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1 Estimated.

2 Par value $50.

Par value $500. 4 Unincorporated. 5 Par value $25. 6 Manufacture of gas, minor portion of business.

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The companies in Adams, Amherst, Athol, Beverly, Blackstone, Charlestown, Clinton, Easthampton, Fitchburg, Lawrence,

Lynn, Nantucket, New Bedford, Newburyport, North Adams, Oak Bluffs, Revere and Winthrop, Spencer, Stoughton, Webster and Southbridge and Williamstown supply gas and electricity.

The following statistics exhibit a summary of the financial operations of all the companies in the State compiled from the items relating to the manufacture and sale of gas in the returns of the last two years made to the Board:

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FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30.

1909.

1 Five last year.

$3,202,666 71
35,274 52
502,845 76

860,698 39

$4,601,485 38

$450,274 19

3,214,252 78
423,779 87

$4,088,306 84

$513,178 54

1909.

ASSETS:

834,245 36
666,708 93

Real estate, machinery, street mains and meters, $49,253,465 76
Cash on hand,
Due for gas,
Other accounts due,
Materials, etc.,
Notes receivable,
Investments, etc.,
Electric assets,

440,927 40

1

Seven of the companies appear not to have earned expenses, and seventeen 2 others have not earned sufficient to warrant the declaration of any dividend.

The receipts from gas sold by meter show an increase of $635,841.66. The receipts from sales for public lamps have increased by $465.08.

In Appendix A will be found, under date of June 30, 1910, the separate balance sheets, profit and loss and manufacturing accounts of the gas companies, as taken from the annual returns, with corrections made by the Board after their examination and correspondence with the officers of the several companies.

Aggregates from these balance sheets and those in the returns of 1909 show the following facts:

JUNE 30.

2,321,864 92

176,410 84 699,070 01 8,005,732 03

$62,398,425 25

1910.

$3,583,883 96 26,803 66 1,594,864 89

817,986 07

$6,023,538 58

$402,835 44 3,090,951 21 2,009,642 22

$5,503,428 87

$520,109 71

Twenty-one last year.

1910.

$51,041,230 44 1,187,313 97 675,049 26

549,910 60 2,271,409 20

146,687 95 1,311,528 85 7,836,778 62

$65,019,908 89

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Easthampton,

Lawrence,

Lynn,

Sixty-four in 1909.

Amherst,

Blackstone,

Citizens' (Nantucket),

$39,050
20,000

13,100

25,800

818,400

754,600

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Total,

$7,469,652 44
84,034 76
$7,385,617 68
682,298 23

$8,067,915 91
25

$55,012,807 57
7,385,617 68

$57,020,276 06
7,999,632 83

$62,398,425 25 $65,019,908 89

1910.

JUNE 30.

Nine in 1909.

Spencer.

Suburban (Revere),

Webster,

76,540 00 384,472 95

1,652 77 56,150 63 12,640,987 41

$56,192,088 59

828,187 47

1910.

Taxes.

The valuation of the property of the several companies as fixed by the local assessors may be found in detail in Appendix C. The aggregate valuation of all the companies is $44,304,320. Certain companies, however, have electric light plants, and the assessed value of such whenever separately returned is as follows:

$8,166,376 14 166,743 31

$7,999,632 83 828,187 47

$8,827,820 30 25.65

$7,400 468,772

148,075

$2,295,197

The value of the gas plants as assessed by the local assessors is then, in round numbers, probably not far from

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