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Total

Deduct ledger liabilities

Total admitted assete December 31. 1908

LIABILITIES.
Losses due and unpaid December 31. 1908



Resisted claims. aU classes.

DisabUity: Seven not legal claims ($660); three not adjusted ($176).
Total liabilities.



$9,416 00
6.200 00
9.346 39
7.908 01

$82.864 40
2.000 00



$1.000 00

1.000 00

826 00



Balance to protect contracts December 31. 1906.



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES.

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81. 1907

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1908



No,
6,186
1.318
6.421



KANSAS BUSINESS.
Certificates written during 1906. mortuary.



Certificates in force December 81. 1908. mortuary

Losses incurred, disability

Assessments collected, mortuary and disability. $26.08; expense. $4. 42.
Claims resisted, disability (not adjusted)

Legal fee allowed local medical examiners. $1.
Legal fee allowed grand medical examiner. 26 cents.
Legal fee allowed for issuing certificates. $1.



8.113 J



69.210 18



$92.328 95



67.362 66



$24,961 39



$30,864 40



2.826 00



{.039 4



AmounL

$7,281,260 00

1.822.000 00

7.418.000 00



$29.600 00

29.600 00

100 00

29 50

100 00



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FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
(Supreme, Lodge.)

DENVEa COLO.

Supreme president, F. F. Rooss; ■upreme secretary. Samubl S. Baty.
Organized. 1896. Began business in Kansas. 1903.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.

Amoant of net ledger assets December 81. 1907 $239,583 81

INCOME.

Assesnnent $298 , 407 48

Per *apita and other tax collected for expenses. $86,588.37; member-
ship fees, $3486.85 89.069 22

Total $387.476 65

Deduct the amount returned to applicants or members 478 60

Total paid by members $386,996 05

From all other sources. 17, 948 78

Total income — 404,946 83

Sum of both amount^ '$644,588 14

DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims. $298.609 02

Disability claims, permanent, $2606.24; temporary, $4710.01; re-
turned to members or applicants. $478.60 7 ,693 85

Total paid to members, 1908 $801,202 87

Commissions and fees paid to agents and organisers.. . . $22,827 66 1

Salaries of deputies and agents, less commissions 14,491 01 V 62,446 88

Salaries of officer8,t$14.566.46; office Employees. $11,061.72. 25.628 17 )

Insurance departments 301 50

All other disbursementiT. 27.718 79

Total disbursements 391.664 99

Balance December 81, 1908 $258,346 75

LEDGER ASSETS.

Real estate, unencumbered $49,488 53

Bonds 43,877 00

Loans on real estate (first liens) 132.171 07

Cash in office. $68.50; in banks. $28.246.66 28.315 15

Net ledger assets $263,346 75

Non-ledger assets 51,019 07

Gross assets $804,365 82

Deduct assets not admitted 8,818 77

Total admitted assets December 31. 1908 $296,547 06

LIABILITIES.

Losses due and unpaid December 81. 1908 $716 85

Losses not adjiisted. all classes 89,431 59

Resisted claims, all classes 6,366 59

Total liabilities. 46,514 58

Balance to protect contracts December 31. 1908 $249,032 52

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES. , //o. Amount,

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1907 28.627 $37,871,150 00

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908 4.517 4,748.200 00

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1908 28, 591 37,820, 600 00



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KANSAS BUSINESS.

Certiflcates in force December 81, 1907. mortuary 821 $881.600 00

Certiflcatea written dorinff 1906. mortuary 148 161.660 00

Certificates in force December 31. 1906. mortuary 278 287,660 00

Losses incurred 2 8.18100

Assessments collected, mortuary, disability and reserve. $2898.26:

=::;expense. $648.26. 12 2.962 61

Claims paid, mortuary. 2 * 8.181 60

Per ci4>ita or other tax collected for ffrand or supreme lod^e ex-
penses 408 20

Legal fee allowed local medical examiners, $1. •

Legal fee allowed for issuing certificates. $1.60.



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THE HIGHLAND NOBLES.

WATERLOO. IOWA.

Sapreme protector, J. L. Rose; supreme secretary. Edw. Hanson.
Orsranised March 2. 1898. Begran business in Kansas April. 1906.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.



Amount of net ledger assets December 31. 1907.



INCOME.

Assessments, mortuary

Per capita and other tax collected for expenses. 188.888.82; member-
ship fees. $Sa60 _

Total paid by members

From all other sources

Total income -



$51,081 80
88.419 82



$84.600 62
1.828 59



Sum of both amounts. .



DISBURSEMENTS.



Death claims

Disability claims, permanent. $300: temporary. $2911.97..

Total paid totaembers. 1906.

Commissions and fees paid to agents and organizers. .
Salaries of deputies and agents, lees commissions and

fees i

Salaries of officers. $5294.04; office employees. $3096.25..

Insurance departments

Expenses of 1906 grand or supreme lodge convention . . .
All other disbursements

Total disbursements



$48.193 80
8,211 97



$4.668 51

12.323 08
8.892 29 j



Balance December 31. 1908. .



LEDGER ASSETS.

Real estate, unencumbered

Loans on real estate (first Hens), bonds, collateral

Cash hi office. $2; in banks. $8980.85

Net ledger
Non-ledger assets



Gross assets

Deduct assets not admitted

ToUl admitted assets December 81. 1908.



LIABILITIES.



Losses not adjusted. all«classes.
Resisted claims, all < '
Total liabilities .



balance to protect contracts December 81. 1906. .



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES.



,1907.



Death-benefit certificates in force December 81.

Death-benefit certificates written during 1906.

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81. 1908.



$46.406 77

25.383 83

197 00

888 18

9.099 17



$2.500 00
5.000 00
8.982 85



$16,482 35
14.264 88



$30,747 18
5,175 76



$4,346 94
1.500 00



KANSAS BUSINESS.

Certificates in force December 31. 1907. mortuary.

Certificates written during 1908, mortuary

Certificates in force December 31. 1908. mortiiary

Losses incurred, mortuary. $2375 JIS; disability. $163

Assessments collected, mortuary and disability. $1271.41; expense.

$1227.64

Claims paid, mortuary. $2650.25; disability. $250

I unpaid December 31. 1908. incurred in 1908 and previous years.

Legal fee allowed local medical examinens. $1. amount usually paid.

Legal fee allowed grand medical examiner. 25 cents.

Legal fee allowed for issuing certificates. 60 cents for reissues.



No.
7,835
2.012
7,139



317
241



12
6

1



$12,122 09



86.829 21
$97.96130



81.438 95



$16.482 35



$25,571 42



5.846 94



$19,724 48



Amount,

$8,221,000 00

2.029,600 00

7.946,600 00



$335,600 00

237.000 00

408,000 00

2.638 25

2,499 06

2,900 25

163 00



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THE HOME BUILDERS UNION.

KANSAS CITY. KAN.

Supreme master bui^er. A. M. Smith; supreme secretary. Chas. H. Chapin.
Orsranized in May. 1899. Besan business in Kansas September. 1900.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.



Amount of net ledjrer assets December 81. 1907

INCOME.

Assessments, mortuary t

Per capita and other tax collected for expenses. $1309.79; member-
ship fees, $420

Medical exammers' fees

Total paid by members

From all other sources

Total income.



$4.827 47



1.729 79
420 00



$6,977 26
89 47



Sum of both amounts .



ill
L 26)-
100)



DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims

Commissions and fees paid to aarents and oraranizers — $
Salaries of deputies and airents. less commissions and f eesi 981 !

Salaries of officers and office employees 468 (

Insurance departments. $20; secretary's bond. $6; printlnflr. $42.95;

rent. $60

Expenses of 1908 ffrand or supreme lodse convention

Medical examiners, $420; postage. $62.43; official publication. $36.. . .
Supreme banker

Total disbursements -



$6,060 00
1.690 86

128 95
226 88
518 43
40 00



Balance December 31. 1908 .



LEDGER ASSETS.



Cash in office. $1018.48; in banks. $331.59

Assessment No. 24. in hands of subordinate bankers.
Total admitted assets December 31. 1906. . . ,



$1,360 02



LIABILITIES.

Rent and printinir

Balance to protect contracts December 31. 1906

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES.

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31, 1907

Death-benefit certificates written durinsr 1908 '.

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81 . 1908



$1,986 91



_ 7.016 73
$9,006 64



7.653 62
$1.350 02



$2,218 64



64 64



$2,167 00



KANSAS BUSINESS.

Certificates in force December 31. 1907. mortuary

Certificates written during 1908. mortuary

Certificates in force December 81, 1908. mortuary

Losses incurred, mortuary

Assessments collected, mortuary and disability, $4827.47; expense.

$2189.26

Claims paid, mortuary

Per capita or other tax collected for grrand or supreme lodffe expenses

Legal fee allowed local medical examiners. $1.

Legal fee allowed grand medical examiner. 50 cents.

Legal fee allowed for issuing certificates, 50 cents.



No,


AmounL


748
280
895


$1,106,760 00

888.760 00

1,323.750 00


748

280

896

11


$1,106,760 00

388,760 00

1,328.760 00

5.050 00


6
11


7,016 73
6.050 00
1.729 79



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THE HOMESTEADERS.

DES MOINES. IOWA.

Supreme president. John E. Paul; supreme secretary. A. H. CoRby.
Organized January 25, 1906. Began business in Kansas Bfarch 1, 1907.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.

Amount of net ledger assets December 31. 1907 $20,407 21

INCOME.

Assessments, mortuary $51,878 69

Per capita and other tax collected for expenses. $58,722.16; member-
ship fees, $4192.10 62.914 26

MedicsJ examiners' fees _ 60 jX)

Total paid by members $114,852 94

From all other sources 11,264 96

Total income - 126.107 90

Sum of both amounts $146,515 11

DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims $46.40067

Disability claims, temporary 2.908 56

Total paid to members. 1908 $49,809 22

Commissions and fees paid to agents and organizers. . $39,114 64 )

Salaries of deputies and agents, less conunissions 1,94838)- 52,89407

Salaries of officers. $6923; office employees, $5908.06. ... 11 ,831 95 )

Insurance departments 861 40

All other disbursements 21.849 92

Total disbursements 123,914 61

Balance Decemb«- 3J. 1908 $22^600 50

LEDGER ASSETS.

Cash in banks $22.60060

Non-ledger assets 18^019 45

Gross assets $40,619 95

Deduct assets not admitted 6.629 10

Total admitted assets December 81. 1908 $34,090 85

LIABILITIES.

Resisted clahns. all classes * $745 00

All other liabilities (money advanced by supreme officers to pro-
mote the society. $33,700. not considered a legsl liability on the

benefit fund of the society) 8.604 76

Total liabilities - 9 ,349 76

Balance to protect contracts December 31, 1908 $24 .7 41 09

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES. ^o. A^nt,

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31, 1907 6.033 $8, 122.000 00

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908 6,329 9.198.000 00

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1908 9.099 12.632.000 00

KANSAS BUSINESS.

Certificates in force December 31. 1907. mortuary 344 $466,500 00

Certificates written durinR 1908. mortuary 743 992.000 00

Certificates in force December 31. 1908. mortuary 764 1,023,600 00

Losses incurred, mortuary. $750; disability. $89.28 8 83928

Assessments collected, mort. and dis.. $2424.78; expense. $6007.62. . . 12 7.432 30

Claims paid, mortuary. $750; disability. $K9.28 8 839 28

Legal fee allowed local medical examiners. $1.
Legal fee allowed grand medical examiner, 5f) cents.
Legal fee allowed for issuing certificates. $1.



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IMPROVED ORDER HEPTASOPHS.
(Supreme Conclave.)

BALTIMORE. MD.

Supreme archon, M. G. Cohen : supreme secretary. Saml. H. Tattkrsall.
Onranized Au^rust 28, 1878. Besmn business in Kansas November 9, 1887.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.

Amount of net ledger assets December 31, 1907 $829,904 86

INCOME.

Assessments, mortuary. • . .- $1,383,710 20

Collected for expenses. $100,386.82; membership fees, $8678.50. . . 106,965 32

Medical examiners' fees 11_.68S 50

Total paid by members $1,454, 360 02

From all other sources 33,800 46

Total income - 1 J88.159 47

' Sum of both amounts $2,818,063 83

DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims. $1,324,057 21

Commissions and fees paid to agrents and orgranizers. . $20,397 82 \

Salaries of deputies and asrents. less commissions. ... 21 ,004 60 > 69.782 82

Salaries of officers. $19,600; office employees. $8880.60. . 28,380 60 )

Insurance departments 816 16

All other disbursements 57.152 10 '

Total disbursements 1.461. «07 28

Balance l)ecember 31. 1908 $866.266 55

LEDGER ASSETS.

Bonds. •. $708,636 37

Cash in banks 162.620 18

ToUL $866,266 65

Non-ledger assets 128.533 10

Gross assets $994,789 65

Deduct assets not admitted 26.149 37

Total admitted asseU December 31. 1908 $968,640 28

LIABILITIES.

Losses not adjusted, all classes $289,108 34

Resisted claims, all classes 11.000 00

Total liabilities 260.108 34

Balance to protect contracts December 31, 1908 $718.5 31 94

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES i j^o,. Amount,

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 19(^7 74. 829 $103,376,500 00

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908 7,708 7.766.000 00

Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1908 75.880 103,880.600 00

KANSAS BUSINESS.

Certificates in force December 31. 1907. mortuary 17 $32.000 00

Certificates written during: 1908. mortuary 2 3.000 00

Certificates in force December 31. 1908. mortuary 18 34,000 00

Losses incurred, mortuary 1 l ,000 00

Assessments collected, mortuary and disability 12 646 00

Clapis paid, mortuary 1 1 ,000 00

Lesal fee allowed local medical examiners. $1.

L^al fee allowed grrand medical examiner. 50 cents.

Le^ral fee allowed for issuinff certificates. $1 for new and 50 cents for reissues.



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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.

TORONTO. ONTARIO.

Supreme chief ranker, 'E. G. Stevenson ; supreme secretary, R. Mathison.
Organized July 1. 1881. Beffan business in Kansas. 1900.



Statement for Year ending December 31. 1908.

Amount of net ledger assets E>ecember 31. 1907: Mortuary. $11,379,059.01; sick

and funeral. $116,716.78; general. $11.158.78 $11,606,934 52

INCOME.

Assessments: Mortuary. $3,462,800.26: sick and funeral, all classes,

$817,612.56 $3,780,312 82

Per capita and other tax collected for expenses, $287,389.14; mem-
bership fees, mortuary. $751.98; sick and funeral. $378.86; change
of policy. $2932.86: charter. $1019.16 292.47 1 99

Total $4,072,784 81

Payments returned to applicants 5.171 56

ToUl paid by members $4,067,613 26

From all other sources: Interest. $536,844.61; rent, 7301.50; sundry
■refunds. $2152.10; refunds, fire insurance. $561.57; refunds, tem-
porary loans. $1726.56; redeposited checks. 1907. $3671.72 551 .257 06

Total income - 4,618, 870 32

Sum of both amounts $16,125,804 84

DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims $2.199956 79

Disability claims, permanent. $140,587.12; temporary. $256,482.89; old

aare. $104,779.49; expectancy of life. $2100; funeral. $18,751.47; totel, 522.700 97

Total paid to members. 1908 $2,722,657 76

Commissions and fees paid to agrents and organizers:

Mortuary, $28,943.46; sick and funeral. $3381.17. . . . $32,324 63
Salaries of deputies and agents: Mortuary. $103,063.45;

sick and funeral. $11.206.95 114.270 40

Expenses: Mortuary. $93,892.38; sick and funeral. ( .qa ^oa oe

$10.038.32 103,430 70 ( 3HZ,3E» 3b

Salaries tof officers: Mortuary. $32,989.80; sick and

funeral $3659.91 36 . 699 71

Salaries of office employees: Mortuary. $86,743.22; sick

and funeral. $8870.70 96.613 92

Furniture 438 30

Insurance departments. ^856.90: rent, mortuary. $8316.95; sick and

funeral. $924.55 10.098 40

Taxes. $5544.21; advertising. $3453.16; postage. $6714.94; legal ex-
penses, $15,602.18; traveling expenses, $3946.07 35,259 56

Office rent, $23. 1 66.04; executive expenses. $1499.15 24 ,665 19

Expenses of 1908 grand or supreme lodge convention 32.027 87

All other disbursements: Friendly societies. $1596.92; legislation,

$2723.76; office expenses. $7194.29; general expenses. $6034.38:

bond. $311: donations, '$1302.55; rates, $1086.90; loans to high

courts, $750 20.998 80

ToUl disbursements 3.228.386 24

Balance December 31, 1908 $12,897.419 60

LEDGER ASSETS.

Real estate $853,412 71

I. O. F. funds invested by Union Trust Company 8,467.383 64

Bonds. $1,598,608.23; stocks. $2,111,759.18; debentures, $678.409.97.. . . 4,883.777 38

Loans on real estate (first liens), bonds, collateral 2,466.692 78

Cash in office and banks 226,163 74

Stocks, bonds and other securities belonging to I. O. F. December

31, 1908. held by the Union Trust Company ( Ltd.) in trust for

the order and to be taken over in place of $1,500,000 (par value)

capital stock of the Union Trust Company (Ltd.) surrendered

by supreme court of I. O. F on reduction of capital stock of

Union Trust Company (Ltd.) from $2,000,000 to $1.000,000 1.500.000 00

Total $12,897,419 60



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Non-ledflrer aasets. $117 ,763 8 8

Gross assets $18,015,182 98

Dedact assets not admitted 28.972 22

Total admitted assets December 81. 1906. $12,986.210 71

LIABILITIES.

Death claims due. and unpaid. $6821.47; in suit. $26,416.66: resisted.

not in suit. $43,946.66: reported (not adjusted ). $U6.429.i9 $192,114 78

Temporary and permanent disabilities not due. $4760.77; temporary

and permanent not adjusted. $10.60a 16.250 77

Sick claims due, unpaid, $2018.14; resisted, $2268.89; not adjusted,

$4227.79 8.499 77

Funeral claims resisted, in suit, $50; not in suit. $400; unadjusted.

$1698.89 2.148 89

Old-affe benefits due and unpaid. $100; mortuary, claims paid in an-
nual instalments adjusted but not yet due; $2600; present value
unpaid instalment old-age annuities. $645,864; temporary and

permanent. $6150 563,214 00

Advance assessments. $6415.76; accounts due and unpaid. $8729;64 . . 9.145 40

Contingent liabilities. 247 notices of temporary and permanent

disabUitiea. $780.878 61

AU other liabilities 146,918 29

Total liabUitles -. 927,286 90

Balance to protect contracts December 81. 1906 $12,068,928 81

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES. jvb. Am^wU,

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81. 1907 257,267 $264,660,142 00

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908 18,624 14,964 148 00

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81. 1906 289,716 246.027,884 00

KANSAS BUSINESd.

Certificates written during 1906 55 $44.000 00

Certifieates in force December 31, 1906 128 182.500 00

Losses incurred. 2 2.000 00

Assessments collected 12 1,978 00

Claims paicL 2 1.450 00



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THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF PURITANS.

PITTSBURGH. PA.

Supreme president and sreneral manager. GL I. Link: sapreme secretary-cashier. W. F. Landbr.
Organized 1908. Began basiness in Kansas April. 1908.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.



Amount of net ledger assets December 81, 1907.

INCOBfE.

Assessments : Mortuary. 186.615.81; disability, all classes. $1422.10..
Per capita and other tax collected for expenses. $46,849.30; member-
ship fees. $6665

Medical examiners' fees ._

Total paid by members

Interest.

Total inconoe -



$37.087 91

52.504 30
1.188 00

$90,676 21
989 06



Sum of both amounts.



DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims

Disability claims, permanent, $60; temporary, $706; returned to ap- '
plicants and members. $80.60 < _

Total paid to members, 1906

Commissions and fees paid to agents and organizers. . $34,686 98
Salaries of d^uties and agents, less commissions and

fees...; 1.874 26

Salaries of officers. $4179.29; office employees. $2862.60, 6,641 79 j

Insurance departments

Expenses of 1908 grand or supreme lodge convention

All other disbursements

Total disbursements



$37,297 40

79 6 60

$88,008 00

42,852 97

487 22

145 60

11,822 48



Balance December 81. 1908. .



LEDGER ASSETS.



Cash in office. $1854.01; in banks, $28,778.61.
All other assets (members' note)..



Net ledger i

Non-ledger assets: Amounts collected,

plies and office fixtures, $4120.90. . . .



not received, $460.25 ; sup-



Gross assets

Deduct assets not admitted

Total admitted assets December 81. 1908. .



LIABILITIES.



Deferred payments, net value. .
Looses not adjusted, all classes.

Resisted claims, all classes

Advance pasrments

Total liabUities*



$80,632 62
20 00

$30,662 62
4^1 J[6

$36,233 77
4,120 90



$21,323 68

10 00

883 87

2,914 48



Balance to protect contracts December 31, 1908

*A11 claims covering a period of 100 months provided for.

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES.



Death-benefit certificates in force December 31. 1907

Death-benefit certificates written during 1908.

Death-benefit certificates in force December 81. 1908.

Disability benefits, all classes, in force December 31, 1907.

Disability benefits, all classes, written during 1908

Disability benefits, all classes, in force December 31. 1908.



$32,839 58



91,664 26



$124.008 79



98.361 17



$80.652 62



$31,112 87



25.081 96
$6.080 89



No,


AfkounL


1,537


$5,984,250 00


622


2,948,800 00


1.518


6,180.900 00


317


77.100 00


249


39.600 00


230


40.900 00



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KANSAS BUSINESS.

Gcrtificatoa written during 190B, mortuaiT 182 |669»600 00

Cortiflcates in force December 81. 1906. mortuary 127 648,000 00

ABMssments coDeeted. expense. 8 6.812 76

Leffal fee allowed local medioal examiner8{l8.

Leffal fee allowed for issoins certificatee. $8.



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THE KEYSTONE GUARD.

ATHENS. PA.

President. J. W. Bba^an ; secrwtary. G. F. Stanton.
Orsanixed June 4, 1906. Beffan btuineas in Kansas. 1907.



Statement for Year ending December 31, 1908.

Amount of net ledger assets December SI, 1907 $46,846 62

INCOME.

Assessments, mortuary and benefit $107.796 76

Per capita and other tax collected for expense. $61,948.14; member-
ship fees. $62 62.000 14

Total $169,798 90

Deduct payments returned to applicants or members, mortuary and

benefit, $249.83; expenses. $12.80 262 18

Total paid by members $169,581 77

Interest on roortffaffe loans. $827.42; on collateral loans. $186w09; on
bonds. $2852.70; sale of lodge supplies. $2811.17; official publica-
tion. $681.80; miscellaneous receipts, $168.03 6.862 21

Total income 176,898 98

Sum of both amounts $222,740 60

DISBURSEMENTS.

Death claims. $5449.16; sick and accident. $23.066.77 $28.606 92

Commissions and fees paid to agents and organisers.. . . $18,468 16 i oc cru «n

Salaries of officers. $10,289.67; office employees. $2806.87, 18.046 44 f ^'^^ ^

Insurance departments. $595.50; lodge supplies. $1853.42 2.448 92

Collateral loans. $126.60; organizers' balance. $851.60; bills receiva-
ble. $474.42 962 62

Expense of 1908 grand or supreme lodge convention. $917.18; rent,

$860 1,278 18

Advertising, printing and stationery. $6860.18; postage, express,
telephone and telegraph, $3,023.02; official publication. $791.76:

legal expenses, $171.66: furniture and fixtures. $1.664.46 18,960 57

Sundry office expenses. $1099.86: officers' bonds. $869.64; salaries and

fees to medical examiners. $2859.88; traveling expenses. $2184.66. 6.044 63

Total disbursements 78.715 24

Balance December 81, 1908 $1 44.025 86

LEDGER ASSETS.

Bonds. $106.888 06

Loans on real estate (first liens), bonds, collateral 82.400 00

Cash in banks 10.280 82

Collateral k>ans. $2848.73; bUls receivable. $1784.86; organizers' bal-

ance. $428.40. 4.506 48

Net ledger assets $144,025 86

Non-ledger assets 48.888 15

Gross assets $187,368 61

Deduct assets not admitted 30. 479 66

Total admitted assets December 31, 1908 - $166.878 86

LIABILITIES.

Sick and accident claims not adjusted, all classes $168 66

Resisted claims, all classes. 168 67

Advance assessments 1,063 92

Total lUbUities - 1.886 05

Balance to protect contracts December 31. 1908 $156.492 81



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