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Changes in Assets of Suffolk Trust Company-Nov. 1, 1892, to Oct. 31, 1893.
DISPOSITION OF ASSETS AS SHOWN BY REPORTS
The Legislature of 1893, having authorized the Board to compile the laws relating to Savings Banks and Institutions for Savings and to report to the present Legislature, no suggestions or recommendations for legislation in regard to such institutions are made in this report. Whatever amendments in the opinion of the commissioners are required will be suggested in their special report on the compilation of the savings bank laws, to be submitted later in the session.
In the following pages will be found a detailed statement of the condition of each institution at the close of business Oct. 31, 1893, together with the laws relating to savings banks and trust companies corrected to date.
WM. D. T. TREFRY,
ABSTRACT OF ANNUAL REPORTS
SAVINGS BANKS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR SAVINGS,
CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
OCTOBER 31, 1893.
MADE IN CONFORMITY TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF CHAPTER 127 OF THE ACTS OF 1888.
ABINGTON SAVINGS BANK - ABINGTON.
Incorporated March 17, 1853. Present number of corporators, 76.
OTIS W. SOULE, President.
GEORGE A. BEAL, Clerk of the Corporation.
Names of committee charged with the investment of its funds:
JOSEPH L. GREENWOOD,
JOHN W. SPROUL,
GEO. L. RICHARDSON.
SILAS B. DICKERMAN,
OTIS W. SOULE,
Open for business every business day, 9 A.M. to 12 M.; 1 to 4 P.M.
Loans on personal security,
Loans on depositors' books,
44,000 00 23,582 50 973,201 21 256,045 48
GEORGE A. BEAL, Treasurer.
$1,624,468 36 72,000 00 29,132 90
446 73 808 57
$19,918 47 26,410 55