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been made. This work is equal to five hundred and sixteen feet of avenue eighteen feet wide.

Two lots have been enclosed with granite curbing, and one iron fence has been removed. About one hundred and fifty tablets and several handsome monuments have been erected.

The number of interments during the year, exclusive of those made in the City Cemetery, was five hundred and fortyfour. Whole number of interments to May 1st, five thousand three hundred and sixty-five.

The report of the Committee on Accounts, on the part of this Board, is appended.

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GEO. D. RICKER, President.
SOLOMON B. STEBBINS,
CHARLES CAVERLY, JR.,
SAMUEL B. HOPKINS,
JOSEPH P. PAINE,
ISAAC H. ROBBINS,
JOHN H. LOCKE,

Trustees.

OFFICE OF THE

TRUSTEES OF MOUNT HOPE CEMETERY, May 22, 1872.

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The Committee on Accounts respectfully present the following statement, showing the receipts and expenditures of the cemetery from May 1, 1871, to April 3, 1872:

66

Receipts. Balance in treasury May 1, 1871 Appropriation by City Council, 1871. Received for sale of lots

graves in Maple Grove

digging graves
" care of lots
« foundations to headstones
- use of receiving tomb
66 sales of wood
“ sales of plants and flowers
66 sale of horse
66 sundries

$2,454 32 21,000 00 9,193 62 2,040 00 3,343 00 1,567 97

334 52 290 00

253 87 120 39

66

50 00 251 99

$40,899 68

Expenditures.
Pay-rolls for labor.
Salary of Superintendent .
Sundry small bills, paid by Superintendent
Metropolitan Railroad Co., for running coaches

to cemetery

$20,557 31 1,800 00

197 66

698 78

Amourt carried forward,

$23,253 75

$23,253 75 10,426 97

225 00

470 55

550 46

346 10

427 06

220 72

420 00

110 00

50 00

117 50

Amount brought forward,
New buildings for office and greenhouse
Coal for greenhouse
Grain for horses
Manure
Stone posts and flagging
Blacksmith work and horse shoeing
Repairs of wagons and harnesses
Water cart
Horse cart
Stone truck
Pump and fixtures
Hardware tools, powder and brick
Flower pots
Plants and seeds
Gravel
Sign posts
Decorating soldiers' graves
Insurance on buildings
Advertising
Printing and stationery
Carriages and railroad tickets
Collation and refreshments
Sundry small bills

283 46

230 00

49 63

117 40

249 00

287 50

220 00

250 62

53 15 118 00

79 50

154 99

$38,711 36

Balance on hand May 1, 1872.

$2,188 32

The books and accounts of the Secretary and Superintendent have been carefully examined and found to be correct. For the Committee on Accounts,

S. B. STEBBINS,

Chairman.

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