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C. 0. COLLMANN, President.
WM. TREMBOR, Secretary.
D. B. SCHULTE, Treasurer.
Che GERMAN INSURANCE COMPANY
39th ANNUAL STATEMENT
January Ist, 1904
Assets Loans on Mortgages and accrued interest
$2,566,523.13 City, Town, County and Corporation Stocks and Bonds and accrued Interest, * 1,538, 165.63 Collateral Loans, (secured by Bonds and Mortgages)
7,700.00 Real Estate, (Office Buildings and other Real Estate)
88,700.00 Bills Receivable, (not Matured, taken for Fire premiums)
55,088.70 Cash in Banks and office
310,075.69 Cash in hands of Agents
344,353.67 Total Assets
$4,910, 606,82 Liabilities Capital Stock
$200,000.00 Reserve for Re-Insurance
2,987,135.90 Reserve for Unpaid Losses
176,763.53 Due Re Insurance Companies and other Claims
43,111.78 NET SURPLUS
$4,910,606.82 Losses paid to January I, 1904
A GOOD RECORD: Paid policyholders since organization, plus assets now held for their protection, $12,147,677.00—which is $946,830.00 more
than the gross premiums received from policyholders.
No field of effort gives larger returns than active and intelligent agency work for this Company.
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, U. S. A.
P. M. STARNES, President.
Agencies in all the Principal Cities and Towns throughout Canada and the United States
Total Amount paid to Policyholders since organization, May, 1, 1860,
for the payment of their contracts
5,828,705.02 1,126,769.73 1,142,219 00
PAID FOR INSURANGE IN FORGE January 1, 1904, 38,105 Policies
То the public the Germania offers the most approved plans of
insurance, whether the object desired be an investment, protec
tion to the family or dependents in case of death, or special provision for an individual beneficiary.
To the Agents the Company offers a wide field of operations and the best of opportunities for building up a large and profitable business.
Ambitious men of ability and character, who wish to be identified with a popular and successful institution, will find it to their advantage to write to the Home Office of the Company, 20 Nassau Street, New York City, or to any of its many branch offices.
CORNELIUS DOREMUS, President
CARL HEYE, Secretary
The Travelers Insurance Co.
of HARTFORD, CONN.
Statement of Company's Financial Condition on Dec. 31, 1903
8,079,606.06 Government, County and Municipal Bonds, 4,201,321.12 Other Bonds and Stocks,
1,180,062.50 Loans secured by Company's Policies,
2, 123,835.03 Cash on hand and in Bank .
1,567,325.44 Bank Stocks,
1,163,296.00 Loans secured by Collateral
790.138.54 Interest accrued but not due,
319,083.34 Deferred Life Premiums,
451,857.11 Premiums in course of collection on Life Policies, 287,640.72 Total Resources,
840,106,849,39 RESERVES AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS Reserve Funds, to protect policies,
$34,466,460.72 Losses in process of adjustment,
SYLVESTER C. DUNHAM, PRESIDENT
J. B. LEWIS, M. D., Medical Director
A. H. SAWYER, PRESIDENT
W. H. STEVENS, SECRETARY
of Watertown, M.y!
FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT, JANUARY 1, 1904 Capital,
$500,000.00 Assets (to protect Policyholders).
2,617,755.75 Net Surplus to Policyholders,
1,211,596.58 Net Surplus to Stockholders,
711,596.58 TOTAL LOSSES PAID, OVER $13,500,000.00