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JOYCE, WM. B., Address on proper reserves for fidelity and surety claims, delivered at the National Convention of Insurance Commissioners held at Washington, D. C., October 3, 1906.
Porter, J. B., and CRAIES, W. F., Laws of Insurance: Fire, Life, Accident, and Guarantee. Philadelphia: Blackstone Publishing Co., 1889.
SUPPLEE, J. FRANK, Corporate Surety Bonding, as Conducted in the United States. Contained in Yale Insurance Lectures, p. 272. Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Press.
Surety, Plate Glass and Miscellaneous Insurance: A Manual for Agents, Brokers and Policyholders. Chap. I. is devoted to Fidelity and Surety Bonds. New York: Spectator Company, 1908.
WALKER, M. BARRETT, A Treatise on the Law of Fidelity Bonds, with special reference to Corporate Fidelities. Baltimore: King Bros., Law Publishers, 1909.
WARFIELD, EDWIN, Corporate Suretyship. Contained in Fricke's
IV. TITLE INSURANCE
NoTE.-The bibliography dealing with title insurance is very limited, and much of the information must be obtained from the private publications of the companies. A considerable number of legal treatises, dealing with the various forms of insurance, contain chapters on the law of title insurance.
American Association of Title Men, Proceedings of the First and
NIBLACK, WM. C., Abstracters of Title Insurance. Chicago: Callaghan & Company, 1908.
Title Guarantee and Trust Co., “The Mortgage Business of the Title Guarantee and Trust Co., the Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Co., and the New York Investors’ Corporation.” New York, 1908.
Title Insurance and Trust Company of Los Angeles, Cal. (A pamphlet descriptive of the examination and guaranteeing of titles, the protection afforded by title insurance, and the perils attending real estate transactions.)
V. CREDIT INSURANCE
NoTE.-The bibliography on credit insurance is very scanty, and most of it consists of brief articles published in the insurance press, or of pamphlets issued by the companies.
A Symposium of Credit Insurance Arguments. Prepared and published for the exclusive use of agents of the American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York. Collateral on Merchandise Accounts. Issued by the American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York. (This booklet contains a description of credit insurance underwriting, and also contains a number of valuable papers on the subject, by W. E. Schweppe, A. S. Keady, Jos. G. McClurg, and J. A. Taylor. Credit Insurance Explained. A pamphlet issued by the American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York. Credit Insurance in Brief. A pamphlet issued by the American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York. PRENDERGAST, “Credit and Its Uses,” D. Appleton & Co., New York. Chapter on Credit Insurance. (This chapter deals only with the theoretical aspects of the subject.) The Report of the New York and Massachusetts Insurance Departments on the Condition of the American Credit Indemnity Company. (This report of 128 pages contains valuable information concerning the nature of credit insurance and the practices in the business.)
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Abandonment in fire insurance,
Agent, powers of, 75–77.
Appliances for extinguishing
Application, fidelity, sample form
for corporate suretyship, 331.
Bankers, protection of, by fire
18, 19, 23.
Bills of lading, in relation to
Binder, 106, 107.