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Summary statement of ralue of subsistence stores received, issued, and remaining on hand at

Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteers, during the year ending December 31, 1878.

DR.

CR. To value of stock on hand

$5, 552 28 To cash for purchases...

148, 299 65 To cash value of stores received from Ast. C.

49, 432 29 To cash value of stores received from Ast. K..

6,316 15 To cash value of transportation, Ast. O....

995 62 To cash value of transportation from cigar-shop

1,793 92 To cash salary of steward....

1, 399 92 To wages bakers and employés in subsistence department. 2,517 80 To freight, express, and incidental expenses

333 68 By value of issues to beneficiaries....

$198, 416 62 By value of sales to officers, employés, &c.

8,687 33 By value of stores issued extra....

745 17 By cash and value of grease and garbage sold, &c

3, 406 83 By value stores expended..

79 31 By value stores on hand

5, 306 05

216, 641 31 216, 641 31

The following is the cost of the ration for the quarters and for the year ending December 31, 1878:

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Cash receipts and expenditures Home store, year ending December 31, 1878.

CR.

To cash on hand January 1, 1878
To cash received for merchandise
To cash received for store chocks by sales from merchandise..
To cash received from George A. Blocher for carrying mail..
To cash received from amusemente..
By cash expended for merchandise
By cash expended for expenses
By cash expended for profit and loss
By cash expended for library
By cash expended for subsistence
By cash expended for manufactures ..
By cash expended for store checks redeemed
By cash exponded for memorial hall...
By cash expended for amusements
Cash balance December 31, 1878.

DR.
$153 40
24, 136 80
16, 038 78

405 00
642 31

$28, 505 11

3,030 47 2, 104 93 657 21

88 14 240 90

364 33 5, 405 62 902 36 77 17

41,376 29 41,376 29 I certify that the above is a correct statement of receipts and expenditures for the time stated.

R. E. FLEMING,

Secretary

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National Homo for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Central Branch--Balance-sheet Home store for the ydar ending Decomber 31, 1878.

185 Merchandise.
207 Cash....
222 Store cheoks
173 Stocks
284 Profit and loss
168 Manufactures
164 Subsistence
194 William Kirfaber & Bro
390 Walker, McGraw & Co

I certify that the above is a correct balance sheet for the time stated.

R. E. FLEMING. Secretary.

Cash receipts and expenditures, contingent fund, year ending December 31, 1878.

CR.

DR. To cash balance January 1, 1878......

$1,358 25 To cash received for fines..

5, 135 61 By remission of fines to beneficiaries in consideration of subsequent good conduct.

$2,930 80 By cash expended for amusements...

193 89 By cash loaned to fund for the construction of memorial hall...

1.750 00 By cash for profit and loss, and for newspapers furnished the various offices of the Home, shops, &c., for lectures, telegrams, transportation for impecunions inmates to and froin their homes, for costumes, dramas, music, &c., Home Dramatic Club, National Minstrels, for decorating buildings 4th July and on reception of honorable Board of Managers, when on their annual visit to the Home, books for library, &c.

1, 103 57 By cash balance December 31, 1878..

513 60

6, 493 86 6,493 86

I certify that the above is a correct statement of receipts and expenditures for the time stated.

R. E. FLEMING,

Secretary.

Statement of the number of offenses committed at the Central Branch, National Home for Dis

abled Volunteer Soldiers, during year ending December 31, 1878. 3,754 men committed no offenscs....

3, 754 713 men committed 1 offense.

713 298 men committed 2 offenses.

596 158 men committed 3 offenses..

474 72 men committed 4 offenses..

288 36 men committed 5 offenses ....

180 18 men committed 6 offenses...

108 17 men committed 7 offenses..

119 4 men committed 8 offenses.. 6 men committed 9 offenses..

54 2 men committed 10 offenses..

20 1 man committed 11 offenses..

11 1 man committed 12 offenses..

12 1 man committed 13 offenses.

13 4 men committed 14 offenses.

56 4 men committed 15 offenses. 1 man committed 16 offenses.

16 1 man committed 17 offenses ..

17 1 man committed 19 offenses.

19 1 man committed 22 offenses..

1, 339

Total number of offenses.....

2,810

Committed no offenses.
Committed offenses

3,754 1, 339

5,093

Total number cared for, year 1878 ..... The following copies of post returns marked A, B, C, D, and E, for the four quarters and for the year ending December 31, 1878, and statement of the average number of beneficiaries present, absent, sick, total gain and loss from all causes, with the whole number cared for each year since the Home was established, marked F, will be found of interest to yon, and are respectfully submitted.

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The National Home for Disabloul Volunteer Soldiers, Central Branch-Poat roturn for the quarter ending Maroh 31, 1878.

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The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Central BranchPost return for the quarter ending June 30, 1878.

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