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EXHIBIT A.-SCHEDULE No. 1 STATEMENT OF Cash RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED

DECEMBER 31, 1918 Balance, January 1, 1918. ........

$13,815.57

RECEIPTS

Overpayments .......
Dues ........
Subscriptions ..............
Sale of books purchased....
Advertisements .........
Interest on investments—bank balances..
Postage ........
Binding .......
Life membership fee....
Sale of extra publications..
Sale of Proceedings..
Credits ................
Sundries
Certified checks

$73.63 10,743.88 3,365.37 4,310.66 1,603.85 4,080.86

65.05 100.60

240.00
216,078.70

885.73
111.46

156.52
11,241.00

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DISBURSEMENTS Printing and binding Proceedings...

$20,441.45 Printing and binding extra publications............ 144,219.99 Salaries .........

8,430.44 Contributors ........

3,318.75 Authors of books (royalties)......

21,766.25 Postage and telegrams....

3,371.92 Expressage, freight and hauling....

2,499.57 Board meetings ....................

637.68 Purchase of books for sale...

3,164.06 Office expense-stationery, supplies, etc....

2,167.00 Advertising .......

451.20 Prize essay award.........

200.00 Certified checks .....

1,200.00 First honorable mention award...

200.00 Second honorable mention award..

125.00 Engraving prize essay bar and case...

4.50 Overpayments ........

122.13 Purchase Liberty Loan bonds.............

10,000.00 Sundries ...

27.90 Office furniture ....

288.61 Insurance ............................

181.60 Dues—refunded ..

37.50

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Balance, December 31, 1918 ........
Seaman's Bank for Savings, New York City.

Balance as per letter dated January 16, 1919. Rhode Island Hospital Trust Co., Providence,

R. I. Balance as per letter dated January 16, 1919. Annapolis Banking and Trust Company,

Annapolis, Maryland. Balance as per letter dated January 15, 1919. Society for Savings, Hartford, Conn.

Balance as per letter dated January 16, 1919. Farmers' National Bank, Annapolis, Maryland. Balance as per statement dated January 3, 1919 ........

......... Less Outstanding Checks. #2747

3171 3439 3498 3752

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5.00 32.00 30.00

5.00 10.00 11.68 19.25 13.28 63.09 23.40 65.44 401.94 30.83

7.53 273.02 457.43

14.61 603.09 21.48 4.93 3.26 32.68 266.62 65.44 30.00 35.00 20.00 25.00

4.00 18.00 52.00 32.00 26.00 63.00 39.00 19.50 10.00

5.00 10.00 1.00

2,881.34 $25,113.66 $18,893.42

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$44,017.33 EXHIBIT A.-SCHEDULE No. 2

SECURITIES (Bonds) DECEMBER 31, 1918 Southern Railway (96).

Par 6 $1000 5% registered gold bonds, #M257-247-475 Value

Value 476-477-478, due July 1, 1994. ......

$6,000.00 $5,760,00 Washington Railway and Electric Company (72). 2 $1000 4% 50-year gold consolidated mortgage bonds, #2183-2184, due July 1, 1951 ........

2,000.00 1,440.00 Northern Pacific and Great Northern R. R. (9572). 8 $1000 joint bonds registered 4%, due July 1, 1921,

# M13253-4-5-11769-70-1-11171-2. 2 $5000 C. B.
and Q. collateral registered 4%, due July 1, 1921,
#5199-5401 ........

18,000.00 17,190.00 Northern Pacific Ry. (601). 4 $1000 3% registered gold bonds, #M1610-1-2

1650. 1 $5000 3% registered gold bond, #1123.
3 $1000 3% registered gold bonds, # M21543-4-5,

general lien due January 1, 2047................ 12,000.00 7,260.00 B. and O. R. R. Company. 1 $5000 ist mtge. 4% 50-year gold registered, due

February 17, 1960, #A436 (801/2)............... 5,000.00 4,025.00 1 $1000 ist mtge. 4% 50-year gold registered, due February 17, 1960, #M1230 (802)......

1,000.00 805.00 3 $1000 prior lien 37%, due 1925, #S. M. 383-4-5 (89) .....

3,000.00 2,670.00 ($8,134.09 of these bonds belongs to the

Reserve Fund.) Potomac Electric Power Company (95). 2 $1000 5%, #833-4, due June 1, 1929.....

2,000.00 1,900.00 New York City Registered 474% (96/2).

I $7000, #588, due March 1, 1962, corporate stock 7,000.00 6,755.00 372% Liberty Loan Bonds Registered.

5 $1000, #6033-4-5-6-7, due June 15, 1947........... 5,000.00 *5,000.00 4% Liberty Loan Bonds 2d 1917.

3 $1000, #16830-1-2, due November 15, 1927....... 3,000.00 3,000.00 474% Liberty Loan Bonds.

5 $1000, #26484-5-6-7-8, due September 15, 1928... 5,000.00 5,000.00 44% Liberty Loan Bonds, receipts......... ......

5,000.00 5,000.00 $74,000.00 $65,805.00

EXHIBIT A.-SCHEDULE No. 3

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE, DECEMBER 31, 1918
Back dues ..............

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Subscriptions
Advertisements ....
Extra publications ...

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2.76

1.70

EXHIBIT A.-SCHEDULE No. 4

Accounts PAYABLE, DECEMBER 31, 1918 Lord Baltimore Press..........................

............ $34,886.00 C. and P. Telephone Company........

2.05 R. Beresford .........

375.90 L. K. Murrill Company.....

495.85 D. Van Nostrand Company.

34.15 Lippincott Co...

29.49 Lucas Brothers ...

56.88 Baker and Taylor ...........

1.80 Meyer and Thalheimer..

20.73 Wiley and Sons........

9.38 Little, Brown and Company..

3-35 Longmans, Green and Company.....

7.31 Century Company ......

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Doubleday, Page and Company.
Lea and Febiger ........
Funk and Wagnalls Company. .
E. P. Dutton and Company........
Macmillan Company ...
McGraw Hill Book Company...
A. and C. Black.........
Stevens and Brown...............

3.88 Inter Film Service. ................... Blackiston Sons and Company...

3-70 American R. R. Express Company....

952.15 Roycrofters ....

1.60 Scribner's Sons Company.......

30.66 E. N. Appleton. ...........

3,710.85 James Gantt ................... Postmaster, Annapolis, Maryland...

41.90 Naval Academy Officers' Mess..

1.40 Western Union Telegraph Company. ...

3.09 H. K. Fly Company........... Putnam's Sons ...... E. Wilkinson ......

150.45 Sundry authors, royalties

588.42 Overpayments

30.00

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EXHIBIT A.-SCHEDULE No. 5

ADVANCED PAYMENTS, DECEMBER 31, 1918
Advertisements ....
Dues ...........
Subscriptions

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EXHIBIT A. SCHEDULE No. 6
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES FOR THE YEAR ENDED

DECEMBER 31, 1918
Inventory, January 1, 1918.

Extra publications ................. $9,314.20
Extra numbers of Proceedings.....

300.00

$9,614.26 Add: Purchases for year.

Books for sale..................... $3,308.96
Printing and binding Proceedings,.. 21,399.23
Printing & binding extra publication. 172,467.02

197,175.21

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Deduct: Inventory, December 31, 1918.

Extra publications .. ........ $15,159.96
Extra numbers of Proceedings......
Expressage, freight and hauling..... $2,994.33
Contributors ....................... 3,318.75
Authors of books (royalties).........
Prize essay award................... 200.00
First honorable mention award...... 200.00
Second honorable mention award.... 125.00
Postage and telegrams.............. 3,350.00
Engraving prize essay bar and case... 4.50

Cost of publications sold.......
Profit on sale of publications, etc......

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EXPENSES

Salaries .........
Office expenses
Board meetings ......
Insurance
Lawyer's fee ........
Advertising ..

$8.430.44
2,081.27
637.68
101.60
150.45
451.20

$11,852.64

Total expenses ....

5.45% on cost.

4.77% on sales. Bonds charged off. ................... $8,195.00 Furniture charged off................ 1,139.36

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Total deductions ................. Excess of income over deductions trans

ferred to surplus....................

Sale of extra publications.......
Sale of books...
Sale of Proceedings......

Total sale of publications..
Subscriptions ....
Advertising ....
Binding

Total sale of publications, etc.........

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