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334

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Notes from the Statutes, Additional. 34-85

Officers of Life Ins. Cos. in the U. S..... .299-397

Officers of Miscellaneous Insurance Companies

in the United States..

398-416

Officials Having Authority in Insurance Mat-
ters, State

134

Ohio:

Life Insurance in..

489

Miscellaneous Insurance in.

458

Statutory Requirements

.71, 99

Oklahoma Territory:

Life Insurance in

490

Miscellaneous Insurance in

460

Statutory Requirements

72, 100

Oregon:

Life Insurance in

Miscellaneous Insurance in

461

Statutory Requirements

73, 100

Payments to Life Policyholders in Twenty

Years, Synopsis of

284

Pennsylvania:

Life Insurance in

491

Miscellaneous Insurance in

460

Statutory Requirements

.74, 101

Persia, Life Insurance in

131

Peru, "Life Insurance in

131

Philippine Islands, Life Insurance in.

131

Plate Glass Cos. in the United States. .411-412

Policies Issued and Terminated

282

Porto Rico, Life Insurance in

131

Portugal, Life Insurance in

131

Rate of Interest Earned on Mean Invested

Funds

295

Receivers. Companies in the Hands of 271

the Year.

.689-693

Retired American Life Insurance Companies. 269

Retired American Miscellaneous Ins. Cos...... 271

Rhode Island:

Life Insurance in

491

Miscellaneous Insurance in

463

Statutory Requirements

75, 101

Russia, Accident Insurance Companies in 126

Russia, Life Insurance Companies in

122

San Salvador, Life Insurance in

131

Siam, Life Insurance in.....

131

South Africa, Life Insurance in

131
St. Helena, Life Insurance in

131
St. Thomas, Life Insurance in

131
Santo Domingo, Life Insurance in

131

Scandinavia, Accident Insurance Companies.. 126

Scandinavia. Life Insurance Companies in..... 122

South Carolina:

Life Insurance in

491

Miscellaneous Insurance in

463

Statutory Requirements

.76, 101

South Dakota:

Life Insurance in

492

Miscellaenous Insurance in

465

Statutory Requirements

77, 101

State and Territorial Legislatures

134

State Officials Having Authority in Insurance

Matters

134

Statistics of Foreign Companies

106-159

Statistics of Life Insurance for Forty-five

Years

.278-280

Statistics of Miscellaneous Canadian Cos...154-156

Statistics of Miscellaneous Cos. in the U. S.398-428
Statistics of United States Life Insurance
Companies from Organization..

299-397

Ætna Life

300

American Central

302

American Life

302

Baltimore Life

302

Bankers, New York

304

Bankers of Nebraska

302

Bankers Reserve

304

Berkshire

304

Boston Mutual

306

Central of Iowa

306

Colonial Life

306

Columbia Life

308

Columbian National Life

308

Connecticut General

308

Connecticut Mutual

310

Conservative Life

312

Contentnea Life

312

Des Moines

312

Eastern Life

312

Equitable, New York

314

Equitable Industrial

314

Equitable of Iowa

316

PAGE.

Statistics of United States Life Insurance

Companies from Organization.-Continued.

Federal, Illinois

316

Fidelity, Mutual

318

Franklin Life

318

Germania

320

German Mutual

322

Guaranty Mutual

324

Hartford Life

324

Home Life, New York

326

Home, Delaware

326

Illinois Life

328

Immediate Benefit

Inter-State of Indiana

323

Inter-State of Ohio

330

John Hancock

330

Kansas City Life

332

Life Association of America

332

Liberal Life

332

Life Insurance Company of Virginia.

332

Manhattan

Maryland

336

Massachusetts Mutual

338

Meridian L. and T.

340

Metropolitan

340

Michigan Mutual

342

Minnesota Mutual

344

Missouri State

344

Mutual Benefit

344

Mutual of Baltimore

348

Mutual of Illinois

348

Mutual of New York

350

Mutual Reserve

352

National Life of U. S. of A.

352

National of Vermont

354

New England

356

New York Life

358

Northwestern Mutual

360

Northwestern National

362

Pacific Mutual

364

Penn Mutual

364

Phønix Mutual

366

Pittsburgh Life and Trust

368

Presbyterian Ministers

370

Providence Life

370

Provident Life and Trust

370

Provident Savings

372

Prudential

374

Register L. and A.

376

Reliance Life

376

Reserve Loan

376

Royal Union

376

Security L. and A., North Carolina.. 378

Security L. and A, of America

378

Security Mutual, Nebraska

378

Security Mutual, New York

378

Security Trust and Life

380

South Atlantic Life

380

Southern Loan and Trust

..380

Southwestern Life

382

State Life

380

State Mutual

380

Texas Life

384

Travelers

384

Union Central

386

Union Mutual

386

United States

388

Volunteer State Life

390

Western and Southern

394

Washington

392

Wisconsin Life

394

Statutes, Additional Notes from the.

.34-85
Statutory Requirements

.33-105

Steam Boiler Ins. Cos. in the United States.412-417

Stipulated Premium Companies:

Statistics of

608-609

Statutory Requirements

..88-105

Stockholders of Life Ins. Cos., Dividends to.287-289

Stock Miscel, Cos. in the United States. 398-428

Summary of Life Insurance by States. 496

Summary of Life Insurance Payments by

States

498

Summary of Miscel. Insurance by States..

Swedish Life Insurance Companies..

122

Suva, Fiji Islands, Life Insurance in

132

Swiss Accident Insurance Companies.

126

Swiss Life Insurance Companies

123

Sums Insured and Funds of British Life Of-

fices, Total

117

Synopsis of Life Insurance for Thirty Years.. 294

Synopsis of Payments to Life Policyholders in

Twenty Years

284

Norwegian Life Insurance Companies.. 123

493

467
.81, 103

494

469
.82, 103

495

469

.83, 103

494

470
.84, 103

495

470
.85, 104

Security Mutual Life
Insurance Company

BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK

CHAS. M. TURNER, President

The largest surplus in proportion to liabilities of any company reporting to the New York State Insurance Department

POLICIES MAY BE REGISTERED WITH THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
AND THE RESERVE THEREON GUARANTEED BY SPECIAL DEPOSIT

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Up-to-date policy contracts help get business. Energetic, reliable men can secure first-class territory upon liberal terms by addressing

A. B. HOWE, Ass't General Manager, Home Office

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There Can be but One
Largest and Best Company

IT IS

The Mutual Life

Insurance Company

of New York

Men of character and ability should become identified with it.

There is always an opportunity for good men. To make money and reputation in its service

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Independent Order of Foresters

HEAD OFFICE
TEMPLE BUILDING, TORONTO, CANADA
AMERICAN OFFICE :

EUROPEAN OFFICE: 415 STEVENS BLDG.,

24 CHARING CROSS, WHITEHALL, DETROIT, MICH.

LONDON, ENGLAND
INDIA OFFICE :
111 RADHA BAZAAR, CALCUTTA, INDIA

AUSTRALIAN OFFICE:
STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, 113 PITT ST., SYDNEY, N. S. W.

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A FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETY That does not Assess for Death Claims. The members pay monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, stated premiums, which are graded according to age at joining and assurance carried, and which remain the same so long as continuous good standing is maintained. The premiums will produce the sum assured at the expectancy of life or 70 years of age, plus a provision for expenses.

I. O, F. PREMIUM RATES

PER $1,000, ORDINARY CLASS (CEASING AT 70TH

YEAR OF AGE).

AGE

PER
MONTH

PER
YEAR

22

BENEFITS GIVEN BY THE I. O. F. 1.-The Mortuary Benefit of $500, $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, or $5,000.

2.—A Total and Permanent Disability Benefit of one-half of face value of policy, with exemption from further payment of premiums or Court dues.

3.-An Old Age Benefit consisting of exemption from payment of premiums and Court dues after age 70.

4.-An Old Age Disability Benefit of one-tenth of face value of policy payable yearly for ten years, on being declared totally and permanently disabled by infirmities of age after the seventieth birthday.

5.-An Old Age Pension payable during disability, which may be taken as a substitute for the Old Age Disability Benefit.

6.-Free Medical Attendance by Court Physician where not dispensed with by Court by-law; also trained nurses in certain cases.

7.-A Sick Benefit of $3 to $5 per week, subject to provisions of the Constitution and Laws of the Order ; Optional, and when taken costs extra.

8.--A Burial Benefit of $100 at death of a Pensioner.

9.-A Funeral Benefit of $50 at death of a member enrolled in Sick and Funeral Benefit Department.

10.Social and Fraternal Privileges of the Court Room.

18 $ 76 $9 12 19 78 9 36 20 80 9 60 21 82 9 84

84 10.08 23 86 10 32 24 90 10 80 25 94 11 28 26 98 11 76 27 1 02 12 24 281 06 12 72 29 1 10 13 20 30 1 14 13 68 31 1 18 14 16 321 22 14 64 331 26 15 12 34 1 32 15 84 351 38 16 56 36 1 44 17 28 37 1 50 18 00 38 1 56 18 72 39 1 62 19 44 40 1 68 20 16 411 76 21 12 42 1 84 22 08 43 1 92 23 04 44 2 00 24 00 45 2 08 24 96 46 2 18 26 16 47 2 32 27 84 482 50 30 00 49 2 70 32 40 50 2 90 34 80 51 3 10 37 20 52 3 30 39 60

3 54 3 90 46 80

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Benefits Paid to ist June, 1904, $17,320,227.66 Funds accumulated to ist June, 1904, $7,652,802.17

Membership, ist June, 1904, 223,400

ORONHYATEKHA, M. D.,

Supreme Chief Ranger.

JOHN A. MCGILLIVRAY, K. C., 53 3 60 43 20

Supreme Secretary.

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