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To Balance from last account........ $92,782,986 08 | By paid Death Claims................ $5,095.795 00 * Premiums received...... ...... 13,457,928 44 * Matured Endowments....... 2,866,261 73 * Interest and Rents...
.. 5,042.964 4
$7,962,056 73 Annuities...
27,661 38 Dividends..
3,138,491 69 Surrendered icies and Additions ....
2,831,150 71 Total paid Policy-holders
current and extinguishment
886,126 90 " " Premium charged off on Se
curities Purchased......... 405.472 22 Taxes and Assessments..... 226,057 69 Expenses.................. 834,752 79
Balance to New Account.... 94,972, 108 86 $111,283,878 97
To Reserve at four per cent.......... $95,571,877 00 “ Claims by death not yet due.. 908,635 00 ! Premiums paid in advance...... 22,794 35 " Agents' Balances.....
8,479 56 Surplus and Continge at Guarantee Fund............
By Bonds Secured by Mortgages on
.. $46,303,472 34 " United States and other Bonds... 25,279,040 00
Loans on Collaterals............. 15.037.910
Real Estate...... .. ....... 8,633.971 89 " Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at interest.............
3,403,249 63 " Interest accrued.....
1,310, 588 23 * Premiums deferred, quarterly and semi-annual....
1,039,229 68 “ Premiums in transit, principally for December.
140,786 48 $101,148,248 25
$101, 148,248 25
NOTE.-If the New York Standard of four and a half per cent Interest be used, the Surplus is over $12,000,000.
From the Surplus, as appears in the Balance Sheet, a dividend will be apportioned to each participating Policy which shall be in force at its anniversary in 1884. THE PREMIUM RATES CHARGED FOR INSURANCE IN THIS COMPANY WERE REDUCED IN 1879 ABOUT 15 PER CENT
ON ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES. ASSETS.......
.........$101,148,248 25 New YORK, January 18, r884.
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