HARVARD CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY.

Mr. Waterman, the superintendent, has made out a corrected copy of the financial statement which was presented at the annual meeting. It was known at that time, that owing to the haste of preparation, the statement was not perfectly accurate, but this corrected copy shows the errors to be very slight. By it we see that the present worth of the society is $3 6.60. But this balance is tied up in the stock in trade, so that the capital ready for use at any time must be necessarily small.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, FEBRUARY 6, 1884.Resources.

Bank balance, $66 83

Supt's cash balance, 89 70

Society's stock in store, 889 63

Due on various accounts, 302 12-$1,348 28

Liabilities.

Dues as proceeds from sales of

Second-hand books, $93 35

Due on various accounts, 868-33-$961 68

Net, present worth, 386 60

$1,348 28