. 18. 

Nov. 18. 
Jan. 22. 
Jane 2. 



8 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



Oertificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



[1894. 



NAliS OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



CHlbert Oonet Company, . 
Oilbert Loom Company, . 
Glasgow Manufaotaring Company, 
Orafton Electric Company, The, 
H. F. Roes Company, . 
Hardy Company, . 



Heath Co-operaUve Creamery Amo 
elation, .... 



Henry C. King Company, . 

Henry C. Weeden Company, 

Hermon Street Foundry Company, 

Hingham Seam Face Granite Com 
pany 



Holmea & Blanchard Company, 

Hood Bros. Company, 

Horace Partridge Company, The» 

Howe and Pollard Company, . 

Hub Webbing Company, . 

Hurl but Stationery Company, . 

Hyannlaport Hotel Company, . 

Investors Security Company of Boa 
ton. The, 



Isaac Prouty & Co., Incorporated, 

J. H. Whitney Company, The, 

J. N. Plkft Company, . 

J. S. Turner Company, The, 

Jas. W. Gifford Company, 

Jenkins Rubber Company, 

John Farquhar's Sona, Incorporated 

Eehew-Bradley Company, The, 

L. Hardy Company, . 

Lawrence Equitable Co-operative 
Society 



Lawrence Supply Company, 
Lend a Hand Publishing Company, 
Lenox Electric Company, The, . 



Springfield, 
Woroeater, 
South Hadley, 
Grafton, . 
Newton, . 
Boston, 

Heath, 
Lawrence, 
Boston, 
Worcester, 

Boston, . 
Boaton, 
Qnlncy, . 
Boston, 
Hubbardston, 
Boston, 
Plttsfleld, . 
Boston^ 

Boston, 

Spencer, . 
Boston, 
Lynn, 
Rockland, . 
Attlebo rough, 
Holyoke, . 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Worcester, 

Lawrence, 
Lawrence, 
Boston, 
Lenox, 



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$21,000 

6(y,ooo 

160,000 

10,000 

60,00b 

6,000 

1,200 

20,000 

110,000 

6,800 

15,000 
66,000 

2,600 

200,000 

10,000 

6,000 
60,000 

7,600 

2,600 

200,000 
2,000 
16,000 
65,000 
20,000 
80,000 
25,000 
80,000 
26,000 

2,600 

6,000 

7,000 

20,000 



210 
660 
1,600 
100 
500 
60 

120 
200 ' 
1,100 
68 

150 
660 

26 

2,000 

100 

60 
600 

75 

25 

2,000 
20 
160 
650 
200 
800 
260 
300 
250 

600 
60 
70 

200 



$100 
100 
100 



I 



1894. 1894. 

July 25, July 31. 

July 3, July 26. 

Jan. 20, Jan. 24. 



100 j Sept. 27, Oct. 8. 

100 , Dec. 20, ; Dec. 29. 

I 

100 I June 19, July 26. 

10 Mar. 13, Mar. 27. 

100 Oct. 22, Oct. 26. 

100 I Feb. 26, Mar. 6. 

100 Mar. 24, Apr. 5. 



100 
100 
100 
100 



Oct. 9, 

« 

Sept. 7, 
Jan. 13, 
Jan. 6, 



100 Aug. 9, 

100 Dec. 8, 

100 , July 16, 

I 
100 , Apr. 9, 

1893. 
100 , Dec. 15, 

1894. 
100 Aug. 16, 

I 
100 May 25, 



100 



Feb. 12, 



100 Apr. 6, 
100 Mar. 3, 
100 ' Sept. 6, 
100 Jan. 8, 
100 Mar. 23, 
100 Aug. 22, 



Oct. 13. 
Sept. 8. 
Jan. 23. 
Jan. 31. 
.\ug. 10. 
Dec. 12. 
July 26. 
Apr. 11. 

Jan. 6. 

Aug. 15. 
June 26. 
Fob. 12. 
Apr. 10. 
.M nr. 5. 
Sept 2U 
Jho. 8. 
Mar. 24. 
Aug. 23. 



5 May 31, ' Juoc 16. 
100 , Apr. 26, May 8. 
100 ! Dec. 21, Dec. 24. 



100 



Aug. 14, I Aug. 22. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



Certificates of Organization^ etc, — Continaed. 



NA&CB OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



LTman and Kellogg Co., . 

Lyon Foundrv and Mannfactnring 
Company, The 

LyoDi Qranlte Company, . 

M . Robson Leather Company, . 

Manofaetarera' Engineering Com* 
P«»7, 

MaMachaaettfl Mills In Georgia, 

tfaataaoU Clothing Company, The, . 

Matthewi ICannfactariog Company, 

Merchants Co-operative Expreae 
Conpany of Lawrence, . 

Merrill Dexter and Company Corpo. 
ration, 



MerrllWamea Shoe Company, The, . 

Metropolitan Storage Warehonae 
Company 

Meyers Pntz Ponaade Company, The, 

Middlesex Laai Company, The, 

Milford Moulded Counter Company, 

Monarch Carbonating Company, 

Monroe Carter Company, . 

MoDtelio Co-operative Shoe Company, 

Morrison Steamboat Company, . 

Matoal Gaa Light Company of West 
Springfield, The, .... 

K. W. Tamer Company, . 

Naahna Riyar Paper Company, . 

Kew Bedford Cotton Waste Corpo- 
ration, 



2few Bedford Improved Gold Care 
Company, Incorporated, The, 

Kew Bedford Tow Boat Corporation, 

New England Iron & Hardware Aa- 
aodatloo, 



Xew England Night Lanch Wagon 
Company, 

New England Shoe Manafacturing I 
Company, The, .... 

Xpw Salem Co-operative Creamery , 
Company, . . ... 



Holyoke, 

Lynn, 

Qnincy, 

Salem, 

Springfield 
Boston, 
Springfield 
Worcester, 

Lawrenoe, 

Boston, 
Ayer, 

Cambridge, 
Boaton, 
Maiden, . 
Milford, . 
Framingbam, 
Southbridge, 
Brockton, . 
Boston, 

WestSpringfleld, 
Boston, 
Pepperell, . 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Lynn, 

Now Salem, 
(Milllngton), 



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$25,000 

25,000 

40,000 

800,000 

5,000 

600,000 

6,000 

10,000 

5,000 

60,000 
25,000 

100,000 

10,000 

15,0QO 

50,000 

7,500 

5,000 

2,500 

25,000 

100,000 

10,000 

250,000 

75,000 

1,500 
6,000 

1,000 

5,000 

5,000 

2,000 



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250 

250 

400 

8,000 

50 

6,000 

60 

100 

50 

600 
250 

1,000 

100 

150 

500 

75 

50 

25 

250 

1,000 

100 

2,500 

750 

15 
60 

10 

50 

50 

80 



$100 

100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 

100 

100 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 

100 

100 
100 

100 

100 



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July 3, July 14. 



Nov. 8 
Jan. 24 
May 10 

Jan. 6 
Dec. 10 
Mar. 2 

Jan. 27 

Sept. 24 

Nov. 24 
Deo. 13 

Apr. 25 
Jane 26 
May 3 
Sept. 22 
Mar. 15 
Mar. 30 
Feb. 10 
Dec. 8 

Feb. 24 
Sept. 6 
July 26 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 10 
May 2 

May 8 

June 27 



100 Feb. 23 



26 



Jan. 6, 



Nov. 16. 
Feb. 15. 
May 16. 

Jan. 10. 
Dec. 22. 
Apr. 11. 
Jan. 20. 

Sept. 27. 

Dec. 18. 
Dec. 18. 

May 9. 

July 16. 
I 
JuiTe 1. 

I 
Sept. 27. 

I Mar. 15. 

Apr. 2. 

Feb. 16. 

Dec. 13. 

Mar. 10. 
Sept. 7. 
July 27. 

Apr. 80. 

Apr. 16. 
May 10. 

May 12. 

July 20. 

Feb. 27. 

Jane 1. 



10 



CERTIFICATES OP ORGANIZATION. 



[1894, 



Certificates of Organizationj etc, — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Norwood Preai Company, . 

O. C. White Company, The, . 

Oak Orove Creamery Company, The, 

Original Wyman Luncheon Com- 
pany. The, 

P. BlodgettCo 

Paine Famitnre Company, 

Parker Brothera Company, 

Pepperell Spring Water Company, . 

Perkins Machine Company, 

Phenix Printing Company, 

PlerBon Frnit and Produce Company, 

Pigeon Cove Co-operative Aaeocia- 
tion, The 

Pittafield Brass Company, . 

Plymouth Shoe Co 

Plymouth Stove Company, 

Beading Gas and Electric Company, 

Record Dry Plate Company, 

Reed and Curtis Machine Screw Com- 
pany, 

Review Publishing Company, . 

Richard Brlggs Company, . 

Rlverdale Woolen Company, The, . 

Royal Steam Heater Co., . 

S. Armstrong Company, The, . 

S. A. Freeman Company, . 

S-K-C. Specialty Company, 

8. S. Pierce Company, 

8. W. Card Manufacturing Company, 

Salem Commercial School, Incorpo- 
rated, 

Sanders and Barrows Clothing Com- 
pany, 

Scandia Co-operative Grocery Com- 
pany 

Scandia Granite Works, . 



Norwood, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, 

Boston, 

Templeton, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Pepperell, . 

Boston, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Bockport, . 
Plttsfield, . 
Plymouth, 
Boston, 
Beading, . 
Milton, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Northbridge, 

Gardner, . 

SomerviUe, 

Boston, 

Plttsfield, 

Boston, 

Mansfield, 

Salem, 

New Bedford, 

Fitchburg, 
Quincy, 



$6,000 

16,000 

7,000 

10,000 

8,000 

180,000 

40,000 
1,200 
5,000 
6^000 
6,000 

3,000 

5,000 

10.000 

25,000 

50,000 

7,000 

20,000 

25,000 

120,000 

150,000 

5,000 

15,000 

5,000 

12,600 

1,000,000 

60,000 

6,000 

60,000 

5,000 
6,000 



60 


$100 


1804. 
'Jan. 10, 


160 


100 


May 12, 


70 


100 


Apr. 24, 


100 


100 


Oct. 27, 


80 


100 


Oct. 12, 


1,800 


100 


Dec. 26, 


400 


100 


Sept. 4, 


24 


60 


Sept. 26, 


60 


100 


July 11, 


60 


100 


Mar. 0, 


50 


100 


Apr. 10, 


300 


10 


Jan. 8, 


60 


100 


Dec. 10, 


100 


100 


July 0, 


250 


100 


July 10, 


500 


100 


Apr. 30, 


70 


100 


Apr. 24, 


200 


100 


June 10, 


260 


100 


Oct. 22, 


1,200 


100 


Jan. 13, 


1,600 


100 


Sept. 25, 


60 


100 


May 26, 


160 


100 


Jan. 8, 


50 


100 


1803. 
Dec. 26, 


125 


100 


1804. 
Oct. 25, 


10,000 


100 


Mar. 15, 


600 


100 


Feb. 16. 


60 


100 


July 23, 


500 


100 


Mar. 19, 


1,000 


6 


Feb. 23. 


50 


100 


Aug. 8, 



1804. 
Jan. 24. 

May 17. 

May 14. 

Nov. 7. 
Oct. 17. 
Dec. 28. 
Sept. 6. 
' Sept. 26. 
July 12. 
Mar. 12. 
Apr. 16. 

Feb. 10. 
Dee. 24. 
Aug. 20. 
Sept. 10. 
May 2. 
May 2. 

June 19. 
Nov. 10. 
Jan. 23. 
Sept. 26. 
June 11. 
Jan. 13. 

Jan. 4. 

Nov. 10. 
Mar. 16. 
Mar. 2 



July 26. 

Mar. 2L 

Mar. 6. 
Aug. 6. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



11 



Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



NAMB OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Bhannon Manafaetnrlng Company, . 

Bmitb-Oreen Company, The, . 

Smith, If eCaaker Company, 

8mlih, Wilson and Sears Paper Com- 
PM>yt 

Smith & Btonghton Corporation, 

Smith St Winehester Company, 

Sonthgate Woolen Company, . 

Bpragne and Breed Coal Company, . 

Springfield Planing and Moalding 
Mill Co 

Bpriogfleld Webbing Company, 

Sprocket! Car Wheel Company, 

Standard Brass Company, . 

Standard Crockery and House For* 
nlahlng Company, The, . 

Standard Worsted Company of Low- 
ell, Mase., The, . . . . 



Biar Belting Company, 

Sioneham €las and Blectric Company, 

Suffolk Storage Warehouse Com- 
ply 

T. A. Peteraon Company, . 

T.B.Bailey Company, The, . 

Taflt, Gardner, Bhepard Company, . 

Taanton Evening News, . 

Taylor Goodwin Company, 

Technical Company, The, . 

Thompson & Norrls Company, The, 

Transcript Publishing Company, The, 

Tropical Cocoaoot Company, . 

Tyler and If ooiton Shoe Company, . 

Union Mannfacturing Company, 

Union Publishing Company of Bos- 
ton, 



Union Telegraph 



Oonpaay, The, 



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Holyoke, . 
Worcester, 
Boston, 

Holyoke» . 
Boston, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 
Lynn, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Boston, 

Cambridge, 

Worcester, 

Lowell, 
Boston, 
Stoneham, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Taanton, . 

Bradford, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

North Adams, 

Boston, 

Brookfield, 

Leominster, 

Boston, 

Pittsfield, . 



$5,000 
20,000 
20,000 

45,000 
20,000 

140,000 

5,000 
60,000 

7,000 

15,000 

1,200 

10,000 

10,000 

110,000 
40,000 
50,000 

75,000 

5,000 

10,000 

6,100 

5,000 

160,000 

5,000 

10,000 

80,000 

10,000 

40,000 

6,000 

5,000 

6,000 



50 


$100 


1894. 
Sept. 18, 


200 


100 


Jan. 4, 


200 


100 


Apr. 12, 


450 


100 


Oct. 30, 


200 


100 


Feb. 6, 


1,400 


100 


1893. 
Dec. 29, 


50 


100 


1894. 
Jane 27, 


600 


100 


Mar. 31, 


70 


100 


1893. 
Dec. 21, 


150 


100 


Jane 19, 


48 


25 


Nov. 7, 


100 


100 


May 19, 


100 


100 


Apr. 13, 


1,100 


100 


Oct. 12, 


400 


100 


Feb. 16, 


500 


100 


Apr. 85, 


750 


100 


Apr. 9, 


50 


100 


Jan. 15, 


100 


100 


June 27, 


51 


100 


Feb. 12, 


50 


100 


Jane 29, 


1,600 


100 


Aug. 9, 


50 


100 


Jone 15, 


100 


100 


Nov. 27, 


300 


100 


Jane 20, 


100 


100 


Jan. 20, 


400 


100 


Sept. 26, 


50 


100 


Apr. 17, 


50 


100 


Feb. 17, 


50 


100 


Nov. 9, 



1894. 
Sept. 26. 

Jan. 17. 

Apr. 12. 

Nov. 6. 
Feb. 8. 

Jan. 1. 

Jane 28. 
Mar. 31. 

Jan. 3. 

Jane 25. 
Nov. 19. 
May 23. 

Apr. 16. 

Oct. 22. 
Feb. 17. 
May 2. 

Apr. 21. 
Jan. 22. 
Jone 30. 
Feb. 14. 
July 7. 
Aag. 10. 
June 26. 
Dec. 11. 
June 26. 
Jan. 22. 
Oct. 1. 
July 6. 

Feb. 17. 

Nov. 13. 



12 



CERTIFICATES OF ORGANIZATION. 



[1894. 



Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continaed. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



United Cordage Company, The, 

United States Registration Company, 

Vulcan Foundery Co-operative Com- 
pany 

W. A. Oraham Company, . 

W. D. Wllmarth & Co., Corporation, 

W. H. Wllmarth & Co., Corporation, 

W. J. Davie Blectrio Company, The, 

W. J. Thompson 8c Co., Corporation, 

Wachusett Mills, 

Walkerwood Chemical Company, . 

Waltham Coal Company, . 

Waltham Lumber Company, 

Warren Building and Improvement 
Company, The 

Weinman Company, The, . 

William H. King Sons Company |^ 

Wm. F. Morgan Company, The, 

Worthington Co-operative Creamery 
Association, 

Ziegler Electric Company, . 

Total, 



Boston, 
Boston, 

Worcester, 

Marlborough, 

Attleborongh, 

Attleborough, 

PittsAeld, . 
Boston, 
Worcester, 
Boston, 
Waltham, . 
Waltham, . 

Warren, . 
Boston, 
Springfield, 
Lynn, 

Worthington, 
Boston, 



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$S0,000 
10,000 

2,000 

2,600 

28,000 

60,000 

6,000 
20,000 
lfi,000 
10,000 
80,000 
18,000 

50,000 

10,000 

6,000 

60,000 

2,600 
25,000 



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5 



$9,032,500 



800 


$100 


100 


100 


20 


100 


25 


100 


280 


100 


600 


100 


60 


100 


200 


100 


160 


100 


100 


100 


800 


100 


180 


100 


600 


100 


100 


100 


50 


100 


600 


100 


100 


25 


250 


100 



1894. 
Nov. 7, 

Apr. 28, 



June 8, 

Oct. 84, 

Jan. 6, 

1898. 
Oct. 4, 

1894. 
Dee. 15, 

June 29, 

Mar. 23, 

June 28, 

June 28, 

May 26, 

Feb. 28, 
Aug. 15, 
Nov. 2, 
July 24, 

Sept. 20, 
Aug. 2, 



1894. 
Nov. 8. 

Apr. 28. 



June 15. 
Oct. 25. 
Jan. 18. 

Jan. 4. 

Dee. 27. 
June 29. 
Mar. 28. 
July 3. 
June 29. 
May 31. 

Mar. 10. 
Aug. 21. 
Nov. 9. 
July 26. 

Oct. 9. 
Aag. 17. 



Abstract of Certificates of Organization as Corporations (continued) ^ 
under Chapters 40^ 115 and 117 of the Public Statutes^ Chapter 404y 
Acts of 1887, Chapters 134 and 429, Acts of 1888, Chapter 421, 
Acts of 1890, and Chapter 367, Acts of 1894. 



Academy of the Assumption, 
Acushnet Club, . 



Advent Christian Church, North 
Westport, Mass., The,a . 

Agawam Tribe, No. 6, Improved Or- 
der of lied Men, of Danvers,Mass.,6 

Aharvas Acham Congregation of 
Lynn, Mans., 



Wellesley, 
New Bedford, 

Weslport, . 

Danvers, . 

Lynn, 




1894. 
Jan. 27, 

May 9, 



- • Sept. 21, 



Apr. 12, 



1894. 
Mar. 21. 

May 11. 



Oct. 29. 



May 19. 



Aug. 20, 1 Aug. 21. 



a AcU of 1887, Chap. 404. 



b Acts of 1888, Ohap. 429 and amendments. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



13 



Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



NAME OP CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 






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Aleppo Life loaaranoe Aaaoclatioii,a 

American AdTanoe Olab, The, . 

American College of Peychlcal 8cl- 
eoee. The, 

American Literary and Bodal Clab, 
Tha» 

American Mechanics Trade School 
Association of Worcester, The, 

American Wlilst Clab of Boston, 
The, 

Amity Clnb of Brockton, . 

Amphlon Club of Melrose, 

Apostolic Lutheran Chnreh of 
Gloncester, Massachnsetts, The, . 

Associated Charities of Lynn, The, . 

AssodaSed Charities of Newton, The, 

ATenne Club, The, .... 

Bedford Clab» The, .... 

Berkeley Temple, 6 . . . . 

Boston Cricket Clnb 

Boston Post Office Clerk's Matual 
Benefit Association, The, e 

Boston Protestant Bmployment Bn- 
rean. The 



Boston School of Oratory and Ex- 
pression in Art, . . . . 

Boston Terrier Clnb, . . . . 

Boylston Abt Clab, . . . . 

Brockton Cricket Clnb, The, . 

Brockton Masonic Benefit Assoeia. 
tlOB,C 



BnlMers and Contractors Association, 

Cadoaao's Neck Camp Meeting Asso- 
ciation, The 



Caledoslaa Maritime Provincial Club, 

Cambridfe If ntual Aid Association 
of the City of Cambridge, The, c . 



Medford, . 
Taanton, . 
BoBton, 

Boston, 

FaU River, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 
Brockton, . 
Melrose, . 

Gloncester, 
Lynn, 

Newton, . 

New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 
Boston, 
Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Brockton, 

Brockton, 

Boston, 

Weatport, 
Boston, 

Cambridge, 



$50,000 



500 



5,000 
3.000 



200 
120 



_ 


1804. 
May 25, 


- 


Feb. 10, 


- 


May 9, 


$100 


June 28, 


- 


May 21, 


- 


July 28, 


- 


Jan. 6, 


- 


Feb. 28, 


- 


Jaly 16, 


- 


July 11, 


- 


Nov. 8, 


- 


1898. 
Apr. 27, 


- 


1804. 
May 14, 


- 


June 18, 


- 


Jan. 8, 


- 


Mar. 0, 


- 


June 16, 


- 


Nov. 9, 


- 


May 24, 


- 


June 14, 


- 


July 9, 


- 


Oct. 4, 


- 


1892. 
Apr. 6, 


25 


1894. 
Oct. 9, 


25 


Mar. 17, 


- 


Mar. 13, 


- 


Mar. 8, 



1894. 
June 12. 

Mar. 13. 

June 8. 

July 10. 

July 20. 

July 31. 

Jan. 13. 
Apr. 14. 
Aug. 10. 

July 16. 
Dec. 24. 

Feb. 28. 

June 2. 
June 29. 
Jan. 17. 
Mar. 17. 

July 10. 

Nov. 30. 

May 24. 
July 3. 
July 16. 
Dec. 11. 

Jan. 3. 

Oct. 25. 

May 8. 

Apr. 18. 

May 14. 



a AeU of 1890, Chap. 421. b AcU of 1887, Chap. 404. 

c Acts of 1888, Chap. 429 and amendments. 



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[1894. 



Certificates of Organization^ etc, — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Cambrldgeport Cycle Club, 

Central BapUat Chnrch of Balem, 
Ma««.,a 



Charitable Barlal Association, . 

Chelsea Odd Fellows Hall Asso- 
ciation, 

Chelsea Womaos Club, 

Chestnut Hill Club, The, . 

Childrens' Aid Society of Nantucket, 

Chiltonville Congregational Church,a 

Christian Benevolent Association, . 

Church of Our Saviour in the Parish 
of Middleborough, Massachusetts, 
The,a 

Chnrch of the Sacred Heart of Fall 
River,6 



Clover Club, 



Clover Club of Brockton, . 

Club Lafayette Corporation, d . 

Cohasset Yacht Club, .... 

College Settlements Association, 
The,e 

Columbian Co-operative Association, 
The, 

Commercial Telegraphers Associa- 
tion of Boston, 



Commercial Travellers Club of New 
Bedford, 

Commercial Travellers' Bastem Ac- 
cident Association, / . . . 

Congregation Adath Jeshumn, The, 

Congregation Machsikei Hadas, 

Congregation of the Bone of Israel, 
The, 

Congregational Church of Christ In 
Halifax, Mass., The, a . 

Corporation of the Alumni of Beta 
Mu Delta Tau Delta, The, 

Cotuit Library Association, The, g . 



Cambridge, 

Salem, 

Boston, 

Chelsea, . 
Chelsea, . 
Newton, . 
Nantucket, 
Plymouth, 
Boston, 

Middleborough, 

Fall River, 

Fall River, 

Brockton, . 
Cambridge, 
Cohasset, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 

Lawrence, 

Halifax, . 

Somerville, 
Cotuit, 



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1883. 
Oct. 23, 



Not. 16, 

1804. 
Mar. 24, 



Feb. 6, 
Jan. 10, 
June 25, 
July 28, 
Mar. 20, 
Sept. 27, 

Sept. 24, 

Nov. 1, 

1893. 
June 1, 

1894. 
Feb. 20, 

Jan. 18, 

Aug. 3, 

1893. 
Nov. 22, 

Nov. 21, 

Jan. 11, 

Mar. 20, 

Sept. U, 
Mar. 2tt, 
Jan. 13, 

Sept. 18, 

Mar. S4, 

June 11, 
Aug. 8, 



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Feb. 1. 



Jan. 10. 

Mar. 30. 

Apr. 7. 
Mar. 19. 
July 0. 
Aug. 8. 
Mar. 26. 
Oct. 1. 

Oct. 20. 

cDec. 3. 

July 7. 

Mar. 14. 

June 5. 
Ang. 10. 

Jan. 6. 

Dec. 26. 

Jan. 22. 

Mar. 28. 

Sept. 20. 
May 9. 
Jan. 17. 

Oct. 3. 

Apr. 2. 

Oct. 16. 
BepL 7. 



a Acts of 1887, Chap. 404. b P. S. Chap. 38, Sects. 48, 49 and 60. c Certificate of incorporation filed. 

d Acts of 1S88, Chap. 429 and amendments. e Confirmed by Chap. 488, Acts of 1894. 

/ Acts of 1894, Chap. 867. g P. S. Chap. 106, Sect. 21, and Chap. 40, Sect. 16 



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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Dartmouth Grange Corporation, The, 

Daagfaters of the Revolution, Com- 
monwealth of Maasachusettfl, . 

Dedbam Smergency Nursing Aaaoei- 
aUon,The, 



Diamond Bleycle Club, The, . 

DiTlaion No. 8 of the Ancient Order 
of Hibernians of Lowell, BCas8.',a . 

Baat Boston Athletic Association, . 

East Taunton Congregational 
ChQrch,6 

Easton Orange Corporation, 

Ella Reed Home, 



Emmanuel Congregational Church of 
Spriogfleld, Maasaehnsetts, b . 

Epicurean Club of Boston and Vicin- 
ity, The, 



Everett Cottage Hospital, . 

Palrrlew Driving Park Association, . 

Pall Blver Splritoallst Boclety, The, . 

Family Protective Union, c 

Father Mathew Roman Catholic To- 
tal Abetinence Society, The, . 

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Bt. 
Pauls Church, 5 . . . . 

First Baptist Church in Chloopee, 
Maas^The.6 



First Baptist Church of Orafton, 
The, b .••••. 

First Baptist Church of Middlebor- 
ough, The, 



First Christian Parish of Beach Bluif, 

First Congregational Church of 
Adams, 6 

First Oottcresatlonal Church of Hoi- 



Burega 



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Hston 



Ftist Congregational Church of Paz- 
ton, l^Ms., The, ft . . . . 

First Free Baptist Church of Cam- 
bridge, The,6 



Dartmouth, 

Boston, 

Dedham, . 

Somerville, 

Lowell, 
Boston, 

Taunton, • 

Easton, 

Sharon, 

Springfield, 

Boston, 
Everett, . 
Middleborough, 
Fall River, 
Boston, 

Greenfield, 

Rocicport, . 

Chicopee, . 

Grafton, . 

Middleborough 

Bwampscott, 

Adams, 

Hoiliston, . 

Paxton, 

Cambridge, 



$5,000 



6,000 



600 



500 



$10 



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1804. 
June 10 



Feb. 26, 

1803. 
Nov. 28 

1894. 
Apr. 6, 



Jan. 17 
Apr. 24 

Feb. 24 
May 6 
Apr. 11 

Mar. 21 

Oct. 1 
June 5, 
Apr. 6 
July SO 
Oct. 22, 

Aug. 31 

June 5 

May 31 

Jan. 6 

Mar. 16, 

1808. 
Dec. 20 

1804. 
Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 

Mar. 26, 

1898. 
Dec. 26, 



1894. 
Dec. 8. 



Feb. 28. 

Feb. 5. 

Aug. 7. 

July 7. 
May 8. 

Mar. 8. 
June 28. 
Apr. 20. 

Mar. 28. 

Nov. 2. 
June 15. 
Apr. 30. 
Sept. 20. 
Nov. 13. 

Oct. 19. 

June 27. 

June 5. 

Feb. 23. 

Apr. 17. 

Jan. 6. 

Apr. 13. 

Apr. 4. 

Apr. 9. 

Jan. 8. 



a Acta of 1888, Chap. 429 and amendments. b Actn of 1887 /Chap .'404. 

c Acts of 1894, Chap. 367. 



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[1894. 



Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Pint French CongregatlODal Church 
in Haverhill, The, a . 

Flnt Orthodox CongregatlODal 
Church of Merrimac, The, a . 

Firat Pariah in Ifalden, The, . 

First Spiritualiata' Society of Salem 
Massachuietts, The, 

First Unitarian Society in Upton 
The 



Fourth Primitive Methodist Church 
of Fall River, Masaachnsetta, The, a 

Free Religions Association of Amer- 
Oeorse Wesley Nichols Building As- 

cUtr 



sociation, 



German Relief Asaodatlon, b 

Globe Street Railway Employees' 
Mutual Relief Association, c . 

Granite City Club, The, . 

Grattan Independent Clnb of New 
Bedford, The 

Groton Historical Society, The, 

Guardian Life Insurance Company, 
The,<l 

HartBuff Association, The, 

Haverhill Helping Hand AssodaUon 
of The Ancient Order of United 
WorlLmen, The, 6 . . . . 

Hebrew United Brothers *of Fall 
River 

Highland Club of Melrose, The, 

Highland Congregational Chnroh in 
Bomerville, Massachusetts, a . 

Highland Rod and Gun Club, The, . 

Hills Family Genealofdcal and His- 
torical Association, The, 

HoUiston Grange No. 116, Patrons of 
Husbandry, 

Holy Ghost Hospital for Incurables, 
The, 

Home for Aged People in Winches- 
ter, The, 



Where Located. 



Immanuel Hospital, The, . 



Haverhill, . 

Merrlmac, • 
Maiden, . 

Salem, 

Upton, 

Fall River, 

Boston, 

Southborough, 

Boston, 

Fall River, 
Quincy, . 

New Bedford, 
Groton, 

Bofton, 
RoclLland, . 

Haverhill, . 

Fall River, 
Melrose, . 

Bomerville, 
Boston, 

Boston, 

Holliston, • 

Cambridge, 

Winchester, 
Oxford, 



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Feb. 16, 

Feb. 20, 
Nov. 20, 

May 20, 

Aug. 4, 

Nov. 6, 

June 1, 

June 21, 

1883. 
Dec. 19, 

18M. 
Sept. 28, 

Feb. 10, 

Apr. 28, 
May 8, 

Ang.22, 
Apr. 2, 

1803. 
Oct. 18, 



Dee. 28, 

1894. 
Feb. 16, 

Nov. 13, 



1894. 
Mar. 2. 



Mar. 7 

Dee. 6. 

June 4. 

Sept. 5. 

Nov. 15. 

July 14. 

Aug. 15. 

Jan. 2. 

Oet. 8. 
Feb. 21. 

June 2. 
May U. 

Sept. 15. 
Apr. 25. 

Jan. 37. 



1804. 
Oct. 2, 


Oct. IS. 


June 11, 


July 19. 


Nov. 28, 


X/vC« !«•• 


Oct. 16, 


Nov. 7. 


June 28, 


Jnly 6. 


1893. 
Dee. 22, 


Dec 8. 



Jan. Z. 

Feb. 21. 
Nov. 24. 



a Acts of 1887, Chap. 404. 
c Acts of 1894, Chap. 367. 



b Acts of 1888, Chap. 429 and amendments. 
d AcU of 1890, Chap. 421. 



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CertiJUxUes of Organization ^ etc. — Continued. 



NAUS OF CORPORATION. 



Independent, Liberal Chureh, The, a 

Indvitrial and Labor Union of New 
Bedford, Incorporated, The, . 

Indnatrlal School for Crippled and 
Deformed Children, The, 

ItaBan Society of John Boneano IH 
Oalla for Matnal Aid, The, b . 

lullan Workmen's Aid Aaaoeiation, 
The, 

Kamp Komfort EJnb — Ineorporated, 
The, 

Kirtland Social and Athletic Clab, 
The, 

Ladiea Fkther Mathew Catholic To- 
tal Abetinence Benefit Society, 

Ladies Spiritnaliatle IndnatrUl Soci- 
ety, The 

Lafkyette ClQb, 

lAfayette Co-operatiTe Bank, The, . 

Lawrence Liquor Dealers Mutaal 
Benefit Association, 

Lawrence Scientific School Assocla- 
Uoo, 

Lsagne of Patriots A ssociatlon. The, e 

Les If isermbles Association, 

f<rttonian Worklngmen's Association 
of Boston, 

Leyden CInb Corporation, The, 
Lincoln Helping Hand of Andorer, b 

Linden Congregational Church, a 

Lowell, Lawrence and Haverhill 
Street Railway Employees Matnal 
Relief Association, 

Lyceum League Company, 

Lynn Cycle Club, The, 

Lynn Fraternal Benefit Society, b 

Lynn Spiritualists Association, . 

If splewoodBalkUng Associatlon,Tbe, 

MassaebnsetU Beta Chapter of Phi 
DeltoTbeta, 

a Acts of 1887, Chap. 404. 
d Ultimate value. 



Where Located. 



Greenwich, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, 

Somerville, 

Boston, 

Springfield, 

Lynn, 

Lawrence, 

Boston, 
New Bedford, 
Fall River, 

Lawrence, 

Cambridge, 
Springfield, 
Lowell, . 

Boston, 

Plymouth, 
Andover, . 

Maiden, . 



Lawrence, 

Boston, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Maiden, 

Amherst, 



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Jane 2, 



Apr. 26, 

1893. 
Nov. 13 

1894. 
Jan. 10 



Nov. 13 
Jan. 16 

May 14 

1893. 
Nov. 23 

1804. 
Feb. 8 

May 10 

Apr. 9 

Mar. 6 

Apr. 12 
Nov. 23 
July 10 

May 16 

1898. 
Dec. 22 

Dee. 29, 

1894. 
Oct. 18 



Apr. 23, 
July 14 
Mar. 1 
Jan. 11 
Apr. 10 
Mar. 20 

May 29 



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1804. 
Aug. 8. 

June 2. 

Mar. 27. 

July 26. 
Dec. 4. 
Mar. 27. 
May 22. 

Sept. 22. 

Feb 20. 
May 18. 
Apr. 11. 

Apr. 13. 

Apr. 24. 
Dec. 21. 
Oct. 8. 

May 26. 

Jan. 2. 
Jan. 10. 

Oct. 27. 

June 7. 
July 19. 
Mar. 22. 
Jan. 31. 
May 0. 
May 3. 

July 12. 



h Acts of 1888, Chap. 429 nnd amendmcntfl. c Limit 

Acta of IS94, Chap. 367 and acts in ameDdmcnt thereof. 



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[1894. 



Certificates of Orgardxaiion^ etc. — Continued. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



WhanliOeatad. 



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HaBMchaaetts State Aaaociatlon of 
Bptiituallatfl, The, .... 

Haaaaaoit Cycle Club, Incorporated, 
The, 

MattapaD Road Clab, The, 

Mazzini Social Club of Maasachaaetta, 

MechanlcB Aasociation, 

Mcclianlca Mutual Relief Aaaociatlon 
of Stoneham, The, a 

MolroBo Board of Aaaociated Charl- 
tiea, 

Melroae Cycle Club, .... 

Memorial Hall Aaaociatlon Poat 17, 
Grand Army of Republic, 

Mconah Ilome for Fallen and Friend- 
less Qlrla and Women, The, . 

Merchants & Manufacturera Life Aa- 
aociatlon, The, 6 . . . . 

Morning Star Pabliahing Houie, 

Mount Olive Baptiat Chnroh of Cam. 
bridge, c 



Muaiciana' Club, 



Mutual Benefaction Fund Life Aeao- 
elation, 6 



Mutual Benefit Aasociation of the 
Men of Lida, The,<l . 

Nantucket Historical Aaaodation, 
The 

National Accident Company, b . 

National Council of The United 
Guards of Honor, The, . 

Naval Order of the United Statea, 
Commandery of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts 

New Bedford Bar Association, . 

New Bedford Clover Club, The, 

New Bedford Mechanica Social Club, 
The 

Now Bedford Working Men*8 Mntoal 
Improvement Society, The, . 

New England Association of Op> 
ticianB,The 



Boston, 

Springfield, 
Boston, 
Boaton, 
Marlborough, 

Stoneham, 

Melrose, . 
Melrose, . 

Orange, . 

Boston, 

Westfield, 

Boston, 

Cambridge^ 
Brockton, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Nantucket, 
Boaton, 

Boaton, 

Boaton, 
New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 

Boaton, 



18M. 
Jan. 26, 



Jan. 17, 
May 10, 
Oct. 23, 
May 12, 

Aug. 14, 

Mar. 17, 
May 11, 



18M. 
Feb. 19. 



Mar. •. 

July 5. 

Nov. 7. 

Jane 5. 

SepU S. 

Mar. 28. 

Jane 4. 



Feb. 24, i Mar. 16. 



July 18, 



Oct. 20, 

1808. 
June 28, 



Jqly 30. 
Nov. 7. 
Jan. 11. 



1804. 
Nov. 7, Nov. 20. 



May 24, 



July 11. 



Sept. 15, . Oct. 1 



May 6, Sept. 15 



June 28, 
July 2, 

Feb. 5, 

Nov. 0, 
Apr. 16, 
June 20, 

May 15, 



July 17, July 28 



July 0. 
Joly 12. 

Feb. 8. 

Dee. 14. 
May 10. 
July 30. 

May 26. 



July 84, 



Ang. 10. 



a AcU of 1804, Chap. 367. 
c Acts of 1887, Chap. 404. 



b AcU of 1800, Chap. 421. 

d Acta of 1888, Chap. 429 and amendmentn. 



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Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



KAMS OF CORPORATION. 



Wbore Located. 



New Englaod Cotton Manufacturen' 
AMoeiaUon, 

New Bngland Eye and Bar Hospital, 
The, 

New England Peabody Home for 
Crippled Children, The, . 

New England Bammer Beaort Aaso- 
clation, 



Newton Camera Clah, 



Newtowne Ciab, 

Norfolk Diapentary Aeaociation, 

Nonimbega Woman's Club, The, 

Xorwood Yonng Men'a ChrleUan As- 
■odatloD, 



NowandThen Aasoelatlon,a . 

Odd Fellows If ntnal Accident Asso- 
ciation, The, a 

Old Colony Yacht Club, The, . 

Old Powder House Clnb Association 
of Someryiila, The, . . . • 

Open Door, The, 

Oriole Social Club, The, , 

Palmer's Island Clnb, .... 

Parish of Saint Chiysostom, Qalney, 

Partienlar Council of the Society of 
tit. Vincent de Paul of Holyoke, 
Mass., The, 

Patriotic Catholic Americans, The, a 

Phi Sigma Society of the College of 
Fhyaleians and Burgeons, The, 

Plttsfleld Clnb, 

PIttslleld ICaaonlc AssoctaUon, . 

Plombers Supply Association of New 
England, 

Plymouth Club Corporation, The, . 

Porters and Janitors Mutual Aid As- 
sedation. The, a • . . . 

Potomsfca Olub, The, .... 

Prospect HUl, PrimlU^e Methodist 
Church of Lawrence, • • 



Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Newton, . 

Cambridge, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Norwood, • 
Salem, 

Boston, 
Boston, 

SomerrlUe, 
Lowell, 
Boston, 
New Bedford, 
Qniney, . 

Holyoke, . 
Boston, 

Bbston, . 
PttUfleld, . 
Plttsfleld, . 

Boston, 
New Bedford, 

Boston, • 
New Bedford, 



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Nov. 20, 



Sept. 28 
June 7 

Apr. 6 

1803. 
Dec. 19 

1894. 
July 23 

Feb. 6 

Mar. 31 

Dec. 16 
Sept. 12 

Jan. 27 
Mar. 19 

Jan. 22 
May 23 

July 6 
June 1 
Apr. 7 

Sept. 4 
June 19 

Mar. 2 

May 31 

Aug. 14, 

Feb. 3 
May 14, 

June 29 
May 12 

May 12 



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1894. 
Dec. 1. 



Oct. 18. 

Sept. 18. 

Apr. 6. 

June 11. 

Aug. 1. 
Feb. 10. 
Apr. 16. 

Dec. 20. 
Dec. 31. 

Feb. b. 
Mar. 29. 

Mar. 3. 
July 26. 
Aug. 3. 
June 15. 
Apr. 18a 

Oct. 6. 
July 14. 

Mar. 24. 

June 26. 
Aug. 24. 

Feb. 17. 
June 4. 

Nov. 22. 
June 26. 

May 24. 



a Acts of 1888, Chap. 4M and amendments. 



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[1894. 



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NAMB OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



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Red Men's Mutual Relief Asaociation 
of Btoneham, The,a . 

Ridgely Protective Aa0Oclatlon,Tbe,a 

Roger Cooant Co-operative Bank, 
The, 

Royal Aid Society, The, d . 

Saint Ann's Roman Catholic Church 
of Fall River, e 

Saint Augustine School AssoclaUon, 
The 

Saint Mark's Parish Chur b of Fall 
River,j7 



Saint Mary's Home of New Bedford, 

Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Church 
of Fall River, e 



Schiller Club, The 

Second Advent Christian Church, g . 

Second Congregational Church of 
Palmer, Masa.,^ . . . . 

Social Hour Club, The, 

Society of the War of 1812 In the 
Commonwealth of Masaachasetts, 
(Incorporated), The, 

Sons and Danghters of the North, a . 

Sonth Bristol Farmers Club, 

South Deerfield Club, The, 

South End Aaaoclates, . 

Spiritualist Memorial Building Asso- 
ciation, The, 



Springfield Rescue Mission, The, 

St. Andrews Church of Wellesley, g 

St. Jean Baptiste Society of North 
Adams, a 

St. John Baptist Association, The, A 

St. Michael's Parochial Schools of 
Lowell, Mass 



Fall River, 

Stoneham, 
Worcester, 

Balem, . 
Lynn, 

Fall River, 

Boston, 

Fall River, 

New Bedford, 

Fall River, 

Boston, 
Savoy, 

Palmer, 
Fall River, 

Boston, 
Cambridge, 
New Bedford, 
Deerfield, . 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Springfield, 

Wellesley, 

North Adams, 
Springfield, 

Lowell, 



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1804. 
Dec. 3, 

Apr. 17, 
May 6, 

Nov. 1, 

Nov. 7. 

Dec. 12, 
Apr. 17, 

June 21, 

1803. 
May 29, 

18M. 
Dec. 1, 

Oct. 16, 
Apr. 17, 

Apr. 12, 
May 12, 

Aug. 7, 

June 6, 

Mar. 28, 

June 28, 

189S. 
Deo. oO, 

1804. 
Feb. 0, 

Apr. 2, 

May 21, 

Jniy 3, 
Dee. 10, 

Apr. 10, 



1894. 
Dec. 15. 



May 31. 
May 10. 

Nov. 9. 
Not. 19. 

/Dec. 17. 

Apr. 28. 

July 17. 

Jan. 2. 

/Dec. 4. 

Nov. 2. 
Jane 0. 

May 20. 

Jane 13. 

Sept. 10. 
Jaly 5. 
Nov. 1. 
Joly 11. 

Mar. 13. 

Mar. 5. 
May 2S. 
Jone 19. 

Oet. 22. 
Dec. 22. 

Apr. 11. 



a Acts of 1888, Chap. 429 and amendments. b Limit. c Ultimate value. 

d Acts of 1894, Chap. 367. e P. S. Chap. 38, SecU. 48, 49 and 60. / Certificate of incorpomtion filed. 

g Acts of 1887, Chnp. 404. A AcU of 1804, Chap. 367 and acta in amendment thereof. 



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Certificates of Organization^ etc. — Continued. 



NAMH OF CORPORATION. 



Where Located. 



Standard Relief AMOciatlon, a . 

Sopreme Bmployinent Bareau, The, 

8tea Ollle Aaaoclallon, 

Swedich Srangellcal Lutheran 
Cbureh,^ 



8 wediahBTangelloalLatheran Church 
lA Maiden. Maae.. 6 . . . . 



8 wedlahBTangelleal LatheranChareh 
of Olonoeater, liaae.,& 

Swediah Qlee dah. The, . 

Svedlah Soelal Clnh, . . . . 

Teamatera' Benevolent Aaaociatlon 
ofBoeton,a 

Tnfta Chapter of I>elU Upallon Fra- 
ternity, The, 



Tomvereln Vorwftrta of Webeter, . 



U nion Athletic Clnb of Brockton, . 

Union BYnngelleal Church of Heath, 
The,6 

Union Veieran Fireman*! Aasoda- 
tlon. The, 



Unitarian Temperance Bodety, The, 

United SpirltnallaU of America, The, 

UniTenal Mutual Accident Aaaocla- 
ttoo of Lowell, Maaa., e . • 

Veterane Memorial Hall Aaaodation 
of Poet 106, Grand Army of the 
Republic, Rockpoit, Maaa., The, . 

Wakefield Home for Aged Women, . 

Waltham Woman'a Club Corpora- 
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NAME OF CORPORATION. 



West Congregational Charch of 
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Weatfield Maeonio Aaeociatlon, 

Women's Benevolent Society of 
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Worcester Finnish Evangelical Lu- 
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Young Men's Catholic Temperance 
Society of Beverly 

Young Men's Catholic ToUl Absti- 
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Young Men's Christian Association 
of dTardner, Mass., The, . 

Yonns Men's Christian Association 
of Hudson, Mass., . . . . 

Young Men's Congressional Club, . 

Zlngari Cricket Club 



474 corporations, 241 with capital, 28S 
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Abstract of Certificates of Increase op Capital, by Existing Corporations^ 
under Public StatvieSy Chapter 106^ Section 66. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



A. F. Towie sDd Son Company, The, . . . . 

A. IC. MePbail PUno Company, 

Bay Sute BlaonU Company, The, .... 

Bay State Oaa Company, The, 

Bay State lee Company 

Boston Incandeecent Lamp Company, The, . 

Boston Rubber Shoe Company, 

Brockton Co-operative Boot and Shoe Company, The, 

Chelsea Pottery U. S., The, 

Dally News Pabllshlng Company, The, 
Edieon Electric Illnminating Company of Boston, The, 
Bdlsoo Eliectrlc Illnminating Company of Boston , The, 
Edison Electrio Illamlnailng Company of Bo8ton,The, 
Edison Blectric Illuminating Company of Boston , The, 
Edison Electric Ulomlnating Company of Boston, The, 
Edison Electric Ilhimloating Company of Boston, The, 
Edison Blectric Illuminating Company of Boston, The, 
Edison Electric tllnminaitng Company of Boston, The, 
Edison Electric Illnminating Company of Boston, The, 
Fall RlTer Iron Works Company, .... 
Framlngham Box Company, The, .... 
Framtngham Nursery Company, ..... 

(leorge W. Pronty Company, The 

Oraton and Knight Manufacturing Company, The, . 
Hetherston Importing Company, The, 

Lexington Print Works, The, 

Lloden Paper Co., The 

Marlborough Building Association, .... 

Masonic Building Association, 

Metboen Company, 



Location. 

Oreenfleld, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Maiden, 

Brockton, 

Chelsea, 

Springfield, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Fall Riyer, 

Framlngham, 

Framlngham, 

Gloucester, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Lexington, 

Holyoke, . 

Marlborough, 

New Bedford, 

Boston, 



Amount of 
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$50,000 

40,000 

1,500 

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4,000 

30,000 

b 2,000,000 

2,500 

6,000 

10,000 

c 425,000 

d 103,600 

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< 5,000 

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500,000 

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5,000 

200,000 

10,000 

1:40,000 

200,000 

60,000 

60,000 

1 310,000 



Amount 
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$50,000 

40,000 

1,500 

1,500.000 

4,000 

30,000 

2,000,000 

2,500 

5,000 

10,000 

108,600 

79,000 

071,800 

12,000 

46,000 

6,000 

5,000 

327,700 

600,000 

5,000 

5,000 

6,000 

200,000 

10,000 

40,000 

200,000 

50,000 

60,000 

810,000 



When 
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1804. 
May 2. 

Feb. 7. 

June 12. 

Jan. 24. 

Mar. 2. 

Feb. 1. 

Feb. 0. 

Feb. 0. 

Apr. 8. 

Mar. 31. 

Apr. 18. 

Apr. 26. 

Apr. 26. 

Apr. 25. 

Apr. 85. 

Apr. 25. 

Apr. 25. 

Apr. 26. 

May 29. 

Mar. 27. 

Feb. 10. 

Aug. 6. 

Sept. 14. 

Dec. 26. 

Jan. 26. 

Dec. 20. 

Feb. 19. 

Aug. 14. 

June 26. 

Mar. 20. 



a And Acts of 1808, Chap. 474, Sect. 4. b And AcU of 1802, Chap. 28. 

e Authorized by the Board of OnM and Electric Light Commlulonors, under Chap. 227, Acts of 1892. 

d Stock Issued in May, 1801. e Stock issued March 1, 1892. 

/ Stock issued in Angnst, 1892. g Stock issued September 1, 1892. 

A Stock issued March 1, 1808. i Stock Issued September 1, 1893. 

j Stock issaed March 1, 1894. k And Acts of 1801, Chap. 247, and Acts of 1894, Chap. 254. 

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Abstract of Certificates of Increase op Capital, etc. — Concluded. 



NAME OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



Amount of 
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Millbnry Electric Company, . 
Monnt Washington Olass Company, 
Mount Washington Glass Company, 
Mudge Shoe Company, . 
New England Morocco Works, . 
Norton Emery Wheel Company, . 
Onset Water Company, 
Palrpoint Manufacturing Company, 
Pairpolnt Manufacturing Company, 
Phelps Publishing Company, 
Plymouth Cordage Company, 
Plymouth County Co-operatiye Creamery Company, 
Reading Masonic Temple [Corporation], 
Salem Storage Warehouse Company, The, 
Sawyer Spindle Company, . 
Scandinavian Co*operative Drug Company, The, 
Somerville Journal Company, 
South Truro Fish Weir Company, 
Taunton Theatre Company, . 
Washacum Pottery Company, The, 
White Oak River Corporation, . 
White Oak River Corporation, . 
WItherell Shoe Company, . 
68 certificates, 42 corporations. 



MiUbury, . 
New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Worcester, 
Wareham, 
New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 
Holyoke, . 
Plymouth, 
Brldgewater, 
Reading, . 
Salem, 
Boston, 
Worcester, 
Somerville, 
Truro, 
Taunton, . 
Sterling, . 
New Bedford, 
New Bedford, 
Clinton, . 



$2,000 
17,000 
60,000 
70,000 
16,000 
82,000 
a 6,000 
100,000 
6100,000 
100,000 
800,000 
1,000 
36,000 
16,000 
100,000 
1,126 
10,000 
1,000 
7,000 
2,000 
c 20,000 
20,000 
8,000 



Amount 
Paid In. 



When 
Filed. 



$7,628,626 



$2,000 
17,000 
60,000 
70,000 
16,000 
82,000 • 
6,000 ! 
100,000 I 

I 

100,000 

100,000 

600,000 

1,000 

86,000 

16,000 

100,000 

1,126 

10,000 

1,000 

7,000 

2,000 

20,000 

20,000 

8,000 



1804. 
Apr. 10. 

Aug. 6. 

Aug. 6. 

Jan. 16. 

Apr. 21. 

Mar. 20. 

Nov. 27. 

July 26. 

Aug. 6. 

May 14. 

May 26. 

May 16. 

Mar. 8. 

July 13. 

Aug. 1. 

Apr. 9. 

Juna 11. 

May 21. 

Mar. 20. 

Apr. 4. 

Jan. 90. 

Jan. 90. 

Dee. 11. 



$7,628,626 



a Acts of 1804, Chap. 880. Sect. 1. b Increased May 24, 1802. 

c Speoial stock under P. S. Chap. 106, Sect. 42. 



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41 



Abstract of CertificcUes of Reduction of Capital, by Existing Corporations^ 

under Public Statutes ^ Chapter 106 y Section 57. 



NAME OF OORPOEIATION. 



A. W. Clapp Company, 



Appl^OQ Bhoe Company, The, 



Bay State Shoe and Leather Company, 



BofltOD Cordage Company, 



Chelsea Cordage Company, 



Claflln and Kimball — Incorporated, . 



Cobb Stove and Machine Company, . 



Driaeoll and Baton Mannfactnring Company, 



Evening Oasette Company, The, 



F. P. Cox Laundry Company, The, . 



Gloucester Ftah Company, 



Jarvla Engineering Company, 



Lawrence ImproTcment Company, 



Mount WaaUngton Glaoa Company, . 



Bobinaon Printing Company, 



9ewall and Day Cordage Company, . 



Standard Cordage Company, 



Underhay Oil CO., 



W. M. Colby Company, 



Location. 



Amount of 
Decrease. 



Present 
Caplul. 



When 
Filed. 



Boston, 

Boston, 

Worcester, 

Boston, 

Chelsea, 

Boston, 

Taunton, 

Natiek, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Bot^ton, 



Boston, 
Lawrence, 
New Bedford, 



10 eerUflcatea, 19 corporations, 



Boston, 



Boston, 



Boston, 



Boston, 



Boston, 



$eo,ooo 

5,000 

800,000 

240,000 

200,000 

85,000 

5,000 

8,100 

120,000 

10,000 

9,250 

50,000 

4.500 

145,000 

5,000 

400,000 

240,000 

25,000 

5,000 



$2,006,860 



$25,000 
20,000 
100,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 
20,000 
38,900 
80,000 

5,000 

9,250 
50,000 
40,500 

5,000 

20,000 

200,000 

10,000 

25,000 

6,000 



$671,050 



1894. 
Aug. 8. 

Apr. 13. 

Apr. 30. 

Apr. 6. 

Apr. 6. 

Feb. 16. 

May 10. 

Nov. 27. 

Feb. 19. 

Mar. 8. 

Apr. 16. 

Aug. 1. 

Apr. 17. 

Aug. 6. 

Jan. 8. 

Apr. 6. 

Apr. 6. 

Dec. 22. 

Apr. 30. 



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CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED. 



[1894. 



Corporations Dissolved by the Supreme Judicial Courts and Return 
thereof made by the Clerks of the Courts of the Several Counties in 1894. 



Date of 

Decree of 

Dissola- 

tiOD. 



NAMB OF CORPORATION. 



Location. 



CouDty 

where 

Diaaolved. 



1893. 
Deo. 5 

1894. 
Aug. 7 

Oct. S 

Mar. 

June 12 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 8, 

Aug. 8 

Apr. 27 

Oct. fi 

Oct. 2 

Mar. 

Jan. 19 

Sept. 24 

1893. 
Deo. 19 

1891. 
May 12 

Sept. 16 

1894. 
Apr. 30 

Apr. 17 

1893. 
Dec. 26 

1894. 
July 8 

Apr. 27 



Allston Boot and Shoe Company* 

Bacon Paper Company, The, 

Bay State Paper Box Company, 

Boston and Sandwich Glass Company, .... 
Boston Macaroni Manufacturing Company, 

Burbank-Bwart Company, The 

Citizens' Steam and Oaa Light Company of Lynn, The, . 

Clark Manufacturing Company, 

Department Store Company, 

Fanenil Halllnsurance Company 

Indian Orchard Mills 

Inter-State Collection Company, 

Lynn Co-operative Supply Company, The, 
Massachusetts Fish Exchange 

Metropolitan Cab Company, 

North Adams Electric Light and Power Company, . 
Orange Power Company 

People's Electric Company 

Riverside Manufacturing Company 

Tabernacle Young Men's Institute 

Thomas B. Proctor Leather Company, .... 

Waterman and Bee Corporation, 

22 corporations. 



Boston, 



Boston, 


Suffolk. 


Worcester, 


Woroester. 


Boston, 


Suffolk. 


Boston, . 


Suffolk. 


Worcester, 


Worcester. 


Lynn, . . 


Essex. 


Boston, 


Suffolk. 


Clinton, . 


Worcester. 


Boston, 


Suffolk. 


Springfield, 


Suffolk. 


Boston, . 


Suffolk. 


Lynn, 


Essex. 


Boston, 


Suffolk. 



Boston, 



North Adams, . 


Berkshire. 


Orange, 


Franklin. 




Hampshire 


Fall River. 


Bristol. 


Boston, 


Suffolk. 


Boston, . 


Suffolk. 


Boston, . 


Suffolk. 



Suffolk. 



Suffolk. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 47 



Abstract of Acts of Incorporation^ wUh other Enabling Acts^ Amendatory^ 
Extending^ Revival or Change of Name^ in the Year 1894, 



Chapter 

239. Acushnet river. Bristol Coanty CommissioDers are authorized to widen the 
bridge over said river between the city of New Bedford and the town of 
Fairbaven. Chapter 368, Acts of 1893, amended. 

530. Acushnet river. Bristol County Commissioners are authorized to widen the 
bridge over said river between the city of New Bedford and the town of 
Fairbaven. Chapter 368, Acts of 1893, amended. 

232. Agawam, town of. May refund a portion of its indebtedness. 

79. Altamonte Springs Conopany. Incorporated. May purchase, etc., property at 
Altamonte Springs, County of Orange, State of Florida. Capital stock, 
$50,000 ; $25,000 of which to be common and $25,000 preferred. May issue 
notes and bonds in amount not to exceed whole capital stock. 

54. American Antiquarian Society, The. Real and personal estate not to exceed 
$500,000. 

52. American Baptist Home Mission Society, The. Incorporated. Real and per- 
sonal estate not to exceed $3,000,000. 

262. American Baptist Missionary Union, The. Real estate not to exceed in value, 
$1,000,000. Personal estate not to exceed $2,000,000. 

544. American Bell Telephone Company, The. May increase its capital stock, 
whole amount not to exceed $50,000,000. Market value of shares to be 
determined by the Commissioner of Corporations. 

138. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Term of office of 
members of the prudential committee established. 

81. American Education Society. Name changed to Congregational Education 
Society. 

106. Anatolia College, The Trustees of. Incorporated. Real estate. 

331. Andover, town of. The Trustees of the Free Schools in the South Parish in 
Andover dissolved. 

186 Andover, town of. Vote legalized to pay Silas Buck for a horse lost by draw- 
ing steam fire engine. 

193. Appalachian Mountain Club. Powers enlarged. Real estate to be exempt 
from taxation. 

494. Arlington, town of. May lay and maintain a water pipe in the^town of Lex- 
ington. 



48 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1894. 

Chapter 

244. Athol, town of. May incur indebtedness beyond the debt limit to construct a 
system of sewers and sewerage disposal. 

61. Attleborough, town of. Water supply. Additional bonds not to exceed 
$50,000. 

344. Avon, town of. Water loan not to exceed f 70,000. 

123. Ayer Library, The. Incorporated. Real and personal estate. 

37. Barnstable, county of. Commissioners may construct an earthwork structure 
across Wading Plane Creek between the towns of Harwich and Chatham. 

365. Barre Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed 920,000. 
Capital stock not to exceed 940,000. Bonds not to exceed capital stock 
actually paid in. 

134. Bass river. Times, places and manner of taking fish regulated. 

246. Bellingham, Mendon and Hopedale, towns of. May unite to employ a superin- 
tendent of schools. 

135. Benevolent Fraternity of Churches in the City of Boston. Powers extended to 

hold real and personal estate. 

411. Benevolent Fraternity of Churches in the City of Boston. Certain powers not 
affected. 

161. Beverly, city of. Incorporated. 

29. Beverly, town of. Water loan. Bonds not to exceed #150,000. 

310. Billerica, town of. May incur indebtedness beyond its debt limit for the erec- 
tion of a new town hall building. Bonds not to exceed f 30,000. 

362. Blackstone Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed 920,000. 
Capital stock not to exceed 9100,000. Bonds not to exceed capital stock 
actually paid in. 

521. Boston and Albany Railroad Company, The. May make a location in the town 
of Wellesley. 

165. Boston and Chelsea, cities of. May build and maintain a public highway 
bridge across Chelsea creek. 

550 Boston and Lowell Bicycle Railway Company. Incorporated. Capital stoc;k 
not to exceed $3,000,000. Bonds not to exceed amount of capital stock actu- 
ally paid in. Issue of stock and bonds to be approved by Railroad Commis- 
sioners. May increase capital stock subject to general laws. May mort- 
gage its franchises and property. Railway to be operated by electricity, 

467. Boston and Providence Railroad. Amendment to an act relating to tlie aboli- 
tion of certain grade crossings on said railroad. 

108. Boston, city of. Agreement with town of Southborough relating to the build- 
ing of a water basin in said town, ratified and confirmed. 

242. Boston, city of, and town of Brookline. Boundary line established. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 49 

Chapter 

485. Boston, city of, and town of Brookline. Boundary line established. Chapter 
242, Acts of 1894, amended. 

256. Boston, city of. Apportionment of assessments for the construction of sewers. 

119. Boston, city of. Board of Health may pave private passageways, when public 
health requires. 

266. Boston, city of. Board of Police empowered to expend an additional sum of 
money tor legal assistance. 

335. Boston, city of. Board of Survey to continue in oflSce. 

157. Boston, city of. Board of Water Commissioners may release certain land in 
Marlborough to the former owner. 

443. Boston, city of. Construction and repair of buildings. Amended. 

257. Boston, city of. Erection or alteration of buildings in violation of law may be 

restrained. 

416. Boston, city of. Extension of Huntington and Columbus avenues. 

227. Boston, city of. Interest on sewer assessments. 

82. Boston, city of. May abate a portion of certain assessments for construction 
of sidewalks. 

217. Boston, city of. May constmct and maintain a bridge connecting the city 
proper, so called, with Charlestown 

396. Boston, city of. May incur indebtedness beyond its debt limit for park pur- 
poses. 

454. Boston, city of. Office of Commissioner of Wires established. 

276. Boston, city of. Relating to appointment of assistant assessors. 

548. Boston Elevated Railway Company. Incorporated. Capital stock to be not less 
than 910,000,000, but may be increased not to exceed $20,000,000 in all. 
Bonds not to exceed amount of capital stock actually paid in. May mort- 
gage its franchise and property. 

548. Boston Transit Commission. Established for five years from July 2, 1894. To 
construct subways for railway tracks and for the running of railway cars 
thereon. Tunnel to East Boston. Shall construct a bridge over Charles 
river between the present Charles river bridge and the Fitch bur^ railroad 
bridge Rapid Transit Loan by city of Boston. Strips of land may be 
taken for purposes of an elevated railway, etc. 

189. Boston Harbor and other waters. Use of net, seine, etc , for catching smelts 
prohibited. 

13. Boston Home for A^ed and Infirm Hebrews and Orphanage. Name changed 
to The Leopold Morse Home for Infirm Hebrews and Orphanage. 

4^3. Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad. Part of its location may be taken 
by The Metropolitan Park Commission for park purposes. Said railroad 
may take new location in accordance with law. 



50 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1894. 

Chapter 

464. Braintree Street Railway Companj. May extend its tracks into the town of 
Holbrook. May purchase all the rights, franchise and property of the 
Randolph Street Railway Company. May increase capital stock, whole 
amount not to exceed 9200,000. Bonds not to exceed amount of capital 
stock actually paid in. May change its name to Braintree, Randolph and 
Holbrook Street Railway Company, or other appropriate name. 

84. Bristol, county of. County commissioners may borrow not exceeding f 160,000 

to complete new Court House at Taunton. 

226. Brockton, city of. Certain land ma^ be taken for the alteration of grade 
crossings of the Old Colony division of the New York, New Haven and 
Hartfora Railroad Company in said city. 

95. Brockton, city of. City engineer to be, ex officio, Clerk of the Board of Com- 
missioners of Sewerage construction. 

213. Brockton, city of. May lay out and construct a street through a portion of the 
Thompson Burial Ground. 

93. Brockton, city of. Part of the town of West Bridgewater to be annexed to 
said city. 

42. Brockton, city of. Water loan. Bonds not to exceed f 720,000. 

516. Brockton Street Railway Company. May purchase or lease the property, 
rights, capital stock and franchises of the Brockton and Holbrook Street 
Railway Company, the Brockton and Stoughton Street Railway Company, 
the Brockton and Bridgewater Street Railway Company, the Brockton and 
East Bridgewater Street Railway Company, the East Side Street Railway 
Company, the Whitman Street Railway Company, and the Bridgewater 
and East Bridgewater Street Railway Company, and said street railways 
are authorized to lease or sell, convey and assign their franchises and 
property, etc , to said Brockton Street Railway Company. May increase its 
capital stock not to exceed 9750,000. Bonds not to exceed f 750,000. 

518. Brookline Gas Light Company. May increase its capital stock, whole amount 
not to exceed 92,000,000. 

278. Brookline, town of. Time extended for payment of certain debts. 

89. Cambridge, city of. Additional park loan. 

85. Cambridge, city of. Additional water loan not to exceed 91*000,000. 

212. Cambridge, city of. May incur indebtedness for construction of streets and for 
similar purposes. 

520. Cambridge, citv of. May take additional land for the better preservation of 
the purity of the waters in Fresh Pond. 

360. Cambridge, city of. Middlesex county commissioners are directed to erect a 
new registry of deeds building for southern Middlesex district. 

116. Cambridge, city of. Public parks. Acts 1893, chapter 337, section 4, amended. 

255. Cambridge, city of. Taking of water from storage basin at Roberts^ mills on 
Stony Brook. 

35. Canton, town of. Water loan. Bonds not to exceed 9190,000. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 51 

Chapter 

295. Cape Cod Bay Land Association. May build and maintain a bridge in South 
Wellfleet. Chapter 132, Acts of 1893, amended. 

468. Cape Cod South Side Railroad Company. Incorporated. Capital stock, 
$10,000, with privilege to increase to an amount not to exceed $100,000. 
Bonds not to exceed at any time $15,000 per mile for each mile of road 
actually constructed and ready for operation. 

159. Channing Conference, The, Taunton. Incorporated. Real and personal estate, 
$100,000. May hold meetings without the Commonwealth. 

325. Chelsea, city of. Charter revised. 

14. Chelsea, city of. May issue new bonds. 

178. Chester, town of. Fire district may be established. 

179. Chester, town of. Fire district water supply. Water loan not to exceed $30,000. 

486. Chesterfield, town of. Proceedings of town meeting of July 22, 1893, legalized 
and confirmed. 

208. Chicopee, city of. May incur indebtedness beyond the limit fixed by law for 
constructing bridge between Holyoke and that part of Chicopee known as 
Willimansett. 

167. Children's Hospital in Boston, The. Real and personal estate not to exceed 
$1,000,000. 

438. College Settlements Association. Incorporation under general laws ratified 
and confirmed. Electoral board, membership, etc. 

109. Connecticut river. Time extended in which Watson Whittlesey and his heirs 
and assigns may build and maintain a bridge across said river, from the 
city of Ilolyoke to the city of Chicopee. 

252. Conway Electric Street Railway Company. Incorporated. Capital stock 
not to exceed $50,000. Bonds not to exceed $25,000. May carry on the 
business of a common carrier of goods and merchandise. 

87. Court Colombia, Number six thousand and twelve. Ancient Order of Foresters. 
Name changed to Court Columbia, Number six thousand and twelve. 
Ancient Order of Foresters of America. 



88. Court Montgomery, Number six thousand three hundred eighty-six. Ancient 
Order of Foresters. Name changed to Court Montgomery, Number six 
thousand three hundred eighty-six, Ancient Order of Foresters of America. 



488. Cummington, town of. Proceedings of town meeting of June 10, 1893, 
legalized and confirmed. 

148. Cushman Library, in Bemardston. Library commissioners may purchase 
books therefor. 

358. Dartmouth, town of. Henry M. Plummer and others are authorized to build 
and maintain a bridge over Little river in said town. 

282. Deerfield, town of. May refund a portion of its indebtedness. 

265. Dorchester Savings Bank. Incorporated. 



52 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1894. 

Chapter 

449. Drawbaugh Telephone and Telegraph Company. May or^nize under chapter 
106 of the Public Statutes, a corporation for the manu^cture of telephones, 
etc. Capital stock to be not less than 91*000,000 nor more than 910,000,000. 

31. Dwigbt Manufacturing Company. May increase its capital stock not to exceed 
f 1,800,000. May engage in business in any part of the United States of 
America. 

418. East Longmeadow, town of. Incorporated. 

75. East Parish of the town of Salisbury. May sell or lease its lands. Division 
of town into two parishes not to be affected. 

65. Eastern Middlesex, First District Court of. Office of assistant clerk established. 

125. Essex, county of. County Commissioners may construct fenders about the 
piers of Haverhill bridge, between the city of Haverhill and the town of 
Bradford. 

234. Everett, city of. May incur indebtedness beyond the debt limit for park and 
library purposes, etc. 

96. Everett, city of. Relative to annual reports of certain officers and boards to 
the mayor. 

478. Fall River, city of, and town of Westport. Boundary line to be located and 
defined. 

351. Fall River, city of. Board of Police established. 

540. Fall River, city of. Board of Police established. Chapter 351, Acts of 1894, 
amended. 



233. Fall River, city of. Renewal of water loan. 

400. Falmouth Heights Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed 
93,000. Capital sU " 
stock actually paid 



93,000. Capital stock not to exceed 95,000. Bonds not to exceed capital 
llv paid in. 



69. Falmouth, town of, or County Commissioners of Barnstable County. May 
build and maintain a bridge over the creek running into West Falmouth. 

264. Federation of Loyal Knights and Ladies. Name changed to Royal Crescent 

441. Fire District of the town of Dal ton. Additional water loan not to exceed 

910,000. 

150. First Congregational Church of Nantucket Title to certain real estate to vest 
in said church, as soon as incorporated under chapter 404, Acts of 1887, and 
acts in amendment thereof and in addition thereto. 

513. First Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Gloucester, Trustees of the. 
Trustees and organization confirmed. Trustees to receive and hold real 
estate, etc. Name changed to The Trustees of the Pi'ospect Street Methodist 
Episcopal Church of Gloucester. 

53. Fitchburg Railroad Company. May unite and consolidate with the Brookline 
and Pepperell Railroad Company, the Brookline Railroad Company, and 
the Brookline and Milford Railroad Company under the name of the 
Fitchburg Railroad Company, 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 53 

Chapter 

339, Foxboroufi^h Water Supply District. Limits extended. May increase issue 
of bonds. 

456. Globe Mutual Boiler Insurance Company of Boston. Incorporated. Not to 
issue policies until the sum of f 2oO,000 has been subscribed to be insured, 
and entered upon the books of the corporation. 

115. Granite Trust Company. Name changed to Puritan Trust Company. 

215. Greenfield, town of. Fire District Number One may increase its water supply. 
Fire District water loan not to exceed 960,000. 

57. Harrison Square Church. Name changed to Christ Church of Dorchester. 

296. Hayerhill, city of. Fishing in Crystal lake restricted. 

480. Hayerhill, city of. Relating to police department. 

243. Hayerhill, Georgetown and Danyers Street Railway Company. Time for con- 
struction extended. 

43. Hillside Agricultural Society. Real and personal estate not to exceed 910,000. 

286. Holyoke, city of. Ma^ incur indebtedness beyond its debt limit to pay its part 
of the cost of building Willimansett bridge. 

122. Holyoke Street Railway Company. May construct and operate its railway 
over certain private property. 

404. Ipswich, town of. Additional water loan not to exceed 930,000. 

313. Ipswich, town of. County Commissioners of Essex county may pay a portion 
of the expense of rebuilding Green Street bridge in said town. 

390. Ipswich, town of. Proceedings of town meeting legalized. 

420. Lawrence, city of. Election and term of office of the Overseers of the Poor. 

86. Lawrence, city of. May refund a portion of its debt. 

408. Lee Congregational Society. May change and re-establish the valuation of its 
pews. 

254. Lexington Print Works, The. May increase its capital stock, whole amount 
not to exceed 9130,000. 

223. Lexington Water Company. May increase its capital stock, whole amount 
not to exceed 990,000. Additional bonds, 910,000, whole amount authorized 
not to exceed f70,000. 

445. Lincoln, town of. May refund portions of its water debt. 

278. Lowell and Suburban Street Railway Company. May extend its tracks. 
May supply electricity for motive power for street railway purposes. 

190. Lowell, city of. Board of Overseers of the Poor to be elected by the people 
instead of by the City Council. 

141. L'union des Ouvriers. Name changed to L^union St. Joseph. 



54 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1894. 

Chapter 

617. Lynn and Boston Railroad Company. May lease the property, rights, capital 
stock and franchise of the Boston and Revere Electric Street Railway Com- 
pany and increase its capital stock not to exceed $3,000,000 over that now 
authorized by its charter. May issue mortgage bonds. 

247. Lynn, city of. Charter revised. 

302. Lynn, city of. Nuisance occasioned by the dam of the Butman mill on Little 
river to be abated. 

20L Maiden, city of. Sewerage loan not to exceed |oOO,000. 

37 L Maiden, Melrose and Stoneham Street Railway Company. May extend its 
road into the cities of Medford and Somerville. 

340. Marlborough, city of. Additional water loan not to exceed $35,000. 

99. Marlborough, city of. May incur indebtedness beyond limit fixed by law, to 
construct a system of sewerage and sewage disposal. 

403. Marlborough, city of. Water loan of 1894 not to exceed $35,000. 

172. Mash pee and Barnstable, towns of. Boundary line established. 

55. Massachusetts Historical Society, The. Real and personal estate not to exceed 

$600,000. 

28. Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company, The. Exempted from making 
returns to the Insurance Commissioner. 

376. Massachusetts State Firemen^s Association. Treasurer to give bond in the 
sum of $10,000. 

269. Medford, city of. Grade for cellars may be established and grade of certain 
lands may be ordered to be raised. 

162. Medford, city of. May clear of obstructions, improve, etc., the brooks and 

streams within said city. 

163. Medford, city of. May increase and improve its water supply. 

323. Melrose, town of. System of sewerage bonds not to exceed $100,000. 

417. Mendon, town of. Water supply. Water loan not to exceed $15,000. 

113. Merrimac river. Protection of salmon fry at entrance of canals in Lowell and 
Lawrence. 

194. Methuen, town of. Water loan. 

527. Middlesex, county of. Additional judge of probate and insolvency to be 
appointed. 

66. Middlesex, county of. Couhty Commissioners may erect an addition to the 
registry of deeds building in Cambridge. 

507. Millbury, town of. May alter, straighten and deepen the channel of Black- 
stone river in said town between upper and lower railroad bridges. 

290. Monson, town of. Water supply. Water loan not to exceed $65,000. 

90. Mount Holyoke College, The Trustees of. Real and personal estate not to 

exceed $2,0C0,0O0. 

319. Nantucket Railroad Company. May change the present location of its road. 
459. Natick, town of. May take lands for sewerage purposes. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 55 

Chapter 

447. New Bedford, city of. May accept grant from the United States for park 
purposes. 

345. New Bedford, city of. May increase its water supply. Bonds not to exceed 
♦1.200.000. 

171. New Bedford, city of. May refund a portion of its water debt. 

149. Newbury, town of. Allowance to be made by the Commissioners of Essex 
county for rebuilding Thurlow's bridge over the Parker river in said town. 

76. Newbuijport, city of. May discontinue certain common landing places on the 

Memmac river in said city. 

474. Newburyport Water Company. City of Ncwburyport may purchase all the 
property of said company. Water loan by said town. 

463. New England and New York Railroad Company. Incorporated. Capital 
stock not to exceed the present authorized capital stock of the New York 
and New England Railroad Company. May issue bonds. 

77. New England Burglary Insurance Company, Boston. Incorporated. Capital 

stock, 1200,000, which may be increased not to exceed S500,000. 

152. Newton Centre Trust Company. Incorporated. 

210. Newton, city of. May incur indebtedness for construction of streets and for 
similar purposes. 

495. Newton, city of. May incur indebtedness not to exceed $750,000 beyond debt 
limit for sewer pui'poses 

72. Newton Theological Institution, The. Whole amount of property not to 
exceed |1,200,000, of which not more than f 400,000 shall be in real estate. 

155. Newton Theological Institution, The. May confer degrees. 
168. Newton ville Trust Company. Incorporated. 

466. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. Relative to raising 
the grade and changing the location of the Proviaence division of said com- 
pany in the city of Boston. 

15. Norfolk, county of. County Commissioners may borrow money to complete 
the Court House in Dedham. 

524. North Adams, town of. May refund its indebtedness. 

177. Northampton, citv of. Additional water supply. Water loan of 1894 not to 
exeeed $100,000. 

44. Norwood, town of. Water loan. Additional bonds not to exceed $20,000. 

156. Old Colony Railroad Company. Chapter 351, Acts of 1887, to be void unless 

certain conditions are complied with. 

338. Old Colony Railroad Company. May take land for terminal facilities in the 
city of Boston. May increase its capital stock not to exceed in all $3,000,000. 
(Section 3, chapter 127, Acts of 1893, amended.) 

392. Old Colony Railroad Company. To provide and operate a suitable ferry 
between city of New Bedford and town of Fairhaven. Penalty for delay. 

361. Orleans, Brewster and Harwich, towns of. May unite for the employment of 
a superintendent of schools. 

107. Orleans, town of. Preservation and taking of alewives in Sparrow's pond. 



56 ACTS OF INCORPORATION, ETC. [1894. 

Chapter 

202. People's Building Asaociation, The. Extension of time of incorporation. 
Capital stock not to exceed 1200,000. 

482. Pepperell, town of. May refund its indebtedness. 

100. Perley Free School, Trustees of the, (Jeorgetown. Incorporated. Real and 
personal estate, devised and bequeathed by will of John Perle}', and an 
amount in addition not to exceed $300,000. Trust funds. 

91. Pittsfield, city of. Additional water supply. 

487. Plainfield, town of. Proceedings of town meeting of March 6, 1893, and the 
several adjournments thereof, legalized and confirmed. 

347. Providence, Ponagansett and Springfield Railroad Company. Time for con- 
struction extended. 

222. Provincetown, town of. Proceedings at annual town meeting confirmed. 

191. Revere Water Company. Real estate not to exceed in value |60|000. Capital 
stock not to exceed $125,000. 

78. Rockport, town of. Water supply. Water loan not to exceed $150,000. 

74. Roslindale Methodist Episcopal Church in Boston. Name changed to the 
Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church in Boston. 

94. Rufus S. Frost General Hospital, Chelsea. Incorporated. Real and personal 
estate not to exceed $100,000. Chelsea Day Nurserv, Children's Home and 
(leneral Hospital. Name changed to Chelsea Day ^Nursery and Children's 
Home. This act repealed by chapter 185, Acts of 1894. 

185. RufuS S. Frost General Hospital, Chelsea Incorporated. Real and personal 
estate not to exceed 1100,000 Chelsea Day Nursery, Children's Home and 
General Hospital. Name changed to Chelsea Day Nursery and Children's 
Home. Chapter 94, Acts of 1894, repealed. 

80. Rutland, town of. May refund its debt. 

70. Sanford Hall, Trustees of, Medway Village. Incorporated. Real and per- 
sonal property not to exceed $40,000. 

241. Sharon, town of. Water supply. May purchase franchise, etc., of the Sharon 
Water Company. Water loan not to exceed $50,000. 

166. Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women. Name changed to Radcliflfe 
College. Real and personal estate not to exceed $2,OoO,0(X). May confer 
degrees on women subject to approval of the President and Fellows of 
Harvard College. 

369. South Deerfield Water Company. Incorporated. Real estate not to exceed 
$20,000. Capital stock not to exceed $50,000. Bonds not to exceed capital 
stock actually paid in. 

277. South Hadley, town of. May use sinking fund for the payment of the loan to 
Fire District Number One of the town of South Hadley. 

289, Southbridge Water Supply Company. May take the waters of Hatchet 
brook. Real and personal estate not to exceed $100,000. Whole capital 
stock not to exceed $100,000, of $.50 par value. 

73. St. John's Chm-ch, in Northampton, Minister, Wardens, Vestry and Proprietors 
of. The. Real and personal estate not to exceed $300,000. 

444. State Fire Marshal. Office established. 

306. Stickney Fund, Trustees of the, Plymouth. Incorporated. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 57 

Chapter 

18. Stone Institute, Newton. Incorporated. Real and personal estate not to 
exceed $100,000. 

• 

187. Stoneham and Wakefield, towns of. May purchase rights, property, etc., of 
the Wakefield Water Company. Water loan not to exceed $60,000 beyond 
the amount to be paid to said company. 

346. Stoughton, town of. Additional water loan not to exceed $125,000. 

240. Swampscott, town of. May expend money for watering its streets. 

192. Trustees of the Museum of Fine Arts, The. Name changed to Museum of (Mne 
Arts. Additional real and personal estate not to exceed f 2,000,0u0. 

512. Wakefield and Stoneham Street Railway Company. May purchase or lease 
any street railway now or hereafter having a location or operating in any 
city or town in which said Wakefield and Stoneham Street Railway Com- 
pany may now or hereafter operate its railway ; or may lease or sell its 
railway property or franchises to any street railway company now or here- 
after having a location in any city or town in which said Wakefield and 
Stoneham street Railway Company may operate its railway or have a 
location or with which said railway may be connected. 

154. Waltham, city of. System of sewers may be adopted. Tax assessment for 
expense ox construction. 

140. Wareham and Plymouth, towns of. Authorized to contribute to the main- 
tenance of the alewife fishery of the Half Way pond and the Agawam river. 

124. Wareham, town of. The Tremont Nail Company may make improvements for 
the introduction and taking of alewives, salmon and shad in the Parker 
Mills pond and the Tihonet pond. 

523. Warren, town of. Pi*oceedings of annual town meeting of April 2 and 9, 
1894, confirmed. 

45. Wellesley, town of. May lease the right to attach electric wires to poles 
owned by said town. 

158. Wendell Phillips Hall Association. Name changed to Wendell Phillips 
Memorial Association. 

386. Winchendon, town of. Water supply. Water loan not to exceed $150,000. 

71. Winchester, town of. Election and term of office of Board of Sewer Com- 
missioners. 

92. Winchester, town of. Sewerage loan not to exceed $100,000. 

395. Woodlawn Cemetery. May purchase its capital stock for cancellation. Not 
to have a capital stock auer said cancellation. Land to be conveyed to the 
city of Everett for park purposes. 

434. Worcester and Mill bury Street Railway Company. May extend its railway 
into the towns of Sutton, Grafton and Northbridge. May increase capital 
stock and issue mortgage bonds 

293. Worcester, city of. May incur indebtedness beyond its debt limit to erect a 
city hall. 

64. Worcester Homoeopathic Dispensary Association, The. Name changed to the 
Worcester Homoeopathic Hospital and Dispensary Association. May hold 
property not to exceed $500,000. 



58 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition of GorporationSj 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 




A. B. Noyes & Co. Cor- 
porfttion, 

A. C. FalrbaDki Com- 
pany, The, . 

A. F. BemU Hat Oom- 
pany, .... 

A. F. Towle & Son Com- 
pany, .... 

A. Jus Johnson Com- 
pany, . . . . 

A. M. Gardner Hard- 
ware Company, . 

A. M. McPhail Piano 
Company, . 

A. M. Richards Build- 
ing Movinff Company, 

A. 8. Lowell Company, 

A. 8. Rogers Shoe Com- 
pany, .... 

A. Storrs and Bement 
Company, . 

A. T. Stearns Lumber 
Company, The, . 

A. W. Clapp Company, 

A. W. Eaton Paper 
Company, . 

Abbott Slipper Com- 
pany, The (for 1898),. 

Abbott Slipper Com- 
pany, The, . 

Abbott's Menthol Plas- 
ter Company, 

Abington Tack and Ma- 
chine Association, 

Abraro FrenchCompany, 

Acushnet Co-operative 
Association, 

Acushnet Mills Corpora- 
tion, . . . . 

Adams & Odell Incorpo- 
rated, . . . . 



1894. 
Fob. 12, 


1893. 
Dec. 6, 


Sept. 12, 


1894. 
Aug. 7, 


Aug. 11, 


Aug. 2, 


Aug. 26, 


July 26, 


Mar. 9, 


Feb. 17, 


June 15, 


Feb. 26, 


Apr. 6, 


Jan. 16, 


Feb. 5, 


Jan. 1, 


Feb. 15, 


Feb. 5, 


Mar. 28, 


Jan. 8, 


Sept. 4, 


Aug. 6, 


Mar. 19, 


Feb. 6, 


Oct. 6, 


July 25, 


May 1, 


6 Mar. 21, 


Jan. 20, 


1893. 
Mar. 13, 


Nov. 17. 


1894. 
May 10, 


June 20, 


May 15, 


June 13, 


May 7, 


May 8, 


Mar. 27, 


May 28, 


May 18, 


Nov. 19, 


Nov. 15, 


June 20, 


Apr. 11, 



35 



$20,000 
15,000 
30,000 

150,000 
15,000 
50,000 

100,000 
8,000 

35.000 ; 

5,000 

80,000 

150,000 
25,000 



7,600 

7,500 

35,000 

15,000 
400,000 

7,600 

500,000 

10,000 



5 

i3 



$8,000 



35,000 



4,000 



42,547 



101,804 



ABBBT8. 



^ 



o 
•a ^ 

So 

•o ». 

a 9 



a 






1 



With 



$1,500 



R. B. 



$2,500 



7,296 



4,000 



94,006 



a $3,162 
1,199 



40,000 



100 



1,000 



7,227 



2,847 

3,000 

605 

10.000 



5 



$16,936 

3,526 

6.360 

66,206 

725 

33,906 

87,S3V 

900 
2,283 

2,200 

124,248 

162,151 
34,152 



9.277 

8,116 

3,281 

6,00(1 
447,R51 

- I 4,06S 

258,696 77,856 

* 

1,060 



a And tools. 



b AcUonmed. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



59 



required by Chapter 106^ Section 54^ of the Public Statutes, 



•T.IOO 
9,488 
47,301 
100,600 
27,4W 
00,147 
47,917 



2,800 

0(^897 

150^457 
0,191 



3,810 

t,084 

1,040 

4,000 
417,297 

&»ias 

IM^W 
U,fiOt 



ASSKTB— >COD. 





5 


• 

• 


1 






§ 


(US 


"-So 


S 




8^ 




a 


1 


II 


s 


A. 


a 


OQ 



a $3,000 



$20,000 



3,000 

098 

2,000 

11,600 

62,1M> 
3,509 



$11,266 



e 1,200 



10,167 
4,000 



526 
<f80S 



2,480 

1,598 
1,703 



2.075 



h.' 



,654 



o 



$30,198 
28,479 
53,551 

243,872 
29,177 
96,155 

149.272 

4,698 
36,447 

10,000 

215,145 

358.882 
41,543 



Liabilities. 



QQ 






3 



15,040 

16,199 

37.154 

24.600 
866,148 

13,215 

596,166 

17,024 



$20,000 
15,000 
30,000 

150,000 
15,000 
60,000 

100,000 

3,000 
36,000 

5,000 

30,000 

160,000 
26,000 



$10,078 

13,479 

15,690 

63,491 

14,177 

39,280 

49,272 

1,698 
1,447 

5,000 

161,335 

60,163 
15,879 



7,500 

7.500 

35,000 

15,000 
400,000 

6,875 

500,000 

10,000 



7,817 



8.699 



2,154 



9,600 
456,037 



127 



t 



7,624 



o 



S' 



•a « 



« 

Q . 

Ki a 

o o 

~ P. 



& 



$120 



30.381 



23,810 

149,229 
664 



023 



10,111 



3,213 



86,673 



$7,852 



6,876 



3,000 



10,403 






$30,198 
28,479 
53,551 

243,872 
29,177 
96,155 

149,272 

4,698 
36,457 

10,000 

215,145 

358,382 
41,543 



15,940 

16,199 

37,154 

24,600 
865,148 

13,215 

596,166 

17,624 



5 Toola, etc. 



c Fixtures. 



d Furniture and fixtures. 



60 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



OS 




^ 




^ 


t» 


3 




So 


o 




Q 



Adams Brothers Maoa- 
factaring Company, . 

Adams Gas Light Com- 
pany, .... 

Adelphi Rink Corpora- 
lion, .... 

Advertiser Newspaper 
Company, . 

yRtna KnlttlngCoropany, 

^Ctna Mills, . 

Agawam Company, 

Agawam Farm Com- 
pany 

Agawam Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Agawam Paper Com- 
pany 

Albertson Marble Com- 
pany, The, . 

Albion Paper Company, 

Allen and Bndicott 
Building Company, 
The, . 

Alien Fan Company, 

Allen Gymnasium Com 
pany, The, . 

A merican BedsteadCom 
pany. The, . 

American Bell Tele 
phone Company, 

American BoltCompany, 

American Casket Hard- 
ware Company, The, . 

American Cigar Com- 
pany 

American Citizen Com- 
pany 

American Collection 
Agency, 

American Dry Plate 
Company, The, . 



1894. 
Feb. 2, 


1894. 
Jan. 22, 


Sept. 25, 


Aug. 11, 


June 21, 


June 4, 


June 14, 


Apr. 18, 


May 10, 


a May 8, 


Apr. 16, 


Mar. 14, 


Jan. 4, 


1893. 
Dec. 18, 


Aug. 16, 


1894. 
July 11, 


Mar. 6, 


Jan. 81, 


Mar. 2, 


Jan. 26, 


May 10, 


May 1, 


July 2, 


May 17, 


Jan. 30, 


Jan. 5, 


Dee. 12, 


Aug. 8, 


Mar. 12, 


Jan. 17, 


Mar. 27, 


a Mar. 3, 


Apr. 27, 


Mar. 27, 


Feb. 26, 


Jan. 9, 


Feb. 19, 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 12, 


Jan. 4, 


Mar. 21, 


Mar. 5, 


June 7, 


June 5, 


May 28, 


May 14, 



3 " 

Is 

- o 

3a 



3' 



$40,000 

17,800 

5,fi00 

30,000 

7,fi00 

200,000 

36,000 

6,000 

200,000 

400,000 

120,000 
60,000 

230,000 
20,000 

52,000 

10,000 

20,000,000 
200,000 

20,000 

75,000 

5,000 

1,000 

20,000 







ASBKTfl. 






Real BsUte. 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

1 

O 


Machinery. 


Cash and Debts 
Receivable. 


$67,500 


with 


real 


estate 


$19,438 


23,077 


with 


R.B. 


$8,777 


6,109 


- 


- 


$4,600 


- 


44 


- 


- 


- 


9,000 


319,882 


- 


- 


- 


6,700 


1,635 


95,000 


$35,000 


60,000 


65,000 


82,137 


22,000 


3,000 


19,000 


14,000 


16,977 


3,600 


3,400 


200 


900 


63 


30,000 


with 


B.E. 


26,000 


62,219 


874,445 j 


6360,000 
24,446 


with 


LAW.P. 


179,670 


126,180 


with 


real 


esUte 


21,147 


206,000 


60,000 


146,000 


182,000 


97,123 


205,554 


with 


B.B. 


- 


41,8X0 


- 


- 


- 


8,000 


2,940 


- 


- 


67,773 


- 


2.666 


- 


- 


- 


6,600 


3,074 


950,984 


- 


- 


6,924 


6,416,732 


120,044 


d 60,195 


09,849 


60,030 


18,004 


- 


- 




/ 6,678 


7,398 


9,600 


3,500 


6.000 


6,200 


33,284 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6.583 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,618 


6,143 



a Adjourned. 

c Dwellings and real estate. 

« And land. 



b And two mills, buildings and maefalaary. 
d Water power. 
/ Tools, etc. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



61 



of Corporations — Continaed. 





A88ST8— Con. 




LL4BILITIB8. 


s « *• 

2*20 


• 

3 

M 

M 

s 

a 
5 


• 

m 

1 
1 

s 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


• 

3 


Capital Stock. 


• 

3 

.o 

& 


• 

1 


Balance Profit 
ana Lose. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

1 


$10,632 


- 


- 


- 


$97,570 


$40,000 


$26,600 


- 


$31,070 




$97,570 


410 


- 


$553 


- 


30,026 


17,300 


44 


- 


19,582 




36,026 


- 


- 


- 


$1,596 


6,240 


5,500 


740 

1 


- 


- 


_ 


6,240 


- 


- 


- 


34,505 


363,427 


30.000 


883,427 


- 


- 


- 


863,427 


17,025 


« 


261 


3.801 


29,812 


7,500 


21,812 


- 


—V 


- 


29,812 


in,7M 


- 


- 


- 


353,981 


250,000 


94,707 


- 


9,224 


- 


858,931 


27,402 


- 


1,530 


- 


80,909 


36,000 


24,047 


- 


- 


$20,862 


80.900 


- 


- 


- 


6.847 


10,800 


5,000 


5,800 


- 


- 


- 


10,800 


114,702 


- 


- 


115,718 


337,699 


200,000 


137,699 


- 


- 


- 


387,609 


125,931 


- 


- 


- 


680,046 


400.000 


197,045 


- 


83,001 




680,046 


82,118 


- 


- 


- 


178,445 


120,000 


23,874 


- 


31,551 


a 3,020 


178,445 


121,247 


- 


- 


- 


606,370 


• 60.000 


221,172 


- 


325,198 


- 


606,870 


- 


- 


- 


- 


246,924 


230,000 


- 


> 


16,924 


- 


246,024 


6.100 


- 


- 


6,085 


23,125 


20.000 


3,125 


- 


- 


- 


28,126 


- 


- 


4,786 


- 


75,125 


52,000 


22,074 


- 


- 


1,051 


75,125 


8,808 


- 


600 


083 


14,950 


9,000 


5,050 


- 


- 


- 


14,050 


1.272,570 


- 


37/)0M31 


- 


45,712,341 


20,000/)00 


3,550,596 


$ 

22,161,745 


- 


- 


45,712,841 


33,587 


- 


2,206 


2,910 


286.830 


200,000 


36,880 


- 


- 


- 


286,830 


5,074 


- 


- 


1,159 


20,204 


19,400 


804 


- 


- 


- 


20,204 


86,648 


- 


552 


- 


136,184 


75,000 


59,184 


- 


- 


2,000 


186,184 


- 


- 


10.746 


- 


16,329 


5,000 


2,976 


- 


6,720 


1,688 


16,829 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 


0,5«7 


- 


- 


5,224 


28,552 


20,000 


8,562 


- 


- 


- 


28,552 



a On improvementa. 



62 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Ck)NDrnoN 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



a 




> 




• 


ti 


g 


3 


«3 

33 


t3 


9 


)^ 


"ii 


•4 

o 


^S 


1 


^ 


2 



* o 

M P* 

S3 



American Fire Hose 
Manufacturing Com- 
panyi . . . . 

American Linen Com- 
pany, . . . . 

American Mica Com- 
pany, .... 

American Net and Twine 
Company, . 

American Optical Com- 
pany, .... 

American Powder Mills, 
The, . . . . 

American Press Associ- 
ation of Massachusetts 
(for 1803). . 

American Press Associ- 
ation of Massachusetts, 

American Printing Com- 
pany, The, . 

American Publishing 
Company, The, . 

American Rubber Com- 
pany, . . . . 

American Steam Gauge 
Company, . 

American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company of 
Massachusetts, . 

American Tube Works, 

American Walt ham 
Watch Company, 

American Whip Com- 
pany, .... 

Ames Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Ames Plow Company, . 

Ames Sword Company, 

Amesburyand Salisbury 
Gas Company, . 

Amesbury Building Cor- 
poration, The, . 



1804. 
Mar. 16, 


1804. 
Jan. 0, 


Nov. 10, 


Nov. 7, 


Not. 0, 


a 


Dec. 20, 


Doc. 8, 


Feb. 21, 


Jan. 1, 


Nov. 16, 


Nov. 14, 


Jan. 8, 


6 Jan. 8, 


Dec. 4, 


Nov. 6, 


Oct. 20, 


dOct. 10. 


Aug. 16, 


Jan. 0, 


July 26, 


May 81, 


June 15, 


Jan. 23, 


June 20, 


d May 20, 


Mar. 23, 


Mar. 6, 


May 26, 


Mar. 20, 


Jan. 24, 


1898. 
Deo. 27, 


Oct. 8. 


1804. 
Oct. 2, 


Mar. 6, 


Mar. 1, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 16, 


Deo. 3, 


efOct. 8, 


July 2, 


/Jan. 2, 



$100,000 
800,000 
100,000 
350,000 
60,000 
300,000 

20,000 
20,000 
760,000 
20,000 
1,000,000 
60,000 

10,000 
300,000 

3,000,000 



AB8BTB. 



600,000 
200,000 
160,000 

60,000 

30.000 



I 

I 



fl 






^.• 






So 


• 


• 


*£ 


a 


a 


"O u 


2 


J9 


a 9 


S3 


» 


2" 


<g 





$360,600 



60,000 



100,780 



84,106 



653,812 



182,287 



140,000 



666,304 



08,600 



62,000 



4,876 



5 

9 9 

-I 



- 


- 


$21,600 


$151,777 


$208,018 


606.400 


- 


- 


1,600 


- 


- 


60,000 


86,000 


74,780 


71,075 


with 


R. E. 


46,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


6,640 


with 


R.B. 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


37,287 


146,000 


126,000 


- 


- 


16,660 


with 


real 


ectate 


with 


R.S. 


010,887 


with 


R.E. 


137,611 


- 


- 


47,600 


with 


R.B. 


37,790 


- 


- 


40,266 


- 


62,060 


- 



•5,749 



5,421 



27,874 



166,806 



848,40S 



202,649 



e 16,000 I 
16,165 { 

13,786 



2,061,742 

4,868 

511.121 

20,185 

800 

472,822 

200«401 



12,302 
40,036 
62,604 

3.817 

2,646 



a No meeting held; report of Jan. 1, 1804. b Special, In place of annual. 

c Notes receivable. d Adjourned. 

e Assets of the Company sold and proceeds distributed to the stockholders by vote. 
/ Should have been held. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



63 



of Corporations — Continued. 



A88BT8~Oon. 


Liabilities. 




• 

•a 

s 

a 


• 

• 

1 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Lobs. 


• 


1 

GQ 
1 

o 


• 

s 


Reserves. 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

1 


$W.7OT 


> 


- 


. 


$43,046 


1 
1 

$100,000 


$13,914 


- 


. 


- 


$113,914 


97,668 


- 


- 


- 


960,169 


800,000 


104,152 


- 


$65,017 


- 


969,169 


24,a20 


- 


$103,818 


- 


157,312 


100.000 


23,855 


- 


33.467 


- 


157,312 


229,730 


- 


- 


- 


486,632 


350,000 


133.160 


- 


2,472 


- 


485,632 


384,315 


- 


32,293 


- 


945,956 


60,000 


2.500 


- 


683,456 


$200,000 


945,956 


56,947 


- 


76,782 


- 


554.483 


300,000 


48.717 


- 


107.728 


98.038 


564.483 


1,093 


- 


- 


$10,186 


46,334 


20,000 


26.334 


- 


- 


- 


46,334 


- 


- 


5,266 


503 


25,104 


20,000 


5,104 


- 


- 


- 


25,104 


922.728 


- 


a 1,000,000 


- 


4,638,282 


750,000 


2,582.571 


- 


1.305.711 


- 


4,638,282 


1.500 


- 


20,000 


6,199 


37,552 


20,000 


17,552 


- 


- 


- 


37,552 


1.008,927 


- 


8,625 


- 


1,880,960 


1,000,000 


257.746 


- 


843,668 


220,546 


1,830,960 


31,942 


♦1,400 


- 


- 


79,177 


50,000 


6.745 


- 


- 


22,482 


79.177 


~ 


•. 


69,700 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


> 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


whh 


caah 


and debts 


- 


612,822 


800,000 


181,461 


- 


100,491 


30,870 


612,822 


8,061,350 


- 


89,156 


- 


4,827,098 


3,000,000 


752,060 


- 


1,075,029 


- 


4,827,008 


67,078 


. 


9,200 


176,314 


500,000 


500,000 


^ 


^ 


^^ 


^ 


500,000 


142.300 


- 


- 


- 


230,736 


200.000 


4,053 


- 


25,783 


- 


230,786 


67,212 


- 


- 


- 


209.636 


150.000 


59,539 


- 


97 


- 


209,636 


19,007 


- 




- 


68,646 


60,000 


- 




8,640 


- 


68,646 


- 


- 


- 


- 


64,696 


30,000 


30,000 


- 


4,606 


- 


64,006 



a Fall River Iron Works stock. 



b Plant, — Lines in Mass. 



64 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of CEuriKicATEa of Condition 



• 


When Certificate was 
Filed. 


Date of Meeting. 


Capital Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation. 


• 
9 

a 
A 

$89,683 


with 


Assm. 






NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 


Buildings. 


Machinery. 


Cash and Debts 
Receivable. 


Ameabury Electric 
Light, Heat & Power 
Company, . 


1894. 
Aug. 11, 


1894. 
July 16, 


$60,000 


R.E. 


$11,879 


$3,348 


Amherst Co-operative 
Creamery A ssodation , 
The, .... 


• 

Oct. 3, 


Oct. 1, 


3,700 


6,200 


$2,000 


$8,200 


1,000 


498 


Amherst Water Com. 
p«ny 


May 2, 


May 1. 


40,000 


- 


4,875 


- 


a 82,479 


8,895 


Andover Electric Com- 
pany, The, . 


Not. 28, 


Oct. 22, 


30,000 


12,898 


with 


R.B. 


i 30,037 
1 b 16.364 


1,642 


Andover Press (Limited) , 
The 


May 26, 


Apr. 9, 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,523 


2,775 


Angler Chemical Com- 
pany, The, . 


Mar. 6, 


Mar. 5, 


1 
10,000 


- 


- 


- 


300 


18,467 


Annawan Manufactory, 


Sept. 8, 


Aug. 7, 


160,000 


41,600 


28,500 


18,000 


49,700 


634 


Appleton Company, 


Feb. 9, 


Jan. 3, 


600,000 


800,000 


100,000 


200,000 


366,181 


204.971 


Appleion Shoe Com- 
pany, The, . 


Apr. 13, 


Jan. 9, 


25,000 


~ 




- 


- 


3,028 


Apsley Rubber Com- 
pany, .... 


Feb. 6, 


Jan. 16, 


100,000 


38,104 


with 


R.E. 


14,236 


83,634 


Archibald Wheel Com- 
pany, .... 


Jan. 19, 


Jan. 16, 


90,000 


12,000 


- 


. 


11,000 


19,S«t 


Arlington Gas Light 
Company, . 


Aug. 26, 


Aug. 21, 


70,000 


70,000 


with 


real 


estate 


7,280 


Arlington Hotel Com- 
pany, The, . 


Mar. 19, 


1893. 
c Oct. 22, 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,728 


Arlington Mills, . 


Feb. 28, 


1894. 
Jan. SO, 


2,000,000 


842,492 


118,065 


729,407 


1,456,978 


804,511 


Arms Manufacturing 
Company, The, . 


Apr. 24, 


Apr. 7. 


10,000 


. 


- 


6,784 


(13,250 


13,389 


A rmatrong Transfer Ex- 
press Company, . 


May 9, 


May 7, 


100,000 


75,866 


20,000 


66,866 


- 


15,002 


Arnold Print Works, . 


Oct. 26, 


e Aug. 7, 


160,000 


761,385 


with 


real 


estate 


2,253,144 


Arthur C. King Com- 
pany, .... 


Oct. 16, 


Sept. 4, 


7,000 


— 


— 


— 


- 


1,793 


Arthur Treat Company, 


Sept. 10, 


May 14, 


9,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,248 


Ashbumham Reservoir 
Company, . 


July 6, 


June 12, 


3,200 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


Ashby Reservoir Com- 
pany, .... 


Juno 16, 


Mar. 12, 


3,600 


- 


400 


- 


- 


- 


a Water works. b Lines, m 


cters, lamp 


« and glolx 


M. 


c Sh 


ould have 1 


been. 


d And tools. 




« Should 1 


lave been b 


eld. 











1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



65 



o/ Corporation* — Continaed. 





AasBTfl—CoD. 


1 
1 


Manufaoturos, 
Materials and 
Stock in Proo- 
eas. 


• 

Oft 

a 


• 

• 
s 

S 
1 

8 

• 

9 


Balance Profit 
and Loaa. 


Total. 


$1,499 


•1.000 


•460 


- 


$107,869 


- 


- 


400 


- 


7,008 


- 


- 


- 


- 


05,749 


480 


- 


436 


$2,052 


68,415 


887 


- 


320 


- 


10.005 


9,902 


- 


- 


- 


28,669 


26,137 


- 


- 


58,224 


176,195 


285,481 


- 


tf 11.480 
19,07S 


- 


1.187,194 


26.925 


- 


1,180 


- 


81,142 


43,910 


- 


1.029 


- 


181.813 


57,802 


- 


- 


- 


99,754 


( A 1,238 
il20 


\ 
\ 


- 


- 


78,608 


/ 5.800 


- 


- 


- 


7,528 


2,480,017 


- 


- 


- 


5,082.998 


14,689 


- 


1.287 


- 


80.300 


- 


• 


n 128,661 


— 


210,540 ! 


i with 0. 
f & D. R. 


1" 


p 123,154 


- 


3.142.683 


9,915 


- 


- 


- 


11,708 


143 


- 


- 


- 


12,301 


- 


- 


- 


2.550 


4,550 ' 


- 


- 




- 


400 



Liabilities. 



o 

2 

CD 






2 



9) 

« 



CO 

2 . 

o 

««« 
n 



5. 




k a 




a2> 




P« 




c'i 


* 


S 2 


s 


s 0< 


o 



$50,300 

8.700 

40,000 

30,000^ 

5,000 

10,000 
160,000 
600,000 

25,000 

100.000 

00,000 

7,000 

2,000 

2,000,000 

10,000 

100,000 
150,000 

7,000 
0,000 

3.200 

3.500 



$52,283 



40,275 

a 22,000 

b 7,775 

3,165 

e475 

3,808 



18,213 

16,105 

515,000 \ 

4,481 

48,012 



\i 



8,000 

162 
618 

4,056 



2,042,011 

3,438 

108,120 
1,844,381 

4,708 
175 

1,360 



/$6,207 
^1,001 



m 25,961 



$5,286 


- 


3,144 


$254 


15,474 


- 


1,607 


- 


456 


- 


1 65,896 


- 


1.661 


- 


10,000 


23,801 


6,754 


- 


7,798 


- 


572 


- 


775,490 

• 


264,597 


11.429 


^ 


1,648,302 


- 


3,216 


- 


- 


- 



$107,869 

7,098 

95,749 

68,415 

10,005 

28,660 

176,105 

1,187,104 

31,142 

181.813 

00,754 

78,608 

7,528 

5,082,008 

30.300 

210.540 
3,142,683 

11,708 
12,391 

4,550 

3,500 



a Booda. b Notea. 

/ Cotton freight. 
) Scrip, 
m Sorplua. 



c Accrued interest. 
g Interest. 
k Dlvidenda unpaid. 
91 Personal property. 



d Insurance. s Wheels, etc. 

h Coal. i Tar. 

I Fomituro and furnishings. 

o Charged off. p Bank stock, etc. 



66 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894, 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 







•gd 


s 

8 


• 


• o 


« 


s 
S 


•S& 




4> 


o o 
5?0 


WhenC 
Filed. 


«i4 
O 


Capital! 
by the 



Asaabet Maonfactaring 
Company, . 

Atherton Machine Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Atherton Paint Com- 
pany, The, . 

Atbol Oaa and Electric 
Company, . 

Atbol Machine Com- 
pany, The, . 

Athol Water Company, 

Atkinson Coal Company, 

Atlantic Cotton Mills, . 

Atlantic Glae Company, 

Atlantic Novelty Manu- 
facturing Company, . 

Atlantic Telegraph Com- 
pany of MasBachnaetts, 

Atlantic Works, . 

Atlas Palp Company, . 

Atlas Tack Corporation, 

Anbam Mills Company, 

Austin C. Wellington 
Coal Company, . 

Ayer Furniture Com- 
pany, The, . 

B. F. Nichols Belting 
Company, . 

B. F. Sturtevant Com- 
pany, . . . . 

B. H. Woodsum Com- 
pany, . . . . 

B. L. Bragg Company, 
The 

B. W. Fellows Machine 
Company, . 

Babcock Varnish Com- 
pany, The. . 



1804. 
May 10, 

June 8 

Dec. 28 

Oct. 18, 

July 16, 
Aug. 16 
Apr. 6, 
Jan. 19 
Aug. 8 

June 25, 

July 7 
Mar. 12 
Mar. 12 
Jnne28 
Jnne 10 

Aug. 28 

Feb. 23, 

Mar. 1 

Sept. 24 

Apr. 12, 

Feb. 21 

July 16, 

Jan. 15 



1804. 
May 9 

Jan. 17 

Oct. 80 

Apr. 3 

June 10 
July 17, 
Apr. 4 
Jan. 8 
July 16 

Apr. 10 

June 27 
Jan. 15, 
Jan. 23 
June 26 
c June 15 

c Aag.21 

({Jan. 17 

Jan. 31 

Sept. 12 

Jan. 6 

Jan. 16 

July 6 

Jan. 6 



$1,000,000 

300,000 

5,000 

25,000 

50,000 
80,000 
20,000 
1,000,000 
15,000 

5,100 

5,000 
400,000 

20,000 
700,000 

85,000 

60,000 

7,000 

40,000 

500,000 

15,000 

40,000 

5,000 

80,000 







ASBKTfl. 






• 

s 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

1 


• 

9 
C 




$478,000 


$00,000 


$388,000 


$558,476 


$660,982 


154,768 


with 


B.E. 


118,737 


78,010 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,897 


8,000 


1,000 


7,000 


a 57,606 


1,275 


21,001 


with 


R.B. 


32,000 


6,802 


248,100 


with 


real 


estate 


2,233 


13,000 


with 


R.E. 


600 


86.016 


- 


- 


494,002 


456,001 


406,894 


- 


- 


- 


11,147 


18.205 


- 


- 


- 


8,600 


1.382 


208,500 


6 82,600 


121,000 


188,500 


T8.611 


- 


- 


400 


16,638 


8,617 


200,000 


74,000 


126.000 


332,347 


484.324 


- 


- 


- 


- 


142 


- 


- 


34,215 


0,036 


20.828 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,808 


- 


- 


- 


17,200 


7.234 


- 


- 


- 


50,001 


328,160 


- 


- 


- 


15,376 


4.322 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31,610 


- 


- 


- 


600 


884 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34,716 



a Mains, etc , both gas and eiectrio. 
c Adjourned. 



b And wharves and docks. 
d Should have been held. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



67 



of Corporations — Continued. 



$1,020,788 

119;87t 

6,217 

225 

2S,3M 

6,189 

86«»196 

18,062 

1,200 



40,007 

4,220 

680,902 

1,402 

21,202 



11,02» 
121,601 

77,966 

1,823 

18,092 



AaasTS — Con. 



-■§2 

Ik 


• 

3 


i 
1 


8>J 




ill! 


»ten 




"3 d 


3 

o 


a 


04 


a 


n 


^ 



LlABILITIBS. 



u 

o 

00 

I 

<• 



Q 



s 



ca 
2 . 

00 



I 



I 






a 



•8.064 



$66,610 



20,811 



a381 



511 



11,856 



^600 



6 6,000 
18,600 



C$20,000 

d 25,000 

« 14,617 



$1,214 



8,118 



275 



4,007 



9,213 



30,716 



22,870 



3,097 



6,768 



$2,685,761 

494,752 

17,660 

67,106 

86^658 

251,849 

58,705 



$ $ 

1,000,000 1,058,065 



800,000 

5,000 

26,000 

60,000 
80,000 
20,000 



1,727,441 ', 1,000,000 



47,404 

6,082 

6,000 

535,018 

82,988 



15,000 

5,100 

5,000 
400,000 
15,000 



1,713,190 I 700,000 j 



41,260 



107,651 



4,900 



43,211 



502,870 



27,706 



100,575 



6,482 



57,665 



35,000 



60,000 



A 4,900 



40,000 



500,000 



15,000 



40,000 



6,000 



30,000 



188,222 
12,650 
88,818 

20,161 
166,625 

80,000 

495,300 

2,761 

961 



123,244 

17,988 

/280,000 
685,060 

6,260 



47,651 



$682,696 



61,580 



8,211 



2,870 



6,485 



63,823 



684 



17,656 



{ ^$48,130 



8,288 

9,389 
4,824 

282,061 
29,648 

21 



ll,n4 



6,221 



5.762 



798 



$T.108 



8,705 



10,000 



$ 
2,685,751 



494,762 

17,659 

67.106 

86,658 

251,340 

63,706 

1,727,441 

47,404 

6.062 

6,000 

636,018 

82,988 

1,718,190 

41,260 

107,661 

4,900 

48,211 

502,870 

27.706 

109,575 

6,482 

57,656 



a Fanitare and flxiurea. b Rights of way over sundry highways, railways and bridges in Mass. 

e SlnUag fond to radaem bonds. d Atlas bonds bought for sinking fund. ^ 

4 ICarket value, sinking fund. / Funded debt, 10-year bonds, due 1901. 

g Surplus. 
A Thirty per cent, of the par valne of stock was returned to the stockholders ; corporation to be dissolved. 



f>8 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1«94. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



m 




<8 




> 




9 


• 


OB 


a 


ta 


V 


*rf 


o 


hi 


^ 


^•s 


O 


vz: 


« 


;^^ 


IS 


^ 


Q 






Bacon Paper Company, 
The, . . . . 

Bailey Weston Com- 
pany, .... 

Baker-Hunnewell Co., . 

Baker's Pond and Drain 
Fishing Company, 

Banister Carley Com- 
pany, The, . 

Banker and Tradesman 
Company, . 



Bankers and Merchants 
Telegraph Company 
of Massachusetts, The, 



Barbour Stockwell Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Bamaby Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Barnard Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Barnard Sumner ft Put- 
nam Company, . 

Barre Hotel Company, 
The, . • . . 

Battery Wharf Store 
Company, . 

Bay State Belting Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Bay SUte Belting Com- 
pany (2d return), 

Bay State Biscuit Com- 
pany, The (for 1893), 

Bay SUte Biscuit Com- 
pany, The, . 

Bay State Brick Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Bay State Coal Com. 
pany, . . . . 

Bay State Co^peratlTe 
(Jreamery Association, 
The, . . . . 

Bay State Cordage Co., . 

Bay SUte Corset Com- 
pany 



1894. 
May 11 

Apr. 11 
June 13 

Feb. 8, 

Aug. 6, 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 2, 
Apr. 18 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 81 
Apr. 6 
June 11 
Nov. 1 
Jan. 16 
Dec. 17 
Apr. 3 
Dec. 6 
Jan. 17 
June 26 

Feb. 12 
Apr. 18 

Aug. 6, 



1894. 
Mar. 14 



Jan. 8 

May 28, 

1893. 
Mar. 81 

1894. 
Aug. 1 

Jan. 27 



1893. 
c June 13 

1894. 
Feb. 1 



Apr. 80 



Oct. 26 



Feb. 16 



Jan. 10 



Oct. 3 

1893. 
Dec. 18, 

1894. 
Dec. 12 

1893. 
Dec. 12 

1894. 
Oct. 30 



Jan. 9 
June 1 

Jan. 6 
Jan. 9 

July 10 



$176,000 

10,000 
30,000 

160 

8,100 

6,000 

20,000 
100,000 

400,000 
8.30,000 
900,000 

26,000 
807,600 

20,000 

20,000 

6,000 

6,600 

800,000 

16,000 

2,600 
126,000 

100,000 



A88XT8. 



a 
I 



9 

•a fc 
So 



&. 





PQ 



$208,126 



90,340 



20,600 



18,000 



480,408 



10,694 



20,694 



836,000 



with 


real 


- 


a $6,600 


$30,277 


60,068 


with 
R.E. 


663.982 


- 


170,467 


3,000 


16,000 


with 


R.B. 


4,663 


6,031 


6,663 


14,031 


with 


real 


- 


8,068 


- 


1,000 


- 


43,818 


200 


- 



a 



5 

-s 

ja 9 



esUte 



$1,126 



M,000 



64,393 

with 
Vld'gs 

877,003 



4,636 



4,636 



(2 8,800 



8.600 



esUte 



1,600 
56,916 

20,000 



$136,946 

14,388 
18,105 



2,199 



6,646 



31,621 



113,645 



18.033 



145,879 



9,202 
26,447 
34,509 

4.343 

8,741 
24,440 

9,364 

300 
S0,3>f9 

89,010 



a On leased land. 

c Should have been held. 



b Type, fnmitare, etc. 
d And teams. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



69 



of Corporations — Contiuued. 



A8BST8— Cod. 



3'ao 



1^1 s 







«« 




• 

m 


(C3 




a 


s . 


5 


a 


•3 


** 




u 


a 


9. 


flTS 


• 


o 


4 a 


•rf 


• 


•^ 8 


«i 




cs ' 


cS 


3 


n 



$107,789 

5,184 
10,670 



7.182 



83,319 
330,394 

00,831 
200,000 



22,6» 

20,763 

074 

1,690 

146»988 

3,000 



03,167 
26,802 



s 

o 



$8,000 



$4,021 


- 


a 219 


- 


6 523 


- 


c 20,000 


- 


- 


- 


3,867 


- 


d 4,000 


$10,682 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,108 


3,001 


- 


- 


4,076 


- 


26,127 



$450,882 

10,701 
46,300 



0,004 
7,646 

20,000 

230,673 

1,037,471 

662,314 

400,746 

41,682 
408,605 

63,201 

86,562 
8,617 

11,080 
506,428 

24,418 

2,800 
236,276 



I 

QQ 



Ck 

6 






$175,000 |$155,15e 

I 

t 

10,000 I 0,720 
80,000 12,180 



150 
8,100 
5,000 

20,000 
100,000 
400.000 
330,000 
300,000 

25,000 
307,500 

20,000 

20,000 

5,000 

6.500 

300,000 

15,000 

2,500 
125,000 



110,190 I 100,000 



126 



1,260 



113,804 
507,000 
117,700 

36,000 

r 16.000 
t <>649 
( 33 

187,000 

17,934 

33,046 

3,617 

4,589 

122,250 

7,445 



111,276 



19,190 



LlABILITIBS. 



t 

m 



2 

9 
O 

•a « 

CQ 



6 
A . 



& 



3 

O 



$300 



$120,723 


- 


71 


- 


3,120 


- 


535 


- 


2,646 


- 


26,360 


. 


48,730 


$81,732 


104,032 


682 


13,746 


60,000 


4,105 


- 


15,267 


10,000 


18,516 


15,000 


84,178 1 


with 
bal. 
P.&L.) 


073 


1,000 


: 


^ 



$460,882 

10,701 
45,800 

275 

0,004 

7,646 

20,000 

280,678 

1,087,471 

562,314 

400,746 

41,682 
408,606 

63,201 

86,662 
8,617 

11,080 
606,428 

24,418 

2,800 
236,276 

110,100 



a Fixture aoeoont. 

d Fnroilnre and flxtarea. 



b Fizturea. 
Interest. 



c Telegraph property. 



70 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 

Abi>tract of Cektificates op Condition 



HAMI 












i 
1 


^ 


1^ 

11- 
1^ 


B« Slits GMCompBn; . 


^iT: 


law. 

oFeb-M, 


$SOO,000 


i 6,030,238 


wub 


real 


eatalo 


(30.8IS 


B*r 8iue HoiiM. Pro- 
priiton at tbe, . 


Feb. U. 


Jan. 30, 


88.800 


11S.00O 


(76,000 


$40,000 




1,320 


Ba; Slats Ice Compui;, 


Jooe T. 


Apr. IS, 


82.000 


20.000 




0.500 


- 


13.431 


Bay eui. Iron Com- 
P«07 


June 27, 


JoneK. 


MS.OOO 




87. 




- 


4,000 


Bay Bute MsUl Worki. 


July IS. 


May ai, 


10.000 




- 


- 


(3,083 


VJM 


B*y Slate Shoe and 
tealher Company, . 


Jan. 13. 


1893- 
Deo. at. 


400,000 


6a,»M 


*llb 


R.K. 


30.138 


482,348 


Bay euie Whip Corn- 






3S,0O0 
26,000 


14,«4 


- 




eaUte 




Bay Btate Wortled Com- 
pany. The. . . . 


Feb. 3, 


ISH. 
Jan. 1. 




Beaoh and Clacrtdge 
Company, . 


Bepl. 8, 


July IS. 


B0,OO0 








*fl,7W 


43.422 


BencDD PnbllahlDf Com- 
pany. Tbo, . . . 


Mar. M. 


Jan, i3. 


«,000 


. 






- 


II.OM 


Baaoon Shoe UaDUfa<»- 


Nov. 1. 


Oct 31. 


26,000 


. 






fl,4M 


1S,I« 


Boattle Zlno Work. 


Apt. IT. 


!Jan. 1, 


10,000 






«» 




3,783 


Bedford Lumber and 
Man ufaolu ring Com. 
Pi«iT 


Oet 1, 


JnneW. 


60.000 


20.730 


■»ltb 


R.B. 


« 37.806 


33,148 


Beebe and Holbrook 


Jan. IS. 


Jm.. 6, 


150.000 


. 




204.000 


100,000 


160.040 


Belchetand Taylor Ag. 
rdoullural Tool Coin- 






W.OO0 
8,000 


a,4oo 

2.000 


400 


24/100 

1,S00 


12,600 
1,400 






Uar. 14, 


,r-,, 


ISl 


Bell Telepboue Com. 


Ool. 13, 


Sept. 11. 


4M,000 








. 




Belrtdere WooHn Man- 
ufacturing Company. . 


Mar. 10, 


Mar. t. 


200.000 


87,278 


-llh 


R.K. 


41,000 


84.416 


BemK and Call Hard- 
ware and Tool Com. 

P'ny 


Jnly 11, 


July e. 


28,400 


33.223 


with 


R.E. 


12.000 


12,43* 


Bennett UannfacKiring 


Feb. 28, 


Feb. 21. 


700,000 


Sll.fttB 


8,7»3 


802.883 


7tJ.Ma 


I04.7&6 


Bent Broibore Company, 


June £2, 


rrMaylO, 


10,000 


- 








2T.6I2 


Beoll Company, Tbe, . 


Jtine K. 


Apr. 2. 


800.000 


300.000 


_.» 


rest 


""'■ 


101,788 



n book! or tbe eomp 

;03 by (3,000,000. 

M. d Bhonld hi 






/ Bin Una land In bwfc. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



71 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets— Con. 


LlABILITlBS. 


■ Co 

S « h 

III- 
Ssass 


, Patent RighU. 

1 


• 

8 
1 

1 

• 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Total. 


■ 

M 
QQ 

3 

P. 

CB 


• 

• 

•s 


1 


Balance Profit 
and Lobs. 


Keaerve for De- 
preciation. 


■ 

3 

o 


♦35,e08 


$25,701 


- 


$5,122,452 


a$500/)00 


b $49,143 


- 


$78,309 


- 


$ 

5,122,452 


- 


- 


- 


$20,&80 


136,900 


86,800 


50,100 




- 


- 


136,900 


- 


- 


c 7,090 


12,610 


62,633 


52,000 


10,633 


- 


- 


- 


62,633 


125 


- 


- 


946,764 


952,225 


948,000 


4,225 


- 


- 


- 


952,225 


19,233 


- 


1,418 


- 


38.7271 


10,000 


13.983 


- 


10,871 


$3,878 


38,727 


645,584 


- 


14,380 


- 


1,224,524 


400,000 


398,118 


- 


327,350 

• 


99,056 


1,224,524 


- 


- 


- 


20,227 


34,711 


25,000 


9,711 


- 


- 


- 


34,711 


38,10T 




- 


- 


88,283 


60,000 


25,288 


- 


2,945 


- 


88,238 


- 


- 


700 


3,673 


16,429 


15,000 


429 


- 


- 


- 


15,429 


7,578 


- 


- 


- 


29,1881 


25,000 


1,483 


$737 


1,500 


468 


29,188 


1,013 


$3,500 


804 


- 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


44,210 


- 


(25,000 


- 


149,903 


50,000 


97,457 


- 


2,446 


- 


149,903 


03,8«5 


- 




- 


548.914; 


150,000 


84,367 


- 


- 


364,547 


548,914 


31,312 


- 


- 


- 


1 
109,483 


50,000 


6,667 


« 


37,216 


« 7,100 
/9,500 


1 109,483 


282 




- 


- 


10,750 


3,000 


6,265 


- 


1,185 


300 


10,750 


145,654 


- 




- 


1 
358,367 


200,000 




158,367 J 


with; 
bal. 


P8cL. 


358,367 


82,138 


2 


4,409 


- 


94,209 


26,400 


4,786 




920 


62,103 


94,209 


347,200 


- 


- 


- 


1,507,183 


700,000 


419,328 


- 


387,855 


- 


1,507,183 


1,213 


- 


- 


- 


28,735 


9 


24,090 


- 


4.045 


- 


28,735 


340.000 


- 


- 


- 


641,766 

1 


300,000 


241,766 


" 


- 


100,000 


641,766 



a Inereaaed on booka of the company Nov. 24, 1893 by $1,500,000. 

b The oblli^tion of the company for $4,500,000 was cancelled under terms of chap. 474 of Acta of 1898, 
&Dd written off the booka of the company Nov. 24, 1803. c Hornes, wagons, etc. 

d Scoek io treaanry. « On buildings and machinery. 

/ Oo buildings on leased land subject to removal. g Paid back, company in liquidation. 



>H 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Certificates of Condition 









l_ 






Attn: 










E 
■ ■ 

1 


t640.»07 
232,760 




1 


1 

•U4.4M 


1 

1 

1^ 


Berkeley Hou« Com- 


I«H. 


18M. 




.„. 


R.K. 
E.E. 




BarkihlreCotWoMaou- 
IiclD ring Company, . 


Oist. 1», 


Oct. 11, 


m.oaa 


U1.374 


Berkrtdre Courier CCB- 

p"y 


Uar. S, 


r. Jan. 30. 


li,«W 






. 


11,«M 


4,m 


BerkehlreCreunetr Co- 


Uar. 14, 


Jan. 0, 


2,300 


1.200 


MOO 


•t,ooo 


700 


, 


HeX & Fo-er Co., 




July 27, 
Apr. 11, 


10,W» 
IS.H» 




1,SS0 


It.Oll 






Ber)[.hlre 0I»> Bud 
Company, The, . 


Apr. B, 


11,264 


Berkshire HUH Co-op. 


June 21, 


Jan. 13. 


2.W0 


1.800 


M» 


1.000 


1,000 




B«rk.bir«OroComp.ny, 


July 12, 


Jnly 11, 


100,000 


2.700 










BerkaUn Overall Com- 




J« 1 


10 000 






- 


a,ooo 

S.MO 


20 30 


Borkahlre Tack Com- 
pany. The. . . . 


Jnly 9 


«Jnne26, 


li.000 


l,»ll 


Berkiblro Water Com- 
pany. .... 


ICay H 


Apr. 20, 


20,000 


8.950 




, 


_ 


1.TOS 


Be*arly BalMlng Auo- 
eUUon, The, . . 


July 11 


JoneSO, 


190.0D0 


».- 


IJ.glB 


I2I,8« 


2T,0IS 


3.Sffl 


BoverlyCo-opeiallveia- 


Feb. » 


Jan. 10, 


8.000 






- 




4,014 


Beverly Oa* and Elec. 
irlc Company, . . 


Aug. 11 


joir II. 


100.000 


40.4M 


with 


E. E. 


1 lafiii 

1 Ml,717 


{ 8.3» 


Blgsloir Carpet Com. 
pi.oy. . . . 


June 20 


U.y 30. 


1,000,000 


35O,S0O 


wllb 


R.E. 


627,11)8 


408,IM 










W.000 


.„. 


K. E. 


10.S4I 

70.SS0 




Blaok Itwk HoUl Com- 










BUIr Camera Company, 


May T 


Jan. 18. 


254,900 


. 


Bl>lr ManaractDrlng 
Company, The, . 


No7. B 


Bept. IS. 


as,ooo 


1 






11.011 


1«.6» 


Blake llannfaetnring 
Company, . . . 


JuDe a 


Jan. 17, 


is,ooo 








3*.72» 


7.W3 


Bleak Honae Aiucla. 
Uon 


Bept. 7 


Sept. 1, 


20,000 


I8/)00 











1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



73 



o/ Corporations — Continued. 





Assets — Con. 








Liabilities. 






•SI'S 

Ml 3 


• 

08 

& 

a 

2 


• 

s 
s 

1 

• 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Lo88. 


• 

a 


• 

M 

1 

I 


• 

5 

1 


f 


Balance Profit 
and Lobs. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

I 


- 


- 


$12,778 


- 


$567,906 


$150,500 


$400,734 


- 


$T.672 


- 


$567,906 


91S2.367 


- 


- 


- 


1,080,937 


960,000 


- 


- 


130,937 


- 


1,080,037 


617 


- 


- 


$2,462 


19,281 


15,000 


4,281 


- 


- 


- 


19,281 


- 


- 


a 400 


- 


2,800 


2,226 


6 75 


- 


- 


- 


2,300 


- 




- 


MOi 


3,082 


1,876 


1.707 


- 


- 


- 


3,082 


3,850 


- 


- 


- 


36,783 


16,700 


■ 


- 


10,000 


$9,083 


35,788 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.600 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,600 


- 


- 


- 


115,959 


118,659 


100,000 


18,659 


- 


- 


- 


118,659 


19,483 


- 


- 


- 


41,773 


10,000 ! 


15,186 
c 1,500 


- 


15,087 


with bal. 
P. &L. 


j 41,773 


1,582 


- 




898 


7,901 


6,000 


2,901 


- 


- 


- 


7,901 


- 


- 


J 38,706 


1,822 


46,686 


20,000 


<r 20,000 

6 6,600 

186 


i - 


- 




46,666 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170,569 


120,500 


41,600 


- 


4,781 


8,788 


170,569 


10.915 


- 


a 500 


- 


16,429 


8,000 


3,884 


/$818 


2,127 


600 
a500 


1 15,429 


1.134 


- 


1,562 


- 


135,028 


92,000 
g 11,800 


i 


- 


31,228 


- 


185,028 


806.834 


- 


- 


- 


2,092,728 


ll, 000,000 

1 


887,025 


- 


667,169 


60,000 
A87,934 


2,092,728 


825 




<163 
j 4,914 


2,166 


19,n9 


15,000 


4,779 


- 


- 


- 


19,779 


- 




it 2,000 


15,839 


54,000 


25,000 


29,000 


- 


- 


- 


54,000 


177,380 


*66,602 


/ 61,677 


64,104 


429.043 


264,800 


174,243 


- 


- 


- 


429,043 


8;»7 




8,450 


- 


40,330 


25,000 


6,697 


- 


3,096 


6,638 


40,830 


12,690 


- 


- 


- 


46.222 


15,000 


30,222 


- 


mm 


- 


45,222 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,000 



a FlztarcB. 
d PlpeB, etc. 
g Special stock. 
) Plant account. 



6 Bills paj'able. 
e Bonds. 

h For fire insaranoe. 
k Hotel fornitare. 



c Dividend declared. 
/ Dividends. 
i Stock account. 



/ $40,000 of this amoant is its own Btock, owned by the corporation. 



^ 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abslract of Cbktificates of Condition 



-I 

St 



11 



BoonColUaUJlli, 



BoTdiT Clly HdKI Cam 
Jorder CII7 Uanatact 



Cmpiny CM rolm 



1,100,000 $M 
1SO,000 : »J,US 
1(0,000 .- 261, 1« 

1,000,000 ': ST9,S9> 



D«. SI, I 

Dflc. 31. 



4I»,00 
lOl.lW 
102,140 

S4fi.im 



828,731 



c4BI,T20 
1(00,000 



Boston BPdProilace 
eiskiniblp Cofupanir. 

Boalon An Campany, . I 

Boalon Rank Note 
LltbognpUc C 



tjnt 



lalon Cab Coinpuy, . 
Hlon Cm Compmy, 



T»,001 

<t,Bn 

41S,I1S 



F<b. IS, IM.OOO I; 114,221 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



75 



of Corporations — Continued. 



$672,843 



240,146 

aoo 

400 



770 



1,525 



48,M0 
61,000 

640,907 

83,826 

11,316 
40,20S 



A88BT8 — Cod. 





a 

s 


• 

• 
s 


Profit 

SB. 




a 

<8 


8-^ 


2 « o a 
aSoQ o 


a 


§ 


alan 
and 


a 


& 


s 


n 



-1 



$27,836 



a 21,313 
6 7,322 

21,318 



(112,000 



d 15,000 



886,784 

/ 1.177 
P 1,307 

1,000 

A 5,400 

1,069 
1,866 

$100 8,050 



848,415 



3 



$1,215 



11,674 



8,035 



47,926 
2,087 

2,917 



41,627 



390,462 
697,500 



$57,201 
2,567,848 

282,473 

273,475 

1,585,595 

24,518 

24,426 

724,008 

73,154 
804,524 

71,103 
10,330 

34,032 

157,125 

274,570 
265.177 

1,548,369 

114,400 

570,094 

50,234 

565,678 
733,500 



Liabilities. 




S 

t 
S 



CO 

o 






H 


for 
lion 




alance 
and L 


cserve 
precia 


• 

-a 

o 


» 


tf 


h 



$30,000 
1,200.000 

150,000 

150,000 

1,000,000 

24.000 

24,000 

500,000 

60,000 
712,600 

70,000 
10,000 

30,000 

7,800 

150,000 
150,000 

1,000,000 

63,100 
250,000 I 
25,000 

150,000 
827.500 



$24,606 
1,131,479 



c 100,000 i 
32,478 ) 

122,039 



124,000 



518 



426 



183,376 



146,508 

1.108 
830 

4,032 

50,000 

5,214 
2,875 

81,964 

42,541 

205.004 
i 115,000 

8,163 

415,678 
405,000 



$2,595 
53,556 



$182,813 



1,436 



812,912 



40,722 



13,154 



15,416 



99,325 

119,356 
112,802 

816,405 

7,846 

26,071 



98,688 



20,000 



200,000 



1,422 



$57,201 
2,567,848 

282,478 

278,475 

1,585,595 

24,518 

24.426 

724,098 

78,154 
894,524 

71,103 
10,880 

84,032 

157,125 

274.570 
266,177 

1,548,869 

114,409 

570,094 

59,234 

566,678 
782,500 



a Fomlttire. 

e Cltlzena' SaTiDgB Bank mortgage loan. 

/ B«Dewal fnnd. 

A Bonds National Exhibition Company. 



b Interest, taxes, expenses, repairs and insarance. 
d Contracts estimated. e And Insurance. 

g Furniture and fixtures. 
i Mortgage on real estate. 



76 



ANNUAL RETURNS OP CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



0) 




> 




s 


• 


s 


a 


3 


«• 

s 


« 


a 


"ii 


o 


1^ 


1 


fr 


Q 



"So 

M O 



Boston Coffer Dam Com> 
pany, . . . • 

Boa ton Co-operative 
Baildlng Company, . 

Boston Co- operative 
Flower Growers Asso- 
dation, The, 

Boston Counter Com- 
pany, • . . • 

Boston Dental Mannfact- 
nrlog Company, . 

Boston Dack Company, 

Boston Electric Coofe 
pany 

Boston Electric Light 
Company, . 

Boston Electric Protect- 
ive Association, . 

Boston Enterprise Man- 
ufactaring Company, 
The, .... 

Boston Fire Brick and 
Clay Retort Manafact- 
nrlng Company, . 

Boston Flintpaper Com- 
pany, The, . 

Boston Forge Company, 

Boston Fresh Tripe 
Company, . 

Boston Fruit Company, 

Boston Furnace Com- 
pany, .... 

Boston Gas Light Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Boston Herald Company, 
The, . . • . 

Boston Ice Company, 
The, . . • . 

Boston Journal of Com- 
merce Publishing Com- 
pany, .... 

Boston Lead Manufact- 
uring Company, . 



May 29, 



1894. 
Apr. 24, 



Mar. 27, Jan. 8, 



Oct. 25, 

Nov. 1, 

July 26, 
Mar. 6, 

Apr. 16, 

Bept. 12, 

Feb. 19, 

Sept. 8, 

Apr. 6, 

Mar. 9, 
June 15, 

Aug. 7, 
Oct. 8, 

Sept. 5, 

Mar. 9, 

June 6, 
June 4, 

Dec. 81, 
Feb. 20, 



Oct. 6, 

Oct. 3, 

6 July 7, 
Feb. 14, 

Jan. 27, 

Aug. 14, 

Jan. 17, 

June 11, 

Feb. 28, 

Jan. 13, 
Apr. 19, 

July 9, 
Sept. 26, 

June 18, 

Feb. 12, 

May 21, 

Apr. 10, 

b Deo. 28, 
Feb. 12, 



$5,000 
800,000 

1,500 

30.000 

$50,000 
350,000 

100,000 

2,000,000 

6,000 

10,000 

140,000 

20,000 
100,000 

22,500 
500,000 

25,000 

2,500,000 

200,000 

300,000 

20,000 
460,000 



5 



$349,881 



70,000 



532,880 



2,000 

171,930 

19,104 
85,844 

1,338,235 



6,994,534 



400,000 



210,000 



A88BT8. 



i 






tf^ 






1^ 

S o 


• 


• 


*£ 


a 
•p. 


a 


Land 
ter 


S 





•§1 

JO « 

S3S 



$830 
with 



with 



with 



with 

4,504 
with 



R.E. 



R. E. 



R.E. 



real 

$14,600 
R.B. 



$«,00S 



2,004 



a $12,288 50,848 



79,465 



5,981 



(/ 1,837,961 



4,700 



estate 



2,275 
/ 61,796 



1,500 



with 



with 



with 



real 



real 



R. A. 



estate 



32,603 
121,104 

c 37,660 

130,553 

1 1.196 
I « 2,188 

4,614 

149,490 

7,158 
17,562 

6,008 
648,112 

33.235 

313,361 



^200,000 131,569 



eeUte 



57,697 



4,000 16,208 



65,000 



166,000 



a And fixtures. 

c Including some uncollectable aooounta. 

€ Book accounts. / And tools. 



b Adjourned. 

d And lines, lamps, etc. 

g Plant. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



77 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Oon. 



• 2 2 

r is a 
%\'^ I 



Cm *- • 

5? 



I 






a 

Out 



• 




8 


I 4 


« 


S^ 


§ 


2"0 
«2 




cs * 


a 


n 



$32,609 

36.614 
153,088 

42,212 

46,406 

5,000 

2,614 



27.033 
28,200 

7,832 
wIthcMh 

23.200 

86.413 



$10,005 



446 



$16,280 



6,081 



6,600 



d 7,355 



«30 



50,000 



178,285 



12,066 

i & ' recciv- 
i debU able 



76,000 



8,865 



o 



$4,285 



8,860 



7,158 



180,164 



80,760 



$5,115 
375,060 

2,004 

06,186 

72,477 
424,567 

108,164 

2,552,802 

15,680 

13,058 

321,420 

56,470 
143,411 

28,305 
1,081,847 

62,602 

7,304,308 

331,560 

721,861 

118,828 
610,204 



LlABtLITIBS. 



M 

2 

OQ 






3 



4> 



OB 

& 



o 

u • 



o 

Q . 

*- S 
o o 

SI 



5 

o 



$5,000 


$115 


210,000 


03,600 


1,500 


- 


80,000 


51,050 


50,000 


22.477 


350,000 


2,580 


00,800 


777 


1,700,000 


511,081 


6,000 


- 


10,000 


1,047 


140,000 


110,500 


20,000 


35,032 


100,000 


30,201 
1 /701 


22,600 


8,788 


500,000 


411,858 



- 


- 


- 


a $18,140 


- 


504 


b $10,010 


- 


- 


$8,578 


- 


16,587 


- 


341,721 


1,355 


8,834 


- 


2,011 


- 


61,020 j 


- 


588 


■ 


12.410 



$5,115 



$50,220 875,060 



2,004 



4,217 



c 63,305 



with bal. 
P.&L. 



25,000 37,602 



2,500,000 
200,000 

« 

300,000 

20,000 
450,000 



261,321 

3,183 

421,861 

08,828 
140,056 



2,022 

with ) 

1,060,480 { bal. \ 

P.&L. 



4,682,087 



78,386 



50,000 



10,838 



06,186 

72,477 
424,557 

106,164 

2,552,802 

15,680 

13,058 

321,420 

56,470 
148,411 

28,305 
1,081,347 

62,602 

7,304,806 

381,560 

721,861 

118,828 
610,204 



a DlTldeod unpaid. 
d Conatraetlon. 



b Sarplua. 

e OfBloe ftiraitore. 



c Guaranty and renoyation. 
/ Sundry workmen. 



78 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 




BoitOD Lighterage & 
TowlngCompany/rhe, 

BMtOD MaDofacturlng 
Company, The (for 

Boston MannfaotTiring 
Company, . 

Boston Marble and Qran> 
Ite Company, The, 

Boston Mirror Company, 

Boston Maslo Hall Asso- 
ciation, 

Boston Oregon Mast 
Company, . 

Boston Parcel Delivery 
Company, . 

Boston Plate and Win. 
dow Olaas Company, . 

Boston Real EsUte As- 
sociation of Boston, . 

Boston Regalia Com- 
pany. The, . 

Boston Robber Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Boston Rubber Bhoe 
Company, . 

Boston School Supply 
Company, . 

Boston Spar Company, 
The, . . . . 

Boston Specialty and 
Toy Company, . 

Boston Stereotype Fonn- 
dry, . . . . 

Boston Storage Ware- 
honse Company, The, 

Boston Terra Cotta Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Boston Theatre, The 
Proprietors of the, 

Boston Thread and 
Twine Company, 

Boston Times Company. 
The, . . ,[ 



1894 
Ang. 


I. 
7p 


Jan. 


22. 


Dec. 


24, 


June SO, 


Apr. 


8. 


July 26, 


May 


8, 


June 20, 


Apr. 


8, 


June 


e. 


Nov. 


27, 


June 10, 


May 


21, 


Apr. 


0, 


May 


2, 


Mar. 


14. 


June 11, 


May 


0. 


Apr. 


». 


Jan. 


12, 


Dec. 


M, 


Nov. 


2. 



1894. 
Apr. 90, 

1803. 
Dec. 18, 

1804. 
Dec. 17, 



June 23, 
Jan. 1, 

June 13, 

a May S, 

May 14, 

Jan. 1, 

Apr. 18, 

Nov. 23, 

Apr. 30, 

May 16, 

Mar. 6, 

Apr. 0, 

Feb. 1, 

May 28, 

Apr. 12, 

Jan. 8, 



$30,000 

800,000 

800,000 

25.000 
100,000 

100,000 
30,000 
60,000 

C00,000 

100,000 
10,000 

300,000 

6,000,000 

26,000 

10,000 

6,000 

10.000 

400,000 
60,000 



Jan. 8, 126,000 
July 26, 80,000 



Oct. 16, 24,000 



ASSSTS. 



a 

m 

73 



$600,000 
643,181 



226,000 



178,774 



161,663 
530,000 



^ 



•§5 



8) 

a 

2 

"S 
PQ 



a 
m 



482,697 



633,000 



- 




♦li.Ml 


with 


real 


esUte 


with 


real 


estate 


- 




700 


- 




10,816 


with 


R.E. 


10,000 


- 


$36,487 


- 


- 


- 


1,873 


- 


- 


166,040 


*" 


- 


272,000 




- 


1,000 


$117,990 


864,707 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 

• 


78,672 


- 


74.010 


- 


- 


- 



S «> 
-I 

3 



126,729 

106,664 

4,990 
46,864 

66,385 

8,804 

2,790 

226,923 

4,808 

3,410 

283,172 

2,668,368 

16,270 

22,302 

10,871 



9,;M7 

08,441 

305 

16,839 

6,743 



a Meeting In lieu of annual. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



79 



0/ Corporations — Continaed. 



A88STB — OOD. 



135 






5 

3 



a 
e 



• 

s 


1. 


2 


cuS 





o 


a 


8«J 1 


1 




3 


n 



LlABII<ITIE8. 





• 

J4 






1 


^. 


• 

1 


1 

OQ 

1 * 


• 


• 

S 

i 


fl a 


Reserve for 
preclation 


H 


1 o 


Q 


« 


CQ 



s 

o 



$720,801 1 

741^0 j 

6,000 
42,566 



withM. 
M.M. 

withM. 
M.M. 



and S 
In P. 

and 8. 
in P. 



29,315 



180,605 



12,542 

S16,fi07 

2,116,400 

14,8»4 

2,000 



18,347 



iM^ns 



17,036 



le$50.483 



5,801 



/ 1,223 
17,529 

15,000 

i ^7,646 



A 11,813 



$7,506 $82,344 

1.447,530 
1,400,351 



10,610 



609 



I 



8,877 



30,700 
100,286 

291.896 I 
36,119 
63,163 

595,403 
40,296 
19,048 



$90,000 

800,000 

800,000 

25,000 
100,000 

100,000 
30,000 
50,000 

600,000 
20,404 
10,000 



024,711 j' 300,000 



$2,844' 



631,276 



659,091 



5,700 



140,000 



5,760 



5,691,758 



5,000,000 



80,260 I 26,000 



26,001 



10,871 



1,000 



10,000 



6,000 



10,000 



491,944 400,000 



100,601 



533,305 



274,624 



26,656 



50,000 



125,000 



80,000 



24,000 



94,871 



17,000 



7,186 



445,501 



17,508 



12,383 



15.001 



4,467 



b $2,500 



16,000 



33,194 



n50,000 



194,624 



2,656 



- 


- 


$12,611* 


a $3,643 


23,647 


a 4,513 


236 


- 


c 60,804 


(2 501 


- 


359 


8,163 


- 


622 


- 


268 


2,533 


1,912 


( with 
< bal. 

rp.&L. 


- 


179,120 


374,160 


200,000 


- 


1,877 


404 


- 


76,944 


- 


12,407 


5,000 


258,305 


- 


" 


- 



$82,344 

1,447,580 

1,490,351 

30,700 
100,236 

291,395 
36.119 
53,163 

505,498 



40,205 
048 
024,711 



I 19. 



5,601,768 

80,260 

26,001 

10,871 

10.000 

401,044 

100,601 

583,306 

274,624 

26,666 



a Oaaranty and inanrance. b Reaerve for Insa ranee of milla and machinery. 

c Balanoe inoome aocoani. d Unexpended balance to repair fire loaa. e Personal property. 

/FLxtorea. ^Bookplate*. A Kilna, tools, etc. {Mortgage. 



80 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



KAMB OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



Boston Tow Boat Com 
pany, . 

Boston Trading and Ex 
port Company, The, 

Boston Transcript Com 
pany, . 

Boston Transfer Com 
pany, The, . 

Boston Veterinary Hos 
pltal, The, . 

Boston Wharf Company 
The, • . • 

Boston Woven Hose and 
Robber Company, 

Bourne Mills, . 

BouvA, Crawford & Co 
(Corporation), . 

Bowenvllle Coal Com 
pany. The, . 

Bowker Fertilizer Com 
pany, . . . 

Boyd and Corey Boot 
and Shoe Manufactur 
ing Company, The, 

Brackett*s Market Cor 
poration, 

Bradford Joint Com 
pany, . . 

Bradford Tarn Mills (for 
1893), . 



Bradford Tarn Mills, 

Bradley FertlUaer Com 
pany, . 

Brainard Milling Ma 
chine Company, . 

Brain tree Wood and 
Lnmber Company (for 
1803) 

Braintree Wood and 
Lumber Company, 

Brant Rock Water Com- 
pany (for 1893), . 

Brant Rock Water Com. 
pany, . . . . 




o 



1894. 
May 9 

May 20 

Mar. 13 

May 17 

Jan. 11 

Feb. 14 

Dec. 22 

Nov. 3 

Mar. 12, 
Apr. 27 
May 2, 

Dec. 7 
Mar. 18 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 9 
Mar. 6 
June 19 
Mar. 6 

Jan. 12, 
Dec. 13 
Jan. 4, 
Dec. 11 



1894. 
Apr. 17, 

Apr. 20, 

Feb. 19, 

May 5, 

a Jan. 8, 

Feb. 6, 

Nov. 20, 
Oct. 22, 

Feb. 20, 

Apr. 18, 

,,Feb. 14, 

Deo. 1, 
Jan. 6, 

Jan. 16, 

1893. 
Jan. 7, 

1894. 
a Jan. 27, 

1893. 
a Dee. 27, 

1894. 
Feb. 6, 



1893. 
Dec. 18, 

1894. 
Nov. 7, 

1893. 
a Dec. 2G, 

1894. 
Nov. 27, 



$1,000,000 

7,000 

60,000 

20,000 

8,000 

600,000 



A88STS. 



s 

I 



s| 



a 
2 

D 



$71,718 



2,166,636 



600,000 : 2ftl,466 
400,000 400,000 



100,000 

40.000i 

600,000 

260,000 

12,600 

i 

6,000 

6,600 

6,500 

400,000 

76,000 

I 

6,ooo; 

6,000 

I 

5,000 
5,000 



16,529 

84,963 

282,914 

60,604 



60,000 
31,772 

184 
600 



2,000 



$68,600 



$3,218 



30,000 



1,656,183 6510,453 



with 
with 



30,776 
with 

with 



with 
5,721 



R.B. 
real 



4,187 
R.E. 

R.E. 



R.E. 

26,051 



159 


25 


500 


100 


2,000 


- 


rith 


R.E. 



o 
a 

1 



$7,065 



23,000 



617 

96,221 
estate 

8,500 

4,000 



63,223 



8,000 



5,500 



6,489 



55,678 



1,000 



1,000 



c 5.500 



c 6,000 






$98,727 

3,733 

14,572 

4,186 

2,547 

367,323 

23S.8W 
76,505 

14,729 

9,430 

656,924 

103,517 

9,482 

5,300 

1,154 

345 



10,000 978,064 



17.796 



1,460 



•Hft 



25 



I 



a Adjourned. 



b And improvements. 



c And mains. 



1894.] 



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81 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assrrs — 


Con. 


1 


iVt 

^ bC.4 

r tf B 


Patent Righli. 


■ 

■ 



S 
S 

1 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Loaa. 

Total. 


$22,897 


- 


$ 

1,025,131 


- 


$ 
1,225,538 


9.606 


- 


- 


- 


13,808 


- 


- 


428 


- 


68,000 


- 


- 


M7.000 


$101 


21,287 


- 


- 


- 


720 


8,267 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,588,576 


453.709 


$1,000 


50,075 


- 


1,086,863 


32,457 


- 


- 


- 


507,962 ' 


127,668 


- 


39,843 


- 


207,269 


10,208 


- 


- 


- 


58.601 


307,258 


1 


- 


- 


1,247,096 


46,650 


< 


- 


17,140 


280,034 


1,716 


- 


8,028 


- 


19,226 


17.605 

f 


- 


700 


- 


26,603 




- 




827 


7.481 


530 


- 


^ 


1,472 


8,845 


159.581 


- 


50,000 


- 


1,247,645 


95,200 


- 


4,000 


- 


204,446 


4,840 


- 


- 


- 


7,493 


3,605 


- 


<;200 


1,842 


7,539 j 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,525 


- 


- 


• 




8,077 



LlABILITIBB. 



GD 

t 




Profit 
u. 


orDe- 
on. 


o 


^s 




II 


^s 


go* 


n 


03 



o 



$ 

1,000,000 

7,000 
60,000 
20,000 

8,000 

600,000 

600,000 
400,000 

100,000 

40,000 

600,000 

250,000 

12,500 

6,000 

6,500 

5,500 

400,000 

75,000 

6,000 
6,000 
5,000 



$84,533 



4,478 



1,287 

267 

461,263 

486,863 
1,752 

107,260 

5,781 

342,407 

30,034 
4,876 
3,507 
1,981 
3,345 
385,473 

59,985 

1,350 
1,539 
2,500 
8,000 



- 


$24,545 


$ 

a 116,460 


- 


1,925 


- 


$8,000 




~ 


c 1,472,813 


- 


- 


- 


91,210 


15,000 


- 


12,870 


- 


(112,000 


142,689 


150,000 




1,850 


- 


™ 


16,873 


728 


" 


« 


462,172 


- 


09,461 


- 


- 


143 




- 


25 


. 


- 


77 


- 



$ 

1,225,588 



13,398 

68,000 

21,287 

8,267 

2,533,576 

1,086,363 
507,962 

207,269 

58,601 

1,247,006 

280,034 

19,226 

26,603 

7,481 

8,845 

1,247,645 

204,446 

7,493 
7,539 
7.525 
8,077 



a And inanranoe. 

d Reaeire for contUigeDcy. 



b Horaea, wagona and good-will. 
6 Horsea. 



c SurpluB. 



82 



ANNUAL RETURNS OP CORPORATIONS. [1894. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OP Condition 




When Certificate was 
Filed. 


• 

1 

o 

1 


Capital Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation . 






A88BT8. 






NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 


i 
1 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


1 

2 

o 


Machinery. 


Cash and DebU 
Receivable. 


BrldiKewater Box Com- 
pany 


18M. 
Oct. 15, 


1894. 
Sept. 15, 


$80,000 


$27,272 


with 


R.E. 


$6,304 


$12,953 


Brldgewater Electric 
Company, The, . 


Sept. 4, 


July 21, 


15,000 


3,234 


with 


R.E. 


10,918 


949 


Brid^waters Water 
Company, . 


June 25, 


aJune28, 


100,000 


10,000 


$500 


$9,500 


7,000 


450 


Brigga and AUyn Manu- 
facturing Company, . 


Mar. 1, 


Feb. 14, 


28,000 


80,000 


with 


R.B. 


10,000 


26,000 


Brigga Carriage Com- 
pany 


Mar. 26, 


1893. 
Deo. 30, 


30,000 


18.000 


2,000 


16,000 


5,000 


28,943 


Brigham Factory Com- 
pany, .... 


June 10, 


1894. 
Apr. 25, 


17,200 


7.000 


with 


R.E. 


1,000 


113 


Brlatol Manufacturing 
Corporation, 


Aug. 20, 


July 17, 


600,000 


184,108 


12,457 


171,646 


540.082 


33,793 


Brockton Co operative 
Boot and Shoe Com- 
pany, The, . 


Feb. 8, 


Jan. 6, 


23,000 


9,450 


4,000 


5,450 


7,850 


20,149 


Brockton Gas Light 
Company, . 


Aug. 22, 


Aug. 14, 


178,500 


- 


" 


49,000 


216,265 


6.792 


Brockton Industrial Cor- 
poration, 


Apr. 25, 


Apr. 10, 


8,000 


8,049 


with 


R.E. 


1,436 


295 


Brockton Real Estate and 
Improvement C o m- 
p*ny 


July 25, 


1883. 
Feb. 7, 


6,000 


^ 


■ 


■ 


/ 


^ 


Brookfleld Brick Com- 
pany, .... 


Oct. 3, 


1894. 
6 Jan. 27, 


10,200 , 


- 


. 


- 


- 


10,200 


Brookllne Artificial Ice 
Company, . 


July 6, 


c Jan. 17, 


1 
40,000 


17,900 


7,636 


10,264 


14,674 


8,215 


Brookllne Gas Light 
Company, . 


Oct. 23, 


Sept. 26, 


1,000,000 


540,932 


with 


R.E. 


(22,388,121 


66,736 


Brookside Paper Manu- 
facturing Company, . 


July 27, 


6 July 19, 


25,000 


4,000 


with 


R.E. 


3,000 


- 


Brown and Simpson 
Company, The, . 


Jan. 80, 


Jan. 16, 


75,000 


- 


- 


- 


5,428 


92,605 


Brown Bag Filling Ma- 
chine Company, The, . 


Aug. 10, 


May 16, 


20,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,500 


380 


Brown Electric Com- 
pany, .... 


Apr. 14, 


Jan. 16, 


11,000 




** 




- 


12,723 


BryAot Box Company, 
The, .... 


Mar. 17, 


Feb. 10, 


6,000 






- 


8,518 


2,499 


Buildings Cleaning Co., 
The, .... 


Apr. 20, 


Mar. 12, 


2.000 


1 *" 


- 


- 


- 


2,564 


Burke Heel Company, . 


Aug. 22, 


July 2, 


15,000 

1 


4,576 


with 


R.E. 


1,965 


8,459 



a Adjourned. 

c Statement of April 1, 1894. 



b Should have been held. 
d And street mains. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



83 



of Corporations — Continaed. 



Assets— Con. 






LlABILinSS. 








Patent RlghU. 


1 Miscellaneous. 

1 


Balance Profit 
> and Loss. 


o 

H 

$79,478 


• 

JM 

1 
t 


• 

5 


• 

s 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De> 
preclatlon. 


• 

1 


$32,940 


- 


$30,000 


$45,400 


- 


$4,078 


- 


$79,478 


843 


- 


a$16,74e 


$1,936 


34.028 


16,000 j 


615,000 
4,028 


1 - 


- 


- 


' 84,028 


c 206^11 


- 


- 


21,239 


244,000 


100,000 


144,000 


- 


- 


- 


244,000 


4S,000 


- 


1,000 


- 


158,000 


28.000 


108,000 


- 


20,000 


$2,000 


168,000 


48,213 


- 


1,210 


- 


101,866 


80.000 


62,076 


- 


9.290 


- 


101,866 


- 


- 


- 


15,687 


23,700 


17,200 


6,500 


- 


- 


- 


23J00 


148,478 


- 


- 


- 


906^466 


600,000 


889,629 


- 


16,827 


- 


906,456 


10,306 


- 


100 


- 


47,854 


23,000 


21,107 


- 


2,608 


1,139 


47,854 


4,611 


- 


0,686 


39,832 


325,035 


178,500 


146,636 


- 


- • 


- 


825,035 


- 




- 


- 


9,780 


8,000 


1,600 


- 


180 


- 


9,780 


1. 


- 


— 


- 


10,200 


10,200 


• 


. 


. 


. 


10,200 


- 




6 4,000/ 
4.560 


16,281 


59,630 


34,000 


26,680 


- 


- 


- 


69,630 


41,226 


- 


11,047 


1,439 


2,991,401 


1,000,000 

1 


1,991,401 


- 


- 


- 


2.991,401 


- 1 


- 


- 


- 


7,000 


1 

25,000 

1 


(2 82,688 




- 


- 


67,688 


62,908 


- 


- 


- 


161,029 


1 

75,000 


85,566 


- 


463 


- 


161,029 


4,500 ' 


$10,315 


- 


2.988 


20,683 


20,000 


683 


- 


- 


- 


20,683 


10,087 

1 


2,780 


1,585 


- 


27,125 


1 11,000 


16,328 


- 


802 


- 


27,126 


3,066 


- 


630 


677 


11,189 


6,000 


5.189 


- 


- 


- 


11,189 


- 


J 


1,070 \ 


- 


4,090 


' 2,000 


2.090 


- 


- 


- 


4,090 


7,068 


- 


- 


- 


17,062 


15,000 


- 


- 


2,062 


- 


17,002 



a Line*, meters, etc. 
(I All due stoekholders. 



6 Bonds. c Mains, service pipe and wells. 

« Furniture and fixtures. 



84 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



a 




^ 




9 

* 1 


• 


«i 


fl 


c 




(d 






S 


O^ 




fl o 




l« 





Si 

O O 

I* 



Burleigh Roek Drill 
Company, The, . 

Burlelgli Tunnel Com- 
pany, The, . 

Batcher Poliah Company, 
The 

Butchera' Rendering Aa. 
Boclation, Co-opera- 
tive, .... 

Butchera' Rendering 
Company of Fall River, 
The, .... 

Batchera' Slaughtering 
and Melting Aaaoeia- 
tion, «... 

Butterfleld Printing and 
Binding Company, 

Byron Weaton Com- 
pany, .... 

C. A. Croaa & Co., Ineor- 
porated, 

C. A. Edgarton Manu- 
facturing Company, 
The 

C. A. Nichola Company, 
The, .... 

C. B. Cook Laundry 
Company, ... 

C. F. Paige & Co., Ineor- 
porated, 

C. H. Dunham Company, 
The 

C. I. W. Maynard Com- 
pany 

C. T. Sam peon Manu- 
facturing Company 
(for 1808), . 

C. T. Sampaon Manu- 
facturing Company, . 

C. W. Mutell Manufaot- 
uring Company, The, 



Cable Rubber Company, 

Calumet Woolen Com- 
pany, . . . . 



18M. 
June 16 



Jan. 18 
May 24 

Oct. 4 

Feb. 21 

July 26 
Apr. 9 
Feb. 9 
June 14 

May 11 
June 1 
Nov. 22 
Mar. 16 
Sept. 7 
Apr. 4 

Jan. 2 
Nov. 17 
July 18 
Jan. 17 
June 14, 



1894. 
a June 9, 



Jan. 15, 
Apr. 21, 

July 11, 



1893. 
Oct. 80, 



1894. 
July 19, 

Jan. 30, 

Feb. 3, 

May 28, 

Feb. 16, 
a May 26, 
a July 9, 
Mar. 7, 
Aug. 9, 
Mar. 14, 



1893. 
Nov. 26, 

1894. 
Nov. 1, 

1893. 
Nov. 7, 

1894. 
Jan. 15, 



June 12, 



$120,000 

60,000 

6,000 

3,000 

20,000 

300,000 

5,000 

400,000 

60,000 

60,000 
20,000 
20,000 
12,000 
25,000 
12,000 

50,000 

60,000 

16,000 

100,000 

300,000 



Assets. 



• 

1 

1 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


i 

a 

2 
p 


Machinery. 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$17,491 


$60,000 


with 


R.E. 


$250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


400 


6,352 


- 


- 


- 


3,000 


1,447 


23,834 


$2,600 


$21,334 


8.648 


2,817 


179,745 


- 


300,000 


12,000 


11,126 


- 


- 


- 


15,087 


2,113 


158,600 


with 


R.E. 


55,000 


70,873 


- 


- 


- 




61,479 
66.897 


* 

29,050 


with 


real 


eatate 


47,925 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,616 

1 


- 


- 


- 


5,500 


2,832 


- 


- 


2,282 


- 


6,688 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20.4S0 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,370 


30,000 


with 


R.E. 


20,000 


214,586 


30,000 


with 


R.E. 


20,000 


186,636 


- 


- 


- 




2,753 


80,000 


- 


- 


38,162 


22,516 


125,000 


35,000 


90,000 


75,000 


43,132 



a Adjourned. 



b Bllla receivable. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUxMENT — No. 10. 



85 



of Corporations — Contiuued. 





Assets — Con. 








Liabilities. 






115 

Ills 


• 

1 

a 

1 


• 

1 

a 
JS 

mm 

i 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

3 

O 

H 


• 

1 

m 

3 
•s. 

3 


■ 


f 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


1 


$24,960 


1 
$90,000 


$22,000 


- 


$154,451 


$120,000 


$1,596 


- 


$22,855 


- 


$154,451 


- 


- 


- 


$9,026 


59,276 


60,000 


9,276 


- 




- 


59,276 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,752 


6,000 


1,830 


$730 




$1,192 


8,752 


2,000 


- 


1,511 


- 


7,967 


3,000 


4,878 


- 


89 


- 


7,967 


1,646 


- 


813 


3,407 


34,065 


20,000 


14,065 


- 




- 


34,065 


11,008 


- 


4,000 


- 


517,909 


300,000 


202,158 


- 


16,811 




617,969 


5,312 


- 


125 


1.280 


23,876 


5,000 


18,876 


- 


- 


- 


28,876 


136,807 


- 


24,000 


- 


446,840 


400,000 


14,050 


- 


81,290 


- 


445,340 


&2,S51 


- 


- 


- 


120,427 


60,000 


a 44,434 
1,244 


s 


14,849 


- 


120,427 


64.766 


- 


8,186 


- 


184,936 


50,000 


51,243 


• ^ 


5,661 


28,182 


184,986 


12,489 


- 


5 80,000 


1,542 


47,647 


20,000 


27,647 


" 


- 


- 


47,647 


135 


- 


- 


12,765 


21.282 


20,000 


1,232 


- 


- 


- 


21,282 


11,365 




- 


- 


20,885 


12,000 


7,806 


«■ 


202 


327 


20,386 


81,011 


- 


- 


- 


51,491 


25,000 


26,088 


- 


403 


- 


61,491 


S1.0Q3 


- 


1,354 


444 


25,201 


12,000 


18,201 


- 


- 


- 


25.201 


38,925 


- 


- 


- 


308,511 


50,000 


178,723 


- 


89,788 


86,000 


803,511 


46,850 


- 


- 


- 


283,495 


50,000 


155,000 


- 


8,657 


69,988 


288,495 


7,838 


- 


2,946 


6,179 


19,216 


15,000 


4,216 


- 


- 


- 


19,216 


28,M4 


- 




4,348 


123,070 


100,000 


23,070 


- 


- 


- 


128,070 


100,887 


- . 


12,925 


- 


356,944 


300,000 


56,944 


- 


- 


- 


356,944 



a Bills payable. 



b Plates, etc. 



m 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



Cambridge Baking Com- 
pany (for 1898), . 

Cambridge Baking Com- 
pany, • . . . 

Cambridge Blectrio 
Light Company, . 

Cambridge Gaa Light 
Company, . 

Cambridge Lyceum, 

Cambridge VinegarCom- 
pany, • . • . 

Cambridgeport Diary 
Company, . 

Oantelo Manufaoiaring 
Company, . 

Cape Ann Anchor 
Works, 

Cape Ann Drop Forge 
Works, 

Cape Ann lalnglaae Com- 
pany, • • • • 

Cape Ann Printing Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Carew Manufaclnring 
Company, . 

Carpenter-Morton Com- 
pany, . . ' . 

Carter, Rice & Co. Cor- 
poration, 

Carver Cotton Gin Com- 
pany, • . . . 

Casfllno Art Company, 
The, . . . . 

Caton Medical Specific 
Company, . 

Cattle Fair Hotel, . 

Central Mica Mining 
Company, . 

Central Mills Company, 

Central Square Wharf 
Company, . 

Century Stove Company, 
The, . . . . 






c: 

a ^ 
»=: 

1894. 
May 21 

July 16, 

Mar. 16, 

Feb. 14 
June 1 

Aug. 7, 

Mar. 20, 

July 6 

Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 

Nov. 2 

May 28 

Mar. 3 

Jan. 20 

July 9 

Feb. 9, 

Nov. 8 

Jan. 22 
Apr. 20 

June 25 
Jan. 23 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 13 






a 

V 
V 

o 
« 
eS 



£•5 

O 



Abbstb. 



ll I 



I 



& 



i 






fcc 






5 o 


m 


« 


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a 


5 


a • 


2 


•8 


S" 


a 


S 



a 

I? 



1803. 
Jan. 18, 

1894. 
Jan. 17, 



Mar. 6, 

Jan. 28, 
May 1, 

July 9, 

Mar. 15, 

c June 20, 

1893. 
Sept. 18, 

1894. 
Jan. 9, 

Oct. 29, 

*May 16, 

Jan. 31, 

Jan. 22, 

c Mar. 6, 

Feb. 6, 

May 2, 



$5,000 

l' I 

5,000 l> - ' - 

!' i 

200,000 • $73,199 I with 



1,000,000 
20,000 

12,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

20,000 

30,000 

6,000 

85,000 

100,000 

800,000 

100,000 

6,000 



Jan. 2, 5,000 

Mar. 27, 27,660 



Apr. 17, 
Jan. 16, 

Mar. 27, 

Feb. 5, 



60,000 
150,000 

60,000 

14,000 



66,143 
21,600 



87,338 with 



12,182 



6,000 



17,000 



82,625 



212,465 



30,000 



69,600 



1,060 



18,000 



with 



. with 



$10,000 



6,000 



with 



with 



48,100 



R.B. 



$766,643 



$600 



600 



25,166 



R.E. 



a 366,600 

i with 
i b'ld'gs 



800 



16,063 



2,640 



48,808 



R.E. (116,365 



R.E. 



7,000 

< 56,000 
20,625 



R.B. 



R. E. 



21,600 



82,641 



6,000 



4,160 



2,600 



40,000 



i.069J 



20,000 



116,942 



2,000 



$4,600 

4,600 

16,066 

I 16«,]47 
6168 

0,213 

79,163 

481 

34.010 

646 

11,460 

4,560 

128,224 

86,181 

381,206 > 
/9S.7651 

06,488 
2,682 
1,160 



8,647 



4,807 



a And pole lines. 
ii And tools. 



b Less dividend paid May 1. 
f Mill. 



c Adjourned. 

/ Notes receivable. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



8 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Ambts— Oon. 



Hi 


• 

1 


III 


tf 

«• 


nil 


1 


s 


& 



9 

2 

a 
S 

1 



$8,514 
2»,M6 

3,922 

99,468 
16,300 



$26,052 



a.: 



2 



Liabilities. 



o 



IS 



3 

9 



s 



Profit 
■a. 


So 


o 


*-3S 


alanoe 
and L 


eaorve 
precia 


n 


tf 



o 



4,448 



741 



74,067 
51,342 
308,766 
71,966 
24,864 
800 



$25,000 



130 



50,641 



7,588 



-i 



1,000 



1,500 



1,881 

« 8,700 
/lO.OOO 



$10,222 



100 



900 



2,600 



6,450 



43.753 



2,631 



$5,000 

5,000 

401,011 

1,007,899 
21,668 

14,883 

180,270 

80,001 

149,865 

53,724 

57,761 

25,550 

325,516 



$5,000 

5,000 

200,000 I 

700,000 
20,000 



138,404 I 100,000 



12,000 
50.000 
25,000 
100,000 
20,000 
30,000 
5,000 
35,000 



$ 

a200,000 

51,448 

3,347 

5 800 
c40 

1,891 
2,804 
2,000 

42,512 

33,724 
4,160 

16,600 
154,266 

36,087 



I ( ^150,000 
1,015,053 ' 300,000 { A 330,400 

163,134 



221,474 

27,446 

8,000 
77,836 

48,750 



100,000 

5,000 

5,000 
27,650 

48,750 



286,079 150.000 

18,000 60,000 

|l 

24,471 ,1 14,000 



20,469 



8,000 



70,729 



$29,568 



304,552 



992 



77.975 1 



$10,000 



<f828 



10,500 



$3,950 



2,867 



10,471 



$5,000 

5,000 

491,011 

1,007,899 
21,668 

14,383 

180,279 



2,001 1,000 80,001 



7,358 



13,101 



i 65,519 



71,474 



1,977 



33,435 



18,521 



- / 



149,865 



53,724 



57,761 



26,550 



186,250 325,516 



- j 188,404 



1,015,058 



50,000 



16,750 



j 40,829 



221,474 

27,446 

8,000 
77,886 

48,750 
286,070 

60,000 

24,471 



a Bonda. b Notea payable. c Accmed rent to May 1, due Harvard College. 

d Rewrve for repaira, tazea, losarance, etc. e Stable, real estate and plant. / Electric plant. 

g Mortgage on real estate, h Notes payable, i Surplus. J Improvement accoant. 



88 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 

Abstract of Certificates op Condition 



NABIE OP CJOEPO- 
BATION. 



00 




at 




^ 




2 




g 


a 




\ 




a 


o^ 


«-i 


e « 


o 


^g 
^ 


1 






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i2. 

o o 
"5.5? 



ii 



.1 



5 
5 



&^ il I 

O 'I « 



• 

«8 






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• 

• 


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5 o 


9 


o 


*£ 


a 


a 


'0 »• 


•o 


J3 


a « 


32 


o 


J- 








ChAce Mills, . 

Chadwick Lead Work^ , 

Chadwlck Plash Com. 
paoy, . . . . 



Champion Card and Pa- 
per Company, 



Chapman Valve Manu- 
facturing Oompanyt . 

CharlemoDtCo-operatlye 
AsaocUtlon, 

Charles E. Harwood 
Company, . 

Charles Perry Mann fact- 
oring Company, . 

Charles River Embank- 
ment Company, . 

Charlestown Enterprise 
Company, . 

Charlestown Gas and 
Electric Company, 

Chase & Company Cor- 
poration, . 

Chase Elevator and Man- 
ton Windlass Com- 
pany 

Chase TurblneManafact- 
nring Company, . 



Channcy Hall School, . 

May 17, 
May 29, 
Nov, 6, 
Nov. ft, 
I Nov. 5, 
Nov. 5, 
July 25, 
Apr. 4, 

a And improvements. 



Chebaoco House Com- 
pany, The, . 

Chelmsford Foundry 
Company, . 

Chelsea Express De- 
spatch Company, 

Chelsea Express De- 
spatch Company, 

Chelsea Express De- 
spatch Company, 

Chelsea Express De- ' 
spatch Company, 

Chelsea Gas Light Com- 
pany 

Chelsea Pottery U. 8., 
The 



1894. 
Oct. 25, 

Mar. 18, 
Jan. 18, 
Feb. 21, 
Feb. 21, 
July 26, 
Feb. 8, 
Feb. 23, 
May 8, 
M^r. 21, 
Feb. 16, 
Mar. 17, 

Nov. 21, 

Aug. 16, 
Apr. 16, 



1804. , I, 

Oct. 28, $500,000 I 

Mar. 8, 300,000 



Jan. 16, 
Jan. 18, 
Jan. 81, 
Apr. 25, 

Jan. 1, 

1893. 
Nov. 1, 

1894. 
Feb. 7, 

Jan. 9, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 24, 

Oct. 17, 

July 21, 
Mar. 80, 

Mar. 5, 

Jan. 10, 

1801. 
Sept. 8, 

1892. 
Sept. 13, 

1893. 
Sept. 12, 

1894. 
Sept. 4, 

July 17, 

1893. 
c Dec. 18, 



26,000 

200,000 

600,000 

6,000 

75,000 

6,000 

1,000,000 

6,000 

600,000 

100,000 

276,000 

87,000 
100,000 

32,000 

16,000 

10,000 

6,000 

5,000 

6,000 



$160,000 



67,765 

222,860 

1,480 

88,000 

1,650 



689,684 



$7,000 
with 



with 

800 
with 
with 
a900,600 



with 



$403,000 
real 



I 



10,000 



b And lines. 



- 


- 


44,780 


with 


100,000 


- 


12,000 


with 


6,000 


2,000 


162,767 


with 


3,631 


with 



R. E* 
1,180 
K* 1£. 
R. E. 



real 



82,241 
B.E. 

R.E. 
4,000 
600 
500 
600 
600 

R.E. 

real 



f wUh 
t bMdg*fl 

estate 
$26,000 
70,678 
124,234 



10,629 
8.706 



estate 
80,000 

47,823 
18,684 



I 



OS 



$22,626 
98,215 

6,940 

161,427 

160,023 

758 

88,773 

5,361 

21,278 

6,483 

38,743 

66,484 

2,841 

83,981 
1.412 



- 


193 


2,000 


10,400 


- 


1,872 




1.92:: 


- 


2.5*3 


- 


3.3o0 


6 276,436 


12,966 


estate 


19 



c Afj^ourned. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



89 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Aarars — Oon. 



A • U 


• 

5 


Sa&l 


^ 


sS ^ 


M 


S m O 




sli: 


CS 


1|8j 


a 




S 


s 


ft* 


$92.1&5 


- 


111,790 


«. 



' 


«A 


• 


83 


s 


2 . 


s 


^S 


a 


o 


^ 


g^J 


o 

s 


11 




ea ■ 


3 


« 



5 

o 



23,386 



49,780 



170,122 



613 



85,607 



6,565 



$20,000 



14 



906 
14,412 

74,000 

19,828 
22,621 



190,260 



880 



2,200 

3,035 
3,035 
3,085 
7,195 
1,574 
2,225 



$8,100 



2,204 



88,100 



a 49 



& 1,305 



20O 

1,000 

20,000 

e 35,548 



6 3,000 



o 

o 

S 

cm 

m 



9 



$60,355 



41,317 



6,130 



485 



178 



6,925 



360,005 



$622,781 $500,000 $68,782 



300,000 



66,326 25,000 



361,739 

766,253 

2,900 

166,809 



200,000 
500,000 
1,890 
75,000 
18,667 1 1 5,000 



921,778 



7,589 



743,789 



620,900 



5,000 



500,000 



190,484 {I 100,000 



818,396 

120,746 
101,412 

56,510 

20,600 

11,037 

5,942 

6,296 

11,045 

453,733 

12,800 



274,500 

37,000 
100,000 

32,000 

16,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

3(>0,000 

10,000 



4,500 

17,841 

04,671 

2,551 

982 

91,772 

9,725 

278,235 

767 

104,232 

54,501 

(243,896 
81,315 

24,510 
8,100 
1,037 
942 
1,296 
5,267 
117,027 
2,800 



LlABIUTIBfl. 



t 

s 




ft . 

SO. o 



$88,243 
65,505 

13,485 

67,068 

246,380 

28 

37 



27,643 



137,957 



22,431 
1,412 



778 
36,706 



$15,756 j $622,781 
360,005 

56,326 

361,739 



17,822 



3,942 



1,822 



1,600 



6,983 29,000 190,484 



30,000 



766,253 



2,900 



166,809 



18,667 



921,778 



7,589 



743,789 



318,896 

120,746 
101,^12 

56,510 

19,100 

11,037 

5,042 

6,296 

11,045 

453,733 

12,800 



a FIztnrM. b Peraonal property. e Patterns, models and elevator account. d And mortgage bonds. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OP CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Cektificates of Condition 



Rubber Compinji, 
Chemical Piper Com- 



s?.V 



Cheetar Caopermllm 
CreiBurr AuoelellOD, 

Cheater Paper Com pur. 
The, .... 

Chealnut Bill Real Ba- 
te I e AaaoolaUDa of 
UerihoroDgb, 

Chloopee Eleclrlo Ugtai 
Chlsopm PellaBnlldlng 



C'blael Edge Hut Loci 



ling Coin- 
lion, ¥ha, 



Noi- 

Utf U, 
Uar- IM, 
Ha; le, 

May e. 



Feb. 2«, 
Ua; 13, 



Feb- n, 
H*r 9, 



»100,«M 


tI3,I»S 


240,000 


. 


wm 


"•■" 


^fiv, 




U.000 


31,374 


ib,m 




8.000 


10,100 


.000 


2,S00 


u.m 


»,000 


26,000 


3i,a)o 


WfiV) 





rn.MO 
$00,000 



10,000 I 

2>,M)« 





S 


- 


•t,»oo 


• 11,233 
380,000 


•ss,«u 


30,000 


UfiW 


41,314 


0,000 


IMM 


10,444 


ft 0,000 


1,100 


ifioo 


MO 


2,200 


1300 


«lth 


R.K. 


25,000 


13.S00 


8,000 

1.021 


1 

(2»,ni I 


wuh 


R.E. 


- , 


- 


400,000 
8,700 


S00,0QO 
10,600 

1,000 

2MH 



t And plant, lliwa and Itaipt. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



91 



of Corporations — Continued. 



AUITS — Coo. 



•oi 






*• 1 


3-5 


J 


• 
p 

S 


Profl 
•a. 


^2« . 


** 


J 


8-2 




S 


s 


and 


s 


£ 


i 


O 



tSflJbM $17,000 



116,064 



41,M7 I 2,500 



83,923 



32,889 



800 



37,706 



325 



875,180 



88,488 



a$16»100 



600,800 



1,444 



d 16,000 



<250 



/360 



10,144 



1,000 



88,029 



I 



::&0 I 6,000 



7,500 


1 
11,000 


- 


460 


47,988 


- 


2,100 


- 



7,900 

iT.0O0 

360 

625 



Liabilities. 



•a 
OEl 



O 



$9,414 



1,407 



79 



622 



$167,629 

647,666 

204,404 

128.980 

136,985 

16,000 

10,087 

4,876 

182,023 

25,000 
31,816 
43,762 
1,938,600 
57,466 
63,998 

9,630 
28,376 
11.993 

6,026 
82.807 
41,489 



Capital 


Q 


$100,000 


$67,629 



t 

9 





i 




o 


P . 




£j 


5| 




O 


*"3 




8h5 


1% 




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and 


|1 
1" 


1 



250,000 



287,872 



90,000 86,864 



26,000 88,856 



60,000 

15.000 

6,000 

8,125 

75,000 

26,000 

10,000 

12,000 

1,000,000 

30,000 

20,000 

8,380 

26,000 

8,600 

6,000 

10,000 

11,000 



73,231 



10,087 



1,250 



65^ 



11,396 

16.641 

468,126 

17.208 

10.081 

800 

360 

2,847 

26 

61,836 

13,873 



$18,328 
c 20,074 



98,683 



$19,684 



$90,000 



14,212 



12,764 



$167,629 
647,666 
204,404 
128,980 
186,985 
15,000 



- I 16,087 



46,466 



9,920 

6,121 

368,786 I 



450 

3,016 

846 



1,431 



6,616 



10,000 



10,000 

AlOO.OOO) 
a8,096i 

10,248 
23,917 



9,540 



11,000 



4,376 
182,023 

25,000 

81,316 

43.762 

1,938,690 

67,466 

63,998 

9,630 

28,376 

11,993 

6,026 

82,807 

41,489 



a One bmidred and alztyone shares company's stock. 

c SnrplQs. d Water rights, water pipes and bydranU. 

* Tools, barrows, etc. / Cans, boxes, tubs. etc. 

h Reserve for guaranty. i Reserve from sale of land. 



h Trustee aoeonnt. 

g Reserve for renewals. 
) Good wUl. 



92 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Cokdition 





• 

OS 






o 


• 




•rf 


bo 




cS 


g 




o 


•04 


NAME OF CORPO- 




1 


RATION. 


S 




a 9 


•5 






OS 



citizen Publlahing Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Cltisens* Building Com- 
pany 



1894. 
June 28 



Jan. 13 



Cltlzena' Oaa Light Com 
pany of Quiney, . . Aug. 7 

City Job Print Company, 
The July 17 

City Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, . Feb. 26 

City Mills Company, . Feb. 27 

Claflin and Kimball — 
Incorporated, . . June 4 

Clarendon Mills, . . Feb. 9 

Clark and Chapman BCa- 
chine Company, . ^. May 16 

Clark-Hutchinson Com- 
pany, .... Mar. 10 

Clark Sawyer Company, 
The Sept. IS 

Clark's Cove G-uano Com- 
pany, .... Oct. 4 



Clement Manufacturing I 
Company, . . ' 



. I Sept. 7 



Climax Manufacturing ! 
Company, The, . . • Jan. 8 



Clinton Oas Light Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Clinton Market Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Clinton Printing Com- 
pany, The, . 

Clinton Wire Cloth Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Coatee Clipper Manu- 
facturing Company, . 

Cobb Stove and Machine 
Company, . 

Cobum and Taylor Man- 
ufacturing Company, . 

Cobum Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Coburn Stationery Com- 
pany, . . . . 



Feb. 21 
May 7 
July 10 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 23 
Feb. 27 
Dec. 7 
Feb. 14 
June 21 



1894. 
Jan. 8, 



Jan. 2, 

July 19, 

Feb. 16, 

Feb. 1, 
Jan. 29, 

Apr. 17, 
Feb. 7, , 

May 9. 

Feb. 14, 

Mar. 6, 

Aug. 16, 

July 9, 

1893. 
Nov. 10, 

1894. 
Feb. 14, 

1893. 
Jan. 17, 

1894. 
May 22, 

Aug. SO, 

c July 28, 

Jan. 17, 

Aug. 31, 

Jan. 1, 

c May 21, 



P 

o 
O I; 

la 



ASBBTB. 



m 

& 



« 




•1 




^u 




«> 




•o ^ 


m 


O o 


6» 


«£ 





•a ». 
a « 


2 

OT4 


«•* 


S 


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0Q 





m 




*» 




.o . 




e o 


• 


Q2 




fl •r* 


M 


■s 

15 


^ 


O 



$6,000 



9,980 1 1 $18,000 



33,000 



1,200 



9,600 



760,000 ,| 160,197 
96,000 I 43,614 



100,000 



$6,000 



with 



19,732 
with 



with 



- I 



50,000 
100,000 

30,000 ! 

100,000 

100,000 

800,000 262,377 i with 

I 

I r 

32.000 |i 28,401 

60,000 

7S,000 137,000 



200,000 

6,000 

400,000 

I 
I 

16,000 I 
26,000 ; 

6.000 
70,000 
12,000 



447,000 



6248.276 



16,024 



60,000 



with 



with 



$18,000 
R.B. 



149,466 
R. B. 



real 



R. B. 



R.E. 



real 



$5,030 

2,000 

a 61,663 

860 

660,406 
37,600 

estate 
4,750 ' 



- ! 



28,697 

160 

9,680 



2,000 
estate 
8,880 
1,916 



6,604 



$2,853 

244 

2,840 

139 

70,305 
168»203 

76,172 

871 



164,414 
132,980 
217,646 

6,616 
401 

2,S» 



800 

412,673 

2,362 

6,063 

624 



4,633 



a Street mains, etc. 



h And $100,813.10 additional, insurance claims. 



c Adjourned. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



93 



o/ Corporationt — Continued. 



AMETa— Con. 






a 

s 



• 

■ 
5 


1. 


9 




S 


S'S 


3 


2" 



o 








Ltabiutibs. 






• 

M 

1 


* 

m 

i 


• 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


Reeerve for De- 
preciation. 


• 


$6,000 


•8.814 


- 


- 


- 


$14,814 


9,080 


10,000 


- 


$264 


- 


20,244 


88,000 


38,410 
|a5,000 


- 


- 


- 


76,410 


1,200 


- 


- 


50 


- 


1,260 


750,000 


899,682 


- 


6,155 


- 


1,155,837 


96,000 


72.000 


- 


90,728 


$40,000 


298,723 


50,000 


89,609 


- 


8,845 


- 


143,544 


100,000 


2,818 


$72,959 


with 


reserves 


175,772 


80,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30,000 


100,000 


276,329 


6 5,353 


- 


5,000 


886,682 


100,000 


46,889 


• 


781 


- 


147,020 


747,100 


87,645 


- 


- 


- 


834,746 


32,000 


45,747 


- 


30,494 


- 


108,241 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,000 


73,000 


74,000 


- 


7.860 


- 


154,860 


200,000 


110,000 


- 


- 


- 


310,000 


5,300 


2,438 


- 


- 


- 


7.738 


400,000 


160,681 


- 


226,798 


20,000 
j (232,626 


839,965 


15,000 


9,207 


- 


2,892 


6,704 


33,863 


25,000 


f, 6,766 
^/6,000 


1 
S 


- 


- 


37,766 


6,000 


84 


- 


940 


- 


7,024 


70,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70,000 


1S,000 


4,525 


- 


255 


- 


16,780 



o Qoeationable clalmB. 

d Reserve for fire inaarance. 



b Bnrploe. 

€ Patterns and flasks. 



c Fixtures. 
/ Mortgage. 



ANNUAL RETDRNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
AbetTaa of CERnFICATES OF Condition 



I. 

i 



Lothar CompaDj, 

OonaDlsat UMIi, . 

OODaDlcnt Mllli (2d g 

CooaDt Bros. & Bngg 
Co 

(JoDRDt HdMI Campuy, 



D«B. it, 
Og(. SI, 



On, 21. 
on. SO. 



Jao. Ti, 
Uar. 6, 



»,D(» 









(io.m 


.,«'™ 


- 


R.Z. 


J8,B» 


«W.000 


with 


»a1 


wUU 


*JM 


•MO 


»1,7M 






800 




/JMI3 


180,«» 


00.000 


100.000 


140,000 


- 






1B.440 


ia,,wt 


IMTO 


W4.6M 


4M,1U 

a.000 


- 






MS.MI 


4I7,BM 


with 


R.K. 


ijo 




- 


K«.007 


S7.aw 


«^ 


9.080 


ii,m 


HI.MS 


40,!0» 


O.0W 


3i.m 


1K.H2 


14.000 


.» 


R. B. 


400 


*)Q,000 


with 


r-1 


-u» 



d RImMc Hoh. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



95 



of Corporations — Continued. 







Assets — 


Con. 




1 




1 
Reserves. t* , 

Balance Profit 5 
and Loss. 

1 


Reser\'e for De- 
preciation. 




Manufactures, 
Materials and 
Btook in Proc- 
osa. 


Patent RlgbU. 


• 

• 

2 
1 

8 

• 

i 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


1 ^ 


CaplUl Stock. 


DebU. 


Total. 


$14,aB9 


. 


. 


- 


$U.326 


$25,000 


1 

$1,277 


-. 


I 
1 

I $18,048 


- 


$44,325 


158,097 


- 


•4,176 


- 


408,020 


350,000 


53,020 


- 


- 


- 


403,020 


45p412 


$12,308 


89,140 


- 


165,422 


100,000 


4,126 


a $1,246 


50,051 


$10,000 


165,422 


40.»5 


10,700 


0,090 


- 


183,251 


100,000 


2.862 


a 1,245 


19,144 


10.000 


133,251 


1T8;»0 


- 


- 


- 


040,176 


600,000 


324.049 


- 


16,127 


- 


040,176 


228 


— 


- 


- 


40,206 


80,000 


611.600 


«■ 


2,906 


1.800 


46,206 


1,200 


- 


- 




79,607 


30.100 


43,066 


- 


6,631 


1 


79,607 


87,1« 


- 


- 


- 


505,715 


300,000 


11,016 


- 


104,699 


- 


505,715 


70,182 


- 


- 


- 


135.748 


25,000 


42.765 


30,000 


37,983 


- 


136.748 


305,U1 


- 


- 


- 


1,222,511 


760,000 


406,715 


- 


66,706 


- 


1,222,511 


812 


- 


150 


$10,105 


18.162 


15.500 


2,662 


- 


- 


- 


18,162 


- 


- 


- 


- 


260,088 


220,000 


36.000 


- 


- 


4,088 


260.088 


- 


- 


- 


- 


419,000 


408,000 


11,000 


- 


- 


- 


410,000 


- 


- 


- 


8,429 


11,656 


8,000 


3,656 


- 


- 


- 


11,656 


- 


- 


12,000 


6,945 


25,647 


17.000 


8,647 


- 


- 


- 


26,647 


187,060 


- 


- 


- 


782,225 


350,000 


430.155 


- 


2,070 


- 


782,225 


108,2M 


- 


■ 


- 


270,208 


110,600 


89,921 


- 


60.682 


- 


270,208 


84,883 


- 


- 


- 


277,347 


110,600 


102,229 


- 


55.518 


- 


277,347 


11,415 


- 


- 


- 


61,549 


48,000 


18,379 


- 


- 


170 


61,640 


1 


- 


c900 


3,745 


18,656 


12.000 


6,656 


- 


- 


- 


18.666 


1 
OOO { 


1 


350 


- 


11,216 


6,000 


2,661 


- 


2,554 


- 


11,215 


1 

W.871 : 


1 


- 


- 


407,081 


150,000 


254,794 


- 


02,287 


- 


497,081 



a Surplus. 



b Bonds. 



c Treasury stock. 



96 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



s 




'Sg 


^. 




<sl 


s 




• 8 


4 

«a 


1 


•gfr 


? 

o 


S 


|5 


as 


o 


ll 




S 
Q 


1 



Conoeoticiit Steam Stone 
Company, The, . 

Consolidation Steamboat 
Company, The, . 

Consolidation Steamboat 
Company, The (2d re- 
tnnij, . . • . 

Constitution Wharf Com- 
pany, • • • . 

Conveyancers Title In- 
snrance Company, 

Conway Co-operative 
Creamery of Conway, 
AlLass*, • • • • 

Co-operative Store Com- 
pany, The, . 

OordaviUe Woolen Com- 
pany, • • . • 

Cordis Mills, . 

Corey Leather Company, 

Cor win Wilde Co., The, 

Cotocheset Company, . 

CotUge City Gas and 
Electric Light Com- 
pany, The, . 

Cottage City Water 
Company, . 

Courier Publishing Com- 
pany, .... 

Cowell and Hall Manu- 
facturing Company, 
The, .... 

Craig ft Richards Gran- 
ite Company, The, 

Craighead & Eintz Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Criterion Knitting Com- 
pany, . . • . 

Crocker Harness Com- 
pany, . . . • 

Crocker Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Crompton Loom Works, 



1894. 
Apr. 25, 

Feb. 14, 



Dec. 11, 
Jan. 25, 
Feb. 2, 

Feb. 8, 

May 1, 

Feb. 23, 
Mar. 6, 
Dec. 24, 
May 12, 

Aug. 8, 

Aug. 14, 
Nov. 21, 
Aug. 6, 



June 28, 


May 


28. 


Mar. 


w, 


Apr. 


25, 


Feb. 


16, 


May 


11, 


Feb. 


17. 



1894. 
Feb. 8, 

1893. 
Oct. 7, 



1894. 
Oct. 4, 

Jan. 22, 

Jan. 8, 

Jan. 26, 

Apr. 23, 

Jan. 25, 
Feb. IS, 
c Nov. 24, 
Jan. 23, 
July 14. 

June 27, 
Aug. 1, 
July 19, 

Jan. 10, 
Apr. 20, 
Feb. 24, 
« Apr. 13, 
Jan. 17, 

May 9, 

Feb. 6, 



$10,000 
11,500 

11.600 
400,000 
200,000 

8,500 

2,000 

50,000 
120,000 
50,000 
20,000 
30,000 

25,000 

80,000 

8,800 

16,000 

20,000 

250,000 

10,000 

77,000 

100,000 
550,000 



Assets. 



2 

i3 



«i 






^.• 




• 


^1 


i 




*£ 


S 


a 


•o ». 


•o 


JB 


J* 


"S 

o 


s 

a 



$400/)00 



4,874 



27,000 
18,500 



30,350 



5,000 



142,876 



5,000 

87,708 

10,000 

11,468 

200,000 
128,869 



.0 • 

« e 

•on 

S « 

O 



- 


- 


$12,575 


with 


R.E. 


^ 


$426 


$3,940 


1,250 


with 


R.B. 


17,727 


with 


R.E. 


20,000 


- 


- 


d 1,135 


with 


real 


esUte 


- 


- 


13,000 


with 


real 


estete 


. 


6,556 


1.700 


- 




5,000 


- 


- 


67,498 


with 


R. B. 


13,600 


with 


R.B. 


5,889 


with 


real 


estate 


with 


R.E. 


66,472 



$1,821 



150 



02,722 



17,817 ) 

al76.00O \ 

635.000) 



2,280 

2,154 

43,367 

106,275 

74,084 

23,800 



1,102 
1,965 
6,489 

18,665 

41,SB3 

76,161 

500 

8,782 

58,626 
250,890 



a Mortgages. 

d Furniture and fixtures. 



b Bank stocks. 



c Statement of Oct. 31, 1804. 
Adjourned. 



1894."1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



97 



of GorpwaJtions — Continued. 



■ So 

« ■ la 

a — 
w a 



12,000 



1,171 

1,400 

25,358 
24,086 
00,370 



1,143 



2,M1 



26,801 



65,075 



AB8IT8 — Con. 







.• 


• 

s 


• 

9 

S 


Proft 

BB. 




1 


83 


fl 


o 


5*0 


5 


** 


J59 


«8 


•S 


« * 


Oi 


!^ 


« 



43.342 



- 


- 


$1 


- 


800 


- 


- 


$^.278 


i,4n 


• 


M08 


- 


/1.251 


- 


- 


- 



13,6M 



4,500 



01,603 



"•'•« ImIm! ^^ 



- I 1,120 



87,803 I 
229,547 i $40,000 



0,055 



B.lnP. 



27.177 



I 



$16,106 



450 
650,000 
228,817 

10,561 

8,722 

118,462 

170,661 

174,580 

28,800 

80,360 

83,850 

144,881 

5,480 

83,027 
82,684 



Liabilities. 



2 



O 






I 



•Ss 



^ s 



S 



$10,000 
11,500 

11,500 
400,000 
200,000 

3,500 

1,860 

50,000 

120,000 

50,000 

16,000 

80,000 j 

25,000 

80,000 

6,800 

16,000 
20,000 



$5,606 



200 



200 



150,000 



338.735 I 250,000 



77,766 



10,000 



102,713 77,000 

I 
|: 

346,420 100.000 

I I 
I 

715,608 ,, 550,000 



3,680 
ClOl 

80,307 

704 

122,365 

6,706 

i 18,000 
1,016 

2,122 

j 64,602 

2,000 

17,027 

63,404 

84,022 

48,740 

26,713 

131,603 
60,881 



d$152 



$500 



27,047 

8,622 

408 

21,072 j 

5,343 

A 2,224 



1,088 



a $870 



1,211 

7,583/ 
tf 3,500) 

^44,604 



6,649 



0,190 



4,713 



4,600 



14,517 



114,736 



o 



$16,196 
11,700 

11,700 
660,000 
228,317 

10,661 

3,722 

113,452 

170.651 

174,680 

20,706 

40,916 

83,859 

144,831 

8,800 

33,927 
82,684 

338,735 
77,766 

102,713 

346,429 
{ 715,598 



a MlteellAneoiis. h FlztureB. c DivideodB nnpaid. d Bdacational fond. 

« BeMire for depredation of bollera, etc. / Tax acconnt. g Guaranty and renovation. 

A Balance nadlTided proftta. i Mortgage. ) Bonds, unpaid notes and billa. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Certificates of Condition 









■a 


Asnra. 




h 

a* 




Si 
1= 


1 


1 


1 


Croiby 8 tenia Oige »nd 


,Sfi,. 


aJauais, 


(100,000 


•70,JM 


tl2,4U 


£(81,818 


(48,101 


(18,828 


CrMonD Boi Coaipsny, 


Jan. 11, 


Jan. 8, 


Hfiod 






- 


c 10.030 


IVIT 


CriiUl Kmaiy Whsel 
Compuzy, Tie. . . 


Ang. T, 


M.y IB. 


30.000 






- 


8.600 


4,867 


"'ffi.sr""'""'. 


Jan. a», 


1883. 

dOci.aB. 


li,000 


2,396 


,nb 


R. E. 


I.T47 


1,102 


Cry>l8l Ullli Con.p»Dy, 


July SI. 


eOrt. 28, 


i/M 


2,3»4 


with 


R.K. 


1,818 


T»0 


CryiUiapringBlenohlDg 
sod DyalDg Company, 


Mar. fl. 


IBM. 

Feb. 98, 


100,000 


06,U>0 






00,600 


11,14. 


Comni'.ngtOD Coopor*- 
tin Cf e»m«y AwhI. 
bUod, Tbe, . 


Ool. 8, 


Sept. 31. 


2,500 


3,336 


uo 


3,086 


603 


S,8«« 


Compiiny, . 


Mar. 18. 


Fob. 1!, 


100,000 








16,000 


»4,4T8 


Currier Telephone BoLl 
(;oiiipBny, The, . 


Mar. B. 


Jan. 26. 


w),ooo 








»0 


^oo2 


CurlLind Pope Lumber 


Apr. 17, 


Jan. 17. 


140,000 


4S,900 




8,000 


. 


138.SW) 


Compmy, . 


Feb. IB, 


Jan. •. 


100.000 


104.000 


M.MO 


«^ 


82.000 


28,110 


Cntlet Compiny, The, . 


Fab. 0. 


Jan. 16, 


100.O00 


»,017 


-111 


R.R. 


17,488 


61.043 


CollerLyomnod Flew, 


Feb. 12, 


Jan. II, 


80,000 


22,821 


.U 


B.E. 


34,561 


81,838 


Cottar Tower Company. 


May 31, 


Maya. 


M.000 










33,111 


D.A.KKtooCDinpuir,. 


May 8, 


Apt. 11, 


7,000 










1,020 


D.&L. Blade Compsoy, 


Feb. II, 


Jan. 10, 


100,000 


40,500 






- 


2a,en 


D.D.WhlUBhooCom- 


Aug. n. 


July 10, 


20,000 






6,423 


10,6T3 


4,640 


D. OlrDuard Company, 
TUB 


Feb, 2T, 


Feb. fl. 


12,000 








1,600 


11,87* 


D. B. Brtgbam Com- 

P"r. Th 


May *. 


Mar. 11, 


M.OOO 




- 


- 


- 


BOB 


D. L. Page CoiDpany, . 


May 11. 


Apr. 18, 


11,000 








/10,*46 


>,«H 


Compooy, The, . 


eapLM, 


Sept. 17, 


100,000 


100,000 


«U, 


R.E. 


60,000 


3M80 


D.S.McDooalilCompaDy 


Dee. 4. 


Sepl. *, 


116,000 


,126,»2 


»llh 


real 


eataio 


4,8*3 


D. 8. Qulrfc Company, 




^Th. 


5,000 
6,000 


- 


- 


- 


T,»0 


8,181 


K^ly Ne«. Company, 


Ang. S, 


I8M. 
June 18, 


6.K8 


Daily Nen-i 1'uWl.hing ' 
Company, The, . . llay IB, 


May I, 


16,«0 


8.000 


- 


- 




*jm 



f Tcwta and Hiturea. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



99 



of Corporations — Continued. 



ABBST8~Con. 


LlABILITIBS. 


Manufacturea, 
Materlala and 
Stock In Proc 
eaa. 


• 

t 

1 


• 

• 

9 

s 

1 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Loaa. 


Total. 


1 

Capital Stock. 


• 


• 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Loaa. 


Reaerve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

3 


$100,541 


$7,605 


$12,234 




$329,162 


$100,000 


$15,085 


. 


$214,077 


_ 


$320,162 


9,022 


- 


- 


- 


35,769 


24,000 


9,557 


- 


2,212 


- 


35,769 


5,907 


3,000 


- 


$17,290 


87,644 


26,500 


11,144 


- 




- 


37,644 


M77 


- 


- 


608 


7,829 


5,000 


2,329 


- 


- 


- 


7,329 


407 


- 


a 51 


1.339 


6,800 


5,000 


1,800 


- 


" 


- 


6.800 


25,nS2 


^ 


1,130 




172,106 


77,708 


61,234 


- 


15,622 


$17,542 

• 


172,106 


- 




393 


- 


8,197 


2,500 


8,335 


- 


1,862 


500 


8,197 


2S,000 


4,000 


4,202 


69,994 


145,675 


100,000 


46,675 


- 




- 


145.675 


^800 


899,500 


- 


- 


406,302 


400,000 


- 


- 


6,392 


- 


406,302 


126,885 


- 


3,059 


- 


814,574 


140,000 


174,574 


- 


- 


- 


814,574 


80,142 


- 


- 


- 


250,252 


100,000 j 


c 142,364 
160 


- 


- 


- 


242,514 


68,645 


- 


4,080 


- 


180,248 


100,000 


72,267 


- 


- 


7,981 


180,248 


20,710 


- 


1,127 


1,889 


142,540 


90,000 


52,540 


- 


- 


- 


142,540 


18,209 


26,003 


- 


- 


78.403 


20,000 


58,403 


- 


- 


- 


78,403 


8,472 


- 


2,700 


- 


7,192 


7,000 


- 


- 


192 


- 


7,192 


34,268 


- 


19,048 


- 


122.497 


100,000 


22,497 


- 


- 


-' 


122,497 


3,501 


- 


132 


1,722 


25,891 


20,000 


5,891 


- 


- 


- 


25,801 


1,616 


- 


- 


- 


15,022 


12,000 


2,754 


- 


59 


209 


15.022 


45,149 


- 


a 3,416 


. 2,064 


51,527 


50,000 


1,527 


- 


- 


- 


51,527 


2,000 




- 


- 


22,059 


12,000 


1,483 


- 


8,566 


- 


22,059 


126,206 


- 


- 


- 


301,386 


100,000 


41,136 


- 


60,250 


100,000 


301,386 


4,540 




1,300 


- 


136,185 


115,000 


8,913 


- 


9,272 


3,000 


136,185 


- 


- 


15,743 


1,065 


24,005 


5,000 


19,095 


- 




- 


24,095 


495 


- 


- 


- 


14,071 


5,000 


2,842 


- 


6,729 


- 


14,071 


906 


- 


d 10,000 


2,950 


26,458 


15,000 


11,458 


- 


- 


- 


26,458 



a Fixtures. 



b Bella. 



c To its treaaurer. 



d Leaae of machinery. 



100 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Comditiok 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



5 

8 

«a 

« 
a 9 



a 

9 
O 

o 

9 
*•> 



-So 

-I 



A88KT8. 



I 



Dalton IngeraoU Com- 
pftDy, . . . ■ 

Dalton Shoe Co., . 

Dalzell Axle Company 
(for 1893), . 



Dalzell Axle Company, 

Damon Brick Company, 

Damon Bafe and Iron 
Works Company, 
The, « • « • • 

Dana Hardware Com- 
pany, . . • . 

DanleU Cornell Com- 
pany, The, . 

Dan vers Co-operative 
Aasociation, 

Dan vers Co-operative 
Union Society, • 

Danvers G-as Light Com- 
pany, ■ . ■ . 

Danvers port Rubber 
Company, The, . 

Dart Express Company, 

Davis and Fnrber Ma- 
chine Company, . 

Davis and McLane Man- 
nfactaring Company, . 

Davis Chapln Company, 
The, . . . • 

Davis Coast Wrecking 
Corporation, 

Davis Company, The, . 

Davis Sulphur Ore Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Davol Mills, . 

Day and Jobson Com- 
pany. The, . 

Deane Steam Pump 
Company, The, . 



1884. 
Mar. 2, 

Sept. 7, 

Jan. 9, 

Oct. 18, 
Apr. 27, 

Apr. 2, 

Oct. 25, 

Mar. 24, 

Apr. 4, 

Mar. 9, 

Jan. 20, 

Aug. 10, 
Sept. 24, 

Feb. 9, 

Jan. 19, 

Jan. 16, 

June 16, 
Apr. 24, 

Apr. 24, 
June 19, 

Feb. 20, 

Feb. 14, 



1894. 
Feb. 6, 

Aag. 6, 

1893. 
Oct. 7, 

1894. 
Oct. 6, 

Jan. 10, 



Feb. 26, 

Sept. 20, 

Jan. 20, 

Jan. 10, 

Jan. 90, 

Jan. 8, 

July 9, 
Aug. S3, 

6 Jan. 24, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 1, 

May 28, 
Jan. 15, 

Jan. 30, 
May 7, 

Jan. 1, 

Jan. 25, 



$125,000 
50,000 

80,000 

30,000 
80,000 

37,500 
150,000 

75,000 
2,600 
5,500 

20,000 

10,000 
10,000 

400,000 

10,000 

11,000 

50,000 
50,000 

15,000 
400,000 

24,000 

300,000 



$36,845 

10,000 

10,000 
15,758 



S,820 



^ 



go 

g« 



a 

n 



« 

s 



$6,500 

2,000 

2,000 
11,950 



21,788 


with 


9,216 


with 


112,736 


with 


7,000 


with 


41,607 


with 

• 


120,SOO 


24,200 


93.168 


with 



$30;M5 

8,000 

8,000 
8,808 



6,800 



with R. E. 



real 



real 



R.E. 



R.E. 



real 



96.000 



a $7,000 
88,821 

10,000 

10,000 
11,836 

80,981 



estate 



estate 



66,000 



c 7,547 



58,486 
estate 



285,100 



R.E. 



95,162 



8(4 



$Ti,oe2 

190,833 

28,099 

30,728 
7,608 

76,1«2 

78,722 

186,218 

2.415 

1.8M 

1,389 

6,257 
1,880 

328,4tt 

4.296 

17,470 

10.211 
7,141 

89,422 
76,802 

34,616 

189,621 



a And tools. 



b Adjourned. 



c And merchandise. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



101 



o/ Corporations — CoDtiDued. 



A88XT0— Cod. 



O ■ fa 



I 

S 



p 

8 
I 

I 

3 



8 . 



S 



o 



$101,487 

86;ho 

8,000 

8,000 
8,800 

70,887 

144,301 

00,820 

M18 



S,280 



88,060 



4,883 

iOO 
13,900 

12,008 
U4,S10 

31,482 

168,026 



$15,000 


a $8,500 
63,669 


i - 


- 


3,032 


- 


8,000 


62,000 


- 


- 


6,684 


- 


- 


e66 


- 


- 


) d78 
i«1^2 


$i,»w 


- 


462 


- 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


6,600 


- 


- 


200 


- 


- 


784 


- 


- 


900 


8,802 


- 


94,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 



$206,608 
232,868 

66,099 

68,728 
46,934 

281.330 

223,023 

289,972 

4,298 

7,649 

24,019 

18,758 
11,890 

694,264 

26,848 

22,608 

69,931 
72,410 

61,490 
691,112 

66,078 

496,966 



Lt4BIUTIE8. 



o 

B 

QQ 

3 



5 

« 



t 



«4 



s 

o 

o 

"a* 

m 



u a 



3 



$126,000 
50,000 

30,000 

80,000 
30,000 

37,600 

160,000 

76,000 

2,600 

6,600 j 

20,000 

10,000 j 
10,000 

400,000 

10,000 

11,000 

60,000 
60,000 

16,000 
400,000 

24,000 

300,000 



$76,639 


. 


$6,060 


176,561 


- 


6,807 


20,800 


^ 


6,299 


21,714 


- 


7,014 


12,831 


- 


4,103 


126,167 


- 


62,628 


61,482 


- 


- 


169,972 


- 


- 


66 


- 


998 


1,081 
/ 1,018 


- 


- 


1,047 


- 


2,972 


8,690 
^5,000 


. 


63 


1,686 


- 


- 


18,668 


- 


160,706 


16,343 


- 


- 


11,608 


- 


- 


4,268 


- 


16,668 


22,410 


- 


- 


26,987 


- 


9,668 


278,668 


- 


17,644 


84,207 


- 


7,871 


181.864 


- 


64,002 



$6,160 



8,691 



6,000 



760 



306 

A 10,000 
< 6,000 



$206,606 
282,868 

66,009 

68,728 
46,934 

231,'330 

228,028 

289,972 

4,298 

7,640 

24,019 

18,768 
11,890 

j 694,264 

26,343 

82,608 

60,981 
72,410 

61,490 
691,112 

66,078 

406,966 



a FlztnrM. h Pattoros. 

d Foniltar* aod flzinrM. e 122 ftharM capital stock. 

g M oilfags oo mllL h BmI eatato. 



e One ehare capital stock. 

/ Mortgage and accrned Interest. 

< Tools. 



102 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates or Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



a 




^ 




s 


M 


1 


a 


1 


?-s 


o 


1^ 






5 



as 



Dedham and Hyde Park 
Gas and Electric Light 
Company, . 

Dedham Lumber Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Dedham Water Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Deniaon Brothers Com- 
pany, • . • • 

DenniiOQ Manufacta ring 
Company, . • 

Dennlaport Flahing 
Company, . 

Derby, Kilmer & Pond 
Desk Co 

Dickinson Hard Rubber 
Company, . 

Dighton Furnace Com- 
pany, • • « . 

Dighton Manufacturing 
Company, . 



net 
Cc 

\lgh\ 
Coi 



Dighton Stove Lining 
>mpany, • ■ 



Donahoe*a Magazine 
Company, . 

Dorchester Gaa Light 
Company, . 

Dorchester Hygeia Ice 
Company, . • 

Dover Stamping Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Drainage Construction 
Company, . • • 

Draper Brothers Com- 
pany, . . • . 

Draper Machine Tool 
Company, . 

Drapery fixture and 
Wood Carving Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Dresser Manufacturing 
Company, . 

DriscoU and Baton Man- 
ufacturing Company, . 



1894. 
Jan. 13, 


1894. 
Jan. 10, 


June 16, 


May 29, 


June 11, 


Jan. 8, 


Apr. 28, 


Mar. 27, 


Apr. 12, 


Apr. 10, 


Jan. 10, 


1893. 
Dec. 21, 


Nov. 3, 


1894. 
July 16, 


Mar. 16, 


Jan. 10, 


May 17, 


Feb. 21, 


Mar. 20, 


Mar. 1, 


Mar. 22, 


Jan. 10, 


June 12, 


Apr. 4, 


Mar. 9, 


Feb. 7, 


Dee. S, 


Oct. 30, 


Apr. 25, 


Jan. 27, 


Oct 4, 


July 26, 


Mar. 6, 


Feb. 6, 


June 19, 


May 28, 


Mar. 9, 


Feb. 13, 


July 27, 


July 10, 


Deo. 29, 


^Nov. 6, 



$100,000 
8,000 

100,000 

100,000 

1,000,000 

60,000 

160.000 
40,000 
70,000 
18.000 
25,000 
S5,0Q0 

400,000 
60,000 

800,000 
20,000 

200,000 
60,000 

10,000 
86,000 
86,900 



I 



$7,666 



18,900 

90,000 

216,468 

1,000 



14.817 
41,600 



17,000 



660,368 

19,280 

116,682 



20,000 



5,000 



Absbt*. 



^ 



S o 
5 



J 



ft 

a 
2 





9 

a 
2 



with 



$^900 



with 
60,917 



8,985 
with 



with 
c 6,996 



with 



1,000 



a $500 
12,000 



R.B. 



R.B. 



real 



12,234 



-1 



R.B. 



11,800 



4,000 



$37,318 



-) 



106,672 



18,076 



84,187 



9,000 



2,500 



estate 



81,271 

(f 6,469 i 
« 84,884 { 



16,667 



19,068 



4,176 



h 10,686 



8 g 



$2,067 

ft 2,184* 
10,660 { 

2,418 
61,166 



417, 



183 
58.660 
18,315 
2A,M9 
10,616 

0.716 
18,U8 
25,252 

6.464 

/l]a,808 

20,961 

170,290 

7,688 






188 



S5,7» 



a On leased land. b Mortgages on real estate. e Artesian wells. d And tools. 

e And dies. / Including shares of stock. g Adjourned. A Lasts, patterns, diet, els. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



103 



of Corporations — Continaed. 



A88KT8 — Oon. 




Liabujtixs. 




11- 

llli 


• 

S 

1 


• 

m 
a 

i 

S4 


Balance Profit 
and Loaa. 


• 

1 


• 

3 

1 


• 

1 


• 

i 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


Beaerve for De- 
predation. 


e 

1 


•1.758 


^ 


•4.T27 


•66,094 


•109,209 


•100,000 


•0,209 


- 




- 


•109,209 


15,021 


- 


( 02,200 
} 5163 


- 


80,667 


8,000 


22,223 


- 


•344 


- 


80,667 


- 


- 


c 182,802 


• 


208,620 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


3,620 


- 


208,620 


6^283 


- 


2,008 


- 


219,899 


100,000 


116,064 


- 


1,226 


•2,110 


210,899 


694,087 


- 


- 


- 


1,272,826 


1,000,000 


261,686 


- 


21.190 


- 


1,272,826 


- 


-! 


d 10,600 
6,724 


{28,800 


62,749 


60,000 


2,749 


- 


- 


- 


62,749 


82,848 


" 


6,670 


- 


221,070 


160,000 


28,798 


•42,272 


- 


- 


221,070 


17,9U 


" 


- 


- 


80,284 


40.000 


28,956 


- 


6,378 


10,000 


80,284 


86,440 


- 


10,042 


87,048 


166,686 


70,000 


95,685 


- 


- 


- 


166,686 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,600 


18,000 


1,600 


- 


- 


- 


10,600 


18,272 


- 


8,010 


- 


46,104 


26,000 


18,814 


- 


2,790 


- 


46,104 


« 20,000 


- 


- 


- 


88,163 


81,000 


6,300 


- 


- 


- 


86,800 


3,770 


- 


146 


- 


680,641 


400,000 


18,042 


- 


175,599 


- 


680.641 


/ 


- 


7,760 


0,290 


70,011 


00,000 


10,011 


- 


- 


- 


70,011 


127,094 


•*,ooo 


10,880 


- 


468.162 


300,000 


146,262 


- 


- 


21,900 


468,152 


• 


14.471 


. 


28,427 


63,849 


20,000 


48.849 


- 


- 


- 


68,840 


06,800 


- 


- 


- 


281,667 


200,000 


36,681 


- 


46,026 


C with 
I bal. 
<P.&L. 


\ 281,66T 


90,660 


- 


2,800 


6,120 


67,877 


60,000 


7,8n 


- 


- 


- 


67,877 


4,449 


2,000 


- 


6,803 


17,997 


10,000 


7,997 


- 


- 


- 


17.997 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,188 





- 


- 


188 


- 


188 


8,708 


- 




11,882 


66,960 


80,900 


20,060 


- 


- 


- 


66,960 



a Teama. h Intereat and inaarance paid in advance. c Plant. d Three veMela. 

t Pnhlleatlon Donahoe*a Magazine. /Not figured, g Paid back ; no buslneae except renting honaea. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Cedtificateb op Conditioii 





•100,000 


.„.«. 


wllh 


1 


X 


u 

H 
P 


Driren Unton let Com- 
PUT.Th 


lau. 


lau. 

Apr. a. 


real 


.MMe 


H4.20T 


I>1idt<TFHdmil.Goni. 
P"/. Th 


y>r. le, 


9 Bier. 13, 


20.000 










68,107 


DndUr Ulll>, . . . 


Oet. »1, 


>Oct.S4, 


100,000 


00.008 


wUb 


re*l 


eeuu 


i.Tn 


Dddmui » Ooodall Co., . 


Ap'. », 


Mer. 91. 


48,000 










11,811 


DDDaa Latbet Uinn. 
hetoriog OompMj, . 


July ii, 


MV 8, 


IIKVWO 


. 




•8.000 


•1,000 


110,«U 


DauDB Lviwam BurnD, 
The, ... . 


Oet. ». 


Feb. 14, 


1,000 










800 


DD[«al TooDi OptliKl 


AOB. S, 


Joly 10, 


18,000 




•100 




T,UO 


10,«7« 


DnriMldlli. . . . 


KoT. M, 


Out. as. 


800,000 


«s,ooo 


108.000 


176,000 


400,000 


100,401 


D 


oMbsr Tempi. Con- 


Feb. U, 


Jan. n. 


100,000 
1,100.000 


88,100 

1,000,000 


with 
800.000 


B. B. 

800,000 


10,000 


17,044 


itIbM UuafisIariDg 
OompmEj. . . . 


Joir ». 


Jol, », 


«I,S01 




rkce Compmnf , The, . 


J.O. JO, 


Jen. 1, 


ao.ooo 


. 




. 




4,888 




A. Whltoef Com- 
P"! 


June 18, 


oM»r. a. 


86,000 








-1 


M,>IT 1 
».14<! 




ud A. H. Bileballai- 

Compiny. . . . 


Jmi. 10, 


Jw. 3, 


800,000 


48,000 


Kith 


B.K. 


80,707 


141 .070 




ADtbon; h SoDii Td- 


Ju. S», 


Ju. W, 


80,000 








8I,«6 


M.1S0 




B. Horn Compinj, 
The 


M.r.M. 


Mer. 24, 


18,000 


- 








io.aa 




B. Tlakhim Bhoc 
Oompinj. . . . 


Jnn.ai, 


Her. 17, 


10,000 








2A00 


T,«n 




D. Jone* aod Bom 
Oompuir, . . . 


Jane 4, 


Si.y 80, 


80,000 




88,000 




0.000 


"■™ 




a. Hlgglni Co , 


M.J 8. 


Feb. S7, 


20.000 


- 


- 


- 




81.488 




e. CUpp Bnbber 
Compuir, . 


Ja»U, 


Jane IS. 


200.000 


M.TOT 


T,000 


21.107 


S8,l»8 


88.000 




Com "'^"'^ ''^ 


M.r !1, 


Jm>. as. 


tfioo 








1,000 


4.U0 




HoHiTd Witob ind 
ClMk Comp«n J, The, 


Feb. *T, 


Feb. K. 


800,000 


T»,BTO 






OT.048 


148,408 




nrtng Compmny, The, . 


D.e.M, 


Dee. t. 


200.000 


84.000 






41,101 


IBJM 






Feb. T, 


Ju. IT. 


80,000 


M.808 


4,000 


18,8« 


M.780 


S4,84a 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



105 



of CorporatUmt — Continned. 



AsBBTB—Con. 


Liabilities. 


-"So 

5 IB O 9 


Patent RighU. 


• 

m 
a 

OS 
3 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Lose. 


• 

a 

o 


• 

M 

1 
3 

t 


• 

1 


• 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Lon. 


Referre for De- 
predation. 


■ 

1 


a$13»032 


- 


2)$37,500 


$4,101 


$209,830 


$100,000 


$109,830 


- 


- 




$200,880 


4,834 


- 


c 2,000 
(18,000 


j 


70,131 


20,000 


87,027 


- 


$13,104 


- 


70,131 


30,675 


- 


- 


16,949 


150,009 


100,000 


50,000 


- 


- 


- 


150,009 


43,704 


- 


- 


- 


55,022 


45,000 


9,231 


- 


- 


$791 


65,022 


169,861 




- 


- 


290,474 


100,000 


183,067 


- 


7.407 


- 


290,474 


- 


- 


700 


- 


1,200 


1,000 


100 


- 


100 


- 


1,200 


7,816 


- 


4,063 


- 


29,997 


14,000 


8,074 


- 


2,923 


5,000 


29,997 


138.758 


- 


« 110,951 


4,500 


1,228,611 


500,000 


- 


/$716,111 


12,600 


- 


1.228,611 


22,481 


$5,000 


- 


- 


118,528 


100,000 


13,492 


- 


- 


- 


118,492 


419,820 


- 


- 


- 


2,113,121 


1,200,000 


42,000 


- 


871,121 


- 


2,113,121 


22,874 


- 


- 


- 


27,212 


20,000 


6,649 


- 


568 


- 


27,212 


34,307 


- 


- 


- 


04,460 


35,000 


24,209 


- 


5,261 


- 


64,460 


244,335 


- 


- 


- 


461,112 


300,000 


78,948 


- 


82,164 


- 


461,112 


2,n5 


- 


( a3,187 
(A9,800 


i - 


65,656 


50,000 


10,233 


~ 


6,423 


- 


65,656 


10,050 


- 


- 


- 


21,772 


18,000 


8,292 


- 


- 


480 


21.772 


2,635 


- 


- 


8,825 


16,327 


10,000 


6,827 


- 


- 


- 


16,827 


15,818 


- 


5,000 


- 


98,744 


60,000 


86,204 


- 


2,540 


- 


98,744 


22,513 


- 


2,008 


- 


58.994 


20,000 


38,682 


- 


312 


- 


58,994 


68,243 


- 


- 


- 


221,155 


200,000 


1,025 


- 


20,130 


- 


221,156 


8,400 


- 


- 


- 


13,900 


9,000 


1,900 


- 


2,500 


600 


18,900 


3n,«7 


- 


- 




712.833 


827,500 


288,686 


- 


101,647 


- 


712.833 


194,068 


- 


2,888 


- 


414,340 


200,000 


131,882 


- 


62,594 


20,864 


414,840 


65,404 


- 


< 7,768 


- 


158,153 


5<>,000 


71,356 


- 


36,797 


- 


158,168 



o And Ice tools. b Teams Included. c Horses, wagons, etc. d Side track privileges. 

€ No. 2 weave alied, engine No. 1, Improvements No. 1. / Surplus. 

g FttrnlBhlPfS. h Type, etc. i Patterns. 



106 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894, 



Abiftract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 




it 

o 



B.T.Cowdrey Company, 

B. W. Noyes Oompaay, 
The, . . . . 

Eagle Cotton Gin Com- 
pany 

Eagle Mill Company, . 

Eagle PnblUhlng Com- 
pany, The, . . 

East Boston Company, . 

East Boston Dry Dock 
Company, . 

East Boston Gas Com- 
pany, . . . . 

East Cambridge Land 
Company, . 

East MonnUin Water 
Company, . . 

Eastbampton Gas Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Eastbampton Robber 
Thread Company, 

Eaton, May and Robbins 
Paper Company, 

• 
E d e s ICannfacturlng 
Company, . 

Edison Electric Illumi- 
nating Company of 
Boston, The, 

Edison Electric Illnmi- 
n a ting Company of 
Brockton, The, . 

Edison Electric Ilinml- 
n a ting Company of 
Fall River, . 

Edison Electric Illumi- 
nating Company of 
New Bedford, The, . 

E d s o n BCanofactnring 
Company, . 

Educational Publishing 
Company, The, . 

Egremont Co-operative 
Creamery Company, 
The 



a Out of Bute. 
d Adjourned. 



1894. 
Jan. 22, 


Oct. 


12. 


June 


1. 


BCar. 


8. 


May 


21. 


June 19, 


Apr. 


18. 


Feb. 


24, 


Feb. 


19. 


Sept. 


8, 


July 


28. 


June 20, 


May 


1. 


Mar. 


1, 


Apr. 


23, 


Apr. 


9, 


Deo. 


6. 


Oct. 


4, 


Feb. 


17, 


July 


8. 


Feb. 


8. 



1894. 
Jan. 17, 

June 4, 

May 22, 
cJan. 1, 

Mar. 19, 
May 7, 

Mar. 6, 

Jan. 24, 

Jan. 10, 

Aug. 14, 

July 18, 

June 19, 

dMar.21, 

Feb. 7, 

Feb. 8, 

Mar. 8, 

Oct. 17, 



1898. 
Not. 3, 

1894. 
Feb. 6, 



June 80, 



I 



Jan. 1, 



$60,000 

26,000 

66,000 J 
20,000 

10,000 
866,781 

100,000 

220,000 

256,600 

4,000 

80,000 

400,000 

86,000 

25,000 

3,000,000 

100,000 

160.000 

160,000 
6,600 
6,000 

3.500 



AaasTS. 



^ 


ii 


^ 


II 


H 


•fU 


^ 


•a k 




J* 



a $10,000 
21,800 



796,811 



100,000 



229,067 



11,786 



66,000 



18,800 



6,601 



711,149 



62,670 



29,209 



1,600 



I 

3 
m 



a 

S 



- 


- 


$8,781 


- 


- 


600 


$1,600 


6 $20,200 


8,891 


8,000 


- 


8,000 


- 


- 


6,000 


with 


real 


Citato 


with 


real 


estate 


182,800 


- 


- 


600 


11,286 


26,989 


- 


- 


66,000 


- 


- 


17,066 


1,760 


4,761 


8,702 


272,235 


488,914 


843,441 


16,883 


86,787 


e2,4M 


17,209 


12,000 


113.719 

« 9.669 

/ 1,868 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,800 


- 


- 


8,760 


100 


1,500 


800 



P 



$24,408 

T7S 

SS,888 

• 

12;846 
69,988 

8,000 

28,888 

464 

280 

1,675 

197,806 

4,518 

6,707 

185,817 

18»581 

8,590 



17,079 
6,078 



b And engine, boilers, etc. 
s Motors. 



c Should have been held; doing no basinees. 
/Meters. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



107 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets— Con. 


LlABILITIXS. 


-"So 

2 « p 

«2oo • 


• 

-a 

1 


• 

m 


1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

1 


• 

M 

1 

OQ 

1 


• 

1 


• 

s 

t 

« 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

5 


$35,218 


- 


$1,000 


- 


$69,857 


$60,000 


$18,910 


- 


$447 


- 


$09,357 


15.915 


- 


a500 


$12,878 


30,560 


25.000 


5,560 


- 


- 


- 


30,660 


M,400 


- 


- 


- 


178,983 


56,000 


21,288 


- 


101,696 


- 


178,983 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


20,000 


6,400 


- 


- 


- 


26,400 


1,068 


- 


- 


- 


19,438 


10,000 


3,803 


- 


1,586 
64,546 


- 


19,438 


- 


- 


- 


- 


866,244 


865,781 


c252) 
d21li 


- 


- 


- 


866,244 


- 


- 


- 


52,000 


160,000 


100,000 


60,000 


- 


- 


fc 


160,000 


11,857 


- 


38,n8 


- 


808,055 


220,000 


826 


- 


87,229 


- 


308,055 


- 


- 


- 


125,4U 


258,678 


25^600 


2,178 


- 


- 


- 


268,678 




- 


- 


i,750 


5,030 


4,000 


1,080 


- 


- 


- 


5,030 


eii 


- 


- 


- 


41,011 


30,000 


5,000 


- 


6,011 


- 


41,0U 


138,509 


- 


- 


- 


459,964 


400,000 


7,209 


- 


27,766 


$26,000 


459,964 


18,243 


- 


7,181 


4,618 


68,840 


35,000 


33,840 


- 


- 


- 


68,840 


9,984 


- 


- 


- 


25,874 


25,000 


- 


- 


874 


- 


25,874 


74,818 


/208,S75 


1,274,947 


462 


8,383,304 


2,075,800 


^1.257,504 


- 


- 


- 


3,833,804 


2,848 


19,000 


183,167 


- 


283,268 


100,000 1 


« 100,000 
49,262 


■- 


- 


88,996 


288,268 


4,801 


- 


- 


- 


167,736 


188,360 


15,042 


- 


18,334 




167,786 


• 
17,000 


. 


- 


• 


88,870 


6,600 


2,082 


- 


29,000 


1,297 


88,879 


8,000 


- 


250 


- 


21,078 


5,000 


15,042 


- 


1,036 


- 


21,078 


- 


- 


100 


1,000 


8,500 


3,500 

1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,500 



a Fomltare and fiztnres. 
d No. 5 dlTldend scrip. 



b Undivided profits. 

« Bonds. /License. 



c Unpaid dividends. 
g Including bonds. 



108 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1H94. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



3 




^ 




S 


te 


ot 


a 


o 


«3 


s 


s 


® . 


^ 


^•8 


o 


«^ 


o 


^^ 


"i 


^ 


Q 



Bleetric Cigar Company, 

Electric Light and Power 
Compaov of Abington 
and Rockland, The, . 

Electric Lustre Starch 
Company, . 

Elizabeth Poole MUla, . 

BUlott Lamber Com- 
pany, . • • • 

Elliott Paper Box Com- 
pany, • • • • 

Ellis Foundry Company, 

Emerson Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Emmons Loom Harness 
Company, . 

Empire Laundry Ma- 
)hiD 



ohinery Company, 

log! 

Company (corpora- 



Engraver and Printer 
apany i 
Hon), The, . 



Enterprise Publishing 
Company, . 

Essex Company, . 

Essex County Building 
Company, . 

Essex Leather Company, 

Essex Manufacturing 
Company, . • 

Essex Steam Mill Com- 
pany, • . « . 

Eureka Ruling and Bind- 
ing Company, 

ETenlng Gazette Com- 
pany, The, . 

Everett Cycle Company, 

Everett Herald Publish- 
ing Company, 

Everett Mills, . 

Everett Piano Company, 

Everett Woolen Com- 
pany, . . . . 



1894. 
Feb. 27 



Oct. 17 

June 25 
Nov. 12, 

Jan. 22 

Feb. 10 
Mar. 15 

May 8 

Mar. 8 

May 8 

Oct. 19 

Apr. 7 
May 81 

May 9 
Feb. 23 

June 25 

Aug. 24 

Oct. 81 

June 14 
Nov. 27 

Aug. 4, 
June 7 
Aug. 20 

July 8 



1894. 
Feb. 5, 



July 25, 

June 12, 
Oct. 80, 

Jan. 8, 

Jan. 15, 
Mar. 8, 

a Feb. 10, 

Feb. 28, 

Feb. 7, 

Mar. 28, 

Jan* 22, 
May 29, 

Apr. 2, 
a Feb. 6, 

May 15, 

Apr. 25, 

July 18, 

Jan. 28, 
Oct. 1, 

b 

June 6, 

a Aug.20, 

aJunell, 



■Si 

mm O 

&^ 



$20,000 

75,000 

7,600 
100,000 

10,000 

10,000 
15,000 

225,000 

40,000 

10,000 

5,000 

10,000 
500,000 

170,000 
10,000 

5,000 

14,800 

15,000 

80,000 
10,000 

7,000 
700,000 
100,000 

40,000 



I 

1 






$95,000 



2,500 



85,200 



20,000 



8,118 



800,000 



$28,527 



with 



with 



with 



1,979 



500,000 



with 



with 



ft 

a 

B 
m 



a 
2 
8 



- 


- 


- 


$72,507 


real 


estate 


R.E. 


- 


- 


2,894 


$655 


1,995 


R.E. 


12,250 


18,021 


14,428 


- 


7,650 


254,500 


. 


R.E. 


2,548 


- 


200 


- 


6,040 


- 


4,080 


- 


2,000 


R.E. 


210,000 


- 


7,698 


- 


8,892 



s 

• « 

I' 

1^ 



$8.»9 

83,889 

8,687 
2^406 

6,066 

4.704 
9,865 

ia,s<i 

27,688 
104,382 

2,812 

8,626 
464.706 

434 
2,198 

1.856 

3.707 

8,856 

3,600 
8,308 

1,120 

388,945 

19,658 

1485 



a Adjourned. 



b Not h«ld; statemeot of July 18, 1804. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



109 



oj Corporations — Contiuued. 





AssBTS — Con. 








LlABIUTIlB. 






"O 6 

• si 
ill! 


• 
o 

2 


* 

m 
a 

s 

a 

a 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

'3 


• 

1 

OQ 

3 

Oh 

3 


• 

1 




Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

3 

& 


$29,947 


- 


$2,667 




$40,867 


$20,000 


$19,257 


- 


$1,800 


- 


$40,857 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120.923 


66,500 


59,500 


- 


3,923 


- 


129,928 


- 


- 


a 5,000 


- 


7,687 


7,500 


- 


- 


137 


- 


7,637 


4«,001 


- 


- 


- 


144,007 


100,000 


41,500 


- ■ 


2,607 


- 


144,007 


7,417 


- 


1,100 


- 


17,073 


10,000 


5,739 


- 


1,334 


- 


17,073 


2,003 


- 


826 


$780 


10,606 


9,759 


747 


- 


- 


- 


10,506 


S0,152 


- 


- 


- 


82,167 


15,000 


12,013 


- 


5,154 


- 


32,167 


0,150 


- 


- 


187,688 


257,694 


225,000 


32,694 


- 


- 


- 


257.694 


17.228 


- 


- 


- 


79,184 


40,000 


16,846 


- 


15,838 


$7,000 


79,184 


18,546 


- 


6,268 


- 


129,191 


10,000 


93,575 


- 


25,616 


- 


129,191 


1,747 


- 


4,516 


- 


9,075 


5,000 


3,046 


- 


1,029 


- 


9,075 


1,150 


- 


6,000 


- 


22,326 


10,000 


2,097* 


- 


9,029 


1,200 


22,826 




- 


- 


- 


064,706 


500,000 


- 


- 


247,152 


217,554 


964,706 


- 


- 


8,088 


- 


258,012 


170,000 


87,210 


- 


802 


- 


258,012 


22,473 


- 


126 


- 


86,048 


10,000 


26,048 


- 


- 


- 


36,048 


861 


- 


- 


2,630 


5,056 


5,000 


16 


&$40 


- 


- 


5,056 


61 


- 


- 


25,852 


29,110 


13,100 


16,010 


- 


- 


- 


29,110 


2,963 


- 


c282 


7,053 


19,784 


15,000 


4.734 


- 


- 


- 


19,734 


4,000 


- 


d 22,500 


- 


80,000 


30,000 


- 




- 


- 


30,000 


6,884 


- 


4,061 


766 


16,538 


10,000 


^538 


- 


- 


- 


16,538 


2,000 


« $2,600 


- 


- 


7,620 


7,000 


600 


- 


- 


- 


7,600 


433,619 


1 


/ 69,106 


i - 


1,332,161 


700,000 


600,000 


- 


82,161 


- 


1,882,161 


120,466 


- 


22,222 




170,038 


100,000 


35,332 




84,701 


- 


170,083 


76,862 


- 


- 


24,174 


106,653 


40,000 


65,668 


^ 


- 


- 


105,653 



a Trade-mark, ete. b Bamplea. c Office fixtnree. d Q^ood-wlll and profits of the paper. 

$ Oood'Will. / Improvement acoonnt. g Interest, general expense and insurance. 



110 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAICB OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



Bxoelaior Cement Com- 
pany, . • • • 

Excelsior Cutlery Com- 
pany^ . ■ • « 

SxoeUlor Shoe Com- 
pany, The, . 

F. A. Whitney Carriage 
Company, . 

F. B. Rogers Sliver Com- 
pany, . • . • 

F. B. Washbnm and Co. 
Corporation, 

F. B. Tonng Company, 
The 

F. O. Dewey Company, 

F. P. Cox Laundry Com- 
pany, The, . 

Falrchild Paper Com- 
pany, .... 

Fairfield Paper Com- 
pany, • • • > 

FUrhayen Iron Foundry 
Company, . 

Fairhaven Water Com- 
pany, .... 

Fall River and Provi- 
dence Steamboat Com- 
pany (for 1893), . 

Fall River and Provi- 
dence Steamboat Com- 
pany, .... 

Fall River Bleachery, . 

Fall River Dally Globe 
Publishing Company, 
The, .... 

Fall River Dally Herald 
Publishing Company, 
The 

Fall River Electric Light 
Company, The, . 

Fall River Gas Works 
Company, . 

Fall River Granite Com- 
pany, .... 

Fall River Ice Company, 



1894. 
Mar. 12, 



Mar. 29, 

Jan. 2, 

Sept. 4, 

Aug. 6, 

Apr. 28, 

Mar. 22, 
Feb. 8, 



May 


18. 


May 


8. 


Apr. 


8, 


May 


7. 


July 


10. 


May 


8. 


Dec. 


12. 


June 


4, 


Aug. 


7, 


June 25, 


Apr. 


4. 


Sept. 


4, 


Jan. 


». 


Nov. 


21. 



1804. 
Feb. 26, 



Feb. 24, 

1898. 
a June 6, 

1894. 
July 17, 



June 28, 

Jan. 18, 

Feb. 26, 
Jan. 17, 

Mar. 7, 

Feb. 26, 

Jan. 24, 

Feb. 16, 

« June 28, 



1893. 
Oct. 26, 

1894. 
Oct. 26, 

May 17, 



May 24, 

May 8, 

Mar. 12, 

July 26, 

Jan. 17, 
Nov. 18, 



a 




"Sg 


^ 






^ 


u 


*? 


a S 




talStoeka 
theCorpol 


^g 
^ 


1 


P 



$9,800 

6,000 

10,000 

84,000 

50,000 

60,000 

20,000 
20,000 

15,000 

860,000 

200,000 

20,000 

60,000 

96,000 

96,000 
400,000 

10,000 

15,000 

200,000 

288,000 

12,000 
40,000 



A88BTB. 



i 



Jk 






}^u 






5 o 


m 


• 


*£ 


a 





•O u 


•o 


{1 


a 9 


ss 


u 


i" 


a 


4 

13^ 



$8,000 



82,000 



78,171 



638,209 

250,000 

14,684 

16,660 

46,000 

46,000 
827,060 



81,000 

186,170 

7.866 
85,473 



$500 



$7,600 



80,000 



with 



with 
with 
6,827 
1,603 

with 

with 
28,792 



62,000 



R.E. 



with 

106,170 

6,000 
8,428 



real 
real 
8,807 
15,047 

R.E. 

R.E. 

298,258 

2,848 

10,500 

R.E. 

80,000 

1,366 
27,060 



$600 



926 



-} 



7,000 



6,420 



tf 14.701 



17,090 



estate 



estate 



6,109 



92,182 



191,184 

18,841 

6,000 

80,660 

209,919 

4,412 
6.604 



3 • 



$6,70S 



788 

b 1,916 i 
c674} 

88,000 



124 

82,048 

15,188 
83^75 

8,017 
18,896 
71,273 

4,606 
762 

8,558 

6«ST8 
46,990 

8,086 

8,840 

21,801 

88ft588 

6,990 
6b808 



a Should have been, b Cash on hand, c Debts receivable, unoertaln value; Co. has ceased to do boaliieas. 
d Fixtures, teams, etc* s In lien of annual. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



Ill 



of CorporcUions — Con tinned. 



in 

lUi 



8,106 



66,704 



85,060 

0,880 
11,202 



0M88 

08JBS0 

8,602 

S4S 

2,460 

1,204 

10,006 

1,687 
1,800 



16,200 

M60 
1,688 



ABSBTB— OOD. 



a 

I 

04 



s 



S 



$207 



-1 



t3& 



2,086 



200 
a 4,000 



e 11,823 
1,600 
4,242 

d 87,000 

d 87,000 



6,284 

10,766 
02,614 



12,868 



8 

II 



•1.068 



7,610 



40,870 



248 



216 



1 



$17,682 
6,128 

10,000 
286,008 

60,000 

160,703 

87,017 
84,707 

26,460 
717,142 
426,026 

36,501 
114,108 

180,014 

180,067 
686,108 

26,686 

80,805 
201,806 

806,080 

I 

22,217 ' 
00,613 



LiABHiimiB. 



CD 

3 

8- 
o 



3 



8 



1, 
f^8 

u 

n 



■■ 9 

2 



I 



•».«00 


•4.660 


- 


•8.672 


6,000 


128 


- 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


84,000 


124,370 


- 


2,810 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


00,000 


60,708 


5 $40,000 


- 


20,000 


17,017 


- 


- 


20,000 


18,062 


1,716 


- 


16,000 


4,072 


- 


6,787 


860,000 


817,483 


- 


40,700 


200,000 


208,840 


- 


22,070 


20,000 


12,070 


- 


2.626 


26,000 


80,108 


- 


- 


00,000 


20,070 


- 


22,0a 


00,000 


20.041 


- 


28,026 


400,000 


176,344 


- 


8,760 


10,000 


2,647 


- 


12,888 


16,000 


16,800 


- 


606 


200,000 


1,020 


- 


880 


288,000 


0,016 


- 


08,870 


12,000 


8,368 


- 


880 


40,000 


20,018 


- 


- 



$25,000 



0,026 



I 



$17,682 
6,128 

10,000 
286,606 

60,000 

160,708 

87,017 
84,707 

26,460 
717,142 
426,026 

86,601 
114,168 

188,014 

180,667 
686,108 

86,686 

80,806 

201,866 

805,086 

22,217 
60,618 



a FnraUim and flxtarcs. 



b Surplus. 



e RMenre for Improvement*. 



d BteamboeU. 



112 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abiftract of Cebtificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



a 

I 

II 



I 

O 

I 






3 



Fall River Iron Worka 
Oompaay, . 

Fall River Lithograph 
Company, The, . 

Fall River Machine Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Fall River Manufactory, 

Fall River Real Estate 
Aasooiation of Fall 
River, .... 

Fall River Bpool and 
Bobbin Company, 

Fall River Bteam and 
Oae Pipe Company — 
corporation. 

Fall River Working, 
men's Co-operative A e- 
■odatlon, 

Falmouth Cranberry 
Company, The, . 

Family Co-operative 
Grocery Company, 
The, • . • . 

Farmington River Water 
Power Company, 

Farr Alpaca Company, . 

Farrlngton Printing 
Company, . 

Farwell Bleachery, 

Faulkner Manufacturing 
Company, . 



Fayette Shaw Leather 
Company, . 



Ferd. F. French & Co., 
Limited, 



Finlay Paper Company, 

First Swedish Co-opera- 
tive Store Company of 
QnlD8igamond,W'orces- 
ter, Mass., . 

First Univeraalist Meet- 
Ing House in Worces- 
ter, Proprietors of the, 

Fisher Manufacturing 
Company, The, . 



18M. 
Oct. 23, 


Mar. 


6. 


Oct. 


81. 


Oct. 


29, 


Jan. 


16, 


Feb. 


28, 


Oct. 


20, 


Feb. 


3. 


Aug. 


81, 


Apr. 


8. 


Oct. 


18, 


July 


26, 


Mar. 


81, 


June 20, 


June 26, 


Apr. 


24, 


Aug. 


». 


Mar. 


w. 


Mar. 


6, 


Dec. 


26. 


Oct. 


8. 



1894. 
Oct. 19, 

Jan. 84, 

Oct 26, 
Oct. 22, 

Jan. 9, 

1893. 
Oct. 81, 



1894. 
Oct. 16, 



Jan. 2, 
July 26, 

Mar. 29, 

Oct. 10, 
June 23, 

Mar. 22, 
June 28, 

Jan. 24, 

Apr. 12, 

July 18, 

1808. 
Nov. 20, 



1894. 
Feb. 10, 



Dec. 13, 
&Oct. 8, 



$ 

1,000,000 



20,000 



A88BT8. 



13 

& 



^ 



•O k 
• 



a 



S 



I $908,183 
6,000 



96,000 46,000 



180,000 

110,000 
21,000 

7,600 

26,000 
26,000 

4,000 

100,000 
400,000 

6,000 
200,000 

100,000 

60,000 

75,000 

80,000 

8,000 

6,460 
600,000 



114,600 



860,000 



2,888 



84,100 



46,600 
276,000 



62,000 



16,000 



1,600 



89,271 



$142,600 


$760,688 


$ 

1,688,408 


1,600 


4,000 


2,015 


40,000 


6»000 


2M00 


49,600 


66,000 


175,656 


with 


R.B. 


- 


888 


2,600 


- 


- 


- 


1,605 


- 


12,000 


- 


81,814 


2.846 


667 


17,262 


a 28,838 




- 


- 


126,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


80,000 


- 


90,701 


10,000 


42,000 


28,000 


10,000 


6,000 


8,000 


with 


R.B. 


- 


82,271 


7,000 


- 


70,000 


687,346 


with t 
b'ld'gs^ 



3 

H 



S^ 



il 



I 



$40,188 

600 

84,758 
2,770 

18,003 
21.101 

7,T97 

1,385 
204 

4,206 

281 
270,183 

1,780 
75,600 

6,270 

218,172 

68,614 

500 

18,000 

90 
117,100 



a Road and dam. 



b Statement of June 1, 1894. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — ^ 

of CorpoTOtUma — CoDtinued. 





A..n.-0 






LUBIUTIEI. 


1i 


1 
1 






1 

1 


1 


1 


1 


1 
i 


_L 


tS0S.B»1 


- 




,,j:«. 


1,»3,I8S 


- 


(760.184 




a^^ 








•iijaa 


ll».*ll 


iB,4n 


- 




- 




10,»I1 


ST.TM 






1^ 


1()4,S7T 


»(I,OM 


«S,iTT 








164,277 


3s,m 






1IS,il3 


M3,&!0 


180,000 


8W,6a> 








608.630 








1< 


a«s,oi)3 

U,000 


110,000 

J1.000 


340,000 


. 


18.008 




ssB.ooa 

24,000 


14JH 








M,we 


T,MO 


7.171 


- 


8.M6 




aa.H0 


i,«ii 


- 


*24a 


.- 


»^ 


]S,3M 


1.080 


- 


488 


•600 


1M>3 


no 


- 


» 


- 


S\Slg 


15,000 


8.000 




2,818 


- 


86,818 


t.<ra 




l,Wi 




I,6« 


3,816 


8.288 




1.440 


- 


7,670 


- 




3 1.^1 


UJ» 


101^1 


100,000 


1,821 


- 


- 


- 


101,831 


H»,>M 








nfl,*3i 


400,000 


143.818 


••"■"» 


82.816 


- 


770,481 


S,«» 


' 






1,188 


6,000 


661 


, 


388 




6,788 


i.«t 


- 






U1,9T0 


i»oo,ooo 




- 


10.070 


«^ 


261,070 


loi^ne 


- 






IBS,**! 


100,000 


78.™ 


- 


8,803 


- 


ie2.0Wi 






.^ 




1I«,(»S 


60.000 


146,080 




20,761 


VW 


2»,4«« 


U,ltt 




- 


SM 


1U,1M 


16,000 


80,100 




- 


- 


114,100 


iflti 




- 


■^ 


8I1,«» 


BO.0OO 


2,000 






- 


32.000 


va% 




- 




]T,M4 
8>^1 


3,000 
6,«0 


l« 


1 ,«. 


778 


ijsu 


17.084 
89.801 


141.W 




I?5S! 


1 - 


930,873 


600,000 


246.UI 




176,743 




020,818 



114 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abttraet of Cbbtificates op Comdition 



NAME OF CORPO- 


When Certificate was 
Filed. 


eetlng. 


in. 


RATION. 


o 

1 


F i B k Mannfactnring 
Company, . 


1884. 
Not. 34, 


1804. 
Not. 19, 


$60,000 


Fiakdale Mills, 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 0, 


400,000 


Flske Wharf and Ware, 
house Company, 


June 10, 


Feb. 12, 


160,000 


Fitohbnrg Co^>peratIve 
Association, 


Jan. ao. 


1806. 
a Not. 6, 


1,866 


FitohbnrgGas Company, 


Sept. 8, 


1894. 
July 26, 


160,000 


Fitohbnrg Mannfactnr- 
ing Company, 


Sept. 18, 


July 0, 


100,000 


Fitchburg Steam Engine 
Company, . 


June 25, 


June 6, 


40,000 


Fitchburg Worsted Com- 
pany 


Apr. 28, 


b Mar. 81, 


260,000 


FitU Land and Power 
Company, . 


Mar. 21, 


Feb. 8, 


26,000 


Flax Leather Manufact- 
uring Company, . 


June 22, 


June 20, 


100,000 


Flax Pond Fishing Com- 
pany in Dennis, . 


June 7, 


Jan. 81, 


760 


Flint Mills, . . . 


Not. «, 


Not. 6, 


680,000 


Florence Furniture Com- 
pany 


Apr. 27, 


Apr. 18, 


20,000 


Florence Manufacturing 
Company, . 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 80, 


100,000 


Flynt Building and Con- 
struction Company, . 


July 11, 


Apr. «, 


30,000 


Fobes, Hayward ft Co. 
(Incorporated), . 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 0, 


160,000 


Forbes Lithograph Man- 
ufacturing Company, 
The, .... 


May 14, 


Apr. 24, 


176,000 


Ford Bit Company, The, 


Mar. 1, 


Jan. 81, 


80,000 


Forehand Arms Com- 
pany 


June 6, 


May 8, 


76,000 


Foster's Wharf Com- 
pany 


Jan. 18, 


Jan. 0, 


800,000 


Foundry Supply Com- 
pany, The, . 


June 26, 


Jan. 28, 


6,000 


Foxboro' Foundry and 
Machine Company, . 


Sept. 7, 


June 5, 


20,000 


Framingham Box Com- 
pany, The, . 


Mar. 6, 


Feb. 8, 


10,000 







AS8ST8. 






1 

1 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


■ 

1 

a 

n 


• 

.3 


Cash and Debts 
Reoelyabla. 


$28,000 


« 


.. 


$10,000 


$14,206 


280,000 


with 


R.B. 


270,000 


n,4M 


226,000 


- 


- 


- 


86*089 


88,604 


$2,860 


•81.186 


126,664 


731s 


64,418 


with 


real 


eilate 


0,273 


28,616 


8,600 


26,116 


88,067 


84.n8 


- 


100,000 


- 


161,687 


86,814 


46,176 


26,000 


20,176 


- 


881 


- 


- 


- 


- 


e 16,000 { 
1,020 


800 


- 


- 


- 


- 


186,172 


7,672 


127,600 


414,888 


81,648 


8,000 


with 


R.E. 


1,000 


17,017 


16,000 


- 


- 


20,000 


18,^ 


6,600 


2,600 


8,000 


10,000 


68,988 


00,000 


- 


- 


60,000 


141,663 


. 


. 


60,000 


127,810 


187.368 


- 


- 


- 


7,411 


1319 


- 


- 


- 


66,002 


16,«IB 


800,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,8es 


- 


- 


- 


26 


1,188 


- 


- 


- 


6,000 


0,070 


- 


- 


- 


7,000 


6.801 



a Should haTe been. 



6 Adjourned. 



c Real estate mortgage. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



115 



of Corporations — Con tinned. 



Abbktb — Con. 


Liabilities. 




1 

a 

1 


• 

m 
a 

1 

>1 


2 . 
g-o 

P 


1 


Capital Stock. 


« 

s 

t 


S 

1 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


Reserye for De- 
preciation. 


• 

3 

O 


$21,279 




. 


_ 


$73,486 


$60,000 


$3,164 


« 


$16,331 


$6,000 


$78,485 


42,708 


- 


$4,826 


- 


820,887 


400,000 


68,162 


- 


16,735 


160,000 


620,887 


- 


- 


65.000 


- 


316,680 


160,000 


al88,969 


- 


31,670 


- 


815,639 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,356 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,356 


2,725 


- 


- 


- 


160,606 


160,000 


19,200 


- 


496 


- 


160,696 


9iAn 


- 


- 


$34,800 


181,046 


100,000 


81,046 


-. 


- 


- 


181,046 


26,e09 


- 


- 


- 


128,060 


40,000 


81,007 


- 


1,963 


- 


128,060 


111,801 


- 


- 


- 


400,163 


260,000 


- 


- 


- 


150,152 


400,162 


- 


- 


- 


- 


46,666 


26,000 


20.600 


- 


- 


66 


46,666 


- 


- 


- 


88,071 


100,000 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100,000 


« 


- 


- 


460 


760 


760 


- 


- 


- 


- 


760 


ftlJQB 


- 


- 


- 


678,361 


680,000 


- 


- 


03,351 


- 


678,351 


4^7 


- 


- 




81,264 


20,000 


4,720 


- 


- 


- 


24,729 


7M17 


- 


- 


- 


128,080 


100,000 


18,980 


- 


- 


10,000 


128,080 


• 


- 


(51.276 
j 8,615 


( - 


70,878 


80,000 


19,101 


- 


30,277 


- 


70,378 


76.000 


- 


U,000 


- 


842,683 


160,000 


120,000 


- 


22,688 


60,000 


842,588 


SS7.180 


. 


. 


. 


661,712 


176,000 


132,682 


- 


244,080 


- 


661,712 


0,042 


$3,045 


- 


8,708 


26,026 


21,900 


4,026 


- 


- 


- 


25,925 


07,010 


- 


27*400 


- 


166,080 


76,000 


40,071 


- 


18,072 


81,987 


166,030 


- 


- 


- 


- 


314,892 


300,000 


9,000 


- 


6,802 




314,892 


1,212 


- 


- 


8,673 


11,012 


6,000 


6,012 


- 


- 


- 


11,012 


10,100 


- 


5,160 


- 


29,610 


16»300 


12,136 


- 


1,164 


- 


20,610 


4.80 


- 


- 


*" 


17,624 


10,000 


4,877 


- 


1,247 


2,000 


17,624 



a Inelading mortgasea on real estate. 



b Insarance stock. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Cehtificates of Cokditiom 





1 




S 






i..™ 






HAUE OP CORPO- 


1 


1 














RATION. 


■3 

1 


1 


1 










TH 


Umj \ 


IBH. 
Apr. 14, 


•is.m 










tjtu 


Cooip«.r(forl8BS), . 


J«.. «. 


B.pl.'». 


80,000 


(13,003 


wllb 


R.E. 


•^Otl 


4.14B 


Compuij. . . . 


Dm. M. 


ft Oct. is, 




UM3 


13.600 


•0.408 






wdfowtrCompdn/, 
FmBlDBhun Odd FbI- 

10*l'%BlUllll|AlK»l. 
•UOD 


M«. !1, 

F«b, 3. 


Ju. «. 


76.M0 

•,000 


S1.M* 




R.K. 

18,000 


lrfa.881 


1 ..» 


OotOIWD)', . 


Ju. SI. 


6Ju.11, 


iist.oao 


10.000 


160 


e.8so 


10.000 


M 


■^asi-ir: 


Mm.M, 


Feb. M. 


WfiK 


»,TM 


wltfa 


R.B. 


1(7,162 


\61S 


'^'ZS.T "": 


llu. t. 


Feb. ai. 


M,OO0 


B.400 


wtlb 


B.S. 


1,100 


10.480 


7t>DkllnBdi]<!Ulon>l 






60.000 

1B.OO0 




- 




« 60,000 

ll.OOT 


17 *M 


Pnoktm BleclHo Uiht 
OompMj. . . . 


AQ,. 7. 


July IT, 


1.J90 


Fnnklln Oiborn Com. 
p«>y 


Ao(. T. 


Jnly 8, 


80.0W 


86,000 


9.000 


1T.000 


13.000 


is,sss 


FriBkltn Piper Coni- 
pmr, , , , , 


U*7 a». 


SC.y J. 


60.000 


100.000 


nth 


R.E. 




16.884 


FnakUD PiTk Lud and 






194,800 
1.000,000 


188.460 


with 


K.E. 


- 




Compuif. . . . 


July 10. 


Jane S. 




FnnkllD W»Mr Com- 

p^y 


Anv.lh 


Feb. fc 


78,000 


/ 188,386 






- 


« 


VrmnklonUllKTlM. . 


M.y 11. 


Apr. 24. 


80,000 


a.ooo 


BOO 


1,J00 




i,sio 


7TMl*Dd Looinl* OOB. 






800.000 

76,000 


M.«4 


wllb 


B.B. 


13,101 




Fraib Pood IM OoB. 
p«>r 


M«y 3. 


Apr. IS. 


7.»» 


Flick Fluo Cut Co., . 


Apt. IS, 


Uu. 13. 


ia,ooo 


600 


- 


6.00O 


vn* 


<M 




Apr. SO, 


Apr. 17, 


M6.000 


1,278.000 








4.030 


Fglton ItoD Fanndry 
0.=.|»<.y. . . . 


S.PI.M. 


Jaly 8. 


8ft.000 


11.800 


witb 


B.B. 




8.«n 


'tmar. '...'. 


M»y 16. 


Apr.M. 


120,000 


- 


- 


- 




6»,Ma 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



117 



of Corporations — Continued. 



Assets — Con. 



-So, 

19 



a 


a 


^ 


o 


w 


« 


S 


s 




§ 


«« 


« 


£ 


s 



«3 

O 






s 



3 

O 



•4,T39 



1,247 $8,062 



423 



e 3,063 



8,725 90,000 



16,831 

0,606 

55,368 



118,679 
51,687 



$120 

( 040,794 
i 621,848 

a 78,672 



20,000 



$311 



245,496 



d 1,122 



1,872 



547,902 

2,170 

812 
68,212 



1,000,000 



A 48,401 



33,214 



27,460 



$31,401 
158,637 
101,221 

179,270 

15,568 
265,964 

80,096 

28,710 
122,796 

12,207 
171,790 
177,571 

256,784 

1,000,000 

133,415 
30,700 

628,209 

164,551 

15,134 

1,270,930 

18,045 

127,215 



LlABIUTIBS. 



o 

2 

GQ 

3 



a 

o 
Q 



9 



1 


^. 


£3 


*« 5 




Balance 
and Lo 


**a 


Reserve 
preeia 



$18,000 
80,000 
80,000 

75,000 

9,000 
125,000 
50,000 
20,000 
50,000 j 
10,000 
50,000 
60,000 



$13,401 



72,258 



77,039 



104,270 



3,200 



140,964 



25,977 



6,695 

51,026 
« 21,770 



07,212 



97,586 



$6,284 



8,363 



$4,182 



184,300 


68,746 


1,000,000 


- 


75,000 


^60,000 


80,000 


700 


300,000 


298,867 


75,000 


80,989 


12,000 


2.240 


925,000 


327,606 


■ 


568 


120,000 


8,369 



- 


4,119 


- 


1,200 


- 


2,297 


/$60,000 


1,078 


- 


19,985 


- 


2,738 


- 


8,415 




29,342 


- 


8,562 


- 


804 


- 


4,980 


- 


3,846 



1,815 



3,500 



s 

o 



$31,401 
158,537 
161,221 

179,270 

15,563 
265,964 

80,096 

28,710 
122,796 

12,297 
171,790 



■• 


177,571 


- 


255,784 


- 


1,000,000 


- 


183,415 


- 


80.700 


( with ) 
J bal. { 
(P.&L.) 


628,209 


- 


164,651 




15,184 


22,804 


1,279,989 




668 


- 


127,215 



a Line eonstraetion. b Wiring. e Vrancbise. d Teams and tools. « Permanent loan. 

/ Bnrplni. g Five per cent, bonds. A Including ice. i Paid back ; corporation is closing ap its basiness. 



118 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Cbstificates of Comdition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



8 




> 




S 


• 


s 


a 


^ 
? 

« 


1 


a V 


^ 


is 


9 



O. D. Dows ft Compaoyi 
Incorporated, 

G. W. & F. Bmilh Iron 
Company, . 

Gardner Egg Carrier 
Company, . 

Gardner Electric Light i 
Company, . 

Gardner SoTereigna* Co- 
operative AMOoiation, 
The, .... 

Gardner Wat^r Com- 
pany, .... 

Garfield & Proctor Coal 
Company, . 

Gately and Rogers Fur- 
niture Company, 

George A. Sofaastey 
Company, . 

Geo. C. Gill Paper Com- 
pany, The, . 

Geo. C. Gill Paper Com- 
pany,The, (2o return) , 

George E. Barnard Com- 
pany, .... 

George F. Hewett Co., . 

George Frost Company, 
The, .... 

George G. Page Box 
Company, The, . 

George H. Corbett Com- 
pany 

George H. Gilbert Man- 
ufacturing Company, . 

George H. Wood Com- 
pany, .... 

George Lawley and Son 
Corporation, 

George N.Newhall Com- 
pany 

George R. Dickinson 
Paper Company, . 

George W. Gale Lumber 
Company, . 



1894. I 1894. 
Aug. 20, Apr. 28, 



Jan. 26, Jan. 10, 
Apr. 4, 
Aug. 7, 



I 1898. 
Nov. 1, 



June 6, 

May 81, 

June 18, 

Feb. 14, 

Aug. «, 

Jan. 10, 

Dec. 29, 

July 8, 
Aug. 10, 

Jan. 24, 

Oct. 26, 

Sept. 6, 

Jan. 24, 

June 11, 

Oct. 27, 



1894. 
July 10, 



May 28, 



May 7, 



May 8, 



Feb. 12, 



Apr. 27, 

1898. 
Deo. 80, 

1894. 
Dec. 24, 



May 9, 

Apr. 2, 

Jan. 10, 
Aug. 6, 
Mar. 20, 
Jan. 16, 
May 18, 
Oct. 10, 



Feb. 23, Jan. 8, 



Feb. 12, 



Mar. 7, 



Jan. 22, 



Feb. 12, 



go 

mm V 



$80,000 

124,000 

7,000 

80,000 

8,000 
100,000 
126,000 

6,000 

120,000 

100,000 

100,000 

200,000 
60,000 

100,000 

68,400 

6,000 

1,000,000 

80,000 

100,000 

6,000 

160,000 

00,000 



ASSSTS. 



I 



• 

«8 




1 


*S5 








8> 

S 


a 


Si 


s 


i 


i" 


& 





$29,000 



149,160 



6,000 



18,660 



87,424 



286,090 



121,106 



066,000 



60,792 



200,000 



88,682 



$18,000 



with 



iHth 



12,660 
16,000 



$11,000 



R.E. 



R.E. 

9,476 
6,000 



with 
with 



with 



with 
e 10,600 

48,958 



with 
25,582 



R.E. 

rwd 

280,000 



R.E. 



real 



10,834 



R.E. 

18,000 



3 

■Si 

5- 



$10,060 



20,002 



a 16,688 
6 23,078 



12,185 
2,500 



9,502 



•state 



26,760 
12,883 

12,000 

23,701 



estate 



6,4n 



15,167 



150,000 



$1.»0 

120,823 

1S4 

4^39 

0,8S2 

2,667 

183,407 

14,270 

90,927 

n,066 

106,678 

234.026 
30,689 

81,178 

42,M3 

2.143 
89,682 
32,986 
30,471 

6,12S 

239,000 

86,666 



a Lines, meters, lamps and globes. 



b Steam and electric plants. 



c Equity In. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



119 



o/ CorporaHoM — Ck>ntinaed. 



Amiti— Con. 



ill 


• 

2 


• 

s 


2 . 


-& 


2 


(^8 


i|3 


s 

a 


c 


alanoe 
and Lo 


a 


£ 


5S 


n 1 



5 

o 



•0.0M 



25,000 



$1,000 



1,028 



6,250 



8,078 

0,340 

35,430 

73,904 

n,50« 

46,808 
11,882 

80,088 

82,126 

8»127 

351,001 

24,180 

21,822 

11,560 i 

60,312 

65,320 



$5,500 



466 



6100 



<n88,240 



2,000 



1,255 



16,417 



22,608 



13,852 
21,578 
11,388 



575 



8,413 



•".880 
881,685 
$5,876 7,000 
53,428 

22,157 

166,751 

200,885 

- I 24,865 



20,783 



177,483 

485,450 

468,274 

307,253 
68,806 

178,402 

281,316 

10,270 
1,806,673 

74,152 
127,327 

16,694 
640,021 
147,879 



Liabilities. 



GQ 






3 



9 



V 

I 



$30,000 

124,000 

7,000 

30,000 

3,600 

100,000 

125,000 

6,000 

120,000 

100,000 

100,000 

200,000 
60,000 

100,000 

68,400 

6,000 

1,000,000 

80,000 

100,000 

5,000 

150,000 

60,000 



$10,504 



83,176 



«351 
1,425 

60,821 
24,200 
16,763 

57,483 

89.286 
« 212,000 

68,274 
« 250,000 

97,147 
12,206 

73,492 

101,826 

4,218 

338,003 

30,828 

15,957 

11,683 

338,766 

87,352 



a $15,000 



/1.366 






$2,245 



104,400 



8,429 



16,781 



51,942 



2,102 



34,173 



10,106 
8,477 



213 

52 

58,670 

3,458 



11 



627 



Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


■ 

3 


- 


$51,889 


$10,000 


321,585 


- 


7,000 


- 


53,429 


- 


22,157 


6,030 


166,751 


8,743 


209,885 


- 


24,865 


- 


177,483 


- 


485,459 


50,000 


463,274 


- 


807,253 


2,623 


68,306 


- 


173,402 


110,877 


281,316 


- 


10,270 


- 


1,396,673 


8,500 


74,152 


11,370 


127,327 


- 


16,094 


161,165 


649,921 


- 


147,879 



a Bnrplas /and. 
d Pipes and mains. 



b Store flztares. 
e Loans. 



c Interest. 

/ Dividend acooant. 



120 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Cebtificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



Geo. W. Wheelwright 
Paper Oompauy, . 

George Whitney Woolen 
Company, . 

George Woodman Com 
pany, The, . 

Georgetown Boot & 
Shoe Company (for 
18W), . . . 

Georgetown Boot & 
Shoe Company, . 

German American Pnb 
Ilshing Company, The, 

German Co-operative 
Association, 

Germanla Mills, . 

Gibbs Loom Harness 
and Reed Company, 

Gilbert and Barker Man 
afacturing Company, 

Glasgo Thread Com 
pany, The, . 

Glencoe Granite Com 
pany, . 

Glendale Elastic Fabrics 
Company, . 

Glenwood Furnishing 
Company, The, . 

Globe Gas Light Com 
pany, . . , 

Globe Inyestment Com 
pany, . 

Globe Nail Company, 

Globe Newspaper Com 
pany. The, . 



Globe Worsted Mills, . 



Globe Yam Mills, The, 

Gloucester Co-operatire 
Association, . 

Gloucester Electric 
Company, . 




1894. 
Apr. 14, 


1804. 
Jan. 18, 


July 26, 


July 20, 


June 1, 


Jan. 26, 


Jan. 2, 


1808. 
Dec. 6, 


Dec. 14, 


1804. 
Dec. 5, 


Oct. 4, 


Aug. 11, 


Mar. 1, 


Jan. 8, 


Jan. 81, 


Jan. 20, 


May IT, 


Apr. 2ft, 


Apr. 11, 


Mar. 7, 


June 1, 


May 20, 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 8, 


Sept. 22, 


June 10, 


July 10, 


Feb. 7, 


Mar. 10, 


Jan. 22, 


June 27, 


Apr. 27, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 20, 


May 14, 


Feb. 10, 


Feb. 10, 


1803. 
Not. 27, 


Oct. 31, 


1804. 
Oct. 18, 


Mar. 5, 


Jan. 24, 


Oct. 4, 


Aug. 6, 



$800,000 
00,000 
75,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,000 

1,210 
150,000 

50,000 

40,000 

50,000 

5,000 

250,000 
20,000 

250,000 

500,000 
260,000 

125,000 

00,000 

1,200,000 

3,000 

50,000 



$275,000 



00,226 



126,000 



18,000 



28,002 



2,450 



02,004 



88,000 



270,706 



85,767 



Assets. 



1 


« 






1 


^ . 






i 


a w 
« o 


m 


b 


H 


Si 


s 

2 

"a 


S 


ol 


>A 


oa 


S 



with 



with 



$2,678 
26,000 

4,000 

with 



1,800 



with 



126,765 
26,800 

with 

with 

43,806 



88,041 



with 



real 



real 



r.fioo 



estate 



esUte 



$1,806 

1,800 

$2,510 



100,000 125,000 



14,000 



B.E. 



1,150 



R.E. 



61,200 



R.E. 



R.B. 



18,168 
4,116 
7,500 
1,100 



1,050 



200,000 



58,957 



R. E. 



3 
OS 



$08,844 

24,087 

145.725 

15,638 

16,647 

2,202 

1,951 
152,481 

6,060 

106,477 

36,082 

8,100 



160,644 118,070 
00,756 
15,498 



a 815.259 
2,242 

810,709 

24.672 



61,100,168 j^TlJ^ \ ■ 171,719 



03,418 



2,124 



8.405 



a And mortgages. 



b And coDstroetion account. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



121 



of Corporations — Continned. 



A88ST8~Con. 


1 

1 




LlABILITZSS. 






.•go 


Patent RlghU. 


• 

1 
1 

1 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


• 

1 


Capital Stock. 


• 

m 

1 


■ 

s 

t 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


1^ 


• 

3 


$17S,088 


- 


- 


- 


$546,382 


$300,000 


$155,879 


• 


- 


$90,503 


$546,382 


75,896 


- 


- 


- 


100,208 


60,000 


86,984 


- 




22,274 


169,208 


122.000 


- 


- 


- 


267,725 


75,000 


186,071 


- 


$6,654 


- 


267,725 


7,«»7 


- 


- 


- 


25,140 


10,000 


8,240 
a500 


{ 

1 


6,400 


wlthbal. 
P.&L. 


25,140 


9,006 


- 


- 


- 


27,542 


10,000 


(10,804 
1 a600 


( - 


6,788 j 


wlthbal. 
P.&L. 


1 27,542 


5,785 


- 


$1,756 


- 


10,762 


5,000 


14,762 


- 


- 


- 


19,762 


1,508 


- 


306 


- 


6.823 


1,210 


6,017 


- 


- 


896 


6,623 


180,364 


- 


18,228 


- 


610,078 


150,000 


350,073 


- 


10,000 


$100,000 


610,073 


6^7 


$ft.»oo 


- 


- 


54,585 


50,000 


505 


- 


1,490 


2,600 


54,585 


M,010 


4,374 


0,662 


- 


212,440 


40,000 


59,943 


- 


112,497 


- 


212,440 


37,026 


- 


- 


- 


81,448 


60,000 


15,131 


- 


16,317 


- 


81,448 


800 


- 


- 


- 


7,450 


j 

5,000 


1,600 


- 


- 


600 


7.000 


]n,810 


5,000 


- 


- 


558,018 


260,000 


267,984 


- 


40,034 


- 


558,018 


34,487 


- 


251 


- 


05,494 


20,000 


60,965 


- 


- 


5,529 


95,494 


12,356 


250,000 


- 


- 


277,854 


260,000 


8,868 


- 


18,986 


- 


277,854 


- 


- 


82,723 


- 


1,024,747 


362,600 


255,125 
b 373,000 


j C$24,764 


d 8,458 


- 


1,024,747 


- 


- 


« 10,000 


$147,808 


250.000 


250,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


250,000 


- 


- 


36,144 


- 


817,610 


125,000 


80,000 
/270,000 


( - 


392,619 


- 


817,610 


27,216 


- 


- 


- 


141,612 


90,000 


51,480 


- 


132 


- 


141,612 


468341 


- 


- 


- 


1,800,010 


1,200,000 


620,738 


- 


69,281 


- 


1,800,010 


1,518 


- 


^376 


- 


4,017 


1,605 


1,480 


- 


942 


- 


4,017 


~ 


5,000 


1,786 


- 


146,650 


60,000 


iA50,000 
! 33,453 


{ 


18,197 


- 


146,650 



a DlTldend. 

d Undlylded profits. 

/ On real estate. 



b Debentures. c Special Oaaranty fnnd. 

€ Capital stock cash dlrldend paid ; stopped manufactarlng and are selling out. 

g Store flztares. A Bonds. 



122 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF C50RP0RATI0NS. [1894. 



Ab^act oj Certificates of Condition 





When Certificate was 
FUed. 


• 

a 

1 

o 
Q 


Capital Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation. 






A8SKT8 


> 




NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 


Real Estate. 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

& 

B 

•a 

? 
« 


Machinery. 


Cash and DebU 
Receivable. 


Olonoester Fish Com- 
pany 


1894. 
Ang. 18, 


1894. 
Mar. 23, 


$9,250 




■^ 


^^ 


^ 


♦24.418 


Oloncester Fish Drying 
Company, . 


Deo. 27, 


Dec. 18, 


5,000 


$8,800 


$800 


$2,500 


$1,700 


5 


Gloucester Oas Light 
Company, . 


Oct. 9, 


July 17, 


100,000 


a 40,000 


with 


R. E. 


45,000 


12,808 


Oloncester Isinglass and 
Olne Company, . 


Mar. 26, 


6 Mar. 1, 


13,600 


8,125 


3,200 


4,925 


1,500 


10,470 


Oloncester Lighterage 
Company, The, . 


Jane 25, 


Apr. 18, 


18,000 


_ 


c 6,799 


_ 


. 


466 


Oloncester Tow Boat 
Company, The, . 


Feb. 2, 


Jan. 4, 


4,000 


a 


_ 


_ 


.. 


2,138 


Oloncester Water 6np- 
ply Company, 


Ang. 22, 


Apr. 10, 


260,000 


_ 


« 


« 


. 


3,878 


Ooddard Machine Com- 
pany. The, . 


Oct. 9, 


Jane 8, 


10,000 


• 


. 


» 


9,500 


8,191 


Ooepper Brothers Com- 
pany 


Apr. 10, 


Mar. 12, 


80,000 


15,000 


with 


R.E. 


8,020 


7,351 


Ooetz Bilk Manufactur- 
ing Co 


Feb. 17, 


Feb. 10, 


80,000 


.. 


. 


• 


8,365 


1,660 


Golden Rule Company, 
The, .... 


Feb. 16, 


Feb. 5, 


6,000 


• 


« 


. 


6,270 


19,962 


Gould and Cutler Corpo- 
ration, .... 


Jan. 10, 


Jan. 8, 


40,000 


. 


. 


• 


. 


83,318 


Gowdy St Remington 
Shoe Company, . 


July 18, 


Mar. 6, 


80,000 


« 


. 


. 


. 


2,^ 


Grafton Ice Company, 
The, . . . . 


Apr. 9, 


Mar. 28, 


10,000 


12,500 


8,000 


9,500 


2,500 


4,200 


Grafton Water Com- 
pany, The, . 


Oct. 15, 


Jane 12, 


80,000 


8,600 


6,500 


8,000 


7,000 


. 


G r a n b y Co-operatire 
C reamery Association, 
The, .... 


Apr. 10, 


Apr. 2, 


8,500 


2,200 


200 


2,000 


500 


8.134 


Granite Mills, . 


Not. 80, 


Oct. 22, 


1,000,000 


677,409 


121,409 


456,000 


1,042,415 


41,072 


Granite Railway Com- 
pany 


Jan. 25, 


Jan. 22, 


250,000 


250,000 


with 


real 


estate 


58,145 


Granite Shoe Company, 


Jan. 3, 


1898. 
Nov. 9, 


20,000 


.. 


— 


p. 


20,651 


17,654 


Granite Wharf Marine 
Railway, 


Feb. 15, 


1894. 
Jan. 6, 


4,000 


. 


. 


300 


3,700 


200 


Grant Corundum Wheel 
Manufacturing Com- 
pany 


Jan. 16, 


1893. 
Oct. 27, 


(130,000 


- 








- 



a And wharf. 



b Adjourned. 



c Wharf. 



d Gone out of baslneaa. 



1894.1 



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123 



o/ Corporations — Continaed. 



_ _ _ 


— 


— 


_ 


— — . 


_ 


_ — 


_ 


— -. 




- - 




A88ST8 — 


Con. 








LlABILITRS. 






Manufactures, 
Materials and 
Stock In Proc- 
ess. 


1 

1 


• 

m 

§ 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

1 


1 Capital Stock. 


1 


1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De< 
predation. 


■ 

3 


$1,486 




$2,100 




$28,004 


$9,250 


$18,754 


- 


- 


- 


$28,004 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,005 


6,000 


- 


- 


$5 


- 


6,005 


4,&80 


- 


350 


- 


102,738 


80,000 


5,000 


- 


17,788 


- 


102,738 


2,173 


- 


- 


- 


22,268 


13,600 


756 


- 


4,012 


$3,000 


22,268 


- 


- 


a 11,600 


- 


18,765 


13,000 


3,000 


- 


2,766 


- 


18,765 


- 


- 


6 4,000 


- 


6,138 


4,000 


658 


- 


1,480 


- 


6,138 


- 




c 676,976 


- 


580,864 


260,000 


^250,000 




80,854 


- 


680,854 


3,832 


- 


- 


$4,772 


21,095 


10,000 


11,095 


- 


- 


- 


21,095 


23,M9 


- 


- 


- 


49,320 


30,000 


7,228 


- 


5.360 


6,783 


49.320 


30,353 


- 


480 


- 


40,758 


80,000 


10,768 


- 


- 


- 


40,758 


2,33* 


- 


1,966 


- 


30,542 


5,000 


3,372 


e $10,000 


12,170 


- 


30,542 


16,674 


- 


- 


- 


40,892 


■ 
40,000 


4,128 


- 




/ 6.764 


49,892 




- 


6,068 


1,007 


46,247 


30,000 


15,247 


- 




- 


46,247 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,200 


10,000 


7,500 


- 


1,700 


- 


19,200 


- 




144,600 


1,780 


161,780 


80,000 


81,780 


- 


- 


- 


161,780 


294 


- 


- 


- 


6,128 


3,600 


2,473 


- 


155 


- 


6,128 


245,762 


1 


5,200 


- 


1,911,868 


1,000,000 


511,673 


- 


400,285 


■■• 


1,911,868 


- 


- 


- 


- 


308,145 


260,000 


28,020 


- 


30,125 




808,145 


6.681 


- 


^2,667 


- 


46,503 


20,000 


23,239 


- 


3,264 


- 


46,503 




- 


- 


1,000 


5,200 


4,000 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


5,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 



a Two lighters. 

d Five per cent, bonds. 

g Lasts and patterns. 



b Tow boat. 

t For subscription list. 



c Construction account. 

/ And balance undivided profits. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
AbHract of Cbktificatbs of Cokditiom 





? 


" 




A«»™ 


■- - 






3 












NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 






1 
1 




1 

a 

9 


• 117.006 


^1 
1^ 


Ormnt T»ni Compmny, . 


ISM. 
Dec. W, 


im. 
Ort. 8, 


«12t.000 




. 


•63,162 


•4*47 


Ontonud Knight Uu- 


Feb. 11. 


Ju. IS, 


300.000 


. 




1S1.884 


as.666 


108.MI 


CompMiy, . . . 


B.pt.il, 


Mty 9, 


8,000 


. 


. 






11.2S» 


Qreat BanlDglOD Kl«e- 
tric Light Compuir, . 


Feh. n. 


Ju. 10, 


»,000 


. 


. 


1.600 


(0 6.803 
hl7.0S3 

- 


{ 4,837 


U(hlComp«.y.. . 


B.pt.SS, 


IBM. 

Apr. 11, 


s,ooe 






. 


. 


OrMnaeldEleclrio Light 




lT'» 




•4.000 


•44.000 


R. B. 


88,101 

a,j3» 




OfsnlUld G» Light 
Cooip.ny. . . . 


Aug. 11, 


July IK. 


»,«KI 


S.«l 


Oreeofleld Power Com- 
puij.The, . . . 


MW », 


Uar. W, 


8,000 


J.600 


lOO 


1.800 


1.600 


. 


Grey lock Hllli, The, . 


JulyM. 


jQlyie. 


400.000 


2ST.S11 




- 


m,<m 


141 .»• 


Orejrloek P.rk AuooU. 


Jog* 9, 


1»S. 
ifMayS, 


i».000 


10.MT 


(8.667 


U,!S 


i - 


1S3 


Gtlffllh.Aitell ■nd Culf 

Compmny, . . . 


Jnly M, 


Mar. is. 


».«» 


_ 






12.038 


8.188 




Dw. M, 


No, iT 


800,000 


iM,m 


18.871 


141,»1 


810,838 


»0,ft40 


puiy 


Oot. 31, 




16,000 


aoM 


1.W1 


0,604 


«,9«6 


•,!« 


uriBgCompMy,. . 


it.y •. 


Apr. 1», 


m,ooo 


60.000 


whh 


R.K. 


120,168 


S5.B7 


QniDey Eot WiMr 
[]Mt(,r Compuiy, . 


Mar. M, 


jFeb. 11. 


W.Q00 










•.276 


n.A.LolliropM«nof«ol- 
11 ring Compmnj, Th« 
(toriSMl, . . . 


Jdw 11, 


im. 

July IS, 


u,aDo 


16.800 


W.00O 


6,600 


1,600 


S.68J 


H.A.LothropMunrict- 


June 11. 


INS. 
Joly ». 


46.000 


16,600 


10.000 


6.600 


2,600 


7.9»i 


II. d.Lothrop Uanufut- 
uring Compuny, The, 


July 26, 


I8M. 
July 11. 


46.000 


15,600 


with 


R.E. 


2,600 


6,131 




July ae, 


Fab. 14. 


160,000 






. 


80.683 


S1,SM 


H. B. Solth Compioy, 


Jiina U, 


M.y 23, 


300.000 


100,024 


with 


R.E. 


28.M3 


137^8 


H. B, SUreu Coinpany, 


Deo. K, 


July T. 


»,» 










t.3>2 


<■ Btoun plwu i Klewrl. plut. 


CjjB 


H,«l0. 


dBU 


Matato 


ii.y26. 


■M. 


«FiniihDDdndun 


Mlandud 


RMd. 


/Iro 


tOWOT. 


0Ad 


onroed. 







1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



125 



of Gorporatuma — ContiDued. 



Asssn — Cod. 



-•go 



I 






•a 

I 



a 

s 
I 



1. 



s 



a 



$8S,044 

368,1W 
1,2T7 
2,280 



2,1»7 
978 

f ftD.R. 



1,256 
201,410 

2,807 
38,842 
92,185 

8,620 

7,080 

7,746 

83,418 

160,303 
18,007 



-1 



♦4,100 



27,218 



$1,877 



al,l&5 



dSOO 



« 10,088 



$4,600 



4,000 



^26,874 



1,185 



67,991 



I 



18,988 



18,738 



14,8U 



77,283 



18,866 



$206,748 

084,010 

14,888 

42,461 

5,000 

47,004 

54,207 

8,000 
686,046 

10,850 

29,801 

992,860 

28,722 

270,249 

126,696 

46,179 

46,478 
45,688 



LiABUjma. 



.M 

I 



& 

o 







■•a 


i. 






£s 


o o 


1 


s 

1 


Balance 
and Loi 


Reserve f 
preolati 



1 



K125,000 

800,000 
6,000 

28,800 
6,000 

80,000 

60,000 

8,000 
400,000 

10,860 

20,000 
800,000 

15,000 
125,000 

50,000 

45,000 

46,000 
45,000 



249,927 112,600 

I 

I 

504,277 ; 
38,955 , 



800,000 
25,000 



$83,405 



225,620 



7,827 

M5,202 
1,894 



12,724 



1,000 



202,481 



9.801 



/ 24,000 



4,920 



96,209 



A 41,903 



1,179 



1,478 



187,427 

200,945 
18,956 



C$1,665 



$848 



74,290 



1,056 



4,840 
8,207 



$25,000 



82,615 



87.280 

8,802 

62,040 



8,882 



81,120 



$208,748 

624,910 

14,888 

42,461 

5,000 

47,064 

t 

54,207 

8,000 
685,046 

10,850 

29,801 

992,850 
28,722 

270,249 



84,708 


126,696 


- 


46,179 


- 


46,478 


- 


45,688 


- 


249,927 


- 


604,277 


- 


38,955 



a Great Banington Oaa Company. b Bonds and interest. e Manufactarlng acooant. 

d ICalBs and meters. e Type and flztnres. / Dividend. 

g Constmetion. h Including dividends payable. 



126 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1H94. 



Abstract of CBsnFiCATES of Ck>NDrnoN 



NAME OF OORPO- 
RATION. 



II. G. Jordan & Co., In- 
corporated, . 

H. H. Mayhew Com* 
panyi . . . . 

n. R. Barker Manafact- 
nrlng Company, The, 

H. 8. Lawrence Cloth- 
ing Co., 

Hadley Company, . 

Hallet & Davlc Piano 
Manafactnrlng Com- 
pany, The, . 

Hamblin and Rnaaell 
Manufacturing Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Hamilton Manufacturing 
Company, The, . 

Hamilton Woolen Com- 
pany, . . • . 

Hammond Reed Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Hampden Co-operative 
AModatlon, 

Hampden Emery and 
Corundum Company, . 

Hampden Olazed Paper 
and Card Company, . 

Hampden Paint and 
Chemical Company, . 

Hampshire Paper Com- 
pany, . • • . 

Hampshire Reaerrolr 
Company, The, . 

Hampton Co-operallre 
Creamery Aaaodatlon, 

Hanoock InspiratorCom- 
pany, . . • . 

Hanover Water Com- 
pany 

Harbor Bar Fish Weir 
Company, . 

Hargraves Mills, . 

Harrington & Richard- 
son Arms Company, . 



8 

8 

18M. 

May 35 



Aug. 7 

Apr. 30 

Mar. 80 
Feb. 

Sept. 29 

May 6 

Aug. 14 

Jan. 18 

Jan. 80, 

June 7 

Apr. 5 

Feb. 12 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 2 

May 9 

Jan. 29 

May 7 

June 12 

Jan. 11 
Deo. 11 

May 21 



a 

S 

O 






1894. 
Apr. 26, 

July 2, 

Apr. 10, 

Mar. 16, 
Jan. 80, 

July 28, 

Jan. 8, 
July 12, 
Jan. 17i 
Jan. 9, 
Apr. S5, 
Feb. 3, 
Jan. 27, 
Jan. 26, 
Jan. 81, 
May 1, 

Jan. 24, 

1893. 
June 26, 

1894. 
Feb. 16, 

Jan. 1, 
Oct. 25, 

May 8, 



$150,000 

18,000 

80,000 

40,000 
600,000 

400,000 

5,000 

1,800,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 

2,000 

600,000 

56,000 

60,000 

200,000 

20,000 

2,500 

100,000 

30,000 

6,000 
800,000 

75,000 



I 
1 





A88STI. 


i 




^u 




__ • 




1l 


5 


•9 h 


3 


J 


a 

n 



o 

s 



3 
"8 



•4.400 



166,287 



900,000 



894,000 



1^1,000 



with 



with 



$206,000 



with 



66,570 



85,000 



with 



•45,000 



R.S. 



R.E. 



688,000 



real 



80,204 



R. E. 



86,578 22,868 12,710 



a 50,000 
11,475 



64,475 


8.000 j 


- 


20,000 


4,500 


1,500 


70,000 


with 


380,817 


81,870 


61,000 


11,727 



8,000 



R.E. 



800 
848,947 

50,178 



$22,000 



6,166 



1.000 



480,768 



20,000 



6,000 



ealaie 



9,670 



27,482 



16,000 



11,812 



j 40,000 



1,200 



60,000 



700 
809,808 

50,700 



$84,748 

18,556 

17,835 

2,423 
87,227 

270,021 

ll,09r» 



706,000 1,310,659 



767,403 
66,622 
1,045 
67,046 
66,S» 
14,098 
64,000 
238 



32.372 

200 

814 
79.7: 



29,106 



a Mill. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



127 



oj Corporations — ContinQed. 



A88KTS~Oon. 






LlABILITRB. 

2 . 

S 






•■-1 


1 

1 


S 

1 


Balanoe Profit 
and LoM. 


3 


Capital Stock. 


5 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


« 

3 

O 


•».ow 


-1 


a|S8,000 
6,041 


- 


$210,601 


$160,000 


$55,824 


- 


$7,530 


$6,828 


$210,601 


12,QT0 


- 


100 


- 


41.200 


18,000 


18,125 


- 


4,165 


5,000 
J 61,000 


41,200 


22,448 


1 

1 


- 


- 


40,788 


30,000 


2,850 


- 


7,033 


- 


40,783 


56.600 


1 


c 10,500 


- 


68.428 


40,000 


28,428 


- 


- 


- 


68,423 


282,153 


j 


(i 60,428 


- 


1,016.868 


600.000 


880,206 


- 


77,660 


- 


1,016,868 


01,750 


- 


81,000 


- 


612,771 


400.000 


123,088 


$80,730 


- 


- 


612.771 


28,508 


$500 


600 


- 


41,686 


5,000 


7,700 


- 


28,086 


- 


41,686 


881,637 


- 


- 


- 


3.782,106 


1,800.000 


1,286,210 


- 


- 


646,086 


3,782,196 


906,034 


- 


24,574 


- 


8,830,011 


1.000,000 


1,586,824 


- 


758,067 


^^ 


8,339,911 


37.217 


- 


- 


- 


144.618 


100,000 


38,740 


- 


5.864 


- 


144,613 


4,a» 


- 


88 


- 


5.812 


« 2.266 


2,488 


255 


354 


- 


5,312 


51,566 


- 


/274,867 


- 


486,531 


500,000 


22,406 


- 


- 


- 


522,406 


88,806 




- 


- 


184,785 


1 

j 56,000 


64,180 


- 


27,757 


36,789 


184,736 


13,676 




- 


- 


75,164 


50,000 


24,084 


~ 


1,080 


- 


75.164 


05,668 


- 




- 


285,028 


200,000 


6,000 


20,028 


with 


reeervee 


235,028 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,238 


20,000 


- 


- 


288 


- 


20,288 


- 


- 


- 


"- 


5,700 


2,500 


- 


- 




- 


2,600 


OT.884 1 


- 


- 


- 


260,006 


100,000 


64,587 


- 


05,410 


- 


260,006 


- 


- 


- 


$280 


480 


375 

1 


55 


• " 


- 


- 


430 


4,500 


- 


- 


- 


6,814 


6,000 


- 


- 


814 


- 


6,814 


321.515 


- 




- 


1.601,365 


800,000 


680.602 


- 


160,763 


- 


1,591,365 


13,815 


- 


- 


- 


155,611 


75,000 


31,335 


- 


14,276 


35,000 


155,611 



a Horeea, vehicle* and hamese. b Reeervee for poor acoonnta. 

d New engine bouee, engine and bollera. e $265 overpaid. 



c Flxtares. 
/ For developing mine*. 



128 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates op Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



Haryard Piano Com 
pany, The, . 

HaatlDga & Bona Pub 
Ushing Company, 

Hatch-Wall Flashing 
Company, The, . 

Hathaway Manufaetor 
ing Company, The, 

Hathaway, Soule & Har 
lington, Incorporated 

HaTerhill Electric Com 
pany, . 

Haverhill Electric Com 
pany (2d return), 

Haverhill Qm Light 
Company, . 

Haverhill Gazette Com 
pany, The, . 

Haverhill Ice Company 
The, • • • 

Haverhill Iron Works 
The, . 

Haverhill Odd Fellows' 
Hall Association, 

Hawks Electric Com 
pany, . 

HaydenviUeManafaetur 
ing Company, The, 

Heath Co-operative 
Creamery Association 

Heliotype Printing Com 
pany, The, . 

Henry C. Hunt Com 
pany, . . • 

Henry F. Miller and Sons 
Piano Company, . 

Henry W. Wellington 
Company, . 

Henry Wood's Sons 
Company, . 

H e r d i c Phaeton Com 
pany, . 

Hetherston Importing 
Company, The, . 




1804. 
Aug. 20, 

Aag. 6, 

Feb. 21, 

Nov. 10, 

Jane 177, 

Jan. 20, 

Oct. 6, 

Sept. 14, 

July 26, 

Aag. 14, 

June 26, 

Jan. 1, 

Feb. 10, 

Apr. 24, 

Dec. 22, 

Jane 14, 

Feb. 12, 

July 8, 

May 0, 

Jane 1, 

Feb. 27, 

Feb. 1, 



1804. 
aAag.20 

aJalylO 
Jan. 16, 
Nov. 8, 
Jane 5 

6 Jan. 10, 
Sept. 10 
Jaly 11 
Jan. 28, 

Mar. 31 

1802. 
Apr. 18, 

1803. 
Dec. 10, 

1804. 
Jan. 8, 

Feb. 28 

Oct. 1 

Feb. 10, 

Jan. 22, 

a Jane 28 

Jan. 18, 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 27 

Jan. 31 



$ft.ooo 



40,000 

6,000 

800,000 

260,000 

127,600 

127,600 

76,000 

10,000 

40,000 

80,000 

81,360 

12,000 

160,000 

1.500 

76,000 

10,000 

160,000 

9,000 

100,000 

76,000 

20,000 



$40,000 



316,864 
04,000 



288,086 



20,146 



11,600 



40,000 



1,600 



68,263 



$16,000 



16,864 

14,000 

10,444 

with 

with 



6,600 



$26,000 



200,000 
80,000 

318,206 
real 

R. E. 



6,000 



clOO 



6,088 



1,600 



48,170 



$28,071 



70S 



621,066 



87,800 



( witl 
} b'ld'i 



with 



estate 



107,020 



0,000 



8,000 



400 



28,469 



6,000 



1,606 



7.847 



41.084 I 



$2.W1 



62,061 

190 

44,868 

460,066 

( 8,760 

7,360 

6,101 

6,081 

4.273 



832 
26,220 
76,036 

670 

11,207 

3,306 

64.099 

9,SoT 

46,09:i i 
d 2,447 s 

1,772 
4,2Sl 



a Adjoamed. 



b Spedal. 



c And water privilege. 



d Snspense account. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



129 



of Corporatitnu — Continued. 



AMXT8— Oon. 


LL4Bii.rnx8. 


S.cu 

a 


• 

ja 

s 

a 

1 


i 

8 
1 

1 

a 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

3 


• 

OQ 
3 

« 


• 

1 


• 

t 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
predation. 


» 

3 


$16,861 


- 


$2,848 


- 


$20,706 


$5,000 


$12,004 




$8,791 


- 


$20,705 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120,122 


40,000 


22,782 


- 


67,340 


- 


120,122 


77 


•8,500 


260 


$682 


6,802 


6,000 


802 


- 


- 


- 


5,302 


221,392 


- 


- 


- 


1,108,000 


800,000 


291,000 


- 


12,000 


- 


1,103,090 


63,086 


- 


- 


- 


046,860 


250,000 


378,000 


- 


- 


$17,260 


645,850 


8,918 




- 


- 


280,822 


127,500 


84,800 


- 


28,920 


- 


280,322 


4,910 


- 


- 




246,874 


127,500 


02,782 




26,142 


- 


245,874 


16,683 


- 


1,600 




251,300 


75,000 


28,815 




148,094 


- 


251,800 


- 


- 


254 




16,285 


10,000 


6,286 


- 


- 


- 


16,235 


a 1,800 


- 


- 


38,501 


04,104 


40,000 


24,104 


- 


- 


- 


04,164 


- 


- 


6 8,486 
e 5,505 


1 60»000 


80,000 


80,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


80,000 


- 


- 


tfl28 


12,406 


68,450 


81,850 1 


« 20,000) 

/ 1,600 S 

^000) 


- 


- 


- 


58,450 


4.887 


- 


11,204 


" 


40,821 


12,000 


22,680 


- 


0,286 


- 


40,821 


104^ 


- 


- 




271,824 


160,000 

1 


120,722 


- 


1,102 


^ 


271,824 


- 


- 


205 


- 


2,876 


1,160 


1,279 


- 


440 


- 


2,875 


7.446 


- 


0,642 


28,414 


82,107 


75,000 


7,107 


- 


- 


- 


82,107 


11,100 


- 


- 


• 


10,405 


10,000 


8,800 


- 


006 


- 


19,405 


170,980 


A 10,000 


- 


- 


800,080 


150,000 


160,298 


- 


8,788 


- 


309,036 








- 


0,337 


9,000 


- 


- 


337 


- 


9,387 


80,328 


- 


- 


- 


128,054 


100,000 


25,280 




- 


3,074 


128,954 


- 


1,000 


91,700 


83,066 


180,304 


75,000 j 


i 82,000 
29,304 


- 


- 


- 


186,364 


15,090 




1,461 


53 


21,424 


10,000 


11,424 


- 


- 


- 


21,424 



a lee. b Treaaory stock. e Oatatandlng unpaid stock. d Sinking fand. « Mortgage note. 
/ Notes, ff Bills. h And scales and patterns. i Bonded. 



130 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 









Abstract of Certificates 


OF Condition 




a 


• 


Ized 

tiOD. 


A8SXT8. 


NAME OP CORPO- 
RATION. 


WhenCertificaU 
Filed. 


1 

O 

1 


Capital Stock as 1 
by the Corpora 


Real EsUte. 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

a 

2 

o 


• 

1 


3 


Hevwood Boot and Shoe 
Company, . 


18M. 
Apr. 8, 


1804. 
Mar. 5, 


$100,000 


» 


s 


s 


$86,807 


$78,814 


High Rock Granite Com- 
pany, The, . 


Apr. 11, 


1803. 
a Dec. 20, 


6,000 


$1,500 


$1,000 


$600 




2 


Highland Foundry Com* 
pany, .... 


Apr. 4, 


1804. 
Jan. 20, 


80,000 


. 


. 


. 


500 


30,324 


Highland Ice Company, 


June 13, 


May 15. 


10,000 


36,000 


27,000 


0.000 


400 


2,000 


Highland MllU, . 


Feb. 7, 


Jan. 18. 


70,000 


15,000 


with 


R.E. 


26,855 


28.143 


Hillii Company, The, . 


Nov. 20, 


Nov. 12, 


30,000 


22,077 


- 


- 


10,700 


2,784 


Hlngham Cordage Com- 
pany, .... 


Feb. 8, 


Feb. 5, 


1 
25,000 


— 


- 


35,000 


40,000 


820 


Hlngham Dairy Asaocla- 
ilon, .... 


June 25, 


Feb. 8, 


20,000 


0,500 


6,000 


3,500 


360 


4,46S 


Hlngham Water Com- 
pany 


Aug. 7, 


Aug. 0, 


120,000 


, 820,680 


with 


real 


estate 


1,567 


Hintdale Co-operative 
Creamery Auoclation, 


Oct. 28, 


Oct. 18, 


4.000 ' 


. 


. 


3,145 


i,n5 


4,819 


HolUngaworth & Voee 
Company, . 


jQly 18, 


May 0. 


400,000 


445,641 


with 


real 


esute 


168,230 


HolUnnworth and Whit- 
ney Company, . 


liay 16, 


Apr. 80, 


1 
700,000 


422,000 


127,000 


205,000 


278.000 


167,055 


HoUieton Hameee Com- 
pany, .... 


Feb. 27, 


Jan. 8, 


6,000 




— 


- 


2.000 


6,173 


HolUeton Water Com- 
pany, .... 


Apr. 27, 


a Feb. 8, 


60,000 


8,000 


8,000 


6,000 


0.000 


. 


Holmes Provision and 
Cold Storage Com- 
pany 


Oct. 13, 


Sept. 1, 


1 
80,000 






17,600 


b 15,837 


28,928 


Holtzer-Cabot Electric 
Company, The, . 


Mar. 28, 


Mar. 6, 


100,000 


( 


. 


- 


28)612 


67,880 


Holyoke and Northamp- 
ton Boom and Lumber 
Company, . 


June 80, 


May 10, 


1 

1 

50,000 


1 
1 

26,000 


4.000 


22,000 


14,000 


. 


Holyoke and Sonth Had- 
ley Falls Ice Company, 
The, .... 


Mar. 6, 


1803. 
Dec. 23, 


15,000 


35,563 


with 


R.E. 


^ 


3.265 


Holyoke Bar Co., The, . 


Feb. 1, 


1804. 
a Jan. 10, 


10,000 


• 




- 


1.000 


8,627 


Holyoke Card and Paper 
Company, The, . 


Mar. 5, 


Jan. 0, 


100,000 


25.066 


with 


R.E. 


24,150 


63,306 


Holyoke Coal and Wood 
Company, . 


Oct. 20, 


a Oct. 15, 


6,000 


— 




. 


. 


8,841 


Holyoke Envelope Com- 
pany 


June 6, 


May 20, 


30,000 


55,000 


with 


R. B. 


50,000 

1 


66,892 



a Adjourned. 



b And flztures. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



131 



0/ Gorporatiotu — Con tinned. 



«» • *« 
57ia 



$60,202 



92,971 

6,000 

20,838 

42,570 

96 



1,632 

430 

117,119 

230,686 

12,110 

87,147 

9,994 
09,709 



1,096 

4,755 

73,104 

10,863 

38,244 



A8SBT8— Con. 



3 
•a 

s 

a 
2 

£ 



$576 



9 
O 

a 



I 



o 



$76 



12,000 



22,199 



8,700 



1,908 



62,200 
100,000 



3,083 



7,364 



^8 

0*0 



$6,364 



2,406 



1,821 



10,000 



6,000 
2,570 



o 
H 



$181,883 

6,931 

147,776 
43,400 
89,887 
87,140 

96,114 

24,849 
334,737 

10,109 

788,190 

1,197,040 

20,283 
104,147 

71,769 
109,784 

60,000 

47,887 
14,882 

181,625 
28,274 

210,186 







• 




M 




o 




s 




02 




1 


i 


P* 


.A 


3 


& 



LlABILITOBB. 



$100,000 

6,000 

80,000 
10,000 
70,000 
80,000 

76,000 

20,000 

120,000 

8,426 

400,000 

700,000 

6,000 

60,000 

30,000 
109,000 

60,000 

16,000 

10,000 

100,000 

6,000 

80,000 



$40,988 

981 

67,776 

30,804 

9,718 

21,929 

1,700 

4,849 

160,000 

4,681 

356,882 

872,120 

10.246 

64,147 

41,769 
49,633 



23,000 



4,142 



45,223 



18,766 



109,004 



Profit 

M. 


OS 


O 


a-s 


alanee 
and L 


eservo 
precia 


1 « 


« 1 



5 

o 



1 

$24,287 


1 
$16,168 

1 


- 


10,119 


86,211 


- 


21,414 


- 


64,787 


- 


- 


2,113 


26,808 


- 


126,511 


- 


4,088 


" 




20,161 


9,887 


« 


240 


^ 


11,802 


26,000 


3,519 


- 


1,100 


10,082 



6,981 

147,776 
40,304 
89,837 
87,140 

98,114 

24,849 
334,737 

10,100 

783,190 

1,197,040 

20,283 
104,147 

71,769 
109,784 

50,000 

47,887 
14,382 

181,526 
28,274 

210,130 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abttract oj Certificates of Cokditiom 



, . , 


1 


Am*t>. 






1 

1 




1 


1 


h 
1l 


Holyoke BrdrMil mod 
I^D Worti. . . 


IBM. 
F«b. I«, 


ISH. 


^m 






•l>,«4t 


tI8,Mt 


•a,oti 


Holyaka Uuhlne Com- 


F»b. T, 








•rtlb 


rua 


«MaU 




Holjak* PkpcrCam- 
P»J 


M.r ». 


■l>y IT, 


MCOOO 




r«/)oo 




1«,000 


»1,I4I 


Hol^oke 8DUh Oom- 

my.Th 


Dm. SI, 


oDws.M. 


B,Ma 


- 


1.4T0 






TJT 


Hollioka W>ni Com- 








W.148 
1,11S,7»6 


wltb 
3G1,I0C 


r«l 
I«4,W0 


wlata 


»T01 


Holyoke Wmtir Power 
Oompmny, . . . 


Oct. ». 


Ort. 11, 


1,J00.«» 


i.m,SM 


Home N«.r«p»p« Fob- 
lliblDC Oninpan;, 


J«.. IMt 


Ju. t. 


I0,1X» 


- 




- 


fts,»8a 


Tjai 


HoHHlidt Etartlo flood. 

tJorapuiy, . 


Apr. M, 


lUr.M, 


1».000 


48,100 






m,ooa 


01,010 








«o,ooo 

«W,DOO 


IT^»)0 

18,000 


wltb 
soo 


R. B. 

W.100 


»,oao 
10.000 




O^pany, Tbe, . 


Ht H. 


Apr. M, 


n,ii4 


iSTrnpur, . . . 


Aug. 18. 


Jnly W. 


tafiOi 


31,000 


ISJWO 


10,000 


10,000 


t,«M 


"p^Comp-oy. . "■. 


July 14, 


Jnu 4. 


S,000 










8.JW 




Fab. 30, 


J>D. W, 


I&,QOO 






»,wo 




1.M3 


Horn ud Bnpply Oon.- 
pMJ.Th., . . . 


Auf. U. 


JOH », 


SO.O0O 


8,6M 


100 


6,882 


6.m 


14,008 


Honur Uufaino Oau- 
PMy.Th 


Mw. », 


Fab. 14, 


J&.OM 








14.S0T 


7,BM 


IIortDD Akeriay Com. 
p.ny.Tl», . . . 


Jane o, 


Jana 4, 


1B.600 








11,»> 


M4I 


""^rss^. 






10,000 












llowird Broltaen MaD- 
uf»ctnrlng Oompuf, 












40,000 




4M00 




3MT0 

w,aoo 




Compmoy, . . - 


Apr. M. 


.Apr.lT, 


VCB 








T&,000 
I/»0,W) 


Hitsa 


10,4»0 
»,8»0 


S,S40 
l»0,4W 






Howluid UIIL* Oon»ra- 
llOD 


D«i.IO, 


D*J. 5. 


70,tT3 


Uoilt llloanl Bo>p 


B«pt.», 


: July 10, 


B,<X» 








MM 


1,600 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



133 



oj Corporations — Continued. 



Abbits— Con. 



.-So > 

a^ 2 • I 
■ 202 9 



$14,186 

114,225 

101,378 

25 

9,242 

20,04« 

1,248 

48,076 

70,117 

89,838 

21,095 

598 



14,072 

5,479 

11,370 

4,840 

38,271 
47,686 

6o,ni 

8i>2,676 
500 



3 



a 





«■ 


m 

1 




O 


^S 


a 


Q 


s 


glj 


§ 


S'g 


S 


-sS 


14 


a 



s 



Liabilities. 



$19,681 



$1,900 



lOO 



1,000 



10,000 



a 262 



$18,747 



2,149 



1,705 166 



642 



-} 



9,480 



105 



520 



1,029 

<f 5,011 
525 



4,862 
9,228 



73,080 



47 



15,428 



$113,832 



682,782 



m 






3 



S 

& 



Q 



n 



Q . 
ss 

I" 



m 
o 



$60,000 



300,000 



758,519 , 500,000 



6,500 



6,500 



106,001 I 60,000 



$53,882 



175,814 



107,005 



1,087 



600 



12,000 



2,259,226 

12,326 

177,928 

449,898 

207,282 

69,611 

6,366 

20,789 

41,813 

48,628 

29,751 

10,791 

132,972 
78,404 

142,005 

2,180,613 

15,000 



1,200,000 

10,000 

125,000 

400,000 

200,000 

80,000 

5,000 

15,000 

20,000 

26,000 

18,500 

8,270 

45,000 

40,000 

75,000 

1,000,000 

6,000 



9,000 



543 d$525,000 



2,826 

9,662 

6,701 

7,232 

25,90& 

1,166 

4,722 

17,141 

23,628 

16,618 

2,521 

67,439 

83,604 

53,877 

900,344 

9,000 



c 1,067 



«683 



$131,202 



38,016 



1,038 



183,683 



43,266 



8,197 



3,706 
200 



20,633 



2,400 



4,600 



190,269 



$75,766 



113,498 



86,068 



350,000 



40,000 



4,672 



2,400 



8,718 



$113,832 

682,782 

758,619 

6,600 

106,091 

2,259,226 

12,326 

177,928 

449,898 

207,232 

69,611 

6,366 

20,789 

41.818 

48,628 

29,761 

10,791 

182,972 

78,404 

142,095 

2,180,613 

15,000 



a Patlenifl. b Special reserve for dam renewal. 

d OfDce famlture, patterns and drawings. 



c Income account. 

fi Subject to vote of directors. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract 0/ Cebtificatbb of Conditioh 





a 




II 


AMn* 


" 


^-_ 


rtAUa Of CORPO- 


1 


1 










RATION. 


1 










Bnb«r PtioUPS Ptm 

Compuij, . . . 


1«U. 
JnD« 1. 


■by il. 




J 


udlopplTOompur, 


Nw. I&. 


Oct. H. 








J 


HDllEI«lrio Light ud 


Oct. 22. May S. 


«,«. 


U,K1 


.Hb 


R.E. 


•M.JW 


4.SM 


[utDrinE (Smpu;, '. 


Aai.JT. 1 U>y W, 


mjM 


302.4W 


with 


Tfi 


HtU* 


T«.Mi 


HulchlDi Uuhliia Cotn- 


JOD. IS, 


aUv». 


.„ 


- 








S8.T0! 


HoWliln.NuTOwF.bric 


Feb. M, 


aJu. 19. 


W,OQO 


- 


. 


. 


«,M0 


«.tsa 


Oompmar. . 


j»iy aa, 


July 10, 


MOO 


4J00 


•1.000 


WM 


3.«» 


s,«o 


HjdBP«kCoi.ip.nr, . 


M.y 17, 


Apr. 0. 


1^,000 




. 


- 


1,81(1 


ooa 


H7d» Park Vftttr Com- 
P»°J 


Apr. 20, 


Apr. », 


100,000 


10.002 


wllb 


,... 


16,000 


1,0«1 


JDgOomp.By.Th.. . 


8.pt.». 


J*p. 4, 


0,000 




. 




. 


ftWO 


Im, But .nd Blih Oom- 
p«r.Th.(tel8M).. 


Apr. SO. 


Not. i*. 


1I,«00 








UfiOO 


1,SM 


I«. B.ltuidFlihCam- 
p.nj.Th., . . . 


D«. 2«. 


Not. is. 


l^ooo 




. 




c 20.000 


1.081 


ImproTHl Dw.tllDga At- 


F«b. 17. 


aJu.U. 


lOOWl 


iao.<«7 


wHb 


R.K. 


. 


i,ni 


'-asr.fT«;t 


Ju. 11, 


Ju. •, 


20.000 


11.1K 


- 




1.206 




IndtaAlkMlWorki, . 


M.r. 12. 


J.n. S, 


10.000 


ij." 


IndU Drag Compidy, . 


Jnn. 4, 


M.y H. 


B,000 






- 


- 


sum 


iBdI.D Orshard Com- 
f«J 


Jul; t. 


M.y M, 


ia.oaa 


iN.Bn 


ss,ra 


U0.2U 


«.TM 


20,7SI 


IddluOrelurdUIIL., . 


Apr. J. 


Feb. IS. 


B00.000 


- 


- 




- 


'WM 


lodiutrUI CoopenUTB 


F<b. IS. 


J«i. 8, 


ig.*a) 


20,000 


. 


_ 


. 


V" 


lD>l>ntFn«»rConi. 
p.ny.The, . . . 


Not. •. 


ll.y 1. 


(.000 






- 


. 


. 


Ipi-lch Co*pe™il« 
Cnunery CampaoT, 
Tb» 


Apr. 2T. 


Apr. 8, 


4,«l» 


2.000 


200 


2,700 


1,»0 


101 


Ipiirleh Qu Light Com- 


AIU.23. 


Jaly n. 


H.I»D 


. 


3.700 


- 


1.000 


UKS 


IpnrldiUltU. . . 


Not. N. 


Not. 27, 


"•••» 


100,000 


wiib 


rMl 


'^ 


¥>tfiX 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continned. 



135 



Abbstb—Ood. 






LlABIL 

1 
1 

f 


IT1E8. 






sis.- 


• 

S 

a 

1 


• 

a 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


■ 


• 

1 

OQ 
3 

6 


• 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 

1 


• 

1 


$18,084 


$88,000 


- 


$12,898 


$»,ao7 


$75,000 


$24,607 


- 


- 


- 


$09,607 


8,500 


- 


- 


- 


25.815 


10,000 


14,514 


- 


$1,801 


- 


26,815 


2,063 


- 


a $56,775 


2,528 


145,280 


60,000 


85,289 


- 


- 


- 


145,289 


180,390 


- 


- 




400,624 


150,000 


159,032 


- 


68,579 


$32,013 


400,624 


1,500 


- 


27,825 


- 


114,527 


25,000 


89,527 


- 


- 


- 


114,527 


27,107 


- 


987 


- 


85,080 


40,000 


40,064 


- 


5,016 


- 


85,080 


2,140 


- 


100 


- 


18,602 


8,000 


315 


- 


8,287 


2,000 


13,602 


4.206 


- 


50 


13,447 


19,821 


15,000 


4,821 


- 


- 


- 


19,821 


- 


- 


226,814 


- 


268,698 


1 100,000 


104,841 


- 


- 


58,857 


263,698 


- 


- 


- 


6,700 


7,100 


6.000 


1,100 


- 


- 


- 


7,100 


62,249 


- 


cSOO 


1,784 


21,160 


15,000 


6,169 


- 


- 


- 


21,169 


1,074 


- 


875 


1,506 


25,488 


15,000 


10,488 


- 


- 


- 


25,488 


- 


- 


- 


- 


122,518 


100,000 


17,000 


- 


5,518 


- 


122,518 


- 


- 


. 


- 


22,058 


20,000 


1,300 


- 


758 


- 


22,058 


3,090 


- 


570 


- 


21,226 


20,000 


1,226 


- 


- 


- 


21,226 


14,428 




- 


602 


46,875 


5,000 


41,876 


- 


- 


- 


46,875 


80,446 


- 


- 


- 


274,087 


225,000 


44,066 


- 


5,921 


- 


274,987 


i wlthC. 
j ftD.R. 


" 


- 


413,068 


429,900 


420,900 


- 


- 


- 


- 


429,900 


11,969 




<f 1,880 


- 


88,593 


18,420 


10,616 
« 1,897 


j $6,797 


148 


/716 


88,503 


1,000 


3,000 


800 


1,800 


5,600 


5,000 


600 


- 


- 


- 


5,600 


30O ' 


- 


- 


- 


4,501 


4,000 


400 


- 


- 


101 


4,601 


73 i 




o 5,100 
A 1.800 


1 10,830 


24,705 


16,000 


8,705 


- 


- 


- 


24,705 


40,255^ 


- 


- 


- 


631,781 


400,000 


25,955 


- 


205,826 


- 


631,781 



a Lioee, ete. 

e Unpaid dividends. 



b Herring, pollock, etc. 
/ Sinking fund. 



c Steamboat. 
g Street mains. 



d Fixtures. 
h Meters. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Certikicates of Cokditiom 



J. C. Aysr Comp* 

enoB Shm Com* 



I. CanaDt CompaDy, 

I. Oaoaliisbam 
Miy. . 
.. H. Harne and 
Campaii;, Tlw, 

J.H.Loekny Pluio.«ue 
"nmpany, . 

irapuny, . 

, Wmrren Company. 

J. L. and T. D. P«k 

llimahiclnrlDg Cam- 
p"y 

ny 

. Cmr CompaBy, 

. ITfllMD & Son Shoe 
mpaoy (for 18B3), . 

. NelMD & eoD 8boe 
impany, . 



-:r.. 


ISS4 
aApt.fr, 


»10^ 


Bept.ie. 


June 10. 


12,000 


July M, 


June SB, 


300.000 


Jan. SI. 


Jan. I, 


10,000 


|[.r. IS. 


liar. 6. 


20,000 


Feb. fi, 


Dec. it, 


10.000 


May 2, 


IBM. 
Apr. n. 


i»,ooo 


Mar. H. 


Feb. 18. 


6.000 


Feb. M. 


Jan. M. 


60,000 


Fab. ao. 


Jan. 16, 


1J6.000 


Not. 10. 


Oot. 1. 


80,000 


Feb. IT, 


Jan. K. 


26.000 


Apr. S. 


Jan. 1, 


30.000 


Jnly 6. 


Vtb. 0, 


100,000 


Sept. 10, 


Jnly », 


11,000 


June W, 


June 14, 


to,ooo 


Jan. 4, 


I9B3. 
Dec. M. 


100,000 


Dec. ST. 


Dee. 1, 


lo^ooo 


Jan. 31. 


Jan. 2*. 


«,ooo 


Jan. n. 


Jan. 16, 


l^ooo 


Jan, 20, 


Jan. IB. 


20.000 


Deo. 10, 


Nov. 13, 


M,000 


Aug. ». 


June M. 


•,»00 


May M. 


May S. 


.«,«» 








"^ — 1 




i. 


i 




i 








X 


»20,000 


MMM 


1 10,000 

a.«o 

SS.000 




■ 


18.000 


wub 


laal 


eWate 


!J,000 


33.000 


38.TOT 


10.000 


1S.1JS 


9.M2 

0,502 




E.E. 


80,000 


8,760 


21,203 


8,120 


with 


R.B. 

30,000 


ifiOO 
28.000 


- 


Mfieo 


28.000 


with 


R.E. 


13,348 


with 


R.E. 


6,208 



84301 
10,631 



18,043 

14^T66 

1S03'4 

0,413 



8 A IJ ptopetty tn 



le BoatoB tee Company. April 1. 1803. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



137 



of Corporationt — Contiuued. 



Assets— r Con. 


LlABIUTIES. 


s'si 
illi 


• 

1 


•* 


Balance Profit 
and LoM. 


• 

5 


Capital Stock, i 


• 

1 


• 

8 


Balance Profit 
and Loea. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


■ 

3 

o 


(106,098 


- 


$102,980 


- 


$469,971 


$10,000 


$330,199 


- 


$229,772 


- 


$469,971 


4,800 


- 


- 


- 


18,296 


12,000 


2,902 


- 


8,394 


- 


18,206 


408,140 


- 


9,676 


- 


554,778 


800,000 


249,887 


- 


4,886 




554,773 


6,515 


- 


fc 


- 


49,268 


48,000 


- 


- 


- 


$1,268 


49,268 


17,750 


- 


- 


- 


85,974 


20,000 


4,674 


- 


1,300 


- 


25,974 


6,U1 


- 


- 




15,926 


10,000 


5,074 


- 


852 


- 


15,926 


1]2,5«7 


- 


879 




842,879 


150.000 


119,470 


$82,519 


- 


40,390 


342,379 


- 




5,406 


- 


14,609 


5.000 


7,681 


- 


1,978 


- 


14,609 


17,188 


a $10,000 


M,500 


- 


64,641 


50,000 


11,641 


- 


3,000 


- 


64,641 


21,602 


- 


- 


- 


185,900 


125,000 


59,501 


- 


609 


- 


185,200 


34,913 




1,749 


- 


84,558 


80,000 


46,002 


- 


8,556 


- 


84,558 


24,606 


- 


- 


- 


32,929 


25,000 


7,638 


- 


291 


- 


32,929 


58,557 


- 


4,896 


- 


102,456 


80,000 


71,828 


- 


1,183 


- 


102,456 


126.968 


«rith 
li.M. 


andS. 
in P. 


( - 


280,745 


100,000 


148,268 


- 


17,477 


- 


260,745 


44,024 


- 


c 1,620 


- 


86,197 


14,000 


64,792 




405 


17,000 


86,197 


14,584 


- 


- 


- 


52,027 


40,000 


10,912 


- 


1,115 


- 


52,027 


44.434 


- 


- 


p 


251,180 


100,000 


151,189 


- 


- 


- 


251,189 


56,881 


- 


- 


- 


250,755 


100,000 


150,765 


- 


- 


- 


250,755 


29,432 


- 


- 


- 


62,188 


40,000 


1,196 


- 


8,082 


S d 5,800 
i € 6,210 


62,188 


5,835 


6,000 


302 


- 


22,122 


15,000 


757 


- 


1,215 


5,150 


22,122 


39,900 


- 




- 


60,795 


20,000 


21,084 


- 


- 


9,761 


50,795 


30,494 


- 


- 


- 


62,979 


40,000 


22,979 


- 


- 


- 


62,979 


729 


8,013 


119 


- 


7,660 


6,300 


418 


- 


951 


- 


7,669 


- 


- 




$40,400 


42,000 


42,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,000 



a And patterns. 
d Ob baildinga. 



b Bnlldlngs and fixtures on leased land. 
« On machinery. 



c Small tooMv 



138 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abttraet of CBitnnoATES of CSondition 





When Certificate was 
Filed. 


as 

1 

1 


Capital Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation. 


AMBTt. 


NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 


• 

1 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

& 

a 

i 



PQ 


• 


3 


Jamea Ramage Paper 
Company, . 


1894 
Oct. SI, 


1894 
Oct. S6, 


$85,000 


$48,000 


$18,000 


$30,000 


$87,000 


•88,883 


Jamea Raaaell Boiler 
Works Company, 


Feb. 8, 


Jan. 23, 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


6»422 


8,663 


Jameson and Knowlea 
Company, . 


June 19, 


M^r. 20, 


60,000 


- 


• 


- 


11,541 


0,500 


Janris Engineering Com- 
pany, .... 


Aug. 31, 


July 23, 


100,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81,800 


Jenkins Bfannfaoturing 
Corporation, 


Feb. 10, 


Jan. 20, 


50.000 


27,000 


with 


R.E. 


42,025 


10,704 


Jenney Mnnnfaotnrlng 
Company, The, . 


Mar. 6, 


Jan. 9, 


75,000 


50,435 


with 


R.B. 


87,265 


40,985 


Jesse Eddy Manufactur- 
ing Company, The, . 


June 1, 


May 31, 


• 60,000 


- 


• 


- 


4,689 


104,882 


Jewett Lumber Com- 
pany, .... 


Apr. 9, 


Mar. 22, 


75,000 


• 


- 


20,000 


10,000 


57,207 


Jewett Piano Company, 


May 16, 


Feb. 12, 


20,000 


12,895 


6,470 


7,426 




18,008 


John C. DeLaney Mould- 
ing Company, 


Feb. SO, 


1898. 
Deo. 26, 


5,000 


. 


- 


- 


4,018 


9,407 


John C. Maclnnes Com- 
pany, .... 


Mar. 1, 


1894. 
Feb. 13, 


100,000 




.. 


- 




90,094 


John B. Brown Manu- 
facturing Company, 
The, .... 


Apr. 4, 


Feb. 27, 


16,000 


. 




^ 


16,000 


6,488 


John L. Whiting and 
Bon Company, . 


Ang. 23, 


Jnly 17, 


800,000 


. 




- 


58,000 


201,482 


John P. Lovell Arms 
Company, . 


May 11, 


6 Apr .18, 


ll!5,000 


- 


. 


- 




102,251 


John P. Squire and Com- 
pany, Corporation, . 


Dec. 10, 


6 Nov. 6, 


200,000 


• 


- 






756,740 


John Pilling Shoe Com- 
pany, .... 


July 11, 


Mar. 2, 


10,000 


• 


- 


- 


4,000 


67^98 


John Rhodes Warp 
Company, . 


July 11, 


June 30, 


100,000 


86,170 


with 


R.B. 


88.880 


18,445 


John Robbins Nfanufact- 
urlng Co., Tho, . 


June 1, 


Jan. 15, 


10.000 


. 


. 


- 


6,101 


1.3« 


John Russell Cutlery 
Company, . 


July 25, 


July 18, 


300,000 


200,000 


-. 




70,000 


75,486 


John 8. Wolfe Company, 
Tho, .... 


Jan. 22. 


Jan. 1, 


10,000 


. 


- 




- 


26,839 


John Wales Company, . 


Aug. 16, 


July 25, 


160,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81,091 


JohnAon Manufacturing 
Company, . 


Aug. 0, 


July 13, 


250,000 


178,434 


- 


- 


296,512 


71.130 


Joseph Breck & Sons' 
Corporation, 


Feb. 9, 


1893. 
Not. 8, 


125,000 


- 


- 


- 


el6,U0 


160,806 



a Equity. b Adjourned. 

c Fixtures, furniture. Improvements, patent and copy righta, leases and good-will. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



139 



of Corporations — Continued. 





Assvn^Oon. 






Liabilities. 


• 




illi 

34 


• 

3 

1 

a 
3 


• 

• 
P 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


• 

3 




1 

1 

Capital Stock. 


■ 

3 

1 


1 


Balance Profit 
and Lobs. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 

3 


$44,908 


- 


- 


- 


$165,130 


$86,000 


$60,900 


- 


$29,286 




$165,136 


2,8m 


- 


- 


- 


17,864 


10,000 


2,162 


$6,702 


- 


- 


17,864 


81.106 


- 


- 


$25,073 


127,220 


60,000 


67,220 




- 


- 


127,220 


U,177 


$60,000 


$20,206 


6,079 


118,824 


100,000 


18,824 


- 


- 


- 


118,824 


85,675 


- 


a 4,800 


- 


120,104 


60,000 


4,047 


- 


66,057 


- 


120,104 


20,008 


- 


- 


- 


157,638 


76,000 


77,848 


- 


5,285 


- 


157,633 


83,619 


- 


- 


21,940 


215,130 


60,000 


166,180 


- 


- 


- 


215,130 


107,088 


- 


11,062 


- 


205,822 


76,000 


112,808 


- 


17,619 


- 


205,322 


21,216* 


- 


5,290 


299 


62,762 


20,000 


82,762 


- 


- 


- 


52,762 


5,845 

J 


- 


1,680 


- 


20,946 


5,000 


10,062 


- 


3,383 


$2,600 


20,945 


120,316 


- 


12,663 


- 


153,572 


100,000 


46,003 


- 


- 


7,560 


163.572 


5,U0 


- 


- 


- 


26,647 


16,000 


9,268 


- 


1,879 


- 


25,647 


257,210 


- 


- 


- 


614,722 


800,000 


211,496 


- 


- 


3,226 


514,722 


248,501 


- 


- 


- 


410,762 


126,000 


271,872 




- 


13,880 


410,752 


1,004 A»8 


- 


85,000 


- 


1,797,743 


200,000 


1,680,799 


- 


16,944 


- 


1.797,743 


50,885 


- 


- 


• 


120,878 


10,000 


106,078 


- 


- 


4,800 


120,878 


13,120 


- 


2,887 


- 


102,962 


100,000 


2,696 


- 


267 


- 


102,952 


1,0» 


- 


w 


2,297 


11,889 


10,000 


1,389 


- 


- 


- 


11,389 


218,664 


- 


- 


- 


564,000 


300,000 


- 


- 


264,000 


- 


564,000 


4,770 


- 


6200 


- 


80,318 


10,000 


4,898 
e6,364 


d 1,000 


7,066 


1,000 


30,318 


8,072 


- 


99,522 


- 


183,686 


160,000 


31,648 


- 


2,087 


- 


183,685 


142,142 


- 


- 


- 


688,218 


125,000 


486,307 


- 


66,911 


10,000 


688,218 


181,776 


- 


« 8,000 


- 


806,781 


126,000 


162,167 


- 


- 


19,624 


306,781 



a Forty-«lght aharea capital stock. 
d Dividend. 



b Horse and fixtures, etc. c J. 8. Wolfe. 

^ And stock of other corporations held In trust. 



ANNUAL REIGNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abatraet of Cbrtimcatss of Cokditioh 



Judd Paper Oompmoji 



irn, LiDcolD uil 
II Bro1b«ri Ci 



King PhUlp mill, 

Ivl Daley Expnaa OcMnr 
pany, . . . . 

KInaley Itod and Ma- 
eti In* Company. . 

Kltioo Machlss Cm 
p«ny. . 

Kulgbti of LaborCo-ap- 



] Usdlclna 

t. ■ 

. May God 



Jum la, 
Ua)' la. 

Aof. IS, 



JdIj i, 
No*. 10, 



Jnly 

Jan. U, 

1W3. 
tTo*. U, 



Jana 29, 
Oat. 29, 



M.OOO 

100,000 

ft,MO 
1,000,000 



t>lT,lM 



Jan. 10, U, 

And ottxr awWa. 



t 


^ 


If 




*2.I» 


•B.OK 


- 


S«,0«l 


n,ooo 


R.E. 




<T.«« 


tioo 


11,000 


- 


R.K. 


»«,01S 


W.TTS 




Ml* 


M.IM 


- 


IJW 




- 


10,180 


M.SW 


R.S. 


10,000 


■ in,m 


lg,IOT 




«T,OTS 


»JM 


- 


no 


R.E. 


1,MO,000 


02,S«1 

iei,sM 


nal 


•atete 


4 1MW 




0,000 


M,«19 


\n,M 


1M.T90 


S00.W3 


M 


- 






3,10t 


«,fll» 




T,M0 


•^ 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



Ul 



0/ Corporations — Continaed. 



AMBT8 — OOD. 







2-3 






p 





s 

I 



g . 

2^ 



s 

o 
H 



4,672 

106,838 

20,871 
885 
17,535 
29,748 
63,060 

326,702 



♦1.600 



1,728 



2,200 



16,000 



2,007 



a 10,000 



with cash and d*btf rr cVable 



54,430 



$5,000 



2,800 



11,172 



5,9-24 



8,000 



9,029 
349,048 ' 100,000 



1,000 
40,473 
12,186 



6488 



07,045 



/1.705 



S ^1,700 
( 8,178 



$48,570 



22,955 



$25,887 

132,000 
79,282 

14,725 
530,122 

69.797 

60,464 

100,328 

220,324 



LIABILITIB8. 



I 

3 

I 



(3 



s 



Profit 

M. 


1 

» . 

u a 



85 




Aq 


s >~ 


«8 * 


S o< 


oq 


()4 



5 

o 



$15,000 

100,000 
24,000 

16,000 
350,000 

I 25,000 

40,000 

100,000 

80,000 



125,889 100,000 



5,010 
2,330,440 



5.600. 
1,000,000 



10,000 10,000 



326,798 



318,974 



18,853 



200,000 



150,000 



8,270 



71,497 50,000 



18,858 
1,222,088 



5,000 
000,000 



1,925 1,925 



1,000 
90,746 
20,215 



5,000 
85,000 
15,000 



$9,545 

22,000 
55,282 



21,440 



10,404 



7,732 



64,270 



22,804 



709,163 



22,823 
3,000 

c 1,160 
3,874 

21,497 

13,858 
79,080 



$842 



10,000 



$186kl22 



50,000 



l( with 
18,367 |< bal. 
?P.&L. 



$86,054 



1,506 



3,035 

110 
521,283 



30,000 



d 8,678 



34,806 
11,215 



62,818 



135,974 



1,606 



100,000 



41,162 



$25,387 

132,000 
79,282 

16,000 
536,122 

> 59,797 

. 50,464 

109,328 

220,824 

126,339 

5,610 
2,330,446 

10,000 

326,798 

318,974 



26,940 



e 375 , 13,853 



71,497 



543,608 



18,868 
1,222,688 

l,92r> 

5,000 

96,746 

26,215 



a Peraonal property. 
f Sinking fund. 



b Fixtures. 
/ Piping, etc. 



c IxMna and Interest. 
ff Treasury stock. 



d Beeerve dividend. 



142 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



I 



P 9 



C 

I 






L. M. Harris Manafact- 
uring Company, . 

L. Spragne Company, . 

L. W. Pond Machine 
Company, . 

Lady Grey Perfumery 
Company, . 

Lagoon Pond Company 
In Dukes County, 

Lake Williams Ice Com- 
pany, The, . 

Lakeside Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Lambeth Rope Company, 

Lamprey Boiler Furnace 
Mouth Protector Com- 
pany, .... 

Lamson and Goodnow 
Manufacturing Com- 
pany, .... 

Lancaster Manufactur- 
ing Company, 

Lancaster Mills, 

Lancaster Slate Com- 
pany, .... 

Lancaster Water Com- 
pany 

LanesvUle Granite Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Lang & Jacobs Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Langdon Mitre Box Com- 
pany (for 1893), . 

Langdon Mitre Box Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Laurel Lake Mills, 

Lawrence Duck Com- 
pany 

Lawrence Flyer and 
Spindle Works, . 

Lawrence G as Company , 




1894. 
Mar. 2e 

Mar. 20 
Mar. 6 
July 26 
May 11 
June 9 

May 7 

Apr. 12 

Oct. 22 

Aug. 6 

Mar. 24 
Dec. 24 

Feb. 27 

June 14 

Mar. 9 

Nov. 16 

Jan. 10 

Nov. 16 
Oct. 24 

July 11 

Jan. 27 
Feb. 15 



1894. 
Feb. 14, 

Feb. 21, 



Jan. 9, 

June 18, 

Feb. 21, 

May 7, 

> Mar. 81, 
i Apr. 4, 

a Oct. 17, 

July 31, 

Mar. 19, 
Dec. 12, 

Jan. 6, 

Apr. 4, 

Jan. 29, 

Oct. 1, 

1893. 
Oct. 81, 

1894. 
Oct. 26, 

Oct. 16, i 
June 26, 
Jan. 24, 



$120,000 
40,000 

30,000 

5,000 

500 

8,000 

30,000 
126,000 

12,600 

381,600 

26,000 
1,200,000 

100,000 

60,000 

60,000 

6,000 

20,000 

20,000 
400,000 

300,000 

60,000 







AesKTS. 








■ 






5 


1 


and W 
Power. 


i 

a 


6 

3 




Real: 


Land 
ter 


Build 




1 

Cash 



$68,807 



I 
36,835 ' with 



Feb. 6, , 500,000 



$300 



20,321 with 



76,000 

20,000 
865,000 

16,000 



147,432 

212,859 

64,229 
I c 628,696 



with 

with 
with 

10,000 



21,700 






R.B. 



R.B. 

$53,755 



$60,679 
16,166 

37,300 



$6,066 
16,190 

S,S07 

•97 



880 



2,700 



11,978 ; 12,407 
67,.')25 6,2M 



R.B. 

R.B. 
real 

6,000 



24,073 123,859 



with 



R.E. 



80,440 14,789 
with I real 



2,079 

66,044 

17,000 
estate 

21,000 
9,894 



0,907 

38,335 

4,SftS 

341,197 



863 



863 



S ».®o^ 

3,203 



1,78S 



943 



367,616 32,300 



100,000 



1,600 



eeUte 



55,446 



6,0SS 
4A,440 



a Adjourned. 



b Notes receivable. 



c Gas account. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



143 



of CorporaHoM — Continued. 



A88KTS — Con. 






Liabilities. 

2 . 

i 8^ 

1 ^s 


1 

Reserve for De- 
preciation. ' 

1 




Manufactures, 
Materials and 
Btock in Proo* 
es«. 


Patent RlghU. 


MIscellaneons. 


Balance Profit 
and Loss. 


Total. 


• 

•8 
2 

I 

3 


• 

•s 


1 


♦58.281 


1 


^ 


^ 


$172,412 


$120,000 


$18,470 




$24,379 


$9,563 


$172,412 


13.300 


- 


- 


- 


81,400 


40.000 


28,623 


- 


12,867 


- 


81,490 


18.222 


1 
1 


- 


t28.186 


82,106 


30,000 


52.105 


- 


- 


- 


82,106 


61.365 


- 


- 


- 


62.862 


6,000 


47.362 


- 


- 


- 


52,362 


- 


1 


a$600 


- 


600 


600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


600 


3.200 




1,400 


400 


8,880 


8,000 


880 




- 


- 


8,880 


36.775 




- 


- 


81,476 


80,000 


61,003 




473 


~ 


£1,476 


- 


- 


- 


- 


117,660 


107,560 


10,000 


- 




_ 


117,560 


2,788 


$2,600 


- 


8,611 


22,786 


12,600 


10,286 


- 


- 


- 


22,785 


131.282 


- 


1,160 


6261.210 


672,060 j 


300,000 
c 81,600 


j 76,660 




<2 114,800 


- 


572,960 


8,162 


- 


- 




40,660 


26,400 


22,495 


- 


1,655 


- 


49,550 


686,079 


withj 


M. a1. M. 
&8.inP. 


1 - 


1,702,176 


1,200,000 


400,000 


$192,176 


with 


reserves 


1,792,176 


600 


- 


« 3,663 


70,471 


110,648 


100,000 


10,643 








110,643 


- 




/ 42.000 


- 


42,000 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


2,000 


- 


42,000 


8.668 


• 


^10,400 ) 
A 8,600 } - 
i200 ) 


80,733 


60,000 


29,605 


7,988 


2,140 


- 


89.788 


6.066 




800 


- 


9,068 


5,000 


1,674 


- 


2,404 


- 


9,068 


8,262 


10,000 


i»,Wl 


- 


21,814 


20,000 


655 


- 


- 


1,289 


21,814 


2.664 


it 10,000 


i».»01 




20,871 


20,000 


- 


- 


371 


- 


20,871 


161.619 


- 


- 


- 


608,857 


400,000 


194,995 


- 


103.862 


- 


608,857 


83,107 


- 


- 


- 


461,412 


300,000 


100,000 


- 


61,412 


- 


451,412 


1,640 


. 


1,100 


12,607 


77,264 


50.000 


27,254 


- 


- 




77,264 


36,727 




n04.681 
ml36k648 


1 - 


1 

■ 863,041 

1 
1 


690,000 1 


71125,000/ 
' 40,000^ 

1 


1 q 17^700 
( r 3,126 


77,167 


■" 


853,041 



a Dam and dyke creek. b Old. c Preferred stock. 
/ RigbU, fraochlsea and plant. g Vessel property, 

i Tools and fixtares. k And good -will, 

m Edison electric plant. n Ten year five per cent, bonds. 

p Deposits. 7 Dividend three per cent. 



d New. s ConsirncUon. 

A Surplus of 1892. i Tesms. 

/ Electric constraetlon. 

o Notes payable. 

r Interest on five per cent, bonds. 



144 ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abatract of Cebtificates of Conditiok 





NAME OP CORPO- 
RATION. 


When Certificate was 
Filed. 


• 

6S 

a 

1 

o 

1 


CapiUl Stock as fixed 
by the Corporation . 






A88XT8. 




-- 




• 

1 

$31,000 


Land and Wa. 
ter Power. 


• 

.s 

2 

D 
OQ 


Machinery. 


1. 

A3 

If 




f^wrcnce Ice Company, 


1804. 
May 4, 


1894. 
Apr. 3, 


$76,000 


•14,000 


$17,000 




$2,801 




Lawrence Improvement 
Company, . . 


Aug. 10, 


Mar. 28, 


45,000 


39,500 


6.949 


83,661 


$7,000 


263 




Lawrence Line Com- 
pany 


Oct. 8, 


Oct. 5, 


25,000 


_ 


. 


_ 


18,682 


• 
804 




Lawrence Lumber Com- 
pany, .... 


Jan. 24, 


Jan. 16, 


54,000 


13,900 


10,900 


3,000 


4,000 


61,665 




Lawrence Machine Com. 
pany, .... 


Jan. 29, 


Jan. 0, 


50,000 


_ 


_ 


^ 


81.294 


12,205 




Lawrence Manufactur- 
ing Company, . 


June 25, 


June 12, 


1,500,000 


626,688 


with 


R.E. 


373,362 


755.768 




Lawrence Shuttle Com- 
pany 


B'eb. 24, 


Feb. 20, 


5,000 


. 


^ 


^ 


^^ 


. 




Lawrence Spool and 
Bobbin Company, The, 


Feb. 24, 


Feb. 20, 


5,000 


. 


^ 


^ 


^ 


. 




L e a V i 1 1 Machine Co., 
The, .... 


Aug. 18, 


July 10, 


10,000 


.. 


» 


^ 


6,355 


14,782 




Lee Creamery Co-opera- 
tive Association, The, 


June 14, 


Mar. 31, 


3,500 


^ 


^ 


400 


^ 


89 




Lee Electric Company, . 


Sept 27, 


July 10, 


20,000 


9,000 


6,900 


2,100 


63,268 


1,144 




Leicester Electric Com- 
pany 


Dec. 21, 


July 0, 


25,000 


11,880 


With 


R.E. 


19,456 


1.627 




Leicester Hotel Com- 
pany, The, . 


Jan. 22, 


Jan. 16, 


25,000 


7,000 


1,600 


5,500 




^ 




Leicester Water Power 
Company, . 


May 1, 


1893. 
Dec. 27, 


2,000 


. 


1,700 


_ 


«. 


» 




Lenox Water Company, 


Oct. 15, 


1894. 
a Sept.15, 


82,000 


2,925 


with 


R.B. 


4.600 


1,T23 




Leominster Electric 
Light and Power Com- 
pany, The, . 


Nov. 28, 


b 


60,000 


11,707 


2,482 


9,275 


49,718 


4,71.'> 




Leominster Oas Light 
Company, . 

Leominster Bhirt Com- 
pany 


Feb. 14, 
Mar. 17, 


Feb. 18, 
Feb. 1, 


50,000 
61,000 


18,000 


with 


R.E.| 
300 


14,968 1 
e22/»7 

24,531 


J 1.347^ 
! <fl.200 S 

40,317 


• 


Leominster Worsted 
Company, . 


Dec. 10, 


Nov. 5, 


50,000 


42,098 


with 


R.E. 


55,933 


16,550 




Lewis J. Bird Company, 


May 10, 


Mar. 9, 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


-. 


5,000 

1 • 




Lewis Wharf Company, 


May 14, 


Apr. 2, 


500',000 


600,000 


with 


R.B. 




1 26,388 




LexiDKlon Buildings As- 
eociutlon, 


June 22, 


Apr. 19, 


200,000 


186,000 


with 


R.E. 


^ 


14,000 




Lexington Oas Light 

Cuiiipaoy, . 


Aug. 18, 


July 17, 


30,000 


6,617 


"" 




00,205 


3,R40 




a Adjourned. 
d Town note. 


b Noth 
And c 


eld; statei 
locks and J 


nent of Jul 
improveme 


y 1, 1894. 
nt«. 


ei 


Street mai 


ma and rae 


tera. 



1894.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 

of Corporations — Continued. 



AMm-Con. 


J 

•7S,. 




LUBlLITUa. 






1 


1 




1. 

11 


1 




- 


T 


atAlfiK 


|e,T» 


•81.010 


. 


- 


- 


' 




».7« 


' 30. 


> 


»»«« 






1B.1H 


SI,M» 


1 "^' 


r 


M.TM 




1.1)00 




1M.BC8 


j M.000 


l».Mi 




•il.,1, 


»io,ooo 


116,303 


„,«. 


•^ooo 


a.m 


i5,m 


e8,0K 


1 60,000 


,.,« 


- 




- 


»,M2 


IMI.U8 


- 






M37,SM 


;i,»o.ooo 


024,8611 


- 


M.SJ, 


«2B,238 


3.1S7,39« 


8.123 

m 






8.011 
B,M1 


S0.3M 


10,000 

»,soo 


- 
7,181 

c 16,000 
46.S03 


t ■ 


8.3M 




28,380 

3,S0« 
80,303 


m 


- 


11,02 


aw 


£2.104 


»,«.] 


•I'S 


1 - 


- 


- 


61,204 




- 


MO 


- 


T.SQO 


»/N» 


8,000 


- 


- 


- 


28,000 


- 


- 




- 


1,700 


l.TOO 


- 


- 






1,700 


- 


- 


if(T,ni 


83. 


n.Bi» 


a^oooj 


■! 30,000 


{••s.Ua 


- 




87,316 


B-t 


lO/MO 


•3.710 




140.731 


scow 


80,224 




1,407 


" 


140,121 


' 


- 






6s,ai» 


KKOOO 






3,828 




63,328 


«.Me 




m 




1U,0OT 


81,000 


80,888 




/1.201 


- 


143,061 


ttws 








1S7.404 

ifiW 




73,480 




•2,476 


1,600 ; 167,484 


. 


- 


- 




BS8.3e» 


»,«. 


60,000 




76,888 j 


•"i*»'-iJ6«,3M 


- 


- 




- 


100,000 


-••» 








- ! 200.000 

1 


-;.» 






- 


72,144 


80,000 


1B,M» 




wn 


1 

72,1 44 

























146 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



• 

m 




^ 




5 


• 


8 


a 

mm 


ra 


1» 


9 




o^ 


%4 


a « 




1^ 


1 


^ 


a 



Lexington Print Works, 
The 

Lexington Water Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Liberty Maionlo Asaoci- 
ation, • • . . 

Library Bureau, . 

Lincoln Wharf Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Linden Paper Co., The, 

Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany, The, . 

Locks Pond Reservoir 
Company, . 

Lock wood Manufactur- 
ing Company, The, . 

Logan, Swift and Brig- 
ham Envelope Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Long Pond Fishing Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Loring and Blake Organ 
Company, . 

Lovell Arms and Cycle 
Company, . 

Lovett, Hart and Phlpps 
Company, . 

Low Art Tile Company, 
The, . . . . 

Lowell Bleachery, . 

Lowell Co-operative As- 
sociation, Sovereigns 
of Industry, 

Lowell Co-operatlveMlIk 
Association, 

Lowell Courier Publish- 
ing Company, The, . 

Lowell Electric Light 
Corporation, The, 

Lowell Oas Light Com- 
pany 

Lowell Hosiery Com- 
pany 

Lowell Iron Company, . 



1804. 
June 26, 



June 28 

June 20 
Aug. 2 

Feb. 8 
Feb. 15 

Mar. 7 

Sept. 21 

Apr. 

Mar. 22 

Jan. 18 

Jan. 30, 

May 10 

Jan. 10 

Oct. 23 
July 25 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 15 

Apr. 30 

May 2 

Sept. 6, 

May 28 
July 30, 



1894. 
May 7, 

a May 14, 

Mar. 31, 
July 8, 

Jan. 18, 
Jan. 31, 

a Mar. 6, 

Ang. 7, 

a Jan. 14,- 

Feb. 12, 

1893. 
Deo. 30, 

1894. 
Jan. 8, 

a Mar. 14, 

Jan. 5, 

Sept. 3, 
July 10, 

Jan. 23, 

a Dec. 1, 

1893. 
Dee. 4, 

1894. 
Feb. 7, 

July 30, 

Feb. 5, 
Mar. 17, 



3" 



$37,000 j' $28,106 
60,000 > 14,007 



ASBBTS. 



5 



9 




fee 


1 


_ 




So 


i 

a 


*a b 


•a 


^S 


1 


•J 


A ! 



• 
a 



S 






II 



16,200 
60,000 

150,000 
400,000 

21,000 

2,000 

300,000 

100,000 

863 

25,000 

6,000 

40,000 

250,000 



16,350 

187,459 
550,000 

9,150 

1,000 

56,824 

67,087 
16 



$12,500 , $10,606 



with 



8,800 



R.S. 



13,050 



$20,463 



6,591 



6,496 



with real estate 



2,900 , 6,250 



88,000 18,824 



15,278 ; 51,809 



60 



58,002 



400,000 ,' 454,765 



I 



15,000 

25,000 

15,000 

800,000 

500,000 

200,000 
15,000 



13,192 



503,673 



58,554 



I 

15.000 88,902 
with real 

lpT58 I 

I 
6,892 6,300 



6,600 



64,411 



$7,191 

I.ITO) 
6 6.848 i 

687 
29,440 

48,M7 
157,721 

0,360 



20 



9,121 



75,000 



20,332 



27,070 



c 518,673 



38,222 



59,096 
eatote 



1,065 

8,500 

210,940 



85,000 



51,826 



72,522 I 58,964 



25,998 

967 

65,689 

126,804 
57,835 

11,447 

5,704 

8,370 

17.950 

7,839 

16,125 
6,243 



a Adjourned. 



b Sinking fund. 



c And works. 



1894.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



147 



of Corporations — Continued. 



ASSSTS^COD. 




OD 





Liabilities. 










«• 


• 








9 


49 










o o 






S 


.2 


9 m 




Debta. 


t 

1 


o 

a- 


Reserv 
preci 


■ 

3 



$87,000 



$S0,841 



1«,200 I 
160,000 I 62,000 



400,000 



21,000 



1,068 ' 2,000 



300,000 



100,000 



863 



25,000 



8,800 



1 

10,765 

1 




236,012 




22,607 






- 


71,830 




088 


45,240 


U.863; 


- 


- 


- 



11,460 , 6,000 



91,710 1 1 40,000 



844,607 I 260,000 
580,521 I 400,000 



10,900 



21,430 



501,746 I 

624,200 I 

227,732 
21,096 



25,000 

15,000 

300,000 

500,000 

200,000 
15,000 



452,109 

3,108 

(f 60 

124,176 

210,184 

226 

11,350 

6,094 

61,719 

70,804 
120,000 

2,681 

7,817 

5,430 

176,178 

18,000 

27,782 
4,464 



$8,762 



$67,841 



128,576 



837 ' - 17,037 

$1,479 I 105,432 



1,362 



21,785 



21,182 



14,708 
19,521 

5,025 



24,006 236,006 

- I 853,471 

I 

45,843 

2,060 

424,176 



310,184 
1,089 

57,532 

I 

356 ' 11,450 

I 

I 

- I 91,719 

344,507 

I 

- I 639,521 



3,275 



1,000 

25,573 

111,209 

1,642 



21,881 

32,817 

21,430 

601,746 

624,209 

227,732 
21,096 



a Water aerrlee, pipe, cte. 



6 Bonds. 



c Special stock. 



d Unpaid tax. 



148 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894, 



Abstract of Certificates op Condition 



NAME OP CORPO- 
RATION. 



s 




^ 




^ 


m 


3 


5 


Certlfi 
1. 


« 

«4 


S^ 


o 




1 



•^6 

M O 

ai 

o 

35 



I 



3' 



Lowell Machine Sbop, . 

Lowell Manufacturing 
Company* . 

Lowell Wadding and 
Paper Company, 

Lowell Waate Company, 

Ludlow Cordage Com- 
pany (for 1808), . 

Ludlow Cordage Com- 
pany, . . > • 

Ludlow Manufacturing 
Company (for 1893), . 

Ludlow Manufacturing 
Company, . 

Lyman Mills, . . # 

Lyman Smith's Sons, 
Company, . 

Lynn Box Company, . 

Lynn District Messenger 
and Telegraph Com- 
pany, The, . 

Lynn Qas and Electric 
Company, . 

Lynn Ice Company, The, 

Lynn Pearl Button Com- 
pany, The, . 

Lyons and Alexander 
Company, The, . 

M. E. Shattuck Cigar 
and Tobacco Com- 
pany, The, . 

M. M. Rhodes & Sons 
Co>, • . • • 

M. Strickland Incorpo- 
rated, • • • • 

Macdonald Printing 
Company, . 

Magee Furnace Com- 
pany, .... 

Maiden and Melrose Gas 
Light Company, . 

Maiden Electric Com- 
pany, The, . 



1804. 
June 11 



Feb. 3 

July 20 
Apr. 

Jan. 8 

Deo. 31 

Jan. 8 

Dec. 20 
Feb. 

Aug. 17 
Deo. 10 

June 7 

Jan. 23 
June 11 

Jan. 6 

May 8 

Feb. 2 
Nov. 16 
Apr. 10 
Apr. 27 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 24 
Aug. IS 



1804. 
June 11, 



Jan. 17, 

June 7, 

Feb. 10, 

180S. 
Dec. 10, 

1804. 
Dec. 18, 

1803. 
Deo. 10, 

1804. 
Dee. 18, 

Feb. 7, 

July 20, 
Oct. 4, 



Feb. 20, 

Jan. 22, 

May 24, 

1808. 
Deo. 1, 

1804. 
Apr. 16, 

Jan. 15, 
Nov. 13, 
Jan. 0, 
(2Mar.21, 
Jan. 10, 
Jon. 31, 
July 18, 



$000,000 

2,000,000 

60,000 
40,000 

100,000 

100,000 

500,000 

750,000 
1,470,000 

150,000 
11,000 

5,000 

400,000 
100,000 

10,000 

10,000 

15,000 

80,000 

15,000 

8,000 

400,000 

220,000 

250,000 







Assets. 




i 




• 




• 


m 


eS 


&> 


m 


-£ 


a 




"2 *- 


■o 


« 


OS 


•^m 


s 


3" 


a 



a 






« 9 

o 



$840,000 

600,000 

40,208 
26,000 



$145,000 > 
with 
31,053 



140,000 with 



140,000 
652,000 

86,060 



287,086 
61,600 



with 
with 

•with 



$106,000 $60,000 



( I 708.026 
R.B. I a250 

(' 6 60,326 



$506,535 
821 



.026 ) 

,000 , } 248,82 

^8 ) 



15,150 



1,100 
757 

00,000 



R. E. 160.000 



R.E. 
R. B. 

R. S. 



with 



R. E. 



100,260 



308,770 



27,527 



15,000 



with 



6.000 



real 



21,527 



818,000 

38,050 
11,297 



6,500 



« 2,510 



eaUte 



/322,834 



545 
15,965 

25,331 



50,000 96,707 



198,377 



160,000 448,153 



886,216 

47,983 
9,732 



e 362,022 


61,199 


9oo; 


18.701 


3.8S5 

1 


1.734 




3,544 



17,9U3 



13,:»31 



- ' 55,71' 



2,0u9 



26,000 268,118 



32,1 :*> 



16,640 



a New Brussels mill and machinery. b New spinning mill and machinery. c Mains and Uoes. 
d Adjourned. « And furnishings, type, etc. / Electric, steam, wires, pole^ etc. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



149 



of OorporatUma — Continued. 





AB8ST8— Con. 


1 


LlABIUTIBS. 


llli 


• 

s 

1 


• 

m 
1 

3 


Balance Profit 
and Lou. 


1 


• 

JM 

1 

CD 

i 


• 

1 


* 

1 


Balance Profit 
and Lou. 


J p. 


• 


$9M,41« 


- 


$8,004 


- 


$ 
1,212,056 


$900,000 


$27,319 


$ 

al25,992 
1 ftl06,695 


$285,686 


- 


1,212,955 


1,609;S88 


- 


- 


- 


3,646,556 


2,000,000 


1,258,894 


54,075 


- 


8,545,666 


- 


$68 


- 


$61,976 


99,887 


60,000 


49,887 


•• 


- 


- 


99,887 


i.oars 


- 


- 


- 


45,786 


40,000 


6,292 


- 


448 


- 


46,785 


181,071 


- 


- 




267,802 


100,000 


145,823 


- 


11.479 


- 


267,802 


81,742 




9,000 


- 


287,449 


100,000 


135,740 


- 


1,700 


- 


287,449 


690,185 


- 


- 


- 


1,148,512 


500,000 


641,898 


- 


7.114 


- 


1,148,512 


222,778 


- 


- 


- 


970,926 


760,000 


194,138 


- 


26,708 


- 


970,926 


878,808 


- 


- 


- 


2,486,019 


1,470,000 


761.711 


- 


208»308 


- 


2,435,010 


288,008 


- 


261 


- 


861,882 


150,000 


211,882 


- 


w 


- 


861,882 


7,868 


- 


1,000 


- 


29,692 


11,000 


9,211 


- 


2,667 


$6,814 


29,602 


- 


- 


3,700 


1,600 


6,800 


6,000 


800 


- 


- 


- 


6,800 


28,904 


16,000 


- 


- 


780,251 


400,000 


209,812 


•• 


117,187 


12.262 


730.261 


7,886 


- 


80,204 


- 


128,241 


100,000 


25,218 




8,023 


- 


128,241 


4,788 


- 


- 


2,094 


12,448 


10,000 


2,448 


- 


- 


- 


12,448 


5.n6 


- 


- 


741 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,000 


18,476 


- 


- 


218 


86,497 


15,000 


21,497 


- 


- 


- 


86,497 


11.082 


- 


- 


- 


46,963 


80,000 


1,258 


- 


6,710 


9,000 


46,968 


- 


- 


1,447 


- 


57,165 


15,000 


42,165 


- 


- 


- 


57,166 


4,876 


- 


e52 


8,700 


18,245 


3,000 


10,245 


- 


- 


- 


13,245 


106,000 


12,000 


49,400 


- 


570,768 


400,000 


101,250 


- 


- 


60,518 


570,768 


6,440 


- 


d 2,019 


- 


848,402 


220,000 


41.471 


- 


74,806 


« 12,625 


348,402 


4,648 


85.000 


5,266 


- 


411,309 


155,J00 j 


/lOO.OOO 
129.855 


j 


26,844 


- 


411,800 



a Onaranty. 
d TazM. 



b Insurance. 

€ Premiums on atook sold. 



c Unexpired insurance. 
f Bonds. 



150 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



s 




^ 




s 


M 


8 


a 


9 


1 


si 


•5 


1= 


a 



00 



5 



3l 



Maldeo Mail Company, 
The, . . « . 

Maiden News Company, 
The, . . . . 

Maiden Odd Fellows' 
Hall Association, 

Manson Building Com- 
pany, The, . 

Mannfacturers' Qas 
Light Company, . 

Marblehead Building As- 
sooiation, 

Marblehead Oas and 
Electric Light Com- 
pany, . . . . 

Marblehead Neck Club 
Stable Company, The, 

Marblehead Water Com- 
pany, . • . . 

Marlboro Awl ft Needle 

VyO>, * • • • 

Marlborough Building 
Association, 

Marlborough Electric 
Company, . 

Marlborough Gas Light 
Company, . 

Marlborough Times Pub- 
lishing Company, 

Marshpee Manufactur- 
ing Company, 

Marston and Converse 
Company, . 

Mason and Hamlin Or- 
gan and Piano Com- 
pany, . . . . 



Mason Machine Works, 

Mason Machine Works 
(2d return), . 

Mason Regulator Com- 
pany 

Masonic Building Asso- 
ciation, . . . . 

Masnachusetts Cotton 
Mills, . . . . 



18M. 
Apr. 2S 

June 18 

May 2 

Feb. 2 

Aug. IS 

May 2 

Feb. 20 
Feb. 7 
May 81 
Mar. 31 
Aug. 14 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 2 
June 19 
Aug. 27 
June 7 

Feb 16 
Jan. 4 
Dec. 24 
July 12 
Mar. 12, 
Feb. 14, 



1808. 
Nov. 16, 

18M. 
Jan. 17, 



Jan. 1, 
Jan. 10, 
July 81, 
Feb. 7, 

Jan. 26, 

1808. 
Dee. 16, 

1804. 
May 2, 

Mar. 27, 

July 16, 

July 0, 

Aug. 22, 

Mar. 12, 

Aug. 16, 

May 15, 

Jan. 31, 

1808. 
Dec. 19, 

1804. 
Dec. 18, 

May 24, 

Feb. 6, 

Jan. 22, 



$6,000 



5,000 



25,000 



80,000 



50,000 



25,000 



40,000 



2,400 



100,000 



8,000 



60,000 



30,000 



50,000 



5,000 



26,000 



40,000 



600,000 



600,000 I 



600,000 



6,000 



100,000 




64,264 



25,725 



8,025 



2,400 



17,200 



75»208 



28,257 



24,800 



16,500 



200,000 



200,000 



160,329 



1,800.000 033,000 



$14,841 



8,000 



1,725 



with 



with 



with 



»,703 



with 



15,000 



155,000 



with 



10,000 



40,428 



46,805 



24,000 



R.E. 



R.E. 



R.E. 



45,500 



R.E. 



a $2,314 



\ with ) 
i bMdg's S 

10,000 



84,708 



5218,286 



2,862 



e 86,056 



70,188 



600 



6,777 



R. E. 



37,706 



200,000 



216,808 



18,108 



202.000 731,000 



867,000 



$2,061 



1,141 



847 

440 

8,914 

124 

1,541 



100 

830 

8,181 

1,873 

11,000 

8,300 

aoo 

47,804 

457,03$ 
305,940 
182,151 
9,932 
TS3 
$41,668 



a And type, etc. 



b And pipes laid and easements. 



c And lines and lampa. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



151 



q/ CorporcUions — Continued. 



AssBra— OoD. 



-■2« 

3"Sd 

133 



if 

M 

s 

I 

Oh 



• 


ca 


s 


s . 


s 


A<S 


a 


o 


^ 


8>J 


1 


11 


S 


n 



tS70 



ft $8,000 



S,022 



1,474 



4,&6« 



83.078 



303,043 



33S,002 



a04,4d0 



17,115 



&8M46 



2,078 



5,000 



8,115 



2,315 



a $500 
881 



8,818 



1,788 



1,781 



2,506 

23,842 

085 



4fi0 



20,863 



87,300 



28,076 



670 



$4,468 



11,406 



518 



1,250 



9,500 



25,872 



3 

o 
H 



$16,445 



6,75ft 



10,347 



68,031 



58,080 



37,612 



48,390 



2,400 



246,050 



8,275 



102,816 



111,551 



110,087 



5,000 



25,300 



106,602 



055,763 



1,080,242 



860,476 



48,140 



170,112 



3,228,524 



LIABII.ITIB8. 



00 

I 
6 



a 
t 



$5,000 


$10,938 


5,000 


1,600 


8,925 


- 


30,000 


85,487 


50,000 


- 


25,000 


12.600 


40,000 


8,390 



2,400 
100,000 

8,000 
60,000 
80,000 
50,000 

5,000 
25,000 
40,000 

500,000 

600,000 

600,000 

5,000 

76,000 



146,960 



275 



48,e64- 



72,292 



23,749 



8 



to 

8 . 

4 a 



9 

1^ 



$600 



300 



61,087 



114,123 



462,289 



260,476 



13,705 d 14,927 



79,162 



$12 



153 



1,422 



2,544 



8,989 



112 



3,652 

9,259 

36,338 



1,800,000 1,018,970 262,000 



340,747 



17,958 



7,463 



152,554 



$7,660 



c898 



o 



7,045 



e 14,950 



$16,445 

6,753 

10,347 

68,081 

' 58,989 
37,612 

48,890 
2,400 
246,950 
8,275 
102,816 
111,551 
110,087 
5,000 
25.800 
108,602 

955,763 
1,080,242 

860,476 
48,140 

170,112 
3,228,524 



a Good-will. 
d Balance. 



6 Franchiee. 

e Premium account. 



c Marloe iDsorance. 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 
Abstract of Ckktipicates of Condition 



PloahOomp 
HmHubuatu 



UUOKIII ICuDfHiuri Dg 



llanrlck Wharf Oom. 



IXiyo Mnl CoiDpuif , 
UoCarty, BhMhy si 



■oiwIdudQIllOom- 



I£ir. 23, 
tUr II, 



II ■; 18, 
Sspt.U, 



6«pl. ID, 
Ju. 10, 



ss,ooo 
100,000 



M,000 

]M,«00 



B2,MM 

IM^MO 
90,000 

40,000 

0,000 
it/wo 

10,000 

u,ooo 

16,000 

»,000 





*iw 




1 


ii 


• 1(>,2H 


• 14,000 




•T/M 








«n,iii 


n^u 








8t,MS 


M.010 


00,000 


wllb 


nil 


MUM 


1S,4M 


8S1 


•rllh 


K.S. 


-1 


lT,a0T, 


mfi7« 


9JM 


S4,on 


ttjm 


MM 


njtw 


wllb 


R.B. 


ss,«i 


10«W 


148.000 


with 


as. 

1.411 


4I,*M 

A300 


S,KIT 


i.m 


IM 


a.«» 


000 




t.w 


(ia,40D 


TOO 




«6 


80,000 


«Uli 


R.E. 




XIM 






10,000 


i«,a» 


HBO 


10,»8 


•Dill 


R.E. 

- 
- 


1I,J10 
S,4I0 

ii,i» 


IM 



II QouMiif fanil, nangicoi ud ci 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



153 



of Corporations — Continued. 



$4,573 
77,968 
21,305 



11,286 
128,070 
100,( 



10,001 



0,810 
138 

8,744 

15,022 

8.152 

24,101 

17,807 



Absktb— Oon. 



IP 


• 

a 

1 


8 
§ 

1 


1. 


a 


B. 


a 


n 



-\ 



a$800 



6182.500 
c 5,408 



1,825 
46,267 



400 



$126 



15,000 



14,207 



/ 70,000 



70 



3,404 



^02 



A 1,288 



00,602 



5,057 



23,403 



5 



$27,040 



15,000 



42,156 



181,516 



96,729 



349,338 



93,118 



829,266 



892,078 



LlABILITHS. 



24,089 

8,750 

9,872 

102,150 

50,255 
51,486 

13,953 
47,942 

56,803 

26,475 

40,160 

124,389 



s 

OQ 



0< 



5 

Q 



t 

& 



Profit 


hi 5 
o o 


o 


*«T3 


Balance 
and L 


Reserve 
precia 



$27,040 
15,000 

26,000 
100,000 

50,000 
800,000 

60,000 
150,000 
800,000 

50,000 

10,000 

9,600 

9,872 

100,000 

30,000 
40,000 

6,000 
15,000 

20,000 

15,000 

25,000 

24,000 



$17,156 



71,626 



44,943 



8,500 



40,517 



156,303 



41,995 



8,617 



15,515 
11,486 

2,498 
29,036 

26,110 

2,806 

12,222 

54,900 



(2 $7,688 



$4,932 
1,786 

40,833 
2,696 
6,380 

50,078 



5,422 



2,150 
4,740 

5,465 
3,906 

6,440 

8,669 

2,938 

25,499 



$4,959 



« 10,000 



20,000 



J3 

o 

H 



$27,040 
15,000 

42,156 
181,516 

96,729 
849,833 

98,118 
329,266 
892,073 

60,000 

24,089 

9,600 

9,872 

102,160 

50,265 
51,486 

18,953 
47,942 

5,253 56,803 

26,475 

40,160 



124,389 



a Bight share* own atock. b Books, schedules, plans, etc. c Fumitare and flxtnrea. 

d Onaranty aecount. e Borplns account. / Suspense account for sales of land and depreciation. 
g Offlee fixtarea. h Oil, scrap, chips, etc. 



154 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificates of Condition 



NAMB OF OORPO- 
RATION. 



«D 




^ 




s 


• 


3 


a 




1 


%i 


O 


1' 


1 



la 

o 



Mechanlot* MilU, . 

Medford Maoufftcturing 
Company, The, . 

Bieroantlle Law Com 
paoy, The, . 

Merchant Box and Coop 
erage Company (for 
X898), • • • 

Merchant Box and Coop 
erage Company, . 

Merchants* Mannfactnr 
ing Company, 

Merchants* Steam Light- 
er Company, 



Merchants' Steam Lighter 
Company (2d return). 

Merchants' Woollen 
Company (for 1898), . 

Merohanta' Woollen 
Company, . . • 

Merrick Lumber Com- 
pany, .... 

Merrick Thread Com- 
pany, . . • • 

Merrimac Chemical 
Company, . 

Merrimack Clothing 
Company, The, . 

Merrimac Hat Company, 

Merrimack Manufactor* 
ing Company, 

Merrimac Paper Com- 
pany, .... 

Merrimac River Towing 
Company, . 

Merrimac Valley Steam- 
boat Company, . 

Merrimac Wheel and 
Qear Company, . 

Morry Mount Oranite 
Company, . 

Methuen Company, 

Metropolitan Steamship 
Company, The, . 



1894. 
Nov. 6, 



Feb. 6 
Nov. 18, 

May 19 

Deo. 17 

Oct. 81 

Apr. 4| 

Dec. 

Jan. 2 

July 27 

May 17 

Mar. 1 

Feb. 20 

Nov. 8 
June 27 

July 27 

Sept. 20, 

Jan. 81 

Anfir.24 

Oct. 5 

Apr. 4, 
Apr. 16 

July 11 



1804. 
Nov. 'l. $750,000 



a Jan. 11 



Oct. 2, 



1893. 
Nov. 10 

1804. 
Nov. 9 



Oct. 24 

1893. 
Nov. 6, 

1894. 
Nov. 6 

1898. 
6 July 19 

1894. 
6 July 26 



Apr. 18 

Jan. 24 

Jan. 31 

Aug. 7 
June 20 

June 27 

June 28 

Jan. 15 

1898. 
Nov. 14 

1894. 
July 16 

Jan. 17 
b Apr. 6, 

June 5 



60,000 
2,000 

66,000 

66,000 

800,000 

18,000 

18,000 

700,000 

700,000 

76,000 

760,000 

226,000 

26,000 
100,000 

2,600,000 

100,000 

60,000 

80,000 

40,260 

16,000 
400,000 

600,000 



ASSBTS. 



i 

m 



^ 



a 9 



6S 

a 



p 

n 



a 
o 



$209,064 
30.200 



22,488 



401,646 



824,286 

42,468 

450,000 

141,938 

40,000 

1,300,000 

339,321 



366,060 



$41,000 



with 



80,646 



$168,064 



B.B. 



22,483 



821,000 



34,968 



with 



with 



with 



400,000 



with 



10,000 

<l 6,000 
with 



821,784 



7,600 



R.E. 



real 



K. A. 



900,000 



real 



800 



1,116 
real 



$616,999 



8,840 



23,060 



28,622 



904,006 



287,066 



288,146 



7,500 



660,000 



estate 



20,000 



700,000 



estate 



c 8,000 



7,970 

1,131 
estate 

« 372,000 






$41,091 

12,923 

3,833 

13,899 
22,815 
48,748 



10,168 

6,768 

76,Sfl8 

284.216 

63,800 

1,677 
104,370 

729,623 

64,151 



1,800 

8,666 

16,661 
271.840 

200,439 



a Should have been held. 
d Quarry. 



b Adjourned. 

e Steamers and lighters. 



c On tug boats. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



155 



of Corporations — Continued. 



A88KT8 — Con. 


LZABILITIBS. 


-•So 


• 

t 

•• 

1 


• 

m 

1 

a 
Si 

1 

s 


Balance Profit 
and Lois. 


Total. 


1 

Capital Stock. 


• 

1 


• 


Balance Profit 
«nd Losi. 


Reserve for De- 
preciation. 


• 


$101»838 


- 


- 


- 


1 
$867,982 


$760,000 


$96,180 


- 


$21,802 


- 


$867,982 


7,183 


• 

1 


- 


- 


68,626 


60,000 


7,600 


- 


1,026 


- 


68.026 


- 


■ 


a $2,404 


- 


6,297 


2,000 


3,041 


- 


866 


- 


6.297 


84,741 


- 


- 


' 


94,192 


65,000 


26,046 


- 


2,246 


$900 


94.192 


40.912 


- 


- 


- 


114,732 


65,000 


46,808 


- 


4.424 


- 


114.732 


114,382 


- 


11,000 


- 


1,474.767 


800.000 


469.049 


- 


206.718 


- 


1,474.767 


- 


- 


613,000 


- 


13,000 


18,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,000 


- 


- 


6 6,600 


$6,600 


13,000 


13.000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13.000 


344,000 


- 


14,761 


117,248 


1,004,966 


700,000 


394,966 


- 


- 


- 


1.094.966 


130,004 


- 


16.193 


241,298 


1,006,638 


700,000 


306.638 


- 


- 


- 


1.006.638 


71.18S 


- 


2,000 


- 


199,514 


76,000 


77,470 


- 


14.044 


38,000 


199.614 


1,102,137 


- 


73.867 


- 


2,620,210 


760.000 


1.041,386 


- 


628.874 


200,000 


2,620.210 


101,018 


- 


14,875 


- 


321,126 


213,832 


68.634 


«• 


- 


38,660 


321.126 


88,«58 


- 


S 180 
c2,908 


1 . 


38,282 


25,000 


10,487 


- 


2.795 


- 


38.282 


47,379 


- 


- 




211,765 


100,000 


106.796 


- 


4.960 


- 


211.766 


1,437,MS 


- 


- 




4.167,166 


2,500,000 


1,304.864 


- 


75.097 


277.206 


4.167.166 


M,128 


- 


- 


- 


447,600 


100,000 


223,061 


- 


- 


124.649 


447.600 


- 


- 


4 27,000 


16,000 


60,000 


50.000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60.000 


- 


( 


€6,000 
/22,000 


14,466 


44,066 


80.000 


14.065 


- 


- 


- 


44,066 


16,621 




440 


19,038 


62.524 


40.250 


22.274 


- 


- 


- 


62,624 


8,300 




g 667 


^ 


33,960 


15,000 


14.063 


- 


- 


4.897 


33.960 


208.026 


- 




- 


844,935 


400,000 


346,000 


- 


99,936 


- 


844.935 


- 


- 




- 


572,489 

1 


500,000 


32,876 


•« 


39,563 


- 


672.439 



a OlBee famitare, fixtures and library. b Three lighters. c Farniture and fixtures. 

d TwelTe bargee and tog boats, e Steamer City of Haverhill. / Steaoaer Herrimao. g Ofllce fumitore, etc. 



156 



ANNUAL RETURNS Ot^ CORt^OftATlONS. [1894. 



Abstract of Certificatbs of Condition 



NAME OF CORPO- 
RATION. 



• 




« 




^ 




5 


■ 


s 




« 


1 


©•d 


'g 


a « 




1 


1 



M P. 

3a 



Metropolitan Stock Ex- 
change, The, 

M i d d 1 e b y Oven Com- 
pany, * . . . 



Middlesex Company, . 

Mlddleeex Leather Com- 
pany, .... 

Middlesex Newspaper 
Company, . 

Middlesex RealEsUte As- 
sodation of Cambridge, 



Milan Mining Company, 

MUford Electric Light 
and Power Company, 

Mill ord Oas Light Com- 
pany, .... 

Mil ford Mnsic Hall 
Company, . 

Milford Pink Granite 
Company, . 

Milford Shoe Company, 

MUford Water Company, 

Millay Last Company, . 

MiUbnry Electric Com- 
pany 

MUlbnry Electric Com- 
pany (2d return). 

Miller Brothers ft Co. 
Corporation, 

Miller's Falls Company, 

Miller's River Building 
Company, . 

Miller's River Manufact- 
uring Company, . 

Millis Water Company, . 

Milton Bradley Com- 
pany, .... 

Milton Building Associ- 

ates, . • • « 

Milton Light and Power 
Company, . 



1894. 
June 21, 


1894. 
May 7. 


Aug. 28, 


June 6, 


Jan. 9, 


1898. 
Dec. 27, 


Aug. 8, 


1894. 
July 2, 


May 28, 


Feb. 6, 


Sept. 27, 


May 14, 


Mar. 17, 


1893. 
Oct. 18, 


Nov. 9, 


1894. 
Aug. 29, 


July 16, 


July 9, 


May 29, 


May 7, 


Aug. 6, 


June 7, 


May 18, 


May 7. 


Mar. 21, 


Feb. 12, 


Feb. 21, 


Feb. 2, 


Mar. 6, 


1898. 
b Oct. 80, 


Nov. 20, 


1894. 
Oct. 16, 


June 13, 


May 4, 


Mar. IS, 


Jan. 26, 


Mar. 17, 


1898. 
Dec. 7, 


Feb. 3, 


1894. 
Jan. 17, 


Sept. 21, 


Sept. 17, 


Mar. 16, 


6 Mar. 12, 


Apr. 9, 


Mar. 6. 


Nov. 20, 


June 10, 



$100,000 

60,000 

760,000 

40,000 

6,000 

6,000 

40,000 

40,000 

72,800 

81,600 

6,200 

200,000 

160,000 

14,000 

16,000 

17,000 

40,000 
200,000 

6,000 

80,000 
26,000 

66,000 

42,000 

30,000 



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I 



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• 
c 


« 
a 


'd h 


2 


^ 


gs 


PQ 


s 



$100,000 



7,600 



40.600 



48,086 

24,600 

62,700 

16,286 

7,282 

4,606 

4,690 



90,060 

8,600 

20,000 
16,500 



S 
o e> 



63,138 



- 


- 


with 


R.B. 


- 


$90,916 


$1,000 


6,600 


80.600 


10,000 


- 


6,068 


8,460 


- 


8,986 


86,000 


20,000 


4,600 


7,700 


66,000 


with 


R.B. 


with 


R.E. 


with 


R.B. 


6,000 


3,600 


10,200 


e 6,800 


- 


600 


- 


10,811 



$100,000 



4,064 



2,800 



8,000 

( 14,478 
{ a 14.229 

64,867 



9,800 
49,819 
10,000 

8,266 

11,487 
11,440 



82,686 

600 

28,983 
(224,600 

23,420 



< 83,813 
22,804 



I 



$212,682 
7,286 

11,060 
2,108 

m 

26,286 

2,086 

6,236 

840 

82,200 

121,916 

4,800 

2,168 

1.41T 

2,164 

26,807 
120,847 



8.087 
1,067 

34,610 

1,045 

1,166 



a Electric plant. 



b Adjourned. 



c And tanka. 



d And pipes. 



e Lines, etc. 



1894.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 10. 



157 



of Corporations — Continued. 





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^ 



Liabilities. 



$1,000 $25,000 

&48,8eo 

129,586 
186 



5,500 

35,130 

3,922 



3,000 

131,839 

1,041 

688 



40,180 
»2.866 



12,226 



64,284 



561 



-1 



$6,081 



1,051 



36 



-! 



265 

631,052 
c 2,500 



1,300 



(21,023 

e 15,782 
/»6,547 



16,903 

18;»5 

1,000 
9,500 



1,117 



$17,666 



1,302 



5,225 



17.118 



802 



8 

t 



$212,682 !l$100,000 



50,952 



1,147,836 



42,440 



2,570 



530 2,283 



50,000 



750,000 



167,546 40,000 

I 

6,486 5,000 

I 

8,263 i 2,650 



79,285 

71,250 

112,426 

60,000 

86,113 
367,297 
343,054 

18,442 

35,041 
86,505 



40,000 

40,000 

72,300 

31,500 

5,200 
900,000 



$109,081 

952 

96,834 

121,546 

1,486 

5,584 

83,285 

29,835 

3,615 

18,500 

80,913 
144,897 



150,000 I 176,560 
14,000 I 4,442 



15,000 



17,000 



68,086 1 1 40,000 
357,009 I 200,000 

9,0a3 I 6,000 



19,642 

18,707 

12,536 
41,829 

1,600 



64,226 30,000 ' 15,406 
85,397 i' 25,000 jJ2.2ra 



128,831 I 56,000 ' 21,225 




$3,601 



a $6,000 



29 



1,415 



711 



2,461 
16,504 

399 
798 



56,748 



70,998 



42,000 



12,500 



30,000 I 40,998 



$300,502 



35,800 



19,989 



$212,682 

50,952 

1,147.336 

167.546 

6,486 

8,266 

73,285 

71.250 

112,426 

50,000 

86,113 
367,297 
343,054 

18,442 

85,041 
36,505 



5,489 


10,061 


68,086 


115,270 


•V 


357,099 


- 


- 


7,600 


6,820 


12,000 


64,226 


- 


- 


85.307 


28,606 


18,000 


123,881 


- 


2,248 


56,748 


- 


- 


70,998 



a Cootingent fond. 
e BlnkiDg fund. 



b Street maiDS. c Meters. 

/ Water supply ; reservoirs, pipes, etc. 



d Ftztnres. 

g Disputed claims. 



158 



ANNUAL RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS. [1894. 



AbstnuA of CsKnpiCATES or Comditioh 





When Certificate was 
Filed. 


• 

1 

1 


CapiUl Stock aa fixed 
by the Corporation. 


1 




ASSSTS. 






NAME OP CORPO- 
RATION. 


j 

1 & 


Land and Wa- 
ter Power. 


• 

a 

1 




k 

5^^ 


Milton Water Company, 


1894. 
Apr. 12, 


1894. 
Feb. 21, 


$86,000 


« 


. 


a $6,600 


6 $8,798 


$1,766 


MitUneague Paper Com- 
pany, .... 


June 4, 


Feb. 17, 


100,000 


$156,268 


with 


real 


eaute 


80,237 


Monroe Meat Company, 


May 5, 


Apr. 20. 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


07,584 


M on son Co-operative 
Creamery Asaociation , 


Mar. 19, 


1893. 
Dec. 80, 


8,700 


2,400 


$600 


1,800 


1,800 


• 


Monson Woolen Com- 
pany 


N