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DISBURSEMENTS FROM JANUARY 1, 1898, TO

SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.

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Paid death benefits ......................... $1,533 37
Paid sick benefits........................... 9,245 45
Paid returned premiums ..

486 17 Paid solicitors and collectors. .......... 16,112 18 Paid officers and clerks.

3,829 43 Paid medical examiners...

929 00 Paid printing, stationery and reve

nue tax.............. Paid rent and office expenses ...........

668 66 Paid advances, etc............ $1,766 42 Less collected back ........... 1,254 92

511 50 Total............

852 51

34,141 27

Excess of income...

2,976 02

Surplus, September 24, 1898...

$16,617 93

6980.....

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Invested as follows:

Baltimore City Stock deposited with the

Insurance Department, State of Md...... $4,615 00
Loan on mortgage

952 65
Cash in office.

321 51 Cash deposited in these banks: Provident Savings Bank

1,330 81 German Bank

1,978 54 Hopkins Place Bank

2,646 06 Central Bank.

3,200 00 Old Town Bank .............

.. 2,573 36 Total.

$16,617 93 I have verified the bank balances and office cash, and I am of the opinion that the loan on mortgage is well secured.

Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

THE BALTIMORE MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,

BALTIMORE, MD.

FRANK S. STROBRIDGE, President. Wm. O. MACGILL, Secretary.

BALTIMORE, MD., October 14, 1898. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz, Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md.
SIR:- Acting under your appointment of October 4, 1898, I beg to
state I have completed an examination of the Baltimore Mutual Aid
Society of Baltimore City. The examination gives the condition of
the Society to date of October 1, 1898, and shows the condition of the
Society on that date to be as follows:
Balance net ledger assets January 1, 1898............................ $282,262 24
Income from January i to October 1, 1898:

Assessments from members.................. $310,444 76
Interest collected and from other sources 11,564 56

Total income ....... ......... ...... $322,009 33
Disbursements from January I to October
1, 1898:

Þaid to members................ $125,668 93
All other payments.............. 159,599 22
Total disbursements....

285,268 15
Excess of income...........

$36,741 18 Add accrued interest ....

2,592 21

Total.....

39,333 39

$321,595 63 Deduct ledger items to be written off at the end of the year..

9,253 27 Net surplus October 1, 1898........... ...... $312,342 36 Surplus invested as follows:

In Baltimore City and other stocks and

honds at market value, including
deposit with Insurance Department
of the State of Maryland.....

$271,019 19
Loans on mortgages.......

10,137 14 Invested in real estate ....

4,496 48 Accrued interest ...........

2,592 21 Cash in office and deposited in banks..... 23,300 34 Loans on collateral....

797 00 Total ............

$312,342 36 I have verified the stocks and bonds and the cash balances, and the loans and investments are well secured.

Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

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HOME FRIENDLY SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE, MD. GEORGE A. CHASE, President.

B. L. TALLY, Secretary.

BALTIMORE, MD, February 18, 1899. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md. SIR :— Acting under your appointment of February 9, 1899, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Home Friendly Society of Baltimore, Md. The examination gives the condition of the society to date of January 1, 1899, and shows the condition on that date to be as follows:

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$38,934 25

Balance of assets January 1, 1898..........
Income from Jan. I, 1898, to Jan. 1, 1899 :

Assessments from members............
Interest collected and other sources..

$169,950 74

4,134 16

$174,084 90 Disbursements from Jan. 1, 1898, to Jan. I, 1899 :

Paid to members........... $71,941 21
All other payments. ...... 95,722 77

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Net assets...........................

$45,355 17 I am satisfied the above assets are well secured.

Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

IMPROVED ORDER HEPTASOPAS,

BALTIMORE, MD. M. G. Cohen, Sup Archon. Samuel H. TATTERSALL, Sup Sect'y.

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To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapols, Md. SIR:-Acting under your appointment of June 22, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Improved Order Heptasophs. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of June 25, 1898, and shows the condition of the Order on that date to be as follows : Cash in banks January 1, 1898 ............

$59,380 50 From gross membership fees.............

$28,668 50 From mortuary assessments...........

357,132 37 From medical examiners' fees..........

7,163 00 From interest.....

773 88 From supplies .......

629 91 From organizers .......

412 00 From fines..

34 10

394,813 76 Total...

$454,194 26 Paid deaths claims....................

$325,000 00 Paid entrance fees to conclaves................. 23,660 00 Paid for organizing conclaves............... 5,302 62 Paid salaries and traveling expenses of officers..............

.................... 8,156 91 Paid salaries of managers and agents........ 6,812 26 Paid employees' salaries.

1,632 00 Paid medical examiners' fees.........

7,163 00 Paid rent and telephone.

503 17 Paid advertising and printing ............

1,263 65 Paid postage, express and telegraph... ......

995 94 Paid legal expenses.....................................

102 85 Paid governing bodies........

50 00 Paid official publication ................... .........

5,379 70 Paid Insurance Department............

206 00 Paid miscellaneous..........

1,877 29 Paid loan to contingent fund ....................

500 00

388,605 39

Cash balance on hand deposited in National Banks...........

$65,588 87 Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

IRON HALL OF BALTIMORE CITY,

BALTIMORE, MD. P. D. Somerby, Sup. President. E. C. PERKINS, Sup. Secretary.

BALTIMORE, MD., August 13, 1898. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md. SIR:- Acting under your appointment of August 8, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Iron Hall of Baltimore City. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of July 1, 1898, and shows the condition of the Order on that date to be as follows:

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6,502 06 $113,371 44

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Total.

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Paid matured claims.....
Paid disability claims..............
Paid deputies for organizing ...........
Paid trustees, including expenses..............
Paid salaries - officers...............................
Paid salaries-employees .............
Paid rent and advertising and printing.....
Paid postage, express and telegrams..........
Paid legal expenses .......
Paid official publication.......
Paid Insurance Departments.....
Paid traveling expenses.
Paid telephone rent and miscellaneous.....

1,933 28

784 25 5,049 96 1,470 00 809 35 365 65 600 00 707 66

56 00 949 86 50 50

12,776 51

Total expenses...........

Total..

$105,127 56

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