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IRON HALL OF BALTIMORE CITY, BALTIMORE, MD.-Continued.

$8,243 88

Cash balance in hands of supreme treas

urer... Baltimore City stock deposited with the

Insurance Commissioner of Maryland..... United States bonds held by supreme trus

tees.......... Cash in banks to the credit of the supreme

trustees.... Reserve fund held by branches, as shown

by the books.

10,500 00
9,040 00

7,442 30 158,286 16

Total assets...

$193,512 34 From which should be deducted 188 war

rants drawn and not yet presented for payment. (Since paid in full)..............

3,315 36 Net assets.. ......................

$190, 196 98 The Iron Hall has 4,151 certificates of menibership, cover

ing disabilities and claims .............................................. $2,957,700 00 From this amount should be deducted notes and liens held against certificates, of......

.... 715,307 13

Leaves net amount......

..... $2,242,392 87 I have had the cash balances certified, and the United States bonds have been exhibited to me.

Respectfully submitted,

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

(Signed,)

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SHIELD OF NIONOR, BALTIMORE, MD. LEWIS REITZ, Sup. Master. WILLIAM T. HENRY, Sup. Secretary.

BALTIMORE, August 20, 1898. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurta,

Insurance Commissioner, Annapolis Md. SIR:- Acting under your appointment of August 15, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Shield of Honor of Baltimore City. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of August 19, 1898, and shows the condition of the Order on that date to be as follows:

MORTUARY FUND.
Cash balance March 31, 1897...................... $1,538 18
From assessments.........

153,168 90 From reserve ..............

15,553 24 From interest..................

153 06 Total...

$170,413 38 DISBURSEMENTS. Paid death claims in full to date............. $149,000 00 Paid prompt payment fund. ..............

4,129 17 Paid general fund .................................... 7,654 72 Loan to general fund ......................

1,000 00

161,783 89 Balance in bank to credit mortuary fund

$8,629 49 GENERAL FUND. Balance on hand March 31, 1897 ................ $1,384 69 From 5 per cent. tax from assessments...... 7,654 72 From benefit certificates...........................

1,331 00 From percentum tax................................

624 69 from supplies.........................................

301 75 From interest.......

11,301 67 Loan from prompt payment fund.......

1,000 00

4 82

Total.

$12,301 67 DISBURSEMENTS. For officers' expenses.........

$961 77 For legal fees...........

203 51 For officers' salaries....

2,942 91 For rent...

235 79 For official publication.....

141 88 For Insurance Department

39 75 For medical examiners' fees

2,973 50 For fraternal congress......

90 25 For lodge charters.............

123 00 For instituting lodges ...............

536 00 For printing....

549 73 For mileage and per diem of two (2) sessions supreme body...... .....

2,529 80 For supplies..........

550 16

11,878 05 Cash in bank and on hand to credit of general fund......

$423 62 Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

PRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

FRATERNAL LEGION OF BALTIMORE,

BALTIMORE, MD.

Geo. M. BALLARD, Sup. Commander.

M. J. BLOCK, Sup. Adjutant.

BALTIMORE, MD., August 29, 1898.

To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md. SIR:-Acting under your appointment of August 23, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Fraternal Legion of Baltimore. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of August 24, 1898, and shows the condition of the Order on that date to be as follows: Cash on hand January 1, 1898. .........

$779 05 From membership assessments (subse

quent to March 1, 1898, but one assessment per month is called).

20,499 08 From 1o per cent. of assessments for expenses ..............

2,188 04 From 15 per cent. of assessments for re

serve fund, commenced April 1, 1898...... 1,813 90 From sales of supplies........

99 78 Total...

$25,379 85 Paid for death claims ..

$19,856 15 Paid for 3 per cent. U.S. bonds for reserve fund. ......

2,000 00 Paid for organizing....

1,093 50 Paid salaries of officers.............

1,066 64 Paid rent......................:

166 25 Paid advertising and printing .........

370 90 Paid postage and expressage.............

250 98 Paid Insurance Department ......................

29 00 Paid supplies........

40 00 Office expenses and official publication...... 228 83

25,102 25 Cash balance on hand....

277 60

$25,379 85. Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

ORDER OF COLUBMUS, BALTIMORE, MD. HANCE W. B. REID, Sup. Commander. HARRY C. KILMER, Sup Sec'y.

BALTIMORE, MD., August 31, 1898. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md. SIR :--Acting under your appointment of August 22, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Order of Columbus of Baltimore, Md. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of August 29, 1898, and shows the condition of the Order on that date to be as follows :

RECEIPTS.
From February 10, 1897, to August 29, 1898.
From membership fees. ......

$920 50 From per capita tax.

650 31 From mortuary assessments .....................

3,969 28 From sick-benefit assessments..

905 50 From medical examiners' fees ................... 829 00 From supplies...............

147 29 From contributions by supreme officers...

$2,159 00 Less returned........................ 294 00

1,865 00 From borrowed money.......... $1,137 00 Less returned.......

245 00

892 00

$10,178 88

Total..

DISBURSEMENTS.

From February 10, 1897, to August 29, 1898. For death benefits ...................

$755 00 For sick benefits...........

505 00 For payment returned ................

2 50 For commissions to organizers..... ... .........

958 96 For salary to organizer...

422 10 For officers' salary .......

1,020 00 For fixtures.........

174 33 For supplies...

457 44 For traveling expenses........

1,039 95 For medical fees, “subordinate"...

522 00 For medical fees, “supreme"...................

248 89 For rent.................................

440 00 For advertising and printing.................... 1,070 32 For postage, express and telegrams......... 339 61 For legal expenses......

76 34 For Insurance Department ..........

55 70 For miscellaneous.... ....................

264 63

Total disbursements ......

8,347 77 Cash balance on hand and in bank..

$1,831 II Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

THE MARYLAND JURISDICTION OF THE ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN,

BALTIMORE, MD.

I. E. BOOKER,

A. F. COLBERT, S. ECCLES, JR, Grand Master Workmen. Grand Recorder. Grand Receiver.

BALTIMORE, MD., September 7, 1898. To the Honorable F. Albert Kurtz,

Insurance Commissioner,

Annapolis, Md. · SIR :-Acting under your appointment of September 1, 1898, I beg to state I have completed an examination of the Maryland Jurisdiction of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, comprising the States of Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia. The examination gives the condition of the Order to date of August 31, 1898, and shows the condition on that date to be as follows: Cash balance January 1, 1898...........

$4, 270 46 From assessments............

$49,393 33 From per capita tax, etc...............

9,429 08

58,822 41

600 00

From loan .............

Total..

$63,692 87 Paid for deaths claims

$52,126 63 Returned borrowed money in full............ 1,400 00 Paid fees to organizers ...............................

108 20 Paid officers' salaries...........

1,400 00 Paid rent...........................................

200 00 Paid advertising and printing...

576 96 Paid Insurance Department.....

29 00 Paid miscellaneous...........

1,291 19 Paid per capita to Supreme Lodge............ 442 62 Total................... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..

$57,574 60 Cash balance in bank.

$6,118 27 Respectfully submitted, (Signed,)

FRANK BLACKLOCK, Examiner.

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