Report: business of insurance companies, Volume 14, Part 2

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Page 23 - Interest due and accrued on bonds and stocks Interest due and accrued on collateral loans Interest due and accrued on premium notes, loans or liens.
Page viii - Associations and societies which are intended to benefit the widows, orphans, heirs and devisees of deceased members thereof, and members who have received a permanent disability, and where no annual dues or premiums are required, and where the members shall receive no money as profit or otherwise, except for permanent disability, shall not be deemed insurance companies.
Page 31 - Premium notes, loans, or liens used in purchase of surrendered policies and voided by lapse.
Page 8 - Cash received for interest on bonds, and dividends on stocks Cash received for interest on premium notes, loans or liens. . Cash received for interest on other debts due the company...
Page 56 - Total $2,080,27932 iDeduct amount received from other companies for losses or claims on policies of this company re-insured...
Page 8 - Cash paid stockholders for interest or dividends. Cash paid for commissions to agents. Cash paid for salaries and traveling expenses of managers of agencies and general, special, and local agents. Cash paid for medical examiners
Page 43 - OTIS, ATTORNEY IN ILLINOIS, AT CHICAGO. CAPITAL. Capital stock paid up in cash ' $100,000 00 Amount of net ledger assets, December 31,1880 $132,186 54 . INCOME.
Page 21 - Cash paid for furniture and fixtures, and safes for home and agency offices...
Page 56 - Attorney in Illinois, at Chicago. CAPITAL. Capital stock paid up in cash $100,000 00 Amount of net ledger assets December 31, 1875 _ $3.
Page ix - Board or an aggrieved party may petition the Supreme Court of the United States to review the decision of the court of appeals.

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