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Handbook, 1909
			

32                       Hand Book 1909.

        The Douglas Hospital, Kansas City, Kans.
   This institution is increasing in usefulness. The patron-
age and service for the year ending May,  1909, is as fol-
lows:
  Patients admitted for treatment  ....   97
  Distributed thus:
  Charity patients .....................  58
  Paying patients ...................     39
   Eighty-three patients cured, fourteen died. The Nurse
Training Department is becoming very popular, a class of
two was graduated in 1909.

        THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT.


Of the Financial Department and the First Annual Report of the
        Twenty-fourth Quadrennium, by Conferences and
              Episcopal Districts, A. M. E. Church.

                               Washington, D. C., April 21, 1909.
  Pursuant to the call of the President and Secretary of the Financial
Board, said Board met in rooms of the Financial Department, 1541 14th
St., N. W., Washington, D. C., Wednesday morning, April 21st, 1909,
Bishop A. Grant, D. D., presiding.
  Devotional services conducted: Hymn used, "There is a fountain
filled with blood."  Invocation of divine guidance  and blessing by
Bishop E. W. Lampton. Scripture lesson read by Rev. N. B. Sterrett.
  The roll was called and resulted as follows:
  Revs. A. L. Murray, First District; J. T. Jennifer, Second District;
Charles Bundy, Third District; A. J. Carey, Fourth District; J. R.
Ransom, Fifth District; E. W. Lee, Sixth District; N. B. Sterrett,
Seventh District; J. W. Lampton, Eighth District; J. M. Conner, Ninth
District; P. C. Hunt, Tenth District; A. J. Kershaw, Eleventh District.
  Mr. C. H. Johnstone, of the Twelfth District, and Mr. A. Fortune,
of the Thirteenth District, were absent.
 Visitors present: Bishop E. W. Lampton, Drs. H. T. Johnson, W. T.
Vernon, Attorney F. F. Giles, Rev. J. G. Robinson, Drs. A. L.
Gaines, J. H. Welch, Horace Talbert and Prof. R. R. Wright, Jr.,
Editor Christian Recorder and Manager of the Book Concern.
 Organization.--The following officers were chosen for the quad-




			
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Handbook, 1909


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