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public |||0tumtnts of ^assac^nstlts: 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



PUBLIC OFFICERS AND INSTITUTIONS 



1904 



PUBI.IBH:BZ> BT the SBCRBTARr or THE OOUUOMWEALTH. 



Vol. I. 



BOSTON : 
WBIGHT * POTTER PEINTIKG CO,, STATE HtlNTERS, 
18 POBT Ofticb SqutBK. 
1906. 



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iLlliWWRf 



Index to Public Documents. 

Sehdbs 1904. 



Vol. I. 

Report of the Secretary of the Gommonwealthf ... 46 

Beport of Treasarer and Receiver General, .... 5 

Report of Auditor of Accoanto, . . i . . . 6 

Report of Attorney-General, 12 

Vol. n. 

Report of Tax Commissioner, 16 

Aggregates of Polls, Property and Taxes, .19 

Abstract of Certificates of Corporations, 10 

Report of Controller of Coanty Accounts, .... 29 



Vol. m. 

Report of State Board of Charity, 

Report of State Board of Insanity, . . . 

Report of Tmstees of the Danvers Insane Hospital, 

■ 

Report of Tmstees of the Northampton Insane Hospital, 
Report of Tmstees of the Taunton Insane Hospital, 
Report of Trustees of the Worcester Insane Hospital, 
Report of Trustees of the State Hospital, 
Report of Tmstees of the Westborough Insane Hospital, 
Report of Trustees of the Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates, * 



17 
63 
20 
21 
22 
28 
26 
80 

47 



Report of Trastees of the Medfield Insane Aeylum, 
Report of TruBtees of the Massachasetts State Sanatoriam, 
Report of Trastees of the Massachasetts Hospital for Epileptics, 
Report of Trastees of the State Colony for the Insane, . 



Vol. IV. 

Report of State Board of Health, . . . . 
Report of Board of Registration in Medicine, . 
Report of Board of Registration in Dentistry, . 
Report of Board of Registration in Pharmacy, 
Report of Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board, 



Vol. V. 

Report of Board of Railroad Commissioners and Retarns of 

Railroad Corporations, 

Report of Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners, 



Vol. VI. 

Report of Commissioners of Sayings Banks (Part I. — Savings 
Banks, Institations for Savings, Safe Deposit, Loan and 
Trast Companies. Part II. — Co-operative Banks, Collateral 
Loan Companies, Mortgage Loan and Investment Companies) , 



Vol. VII. 

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

Report of Commissioners of Firemen's Relief Fund, 



Vol. VIII. 

Report of Secretary of State Board of {Education, . 
Report of Trastees of the PerkiQB In^tu t.\o^ ^^^ Massachasetts 
School for the Blind, . . . '..... 



59 
61 
62 
70 



34 
56 
38 
39 
57 



14 
35 



8 



9 
64 



27 



X/ 



Report of Trnstees of the Massachusetts School for the Feeble 

minded, 

Report of Librarian of the State Library, 
Report of Free Public Library Commission, 
Report of Commissioner of Public Records, 



28 

8 

44 

52 



Vol. IX. 

Report of Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, . 4 
Report of the Hatch Experiment Station of the Massachusetts 

Agricultural College, 38 

Report of Trustees of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, 81 

Report of State Dairy Bureau, 60 



Vol. X. 

Report of Adjutant General, ....... 7 

Report of Chief of the District Police, 

Report of Board of Prison Commissioners, 

Report of Board of Police for City of Boston, . 

Report of Board of Police for City of Fall River, . 

Report of Commissioner of State Aid and Pensions, 

Report of Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, 

Report of Trustees of the State Lyman and ludustrial Schools, 18 

Report of Trustees of the State Farm, 24 



82 

41 
49 
58 
68 
40 



Vol. XI. 

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

Medical Examiners, 1 

Report of Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 15 

Statistics of Manufactures, 86 

Returns of Number of Assessed Polls, Registered Voters, etc., 48 

Report of Cases of Contested Elections, 87 



Vol. Xn. 

Report of Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners, 
Report of Commissioners on Fisheries and Game, . 
Report of Commissioners of Naatical Training School, . 
Report of Metropolitan Park Commission, 
Report of Civil Service Commission, .... 
Report of State Highway Commission, .... 
Report of Wachusett Mountain State Reservation Commission 
Report of Commissioners on War Records, 

Report of Grrejlock Commission, 

Report of State Board of Pablication, .... 

Report of Charles River Basin Commission, • 

Report of Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine, . 



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42 
48 
53 
54 
65 
66 
67 
69 
71 
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PUBLIC DOCUMENT . 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH 



MASSACHUSETTS, 



Year bkdinq December 31, 1904. 



BOSTON ! 

WEIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS. 

18 Post Ofhoe SguAKE. 

1905. 



CONTENTS. 



PAOB 

Iteceipti and Expenditures, 5 

Commissions, 6 

Corporation Division, 7 

Labels, Trade-marks, etc., 8 

Insignia of Societies and Labor Unions 8 

Marl[g and DeTices on Cans, etc., 9 

Vital Statistics, . 9 

Ajchires, * 9 

Document Division, 10 

State Printing, 11 

Changes of Names, 12 

PedJers' Licenses, 12 

Coal and Coke Licenses, 12 

Betnins nnder the ** Lobbj Act," 13 

Elections, 13 

Proclamations, 13 

Pardons, Requisitions, etc., 14 

Naturalization Returns, 14 

Miscellaneons 14 

Liquor Licensea 16 

Returns of Sherifis, 31 



^ammaniatdi\i d M^^^^itxntiiB, 



Officb of thb Sbc&btaby, Jan. 24, 1905. 

7b the Honorable Senate and the House of BepresenUUives. 

I have the honor to submit, in compliance with the Revised 
Laws, chapter 5, section 10, the thirteenth annual report of 
the transactions oi this office, for the year ending Dec. 31, 
1904, including the returns of the number of liquor licenses 
granted by the several cities and towns, the amount received 
for such licenses, and the votes of the cities and towns on the 
question of granting them ; also the returns of the sheriffs of 
the several counties, of money received by them, and of their 
attendance . upon a court of record and the county commis- 
sioners. 

Receipts and Expenditures. 

The following table shows, in detail, the receipts from fees, 
etc., all of which were paid into the treasury monthly, and 
quarterly reports thereof made to the Governor and Council, 
as required by the Revised Laws, chapter 5, section 1. 



Commissions, 

Corporation certificates, 

Limited partnerships, . 

Licenses, . 

Sale of books, etc , 

Sale of Bradford Histories, 

Labels, trade-marks, etc., 

( Certificates, 
^-. „ I Revolutionary Records, 
Macellaneous, j Copies 

I Advance sheets of laws, 



$744 60 

434 50 

766 65 

52 50 



$11,245 00 

49,325 30 

41 00 

16,332 50 

3,300 08 

262 00 

1,036 00 



1,998 15 



183,540 03 



The expenses for salaries were $37,980.51, and for inciden- 
tals $3,677.79. 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Commissions. 

The number of commissions issued was 2,566, — a decrease 
of 179 over the number issued in 1903. Of these, 316 were 
without fee, and 98 became void by reason of the failure of the 
appointees to take out the commissions or to qualify there- 
under. The different classes were as follows : — 



Commissions isstied in 1904, 

Justices of the peace, 

Notaries public, 

Trustees, commissioDers, etc., .... 

Supervisors of elections, 

Justices of the peace to solemnize marriages, 

District police, 

Special commissioners, 

Justices of the peace to issue warrants and take bail, 

Medical examiners, 

Clerks of municipal, police and district courts, . 

Commissioners in other States, .... 

Special justices of municipal, police and district courts, 

Associate medical examiners, .... 

Masters in chancery, 

Trial justices, 

Assistant fire inspectors of the District Police, 

Special District Police officers, .... 

Public warehousemen, 

Justices of the municipal, police and district courts. 

Public administrators, 

Commissioners to qualify, 

Pilots, 

Aids to Fire Marshal, 

Commissioners in foreign countries, . 

Superrisors of registration, 

United States Senator ; chief of District Police ; chief, 

department of District Police ; chief, fire inspection department 
of District Police ; deputy ciiief, inspection department of Dis- 
trict Police ; chief of Cattle Bureau ; Surveyor-General of Lum- 
ber ; Port Warden ; Register of Probate and Insolvency ; one 
each. 



1,340 

834 

116 

63 

32 

30 

18 

16 

15 

13 

12 

10 

8 

7 

6 

6 

6 

f. 

5 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 



Fire MarshaPs 



CertiGcates to the iiuiut>®^ o^ 3,4^^ ^^re issued. Fees were 
remitted for 466 • 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 7 

CoKPo RATION Division. 

The total number of certificates of incorporation issued under 
general laws to new corporations was 1,334, — an increase of 
537, as compared with 1903, — classified as follows : — 

1,067 



194 
25 
18 

11 
5 

5 
4 



Trading corporations (under chapter 437, Acts of 1903), . 

Religioas, charitable, social, educational, musical, athletic, etc., cor- 
porations (under Revised Laws, chapter 125, section 6), 

Fraternal beneficiaiy corporations (under Revised Laws, chapter 119) 

Churches (under Revised Laws, chapter 36, section 51), 

Public service corporations (under Revised Laws, chapter 110, sec- 
tion 2i)), 

Trast companies (under chapter 374, Acts of 1904), . 

Agricultural and horticultural corporations (under Revised Laws 
chapter 124, section 19), . . .... 

Street railway corporations (under Revised Laws, chapter 112), 

Assessment insurance companies (under Revised Laws, chapter 120), 4 

Roman Catholic Bishop of Fall River (under chapter 390, Acts of 

ivvij, ............ 1 

As given above, 1,0(57 trading companies were incorporated 
under the business corporation law of 1903, which is an increase 
of 809 companies, or 314 per cent, compared with 1902, the 
last full calendar year of the operation of the old law for busi- 
ness corporations, when 258 were incorporated. 

The number of miscellaneous certificates filed and recorded 
was 4,468, — an increase of 608. Of these, 2,743 were cer- 
tificates of condition of Massachusetts corporations (under sec- 
tion 51, chapter 110 of the Revised Laws and section 4"), 
chapter 437, Acts of 1903) ; 11 were certificates of organiza- 
tion of gas and electric light corporations (under chapter 110 
of the Revised Laws) ; 1,067 were articles of organization of 
trading corporations (under chapter 437, Acts of 1903) ; 194 
were certificates of religious, charitable and other organizations 
(under chapter 125 of the Revised Laws) ; 4 were certificates 
of payment of capital in public service corporations (under 
chapter 110 of the Revised Law^s) ; 77 were certificates of issue 
of capital stock of trading corporations (under chapter 437, 
Acts of 1903) ; and the remainder were distributed among 27 
different classes. 

The number of miscellaneous certificates filed and not re- 
corded was 1,982, — an increase of 4; of which 1,854 were 



8 8ECRETARYS REPORT. [Jan. 

certificates of condition of foreign corporations (under chapter 
126 of the Revised Laws and section 66 of chapter 437, Acts 
of 1903), and the remainder were divided among 12 other 
classes. 

There were issued 15 certificates of change of name of cor- 
porations, — a decrease of 5. 

Returns were received of the dissolution of 49 corporations 
by the supreme judicial court, — a decrease of 19. 

Under the act relating to the incorporation of clubs, 1 cer- 
tificate of incorporation which had been issued to a club was 
declared void and of no further effect, upon evidence that 
the premises of the club were used for illegal purposes ; and 
charters were refused or withdrawn in 10 cases. 

Details of all these statistics appear in the Abstract of Cer- 
tificates of Corporations, published by this office (Public Doc- 
ument, No. 10). 

The total munber of certificates of every classification filed 
and recorded in this division in 1903 was 7,166, and the total 
in 1904 was 9,779, — an increase of 2,613 certificates, or 36 
per cent, during the year 1904. 

Limited partnership certificates to the number of 40 were 
filed and recorded, — an increase, as compared with 1903, 
of 11. 

Labels, Tuade-marks, etc. 

By chapter 72, section 7, Revised Laws, which relates to 
the adoption and registration of labels, ti-ade-marks, stamps 
and forms of advertisement, the duty is placed upon the Sec- 
retary of the Commonwealth of receiving, filing and recording 
such labels, etc., and of issuing and recording certificates of 
record. Under this law, labels, trade-marks, stamps and forms 
of advertisement were received and certificates of record issued 
and recorded in 517 cases, — an increase of 57. 

Insignia of Societies and Labor Unions. 

Chapter 335, Acts of 1904, provides for the registration in 
this oflSce of the insignia, ribbons badges, rosettes, buttons 
and emblems of societies, association^ ^^^^ labor unions. The 
registrations received have been \t^/>\vi^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ number of 
labels above given und^^r section 'j \iftpler 72, Revised Laws. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 4(>. {) 

Marks and Devices on Cans, etc. 

By chapter 72, section 15, Revised Lravs, which provides for 
the protection of owners of cans, bottles, boxes, siphons and 
fountains used in the sale of soda water, mineral and aerated 
waters, ale, beer, ginger ale or similar beverages, it is made the 
duty of the Secretary of the Commonwealth to receive and file 
descriptions of marks, devices, etc. ; and under this law 20 
such descriptions were received and filed, — a decrease of 12. 
Under section 19 of said chapter 72, Revised Laws, protecting 
dealers and consumers against the unlawful use and destruction 
ofinilkcans, jugs, bottles or jars, 9 descriptions of marks, de- 
vices, etc., were received and filed, — a decrease of 10, as com- 
pared with 1903. 

Vital Statistics. 

The returns of births and marriages from the various cities 
and towns for the year 1903 which were received in 1904 cover 
73,584 births and 26,940 marriages, — an increase, as compared 
with the returns of 1902, of 1,365 births and 1,255 marriages. 

Bj an act of 1903 (chapter 305), returns of deaths are now 
re(jaired to be made to this office monthly instead of annually, 
vrith the purpose of obtaining, tabulating and publishing the 
mortality statistics with the least possible delay, thus giving 
them the greatest possible value. 

During the year 1904 there were received returns of 49,054 
deaths, — an increase of 1,563, as compared with the returns 
of 1903. 

The total number of returns of births, marriages and deaths 
was 149,578. 

The medical examiners' returns for 1903 cover 3,010 cases, 
—an increase of 215, as compared with the returns for 1902. 

The returns by the clerks of the courts of the decrees of 
divorce for 1903 number 2,233, — being an increase of 370, 
as compared with the returns for 1902. 

All of these figures are compiled and presented fully in the 
"^ixty-second registration report (Public Document, No. 1). 

Archives. 

Forty-nine volumes of the manuscript collection of the 
archives have been remounted and rebound during the year, 



10 SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Jan. 

together with 105 volumes of miscellaneous records, making 
a total of 154 vohimes. This work is still in progress, and 
will be continued until every volume in this entire, priceless 
collection is in the best possible condition. 

Under the provisions of chapter 470 of the Acts of 11)02, 15 
volumes of manuscript copies of births, marriages and deaths 
prior to 1850, with the printed volumes corresponding thereto, 
were received and deposited in the registration room. The 
towns reported are as follows : Arlington, Bellingham, Chil- 
mark. Great Barrington, Gill, Holden, Manchester, Marble- 
head, Middleton, New Braintree, Petersham, Shrewsburj'^, 
Upton, Waltham and Washington. 

Of the publication entitled ''Massachusetts Soldiers and 
Sailors of the Revolutionary War," volume XII., covering all 
names between PEA and RAZ, was printed during the year. 
The copy for volume XIII., which will include all names be- 
tween REA and SDU, is in the hands of the printer, and will 
be published during the present year. All the copy for volume 
XIV., which is to include all names between SEA and STA, 
is complete, and the copy for volume XV. is well under way. 
It is probable that not only volume XIII., but volume XIV., 
will be issued during the current year. 

Document Division. 

There were printed under the direction of this office, during 
the year, in the Public Document series (numbering 71 different 
reports), 204,350 volumes, — an increase of 2,750 volumes. 
Of this number, 137,120 were handled and distributed in the 
document division, being supplied to members of the Geneial 
Court, to cities and towns, public officers, libraries, and to the 
general public. 

In addition to the Public Document series, there were printed 
and distributed 25,000 copies of the pamphlet edition of the 
laws; 12,000 copies of the Blue Book; 13,500 copies of the 
Manual for the General Court; 1,359 copies of the term re- 
ports ; 1,000 copies each of the Senate and House Journals; 
and there were also received and distributed 1,000 copies of 
volume XII., Massachusetts Soldi^r^ ^^^ Sailors of the Revo- 
lutionary War ; 500 copies each r.{ ^^^ ^^^^ Records of the 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 11 

towns of Arlington, Bellingham, Chilmark, Gill, Great Bar- 
ringtoD, Holden, Manchester, Marblehead, Middleton, New 
Braintree, Petersham, Shrewsbury, Upton, Waltham and 
Washington; 500 copies of the John C. Best murder trial; 
and 5,000 copies of the Supplement to Laws Relating to Elec- 
tions, — making a grand total of 204,979 volumes which have 
passed through the document division during the year, — an 
increase of 1,270 volumes over 1903. 

Two hundred and sixty-two copies of the Bradford History 
were sold during the year. 

I reconmiend a decrease in the edition of the report of the 
State Board of Health from 5,000 to 4,500 ; and that the Board 
may issue 500 of the 4,500 copies in parts, for its own use. 
This I do at the request of the chairman of the Board. 

Provision should be made for the printing, binding and dis- 
tribution of the reports of the State census to be taken during 
the current year. As the result of a consultation with the 
chief of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor, under whose direc- 
tion the census is to be taken, I recommend that, of the three 
volumes provided for in section 19 of the act for taking the 
census (chapter 423, Acts of 1904), there shall be printed 
from stereotype plates 5,000 copies of volume L, 2,500 copies 
each of volmnes H. and HI. ; each volume to be of the size of 
what is known as the Blue Book, but in the general style of 
the annual reports of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor. It is 
further recommended that volume I. shall not contain more 
than 800 pages, and volumes 11. and HI. not more than ()00 
pages each. It will be observed that this is a reduction from 
45,500 copies of the reports of the State census of 1895 to 
10,000 copies. 

State Printing. 

The cost of printing Public Documents in 1904, including 
the Manual, Blue Book, Journals, etc., was $40,245.29. The 
most expensive single report in the Public Document series 
was that of the Board of Agriculture, $5,667.80, — an increase 
of about $125 over the amount for 1903. The Report of the 
Bailroad Commissioners cost $4,654.77 ; the Bank Commis- 
sioners, $5,181.02 ; and the Board of Health, $3,724.43. The 
Blue Book cost $6,861.03.; the Manual, $4,334.93; the Senate 



12 SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Journal, $1,397.13 ; the House Journal, $1,698.98. The Senate 
printing bill was $8,094.03, and the House printing $18,006.34, 
— a decrease of $1,018.65 in the Senate printing bill, and a 
decrease of $1,888.83 in the House printing bill. The bill 
for printing the official ballots was $10,865.13, — an increase 
of $2,783.20, on account of its being a presidential year. 

Changes of Names. 

The returns of 446 names changed in 1903, as decreed by 
the several probate courts, were received and filed, in compli- 
ance with the requirements of the Revised Jjaws, chapter 154, 
section 14, and published in the Blue Book. 

Pedlers' Licenses. 

There were issued to hawkers and pedlers, under the pro- 
visions of chapter 65, Revised Laws, 1,569 licenses, — a de- 
crease of 93 from 1903. Of this number, 298 were for the 
State, 462 for counties, 594 for cities and towns, and 215 for 
cities and towns in which the applicant resided and paid taxes 
on a stock in trade. 

Of free licenses issued, 438 were to soldiers and sailors who 
served in the army or navy during the war of the rebellion, — 
a decrease of 3, as compared with the previous year; 41 to 
soldiers and sailors who serv^ed in the war against Spain, — a 
decrease of 15 ; and 59 to persons seventy years of age or 
upwards. 

Two itinerant vendors' State licenses were issued during the 
year. The number of transfers of licenses was 135. 

Coal and Coke Licenses. 

The number of licenses for the sale of coal and coke issued 
during the year, as provided in chapter 484, Acts of 1903, 
was 267 in cities, and in towns 89, — a total of 356 ; and the 
list of licensees covers all of the 353 cities and towns of the 
Commonwealth with the exception of 61 towns. Up to 
the present time only 3 ^^^ies '^^ River, Chicopee and 
Springfield, and 1 ^^^^^ Huntit^ vptv, have established fees, 
conditions and teriTM^ ^ pro vid^^ i^^ ^aw . 



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1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 13 

I renew my recommendation of last year, that the law should 
be amended so as to require cities and towns to prescribe fees, 
conditions and terms under which licenses are to be granted, 
and to communicate them to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth ; or that the Secretary himself should have power to 
fix such fees, conditions and terms. The law should also state 
to whom the fees should be paid. In my judgment, also, the 
Secretary of the Commonwealth should be relieved from the 
judicial functions conferred upon him by section 3 of the act, 
leaving the matter of hearings, etc., to some court. Xo com- 
plaints have been received under this section, however. 

Returns under the *' Lobby Act." 

Under what is known as the '* lobby act" (Revised Laws, 
chapter 11, sections 285 to 306, inclusive), 328 entries were 
made upon the docket of legislative counsel and agents, — a 
decrease of 33, as compared with 1903. Returns were re- 
ceived at this office covering 308 of these entries. Of those 
received, it became the duty of the Secretary to transmit 22 
to the Attorney-General for his information, 14 of them ap- 
pearing to be irregular or defective, and the 8 others being 
received after the expiration of the time limit. The 20 cases 
of delinquency were reported to the Attorney-General, as re- 
quired by law. 

Elections. 

All statements and statistics referring to elections appear, 
as required by law, in Public Document, No. 43 (Assessed 
Polls, Registered Voters, etc.), together with recommenda- 
tions in relation thereto. A report of the number of returns 
under the corrupt-practices act, so called, will be found in the 
same document. 

Proclamations . 

The usual Thanksgiving and Arbor Day proclamations were 
printed and distributed under the direction of this office. Of 
the Thanksgiving proclamation, about 2,500 were sent by mail 
to churches and about 100 to institutions ; and of the Arbor 
Day proclamation, 1,050 were distril)uted by mail. 



14 SECRETARY^ REPORT. [Jan. 1905. 

Pardons, Requisitions, etc. 

The number of pardons made out and issued in 1904 was 
46 ; requisitions upon other States, 41 ; warrants issued upon 
requisitions from other States, 18 ; transfers from prisons, etc., 
to hospitals, 31 ; permit for release from State Prison on 
parole, 5 ; recommitment for violating condition of pardon, 1, 

Naturalization Returns. 

Under provisions of the Revised Laws, chapter 166, section 
17, returns were received of the naturalization of 5,430 persons 
before the various courts of the Commonwealth during the 
year 1903, — a decrease of 2,317, as compared with the re- 
turns for 1902, These returns were indexed and bound in 
convenient form for reference, as required by law. 

Miscellaneous. 

As required by law, the return of the Surveyor-General of 
Lumber of the various kinds and quantities of lumber surveyed 
and the amount of fees received by him and his deputies in the 
year 1903 was received and filed Jan. 22, 1904. 

The four special reports from this office which form a part 
of the Public Document series, namely, Returns of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths (Public Document, No. 1), Abstract 
of Certificates of Corporations (Public Document, No. 10), 
Aggregates of Polls, Property, Taxes, etc. (Public Document, 
No. 19), and Returns of Assessed Polls, Registered Voters, 
and Persons who Voted, etc. (Public Document, No. 43), 
have been made, as required by law. . 

Respectfully, 

WM. M. OLIN, 

Secretary of the GommonwecUth, 



LIQUOR LICENSES, 



1904. 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT. 



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Abstract of Returns made by the several city and town clerks to the Secre- 
10, chapter 100, Revised Laws, showing the number of licenses issued for 
of licenses revoked during the year, with a statement of the vote ^ven at 
of intoxicating liquors in this city (or town) P " 

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Amounts Re- 
ealved for 
same. 


No. Revoked. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 


Barnstabzjs Co. 
Barnstable, . 
Bourne, . 
Brewster, 
Chatham, 
Dennis, . 
Eastham, 
Falmouth, 
Harwich, 
Mashpee, 
Orleans, . 
Provlncetown, 
Sandwich, 
Truro, . 
Wellfleet, 
Tarmoutn, 

Totals, . 

Bkrkshibb Co. 
Adams, . 
Alford, . 
Becket, . 
Cheshire, 
Clarksburg, . 
Dalton, . 
Egremont, 
Florida. . 
Great Barrlngton, . 
Hancock, 
Hinsdale, 
Lanesborough, 
LiCe, • • • • 
Lenox, . 
Monterey, 
Mount Washington, 
New Ashford, 
New Marlborough, 
North Adams, . 
Otis, 
Peru, 

PiTTSl'IBLD, . 

Richmond. 

Sandisfielcl, . 

Savoy, . 
Sheffield, 

Stockbridge, . . / 
Tyringham, . . / 
Washington, . . / 
West Stockbridge, / 
WlJIlamstown, . / . 
Windsor,. . ./ . 


11 

1 

4 

3 
2 

20 
19 


- 


1 

1 

. 1 

1 
_ 1 


_ 
1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 : 
■1": 


_ 
$229 17 

260 00 

260 00 

600 00 

260 00 
260 00 

\ 


_ 
- 


_ 

- 

- 
_ 

1 

1 - 
I - 

1 « 

1 


~ 


■ 1 

1 

1 


11 
1 

4 

3 

1 

20 
19 

1 
1 

1« 


~ 


j 

i 


le 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
87 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 


$11,000 00 
1,000 00 

7,200 00 

3,000 00 
1,600 00 

26,000 00 
28,600 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 


1 - 


$6,600 00 

276 00 
2,000 00 

900 00 
300 00 I 

1 

14,000 00 
5,700*00 

300 OC 

800 00 




w 


Totals, . . 1^ 


7" 


^aoTo^ 


- ll~^^fi^ 


A- 


■\\- 


\ - 




$29,276 00 


- 




/ 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



17 



tary of the Commonwealth, in the year 1904, under the requirements of section 
the sale of intoxicating liquors, the amounts received therefor, and the number 
their last annual meeting on the question, " Shall licenses be granted for the sale 

whkb the Tote !■ teken, wblle that of a tAty (In December) governs the foUowing year.] 



Liquor Licenses^ 1904 • 



Fl 

J 


rTH Clabb. ! 


Sixth Clabb. 


SlTXSTH OULBS. 


Spxoial Club. 


Amoonta 

Reeeived for 

Licensee. 


Vote at Last 






•i 
•s 

1 


m 


Hi 

< 


• 

1 

i 


1 

• 

• 

o 

5z; 


111 

< 


• 

M 

O 
> 

1 




> § 

ill 

< 


•8 

M 

O 
> 

& 

m 

1 


Annual Meet- 
ing. Shall 
Licenses 
be granted? 




6 ESS 

55 i < 


4^1 


O 1 o 


Yes. 


No. 




- 


- 


1 

- 1 

I 1 

1 

- 1 

~ f 

_ 

I i 
1 


6 

6 

1 

8 
2 

18 
12 

2 

1 

4 




^ 1 
- I 


1 - 

I - 

1 " 
1 - 

1 _ 
( 

1 3 

1 -' 




1 
~ 1 

1 

^ 1 

1 

1 
1 


1 

2 


- 


1 
"* 1 

^ 1 


1 

1 


44 

77 

82 

1 

21 

10 

1 179 

79 

16 

1 

154 

136 

6 

8 

66 


245 

229 

65 

33 

112 

52 

347 

225 

44 

45 

840 

165 

50 

' 49 

175 


1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 


1 
2 

2 

2 


$900 00 
2,«60~00 

2,000'00 

lAw'oo 


$5 00 

6 00 

100 

3*00 
200 

13 00 
12 00 

2 00 

Too 

400 


« 


$100 00 


$16,705 00 
1,000 00 

60417 
11,866 00 

1 00 

8,003 00 
2,162 00 

42,018 00 
250 00 1 

36,312 00 . 

250 00 
250 00 

1.300 00 ' 

2 00 

1.301 00 
4 00 


829 

862 

40 
142 

18 

183 

2 

32 
491 

1 7 

1 96 

23 

332 

260 

29 

8 

6 

24 

1,756 

42 

18 

2,667 

1 

42 

39 

156 

140 

5 

17 

94 

264 

9 


2,175 

506 
11 
70 
64 
22 

322 
90 
21 

432 
26 

131 
46 

306 

199 

39 

7 

14 
S3 
1,391 
10 
33 
1,024 
26 
31 
11 

146 

157 
17 
29 
54 

412 
21 


16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 


7 


1 


$48 00 


- 


2 


$100 00 


$117,802 17 


7,806 6,601 


40 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Jai 

Liquor Licenses, 1904 — ContiDued. 





COUNTIES, 

CITIES 

AND TOWNS. 


FlBBT CLIBB. 


Second CLiaa. 1 Thibd Clibb. 


EOUBTB CI.ABS. 




1 


III 


s 


■6 

i 


is 
pi 


i 


1 


ii 


i 


si i^ 
i' Hi 


1 - 

; 

- 

: 


so 


Bhibtol Co. 

Atlleborough, 
HerkLoy, , 
Dsrtmouth. . . 
DlghlOB. . . . 
EUIDD, . 

yBlrhnvBD, . . 

iis"'^ : 

NorWn, . . . 

a:a: : -. 

TdUIi, . 
DnKEB Co. 

fS^;-'. '. 

Ony Head, . 
Uotnold, . 
TLiiury. . . . 

ToMJi. . . 

Boiford, '. '. '. 
Emoi, ''. '. '. 

LOUCBBTKH, '. 

piiwtch, . ' '. '. 

i-^D^ew, : 

MnnchiwlBr. . 
MarbXihesil, . 

MiddiMoo, ; '. 

North Aodoyer', '. 
PoaUody. 
Rortport, . . 


» 


»lNi,l«o'<<0 

so,wooo 

64^00 


: 
: 
- 
i 

': 
': 












: 

: 

- 
'- 


: 

i 


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8.ooo"oo 

: 




|3e0,«M00 


- 


: 




: 






■ 




»4&,MOO0 


19 

36 
31 

« 

4- 
40 


: 

•,•6 

i 


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1,000 00 
112,009 00 

103,100 00 

8,000 00 

«.Woo 


: 


H.Boo'oo 


- 

: 
: 

: 

: 
; 
: 
: 

: 
: 
: 

- 


- 
: 

I 


'- 

'- 
- 


: 


•» 


: 

»60d"oO 

4S,ooo"oo 

6,T6OO0 

600 00 





' Tl>lny.oa.e! f»^ * J fourth cU,, J" Ji"° x**"*"*- 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



19 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 



Fl] 

• 

6 

a •- 

« 

• 

o 


PTH Class. 


Si2TB Class. 


BsvEirrH Class 


Special Club. 

1 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


-s 

% 

• 

1 


a 
o 

1 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


• 

o 

M 
> 


i 

IB 

m 

O 

S5 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


i 

*^ 

m 

o 
55 


i 

a 
S 

HI 

i 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


1 

■ 

o 
S5 


"1 

1 2 


— 


1 

1 


$1 00 


- 


; 


j 


; 


- 


j 


- 


31 


17,500 00 


- 


1 

47 


1 00 
47 00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


$300 00 


— 


- 


- 




48 

■ 


48 00 


- 


— 


- 


- 


9 


2,700 00 


- 


1 
3' 


- 





12 

100 


12 00 
$109 00 


mm 


— 


- 


— 


1 
11 


150 00 


— 


$7,500 00 


« 


$8,150 00 


-: - 


^ 


s 
1 


$3 00 
1 00 


^ 


w 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 


^ 




4 


_ 


— 


— 


" 


— 


- 


^ 





- 


— 


$4 00 


— 


— 




- 


- 


12 


$1200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112^00 


- 


1 
25 

4 
23 
29 

_ 1 


1 00 
26 00 

4 00 
23 00 
29 00 


- 


- 


- 




1 
8 


$50 00 
3,000 00 


- 


• _ 


- 


2 


200 


- 


- 


1 
1 


^ 


^ 1 


,„ 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


50 00 


- 




1 


'l 


7 
2 
6 


7 00 
200 
6 00 


- 1 




; 


"* 


** 1 


- 


- 



Amounts 

Received for 

Licenses. 



$1 00 



1 00 
206,247 00 

86,348 00 



, 54,662 00 



$847,269 00 



$3 00 
1 00 



$4 00 



$39,912 00 

1,800 00 

1,001 00 

67,876 00 

4 00 

160,423 00 

110,479 00 



2 00 

8,550 00 

7 00 
2 00 
6 00 

4,000 00 



I Vote at Last 
Annual Meet- 
ing. Shall 
Licenses 
be granted? 



Yes No. 



2 

485 

6 

85 

15 

81 

202 

6,850 

8 

262 

5,723 

578 

43 

44 

2 

58 

8 

2,816 

24 



110 


1 


862 


2 


74 


3 


211 


4 


111 


5 


381 


6 


339 


7 


3,022 


8 


82 


9 


275 


10 


2,379 


11 


791 


12 


102 


13 


123 


14 


48 


15 


72 


16 


47 


17 


220 


18 


1,959 


19 



72 



17,291 



8 
76 
47 

8 

7 
6 

152 



666 

71 

706 

18 

384 

41 

187 

2,428 

199 

74 

3,246 

365 

6,188 

6,837 

36 

193 

542 

146 

262 

28 

183 

27 

1,667 

301 

811 

114 

48 

3,a'>9 

173 



20 



11,280 21 



28 22 

56 23 



43 
20 
10 
50 
34 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



241 



993 

467 

1,680 

44 

837 

108 

197 

1,566 

113 

62 

2,303 

383; 

3,749 

4,378 

70 

263 

946 

216 

484 

102 

43 

67 

1,146 

389 

1,273 

272 

66 

3,613: 

160 



29 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
63 
64 
56 
66 
57 
58 



* Fifty-six first and fourth classes taken together. 
^ Five first, fourth and fifUi classes taken together. 
^ One second and fifth classes taken together. 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Conlinued, 



— 


COUNTIKS, 


F™* Cl.«. 


8b 


DND Clash. |< Tbibd Cl^io. 


FODBTH ClaBB. 




1 

: 


n 


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S.i 




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1 


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I 


lis 








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Bb»xCo.-Ood. 




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- 






- 






- 


- 


























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TOUU, . . 


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9 


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1 


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- 






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44 

46 
4- 

48 


arc'--: : 

Uonton. . . . 
Montgomerj-, , . 


i 


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: 








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L. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



21 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Contmued. 



Fdth Class. 


Sixth Class. 


'Sbtbnth Class.' 


Spboial Club. 


Amonota 

Received for 

Licenses. 


1 

1 Vote St Last 




a S-a . 
a n e o 
a s > e 

1 sis 


1 


• 

s 


ill 


• 

1 

& 


i 

9 

s 

1-4 

m 

o 


Ill 

< 


. ■ 1 

M 

S 

• 

o 
5zi 


i 

3 

• 

o 
10 

1 

6 

4 

1 
3 

14 


III 


1 

• 

- 
1 - 


'Annual Nf eet- 

Ing. Shall 

Licenses 

be granted? 




6 S S s o 


1 






1 Yes. No. 




- 1 


- 


1 

1 _ 
1 _ 


2 

1 

1 

116 

1 
1 
6 

5 

8 
2 

16 

7 

80 

8 
5 

36 

4 
6 

90 


$2 00 

1 00 
1 00 


• 


- 


1 

1 ' 


I 

1 

_ i 


- 


$2 00 

I 00 
1 00 


222 

167 
61 
21 
85 


557 
608 
95 
111 
135 


1 
2 
3 

t 


7 ( 

:l 


»3,600 00 
$300 00 


115 00 

$1 00 

1 00 
600 

5 00 

2 00 
2 00 


~ 


- 
1 


$4,000 00 


$380,066 00 

$660 00 

1,800 00 

1 00 

1,351 00 
1,300 00 

12,606 00 

7,805"00 

6,60200 
1,36200 

• 

660 00 
250 00 


27,639 

12 

69 

165 

6 

60 

93 

173 

89 

22 

727 

15 

5 

2 

8 

15 

600 

2 

71 

477 

6 

76 
23 
23 
8 
68 
100 


27,255 

70 
37 

107 
6*) 
61 
97 
83 
49 
28 

492 
34 
45 
54 
41 
18 

366 
23 

122 

418 
25 
69 
25 
51 
20 
38 
32 


6 

7 
8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


1 

n 

3 


$300 00 

1 

|«,75o''0O 


$10 00 

$7*00 

80 00 

2 00 
6 00 

86 00 

4 00 
000 


^ 


$800 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 
160 00 


$84,066 00 
$2,900 00 
31,867 00 

71,230 00 

4,602 00 

11,905 00 
600 00 

102,186 00 

1,300 00 

8,304 00 

18,166 00 


2,893 

222 

19 

64 

1,425 

23 

33 

I 86 

' 11 

3,597 

21 
871 

10 
640 

82 

93 

! 6,809 

2 

97 
600 

' 18 


2,466 

129 
21 
37 

84 

749 

71 

84 

72 

22 

2,338 

56 

74 

261 

14 

357 

53 

101 

2,882 

19 

57 

405 

950 

75 

1 


33 

34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
61 
52 
53 
54 
55 

56 

1 


4 


$6,750 00 


$00 00 


- 


- 


$2,560 00 


$262,940 00 


14,409 


8,920 


57 

1 



* One first, fourth and fifth classes taken together. 

* Seren first and fonrth classes taken together. 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 
Liquor Licenses, 1904 — CoDtinued. 



[Jan. 











' 


SBCOMD Cl^Bi. 


Third Cub 




"?o 


DRTH Cla 


K. 


1 


^ 1 =1 jl 


1 


Is. 


1 


j jjl ij 




-'1 ll 1:- 




§53 1 


' 












m 




H.XPiBlBI Co. 






1 


























































: 














-1 - 






Knfleld, "" . . . 


^ 














- 
























































































10 


!SS;fi, : : 


' 


1,000 00 


















- 




13 


MiddleSfOd. . . 

NOBTH*MPTO», . 


17 


1,000 00 

ji.im"«o 




, 


looo'oo 






- \'- 


1 300 00 
17 1 S.»M~O0 




» 


PUInfltid, . . . 
















: |: 


























































































































Wonhlngton, . . 


"m 




- 










■ 1- 






M 


•as,«iooo 


a 


•BMOO 






- 


as »u,jM 00 
























1 




























































































































































































33 Boiboromrb, . . 








































































- 


- 
















- 
































Sg=w,- : : 












































































12,700 00 




















































































(00 00 


















































































































































































































































































S as"': : : 


" 


4,200 00 




























































































M , Sndbnrj-. . . J -/ 




_^ 


1 






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• Three enttmif aura clan 



«, mi toDnh cluHt Mkep (ogetfaUi 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



23 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Con tinned. 



Fdth Class. 


' Sixth Class. 

1 


SiTBVTH Class. 


8PSCLAL Club. 








"Si 


• 


J^ ** 

&& 


i 


■ 

"5 


&& 


•2' 


Amounts 


p 3^ . 
a 5 • e 

1 3 > a 

d' ill 


o 
> 

e 

X 

• 

o 


No. Issue 


1*8 « 
§^a 


g 

• 

o 


9 
• 

■ 

O 


mounts 

eeived 

same. 


O 
> > 

o 

m 

O , 


o 

P 

a 
a 

• 

o 


mounts 

celved 

same. 


o 

% 

• 

o 


Received for 
Licenses. 


a, < 


55 


< 


^ 


,in ^ 


5z;i!IZ5 


< 


5^; 





3 
1 



$3 00 
1 00 



3 



8 00 



1 00 
9 00 



8 
1 



3 00 
3 00 
1 00 



-24 $24 00 



! 2 
. 1 
1 



- . 59 



$2 00 
1 00 
1 00 



I 



&9 00 



5 00 



I - 



8 



1 $1^00 



7 00 



3 00 - 



42 

26 

7 



11 



42 00 

26 00 

7 00 



11 00 - 



- I 



$5 00 



5 
22 



5 00 
22 00 

2 00 



.35 



35 00 I 1 






$200 00 



260 00 



$460 00 



$160 00 



Vote at Lost 

Annual Meet- 

I Ing. Hhall 

Licenses 

be granted ? 



$3 00 
1 00 



8,203 00 

1,000 00 

1,301 00 

28,059 00 : 

650 00 
3 00 

12,803 00 ; 

1 00 



$61,024 00 



$2 00 
1 00 
1 00 



69 00 

6 00 
4,200 00 

13,507 00 

2,603 00 
2,600 00 



171,897 00 

26 00 ; 

19,507 00 

11 00 

13,505 00 
22 00 

5,402 00 I 

- I' 



35 00 



Yes. I No. 



124 

115 

23 

34 

457 

71 

12 

26 

117 

112 

160 

19 

1,516 

9 

9 

33 

249 

9 

687 

3 



189 

154 
62 
73 

331 
71 
20 
74 
28 
90 

116 
97 
24 
1,080 
24 
30 
32 

265 
49 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



122 


174 


6 


32 


3,903 


3,446 


47 


164 


344 


696 


20 


73 


no 


112 


228 


312 


4 


104 


88 


302 


30 


266 


16 


26 


26 


59 



4,913 
19 
206 
120 
263 
3 
709 

1,164 
102 
201 
Z'2A 
544 
113 

6 

8,912 

1,H62 

1,728 

357 

85S 

271 

1,118 

809 

28 

281 

350 

68 

101 

2,022 

306 

10 

33 



387 20 
35 I 21 
22 
23 

24 



26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
81 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



8,405 

52 

378 

242 

213 

33 

1,850 

1,138 

109 

188 

. 238 

, 591 

! 303 

1 

I 65 

4,812 

2,995 

11,157 

I :M9 

1,834 

1,046 

j 8H0 

1,834 

I 71 

229 

, 531 

78 

143 

4,338 

662 

46 

82 



* Ninety -one first and fourth classes taken together. 



24 



SECRETAEyS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 









FiBST Class. 


Sbookd Class. 


i Thibd Ci^ss. ' 


FOUBTH OXiABS. 




COUNTIES, 

CITIES 

AND TOWNS. 


1 

« 

o 
55 


Amonnts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


. 1 

1 

d 


• 

1". 
IS 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
same. 


i 

1 

• 

O 

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1 

'i 
s 

a 

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ceived for 
same. 


i 

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s 

• 

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1 


Amounts Re- 
ceived for 
Mine. 


i 

O 
> 

• 

O 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 

11 

12 


MIDDLB8XX 

-Con. 
Tewksbnry, . 
Townsend, 
Tyngsborongfa 
Wakefield, . 
Waltham, 
Watertown, . 
Wayland, 
Westford, 
Weston, . 
Wilmington, 
Winchester, 

WOBUBN, 

Totals, . 

Nahtuckbt 

Nantucket, 

NOBPOLK C 

Avon, 

Belllngham, . 
Bralntree, 
Brookline, 
Canton, . 
Cohasset, 
Dedham, 
Dover, . 
Fozborough, . 
Franklin, 
Holbrook, 
Hyde Park, . 
Medfield, 
Med way, 
MlUls. . 
Milton, . 
Needham, 
Norfolk, . 
Norwood, 

QUINCT, . 

Randolph, 
Sharon, . 
Stonghton, 
Walpole, 
Wellesley, . 
Westwood, . 
Weymouth, . 
Wrentham, . 


Co. 
» • 

Co. 

* • 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C^ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 kO 1 1 1 1 


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1 

1 ~ 
4 




— 


1 _ 


- 


1 


1 - 

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1 
1 


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- 


13 

14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
82 
88 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 


$168,800 00 

• 






$02,700 00 


- 


43 

44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 


Totals, . 

Plymouth < 
Ablngton, 
Bridgewater, . 
Bbockton, . 
Carver, . 
Duxbury 
East Brldgewa 
Halifax, . 
Hanover, 
Hanson, . 
Hlngham, 
Hull, 
Kingston, 
LakevlUe, 
Marlon, . 
Marshfield, . 


• 

3o. 
ter, : 


$5,000 00 


$2,000 00 


«w 


$300 00 


- 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



25 



Liquor Licenaea, 1904 — Continned. 



Fan Class. | 


Sixth Class. 


SxTXHTH Class. 


Sfboial Club. 


Amonnta 
Reoelvedfor 
j Licenses. 

1 


Vote at ImX 






i 
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55 
III 

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Annaal M eet- 

log. Shall 

Licenses 

be granted? 




• 

1 


a s z o o 

^ 55 i Sz; 


Yes. No. 




- 




• 

"" 1 

~ 1 

- 1 

- ! 

1 

2 1 

" 1 

- 1 


1 

8 

282 

2 

1 _ 

2 
10 

1 
8 



1 
1 

8 
8 

2 

2 

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37 

1 

1 
1 

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1 


$1 00 
800 


1 

_ 1 


1 "■ 

1 


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1 

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1 

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- 


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$1 00 
800 


11 

4 

11 

608 

1,678 

657 

173 

117 

4 

19 

110 

1,548 

88,644 
249 

104 

61 
801 
764 
202 
151 
189 

15 
105 
290 
100 
680 

79 
227 

89 
187 
239 

65 

241 

1,094 

381 

81 

> 391 

208 

114 

20 
576 

62 

7.006 

255 

157 

4,02.3 

19 

114 

185 

22 

48 

39 

13 

112 

41 

31 

15 

80 


76 

86 

57 

930 

2,876 

039 

208 

193 

62 

103 

670 

1,339 


I 
3 
4 

I 

7 

8 



10 

11 

12 


1 

1 


|l,MO00 


$232 00 
$2 00 

$200 
10 00 

1 00 
8 00 

00 

1 00 

1 00 

8 00 
3 00 

2 00 
200 


8 


5 

1 - 

1 _ 

1 _ 


$6 00 


3 

6 


$160 00 


$388,887 00 
$2 00 

$2 00 

10 00 

- 

1 00 
8 00 

00 

1 00 

1 00 

300 
8 00 

200 

2 00 


4,4026 
838 

168 

96 
612 
1,024 
467 
280 
832 

66 

186 

866 

180 

1,179 

98 
239 

67 
503 
414 

76 
566 
2,938 
417 
196 
610 
374 
839 

62 
871 
179 


18 

14 

16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
34 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
^ 
36 
87 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 


- 


- 


- 1 


$37 00 
$1 00 

1 00 
1 00 

8 00 
1 00 




_ 


^ 


$1,600 00 


$37 00 
$1 00 

100 
1 00 

300 

8,800 00 

1 00 


13,405 

507 

419 

4,924 

52 
161 
217 

50 
109 

75 
217 

19 
103 

65 
146 

82 
1 


43 

44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 



26 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 









First Class 


> 1 


Second Class. 


Third Class. 1 


Fourth Ci^asb. 




COUNTIES, 

CITIES 

AND TOWNS. 


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• 

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4 
5 
6 
7 
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10 

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12 


Plymodth Co. 
— Con. 
Mattapoisett, . 
M iddleborough, 
Norwell, . 
Pembroke, 
Plymouth, 
Plympton, 
Rochester, 
Rockland, 
Scituato, . 
Wareham, 
West Bridgewater. 
Whitman, 

Totals, . 

Suffolk Co. 
Boston, . 
Chblsba, 
Revere, . 
Winthrop, 


6 

11 

816 
34 

850 

7 

5 

2 

1 
2 
2 

10 

2 

2 
11 


$9,000 00 


2 

6 
11 

11 

1 

1 

- 
1 


$800 00 

# ^ 


i 

1 


V- 


- 


- 


7 

8 

051 
34 

985 

7 

1 

4 

2 
2 

7 

2 

1 

2 

1 

1 


$8,500 OC 


_ 


18 

14 

15 
16 
17 


$14,000 00 

$939,826 41 
34,000 00 


$2,800 00 
$5,600 00 




$3,800 00 

$422,848 75 
10,200 00 


1 


18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
30 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
40 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
69 
60 


Totals, 

WOBCEBTVB 

Ashburnham, 
Athol, . 
Auburn, . 
Barre, 
Berlin, . 
Blackstone, 
Bolton, . 
Boylston. 
Brookfield, 
Charlton, 
Clinton, . 
Dana, 
Douglas, 
Dudley, . 

FiTCHBURO, 

Gardner, 

Grafton, . 

Hardwick, 

Harvard, 

Holden, . 

Hopodale, 

Hubbardston, 

Lancaster, 

Leicester, 

Leominster, 

Lunenburg, 

Mendon,. 

Mil ford, . 

Millbury, 

New Bralntrec 

North Brookfi 

Northborough 

Northbridge, 

Oakham, 

Oxford, . 

Paxton, . 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, . 

Princeton, 

Royalston, 

Rutland, . 

Shrewsbury, . 


1 • 

Co. 

eld, ! 
1 • 


$973,826 41 

$7,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 
14,800 00 

i, 250 00 


$5,500 00 

$250 00 
250 00 

250 00 


- 


$433,048 75 

$2,100 00 

800 00 
8.000 00 

1,600 00 
600 00 

5,600 00 

800 00 

300 00 
2,600 00 

300 00 
350 00 


1 



1905.], 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



27 



lAqvxyr Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 



Fifth Clabs. 


Sixth Class. 


Skvbnth Class.' 


8PKCL4L Club. 


; Vote at LsKt 




• 
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55 


AmonDts 

Received for 

Licenses. 

1 


'Annual Meet- 
1 ing. Shall 
Licenoefl 
be granted? 




• 



Z 


S S S d d 


a S 3 d 


Yeu. , No. 




1 

1 


1 

I i 
$900 00 


1 
— 

1 


1 

3 


$3 00 

$10 00 

$236 00 
14 00 


1 
1 
1 
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3 
3 

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- 


1 

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22 

1 - 

22 

( - 

2 

1 

t ~ 

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1 

1 


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1 


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$13,603 00 


i 61 
354 

20 

29 
713 

26 

3 

417 

210 

177 

44 
335 


114 

441 

100 

56 

644 

54 

33 

795 

216 

263 

128 

663 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


1 
92 


$300 00 

M«,500 00 


- 10 

- 236 

- 1 14 


$22 00 


$1,600 00 
$18,200 00 


$22,410 00 

$1,438,182 16 
44,214 00 

1 . 2 


7,643 

41,854 

2,963 

742 

169 


10,658 

20,192 

2,547 

1,262 

754 


18 

14 
15 
16 
17 


92 


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I 

1 
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5 
2 
2 

1 

8 
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5 

7 

1 
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$6 00 
2 00 
200 

1 00 

8 00 
1 00 

1 00 

5 00 
7 00 

1 00 

2 00 


$22 00 
$2 00 


$13,200 00 
$2,000 00 


$1,482,346 16 

$9,106 00 

2 00 

6,802 00 

10,001 00 

1,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,850 00 

2 00 

1 16,608 00 

3,061 00 

1 00 

2,300 00 
5 00 

16,907 00 

1 

1 00 

2 00 

550 00 
3,600 00 

1 
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45,728 

91 

697 

103 

25 

12 

633 

2 

22 

264 

115 

1,208 

70 

203 

194 

2,581 

1,057 

334 

172 

13 

117 

2 

41 

61 

238 

566 

11 

27 

864 

342 

5 

174 

107 

4 

46 

189 

17 

81 

19 

9 

4 

22 

184 


24,755 

112 

531 

155 

71 

63 

322 

60 

55 

142 

120 

117 

146 

2,318 

943 

345 

57 

87 

194 

110 

62 

158 

199 

1,102 

83 

41 

752 

361 

63 

211 

134 

244 

42 

194 

33 

61 

44 

44 

49 

51 

170 


18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



28 SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Jan. 

LiguoT Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 



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1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 46. 



29 



Liquor Licenses, 1904 — Continued. 



Fifth Class. { 


Sixth Class. 


SsysHTH Class. 


Spbotal Club. 


, Amonnta 
ReceWedfor 
' Licenses. 


j Vote at Last 




1 

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1 




i 


Yes. 


No. 




2 


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1 
1 


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11,400 00 

1 2,602 00 

6,900 00 
13,603 00 

6,408 00 

902,162 00 


49 
761 
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76 
162 
166 
800 
111 
206 
387 
763 

48 

60 
409 

61 

421 

10,016 


71 
697 
610 

76 

80 
210 
376 
186 
290 
200 
300 
138 

09 

386 

163 

621 

9,646 


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10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 


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1 


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$6 00 


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PUBLIC DOCUMENT . 



REPORT 

TEEA8UEEE 
EEOEI VER- GENEE AL 

<f omrnonioealt^ of ^assoc^astts 
Year ending December 31, 1904. 



BOSTON : 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

IS PoOT Officb Squark. 

1906. 



Cornmonb^alt^ of ^assac^usittB 



Trbasust Dbpabtmknt, Boston, Jan. 18, 1906. 
Hon. WiLUAM M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, 

SiK : — In accordance with the provisions of section 7 of 

chapter 9 of the Revised Laws, I have the honor to hand 

you herewith, for transmission to the General Court, the 

annual report of the Treasurer and Beceiver-General of the 

Commonwealth, for the year 1904. 

Respectfully, 

EDWARD S. BRADFORD, 

Treasurer. 



L 



CommonfoeHlt^ td ^HSSHr^usjetts. 



TSXASUBT DKPARTliKNT, BO8TOV, Jao. 18, 1906. 

To (lie Honorable the Senate atid House of BepresetUcUives. 

In accordance with the provisions of section 9 of chapter 
6 of the Revised Laws, I have the honor to submit herewith 
my report of the operations of this department for the year 
ending Dec. 31, 1904, as follows : — 

The Public Debt. 

The Funded Debt is divided into two classes, as follows : — 
First, - 

Direct Debt. 

For the payment of which the Commonwealth is directly 
and entirely responsible, — 

TheDirectDebt, Dec. 31, 1904,was .... f 30309,760 00 
The Sinking Funds for the same, Dec. 81, 1904, 
«noanted to 16,233.154 89 

The Net Direct Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, was . . f 16,676,696 11 

Second, — 

Contingent Debt. 

For which the Commonwealth has temporarily loaned her 
credit for different purposes to sundry cities and towns, 
comprising various metropolitan districts, and to certain 
municipalities for the construction of armories, the payment 
ot which is guaranteed by Sinking Funds sufficient to pay 
*kc debt at maturity, provided by a direct annual tax on the 
cities and towns of the district for which the debt has been 
incurred, — 

The Contingent Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, was ... f 64,989,412 00 
The Sinking Funds for the same, Dec. 31, 1904, 
amounted to 6,230,876 99 

The Net Contingent Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, was . . 168,768,636 01 



6 TREASURER'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The Gross Direct Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1904, was . . #29^14,500 00 

and has been increased during the year by 
the following loans issued, amounting to 
$1,295,250.00. 

Medfidd Insane Asylum Loan. 

JalySl, 1904, 3>^Kdae April 1,1984, lit 104.029, 108,000 00 

Metropolitan Parks, Series Two (one-half), 

Jad.15, 1904, 8>^)t due Jan. 1,1944, at 104.60, 150,000 00 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan. 

July 21, 1904, Z^ a due May 1, 1934, at 104.929, . . $507,000 00 

July 21, 1904, l^ i due May 1, 1934, at par, ... 260 00 



507,250 00 



MaaaaohnsettB School for the Feeble 

minded, 

Northampton Insane Hospital, 
State Colony for the Insane, . 
Taunton Insane Hospital, 
Westborough Insane Hospital, 
Worcester Insane Asylum, . 
Worcester Insane Hospital , . 



$45,000 00 
10,000 00 
88,450 00 

116,800 00 
75,000 00 

162,000 00 
10,000 00 

$507,250 00 



Slate Highway Loan. 

Jan. 15, 1904, Z^ i due April 1, 1932, at 104.60, 300,000 00 

State House Loan. 

July 21, 1904, 8>^ i dm Oct.l, 1918, at 104.929, . . 280,000 00 



The Gross Direct Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, . . f 30,809,760 00 



The Gross Contingent Funded Debt, Jan 1, 1904, was . {61,769,412 00 

and has been increased during the year by 

the following loans issued, amounting to 

$3,220,000.00. 

Armory Loan. 

July 21, 1904, Z^i due Sept. 1, 1031, at 104.92?, $15,000 00 

July 21, 1904, Z^a due Sept. 1, 1934, at 104.929, 60,000 00 

Sept. 1, 1904, H due Sept. 1, 1923, at par 13,000 00 

Dec. 1, 1904, Z^ due Sept. 1, 1934, at par 40,000 00 



aioncester $60^,000 00 

New Bedford . 15,000 00 

Springfield, . . .... ^8,000 00 

Haverhill, . . . . ^q 0^ ^ 



128,000 00 



^\\%f 



00 



Atnount carried u^^i:^.^ . . .... $01,897,412 00 



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Ammtnt brought /orvoard. 



$61,M7,4ia 00 



Charles River Btuin Loan. 

JiD. 15, 1904, Z}i% dae Jan. 1, 1944, at 104.80 



350,000 00 



Meiropoliian Parks Loan, 

Ju. IS, 1904, ly^i dae Jan. 1, 1044, at 104.60, .... 



300,000 00 



MeiropolUan Parks Loan, Series Two (one-half). 



Jtn. U, 19M, S>^K dae Jan. 1, 1044, at 104.00, .... 



» « 



150,000 00 



MeiropolUan Sewerage Loan, South System, 

July 31, 1904, Z^^i dae July 1, 1944, at 104.929 



392,000 00 



Metropolitan Water Loan, 

JiB.U,ig04,3.^l(doe Jan. 1,1944, at 104.60, 



1,000,000 00 



The Gross Contingent Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, $64,989,412 00 



Detaib of the foregoing statement are given in the follow- 
ing tables: — 



FuiTDBD Dbbt Loans. 



AmoQDt of 
Loans. 



SioklDg Fonda 

for Payment 

of Debt. 



.. „ Direct Debt: — 

AMltlon of Grade CroeBioga Loan, General Law, 

AwlltioD of Qrade Croaalngs Loan, Tremont Street, Bos- 

Jon, Hyde Park and Dedham, 

AboUUoo of Grade Crosatnge Loan, Congreaa Street, 

oOrtOB, 

niehbon Railroad Seoarltiea Loan, 

oarbor Improvement Loan 

{{''HehaaMU Hoapltal for Coo8ampti?ea Loan, . 

■iMiehoMito Hoaplul for Bplleptica Loan, 

™M Md Hoapltala Loan, — 

gnTeriloMne Hoapltal, . . . $193,600 00 

"'•Mehosetta School for the Feeble- 

„»»nded 215,000 00 

iP*>^iiietU Reformatory, . 23,700 00 

flonhunptoQ Inaane Hoapltal. . 150,000 00 

aaformatory Prlaon for Women, . 9,000 00 

f|«t«OoloDy for the Inaane, . 880.200 00 

°i^ Farm 138,000 00 

gj»l« Hoiplial, 130,600 00 

^QBtoD roaaoe Hoapltal, . 237.100-00 

^MlboroQffh Inaaoe HoaplUl. 300,900 00 

^oreeaier Inaane Aaylam, 277,500 00 

^oneiter Insane Hospital, 103,000 00 

MMNehoietts War Loan 

MedOeld Inune Aaylum Loan, 

Metropolitan Parka Loan, Berlea Two (one-half), 

?««• Highway lx)an. 

otitoHoaaeConatmetlonLoao, 

Slate Hoaeo Loan 

IHraet Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1904, 

BlDkhg Fonda for aame, 

Net Direct Debt, 



$5,000,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

300,000 00 
5,000,000 00 
500,000 00 
450,500 00 
893,450 00 



2,175,500 00 
1,240,000 00 
1,447,800 00 
2,092,500 00 
4,525,000 00 I 
3,850,000 00 • 
835,000 00 I 



I 



$6,442,029 91 



5,000,000 00 
91,876 64 



> 289,024 79 



$80,809,750 00 
15,288,154 89 



$15,576,505 11 



141,757 58 
290,043 43 
228,050 51 
610,039 46 

2,194,482 62 
$15,233,154 89 



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[Jan. 



FuHDKD Dbbt Loams. 



AmoQDt of 
Loana. 



BiDklng Funds 

for Payment 

of Debl. 



Contingent Debt : — 
Armory Loan, — 

Boston $720,000 00 

Cambridge 178,000 00 

Fall River 168,000 00 

Fftchbnrg 60,000 00 

Gloaeeeter 60,000 00 

Haverhill 40,000 00 

Lawrence, 00,000 00 

Lowell, 105,000 00 

Lynn, 100,000 00 

New Bedford 178,000 00 

BomervUle, 75,000 00 

Springfield, 123,000 00 

Worcester, 132,000 00 

Charles River Basin Loan 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, 

Metropolitan Parks, Nantasket, Loan, 

Metropolitan Parke, Series Two, Loan (one.half), 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, South System, — 

Charies River Valley, .... $810,912 00 
Neponset River Valley, .... 004,000 00 
High Level Bewer, . 5,088,000 00 

Metropolitan Water Loan 

Contingent Funded Debt Dec. 81, 1904 

Sinking Funds for same, 

Net Contingent Debt, 

Total Direct and Contingent Funded Debt, Dec. 81, 1904, . 
Total Sinking Funds, Deo. 31, 1904, 

Total Net Direct and Contingent Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 
1904 



$2,020,000 00 

250,000 00 

7,620,000 00 

700,000 00 

2,002,500 00 

6,005,000 00 



7,702,012 00 
88,500,000 00 



$64,980,412 00 
6,280,876 09 



$58,758,585 01 



$95,799,162 00 
21,464,081 88 



$74,885,180 12 



$M0,1M SB 
18,628 88 

086,888 77 

223,0M 81 
640,005 7S 



287,661 40 
8,510,602 92 



$6,280,876 90 



Public Debt, — Comparative Tables for 27 Tears. 

1877-1904. 



Direct Debt, 



Yeah. 


Direct Debt. 


sinking Funds. 


Net Direct Debt. 


1877 


#38,220,464 00 


110,885.690 21 


♦22.334.773 79 


1878, . 




33,020,464 00 


11.268.596 84 


21.751.867 16 


1879. . 




38,020,464 00 


12.235.248 29 


20,785,215 71 


1880, . 




32.799,464 00 


13,050,192 20 


19,749,271 80 


1881, . 




32,399,464 00 


14,080,465 80 


18,318,998 20 


1882, . 




32.511.680 90 


16,944,263 05 


15J567.417 86 


1883, . 




31.486,680 90 


16,836,672 06 


14.600,008 84 


1884, . 




31,432,680 90 


17,731.724 94 


13,700.955 96 


1885, . 




31.432,680 90 


18,182.672 44 


13.250,008 46 


1886, . 




31,429,680 90 


18.964.412 62 


12.465,268 28 


1887, . 




31.429.680 90 


25.151,516 78 


6.278.164 12 


1888, . 




28,851,619 65 


23,235,608 84 


5.616.010 81 


1889, . 




27.421,287 85 


20,916,471 58 


6,504,816 27 


1890. . 




27,511.158 30 


21.448,214 53 


6,062,943 77 


1891 


23,676,415 65 


18,960,212 80 

1 

\ , 


4,726,202 75 



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PMic Debt. - 


- Comparative Tables for 27 Years. 


Direct Debt, 


1877^1904 — Concluded. 




Ybai. 


Direct Debt. 

1 


Sinking Fundi. 


1 

Net Direct Debt. 


1892,. . . 


#23,876,415 55 


120,077,844 81 


13,798,570 74 


1898, . 






28,731,415 55 


20,121,616 30 


8,609,799 25 


1894, . 






16,039,766 65 


11,662,103 26 


4,877,663 39 


1895, . 






18,585,229 40 


7,444,849 30 


6,140,380 10 


1896, . 






18,016,729 40 


7,250,081 38 


10,766,648 02 


1897,. 






19,648,729 40 


7,181,350 58 


12,462,378 82 


1898, . 






22,561,229 40 


7,862,265 16 


14,698,964 24 


1899,. 






24,931,229 40 


8,254,954 26 


16,676,275 14 


1900,. 






21,996,423 30 


5,292,256 85 


16,704,166 45 


1901,* 






25,788,223 30* 


13,278,969 69 


12,459,253 61 


1902,. 






27,418,823 30 


13,940,695 21 


13,472,628 09 


1903,. 






29,514,500 00 


14,731,859 03 


14,782,640 97 


1904,. . 


80,809,750 00 


15,233,154 89 


15,576,595 11 


Contingent Debt^ i 


1889-1904. 




YUR. 


Contingant Debt. 


sinking Funds. 


Net ConUngent 
Debt. 


1889 


#830,000 00 


#99,467 82 


1730,582 18 


1890,. 






8,870.000 00 


120,745 84 


3,749,254 16 


1891,. 






4,253,000 00 


139,701 23 


4,113,298 77 


1892, . 






5,401,000 00 


264,527 01 


5,136,472 99 


1898, . . 






11,080,000 00 


1,752,585 89 


9,327,414 11 


1894, . . 






13,040,000 00 


5,324,429 95 


7,715,570 05 


1895, . . 






16,090,000 00 


5,645,624 91 


10,444,375 09 


1896, . . 






22,620,000 00 


6,208,492 66 


16,411,507 34 


1897, . . 






81,920,000 00 


6,708,542 72 


25,211,457 28 


1898, . . 






87,225,000 00 


7,381,887 33 


29,893,112 67 


1899, . . 






42,525,000 00 


7.512,183 42 


85,012,816 58 


1900,. . 






44,043.412 00 


12,931,147 09 


81,112,264 91 


1901,* 






51,958,412 00* 


3,459,271 23 


48,499,140 77 


1902, . . 






56,855,412 00 


4,364,034 36 


62,491,377 65 


1908,. . 






61,769,412 00 


5,186,183 42 


56,583,228 58 


1904,. . 


64,989,412 00 


6,230,876 99 


68,758,535 01 



* Fitchbnrg Railroad Secarities Loan changed in 1(K)1 from Contingent to 
Direct Debt. 



10 



TREASURERVS REPORT. 



[J&n. 



Public Debt in various forms, showing amounts of loans, 
rate of interest, due dates by loans and yeara, with com- 
parison of debt for a series of years, etc. : — 



Loans ^ Interest and Due Dates, 



LOAKS. 



Amounts. 



Totals. 



Annoftl 
Interest. 



Direct Debt : — 

Abolition of Grade Crossinos 
Loans. 
General Late. 
Interest 3 per cent., due Nov., 1923, 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne Nov., 1923, 

Tremont Street^ Boston^ Hyde Park 
and Dedham. 
Interest 3 per cent., dae May, 1929, 
Interest 3} per cent., due May, 1928, 

Congreaa Street^ Boston, 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne May, 1929, 

FiTCUBURO Railroad Secu- 
rities Loan. 
Interest 3j| per cent., due Ang., 1913, 

Harbor Improvement Loan. 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne Jan., 1937, 

Massachusetts War Loan. 
Interests per cent., due Apr., 1928, 

Massachusetts Hospital for 
Consumptives Loan. 
Interest 3 per cent., due Nov., 1925, 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne Nov., 1925, 
Interest 3j per cent., due May, 1933, 

• 

Massachusetts Hospital for 
Epileptics Loan. 
Interest 3 per cent., due Nov., 1925, 
Interest 3 per cent., due May, 1929, 
Interest 3A per cent., dne May, 1929, 
Interest 3j per cent., due May, 1933, 



Medfibld Insane 
Interest 3j| per cent., 
Interest 3A per cent., 
Interest 3^ per cent.. 
Interest 3A per cent.. 
Interest 3} per cent., 



Asylum Loan. 
dne Apr., 1915, 
due Apr., 1924, 
due Apr., I927» 
due Apr., 1933, 
due Apr., 1934, 



Metropolitan Park Loan, Series 

Two (one-half). 
Interest 3A per cent , due Jan., 1934, 
Interest 3} per cent., due Jan., 1936, 
Interest 3| per cent., due Jan., 1937, 
Interest 3j per cent., dne July, 1938, 
Interest 3 per cent., dne July, 1939, 
Interest 3^ per cent., due Jan., 1940, 
Interest 3 per cent., dne July, 1940, 
Interests^ per cent., <lae Jan., 1943, 
Interests} per cent., due July, 1943, 
Interest Sj per cent., due Jan , 1944, 



Amounts carried yorvyqx^^ 



$500,000 00 
4,500,000 00 



$1,600,000 00 
1,500,000 00 



$172,500 00 
128,000 00 
150,000 00 



$160,000 00 

110,450 00 

73,000 00 

50,000 00 



$300,000 00 
700,000 00 
174.300 00 
165.600 00 
108,000 00 



$250,000 00 
300,000 00 
500,000 00 
50,000 00 
250,000 00 
225,000 00 
162,500 00 
65,000 00 
150,000 00 

lBO»ooooo 




$5,000,000 00 



3,000,000 00 
300,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

500,000 00 

1,240,000 00 



460,500 00 



393,450 00 



1,447,800 00 



2,092,600 00 



\ 119,424,260 00 



$172,500 00 



97»500 00 
10,500 00 

*176,000 00 
17,500 00 
37,200 00 



14,905 00 



12,418 60 



60,673 00 



71,175 00 



$659,371 60 



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11 



Loans J Interest and Due Dates — Continued. 



LOAH8. 



AmoanU. I 



Totals. 



Annaal 
Intereftt. 



AfMtmU hrouffht forward t 



PiusoNs AXD Hospitals Loan. 
Interest 3 per cent., due Nov., 1931, 
Interest 3A per cent., due Nov., 1931, 
Interest 3j per cent., due May, 1933, 
Interest 3} per cent., due May, 1934, 



State Highway Loans 
Interest 3| per cent., due Apr., 1920, 
Interest 3A per cent., due Apr , 1927, 
Interest 3{ per cent., due Apr., 1928, 
Interests per cent., dae Apr., 1929, 
Interests per cent., due Apr., 1930, 
Interests per cent., due Apr., 1931, 
Interests per cent., due Apr., 1932, 
Interest SA per cent., due Apr., 1932, 
Interest 3} per cent., duo Apr., 1933, 

Statb Uousb Construction Loans. 
Interests per cent., due Apr., 1909, 
Interest 3 per cent., due Apr., 1916, 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne Apr., 1916, 
Interests per cent., dne Apr., 1917, 
Interest 3 per cent., dne Apr , 1918, 



State House Loans. 
Interests per cent., dne Oct., 1918, 
Interest 3^ per cent., dne Oct., 1918, 

Total Direct Debt and Annual 
Interest on same. 



$200,000 00 
721.600 00 
746,6(K) 00 
607,250 00 



$19,424,260 00 



2,176,600 00 



$1,300,000 00 
700,000 00 
300,000 00 
400,000 00 
400,000 00 
360,000 00 
10,000 00 
666,000 00 
400,000 00 



I" 



4,626,000 00 



$2,600,000 00 

560,000 00 

626,000 00 

126,000 00 

60,000 00 



3,860,000 00 



$306,000 00 
630,000 00 



^Sinking Fand income pays this 
interest, Acts 1893, chap 



pays 
.408, 



836,000 00 



$30,809,760 00 



Net Interest, 



OmUnffeiU Debt : — 

Armory 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interests percent 
Interest, 3 percent 
Interest, 3^ per cent. 
Interest, 3 per cent 
Interest, 3^ per cent 
Interest, 3 percent 



Loans. 

., due Sept. 

., dne Sept. 

, dne Sept. 

, dae Sept. 

, dae Sept. 

, dne Sept. 

, dne Mar. 

., dne Sept. 

., due Sept. 

,due Mar. 

., due Sept. 

, dne Sept. 



1918, 
1920, 
1921, 
19:22, 
1923, 
1925, 
1927, 
1931, 
1931, 
1932, 
1934, 
1934, 



$833,000 00 

56,000 00 

96,000 00 

100,000 00 

123,000 00 

160,0^)0 00 

320,000 00 

38,000 00 

140,000 00 

73,000 00 

60,000 00 

40,000 00 



$669,371 50 



76,142 60 



162,576 00 



118,626 00 



27,700 00 



$1,033,414 00 
175,000 00 



$868,414 00 



Charles Ritbr Basin Loan. 
Interest, 3^ per cent., dne Jan., 1944, 

AmowU9 earried fortocurdy . 



$2,029,000 00 



260,000 00 



$2,279,000 00 



$61,870 00 
8,750 00 



$70,620 00 



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TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Loans^ Interest and Due Dates — Concluded. 



Loans. 



Amounts. 



Amounts brought forward. 



Parks Loan. 
, doe Jan., 1934, 
, due Jan., 1936, 
, due Jan., 1937, 
, due July, 1938, 
, due July, 1939, 
, due Jan., 1941, 
, due July, 1943, 
, due Jan., 1943, 
, due Jan., 1943, 
,due Jan., 1944, 



Metropolitan 
Interest, 3A per cent. 
Interest, 3A per cent. 
Interest, 3A per cent. 
Interest, 3} per cent. 
Interest, 3 percent. 
Interest, 3 percent. 
Interest, 3<| per cent. 
Interest, 3l per cent. 
Interest, 3ji per cent 
Interest, 3{ per cent. 

Metropolitan Parks Loans, 
Nantasket. 
Interest, 3 per cent., due July, 1939, 
Interest, 3 per cent., due Jan., 1941, 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, 
Series Two (one-half). 
Interest, 3A per cent., due Jan., 1934, 
Interest, 3] per cent., due Jan., 1936 
Interest, 3] per cent., due Jan., 1937 
Interest, 3{ per cent., due July, 



xuifCrcBb, om jjoir ucui., uuv «f au., i90# 

Interest, 3{ per cent., due July, 1938 
Interest, 3 per cent., due July, 1939, 
Interest, 3jk per cent., due Jan., 1940 
Interest, 3 per cent., due July, 1940, 
Interest, 3A per cent., due Jan., 1943, 
Interest, 3A per cent., due July, 1943, 
Interest, 3| per cent., due Jan., 1944, 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loans, 
North System. 
Interest, 3 per cent., due Jan., 1930, 
Interest, 3i per cent., due Jan., 1930, 
Interest, 3} per cent., due Jan., 1943, 
Interest, 3| per cent., due July, 1943, 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loans, 
South System. 
Interest, 3 per cent., due Jan., 1930, 
Interest, 3 per cent., due Mar., 1936, 
Interest, 3^ per cent., due Mar., 1935, 
Interest, 3 per cent., due Mar., 1936, 
Interest, 3 per cent., due July, 1939, 
Interest, 3^ per cent., due July, 1940, 
Interest, 3| per cent., due Jan., 1943, 
Interest, 3| per cent., due July, 1944, 

Metropolitan Water Loans. 

Interest, 3^ per cent., due July, 1935, 

Interest, 3| per cent., due Jan., 1938, 

Interest, 3 per cent., due July, 1939, 

Interest, 3 per cent., due Jan., 1941, 

Interest, 3A per cent., due Jan., 1941, 

Interest, 3| per cent., due Jan., 1942, 

Interest, 3| per cent., due Jan., 1943, 

Interest, Sj per cent., due Jan., 1944, 

frf Total Contingent Debt and An- 
nual Interest on same, 



$1,300,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

1,400,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

505,000 00 

650,000 00 

340,000 00 

100,000 00 

25,000 00 

300,000 00 



$600,000 00 
100,000 00 



$250,000 00 
300,000 00 
500,000 00 

50,000 00 
250,000 00 
225,000 00 
162,500 00 

55,000 00 
150,000 00 
150,000 00 



$5,300,000 00 

495,000 00 

50,000 00 

250,000 00 



$800,000 00 

500,000 00 

339,000 00 

65,000 00 

1,024,912 00 

3,586,000 00 

996,000 00 

392,000 00 



$13,000,000 00 
4,000,000 00 
4,000,000 00 
6,900,000 00 
3,100,00 00 
3,50O,0OU 00 
2,000,000 00 
2,000,000 00 



Totals. 



Anneal 
i Interest. 



$2,279,000 00 $70,620 00 



7,620,000 00 



260,625 00 



700,000 00 



21,000 00 



2,092,500 00 



71,175 00 



6,095,000 00 



186,825 00 



7,702,912 00 257,662 36 



38,500,000 00 



:, t » 



- I i 



1,293,000 00 
. I $64,989,412 00 $2,160,897 36 



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13 



Funded Debt^ Due Date by Tears, 

1909. 

State House Construction Loan, April 1, #2,600,000 00 



1913. 

Fitchburg R.R. Securities Loan, Aug. 1 

1915. 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, April 1 
State House Construction Loan, April 1 

1916. 

State House Construction Loan, April 1 

1917. 

State House Construction Loan, April 1 

1918. 

Armory Loan, .... Sept. 1 
State House Construction Loan, April 1 
State House Loan, . . . Oct. 1 



Armory Loan, . 
State Higiiway Loan, 



Armory Loan, . 



Annory Loan, . 



1920. 

. Sept. 1 
. April 1 

1921. 

. Sept. 1 

1922. 

. Sept. 1 



1923. 

Abolition of Grade Crossings 

Loan, General Law, . . Nov. 1 
Annory Loan, .... Sept. 1 

1924. 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, April 1 

1925. 

Annory Loan, .... Sept. 1 
Massachusetts Hospital for Con- 
sumptives Loan, . . Nov. 1 
Massachusetts Hospital for Ep- 
ileptics Loan, . . . . Nov. 1 

Amount carried forward. 



tSOO,000 00 
550,000 00 



#833,000 00 

50,000 00 

835,000 00 



f55,000 00 
1,300,000 00 



#5,000,000 00 
123,000 00 



9150,000 00 
300,500 00 
160,000 00 



5,000,000 00 



850,000 00 



625,000 00 



125,000 00 



1,718,000 00 



1,355,000 00 
95,000 00 

100,000 00 



5,123,000 00 
700,000 00 



610,500 00 
918,801,500 00 



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TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward. 



«18,801«600 00 



1927. 

Armory Loan, .... Mar. 1, 
Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, April 1, 
State Highway Loan, . April 1, 

1928. 

Abolition of Grade Crossings 

Loan, Tremont Street, Boston, 
Hyde Park and Dedham, . May 1, 
State Highway I^an, . April 1, 

Massachasetts War Loan, . . April 1, 



1320,000 00 
174,800 00 
700,000 00 



#1,600,000 00 

300,000 00 

1,240,000 00 



1929. 

Abolition of Grade Crossings 

Loan, Tremont Street, Boston, 

Hyde Park and Dedham, .May 1, f 1,600,000 00 

Abolition of Grade Grossings 
Loan, Congress Street, Bos- 
ton, May 1, 

Massachusetts Hospital for Ep- 
ileptics Loan, . . . May 1, 

State Highway Loan, . April 1, 



300,000 00 

183,460 00 
400,000 00 



1930. 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

North System, . . Jan. 1, 

State Highway Loan, . April 1, 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

South System, . . April 1, 

1931. 

Armory Loan, .... Sept. 1, 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan, . Nov. 1, 
State Highway Loan, . April 1, 



Armory. Loan, . 
State Highway Loan, 



1932. 

. Mar. 1, 
. April 1, 



16.796,000 00 
400,000 00 

800,000 00 



1178,000 00 
921,600 00 
860,000 00 



176,000 00 
676,000 00 



1933. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Con- 
sumptives Loan, . . May 1, 
Massachusetts Hospital for Ep- 
ileptics Loan May 1, 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, April 1, 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan, . May 1, 
State Highway Loan, . April 1, 

AmourU carried forward. 



1160,000 00 

60,000 00 
166,600 00 
746,660 00 
400,000 00 



1,194,300 00 



8,040,000 00 



2.383,460 OO 



6.996,000 00 



1.449,600 00 



760,000 00 



1,612,160 00 
. 936,126,000 00 



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15 



AnwurU brought forwanU 



136,126,000 00 



1934 

Armory Loan, .... Sept. 
Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, . April 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, . . Jan. 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Two, Jan. 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan, . May 

1986. 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

South System, . . . Mar. 
Metropolitan Water Loan, . July 

1986 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, . . Jan. 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Two, Jan. 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

Soath System, . . .Mar. 

1987 

Harbor Improvement Loan, .Jan. 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, . . Jan. 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 
Two, . . . . • Jan. 

1938 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, . . July 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Two, , , . . July 

Metropolitan Water Loan, . Jan. 

1989 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, . . July 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Two, . . . . July 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

South System, . . July 

Metropolitan Water Loan, . July 

1940 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Two July 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 
Soath System, . . . July 



f 100,000 00 

108.000 00 

1,800,000 00 

500,000 00 
607,260 00 



$839,000 CO 
18,000,000 00 



12,000,000 00 

600,000 00 

66,000 00 



1600,000 00 
1,400,000 00 

1,000,000 00 



11,000,000 00 

100,000 00 
4,000,000 00 



11,106,000 00 

500,000 00 

1,024,912 00 
4,000,000 00 

1775,000 00 
8,686,000 00 



2,515,250 00 



18,889,000 00 



2,666,000 00 



2,900,000 00 



5,100,000 00 



6,629,912 00 



Amount carried forward. 



4,361,000 00 
174,136,162 00 



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TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Amount brought forward^ 

1941. 

MetropolitaD Parks Loan, . . Jan. 1 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Nan- 

tasket, Jan. 1 

Metropolitan Water Loan, . Jan. 1 



Metropolitan Water Loan, 



1942« 

. Jan. 1 



Metropolitan Parks Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

JL *T Of • ■ • . • 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

South System, 
Metropolitan Water Loan, 



Charles River Basin Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 

Xi vT wf • • • • • 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, 

South System, 
Metropolitan Water Loan, 



1943. 

Jan. 1 

July 1 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 

July 1 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 

1944. 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 

July 1 

Jan. 1 



. $74,186,162 00 



1650,000 00 

100,000 00 
10,000,000 00 



10,760,000 00 
8,600,000 00 



tl26,000 00 
340,000 00 

410,000 00 

60,000 00 

260,000 00 

996,000 00 
2,000,000 00 



1*260,000 00 

300,000 00 

300,000 00 

392,000 00 

2,000,000 00 



4,171.000 00 



3,242,000 00 



Total Funded Debt. $95,799,162 00 



Funded Debt of Massachusetts^ Jan. i, 1890^ to Dec, 31y 1904. 

Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1889, $28,261,287 86 

Sinking Funds, Dec 31, 1889, 21,016,939 40 



NetDebt, Dec. 31, 1889, . 

Total Funded Debt, Jan 1, 1890, 

Loans paid in 1890 : — 
Troy & Greenfield Railroad, . 
Southern Vermont Railroad, . 
Coast Defence, .... 



1890. 



$7,286,848 46 



. $28,261,287 86 



$306,129 66 

200,000 00 

6,000 00 



610,129 66 



Amount carried fonvard, 



. $27,741,168 30 



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Amounl brought forward^ f 27,741,168 30 

Loans issued in 1890 : — 

State House ConstractioD, . if600,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewenrage, North System, . 2,200,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, . 800,000 00 

Armory 40,000 00 

3,640,000 00 

Total Funded Debt. Dec. 31. 1890, 131,381,168 30 

SinkingFunds, Dec. 31, 1890, 21,668,960 37 

NetDebt,Dec. 31, 1890. $9,812,197 93 

1891. 

TotalFundedDebt, Jan. 1,1891, f3 1,381,168 30 

Loans paid in 1891 : — 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad, . . . 13,834,742 76 

3,834,742 75 

127,646,415 66 
fioans issued in 1891 : — 
Armory, f 16.000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, . 368,000 00 

383,000 00 

ToUl Funded Debt, Dec. 31,1891, f 27,929,416 55 

SinkingFunds, Dec. 31, 1891, 19,089,914 03 

Net Debt, Dec. 31, 1891, $8,839,601 62 

1892. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1892. $27,929,416 66 

Loans issued in 1892 : -— 

Armory, f 96,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, . 1,053,000 00 

State House (1901) 200,000 00 

1,348,000 00 

Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1»92, $29,277,416 66 

SinkingFund8,Dec. 31, 1892, 20,342,37182 

Net Debt, Dec. 31, 1892, ♦8,935,043 73 

1898. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1893, 129.277,415 56 

Loans paid in 1893 : — 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad, . . 1 1,160,000 00 

1,160,000 00 



AmaufU carries forward, $28,127,416 66 



18 



treasurj:k\^ report. 



[Jan. 



Amount brought forward^ . 

Loans issued in 189S : — 
Abolition of Grade Crossings, General 

Armory, 

Fitchburg Railroad Securities, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, . 
State House (1901) 

Total Funded Debt, Dec. 81, 1893. . 
Sinking Funds, Dec. 31, 1893, . 

Net Debt, Dec. 81, 1893, . 



. 128,127,415 55 



1400,000 00 
100,000 00 

6.000,000 00 
679,000 00 
606,000 00 



6,684,000 00 

. $34311,415 55 
21,874,202 19 

. 112,987,213 36 



1894. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1891, f84,81 1,415 55 

Loans paid in 1894 : — 

Bounty, f 8.393,648 90 

l^anvers Lunatic Hospital, 898,000 00 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad, . 300,000 00 

9,691,648 90 



Loans issued in 1894 : — 

Armory, 

Abolition of Grade Crossings, General 

Law, 

Medfield Insane Asylum, . 
Metropolitan Parks, .... 
Metropolitan Parks, Series Two, . 
Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, 
State Highway, .... 
State House (1901), . 



Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1894, 
Sinking Funds, Dec. 31, 1894, . 

NetDebt, Dec. 31. 1894, . 



1896. 



Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1896, 

Loans paid in 1896 : — 
Bounty, .... 
Danvers Lunatic Hospital, 
Prisons, .... 
Troy & Greenfield Railroad. 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 

Amount cf^rried jy^y^^rO • 



126,219,766 65 



$110,000 00 

260,000 00 
700,000 00 
1,100,000 00 
600,000 00 
600,000 00 
300,000 CO 
400,000 00 



3,860.000 00 

129,079,766 65 
16,986,683 21 

112,093,233 44 



129,079.766 65 



18,000 00 

2.000 00 

1.299,866 60 

2.806,181 76 

760,000 00 



4,864,537 25 



. f24,2 15,229 40 



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Amount brought forward, . . . • . 12-^1215,229 40 

Loans issued in 1895 : — 
Abolition of Grade Crossings, Greneral 

Law, $850,000 00 

Armory, 25,000 00 

MaBsachiisetts Hospital for Consump- 

tiyes, 150,000 00 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, . 160,000 00 

Medfield Insane Asylum, .... 300,000 00 

Metropolitan Parks, 200,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, . 300,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, . 800,000 00 

Metropolitan Water, .... 2,225,000 00 

State Highway, 400,000 00 

State House Construction, . 550,000 00 

5,460,000 00 

Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31. 1895, $29,675,229 40 

Sinking Funds, Dec. 31, 1895, 13,089,874 21 

Net Debt, Dec. 31,1895, $16,585,855 19 



1896. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1896, $29,675,229 40 

Loans paid in 1896 : — 

Bounty, $600 00 

Danrers Lunatic Hospital, 447,000 00 

Troy & Greenfield Railroad, . . . 1,000 00 

Worcesipr LnnaUc Hospital, . 345,000 00 

793,500 00 

$28,881,729 40 

lx)ans issued in 1896 : — 
Abolition of Grade Crossings, General 

Law, $3,500,000 00 

Armory, 125,000 00 

Afetropolitan Parks, .... 1,400,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, . 30,000 00 

Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, . 200,000 00 

Metropolitan Water, .... 4,775,000 00 

State Highway, 600,000 00 

State House Construction, 625,000 00 

State House (1901), 600,000 00 

11,756,000 00 

Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1896, $40,636,729 40 

Sinking Funds, Dec. 31, 1896 13,468,574 04 

NetDebt, Dec. 31,1896, $27,178,166 86 



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•21 



1899 

Total Funded Debt. Jan. 1, 1899, . . * . . . 169.786,229 40 

Loans paid in 1899 : — 
Abolition of Grade Crossings, Tremont 
Street, Boston, Hyde Park and Ded- 



ham, ..... 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, 
Massachusetts War, .... 
Metropolitan Parks, .... 
Metropolitan Parks, Series Two, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, 
Metropolitan Water, 
State Highway, .... 



$1,500,000 00 

85,000 00 

185,000 00 

1,025,000 00 

500,000 00 

1,025,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

400,000 00 



7,670,000 00 



Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1899, $67,456,229 40 

Sinking Funds, Dec. 81, 1899, . . . . 15,767,187 68 



Net Debt, Dec. 31, 1899, .• f5 1,689,091 72 



1900. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1900, 

Loans paid in 1900 : — 
Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, . . $3,617,756 10 



. $67,456,229 40 



3,617,756 10 



Loans issued in 1900 : — 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, 
Massachusetts War, . 
Metropolitan Parks, .... 
Metropolitan Parks, Series Two, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, 
Metropolitan Water, 
State Highway, .... 



$25,450 00 
95,000 00 
80,000 00 

325,000 00 

265,000 00 

10,912 00 

1,000,000 00 

400,000 00 



$63,838,473 30 



Total Funded Debt, Dec. 31, 1900, 
Sinking Funds, Dec. 31, 1900, . 

NetDebt, Dec. 31, 1900, . 



2,201,362 00 

. $66,039,835 30 
18,223,403 94 

. $47,816,431 36 



Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1901, 

Loans paid in 1901 : — 
Massachusetts War, . 
State House (1901), . 

Amounl carried forward^ . 



1901. 



$66,039,835 30 



$10,000 00 
2,385,000 00 



2,345,000 00 



. $63,694,835 30 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. T). 



23 



Amount broughl forward^ 1^4,267,762 00 



Loans issued in 1903 : — 

Annory, 

Massachusetts War, .... 
Massachusetts Hospital for Consumptives 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, 
Medfield Insane Asylum, . 
Metropolitan Parks,. 
Metropolitan Parks, Series Two, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, 
Metropolitan Water, 
Prisons and Hospitals, 
State Highway, .... 
State House, 



$8,000 00 

5,000 00 

150,000 00 

50,000 00 

165,500 00 

465,000 00 

410,000 00 

500,000 00 

1,786,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

746,650 00 

400,000 00 

880,000 00 



7,016,150 00 



Total Funded Debt, Dec. 81, 1908, 191,288,912 00 

Sinking Funds, Dec. 81, 1908 19,918,042 45 

• 

Net Debt, Dec. 81, 1903, $71,365,869 55 



.1904. 

Total Funded Debt, Jan. 1, 1904, . 

Loans issued in 1904 : — 
Armory, ....... 

Charles River Basin, . . . . 

Medfield Insane Asylum, .... 

Metropolitan Parks, 

Metropolitan Parks, Series Two, 
Metropolitan Sewerage, South System, . 
Metropolitan Water, .... 
Prisons and Hospitals, .... 

State Uighwaiy, 

State House, 



$91,288,912 00 



$128,000 00 
250,000 00 
108,000 00 
800,000 00 
800,000 00 
892,000 00 

2.000,000 00 
507,250 00 
800,000 00 
280,000 00 



4,516,250 00 



Total Funded Debt, Dec. 81, 1904, $95,799,162 00 

Sinking Funds, Dec. 81, 1904, 21,464,08188 



Net Direct Debt, Dec. 81, 1904, 



$74,335,180 12 



The total taxable property of the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, as per last published statements by the Secretary 
of the Commonwealth and the Tax Commissioner^ was as 
follows : — 



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25 



Amesbary, 


Foxborough, 


Richmond, 


Ashland, 


Georgetown, 


Rockland, 


Athol, 


Gloucester, 


Salem, 


Avon, 


Holliston, 


Sharon, 


Beverly, 


Hull, 


Shelburne, 


Boxford, 


Hyde Park, 


Shrewsbury, 


Brockton, 


Lowell, 


Somerville, 


Burlington, 


Lynn, 


Springfield, 


Cambridge, 


Manchester, 


Taunton, 


Chicopee, 


Milford, 


Tisbury, 


Cottage City, 


Nahant, 


Topsfield, 


Dan vers, 


Natick, 


Waltham, 


Dover, 


Needham, 


Ware, 


Dracut, 


New Bedford, 


VVellesley, 


East Bridgewater, 


Newton, 


Wenham, 


Easton, 


North Reading, 


West Brookfield, 


Essex, 


Northampton, 


. Westford, 


Everett, 


Orange, 


Westminster, 


Fall River, 


Peabody, 


Winthrop, 


Fitchbarg, 


Quincy, 


Worcester. 



Many additional inspectioDS have been made of the work per- 
formed by the local sealers, and, when necessary, instraction has 
been given. 

No new towns were incorporated by the Legislature of 1904, 
therefore no expenditure was required from the annual appropria- 
tion for the '^ Purchase of new standards." 

A standard of measure fifty feet in length, which is almost com- 
pleted, will soon be added to the equipment of this office, and will 
be used for the purpose of comparing surveyors' tapes and other 
linear measares for which previously no provision has been made. 

The national authorities, realizing the great necessity of uni- 
formity of legislation relating to weights and measures, have re- 
quested the several States to send representatives to a meeting to 
be held in Washington, D. C, during the present, month, for the 
purpose of discussing this question. I was appointed on Nov. 19, 
1904, by His Excellency John L. Bates, Governor, to represent 
the State at this conference. 

I would recommend the passage of the following legislation : — 

1. Chapter 403, Acts of 1903, entitled ''An Act relative to 
cranberry barrels and crates," provides for the enforcement of the 
same by the Deputy Sealers of Weights and Measures of the 
various cities and towns. The word '' Deputy" appears to have 
been used through error, and I would suggest that it be stricken 
out, thus making the statute uniform with other similar legis- 
lation. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



27 



Ykas. Tax. 

1 


Intorett. 


ExpentM. 


1896, 








1275,678 24 


t3,344 48 


t2,151 91 


1897, 








501,360 42 


6,791 85 


1,990 00 


1898. 








568,672 34 

1 


8,422 98 


2,458 07 


1899, , 










478,758 93 


6,103 50 


2,369 92 


1900, . 










897,989 75 


6,460 49 


2,429 29 


1901, , 










506,093 10 


8.043 87 


2,316 47 


1902, . 










427,753 13 


5,957 34 


2,588 86 


1903, . 










506,146 88 


12,479 09 


2,875 83 


1904, . 










561,725 14 


13,707 65 


2,429 66 












14,950,842 44 


190,751 50 


124,600 70 



General Fixances. 

The Sinking Funds as at present computed are calculated 
at such a rate of interest that, with proper care in the invest- 
ment of their funds, under any reasonable forecast of our 
/inancial future they cannot fail to be equal to the full 
amount of the debts they are to pay, before the same are 
due. 

The present condition of the Sinking Funds is such that 
appropriations for their benefit will be necessary in six 
cases, viz. : — 



Massachusetts War Loan Sinking Fund, 
Medfield Insane Asylum I^an Sinking Fund, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series Two, Sinking Fund, 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan Sinking Fund, • . 
State House Loan Sinking Fund, .... 
State Highway Loan Sinking Fund, 



156,905 58 

64,662 68 

33,258 67 

6,854 24 

395,668 72 

170,300 40 

f727,650 29- 



The Sinking Fund requirements for 1905, as tabulated 
above, and which amount to seven hundred twenty-seven 
thousand six hundred fifty and ^^^^^ dollars ($727,050.29), 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



29 



Such ac'tion would harmonize with previous policy and 
legislation, as already the ''Prisons and Hospitals Loan" 
covei"s issues for the benefit of — 



Danyers Insane Hospital, .... 
Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded, 
Massachusetts Reformatory, 
Northampton Insane Hospital, 
Reformatory Prison for Women, 
State Colony for the Insane, 
State Farm, .... 
State Hospital, 
Taunton Insane Hospital, . 
Westborough Insane Hospital, 
Worcester Insane' Asylum, . 
Worcester Insane Hospital, 



1 198,600 00 
216,000 00 
22,700 00 
169,000 00 
9,000 00 
389,200 00 
138,000 00 
130,600 00 
287,100 00 
800,900 00 
277,600 00 
108,000 00 

$2,176,600 00 



I respectfully recommend legislation that shall modify 
chapter 15 of the Eevised Laws, by adding step-children to 
the class of exempts named therein. 

I suggest, in this connection, that — 

(1) The intention of the collateral inheritance tax statute 
appears to be to exempt the near relatives of a decedent, 
with the addition of those who might constitute his immedi- 
ate family; and, although step-children are not now ex- 
empted, they are generally of the immediate family, and in 
the majority of cases are at the outset minors and actual 
dependents. 

(2) As step-children may not inherit from their foster 
jmrent, it would seem that they might well be exempt on 
the comparatively small amounts bequeathed to them as 
legacies. 

(3) In a number of instances the attention of this depart- 
ment has been drawn to cases where substantial injustice 
appears to have resulted ; for instance, in the case of a 
widower, with children, who remarries, and, dying, be- 
queaths his property to his second wife, who. in turn, at 
her death, bequeaths it to the children of the decedent from 
whose estate it originally flowed, and who are thus required 
to pay the 5 per cent, tax imposed. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUxMENT — No. 5. 31 

During my own administration of this portfolio, the very 
gro\^i;h and increase referred to have led me to change the 
system of book-keeping and accounting to a simpler, clearer 
and more accurate method in details, that has not only proved 
labor-saving, but has eliminated altogether the "padding'' 
of totals, characteristic of the old method. 

For this reason alone I omit in this, my last report, any 
such resume, as being without any value for comparison. 

But I am persuaded that no one of my predecessors has 
-ever had occasion equal to mine to acknowledge, with grati- 
tude, the ability, the zeal and loyalty to their chief of each 
and all of the attach^ of this department. 

These characteristics are to be found in every one of my 
subordinates, — each in his own individuality ; and it is to 
this fact that I owe a most happy experience in administer- 
ing the domestic affairs of this department, and to which 
large credit is to be given in the success attending the 
chang^es before referred to. 

Acquaintance has ripened into respect and regard, and I 
<'ommend them all to the entire confidence of my successor. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EDWARD S. BRADFORD, 

Treasurer and Receiver- General, 



Paet II. 



STATISTICAL TABLES. 



Bwat. 



I 



SobJeeC. 



Trial Balance, 



2 



Receipts and Payments on Account of Revenue, . 



Receipts and Payments on Account of Sinking Funds, 



Receipts and Payments on Account of Trust Funds, . 



Receipts and Payments on Account of Miscellaneous 
Funds. 

Receipts and Payments on Account of Trust Deposits, 



Statement of Increase and Decrease of Trust Deposits, 



8 Statement of Fund Balances, including Statement of 
all Cash and Securities on Hand. 



9 



10 



U 



12 



IS 



14 



Interest unpaid on Public Debt, 



Unpaid Taxes, 



Sinking Funds, Detailed Transactions, 



Trust Funds, Detailed Transactions, . 



Miscellaneous Funds, Detailed Transactions, 



Trust Deposits, Detailed Transactions, 



• • 



.Page. 



( '>■ 



• • 



84 



86-69 



70-71 



72-73 



74-79 



80-33 



84 



86-95 



96 



96 



98-148 



160-191 



191-262 



264-825 



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a^msuts gtpartnwnt, ^a$ion, §u, 31, 1904. 



Trial Balance. 



wil7i the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



Cb. 



By Payments in 1904 : — 

From Revenue, 

Sinking Funds, .... 

Trust Funds, 

Miscellaneous Funds, 

Trust Deposits, .... 


$17,446,437 16 

2,756,028 05 

2,255,836 88 

10,894,529 95 

321,635 38 


$33,674,462 42 

4,631,594 10 

84,012,039 93 

6,319,671 17 


Securities withdrawn and sold or paid 
in 1904 : — 
From Sinking Funds, .... 

Trust Funds, 

Miscellaneous Funds, 

Trust Deposits, .... 


$1,818,665 89 

375.475 00 

1,859,929 14 

577,524 07 


Securities on Hand Deo. 81, 1904 : — 
In Sinking Funds, .... 

Trust Funds, 

Miscellaneous Funds, 

Trust Deposits, .... 


$21,204,479 80 
5,782,202 88 
1,310,950 00 
5,764,407 25 


Cash on Hand Dec. 31, 1904 : — 

In Reyenue, 

Sinking Funds, .... 

Trust Funds, 

Miscellaneous Funds, 

Trust Deposits, .... 


$1,189,842 03 

259,552 08 

1,015,786 82 

3,851,696 19 

2,794 55 








$78,637,767 62 



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Payments on Aoootint of Bevenue. 



in accourU with Revenue. 



Cr. 



Revenue Payments in 1904. 

Far GenercU Purposes. 
Legislattye Department : — 
For Senate Compensation, . 
Senate Mileage, 
House Compensation, 
House Mileage, 
Clerks, Senate and House, 
Assistant Clerks, Senate and 

House, 

Chaplains, Senate and House, 
Sergeant-at-Arms, . 

Clerk, .... 
Cashier, .... 
Contingent, 
Doorkeepers, Postmaster, Messen- 
ger and Pages, . 
Pnnting and Binding for Senate, 
Printing and Binding for House, 
Printing and Binding Manual of the 

General Court, . 
Stationery for the Senate, 
Stationery for the House, 
Stationery and Printing ordered by 

Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Legislative Contingent, . 
Legislative Bulletin, 
Expenses of Legislative Commit- 
tees, 



Executive Department : — 
Govemor''s Salary, . . . . 
Lieutenant-Governor and 

Council, 
Governor's Private Secretary, 
Executive Secretary, 
Executive Stenographer, . 
Executive Contingent, 
Executive Postage, Printing 

and Stationery, . 
Messengers, 
Council Postage, Printing 

etc., .... 
Council Contingent, 
Extraordinary Expenses, . 
Clerical Assistance, . 



Amouni carried forward^ 



$30,750 00 
8,090 00 

180,000 00 

18,180 00 

6,000 00 

6,721 00 
600 00 
8,500 00 
2,200 00 
1,000 00 
389 21 

31,118 41 
11,128 13 
21,999 36 

4,384 93 

506 67 

1,060 64 

928 33 
4,782 07 
4,115 68 

32,693 08 



18,000 00 



9,348 
2,600 
2,458 
1,500 
2,972 



26 

00 
33 

00 
98 



879 34 
1,800 00 

500 69 

2,515 65 

10,437 76 

977 50 




$365,047 46 



43,890 51 



$408,937 97 



38 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEMENT No. 2.— Beoeipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Receiver-General 



AmourUs brought forward^ 

Revenue Receipts in 1904— Con, 
Applicable to General Purposes — Con 
To Fees from Clerk of Supreme Judl 
eial Coart, .... 

Fees from Commissioner of Cor- 
poi*ations, .... 

Fees from Commissions (Secre 
tary) 

Fees from Corporation Certificates 
(Secretary), .... 

Fees from Courts of Probate, . 

Fees from District Police, 

Fees from Foreign Corporations, 

Fees from Harbor and Land Com- 
missioners (Province Lands), 

Fees from Liquor Certificates to 
Druggists, .... 

Fees from Limited Partnerships, 

Fees from Purity of Inland Waters 

Fees from Reporter of Decisions, 

Fees from State Inspection of 
Boilers, 

Fees of Witnesses before Com- 
mittees (Refunded), 

Fees (Miscellaneous from Secre- 
tary), 

Gas and Electric Light Commis- 
sioners' Expenses (Collected), 

Income Lyman School for Boys, 

Income Massachusetts Reformatory, 

Income Reformatory Prison for 
Women, 

Income State Board of Charity, 

Income State Farm, . 

Income State Hospital, 

Income State Industrial School, 

Income State Prison, 

Indigent and Neglected Children, 

Interest on Bank 

Deposits, . .#187,155 50 
Amount paid Funds, . 94,570 28 



Interest on Collateral Legacy Tax, . 
Interest on Defended Payments, 
Interest on Public Park, Nantucket^ 
Licenses, Automobiles, 
Licenses, Hawkers' and Pedlers\ 
Licenses, Liquor, 

Massachusetts State Fir^nian's Aaso', 
ciation, . . 'ame** 



17,224,279 73 



Amounts carried fo 



900 00 

3,618 68 

11,295 00 

48,502 85 

15,264 04 

15 45 

9,690 00 

190 54 

1,248 00 

45 00 

80 00 

14 00 

10,572 58 

24 00 

3,084 45 

7,964 02 

645 82 

5,456 90 

1,858 10 

2,580 57 

14,877 59 

22,220 67 

876 50 

4,349 44 

199 00 



42,585 22 
18,707 65 
63,832 28 
243 22 

\9,222 00 

\6,l&54 00 

40 



$1,896,749 28 




11,396,749 28 



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Payments on Acoonnt of Bevenue. 



in account loith Revenue. 



Cii. 



AmourU brought forward^ 


• • . 


$408,937 97 


Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con. 






For General Purposes — Con. 






Secretary of the Common- 






wealth's Department : — 






For Secretary's Salary, .... 


13,600 00 




First Clerk, .... 


9,500 00 




Second Clerk 


2,200 00 




Chief of Archives Division, . 


2,000 00 




Cashier, 


1,200 00 




Extra Clerks and Messengers, 


26,460 62 




Incidentals 


8,169 17 




Records, Files, Papers and 






Documents in the Secretary's 






Department 


3,064 62 




Exchange and Distribntion of 






Public Documents, 


1,946 97 




Preservation of Town Records, 


14,946 00 




Ballot Boxes for Cities and 






Towns, 


1,163 62 




Licensing Coal Dealers, . 


18 28 


62,147 98 






Treasury Department : — 
Treasurer's Salary, .... 






#6,000 00 




First Clerk, 




2,600 00 




Second Clerk, . 




2,100 00 




Third Clerk, . 




1,800 00 




Cashier, . 




2,200 00 




Fund Clerk, . 




1,600 00 




Receiving Teller, . 
Paying Teller, . 




1,800 00 






1,800 00 




Assistant Paying Teller, 




1,000 00 




Assistant Bookkeeper, 




1,200 00 




Warrant Clerk, 




1,200 00 




Files Clerk, . 




900 00 




Stenographer, . 




900 00 




Extra Clerks, . 




2,426 86 




Messenger, 




900 00 




Incidentals, 




3,166 43 




Deputy Sealer, Weights, 1 


^eas- 






ures and Balances, 




2,166 71 




Legacy Tax Clerk, . 




1,900 00 




Collateral Legacy Tax Ex- 






penses, . . . • . 


629 66 


36,078 66 






Auditor's Department : — 






Anditor^s Salaiy, .... 


#3,600 00 




First Clerk, . . . . 


2,600 00 




Second Clerk, .... 


2,200 00 




Extra Clerks and Messengers, 


9,982 46 




Incidentals, .... 


1,614 68 




State Printing Expert, 


1,600 00 


21,297 13 




■ . • 


Amount carried forward ^ 


1 . 


1627,461 74 



40 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEMENT No. 2.— Receipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Reoeiyer-General 



Amounts brought forwardy 

Retbnue Receipts in 1904 — Con. 
Applicable to General Purposes — Con. 
To Militia Rifle Practice (Refunded), . 

Militia Transportation (Refunded), . 

Penalties from Failure to make re- 
turns to State Board of Charity, . 

Penalties from Forfeiture of Con- 
tracts, 

Penalties from Illegal Insurance, . 

Penalties from Illegal Sale of Dairy 
Products, . . . . 

Penalties from Infringement of Fish 
and Game Laws, .... 

Public Park at Nantucket (Received 
from Nantucket), .... 

Railroad Commissioners* Expenses 
(Collected), 

Rent of Great Ponds, . . 

Repairs of State Highways, 

Sales of Ballot Boxes, 

Sales of Books, 

Sales of Bradford Manuscript, . 

Sales of Confiscated Liquors, . 

Sales of Division of Adult Poor 
(Second hand Typewriter), . 

Sales of Egg Bearing Lobsters to 
the United States bv Commission- 
ers on Fisheries and Game, . 

Sales of House Stationery, 

Sales of Legislative Bulletin, . 

Sales of Massachusetts Atlas Sheets, 

Sales of Old Furniture, . 

Sales of Old Papers (Bureau of 
Labor^, 

Sales 01 Quartermaster's Supplies 
(Old Material), .... 

Sales of State Board of Agriculture 
(Cattle Bureau), .... 

Sales of State Board of Health (Diph- 
theria Outfits), .... 

Sales of State Board of Insanity 
(Second hand Typewriter), . 

State Foresters (Expenses of Travel 
Refunded), . . . . , 

State Insane Paupers (Refunded), , 

Support and Transportation ot 
Pauper Infants (Refunded), . 

Support of State N'otmal Scboo\^ 
received from Cid^^ ^a Towns 

Temporary Advances.^ ^eV©^^^* 

Amounts carried fi 



18,347,977 86 



$1,896,749 28 



60 
7 96 

340 00 

600 00 
16,200 00 

20 00 

1,606 00 

866 76 

26,000 16 

27 00 

18,923 11 

600 00 

2,844 91 

283 00 

2,400 64 

26 00 



126 60 

1 26 

418 00 

226 70 

1,087 85 

296 24 

787 02 

8,106 06 

88 00 

16 00 

8 68 
7 42 

70 27 

\Km 40 

1b^%U 06 




yW 1^ \ 11,896,749 28 



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Payments on Ao count of Bevenue. 



i7i (f ceo tint icith Revenue. 



V\i. 



Amount brought forward. 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con, 
For General Purposes — Con. 
Attorney General 's Depart- 
ment : — 
For Attorney Gcnerars Salary, 

Expenses, 



State House : — 
State House, Care of Building and 
Grounds 

Engineer-s Department, . 

Watchmen and Assistant 
Watchmen, . 

Messengers and Porters, . 

Heat, Light and Power, . 

Telephones, 

Matron, State House, 

New Furniture and Fixtures, 



Printing : — 

Printing Public Documents, . 

(general Laws, .... 
Blue Book, .... 
Term Reports, .... 

Assessoi-s^ Books and Blanks, 

Printing and Distributing Ballots 
for Election, .... 

Registration Books and Blanks, In- 
dexing Returns and Editing 
Registration Report, . 

Purchase of Paper for the Common- 
wealth, 

Preparation of Tables and Indexes 
relating to the Statutes, 

Blank Forms for Town Officers, . 

Massachusetts Revolutionary Rec- 
ords, 

Printing Additional Copies of Re- 
port of Recess Committees, 

Printing Report, Committee on re- 
lation between Employer and 
Employee, 

Printing Report of Capital Trials, . 

Publishing Laws, .... 

Printing Laws relating to Inspec- 
tion of Lumber, .... 



Amount carried forward^ 



1627,461 74 



#5,000 00 
82,919 54 



$24,314 95 
27,110 62 

14,392 02 
9,439 81 

85,915 63 

5,974 73 

800 00 

7,739 83 



18,508 29 

3,748 15 

6,861 03 

1,223 10 

1,517 36 

10,960 37 



1.957 89 

29,851 81 

500 00 
3,961 79 

3,546 25 

57 10 



368 28 

1,500 00 

500 00 

47 30 



37,919 54 



125,687 59 



85,108 72 



f776,177 59 



42 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan . 



STATEMENT No. 2.— Receipts and 



Dr. 



Treasiueu and Receivek-(teneral. 



Amounts brought forward. 

Revenue Receipts in 1904— Con. 

Applicable to General Purposes — Con. 

To Tempo rarv Aid to State Paupers 

(Refunded), 

Transportation of Paupers by State 

Board of Charity (Refunded), 
Westfield Normal School Buildings 



(Sales), 



Receipts Applicable to Special Purposes. 

To Endowment of Colleges for the 

Benefit of Agriculture and the 

Mechanic Arts (received from 

United States) 

Interest on deposits of Sundry 
Funds, 

Massachusetts Soldiers^ Home (Re- 
ceived from United States), . 

Summer Census Tax, 

Temporary Loans, .... 

Receipts for Distribution. 
To Boston Elevated Railway Company's 
'Pax 
Corporation Tax, . f4,299.169 05 
Less retained, . 1,182,668 15 



National Bank Tax, . f873,079 49 
Less retained, . 346,146 63 



Street Railway Tax, .... 

Transfers in Adjustment from Funds. 
To Baring Brothers & Co., Limited, 
Printing Metropolitan Water and 

Sewerage Board reports, 
Massachusetts State Sanatorium 
Buildings, etc., .... 

Transfers from Funds. 
To Danvers Insane Hospital, . 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates, 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epilepl 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble 
Minded,. . . . ^^ 

Massachusetts Siat^ Sanatorivitn, 
Northampton Jnsark^ iJ,.coitaV, 
Taunton Insane Ho^ J!^{^ 

Amounts carried^'^^^^ j 



(8,514,182 19 




/ 



1 80 
47 30 

7,050 00 



(25,000 00 

94,570 28 

27,876 43 

560 81 

3,500,000 00 



(106,887 28 



3,116,500 90 



526,932 86 
910,099 66 



2,469 02 

2,250 06 

625 00 




•815 39 

26,887 17 

18,576 90 

70,340 54 
^b,%l 29 
1U\^ 64 
^U^O 50 



(1,396,749 28 



8,521,281 29 



8,648,007 52 



4,660,420 70 



5,344 08 



m\V^ 4a \ 118,281,802 87 



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43 



Payments on Account of Revenue. 



in aticount irith Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con. 
For General Purposes — Con. 
Judiciary : — 
For Court of Land Registration, . 

District Attorneys, .... 

Assistant District Attorneys, . 

Attorney's Clerk for Suffolk 

District, . . . . 

Bar Examiners' Expenses, 

Supreme Judicial Court: — 
Justices' Salaries and Expenses, . 

Clerk, .• . 

Reporter of Decisions, 

Expenses, 

Oflficei-s and Messengers of the 
Supreme Judicial Court, 

Clerk to Supreme Judicial 
Court, Suffolk County, 

Supreme Judicial Court Clerks, 

Retired Justices Supreme Ju- 
dicial Court, .... 



Superior Court : — 
justices' Salaries and Expenses, . 
Assistant Clerk Superior Court, 
Suffolk County, . 



Courts of Probate and Insol- 
vency : — 
Jnd^' Salaries, .... 

Registers 

Assistants, .... 
Clerks to Register in Suffolk 

County,. . . ' • 
Clerks to Registers of Probate 

and Insolvency Courts, 
Expenses of Courts of Insol- 
vency, 



Boards and Commissions : — 
Adult Blind, Condition of the, 

Ballot Law Commission, 

Amount carried forward. 



$20,850 00 
14,800 00 

1,800 00 



$60,000 00 
2,965 52 
6,008 91 
1,316 64 

2,400 00 

1,500 00 
2,203 68 

5.250 00 



$161,500 00 
500 00 



$50,156 67 
82,950 00 
14,324 62 

1,200 00 

25,284 72 

6 50 



$776,177 59 



27,518 76 



37,450 00 
962 05 



81,639 75 



162,000 00 



123,922 51 



328 27 
3,027 00 



$1,213,025 93 



44 



TREASURERS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEICENT No. 2.— Receipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Receiver-General. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Rbvenue Receipts in 1904 — Con. 
Iransf era from Funds — Con. 
To Westborou^n Insane Hospital, 
Worcester insane Hospital, 

Interest, etc. 
To Interest on Abolition of Grade 
Crossings Loan from Cities and 
Towns, ...... 

Interest on Medfield Insane Asylum 
Loan, 

Interest on Prisons and Hospitals 
Loan, 

Int43rest on State Highway Loans, . 

Interest on State House Loan, . 

Interest on State House Construc- 
tion Loan, 

Interest on Temporary Loans 
(made to Funds), .... 



Amount carried 



^1^^"^' 



$207,138 43 



26,464 75 
56,399 65 



$53,705 68 

1,165 51 

3.994 71 

5,220 83 

581 39 

542 50 

49,262 87 




(18,231,808 87 



290,002 83 



114,478 49 



. 118,686,279 19 



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45 



PaymentB on Account of Revenue. 



in account with Revenue. 



Cr, 



AmoufU brofight forwardy 

Reyenue Payments in 1904 — Con. 
For Oeneral Purposes-^ Con. 
Boards and Commissions — Con. 
Civil Service Commissioners, 
Board of, — 
For Compensation and Expenses, 
Chief Examiner, 
Secretary, 

Registrar of Labor, . 
Clerks and Expenses, 
Printing and Binding Report, 



Conciliation and Arbitration, 
Board of, — 

Salaries, 

Clerk, 

Expenses, 

County Accounts, Controller 
of,— 

Salary, 

Deputies, 

Expenses, 



Dentistry, Registration, Board of, . 

Gas and Electric Light Com- 
missioners, — 
Salaries, 

Clerks, 

E^xpenses, . . . . 
Inspector's Department, . 
Inspection of Electric Meters, 



Fisheries and Game, Board of, 

Harbor and Land Commis- 
sioners, Board of, — 
Salaries, 

Engineers, etc., 

Travel, 

Expenses 

Printing and Binding Report, 
Printing Town Boundary Atlases, . 
Channel at Bass River, Yarmouth, 
Dredging Bass River, Beverly, 

Amounts carried forward, 



|l,dS5 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

16,602 85 
845 59 



16,750 00 
1,350 00 
7,480 91 



12,500 00 
4.500 00 
1,109 69 



$1,213,025 98 



24383 44 



15«580 91 



8,109 69 
3,950 14 



1916 68 




338 34 




34 72 




778 89 




53 72 






2.117 86 
36,652 96 


* • I 


$8,700 00 




28,128 85 




400 00 




1,239 30 




458 84 




3,262 22 




629 Q5 
23,584 62 






$66,402 78 


$1,804,270 42 



46 



TKEASURER'S REPORT. 



JaQ. 



STATEMENT No. 2.— Beceipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Receiver-General 



AmouTU brought forward J 



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FasrmentB on Account of Revenue. 



in account icith Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con, 

For Oenerat Purposes — Con. 

Boards and Commissions — Con, 

Harbor and Land Commissioners, Board 

of — Con. 
For Dredging Easterly Shore, Dorches- 
ter, . ' . 
Dredging Quincj Shore, . 
Dredging Soath Boston Shore, 
Dredging Weymouth Fore River, 
Expenses in connection with Prov 

ince Lands, .... 
Improvement of Cotuit Harbor, 
Improvement of Lake Anthony, 
Improvement of Red River 

Chatham, .... 
Outlet from Menamsha Pond, 
Protection of Hatfield from Con- 
necticut River, 
Protection of Stage Harbor 

at Chatham, 
Surveys of Harbors, 
Investigation relating to Dry Docks 

in Boston, .... 
Removal of Wreck from Tide- 
water, 

Entrance to East Bay, Osterville, 



Health, Board of, — 
Secretary, .... 

t^ierfiLS, «... 

Expenses,. 
Inspection of Milk, Food and Drugs 
Purity of Inland Waters, 
Examination of Sewer Outlets, 
Investigation of the Dumping of 

Garbage, .... 
Printing Report, 
Antitoxin and Vaccine Lymph, 
Sanitary Condition of Factories, 



$66,402 78 



I 



Highways, Commissioners of 
State, — 
State Highway Commission, . 
Licensing Automobiles, . 
Repairs to State Highways, . 
Printing Report, .... 



Amount carried forward. 



26,000 00 
7,269 76 

20.468 74 
6,618 72 

8,689 12 
1,784 89 
6,097 48 

641 68 
2,640 00 

4,946 14 

17 76 
4,688 66 

100 00 

60 00 
6,179 71 



12,677 42 

7,906 67 

9,781 10 

12,063 31 

83,079 87 

6,016 80 

766 61 
3,697 06 
7,121 43 
1,000 00 



132,337 78 

6,819 29 

64,969 22 

1,040 44 



11,304,270 42 



166,294 32 



83,989 17 



96,166 73 



•1,688,710 64 



48 



TKEASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Dr. 



STATEMENT No. 2. — Receipts and 



Treasurer and Receiver-Genekal. 



Amount brought forward^ 



$18,636,279 19 




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49 



Payments on Account of Bevenue. 



in account with Revbxue. 



Or. 



Amount brought forward. 

Revenue Payments in 1904— Con. 
For General Purposes — Con. 
Boards and Commissions — Con. 
Insurance Commissioner, — 
For Salarj, 

Deputy, . 
Actuary, . 
Examiner, 
Clerks, 
Extra Clerks, 
Expenses, 
Printing and Binding Report, 

Labor, Bureau of Statistics 
of,- 
Chief 

First Clerk, 

Second Clerk, . 

Special Agents, 
Statistics of Manufactures, 
• Printing and Binding Report, 
Clerks and Expenses, 
Decennial Census, . 



Medicine, Registration, Board of, . 

Pharmacy, Registration, Board of, . 

Publication, Board of, . 

Publication of the Province Laws, . 

Public Records, Commissioner of, . 

Railroad Commissioners, — 
Salaries, . 
Clerks, 
Accountant, 
Experts, . 
Inspectors, 
Expenses, . 



Savings Banks Commissioners, 
Board of, — 
Salaries, ...... 

Clerks 

Expenses 

Printing and Binding Report, 



Amount carried forward, 



13,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
4,700 00 

25,599 00 
4,068 40 
8,827 15 



18,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,650 00 
2,400 00 
6,488 76 
8.782 19 

14,608 48 
6,704 77 



f 1,088 85 
281 00 
208 84 
648 08 
749 12 
8,343 87 



$9,500 00 
6,122 80 
8,897 17 
5,181 02 



$1,688,710 64 



48,194 55 



40,584 20 
6,479 95 
7,858 64 
79 83 
6,980 48 
4,469 75 



6,313 26 



24,200 99 



f 1.783,867 29 



50 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEMENT No. 2. — Receipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Receiver-General 



Amount brought forward. 




118,636,279 19 



. ;il»,636.279 19 



/ 



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51 



Payments on Acoount of Revenue. 



in account with Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amount brought forward, 

Revekdb Payments in 1904 — Con. 
For General Purposes — Con. 
Boards and Commissions — Con. 
For Standard Record Ink, 

Tax Commissioner, — 
Salary, 

Deputy, 

First Clerk, 

Second Clerk, 

Extra Clerks, 

Travel, . 

Contingent, 
Printing and Binding; Report, 
Expenses of State Valuation, . 



Veterinary Medicine, Board 
Registration in, . 



of 



Agricultural : — 

Boani of Agriculture, Secretary, . 
Secretary's Clerks and Lec- 
tures, .... 
Secretary's Expenses, 

Printing and Binding Report, 

Incidentals 

Members' Travel, . 

Cattle Bureau, 

Agricultural Societies, Bounties, 

Alassaehusetts Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, 

Massachusetts Agricultural College 
Scholarships, 

Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege, 

Trustees' Travel, 

Printing and Binding Trustees' Re- 
port 

State Dairy Bureau, 

State Nursery Inspector, 

Compensation oi Inspectors of 
Animals, .... 

Veterinary Laboratory Mainte- 
nance, 

Commercial Feed Stu£fs, 

Expenses in connection with Foot 
and Moutli Disease, 

State Forester, Salary, etc., . 



Amount carried forward. 



$1,788,367 29 



$3,500 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

1,500 00 

18,119 49 

138 21 

4,346 82 

930 64 

1,840 00 



$3,000 00 

5,755 41 

249 51 

5,667 80 

746 73 

1,323 82 

71,598 14 

17,518 10 

13,000 00 

17,500 00 

28,500 00 
500 68 

850 35 

7,536 71 

820 82 

6,162 97 

1.000 00 
3,000 00 

1,391 78 
1,172 36 




316 38 



84,875 16 
560 74 



187,295 18 



$2,006,414 75 



52 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Dr. 



STATEMENT No. 2. — Receipts and 



Treasurer and Receiveu-Geneual 



Amount brought forward^ 



$18,636,279 19 



Amount carried foruu^- 



. ^\8,686,^79 19 



L 



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PaymentiB on Aooount of Reveaue. 



in account with Revenue. 



Cr. 



Am(mrU brought forward^ 


■ • . 


$2,006,414 76 


Revenue Payments in 1901— Con. 






For General Purposes — Con. 






Charitable: — 






State Board of Charity, — 






For Expenses, 


$7,767 98 




Auxiliary Visitors, .... 


1,239 U 




Transportation of Paupers, . 
Printing and Binding Report, 


12,307 20 




1,769 66 








28,083 88 






State Board of Insanity, — 






Executive Officer, .... 


•5.000 00 




Clerks 


14,109 17 


1 


Expenses, .... 


4,606 87 




Transportation, 


10,441 81 




Printing and Binding Report, 


767 17 




Board of Insane in Boston Insane 






Hospital, 


64,622 26 




Board of Insane in City and Town 






Almshouses, .... 


40,320 60 


139,766 77 






Division of Adult Poor, — 






Superintendent's Salary, 


$3,000 00 




Clerks, 


26,669 37 




Expenses, .... 


10,312 96 


39382 33 






Division of Minor Wards, — 






Saperin ten dent's Salary, 


$3,000 00 




Clerks, 


36,989 68 




Expenses, .... 


3,269 78 


43,269 86 






State Hospitals ; — 






Dan vers Insane Hospital, Ex- 






penses, 


$216,266 97 




Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 






maniacs and Inebriates, Ex- 






penses, ...... 


22,418 00 




Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep- 






tics, Expenses, .... 


78,794 92 




Ma8.sachusetts School for the 






Feeble-Minded, Expenses, . 


66,348 00 




Massachusetts State Sanatorium, 






Expenses, 


90.008 62 




Medlield Insane Asylum, Expenses, 


215,020 18 




Northampton Insane Hospital, Ex- 






penseSf ••.... 


113,585 43 




State Colony for the Insane, Ex- 






penses, ...... 


24,262 27 




State Colony for the Insane, Ex- 






penses, 1902, .... 


131 33 




State Hospital, Expenses, 


211,374 67 




Amounts carried forward^ 


$1,038,210 29 


$2,262,397 08 



54 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STATEMENT No. 2. — Reoeipts and 



Dr. 



Treasurer and Receiver-General 



A mou nt b rotight forward^ 



\ 




$18,636,279 19 



Amount carried forwi 



. . \U8»686,279 19 



\ 



1905.] 



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55 



Payments on Acoount of Bevenue. 



in account \cith Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amounts brought forward. 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con. 
For General Purposes — Con. 
State Hospitals — Coyi 
For Taunton Insane Hospital, Ex- 
penses, ...... 

Westborough Insane Hospital, Ex- 
penses, 

Worcester Insane Asylum, P>x- 

penses, 

Worcester Insane Hospital, Ex- 
penses, 



Educational : — 

Secretary Board of Education, 

Salary, 

Clerks, etc , . 
Agents, .... 
Members' Travel, . 

* Incidentals, 

Printing and Binding Report, 

Support of State Normal Schools, 

Aid to Pupils in Normal Schools, 

State Normal Art School, 

School Superintendents in .Small 
Towns, 

Tnition of Children in Small Towns 

Education of Deaf Pupils, 

Perkins Institution and Massachu- 
setts School for the Blind, . • 

Education of Adult Blind at their 
Homes,. .... 

County Teachers' Association, 

Manual of School Laws, . 

Teachers' Institutes, 

School Re^'sters and Blanks, . 

Salaries of Public School Teachers 
in Small Towns, . 

Premium on Securities purchased 
for the Massachusetts School 
Fund 

Aid to Promote the establishment 
of Free Public Libraries, 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 

Bradford Durfee Textile School, 

Expenses National Educational As- 
sociation, .... 

Lowell Textile School, . 

Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, ..... 

New Bedford Textile School,. 



$1,088,210 29 



$2,252,897 08 



154,860 00 

138,499 80 

108,455 61 

187,266 82 



Ammnts carried forward. 



$8,875 00 

2,483 81 

12,679 79 

508 82 

1,709 49 

2,169 65 

283,344 94 

4,000 00 

29,972 28 

92,691 66 
49,186 23 
81,660 56 

37,600 00 

4,846 01 
625 00 
286 58 

1,008 08 
768 70 

487 00 



25.540 98 

1,921 07 

6,000 00 
20,000 00 

42 40 
20,000 00 

29,000 00 
18,000 00 



$729,756 95 



1,622,292 02 



$3,874,689 10 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 5. 



57 



FasrmentB on Aoootint of Reyenue. 



in account with Revenue. 



Cb. 



*AfnoufUs brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con, 

For General Purposes — Con. 

Educational — Con. 

For New Enfi^land Industrial School for 

Deaf Mutes, 

Nautical Training School, Board of, 
Transportation of Children, . 
Premium on Securities for Techni- 
cal Education Fund, Common- 
wealth Grant, .... 
Massachusetts Teachers^ Associa- 
tion, 

Technical Education Fund, United 
States Grant, Income of Revenue, 
Technical Education Fund, Com- 
monwealth Grant, Revenue, 



State Librarv : — 
State Library Books, 
Librarian's Salary, . 
Librarian's Clerks, . 
Contingent Expenses, 
Printing and Binding Report, 
Index of Current Events, 



Military : — 

Adjutant General's Depart- 
ment, — 
Adjatant General's Salary, 

First Clerk, 

Second Clerk, . 

Additional Clerk, 

Extra Clerks and Messengers 

Incidentals, 
Printing and Binding Report,. 
Quartermaster's Employees, . 

Quartermaster's Incidentals, 

Quartermaster's Supplies, 
Military Accounts, . 
Militia Pay and Allowances, . 
Militia, Transportation of, 
Militia Rifle Practice, . 
Allowance to Officers for Care of 

Proper^, .... 
Militia Camp Ground, . 
Instruction m Riding, 
Armory Rents, 

Amounts carried forward^ 



t729,756 96 



2,600 00 

76,464 18 

106 00 



8,012 60 
800 00 

6,684 90 
424 66 



#6,499 29 
8,000 00 
4,800 00 
2,498 94 
688 06 
1,000 00 



#8,874,689 10 



#8,600 00 
2,200 00 
1,600 00 
2,000 00 
8,728 68 
2,710 74 
911 82 
2,182 60 
6,471 10 

11«801 86 

4,881 07 

167388 06 

14,947 20 

28,487 86 

4,866 62 

1,864 11 

2,660 00 

89,491 67 



#291,122 62 



819,189 18 



17,981 29 



#4,711359 62 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



59 



Payments on Account of Reyenne. 



in nccouni with Revenue. 



Or. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Con, 

For General Purposes — Con. 

Military — Con. 

Adjutant General's Department — Con 

For Repairs to Uniforms, 

Expenses, Care, Heating and Re- 
pairs to Armories, 
Expenses U. S. S. Inea, . 
Janitors of Armories, 
Surgeon GeneraPs Salary, 
Incidentals, 

Examination of Recruits, 
Rifle Team Expenses, 
Equipment of First Regiment 

Heavy Artillery, . 
Reimbursement of First Regiment, 
Heavy Artillery, .... 

War Expenses: — 
Commissioner on State Aid and 
Pensions, Salary, .... 

Deputy, 

Clerks, 

Agents, . . . . . 

Expenses, 

Massachusetts Soldiers^ Home, 
Commissioner on War Records, 
Preserving War Records, 
Testimonials to Soldiers and Sail- 

ors, W^ar with Spain, . 
First Regiment Massachusetts Vol- 
unteers, 1861, .... 
Bounties to Massachusetts Yolnp- 
teers of 1861, .... 
Veterans of the Civil War who 

have not received Bounties, 
State and Military Aid, . 



Reformatory and Correctional : — 
Board of Prison Commis- 
sioners, — 

Chairman, 

Secretary, . . . . 

Clerks, 

Travel, 

Contingent, . . . . 

Agents, 

Aiding Convicts Discharged from 
State Prison, .... 

Amounls carried forward. 



t291,122 62 



9,130 32 

37,619 49 
3,187 87 
6,790 84 
1,200 00 
2,214 33 
2,787 92 
2,904 19 

2,249 28 

42 00 



(2,500 00 
2,000 00 
7^79 84 
4,544 17 
1,368 43 

80,000 00 

9,939 49 

727 50 

179 45 

669 OS 

125 00 

632 31 
802,667 08 



(4,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,546 00 
2,808 29 
2,498 54 
5,200 00 

2,482 49 



(24,030 32 



14,711,859 52 



858,248 86 



868,282 25 



(5,988,340 13 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



61 



Payments on Aoootint of Bevenue. 



in account xfith Bevenie. 



Or. 



AmounU brought forward. 


$24,030 82 


(5,938,840 18 


Revenue Patmbmts in 1904— Con. 






For (General Purposes — Con 






Reformatory and Correctional — Con. 






Board of Prison Commissioners — Con. 






For Agents for Aiding Discharged Fe- 






male Prisoners, . . 


4,185 06 




Aiding Prisoners from Massachu- 






setts Reformatory, ... 


4,688 99 




Removal of Prisoners to and from 




» 


State and County Prisons, . 


1,390 29 




Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates, Indus- 










tries, 


8,390 66 




Reclamation of Waste Land by 






Prisoners 


19,198 80 




Support of Sarah Jane Robinson, . 


800 00 




District Police, .... 


121,662 23 




Printing Report, District Police, . 


640 90 




Steamer Lexington Expenses, 


9,163 36 




State Prison Expenses, . 


162,467 66 


' 


Massachusetts Reformatory Ex- 






penses, 


218,182 76 




Reformatory Prison for Women 






Expenses, 


67,899 84 




State Farm Expenses, 


197,104 70 




State Industrial School Expenses, . 


68,677 20 




Lyman School for Boys Ex- 
penses, 

Education of Children from Lyman 






86,926 66 






9 


School, 


666 70 




Trustees Lyman and Industrial 






Schools, 


697 29 




Trustees Lyman and Industrial 




\ 


Schools, Agents, .... 


8,092 69 


Apparatus for Examination of En- 




i 


^'neers, 

Printing Report of Trustees of 


604 66 






* 


Lyman and Industrial School, . 


268 67 


974,018 21 


Public Buildings : — 




State Hospital, .... 


(6,969 66 




Massachusetts Reformatonr, . 
Reformatory Prison for Wx)men, . 


2,075 50 




2,499 88 




State Farm, 


8,150 26 




Lyman School for Boys, 


7,430 64 




State Industrial School, . 


16,583 80 


%, 


State Normal School at Bridge- 




^ 


water, 


24,202 61 




Amounts carried forward. 


(62,911 65 


(6,907,858 84 



1905.] 



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63 



Payments on Aooount of Bevenue. 



in account v:{th Revenue. 



Or. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

• 

Rbtenue Payments in 1904 — Con, 
For Oeneral Purposes — Ck)n. 
Public Buildings — Con, 
For State Normal School at Framing- 
ham, ...... 

State Normal School at Fitchburg, 
State Normal School at NorUi 

Adams, 

State Normal School at Salem, 
State Normal School at Westfield, 
Hospital Cottages for Children, 
Massachusetts School for the 
Feeble-Minded, .... 
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates, 
Massachusetts State Sanatorium, . 
Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege, 

Miscellaneous : — 

Baring Brothers and Company, 
Limited, .... 

Bridge over North River, between 
Hanover and Pembroke, 

Bridge betvreen Newburyport and 
Salisbury, .... 

Collateral Legacy Tax, Refunded 

Committee on Corporation Laws, 

Committee on Public Improve- 
ments, 

Committee on Relation between 
Employer and Employee, . 

Commission on Building Laws, 

Construction of Roads in Mashpee 

Construction of Roads in Truro, 

Counting Apparatus for Election, 

Damages by Wild Deer, . 

Dedication of Statue of General 
Joseph Hooker, . 

Firemen, Payment to Families of, 

Gratuities, .... 

Greylock State Reservation, . 

Liquor Licenses, 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 

Lewis and Clark Exposition, Port- 
land, Oregon, 

Massachusetts School Fund, . 

Massachusetts State Fireman^s As 
sociation, .... 

Monument at Vicksburg, Miss., 

Amounts carried forward. 



t62,911 56 



1.601 98 
8,880 61 

9,736 64 

1,829 67 

1,989 29 

80 46 

8,827 63 

4.602 62 
1,320 76 

6,026 67 



(6,907,869 34 



(26 83 

6,000 00 

26,000 00 

468 26 

10,600 00 

64 00 

7,299 49 
136 86 
300 00 
600 00 
260 00 
629 66 

2,021 79 

7,000 00 

3,916 71 

278 62 

676 00 

77,990 19 

1,496 00 
100,000 00 

12.000 00 
96 60 



$266,436 79 



100,707 46 



$7,008,066 80 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5 



65 



Payments on Aooonnt of Revenue. 
in account with Revenub. 



Cr. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Reyenub Payments ik 1904— Con. 
For General Purposes^ Con. 
Miscellaneoas — Con, 
¥6r Mount Tom State Reservation, 
National Encampment, Grand 
Army Repnblic, .... 
Portraits of Governors, . 
Statue of Major General William 
Francis Bartlett, .... 
Tablet of Major George L. Stearns, 
Town of Middlefield, Repairing 

Roads, 

Wachusett Mountain State Reser- 
vation, 

Sundry Accounts : — 

Support of Insane Paupers, . 

Reimbursement of Expenses for 
Maintenance of the Insane in 
oeiiiiin Towns, .... 

Support of Paupers by Cities and 
Towns, ...... 

Burial of Paupers, .... 

Temporary Aid of Paupers, . 

Snppoit and Transportation of 
Pauper Infants, .... 

Indigent and Neglected C h i 1 - 
dren, 

Education of Children undercharge 
of State Board of Charity, . 

Expenses of Conta^ous Diseases, . 

Hospital Cottages for Children, 

Meoical Examiners^ Fees, 

Pensions, 

Annuities, 

i Massachusetts Charitable Eye and 
J Ear Infirmary, .... 

State Paupers, Special Allowance, . 

Disposal of Sewerage, Massachu- 
setts School for the Feeble- 
Minded, 

Investigation of Crippled Persons 
in the Commonwealth, 

Purchase of Regimental Histories, 

\ 

Interest : — ^ 

Abolition of Grad^^Crossings 

Ijoan, ...... 

Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad 

Loan, 

Amounts carried forward, 

- — 



f 265,486 79 



22,974 60 

60,000 00 
600 00 

18,882 81 
260 00 

2,796 78 

674 70 



(20,608 19 

4,168 74 

62,688 06 

8,888 78 

81,414 96 

68,829 86 

207,947 09 

28,680/44 

26,274 98 

6,017 80 

864 80 

620 00 

6,988 82 

80,000 00 
786 69 

820 89 

66 86 
1,000 00 



(280,762 60 
2,250 75 



(288,018 25 



(7,008,066 80 



851,014 68 ' 



488,285 82 



17,847,865 80 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5 



67 



Payments on Aocoiint of Revenue. 



in account with Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 ~ Con, 
For General Purposes — Con. 
Interest — Con. 
For Harbor Inaprovement Loan, . 
Massachusetts Hospital for Con- 
sampdves Loan, .... 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep- 
tics Loan, 

Massachusetts )Var Loan, 
Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan, . 
State House Loan, .... 
State House Construction Loan, 
State Highway Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series 
Two, Revenue, .... 
Temporary Loan, .... 



PaymetUs for Special Purposes. 
For Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege, . $16,666 66 
Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, 8,883 84 

Massachusetts Soldiers^ Home, 
Summer Census, .... 
Temporary Loans, .... 
Interest on Bank Deposits Sundry 
Funds, 

Payments in Distrxbuiion, 
For Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany's Tax, 

Corporation Tax paid Cities and 

Towns, 

National Bank Tax paid Cities and 

Towns, 

Street Railway Tax, 

Transfers in Adjustment to Funds 
For Income Fitchburg Railroad Securi- 
ties Loan Sinking Fund, Revenue, 
North Metropolitan System, Sewer- 
age Maintenance, 
South Metropolitan System, Sewer- 
age Maintenance, 

Amounts carried forward^ 



(283,018 26 



17^500 00 

14,905 00 

12,418 60 
87,200 00 
48,783 00 
66.266 62 
19,660 00 
118,780 00 
168,012 60 

69,987 00 
66,976 94 



(26,000 00 

27376 48 

660 81 

8,600,000 00 

94,670 28 



(106,887 28 

8,116,600 90 

626,982 86 
910,099 66 



18,666 00 
4,674 67 
6,444 06 



$13,678 62 



$7347,366 80 



887,891 81 



8,648,007 62 



4,660,420 70 



$17,043,186 83 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



69 



Payments on Aooonnt of Bevenue. 



m account with Revenue. 



Cr. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Revenue Payments in 1904 — Ctm. 
Transfers in Adjustment to Funds — 

Con. 
For Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking 
Fond, Series Two, Revenue. 
Metropolitan Parks Maintenance 
Fnnd, Series Two. Revenue. 


118.573 62 

58,174 88 
41.500 00 


$17,043,185 83 
113,248 50 

290,002 83 


Payments from Transfers, 
For Danvers Insane Hospital. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dip- 
somaniacs and Inebriates, . 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epi- 
leptics. 

Massachusetts School for the 
Feeble-Minded, .... 

Massachusetts Statd Sanatorium, . 

Northampton Insane Hospital. 

Taunton Insane Hospital. 

Westborough Insane Hospital. 

Worcester Insane Hospital, . 


r 

•815 39 

26.887 17 

18^^76 90 

70.340 54 
85,251 29 
22.416 64 
32.850 50 
26,464 75 
56,399 65 




. . . 
. • • 


Cash on Hand Dec. 31. 1904, . 


117.446,437 16 
1,189,842 03 


Total Payments. 


118.636.279 19 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



71 



Payments on Aocoiint of Sinking Funds* 



in account with Sinking Funds. 



Cr. 



Payments in 1904 : — 
By Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan, 
Armory Loan, • . . . 
Charles River Basin Loan, 
Harbor Improvement Loan, 
Massachusetts War Loan, 
Mklfield Insane Asylum Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan, 
Metropolitan Parks Loan Series 

Two, 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, . 
Metropolitan Water Loon, 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan, . 
State Highway Loan, 
State House Loans, . 

Cash on Hand Dec. 31, 1904, . 



1286,616 64 

87,607 07 

11,436 00 

6,000 00 

3,000 00 

14,010 19 

294,674 88 

74,037 60 

172,899 02 

990,668 16 

66,297 88 

88,860 00 

670,131 71 




$2,766,023 06 
269,662 08 



(3,016,676 18 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5 



73 



Payments on Aoconnt of Trust Funds. 



in account with Trust Funds. 



Cr. 



Payments in 1904 : — 
By Danyere Insane Hospital Fund, 
Fitchburg Railroad Secarities Loan, 

Sinking Fund, Income, . 
Harbor Odmpensation Fund, . 
Harbor Compensation Fund, Income, 
Land Registration Assurance Fund, 
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs Fund, .... 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep- 
tics Fund, 

Massachusetts Reformatory Indus- 
tries Fund, 

Massachusetts School for Feeble- 
Minded Fnnd, .... 
Massachusetts School Fund, 
Massachusetts School Fund, Income, 
Massachusetts State Sanatorium 

Fund, 

Massachusetts Volunteers Fund, 
Medfield Insane Asjlum Fund, 
Millicent Library Fund Income, 
Northampton Insane Hospital Fund, 
Rcformatorr Prison for Wonicn In- 
dustries I? und, .... 
Rogers Book Fund, .... 
Rogers Book Fund Income, 
State Farm Industries Fund, . 
State Prison Industries Fund, . 
Taunton Insane Hospital Fund, 
Technical Education Fund, Common- 
wealth Grant, .... 
Technical Education Fund« Common- 
wealth Grant Income, . 
Technical Education Fund United 

States Grant, Income, . 
Todd Normal School Fund, 
Todd Normal School Fund Income, 
Westborough Insane Hospital Fund, 
Worcester Insane Asylum Fund, 
Worcester Insane Hospital Fund, . 



Paid Revenue Cash Temporary Ad- 
vances occasioned by the provi- 
sions of Chapter 109, Acts of 1903, 
and an insufficient appropriation 
therefor, made in 1903, . 



Cash on Hand Dec. 31, 1904, . 



$52,866 19 I 

202^^76 00 

62,262 87 

8,787 42 

16,995 00 

81,345 42 

36,909 30 

252,703 88 

85,813 52 
463,200 00 
186,592 94 

• 

57,518 78 
15,391 66 
28,428 54 
3,200 00 
37,402 04 

29,426 30 

1,000 00 

50 23 

1,161 51 

318,766 32 

54,019 99 

140,000 00 

5,235 08 

12,574 83 
11,000 00 
603 96 
47,372 52 
11,991 S3 
79,917 18 



$2,254,111 81 



1.725 07 



$2,255,836 88 
1,015,786 32 



$3,271,623 20 




1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



75 



Payments on Aooonnt of MUoeUaneouB Fonda. 



in account wit/i Misoellanbous Funds. 



Cb. 



Payments in 1904 : — 
By Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan 

Fund, General Law, 
Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan 

Fond, Tremont Street, Boston, 

Hyde Park and Dedham, 
Armory Loan Fund, . 
Premium on Armory Loan, 
Armory Loan Interest Fund, . 
Bar Examination Fees Fund, . 
Charles River Basin Loan Fund, 
Premium on Charles River Basin 

Loan, 

Charles River Basin Loan Interest 

Fund, 

Commonwealth Flats Improvement 

Fund 

Dividends from Insolvent Corpora 

tions Fund, .... 
Escheated Estates Fund, . 
Franklin H. Bishop Bequest Fund. 
Gas and Electric Lignt Com mis 

sioners Fund, 
Harbor Improvement Fund, . 
Improving South Bay in City of 

Boston Fund, 
Massachusetts Hospital for Con 

sumptives Loan, . 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep 

tics Loan, .... 
Massachusetts War Loan Fund, 
Medfield Insane Asylum Loan 

Fund 

Premium on Medfield Insane Asy 

lum Loan, .... 
Metropolitan Parks Loan Fund, 
Premium on Metropolitan Parks 

Loan, 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Fund 

Series Two, .... 
Premium on Metropolitan Parks 

Loan, Series Two, . 
Metropolitan Parks Expense Fund, 
Metropolitan Parks Trust Fund. 
Metropolitan Parks System, Main- 
tenance Fund, 
Metropolitan Parks System, Boule- 
vard Maintenance Fund, 
Metropolitan Parks System, Nan- 

tasket Maintenance Fund, . 
Metropolitan Parks Interest Fund, 

Amounl carried forward. 



$481,606 96 

1,021 57 
58,768 69 

8,696 75 
60,257 20 

4,776 97 
60,729 09 

11,500 00 

4,881 88 

114,068 18 

1,188 44 
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12,602 85 

10,062 01 

85,684 59 

24,287 77 
682 41 

138,620 94 

5,828 82 
418,891 81 

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488,516 19 

18,800 00 

62,186 61 

226 00 

152,498 68 

79,684 11 

15,772 99 
292,840 66 



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77 



PaymentB on Aooount of Misoellaneoua Funda. 



in account with Misceixaneous Funds. 



Cr, 



Amount brought forward^ 

Payments in 1904 — Con, 
By Metropolitan Parks Boulevard In- 
terest Fond 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Fund 

North System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Fund 

South System, 
Premium on Metropolitan Sewerage 

Loan, South System, 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, North 

System Maintenance Fund, . 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, South 

System Maintenance Fund, . 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, North 

System Interest Fund, . 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, South 

System Interest Fund, . 
Metropolitan Water Loan Fund, 
Premium on Metropolitan Water 

Loan, 

Metropolitan Water Loan Mainte 

nance Fund, .... 
Metropolitan Water Loan Interest 

Fund, ..... 
Prisons and Hospitals Loan Fund, 
Premium on Pnsons and Hospitals 

Ix»an, 

Railroad Commissioners Expense 

Fond, 

State Highway Loan Fund, 
Premium on State Highway Loan, 
State House Loan Fund, . 
Premium on State House Loan, 
State House Construction Loan 

Fund, Memorial Hall, . 

Paid Revenue Cash Temporary Ad- 
vances made in 1908 to provide 
for payment of charges due but 
unprovided for bv Assessments on 
the diflferent Metropolitan Dis- 
tricts, 



•2,683^95 89 



Cash on Hand Dec. 31, 1904, 



Amount carried forward. 



141,433 26 

187,422 62 

706,662 45 

19,321 68 

113,697 76 

137,971 61 

238,899 18 

262,688 01 
3,011,791 77 

116,000 00 

317,378 33 

1,326,097 43 
769,712 96 

24,990 03 

49,421 06 
474,964 13 

13,800 00 
316,220 61 

11,336 70 

9,676 09 



#10,820,880 96 



73,648 99 



#10,894,629 96 
3,851,696 19 



#14,746,226 14 



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79 



Faymanta on Acoonnt of Hiacellaneous Tunds. 



in account with Miscellaneous 


Funds. 


Cr. 


Amount brought forward. 


• • • 


$14,746,226 14 




tU,746,226 14 



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81 



Payments on Account of Trust Deposita. 



in account with Trust Deposits. 



Or. 



Payments in 1904 : — 
By Boston, Cape Cod and New York 
Canal Company, . . . . 
Income American Legion of Honor, 
Supreme Council of, 

Berkshire Life Insurance Com- 
pany, 

Boston, Cape Cod and New York 
Canal Company, . 

Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany, 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, . , . . 

British and Foreign Marine In- 
surance Company, . 

Colonial Life Association, . 

Columbian National Life Asso- 
ciation, 

Commercial Union Assurance 
Company, . . . . 

Employers Liability Assurance 
Corporation, . . . . 

Equitable Accident Coinpany, . 

Frankfort Marine Accident and 
Plate Glass Insurance Com- 
pany, . . . . . 

Grand Lodge of the Order of the 
Sons of 8t. George, 

John Hancock Mutual Life In- 
surance Company, . 

I^ondon Assurance Corporation, 

Maritime Insurance Company, 
Limited, 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident 
Association, . . . . 

Masons Fraternal Accident As- 
sociation of America, 

Massachusetts Mutual Life In- 
surance Company, . 

National Assurance Company of 
Ireland 

New England Commercial Trav- 
el lers Association, Trustees, . 

New England Mutual Life In- 
surance Company, . 

New Zealand Insurance Com- 
pany of New Zealand, . 

Reliance Marine Insurance Com- 
pany, Limited, 

Royal Exchange Assurance of 
llondon, England, . 

AmoutU carried forward. 



#200,000 00 

8,115 00 

8,000 00 

7,076 95 

15,000 00 

1,000 00 

13,115 38 
414 79 

2,800 00 

8,500 00 

5,925 00 
988 28 

6,000 00 

40 40 

8,500 00 
3,500 00 

3,500 00 

1,000 00 

604 00 
8,000 00 
6,950 00 
1.000 00 
8,000 00 
6,000 00 

876 00 
7,000 00 



#306,804 80 



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83 



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Cr. 


Amount brought forward^ 

Payments in 1904 — Con, 
By Income State Mutual Life Assurance 
Company, .... 

Thames and Mersey Marine In- 
surance Company, . 

Union Marine Insurance Com- 
pany, of London, England, . 


#806304 80 

6,000 00 
8,500 00 
53S0 58 


tS21,635 38 
2,794 55 


Cash on Hand Dec. 81, 1904, . 


• • • 




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STATEMENT No. 9. — Interest unpaid on Publio Debt. 



Interest on the Public Debt unpaid Dec. 31 ^ 1904, 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan, 
Bounty Loan, .... 
Fitchburg Railroad Loan, 
Metropolitan Sewer Loan, 
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At the close of business December 31, 1904, the following 
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Annual Insurance Company's Tax, 
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PUBLIC DOCUMENT 


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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



313 



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6 



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314 



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[Jan 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 5. 



317 



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318 



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319 



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Receipts in 1904 : -> 
From Certificate of Deposit on the 
Puritan Tnist Co., . 

Payments in 1904 : — 
No transactions. 

Balance Dec. 81, 1904 : — 
Certificate of Deposit on the Puritan 
Trust Co 





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INDEX. 



INDEX. 



A. 

PAOB 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan Fand 194 

Abolition of Grade Crossings, Tremont Street, Boston, Hyde Park and 

Dedbam, 197 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan Sinking Fund, 98 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan Sinking Fund, Securities, ... 100 

American Benefit Society, Trnst Deposit 254 

American Benefit Society, Secorities, 254 

American Legion of Honor, Trnst Deposit, . ' 255 

American Legion of Honor, Income, 256 

American Legion of Honor, Secnrities, 256 

Armory Loan Fnnd, 198 

Armory Loan Fnnd, Interest, 199 

Armory Loan, Premium, 200 

Armory Loan Sinking Fund, 102 

Armory Loan Sinking Fnnd, Securities, 104 



B. 

Bar Examiners Fees Fund, .... 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, Income, . 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, Securities, . 

Bonds Issued in 1904, Contingent Debt, 

Bonds Issued in 1904, Direct Debt, 

Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, Trust Deposit, 

Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, Income, 

Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, Secnrities, 

Boston Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 

Boston Casualty Company, Securities, 

Boston Elevated Bailway Company, Trust Deposit, 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Income, . 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Securities, 

Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Loan, Interest, 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, Income, . 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, Securities, 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Income, 

Boston and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Securities, 

Brotherhood Accident Company of Boston, Trust Deposit, 

Brotherhood Accident Company of Boston, Secnrities, 



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330 INDEX. 



C. 

PAOB 

Cash and Secnrities on Hand, 85-95 

Charles Riyer Basin Loan Fand, 202 

Charles River Basin Loan, Interest Fand, 203 

Charles River Basin Loan, Premium, 203 

Charles River Basin Loan Sinking Fand 106 

Charles River Basin Loan Sinking Fund, Securities 107 

Collateral Legacy Tax, 26 

Colonial Life Association, Trust Deposit, 267 

Colonial Life Association, Income, 268 

Colonial Life Association, Securities, 268 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . . . 269 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company, Income, 80-81 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company, Securities, .... 269 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, Trust Deposit 270 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, Income, 80-81 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, Securities, 270 

Commonwealth Flats Improvement Fund, 204 

Commonwealth Flats Improvement Fund, Securities, 206 

Comparative Tables, Funded Debt, 8-9 

Contingent Debt, 5 

Contingent Debt, Annual Interest 11 

Contingent Debt, Bonds Issued in 1904, 6 

Contingent Debt, Loans, 8 

Contingent Debt, Sinking Funds, 8 



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Dan vers Insane Hospital Fund, 160 

Debt, Contingent, 5 

Debt, Contingent, Annual Interest, 11 

Debt, Contingent, Bonds Issued in 1904 6 

Debt, Contingent, Loans, 8 

Debt, Contingent, Sinking Funds 8 

Deputy Sealer of Weights and Measures, 24 

Direct Debt, , 6 

Direct Debt, Annual Interest, 10 

Direct Debt, Bonds Issued in 1904, 6 

Direct Debt Loans, 7 

Direct Debt, Sinking Funds, 7 

Dividends from Insolvent Corporations Fund, 207 

Due Date by Years, Funded Debt, 10-12 



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Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Trust Deposit 271 

Employers Liability Assurance Corporation Income, 80-81 

Employers Liability Assurance Corporation Securities, 271 

Escheated Estates Fund, 208 

Equitable Accident Company, Trust Deposit, 272 

Equitable Accident Company Income, 273 

Equitable Accident Company Securities, 273 



INDEX. 331 



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PAOB 

Famllj Protectiye Union, Tnut Deposit* 274 

Famil J ProtectiTe Union SecnritieB, 274 

Fltchbnrg Railroad Securities Loan Sinking Fnnd, 108 

Fitchborg Bailroad Secnrities Loan Sinking Fnnd Income, .... 206 
Fitchbnrg Railroad Sacorities Loan Sinking Fund Securities, .... 108 
Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Qlass Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 275 
Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Company Income, . 80-81 
Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Company Securities, . 275 

Franklin H. Bishop Bequest Fund 209 

Funded Debt, Due Date by Tears, 13-16 

Funded Debt, ComparatiTe Tables, 8-9 

Funded Debt, Loans Issued from 1890-1905, 18-23 

Funded Debt, Loans Paid from 1890-1905 16-23 

Fund Balances, 85-96 



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Gas and Electric Light Commissioners Fund 210 

General Finances, 27 

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Order Sons of St. George, Trust Deposit, . 276 

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Order Sons of St. George Income, . . 80-81 

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Order Sons of St. George Secnrities, 276 
Gross Loge des Dentscben Ordens der Harugari des^Staates Massachusetts, 

Trust Deposit, 277 

Gross Loge des Deutscbeo Ordens der Harugari des Staates Massachusetts, 

Securities, 279 



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Harbor Compensation Fund 151 

Harbor Compensation Fund Income, 154 

Harbor Compensation Fund Secnrities 153 

Harbor ImproTement Loan Fund, 211 

Harbor Improvement Loan Fund Securities, 211 

Harbor Improvement Loan Sinking Fund, 109 

Harbor Improvement Loan Sinking Fund Securities, 110 

Home Circle, Supreme Council of. Trust Deposit, 280 

Home Circle, Supreme Council of, Securities, 280 



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Improvement of South Bay in City of Boston Fnnd, 212 

Industrial Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 281 

Interest Unpaid on Public Debt, 96 

Incomes : — 

American Legion of Honor, Supreme Council of. Trust Deposit, . 256 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 80-81 

Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, Trust Deposit, . 80-81 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Trust Deposit, 80-81 

Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, .... 263 



332 INDEX. 

Incomes — Concluded. page 

British and Foreign Marine Insnranoe Company, Trast Deposit, . 80-81 

Colonial Life Association, Trust Deposit, 268 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company, Tmst Deposit, . . 80-81 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, Trnst Deposit, .... 80-81 
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Trnst Deposit, . . 80-81 

Equitable Accident Company, Trust Deposit, 278 

Fitcbburg Railroad Securities Loan Sinking Fund, 206 

Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Company, Tmst 

Deposit, 80-81 

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Order Sons of St. George, Trust Deposit, . 80-81 

Harbor Compensation Fund, 154 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . 80-81 

London Assurance Corporation, Trust Deposit, 80-81 

Maritime Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 80-81 

Masonic Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 287 

Masonic Mutual Accident Company, Trust Deposit, 288 

Masons Fraternal Accident Association of America, Trnst Deposit, . 81 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Association, Trust Deposit, ... 295 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . 80-81 

Massachusetts School Fund, 168 

Millicent Library Fund 172 

National Assurance Company of Ireland, Trust Deposit, .... 80-81 
New England Commercial Travellers Association, Trustees, ... 801 
New England Mutual Life Insuninoe Company, Trust Deposit, . 80-81 

New Zealand Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 80-81 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . .80-81 

Rogers Book Fund, . • 178 

Royal Exchange Assurance Company, Trust Deposit, .... 81-82 
State Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, .... 82-88 

Technical Education Fund, Commonwealth Grant, 185 

Technical Education Fund, United States Grant, 186 

Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . 82-83 

Todd Normal School Fund, 188 

Union Health and Accident Company, Trust Deposit, . . .316 

Union Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 82-83 

United States Indemnity Society, Trust Deposit, 321 

Workmen's Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 324 

Interest : — 

Armory Loan Fund, 198 

Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad Loan 201 

Charles River Basin Loan Fund, 203 

Metropolitan Parks Interest Fund, 228 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series Two, Interest Fund, .... 218 
Metropolitan Sewerage North System, Interest Fund, .... 237 
Metropolitan Sewerage South System, Interest Fund, .... 239 
Metropolitan Water Loan Interest Fund, 244 



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John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trilst Deposit, . . . 282 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company Income, .... 80-81 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company Securities, .... 282 



INDEX. 333 



L. 

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Land Registration Assnrance Fund, 155 

Land Registration Assurance Fnnd Secnritles, 156 

La Sodete des Artisans Canadiens Fran9ai8, Trnst Deposit, .... 283 

La Societe des Artisans Canadiens Fran^ais Securities 283 

Legislation Recommended, 28 

Loans Issued from 1890-1905, Funded Debt, 16-23 

Loans Paid from 1890-1905, Funded Debt, 16-28 

London Assurance Corporation, Trnst Deposit, 284 

London Assurance Corporation Income, 80-81 

London Assurance Corporation Securities, 284 

Loyal Protective Association, of Boston, Trust Deposit, 285 

Loyal ProtectiTe Association of Boston Securities, 285 



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Maritime Insurance Company, Trnst Deposit, 286 

Maritime Insurance Company Income, 80-81 

Maritime Insurance Company Securities, 286 

Masonic Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 287 

Bfasonic Casualty Company Income, 287 

Masonic Casualty Company Securities, 287 

Masonic Mutual Accident Company, Trust Deposit, 288 

Masonic Mutual Accident Company Income, 288 

Masonic Mutual Accident Company Securities, 288 

Masonic Protective Association, Trust Deposit, 289 

Masonic Protective Association Securities, 289 

Masons Fraternal Accident Association of America (Trust Deposit), . 290 

Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, Trust Deposit, .... 291 

Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters Securities, 293 

Massachusetts Hospital for Consumptives Loan Fund, 213 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and Inebriates Fnnd, .157 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics Fund, 158 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics Loan Fnnd, 214 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Association, Trust Deposit, .... 294 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Association Income, ' ' 295 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Association Securities, 295 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, . . 296 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Income, 80-81 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Secnritles, .... 296 

Massachusetts Reformatory Industries Fund, , 159 

Massachusetts School Fund, 161 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-Minded Fund, . ... . 160 

Massachusetts School Fund Income, 168 

Massachusetts School Fund Securities, 165 

Massachusetts State Sanatorium Fnnd, . . . .169 

Massachusetts Volunteers Fnnd, 170 

Massachusetts Volunteers Fund Securities, 171 

Massachusetts War Loan Fund, 215 

Massachusetts War Loan Sinking Fnnd, HI 

Massachusetts War Loan Sinking Fund Securities, 112 

Medfield Insane Asylum Fund, 171 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan Fund, 216 



334 INDEX. 

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Medfield Insane Asylum Loan Premium, 216 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan Sinking Fund, 216 

Medfleld Insane Asylum Loan Sinking Fund Securities, 113 

Methodist Ministers Relief Association, Trust Deposit, 114 

Methodist Ministers Relief Association Securities, 297 

Metropolitan Parks Expense Fund, 297 

Metropolitan Parks Interest Fund, 219 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Fund, 228 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Premium, 217 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Fund, Series Two, 217 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series Two, Interest Fund, 218 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series Two, Premium 230 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund 218 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund, Securities, 115 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund, Series Two, 119 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund, Series Two, Securities, ... 120 

Metropolitan Parks Maintenance Fund, Series Two, 224 

Metropolitan Parks System Maintenance Fund, 122 

Metropolitan Parks System Boulevard Maintenance Fund, .... 221 

Metropolitan Parks System Nantasket Maintenance Fund, .... 226 

Metropolitan Parks Trust Fund, 220 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Fund, North System, 232 

Metropolitan Sewerage North System, Interest Fund, 237 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Fund, South System, 233 

Metropolitan Sewerage South System, Interest Fund, 239 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, South System Premium 233 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, 123 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, North System, .... 126 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, North System, Securities, . . 128 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, South System, ... .129 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, South System, Securities, . . 130 

Metropolitan Sewerage Maintenance Fund, North System, .... 234 

Metropolitan Sewerage Maintenance Fund, South System, . . . 236 

Metropolitan Water Loan Fund, 240 

Metropolitan Water Loan Interest Fund, 244 

Metropolitan Water Loan Premium, 241 

Metropolitan Water Loan Sinking Fund, 131 

Metropolitan Water Loan Sinking Fund Securities, 137 

Metropolitan Water Maintenance Fund, 242 

Millicent Library Fund, 172 

Millicent Library Fund Income, 172 

Millicent Library Fund Securities, 172 

Miscellaneous Funds, Payments 75-79 

Miscellaneous Funds, Receipts, 74-78 



National Assurance Company of Ireland, Trust Deposit, .... 298 

National Assurance Company of Ireland, Income, 80-61 

National Assurance Company of Ireland, Securities, 298 

New England Casualty Company, Trast Deposit, 299 

New England Casualty Company, Securities, 299 

New England Commercial Travellers Association, Trustees, Trust Deposit, . 300 

New England Commercial Travellers Association, Trustees, Income, . . 301 

New England Commercial Travellers Association, Trustees, Securities, . . 301 



INDEX. 335 



PAOK 

New England Mutual Life Insaranoe Company, Trust Deposit, . . 302 

New England Matnal Life Insurance Companj Income, 80-81 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Company Securities, .... 302 

New Zealand Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 303 

New Zealand Insurance Company Income, 80-81 

New Zealand Insurance Company Securities, 303 

Northampton Insane Hospital Fund, 173 



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Payments, Miscellaneous Funds 75-79 

Payments, Revenue, 37-69 

Payments, Sinking Funds, 71 

Payments, Trust Funds, 73 

Portuguese Fraternity of the United States of America, Trust Deposit, . 304 

Portuguese Fraternity of the United States of America Securities, . « . 304 
Premiums : — 

Armory Loan, 200 

Charles River Basin Loan, 203 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan, 216 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, 217 

Metropolitan Parks Loan, Series Two, 230 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan, South System, 233 

Metropolitan Water Loan, 241 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan, 246 

State Highway Loan, 249 

Sute House Loan, 250 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan Fund, 246 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan Premium, . . . . ' . . . 246 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan Sinking Fund, 140 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan Sinking Fund, Securities 141 

Property of the Commonwealth, Valuation of, 24 

Protective Disability Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, .... 305 

Protective Disability Insurance Company Securities, 305 

Payments, Trust Deposits, 81-83 



R. 

Railroad Commissioners Fund, 247 

Receipts, Miscellaneous Funds, 74-78 

Receipts, Revenue, 36-68 

Receipts, Sinking Funds 70 

Receipts, Trust Funds, 72 

Recommended, Legislation, 28 

Reformatory Prison for Women Industries Fund, 174 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 306 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company, Income, 80-81 

Reliance Marine Company, Securities, 306 

Revenue Payments, «... 37-69 

Revenue Receipts, 36-68 

Receipts, Trust Deposits 80-82 

Ridgley Protective Association, Trust Deposit 307 

Ridgley Protective Association Securities, 307 

Robert Charles Billings State Normal Art School Fund, 175 

Robert Charles Billings State Normal School in Framingham Fund, . . 176 



336 INDEX. 

PAOB 

Rogers Book Fand, . ^ . 177 

Rogers Book Fnod Income, 178 

Rogers Book Fund Secarities, 177 

Royal Arcanam, Supreme Council of, Trast Deposit, 308 

Royal Arcanom, Supreme Conncil of, Secnrities, 309 

Royal Exchange Assaranoe Company, Trnst Deposit, 310 

Royal Exchange Assurance Company Income, 81-82 

Royal Exchange Assurance Company Securities, 310 



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Sinking Funds, Contingent Debt, 8 

Sinking Funds, Direct Debt, 7 

Sinking Fands, Payments 71 

Sinking Funds, Receipts, 70 

Springfield Police Relief Association, Trust Deposit, 313 

Springfield Police Relief Association Securities, 813 

State Colony for the Insane Fund, 179 

State Farm Industries Fund, 180 

State Highway Loan Fund, 248 

State Highway Loan Premium, 249 

State Highway Loan Sinking Fund 142 

State Highway Loan Sinking Fond Securities 144 

State House Construction Loan Fund, Memorial Hall, 251 

State House Loan Fund, 250 

State House Loan Premium, 250 

State House Loan Sinking Fund, 145 

State House Loan Sinking Fund, Securities, 148 

State Mutual Life Assurance Company, Trust Deposit, 314 

State Mutual Life Assurance Company Income 82-83 

State Mutual Life Assurance Company Secnrities, 314 

State Prison Industries Fund, 181 

St. Joseph's Mutual Benefit Association, Trust Deposit, 311 

St. Joseph's Mutual Benefit Association Securities, 311 

St. Michael Autonomic Beneficent Association, Trust Deposit, . .312 

St. Michael Autonomic Beneficent Association Secnrities, .... 312 
Securities : 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan Sinking Fund, 100 

American Benefit Society, Trust Deposit, 254 

American Legion of Honor, Trust Deposit, 256 

Armory Loan Sinking Fund, 102 

Berkshire Life Insnrance Company, Trust Deposit, 257 

Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, Trust Deposit, . . 259 

Boston Casualty Company, Trust Deposit, 260 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Trust Deposit, 261 

Boston Mutual Life Insnrance Company, Trust Deposit, .... 263 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 265 

Brotherhood Accident Company of Boston, Trust Deposit, . . . 266 

Charles River Basin Loan Sinking Fund, 197 

Colonial Life Association, Trust Deposit, 268 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company Trust Deposit, ... 269 

Commercial Union Assurance Company Trust Deposit, .... 270 

Commonwealth Flats Improvement Fund 206 

Employers Liability Assurance Corporation Trust Deposit, . . . 271 

Equitable Accident Company Trnst Deposit, 272 



INDEX. 337 

Securities — Continued, paob 

Familj ProtectiTe Union, Trust Deposit, 278 

Fitchbnrg Railroad Securities Loan Sinking Fund, 274 

Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Company Trnst 

Deposit, * . 270 

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Order Sons of St. George Trnst Deposit, . 276 
Gross Loge des Dentschen Ordens der Harngari des Staates Massachn- 

setts Trnst Deposit, 279 

Harbor Compensation Fund, 163 

Harbor Improvement Loan Fund, 211 

Harbor Improvement Loan Sinking Fnnd, 110 

Home Circle, Supreme Council of, Trnst Deposit, 280 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company Trust Deposit, . . 282 

Land Registration Assurance Fund, 166 

La Societe des Artisans Canadiens Francais Trust Deposit, 283 

London Assurance Corporation, 284 

Loyal Protective Association of Bdston Trust Deposit, .... 286 

Maritime Insurance Company Trnst Deposit, 286 

Masonic Casualty Company Trust Deposit, 287 

Masonic Mutual Accident Coriipany Trust Deposit, ..... 288 

Masonic Protective Association Trust Deposit, 289 

Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters Trust Deposit, .... 293 

Massachusetts Mutual Accident Association Trust Deposit, 296 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Trust Deposit, 296 

Massachusetts School Fund, 166 

Massachusetts Volunteers Fund, 171 

Massachusetts War Loan Sinking Fnnd, 112 

Medfield Insane Asylum Loan Sinking Fund, 114 

Methodist Ministers Relief Association Trust Deposit, .... 297 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund, 119 

Metropolitan Parks Loan Sinking Fund, Series Two, 122 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, North System, .128 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan Sinking Fund, South System, ... 130 

Metropolitan Water Loan Sinking Fund, 137 

Millicent Ubrary Fund, 172 

National Assurance Company of Ireland Trust Deposit, .... 298 

New England Casualty Company Trust Deposit, 299 

New England Commercial Travellers Association, Trustees, Trust Deposit, 301 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Company Trust Deposit, . . 302 

New Zealand Insurance Company Trnst Deposit, 303 

Portuguese Fraternity of the United States of America Trust Deposit, . 304 

Prisons and Hospitals Loan Sinking Fund, 141 

Protective Disability Insurance Company Trust Deposit, .... 306 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company Trust Deposit, 306 

Ridgley Protective Association Trnst Deposit, 307 

Rogers Book Fund, 177 

Royal Arcanum, Supreme Council of, Trust Deposit, .... 309 

Springfield Police Relief Association Trust Deposit, 313 

Royal Exchange Assurance, London, £ng.. Trust Deposit, 310 

State Highway Loan Sinking Fund, 144 

State House Loan Sinking Fund, 148 

State Mutual Life Assurance Company Trust Deposit, .... 314 
St. Joseph's Mutual Benefit Association Trnst Deposit, . .311 
St. Michael Autonomic Beneficent Association Trust Deposit, . . .312 

Technical Education Fund, Commonwealth Grant 184 

Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company Trust Deposit, 316 

Todd Normal School Fund, 188 



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Securities — Concluded, 

Union Health and Accident Company Trust Deposit, 
Union Marine Insurance Companj Trust Deposit, 
Union Protective Company Trust Deposit, • 
United Order of the Golden Star Trust Deposit, . 
United States Indemnity Society Trust Deposit, • 
Workmen's Benefit Association Trust Deposit, • 
Workmen's Casualty Company Trust Deposit, . 



PAOB 

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Taunton Insane Hospital Fund, 182 

Taxable Property of the Commonwealth, 24 

Taxes Unpaid, 96 

Technical Education Fund, Commonwealth Grant, 183 

Technical Education Fund, Commonwealth Grant Income, .... 185 
Technical Education Fund, Commonwealth Grant Securities, .... 184 

Technical Education Fund, United States Grant, 186 

Technical Education Fund, United States Grant Income, .... 186 
Technical Education Fund, United States Grant Securities, .... 186 

Temporary Advances Fund, 252 

Temporary Loans, 24 

Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company Trust Deposit, . . . 316 
Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company Income, .... 82-83 
Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Company Securities, .... 316 

Todd Normal School Fund, 187 

Todd Normal School Fund Income, 188 

Todd Normal School Fund Securities 188 

Trial Balance 34-36 

Trust Deposits, Increase and Decrease, 84 

Trust Fund Payments, 73 

Trust Fund Receipts, 72 

Trust Deposits Receipts, 80-82 

Trust Deposits Payments, 81-83 



u. 

Union Health and Accident Company, Trust Deposit, 316 

Union Health and Accident Company Income, 316 

Union Health and Accident Company Securities, 316 

Union Marine Insurance Company, Trust Deposit, 317 

Union Marine Insurance Company Income, 82-83 

Union Marine Insurance Company Securities, 318 

Union Protective Company, Trust Deposit, 319 

Union Protective Company Securities, 319 

United Order of the Golden Star, Trust Deposit, 320 

United Order of the Golden Star Securities, 320 

United States Indemnity Society, Trust Deposit, 321 

United States Indemnity Society Income, 321 

United States Indemnity Society Securities 321 

Unpaid Interest on Public Debt, 96 

Unpaid Taxes, 96 



INDKX. 339 



Y. 



PA6B 

ValuatJon of Property of the Commonwealth, 24 



w. 

Westborongh Insane Hospital Fand, 189 

Witchmere Harbor Improvement Trnst Deposit 325 

Worcester Insane Asylum Fnnd, 190 

Worcester Insane Hospital Fnnd, . 191 

Workmen's Benefit Association Trost Deposit, 322 

Workmen's Benefit Association Securities, 322 

Workmen's Casualty Company Trust Deposit, 324 

Workmen's Casualty Company Income, 324 

Workmen's Casualty Company Securities, 324 



PUBLIC DOCXniENT . . 



KEPOKT 



AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS 



(|ommgnui(8llh of ^assachustlte 



Year ending December 31, liKM. 



BOSTON ; 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Okfice Squakk. 

1905. 



C0mm0ixtojeHlt^ d P^HSSEc^usjetts* 



Al'ditos*8 Dbpastment, Boston, Jan 30, 1905. 

To the Honorable Senate and House of Repreaenlalives, 

I have the honor to present the fifty-sixth annual report of this 
department, it being for the year ending Dec. 31, 1904. 

The financial transactions and financial condition of the Com- 
monwealth are summarized in the following statement : — 

Revenue. 

The receipts and payments on account of revenue for the year 
1904, including cash in the treasury, are shown in the following 
statement : — 

ReTenue receipts $6,021,281 29 

State tax for 1901 2,500,000 00 

Gash on hand Jan. 1, 1904, 1,396,749 28 

Total applicable to mnning exnenses, . . $9,918,030 67 

Receipts from other soarces (incluaing corporation tax, national 
bank tax, etc., distributed to cities and towns, temporary loans, 
etc.), 8,718,248 62 

Total, $18,636,279 19 

Payments during the year on account of running 

expenses of 1903 and 1904, $8,734,757 61 

Other iMtyments (being a distribution of the cor- 
poration, national bank and other taxes, etc.) , . 8,711,679 55 

^ 17,446,437 16 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1905, $1,189,842 03 

Funds. 

The transactions on account of the several sinking and other 
funds show the following aggregates for the year : — 

Receipts and Payments on Account of Funds, 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1904, $5,574,443 58 

Cash received during the year from all sources, 

including transfers, etc., 15,783,410 82 

Total, $21,.357,854 40 

Payments on these accounts 16,228,025 26 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1905 $5,129,829 14 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Funded Debt. 

Direct Debt. 

Total direct debt Jan. 1, 1904, .... $29,514,600 00 
Increased during the year by the issue of bonds to 
the amount of ...... . 1,295,260 00 

$30,809,760 00 

Amount of sinking funds Jan. 1, 1904, . . . $14,731,859 03 

Increase during the year 601,296 86 

16.233,154 89 

Net direct debt for State purposes Jan. 1,1905, . $15,676,696 11 

Contingent Debt, 

The amount of the contingent debt Jan. 1, 1904, 
was $61,769,412 00 

Increased during the year by the issue of bonds 

to the amount of 3,220,000 00 

Total $64,989,412 00 

Amount of sinking funds Jan. 1, 1904, . . . $5,186,183 42 

Increase during the year, 1,044,693 57 

6.230,876 99 

Net contingent debt for metropolitan district 
and armory purposes Jan. 1, 1906, $68,758,636 01 

The debt incurred for State purposes is payable by the Common- 
wealth at large. The conttngent debt is a loan of the credit of 
the Commonwealth to certain metropolitan districts for water, 
sewerage and parks, and to ceitain cities for the building of 
armories; and the interest and sinking fund requirements are 
annually assessed upon said cities and districts, no portion of the 
debt being a liability of the Commonwealth at large. 

Increase in Direct Debt, 

The debt was increased by the issue of bonds of the following 
loans : — 

Metropolitan parks, series two, .... $150,000 00 

Medfield Insane Asylum, 108,000 00 

Prisons and hospitals, 607,250 00 

State highway, 300,000 00 

State House, 230,000 00 

Total, Sl,295,260 00 

Increase in Direct Debt Sinking Funds, 
These funds were increased from the following sources : — 

Premiums on Bonds sold for the Following Loans : — 

Medfield Insane Asylum, . . $5,323 32 

Less for advertising, .... 10 19 

$5,313 13 

Prisons and hospitals, . . .$24,990 03 

Less for advertising, . . . . 47 88 

24,942 16 

Amount corrledforwardy .... $30,256 28 



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Amount brottght forward, .... $80,256 28 

State highway, 13,800 00 

State House, $11,336 70 

Less for adyertising, . $21 71 

Leas for printing bonds, . 110 00 

131 71 

11,204 99 

$65,260 27 

Income from Investments of Following Sinking Funds : — 

Abolition of grade crossings, .... $223,267 61 

Harbor improvement, 6,991 12 

Massachusetts war 5,029 07 

Medfield Insane Asylum, 14,397 70 

Metropolitan parks, series two, transferred from 

contingent debt sinking fund, 9,949 78 

Prisons ana hospitals, . . .$22,296 63 

Sales of Worcester Insane Hospital • 

lands, 670 10 

Transfer of balances of loan unex- 
pended, 2,442 06 

26 408 78 

State highway, 28|l47 64 

State House, 76,669 11 

$887,860 71 

From Revenue, 
Metropolitan parks, series two. Commonwealth's proportion, 68,174 88 

$601,296 86 

Increase in Contingent Debt. 

This debt was increased by the issue of bonds of the following 
loans : — 



Armory, $128,000 00 

Charles Biver basin 260,000 00 

Metropolitan parks, 300,000 00 

Metropolitan parks, series two, .... 160,000 00 

Metropolitan sewerage, south system, . 392,000 00 

Metropolitan water, 2,000,000 00 

$3,220,000 00 

Increase in Contingent Debt Sinking Funds. 
These f ands were increased from the following sources — 

* 

Premium on Bonds sold. 

Armory $3,696 76 

Charles Biver basin, 11,600 00 

Metropolitan water, 115,000 00 

$130,196 76 

Income from Investments. 

Armory $21,832 87 

Less for advertising, . . . * . 7 07 

$21,825 80 

Charles Biver, * $2,168 38 

Less for printing bonds, 1,036 00 

1,123 38 

Amounts carried forward, .... $22,949 18 $130,196 76 



6 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Amounts brought forward, .... $22,9^9 18 $130,19B 75 

Metropolitan parks, 36,770 91 

Metropolitan parks, series two, .$19,937 05 

Less for printing bonds, 37 50 

$19,899 65 
Transferred to direct debt sinking 
fund 9,949 78 

9,949 77 

Metropolitan sewerage, . • .$27,816 53 

Less for printing bonds, $35 00 

Less for advertising, . 36 90 

7190 

27,744 68 

Metropolitan water, $117,05:{ 40 

Less for printing bonds, ... 70 00 ' 

116,983 40 

214,397 89 

Assessments on Cities and Towns. 

Armory, $37,851 43 

Parks 98,166 61 

Parks, series two, 58,174 88 

Sewerage, 96,047 08 

Water 377,244 58 

667,484 58 

RentSt Land Products, etc. 

Water, $32,539 35 

Sewerage 75 00 

32,614 35 

Total $1,044,693 57 

Loans, Sinking Funds and Annual Interest. 

Direct State Debt, 



Latest 
Matu- 
rity. 



Loan. 



Sinking FnncL 



Annoal 
Interest. 



Abolition of grade crossings 

loan, ..... 
Fitchburg Railroad securities 

loan 

Harbor improvement loan, . 
Massachusetts war loan, 
Massachusetts Hospital for 

Consumptives loan, 
Massachusetts Hospital for 

Epileptics loan, . 
Prisons and hospitals loans, . 
Medfleld Insane Asvlum loan, 
Metropolitan parks loan, series 

two, 

State highway loan, 

State House construction loan, 

State House loans, . 



Sinking fund Income 
this interest, Acts 
chapter 408,* 



s 



Net Interest, 



1929 

1913 
1937 
1928 

1933 

1933 

ias4 

1934 

1944 
1933 
1918 
1918 



$8,300,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

500,000 00 

1,240,000 00 

450,500 00 

393,450 00 
2,175,500 00 
1,447,800 00 

2,092,500 00 

4,525,000 00 

3,850,000 00 

835,000 00 



$30,809,750 00 



$6,442,029 91 

5,000,000 00 

91,876 64 

141,757 53 



239,024 79 
290,043 43 



223,050 51 
610,939 46 

2,191,432 62 



$15,233,154 89 



$280,500 00 

•175.000 00 
17,500 00 
37,200 00 

14,905 00 

12,418 50 
75,142 50 
50,673 00 

71,175 00 

152.575 00 

I 118,625 00 

I 27,700 00 



$l,a33,414 00 



175,000 00 



$858,414 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



Contingent Debt. 



Armory loan, . 
Charles River basin loan 
Metropolitan parks loan 
Metropolitan parks loan, 

tasket. 
Metropolitan parks loan, 

two, 
Metropolitan sewerage 

north svstem, 
Metropolitan sewerage 

south system, 
Metropolitan water loan 



Mata- 
rity. 



1934 
1944 
1944 




1944 
1944 



Loan. 



92,029,000 00 

250,000 00 

7,620,000 00 

700,000 00 

2,092,600 00 

6,095,000 00 

7,702,912 00 
38,500,000 00 



Sinking Fond. 



9660,166 29 

12,623 38 

936,886 77 



223,050 51 

640,996 72 

237,561 40 
3,519,602 92 



964,989,412 00 96,230,876 99 



Interest. 



961,870 00 

8,760 00 

260,625 00 

21,000 00 

71,176 00 

186,826 00 

267,652 36 
1,293,000 00 



92,160,897 36 



Net Direct Debt for Five Years. 

Jan. 1, 1901, 911,704,166 46 

Jan. 1, 1902, 12,459,263 61 

Jan. 1, 1903 13,472.628 09 

Jan. 1, 190», 14,782,640 97 

Jan. 1, 1906 16,676,696 11 

Maturity of the Direct Debt. 

1909, April 1 92,600,000 00 

1913, August 1 6,000,000 00 

1916, April 1, . • 850,000 00 

1916, April 1 626,000 00 

1917. April 1, 126,000 00 

-Q-ft I April 1 960,000 00 

^^^''» j October 1, 836,000 00 

886,000 00 

1920, April 1 1,300,000 00 

1923, November 1 5,000,000 00 

1924, April 1 700.000 00 

1926, November 1 460,600 00 

1927, April 1, 874,300 00 

KMfl i April 1 91.640,000 00 

*^^» May 1, 1,600,000 00 

3,040,000 00 

1Q0Q ^ April 1, 9400,000 00 

^^^' May 1, 1,98.3,450 00 

2,383,460 00 

1930, April 1, 400,000 00 

1MM S April 1 9360,000 00 

^^"» November 1, 921,600 00 

1,271,600 00 

1932, April 1 676,000 00 

1QJW f April 1, 9666,500 00 

^*"' I May 1, 946,650 00 

1,612,150 00 

i January 1 9260,000 00 

1934, \ April 1, 108,000 00 

iMayl 507,260 00 

865,260 00 

1938, January 1 300,000 00 

1937, January 1 1.000,000 00 

19:«, July 1 60,000 00 

1939, July 1, 250,000 00 

1940, July 1, 387,600 00 

1943, January 1 205,000 00 

1944. January 1 « . 150,000 00 

980,809.760 00 



8 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Maturity of the Contingent Debt. 

1918, September 1, 9833,000 00 

1920, September 1, 55,000 00 

1921, September 1, 95,000 00 

1922, September 1 100,000 00 

1923, September 1, 123,000 00 

1925, September 1, 150,000 00 

1927, March 1, * . 320,000 00 

iQon $ January 1, 85,795,000 00 

^***'' j April 1 800,000 00 

6,695,000 00 

1931, September 1, 178,000 00 

1932, March 1, 75,000 00 

1Q5U i January 1 91,550,000 00 

^^^* I September 1 100,000 00 

1,650,000 00 

iQQK ) March 1, 9839,000 00 

****'! July 1 13.000,000 00 

13,a39,000 00 

IQJM i January 1, 92,300,000 00 

***"• f March 1, 65,000 00 

2,385,000 00 

1937, January 1, 1,900.000 00 

1Q7» ) January 1 94,000,000 00 

*^^» f July 1 1,050,000 00 

— 5,050,000 00 

1939, Julyl 6,379,912 00 

1940. July 1, 3,973.500 00 

IMl, January 1 10,750,000 00 

1942, January 1 3,500,000 00 

IQAQ I January 1, 93,376,000 00 

*'"''» I July 1, 590,000 00 • 

3,966,000 00 

lau J January 1, 92,700,000 00 

^'^N Julyl 392.000 00 

3,092,000 00 

964,989,412 00 

Estimated and Actual Revenue. 

In the following table the estimated revenue of 1904, applicable 
to running expenses, the amount actually received and the sources 
from which it was derived, are given : — 



BOUBCBfl OP RbYKVUB. 



Ettlnuted 
Sevenae. 

1904. 



Actoal 
ReTcnoo. 



Corporation taxes, net, 

Corporation taxes due and unpaid, 

Bank stock taxes, net, 

Savings bank taxes, including Massachusetts Hos- 
pital Life Insurance Company, .... 

Collateral legacy tax, 

Insurance taxes and licenses, .... 

Excise tax on life insurance companies. 

Foreign railroad companies' tax, .... 

Foreign excise tax 

Hawkers* and peddlers' licenses, .... 
Secretary's fees and commissions, .... 
Fees from courts of probate, etc., .... 

Sundry institutions, 

Liquor licenses, 

Cities and towns for support of paupers, 

Interest on deposits, 

Miscellaneous, . 



31,100,000 00/ 
77,810 80, 
400,000 00 

1,600,000 00 

500,000 00 

500,000 00 

280,000 00 

24,500 00 

25,000 00 

18,600 00 

55,000 00 

15,000 00 

60,000 00 

800,000 00 

7,000 00 

38,000 00 

175,374 06 



91,182,668 15 
346,146 63 

1,714.61)8 55 

662,19;) 40 

511,765 17 

285,333 25 

24,649 80 

48,810 16 

16,854 00 

62,877 30 

15,264 04 

49,780 02 

802,294 40 

2,580 57 

42,585 22 

129,135 65 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



BOURCKM OP BlVBaUK. 



Estl Bated 
Bcvenn6. 



Actual 
Revenno. 



Interest on deferred payments, 

Advances to funds in 1903 repaid, . 

Cambridge assessment, Charles River dam oom 

mittee, 

Penalties for illegal insuranoe, 
Westfield Normal School, real estate sold, . 
Railroad Commissioners' tax, ... 
Gas and Electric Light Commissioners' tax. 



Cash on hand Jan. 1, 190i, 
State tax paid in 1904, . 



$5,646,184 86 



$a3,832 67 
75,374 06 

27,224 17 
16,200 00 

7,a'50 00 
26,000 16 

7,964 02 



$6,021,281 29 
1,396,749 28 
2,500,000 00 

$9,918,030 57 



It will be noted that the estimate of miscellaneoas revenue is 
lai^ely exceeded, the cause being shown in the items in the state- 
ment following the word ^^ miscellaneous." These receipts cannot 
be looked for in the ordinary course of events, being due to special 
causes. The Railroad Commissioners' and Gas and Electric Light 
Commissioners' tax received reimburses the revenue for expenses 
incurred previous to this year, and by recent legislation will not 
complicate the revenue in the future, being dealt with in the funds. 

Actual Revenue and Expenses for 1904. 

Section 24 of chapter 6 of the Revised Laws requires that the 
Auditor's report shall state whether or not the ordinary expenses 
of the year have exceeded the income, and show the amount of the 
balance. In compliance with this provision of law I have to say 
that — 



The actual running expenses of the State government for 1904 
were $8,619,603 33 

The income or revenue applicable thereto was $6,021,281 29 

To which is to be added the cash on hand Jan. 1, 

1904, 1,396.749 28 

Total, 7,418,030 57 

Showing a deficiency in income or revenue of ... . $1,201,572 76 

The tables which follow show in summary form, somewhat ex- 
tended, the revenue and expenses. Table 1 shows the revenue. 
Table 2 shows the actual expenses, whether paid or unpaid at the 
close of the year. For purposes of comparison figures for the past 
five years are given. 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan . 



Estimates for 1905 and Appropriations for 1904. 

Estimated Expenses^ etc. 
The estimates of the expenses for the current year are largely 
based upon the reports submitted to the Auditor, under the pro- 
visions of chapter 6 of the Revised Laws, by the officers and 
boards having charge of the several branches of the public service. 



DSPABTMSKTS. 



Legislative, 

Execative, 

Secretary, 

Treasorer, 

Auditor, 

A ttomey-Oeneral , 



State Houss. 
Care of building and grounds, 



PlUNTIKG, btc. 
Pnblio documents, . 
Assessors' books and blanks, . 

Paper, 

PuDlisbing laws, 
Preservation of town records, 



JUDICIABT. 

Supreme and otber courts. 
Land Court 



Commissions and Boards. 
Ballot Law Commission, .... 
Civil Service Commissioners, 
State Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, 
Controller of County Accounts, 
Board of Registration in Dentistry, 
Commissioners of Fisheries and Game, . 
Harbor and Land Commissioners, . 
Surveys, improvements and preservation of bar 

bors, etc., 

Dredging a part of the southerly shore of South 

Boston, 

Removal of wrecks from tide waters, . 
Dredging the channel of Annisquam River in the 

City of Gloucester, 

State Board of Health, 

Massachusetts Highway Commission, . 
Insurance Commissioner, .... 
Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 
Board of Registration in Medicine, 
Board of Registration in Pharmacy, 
Commissioners of Province Laws, . 
Commissioner of Public Records, . 
State Board of Publication 



Amounts carried forward ^ 



Eitlmate 
1905. 



Appropriation 



9368,660 00 
60,600 00 
54,160 00 
37,900 00 
21,100 00 
60,000 00 



$662,900 00 
9126,100 00 



948,800 00 

1,600 00 

36,000 00 

600 00 

16,000 00 



9101,800 00 

9426,183 33 
31,600 00 



9466,683 33 

91,760 00 
26,660 00 
20,600 00 
8,460 00 
3,950 00 
48,860 00 
46,960 00 

6,000 00 

25,000 00 
1,600 00 

17,000 00 

89,000 00 

103,450 00 

52,190 00 

33,960 00 

7,000 00 

7,776 00 

12,600 00 

5,400 00 

100 00 



9516,075 00 



9373,484 93 
60,500 00 
63,860 00 
37,000 00 
21,100 00 
45,000 00 



9681,834 93 
9123,700 OO 



952,000 00 

2,000 00 

32,000 00 

500 00 

15,000 00 



9101,500 00 

9416,900 00 
30,300 00 



9447,200 00 

91,750 00 
26,560 00 
21,850 00 
8,460 00 
3,960 00 
39,635 00 
42,200 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 
1,600 00 

17,000 00 

89,000 00 

89,300 00 

49,325 00 

33,950 00 

6,860 00 

7,775 00 

13,100 00 

5,400 00 



9487,585 00 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



13 



Ettlmate 
1»05. 



Appropriation 
1904. 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

G0MMI88IOV8 AND Boards— ' Concluded, 
Commissioners of Savings Banks, . 

Tax Commissioner, 

Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine, 



Agricultural. 

Board of Agriculture, 

Members' travel, 

Cattle Bureau, 

Extermination of contagious diseases, etc., . 

Agricultural bounties, 

State Dairy Bureau, 

Veterinary laboratory, 

Nursery inspection, 

State Forester, 

Agricultural Experiment Station, .... 
Massachusetts Agricultural College scholarships, 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, . 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, trustees' 

travel 

Compensation of inspectors of animals, 

Commercial feed stuffs, 

Miscellaneous, 



Charitable. 

State Board of Charity. 

Division of adult poor, 

Division of minor wards, 

Expenses of the Board, 

Auxiliary visitors, 

Transportation of State paupers, .... 
Temporary aid to State paupers, .... 

Support of State paupers 

Burial of State paupers, 

Support of pauper infants, 

Inaigent and neglected children, .... 

Expenses of contagious diseases, .... 

Education of inaigent children in the public 

schools, 



State Board 0/ Insanity, 

Salaries, 

Expenses, 

Transportation of paupers 

Support of insane, Doarded out, . . . . 
Support of insane persons in Boston Insane Hos- 
pital, 



Support of State paupers in Hospital Cottages (or 
Chi[" 



Children, 



Institutions, 
Danvers Insane Hospital, .... 
Massachusetts State Sanatorium, . 
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs, etc., 
Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, . 
Medfield Insane Asylum, .... 
Massachusetts School for Feeble-minded, 
Northampton Insane Hospital, 

Amounts carried fonoard^ 



9516,075 00 



25,200 00 

37,660 00 

1,000 00 



$579,926 00 

817,400 00 

1,600 00 

7,000 00 

77,000 00 

18,000 00 

8,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

7,000 00 

10,600 00 

16,000 00 

23,000 00 

600 00 
7,500 00 
3,000 00 
1,860 00 



$199,460 00 



$40,000 00 
46,600 00 
10,000 00 
1,600 00 
12,600 00 
38,000 GO 
60,000 00 
7,500 00 
60,000 00 

230,000 00 
25,000 00 

26,000 00 



$565,000 00 

$21,200 00 

6,800 00 

9,000 00 

32,600 (X) 

98,000 00 

7,500 00 



$174,000 00 

$211,860 89 

105,000 00 

26,446 00 

80,924 83 

255,693 13 

91,728 89 

123,061 69 



$894,715 33 



$487,585 00 



24,882 02 
37,650 00 



$650,117 02 

$16,800 00 
1,500 00 

65,000 00 

18,000 00 

8,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

6,200 00 

10,600 00 

15,000 00 

23,000 00 

1,000 00 
7,600 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 



$179,700 00 



$40,000 00 
43,600 00 
10,000 00 
1,600 00 
12,500 00 
30,000 00 
60,000 00 
7,500 00 
56.000 00 

210,000 00 
30,000 00 

25,000 00 



$526,100 00 

$19,300 00 

6,800 00 

9,000 00 

28,000 00 

91,000 00 

6,000 00 



$169,100 00 

$216,266 97 
90,000 00 
25,418 00 
78,7S)4 92 
286,866 48 
67,168 89 
113,575 43 



$878,090 69 



14 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Estimate 



Appropriation 
I9«4. 



Am4)Hnt8 brought foncard, 

Charitabls — Concluded. 

Jjistitutions — Con. 
State Colony for Insane, 

State Hospital 

Taunton insane Hospital, 
Westborou^h Insane Hospital, 
Worcester Insane Asylum, . 
Worcester Insane Hospital, . 



Educational, includino State Libbabt. 

Board of Education, 

Support of normal schools, 

Normal Art School, 

Aid to small towns to provide school superintend- 
ents, 

Education of deaf pupils, 

Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for 
the Blind 

Education of adult blind at home. 

Tuition of children in small towns, 

Commissioners on Nautical Training School, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, .... 

Premium on purchases for the Massachusetts 
school fund, 

Aid to free public libraries, 

Aid to pupils in normal schools, .... 

State Library, 

Income technical education fund, U. S. grant, 

Miscellaneous, 

Military. 

Adjutant-General's bureau, 

Militia pay of officers and men 

Militia transportation 

Rifle practice, 

Allowance for officers for uniforms. 
Allowance, responsibility for property, . 

Repairs to clothing, 

Armory rents, 

Care of armories, 

Janitors of armories, 

Quartermaster's supplies, 

Quartermaster-General's bureau, .... 

Military accounts 

Militia camp grounds, 

Care U. S. S. *' Inca," 

Surgeon-General's bureau, 

Wab Expenses. 

State and military aid 

Commissioner of State Aid and Pensions, . 
Commissioners of War Records 



Annuities, 
Pensions, 



Annuities and Pensions. 



9891,715 33 



61,fl60 00 
2.33,179 00 
161,»58 00 
140,315 77 
132,072 32 
187,867 68 



$1,802,058 10 

329,000 00 

277,161 .■« 

31,126 00 

91,600 00 
87,000 00 

30,000 00 
5,000 00 
48,500 00 
60,000 00 
29,000 00 
6,000 00 

50,000 00 
2,700 00 
4,000 00 

18,100 00 
3,285 00 
4,200 00 



8779,572 33 

824,500 00 

165,000 00 

19,000 00 

25,000 00 

17,000 00 

5,150 00 

9,600 00 

28,000 00 

38,000 00 

7,000 00 

12,000 00 

6,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,500 00 

1,600 00 

6,275 00 



$370,525 00 

$828,000 00 
18,400 00 
10,000 00 



$856,400 00 

$5,746 00 

520 00 

$6,266 00 



$878,090 69 



29,:i60 00 
214,045 00 
154,860 00 
l;«,499 30 
122.149 42 
187,266 82 



$1,719,261 23 

$2fK00O 00 

271,298 00 

29,246 00 

98,750 00 
. 78,000 00 

30,000 00 
5,000 00 
40,000 00 
60,000 00 
29,000 00 
6,000 00 

60,000 00 
2,700 00 
4,000 00 

18,100 00 
6,634 90 
4.200 00 



$761,928 90 

$25,000 00 

165,000 00 

19,(KX) 00 

23,600 00 

17,000 00 

5,150 00 

9,000 00 

38,000 00 

35,000 00 

7,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,500 00 

3,194 00 

6,275 00 



$374,119 00 

$806,000 00 
18,350 00 
10,000 00 



$&'»,350 00 

$5,866 16 
520 00 

$6,386 16 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



15 



EstlOMtC 

1900. 



Appropriation 



Bbformatort and Cobbbctional. . 

Prison Commissioners, 

Prison Commissioners' agents, 
Aiding convicts discharged from State Prison, 
Agent for aiding discharged female prisoners, 
Aiding prisoners discharged from Massachusetts 

Reformatory, 

Industrial Camp for Prisoners, 

State Prison, 

Massachusetts Reformatory, . 
Reformatory Prison for Women, . 

State Farm, 

Trustees Lyman and Industrial Schools, 
Stat« Industrial School for Girls, . 
Lyman School for Boys, 

District Police, 

Expenses steamer " Lexington," . 



School and Sikkino Funds. 

Massachusetts school fund 

Massachusetts war loan sinking fund, . 
Medfield Insane Asylum loan sinkiDg fund. 
Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, series two, 
Prisons and hospitals loan sinking fund, 
State highway loan sinking fund, . . . . 
State House loan sinking fund, .... 



Intxrsst. 
Interest on direct debt, . 
Interest on temporary loans, . 
Unpaid interest, 



MiSCSLLANSOVS. 

Boulevard maintenance, one-half. 

Construction of roads in Mashpee, 

Construction of roads in Truro, 

Damages by wild deer, . 

Decennial census, . 

Railroad inquests, . 

Medical examiners fees, 

Lewis and Clark Centennial, 

Massachusetts Firemen's Association, 

Payment of claims arising from death of firemen 
in the discharge of their duties, Massachusetts 
State Firemen's Association, . . . . 

Support of Sarah Jane Robinson, . . . . 

Small items, 



RkC APITULATION . 

Departments, etc , . 

State House, 

Printing, etc., .... 

Judiciary, 

Commissions, etc., .... 

Agricultural, 

State Board of Charity, . 
State Board of Insanity, 
Institutions, charitable, 
Educational, including State Library, 



Amounts carried forward ^ 



918,400 00 
5,200 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 

5,000 00 
17,600 00 

162,000 00 

216,:300 00 
57,600 00 

212,200 00 
26,625 00 
48,392 00 
82,266 00 

138,100 00 
9,000 00 



81,005,583 00 

$100,000 00 

56,905 58 

64,662 68 

33.258 67 

6,854 24 

170,300 40 

395,668 72 



9827,650 29 

$858,414 00 

60,000 00 

5,585 50 



$923,999 60 

$49,362 00 

;i00 00 

500 00 

500 00 

275,000 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 

10,000 00 

12,000 00 



10,000 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 



$362,562 00 

$582.:^00 00 
126,100 00 
101,800 00 
456,683 :« 
579,925 00 
199,460 00 
655,000 00 
174,000 00 

1,802,068 10 
779,672 33 



$18,400 00 
5,200 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 

5,000 00 

162,000 00 

216,6(0 00 
57,6(»0 00 

202,200 00 
23,756 00 
45,872 00 
81,966 00 

128,060 00 
9,000 00 



$962,643 00 
$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 

$&31,414 87 
56,{r76 94 
15,783 00 



$903,174 81 

$41,600 00 
300 00 
600 00 

15,000 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 

10,000 00 

12,000 00 



10,000 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 



$94,200 00 

$581,834 93 
123,700 00 
101,600 00 
447,200 00 
660,117 02 
179,700 00 
626,100 00 
169,100 00 

1,719,261 23 
761,928 90 



$5,356,888 76 $5,160,442 08 



16 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



EftUmAte 
1905. 



Appropriation 



Amounts brought forward^ • . 

RscAFiTULATioy — Concluded, 

Military 

War expanses, 

Annuities and pensions, 
Reformatory and correctional, 
School and sinking funds, 

Interest 

Miscellaneous 

Deficiencies, 

Unexpended appropriations, . 



$5.3S6,888 76 



370.525 00 
896,400 00 
6,266 00 
1,005.583 00 
827,650 29 
923,999 50 
362,662 00 



$9,709,874 55 

25,000 00 

700,000 00 



$10,434,874 56 



95,150,442 08 



374,110 00 
834,350 00 
6,386 16 
962,643 00 
100,000 00 
903,174 81 
94,200 00 



$8,426,315 05 

53,650 77 

600,000 00 



$9,078,965 82 



Estimated Revenue, 

The estimates of the revenue are based upon existing laws in 
relation to taxes, licenses, fees, the income of certain institutions, 
etc. 



Corporation taxes, net, $1,100,000 00 

National bank stock taxes, net, .... 345,000 00 
Savings bank taxes, including Massachusetts Hos- 
pital Life Insurance Company, .... 1,600,000 00 

Collateral legacy tax, 600,000 00 

Insurance taxes and licenses, .... 600,000 00 

Excise tax on life Insurance companies, . . 280,000 00 

Foreign railroad companies' tax, .... 24,500 00 

Foreign corporations excise tax, . . ' . 40,000 00 

Hawkers' and peddlers' licenses, .... 15,000 00 

Secretary's fees 55,000 00 

Fees from courts of probate, etc., .... 15,000 00 

Liquor licenses, 800,000 00 

Interest, 126,000 00 

Cities and towns for support of paupers, . 2,500 00 

Income from sundry institutions, .... 45,000 00 

Miscellaneous 100,0(X) 00 

$5,547,000 00 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1905 1,189,842 03 

Total $6,736,842 03 

Recapitulation, 

Estimated payments, . $10,434,874 65 

Estimated revenue, 6,736,842 03 

To be provided for, $3,698,032 52 

It would appear that, if no appropriations are made by the 
present Legislature in excess of those estimated for, which in- 
clude only such as are called for by existing law, a State tax of 
$3,700,000 must be levied. The last Legislature, though it made 
a strenuous effort to curtail expenses, appropriated some $300,000 
In excess of estimates. The necessity for this large increase in 
the State tax is explained as follows : — 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 17 

The estimates for 1904 (and I use round numbers entirely) 
were $9,693,000, which amount included sinking fund require- 
ments of $397,000, for which no appropriation was made, for 
the reason that it was expected that the civil war interest claim 
against the United States would be paid and be in part applied 
to this purpose. Deducting this amount of $397,000 from the 
estimates leaves, as the estimated expenses of 1904, $9,296,000, 
while this year's estimates for the same purposes, but including 
sinking fund requirements, are $10,485,000, — an excess for 1905 
of $1,139,000. This excess is accounted for mainly by the fol- 
lowing items : — 

Sinking fund requirements, $728,000 00 

Decennial census, 260,000 00 

Excess of unexpended appropriations over 1904, .... 100,000 00 



$1,088,000 00 



Should the civil war interest claim be collected, the tax can be 
reduced by $728,000 ; but otherwise must apparently be in the 
vicinity of $4,000,000, unless new sources of revenue are dis- 
covered. 

State Aid and Bounties. 

Total Payments of State Aid, 

The total payments by the Commonwealth for State and military 
aid and burial of indifi^ent soldiers and sailors, including appro- 
priations made by the General Court toward maintenance of 
the Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts from 1861 to the close of 
1903, were $29,183,7^3 97 

State and military aid and burial of soldiers and sailors on ac- 
count of 19a3, paid in 1904, 802,667 03 

Special laws, 1904 81,828 00 

Soldiers' Home, 190* 30,000 00 

_ . 31^828 00 

Total to Jan. 1,1905, $30,018,289 00 

Bounties. 

Total payments of l>ounties on account of soldiers in the civil 

war to Jan. 1, 1904, $17,871,443 16 

Paid under authority of Resolves of 1904, chapter 94 : — 
George Newhall 125 00 

Total to Jan. 1, 15K)5, $17,871,568 16 

Abolition of Grade Crossings Loan. 
No bonds have been issued during the year 1904. 

The total issued under the various acts is $8,300,000 00 

The total amount paid from the treasury of the Commonwealth 

up to Jan. 1, 1905, is 9,022,923 72 

There has been repaid and is to be repaid by cities and towns up 

to and including 1921 2,843,021 64 

The balance is the total cost to the Commonwealth of the aboli- 
tion of grade crossings up to Jan. 1, 1905, $6,179,902 08 

Amount carried forward, $6,179,902 08 



18 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [.Ian. 

Amount brought foncard, $6,170,902 08 

Jan. 1, 1904, there was cash on hand in the fund, 999,665 55 

Received from cities and towns daring the year, .... 227,688 83 

Total, $1,227,3M38 

Payments during the year, 431,605 96 

Total cash in the fund Jan. 1, 1905 $795,748 42 

There is also available for transfer to the fund, in the discretion 
of the Treasurer, the balance of the loan authorized by chapter 
433 of the Acts of 1892 and chapter 257 of the Acts of 1896, 142,300 70 

Making the total amount available for the abolition of grade 
crossings $938,049 12 

Metropolitan Parks Loan. 

During the year 1904 bonds have been issued to the amount of 
$300,000, bearing interest at the rate of 3^ per cent., under 
authority of chapter 429 of the Acts of 1903, which provides for 
an annual issue of that amount in each year for five years. The 
total issue for park purposes is $8,320,000. 

Metropolitan Loan for Parkways and Boulevards. 

During the year 1904 bonds were issued, under authority of 
chapter 419 of the Acts of 1903, to the amount of $300,000, bear- 
ing interest at 3^ percent., making a total issue for these purposes 
of $4,185,000. This is the second annual issue of the same 
amount, the act referred to providing for such annual issue for 
five years. One-half of this loan is the debt of the State at large ; 
the balance, of the metropolitan parks district. 

Metropolitan Sewerage Loan. 

During the year 1904 bonds were issued for the south system, 
under authority of chapters 230 and 246 of the Acts of 1904, to 
the amount of $392,000, bearing interest at the rate of 3^ per 
cent, per annum. The total amount of bonds issued for sewerage 
purposes is $13,797,912. Of this amount, $6,095,000 was issued 
for the north metropolitan system and $7,702,912 for the south 
metropolitan system. 

Metropolitan Water Loan. 

Under authority of chapter 488 of the Acts of 1895, additional 
bonds have been issued to continue the work on the metropolitan 
water system, to the amount of $2,000,000, making a total issue 
to Jan. 1, 1905, of $38,500,000. 

Prisons and Hospftals Loans. 

There have been issued during the year 1904, for the enlarge- 
ment of certain institutions, the following bonds : — 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. G. 19 

Under authority of chapter 284, for Medfield Insane Asylam, 9108,000 00 

Under authority of chapter 323, for — 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded, 45,000 00 

Northampton Insane Hospital, 10,000 00 

Taunton Insane Hospital, 116,800 00 

Worcester Insan^ Asylum, 162,000 00 

Worcester Insane Hospital, 10,000 00 

Westborough Insane Hospital, 70,000 00 

State Colony for the Insane 88,450 00 

Total, $615,250 00 

These bonds all bear interest at 3^ per cent, per annum. 
Total issue of bonds for prisons and hospitals to Jan. 1, 1905, 
$4,467,250, as follows, viz. : — 

Prisons and hospitals loan : — 

Danvers Insane Ilospital, $193,600 00 

Northampton Insane Hospital 159,000 00 

Taunton Insane Hospital 237,100 00 

Westborough Insane Hospital, .... 300.900 00 

Worcester Insane Hospital, 103,000 00 

Worcester In.sane Asylum, 277,500 00 

Sute Hospital 1:^,500 00 

State Farm 138,000 00 

Massachusetts Reformatory, 22,700 00 

Reformatory Prison for Women, .... 9,000 00 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded, 215,000 00 

State Colony for the Insane, .... :^9,200 00 

$2,175,600 00 

Hospital for Epileptics loan, 39:^,450 00 

Medfield Insane Asylum loan, 1,447,800 00 

Hospital for Consumptives loan (now Sanatorium) , . 450,500 00 

$4,467,250 00 

State House Loan, 

Under authority of chapter 537 of the Acts of 1901 there has 
been a further issue of bonds, to the amount of $230,000, to be 
used principally to pay claims arising under the law limiting the 
height of structures on Beacon Hill. These bonds were issued at 
the rate of 3^ per cent, per annum, and are due Oct. 1, 1918. 
The total issue of bonds for all purposes in connection with the 
construction or remodelling of the State House, up to Jan. 1, 
1905, is $7,020,000. The bonds now outstanding amount to 
$4,685,000, as $2,335,000 became due and was paid July 1, 1901. 

Stat« Highway Loan. 

Under authority of chapter 280 of the Acts of 1903, bonds to 
the amount of $300,000 were issued for the construction of State 
highways, bearing interest at the rate of 3^ per cent, per annum. 
This makes a total issue of bonds for highway purposes, to Jan. 
1, 1905, of $4,525,000. 

The total amount of loans authorized by the Legislature is 
$5,950,000. The total expenditure to Jan. 1, 1905, which includes 
the expenses of the temporary commission and of the permanent 
commission, from appropriations and loans, has been $5,434,889.95. 



20 AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Jan. 1905. 

This amount does not include interest or sinking f and requirements. 
The receipts in 1 904 have been as follows : — 

From assessments on counties, 9163,368 05 

Fi6m assessments on street railways, 3,241 41 

9166,699 45 

These receipts are credited to the loan, increasing the amount 
available for highway construction. 

Legislation suggested. 

Financial Year. 

His Excellency the Governor has renewed a recommendation of 
his predecessor, that the financial year of the Commonwealth be 
changed so as to end September 30. While much can be said both 
for or against the proposed change, I believe all will agree that the 
financial year of the State and of its various institutions should be 
the same, and I respectfully recommend legislation to that end. 

Additional Clerk. 

An experience of four years at the head of this department has 
convinced me that a change of book-keeping methods should be 
made, to do away with periodical comparisons of its books with 
those of the treasury department, and to bring the same into daily 
accord therewith, thus providing for an auditing of treasury 
transactions each day. Acting upon this conviction, I, at the 
beginning of the year, commenced the new system ; and, as the 
change has required the employment of an additional clerk, I 
respectfully suggest that section 14 of chapter 6 be so amended as 
to authorize the auditor to employ an additional clerk, at a salary 
of $1,500. 

In Conclusion. 

I have made a careful examination of the books, accounts and 
vouchers of the Treasurer and Receiver-General, and have found 
same to be correct in every particular. 

In this connection I desire to express my regret that a constitu- 
tional limitation has terminated the service of the Hon. Edward S. 
Bradford, who has for the past five years rendered conspicuously 
eflScient service to the Commonwealth as its Treasurer and Re- 
ceiver-General. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY E. TURNER, 

Auditor. 



Part I. 



REVENUE. 



Under the general term revenue are included all treasury trans- 
actions except those of the funds, which appear in Part II. 

Statemkn T I. is a summary statement of receipts and payments. 

Statxhsnt II. is a detailed statement of receipts applicable to general pur- 
poses, including the State tax, 

Statsmbkt III. is a detailed statement of receipts and payments for special 
purposes, including distribution of corporation tax, etc. 

Statbmbnt IV. is a statement of expenses paid and unpaid and appropria- 
tions for 1904, also experises for 1903. 

Statsment V. is a statement of expenses paid and unpaid for 1904 in detail. 



22 



AUDITOK'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement I. — Receipts and Payments 



Receipts on Account of Revenue. 



Detail 

1 
2 
3 

4 
6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
21 
22 

2a 

24 

26 
26 
27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 

38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 

45 
46 
47 

48 
49 



Insurance 



Revenue applicable to General Purposes. 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1904, . . . . 

State tax, 

Corporation tax, net (retained in treasury), 

National bank tax, net (retained in treas- 
ury), 

Savings bank tax, 

Massachusetts Hospital Life 
Company, .... 

Collateral legacy tax, . 

Insurance companies tax, . 

Life insurance companies tax, 

Insurance licenses. 

Special insurance license tax. 

Insurance companies excise tax, 

Foreign railroad companies tax. 

Foreign corporations excise tax. 

Coal and mining companies tax. 

Secretary fees : — 
Commissions, 
Miscellaneous, 
Corporation certificates, 
Hawkers and peddlers licenses. 

Fees from courts of probate, etc., 

Boiler inspection, fees, 

State Board of Charity income, . 

Liquor licenses, .... 

Income sundry institutions, 

Sale of books, .... 

Sales of Bradford History, . 

Interest on deposits, . 

Interest on deferred pa3rment8, . 

Cambridge assessment, Charles River 
committee. 

Repairs of State highways, . 

Board of insane in Boston Insane Hospital, 

Board of insane in city or town alms- 
houses, 

Attorney-General fees, 

Clerk of supreme iudioial court fees, 

Reporter of Decisions fees, . 

Commissioner of Corporations fees, 

Foreign corporations fees, . 

District Police fees. 

Board of Registration in Dentistry fees, 

Board of Registration in Medicine fees, 

Board of Registration in Pharmacy fees. 

Board of Registration in Veterinary Medi 
cine fees, 

Automobile licenses, . 

Sales of confiscated liquors, 

Sales of ballot boxes, . 

Sales of Massachusetts Atlas sheets, 

Sales of quartermasters* supplies. 

Sales of hides, etc., Cattle Bureau, 

Sales of lobsters. Commissioners on 
eries and Game, 

Legislative bulletin subscriptions. 

Sales of old furniture, etc., . 

Penalties for illegal sale of dairy products 

Penalties for forfeiture of contracts, . 

Penalties for infringement of fish laws, 

Amounts carried forwardy 



$1,182,668 15 



dam 



Fish 



346,146 63 
1,658,765 08 

55,933 47 

562,19:^ 40 

428,236 52 

15,628 97 

64,890 25 

3,109 43 

285,:^ 25 

24,649 80 

48,810 16 

52 15 

11,295 00 

3,079 45 

48,502 85 

16,a')4 00 

15,264 04 

10,572 53 

2,580 57 

802,294 40 

49,780 02 

2,844 91 

283 00 

42,585 22 

77,783 15 

27,224 17 

18,923 11 

855 26 

604 75 
71140 
900 00 

14 00 
3,613 63 
9,690 00 

15 45 
3,290 00 
7,820 00 
2,650 00 

811 00 
19,222 00 

2,400 54 
500 00 
226 70 
787 02 

3,105 05 

125 50 
418 00 

1,087 85 

20 00 

600 00 

1,606 00 



$1,396,749 28 
2,600,000 00 



$5,867,257 83 



$3,896,749 28 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



23 



on Account of Revenue. 



Payments on Account of Revenue. 



Pmnivents for General Purposes on Account of 

iuff:t and JU04. 
Legislative department, 
Executive department, . 
Secretary's department, 
Treasurer's department, 
Auditor's department, . 
Attorney-General's department, 
State House expenses, . 
State printing, 

Judiciary, .... 
Ballot Law Commission, 
Civil Service Commission, . 
State Board of Conciliation and Arbitration 
Controller of County Accounts, 
Board of Registration in Dentistry, 
Commissioners on Fisheries and Game, 
Gas and Electric Liglit Commission, 
Harbor and Land Commissioners, 
Improvement of harbors. 
State Board of Health, . 
State Highway Commission, 
Insurance Commissioner, 
Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 
Board of Registration in Medicine, 
Board of Registration in Pharmacy, 
Commission on Province Laws, 
Board of Publication, . 
Commissioner of Public Records, . 
Railroad Commissioners' expenses. 
Commissioners of Savings Banks, . 
Tax Commissioner's department, . 
Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine, 

Agricultural, 

Board of Charity, 

Charitable department, .... 
State Board of Insanity, 
State charitable institutions, 

State Library, 

Educational expenses, .... 
Massachusetts school fund, . 
Commissioners on Nautical Training School 
Military department, .... 
Expenses resulting from wars. 
Reformatory and correctional, 

Public buildings, 

Expenses on account of Provincetown lands. 

Liquor licenses, 

Collateral legacy tax expenses. 

Collateral legacy tax refunded, 

Firemen, payment to families of, . 

Construction of roads in Mashpee, 

Construction of roads in Truro, 

Sewage disposal, Massachusetts School for the 

Feeole-minded, 

Commission on Building Laws, 
Commission on Condition of Adult Blind, 
Commission on Public Improvements, . 
Commission on Relations between Employers and 

Employees, 

Commission on Corporation Laws, 
Town of Middlefield, repairing roads, 

Amount carried forte arc! ^ . 



$365,047 46 

43,890 51 

61,966 18 

34,549 00 

21,297 13 

37,919 54 

125,687 59 

85,108 72 

4:«,49:? 07 

3,027 00 

24,8:» 44 

15,580 91 

8,109 69 

3,i)60 14 

36,652 96 

2,117 35 

42,189 21 

109,415 99 

82,232 66 

:i3,378 22 

48,194 55 

40,584 20 

6,479 95 

7,353 64 

6,980 48 

79 83 

4,786 13 

6,313 26 

24,200 99 

:i4,875 16 

560 74 

186,903 40 

106,210 80 

591,240 83 

34,928 78 

1,622,292 02 

19,<X)2 36 

730,741 88 

100,000 00 

76,454 13 

.355,:i44 17 

863,a')2 80 

951,428 85 

100,707 46 

3,589 12 

575 00 

529 66 

468 26 

7,000 00 

300 00 

500 00 

820 89 

135 85 

328 27 

54 00 

7,299 49 

10,500 00 

2,796 78 



$7,523,960 50 



24 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement I. — Beoeipts and Payments 



Receipts on Account of Revenue — Continued, 



letail 

50 

51 
52 

53 
54 
55 
56 

57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



66 
67 
68 

69 

70 

71 
72 
73 



Ainounta brought fanpard, . 

Penalties for failure to make retams to 
State Board of Charity, .... 
Penalties for illegal insarance, . 
Sundry receipts State boards of charity and 

insanity, 

Receipts on sundry expense accounts. 

Bent of {(reat ponds, 

FitchburK. for support of normal schools, . 
Improvement of Sudbury meadows (assess- 
ments), 

Public park at Nantucket (assessment), 
Westfleld Normal School (buildings sold) , 

Conscience fund, 

Bureau of Labor (waste material sold), 
Massachusetts State Firemen's Association, 
Care and custody of trust deposits. 
Railroad Commissioners tax. 
Gas and Electric Light Commissioners tax, 
Temporary advances to funds in 1903 repaid, 



$5,867,257 83 



340 00 
16,200 00 

1,004 94 

559 25 

27 00 

14,499 40 

1,562 63 

366 76 

7,050 00 

10 00 

295 24 

1 26 

2,768 84 

26,000 16 

7,964 02 

75,374 06 



Receipts appUouhle to Special Purposes. 

[Seo Statement III.] 

Interest on deposits of sundry funds, . 

Summer census, assessments, 

United States, for endowment of colleges for 

agriculture and mechanic arts, . . i 

United States, for the Massachusetts Sol- ^ 

diers' Homo, i 

Temporary loans, • , • • • 



Heceipts for Distribution, \ 

Corporation tax collected for cities and 



$94,570 28 
560 81 

25,000 00 

27 876 43 
3,500,000 00 



towns, 



National bank tax collected for cities and 

towns, 

Boston Elevated Railway Company tax, . 



$4,026,600 56 

I 626,932 86 
' 106,887 28 



$3,896,749 28 



6,021,281 29 



3,648,007 52 



4,660,420 70 



Amount carried forte an! ^ 



$18,226,458 79 



L 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. G. 



25 



on Acootmt of Bevenue. 



Payments on Account of Revenue — Continued. 



Amount brought forward, .... 

Piemimn on securities for technical education 
fund, Commonwealth grant 

Technical education fund, Commonwealth grant, 

Income technical education fund, United States 
grant, 

Mount Tom State Reservation, 

Wachuaett Mountain State Reservation, 

Greylock State Reservation, survey of, . 

Tablet to Maj. George L. Steams, . 

Statue of Mai. Oen. William F. Bartlett, 

Dedication of statue of Gren. Joseph Hooker 

Monument at Vicksburg, 

Baring Brothers & Co., Liimited, . 

Investigation of the dumping of garbage, 

Investigation of sanitary condition of factories, 

Investigation relative to dry dock in Boston, 

Investigation of crippled persons in the Common- 
wealth, 

Interest, 

Bridge over North River between Hanover and 
Pembroke, 

Bridge between Newburyport and Salisbury, 

Portraits of Governors, .... 

Lewis and (Mark Exposition, 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, . 

Expenses in connection with foot and mouth dis 
ease, 

Licensing coal dealers, .... 

Licensing automobiles, .... 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs 
Inebriates, industries, 

Testimonials to soldiers and sailors, war with Spain , 

Expenses of rifle team in competition for trophies, 

National encampment, G. A. K., . 

Repairs to State highways, . 

Counting apparatus for elections, . 

Damages by wild deer, .... 

Reclamation of waste land by prisoners. 

Gratuities, ...... 

Massachusetts State Firemen's Association, 

Ballot boxes for cities and towns, . 

Payments for Special Purpose.^. 

[See Stalement III.] 

Interest on sundry funds on deposit, 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, $16,666 66 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 8,333 34 

Massachusetts Soldiers' Home, .... 

Summer census, 

Temporary loans, . 



and 



Payments in Distribution, 
Corporation tax, distributed to cities and towns, . 
National bank tax, distributed to cities and towns, 
Boston Elevated Railway tax, distributed, . . . 



Amount carried forward. 



$7,523,960 50 



3,012 60 
424 66 

6,634 90 

22,974 60 

674 70 

278 62 

260 00 

18,382 81 

2,021 79 

96 60 

26 83 

766 61 

1,000 00 

100 00 

66 36 
887,391 81 

6,000 00 

26.000 00 

600 00 

1,496 00 
77,990 19 

1,391 78 

18 28 

6,819 29 

3,390 66 

179 46 

2,904 19 

60,000 00 

64,969 22 

260 00 

629 66 

19,198 80 

3,915 71 

12,000 00 

l,ias 52 



$94,570 28 



26,000 00 

27,876 43 

660 81 

3,600,000 00 



$4,026,600 66 
626,aS2 86 
106,887 28 



$8,734,757 61 



3,648,007 52 



4,660,420 70 



$17,043,185 83 



26 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement I. — Reoeipts and Payments 



Receipts ox Account of Revenue — Ooncluded. 



letiil 



Amount brought forward, 



Transfers in Adjustment from Funds. 
Massachusetts State SaDatorinm, building, 



etc. 



Baring Brothers & Co., .... 

Printing Metropolitan Water and Sewerage 

Board report, 



Transfers from Funds. 
Dan vers Insane Hospital, . . . . 
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs 

and Inebriates, 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics, 
Massachusetts School for the Feeble 

minded 

Massachusetts State Sanatorium, 
Northampton Insane Hospital, . 
Taunton Insane Hospital, . 
Westborough Insane Hospital, . 
Worcester Insane Hospital, 



Accrued Interest on Bonds sold^ etc. 
Abolition of grade crossings loan, assess 

ments, .... 
Medfield Insane Asylum loan. 
State highway loan. 
Prisons and hospitals loan, . 
State House construction loan, 
State House loan, 
Temporary loan, . 



S625 00 
2,469 02 

2,250 06 



9816 39 

26,887 17 
18,ff76 90 

70,340 64 
36,261 29 
22,416 64 
82,860 60 
26,464 76 
66,399 66 



$53,706 68 

1,166 61 

6,220 83 

3,994 71 

642 60 

681 39 

49,262 87 



$18,226,468 79 



5,344 08 



290,002 83 



114,473 49 



$18,636,279 19 



1905.] 



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27 



on Aooount of Bevenue. 



Payments on Account of Revenxje — Concluded. 



Amount brought f one ard^ .... 

Tranters in Adjustment to Funds. 
Income Fitohbnrg Railroad securities loan sinking 

fund, 

Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, series two, 
Metropolitan parks maintenance fund, series two, 
North metropolitan system sewerage, maintenance. 
South metropolitan system sewerage, maintenance. 


« • • 

S3,565 00 

58,174 88 

41,500 00 

4,674 57 

5,444 06 


317,043,185 83 
113,248 60 

290,002 83 


• 

Payments from Transfers. 
Expenses of sondry institutions (see opposite page) , 


... 


Ca.<;h on hand Jan. 1, 1905, 


$17,446,437 16 
1,189,842 03 




$18,636,279 19 



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28 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ReTenne Reeeipte la Detail. 



Detail 1. 



STATEMENT II. 

Revenue Receipts in Detail. 

DETAIIi No. 1. 

State Tax for 1904. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 438.J 



Beceived from the following-named cltieH and towns: — 


Abington, $2,100 00 


Charlemont, . . $325 00 


Acton, 






1,500 00 


Charlton, . 






1.075 00 


Acushnet, 






525 00 


Chatham, 






825 00 


Adams, 






4,7(K) 00 


Chelmsford, 






2,426 00 


Agawam, . 
Alford, . 






1.250 00 


Chelsea. . 






19,100 00 






150 00 


Cheshire, . 






675 00 


Amesbnry, 






4,400 00 


Chester, . 






526 00 


Amherst, . 






2.850 00 


Chesterfield, 






260 00 


Andover, . 






4,900 00 


Chicopee, 






8.200 01) 


Arlington, 






7,550 00 


Chilmark, 






200 00 


Ashburnham, 






80000 


Clarksburg, 






250 00 


Ashby, 






650 00 


Clinton, . 






6.460 00 


Ashfleld, . 






475 00 


Cohasset, . 






6,200 00 


Ashland, . 






775 00 


Colraiu, . 






6500O 


Athol, 






8,550 00 


Concord, . 






4,426 00 


Attleborough, . 






7,060 00 


Conway, . 






675 00 


Auburn, . 






676 00 


Cottage City. . 






1.175 00 


Avon, 






750 00 


Cummington, 






260 00 


Ayer, 






1,325 00 


Dalton, . 






2,725-00 


Barnstable, 






3,875 00 


Dana. 






:^oo 00 


Barre, 






1,200 00 


Dan vers, . 






4,300 00 


Becket, . 






400 00 


Dartmouth, 






2,425 00 


Bedford, . 






925 00 


Dedham, . 






8,326 00 


Belchertown, . 






725 00 


Deerfield, 






1,176 00 


Belllngham, . 






650 00 


Dennis, . 






976 00 


Belmont, . 






4,475 00 


Dighton, . 






760 00 


Berkley, . 






35000 


Douglas, . 






900 00 


Berlin, 






450 00 


Dover, 






826 00 


Bernardston, . 






350 00 


Dracut, . 






1,650 oor 


Beverly, . 






14,825 00 


Dudley, . 






1.176 00 


Billerica, . 






1,900 00 


Dunstable, 






260 00 


Blackstone, 






2,100 00 


Duxbury, . 






1,476 00 


Blandford, 






35000 


East Bridgewater, . 




1,475 00 


Bolton, 






400 00 


East Longmeadow, . 




460 00 


Boston, . 






. 900.125 00 


Eastham, . 




275 00 


Bourne, . 






1,976 00 


Easthampton, . 






2,950 00 


Box borough. 






175 00 


Easton. . 






4,150 00 


Box ford, . 






775 00 


Edgartown, 






726 00 


Boylston, . 






875 00 


Egremont, 






376 00 


Brain tree. 






4.000 00 


Enfield, . 






675 00 


Brewster, 






460 00 


Erving, . 






475 00 


Bridgewater, . 






2,200 00 


Essex, 






900 00 


Brimfield, 






325 00 


Everett. . 






16,260 00 


Brockton, 






24,926 00 


Fairhaven. 






2,400 00 


Brookfield, 






1,100 00 


Fall River, 






61,026 00 


Brook line. 






70,126 00 


Falmouth, 






6,200 00 


Buck land, 






500 00 


Fitchburg, 






20,275 00 


Burlington, 






425 00 


Florida, . 






126 00 


Cambridge, 






80,775 00 


Foxborough, . 






1.675 00 


Canton, . 






3,125 00 


Framingham, . 






7,775 00 


Carlisle, . 






300 00 


Franklin, . 




1 


2,825 00 


Carver, .... 1,025 00 


Freetown, ... 700 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 

# 



29 



Statement II. R^Tenne ii«»««ipte in n^taii. 


Detail 1. 


State Tax- 


— Continued. 




Gardner $5,250 00 


Maiden, . . . . 


924,725 00 


Gay Head, 






25 00 


Manchester, 


8,550 00 


Georgetown, . 






800 00 


Mansfield, 


1.725 00 


Gill 






m) 00 


Marblehead, 


5,550 00 


Gloucester, 






16,425 00 


Marion 


1,175 00 


Goshen, . 






125 00 


Marlborough, . 


7,650 00 


Gosnold, . 






175 00 


Marshfield, 


1,300 00 


Grafton, . 






2,000 00 


Mashpee, . . . . 


160 00 


Granby, . 






400 00 


Mattapoisett, . 


1,:«0 00 


Granville, 




325 00 


Maynard, . . . . 
Medfield, . . . , 


2,600 00 


Great Barrington, . 




4,100 00 


1,250 00 


Greenfield, 




5,575 00 


Med ford 


16,200 00 


Greenwich, 






200 00 


Medway, . . . . 


1,150 00 


Groton, 






2,450 00 


Melrose, . . . . 


11,626 00 


(4roveland, 






875 00 


Mendon, . 


600 00 


Hadley, . 






925 00 


Merrimac, 


1,050 00 


Halifax, . 






250 00 


Methuen 


4,025 00 


Hamilton, 






2,250 00 


Middleborough, 


3,525 00 


Hampden, 






325 00- 


Middlefield, . 


150 00 


Hancock, . 






225 00 


Middleton, 


475 00 


Hanover, . 






1,150 00 


Milford 


5,150 00 


Hanson, . 






600 00 


Millbury 


1,825 00 


Hard wick, 






1,:«5 00 


Millis 


660 00 


Harvard, . 






<100 00 


Milton, . . . . 


17,625 00 


Harwich, . 






950 00 


Monroe 


125 00 


Hatfield, . 






1,075 00 


Monson, . . . . 


1,676 00 


Haverhill, 






21,425 00 


Montague, 


3,100 00 


Hawley, . 






125 00 


Monterey, 


200 00 


Heath, 
Hingham, 






125 00 
3,675 00 


Montgomery, . 
Mount Washington, 


100 00 

75 oe 


Hinsdale, . 






525 00 


Nahant, . 


5,126 00 


Holbrook, 






1,175 00 


Nantucket, 


2,600 00 


'Holden, . 






1,125 00 


Katick, . 


5,1(W 00 


Holland. . 






50 00 


Needham, 


3,175 00 


Holllston, 






1,275 00 


New Ashford, . 


60 00 


Holyoke, . 






32,275 00 


New Bedford, . 


49,626 00 


Hopedale, 






3,850 00 


New Brain tree. 


325 00 


Hopkinton, 






1,375 00 


New Marlborough, . 


450 00 


Hubbardston, 






526 00 


New Salem, 


275 00 


Hudson, . 






2,800 00 


Newbury, 


975 00 


Hull, 






3,026 00 


Newburyport, . 


8,860 00 


Huntington, 






500 00 


Newton, . 


50,260 00 


Hyde Park, 






9,200 00 


Norfolk, . 


500 00 


Ipswich, . 
Kingston, 






3,250 00 


North Adams. . 


11,800 00 






1,275 00 


North Andover, 


4,100 00 


Lakeville, 






50000 


North Attleborough, 


3,400 00 


Lancaster, 






2,700 00 


North Brookfield, . 


1,350 00 


Lanesborough, 






375 00 


North Beading, 


525 00 


Lawrence, 






a3,925 00 


Northampton, . 


10,150 00 


x^ee , • • 






1,600 00 


North borough, 


1,050 00 


Leicester. 






2,000 00 


Northbridge, . 


3,a50 00 


I^nox, 






3,250 00 


Northfield, 


1,000 00 


Leominster, 






7,400 00 


Norton, . 


800 00 


Leverett, . 






260 00 


Norwell, . 


975 00 


Lexington, 






4,675 00 


Norwood, . 


4,050 00 


Leyden, . 






175 00 


Oakham, . 


275 00 


Lincoln, . 






1,950 00 


Orange, . . 


2,900 00 


Littleton, 






775 00 


Orleans, . 


526 00 


Longmeadow, 






825 00 


Otis,. 


2f)0 00 


Lowell, . 






58,060 00 


Oxford. . 


1,375 00 


Ludlow, . 






1,825 00 


Palmer, . 


2,650 00 


Lunenburg, 






725 00 


Paxton, 


225 00 


Lynn, 






43,325 00 


Peabody, . 


6,600 00 


Lynnfield, . ' . . 576 00 


Pelham, . 


175 00 



30 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Reveave Beeelpto in D«i«ll. 



Detail 1. 



State Tax — Concluded. 



Pembroke, 

Pepperell, 

Peru, 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, 

PiUsfield, 

Plaintield, 

Pljrmouth, 

Plympton, 

Prescott, . 

Princeton, 

Provincetown, 

Quincy, . 

Randolph, 

Baynham, 

Beading. . 

Behoboth, 

Bevere, . 

Bichmond, 

Bochester, 

Bockland, 

Bock port, 

Bo we, 

Bowley, 

Hoyalston, 

Bussell, . 

Butland, . 

Salem, 

Salisbury, 

Sandisfield, 

Sandwich, 

Saufnis, 

Savoy, 

Scituate, . 

Seekonk, . 

Sharon, 

Sheffield, . 

Shelbume, 

Sherbom, . 

Shirley, . 

Shrewsbury, 

Shutesbury, 

Somerset, . 

Somerville, 

South Had ley, 

Southampton, 

South borough, 

South bridge. 

South wick, 

Spencer, . 

Springfield, 

Sterling, . 

Stockbridge, 

Stoneham, 

Stoughton, 

Stow, 

Sturbridge, 

Sudbury, . 

Sunderland, 

Sutton , 

Swampscott, 

Swansea, . 



S676 00 

1,775 00 
100 00 
550 00 
225 00 
13,826 00 
150 00 

7,375 00 
275 00 
160 00 
700 00 

1,626 00 
18,050 00 

1,825 00 
675 00 

3,&'M) 00 
650 00 

8,850 00 
275 00 
400 00 

2,725 00 

2,:«0 00 
150 00 
626 00 
475 00 
400 00 
550 00 
23,800 00 
650 00 
250 00 
775 00 

3,225 00 
150 00 

2,475 00 
800 00 

1,525 00 
775 00 
750 00 
650 00 
750 00 

1,050 00 

150 00 

925 00 

44,000 00 

2,275 00 
400 00 

l,40i> 00 

4,275 00 
425 00 

3,125 00 

61,860 00 

700 00 

2,775 00 

3,975 00 

2,650 00 
625 00 
800 00 
950 00 
400 00 

1,025 00 

7,625 00 

1,000 00 



I 



Taunton, . 






318,225 00 


Templeton, 






1,300 00 


Tewksbury, 






1,400 00 


Tisbury, . 






826 00 


Tolland, . 






125 00 


Topsfleld, . 






825 00 


Townsend, 






976 00 


Truro, 






300 00 


Tyngsborougb, 






400 00 


Tyringham, 






176 00 


Upton, 






900 00 


Uxbridge, 






2,176 00 


Wakeiield, 






6,:^50 00 


Wales, . 






250 00 


Walpole, . 






2,376 00 


Waltham, 






17,360 (X) 


Ware, 






3,750 00 


Ware ham. 






2,325 00 


Warren, . 






1,650 00 


Warwick, 






250 00 


Washington, 






200 00 


Watertown, 






9,460 00 


Wa viand, . 
Webster, . 






1,450 00 






5,275 00 


Wellosley, 






8,325 00 


Wellfleet, 






750 00 


Wendell, . 






200 00 


Wenham, . 






2,600 00 


West Boylston, 




625 00 


West Bridgewater, 
West Brookfield, 




875 00 




700 00 


West Newbury, 




875 00 


West Springfield, . 
West Stockbridge, . 




4,600 00 




:»o 00 


West Tisbury, . 




325 00 


Westborough, . 






2,350 (H) 


Westfield, 






7,100 00 


West ford, 






1,525 00 


Westharapton, . 






200 00 


Westminster, . 






625 00 


Weston, . 






4,825 00 


Westport, 






1,:J60 00 


West wood. 






1,575 00 


Weymouth, 






5,600 00 


Whately, . 






375 00 


Whitman, 






3,100 00 


Wilbraham, 






»K.) 00 


Williamsburg, . 






750 00 


Williamstown, 






2.200 00 


Wilmington, . 






925 00 


Winchendon, . 






2,4<X) 00 


Winchester, 






7,825 00 


Windsor, . 






175 00 


Winthrop, 






6,35<1 00 


Woburn, . 






8,675 0^1 


W orcester. 






96,975 (X) 


Worth ington, 






250 00 


Wrentham, 






1,(360 00 


Yarmouth, 






1,500 00 


Total, . . 32,500,000 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



31 



Statement II. 



Reveave R^ceipte in l^tall. 



Detail 2. 



DETAIL. No. 2. 

Corporation Tax. 

[AssesBed upon valuation of corporate stock over and above municipal taxation for 

real estate and machinery. Rate, $16.16.] 



PUBLIC-SBSYICE 


Corporations. 






Lights 


Heat and 


Power Companies. 






Electric light companies: — 








AbingtOD and Rock- 
land, 




Lenox, . 


$257 30 




$265 60 


Lowell, . 


7,;i34 11 




Amesbury, 


76 85 


Maiden, . 


936 90 




Block Plant, . 


28 65 


Medway, 


33 20 




Boston, . 


401 95 


Manchester, . 


947 01 




Cambridge, 


1,688 22 


Montague, 


8 30 




Cohasset, . 


113 71 


Northampton, 


778 54 




Douglas, . 


124 50 


Orange, . 


10 37 




Edison, Boston, 


167,3»1 57 


Bawson, . 


166 00 




Edison, Brockton, , 


249 00 


Salem, 


531 20 




Foxborough, . 


102 92 


United, . 


3,761 56 




Franklin, 


16 60 


Ware, . 


195 88 




Gardner, . 


156 87 


Webster, 


671 87 




Grafton, . 


24 48 


Welsbach, 


166 00 




Great Barrington, . 


630 80 


Weston, . 


33 20 




Greenfield, 


. 1,137 43 


Winchendon, . 


83 00 




Haverhill, 


462 72 


Wobum, 


666 07 




Hyde Park, 


. 2,316 53 


Worcester, 


1,384 44 




JLjCOi • • • 


43 57 







$193,091 92 


Gas companies : — 








Adams, 


$202 52 


Lawrence, 


$6,968 18 




Amherst, . 


576 85 


Marlborough a n c 


I 




Bay State, 


12,531 34 


Hudson, 


163 34 




Brockton, 


1,028 36 


Massachusetts Pip< 


J 




Cambridge, 


1,972 08 


Line, . 


4,817 20 




Chelsea, . 


187 58 


Mil ford, . 


459 32 




Dorchester, 


. 1,837 62 


North Attleborougli 


I, 326 52 




Fall River. 


. 9,296 83 


Northampton, 


21W 48 




Gardner, . 


97 35 


Pittsfield Coal Gas 


688 90 




Globe, 


207 50 


Salem, 


. 1,577 84 




Gloucester, 


1,950 50 


Springfield, . 


. 2,438 54 




Greenfield, 


182 60 


Taunton, 


. 2,954 80 




Haverhill, 


912 17 


Wobum, 


168 49 




Ipswich, . 
Jamaica Plain, 


81 34 


Worcester, 


. 6,933 82 




494 68 




— _ 


59,379 75 


Gas and electric c< 


ompanies: — 


■ 






Athol, 


9166 00 


Charlestown, . 


. $1,862 52 




Beverly, . 


929 01 
fortcardj 


Cottage City, . 

• • • « 


5 81 

> • • 




Amount carried 


$252,471 67 



0-d 
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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Bcecipta in Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Amoujit brought forward t 

Dedham and Hyde 

Park, . $175 13 

Lynn, . 6,309 61 

New Bedford and 

Edison Light, . 12,164 89 



Southbridge, . 

Suburban, 

Westborough, 



Water companies: — 



Amherst, . 
Barre, 
Berkshire, 
Cheshire, . 
Cohasset, . 
East Mountain, 
Framingham, . 
Groton, . 
Junction, . 
Knox Hill, 
Lenox, 
Medfield, . 
Milford, . 



«211 66 

343 60 

261 46 

249 00 

638 90 

34 44 

2,058 40 

6 64 

29 06 

9 46 

402 96 

137 78 

1,376 65 



Milton, '. 

Northfield, 

Onset, 

Palmer, . 

Powow Hill, 

Riverside, 

Scituate, 

Sheffield, 

Southbridge, 

Wannacomet, 

Westhampton, 

Williamsiown, 



Water power company : — 
Housatonic, . 



Transportation Companies. 
Railroad companies: — 
Attleborough Branch, . 
Berkshire, .... 
Boston & Albany, . 
Boston & Lowell, . 
Boston & Maine, . 
Boston & Providence, . 
Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn, 
Chatham, .... 
Connecticut River, 
Fitchbnrg, .... 
Grafton & Upton, . 

Granite 

Hartford & Connecticut Western, 

Holyoke & Westfield, . 

Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington, 

Horn Pond Branch, 

Lowell & Andover, 

Milford & Woonsocket, . 

Milford, Franklin & Providence, 

Mount Tom, .... 

Nashua & Low'ell, . 

New Haven & Northampton, 

New London Northern, . 

New York, New Haven & Hartford, 

North Brookfield, . 

Norwich & Worcester, . 

Old Colony, .... 



Amount carried forward, 



S146 08 

2,656 83 

22 41 



«252,471 67 



$1,687 37 

29 88 

14 62 

31 40 

4:U 10 

.TS 18 

415 00 

166 00 

690 66 

156 04 

8 30 

249 00 



$2,006 28 

16,4.34 00 

4:W,624 .36 

102,851 .34 

108,814 04 

283 89 

2,647 70 

79 69 

69,162 .32 

70,497 82 

397 16 

622 08 

641 54 

4,316 00 

108 39 

33 50 

22,811 6.3 

527 05 

416 00 

1,093 11 

18,829 34 

3,402 48 

23,956 19 

6,948 84 

462 84 

22,597 74 

325,489 89 



$1,240,042 80 



23,438 19 



9.477 23 



132 80 



$285,619 89 



1905.] 



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Statement U. 



■ceeipto tv Detell. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Amount brought forward, 

Pittsfleld & North Adams, . 

Providenoe & Sprinj^field, 

ProyideDce & Worcester, 

Providence, Webster & Springfield, 

Rhode Island & Massachosetts, 

Stockbridge & Pittafield, 

Stony Brook, . 

Vermont & Massachosetts, 

Ware Biver, . 

West Stockbridge, . 

Winnisimmet, 

Worcester, Nashua & Bokshester, 

Worcester & Shrewsbury, 

Street railway companies : — 
Amherst & Sunderland, 
Athol & Orange, .... 

Berkshire, 

Blue Hill 

Boston & Chelsea, .... 

Boston Elevated, .... 

Boston & Northern, 

Boston & Revere, .... 

Boston & Worcester, 

Bristol & Norfolk, .... 

Brockton & Plymouth, . 

Citizens' Electric, .... 

Concord, Maynard & Hudson, 

Conway, 

Dartmouth & Westport, 
East Middlesex, 
East Taunton . ' . 
Fitchburg & Leominster, 
Gardner, Westminster & Fitchburg, 
Georgetown, Rowley & Ipswich, . 
Greenfield, Deerfield & Northampton, 
Greenfield & Turner's Falls, . 

Hampshire 

Haverhill, Georgetown & Danvers, 

Holyoke, 

Hooeac Valley, .... 
Interstate Consolidated, 
Lexington & Boston, 

Linw(K>d, 

Milford & Uxbridge, . 

Milford, Attleborough & Woonsocket, 

Natick & Cochituate, . 

New Bedford & Onset, . 

Newton, 

Newtonvilleft Watertown, . 
Northampton, .... 
Northampton & Amherst, 

North End, 

Norton & Taunton, 
Norwood, Canton & Sharon, . 

Old Colony, 

Pittsfleld Electric, .... 
Plymouth & Sandwich, . 
Providence & Fall River, 
Somerville Horse 

Amounts oaTried/ortoard, 



«1,240,M2 80 

9,725 94 

004 90 

82,860 29 

'Ml 84 

1,660 00 

11,862 73 

8,374 70 

80,609 51 

23,665 37 

:^28 68 

1,162 00 

25,200 07 

327 02 



Za.'A 44 

i,;w 29 

1,9.'^ 54 

1,755 45 

3,213 76 

229,144 74 

79,535 16 

647 40 

8,173 09 

48 14 

166 41 

2,460 12 

226 59 

904 

3,623 78 

6,603 48 

1,826 00 

5.839 21 
291 .33 
102 92 

1,255 79 

1.840 94 
4^«7 76 
614 20 

10,178 95 
5,556 02 
.3,992 30 
1,560 53 

199 20 
1,718 10 

688 90 
1,377 80 
1,770 88 
5,558 51 
1,037 50 
3,103 03 

420 64 
1,429 26 

124 74 

.398 40 

51,030 64 

2,840 26 

420 81 
1,228 40 
1,777 86 



9448,139 31 



•1,486,685 a5 



$1,486,685 86 



34 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



R«T«nae Beceipto in Detell. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

SouthbrldKe & Sturbridge, . 
Springfield, .... 
Springfield & Eastern , . 
Uifion, ..... 
Uxbridge & Blackstone, 
Warren, Brookfield & Spencer, 
Webster & Dudley, 
West End, .... 
Westborough & Hopkinton, . 
Woonsocket, .... 
Worcester Consolidated, 
Worcester & Shrewsbury, 
Woronoco (on account) , 

Steamboat companies: — 
Boston & Gloucester Steamboat, .... 
Boston & Philadelphia Steamship, 

Boston Steamship, 

Boston Tow Boat 

Commercial Tow Boat, 

Jiaverhill, Newburyport & Boston Steamship, 

Marblehead Transportation, 

Metropolitan Steamship, 

Nantasket Beach Steamboat, . . ... 
New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket 

Steamboat, 

New Bedford Tow Boat, 

New England & Savannah Steamship, . 

Old Colony Steamboat, 

Quinsigamond Lake Steamboat, .... 
Siilem, Beverly & Danvers Tow Boat, . 



Telephone and Telegraph Companies. 
American Telephone and Telegraph of Massachu 

NCLLOy • ■ ft • • • • 

American Telephone and Telegraph, 
Atlantic Telegraph of Massachusetts, . 
Automatic Telephone of New Bedford, . 

Cape Cod Telephone, 

Commercial Union Telegraph of Massachusetts, 
Fall River Automatic Telephone, . 
Granhy Telephone and Telegraph of Massachu- 
setts, 

Heath Telephone, 

Martha's Vineyard Telegraph, 
Massachusetts Telephone and Telegraph, 
Mutual District Messenger of Boston, . 
New England Telegraph, .... 
New England Telephone and Telegraph, 

People's Telephone, 

Providence Telephone Company of Massachu- 

PuritAn Telephone 



Business akd Mantjfacturimg Corpobations. 
A. B. & £. L. Shaw Company, .... 

A. B. Cutter Company, 

A. B. Hoffmann & Son, Incorporated, . 



9448,139 31 

883 12 

29,«77 11 

6,003 10 

17,694 36 

1,L« 60 

676 62 

747 00 

364,632 00 

828 68 

.369 80 

44,792 44 

49 80 

1,929 26 



$1,486,685 85 



$1,698 18 

13,22.) 64 

1,896 66 

6,109 92 

3,834 60 

332 00 

227 as 

104 68 
6,076 77 
/ 

1,242 26 

410 86 

4,150 00 

31,607 06 

34 86 

97 60 



$166 00 

136,756 17 

83 00 

416 00 

68 10 

166 00 

1,018 41 

19 92 
404 87 
166 00 
129 06 
33 20 
249 00 
240,822 87 

415 00 

416 00 
224 10 



$776 88 

19 92 

816 72 



906,248 23 



68,9«6 01 
$2,461,880 09 



$380,541 70 



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Statement II. 



Reeeipte to Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — CorUintced. 



A. B. Noyes & Go. Corporation, 

A. BnrliDgame Company, 

A. C. Dutton Lumber Company, 

A. C. Gardner Company, 

A. C. Thompson Company, . 

A. Cunningham Drag Company, 

A. F. Clark Lumber Company, 

A. Fales & Sons Company, . 

A. G. Froth in gham Company, 

A. 6. Moore Company, . 

A. H. Davenport Company, . 

A. H. Demond Company, 

A. H. Whidden & Son, Incorporated, 

A. L. Blackmar Company, Incorporated, 

A. Lee Company, .... 

A. L. I^wis Compltiny, . 

A. L. Joslin Company, . 

A. L. Ober Company, 

A. M. Chapel Machine Company, 

A. McArthur Company, 

A. M. McPbail Piano Company, . 

A. S. Alley Company, . 

A. S. Lowell Company, . 

A. Storrs & Bement Company, 

A. T. Bridges Company, Incorporated, 

A. T Steams Lumber Company, . 

A. W. Cheney Express Company, . 

A. Z. Beattie Company, 

Aaron F. Smith Company, . 

Abbot "Worsted Company, 

Abrahams-Quinn Company, The, . 

Acme Baking Company, 

Acushnet Co-operative Association, 

Acushnet Mills Corporation, . 

Adams Brothers Manufacturing Company, 

Adams Hardware and Paint Company, The, 

Adams Trust Company, 

Advertiser Newspaper Company, . 

iEtna Knitting Company, 

JEtna Mills, 

Mtnjk Securities Company, 

Agawam Conipany, .... 

Agawam Ice Company, .... 

Albany Printing Company, 

Albert C. Mason Company, . 

Albert Culver Company, 

Albert Russell & Sons Company, . 

Alberti Box Company, .... 

Al Boostan Publishing Company, . 

Alden Sheet Metal Working and Plumbing 

pany, 

Algonquin Printing Company, 

Allen & Fox Express Company, . 

Allen Higgins Company, 

Allen Lane Company, .... 

Allen Machine Company, 

Almy, Bigelow & Washourn, Incorporated, 

Alonzo E. Blanchard Company, . 

Alta Manufacturing Company, 

American Automatic Feed Water Register 

pany, 

American Brass Foundry Company, 
American Camera Manufacturing Company, 
American Camphor Refining Company, 



Com- 



Com 



969 72 
2:^ 39 

34 62 
9 «6 
288 84 
199 20 
380 14 
182 fiO 

13 94 

18 95 
4,652 <« 

8:^ 00 
177 62 
244 11 

89 64 
Wi 45 

327 0? 

101 67 

7 96 

1,079 00 

1,066 76 

56 77 

522 90 

498 00 

31 87 

3,092 58 

39 84 

3 00 

921 :w 

6,455 74 

139 44 

22 24 

90 05 
4,366 21 

444 64 

332 00 

22,410 00 

66 40 

99 60 
685 58 

50 79 
594 28 

16 60 
6 97 

24 90 
244 85 

81 20 

74 
2 



78 
24 



66 50 

2,335 62 

3:^2 00 

129 48 

125 00 

70 64 

3,215 42 

111 9!} 

7 50 

37 50 

31 9:^ 

7 66 

332 00 



36 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement 1 1. 



ipte tn Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



American Gar Sprinkler Company, 

American Cigar Company, . 

American Citizen Company, . 

American Cultivator Publishing Company, 

American Department Store (on account) , 

American Dry Plate Coinpany, The, 

American Electric Sign Cfompany, 

American Finance Company, 

American Grocery Company, 

American Halibut Company, 

American Insurance Company, 

American Loan and Trust Company, 

American Mica Company, 

American Net and Twine Company, 

American Optical Company, . 

American Pad and Paper Company, The, 

American Powder Mills, The, 

American Press Association of Massachusetts, 

American Rubber Company, . 

American Securities Corporation, 

American Steam Superheater Company, 

American Smokeless Powder Company, 

American Supplies Conipany, 

American Tap and Die Company, . 

American Tube Works, ... 

American Waltham Watch Company, . 

American Watch Tool Company, . 

Andrew Fyrberg Arms Company, . 

Ames Plow Company, .... 

Ames S word Oom pany, . 

Anchor Garter Company, 

Andover Press, Limited, 

Andrews Produce Company, . 

Angier Company, 

Angier Chemical Company, The, . 
Applied Device Company, 
Apsley Rubber Company, 
Archibald Wheel Company, . 
Arlington Co-operative Association, The, 

Arlington Mills, 

Arms ManufacturingCompany, The, . 

Armstrong Transfer Express Company, 

Arnold Print Works, .... 

Arnold Roberts Company, 

Arthur C. Harvey Company, The, 

Arthur Treat Company, 

Asahel Wheeler Company, . 

Ashlleld Co-operative Creamery Association, 

Ashland Leather Board Company, 

Ashlev & Buchanan Company, 

Associated Dealers' Credit Bureau, 

Atherton-Guilford Lumber Company, 

Athol Machine Company, The, 

Atlantic Glue Company, 

Atlantic Works, 

Atlas Chemical Company, 

Austin Furniture Company, 

Automachine Company, 

Automatic Telephone Equipment Company, 

Auxiliary Fire Alarm Company of Boston, 

Ayer Tanning Company, 

B. A. Corbin & Son Company, 

B. D. Rising Paper Company, • 

B. E. Jones Company, .... 



S:m 80 

60 63 

41 83 

41 50 

20 00 

87 74 

49 80 

4 98 

139 44 

58 10 

3,403 00 

41,600 00 

160 06 

1,716 44 

3,611 33 

178 45 

2,660 90 

16 60 

2,119 07 

8 30 

9 00 
60 74 

415 00 

41 50 

3,054 40 

59,086 37 

91 30 

622 60 

1,100 68 

8:) 00 

110 22 

30 57 

12 18 

89 64 

.398 40 

25 43 

4,992 11 

1,147 47 

718 86 

11,771 89 

697 20 

249 66 

9,983 70 

a32 00 

1,246 00 

900 

361 14 

10 96 

29 88 

52 29 

16 60 

209 16 

106 24 

231 10 

94 62 

:i3 86 

327 85 

69 76 

248 96 

124 60 

410 85 

1,162 00 

428 72 

830 00 



1905.] 



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Statement II. 



BeTena« B««elpU In detail. 



Dktail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued, 



B. M. C. Durfee Safe Deposit and Trust Com- 



pany, 

B. S. Thompson & Co., Limited, 

Babcook Varnish Company, The, 

Bailey & Blendinger Mannfacturing Company, 

Bailey Embroidery Goods Company, 

Bailey- Weston Company, 

Baker Iiead Manufacturing Company, 

Baker Lumber Company, 

Balch Brothers Company, 

Banigan Rubber Company, ... 

Banker and Tradesman Fress, Incorporated, 

Bankers Investment Company, 

Barbour-Stockwell Company, 

Barker Lumber Company, 

Barlow Coal Company, .... 

Barlow Manuf]i<;turing Company, . 

Bamaby Manufacturing Company, 

Barnard Brothers Company, . 

Barnard, Sumner & Putnam Company, . 

Bartlett Box and Lumber Company, 

Batchelder & Lincoln Company, . 

Bates Brothers Company, 

Bay Farm Company, .... 

Bay State Belting Company, 

Bay State Card and Paper Company, . 

Bay State Chair Company, Incorporated, 

Bay State Coal Company, 

Bay State Construction Company, 

Bay State Co-operative Bench show Association 

Bay State Cordage Company, 

Bay State Corset Company, . 

Bay State Distilling Company, 

Bay State Fuel Company, 

Bay State Hardware Company, 

Bay State Improved Box Company 

Bay State Metal Wheel Company, 

Bay State Rubber Company, . 

Bay State Shoe and Leather Comp 

Bay State Tap and Die Company, 

Bay State Thread Works, 

Bay State Trust Company, . 

Bay State Wholesale Company, 

Beach Soap Company, . 

Beacon Medical Corporation, 

Beacon Trust Company, 

Beattie Zinc Works Company, 

Beebe- Webber Company, 

Belcher & Taylor Agricultural Tool Company, 

Belchertown Co-operative Creamery Association 

Belisle Printing and Publishing Company, . 

Belle Vne Mills 

Belmont Coal Company, .... 

Belmont Spring Water Company, . 

Belvidere woollen Manufacturing Company, 

Bemis & Call Hardware and Tool Company, 

Ben Franklin Press, 

Bennett's Information Company, . 

Berkshire Cotton Manufacturing Company, . 

Berkshire Creamery Co-operative Association, 

Berkshire Credit Company, . ^ . 

Berkshire Glass Sand Company, . 

Berkshire Hills Co-operative Creamery Associa- 
tion 



any, 



S8,.300 00 
172 :vi 
209 16 
121 81 
m 60 
166 00 
:m 48 
282 20 
1,075 68 

59 80 
:H<) 84 
12 00 

124 60 

257 88 

ir)6 87 
6M 49 
88 81 

116 20 
3,984 (X) 

166 00 

4,980 00 

1,010 62 

50 M 

l,.'m 08 

622 50 
56 W 
66 40 
16 60 
16 60 
2.t 24 

925 61 
4:< 06 

655 70 

:ni 25 

I'il 70 

315 40 

a-5 00 

186 18 

129 48 

493 31 

9,329 20 

6 44 

770 24 

4 98 

73 33 

22 90 

513 27 

1,005 46 

? 96 

.54 78 

124 50 

60 86 
94 28 

2,611 18 

683 92 

19 50 

16 60 

22,602 56 

6 64 

79 68 

66 06 

3 32 



38 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statehrnt II. 



ll«T«na« Beeelpis lu Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Berkshire Hills Paper Company, . 

Berkshire Loan and Trust Company, . 

Berkshire ManufactarlnK Company, Pittsfield, 

Berkshire Mill Supply Company, 

Berkshire Paper Company, 

Besse-Baker Company, . 

Besse-Bryant Company, 

Besse-Carpenter Company, 

Besse-Mills Company, . 

Besse-Bolfe Company, . 

Besse-Bussell Company, 

Best Bakinff Company, . 

Bestosking Packing and Supply Company, . 

Beverly Cooperative Association, 

Bicknell & Fuller Paper Box Company, 

Bigelow Carpet Company, .... 

Bigelow & Dowse Company, .... 

Bircham Bend Power Company, . 

Birnie Paper Company, 

Black Island Granite Association, 
Blacker & Shepard Company, 

Blake-Curtis Company, 

Blake Manufacturing Company, . 

Blake Signal and Manufacturing Company, 

Blanchard Machine Company, 

Bliss Coal Company, 

Bliss Manufacturing Company, 

Bond & Bond Company, .... 

Bon-Ton Millinery Company, 

Borden Guinev & Kendall Company, . 

Boston & Boxbury Mill Corporation, . 

Boston & Haverhill Despatch Company, 

Boston Advertising Company, 

Boston Base Ball Association, 

Boston Beer Company, 

Boston Belting Company, .... 

Boston Blower Company, The, 

Boston Book Binding and Stationery Company, 

Boston Book Company, 

Boston Coal Company, 

Boston Co-operative Flower Growers' Association 
Boston Coffee Company, .... 
Boston Cornice and Skylight Company, 
Boston Counter Company, .... 
Boston Credit Company, .... 
Boston Cycle and Sundry Companv, 
Boston Dental Depot, Incorporated , 
Boston Dry Goods Company, 

Boston Duck Company, 

Boston Feather Duster Company, . 

Boston Fire Brick and Clay Retort Manufacturing 

Company, 

Boston Forge Company, 
Boston Fresh Tripe Company, 
Boston Furnace Company, 
Boston Herald Company, The, 
Boston Hide and Skin Company, . 
Boston Ice Company, The, . 
Boston Ice Cream and Baking Company, 
Boston Insurance Company, . 
Boston Knitting Mills (on account), 
Boston Lacing Hook Company, 
Boston Leather Trimming Company, . 
Boston Loan Company, .... 



$.389 07 
2,076 00 
788 60 
199 20 
141 10 
367 73 
414 40 
245 21 
416 00 
618 76 
224 10 
91 30 

41 60 
106 24 
419 64 

26,376 42 

2,490 00 

393 91 

288 66 

6 00 

376 99 

361 06 

K^ 00 

67 24 

116 20 

4 28 

24 90 

73 04 

49 80 

242 36 

8 10 

83 00 

62 26 

64 74 

1,660 04 

10,846 67 

297 63 

12 45 

1,246 00 

99 60 

99 60 

49 80 

6 64 

240 70 

49 80 

348 60 

311 25 

4,980 00 

2,684 41 

199 63 

67 76 
509 62 
144 43 

91 .30 

739 79 

517 72 

2,632 99 

83 00 
12,761 29 

.50 00 

42 82 
14 64- 
82 10 



1905.] 



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Statement II. 



B«Tenae B ece i pto la I>«t«ll. 



Detail^2. 



Corporation Tax — Contintted. 



Boston Mirror Company, 

Boston Note Brokerage Company, 

Boston Optical Company, 

Boston Oregon Mast Company, 

Boston Parcel Delivery Company, 

Boston Pier or Long Wharf, Proprietors of the, 

Boston Plate and Window Glass Company, . 

Boston Printing Company, .... 

Boston Regalia Company, .... 

Boston Bubher Shoe Company, 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

Boston Safety Can-opener Company (on account) 

Boston Sheepskin Company, . 

Boston Specialty Stores Company, 

Boston Stitching and Plaiting Company, 

Boston Storage Warehouse Company, 

Boston Straw Board Company, 

Boston Terminal Company, . 

Boston Times Company, 

Boston Transfer Company, The, . 

Boston Tunnel Construction Company, 

Boston Varnish Company, 

Boston Wholesale Grocery Company, 

Boston Workingmen's Co-operatiye Association, 

Boston Wrapper Manufacturing Company, . 

Bourne Mills 

Bowenville Coal Company 

Bowker Fertilizer Company, .... 

Boylston Art Company, .... 

Boylston Market Association, 

Bradford Joint Company, .... 

Bradlee & Chatman Company, 

Brennan Boot and Shoe Company, 

Bridgham & Smith Company, 

Briggs & Allyn Manufacturing Company, . 

Briggs Carriage Company, .... 

Briggs Seaver Company, .... 

Brignam Company 

Brighton Coal Company, .... 

Bristol County Drug Company, 

Bristol County Investment Company, . 

Broadway Iron Foundry Company, 

Brockton Co-opeiative Association, 

Brockton Co-operative Boot and Shoe Company 

The 

Brockton Die Company, 

Brockton Folding Machine Company, . 

Brockton Transportation Company, 

Brockton Trap-Bock Company, 

Brockway-Smith Corporation, 

Brookline Storage Warehouse Company, 

Brooks Bank Note Company, 

Brophy Brothers Shoe Company, . 

Brown Ba^ Filling Machine Company, 

Brown & Simonds Company, 

Brown-Wales Company, 

Bryant Box Company, .... 

Buchanan & Bolt Wire Company, 

Bufflngton Pharmacy Company, . 

Bufifumville Manufacturing Company, . 

Builders Iron and Steel Company, 

Building Cleaning and Renovating Company, 

Buildings Repair Company, . 

Bullard Thread Company, 



992 96 

65 73 
249 00 
561 84 
415 00 
824 95 

3,168 94 

16 60 

80 57 

23,098 48 

44,184 49 

16 60 

139 70 

83 00 

23 24 

2,0:^3 60 

652 97 

8,300 00 

39 84 

249 00 

124 50 

436 53 

111 55 

16 60 

25 64 
886 44 
182 60 
494 21 

23 90 
796 80 

58 10 
310 20 
136 95 
664 00 
742 02 
543 65 
597 60 
435 75 
119 52 

20 58 
254 97 
108 26 

66 11 

238 21 

26 94 
33 20 
8:5 00 

24 80 
1,245 00 

20 75 

627 01 

493 &5 

60 20 

423 30 

2,594 58 

49 80 

1,105 &i 

566 72 

49 80 

72 37 

19 92 

6 47 

265 60 



40 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement II. 



Ifcc ce ipto In Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Bunker Hill Coal Company, . 

Burbank-Hanley Company, . 

Bnrdett College, .... 

Burditt & Williams Company, 

Burlingame & Darbys Company, . 

Bumham Coal Company, 

Burton E. Noble Company, . 

Bush & Witherspoon Company, . 

Bushway loe Cream Company, 

Busiere Manufacturing Company, 

Butcher Polish Company, The, 

Butler Milline Company, 

Buttrick Lumber Company, The, . 

Butts & Ordway Company, . 

Byron Truell Company, 

Byron Weston Company, 

C. A. Bray Company, 

C. A. Cross & Co , Incori>orated, . 

C. A. £dgarton Manufacturing Company, 

C. A. Ellis Company, 

C. A. Melcher Company, 

C. A. Nichols Conopany, The, 

C. A. Siegemund Cfompany, . 

C. B. Cook Laundry Company, 

C. B. Sanborn Company, 

C. C. A. Cigar Company, 

C. E. Davis Optical Company, 

C. E. Osgood Company, The, 

C. E. Sault Company, The, . 



C. E. Trumbull Company, 

C. £. Woodward & Cfo., incorporated, 

C. P. Eddy Company, . 

C. F. & G. W. Eddy, Incorporated, 

C. F. Hatch Company, . 

C. F. Paige & Co., Incorporated, . 

C. F. Stahl Company, . 

C. H. W. Wood Company, The, . 

C.J. Peters & Son Company, 

C. K. Jewett Company, . 

C. L. Hoyt Company, 

C. M. Barrett Company, 

CM. Clark Publishing Company, 

C. O. Sweet & Son Company, 

C. P. Alden & Son, Incorporated, . 

C. T. Sherer Company, . 

C. White Company, 

C. W. Leatberbee Lumber Company, 

C. W. Spencer Conipany, 

Callahan & Daley Cforapany, . 

Callahan Supply Company, . 

Caloric Transfer Company, . 

Calumet Woollen Company, . 

Cambridge Credit Clothiers, « 

Cambridge Ice Company, 

Cambridge Trust Company, . 

Cambridgeport Diary Company, . 

Campello Leather Company, 

Canada Drug and Chemical Company, 

Canedv-Clark Shoe Company, 

Cape Ann Machine Company, 

Cape Pond Ice Company, 

Capital Supply Company, 

Carew Manufacturing Company, . 

Carlow & Putnam Company, 



The, 



924 

69 

166 

1,245 

697 

329 

16 

60 

51 

249 

79 

2 

92 

622 

586 

1,840 

19 

869 

887 

1,245 

249 

273 

31 

21 

45 

830 

75 

1,660 

166 

5 

249 

307 

252 

227 

170 

58 

16 

157 

80 

49 

37 

29 

16 

222 

2,573 

99 

149 

40 

174 

982 

33 

886 

39 

189 

648 

991 

89 

16 

319 

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122 

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1.298 

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48 



1905.] 



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41 



Statement II. 



■•••Ipte in DetAil. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued 



Carpenter-Morton Company, . 

Carroll, Hixon Jones Company, 

Carter's Ink Company, . 

Carver Cotton Gin Company, 

Carver-Green Company, 

Cedar Street Grocery Company, 

Central Building Conipany, . 

Central Construction Company, 

Central Mills Company, 

Chad wick Boston Lead Company, 

Chaffee Brothers Company, . 

Chamberlain-Huntress Company, 

Chandler & Farquhar Company, 

Chandler Company, 

Chapel Mills Manufacturing Company, 

Chapin & Gould Paper Company, 

Chapman Valve Manufacturing Company, 

Charles A. Eaton Company, . 

Charles A. Snow Company, . 

Charles A. White Company, 

Charles B. Osgood Company, 

Charles Case Shoe Company, 

Charles £. Harwood Company, 

Charles E. Lauriat Company, 

Charles £. Sprague Box Com pan v, 

Charles H. Dodge Construction Company, 

Charles J. Jager Company, . 

Charles P. Kerans Company, 

Charles P. Whittle Manufacturing Company 

Charles River Woolen Company, . 

Charles S. Brown Company, . 

Charles W. Arnold &; Co. Corporation, 

Charles WingCompany, The, 

Char lestown Enterprise Company, 

Charlton Wire Company, 

Chase & Cooledge Cfompany, 

Chase Turbine Manufacturing Company, 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, 

Chesterfield Hotel Company, 

Chickering & Sons 

Chicopee Falls Building Company, 

Child Acme Cutter and Press Company, 

Chilmark China Clay Corporation, , 

Chilson Furnace Company, . 

ChoateDrug and Chemical Company, 

Churchill & Alden Company, 

Cigar Makers' Co-operative Association 

Citizens Loan Association, . 

City Coal Company, 

City Manufacturing Corporation, . 

City Trust Company, 

Clark & Story Cfompany, 

Clark Brass Company, . . . 

Clark Brothers & Co., . 

Clark, Coggin & Johnson Company, 

Clark-Hutchinson Company, . 

Clark Sawyer Company, 

Clear Brook Cranberry Company, . 

Clemson-Bailey Company, 

Clifford Barber Supplies Company, 

Clinton Wire Cloth Company, 

Club Stable Corporation, 

Coates Clipi>er Manufacturing Company, 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Company, . 



$1,306 42 

220 78 

2,i:^ 41 

1,934 38 

28 30 
17 43 

29 88 
48 14 

193 22 

6,191 80 

8:i5 39 

518 7R 

8:^0 00 

8 30 

373 74 

fl7 28 

7,681 21 

2,384 a3 

22 04 

13 28 

166 (X) 

605 46 

642 42 

830 00 

124 50 

78 83 

412 51 

250 00 

312 61 

1,318 87 

796 80 

38.3 87 

996 00 

58 10 

13 28 

415 00 

347 77 

1,229 39 

10 95 

7,387 00 

20 55 

132 80 

7 30 

199 20 

25 <U 

665 84 

17 43 

89 22 

124 83 

1,182 25 

35,781 42 

43 16 

10 95 

209 16 

664 00 

3,652 00 

1,646 72 

2 98 

28 38 

16 60 
2,564 99 

17 09 
38 18 

5,927 86 



42 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Beeelpte In I>«t«il. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued, 



Cobb-Eastman Company, 

Cobarn-Liewis Shoe Company, 

Cobum Trolley Track Manufacturing' Company, 

Cochrane Chemical Company, 

Cochrane Manufacturing Company, 

Codman & Hall Company, . 

Coe Market Company, . 

Coe, Bay, Creelman Company, 

Coes Wrench Company, 

Coffin Valve Conipany, . 

Cohannet Silver Company, . 

Cold Spring Grocery Company, 

Colchester Mill Company, 

Coldwell-Gildard Company, . 

Collateral Loi\n Company, 

Collins & Fairbanks Company, 

Collins Manufacturing Company, 

Colonial Corporation, 

Colonial Furniture Company, 

Colonial Rubber Company, . 

Columbia Comb Company, 

Columbia Electric Engineering Company, 

Columbia Engrbving Company, 

Columbia Kid Company, 

Columbia Shade Cloth Company, 

Columbia Trust Company, 

Columbian Insecticide Company of Boston, 

Columbian National Life Insurance Company, 

Commonwealth Collateral Loan Association, 

Commonwealth Glue Company, . 

Commonwealth Shoe and Leather Company, 

Commonwealth Trust Company, . 

Complete Carriage Nut Conipany, 

Compressed Steel Shafting Cfompany, 

Conanicut Mills, .... 

Conant Brothers Company, . 

Concord Drug Company of Lowell, 

Congamond Ice Company, 

Connecticut River Bridge, The Proprietors of, 

Connors Brothers Construction Company, 

Consolidated Box Machine Company, . 

Consolidated Drug Company (on account) , 

Consolidated Law Cabinet, . 

Conway Co-operative Creamery of Conway, 

Cook- Vivian Company, .... 

Cooley Brothers Company, The, . 

Cooley Manufacturing Company, . 

Coombs & Gilbert Furniture Company, 

Co-operative Store Company, 

Cooper Dental Manufacturing Company, 

Copley Square Trust Company, 

Cordaville Woolen Company, 

Cordis Mills 

Corey Leather Company, 
Cornelius Callahan Company, 

Corona Kid Company 

Corr Manufacturing Company, 
Corwin-Wilde Company, 
Cottle Leather Company, 
Couch & Seeley Company, 
Coulson McDonnell Electrical Company, 
Courier-Citizen Company, 
Courier-Independent Publishing Company, The, 
Courier Publishing Company, 



$1,128 80 

622 no 

983 55 

2.136 42 

1,887 42 

664 00 

9 96 

1,245 00 

2,« 72 

376 82 

149 40 

11 62 

8 30 

52 27 
9,130 00 

498 00 

1,292 31 

4 98 

107 90 

125 3:j 

74 70 

16 60 

19 92 

70 98 
1« 74 

605 90 

16 60 

2,324 00 

65 57 

4 98 
745 M 

21,082 00 

2 10 

58 10 

320 .38 

219 12 

49 43 

53 12 

20 75 
32 37 

71 19 
16 60 
16 60 
35 02 

803 58 

249 00 

6 64 

371 84 

.30 37 

71 38 

9,960 00 

368 52 

1,337 96 

913 00 

215 80 

560 00 

830 00 

15 00 

1,795 29 

443 22 

500 

2.32 40 

5 64 
5i) 76 



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4a 



Statehknt II. 



Beeeipte la I»«t«ll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Covel & Osborne Company, . 

Crane, £dwards Company, . 

Crawford Trade Mark Company, . 

Creed-Kellof(g Company, 

Creese & Cook Company, 

Crescent Worsted Company, . 

Criterion Knitting Company, 

Crocker Drue Company, 

Crocker Rubber Company, 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, 

Cromptou Associates, 

Crompton Motor Carriage Works, . 

Crosby Steam Gage and v alve Company, 

Crosman Box Company, 

Cross Dry Goods Company, The, 

Cuban Agricultural Company of Massachusetts, 

Cullen Brothers Company, . 

Cummins Clothing Company, 

Cummings Company, The, 

Cunningham Iron Company, . 

Currier & Campion Company, 

Currier Drug Company, 

Curtis Manufacturing Company, . 

Curtis & Marble Machine CompiEiny, 

Cutler Marshall Company, . 

Cutter Nail Company, . 

Cyrus T. Clark Company, 

D. & L. Slade Company, 

D'Arcy & Sons Company, 

D. C. Percival & Co., . 

D. Eddy & Sons Company, . 

D. F. O'Connell Company, . 

D. H. Cornell Packing Company, . 

D. H. Eames Company, 

D. H. Gregory Company, 

D. L. Marshall Company, 

D. L. Page Company, . 

D. T. Dudley & Son Company, 

D. W. Field Company, . 

D. Wood Company, 

Dahl & Hill Leather Company, . 

Delzell Axle Company, 

Dana Hardware Company, . 

Daniels-Cornell Conipany, 

Daniels & Howlett Company, 

Dan vers Co-operative Association, 

Danvers Sporting Goods Company, 

Darrow-Mann Company, 

Dart Express Company, 

David Moffat Company, 

Davis & Brown Woolen Company, 

Davis & Farnum Manufacturing Company, 

Davis & Farber Machine Company, 

Davis & McLane Manufacturing Company, 

Davis & Sargent Lumber Company, 

Davis-Chapin Company, 

Davis Company, 

Davis Ice Cream Company, 

Davis Mills, . 

Davis Press Incorporated, 

Davis Sulphur Ore Company, 

Dawson Manufacturing Company, 

Denison Brothers Company, 

Denison Plummer Company, 



9M1 40 

251 56 

16 60 

415 00 

358 97 

m> 05 

80 34 

24 90 

8.-) 00 

21,703 63 

127 82 

29 88 

3,773 57 

187 59 

329 70 

12 50 

141 10 

166 00 

375 16 

464 80 

239 04 

109 56 

326 98 

a'52 :<8 

33 58 

41 80 

249 00 

727 08 

717 12 

4,160 00 

4i« 00 

88 77 

274 26 

477 25 

m 60 

10 46 

135 73 

31 87 

664 00 

61 43 

166 00 

212 48 

2,490 00 

768 58 

166 76 

3:^ 86 

16 01 

69 76 

124 50 

166 00 

») 00 

962 80 

3,295 61 

93 79 

292 82 

29 88 

49 84) 

24 31 

512 94 

80 00 

83 00 

214 97 

269 05 

169 40 



44 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement IF. 



Beveuae Becelpto in 



111. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Dennis & Carroll Company, . 

Dennison Manafacturing Company, 

Dexter Brothers Company, . 

Diehton Manufacturing Company, 

Dill Cattle Company, . 

Dillon Machine Company, . 

Discoant Advertising Company, . 

Donahoe's Magazine Company, 

Downing Taylor Company, . 

Downs « Watson Company, . 

Dr. A. C. Daniels, Incorporated, . 

Draper Brothers Company, . 

Draper Machine Tool Company, . 

Duckworth Chain and Manufacturing Company, 

Dudley Tailors, Incorporated, 

Duncan & Goodell Company, 

Dunn Green Leather Company, 

Dunne Lyceum Bureau, The, 

Dupaul- Young Optical Company, . 

Durgin McManus Company, . 

Durland Counter Company, . 

Dwight Manufacturing Company, 

Dwinell- Wright Company, . 

E. A. Hall Publishing Company, . 

£. A. Rich Company, . 

E. B. Badger &; Sons Company, . 

E. B. Horn Company, . 

E. Buxton & Son Company, . 

E. C. Barr Company, 

E. C. Hall Company, 

E. Cummings Leather Company, . 

E. D. Leighton Company, 

E. E. Perry Company, ... 

E. £. Stone Lumber and Box Company, 

E. E. Wilson Company, 

E. F. Peirce Company, . 

E. F. Beece Company, . 

E. 6. Higgins Company, 

E. H. Clapp Rubber Company, 

E. H. Mahoney Chair Company, . 

E. H. Sax ton Company, 

E. H. Smith Company, . 

E. M. Coates & Co., Incorporated, 

E. M. Slayton Freezer Company, . 

B. O. Smith Company, . 

E. P. Sanderson Company, 

E. P. Torrey Dry Goods Company, 

E. R. Brown Beer Pump Company, 

E. S. Anthony Company, 

E. S. Brown Company, . 

E. Stebbins Manufacturing Company, 

E. T. Smith Company, . 

E. Van Noorden Company, . 

E. W. Burt & Co., Incorporated, . 

E. W. Clark Company, . 

E. W. Nash Company, . 

E. W. Seaver Company, 

Eagle Clothing Company, 

Eagle Cotton Gin Company, . 

Eagle Iron Foundry, 

Eagle Publishing Company, . 

East Boston Company, . 

East India Extract Company, 

Eastern Bridge and Structural Company, 



861 Rl 

6,269 15 

492 02 

.S2 37 

/ 2U) (K) 

124 60 

16 77 

.30 S« 

1,652 10 

109 20 

199 20 

2,071 61 

69 72 

59 76 

119 62 

747 00 

1,:»6 06 

16 60 

3^)2 57 

101 26 

66 40 

9,;W2 80 

3,176 74 

26 66 
140 15 
&S7 84 
368 66 
664 40 

80 67 
8;W «iO 
530 o:^ 

74 70 

192 59 

195 06 

4 98 

as 00 
172 64 
624 16 
1,968 09 
112 a5 
107 90 

79 68 
368 52 

8:? (HJ 
629 47 
951 81 
132 80 

71 :« 
498 00 
1,867 50 
144 42 
2,191 20 
166 00 
473 10 
249 00 
807 67 

51 04 

29 88 

27 65 
46 48 
24 90 
83 00 
71 I« 

428 77 



1905.] 



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45 



Statemekt II. 



Be«*ipte la I»«i«ll. 



Detail 2. 



CoRi'ORATiON Tax — Continued. 



Eastern Clay Goods CompaDy, 

Eastern Cola Storage Company, . 

Eastern Drag Company, 

Eastern Egg Company, . 

Eastern Expanded Metal Company, 

Eastern Fishing Company, . 

Eastern Forge Company of Massachusetts, 

Eastern Grain Company, 

Eastern Grocery Company, . 

Eastern Hat Works, 

E^astem Salt Company, . 

Easthampton Bahoer Thread Company,' 

Eaton-Dikeman Company, . 

Eaton, May & Robbins Paper Company, 

Edes Manufacturing Company, 

Edson Manufacturing Company, . 

Edwards Boat Building Company, 

Edwin Bartlett Company, 

Elbridse Nash Drag Company, 

Electric Cable Joint Company, 

Electric Lustre Starch Company, . 

Electric Manufacturing Company, 

Elias Howe Cooopany, . 

Elliott Lumber Company, 

Ellis Foundry Company. 

Ellis-Hydrate Company, 

Elm wood Pharmacy, Incorporated, 

Emerson Express Company, . 

Emerson Manufacturing Company, 

Emmons Loom Harness Company, 

Empire Bii^ Traveler Company, . 

Enterprise nubber Company, 

Equitable Banking Company, 

Equitable Security Company, 

Ernest A. Dick Conopany, 

Ernest C. Marshall Company, 

Ernest L. Noera Shoe Company, . 

Espinosa Fruit Company, 

Essex Company, .... 

Essex County Shoe Company, 

Essex Paper Company, . 

Essex Supply Company, 

Estabrook ffxpress Company, 

Evans Stamping and Plating Company 

Everett Piano Comminy, 

Excelsior Laundry Company, 

Exploits River Lumber and Pulp Company, 

Exposition Amusement Company, 

F. A. Bassette Company, 

F. A. Easton Company, 

F. A. Bobbins Company, 

F. A. Whitney Caxriage Company 

F. C. Warren Company, 

F. C. Wilson Company, 

F. D. Fellows Company, 

F. E. Jones Company, . 

F. E. Reed Company, 

F. E. Wells & Son Company, 

F. H. Day Company, The, . 

F. H. Fearing Paper Company, 

F. H. Gilson Company, . 

F. H. Lane Company, . 

F. H. & S. T. Young Company, The, 

F. H. Thomas Company, 



$366 90 

62 41 

6,640 00 

80 87 

270 42 

74 70 

144 42 

24 48 

99 60 

68 10 

469 68 

2,683 72 

407 &3 

4 98 

210 82 

346 94 

46 48 

266 47 

66 40 

996 

43 67 
366 86 

1,162 00 
68 43 

166 04 
14 94 
60 68 
91 30 
24 90 

482 59 

44 27 
415 00 
116 69 

19 92 
46 96 
49 80 

108 89 
10 00 

9,992 37 

109 66 
118 95 
156 14 

49 80 
166 00 
664 00 

94 80 
100 00 

13 28 
199 10 
199 20 
664 00 
253 48 
328 34 
332 00 
116 20 
436 76 
307 10 

90 47 

66 40 

83 00 
350 42 
169 36 

26 00 
217 46 



4G 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ReTenae Beeelpte la I»«i«ll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



F. J. Charbonnean Company, 

F. L. Miller & Co. Corporation, 

F. M. Harris Company, . 

F. O Dewey Company, . 

F. 8. Perkins Company, 

F. T. Lord Polish Company, 

F. W. Darling Company, 

F. W. Wentworth Company, 

F. X. Brunei le Manufacturing Company, 

Fairbanks & Boynton Company, . 

Fairhaven Iron Foundry Company, 

Fall River Daily Globe Publishing Company, 

Fall River Daily Herald Publishing Company, 

Fall River Granite Company, 

Fall River Quarry and Construction Company, 

Fall River Rubber Company, 

Fall River Steam and Gas Pipe Company Corpo- 



ration, .... 
Fall River Wholesale Grocery Company, 
Falulah Paper Company, .... 
Falvey Brothers Company, .... 
Family Grocery Company, .... 
Faneuil Watch Tool Company, 

Farr Alpaca Com pan v, 

Farrington Printing Company, 

Farwell Bleachery, 

Faulkner Manufacturing Company, . • . 

Federal Trust Company, .... 

Felton-Tumer Heating Company (on account) , 

Felz-Goodman Company, .... 

Ferd C. Baker Painting Company, 

Ferd. F. French & Co., Limited, . 

Ferdinand Furniture Company, . 

Ferris & Littleiield Company, 

Ferro^Nutrine Chemical Company, 

Fidelity Mercantile Agency of Springfield, . 

Fifield Shoe Machinery Company, 

Fisher-Churchill Company, .... 

Fisher Manufacturing Company, . 

Fisk Manufacturing Company, 

Fitchburg Dry Goods Company, . 

Fitch burg Hardware Company, 

Fitchburg Trust Company, .... 

Fitzpatrick Shoe Company, .... 

Flexible Metal Manufacturing Company, . 

Flinter Atwood Company, .... 

Florence Furniture Company, 

Florence Manufacturing Company, 

Flynt Building and Construction Company, . 

Follett Wool Company, 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Company, 

Forbush Penmanship System, 

Forbush Shoe Company, 

Foster & Wiley Company, 

Foster, Hall & Adams Company, 

Foster Manufacturing Company, 

Framingham Box Company, 

Framingham Coal Company, 

Frances Manufacturing Company, 

Frank E. Fitts Manufacturing and Supply Com 

pany 

Frank E. Fleet Company, .... 
Frank L. Allen Lumber Company, 
Frank O. Sanborn & Co., Incorporated, 




«79 68 

780 20 

79 68 

332 00 

82 lU 
3 98 

170 V)8 
336 15 
77 52 
17 69 
49 80 
58 10 
42 33 
3 ,H2 
44 16 

83 00 



99 60 


86 :^ 


676 19 


664 00 


49 80 


473 08 


14,227 32 


46 48 


249 00 


621 24 


3,090 06 


100 00 


13 94 


89 64 


258 <M> 


366 20 


68 89 


19 92 


18 26 


240 70 


108 73 


725 8.3 


149 40 


132 80 


3,226 :« 


61 96 


229 08 


68 10 


169 :^ 


134 46 


1,079 00 


172 64 


1,28:{ 49 


860 71 


10 00 


381 80 


642 82 


4 m 


21 91 


33 20 


226 76 


28 22 


199 20 


31 8:i 


434 92 


42 33 



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Statement II. 



Beeelpte la Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Frank Octo Company, . 

Frank X. Oberlee Company, . 

Franklin County Lumber Company, 

Franklin P. Shumway Company, . 

Franklin Paper Company, 

Franklin Rubber Company, . 

Franklin School of Engineering, ; 

Fraprie-Douglass Company, . 

Fraser Dry (roods Company, . 

Fraser, Durgin Company, 

Fred Theise Manufacturing Company, 

Freeland Loomis Company, . 

Freeman, Wight Company, . 

French Carriage Company, . 

Frost & Adams Company, 

Fuller-Greene Company, 

Fuller, Whitney Survey Corporation, 

G. & C. Merriam Company, . 

G. A. Gane Shirt Company, . 

G. £. Brown Building Company, . 

G. H. Cutting Granite Company, . 

G. H. Hammond Company, . 

G. M. Parks Company, . 

G. S. Sc A. J. Howe Company, 

G. W. & F. Smith Iron Company, 

G. W. Richardson Company, . 

Gale Shoe Manufacturing Company, 

Gallagher & Munro Company, 

Gardner Finnish Cooperative Company, 

(rarfield & Holt Manufacturing Company, 

Garfield & Proctor Coal Company, 

Gay & Ward, Incorporated, . 

Gazette Publishing Company, 

George A. Taylor Company, . 

(xeorge B. Dowley Company, 

George Brown Company, 

George C. Blliott Company, . 

George C. Whitney Company, 

George Close Company, .... 

George D. Emerson Company, 

George E. Keith Company, . 

George E Meacom Company, 

George F. Hewett Company, . 

George F. Willet & Co., Incorporated, . 

George Frost Company, .... 

George H. Ellis Company, 

George H. Gilbert Manufacturing Company, 

George J. Barker Lumber Company, 

George J. Mnthews Company, 

George J. Tarr Company, 

George James Company, 

(reorge Mabbett & Sons Company, 

George McQuesten Company, 

George W. Alden Company, . 

George W. Gale Lumber Company, 

George W. Olney Woolen Company, 

George W. Wheelwright Paper Company, 

George Whitney Woolen Company, 

George William Bentley Company, 

Georgetown Boqt and Shoe Company, . 

German- American Printing Co-operative Associa 

tion, 

German and Bohemian Co-operative Association 
Gibbs Loom Harness and Reed Company, 



$83 00 

44 47 

184 26 

80 00 
268 46 
813 40 

7 0.3 

38 18 

265 60 

16A 00 

174 23 

3,242 59 

415 00 
450 16 
830 00 

37 66 

132 80 

1,492 60 

81 04 
61 05 

9;i6 20 

60 45 

104 58 

.358 66 

1,179 14 

66 40 

165 58 
93 87 
26 66 

257 30 

664 59 

334 07 

53 12 

41 50 

83 00 

22 40 

29 39 

869 84 

119 52 

290 50 

5,720 an 

24 90 

1,220 10 

3,446 87 

1,477 40 

249 00 

962 80 

416 00 
36 52 
9H 28 

1,079 00 

78 02 

1,407 68 

166 00 
1,918 96 

330 34 

1,998 64 

381 80 

53 12 

132 80 

10 45 

26 66 

123 67 



48 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement II. 



Wtemmlptm la l>etell. 



Detail 2. 



CoRPOKATiON Tax — Continued. 



Gifford & Morton Corporation, 

Gilchrist Company, 

Gilman Hat Company, . 

Gilman Snow Guard Company, 

Gilmore & Co., Incorporated, 

Gilmore Hotel Company, 

GlendeviB Mannfacturing Company, 

Glen Mills Cereal Company, . 

Glenwood Furnishing Company, . 

Globe Corset Company, . 

Globe Credit Company, . 

Globe Newspaper Company, . 

Globe Optical Company, 

Globe Pharmacal Company, . 

Gloucester Fresh Fish Company, . 

Gloucester Isinglass and Glue Company, 

Gloucester Lighterage Company, . 

Gloucester Net and Twine Company, 

Goepper Brothers Company, . 

Goetz Silk Manufacturing Company, 

Golden Rule Company, . 

Goldthwait Funiiture Company, . 

Goipdale Comb Company, 

Goodell Manufacturing Company, 

Goodell-Pratt Company, 

Goodman-Howe Company, . 

Goodnow Company, 

Gordon & Sparrow Company, 

Gould & Cutler Corporation, 

Gould Manufacturing Company, . 

Gowdy & Remington Shoe Company, 

Graham Shoe Company, 

Grange Co-operative Association of Gardner 

Graton & Knight Manufacturing Company, 

Greater Boston Cigar Company, . 

Green & Green Company, 

Green & Hickev Leather Company, 

Greenfield Machine Company, 

Greenfield Recorder Company, 

Greenmount Shoe Company, . 

Greenwich Bleachery, .... 

Greylock Co-operative Creamery Association, 

Griffith-Stillings Press, .... 

Griswoldville Manufacturing Company, 

Groton Leather Board Company, . 

Grout Brothers Automobile Company, . 

Gurney Brothers Company, . 

Gumey Heater Manufacturing Company, 

Guy Furniture Company, 

Guyer Hat Company, .... 

H. A. Hanscom Company, . 

H. B. Smith Company, .... 

H. B. Stebbins Lumber Company, 

H. B. Tucker Company, 

H. C. Edmands Coffee Company, . 

H. C. Puffer Company, .... 

H. C. Wright Company, 

H. D. Forts Sc Co., incorporated, . 

H. B. Gaylord Coal and Wood Company, 

H. E. Webster Company, 

H. F. Ross Conopany, .... 

H. F. Sparrow Conopany, 

H. H. Mawhinney Company, 

H. H. Mayhew Company, 



824 90 




3,320 00 




194 65 




3 33 




28 26 




83 00 




498 




98 17 




332 00 




2,206 22 




83 00 




2,893 38 




1,246 00 




10 15 




68 98 




92 96 




16 60 




713 80 




266 60 




228 25 




58 10 




69 76 




36 62 




37 18 




336 98 




42 87 




249 00 




166 00 




732 60 




23 65 




24 90 




182 60 




7 96 




812 63 




99 60 




199 20 




962 75 




182 80 




14 94 




18 69 




249 00 




7 03 




366 66 




641 17 




30 71 




1.142 08 




239 04 




1,246 00 




1,246 00 




176 13 




298 80 




2,104 97 




124 60 




29 88 




126 80 




332 00 




66 07 




.322 04 




88 81 




188 82 




216 80 




960 91 




117 62 




58 10 





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Statement II. 



ll«Tenae R«««lpto in I»«i«ll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



H. J. Keith Company, .... 
H. K. Webster GompaDj, 

H. L. Davis Company 

H. M. Sawyer & Son, Incorporated, 

H. Newman & Son, Incorporated, 

H. O. Nute Company, Incorporated, 

H. P. Cummin gs Company, . 

H. P. Stone Company, .... 

H. B Barker Manufacturing Company, 

H. S. Lawrence Clothing Company, 

H. W. Billings Company, 

H. W. Crooker Shoe Company, 

H. W. Roby Company, .... 

Hadley Mills 

Ham & Carter Company, 

Hamblet & Hayes Company, 

Hamblin & Russell Manufacturing Company 

Hammond Reed Company, . 

Hampden Brass Company, 

Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Company, 

Hampden Paint and Chemical Company, 

Hampden Photo-Engraving Company, . 

Hampden Securities Company, 

Hampshire Paper Company, . 

Handicraft Shop, . 

Hanover Printing Company, . 

Hanson & Parker, Limited, . 

Hardware and Mill Supply Company, . 

Harriman Manufacturing Company, 

Harrington Cutlery Company, 

Harrington Press, 

Harrington & Richardson Arms Company, 

Harrington's Auto Station No. 1, . 

Harrison Brothers Company, 

Hartley Loop Weave Company, 

Hartshorn Company, .... 

Harvest Hat Company, .... 

Harvey & Gage Amusement Company, 

Hathaway & Msickenzie Grain Company, 

Hathaway Manufacturing Company, . 

Hathaway, Soule & Harrington, Incorporated 

Haverhill Gazette Company, The, 

Haverhill Milling Company, 

Haverhill Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

EEawkins Illingworth Company, . 

Haynes-Piper Company, 

EEayward & Litch Bxpress Company, . 

Heald Machine Conopany, 

Heliotype Printing Company, 

Hendee Manufacturing Company, 

Henderson Dairy Company, . 

Henneman Coffee Roaster Company, . 

Henry F. Miller & Sons Piano Company, 

Henry H. Tuttle Company, . 

Henry M. Peyser Company, . 

Henry N. Clark Company, . 

Henry Perkins Company, 

Henry W. Goodman Company, 

Henry W. Wellington Company, . 

Henry Woods Sons Company, 

Heroux, Bennett, Bourget Company, . 

Herrick Company, 

Hetherston Importing Company, . 
Hey wood Boot and Shoe Company, 



«98 as 


627 88 


222 10 


129 48 


27 72 


83 00 


32B 28 


747 00 


657 26 


664 00 


166 00 


4«8 00 


7 96 


171 81 


19 92 


249 00 


821 70 


476 42 


6 47 


413 00 


80 51 


5 31 


99 60 


1,201 01 


29 88 


16 60 


197 67 


249 00 


6Z!i 78 


281 61 


lA 13 


1,093 94 


23 90 


105 41 


10 00 


24 90 


239 62 


6 80 


292 82 


978 15 


886 90 


33 20 


32 5;^ 


873 en 


113 29 


56 85 


134 46 


242 36 


24 90 


74 70 


8 16 


610 29 


461 08 


809 25 


83 00 


647 40 


223 53 


415 83 


149 40 


149 40 


199 20 


952 09 


103 75 


1,616 84 



50 



AUDITOR'S. REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement IL 



Be«*l»te iB l>etell. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Conlinued. 



Hibbard & Mason, Incorporated, . 
Hiegins-Snow Company, 

Hills Company, 

Hilton & Aldrich Company, . 

Hingbam Coal Company, . . . . 

Hinsdale Co-operative Creamery Association 

Hitchcock Supply Company, 

Hitchinffs & Ooalthnrst Company, 

Hobbs Manufactnring Company, . 

Hodgdon Brass Works, .... 

Hodge Boiler Works, .... 

Holbrook Manafacturing Company, 

HoUingsworth & Vose Company, . 

Hollingsworth & Whitney Company, . 

Holly Whip Company, . . . ■ . 

Holmes & Blancbard Company, . 

Holmes Knitting Company, . 

Holtzer-Cabot Electric Company, 

Holyoke Anto Storage and Repair Company 

Holyoke Bar Company, .... 

Holyoke Card and Paper Company, 

Holyoke Coal and Wood Company, 

Holyoke Fire Box Protector Company, 

Holyoke Machine Company, . 

Holyoke Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Holyoke Valve and Hydrant Company, 

Holyoke W:irp Company, 

Home Newspaper Publishing Company, 

Homer Foot & Co., Incorporated, . 

Hood Rubber Company, 

Hook & Hastings Company, . 

Hoosac Company, The, .... 

Hopewell Railroad Supply Company, . 

Hopkins Blakeslee Company, 

Hopkinton Building Association, . 

Horace S. Johnson & Co., Incorporated, 

Horn and Supply Company, . 

Home Coal Company, .... 



Horse Whip Companv, .... 

Houghton Heel and Lieather Company, 

Houghton Manufacturing Companv, 

Howard Brothers Manufacturing Oompany, 

Howard Manufacturing Company, 

Howe & French Corporation, 

Howe Comb Company, .... 

Howes Mill Lumber Company, 

Hub Hosiery Mills, .... 

Hubley Manufacturing and Supply Company, 

Hudson Belting Company, . 

Huguenot Mills Company, . 

Hunt Leather Goods Company, 

Hurley Shoe Company, . 

Hyde Manufacturing Company, 

Hyde Wheeler Company, 

I. B. Little Company, . 

I. Restore Medical Company, 

Ikahno Food Company, The, 

Improved Dwelling Association of Springfield, 

Independent Insurance Agency, Incorporated, 

Indejiendent Whip Company, 

India Food Product Company, 

International Instrument Company, 

International Trust Company, 

Inter-trust Security Company, 



999 60 
415 00 
329 01 
41 0:3 
249 00 

14 82 
720 04 
498 00 

18 26 
73 62 

714 92 

B5 77 

3,158 98 

1,900 00 

5 00 

589 30 

107 90 

1.647 86 

19 09 
99 60 

38 18 
99 48 
99 60 

1,044 14 

1.648 13 
308 76 
181 10 

33 20 

664 00 

8,571 41 

969 44 

39 84 
11 28 

664 00 
29 OH 

15 00 
507 96 

99 60 
406 70 
189 24 

102 92 
657 36 
468 12 
830 00 

103 91 
24 23 

40 10 

8 30 
597 60 
116 03 
749 87 
178 28 

76 .36 

54 68 

J)96 00 

7 47 

9 96 

8 SO 
17 09 

1,096 60 

&3 00 

14 94 

35,940 27 

16 60 



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■«▼•■«• 



la ll«tell. 



Detail 8. 



Corporation Tax — OarUinued, 



iDTeBtment Corporation, 

Inyestor Pablishing Company, « 

Investor's Security Company, Boston, 

Ipswich Mills, .... 

Ireland-Grafton Company, . 

Iron Extractor Company, 

Isaac H. Dinner Company, . 

Isaac Proaty & Co., Incorporated, 

Iyer-Johnson Sportine Ooods Company 

Ivers & Pond Piano Company, 

J. A. Cummings Printing Company, 

J. A. Bioe Company, 

J. B. Pearson Company, 

J. B. Raymond Company, 

J. B. Benton Company, . 

J. C. Aver Company, 

J. C. Gillman Company, 

J. C. Morse & Co., Incorporated, 

J. C. Tannatt Shoe Company, 

J. D. Clark Company, . 

J. D. Jewett Company, . 

J. D. Miller Company, . 

J. B. Came Company, . 

J. E. Doherty Company, 

J. F. Bicknell Lnmber Company, 

J. F. & W. H. Warren Company, 

J. F. Kimball Company, 

J. F. Wright Shoe Company, 

J. G. Bridge Company, . 

J. G. McCarter Company, 

J. G. Phinney Counter Company, 

J. G. Walker & Son Corporation, 

J. H. Bryan Company, . 

J. H. Butler Lumber Company, 

J. H. Conant Company, 

J. H. Cunningham Company, 

J. H. Folkins Company, 

J. H. Gterlach Company, 

J. H. Lockey Piano-case Company 

J. H. Rogers Carriage Company, 

J. H. Stedman & Cooipany, . 

J. H. Williams Wall Paper Company, 

J. H. Winchell & Company, Incorporated 

J. J. Kennedy Liquor Company, . 

J. K Taylor Manufacturing Company, 

J. L. Goaing Company, . 

J. L. Hammett Company, 

J. L. & T. D. Peck Manufacturing Company 

J. Maro Harriman Drug Company, 

J. M. Gibbon's Sons Company, 

J. M. Jones & Co., Incorporated, . 

J. Nardi Company, 

J. N. Pike Company, . 

J. Ouimette, Jr., Company, . 

J. O Wetherbee Company, . 

J. R. Torrey Razor Company, 

.T. S. Nelson & Son Shoe Company, 

J . 8. Turner Company, . 

J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, 

J. T. Glines Company, . 

J. V. Abbot Manufacturing Company, 

J. y. Spare Dry Goods Company, . 

J. W. Bailey & Sons Company, . 

J. W. Coltou Company, 



964 78 

8:3 00 

16 60 

2,265 11 

15 00 

16 60 
39 84 

4,399 00 

1,655 58 

3,2t$6 88 

83 00 

249 00 

aso 00 

10 00 

283 86 

299 29 

66 40 

1,211 06 

8:3 00 

182 60 

498 00 

21 91 

320 38 

4 98 

395 08 

546 14 

50 00 
83 00 

107 38 

195 34 

2,744 81 

51 01 
207 50 
VM 25 
124 50 
327 05 

97 94 
207 91 

43 99 
101 26 
159 m 
116 20 
1,:398 55 
298 
135 73 
332 00 
697 20 

76 .36 

83 no 

75 69 
1,358 M 

81 22 
207 50 
350 92 
342 34 

48 14 
848 26 
166 04 
573 53 
355 43 
i:32 80 
498 00 
398 40 
141 10 



52 



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[Jan. 



Statement 1 1. 



B«Tenae n ee el yto 1m Detell. 



Detail 2. 



CoitPORATioN Tax — Continued, 



J. W. Cook & Son Company, 

J. W. Hoffman Company, 

J. W. Hunnewell & Co., Incorporated, 

J. W. Jordan Company, 

J. W. McLaughlin Company, 

J. W. Sargent & Son Company, 

J. W. Shaw Company, . 

J. W. Swint Baking Company, 

J. W. Terhune Shoe Company, 

Jackson Patent Shell Roll Company, 

Jacob L. Green Drug Company, . 

Jacobs Brothers, Incorporated, 

James Barrett Manufactaring Company, 

James B. Wood & Son Company, . 

James Edgar Company, 

James H. Jacobs Company, . 

James Ramage Paper Compjiny, . 

James Russell Boiler Works Company, 

James T. Magrath Company, 

James W. Brine Company, . 

James W. Gifford Company, . 

Japanese Tissue 'Mil Is, . 

Jenkins Manufacturing Corporation, 

Jenkins-Phipps Company, 

Jenney Manufacturing Company, . 

Jensen Brothers Company, . 

John Boyle Machine Company, 

John Carter & Company, Incorporated, 

John Cavanagh & Son Building Moving Company 

John C. Dow Company, 

John C. Maclnness Company, 

John E. Cousens Coal Company, . 

John F. Brooks Company, 

John F. Johnston Company, . 

John Farquhar's Sons, Incorporated, 

John GilMrt, Jr., Company, . 
John Henry Company, . 

John J. Bowlen Company, . 

John J. Connelly Company, . 

John L. Whiting & Son Company, 

John P. Keefe Leather Company of Salem, 

John Pilling Shoe Company, 

John Richardson Company, . 

John Robbins Manufacturing Company 

John Russell Cutlery Company, . 

John S. Emery & Co., Incorporated, 

John S. Wolfe Company, 

John Slater Company, . 

John Soley & Sons, Incorporated, 

John W. Barlow Company, . 

John W. Sanborn Company, . 

John Y. Wiggin Company, . 

Johnson-Colbum Company, . 

Johnson Educator Food Company, 

Johnson &; Kettell Company, 

Jones, McDuff ee & Stratton Company, 

Jones, Peterson & Newhall Company, 

Jordan, Marsh Company, 

Joseph Andrews Lumber Company, 

Joseph Battles Company, The, 

Joseph Breck & Son Corporation, 

Joseph Burnett Company, 

Joseph P. Boyce Cigar Company, . 

Joseph T. Wood Company, . 



$415 00 
291 .H3 
157 03 

34 03 
154 23 
456 60 
159 36 

29 88 

175 77 

5 67 

24 90 

159 36 

481 40 

112 88 

1,221 76 

11 95 
107 63 
129 69 

19 92 

485 61 

290 60 

263 11 

1,041 83 

50 13 
510 03 
202 85 

56 44 
1,178 66 
249 00 
229 16 
2,490 00 
327 41 
.320 49 
224 10 
255 00 
664 40 

83 00 

33 20 
126 16 

4,100 20 

83 00 

688 90 

332 00 

124 60 

249 00 

41 18 

137 54 

83 00 

34 94 
116 20 

83 00 

11 96 

498 00 

55 26 

1,245 00 

4,665 00 

376 48 

24,878 42 

39 84 

86 32 

1,559 88 

1,029 20 

199 20 

510 28 



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Statement II. 



B«Teave H <e el yU la Detmll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued, 



Joseph W. Woods & Son Corporation, 

Josiah Webb & Co., Limited, 

Joas Brothers Company, 

Journal Newspaper Company, 

Jndd Paper Company, . 

Kabley Foundry Company, 

Kehew-Bradley Company, 

Keith Paper Company, . 

Kelley & Hawes Company, 

Kelly-Evans Company, . 

Kempton Company, 

Kendall Barrows Company, 

Kibbe Brothers Company, 

Kilbnrn, Lincoln & Co., 

Kimball & Cary Company, 

Elitson Machine Company, 

Kleins Pharmacy, . 

Knitted Mattress Company, . 

Knowles-Freeman Fish Company, 

Knox Automobile Company, 

Kress Brothers Carriage Company 

Kuro Medicine Company, 

L. A. Hastings Company, 

L. B. Coe Company, 

L. C. Clark Company, . 

L. C. Moore Company, . 

L. C. Thaver Company, . 

L. D. Jackson Company, 

L. D. Thayer Manufactiiring Company 

L. E. Knott Ap^ratus Company, 

L. H. Goodnow Foundry Company, 

L. Hardy Company, 

L. J. Barwood Company, 

L. L. Brown Paper Company, 

L. P. Soule & Son Company, 

L. B. Sweatland Company, . 

L. S. Stasratt Company, The, 

L. S. Watson Manufacturing Company, 

L. T. Jefts Company, . 

L. W. & H. F. Morse Company, . 

Laboratory Kitchen , Incorporated, 

Laboratory, Kitchen and Food Supply Company 

Lake Williams Ice Company, 

Lamb Knitting Machine Company, 

Lambson Furniture Company, 

Lamkin & Foster, Incorporated, . 

Lang & Jacobs Company, . • 

Langdon Mitre Box Company, 

Langley Burr Company, 

Larrabee Company, 

Larsson Whip Company, 

Lawler Printing Company, The, . 

Lawrence Duck Company, 

Lawrence Lumber Company, 

Lawrence Machine Company, 

Lawrence Manufacturing Company, 

Lawrence Market Company, . 

Lawrence Produce Company, 

Lawrence Rubber Company, . 

Leavitt Machine Company, The, . 

LeBaron Foundry Company, . 

Le Courier de Salem Publishing Company 

Leicester Grocery Company, . 

Leland Manufacturing Company, 



$260 00 

as 00 

68 10 

236 72 

86 32 

82 70 
024 62 

1,743 00 
116 20 
166 00 
166 00 
830 00 

1,103 40 

1,211 80 
62 41 

2,816 98 
416 00 
246 19 

83 00 
1,623 48 

68 10 

16 60 

332 00 

66 40 

33 20 

681 00* 

42 29 

32 63 

249 00 

660 68 

:^ 21 

168 53 

3 98 

2,266 90 

1,366 56 

73 70 
160 40 
174 30 

1,419 30 

199 20 

112 88 

99 60 

84 16 
224 10 
416 00 

1,826 00 

107 90 

66 62 

4,160 00 

249 00 

137 78 

31 64 

1,162 00 

669 86 

46 89 

4,366 26 

74 70 
30 42 
83 00 
61 04 

223 68 
16 60 
39 84 

186 42 



54 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement II. 



Wtrnwrnm^ B««elpte la Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Lenox Chemical Company, 

Lenox Veterinary Medicine Company, ., 
Leominster Coal Company, ...'.. 

Leominster Fuel Company, 

Iioominster Hardware Company, .... 
Leominster Worsted Company, .... 

Leslie Dry Goods Company, 

Lewis J. !Bird Company, 

Library Bureau, 

Llncoln-Dlllaway Company, 

Lincoln, Willey & Co., 

Linooln-Williams Twist Drill Company, 

Litchfield Shuttle Company, 

Lombard Liquidation Company, .... 

London Harness Company, 

Lord & Co., Incorporatea, 

Lord Electric Company, 

Loring B. Hall Company, 

Louis W. Cutting Company, 

Lovett, Hart & Fhipps Company 

Lowell Hosiery Company, 

Liowell Insulated Wire Company, 

Lowell Machine Shop, 

Lowell Rubber Company, 

Lowell Slate Company 

Lowell Textile Company, 

Lowell Trust Company, 

Lowell Waste Company, 

Lowell Weaving Company, 

Lucas Corundum Mining and Manufacturing 

Company, 

Ludlow Cordage Company, 

Lumsden & Van Stone Company, .... 

Luso- American Company, 

Luther Beed Manufacturing Company, 

Lyman A. Bowker Company, .... 

Lynch Brothers Leather Company, 

Lynde Brothers Box Company 

Lynn Base Ball and Amusement Company, . 

Lynn Box Company, 

Lynn Milling Company. 

Lynn Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

Lvons & Alexander Company, .... 

M. & M. Manufacturing Company, 

M. A. Dame & Son Company, ... 

M. A. Packard Company, 

M. B. Spooner Company, 

M. C. Rosenfeld Company, 

M. £. Shattuck Cigar and Tobacco Company, 

M. J. Holden Lumber Company 

M. Marks Company, 

M. M. Rhodes & Sons Company, .... 

M. S. Converse Company, 

M. T. Stevens & Sons Company, .... 

Mackie Brothers Company 

Macullar-Parkcr Company, 

MacuUar, Son & Parker Company, 

Magee Furnace Company, 

Maiden City Lumber Company, .... 

Maiden Coal Company, 

Maiden Drug Company, 

Maiden News Company, 

Maiden Trust Company, 

Manhattan Market Company, .... 



954 78 

8 74 
166 00 
378 81 
199 20 
818 79 

1,095 60 

83 00 

174 30 

249 00 

37 74 

8;) 00 

924 12 

1,199 08 

498 00 

1.33 00 

136 .'{A 

398 98 

166 00 

620 70 

509 76 

50 44 

5,356 82 

83 00 

15 00 
166 00 

1,971 25 
162 71 
566 10 

11 45 
118 93 
400 49 

9 79 
21 82 

2;{6 46 
44 82 

136 31 
41 60 

116 20 
7 96 

1,305 (X) 
106 24 

24 90 
135 97 
978 67 

11 00 
166 00 

49 80 
199 20 

16 60 
.30 71 

629 23 
2,294 12 

117 19 
3,776 fS\ 

128 31 

2,a50 19 

498 00 

253 01 

26 89 

18 26 

159 27 

332 00 



1905.] 



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Statement 1 1. 



B«T«nae lfte«elpto la Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Coniimied, 



Manomet Mills, 

Manson Lumber Company, . 
Maroellns Ropes Company, . . 
Marlborongh Coal Company, 
Marlborough Shoe Company, 
Marsh Wyman l^orporatlon, . 
Marshall & Crosby Company, 
Marshall & Moulton Express Company, 
Marston Coal Company, 
Mason Brush Works, .... 
Mason Machine Works, ... 

Massachusetts Contracting Company, . 
Massachusetts Fan Company, 
Massachusetts Hotel Company, 
Massachusetts Incorporation Company, 
Massachusetts Mills in Georgia, . 
Massachusetts Mohair Plush Company, 
Massachusetts Real Estate Company, . 
Massachusetts Rubber Company, . 
Massachusetts Tool Company, 
Massachusetts Trust Company, 
Massachusetts Wharf Coal Company, . 
Massasoit Manufacturing Company, 
Massasoit Woolen Mills, 
Masten & Wells Fireworks Manufacturing 

pany, 

Mattapan Deposit and Trust Company, 
Mattapoisett Cranberry Company, 
Maugus Printing Company, . 
Mawhinney Last Company, . 
Maynard-Gough Company, . 
Mayo Contracting Company, . 
Mayo Meat Company, . 
McCallum Hosiery Company, 
McCaul Braas Foundry Company, 
McCloud, Crane & Minter Company, . 

Mcintosh Company 

McKenna Thomas Wellington Company, 
McKie Lighter Company, 
Mcliellan & Brigham Company, . 
McKutts Island Hotel and Excursion Compi 

McVey Drug Company 

Meadow Brook Farm Company, . 
Mechanical Improvement Company, 
Medford Woolen Manufacturing Company, 
Medway Woolen Company, . 
Meigs & Co., Incorporatea, . 

Memorial PresH, 

Mercantile Fire and Marine Insurance 



Com 



pany. 



Mercantile Law and Collecting Company, 

Mercantile Trade Exchange, Incorporated, 

Mercantile Trust Company, . 

Mercer Clothing Company, The, . 

Merchants and Manufacturers Transportation 

Company, 

Merchant Box and Cooperage Company, 
Merchants' Co-operative Express Company of 

Lawrence, 

Merchants' Legal Stamp Company, 
Merchants' Steam Lighter Company, 
Merchants* Warehouse Company, 
Mercury Publishing Company, 
Merrick Lumber Company, . 



any, 



Com 



92,306 67 

713 80 

173 32 

1&3 36 

ft 00 

8 fti 

124 60 

%\ 62 

441 12 

61 42 

1,225 08 

79 18 

74 70 

247 83 

16 60 

3,818 00 

2,818 18 

119 62 

16 60 

249 00 

16 60 

1,666 08 

681 00 

232 40 

226 64 

l,8;r7 62 

64 28 

20 68 

282 20 

69 76 
83 00 
16 00 

702 18 

6 97 

34 K6 

904 91 

49 80 

232 40 

2,241 00 

3 32 

49 80 

6 97 

60 00 

294 66 

249 00 

70 00 

16 60 

2,629 84 

17 76 
11 62 

10,094 92 
91 30 

6 27 
316 40 

83 00 

100 00 

141 10 

29 88 

48 47 

604 24 



56 



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[Jan 



Statement IL 



I K e e iyU la ]>et«ll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Merrill Dezter & Co., Corporation, 
Merrimao Chemical Company, 
Merrimac Clothings Company, 
Merrimac Hat Company, 
Merrimac Iron Foundry, .... 
Merrimao MattreRS Manufacturing^ Company, 
Merrimac River Towine Company, 
Merry Mount Granite Company, . 
Metallic Drawing Koll Company, 
Metropolitan Coal Company, 
Metropolitan Furniture Company, 
Metropolitan Manufacturing Company, 
Metropolitan Stock Exchange. 
Middlesex Aqueduct Corporation, 
Middlesex Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
Middlesex Traders' Ice Company, 
Mil ford Iron Foundry, .... 
Millers Falls Company, .... 
Millers Falls Paper Company, 
Milton Bradley Company, 
Miscoe Spring Water Company, . 
Mitchell Sawver Company, . 
Model, The. Incorporated, . 
Modem Merchandise Company, . 
Monarch Clothing Company, 
Monarch Oil Company, .... 
Montague Citv Rod Company, 

Monument Mills, 

Moore & Wyman Elevator and Machine Works, 

Moore Brothers Company, 

Moore Drop Forging Company, 

Moore, Smith Company, 

More wood Lake Ice Company, 

Morgan Construction Company, . 

Morrill Leather Company, 

Morrill & Whiton Construction Company, 

Morris-Ireland Safe Company, 

Morse Brothers Paper Box Company, . 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company, 

Morton E. Converse Company, 

Mount Desert Granite Company, . 

Mount Holyoke Lithia Spring Water Company, 

Mount Hope Iron Company, . 

Mount Tom Sulphite Pulp Company, . 

Mrs. A. M. Town send, Incorporated, . 

Mrs. Lincoln's Baking Powder Company, 

Munroe Felt and Paper Company, 

Murdock & Geh Company, . 

Murphy Boot and Shoe Company, 

Murray & Tregurtha Company, . 

Murray Brothers Company, . 

Murray Company, 

Murray Shoe Company, .... 

Musgrove Knitting Company, 

Mutual Coal Company of Fitchburg, . 

Myrick Cranberry Bog Company, . 

Mystic Lamber Company, 

N. D. Dodge & Bliss Company, 

N. H. Skinner Company, 

N. W. Rice Company, .... 

Nantucket Union Store, 

Napier Motor Company, 

Narragansett Mining and Milling Company, 

Nashawannuck Manufacturing Company, 



S650 .36 
4,466 08 

710 00 

1,923 11 

93 49 

^m 44) 

786 09 
20 25 

668 9:^ 

6,843 61 

341 m 

408 36 

1,826 00 

61 42 

257 30 

20 91 

175 29 

l,2:n 65 

403 79 

1,211 80 

3:^ 20 

232 89 

166 00 

;J32 (K) 

99 60 

7 78 

397 80 

6,762 96 

5 81 
36 85 

224 10 

1,079 00 

49 80 

1,088 96 

1,826 00 

12 00 

239 04 

.39 52 

6,302 45 

937 48 

6 00 
9 79 

246 72 
1,049 12 
166 00 
124 50 
473 10 
9 29 
107 90 
290 50 

787 67 
313 74 
282 20 
236 13 

87 18 

10 .37 

83 00 

195 88 

1,328 00 

180 62 

8.3 66 

15 00 

83 00 

3,316 85 



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Statement IL 



B««el#te In l^etAll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Nashua Card, Gummed and Coated Paper Com- 
pany, 

Nashua River Paper Company, 

Nathan Robbins Company, . 

Natiok Protective Union, 

National Beef Company, 

National Blank Book Company, 

National Club Womens Corporation, 

National Coated Paper Corporation, 

National Fibre-Tube Works, 

National Fire Appliance Company, 

National Manufacturing Company, 

National Needle Company, . 

National Publishing and Trading Company, 

National Boiler Chafe Iron Company, . 

National Supply Company, . 

Nevins Company, 

New Bedford Dry Ooods Company, 

New Bedford Fish Company, Incorporated, 

New Bedford Ice Conipany, . 

New Bedford Rubber Company, . 

New Bedford Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

New Can Company, .... 

New England Abrasive Company, 

New England Bedding Company, . 

New England Bolt and Nut Company, . 

New England Collateral Loan Company, 

New England Counter Company, . 

New England Felt Roofing works, 

New England Mackintosh Company, . 

New England Manufacturing Company, 

New England Motor Company, 

New England Iteed Company, 

New England Registry Bureau, . 

New England Roofing and Concrete Company, 

New England Rubber Company, . 

New England Rubber Shoe Company, . 

New England Structural Company, 

New England Tank and Tower Company, 

New England Trust Company, 

New Home Sewing Machine Company, 

New Mattakefisett Creeks, Proprietors of the, 

New Process Twist Drill Company, 

New Salem Co-operative Creamery Company, 

New York & Boston Despatch Express Company 

Newark Lunch Company, 

Newbury Stable Company, . 

Newburyport Herald Company (on account) 

Newburyport Silver Company, 

Newell & Knowlton, Incorporated, 

Newell & Snowling Construction Company, 

Newport Transfer Express Company, . 

News Publishing Company of Framingham, 

News Publishing Company of Marlborough, 

Newton Centre Trust Company, . 

Newton Graphic Publishing Company, 

Newton Paper Company, 

Newtonville Trust Company, 

Nickerson Company. 

Nightingale & Chi Ids Company, . 

Nine Mile Pond Fishing Company, 

Nonantum Coal Company, 

Nonotuck Silk Company, 

Noroross Brothers Company, . 



81,244 08 

2,245 66 

348 20 

129 48 

D 96 

1,028 03 

19 25 

21 00 

15 86 
100 91 
570 84 
730 40 

28 22 
46 48 

165 28 
3,320 00 

726 25 

16 93 
16 77 
83 00 

312 16 
116 20 

68 97 
175 67 
722 10 
3 32 
160 86 
945 25 

26 66 

29 88 
107 90 
136 95 
104 11 

19 92 

16 60 

415 00 

1,006 96 

79 54 

46,965 95 

9,592 65 

63 74 

92 96 

6 64 

1,992 00 
83 00 
79 72 
10 00 
83 00 
78 85 

166 00 
149 40 
166 00 

13 94 

617 77 

16 26 

110 22 

1,2:^6 70 

58 10 

498 00 

8 .30 

249 00 

12,981 39 

1,026 39 



58 



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[Jan, 



Statement II. 



H <e e l#to In l^etall. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Detail 2. 



NorcroBS Brown stone Company, 

Norfolk Lumber Company, . 

Norman & Bennett, Incorporated, 

North Adams Co-operative Association, 

North Adams Manufacturing Company, 

North American Insurance Company, . 

North Brookfleld Industrial Company, . 

North Carolina Mica Company, 

North Dighton Co-operative Stove Company, 

North Orange Co-operative Creamery Association 

North Pond Ice Company, 

North Shore Shoe Company, . 

North Truro Cold Storage Company, 

Northampton Cutlery Company, . 

Northampton Emery Wheel Company. 

North field Co-operative Creamery Association, 

Norton Emery Wheel Company, . 

Norton Grinding Company, . 

Norton Mills Company, . 

Norwood Co-operative Association, 

Norwood Engineering Company, . 

Noyes & Dewar Company, 

O. C. White Company, . 

O. H. Stevens Manufacturing Company 

Oak Grove Creamery Company, 

Oak Hall Clothing Company, 

Cakes & Dow Company, Incorporated, 

Oakland Mills, .... 

O'Sullivan Brothers Company, 

Odorless Excavating Company, 

Old Berkshire Mills Company, 

Old Colony Compressed Yeast Company, 

Old Colony Foundry Company, 

Old Colony Piano Company, . 

Old Colony Rubber Company, 

Old Colony Trust Company, . 

Oliver & Rowland Company, 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Olmsted Quaboag Corset Company, 

Orange Hardwjire Company, . 

Osterville Ice Company, 

Otis Company, .... 

Outfitters Credit Company, . 

Owen Bcarse & Son Company, 

Oxford Box and Printing Company, 

Oxford Print, 

P. & J. Besse Company, 

P. Corcoran & Sons, Incorporated, 

P. F. Bonney's Sons, 

P. H. Csir))pnter Company, The, . 

P. H. Comer Company, . 

P. J. Boland Company, . 

P. P. Caproni & Brothers, Incorporated, 

P. P. Emorv Manufacturing Company, 

Pacific Mills 

Packard & Bailey Company, . 
Page-Storms Drop Forge Company, 
Page Chocolate Company, 
Page Electric Company, 
Paine Furniture Company, . 
Pairpoint Corporation, .... 
Parker Brothers Manufacturing Company, 
Parker Wire Goods Company, 
Parkhill Manufacturing Company, 



9606 89 

49 80 

747 00 

167 16 

2,944 84 

192 89 
46 31 

249 00 

73 04 
7 70 

JK2 13 

249 00 

fil 65 

723 76 

1.065 94 

7 71 

4,438 67 

199 20 

71 V» 

19 fl2 

381 80 

152 25 

109 04 

74 66 
101 26 

1,225 08 

16 9:i 

597 60 

332 00 

15 33 
542 98 

14 00 

18 26 

456 (18 

16 60 
93,877 15 

:«5 20 

2,936 88 

448 20 

193 39 
14 27 

682 61 
99 (»0 

m) 00 
24 JH) 
79 68 
99 60 
49 80 

8:i0 00 
83 (K) 
33 20 

124 81 
39 84 

166 18 
27,:^7 00 

2&5 60 

83 0<i 

62 12 

8:1 W 

2,954 80 

<W 63 

180 01 
96 28 

781 86 



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Statement II. 

— • 



BcTCMae B««elpte Im D«tell< 



Detail S. 



CoRPOKATiON Tax — Continued, 



Parmenter & Polsey Fertiliscer Company, 

Parsons Manafactoring Company, 

Parsons Paper Company, 

Passmore Gem Company, 

Paton Mannfacturlng Company, , 

Patrick Gil Ion Company, incorporated, 

Paul N. Aaymond Company, 

Panl Stuckler Company, 

Peabody Granite Company, . 

Pean Medical Company, 

Pearl & Banting Company, . 

Pearson Drug Company, 

Peirce & Winn Company, 

Peirson Hardware Comnany, . 

People's Coal, Ice and Lumber Company, 

People's Co-operative Store, . 

People's Fnrniture Company, 

People's House Famishing Company, 

People's Ice Company of Worcester, 

Pepperell Building Company, 

Peppeiell Card and Paper Company, 

Pepperell Spring Water Company, 

Perfection Button Company, . 

Perkins Wood Working Company, 

Pero Foun d ry C om pan y , 

Perry Mason Company, . 

Persons Manufacturing Company, 

Phenix Plate Company, 

Phoenix Pharmacy, 

Pierce & Barnes Company, . 

Pierce Hardware Company, . 

Pigeon Cove Co-operative Association, 

Pigeon Hill Granite Company, 

Pinkham & Willis Company, 

Pitts-Kimhall Company, 

Pittsfield Co-operative Store, 

Pittsfield Journal Company, . 

Plunger Elevator Company, . 

Plymouth Cordage Company, 

Plymouth Grocery Company, 

Plymouth Mills, 

Plymouth Kublier Company, , 

Ponemah Shuttle Company, . 

Poole Silver Company, . 

Porto Rico Commercial Company, 

Post Office Pharmacy, Incorporated, 

Post Publishing Company, . 

Potomska Mills Corporation, 

Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, 

Potter's Stables. Incorporated, 

Pratt Construction and Engineering Company, 

Pratt Shoe Company, 

Prentice Brothers Company, . 

Presbrey Stove Lining Company, . 

Press Clipping Bureau, . 

Preston B. Keith Shoe Company, . 

Price Drug Company, . 

Procter Brothers Company, . 

Prospect Farm, Incorporated, 

Protective Union Company, . 

Public Coal Company, . 

Puritan Carbonating Company, 

Puritan Cloak and Clothing Company, 

Puritan Manufacturing Company, 



$579 65 

86 a2 

2,660 20 

71 38 

666 23 

iWfA 19 

19 26 
166 00 

17 92 
16 60 

i;n 47 
1^) 20 
603 86 
498 00 
162 68 
m 76 
73 04 
:U2 00 

48 97 I 
8 :w I 

7:w 70 I 

13 28 t 

7 50 

43 16 

46 48 

2,762 00 

83 00 

220 78 

49 80 
:« 20 

416 00 

20 46 
898 15 
8:^0 00 

1,660 00 

32 68 
67 27 

871 60 
22,622 88 

18 92 
3:J6 16 
107 SK) 

66 40 
443 22 
149 40 
49 80 
3i^2 00 
937 48 
1,387 76 

33 20 
4 64 

448 20 

1,004 30 

406 70 

6 !« 

1,029 20 

416 00 

132 80 

28 41 

358 66 

46 66 

344 86 

410 11 

258 86 



60 



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[Jan. 



Statshemt ir. 



R«eel»U la l^etAll. 



DsTAn. 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Putnam & Son Company, 

Qnincy Beef Company, 

Quinoy Consolidated Grocery and Provision Com- 
pany, ......... 

Qainsigamond Park Company, .... 

B. A. Day Company, 

B. A. Grover & Company, Incorporated, 

R. A. Mc Whirr Company, 

B. Butler Company, 

B. Farland & Sons Company, .... 

R. F. Hawkins Iron Works 

B. Guastavino Company, 

R. H. Long Shoe Manufacturing Company, . 

B. H. Smith Manufacturing Company, . 

R. J. Healey Shoe Company, . . ; 

R. J. Todd Company, ; 

B. P. Tillman Company, I 

B. S. Beed Company, I 

B. T. Sullivan Company, i 

B. W. Bice Coal Company, | 

Balph A. Day Company, 

Bandall-Faichney Company, 

Bandolph Clothing Company, .... 

Banlett Grocery Company, 

Bansbothan & Tower Coal Company, . 
Bansford Insecticide Company, . . 

Bawson & Morrison Manufacturing Company, 
Beading Co-operative Association, 
Beading Bubber Manufacturing Company, . 
Beal Estate Exchange and Auction Board, . 
Beed & Barton Corporation, ..... 

Beliable Flour Company, 

Beliance Manufacturing Company, . . 

Be-new Lamp Company, 

Bevere Hardware Company, 

Bevere Rubber Company, 

Beversible Collar Company, 

Beview Publishing Companv, .... 

Bhodes & Ripley Clothing Company, . 

Bice & Lock wood Lumber Company, . 

Bice, Barton & Fales Machine and Iron Company, 

Richard Briggs Company, 

Bichard Smart Carpet Cleaning Company, . 
Bichards & Co., Incorporated, .... 
Bichardson Manufacturing Company, . 
Bichardson Piano Case Company, 

Bidgway Company, 

Bipley-Howland Manufacturing Company, . 
Biverbank Improvement Company, 

Biverdale Mills, 

Biverdale Woolen Company, .... 

Biverside Co-operative Association of Maynard, . 

Bobert Bleakie Company, 

Bobert Harrison Company, 

Boberts Iron Works Company, .... 

Bobinson Export Company, 

Bobinson Luce Company, 

Bock port Ice and Cold Storage Company, 

Bodney Hunt Machine Company 

Bogers, Lunt & Bowlen Company, 

Boland T. Oakes Company, 

Bose Brook Bog Company, 

Rose Cures Company, 

Rosengard Furniture Company, .... 



S996 00 
52 33 

181 76 
1,660 00 

99 60 
391 64 
878 14 
112 88 

27 90 

23 43 
107 90 
564 40 
221 94 
3:^2 00 
332 00 

83 00 
498 00 

;^ a5 

81 42 
83 00 

233 69 
97 40 

159 80 

65 27 
8 96 

3,082 27 

51 04 

1,26;^ 37 

83 00 

10,228 92 

377 91 

249 00 

365 59 

83 00 

14,000 55 

4,896 58 

19 82 

1,926 08 

207 84 

1,814 38 

1,986 98 

3 98 

1,245 00 

1,972 32 

697 20 

66 40 
1,660 00 
6,071 45 

6:{9 10 
291 49 
44 28 
801 78 
157 70 
332 00 

39 84 
49 80 
38 20 

1,601 90 

81 70 

166 00 

40 08 
6 39 

90 80 



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Statement II. 



Itoi 



R«eelpUi la l^etmll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax— Continued. 



Bowe & Emerson Company, . 

Rowes Wharf. Proprietors of, 

Rowes Wharf Provision Company, 

Koxburv Carpet Company, . 

Royal Candy Company, . 

Royal Steam Heater Company, 

Royal Worcester Corset Company, 

Royoe Laundry Company, 

Russia Cement Company, 

S. A. Freeman Company, 

S. A. Woods Machine Cfompany, . 

S. Armstrong Company, 

S. B. Dibble Lnmber Company, The, 

S. Blaisdel, Jr., Company, . 

S. D. Grossman Company, 

S. D. Viets Company, . 

S. Gray Company, .... 

S. H. Howe Shoe Company, . 

S. M. Howes Company, . .... 

S. N. & C. Russell Manufacturing Company 

S. S. Kilburn Company, 

S. Slater & Sons, Incorporated, 

S. S. Pierce Company, .... 

S. W. Card Manufacturing Company, . 

Saco & Pettee Machine Shops, 

Salem Commercial School, Incorporated, 

Salem Heating and Metal Company, . 

Salem Lead Company, .... 

Salem Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

Sample Book and Supply Company, 

Samuel Pierce Organ Pipe Company, . 

Samuel Ward Company 

Samuel Wlnslow Skate Manufacturing Company 
Sanders & Barrows Clothing Company, 
Sanford- Putnam Company, . 
Sanitary Fixtures Company, . 

Sargent Company, 

Sawyer Belting Company, 

Sawyer Tool Manufacturing Company, 

Sazonyille Mills, 

Sayles & Jenks Manufacturing Company, 
Scandia Co-operative Grocerv Company, 
Scandinavian Co-operative Grocery Union, 
Scott Grain Company, The,' . 
Scutt Souvenir Company, 
Second Regiment Band, 
Security Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
SeouritySafe Deposit Company, . 
Selvey-Wyckoff Company, , 
Sentinel Printing Company, . 
Seth W. Fuller Company, . 
Sewing Machine Supplies Company, 
Sexton Drug Store, 
Seymour-Clark-Hills Company, . 
Shadv Hill Nursery Company, 
Shapleigh Coffee Company, . 
Shaw Stocking Company, 
Shawmut Granite Company, . 
Shawmut Rubber Company, . 
Shepard, Farmer Shingle Company, 
Shepard, Norwell Company, . 
Sherer Dry Goods Company, . 
Sherman Envelope Company, 
Sherry Shoe Company, . 



$249 00 

186 92 

66 40 

11,R28 28 

85 60 

99 60 

2,849 68 

40 9:) 
1,266 15 

96 45 

2,021 88 

66 40 

36 62 

199 20 

166 00 

561 08 

72 79 

5,205 01 

614 60 

1,766 24 

16 60 

30.073 75 

6,071 30 

349 61 

4,299 23 

83 00 

996 

664 

2,268 82 

7 96 

217 46 

1,008 45 

849 92 

664 00 

249 00 

&S 00 

99 60 

298 80 

79 68 

8,341 16 

1,164 49 

39 84 

46 91 

116 20 

00 

19 92 

3,984 00 

528 17 

642 82 

87 89 

286 98 

1,079 00 

41 50 
161 02 
416 00 
631 56 
662 67 

7 63 

16 60 

166 00 

12,450 00 

1,328 00 

185 92 

16 60 



62 



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[Jan. 



Statbhknt II. 



KeTenne Beeelpte In Detail. 



Corporation Tax — CatUinued. 



DsTAn. 2. 



Shields Foundry Company, . 

Shirreffs Worsted Company, . 

Shortstory Publishing Company, . 

Shreve, Crump & Low Company, . 

Silas Pieroe & Co., 

Silver Iiake Company, . 

Simons, Hatch & Whitten Company, 

Simons Shoe Company, . 

Simplex Electric Heating Company, 

Simplex Electrical Company, 

Simplex Piano Player Company, . 

Simplex Time Recorder Company, 

Simpson Brothers Corporation, 

Simpson Spring Company, . 

Skillings, Whitney & Barnes Lumber Company 

Small, Maynard & Co , Incorporated, . 

Smallev, white & Hobbs, Incorporated 

Smith & Anthony Company, 

Smith & Dove Manufacturing Company, 

Smith & Lovett Company, . 

Smith & Smullen Company, . 

Smith-Green Company, . 

Smith-Warren Company, 

Smith Iron Foundry, Incorporated 

Smith Paper Company, . 

Smithmaae Suspender Company, 

Snow & Davis Company, 

Somerville Grain Company, . 

Somerville Journal Company, 

Sorosis Shoe Company of Boston, 

South Acton Coal and Lumber Company, 

South Boston Storage Warehouse Company, 

South Boston Wood and Coal Company, 

Southbridge Printing Company, . 

South gate Woolen Company, 

South worth Company, .... 

Sovereign Co-operative Association of Webster 

Spalding Dry Goods Company, 

Spatula Publishing Company, 

Spaulding & Swett Corporation, . 

Spaulding Print Paper Company, . 

Spiers Fish Company, . 

Sprague & Breed Coal Company, . 

Sprague, Nugent Company, . 

Springfield Brick Company, . 

Springfield Coliseum Company, 

Springfield Construction Company, 

Springfield Co-operative Company. 

Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company 

Springfield Glazed Paper Company, 

Springfield Iron Works, 

Springfield Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

Springfield Waste Company, . 

Springfield Webbing Company, 

Standard Bottling Extract Company, 

Standard Cloth Meter Company, . 

Standard Company, 

Standard Credit Company, . 

Standard Extract Company, . 

Standard Game and Toy Company, 

Standard Horse Shoe Company, . 

Standard Labeling Machine Company, 

Standard Light Company, 

Standard Mirror Company, . 



S25 61 

807 55 

55 77 

8,632 00 

1,774 67 

987 70 

4,779 14 

87 51 

648 86 
l,a32 82 
1,188 12 

204 18 

498 00 

136 73 
2,907 12 

132 68 

60 09 

1,611 03 

4,164 11 

175 96 
83 00 

237 16 

19 92 

8 65 
259 15 
464 80 
415 00 

9 62 
53 12 

166 00 
162 14 

83 00 
5 21 

11 62 
122 97 
423 30 

31 54 
498 00 

84 66 
589 30 

81 34 

20 00 
551 51 
232 40 
349 43 

16 60 

29 88 

19 67 

36,979 98 

192 66 

74 70 

11,620 00 

961 60 

49 80 

298 80 

5 47 

15 93 

59 76 

77 67 

29 88 

14 11 

15 00 
59 76 
23 24 



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Statement II. 



pte In l^etail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Standard Pablishinf? Company, 

Standard Soap Works, . 

Standard Storage Company, . 

Standard Whip Company, 

Standish Worsted Company, . 

Stanley Gas Machine Company, 

Stanley Orain Company,1 

Stanley Instrament Company, 

Star Brass Manufactaring Company, 

Star Button Manufacturing Company, . 

Star Catering Company, 

Star Worsted Company, 

State Rubber Company, .... 

State Safe Deposit Company, 

State Street Trust Company, . 

Steiger-Dudffeon Company, . 

Steimer & Moore Manufacturing Company, 

Stenberg & Co., Incorporated, 

Sterling Comb Company, 

Sterling Knit Goods Company, 

Sterling Slipper Company, . 

Sterling Whip Company, 

Stetson Coal Company of Boston) . 

Stetson Shoe Company, .... 

Stevens Linen Works, .... 

Stickney & Poor Spice Company, . 

Stirling Mills 

Stone & Downer Company, . 

Stone Express Company, 

Stone & Foster Lumber Company, 

Stoughton Rubber Company, 

Sturtevant & Haley Beef Supply Company, 

Sturtevant, Merrick Company, 

Suburban Coal Company, 

Suffolk Coal Company, .... 

Suffolk Storage Warelionse Company, . 

Sumner & Goodwin Company, 

Sumner Manufacturing Cfompany, 

Swampscott Gelatine Company, . 

Swift River Company, .... 

Sylvester Company, .... 

T. A. Peterson Company, 

T. Casey Company,* .... 

T. Dexter Johnson Company, 

T. H. Buck Lumber Company, 

T. H. Jones Shoe Company, . 

T. H. Wheeler Company, 

T. Martin & Brother Manufacturing Company, 

T Wharf Fish Market Corporation, 

T. W. O'Connor Company, . 

T. W. Rogers Company, 

Tabers Hotel Help Agency Company, . 

Talbot Companv, 

Talbot Dye wood and Chemical Company, 

Talbot Mills 

Tanner Hamilton Company, . 

Tappan Clothing House, 

Tarbett-Phemister Company, 

Tarr & Wonson, Limited, 

Taunton Construction Company, . 

Taunton Crucible Company, . 

Taunton Dye Works and Bleachery Company, 

Taunton Evening News (on account) , . 

Taunton Locomotive Manufacturing Company, 



$29 88 

166 00 

16 60 

297 38 

2,9rS0 21 

33 20 

111 22 

508 02 

1,405 02 

64 28 

20 25 

1,278 20 

830 00 

5 00 
12,688 62 

913 00 

273 90 

IK^ i)2 

204 18 

83 00 

49 80 

83 00 

406 10 

848 70 

3,767 53 

1,347 04 

2,405 17 

20 75 

199 20 

567 72 

2,446 10 

1,031 88 

1,411 00 

124 83 

343 62 

83 00 

1,577 00 

16 60 

29 19 

6 64 
502 98 

24 90 

33 20 

&3 23 

166 00 

664 00 

212 38 

1.577 83 

398 40 

35 49 

1,245 00 

99 60 

8,.'W0 00 

522 90 

3,019 78 

58 59 
398 40 

20 58 
1,394 40 

19 92 
430 77 
383 65 

55 00 

59 01 



64 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jaiu 



Statement II. 



■ecc l yto la l>et«ll. 



Detail 2. 



CoRPOKATiON Tax — Continued, 



Tannton Motor Carriage Company, 

Tann ton-New Bedford Copper Company, 

Tannton Oil Cloth Company, 

Taunton Shoe Company, 

Taunton Wire Nail Company, 

Taunton Wool Stock Company, 

Taylor Bramley Company, 

Taylor Goodwin Conipany, . 

Tebbetts, Morrill & Johnson Company, 

Telegram Newspaper Company, . 

Textile American Publishing Company, 

Thayer & Co., Incorporated, . 

Thayer Woolen Conipany, 

Theodore Schwamb Company, 

Thomas Dalby Company, 

Thomas Hollis Company, 

Thomas J. Gavin Company, . 

Thomas Long Company, 

Thomas Perkins Company, . 

Thomas Strahan Decorating Company, 

Thomas W. Emerson Company, 

Thompson & Snow Company, 

Thompson Hardware Company, . 

Thompson's Spa, .... 

Thorn Medicine Company, . 

Thorp & Martin Company, . 

Tileston & Hollingsworth Company, 

Tilton Publishing Company, . 

Times Newspaper Company, 

Times Publishing Company, . 

Timothy Smith Company, 

Torkelson Manufacturing Company, 

Torrey, Bright & Capen Company, 

Towle Manufacturing Company, . 

Towne Fuller Company, 

Tracy Brothers Leather Company, 

Train-Smith Company, . 

Treat Hardware and Supply Company, 

Tremont Nail Company, 

Tremont Rubber Company, . 

Tribune-Enterprise, Incorporated, 

Tribune Publishimc Company, 

Troy Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing 

Tijoy White Granite Company, 

Tubular Rivet and Stud Company, 

Tucker-Emerson Company, The, . 

Tullock's Boston Dental Association, 

Turners Falls Company, 

Turners Falls Cotton Mills, . 

Tamers Falls Lumber Company, . 

Tyer RubbHr Company, . 

Underhay Oil Company, 

Union Belt Company, . 

Union Brass Foundry Company, . 

Union Building Association, . 

Union Butter Company, 

Union Button Sewing Machine Company, 

Union Coal Company, . 

Union Coal and Wood Company, . 

Union Company, .... 

Union Cotton Manufacturing Company, 

Union Engraving Company, . 

Union House Furnishing Company, 

Union Ice Company, 



Company 



$51 95 

4,2^ 78 

1,135 44 

116 20 

247 76 

361 05 

91 30 

268 09 

240 36 

113 21 

75 00 
10 00 

616 69 

336 08 

483 89 

332 00 

3:) 21) 

830 00 

19 92 

74 as 

504 73 

747 00 

597 60 

63 77 

39 84 

185 92 

2,777 18 

19 43 

20 25 
39 84 

2,490 00 
294 74 

3,320 00 

1,089 60 
476 28 
415 00 
aiO 00 

1,123 90 
10t( 64 

124 6H 
16 60 
10 0() 

1,896 72 

125 16 
6,34:( :^ 

76 77 
24 90 

:^2 99 
373 50 
111 75 
2,158 00 
199 20 
979 liH 

71 54 
27 88 
12 78 
62 56 

710 00 

149 40 

202 93 

5,260 58 

72 21 
376 82 
261 32 



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B«-¥«M«e Beeelpte la l^eCall. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Inoorpo- 



Union Machine Company, 
Union Manufacturing Company, 
Union Publishing Company, . 
Union Spftf Company, . 
Union Water Meter Company, 
Union Welting Company, 
United Lumber Company, 
United Manufacturing Company, 
United States Spring Bed Company, 
University City Laundering Company, . 
University Press, John Wilson & Son, 

rated, .... 
Uphams Comer Stable Company, . 
Upton Manufacturing Company, . 
Vacuum Cleaner Company, . 
Valley Paper Company, 
Vega Company, .... 
Vermont €; lover Creamery Company, 
Victor Sporting Goods Company, . 
Vinson & Howard Company, . 
W. A. Lytle Company, . 
W. A. Wood Company, . 
W. B. Clarke Company, 
W. B. Hubbard & Sons Company, 
W. C. Langley Furniture Company, 
W. C. Lewis Shoe Company, . 
W. D. Kinsman Company, . 
W. D. Parlin Hardware Company, 
W. D. Wilmarth & Co. Corporation, 
W. B. TlUotson Manufacturing Company, 
W. Fillmore Company, . 
W. H. Blodgett Company, . 
W. H. Magoon Company, 
W. H. Noyes & Brothers Company, 
W. H. Budd & Sons Corporation, . 
W. H. Sawyer'Lumber Company, . 
W. H. Willard Company. 
W. H. Wilmarth & Co. Corporation, 
W. J. Boynton Baking Company, . 
W. J. Woods Company, 
W. J. Young Machinery Company, 
W. M. Weston Company, 
W. N. Gleason Company, 
W. S. Best Printing Company, 
W. S. Kilton Company, 
W. T. Cardy & Sons Company, 
Wachusett Sanitarium Company, . 
Wachusett Shirt Company, . 
Wadsworth, Howland & Co., Incorporated, 
Wagner Spring Bed Manufacturing Company 
Wakefield Clothing Companv, 
Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Company, 
Walker Armington Company, 
Walker Brothers Dyeing and Bleaching Company 
Walker Ice Company, . 
Walker-Rintels Company, 
Walker-Stetson Company, 
Walpole Card Clothing Company, 
Walpole Emery Mills. . 
Walter Baker & Co., Limited, 
Walter C. Mentzer Company, 
Walter M. Lowney Company, 
Walter S. Washburn Company, . 
Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works, 



S200 59 

103 75 

4 98 

80 22 
300 46 

83 00 
415 00 

55 89 
365 20 

55 44 

282 20 

83 00 

6:) 91 

11 62 

118 35 

66 40 

18 92 

1,005 96 

10 00 

498 00 

349 09 

498 00 

1,132 95 

166 00 

249 00 

664 00 

365 20 

282 15 

406 70 

85 85 
683 55 
338 64 
419 98 
166 00 
838 30 
249 00 
763 60 

90 18 

498 00 

107 90 

666 98 

127 80 

43 16 

398 40 

210 12 

14 85 

2,491 82 

1,8:^7 65 

58 10 

149 40 

1,872 48 

391 72 

58 10 

421 83 

83 00 

3,486 00 

86 32 
55 27 

22,605 88 

343 62 

2,307 86 

109 56 

542 82 



66 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement 1 1. 



Be««lpto la l^eteU. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — CorUintied. 



Waltham Coal Company, .... 
Waltham Emery Wheel Company, 
Waltham Mercantile Company, . 
Waltham Trust Company, .... 
Waltham Watch Tool Company of Springfield 

Walton & Logan Company, .... 
Walworth Construction and Snpply Company, 
Walworth Manufaotnring Company, . 
Wamsutta Hotel Company, .... 

Wamsutta Mills, 

Waquoit Herring River Company, 

Ward well Corporation, 

Ware Lumber Company, 

Ware Pratt Company, 

Warner Furniture Company, 

Wanier Manufacturing Company, 

Warren & Hill Coal Company, 

Warren & Monks Company, .... 

Warren Building and Improvement Company, 

Warren F. Witherell Company, . 

Warren Leather Goods Company, . 

Warren Soap Manufacturing Company, 

Warren Specialty Manufacturing Company, 

Warren Steam Pump Company, . 

Washburn & Garfield Manufacturing Company, 

Washington Credit Company of Springfield, 

Washington Mills Emery Manufacturing Com 

pany, 

Wason Manufacturing Company, . 

Waters & Litchfield Company, 

Waters Governor Company, . 

Watson Shoe Company, 

Waverley Heating Supply Company, 

Waverley Specialty Company, 

Webber Lumber Company, . 

Weber Leather Company, 

Webster Loom Harness Company, 

Webster Press, Incorporated, 

Webster Thomas Company, . 

Weeden Manufacturing Corporation, 

Weinz Trimming Company, . 

Weir Stove Company, . 

Welch & Atwooa Company, . 

Wellington-Pierce Company, 

Wellington-Wild Coal Company, . 

Wells Brothers Company, 

West Boylston Manufacturing Company, 

West Newbury Co-operative Creamery Company, 

West Ware Paper Company, . 

Westborough Hat Company, . 

West-field Cigar Company, 

Wharff Advertising Sign Company, 

Wheeler Express uompany, . 

Wheeler Renector Company, 

Whitall Manufacturing Company, 

Whitcomb Manufacturing Company, . 

White & Bagley Company, . 

White & Wycko£F Manufacturing Company 

White Entertainment Bureau, 

White Hill Plantation Company, . 

White-Smith Music Publishing Company, 

White Son Company, .... 

White- Warner Company, 



9265 60 

353 04 

84 24 

2,606 43 

83 20 

864 86 

617 62 

1,040 48 

10 12 

7,737 67 

4 15 

82 36 
268 13 

1,304 16 

83 00 
424 27 
107 18 

415 eo 

32 18 
68100 
676 50 
611 54 

16 60 
747 08 
637 60 
179 87 

323 28 
322 04 
186 76 
139 62 
166 00 
53 28 
22 02 

32 37 
1,096 60 

110 00 

4 98 

766 13 

96 28 

116 20 

1,697 18 

72 32 

240 70 

780 20 

382 48 

679 18 

4 81 

134 46 

137 44 

65 04 
7 96 

66 40 
285 40 

1,178 60 
473 10 
142 76 
387 27 

33 20 
28 62 

923 24 

2,435 78 

726 08 



1905.] 



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67 



Statement IL 



R«««lpto In Detell. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued, 



Whitin Machine Works, 

Whiting Paper Company, 

Whitlow Corporation, . 

Whitman & Keith Company, 

Whitman Mills, . 

Whitney Law Corporation, . 

Whiton & Haynes Company, 

Whittemore- Woodbury Company, 

Whittenton Manufacturing Company, 

Whittier Machine Company, 

Whittier Wooden ware Company, 

Wickersham Quoin Company, 

Wight Brothers, Incorporated, 

Wight-Thayer Company, 

Wiley & Russell Manufacturing Company, 

William A. Clark Coal Coinpany, 

William A. Hardy & Sons Company, . 

William B. Hale Cisar Company, 

William Bourne & Son Piano Company, 

William B. Whiting Coal Com^ny, . 

William C. Atwat^r Company, Incorporated 

William C. Norcross Company, 

William Curtis Sons' Company, 

William Filenes' Sons Company, 

William G. Bell Oonapany, . 

William G. Webber Company, 

William H. Brine Company, 

William H. Burns Company, 

William H. Gallison Company, 

William H. Nichols Company, 

William H. Wilkinson Company, 

William N. Flvnt Granite Company, . 

William Oswald Company, . 

William Reed He Sons Company, . 

William S. Butler & Co., Incorporated, 

William S. Hills Company, . 

William Skinner Manufacturing Company, 

William T. Bice Company, . 

William T. True Company, . 

William Underwood Company, 

Williams & Bridges Company, 

Williams & Everett Company, 

Williams Kneeland Companv, 

Williamsburg Co-operative Creamery Association 

Williamstown Manufacturing Company, 

Wilson Brothers Company, . 

Wilson Building Moving Company, 

Wilson Tisdale Company, 

Winch Brothers Company, . 

Windham Manufacturing Company, 

Windsor Cement Company, . 

Winnisimmet Ice Company, . 

Win slow Brothers & Smith Company, 

Winthrop Cotton Yam Company, . 

Winthrop M. Baker, Incorporated, 

Wire Goods Company, . 

Wollaston Foundry Company, 

Wood, Barker & Co., 

Woodbury Carlton Company, 

Woodbury Company, 

Woodley Soap Manufacturing Company, 

Worcester Coal Company, 

Worcester Collateral Loan Association 

Worcester Collection Company, . 



$7,2<y7 62 

3,761 28 

63 89 

723 47 

369 36 

16 60 

166 00 
124 60 
429 94 
303 78 
3;i2 00 

46 74 
697 60 

167 70 
1,613 98 

262 28 
6;% 34 

122 04 
166 00 
219 76 

69 76 

41 50 

689 30 

2,226 39 

386 12 

1,668 70 

a% 70 

2,188 21 

816 72 

4 98 

123 67 
177 13 
830 00 

6:^ 08 

1,660 00 

796 80 

1,691 04 

29 88 

26 89 
245 81 
268 92 
249 00 
647 40 
8 30 
830 00 

29 88 

99 60 

49 80 
8,763 99 

60 00 
134 46 

83 00 
4,390 70 
664 00 
242 29 
222 44 
210 82 
224 66 
166 00 

83 00 
149 40 
669 38 
\m 00 

19 92 



68 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Rerenne Be«elpto In D«tAll. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Conlinued. 



Worcester Envelope Company, 

Worcester Gazette Company, ... 

Worcester Instantaneous Water Heater Company 

Worcester Lawn Mower Company, 

Worcester Loan Company, .... 

Worcester Loom Company, .... 

Worcester Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 

Worcester Storage Company, 

Worcester Supply Companv, .... 

Worcester Transcendent Light Company, 

Worcester Umbrella Company, 

Worcester Wood and Lumber Company, 

Worcester Woolen Mill Company, 

Workingmen's Building Association, . 

Workingmen's Loan Association, . 

Woronoco Heating and Plumbing Company, 

Worth ington Co-operative Creamery Association 

Woven Cane Fabric Company, 

Wright & Potter Printing Company, . 

Wright Manufacturing Company, . 

Wy Mn Spring Co-operative Creamery Association 

Xylite Lubricating Company, 

York & Whitney Company 



$4:^3 26 

46 48 

7 93 

16 60 

332 00 

66 44 

17,064 46 

46 48 

166 00 

132 80 

139 00 

68 56 

1,049 12 

176 96 

2,076 00 

83 00 

6 64 

8:^ 00 

122 84 

4.^ 41 

3 70 

99 60 

60 00 



Bbcbivbd on Account of 190:) and Prbtioub Ybabs. 



From sundry corporations : — 
A. F. Stowe Manufacturing Company, . 

A. W. Dunton Printing Company, 
American Citizen Companv, . 
American Cultivator Publishing Company, 
Apsley Rubber Company, 
Atlantic Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, 
Austin & Winslow-Gallagher Express Company, 

B. L. Bragg Company, .... 
Boston & Haverhill Despatch Company, 
Boston Cycle and Sundry Company, 
Boston Leather Binding Company, 
Boston Mirror Company, 
Boston Steel and Iron Company, . 
Boston Stitching and Plaiting Company, 
Boston Traveler Company, . 
Brockway-Smith Corporation, 
Builders' Iron and Steel Company, 
Caloric Transfer Company, . 
Chelsea Express Despatch Company, 
Codman & Hall Company, . 
Columbia Electric Company, 
Columbian National Life Insurance Company, 
Concord & Boston Street Railway Company, 
Concord, Maynard & Hudson Street Railway 

Company, 

Craig & Craig Company, 
Cunningham Lumber Company, . 
Dalton Ingersoll Company, . 
Dane & Washburn Company, 
Davis & Buxton Stamping Company, 
Davis Sulphur Ore Company, 
E. H. Saxton Company, 
£. P. Sanderson Company, . 



9201 12 
67 40 
92 18 

126 70 

6,214 60 

83 80 

83 80 

419 00 
83 80 

301 68 
92 18 

167 60 

696 81 
60 28 

299 66 

1,089 40 

83 80 

41 90 

83 80 

670 40 

121 36 
2,891 10 

209 60 

962 02 
100 66 
103 91 

1,860 .36 

110 61 

48 60 

83 80 

as 80 

963 70 



$1,992,826:17 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



69 



Statement n. 



Ipto In D«teai. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



Empire Shoe Company, . 

Falk & Nathan Cigar Company, 

Frank H. Hall Company, 

Frederick J. Qninby Company, 

Garratt-Ford Company, . 

George P. Bingham Company, 

Gilman Snow Guard Company, 

Globe Worsted Mills Company, 

Graham Shoe Company, 

Greenfield Recorder Company, 

Gregory & Brown Company, . 

H. M. Kinports Company, 

Hampshire & Worcester Street Railway Company 

Henry N. Clark Company, 

Holly Whip Company, .... 

Holyoke Thread Company, . 

Idea Press, 

J. D. Jewett Company, .... 

J. F. Kimball Company, 

J. H. Williams Wall Paper Company, . 

J. Maddock Company, .... 

J. P. & W. H. Emond, Incorporated, . 

J. W. Calnan Company, 

John C. De Laney Moulding Company, 

Journal Newspaper Company, 

Lawrence Equitable Co-operative Society, 

Lynde Brothers' Box Company, . 

Lvnn Ice Company, .... 

Massachusetts Brick Company, 

Medfield & Medway Street Railway Company 

Mellish & Byfield Company, 

Metropolitan Bolt Company, 

Middlesex Real Estate Association of Cambridge 

Mill River Electric Light Company, . 

Mutual Mail Order Company, 

National Finance Company, . 

New England Dredging Company, 

New En gla nd Reed Company, 

Norfolk Western Street Railway Company, 

Nute-Hallett Company, 

Oxylectric Cured Fish Company, . 

Pemberton Law Stationery Company, . 

People's Coal, Ice and Lumber Company, 

People's Combination Clothing Company, 

People's Ice Company, . 

Plymouth Stove Foundry Company, 

Press Clipping Bureau, . 

Randall Faichney Company, 

Seal & Smith Company, 

Shady Hill Nursery Company, 

South End Hardware Company, 

Spatula Publishing Company, 

Springfield Construction Company 

Spy Company, The, 

Suffolk Towboat Company, . 

T. F. Little Oil Company, . 

Taunton Evening News, 

Telegram Publishing Company, 

United States Credit Company, 

W. D. Parlin Hardware Company, 

Waltham Watch Tool Company of Sprin 

Mass., The, .... 
Weymouth & Braintree Publishing Company 
Weymouth Seam -face Granite Company, 



gfield 



9402 24 

83 80 

46 92 

787 72 

189 38 

335 20 
29 33 

342 16 

435 76 

42 73 

336 20 
KH 63 

2,217 14 

6S3 64 

17 46 

100 56 

41 90 

502 80 

a38 00 

126 70 

150 84 

251 40 

41 90 

217 88 

486 04 

231 70 

239 66 

836 32 

129 89 

377 10 

486 04 

16 76 

51 95 

140 78 

33 52 

83 80 

500 00 

98 88 

80 90 

15 08 
125 70 

83 80 

335 20 

251 40 

50 76 

40 97 

83 80 

402 24 

85 47 

586 60 

67 04 

92 18 

298 32 

67 04 

241 34 

16 76 
243 02 

3:^ 52 
167 60 
419 00 

33 52 

32 .36 

105 58 



70 



AUDITOR'S report: 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeT«iia« Be«elpto In Detail. 



Detail 2. 



Corporation Tax — Continued. 



William Allen & Sons Gompairj 
William Bourne & Son Piano Ck 


f • • • • 


$362 01 




)mpany, 


167 60 




William 11. Bams Company, 


« • » • 


3,326 86 




Worcester & Uolden Street Railway Company, . 


604 47 




Worcester Automobile Company 


1 • • ■ • 


33 62 




Worcester Textile Company, 


• • • ■ 


461 13 




Worcester Umbrella Company, 


■ • • • 


268 16 












$89,416 90 






In readfustment of distributions of previous years: — 




Abington, 


$4 63 


Merrimac, . 930 76 




Amherst, . 


2 01 


Montague, 




10 82 




And over, . 


568 31 


Nahant, 




72 67 




Attleborough, . 


04 


Natick, ' . 




266 36 




Ayer, 


4 39 


New Bedford, . 




36004 




Berkley, . 


4 03 


North Adams, . 




30 63 




Blandford, 


48 66 


Pepperell, 




42 




Boston, . 


39,374 64 


Plymouth, 




269 16 




Bourne, 


422 16 


Rochester, 




2 06 




Bridgewater, . 
Burlington, 


263 96 


Salem, 




1,786 78 




49 22 


Sandwich, 




206 




Carver, 


114 66 


Scituate, . 




286 42 




Chicopee, . 


163 96 


Sharon, . 




312 81 




Concord, . 


10 61 


Taunton, . 




12 27 




East Longmeadow, . 


3 73 


Walpole, . 




21 30 




Fairhaven, 


168 89 


Wareham, 




169 06 




Holyoke, . 
Hyde Park, 


771 76 


Watertown, 




1,366 66 




604 66 


Webster, . 




200 36 




Lakeville, 


2 16 


West Boylston, 




26 48 




Lawrence, 


363 00 


Weymouth, 




237 35 




Leicester, . 


146 81 


Wlnthrop, 




61 62 




Lowell, . 


46 32 


Worcester, 




12 79 




^hf o.r'KI o Vt oa rl 


630 03 


- 




49,084 96 












$88,600 86 



Bbcapitulatiom . 



Ueceipta for 1904. 
Public-service corporations : — 
Light, heat and power companies: — 
Electric light, . 
Gas, . 

Gas and electric. 
Water, . 
Water power, . 



$193,091 92 

69,379 75 

23,438 19 

9,477 23 

132 80 



Transportation companies : 
Railroad, . . . . 
Street railway, 
Steamboat, 



$1,486,686 86 

906,248 23 

68,916 01 



$285,619 89 



Telephone and telegraph companies, . 
Business and manufacturing corporations. 

Total, 

Amount carried foncard. 



2,461,880 09 
380,641 70 i 



$3,127,941 68 
1,992,826 17 

$5,120,767 85 

$6,120,767 85 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



71 



Statement IL Rerena^ iie«*ipto in o«toii. Detail 3. 


Corporation Tax — Concluded. 


Amount brought forward. 


• ■ 


• • • 


$6,120,767 a-S 


Received on Account of 1903 and Previous Years, 






Sundry corporations, .... 


• t 


«S39,416 90 




Cities and towns in readjustment, 


• ■ 

• • 

• t 


49,084 96 




Total 


• • • 

• • • 


88,600 86 


Total corporation tax. 


$6,209,268 71 


Payments, 








[See DetAU No. 71.] 








Distributed to cities and towns, . 




* • • 

• • • 


4,026,600 66 


Balance available for general purpo 


$1,182,668 16 


DBTAIL No. 3. 


National Bank Tax. 


[Reyised Laws, chap. 14.] 


Received from the following-named cities and towns: — • 


Abington, .... 9^^ 10 


Gloucester, . $4,901 62 


Adams, 






2,882 92 


Grafton, 






681 48 


Amesbury, 






1,076 47 


Great Barring^oi 


1, . 




1,208 19 


Amherst, . 






1,420 06 


Greenfield, 






4,721 18 


Andover, . 






948 48 


Harwich, . 






3,001 12 


Arlington, . 






263 80 


Haverhill, . 






7,992 64 


Athol, 






2,817 88 


Hingham, . 






738 60 


Attleborough, 






762 30 


Holyoke, . 






. 16,.«8 28 


Ayer, . 






623 03 


Hopkinton, 






377 87 


Barnstable, 






612 62 


Hudson, 






708 27 


Barre, 






4a3 41 


Ipswich, 






408 11 


Beverly, 






1,969 97 


Lawrence, . 






8,668 62 


Boston, 






489,446 39 


uoe, . 






2,227 80 


Brockton, . 






3,621 91 


Lenox, 






400 92 


Brooltline, . 






366 66 


Leominster, 






1,468 32 


Cambridge, 






6,660 66 


Lowell, 






11,318 80 


Canton, 






923 47 


Lynn, 
>iftlden. 






10,141 73 


Chelsea, 






3,607 68 






620 10 


Chicopee, . 






2,793 66 


Mansfield, . 






649 26 


Clinton, 






1,916 68 


Marblehoad, 






. 1,824 13 


Concord, . 






1,001 08 


Marlborough, 






1,710 96 


Conway, . 






1.2:^9 84 


Med ford, . 






. 1,073 91 


Dan vers, . 






860 18 


Melrose, 






752 23 


Dedham, . 






3,467 63 


Merrimac, . 






1,379 69 


Easthampton, 






926 87 


Methuen, . 






916 60 


Easton, 






464 03 


Middleborough, 






138 66 


Edgartown, 
Fairhaven, 






408 64 


Milford, . 






6,604 79 






821 01 


Millbury, . 






1,313 26 


Fall River, 






. 22,649 26 


Milton, 






1,821 61 


Falmouth, . 






268 79 


MonHon, 






1,694 29 


Fitchburg, 






8,346 92 


Montague, . 






1,56;^ 79 


Framingham, 






. 3,163 70 


Nantucket, 






626 31 


Franltlin, . 






1,670 80 


1 Nrttick, 






633 99 


Gardner, . 






2,598 61 


New Bedford, 






. 40,781 82 


Georgetown, . . . 483 17 


Newburyport, . . 3,760 90 



72 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Rerenne Be«*lpto In Detell. 



Detail 3. 



National Bank Tax — Concluded, 



NewtoD, 

North Adams, 

North Attleborough, 

Northampton, 

Northhorough, 

Northbridge, 

Orange, 

Oxford, 

Palmer, 

Peabody, . 

Pepperell, . 

Pittsfield, . 

Plymouth, . 

Provincetown, 

Quincy, 

Beading, . 

Rockland, . 

Bockport, . 

Salem, 

Shelbume, 

Somerville, 

Southbridge, 

Spenoer, 

Springfield, 



$1,687 40 

7,895 87 

436 75 

10,613 52 

339 01 

390 79 

1,650 57 

280 64 

1,437 28 

8,113 22 

77 55 

11,701 39 

3,519 56 

722 65 

3,294 47 

348 48 

405 06 

212 17 

16,659 49 

1,249 15 

1,382 66 

796 38 

587 98 

36,018 33 



Stockbridge, 
Stoneham, . 
Taunton, ■ 

j Townsend, 
Uzbridge, . 

I Wakefield, 

I Waltham, . 

. Ware, 
Wareham, . 
Watertown, 
Webster, . 

! Westboroagh, 
Westfleld, . 
Weymouth, 
Whitman, . 

' Williamstown, 

; Winchendon, 
Winchester, 
Wobum, . 
Worcester, 
Wrentham, 
Yarmouth, 

Total, . 



$2,162 56 


2a3 48 


13,887 41 


227 10 


664 77 


299 79 


697 51 


3,609 03 


602 72 


887 60 


658 15 


172 32 


3,l«4 27 


2,014 69 


251 48 


375 70 


2,778 03 


269 43 


1,615 53 


10,793 41 


283 38 


1,811 87 



$865,082 28 



Received from Cities and Towns on Account of 1903 and Previous Years, 



Andover 


$46 67 


Newburyport, . $233 53 


Ayer, 


6 32 


Petersham, 






52 60 


Boston, 


6,069 84 


Plymouth, . 
Salem, 






15 58 


Boxford, . . . . 


1 63 






258 85 


Bridge water. 


12 83 


Scituate, 






12 92 


Canton, . . . . 


6 01 


Webster, . 






41 


Chicopee, . . . . 


112 26 


Wellfleet, . 






18 63 


Easton, 


6 97 


Wen ham, . 






8 63 


Harwich 


7 92 


Westfield, . 






23 36 


Holyoke, . . . . 
Hyde Park, 


90 71 


Westhampton, 
Weymouth, 






1 84 


128 94 






27 84 


Lawrence, . 


15 05 


Whitman, . 






46 65 


Lowell, 


284 55 


Winthrop, . 






180 51 


Mansfield, . 


8 79 


Worcester, . 






32 42 


Natick 

New Bedford, . 


197, 87 
89 18 




Total, . . . . $7,997 21 



Recapitulation . 



Received on account of 1904, 

Received on account of 1903 and previous years, . 


$865,082 28 
7,997 21 


$873,079 49 
626,932 86 


Distributed to cities and towns (see Detail No. 72) , 


• • • 

• • • 


Balance applicable to general purposes, . 


$346,146 63 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



73 



Statement II. 



BcTemno g geelpto In D«tall. 



Detail 4. 



DBTAIL No. 4. 

Savings Bank Tax. 

[One.half of one per cent, on ayerasre deposits, payable within ten days after the first 
Mondays of Jane and December. — Revised Laws, chap. 14.] 




For December. 



Received from the follow iDg-named banks: 
AbingtOD Savings Bank, 
Amherst Savings Bank, 
Andttver Saving Bank, .... 
Arlington Five Cents Savings Bank, 
AssaMt Institution for Savings, . 
Athol Savings Bank, .... 
Attleborongh Savings Bank, 
Barre Savings Bank, .... 
Bass River Savings Bank, South Yarmouth, 
Bay State Savings Bank, 
Belmont Savings Bank. 
Benjamin Franklin Savings Bank, Franklin, 
Berkshire County Savings Bank, . 
Beverly Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Blackstone Savings Bank, 
Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, . 
Boston Penny Savings Bank, 
Braintree Savings Bank, 
Bridgewater Savings Bank, . 
Brighton Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Bristol County Savings Bank, Taunton, 
Broadway Savings Bank, Lawrence, 
Brockton Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Brookline Savings Bank, 
Cambridge Institution for Savings, 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, 
Canton Institution for Savings, 
Cape Ann Savings Bank, Gloucester, . 
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Harwich, 
Central Savings Bank, Lowell, 
Charlestown Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Chelsea Savings Bank, .... 
Chicopee Falls Savings Bank, 
Chicopee Savings Bank, 
Citizens' Savings Bank, Fall River, 
City Five Cents Savings Bank, Haverhill, 
City Institution for Savings, Lowell, . 
City Savings Bank, Pittsfield, 
Clinton Savings Bank, .... 
Cohasset Savings Bank, 
Commonwealth Savings Bank, 
Conway Savings Bank, .... 
County Savings Bank, Chelsea, 
Crocker Institution (or Savings, Turners Falls, 
Danvers Savings Bank, .... 
Dedham Institution for Savings, . 
Dorchester Savings Bank, 
East Boston Savings Bank, . 
East Bridgewater Savings Bank, . 
East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Easthampton Savings Bank, . 
East Weymouth Savings Bank, 
Eliot Five Cents Savings Bank, . 



S2,573 39 
3,027 30 
4,358 66 
1,968 36 



35 
13 
31 
89 
15 
68 
36 
58 
23 
40 



72 
05 
24 
76 
86 
43 
69 



3,094 
2,023 

640 

403 

807 

427 

i,i;» 

5,486 

2,900 

9 

41,739 26 
3,232 18 

512 

884 
1,514 
9,a51 
2,935 
4,.569 
3,468 
4,465 63 
5,712 30 

962 80 
2,186 02 
1,475 45 
4,229 63 
9,437 32 
6,141 22 

631 

1,462 

4,712 

3,201 

12,981 81 

660 37 
3.695 

768 

307 

231 

^2 
1,430 
2,727 
7,536 

272 
5,023 
1,213 
3,447 

998 
1,239 
6,820 



87 
24 
00 
60 



48 
83 
36 
71 
61 
69 
89 
00 
27 
97 
63 
60 
83 
10 
12 



$2,660 20 
3,193 11 

4.600 02 
2,039 87 

8 10 

3,265 84 

2,152 29 

666 25 

396 79 

923 01 

434 53 

1,144 18 

5,645 78 

2,820 30 

36 70 

43,167 38 

3,427 61 

688 88 

891 77 

1.601 06 
9,699 02 
3,081 99 
4,766 68 
3,983 92 
4,364 74 
6,754 21 

a'57 16 

2,164 84 

1,638 59 

4,685 26 

9,463 94 

5,184 77 

706 26 

1,666 17 

4,642 94 

i3,313 46 

13,221 60 

586 80 

3,727 52 

809 66 

339 10 

246 43 

<¥)2 38 

1,416 00 

2,685 36 

7,719 63 

312 73 

5,163 43 

1,317 42 

3,595 36 

1,010 96 

1,191 09 

7,287 18 



74 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeTeiiD« Be«*ipto In D«tiUl. 



Detail 4. 



Savings Bank Tax — Continued. 



For Jane. 



For December. 



Essex Savlnff8 Bank, Lawrence, . 

Everett Savings Bank, . 

Fairhaven Institution for Savings, 

Fall Biver Five Gents Savings Bank, 

Fall Biver Savings Bank, 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings Bank, South 

Framingham, 

Fitchburg Savings Bank, 
Florence Savings Bank, 
Foxborough Savings Bank, . 
Franklin Savings fiank, Boston, . 
Franklin Savings Institution, Greenfield, 
Gardner Savings Bank, .... 
Georgetown Savings Bank, . 

Grafton Savings Bank 

Granite Savings Bank, .... 

Great Barring^on Savings Bank, . 

Greenfield Savings Bank, 

Hampden Savings Bank, Springfield, . 

Haverhill Savings Bank, 

Haydenville Savings Bank, . 

Hingham Institution for Savings, 

Hollistou Savings Bank, 

Holyoke Savings Bank, .... 

Home Savings Bank, Boston, 

Hoosac Savings Bank, North Adams, . 

Hopkinton Savings Bank, 

Hudson Savings Bank, . 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

Ipswich Savings Bank, . 

liawrence Savings Bank, 

Lee Savings Bank, . 

Leicester Savings Bank, 

Lenox Savings Bank, 

Leominster Savings Bank, 

Lexington Savings Bank, 

Lowell Five Cents Savings Bank, . 

Lowell Institution for Savings, 

Ludlow Savings Bank, .... 

Lynn Five Cents Savings Bank, . 

Lynn Institution for Savings, 

Maiden Savings Bank, .... 

Marblehead Savings Bank, . 

Marlborough Savings Bank, . 

Mechanics' Institution for Savings, Lowell, 

Mechanics' Savings Bank, Holyoke, 

Mechanics' Savings Bank, Beading, 

Med ford Savings Bank, 

Medway Savings Bank, .... 

Melrose Savings Bank, .... 

Merrimac River Savings Bank, Lowell, 

Merrimac Savings Bank, 

Middleborough Savings Bank, 

Middlesex Institution for Savings, Concord, 

Milford Savings Bank, .... 

Millbury Savings Bank, 

Monson Savings Bank, .... 

Nantucket Institution for Savings, 

Nfttick Five Cents Savings Bank, . 

New Bedford Five Cents Savings Bank, 



$11,802 03 

425 94 

513 26 

6,530 48 

10,817 26 

846 69 
6,045 73 

346 04 

294 66 

14,751 93 

8,160 43 

3,864 30 

589 36 

264 10 

286 74 

1,008 06 

.3,686 13 

4,813 12 

11,028 37 

276 64 
3,171 24 

317 89 

7,221 38 

11,079 61 

1,349 68 

608 32 
1,791 66 
1,1*)5 17 

999 20 
3,012 22 
1,438 17 
1,102 05 

261 30 
2,664 47 

679 87 
3,076 76 
7,797 84 

181 87 
8,802 92 
8,944 23 
6,206 32 

847 47 
2,624 13 
3,756 73 
1,091 01 

315 06 
2,936 11 

543 36 
1,114 02 
1,790 64 

762 02 
1,6.59 12 
2,R>8 47 
4,,363 03 
1,716 24 

^m 17 

545 94 

2,029 37 

13,333 43 



$11,847 66 

434 72 

640 61 

6,386 26 

10,337 29 

639 70 
6,071 29 

362 26 

306 68 

14,664 68 

8,606 46 

3,969 48 

677 83 

267 21 

296 84 

1,057 93 

3,646 82 

4,947 78 

11,033 16 

271 66 
3,360 19 

377 22 

7,424 34 

11,761 81 

1,62146 

626 46 
1,806 67 
1,223 78 

984 92 
2,949 61 
1,444 08 
1,061 89 

301 62 
2,730 91 

616 22 
3,289 98 
8,091 98 

206 71 
9,001 62 
9.230 96 
6,524 13 

786 01 
2,580 84 
3,939 12 
1,172 11 

324 30 
3,070 65 

565 80 
1,060 86 
1,964 80 

763 96 
1,649 88 
2,619 99 
4.380 26 
1,713 77 
1,079 94 

489 47 

2,220 84 

13,608 78 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



75 



Statement II. 


■ RoTemne Re<r«lpto In Detail. 


Detail 4. 


Savings Bani^ Tax — Continued. 




For June. 


For December. 



New Bedford Institution for Savings, . 

Newbiu7iK>rt Five Gents Savings Bank, 

Newbaryport Institution for Savings, . 

Newton Centre Savihgs Bank, 

Newton Savin^^ Bank, .... 

Nonotack Savings Bank, 

North Adams Savings Bank, 

Northampton Institution for Savings, . 

North Avenue Savings Bank, Cambridge, 

North Brookfield Savings Bank, 

North Easton Savings Biink, 

North End Savings Bank, 

North Middlesex Savings Bank, 

Orange Savings Bank, . 

Palmer Savings Bank, . 

Pentuoket Savings Bank, 

People's Savings Bank, Brockton, 

People's Savings Bank, Holyoke, . 

People's Savings Bank, Worcestec, 

Plymouth Five Cents Savings Bank, . 

Plymouth Savings Bank, 

Provident Institution for Savings, Boston, 

Provident Institution for Savings, Salisbury 

Amesbury, Salisbury, . 
Quincy Saving Bank, . 
Randolph Savings Bank, 
Bockland Savings Bank, 
Rozburv- Institution for Savings, 
Salem Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Salem Savings Bank, 
Seamen's Savings Bank, Provincetown, 
Shelbume Falls Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Somerville Savings Bank, 
South Adams Savings Bank, 
South Boston Savings Bank, . 
Southbridge Saving Bank, . 
South Scituate Savings Bank, 
South Weymouth Savings Bank, . 
Spencer Savings Bank, . 
Springfield Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Springfield Institution for Savings, 
Stoneham Five Cents Savings Bank, 
Suffolk Savings Bank, Boston, 
Sumner Savings Bank, . 
Taunton Savings Bank, 
Templeton Savings Bank, 
Union Institution for Savings, Boston, 
Union Savings Bank, Fall Biver, . 
Uxbridge Savings Bank, 
Wakefield Savings Bank, 
Wales Savings Bank, 
Waltham Savings Bank, 
Wareham Savings Bank, 
Ware Savings Bank, 
Warren Five Cents Savings Bank, Peabody, 
Warren Institution for Savings, Boston, 
Warren Savings Bank, .... 
Washington Savings Institution, . 
Watertown Savings Bank, 
Webster Five Cents Savings Bank, 



and 



$27,982 49 

2,526 44 

11,191 6S* 

773 06 
6,890 16 

597 40 
4,360 56 
6,540 86 
1,691 16 

S04 60 
2,207 62 
4,402 76 
1,108 44 
1,210 27 
2,338 40 
1,394 03 
1,860 43 
1,507 08 
13,328 41 
2,203 76 
4,080 67 
50,465 87 

4,642 92 

3,945 06 

2,817 30 

1,199 91 

11,903 08 

10,156 86 

14,560 &3 

406 96 
2,062 82 
1,690 40 
1,304 27 
6,611 20 
3,069 62 

443 93 
1,135 73 
1,314 44 
8,125 44 
26,446 70 
1,183 20 
41,726 64 

.S22 32 
4,540 66 

518 76 
8,391 43 
2,009 52. 

545 02 
1,468 08 
14 33 
4,774 85 
1,504 69 
5,676 56 
4,497 06 
13,059 49 

465 90 
1,218 87 
1,680 02 
2,044 82 



$28,343 22 

2,646 87 

11,249 66 

839 63 
6.765 10 

699 86 
4,690 
6,911 
1,771 

823 
2,306 
5,008 
1,130 
1,284 
2,402 08 
1,420 01 
2,028 05 
1,626 
14,194 
2,129 
4,069 



66 
37 
89 
31 
95 
86 
76 
69 



90 
54 
23 
62 



19 
48 
59 
28 
48 



50,848 89 

4,685 97 

3,679 56 

2,934 79 

1,248 60 

12,687 51 

10,281 37 

14,678 ^3 

379 61 

2.215 17 
1,784 00 

1.216 73 
5,947 91 
3,071 

474 

1,240 

1,330 

8,651 

26,472 08 

1,191 18 

42,566 62 

347 82 

4,762 07 

546 35 

8,474 50 

2,019 75 

577 85 

1,510 83 

17 93 

4,767 86 

1,614 47 

6,1>34 87 

4,4W 05 

13,0iK) 67 

480 93 

1,3«« 10 

1,611 58 

2,141 26 



7() 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



B«T«iiii« B«e«lpto In 0«tall. 



Details 5, 6. 



Savings Bank Tax — Concluded. 








For Jone. 


For Deoember. 


Wellfleet Savings Bank, 




98S9 97 


$882 65 


Westboroagh Savings Bank, . 






663 05 


671 60 


Westfield Savings Bank, 






1,941 87 


2,211 17 


West Newton Savinss Bank, 
Weymoath Savings Bank, . 






1,025 81 


1,485 16 






1,493 76 


1,542 19 


Whitinsville Savings Bank, . 






1,442 80 


1,484 96 


w hitman Savings Bank, 
Wildey Savings Bank, . 






903 89 


969 18 






6,756 18 


7,808 45 


Williamstown Savings Bank, 






209 90 


211 30 


Winchendon Savings Bank, . 






1,625 86 


1,666 25 


Winchester Savings Bank, . 






1,116 31 


1,228 08 


Wobxim Five Gents Savings Bank, 




2,126 76 


2,210 88 


Worcester County Institution for Savings, . 


28,111 16 


28,415 22 


Worcester Five Cents Savings Bank, 


• • ■ 


13,437 70 


13,897 79 


Worcester Mechanics' Savings Bank, 


■ • ■ 


11,599 31 


12,549 00 


Worcester ><iorth Savings Bank, . 
VVoronoco Savings Bank, 


• • • 


7,124 16 


7,457 30 


■ • • 
• 


2,362 87 


2,480 20 




$818,822 99 


$839,942 09 



Bscapitulation. 



Receipts for June, 1904, . 
Receipts for December, 1904, 



$818,822 99 
839,942 09 



$1,658,765 08 



DETAIL. No. 6. 

Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company Tax. 

[One-half of one per cent on deposits. — Revised [..aws, chap. 14.] 



Tax on moneys held in trust. 



I 



$55,933 47 



DETAIL. No. 6. 

Collateral Legacy Tax. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 15.] 



Received from : — 
John G. Aborn et al.y executors will of Nancy White, 
Bliza J. Achorn, administratrix estate of George H. Gerrish, 
C. F. Adams, 2d, et al., executors will of Henry S. Nourse, 
Charles H. Adams, executor will of Sophia Murdock, 
Edward S. Adams, executor will of Eveline L. Palmer, 
John S. Adams, executor will of William M. Connor, 
F. P. Ainsworth, executor will of Martha Smith, 
Lillian C. Alhee, executrix will of Byron Albee, 
H. W. Allen, executor will of Ann W. Dexter, . 
Julian S. Allen, administrator estate of Olivia Pierson, 



$300 00 
345 00 

50 00 
14;? 75 

86 d4 
463 75 

31 83 

75 00 
570 31 

66 25 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



77 



Statement II. 



BcTeniie Receipt* In Detoll. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued, 



WilliaDDa B. Allen, executrix will of Sarah R. Brooks, 
John L. Ambrose, executor will of Emma B. Dyer, . 
Francis I. Amory et «/., tmstees under will of Jeanne P. Amory 
Charles D. Annable et al,, executors will of Abby M. Taylor, 
Sarah C. Anthony, executrix will of Edmund Anthony, Jr., 
James H. Atherton, administrator estate of Fred A. Atherton, 
Frank W. Atkins et al., executors will of George Little, 
Charles N. Atwood, executor will of Deborah Carrer, 
Lewis J. Austin, administrator estate of Samuel Hawkes, . 
Wilson A. Ayerill, executor will of Relief D. Britton, 
Ella J. Bacon et al.^ trustees under will of Chester W. Kingsley 

E. Foster Bailey et al.^ executors will of Lydia H. Wood, . 
Harrison Bailey, executor will of Harriet M. Glackmeyer, 
Harrison Bailey, executor will of Jane L. S. Richardson, . 
Charles F. Baker, executor will of Edward G. Pool, . 
James W. Baldwin, executor will of Martha B. Lawrence, 
Daniel Ballard, administrator estate of Albert J. Chamberlain, 
James M. Barker, administrator estate of Darid Campbell, 
Jonathan Barnes, executor will of Ann P. Gil berL . 

Fred £. Barrows, executor will of William A. Mfcows, . 
J. C. Bartholomew, executor will of Austin G. Wheelock, 
Edward J. Bartlett, executor will of Elizabeth B. Bartlett, 
George W. Bartlett, executor will of Lucy H. Munroe, 
Myron S. Barton, administrator estate of Betsey W. Bridgman 
Harry C. Bascom, executor will of Theoda Hey wood, 
John B. Batchelder, administrator estate of Lydia Colby, . 
Frederick W. Bateman, executor will of Arabella Willard, 
Urban S. Bates, executor will of Louisa Tower, . 
Charles R. Batt et al., administrators estate of Joseph Zane, 
Thomas P. Beal et a/., executors will of James H. Beal, . 
Jesse D. Beane, administrator estate of Augustus Flint, . 
Morris B. Beardsley, executor will of Mary W. Beardsley, 
Addie M. Beede et at., executrioes will of Olive Wiggin, . 
John A. Bennett et al.^ executors will of Eliza A. Gai^eld, 

F. J. Benthall, executor will of Martha L. Holt, 

J. H. Benton et al.^ executors will of John C. Paige, . 
Frank A. Besse, executor will of James Burgess, 
Harriet E. Bird, executrix will of Elizabeth H. Bird, 
Byron R. Bixby, administrator estate of Mary G. Clark, . 
Andreas Blume, executor will of Elizabeth B. Bailey, 
Andreas Blume et al.^ executors will of Rhoda Rogers, 
William T. Blunt, executor will of Sophia A. Titcomb, . 
Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company, executors will of 

James A. Wooison, 

Walter P. Bowers, executor will of Sarah B. Greeley, 
Alden L. Boynton, executor will of Maria A. Rice, . 
Charles A. Boynton, executor will of Sarah A. Sherburne, 
George C. Brackett, executor will of Reuben Daniell, 
Russell Bradford, trustee will of Sarah J. Bradford, . 
Emma Branch, executor will of Jane Sweet, 
Frank Brewster, adminstrator estate of Arthur Croft, 
Edwin C. Briggs, executor will of Frances A. Bowker, 
Edwin C. Briggs, executor .will of Sarah T. Carter, . 

G. Loring Briggs, executor will of Lucy R. Woods, . 
Albert G. Brock, executor will of Josiah Folger, 
Nathaniel R. Bronson, executor will of W. Sumner Babcock, 
Fred Brooks et al., executors will of Francis A. Brooks, 
William G. Brooks et al.^ executors will of Francis Harrington 
Harriett W. Brown, executrix will of Julia A. T. Spaulding, 
Harry A. Brown, executor will of John Davis, . 

Samuel Brown, executor will of Adrian Mertens, 
Edwin M. Buckley et al.^ executors will of Amos M. Kidder, 
Lucy K. Bulkley et al.^ executrioes will of Amos M. Kidder, 
Faith A. Bullard, executrix will of Hannah P. Jones, 



$94 47 

306 85 

413 16 

340 00 

75 00 

117 60 

400 00 

9 18 

1,068 39 

25 00 

74 40 

60 00 

395 06 

115 90 

400 00 

125 00 

326 50 

12 50 

165 60 

500 00 

105 00 

1,104 09 

598 24 

30 08 
249 10 

55 10 

599 53 

31 39 
6,009 22 
1,091 60 

585 00 

4,317 60 

33 86 

825 00 

255 71 

54 27 

1,095 68 

90 84 

4 76 

703 56 

2,661 78 

100 14 



1,662 40 

550 00 

353 90 

349 32 

860 11 

56 70 

50 00 

2,100 00 

322 :« 

:i58 i«2 

160 00 

1,169 74 

25 00 

1,700 00 

1,025 00 

314 42 

334 87 

94 93 

100 00 

2,293 95 

5 78 



78 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeT«iiiie Il«««lpto In Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



A. G. Bullock, executor will of Emily B. Ripley. 

P. F. Burke, executor will of Johanna O'Connor, 

Edward G. Burra^e, executor will of Bmeline Burrage, 

Daniel Burt, administrator estate of Elizabeth Burt, . 

Byron £. Cady, executor will of William Cady, . 

P. Cairns, legatee under will of Lydia £. Farwell, 

Ralph G. Calef, executor will of Fanny T. Calef, 

Patrick F. Carmody, executor will of Cornelius O'Leary, . 

Francis J. Carney, executor will of Mary A. Farrell, 

Francis J. Carney, executor will of John McKone, . 

Ellen F. Carpenter, executrix will of Hannah D. Carpenter, 

Nelson B. Carter, executor will of Joseph A. Carter, . 

George W. Cate, administrator estate of Sophronia Moody, 

Hannah M. Candee, executrix will of Gideon H. Candee, . 

Central Trust and Safe Deposit Company et aL, executors will of 

Benjamin W. Davis, 

Frank U. Chadbourne, executor will of Draxey Clark, 
George H. Chad well, administrator estate of Elizabeth C 

Murphy, 

John W. Chad wick, executo^ill of Sarah A. Chad wick, 
Maria Chamberlin, executrix will of Susan W. Chamberlin, 
E. R. Champlin. executor will of Ella M. Amerman, . 
£. H. Chandler, administrator estate of Edith A. Delano, . 
Elbridge H. Chandler, executor will of Otis White, . 
Edwin Chapman , executor will of Greenfield H. Welch. . 
Nancy J. Chapman et al., executrices will of John C. Chapman 
Charlotte E. Chase, administratrix estate of Charles T. Chase, 
George L. Chase, administrator estate of John F. Bunker, . 
Percy Chase et al., executors will of Philip A. Chase, 
Isaac Chenery, administrator estate of Lucinda R. Wright, 
Ervan E. Chesley, executor will of Betsey Ligeett, . 
Almira E. Chilson, executrix will of Salvina E. Chilson, . 
Wallace A. Chisholm, executor will of John M. Anderson, 
Jacob T. Choate, administrator estate of Thomas S. Poor, 
John H. C. Church et al., executors will of George Church, 
J. P. S. Churchill, executor will of Josephine T. Spooner, 
Anson M. Clapp, administrator estate of Nelson Clapp, 
Ernest A. Clapp et al.^ executors will of Martha Clapp, 
L. W. Clapp, executor will of Harriet F. Clapp, 
Albert B. Clark, executor will of Margaret E. Crittenden, 
Charles H. Clark, executor will of Martha P. Clark, . . . 
Frank E. Clark, executor will of Catherine C. Coleman, ' . 
Fletcher Clark, executor will of Eliza L. Atkins, 
Fletcher Clark, executor will of Margaret Wallace, . 
George L. Clark, executor will of Mary L. Clark, 
Horace N. Clark, executor will of Horace C. Gowdy, . 
Joseph H. Clark, trustee under will of Daniel F. Caverly, 
Willard P. Clark, administrator estate of Charlotte E. Battelle 
Sara A. Clifford et a2., executrices will of Mary Webster, . 
John F. Clothey, executor will of Elizabeth W . Manning, 
Edward G. Clough, executor will of Elizabeth L. Rand, . 
Charles H. Cobum, administrator estate of Sarah R. Spalding, 
John F. Cochran, administrator estate of Martin T. Glynn. 
John M. Oochran et al.^ executors will of Elizabeth Comstock, 
Mary £. F. Codman, one of the heirs of George Belknap, . 
Thomas G. Coffin, administrator estate of D. Anna Mayhew, 
Aaron Cogswell et al,^ administrators estate of Jonathan Cogs- 

Wr OaI ya • « ■ • • • t • • • 

John H. Colby et al., executors will of William B. Loring, 
John H. Colby et al.^ executors will of John Porteous, 
Eugene H. Conant, executor will of Mary L. Hayward, 
Stella M. Congdon. executrix will of Caroline C. Thayer, . 
Harry E. Converse et al., executors will of Elisha S. Converse, 
Harry £. Converse et al,, executors will of Mary D. Converse, 



S869 60 
286 06 


60 00 


12 30 


50 00 


66 18 


200 00 


19 62 


41 79 


76 00 


150 00 


60 00 


158 81 


250 00 


30 00 


67 00 


1.894 62 
50 00 


732 60 


1,1513 00 
29 33 


240 00 


86 10 


420 00 


410 64 


2.-^ 18 


a*?7 33 


360 65 


176 09 


211 06 


2,640 68 

1,026 00 

1,900 00 

30 00 


47 64 


181 87 


26 60 


309 71 


362 91 


216 97 


7 39 


34 63 


60 00 


168 43 


300 30 


1.340 19 
86 72 


137 90 


99 00 


1,788 81 
72 42 


100 00 


1,360 00 
337 53 



3,145 96 

50 00 

675 00 

102 30 

165 00 

1,932 22 
750 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



79 



Statement II. 



BeTeime l loe etpto In Detatll. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — CorUinued. 



Fletcher Clark, executor will of Eliza L. Atkins, 
Charles Copeland, executor will of Mary B. Mills, . 
Augusta £. Corhin, executrix will of Chester C. Corbin, . 
Harriet 8. Cousens, executrix will of Beulah F. Cousens, . 
Harriet S. Cousens, executrix will of Horace Cousens, 
Patrick Coyne, executor will of Mary Coyne, 
W. C. Crane, administrator estate of Eliza J. Chaihherlain, 
Ossian T. Crawford, executor will of Eliza S. Buebee, 
A. P. Cristy, administrator estate of Mary B. Wakefield, . 
John F. Cronan, administrator estate of Julius Adams, 
George D. Cummings, executor will of Matilda T. Haskins, 
Allen Curtis, executor will of Henry C. Weston, 
Charles E. Curtis et al.^ executors will of Francis Wayland, 
Edwin U. Curtis, trustee under will of H. G. Nutter, 
Louis Curtis, executor will of B. S. Greenough, . 
Orrin T. Curtis, administrator estate of Morrill H. Curtis, 
George M. Cushing, executor will of Maria W. Cushing, . 
George Cutler et aJ.f executors will of Flavel Gaylord, 
William B. Cutter, executor will of Susan A. Kimball, 
Charles K. Dalton, executor will of Mary E. Buney, . 
Bichard H. Dana et a/., executors will of Mary L. Greenleaf , 
Samuel C. Darling, trustee under will of Samuel Boyd, 
Charles H. Davis, executor will of Helen H. Davis, . 
Charles S. Davis, executor will of Sarah J. Brown, . 
Elisha Davis, administrator estate of Joseph H. Baker, 
George A. Davis, administrator estate of Mary J. Hay ward, 
G. Fred Davis, executor will of Bebecca W. I>avis, . 
Lucy W. Davis, trustee under will of Lucv W. Lawrence, 
Samuel G. Davis, executor will of Mary U. Nash, 
Timothy Davis, administrator estate of C. A. Archer, 
Minnie E. Day, executrix will of Martha G. ^l&gg» • 
Stephen H. Deakin et al.^ executors will of Ellen F. Lee, . 
Willard Dean, executor will of William Fuller, . 
Charles H. L. Delano, executor will of Elizabeth B. Thornton, 
James T. Delehanty, executor will of Thomas Delehanty, . 
Andrew B. Denison, executor will of Joseph Gates, . 
Frank W. Derby, executor will of Elbridge Shaw, 
William B. Dewey et al., administrator estate of George H. Bra 
niHiHi ■••#••••••• 

Frank E. Dimick et a/., executors will of Bichardson Moffat, 
Henry W. Dodd, executor will of Bebecca H. Perham, 
Eliza L. Dollard, administratrix estate of Isabella Tracy, . 
Dennis Donovan, executor will of Nellie Donovan, 
Herbert B. Dow et al.^ executors will of Lydia G. Choate, . 
Bichard S. Dow, executor will of Mary J. Bawson, . 
Clifford S. Drake, administrator estate of Sarah M. Sanborn, 
Charles B. Dryden, executor will of Charles H. Bacon, 
Frank E. Dunbar, executor will of Samuel Chapin, . 
Henrietta Durant, administratrix estate of Maria M. Durant, 
William B. Durant,.executor will of Kate W. Clark, . 
William B. Durant et al., executors will of Coolidge S. Boberts 
Asa G. Dutton, administrator estate of George H. Sumner, 
Jedediah Dwelley, executor will of William Denis, . 
Jedediah Dwelley, administrator estate of George W. Griffin, 
Joseph H. Dyer et al,, administrators estate of David A. Small 
Henry H. Earl, executor will of Emma M. Dodge, 
George P. Eastman, administrator estate of Bowena Pettee, 
George P. Eastman, administrator estate of Sarah J. Pettee, 
Benjamin C. Easton, executor will of Edmund B. Fox, 
Horace Eaton, executor will of Helen L. Wlnsor, 
George Eddy, executor will of Frank L. Eddy, . 
William T. Eldridge, executor will of Betsey W. Barnes, 
Mary G. Ely, executrix will of Cecilia Houston, 
Israel O. Endicott, executor will of William Tv Endicott, 



S426 54 

36 85 

1,125 00 

60 00 

500 00 

3a 80 

269 17 

500 60 

721 72 

8,955 22 

24 92 

1,000 00 

87 00 

604 35 

125 00 

63 20 
516 60 
300 00 

56 10 
750 00 

3,433 71 
352 66 
327 50 
125 00 
603 16 
266 28 
21 17 
800 00 
804 70 
839 81 

1,323 96 

127 28 
226 56 
206 03 

33 36 

51 37 
670 36 

64 90 
160 26 
630 30 
171 96 

128 77 
406 70 
532 18 

87 45 

1,136 77 

131 63 

2,344 34 

200 00 

100 00 

97 20 
520 70 
165 00 
587 56 
181 26 

52 67 
248 96 
923 60 
100 00 
904 90 
410 68 

98 56 
100 00 



80 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



B«Tena« B«e«lpto In Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Contintied, 



Amanda A. Entwhistle, executrix will of Thomas C. Entwhistle, 
A. F. Estabrook, execator will of Joseph B. Upham, . 
Frederick M. Esty, executor will of Curtis Howe, 
Harvey B. Evans, executor will of Roger Howard, 
Lewis 6. Farmer, executor will of Lucy J. Parker, . 
Mary J. Farr, administratrix estate of Augustine A. Farr, 
Annie S. Farring^on, administratrix estate of Eben R. Farrington, 
William A. Fennell, administrator estate of Timothy Duggan, 
Everard D. Furguson, executor will of Annie B. Mitchell, 
Charles E. Fisher et aL^ executors will of George R. Bradford, 
Frederic D. Fisk ei al., executors will of Mary 6. Fisk, 
Charles B. Fiske, executor will of Lavinia M. Goddard, . 
Charles B. Fiske, executor will of Susan A. Green, . 
Charles D. Fiske, executor will of Andrew Biiinney, . 
Charles H. Fiske, executor will of Annie G. Eddy, . 
Elliot W. Fiske, executor will of Grace Fiske, . 
Sarah E. R. Fitzwilliam, executrix will of Susan H. Burr, 
Marv J. Flanders, executrix will of J. Frank Fage« • 
William H. Flanders, executor will of Mary N. Eaton, 
Charles Fletcher et al.. executors will of Nathaniel P. Jones, 
George M. Fletcher, administrator estate of Clark A. Fletcher, 
JosiatL M. Fletcher et al., executors will of Laura M. EEarris, 
Almena J. Flint et al., executrices will of David B. Flint, 
Sarah A. Floyd, executrix will of Mary E. Rand, 
Margaret E. Flynn, administratrix estate of Maiy Scott, . 
Horace T. Fogg, administrator estate of Zenas H. Littlefield, 
Charles W. Folsom, executor will of Ann H. McKean, 
H. W. Ford, devisee under will of Charles Shepard, . 
Maria S. Ford, executrix will of Elizabeth E. Simpson, 
Alfred D. Foster et al., executors will of Harriet P. F. JBumside 
Reginald Foster, executor will of John Homans, 2d, . 
William R. Foster, executor will of Eunice J. Harris, 
Seth A. Fowle, executor will of Eliza H. Morton, 
William R. Fowle, executor will of Hannah H. Perham, . 
Fred A. Fox et al., administrators estate of Warren Fox, . 
Henry M. Francis, executor will of Lydia H. Wood, . 
T. G. Frothingham, trustee under will of Marr T. Goddard, 
G. E. Fuller, executor will of Asenath G. Fuller, 
Henry Fuller et al., executors will of Roswell S. Merriman, 
RotNBrt O. Fuller, executor will of Josiah W. Cook, . 
Robert O. Fuller, Jr., et al., executors will of Robert O. Fuller 
George A. Gale, executor will of Mary H. Gale, . 
T. F. Gallagher, executor will of Ann McGowan, 
Albert Garceau, administrator estate of John B. Fitzgerald, 
Amanda Garfield, executrix will of Mary C. Sullings, 
William A. Gaston, executor will of Susan B. Jewell, 
James E. Gavin, trustee under will of Francis J. McQueeney, 
Evelyn F. Gay lord et al., administratrices estate of William H 
Gaylord, .......... 

Flavel O. Gaylord, executor will of Cordelia Hazelton, 
Roswell S. Gavlord, executor will of William A. Miller, . 
Greenleaf C. George, executor will of Caroline Gieorge, 
Ada F. Gifford, executrix will of G«orge H. Wheeler, 
J. H. Gilman, administrator estate of Mary E. Gilman, 
Charles A. Gleason, executor will of Charles S. Marsh, . • 
S. S. Gleason, executor will of John Eaton, 
Horatio N. Glover et al., executors will of Catherine Torrey, 
Frank H. Goldthwait, executor will of Mary R. Goldthwait, 
Ellen M. Goodale, executrix will of Charlotte E. Arnold* • 
Moses C. Goodnow, administrator estate of Charles F. Putnam, 
Alex. McL. Goodspeed, executor will of Emma W. Dyer, . 
George F. Gould, executor will of Mary L. Coolbroth, 
Albert E. Grant, executor will of Louisa S. Smith, . 
Edward E. Graves, executor will of Martha E. Simonds, • 



9150 00 

107 60 

100 00 

1,600 00 

1,091 70 

1,642 90 

2,682 12 

83 75 

256 

260 00 

160 00 

311 40 

.')68 98 

60 00 

627 15 

900 00 

210 20 

669 24 

50 00 

460 00 

900 00 

3 00 

396 62 

2,134 93 

430 31 

3,000 00 

1,309 90 

110 00 

227 60 

677 60 

82 62 

206 18 

302 62 

26 10 

3,324 77 

26 00 

140 00 

60 00 

60 00 

17 44 

300 00 

31 75 

34 29 

188 96 

28 13 

660 00 

171 26 

620 86 
82 60 

400 00 
60 00 

263 44 

6 96 

28 64 

560 43 
1,600 00 

143 22 
63 89 

123 65 

288 62 
19.05 
25 72 

323 82 



1905.] 



PUBLIC D0CUMP:NT — No. (> 



81 



Statement II. 



B«««lpto In Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Esther A. Graves, executrix will of Marr A. £. Spaulding, 
J. Converse Oray et a/., trustees under will of Abbie F. Westcott, 
John C. Graff executor will of Josiah S. Lombard, . 
Louis E. G. Green 'et a/., executor will of George W. Boyd, 
Theodore F. Green, executor will of Candace Allen, . 
Gllman Greenough, executor will of Martha Chase, 
Warren F. Gregory, administrator estate of Edwin Fleming, 
P. H. Grenier, executor will of Joseph O. Gradowry, . 
Louis J. Griffin, administrator estate of Elizabeth Dennett, 
Daniel H. Hale, executor will of Martha H. Plumer, . 
Edwin B Hale, executor will of Lydia E. Towle, 
Fred S. Hall, administrator estate of Alfred Pratt, 
Frederick S. Hall, executor will of Martha A. Taylor, 
Charles Hallett, executor will of Ann Fish, 

D. B. Hallett et a/., executors will of William E. Ford, 
George W. Hamilton, executor will of Clara R. Gillett, 
J. P. Hamilton et al,, executors will of Susan W. Clark, . 
J. P. Hamilton, executor will of Sarah A. Cross, 
Hampden Trust Company, executor will of Samuel D. Currier, 
Mary O. Harlow et al.^ executrices will of Elizabeth Comstock, 
Henry S. Harris, executor will of Eva P. Shelnutt, . 
Richard Harrington, executor will of Charles Harrington, . 
William H. Hartshorn, executor will of Sarah I. Potter, . 
Francis H. Hastings, trustee under will of F. Warren Hastings, 
Benjamin S. Hatch, administrator estate of Charlotte E. Hatch, 
W. W. Hatch, executor will of Hiram P. Pierce, 

E. E. Hathaway, executor will of Abby Coggeshall, . 
Stephen P. Hathaway, executor will of Elizabeth Hathaway, 
Walter F. Hawkins, administrator estate of William H. Cham- 

berlin, 

Albert F. Hayden, executor will of Avon E. Fisher, . 
Josiah W. Hayden, executor will of Esther W. Smith, 
Edward Hayes, executor will 6f Henry Shaw, 
Kate E. Hazen, executrix will of Ellen M. Wellington, 
Nathaniel J. Head et al., executors will of Joseph Nowell, 
Nathaniel J. Head et al.^ executors will of Samuel Nowell, 
Louis Hecht, Jr., executor will of Jacob H. Hecht, . 
Gtoorge C. Higgins, executor will of Elisabeth G. Harron, . 
William E. Hinsdale, executor will of Harriet M. Hinsdale, 

D. Blakely Hoar, executor will of Mildred Everett, . 
Helen F. Hoar, executrix will of Samuel Hoar, . 
Rock wood Hoar, executor will of Ruth A. Hoar, 
Charles W. Hobbs, administrator estate of Sophia J. Lyon, 
George C. Hodges, executor will of Cecilia E. Doudiet, 
Eliza A. Hoffman, executrix will of Harrison M. King, 
Joshua B. Holden, trustee under will of Ellen B. Holden, . 
Frederic B. Holder, administrator estate of Mary E. Howe, 
Greorge M. S. Horton, executor will of Martha McElroy, . 
Charles W. Hosmer, administrator estate of Samantha E. Lind 

sey, 

John A. Houston, executor will of Martha A. Eastman, . 
W. F. Houston et al.<, executors will of Maria Plumer, 
Frederick B. Howard, executor will of Abby Kingman, 
Gorham B. Howard, executor will of Harriet Howard, 
Bessie E. Howe, executrix will of Ezra T. Howes, 

E. H. Howe, executor will of Smith W. Page, . 
Frederick C. Howe, executor will of Emily Cutler, . 
Joseph S. Howe, executor will of Verona E. Willard, 
Thomas H. Hoyt, administrator estate of Betsey Hoyt, 
Thomas H. Hoyt, administrator estate of Sophia A. Merrill, 
James W. Hull, administrator estate of Fanny T. Allen, . 
Richard C. Humphreys, executor will of Amasa S. Richards, 
William T. Humphreys, executor will of Lucy Barnes, 
Francis W. Hunnewell, executor will of Arthur Hunnewell, 



$40 00 
169 72 
1,0*7 02 
250 00 
153 06 
271 66 
595 00 
453 00 
100 00 

60 00 
119 92 
451 97 
491 01 
1,346 03 
997 10 
163 44 
2,199 80 
679 36 
350 00 
756 68 

45 44 

37 70 
132 50 
132 25 
159 33 
108 96 

97 60 
367 22 



1,146 

260 

50 

132 

82 

m 

30 

5,342 

320 

700 

1,788 

200 

800 

20 

272 

450 

256 

639 

68 



33 
29 
00 
62 
05 
07 
80 
50 
05 
00 
55 
00 
00 
00 
53 
00 
74 
90 
95 



651 65 

1,198 11 

4,000 00 

4,377 15 

37 56 

150 00 

72 90 

362 58 

50 75 

495 18 

15 00 

1,500 03 

1,497 25 

212 93 

1,250 00 



82 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



R«Tcaae 



ipta la I»etall. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Frank W. Hant, executor will of Martha J. Merrill, . 
Mary F. Hurd, executrix will of Charles Hurd, . 
Julia S. Hurlburt, executrix will of J. Searle Hurlburt, . 
Charles C. Jackson et al., executors will of Francis Booth, 
Augustus T. Jenkins, executor will of M. Abbie Newell, . 
William T. Jenney, executor will of James W. Tufts, 
A, Mabel Johnson, executrix will of Bebeccft M. Hudson, 
Edward F. Johnson, executor will of Corrina A. Earl, 
Henry A. Johnson, executor will of Edward Turner, 
John W. Johnson, executor will of Sarah E. Bancroft, 
Asa T. Jones, executor will of Ann M. Guilford, 
Edgar Jones, executor will of William Smith, . 
Francis B. Jones, executor will of Ellen M. Jones, . 
George B. Jones, executor will of Asenath B. Cobb, . 
M. J. Jordan et al., executors will of Edward McBride, . 
Edwin H. Jose, executor will of Nathaniel Holmes, . 
John P. Kane, administrator estate of Anastasia Hickey, . 
Patrick M. Keating, executor will of Thomas ScuUy, 
Bernard Keaveney, devisee under will of Francis Keaveney, 
John A. Keefe, administrator estate of Hannah B. Clark, 
John E. Keitli, executor will of Sarah F. Peabody, . 
<yharles S. Kelley et al., executors will of Julia A. Peirce, 
Roger P. Kelley, executor will of Sarah A. Edgecombe, . 
Alonzo D. Kennedy, executor will of James Hall, 
Thomas J. Kenney, executor wifl of William P. Brinley, . 
George A. Kettell, administrator estate of Mary S. Kettell, 
George A. Kettell, executor will of Kate H. Taylor, . 
Henry W. Kilburn et al., executors will of John Kilburn, . 
L. Cushing Kimball et al., executors will of Thomas Cahill, 
Lincoln N. Kinnicutt et aL, executors will of Mary N. Per ley, 
George A. King, executor will of Levi Andrews, 
George A. King, executor will of Bertha S. Caswell, 
George A. King, executor will of Elisha Williams, . 
Henry A. King, executor will of Henrietta Carroll, . 
Henry A. King et al., executors will of Henry D. Carroll, 
David M. Kirby et aL, executors will of Mary Kirby, 
Lawrence H. Kirk, legatee under will of Lawrence Kirk, . 
Lizzie G. Knapp, executrix will of Mary C. Clark, . 
William Krug, executor will of Abbigail B. Brown, . 
Lyman S. Lamb, administrator estate of Louisa Blood, 
John W. Lane, executor will of Cornelia A. A His, . 
Josiah F. Lane et al.^ executors will of Elias W. Lane, 
Thomas M. Larker, executor will of Charlotte M. Bridge, 
George P. Lawrence, administrator estate of Anne Wentworth 
Frederick Lawton, executor will of Sarah S. Lawton, 
James E. Leach, executor will of Annie P. Andrews, 
Charles H. Leonard, administrator estate of Sara A. Carpenter, 
Edwin J. Lewis, Jr., et a/., executors will of Horace H. Liewis, 
Joseph J. Lewis, administrator estate of James Newhall, . 
Solomon Lincoln, executor will of Nancy E. Deland, 
Elizabeth Linscott et a/., executrices will of Joseph H. Chadwiok, 
Lucy O. Lock hart et a/., administratrices estate of W. L. Lock 

hart, 

Elihu G. Loomis et al., executors will of Maria B. Ames, . 

George R. Lord, executor will of Moses Marshall, 

Sarah C. Lord et at., devisees under will of Alfred E. Giles, 

Caleb Lothrop et al., executors will of Louis N. Lincoln, . 

Henry H. Lowell, executor will of Eliza Files, . 

Mary E. Lowell, administratrix estate of Emily C. Hale, . 

Lancelot Loy, administrator estate of Thomas F. McKay, . 

W. W. Lummus, executor will of Eleanor A. Cropley, 

Louis E. Lunt, administrator estate of Frederick L. Torrey, 

James D. Luther et a/., executors will of James L. Sharp, . 

Edwin F. Lyford, executor will of Harriet P. Buswell, 



9250 00 
378 61 
0O6M 

1,476 00 
308 06 

1.660 00 
87148 
168 77 

1,839 77 

176 00 
2,098 22 

170 00 
6,900 00 

841 30 
60 00 

632 09 

186 62 

3.661 60 

160 00 
236 00 

161 90 
1,996 00 

860 00 

66 12 

46 27 

1,148 68 

176 00 

600 00 

100 00 

600 00 

36 66 

100 00 

133 94 

1,775 50 

1,924 70 

195 36 

262 86 

224 16 

60 00 

704 94 

187 60 
982 85 
567 84 

1,178 94 

423 27 

719 60 

30 00 

2,362 17 

76 74 

276 00 

16,049 36 

6,460 08 
25 00 

718 84 
91 67 

648 11 
62 01 
36 11 

193 88 

106 00 
96 69 
82 60 
72 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



83 



Statembnt II. 



Ipla la Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Arthur Lyman, executor will of Elisabeth R. Sprague, 
JuliuB P. Maine, executor will of Lucinda Hemenway, 
Charles F. Mann, executor will of Lucy A. Farmer, . 
Benjamin H. March, executor will of Bradley V. Day, 
<3eorge Marrent, administrator estate of George O. Barrell, 
Abby K. Marshall et al.^ executrices will of Aaron Kinsman, 
William E. Martin, assignee, estate of Elizabeth Olds, 
Mortimer B. Mason et ai., executors will of Elizabeth S. Fiske 
Henxy T. Mathewson, executor will of Sarah C. Allen, 
Charles Mayo, executor will of Dianna T. Clark, 
J. J. McAnamey et al., executors will of Margaret Lyons, • 
Michael J. McCabe et al., executors will of Owen Kiemau, 
Edwin McElwain, executor will of Mary E. Church, . 
Jennie Mcintosh, administratrix estate of H. Augusta Lovett, 
Frank E. McKenzie, trustee under will of Edward Bumliam, 
Clifton L. McKniffht, administrator estate of Emily E. Whitney 
Thomas F. McNamara et al.f executors will of John W 

McNamara, 

Elias A. McQuade, executor will of Margaret Mealey, 
S. B. Meech, executor will of Martha P. Foster, . 
8eth Mendell, trustee under will of Joseph A. Beauvais, . 
Charles Merriam, executor will of Helen Merriam, . 
Nettie B. Miller, executrix will of John H. Preston, . 
-George D. Milne et al., executors will of William Durant, . 
Laurence Minot, executor will of Mary M. Gaillard, . 
Laurence Minot, trustee under will of Julia B. Paine, 
Robert S. Minot, administrator estate of Emma A. Goodnow, 
Robert S. Minot, executor will of Eliza Moffitt, . 
Robert Moffat, executor will of James W. Morse, 
Flora E. Moffatt, executrix will of Isabella A. McCausland, 
Charles H. Montague et al.^ executors will of Mary E. Montague 
Darius A. Morehouse, trustee under will of Ivory Harmon, 
Robert M. Morse et al.t executors will of Ariocb Went worth, 
Marcus Morton, executor will of Thomas J. Alexander, 
Henry C. Mulligan, executor will of Samuel A. Jones, 
William A. Munroe et a/., executors will of Daniel S. Ford, 
John J. Murphy, executor will of S. Maria Bailey, . 
Bridget Murray, administratrix estate of Mary Miurray, 
Andrew M. Myrick, executor will of James Wyer, 
Phillip H. Nefligan et aL, executors will of Mary A. McCaffrey, 
New England Trust Company, trustee under will of Ruth T 

Stephens, 

Charles H. Newhall, executor will of Charles C. Fry, 
Howard M. Newhall, executor will of Martha J. Flanders, 
Howard M. Newhall, administrator estate of Lydia M. Newhall, 
Israel A. Newhall, administrator estate of Caroline M. Perkins, 
Charles G. Nichols, executor will of Charles C. Nichols, . 
A. Wood bum Nichols, administrator estate of Eliza J. Chase, 
Margaret P. Norcross, executrix will of Hannah A. Carleton, 
John K. Norwood, executor will of Ebenezer B. Currier, . 
Arthur A. Noyes, executor will of Anna A. Noyes, . 
William Nutt, executor will of Maria Hayes, 
John O'Leary, administrator estate of Cornelius Gallagher, 
John E. O'Neil, executor will of Francis Keaveney, . 
Frank E. Packard, executor will of Hannah N. Hall, 
William G. Packard, executor will of Benjamin Henry, . 
Frederick A. Page, administrator estate of Ambrose Heald, 
William H. Page, executor will of Matilda T. Elliot, 
Charles F. Paine, executor will of Susan W. Folger, . 
Charles H. Paine, exAutor will of George O. Goodwin, 
Albert W. Parker, executor will of Dolly Mack, 
Mebur B. Parker et al.^ executors will of Mary F. Littlehale, 
M. L. Parker et al., executors will of Mary A. P. Clark, . 
William J. Parker, executor will of John L. Willey, 



9107 60 

696 16 

370 68 

67 26 

180 00 

2,011 16 

70 00 

17,861 18 

1,376 00 

274 86 

127 12 

291 83 

160 00 

60 08 

249 00 
40 00 

425 00 

60 00 
405 00 

98 00 
649 24 

1,133 96 

8,243 60 

3,624 20 

972 70 

86 00 

376 00 

146 00 

419 80 

1,139 77 

213 38 

12,860 00 

2,576 20 

160 00 
9,438 68 
1,600 00 

135 98 
120 81 
400 00 

37 60 

1,288 10 

500 00 

600 00 

456 00 

250 00 
600 33 
438 56 
168 72 
152 00 

50 00 
158 30 
139 36 

161 04 
896 66 
379 86 
240 32 

1.350 00 
259 79 

61 65 
1,076 00 

99 05 
5 00 



84 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ReTenae Reeelpto la DctAll. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Ada E. Panhley, administratrix estate of Hannah S. Stiles, 
Albert 8. Parsons, executor will of George O. Smith, 
Charles H. Parsons, executor will of Caroline M. Church, . 
Florence V. C. Parsons et al., executrice^ will of David W 

Bishop, 

Francis 6. Pate et al.^ executors will of Chauncey G. Fuller, 
Francis G. Pate et al.^ executors will of Nancy G. Fuller, . 
C. C. Patten, executor will of Marv C. Hodges, . 
Josiah Peary, trustee under will of Rufus B. Eddy, . 
William A. ^eirce, executor will of Susan F. Crombie, 

B. B. Perkins, executor will of Emma A. Emmons, . 
Fred A. Perkins, executor will of Elias A. Perkins, . 

Annie C. L. Perley, administratrix estate of Climena Wakefield 
Franklin Perrin, executor will of Delia A. Holbrook, 
Franklin Perrin, executor will of Mary L.*Ruggles, . 
Emma J. Perry, executrix will of Herbert L. Perry, . 
George W. Pettee, administrator estate of Elizabeth Merrill, 
G. A. Phelps, executor will of Edmund Daniells, 
Lucy M. Phinney, administratrix estate of Mary A. Smith, 
Perez H. Phinney, executor will of Leonard Latter, . 
Alma G. Pierce, administratrix estate of Lydia T. Gardner, 
Oliver K. Pierce, executor will of Addie Whitford, . 
James P. Pigott, administrator estate of Bridget T. Smith, 
Eliza E. Pilling et al., executrices will of John Pilling, . 
Charles J. Pillsbury, executor will of S. B. G. Courser, 
Fredrika L. Pitman, executrix *will of Catherine E. Pitman, 
Wheeler Poland, executor will of George Poland, 
Charles J. Pollard, executor will of Elizabeth S. Greene, . 
William J. Porter, administrator estate of Michael Gallagher, 

C. H. Potter, executor will of Lucy Tufts, .... 
George H. Potter, executor will of Abby A. Sutton, . 

H. Staples Potter, executor will of Alfred £. Giles, . 

W. P. Bowers, commissioner to sell real estate belonging to 

estate of John J. Merrill, 

Ellen C. Pratt, executrix will of S. Brainard Pratt, . 
John M. Raymond, executor will of Louisa J. Emerson, . 
John M. Raymond, executor will of Sarah E. H. Jenks, 
George H. Reed, executor will of Harriet A. Perkins, 
George H. Reed et aL^ executors will of John F. Richardson, 
George M. Reed, administrator estate of Samuel W. Reed, 
Isabella B. Reilly, executrix will of Susan Foy, . 
Addie A. Reith, administratrix estate of John B. Reith, . 
Rhode Island Hospital Trust Company, executors will of 

Charles Hart, 

J. L. Richards et al.^ executors will of Austin R. Mitchell, 
Charles W. Richardson, executor will of Jane Jackson, 
Frank C. Richardson, executor will of Elias E. Porter, 
Silas P. Richmond, administrator estate of J. Ann Record, 
Alice H. Robie, executrix will of Harriet Purvis, 
Alphonso Robinson, executor will of Caroline A. Walker, 
Blanche Robinson, executrix will of Amos D. Shepard, 
Robert C. Rockwell, administrator estate of Frances M. Wil 

liams, 

Gorham Rogers et al,^ executors will of Charles M. Seaver, 
Franklin F. Roundy, administrator estate of Henry C. Stowell 
Caroline C. Russell, executrix will of Mary F. Travis, 
David H. Russell, administrator estate of Catherine A. Freeman 
Joseph B. Russell, executor will of James H. Danforth, . 
Lucy T. Russell, executrix will of Edward P. Burnham. . 
W. J. Russell et aL^ executors will of John W. Jones, • . 
W. T. Russell et al.^ administrators estate of John J. Merrill, 
William A. Rust et al., executors will of Nancy E. Rust, . 
Daniel Safford et al.^ executors will of Elizabeth M. Brown, 
Daniel E. Safford, executor will of Abbie A. Coburn, 



$00 00 

60 00 
488 87 

750 00 
062 62 
182 20 
425 00 
175 00 
415 96 

51 00 

450 00 

1,466 22( 

331 47 

2,742 70 

912 80 

38 71 

2,331 22 

196 26 

100 00 

134 49 

87 98 

• 13 00 

260 00 

46 25 

74 6» 
342 22 

36 00 
649 37 

36 00 

226 19 

9,675 30 

1,820 24 
25 00 

61 20 
100 00 

61 71 
60 00 

394 04 
90 00 

473 81 

1,627 00 
275 00 
410 00 
800 00 

70 04 
165 00 

15 00 
209 68 

132 60 

11,07{» 4S 

100 00 

92 17 

616 55 

600 00 

92 80 

1,864 02 

3,236 81 

1,100 00 

1,747 77 

2,320 10> 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



85 



Statement II. 



BeTeane B««eipte la Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Daniel E. Safford et aL^ execators will of George Haskell, 
William C. Safford et aL, exeoutoro will of Nancy H. Watson, 
Elsie W. Saltus, executrix will of Maude B. Cheever, 
Iiottie B. Sanborn, executrix will of Xancy M. Weston, 
Sabin P. Sanger, trustee under will of Samuel Gould, 
M. Perry Sargent et al., executors will of Emily S. Goodwin, 
William A. Sargent et al.^ executors will of Phebe R. Sturtevant, 
James Savage, administrator estate of Sophronia Doane, . 
Edgar H. Sawyer, administrator estate of Abbott Sawyer, . 
Herbert R. Sayles et cU., executors will of Lucy H. Southwick, 
Ella M. Searl et al., administratrices estate of Henry T. Sears, 
F. B. Sears et al.^ executors will of Susan J. White, . 
Frank W. Sears et al., executors will of Abby W. Ford, 
Francis Seaverns, executor will of James S. Simonds, 
Edward O. Seccomb et al,^ executors will of Eben Seccomb, 
William D. Serratt et al.^ executors will of Louisa M. Gookin, 
J. B. Sewell, executor will of Frances L. Sewall, 
Emma L. Shattuck et al., executrices will of Edmund J. Sbat- 
tuck 



Henry S. Shaw, executor will of Ann M. Freeman, . 
John O. Shaw, executor will of Martha B. Dillaway, 
John O. Shaw, Jr., executor will of John D. Shaw, . 
Henry A. Shepard et al.., executors will of Andrew K. Shepard 
Dayld Sherin, executor will of Timothy Breen, . 
Clifford P. Sherman, executor will of Sarah £. Davis, 
Clifford P. Sherman, administrator estate of Ann H. Willis, 
Everett F. Sherman, administrator estate of Ansel Bartlett, 
Henry P. Sherman, administrator estate of Edmund W. Harring- 
ton, 

John P. R. Sheitnan, executor will of John C. ChaflSn, 
Octavius B. Shreve, executor will of Sarah S. Cox, . 
George A. Shumway, executor will of Lucy Shumway, 
Heni^ A. Shute, executor will of Jacob Chapman, 
HeniT H. W. Sigoumey, executor will of Mary E. Smith, 
Charles J. Simpson, administrator estate of Joseph H. Carter, 
Louis P. Slade et al.^ administrators estate of John P. Slade 

executor will of Alfred Pratt, 

Fred L. Smith, executor will of Alfred Seichter, 

G. Edward Smith et al., executors will of George Tower, . 

Hugh C. Smith et al., executors will of David £. Smith, . 

Iram N. Smith et al. , trustees under will of Robert C. Brown, 

Oren Smith, administrator estate of Susan F. Cobb, . 

R. D. Weston Smith, executor will of Jeannie W. Paine, . 

William W. Smith, executor will of Harriet S. Strong, 

Smith, Gage & Dresser, attorneys for executor will of Hezeklah 

Conant, 

Cordelia H. Snow, executrix will of Mary A. Pen dexter, 
G«orge T. Sollace, executor will of Charles W. Geekler, 
William H. Spencer, executor will of Sarah L. Haven, 
B. F. Spinney, executor will of Abby M. Henderson, . 
Springfield Safe Deposit and Trust Company, administrators 
estate of Cornelia S. Chase, ...... 

John L. Stanley, executor will of Sarah H. Parsons, . 
Frederick J. Stark, executor will of Matthew P. Browning, 
George M. Steams et a/., administrators estate of Susanna M 

Hart, 

James P. Steams et al., executors will of Delia A. Granger, 
F. H. Stebbins, executor will of Maria T. McCann, . 
Hannah H. Steele, executrix will of Emeline M. Barnes, . 
Elisha Stetson et al., executors will of Morgan B. Stetson, . 
Fred S. Stevens, executor will of Ruth H. Faxon, 
G«orge H. Stevens, executor will of Horace H. Stevens, . 
Charles F. Stone, executor will of Francis J. Lawrence, . 
Frederic M. Stone, executor will of Channing Clapp, . 



9125 00 
591 48 

1,506 00 

229 35 

81 80 

879 03 
8,300 00 
1,;^89 70 

467 69 

2,167 18 

99 61 

22,775 00 

1,180 00 

11,754 23 

152 37 

300 00 

50 00 

115 81 

200 00 
1,250 00 

700 00 

789 90 

33 86 

2 60 

880 00 
388 08 

427 27 

62 18 
15,767 60 

1.249 96 
97 49 

6.250 00 
2,118 32 

160 00 

173 34 

1,200 00 

235 52 

27 14 

201 42 
6 16 

765 00 

500 00 
55 00 

28 23 
146 90 

2,362 50 

187 00 
347 50 

63 84 

3,000 00 
121 65 
210 85 
165 75 
27 50 
170 00 
150 00 
125 00 
800 00 



86 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[elan. 



Statement II. 



BeTeaae B««elpto la Detail. 



Detail 6. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Continued. 



Samuel H. Stone, executor will of Abby G. Foster,. . 

Fannie L. Stowell, administratrix estate of Hammond W 

Hubbard 

Elizabeth H. Strickland et aL, executrices will of Rial Strick 

land 

Martha E. Strong, executrix will of Lydia E. Farwell, 
Kate Sullivan, administratrix estate of Kate Monahan, 
James N. Supple et <H., executors will of Catherine Cunningham 
David G. Swam et a/., executors will of Catherine P. Cobb, 
Elmira H. Swain, executrix will of Susan C. Hood, . 
Francis Sweeney, executor will of Denis Shields, 
Frank E. Sweetser, executor will of Washington Glover, . 
George P. Taylor et al.^ executors will of George W. Weeks, 
W. A. Taylor, executor will of Acelin D. Stebbins, 
Cyrus O. Temple, administrator estate of Rufus Merrifield, 
Alonzo C. Tenney, executor will of Isabella B. Tenney, . 
Catherine A. Thayer, executrix will of Caleb L. Thayer, . 
Charles M. Thayer, administrator estate of David L. Warfield 
Elizabeth Thayer, executrix will of Mary H. Ware, . 
Frank R. Thomas et a/., executors will of Charles E. French, 
Edward H. Thompson et al.y executors will of Elizabeth C 

Ward, 

Gilbert T. Thompson, administrator estate of Gilbert E. Thorn 

ton, 

Pardon G. Thomson, executor will of Ada O. Bennett, 
Pardon G. Thomson et a/., executors will of Huldah S. Wilson 
Julius C. Tibbetts, executor will of Margaret L. Martin, . 
Arthur D. Tingley, executor will of Albert S. Metcalf, 
Arthur B. Titcomb, executor will of Louisa M. Grule, 
Willard Torrey, executor will of Mary O. Robbins, . I 

James W. Towne, executor will of Maria B. Towne, . 
Isabel W. Towle, executrix will of Edwin B. Morse, . 
Herbert S. Townsend, executor will of David H. Sweetser, 
William R. Trask, executor will of Joseph S. Ropes, . 
Mary True, executrix will of Mary Morgan, 
Benjamin B. Tucker, executor will of Caroline A. Tucker, 
Emma H. Tucker, executrix will of Carrie H. Howard, 
George F. Tucker et al., executors will of Phebe B. Slocum, 
L. S. Tuckerman, executor will of Mary F. Tuckerman, . 
Arthur H. Turner, administrator estate of Marir A . Craggs, 
Charles W. Tuttle, executor will of Henry F. Whitcomb, . 
Mary M. Tuttle et oZ., executrices will of Varnum Tuttle, . 
A. A. Tyler, executor will of Emma A. Preston, 
Arthur Wainwright, executor will of Mary S. C. Reed, 
George W. Wakefield, executor will of Cynthia Lamed, . 
Augustus H. Walker, executor will of Elizabeth T. Pike, . 
Guy W. Walker et al., executors will of Marie J. Troetorff, 
Henry J. Walkins, executor will of Anastasia Shanahan, . 
Ned T. Wallace, administrator estate of George D. Tufts, . 
Carrie S. Ward, executrix will of Maria A. Hitchcock, 
G. Philip Wardner, executor will of Mary F. Mallon, 
Charles E. Ware, executor will of Charlotte L. Ware, 
Richard D. Ware, executor will of Elizabeth H. Knight, . 
Arthur W. Warren, executor will of Eliza A. Fletcher, 
Bentley W. Warren et al., executors will of Nathaniel Jackson 
Harriet J. Warren et al., heirs of John Bartlett, 
C. H. Watson, executor will of Margaret A. Holden, . 
F. G. Webster, executor will of Ellen K. Gardner, 
Sarah J. Webster, executrix will of Margaret T. Fox. 
William Weed, administrator estate of William H. Weld, 
Ida E. Weeden, administratrix estate of Annie E. Lewis, . 
Henry DeF. Weeks, executor will of Jane T. Kempton, 
W. B. P. Weeks et al., executors will of Andrew G. Weeks, 
John T. Welch et al., executors will of Gilbert C. Tapley, 



• 


$25 62 


223 07 


3 43 


06 18 


196 94 


646 25 


742 50 


61 10 


427 00 


750 85 


3,697 50 


140 00 


28 72 


37 06 


50 00 


1»7 96 


2,211 54 


200 00 


1,516 02 


975 77 


190 02 


482 64 


47 00 


775 40 


1,031 30 


260 78 


104 59 


17 77 


1.720 76 


127 45 


55 06 


375 00 


125 00 


380 00 


64 35 


36 OT 


239 68 


502 75 


963 12 


20,125 00 


101 58 


738 44 


686 55 


&3 25 


241 19 


44 59 


3.693 63 


4fia9 57 


875 14 


82 26 


43 95 


124 83 


200 00 


60 00 


50 00 


109 77 


198 68 


11,289 20 


900 00 


8 35 



190e5.] 



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87 



Statement II. 



B«Tea«e Bc«elpto la D«iall. 



Detail 7. 



Collateral Legacy Tax — Concluded. 



A. H. Wellman, executor will of Harriet J. Mclntire, 
Daniel W. WellB et al.t trustees under will of Samuel H. Dick 

inson, 

Charles K. Wentworth et aL, executors will of Albert Went- 

worth. .......... 

Arthur B. West et al., executors will of Henry S. Lee, 
Charles 8. Wheeler, administrator estate of Oeorge Flayg, 
Herbert W. Wheeler et a/., executors will of William 6. Wheeler 
J. C. F. Wheelock, executor Will of Marion W. Bates, 
G. W. Wheelwright et al., executors will of Hannah 6. Wheel 

wri^t, 

John £. White et al., executors will of Eric Gabrielson, . 
Luther White, executor will of William P. McFarland, . 
Paul M. White, administrator estate of Henry B. Brown, . 
Harrie H. Whitney, executor will of Buth A. Carleton, 
George H. Whittemore, executor will of Sarah B. Dodge, . 
Frederick H. Whitwell, executor will of Samuel H. Whitwell 
W. Eugene Wilde et al.^ executors will of William A. Wilde, 
Sophia H. Wilder et al., administratrices estate of Emily A 

Snow, 

Ebenezer F. Wiley, executor will of Elizabeth P. Gilmore, 

B. H. Williams, administrator estate of Betsey J. Graves, 
F. O. Williams et al., executors will of Harriet E. Gill, 
Jennie L. Williams et a/., executrices will of Thirza A. Blood 
Xenelon Winslow, executor will of Emily F. Winslow, 
Frederick E. Withee, executor will of James R. Deane, . 
Fred A. Wood, executor will of Leroy E. Coolidge, . 

Frank T. Woodward, executor will of Marietta R. Smith, . 
William Woodward, administrator estate of Joseph G. Floyd, 
Charles F. Wright et al., executors will of Esther F. Wright, 
J. F. Wright et al., administrators estate of Harriet D. Bartlett, 
J. Frank Wright et a/., administrators estate of Lillian Bartlett, 



96,000 00 

00 00 

1,691 04 

5,700 00 

102 86 

200 00 
100 00 

00 00 
862 48 

82 03 
023 80 
312 76 
332 61 
2,891 20 
260 00 

41 66 

* 121 68 

131 92 

201 20 
666 00 

03 79 

60 00 

3,694 92 

191 80 

961 23 

16,660 00 

393 76 

6 00 



$662,193 40 



DETAIL. No. 7. 

Insurance Companies Tax. 

[ReviBed Laws, chap. 14.] 



Received from : — 
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Company, 
Abington Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 
.I^tna Indemnity Company, The (Conn.), 
-IStna Life Insurance Company (Conn.), 
Agricultural Insurance Company (Watertown, 

J^'Y.), 

Albany Insurance Company, 

Alliance Insurance Company, .... 
American Bonding and Trust Company, 
American Fidelity Company,* ..... 
American Central Insurance Company, 
American Credit Indemnity Company (NewYork) , 
American Fire Insurance Company, The (Phila- 
delphia, Pa.) , 

American Insurance Company, The (Newark, 

X^ •Vvjy ■ • • • • • • 

American Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Rhode Island) 

American Mutual Liability Insurance Company, 



4 



9888 60 
329 41 
473 26 

6,616 66 

1,818 74 
714 88 
963 33 
031 91 
166 01 
2,677 64 
2,794 12 

1,419 68 

1.081 17 

880 29 
3,119 31 



88 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



KeT«nae Beeelpte In l»et»ll. 



Detail 7. 



Insurance Companies Tax — Co7Uinued. 



American Surety Company (New York) , 
Annisquam Mutual Fire rnsurance Company, 
Arkwright Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Assurance Company of America, . 
Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company, . 
Atlas Assurance Company, .... 
Attleborough Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Mass.), . . ... 

Bankers' 'Life Insurance Company of the City of 

New York 

Bankers' Surety Company, .... 
Barnstable County Mutual Fire Insurance Com 

pany, 

Bay State Accident Association, . 
Berkshire Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Blackstone Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Providence, B. I.) , 

Boston Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, 

Bristol Countv Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

British American Assurance Company, 

British American Insurance Company (New 

York) 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company 

Limited, The, 

Buffalo Commercial Insurance Company, 
Buffalo German Insurance Company, . 
Caledonian American Insurance Company (New 

York) 

Caledonian Insurance Company (Scotland) , 
Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Company,' 
Camden Fire Insurance Association (New York) 
Capital Fire Insurance Company (Concord, N.H.) 
Casualty Company Ot America, 
Central Accident Insurance Company, . 
Central Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Com 



pany 

China Mutual Insurance Company, 

Citizens' Insurance Company of Missouri, 

Citizens' Mutual Insurance Company, . 

City Trust, Safe Deposit and Surety Company, 

Cohasset Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 

Cologne Reinsurance Company, 

Colonial Assurance Company of New York, 

Colonial Fire Insurance Company, 

Columbia Insurance Company (Jersey City, N. J.) 

Commerce Insurance Company, 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, Limited 

Commercial Union Fire Insurance Company, 

Commonwealth Insurance Company of New York 

The, 

Concordia Fire Insurance Company, The, . 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, The, . 
Continental Casualty Company, . 
Continental Insurance Company, . 
Cotton and Woolen Manufacturers' Mutual In 

surance Company of New England, . 
Dedham Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 
Delaware Insurance Company of Philadelphia 

The 

Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 
Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Dutchess Insurance Company (Poughkeepsie 

N. Y.) 



$1,766 83 

3 46 

12,078 39 

564 78 

4,671 28 

1,129 13 

67 36 

683 10 
130 82 

403 93 

38 29 

452 69 

2,943 79 

14,613 95 

16 47 

850 18 

338 51 

2,129 95 
196 79 
442 36 

253 13 
1,997 00 
639 80 
459 11 
667 82 
1,973 40 
303 67 

331 23 

1,439 17 

1,383 84 

a35 29 

201 72 

9 76 

967 65 

420 78 

166 19 

169 62 

256 29 

3,823 83 

493 92 

646 89 
734 41 

2,823 86 
386 36 

4,163 00 

2,886 49 
367 84 

1,104 13 

288 63 

2,084 64 

943 11 




1905.] 



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89 



Statement II. 



Berenae Ite«elpto In Detell. 



Deta.il 7. 



Insurance Companies Tax — Continued. 



Empire City Fire iDBurance Company, . 

Empire State Surety Company, 

Employers' Liability Assurance Company, Lim 
ited (England), 

Enterprise Mutual Fire Insurance Company 
(Rhode Island) , . > 

Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 

Fall River Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance 
Company, 

Farmers' Fire Insurance Company, 

Federal Insurance Company, 

Fidelity and Casualty Insurance Company of New 
York, 

Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, 

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company (Penn 
sylyania), 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, . 

Fire Insurance Company of the County of Phila- 
delphia, The, 



Firemen's Fund Insurance Company, . 
Firemen's Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., 
Firemen's Mutual Insurance Company (Rhode 

Island), 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass In 

surance Company (Germany) , . 
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadel 

phia, The, 

General Accident Assurance Corporation, . 
German Alliance Insurance Company, 
German-American Fire Insurance Company, 
Crerman-American Insurance Company, 
German Fire Insurance Company of the City of 

Pittsburg, Pa • . 

German Fire Insurance Company, Peoria, 111., 

German Insurance Company of Illinois, 

Germania Fire Insurance Cfompany (New York) 

Girard Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 

Glens Falls Insurance Company, «. 

Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Company 

Granite State Fire Insurance Company, 

Greenwich Insurance Company, 

Groveland Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Guarantee Insurance Company of North America 

(Montreal, Can.), 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Company (Ger 

many) , ....... 

Hampshire Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Hanover Fire Insurance Company, The, 
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, The, 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance 

Company, The, 

Hingham Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 
Home Fire and Marine Insurance Company of 

California 

Home Insurance Coitapany (New York) , 

Hope Mutual Fire Insurance Company (Rhode 

Island), 

Indemnity Fire Insurance Company (New York) 
India Mutual Insurance Company, 
Indianapolis Fire Insurance Company, . 
Industrial Mutual Insurance Company, 
Insurance Company of North America, 
Insurance Company (State of Pennsylvania) , 



$15 .33 
50 70 

11,630 24 

879 64 
1,693 25 

4,680 36 
927 27 
306 89 

3,828 72 
1,217 39 

1,718 65 
2,854 61 

148 47 
3,131 89 
1,198 30 

5,172 71 
592 84 

1,672 79 

665 37 

1,484 28 

1,282 75 

81 47 

4,037 99 

1,079 20 
148 24 

1,450 44 

2,060 27 
428 10 
834 11 
661 82 

1,418 55 

510 72 

9 67 

339 85 

l,X{8 32 

158 93 

1,915 47 

5,996 84 

3,141 14 
816 95 

972 58 
9,174 44 

473 .32 
257 85 
246 92 
117 6r^ 
2,049 78 
9,868 66 
257 91 



90 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IT. 



Kereaae Keeeipts la Detail. 



Detail 7. 



Insctrance Companies Tax — Continued. 



Kings County Fire Insurance Company, 

Lafayette Fire Insurance Company, 

Law Union and Crown Fire and Life Insurance 

Company, 

Lawyers* Surety Company (New York) , 
Liverpool & London Si Globe Insurance Company 

(England) 

Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company, 
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company 

The, ........ 

London Assurance Corporation, The, 
London Guarantee and Accident Company, . 
Lowell Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Company, . 
Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Manchester Fire Assurance Company, . 
Mannheim Insurance Company, . 
Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Rhode Island) 

Marine Insurance Company, Limited, The (Lon 

don, Bng.), 

Maryland Casualty Company, 
Massachusetts Street Railway Accident Associa- 
tion (Boston) 

Mechanics' and Traders' Insurance Company 

(New Orleans) , 

Mechanics' Insurance Company, . 

Mechanics' Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Rhode Island) 

Mercantile Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Merchants' and Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, ^ . 

Merchants' Mutual Insurance Company *(Proyi 

dence, R. I.) , 

Merrimack Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 
Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Company of 

New York ^ 

Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company, 
Middlesex Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Millers' ISfational Insurance Company (Illinois) , 
Milwaukee Fire Insurance Company, . 
Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Company, 
Mutual Boiler Insurance Company of Boston, 
Mutual Protection Fire Insurance Company, 
Nassau Fire Insurance Company of Brooklyn 

N. Y 



National Assurance Company of Ireland, 
National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, 
National Life Insurance Company (Vermont), 

National Surety Company 

National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pitts- 
burg, Pa., \ 

Newark Fire Insurance Company, The, 

Newburyport Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

New Amsterdam Casualty Company, . 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Company, . 

New Jersey Plate Glass Insurance Company, 

New York Fire Insurance Company, . 

New York Life Insurance Company, 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Company, 

Niagara Fire Insurance Company, 

Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 



$106 26 
112 9i 

29794 

61 78 

7,688 11 
700 06 

2,266 29 
2,603 63 
2,273 85 

542 78 
1,116 48 

278 67 

62 60 
911 28 

1,001 37 

2,242 40 

1,030 60 
2,230 64 

2,998 63 

623 85 

227 26 

1,318 12 

228 61 

681 85 

1,253 63 

935 63 

26,818 24 

882 94 

396 04 

1,660 26 

48 19. 

66 08 

583 90 

248 76 

337 95 

469 72 
1,006 63 
3,977 29 
4,324 65 

901 84 

1,068 46 

^ 101 68 

27 79 

640 51 

3,211 96 
332 42 
298 83 
640 46 
652 23 

4,860 00 
858 06 






1906.] 



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91 



Statement II. 



BttTmiMe 



Wttm iM Deteil. 



Detail 7. 



Insurance Companies Tax — CofUinued. 



North British and Meioantile Ingoranoe CkMnpany 
(Enffland) 

North JSritish and Mercantile Insurance Company 
(New York) 

Northern Assoranoe Company of London, Eng., . 

Northern Insurance Company (New York) , . 

North River Insurance Company (New York) , . 

Northwestern National Insurance Company of 
Milwaukee, Wis., 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, The, 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, 
Limited, ........ 

Orient Insurance Company, 

Pacific Surety Comjkany (California) , . 

Palatine Insurance Company, Limited (London, 
Eng.) ,• • • .'. * . 

Paper Mill Mutual Insurance Company, 

Pawtucket Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Pelican Assurance Company, .... 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, The, 

Pheniz Insurance Comnany (Brooklyn, N. Y.), . 

Philadelphia Casualty Company (Brook Ivn, N. Y.) , 

Philadelphia Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Company, 

Philadelphia Underwriters' Insurance Company 
of North America, President and Directors of 
the, and Fire Association of Philadelphia, 

Phoenix Assurance Company of London, 

Phcenix Insurance Company, The (Hartford, 
Conn.), ........ 

Preferred Accident Insurance Company of New 
York, 

Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company 
(Rhode Island) , 

Providence Washinfi^n Insurance Company, 

Provident Life and Trust Company of Philadel- 
phia, ... ..... 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Society (New 
York), 

Prussian National Insurance Company, 

Queen Insurance Company, The, .... 

Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

Reliance Insurance Company of Philadelphia, 
The 

Reliance Marine Insurance Company, Limited 
(Liverpool, Eng.) , 

Rhode Island Mutual Fire Insurance Company, . 

Rochester German Insurance Company of Roches- 
ter, N. Y., 

Royal Exchange Assurance Company, . 

Royal Insurance Company, The, .... 

Rubber Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Com- 



pany, 



Salem Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Salisbury & Amesbury Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, . 

Saugus Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Scottish Union and National Insurance (Company, 
Security Fire Insurance Company of Baltimore 

City 

Security Insurance Comj>any 

Security Mutual Life Insurance Company (New 

York), 



INi,039 49 

238 22 
2,040 46 

344 38 
1,117 M 

621 42 
2,484 86 

849 44 

1,000 94 

219 15 

2,698 08 

1,263 91 

773 68 

316 91 

9,4aS 20 

2,714 31 

3,363 67 

360 13 

363 97 



1,714 68 
2,791 66 

3,951 22 

1,394 84 



230 40 
4,264 03 

3,390 94 

684 58 

863 53 

2,702 47 

1,086 77 

776 19 

4 52 
3,237 19 

1,722 20 
2,939 64 
7,346 04 

2,828 21 
416 33 

65 78 

27 57 

1,982 18 

165 38 
1,668 91 

263 96 



92 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeTeaae Beeelpte la Detail. 



Detail 7. 



Insurance Companies Tax — Continued. 



Skandia Insurance Company (Sweden) , 

South Danvers Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Spring Garden Insurance Cooopany, 

Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company 

(Michigan) 

Star Fire Insurance Company, 

State Fire Insurance Company, 

State Mutual Fire Insurance Company (Rhode 

Island) 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 

Sun Insurance OfSce, 

Syea Fire and Life Insurance Company, Limited, 
Teutonic Insurance Company of New Orleans, 
Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance (Company, 

Limited 

Thuringia Insurance Company (Germany) , . 
Title Guaranty and Trust Company, 
Traders' Insurance Company (Illinois) , 
Traders* and Mechanics' Insurance Company, 
Travelers' Insurance Cpmpany, 
Underwriters at American Lloyds (New York) , 
Union Assurance Society (London) , 
Union Casualty and Surety Company, . 
Union Central Life Insurance Company (Ohio), 
Union Marine Insurance Company, 
Union Insurance Company (Philadelphia) , . 
Union Mutual Insurance Company, 
United Firemen's Insurance Company of Phila- 
delphia, 

United States Casualty Company, . 
United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, 
United States Fire Insurance Company, 
United States Guarantee Company (New York) , 
United States Health and Accident Insurance 

Company, 

UnitedStates Lloyds, The, .... 
Victoria Fire Insurance Company, 
Westchester Fire Insurance Company, . 
Western Assurance Company (Canada) , 
Western Insurance Company of Pittsbure, . 
West Newbury Mutual Fire Insurance (Jompany, 
What Cheer Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

(Rhode Island) , 

Whiting Mutual Insurance Company, . 
Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Company, The, 
Worcester Manuf acturert' Mutual Insurance Com- 



Wo 



'any, 

orcester Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 



$1,160 29 
38 23 

1.636 02 

768 66 
323 27 
161 89 

6,486 83 

1,606 14 

3,299 90 

609 28 

822 13 

386 83 

602 42 

104 90 

1,663 73 

1,169 08 

9.637 96 
428 26 

1,060 87 

2 33 

6,067 22 

24 46 

698 69 

66 84 

826 22 

1,234 93 

1,620 41 

1,037 26 

65 67 

273 43 
2,486 40 

118 66 
1,846 83 
1,631 44 

417 78 
48 97 

606 26 

744 63 

1,130 68 

6,141 46 
1,434 38 



Rbceited on Account of 1903 and Pbetioub Yeabs. 



^tna Insurance Compaziy, 

Mutual Fire Assurance Company, 
North German Fire Insurance Company of New 
York, 




$419,030 54 



9,205 96 

I ■ ■ ■■ ■■ — ^M^B^^ 

$428,236 52 



1905.] 



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93 



Statement II. 



]t«Tea«e B«««lpt« In B«tall. 



Details 8-11. 



Insurance Companies Tax — Concluded. 



Bbcapitulation . 



Received on account of 1904, .... 
Received on account of 1903 and previous yean, 



$419,aS0 54 
9,205 98 



$428,236 62 



DBTAIL No. 8. 

Life Insurance Companies Tax. 

[Two and one-half mills on every $1,000 insured. — Revised Laws, rhnp. 118, sects. 

11, 75 and 76.J 



Pennsylvania companies, 
MassacliusettB companies, 
Ohio companies, . 



$11,451 2& 
2,043 83 
2,033 86 



915,528 9T 



DETAIL. No. 0. 

Insurance Licenses. 

[Revised Laws, chap. IIH, sects. 88-90.] 



Received from Insurance Commissioner, 



$64,890 25 



DBTAIL. No. lO. 

Special Insurance License Tax. 

[Revised Laws, chap. UH.] 



Received from sundry agents. 



$3,109 43 



DBTAIL No. 11. 

Life Insurance Companies Excise Tax. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 14.] 



Received from the following-named companies: — 
.£tna Life Insurance Company, .... 
Bankers Life Insurance Company, 
Berkshire Life Insurance Company, 
Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
Columbian National Life Insurance Company, . 
Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, . 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 



$8,160 26 


465 32 


6,:m 33 


527 32 


183 00 


1,457 68 


12,968 76 


19,914 50 



94 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statbmbnt II. 



km 



Details 12, IS; 



Life Insurance Companies Excise Tax ^ Concluded, 



Fidelity Mutual Life Insnranoe Company, 

Gennania Life Insuranoe Company, 

Home Life Insurance Company, . 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insuranoe Company, 

Manhattan Life Insurance Company, . 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, . 

Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, 

Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association, 

National Life Insurance Company, 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

New York Life Insuranoe Company, . 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insuranoe Company, 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, . 

Provident Life and Trust Company, Pennsylvania, 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Society of New York 

Prudential Insurance Company of America, 

Seouritv Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

State Mutual Life Assurance Company, 

Union Central Life Insuranoe Company, 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

United States Life Insurance Company, 

Washington Life Insurance Company of New York, 



$677 36 

414 32 

1,406 73 

12,561 OS 

2,003 09 

12,018 04 

18,026 07 

19,926 72 

39,424 82 

535 87 

8,653 67 

15,679 51 

26,576 97 

19,659 00 

12,973 eO 

1,557 75 

9,448 44 

795 21 

4,136 30 

50 84 

20,108 56 

2,452 96 

2,470 84 

1,585 36 

2,151 38 

•285,333 25 



DETAIL. No. 12. 

Foreign Railroad Companies Tax. 

[ EteviBcd Laws, chap. 14, sect. 52.] 



May. 



November. 



ToUls. 



Mexican Central Railway Company, 1 $12,062 50 

Limited, ! 262 40 

Sonora Railway Company, Limited, 



$12,324 90 



$12,062 50 $24,125 00 

524 80 



262 40 



$12,324 90 $24,649 80 



DETAIL No. 18. 

Foreign Corporations Excise Tax. 

[Assessed on basis of one one hundredth of one per cent, of the par value of its Author- 
ized capital stock. AaseHsment on any oqe company not to exc^d $2,000. ~ Acts 
1903, chap. 437, sect. 75.] 



A. A. GriflSng Iron Company $100 00 

A. Booth & Co 315 93 

Adriance Piatt Company, 50 00 

.£tna Consolidated Quicksilver Mining Company, ... 50 00 

Agnew Auto Mailing Machine Company 300 00 



1905.] 



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95 



St^tkmemt IL 



la Deteil. 



Dbtail 13. 



Foreign Corporations Excise Tkx^CofUiniud. 



Allcmez Mining Company, 

American Book Company, 

American Can Company, 

American Cereal Company, 

American Cotton Improvement Company, 

American Guaranty Company of Chicago, 

American Investment Securities Company, .... 

American Loom Company, 

American Molybdenum Company, 

American Radiator Company, 

American School Furniture Company, 

American Sight Seeing Car and Coach Company, 

American Trackless Trolley Company, 

Armory Manufacturing Company, 

AmoBkeag Manufacturing Company, 

Androscoggin Mills Company, 

Androscoggin Pulp Company, 

Armour Packing Company, 

Armstrong Cork Company, . «. 

Auto Bottling and Corking Machine Manufacturing Company, . 

Automatic Incandescent Light Company, 

Aztec Gold and Copper Minmg Company 

B.T. Babbitt Company, 

Baboook & Wilcox Company 

Baltimore & Boston Barge Company, 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company 

Bates Mannfacturinff Company, 

Boston & Silverton Mining and Reduction Company, 

Boston Fast Color Eyelet Company, 

Boston Investment Company, 

Boston Pneumatic Power Company, 

Boston Quicksilver Mining Company 

Bottlers Machinery Company, 

Brown-Ketcham Iron Works, 

Brunswick,^ Balke, Collender Company, 

Burgess Sulphite Fibre Company, 

Cabot Manufacturing Company, 

Cafe Noir Cigarette Company, 

Calumet & Hecla Mining Company, 

Campbell-Bosworth Machinery Company 

Centennial Copper Mining Company, ...... 

Central Oil Company, 

, Champion Copper Company, 

Chapman Headlight Adjuster Company, 

Charles Graef Company, 

Chicago, New York & Boston Refrigerator Company, 

China Manufacturing Company, 

Cleveland Stone Company, 

Cocheco Manufacturing Company, 

Consolidated Rubber Tire Company, 

Consolidated Cbero Plantations Company, 

Continental Mills Company, 

Copper Range Company, 

Copper Range ConsoMdated Company, 

Country Clmj Car Company, 

Cox Brothers & Co., Incorporated, 

Crocker- Wheeler Company, 

Curtis Publishing Company, ....... 

D. Appleton & Co., 

Davis Sewing Machine Company, 

Diamond Rubber Companv, 

Edwards Manufacturing Company, 

Eastern States Refrigerating Company, 

Eastern Banking Company 



9250 00 


278 00 


2,000 00 


325 20 


492 53 


60 00 


200 00 


100 00 


50 00 


212 17 


822 40 


50 00 


60 00 


200 00 


400 00 


100 00 


50 00 


299 60 


260 00 


50 00 


72 50 


200 00 


300 00 


150 00 


100 00 


324 09 


120 00 


250 00 


100 00 


200 00 


50 00 


100 00 


50 00 


55 00 


123 36 


100 00 


79 85 


60 00 


250 00 


50 00 


250 00 


200 00 


250 00 


50 00 


50 00 


150 00 


80 00 


251 16 


150 00 


470 55 


250 00 


150 00 


250 00 


2,000 00 


75 00 


361 01 


100 00 


125 00 


327 80 


240 00 


122 45 


120 00 


50 00 


70 00 





96 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement II. 



R«vea«« Bceeipto la Detell. 



Deta.il 13. 



Foreign Corporations Excise Tax — Continued. 



Electric Alumina Parifying Company, 

Electric Corporation Company, 

Elm River Copper Company 

Eureka Patents Company, 

Fiake Brick Company, ....*.... 

Franklin Company, 

Gas Consumers Association of United States, . . . . 

General Electric Company, 

George A. Fuller Company, 

Globe- Wernicke Company, 

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 

Great Falls Manufacturing Company, 

Gulf Refining Company, 

H. W. Johns Man ville Company, 

Hallwood Cash Register Company, 

Hatch Accumulator Company, 

Hill ManufacturingCompany, 

Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company, 

International Harvester Company of America,* .... 
International Mercantile Agency Company, . . . . 

International Sewage Disposal Company, 

International Winding Company, 

Isle Royal Copper Company, 

J. C. Pearson Company, 

J. K. Armsby Company, 

J. M. Guffey Petroleum Company, 

J. Reed Whipple Hotel Company, 

Jackson Company, 

Johnson Service Company, 

Laconia Car Company Works, 

Lehigh Valley Coal Company, 

Loop Lock Machine Company, 

Lowney Chocolate Company, 

Manchester Mills Company, 

Manufacturers Commercial Company, 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America, . 
Massachusetts Consolidated Mining Company, .... 

Mayflower Mining Company, 

Mexican Telephone Company, 

Monson Maine Slate Company, 

Murphy Varnish Company, 

N. K. Fairbanks Company, 

Napa Consolidated Quicksilver Mining Company, 

Nashua Manufacturing Company, 

National Casket Company, 

National Lead Company, 

Never Breaks Shoe String Company, 

New England Company 

New England Exploration Company, ...... 

New England Fish Company, 

New Idria Quicksilver Mining Company, 

Newmarket Manufacturing Company, 

Niles, Bement, Pond Company, 

North American Talc Company, 

Northrop Loom Company, 

Old Dominion Copper Mining and Smelting Company, 

Old Colony Copper Company, 

Osceola Consolidated Mining Company 

Pelican Mining and Milling Company, 

Pepperell Manufacturing Company, 

Pillsbury- Washburn Flour Mills Cfompany 

Pioneer-Lynn Mining Company, 

Pratt & Whitney Company 

Providence Securities and Banking Company 



900 00 

.%0 00 

120 00 

50 00 

60 00 

BO oa 

100 00 

2,000 00 

1,775 04 

72 40 

210 00 

150 00 

75 00 

88 36 

25:^ 35 

100 00 

100 00 

87 24 

100 00 

300 00 

100 00 

100 00 

375 00 

100 00 

50 00 

250 03 

100 00 

60 00 

77 80 

50 00 

94 08 

50 00 

60 00 
450 00 
150 00 
540 20 
250 00 
260 00 
200 00 

52 50 
52 00 

163 00 
70 00 

100 00 

548 80- 
1,780 12 
50 00 
50 00 

200 00 

61 50 
50 00 
60 00 

652 00 
300 00 
100 00 
500 00 
110 00 
250 00 

50 00 
255 60 
486 00 

50 00 
127 00 
150 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



97 



Statement II. 



Bereane It««elpte la Detail. 



Detail 13. 



Foreign Corporations Excise Tax — Concltided, 



Pullman Company, 

Quartette Mining Company 

Queen Bee Gold Mining Company, 

Realty Company, 

Beece Folding Machine Company, 

Begal Shoe Company-, 

Regenerator Cold Air Company, 

Biter, Conley Manufacturing Company, .... 

Rusaell Company, 

Salmon Falls Manufacturing Company 

San Juan Gold and Silver Mining Company, 

Scarborough Company, 

Schoelkopf, Hartford ci Hanna Company, .... 

Sherwin-Williams Company, 

Smuggler Union Mining Company 

Standard Sewing Machine Company, 

Stark Mills Company, 

State Banking and Safe Deposit Company, .... 
Stone Telephone and Telegraph Company, .... 

Sub Target Gun Company, 

Taco Bay Commission Company, 

Tamarack Mining Company, 

Thompson Starrett Company, 

Torch Lake Mining Company, 

Trimountain Mining Company 

Trowbridge & Niver Company, 

Turner Tanning Machinery Company, .... 

Underfeed Stoker Company of America, .... 

Underwood Typewriter Company, 

Underwriters Security Company, 

United Copper Land and Mining Company, 

United Electric Securities Company, 

United Indigo and Chemical Company, Limited, 

United Mattress Machinery Company, .... 

United Shoe Machinery Company, 

United States Automatic Box Machinery Company, . 
United States Coal and Oil Company, . . . i . 
United States Dairy Manufacturing and Machine Company, 

United States Fastener Company, 

United States Glue Company, 

United States Rubber Company, 

United Xpedite Furnishing Company, .... 

Universal Winding Company, 

Victoria Copper Mining Comjpany, 

Washington Copper Mining Company, .... 

Webster Manufacturing Company, 

Welsbach Street Lighting Company of America, 

West Point Manufacturing Company, 

Wheeler & Wilson Company, 

Whitall, Tatum Company, 

Whitehead & Hoag Company, 

Wyandot Copper Company, 

York Manufacturing Company, 

Sundry companies paying less than $50, .... 



92,000 00 

200 00 

60 00 

68 30 

100 00 

60 00 

60 00 

100 00 

100 00 

60 00 

100 00 

85 20 

78 00 

268 60 

600 00 

161 60 

200 00 

100 00 

1.000 00 

60 00 

60 00 

160 00 

70 40 

60 00 

260 00 

60 00 

60 00 

100 00 

293 00 

260 00 

260 00 

160 00 

106 95 

100 00 

300 00 

75 00 

626 00 

60 00 

60 00 

85 00 
1,186 31 

200 00 

86 20 
260 00 
250 00 

60 00 

94 90 

50 00 

100 00 

82 32 

100 00 

260 00 

90 00 

6,053 76 

•48,810 16 



\)H 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement II. 



Bdreaae ]|««etpte la Detail. 



Details 14-16. 



DBTAIL No. 14. 

Coal and Mining Companies Tax. 

[One-twentieth of one per cent, on capital stock, and an additional tax on home com- 
panies of four per cent, on net profits. — Revised Laws, ckiap. 14, sects. 49 and 50.] 



Bbcbiybd on Account of 1903 and Prbtioub Ybabs. 
Grand Junotiou Smelting Company, 



$52 15 



DBTAIL No. 15. 

Secretaky Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 5, sect. 1.] 



Gommisflions, 

Corporation oertiflcates, etc., 

Hawkers' and peddlers' licenses, 

Miscellaneous, 



911,295 00 

48,502 85 

16,854 00 

3,079 45 



979,731 30 



DBTAIL No. 16. 

Courts of Probate and Insolvency Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 168, sect. 171.] 




1*04. 



Received from the following-named county 
courts: — 

Barnstable, 

Berkshire, 

Bristol, 

Dukes, 

Bssez, 

Franklin, 

Hampden, 

Hampshire 

Middlesex, 

Nantucket, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Suffolk, 

Worcester, 



975 82 

98 10 
304 70 

13 35 
320 15 

84 35 
191 95 

81 00 
926 20 

293 87 
126 02 
731 95 
470 65 



93,718 11 



9218 94 

393 76 

727 36 

21 90 

1,321 33 
209 85 
546 71 
229 26 

2,792 36 
11 60 

1,194 36 
336 85 

2,.330 57 

1,211 12 



911,545 as 



Recapitulation. 



Received on account of 1903, 
Received on account of 1904, 



93,718 11 
11,545 93 



915,264 04 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



99 



Statement II. 



BeTeaae B«>«elpte !■ Detail. 



Details 17-19. 



DBTAlli No. 17. 
Boiler Inspection Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. lOfi.] 



Received from tlie chief of District Police, 



$10,572 63 



DETAIL No. 18. 

State Board of Charity Income. 

[Revlfied Laws, chap. 6, sect. fi6.] 



Received from : — 
John D. Wells, clerk, . 
Brook line, 



92,444 02 
136 05 



S2,580 57 



DETAIL. No. 10. 

Liquor Licenses. 

[One-fourth of all moneys received for licenses to be paid into the State treasury within 
one month after they have been received. — Revised Laws, chap. 100, sect. 45.] 



Received from the followiDg-named cities and towns : — 



Ahington, 


1 




SO 25 


Adams, . 






4,176 26 


Agawam, . 






660 00 


Amherst, . 






1 60 


Athol, 






2,276 26 


Attleborongh, . 






26 


Ayer, 






60 


Barre, 






50 


Belchertown, . 






26 


Belmont, . 






26 


Bemardston, 






137 60 


Blackstone, 






1,325 60 


Boston, . 






348,212 37 


Braintree, 






76 


Brookfield, 






700 25 


Bnckland, 






460 00 


Cambridge, 






14 60 


Charlemont, 






26 


Chelsea, . 






11,063 50 


Cheshire, . 






25000 


Chicopee, 






7,964 26 


Cohasset, . 






26 


Concord, . 






1 00 


Cottage City, 






75 


Dana, 






250 00 


Dedham, . 






76 


Deerfleld, . 






337 76 


Douglas, . 






1,000 00 



Dracut, . . . . 


91,050 00 


Dudley 


712 60 


Duxburv. . . . . 
East Briagewater, . 


26 


26 


Easthampton, . 


2,060 76 


Edgartown, 


25 


Ervlng, . . . . 


326 00 


Fairhaven, 


25 


Fall River, 


61,661 76 


Fitchburg, 


60 


Florida, . . . . 


126 04 


Framingham, . 


3,377 00 


Gardner, . . . . 


3,902 00 


Gloucester, 


9,978 00 


Great Barrington, . 


2,963 76 


Greenfield, 


3,161 25 


Groveland, 


460 00 


Hadley, . 


260 00 


Hamilton, 


260 26 


Hard wick. 


762 76 


Haverhill, 


16,968 76 


Hingham, 


75 


Hinsdale, 


26 


Holliston , 


660 76 


Holyoke, . 


17,832 76 


Hopedale, 


26 


Hopkinton, 
Hull. 


66000 


2,200 00 



100 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ll«ireaBe Beeclpto la Detail. 



Detail li). 



Liquor Licenses — Concluded. 



HnntingtOD, 
Hyde Park, 
Ipswich. . 
Kingston, . 
Lawrence, 

XJOVf • • 

Leicester, . 
Lenox, • 
Leominster, 
Lowell, 
Lynn, 
Maiden, . 
Marlborough, 
Medfield, . 
Medford, . 
Medway, . 
Methuen, . 
Milford, . 
Milton, . 
Monson, . 
Montague, 
Nahant, . 
Nantucket, 
Natick, . 
Needham, 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 
Newton, . 
North Adams, 
North Andover, 
North Brookfield, 
Northampton, 
Northbriage, 
Orange, . 
Otis, 

Palmer, . 
Peabody, . 
Pepperell, 
Petersham, 



4,226 



$326 26 

2 26 

100 

26 

40,106 76 

976 00 

576 00 

638 00 

1 26 
42,974 00 
27,620 26 

7 60 

4,876 76 

26 

2 60 
25 
60 
76 
76 

1,126 60 

1,961 26 

887 60 

60 

3,376 26 

75 

21,587 00 

1 76 

1 60 

10,603 26 

60 

26 

7,014 76 

60 

1,626 60 

62 60 

2,976 26 

1 60 

1,350 60 

137 50 



Pittsfield, . . $9,078 00 


Plymouth, 






3,400 75 


Prescott, . 






137 50 


Randolph, 






60 


Russell, . 






150 Ot) 


Salem, 






25 


Salisbury, 






1,000 00 


Sandisfleld, 






62 50 


Saugus, . 






50 


Savoy, 
Sheffield, . 






62 50 






325 00 


Shelbume, 






338 00 


Somerrille, 






8 75 


Southbridge, , 






3,261 50 


Spencer, . 






2,850 00 


Springfield, 
Stockbridge, 






25,483 75 






60 


Sturbridge, 






650 50 


Taunton, . 






13,665 50 


Topsfield, 






25 


Town send, 






25 


"Wales, 






325 00 


Ware, 






3,200 75 


Warren, . 






1,725 00 


Webster, . 






3,400 75 


Wellesley, 






50 


Wendell, . 






137 50 


Wen ham, 






26 


West Sprijfigfield, . 
West Stockbridge, . 




2,075 00 




325 25 


\Yestborougb, . 




1,350 75 


Westfield, 




4,539 00 


Whately, . 




62 50 


Williamsburg, . 




50 


Williamstown, 




1 00 


W inchester, 




75 


Worcester, 




50,638 00 


Total, 


■ 


i 


$801,008 66 



Rbcbitbd on 


ACCOUITT OF 


1903 AND Prbtioub Years. 


Adams, .... $0 25 


Montague, 


$0 25 


Bedford, . 






25 


Newton, .... 


4 25 


Boston, 






916 74 


New Bedford, . 


1 00 


Brookline, 






250 


North Adams, . 


25 


Cambridge, 






26 


North Brookfield, . 


25 


Charlton, 






35000 


Norwood, . 


75 


Chelsea, . 






2 76 


Springfield, 


75 


Concord, . 






1 25 


Townsend, 


25 


Cottage City, 






26 


Watertown, 


1 60 


Essex, 






60 


Westfield, 


25 


Hinsdale, . 
Hyde Park, 






25 










25 


Total, 


$1,285 74 


Lowell, . 


1 00 







Recapitulation. 



Received on account of 1904, .... 
Received on account of 1903 and previous years. 




$802,294 40 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



101 



Statement IL 



BeTeaue B«>«elpto !■ Detoll. 



Details 20-22. 



DETAIL No. 20. 

Income Sundry Institutions. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 56.] 



Received for support of sundry inmates, from sales, etc. : 

Industrial School for Girls, 

Lyman School for Boys, 

Massachusetts Reformatory, 

Reformatory Prison for Women, 

State Farm, 

State Hospital, 

State Prison, 



S376 60 
863 73 

5,466 90 

1,863 10 
14,969 68 
22,220 07 

4,349 44 



$49,780 02 



DETAIL No. 21. 

Sale of Books. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 1.] 



Received from the Secretary of the Commonwealth for sale of 

laws, etc., 

Bradford History, 



$2,844 91 
283 00 



93,127 91 



DETAIL No. 22. 

Interest on Deposits. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 61.] 



Received from : — 
Adams National Bank, North Adams, 
Agriculture National Bank, Plttsfield, 
Appleton National Bank, Lowell, 
Arlington National Bank, Lawrence, 
Asiatic National Bank, Salem, 
Atlantic National Bank, Boston, . 
Atlas National Bank, Boston, 
Bay State National Bank, Lawrence, 
Brockton National Bank, 
Brookline National Bank, 
Bunker Hill National Bank, Boston, 
Cape Ann National Bank, 
Central National Bank, Lynn, 
Chapin National Bank, Springfield, 
Charles River National Bank, Cambridge, 
Chicopee National Bank, Springfield, 
City National Bank, Gloucester, . 
City National Bank, Holyoke, 
City National Bank, Springfield, . 
Commercial National Bank, Boston, 
Concord National Bank, 
Conway National Bank, 



1»08. 



$63 08 
42 47 
53 08 
21 23 
53 08 
21 23 
21 23 
42 47 
16 75 
81 86 
42 47 
31 86 
31 85 

169 26 
21 23 
95 66 
42 46 
67 84 
74 30 
31 85 
10 61 
10 62 



1004. 



$82 19 
447 97 
619 88 
210 26 
682 50 
242 41 
60 95 
447 98 
210 26 
338 01 
395 88 
325 00 

325 00 
1,469 93 

210 26 

1,038 06 

47 25 

917 44 

948 64 

326 70 
114 70 
114 73 



102 



AUDITOK'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



Mue Becelpte la Detail. 



Detail 22. 



Interest on Deposits — Continued. 



Dedham National Bank, 

Eliot National Bank, . 

Essex National Bank, Haverhill, . 

Falmouth National Bank, 

Fanenil Hall National Bank, Boston, 

First National Bank, Adams, 

First National Bank, Amherst, 

First National Bank, Ayer, . 

First National Bank, Boston, 

First National Bank, Ghicopee, 

First National Bank, Gardner, 

First National Bank, Gloucester, . 

First National Bank, Greenfield, . 

First National Bank, Haverhill, . 

First National Bank, Lynn, . 

First National Bank, Maiden, 

First National Bank, Marlborough, 

First National Bank, Merrimac, . 

First National Bank, New Bedford, 

First National Bank, Newburyport, 

First National Bank, Northampton, 

First National Bank, Rockland, . 

First National Bank, South Weymouth 

First National Bank, Springfield, . 

First National Bank, Webster, 

First National Bank, West Newton, 

First National Bank, Wobum, 

First Ward National Bank, Boston, 

Fitchburg National Bank, 

Fourth National Bank, Boston, 

Framingham National Bank, 

Franklin County National Bank, Greenfield 

Freeman's National Bank, Boston, 

Grafton National Bank, 

Grand National Bank, Marblehead, 

Grey lock National Bank, North Adams, 

Hampshire County National Bank, Northampton 

Haverhill National Bank, 

Hingham National Bank, 

Hoi yoke National Bank, 

Home National Bank, Holyoke, . 

Housatonic National Bank, . 

John Hancock National Bank, Springfield, 

Lawrence National Bank, 

Lechmere National Bank, 

Leicester National Bank, 

Leominster National Bank, . 

Manufacturers' National Bank, Lynn, . 

Market National Bank, Brighton, 

Martha's Vineyard National Bank, 

Massasoit National Bank, Fall Biver, . 

Mechanics' National Bank, Boston, 

Mechanics' National Bank, New Bedford, 

Mechanics' National Bank, Worcester, 

Melrose National Bank, 

Mercantile National Bank, Salem, 

Med ford National Bank, 

Merchants' National Bank, Haverhill, 

Merchants' National Bank, Lawrence, 

Merchants' National Bank, New Bedford, 



1903. 


1904. 


$42 47 


$495 89 


169 87 


1,614 06 


21 28 


210 58 


10 62 


198 63 


42 46 


643 48 


— 


256 83 


21 24 


291 47 


10 62 


114 73 


53 08 


5,983 96 


42 47 


433 94 


21 23 


291 41 


42 47 


509 94 


13 01 


382 14 


31 84 


324 93 


58 08 


405 82 


21 23 


:^67 42 


21 23 


209 92 


21 23 


210 29 


95 54 


1,175 96 


42 47 


501 71 


53 08 


550 .32 


10 62 


114 78 


21 24 


210 27 


63 69 


775 64 


10 62 


114 73 


10 62 


114 73 


31 85 


272 94 


74 31 


74106 


&3 08 


766 75 


116 78 


968 83 


31 85 


325 34 


— 


767 48 


35 62 


434 95 


10 62 


104 49 


10 62 


114 76 


10 62 


114 71 


31 84 


446 19 


81 85 


337 67 


10 62 


114 78 


63 08 


543 48 


63 12 


743 54 


19 61 


210 21 


64 38 


430 86 


53 08 


67 19 


10 61 


220 15 


958 


— 


21 23 


221 20 


31 84 


305 76 


31 83 


426 67 


21 20 


229 12 


53 09 


743 51 


1 


125 36 


95 55 


1,108 24 


63 70 


761 98 


1 — 


103 37 


53 09 


28 97 


26 28 


367 26 


10 62 


104 11 


10 61 


125 32 


106 17 


1,204 48 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



103 



Statement 11. 



Bereane Bgce i pto la Detail. 



Detail 22. 



Interest on Deposits — Continued. 



IMS. 



1»M. 



Merchants' Natiopal Bank, Newburyport, 
Merchants' National Bank, Salem, 
Merrimack National Bank, Hayerhill, 
Metacomet National Bank, . 
Metropolitan National Bank, Boston, 
Middleborough National Bank, 
Middlesex County National Bank, 
Millbnry National Bank, 
Millers Kiver National Bank, 
Monament National Bank, Boston, 
Mount Vernon National Bank, Boston, 
Natick National Bank, . 
National Bank of Redemption, Boston, 
National Bank of the Republic, Boston, 
National Granite Bank, Quincy, . 
National Mount WoUaston Bank, . 
National Security Bank, Boston, . 
National Security Bank, Lynn, 
Naumkeag National Bank, Salem, 
New England National Bank, Boston, 
Newton National Bank, 
Northampton National Bank, 
Northborough National Bank, 
Ocean National Bank, Newburyport, 
Old Boston National Bank, . 
Old Colony National Bank, . 
Old Lowell National Bank, . 
Orange National Bank, . 
Pacific National Bank, Lawrence, 
Palmer National Bank, . 
Park National Bank, Holyoke, 
People's National Bank, Boston, . 
People's National Bank, Marlborough, 
Pittsfield National Bank, 
Powow River National Bank, Amesbury, 
Prescott National Bank, Lowell, 
Quinsigamond National Bank, Worcester, 
Rockland National Bank, Boston, 
Rollstone National Bank, Fitchburg, 
Safety Fund National Bank, • 
Salem National Bank, . 
Second National Bank, Boston, 
Second National Bank, Haverhill, 
Second National Bank, Springfield, 
Shawmut National Bank, Boston, 
Somerville National Bank, 
South End National Bank, 
Spencer National Bank, 
Springfield National Bank, 
State National Bank, Boston, 
Third National Bank, Pittsfield, 
Third National Bank, Springfield, 
Townsend National Bans, . 
Union National Bank, Lowell, 
Union National Bank, Weymouth, 
Union Market National Bank, 
Wachusett National Bank, Fitchburg, 
Waltham National Bank, 
Ware National Bank, . 
Warren National Bank, Peabody, . 



921-23 
42 46 
31 85 
63 70 

63 70 
10 61 
10 61 
10 62 

10 62 
10 27 
10 60 
70e 38 
701 16 
21%3 
21 23 
31 86 
10 61 
74 31 
106 16 
42 46 
42 47 
10 62 
31 80 
31 85 

42 47 
10 62 
21 23 
10 61 
10 62 

64 79 
21 23 
63 06 
42 46 
42 47 
63 70 
74 31 
53 08 
39 38 
53 08 

894 82 
21 23 
53 08 
2,081 48 
10 61 
13 01 
10 61 
84 93 

479 46 
31 86 

106 16 
10 62 
42 46 
21 20 
10 61 
63 70 

63 70 
42 47 



9210 25 

13 70 

325 00 
777 04 
681 60 
114 66 
114 67 
114 73 
125 70 

122 25 
120 22 
125 83 

3,010 27 

6,163 12 

63 17 

22 61 

312 06 

114 67 

968 12 

1,091 42 

489 71 

439 42 

14 73 

326 01 
361 71 
367 47 
439 76 

14 39 
210 26 
176 37 
114 73 
589 04 
210 26 
713 34 
434 60 
497 27 
768 83 
785 66 
722 60 
194 87 
630 81 

7,096 05 
210 60 
734 24 
18,000 26 
114 67 
242 46 
114 71 
834 24 

3,219 17 
306 62 

1,645 89 
114 73 
436 24 

123 80 
199 61 
720 92 
273 29 
625 68 
434 62 



104 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeTeaae It««elpto !■ D«t«tl. 



Detail 22. 



Interest on Deposits — Concluded. 



Webster National Bank, 
Westminster National Bank, 
Winnisimmet National Bank, Chelsea, 
Winthrop National Bank, Boston, 
Worcester National Bank, 



Adams Trust Company, 

American Loan and Trost Company, Boston, 
Bay State Trust Company, .... 
Beacon Trust Company, Boston, . 
Berkshire Loan and Trust Company, Pittsfield, 

City Trust Company 

Columbia Trust Company, .... 
Commonwealth Trust Company, . 

Essex Trust Company, 

Federal Trust Company, .... 
Haverhill Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
International Trust Company, Boston, . 
Lowell Trust Company, .... 

Maiden Trust Company, .... 
Massachusetts Loan and Trust Company, Boston 
Mercantile Loan and Trust Company, Boston, 
Middlesex Loan and Trust Company, Lowell, 
Newton Centre Trust Company, . 
Newtonville Trust Company, 
Old Colony Trust Company, Boston, 
Plymouth Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

Brockton 

Puritan Trust Companv, Boston, . 
Salem Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
Spring^eld Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
State Street Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

Boston, 

Taunton Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
Union Loan and Trust Company, . 
United States Trust Company, Boston, 
Worcester Safe Deposit and Trust Company, 
Barine; Brothers & Co., Limited, . 
C. G. Davis, Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Metropolitan water loan sinking fund, 
State House loan sinking fund. 
Sundry towns on deferred payments. 



IMS. 



931 85 
10 62 
10 60 

180 43 



116 78 


318 50 


74 31 


74 31 


31 85 


159 25 


53 06 


63 70 


31 84 


411 04 



31 85 
74 31 
63 70 
27 39 
31 85 
31 84 
318 49 

21 23 
63 70 
42 47 

106 20 

63 70 
6 16 
44 18 
63 70 
159,24 
25 83 

22 51 



2 01 



S12,686 83 



1904. 



$441 16 
114 74 
125 16 

1,761 87 

1,020 54 
983 57 

3,356 17 
629 08 
637 69 
401 00 

1,538 72 

504 45 

40 64 

17 47 

587 66 
401 65 

1,594 90 

171 91 

214 on 

45 55 

588 35 
287 62 
325 34 
324 93 

3,885 01 

291 77 

576 02 

2:^6 99 

1,672 61 

732 17 

6164 

582 87 

1,924 25 



350 21 
153 35 



9124,468 67 



BbGAPITUL ATION . 



Received on account of 1903 

Received on account of 1904, ..... 


912,686 83 
124,468 67 


9137,155 50 
94,570 28 


Less interest on fund deposits (see Detail No. 66) , 


• • • 


Balance, revenue. ...... 


942,585 22 









1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



105 



Statement II. 



R^Tenae B««elpto l« Detail. 



Details 23-25. 



DETAIL No. 28. 

Interest on Deferred Payments. 



Received from : — 
Metropolitan water loan sinking fund, 
Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, .... 
Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, series two. 
Metropolitan sewerage loan sinking fund, north system, 
Metropolitan sewerage loan sinking fund, south system, 

Armory loan fund, 

Cambridge — Charles River dam committee, 

Collateral legacy tax, 

Public park at Nantucket, 

Sundry taxes, etc.. 



937,634 00 
9,611 97 
2,290 60 


6,629 03 

4,606 01 

1,283 68 

666 26 


13,707 65 
243 22 


2,411 84 


377,783 16 



DETAIL No. 24. 

Cambridge Assessment, Charles River Dam Committee. 



Received from Cambridge, assessment for expenses of said com- 

mittee, due in 1903 (for detail, see report of 1903, page 113) , . 

Interest (see Detail No. 23) , 



Total assessment, 



927,224 17 
666 26 

$27,789 42 



DETAIL No. 26. 

Repair of State Highways. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 47; Acts 1900, chap. 482.] 



Received from : — 



Abington, ... $66 97 


Beverly, .... 3100 60 


Acton, 






141 96 


Blackstone, 






70 19 


Acnshnet, 


■ 




118 40 


Bourne, . 






22 09 


Adams, . 






13 28 


Boxborough, 






12 09 


Agawam, . 






3 19 


Braintree, 






4 88 


Amesbury, 






47 10 


Brewster, 






389 30 


Amherst, . * 






46 60 


Brimfield, 






198 30 


Andover, . 






174 09 


Brockton, 






126 20 


Ashby, 






178 66 


Brookfield, 






47 86 


Ashfleld, . 






80 40 


Buckland, 






174 96 


Athol, 






111 20 


Burlington, 






42 60 


Attleborough, . 






132 66 


Charlemont, 






38 46 


Auburn, . 






202 60 


Charlton, . 






16 62 


Bamstaole, 






213 00 


Chatham, 






84 90 


Barre, 






144 66 


Chelmsford, 






65 97 


Becket, . 






13 33 


Cheshire, . 






129 76 


Bedford, . 






2 49 


Chester, . 






77 30 


Belchertown, . 






6.3 20 


Chioopee, 






79 36 


Bellingham, . 




• 


328 


Cohasset, . 






40 82 



106 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ReTeane B«eetpt« In DeUUl. 



Detail 25. 



Repaik op State Highways — Continued. 



Golrain. . 
Concord, . 
Cottage City, 
DaltOD, . 
Dartmouth, 
Deerfleld, 
Dennis, . 
Dighton, . 
Douglas, . 
Dudley, . 
Duxbury, . 
Eastham, . 
Easthampton, 
Easton, . . 
Edgartown, 
Erving, . 
Essex, 
Fairhaven, ' 
Fitchburg, 
Fozborough, 
Freetown, 
Giirdner, . 
Gloucester, 
Goshen, . 
Grafton, . 
Granby, . 
Great Barrington, 
Greenfield, 
Groton, . 
Groveland, 
Had ley, . 
Hamilton, 
Hancock, . 
Hard wick. 
Harvard, . 
Harwich, . 
Hatfield, . 
Haverhill, 
Hingham, 
Hinsdale, . 
Holbrook, 
Holden, . 
Huntington, 
Lakeville, 
Lancast-er, 
Lawrence, 

Leicester, 

Lenox, 

Leominster, 

Lexington, 

Lincoln, . 

Littleton, 

Lowell, 

Lunenburg, 

Mansfield, 

Marion, 

Marlborough, 

Marshfield, 

Mattapoisett, 

Merrimac, 

Methuen, . 

Middleborough, 

Millbury, . 



991 60 

98 02 

120 10 

102 15 

32 71 

143 90 

311 15 

13 19 

46 40 

29 40 
102 75 

39 90 
120 85 

40 05 
Sn 74 

102 20 

3 04 

72 45 

158 40 

12 19 
74 80 

167 80 

124 20 
95 35 

77 65 
61 60 

170 55 
66 30 
69 10 
66 31 

150 20 

57 17 

161 60 
40 95 
31 05 

175 20 

19 40 

157 40 

125 72 
34 05 
87 55 

188 05 

50 76 

163 18 

40 28 

13 35 

162 15 
243 20 
114 05 
108 90 
140 80 

58 23 

30 42 
97 04 

130 57 
3 32 

41 60 
61 88 

169 70 
94 06 

78 00 

131 85 

163 76 
52 74 



Milton, . 






$43 55 


Monson, . 






61 70 


Montague, 






72 37 


Nantucket, 






294 05 


Natick, . 






9 69 


New Brain tree. 






8 70 


Newbury, 






59 95 


Newburyport, . 






87 70 


Newton, . 






8 92 


Norfolk, . 






13 6:i 


North Adams, . 






189 05 


North Andover, 




83 75 


North Attleborough, 




113 00 


North Reading, 




27 99 


Northampton, . 




84 20 


Northborough, 




47 22 


Northfield, 




57 95 


Norwood, / 






92 08 


Orange, . 






194 45 


Orleans, . 






62 45 


Palmer, . 






126 65 


Pax ton, . 






179 85 


Phillipston, 






60 60 


Pittsfield, 






157 55 


Plymouth, 






146 05 


Princeton, 






79 55 


Provlncetown, . 






10 90 


Quincy, . 






53 05 


Randolph, 






69 15 


Raynham, 






11 55 


Reading. . 






108 77 


Rehoboth, 






78 40 


Revere, . 






62 40 


Richmond, 






96' 10 


Rockport, 






16 10 


Russell, . 






332 75 


Salem, 






69 


Sandwich, 






141 10 


Saugus, 






79 95 


Scituate, . 






88 45 


Seekonk, . 






32 55 


Shelbume, 






107 95 


Shrewsbury, 






194 75 


Somerset, . 






171 65 


South Had ley. 






219 05 


Sonthbridge, 






7 86 


Spencer, . 






62 88 


Sterling, . 






64 80 


Stoneham, 






79 10 


Stoughton, 
Sturbridge, 






2346 






29 30 


Sudburv, . 
Sunderland, 




#4 


166 19 






5 78 


Sutton , 






96 65 


Swampscott, 






74 60 


Swansea, . 






3 74 


Taunton, . 






95 15 


Templeton, 






93 30 


Tewksbury, 






93 75 


Tisbury, . 






96 56 


Townsend, 






210 55 


Truro, 






118 15 


Tyngsborough, 




60 73 


Uxbridge, 


• 




60 28 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



107 



Statement II. luiTeMne B«e«ipto in Deuai. Details 26-29. 


Repair of State Highways — Concluded, 


• 


Wales 


$52 00 


Weston, .... 


9187 60 


Walpole, .... 


60 49 


Westport, 




212 70 


Ware, .... 


114 10 


Westwood, 




11 83 


Wareham, 


121 68 


Weymouth, 




38 65 


Warren, .... 


165 00 


Whately, . 




79 60 


Watertown, 


42 50 


Wbitman, 




84 85 


Wayland, .... 
Wellesley, 


113 &5 


Wilbraham, 




130 74 


10 03 


Williamsburg, . 




105 86 


Wellfleet. 


43 01 


Williamstown, 




97 55 


Wenbam, . 


65 86 


Winchester, 




97 60 


West Boylston, 


77 66 


Windsor, . 




38 15 


West isridgewater, . 
West Brookfield, 


137 00 


Wobum, . 




101 65 


82 86 


Worcester, 




127 80 


West Newbury, 


111 75 


Wrenttiam, 




110 81 


West Springfield, . 
WestTisbury, . 


67 65 
142 a5 


Yarmouth, ... 439 90 
Secretary, State Highway 
Com m ission ,use of steam 


Westborongh, . 


35 70 


Westfield, 


290 40 


roller, . 


12 50 


Westford, 


42 78 







Westminster, . 


149 66 


Total, 


. 918,923 11 



DETAIL No. 26. 

Board of Insane in Boston Insane Hospital. 



Received from executive oflScer, State Board of Insanity, . 



9865 26 



DBTAIL No. 27. 

Board of Insane in City or Town Almshouses. 



Received from executive officer. State Board of Insanity, . 



9604 75 



DBTAIIi No. 28. 

Attorney-General Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 7, sect. '20.] 



Received from the Attorney-General, 



9711 40 



DETAIL No. 29. 

Clerk Supreme Judicial Court Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 1G5, sect. 2.] 



Received from the clerk. 



9900 00 



108 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



B«Tenne H«eelpto In DeUUl. 



Details 30-85. 



DETAIL No. 80. 

Reporter of Decisions Fees. 

[Revised liaws, cbap. 165, sect. 67.] 



Received from the reporter, 



914 00 



DETAIL No. 81. 

Commissioner of Corporations Fees. 

[Acts 1903, chap. 437.] 



Received from the oommissioner, 



93,618 as 



DETAIL No. 82. 

Foreign Corporations Fees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 126; Acts 1903, chap. 437, sect. 91.] 



Received from sundry corporations, 



99,690 00 



DETAIL No. 88. 

District Police Fees. 



Received from the chief. 



916 45 



DETAIL No. 34. 

Board of Registration in Dentistry Fees. 



Received from secretary of the Board, 



93,290 00 



DETAIL No. 86. 

Board of Registration in Medicine Fees. 



Received from secretary of the Board, 



97,620 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



109 



Statement II. 



BeTeaae R«celpto !■ I^toll. 



Details 86-41. 



DBTAIL No. 86. 

Board of Registration in Pharmacy Fees. 



Received from aecretaiy of the Board : 

Examinations, 

Liquor certificates to dmggists, . 



91,407 00 
1,243 00 



$2,650 00 



DETAIL No. 37. 

Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine Fees. 



Received from secretary of the Board, 



9811 00 



DBTAIL No. 88. 

Automobile Licenses. 



Received from Massachusetts Highway Commission, . 



919,222 00 



DBTAIL No. 89. 

Sales of Confiscated Liquors. 



Received from chief of District Police, 



92,400 54 



DBTAIL No. 40. 

Sales of Ballot-boxes. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 5, sect. 1.] 



Received from Secretary of the Commonwealth, 



9500 00 



DBTAIL No. 41. 

Sales of Massachusetts Atlas Sheets. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 56.] 



Received from Harhor and Land Commission, for sheets and 
maps sold, 



9226 70 



110 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BeTemae Bceelpte I« Detail. 



Details 42-47. 



DBTAIIi No. 42. 

Sales of Quahtermaster-General^s Supplies. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 56.] 



Beoeived from the Adjutant-Oeneral, sales of old material, 



9787 02 



DBTAUi No. 43. 

Sales of Hides, etc., Cattle Bureau. 



Received from chairman, 



93,106 05 



' DBTAIL No. 44. 

Sales of Lobsters, Fisheries and Game Commission. 



Received from the commission, 



9126 60 



DBTAIL No. 45. 

Legislative Bulletin Subscriptions. 

[Resolves 1902, chap. 3.] 



Received from the Sergeant-at-Arms, 



9418 00 



DBTAIL No. 46. 

Sales of Old Furniture, etc. 



Received from the Sergeant-at-Arms, 



91,087 85 



DETAIL No. 47. 

Penalties for Illegal Sale of Dairy Products. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 56, sects. 49 and 00, chap. 89, sect. IS.] 



Received from sondry courts, 



920 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



Ill 



Statement II. 



BeTenne It««elpto !■ ]>eiAll. 



Details 48-52. 



DETAIL ISO. 48. 

Penalties fok Forfeiture of Contracts. 



Received from secretary of the Highway Commission, on account 
of James D. Shea et al,, 



$600 00 



DBTAIL No. 40. 

Penalties for Infringement of Fish Laws. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 91, sects. 181-184.] 



Received from sundry ooorts, 



91,606 00 



DBTAIL No. 50. 

Penalties for Failure to make Returns to the State Board 

of Charity. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 81, sect. 42.] 



Received from sundry cities and towns. 



9340 00 



DBTAIL No. 51. 

Penalties for Illegal Insurance. 



Received from : — 
National Surety Company, . 
Royal Exchange Assurance Company, 



91,000 00 
15,200 00 

916,200 00 



DBTAIL No. 52. 

Sundry Receipts, State Boards of Charity and Insanity. 



State insane panpers, .... 
Burial of panpers, .... 

Temporary aid to panpers, . 
Indigent and neglected children, . 
Support of pauper infants, 
Education of cnlldren, . . . . 
State Board of Insanity, expenses, 
State Board of Charity, transportation. 
State Board of Charity, adult poor, 



97 42 


18 10 


1 80 


199 00 


70 27 


621 00 


15 00 


47 90 


26 00 



91,004 94 



112 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



ReTeii«e Bccelpte In Detell. 



Details 53-56. 



DBTAIIi No. 63. 

Receipts on Sundry Expense Accounts. 



State armorioB, 
Militia transportation, . 
Militia rifle practice, . 
State Board of Health, . 
Parity of inland waters, 
State Forester, 
House stationery, . 
Witness fees before committees, 
Care of State House, 
Province lands, 



$20 12 

7 96 
60 

38 00 
.30 00 

8 63 
1 25 

24 00 
238 25 
190 54 



$559 25 



DETAIL No. 64. 

Rent of Great Ponds. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 56.] 



Arthur V. Looke, . 
Thomas D. Crowell, 
Allen Norton, treasurer. 



$1 00 

100 

25 00 



$27 00 



DETAIL No. 66. 
FiTCHBURG, FOR SUPPORT OF NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Received from city of Fitchburg, 



$14,499 40 



DETAIL No. 66. 

Improvement of Sudbury Meadows. 

[Acts 1894, chap. 426.] 



Received from assessments : — 



Bedford, 

Billerica, 

Carlisle, 

Concord, 

Lincoln, 



$117 01 

82 84 

81 29 

388 56 

28 48 



Sudbury, . 
Wayland, 

Total, 



$.347 92 
516 43 

$1,562 53 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



113 



Statement II. 



B«Teii«e Recelyte In DeUill. 



Details 67-62. 



DETAIL No. 67. 

Public Park at Nantucket. 

I Acts 1903, chaps. 433 and 485.] 



Town of Kantucket, first assessment, 



$366 76 



DETAIIi No. 68. 

Westfield Normal School. 



Received from G. B. Tillinghast, treasurer, real estate sold, 



$7,a'K) 00 



DETAIL No. 69. 

Conscience Fund 



Beceived from unknown person, 



$10 00 



DETAIL No. 60. 

Bureau of Labor 



Beceived from chief of Bureau, waste material sold, . 



$295 24 



DETAIL No. 61. 

Massachusetts State Firemen^s Association. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 32, sect. 75.] 



Beceived from treasurer, unexpended balance, . 



$1 28 



DETAIL No. 62. 

Care and Custody op Trust Deposits. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 6.] 



Beceived from sundry companies. 



$2,768 84 



114 



AUDITORS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 



BATeMae » ec g lyto In D«tell. 



Detail 68. 



DBTAIL No. 68. 

Railroad Commissioners Tax. 

[RevlBed Laws, chap. Ill, sect. 10.] 



Bbcbipts. 
From the following-named corporations to defray 
expenses of the Railroad Commission for six 
months ending Dec. 31, 1903: — 

Railroads. 

Boston & Albany, 

Boston & Maine, 

Boston, Rev^^re Beach Sc Lynn, .... 

Gape Ann Granite, 

Grafton & Upton, 

Hoosac Tunnel &- Wilmington 

New London Northern, 

New York, New Haven Sc Hartford, 

Union Freight, 



Street Railways. 

Amesbury & Hampton 

Amherst & Sunderland, 

Athol & Orange, 

Berkshire 

Blue Hill, 

Boston Elevated 

Boston & Northern, .... 
Boston & Worcester, .... 

Bristol & Norfolk 

Bristol County, 

Brockton & Plymouth 

Citizens' Electric 

Concord, Maynard & Hudson, 

Conway, 

Cottage City & Edgartown Traction, . 
Dartmouth & Westport, 

East Taunton, 

Fitchburg& Leominster, 
Gardner, Westminster & Fitchburg, 
G^eorgetown, Rowley & Ipswich, . 
Greenfield & Turners Falls, . 
Greenfield, Deerfield & Northampton, . 

Hampshire, 

Haverhill & Amesbury, 
Haverhill, Georgetown & Dan vers, 
Haverhill & Southern New Hampshire, 

Holyoke, 

Hoosac Valley, 

Interstate Consolidated, 

Lawrence & Methuen, .... 

Lexington & Boston, .... 

Linwood, 

Lowell & Boston, 

Lowell & Pelham, 

Marlborough & Westborough, 

Medfield & Medway 

Middleboro, Wareham & Buzzards Bay, 
Mil ford & Uxbridge, .... 
Milford, Attleborough & Woonsocket, . 
Nantucket Central, .... 



Amount carried forward t 



93,206 22 

5,898 49 

185 08 

17 

29 52 

7 84 

140 86 

7,073 60 

29 09 



S9 78 


9 78 


13 86 


110 04 


12 77 


4,143 08 


1,449 09 


69 33 


2 47 


19 16 


32 45 


63 58 


20 00 


3 09 


1 54 


49 n 


11 96 


95 07 


33 05 


13 74 


2<) 10 


14 19 


3 48 


52 00 


10 57 


17 20 


122 67 


67 79 


70 48 


17 90 


54 15 


4 31 


3 93 


7 47 



11 64 


7 94 


68 96 


53 26 


26 00 


2 05 



916,670 77 



316,670 77 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



115 



Statement II. 



ReTeB«e Rea rt yto lo D«tell. 



Detail 64. 



Railroad Commissioners Tax — Concluded. 



Amount-brought forwardt 



Natiok & Coohituate, . 
New Bedford & Onset, . 

Newton, 

Newton & Boston, . 
Norfolk & Bristol, . 
Norfolk & Western, 
Northampton & Amherst, 
Northampton, 
Norton So Taunton, 
Norwood, Canton & Sharon, . 
Old Colony, .... 
Pittsfield Bleotrio, 
Plymouth & Sandwich, . 
Providence & Fall River, 
Shelbume Falls & Colrain, . 
Sonthbridge & Sturbridge, . 
South Middlesex, . 
Springfield, .... 
Springfield & Eastern, . 
Tempieton, .... 

Union, 

Uxbridge & Blaokstone, 
Warren, Brookfield & Spencer, 
Westborough & Hopkinton, . 
Woonsocket, .... 
Worcester & Blackstone Valley, 
Worcester & Connecticut, 
Worcester & Holden, . 
Worcester & Southbridge, 
Worcester Consolidated, 
Woronoco 



929 80 
19 25 
94 52 
22 68 

18 27 
27 26 

19 42 
51 .% 
16 31 

2 73 

820 61 

53 55 

2 42 
14 77 

5 00 
11 63 
24 71 

328 66 

61 05 

40 64 

116 71 

8 34 

40 66 

4 86 

6 03 
69 12 
56 8:3 

4 24 

38 51 
471 68 

39 40 



«16,570 77 



9,429 39 



926,000 16 



RbC APITUL ATION . 



Received from railroads, 
Received from street railways, 



$16,670 77 
9,429 39 



926,000 16 



DBTAIL No. 64. 

Gas anp Electric Light Commissioners Tax. 

[To defray expenses of the Gas and Electric Light Commission for six mouths ending 

Dec. 31, 1903. — Revised Laws, chap. 121, sec't. -4.] 



Rbcbipts. 
From the following-named companies : 



Electric com^nies: — 
Abington and Kock- 

land, ... 912 01 
Amesbnry, 12 68 

Attleborongh, . 20 49 



Aver, 

Blackstone, 
Block Plant, 
Cambridge, 



S3 65 

4 40 

12 57 

94 47 



116 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement II. 


Bevenne Recelyte In Detell. 


Detail 64. 


Gas and Electric Light Commissioners Tax — Continued. 


Central Massachusetts, $21 60 i Montague, 


9008 




Chester, . 


68 Northampton, . 


21 66 




Cohasset, . 


6 61 


Orange, . 
Pittsfield, 


6 18 




Conway, . 


1 47 


48 89 




Edison, Boston, 


. 1,477 69 


Plymouth, 


14 62 




Edison, Brockton, 


48 60 Quincy, . 


24 61 




Fall River, 


97 29 


Randolph and Hoi- 






Fozborough, . 


2 44 


brook, . 


6 26 




Franklin, . 


2 02 


Rawson, . 


3 99 




Gardner, . 


10 95 


Salem, 


56 74 




Gloucester, 


34 90 


Shelburn'e Falls, 


1 99 




Grafton, . 


2 73 


South Hadley Falls, 


2 19 




Great Barrington, . 


12 6.") 


Steam and Power, 


6 29 




Greenfield, 


16 46 


Union, 


596 




Haverhill, 


39 91 


United, . 


143 59 




Hyde Park, 


62 6,'i 


Uxbridge & North- 






Lice, • • • 


6 6.3 


bridge, . 


11 02 




Lenox, 


6 Oi) 


U. S. Adams ol 






Leominster, 


14 99 


Townsend, . 


47 




Lowell, . 


110 21 


Ware, 


4 74 




Maiden, . 


82 93 


Webster, . 


16 12 




Marlborough, . 


14 78 


Weston, . 


6 42 




Medtield, . 


13 96 


Weymouth, 


15 66 




Medway, . 
Mil ford, . 


72 ; Whitman, 


6 39 




8 76 Winchendon, . 


485 




Millbury, . 


3 82 Worcester, 


131 96 




Mill River 


26 




$2,789 89 


^■XliA JLvATwA| • 




Gas companies: — 


* 








Adams, 


$12 39 


Maiden & Melrose, 


. 9100 66 




Amesbury & Salis- 




Marlborough-Hudso] 


D, 13 46 




bury, 


6 89 


Massachusetts Pipe 


\ 




Amherst, . 


9 87 


Line, 


270 21 




Arltiigton, 


13 88 


Marion, . 


1 17 




Attleborongh, . 


21 10 


Milford, . 


11 10 




Bay State, 


260 06 


Natick, . 


7 52 




Boston, . 


638 96 


Newton & Water- 




• 


Brockton, 


49 66 


town, . 


148 98 




Brookline, 


635 11 


North Adams, . 


71 17 




Cambridge, 


237 63 


Northampton, . 


25 97 




Chelsea, . 


67 14 


North Attleborough 


16 19 




Chicopee, 


15 06 


Norwood, . 


8 80 




Citizens', Quinoy, . 


10 06 


Otis, 


6 46 




Clinton, . 


22 38 


PiUsfield Coal Gas, 


3409 




Danvers, . 


3 39 


Plymouth, 


6 66 




Dorchester, 


176 44 


Roxbury, . 


147 84 




East Boston, . 


56 96 


Salem, 


57 04 




Easthampton, . 


758 


South Boston, . 


73 28 




Fall River, 


145 47 


Spencer, . 


7 84 




Framingham, . 


9 88 


Springfield, 


139 31 




Gardner, . 


6 78 


South Deerfield, 


47 




Gloucester, 


31 25 


South Hadley, . 


41 




Greenfield, 


5 64 


Taunton, . 


47 24 




Haverhill, 


74 49 


Waltham, 


84 84 




Ipswich, . 
Jamaica Plain, 


3 96 


Williamstown, 


6 21 




64 60 


Wobum, . 


11 63 




Lawrence, 


208 01 


Worcester, 


200 89 




Leominster. 


6 76 






4,398 38 


Lowell, . 


212 66 




• • • 


Amount carried 


fortoard. 


• • • • 


97,188 27 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



117 



Statement 11. 



B«Ten«e Reeeli»to In Detell. 



Detail 65. 



Gas and Electric Light Commissioners Tax— Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 


Gkks and electric companies :— 


Athol, 


$13 06 


Beverly, . 


36 86 


Gharlestown, . 


126 69 


Cottage City, . 


6 19 


Dedham & Hyde 




Park, . 


13 70 


Fitchbnrg, 


66 74 


Lexington, 


9 82 


Lvnn, 
Marblehead, 


248 07 


3 69 



Nantucket, . $2 86 
New Bedford Gas 

and Edison Light, 160 67 

Newbnryport, . . 26 93 

People's, Stoneham, 3 90 

Southbridge, . 10 88 

Stonghton, . . 6 28 

Suburban, . 42 89 

Westborough, . . 6 58 



Fees from Inspection of Electric Meters. 
From sundry companies, 



$7,188 27 



772 69 



$7,960 96 
306 



$7,964 02 



Recapitulation. 



Gas and Electric Light Commissioners tax, . 
Fees from inspection of electric meters, 



$7,960 96 
3 06 



$7,964 02 



DETAIL No. 66. 

Temporary Advances to Funds. 



Received from : — 

Charles River basin fund 

Interest on metropolitan parks, series two, fund. 
Interest on metropolitan sewerage, south system, fund. 
Metropolitan water maintenance fund. 
Income technical education fund, U.S. grant, . 



$7,869 66 

20,222 77 

46,174 70 

391 86 

1,726 07 

$76,374 06 



118 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



StaTBUENT I [I. SpeelAl Becelpte* 



ito, ^te. Details 66, 67. 



STATEMENT III. 
Receipts and Payments for Special Purposes in Detail, 

IXCLUDIXG DiSTRIBUTIOX OF CORPORATION TaX, ETC. 

DETAIL No. 66. 

Interest on Deposits of Sundky Funds. 



Rbckipts. 
From sandry banks {nee Detail No. 22) , 

Patmbnts. 
Abolition grade crossings loan sinking fund, 
Armory loan sinking fund, .... 
Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company, 
Charles River basin loan sinking fund. 
Commonwealth flats improvement fund, 
Technical education fund, Commonwealth grant 
Harbor improvement loan fund. 
Harbor compensation fund, . 
Land court fund, . 
Massachusetts school fund, . 
Massachusetts volunteers fund, 
Massachusetts war loan fund, 
Medfield Insane Asylum loan sinking fund, . 
Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, . 
Metropolitan parks loan sinking fund, series two 
Metropolitan parks trust fund, 
Metropolitan sewerage loan sinking fund. 
Metropolitan water loan sinking fund, . 
Prisons and hospitals loan sinking fund, 
Robert C. Billings Normal School, Framingham 

fund, 

Robert C. Billings Normal Art School fund, 

State highway loan sinking fund, . 

State House loan sinking tandf 

Franklin H. Bishop bequest, .... 



$13,067 51 

968 80 

1,»14 46 

2,393 68 

662 88 

1,206 02 

791 40 

671 38 

220 36 

881 40 

607 60 

112 49 

4,396 78 

9,797 72 

8,343 66 

285 

4,531 17 

12,722 20 

16,187 69 

12 M 

12 54 

11,266 09 

3,886 92 

94 67 



$94,670 28 



$94,670 28 



DETAIL No. 67. 

Summer Census, Assessments. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6, sect. 56.] 



Hull, . 
Lenox, . 
Nahant, . 
Salisbury, 



Receipts. 



$247 86 
126 36 i 
92 23 
94 37 



$660 81 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCIBIENT — No. 6. 



119 



Statement III. S9««tai wfe^ipUt ^mrmamutmn mu. Details 68-70. 



Summer Census, Assessments — Concluded. 



Patmsvts. 
For enameiaton servioes and expenaes: — 

Hull 

Lenox, 

Nahant, 

Salisbury, 



$247 SR 

126 36 

92 23 

94 37 



$060 81 



DBTAIIi No. 68. 

United States, for ENf>owMENT of Colleges for Agriculture 

AND Mechanic Arts. 

[Acts 1891, chap! 428.] 



Rkcbiptb. 
From the United States, 


• • • 

$8,333 34 
16,666 66 


$25,000 00 


Payments. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, . 


$25,000 00 







DETAIL No. 69. 

United States, for the Massachusetts Soldiers' Home. 



From the United Stotes, 



BSCBIFTS. 



Patmbntb. 
Massachusetts Soldiers' Home, . 



$27,876 43 



$27,876 43 



DETAIL No. 70. 

Temporary Loans. 

[Resolves 1904, chap. 3.] 



19M. RbCBIPTS. 1 

April 7, National Shawmut Bank, Boston, due 

Nov. 15, 1904, interest at 3. 60 per cent., $1,600,000 00 

May 12, Lee, Higginson & Co., due Nov. 16, 1901, , 

interest at 3.09 per cent, . . ' 1,000,000 00 

July 26, National Shawmut Bank, Boston, due ; 

Nov. 15, 1904, interest at 2. 50 per cent. , ' 1,000,000 00 



Patmbkts. 
Paid the ahove named at maturity, 



$3,600,000 00 



$3,500,000 00 



120 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement III. Sp«elal B^celpU, Payneiato, eU). 



Detail 71. 



DBTAIL No. 71. 

Corporation Tax, etc. 



Corporation Tax. 

Receipts. 
Corporation tax collected for cities and towns (see Detail No. 2), 

Payments. 
[ReTised Laws, chaip U, sects 61 and 63.] 
Distributed as follows: — 



Abington, 


. $763 63 


Acton, 


. 2,834 96 


Acnshnet, 


119 67 


Adams, 


. 6,376 34 


Agawam, 


866 06 


Amesbury, 


. 3,284 03 


Amherst, . 


. 1,949 37 


Andover, . 


. 11,090 52 


Arlington, 


. 5,604 78 


Ashbumham, . 


88 89 


Ashby, 


499 8:^ 


Ashfield, . 


42 51 


Ashland, . 


300 11 


Athol. 


. 2.0,37 53 


Attleboroagh, . 


. 1,848 99 


Auburn, . 


160 48 


Avon, 


617 89 


Ayer, 


. 1,187 09 


Barnstable, 


. 8,431 54 


Barre, 


698 64 


Becket, . 


129 94 


Bedford, . 


. 1,226 73 


Belchertown, . 


HI 68 


Bellingham, . 


92 18 


Belmont, . 


. 7,962 25 


Berkley, . 


88 36 


Berlin, 


39 78 


Bernardston, 


322 71 


Beverly, . 


. 29.271 24 


Billerica, . 


. 5,712 39 


Blackstone, 


132 55 


Blandford, 


203 77 


Bolton, 


25 32 


Boston, 


93:^,452 60 


Bourne, . 


. 4,704 69 


Bozborough, . 


30 13 


Box ford, . 


3,348 67 


Boylston, . 


81 56 


Brain tree. 


. 6,042 27 


Brewster, 


363 05 


Bridgewater, . 


1.610 64 


Brim field. 


114 63 


Brockton, 


21,539 49 


Brookfield, 


1,050 42 


Brookline, 


187,837 24 


Buckland, 


32 64 


Burlington, 


504 30 


Cambridge, 


. 74,778 70 


Canton, . 


8,050 73 


Carlisle, . 


12 16 


Carver, 


685 62 



Charlemont, 

Charlton, 

Chatham, 

Chelmsford, 

Chelsea, . 

Cheshire, 

Chester, . 

Chesterfield, 

Chicopee, 

Chilmark, 

Clinton, . 

Cohasset, 

Colrain, . 

Concord, 

Conway, , 

Cottage City, 

Cummington, 

Dal ton, . 

Dana, 

Danvers, 

Dartmouth, 

Dedham, 

Deerfield, 

Dennis, . 

Dighton, 

Douglas, 

Dover, . 

Dracut, . 

Dudley, . 

Dunstable, 

Duxbury, 

East Bridgewater, 

East Longmeadow, 

Eastham, 

Easthampton, 

Easton, . 

Edgartown, 

Egremont, 

Enfield, . 

Erving, . 

Essex, 

Everett, . 

Fairhaven, 

Fall River, 

Falmouth, 

Fitchburg, 

Fox borough, 

Framingham, 

Franklin, 

Freetown, 

Gardner, 



80 
79 
62 
58 
74 
89 
76 
40 



17 
71 
92 
40 
52 
59 



816 

102 

315 

1,006 

8,349 

283 

41 

14 

7,470 49 

25 16 

8,125 48 

12,640 41 

630 89 

10,939 71 

76 61 

96 

18 

8.190 

661 

4,189 

5,640 

11,344 03 

855 37 

844 59 

136 63 

416 69 

3,230 04 

108 14 

338 21 

367 01 

2,167 

1,874 

7 

249 

2,520 

12,689 32 

699 19 

212 

l,a33 

99 

640 

2,970 33 

2,162 69 

26,647 24 

15,961 04 

32,.361 16 

174 07 

20,110 80 

2,003 63 

430 38 

1,960 58 



49 
39 
08 
37 
40 



40 
44 
06 
20 



$4,026,600 66 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



121 



Statement III. ' Spe«lal B«c«lpU. Payneato, etc. 



Detail 71 



Corporation Tax, etc. — Continued, 



Georgetown, 

Gill, 

Gloucester, 

GoBheD, . 

GosDold, . 

Grafton, . 

Granby, . 

Granville, 

Great Barrington, 

Greenfield, 

Greenwich, 

Groton, . 

Groveland, 

Hadley, . 

Halifax, . 

Hamilton, 

Hampden, 

Hancock, . 

Hanover, . 

Hanson, . 

Hardwick, 

Harvard, . 

Harwich, . 

Hatfield, . 

Haverhill, 

Hawley, . 

Heath, , 

Hingham, 

Hinsdale, 

Holbrook, 

Hoi den, . 

Holland, . 

HoUiston, 

Holyoke, . 

Hopedale, 

Hopkinton, 

Huobardston, 

Hudson, . 

Hull, 

Huntington, 

Hyde Park, 

Ipswich, . 

Kingston, 

Lakeville, 

Lancaster, 

Lanesborough, 

Lawrence, 

XjQQf m 

Leicester, 
Lenox, 
Leominster, 
Leverett, . 
Lexington, 
Leyden, . 
Lincoln, . 
Littleton, . 
Longmeadow, 
Lowell, . 
Ludlow, . 
Lunenburg, 
Lynn, 
Lynnfield, 
Maiden, . 
Manchester, 





$303 &5 




25 73 




. 8,031 16 




2 65 




24 91 




2,762 67 




81 85 




131 94 


on, 


. 10,280 66 




. 9,934 04 




3807 




. 6,316 08 




60 80 




150 80 




80 18 




. 6,481 51 




10 11 




160 26 




. 1,362 06 




97 43 




90^ 82 




. 1,630 07 




769 23 




288 10 




. 19,077 81 




07 




31 31 




. 9,849 48 




884 56 




876 72 




770 17 




4 75 




750 27 




. 37,5f)2 43 




. 7,152 11 




. 1,189 37 




163 19 




. 6,146 56 




542 25 




275 61 




. 6,224 59 




. 5,498 66 




. 3,316 45 




225 29 




. 6,904 88 




19 27 




. 18,492 33 




. 1.667 87 




. 3,480 84 




. 2,838 96 




. 8,548 42 




50 78 




. 10,899 82 




26 52 




. 5,283 22 




616 27 




. 1,030 45 




. 66,331 18 




206 38 




51 48 




26,612 18 




227 53 




50,297 10 


• • 


39,613 28 



Mansfield, 

Marblehead, 

Marion, . 

Marlborough, 

Marshfield, 

Mash pee, 

Mattapoisett, 

Maynard, 

Medfield, 

Med ford, 

Medway, 

Melrose, . 

Men don, . 

Merrimac, 

Methuen, 

Middleborough, 

Middlefield, 

Middleton, 

Mil ford, . 

Millbury, 

Millis, . 

Milton, . 

Monroe, . 

Monson, . 

Montague, 

Monterey, 

Montgomery, 

Nahant, . 

Nantucket, 

Natick, . 

Need ham, 

New Bedford, 

New Braintree, 

New Marlborough 

New Salem, . 

Newbury, 

Newburyport, 

Newton, . 

Norfolk, . 

North Adams, 

North Andover, 

North Attleborough 

North Brookfield, 

North Reading, 

Northampton, 

Northborough, 

North bridge, 

Northfield, 

Norton, . 

Norwell, 

Norwood, 

Oakham, 

Orange, . 

Orleans, . 

Otis, 

Oxford, . 

Palmer, . 

Paxton, . 

Peabody, 

Pelham, . 

Pembroke, 

Pepperell, 

Peru, 

Petersham, 



$926 98 

9,393 31 

1,089 06 

7,461 04 

1,575 20 

08 

4,023 17 

246 87 

1,973 88 

16,604 94 

172 07 

8,181 47 

43 57 

1,181 46 

3,761 58 

4,327 86 

55 36 

7 40 

2,751 79 

700 12 

162 24 

57,191 57 

47 18 

3,705 02 

1,122 86 

105 95 

18 

28,158 16 

2,266 52 

3,082 47 

6,565 64 

56,234 78 

200 33 

61 69 

28 70 

633 16 

10,537 34 

94,061 34 

93 

14,685 30 

10,239 65 

1,002 65 

1,516 76 

42 72 

11,239 23 

471 87 

17,672 68 

9&5 80 

147 82 

1,791 07 

7,755 34 

5 22 

5,372 62 

732 16 

31 

2,384 67 

589 30 

02 

2,820 51 

69 36 

397 60 

2,331 25 

32 

606 96 



122 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement III. s»««iai B««eipto, pa^rmeMto, c««. 



Detail 71. 



CoKPORATiON Tax, etc. — Continued. 




Phillipston, . 


813 11 


Templeton, . 
Tewksbury, 


$716 37 




Pittsfield. 


. 16,372 81 


283 39 




Plainfield, 


92 53 


Tisbury, . 


29607 




Plymouth, 


. 12,021 43 


Tolland, . 


14 




Plympton, 


39 69 


Topsfield, 
Townsend, 


2,307 26 




Prescott, . 


24 


691 85 




Princeton, 


469 69 


Truro, . 


32 01 




Provincetown, . 


624 67 


Tyngsborottgh. 


677 00 




Quincy, . 


. 10,626 18 


Tyringham, . 


2906 




Randolph, 


. 3,870 83 


Upton, . 


904 15 




Raynham, 


268 97 


Uxbridge, 


4,243 36 




Reading, . 


. 3,078 12 


Wakefield, . 


. 3,022 57 




Rehoboth, 


16 64 


Wales, . 


10 03 




Revere, 


605 68 


Walpole, 


727 15 




Richmond, 


32 14 


Waltham, 


. 21,523 03 




Rochester, 


118 40 


Ware, 


6,827 61 




Rockland, 


1,756 06 


Wareham, 


. 4,262 09 




Rock port. 


704 96 


Warren, . 


. 2,777 34 




Rowe, 


94 47 


Warwick, 


38 06 




Rowley, . 


144 96 


Washington, . 


10 


• 


Royalston, 


615 35 


Watertown, . 


14,248 34 




Russell, . 


33 09 


Wavland, 
W ebster. 


2,130 62 




Rutland, . 


42 12 


, 3,969 96 




Salem, 


38,004 70 


Wellesley, 


. 16,880 65 




Salisbury,- 


105 63 


Wellfleet, 


137 64 




Sandistield, 


4 46 


Wendell, 


1 70 




Sandwich, 


552 34 


Wenham, 


1,600 88 




Saudis, . 


673 09 


West Boylston, 


237 96 




Scituate, . 


. 1,700 26 


West Brldgewater, . 


399 21 




Seekonk, . 


36 88 


West Brpok field, . 


959 27 




Sharon, . 


. 1,256 08 


West Newbury. 
West Springfield, 
West Stockbridge, . 


225 73 




Sheffield, . 


939 16 


. 3,211 03 




Shelburne, 


417 22 


271 10 




Sherborn, 


157 73 


West Tisbury, 


137 26 




Shirley, . 


466 46 


Westborough, 


, 1,398 18 




Shrewsbury, 


. 1,820 76 


Westfield, 


. 8,002 70 




Shutesbury, 


9 23 


West ford. 


8,296 24 




Somerset, . 


86 20 


Westhampton, 


9 70 




Somerville, 


21,704 06 


Westminster, . 


644 65 




South Hadley, . 


2,678 83 


Weston, . 


. 21,932 68 




Southampton, . 


6 27 


Westport, 


988 66 




Southborough, . 


5,361 01 


West wood. 


. 3.111 81 




Southbridge, . 


. 7,488 29 


Weymouth, . 


. 2,718 61 




South wick. 


107 74 


Whately, 


5 77 




Spencer, . 


7,212 66 


Whitman, 


769 82 




Springfield, 


. 104,768 81 


Wilbraham, . 


, 1,004 66 




Sterling, . 


301 65 


Williamsburg, 


124 68 




Stockbridge, . 


8,024 21 


Williamstown, 


577 59 




Stoneham, 


. 1,126 97 


Wilmington, . 


305 79 




Stoughton, 


2,774 96 


Winchendon, . 


. 1,319 94 




Stow, 


269 68 


Winchester, . 


. 17,716 79 




Sturbridge, 


204 78 


Winthrop, 


. 2,302 60 




Sudbury, . 


938 16 


Wobum, 


, 6,481 99 




Sunderland, 


11 65 


W orcester. 


. 171,974 64 




Sutton, 


229 81 


Worthington, . 


6 91 




Swampscott, . 


. 11,676 84 


Wrentham, 


537 45 




Swansea, . 


1,134 97 


Yarmouth, 


. 3,017 46 




Taunton, . 


31,795 62 
fonoard^ 






$3,001,601 0^ 


* • • 


Amount carried. 


$3,001,601 02 



1905.] 



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123 



dTAtEHBNT III. Speelml Itocelpto, Pa^rmento, «l«. 



Detail 71. 



Corporation Tax, etc. — Continued. 




Amount brought forward^ 


• ■ • • 


• • • 


93,001,501 02 


Paid the following-named cities and towns on account of pre- 




vloas years : — 








Abington, $8 79 


Hamilton, 


9441 36 




Acushnet, 


2 32 


Harvard, 


546 91 




Agawam, . 


92 49 


Harwich, 


16 




Amesbu^, 


41 16 


Haverhill, 


403 38 




Amherst, . 


41 


Heath, . 


39 15 




Andover, . 


167 6B 


Hingham, 
Holliston, 


204 55 




Arlington, 


192 74 


16 96 




Ashfield, . 


1 00 


Holyoke, 


595 90 




Attleborough, . 


32 


Hopedale, 
Huason, . 


138 10 




Auburn, . 


1 93 


. 4,446 82 




Ayer, 


16 


Hyde Park, . 


627 75 




Barnstable, 


. 1,988 22 


Ipswich, . 


. 2,146 96 




Belmont, . 


132 48 


Lancaster, 


580 




Beverly, . 


. 9,813 96 


Lawrence, 


281 66 




Boston, 


. 12,462 89 


Lexington, 


47 49 




Brain tree, 


215 80 


Leyden, . 


60 75 




Bridffewater, . 
BrocKton, 


1 85 


Lincoln, . 


5a5 69 




115 96 


Longmeadow, 


271 44 




Brookline, 


14,799 31 


Lowell, . 


84 62 




Buckland, 


3 61 


Lynn, 
^lalden, . 


. 1,268 18 




Cambridge, 


6,039 88 


976 82 




Gharlemont, 


953 


Manchester, . 


. 5,644 42 




Chatham, 


68 11 


Marion, . 


84 62 




Chelmsford, 


. • 333 30 


Marlborough, . 


1 64 




Chelsea, . 


1,138 09 


Marshfield, . 


33 49 




Chicopee, 


41 


Mattapoisett, . 


613 73 




Cohasset, . 


1,767 41 


Med ford. 


. 1,128 55 




Colrain, . 


48 .38 


Medway, 


41 




Concord, . 


1 71 


Melrose,. 


304 27 




Conway, . 
Cummington, . 


169 47 


Methuen, 


10 09 




4 10 


Middleborough, 


6 31 




Danvers, . 


16 


Mllford, . 


8 66 




Dartmouth, 


293 19 


Milton, . 


3,906 89 




Dedham, . 


. 2,946 69 


Monson, . 


4 10 




Dennis, . 


16 


Montague, 


60 




Douglas, . 


16 


Nahant, . 


49 




Dover, 


167 37 


Natick, . 


558 22 




Dudley, . 


200 36 


Keedham, 


898 88 




Duxbury, . 

East Bridgewater, 


5 18 


Newbury, 


46 05 




26:^43 


Newburyport, 


317 92 




Easthampton, . 


1 00 


Newton, . 


4,346 34. 




Erving, . 


131 52 


North Andover, 


976 36 




Essex, 


14 24 


North Attleborough 


24 




Everett, . 


127 42 


Northampton, 


25 08 




Fall River, 


19 83 


Northborough, 


25 14 




Falmouth, 


. 1,640 98 


Norwell, 


8a3 88 




Fitchburg, 
Framingham, . 


596 17 


Orleans, . 


500 




2 49 


Oxford, . 


5 86 




Franklin, 


1 14 


•Peabody, 


996 70 




Gardner, . 


181 53 


Pembroke, 


159 84 




Gloucester, 


168 63 


Pittsfield, 


41 43 




Grafton, . 


189 60 


Plymouth, 


12 13 




Great Barrington, 


2 48 


Quincy, . 


830 68 




Greenfield, 


98 07 


Randolph, 


56 29 




Greenwich, 


1 60 


Reading, 


55 2f ) 




Groton, . 


7 39 


Revere, . 

• • • ■ 


169 99 

1 • ■ 




Amount carried . 


forward, 


93,001,601 02 



124 



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[Jan. 



StatbUBNT III. SpMliil B«e«lpU. PAj-neato, eto. 



Detail 71. 



Corporation Tax, etc. — CorUinued. 




Amount brought forward^ 




• • 


93,001,601 02 


Rowe, 


$82 12 


Watertown, . 


S289 79 




Salem, 


1 84 


Webster, 


4 84 




Saugus, . 


54 55 


Wellesley, 


766 10 




Sharon, . 


1 48 


Wellfleet, 


2 17 




Shelbume, 


86 34 


Wendell, 


2 99 




Shrewsbury, 


37 71 


Wenham, 


503 94 




Somerville, 


1,230 78 


West Bridgewater, 
West Newbury, 


57 31 




South Hadlev, . 
Southborongh, . 
Spencer, . 


292 83 


19 12 




18 
60 73 


West Springfield. 
Westfield, 


. 1,041 35 
11 64 




Springfield, 
Stoneham, 


3,005 08 


Weston, . 


4,320 44 




943 23 


Westport, 


14 68 




Stoughton, 


16 


West wood. 


37 13 




Stow, 


138 10 


Weymouth, 


1 36 




Swampscott, . 


. 1,729 00 


Whitman, 


4 53 




Taunton, . 
Topsfield, 


413 37 


Williamsburg, 


11 02 




33 96 


Winchendon, . 


16 




Truro, 


16 


Winchester, . 


400 75 




Uxbridge, 
Wakefield, 


182 58 


Winthrop. 


125 70 




86 


Wobum, 


44 21 




Walpole, . 


3 64 


Worcester, 


6,273 67 




Waltham, 


. 1,759 48 






114,328 38 




Wareham, 


3 54 


1 







Paid the following-named corporations on account of re- 
fund : — 



Brockton G-as Light Company, . 
Henderson Dairy Company, 
Springfield Construction Company, 



9514 18 

8 16 

149 16 



Street Railway Tax. 

PaympjitJt. 
Paid to the following-named cities and towns; 



Abington, 
Acton, 
Adams, 
Agawam, . 
Amesbury, 
Amherst, . 
Andover, . 
Arlington, 
Ashland, . 
At hoi, 

Attleborough. 
Aubuni, . 
Avon, 
Bedford, . 
Bellingham, 
Belmont, . 
Berlin, 
Beverly, . 
Billerica, . 
Blackstone, 



$1,364 40 

7 32 

1,678 90 

3,4:^5 13 

618 39 

451 51 

1,586 17 

14,323 88 

85 45 

7.35 79 

2,166 50 

206 16 

359 44 

3as 77 

332 75 
6,108 47 
1,467 08 
2,590 23 
2,234 86 

455 89 



Boston, . 

Boylston, 

Braintree, 

Bridgewater, 

Brockton, 

Brookline, 

Cambridge, 

Canton, . 

Chelmsford, 

Chelsea, . 

Cheshire, 

Chicopee, 

Clarksburg, 

Clinton, . 

Concord, 

Dal ton, . 

Dan vers, 

Dartmouth, 

Dedham, 

Deerfield, 



$363,709 61 
2,381 48 
1,564 90 
1,693 06 
5,638 63 
25,180 40 
58,277 81 

980 57 
1,427 31 
4,183 14 
1,224 29 
4,292 60 

394 65 
1,689 93 

158 43 

442 34 
2,435 84 
2,168 60 
1,029 56 

457 72 



671 60 



Amount carried forward^ 



$3,116,600 90 



1905.] 



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125 



Statement III. Sp«elal Receipts, Paymento, ete. 



Detail 71. 



Corporation Tax, etc. — Continued, 



Amount brought forward. 


■ • ■ 


> < * • 


$3,116,500 90 


Dighton, . 


. 91,1M 9a 


Maynard, 
Med ford. 


$36 73 




Dracut, 


. 2,266 18 


. 16,278 63 




East Bridge water, . 


895 66 


Medway, 


214 51 




East LoDgmeadow, 


738 74 


Melrose, 


. 1,766 77 




Easthampton, . 


983 71 


Mendon, . 


227 93 




EastoD, 


. 1,103 33 


Merrimac, 


213 27 




Essex, 


853 76 


Methuen, 


. 2,186 70 




Everett, . 


. 19,384 03 


Middleborong] 


1, . 1,492 77 




Fairhaven, 


. 3,727 01 


Middleton, 


9;« 10 




Fall River. 


. 6,186 91 


Milford, . 


471 60 




Fitchbarg, 


. 4,360 18 


Millbury, 


. 1,147 07 




Framingham, . 


. 1.631 68 


Milton, . 


. 1,597 12 




Franklin, . 


117 83 


Monson, . 


639 9;^ 




Freetown, 


560 .S6 


Montague, 


. 1,155 10 




Gardner, . 


99 77 


Natick, . 


. 1,179 98 




Georgetown, 


143 26 


Need ham, 


677 06 




Gloucester, 


. 3,800 82 


New Bedford. 


. 13,947 31 




Grafton, . 


959 37 


Newbury, 


742 52 




Granby, . 
Great Barrington, 


28864 


Newburyport, 


. 1,200 57 




360 63 


Newton, . 


. 7,648 04 




Greenfield, 


763 94 


North Adams. 


. 2,098 21 




Groveland, 


621 36 


North An dove 


r, . 3.189 26 




Hadley, . 


149 21 


North Attleboi 


rough, 1,325 23 




Hamilton, 


. 1,001 78 


North Beading 


U 967 62 




Hanover,' . 


534 74 


Northampton, 


. 3,780 51 




Hanson, . 


48 27 


Northborough, 


. 2,488 67 




Hatfield, . 


452 19 


Northbridge, . 


199 20 




Haverhill, 


. 4,719 58 


Norton, . 


39 56 




Hingham, 


. 2,308 37 


Norwell, 


251 90 




Hinsdale, 


86 26 


Norwood, 


707 49 




Holbrook, 


560 96 


Orange, . 


621 60 




Holliston, 


304 88 


Oxford, . 


256 38 




Holyoke, . 


. 6,423 07 


Palmer, . 


. 2,873 97 




Hopedale, 


144 66 


Peabody, 


. 2,346 88 




Hopkinton, 
Hudson, . 


362 16 


Pelham, . 


8 29 




1,023 27 


Pembroke, 


27 64 




Hull, 


749 67 


Pittsfield, 


. 1,883 19 




Hyde Park, 


1,064 67 


Plymouth, 


460 73 




Ipswich, . 
Kingston, 


804 16 


Quincy. . 


. 3,873 57 




46 94 


Randolph, 


. 1,103 99 




Jjakeville, 


1,770 75 


Baynham, 


. 1,291 93 




Lancaster, 


. 1,790 67 


Beading, 


. 2,310 02 




Lanesborough, . 


663 90 


Behoboth, 


949 01 




I^wrence, 


. 3.181 15 


Bevere, . 


. 3,662 84 




^^OOi • • • 


295 16 


Bock land. 


. 1,290 45 




Leicester, . 


. 2,300 66 


Bock port. 


. 1,163 &5 




Lenox, 


356 31 


Bowley, . 


17 72 




Leominster, 


4,512 12 


Salem, . 


. 3,494 36 




Lexington, 


498 76 


Saugus. . 


. 2,588 88 




Longmeadow, . 


. 1,289 46 


Seekonk, 


. 1,166 40 




Lowell, . 


. 7.834 57 


Sharon, . 


221 38 




Lunenburg, 


854 87 


Shrewsbury, . 


. 3,408 79 




Lynn, . 


8.349 65 


Somerset, 


. 1,295 32 




Lynnfield, 
Maiden, . 


606 36 


Somerville, , 


. 43,656 40 




. 23,398 38 


South Hadley, 
Southborough, 


. 1,308 63 




Mansfield, 


30 45 


827 34 




Marblehead, 


887 34 


Southbridge, . 


363 35 




Marion, . 


494 79 


Spencer, . 


729 96 




Marlborough, . 


1,764 71 


Springfield, . 
Stockbridge, 

• • • 


. 16,068 21 




Mattapoisett, . 


423 42 

forward. 


273 70 

■ ■ • • 




Amount carried . 


$3,116,500 90 



126 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement III. sp«eiai neceipu, 



ite, etc 



Detail 71. 



Corporation Tax, etc. — Concliided. 



Amount brought forwardt 



Stoneham, 

Stoughton, 

Stow, 

Starbridge, 

Sanderland, 

Swampscott, 

SwaiDsea, . 

Taunton, . 

Tewksbury, 

Tyngsboroiigh, 

Uxbndge, 

Wakefield, 

Walpole, . 

Waltham, 

Ware, 

Wareham, 

Watertown, 

Wayland, . 

Weoster, . 

Wellesley, 

Wenham, 





. 11,111 01 




766 41 




70 96 




619 77 




126 26 




792 39 




&33 77 




. 5,146 96 




. 1,976 36 




1,072 61 




1,167 66 




2,970 60 




64 62 




1,924 98 




683 99 




862 67 




16,536 42 




363 76 




266 02 




1,682 21 




660 68 



West Bridgewater, 

West NewDury, 

West Sprinfffield, 

Westborongn, 

Westfield, 

Westminster, 

Westport, 

West wood, 

Weymouth, 

Whately, 

Whitman, 

Wilbraham, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamstown, 

Wilmington, 

Winchester, 

Woburn, 

Worcester, 

Wrentham, 



^21 
1,020 
6.210 
1,961 
1,796 

164 

801 

187 
3,166 

187 
1,281 

905 

391 

589 

2,239 

1,271 

2,046 &3 

22,989 45 

307 73 



68 
60 
63 
46 

77 
41 
53 
16 
26 
72 
26 
86 
29 
19 
96 



Paid the following-named cities and towns on aocount of 
previous years ; — 



Bourne, . 


849 60 


Dedham, . 


16 42 


Dover, 


6 01 


Framingham, . 


224 96 


Franklin, 


127 82 


Hudson, . 


119 61 


Marlborough, . 


466 00 


Medfield, . 


64 41 


Medway, . 


41 06 



Middleborough, 

MiUis, . 

Rochester, 

Southborough, 

Walpole, 

Wareham, 

Westwooa, 



fl59 24 


760 99 


102 12 


323 83 


3 13 


. 1,030 90 


36 86 



83,116,600 90 



906,586 91 



8,612 75 



84,026,600 56 



Bkcapitvlation. 



Corporation Tax. 
Paid cities and towns on account of 1904, 
Paid cities and towns on account of previous years. 
Paid sundry corporations, refund, .... 


83,001,601 02 

114,328 38 

671 60 


83,116,600 90 
910,099 66 


Street Railway Tax. 
Paid cities and towns on account of 1904, 
Paid cities and towns on account of previous years. 


8906,586 91 
3,612 76 




• • • 


Total payments, 


84,026,600 66 



1905.] 



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127 



Statement III. «peel«l Beeelpta, rayntento, eto. 



Detail 72. 



DETAIL No. 72. 

National Bank Tax. 



Bbcbipts. 
National bank tax, collected for cities and towns (see Detail 

Pathbntb. 

[Keylaed Lawt, cbap. 14, sects. 61 and 63.] 
Distributed as follows: — 
Cities and towns: — 



S626,932 36 



Abington, . 






$521 12 


Carlisle, . 






S37 00 


Acton, 






099 82 


Carver, 






340 43 


Acushnet, . 






4fi5 32 


Charlemont, 






129 78 


Adams, 






440 09 


Charlton, . 






94 87 


Afawam, . 
Alford, 






067 30 


Chatham, . 






1,309 28 






105 99 


Chelmsford, 






763 07 


Amesbnry, 






1,209 28 


Chelsea, 






. 2,009 38 


Amherst, . 






1,288 61 


Cheshire, . 






604 09 


Andover, . 






6,312 83 


Chester, . 






6 86 


Arlington, . 






3,484 00 


Chesterfield, 






104 84 


Ashbomham, 






822 87 


Chicopee, . 






. 1,187 09 


Ashby, 






1.020 87 


Chilmark, . 






129 44 


Ashfield, . 






316 00 


Clinton, . 






210 11 


Ashland, . 






60 97 


Cohasset, . 






1,885 33 


Athol, 






280 01 


Colrain, 






307 71 


Attleboroagh, 






361 30 


Concord, . 






1,646 43 


Aubum, 






25 08 


Conway, . 






244 25 


Avon, 






0844 


Cottage City, 






63 13 


Ayer, 






15i)66 


Cummington, 






23 48 


Barnstable, 






1,478 81 


Dal ton. 






2,878 43 


Barre, 






400 06 


Dana, 






99 81 


xjecKei, . 






194 00 


Danvers, . 






1,437 18 


Bedford, . 






197 41 


Dartmouth, 






3,714 66 


Belchertown, . 






202 07 


Dedham, . 






1,647 42 


Bellingham, 






83 17 


Deerfield, . 






402 54 


Belmont, . 






3,090 91 


Dennis, 






1,176 09 


Berkley, . 






608 61 


Dighton, . 






848 10 


Berlin, 






98 85 


Douglas, . 






166 68 


Bernardston, 






351 92 


Dover, 






428 84 


Beverly, . 






6,071 04 


Dracut, 






59 60 


Billerica, . 






788 52 


Dudley, 






M 20 


Blackstoue, 






240 15 


Dunstable, 






71 88 


Bland ford. 






112 94 


Duxbury, . 






341 58 


Bolton, 






102 21 


East Bridgewater, 




368 00 


Boston. 






18,472 85 


East Longmeadow, . 




26 89 


Bourne, 






315 62 


Eastham, . 




30 75 


Boxborough, 






22 66 


Easthampton, . 






317 26 


Box ford, . 






670 49 


Easton, 






1,233 38 


Boylston, . 






86 m 


Edgartown, 






444 76 


Bmintree, . 






1,439 48 


Egremont, 






20 47 


Brewster, . 






476 80 


Enfield, . 






638 77 


Bridgewateri 






744 61 


Erving, 






61 46 


Brimfield, . 






58 38 


Essex, 






1,579 37 


Brockton, . 






1,273 49 


Everett, 






3,3W 16 


Brookfield, 






159 05 


Fairhaven, 






2,524 25 


Brookline, . 






23,828 48 


Fall River, 






1,709 47 


Buck land, . 






129 52 


Falmouth, . 






1,928 08 


Burlington, 






33 83 


Fitchburg, 






1,668 06 


Cambridge, 






16,684 14 


Florida, . 






9 13 


Canton, .... 418 83 


Fox borough, ... 380 62 



128 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



« [Jan. 



Statement III. Hpeeiai Beceipu 


, Payments, etc. DETAIL 72. 


National Bank Tax— Continiced. 


Framingham, . $1,137 66 


Lynnfield, . 


$96 63 


Franklin, . 






180 23 


Maiden, 


. 8,076 90 


Freetown, . 






1,264 71 


Manchester, 


3,193 30 


Gardner, . 






493 85 


Mansfield, . 


279 46 


Gay Jfead, 






19 92 


Marblehead, 


95169 


Georgetown, 






66 47 


Marion, 


910 26 


Gill, . 






134 13 


Marlborough, . 


1,074 06 


Gloucester, 






1,663 66 


Marshfield, 


228 18 


Goshen, 






8 06 


Mattapoisett, 


616 20 


Grafton, 






289 68 


Maynard, . 


39 43 


Granby, 






340 36 


Medfield, . 


484 36 


Granville, . 






162 88 


Medford, . 


4,665 84 


Great Barringtoi 


a, . 




615 01 


Medway 


241 92 


Greenfield, 






1,720 70 


Melrose, . . . . 


1,969 22 


Greenwich, 






74 41 


Mendon, . . . , 


422 12 


Groton, 






1,027 66 


Merrimac, . 


164 29 


Groveland, 






199 81 


Methuen, . . . . 


980 08 


Had ley, 






483 40 


Middleborough, 


1,098 16 


Halifax, . 






46 80 


Middlefield, 


6 34 


Hamilton, . 






646 80 


Middleton, 


64 53 


Hampden, . 






34 92 


Milford 


173 82 


Hancock, . 






214 26 


Millbury, . . . . 


67 24 


Hanover, . 






797 02 


Millis, . . . . 


7,274 76 


Hanson, 






67 79 


Milton, . . . . 


4,103 03 


Hard wick. 






430 13 


Monson, 


317 98 


Harvard, . 






470 14 


Montague, . . . . 


316 36 


Harwich, . 






377 10 


Monterey, . . . . 


23 87 


Hatfield, . 






922 23 


Nahant, 


6,367 64 


Haverhill, . 






3.219 64 


Nantucket, 


449 19 


Hawley, 






3 66 


Natick, . . . . 


1,194 06 


Heath, 






36 06 


Needham, . . . , 


1,088 21 


Hingham, . 






. 1,776 88 


New Bedford, . 


2,930 29 


Hinsdale, . 






238 83 


New Braintree, . 


73 00 


Holbrook, . 






. 1,642 78 


New Marlborough, . 


33 62 


Holden, 






78 41 


New Salem, 


137 74 


HoUiston, . 






497 41 


Newbury, . 


1,421 65 


Holyoke, . 






. 3,346 63 


Newburyport, . 


3,460 24 


Hopedale, . 






6,464 82 


Newton, . . . . 


. 21,968 61 


Hopkinton, 
Hubbardston, 






333 04 


Norfolk, . 


33 23 






206 41 


North Adams, . 


217 33 


Hudson, 






492 12 


North Andover, 


2,401 90 


Hull, . 






26 96 


North Attleborough, 


428 80 


Huntington, 






178 74 


North Brookfield, 


237 09 


Hyde Park, 






901 17 


North Reading, . 


78 47 


^swich, . 
Kingston, . 






677 08 


Northampton, . 


1,393 24 






1,169 21 


Northborongh, . 


449 80 


Lakeville, . 






263 96 


Northbridge, 


126 04 


Lancaster, . 






943 08 


Northfield, 


28143 


Lanesborough, . 






26 84 


Norton, . . . . 


811 92 


Lawrence, . 






1,428 62 


Norwell, . 


795 14 


xjee, • • 






612 97 


Norwood, . 


832 34 


Leicester, . 






879 82 


Oakham 


41 61 


Lenox, 






2;« 24 


Orange 


264 86 


Leominster, 






971 60 


Orleans, 


655 46 


Leverett, . 






46 66 


Otis, .... 


14 62 


Lexington, . 






2,832 36 


Oxford, . . . , 


163 18 


Leyden, 






166 06 


Palmer, 


193 56 


Lincoln, 






484 69 


Paxton, 


6 88 


Littleton , . 






301 79 


Peabody, . 


1,738 74 


Longmeadow, . 






1,394 64 


Pelham, . . . . 


10 89 


Lowell, 






8.606 70 


Pembroke, . 


216 24 


Ludlow, . 






62 42 


Pepperell, . 


168 42 


Lunenburg, 






224 60 


Petersham, 


200 32 


Lynn 3,920 58 


Phillipston, 


130 31 



1905.] 



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129 



Statement III. speeiai B«««ipte, PAameMto, ete. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — CotUtntied, 



Pittsfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plymoath, 

Plympton, 

Prescott, 

Princeton, 

Province town, 

Qnincy, 

Randolph, 

Raynham, 

Reading, 

Rehoboth, 

Revere, 

Richmond, 

Rochester, 

Rockland, 

Rockport, 

Rowe, 

Rowley, 

Royalston, 

Rutland, 

Salem, 

Salisbnry, 

Sandwich, 

Saugos, 

Savoy, 

Scitnate, 

Sharon, 

Sheffield, 

Shelhnme, 

Sherbom, 

Shirley, 

Shrewsbury, 

Shuteebury, 

Somerset, . 

Somerville, 

South Hadley, 

Southampton, 

Southborough, 

Southbridge, 

Southwick, 

Spencer, . 

Springfield, 

Sterling, . 

Stockbridge, 

Stoneham, . 

Stoughton, 

Stow, . 

Stnrbridge, 

Sudbury, . 

Sunderland, 

Sutton, 

Swampscott, 

Swansea, . 

Taunton, . 

Templeton, 



•1,683 06 

41 86 

1,734 32 

37 40 

62 11 

64 60 

427 89 

1,02183 

1,696 16 

1,981 29 

1,003 48 

20 37 

ia3 52 

166 46 

47 14 

289 86 

967 81 

24 98 

341 49 

966 12 

1 82 

6,146 66 

96 03 

369 21 

266 82 

37 51 

151 63 

227 05 

710 81 

266 51 

202 37 

127 61 

179 5;^ 

27 84 

712 16 

4,666 86 

3,&^ 23 

106 67 

1,569 38 

224 29 

106 89 

973 63 

5,700 66 

148 64 

973 12 

1,339 24 

144 16 

179 09 

93 32 

734 19 

117 43 

76 79 

2,699 02 

853 87 

2,794 02 

1,306 00 



Tewksbury, 






9398 31 


Tisbury, . 






218 90 


Topsfield, . 






267 04 


Town send, 






62 61 


Truro, 






190 47 


Tyngsborough, 






194 97 


Tyringham, 






60 64 


Upton, 






46 73 


Uxbridge, . 






300 42 


Wakefield, 






1,029 11 


Wales, 






21 72 


Walpole, . 






223 68 


Waltham, . 






9;)0 20 


Ware, 






246 31 


Wareham, . 






666 47 


Warren, 






194 66 


Warwick, . 






169 68 


Watertown, 






912 46 


Wavland, . 
Webster, . 






457 66 






630 22 


Wellesley, . 






2,228 56 


Wellfleet, . 






202 37 


Wenham, . 






842 28 


West Bovlston, 






14 17 


West Bridgewater, 
West Brookfield, 




344 62 




149 46 


West iTewbury, . 




810 77 


West Springfield, 
West Stockbridge, 




1,708 96 




319 24 


West Tisbury, . 




313 37 


Westborough, 






441 90 


Westfield, . 






549 11 


Westford, . 






472 64 


Westhampton, . 






240 90 


Westminster, 






672 02 


Weston, 






13,621 16 


Westport, . 






879 36 


West wood, 






818 33 


Weymouth, 






1,050 97 


Whately, . 






522 30 


Whitman, . 






491 81 


Wilbraham, 






138 19 


Williamsburg, , 






687 68 


Williamstown, . 






242 37 


Wilmington, 






27 13 


Winchendon, 






562 40 


Winchester, 






12,129 41 


Winthrop, . 






707 98 


Wobum, . 






1,896 94 


Worcester, 






6,667 47 


Worth ington, . 






68 29 


Wrentbam, 






439 26 


Yarmouth, 






962 76 


Total, . . . . 


.$390,586 01 



Institutions for savings: — 



Abington Savings Bank, 
Amherst Savings Bank, 
Andover Savings Bank, 



$387 64 
784 04 
946 84 



Arlington Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, . $111 93 
Athol Savings Bank, . 106 92 



130 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement III. SpMtal BMelpts, Pagrmento, etc. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — Continued. 



Attleborongh Bav. Bank, . 
Barre Savings Bank, 
Bass River Savings Bank, 
Bay State Savings Bank, . 
Belmont Savings Bank, . 
Benjamin Franklin Sav- 
ings Bank, 
Berkshire County Sav. B'k, 
Beverly Savings Bank, 
Boston Five Cents Savings 
Bank, .... 
Braintree Savings Bank, . 
Bridge water Savings Bank, 
Brighton Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, 
Bristol County Sav. Bank, 
Broadway Savings Bank, . 
Brockton Savings Bank, . 
Brookline Savings Bank, . 
Cambridge Savings Bank, 
Cambridgeport Sav. Bank, 
Canton Institution for Sav- 
ings. .... 
Cape Ann Savings Bank, . 
Cape Cod Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, 
Central Sav. Bank, Lowell, 
Charlestown Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 
Chelsea Savings Bank, 
Chicopee Savings Bank, . 
Chicopee Falls Sav. Bank, 
Citizens' Savings Bank, 

Fall River, . 
City Five Cents Savings 

Bank, Haverhill, . 
City Institution for Sav- 
ings, Lowell, . 
City Sav. Bank, Pittsfield, 
Clinton Saving Bank, 
Cohasset Savings Bank, . 
Commonwealth Sav. Bank, 
Conway Savings Bank, 
County Savings Bank, 
Crocker Institution 

Savings, . 
Danvers Savings Bank, 
Dedham Institution 

Savings, .... 

East Boston Savings Bank, 

East Bridge water Savings 

Bank, .... 

East Cambridge Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 
Easthampton Sav. Bank, . 
East Weymouth Savings 
Bank, .... 
Eliot Five Cents Sav. B'k, 
Essex Savings Bank, 
Fairhaven Institution for 
Savings, .... 
Fall River Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, . . 
Fall River Savings Bank, . 



for 



for 



•30 60 

182 72 

197 68 

60 30 

24 06 


62 96 
763 06 
629 37 


1,666 93 

79 70 

262 02 


61 00 

1,064 94 

329 76 

88 60 

13 76 

242 60 

180 14 


67 74 
391 06 


117 00 
101 69 


1,822 04 
237 00 
110 60 
149 96 


1,181 96 


164 76 


1,767 24 
40 06 

268 12 
28 22 
27 60 
30 00 

106 70 


67 50 
343 87 


194 24 
797 49 


123 24 


402 69 
698 32 


131 46 
117 60 
836 86 


198 00 


1,466 66 
2,242 36 



Farmers' and Mechanics' 

Savings Bank, 
Fitchburg Savings Bank, . 
Florence Savings Bank, . 
Foxborough Savings B'k, . 
Franklin Sav. B'k, Boston, 
Franklin Institution for 

Savings, Greenfield, 
Gardner Savings Bank, 
Georgetown Savings Bank, 
Grafton Savings Bank, 
Granite Savings Bank, 
Great Barrington Sav. B'k, 
Greenfield Savings Bank, . 
Hampden Savings Bank, . 
Haverhill Savings Bank, . 
Haydenville Sav. Bank, . 
Hingham Institution for 
Savings, .... 
Holliston Savings Bank, . 
Holyoke Savings Bank, . 
Home Sav. Bank, Boston, 
Hoosac Savings Bank, 
Hopkinton Savings Bank, 
Hudson Savings Bank, 
Hyde Park Savings Bank, 
Ipswich Savings Bank, 
Lawrence Savings Bank, . 
Lee Savings Bank, . 
Leicester Savings Bank, . 
Lenox Savings Bank, 
Leominster Savings Bank, 
Lowell Five Cents Savings 
Bank, .... 
Lowell Institution for Sav- 
ings, .... 
Ludlow Savings Bank, 
Lynn Five Cents Sav. B'k, 
Lynn Institution for Sav- 
ings, .... 
Maiden Savings Bank, 
Marblehead Savings Bank, 
Marlborough Sav. Bank, . 
Mechanics' Savings Bank, 

Holyoke, 
Mechanics' Savings Bank 

in Lowellf 
Mechanics' Savings Bank, 

Reading, 
Med ford Savings Bank, . 
Med way Savings Bank, . 
Melrose Sav in p^ Bank, 
Merrimac Savmgs Bank, . 
Merrimack River Savings 
Bank, .... 
Middleborough Savings 
Bank, .... 
Middlesex Institution for 
Savings, .... 
Milford Savings Bank, 
Millbury Savings Bank, . 
Monson Savings Bank, 
Nantucket Institution for 
Savings, .... 



•100 69 


666 80 


94 60 


204 85 


1,130 88 


242 60 


600 04 


46 00 


103 39 


15 33 


1»4 24 


460 40 


661 70 


1,167 64 


165 76 


148 00 


8173 


1,210 65 


880 78 


36 00 


261 82 


206 36 


76 91 


236 68 


111 27 


690 46 


123 04 


227 29 


105 63 


454 27 


633 50 


6 60 


379 20 


661 00 


146 75 


169 86 


574 53 


485 11 


768 09 


10 08 


427 14 


10 35 


14 00 


27 60 


253 97 


28 75 


90 00 


5(H 34 


303 57 


171 33 



44 77 



1905.] 



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131 



Statement III. Spcelal Receipts, Paymento* etc. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — Continued. 



Katiok Five Centd SaTings 

Bank, 
New Bedford Five Centa 

Savings Bank, 
New Bedford Institution 

for Savings, . 
Newburyport Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 
Newbnryport Institution 

for Savings, . 
Newton Savings Bank, 
Newton Centre Sav. Bank 
Nonotnck Savings Bank, 
North Adams Sav. Bank, 
Northampton, Institution 

for Savings,* . 
North Avenue Sav. Bank 
North Brookfield Sav. B'k 
North Easton Sav. Bank, 
North End Savines Bank 
North Middlesex Sav. B'k 
Orange Savings Bank, 
Palmer Savings Bank, 
Pen tucket Savings Bank, 
People's Savings Bank 

Brockton, 
People's Savings Bank 

Holyoke, 
P^ple's Savings Bank 

Worcester, 
Plymouth Five Cents Sav 

ings Bank, 
Plymouth Savings Bank, 
Provident. Institution for 

Savings, Boston, . 
Provident Institution for 

Savinsrs, Salisbury, 
Quincy Savings Bank, 
Randolph Savings Bank, 
Rockland Savings Bank, 
Roxbury Institution for 

Savings, .... 
Salem Five Cents Sav. B'k 
Salem Savings Bank, 
Seamen's Savings Bank, 
Shelbume Falls Sav. B'k 
So. Adams Savings Bank 
So. Boston Savings Bank 
Southbridge Savings Bank 
So. Scituate Savings Bank 
So. Weymouth Sav. Bank 



•295 00 
615 60 

3,971 36 

298 11 

1,908 79 

47 87 

14 24 

208 65 

472 50 

98 27 

62 62 

7 00 

231 41 

463 07 

70 24 
168 42 
123 50 

53 16 

11 60 

358 89 

1,652 70 

173 44 
1,222 33 

2,429 61 

343 11 

523 03 

347 45 

66 50 

301 16 

1,621 09 

1,486 21 

92 55 

109 00 

237 40 

278 14 

191 14 

115 56 

207 26 



Spencer Savings Bank, 
Sprinsfleld Five Cent 

Savings Bank, 
Springfield Institution for 

Savings, . 
Stoneham Five Cents Sav 

ings Bank, 
Suffolk Savings Bank, 
Taunton Savings Bank, 
Templeton Savings Bank, 
Union Savings Bank, Fall 

River, 
Union Institution for Sav 

ings, 
Uxbridge Savings Bank, 
Wakefield Savings Bank 
Wales Savings Bank, 
Ware Savings Bank, . 
Wareham Savings Bank, 
Warren Five Cents Sav 

ings Bank, 
Warren Institution for 

Savings, . 
Warren Savings Bank, 
Watertown Savings Bank 
Webster Five Cents Sav 

ings Bank, 
Wellfleet Savings Bank, 
Westborouflrh Sav. Bank, 
Westfield Savings Bank, 
West Newton Sav. Bank, 
Weymouth Savings Bank 
Whitinsville Sav. Bank, 
Whitman Savings Bank, 
Williamstown Sav. Bank 
Winchendon Sav. Bank, 
Winchester Savings Bank, 
Wobum Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank, 
Worcester County Institu 

tion for Savings, 
Worcester Five Cents Sav 

ings Bank, 
Worcester Mechanics' Sav 

ings Bank, 
Worcester North Savings 

Bank, 
Woronoco Savings Bank, 

Total, . 



9109 96 

167 50 

3,420 45 



30 00 


830 28 


342 07 


48 40 


236 50 


529 77 


223 13 


66 95 


10 30 


1,839 27 


518 66 


794 26 


590 24 


127 17 


34 00 


272 63 


147 20 


121 26 


423 68 


63 76 


87 38 


304 36 


,32 60 


23 50 


276 32 


72 45 


537 84 


1,971 44 


515 65 


1,261 61 


261 15 


115 50 


$75,720 07 



Insurance companies: 



American Insurance Co., . $407 24 
Boston Marine Ins. Co.. . 5,182 78 
Holyoke Mutual Ins. Co., 1,023 80 
Mass. Hospital Life In- 
surance Co., . . . 1,382 28 
Mercantile Marine Insur- 
ance Co., . . . 1,416 36 



North American Ins. Co., $21 51 
Springfield Fire and Ma- 
rine Insurance Co., . 9,263 83 



Total, . 



. $18,687 79 



132 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement III. Spe«lal R«e«lpts, Paymente, eUt. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — Continued. 



Miscellaneous institutions: — 



Abbott Academy, $223 77 

Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin's 
Lancasterian School, . 101 87 

American Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, . 266 30 

American Antiquarian So- 
ciety, .... 294 d5 

American Baptist Mission- 
ary Union, ... 30 84 

American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreiflpi 
Missions, ... 843 58 

American Oriental So- 
ciety 27 97 

American Unitarian Asso- 
ciation, .... 13 75 

Amherst College, 1,404 67 

Anna Jaques Hospital, . 5 85 

Arms Library, . 32 41 

Ashley School and Chari- 
table Fund, ... 23 09 

Associated Bielief of Af^ed 
Women of New Bed- 
ford 261 45 

Association for Belief of 
A {; e d and Destitute 
Women in Salem, . . 205 63 

Atkinson School Fund, . 12 62 

Barre Library, ... 42 17 

Benevolent Fraternity of 
Churches, ... 37 22 

Berkshire and Columbia 
Missionary Society, 25 53 

Berkshire Athenaeum, 314 87 

Berkshire County Home 
for Aged Women, . . 62 29 

Bertram Home for Aged 
Men, Salem, ... 109 12 

Bethesda Society, Boston, 7 22 

Beverly Female Benevo- 
lent Society, ... 21 92 

Beverly Fuel Society, . 20 40 

Boston Asylum and Farm 
School, .... 350 45 

Boston Athensum, . 591 75 

Boston Dispensary, . . 287 35 

Boston Episcopal Chari- 
table Society, . . . 117 97 

Boston Female Asylum, . 693 76 

Boston Library Society, . 96 84 

Boston Marine Society, 591 55 

Boston Port and Seamen's 
Aid Society, . . . 193 80 

Boston Society Natural 
History, .... 268 70 

Boston University, . . a3 21 

Boston Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association, . . 19 26 

Bradford Academy, . . 7 63 

Braintree School Fund, . 30 69 

Bristol Academy, . . 213 62 



211 45 


50 19 


29 62 


130 09 


155 11 


10 25 


22 61 


30 12 


133 84 


45 46 


6 18 



Charity of Edward Hop- 
kins, .... 9219 48 

Charles B. Haven Home 
for Aged Men, . . 16 40 

Children's Mission, . . 38 82 

Clarke School for Deaf 
Mutes, .... 222 37 

Clark University, . 2,510 82 

Congregational E d u c a - 
tionai Society, . . 764 32 

Cooley Dickinson Hospi- 
tal, 287 98 

Deacons of the New South 
Church, .... 76 24 

Deerfield Academy and 
Dickinson School, . 

Derby Academy, 

Dummer Academy, . 

Essex Agricultural So- 
ciety, .... 

Essex Institute, Salem, . 

Female Benevolent So- 
ciety, South Danvers, . 

First Parish, Charlestown, 

First Parish, Dorchester, . 

Fisher Charitable Society, 

Florence Kindergarten, 

Free Hospital for Women, 

Franklin County Agricul- 
tural Society, ... 14 81 

Frederick E. Weber Chari- 
ties Corporation, . 273 87 

Gardner House for Elderly 
People, .... 48 30 

Grammar School, Town of 
Roxbury, ... 239 65 

Hingham Public Library, . 40 62 

Home for Aged Women, 
Boston 124 32 

Home for Aged Women, 
Wobum, ... 22 31 

Home for Aged Women, 
Worcester, ... 267 03 

Hopkins Academy, . . 21 04 

House of Mercy, Pitts- 
field, .... 13889 

Howe School, Billerioa, . 19 20 

Humane Society of the 
Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, . . 412 90 

Industrial School for Girls, 
Boston, .... 70 43 

Jamaica Plain Dispensary, 41 33 

James Arnold Fund, 18 24 

John Boylston Charitable 
Donations, ... 71 26 

Leicester Academy, . . 57 42 

Leominster Home for Old 
Ladies, .... 69 73 

Lyceum of the Town of 
New Bedford, . . 49 61 



1905,] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



133 



Statement III. special IleMlpto, Paymente, «te. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — Continued. 



Lyman and Indastrial 
Schools $20 84 

Lynn Hoepital, ... 128 87 

Marblehead Academy, 33 18 

Marblehead Female Hu- 
mane Society, . . 3 62 

Marine Society, Newbury- 
port, .... 80 10 

Marine Society, Salem, . 313 39 

Marion Library Associa- 
tion, .... 147 34 

Marion Natural History 
Socie^, .... 24 90 

Mass. Baptist Charitable 
Society, .... 63 96 

Mass. Bible Society, . 737 74 

Mass. Charitable Eye and 
Ear Infirmary, 64 26 

Mass. Charitable Society, . 4 81 

Mass. Congregational Char- 
itable Society, . 346 18 

Mass. General Hospital, . I,a51 01 

Mass. Historical Society, . 668 49 

Mass. Home Missionary 
Society, .... 163 64 

Mass. Infant Asylum, 61 76 

Mass. Society of the Cin- 
cinnati, .... 17 29 

Mass. Universalist Conven- 
tion, .... 14 29 

Memorial Hospital, 
Worcester, . 1,300 24 

Merrimac Humane So- 
ciety, .... 3 70 

Monson Academy, 83 64 

Mount Holyoke Female 
Seminary, ... 739 30 

Murdock Fund, . 43 46 

Museum of Fine Arts, 302 46 

New Bedford Monthly 
Meeting of Friends, 283 97 

New Bedford Orphans' 
Home, .... 466 66 

Newburyport Bethel So- 
ciety, .... 24 23 

New England Educational 
Society, . . . 16 80 

New England Home for 
Little Wanderers, . . 301 31 

Newburyport Female 
Charitable Society, . 13 23 

Newburyport Howard 
Benevolent Society, 21 87 

Newburyport Society for 
Aeed Men, ... 30 96 

NewDuryport Society Be- 
lief of Aged Females, . 49 08 

Newton Theological Insti- 
tute 21 87 

North Church Society, 18 61 

North Meeting-House in 
Salem. .... 9 96 

Northern Baptist Educa- 
tion Society, ... 21 61 



Old South Church. Mem- 
bers and Deacons of. 

Overseers of the Poor in 
Boston, . 

Peabody Acad, of Science, 

Perkins Inst, and Mass. 
School for the Blind, 

Perley Free School, . 

Peter Bent Brigham Hos- 
pital, 

Phillips Academv, . 

Plummer Farm School for 
Boys, 

Preachers' Aid Society N. 
E. Cone. M. E. Church, 

Public Library Association 
of Easthampton, . 

Putnam Free School, 

Boxbury Home for Chil- 
dren and Aged Women, 

St. Luke's Home, 

St. Luke's Hospital, New 
Bedford, 

Salem Athenseum, . 

Salem East India Marine 
Society, . 

Salem Female Charitable 
Society, . 

Salem Hospital, 

Salem Seamen's Orphan 
and Children's Friend 
Society, .... 

Salem Tabernacle, Pro- 
prietors of, 

Samaritan Society, Salem, 

Sanderson Academy, . 

Sawin Academy, 

Seamen's Widow and Or- 
phan Society of Salem, 

Second Church, Managers 
and Deacons of. 

Second Parish, Worcester, 

Second Congregational So- 
ciety in Marblehead, 

Shelbume Falls Academy, 

Smith Academy. 

Smith College, . 

Social Law Library, . 

Society for the promotion 
of Theological Educa- 
tion*, 

Springfield Home for Aged 
Women, . 

Swain Free School, . 

Tabor Academy, 

Taunton Female Chari 
table Association, . 

Temporary Asylum D. F. 
Prisoners, 

Tufts College, . 

Union Belief Association, 
Springfield, 

Universalist Publishing 
House, . 



$96 66 

287 48 
49 89 

1 82 
126 02 

60 60 
68 46 

224 87 

4 49 

20 48 
44 76 

27 68 

21 08 

324 67 
67 17 

21 04 

39 18 
310 24 



274 73 

61 46 
36 67 
26 34 
19 37 

97 63 

22 57 
6 89 

10 72 

23 19 
238 01 
833 12 
334 19 



144 83 

84 84 

216 62 
1,070 36 

217 89 

09 
360 24 

14 16 

28 28 



134 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement III. special Receipts, 



Mte, etc. 



Detail 72. 



National Bank Tax — Concluded. 



Warren Academy, 
Wellesley College, 
Wesleyan Academy, 
Westfleld Academy, 
Williams Academy, 
Williams College, 
Wllliston Seminary, 
Winchester Home for 
Aged Women, 



9242 99 

48 00 

126 69 

48 85 

60 84 

310 89 

139 11 

113 76 



Worcester Children's 
Friend Society, . $29 97 

Worcester District Medical 
Society, .... 14 93 

Worcester Insane Hospital, 7 69 

Worcester Polytechnic In- 
stitute, .... 640 93 



Total. . 



. $30,121 42 



Paid cities and towns on acconnt of 1903 : — 






Agawam, .... S6 01 


Medfleld, . 


SI 64 


Amesbnry, 






20 19 


Medford, , 




75 12 


Berkley, . 






46 65 


Melrose, 




206 17 


Beverly, . 






943 75 


Milton, 




332 70 


Brain tree, . 






54 31 


Nahant, 




217 78 


Brockton, . 






77 92 


Needham, . 




68 62 


Brookline, . 






2,989 14 


Newbury, , 




196 67 


Cambridge, 






277 11 


Newton, . 




690 76 


Chatham, . 






61 41 


North Andover, 


8306 


Chelsea, . 






141 39 


Northampton, . 


8960 


Cohasset, . 






257 30 


Norwell, . 


12 92 


Dartmouth, 






1.39 78 


Peabody, . . . . 
Pembroke, 


18 67 


Dedham, . 






268 83 


119 34 


Dudley, 






41 


Quincy, . . . , 


20 10 


Fairhaven, 






15 38 


Beading 

Somerville, 


56096 


Grafton, . 






149 03 


82 06 


Hamilton, . 






13 92 


Springfield, 

Waltham, . . . . 


815 32 


Harvard, . 






16 87 


192 80 


Haverhill, . 






518 02 


Wellesley,. 


85 61 


Hingham, . 






43 


West Bridgewater, . 
West Newbury, . 


188 40 


Ipswich, . 






64 87 


16 66 


Longmeadow, . 






203 41 


West Springfield, . 


20960 


Lynn, 
Maiden, 






235 86 


Weston, . . . . 


164 99 






125 53 


Westport, . . . . 


40 71 


Manchester, 






232 73 


Westwood, 


73 06 


Marion, 
Marshfield, 






43 49 
96 46 










Total, . 


. • 


Sll,443 54 



Paid institutions on account of 1908 : — 

Bent Brigham Hospital 

Dummer Academy, Trustees of , . 
Frederick E. Webber Charities Corporation, 



S49 88 

28 92 

295 23 



$374 03 



Recapitulation . 



Distributed to : — 

Cities and towns 

Institutions for savings. 

Insurance companies, . . ' 

Charitable and educational institutions 

Cities and towns on account of 1903, 

Charitable and educational institutions on account 

of 1903, 



$390,586 01 
75,720 07 
18.687 79 
30,121 42 
11,443 54 



374 03 



$526,932 86 



1905.] 



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135 



STATEMEirr III. 



m\ Be««tpte, PAgrmeMto, etc. 



Detail 73. 



DBTAIL No. 78. 

Boston Elevated Railway Company Tax. 

[Revised Laws, chap. U, sect. 44.] 



Rbcbipts. 
Boston Elevated Railway Company, 



Patmbntb. 



Distiibnted as follows : — 



Arlington, 
Belmont, . 
Boeton, . 
Brookline, 
Cambridge, 
Chelsea, . 



S2,M2 34 
1,210 47 

65,866 88 
4,676 21 

10,6.36 91 
478 06 



Everett, . 
Maiden, . 
Medford, 
Newton, . 
Somerville, 
Watertown, 



$3,364 44 
3,936 93 
3,129 41 
448 44 
7,966 91 
2,762 29 



$106,887 28 



$106,887 28 



136 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



STATEMENT No. IV. 

Statement of Expenses paid and unpaid and Appro- 
priations FOR 1904, ALSO Expenses for 1903. 

[For details for 1904 see SUtement V.] 



Appropriations 



Detail 
74 
74 
75 
75 
76 
76 
76 
76 
77 
78 
78 
78 
78 
79 
79 

80 
81 
82 
83 
83 
84 

85 
86 
87 
87 

87 



88 
89 
90 
91 
92 



Legislative Department. 

Senate compenaatioii, . 

Senate travel. 

House compensation. 

House travel. .... 

Clerks, Senate and House, . 

Assistant clerks. Senate and House 

Clerical assistance, Senate, . 

Clerical assistance. House, . 

Chaplains. Senate and House. 

Sergeant-at-Arms' salary, 

8ergeant-at- Arms' first clerk, 

Sergeant-at-Arms' cashier, . 

Sergeant-at-Arms' contingent. 

Doorkeepers, .... 

Assistant doorkeepers, postmaster 
messengers and pages. 

Senate printing. 

House printing. 

Manual of General Court, 

Senate stationery, . 

House stationery, . 

Printing, etc., ordered by Sergeant 
at-Ajms, .... 

Legislative contingent, . 

Legislative bulletin. 

Legislative committees' expenses, 

Legislative committees, advertis- 
ing hearings, .... 

Recess committee of 1903, 

Fees of witnesses before committees. 



Expenses legislative department, 
$368,726.21. 

Executive Department. 
Governor's salary, .... 
Lieutenant-Governor and Council, 
Governor's private secretary. 
Executive secretary, 
Executive stenographer, 

Atnountf carried forward, 




$30,760 00 
2,930 00 

181,600 00 
18,296 00 
6.000 00 
4,000 00 
1,103 60 
1.600 00 

600 00 
3,600 00 
2,200 00 

965 60 

399 66 

3.000 00 

28.428 00 

ll,a34 87 

22,098 :» 

4,267 18 

601 97 
1,012 84 



999 74 

6,897 86 

4,621 72 

23,059 61 

11,747 32 

1,477 46 

692 20 



930,760 00 
3,090 00 

180,000 00 

18,130 00 

6,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,731 00 

600 00 
3,600 00 
2,200 00 
1,000 00 

349 81 
3,000 00 

28,241 41 

9,493 78 

19,862 35 

4,:m as 

606 67 
686 94 

961 60 

2,766 19 

4,116 63 

11,101 03 

9,613 87 
11,700 00 



•30.760 00 
3,200 00 

180,760 00 

20,000 00 

6,000 00 

4.000 00 

3,600 00 

600 00 
3,600 00 
2,200 00 
1.000 00 

450 00 
3.000 00 

31.600 00 

35.000 00 

4,334 93 

800 00 

1.200 00 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 

4,500 00 

15,000 00 

15,000 00 

11.700 00 

200 00 



$373,173 78 


$358,725 21 


$386,184 93 


$8,000 00 
9,394 40 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 


$8.000 00 
9,348 26 
2,600 00 
2,600 00 
1,600 00 


$8,000 00 
9,900 00 
2.600 00 
2.600 00 
1.600 00 


923,394 40 


$23,848 26 


$24,400 00 



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137 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 



PeUil 

98 
94 

95 
96 

97 
98 
99 

100 



101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
102 

103 

104 
105 

106 



107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 
107 

108 



ExpensM 



Expenaet 



Appropriations 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

Clerical aasistaDce, 
Mesaenger, .... 
AssiBtant messenger, 
Execative oontingent, . 
Exeoative postage, printing and 

stationery, .... 
Coancil contingent, 
Council postage, printing, etc., 
Extraorainarv expenses. 
Arrest of fugitives from justice. 
Preparation of tables and indexes, 



Seeretari/*8 Department. 

Secretary's salary, .... 

First and second clerks, . 

Chief of archives division. 

Cashier, 

Extra clerks and messengers. 

Incidentals, 

Exchange and distribution of pub- 
lic documents, .... 

Arrangement of records previous to 
1860, 

Ballot boxes, 

Counting apparatus. 

Purchase of regimental histories, . 

Preservation of town records pre- 
vious to 1850, .... 



$23,394 40 



1,000 00 

800 00 

3,076 27 

813 80 
2,496 62 

382 56 
8,178 50 

444 40 

500 00 



S41,086 55 



93,500 00 
4,700 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

25.354 06 
3,614 28 

2,077 70 

2,717 93 
1,663 52 

1,000 00 

15,000 00 

$62,827 49 



$23,848 26 

998 70 
1,000 00 

800 00 
2,991 44 

797 79 

'2,637 68 

'600 69 

7,690 57 

600 00 



$41,665 13 



$3,500 00 
4,700 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

26,580 51 
3.677 79 

1,824 28 

3,564 81 

1,078 34 

260 00 



14,945 00 



$63,320 2:{ 



$24,400 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

3,000 00 

800 00 
2,500 00 

500 00 

15,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 



$50,500 00 



Treasurer's Department 
Treasurer's salary, . 
First, second and third clerks 
Receiving and paying tellers 
Assistant paying teller. 
Cashier, . 

Assistant book-keeper, 
Fund clerk, . 
Warrant clerk, 
Files clerk, . 
Stenographer, 
Clerical assistance. 
Messenger, 
Incidentals, . 
Collateral legacy tax clerk. 
Collateral legacy tax expenses, 
Deputy Sealer of Weights, Meas 

ures and Balances, 
Collateral legacy tax refunded, 



$5,000 00 

6,400 00 

3,600 00 

1,000 00 

2,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

900 00 

2,291 03 

900 00 

3,725 15 

1,900 00 

1,009 33 

2,098 30 
1,;«8 00 



$5,000 00 
6,600 00 
3,600 00 
1,000 00 
2,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,.^KX) 00 
1,200 00 

900 00 

900 00 
2,494 26 

900 00 
3,207 24 
1,900 00 

411 66 

1,987 94 
468 26 



$37,181 81 I $35,360 36 



$3,500 00 
4,700 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

27,200 00 
3,750 00 

2,500 00 

4,000 00 

8,000 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 

15,000 00 



$69,:i50 00 



$5,000 00 

6,500 00 

3,600 00 

1,000 00 

2,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

900 00 

3,500 00 

900 00 

4,000 00 

1,900 00 

1,000 00 

2,600 00 
468 26 

$:)8,368 26 



1 Bfilance from small Items. 



138 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 



Ezpentea 



Expenses 



Appropriations 



109 
1()9 
109 
109 

109 
109 
109 



110 
110 



111 
112 

113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 



Auditor's Department, 
Auditor's salary, .... 
First and second clerks, 

Extra clerks, 

Stenographers and clerical assist- 
ance 

Messenger 

State printing expert, . 
Incidentals, 



Attorney-GeneraV s Department, 
Attorney-General's salary, 
Attorney-General's expenses, 



Expenses of executive and other 
departments, $198,605.70. 

State House Expenses. 
Engineer's department, . 
Watchmen and assistant wat-ch- 



119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 



127 
128 
129 
130 

131 ' 

132 

i:i3 



men, .... 
Messengers and porters, . 
Matron, .... 
Heat, light and power, . 
Telephones, . 
Care of building and grounds, 
New furniture and fixtures, . 



State House expenses, $117,673.80. 

Printing, 

Public documents, . 

General Laws, 

Blue Book, 

Publishing laws, . 

Term reports, . 

Paper for the Commonwealth, 

Asse&sors' books and blanks, . 

Registration books and blanks, in 
dexin g returns and editing Regis- 
tration report, 

Ballots for elections. 

Blank forms for town officers. 

Revolutionary records, . 

Reports of capital trials, 

Bradford History, . 

Report of committee on employers 
and employees, . 

Additional copies, report of recess 
committee on salaries of 1903, 

Laws on inspection of lumber. 

History of brown-tail moth, . 



Expenses State printing, $85,128.22. 



$3,.500 00 
4,700 00 
4,500 00 

4,323 70 

900 00 

1,600 00 

1,172 40 



$3,600 00 
4,700 00 
4,600 00 

^ 4,674 86 

900 00 

1,500 00 

1,470 98 



$20,696 10 $21,145 83 



$5,000 00 
31,672 66 



$5,000 00 
32,005 15 



$:«,672 66 $37,006 16 



$26,630 35 

12,:^ 34 

9,093 61 

800 00 

48,979 96 
5,693 84 

22,754 58 
4,946 56 



$126,252 12 



$27,218 96 

14,483 69 

9,466 67 

800 00 

34,487 29 
5,900 79 

20,466 12 
4,860 28 



$117,673 80 



$16,146 83 

3,937 56 

6,996 47 

500 00 

1,8.')4 66 

29,970 78 

836 36 



3,094 83 
9,000 94 
2,466 66 
3,691 88 

812 11 



999 37 
$80,285 44 



$17,027 51 
3,748 15 
6,86103 
500 00 
1,834 ^ 
30,006 96 
1,517 36 



1,971 49 
10,960 37 
« 4,129 23 

3,542 25 
» 2,557 64 



368 28 

57 10 
*47 30 



$3,500 00 
4,700 00 
4,600 00 

4,600 00 

900 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 



$21,100 00 



$5,000 00 
40,000 00 



$46,000 00 



$27,600 00 

14,600 00 

9,600 00 

800 00 

36,000 00 
6,300 00 

25,000 00 
5,000 00 



$123,700 00 



$16,000 00 
4,000 00 
7,000 00 
600 00 
2,000 00 
32,000 00 
2,000 00 



3,800 00 

12,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,700 00 



368 28 
57 10 



$85,128 22 



$87,425 38 



» Balance from loas. 
2 Dertclency bill, $28.83. 



s 1903 appropriation and deficiency. 
« From small items. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



139 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



BeUil 
139t 
134 
i:i4 
i:^ 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 

135 
135 

136 
136 
136 
136 
136 

137 
137 
137 

138 
138 
138 
138 
138 

139 



140 



141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 



142 
142 
142 
142 



• 

Expenses, etc. — Continued, 



EipensM 
190S. 



ExpenMs 
1904. 



Appropriatlont 
1904. 



Supreme Judicial Court. 
Justices' salaries and expenses, 
Retired justices, 

Clerk 

Clerical assistance to clerk, . 
Clerical assistance to justices, 
Expenses, .... 
Beporter of decisions, 
Reporter of decisions, expenses, 
Court officers and messenger. 
Clerk for Su£folk County, 

Superior Court, 
Judges' salaries and expenses. 
Assistant clerk, Suffolk County, 

Probate and Insolvency Courts, 
Jndffes' salaries. 
Registers and assistants. 
Clerk to register in Suffolk County 
Clerks to registers. 
Expenses of courts. 

District Attorneys. 
District attomejrs, . 
Assistant district attorneys,, . 
Clerk to district attorney for Suffolk, 

Land Court. 
Judge, . 
Assistant judge, 
Recorder, 
Clerks, . 
Expenses, 



Bar examiners,' 



Expenses of the judicial depart- 
ment, $435,007.80. 

Commissions ahd Boards. 
Ballot Law Commission, 



Civil Service Commission. 
Compensation and expenses. 
Chief examiner. 
Secretary, 
Registrar of labor, . 
Expenses, 
Printing report, 



Board of Conciliation and Arbitra- 
tion. 

Salaries, 

Clerk, 

Jfixpenses, • • ■ • . 
Printing report, . . . . 



$60,000 00 
6,260 00 
3,000 00 
600 00 
1,615 92 
1,165 68 
4,000 00 
1,890 68 
2,400 00 
1,600 00 

151,408 34 
600 00 

47,855 00 

45,300 00 

1,200 00 

24,225 75 

187 36 

20,550 00 

14,550 00 

1,800 00 

4,600 00 
4,000 00 
4,500 00 
3,960 00 
10,319 83 

1,475 90 



$60,000 00 
'6,250 00 
2,965 52 
500 00 
1,720 :« 
1,078 17 
4,000 00 
1,999 41 
2,400 00 
1,600 00 

161,500 00 
600 00 



60,660 00 

47,562 92 

1,200 00 

25,316 09 

6 50 

20,850 00 

14,800 00 

1,800 00 

4,600 00 
4,291 66 
4,500 00 
3,960 00 
11,646 26 

511 92 



$417,654 46 $4:^,007 80 



$8,600 00 

3,000 00 
500 00 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 
1,500 00 

161,600 00 
600 00 



63,200 00 
47,600 00 

1,200 00 
28,800 00 

3,600 00 

20,860 00 

14,800 00 

1,800 00 

4,600 00 
4,300 00 
4,500 00 
4,000 00 
13,000 00 

1,300 00 



$386,760 00 



$1,527 00 



$1,500 00 



$1,750 00 



$1,390 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

15,041 88 
843 00 

$24,274 88 



$1,415 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

16,892 11 
845 59 

$25,162 70 



$2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

16,700 00 
850 00 



$26,550 00 



$6,000 00 

1,200 00 

9,517 20 

664 80 



$17,282 00 



$6,875 00 
1,375 00 
7,075 07 



$15,326 07 



$6,875 00 

1,376 00 

13,600 00 



$21,850 00 



> No appropriations for salaries. See Constitution. 



* Repealed May 20. 



140 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 



143 
143 
143 
143 



144 
145 



146 
146 
146 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
165 
156 
167 
158 
159 
160 
161 

162 



ia3 

164 



165 
165 
165 
165 
166 
167 
168 



EzpttBMa 



Controller of County Accounts. 

Salary, 

Deputies 

Expenses, .... 
Printing report, 



Board of Reffistration in Dentistry. 
Salaries and expenses, . 

Fish and Game Commission. 
Salaries and expenses, . 

Harbor and Land Commission. 

Salaries, 

Engineers, etc., 

Travel 

Expenses 

Printing town boundary atlases, 
Expenses Province lands. 
Survey of harbors, . 
Dredging South Boston shore, 
Removal of wrecks. 
Protection of Hatfield, . 
Channel at Bass River, Yarmouth 
Protection of Stage harbor, . 
ImproTcment of Lake Anthony, 
Dredging Quincy shore, 
Dredging east shore, Dorchester, 
Dredging Bass River, Beverly, 
Dredging Weymouth Fore River, 
Entrance East Bay, Osterville, 
Improvement Cotuit harbor, . 
Dredging Annisc^uam River, . 
Improvement Witchmere harbor, 
Improvement channel, Green Har 

bor, 

Entrance Red River, Chatham, 
Investigation dry dock, Boston, 
Printing report, 
Survey of Annisquam River, 
Outlet from Menamsha Pond, 
Protection of Hadley, . 
Channel from Vineyard Sound, 
Improvement of Apponagansett 

harbor, 



State Board of Health. 

Secretary, 

Clerks, 

Expenses, 

Printing and binding report, . 
Inspection of milk, food and drugs, 
Purity of inland waters. 
Examination of sewer outlets. 

Amounts carried f one ard^ 



•2,600 00 

4,500 00 

884 69 

21177 



98,096 46 



ExpeDses 



Appropriations 



92,600 00 
4,500 00 
1,089 77 



$8,089 77 



92,600 00 
4,600 00 
1,460 00 



98,460 00 



93,709 61 



93,929 00 



93,960 00 



927,447 33 



98,700 00 

27,988 16 

564 00 

1,173 12 

1,563 83 

2,994 00 

4,834 17 

39,225 27 

165 10 

8,133 61 

51 bl 



97 84 
7,776 74 



937,214 80 



939,636 00 



387 29 

1,399 28 

9,923 42 

92 71 

7,486 46 

16,761 68 



98,700 00 

27,988 68 

400 00 

1,720 42 

2,505 26 

» 3,349 27 

4,097 47 

'■ 21,522 05 

50 00 

= 4,945 14 

* 667 31 

17 76 
6.219 93 

« 7,269 75 

» 26,000 00 

= 23,613 26 

« 2,297 62 

^ 6,179 71 

1,971 8i> 

18 25 



641 68 I 
3<)0 50 I 



98.700 00 

28,000 00 

750 00 

1,760 00 

3,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

1,600 00 



1,000 00 
10,000 00 



5,000 00 

17,000 00 

3,500 00 

10,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 



9139,318 39 9149,565 94 9126,200 00 



93,000 00 
9,875 84 

10,5«)6 37 
3,597 06 

12,482 36. 

3:^,999 66 
7,499 52 



92,612 90 
7,766 68 
8,182 61 
3,724 43 
12,499 98 
33,887 46 
7,492 54 



981,050 81 976,166 60 



93,000 00 
20,000 00 

4,000 00 
12,600 00 
34,000 00 

7,600 00 



981,000 CO 



Appropriation of 1902. 



* Balance from appropriation of 1908. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



141 



Statexcmt IV.— Expekses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 







Expenses 


EzpensM 


Approprlationt 






!••«. 


1904. 


19«4. 


0ttail 


Amounts brought forward, 
State Board of Health — Con. 


$81,060 81 


$76,166 60 


$81,000 00 


169 


Antitoxin lymph, .... 


- 


' 8,791 34 


8,000 00 


170 


Sanitary conditions of fftotories, . 


- 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


171 


Damping of garbage. 

Highway Commission. 


378 92 
$81,429 73 


»695 30 


— 




$86,553 24 


$90,000 00 










172 


Commissioners' salaries, 


$8,600 00 


$8,500 00 


$8,500 00 


172 


Engineers, clerks and assistants, . 


12,778 18 


12,978 00 


13,000 00 


172 


Travel and other expenses, . 


4,o9o HO 


* 5,298 55 


5,000 00 


172 


Printing annual report, . 


984 64 


1,040 44 


1,200 00 


172 


Bent of office, .... 


4,760 00 


4,822 93 


6,100 00 


173 


Care of road-bnilding machinery, . 


1,149 92 


1,023 67 


1,500 00 


174 


Repairs of highways. 


39,954 72 


49,999 47 


60,000 00 


175 


Licensing automobiles, . 
Roads in Middlefield, repairs, 


5,531 88 


» 6,758 04 


5,000 00 


176 


— 


2,832 70 


3,000 00 




Insurance Commissioner, 


978,648 29 


$93,253 70 


$92,300 00 










177 


Salary, ..... 




$3,500 00 


$3,500 00 


$3,600 00 


177 


Deputy, . 








2,500 00 


2,600 00 


2,500 00 


177 


Actuary, 








2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


177 


Examiner, 








2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


177 


Clerks, . 








4.700 00 


4.700 00 


4,700 00 


177 


Extra clerks, . 








24,773 65 


25,717 34 


26,026 00 


177 


Expenses, 








3,999 36 


3,999 40 


4,000 00 


177 


Printing and binding report, . 




4,011 32 


3,827 15 


4,600 00 




Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 


$47,484 32 


$48,243 89 


$49,325 00 










178 


Chief, 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 


178 


First and second clerks. 


» • 


3,650 00 


3,650 00 


3,650 00 


178 


Special agents. 
Clerks and expenses, 


■ • 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 


178 




13,7&3 04 


13,799 41 


13,800 00 


178 


Statistics of manufactures, . 


» ■ 


6,477 69 


6,495 98 


6,500 00 


178 


Printing and binding report, . 
Decennial census, . 




3.166 67 


3,732 19 


4,000 00 


179 




— 


8,909 63 


15.000 00 




Board of Registration in Medicine, 


$32,457 40 


$41,987 21 


$48,350 00 










180 


Salaries and expenses, . 

Board of Registration in Pharmacy. 


$6,49:3 63 


$6,449 13 


$6,850 00 










181 


Salaries and expenses, . 

Publication of Province Laws. 


$7,031 56 


$7,209 32 


$7,775 00 










182 


Salaries and expenses, . 


$7,0a5 91 


$6,899 36 


$7,100 00 


182 


Printing new volumes, . 

Board of Publication. 


4,450 69 
$11,456 60 


— 


6,000 00 




$6,899 36 


$13,100 00 










183 


Expenses, 


$31 46 


«$83 53 


^ 



1 Balance from 19(0. 
• Deficiency bill, $896.65. 



• $1,860 from extraordinary expenses. 

* 1903 appropriation. 



142 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 



DeUil 
184 



186 
185 
185 
185 
185 



186 
186 
186 
186 
186 
186 
186 
186 



187 
188 

180 
190 



Expenses 



Expenses 



Approprietions 



Commissioner of Public Reoords. 
Salaries and expenses, . 
Standard recora ink, 



Commissioners of Samngs Banks. 

Salaries, 

Clerks, 

Clerical and expert assistants, 

Expenses, 

Priiiting report, . . • . 



$4,593 25 
249 75 



$4,164 45 
291 98 



$4,843 00 I $4,456 43 



$5,000 00 
400 00 



$5,400 00 



$9,500 00 
4,700 00 
1,270 00 
2,744 06 
5,264 35 



$9,500 00 
4,700 00 
1,422 80 

» 3,309 27 
5,181 02 



I $23,478 40 I $24,113 09 



Tax Comnilsfiion. 
Tax Commissioner, 
Deputy, .... 
First and second clerks. 
Extra clerks, . 
Trayelling, . 
Contingent, . 
Printing report. 
Expenses State yaluation , 



Commission on Uniform Legislation. 
Expenses 

Board of Registration in Veterinary 

Medicine. 
Salaries and expenses, . 

Committee on emplojers and em- 
ployees 



Commission on Adult Blind, 



Commission on Buildings Laws, . 



191 Committee on systems of sewerage. 



Committee on Massachusetts 
school fund, .... 



Committee on public improYC' 
ments 



$3,500 00 

2,500 00 

3,500 00 

16,696 02 

166 18 

4,178 04 

885 77 

2,968 00 

$34,393 01 



$3,500 00 

2,600 00 

3,500 00 

18,256 15 

112 36 

4,104 77 

930 64 

1,804 00 

$34,706 92 



$9,500 00 
4,700 00 
2.600 00 
3,000 00 
6,182 02 

$24,882 02 



$116 42 



$3,500 00 
2,500 00 
3,500 00 

19,500 00 

500 00 

4,150 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

$37,660 00 



$1,000 00 



» $1,111 70 



$2,112 02 I '$6,648 09 



$201 24 



$136 53 



$4,000 00 



$5,000 00 



$4,999 98 $5,000 00 



* $104 73 



$830 03 



Commission on Trust Companies, . 

Expenses of commissions and 
boards, $607,633.13. 



$223 39 


1 


$15 98 







1 Deficiency bill, $281.67. $77.60 from Binall items. * $2,548.09 from 1«0S. 

• 1903 appropriation and deficiency. * From extraordinary expensefi. 



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143 



Statement IV. — Rxpenses belonging to 1908 and 1904. 


Expenses, etc. — Continued. 




• 


Expenses 
1MI8. 


Expenses 
1904. 


Appropriations 



DeUil 

192 
192 
192 
192 
192 
192 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 



197 
198 



199 
199 
199 

199 
199 
199 

199 
199 
200 
201 
202 



203 
203 
203 
203 
203 
204 
204 

204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
204 
205 



AgricidturaL 
Board of Agriculture, — 

Secretary's salary, . 

Clerks, etc., 

Expenses, 

Printing and binding report, 

Incidentals, 

Members' expenses, 

Dissemination of information 
Agricultural societies, . 
Dairy Bureau, 
Nursery inspectors. 
Cattle Bureau, — 

Salaries, .... 

Extermination of diseases 
among cattle. 
Compensation of inspectors of ani- 
mals, 

State forester, 

Massachusetts Agpricultural Col 
lege,— 

Scholarships, . 

Instruction, etc.. 

Maintenance, including labor 
fund, .... 

Maintenance heating plant, 

Maintenance dining hall, 

Maintenance veterinary labo- 
ratory, .... 

Trustees' expenses, . 

Annual report. 
Agricultural Experiment Station 
Commercial feed stuffs, . 
Foot and mouth disease. 
Nails for marking trees, 



Expenses agricultural depart- 
ment, $176,693.15. 

Charitable. 
State Board of Charity,— 

Expenses of the Board, 

Annual report, 

Adult poor. 

Minor wards, . 

Auxiliary visitors, . 

Transportation of paupers. 

Indigent and neglected chil 
dren, 

Contagious diseases, 

Tuition of children. 

Support of paupers, . 

Burial of paupers, . 

Temporarv aid. 

Support of pauper infants, 

Investigation of crippled per- 
sons, 



I 



93,000 00 
3,200 00 

321 09 
5,539 75 

800 00 

1,285 17 

3,247 27 

17,939 51 

8,200 00 

904 79 

3,000 00 

89,955 00 

7,362 00 



10,000 00 
18,000 00 



1,000 00 

499 16 

709 35 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

38,244 98 

100 00 



$3,000 00 
3,200 00 

243 06 
5,667 80 

800 00 

1,266 64 

3,298 73 

17,618 10 

8,200 00 

818 12 

3,000 00 

65,768 52 

6,162 97 
1,466 56 



16,000 00 
13,000 00 

10,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 

450 62 

860 35 

10,500 00 

3,000 00 

1,391 78 



33,000 00 
3,200 00 

600 00 
6,000 00 

800 00 
1,500 00 
3,300 00 
18,000 00 
8,200 00 
1,000 00 

3,000 00 

62.000 00 

7,600 00 
6,200 00 



15,000 00 
13,000 00 

10,000 00 
600 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
10,500 00 
3,000 00 
1,391 78 



$226,298 07 $176,593 15 $181,091 78 



$7,798 42 
1,840 71 

39,497 29 

42,:^6 85 
1,241 58 

12,000 00 

190,731 95 
53,456 45 
22,846 77 
59,999 99 
7,483 20 
30,000 00 
52,874 53 



$7,912 76 
1,769 56 

39,988 89 

43,191 00 
1,280 39 

12,:^63 73 

209,998 16 
29,963 33 
23,554 74 
59,999 79 
7,499 a3 
30,000 00 

' 68,632 98 

«66 35 



$8,000 00 
2,000 00 

40,000 00 

43,500 00 
1,600 00 

12,600 00 

210,000 00 
30,000 00 
25,000 00 
60,000 00 
7,600 00 
30,000 00 
66,000 00 



$522,117 74 |$526,211 31 I $626,100 00 



1 Balance, deficiency. 



* 190^ appropriation. 



144 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued. 



EspentM 



Expenses 



Approprlatlont 



DeUil 

206 
206 
206 
206 
206 
206 
206 

206 



207 
208 

209 
210 
211 



212 
213 

214 

215 

216 

217 

218 
219 

220 

221 
222 
223 

224 
225 



Charitable — Con. 
State Board of Insanity, — 

Expenses of the Board, . 

Annual report, 

Officers and employees, . 

Transportation, etc., 

Persons boarded in families, . 

Persons boarded in almshouses. 

Persons boarded in Boston In- 
sane Hospital, 

Persons boarded in hospital 
cottages 



Miscellaneous, — 

Special allowance for paupers, 
Massachusetts Charitable Eye 

and Ear Infirmary, 
Annuities, . . . . 

Pensions, 

Reimbursement of towns for 

support of insane, . 
Report on State Sanatorium, . 



InstittUions. 

Dangers Insane Hospital expenses, 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs and Inebriates expenses, 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso- 
maniacs industries, 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep- 
tics expenses, .... 

Massachusetts School for the 
Feeble-minded expenses, . 

Massachusetts State Sanatorium 
expenses, 

Medfield Insane Asylum expenses, 

Northampton Insane Hospital ex- 
penses, 

State Colony for the Insane ex- 
penses, 

State Hospital expenses, 

Taunton Insane Hospital expenses, 

Westborongh Insane Hospital ex- 

W senses, 
brcester Insane Asylum expenses, 
Worcester Insane Hospital ex- 
penses, 



Total charitable expenses, 92,406,- 



93,060 65 
757 94 

16,196 56 
7,331 01 
6,515 14 



5,690 75 



940,054 04 



94,632 68 

757 17 

19,2% a3 

> 10,108 44 

26,a32 02 

46.563 70 

64.564 50 
6,316 72 



9178,161 06 



95,000 00 
800 00 
19,.')00 00 
9,000 00 
28^000 00 
60,000 00 

91,000 00 

6,000 00 



9219,100 00 



91,918 06 

30,000 00 

6,709 24 

520 00 

14,070 90 
58 77 

953,276 97 



943,074 46 
21,910 50 

41,579 43 

68,589 89 

90,000 00 
48,547 92 

19,490 00 

11,947 05 

202,256 82 

45,855 00 

51,231 86 
35,046 88 

59,554 88 



9739,084 69 



9736 69 

30,0(W00 

« 5,937 82 

520 00 

»907 97 



938,102 48 



9216,266 97 

22,418 00 

* 3,390 66 

78,794 92 

67,168 89 

90,000 00 
235,767 28 

113,575 43 

27,942 46 
214,177 99 
154,860 00 

133,499 30 
119,331 45 

187,266 82 



9736 69 

30,000 00 

5,866 16 

520 00 



937,122 85 



9216,266 97 

22,418 00 

3,000 00 

78,794 92 

67,168 89 

90,000 00 
286,866 48 

113,675 43 

29,350 00 
214,045 00 
154,860 00 

133,499 30 
122,149 42 

187,266 82 



91,664,460 07 91,719,261 23 



' Balance, deficiency, 
s $71.65 from 1903. 



• 1903 appropriation. 

4 Balance from 190S appropriation. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



145 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1908 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Oonthiued. 



Expenses 



Ezpenies 
1904. 



Appropriations 
1904. 



B«tail 
226 
226 
226 
226 
226 
226 
226 



State Library. 
Books, .... 
Librarian, 
Librarian's olerks, . 
Contingent expenses, 
Printing and binding report, 
Index ox current events, 
Aid to promote the establishment 
of free public libraries, 



96,493 80 
3,000 00 
4,300 00 
2,499 11 
722 19 
1,000 00 

1,7.31 54 



96,499 29 
3,000 00 
4,300 00 
2,498 91 
6a3 06 
1,000 00 

1,776 96 



96,600 00 
3,000 00 
4,300 00 
2,000 00 
800 00 
1,000 00 

2,700 00 



919,746 64 919,758 25 I 920,800 00 



227 ' 

227 

227 • 

227 

228 

229 

230 

231 

232 
232 

233 I 

234 ! 

235 
236 I 



237 

238 
239 

240 

241 

241 

241 

242 
243 

244 
245 

246 



Educational Expenses., 

State Board of Education, — 
Secretary's salar J, etc., . 
Members' travel, 
Incidentals, 
Printing and binding report. 

Support of normal schools, 

Aid to pupils in normal schools, 

Normal Art School, 

Examination of teachers. 

School superintendents in small 
towns, 

High school tuition in small towns 

Transportation of pupils, 

Salaries of teachers in small towns. 

Education of deaf pupils, 

Perkins Institution and Massachu 
setts School for the Blind, . 

Instruction for adult blind at their 
homes, .... 

County teachers' associations, 

Dukes County Educational Asso 
elation, .... 

Massachusetts Teachers' Associa- 
tion, 

Teachers' institutes. 

School registers and blanks, . 

Premium on securities purchased 
for the Massachusetts school fund. 

Income technical education fund, 
U. S. grant, .... 

Income technical education fund 
Commonwealth grant. 

Premium on securities, technical 
education fund, . 

Nautical Training School, 

Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 

New England Industrial School 
for Deaf Mutes, . 

Manual of school laws, . 

Amounts carried forward^ 



920,736 01 

526 97 

1,671 87 

2,479 12 

281,621 13 

4,000 00 

28,702 46 

487 58 

89,958 32 
39,388 27 

10,961 78 
78,921 20 

30,000 00 

4,663 71 
350 00 



300 00 
1,721 82 
1,198 47 

99,999 85 

5,696 00 



918,557 

390 

1,525 

2,169 

271,283 
4,000 

* 29,339 



76 
82 
73 
65 
92 
00 
24 



67,488 77 



29,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,500 00 



93,316 66 

45,.569 9A 

*106 00 

74,781 28 

30,000 00 

4,910 79 
625 00 



300 00 

1,077 20 

768 70 

23,132 83 

6,634 90 

424 65 

3,012 50 
74,675 05 

29,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,500 00 
"286 53 



9808,373 33 



9724,389 05 



923,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

271,298 00 

4,000 00 

29,246 00 



98,750 00 
40,000 00 



78,000 00 

30,000 00 

5,000 00 
650 00 

50 00 

300 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

50,000 00 

6,634 90 

424 65 

4,000 00 
75,000 00 

29,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,500 00 
9763,063 66 



^ Balance from small Items. 



' 1902 appropriation. 



146 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Contintied. 



Detiil 



247 
249 



260 
260 
260 
260 
260 
260 
261 
262 



263 
264 
264 
264 



264 

264 
266 
266 
267 
268 

269 
260 
261 
261 

261 
262 
263 



Expense! 



£xp«DMt 

1M4. 



Appropriations 



Amounts brought for war d^ 

Educational Erpenses — Con. 
National Educational Association, 
New Bedford Textile School, 
Bradford-Durfee Textile School, . 
Lowell Textile School, . 



$808,373 33 



918 96 
20,000 00 



$724,389 06 



18,000 00 



38,000 00 20,000 00 
60,000 00 I 20,000 00 



S763,063 66 



18,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 



,«917,292 29 



Educational expenses, including 
State Library, $802,147.30. 



Military Department. 
Adjutant-General's salary, . 

Clerks, .... 

Extra clerks, . 

Messenger, 

Incidentals, 

Printing and binding report. 
Quartermaster's expenses, 
Quartermaster's supplies. 
Quartermaster's supplies, old ma 

terial, sale of, . 
Militaiy accounts, . 
Militia pay and allowances, . 

Transportation of , . 

Rifle practice, . 

Allowance to officers for uni 
forms, .... 

Allowance to officers for care 
of property, . 

Camp ground, . 
Instruction in riding, 
Armoiy rents, 
Repairs to uniforms. 
Expenses, care, heating and repairs 

to armories, .... 
Janitors of armories. 
Expenses U. S. S. " Inca," . 
Surgeon-General's salary, 

Incidentals, 

Printing report. 

Examination of recruits, . 

International rifle match, 

First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Equipment First Regiment Heavy 

Artillery, 



Expenses military department, 
. $866,964.30. 



$3,600 00 

8,200 00 

7,090 00 

800 00 

3.276 11 

888 21 

6,620 36 

11,984 64 

1,934 74 

4,442 37 

153,817 16 

17,860 12 

21,936 39 



4,6a3 68 

949 00 

3,374 00 

37,425 02 

9,116 09 

36,964 27 
6,632 63 
1,185 73 
1,200 00 
2,364 69 
88 55 
2,672 98 
2,000 00 
292 00 

460 10 



$.351,668 72 



$782,389 05 



$821,063 66 



$3,600 00 

8,700 00 

7,289 47 

800 00 

2,645 65 

911 82 

» 8,019 51 

» 10,713 43 



^ 4,166 04 

168,884 26 

16,838 44 

21,687 66 



4,366 52 

1,864 11 

3,420 00 

39,491 67 

^ 9,607 67 

> 42,781 42 

6,906 24 

^ 3,970 29 

1.200 00 

2,391 58 

2,463 81 
2,904 19 
2,402 48 



$365,954 30 



$3,600 00 
8,900 00 
7,100 00 
800 00 
3,600 00 
1,100 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 



4,000 00 

165,000 00 

19,000 00 

23,000 00 

17,000 00 

5,160 00 
2,500 00 
4,000 00 
39,600 00 
9,000 00 

36,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,194 00 
1,200 00 
2,475 00 

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



$386,119 00 



1 Deficiency bill. 



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147 



Statement IY. — Expenses rrtx)nging to 1903 and 1904. 


Expenses, etc. — Continued. 






ExpenMs 
IMS. 


Expenies 


Appropriations 



264 

265 
265 
265 
265 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 

270 

271 



272 
273 



274 
274 
274 
274 
274 
274 
274 
275 

276 

277 

278 

279 
280 
281 

282 

283 
284 
286 



ExperiMs resulting from Wars, 
State and military aid, . 
Commiasioner on State Aid and 
Pensions, — 

Salary, 

Deputy, 

Clerks, 

Agents, . . . . . 
Expenses, 
Massachusetts Soldiers' Home, 
Commissioners on War Records, . 
Preserving war records, . 
Veterans who have not received 
bounties report, .... 
Testimonials to soldiers and sailors 

in war with Spain, 
Bounties to Massachusetts volun- 
teers, 

Medals for Minute Men of 1861, . 
Bounty Claims Commission, . 
First Kegiment Massachusetts Vol- 
unteers of 1861, .... 



War expenses, $863,218.26. 



'Reformatory, 
Board of Prison Commissioners, — 
Chairman, 
Secretary, 
Clerks, 
Travel, . 
Contingent, 
Agents, . 

Pnnting and binding report, 
Aiding convicts discharged from 

State Prison, 

Agent for aiding discharged female 

prisoners, . . . . . 

Aiding prisoners discharged from 

Massachusetts Reformatory, 
Removal of prisoners to ana from 

prisons, .... 
Industrial camp for prisoners, 
State Prison expenses, 
Massachusetts Reformatory ex- 
penses, 

Reformatory Prison for Women 

expenses, .... 
State Farm expenses, 
State Industrial School expenses, 
Lyman School for Boys expenses, 



Ammmts carried forward, 



9784,070 82 

2,500 00 
2.000 00 
7,402 20 
4,372 35 
1,:330 62 
30,000 00 
9,460 25 
133 76 

1,336 31 

2,466 80 



2,820 00 
6,000 00 

121 00 



9854,014 10 



94,000 00 
2,600 00 
4,699 16 
2,897 37 
1,491 44 
5,200 00 
876 83 



2,711 41 

3,999 63 

3,838 99 

846 68 

8,517 49 

158,940 26 

215,823 70 

57,662 86 

179,198 30 

43,841 79 

79,736 59 



9776,682 49 



9802,667 03 

2,500 00 
2,000 00 
7,896 60 
4,584 33 
1,268 42 

30,000 00 
9,889 75 

* 1,019 00 

» 532 31 
^32 45 
126 00 
'34 44 

'669 03 



9863,218 26 



94,000 00 
2,600 00 
4,665 00 
2,868 02 
2,481 51 
5,200 00 



2,517 34 

3,999 66 

4,633 20 

1,475 82 
» 16,481 45 
159,720 61 

216,127 99 

57,403 74 
202,198 86 

45,880 97 
« 81,417 10 



9813,561 27 



9806,000 00 



2,500 00 
2,000 00 

13,860 00 

30,000 00 

10,000 00 

500 00 



125 00 



9864,975 00 



94,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,700 00 
3,000 00 
2,600 00 
5,200 00 



3,000 00 

4,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,600 00 

162,000 00 

216,600 00 

57,600 00 

202,200 00 

45,872 00 

81,966 00 



9801,838 00 



1 1908 appropriation 
* Small items. 



for balance. 



* Balance from 1906 appropriation. 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 



Expenses, etc. — Continued, 



Expanses 



Expenses 
1904. 



Appropriations 



Pettil 



286 

^86 

286 
286 
286 
287 
287 
287 

287 

288 



289 

290 
291 
292 
293 
2^^ 
295 
296 
297 
298 

299 

300 

301 

802 
303 
304 



305 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Reformatory — Con. 
Trustees Lyman and Industrial 

Schools expenses, 
Trustees Lyman and Industrial 

School, agents, . 
Boys boarded out, . 
Girls boarded out, . 
Instruction in public schools, 
District Police, 

Printing report District Police, 
Apparatus for examination of en 

gineers, .... 
Steamer '* Lexington " expenses, 
Support of Sarah J. Bobinson, 
Manual of Prison Laws, 



Reformatory and correctional ex< 
penses, Sf)68,986.89. 

Public Buildings. 
State Hospital, 

State Prison 

MassachusettH Reformatory, . 
Reformatory Prison for Women, 
State Farm, .... 
Lyman School for Boys, 
Industrial School for Girls, . 
Normal School, Bridgewater, 
Normal School, Fitchburg, . 
Normal School, Framingham, 
Normal School, North Adams, 
Normal School, Salem, . 
Normal School, Westfield, . 
Normal School, Worcester, . 
Massachusetts Agricultural Col 

lege, ..... 
Massachusetts School for Feeble 

minded, .... 
Hospital Cottages for Children, 
State Sanatorium, . 
Hospital for Dipsomaniacs, etc., 
Danvers Insane Hospital, 
Taunton Insane Hospital, 



Expenses public buildings, $90,- 
022.06. 

Sinking Funds^ etc. 
Massachusetts school fund, . 
Massachusetts war loan, 
Medfield Insane Asylum loan, 

Amounts carried forward f 



$776,682 49 



1,095 10 

7,»47 40 
4,673 13 
6,337 49 

499 00 
118,988 94 

662 48 

?A6 01 
8,968 19 



$813,661 27 



1,051 68 

8,263 95 
5,067 42 
7,7a5 28 

666 70 
121,9:^9 86 

640 90 

226 73 
8,994 10 
'800 00 



$924,590 23 ;$968,986 89 



$3,004 84 
3,981 93 
4,018 45 
1,359 31 

13,352 94 
7,2:^^ 34 

30,888 62 
4,027 32 

65,243 14 
2,534 .32 

71,264 51 
6,9*K) 40 

56,181 93 
899 10 

22,961 16 

13,468 as 

483 40 < 

1,616 54 

3.297 38 

71 17 

4,448 18 

$.307,335 51 



$7,783 85 

2,047 60 
2,499 38 
3,090 26 
6,340 68 
10,046 71 
26,622 61 
3,022 67 
1,4S>9 62 
7,965 26 

850 00 



6,176 67 

7,287 32 

80 46 

1,216 65 

4,502 62 



$801,838 00 



1,300 00 

9,000 00 
5,000 00 
7,730 00 
725 00 
126,350 00 
1,700 00 

500 00 

9,000 00 

400 00 

400 00 

$963,943 00 



$90,022 05 



$77,000 00 



2,600 00 

1,200 00 
8,245 00 



1,600 00 

850 00 

3,900 00 



$96,196 00 



$100,000 00 

567 61 

6,149 37 



$100,000 00 



$106,716 88 ,$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



1 Balance from 1903 appropriation. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



149 



Statement IV. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 


Expenses, etc. — Continued. 






BzpeniM 
190S. 


Expenses 
1M4. 


Approprtattons 
1904. 



Detail 



306 

307 
306 
309 
310 
311 

312 
313 

314 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 

322 
323 

324 



a9»^ 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Sinking Funds, etc, — Con. 
State highway loan, 
State House loans, . 



Sinking funds, etc., $100,000. 



^fis<xUaneous. 
Metropolitan bouleyards, mainte- 
nance, 

Railroad inquests, . 
Damages by wild deer, . 
Medical examiners' fees. 
Firemen, payment to families of. 
Construction of roads at Mash pee 

and Truro, .... 
Gratuities, .... 
Massachusetts State Firemen's As- 
sociation, .... 
Liquor licenses, 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 
Mount Tom Beserratiou, . . 
Survey of Grey lock Reservation, 
Wachusett Mountain Reseryation 
Grey Jock State Reservation, . 
Statue of Gen . William F. Bartlett 
Licensing coal dealers, . 
Expenses of electoral college, • 
National encampment, G. A. R., 
Lewis and Clark Exposition, 
Statue of General Hooker, 
Dedication of statue of General 

Hooker, .... 
Statue of Gen. N. P. Banks, . 
TtriHcTA PAmhrokA and Hanover. 



9106,716 88 



66,403 69 
69,347 60 

$242,468 07 



$39,510 50 

2,508 13 

237 30 

371 90 

5,000 00 

800 00 
1,693 17 

12,000 00 

575 00 

16,235 50 

1,828 26 
2,317 37 
7,209 00 

258 47 



24,788 17 

18,611 38 
7,000 00 



$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$39,842 01 

1,933 05 

'.392 25 

144 60 

7,000 00 


$41,600 00 
3,000 00 

500 00 
10,000 00 



800 00 
3,915 71 

12,000 00 

575 00 

» 76,875 41 

» 23,472 13 

1 171 74 

* 324 70 

292 80 

« 18,382 81 

U5 28 

50,000 00 
1,495 00 



' 2,021 79 
1 6,000 00 ' 



800 00 
3,915 71 

12,000 00 
575 00 



14,000 00 



500 00 

50,000 00 

5,000 00 



ERRATA. 



Page 148, detail No. 208, Normal School, North Adams. Appropriation for 
1904 should be $7,600.00, making total appropriations for Public Buildings 
$102,096.00. 

Of the expenses ($7,»66. 26), $466.26 was paid from the appropriation for 1903. 



150 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement IY. — Expenses belonging to 1903 and 1904. 





Expenses, etc. - 


— Concluded. 












iDterett 






1MI8. 


1»04. 


oo 
Bood8 8old«etc. 




Interest, 










Abolition grade crossings loan, 


9279,485 00 


i 1280,762 60 


953,706 68 




Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, 


48 66 


2,260 76 


— 




Harbor improvement loan, . 


17,600 00 


17.600 00 


— 




Massaclinsetts Hospital for Con- 










snmptiyes loan, .... 


12,280 00 


14,906 00 


- 




Massachusetts Hospital for Epilep- 


• 








tics loan, 


11,543 60 


12,418 60 


— 




Massachusetts war loan. 


37,126 00 


37,200 00 


— 




Medfield Insane Asylum loan, 
Metropolitan parks loan, series two 


44,014 26 


48,783 00 


1,166 61 












(Commonwealth's half) , . 


36,664 18 


69,937 00 


— 




Prisons and hospitals loan, . 


44,322 38 


66,266 62 


3,994 71 




State House loan, .... 


7,960 00 


19,660 00 


661 39 




State House construction loan, 


123,712 60 


118,730 00 


M2 60 




State highway loan. 


134,637 60 


163,012 60 


6,220 83 




Temporary loan, .... 


87,023 70 


66,976 94 


49,262 87 




$836,306 67 


9887,391 81 


9114,478 49 


1 Less accrued inteiest, 


82,479 00 


114,473 49 


— 




Net interest, . 


9768,827 67 


9772,918 32 


- 



Re<x^tiU<Uion. 

Legislatiye department, 9368,725 21 

Ezeoutiye and other departments, 198,605 70 

State House expenses, 117,673 80 

Printing other than legislative 86,128 22 

Judiciary, 485,007 80 

Commissions and other boards, 607,633 18 

Agricultural department, including Cattle Commissioners and 

expenses of the Gypsy Moth Commission, 176,693 16 

Charitable expenses, 2,406,934 92 

Educational, including State library 802,147 30 

Military department, 365,954 30 

State and military aid and other war expenses, .... 863,218 26 

Reformatory and correctional 968,966 89 

Public buildings 90,022 05 

Sinking funds and Massachusetts school fund, .... 100,000 00 

Interest on actual State 'debt 772,918 32 

Miscellaneous, 270,154 28 

Total 98,619,603 33 



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Statement V. 



BxpensM fl»r 1904 In Detail. 



Details 76-78. 



DETAIL No. 76. 

Clerks — Senate and House. 

[Revised LawB, chap. 3; Acts 1904, chaps. 187 and 190.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



Salakibb. 
Henry D. Goolidg^e, clerk of the Senate, $3,000 00 
James W. Kimball, clerk of the House, 3,000 00 



William H. Sanger, assistant clerk of 

the Senate S2,000 00 

Frank £. Bridgman, assistant clerk of 

the Hoase, 2,000 00 

Carl A. Raymond, assistant clerk of the 

House, 7S0 00 

Clarence J. Smith, assistant clerk of the 

House 750 00 



$6,000 00 



Extra clerical services, 



5,500 00 
1,231 00 



DETAIL No. 77. 

Chaplains — Senate and House. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 3; Acts 1904, chap. 1.] 



Edward A. Horton (Senate) , 
Daniel W. Waldron (House), 




DETAIL No. 78. 

Sergeant-at-Arms' Department. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chaps. I and 40.] 



Salakibb. 
Charles 6. Davis, to January 11, . 
David T. Remington, from January 12, 
John Kinnear, first clerk, 
Ellen M. Burrill, cashier. 

Contingent. 

Postage (office), 

Postage (Bulletin), . . . . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Miscellaneous, 



$103 49 
3,396 51 
2,200 00 
1,000 00 


$112 00 

171 21 

44 35 

22 25 



Amount carried forwardi 




$231,970 00 



12,731100 



600 00 



7,049 81 



$252,360 81 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



163 



Statement V. 



MM A»r 1*04 In I»e*»ll. 



Detail 79. 



DBTAIL No. 70. 

Doorkeepers, Messengers and Pages. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acta 1004, chap. 1.] 



Amount brought forward^ 


• . . . 


... 


$252,350 81 


Sbnatk. 








David T. Remington, doorlLeeper, to 






January 11, .... 


$4435 






Lake K. Davis, doorkeeper, from Jan- ! 






nary 12, 


. 1,455 65 






Luke K. JDavis, assistant doorkeeper, to 






Jannarvll, .... 
Charles H. Johnson, assistant 


67 41 






door- 






keeper, from Jannary 12, . 


942 90 










$2,510 31 




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• 






Benjamin H. Jelllson, . 


$860 00 






J. Henry Locke, . 




850 00 






Francis A. Ireland, 




85000 






Edward G. Cook, . 




850 00 






Joseph W. Abbott, 




850 00 






Lawrence G. Mitchell, . 




850 00 






Bnoch Pratt, . 




850 00 






W. 8. Cook, . 




795 10 










6,745 10 










Pages. 








Charles P. Sawyer, 


$510 00 






Warren H. Swift, .... 


. . 510 00 






Benjamin H. KcKinley, 


510 00 


1,530 00 










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Thomas F. Pedrick, doorkeeper. 


from 






February 1, 
Thomas F. Pedrick, assistant 


. $1,375 00 






door- 






keeper, to January 31, 


190 00 






Sidney Gardner, assistant doorkc 


>eper, 






from February 1, 


83000 


2,395 00 










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Ezra T. Pope, 


$850 00 






Francis Steele, 






850 00 






John B.Hollis, . 






850 00 






Henry W. Sykes, . 






850 00 






Benjamin B. Brown, 






860 00 






Thomas Coyne, 






850 00 






John B. Fisher, . 






850 00 






Edwin C. Gould, . 






850 00 






Mark C. London, . 






850 00 






Sidney Holmes, 






85000 






Charles J. Tarbell, 






85000 






Thomas P. Frost, . 






850 00 






Joseph S. Adlington, 






85000 






James P. Clare, 






850 00 






Thomas J. Tucker, 






805 00 






Sidney Ghkrdner, to January 31, 


100 00 






Extra services after close of sessio 


n, . 486 00 


13,291 00 










Pages, 








Ernest G. Webb, . 


. $510 00 






Meddle W. Brown, 


510 00 






Amounts carried forward. 


$26,471 41 


$252,360 81 



164 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



lizpeiiAea fbr 1904 In De4»ll. 



Details 80, 81. 



Doorkeepers, Messengers and Pages — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forwardf 

Alexander L. Kickeison, 
Charles B. Davis, . 
Raymond B. Handforth, 
George W. Nixon, 
Homer H. Hopkins, 



$510 00 
510 00 
510 00 
510 00 
510 00 



James Beatty, 



Postmaster, 



326,471 41 



3,570 00 
1,200 00 



DETAIL No. 80. 

Senate Printing and Binding. 

[Revised Laws, chaps. 6 and 9; Acts 1904, chap. 1.] 

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2,000 copies Governor's inaagraral address, . 
900 copies report of State Board of Health on 

dampinff of garbage in harbois. 
Sundry other Sisnate docaments, 
Oalendar, 
Journal, . 
Journal (cloth), 
Night work, . 
Sundry printing, 
Index to Senate documents. 
Miscellaneous, 



3136 71 

73 11 

1,856 23 

791 20 

2,136 86 

1,397 13 

2,010 00 

983 11 

40 99 

71 44 



DETAIL No. 81. 

House Printing and Binding. 

[Revised I^aws, chape. 6 and 9; Acts 1904, chap. 1.] 



900 copies report of the Adjutant-General on veter- 
ans of the civil war who have never received 
bounties, 

900 copies report of the Metropolitan Water and 
Sewerage Board on the quantity of water 
supplied to cities and towns, 

900 copies abstract of report of Auditor of Ac- 
counts, 

900 copies Auditor of Accounts statement of esti- 
mates for the year 1904, .... 

900 copies report of special committee on salaries 
of State and county officials, 

900 copies report of special committee to consider 
the matter of making public improvements, 
etc., . . 

900 copies report of Tax Commissioner on appor- 
tionment of State and county tax, 

900 copies report of committee on taxation on the 
report of 'the Tax Commissioner, . 

900 copies report of a minority of the committee 
on constitutional amendments, . 

Sundry other House documents 

Calendar, 

Journal, 

Amounts carried forward^ .... 



$827 05 

288 37 
272 11 
178 36 
160 83 

127 10 

97 33 

39 30 

30 94 
6,985 68 
1,233 26 
2,693 91 



$12,934 23 



3252,360 81 



31,241 41 



9,493 78 



3298,086 00 



1906.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



165 



Statement V. 



Ii3n»«n««* fl^r 1904 Im I>et«Il. 



Details 88-85. 



House Printing and Binding — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Journal (cloth), 

Night work 

Sundry printlDg, 

Index to Houm documents, 

Newspapers, 

Miscellaneous, 


912,934 23 

1,698 98 

4,500 00 

390 18 

125 57 

168 63 

64 86 


$293,086 00 
19,862 36 






DETATTi No. 82. 

Printing and Binding Manual of the General 

Court.. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 9; Acts 1904, chaps. 1 and 816.] 




13.500 copies 


4,334 93 




DETATT. No. 88. 

Legislative Stationery. 




Senate. 

Miscellaneous, 46 60 

House. 

Stationery, etc., $563 95 

Document hoxes, 82 78 

Miscellaneous, 40 21 


• 

$606 67 

686 94 


1,193 61 






DETAIL No. 84. 

Printing, etc., ordered by the Serge ant-at- Arms. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chap. 1.] 




Printing, 

Stationery, etc., 


$883 30 
78 30 


961 60 


1 






DETAIL No. 86. 

Contingent Expenses of the Legislature. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 1.] 




Repairs, 

Cleaning committee rooms, 

Miscellaneous 

Carpets, etc., 


$996 14 
257 25 
310 59 
245 77 




Amounts carried forward 


$1,809 76 


$319,438 49 



166 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



fl^r 1*04 In DctAll. 



Details 86,87. 



Contingent Expenses of the I^egislaturb — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Supplies, 

Frank W. Cole, services in document room, . 
William H. Hunt, porter in House corridor. 



81,809 76 

111 44 
600 00 
235 00 



DBTAIIi No. 86. 

Expenses of Legislative Bulletin. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 2; Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 



A. M. Bridgman, services, 
Printing, 



$1,000 00 
3,115 63 



DETAIL No. 87. 

Expenses of Legislative Committees. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chape. 1, 407 and 440.] 



Committee on agriculture : — 

Advertising, 8186 19 

Carriage hire, 8 34 

Cigars 3 60 

Hotel bills 28 06 

Travelling expenses 35 28 

Committee on banks and banking: — 
Advertising, . 

Committee on cities : — 

Advertising, $625 46 

Carriage hire 33 00 

Cigars, 38 50 

Hotel bills, 532 50 

Telegrams, etc., 1 55 

Travelling expenses, .... 196 00 



Committee on constitutional amendments : — 
Advertising 

Committee on counties: — 

Advertising, 

Carriage hire, .... 

Cigars, 

Hotel bills, 

Telegrams, etc., .... 
Travelling expenses. 

Committee on drainage : — 

Advertising $59 32 

Carriage hire, 15 00 

Hotel bills 18 00 

Travelling expenses, .... 11 30 



$65 59 


25 


10 40 


80 80 


40 


36 63 



Amounts carried forward , 



$319,438 49 



2,756 19 



4,115 63 



$326,310 31 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



167 



Statement V. 



Kzp«Ma«» fl»r I9«4 1m D«Ca11. 



Detail 87. 



Expenses op Legislative Committees — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Committee on education : — 

Adrertising 3226 37 

Carriage hire, 44 33 

Cigars, 3 00 

Hotel bills »4 20 

Trayelling expenses, .... 133 15 

Committee on elections : — 
Travelling expenses, 



Committee on election laws: — 
Advertising, .... 



Committee on federal relations: — 
Advertising, 



Committee on fisheries and game : — 
Advertising, 



Committee on harbors and public lands : — 
Advertising 8167 24 



Carriage hire, 

Cigars, 

Hotel bills, . . . . 
Telegrams, etc., 
Travelling expenses, 

Committee on insurance : — 
Advertising, .... 



139 00 

26 00 

304 90 

8 41 

230 94 



Committee on Judiciary : — 
Advertising, .... 



Committee on labor: — 
Advertising, . 
Carriage hire, 
Cig^ars, .... 
Hotel bills, . 
Travelling expenses, 

Committee on libraries: — 
Advertising, . 



3286 01 

4 00 
1 76 

5 15 
7 20 



Committee on liquor law : — 
Advertising, .... 



Committee on mercantile affairs : — 

Advertising, 3709 75 

Cigars, 3 00 

Hotel bills 112 80 

Travelling expenses, .... 45 03 



Committee on metropolitan affairs: — 

Advertising, 3202 74 

Carriage hire 17 00 

Cigars, 3 50 

Hotel bills, 45 00 

Telegrams, etc., 60 

Travelling expenses, .... 23 80 



Amounts carried forward, 



32,366 00 



471 65 
1 85 

308 84 

56 56 

363 27 



3326,310 31 



876 49 
202 17 

1,735 08 



304 11 
3 00 

458 69 



871 08 



292 64 



38,309 as 



3326,310 31 



168 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



£Jan. 



Statement V. 



A»r 19«4 In Detoll. 



Detail 87. 



Expenses of Legislative Committees — Continued. 



Amounts brought fortoard, .... 

Committee on military affairs: — 

Advertising 384 70 

Carriage hire, 41 33 

Cigars 21 00 

Hotel bills 94 17 

Travelling expenses, .... 64 00 



Committee on parishes and religions societies : — 
Advertising, 

Committee on printing: — 
Advertising, 



Committee on prisons 
Advertising, . 
Carriage hire. 
Cigars, . 
Hotel bills, . 
Telegrams, etc., 
Travelling expenses, 



Committee on probate and chancery 
Advertising, . 
Cigars, . 
Hotel bills, . 
Telegrams, etc.. 
Travelling expenses. 

Committee on public charitable insti 
tutions : — 
Advertising, . 
Carriage hire. 
Cigars, . 
Hotel bills, . 
Telegrams, etc., 
Travelling expenses. 



$98 42 
87 50 
68 26 

294 06 
1 96 

282 42 



$671 70 

7 00 

66 00 

86 

105 60 



$58 14 
261 00 

68 75 
479 00 

10 16 
462 28 



Committee on public health : — 

Advertising, $198 29 

Cigars, 6 62 

Hotel bills 67 18 

Travelling expenses, .... 11 86 



Committee on public lighting : — 
Advertising, 



Committee on public service : — 

Advertising, $414 30 

Carriage hire, 1 00 

Cigars, 10 20 

Hotel bills, 270 95 



Telegrams, etc.. 
Travelling expenses. 



1 65 
100 66 



Committee on railroads: — 
Advertising, . . . . 
Carriage hire. 

Hotel bills 

Travelling expenses. 



Amounts carried forward, 



$86 89 
18 00 

156 15 
58 00 



$8>909 83 



306 20 
39 48 

83,22 



832 69 



861 16 



1,319 32 



273 94 
319 51 



798 66 



318 04 



$13,400 93 



$326,310 31 



$326,310 31 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



169 



Statement V. 



A»r lt04 Im DetoU. 



Detail 87. 



Expenses of Legislatiye Committees — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Committee on roads and bridges : — 

Advertising, 8149 00 

Cigars 7 25 

Hotel bills 31 00 

Telegrams, etc., 20 

Travelling expenses, 51 29 

Committee on State House : — 
Advertising, . . 

Committee on street railways : — 

Advertising $387 06 

Cigars, 9 70 

Hotel bills, 109 70 

Telegrams, etc., 50 

Travelling expenses, .... 73 40 



Committee on taxation : — 
Advertising, . 



Committee on towns : — 

Advertising, $99 77 

Cigars, 3 00 

Hotel bills, 32 50 

Travelling expenses, .... 23 90 



Committee on water supply : — 

Advertising $99 68 

Carriage hire, 35 50 

Cigars, 18 13 

Hotel bills, 251 72 

Telegrams, etc., .... 
Travelling expenses, 

Committee on ways and means: — 

Advertising 

Carriage hire, .... 

Cigars, 

Clerical assistance. 

Hotel bills 

Travelling expenses, 

Senate committee on rules: — 
John £. Abbott, services, 

House committee on rules: — 
Henry C. Merwin, services, . 
Everett C. Lewis, services, . 
Typewriter supplies, etc., 



2 20 
191 54 



$71 06 

35 50 

3 75 

700 00 
43 75 
21 95 



$1,500 00 

760 00 

21 00 



Committee on relations of employers and em- 
ployees : — 
Advertising, 

Special committee on funeral of Representative 
John W. Blaney: — 

Carriage hire, $4 50 

Flowers, 15 40 

Travelling expenses, • . . ' . 8 20 



Amounts carried forward. 



$13,400 93 



289 24 

58 79 



530 36 
142 04 



159 17 



598 77 



$326,310 31 



876 01 
1,500 00 



2,271 00 
213 91 



28 10 



$20,013 32 



$326,310 31 



170 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Kzp«iia«a fl»r 19«4 In Oetmll. 



Detail 87. 



Expenses of Legislative Committees — Concluded. 



Amottnts brought foTward^ 

Clerical services copying advertise- 

ments, 

Postage, ...... 

Making up pay roll, .... 

Committees of 1903, advertising: — 
Fisheries and game, .... 
Street railways, 



Recess committee on salaries, 1903 
William F. Dana, . 
John P. Mnnroe, . 
Isaac M. Story, 
Albert S. Apsey, . 
Thomas F. Porter, 
Kichael J. Sullivan, 
Harold P. Moseley, 
John Quinn, Jr., . 
William F. Craig, . 
George H. Grarfield, 
John Daff, 

Horace B. Drinkwater, 
Peter F. Ward, 
Edward L. McMahon, 
William A. Burns, 



RBCAPITULATIOir . 

Total for travel, etc.. 

Total for advertising hearings, 



9420 60 
177 08 
100 00 



$1 00 
3 00 



$900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
750 00 
750 00 
760 00 
760 00 
760 00 
760 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
760 00 
760 00 
760 00 



$22,801 03 
, 9,613 87 



Total expenses legislative department, 1904, . 



920,013 32 



697 58 



^ 4 00 



9326,310 31 



11.700 00 



932,414 90 



.32,414 90 



9368,726 21 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



171 



Statement V. 



Kxpen««s fbr 1*04 In DetAll. 



Details 88,89. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



DBTAIIi No. 88. 

Governor's Salary. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4.] 



John L. Bates, 



DBTAIIi No. 89. 

Compensation and Travellino Expenses of Lieu- 
tenant-Governor AND Council. 

[Revised Lavra, chaps. 4 and 6; Acts 1904, chap. 407.] 



Curtis Guild, Jr., Lieutenant-Governor: — 

Salary, 92/)00 00 

Travelling expenses 7 50 

Councillors. 
Roland C. Nickerson, District 1 : — i 

Salary, «718 28 

Trayelling expenses 176 56 | 



Frederick S. Hall, District 2: — 

Salary. $718 28 

Travelling expenses 108 00 

Edwin B. Hoag, District 3 : — 
Salary, 

Michael J. Sullivan, District 4: — 

Salaiy, $718 28 

Travelling expenses, . 5 00 



George K. Jewett, District 5: — 

Salary, $718 28 

Travelling expenses, 4 08 



Walter Scott Watson, District 6: — 

Salary, $800 00 

Travelling expenses 57 41 



Arthur H. Lowe, District 7 : — 

Salary $800 00 

Travelling expenses, . 98 10 



Richard W. Irwin, District 8 : — I 

Salaiy, $800 00 

Travelling expenses, .... 457 69 



Amounts carried forward, 



$2,007 50 



894 84 

826 28 
800 00 



723 28 



722 36 



857 41 



898 10 



1,267 69 
$8,987 46 



$8,000 00 



$8,000 00 



172 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Kzpenftes fl»r IINM In l>«t«ll. 



Details 90-93. 



Compensation and Travelling Expenses of Lieutenant- 
Governor AND Council — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Bbtibing Mbmbbbs of Councii.. 
David F. Blade, District 1 : — 

Salary $81 72 

Travelling expenses, .... 16 35 



Arthar A. Maxwell, District 2: ~ 

Salary $81 72 

Travelling expenses, .... 7 46 



Jeremiah J. McNamara, District 4 : — 
Salary, 



David I. Bobinson, District 5 : — 

Salary $81 72 

Travelling expenses, .... 10 12 



$8,987 46 



98 07 

89 17 
81 72 



91 84 



DBTAIIj No. 00. 

Governor's Private Secretary. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4; AcU 1904, chap. 6.] 



Francis Hurtabis, Jr., . 



DETAIL No. 01. 

Executive Secretary. 

[Revised Lavrs, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chaps. 6, 268 and 407.] 



Edward F. Hamlin, 



DBTAIIi No. 02. 

Executive Stenographer. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chap. 6.] 



Charles J. Brown, 



DETAIL No. 93. 

Clerical Assistance, Executive Department. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chap. 88.] 



Sundry persons, 

Amoxmt carried forward^ 



$8,000 00 



9,348 26 



2,600 00 



2,600 00 



1,600 00 



998 70 



$24,846 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



173 



Statement V. 



fl»r 1904 !■ l»«ftall. 



Details 94-97. 



DBTAIIi No. 04. 

Messengers. 

[Reyised Laws, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chap. 6.] 



Amount brotxgkt forward ^ 

William L. Reed, . 
Robert C. Booker, Jr., . 




DETAIL No. 06. 

Executive Contingent. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chaps. 6 and 190.] 



Books and newspapers, .... 

Care of rooms, 

Clerical assistance, .... 
Entertaining State guests at camp groond, 

Bxpressage, 

Flowers, 

Sundries 

Telephone lyid telegrams, 

Travelling expenses, .... 



$90 94 
7S44 
64 60 
92 20 
70 09 
43 00 
47 12 
261 48 
2,202 97 



DETAIL No. 06. 

Executive Postage, Printing, etc. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chap. 6.] 



Engraving invitations, . 

Postage, 

Printing 

Stationery and office supplies. 



$164 00 

260 20 

64 66 

338 93 



DETAIL No. 07. 

Council Contingent. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chap. 6.] 



Care of council chamber. 
Clerical assistance, 
Photographs, etc., . 
Sandries, 
Telegrams, 
Travelling expenses, 



Anvount carried forward , 



$12 26 

328 00 

81 76 

20 17 

.87 9fl 

2,007 63 



$24,846 96 



1,800 00 



2,991 44 



797 79 



2J^ 68 



$32,973 87 



174 



AUDITOR'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Exp«B««« A»r 1904 In Detail. 



Details 98, 99. 



DBTAIIi No. 08. 

Council Postage, Printing, etc. 

[Revised LawB, chap. 6; ActB 1904, chap. 6.] 



Atnount brought forward ^ 



Postage, . . . , 

Printing. 

Stationery and sapplies, 




DBTAIL No. 09. 

Extraordinary Expenses. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chap. 6.] 



Entertainment of Honourable Artillery Company 
of London, Eng., 1903: — 
Flag and box sent to Lady Denbigh, 

Explosion at Lowell : — 
Rations, etc., 



Entertainment of Lieut. -Gen. Adna R. Chaffee 
and Rear Admirals John O. Watson and 
Casper Goodrich : — 



}pe 
un; 



Entertainment, etc., 



Entertainment of Philippine Commission : — 
Dinners, etc., ........ 

Entertainment of Union Veterans Union, Na- 
tional Encampment: — 

Dinners $337 60 

Cars, halls, entertainment, etc., . 652 99 



Entertainment of Grenadier Guards Band of 
London, Eng. : — 
Dinner, etc., 

Entertainment of Congressional committee on 
rivers and harbors : — 

Lunches, etc., 9299 80 

Transportation, 143 00 



Entertainment of delegates to National Encamp- 
ment, Ex-Prisoners of War: — 
Lunches, 

Entertainment of Ex-Governor Sprague of 
Rhode Island and party : — 
Lunches^ 

Expenses Massachusetts Naval Brigade at Na- 
tional Encampment, naval veterans parade : — 

Band $197 60 

Lunches, 124 58 

Transportation, 452 70 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$65 00 
1,029 61 



193 08 
1,274 66 



990 59 
53 19 



442 80 
37 05 

28 45 



774 78 



$4,889 10 



$32,973.87 



600 69 



$33,474 66 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



175 



Statkmbmt v. 



BxpcBaas tmr 1M4 in I»«taU. 



Detail 100. 



Extraordinary Expenses — 


C(mcluded. 




Amounts bnmght forward , .... 

EzpeDses of Governor John L. Bates and party 

at funeral of Senator George F. Uoar: — 

Flowers, decorations, etc., . $154 60 

Travelling expenses, .... 236 00 

Sundries, 16 00 


$4,889 10 

406 50 

450 10 

600 

1,887 87 
5100 


$33,474 56 


Entertainment of Austrian Manufacturers Asso- 
ciation : — 
Lunches, 

Entertainment of Vicksburg guests: — 
Flowers, ... • 

Entertainment of Prince Sadanaru of Fushimi 
of Japan : — 

Dinner $1,651 25 

Invitations, etc 236 62 




Hospital bill of James Ashley, Company G, Sixth 
Regiment, on account of pneumonia contracted 
on State camp ground, 


7,690 57 






DETAIL No. lOO. 

Preparation of Tables and Indexes relating to the 
Statutes of the Present and Previous Years. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 9, sect. 1; Acts 1904, chap. 6 ] 




Fisher Ames, services, 


60000 


Total expenses executive department, 1904, . 


... 


$41,665 13 



176 



AUDITOR'S REPOBT, 



[Jan 



Statement V. 



Ezp«BM« ft»r 1904 !■ Detail. 



Detail 101 



SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 



DBTAUi No. 101. 
[Bevlsed Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chap. AS.] 



Sbcbbtabt of thb Gommonwsalth. 
William M. Olin, 



Clbbks. 
Herbert H. Boynton, second, 



L»ac H. Edffett, first, . 
[. B( 



. 92,000 00 
. 2,200 00 



Chief of Abchitbs Ditiuok. 
James J. Tracy, 



Carrie S. Delano, 



Cashibb. 



ExTBA Clbbks. 
Peter F. J. Carney, 
Samuel M. Barton, 
William H. Morgan, 
George F. Crafts, . 
Joseph S. Manning, 
Alice R. Farnam, . 
George W. Prescott, 
Francis T. Crafts, . 
George B. Gumey, 
Helen Hadley, 
Mary £. Burgess, . 
Leonora B. Miskelley, 
Agnes £. Kimball, 
Grace I. Cleveland, 
Annie £. Lawler, 
Martha J. Moore, . 
Abba L. Southworth, 
Ella M. Burt, 
Elizabeth A. Bagley, 
Annie L. Burr, 
Florence G. King, . 
Rose M. Stevens, . 
Elizabeth S. Brown, 
Alice G. Corbett, . 
Fanny E. Culley, . 
Albert F. Locke, . 
Ethel G. Downing, 
Charles D. Nash, . 
Extra clerical service, 

Mbbbbkob&s. 
William H. Carney, 
Edward H. Redstone, . 
George Bragan, 



•1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,016 66 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

840 00 

808 33 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

799 99 

726 67 

728 67 

726 67 

660 00 

610 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

683 34 

670 96 

303 76 

1,147 46 



•900 00 
600 00 
360 00 



Amount carried forward. 



•3,500 00 



4,700 00 
3,000 00 

1,200 00 



24,720 61 



1,860 00 



•37,980 61 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



177 



Statement V. 



EzpeaMS A»r 1904 !■ I>«taai. DETAILS 102-105. 



Secretary's Department — 


Concluded. 




• 

Amount brought forward^ .... 

Ikcidbntalb. 
Printing, binding and engraving, . . •1,368 66 

Postage, 1,003 28 

Parchments 610 00 

Stationery, etc., 374 28 

Typewriter and exchanges, . . . 196 60 
Miscellaneons, 236 17 


•37,980 61 
3,677 79 


\ 




•41,668 30 






• 

DETAIL No. 102. 

Exchange and Distribution of Public Documents. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 9; Acts 1904, chap. 68.] 




Ezpressage, postage, etc., 

Wrapping paper, etc., 

Printing, 


•1,616 09 

130 16 

78 04 


1,824 28 













DBTAIT. No. 108. 

Arrangement of Records Previous to 1860. 

[Acts 1886, chap. 837; 1904, chap. 68.] 




Clbbical Assistance. 
Frances B. Lewis, .... ^726 67 

Mary L. Ballon, 726 67 

Helen D. Skilton, 600 00 

Extra services, 146 66 


•2,200 00 
1,364 31 




Incidentals. 
Binding, rebinding and restoring. 


3,664 81 






DETAIL ZTo. 104. 

Ballot Boxes. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 11, sect. 188; Acts 1904, chap, ns.] 




Bobert S. Bobson, 

Gravi^p- Ballot Box Company, .... 
John L. Patch, services 


•760 00 

260 00 

78 34 


1,078 84 






DETAIL No. 106. 

Counting Apparatus for Elections. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 62.] 




Ballot counting boards, 


260 00 






Amovnt carried forward, 


•48,876 28 







178 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ksq^Bses fl»r 1904 !■ l»«ftall. 



Detail 106. 



DBTAIIj No. 106. 

Presebvation of Town Records (Previous to 1860) 

[Acts 190ip chap. 29.] 



Amount brought forward. 



600 copies each of the Tital records of the fol- 
lowmg-Dftmed towns: — 

Arlington, 

Bellingham, 

Chilmark 

Gill, 

Great Barrington, 

Holden, 

Manchester, 

Marblehead, Vol. I., 

Middleton 

New Braintree, 

Petersham, 

Shrewsbury, 

Upton 

Waltham, 

Washington, 



Total expenses Secretary's department, 1904, 



$776 00 

1,076 00 

440 00 

410 00 

446 00 

1,140 00 

1,470 00 

2,816 00 

700 00 

780 00 

920 00 

1.370 00 

906 00 

1,466 00 

246 00 




948,376 23 



14,946 00 



$63,820 23 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



179 



Statement V. 



BzpeBMS ff»r 1904 la l>«aitl. 



Detail 107. 



TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 



DBTAIIi No. 107. 
[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Acts 1904, chap. 46.] 



Tbxasu&br and Bbcbitxs-Gsnbbal. 
Edward 8. Bradford, 



Glbrkb, btc. 
Henry S. Bridge, first, . 
A. B. C. Deming, second, 
L. P. Bridge, third, 
Wendell P. Marden, cashier, 
James G. Bond, receiving teller, 
Bben Sumner, i>aying teller, . 
"'roderl 
teller 



Frederick A. Oould, assistant paying 



s; 



George W. Patten, assistant bookkeeper 
Susan S. Dillingham, fund clerk, . 
M. E. Barker, warrant clerk, 
E. M. Dow, files clerk, . 
Mande H. Arey, stenographer, 
John W. Schenck, messenger, 

Extra Clbrks. 
Bessie A. Sprague, 
BoC. E. Arey, . 
Mary Cutter, . 
M. H. Hayes, . 
Extra clerical service, 



•2,600 00 
2,100 00 
1,800 00 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

900 00 

900 00 



9720 00 
720 00 
396 00 
300 00 
358 26 



Incidbntalb. 

Postage. 9946 82 

Check, Dond, interest and cash books, . 913 00 

Printing and engraving, . . 629 63 

Stationery and office supplies, . 363 29 

Miscellaneous 366 85 

Publications, 99 76 



COLLATBRAL LbGACT TAX ClBRK. 

CRrviMd Lavi, chap. 6; Acta 1904, chap. 46.] 

George S. Hatch, 



COLLATBRAL LBGACT TAX ExPBNBBS. 

[RcvlMd Laws, chapi. 6 and IS ; Acts 1904, chap. 46.] 

Appraisals, etc., $380 30 

Printing and stationery, . 31 46 



Dbfutt Sbalbr or Wbights, Mbasurbs and 

Balancbs. 

[RerlMd I^awt, chap. 62, sect. 8; AcU 1904, chap. 46 ] 

Daniel C. V. Palmer, .... $1,600 00 

Travel 413 00 

Apparatus, 38 93 

Miscellaneous, 36 01 



AnumrU carried forward^ 



•6,000 00 



19,900 00 



2,494 26 



3,207 24 
1,900 00 



411 66 



1,987 94 



•34,901 10 



•34,901 10 



180 



AUDITOR'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



KzpeB««« tnr 1904 !■ Detail. 



Detail 108. 



DBTAIIi No. 108. 

Collateral Legacy Tax refunded. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 14; Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Arthur B. West and James G. iDgersoU, executors of will of 
Cynthia A. Brewer, 

Total expenses Treasurer's department, 19M, 



$34,901 10 
468 26 



$36,369 36 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



181 



Statememt y. 



mxifmmmmm ll»r 1»«4 !■ Brtall. 



Detail 109. 



AUDITOR'S DEPABTMENT. 



DBTAIIi No. 109. 
[Revised Laws, chap. 6; Aets 1004, ohap. 7.] 



Auditor of thk Commonwealth. 
Henry E. Tomer, 



Clbrks. 
William D. Hawlev, first, . 
James Pope, seoona, 



BzTRA Clerks. 

William H. Fomeroy, 

Laora WilklDS, 

Matthew C. Orier, 

Clbrks ahd Stxhographbrs. 

Louis Epple, olerk, 

Irena Hodges, olerk and stenographer, . 
Alida L. Kobinson. clerk and stenographer, . 
Additional clerical assistance. 

State Priktihg Expert. 
Henry S. Fisher, 



Mbssbnqbr. 
Thomas W. Knight, 



Ikcidbktals. 
Printing and binding, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Miscellaneous, 

Typewriter, .... 
Postage, 



Total expenses Auditor's department, 1904, 



$2,000 00 
2,200 00 



$1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 



$1.400 00 

1,200 00 

1,060 00 

924 86 



$3,600 00 



4,700 00 



4,600 00 



4.674 86 
1,600 00 

900 00 



$646 88 




373 20 




356 16 




114 76 




82 00 






1,470 96 




• 


$21,146 83 



182 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



A»r 1»04 !■ Deteil. 



Detail 110. 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



DETAIL No. 110. 
[Revised Laws, chap. 7, sect. 9; Acts 1004, chap. 0.] 



ATTORMBT-GbN B&AL. 

Herbert Parker, .... 



Assistants. 
Ralph A. Stewart, 
Robert 6. Dodge, . 
Arthur W. DeGoosh, . 
Frederiok H. Nash, 
Frederic B. Green balge, 
Fred T. Field, 



Glbrks. 
LK>ais H. Freese, chief clerk, 
£dwin T. Niver, . 



STENOaRAPHKRH. 

Gertrude A. Burleigh, . 
Carrie M. Crawford, 
Caroline C. Whitaker, . 



Mbssbnobr. 
Alexander D. Robinson, 



MlSCRLLANBOUS EXPBNSBfl. 

Books, publications, etc., 

Costs in civil actions, .... 

Examination of titles, records, etc.. 

Experts, 

Extra clerical assistance, 

Legal services, 

Messengers' services, .... 

Postage, 

Stationery and printing. 

Sundries, 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Travelling expenses, .... 



Total expenses Attomey-Generars depart- 
ment, 19(H, 



$3,000 00 
3,583 3:^ 
3,000 00 
2,800 00 
l,fi00 00 
925 00 



$2,000 00 
916 67 



$1,125 00 
820 00 
400 00 



$669 30 

1,153 67 

45 00 

1,694 59 

937 86 
3,224 81 

280 60 

332 19 

1,205 14 

29 44 

212 53 
1,250 02 



$5,000 00 



14,808 83 



2,916 67 



2,345 00 
1,000 00 



10,935 15 



$37,006 15 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



183 



Statement V. 



EzpenMS A»r 1904 In l>«teil. DETAILS 111, 112. 



STATE HOUSE EXPENSES. 



DBTAIIi No. 111. 

Engineers^ Department. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 190i, chap. 40.] 



Chief Enginbbr 


• 






Fred H. Kimball, from January 25, . $2,246 16 






Assistant ENaiNBB&a 


, ETC. 






Peter Phenney, assistant engineer, . 1,300 00 






Loais E. Blackmar, '* " 


. 1,200 00 






Patrick Walsh, 


. 1,200 00 






Henry G. Barden, electrician. 


. 1.200 00 






James I. Lind, assistant electrician, . 1,060 00 






John Monahan, steam fitter, from Feb- 






ruary 2, . . . . 


913 80 






James Callahan, machinist, . 


800 00 


$9,918 96 










FiBEMBM, Oilers, etc. 






Eugene W. Hussey, fireman, 
Bobert Black, . 


$900 00 






90000 






William J. Allison, 


900 00 






John Oreen, " 


900 00 






Alfred Kane, 


900 00 






Walter C . Merserean , • * 


900 00 






John L. Chandler, oiler, . 


. 1,000 00 






George A. McKendry, ** . 


900 00 






John B. Dexter, " . 


900 00 




^ 


Chaoncey G. Whitcher, " 


900 00 






Franklin E. Campbell, cleaner, 


700 00 




• 


Bichard Sullivan, laborer, . 


700 00 


10,500 00 










Eletators. 








John B. Walsh, superintendent, . 


. $1,200 00 






B. J. Taylor, 


800 00 






N. D. Curry 




800 00 






Bobert Glavin, 




800 00 






J. W. Cropper, 


1 


800 00 






Mllo J. Proctor, . 




800 00 






Charles W . Pitcher, 


i 


800 00 






Haskell 8. Baxter, 


1 


80000 










6,800 00 
















$27,218 96 






DBTAIIi I 


"Ho. 112. 




Watchmen and Assi 


8TANT Watchmen. 




[Revised Laws, chap. 10 


; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 




Watchmen. 








Daniel W.Taft, . 


. $1,200 00 






Joseph B. Brown, . 


. 1,200 00 
. . . . 


... 




Amount carried forward^ 




$27,218 96 



184 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statehent y. 



KspeasM for 10O4 !■ l»eUai. 



Details 113, 114. 



Watchmen and Assistant Watchues— Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 

John F. Berry, deceased, 
Carroll D. Dimick, 



AsaiBTAMT WATCHMBK. 

George F. Moees, . 

Heniy G. Weston, . 

Charles O. Adams, 

John H. Weston, . 

Charles £. Pratt, . 

Surrill Flint, . 

Charles F. Tenney, 

Joseph Smith, 

Joseph E. Buswell, from February 3, 

Stepnen Snow, from April 7, 



$300 00 
1,175 00 



•1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
1,002 02 
806 67 



$3,875 00 



10,608 69 



DBTAIIi No. 113. 

Messengers and Porters. 

[Reyiaed Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 



Mbssbkgb&s. 
Marcus Kimball, . 
Charles W. Philbrick, . 
Louis A. Phillips, . 



$1,600 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 



Special Mbssbngbb. 
George M. Fillebrown, . 



POKTB&S. 

Leonard A. Harris, 
Benjamin T. Tanner, 
Zephaniah H. Clinton, 
Henry F. Young, . 
John H. Albee, 
Francis Henson, 



$700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 



Officb Bot. 



James A. Crowley, 



$3,800 00 
1,100 00 



4,200 00 
366 67 



DETAIL No. 114. 

Matron. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 



Abbie H. Wilson, 



Amount carried forward ^ 



$27,218 96 



14,483 69 



9,466 67 



800 00 



$51,969 32 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



185 



Statement V. 



fl»r 1M4 iB Deteil. ' DETAILS 115-117. 



DBTAIL No. 116. 

Heat, Light and Power. 

[Beyiaed Lawi, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 



Amount brought forward ^ 



Coal and wood, .... 

Disinfectant, 

Electrioal supplies, 

Engine and engine room supplies, . 

Oas, 

Hardware, 

Labor, 

Repairs, electrical, 

elevator, .... 

engines, boilers, etc., 

plnmbing, 

sundry, .... 
Bemoving ashes, .... 

Sundries, 

Water 



•24,066 00 
180 00 
802 86 

1,905 11 
200 80 
93 60 
662 17 
199 76 
172 82 

1,611 88 
291 90 
176 17 
324 90 
102 04 

3,762 40 



DBTAIIi No. 116. 

Telephones. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acta 1904, chaps. 40 and 190.] 



New England Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany, rentals, 

Labor, 



$6,883 66 
17 14 



DBTAIIi NO. 117. 

Care of Buildings and Grounds. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 



State House. 
Labor: — 
Andrew C. Hall, porter. 
Cleaning carpets, etc., . 
Cleaning departments, . 
Cleaning windows, 
Sundries, 



$641 67 
12148 

7,607 00 
679 48 
149 26 



Miscellaneous expenses: — 
Burglar alarm service. 
Flags, etc.. 
Furnishings, 
loe, 

Supplies, 
Sundries, 
Telegrams, 
Washing towels. 



Amounts carried forward^ 



9o,9tlo oo 



•366 00 

94 00 

49 00 

692 813 

801 46 

16 96 

60 00 

403 84 



2,884 07 



$11,382 96 



$61,960 82 



34,487 29 



6,900 79 



$92,367 40 



186 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



EzpeasM ff»r l»04 la l>«uai. 



Detail 118. 



Care of Buildings and Grounds — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Repairs : — 
Carpenter work, 
Electrical, 
Furniture, 
Mason work, 
Painting, 
Plumbing, 
Roofing, 
Sundries, 
Ventilators, 



Groukds. 
John Noonan, gardener. 

Labor, 

Repairs, 

Sand, loam, etc., . 
Seeds, plants, etc., 

Sundries 

Teaming, .... 



«1,M7 GO 

295 30 

788 64 

1,269 49 

2,079 31 

40 77 

48 30 

399 66 

211 60 



$646 00 

1,166 46 

78 46 

41 10 

496 41 

10 50 

454 70 




DBTAIIi No. 118. 

New Furniture and Fixtures. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1904, chap. 40.] 



Bookcases, .... 

Booth, 

Brackets, .... 
Cabinets, .... 

Gases, 

Chairs, 

Desks, 

Document files and cupboards. 
Grates and grilles, . . 
Picture frames, 
Pins and sockets, . 

Racks, 

Refrigerator 

Rugs, cajrpets, etc., 

Shades, 

Tables, 

Upholstery goods, . 
Wardrobe, .... 
Window cord, etc.. 



Total State House expenses, 1904, 



•319 90 

305 60 

30 00 

344 90 

1,325 00 

35 65 

637 00 

141 36 

210 00 

58 00 

26 24 

6 00 

8 25 

1,267 49 

800 

144 00 

28 00 

66 00 

10 00 



•92,357 40 



20,456 12 



4,860 28 



•117,673 80 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



187 



Statement V. 



mMWummu A»r ■••4 !■ Detail. DETAILS 119, 120. 



STATE PRINTING. 



DETAIL No. 119. 

Public Documents. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 9; Acta 1904, chap. 52.] 



1,500 copies report of the Auditor of the Common- 
wealth, 

2,000 copies Abstract of Returns of Corporations, 

2,600 copies Return of Assessed Polls, etc., . 

1,900 copies report of Treasurer ana Receiyer- 
General of the Commonwealth, 

2,000 copies Registration of Births, Marriages 

and Deaths 

25,000 copies report of Board of Agriculture (Hatch 
Experiment Station) , . . . . 

2,600 copies report of the Attorney-General of the 
Commonwealth, 

1,260 copies report of the trustees of the Perkins 
institution, etc 

1,500 copies report of the Boston Board of Police, 

1,500 copies report of the Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, 

1,500 copies report of the trustees of Mt. Wachu- 
sett Reservation, 

1,500 copies report of the Fall River Board of 
Folice, 

1,500 copies report of the Commissioners of the 

Firemen's Relief Fund 

500 copies title and index to Public Documents, 

Binding 600 copies each of Vols. I. to X. and XII., 
Public Documents, series of 1903, also Vols. XI. 
and XII., series of 1902, 

Storage and care of plates and paper, . 



92,545 96 
2,286 40 
1,150 65 

1,145 96 

1,130 26 

1,062 72 

635 15 

313 88 
218 04 

137 06 

81 82 

73 74 

35 67 
27 71 



4,982 50 
1,200 00 



DETAIL No. 120. 

General Laws. 

[Pamphlet edition of Acts and Besolves.] 
[Revised Laws, chap. 9; Acts 1904, chap. 52.] 

26,000 copies:— ' 

Presswork and composition 92,295 96 

Binding 1,044 41 

Printing, folding, addressing, mailing and ship- 
ping, including 12,600 one-cent wrappers, 
printed, 407 79 

Amount carried forward j 



917,027 51 



3,748 16 



320,776 66 



188 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



A»r i»M !■ i»«tiiii. Details 121-125. 



DBTAIL No. 121. 

Acts and Resolves. (Blue Book.) 

[Revleed I^aws, chap. 9; Acta 1904, chap. 02.] 



Amount brought forward ^ 

12,000 oopies: — 
Compoeition and prasawoTk, . 
Binding, .... 
Sleotrotyping and boxing plates, 
Labels, 



94,043 17 

2,368 82 

43» 29 

19 75 



DBTAIL No. 122. 

Publishing Laws. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 9, sect. 4; Acte 1904, chap. 02.] 
Boston Daily Advertiser, publishing general laws. 



DBTAIL No. 128. 

Term Reports. 

[Reylsed Laws, chap. 9; Acts 1904, chap. 58.] 



453 copies each of Massachusetts reports, Vols. 183-186, 



DBTAIL No. 124. 

Paper for the Commonwealth. 

[Reylsed Laws, chap. 0; Acts 1904, chap. 52.] 



Paper purchased under the direction of the Sec- 
retary of the Commonwealth : — 

John E. Hall, 

Carter, Bice & Co., 

Byron Weston Company, 

Adyertising, 



910,028 04 
10,848 43 , 
110 00 
19 49 



DBTAIL No. 125. 

Assessors' Books and Blanks. 

[Reylsed Laws, chap. 12, sect. 58; Acts 1904, chap. 52] 



Printing 1,016 yaluation books. 
Sundry printing. 
Miscellaneous, 



Anuntnt carried forward, 




920,775 66 



6,861 03 



500 00 



1,834 65 



30,005 96 



1,517 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



189 



Statement V. 



Sxyenaes fl»r ■••4 !■ Drtell. 



Details 126-129. 



DBTAIIi No. 126. 

Registration Books and Blanks, indexing Returns and editing 

Registration Reports. 

[ReTised Laws, cbap. 11, sect. 43; Acts 1904, chap. 02.] 



Amount brought forward 

• 

F. A. Harris, servioes, 

Mary £. Hannan, clerk, 

Mary F. McCarthy, clerk, 

Printing and hind ing, . 

Card index, 

Typewriters, 

Misoellaneons 


• • ff 

9600 00 
160 00 
160 00 
•624 23 
316 12 
173 00 
39 14 


961,494 66 
1,971 49 






DETAIL No. 127. 

Ballots for Elections, 

« 

[Revised Laws, chap. 11; Acts 1904, ciiap. 62.] 




Presidential and State election : — 
Ballots, instmotion cards, etc., .... 

Coanting, shipping, etc 

Night work, 

Blectrotvping, . ^ 

Expressing, 

Misoellaneons 


97,313 08 
1,943 87 
492 00 
423 79 
379 42 
312 97 


10,960 37 






DETAIL No. 128. 

Blank Forms for Town Officers. 

[Revised Laws, cbap. 11, sect. 189; Acts 1904, chap. 62.] 




Printing blanks, etc 

Advertising, 

5,000 copies "Supplement to Election Laws," 


91,908 66 

1,908 51 

177 28 

134 79 


4,129 23 






DETAIL No. 120. 

Revolutionary Records. 

X [Res. 1904, cbap. 8 ; Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 


• 


Printing and binding 1,000 copies of Vol. XII., 
'* Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Rev- 
olutionary War," 

Sundry printing 


93,523 26 
19 00 


3»642 26 




■ • « 


Amount carried forward, .... 


982,098 00 



190 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan< 



Statsmeitt v. 



BzpenMs A»r 1»«4 !■ l>et«ll. DETAILS 130-133. 



DBTAIL No. 180. 

Reports of Capital Trials. 

[Acts 190S, chAp. 4SS.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Printing 000 oopies of trial of John C. Best, . 
Frederick L. Greene, editing report, 
Typewriting, 




DBTAIL No. 181. 

Report of Committee on Employers and Employees. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 4; Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 



Printing 10,000 oopies. 



DBTAIL No. 182. 

Additional Copies Report of Recess Committee 

on Salaries of 1903. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 



Printing 2,000 copies, 



DBTAIL No. 183. 

Laws on Inspection of Lumber. 

[Acts of 1902, chap. 477.] 



Printing 1,000 copies, . . . . 
Total State printing expenses, 1904, 



932,096 00 



2,5S7 M 



368 28 



67 10 



47 90 



935,128 22 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



191 



Statement V. 



■»z|»«ii»ea Wot ISM In Detail. 



Detail 134. 



JUDICIAEY. 



DBTAIIi No. 184. 

Supreme Judicial Court. 

[Revised Laws, chaps. 1S6 and 166; Acts 1904, chap. 28.] 



Ghisf Jubtics. 
Marcus P. Enowlton, salary, $8,600 00 
Travel BOO 00 



Associatb Justicbb. 
James M. Morton, salary, . $8,000 00 
Travel, 



John Lathrop, salary, . 
Travel, 

James M. Barker, salary, 
Travel, 

John W. Hammond, salary. 
Travel, 

William C. Loring, salaiy. 
Travel, 

Henry K. Braley, salary. 
Travel, 



600 00 



98,000 00 
600 00 

98,000 00 
600 00 

98,000 00 
600 00 

98,000 00 
600 00 

98,000 00 
600 00 



99,000 00 

8,500 00 
8,600 00 
8,600 00 
8,600 00 
8,600 00 
8,600 00 



Clbbk. 
Henry A. Glapp, salanr, 
Clarence H. Cooper, from February 24, 

Bbpobtbb of Dbcisionb. 
Henry W. Swift, reporter, . 

Mary Doafflass, 

Extra clencal assistance. 

Books, etc., 

Furnishings, 

Postage, 

Stationery, 

Travel, 



9413 80 
2,661 72 



EZPBNBBB. 

Books and binding, .... 
Commissioners' services. 
Minister's services (opening court) , 

Postage, 

Printing, 

Stationery and supplies. 

Telephone 



94,000 00 

1,200 00 

549 66 

52 80 

110 06 

20 60 

49 21 

17 60 



965 35 

60 00 

6 00 

17 17 

148 00 

691 80 

100 85 



Amount carried forward^ 



960,000 00 



2,966 62 



5,999 41 



1.078 17 



970,043 10 



192 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bzpeases A»r 19«4 In Detail. 



Detail 1S5. 



Supreme Judicial Court — Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Offiobbs ih Attsndancb 
Robert Herter, 
James F. McCarthy, 
Richard J. Murray, 
Daniel H. Rvan, . 
Christie A. Scheele, 
James J. Lyons, 



Clbbkb 

Koeeiie wriiySi • 
Frances W. Fike, . 
Extra clerical assistance. 



Roeelle Wylh 



9400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 



91,200 00 
fiOOOO 
520 35 



Clbbk fob Suffolk County. 
John Noble, 



Charles Allen, 



Rbtibbd Jubtiob. 



970,043 10 



DBTAIIi No. 186. 

Superior Court. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 157; Acts 1904, chap. 28.] 



Chibf Justicb. 
Albert Mason, salary, . .97,000 00 
Travel, . . 600 00 



ASBOCIATB JUBTICBS. 

Edgar J. Sherman, salary, .96,600 00 

600 00 



97,600 00 



Idffar J. 1 
Travel, 



Robert R. Bishop, salary, .96,600 00 

Travel, . . 600 00 

Daniel W. Bond, salary, .96,600 00 

Travel, . 600 00 



Elisha B. Maynard, salary, .96,600 00 
Travel 600 00 



Franklin G. Fessenden, salary ,96,500 00 
Travel, . . 600 00 

James B. Richardson, salary, .96,600 00 
Travel. . . . 600 00 

Frederick Lawton, salary, .96,500 00 
Travel, . 600 00 

Henry N. Sheldon, salary, .96,600 00 
Travel, . . 600 00 

Francis A. Gaskill , salary, . 96,600 00 
Travel, . . . 600 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



Amount carried forward, 



2,400 00 



2,220 36 
1,600 00 

6,250 00 



981,413 45 



981,413 45 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



193 



Statement V. 



Bzyenses A»r 1904 Im Detail. 



Detail 186. 



Superior Court — Concluded. 



Amount brought forvoardt 


* « 


... 


$81,413 46 


, John H. Hardy, salary, . .$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


$7,000 00 






William B. Stevens, salary, . 


$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 












John A. Aiken, salary, . 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, . . . , 


600 00 


7,000 00 






Charles U. Bell, salary, . 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7.000 00 






Edward B. Pierce, salary. 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 






Jahez Fox, salary, . 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, 


600 00 


7,000 00 






Charles A. DeCoorcey, salary, 


,$6,600 00 








Travel, 


60000 


7,000 00 






Robert 0. Harris, salary. 


.$6,600 00 






• 


Travel, 


600 00 


7 nnn nn 










f ,\AA/ UU 




Lemuel LeB. Holmes, salary, 


$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 






William C. Wait, salary. 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 






William Schofleld, salary. 


.$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 






Lloyd E. White, salary, . 


$6,600 00 








Travel, .... 


600 00 


7,000 00 










Loranns E. Hitchcock, salary, $6,600 00 






Travel, . . . . 600 00 












7,000 00 












■. ' $161,600 00 




Assistant Ct.bbk fob Suffolk County. 






Henry £. Bellew, 


• ■ 


600 00 










162,000 00 








DETAIL No. 186. 




Courts of Probate and 


Insolvency. 




[Revlaed Laws, chap. 164; Acts 1004, chaps. 219, 281, 387, 454, 461 




and 481.] 






Salabibs of Judqbs. 








John W. McKim, Suffolk County, 


$6,600 00 






Robert Grant, Suffolk County, 


6,500 00 






Charles J. Mclntire, Middlesex County, 


4,760 00 






George F. Law ton, Middlesex County, 


4,760 00 






Bollin E. Harmon, Essex Conn tv, 
William T. Forbes, Worcester County, 


4,500 00 






4,500 00 


... 




Amount carried forward^ 


« • 


$243,413 46 



194 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jao. 



Statement V. 



A»r 1904 Im Detail. 



Detail 186. 



Courts of Probate and Insolvency — Continued, 



Amount brought forward. 



William E. Fuller, Bristol County, . 33,600 00 

Charles L. LoDg, Hampden County, . 3,100 00 

James H. Flint, Norfolk County, . 3,400 00 

Edward T. Slocum, Berkshire County, 2,600 00 

Benjamin W. Harris, Plymouth County, 2,160 00 

William 6. Bassett, Hampshire County, 1,660 00 

Francis M.Thompson, Franklin County, 1,600 00 
Freeman H Loth rop, Barnstable County, 1,350 00 

ThaddeusC Defriez, Nan tucket County, 900 00 

Charles 6. M. Dunham, Dukes County, 800 00 



Sbrticbs for Othsb Judgss. 

Thaddeus C. Defriez, . . . $16 00 

James H. Flint, 30 00 

William B. Fuller 106 00 

Charles L. Long, 46 00 

Freeman H. Lothrop, . . . 105 00 



Salaribb of Bboistbrs. 

Elijah George, Suffolk County, . . $6,000 00 

Samuel H. Folsom, Middlesex County, 3,666 66 

William £. Rogers, Middlesex County, 258 07 

Jeremiah T Mahoney, Essex County, . 3,400 00 

George H. Harlow, Worcester County, 3,260 00 

Samuel B. Spooner, Hampden County, 2,560 00 

Arthur M. Alger, Bristol County, . 2,900 00 

John D. Cobb, Norfolk County. . . 2,262 91 

Jonathan Cobb, Norfolk Countjr, . 37 09 

Arthur M. Robinson, Berkshire County, 1,770 97 

Frederick B. Shaw, Berkshire County, 29 03 

John C. Sullivan, Plymouth County, . 1,860 00 

Hubbard M. Abbott, Hampshire County, 1,600 00 

Francis N. Thompson, Franklin County, 1,600 00 
Clarendon A. Freeman, Barnstable County, 1,300 CO 

Henry Riddell, Nantucket County, . 900 00 

Beriah T. Hillman, Dukes County, . 760 00 



Salaribs of Assistant Bboistbrs. 
Eugene Tappan, Suffolk County, . . $2,800 00 
William E. Rogers, Middlesex County, 2,425 81 
Frederick M. Esty, Middlesex County, 166 94 
Ezra D. Hines, Essex County, . 2,:300 00 

Fred.H.Chambertain.WoroesterCounty, 2,300 00 



Edwin M. Grover, Norfolk County, 
John D. Cobb, Norfolk County, . 
Mabel W. Smith, Bristol County, . 
Estelle M. Lapham, Hampden County 
Alice M. Hoyt, Berkshire County, 
Ellen K. O'Keefe, Franklin County, 



1,180 65 

19 ;35 

1,326 00 

1,160 00 

570 44 

300 00 



Clbrk to Bbgistbr of Suffolk County. 
James L. Crombie, 



CLBRICAIi ASSISTANCB TO RbQIBTBRS OF PrO- 
BATK* AND InSOLYBNCT. 

Barnstable County, 
Berkshire County, 



Bristol County, 
Essex County, 
Franklin County, . 



Amounts carried forward. 



$388 00 
212 00 
1,366 98 
3,600 00 
260 00 



$60,860 00 



300 00 



33,024 73 



14,638 19 
1,200 00 



$99,412 92 



$243»413 45 



$243,413 45 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6, 



195 



Statement V. 



■»zpeB»«» fl»r 1904 In Detail. 



Details 137, 138. 



Courts of Probate and Insolvency — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Hampden County, . 
Hampshire County, 
Middlesez County, 
Norfolk County, . 
Plymouth County, 
Suffolk County, 
Worcester County, 

EXPBNSBS. 

Suffolk County, stationery, . 



91,133 33 
480 00 
5,926 76 
1,340 00 
1,097 23 
5,100 00 
4,421 79 



999,412 92 



25,315 09 
660 



DBTAIIi No. 137. 

District Attorneys, etc. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 7; Acts 1904, chap. 28.] 



District Attornbts. 
Oliyer Stevens, Suffolk District, . 
George A. Sanderson, Northern District, 
W. Scott Peters, Eastern District, 
Bockwood Hoar, Middle District, 
Asa P. French, Southeastern District, 
James M. Swift, Southern District, 
John F. Noxon, Western District, 
Dana Malone, Northwestern District, 



$5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,200 00 
2,100 00 
1,350 00 



Assistant District Attorkbts. 



Michael J. Sughrue, Suffolk District, . 

John D. McLauehlin, Suffolk District,* 

Frederick H. Chase, Suffolk District, 
from July 1, 

Hugh Bancroft, Northern District, 

Roland H. Sherman, Eastern District, . 

George S. Taft, Middle District, . 

Richard W. Nutter, Southeastern Dis- 
trict, 

Frank B. Fox, Southern District, . 



$3 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 

1 

1 



,800 00 
,900 00 

,900 00 
,000 00 
,400 00 
,200 00 

,400 00 
,200 00 



Clbrk to District Attornbt for Suffolk 

County. 
Frederick H. Chase, .... $900 00 
Michael J. Dwyer, from July 1, . . 900 00 



$20,850 00 



14,800 00 



1,800 00 



DETAIL No. 188. 

Land Court. 

[For registering and conflrming titles to land.] 
[Revised Laws, chap. 128; Acts 1904, chaps. 63 and 461.] 



JUDGBS. 

Le<»iard A. Jones, judge, 
Charles T. Davis, associate judge, 

Rbcorder. 
Clarence C. Smith, 

Amounts carried forward^ 



$4,500 00 
4,291 66 



4,500 00 



$13,291 66 



$243,413 45 



124,734 51 



37,450 00 



$405,597 96 



1 Resigned June 30. 



196 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



£xpen»e« fl»r 1904 l|t l>«tJill. 



Detail 139. 



Land Court — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forwardy 

Clskks, ExAMnrB&a, btc 
Edward S. Foster, olerk, 
Alice A. Fletcher. ** 
Frederick A . Kennett, 
Examination of titles, 
Extra clerical service, 
Pablishing citations, 
Service of citations. 
Sundries, 
Travelling expenses. 



913,291 66 



1,800 00 

1,200 00 

960 00 

9,116 35 

80 00 

1,731 06 

665 11 

4 13 

49 61 



DBTAIL No. 139. 

State Board of Bar Examiners, Expenses. 

[Bevleed Laws, chap. 165, sects. 39 and 40; Acts 1904, chap. 855.] 



EXAMINBBS. 

Henry S. Dewey, chairman, . 
Frederick L.Greene, secretary, 
Milton Reed, .... 
George S. Taft, 
Hollis B. Bailey, . 



Compensation 
paid from fees.^ 



• 'J 
Expenses. 



Advertising, . 
Clerical assistance, etc., 
Postage, . . . . 
Printing, 
Stationery, etc., 
Sundries, 
Travelling expenses. 



Total judicial expenses, 1904, 



962 71 
149 08 
22 60 
46 20 
39 25 
12 60 
179 48 



9406,597 96 



28,897 92 



51192 



9435,007 80 



1 Paid from Bar Examiners' fees fund. 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



197 



Statement V. 



Ez»eii»M Iter 1904 Im Detail. DETAILS 140, 141. 



COMMISSIONS AND BOARDS. 



DETAIL No. 140. 

Ballot Law Commission. 

[Revised La^vB, chap. 11, sect. 157; Acts 1904, chap. 44.] 



G0MMI88IONBS8. 
Homer Allwn, . . . . 
Henry Y. Cunningham, 
Francis W. Esty 




DBTAIIi No. 141. 

CrvTL Service Commission. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 19; Acts 1902, chap. 488; 1904, chap. 45.] 



COMMISBIONBB8* COMFBN8ATION AND BXFBNBBB. 

Charles H. Porter ^800 00 

Bentley W. Warren, . . . 360 00 

Frank Fozcroft, vice Marrin, 176 00 

Winthrop L. Marvin, resigned, . . 80 00 



Henry Sherwin, 



Chibf Exaxinbb. 



Warren P. Dudley, 



Sbcrbtart. 



Rbgistbar of Labor. 
William L. Hicks, 



Clbrks. 



J. C. Gilbert, 
W. H-. Hawlev, 
H. H. Edwards, 
S. E. Austin, 
A. H. Brown, 
C. S. Scheufele, 
C. F. Gray, . 
G. K. Dame, . 
M. F. Fillebrown, 



' Exfbnsbs. 

Compensation of examiners, . 
Expressage, etc., . 
Monitor, .... 
Postage, .... 

Printing, .... 
Publications, .... 



Amounts carried forward. 



91,325 00 

1.300 00 

1,191 67 

1,000 00 

744 01 

740 00 

680 00 

680 00 

670 00 



$4,989 27 

76 42 

109 60 

386 10 

965 26 

42 86 



91,416 00 
3,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 



8,230 68 



916,646 68 



91,600 00 



91,600 00 



198 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



{Jan. 



Statement V. 



Sxpeii»«» fl»r 1904 In Detail. 



Details 142, 143. 



Civil Service CoMiassiON — 


- Concluded, 




Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Stationery and offloe sapplies, 9627 98 

Snndiiea, 66 71 

Telephone and telegramfi, . 39 71 
Travelling ezpenaes: — 

Chief examiner, $142 48 
GlerkH, .... 227 16 


$16,646 68 

7,661 43 
846 69 


$1.600 00 


OOV WI 




Prikxing Bspobt. 
10,000 copies 


26,162 70 


, 




DBTAIL No. 142. 

State Board op Conciliation and Arbitration. 

[Reylsed Laws, chap. 106; Acts 1902, chap. 488; 1904, chaps. 10, 389 and 

461.] 




Board. 
WiUard Howland, chairman, . $2,291 66 

Richard P. Barry 2,291 67 

Charles D. Palmer, .... 2,291 67 


$6,876 00 
1,376 00 

7.076 07 




Clbrk. 
B. F. Supple, 

EXPBNSSB. 

Clerical assistance, .... 9780 00 

Experts: — 

Services, .... $3,279 60 
Expenses, . . . 736 61 

■ ■■ 4 OIK Od 




Newspapers, publications, etc., . 167 70 

Postage, 60 00 

Printing. 326 73 

Printing 2,000 copies annual report, 821 03 
Stationery and office supplies, . 92 18 

Stenographers, etc 148 94 

Telephone and telegrams, . 132 13 
Travelling expenses, etc 642 32 






16,326 07 






DETAIL No. 148. 

Controller of County Accoujrrs. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 21, sects. 4fr-60; Acto 1902, chap. 438; 1904, 

chap. 14.] 


• 


Controller. 
Charles B. Prescott 

Dbfutiss. 

J. M. Cushman, $1,800 00 

W. H. Wing, 1,600 00 

E. B. Libby, 1,200 00 


$2,600 00 
4,600 00 








Amounts carried forvoard 


$7,000 00 


$41,9n77 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



199 



Statement V. 



Bxp«)n«M A»r 1904 In Detail. DETAILS 144, 145. 



Controller of County Accounts— ConcZtwfed. 



Amounts brought forwardy .... 

EXPBN8E8. 

Postage, $46 00 

Printing 76 48 

Printing 1,000 copies annual report, . 206 70 

Stationery and office supplies, 20 25 

Sundries, 12 96 

Travelling expenses, .... 727 39 




DETAIL No. 144. 

Board of Registration in Dentistry. 

[Reyised Laws, chap. 76; Acts 1902, chap. 505; 1904, chap. 31.] 



BOAKD. 

John F. Dowfllev, chairman, 
G. Everett Mitchell, secretary, 
Thomas J. Barrett, 
Dwight M. Olapp, . 
George A. Maxneld, 



9400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



TltATSLLING EXFBNSBS OF THB BOABD. 

Railroad fares, etc., 



Clerical Sebticbs, Postagb, Printing, btc. 



Clerical assistance, 

Posttwe, 

Printing 2,500 copies annual report, 
Rent of office, etc.. 
Stationery and office supplies. 

Sundries 

Telephone and telegrams. 



$368 28 

96 06 

163 70 

447 34 

104 12 

27 60 

32 00 




DETAIL No. 146. 

Commission on Fisheries and Game. 

[Revised Laws, chaps. 6 and 91; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chaps. 134, 

3«6, 406 and 461.] 



COXMIBSIONBBS. 

Joseph W. Collins, chairman, died Dec. 

9, 1904, $2,362 16 

Edward A. Brackett, .... 1,665 00 
John W. Delano, 1,604 17 



Tbatblling, Printing and Contingent £x- 

PENSBB. 

Postage, $214 93 

393 21 
612 69 



Printing, 

Printing 2,000 copies annual report. 
Printing 1,000 copies report commission- 
ers from lohster-producing States, 
Stationery and office supplies, 

AmounU carried forward. 



82 16 
102 15 



$5,621 33 



$6,621 33 



$41,977 77 



8.089 77 



3,929 00 



$53,996 64 



200 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r 19#4 !■ Detail • 



Detail 145. 



Commission on Fisheries and Game — Continued, 



Amounts brought fonoard. 

Sundries, ..... 
Travelling expenaes, 

Glsbical Sbryicbb. 
Lizzie B. Bimbach, 
L. A. Johnson, .... 



943 36 
601 36 



$720 00 
60 00 



Ektobcbmbnt ov thb Laws. 
Deputies : — 

Seryioes, . . $11,054 37 

Bzpenses, . 6,084 dS 

$17,1^ 35 

Expenses of launch " Scoter " : — 

Engine supplies, etc., $77 49 

Gasoline, etc., . , . 118 33 

Groceries and provisions, 40 68 

Bepairs, fittings, etc., . 435 26 
Sundries, ... 40 81 

Unpaid balance due on 
launch, . . . 100 00 

812 47 



Propagation and distribution of fish, birds and 
other animals, running expenses, rent and main- 
tenance of hatcheries : — 



Hatchbby at Adams. 
G. W, Burton, superintendent. 

Sundries, 

Trout eggs 



Hatchbby at Hadlby. 
W. B. Collins, superintendent from 

March 15, 1904 

W. D. Tripp, superintendent to March 

14, 1904, 



Expressage, freight, etc., 

Food for fishes, 

Labor, .... 

Bent, .... 

Sundries, 

Travelling expenses, 



Hatchbby at Sutton. 
A. Merrill, superintendent, . 

Food for fishes, 

Freight and expressage, 

Grain, etc., for pheasants, hares, etc., . 

Hardware, etc., 

Labor, 

Lumber, etc., 

Quails, 

Steam pipe, fitting, etc., 

Sundries, 

Tank 

Travelling expenses 

Wire fence, 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$180 00 
17 69 
45 00 



$742 50 

187 50 
97 99 

141 04 
47 10 
25 00 
21 02 
14 69 



$900 00 

182 40 

224 95 

29 48 

71 17 

625 74 

68 87 

33 00 

68 38 

100 91 

21 60 

71 90 

15 49 



$5,52183 



2,049 76 



780 00 



17,961 82 



242 69 



1,276 84 



2,413 79 



$30,263 23 



$63,996 64 



$63,996 54 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



201 



Statement V. 



Kxpenses fl»r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 146. 



Commission on Fisheries and Game — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

HaTGHXRT at WIKCHS8TSR. 

J. H. Mosher, $350 00 

Ezpressage, freight, etc., 228 70 

Food for fishes, d(> 46 

Hardware, lomber, paints, etc., . . 33 60 

Ice 16 00 

MasoD work, 32 39 

Sundries 33 18 

Trent eggs, 90 00 



PUSCHASB AND PbOFAQATION OF MONGOLIAN 

Pheasants. 
J. H. Mosher (."iSO 00 



Feed, 
Sundries, 



290 87 
21 57 



Stocking Brooks. 
D. T. Shea, ..... 
Travelling expenses, etc.. 

Stocking Ponds. 
C. M. Bray, care of mill pond, 
A. D. Putnam, .... 

Sundries, 

Travelling expenses. 



9112 60 
129 84 



$50 00 

112 50 

15 14 

289 60 



Stbam Launch " Bgrbt," vor Protection 

OF Lobsters. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 408.] 
Launch, $2,750 00 



Alterations and repairs, 
Engine supplies, gasoline, etc.. 
Pay roll : — 

Captain, .... $82 60 
Engineer, ... 77 50 

Provisions, 

Sundries, 



860 60 
127 99 



160 00 
71 .^ 
34 32 



Purchase of Eao-BBABiNa Lobsters. 

[Act! 1904, chap. 406, sects. 1 and 2.] 

B. A. Foster $225 00 

O. C. Bourne, 225 00 

Paid sundry parties for lobsters, 273 45 

Sundries 18 35 

Travelling expenses 49 17 



$30.263 23 



821 33 



662 44 



242 34 



467 24 



3,994 25 



790 97 



DETAIL No. 146. 

Harbor and Land Commission. 

[Revised Laws, chaps. 1, 25 and 96 ; Acts 1902, chap. 438 ; 1901, chap. 22.] 



GOMHISSIONBRB 

Woodward Emery, chairman, 
Charles C. Doten, . 
George E. Smith, . 



$3,300 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 



Amounts carried forward. 



$8,700 00 



$8,700 00 



$53,996 54 



37,214 80 



$91,211 34 



202 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ezpensea fl»r 1004 In OetiUI. 



Detaii. 146. 



Harbor and Land Commission — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Clbkkb. 

Clerk of the Board. 



F. N. Wales, 



C. A. Stone, . 
E. M. Peirce, 
S. A. Holt, . 
N. F. Batchelor, 
M. B. Gilmartin, 



. $2,600 00 



Assistants, 



$1,000 00 
900 00 
816 67 
780 00 
780 00 



4,276 67 



BvaiNBEB's Dbpabdcbnt. 

Chief En>ffineer. 
F. W. Hodgdon $4,000 00 

Assistants, 
H. B. Wood, .... $3,000 00 

B. E. Peirce 1,800 00 

L. H. Bateman, . 1,800 00 

J. B. Burke, .... 1,800 00 
W. C. Hawley, . 1,416 00 

W. W. Marrs, . . 1,200 00 

B. W. Hadcock and others, as 
per pay roll, 2,523 00 

13,639 00 



EZPBKBBB. 

Board $1,190 73 



Ezpressage, teaming, etc., 

Hardware, lumber, eto., for signals, etc.. 

Labor 

Photographs, etc., 

Stationery, office supplies, etc., 

Sundries, 

Surveying instruments and repairs. 
Transportation and travelling expenses, 

Tratbl of thb Commission. 
Travelling and hotel expenses, 



Officb Expbnbbs of thb Commibbion. 



92 68 

199 74 

286 49 

86 97 

67 77 

181 71 

266 19 

1,303 83 



Drawine material, instruments, etc., 
Maps, plans, photographs, etc., 
Newspapers and publications. 

Postage 

Printing, 

Printing 2,000 copies annual report. 
Stationery, office supplies, etc.. 

Sundries, 

Surveying instruments and repairs, 



Amount carried forward^ 



$88 16 
218 68 
72 92 
90 00 
263 63 
468 84 
361 66 

76 as 

100 30 



$8,700 00 



6,776 67 



17,639 00 



3,673 01 
400 00 



1,720 42 



$91,211 34 



38,809 10 



$130,020 44 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



203 



Statement Y. 



MM Ar 1904 tm Detnll. DETAILS 147-149. 



DBTAIL No. 147. 

PiuNTiKG Town Boundary Atlases. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 22.] 



Amount brought fortoard, 



100 copies Belmont, BarlinrUm, Cambridge, Lex- 
ington, Someryille, Waltnam and Watertown, 

100 copies Acton, Bedford, Concord, Lincoln, May- 
nara, Sndbnry, Way land and Weston, 

100 copies Fall River, New Bedford, etc., . 




DBTAIL No. 148. 

Care and Supervision of the Province Lands in 

Provincetomtn. 

[Reyieed Laws, chap. 96, sects. 4-6; Acts 1902, chap. 611.] 



J. A. Small, saperintendent : — 

Seryioes, $600 00 

Expenses, 27 60 



Hire of teams, 
Labor, . . . . 
Seeds, plants, trees, etc.. 
Sundries, 



Se27 00 
121 00 

2,376 00 

201 63 

24 24 



DBTAIL No. 149. 

Surveys and Improvement of Harbors and repair- 
ing Damages done by Storms along the Coast 
Line or River Banks of the Commonwealth. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 96, sects. 9 and 10; Acts 1904, chap. 12.] 



Kiley & Gleason, contract, . 
Buggies & Perkins, contract, 

Blaoksmithing 

Board, 

Boat hire, 

Carpenter work, 

Dredging 

Bxpressage, teaming, etc., . 

Hardware, etc., 

Labor, 

Lumber, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants. 

Sundries, 

Transportation and travelling expenses, 



Amount carried forward, 



$1,412 84 

194 78 
67 10 

260 06 
81 86 
23 06 
32 42 
76 81 
36 82 

967 96 
63 67 

796 11 
31 66 
63 06 



$130,020 44 



2,606 26 



3,349 27 



4,097 47 



$140,972 44 



204 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement Y. 



Ar 1»04 1» Detail. DETAILS 150-153. 



DBTAIIi No. 150. 

Dredging South Boston Shore. 

[Acts 1903, chAp. 425; 1904. chap. 26.] 



Amount brought forward, 



New EnglaDd Dredging Company and Bastern 
Dredging Company, contract, .... 
Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 
Sundries, 




DETAIL No. 161. 

Removal op Wrecks from Tide Waters. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 97, sects, l^-^2; Acts 1904, chap. 24.] 



Removing wreck of lighter from flats opposite L Street bath 
house, 



DETAIL No. 152. 

Protection of the Town of Hatfield against 
THE Further Encroachments of the Connecticut 
River. 

[Res. 1908, chap. 82; Acts 1903, chap. 427.] 



Kiley & Gleason, contract, . 

Labor 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 

Sundries, 

Teaming, etc 



$4,902 60 

171 25 

377 26 

63 84 

40 30 



DETAIL No. 163. 

Improvement of the Channel at the Entrance of 
Bass River between the Towns of Dennis and 
Yarmouth. 

[Res. 1901, chap. 113; 1903, chap. 46; Acts 1901, chap. 682; 1902, chap. 

174; 1903, chap. 837.] 



Bagging, 

Boat hire, 

Labor, 

Stone in place, 

Sundries, 



Amount carried forward. 



$273 20 


:» 26 


226 00 


69 26 


66 60 



$140,972 44 



21,522 05 



60 00 



4,945 14 



667 31 



$167,166 94 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



205 



Statement V. 



Bzpenaca fl»r 19414 !■ Detail. 



Details 164-157. 



DETAIL No. 154. 

Protection of Stage Harbob, Chatham. 

[Res. 1903, chap. 47; 1904, chap. 90; Acts 1903, chap. 837; 1904, chap. 461.] 



Amount brought forward^ .... 
AdvertisinflT. ....... 


• ■ • 


$167,156 94 
17 75 






DETAIL No. 166. 

Improvement op Lake Anthony, Cottage City. 

[Acta 1904, chaps. 416 and 461.] 




J. H. G^rrish, contract, 

Bags and bagging, 

Cement, lime, sand, etc., 

Bxpressage, fieight, etc 

Labor, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants. 

Bent, 

Sundries, 

Travelling expenses 


$5,281 48 

60 00 

176 15 

64 06 

278 00 

270 00 

33 00 

35 94 

21 30 


6,219 93 


DETAIL No. 156. 

Dredging Quincy Shore. 




Harries & Letteney, contract, .... 

Advertising, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants. 

Printing, 


$7,000 00 

14 25 

222 00 

33 50 


7,269 75 






detail No. 167. 

Dredging Easterly Shore, Dorchester. 

[Acts 1903, chaps. 439 and 486.] 




Bay State Dredging Company, contract, 

Advertising, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 

Printing 


$24,301 60 

20 80 

659 00 

18 60 


25,000 00 






Amount carried forward y 


. • > 


$205,664 37 



206 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expe»»M A»r 1904 1» BetAU. DETAILS 158-162. 



DETAIL No. 168. 

Dredging Bass River, Beverly. 

[Acts 1908, cbape. 841 and 427.] 



Amount brought forward, . . • . 

G. H. Souther & J. H. Gtorrish, oontraot. 
Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 

ranting 

Sundries, ........ 

Transportation and travelling expenses. 


... 

$22,364 01 

1,089 00 

26 36 

60 61 

84 29 

• 


$206,664 37 
23,613 26 






DBTAIT. No. 169. 

Dredging Weymouth Fore River. 

[Acts 1908, cbapB. 440 and 486.] 




Harries & Letteney, contract, .... 


• • • 


2,297 62 



DETAIL No. 160. 

Entrance to East Bay, Osterville. 

[Acta 1908, chaps. 876 and 427.] 



Ames, Hallett & Crosby, contract. 

Board, 

Gnnnybags 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 
Stone in place, .... 

Labor, 

Travelling expenses, 

Weighers, 



$1,275 06 


65 91 


90 00 


78 00 


4,349 04 


239 25 


7 45 


75 00 



DETAIL No. 161. 

Improvement of Cotuit Harbor. 

[Acts 1904, chaps. 358 and 407.] 



Boggles & Perkins, contract, 
Advertising, . . 

Board, 

Boat hire, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 
Printing, 



$1,675 00 


15 26 


75 00 


36 00 


150 00 


20 64 



DETAIL No. 162. 

Improvement of Witchmere Harbor, Harwich. 

[Res. 1904, cbap. 91; Acts 1004, chap. 461.] 



Advertising, 

Amount carried forward. 



6,179 71 



1,971 89 



18 25 



$239,745 10 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



207 



Statemknt v. 



EzpeMMS fl»r 1»04 in l>«t*il. DETAILS 163-165. 



DBTAIIi No. 168. 

Improyement of Entrance to Red River, Chatham. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 102; Acts 1904, chap. 461.] 



Amount brought forward ^ 

Thomas & Connor, contract, 

Board, 

Pav roll, engineers and assistants, 

Printing, 

Sundries, 



$500 00 
29 10 
75 00 
23 78 
13 80 



DETAIL No. 164. 

Investigation relative to Dry Dock in Boston. 

[Res. 1004, chap. 103; Acts 1904, chap. 461.] 



H. C. Holmes, consnlting engineer, 

Adyertising, 

Pay roll, engineers and assistants, 




DBTAIL No. 166. 

State Board of Health. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 76; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1908, chap. 467; 1904, 

chap. 95.] 



Sbcrbtart. 
Charles Harrington, from Dec. 9, 1904, . $185 48 
Samuel W. Abbott, died Oct. 22, 1904, . 2,427 42 



Clerks. 



F. L. Morse, . 
W. P. Brown, 
E. L. Walker, 
S. B. LeMaster, 
T. Smith, 
M. Olmsted, . 
A. L. Reagh, . 
A. O. O'Connell, 



Expenses. 
L. M. Palmer, medical inspector, 
Apparatus and repairs, . 
Ezpressage, freight, etc., 
Extra clerical assistance. 
Furniture and fittings, laboratory. 
Laboratory supplies. 
Newspapers, publications, etc., 

Postage, 

Printing, .... 
Stationery, .... 
Sundries, .... 
Telephone and telegrams, 



$2,395 88 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

840 00 

8a3 34 

660 00 

562 51 

76 00 



$140 00 
604 27 
348 99 
334 96 
254 35 

1.716 73 
485 98 
619 10 

1,413 82 
582 12 
159 85 
125 68 



$2,612 90 



7,766 68 



AmountB carried forward. 



$10,379 58 



$239,745 10 



641 68 



390 60 



$240,777 28 



208 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expenaea fl»r 1904 In Dettill. 



Details 166, 167. 



State Board of Health — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

TravelliDg expenses : — 

Clerks, etc., . . . $1,270 44 
Members of the Board, . 126 32 

$1,396 76 



6,000 copies, 



Pbinting Bbfobt. 



$10,379 58 



8,182 61 
3,724 48 



DETAIL No. 166. 

Inspection of Milk, Food and Drugs. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 75, sects. 5 and 6; Acts 1903, chap. 467; 1904, 

chap. 95.] 



Analysts. 



Albert E. Leach, . 
G. A. Goessmann, . 



$2,600 00 
499 99 



H. G. Lythgoe, 
H. F. Davis, . 
J. H. Terry, . 
J. F. McCaffrey, 
T. M. Drown, 
A. D Smith, . 
W. E. Bobbins, 



Inspectors. 



$1,600 00 

1,399 99 

1,399 99 

1,300 00 

276 00 

200 00 

136 00 



Expenses. 



Apparatus, .... 
Articles purchased for analysis, 
Cleaning laboratory, 
Expert services, 
Laboratory supplies, 
Newspapers, publications, etc., 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Sundries, .... 
Travelling expenses, inspectors, etc., 



$78 18 

543 26 

120 00 

46 00 

911 97 

54 41 

83 70 

73 32 

1,380 17 




DETAIL No. 167. 

Purity of Inland Waters. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 75; Acts 1904, chap. 27.] 



Engineers. 
X. H. Goodnough, 
W. S. Johnson, 
H. W. Clark, . 
F. B. Forbes, . 
S. De M. Gage, 
Assistant engineers, draftsmen, etc., as 
per pay roll, 



Anwunta carried forward^ 



$3,277 78 

2,260 00 

2,099 99 

1.486 00 

990 00 

12,462 88 



$22,566 66 



$22,666 66 



$240,777 28 



22,286 62 



12,499 98 



$276,563 88 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



209 



Statsment v. 



IMS Iter 1»04 In Detail. 



Detail 168. 



Purity of Inland Waters — Concluded. 



Amounts brought /one ard. 



EXPBNSBB. 

Essex Company, experimental sewerage station at 
Lawrence : — 
Labor $2,781 13 



Tools, 

Bent of land, 



Board, 

Coal. 

Electrical supplies and repal 

Expressage, freight, etc., 

Gas, .... 

Hardware, etc.. 



rs. 



Labor, recording gauges, etc 

Laboratory snpplies, 

Lumber, etc., . 

Newspapers, publications, etc.. 

Photographic snpplies, etc., 

Plumbing, 

Postage, .... 

Printing, 

Stationery and office supplies 

Steam pipe and fittings, 

Sundries, 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Transportation and travelling expenses. 



278 10 
160 00 



$3,209 23 

62 90 

46 99 

111 66 

991 99 

320 02 

79 07 

308 17 

1,929 14 

96 27 

77 59 

192 71 

92 63 

147 09 

346 01 

777 96 

235 09 

372 49 

46 84 

1,889 01 



$22,665 65 



11,331 81 



DETAIL No. 168. 

Examination of Sewer Outlets. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 76, sect, i; Acts lOOS, chap. 641; 1908, chap. 68.] 



Enginbb&s. 
H. W. Clark, . 
X.H.Goodnough, . 
W. S. Johnson, 
W. L. Butcher, 
G. H. Pratt, . 
Assistant engineers, draftsmen, etc., as 
per pay roll, 

Expenses. 
Apparatus and repairs, . 

Boat hire 

Labor, recording gauges, etc., 
Laboratory supplies, 
Maps, charts, etc., . 
Sundries, .... 
Travelling expenses, hotel bills, etc.. 



Amount carried forward ^ 



S700 00 
556 66 
337 60 
244 44 
200 00 

2,671 91 



$347 73 

111 70 

280 00 

861 44 

31 80 

35 66 

1,124 82 




$275,663 88 



33,887 46 



7,492 54 



$316,943 88 



210 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ezpenaes A»r 1004 1» Detail. 



Details 169, 170, 



DBTAIL No. 169. 

Production and Distribution of Antitoxin and Vaccine Lymph. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 79; Acts 1908, chap. 480.] 



Amount brought forward^ .... 


■ ■ • 


S316,943 88 


Glbkks, btc. 






N.W.Mitchell, snoOO 






J. F. Home, . 






1 


665 00 






CM. Adams, 








605 00 






H. Mnllisan, . 
A. Van Hall, 








350 00 












330 00 






M. L. Mahony, 








325 00 






A.L. Beagh, . 








291 67 






T. Smith, 








100 00 










$3,336 67 








EXFBNBBB. 






Apparatus and repairs, .... S1S9 16 






Board of horses, . 






1,914 97 






Coal, 






166 25 






Expert services, . 






3000 






Expressage, freight, etc., 






98 43 






Food for guinea pigs, etc., . 






74 72 






Famlture and fittings, . 






680 25 






Oras, • . ■ . 






14 60 






Guinea pigs, calves, etc., 






365 90 






Horses, .... 






&5 00 






Laboratory supplies, 






609 81 






Printing, 






118 67 






Bent of laboratory, 






600 00 






Stable supplies, 






448 63 






Stationery and oflSce supplies 


1 




24 88 






Sundries, 






44 68 






Telephone and telegrams, 






238 92 








5,454 67 


8,791 34 






DETAIL No. 170. 






Investigation of Sanitary Condition of 


Factories. 




[Res. 1904, ciiap. 99; Acta 1904, chap. 461.; 


I 




L. M. Palmer, medical inspector, .... 


966171 




B. H. Brook, expert services, 






160 00 




Clerical assistance, 






41 48 




Printing, .... 






26 96 




Stationery and office supplies, 






12 20 




Travelling expenses, 






107 65 








1,000 00 




... 


Amount carriei 

: i 


i/oncard. 




• 


i • • 


$826,736 22 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



211 



Statement V. 



ter 1904 In OeUUl. DETAILS 17i;;172. 



DBTAIIi No. 171. 

Investigation of the Dumping of Garbage in the Harbors and 

ALONG the SeACOAST OF MASSACHUSETTS BaY. 

[Acts 1908, chaps. 858 and 421.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



X. Goodnoagh, 

W. S. JohDSOD, 

L. Bradford and others, as per pay roll, 
Travelling expenses, . . . . 




DETAIL No. 172. 

Massachusetts Highway Commission. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 47; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1903, chap. 478; 1904, 

chaps. 19, 244 and 461. J 



GOMMI88IONBR8. 
William E. McClintock, chairman, 
Harold Parker, .... 
John H. Manning, 



$3,500 00 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 



Sbcrbtart. 



Clbbks 



A. B. Fletcher, 



A. M. LoYis, . 

5. A. Parsons, 
J. M. McCarthy, 
M. A. Riley, . 

6. E. Bayner, 
£. A. Austin, 
N. M. Barlow, • 
A. M. Worthen, 
F. Fair, . 



EzpBirsBS. 

Advertising, 

Ezpressage, freight, etc.. 
Lunches, commissioners and clerks, 
Maper, photographs, plans, etc.. 
Newspapers, pnolications, etc., 

Postage, 

Printing, 



Recording takings of land, . 
Stationery and office supplies. 

Sundries, 

Telephone and telegrams, 
Transportation, travelling exi>en8e8 and 
hotel bills 



S2,100 00 

1,608 00 

1,600 00 

1,000 00 

S40 00 

800 00 

720 00 

600 00 

510 00 



$86 63 

96 10 

72 06 

114 47 

128 95 

730 78 

632 82 

168 43 

327 68 

02 38 

291 38 

2,597 87 



4,500 copies. 



Printing Bbport. 



Rbnt of Officb. 
Bangs & Wells, rent, 



Amount carried forward^ 



98,500 00 
3,000 00 



9,978 00 



5,298 00 
1,040 44 

4,822 98 



9326,735 22 



590 30 



32,639 92 



9359,970 44 



212 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ezpensea fl»r 1904 In Detail. DETAILS 173-177. 



DETAIL No. 173. 

Care of Road-Building Machinery. 

[Acta 1904, chap. 19.J 



Atnount brought forward 

Repairs and supplies, 

Transportation, etc 


• • • 

9821 51 
202 06 


$389,970 44 
1,023 57 






DETAIL No. 174. 

Repair of Highways. 

[Acts 1904, chaps. 244 and 816.J 




Paid for sundry cities and towns, 


49,999 47 


DETAIL No. 176. 

Registering Automobiles and Motor Cycles and 
Licensing Operators thereof. 

[Acta 1903, chap. 478; 1904, chap. 19.] 




£. J. O'Ham, clerk 

Extra clerical assistance 

Badges, 

License plates, signs, etc., 

Postage, 

Printing 

Bent of office, 

Service of writs, 

Stationery and office snpplies, .... 
Sundries, 


Sl,253 20 

2,675 79 

374 76 

1,276 80 

2iV) 23 

664 94 

140 24 

70 74 

106 11 

66 24 


6,758 04 






DETAIL No. 176. 

Town of Middlefiet.d. Repairing Roads. 

[Ree. 1904, chap. 100; Acts 1904, chap. 461.] 




Town of Middlefield, contract, .... 
A. L. South worth, engineer, .... 
Sundries, 


S2,758 15 
59 29 
15 26 


2,832 70 






DETAIL No. 177. 

Insurance Commissioner. 

Revised Laws, chap. 118; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chap. 11.] 




GOHMIS8IONB&. 
Frederick L. Cutting, 


$3,600 00 




Anvounts carried forwardf .... 


$3,500 00 


$420,584 22 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



213 



Statkmeht v. 



EzpeBft«a A»r 1904 In Detnll. 



Detail 177. 



iNSUsAifCE Commissioner— Continued, 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Dbputy Commisbionbb. 
Frank H. Hardison, 

ACTUABT. 

Emma W. Gnshman 

EZAMIKBB. 

William H. Brown, 

A. E. Linnell, first, .... $2,000 00 
W. O. Richardson, second, . 1,000 00 
Minnie F. Whipple, third, . . 1,200 00 

Extra Glbrkb. 

L. 6. Hodgkins 91,600 00 

C. E. Weiss, 1,000 00 

M. E. Bunill 1,000 00 

B. L. Johnson, 1,000 00 

F. M. Robbins 1,000 00 

F. M. Page, 1,000 00 

J. L. Baker 1,000 00 

G. H. Manks, 933 34 

6. C. Stndley, 900 00 

G. M. Hall 900 00 

M. Sanborn 900 00 

F. E. Gowell, 840 00 

M. L. McMann, 840 00 

L. H. Young 840 00 

E. G. Stevens, 840 00 

M. H. Dyer 840 00 

J. S. Davis, 840 00 

B. B. Hadley 840 00 

K. J. Connorton 840 00 

S. E. Gould, 840 00 

K. L. Scheufele, 840 00 

E. P. Bancroft, 840 00 

H. L. Richardson, 840 00 

G. L. Hemenway, 840 00 

A. Robinson, 760 00 

M. F. Yeaton, 690 00 

L. A. McGowan 617 33 

G. E. Nelson, 615 00 

G. L. Moore, 660 00 

H. A. Stewart, 131 67 

Clara L. Stuart, 76 00 

J. M. Clark, 60 00 

A. J. £. Perkins 50 00 

A. M. Mansfield, 60 00 

B. B. Bence, 50 00 

L. W. Whipple 26 00 

EZFKNSBS. 

Abstract of reported cases, . S90 00 

Appraisals, 65 00 

Expenses of delegates to National Con- 
vention, 174 27 

Extra clerical assistance, . . 115 73 

Newspapers, publications, etc., . 76 00 

Postage, 510 58 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$3,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 



4,700 00 



f420,584 22 



25,717 .% 



940,417 34 



$420,684 22 



214 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expense* fl»r 1904 In ]>etnll. 



Detail 178. 



Insurance Commissioner — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward ^ .... 

Printing $2,061 14 

Stationery and office sapplies, 307 24 

Sundries, 76 43 

Telephone and telegrams, 44 78 
Travelling expenses, examination of in- 
surance company, .... 460 23 



PaiNTiNQ Bbport. 
2,600 copies Fart 1, 
4,000 oopies Part 2, 



. $1,668 d2 
. 2,168 23 



$40,417 34 



3,999 40 



3,827 16 



DBTAIIj No. 178. 

Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 

[Reyleed Laws, chap. 107; Acts lfi02, chap. 438; 1908, chap. 36; 1904, 

chaps. 109 and 297.] 



Chixf of Bureau. 
Charles F. Pidgin, 



Clbbks. 
F. H. Drown, first, 
W. G. Grundy, second, . 



. $2,000 00 
. 1,660 00 



Special Agents. 

C. C. L. Moore, $800 00 

0. Thompson 800 00 

1. G. Ellenwood 400 00 

N. B. Scovel, 400 00 



$3,000 00 



3,660 00 



Extra Clerks, etc. 


H. T. McBride, . $933 33 


H. M. Vamey, 


• 




876 00 


E. M. Bath, . 


• 




833 33 


L. B. Bate, . 


• 




666 66 


A. L. Foster, . 






666 66 


B. T. Philbrook, 






6a5 00 


L. A. Gerrish, 






660 00 


A. L. Flynn,. 






626 00 


A. L. Weeks, 






617 60 


E. S. Brooks, . 






498 33 


I. G. Ellenwood, . 






366 67 


N. P. Gilson, . 






367 79 


F. 8. Drown, . 






.370 00 


G. A. Evans, . 






67 00 


A. W. Handren, . 






37 20 


B. A. Dillingham, 




20 00 



2,400 00 



G. H. Vamey, 



Messenger. 



$7,889 47 
277 60 



Laborers. 
C. G. MacLeod and others, as per pay 
roll, 801 67 

Amounts carried fonoard, .... 



$9,060 00 






$420,684 22 



48,243 89 



$468,828 11 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



215 



Stateuemt v. 



Detail 178. 



Bureau of Statistics of Labor — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward , .... 


$9,050 00 


$468,828 11 


EZPBNBES. 






Clerical assistanoe, . . $21 00 






Cutting machine and repairs, 36 00 






Expenses of delegates to 
l4ational Convention, 30 75 










Ezpressage. freight, etc., . 25 18 
Newspapers, publioations, etc., 257 62 










Postage 862 10 






Printing, .... 2,597 37 






Stationery and office supplies, 278 46 






Sandries, .... 39 17 






Travelling expenses, hotel 






bills, etc., . . . 677 62 






9 ' 


%A oqo 77 






■ ^^fOOU t 1 








13,799 41 








Statistics or Manufactubbs. 






Clerks. 






M. Shea $800 00 






I. M. Reinick, 






&')6 54 






C. E. Walker, 






480 00 






C. E. Murray, 






416 67 






S. M. I>ane, . 






405 00 






L. B. Bate, . 






im 34 






H. F. McBride, 






200 00 






A. L. Flynn, . 


« 




175 00 






H. M. Varney. 






175 00 






£. M. Bath, . 






166 67 






A. L. Foster, . 






166 67 






E. P. Philbrook. . 






125 00 






I. G. Ellenwood, . 






120 00 






F. S. Drown, . 


• 




90 00 






C. G. MacLeod, 






75 98 






G. H. Varney, 






70 21 






E. S. Brooks, . 






66 67 






G. A. Evans, . 






46 50 


• 




J. Stem, 






1 50 








.. 9tA MA 7A 






■- ^^fOiJ^ lO 




Special Agents, 






N.R.Scovel $485 00 






H. A. Stone, . . . 185 00 






G. A. Evans, . 142 50 






812 50 






E:epen8e!^. 






Postage $207 30 






Printing, : . 285 11 






Sandries, .... 19 04 






Travelling expenses, hotel 






bills, etc 621 28 








1 1?9 7*4 






X , XO£ 1 o 








6,495 98 








Printing Bbpobts. 






6,000 copies report Bureau of Labor, . $2,892 00 






5,000 copies report Statistics of Manu- 






factures 840 19 










3,732 19 












33,077 58 




• • • 


Amount carriei 


ifon 


vard, 


.... 


$501,905 69 



216 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan . 



Statement V. 



Iter 1904 In OciAll. 



Detail 179. 



DETAIL No. 170. 

Decennial Census. 

[Acts 1004, chap. 109.] 



Amount brought forwardy 

Pat Roll. 
Charles F. Pidein, chief, 
F. H. Drown, first clerk, 
W. H. Grundy, second clerk, 



Extra Glbrkb, etc. 
C. G. L. Moore, 
C. Thompson, 
A. L. Flynn, . 
M. Shea, 

A. S. Gerrish, 
E. A. Dillingham, 

B. W. Johnson, 

E. £. Coolidge, 
W. H. Sibley, 

C. E. Batchelder, 
A. A. McAnley, 
K. T. Baker, . 
M. L. Snow, . 
A. L. Foster, . 
I. M. Bemick, 
C. E. Walker, 
A. W. Handren, 

F. A. Tufts, . 

E. S. Brooks, . 
R. H. Gillespie, 
N. P. Gilson, . 
C. E. Murray, 
I. L. Poore, . 

F. M. Clement, 
A. G. O'Connell, 
W. H. McClennen 
I. Wallace, . 



Expenses. 
Alterations, 10 Mt. Vernon Street: ~ 
Carpenter work, etc., . S^l 48 
Painting, . . 260 67 

Linoleum, . 246 30 

Sundries, . 41 50 



Coal 

Maps 

Postage, .... 

Printing, .... 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Sundries, .... 
Travelling expenses. 



SfiOOOO 
a'lOOO 
260 00 I 



S630 00 
690 00 
409 84 
391 07 
296 47 
282 64 
276 31 
259 63 
2:^ 13 
227 91 
225 36 
224 96 
207 27 
196 01 
148 62 
143 63 
133 85 
130 32 
130 00 
115 00 
100 92 
100 89 
80 93 
80 39 
74 69 
48 00 
."^9 69 



$878 96 

41 61 

HI 65 

90 10 

2.30 09 

646 82 

7 60 

363 49 



Amount carried forwardt 



Sl.lOO 00 



6,620 42 



2,189 21 



$601,905 69 



8,909 63 



$510,81.') 32 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 6. 



217 



Statement V. 



ExpciBMtt A»r i»«4 iM »«teu. Details 180, 181. 



DBTAIL No. 180. 

Board of Registration in Medicine. 

[Keylsdd Laws, chap. 76; Acts 1902, chap. 505; 1904, chap. 84.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



Board 
G. E. Miles, chairman, 
E. B. Harvey, secretary 
W. P. Bowers, 
8. H. Galderwood, 
A. L. Chase, . 
N. B. Perkins, 
A. C. Walker, 



$300 00 
2,600 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



Tkaybllimg Expenses of the Boajld. 
Bailroad fares, hotel bills, etc. 

Glebical Sbryicbs, Office and Ikcidbktal 

Expenses. 

A. B. Longley, clerk, .* . S7S0 00 

Newspapers, publications, etc., . 64 75 

Postage 101 00 

Printing, 98 68 

Printing 3,000 copies annual report, 341 24 

Stationery and office supplies, 102 13 

Sundries, 71 03 

Telephone and telegrams, . . 78 30 




DETAIL No. 181. 

Board of Registration in Pharmacy. 

[Acts 1902, chap. 606; 1904, chap. 49.] 



Board. 
G. M. Hoytt, chairman, 
F. A. Hubbard, secretary, from Oct. 1, 

1«)4, 

O. F. Nixon, secretary, to Sept. 30, 1904, 
H. Adams, ...... 

W. F. Sawyer, 

F. A. Hubbard, to October, . 

L. A. Lamson, from November, . 



$600 00 

760 00 
250 00 
300 00 
300 00 
230 64 
50 00 



S.B.Harris: — 
Services, . 
Expenses, 



Agent. 



$1,500 00 
680 40 



TRAYBIiLING EXPENSES OF THE BOABD. 

Railroad fares and hotel bills, .... 

Stenographer, Witness Fees and Contin- 
gent Expenses. 
Bessie Burroughs, clerk, $720 00 

Extra clerical assistance, . .37 09 

Laboratory supplies, .... 80 75 

Amounts carried fonoard, .... 



$2,380 64 



2,180 40 
1,300 44 



$510,815 32 



6,449 13 



$5,861 48 



$517,264 45 



218 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r 1904 In Detail. 



Details 182, 183. 



Board of Registration in Pharmacy — Concltided. 



Amounts brought fortoardt 
Newspapers, publications, etc., 



3pap€ 
Printtng, 
Printing 1,600 copies annual report. 
Stationery and office supplies. 

Sundries, 

Telephone and telegrams, 
Witness fees, .... 



SS4 76 
13108 
04 28 
110 54 
24 70 
20 70 
as 95 



95,86148 



1,347 84 



DBTAIL No. 182. 

ft 

Publication of the Province Laws. 

[Acts 1899, chap. 477; 1904, chap. 66.] 



Melvin M. Bigelow, 



Editor. 



Chief Clbrk. 
Henry B. Gardner, 



Clsbks 



Julia A. Perley, . 
Juliette M. Averill, 
Annah S. Bemick, 
Elizabeth A. Purdon, 



Expenses. 
Postage, .... 

Stationery and office supplies, 



$900 00 
900 00 
800 00 
733 33 


S22 38 
43 65 




DETAIL No. 183. 

State Board of Publication. 

[Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1903, chap. 427.] 



Board. 
John Woodbury, . . . ) Tiruvifti,* 



Clerical assistance, 
Printing, 



Expenses. 



Amount carried forward. 




$517,264 45 



7»209 32 



6,899 36 



83 53 



$531,456 06 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



219 



Statement V. 



BzpensM A»r 1»04 In Detail. DETAILS 184, 185. 



DETAIL No. 184. 

Commissioner of Public Records. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 86; Acta 1904, chap. 48.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



GOMMISSIONBB. 

Robert T. Swan, $2,500 00 

EXPKNSBS. 

Annie B. Coffin, clerk, . . $1,000 00 

Newspapers, publications,etc., 45 20 

Postage, .... 46 00 

Printing, .... 84 96 
Restoring and preserving old 

records, .... 445 50 

Sundries, .... 42 79 



Standard Record Ikk. 
Examination, .... 

Ink 

Printing 



1,664 45 



$25 00 

232 74 

34 24 



$4,164 45 



291 98 



DETAIL No. 186. 

Commissioners of Savings Banks. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 113; Acts 190*2, cbnps. 43d and 490; 1904, chaps. 

4 and 407.] 



Commissioners. 
Warren E. Locke, chairman, 
James O. Otis, . . . . 
Frederick B. Washburn, 



$3,600 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 



H. F. Taylor, first. 
C. W. Leri, second, 
O. M. Tucker, third, 



Clerks. 



$2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 



Additional Clerks and Expert Assistants. 
Josephine £. -Brown, .... $1,000 00 
Gertrude M. Cross, . . . 180 00 
Helen A. Thomas, . . 135 00 
C. H. Manning, 107 80 



Trayelling and Incidental Expenses. 



Bxpressage, 

Newspapers, publications, etc.. 

Postage, 

Printing, 

Stationery and office supplies, 

Sundries, 

Telephone and telegrams. 
Travelling expenses, hotel bills, etc., 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$92 36 

66 20 

241 80 

487 41 

121 60 

9 10 

23 45 

2,267 35 



$9,500 00 



4,700 00 



1,422 80 



3,309 27 



$18,932 07 



$531,456 66 



4,456 43 



$535,913 09 



220 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



p«MM« fl»r 1»04 In B«iail. 



Detail 186. 



Commissioners of Savings Banks — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Printing Rbport. 
2,S0O copies Part 1, . . . 
1,760 copies Part 2, 



$3,537 67 
1,643 35 



S18,932 07 



$535,91:$ 09 



5,181 02 



DBTAIL No. 186. 

Tax Commissioner. 

[Revised Laws, chaps. U and 110; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chaps. 

17, 99 and 190.] 



GOMMISSIONBR. 

William D. T. Trefry, . 



Dbputt Gomuissionbr. 
Harrison 6. Otis, .... 



Clbrks. 
E. D. Endicott, first, 
H. B. Nottage, second, . 



Extra Clbrks. 



A. B. Taylor, 
M. T. B. Tong, 
H. R. Homer, 
S. W. Hadson, 
A. A. Holt, . 

A. M. Banker, 

E. C. Charch, 

B. M. Converse, 
H. M. Chnrch, 
G. S. Leavitt, 

F. M. Harmon, 

G. M. Howard, 
M. L. Spear, . 

A. J. £. Perkins, 
E. M. Davis, . 
E. Habbard, . 

B. M. Wheeler, 
J. M. Clark, . 

A. M. Mansfield, 

B. B. Bence, . 

B. P. Tullock, 

A. F. Crosby, 
G. M. Eaton, . 
H. E. Dow, . 
S. P. Major, . 

C. W. Brown, 

B. Humphry, 

C. L. Stnart, . 



CONTINGBNT EXPENSES. 

R. L. Day & Co., .... 
Newspapers, publications, etc., 

Postap^, 

Printing, 



limounts carriedforwardt 



1 

$2,000 00 


1,500 00 


$1,400 00 


1,200 00 


1,150 00 


1.060 00 


996 67 


991 67 


991 67 


810 00 


650 00 


650 00 


648 00 


617 60 


617 50 


585 00 


570 00 


570 00 


570 00 


540 00 


540 00 


540 00 


522 50 


522 50 


455 00 


364 52 


359 68 


170 00 


87 94 


75 00 


$700 00 


93 85 


570 10 


2,102 25 



24,113 09 



$3,500 00 
2,500 00 



3,600 00 



18,255 15 



$27,755 15 



$560,026 18 



liK)5.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



221 



Statement V. 



£jEpeMM« fl»r 1—* In B«i«il. 



Detail 187. 



Tax Commissioner — Conclicded. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Stationery and office supplies, 

Sundries, 

Travelling expenses, . . . , 

COMMISSIONSBS' TrAYBL. 

Harrison G. Otis 



952R 77 
24 40 
85 40 



2.000 copies. 



Printing Rbpobt. 



KxPBNSBs Statb Valuation. 

F. M. Harmon, .... 
H. M. Church, .... 

G. M. Howard, .... 

A. J. E. Perkins, .... 

M. L. Spear, 

G. S. Leavitt, .... 

B. B. Bence, 

£. M. Davis, 

A. M. Mansfield, .... 

J. M. Clark 

£. Hubbard 

B. M. Wheeler, .... 

A. F. Crosby 

E.P. Tullock, .... 

Postage, 

Newspapers, etc., .... 



S144 00 


130 00 


130 00 


130 00 


130 00 


126 00 


120 00 


120 00 


120 00 


115 00 


115 00 


116 00 


106 00 


106 00 


96 00 


6 00 



•27,756 16 



4,104 77 
112 36 

930 64 



1,804 00 



DETAIL No. 187. 

Board of Rechstration in Veterinary Medicine. 

[Acts IMS, chaps. 249 and 337.] 



9660,026 18 



34,706 92 



Board. 
Langdon Frothingham, chairman, 
£. w. Babson, secretaiy, 

H. S. Lewis, 

T. E. Maloney, . . . . 
G. E. Penniman, . . . . 



EZPBNBBS. 

Advertising, .... 
Clerical assistance, 
Posta|;;e, .... 
Printing, .... 

Rent 

Stationery and office supplies. 

Stenographer, 

Sundries, .... 

Travelling expenses, 



•50 00 


60 00 


60 00 


50 00 


60 00 


$34 20 


122 43 


108 80 


121 82 


26 00 


141 15 


65 00 


8 00 


236 30 



Amou7it carried forward. 




1,111 70 



•596,844 80 



222 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement V. 



EjEpeMSM A»r 1—A In I»etell. . DbTAILS 188-190. 



DBTAIL No. 188. 

Committee on the Relations between Employers and Employees. 

[Res. 1903, chap. 87; Acts 1903, chap. 486.] 



Amount brought forte ard, . . . . 

COMMITTSK 

Carroll D. Wright, ohairman, . . $1,000 00 
Henry Sterling, corresponding secretary, 1,320 00 
William N. Osgood, legal secretary, . 1,250 00 

Royal Robbins, 1,000 00 

Davis R. Dewey 1,000 00 



EXPBNSKS. 

Printing 360 copies of report, 
Stenographers, etc.. 
Sundries, .... 
Translations, .... 
Travelling expenses. 



$300 39 

109 10 

6 60 

25 00 

38 00 




DETAIL No. 189. 

Commission on Condition of the Adult Blind. 

[Res. 1908, chap. 74; Acts 1908, chap. 427.] 



COMMISSIONSBS. 

Edward H. Hartwell, 
Alphens H. Hardy, 
Agnes Irwin, . 



VJtJtIBSlUH JiKJ 

ell, . . ) 



Without 
compensation. 



EXPBNSBS. 



Clerical assistance. 
Postage, . 
Printing, 
Travelling expenses. 



$58 08 
17 60 
24 36 
35 69 



DBTAIL No. lOO. 

Commission on Building Laws. 

[Acts 1904, chaps. 424 and 461.] 



GOUHISSIONBBB. 

John Mason Little, chairman, . $1,499 86 

John G. Steams, 1,499 86 

C. W. Clifford, 1,499 86 



EXPBNSBB. 

Advertising, . 

Clerical assistance. 

Printing 900 copies report. 

Stationery and office supplies 

Stenographers, 

Sundries, 

Travelling expenses, 



Amount carried fonoardt 



$62 96 
60 00 

214 43 
16 86 
77 00 
21 70 
67 60 




$696,844 80 



6,648 09 



136 53 



4,999 98 



$607,628 40 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



223 



Statement V. 



fl»r 1»04 In D«tell. 



Detail 191. 



DETAIL No. 101. 

Committee to investigate Local Systems of Sewage. 

[Res. 1904, chap. OR.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Commission KRfl. 
George B. Smith, chairman, . ) -«iri4^k/x«4- 

WillUm B. de las Casas, . \ ^^^^L^ 
Joshua B. Holden, . A oompe^ation- 



ErPBNSBS. 



Adrertising, . 
Stenographer, • 



Total expenses boards and commissions, 1904, 



$607,628 40 




104 73 



9607,633 13 



224 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



STAf EMBNT V. 



Expenae* fl»r 1904 Im Detail. 



Detail 192. 



AGRICULTURAL. 



DETAIL No. 102. 

Board of AoiacuLTDRE. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 89; Ree. 1908, chap. 27; Acts 1902, chap. 4S8; 1904, chap. 6S.] 



■ SSCRBTARY. 

J. Lewis Ellsworth, 



F. H. Fowler, 
H. N. Legate, 



Clbrkh. 



•1,800 00 
1,400 00 



Sbc&btabt's Tratbllikg Expknsbs. 
Railroad fares, hotel bills, etc., 



15,000 copies, 



Printing Report. 



Sbcrbtart's Incidkntalb. 
Clerical assistance, .... 

Expressage, 

Newspapers, publications, clippings, 

etc., 

Postage, 

Printing, 

Stationery and office supplies, 
Telephone and telegrams, 
Railroad fares and hotel bills, 



Members' Traybl. 
J. H. Allen, . 
F. H. Appleton, 
J. S. Anderson, 
E. W. Boise, . 
O. E. Brad way, 
C. K. Brewster, 
J. Bursley, 
J. F. Burt, . 
J. Damon, 
J. M. Danforth, 
A. Ellsworth, 
H. H. Goodell, 
J. W. Gumey, 
E. Hersey, 
W. C. Jewett, 
W. A. Lane, . 
W. H. Leach, 
A. M. Lyman, 
W. A. Kilboum, 
J. J. Mason, . 
A. H. Nye, . 



Amount carried forward. 



$50 00 
26 22 



79 97 

168 14 

191 82 

191 47 

29 39 

63 99 



$26 90 
2 75 
38 18 
13 72 
42 35 
57 79 
66 82 
21 93 
16 55 
23 40 
31 48 
23 12 
40 91 
23 10 
3A 04 

31 25 
.37 14 
10 00 
23 98 

32 74 
59 14 



$3,000 00 



3,200 00 
243 06 

5.667 80 



800 00 



$12,910 86 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUJVIENT — No. 6. 



225 



Statement V. 



Exp«iiBe« A»r 1904 In I»etell. 



Detail 193. 



Board of Agriculture — Concluded, 



Amount brought forward. 



H. £. Paige, . 
H. S. Perham, 
A. Peters, 
A. Pratt, 
Q. L. Reed, . 
CD. Richardson, 
W. D. Ross, . 
W. R. Sessions, 
G. H. Sha^lor, 
A. A.Smith, . 
W. H. Spooner, 
A. M. Stevens, 
S. B. Taft, . 
H. A. Turner, 
W. M. Wellington, 
H. G. Worth, 



•33 00 

23 24 
9 69 

54 01 
38 83 

24 06 
34 72 
61 31 
56 36 
67 50 
18 82 
11 99 

4 50 
46 12 
33 48 
83 72 



Dissemination of Information. 



Lectures, .... 

Postage, 

Printing, .... 

Report on decrease of birds, . 

Stationery and office supplies, 

Stenoffrapher, 

Sundnes, .... 

Weather reports, . 



$2,028 42 

146 42 

795 88 

50 00 

164 01 

75 00 

14 00 

25 00 



•12,910 86 



1,256 64 



3,298 73 



DBTAIIi No. 108. 

Agricultural Societies. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 124, sect. 1; Acts 1904. chap. 65.] 



Amesbury and Salisbury Agricultural and Horti 
cultural Society, 

Barnstable County Agricultural Society, 

Blaokstone Valley Agricultural Society, 

Bristol County Agricultural Society, . 

Deerfield Valley Agricultural Society, . 

Eastern Hampden Agricultural Society, 

Essex Agricultural Society, ..... 

Franklin County Agricultural Society, 

Hampshire Agricultural Society, . 

Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden Agricultura 
Society 

Highland Agricultural Society, . 

Hillside Agricultural Society, 

Hingham Agricultural and Horticultural Society 

Housatonic Agricultural Society, . 

Marshfield Agricultural and Horticultural Society, 

Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society, 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, . 

Middlesex North Agricultural Society, 

Middlesex South Agricultural Society, 

Nantucket Agricultural Society, . 

Oxford Agricultural Society, 

Plymouth County Agricultural Society, 

Amounts carried forward. 



•600 00 
600 00 
518 10 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 

600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
200 00 



•12,718 10 



•17,466 23 



•17,466 23 



226 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



ExpeMMS W^T 1»04 IM »«t«ll. 



Detail ld4. 



AoBicuLTURAL SOCIETIES— Cotichided, 



— r 



Amounts brought fortoard, 

Spencer Farmers' and Mechanios' Association, 
Union Agricultural and Horticultural Society, 
Weymouth Agricultural and Industrial Society, 
Worcester Agricultural Society, . 
Worcester East Agricultural Society, . 
Worcester Northwest Agricultural and Mechan- 
ical Society, 

Worcester South Asricultural Society, 
Worcester County West Agricultural Society, 



•12,718 10 

eoooo 
eoooo 

600 00 
600 00 
600 00 

600 00 
600 00 
600 00 



DETAIL No. 194. 

State Dairy Bureau. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 89, sects. 11-18; Acts 1904, chap. 65.] 



Mbmbk&b' SbBTI€B8 akd Expbnsbb. 

CD. Richardson : — 
Services, . 
Expenses, 

J. M. Danforth : — 
Services, . 
Expenses, 

H. E.Paige: — 
Services, . 
Expenses, 



$80 00 
92 56 


S80 00 
84 94 


$70 00 
64 42 



$172 66 



114 94 



134 42 



BXBCUTITB OfFICBR. 

P. M. Harwood, .... 



Inspectors : — 
Services, . 

Expenses, 



Expbnsbb. 



$1,576 76 
2,475 98 



Analysis of butter, 
Laboratory supplies. 
Lectures, .... 

Postage, 

Printing 1,500 copies annual report, 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Sundries, .... 
Telephone and telegrams, 
Travelling exx>en8e8, 
Witness fees, .... 



$4,052 68 

1,060 00 

481 73 

180 46 

50 60 

61 68 

.34 30 

66 62 

80 13 

529 99 

60 00 



$421 92 
1,200 00 



6,678 06 



Amount carried forward ^ 



$17,466 23 



17,618 10 



8,200 00 



$43,184 33 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



227 



Statement V. 



Eje9«mms fl»r I MM iB I»etAll. DETAILS 195, 196. 



DBTAIL No. 106. 

State Nursert Inspectors. 

[Acts 1902, chap. 4d5; 1904, chap. 66.] 



Amount brought forward^ 

Inspector. 
H. F. Fernald : «— 

Servioes, .... 
Expenses, 



$176 00 
151 30 



Dbputub. 
£. A. Back : — 

Services, 9117 60 

Expenses, 106 37 



H. M. Bnssell : — 

Services 9115 00 

Expenses, 106 58 



H. E. Hodgklss: — 
Services, . 
Expenses, 



926 00 
23 37 




DETAIL No. 106. 

Cattle Bureau. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 90; Acts 1902, chap. 116; 1906, chap. 882; 1904, 

chap. 56.] 



Austin Peters, 



S. N. Rogers, . 



Ghibf. 
Clbrk. 



EXTKRMnrATION OF DiSKASBB AMONG CaTTLB. 

Agents : — 

Services, . 916,641 99 

Expenses, 8,166 96 

$24,708 96 

Apparatus, 42 38 

Care of cattle, 90 00 

Damages, cattle killed by order of the 
chief of the Bureau : — 

Diseased, 

Not diseased, . 

Disinfecting stalls, etc., 
Ear tags and punckes, 
Expressage and freight, 
Guinea pigs, etc., . 
Horses, . 

Killing and burying. 
Labor, . 

Laboratory supplies. 
Postage, 

Amounts carried fonoardy 



\ 


131,941 63 




1,757 60 


33,699 03 


33 20 


• 






499 50 

139 77 

168 50 

100 00 

71 20 

49 30 

. • 165 38 

379 64 



$1,800 00 
1,200 00 



$3,000 00 



$43,184 33 



818 12 



$44,002 46 



228 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Exp«BBe« A»r IMM In Detadl. 



Detail 197. 



Cattle Bureau — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Printing, .... 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Stenoffraphers, typewriters, etc., 
Snn dries. 

Telephone and telegrams, 
Tests for glanders, etc., 
Thermometers, 
Trayelling expenses, 
Tuberculin, mallein, etc., 



•853 14 

268 88 

1,829 A5 

89 2ff 

69 79 

1,499 78 

82 18 

686 41 

343 69 



$3,000 00 



66,768 62 



DBTAIL N9. 107. 

Compensation of Inspectors of Animals. 

[Rovleed Laws, chap. 90, sect. 14; Acts 1904, chap. 47.] 



Paid to the several towns specified, for compensation of in^ 
spectors of animals, as follows : — 



Bourne, . 

Brewster, 

Chatham, 

Dennis, . 

Eastham, 

Harwich, 

Mash pee, 

Orleans, . 

Provincetown 

Sandwich, 

Truro, . 

Wellfleet, 

Yarmouth, 



Barnstablb County. 



$12 60 
17 60 
20 00 
28 46 

9 30 
26 00 

7 60 
20 63 
16 00 
16 60 
12 60 
12 60 
37 38 



Bbbkbhibk County. 



Alford, . 

Becket. . 

Cheshire, 

Clarkshurg, . 

Egremont, 

Florida, . 

Hancock, 

Hinsdale, 

Lanesborough, 

Lee, 



Monterey, 

Mount Washington, 

New Ashford, 

New Marlborough, 

Otis, 

Peru, 

Sandisfield, . 

Savoi 



'9y» • 
Sheffield, 

Tyringham, 

Washington, 



$12 60 
16 60 
16 83 

20 00 
16 00 
26 00 

10 00 
12 60 

11 60 
100 00 

16 00 

3 00 

16 00 

12 86 
18 06 

7 50 
32 00 
12 00 

21 26 
10 00 

6 00 



Amounts carried forward. 



944,002 46 



68,768 62 



$112,770 97 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



229 



Statement V. 



Bjcp«MSM fbr 1»«4 iH »«tell. 



Detail 197. 



Compensation of Inspectors of Animals — Continued. 



Amounts hnrnghtforvsardy 

West Stookbridge, 
Windsor 



Acoshnet, 

Berkley, 

Dighton, 

Freetown, 

Mansfield, 

Norton, . 

Baynham, 

Behoboth, 

Seekonk, 

Somerset, 

Swansea, 

Westport, 



Ghilmark, 
Cottage City, . 
Edgartown, . 
Gay Head, 
Gosnold, 
Tisbury, 
West Tisbury, 



Boxford, 

Essex, . 

Georgetown, 

Groveland, 

Lynnfield, 

Merrimac, 

Middleton, 

Newbury, 

Bowley, . 

Salisbury, 

Topsfield, 

West Newbnry, 



Bristol Couhtt. 



DuKBB County. 



Ebbsz County. 



Fhanklin County. 

Ashfield, 

BemardstOD, 

Buck land, 

Charlemont, 

Colrain, 

Conway, 

Deerfield, 

Irving, 

Gill 

Hawley, 

Heath, 

Leverett, 

Leyden, 

Monroe, 

Northfield, 

New Salem, 

Bowe, 

Shelbnme, 

Shutesbory, 

Amounts carried forward , 



$11 60 
13 55 



$60 00 
13 10 

19 60 

20 50 
37 60 
25 60 
16 00 

60 00 

61 00 
18 16 
32 60 
67 29 



$12 60 
12 60 
66 60 

8 00 
10 00 
12 60 

7 87 



$13 60 
12 60 

12 73 

13 00 

14 86 
25 00 
17 60 
20 00 
12 60 
36 00 
16 60 

15 12 



$26 90 
40 00 
18 00 
18 00 
.33 60 
60 00 

10 60 
9 76 
9 60 
900 

11 00 
15 00 

12 75 
5 63 

26 75 
18 76 
12 00 
28 25 
7 30 



$234 77 



416 53 



410 04 



119 87 



206 31 



$1,389 62 



$112,770 97 



$112,770 97 



230 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ejqpense* A»r 1904 In Detail. 



Deta.il 197. 



Compensation of Inspectors of Animala — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Sunderland, $18 80 

Warwick, 9 76 

Wendell 13 26 

Whately, 6 26 

Hahvdbn County. 

Agawam $26 76 

Blandford 16 00 

Brimfield, 10 60 

Chester, 16 80 

East Longmeadow, .... 6 76 

Granyllle, 23 37 

Hampden, 10 00 

Holland, 7 60 

Longmeadow, ...... 8 63 

Ludlow, 14 78 

Monson, 13 62 

Montgomery, 6 17 

Russell, 9 60 

Southwlck, 17 60 

Tolland, 16 00 

Wales 13 60 

Wilbraham 21 62 

Hampbhirb County. 

Belchertown, $46 60 

Chesterfield, 12 76 

Cummington, 10 26 

Enfield 13 13 

Goshen, 7 60 

Granby 22 14 

Greenwich 6 00 

Hadley, 23 68 

Hatfield, 33 60 

Huntington, 16 97 

Middlefield 6 60 

Pelham, 11 00 

Plainfield, 13 43 

Prescott 6 60 

South Hadley, 21 60 

Southampton, 23 75 

Westhampton 6 26 

Williamsburg, 21 02 

Worthington 13 «lv 

MiDDLBBSx County. 

Acton, $33 15 

Ashby 28 60 

Ashland, 26 00 

Ayer, 50 00 

Bedford 68 00 

Billerica, 219 44 

Boxborough 12 76 

Burlington, 62 60 

Carlisle 27 38 

Dracut, 160 00 

Dunstable 16 00 

Holliston 26 37 

Hopkinton, 77 66 

Lincoln, 24 62 

Amo^ints carried forward ^ .... 



$1,389 62 



410 73 



238 89 



314 18 



$2,348 32 



$112,770 97 



$112,770 97 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



231 



Statement V. 



Bzpenaes fl»r 1904 In I»eteiU. 



Detail 197. 



. Compensation of Inspectors of Animals — CorUinued. 



Amounts brought forvoard. 



Littleton, 

North Biding, 

Pepperell, 

Sherborn, 

Shirley, . 

Stow, 

Sndbury, 

Tewksbniy, 

Townsend, 

Tynesborough, 

Wayland, 

Westford, • 

Wilmington, 



$62 50 
37 60 
34 25 

17 48 

18 15 
25 00 
21 65 
45 68 
48 00 
17 37 
75 00 
30 00 
25 00 



NoBvoiiS County. 



Avon, 

Bellingham, 

Dover, 

Foxborough, 

Holbrook, 

Medfield, 

Medway, 

Millis. 

Norlolk, 

Randolph, 

Sharon, 

Westwood, 

Wrentham, 

Pltmouth Gountt. 

Carver, 

Duxbnrv, 

East Bnagewater, .... 

Halifax 

Hanover, 

Hanson, ..... 

Kingston, 

Lakeville, 

Marion, 

Marshfleld, 

Mattapoisett, 

Norwell, 

Pembroke, 

Plympton, 

Rochester, 

West Bridgewater, 



$30 00 
40 50 
50 00 
75 00 
23 12 
50 00 
50 00 
;^0 00 
37 50 
50 00 
62 50 
50 00 
66 87 



$13 06 
35 00 
75 00 

10 00 
54 00 

11 25 
50 00 
20 00 

25 00 
19 12 

ar 60 

17 00 
29 76 

26 09 
4 25 

62 50 



Wo&CBBTBB County. 
Ashbomham, .... 
Anbom, ..... 

Barre, 

Berlin 

Bolton, 

Boylston, 

Brookfield, 

Charlton, 

Dana, 

Douglas, 

Dudley, ...... 

Grafton, 

AmouTUs carried forward. 



$66 60 
10 00 
50 00 
12 00 

35 83 
25 80 
21 65 
as 60 

10 00 

36 13 

11 60 
20 93 



$2,348 32 



1,277 84 



615 49 



489 52 



$112,770 97 



$4,731 17 



$112,770 97 



232 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



BxpesMB fl»r 1904 in Detoll. 



Detail 198. 



Compensation of Inspectors of Animals — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward 

Hardwick $70 00 

Harvard 18 55 

Holden 23 00 

Hubbardston, 25 00 

Leicester 11 20 

Lunenburg 42 38 

Mendon, 16 26 

Millbury, • 47 00 

New Braintree, 25 00 

North Brookfield, 75 00 

Northborough, 37 50 

Oakham 12 00 

Oxford, 16 50 

Paxton, 13 12 

Petersham 50 00 

Princeton, 2;) 25 

Bovalston 27 22 

Phillipston 10 00 

Rutland, 53 50 

Shrewsbury 29 80 

Southborough 125 00 

Sterling, 32 40 

Sturbridge, 18 75 

Sutton 22 73 

Templeton, 55 50 

Upton. . . . . 25 25 

Oxbridge 53 12 

Warren, ..!.... 60 62 

West Boylston 14 00 

West Brookfield, 39 97 

Westminster 34 36 



DBTAIL No. 198. 

State Forester. 

[Acts 1904, chAps. 409 and 461.] 



Statb Forbstbr. 
Alfred Akerman, .... 



EXPBNSBS. 

Apparatus, instruments, tools, etc 
Clerical assistance. 
Forest seeds, .... 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Sundries, .... 
Travelling expenses. 



Amount carried forward, 



S72 85 

212 13 

71 90 

163 48 

92 39 

79 61 



•4,731 17 



1,431 80 




$112,770 97 



6.162 97 



1,466 56 



$120,400 50 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



233 



Statement V. 



IM« fl»r 1904 In D«teU. DETAILS 199, 200. 



DBTAIIi No. 199. 

Massachusetts Aobigultural College. 



Amount brought forward, . . . . 

SCHOLAB0HIP8. 

[Acta 1904, chaps. 16, 414 and 461] 

Paid treasurer of the colIegOi .... 

Instruction, btc 
[Acta 1904, chapa. 14, 414 and 461.] 

Paid treasurer of the college, .... 
Maintbnancb, including Labor Fund. 

[AcU 1904, chaps. 16, 414 and 461.] 
Paid treasurer of the college, .... 

Maintbnancb of Hbating Plant. 

[Acta 1904, chap. 16.] 
Paid treasurer of the college, .... 

Maintbnancb of Dining Hall. 

[AcU 1904, chap. 16.] 
Paid treasurer of the college, ^ . . . . 

Maintbnancb of Ybtbrinart Laboratory. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 16.] 
Paid treasurer of the college, .... 

Trustbbs' Traybl and Ezpbnsbs. 

[AcU 1904, chapa. 16 and 66.] 

J. Draper $62 69 

H. H. Goodell, 61 24 

C. A. Gleason, 41 84 

W. B. Sessions, 40 08 

W. H. Bowker 38 70 

M. I. Wheeler 32 49 

G. H. Preston, 31 85 

B. W. Wood 28 83 

N. I. Bowditoh, 24 60 

G. H. Ellis 24 68 

S. G. Damon, 21 00 

£. D. Howe, 17 68 

J. H. Demond, 12 74 

W. Wheeler 11 80 

Printing Trustbbs' Bbport. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 66.] 
6,000 copies 



916,000 00 



13,000 00 



10,000 00 



600 00 



500 00 



1,000 00 



DETAIL No. aOO. 

Agricultural Experiment Station. 

[Acts 1904, chaps. lA, 414 and 461.] 



Paid treasurer of the college, 
^mot<n^ carried forward. 



$120,400 60 



460 62 
860 36 



41,300 87 



10,600 00 



$172,201 37 



234 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



BxpeuBM fl»r 1904 In Detell. DETAILS 201, 202. 



DBTAIIj No. 201. 

Analysis of Concentrated Commercial Feed Stuffs. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 67, sect 20; Acts 1908, chap. 122; 1904, chaps. 16 and 332.] 



AmouTU brought fortoard. 



Colleoting samples and analyzing same under the direction of 
the direotor of the Hatch Bxperiment Station of the Maasa- 
chuaetts Agrionltnial College, 



DBTAIIi No. 202. 

Expenses in Connection with the Foot and Mouth 

Disease. 

[Res. 1904, chaps. 17 and 28; Acts 1904, chaps. 190 and 816.] 



Paid for animals slaughtered by order of the Board, . 
Total agricultural expenses, 19M, .... 



$172,201 S7 



3,000 00 



1,891 78 



$176,693 16 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



235 



Statement V. 



BxpeBMs fl»r 1»04 in Detail. 



Detail 203. 



CHARITABLE. 



State Board of Charity. 

DBTAIIi No. a08. 

Expenses of Board, etc. 

[Revised Laws, chap. S7; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chap. 58.] 



Glbbx. 
John D. Wells $2,700 00 

Henry G. Prentiss, . 91,800 00 

Louisa 8. Eolb, 784 18 

Snsie O'Loughlln, . . 600 00 



BXPXKSBS. 

Trayel of members of Board, S630 84 

Postage, expressage, etc., 471 00 

Printing, . . 490 78 

Stationery, etc 271 95 

Pnblioations, .... 81 45 
Expenses of delegates to Na- 
tional Conference of Chari- 
ties, 56 69 

Miscellaneous, 85 87 



3,184 18 



2,028 68 



Printing Bkport. 
2,000 copies, 1,769 66 



DiYisiON OF Adult Poor. 

[HerlMd Laws, ehap. 84, sect. 3; Acta 1904, chap. 79.] 

Superintendent. 
Joshua F. Lewis, $3,000 00 



Clerks, 



GeorKC B. Tufts, . 
Charles A. Coloord, 
Willard D. Tripp, . 
W. J. Hlnchclfffe, 
Edward F. Morgan, 
Thomas M. Doane, 
Harry H. Pray, 
Henry H. Fairbanks, 
Joseph W. Proctor, 
Bemdt F. Heurlin, 
Hubert O. Moore, . 
William Hopewell, 
William Healey, . 
Annie A. McBride, 
Bobina A. Morison, 
Frank W. Goodhue, 



Amount carried forward^ 



S2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,391 94 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,170 68 

1,000 00 

910 &3 

900 00 

900 00 

800 00 



99,682 32 



$9,682 32 



236 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. kx»«wm« fl»r i—a m Detail. Detail 203. 


Expenses of Board — Continued. 


Aynount brought forward 


1 • • • • 


$9,682 82 




Louis R. Lipp, 


. $80000 






Emma T. Cornish, 


80000 






Annette E. Barnes, 


733 33 






Justine D. Ferris, . 


700 00 






Harry G. Taft, 


700 00 






John W . Henderson, 


610 M 






Elizabeth C. Finney, . 


60000 






Emma 8. White, . 


MO 32 






Benjamin W. Peck, 
William W. Henderson, 


39666 






278 61 






John M. G. Murphy, 


64 02 






Frank G. Smith, . 


49 29 






J^mes H. Lewis, . 


30 00 








^^Oftt 1 V 




Travel and Contingenl 


I Expen^aes, 
. $893 06 






William Hopewell, 






Harry H. Pray, 


888 71 






Edward F. Morgan, 
Berndt F. Heurlin, 


858 93 






827 66 






Hubert 0. Moore, . 


769 55 






Louis R. Lipp, 
Willard D. Tripp, . 


626 08 






566 72 






Joseph W. Proctor, 


660 75 






Joshua F. Lewis, . 


475 66 






William Healey, . 


29548 






W. J. Hinchcliffe, 


293 47 






Harry G. Talt. 


219 66 






John W. Henderson, . 


138 85 






Benjamin W. Peck, 


86 40 






James H. Lewis, . 


34 27 






John M. G. Murphy, 


26 70 






Emma S. White, . 


22 51 






Assistance, .... 


513 67 






Miscellaneous, 


107 60 

Q 17Q R1 








0,Xlt> OX 






Office Exper 
Stationery and office supplies 


lees. 






, $791 08 






Printing: and binding, . 


436 40 






Telephone and telegraph, 
Publications, .... 


429 01 
276 61 






Postage, 


200 00 






Extra clerical service, . 


100 10 






Expenses of delegates to Na- 








tional Conference of Chari- 








ties, • • . . • 


71 18 






Miscellaneous, 


000 tut 














39,988 89 










DmsiON OF Mnro 


B Wards. 






[Revised Lawa, chap. 84; A 


ctt 1904, chap. 79.] 






Superintend 


lent. 






William P. Derby, 


. $3,000 00 






Clerks. 








Bertha VV . Jacobs, 


$1,750 00 






Sarah M. Crawford, 


1,760 00 






Edwin F. Cummings, . 


1,500 00 






Frederick A. Burt, 


1,600 00 






Thomas P. Bagley, 


1,400 00 






Mary S. Beale, 


1,400 00 
.... 






Amount carried forward^ 


$49,671 21 


J 



1905.] 



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237 



Statement V. exp< 


>»■«• Ar 1904 In Deteil. DETAIL 203. 

• 


Expenses of Board — Concluded. 


Amount brought forward 


1 « • ■ ■ 


$49,671 21 




Frederick G. Soatbmayd, 


. $1,400 00 






6. Frederick Davis, 


. 1,400 00 






Edward W. Bowker, . 




1,400 00 






Nathan Coe, . 




1,200 00 






David Walker, 




1,200 00 


« 




Henry L. Gardner, 




. 1,200 00 






William W. Foster, 




. 1,200 00 






Albert A. Carlton, 




. 1,200 00 






Arthur E. Kewcoxnb, 




1,000 00 






Annie F. Merrill, . 




900 00 






Alice A. Page, 
E. Mabel Tyler, . 
Lilla D.Baker, 




900 00 








800 00 








800 00 






Georgiana C. Faden, 




800 00 






Catherine A. Chisholm, 




745 16 






Ellen L. Lynch, 




708 33 






Mary A. Perrault, . 






700 00 






Florence Faden, 






700 00 






Mary E. Cady, 






700 00 






Jennie L. Harris, 






663 98 






Lucy B. Hancock, 






641 66 






Mary F. Mooney, 






600 00 




' 


Mary E. Weston, . 






600 00 






Geraldine 8. Jones, 




60000 






Winifred A. Keneran, . 




600 00 






Florence M. Carpenter, . 




600 00 






Catherine E. Smith, 




600 00 






Ethel H. Curtice, . 




600 00 






Edith T. Blsbee, . 




600 00 






Mary T. Dwyer, 
Emma W. Kelley, 
Joseph P. Mclntire, 




672 68 








620 44 








4J1 11 






Katherine A. Dwyer, . 




408 73 






Mary J. Klocker, . 




328 33 






Eliza M. Smith, . 




227 42 






Alice M. Bolles, . 




211 29 






Ellen L. Crafts, 




78 33 






Ellen T. Ryan, 




60 00 






John W. Hurley, . 




15 00 






Joseph W. Grautstuck, 


1 1 


8 74 








9,^ 1Q1 10 








%fOt fM,Ol. XV 




Office Expenses m 
Printing and binding, . 


%d Travel, 






$1,312 05 






Postage, telephone, telegrams 


1 






and express, 


764 36 






Stationery and office supplies 


540 66 






Expenses of delegates to Na- 
tional Conference of Chari- 














ties, 


107 26 






Miscellaneous, 


87 81 






William P. Derby, travel, . 


95 88 






Assistance, .... 


92 00 

o nnn Of) 








d/ffJOO i^J 








43,191 00 










Auxiliary Vi 


8ITOR8. 






[RevUed Laws, chap. 84, sect. Z 


; Acts 1904, chap. 79.] 






Travel and other expenses of 


visitors, . 

• • . . 


1,280 39 


$94,142 60 




■ • • 


Amount carriec 


l/oru 


mrd. 


$94,142 60 



J 



238 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



EjcpeBAM ftor 1904 In I»«»t«ll. 



'Detail 204. 



DBTAIIj No. 204. 

Sundry Pauper Expenses. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 84; Acts 1904, cbaps. 79, SOS and 461.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



' Tbaksportatioh. 

[Reviled Laws, chap. 84, sect. 8; chap. 86, sect. 9.] 

Paupers* travel $7,439 81 

Officers' expenses, 1.726 41 

Gratuities, 1,096 75 

To State Hospital 732 42 

Food and lodginsf. 403 62 

Carriage hire and ezpressage, . 322 52 

Assistance, 286 82 

Rent, 200 01 

Telephone^and telegrams, . 87 42 

Probation officers' expenses, . . 63 15 

Sundry incidentals, .... 14 80 



Indigent and Nbglbctbd Childbbn. 

[Revised Laws,* chap. 88, sect. 90; chap. 86, sect. 17; Acts 1904, 
^ chap. 79 ] 

Travel and board of wards, . . $144,445 41 

Clothing, 44,497 47 

Medicine and medical attendance, . 5,811 15 

Assistance, 985 68 

Miscellaneous 991 25 

Postage, telephone, telegrams and ex- 
press, 832 47 

Instruction, 439 85 

Travelling bags 341 85 

Advertising, 162 00 

Burials, 119 00 

School supplies, 49 90 



Travel o/Affents 
H. L. Gardner, 
Nathan Coe, . 
W. W. Foster, 
David Walker, 
G. F. Davis, . 
Florence M. Carpenter, 
Mary F. Mooney, . 
Arthur E. Newcomb, 
Mary E. Weston, . 
Catherine B. Smith, 
Albert A. Carlton, 
Geraldine S. Jones, 
F. G. Southmayd, . 
Mary T. Dwyer, . 
M. a. Beale, . 
M. A. Perrault, 
Edith T. Bisbee, . 
T. P. Bagley, 
Florence Faden, 
E. M. Tyler, . 
Jennie Li. Harris, . 
Lucy B. Hancock, . 
E. W. Bowker, 
Eliza M. Smith, . 

A mounts carried forward^ 



$993 68 
835 42 
810 07 
773 92 
752 56 
734 64 
703 63 
&37 59 
633 57 
547 38 
610 66 
505 13 
469 09 
445 23 
412 33 
269 53 
266 50 
234 85 
227 45 
174 90 
168 01 
129 14 
103 53 
94 79 



$12,363 73 



198,466 $3 



$210,829 66 



$94,142 60 




1905.] 



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239 



Statement V. 



BxpeBM* ftor 1904 In JDetall. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Ethel H. Gortioe, $58 00 

Winifred A. Keneran 43 72 

B. W. Jacobs 7 01 

EZPBH8B8 OF GONTAGIOUB DI8BABBB. 

Agawam, $S4 97 

Beverly, 134 90 

Boston City Hospital, .... 6,623 00 

Boston Board of Health, . 7,222 86 

Braintree, 74 90 

Brockton, 448 03 

Brookline, 388 03 

Cambridge 1,188 41 

Chelsea 327 01 

Dighton, 6 00 

Easthampton, 53 60 

Everett, 2,656 82 

Fitchburg, . . 288 21 

Harwich 1,208 62 

Lawrence, 388 39 

Lee, 130 30 

Lowell, 407 88 

Lynn 26144 

Maiden 26 43 

Mansfield, 603 79 

Marblehead, 46 00 

Marshfield 289 81 

Medford, 66 67 

Melrose 126 27 

Methuen, 79 18 

Millis 62 00 

Monroe, 303 93 

Monson, 18 13 

New Bedford 10 00 

Newton, 886 73 

North Adams, 1,176 42 

Palmer, 96 61 

Pittsfield 266 77 

Revere, 66 42 

Salem, 16 66 

Springfield, 320 04 

Taunton 280 06 

Watertown 62 14 

Westfield, 79 71 

Worcester, 1,770 06 

Land at Harwich for leper colony, 1,609 97 

Expenses leper colony, .... 144 68 

TumoM OF Childbbh bt Statb Board of 

Ghabitt. 

[ReTiscd Lawi, chap. 44, aect. 4; Acta 1904, chap. 79.] 
Paid sundry cities and towns 

Support bt Citibs and Towns. 

[Keyiaed Lawt, chap. 8S; Acta 1904, chap. 79.] 
Paid to the following-named cities and towns: — 

Acushnet, $3 11 

Adams, 816 69 

Agawam, 7 76 

Amherst, 29 61 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$210,829 66 



11,632 23 



29,953 38 



23.664 74 



$276,869 96 



$94,142 60 



$94,142 60 



240 



AUDITORS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statemeitt v. 



BJcpoBMs fl»r 1904 in DetftU. 



Detail S04. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Continued. 



P 
P 
Dept. 



, City Hmpital, 
Carney Hospital, 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Ashland, 

Athol, . 

Attleborough, 

Becket, . 

Bedford, 

Belchertown, 

Berlin, . 

Beverly, 

Blackstone, 

Boston O. of 

Boston O. of 

Boston Inst. 

Boston O. of 

Bourne, . 

Brewster, 

Brockton, 

Brookfield, 

Brookline, 

Cambridge, 

Carver, . 

Charlexnont, 

Chelsea, . 

Chicopee, 

Clinton, . 

Dalton, . 

Dedham, 

Dighton, 

Doufflas, 

Dnxbury, 

Easthampton, 

Easton, . 

Everett, . 

Fairhaven, 

Fall River, 

Fitchborg, 

Florida, 

Foxborongh, 

Framinglutm, 

Franklin, 

Gardner, 

Georgetown, 

Gloncester, 

Grafton, . 

Granby, . 

Great Barrlngton 

Greenfield, 

Groton, . 

Hadley, . 

Hampden, 

Hanson, . 

Hard wick, 

Harwich, 

Hatfield, 

Haverhill, 

Hingham, 

Holden, . 

Holland, 

Hoi yoke, 

Hopedale, 

Hndson, 



S21 60 

354 97 

187 64 

74 36 

62 00 

86 00 

2 00 
286 14 

62 62 

14,270 31 

161 43 

2,219 41 

2,329 74 

3 00 
104 00 

270 78 
72 46 

346 71 
668 16 

39 00 
168 04 
168 66 
166 31 

94 71 
163 09 

61 32 
69 00 

4 60 
17 00 
39 20 
90 63 

111 16 

34 63 

3,261 31 

469 01 

166 60 

77 12 

147 86 

4 00 

271 64 
21 38 

316 82 
206 00 

19 08 

20 00 
20 00 
71 13 
17 80 

6 50 

8 00 
348 21 

62 25 
60 00 

722 95 

33 07 

29 01 

36 90 

1,610 74 

9 08 
86 00 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$275,869 96 



$276,869 96 



$94,142 60 



$9*,142 



1905.] 



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241 



Statement V. 



Kxpenftes ftor 1904 in Detell. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Caniinued. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Lawience, 92,176 00 

Leicester, 103 74 

Littleton 15 60 

Lowell, 755 46 

LanenbuTg, 5 95 

Lynn, 666 44 

Lynnfield, 10 00 

Maiden 674 04 

Manchester, 26 00 

Mansfield, 123 91 

Marblehead, 42 00 

Marion, 6 00 

Marlborough 86 93 

Mattapoisett, 37 71 

Maynard, 34 90 

Medfield, 86 00 

Medford, 386 66 

Medway, 104 29 

Melrose, . 296 89 

Methnen 227 78 

Middleborough, 72 00 

Milford, 76 76 

Millbury 126 78 

Millis, 84 19 

Milton, 11 00 

Monroe 16 00 

Monson, 12 00 

Montague, 128 00 

Nantucket 7 93 

Natick, 79 45 

Needham, 87 72 

New Bedford 1,402 67 

Newbury port 445 26 

Newton, 1,074 43 

Norfolk, 166 80 

North Adams, 1,088 83 

North Brookfield, 3 26 

Northampton 182 40 

Northbridge, 58 30 

Norton, 121 07 

Orange, 45 02 

Palmer 69 00 

Peabody, 234 15 

Pembroke 104 00 

Pepperell 137 06 

Petersham, 29 10 

Pittsfield, 496 21 

Plymouth 209 77 

Provincetown, 62 55 

Quincy 245 76 

Randolph, 249 43 

Beading, 84 89 

Revere 104 43 

Rockport, 28 13 

Bowe, 12 00 

Rowley, 17 14 

Royalston, 24 00 

Salem, 2,606 98 

Seekonk, 12 00 

Sharon, 1 54 

Amounts carried forward^ .... 



9275,86^ 96 



$276,869 96 



$94,142 60 



$94,142 60 



242 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



■••• ftor 1904 In Det«U. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Continued, 



Amounts brought /onoard, 

Sbelbmne, 

Sherborn, 

Somerville, 

Southbiidge, 

South wick, 

Spencer, 

Springfield, 

Sterling, 

Stonebam, 

Stoughton, 

Starbridge, 

Sutton, . 

Taunton, 

Templeton, 

Tewksbury, 

Townsend, 

Tyngsborougb 

Upton, . 

Uxbridge, 

Wakefield, 

Wales, . 

Waltham, 

Ware, . 

Warehaxn, 

Warren, 

Watertown, 

Webster, 

West Boylston, 

West Springfield, 

West StockDridge, 

Westfield, 

Westport, 

Weymoutb, 

Whitman, 

Wilbraham, 

Williamstown, 

Winchendon, 

Winchester, . 

Wobum, 

Worcester, 

Worcester City Hospital, 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Burial of Statb Paupbrs 
Agawam, 
Amesbury, 
Arlington, 
Athol, . 
Attleborough, 
Barnstable, 
Barre, . 
Becket, . 
Bedford, 
Belmont, 
Beverly, 
Blackstone, 
Boston O. of P., 
Bourne, . 
Brockton, 
Brookline, 

Amounts carried forward ^ 



$29 00 
6 67 

569 68 
26 25 
42 00 

12 00 
2,663 62 

26 00 
121 76 

63 29 
96 60 

27 00 
185 31 
190 77 

46 64 
1 00 

6 38 
14 76 

83 26 
16 40 
62 00 

110 41 

169 67 

87 00 

84 94 
279 64 

13 00 
900 

18 60 

23 60 
130 62 
169 36 
324 46 

85 86 
1 00 

189 46 
3 75 

7 90 

24 64 
168 44 

7,232 26 
13 76 



$20 00 
32 00 
68 00 
8 00 
30 00 
12 00 
16 00 
30 00 
600 
16 00 
26 00 
25 00 
1,260 46 
SO 00 
40 00 
28 00 



$276,869 96 



69,999 79 



$335,869 76 



$94,142 60 



$91,142 60 



1905.] 



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243 



Statement V. 



fl»r 1904 in Detail. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — CmUinued. 



Amounts brouffht forward, .... 

Cambridge S294 68 

Canton, 16 00 

Caryer, 16 00 

Chatham, 16 00 

Chelaea, 29 60 

Chicopee, SI 00 

Clinton, 40 00 

Dedham, 6 00 

Douglas, 26 00 

Dracnt, 10 00 

Dudley, 23 00 

Easthampton, 15 00 

Fairhaven ^00 

Fall River, 239 60 

Fitchbnrg 117 00 

Fozborough, 16 00 

Framingham, 60 00 

Gardner, 96 00 

Gloucester, 30 00 

Goshen, 16 00 

Great Barrington 16 00 

Greenfield, 16 00 

Hampden, 15 00 

Hard wick 15 00 

Harwich, ...... 9 60 

Hatfield 15 00 

Haverhill, 30 00 

Holden, 16 00 

Holvoke, 228 00 

Hull, 3 60 

Kingston 16 00 

Lawrence, 446 00 

Leominster, 16 00 

Lexington, 16 00 

Lowell, 180 00 

Lynn, 206 00 

Maiden, 80 00 

Mansfield, 45 00 

Marblehead 16 00 

Marlborough, 6 00 

Maynard, 76 00 

Medfield, 16 00 

Melrose, 30 00 

Mendon, 16 00 

Methuen, 26 00 

Milford, 16 00 

Millbury, 46 00 

Millis 16 00 

Natick, 16 00 

Needham 22 00 

New Bedford, 962 00 

Newburyport, 60 00 

Newton, 76 00 

North Adams, 140 00 

Northampton, 60 00 

Northbridge, 16 00 

Orange 26 00 

Pahner, 27 00 

Pembroke, 15 00 

Pittsfield, 180 00 

Amounts carried forward 



9336,869 76 



$336,869 75 



$94,142 60 



$94,142160 



244 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Exp«nfte» Ar 1 904 in I»«iall. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper ^xpevses — Continued. 



Amounts brought fortoard, .... 

Plymouth, $25 00 

ProviDcetown, 75 00 

Quincy, 80 00 

Beading, 15 00 

Revere, 10 00 

Rochester, 15 00 

Rockport, 16 00 

Rutland 15 00 

Salem, 24 00 

Shelbume 15 00 

Shirley, 15 00 

Somerset, 10 00 

Somerville, 67 00 

Southbridse 36 50 

Springfield 240 00 

Stockbridge, 16 00 

Sutton, 25 00 

Taunton, 60 00 

Tisburv, 15 00 

Uxbridge, .... 10 00 

Waltham, 20 00 

Wareham, 30 00 

Warren 35 00 

Watertown, 25 00 

Webster, 8 00 

West Boylston, 5 00 

West Springfield 17 60 

Westport, 14 50 

Weymouth 30 00 

Wilbraham 15 00 

Williamstown, 19 00 

Winchendon, 40 00 

Winthrop 15 00 

Woburn, 25 00 

Worcester, 435 00 

Yarmouth, 15 00 

Temporabt Aid to State Paupers. 

Abington, 924 43 

Adams 128 60 

Amherst, 44 00 

Athol, 68 00 

Attleborough 68 61 

Barre, 7 30 

Belmont 69 22 

Beverly, 681 19 

Blackstone i:^ 43 

Boston O. ol P., 4,543 77 

Bourne, 3 00 

Brimfield, 11 57 

Brockton 179 60 

Brookfield 141 37 

Brookline, 416 90 

Cambridge 279 85 

Chatham 9 60 

Chelsea 1,061 60 

Chicopee, 38 63 

Clinton, . * 10 85 

Dalton, 61 00 

Danvers, 20 60 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$335,869 75 



$94,142 60 



7,499 63 



$343,369 38 $94,142 60 



1905.] 



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245 



Statbment v. 



naes fl»r 1904 in ]>et«ll. 



Detail 204. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Continued, 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Dartmouth $12 73 

Dennis, 48 87 

Doaglas, 176 83 

DracQt 18 43 

Easthampton, 63 50 

Brving, 31 Ifi 

Everett, 643 38 

Fairhayen, 8 50 

Fall Eiver, 1,516 61 

Fitchburg, 340 63 

Foxborongh 14 98 

Franklin, 7 19 

Gardner 289 91 

Georgetown 91 76 

Gloucester, 119 17 

Grafton 104 00 

Great Barrington 50 49 

Greenfield, 51 05 

Hardwiok, 6 06 

Harwich, 8 20 

Haverhill, 889 70 

Holvoke, 1,126 75 

Hudson, 2 63 

Hull 21 00 

Ipswich, 16 50 

I^ncaster, 162 42 

Lawrence, 2,860 11 

Lee, 18 20 

Leominster, 303 46 

Longmeadow, 3 85 

Lowell, 925 61 

Lvnn 1,092 39 

Maiden, 261 30 

Manchester, 26 00 

Marlborough 112 00 

Maynard, 25 63 

Medford, 249 98 

Medway, 27 20 

Melrose, 219 99 

Merrimac, 29 80 

Methuen, 120 39 

Middleborough 120 61 

Milford, 115 50 

Millbury, 9 00 

Millis, 20 00 

Milton 56 20 

Montague, 5 00 

Natick, 147 60 

Needham, 38 30 

New Bedford, 832 90 

Newton, 604 77 

North Adams, 146 32 

Northampton, 218 68 

Northbridge, 76 00 

Norwell« 9 00 

Norwood, 134 00 

Orange, 95 35 

Oxford, 11 00 

Palmer, 65 90 

Peabody, 94 24 

Amounts carried forward 



$343,369 38 



$348,369 38 



$94,142 60 



$94,142 60 



246 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



JBzpenseB fl»r 1904 in JDetell. 



Detail SOI 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward 

Pittsfield, S266 61 

Plymouth, 173 79 

ProvincetowD, 18 00 

Quincy 27 42 

Randolph 28 06 

BAynham, 9 38 

Beading 36 02 

Revere, 9 86 

Rochester, 1 00 

Rockland, 69 12 

Rockport 19 60 

Rowley 13 73 

Salem 1,094 70 

Salisbury 29 81 

Sandwich 78 39 

Saugns, 64 00 

Sharon, 4 60 

Shirley 36 00 

Somerville 433 06 

South Hadlev 24 60 

South borough, 12 76 

Southbridge, 93 84 

Southwick, 6 62 

Sprinffiaeld, . .662 91 

Stoughton, 64 06 

Sturbridge 17 40 

Sutton 44 08 

Swampscott, 6 67 

Taunton 206 86 

Templeton, 27 00 

Tewkabury, 80 13 

Upton, 7 39 

Wakefield 3 26 

Walpole, 6 00 

Waltham, 320 72 

Ware, 64 62 

Wareham, 6 60 

Warren, 1 69 

Webster 142 67 

Wellesley 114 30 

West Springfield, 9 03 

Westborough, 36 00 

Westfleld 3 26 

Westford, 4 72 

Weymouth, 326 00 

Wilbraham, 6 00 

Winchendon 19 88 

Winchester, 66 02 

Wobum 302 84 

Worcester, 1,161 26 

Paupers' travel 936 43 

Officers' travel, . . 10110 

Carriage and express, paupers, 91 74 

Assistance, 66 23 

Food and lodging, paupers, . . . 32 23 

Miscellaneous, 9 76 

Support and Transportation of Infants. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 83, sect. 20; Acte 1904, ehap. 79 ] 
Travel and board of wards, . . J49,038 44 

Clothing, and making same, . . 3,061 73 

Amounts carried forward^ .... 



•343,809 38 



30,000 00 



9373,369 38 



$94,142 60 



$94,142 fiO 



lilOo.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



247 



Statement V. 



Expense* iter 1»«4 In Detail. 



Details 205, 206. 



Sundry Pauper Expenses — Concluded. 



Amounts brought fonr a nJ, 

Medical attendance and medicine, 
Officers' travel, . . . . , 
Assistance at nursery, , . . , 
Bnrial expenses, .... 

Assistance, 

Rent of nnrsery, 

Supplies at nursery, . . . . 
Postage, expressage, telephone, tele- 
grams, etc., 

Aavertising, 

Miscellaneous 



92,462 68 
1,631 79 
809 10 
496 40 
331 25 
264 00 
232 08 

132 63 

116 10 

66 88 



9373,369 38 



994,142 60 



68,632 98 



DETAIL No. 206. 

Investigation relative to Deformed and Crippled 

Persons. 

[Res. UI03, chap. 96; Acts 1903, chap. 485.] 



Printing, 
Clerical service, 



941 85 
26 00 



432,002 36 



66 36 



State Board of Insanity. 

DETAIL No. 206. 

Expenses of Board, etc. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87; Acts 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chap. 68.] 



EzBCUTiVB Officer. 



Owen Copp, 

Clerks 
Lowell F. Wentworth, 
John £. Fish, 
Francis B. Gardner, 
Benjamin F. Ward, 
Fred A. Hewey, . 
Sarah Chapman, . 
Mabel G. Gragg, . 
Ella Heal, 
Rebecca J. Greene, 
Nellie F. Ball, 
Clara L. Fitch, 
Maude F. Free thy, 
Randolph V. King, 
Edith A. Stevens, . 
Adam D. Smith, . 



. 96,000 00 



92,749 99 

1,800 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

1.100 00 

960 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

570 00 

600 00 

667 13 

238 71 



130 00 

14,296 83 

Tbatbl and Contingent 
Expenses. 
Officers* travel, . . 91.936 23 

Printing 657 28 

Travel of members of Board, 260 62 



Amount carried forward^ 



9626,211 31 



248 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bsp«Ba«« ter 1»«4 In Detail. 



Detail 206. 



Expenses of Board — Continued. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Postage, express, telephone 

and telegrams, . . $518 49 

Stationery and office sapplies, 903 79 

Publications, . . 198 26 

Miscellaneous, 68 02 



Transfobtation. 
Patients' trayelling expenses, $6,682 66 
Officers' ** *' 2,034 66 

Assistance, .... 1,287 39 
Miscellaneous, . 103 84 



S4,532 68 



Boarded Out. 
Board, .... 925,466 62 
Medicine and medical attend- 
ance, 156 80 

Clothing, 347 06 

Burial 60 00 

Miscellaneous, ... 3 05 



10,108 44 



2,000 copies. 



Printinq Report. 



26,032 
757 



02 
17 



Board of Ihbanb in Gitt or Town 
Almshouses. 

[Act! 190B, chap. 400; 1904, chap. £8.] 
Paid the following-named cities and towns: — 



Acton, 

Agawam, 

Andover, 

Ashland, 

Athol, . 

Belchertown, . 

Berlin, . 

Brimfield, 

Brockton, 

Buckland, 

Charlton, 

Chicopee, 

Easthampton, 

Fairhaven, 

Fall River, . 

Fitchburg, 

Georgetown, . 

Gloucester, 

Groton, . 

Haverhill, 

Hingham, 

Holliston, 

Holyoke, 

Hubbardston, 

Ipswich, 

Lancaster, 

Lawrence, 

Leominster, 

Lowell, . 

Lynn, . 

Marlborough, 

Medway, 

Middleborough, 

Monson, . 



$11 21^ 
16 00 

195 20 
7 60 

132 00 
4160 
20 00 
14 40 
1,213 80 
50 40 

25 20 
68 80 
24 40 
48 40 

215 20 

682 80 
46 80 
28 00 
42 40 

911 20 

80 80 

3 20 

4,865 40 

31 20 

40 80 

86 40 

6,272 60 

76 00 

162 00 

26 40 
16 80 
50 00 

224 00 
64 80 



960,726 14 



$526,211.31 



Amounts carried forward, 



$60,726 14 $526,211 31 



1905.] 



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249 



Statbmcnt v. 



ter l*** IM Detail. 



Details 207, 208. 



Expenses op Board — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward ^ 


« 


• t 


960,726 14 


9626,211 31 


Nantucket $180 00 






Natick, . 










48 40 






New Bedford, 










151 60 






Newburyport, 










164 80 






Northampton, 
Northbriage, . 










&39 dO 














600 






North Brookfield, . 










22 40 






North Beading, 










24 40 






Palmer, . 










72 00 






Fittsfield, . . 










. 1,009 00 






Salem, . 










658 00 






Seekonk, 










27 20 






Sheffield, 










28 40 






Somerset, 










242 40 






Spencer, 










448 20 






Springfield, . 










. 11,487 60 






Sutton, . 










33 60 






Waltham, 










44 80 






Watertown, . 










182 40 






Wellesley, 










10 40 






Westborough, 










274 00 






Westford, 










49 20 






Westminster, 










27 60 






Worcester, 










, 14,59:{ 60 






Worthlngton, 










67 80 










46,653 70 








BOABD OF InSANB IN BOSTON InSANB HOSPITAL. 






[ Acts 1900, chap. 451 ; 1904, chap. 68.] 






Sundry patients. 


64,564 60 




Hospital Gottagbs fok Children. 






[Rrriaed Laws, chap. 87, wet 136; AcU 1904, chap 58.] 






Paid for board and care of inmates. 


6,316 72 


178,161 06 






DBTAIIi No. 207. 






Spfx'ial Allowance. 






[Res. 1904, chap. 78; Acts 1904, chap. 407. 


1 




• 

Stockbridge, 


736 69 


DETAIL No, 208. 






MASSACHUSErrs Charitable Eye and Ear 


Infirmary. 




[Res. 1904, chap. 74; Acta 1904, chap. 407. 


] 




Paid its treasurer, 


• » • 


30,000 00 


ArMunt carried forward^ .... 


• • • 


$736,109 06 



250 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



BxpensM ter 1M4 1m Detail. DkTAILS 209, 210. 



DETAIL No. aOO. 

Annuities. 

[Arts 1904, chaps. 88, 190, 407 and 461.] 



Amount brought forward^ 



Amounts paid on Account of Army Sbrticb 
George Hayes, Res. 1874, chap. 83, 
George C. Backnam, Res. 18y4, chap. 8.S, 
Alfred F. Howland, Res. 1876, chap. 14, 
Lavioia Cook, Res. 1886, chap. 41, 
Patrick Dnxmmey, Res. 1889, chap. 62, . 
Fanny Ross, Res. 1891, chap. 34, . 
Joanna L. Cox, Res. 1892, chap. 8, 
Mary E. Daniels, Res. 1893, chap. 41, . 
Nancy Ellen Bessom, Res. 1901, chap. 34, 
Patrick Layhee, Res. 1901, chap. .35, 
Mary Hannah Clark, Res. 1901, chap. 36, 
William E. Coffin, Res. 1901, chap. 37, . 

MiSCBLLANBOUS PaTMKNTS. 

Margaret McDonald, Res. 1892, chap. 102, 
Margaret Murphy, Res. 1893, chap. 13, . 
Patrick Buckley. Res. lfK)3, chap. 13, . 
Ella Raymond, Res. 1902, chap. 22, 
Harry W. Welch, Res. 1896, chap. 64, . 
Lavinia A. Barbour, Res. 1896, cnap. 10, 
George O. Bent,* Res. 1902, chap. 41, . 
Elijah S. Darling, Res. 1898, chap. 21, . 
Frank L. Garland, Res. 1899, chap. 6, . 
Samuel Hillman, Res. 1902, chap. 26, . 
John O'Neil, Res. 1899, chap. 77, . 
Levi G. Perry, Res. 1900, chap. 89, 
Ellen Ford, Res. 1902, chap. 13, . 
Patience F. Clinton, Res. 1902, chap. 40, 
Martha Reese Grant, Res. 1902, chap. 72, 
Wilma D. Bent, Res. 1904, chap. 18, 
Roxanna N. Wilford, Res. 1904, chap. 65, 
Bertha M. Guenther, Res. 1904, chap. 89, 



DETAIL No. 2IO. 

Pensions. 

[Art8l904, chap. 23.] 



Lewis A. Horton, Res. 1869, chap. 83, . 
William F. Jordan, Res. 1870, chap. 64, 
Henry F. Hale, Res. 1873, chap. 6:^, 



Ahiount carried forward^ 



9100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

72 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

48 00 

72 00 

72 00 

72 00 

72 00 



100 00 
200 00 
360 00 

:{00 00 

300 00 
200 00 

71 66 
600 00 
600 00 
360 00 
200 00 
."^OO 00 
600 00 
200 00 
120 16 
150 00 

72 00 
96 00 



9100 00 
180 00 
240 00 



9736,109 06 



6,937 82 



620 00 



9741,666 88 



I Ralanec dae in 1903. 



1906.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



251 



Statement V. 



iter 1904 IM ]»9tell. 



Detail 211. 



DETAIL No. 211. 

Reimbursement of Towns for Support of Insane. 

[ActB 1908, chap. 8.] 



Amount brought forward ^ 



Blandford, 

Charlemont, 

Chesterfield, 

Clarksburg, 

Eastham, 

Monroe, . 



Amoant carried forward to page 282, 



9167 60 
64 07 
27 60 
690 M 
21 36 
36 80 



9741,566 88 



907 97 



9742,474 85 



252 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



pesMft iter ■••4 IM Detoll. 



Detail 212. 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 



DETAIL No. 212. 

Danvers Insane Hospital. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 137 and 188; Acts 1904, chap. 73.] 



Sal ABIES, Wages and La bob. 

Medical Service, 
Charles W. Page, superintendent and 

physician S3,000 00 

H. w . Mitchell, senior assistant physi- 

clan, 

Henry A. Cotton, assistant physician, . 
Earle B. Bessey, " " 

Henry M. Swift, assistant physician, to 

September 30, 

Louis Hoae, assistant physician, . 
Albert M. Barrett, pathologist, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



I 



1,500 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

600 03 

400 00 

1,600 00 

2,476 78 



Ward SertnoR, 
Jewett B. Sweetser, supervisor, . 
Elvira K. Bailey, 

Margaret A. McMartin, assistant super- 
visor, 

All others, as per pay roll, . 



3800 00 
720 00 

430 00 
29,238 72 



General Administration. 

Warren A. Merrill, clerk and treasurer, $1,200 00 

John N. Lacey, steward, . 1,200 00 
George W. Tibbetts, chief engineer, 

from March 1, 1,125 00 

Edwin W. Carter, assistant engineer, . 696 00 

James Brown, fireman, .... 420 00 

All others, as per pay roll, . 17,022 03 



it 



Repairs and Improvements. 
Gtoorge W. G-ordon, carpenter, 
Edwin L. Duncan, 
Ulric Mailly, 
Charles J. Brown, 
John H. Bumsville, 
John W. Jewett, mason , 
George E. Smith, '* 
Frank Everett, painter, 
William H. Cook, blacksmith. 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farmt Stable and Grounds. 
Junius C. Wing, farmer, . 
Edwin G. Bachelor, " . . . 
Ettore Tassanari, florist. 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



Amount carried forward ^ 



9805 42 
697 96 
696 78 
611 10 
537 25 
866 80 
866 20 
620 00 
747 50 

4,746 42 



91,000 00 

590 00 

660 00 

6,801 39 



911,476 81 



31,178 72 



21,663 03 



11,184 42 



9,061 39 



984,654 37 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



253 



Statement V. 



Ejcp^MMft ter 1—4 In DetjUl. 



Detail 212. 



Danyers Insane Hosfital— CoTUintced. 



Amount brought forward, .... 

Food. 

Batter, 37,706 44 

Beans, 2,136 46 

Bread and crackers, .... 573 21 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc , . . . 1,649 38 

Cheese, 961 16 

Eggs, 2,295 37 

Flour, 12,369 25 

Fish 2,865 19 

Fruit, 2,133 19 

Meats, 15,642 97 

Milk, 42 90 

Molasses 909 97 

Sugar 3,064 06 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 1,669 25 

Vegetables 3,079 93 

Sundries, 1,038 69 

Clothing and Clothing Material. 
Boots, shoes and rubbers, . . $1,643 99 

Clothine 5,124 01 

Dry gooas for clothing and small wares, 1,122 53 

Famishing goods, 876 08 

Hats and caps 171 71 

Leather and shoe findings, . . 141 83 

FUBNISHINGS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . . $5,362 65 

Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 461 75 

Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 1,248 17 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 1,399 88 

Furniture and upholstery, . . . 2,030 11 

Kitchen furnishings, .... 785 66 

Woodenware, buckets, pails, etc., . 509 17 

Sundries, 62 48 

Hbat, Light and Power. 

Coal $14,781 55 

Oil 913 45 

Bbpaibs and Improtembnts. 

Bricks, $375 25 

Cement, lime and plaster, 489 79 

Doors, sashes, etc., 73 64 

Electrical work and supplies, 1,190 86 

Hardware, etc 1,518 79 

Lumber, 8,149 63 

Machinery, etc., 194 55 

Faints, oils, glass, etc 2,381 91 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 7,127 03 

Roofing and materials, .... 293 97 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay 

roll, 839 77 

Sundries, 665 97 

Fabh, Stable and Grounds. 
Blacksmith and supplies, . $470 17 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, 812 57 

Fertilizers, Tines, seeds, etc., 2,517 02 

Hay, grain, etc., 9,453 80 

Amount carried forward , .... 



$84,554 37 



68,017 42 



9,080 15 



11,849 77 



15,695 00 



23,301 09 



$202,497 80 



254 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



MM* fl»r 1—4 In Detoll. 



Detail 213. 



Danvers Insane Hospital — Concluded. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Harness and repairs, 
Live stock : — 

Cows, .... 

Horses, . . . . 

Misoellaneoos, 
Labor (not on pay roll), 
Tools, farm machines, etc., . 
Sandries, . . . . 



$466 60 

2,236 00 

1,256 00 

827 60 

100 46 

765 10 

1.747 »7 



MlBCBLLANBOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc.. 

Chapel services and entertainments, 

Freight, expressage and transportation, 

Fnneral expenses, 

Gratuities 

Hose, etc., 

Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 

Postage, 

Printing and printing supplies. 

Return of runaways 

Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies. 
School books and school supplies, 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone ana telegraph, 

Tobacco, 

Water, 



91,071 28 

664 33 

3,953 39 

69 88 

304 90 

9ffli 05 

4,448 64 

102 25 

374 50 

232 70 

84 45 

1,924 62 

675 81 

76 20 

614 79 

245 13 

1,004 62 

873 27 



9202,497 80 



20,652 68 



17,552 81 



$240,703 29 



Paid from appropriation. 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



$216,266 97 

805 39 

. 23,630 93 



$240,703 29 



DETAIL No. 218. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and 

Inebriates. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 128; Acts 1904, chap, las.] 



Salaries, Waqbs and Labor. 

Medical Service. 
Charles B. Woodbury, sui>erintendent 

and physician, $2,500 00 

Albert C, Eames, physical director, 1,000 00 

All other medical assistants, as per pay 

roll, 1,584 73 



Ward Service, 
James Fitzpatricls, attendant, 
All others, as per pay roll, 



Atnounts carried forward^ 



$.360 00 
4,734 55 



$5,084 73 



5,094 55 



$10,179 28 



$216,266 97 



$216,266 97 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



255 



Statsmbnt v. 



Bxpenseft iter IMA In Detail. 



Detail 213. 



Massachusetts Hospital for Depsomanlacs and Inebriates— 

Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

'General Administration. 
£. W. Hobbfl, engineer, 
Margaret Fitzpamck, cook, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Famit Stable and Grounds. 
S. W. Ghlsam, farmer, . . . . 
AH others, as per pay roll, . 



$799 96 

4S5 00 

4,560 69 



H02 60 
8i2 70 



Food. 

Batter and batterine, .... $1,141 16 

Beans, 173 72 

Bread and crackers, .... 34 19 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc 222 98 

Cheese, 88 60 

Eggs 176 90 

Flour, . . . 1,673 65 

Fish, 610 35 

Fruit 441 32 

Meats 2,190 23 

Molasses, 311 42 

Sugar, . . . . . 622 22 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 199 76 

Vegetables, 239 86 

Sundries, 683 48 

Clothikg and Clothing Matb&ial. 
Boots, shoes and rubbers. 

Clothing, 

Dry goc^s for clothing and small wares, 

Hats and caps, 

Leather and shoe findings, . 
Sundries, 

FUBVISHINGS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 
Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc.. 
Furniture and upholstery. 

Kitchen furnishings 

Wooden ware, liuckets, palls, etc.. 
Sundries, 



JAL. 
$468 66 


403 47 


86 20 


24 75 


106 31 


360 


$K» 65 


26 83 


262 66 


300 49 


148 30 


61 63 


68 40 


192 93 



Hbat, Light akd Poweb. 

Coal $4,110 68 

Oil 988 74 

Sundries 100 64 



Bbpaibs and Imfbotbments. 

Bricks, $.39 00 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 56 67 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 11 00 

Electrical work and supplies, . 823 57 

Hardware, etc., 414 13 

Lumber, 436 73 

Machinery, etc., 464 42 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., . . . . 602 23 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 78 73 

Amounts carried forward ^ .... 



$10,179 28 



5,836 65 



1,246 20 



8,708 02 



1,081 88 



1,883 89 



$216,266 97 



5,199 96 



$34,133 88 



$216,266 97 



256 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r ■••4 In Detail. 



Detail 214. 



Massachusetts Hospital for Dfpsomaniacs and Inebriates — 

Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Roofing and materials, .... 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 
Sundries, ....... 



910 50 
692 78 
:^160 



Fa&u, Stable and Gbounds. 

Blacksmith and supplies, $302 21 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, 158 44 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., 842 66 

Hay, grain, etc., 3,412 08 

Harness and repairs 281 44 

Live stock, miscellaneous, . 66 84 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 341 25 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . . 174 71 

Sundries, . . . . 340 69 



MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc.. 

Chapel services and entertainments. 

Freight, ezpressage and transportation. 

Gratuities, 

Ice, 

Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 

Postage, 

Printing and printing suppliefi, 
Return of runaways, .... 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone and telegraph. 

Tobacco, 

Water, 

Sundries, 



$229 57 
340 85 

2,275 02 
343 17 
293 70 
311 36 
661 78 
66 90 
419 22 
300 53 

1,031 79 
381 9-6 
135 56 
557 79 
555 38 
229 95 

1,000 00 
314 64 



Paid from appropriation. 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



$22,418 00 

, 26,463 83 

4,632 77 



^u^fijSjS oo 



4,011 36 



5,920 22 



9,449 14 



$53,614 60 



$53,514 60 



DBTAIL No. 214. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and 
Inebriates — Industries. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 103.] 



ExpBysBS. 
Frank Picard, services, . 
John B. Fisher, '* 
Broom com, .... 
Broom handles, 
Twine, etc., .... 



Amounts carried forward ^ 



$780 00 
33 54 

1,192 60 
782 00 
303 68 



$3,091 72 



$216,266 97 



22,418_00 



$238,684 97 



1905.] 



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257 



Statement V. 



Expenses fbr 1904 in Detail. 



Detail 215. 



Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and Inebriates — 

Industries — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 



Wire, . 
Sundries, 



DETAIL No. 216. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics. 

[Revieed Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 138; Acts 1904, chap. 83.] 



Sala&isb, Waqbs and Labor. 

Medical Service. 

Everett Flood, snperinteDdent and 
physician, $3,000 00 

Morgan B. Hodskins, assistant physi- 
cian, 1,200 00 

Arthur O. Morton, assistant physician, 1,200 00 

Ban som A. Greene, ** 

All others, as per pay roll, . 



«« 



716 63 
210 81 



Ward Servioe. 
Edwin S. Manwarring, sapervisor, 
Fannie Gronin, '* 

Emma S. M. McKeever, ** 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
Charles F. Simonds, steward, 
George B. Bates, engineer, . 
Frank L. Bailey, assistant engineer, . 
Lillian M. Kincaid, olerk, . 
Charles B. Fiske, treasurer, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvements. 
Edward McDonnell, painter, 
Henry Bronillette, carpenter, 
I. Brooks, 
J. H. Davis, 
Fred J. Brown, 
All others, as per pay roll, 

Farm, Stable and Grounds, 
J. W. Williams, farmer. 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Food. 
Butter and butterine, . . . . 

Beans, 

Bread and crackers, . . . . 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc., 

Cheese, 



$413 36 

304 55 

227 20 

12,441 36 



»( 



ii 



II 



•QQQ QO 

937*79 917 

999 99 
593 55 
600 00 
300 00 
9,221 07 



$614 00 

476 25 
464 25 
463 00 
451 50 
360 33 



$999 99 
4,877 32 



. $3,477 69 

30 82 

290 90 

693 66 

52 57 

Eggs, 1,510 00 

Flour, 2,570 61 

Fish, 1,058 03 

Fruit, 1,483 07 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$6,327 44 



13,386 46 



12,714 60 



2,829 33 



6,877 31 



$41,135 14 



$238,684 97 




3,390 66 



$242,076 63 



258 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



ExpCBMs ter 1904 in ]>«t«ll. 



Detail 215. 



Massachusetts Hospital fob Epileptics — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward t .... 

Meats ^,426 66 

Milk, 2 76 

Molasses, 362 3i 

Sugar, 1,328 25 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 316 95 

Vegetables, 1,661 09 

Sundries 643 66 



CliOTH^NG AND ClOTHINQ MATEBIAL. 

Boots, shoes and rubbers, . . $189 16 

Glothine 1,183 31 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 1,779 87 
"" ' . . 60 89 

690 63 
68 



Hats and caps. 

Leather and shoe findings, 

Sundries, 



Furnishings. 
Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., . 
Carpets, ruffs, etc., 
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery. 
Kitchen fumishiUKS, 
Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc., 
Sundries, 



Coal, 

Blectricity, 

G-as, 

Oil, 

Sundries, 



Heat, Light and Powbb. 



$2,287 72 

132 00 
494 12 
622 44 
929 77 
336 69 
107 03 

133 90 



912,990 02 

468 71 

291 69 

110 48 

18 76 



Repairs and Impbotembntb. 

Bricks, $112 60 

Cement, lime and plaster, . . . 436 40 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 242 48 

Blectrical work and supplies, 347 40 

Elevators, 100 00 

Hardware, etc., 728 82 

Lumber, 1,263 37 

Machinery, etc., 268 63 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 1,192 98 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 3,062 76 

Roofing and materials, .... 134 93 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay 

roll), 386 73 

Sundries, 184 08 



Farm, Stable and G-boundb. 

Blacksmith and supplies, $414 67 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . . 369 69 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . . 669 92 

Hay, grain, etc., 3,687 94 

Harness and repairs, .... 166 26 
Live stock : — 

Horses, 475 00 

Miscellaneous, .... 17 50 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 311 27 

Rent 26 00 



Amou7its carried forward f 



$41,136 14 



19,908 06 



3,774 44 



4,943 67 



13,869 65 



8,438 97 



$92,069 92 



$242,076 63 



$842,076 63 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. (>. 



259 



Statement V. 



Expenses fbr i9«4 In DetjUl. 



Detail 316. 



Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . 
Sundries 



MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc., 
Chapel services and entertainments, 
Freight, expressage and transportation 
Funeral expenses, .... 

Hose, etc 

xce, .*••.. 

Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) 

Postaee, 

Printing annual report, 
Printing and printing supplies, 
Return of runaways, 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
School books and school supplies, . 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone ana telegraph, 

Tobacco, 

tv aier, •■■..• 
Sundries 



S422 50 
160 05 



$379 31 

720 :^6 

1,280 53 

76 00 

608 66 

1 74 

279 .'58 

2.678 62 

35 00 

277 74 

181 24 

66 46 

34 63 

634 61 

384 99 

6 14 

695 19 

402 81 

338 68 

841 91 

624 49 



992,069 92 



6,507 69 



10,338 48 
9108,916 09 



Paid from appropriation. 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1906, 



978,794 92 
. 18,676 90 
. 11,544 27 



9108,916 09 



DETAIL No. 216. 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 128; Acts 1904, chap. 80.] 



Salabibs, Wagbs and La bob. 

Medical Service, 
Walter £. Fernald, superintendent and 

physician 93,600 00 

George L. Wallace, assistant physician, 1,700 04 
Joseph H. Ladd, " " 999 67 

All others, as per pay roll, . . 676 10 

Ward Service. 
Edward O'Brien, supervisor, 
Clara McPhee, matron, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Genera! Administration. 
Oscar H. Holmes, engineer, . 
William J. Kewer, baker, 
Augusta Damrell, matron, . 



Amounts carried forward. 



9440 00 

370 00 

19,667 67 



96,976 81 



20,377 67 



9910 00 
864 00 
600 00 



927,r«3 48 



9242,075 63 



78,794 92 



9320,870 45 



2<)0 



AUDITOirS RKPORT. 



[Jan . 



Statemknt V. 



Expenses fl»r 1904 in Detnll. 



Detail 216. 



Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded — Cow^im^ed. 



Amounts brought forward 

Jjouella C. Tainter, bookkeeper, . $600 00 

Clara B. Ellis, iDStrucior in physical 

. . BOO 00 

495 00 

. 16,090 79 



trainine, 
George M. Smith, bandmaster, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Rppairs and Improvement a, 
H. Delano, mason, . . . . 

James R. Logan, carpenter, . 
Daniel Hayden, steam fitter, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farm^ Stable and (irouneh. 
John A. Hedman, foreman, . 
David Smith, farmer, . . . . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Food. 
Batter and butterine, . . . . 

Beans, 

Bread and crackers, . . . . 
Cereals, rice, meal, etc., 

Cheese, 

Eggs. 



$1,277 00 
1,192 00 
1,068 50 
1,512 00 



$600 00 

r>8;i 88 

4,774 61 



$2,916 73 

787 81 

255 71 

1,503 67 

121 21 



ggs, 640 45 

Flour 6,103 43 

Fish, 1,064 77 

Fruit, 713 75 

Meats 7,754 87 

Milk 7,672 78 

Molasses 411 51 

Sugar, 2,528 56 

Tea, coflfee, broma and cocoa, . 473 ^12 

Vegetables, 1,389 84 

Sundries, 8:^ 88 



Clothing and Clothing Material. 

Boots, shoes and rubbers, . . . $1,445 86 

Clothing, 892 30 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 1,491 83 

Furnishing goods, 9;i0 01 

Hats and caps, 159 73 

Leather and shoe findings, . . . 273 07 

Furnishings. 
Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 
Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc.. 
Furniture and upholstery. 
Kitchen fumishlngs, .... 
Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc.. 

Heat, Light and Power. 

Coal, $12,893 70 

Oil ;«1 92 

Sundries 1.30 75 



$2,179 00 


137 00 


313 as 


93 79 


1,571 40 


873 an 


432 14 



Repairs and Improvements. 

Bricks, $1,071 08 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 937 33 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$27,353 48 



20,069 79 



5,049 50 



5,958 49 



35,174 89 



5.1<)2 80 



5,600 31 



13,406 37 



$320,870 45 



$117,795 63 ! $320,870 45 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



261 



Statement V. 



Ezpeiiseft for 1004 In Detoll. 



Detail 216. 



Massachusetts School for the Feeble-minded — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Doors, sashes, etc., . . . . 
Electrical work and supplies, 

Hardware, etc., 

Lumber, 

Machinerv, etc., 

Faints, oils, glass, etc 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 
Boofing and materials, . . . . 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 
Sundries, 



Sll 05 

745 09 

932 77 

814 93 

118 32 

1,806 71 

2,721 47 

782 86 

1,542 63 

19 61 



Fabm, Stable and Grounds. 

Blacksmith and supplies, S787 33 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 469 67 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . 1,641 35 

Hay, grain, etc 6,206 27 

Harness and repairs, .... 209 15 
Live stock : — 

Cows, 40 00 

Horses, 1,013 90 

Miscellaneous, .... 265 26 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . . 1,103 64 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, i>eriodicals, etc., 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Freight, expressage and transportation. 

Funeral expenses 

Gratuities, 

Hose, etc., 

Ice, 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 
Manual training supplies, 

Postage, 

Printmg and printing supplies, 
Betum of runaways, .... 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies. 
School books and school supplies. 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone and telegraph. 

Tobacco, 

Water, 

Sundries, 

Disposal of Sbwaqb. 

[Acts 188S, clup. 83; 1904, chap. 190.] 
City of Waltham, 



$171 86 

567 41 

1,744 32 

125 00 

35 

100 00 

533 27 

84 46 

664 02 

413 00 

208 52 

397 09 

47 38 

35 71 

1,636 62 

666 45 

464 62 

622 74 

778 66 

3 60 

1,729 46 

20 00 



$117,796 63 



$320,870 45 



11,503 85 



10,735 47 



10,714 33 
820 89 



$151,670 17 



Paid from appropriation. 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



Amount carried forward, 



$67,168 89 
70,340 54 
14,060 74 



$151,570 17 



67,168^89 



$388,039 34 



262 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ezpensea A»r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 217. 



DBTAIL No. 217. 

Massachusetts State Sanatorium. 

[Berlsed Laws, chap. 87, secta. 127 and 128, and chap. 88; Acts 1904, chap. 102.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Salariss, Wages ahd Labob. 

MediccU Service, 
Vincent Y. Bowditch, visiting physi- 
cian Sl,600 00 

Herbert C. Clupp, visiting physician, . 1,500 00 
Henry B. Daniiam, assistant physician; 
George N. Lapham, '* 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



II 



999 96 
924 99 
1,803 46 



Ward Service, 
Mary £. Sullivan, nurse, 
Mary V. Butler, '* . . . 

Alberta Flye, " . . . 

All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
Walter J. Marcley, superintendent and 

physician, . ' . 
Mary E. T rasher, matron, 
William F. Moore, chief engineer, 
A. B. Celle, cook, .... 
Charles £. Carroll, bookkeeper, • 
Morris Menges, baker, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Fami, Stable and Grounds 
Frederick H. Drury, farmer, 
Eugene Hunt, teamster, 
Hubert Glaley, coachman, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



$460 00 
420 00 
360 00 

3,228 71 



S2,499 96 

1,200 00 

1,100 04 

1,020 00 

780 00 

690 00 

15,897 82 



$799 92 
432 00 
300 00 

3,320 79 



Food. 

Butter and butterine $3,600 66 

Beans, 83 24 

Bread and crackers 169 16 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc 561 62 

Cheese, 106 86 

Eggs, 6,9.34 80 

Flour, 779 60 

Fish, 974 87 

Fruit, 1,188 14 

Meats, 23,420 62 

Milk 4,845 70 

Molasses 68 66 

Sugar 1,282 73 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 672 61 

Vegetables, 2,628 37 



Sundries, 



2,926 67 



FUBNISHINOS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., . 
Carpets, rugs, etc., 
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery, 
Kitchen furnishings, 

Amounts carried forward. 



$1,624 68 
142 69 
191 23 
690 69 
1,109 91 
681 22 



$6,728 41 



4,468 71 



23,187 82 



4,852 71 



60,131 89 



$388,089 34 



$89,369 64 $388,039 34 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



263 



Statement V. 



Expenses A»r 1004 In l>etall. 



Detail 217. 



Massachusetts State Sanatorium — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Wooden ware, backets, pails, etc.. 
Sundries, 



$79 16 
.319 25 



Hbat, Light and Poweb. 

Coal S6,011 63 

Wood, 273 00 

Electricity, 62 

Oil, 229 06 

Sundries, 480 09 



Befaibs and Iupsotembnts. 

Bricks, $69 06 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 233 95 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 6 65 

Blectrical work and supplies, 448 80 

Hardware, etc 316 .57 

Lumber 768 13 

PaintR, oils, glass, etc., .... 1,033 52 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 462 92 

Roofing and materials, .... .S3 33 

Mechanics and laborers (not on payroll) , 2,674 91 

Sundries, 1,160 04 



Fabm, Stablb and Grounds. 

Blacksmith and supplies, . . $194 10 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 316 35 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . . 973 31 

Hay, grain, etc., 4,067 47 

Harness and repairs, .... 86 15 
Live stock : — 

Cows 734 60 

Horses, 400 00 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 661 76 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . 200 33 

Sundries 224 a3 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc., 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Cuspidor supplies, .... 
Freight, expressage and transportation 
Hose, etc., . . ' . 
Medicines and hospital supplies. . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) 

Postage, 

Printing and printing supplies. 

Rent, Boston ofiice. 

Return of runaways, 

Soap and laundry supplies, . 

Stationery and office supplies, 

Travel and expenses (officials) , . 

Telephone ana telegraph, 

w at er, ...... 

Sundries, 



$39 25 

628 79 

2,153 49 

6,378 92 

11 00 

3,005 17 

18 00 

579 57 

367 95 

950 67 

598 76 

1,236 12 

582 34 

1,553 39 

1,022 59 

1,259 51 

3,165 71 



$89,369 64 



4,838 53 



$388,030 34 



6,999 30 



7,187 88 



7,861 79 



23,540 23 



$139,787 27 



Paid from appropriation, 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



Amount carried forward^ 



$90,000 00 
. 35,566 29 
. 14,220 98 




90,000 00 



$478,039 34 



264 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan< 



Statement V. 



Expanses n»r IINM In Detail. 



Detail 218. 



DETAIL No. 218. 

Medfield Insane Asylum. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, eecta. 127 and 128; Acts 1904, chap. 81.] 



Amount brought forward ^ 

Salabibs, Wages and Labor. 



11 



(i 
li 
11 



Medical Service, 
Bdward French, superintendent and 

phvsician, 

Iiewis M. Walker, assistant physician, 

Helen F. T. Cleaves, 

Ralph S. Wilder, 

G. Allen Trozell, 

Joseph M. Baker, stenographer, 

All others, as per pay roll, . 

Ward Sertnce. 
Amity M. Garden, superintendent of 

nurses, 

Levi C. Taylor, supervisor, 
Emma Mendenhall, " 
P. C. Millhum, assistant supervisor. 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration, 
John B. Ghapin, steward, 
Charles B. Elughes, enp^ineer, 
Hiram Kimball, electrician, . 
John L. Jones, kitchen steward, . 
Charles G. Blaney, treasurer, 

Nellie P. Jones, cook 

All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvements, 
James V. Morang, carpenter, 
D. S. Wheeler, " 

Martin W. Sweeney, painter, 
George W. Galdicott, shoemaker, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farnif Stable and Grounds. 
Leon E. Mayo, farmer, .... 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Food. 
Butter and butterine, .... 

Beans 

Bread and crackers, .... 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc.. 

Cheese, 



$3,000 00 
1,275 00 
913 31 
88;) 83 
733 98 
345 00 
209 03 



$555 00 

540 00 

540 00 

422 27 

30,181 83 



$1,600 00 
i,200 00 
990 04 
600 00 
499 98 
522 00 

25,494 67 



$771 25 
755 00 
655 25 
698 36 

5,323 41 



$720 00 
6,984 74 



. $5,720 70 

420 96 

472 62 

. 1,458 28 

876 58 

Eggs 2,647 12 

Flour, 12,503 06 

Fish, 2,029 77 

Fruit, 1,947 55 

Meats, 22,771 13 

Milk, 2,579 92 

Molasses 172 13 

Sugar 4,336 14 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 2,369 36 

Amounts carried forward 



$478,039 34 



$7,359 65 



32,239 10 



30,806 69 



8,103 27 



7,704 74 



$86,213 45 



$478,039 34 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



265 



Statement V. 



Expenses A»r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 218. 



Medfield Insane Asylum — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward. 

Vegetables, .... 
Sundries, .... 



35,306 47 
3,704 07 



GliOTHING AND GlOTHIVG MATERIAL. 



Boots, shoes and rubbers. 

Clothing, 

Dry ^oods for clothing and small wares, 

Famishing goods, 

Hats and caps, 

Leather and shoe findings, . 
Sundries 

FUBNISHINaS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brashes, brooms, etc., . . . . 
Carpets, rues, etc., .... 
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery, 
Kitchen furnishings, . . . . 
Wooden ware, bu<3:et8, pails, etc.. 
Sundries, 



$2,048 61 
3,782 40 
8,795 25 
407 64 
567 27 
464 19 
448 29 



Coal, 
Electricity, 
Oil, 
Sundries, 



Hbat, Light and Power. 



$3,612 29 

543 70 

776 78 

1,781 76 

1,022 73 

1,121 65 

234 74 

291 31 



$13,120 64 
200 77 
613 24 
123 31 



BbPAIBS and lUPBOyEUENTS. 

Bricks, 

Cement, lime and plaster. 
Doors, sashes, etc., 
Electrical work and supplies, 
Hardware, etc.. 
Lumber, .... 

Machinerv, etc., . 
Paints, oils, glass, etc., . 
Plumbing, steam fitting and suppll 
Roofing and materials, . 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay 
Sundries, .... 



IBS, 

roll). 



$120 00 

231 33 
3 00 

514 02 
1,860 73 
2,219 05 

710 88 

1,505 13 

1,106 34 

70 92 

627 04 
1,083 43 



Farm, Stable and Grounds. 

Blacksmith and supplies, $427 44 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, 981 40 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . 769 98 

Hay, grain, etc., 8,447 51 

Harness and repairs, .... 525 41 
Live stock : — 

Cows 1,167 50 

Horses, 1,092 00 

Labor (not on pay roll) , ... 17 00 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . 187 .38 

Sundries 419 85 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc.. 
Chapel services and entertainments, 
Freight, ezpressage and transportation. 
Funeral expenses, 

Amounts carried fonoard, 



$200 60 
769 65 

6,019 81 
280 00 



$86,213 45 



69,314 86 



16,613 55 



9,.384 96 



14,057 96 



$478,039 34 



10,051 87 



14,035 47 



$219,572 12 



$478,039 34 



266 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Exp«iiB«s A»r 1904 In Oetall. 



Detail 219. 



Medfield Insane Asylum — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward. 



$219,572 12 



Hose, etc., 

Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies,, . 
Medical attendance, nnrses, etc. (extra) 
Postaee, ...... 

Printing and printing supplies, 
Return of runaways, 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
School books and school supplies, . 
Travel and expenses (officials) , 
Telephone ana telegraph, 

Tobacco, 

Water, 

Sundries 



S162 33 
213 60 I 

1,465 W 

135 60 

170 23 

308 13 

17 73 

1,672 03 
419 66 
68 75 
340 40 
3<«J 71 
761 69 
575 13 

2,218 45 



16,185 16 



DETAIL No. 210. 

Northampton Insane Hospital. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 1*28; A<*t8 V.m, chap. 84.] 



Salasibs, Wages and Labor. 

Medical Serf»ioR. 
John A. Houston, superintendent and 

physician S3,000 00 

924 99 

924 99 
862 76 
427 75 



Charles H. Dean, assistant physician, 
Harriett M. Wiley, " 
Arthur B. Moulton, *' 
All others, as per pay roll, 



«< 



«i 



Ward Senyice. 
Robert H. Gallivan, superintendent of 



nurses, 

Ida A. Porter, matron 

Hattie O. Beade, assistant superintend- 
ent of nurses^ . . . . . 

All others, as per pay roll, . 



General Adminuttrotion. 
Lewis F. Babbitt, treasurer, . 
George T. Gilbert, engineer, . 
George N. Drury, steward, . 
Walter D. Newton, assistant engineer, 
C. £. Williams, laundryman, 
All others, as per pay roll, 



Repairs and Improvements. 
S. Belleville, carpenter, 
William G. Nichols, painter, 
Alfred Parenteau, " . 

All others, as per pay roll, . 



$600 00 
499 92 

420 00 
16,310 12 



$1,800 00 

1.100 00 

720 00 

600 00 

540 00 

8,689 77 



$720 00 
720 00 
600 00 

1,943 12 



$6,130 49 



17,830 04 



13,449 77 



3,983 12 



Amounts carried forward. 



$41,.393 42 



$478,039 34 



236,767 28 



$713,806162 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



267 



Statement V. 



Kxpenses ftor 1004 In DetAll. 



Detail 219. 



Northampton Insane Hospital — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

Farm, Stable and Grounds. 
John Meroier, farmer, . . . . 
George W. Thomily, florist, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



Food. 
Batter and batterine, 
Beans, . 

Bread and crackers, 
Cereals, rice, meal, etc., 
Cheese, 

Flour, 

Fish, 

Fralt, 

Meats, 

Milk, 

Molasses 

Sugar, 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa 

Vegetables, 

Sundries, 



$780 00 

699 96 

6,352 36 



$5,997 92 

265 66 

845 63 

877 40 

166 60 

5,548 71 

6,969 43 

2.273 06 

1,807 34 

6,693 73 

823 60 

666 81 

3,662 03 

1,204 12 

1,578 68 

9d2 39 



CliOTHINO AND CLOTHING MATKSIAL. 

Boots, shoes and rubbers, . $816 87 

Clothing, 1,679 19 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 1,926 31 

Furnishing goods 220 94 

Hats and caps, 58 38 

Sundries 37 73 



Furnishings. 
Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., . 
Carpets, rugs, etc.. 
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery. 
Kitchen furnishings. 
Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc., 
Sundries, 



$2,168 16 

157 70 

1,071 60 

575 86 

1,717 14 

476 56 

39 25 

86 67 



Coal, 
Gas, 
Oil, 
Sundries, 



Hbat, Light and Fowbr. 



$15,872 69 
76 19 
169 40 
471 89 



Bbfairs and Iuprotbmbnts. 

Cement, lime and plaster, . $45 00 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 138 96 

Electrical work and supplies, . 1,163 29 

Hardware, etc., 1,313 14 

Lumber, 748 47 

Machinery, etc., 1,277 38 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 1,000 72 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 2,880 27 

Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 627 03 

Sundries, 227 10 



Amounts carried forward, 



$41,393 42 



7,832 32 



40,182 89 



4,739 42 



6,291 94 



16,689 17 



9,411 36 



$126,440 61 



$713,806 62 



$713,806 62 



268 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expenses ft»r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 220. 



Northampton Insane Hospital — Concluded 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Farm, Stable and Grounds. 

Blacksmith and supplies, . $296 52 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 223 66 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . . 1,599 13 

Hay, grain, etc., 7,729 27 

Harness and repairs, .... 186 62 
Live stock : — 

Cows, 1,068 00 

Horses. 30 00 

Miscellaneous, .... 908 00 

Labor (not on pay roll) , ... 10 00 

Rent 92 76 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . . . 311 70 

Sundries, 264 82 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc.. 
Chapel services and entertainments, 
Freight, expressage and transportation, 
Funeral expenses, . . . . . 

Hose, etc. 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . , 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 

Postage, 

Printing and printing supplies, 
Return of runaways, ... 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies. 
School books and school supplies. 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone and telegraph, 

Tobacco, 

Water, 

Sundries, 



$174 88 

861 63 

1,266 04 

16 00 

25 76 

16 25 

1,294 59 

101 00 

328 86 

276 04 

56 14 

1,373 11 

220 96 

23 00 

524 16 

272 62 

691 17 

2,067 24 

1,003 16 



$126,440 51 



Paid from appropriation. 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1906, 



$113,676 43 
. 22,074 39 
. 13,980 64 



$713,806 62 



12,710 47 



10,479 48 



$149,630 46 



$149,630 46 



DETAIL No. 220. 

State Colony for the Insane. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 138; Acts 1904, chap. 82.] 



Salaries, Wages and Labor. 

Medical Service, 
Joseph B. Howland, superintendent and 

physician, $2,600 00 

Charles E. Thompson, assistant super- 
intendent, from November 1, . 200 00 
All others, as per pay roll, . . . 64 84 



Amounts carried forward, 



$2,754 84 



113,575.43 



$2,754 84 



$827,382 05 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



269 



Statement V. 



Expanses f^r 1004 In l>«Um. 



Detail 220. 



State Colony for the Insane — Continued, 



Aitwunts brought forward t 

Ward Service. 
Ellie W. Burnham, attendant, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration, 
George F. Smith, enf^ineer, . 
Florence M. Harrington, matron, . 
All others, as per pay roll, 

Repairs and Improvements. 

Richard N. Card, carpenter, from Au- 
gastl 

Charles H. Hard, carpenter, from De- 
cember 1, 

Farm, Stable and Grounds. 
George A. Sargent, farmer, 
Simon G. Harrington, " 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Food. 
Batter and butterine, .... 

Beans 

Bread and crackers, .... 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc., 

Cheese, 

Eggs, 

Floar, 

Fish 

Fruit, 

Molasses, 

Sugar, 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa. 

Vegetables, 

Sundries, 



$960 00 
815 80 



S908 33 

240 00 

2,827 56 



9300 00 
60 00 



9660 00 
420 00 
540 48 



9251 60 

91 59 

26 87 

149 96 

9 89 

99 

1,136 05 

243 46 

34 43 

1,263 19 

55 %\ 

172 a^ 

145 % 

75 49 

195 77 



Clothing and Clothing Matbkial. 



Boots, shoes and rubbers. 

Clothing, 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 

Furnishing goods, 

Hats and caps, 

Leather and shoe findings, . 
Sundries, 

Furnishings. 
Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 
Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 
Crockeiy, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery. 
Kitchen furnishings, . . . . 
Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc., 
Sundries, 



9603 33 

618 00 

9 01 

314 86 

27 94 

6 10 

13 01 



Coal, 
Gasoline, 



Hkat, Light and Power. 



9407 12 

63 26 
32 22 

204 48 
93 30 

143 50 
15 03 

64 28 



93,279 52 
24 71 



Amounts carried forward, 



92,764 84 



1,175 86 



3,976 88 



360 00 



1,620 48 



3,843 22 



1,692 24 



1,043 19 



9827,382 06 



916,365 70 



9827,382 05 



270 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement V. 



Wsxp<bn»^m A»r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 331. 



State Colony for the Insane — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward. 



Oil, 

Sundries, 



$242 01 
103 81 



Bbpaiks and Impkotbmbntb. 

Bricks, 

Cement, lime and plaster, 
Electrical work and supplies, 

Hardware, etc., 

Lumber, 

Machinerv, etc 

Paints, oils, fclass, etc 

Plumbinj^, steam fitting and supplies, . 
Mechanics and laborers (not on pay 

roll), : 

Sundries, 

Farm, Stablb and Grounds. 
Blacksmith and supplies, 
Carriages, wagons and repairs, 
Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc.. 

Hay, grain, etc 

Harness and repairs. 
Live stock : — 

Horses, .... 

Miscellaneous, 
Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Tools, farm machines, etc., . 
Sundries, .... 



949 28 
64 36 
377 36 
2:^7 19 
227 V^ 
83 :« 
200 3V» 

1,298 as 

642 96 
121 52 



S106 73 

91 35 

499 57 

808 04 

176 06 

462 60 

46 00 

31 24 

245 29 

100 52 



MlBCBLLANBOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc.. 

Chapel services and entertainments. 

Freight, expressage and transportation 

Hose, etc., 

Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) 

Postage, 

Printing and printing supplies, 
Return of runaways. 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
Travel and expenses (officials), . 
Telephone ana telegraph. 
Tobacco, ..... 
Sundries, 



$12 84 

12 50 

355 59 

6 00 

18 00 

282 83 

2 50 

28 00 

38 40 

12 90 

253 ?I0 

139 82 

449 83 

205 22 

121 52 

118 50 



$16,365 70 



3,650 06 



$827,382 06 



3,301 66 



2,567 30 



2,057 75 



27,942 46 



DETAIL No. 22L 

State Hospital. 

[lU'vimnl Laws, chap. 85; ActB 1902, chap. 438; 1904, chap. 118.] 



Salaries, Wages and Labor. 

Mpffical Sprviop. 
John H. Nichols, superintendent and 

physician, $3,000 00 

Ernest B. Emerson, assistant physician, 1.500 00 

Aitwunt carried forward^ .... 



$855,324 51 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



271 



Statement V. 



BjEpen»eB ft»r 1994 lat Detell. 



Detail 221. 



State Hospital — CofUinued. 



Amount brought forward, 



George A. Peiroe, assistant physician, . 
Howard F. Holmes, " " 

All others, as per pay roll, . 

Ward Service. 

Aoffusta C. Robertson, superintendent 
oi nurses, ...... 

Helen A. West, assistant superintend- 
ent of nurses, 

Annie G. Kelley, head nurse, 

All others, as i>er pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
Hiram P. Dinsmore, clerk, . 
Nathan W. Scott, engineer, . 
Thomas Garley, baker, .... 
Herbert G. Comstock, supervisor, 
Daniel J. Scott, electrician, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvements. 
Eugene N. Patterson, carpenter, . 

Farm, Stable and Grounds, 
John B. McDonald, farmer, . 
Frank H. Belcher, gardener, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Food. 

Butter and bntterine 

Beans, 

Bread and crackers, .... 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc., 

Cheese, 

5pK8 

Flour, 

Fish, 

Fruit, 

Meats, 

Milk, 

Molasses, 

Sugar, 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa. 

Vegetables, 

Sundries, 



31,200 00 

dd9 96 

2,122 27 



$720 00 > 

360 00 

420 00 

17,108 47 



$1,416 66 

1,200 00 

760 00 

720 00 

600 00 

11,318 28 



$840 00 

400 00 

4,815 68 



$8,186 74 

1,305 93 

95 69 

1,048 71 

87 07 

2,743 97 

15,.306 36 

2,620 67 

866 21 

15,940 44 

1,020 66 

53;^ 73 

2,732 98 

1,690 32 

2,326 70 

2,792 21 



CLOTHiifa AKD Clothhto Material. 



Boots, shoes and rubbers. 

Clothing, 

Dry go<Kls for clothing and small wares. 

Furnishing goods, 

Hats and caps 

Leather and shoe findings, . 
Sundries, 

FUBNIBHINaB. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 
Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery, 

Amounts carried forward, 



$3,728 11 

4,770 75 

4,432 66 

49 40 

233 12 

333 97 

214 35 



$5,860 83 

560 18 

45 00 

1,236 01 

139 77 



$8,822 28 



18,608 47 



$855,324 51 



16,004 94 
720 00 



5,566 68 



I 



59,147 34 



13,762 26 



$122,620 92 



$866,324 51 



272 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r 19«4 In ]>etiai. 



Detail 221. 



State Hospital — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 

Kitchen farnishinffs, 

Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc., 

Sundries, 



3365 66 
151 90 
192 06 



Goal, 
Oil, 



Hkat, Liqht and Powbk. 



$26,933 61 
710 49 



Rbpaibs and Iupbotbubnts. 

Bricks. $58 26 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 264 86 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 188 60 

Electrical work and supplies, . . 1|291 86 

Hardware, etc 1,482 38 

Lumber, . ... . . 2,886 80 

Machinery, etc., 288 99 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 3,067 01 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 4,071 66 

Roofing and materials, .... 22 97 

Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 1,804 93 

Sundries 6,171 71 



Farm, Stablb akd GaoirNDs. 

Blacksmith and supplies, . $646 07 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 206 05 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., .. . 2,706 67 

Hay, grain, etc., ....'. 6,631 44 

Harness and repairs, .... 282 15 
Live stock : — 

Cows 66 00 

Horses, 200 00 

Miscellaneous, .... 46 00 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 428 44 

Rent, 40 00 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . . . 286 36 

Sundries, 202 62 



MlSCBLLANBOUB. 

Books, periodicals, etc.. 
Chapel services and entertainments, 
Freight, expressage and transportation. 
Funeral expenses, . . . . 

Gratuities, 

Hose, etc., 

Labor (not on pay roll) , . . . 
Medicines and hospital supplies, • 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 

Postage, 

Printing and printing supplies. 
Printing annual report, .... 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
School books and school supplies, 
Travel and expenses (officials) , 
Telephone ana telegraph, 

Tobacco, 

Water 

Sundries, 



Amount carried forward^ 



$198 76 
492 75 

7,439 62 

627 00 

91 25 

408 60 

308 78 

9,406 69 
231 29 
324 41 
888 26 
310 38 
904 31 
270 81 
41 83 
666 42 
367 83 

1,438 85 

2 15 

826 29 



$122,620 92 



8,640 40 



26,644 00 



20,699 91 



10,627 69 



$855,324 61 



26,146 07 



214.177 99 



$1,069,602 60 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



273 



Statement V. 



Ezpenses f^r 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 222. 



DBTAIL No. 222. 

Taunton Insane Hospital. 

[Bevlsed Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 128; Acts 1904, chap. 86.] 



Atnount brought forward 

Salabibs, Wagbs akd Labob. 

Medical Service. 
J. P. Brown, saperintendent and phy- 
sician $3,000 00 

Arthur Y. Goss. assistant physician, l.HOO 00 

Florence H. Abbott, •* *' . 1,()00 00 

All others, as per pay roll, . . 5,740 31 



Ward Sertfice, 
H. M. Seaver, superintendent of nurses, $733 34 



H. E. Atherton, supervisor, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
John Kittredg^e, treasurer, . 
F. W. Boyn ton, clerk, . 
James C. Flynn, engineer, . 
Peter Charlton, fireman, 

A. O. Lutz, baker, 

All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvements 
J. West, mason, .... 

B. G. Cobb, carpenter, . 
B. A. Henry, painter, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farm, Stable and Grounds 
A. A. Southwlck, farmer, 
E. H. Leonard, " 

H. Garstens, florist. 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



540 00 
30,927 98 



$1,200 00 

887 60 

1,0(W M 

498 00 

650 UO 

16,155 35 



$708 00 I 
602 60 
367 60 ' 

2,0:W 00 



I 



$1,000 00 

813 87 

780 00 

9,569 26 



$9,312 91 ' 
758 27 
572 07 
1,381 46 I 
447 36 i 



Food. 

Butter, 

Beans, 

Bread and crackers, 
Cereals, rice, meal, etc.. 

Cheese, 

Eggs 3,178 00 

Flour 6,279 52 

Fish 4,565 57 

Fruit, . 2,179 92 

Lard, 795 .'^ 

Meats, 16.6:^ 66 

Molasses 527 58 

Sugar, 2,702 78 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 2,236 13 

Vegetables, 2,i;]l 74 

Sundries, 888 75 

Clothing and Clothing Matebial. 

Boots, shoes and rubbers, $263 96 

Clothing. 2,615 10 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$1,069,602 60 



$11,640 31 



32,201 32 



19.299 19 



3.606 00 



9,163 13 



63,593 97 



$129,403 92 



$1,069,502 50 



274 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



for 1904 In l>«C«il. 



Detail 222. 



Taunton Insane Uospitaj.-^ Continued, r.-r-^, 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, $1,626 aS 

Furnishing goods, 485 65 

Hats and caps, 167 :i5 

Leather and shoe findings, . 419 91 

Sundries, 415 33 



Furnishings. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . . $5,287 13 

Brushes, brooms, etc., .... .394 68 

Carpets, rum, etc., . . 538 60 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., . 1,181 37 

Furniture and upholstery, . 725 98 

Kitchen furnishings, .... 303 44 

Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc., . 104 85 

Sundries, 773 44 



Coal, 
Wood, . 
Gas, 
Oil, 
Sundries, 



Heat, Light and Power. 



$14,961 72 

182 rws 

3,662 96 
181 29 
555 82 



Repairs and Improvements. 

Bricks, 

Cement, lime and plaster. 
Doors, sashes, etc.. 
Hardware, etc., .... 
Lumber, ..... 

Machinery, etc., .... 
Paints, oils, glass, etc., . . - . 
Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies. 
Roofing and materials, . 



$367 43 
127 10 
330 40 
724 21 

2,666 71 
83 90 

1,122 64 
446 72 
246 82 



Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll), 2,218 11 



Sundries, 



1,194 68 



Farm, Stable and Grounds. 



Blacksmith and supplies, 
Carriages, wagons and repairs, 
Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc.. 
Hay, grain, etc., . 
Harness and repairs. 
Live stock: — 

Cows, 

Horses, . 

Miscellaneous, 
Rent, .... 
Tools, farm machines, etc., 
Sundries, 



$660 00 

602 95 

1,887 50 

13,688 06 

461 51 

2,934 59 
650 00 
613 50 
245 00 
931 63 

1,410 49 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc., 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Freight, ezpressage and transportation, 

Funeral expenses, 

Hose, etc., ...... 

Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 

Pathology, 

Postage 

J mounts carried f one ardf 



$651 36 
680 56 
631 85 
143 66 
108 00 

1,796 08 

65 00 

232 14 

230 84 



$129,403 92 



$1,069,502 60 



5,984 23 



9,309 49 



19,544 44 



9,516 72 



24,085 23 



$197,844 03 



$1,069,502 60 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. G. 



275 



Statement V. 



BjEpensM f^r 1904 la Detail. 



Detail 223. 



Taunton Insane Hospital — Concluded. 



Amounts brought fonoard^ 

Printing and printing sapplies, 
Printing annual reports, 1903 and 1904 
Return of runaways, 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
School books and school supplies, . 
Travel and expenses (officials) , . 
Telephone and telegraph, 
Tobacco, 

Sundries, 



3433 75 

368 31 

70 69 

874 99 

396 41 

192 00 

323 35 

410 01 

790 46 

3,094 47 

2,596 72 



$197,844 03 



13,989 65 



$211,833 68 ! 



Paid from appropriation, 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



$154,860 00 
. 33,040 95 
. 23,932 73 



$211,833 68 



DBTAiii No. aas. 
Westborough Insane Hospital. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 1*28; Acts 1904, chap. 72.] 



8ALABIS8, WaGKS AND LABOR. 

Medical Service. 
George S. Adams, superintendent and 

physician, . 
Henry I. Klopp, assistant physician, 
£. B. Buhrman, " 
Ida J. Brooks, " 

All others, as per pay roll. 






$3,000 00 

1,800 00 

961 65 

986 46 

4,300 81 



Ward Service. 

Lottie H. Miller, supervisor, $885 48 

W. D. Atcheson. " . . 660 00 

Jennie Sanford, nurse, .... 290 32 

All others, as per pay roll, . . . 23,514 94 



Oeneral AdminiMration. 

M. L. Stacy, steward $1,200 00 

F. J. Taylor, engineer, .... 1,200 00 

P. J. Broderick, baker, .... 920 00 

Mabel J. Goddard, clerk, . . . 600 00 

H. L. Davenport, treasurer, . . 462 60 

All others, as per pay roll, . 16,285 10 



$11,048 92 



25,350 74 



Repairs and Impnwemenfs. 
F.J. Richardson, carpenter, . 
N. G. Lundberg, painter, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farnif Stable and (irovmla. 
Everill A. Hersey, farmer, . 
Frederick B. Gleason, gardener, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$438 06 

230 30 

1,319 97 



$988 51 

714 00 

6,747 64 



20,667 60 



1,988 33 



8,450 15 



$1,069,602 60 



$67,505 74 



154,860 00 



$1,224,362 50 



276 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



KzyeiMicB A»r 19#4 la Detail. 



Detail 223. 



Westborough Insane Hospital -—Continued. 



Amounts brought forvjardy .... 

Food. 

Batter S3,a01 47 

Butterine 2,205 91 

Beans 846 82 

Bread and crackers 181 10 

Cereals, rice, meal, etc., . 1,073 92 

Cheese 45 81 

Egg^s 2,299 67 

Flour, 6,075 87 

Fish 2,466 13 

Fruit, 2,270 76 

Meats 13,400 40 

Molasses, 328 09 

Sugar, 2,760 09 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . 2,172 58 

Vegetables, 2,423 76 

Yeast 348 64 

Sundries 1,602 28 

Clothikg and Clothing Matbrial. 

Boots, shoes and rubbers, $879 28 

Clothing, 1,604 89 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 1,620 08 

Furnishing goods, 189 86 

Hats and caps, 31 50 

Leather and shoe findings, . 20 34 

Sundries, 117 98 

Furnishings. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . . $3,567 04 

Brushes, brooms, etc., . 231 88 

Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 219 94 

Crockeiy, glassware, cutlery, etc., 608 02 

Furniture and upholstery, 219 65 

Kitchen furnishings 640 54 

Wooden ware, buckets, palls, etc., 118 38 

Sundries, 674 30 

Hbat, Light and Powbr. 

Coal, $13,983 55 

Gasoline 1,026 30 

Oil 74 74 

Bbpairs and Improybmbnts. 

Bricks, $217 25 

Cement, lime and plaster, 216 25 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 32 80 

Blectri6al work and supplies, 616 02 

Hardware, etc., 325 74 

Lumber, 801 87 

Machinery, etc 2,181 98 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 519 59 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 2,693 68 

Roofing and materials, .... 99 66 

Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 1 ,272 20 

Sundries, 2,273 87 

Farm, Stable and Grounds. 
Blacksmith and supplies, . $125 37 

Bedding 578 89 

Amounts carried forward^ .... 



$67,605 74 > $1,234,.%2 60 



43,800 80 



4,463 93 



6,279 75 



15,084 59 



11,250 81 



$148,885 62 



$1,224,362 60 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6 



277 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r 1904 In l>et«ll. 



Detail 224. 



Westborough Insane Hospital — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

Carriaffes, wagons and repairs, 
Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc. 
Hay, grain, etc., . 
Harness and repairs. 
Live stock : — 

Cows, 

Horses, . 

Miscellaneous, 

Swill 

Tools, farm machines, etc.. 
Sundries, 



$471 60 
830 17 

8,158 58 
189 76 

480 00 
1,000 00 
200 00 
19 60 
279 29 
915 97 



MlBCBLLANBOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc., 

Chajpel services and entertainments. 

Freight, expressage and transportation 

Funeral expenses, . 

Hose, etc., .... 

Medicines and hospital supplies, 

Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) 

Manual training supplies, 

Postase, .... 

Printing and printing supplies. 

Rebate on board, . 

Return of runaways. 

Soap and laundry supplies, . 

Stationery and office supplies, 

School books and school supplies, 

Travel and expenses (officials) , 

Telephone ana telegraph, 

Tobacco, .... 

Water 

Sundries, .... 



$323 44 
586 00 

6,899 14 

320 00 

68 84 

1,265 81 
202 88 
154 08 
420 00 
346 77 
315 14 
84 02 

1,370 28 
666 27 
26 81 
576 72 
395 60 
391 18 
244 63 

1,394 21 



$148,385 62 



13.249 02 



16,049 70 



$177,684 34 



Paid from appropriation, 
Transferred from fund, 1904, 
Transferred from fund, 1905, 



$133,499 30 
. 26.464 75 
. 17,720 29 



$177,684 34 



DETAIL No. 224. 

Worcester Insane Asylum. 

[BeviBed LawB, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 128; Acts 1904, chap. 76.] 



SALARIX8, WAGSB AKD LABOB. 

Medical Service. 
£. V. Scribner, superintendent and 

physician, $1,788 32 

P. C. Bartlett, assistant physician, 1,325 00 

H. L. Stick, " " . 849 99 

All others, as per pay roll, . . 1,296 68 



Amounts carried forward^ 



$5,259 99 



$1,224,362 60 



133,499 30 



$6,269 99 



$1,367,861 80 



278 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Exp«n««« n»r 1004 In I>«tall. 



Detail 224. 



Worcester Insane Asyujm ^ Continued. 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

Ward Service. 
John McRae, supervisor, . 
Oriola S. Boynton, " 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
Forest A. Slater, engineer, . 
Abhie 8. Fay, matron, . . . . 
Susie G. Warren, clerk, 
Albert Wood, treasurer, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvetnents. 
N. Hokanson, painter, . . . . 
Frank B. Palmer, carpenter, 
Fred A. Griffin, mason, « . . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Farm^ Stable and Grounds. 
A. W. Hoyle, gardener. 
All others, as per pay roll. 

Food. 
Butter and butterine, . . . . 

Beans, 

Bread and crackers, . . . . 
Cereals, rice, meal, etc , . . . 
Cheese, 



$540 00 

339 23 

11,102 15 


$1,000 00 

499 99 

480 00 

400 00 

9,766 77 


$818 89 
479 14 
.381 00 

7,995 .32 


$588 06 
3,014 62 



Eggs, 
""lo 



. $5,094 54 
204 48 
498 66 
389 20 
273 01 
. 1,740 3H 

Ffour, 5.245 05 

Fish 1,405 35 

Fruit 1,095 26 

Meats, 6,571 47 

Milk 6,831 36 

Molasses, 264 18 

Sugar, 1,320 88 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, . . 823 .30 

Vegetables 3,160 07 

Sundries, 1,528 96 



Clothing and Clothing Material. 
Boots, shoes and rubbers, . . . $1,071 97 

Clothing 3,392 85 

Drv goods for clothing and small wares, 2,422 64 

Furnishing goods, 239 67 

Hats and caps, . . . . 161 07 

Sundries, 84 19 



Furnishings. 
Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 

Brushes, brooms, etc 

Carpets, ruga, etc., 

Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc.. 

Furniture and upholstery, . 

Kitchen furnishings. 

Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc.. 

Sundries, 



Coal, 
Gas, 



Heat, Light and Power. 



$4,082 84 
181 60 
147 04 
598 38 

10 67 
900 35 

71 43 
657 21 



$10,501 09 
15 46 



Amounts carried forward j 



$5,259 99 



$1,357,861 80 



11,981 38 



12,146 76 



9,674 35 



3,602 68 



36,446 10 



7,362 39 



6,649 42 



$93,123 07 



$1,357,861 80 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



279 



Statement V. 



Ejcpea«e« fl»r 19M 1m DetoU. 



Detail 225. 



Worcester Insane Asylum — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 



Oil. 
Sundries, 



$204 75 
600 



RSPAIBS AND ImPSOYEMENTS. 

Bricks, 822 50 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 142 36 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 3 85 

Electrical work and supplies, 487 81 

Hardware, etc, 752 94 

Lumber, 1,254 68 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., . . 1,660 :)0 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 740 66 

Roofing and materials, .... 89 40 

Sundries, 476 81 



Farm, Stable and Gboundb. 

Blacksmith and supplies, $292 84 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 227 07 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., . . 544 21 

Hay, grain, etc., 1,687 30 

Harness and repairs 175 36 

Live stock : — 

Horses, 200 00 

Miscellaneous, .... 14 00 

Tools, farm machines, etc., . . 10 15 

Sundries, 108 70 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc., 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Freight, expressage and transportation. 

Funeral expenses 

Hose, etc., 

Ice 

Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra), 

Postage 

Printmg and printing supplies. 

Return of runaways 

Soap and laundry supplies, 



Travel and expenses 



supj 
(offi 



cials) , 



Stationery and office supplies, 

cpei 
Telephone and telegraph, 
Tobacco, 

Water, .... 
Sundries, 



$117 14 

12 00 

178 91 

249 23 

600 

615 66 

530 44 

552 71 

127 32 

3 87 

38 38 

1.270 08 

238 33 

217 00 

416 33 

689 66 

992 80 

434 38 



$93,123 07 



10,727 30 



$1,357,861 80 



5,631 21 



3,20e 63 



6,590 24 



DETAIL No. 226. 

Worcester Insane Hospital. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 87, sects. 127 and 128; Acts 19M, chap. 74.] 



Salaries, Wages and Labob. 

Medical Sennce, 
H. M. Quinby, superintendent and phy- 
sician^ $3,000 00 

Alfred I. Noble, assistant superintendent, 2,000 00 

Amount carried forward, .... 




119,331 45 



$1,477,193 25 



280 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan . 



Statement V. 



Expenses fl»r 1004 !■ l>et«Ul. 



Detail 225. 



Worcester Ixsvne Hospital — Continued. 



Amount brought forward ^ 



Theodore A. Hooh,patholoji:ist, . .$1,000 00 
Isador H. Coriat, assistant physician, . ^86 66 
All others, as per pay roll, . . 5,645 97 



Ward Service. 
Linda A. J. Richards, superintendent 

of nurses, .... 
John A. Campbell, supervisor, 
William A. Blaisdell, '* 
Herbert A. Millett, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

General Administration. 
Henry R. Centre, steward, . 
Jessie M. D. Hamilton, clerk, 
Li la J. Gordon, matron, 
Albert Wood, treasurer, 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

Repairs and Improvements. 
Frank A. Hovey, mason, 
Willard F. Kelsey, carpenter, 
John J. Phelan, plumber, 
Thomas Monahan, painter, . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 

■ 

Farm^ Stable and Grounds. 
Joseph F. Reynolds, farmer, 
John Neilson, florist, . . . . 
All others, as per pay roll, . 



S900 00 

640 00 

480 00 

480 00 

32,081 79 



Sl,200 00 
720 00 
600 00 
600 00 

16.284 96 



$939 61 
902 67 
900 00 
766 11 

8,667 80 



S900 00 

640 00 

9,016 38 



Food. 
Butter and butterine, 
Beans, . 

Bread and crackers, 
Cereals, rice, meal, etc. 
Cheese, 
Eggs, 
Flour, 
Fish, 
Fruit, 
Meats, 
Molasses, 
Sugar, 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa 
Vegetables, 
Sundries, 



Clothing and Clothing Mate 
jBoots, shoes and rubbers. 

Clothing, 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares 
Furnishing goods, .... 
Hats and caps, .... 
Leather and shoe findings, . 
Sundries, 



$10,611 06 
1,192 27 

646 89 
1,744 72 

766 47 
6,107 79 
9,622 46 

3.642 26 
2,8.32 31 

19,672 14 

466 82 

6,678 85 

1,686 67 

4,894 00 

2.643 07 



rial. 

$1,876 03 

6,164 79 

2,681 77 

81>2 38 

258 67 

60 76 

48 60 



FURN^HINGS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc.. 
Brushes, brooms, etc.. 

Amounts carried f one ard^ 



$6,141 68 
487 12 



$1,477,193 25 



$12,632 63 



34,481 79 



19,304 96 



12,066 19 



10,456 38 



71,804 66 



10,982 83 



$171,729 39 



$1,477,193 25 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



281 



Statement V. 



• n»r 19M In I>«t«il. 



Detail 225. 



Worcester Insane Hospital-^ Continued. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Carpets, rugs, etc., .... $304 67 

Crockery, glassware, cntlery, etc., 2,2:^6 63 

Furniture and upholstery, . 871 58 

Kitchen fumishinffs, . 626 83 

Wooden ware, hucKets, pails, etc., 155 94 

Sundries, 600 33 



Hbat, Light and Power. 

Coal $23,581 25 

Gas 6,457 32 

Oil 161 48 

Sundries, 51 46 



Rbpairb and Imp&otciibnts. 

Bricks $235 29 

Cement, lime and plaster, . 947 24 

Doors, sashes, etc., .... 78 02 

Electrical work and supplies, 697 67 

Hardware, etc., 1,138 30 

Lumber 1,911 84 

Machinerv, etc., 209 51 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 1,631 84 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 7,966 16 

Roofing and materials 548 33 

Sundries, 3,528 06 



Farm, Stable and Grounds 
Blacksmith and supplies, 
Carriages, wagons and repairs. 
Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc.. 
Hay, grain, etc., . 
Harness and repairs. 
Live stock : — 

Cows, .... 

Horses, .... 

Miscellaneous, 
Tools, farm machines, etc., . 
Sundries, .... 



$588 69 

809 02 

759 88 

10,175 99 

512 30 

l,7ftS 00 

2,120 00 

30 00 

489 26 

1,346 35 



Miscellaneous. 
Books, periodicals, etc.. 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Freight, expressage and transportation 
Funeral expenses, . 
Gratuities, .... 
Hose, etc., .... 
Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies. 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (e 

Postage 

Printing and printing supplies, 
Printing annual report, . 
Return of runaways. 
Soap and laundry supplies, . 
Stationery and office supplies, 
School books and school supplies. 
Travel and expenses (officials) , 
Telephone ana telegraph. 
Tobacco, .... 




3519 95 
450 30 
329 91 
366 00 
56 20 
484 94 
20 00 

2,366 38 
91 18 
403 60 
:369 99 
253 32 
149 02 

3,691 81 
446 25 
364 88 
201 66 
193 fl6 

1,190 17 



Amounts carried forward , 



$171,729 89 



$1,477,193 25 



10,323 58 



30,261 51 



18,791 26 



18,624 49 



$249,720 23 



$1,477,193 25 



282 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bzpenses n»r 1904 In DeUUl, 



Detail 225. 



WoKCESTEB Insane Hospital— Conclzuied. 



t 

Amounts brought forward 

Water $4,243 76 

Bondries, 1,2&3 60 


$249,720 23 
17,474 78 


$1,477,193 25 








$267,195 01 


• 


Paid from appropriation, $167,266 82 
Transferred from fund, 1904, . 56,309 65 
Transferred from fund, 1905, . 23,528 54 


$267,196 01 


187,266 82 








Total expenses of charitable institutions paid from 
revenue, ........ 




$1,664,460 07 


Amount brouglit forward from page 251, 
Total charitable expenses, 1904, 


• • • 

. ; 


742,474 85 
$2,406,934 92 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUjVIENT— No. 6. 



283 



Statement V. 



Bxpeases n»r 1904 !■ I>«t»ll. 



Detail 226. 



STATE LIBRARY, ETC. 



DETAIL No. 226. 

State Library. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 10; Acts 1902, chap. 488; 1904, chap. 5.] 



C. B. Tillinghast, 



LiB&ABlAN. 



Cls&ks 



Ellen M. Sawyer, . 
Maria C. Smith, . 
Jennie W. Foster, 
Susy A. Dickinson, 
Annie G. Hopkins, 



PURCHASB OF BOOKS. 

Books, magazines, directories, etc., 
Stationery, etc., . 



$1,200 00 

1,000 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 



Binding, 

Messenger, 

Books, pamphlets, etc.. 

Extra clerical service, 

Stationery, etc., 

Ezpressage, etc.. 

Clippings, 

Postage, 

Miscellaneous, 



CONTINGBNT EXPBNSEB. 



S6,425 27 
74 02 



Sl,190 20 
392 33 
186 43 
186 00 
127 62 
124 81 
124 26 
99 00 
68 29 



1,600 copies, 



Printing Report. 



Index of Current Etents. 
James F. Munroe, 



Aid to promote the Establishment of 
Free Public Libraries. 



Public Libraries Commission, 
C. B. Tillinghast, chairman, 
Elizabeth P. Sohier, 
Mabel Simpkins, 
Samuel S. Green, . 
Doloraine P. Corey, 



Without 
compensation. 



Hxpenses. 

Messenger S229 17 

Printing and engraving, 226 96 

Postage, 112 00 

Travel of members of commission, . 31 95 

Expressage, etc., 68 16 



Amount carried forward^ 



$3,000 00 



4,300 00 



6,499 29 



2,496 94 
683 06 

1,000 00 



657 22 



$18,638 51 



284 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



ExpeBses n»r 1004 la I>«iall. 



Detail 226. 



State Library — Concluded. 



Amount brought forward, .... 

Printing Report, 
2,000 copies, 

Towns assisted : — 

Blandford, $80 00 

Bolton 47 40 

Boxborough, 49 97 

Chester, CO 00 

Gay Head 17 03 

Gosnold, 50 07 

Hampden }9 77 

Lakeville 90 02 

Leverett ^45 

Mashpee, 52 i? 

Monroe, o aJ 

New Marlborough 58 03 

New Salem, 50 00 

Oakham }9 85 

Orleans, 50 00 

Sandisfield W 44 

Southampton, 100 00 



Amount carried forward to page 301, 



S18,638 51 



195 65 



024 09 



S19,758 25 



$19,758 25 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



285 



Statement V. 



Expenses tor 1»04 In DetnU. 



Detail 227. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



DBTAIL No. 227. 

State Board of Education. 

[Revleed Laws, chap. 39; Acts 1904, chaps. 96 and 816.] 



Skcrxtabt. 
George H. MartiD, from March 1, 

Clbbks and Messbngbr. 

A. C. MaoDonald $1,000 00 

Esther B. Elwell, 840 00 

Charles B. Blake, messenger, 601 98 

Incidbmtal Expbnbbb. 

Printing and binding, .... $473 62 

Postage .S84 26 



Expressage, ;^03 7.S 

Advertising, 



Stationery, etc. 
Miscellaneous, 
Pablications, . 



6,000 copies, 



Printing Report. 



120 30 

114 71 

81 07 

48 1& 



Mbmbbrs' Traybl. 
Clinton Q. Richmond, 
Greorge I. Aldrich, 
George H. Conley, 
Kate G. Wells, 
J.D. Miller, . 
A. B. Winship, 
E. H. Capen, . 



$90 49 
79 46 
60 00 
63 66 
42 46 
39 39 
26 38 



Aobnts' Salaries and Expenses. 
G. T. Fletcher, salary, . . $2,600 00 
Expenses, 



J. W. MacDonald, salary, 
Expenses, 

Walter Sargent, salary. 
Expenses, 

John T. Prince, salary, . 
Expenses, 

Ellis Peterson, salary, . 
Expenses, 



470 97 

$2,970 97 
$2,.'i00 00 
433 70 

2,933 70 

$2,600 00 

362 10 

- - 2,862 10 

$2,600 (X) 

307 79 

2,807 7!) 
$729 23 
68 99 

788 22 



Amount carried forward. 



$3,760 00 



2,444 98 



1,626 73 
2,169 66 



390 82 



12,362 78 



$22,643 96 



$22,643 96 



286 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



KxpeaMS f^r 1»04 1m D«toll. 



Detail 228. 



DETAIL No. 228. 

Support of State Normal Schools. 

[Reylaed Laws, cliap. S9, seel. 10; Act« 1904, chap. 98.] 



Amount brought fortoard, 
BRIDGEWATBB NORMAL SCHOOL. 

TSACHB&B. 



A. G. Boyden, principal, . S'%000 00 
Assistants, .... 29,M0 46 



JaDitors, 

Bookkeeper, 

Engineer, 

Watchman, 

Fireman, 



Wages and Labor. 

$1,250 00 
iiOO 00 
800 00 
700 00 
600 00 



982,640 46 



School Supplies, etc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., . Sl,100 38 

Stationery, etc 530 62 

Apparatus, .... 449 44 
Printing, .... 304 33 
Biological and botanical sup- 

.... 120 10 

9500 



4,260 00 



{>lies, 
r 



plomas, 



Repairs, . 
Fuel, 
Furnishings, . 
Care of grounds. 
Engineering and 

supplies, 
Advertising, . 
Lighting, 
Sundries, 



MiSCELLAKBOUS. 

92,286 71 
2,269 16 



2.699 87 



electrical 



667 30 
468 {^ 

204 72 
109 89 
107 76 
286 01 



6,290 49 



FITCHBURG NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Teachers. 
John G. Thompson, principal, $3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 26,394 56 

$28,394 66 

Wages and Labor. 
Janitors, .... $2,097 64 



Fireman and watchman. 

Bookkeeper, . 

Engineer, 

Labor, .... 



766 00 

600 00 

472 60 

83 61 



School Supplies, etc. 
Stationery, etc., . . . $1,664 63 
Books, periodicals, etc., . 1,664 61 
Lectures, .... 600 00 
Printing, . . . . :^65 26 
Biological and botanical sup- 
plies 354 78 

Amounts carried forwardy 



4,019 66 



$46,780 82 



$46,780 82 



$22,643 96 



$22,643 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



287 



Statement V. 



»■•«• fl»r I0Q4 In Detail. 



Detail 228. 



Support of State Normal Sciioous ^ Continued. 



Amounts brought foncanl^ 



Diplomas, 
Apparatus, 



$66 25 

66 05 



Fuel, 

Repairs, . 

Furnish lugs, . 

Lighting, 

Material for grounds. 

Care of grounds, . 

Expressage, . 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Sundries, 



Paid by city of Fitchburg, 



Miscellaneous. 

33,740 51 
584 52 



$4,681 57 



463 15 
285 78 
245 80 
235 88 
110 00 
107 09 
230 86 



6,003 59 



$43,099 37 
, 14,499 40 



FRAMINGHAM NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Tbacheks 
Henry Whittemore, principal, $3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 16,922 78 

$19,922 78 

Wages akd Labor. 
Engineers and fireman, . . $2,481 79 
Labor, 
Bookkeeper, 



Clerical service. 
Watchman, . 
Librarian, 



778 20 
699 96 
360 00 
279 96 
100 00 



— 4,699 91 



School Supplies, etc. 



Books, periodicals, etc., 
Stationery, etc.. 
Printing, .... 
Diplomas, .... 
Biological and botanical sup- 
plies, 

Apparatus, .... 
Sundries, .... 



$326 57 
228 78 
188 17 
125 50 

61 78 
39 81 
26 89 



Miscellakeous. 

$3,076 76 
887 02 
859 96 



997 60 



Fuel, 

Furnishings, . 

Repairs, . 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies, . 
Household art supplies, 
Care of grounds, . 
Water and ice, 
Expressage, . 
Telephone and telegraph, 
Lectures, 
Lighting, 
Sundries, • . 



Amounts carried foricardt 



461 40 

317 30 

.301 49 

222 67 

110 58 

68 13 

50 00 

42 42 

101 97 



6,499 70 



$46,780 82 



28,599 97 



32,119 89 



$106,500 68 



$22,643 96 



$22,643 96 



288 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



ExpensM fl»r 19M 1m ]>e«Atl. 



Detail 228. 



Support of State Normal Schools — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward ^ 

HYANNIS NORMAL SCHOOL. 

TSAGHSBS. 



W. A. Baldwin, principal, . S3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 8,932 02 



Wagss and Labor. 
Engineer and assistant, . . $1,466 63 

Labor, 286 03 

Clerical service, . 263 40 

School Suppliss, btc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., 9654 44 
Printing, .... 161 08 
Apparatus, . . 123 28 
Bfologlo^l and botanical sup- 
plies 61 54 

Stationery, etc., . 52 91 

Diplomas 20 25 

MiSCBLLANSOUS. 

Repairs $1,328 70 

Fuel 1,068 39 

Furnishings, . . 764 9:) 

Care of grounds, . 756 09 

Travel 155 13 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies, .... 132 45 

Lighting, . . 129 63 

Lectures and addresses, . 90 00 

Expressage, .... 74 90 

Sundries 84 20 



$11,932 02 



2,015 06 



1,073 60 



4,684 42 



Assistants, 
Sundries, 



SUMMBB SbsSION. 

. $1,974 58 
. 1,015 42 

2,990 00 



LOWELL NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Tbachbbs* 
Frank F.Cobum, principal, . 53,000 00 

Assistants 17,711 94 

$20,711 94 

Wagbs and Labor. 
Janitors, .... $960 00 
Engineer, . 840 00 

Clerical service, . . 840 00 

Labor 125 75 

2,765 75 

School Supplibs, btc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., $818 10 

Stationery, etc 746 37 

Apparatus, .... 354 93 
Biological and botanical sui>- 

plies, 97 66 

Printing, .... 92 51 

Diplomas 24 95 

2,134 52 

• 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$106,500 68 



22,695 00 



$129,095 68 



$22,643 96 



$22,643 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



289 



Statement V. 



Expenses f^r 19«4 1m Detoll. 



Detail 228. 



Support op State Normal Schools — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Mibcbllakboub. 

$1,048 32 



Fuel, 

Care of groonds, . 

Repairs, 

Furnishings, . 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Lectures, 

Lighting, 

Music, .... 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies, 
Medical examinations, . 
Sundries, 



906 20 
782 13 
256 96 
233 72 
186 35 
157 54 
115 90 

107 41 
103 00 
117 30 



S129,095 68 



94,014 83 



NORTH ADAMS NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Tbachsrs. 
F. F. Murdock, principal, . S3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 16,173 82 

$19^73 82 

Wagbs and La bob. 

Engineer $1,000 00 

Janitor 760 00 

Bookkeeper and librarian, . 600 00 
Fireman, .... 528 33 
Labor, Ill 50 



School Supplibs, btc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., $M5 40 



2,989 83 



Apparatus, etc.. 
Printing, 
Stationery, etc.. 
Diplomas, 
Sundries, 



Fuel, 

Care of grounds, . 

Repairs, 

Furnishings, . 

Lighting, 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Lectures, 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies, . . 
Medical examinations, . 
Expressage, . 
Sundries, 



519 14 

279 06 

208 02 

43 55 

15 83 



Mibcbllakboub. 

$2,791 76 
600 00 
460 37 
396 69 
261 26 
89 96 
80 72 



1.611 00 



74 29 

66 60 

68 39 

162 40 



5,041 32 



SALEM NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Tbacrkrs 
W. P. Beckwith, principal, . $3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 19,390 10 

-$22,890 10 



Engineer, 
Fireman, 



Wagbb and Labor. 

. $1,000 00 
600 00 



Amounts carried forward, 



29,627 04 



28,816 00 



$22,643 96 



$187,638 72 $22,643 96 



290 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



KzpeB««s ftor 1B4MI !■ 1>«UU1. 



Detail 228. 



Support of State Normal Schools — Continued, 



Amounts brought forward^ 

Janitor S600 00 

Labor 470 86 

Clerical service, . 62 SO 



School Supplibb, btc. 

Stationery, etc., . . . $775 30 

Books, periodicals, etc., . 379 98 

Printing 349 23 

Apparatus, .... 176 51 
Diplomas, ... 124 30 
Biological and botanical sup- 
plies, 76 02 

Sundries 118 72 



S2,733 36 



Mibcbllanbous . 

$1,607 46 
282 61 



2,000 06 



Fuel, .... 

Repairs, .... 

Medical examinations, . 

Lighting, 

Lectures and addresses, 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies, 
Water and ice. 
Telephone and telegrams, 
Sundries, 



173 00 
159 46 
156 66 

101 36 
97 64 
62 17 

122 30 



2,762 66 



WESTFIELD NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Tbachbrs. 
Clarence A. Brodeur, princi- 
pal $3,000 00 

Assistants, .... 14,750 00 

$17,750 00 



Janitors, 
Watchman, . 
Clerical service. 
Bookkeeper, . 
Labor, . 



Wagbb and Labob. 

$2,199 96 
535 65 



450 00 
300 00 
184 39 



School Supplibb, btc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., . $944 05 
Apparatus, . . . 726 83 
Stationery, etc., . . . 349 95 
Printing, . . . . 308 66 
Diplomas, .... 39 53 
Biological and botanical sup- 
plies, 34 48 

Sloyd supplies, . . . 14 50 



3,670 00 



MlBCBLLANBOUS. 

$1,980 73 
1,461 26 



2,418 00 



Fuel, .... 

Repairs, .... 

Furnishings, . 

Water and ice. 

Lighting, 

Engineering and electrical 

supplies. 
Travel, .... 
Material for grounds, . 



Amounts carried forward, 



854 96 
254 60 
146 54 

127 45 

109 68 

87 48 



$187,538 72 



29,886 18 



$217,424 90 



$22,643 96 



$22,643 96 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



291 



Statement V. 



EzpeBses fl»r 1004 !■ Detail. 



Details 229, 230. 



Support of State Normal Schools— Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward^ 



Expres8age» . 
Telephone and telegrams, 
Leotares, 
Sundries, 


$80 96 
79 34 
5000 
63 24 



$6,296 23 



WORCESTER NORMAL SCHOOL. 

T K A C RKKfl 

£. H. Russell, principal, . $3,000 00 
Assistants, .... 14,474 45 

$17,474 46 



Janitors, 
Labor, . 



Wagss and Labob. 

. $1,082 26 
172 76 



School Supplibs, btc. 
Books, periodicals, etc., $816 93 



1,265 01 



Printing, 
Stationery, etc., 
Apparatus, 
Diplomas, 
Biological and botanical sup- 
plies, 



652 31 

406 93 

369 04 

29 60 

6 00 



Fuel, 
Repairs, . 
Furnishings, 
Lighting, 
Travel, . 
Water and ice, 
Care of grounds. 
Telephone, 
Sun 



3pnon< 
dries, 



MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

$1,386 62 

1,221 36 

460 30 

43;) 20 

97 90 

73 10 

60 85 

43 31 

40 08 



2,178 71 



3,816 62 



$217,424 90 



$22,643 96 



29,184 23 



24,724 79 



DETAIL No. 229. 

Aid to Pupils in Normal Schools. 

[Res. 1876, chap. 47; Acts 1904, chap. 98.] 



C. B. Tillinghast, treasurer. 



DETAIL No. 230. 

State Normal Art School. 

[Revised Laws, cbap. 38; Acts 1904, cbap. 98.] 



Tbachbrs. 
George H. Bartlett, principal. 
Assistants, .... 



. $3,000 00 
. 20,215 66 



Amounts carried forward , 



$23,216 56 



$23,215 66 



271,283 92 



4,000 00 



$297,927 88 



292 



AUDITOR'S REPORT, 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Ezp«Bses Aftp 1904 !■ DeiAll. 



Detail 231. 



State Normal Aht School — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward^ .... 

Waobs and Labor. 

Clerical service 91,000 08 

Janitors, 1,000 08 

Engineer and fireman, .... 800 04 

School Supplxbs, btc. 
Printing, 

MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

Fuel, $1,378 77 

Lectures, 010 00 

Repairs, 461 89 

Lighting 326 60 

Telephone and telegrams, 180 00 

Advertising 97 02 

Water and Ice, 74 20 

Engineering and electrical supplies, 68 61 



923,216 66 9297,927 88 



2,800 20 
237 60 



3,086 89 



29,339 21 



DETAIL No. 281. 

School Superintendents for Small Towns. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 42; Acts 1904, chap. 98.]. 



Bowe and 



Paid to the followinff-named school districts : — 

Hanover, Hanson and Norwell, 

Cheshire and Dalton, 

South Hadley and Granby, . 

Buckland, Colrain and Shelbume, 

Mansfield, Stoughton and Sharon, 

Charlemont, Heath, Hawley, Monroe, 
Florida 

Brimfield and Monson, . 

Northfield, Gill, Leyden and Warwick 

Brookfield and North Brookfield, . 

Bemardston, Hatfield and Hadley, 

Norton and Wrentham, . 

Becket, Chester, Middlefield and Washington, 

East Bridgewater, West Bridgewater and Rayn 
ham, 

Province town, Truro and Wellfleet, 

Leverett, Shutesbury, Wendell and Erving, 

Mendon, Bellingham and Hopedale, 

Acton, Littleton and Westford, . 

Luneubure and Winchendon, 

Duxbury, Marshfield and Scituate. 

Easthampton, Southampton and Westhampton, 

Dracut, Tewksbury, Tyngsborough and North 
Beading, ..... 

Temple ton, Boyalston, Hubbardston and Phillips- 
ton, 

Chatham, Harwich, Orleans and Eastham, 

West Stockbridge, Bichmond, Egpremont and 
Alford 

Bolton, Boylston, Harvard and Shirley, 

Dartmouth and Westport, 

Georgetown, Groveland and Rowley, . 

Amounts carried forward^ 



91,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1.260 00 

1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 

1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
833 33 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 

1,260 00 

1,260 00 
1,260 00 

1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 



933,333 33 



9327,267 12 



1905.] 



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293 



Stateuknt v. 



Aftv 1904 In Detail. 



Detail 231. 



School Superintendents for Small Tomtns — Concluded. 



and 



, Ed- 



Amounts brought forward, 

Brewster, Dennis and Yarmouth, . 

Billerica and Hudson, .... 

Dover, Sudbury and Wayland, 

Bourne. Mashpee and Sandwich, . 

Wilbraham, Mampden, East Longmeadow 
Longmeadow, 

Ag awam and Ludlow, .... 

TV^stminster, Sterling and Princeton, . 

Ashby and Townseno, .... 

Abington and Bridgewater, . 

Ayer and West Boylston, 

Holliston, Medwav and Sherbom, . 

Ashland and Hopkinton, 

Barre, Hard wick and Petersham, . 

Grafton and 13 pton, .... 

Chilmark, Cottage City, Gay Head, Tisbury 
gartown and West Tisbury, 

Chelmsford, Carlisle and Dunstable, . 

Holland, Wales and Warren, 

Acushnet, Fairhaven and Mattapoisett, 

New Braintree, Sturbridge and West Brookfield, 

Northborough, Southborough, Berlin and Shrews- 
bury, 

Medfield and Walpole, 

Fozborough and West Newbury, . 

Millbury and Oxford, 

Holden, Oakham, Pazton and Rutland, 

Freetown, Seekonk, Somerset and Swansea, 

Wakefield and Lynnfield 

Marion and Wareham, 

Ashfield, Cummlngton, Goshen and Plainfield, 

Bedford, Burlington, Lincoln and Wilmington, 

Beading and Topsfield, 

Amherst and Pelham, 

Hinsdale, Windsor, Savoy and Peru, . 

Blandford, Huntington, Montgomery and Russell 

Halifax, Kingston, Pembroke and rlympton, 

Lee, Monterey, Otis and Tyringham, . 

Douglas and Uxbridge, .... 

Marblehead, Newbury and Salisbury, . 

Avon, Holbrook and Randolph, 

Essex, Hamilton, Ipswich and Wenham, 

Mt. Washington, New Marlborough and Sheffield 

Dana, Greenwich, New Salem and Prescott, 

Westwood, Millis and Norfolk, . 

Berkley, Dighton and Rehoboth, . 

Carver, Lake vi He and Rochester, . 

Chesterfield, Williamsburg and Worthington, 

Boxborough, Maynard and Stow, . 

Charlton and Leicester, 

Lanesborough, Hancock, New Ashford and Clarks- 
burg 

Auburn and Sutton, 

Deerfield, Conway, Sunderland and Whately, 

Granville, Sandisfleld, Southwick and Tolland, 

Dudley and Webster, 

Brewster, Eastham, Orleans and Harwich, . 

Merrimac and North Andover, 



Amount carried forward^ 



$33,333 33 

1,250 00 

625 00 

1,250 00 

1,250 00 

1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 

1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 

1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 

125 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 

250 00 

250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,025 00 
1,260 00 

600 00 
1,260 00 

750 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 
1,260 00 
1,250 00 

1,250 00 

1,250 00 

1,250 00 

1,250 00 

416 67 

416 66 

625 00 



9327,267 12 



93,316 66 



$420,683 78 



294 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



[Jan 



Statement V. 



Iter 1904 ■■ DeiAll. 



Detail 232, 



DETAIL No. 232. 

High School Tuition in Small Towns. 

[Revised Lawe, cbap. 43; Acts 1902, chap. 433; 1904, chap. 67.] 



Amount brought forward^ 


■ • • • 


• ■ 


$420,683 78 


Acushnet, 9446 90 


Iieverett, 


. 9462 00 




Alford, . 


126 00 


Leyden, . 




61 00 




Ashby, . 


300 00 


Littleton, 




30000 




Ashfield, . 


300 00 


Ludlow, . 




30000 




Ashland, . 


300 00 


Lunenburg, 




30000 




Auburn, . 


84000 


Medfield, 




600 10 




Avon, 


300 00 


Middlefield, 




40 00 




Becket, . 


371 00 


Middleton, 




370 00 




Bedford, . 


648 00 


Millis, . 




300 00 




Bellingham, . 


427 22 


Monroe, . 




3000 




Berkley, . 


460 00 


Monterey, 




293 00 




Berlin, 


640 60 


Montgomery, . 




89 00 




Bemardston, . 


300 00 


Mount Washington 


108 00 




Blandford, 


292 00 


New Brain tree. 


29000 




Boxborough, 


622 00 


Newbury, 


33 00 




Boylston, . 


166 00 


New Marlborough, 


378 00 




Buckland, 


. 1,018 00 


New Salem, . 


30000 




Carlisle, . 


224 00 


Norfolk, . 




166 76 




Carver, . 


300 00 


Northborough, 




300 00 




Char lemon t, . 


447 00 


Northfield, 




10 50 




Charlton, . 


286 00 


North Beading 


^ 


96000 




Cheshire, . 


46600 


Norton, . 




168 00 




Chester, . 


30000 


Norwell, 




30000 




Clarksburg, 


480 00 


Oakham, 




6000 




Colrain, . 


7»9 60 


Orleans, . 




30000 




Conway, . 


300 00 


Otis, 




6000 




Dana, 


262 10 


Paxton, . 




180 00 




Dighton, . 


494 37 


Pelham, . 




194 80 




Dracut, . 


. 1,090 00 


Pembroke, 




88 00 




Dunstable, 


106 00 


Peru, 




2000 




Eastham, . 


128 00 


Petersham, 




78 00 




East Longmeadow, 


. 1,726 00 


Phillipston, 




169 00 




Edgartown, 


30000 


Plainfield, 




40 00 




Egremont, 


. 1,162 00 


Plympton, 




33000 




Enfield, . 


192 00 


Prescott, 




152 00 




Erving, . 


662 40 


Raynham, 
Behoboth, 




774 60 




Essex, 


300 00 




376 00 




Florida, . 


120 00 


Richmond, 




266 60 




Freetown, 


137 96 


Rochester, 




176 00 




Gill, . 


277 00 


Rowe, 




246 00 




Goshen, . 


227 00 


Rowley, . 




778 00 




Granby, . 


30000 


Royalston, 




34440 




Granville, 


416 00 


Russell, . 




190 00 




Greenwich, 


326 10 


Rutland, 




300 00 




Hadley, . 


30000 


Salisbury, 




189 00 




Halifax, . 


. ' 66 00 


Savoy, . 




46 00 


• 


Hampden, 


86 00 


Seekonk, 




226 00 




Hanson, . 


340 00 


Sharon, . 




300 00 




Hawley, . 


120 00 


Sheffield, 




300 00 




Heath, 


240 00 


Shelbume, 




300 00 




Hubbardston, . 


206 00 


Shrewsbury, . 




300 00 




Huntington, 


300 00 


Shutesbury, . 




120 00 




Kingston, 


300 00 


Somerset, 




1,138 76 




T/akeville, 


604 00 


Southampton, 


667 00 




Tianesborough, . 


66 00 


Southborough, 


300 00 

■ ■ 




Anvount carried J 


'orward^ 


. • • . 


• 


$420,683 78 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUAIENT — No. 6. 



295 



Statement V. 



EzpeiMea for 1904 In Oeimll. DETAILS 233, 234. 



High School Tuition in Small Towns — Concluded. 



Amount brought /orward^ 



South wick, 

Sturbridge, 

Sudbury, . 

Sunderland, 

Swansea, . 

Tiabury, . 

TewksDury, 

Tolland, . 

Truro, 

Tyngsborough, 

Tyringham, 

Warwick, 

Washington, 

Wayland, 

Wellfleet, 

Wendell, 



9620 00 
310 00 
300 00 
633 00 
676 00 
300 00 
1,000 00 

AOOO 
17100 
620 00 
220 00 

25 00 

86 00 
300 00 
300 00 

95 00 



West Bridgewater, 
West Brookfield, 
Westhampton , 
West Newbury, 
West Stockbridge, 
West Tisbury, 
Whately, 
Wilbraham, . 
Williamsburg, 
Wilmington, . 
Windsor, 



366 00 
330 00 
405 00 
300 00 
837 00 

37 00 
477 00 

62 60 
135 00 
300 00 
116 00 



Transportation, 



$45,669 84 
106 00 



DETAIL No. 238. 

Education of Deaf Pupils. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 39; Acts 1904, chap. 98.] 



Clarkb School. 
Board and tuition of pupils, . 
Travel, 



328,888 24 
103 14 



Horace Mann School. 
Board and tuition of pupils, . . $17,111 02 

Travel. 2,535 20 



American School at Hartford. 
Board and tuition of pupils, . 911,375 00 

Clothing, etc., 491 59 



Boston School. 
Board and tuition of pupils, . 



Sarah Fuller Home. 
Board and tuition of pupils, . 



Perkins Institution and Massachusetts 
School for the Blind. 
Board and tuition of pupils 



328,991 38 

19,646 22 

11,866 59 
10,890 40 

1,986 69 
1,400 00 



DETAIL. No. 234. 

Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School fob 

the Blind. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 89; Res. 1869, chap. 19; Acts 1904, chap. 21.] 



Paid its treasurer. 

Amount carried forward^ 



$420,583 78 



45,675 84 



74,781 28 



30,000 00 



$571,040 90 



296 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



Ezpe 



«bp 19M Im DeiAll. DETAILS 235-23S. 



DETAIL No. 285. 

Instruction for Adult Blind at Home. 

[Acta 1904, chap. 20.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Perkins iNSTrruxioir fob the Blind. 

InBtracton' salaries, 

expenses, 



II 



92,400 00 
2,610 79 



DETAIL No. 286. 

County Teachers^ Associations. 

[ReTised Laws, chap. 40; Acts 1004, chaps. 883 and 461.] 



Barnstable, 1904, . 
Berkshire, 1904, . 
Bristol, 1904, . 
Essex, 1904, . 
Hampden, 1904. 
Hampshire, 1904, . 
Middlesex, 1903, . 
Nantacket, 1904, . 
Norfolk, 1903, 
Norfolk, 1904. 
Northwest Middlesex, 1904, 
Plymoath, 1904, . 
Worcester, 1904, . 



$50 00 


60 00 


60 00 


76 00 


60 00 


60 00 


26 00 


60 00 


25 00 


50 00 


60 00 


50 00 


50 00 



DETAIL No. 287. 

Massachusetts Teachers^ Association. 

[Acts 1904, chap. 08.] 



Printing, 

Miscellaneous, 

Addresses, 




DETAIL No. 238. 

Teachers* Institutes. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 40; Acts 1904, chap. 98.] 



Expenses of Institutes at : — 



Bemardston, . 


919 60 


Boston, . 


227 16 


Buckland, 


22 SO 


Gharlemont, 


1200 


Chester, . 


2207 


Dalton, . 


46 68 


Dighton, . 


46 40 


Leominster, 


103 26 



Stoneham, 
Uxbridge, 
Vineyard Haven, 
West Brookfield, 
West Stockbridge, 
Winchendon, . 
Winchester, . 
Supplies, 



$127 76 

99 44 

61 90 

125 74 

11 46 

114 78 

2 43 

34 85 



Amount carried forward. 



$571,040 90 



4,910 79 



625 00 



300 00 



1,077 20 



$677,953 89 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



297 



Statement Y. 



EXF«B««« Aftr 10«4 !■ I»«««il. DETAILS 239-242. 



DETAIL No. 289. 

School Registers and Blanks. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 43; Acts 1904, chap. 98.] 



Amount brought forward. 
Sundry printing and binding, 



DBTAIIj No. 240. 

Premium on Securities purchased for the Massa- 
chusetts School Fund. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 41; Acts 1904, chap. 42.] 



Paid premium on aeonrities purchased, 



DETAIL No. 241. 

Income Technical Education Fund. 

[Acts 1908, chap. 109; 1904, chap. 86.] 



Unitxd Statjbb Grant. 
Paid Treasurer and Beoeiver-General, . 

COMMONWBALTH GbANT. 

Paid Treasurer and Beceiver-Gtoneral, . 

PUBCHASB OF SbCURITIBS. 

Paid premium, 



96,634 90 

424 65 

3,012 50 



DETAIL No. 242. 

Commission on Nautical Training School. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 45; Acts 1904, chaps. 104 and 190.] 



GOMMI88lOirBK8. 

Nehemiah Mayo Dyer, U. S. N., 

chairman, from April 15, . 
Robert B. Dixon, . 
John Bead, .... 



Without 
compensation. 



EXPBNSBS OF THB GOMHIBBION. 



Salaries^ etc. 
F. Stanhope Hill, secretary, 
W. P. Dimick, clerk, 
Travel, . . . 
Postage, . 
Publications, . 
Stationery, etc.. 
Printing, 

Photographs, etc., 
Printing 1,000 copies annual report. 

Amount carried forward^ 



32,000 00 

1,380 00 

871 31 

309 24 

191 14 

178 90 

149 76 

63 36 

62 38 



$577,953 89 
768 70 



23,132 88 



10,072 05 



8611,927 47 



298 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Expeas^a A»r 1904 In DetAll. 



Detail 242. 



Commission on Nautical Training School — Continued. 



Amount brought forward^ 

Clerical seryice, 
MiscellaneouSi 



S60 00 
79 25 



OUR&BNT EZPENBBB OF THE SCHOOL ShXP 

U. S. S. "Enterprise." 

Supprintendent. 
W. F. Lfowe, commander, U. S. N., 
commanding, 32,006 04 

OlJicern and Instructors. 
W. L-Vamum, ensign, U.S.N., 31.604 16 
F. D. Terry, chief engineer, to 

October, .... 
B. Crawford, chief engineer, 

from November, . 
£. L. Saunders, surgeon, 
A. R. Cushing, acting ensign, 
P. H. Bums, " •' 

J. E. (lately, ** '• 

A. E. King, captain's clerk, . 
A. W. Seahofm, fencing 

master, .... 
W. M. Mclntyre, instructor 

in mathematics, . 



1,680 58 

316 65 
1,396 00 
1,166 68 
1,026 11 
43 01 
1,200 00 

78 22 

62 00 



Petty Officers t CreiOj etc. 



8,362 41 



W. G. Tyrell, mate, 
S. Nelsen, 
N. Sivestsen, 
O. E. Andrews, master-at- 
arms, . 
Captain of hold, . 
Yeoman, 
Gun deck mate. 
Blacksmith, . 
Boilermaker, . 
Carpenter, 
Electrician, . 
Machinists, . 
Sailmaker, 
Seamen, 
Firemen, 
Cabin cook, . 

•* steward, 
Wardroom attendants, 

'* steward, 

Ship's cook, . 

'* " assistant, 

" steward, 
Messmen , 
Wardroom cook, . 
Cabin attendant, . 
Apothecary, . 



3720 00 
378 00 
3^ 00 

720 00 
480 00 
480 00 
631 76 
720 00 
165 23 
650 00 
600 00 

1,277 42 
604 68 

1,441 97 

1,303 70 
540 00 
360 00 
414 00 
650 00 
528 89 
219 37 
649 35 

1,799 60 

62 00 

9 00 

480 00 



Repairs. 
Hull and machinery, . .$12,612 86 

Lumber, .... 1,426 00 

Painting 629 78 

Steam pipe and fittings, . 113 86 

' pump, . . . . 110 00 

Amounts carried forward^ 



15,916 97 



li 



3611.927 47 



34,845 33 



34,845 33 



3611,927 47 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



299 



Statement V. 



Bzp«iuM Iter 10«4 !■ I»«tmll. 



Detail 242. 



Commission on Nautical Training School — Oo»/intte(^. 



Amounts brought forward. 

Supervision and inspection, . $100 00 
Machinist, .... 8 50 



Groceries and Provisions. 
Beans, peas, etc., . . 3106 19 

Bread and crackers, 
Batter and cheese, 
Coffee, cocoa, etc.. 
Eggs, . 
Fish, . 

Flour and meal, . 
Fruit (canned and fresh) , 
Meat 
Milk, 
Soap, 



$15,000 00 



ii 



<i 



Sugar, . 
Tea, 

Vegetables, 
Sundries, 



433 78 

1,222 17 

246 86 

423 08 

206 31 

412 m 

456 20 

4,736 63 

612 99 

203 34 

300 14 

67 08 

1,327 72 

414 44 



$4,846 33 



Stores and Supplies. 


Boats, oars, etc., . 


$69 48 


Brushes, brooms, etc., . 


76 25 


Canvas, duck, etc.. 


. 1,131 16 


Carpets, etc., . 


71 86 


Coal 


. 3,641 77 


Cordage, 


912 54 


Crockery, etc., 


129 0) 


Electrical supplies. 


30900 


Engine ** 


698 29 


Furniture and repairs, . 


:V12 76 


Galley fiimishings, 


218 40 


Hardware, tools, etc., . 


662 52 


Lumber, 


234 90 


Marlin, houseline, etc., . 


1^ 31 


Mattresses, cushions, etc.. 


132 96 


Medicines and hospital sup- 




plies, 


260 54 


Nautical instruments, . 


262 96 


Oil (illuminating). 


108 75 


" (lubricating), . 


280 80 


Paints, etc., . 


858 12 


Refrigerator, . 


167 00 


Riggers' supplies, . 


68 19 


Sailmakers' supplies. 


198 12 


Sails, 


192 63 


Stationery, etc 


279 29 


Steam pipe and fittings. 


287 66 


Stoves and repairs. 


111 90 


Surgical instruments and 




supplies, .... 


96 11 


Table linen, etc., . 


64 56 


Upholstery supplies, 

wire rope, .... 


77 37 
126 18 


Sundries, .... 


623 77 



11,166 28 



$611,927 47 



Miscellaneous. 
Board of cadets, etc., . . $633 44 
Engrossing diplomas, . . 60 00 
Laundering, . . 103 46 

Amounts carried forward, 



12,608 16 



$4,846 33 



$611,927 47 



300 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement Y. 



Bzp«MM A»r 1M4 !■ Dctmll. DETAILS 243-246. 



Commission on Nautical Trainino School — Concluded. 



Amounts brought fonoard 

Medical and surgical attend- 
ance 

Painters, 

Repairs (miscellaneous) , 

SuDsistenoe of crew, 

" " servants,. 
Towing, llghterinff, etc., 
Transportation and travel. 

Water, 

Sundries, .... 


', 9370 43 
. 1,323 42 

148 40 

354 03 
. 1,188 00 

187 85 

181 21 
9264 

386 64 

«4 770 47 


$4,845 33 
69,829 72 


$611,927 47 




ly ,1 IV SI 






74,676 05 






DBTAIIj No. 248. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

[Res. 1901, chap. 51; Acta 1904, chap. 48.] 




Paid its treasarer, 


29,000 00 






DBTA 

Worcester Poj 

[Acta 1S99, cha 


IIj No. 244. 


< 


lytechnic Institute. 

p. 157; 1904, chap. 18.] 




Paid its treasarer. 


6,000 00 






DETAIL No. 245. 

New England Industrial School for Deaf Mutes. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 76; Acta 1904, chap. 407.] 




Paid Its trustees. .......... 


2,600 00 




DBTAHi No. 246. 

Manual of School Laws. 

[Res. 1902, chap. 85; Acta 1902, chap. 489.] 




Printing 5,000 copies " Public Instruction , " 
Postage, ........ 


9221 53 
65 00 


286 53 




... 


Amount carried fonoard. 


.... 


$724,389 05 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



301 



Statement V. 



ExpewMs Iter 1904 !■ I»etoll. DETAILS 247-249. 



DBTAIIj No. 247. 

New Bedford Textile School. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 68 ; Acts 1904, chap. 407.] 

Amount brought forward, 

Paid its trustees 

DIDTAIIj No. 248. 

Bradford Durfee Textile School. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 69; Acts 1904, chap. 407.] 
Paid its tnutees, 

DBTAIIj No. 249. 

Lowell Textile School. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 67; Acts 1904, chap. 407.] 
Paid its trustees, 

Amount brought forward from page 284, .... 
Total educational expenses paid from revenue, 1904, . 



$724,389 05 
18,000 00 



20,000 00 



20,000 00 



9782,389 06 
19,758 25 



$802,147 30 



302 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



Statement V. 



ExpeHSM Iter 1»«4 in Detail. DETAILS 250^251. 



MILITARY 



DETAIL No. 250. 

Adjutant-General's Department. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16; Acta 1904, chaps. HI, 439 and 461.] 



ADJUTANT-GsirBBAL. 

Samnel Dal ton, .... 



Clbrks. 
William C. Capelle, first, 
William H. Flowers, Jr., second, 
John P. Reynolds, 
Joseph W. Paine, ... 
Luke B. Landy, ... 
Linus E. Clark, from July 1, 



92,200 00 
1.600 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 



Extra Clerks, Stbnographbrs and Mbb- 



if 



31,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
792 60 
790 00 
900 00 
600 00 
206 97 



SEMGER 

John E. Campbell, 

Frank Thomas, 

John Baker, . 

John W. Mahoney, 

William R. Reed, . 

Gertrude H. Downs, stenographer, 

M. E. Tatum, 

Extra clerical service, 

Patrick C. Conway, messenger, .... 

Incidbntals. 

Printing and engraving, . $1,064 41 

Stationery, etc., 634 77 

Postage 620 86 

Ezpres^ige, telephone, telegrams, etc., 386 92 

Typewriter exchange, .... 60 00 

Publications, 36 60 

Miscellaneous 33 19 



2,000 copies, 



Printiitg Report. 



$3,600 00 



8.700 00 



7,289 47 
800 00 



2,646 66 
911 82 



DETAIL No. 251. 

Quartermaster-General's Expenses. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sect. 15; Acts 1904, chaps. Ill and 188.] 



Repairs (miscellaneous), . . . , 
Ezpressage, freight, etc., ... 
Preparation, etc., of camp at Fort Rodman, 

Hay, grain, etc., 

Labor on muster field 



Amounts carried forvard, 



$3,406 05 

1,316 39 

1,214 20 

423 09 

343 00 




823.946 94 



823.946 94 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



303 



Statement V. 



Expenses Iter 1904 In Detail. ' DETAILS 252-254. 



QuAKTERM aster-General's Expenses — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward t 



Telephone and telegrams, 
Water rates, .... 
Sprinkling muster field, 
Uniforms and accoutrements, 
Labor on tents, 
Miscellaneous, 



36,701 73 

211 90 
206 91 
139 60 
126 62 
101 36 
632 49 



DETAIL No. 252. 

Quartermaster-General's Supplies. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sect. 15; Acts 1904, chaps. Ill and 138.] 



Uniforms and accoutrements. 

Axes, si>ades, etc., 

Ammunition, 

Supplies, 

Horses, . 

Flags, . 

Targets, . 

Fuel, 

Fire extinguishers. 

Field desk, . 



$7,9:H 02 
890 83 
624 76 
462 83 
276 00 
261 60 
144 00 
136 00 
50 60 
46 00 



DETAIL No. 253. 

Military Accounts. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16; Acts 1904, chaps. Ill and 138. J 



Expenses Governor and staff. 
Miscellaneous, .... 
Entertaining State guests at camp. 
Governor and staff visiting camps. 
Use of tents, etc., .... 
Floral emblem for monument to Gov 
Andrew at Dedham, . 



John A 



$3,627 97 

229 46 

184 60 

49 12 

40 00 

26 00 



DETAIL No. 254. 

Militia Pay and Allowances. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sects. lfiO-156; Acts 1904, chaps. Ill and 188.] 



Spbcial Duty. 

Commencement at Harvard College, 
Troop A, 

Funeral escort to Maj. O. H. Story: 
Field and staff. Second Brigade ; Co. 
E, Fifth Infantry; Co. A, Sixth In- 
fantry; Cos. K and M, Eighth In- 
fant^, 

Funeral escort to Battalion Sergt. Maj. 
H. A. Bloom, Go. A, Fifth Infantry, . 

Amount carried forward^ 



$427 47 




$23,946 91 



8,019 61 



10,713 43 



4,166 04 



$46,836 92 



304 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bzp«ns«s <br 1904 !■ Detail. 



Detail 254. 



MiUTiA Pay and Allowances — Continued, 



Amount brought forward ^ 



Funeral escort to Private T. Morton, 

Co. L, Fifth Infantry, 
Funeral escort to Seaman E. A. Proctor, 

Go. E, Naval Brigade, 
Funeral escort to Private George B. 

Bishop, Co. C, Fifth Infantry, . 
Funeral escort to Private J. H. Gardner, 

Co. H, Ninth Infantry, 
Funeral escort to Private F. C. Moore, 

Co. F, First Heavy Artillery, . 



918 00 
18 00 
18 00 
18 00 
18 00 



Camp Duty. 
First Begiment Heavy Artillery, 
Second Regiment Infantry, 
Fifth Begiment Infantry, 
Sixth Begiment Infantry, 
Eighth Begiment Infantiy, 
Ninth Begiment Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval BrijEade, 
Troop F, Cavalry, . 
Battery A, Light Artillery, 
Signal Coips, . 
Ambulance Corps, 
First Battalion Light Artillery, 
First Battalion Cavalry, 
First Brigade (field and staff) , 
Second Brigade (field and staff) , 

Annual Drill. 
First Begiment Heavy Artillery, 
Second Begiment Infantry, 
Fifth Begiment Infantry, 
Sixth Begiment Infantry, 
Eighth Begiment Infantry, 
Ninth Begiment Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval Brigade, 
Troop F, Cavalry, . 
Battery A, Light Artillery, 
Signal Corps, . 
Ambulance CSorps, . 
First Battalion Light Artillery, 
First Battalion Cavalry, 
First Brigade (field and staff) , 
Second Brigade (field and staff) > 



TbANSPOBT ATION . 
[Keviied Laws, chap. 16, tecta. 151-lM and 156; 

chap. Ill] 

First Begiment Heavy Artillery, 
Second Begiment Infantry, 
Sixth Begiment Infantry, 
Eighth Begiment Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval Brigade, 
Troop F, (Cavalry, . 

Amounts carried fonoard^ 



. $13,699 22 
. 13,483 02 
. 13,962 93 
. 13,728 66 
. 14,029 76 
. 13,712 61 
. 5,699 64 
. 4,6:i0 09 
. 8,981 12 
. 4,017 79 
. 1,902 04 
910 00 
939 84 
. 6,086 67 
. 7,793 82 
. 1,406 10 
. 1,044 37 



$1,884 64 

1,926 22 

.1,994 71 

1,961 23 

2,004 26 

1,968 93 

819 22 

647 16 

1,287 36 

673 97 

27172 

130 00 

139 92 

726 66 

1,113 40 

176 64 

149 20 



Acts 1904, 

$1,624 32 

2,607 13 

819 60 

613 12 

223 72 

126 44 

1,072 60 

28 80 



$88166 



$46,836 92 



124,926 96 



17,744 10 



$143,661 72 



$46,835 92 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



305 



Statement V. 



Expenses fi»r 1904 In Detnll. 



Detail 254. 



Mtutia Pay and Axlowances — Continiced, 



and 



Amounts brought forward. 

Signal Corps. .... 

Ambulance Corps, 

First Battalion Light Artillery, . 

First Battalion Cavalry, 

First Brigade (field and staff) , 

Officers' meetings, .... 

Transportation of men, horses 

equipments, .... 
Officers Yisiting companies, . 
Inspection officers, 
Mastering officers and paymasters, 
Military examining board, . 
Board on revision of militia law, . 
Appearing before military examining 

board, 

Governor and staff to Manassas, Va., 

Military courts 

Officers presiding at elections, 



$23 52 
47 88 
64 80 
31 92 
15 96 
3,068 88 

1,696 70 
777 68 
568 28 
510 08 
391 98 
367 76 

342 24 
137 45 
115 76 
114 72 



RnTLB Pbagticjb. 
[KerlBed Laws, chap. 16; Acts 1904, chapi. Ill, 188 and 410.] 
Allowance (qualification) : — 
First Regiment Heavy Artil- 
lery, 91,155 00 

Second Begiment Infantry, . 1,498 50 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 1,067 50 

Sixth Begiment Infantry, . 1,361 00 
Eighth Begiment Infantry, . 970 00 
Ninth Begiment Infantry, . - 1,023 00 
First Corps Cadets, 595 60 

Second Corps Cadets, . . 257 00 
Naval Brigade, . . 690 50 

Battery A, Light Artillery, . 28 00 
Troop F, Cavalry, . 145 00 

Signal Corps, .... 6 00 

First Battalion Light Artil- 
lery, ..... 21 00 
First Battalion Cavalry, . 315 00 
First Brifl»de (field and staff) > 20 00 
Second Brigade (field and 
staff), 31 50 



Allowance (pay and transportation) : — 
First Begiment Heavy Artil- 

9566 94 
491 30 
508 00 
570 50 
602 06 
507 16 
167 88 
162 04 
454 16 
52 32 
104 00 



99,184 50 



lery, 
Second Begiment Infantry, 
Fifth Begiment Infantry, 
Sixth Begiment Infantry, 
Eighth li^giment Infantry, 
Ninth Begiment Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval BrijKade, 
Troop F, Cavalry, . 
First Battalion Cavalry, 

State rifle match, . 

Miscellaneous: — 
Trophies, medals, etc., . 
Clerical service, . 



94,815 40 
1,045 00 



4,086 36 
709 74 



Amounts carried forward^ 



9143,551 72 



15,838 44 



9159,390 16 



946,835 92 



946,835 92 



306 



AUDITOR^S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bzpeiu«a A»r 1904 tm D«teil« 



Detail 255. 



MiUTiA Pay and Allowances — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward. 

Printing, .... $869 18 

Ranse and target hire, . 527 00 

Sundries 460 48 



37,707 06 



Allowaitgb to Officbrb fob Cars of 
Pbopbbtt. 
Paid sandry officers, 



PosTAGB Allowance. 
Paid sundry officers, 



Allowance to Adjutants, btc. 
Paid sundry officers, .... 



Gamp Ground. 

Labor on muster field. 

Grading, 

Repairs, . 

Labor on sinks. 

Miscellaneous, 



MiSCBLLANBOUS 

Horses at camps, . 

Inspection officers, 

Mustering officers and paymasters 

Military courts. 

Military examining board, . 

Board on revision of militia law, 

Commissary General, 

Judge Advocate General, 

Medical examining board, 

Miscellaneous, 



$932 60 

418 00 

253 99 

246 00 

13 52 



$3,698 60 
2,020 01 
1,319 91 
870 60 
860 00 
612 00 
360 88 
228 00 
165 60 
427 99 



$159,390 16 



21,687 66 
4,366 52 
3,709 25 
1,160 00 



1,864 11 



10,463 29 



DBTAIL No. 255. 

Instruction in Riding for Mounted Militia. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 47; Acts 1904, chap. 816.] 



Second Regiment Infantry, . 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment Infant^, . 
Battery A, Light Artillery, . 
Battery B, Light Artillery, . 
Battery C, Light Artillery, . 
Troop A, Cavalry, . 
Troop D, Cavalry, 
Signal Corps, 
Ambulance Corps, 
First Battalion Light Artillery, 
First Battalion Cavalry, 
First Brigade, 
Second Brigade, . 



Amount carried forward. 



$70 00 

90 00 

140 00 

380 00 

360 00 

330 00 

770 00 

770 00 

10 00 

10 00 

120 00 

120 00 

100 00 

150 00 



$46,835 92 



202,640 99 



8.420 00 



$252,896 91 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



307 



Statement V. 



Bzpeiwe* Itor IMM In Detoll. 



Detail 256. 



DBTAIIi No. 256. 

Armory Rents. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sects. 118 and 119; Acts 1904, chap. 111.] 



Amount brought forward, 



Paid the following-named cities and towns : — 

Beverly, $366 67 

Boston, 12,100 00 

Cambridge, 1,400 00 

Chelsea 400 00 

Everett 400 00 

Fall River 1,400 00 

Fitchburg, 800 00 

Gloucester, 175 00 

Haverhill, 200 00 

Holyoke 300 00 

Lawrence, 1,600 00 

Lowell, 1,200 00 

Lynn, 1,200 00 

Maiden 175 00 

Marlborough, 300 00 

Medford 400 00 

Newton, 400 00 

Northampton, 400 00 

Pittsfield, 400 00 

Salem, 3,200 00 

Somerville, 800 00 

Springfield, 1,800 00 

Taunton, 400 00 

Waltham 400 00 

Wobum, 300 00 

Worcester, 2,200 00 



Adams, $400 00 

Attleborough 300 00 

Carlisle 75 00 

Chelmsford, 300 00 

Clinton, 400 00 

Concord, 400 00 



Framingham, 

Greenfield, 

Hingham, 

Hudson, 

Milford, 

Natick, . 

Orange, . 

Plymouth, 

Southbridge, 

Stoneham, 

Wakefield, 

Westford, 



300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
176 00 



Amount carried forward^ 



$33,441 67 



6,050 00 



$252,896 91 



39,491 67 



$292,388 58 



308 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



Expenses ftor IMM In Detnll. DETAILS 257, 258. 



DBTAIIi No. 257. 

Repair of Uniforms. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16; Acts 1904, chape. Ill and 188.] 



Amount brought forward. 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Second Regiment Infaatry, 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, 

Second Corps Cadets, 

Naval Brigade, 

Battery A, Light Artillery, 

Battery B, Light Artillery, 

Battery C, Light Artillery, 

Troop A, Cavalry, . 

Troop D, Cavalry, . 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Signal Corps, . 

Ambulance Corps, 

First Battalion Light Artillery (field and staff) , 

First Battalion Cavalry (field and staff) , 



$1,270 48 
1,228 97 
1,286 12 
1,238 15 
1,240 89 
1,214 17 
298 08 
866 92 

143 60 
124 83 

144 67 
113 75 
11142 
120 75 

98 55 
90 42 
10 50 
10 60 



DBTAIL No. 258. 

Expenses of State Armories. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sects. 105 and 111; Acts 1004, chaps. Ill 

and 188.] 



Boston (East). 
Thomas J. McLaughlin, armorer, 
Harry Brown, assistant armorer, to 

September 25 

Richard Phillips, assistant armorer, 

from November 1 to November 24, . 
R. M. Zuver, assistant armorer, from 

November 25, 

Lighting, 

Repairs, 

Fuel, 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Water, 

Supplies, 

Labor, 

Miscellaneous, 

BosTOir (South). 

F. H. Whiting, armorer, . . . $1,200 00 

George M. Dunbar, assistant armorer, . 799 99 

Lighting 1,593 54 

Repairs, 1,133 28 

Fuel, 892 50 

Telephone and telegrams, . 190 46 

Water, 145 80 

Supplies, 40 95 

Amounts carried forward, .... 



$1,200 00 


653 74 


62 00 


80 00 


1,967 27 


969 28 


945 51 


166 23 


139 39 


123 54 


63 60 


25 25 

- 



$6,385 71 



$6,385 71 



$292,388 58 



9,607 67 



$301,996 25 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



309 



Statement V. 



laxpmnmmm Itor 1904 In Detoll. 



Detail 258. 



Expenses of State Armories — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward. 

Labor, 

Misoellaneoas, 

Cambkidgb. 
Edward B. Dale, armorer, . 
Edward S. Dowling, assistant armorer. 

Lighting 

Fuel, 

Fnmitnre, 

Repairs, 

Supplies, 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Water, 

Miscellaneous, 

Fall Bitbb. 
John Gnllen, armorer, .... 

Lighting 

Repairs, 

Fuel, 

Labor, 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Supplies 

Water, 

Miscellaneous 



FiTGHBUSa. 

John T. Burke, armorer. 

Lighting, 

Fuel, .... 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Water, .... 

Repairs 

Miscellaneous, 



Lawbbitcs. 
John P. Ryan, armorer, 
Lighting, .... 

Fuel, 

Repairs, ..... 

Supplies 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Water, 

Miscellaneous, 



LOWBLL. 

Charles F. Garr, armorer, 
Lighting, .... 
Fuel, ..... 

Repairs, 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Water 

Miscellaneous, 



Ltnn. 
John A. Carr, armorer. 
Lighting, 
Fuel, 



Repairs, 

Telephone and telegrams. 

Amounts carried forward^ 



$32 00 
19 45 



$899 99 

630 00 

1,507 60 

585 00 

580 80 

321 55 

124 95 

122 95 

70 65 

64 00 



$891 66 

1,002 47 

712 66 

676 60 

186 86 

147 83 

97 12 

86 04 

23 74 



$799 99 
618 81 
360 26 
77 26 
66 96 
63 29 
18 80 



$891 66 
666 30 
608 30 
165 95 
113 87 
111 29 
62 63 
6 85 



$900 00 

1,061 70 

434 26 

298 68 

96 74 

32 46 

23 74 



$900 00 

228 29 

181 25 

70 57 

59 04 



$6,386 71 



6,047 97 



4,897 49 



3,723 87 



1,896 36 



2,416 86 



2,837 67 



$28,203 82 



$301,996 26 



$301,996 25 



310 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Eacpenses Itor 1904 In Detoll. 



Detail 259. 



Expenses of State Armories — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward. 



Supplies, 
Water, . 
Miscellaneous, 



$26 91 
20 43 
14 50 



New Bedford. 
James A. Wood, armorer, from March 18, 9630 09 
" ... 1,828 67 

625 00 
342 67 
48 72 
38 13 
31 16 
76 22 



Lighting, 

Fuel 

Supplies, 

Water 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Repairs 

Miscellaneous, 



SOMBSTZLLB. 

Walter H. Thomas, armorer. 

Lighting 

Fuel 

Repairs, 
)Iepbon 
Supplies, 



Telephone and telegrams, 



Water, 
Miscellaneous, 



9799 99 
87147 
760 62 
199 79 
167 01 
116 82 
62 08 
400 



SpaiNGriBLD. 
Edwin S. Witherell, armorer, 

Lighting 

Fnel, 

Repairs, 

Water 

Telephone and telegrams. 
Miscellaneous, 



$1,000 00 
668 90 

649 as 

154 61 

100 00 

99 72 

19 99 



'WOBCBSTBB. 

George W. Hubbard, armorer, . $1,000 00 

Fuel 1,426 00 

Lighting 1,097 74 

Repairs, 139 76 

Water, 96 77 



Samuel Dalton, travel. 



$28,203 82 



1,600 99 



3,620 46 



2,961 68 



2,683 15 



3,759 26 
190 10 



DETAIL No. 259. 

Janitors of Armories. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16, sect. 117; Acts 1904, chap. HI.] 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 
Second Regiment Infantry, . 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Eighth Itogiment Infantry, . 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval Brigade, .... 



Amounts carried forward, 



$401 04 

760 00 

1,376 00 

1,000 00 

729 16 

260 00 

600 00 

600 00 

26 04 



$6,631 24 



$301,996 26 



42,719 46 



$344,715 71 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



311 



Statement V. 



Bzpeiwe* t^r IfNM In Detoll. 



Details 260, 261. 



Janitors of Armories — Concluded, 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Troop A, Cavalry, 

Troop D, Cavalry, 

Troop F, Cavalry, 


$6,531 24 

125 00 

126 00 
125 00 


$344,716 71 
6,906 24 






DBTAIL No. 260. 

Expenses U. S. S. "Inca." 

[Acts 1904, chaps. Ill and 461. J 




Emplotbbs. 
B. C. Edwards, engineer, . . ^16 16 
William F. Dnnn. " ... 347 00 
J. H. DilUway, Jr., ship keeper, . . 325 00 
John T. Nelson, " '^^ . . 290 72 
A. D. Braley. pilot, . . 190 00 
Other employees, 261 62 


$1,829 50 
2,140 79 




Incidentals. 

Supplies, $1,243 87 

Fuel, 636 46 

Repairs, 44 80 

Miscellaneous, 216 66 






3,970 29 






DBTAIL No. 261. 

Surgeon-General's Department. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 16; Acts 1904, chap. HI.] 




Subgeon-Gbhsb AI. . 
Robert A . Blood, to May 2, . . 9^06 45 
Otis H. Marion, from May 3, 793 55 


$1,200 00 

* 
2,391 68 

2,463 81 




Incident ALB. 

Clerical service $905 70 

Medicines and hospital supplies, . 473 67 

Stationery, etc., 128 64 

Repairs 125 15 

Expenses as delegate to International 
Congress of Military Surgeons, . . 98 15 

Typewriter 87 75 

Printing 2,000 copies annual report, . 46 38 

Camp furniture, 51 00 

Miscellaneous, 476 14 




Examination of Recruits. 

Examinations $2,302 90 

Clerical service 83 34 

Printing, 77 57 






6,066 39 




• • • 


Amount carried forward, .... 


$360,647 63 



312 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



EacpeasM Itor 1M4 la DeUUl. DETAILS 262, 263. 



DETAIL No. 262. 

Expenses of Rifle Team in Competition fob Trophies. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 70; Acts 1904, chap. 407.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Exi>ense8 en roate and at Fort Riley, Kan., 
Expenses of team daring practice, 

Targ;et hire, 

Field glasses,. 



Typewriting, . 
Miscellaneous, 



$2,576 96 

104 18 

103 00 

48 00 

30 00 

42 06 



DETAIL No. 268. 

First Regimf^nt Heavy Artillery. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 23; Acts 1904, chap. 316.] 



Unitbd States Mamceuybbs, 1902. 

[Bes. 1908, cbsp. S6; Aetc 1908, chap. 427.] 

Use of tents, 



United Statss Manceuthbs, 1903. 
Use of tent floors, cook houses, etc., . $1,460 10 
Transportation of camp equipage, etc., 623 18 

Transportation of men 160 00 

Travel, Ill 20 

Miscellaneous, 16 00 



Total expenses military department, 1904, 



$42 00 



2,360 48 




$360,647 63 



2,904 19 



2,402 48 



$366.964 80 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



313 



Statement V. 



ftor lOM tm I^mtmMli 



Detail 264. 



EXPENSES RESULTING FROM TIIE CIVIL AND 

SPANISH WARS. 



DBTAIIi No. 264. 

State and Miutahy Aid. 

[BeTlsed Laws, chap. 79; Acts 1904, chap. 86.] 
[ Being amounts relmborsed to cities and towns for aid paid daring the year 1903.] 





State AM. 


MUltary Aid. 


Barlala. 


Total. 


Abington, . ... 


94,206 00 


$8 00 


935 00 


94,299 00 


Acton, 






610 00 


— 


— 


610 00 


Aoashnet, 






422 00 


30 00 


~ 


452 00 


Adams, . 






1,692 00 


48 00 


70 00 


1,810 00 


Agawam, 
Alford, . 






366 00 


72 00 


68 00 


506 00 






84 00 


-. 


— 


84 00 


Amesbory, 






2,108 00 


70 00 


70 00 


2,248 00 


Amherst, 






1,444 00 


— 


35 00 


1,479 00 


Andover, 






1,832 00 


60 00 


— 


1,992 00 


ArlingtOD, 






1,474 00 


— 


35 00 


1,509 00 


Ashbumham, . 






1,154 00 


86 00 


~ 


1,190 00 


Ashby, . 






653 00 


— 


35 00 


688 00 


Ashfield, 






309 00 


— 


— 


309 00 


Ashland, 






2,029 50 


— 


140 00 


2,169 60 


Athol, . 






2,958 00 


66 00 


140 00 


3,164 00 


Attleboroogh, 






2,170 00 


73 00 


•210 00 


2,453 00 


Aabnm, . 






276 00 


— 


— 


276 00 


Avon, 






1,523 00 


124 08 


— 


1,647 08 


Ayer, 






384 00 


— 


35 00 


419 00 


Barnstable, 






1,409 00 


96 00 


- 


1,505 00 


Bane, 






480 00 


— 


85 00 


515 00 


Beoket, . 






659 00 


— 


34 78 


693 78 


Bedford, . 






828 00 


— 


35 00 


363 00 


Belohertown, . 






1,484 00 


72 00 


— 


1,656 00 


Bellingham, . 






298 00 


— 


- 


298 00 


Belmont, . 






212 00 


48 00 


— 


260 00 


Berkley, . 






564 00 


— 


— 


564 00 


Berlin, . 






451 00 


— 


— 


451 00 


Bemardston, . 






66 00 


— 


— 


66 00 


Beverly, . 






7,368 00 


294 00 


280 00 


7,942 00 


Billerica, 






604 00 


— 


— 


604 00 


Blackstone, 






1,622 00 


240 00 


105 00 


1,967 00 


Blandford, 






376 00 


- 


— 


376 00 


Bolton, . 






516 00 


— 


— 


516 00 


Boston, . 






116,509 68 


17,981 04 


5,915 00 


140,405 72 


Bourne, . 






1,516 50 


— 


35 00 


1,551 60 


Boxborough, . 






92 00 


- 


- 


92 00 


Boxford, . 






216 00 


— 


— 


246 00 


Boylston, 






132 00 


- 


— 


132 00 


Braintree, 






2,420 00 


138 00 


35 00 


2,593 00 


Brewster, 






179 00 


- 


- 


179 00 


Bridgewater, . 




• 


1,094 00 


•• 


^ 


1,094 00 



314 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bzpeii»«« A»r 11^041 In DeUiil. 



Detail 264. 





State 


AND Military Aid — 


CarUinued, 






SUte Aid. 


MlllUzy Aid. 


BorlaU. 


Total. 


Brlmfield, 


$634 00 




$10100 


$736 00 


Brockton, 








14,649 00 


$1,347 00 


455 00 


16,461 00 


Brookfield, 








1,678 00 


48 00 


35 00 


1,761 00 


Brookline, 








1,228 00 


148 00 


68 00 


1,444 00 


Buck land, 








528 00 


— 


— 


628 00 


Burlington, 
Cambridge, 








320 00 


— 


— 


320 00 








18,196 60 


330 60 


735 00 


14,262 00 


Canton, . 








615 00 


— 


35 00 


660 00 


Carlisle, . 








360 00 


60 00 


— 


410 00 


Carver, . 








611 00 


— 


— 


61100 


Charlemont, , 








196 00 


— 


~ 


196 00 


Charlton, 








835 00 


162 73 


— 


997 73 


Chatham, 








802 00 


— 


— 


802 00 


Chelmsford, , 








1,328 00 


126 00 


35 00 


1,489 00 


Chelsea, . 








10,081 00 


365 00 


806 00 


11,261 00 


Cheshire, 








284 00 


— 


70 00 


364 00 


Chester, . 








354 00 


60 00 


~ 


414 00 


Chesterfield, 








390 00 


— 


— 


390 00 


Chicopee, 








1,112 00 


183 00 


— 


1,295 00 


Chilmark, 








48 00 


— 


— 


48 00 


Clarksburg, 








396 00 


- 


— 


396 00 


Clinton, . 








1,662 00 


- 


35 00 


1,697 00 


Cohasset, 








626 00 


192 00 


-. 


818 00 


Colrain, . 
Concord, . 








518 00 




_ 


618 00 








638 00 


— 


36 00 


673 00 


Conway, . 








192 00 


— 


_ 


192 00 


Cottage City, . 








616 00 


24 00 


36 00 


675 00 


Cummington . 








574 00 


— 


— 


574 00 


Dalton, . 








1,848 00 


— 


36 00 


1,883 00 


Dana, 








678 00 


— 


— 


678 00 


Danvers, . 








3,939 00 


293 50 


106 00 


4,337 60 


Dartmouth, 








691 00 


40 00 


— 


731 00 


Dedham, . 








1,454 00 


186 00 


36 00 


1,676 00 


Deerfield, 








1,024 00 


72 00 


— 


1,096 00 


Dennis, . 








900 00 




_ 


900 00 


Dighton, . 








546 00 




— 


546 00 


Douglas, . 








922 00 


18 00 


— 


940 00 


Dover, 








483 00 


— 


— 


483 00 


Dracut, . 








112 00 


228 00 


— 


340 00 


Dudley, . 








210 00 


— 


105 00 


316 00 


Dunstable, 








64 00 


— 


— 


64 00 


Duxbury, 








2,360 00 


118 00 


36 00 


2,613 00 


East Bndgewater, . 






2,123 00 


227 00 


35 00 


2,385 00 


East Longmeadow, . 






288 00 


- 


— 


288 00 


Eastham, 






204 00 


— 


— 


204 00 


Easthampton, . 








760 00 


— 


36 00 


785 00 


Easton, . 








1,728 00 


72 00 


— 


1,800 00 


Edgartown, 








912 00 


"" 


- 


912 00 


Egremont, 








60 00 


— 


— 


60 00 


Enfield, . 








430 00 


— 


— 


4;^ 00 


Erving, . 








176 00 


- 


— 


176 00 


Essex, 








1,262 00 


4 00 


36 00 


1,301 00 


Everett, . 








4,050 00 


89 00 


140 00 


4,279 00 


Fairhaven, 








1,853 00 


10 00 


36 00 


1,898 00 


Fall River, 








7,186 00 


298 00 


140 00 


7,624 00 


Falmouth, 








670 00 


25 00 


— 


695 00 


Fitchburg, 








4,943 00 


314 00 


210 00 


5,467 00 


Florida, . 








264 00 


— 


— 


264 00 


Foxborough, . 








1,104 00 


66 00 


- 


1,170 00 


Framingham, , 








4,609 00 


98 00 


70 00 


4,677 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



315 



Statement V. 



Bzp«Ba«B A>r MM la Detail. 



Detail 264. 





State and Military Aid — 


Continued. 






State Aid. 


Military Aid. 


BorialB. 


Total. 


Franklin, 


$1,222 00 


_ 


$70 00. 


$1,292 00 


Freetown, 






M2 60 


— 


— 


942 50 


Gardner, . 






1,440 00 


$8 00 


— 


1,448 00 


Qay Head, 






56 00 


80 00 


— 


86 00 


Georgetown, , 






3,762 00 


186 26 


85 00 


8,983 26 


Gill, 






265 00 


— 


— . 


255 00 


Gloucester, 






8,769 60 


2,409 78 


490 00 


11,669 23 


Goshen, . 






340 00 


~ 


— 


340 00 


Grafton, . 






1,162 60 


72 00 


70 00 


1,304 60 


Granbv, . 
Granyllle, 






204 00 


— 


— 


204 00 






447 00 


— 


— 


447 00 


Great Barringt^ 


[>n, . 




1,252 00 


— 


70 00 


1,322 00 


Greenfield, 






1,789 00 


299 00 


35 00 


2,123 00 


Greenwich, 






244 04 


- 


61 60 


805 64 


Groton, . 






1,046 00 


- 


- 


1,046 00 


Groveland, 






2,020 00 


36 00 


- 


2,065 00 


Hadley, . 






380 00 


— 


— 


380 00 


Halifax, . 






680 00 


— 


— 


680 00 


Hamilton, 






667 60 


— 


— 


667 60 


Hampden, 






395 00 


— 


- 


395 00 


Hancock, 






44 00 


- 


— 


44 00 


Hanover, . 






2,661 60 


83 38 


70 00 


2,804 88 


Hanson, . 






1,618 60 


- 


85 00 


1,553 60 


Hard wick. 






324 00 


144 74 


— 


468 74 


Harvard, . 






144 00 


— 


— 


144 00 


Harwich, 






1,617 00 


— 


— 


1,617 00 


Hatfield, . 






28 00 


— 


- 


28 00 


Haverhill, 






14,387 00 


786 00 


666 00 


15,838 00 


Hawley, . 






224 00 


- 


— 


224 00 


Heath, 






192 00 


— 


— 


192 00 


Hingham, 






2,684 60 


106 00 


85 00 


2,724 60 


Hinsdale, 






364 00 


— 


— 


364 00 


Holbrook, 






1,797 00 


— 


70 00 


1,867 00 


Holden, . 






484 00 


. — 


_ 


484 00 


Holland, . 






220 00 


— 


— 


220 00 


Holliston, 






2.082 00 


212 00 


140 00 


2,4,H4 00 


Holyoke, . 






2,632 00 


124 00 


70 00 


2,826 00 


Hopedale, 






332 00 


— 


- . 


332 00 


Hopkinton, 
Hubbardston, 






2,461 60 


96 00 


35 00 


2,582 60 






974 00 


— 


32 00 


1,006.00 


Hudson, . 






2,218 00 


102 00 


35 00 


2,365 00 


Hull, 






266 00 


— 


70 00 


326 00 


Huntington, 






476 00 


— 


35 00 


611 00 


Hyde Park, 






1,498 00 


— 


210 00 


1,708 00 


Ipswich, . 
Kingston, 






3,277 00 


76 00 


70 00 


3,423 00 






746 00 


— 


— 


746 00 


Lakeville, 






791 00 


68 00 


- 


869 00 


Lancaster, 






860 00 


— 


35 00 


896 00 


Lanesborough, 






180 00 


- 


— 


180 00 


Lawrence, 






5,695 00 


263 00 


456 00 


6,413 00 


Lee, . 






1,328 00 


— 


76 00 


1,398 00 


Leicester, 






1,063 50 


- 


- 


1,063 60 


Lenox, 






96 00 


108 00 


- 


204 00 


Leominster, 






2,409 00 


132 00 


70 00 


2,611 00 


Leverett, . 






692 00 


- 


35 00 


727 00 


Lexington, 






536 00 


46 00 


35 00 


616 00 


Leyden, . 






276 00 


— 


— 


276 00 


Lincoln, . 






48 00 


— 


- 


48 00 


Littleton, 




• 


126 00 


— 


36 00 


161 00 


Longmeadow, . 






72 00 


^" 


^ 


72 00 



316 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jiin. 



Statement V. 



BzpemMs ftor lOM In Deuai. 



Detail 264. 



State and Miutaby Aid— Contimted. 





SUte Aid. 


MlllUry Aid. 


Biurlalt. 


ToUl. 


Lowell, . . . . 


$14,701 00 


$2,447 50 


$665 00 


$17,813 50 


Ludlow, . 






468 00 




— 


468 00 


Lunenburg, 






082 00 


— 




582 00 


Lynn, 






27,996 00 


2,657 50 


1,435 00 


32,087 50 


Lynnfield, 
Maiden, . 






296 00 


72 00 


55 00 


403 00 






6,690 00 


371 00 


245 00 


7,306 00 


Manchester, . 






1,089 00 


92 00 


— 


1,181 00 


Manstield, 






1,616 00 


20 00 


— 


1,636 00 


Marblehead, 






11,875 00 


371 00 


245 00 


12,491 00 


Marion, . 






924 00 


— 


— 


924 00 


Marlborough, 






4,310 00 


88 00 


to 00 


4,468 00 


Marshfield, 






2,283 00 


— 


86 00 


2,318 00 


Mash pee. 






219 00 


— 


35 00 


254 00 


Mattapoisett, . 






720 00 


36 00 


— 


756 00 


Maynard, 
Medfield, 






348 00 


— 


70 00 


418 00 






96 00 


— 


35 00 


13100 


Medford, . 






3,745 00 


— 


70 00 


3,816 00 


Medway, . 






2,721 00 


- 


70 00 


2.791 00 


Melrose, . 






3,068 50 


399 73 


70 00 


3,538 23 


Men don, . 






536 00 


— 


— 


536 00 


Merrimac, 






1,056 00 


18 00 


— 


1,074 00 


Methuen, 






1,038 00 


352 00 


105 00 


1,495 00 


Middleborough 


» < 




5,727 00 


729 00 


140 00 


6,596 00 


Middleton, 






608 00 


— 


36 00 


643 00 


Milford, . 






5,758 00 


42 00 


175 00 


5,975 00 


Mlllbury, 






89^ 00 


24 00 


85 00 


953 00 


Millis, . 






268 00 


48 00 


- 


316 00 


Milton, . 






1,095 00 


— 


- 


1,095 00 


Monroe, . 






48 00 




— 


48 00 


Monson, . 






844 00 


_ 


— . 


844 00 


Montague, 






1,970 00 


193 00 


— 


2,163 00 


Monterey, 






398 00 


- 


- 


398 00 


Montgomery, . 






170 00 


— 


- 


170 00 


Nahant, . 






204 00 


— 


— 


204 00 


Nantucket, 






8,364 00 


108 00 


95 25 


3,567 25 


Natick, . 






5,955 00 


92 00 


176 00 


6,222 00 


Keedham, 






509 00 


— 


— 


509 00 


New Ashford, . 






293 00 


_ 


~ 


293 00 


New Bedford, . 






12,312 00 


1,712 38 


420 00 


14,444 38 


New Braintree, 




144 00 


— 


- 


144 00 


New Marlborough, . 




746 00 


4 00 


— 


750 00 


New Salem, . 




696 00 


— 


— 


696 00 


Newbury, 






2,407 00 


4 00 


70 00 


2,481 00 


Newburyport, . 






10,801 00 


276 73 


245 00 


11,322 73 


Newton, . 






2,482 00 


395 18 


140 00 


3,017 18 


Norfolk, . 






244 00 


— 


35 00 


279 00 


North Adams, . 






2,645 00 


600 


210 00 


2,86100 


North Andover, 




600 00 


15 00 


— 


615 00 


North Attleborough 




720 00 


— 


70 00 


790 00 


North Brookfield, . 




1,295 00 


— 


70 00 


1,365 00 


North Beading, 




1,306 00 


36 00 


36 00 


1,377 00 


Northampton, . 




3,444 46 


165 00 


35 00 


3,644 46 


Northborough, 




288 00 


48 00 


— 


336 00 


Northbridge, . 




782 50 


- 


— 


782 60 


Northfield, 






454 00 


- 


35 00 


489 00 


Norton, . 






960 50 


— 


35 00 


995 50 


Norwell, . 






2,260 00 


— 


— 


2,260 00 


Norwood, 






720 00 


60 00 


- 


780 00 


Oakham, . 






288 00 


— 


— 


288 00 


Orange, . 






2,154 00 


30 00 


•* 


2,184 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



317 



Statbhekt v. 



Ezpeaaea A>r 1*M in Setall. 



Detail 264. 





State and Military Aid — 


Continued, 






SUte Aid. 


MlUtary Aid. 


BnrUlB. 


Total. 


Orleans, .... 


$148 00 




_ 


$148 00 


Otis, 






312 00 


— 


— 


312 00 


Oxford, . 






872 00 




— 


872 00 


Palmer, . 






1,729 BO 


$72 00 


970 00 


1,871 60 


Paxton, . 






48 00 


— 


— 


48 00 


Peabody, . 






4,542 00 


636 00 


176 00 


5,35;{ 00 


Pelham, . 






311 80 


— 


101 00 


412 80 


Pembroke, 






2,733 00 


120 00 


106 00 


2,968 00 


Pepperell, 






638 00 


— 


— 


638 00 


Petersham, 






347 00 


— 


600 


382 00 


Phillipston, 






344 00 


— 


— 


344 00 


Pittsfield. 






3,897 00 


— 


106 00 


4,002 00 


Plainfield, 






140 00 


— 


— 


140 00 


Plymoath, 






4,120 00 


462 73 


106 00 


4,687 73 


Plympton, 






1,086 00 


72 00 


— 


1,168 00 


Prescott, . 






374 00 


— 


— 


374 00 


Princeton, 






212 00 


24 00 


— 


236 00 


ProvincetowD, . 






1,264 00 


64 00 


36 00 


1,343 00 


Qnincy, . 






4,197 00 


183 00 


106 00 


4,486 00 


Randolph, 






8,271 00 


186 00 


36 00 


3,492 00 


Bay n ham. 






1,060 00 


- 


— 


1,060 00 


Beading, . 






2,642 00 


18 00 


36 00 


2,696 00 


Behoboth, 






196 00 


400 


— 


200 00 


Revere, . 






1,801 BO 


— 


70 00 


1.871 60 


Richmond, 






120 00 


— 


— 


120 00 


Rochester, 






826 00 


— 


_ 


826 00 


Rockland, 






4,335 00 


166 00 


36 00 


4,526 00 


Rock port. 






2,188 00 


102 00 


- 


2,290 00 


Rowe, 






72 00 


— 


— 


72 00 


Rowley, . 






1,879 00 


168 00 


140 00 


2,187 00 


Royalston, 






180 00 


— 


— 


180 00 


Rnssell, . 






491 00 


— 


— 


491 00 


Rutland, . 






661 66 


— 


_ 


661 66 


Salem, 






15,860 00 


811 00 


736 00 


17,406 00 


Salisbury, 






1,300 00 


- 


106 00 


1,405 00 


Sandisfield, 






310 00 


— 


— 


310 00 


Sandwich, 






689 00 


— 


— 


689 00 


Sangns, . 






2,115 00 


600 


140 00 


2,261 00 


Savoy, 






496 00. 


— 


— 


495 00 


Scitnate, . 






2,052 00 


— 


— 


2,052 00 


Seekonk, . 






.^8 00 


30 00 


— 


378 00 


Sharon, . 






775 00 


24 00 


— 


799 00 


Sheffield, 






884 00 


— 


i- 


884 00 


Shelbume, 






664 00 


— 


— 


664 00 


Sherbom, 






332 00 


- 


- 


332 00 


Shirley, . 






496 00 


— 


- 


495 00 


Shrewsbury, 






480 00 


— 


70 00 


550 00 


Shutesbury, 






486 00 


— 


— 


486 00 


Somerset, 






384 00 


— 


— 


.384 00 


Somerville, 






13,875 60 


812 96 


246 00 


14,9.33 46 


South Hadley, 






818 00 


— 


36 00 


853 00 


Southampton, . 






416 00 


84 73 


- 


500 73 


Southborough, 






360 00 


- 


86 00 


395 00 


Southbrldge, 






l,a32 00 


46 00 


— 


1,077 00 


South wick. 






632 00 


— 


— 


532 00 


Spencer, . 






2,822 50 


16 00 


106 00 


2,942 50 


Springfield, 






11,798 50 


446 22 


360 00 


12,594 72 


Sterling, . 






696 00 


- 


36 00 


631 00 


Stockbridge, . 






1,112 00 


~ 


36 00 


1,147 00 


Stoneham, . • • 


6,262 00 


234 00 


245 00 


6,741 00 



318 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Bxpeasea Itor 1904 In Deteil. 



Detail 264. 





State and Miutart Aid — 


CoTUinued, 






State Aid. 


MiUtary Aid. 


Burials. 


Total. 


Stoughton, 


$3,091 00 


_ 


$106 00 


$3,196 00 


Stow, 






194 00 


— 


— 


194 00 


Sturbridge, 






524 00 


— 


35 00 


659 00 


Sudbury, . 
Sunderland, 






396 00 


$132 00 


— 


528 00 






60 00 


-■ 


— 


60 00 


Sutton, . 






1,603 00 


60 00 


35 00 


1,688 00 


Swampsoott, 






2,640 00 


96 00 


— 


2,636 00 


Swansea, . 






262 00 


— 


- 


262 00 


Taunton, . 






6,248 00 


299 00 


246 00 


6,792 00 


Templeton, 






888 00 


— 


— 


888 00 


Tewksbury, 






398 00 


66 00 


— 


464 00 


Tisbury. . 






136 60 


— 


— 


136 60 


Topsfield, 






810 00 


— 


— 


840 00 


Townsend, 






1,363 00 


16 00 


- 


1,369 00 


Truro. . • 






104 00 


— 


— 


104 00 


Tyngsborough, 






166 00 


— 


36 00 


20100 


Tyringham, 






144 00 


— 


- 


144 00 


Upton, 






1,666 00 


16 00 




1,681 00 


Uxbridge, 
Wakefield, 






639 00 


— 


106 00 


644 00 






3,461 00 


374 00 


— 


3,8:^ 00 


Wales, 






328 00 


— 


— 


328 00 


Walpole, . 






440 00 


— 


35 00 


475 00 


Waltham, 






3,584 00 


332 00 


105 00 


4,021 00 


W are, 






616 00 


84 00 


70 00 


770 00 


Wareham, 






3,290 00 


24 00 


70 00 


3,384 00 


Warren, . 






844 00 


— 


— 


844 00 


Warwick, 






184 00 


_ 


— 


184 00 


Washington, . 






48 00 


— 


- 


48 00 


Watertown, 






1,034 00 


36 00 


— 


1,069 00 


Way land. 






1,104 00 


^ 


— 


1,1(H00 


Webster, . 






1,112 00 


72 00 


105 00 


1,289 00 


Wellesley, 






208 00 


30 00 


— 


238 00 


Wellfleet, 






344 00 


— 


— 


344 00 


Wendell, . 






244 00 


— 


— 


244 00 


Wenham, 






607 00 


184 00 


36 00 


826 00 


West Boylston, 




620 00 


72 00 


~. 


692 00 


West Bndgewater, . 
West Brookfield, . 




2,002 00 


— 


70 00 


2,072 00 




604 00 


— 


— 


604 00 


West Newbury, 




1,632 00 


.81 00 


— 


1,713 00 


West Springfield, . 
West Stock bridge, . 




935 00 


- 


— 


9:« 00 




242 00 


— 


70 00 


312 00 


WestTisbury, . 




132 00 


— 


— 


132 00 


Westborough, . 






2,414 00 


~ 


210 00 


2,624 00 


Westfield, 






6,241 00 


91 00 


176 00 


6,607 00 


Westford, 






671 00 


— 


— 


671 00 


Westhampton, 






180 00 


— 


— 


180 00 


Westminster, . 






910 00 


~ 


35 00 


946 00 


Weston, . 






240 00 


30 00 


— 


270 00 


Westport, 






420 00 


30 00 


70 00 


520 00 


West wood, 






54 00 


_ 


— 


64 00 


Weymouth, 






8,123 00 


338 16 


105 00 


8,666 15 


Whately, . 






276 00 


- 


70 00 


346 00 


Whitman, 






6,185 60 


262 00 


280 00 


6,727 50 


Wilbraham, 






408 00 




36 00 


443 00 


Williamsburg, 




670 00 




— 


670 00 


W illiamstown, 




1,090 00 


- 


36 00 


1,126 00 


Wilmington, . 




260 00 


48 00 


— 


3(^00 


Winchendon, . 




976 60 


66 00 


36 00 


1,077 50 


Winchester, , 




672 00 


- 


~ 


672 00 


Windsor, . . . 




382 00 


1 48 00 


"- 


430 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



319 



Statemvnt y. 



ftor 19«4 IB Detoll. 



Detail 265. 



State and Military Aid — Concluded, 



Bute Aid. 



MlUtary Aid. 



BorlAlt. 



Total. 



Winthrop, 

WobarD, . 

Worcester, 

WorthingtOD, 

Wrentham, 

Tarmoath, 

Totals, 



$988 00 

4,490 00 

20,926 00 

300 00 

792 00 

492 00 



9192 00 
612 80 

40 00 
36 00 



9728,224 13 949,381 27 



$210 00 
210 00 



$26,061 63 



DBTAIIi No. 266. 

Commissioner of State Aid and Pensions. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 7U, sects. 1 and IS; Acts 1902, chap. 192; 1904, 

chaps. 35, 381 and 461.] 



Charles W. Hastings, commissioner, 
Joseph B. Parsons, deputy, . 



Clb&ks. 
Francis A. Bicknell, 
Amos H. Fairbanks, 
Louisa C. Evans, . 
Lida B. Graham, . 
Eva B. Holbrook, . 
Helen G. Smith, . 
Josephine P. Fuller, 
Belle J. MoKeon, . 
Edith F. Gooledge, 
Elizabeth G. Goulahan, 



$2,600 00 
2,000 00 



$1,600 00 

1,300 00 

1,100 00 

600 00 

840 00 

840 00 

920 00 

696 00 

267 60 

83 00 



AOKHTB. 



$1,300 00 
222 72 



Edwin G. Stone: — 
Salary, 
Travel, . 

William P. Innis:- 
Salary, 
Travel, . 

Lena G. Bayley : — 
Salary, . 
Travel, . 

Henry Shaw : — 
Salary, 
Travel, . 



GONTINaSMT BXPBNSBB. 

Printing, 
Postage, 
Stationery, etc., 
Miscellaneous, 



$1,300 00 
11 41 


$1,000 00 
49 23 


$460 00 
260 97 



$1,622 72 



1,311 41 



1,049 23 



700 97 



D., . . . . 

1, • • • . 


. $605 33 

470 00 

196 04 

76 69 


Pbinting Bbpobt. 


• « • 



1,600 copies, 



Amount carried forward^ 



$4,600 00 



7,896 60 



4,684 33 



1,247 06 
21 36 



$968 00 

4,892 00 

21,647 60 

300 00 

832 00 

628 00 



$802,667 03 



18,249 26 



$820,916 28 



320 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Statement V. 



Bacpenses ftor 19M In Detoll. 



Details 266-269. 



DETAIL No. 266. 

Massachusetts Soldiers^ Home. 

[Bes. 1904, chap. 64; ActB 1904, chap. 407.] 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid its trustees, . 



DETAIL No. 267. 

Commission on Records op Massachusetts Volun- 
teers IN THE Civil War, 

[Res. 1904, chap. 16; Acts 1899, chap. 476; 1904, chap. 89.] 



Samuel Dal ton, 
Wm. M. Olin 
Henry E. Tomer 



COMMISSIONSBS. 



»n, I 
iier, ) 



Withoat oomi>ensation. 



Edward T. Bony^, 



GOMFII<BB. 



Clkbkb 



William H. A lline, 
Lonis S. Perley, 
William E. Reed, . 
William A. Hill, . 
Charles D. Densmore, 
Charlotte S. Tattle, 



91,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
780 00 



EZPBNBBB. 

Stationery, etc., $163 71 

Printing, 132 98 

Postage, 10 00 

Miscellaneoas, 3 06 



$2,200 00 



7,380 00 



309 76 



DETAIL No. 268. 

Preservation of War Records. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 16 ; Acts 1904, chap. 190.] 



Restoring and binding, 



DETAIL No. 269. 

Veterans of the Civil War who have not received 

Bounties. 



[Res. 1903, chap. 100; Acts 190S, chap. 486.] 



Linns E. Clark, servioes. 
Postage, etc., . 



Amount carried forward, 




$820,916 28 
30,000 00 



9,889 75 



1,019 00 



582 31 



$862,357 34 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



321 



Statement V. 



EacpemsM Itor 1904 In Detail. DETAILS 270-273. 



DBTAIIi No. 270. 

Testimonial to Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Spain. 

[ReB. 1902» chap. 68; Acts 1903, chap. 841.] 



Amount brought forward. 



Stationery, etc., 

Printing, 

Postage,. 



$15 85 

12 60 

4 00 



DBTAIIi No. 271. 

Bounties to Massachusetts Volunteers of 1861. 

[Res. 1904, chap. 94; Acts 1904, chap. 461.] 



George Newhall, 



DBTAIIi No. 272. 

Bounty Claims Commission. 



Printing, 



DBTAIIi No. 278. 

Testimonial to First Regiment Massachusetts 

Volunteers of 1861. 

[Res. 1908, chap. 83; Acts 1908, chap. 486.] 



Printing 1,600 copies of testimonial, 

Postage, 

Clerical serrice, .... 



Total State aid and other war expenses, 1904, 




$862,857 34 



82 45 



126 00 



34 44 



669 03 



$863,218 26 



322 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



Eicpenses Iter 19«4 In Detotl. DETAILS 274, 275. 



REFORMATORY AND CORRECTIONAL. 



DBTAIL. No. 274. 

Board of Prison Commissioners. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 222; Acts 1902, chap. 436.] 



GOMHI88IONBB8. 
Frederick G. Pettigrove, chairmaD, 
Mary V. O'Callaghan, ] 
Henry Parkman, 
Margaret P. Bussell, . 
Arthur H. Wellman, . 



Without oompenBatiOD. 



J. "Warren Bailey, 



G. E. Cornwall, 
G. H. Colgate, 
P. T. Davis, . 
H. Richardson, 



Sbcbetabt. 



Agxnts. 



91,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 



Clerks. 



Mary M. Joy, 
Martha J. Leavltt, 
M. Alice Brooks, . 
Elizabeth A. Quirk, 
Bosella McArdle, . 
Sara M. Lane, . 



Sl.OOO 00 
1,000 00 
940 00 
795 00 
746 00 
175 00 



COKTmaBNT EXPBVSBB. 

Carriage hire. 

Newspapers, publications, etc.. 

Postage, .... 

Printing, .... 

Printing 2,900 copied annual report, 

Stationery and office supplies. 

Stenographers, 

Sundries, .... 

Telephone and telegrams, 

Tbavblling Ezpbnsbb. 
Commissioners, .... 

Agents, 

Carriage hire, .... 



S28 45 

76 70 

311 90 

696 a*) 

914 34 

197 12 

.35 00 

71 53 

150 42 



$415 41 

2,433 61 

19 00 



$4,000 00 



2,600 00 



5,200 00 



4,655 00 



2,481 51 



2,868 02 



DETAIL No. 276. 

Aiding Prisoners discharged from State Prison. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 226, sects. 136-142; Acts 1904, chap. 50.] 



Board, . 
Clothing, 



EXPBNDBD FOB ASSISTANCB. 



AmoujitB carried forward, 



$1,373 90 
540 00 



$1,913 30 



$21,704 53 



$21,704 53 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6 



323 



Statjbmemt v. 



Kacpenses fl»r 19^4 1a l>etell. 



Details 276-278. 



AiDiHQ Prisoners discharged from State Ybison ^ Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, .... 

Sundries, 

Tools, 

Travelling expenses, 


91,913 30 

94 66 
1.S3 03 
376 36 


921,704 53 
2,517 34 






DBTAIIi No. 276. 

Agent for aiding Discharged Female Prisoners. 

[Reyised Laws, chap. 225, sects. 136-142; Acts 1904, chap. 60.] 




Agbnt. 
Georgia A. Bnssell, 

Expended fob Assistance. 

Board, $412 52 

Clothing 1,091 37 

Employment fees, 79 75 

Temporary asylum, .... 354 60 


91,000 00 
2,999 66 






3,999 66 






DETAIL No. 277. 

Aiding Prisoners discharged from Massachusetts 

Reformatory. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 225, sects. 136-142; Acts 1904, chap. 50.] 




Expended fob Assistance. 

Board, 

Clothing 

Sundries, 

Tools, 

Travelling expenses, 


$1,899 79 

1,139 06 

85 10 

224 39 

1,284 86 


4,633 20 






DETATT. No. 278. 

Removal of Prisoners to and from State and 

County Prisons. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 229, sects. 108-112; Acts 1904, chap. 60.] 




Special Distbict Police Officbbb. 
Philip T.Davis : — 

Services S300 00 

Expenses, 1,021 79 


91,321 79 
60 00 
34 00 
29 09 
19 07 




George E. Cornwall, 

P. F. Hanlev, 

E. S. Kingsley 

D. P. Brigham, 




Amounts carried forward, .... 


$1,463 95 


982,854 73 



324 



AUDITORS REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



t»r ■••4 In DetaU. 



Detail 279. 



Removal of Prisoners to and from State and County Prisons — 

CoTicluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 

W. A. Wltham, . 
J. A. Tavlor, 
J. F. Snllivan, 




DETAIL No. 270. 

Reclamation of Waste Land by Prisoners. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 22S; Acts 1908, cbap. 437.] 



Indvbtbial Camp fok Pbiboksbs at Rutlakd. 

Superintendent. 

W. A. Wltham, 

Instrootors, watchmen, etc., as per pay roll. 



CoTitrcuits. 
J. A. Carter, .... 
£. Van Norden Company, 
Sellen & Foster, . 



93,500 00 
668 00 
200 00 



Groceries and Provisions. 
Beans, peas, etc., .... 
Batter, cheese, etc., 

Fish, 

Flour and meal, .... 
Meat, canned and fresh. 

Soap, 

Sugar, 

Sundries, 

Tea, coffee, etc., .... 

Tobacco 

Vegetables 



$75 65 

62 42 

117 80 

310 50 

826 47 

60 80 

106 82 

136 41 

86 70 

108 68 

227 10 



Stores and Supplies. 
Agricultural implements, 
Brushes, brooms, etc., 
Cement, lime, sand, etc 
Coal, 

Cooking apparatus, 
Com, oats, etc., 
Crockery, glassware, etc 
Fertilizers, . 
Fire extinguishers, 
Furniture and repairs, 
Hardware, tools, etc.. 
Hay, straw, etc., . 
Lamps, lanterns, etc., 
Lumoer, 
Metal roofing. 
Oil, illuminating, . 
Paints, oils, etc., . 
Stoves and repairs. 
Sundries, 

Wagons and repairs. 
Window and door frames, 
Wire railings. 



Amounts carried forward. 



•222 70 

60 00 
242 07 
177 61 
124 24 

91 90 

67 41 
268 60 

69 00 
177 50 
823 18 
388 51 

84 08 

1,266 43 

13:^ 36 

63 36 
117 80 

8140 

360 34 
1.% 00 
104 00 

361 00 



91,446 66 
1,683 01 



3,268 00 



2,102 25 



4,874 39 



$13,374 31 



$32,854 73 



1,476 82 



$34,830 55 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



325 



Statement V. 



Exp«nM« Iter 19Q4 Ia Detotl. 



Detail 280. 



Reclamation op Waste Land by Prisoners — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward, 


• • 


913,374 31 


Misoetlaneous. 






J. A. Carter, services and work done 






outside of contract, . . . . 


9438 00 




H. B. Hard, architect, . 






75 00 




Expreasage, . 






207 11 




Freight,. 






143 76 




Horses, . 






600 00 




Lahor, .... 






156 87 




Live stock, . 






327 fiO 




Sundries, 






229 67 




Surreys, plans, etc., 
Trayelling expenses. 






40000 








529 38 








3,107 14 















DBTAIL No. 280. 

Expenses of State Prison. 

[Revised Laws, chap. 2-23; Acts 1904, chap. 37.] 



8ALABIK8, Wages and Labor. 

Oerieral Administration, 

Benjamin F. Bridges, warden, . 94,000 00 

N. D. Allen, deputv warden, . 2,000 00 

£. A. Darling, clerk, .... 2,000 00 

J. W, F. Barnes, chaplain, . . . 2,000 00 

J. I. McLaughlin ^physician, 1,500 00 
G. E. Greenongh, engineer, from Sep^ 

tember, 1904, 1,151 38 

E. B. Currier, engineer, to September, 

1904 935 62 

G. A. Evans, assistant engineer, from 

September, 1904 302 78 

F. B. Detheridge, electrician, . 1,200 00 



Turnkeys. 

A. Fraser, $1,200 00 

J. Fuller, 1,200 00 

G. McDonald, 1,200 00 

J. H. Piper, 1,200 00 



C. E. Aldrich, 
S. B. Anderson, 
£. F. Benjamin, 
W. H. Buswell, 
M. J. Cass, . 
L. L. Caswell, 
H. E. Chellis, 
P. S. Crockett, 
B. L. Darling, 
A. E. Day, 
T. W. Devens, 
T. H. Donovan, 
J. S. Douelas, 
F. H. Drstke, . 
A. L. Durgin, 



Watchman. 



91,200 00 
1.200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 



Amounts carried forward, 



915,089 78 



4,800 00 



934,880 55 



16,481 45 



919,889 78 



950,812 00 



326 



AUDrrOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statement V. 



for ]••« In DetoU. 



Detail 280. 



Expenses of State Prison— Continued. 



Amounts brought forward, 

P. G. Fraaer, . 
F. W. GKwdwln, 
J. W. Gwinn, 
M. Hemenway, 
F. E. Hewitt, 
W. J. Howard, 
H. W. Hunting, 
B. O. Hyde, . 
H. 8. Lyman, 
8. McFarland, 
J. A. Morley, 
J. H. Gates, . 
M. C. O'Gonnell, 
T. Preston, . 
B. B. Sleeper, 
B. Stevens, . 

F. W. Taft, . 

D. B. Taylor, 
P. H. Temple, 
J. H. Townsend, 

E. H. Witham, 
W. A. Witham, 
V. D. York, . 
W. F. Glarke, first class from September, 
E. E. Rogers, first olass from December, 

J. G. Taft 

B. W. Ball, 

G. S. Temple, first class from Angast, . 
W. F. Haynes, second class from April, 
A. J. McLeod, second olass from May, 
H. Godendorf, 
R. C. Hill, . 
W. B. Sandbdm, 
E. W, Loring, 
W. L. Wood, . 
M. W. Downing, 
E. L. Kielv, resigned, September, 
G. G. J. Harcoort, resigned, August, 
G. B. Pillsbury, resigned, April, . 
I. B. McGarigle, died July 2i3, 



91,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,061 66 

1,013 44 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

966 67 

»38 34 

933 34 

800 00 

800 00 

662 22 

288 31 

269 68 

211 94 

800 00 

736 48 

400 00 

573 33 



Food. 

Beans, 9661 10 

Bread and crackers, .... 394 34 

Butter and butterine, .... 189 40 

Gereals, rice, meal, etc., . 1,071 35 

Cheese 131 61 

Eggs, 114 90 

Flour 9,119 47 

Fish 1,691 14 

Fruit, 936 14 

Meats 11,115 62 

Milk, 3,938 16 

Molasses, 54 64 

Sugar, 2,178 93 

Sundries, 622 46 

Tea, coffee, broma and cocoa, 469 42 

Vegetables, 6,441 31 



Amounts carried forward. 



919,889 78 



68,944 41 



37,928 79 



9116,762 98 



960,812 00 



960,812 00 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



327 



Statement V. 



WiMWWkm— far ]9«4 1a ]»«t»il. 



Detail 880. 



Expenses of State Prison — Continued, 



Amounts brought forward. 
Clothing and Clothing Matsbial. 



$890 58 

732 75 

3,138 58 

64 20 

10 13 

360 25 



Boots, shoes and rubbers, 

Clothing, 

Dry goods for clothing and small wares, 

Furnishing goods, 

Hats and caps, 

Leather and shoe findings, . 

FURNIBHINOS. 

Beds, bedding, table linen, etc., . 
Brushes, brooms, etc., .... 
Carpets, rugs, etc., .... 
Crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc., 
Furniture and upholstery. 
Kitchen furnishings, .... 

Sundries, 

Wooden ware, buckets, pails, etc.. 

Heat, Light and Powbb. 

Coal, $11,835 76 

Electricity, 11 33 

Gas, 1,292 70 

Oil 465 10 

Sundries, 138 04 



$968 23 


312 32 


134 87 


41 13 


39 13 


2 00 


4 38 


29 00 



Rbpairs and Improvbmbntb. 

Bricks $76 90 

Cement, lime and plaster, . . . 90 60 

Electrical work and supplies, . 523 42 

Hardware, iron, steel, etc., 676 34 

Lumber, 403 96 

Machinery, etc, 851 75 

Mechanics and laborers (not on pay roll) , 235 20 

Paints, oils, glass, etc., .... 1,152 08 

Plumbing, steam fitting and supplies, . 791 22 

Roofing and materials 91 70 

Sundries 335 42 



Farm, Stable and Gboundb. 

Blacksmith and supplies, . $87 75 

Carriages, wagons and repairs, . 78 11 

Fertilizers, vines, seeds, etc., 96 92 

Harness and repairs, .... 29 26 

Hay, grain, etc., • 524 21 

Live stock, horses, .... 125 00 

Sundries, 58 73 

Tools, farm machines, etc., ... 8 26 



MiSCKLLANEOUS. 

Books, periodicals, etc.. 
Chapel services and entertainments. 
Freight, ezpressage and transportation. 
Fire extinguishers, .... 

Gratuities , . 

Ice, 

Labor (not on pay roll) , 
Medical attendance, nurses, etc. (extra) , 
Medicines and hospital supplies, . 
Postage, 

Amounts carried forward, 



$399 99 
153 10 
122 66 
120 00 
603 00 
523 35 

2,493 87 

307 25 

924 36 

30 00 



$116,762 98 



6,196 49 



1,531 06 



13,742 93 



5,228 49 



1,008 24 



$143,470 19 



$50,812 00 



$60,812 00 



328 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Statembnt v. 



BzpenMs Wmr 1»«4 in ]»«tell. 



Dbtail 281. 



Expenses of State Prison — Concluded. 



Amounts brought forward. 


• • 


9143,470 19 


$00,812 00 


Printing and printing supplies, 


. $38623 






Betum of runaways. 


100 00 






School books and school supplies, 


314 48 






Soap and laundry snpplies, . 


1,083 70 






Stationery and office supplies, 


772 11 






Sundries 


665 36 






Telephone and telegraph. 


368 18 






TraToI and expenses (officials) , . 


429 9B 






Tobacco, 


. 2,668 61 






Water, 


. 4,074 30 


16,260 42 












381. 




169,720 61 






DBTAIL No. S 






Expenses of Massachusetts Reformatory. 




[Revised Laws, chaps. 223 and 226; 


Acts 1904, chap. 82.] 




Salabiss, Waobs and Labok. 






General Administration. 








Charles S. Hart, superintendent, . 


. «3,600 00 






P. W. Allen, deputy superin tea dent, . 


. 2,000 00 






C. W. Wales, clerk, . . . , 


2,000 00 






W.J. Batt, chaplain, . 


. 2,000 00 






T. Ghamberlin, physician, . 


. 1,000 00 






P. H. Bullock, engineer. 


, 1,600 00 










912,000 00 




Turnkeys. 








G. V. Ball, 


91,200 00 






B. W. Browning, 


1,200 00 






W. S. Leland, 


1,200 00 






W. A. Parsons, 


1,200 00 


4,800 00 










Watchman. 








J. P. Allen, 


. 91,200 00 






D. L. Ball, . 






1,200 00 






D. N. Barrett, 






. 1,200 00 






G. W. Blake, 






1,200 00 






W. W. Blossom, . 






1,200 00 






J. Bordman, . 






1,200 00 






G. W. Bourne, 






1,200 00 






J. Bowers, 






1,200 00 


• 




G. M. Bowker, 


• 




1,200 00 






J. L. Bruce, . 






. 1,200 00 






F. H. Burrill, 






. 1,200 00 






W. Chaplin, . 






1,200 00 






J. V. Chapman, 






. 1,200 00 






J. N. Chase, . 






. 1,200 QO 






J. H. Chase, . 






1,200 00 






W. A. Curley, 






3,200 00 






A. £. Elmes, . 






. 1,200 00 






F. E. Emery, . 






. 1,200 00 

. i,5oooo 






J. F. Fuller, . 










F. W. Gale, . 






. 1,200 00 






H. L. Greene, 






. 1,200 00 






E. H. Hatch, 






1,200 00 






B. F. Howe, . 






, 1,200 00 

• • 






Amounts carrie 


dfor 


ward. 


916,800 00 


9210,632 61 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 6. 



329 



Statement V. 



for ]9«4 lA Detotl. 



Detail 281. 



Expenses of Massachusetts Reformatory — Continued. 



Amounts brought forward^ 

^Xa V OVf • * • • • • • 

C. F. Jndge, 

Q. F. Knowles 

D. A. Lakin, 

J. B. Lawrence, 

J. H. Loring, 

£. J. S. Miller, 

K. T. McKenzie 

B. Neflf 

W. Park, 

A. E. Payson, 

P. Prendergast, 

H. H. Qua, 

F. W. Beed, 

G. S. Bobinaon, 

P. Bowen, 

E. £. Shattaok, 

M. B. Steams, 

C. H. Sweeney, 

F. H. Watson, 

J.D.Wilson, 

W. H. Wood, 

W. A. Wright, 

G. W. Young, 

S. T. Blood, 

W. Jenness, 

J. J. Gonnorton, 

L. M. Harris, . . . . . 

M. E. Wright 

G. A. Kendall, 

G. X. O'Connell, first class from May, 

B. F. Bussell, to August, 

A. M. Hiz, second class from May, 
L. P. Fallon, died March 22, . 

Industrial Dbpa&thbnt. 
Superintende?it. 



•1,200 00 
1.200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00