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MEMORIAL HALL - AUDITOR'S REPORT.

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DR.

Bills paid (less water bill) $1,1533.37

Water charge. * 0.00

Interest on debt 241.55

Interest on advances 7.31

Reduction of debt 166.67

Summer repairs 175.00

Crockery assenssment 94.32

Allowance for Sunday absence 258.90

Stock on hand March 1 2.322.34

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$14,799.46

CR.

Stock on hand April 1 $2,107.45

Sale of bones and grease 252.38

" swill 30.50

" cold food, etc 132.47

Extras ordered 1,301.50

Work on office charged to surplus, 45.00

Crockery " " 2.50

Gas and coal charged to Sanders

Theatre 7.09

Balance 10,920.47

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$14,799.46

*A reduction in the price of water makes the amount charged on the two preceding statements sufficient for the term.

Dividing the balance, $10,920.47, by 2358, the number of weeks, gives $4.63, and adding head money, .03, we have $4.66 as the cost of board per week during the month of March.

An analysis of $4.66 gives the following result:

Total per mo. Per w'k

Provisions $7,421.05 $3.15

Service 1,929.76 .85

Coal 356.40 .15

Water 0.00 .00

Gas 142.32 .06

Crockery assessment 94.32 .04

Interest 248.86 .11

Reduction of debt 166.67 .07

Summer repairs 175.00 .07

Repairs 27.50 .01

Allowance for Sunday

absence 258.90 .11

Miscellaneous 99.69 .04

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4.63

Head money .03

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$10,920.47 $4.66

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