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MEMORIAL HALL DINING ASSOCIATION.

Auditor's Report for April, 1883.

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DR.

Bills paid $9,589.25

Water charge 27.18

Interest on debt 241.55

Interest on advances 213.45

Reduction of debt 166.67

Summer repairs 175.00

Crockery assessment 81.72

Allowance for Sunday absence 274.40

Stock on hand April 1, 1883 2,107.45

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$12,876.67

CR.

Stock on hand May 1st, 1883 $2,046.29

Sales of bones and grease 184.10

Sales of swill 26.00

Sales of cold food 75.00

Extras ordered 1,212.80

Work on office charged to surplus, 212.86

Crockery charged to surplus 92.23

Coal charge to Sanders Theatre 1.70

Balance 9,025.69

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$12,876.67

Dividing this balance, $9,025.69, by 2,043 (the number of weeks) gives $4.42, and adding head-money, 5 cents, we have $4.47, or say $4.50, as cost of board per week during the month of April. An analysis of this charge of $4.47 gives the following result:

TOTAL FOR M'TH. PER W'K

Provisions, $5,574.66 $2.73

Service 1,798.41 .88

Coal 273.05 .13

Water 27.18 .01

Gas 69.01 .04

Crockery assessment 81.72 .04

Interest 455.00 .22

Reduction of debt 166.67 .08

Summer repairs 175.00 .09

Repairs 41.98 .02

Allowance for Sunday

absence 274.40 .14

Miscellaneous 88.61 .04

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$9,025.69 $4.42

Head-money .05

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$4.47

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