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Age pattern; present age:

Policies, number, amount of insurance, annual premiums, each

plan; table 12 122-123

Policies in each age group, number and percent; comment, chart,

and table 22-23

Companies underwriting:

Policies, number and percent; table 18

Cost of:

Amount and percent insurance in force; amount and percent

annual premium; comment and table 41-42

Families insured:

Companies carrying policies, list of 104

Number of policies per family, by average annual income per

family member, nonrelief and relief families; table 31 148-149

Insurance in force:

Amount and percenc in force, by average annual income per

family member; comment, chart, and table 20-21

Amount in force; table and chart 16

Carriers of insurance; number of policies, amount of insurance,

annual premiums each carrier; by plan of insurance; table 8- 115-116

Combinations of ordinary and other classes of policies in force 17

One class and combinations of class, number and percent of
policies, amount and percent of insurance in force, amount

and percent annual premium; table 6 111-112

Policies in force, number and amount per policy 15



INDEX 165

ORDINARY INSURANCE— Continued.

Monthly premium payments: Page.

Company (Metropolitan, Prudential, John Hancock, and others)
and savings-bank carriers; policies under and over $1,000;
number of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums,

by plan of insurance; table 117

Plans in force:

Amount and percent; comment, charts, and table 28-30, 32

Number of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums;
by company (Boston Mutual, John Hancock, Metropolitan,

Prudential) and savings-bank; dollar amount; table 7 113-114

Relative importance:

Amount and percent of insurance in force, number of families
holding, average annual income per family member, industrial,

group, and fraternal; table 10 118

Sex pattern:

Policies, number and percent, by sex; comment, table, and chart. 25-26
Sex and age pattern :

Number of persons, number of policies, amount of insurance,

annual premiums, each sex, by age groups; table 11 1_ 119-120

PATTERN ANALYSES:

Absentee premiums. (See Absentee Pattern.)
Age. (See Age Pattern.)
Breadwinners. (See Breadwinner Pattern.)
Carriers of insurance. (See Carriers of Life Insurance.)
Dependency. (See Dependency Pattern.)
Family incomes. (See Family Income Pattern.)
Premium payment. (See Premium Payment Pattern.)
Sex. (See Sex Pattern.)

Size of family. (See Size of Family Pattern.)
PERSONS INSURED:

Living away from family. (See Absentees Insured.)

Living with family. (See Family Members Insured.)

Policies and persons, number; policies per person, number; insurance,

amount and per person; table 14

PLANS OF INSURANCE:
Cost of:

Amount and percent each plan; comment and table 42

Defined , 27-28

Endowment plan. (See Endowment Plan.)

Limited-payment life plan. (See Limited-payment Life Plan.)

Plans in force, by class of insurance, enumerated families; table 7.. 113-114

Term plan. (See Term Plan.)

Whole life plan. (See Whole Life Plan.)

Years in force 31

PREMIUM PAYMENT PATTERN:

Absentee premiums. (See Absentee premium pattern.)

Annual premiums, by blocks surveyed, dollar amount; table 1.. 106-107

Breadwinner premiums:

Percent family premium paid on all breadwinners to total premi-
ums; table 25 142

Percent family premium paid on chief breadwinner, by number

of dependents in family; table 23 140

Families insured (1,666):

Family income percent paid for premiums, nonrelief and relief

families, by average annual income per family member; table 21. 139

Percent of family income paid, by size of family; table 19 137

Illustrations of premium receipt books 97-98

Industrial policies:

Annual premiums paid, amount; annual income, percent of in-
come paid for premiums; comment, chart, and table 46-48

Discounts for making payments at office of company; comment. 54

Frequency of payment, family preference; comment 54

Frequency of payment preference by number of nonrelief and

relief families; table 36 152



166 INDEX

PREMIUM PAYMENT PATTERN— Continued.

Monthly payment plan : Page

Policies under and over $1,000; by company (Metropolitan,
Prudential, John Hancock, and others) and savings-bank
carriers; number of policies, amount of insurance, annual

premiums; table 9 117

Nonrelief and relief families:

Percent of family income paid for premiums; comment, table, and

chart 42-44

Not paid currently out of family income; table 38 153

PROGRAMMING:

Criteria upon which program application to family is based; comment. 58-59

Planning weaknesses; comment 75-78

PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA:
Industrial policies:

Extent of multiple company coverage; comment, chart, and

table.., 51-53

Number and percent 18

Insurance in force:

Ordinary and industrial; by plans; dollar amount, table 8 115-116

Ordinary policies, number and percent 18

RELIEF FAMILIES: ENUMERATED (696):
Family member income:

Number insured and uninsured, by average annual income per

family member; table 5 110

Industrial insurance carried by ; comment 8

Insurance ownership:

Number families insured and uninsured, by block numbers

surveyed; table 2 108

Insurance status:

Comment and charts 8-9

Number insured and not insured, percentage insured, by size of

family; table 4 110

Insured, number and percent; chart 8

Size of families, number and percent each size group insured; table — 11

Uninsured, number and percent; chart 8

RELIEF FAMILIES INSURED (415):
Absentee premiums:

Number paid, by age; table 16 130

Percent of total premiums paid; table 37 153

Age classification:

Insured and uninsured persons; chief and other breadwinners;

dependents and absentees; table 16 130

Breadwinner pattern:

Number of breadwinners by family income and per family

member; table 15 129

Number of breadwinners by size of family; table 14 128

Case studies, white and colored families 57-74

Class of insurance carried, by economic status per family member;

table 31 - 148-149

Dependency classification:

Insured and uninsured persons, at present age ; table 16. . — 130

Number of dependents per family, percent of family income

paid for premiums; table 20." 138

Number of families, median percentages paid for premiums by

number of dependents in family; comment, table, and chart — 44-45

Economic status and relative burden of insurance cost; comment 46

Endowment policies:

Industrial, percent paid by; table 22 139

Percent of all industrial policies; table 30 147

Industrial policies (701):

Annual premiums paid, amount, annual income; percent of
income paid for premiums; by .average annual income per

family member; table 48

Policies per family, by size of family; table 32 149-150

Lapse and surrender experience; table 35 ' 152



INDEX 1(37

RELIEF FAMILIES INSURED (415)— Continued.

Premium payments: Page

Percent of family income paid for premiums; comment, table, and

chart 42-44

Percent family income paid for premiums, by average annual

income per family member; table 21 139

Percent of family income paid, by size of family; table 19 137

Visiting nurse service used by; table 39 _ 154

RELIEF FAMILIES UNINSURED:
Breadwinner pattern:

Chief and other breadwinners number of; dependents, number of;

at present ages; table 16A 131

SAVINGS-BANK LIFE INSURANCE; FAMILIES ENUMERATED:
Monthly premium payments:

Ordinary policies; number, amount of insurance, annual premiums,

by plan of insurance; table 117

Ordinary policies, number and percent 18

SAVINGS-BANK LIFE INSURANCE; FAMILIES INSURED:
Age pattern; age of issue:

Number of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums;

table 13A ,___ 127

Age pattern; present age:

Number of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums;

table 12A 124

Cost of:

Amount and percent insurance in force; amount and percent

annual premium; comment and table 41-42

Sex and age pattern:

Number of persons, number of policies, amount of insurance,

annual premiums, each sex, by age groups; table 11 119-120

SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS:

Life insurance use compared with use of savings institutions, by fam-
ilies insured and uninsured and average annual income per family

member; table 40 . 154

Life insurance against other forms of savings institutions, family

reliance ; comment - 55

SCHEDULE USED FOR SURVEY:

Adjustments made on schedules 94-96

Credentials for enumerator 83

Instructions to enumerators; text 84-93

Reduced facsimile 79-81

SEX PATTERN:

Classes of insurance:

Industrial, ordinary and all; number of policies, amount of in-
surance, annual premiums, bv present age of insured; table 11 _ 119-120
SEX PATTERN: FAMILIES INSURED

Family members insured (57,91): Insurance in force, dollar amount;
economic status of members; number and percentages: tables

17-17A 132-134

Industrial policies:

Family members insured, economic status, number and percent

members insured; tables 18-18A_ 135-136

Number and percent by sex; comment, table, and chart 25-26

Persons insured, number and percent, number of policies, amount
of insurance, annual premiums, average per insured person,

by present age; table 26 ' 143

Persons insured, number by sex; comment and chart 26-27

Ordinary policies:

Number and percent; comment, tables and chart 25-26

SIZE OF FAMILY PATTERN: FAMILIES ENUMERATED (2,132):

Nonrelief and relief; number Insured and not insured; table 4 110

SIZE OF FAMILY PATTERN: FAMILIES INSURED (1,666>: ■

Number and percent each size class 10

Industrial insurance:

Policies per family, number, nonrelief and relief families; table

32_____ . - 149-150



168 INDEX

SIZE OF FAMILY PATTERN: FAMILIES INSURED (1,666)— Con. Pago
Premium payments:

Percent of family income paid for premiums bv size of family;

table 19 137

Relief families:

Number of breadwinners by size of family; table 14 _ 128

SURRENDER EXPERIENCE: FAMILIES ENUMERATED (2,132):

Family experience, 1,879 reports; comment 53

Number and percent of surrendered and lapsed policies, nonrelief and

relief families; table 35 . . 152

SURRENDER EXPERIENCE: MASSACHUSETTS:
Industrial policies:

Percent each year, 1928-37, comment, table, and chart 101-103

TERM PLAN:

Age pattern; age of issue:

Industrial, ordinary, and savings-bank life insurance; number of
policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums, each class, table

13 125-126

Age pattern: present age:

Industrial, ordinary and savings-bank life insurance; number of
policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums, tables

12-12A 122-124

Cost of:

Industrial and ordinary and all classes; number and percent of

premiums written; comment and table 42

Defined 27

Insurance in force; Families insured:

Amount and percent by class ; comment, chart, and table 28-30

Insurance in force; Families enumerated:

Classes of insurance and variant of plan; number of policies,
amount of insurance, annual premium; dollar amount; table

7 r 113-114

Company carriers of industrial and ordinary, by company; num-
ber of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums each

carrier; dollar amount: table 8 115-116

TERMINATION OF POLICIES:

Lapse and surrender experience; table 35 152

VISITING NURSE SERVICE:

Industrial insurance; companies offering service; comment 55

Use of; number and percent of families, by average annual income of

nonrelief and relief families, respectively; table 39 154

WHOLE LIFE PLAN:

Age pattern; present age:

Industrial, ordinary, and savings-bank life insurance; number of
policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums; tables

12-12A . 122-124

Age pattern; age of issue:

Industrial, ordinary, and savings-bank life insurance; number of
policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums, each class;

tables 13-13A . 125-127

Cost of:

Industrial and ordinary, and all classes; number and percent of

premiums written; comment and table 42

Defined 28

Industrial insurance:

Policies in force, percent, by age; comment and chart 31-32

Years in force, number in percentages of total policies; comment,

table, and cl art 33-37

Insurance in force; families enumerated:

Classes of insurance and variants of plan; number of policies,
amount of insurance, annual premium; dollar amount; table

7 113-114

Company carriers of industrial and ordinary, by company; num-
ber of policies, amount of insurance, annual premiums each

carrier; table 8 115-116

Insurance in force; families insured:

Amount and percent by classes; comment, chart, and table 28-30



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