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INDIANA 



STATE LIBRARY 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



STATE OF INDIANA 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE 

SEVERAL BENEVOLENT, REFORMATORY AND EDUCATIONAL 

INSTITUTIONS, AS REQUIRED BY LAW TO BE 

MADE TO THE GOVERNOR 



FOR THE 

Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1907 

AND THE 

Calendar Year Ending December 31, 1907 
Volume I 



BY AUTffORITY 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BUEFOKD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING, 

1908. 



CONTENTS. 



Volume I. 

Auditor of State. 
Treasurer of State. 
Eailroad Commission. 
Department of Inspection, 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Being a Detailed Statement of the Woflc of the Various Depart- 
ments of Said Office for the Fiscal Year Ending 
September 30, 1907. 



APPENDIX : 
Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 

1907 



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^ STATE OF INDIANA, ) 

Executive Department, > 
Indianapolis, December 2, 1907. j 

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State 
for verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State 
Indianapolis, December 2, 1907 



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The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the 
State Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

J. C. BILLHEIMER, 

Auditor of State. 



December 3, 1907. 

Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and trans- 
mitted to Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of 
Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

FRED L. GEMMER, 
Secretary to the Oovernor. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana. 
December 3, 1907. 

FRED A. SIMS, 
Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer December 3, 
1907. 

HARRY SLOUGH, 
Clerk Printing Bureau 



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INDEX. 



AUDITING DEPARTMENT. 

Page. 

Abstract of Assessments, 1906 28 

Abstract of Duplicates, 1906 28 

Balance in Treasury — 

November 1, 1906 .• 13 

September 30, 1907 15 

Benevolent Institution Fund — 

Receipts to 26 

Disbursements from 26 

College Fund — 

Condition of 61 

Disbursements from 27 

Interest, disbursements of 27 

Interest, receipts of 27 

List of borrowers from, by counties 60 

Receipts to 22 

Classification of — 

Disbursements, General Fund 27 

Receipts, General Fund 27 

Disbursements by Funds 14 

Disbursements during fiscal year from — 

Benevolent Institution Fund 26 

College Fund 27 

College Fund, Interest 27 

Educational Institution Fund 26 

General Fund 16 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University 27 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University, Interest 27 

School Revenue for Tuition 26 

State Debt Sinking Fund 26 

Unclaimed Estates 27 

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Page. 

Disbursements by Funds , . . 14 

Educational Institution Fund — 

Disbursements from 26 

Receipts to 26 

General Fund — 

Disbursements 16 

Receipts 16 

Receipts to, Summary of , . 27 

Interest on Public Debt 59 

Introductory Remarks 11 

Public Debt Statement '. 57 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University — 

Disbursements from 27 

Distribution of the Fund 27 

Interest, Disbursement of 27 

Interest, Receipts of 27 

List of Borrowers, by counties 60 

Receipts to 27 

PoU Taxes- 
Collections of, 1907 56 

Receipts and Disbursements, Statement 13 . 

Receipts by Funds 13 

Receipts to — 

Benevolent Institution Fund 26 

College Fund 27 

College Fund Interest 27 

Educational Institution Fund 26 

General Fund 16 

Permanent Endowment Fund '27 

Permanent Endowment Fund Interest ,27 

State Debt Sinking Fund ' 26 

School Revenue for Tuition 26 

Unclaimed Estates 27 

Recapitulation 15 

State Debt Sinking Fund — 

Disbursements. . 26 

Receipts 26 

School Revenue for Tuition — 

Disbursements 26 

Receipts 26 



Settlements— Page., 

December, 1906 44 

May, 1907 50 

Summary Receipts, General Fund 27 

Summary Disbursements from General Fund 27 

Tax Levies, 1850-1907 62 

Taxes Collected • - 12 

Taxable Property 28 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Annual reports of companies ■■ 104 

Assets of companies — 

Fire and marine insurance companies of other States 20 

Miscellaneous companies 50 

Life companies 66 

Indiana life companies. 66 

Invested assets, fire and marine and foreign companies 20 

Companies authorized to do business in the State — 

Fire and fire and marine companies of other States 4 

Fire companies of foreign lands 7 

Fire companies of Indiana ■ . 4 

Life and accident assessment companies of Indiana .12 

Life and accident assessment companies of other States 12 

Life companies of Indiana 10 

Miscellaneous companies of Indiana 8 

Miscellaneous companies of other States 8 

Companies of other States admitted to do business in the State 4 

Fraternal companies of Indiana complying with the law of 1889 13 

Fraternal companies of other States 13 

Fraternal associations — Statistical 92 

Insurance in force, premiums, losses, taxes, fees 20 

Liabilities — 

Fire and fire and marine companies 20 

Miscellaneous companies 50 

Life companies 66 

Indiana life companies 66 

Reports of — 

Legal reserve life companies, Indiana 136 

Indiana fire and miscellaneous companies 104-124 

Indiana assessment life and accident companies 200 

Indiana fraternal beneficiary associations 222 

Assessment accident companies of other States 82 

Fraternal beneficiary associations of other States 234 



BUILDING AND LOAN DEPARTMENT. 

Page. 

Introductory 3 

Associations beginning business 3 

Associations retiring from business 4 

Associations in liquidation 5 

Comparative statements, years 1906-1907 6 

Dividends liquidating associations — 

Statements of condition of associations 8 



BANK DEPARTMENT. 

Calls on State banks for 1907 6 

Private banks for 1907 91 

Comparative statements, resources and liabilities for 1906-1907 — • 

State banks 7 

Private banks 90 

Trust companies 164 

Savings banks 196 

New State banks 4 

New Trust Companies 163 

Statements of condition — 

State banks 8-86 

Private banks 92-162 

Trust companies 165-195 

Savings banks 196-199 

LAND DEPARTMENT. 

Lands held by State by deed 7 

List of lands unsold under acts 1883 and 1889 3-7 

List of lands forfeited for nonpayment of loans 3 

Remarks 2 



APPENDIX. 
Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners for 1907. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



JOHN C. BILLHEIMER, 

Auditor. 

JOHN E. EEED, 

Deputy Auditor. 

WILLIAM H. QUICK, 

Audit Clerk. 

JOHN D. WILLIAMS, 

Settlement Clerk. 

LELA A. YOUNG, 

Stenographer. 

ROLLO B. OGLESBEE, 

Bank Clerk. 

CHARLES C. KELLY, 

Building S Loan Clerk. 

DAVID H. OLIVE, 

Land Clerk. 

KATHERINE MAHONEY, 

Stenographer. 

EDWARD M. HINSHAW, 
JAMES R. HENRY, 

J. W. LEVINGS, 

CHARLES W. CAMP, 

Bank Examiners. 

CYRUS W. NEAL, 

Insurance Deputy. 

JOHN M. ASHBY, 

Insurance Actuary. 

EDWARD E. NEAL, 

Insurance Securities Clerk. 

EDWIN N. BUTTOLPH, 

Insurance Examiner. 
CLIFFIE B. MANLOVE, 

Insurance Clerk. 

KATHERINE MOORE, 

Stenographer. 

ETHEL E. PITTS, 

Copy Land Records. 

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AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Hon. J. Frank Hanly, Governor of Indiana: 

Sir^ — I have the honor to herewith subrait for your exam- 
ination the report of the Auditor of State for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 1907, giving in detail the fiscal affairs 
of the State, with an elaborate showing of receipts and dis- 
bursements and exhaustive tabulations reviewing abstracts 
of county duplicates and settlements ; valuable data, asso- 
ciated with tax levies, duplicates, and all features associ- 
ated with the assessment, collection and disposition of pub- 
lic revenues. I have also submitted extended reports of the 
insurance, land, building association, banking and trust 
bureaus, with suggestions as provided by statute, that in 
my judgment would be of benefit to the people in strength- 
ening the law as to the efficiency of these agencies of public 
utility. 

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT. 

There is for 1906 levied for State purposes an aggregate 
tax of 31.35 cents on each $100. Of this amount, twelve 
cents is for the General Fund, and five cents for the Benev- 
olent Institution Fund. From the levies in these funds 
combined come to the State all the taxes that are, or can be 
used for the general expense of the State, and said taxes 
amounted last year to $2,830,598.68. The levy for school 
purposes is eleven cents and six mills on the $100, and the 
taxes resulting are distributed pro rata among the different 
counties, according to the enumeration of school children. 
This tax aggregated last year $2,003,719.62. The Educa- 
tional Institution tax of two and three-fourths cents on 

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each $100 amounted to $437,691.72 and was distributed as 
the law provides: four-elevenths thereof to the Indiana 
University, three-elevenths thereof to the State Normal 
School, and four-elevenths thereof to Purdue University. 

The tax duplicates of the State amounted to $1,591,281,- 
151.00. The amount of delinquent tax is $296,028,557.00. 
There can be no legitimate reason to justify such a large 
delinquency. In this season of universal prosperity, if 
taxes can not be collected, there must be some radical 
wrong, proceeding from local causes. It is manifestly a 
very grave injustice to the taxpayers who meet these con- 
tributions for the operating expenses of government, that 
such a large per cent, of their neighbors are permitted to 
either go scot-free, or do indifferently, and often inade- 
quately, what should be the very first patriotic duty of good 
citizenship. Thousands of dollars are absolutely lost, by 
either going off the duplicates through insolvency, or the 
removal of delinquents to other locations. The Legislature 
recently endeavored to cure this wrong by increasing the 
treasurer's fees two per cent., but still the evil exists, and 
in my judgment, because of the lack of heroic enforcement 
of the present laws. I believe the State Tax Commission- 
ers are delegated powers by the statute to supervise delin- 
quent taxes in the different counties, but if additional legis- 
lation is necessary, it ought to be supplied, to the end that 
these omissions of public duty and omissions of tax pay- 
ments should cease. The yearly conference of County As- 
sessors with the State Board of Tax Commissioners has 
introduced uniformity into the valuations of farm and 
other tangible personal values. 

The total tax levy of the State for State, county and 
municipal purposes for the year of 1906 was $33,515,277.06 
and I would say that a collection of 92 per cent of the en- 
tire levy would be a fair estimate. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



STATEMENT. 

Showing Condensed Exhibit of the Balance in the State Treasury by 
Funds at the Beginning of the Fiscal Year, November 1, 190G; also 

the Amounts Received and Disbursed from the Several Funds Dur- 
ing the Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30, 1907, and the Balance on Hand 
on Such Date. 

Balance in Treasury October 31, 1906 — 

General Fund $432,654 60 

School Revenue 56,944 31 

College Fund, principal 3,386 45 

College Fund, interest 760 13 

Permanent Endov^ment Fund, principal .... 2,738 76 

Sales of lands. Common School Fund 9,323 38 

Unclaimed estates 53,075 17 

Common School Fund 5,741 52 

Swamp Land Fund 23,598 55 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 1,933 25 

Surplus Revenue Fund 500 00 

Sinking Fund 467 78 

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest. ... 23 04 



Total balance in Treasury Oct. 31, 1906. . $591,146 94 



US) 



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Receipts by Funds During Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30, 1907. 

General Fund $4,740,578 98 

School Revenue for Tuition 2,506,903 49 

Benevolent Institution Fund 794,788 06 

State Debt Sinking Fund 3,0&4 43 

Educational Institution Fund 437,691 72 

College Fund, principal ' 9,438 42 

College Fund, interest 2,291 05 

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal 14,589 95 

Permanent Endovs^ment Fund, interest 35,018 00 

Unclaimed Estates 11,489 37 

Common School Fund 199 91 

Sale of State Lands 12,405 51 

Total gross receipts $8,5GS,478 89 

Less transfer warrants $797,872 49 

Less advance payments, same as disburse- 
ments 648,900 00 

Total to be deducted 1,466,772 49 



Net receipts !S7,121.706 40 



Disbursements by Funds During Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30. 1907. 

General Fund $4,275,605 97 

School Revenue for Tuition 2,493,387 52 

College Fund, principal 9,382 45 

College Fund, interest 2,890 09 ' . 

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal 12,539 70 

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest 34,943 04 

Benevolent Institution Fund 794,788 06 

State Debt Sinking Fund 3,084 43 

Educational Institution Fund 437,691 72 

Unclaimed Estates 1,716 61 

Sale State Lands 972 12 

Total gross disbursements $8,067,001 71 

Less transfer warrants $797,872 49 

Less advance payments, same as receipts .... 648,900 00 

Total to be deducted 1,446.772 49 



Net disbursements $6,620,229 22 



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RECAPITULATION. 



Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1906 $591,110 94 

Total cash receipts 8,568,478 89 

Total $9,159,625 83 



Total cash disbursements 8,067,001 71 

Balance in treasury Sept. 30, 1907 $1,092,624 12 

General Fund $897,627 61 

School Revenue 70,460 28 

College Fund, principal 3,442 42 

College Fund, interest 161 09 

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal 4,789 01 

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest 98 00 

Swamp Land Fund 23,598 55 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 1,933 25 

Surplus Revenue Fund 500 00 

Unclaimed Estates 62,847 93 

Sale of lands. Common School Fund 9,323 38 

Sinking Fund 467 78 

Common School Fund 5,941 43 

Sale State Lands 11,433 39 



Total balance in Treasury Sept 30. 1907. . $1,092,624 12 



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STATEMENT. 

Showing the Receipts to and Disbursements from State Treasury by 
Funds and Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30, 1907. 

Disbursements. Receipts. 
Governor- 
Governor's salary $7,333 33 

Secretary 2,250 00 

Clerk 1,250 00 

Messenger 916 67 

Office expense 8S5 69 

Military Contingent 1,G0G 90 

Emergency Contingent 28,928 97 $1,683 45 

House rent 1.507 78 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 916 67 

Totals $45,596 01 $1,683 45 



Adjutant-General — 

General's salary $2,062 50 

Clerk 975 00 

Stenographer 550 00 

Quartermaster-General 1,100 00 

Indiana militia 71,134 10 $1,598 04 

Spanish War claims 7,676 77 

Classification of records 932 65 

Totals $84,73102 $1,598 04 



Secretary of State- 
Secretary's salary $5,958 33 

Deputy 2,200 00 

Clerk 750 00 

Recording clerk 837 97 

Stenographer 610 CO 

Additional stenographer 610 00 

Office expense 537 63 

Automobiles .537 15 

Foreign Coi-poration 875 00 

Printing and distribution of Acts 13,388 02 

Distribution Court Reports 225 08 

Sales Court Reports $8,760 00 

Local incorporation fees 187,953 22 

Foreign incorporation fees 4,765 44 

Miscellaneous fees 11,455 33 

Totals ,,,,.,, $26,529 18 $212,933 99 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Public Printing — 

Clerk's salary $1,375 00 

Expense of printing 72,360 18 

Election ballots and expense 23,242 84 

Totals $96,978 32 

Auditor of State — 

Auditor's salary $6,875 00 • 

Deputy 2,291 67 

Auditing clerk 1,250 00 

Settlement clerk 1,466 67 

Stenographer 660 00 

Insurance Deputy's salary 2,250 00 

Extra Insurance Clerk 916 67 

Insurance Security Clerk 1,250 00 

Insurance Actuary 2,833 -33 

Insurance Examiner 1,249 99 

Contingent Fund insurance 750 00 

Land Clerk 1,650 00 

Building and Loan Clerk 1,000 00 

Office expense 1,-504 80 $129 80 

Bank Clerk 1,250 00 

Bank Examiner 3,675 58 

Bank Examiner's expense 945 15 

Two additional Stenographers 1,020 00 

Copying land records 872 75 

Codifying laws 500 00 

Classifying records 600 00 

Insurance fees 70,544 54 

Miscellaneous fees 5,204 06 



Totals $34,811 61 $75,878 40 

Treasurer of State^ — 

Treasurer's salary ' $5,958 33 

Deputy 1,833 33 

Clerk 060 00 

Office expense , 274 47 

Insurance taxes $378,673 01 



Totals $8,726 13 $378,673 01 

Attorn ey-Genera 1 — 

Attorney-General's salary $6,875 00 

Assistant 2,200 00 

Traveling Deputy 2,200 00 

Deputy 2,011 80 

Assistant Deputy * 1,650 00 

2— Aud. ofState, 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Attorney-General — Continued. 

Clerii and Stenographer $825 00 

Assistant Stenographer 750 00 

Traveling expense 1,249 34 

Office expense (587 50 

Law boolvs 274 10 

Escheated estates 811 10 $500 00 



■ Totals $19,583 84 $500 00 

Clerk Supreme Court- 
Clerk's salary $4,583 33 

Deputy 1,050 00 

Assistant Deputy 1,100 00 

Record Clerk 975 00 

Copy Clerk 702 50 

Fee Clerk 625 00 

Office expense 772 15 

Supreme Court fees $4,672 68 

Appellate Court fees 5,449 97 

Totals $10,467 98 $10122 65 

Reporter Supreme Court — 

Reporter's salary $4,583 33 

Deputy 1,750 00 

Second Assistant 1,016 67 

Third Assistant 454 00 

Stenographer 700 00 

Office expense 61 75 

Total $8,565 75 

Supreme Court — 

Judges' salaries $27,500 00 

Stenographers 2,676 31 

Librarian 1,650 00 

Messenger 1,100 00 

Sheriff 550 00 

Law library 1,824 42 

Chambers 1,651 91 

Total $36,952 64 

Appellate Court — 

Judges' salaries $33,000 GO 

Stenographers 3,010 00 

Messenger 600 00 

Expense 1,375 00 

Total •. $38,045 00 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Superior and. Circuit Courts — 

Superior Judges $34,729 85 

Circuit Court Judges 178,119 54 

Prosecuting Attorneys 27,499 80 

Sheriffs' mileage 14,873 60 

Total $255,222 79 

Superintendent Public Instruction — 

Superintendent's salary $2,750 00 

Assistant 1,838 33 

Deputy 1,375 00 

Clerk 1,100 00 

Stenographer : 660 00 

Traveling expense 916 53 

Office expense 965 04 $48 37 

Teachers' certificates 95 OO 

State Board Education 5,659 74 1,801 62 



Totals $15,259 64 $1,944 99 

State Library — ■ 

Librarian $1,650 00 

Reference Librarian 1,008 34 

Cataloguer '. 1,008 34 

Assistant and Stenogi-apher 825 00 

Messenger 660 00 

Legislative Reference Department 1,336 71 

Books and binding 2,775 89 $25 90 

Public document and office expense 1,096 43 

Reorganization 2,789 95 

New cabinets 266 30 

New shelving 3,750 00 

Public Library Commission 6,416 67 10 00 



Totals $23,583 63 $35 90 

Board of Health- 
Expense $9,159 36 

Secretary . ; 2,.50O 00 

Chief Clerk 1,166 67 

Laboratory maintenance 9,380 40 $295 72 

Pure Food 8,528 55 



Totals : $30,734 98 $295 72 

Board of State Charities- 
Expense $7,314 10 

Agents 7,304 77 

Transportation 350 00 $350 00 



Totals $14,968 87 $350 00 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Board of Forestry — 

Secretary's salary $1,650 00 

Commissioners' salaries and expenses .... 461 44 

Clerks 550 00 

Office expense 916 88 $0 21 

Improvements 4,673 50 

Reservation expense 2,871 59 

Receipts 1,344 57 

Totals $11,123 41 $1,344 78 

Board Medical Registration and Examination. $5,470 33 $5,851 00 

Board of Pharmacy 2,259 44 078 50 

Board Tax Commissioners — 

Commissioners' salaries 6,291 67 

Commissioners' expense 1,725 29 

Commissioner Fisheries and Game — • 

Commissioner's salary 1,100 00 

Traveling expense 618 76 

Expense 22,592 85 39 80 

Fish and Game Protective Fund 24,540 25 

Totals $24,31161 $24,540 05 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument — 

Expense $11,999 98 

Special 224 00 

Earnings : $7,296 90 

Repairs 449 60 

Totals $12,673 58 $7,296 90 

Labor Commission $4,438 SS 

State Board Agriculture 10,000 00 

Indiana Academy of Science 484 54 

Bureau of Statistics — 

Chief's salary $2,333 33 

Deputy 1,525 00 

Clerks 1,916 67 

Agents' expense 2,700 00 

Stenographers 1,260 00 

Office expense 1,213 78 $40 45 

Totals $10,948 78 $40 45 

Board of Pardons — 

Salaries $825 00 

Clerk 825 00 

Expense 80 20 

Total $1,730 20 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Department of Inspection — 

Salaries $G,83G 64 

Traveling expense 1,852 82 

Office expense 594 82 $30 00 

Totals $9,284 28 $30 00 

Department of Geology- 
Expense $3,483 33 

Geologist's salary 2,541 67 

Clerk 660 00 

Custodian 610 00 

Total $7,295 00 

State Mine Inspector — 

Inspector's salary $1,650 00 

Clerk 700 00 

Assistants 3,340 00 

Expense 4,454 08 

Total $10,144 08 

Supervisor Natural Gas — 

Salary $3,400 00 

Assistants 1,120 16 

Expense 1,316 83 $222 97 

Totals $3,836 99 $222 97 

State Veterinarian — ■ 

Salary $1,100 00 

Expense 387 71 

Assistants 550 CO 

Supplies 86 07 

Total $2,123 78 

Supervisor Oil Inspection — . 

Salary $2,291 67 

Expense 726 90 

Receipts $35,782 25 

Totals $3,018 57 $35,782 25 

State Entomologist $1,906 70 

State Horticultural Society 2,600 00 

State Dairymen's Association 4o8 33 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 584 76 

Legislature 130,024 87 $6 00 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 

Legislative Committee $1,833 31 

Luciuda M. Morton . , 900 00 

Morton Monument Commission 27,400 38 

Vicksburg National Park Commission 70 65 

AndersonviJIe Monument Commission 287 09 

Tuberculosis Hospital Commission 2,026 28 

Custodian State Building — 

Salary $1,625 00 

Assistants 15,369 88 

Repairs 4,583 33 

Water and ice 2,430 61 

Illuminating 7,731 17 $362 13 

Receipts 2U6 93 

Flags and decorating 137 25 

West steps 373 17 

Frescoing 4.993 60 



Totals $37,244 01 $569 06 

Engineer State Building — 

Salary $1,625 00 

Assistants 5,253 25 

Repairs 2,808 69 

Heat 6,089 81 

Receipts $25 45 



Totals $15,776 75 $25 45 

Roalroad Commission $21 ,306 32 $1,910 11 

Specific appropriations, general 12,951 87 

Purdue University — 

U. S. appropriation -. . $30,000 00 $30,000 00 

County institutes 9,166 67 

Agi-icultural 22,916 67 

Interest on bonds 12,750 00 

Chemical buildings 58,623 77 



Totals $133,457 11 $30,000 00 

State Normal School — • 

Board Visitors $145 44 

Indiana University — 

Interest on bonds . . .' $7,200 00 

LibraiT building ' 33,714 44 

Total $40,914 44 

Interest Public Debt — 

State bonds $22,772 75 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 

State Revenue — ■ 

Current tax ?240 00 $1,985,474 71 

Delinquent tax 50,575 91 

Transportation tax . 5,880 12 

Taxes refunded 48 5G 

Vessel tonnage 784 52 

Railroads' annual licenses 10,000 OO 

• .Docket fees 15,747 70 

Advance payments by counties 648,900 00 648,900 00 

Transfer warrants 797,872 49 

Totals $649,188 56 $3,515,235 45 

Soutlieastern Insane Asylum $149,379 87 $4,505 34 

Central Hospital for Insane- 
Maintenance $278,337 08 

Repairs 21,774 35 

Clothing 12.793 58 

. Earnings " ?2.022 76 

Receipts from counties 11,423 95 

Totals $312,905 01 $13,446 71 

Northern Hospital for Insane — • 

Maintenance $126,243 45 

Repaii-s 6,869 64 

Clothing 5,145 22 

Earnings $281 03 

Receipts from counties _ 4,244 05 

New cottages 40,000 00 



Totals $178,258 31 $4,525 08 

Eastern Hospital for Insane — 

Maintenance $109,527 61 

Repairs , 5,497 17 

Clothing 3,197 63 

Earnings $256 32 

Receipts from counties 3,600 90 

Railway crossing 1,279 92 



Totals $119,502 33 $3,857 22 

Southern Hospital for Insane — 

Maintenance '. $98,831 08 $40 00 

Repairs 5,498 07 

Clothing 3,656 95 

Earnings 219 29 

Receipts from counties 4,063 01 

New laundry . ,, 11,795 87 

Painting 916 63 

Totals $120,698 60 $4,322 30 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb — • 

Maintenance $64,187 16 

Repairs 916 44 

Industries 3,754 65 

Earnings 

Receipts from counties 

Sale of lands '. 83,170 03 

Totals .• $152,028 28 

Institution for Blind — ■ 

Maintenance $31,163 48 

Repairs 2,287 16 

Library 456 68 

Industries ". 2,748 35 

Earnings , $284 30 



$192 32 


514 


20 


977 


61 


40,882 


51 


$42,566 


64 



Totals $36,655 67 $284 30 

School for I'eeble-Minded — 

Maintenance $114,283 41 

Repairs 5,500 00 

Earnings $7,373 16 

Farm land 13,300 00 

Custodial cottage, boys 26,891 19 2,500 00 

Addition to girls' cottage 442 75 



Totals , $160,417 35 $9,873 16 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home — 

Maintenance $91,659 93 

Repairs 4,581 90 

Library 275 00 

Agents 754 08 

Insurance 620 74 

Receipts $626 16 



Totals $97,891 65 $626 16 

Epileptic Hospital $31,080 70 $779 80 

State Soldiers' Home — 

Maintenance : . . . $110,911 96 

Commandant's salary 1,100 00 

Adjutant's salary 825 00 

Receipts $866 86 

Government aids 29,348 34 

Widows' home 26,703 24 



Totals $139,540 20 $30,215 20 



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Disbursements. Receipts. 
Indiana B.oys' School — 

Maintenance '. $(39,025 12 

Repairs G,U42 21 

Receipts $38 95 

Receipts from counties 34,665 33 

Bake tiouse 28 46 

Totals $75,007 33 $34,732 74 

Industrial School for Girls and Woman's Prison — ■ 

Maintenance $39,216 22 $4,382 89 

Repairs 2,718 87 

Discharge money 641 08 

Library 274 92 

Earnings 1,569 95 

Receipts from counties 20,753 46 

West wing light and power plant 2,480 00 

Totals $45,331 09 $26,706 30 

Indiana State Prison — 

Maintenance $100,400 70 

Repairs 4.582 95 

Earnings $01,101 57 

Library 458 25 

Discharged prisoners 2.875 26 

Paroled prisoners and supervision 5,739 65 

Criminal insane 2,015 03 

Binder twine 102,863 57 

Trades and industries 83,131 25 

New chapel 12,702 98 

Cell house 34,827 31 

Wall extension 4,880 50 

Laundry machinery 1,175 00 

Displacement pump 732 52 

Generator and remodeling light system . . 3,308 67 

Totals $343,102 39 $144,232 82 

Indiana Reformatory — 

Maintenance $123,676 72 

Repairs 4,581 96 

Earnings $346 44 

Trade School • 13,735 88 

Schools 5,498 32 

Library 497 07 

Paroled and discharged prisoners 10,898 96 

Supervision paroled men 3,747 28 

Earnings Trade School 57,123 83 109,812 28 

New roofs 3,774 11 



26 

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Indiana Reformatory — Continued. 

Water pipe 787 45 

Blaclismitla shop 1,992 21 

Officers' quarters 500 00 

Furniture for Hospital G22 10 

Foundry 10,010 04 

Paving- 2,662 46 



Totals $240,138 39 $110,158 72 

Industrial School for Girls Commission $52,046 47 

Indiana Girls' School — 

Maintenance $11,291 70 $2,197 37 

Furnishing- and equipment 18.579 71 

Hennery and piggery 184 76 

Stand pipe ; 1,808 00 

ImproAang grounds 1,837 64 

Vehicles, harness, etc 2,503 90 

Totals $36,265 71 $2,197 37 

Total gross General Fund $4,275,605 97 $4,740,578 98 

School Revenue Tuition — • 

Current tax $203 92 $1,950,204 59 

Delinquent tax 53,455 03 

School fund interest 495.537 18 

Unclaimed fees , 7,646 69 

Apportionment 2,493,183 60 

Total .$2,493,387 52 $2,506,903 49 

Benevolent Institution Fund — 

Current tax $777,941 26 

Delinquent tax 16,846 SO 

Transfer warrants $794,788 06 

Totals $794,788 06 $794,788 06 

State Debt Sinking Fund — 

Delinquent tax $3,084 43 

Transfer -warrants $3,084 43 

Totals $3,084 43 $3,084 43 

Educational Institution Fund — 

Current tax $428,130 57 

Delinquent tax 9,261 15 

Indiana University $159,160 62 

Purdue University 159.160 62 

State Normal 119,370 48 

Totals $437,691 72 $437,691 72 

INDIANA STATE IIBRAW 



27 

Disbursements. Receipts. 
College Fund — 

Pi-incipal $9,382 45 $9,438 42 

Interest 205 93 2,291 05 

Professors' salaries 2,084 16 

Totals $12,272 54 $11,729 47 

Permanent Endowment Fund Principal — ■ 

Payment of principal $14,589 95 

Appoi-tionment $12,539 70 

Payment of interest 35,018 OO 

Professors' salaries 34,943 04 

Totals $17,482 74 $49,607 95 

Unclaimed estates $1,716 61 $11,489 37 

Common School Fund 199 91 

Sale of State land 972 12 12,405 51 

Total gross disbursements and total 

gross receipts $8,067,001 71 $8,568,478 89 

Less transfer warrants $797,872 49 

Less advance payments 648,900 00 

Total to be deducted $1,446,772 49 1,446,772 49 1,446,772 49 

Total net disbursements and receipts for 

year 1907 $6,020,229 22 $7,121,706 40 



SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND. 

Disbursements. Receipts. 

Executive $145,200 63 $3,281 49 

Judiciary 315,-346 83 

Educational 363,200 94 72,850 94 

Benevolent 1,309,674 02 72,150 97 

Correctional 792,611 38 3JS,027 95 

Public buildings and departments 376,603 54 748,586 07 

Boards and commissions 154,712 51 10,440 11 

Advance payments 648.900 00 648,900 00 

Miscellaneous 169,356 12 2,860,341 45 

Totals $4,275,605 97 $4,740,578 98 



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TABLE SHOWING AMOUNT OF POLL TAX COLLECTED AND RE- 
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Al.'io Table Showing Amount Puid SprciaJ Jndgcn Jxj Each County in Fiscal Year 1907. 



COUNTY 



Adams 

Allen 

Bartholomew 

Benton 

Blackford. . . . 



Boone. 
Brown . 
Carroll. 
Cass. . . 
C'ark. . 



Clay 

Clinton. . . 
Crawford . 
Daviess. . 
Dearborn. 



Decatur . . 
Dekalb. . . 
Delaware. 
Dubois. . . 
Elkhart. . 



Fayette. . 
Floyd. . . . 
Fountain . 
Franklin . 
Fulton. .. 



Gibson . . . 
Grant. . . . 
Greene. . . 
Hamilton. 
Hancock. 



Harrison. . . 

Henry 

Hendricks. . 
Howard .... 
Huntington. 



Jackson. . 
Jasper. . . 

Jay 

Jefferson . 
Jennings. 
Johnson. . 



Knox 

Kosciusko . 
Lagrange. . 

Lake 

Laporte. . . 
Lawrence. . 



Pol' Tax. 



.54,514 75 

30,052 62 

6,194 19 

2,197 58 

4,220 09 

9,395 64 
2,454 11 
5,421 75 

8.538 13 
3,627 76 

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6,876 50 

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11,150 89 
10,282 12 
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8,253 65 
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4,445 60 
3,224 30 

5.539 33 

5,034 75 
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2,220 99 
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11,291 75 
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Special 
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535 

285 

110 

30 

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270 

420 

405 

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280 

55 
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Madison. 
Marion. . 
Marshall. 
Martin. . 
Miami. . . 



Monroe 

Montgomery . 

Morgan 

Newton 

Noble 



Ohio. . . 
Orange. 
Owen. . 
Parke. . 
Perry. . 



Pike. . . . 
Porter. . 
Posey. . . 
Pu aski.. 
Putnam , 



Randolph . 
Ripley. . . 
Rush. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby. . . 



Spencer. . . 
Starke. . . . 
Steuben . . . 
St. Joseph. 
Sullivan. . . 



Switzerland. . 
Tippecanoe. . 

Tipton 

Union 

Vanderburgh. 



Vermillion. 
Vigo. 



Warren. ... 
Warrick. ... 
Washington . 



Wayne. . 
Wells. . . 
White... 
Whitley. 



Total. 





Special 


Poll Tax. 


Judges 


$17,072 48 


$275 


68,620 50 


815 


6,759 33 


160 


3,876 25 


70 


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3,296 75 


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270 


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3,509 60 


495 


7,515 52 


295 


8,136 25 


85 


5,477 75 


235 


6,666 12 


185 


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57 



PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. 



Below is Given a Statement Showing the Amounts of State Debt at the 
Close of the Fiscal Year, September 30, 1907. 



FOREIGN DEBT. 

B"'ive per cent. State stock certificate, due and 

interest stopped $3,4(39 99 

Two and one-half per cent. State stock certifi- 
cates, due and interest stopped 2,145 13 



Total !p5,G15 12 

Three and one-half per cent, registered funded 
bonds, temporary loan, dated April 1, 1895, 
due April 1, 1915, issued under the provi- 
sions of an act approved March 5, 1895, 
and held as follows: 

IMoses Taylor Pyne and Stephen S. 

Palmer, trustees, New York, N. Y. $300,000 00 



Total $300,000 00 

Three and one-half per cent, registered (State 
House) temporary funding Joan, dated 
May 1, 1895, due May 1, 1915, issued under 
the provisions of an act approved March 
5, 1895, held as follows: 

Greenwich Sa^angs Bank, New York. $210,000 00 
Rochester Savings Bank, Rochester, 

N. Y 100,000 00 

Franklin Savings Bank, New York.. 100,000 00 
Seamen's Savings Bank, New York . . . 60,000 00 
Port Chester Savings Bank, Port 

Chester, N. Y 30,000 00 

. Total $500.000 00 



Total foreign debt $805,615 12 



58 

. DOMESTIC DEBT. 

Board of Agriculture Pavilion bonds, 4 per cent. $100,000 OO 

Vincennes University bonds, authorized but 

not issue, 3 per cent 320,548 00 

Five per cent, refunded bond held by Purdue 
University, at Lafayette, Ind., due April 1, 
1921 340,000 00 

Indiana State Univei-sity (Bloomington) bond, 
in custody of ti-easurer of state, , dated 
October 1, 1885, bearing five per cent, in- 
terest $60,000 00 

Indiana State University (Bloomington) bond. 
In custody of treasurer of state, dated Feb- 
ruary 15, 1887, bearing five per cent, in- 
terest GO,O0O 00 

Indiana State University (Bloomington) bond. ) 

in custody of treasurer of state, dated 
September 1, 1887, bearing five per cent, 
interest 24,000 00 

Total 144,000 00 



Total domestic debt ' $704,548 00 

REGAPITVLATIO'M. 

Total foreign 'debt $80r),G15 12 

Total domestic debt 70i,548 00 



Total State debt .?1.510,1G3 12 



59 



INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 



The Followiug is an Exhibit of Amount of Interest Diie Annually on 

Each of the Issues of the Bonds of the State, and the 

Date When the Same are Payable. 

INTEREST ON FOREIGN DEBT. 

Funding bond, temporary loan, principal, $300,- 
000; interest, three and one-iialf per cent., 
payable xVpril 1 and October 1 $10,.i00 00 

New State House temporary funding loan, - 
principal, .$500.000 ; interest, three and 
one-half per cent, payable May 1 and No- 
vember 1 17,.50O 00 

Total interest on foreign debt .$28,000 00 

INTEREST ON DOMESTIC DEBT. 

Purdue University bonds, .$340,000, at five per 
cent, interest, payable quarterly on the 
first days of .Januai'y, Api-il, .Tuly and 
October .$17,000 00 

Indiana University bonds (Bloomington), $140,- 
000, at five per cent, interest, payable semi- 
annually on May 1 and No-sember 1 7,000 00 

Board of Agriculture, Pavilion bonds, payable 

semi-annually, four per cent 4,000 00 

A'incennes University bonds, payable semi- 
annually, three per cent 3,616 44 

Total interest on domestic del)t $31,616 44 

RECAPITULATION. 

Total interest on . foreign debt $28,000 00 

Total interest on domestic debt 31,616 44 



Total amount of interest $.59,616 44 



60 

STATE UNIVERSITY FUND. 



List of Borrowers from the College Fund, Sept. 30, 1907. 

BROWN COUNTY. 

No. of 

Loan. Name of Borrowers. Date. 

1761 Oilman, Sturgeon. October 12, 1904 

1751 Fleener, Jacob April 8, 1904 ' 

1749 Durnal, Thomas W March 21, 1904 

1748 Rhodes, J. Coleman March 2, 1904 



1734. 
1739. 
1745. 
1750. 
1755. 
1756. 
1757. 



1771. 
1762. 
1760. 
1400. 
1736. 
1752. 
1768. 



OREENE COUNTY. 

.Stone, Joseph W May 1, 1903 

.Miller, John October 10, 1903 . . 

.Dillon, James B February 11, 1904. 

.Foster, Wm. M March 21, 1904. . . . 

.Neal, David A June 6, 1904 

. Goodwin, George B May 31, 1904 

.Cunningham, Emily June 24, 1904 



Amount 


of 


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S200 


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500 


00 


500 


00 


150 


00 


300 


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350 


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500 


00 


300 


00 


500 


00 


400 


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300 


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HENRY COUNTY. 
1770. . . .A. W. McCarty January 22, 1907 . 360 00 

HANCOCK COUNTY. 
1763 Walpole, Margaret November 4, 1904 300 00 

HENDRICKS COUNTY. 

1737. . . .Selch, Arthur C September 4, 1903 500 00 

1744. . . . Selch, Mary C February 6, 1904 250 00 

JOHNSON COUNTY. 
1724. . . .Howell, S*D May 27, 1899 500 00 

LAKE COUNTY. 

1173. . . .Wood, Mary E. and Thos. J. .April 15, 1881 

1339 Wood, Thomas J November 15, 1887 



MARION COUNTY. 

.Ernest Cadel October 5, 1907. . . ... 

.Engleman, Richard October 28, 1904 

.Peacock, Mary H October 7, 1904 

. Paterson, Patsy March 22, 1889 

.Trucksess, Laura I June 13, 1903 

. Inman, J. A May 2, 1904 

.L K. BiUheimer October 8, 1906 . 33? 55 



98 


00 


500 


00 


565 


00 


425 


00 


300 


00 


500 


00 


280 


00 


450 


00 



61 



MORGAN COUNTY. 

No. of 
Loan. Name of Borrowers. Date. 

1448 Reading, R. I September 3, 1890. . 

1764 Albertson, John D Novemebr 11, 1904. 

PORTER COUNTY. 
795 Green, Sarah December 14, 1870 . . 

VERMILLION COUNTY. 

1765 Shortridge, M. E November 28, 1904. 

1766 Billheimer, I. K November 29, 1904. 



Amount of 
Loan. 
500 00 
500 00 



595 75 



500 00 
500 00 



Recapitulation Shoioing Condition of College Fund. 

Amount held by counties $591 ,247 01 

Amount of loans outstanding 11,956 30 

Cash on hand September 30, 1907 ' 8,731 43 



Total. 



LI, 934 74 



In addition to the above there is considerable land belonging to the Fund 
and held under supervision of the Auditor of State. 

This land was originally mortgaged to the fund as security for loans made 
therefrom, but on account of the nonpayment of interest it was advertised by 
the Auditor and by him bid in on behalf of the Fund. This land is for sale. 



62 
TAX LEVIES. 



Statement Showing the Tax Levies for Various Purposes as Made 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



Year Ending December 31, igo6 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 



JOHN C. BILLHEIMER 

Auditor of State 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT: 

C. W. Neal, Chief Clerk 
H. W. BuTTOLPH, Actuary 



INDIANAPOLIS : 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE FEINTING AND BINDING 

1907 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



Herewith is submitted the annual report of the Insurance De- 
partment of the Auditor of State's office of the State of Indiana 
for the year ending December 31, 1906. 

JOHN C. BILLHEIMER, 

Auditor of State. 



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ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



FIRE COMPANIES 



OF INDIANA 



DECEMBER 31, 1906 



-103- 



104 



AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS' MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, D M. Parry. ^ Vice-President, C. C. Hauch. 

Secretary, E. E. Perry. 

Incorporated February 1, 1904. Principal office, Indianapolis, lud. 

Commenced business February 1, 1904. 



ASSETS. 

Market value of bonds $^,305 90 

Cash in the company's principal office 7 OS 

Cash belonging to the company deposited in bank 14,002 68 

Gross premiums in course of collection not more than three months 

due 358 29 

Amount of unpaid assessments on premium or deposit notes, due and 

collectible '. 294 40 

All other property belonging to the company 240 25 



Total cash assets '. 

Amount of premiums or deposit notes on policies in force 

liable to assessment $409,943 54 

Total amount, of assessments on the above notes from 

date thereof 75,798 88 



$40,208 60 



334,144 66 



Total premium of deposit notes, less assessments 

Gross amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes . $374,353 26 



LIABILITIES. 



Total amount of all liabilities 

Net amount of premium or deposit notes. 
Net cash surplus 



Aggregate amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes. . 
INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 



Gross premiums, assessments and bills in course of collec- 
tion at close of last previous year 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed during the 
year 

Total assessments or calls on premium or deposit notes 
made during the year, whether collected or not 



Entire premiums and assessments collected during the year 

Received for interest and dividends on stocks and bonds, 

collateral loans, and from all other sources 



From Fire 
Risks. 

$1,081 03 
19,328 97 
67,292 61 



Total $87,702 61 

Deduct premiums, assessments and bills in course of col- 
lection at this date 652 69 



None 

$334,144 66 

40,208 60 



$374,353 26 



$87,049 92 
919 39 



Aggregate amount of income actually received during the year 

in cash $87,969 3X 



105 

EXPENDITURES DURING THE YEAR. 

Net amount paid during the year for losses $50,467 96 

Cash paid or returned during tlie year to members who have discon- 
tinued their policies 27,376 21 

Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents 

and all other employes 8,318 75 

Paid for State, National and local taxes in this and other States — 493 82 

All other payments and expenditures 5,748 23 

Aggregate amount of actual expenditures during the year, in 

cash .J $92,404 97 

PREMIUM NOTE ACCOUNT. 

Net amount of premium notes reported Deceml)ev 31 of preceding 

year $413,547 91 

Premium notes received during the year 229,826 59 

Total $643,374 50 

Deduct total amount of assessments during the year $67,292 61 

Premium notes returned during the year .• 241,937 23 

Total deductions 309,229 84 

Net amount of premium notes December 31, 1905 $334,144 66 

RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Ca'h 
Fire Premiums 

Risks. Thereon. 

In force on the 31st day of December of the preceding year $5,321,514 00 $51,093 33 

Written or renewed during the year 4,031,170 00 19,328.97 

Total $9,352,684 00 $70,422 30 

Deduct those expired and marlced off as terminated $2,716,613 55 $27,376 21 

In force at the end of the year. 6,636,070 45 43,046 09 

Net amount in force $6,636,070 45 $43,046 09 

GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Total amount of premiums and assessments received from the organization of 
company to date, $153,566.87; losses paid from organization to date, $48,795.51. 
Losses incurred during the year (fire), $36,007.33. 



106 



FIREMENS Ai^D MECHANICS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Richard Johnson. Vice-President, Nicholas Horuff. 

Secretary, William O. McLellaud. 

Incorporated January 21, 1850. Home OiHce, 128 East Main Street, Madison, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $100,000.00. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31 

Of previous year $119,267 94 



Extended at $119,267 94 



INCOME. 



Marine and 
Fire. Inland. 



Gross premiums, per item 2, VI, page 6 $42,025 23 $7 20 

Deduct re-insurance, rebate, abatement and re- 
turn premiums 3,804 55 



Total premiums (other than perpetual).... $38,220 68 $7 20 $38,227 88 

Interest from all sources $4,72163 

Gross rents from company's property, including $300 for 

company's own occupancy 460 00 



Total interest and rents 5,18163 

Prom all other sources 823 21 



Total income • $44,232 72 



Amount carried forward $163,500 66 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Fire. 



Gross amount paid for losses (including $31,317.25 occurring in previous 

years) $257,853 31 

Deduct amount received for salvage, $2,212.00, and for re-insurance in 

other companies, $13,476.34 15,688 34 



Net amount paid for losses $242,164 97 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends $12,000 00 

Commissions or brokerage 84, 954 95 

Salaries, fees and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents and other 

employes 27,567 15 

Rents 2,120 00 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 11,580 63 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets 2,369 98 

Advertising, printing and stationery, agency and other miscellaneous 

expenses, including office equipment 17,839 99 



Total disbursements $404,119 16 



Balance $532,356 50 



lo: 



LIABILITIES. 

Gross losses adjusted and unpaid, not yet due $7,334 99 

Gross claims for losses in process of adjustment, or in 

suspense, including all reported and supposed losses.. 33,368 16 

Total $40,703 15 

Deduct re-insurance due or accrued (give list of compa- 
nies and amounts), as per Schedule E 2,392 02 

Net amount of unpaid losses and claims 

Gross premiums (less re-insurance) received and receiv- 
able upon all unexpired fire risks- running one year or 
less from date of policy, including interest premiums 
on perpetual risks, unearned premiums (fifty per cent). $132,469 31 

Gross premiums (less re-insurance) received and receivable 
upon all unexpired fire risks, running more than one 
year from date of policy, unearned premiums (pro rata) 122,176 90 



$38,311 13 



Total unearned premiums as computed above 254,646 21 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $292,957 34 

Capital actually paid up in cash $200,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 43,412 55 

Surplus as regards policy holders 243,412 55 

Total liabilities $536,369 89 



RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 



Fire 
Risks. 



In force on the 31st day of December, as per line 5, under 

this heading in last year's statement $34,422,392 

Written or renewed during the year, per income No. 1 32,849,355 



Total $67,271,747 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 29,411,854 



In force at the end of the year 

Deduct amount re-insured (schedule required). 



$37,859,893 
2,410,580 



Net amount in force 

Perpetual risks not included above, none. 



$35,449,313 

Premiums on same, none. 



Premiums 
Thereon 

$483,028 36 
462,153 73 

$945,182 09 
425,127 07 

$520,055 02 
34,011 71 

$486,043 31 



RECAPITULATION OF FIRE RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 



Year 
Written. Term. 

1906 One year or less . 

1905 1„ 



I years 



1906... 

1904 1 

1905 . ^ Three years 



1906. 
1905. 
1906. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 



Four years . 



!■ Five yeai-s , 



Totals . 



Grand Totals . 



Amount 

CJovered. 

817,300,714 

279,070 

432,905 

3,816,625 

5,042,049 

5,701,096 

79,284 

84,920 

302,135 

427,071 

460,146 

739,775 

783,523 

135,449,313 

135,449,313 



Gross P.emiums 

Charged. 

Less Re- Insurance. 

S264,938 61 

3,385 25 

4,801 50 

45,629 14 

56,734 79 

65,468115 

797 97 

995 35 

4,832 80 

6,248 26 

7,523 34 

12,539 96 

12,148 19 



S486.043 31 
$486,043 31 



Amount of 
Premium 
Unearned. 



$254,618 21 
$254,646 21 



108 

GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Were :ill the transactions of the company, of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of busiuess December 31, truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year eudiug on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of tlie company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of busiuess December 31V 

Answer. — Yes. 

Total premiums received from organization of company, $1,765,292.26; total 
losses paid from organization of company, $858,298.64. 

Total dividends declared since commencing business, cash, $58,000.00; stock, none. 

In all cases where the company has assumed risks from another company, there 
should be charged in this statement on account of such re-iusurance a reserve 
equal to that which the original compauy would have been required to charge had 
it retained the risks. Has this been done? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Largest gross aggregate amount insured in any one hazard located anywhere in 
the U-nited States, without any deduction whatever for re-insurance, whether the 
same be in admitted or non-admitted companies. 

Answer.— $20,000.00. 

What amount of installment notes is owned and now held by the company? 

Answer.— None. 

Balance of scrip outstanding and deliverable to policy holders, none. 

Scrip dividends declared during the year, none. 

Net cash participating- premiums received during the year, none. 

Losses incurred during the year (less re-insurance), (c) Are, $253,092.84. 

Total amount of the company's stock owned by the directors at par value, 
$21,050.00. 

Total amount loaned to directors or other officers, none; loaned to stockholders, 
not officers, none. ' ^ l i 



BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR. 

Fire Risks. 

Risks written $5,052,006 00 

Premiums received 78,144 31 

Losses paid 33,893 79 

Losses incurred '. 37,381 4C 

Amount at risk 7,578,009 00 



109 



GERMAN FIRF: INSURANCE COMPANY OF INDIANA. 

The riKUnsi.i;iied, constituting a majority of the board of directors of the Ger- 
man Fire Insiuauce Companj- of Indiana, pursuant to the laws of the State of 
ludiana, make this, their annual report. 

The amount of capital stock of the company is one hundred thousand dollars 
($100,000.00), all paid up. 

Said company has issued during the last calendar year 37,255 policies, aggregat- 
ing the sum of $33,530,027.00; the number of policies outstanding on the 31st day of 
December, 1906. being 53,650, and the amount insured thereby aggregating the sum 
of $48,285,175.00. 

Said company takes risks of the nature and kind taken by insurance companies 
engaged in the transaction of a general insurance business. 

This company has sustained losses within the last year as follows: 

Losses sustained prior to Jan. 1, 1906, and since paid. $7,067 20 

Losses sustained since .Tan. 1, 1906, and paid 125,79179 

Losses ad.iusted, not due 3,809 98 

Losses unadjusted 12,936 34 



ASSETS. 

Cash in treasury and banks $47,044 94 

Real estate: (a) Company's building, $50,000.00; (b) taken for mort- 
gage iudebtedness, $40,505.06". 90,505 06 

Trust company's certificates of deposit, bearing interest 102,000 00 

Loans on bonds, mortgages and real estate 257,634 54 

Debts due for premiums in the hands of agents 58,033 59 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages 4,773 04 

Rents due 320 00 

Market value of real estate, over book value 7,784 30 



Total assets $568,095 47 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due $3,809 98 

Losses unadjusted 12,936 34 

Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks 310,899 88 

All other claims against the company 1,734 94 



Total liabilities $329,381 14 

The greatesi amount insured under any one risk 10,000 00 

The greatest amount allowed to be insured under any one risk 10,000 00 



THE CONDITION OF THE GUARANTEE FUND IS AS FOLLOWS: 
First mortgages upon real estate - $2S,30O 00 



no 

GRAIN DEALERS NATIONAL MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY. 

President, II. N. Knight. Vice-President, J. W. McCord. 

Secretary, C. A. McCotter. 

Incorporated December 24, 1902. Principal office, Indianapolis, lud. 

Commenced business December 24, 1902. 

ASSETS. 

Loans on bonds and mortgages $37,700 00 

Interest accrued thereon 379 71 

Market value of bonds owned 46,522 80 

Cash belonging to the company deposited in bank 22,050 66 

Gross premiums in course of collection not more than three months 

due 1,640 96 

Amount of unpaid assessments on premium or deposit notes, due and 

coUer.-tible 668 47 



Total cash assets $103,962 62 

Amount of premiums or deposit notes on policies in force 

liable to assessment (carried inside) $895,313 35 

Total amount of assessments on the above notes from date 

thereof (carried inside) 228,913 79 



Total premium or deposit notes, less assessments .$666,399 56 



Gross amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes $775,362 18 

LIABILITIES. 

Gross claims for adjusted and unpaid losses due and to become due.. $4,050 00 

Gross premiums received and receivable upon all unexpired fire risks 
running one year or less from date of policy, $90,463.31; unearned 
premiums (fifty per cent) 45,231 65 



Total amount of liabilities $49,281 65 

Net amount of premiums or deposit notes 666,399 56 

Net cash surplus 59,680 97 



Aggregate amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes.. $775,362 IS 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 

From Fire Risks. 
Gross premiums, assessments and bills in course of collec- 
tion at close of last previous year 

Collected 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed during the 

year 

Total assessments or calls on premiums or deposit notes 
made during the year, whether collected or not 

Total $125,620 66 

Deduct premiams, assessments and bills in course of col- 
lection at this date , 1,915 40 



$859 23 


859 23 


52.428 74 


72,332 69 



Net cash actually received for premiums and assessments $123,705 26 

Received for interest on bonds and moi-tgages 3,838 55 

Deceived for interest and dividends on stocks and bonds, collateral 

loans, and from all other sources .7 330 06 



Aggregate amount of income actually received during the year 

in cash , , ?1 .7,873 87 



Ill 

EXPENDITURES DURING THE YEAR. 

Gross amount actually paid for losses (iucluding Wi-XO losses occur- 

ing in previous years) $36,405 97 

Cash paid or returned during the year to members who have discon- 
tinued their policies v 19,210 99 

Paid for coiumission or brokerage 3,612 90 

Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of olficers, clerks, agents 

and all other employes 14,910 77 

All other payments and expenditures 15,992 92 

Aggregate amount of actual expenditures during the year in cash $90,133 55 

PREMIUM NOTE ACCOUNT. 

Net amount of premium notes reported December 31 of preceding 

year $511,876 95 

Premium notes received during the year 510,925 78 



Total $1,022,802 73 

Deduct total amount of assessments during the year $123,425 17 

Premium notes returned during the year 232,978 00 



Total deductions $356,403 17 



Net amount of premium notes December 31, 1906 $666,399 56 

Amount of notes originally forming the capital of the company 106,913 55 

Amount of said original notes still held by the company and consid- 
ered part of its capital 46,674 00 



MISCELLANEOUS.— RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Cash 
Fire Premiums 

Risks. Thereon. 

lu force on the 31st day of December of the preceding year $4,778,759 $69,344 18 

Written or renewed during the year 3,833,975 52,428 74 



Total $8,612,734 $121,772 92 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 2,257,774 31,309 61 



In force at the end of the year .$6,354,960 $90,463 31 

GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Total amount of premiums and assessments received from the organization of 
company- to date, $360,589.24; losses paid from organization to date, $114,384.30. 
Losses incurred duriug the year, $40,445.80. 

BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR. 

Fire, marine and inland risks written $251,530 00 

Cash premiums and assessments received 28,436 66 

Losses paid 26,895 57 

Losses incurred 26,895 57 

Amount of deposit notes received 37,387 33 

Amount at risk 1,556,159 00 



112 



IMPLEMENT AND VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS 
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, II. E. Miles. Viee-Presideut, E. E. Perry. 

Secretary, John W. Waters. 

Incorporated Octoiter 31, 1906. Principal oftice, IndiauapoUa, lud. 

Commenced business October 31, 1906. 

ASSETS. 

Cash in the company's principal office $972 08 

Cash belonging to the company deposited in bank 19,287 40 

Gross premiums in course of collection not more than three months 

due ■ 124 00 

Total cash assets $20,383 48 

Amount of premiums or deposit notes on policies in force 

liable to assessment $125,559 96 

Amount of premium or deposit notes, less assessments $125,559 06 

Gross amount of cash assets and preium or deposit notes $145,943 44 

Total amount of all liabilities None 

Net amount of premium or deposit notes 125,559 96 

Net cash surplus 20,383 48 

Aggregate amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes.. $145,943 44 



INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 

E'rom Fire Risks. 
Gross premiums on risks written and renewed during the 

year $28,809 02 

Total assessments or calls on premiums or deposit notes 

made during the year, whether collected or not 15 01 

Total $28,824 03 

Deduct premiums, assessments and bills in course of col- 
lection at this date ' 124 00 

Entire premiums and assessments collected during the 

year '. $28,700 03 

Aggregate amount of income actually received during' the year 

in cash $28,700 03 



EXPENDITURES DURING TPIE YEAR. 

Cash paid or returned during the year to members who have dis- 
continued their policies .f 5,802 SO 

Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents, 

and all other employes 596 00 

All other payments and expenditures .• 2,04175 

Aggregate amount of actual expenditures during the year in cash $8,440 55 



113 • 

I'REMIUM NOTE ACCOUNT, 
rremium notes received during the year $154,72143 



Total $154,721 43 

Premium notes returned during the year $29,16147 



Total deductions $29,161 47 



Net amount of premium notes December 31, 1906 $125,559 96 

Amount of notes originally forming the capital of the company 107,929 17 



MISCELLANEOUS— RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Cash 
Fire Premiums 

Risks. Thereon. 

Written or renewed during the year $2,520,550 $28,809 02 



Total $2,520,550 $28,809 02 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 414,000 5,802 80 



In force at the end of the year $2,106,550 $23,006 22 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Total amount of premiums and assessments received from the organization of 
company to date, $28,824.03; losses paid from organization to date, none. 
Losses incurred during the year, none. 



8— Ins. Dept. 



114 

INDIANA LUMBERMEN'iS iMUtUAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, C. C. Foster. Vice-Presideut, J. W. Pinnell. 

Secretary, J. B. Fowler. 

Incorporated April 1, 1S97. Principal office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Commenced business April 1, 1897. 

ASSETS. 

Loans on bonds and mortgages $52,350 00 

Interest : 713 02 

Market value of bonds owned 10,200 00 

Cash belong-iug to company deposited in bank 20,696 64 

Interest due and accrued on bonds 175 00 

Interest due and accrued on bank balance 1S6 87 

Gross premiums in course of collectiou not more tlian three months 

due 6,492 24 

Total cash assets $90,813 77 

Amount of premium or deposit notes on policies in force 

liable to assessment $307,538 52 

Amount of premium or deposit notes, less assessments $307,538 52 

Aggregate amount of all the cash assets and premium notes of 
the company, stated at their actual value $398,352 29 

LIABILITIES. 

Gross losses in process of adjustment, or in suspense, in- 
cluding all reported and supposed losses $5,000 00 

Dividends remaining unpaid — declared and due 34 41 

Return premiums 43 39 

Total amount of all liabilities $5,077 80 

Net amount of premium or deposit notes 307,538 52 

Net cash surplus 85,735 97 

Aggregate amount of cash assets and premium or de- 
posit notes $398,352 29 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 

From Fire Risks. 
Gross premiums, assessments and bills in course of collec- 
tion at close of last previous year $5,12138 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed during the 

year 120,690 87 

Total assessments or calls on premium or deposit notes 

made during the year, whether collected or not 274 80 

Total $126,087 05 

Deduct premiums, assessments and bills in course of col- 
lectiou at this date 6,492 24 

Entire premiums and assessments collected during the 

year 119,594 81 

Deduct re-insurauqe, rebate, abatement and return pre- 
miums ; 17,153 96 

Net cash actually received for premiums and assess- 
ments $102,440 85 



115 

Received for interest on bonds and mortgages 2,156 46 

Received for interest and dividends on stocks and bonds, collateral 

loans, and from all other sources 555 61 

Income received from all other sources 388 53 



Aggregate amount of income actually received during the year in 

cash $105,541 45 



EXPENDITURES DURING THE YEAR. 

Gross amount actually paid for losses (including $957.40 losses occur- 
ring in previous years) • • $43,779 96 

Cash dividends paid to members 20,316 31 

Paid for commissions or brokerage 134 73 

Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents 

and all other employes 7,664 06 

Paid for state, national and local taxes in this and other States 663 34 

All other payments and expenditures 6,878 61 



Aggregate amount of actual expenditures during the year in cash $79,437 01 



PREMIUM NOTE ACCOUNT. 

Net amount of .premium notes reported December 31 of preceding 

year $244,150 20 

Premium notes received during the year ^ 362,14179 



Total $606,291 99 

Premium notes returned during the year 298,753 47 



Total deductions .' 307,538 52 



Net amount of premium notes December 31, 1906 ". $606,29199 



MISCELLANEOUS— RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Fi: 
Risks. Therton 



Cash 
Fire Premiums 



In force on the 31st day of December of the preceding 

year $2,881,527 66 ' $81,918 37 

Written or renewed during the year 4,418,115 67 120,690 87 



Total $7,299,643 33 $202,609 24 

Deduct those expired and marked oft as terminated 3,493,580 66 100,096 40 



In force at the end of the year $3,806,062 67 $102,512 84 



116 

INDIANA MILLERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, M. S. Blish. Vice-President, F. E. C. Ilawlcs. 

Secretary, E. E. Perry. 

Incorporated September 25, 18S9. Principal office, Indianapolis. 

Commenced business October 1, 1889. 

ASSETS. 

Loans on bonds and mortgages 

Interest accrued thereon 

Market value stocks and bonds owned ,. 

Loans secured by pledge of stocks 

Cash in the compauy's principal office 

Cash belonging to the company deposited in bank 

Interest due and accrued on stocks 

Interest due and accrued on collateral loans 

Gross premiums in course of collection not more than three months 

due 

Amount of unpaid assessments on premium or deposit notes due and 

collectible 

Total cash assets 

Amount of premiums or deposit notes on policies in force - 

liable to assessment $1,607,904 88 

Total amount of assessments on the aljove notes from date 

thereof 280,699 42 



$7,100 00 


97 67 


202,417 08 


6,000 00 


3,837 57 


46,714 89 


1,734 23 


109 38 


1,186 20 


1,314 45 


$270,511 47 



Amount of premium or deposit notes, less assessments $1,327,205 46 



Gross amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes $1,597,716 93 

Total amount of all liabilities... None 

Net amount of premium or deposit notes 1,327,205 46 

Net cash surplus 270,51147 



Aggregate amount of cash assets and premium or deposit notes.. $1,597,716 93 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 

From PireRisks. ■ 

Gross premium, assessmeuts and bills in course of collec- 
tion at close of last previous year $2,748 92 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed during the 

year 60,926 30 

Total assessments or calls on premiums or deposit notes 

made during the year, whether collected or not 162,727 73 



Total $226,402 95 

Deduct premiums, assessments and bills in course of col- 
lection at this date 2,500 65 



Entire picniiums and assessments collected during the year $223,902 30 

Received for interest on bonds and mortgages 9,284 51 

Received for interest and dividends on stocks and bonds, collateral 

loans, and from all other sources 1,717 90 



Aggregate amount of income actually received during the year 

ill cash $234,904 71 



EXPENDITURES DURING THE YEAR. 

Net amount paid during the year for losses $137,743 33 

Cash paid or returned during the year to members who have dis- 
continued their policies 50,241 49 

Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents, 

and all other employes 18,629 41 

I'aid for &tate, national and local taxes in this and other States 3,475 46 

All other payments and expenditures 18,405 85 



Aggregate amount of actual expenditures during the year in cash $228,495 54 



PREMIUM NOTE ACCOUNT. 

Net amount of premium notes reported December 31 of .preceding year $1,248,783 41 
Premium notes received during the year 770,949 47 



Total $2,019,732 88 

Deduct total amount of assessments during the year $164,70168 

Premium notes returned during the year £27,825 74 



Total deductions $692,527 42 



Net amount of premium notes December 31, 1906 $1,327,205 46 

Amount of notes originally forming the capital of the company 104,660 75 



MISCELLANEOUS.— RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Cash 

Fire Premiumt 

Risks. Thereon. 
In force on the 31st day of December of the preceding 

year $10,368,585 55 $149,256 05 

Written or renewed during the year 6,572,510 00 60,926.30 



Total $16,941,095 55 $210,182 35 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 4,828,016 62 50,24149 



In force at the end of the year $12,113,078 93 $159,940 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Total amount of premiums and assessments received from the organization of 
company to date, $1,600,069.33; losses paid from organization to date, $849,322.52, 
Losses incurred during the year, $137,743.33. 



lis 

INDIANAPOLIS FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

I'resident, J. H. IloJliday. Vice-President, C. B. Coffin. 

Secretary, H. C. Martin. 

lucoi-poi-ated July 12, 1899. Commenced business September 1, 1899. 

Home office, 122-124 E. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash.. $200, 000 00 

Amount of ledger assets (.as per balance), December 31, of 

previous year $561,887 12 

Lxteuded at $561,887 12 

INCOME. 

Fire. - 

Gross premiums, per item 2, VI, page 6 $462,153 73 

Deduct le-insurance, rebate, abatement and return pre- 
miums 110,480 87 

Total premiums (other than perpetual) $351,672 86 

Interest on mortgage loans $18,719 02 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 3,407 50 

Interest from all other sources 389 16 

Total interest and rents $22,515 68 

General agency commissions 400 00 

Total income $374,588 54 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses $25,274 14 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends (amount declared during 

the year, $7,000) 7,000 00 

Commissions or brokerage 6,479 48 

Salaries, fees and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents and 

other, employes 1,970 00 

Rents, including $300 for company's own occupancy 300 00 

Taxes on real estate and capital 1,975 SO 

All other taxes, licenses and insui'ance department fees 10 00 

All other disbursements, advertising, stationery, fuel, etc 398 11 

Total disbursements $43,407 53 

Balance $120,093 13 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B), first liens $381,060 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest 87,418 12 

Cash in company's office, $2,814.92: deposited in bank, 

$14,008.16 16,823 08 

Agents' balances representing business written subsequent 

to October 1, 1906 38,975 60 

Agents' balances representing business written prior to 

October 1, 1906 1,137 19 

Other ledger assets, viz.: Re-insurance premiums '4,042 51 

Guaranty dividend fund deposited with state auditor of 

Indiana 2,900 00 

Total ledger assets $532,356 5Q 



119 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages $5,322 64 

Interest accrued on bonds and stocks 33191 

Interest accrued and other assets 39 15 - 

Total $5,693 70 

Gross assets $538,050 20 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Agents' balances, representing business written prior to 

October 1, 1906 $1,137 19 

Depreciation from book value of ledger assets to bring 

the same to market value 543 12 

Total $1,680 31 

Total admitted assets $536,369 89 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cook value of real estate (Schedule A), unincumbered... $5,586 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B), first liens 38,050 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collater- 
als (Schedule C) 725 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest, $43,200; and stocks, 

$17,120 (Schedule D) 60,320 00 

Cash in company's office and deposited in bank 4,924 85 

Agents' balances representing business written subsequent 

to October 1, 1906 6,423 88 

Bills, accounts, taken for fire risks 4,063 40 

Total ledger assets $120,093 13 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $102, and accrued, $851.12, on mortgages $953 12' 

Interest on bonds and stocks 1,958 00 

Interest accrued on collateral loans 18 00 

Rents accrued on company's property or lease 40 00 

Total $2,969 12 

Market value of real estate over book value (Schedule A) 2,014 00 

Market value (not including interest in item 13) of bonds and stocks 

over book value (Schedule D) 7,929 00 

Gross assets $133,005 25 

LIABILITIES. 
Gross losses adjusted and unpaid (due, none), not yet due $4,470 06 

Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $4,470 06 

Total unearned premiums as computed above 11,975 77 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $16,445 83 

Capital actually paid up in cash • $100,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 16,559 42 

Surplus as regards policy holders 116,559 42 

Total liabiliities $133,005 25 



120 

RISKS AND 1'REMIU?*1S. 

Premiums Marine and Premiums 

Eire Risks Thereon. Inland Risks. Thereon. 
Ill force on tbe 31st daj' of December, 
as per line 5, under this heading in 

last year's statement $17,374 75 $118,443 16 $165 09 

Written or renewed during the year, 

per income No. 1. 21,223 59 42,025 23 $4S 00 7 20 



Total $38,598 34 $160,468 39 $172 29 

Deduct those expired and marked off 

as terminated 2,234 27 4,406 39 172 29 



In force at the end of the year.. $36,364 07 $156 062 00 



Net amount in force '. $36,364 07 $156,062 00 

GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Were all the transactions of the company, of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31, truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date?. 

Answer.— Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Largest gross aggregate amount insured in any one hazard located anywhere in 
the United States, without any deductions whatever for r,e-insurance, whether 
the same be in admitted or non-admitted companies. 

Answer.'-^5,000. 

What amount of installment notes is owned and now held by the company? 

Answer. — None. 

Losses incurred during the year (less re-insurance), (c) Are, $25,274.14. 

Total amount of the company's stock owned by the directors at par value, 
$30,858. 

Total amount loaned to directors and other officers, none; loaned to stock- 
holders, not officers, $2,000. 

BUSINESS IN THE STATE OP INDIANA DURING TPIE YEAR. 

Marine and 
Fire Risks. Inland Risks. Aggregate. 

Risks written $443,925 00 $48 00 $4,487 25 

Premiums received 6,119 64 7 20 6,126 84 

Losses paid 4,668 65 

Amount at risk 4,319 25 4,319 25 

State of Indiana, County of Jefferson, ss: 

Richard .Tohnson, President, and W. O. McLelland, Secretary, of the Firemens 
and Mechanics Insurance Company, being duly sworn, each for himself, deposes 
and says, that they are the above-described officers of said company, and that 
on the thirty-first day of December last, all the above-described assets were 
the absolute property of the said company, free and clear from any liens or 
claims thereon, except as above stated, and that the foregoing statements, with 
the schedules and explanations therein contained, annexed or referred to, are 
a full and correct exhibit of all the assets, liabilities, income and disbursements, 
and of the condition and affairs of the said company on the said thirty-flrst day of 
December last, and for the year ending on that date, according to the best of 
their information, knowledge and belief,, respectively. 

RICHARD JOHNSON, President. 

W. O. McLELLAND, Secretary. 

Sul)scribed and sworn to before me, this l-Sth day of April, 1907. 

J. K. WEYER, Notary Public. 



121 



INDIANAPOLIS GERMAN MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY. 

I'resident. Albert Sahm. Vice-Fresideiit, Otto Wagner. 

Treasurer, Albert Krull. Secretary, Charlotte Dinkelaker. 



ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $494,723.13. 

Net amount of premium notes $354,550 33 

Mortgage on real estate 9,500 00 

Deposit in trust companies 2,000 00 

Cash on hand and in bank 4,413 04 

Uncollected cash premiums 339 35 

Interest accrued 120 95 

Office furniture and supplies 250 00 

Total assets $371,173 67 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted and due None 

Losses adjusted and unpaid $99 64 

INCOME IN 1906. 
Premium notes received, face value • $89,165 50 

CASH INCOME. 

Cash premiums on notes $8,916 55 

Cash received for interest 401 50 

Cash received for transfer fees 69 00 

Total cash receipts $9,387 05 

EXrENDITUIlES. 

Premium notes returned, face value $72,636 40 

Cash premiums returned $108 85 

Net amount paid for losses 3,023 98 

Amount paid for salaries 1,800 00 

Amount paid for rents, adjusting and all other expenses 1,489 42 

Total cash expenditures $6,422 25 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization $1,357,617 50 

Cash received on same since organization 140,162 80 

Amount paid for losses since organization ." 74,766 42 

Total risks in force December 31, 1906 4,653,399 03 

Total risks written during the year 1,090,008 00 

Losses paid during the year 3,023 98 

Losses incurred during the year 3,123 62 

Number of members December 31, 1906 2,324 00 

Number of policies in force December 31, 1906 4,438 00 



ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES 



OF INDIANA 



DECEMBER 31, 1906 



(I2i) 



124 
CONTmENTAL CASUALTY COxMPANY. 

President, H. G. B. Alexauder. Vice-President, L. C. Rose. 

Secretary, W. II. Betts. 

Incorporated November, 1S97. Commenced business December, 1897. 

Home OfHce, Hammond, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $300,000.00. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31 of previous 

year $1,076,969 27 



Extended at $1,076,969 27 

INCOME. " " 

Gross Premi- 
ums written Deduct 
Gros.i and renewed Deduct Reinjur- 
Premiums during the ' Gross Entire ance. 

Unpaid year per Premiums Premiums Return Net Cash 

December Lineb2, 9, 16 now in collected Premiums actually • 

31 la^t and 23, VI, course of during the and Can- received for 

yeai. page 6. Total. collection. the yeai. cellations. Premiums. 

Accident.. S654,650.40 $2,458,993.16 S3,113,643.56 $626,758.09 $2,486,885.47 $521,784.84 $1,965,100.63 

Health.... 30,815.64 326,977.33 357,792.97 32,559.02 325,233.95 84,965.50 240,268.45 



Totals... $685,466.04 $2,785,970.49 $3,471,436.53 $659,317.11 $2,812,119.42 $606,750.34 $2,205,369.08 
Total net cash actually received for premiums $2,205,369 08 

Interest on mortgage loans $27,785 86 

Interest on collateral loans 1,773 42 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stock 12,850 79 

Interest from all other sources 119 06 

Gross rents from company's property 3,000 00 

Total interest and rents $45,529 13 

Profit on sale or maturitj' of ledger assets: 

Illinois Tunnel Co. bonds, book value, $22,000.00; sold for $24,000.00; 

profit ' 2,000 00 

Policy fees required or represented by applications 197,400 75 

Total income $2,450,298 96 

Amount carried forward ^ $3,527,268 23 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Deduct Salvage Net Amount 
G.083 Amount Schedule (H) Paid Policy- 
Paid for and Reinsur- Holdeis for 
Losses. ance. Losses. 

Accident $925,958 60 $15,000 00 $910,958 60 

Health 89,812 29 89,812 29 



Totals $1,015.770 89 $15,000 OO $1,000 770 89 $1,000,770 89 

Accident, $17,205.30; health, $1,911.09 19,116 99 

Accident, $452,367.49; health, $61,686.47 514,053 96 

Stockholders for interest or dividends 60,000 00 

Salaries, fees and all other compensation of otlicers and home of- 

:flce employes 183,183 21 

Salaries, traveling and all other expenses of ■.•ii'cnts not paid by com- 
missions 203,409 98 



125 

Medical examiners' fees and salaries $10,32171 

Rents 18,567 60 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 37,824 46 

Legal expenses 24,632 50 

Advertising- 8,794 85 

Printing and stationery 18,791 67 

Postage and express 19,840 44 

50 shares Union National Bank stock, book value, $5,000.00; sold for 

$4,500; loss 500 00 

Policy fees retained by agents 197,400 75 

Bank exchange 1,197 75 

General expense 16,664 85 

Total disbursements $2,335,071 61 

Balance $1,192,196 62 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (Schedule A), unincumbered $44,688 01 

Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B), first liens 487,339 25 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collater- 
als (Schedule C) 31,250 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest, $229,725.00; and 

book value of stocks, $65,000.00; (Schedule D) 294,725 00 

Cash in company's office, $3,068.50; deposited in banks, 

$105,210.72 108,279 22 

Bills receivable 3,934 75 

Other ledger assets: 

Cash in liands of treasurers and paymasters in transit 153,417 35 

Furniture and fixtures 30,739 67 

Agents' balances 37,823 37 

Ledger assets ." $1,192,196 62 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $8,432.80, and accrued, $3,212.71, on mortgages $11,645 51 

Interest accrued on bonds 3,809 58 

Interest accrued on collateral loans 15 64 

Total $15,470 73 

Market value (not including interest in item 13) of bonds and stocks 

over book value (Schedule D) 8,100 00 

On Policies or 

Renewals Issued 

Subsequent to 

October 1. 

Accident ; $626,758 09 

Health 32,559 02 

Total 659,317 11 

Gross assets $1,875,084 46 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Bills receivable $3,934 75 

Furniture and fixtures 30,739 67 

Supplies, printed matter and stationery, agents' bahiuces.. 37,523 37 

Total 72,497 79 

Admitted assets $1,802,586 67 



126 



LIABILix'lES. 



Accident 
Health . 



In process 
of Adjust- 
ment. 
$13,018 84 
1,287 54 



Reported, 
Proofs not 
Received. 
$143,817 80 
6,519 33 



Resisted. Total 

$17,189 00 $174,025 64 
2,551 00 10,357 87 



Totals 

Deduct re-iusuraiiee 



$14,306 38 $150,337 13 
2,639 00 15,250 00 



9,740 00 $184,383 51 
3,125 00 21,014 OO 



Net unpaid claims, ex- 
cept liability claims. $11,667 38 $135,087 13 $16,615 00 $163,369 51 
Total unpaid claims and expenses of settlement 

Gross premiums (less re-insurance) upon all unexpired risks running 
one year or less from date of policy, $1,727,435.26; unearned pre- 
miums, 50 per cent., $863,717.63 $863,717 63 



Total unearned premiums as shown by recapitulation 

Accident, $138,792.10; health, $7,125.50 

Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, fees, etc., due or 

accrued 

Re-insurance 

Advance premiums (100 per cent.) 

Contingent reserve 



$163,369 51 



863,717 63 
145,917 60 

6,300 50 
10,643 24 

4,251 50 
50,000 00 



Total amount of all liabilities, except capital. 

Capital actually paid up in cash 

Surplus over all liabilities 



$1,244,199 98 



$300,000 00 
258,386 69 



Surplus as regards policy holders. 
Total liabilities 



558,386 69 



$1,802,586 67 



EXHIBIT OF PRiiMIUMS. 

Premiums in force December 31 of previous year as 

shown by line 5 of last year's statement $1,649,37163 

Written or renevped during the year 2,458,993 16 



Totals $4,108,364 79 

Deduct expirations and cancellations 2,424,577 92 



In force at the end of the year 

Deduct amount re-insured (Schedlue F) 



$1,683,786 87 
34,965 91 



Net premiums in force $1,648,820 96 



Health. 

$16,731 02 
326,977 33 

$343,708 35 
265,094 05 

$78,614 30 



$78,614 30 



RECAPITULATION. 
Gross premiums (less re-insurance) upon all unexpired risks, viz: 

Running One Year or LebS 
from Date of Policy. 

Amount Total 

Unearned Total Unearned 

Premium. (50 per cent.) Premiums. Premiums. 

Accident $1,648,820 96 $824,410 48 $1,648,820 96 $824,410 48 

Health 78,614 30 39,307 15 78,614 30 39,307 15 

Totals $1,727,435 26 $863,717 63 $1,727,435 26 $863,717 63 



127 

GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Were all the transactions of the compauy of which notice had been received at 
the home oflSce at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Gross premiums (less reinsurance and return premiums) received from or- 
ganization of company, $10,961,529.75. 

Total losses (less reinsurance) paid from organization of company, $5,251,181.65. 

Total dividends declared from organization of company, viz.: Cash, $252,000.00. 

Total aruount of the company's stock owned by the directors at par value, 
$300,000.00. 

Total amount loaned to the directors or other officers, nothing; loaned to 
stockholders not officers, nothing. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. ' 

Estimated liability on unpaid losses and claims, December 31, per last 

annual statement $165,166 00 

Increase or decrease in above estimates during the year 1,302 04 



Total $166, 468 04 

Losses and claims (less reinsurance) incurred during the year, viz. : 

Accident, $928,098.70; health, $88,690.65 1,016,789 35 



Total $1,183,275 39 

Deduct losses and claims paid during the year, viz. : 

Losses and claims of 1906, $861,004.84; losses and claims of previous 

years, $158,883.04 1,019,887 88 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31, 1906, per liabilities of this 

statement $163,369 51 



Give the largest amount insured in any one risk in each of the following 
classes. 

Answer.— Accident, $5,000.00; health, $650.00. 

Deduct the 
Gross Premi- Amount of 
urns in course Same not Col- 
of Collection lected or Amount 
December 31, Charged Off of Same Col- 
Previous During the lected During 
Year. Year. the Year. 

Accident $654,650 40 $141,748 21 $512,902 19 

Health 30,815 64 1,264 18 29,551 46 



Totals $685,466 04 $143,012 39 $542,453 65 



BUSINESS IN STATE OP INDIANA DURING 1906. 

Gross Premi- 

1 ums Received 

on Risks 

Written or 

Renewed 

During the Gross 

Year. Looses Paid. 

Accident $58,727 93 $19,130 27 

Health 5,808 15 1,892 00 



Totals $64,536 08 $21,022 27 



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FEDERAL UNION SURETY COMPANY. 

■ 'rosideut. Hugh Daugherty. Vice-President, S. E. Rauli. 

Secretary, C. R. Hiukle. 

Incorporated July S, 1901. ' Commenced business October 1, 1901. 

Home Office, Indianapolis, lud. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $300,000.00. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), Deccml^er 31 of previous 

year $376,327 09 

Increase of paid-up capital during the year 50,000 00 



Extended at 



$426,327 09 



INCOME. 



G.osi 

Premiumj 

Unpaid 

Dec. 31, 

Last Year. 

Fidelity ) 

and V S34,438 57 
Surety j 



Gross 
Premiums 
Written 

and 

Renewed 

During 

the Year. 



Total. 



Deduct 

Gross 

Premiums 

now in 
Course of 
Collection. 



Entire 
Premiums 
Collected 

During 
the Year. 



Deduct Re- 
insurance, 

Return 
Premiums 
and Can- 
cellations. 



Net Cash 
Actually . 
Received 

for 
Premiums 



$309,847 93 1344,286 50 126,524 86 $317,761 64 $30,334 85 $287,426 79 



Total net cash actually received for premiums 



Interest on mortgage loans 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stock. 
Interest from all other sources 



Total interest and reuts 
Real estate mortgages 



Total income 



$9,432 81 
3,265 00 
2,210 15 



$287,426 79 



$14,907 96 
24 50 



$302,359 25 



Fidelity and Surety 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Deduct Salvage Net Amount 

Gross Amount Schedule (H) Paid Policy 

Paid for and Reinsur- Holders for 

Losses. ance. Losses. 

$106,898 71 $49,568 42 $57,330 29 



Total 



Investigation and adjustment of claims, including legal and other ex- 
penses in defense of suits against policy holders, viz.: Fidelity 

Commissions or brokerage 

Salaries, fees and all other compensation of officers and home office 
employes 

Salaries, traveling and all other expenses of agents not paid by com- 
missions 

Rents 

All other taxes, licenses and Insurance Department fees 

Legal expenses 

Advertising- 

Printing and stationery 

Postage and express 

Furniture and fixtures 



$57,330 29 



$845 70 
88,992 86 

30,074 34 

18,881 99 
3,392 00 
9,626 64 

10,366 40 
2,923 71 
3,363 71 
2,281 29 
1.816 24 



129 



Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets (give items and amounts).. $2,069 40 

Telephone and telegraph 980 26 

Miscellaneous home office expense 3,082 17 

Trust funds returned , 607 00 

Total disbursements $236,634 00 

Balance $492,052 34 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B), first liens $218,350 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest 91,265 40 

Cash deposited in banks 139,579 45 

Other ledger assets: 

Expenses advanced • 566 43 

Agents' debit balances 1,703 63 

Advanced on contracts secured 33,927 43 

Special deposit in New York 6,660 00 

Ledger assets '. 



$492,052 34 



Interest due, $42.50, and accrued, 

Interest accrued on bonds 

Interest due and accrued on other assets 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

218.14, on mortgages.. 



$3,260 64 
285 U 
320 50 



Gn Policies or On Policies or 
Renewals Is- Renewals Is- 
sued Subse; sued Prior to 
quent to Oct.'l.' Oct. 1. 
Gross premiums in course of collection: 

Fidelity and Surety $22,16170 $4,363 16 

Total 

Gross assets 



$3,866. 25 



26,524 86 



$522,443 45 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Gross premiums in course of collection written prior to 

October 1 $4,363 16 

Book value of ledger assets over market value, viz.: 

Expenses advanced 566 43 

Agents' debit balances 1,703 63 

Admitted assets 



$6,633 22 



$515,810 23 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses and claims: 

Fidelity and Surety. 



In Process of 

Adjustment. 

$19,935 93 



Total unpaid claims and expenses of settlement. 
9— Ins. Dept. 



$20,000 00 



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Gross premiums (less reinsurance) upon all unexpired 
risks running one year or less from date of policy, 
$258,623.32; unearned premiums, 50 per cent $129,31166 

Gross premiums (less reinsurance) upon all unexpired risks 
running more tlian one year from date of policy, 
$9,326.92; unearned premiums, pro rata $6,872 83 

Total unearned premiums as shown by recapitulation 136,184 49 

Commissions, brokerage and other charges due or to become due to 
agents or brokers on policies issued subsequent to Oct. 1, 1906, viz. : 
Fidelity and Surety 4,432 34 

Total amount of all liabilities, except capital $160,616 83 

Capital actually paid up in cash $300,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities : 55,193 40 

Surplus as regards policy holders 355,193 40 

Total liabilities $515,810 23 

EXHIBIT OP PREMIUMS. 

Fidelity and Surety 
Premiums in force December 31 of previous year as shown by last 

year's statement $191,902 08 

Written or renewed during the year 309,847 93 

Totals $501,750 01 

Deduct expirations and cancellations .- 233,799 77 

In force at the end of the year $267,950 24 

Net premiums in force $267,950 24 



RECAPITULATION. 

Gross premiums (less reinsurance) upon all unexpired risks, viz.: 



Fidelity and 



Running One Year or Less Running More Than One Year 

.from Date of Policy. from Date of Policy. 

Amount Amount 

Unearned Unearned 

Premium. (50 per cent.) Premium. (pro rata.) 



Surety $258,62; 



$129,311 66 $9,32G 92 



Total 
Total Unearned 

Premiums. Premiums. 



6,872 83 $267,950 24 $136,184 49 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 



Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
.the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer.— Y'es. 

Gross premiums (less reinsurance and return premiums) received from organi- 
zation of company, $701,226.48. 

Total losses (less reinsurance) paid from organization of company, $153,512.51. 

Total dividends declared from organization of company, viz.: Cash, none; 
stock, none. 

Total amount of the company's stock owned by the directors at par value, 
$98,400.00. 

Total amount loaned to the directors or other officers, none; loaned to stock- 
holders not officers, none. 



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Does any oflBcei-, director or trustee receive any commission on tlie business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. 
Estimated liability on unpaid losses and claims, December 31, per last 

annual statement $10,412 50 

Increase or decrease in above estimates during the year 24 83 

Losses and claims (less reinsurance) incurred during the year 116,446 97 

Total $126, 834 64 

Deduct losses and claims paid during the year per line 13, page 3, 
viz.: Losses and claims of 1906, $99,011.04; losses and claims of pre- 
vious years, $7,887.67 106,898 71 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31, 1906, per liabilities, line 17, 

page 5 of this statement $19,935 93 



Deduct the 
Gross Premiums Amount of 
in Course of Same not Col- 



Fidelity and Surety. 



Collection 
December 31, 
Previous Year. 

$34,438 57 



lected or Charged 

Off During the 

Year. 

$1,152 00 



Amount of 
Same Col- 
lected Dur- 
ing the Year. 

$33,286 57 



BUSINESS IN STATE OF INDIANA DURING 1906. 



Fidelity and Surety. 



Gross Premiums 






Received on 






Risks Written 






or Renewed 




'Gross 


During the 


Gross 


Losses 


■ Year. 


Looses Paid. 


Incurred. 


$55,444 36 


$2,074 49 


$1,639 62 



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INDIANA AND OHIO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, John R. Bojinell. "Vice-President, Rankin C. Walkup. 

Secretary, H. C. Naylor. 

Incorporated April, 1893. Commenced business May 1, 1893. 

Home oflBce, Crawfordsville, Ind. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $100,000.00. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31 

of previous year $151,143 80 



Extended .at 



$151,143 80 



INCOME. 

Grosci Premi- Deduct Gross Deduct Re- 
Gross Premi- urns Written I* Premiums Entire Pre- insurance, ' '' Net Cash' 
ums Unpaid and Renewed now in Couise miums Col- Return Pre- Actually Re- 
December 31, During the ofCollec- lected During miums and ceived for 
Last Year. Year. Total. tion. Year. Cancellations. Premiums. 
Livestock.. $6,853 40 $147,35156 $154,204 96 $11,330 09 $142,874 87 $12,619 78 $130,255 09 
Total net cash actually received for premiums $130,255 09 

Interest on mortgage loans __ $300 00 

Interest on collateral loans 513 33 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stock - 5,881 68 

Interest from all other sources 57 18 

Total interest and rents $6,752 19 

Profit and Loss 24 00 

Total income $137,03128 

Amount carried forward $288,175 08 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
Live Stock- 
Gross amount paid for losses : $40,497 50 

Deduct salvage (schedule H) and reinsurance 660 00 

Net amount paid policy holders for losses $39,837 50 

Commissions or brokerage, less amount received on return premiums 

and reinsurance for live stock 32,988 00 

Stockholders for interest or dividends (amount declared during year). 20,000 00 
Salaries, fees and all other compensation of officers and home office 

employes 5,411 67 

Salaries, traveling and all other expenses of agents not paid by com- 
missions 871 71 

Rents ; 275 04 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 2,594 28 

Lc.°:al cxpen-.es 43.05 

Advertising 889 14 

Printing and stationery „ 1,436 83 

Postage and express : 505 11 

General expense 464 92 

Total disbursements $105,317 25 

Balance $182,857 83 



133 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage on real estate, first liens $5,200 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest 156,169 47 

Cash in company's office, $1,907.32; deposited in banks, 

$17,723.21 ; 19,630 53 

Bills receivable, taken for risks written 2,085 75 

Total , $183,085 75 

Less agents' credit balance 227 92 

Ledger assets, as per balance $182,857 83 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages $115 83 

Interest due, $615.75, and accrued, $1,286.56, on bonds 1,902 31 

Total 2,018 14 

Live Stock- 
Gross premiums in course of collection: 
On policies or renewals issued subsequent to October 1. $10,212 41 
On policies or renewals issued prior to October 1 1,117 68 

Total 11,330 04 



Gross assets $196,206 06 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Bills receivable on policies issued prior to Oct. 1, 1906 $971 75 

Gross premiums in course of collection written prior to 

October 1 '. 1,117 68 

Total 2,089 43 



Admitted assets $194,116 63 

LIABILITIES. 
Live Stock—' 
Losses and Claims: 

Reported, proofs not received $5,700 00 

Resisted 40O 00 

Total $6,1C0 00 

Total unpaid claims and expenses of settlement $6,100 00 

Gross premiums (less reinsurance) upon all unexpired risks running 
one year or less from date of policy, $126,518.60; unearned premiums, 

50 per cent 63,259 30 

Commissions, brokerage and other charges due or to become due to 
agents or brokers on policies issue subsequent to October 1, 1906, 
viz. : Live stock 114 70 



Total amount of all liabilities, except capital $69,474 00 

Capital actually paid up in cash $100,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities : 24,642 63 

Surplus as regards policy holders 124,642 63 



Total liabilities $194,116 63 



134 

EXHIBIT OP PREMIUMS. 

Live Stock. 

r'-pLu'iims iu force December 31 of previous year $96,71i; 44 

W; it I oil or renewed during the year ]47''5irc 

Total $244,064 00 

Deduct expirations and cancellations 117,545 40 

In force at the end of the year $126,518 60 

Net premiums in force 126,518 60 

RECAPITULATION. 

Running One Year or LebS 
from Date of Policy. 

Amount 
Unearned 
Premium. (50 per cent.) 

Live stock $126,518 60 $63,257 30 

Totals $126,518 60 $63,257 30 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Total amount loaned to the directors or other officers, $66,500.00; loaned to stock 
holders not officers, none. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? Answer. — No. 
Estimated liability on unpaid losses and claims, December 31, per last 

annual statement $2,725 00 

Increase or decrease in above estimates during the year 2,725 00 



Total $2,725 00 

Losses and claims (less re-insurance) incurred duriug the year, viz.: 

Live stock $46,597 50 



Total $46,597 50 

Losses and claims of 1906, $37,772.50; losses and claims of previous 

years, $2,725.00 40,497 50 



Losses and claims unpaid December 31, 1906, per liabilities $6,100 00 

Give the largest amount iusured in anj' one risk in each of the follow- 
ing classes : Live stock $2,500 00 



Live stock 



Deduct the 
Gross Premiums Amount of 
in Course of Same not C!ol- Amount of 
Collection lected or Charged Same Col- 
December 31, Off During the lected Dur- 
Previous Year. Year. ing the Year 
. $6,853 40 $119 48 $6,733 92 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



"Legal Reserve'' Life Insurance 
Companies. 

OF THE STATE OF INDIANA 



Filed in the Office of the Auditor of State, Showing the Condition 
of the Companies on December 31, 1906. 



(135) 



136 



AMEKICAN CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, M. A. Woollen. Secretary, W. W. Dark. 

Treasurer, Geo. E. Hume. 

Incorporated February 23, 1899. Commenced business April 1, 1899. 

Home oflSce, Indianapolis, lud. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $137,000.00. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $1,445,200 38 

Extended at $1,445,200 38 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses, less $272.56 for first year's reinsurance $392,421 98 

Total first year's premiums on original pol- 
icies $392,42198 

Surrender values a^iplied to purchase paid-up 

insurance and annuities 8,92111 

Total new premiums $401,343 09 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 
and 16), without deduction for commissions 
or other expenses, less S382.69 for reinsur- 
ance on renewals , $384,635 67 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 31,056 21 

Total renewal premiums 415,691 88 

Total premium income $817,034 97 

Premium notes, loans or liens restored by revi- 
val of policies 2,711 78 

Interest on mortgage loans $19,589 20 

Interest on bond^s and dividends on stocks 103 00 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 28,751 27 

Interest on deposits 445 39 

Rent from company's property 13,999 41 

Total interest and rents 62,888 27 

Prem. bal., $28.82; R. E. improvement, $40.00.. 68 82 68 82 

Total income $882,703 84 

Amount carried forward $2,327,904 22 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $54,150 77 

For matured endowments 151,484 96 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $205,635 73 

Premium notes voided by lapse 6,768 03 



137 

Surrender values paid in cash $220,151 38 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insurance 

and annuities 8,92111 

Dividends applied to pay renewal piemiums 31,056 21 

Paid for claims on supplementary contracts not involving 

life contingencies ; 500 00 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 8,209 50 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 

reinsurance), first year's premiums, $210,674.26; renewal 

premiums, $12,804.38 223,478 64 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents a\id clerks 16,671 29 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 1,438 37 

Medical examiners' fees, $8,423.94; inspection of risks, 

$2,778.25 11,202 19 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes ■ 51,103 89 

Rent, including $3,050.00 for company's occupancy of its 

own building 5,034 83 . 

Advertising, $3,482.65; printing and~ stationery, $3,937.15; 

postage, $3,725.52 11,145 32 

Legal expenses 4,626 63 

Furniture, fixtures and safes.... 2,244 19 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 6,340 08 

Taxes on real estate, $1,996.88; personal, $1,814.70 3,81158 

Repairs and expenses (other than taxes) on real estate... 6,373 88 



All other disbursements (give items and amounts): 

Consulting actuaries' fee $156 00 

Agents' balance 1,611 03 

Call charges 363 31 

Expense and supplies, office 1,927 95 

Express and exchange 18110 

Invtstmeni expense 237 05 

Surety bonds 586 66 

Reinstatement expenses 4,499 56 

Total 9,562 66 

Total disbursements $834,275 51 



Balance $1,493,628 71 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate, unincumbered $391,85110 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 348,897 09 

Loans made to policy holders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral 700,645 06 

Premium notes on policies in force 9,596 52 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) 5,207 50 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest... 7,072 03 

Cash in company's office, $1,902.78; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $23,958.98 25,861 76 

Bills receivable 1,669 05 

Deposit account, $25.00; unearned fire insurance premiums, 

$2,803.60 2,828 60 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $1,493,628 71 



138 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due, $1,509.24, aud accrued, $4,447.63, on mortgages. $5,956 87 
Interest due, $31.72, aud accrued, $140.06, on premium notes, 

policy loaus or liens 171 78 

Interest accrued on other assets 72 92 



Total interest and rents due and accrued $6,201 57 

Market value of real estate over book value '. 58,248 90 

Market value (not including interest) of bonds and stocks over book 

value 126 00 

New 
Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $28,357 22 $15,616 62 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 17,772 92 



Totals ■. $28,357 22 $33,389 54 

Deduct loading 17,014 33 6,677 90 



Net amount uncollected and deferred premiums. $11,342 89 $26,711 64 38,054 53 

All other assets, furniture, fixtures and safes. 6,483 47 



Gross assets $1,602,743 18 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, furniture, fixtures 

and safes $6,483 47 

Bills receivable 1,669 05 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 14,32117 

Deducted from unearned fire premiums to show cash value 

thereof : 492 60 

Total 22,966 29 



Total admitted assets $1,579,776 89 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present \alue of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Insurance Department, on the Actuaries and 
American Tables of Mortality, with 4 and 3^ per cent, 
interest $1,248,826 32 

Total $1,248,826 32 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 263 29 

Net reserve $1,248,563 03 

Present value of amounts not yet due on supplementary 

contracts not involving life contingencies 3,894 35 

Claims for death losses due and unpaid $5.000 00 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or ad- 
justed and not due 1,126 07 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted 

by the company 2,500 00 

Total policy claims 8,626 07 



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Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied $244 37 

Dividends or other profits due policy holders, including those contin- 
gent on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 1,834 60 

Unsettled bills for relmildiug-'ll. O. building, work completed, but -iiot 

accepted 15,544 57 

Work contracted for on H. O. building, but not completed 5,700 00 

Real estate and personal taxes 1906. payable in 1907 2,052 00 

Insurance tases on 1906, premiums payable in 1907 8,359 So 

Capital stock 137,000 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 147,958 05 

Total liabilities $1,579,776 89 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDINCx ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following IS a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. 

At end of previous year . . 

Issued during year 

Revived during year .... 
Increased during year . . . 

Totals after transfe/s . . 

Deduct ceased: 

By death 

By maturity 

By expiry 

By surrender 

By lapse 

By decrease 

Not taken 



Whole Life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 



131 
24 



612 

862 

57 

165 



Total terminated 

Outstanding at end of year . 
Policies re-insured 



Endowment 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 



Term and Other 
Policies, Includ- 
ing Return Pre- 
mium Additions. 
No. Amount. 



Total Numbers 

and Amounts. 

No. Amount. 



5,836 $15,025,676 69 $255,000 848 S2,971,355 6,753 $18,252,031 



2,235 5,934,936 29 60,500 209 



312,000 
53,000 



1 



12 

3,485 109 



623,100 2,473 
58,500 143 
180,944 134 



6,618,536 
370,500 
237,429 



8,226 $21,325,612 99 $318,985 1,178 $3,833,899 9,503 $25,478,496 



35.000 



27,759 



1,826,045 

2,233,000 

106,800 

602,500 



151,485 .... 

102 

5,500 67 

27,000 157 

1,000 13 

30,000 53 



253,000 
76,585 

532,452 
79,000 

175,800 



27 
11 
102 
681 
1,030 
71 
229 



62,759 
151,485 
253,000 
1,908,130 
2,782,452 
186,800 
808,000 



1,714 $4,793,345 36 $214,985 401 $1,144,596 2,151 $6,152,926 
6,512 $16,532,267 63 $104,000 777 $2,689,303 7,352 $19,325,570 
10 $55,000 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 3,604 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 
year 



Total ; 

Deduct ceased to he in force during the year. 



Policies in force December 31 3,921 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 

Losses and claims incurred during year 



Total 

Losses and claims settled during the year in cash. 



Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $329,685.70 



No. 
3,604 

778 


Amount. 

$10,101,049 
1,840,561 


4,3S2 
461 


$11,941,610 
1,761,005 


3,921 
No. 
1 
16 


$10,180,605 
Amount. 

$262 
45,000 


17 
16 


$45,262 
42,762 


1 
vithout 


$2,500 
any deduc- 



140 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had betui received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 t;:uthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. E. and O. E. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31V 

Answer.— Yes, except as modified by change of entries made at the suggestion 
of the examiners of the Insurance Department of Indiana. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the state standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No, except in a few isolated cases, where paid up insurance is given 
for an amount infinitesimally in excess of the amount of paid up insurance the 
reserve would purchase. The amount thereof is so small that it has not been com- 
puted or included in the liabilities. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — The company Issues participating and non-participating policies. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— Discretionary with board of directors. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — 'No, except as reported herein. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — Yes. Home office building in accordance with expenditure for addi- 
tions and improvements. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — No proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company is taken 
in excess of provisions of law, i. e., not exceeding the reserve on the policy at 
the time the loan is made. 



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CENTRAL UIsTIOISr LIFE INSURAN^CE COMPANY. 

President, C. D. Kenick. Vice-President, R. L. McOuat. 

Secretary, W. Ralph Warner. Treasurer, C. D. Renick. 

Incorporated January 9, 1905. Commenced business January 7, 1905. 

Home oflace, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

GUARANTEE FUND. 

Amount of guarantee paid up in casli $12,000 00 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), De- 
cember 31 of previous year $30,328 18 

Increase of guarantee fund during the year.... 12,000 00 

Extended at $42,328 18 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with-" . 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses $60,455 74 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $60,455 74 

Renewal premiums without deduction for 

commissions or other expenses 49,607 99 

Total renewal premiums $49,607 99 

Total premium income $110,063 73 

Interest on mortgage loans $60 00 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 116 32 

Interest on deposits 1,008 50 

Total Interest and rents : $1,184 82 1,184 82 

From other sources 207 20 207 20 

Total income $111,455 75 

Amount carried forward $153,783 93 

diskuksemI':nts. 

For death claims $10,800 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $10,500 OO 

Premium notes voided by lapse 2,637 11 

Paid for claims on supplementary contracts not involving 

life contingencies 3,672 85 

Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums 43,800 80 

;Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 5,489 00 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 4,028 29 

Medical examiners' fees 2,667 88 

Salaries and all other compensation of ofiicers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 11.552 98 

Rent 1,210 00 



UL> 



Advertising, $258.11; printing and Htationery, $1,082.24; 

postage, $448.00 $1,788 35 

Legal expenses 220 65 

Furniture, fixtures and safes , 1,357 61 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 1,400 00 

All other disbursements : 20,735 03 • 

Total disbursements $110,100 55 

Balance $43,683 38 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens $1,000 00 

Loans secured bj^ pledge of bonds, stocks or other col- 
lateral, per Schedule C 24,000 00 

Premium notes on policies in force, of which $277 is for 

first year's premiums 682 14 

Cash in company's office, $4,840.77; deposited in banks 

(not on interest), $12,202.89 17,043 66 

Agents' balances 957 58 

Total ledger assets $43,683 38 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due on mortgages $28 75 

Interest due on other assets 335 00 

Total interest and rents due and accrued $363 70 

[New Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $8,834 00 $6,566 57 

Totals .$8,834 00 $6,566 57 

Deduct loading 6,007 12 . 1,313 31 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred 

premiums $2,826 88 $5,253 26 $8,080 14 

All- other assets 3,107 61 

Gross assets 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed, matter, $750.00; furniture, fix- 
tures and safes, $3,357.61 $3,107 61 

Agents' debit balances 957 58 

Total 

Total admitted assets , , $51,169 69 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Insurance Department, on the American and 
Actuaries' tables of mortality, with 4 and 314 per cent, 
interest $44,349 00 

Total $44,349 00 



$55,234 88 



$4,066 19 



14.- 



Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsui-ed in 
other solvent companies 



$55 00 



Net reserve 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender value so applied. 

Commissions due to agents on premium notes when paid 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 



Total liabilities 



$44,294 00 

228 55 

193 90 

6,453 24 



$51,169 69 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 

Including all business written. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31. 



CLASSIFICATION. 



At end of previous year . 

Issued during year 

Revived during year. . . , 
Increased during year. . . 



Whole Life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

922 $1,963,000 

793 1,713,000 

11 21,500 

500 



Totals before transfers 1,726 S3,698,000 

Transfers, deductions 1 2,500 

Transfers, additions 



Totals after transfers 1,725 §3,695,500 

Deduct ceased : 

By death 

By lap_e 

By decrease 

Not taken 



6 


12,000 


205 


412,500 




7,500 


113 


274,500 



Total terminated 324 $706,500 

Outstanding end of year 1,401 $2 989,000 

Policies reinsured 4 816,000 



Endowment 

Policies. 

No . Amount. 



2 $2,500 



2,500 



2 ?2,500 



Term and Other 
Policies, Includ- 
ing Return Pre- 
mium Additions. 
No. Amount 
23 $79,000 
20 58,500 



2,500 43 S137,.500 



2,500 



32,500 

36,.50O 
569,000 
$71,000 



Total Numbers 
and Amounts. 



No. 

[945 
815 
11 



6 
216 



121 
343 

1,428 
4 



Amount. 

$2,042,000 

1,774,000 

21,500 

500 



$140,000 1,771 $3,838,000 



'12,000 

445,000 

7,500 

30,000 

$775,500 

$3,062,500 

$16,000 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 945 $2,042,000 00 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 826 1,796,000 00 

Total 1,771 $3,838,000 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 343 775,500 00 

Policies in force December 31 1,428 $3,062,500 00 

Losses and claims incurred during rear 6 $12,(K)0 OU 

Total '. 6 $12,000 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year, in cash, $10,800.00; by compromise, 
$1,200.00. 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31, none. 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any de- 
duction for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $110,063.73. 



144 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. ^ 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home oflBce at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — No. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer.— No, on account of guaranty fund created by members of company. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor. has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or g'uaranteed capital? 

Answer.— -Not less than seven per cent, of guaranty fund as filed herewith. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportioo of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — No. 



145 
COMMERCIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Albert J. Hiliker. Vice-Presidents, E. A. Hendriclisou, C. L. Buschmann. 

Sefretary, William A. Pickens. Treasurer, Henry Kothe. 

Incorporated September 24, 1906. Commenced business September 24, 1906. 

Home OfQce, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, without deduc-. 
tion for commissions or other expenses, less $162.08 for 
first year's reinsurance $14,03143 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $14,03143 

Total new premiums $14,031 43 

Total premium income .'. $14,031 43 

Interest on deposits $8 38 

Total interest and rents $8 38 

From other sources 26,000 00 

Total income $40,039 81 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
For death claims $1,000 00 

Net amount paid for losses and .matured 

endowments $1,000 00 

Commissions and bonuses to agents 6,062 33 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 32 79 

Medical examiners' fees 303 00 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 300 00 

All other disbursements 25 00 

Total disbursements $7,723 12 

Balance $32,316 69 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens.. $2,000 00 
Premium notes on policies in force, of which all is for first 

year's premiums 6,178 06 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 23,000 00 

Cash in company's oflice, $162.08; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $976.55 1,138 63 

Total ledger assets : $32,316 69 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $21 48 

Interest due and accrued on premium notes, policy loans 

or liens 22 68 

Interest due and accrued on other assets 19167 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 235 83 

10— Ins. Dept. 



146 

New Business. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 $1,613 05 



Total $1,613 05 

Deduct loading, 70 per cent 1,129 14 



Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums — $483 91 



Gross assets $33,036 43 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

item 14 of liabilities $1,707 96 



Total 1,707 96 



Total admitted assets $31,328 47 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Insurance Department, on the American and 
Actuaries' tabl-is of mortality, with 3% per cent, in- 
terest $2,530 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 80 00 



Net reserve $2,450 00 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or ad- 
justed and not due ., $5,000 00 



Total policy claims 5,000 00 

Commissions due to agents on premium notes when paid 3,596 42 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 863 25 

Borrowed money and interest thereon 1,000 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 18,418 SO 



Total liabilities $31,328 47 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 

Including all business written. 

The following Is a correct statement of the business of the year, on policy 
account as it stood at close of business December 31: 

Term and Other 
Policies, Including 

-CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life ■ Return Premium Total Numbers 

Policies. Additions. and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. .\mount. No. Amount. 

Issued during year 26 $67,000 229 $516,500 255 $583,E00 

Deduct ceased: 

By death 6,000 2 6,000 

Not taken 1,000 1 1,000 



Total terminated $7,000 3 $7,000 



Outstanding end of year 26 $67,000 229 $509,500 252 $576,500 



Policies reinsured 6 $17,500 6 $17,500 



147 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 

Policies oil tlie lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year , 255 $583,500 00 

Total 255 $583,500 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the ,vear 3 7,000 00 

Policies in force December 31 252 $576,500 00 

Losses and claims incurred during year 2 6,000 00 

Total 2 $6,000 OO 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 1 $5,000 00 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.- Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of re.il or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — None. 

Does any oHicer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business 
of the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of liens, on the policies? 

Answer. — None. 



148 
HOOSIER STATE LIFE mSURANCE C0MPA:^^Y. 

President, Geo. A. H. Shideler. 

Vice-Presidents, Geo. A. Soutliall, R. E. Breed, Jr. 
Secretary, Dudley H. Jaclison. Treasurer, Edgar H. Jolinson. 

Incorporated April 10, 1906. Commenced business October 31, 1906. 

Home OfHce, 217 Glass Block, Marion, Indiana. 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, without deduc- 
tion for commissions or other expeuses, less $19,003.20 
for first year's reinsurance $19,003 20 

Guarantors . , 23,361 00 

Total income $42,364 20 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 

reinsurance), first year's premiums, $11,191.65 $11,19165 

Agency supervision, traveling and all other agency ex- 
penses 6 45 

Medical examiners' fees 21 00 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home oflice employes 110 00 

Rent, including $37.50 for company's occupancy of its own - 

buildings 37 60 

Printing and stationery, $31.80; postage, $5 36 80 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 5 00 

All other disbursements: 

Treasurer's bond $40 00 

Telephone rent and toll charges 7 15 

47 15 

Total disbursements $11,455 55 

Balance $30,908 65 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest). (Schedule D).. $2,000 00 
Cash in company's office, $136.51; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $23,060 34 23,196 85 

Agents' balances 5,71180 

Total ledger assets $30,908 65 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due on bonds 10 00 

Gross assets 30,918 65 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $5 00 

Agents' debit balances 5,711 SO 

Total 5,716 80 

Total admitted assets $25.20185 



149 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Department of Insurance, on the Am. Expt. 
table of mortality, with 3 per cent, interest $2,897 OO 

Total $2,897 00 

Net reserve $2,897 00 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 1,362 65 

Unassigned .funds (surplus) 20,942 ZJ 



Total liabilities $25,2)185 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 

Including all business written. 

The following- is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy 
account as it stood at close of business December 31: 

Whole Life Policies. 
No. Amount. 

Issued during year 255 $64,010 00 

Outstanding end of year 255 64,010 00 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the year.. $64,010 00 

Policies. in force December 31 $64,010 00 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for Use of re;i! or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — Eight per cent, to guarantors until returned. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — Superintendent of Agencies receives commission on personal business 
in lieu of salary. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be 
taken in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— Nbne. 



150 



INDIANA NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, M. D. Butler. Secretary, Frank W. Killeo. 

Treasurer, Asher B. Evans. 

Incorporated June 28, 1906. Commenced business January 1, 1907. 

Home Office, ludianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash $53,400 00 

Extended at $53,400 00 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, without deduc- 
tion for commissions or other expenses for first year's 
reinsurance $1,337 61 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $1,337 61 

From other sources 24,625 00 

Total income $25,962 61 

Amount carried forward .• $79,362 61 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commissions on 

reinsurance) $686 45 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers. 

agents and clerks 495 00 

Medical examiners" fees 50 OO 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 2,640 84 

Rent 90 00 

Advertising, $68.81; printing and stationery, $33.35; post- 
age, $68.85 171 01 

Legal expenses 5 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 186 00 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 125 00 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets 4,449 30 

All other disbursements 6,992 52 

Total disbursements $11,441 82 

Balance $67,920 79 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real esate, per Schedule B, first liens.. $1,000 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 54,250 00 

Cash deposited in banks (not on interest) 12,670 79 

Total ledger assets $67,920 79 

Total admitted assets $67,920 79 



151 



LIABILITIES. 



Premiums paid in udvance, including surrender values so applied — $1.337 61 

Capital stock .' 53,400 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 13,183 18 



Total liabilities . , $67,920 79 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — None issued. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been iucluded in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — None issued. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Stock company. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business 
of the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

"What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
In notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — None issued. 



152 
INDIANAPOLIS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Albert Goslee. Vice-President, Franli P. Manly. 

Secretaiy, Jos. A. Kaub. 

Incorporated July 10, 1905. Commenced business November 20, 1905. 

Home Office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $26,222 45 

Extended at $26,222 45 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses $21,678 80 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $21,678 80 

Total new premiums $21,678 80 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 

and 16), without deduction for commissions 

or other expenses $4,19163 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums... 7S2 64 

Total renewal premiums 4,974 27 

Total premium income $26,653 07 

Interest on deposits $1,000 00 

Total interest and rents 1,000 00 

Prom other sources 8,855 91 

Total income $36,508 98 

Amount carried forward $62,731 43 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums $782 64 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first wear's premiums, $11,447.53; renewal 
premiums, $11.55 11,459 08 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 1,040 00 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses '. 2,48189 

Medical examiners' fees, $1,648.66; inspection of risks, 

$46.00 1,694 66 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 6,44101 

Rent 768 00 

Advertising, $114.26; printing and stationery, $887.88; post- 
age, $301.53. 1,303 67 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 155 99 

All other disbursements 1,635 06 

Total disbursements $27,762 00 

Balance $34,969 43 



153 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premium notes on policies in force, of which $222.40 is for 
first year's premiums 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 

Cash in company's office, $965.43; deposited in banks (not 
on interest), $2,182.00 

Bills receivable, $573.71; agents' balances, $895.14 

Other sources 

Total ledger assets 



$267 74 
30,000 00 

3,147 43 

1,468 85 

85 41 



$34,969 43 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

New Business. Renewals. 

Gross premiums due and unreported on poli- 
cies in force December 31, 1906 $10,359 74 $2,516 63 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 946 75 607 49 

Totals $11,306 49 $3,124 12 

Deduct loading 6,783 89 624 82 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred 

premiums $4,522 60 $2,499 30 

All other assets 

Gross assets 



$7,021 90 
354 06 



$42,345 39 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, furniture, fixtures 

and safes $354 06 

Agents' debit balances 895 14 

Bills receivable ' 573 71 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 142 50 

Book value of ledger assets over market value 85 41 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



2,050 82 



$40,294 57 



LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Insurance Department, on the Actuaries Table 
of Mortality, with 4 per cent, interest $14,108 00 

Total $14,108 00 

Net reserve $14,108 00 

Commissions due to ag'ents on premium notes when paid 11120 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 478 12 

Dividends or other profits due policyholders, including those contin- 
gent on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 505 81 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 25,091 44 

Total liabilities : $40,294 57 



154 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life 

Policies. 
No. Amount. 

At end of previous year' 252 $317,500 

Issued during year 582 967,567 



Totals after transfers 834 $1,285,067 



Deduct ceased: 

By lapi!:e 

Not taken 



8 $13,000 

68 80,500 

Total terminated _. 76 $93,500 

Outstanding end of year 758 $1,191,567 

Issued as first year term 550 $925,567 



Endowment 

I Policies. 

No. Amount. 

8 $8,000 
75 97,500 

83 $105,500 



Term and Other 
Policies, Includ- 
ing Return Pre- 
mium Additions. 
No. Amount. 



$17,000 
$17,000 
$88,500 



$1,899 94 


$1,899 94 


$58 01 
$58 01 


$1,841 93 



Total Numbers 

and Amounts. 

No. Amount. 

260 $325,500 00 

657 1,066,966 00 



917 $1,392,468 00 



8 $13,000 00 



75 


97,588 01 


83 


$110,588 01 


834 


$1,281,908 93 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 

Policies ou the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 260 $325,500 00 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 657 1,066,966 94 



Total 

DedtTct ceased to be in force during the year. 



Policies in force December 31. 



917 $1,392,466 94 
83 110,558 01 



834 $1,281,908 93 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered ou its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

Does any officer, directoi' or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— The company occasionally takes short time negotiable paper. 



155 



INTERMEDIATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Fred W. Rutz. Vice-President, W. A. Legeman. 

Secretary, Fred Baker. 

Incorporated October 12, 1904. Commenced business November 1, 1904. 

Home office, Evansville, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $206,491 23 

Extended at $206,491 23 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses $46,657 02 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $46,657 02 

Total new premiums $46,657 02 

Renewal premiums, without deduction for 

commission or other expenses $79,588 51 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums.. 520 82 

Total renewal premiums 80,109 33 

Total premium income $126,766 35 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens $12 32 

Interest on deposits 788 51 

Total interest and rents 800 83 

From other sources $986 21 986 21 

Total income $128,553 39 

Amount carried forward $335,044 62 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
For death claims $6,000 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $6,000 00 

Premium notes voided by lapse 28,14115 

Dividends applied on special contracts to pay renewal 

premiums 520 82 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, $44,072 16; renewal 
premiums, $39.66 44,111 82 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 1,291 84 

Medical examiners" fees, $2,992.00; inspection of risks, 

$83. 00 3,075 00 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 1,805 83 



lf.6 

Rent, including $900.60 for company's occupancy of its own 

buildings $900 60 

Advertising, $484.98; printing and stationery, $1,200.00; 

postage, $246.36 1,93134 

Legal expenses 380 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 492 95 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 45 00 

All otlier disbursements 423 19 

Total disbursements $89,119 54 

Balance $245,925 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans made to policy liolders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral $185,558 03 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 46,880 35 

Cash in company's oflSce, $230.11; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $4,093.90 4,324 01 

Bills receivable, $3,239.47; agents* balances, $5,923.22 9,162 69 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $245,925 08 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on premium notes, policy loans 

or liens $2,565 52 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 2,565 52 

New 

Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on poli- 
cies in force December 31, 1906... $13,798 43 $2,473 79 

Totals $13,798 43 $2,473 79 

Deduct loading 8,279 04 247 38 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $5,519 39 $2,226 41 7,745 80 

All other assets 2,177 93 

Gross assets $258,414 33 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, $684.98; furniture, 

fixtures and safes, $1,492.95 $2,177 93 

Agents' debit balances 5,923 22 

Total 8,101 15 

Total admitted assets $250,313 18 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all outstanding policies in force on the 
31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the Indiana 
Insurance Department, on the American Experience 
Table of mortality, with 3J per cent, interest $208,980 00 

Total $208,980 00 



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Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

otlier solvent companies $141 SI 

Net reserve $208,838 19 

Guaranty Fund, $57,850.00. 
Unassigned funds (surplus) 41,474 99 

Total liabilities $250,313 18 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. 


Whole Life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 


Term and Other 
Policies, Including 
Return Premium 

Additions. 
No. Amount. 


Total Numbers 

and Amounts. 

No. Amount. 


At end of previoui year 


100 


$205,000 


515 


$846,000 


615 


$1,051,000 


Issued during year 


100 




812 
1,327 


1,529,250 
$2 375,250 


812 


1,529,250 




$205,000 




Transfers, deductions 






515 


846,000 








515 

615 


846,000 
11,051,000 


812 




427 










Totals after transfers 


$1,529,250 


$2,580,250 


Deduct ceased : 














By death 


2 


6,000 






2 


6,000 


By lapse 


170 

172 


284,000 
$290,000 


74 
74 


119 500 


244 
246 


403,500 


Total terminated 


$119,500 


$409,500 


Outstanding end of year 


443 


$761,000 


738 


$1,409,750 


1,181 


$2,170,750 


Policies re-insured 






7 


$27,500 







BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 615 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 812 



Total 1,427 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 246 



Policies in force December 31 1,181 



Amount. 

$1,051,000 

1,529 250 

$2,580,250 
409,500 

$2,170,750 



Losses and claims incurred during year. 



No. 

2 



Total 

Losses and claims settled during the year in cash. 



Amount. 
$6,000 

$6,000 
$6,000 



Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $126,766.35. 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 



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Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by tue books 
at the liome office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been Included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — None. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any assets been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— None on first year premiums; short extension notes on renewal pre- 
miums. 



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INTERSTATE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, F. B. Davenport. Vice-President, John T. Martindale. 

Secretary, M. S. Thoyer. Treasurer, Chas. B. Coffin. 

Incorporated Jnne, 1899. Commenced business, June, 1899. 

Home office, 430 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of guaranty fund paid up in cash, and 

scrip dividend $408,416 57 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) De- 
cember 31 of previous year . $1,302,280 83 

Increase of capital during the year 8,416 57 

Extended at $1,810,697 40 

" INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, 
without deduction for commissions or other 
expenses $79,466 34 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $79,466 34 

Total nev7 premiums $79,466 34 

Renewal premiums without deduction for com- 
missions or other expenses, less $455.50 for 
reinsurance on renewals $324,860 43 

Total renewal premiums 324,860 43 

Total premium income $404,326 77 

Interest on mortgage loans $15,090 92 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 27,962 21 

Total interest and rents 43,053 13 

Prom other sources: Account advance pre- 
miums $66 87 66 87 

Total income $447,446 77 



Amount carried forward . $1,758,144 17 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims, $86,380; additions, $8,420.19... $94,800 19 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $94,800 19 

Premium notes voided by lapse 142,530 20 

Surrender values paid in cash 146,272 67 

(Total paid policy holders, $383,603.06) 



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Contrlbuters to guaranty fund for interest or dividends, 

pand in scrip $27,216 57 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, $56,302.62; renewal 
premiums, $750.14 57,052 76 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 2,060 64 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 2,290 90 

Medical examiners' fees 2,332 00 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 24,800 00 

Rent, including $814.10 for company's occupancy of its own 

building, less $266.69 received under sublease 4,190 59 

Advertising, $4,865.26; printing and stationery, $1,174.31; 

postage, $952.68 6,992 25 

Legal expenses 10,448 60 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 249 41 

Insurance taxes, $1,927.79; licenses and department fees, 

$1,714.47 9,642 26 

Loss on agents' balances $25,399 04 

Usual office expenses, exchange, telegraph, 
telephone, office supplies, janitor, American 
Audit Co. ($2,000) 5,236 84 30,635 88 

Total disbursements 561,514 92 

Balance $1,196,629 25 



LEDGER ASSETS. 



Book value of real estate, unincumbered $21,23151 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 310,333 00 

Loans made to policy holders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral 771,77189 

Premium notes on policies in force 16,198 50 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 35,000 00 

Cash in company's office, $323.12; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $14,026.42.! 14,349 54 

Bills receivable, $10,898.00; agents' balances, $16,846.81 27,744 81 

Total ledger assets, as per balance 



$1,196,629 25 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due and accrued on mortgages $5,829 79 

Loans or liens 14,65154 

Interest due and accrued on other assets 96 24 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 

Market value of real estate over book value 

New. 
Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on poli- 
cies in force December 31, 1906 $7,831 75 $67,370 21 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 258 62 13,28113 

Totals $8,09037 $80,65134 



20,577 57 
14,268 49 



161 

Deduct loading-, 20 per cent, renewals, 60 per 

cent, on new $4,854 22 $16,130 26 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred 

premiums $3,236 15 $64,521 08 $67,757 23 

All other assets: Office furniture, fixtures, 

safes and library 10,807 05 

Gross assets $1,310,039 59 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, furniture, fixtures and 

safes $10,807 05 

Agents' debit balances 16,846 81 

Bills receivable 10,898 00 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 2,706 25 

Total 41,258 11 

Total admitted assets $1,268,78148 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Auditor of State, on the Actuaries Table of Mortality, 
with 4 per cent, interest, on business written prior to 
1604 and on the Am. Exp. Table with SYs per cent, on all 
business since January 1, 1904 $1,108,714 00 



Total $1,108,714 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 236 00 



Net reserve $1,108,478 00 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or ad- 
justed and not due $10,369 52 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by 

the company 20,000 00 



Total policj claims 30,369 52 

iremiuii's paid in advance, including surrender values so applied 1,076 18 

Guaranty fund for policy holders, $408,416.57. 
Unassigned funds (surplus). (Included in the surplus is $3,891.74 de- 
ferred dividends guaranteed on M. D. P. B. policies and $12,181.68 
contingent profit fund on investment bond policies) 128,857 78 



Total liabilities $1,268,781 



11 — Ins. Dept. 



162 

EXHIBITS OP POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year ou policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 

Term and Other 
Policies, Including 

CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life Endowment Return Premiums Total Numbere 

Policies. Policies. Additions. and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 2,525 S7,308,190 220 $486,380 2,126 $9,849,134 4,871 $17,643 704 

Issued during year 12 47,000 581 1,863,237 593 1,910,237 

Revived during year 2 2,000 10 23,000 12 25,000 

Increased during year 204,745 .... 204,745 



•; Totals before transfers 2,539 $7,357,190 220 $486,380 2,717 $11,940,116 

Transfers, deductions 744 2,642,355 

Transfers, additions 736 2,624,855 8 17,500 



Balance of transfer 736 $2,624,855 8 $17,500 744 $2,642,355 

Totals after transfers 3,275 $9,982,045 228 $503,880 1,973 $9,297,761 5,476 $19,783,686 

Deduct ceased : 

By death 18 $56,000 2 $880 7 $46,290 27 $103,170 

By expiry 2,120 1,189 6,826,417 1,189 6,828,537 

By surrender 272 905,900 1 1,000 .... 78,270 273 985,170 

By lapse 339 1,392,500 19 22,500 69 240,728 427 1,655,728 

By decrease 30,100 30,474 .... 60,574 

Not taken 7 26,000 103 310,148 110 336148 



Total terminated 636 $2,410,500 22 $26,500 1,368 $7,532,327 2,026 $9,969,327 



Outstanding end of year 2,639 $7,571,545 206 $477,380 605 $1,765,434 3,450 $9,814,359 



Policies re-insured 5 $35,000 5 $35,000 



B.USINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 2,428 $5,404,096 84 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 107 399,500 00 



Total 2,535 $5,803,596 84 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 744 2,833,600 00 



Policies in force December 31 1,791 $2,969,996 84 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 2 4,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during j-ear 20 81,353 60 



Total 22 $85,353 60 

Losses and claims settled during the year in cash 22 85,353 60 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $203,374.67. 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer.— Yes. 



163 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes; on all policies since reorganization. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the l)usiness of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— No proportion. 

Does any ofBcer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any assets been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company maj' be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — 33 1-3 per cent, or less. 



164 



LAFAYETTE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Harry E. Glick. Vice-President, Abner B. Werkhoff. 

Secretary, Warren W. Lane. 

Treasurer, Geo. A. Jamison. ■ Actuary, Chas. H. Beckett. 

Incorporated December 26, 1905. Commenced business December 26, 1905. 

Home office, 326 Ferry St., Lafayette, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $39,816 42 

Extended at $39,816 42 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, 
without deduction for commissions or other 
expenses, less $1,103.30 for first year's rein- 
surance $160,595 08 

Total new premiums $160,595 08 

Renewal premiums without deduction for com- 
missions or other expenses $36,488 23 

Total renewal premiums 36,488 23 

Total premium income $197,083 31 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 65 71 

Interest on deposits 1,000 00 

Total interest and rents 1,065 71 

Payments on special contracts applied on re- 
newal premiums $1,665 24 1,665 24 

Total income $199,814 26 



Amount carried forward $239,630 68 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
Reinsurance $12,500 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $12,500 00 

Premium notes voided by lapse 1,526 64 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on re- 
insurance), first year's premiums, $140,998.87; renewal 
premiums, $356.56 141,355 43 

Medical examiners' fees, $7,685.00; inspection of risks, 

$225.60 7,910 60 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 6,309 87 

Rent for company's occupancy of its own building 418 00 



165 

Advertising, $500.15; printing and stationery, $1,974.99; post- 
age, $267.00 $2,742 14 

Legal expenses 350 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 973 28 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 45 00 

Total $174,130 96 

All other disbursements: 

Payments on special contracts $1,665 24 

Traveling expenses 382 52 

Bonds of officers 45 00 

Miscellaneous expenses 384 69 2,477 45 

Total disbursements 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $13,600 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 25,000 00 

Cash in company's office, $7,537.56; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $16,884.71 24,422 27 

Total ledger assets, as per balance 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages $22 04 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 

New 
Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $2,014 64 $1,90157 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 438 76 1,147 90 

Totals $2,453 40 $3,049 47 

Deduct loading 1,805 56 762 37 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred 

premiums $647 84 $2,287 10 

All other assets: 

Furniture 

Stationery 

Gross assets 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, $790.00; furniture, fix- 
tures and safes, $875.95 $1,665 95 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 531 52 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



$176,608 41 
$63,022 27 



$63,022 27 



22 04 



875 95 
790 OO 



$67,645 20 



2,197 47 



$65,447 73 



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LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Department, on the Amer. Exp. Table of Mortality, 
with SVz per cent, interest $45,712 00 

Total $45,712 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reiusured in 

other solvent companies 452 00 

Net reserve $45,260 00 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied — 4,358 99 
Salaries, rents, oflBce expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 464 19 

Advances by officers or others on account of expenses of organiza- 
tion or othervpise 3,039 30 

Dividends or other profits due policy holders, including those con- 
tingent on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 11148 

Reinsurance 143 05 

Renewal commissions 3,022 14 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 9,048 58 

Total liabilities $65,447 73 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 
Including all business written. 

The followiug is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy 
account as it stood at the close of business December 31. 



CLASSIFICATION. 

of previous 



Whole Life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 



At end 

year 352 

Issued during year... 2,139 
Revived during year. 2 
Increased during year 1 

Totals before 

transfers 2,494 

Transfers, deductions 2 
Transfers, additions . 8 

Balance of trans- 
fers 2 

Totals after 
transfers .... 2,496 

Deduct ceased: 

By death 3 

By lapse 10 

By decrease 9 

Not taken 219 

Total terminat'd 241 

Outstand'g end of y'r 2,255 
New business first 

year term 1,911 

Policies reinsured ... 19 



Endowment 
Policies. 



$1,065,000 

5,699,250 

5,000 

1,500 



$6,770,750 
13,000 
22,000 



9,000 



No. 



3,779,750 28 



Amount. No, 



Term and Other 
Policies, Includ- 
ing Return Pre- Total Numbers 
mium Additions. and Amounts. 
Amount. No. Amount. 



$6,000 
66,000 



$5,000 357 
6,000 2,168 

2 

1 



$72,000 

13,500 

4,500 



9,000 



$63,000 



$11,000 



$1,076,000 

5,771,250 

5,000 

1,500 



$11,000 2,528 $6,853,750 



$12,500 
21,000 


1 

17 

18 
10 

8 


$500 . 
39,000 


1 
1 
3 
1 


10 


$21,000 


17,000 


10 


17,500 


576,750 


$1,000 237 


616,750 


$627 250 


$39,500 


$1,000 260 


$667,750 


56,152,500 

5,070,000 
85,500 


$23,500 
20,500 


$10,000 2,268 

5,000 1,920 
19 


$6,186,000 

5,095,500 
85,500 



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BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force December 

31 of previous year 357 $1,076,000 00 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 2,171 5,777,750 00 

Total 2,528 $6,853,750 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 260 6,186,000 OO 

Policies in force December 3] 2,268 $6,186,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during year 3 $12,500 00 

Total 3 $12,500 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 3 12,500 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $198,186.61. 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending oti that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — No stockholders. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — Have taken no notes. 



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LIBERAL LIFE mSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, John H. Terhune. Vice-President, Robert P. Grimes. 

Secretary-Treasurer, Carroll K. McCullough. 

Incorporated .January 8, 1901. Commenced business January 14, 1901. 

Home Office, 15 W. Ninth Street, Anderson, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year, revised $105,835 85 

Extended at $105,835 85 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, 
without deduction for commissions or other 
expenses $30,302 18 

Total new premiums $30,302 18 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 
and 16), without deduction for commissions 
or other expenses .' $52,045 35 

Total renewal premiums 52,045 35 

Total premium income $82,347 53 

Interest on mortgage loans $2,019 50 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 1,797 50 

Rent from company's property 3,11148 

Total interest and rents 6,928 48 

Traveling expenses, $140.82; commissions, $148.ES $289 37 

Agents' balances, $386.56; examinations, $28.25.. 414 81 

Office furniture, $10.00; survivorship div., $125.00 135 00 

839 18 
Total income 90,115 19 



Amount carried forward $195,95104 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
For death claims $16,000 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $16,000 00 

Premium notes voided by lapse 28,852 40 

Surrender values paid in cash 304 00 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 4,390 79 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, $8,972.61; renewal 

premiums, $87.42 9,060 03 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 6,867 70 



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Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses $1,743 49 

Medical examiners* fees, $1,018.00; inspection of risks, 

$374.50 1.392 50 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 9,677 58 

Rent received under sublease 1.038 53 

Advertising, $727.72; printing and stationery, $353.24; post- 
age, $165.55 1,246 51 

Legal expenses 326 50 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 12 00 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 47 00 

Taxes on real estate • 1.228 11 

Repairs and expenses (other than taxes) on real estate — 35 32 

Fire insurance $198 72 

Premiums returned 711 32 

Collection and exchange 4 62 

Incidental expense 220 63 



1,135 29 



Total disbursements $83,357 75 



Balance $112,593 29 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate, per Schedule A $23,500 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens 30,700 00 
Loans secured by pledge of bouds, stocks or other col- 
lateral, per Schedule C 114 57 

Loans made to policyholders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral 4,394 35 

Premium notes on policies in force 41,408 28 

Book value of bonds (Schedule D) 1,000 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 3,162 06 

Cash In company's office, $678.69; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $7,635.34 8,314 03 



Total ledger assets $112,593 29 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $599 65 

Interest due and accrued on bonds 168 32 

Loans or liens 29 78 

Rents due ai)d accrued on company's property or lease... 107 65 



Total interest and rents due and accrued 905 40 

Market value of real estate over book value, per Schedule A 21,500 00 

New Business. 7_ Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $497 95 $1,703 54 



Totals $497 95 $1,703 54 

Deduct loading 373 46 425 88 



Net amount of uncollected and deferred 
premiums : $124 49 $1,277 66 1,402 15 



Gross assets $136,400 84 



170 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 



Loans on personal security, endorsed or not $114 S'i 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

item 26 in excess of the net value of their policies 10,891 44 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



$11,006 01 



$125,394 83 



LIABILITIES. 



Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Insurance Department, on the Actuaries tables of mor- 
tality, with four per cent, interest $78,438 00 

Total $78,438 00 

Net reserve 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted 

by the company $3,500 00 

Total policy claims 

•Unassigned funds (surplus) 

Total liabilities 



$78,438 00 



3,500 00 
43,456 83 



$125,394 83 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 
Including all business written. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy 
account as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. 



At end of previous year 201 

Lsued during year 149 

Revived during year 3 

Increased during year 1 



Whole life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

$575,500 

179,000 

4,000 

5,000 



Totals after transfers 354 $763,500 

Deduct ceased: 

By death 1 $1,000 

By expiry 9 42,500 

By surrender 1 5,000 

By lapse 43 62,500 

By decrease 3 9,500 

Not taken 37 34,000 

Total terminated 94 $154,500 

Outstanding end of year 260 $609,000 



Endowment 
Policies. 
No. Amount. 
$32,500 
2,0C0 



26 



28 



1 $1,000 

2 2,000 
1 500 



4 $3,500 

24 $31,000 



Term and Other 
Policies, Includ- 
ing Return Pre- 
mium Additions. 
No. Amount. 
$1,457,150 
370,850 
15,464 
2,000 



621 

407 

9 

1 



Total Numbere 

and Amounts. 

No. Amount. 

848 $2,065,150 

551,850 

19,464 

7,000 



558 

12 

2 



$34,500 1,038 1,420 $2,643,464 



$15,000 
1,000 

411,400 
8,750 
37,300 

461 $473,450 

577 $1,372,014 



413 

3 

40 



6 
10 

3 
457 

6 
77 

559 

861 



$17,000 

43,500 

7,000 

474,400 
18,250 
71,300 

$631,450 

$2,012,014 



.171 

BUSINPISS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force December 

31 of previous year ; 848 $2,065,150 00 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 572 578,314 00 

Total 1,420 $2,643,464 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 559 631,450 00 

Policies in force December 31 , 861 $2,012,014 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year None 

Losses and claims incurred during year 6 $17,000 00 

Total '. 6 $17,000 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 5 16,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 1 $1,000 00 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during- the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer.— Yes, since reorganization. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stock- 
holders for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— None. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lieu, on tlie policies? 

Answer, — Reserve, 



172 
LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Samuel M. Foster. Vice-Presidents, Simon J. Straus, B. Paul Messman. 

Secretary, Arthur F. Hall. Treasurer, Howell C. Roekhill. 

Incorporated June 2, 1905. Commenced business September 1, 1905. 

Home office, comer Wayne and Calhoun Sts., Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

.Amount of capital paid up in cash, $150,000.00. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $114,473 01 

Increase of capital during the year 39,700 00 

Extended at $154,173 01 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, 
without deduction for commissions or other 
expenses, less $680.72 for first year's reinsur- 
ance $48,220 43 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $48,220 43 

Total new premiums $48,220 43 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 
and 16), without deduction for commissions 
or other expenses $15,477 42 

Total renewal premiums 15,477 42 

Total premium income $63,697 85 

Interest on mortgage loans $2,479 07 

Interest on collateral loans 793 76 

Interest on deposits 62 15 

Total interest and rents 3,334 98 

Part premiums collected by agents with appli- 
cations $19 CO 

19 00 

Total income $67,051 83 

Amount carried forward , $221,224 84 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, $30,862.58; renewal 
premiums, $1,021.34; on annuities, special contracts (re- 
newal), $419.59 $32,303 51 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 5,211 13 

Medical examiners' fees, $2,382.50; inspection of risks, 

$542.00 2,924 50 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 6,693 12 

Rent 1,115 00 

Advertising, $941.27; printing and stationery, $1,867.42; post- 
age, $409.80 3,218 49 

Legal expenses 263 00 



173 



Furniture, fixtures and safes 

Insurance tai.es, licenses and department fees. 
Investment expense 



All other disbursements: 

Actuarial services 

Collections and exchange 

Agents' balances lost 

General expense: 

Agents' scholarships, $181.25; library, $53.2-5; 

subscription 

Water and lights, $110.70; express and dray- 
age, $96.21 

Surety bonds 

Telephone and telegraph, $282.57; office sun- 
dries, repairs, etc., $463.70 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



$360 00 

53 99 

1,913 87 



34118 



206 91 
67 00 



746 27 



2,193 03 
111 00 
406 20 



$54,438 98 



3,689 22 



$58,128 20 



$163,096 64 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens.. $123,560 00 
Premium notes on policies in force, of which $679.65 is for 

first year's premiums 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 

Cash in company's office, $356.29; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $1,268.42 

Bills receivable, $1,325.50; agents' balances, Dr. $4,844.09, 

Cr. $287.31, $4,556.78 



679 65 
31,350 OO 

1,624 71 



5,882 28 



Total ledger assets 



$163,096 64 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $379.50, and accrued, $2,068.11, on mortgages. 
Interest accrued on certificates of deposit 



Total interest and rents due and accrued 

Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 
in force December 31, 1906 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 
December 31, 1906 

Totals 

Deduct loading 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred 

premiums 

All other assets: 

Furniture 

Supplies, printed matter, etc 



!,447 61 
219 40 



New Business. Renewals 
$3,245 57 $1,819 69 

1,637 11 1.889 48 



$4,882 68 
3,662 01 



3,709 17 
741 83 



$1,220 67 '$2,967 34 



2,667 01 



4,188 01 

2,173 03 
690 39 



Gross assets 



$172,815 08 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 



Supplies, stationery, printed matter, 
tures and safes, $2,173.03 



3.39; furniture, flx- 



$2,863 42 



174 

Agents' debit balances $4,844 09 

Bills receivable 1,325 50 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 
item 26 in excess of the net value of their policies: 
Premium notes, $534.50; net premiums, $626.52 1,16102 

Total $10,194 03 



Total admitted assets $162,621 05 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed bj- the 
Auditor of State, on the American Exp. table of mor- 
tality, with ZV2 per cent, iuterest $19,710 00 



Total $19,710 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 238 51 



Net reserve $19,471 49 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied 204 96 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 310 50 

Part premiums collected by agents with applications 19 00 

Capital stock $150,000 00 

Surplus, to policyholders 7,384 90 



142,615 10 



Total liabilities $162,62105 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 

Including all business written. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31. 

Term and.Other 
Policies, includ- 

CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life Endowment ing Return Pre- Total Numbers 

Policies. Policies. mium Additions and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 297 $505,500 9 $21,500 1 $5,000 307 $532,000 

Lsued duiing year 735 1,539,750 67 100,250 17 47,500 819 1,687,500 

Increased during year 2,500 2,500 



Totals before transfers 1,032 $2,047,750 76 $121,750 18 $52,500 



Transfers, deduction; 2 $5,000 

Transfers, additions 2 $5,000 

Totals after transfers 1,030 $2,042,750 76 $121,750 20 $57,500 1.126 $2,222,000 

Deduct ceased: 

By expiry 9 $18,500 9 $18,500 

By lapse .65 96.000 1 $1,000 66 97,000 

By decrease 1 ,000 

Not taken 135 253,500 20 35,000 2 $7,000 157 295,500 



9 $18,500 
65 96.000 

135 253,500 


1 
20 


209 $369,000 


21 


586 $1,241,750 


47 


821 $1,673,750 


55 


11 $44,500 





Total terminated 209 $369,000 21 $36,000 2 $7,000 232 $412,000 



New business 1st year term 586 $1,241,750 47 $65,250 15 $40,500 648 $1,347,-^00 

Outstanding end of year 821 $1,673,750 55 $85,750 18 $50,500 894 $181,000 



Policies re-insured 11 $44,500 1 $5,000 12 $49,500 



175 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transiictioiis of the compauj' of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accuratelj- 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. 
■ Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mixed. 

What proportio]! of the profits of the company may be paid to the stock- 
holders for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — No provision. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business . 
of the company? 

Answer. — Salary of secretary based upon premium income. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums ou policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other fomi of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — No specified proportion— take short term negotiable notes for first 
year's premiums. 



176 



MAJESTIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Richard O. Hughes. 

Vice-Presidents, Michael M. Mahoney, J no. S. Mahohn. 
Secretary, Michael M. Mahoney. Treasurer, Minor A. Odenthal. 

Incorporated June 1, 1905. Commenced business June 1, 1905. 

Home Office, Third Floor Lombard Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $32,361 34 

Extended at $32,36134 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses $17,985 14 

Total first year's premiums on original pol- 
icies 17,985 14 

Total new premiums $17,985 14 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 

and 16), without deduction for commissions 

or other expenses $7,909 14 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 826 79 

Total renewal premiums 8,735 93 

Total premium income $26,72107 

Interest on mortgage loans $1,185 08 

Interest on collateral loans 133 90 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 1 45 

Interest on deposits 1 26 

Total interest and rents 1,321 69 

From other sources: 

Guaranty fund $6,000 00 

Profit and loss refunded by J. A. Parr, agent 5 55 

6,005 55 

Total income $34,048 31 



Amount carried forward $66,409 65 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
For death claims , $1,156 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $1,156 00 



17' 



Premium notes voided by lapse $158 57 

Dividends on special contracts applied to pay renewal pre- 
miums (see income No. 14) 826 79 

Paid for interest guaranty fund holders 2,00167 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, ?9,452.21; renewal 

premiums, $72.07 9,524 28 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 3,751 50 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 359 02 

Medical examiners' fees 793 50 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 6,998 00 

Rent 51400 

Advertising, $225.S5; printing and stationery, $524.39; post- 
age, $64.08 814 32 

Legal expenses 288 90 

Furniture,, fixtures and safes 166 05 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 102 00 



$27,454 60 



All other disbursements: 

Guaranty fund redeemed $4,100 00 

Janitor services, $36.10; telephone service, 

$40.50 76 60 

Light, $14.24; freight and express, $10.23; 

telegraph charges, $1.77 26 24 

Actuarial services, $20.00; collection and ex- 
change, 70c 20 70 

Membership fee and dues American Life 

Convention 20 00 

Profit and loss 3 00 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



4,246 54 



$31,701 14 



$34,708 51 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens $24,000 00 
Premium notes on policies in force, of which $599.95 is for 

first year's premiums 806 80 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 1,000 00 

Cash in company's office, $746.66; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $6,183.' 71 6,930 37 

Bills receivable, $100.00; agents' balances, $1,871.34 1,97134 



Total ledger assets, as per balance. 



$34,708 51 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 



$289 76 



New 
Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $5,948 68 $1,301 23 

12-In8.Dept. 



289 76 



178 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 $5,068 10 $2,606 30 

Totals $11,016 78 $3,907 53 

Deduct loading, 60 and 20 per cent 6,610 06 78150 

Net amount of uncollected deferred premiums $4,406 72 $3,126 03 $7,532 75 

All other assets: Furniture and fixtures 427 65 



Gross assets $42,958 67 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes r ^"^^ ^^ 

Agents' debit balances 1,87134 

Bills receivable 100 00 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 806 80 



Total 3,205 79 



Total admitted assets $39,752 88 



LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all outstanding policies in force on 
the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Actuary of State of Indiana, on the American Experi- 
ence Table of Mortality, with 3V^ per cent, interest.... $4,089 00 



Total $4,089 OO 



Net reserve $4,089 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 35,663 88 



Total liabilities $39,752 88 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION 

No. 

At end of previous year 836 

Issued during year 612 

Revived during year 41 

Totals before transfers 1,489 

Totab after transfers 1,489 

Deduct ceased : 

By death 2 

By lapse 337 

Not taken 265 

Total terminated 604 

Outstanding end of year 885 



Vhok Life 
Policies. 


Endowment 
Policies. 


Term and Otlier 
Policies, Including 

Return Premium Total Numbers 
Additions. and Amounts. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


$673,438 00 


137 


$15,750 


11 


$13,500 


984 


$702,688 00 


177,558 00 


461 


107,625 


331 


477.500 


1,404 


762,683 00 


51.000 00 


2 
600 


2.000 
$125,375 


17 
359 


27.000 


60 
2.448 


80.000 00 


$901,996 00 


$518,000 


$1,545,371 CO 


$901,996 00 


600 


$125,375 


359 


$518,000 


2,448 


$1,545,371 00 


$1,131 00 


1 


$25 






3 


$1,156 00 


147,691 50 


159 


20,375 


14 


14.500 


510 


182,566 50 


88,548 50 


152 


24,050 


44 


62,500 


461 


175,098 50 


$237,371 00 


312 


$44,450 


58 


$77,000 


974 


$358,821 00 


$664,625 00 


288 


$80,925 


298 


$436,000 


1.471 


$1,181,550 00 



179 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 190u. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 9S4 $702,688 00 

Policies on tlie lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year ....'. 1,464 842,683 00 

Total 2,448 $1,545,37100 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 974 358,82100 

Policies in force December 31 1,474 $1,186,550 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year None 

Losses and claims incurred during year 3 $1,156 00 

Total : -. 3 $1,156 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year in cash 3 1,156 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 None 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $26,721.07. 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes, excepting a few policies were issued afterward on applications 
pending from 1906. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there loadinij or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutal, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — None. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— Yes; agents' brokerage on first year's premiums on new business per- 
sonally written, placed and paid for by officers, directors or home office employes. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — None. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— Jdcst premiums are paid in cash. Occasionally a bankable note is 
taken. None other. 



180 



MERIDIAN LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY OF INDIANA. 

President, Arthur Jordan. Vice-President, Everett Wagner. 

Secretary, Thomas J. Owens. Treasurer, Orlando B. lies. 

Incorporated January 28, 1897. Commenced business December 18, 1898. 

Reincorporated March 10, 1900. 

Home office, Lerncke Building, Peun. and Market Sts., Indianapolis, Ind. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $765,336 86 



Extended at $765,336 86 



INCOME. 

First year's pretniums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses, less $521.18 for first year's reinsur- 
ance $91,557 84 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $91,557 84 

Total new premiums $91,557 84 

Renewal premiums without deduction for com- 
missions or other expenses $314,959 28 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums.. 15,316 12 

Surrender values applied to pay renewal pre- 
miums 43 71 

Total renewal premiums 330,319 11- 



Total premium income $421,876 95 

Interest on mortgage loans $4,560 99 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 25,804 58 

Rent from company's property ' 66 50 

Total interest and rents 30,432 07 

From other sources: 

Inspection of loans $30 00 

Preparing papers for loans, etc 53 50 83 50 



Total income $452,392 52 



Amount carried forward $1,217.729 38 



IPI 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



For death claims, $39,500.00; additions, $5,924.57. 



5,424 57 



Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $45,424 57 

Premium notes voided by lapse 1,580 60 

Surrender values paid in cash 152,148 70 

Surrender values applied to pay renewal premiums 43 71 

Dividends paid to policy holders in cash 1,253 72 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 15,316 12 

(Total paid policy holders, $215,767.42.) 
Commissions- and bonuses to agents (less commission on re- 
insurance), first year's premiums, $61,928.78; renewal 

premiums, $348.27 62,272 05 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 12,359 96 

Agency supervision, traveling and all other agency ex- 
penses 9,932 63 

Medical examiners' fees, $4,894.75; inspection of risks, 

$1,025.68 5,920 43 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home oflice employes 16,430 52 

Rent for company's occupancy of its own buildings 1,356 00 

Advertising, $852.32; printing and stationery, $2,275.28; post- 
age, $907.45 4,035 05 

Legal expenses 1,067 22 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 830 90 

Taxes on real estate and personal property 138 77 

Repairs and expenses (other than taxes) on real estate 19 33 

All other disbursements: 
Exchange and discount, $45.67; office supplies, 

$150.15 $195 82 

Telegraph and telephone, $140.63; light, $79.93.. 220 56 

Freight, dray and express, $115.81; abstract, 

$6.75 122 56 

Actuary services, $97.00; repairs, $21.90 118 90 

Membership fee and dues American Life Con- 
vention 45 25 

Recording, $15.30; miscellaneous, $106.35 12165 824 74 

Total disbursements 

Balance 



$330,955 02 

$886,774 36 



LEDGER ASSETS. 



Book value of real estate unincumbered $600 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 151,617 56 

Premium notes for single premiums taken under insurance 

laws of 1852 93,259 56 

Secured by terms of company loan agreement on this com- 
pany's policies assigned as collateral 612,387 23 

Premium notes on policies in force, of which $1,746.81 is for 

first year's premiums 1,746 81 

Cash in company's office, .$5,124.09; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $5,456.78 10,580 87 

Bills receivable, $853.02; agents' balances, $13,153.99 14,007 01 

Furniture and fixtures, $2,460.32; mileage rebate, $115.00 2,575 32 

Total ledger assets, as per balancp...,,,.,,.,,,, 



6,774 



182 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due, $210.81; and accrued, $3,132.15, on mortgages.. $3,342 96 
Interest accrued on premium notes, policy loans or Hens.. 14,456 51 



Total interest and rents due and accrued $17,799 47 

New. 
Business. Renewals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 ! $26,083 65 $12,594 77 

Gross and deferred premiums on policies in 

force December 31, 1906 57163 7,316 33 

Totals $26,655 28 $19,911 10 

Deduct loading 15,993 17 3.982 22 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $10,662 11 $15,928 88 26,590 99 

All other assets: Supplies, stationery, printed 

matter 1,024 90 

Gross assets $932,189 72 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, $1,024.90; furniture, 

fixtures and safes, $2,460.32 $3,485 22 

Agents' debit balances , 13,153 99 

Bills receivable 853 02 

Premium notes and loans on palicies and net premiums in 

excess of the net value of their policies 11,246 50 

Book value of ledger assets over market value,' viz. : Mile- 
age rebate 115 00 

Single premium notes, item 3 93,259 56 



Total 122,113 29 

Total admitted assets $810,076 43 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
State Insurance Department, on the Actuaries' and 
American Experience Table of Mortality, with ZVs and 
4 per cent, interest " $787,238 00 



Total $787,238 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 198 00 



Net reserve $787,040 00 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or ad- 
justed and not due $5,000 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted 

liy the company 2,500 00 



Total policy claims 7,500 00 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so 

applied ..:..;.,.■...: .^.. 1.539 85 

Unearned interest and rent paid in advance. . : 57 52 



183 



Commissions due to ageuts on piemiiuu notes wlien paid $453 13 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, acconuts, liounses. I'um- 

missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 724 94 

Dividends or other profits due policy holders, including those contin- 
gent on paj'ment of outstanding and deferred premiums 1,542 13 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 11,218 86 

Total liabilities $810,076 43 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The follOAving is a correct statement of the business of the year on policj' ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. 

At end of previous year. 

Issued during year 

Revived during year. . . . 



Whole Life 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

2,360 $5,479,445 

1,404 3,535,455 

55 102,750 



Endowment 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

41 $59,000 

11 15,500 

1 1,000 



Totalii after transfers. . . 3,819 $9,117,650 53 $75,500 



Deduct ceased: 

By death 

By surrender . . 

By lapse 

Not taken 



16 $39,500 

307 788,350 

205 460,950 

146 372,000 



Total terminated . 



674 $1,660,800 



(a) Outstanding end of year 3,145 $7,456,850 
New busines.. first year term 950 $2,416,205 
Policies re-insured 6 $25,000 



1,000 
2,000 



$72,500 
$15,500 



Term and Other 
Policies, Including 
Return Premium 

Additions. 
No. Amount. 
79 $681,093 00 
29 267,600 00 
12,935 00 



2 
110 



$5,924 00 

142,241 00 

28,300 00 

18,122 00 



26 
84 


$194,587 00 
$767,041 00 


29 


$54,500 00 







Total Numbers 
and Amounts. 



No. 

2,480 

1,444 

58 



Amount."^ 

$6,219,538 00 

3,818,555 00 

116,685 00 



$961,628 00 3,982 $10,154,778 00- 



$45,424 OC 

931,591 00 

491,250 00 

390,122 00 

703 $1,858,387 00 



16. 
310 
227 
150 



3,279 $8,296,391 00 



990 $2,486,205 00 



6 $25,000 00 



(a) Paid up rasurance included in the final tota of item 18 (including additions to policies), No. of policies 
1143, amount $609,941.00 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 2,480 $6,219,538 00 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state issued during the 

year 1,146 2,969,240 00 

Total 3,626 $9,188,778 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 763 1,935,887 00 

Policies in force December 31 2,863 $7,252 891 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 2 $2,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during year 16 50,924 57 

Total 18 $52,924 57 

Losses and claims settled during the year, in cash and revis- 

ionary additions, $45,424.27 16 45,424 57 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 2 7,500 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $405,165.91. 



184 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home ofhce at the close of business December 31 truthfully aud accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.- Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— 

Does any offleer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— Wm. P. Herron, a director, receives 10 per cent, first year commis- 
sion on Montgomery county business for assistance in that county, and John S. 
Postal, a director, is also an agent of the company in soliciting insurance and em- 
ploying agents. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— No stated proportion and never in excess of the reserve. 



185 



THE RELIABLE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



President, C. A. Woods. 
Secretary, A. L. Smith. 
Incorporated May 14, 1904. 



Vice-President, J. .T. Williams. 
Treasurer, Lew W. Cooper. 
Commenced business February 14, 1905. 



Home office, 721-724 State Life Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 
previous year 



$39,665 66 



Extended at 



$39,665 66 



INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses, less $217.60 for first year's reinsur- 



ance 


$41,781 89 


$41,781 89 
16,782 58 








Total first year's premiums on original 
policies 


$41,781 89 




Total new premiums 

Renewal premiums without deduction tor com- 
missions or other expenses, less $110.95 for 
reinsurance on renewals. 


$16,782 58 




Total renewal premiums 


$1,424 50 
65 53 




Total premium income 

Interest on mortgage loans 

Interest on other debts due the company 


$58,564 47 

1,490 03 
700 00 




Total interest 


$700 00 




Guaranty capital 




Total income 






$60,754 50 


Amount carried forward 


$100,420 16 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



For death claims 



$2,500 00 



Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $2,500 00 

Paid guaranty fund holders for Interest or dividends 2,136 56 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on re- 
insurance), first year's premiums, $26,589 29; renewal 
premiums, $1,842.47 28,431 76 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 2,719 55 

Agency supervision, traveling and all other agency ex- 
penses 2,127 16 

Medical examiners' fees, $2,301.00; inspection of risks, 

$8.00 ^ 2,309 00 



186 



Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 



trustees and home office employes 



Rent for company's occupancy of its own buildings 

Advertising, $237.85; printing and stationery, $905.81; post- 
age, $303.36 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 

All other disbursements: 

Actuarial services $45 00 

Auditing books 280 00 

Officers' bonds and American Life Convention 125 00 

Telephones and telegrams 172 41 

Collection charges and discount 116 47 

Sundry expenses 39 05 

Redemption guaranty capital 50 00 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



$10,618 24 
738 00 

1,446 52 

151 00 

22 00 



827 93 



,027 72 



,392 44 



LEDGER ASSETS 

Mortgage loans cm real estate, first liens $20,675 00 

Cash in company's office, $1,063.42; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $12,287.98 13,351 40 

Rills receivable, $4,945.49; agents' balances, $7,420.55 12,366 04 



Total ledger assets, as per balance. 



i,392 44 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest accrued on mortgages 

Total interest and rents due and accrued. 



Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 
in force December 31, 1906 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 
December 31, 1906 



Totals ... 
Deduct loading 



Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums 

All other assets: 

Printed stationery 

Furniture 



$236 51 



New 
Business. Renewals. 



$9,000 44 

$195 63 914 60 



Gross assets 



$195 63 
136 94 



$9,915 04 
1,983 01 



$58 69 $7,932 03 



236 51 



7,990 72 

135 00 
712 00 



$55,466 67 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, stationery, printed matter, $135.00; furniture, fix- 
tures and safes, $712.00 $847 00 

Agents' debit balances 7,420 55 

Bills receivable 4,945 49 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



13,212 04 



$42,253 63 



187 



LIABILITIES. 



Net present value of all the outstanding policies in foroe 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed on the 
American Experience Table of Mortality, with 3 per 



cent, interest 



Net reserve 



$25,250 00 



Total $25,250 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 194 00 



Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 

Amounts set apart or provisionally ascertained or calculated or held 
awaiting apportionment upon deferred dividend policies 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 



Total liabilities 



$25,056 00 
425 28 

277 87 

781 25 
15,713 23 

$42,253 63 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 



The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at the close of business December 31: 



CLASSIFICATION. 

No, 

At end of previous year 354 

Issued during year 619 

Increased during year - 



Whole Life 

Policies. 

Amount. 

S828,000 

1,483,500 

1,500 



Endowment 
Policies, 
No. Amount. 
1 $5,000 
10 16,500 



Term and Other 

Policies, Including 

Return Premium 

Additions. 



No. 
148 
26 



Amount. 

$235,000 

52,000 



Total Numbers 

and Amounts. 

No. Amount. 

$1,068,000 

1,552,000 

1,500 



503 
655 



Deduct ceased : 

By death 

By surrender. , 

By lapse 

By decrease. . . 



Total terminated 

Outstanding end of year. 
Policies re-insured 



1 $2,500 

2 5,000 
88 203,500 

1,500 

91 $212,500 
882 $2,100,500 



5,000 



$5,000 
$16,500 



50 



50 
124 



76,500 



$76,500 
$210,500 



1 

2 
139 

142 
,016 

7 



Totals after transfers 973 $2,-322,000 11 $21,500 174 $287,000 1,158 $2,621,500 



$2,500 

5,000 

285,000 

1,500 

$294,000 

$2,327,500 

$35,000 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 



i 



Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the state standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 



188 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— None. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring, 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— None. 



189 



RESERVE LOAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Pi-esident, Chalmers Brown, Vice-President, Wm. R. Zulick. 

Secretary- '-Treasurer, Wm. K. Bellis. 

Incorporated March 2, 1897. Commenced business, March, 1907. 

Reincorporated .Tune 29, 1901. 

Home office, 300 to 310 Saks Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $1,'460,441 37 

Extended at $1,460,44137 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses $353,622 41 

Total ttrst year's premiums on original 

policies $353,622 41 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up 

insurance 4,914 97 

Total new premiums $358,537 38 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 

and 16), without deduction for commissions 

or other expenses ..; $301,473 04 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums.. 21,229 83 

Total renewal premiums 322,702 87 

Total premium income $681,240 25 

Interest on mortgage loans $14,562 08 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 766 00 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 57,009 19 

Interest on deposits 775 00 

Interest on other debts due the company 140 05 

Total interest and rents 73,252 32 

From other sources: 

Investment expenses $125 10 

Survivorship dividends 540 00 

Error account 88 

Understatement of age 140 85 

806 83 

Total income $765,299 40 

Amount carried forward $2,215,740 77 



190 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $42,700 00 

Net amount paid for losses and matured 

endowments $42,700 00 

Premium notes voided by lapse 5,337 71 

Surrender values paid in cash 256,662 52 

Surrender value applied to purchase paid-up insurance 

(see income No. 9) 4,914 97 

Dividends paid to policyholders in cash 50 00 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums (see income 

No. 14), special contract dividends 21,229 83 

(Total paid policyholders, $330,895.03.) 
Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 

reinsurance), first year's premiums, $114,866.41; renewal 

premiums, $4,401.90 119,268 31 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 19,604 92 

Agency supervision, _ traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 12,664 98 

Medical examiners' fees and inspection of risks 8,462 GO 

Salaries and all other compensation of oflicers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 42,265 10 

Rent, including $5,147.63 for company's occupancy of its 

own buildings 5,147 63 

Advertising, $1,164.04; printing and stationery, $4,435.04; 

postage, $1,525.00 - 7,124 08 

Legal expenses 539 25 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 1,255 25 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 7,539 08 

Taxes on real estate, investment 374 85 

Miscellaneous expenses 1,715 88 

Total disbursements $556,856 36 

Balance $1,658,884 41 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, per Schedule B, first liens $410,390 00 
Loans made to policyholders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral 1,133,483 33 

Premium notes on policies in force 11,470 21 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest). Schedule D 29,908 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 37,500 00 

Cash in company's office, $3,904.52; deposited in banks (not 

on interest), $20,831.56 24,736 08 

Agents' balances 11,396 79 

Total ledger assets $1,658,884 41 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages $3,660 91 

Interest accrued on bonds 299 00 

Interest due on premium notes, policy loans or liens 5,710 63 

Interest accrued on other assets 477 57 



Total interest and rents due and accrued 10,138 11 



191 

New Business. Eenewals. 

Gross premiums due and unreported on poli- 
cies iu force December 31, 1906 $62,247 03 $15,328 96 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 13,681 69 

Totals $62,247 03 $29,010 65 

Deduct loading 37,348 22 5,802 13 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $24,898 81 $23,208 52 $48,107 33 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 4,000 00 

Gross assets .' $1,721,129 85 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fl.xtures and safes $4,0€0 00 

Agents' debit balances ($300.00 secured) 11,096 79 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums in 

item 26 in excess of the net value of their policies 23,458 05 

Book value of ledger assets over market value, viz.: 

United States bonds 9 00 

Total 38,563 84 

Total admitted assets, $1,682,566 01 



LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
Indiana Department, on the Actuaries and Combined 
Exp. tables of mortality, with 4 and 3% per cent, in- 
terest $1,535,763 00 

Total $1,535,763 00 

Net reserve $1,535,763 00 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no 

proofs received $4,500 00 

Total policy claims 4,500 00 

Premiums paid in advance 992 52 

Unearned interest and rent i)aid in advance 14,246 02 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 3,245 39 

Contingent profits due holders of policies of the survivorship dividend 

class 2,200 00 

Surplus reserves 121,619 08 

Total liabilities $1,682,566 01 



I 



192 

EXHIBITS OF POLICIES. 

Including all business written. 

The following is a correct statemeilt of the business of the year on policy 
account as it stood at close of business December 31. 

Tenn and Other 
Policies, Including 

CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life Endowment Return Premium Total Numbers 

Policies. Policies. Additions. and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 4,804 $3 1,677,461 36 $27,750 114 $225,700 4,954 $11,930,911 

Issued during year 1,876 4,991,543 12 17,000 5 7,912 1,893 5,016,455 

Revived during year 58 176.105 10 10,000 1 5,000 69 191,105 

Increased during year 8,945 8,945 

Total before transfers 6,738 $16,854,054 58 $54,750 

Transfers, deductions 95 $244,500 

Transfers, additions 21 45,000 

Balance of Transfers 74 $199,500 







120 


$238,612 


21 
95 


$45,000 
244,500 


74 


$199,500 



Totals after transfers 6,664 $16,654,554 58 $54,750 194 $438,112 6,916 $17,147,416 

Deduct ceased: 

By death 23 $42,700 23 $42,700 

Byexpiiy 13 $17,200 13 17,200 

By surrender 544 1,717,605 2 $500 1 2.500 547 1,720,605 

By lapse 223 395,710 2 2,000 8 20,000 233 417,710 

By decrease 24,670 24,670 

Not taken 107 274,910 3 7,000 3 11,000 113 292,910 

Total terminated 897 $2,455,595 7 $9,500 25 $50,700 929 $2,515,795 



(a) Outstanding end of year 5,767 $14,198,959 51 $45,250 169 $387,412 5,987 $14,631,621 



Policies re-insured 1,883 $5,014,868 

(a) Paid-up insurance included in the final total of item 18 (including additions to policies). No. of Policies, 
16; amount, 63,356 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force December 

31 of previous year 4,450 $10,003,01100 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state Issued during the 

year 942 1,721,575 00 

Total 5,392 $11,724,586 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 621 1,354,165 00 

Policies in force December 31 4,771 $10,370,42100 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year None 

Losses and claims incurred during year 22 $42,200 00 

Total 22 $42,200 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year in cash 21 39,700 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 1 $2,500 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any de- 
duction for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $366,303.12. 



193 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received 
at the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately 
entered on Its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the 
books at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State Standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any ;surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stock- 
holders for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— No stockholders. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business 
of the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— Not in excess of reserve, except short notes in extension of renewals. 



13-Ins. Dept. 



194 



STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Andrew M. Sweeney. Vice-President, Samuel Quinn. 

Secretary, Wilbur S. Wynn. Treasurer, A. M. Sweeney. 

Incorporated September 5, 1894. Commenced business September 24, 1894. 

Home Office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $3,844,643 48 

Extended at $3,844,643 48 

INCOME. . 

First year's premiums on original policies, with- 
out deduction for commissions or other ex- 
penses, less $4,946.42 for first year's reinsur- 
ance $716,027 63 

Surrender values applied to pay first year's 

premiums 9,230 67 

Total first year's premiums on original 

policies $725,258 30 

Dividends applied to purchase paid-up additions 

an annuities 15,861 83 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up 

insurance and annuities 21,282 38 

Total new premiums $762,402 51 

Renewal premiums (in addition to items 14, 15 

and 16), without deduction for commissions 

or other expenses $1,894,273 27 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums.. 85,694 16 
Renewal premiums for deferred annuities 130 00 

Total renewal premiums 1,980,097 43 

X Total premium income $2,742,499 94 

Consideration for supplementary contracts not 

involving life contingencies 992 50 

Interest on mortgage loans $95,696 84 

Interest on collateral loans 509 17 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 2,875 08 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or 

liens 59,806 83 

Interest on deposits 3,058 95 

Rent from company's property 99,902 48 

Total interest and rents 261,849 35 

Partial payments in bonded notes $285 92 

Total , 286 92 

Total Income i. $3,005,628 71 

Amount carried forward $6,850,272 19 



195 

DISBUESBMENTS. 
For deatli claims (less $25,000.00 reinsurance).. $458,959 08 

Net amount paid for losses affd matured 

endowments $458,959 08 

Premium notes voided by lapse 50,767 64 

Surrender values paid in cash 145,256 33 

Surrender values applied to pay new premiums (see In- 
come No. 6) 9,230 67 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-tip insurance 

and annuities (see income No. 9) ; 21,282 38 

Dividends • paid to policyholders in cash 5,146 26 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums (see income 

No. 14) 85,694 16 

Dividends applied to purchase paid-up additions, ex- 
changes and annuities (see income No. 8) 15,86183 

(Total paid policyholders, $792,198.35.) 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on 
reinsurance), first year's premiums, $527,253.31; renewal 
premiums, $186,646.72 713,900 02 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 32,486 94 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency ex- 
penses 17,723 87 

Medical examiners' fees, $25,913.14; inspection of risks, 

$6,836.96 32,752 10 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, 

trustees and home office employes 131,583 47 

Rent, including $11,607.70 for company's occupancy of its 

own buildings '. 20,855 91 

Advertising, $5,559.97; printing and stationery, $14,020.63; 

postage, $7,307.99 • 26,888 59 

Legal expenses 11,861 24 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 4,533 16 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 47,442 00 

Taxes on real estate 11,656 44 

Repairs and expenses (other than taxes) on real estate — 31,218 71 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets: U. S. Govern- 
ment bonds y..' 1,610 03 

All other disbursements 6,665 63 

Total disbursements $1,883,376 46 

Balance $4,966,895 73 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate, unincumbered $997,614 98 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 2,369,106 50 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collat- 
eral 5,000 00 

Loans made to policyholders on this company's policies 

assigned as collateral 1,098,983 83 

Premium notes on policies in force 64,649 24 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) 75,378 72 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 251,672 94 

Cash in company's office 8,139 96 

Agents' balances 96,349 56 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $4,966,895 73 



196 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued on mortgages $33,569 71 

Interest" accrued on bonds 400 00 

Interest accrued on collateral loans .'. 27 50 

Interest accrued on premium notes 6,464 92 

Rents accrued on company's property or lease 595 47 

Total interest and rents due and accrued 41,057 60 

Market value of real estate oyer book value 207,153 OS 

Market value (not including interest in item 13) of bonds and stocks 

over book value 271 28 

New 
Business. Renewals. 
^Gross premiums due and unreported on policies 

in force December 31, 1906 $244,175 72 $151,277 87 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1906 ...'. 2,840 85 41,700 93 

Totals $247,016 57 $192,978 80 

Deduct loading 157,483 44 38,595 76 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $89,533 13 $154,383 04 243,916 17 

Gross assets $5,459,293 86 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Agents' debit balances $96,349 56 

Premium notes and loans on policies and net premiums^ in 

excess of the net value of their policies 9,200 24 

Total 105,549 80 

Total admitted assets $5,353,744 06 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force 
on the 31st day of December, 1906, as computed by the 
company and Indiana Department, on the Actuaries and 
American Tables of Mortality, with 4 aud 3 per cent, 
interest , $4,506,621 00 

Same for annuities (including those in reduction of pre- 
miums) 894 00 

Total $4,507,515 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in 

other solvent companies 4,675 00 

Net reserve $4,502,840 00 

Present value of amounts not yet due on supplementary contracts not 

Involving life contingencies 11,918 87 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or ad- 
justed and not due $30,000 00 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no 

proofs received 26,000 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted 

by the company 39,500 00 

- Total policy claims 95,500 00 



197 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied — $8,659 13 

Unearned interest and rent paid in advance 21,978 67 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, medical and legal fees due or accrued 30,734 69 

Dividends or other profits due policy holders, including those contin- 
gent on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums... 2,486 70 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 679,625 87 

Total liabilities $5,353,744 06 



EXHIBITS OF POLICIES, INCLUDING ALL BUSINESS WRITTEN. 

The following is a correct statement of the business of the year on policy ac- 
count as it stood at close of business December 31: 

Term and Other 
Policies, Including 

CLASSIFICATION. Whole Life Endowment Return Premium Total Numbers 

Policies. Policies. Additions. and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. Amount, No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year. . . 21,536 $57,957,193 1,135 $2,246,646 4,759 $14,236,749 27,430 $74,440,588 

Issued during year 7,261 20,755,288 414 1,178.860 447 1,183.143 8,122 23,117,291 

Revived during year 156 519,606 17 70,000 42 141.520 215 731,126 

Increased during year 420 998,309 420 998,309 

Totals after transfers .. . 28,953 $79,232,087 1,566 $3,495,506 5,668 $16,559,721 36,187 $99,287,314 

Deduct ceased: 

By death Ill $378,213 9 $31,500 37 $137,212 157 [$546,925 

By expiry 231 647.000 231 647,000 

By surrender 617 1,755,513 35 72.500 101 446,128 753 2,274,141 

By lapse 3,989 8,485,684 200 401.240 665 1,352,327 4,854 10,239,251 

Not taken 1,207 3,637,789 195 625,420 78 268,928 1,480 4,532,137 

Total terminated 5,924 $14,257,199 439 $1,130,660 1,112 $2,851,595 7,475 $18,239,454 

Outstanding end of year... 23,029 $64,974,888 1,127 $2,364,846 4,556 $13,708,126 28,712 $81,047.860 

New business first year term $17,039,606 $595,440 

Policies re-insured 78 $574,000 78 $574,000 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1906. 



No. Amount. 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state in force Decem- 
ber 31 of previous year 5,724 $13,292,71100 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said state Issued during the 

year 1,099 3,049,508 00 

Total 6,823 $16,342,219 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 1,116 2,430,414 00 



Policies in force December 31 5,657 $13,911,805 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 4 $16,000 00 

Losses and claims Incurred during year 37 113,739 00 



Total 41 $129,739 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year, in cash, $106,039.10; 

by compromise, $4,699.90 34 110,739 00 



Losses and claims unpaid December 31 7 $19,000 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits vs^ithout any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $461,760.73. 



198 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Were all the transactions of the company of which notice had been received at 
the home office at the close of business December 31 truthfully and accurately en- 
tered on its books for and during the year ending on that date? 

Answer.'— -Yes. 

Does this statement show the condition of the company as shown by the books 
at the home office at the close of business December 31? 

Answer.'— 'Yes. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included iu liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— 'Yes. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums ou policies issued by the company may be taken 
ill notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — No part of first year premiums and not exceeding the reserve on re- 
nev/als eicepl as shown in item No. 38, "assets not admitted." 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



Assessment Life Associations 



OF THE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



On File in the Office of tlie Auditor of State, Showing the Con- 
dition of the same on December 31, 1906. 



(199) 



200 



GREAT WESTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Iiesident, H. Clay Hanua. Secretary, Robert H. Catlin. 

Iii'.'Oiporated April 3, 1906. Commenced business April 3, 1906. 

Home office. 503^4 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, Ind. 

INCOME DUllING YEAR. 

First year's annual dues as per contract $8,504 01 



Total paid by members $8,504 01 

From all other sources , 3,679 78 



Total income during the year $12,183 79 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues ' $4,677 20 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid 

by commissions 500 00 

Medical director 150 00 

Medical examiners' fees 900 00 

Rent, $120.00; furniture, $250.00; advertising, $200.00 570 00 

All other items 307 00 



Total disbursements 7,104 20 



Balance $5,079 59 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $79.59; deposited in banks, $5,000.00 $5,079 59 



Total net ledger assets $5,079 59 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or cei-tiflcates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 305 $396,000 00 305 $396,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 305 396,000 00 305 396,000 00 



201 



INDIANA LIFE ENDOWMENT COMPANY. 

President, Dr. Wm. H. Gilbert. Secretary, Wm. F. Little. 

Incorporated May 1, 1906. Commenced business May 1, 1906. 

Home office, 125 Main St., Evansville, Ind. 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $1,200 00 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $1,394; re- 
serve, $400 1,794 00 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 287 00 



Total paid by members 

From all other sources: Borrowed money, 



Total income during the year. 



3,281 00 
600 00 



$3,881 00 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues $1,733 85 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 39 55 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid 

by commissions, medical examinations 268 00 

Furniture 140 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 188 00 

Rent, $128.00; advertising and printing, $386.20 514 20 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses ' 77 00 

All other items 210 00 



Total disbursements 
Balance , 



3,170 60 



$710 40 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Reserve fund in hands of Henry C. Murphy, treasurer. 
Cash in office 



Total 



$400 00 
310 40 



$710 40 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Policies or certificates written or increased 
during the calendar year 

Total 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 
December 31 (end of year) 



Total Business. 


Business In Indiana 


No. Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


500 $50,000 00 


500 

500 


$50,000 00 


500 $50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


209 20,900 00 


209 


20,900 00 


291 $29,100 00 


291 


$29,100 00 



202 



PEOPLES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Andrew A. Laird. Secretary, Wm. A. Stanley. 

Incorporated August 25, 1906. Commenced business September 12, 1906. 

Home office, corner Clinton and Main Sts., Frankfort, Ind. 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 
First year's premiums or assessments 



6,117 63 



From all oth^r sources 

Total income during the year. 



2,000 00 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

/ agents on account of fees and dues 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid 

by commissions 

Salaries of officers 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 

Rent, $40.67; advertising and printing, $231.52 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses 

Medical examiners' fees 

All other items 



$57 53 

1,354 95 

665 80 
473 39 

72 00 
272 19 

55 40 
905 50 
155 00 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other col- 
lateral $2,085 71 

Agents' debit balances, $587.82; furniture, lixtures and sup- 
plies, $386.52 97434 

Cash in office 1,045 82 



Total 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 



Agents' debit balances, unsecured 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc 

Loans on personal security, policy liens.. 



$4,105 87 



$587 82 



386 52 

2, 085 71 



Total 



Total admitted assets 

Balance to protect contracts. 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



8,117 63 



4,011 76 



$4,105 87 



3,060 05 



$1,045 82 
$1,045 82 



Policies or certificates written or increased 
during the calendar year 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Policies in force end of year 



Total Business. 


Business in Indiana. 


No. Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


424 349,550 00 


424 


349,550 00 


24 $16,150 00 


24 


$16,150 00 


400 $333,400 00 


400 


$333,400 00 



203 



THE WESTERN RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, D. P. Campbell. Secretary, John M. Dragoo. 

Incorporated July 27, 1906. Commenced business July 27, 1906. 

Home office, 516 Wysor Block, Muncie, Ind. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

First year's assessments or premiums $19,956 80 

Mortuary 536 87 

Medical examiners' fees, paid by applicant 8 00 

Total paid by members $20,501 67 

Total income during the year $20,501 67 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants $25 00 

Commissious and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 10,355 23 

Medical examiners' fees 238 20 

Salaries of officers 500 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 155 67 

Rent, $122.85; legal expenses, $2.50; advertising and print- 
ing, $663.22 788 57 

Furniture 300 86 

All other items 230 40 

Total disbursements 12,593 93 



Balance $7,907 74 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Other assets, notes and accounts on premiums $3,202 47 

Cash in office, $29.70; deposited in banks, $4,904.67 4,934 37 

Total $8,136 84 



DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Agents' credit balances ^ 229 10 

Total net ledger assets 7,907 74 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Bills receivable, unsecured $3,202 47 

Total 3,202 47 



Total admitted assets $4,705 27 



204 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

All other $26 13 

Total actual liabilities $26 13 

Balance to protect contracts $4,679 14 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Volicies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 25S $771,000 00 258 $771,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 34 35,000 00 34 35,000 00 

Total policies in force end of year 224 $736,000 00 224 $736,000 00 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



AssESSiviENT Accident Associations 



OF THE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



On File in the Office of the Auditor of State, Showing the Con- 
dition of Same on December 31, 1906. 



(205) 



206 



AMERICAN MINERS ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Henry Kotlie. First Vice-President, Daniel A. Clienoweth. 

Commenced business March 17, 1906. 

Home office, Fourth Floor, over Columbia National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues as per contract $2,343 05 

Total paid by members - $2,343 05 

Interest 42 13 

From all other sources, donation by members 9,297 50 

Total income during the year $11,682 68 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $338 60 

Premiums returned 7 00 

Total paid to members $345 60 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 146 97 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid 

by commissions, including expenses 1,893 47 

Salaries of officers 1,250 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 166 65 

Rent, $577.50; advertising and printing, $502.05 1,079 55 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, $66.50; legal 

expenses, $212.50 '. 279 00 

All other items: Furniture and fixtures, $809.90; refunded 

donation, $103.00; amounts collected by agents, credited 

cash received and charged agents, $95.00 1,007 90 

Total disbursements, C j39 14 



Balance $5,513 54 



LEDGER ASSETS. " 

Cash in office, $3,500.58; deposited in banks, $2,012.96........ $5,513 84 

_ NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture and fixtures $l,2o3 45 

Premiums or assessments not due and unpaid on annual 
premiums on insurance in force, $4,031.50, less $403,15, 
cost of collecting same 3,628 35 

Total non-ledger assets $4,861 80 



Gross assets 1.. $10,375 34 



207 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $1,233 45 

Excess of unpaid assessments over charges for liability on 

same account 3,628 35 

Total $4,861 80 

Total admitted assets $5,513 54 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 979 $489,500 00 971 $485,500 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 317 158,500 00 318 156,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 662 $331,000 00 658 $329,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 23 341 06 23 341 06 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 23 341 06 23 '^ 341 06 



208 



CENTRAL MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, E. B. Busse. Secretary, A. E. Hammond. 

Incorporated December 10, 1903. Commenced business December 10, 1903. 

Home office, 425 Vine St., Evansville, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st of previous year. 



$8,886 38 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $2,788 55 

Annual dues as per contract, weekly and monthly 15,004 81 

Total paid by members $17,793 36 

Interest U 50 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 125 00 

From all other sources, voluntary donations 2,728 49 

Total income during the year 

Sum 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $385 65 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 3,396 67 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 12 30 

Total paid to members $3,794 62 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents ou account of fees and dues 1,694 40 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments... 5,861 62 

Salaries of oflicers 2,342 39 

Salaries and other compensation of oflice employes 2,904 53 

Rent, $718.37; advertising and printing, $525 1,243 57 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, $96; legal 

expenses. $33.25 129 25 

All other items, traveling expense, $217.16; expressage, 

$14.59;. postage, $154.03: drayage, $1.89; exchange, $2.06; 

medical examination, $254.75 644 48 

Sundry expense, light, heat and stationery 56199 

Total disbursements 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Tolicy liens $5,894 07 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,425 70 

Agents' debit balances 893 17 

Cash in office 2,162 69 

Total $10,3re 63 



20,658 35 



9,544 73 



19,176 85 



$10,367 88 



209 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Agents' credit balances $7 75 



Total net ledger assets $10,367 88 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured $893 17 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc 1,425 70 

Policy liens 5,894 07 



Total 8,212 94 

Total admitted assets $2,154 94 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, commis- 
sions, fees, etc., due and accrued $22 73 



Total actual liabilities 22 73 

Balance to protect contracts $2,132 21 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

* 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 3,196- $356,410 00 3,196 $356,410 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 5,600 283,407 00 5,600 283,407 00 



Total 8,796 $639,817 00 8,796 $639,817 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,446 207,983 00 2,446 207,983 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (eud of year) 6,350 $431,834 00 6,350 $431,834 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 3,782 32 730 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 730 730 3,782 32 



Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (end 

of year) $385 65 $3,782 32 



Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 11 11 $385 6.5 



14— Ins. Dept. 



210 



FORT WAYNE MERCANTILE ACCIDENT ASSOCI- 
ATION. 

President, R. D. Hudgel. Secretary, L. H. Bansom. 

Incorporated December 17, 1892. Commenced business December, 1892 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st of previous year $2,340 26 

INCOME DURING YEAR 1906. 

Gross amount of membersbip fees required or represented 

by applications $179 00 

Annual dues as per contract 953 00 

Temporary disability benefits 5,917 72 

Expense 3,369 78 

Total paid by members $10,419 50 

Interest 80 00 

Total income during the year 10,499 50 



Sum $12,839 76 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR 1906. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $5,363 94 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 6 10 

Total paid to members $5,370 04 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 368 85 

Salaries of officers, $1,500.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $597.00 2,097 00 

Salaries and other compeusation of office employes, $416; 

insurance on furniture, $7.00 423 00 

Rent, $333.00; advertising and printing, $274.54 607 54 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, $12.00; 

■ -legal expenses, $7.00; janitor, $29.00 48 00 

New safe and office furniture 34169 

Mileage, $30.00; freight and drayage, $4.95; phone rent, $36; 

electric light, $2.00 72 95 

Investigating claims, $31.90; postage, $338.73; doctor fees, 

$51.00; fitting up offices, $17.50 439 13 

Fuel and lights, old office, $12.34; signs, $47.00; moving 

offices and safes, $24.00 83 34 

Flowers for Director Riblet during his sickness and at his 

funeral 13 00 

Sundries, including telegrams, phone tolls, express 

charges, etc 7 28 

Total disbursements 9,871 82 



Balance $2,967 94 



211 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $46 73 

Deposited in banks 2,92121 

Total net ledger assets $2,967 94 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 

witiiiu sixty days on insurance in force $1,900 00 

Furniture, fixtures and stationery 756 85 

Mileage and postage 33 48 

Total non-ledger assets 2,690 33 

Gross assets $5,658 27 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT A^JMITTBD. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $790 33 

Assessment on call 1,900 00 

Total 2,690 33 

Total admitted assets $2,967 94 

Balance to protect contracts $2,967 94 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business 
No. Maximum Am't, 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of 

year) .' 1,023 $5,115,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 179 895,000 00 

Total 1,202 $6,010,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year. 153 765,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,049 $5,245,000 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) None 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 87 5,363 94 

Losses and claims paid during the year 87 5,363 94 



212 

HOME ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, Frank M. Jacksou. Secretary, Frank H. Goodman. 

Commenced business Marcli 1, 1898. Home Office, Soutli Bend, Indiana. 

BAI^ANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $7,768 51' 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $7,693 00 

Assessments 24,729 64 

Total paid by members $32,422 64 

Income during year $32,422 64 

Total 40,191 15 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $9,914 95 , 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 95 73 

Total paid to members $10,010 68 [ 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to I , 

agents on account of fees and dues $7,702 67 I 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 2,359 93 , 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission 2,706 58 

Salaries of officers 2,500 00 • ; 

Salai-ies and other compensation of office employes 2,805 50 

Rent, $627.25; advertising and printing. $973.94 1,60119 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 

salaries or commissions, $128.00; legal expenses, $280.75 408 75 
All other items: Postage, express, etc., $1,770.25; general 

expenses, $404.77; traveling expenses, $431.16 2,606 18 

Disbursements during year 32,701 4S 

Balance $7,489 67 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture and fixtures $973 48 

Agents' and collectors' ledger balances 1,880 56 

Cash in office, $1,283.27; cash deposited in banks, $3,352.36. 4,635 63 

Total net ledger assets $7,489 67 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid, $2,539.00; less 

cost of collecting same, $126.45 2,412 55 

Supplies, printed matter, stationery 500 00 

Total non-ledger assets 2,912 55 

Gross assets $10,402 22 



213 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Piiruiture, fixtures and safes; supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $1,473 4S 

Personal or agents and collectors' ledger balances, not se- 
cured 1,880 56 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value 1,954 55 

Total $5,308 59 

Total admitted assets $5,093 63 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $458 00 

Total actual liabilities 458 00 

Balance $4,635 63 

CONTmGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, due and unpaid $2,500 00 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 2,135 63 

Net amount due from members $4,635 63 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business Business in State of Indiana 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 2,310 $577,500 00 1,393 $348,250 00 

Policies or certificates written during tlie 

year 1906 3,677 718,650 00 2,848 597,600 00 

Total 5,987 $1,296,150 00 4,241 $945,850 00 

Deduct number 'and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 3,448 788,350 00 2,451 587,850 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 2,539 $507,800 00 1,790 $358,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 773 $9,914 95 546 $6,925 40 

Policies or certificates terminated by death. 36 458 00 26 338 00 

Pplicies or certificates terminated by lapse. 7 835 00 6 735 OQ 



214 
INDIANA BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Frank A. Kraft. Secretary, G. O. Erni. 

Commenced business May, 1889. Home Office, Masonic Bldg., New Albany, Indiana. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31 of previous year $6,118 96 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 
Assessments: Mortuary, $710.28; expense, $1,657.41 $2,367 69 

Total paid by members $2,367 69 

Interest, $135.00; rent, $72.00 207 00 

Income during year $2,574 69 



Total $8,693 65 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $564 93 

Total paid to members $564 93 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 191 12 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 17 35 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 872 00 

Salaries of officers 75 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 520 00 

Rent, $120.00; advertising and printing, $64.50 184 50 

Legal expenses 21 00 

Stamps and express charges 16 70 

Disbursements during year ^ $2,462 60 



Balance ; $6,231 05 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $2,700 00 

Agents' credit balances 15 34 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market- 
able collateral 500 00 

Furniture, fixtures, printed matter, etc 525 00 

Agents' ledger balances 44 35 

Cash in office 240 21 

Cash deposits in banks 2,206 15 

Total net ledger assets $6,231 05 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due $36 00 

Total non-ledger assets • $36 00 



Gross assets $6,267 05 



215 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $525 00 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 4435 

Total ?569 35 

Total admitted assets ?5,697 70 

LIABILITIES, 

Losses adjusted, not due, and losses in process of adjust- 
ment $66 90 

Total actual liabilities $66 90 

Balance $5,630 80 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments reported $5,059 96 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 570 84 

Net amount due from members $5,630 80 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of Indiana . 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 1,079 $2,302 89 

Policies or certificates written during the year. 234 609 00 

Total 1,313 $2,911 89 

Deduct number and amount which, have ceased to be in force 

during the year 54 152 20 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,359 $2,759 69 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates unpaid December 

31 (beginning of year) 1 $66 90 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates incurred during 

year , 51 564 93 

Total 52 $63183 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates paid during year 51 $564 93 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 1 66 90 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 8 439 33 



21S 



INDIANA CASUALTY COMPANY. 



President, James A. Barr. 
Commenced business July 27, 1905. 



Secretary, John W. McMahan. 

Home OflBce, Earl Park, Indiana. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st of previous year. 



$1,963 71 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,384 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, $330.03; expense, $1,650.18; tem- 
porary disability benefit, $1,320.14 3,300 35 

Total paid by members $5,684 35 

Interest and rent 1 00 

Cash received from all other sources 1,000 00 

Income during year $6,685 35 

Total $8,649 06 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid 4 $1,42129 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 3 34 

Total paid to members $1,424 63 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues $2,384 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 268 51 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission. 324 92 

Salaries and other compensation of officers 225 03 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 436 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 409 12 

All other items, $773.68; legal expenses, $21 794 68 

Disbursements during year $6,266 89 

Balance $2,382 17 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' ledger balances and bills receivable $45 51 

Cash in office, $210.59; cash deposited in Earl Parb State 

Bank, $2,149.54 2,360 13 

Total $2,405 64 

Deduct ledger liabilities: Agents' credit balances, $11.92; 

all other, $11.59 23 47 

Total net ledger assets $2,382 17 



217 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums on assessments due and unpaid on last call 
made within sixty days on insurance In force, $125.00; 
less cost collecting same, $12.50 



Total non-ledger assets 
Gross assets 



$112 50 



$112 50 



$2,494 67 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Cash advanced to or in hands of officers, agents and or- 
ganizers $45 51 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value 112 50 



Total 

Total admitted assets 



158 01 



$2,336 66 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $26.33; losses in process of ad- 
justment, $40.00 $66 33 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 83 14 



Total actual liabilities 

Balance to protect contracts 



149 47 



2,187 19 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due, $47.52; 

mortuary assessments, due and unpaid, $2,078.74 $2,126 26 

Deduct estimated cost of collection, general or expense... 60 93 



Net amount due from members 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



$2,187 19 



Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 287 $208,800 00 287 $208,800 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 596 200,600 00 596 200,600 00 



Total 883 $409,400 00 883 $409,400 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 499 190,800 00 499 190,800 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 384 $218,600 00 384 $218,600 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 2 $26 23 2 $26 23 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 146 1,395 06 146 1,395 06 



Total 148 $1,42129 148 $1,42129 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 143 1,42129 143 1,42129 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 5 66 33 5 66 33 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 2 215 00 2 215 00 



218 



INDIANA TRAVELERS' ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Chas. B. Howland. Secretary and Treasurer, Gary McPherson. 

Incorporated September 10, 1892. Commenced business July 10, 1892. 

Home Office, 725 State Life Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year. 



$17,218 95 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of memberslilp fees $1,257 00 ' 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 3,918 00 

Assessments: Mortuary and expense 15,624 00 

All other payments by members: Reinstatements, $144.00; 

miscellaneous, $12.00 156 00 

Total paid by members $20,955 00 

Interest and rent 327 50 - 

Income during year $21,282 50 

Total $38,501 45 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $9,460 26 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid to members on 

account of fees and dues 874 OO 

Collecting assessments, exchange, etc.../ 18 00 

Membership in I. F. of C. T. 80 00 

Salaries of officers 2,515 43 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes, trav- 
eling expenses 270 92 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise, surgeons' fees 254 40 

Rent, $360.00; taxes, $85.20; advertising and printing, $508.20 953 40 

Insurance department, $10.00; legal expenses, $95.00; post- 
age, $830. OC 935 00 

All other items: Office expenses, $149.28; furniture, $111.60; 
miscellaneous, $73.57; prem. on bonds, $300.00; accrued 
interest, $20.90 655 35 

Disbursements during year 16,016 76 

Balance $22,484 69 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $5,000 00 

Cash in office 58 00 

Cash deposits in banks 17,426 69 

Total net ledger assets $22,484 69 



219 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $150 00 



Total non-ledger assets $150 00 

Gross assets $22,634 69 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $150 00 



Total 150 00 



Total admitted assets $22,484 69 



Balance to protect contracts $22,484 69 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $22,484 69 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

• No. Amount. No, Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 2,008 $10,040,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during tlie 

year 495 2,475,000 00 



Total 2,503 $12,515,000 00 

Deduct number and amount wliieli have 

ceased to be in force during the year 405 2,025,000^ 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 2,098 $10,490,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year $9,460 26 



Total $9,460 26 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year $9,460 26 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



Fraternal Beneficiary Associations 



OF INDIANA 



On File in the Office of the Auditor of State, Showing the Condition 
of the Associations on December 31, 1906. 



(221) 



222 



THE CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT LEAGUE OF 
INDIANA. 

President, Tom J. McLaughlin. Secretary, Julian F. Pranke. 

Incorporated Marcli 17, 1900. Commenced business April 1, 1900. 

Home Office, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $6,303 91 

INCOME DURING. YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc $809 10 

Assessments, mortuary 6,682 87 

Total paid by members $7,491 97 

Interest 30139 

Cash received from all other sources: Benefit certificates 
issued to members, and furnishing supplies to subor- 
dinate councils 66 26 

Income during year 7,859 62 



Total $14,163 53 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $1,000 00 

Total paid to members $1,000 00 

Salaries of officers, $315.00; other compensation of officers, 

$61.20 376 20 

Advertising and printing ^ 156 26 

All other items: Postage, mileage and per diem, surety 

bonds for officers, etc 249 39 

Disbursements during year $1,781 85 



Balance $12,381 68 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposit in German American and First National 

Banks of Ft. Wayne, Indiana $12,38168 

Total net ledger assets $12,381 68 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Total non-ledger assets $12-, 381 68 



Total admitted assets $12,38168 



Balance $12,381 68 



223 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 564 $549,750 00 
Policies or certificates written during the year 47 19,250 00 



Total 611 $569,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have ceased to be in force 

during the year 67 31,750 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

rear 544 $537,250 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates incurred during 

year 1 $1,000 00 

Total 1 $1,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates paid during year 1 1,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 66 30,750 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 67 31,750 00 



224 



HOME DEFENDERS OF AMERICA. 

President, Joseph L. Buckley. Secretary, Frank H. Horner. 

Incorporated February 17, 1905. Commenced business February 17, 1905. 

Home Office, lOS^^ West Main St., Brazil, Indiana. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st of previous year. 



$374 90 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $19 50 

Assessments: Mortuary, $2,329.09; expense, $7,880.88 10,209 97 

Total paid by members $10,229 47 

Advances to agents repaid 40 00 

Cash received from supplies, et.c 369 47 

Income during year 10,638 94 

Total $11,013 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $2,835 02 

Total paid to members $2,835 02 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 2,518 23 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments... 59 53 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 1,476 04 • 

Salaries and other compensation of officers 62113 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 373 34 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 133 00 

Rent, $94.63; advertising and printing, $425.47 52110 

All other items 1,395 00 

Disbursements during year $9,932 44 

Balance $1,081 40 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $15 60 

Cash deposits in banks 1,065 80 

Total net ledger assets 1,081 40 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due $8 10 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $366.45; supplies, printed mat- 
ter, stationery, $248.50 614 95 

Other items 10 00 

Total non-ledger assets $633 05 

Gross assets $1,714 45 



225 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $368.45; supplies, printed mat- 
ter, stationery, $248.50 $614 95 

Total 614 95 

Total admitted assets $1,099 50 

LIABILITIES. 

Advance assessments ?36 00 

Total actual liabilities 36 00 

Balance ?1'063 50 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $1,039 67 

Total due from members $1,039 67 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 4 00 

Net amount due from members $1,035 67 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 448 $295,250 00 448 $295,250 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 1,367 932,500 00 1,367 932,500 00 

Total 1,815 $1,227,750 00 1,815 $1,227,750 00 

Deduct number aud amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 730 457,825 00 730 457,825 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 1,085 $769,925 00 1,085 $769,925 00 

liosses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred duriug year 1906 17 7,276 00 17 7,275 00 

Total 17 $7,276 00 17 $7,275 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 17 2,835 02 17 2,835 02 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 3 4,000 00 3 4,000 0) 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 727 453,825 00 727 453,825 00 



15— Ins. Dept. 



226 

INDEPENDENT ORDER FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 

High Chief Ranger, T. H. Hall. Secretary, Joseph P. Young. 

Incorporated October 24, 1893. Commenced business October 24, 1S93. 

Home Office, Crown Point, Indiana. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st of previous year $17,329 44 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 3,156 75 

Assessments, mortuary 21,420 05 



Total paid by members $24,576 80 

Cash received from all other sources 628 96 



Income during year 25,205 76 



Total $42,535 20 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR, 
and claims paid $12,000 00 



Total paid to members $12,000 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues, for organizers — 1,305 30 
Salaries of offices, $524.99; other compensation of officers, 

$809.20 1,334 19 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise, by high court 601 50 

Advertising and printing 401 74 

All other items 384 26 



Disbursements during year $4,026 99 16,026 99 



Balance $26,508 21 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposits in banks $26,508 21 



Total ledger assets $26,508 21 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year), 

1906 2,240 $2,240,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the year, 1906 575 



Total 2,815 

Deduct number and amount which have ceased to be in force 

during the year, 1906 370^ 



Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year), 1906 2,445 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 12 



. . 227 

IMPROVED ORDER KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

President, J. L. Bieler. Secretary, E. F. Knodel. 

Incorporated October 17, 1903. 

Home office, 712 Russell Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of preyious year $638 89 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Mortuary fund > $13,492 90 

Total paid by members $13,492 90 

Income during year $13,492 90 

Total $14,13179 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $11,250 00 

Disbursements during year $11,250 00 

Balance $2,881 79 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks $2,932 79 

Total net ledger assets $2,932 79 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year), 1906 2,946 $736,500 00 1,222 $250,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year, 1906 254 63,500 00 51 12,750 00 

Total 3,200 $800,000 00 1,273 $318,250 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 869 217,250 00 233 58,250 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 2,331 $582,750 00 1,040 $260,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates . 

incurred during year, 1906 869 217,250 00 233 58,250 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 45 11,250 00 12 3,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 45 12 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 869 217,250 00 223 58,250 00 



228 
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

President, L. B. Lockard. Secretary, Geo. D. Tait. 

Incorporated April, 1878. Commenced business September, 1877. 

Home oIHce, 429 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year.. $433,062 49 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc $22,623 48 

Assessments: Mortuary, $1,435,157.97; expense, $155,316.07.... 1,590,474 04 

Total paid by members $1,613,097 52 

Interest 15,294 85 

Fines, $186.00; insurance department fees refunded and 

other sources 410 30 

Cash received from all other sources: Rent, $904.00; sup- 
plies, $3,913.94 4,817 94 

Income during year $1,633,620 61 

Total $2,066,683 10 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $1,399,374 87 

Total paid to members $1,399,374 87 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 37,710 90 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 44,640 42 

Salaries of ofhcers 30,392 24 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 12,424 41 

Advertising and printing 1,777 35 

All other items 28,279 99 

Disbursements during year $1,554,600 18 

Balance $512,082 92 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrance $63,151 13 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 344,143 91 

Office and hall furniture 4,262 52 

Deposited as security for appeal bonds 5,000 00 

Cash deposits in banks 95,525 36 

Total net ledger assets $512,082 92 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $1,967.55; accrued, $2,807.90.... $4,775 45 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrance 12,073 87 

Supplies 2,505 13 

Other itemp : Per capita tax due 1,190 93 

Total non-ledger assets 20,545 38 

Gross assets $532,628 30 



229 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,262.52; supplies, $2,505.13... $6,767 65 
Per capita tax due 1,190 93 



Total 7,958 58 



Total admitted assets $524,669 72 



LIAP.II^ITIES. 

Losses due aad unpaid (31) $35,750 00 

Losses adjusted, not due (69), $77,84.1 64: losses in process 

of adjustment (liV). $116,333.31 194,174 95 

Losses resisted (7) 7,500 00 

Salaries, rents and office e.xpenses due and accrued 3,099 83 



Total actual liabilities 240,524 78 



Balance ." $284,144 94 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due, $120,000.00; mortuary 

assessments, due and unpaid, $650.00 120,650 00 



Total due from members $120,650 00 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) S3,0S8 $84,464,000 00 5,148 $4,383,500 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 20,027 14,277,500 00 1,917 1,061,250 00 



Total 103,115 $98,741,500 00 7,065 $5,444,750 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 13,330 10,763,500 00 1,533 1,062,750 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 89,785 $87,978,000 00 5,532 $4,382,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning- of year) . . 158 169,550 00 5 5,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during the year 1,308 1,471,416 48 50 52,166 66 



Total 1,466 $1,640,966 48 55 $57,666 66 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1,242 1,403,54153 44 44,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 1,310 1,503,000 00 46 45,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 12,120 9,260,500 00 1,487 1,017,250 00 



230 



SUPREME TRIBE OF BEN HUR. 

Supreme Chief, D. W. Gerard. Supreme Scribe, Jolin C. Snyder. 

Incorporated January 8, 1894. Commenced business January 16, 1894 

Reincorporated February 20, 1900. 

Home office. Main and Water Sts., Crawfordsville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $837,830 48 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,525 50 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 128,880 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, $817,605.90; expense, $82,269.00; 

emergency, $99,986.10 999,861 00 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 249 50 

Total paid by members $1,130,516 00 

Interest on mortgages and bonds 24,195 98 

Cash received from all other sources 5,13134 

Income during year 1,159,843 32 

Total $1,997,673 80 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $871,122 03 

Total paid to members $871,122 03 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 80,439 61 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 6,840 00 

Salaries of officers 17,000 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 22,916 00 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 7,400 00 

Advertising and printing 7,325 28 

All other items 54,868 06 

Disbursements during year $1,067,910 98 

Balance $929,762 82 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $10,497 45 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 49,200 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 669,650 37 

Cash deposits in banks 200,415 00 

Total net ledger assets $929,762 82 



231 



NON-LEDG-ER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued — $641 42 

Interest accrued on bonds 5,518 75 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances... 4,000 00 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 21,238 63 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,000.00; supplies, printed 

matter, $2,000.00 6,000 00 

Other items 5,045 00 



Total non-ledger assets 42,443 80 



Gross assets $972,206 62 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,000; supplies, printed mat- 
ter, $2,000 $6,000 00 



Total • 6,000 00 



Total admitted assets $966,206 62 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $60 00 

Losses reported, $91,267.67; losses resisted, $7,815.00 99,082 67 

Deputies' commissions 4,946 70 



Total actual liabilities 104,089 37 



Balance $862,117 25 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of .year), 1905 88,138 $108,572,775 00 21,599 $26,632,675 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year, 1906 14,963 17,717,800 00 2,269 2,510,550 00 



Total 103,101 $126,290,575 OO 23,868 $29,143,225 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year, 1906 9,971 12,522,262 50 1,554 1,797,075 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 93,130 $113,768,312 50 22,314 $27,346,150 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905.. 85 104,600 00 16 18,950 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during the year 1906.. 727 928,350 00 180 232,850 00 



Total 812 $1,032,950 00 196 $251,800 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year, 1906 729 871,122 03 175 213,632 17 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 795 928,350 00 207 232,850 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 9,176 11,589,800 00 1,347 1,562,725 00 

Disability 4,112 50 1,500 00 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 

Fraternal Beneficiary Associations 



OF OTHER STATES 

On File in the Ofifice of the Auditor of State, Showing the Condition 
of the Associations on December 31, 1906. 



(233) 



234 



ANCIENT ORDER. OF GLEANERS. 

President, Ara Collins. Secretary, G. H. Slocum. 

Incorporated September 25, 1894. Commenced business October 19, 1894. 

Home office, Caro, Mich., State St. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $133,789 77 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membersliip fees $2,317 25 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 22,683 75 

Assessments 240,146 09 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 3,729 00 

All other payments by members 24,828 09 

Total paid by members $293,704 18 

Interest, $3,677.92; rent, $175.00 3,852 92 

Cash received from all other sources 2,340 26 

Income during year 299,897 36 



Total $433,687 13 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $202,672 31 

Total paid to members $202,672 31 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 1,28130 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissiou. 21,776 77 

Salaries of oflcers 5,165 25 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,592 64 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 1,638 75 

Rent, $1,080.13; taxes, $42.60; advertising and printing, 

$2,969.95 4,092 68 

All other it-ems 21,192-30 

Disbursements during year 265,412 00 



Balance $168,275 13 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $94,843 61 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other mar- 
ketable collateral 5,750 00 

Cash deposits in banks 67,681 52 

Total net ledger assets $168,275 13 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $45.00; accrued, $2,394.34 $2,439 34 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 4,500 00 



Total non-ledger assets 6,939 34 



Gross assets $175,214 47 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Furniture, fixtures and safes $4,500 00 



Total 4,500 00 



Total admitted assets $170,714 47 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due $48,260 00 

Salaries, rents and oflBce expenses due and accrued 1,560 00 



Total actual liabilities 49,820 00 



Balance $120,894 47 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OB RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $32,25100 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year), 1905 40,064 $39,892 500 00 2,584 $2,207,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 6,429 5,505,500 00 765 652,750 00 



Total 52,493 $45,398,000 00 3,349 $2,859,750 00 

Deduct number and amount which hare 

ceased to be in force during the year 1906 3,173 2,769,000 00 190 156,750 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 49,320 $42,629,000 00 3,159 $2,703,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905.. 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year, 1906 

Total 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 



38 


30,645 00 


2 


1,000 00 


243 


208,125 00 


6 


4,940 00 


281 


$238,770 00 


8 


$5,940 00 


226 


188,237 31 


8 


5,940 00 


243 


208,125 00 


6 


4,940 00 


,929 


2,559,875 00 


184 


151,810 00 



23G 



BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN. 

rresidcnt, William Koch. Secretary, W. E. Davy. 

Incorporated December 27, 1S97. Commenced business February 27, 1897. 

Home office, 410-412 Eighth St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $483,203 93 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $18,737 05 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 104,965 60 

Assessments: Mortuary, $613,614.37; reserve, $79,772.43 693,386 80 

Total paid by members $817,089 45 

Interest, $21,588.39 ; rent, $338.00 21,926 39 

Cash received from all other sources 9,97184 

Income during year 848,987 68 

Total $1,332,191 61 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $471,571 04 

Total paid to members $471,571 04 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 98,107 46 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 42 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 457 00 

Salaries of officers, $13,411.53; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $2,505.89 15,917 42 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 15,864 93 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 371 87 

Rent, $2,848.53; taxes, $140.75; advertising and printing, 

$11,983.68 14,972 96 : 

All other items 46,422 25 

Disbursements during year 663,726 93 

Balance $668,464 68 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $16,470 47 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 500,917 00 

Agents' ledger balances 5,547 32 

Cash deposits in banks 145,529 89 

Total net ledger assets... 668,464 68 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Interest due, $333.17; acci-ued, $10,714.54 $11,047 71 



Total nou-ledger assets 11,407 71 



Gross assets $679,512 39 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured $5,547 32 



Total 5,547 32 



Total admitted assets $673,965 07 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $4,000.00; losses in process of ad- 
justment, $26,000.00 $30,000 00 

Losses resisted 14,000 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 1,639 16 

All other 3,475 00 



Total actual liabilities 49,114 16 



Balance $624,850 91 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, due and unpaid $65,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year), 1905 51,939 $78,936,500 00 727 $1,109,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 15,851 22,790,500 00 688 855,500 00 



Total 67,790 $101,727,000 00 1,415 $1,964,500 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 1906 5,842 8026,500 OO 251 303,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 61,948 $93,700,500 00 1,164 $1,661,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905. . 28 49,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during the year 1906 308 447,900 00 4 5,000 00 



Total 337 $497,900 00 4 $5,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 303 449,900 00 4 5,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 300 439,000 00 4 5,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 5,542 7,587,500 00 247 298,000 00 



238 



THE SUPREME COUNCIL CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT 

LEGION. 

President, Richard B. Tippett. Secretary. John D. Carroll. 

Incorporated September 5, 1881. Commenced business October 12, 1881. 

Home office, 367-373 Fulton St., Brooklyn, New York. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $11,545 62 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $585 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 12,597 82 

Assessments, mortuary 885,385 11 

All other payments by members 8,877 22 

Total paid by members $907,445 15 

Interest 2,145 25 

Cash received from all other sources 2,895 09 

Income during year 912,485 49 

Total $924,03111 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $736,715 69 

Total paid to members $736,715 69 

Salaries of officers, $6,500.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $433.45 , 6,933 45 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,048 50 

Rent, $918.00; advertising and printing, $1,730.11 2,648 11 

All other items 11,076 99 

Disbursements during year 764,422 74 

Balance $159,608 37 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks $159,608 37 

Total net ledger assets $159,608 37 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Other items $469,375 07 

Total non-ledger assets 469,375 07 

Gross assets $628,983 44 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Optional and terminal resources $443,145 60 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



443,145 60 
$185,837 84 



Losses adjusted, not due. 
Losses reported 



Total actual liabilities. 
Balance ■. 



LIABILITIES. 



$5,750 00 
47,000 00 



52,750 00 



$133,087 84 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year), 1905 19,971 $28,042,250 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year, 1906 604 353,250 00 



Total 20,575 $28,400,250 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 1906 1,109 2,002,750 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 19,466 $26,397,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905. . 37 63,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

in( lured during the year 1906 480 741,000 00 



Total 517 $804,000 00 

Losses aui" claims on policies or certificates 

pai.i during the year 1906 470 714,311 05 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 480 741,000 00 

rolicics or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 629 658,250 00 

Bednce the amount of insurance 603,500 00 



Business in State of 

Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

371 $497,250 00 
6 4,250 00 



377 $501,500 !0O 
19 26,000 00 



358 $475,500 00 



5,500 00 



$5,500 GO 
5,439 86 
5,439 86 

20,500 00 



240 



SUPREME COUNCIL CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF 
AMERICA. 

President, D"- F. Gaudin. Secretary, Anthony Matre. 

Ii'.cori/oratfcl April, 1880. Commenced business May, 1879. 

Home office, 703-705 Mermod Jaccard Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of not ledger assets December 31 of previous year $731,995 82 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membersliip fees (back fees) $9 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 17,350 26 

Assessments, mortuary 726,342 69 

Medical exa miners' fees paid by applicant 813 50 

Total paid by members $743,515 45 

Interest, $28,014.05; rent, $882.70 28,896 75 

Cash received from all other sources 6,640 22 

Income during year 779,052 42 

Total $1,511,048 24 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $637,295 53 

Total paid to membere $637,295 53 

Salary of chief manager 1,500 00 

Salaries of officers, $8,599.92; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $1,371.85 9,97177 

Medical examiners' fees, vrhether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 7,202 50 

Rent, $1,660.00; taxes, $233.25; advertising and printing, 

$2,353.97 4,247 22 

All other items 20,649 41 

Disbursements during year 680,866 43 

Balance $830,181 81 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incum- 
brances $20,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 636,389 47 

Cash deposits in banks 173,792 34 

Total net ledger assets $830,181 81 



241 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $2,879 38 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 1,040 53 

.Other items 23,087 81 

Total non-ledger assets 27,007 72 

Gross assets : $857,189 53 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $27,518 96 

Losses reported , 8,829 96 

Advance assessments 49 28 

Total actual liabilities 36,398 20 

Balance $820,791 33 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 17,355 $23,753,165 07 1,615 ^2,026,230 39 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 2,909 2,425,150 00 438 329,250 00 

Total 20,264 $26,178,315 07 2,053 $2,355,480 39 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 1,021 1,491,828 02 136 128,750 78 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 19,243 $24,686,487 05 1,917 $2,226,729 61 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 25 25,449 79 1 1,914 98 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 414 650,414 70 32 47,254 66 

Total 439 $675,864 49 33 $49,169 64 

Losses and cla'm'^ on policies or certificates 

paid during year 411 637,295 53 33 49,169 64 

Policies or certificates terminated by death. 414 650,414 70 32 47,254 66 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 607 841,413 32 104 81,496 12 



16 — Ins. Dept. 



242 



CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

High Chief Ranger, Thomas W. Cannon. High Sec, Thomas F. McDonald. 

Incorporated May 24, 1883. Commenced business May 24, 1883. 

Home office, 108 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $1,158,540 99 

INCOME DURIiNG YEAR. 
Assessments: Mortuary, $1,310,114.83; expense, $90,501.75..'.. $1,400,616 58 

Total paid by members $1,400,616 58 

Interest 42,808 32 

Cash received from all other sources .• 25,220 17 

Income during year $1,468,645 07 

Total $2,627,186 06 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $1,104,133 33 

Total paid to members $1,104,133 33 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 7,23112 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments — 12,189 05 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 15,843 68 

Salaries of officers, $8,000.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $8,305.79 16,305 79 

Salaries and other compensation of office emplo.ves 16,670 00 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid, direct by members 

or otherwise 684 75 

Rent, $3,456.54; advertising and printing, $4,026.37 7,482 91 

All other items 26,237 27 

Disbursements during year • 1,206,777 90 

Balance $1,420,408 16 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Fixtures and supplies $5,760 00 

Accraed interest on bonds at time of purchase 849 44 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other mar- 
ketable collateral 5,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 1,239,462 50 

Agents' ledger balances 32,056 74 

Cash deposits in banks 137,840 08 

Total $1,420,968 76 

Deduct ledger liabilities, due sub contracts, $525.00; unap- 
plied cash, $35.60 560 60 

Total net ledger assets $1,420,408 16 



243 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Interest due, $11,056.64; accrued, $4,713.88 $15,770 52 

Total non-ledger assets 15,770 52 

Gross assets $1,436,178 68 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $5,760 00 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 32,056 74 

Total 1 37,816 74 

Total admitted assets $1,398,361 94 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid, balances $2,475 00 

Losses adjusted, not due 108,500 00 

Losses resisted 18,000 00 

Total actual liabilities 128,975 00 

Balance $1,269,386 94 



EXHIBIT OF CEKTIFICATBS OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 ....118,061 $123,860,500 00 1,802 $1,879,000 00 

Increase 43,000 00 .... 2,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 10,883 10,568,500 00 75 76,000 00 

Total 128,944 $134,472,000 00 1,877 $1,957,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during year 1906.... 6,253 6,437,500 00 41 43,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 122,691 $128,034,450 00 1,836 $1,913,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905.. 121 137,883 33 1 1,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 1,022 1,099,500 00 11 12,500 00 

Total 1,143 $1,237,383 33 12 $13,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 1,024 1,104,133 33 10 11,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 1,022 1,099,500 00 11 12,500 00 

Decreased ; 9,000 00 ... 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 5,2.31 5,329,000 00 30 31,000 00 



244 



COUET OF IIONOK. 

Supreme Clianeellor, A. L.. Herefoi-cl. Supreme Recorder, W. E. Robinson. 

Incorporated July 16, 1S95. Commenced business July 23, 1895. 

Home Office, Court of Honor Bldg., Second aud Adams Sts., Springfield, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $418,145 41 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc $86,706 52 

Assesments: Mortuary, $915,135.95; sick and accident, 

$416.50 915,552 45 

Medical examiners" fees paid by applicant 1,250 OO 

Total paid by members $1,003,508 97 

Interest 465 19 

Cash received from all other sources 37,978 71 

Income during year $1,041,952 87 

Tota 1 * • $1,460,098 28 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $534,036 93 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 2,115 85 

Total paid to members $536,152 78 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 67,644 47 

Salaries of officers, $8,500.00; other compensation of of- 
ficers. $8,779.56 17,279 56 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 13,474 91 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 2,309 33 

Taxes, $296.60; advertising and printing, $3,934 98 4,23158 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 
salaries or commissions, sundry expenses as per item- 
ized statement 37,050 59 

All other items 35,93105 

Disbursements during year $714,074 27 

Balance $746,024 01 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $39,769 69 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 661,312 70 

Cash deposits in Ijanks 44,94162 

Total net ledger assets $746,024 01 



245 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $4,651.25; accrued, $7,092.00 $11,743 25 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 23,525 79 



Total uon-ledger assets $35,269 04 



Gross assets $781,293 05 



Total admitted assets $781,293 05 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $1,100 00 

Losses reported, $38,000.00; losses resisted. $22,000.00 60,000 00 

Borrowed money, $40,000.00; interest accrued on same, $45.00 40,045 00 



Total actual liabilities $101,145 00 



Balance $680,148 05 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments called and not yet due $83,076 96 



Net amount due from members $83,076 96 



EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
I'olicies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 56,522 $75,12-1,625 00 5,183 $6,277,250 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 10.147 8,740,500 00 1,191 877,750 00 



Total 66,669 $83,865,125 00 6,374 $7,155,000 CO 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 9,506 9,479,875 00 1,145 979,375 00 



'j'ot^l policies or certiScates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 57,163 $74,385,250 00 5,229- $6,175,625 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 36 $45,594 00 3 $4,200 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 431 560,786 10 38 44,225 00 



Total 467 $606,380 10 41 $48,425 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 420 545,280 10 33 39,525 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 415 557,175 00 36 44,225 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 9,091 89,250,075 00 1,109 935,150 00 



246 
FRATERNAL AID ASSOCIATION. 

President, H. E. Don Carlos. Secretary, P. J. Edmonds. 

Incorporated February 20, 1S94. Commenced business October 14, 1890. 

Home Office, S. E. Cor. Sixth and Henry Sts., Lawrence, Kansas. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $201,157 32 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,365 61 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 64,112 30 

Assessments, mortuary 392,630 13 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 5,968 50 

Total paid by members $465,076 54 

Interest, $1,100.00; rent, $1,000.00 2,100 00 

Sale of supplies 1,13109 

Cash received from all other sources 1,73107 

Income during year $470,038 70 

Total $671,196 02 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $315,669 35 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 14 80 

Total paid to members $315,684 15 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

ageuts ou account of fees and dues 14,91163 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission 19,564 83 

Salaries of officers, $5,350.00; other compensation of of- 
ficers, $3,100.78 8,450 78 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,338 98 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 5,968 50 

Rent, $1,257.00; advertising and printing, $2,362.49 3,619 49 

All other items 10,463 98 

Disbursements during year $385,002 34 



Balance $286,193 68 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $56,729 71 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 49,80110 

Cash in office 2,686 66 

Cash deposits in banks 176,976 21 

Total net ledger assets $286,193 68 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $66 67 

Rents due 526 30 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances.. 8,270 29 



247 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,000.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $1,000.00 5,000 00 

Cash on hand Fraternal Aid Building Fund 1,347 74 



Total non-ledger assets $15,211 00 



Gross assets $301,404 68 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,000.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $1,000.00 $5,000 00 



Total $5,000 00 



Total admitted assets $296,404 68 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid, one $200 00 

Losses adjusted, not due, none; losses in process of adjust- 
ment, 10 .■ 15,500 00 



Total actual liabilities $15,700 00 



Balance $280,704 68 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $39,06190 

Mortuary assessments, not yet called for losses unadjusted 38,061 90 



Total due from members $77,123 80 

Net amount due from members $77,123 80 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

* Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
I'olicies or certificates in force December 31 

, (beginning of year), 1905 28,485 $37,868,000 00 408 $425,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 3,979 4,245,000 00 46 46,000 00 



Total 32,464 $42,113,000 00 454 $471,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 3,587 3,762,500 00 79 73,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 28,877 $38,350,500 00 375 $397,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 5 8,550 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during the year 1906 225 326,500 00 2 2,000 00 



Total 230 $335,050 00 2 $2,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 220 318,850 00 2 2,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 10 16,200 00 2 . 2,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 3,362 $3,436,000 00 77 71,500 00 



248 

SUPREME COURT OF THE INDEPENDENT ORDER 
OF FORESTERS. 

President, Oronhyatekha, M. D. Secretary, R. MatMson. 

Incorporated July 20, 1881; May 2, 1889. Commenced business July 1, 1881. 

Home Office, Cor. May and Richmond Sts., Toronto, Ontario. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $9,266,630 21 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $5,934 91 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 278,678 56 

Assessments: Mortuary, $3,137,055.63; expeuse, $280,925.72.. 3,417,98135 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 2,807 26 

All other payments by members 1,581 29 

Total paid by members $3,706,983 37 

Interest, $386,179.05; rent, $8,352.61 394,53166 

Advances to agents repaid, supplies '. 27,899 72 

Cash received from all other sources, 3,001 78 

Income during year 4,132,416 53 

Total $13,399,046 74 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $2,112,350 84 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants, sick 

claims, funeral claims, old age benefit, etc 304,46170 

Total paid to members' $2,416,812 54 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues...: 160,053 55 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 119,320 84 

Salaries of officers, $36,269.81; other compensation of of- • 

fleers, $4,029.91 40,299 72 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 79,147 90 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 426 87 

Rent, $9,796.84; taxes, $3,448.65; advertising and printing, 

$9,843.64 23,089 13 . 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 

salaries or commissions 33,837 92 

All other items 56,722 91 

Disbursements during year $2,929,711 38 

Balance $10,469,335 36 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $838,654 39 

Real estate in foreclosure 38,23142 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate.-. ...... ...... 2,014,333 22 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or othet market- 
able collateral 3,087,383 04 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolhtely ;...... .. 3,587,880 42 



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Agents' ledger balances, special deposits 11,250 00 

Cash in office, letters of credit 9,852 83 

Cash deposits in banks 881,750 04 

Total net ledger assets $10,469,335 36 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $14,414.93; accrued, $42,469.95 $56,884 88 

Rents due, $1,233.12; accrued, $379.13 1,612 25 

Assessments actually collected and not yet turned oyer 

to Supreme body 5,110 06 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 51,020 27 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 28,803 29 

Other items 2,851 83 

Total non-ledger assets $146,282 58 

Gross assets $10,615,617 94 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Furniture, fixtures and safes •. $28,803 29 

Total $28,803 29 

Total admitted assets $10,586,814 65 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $4,000 00 

Losses adjusted, not due, and losses in process of adjust- 
ment 171,155 85 

Losses reported and losses resisted 27,686 83 

All other 514,869^)7 

Total actual liabilities $717,712 65 

Balance $9,869,102 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 233,293 $248,801,000 00 3,826 $4,139,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 35,493 29,000,250 00 1,258 925,000 00 

Total ..268,786 $277,801,250 00 5,084 $5,064,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 22,050 19,106,250 00 626 517,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 246,736 $258,695,000 00 4,458 $4,546,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 396 196,738 09 4 3,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 12,747 2,516,309 01 40 40,137 16 

Total 13,143 $2,713,047 10 44 $43,637 16 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid, or compromised during year 12,687 2,514,204 42 43 $41,206 65 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 1,853 2,161,702 71 30 37,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 20,197 16,944,547 29 596 480,000 00 



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SUPREME CONCLAVE IMPROVED ORDER 
HEPTASOPHS. 

President, M. G. Cohen. Secretary, Samuel H. Tattersall. 

Incorporated September 4, 1878. Commenced business August 28, 1878. 

Home Office, Catliedral and Preston Sts., Baltimore, Maryland. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $687,433 26 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $10,946 50 

Assessments: Mortuary, $1,283,384.97; expense, $96,598.83... 1,379,983 80 
Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 15,354 00 

Total paid by members $1,406,284 30 

Interest 24,927 90 

Cash received from all other sources 1,716 48 

Income during year , $1,432,928 68 

Total $2,120,36194 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $1,219,006 32 

Total paid to members $1,219,006 32 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 19,137 77 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission 16,435 33 

Salaries of officers, $19,500.00; other compensation of of- 
ficers, $10,355.59 29,855 59 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,14100 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise ., 15,354 00 

Rent, $1,510.00; taxes, $4.36; advertising and printing, 

$3,800.83 5,315 19 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 

salaries or commissions 15,246 01 

All other items 10,487 09 

Disbursements $1,338,978 30 

Balance $781,383 64 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $644,477 12 

Cash deposits in banks 136,906 52 

Total net. ledger assets $781,383 64 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Interest due, $4,729.40; accrued, $3,133.50 $7,862 90 



Total non-ledger assets 7,862 90 



Gross assets '. $789,246 54 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value $9,118 12 



Total - 9,118 12 



Total admitted assets $780,128 42 

LIABILITIES. 
Losses reported, $222,375.00; losses resisted, $4,000.00 $226,375 00 



Total actual liabilities $226,375 00 



Balance $553,753 42 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $117,272 55 



Net amount due from members $117,272 55 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 65,996 $95,630,500 00 61 $79*000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 10,163 10,123,500 00 1 2,000 00 



Total 76,159 $105,754,000 00 62 $81,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 5,255 5,730,000 00 1 1,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 70,904 $100,024,000 00 61 $80,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 101 $161,225 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 848 1,305,270 51 



Total 949 $1,466,495 51 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 812 1,219,006 32 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 812 1,283,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 4,443 4,447,000 00 1 1,000 00 



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SUrREME LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, 
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

President, Chas. T. S. Neal. Secretary, Robert B. Spaulding. 

Re-incorporated June 29, 1S94. Commenced business October 1, 1877. 

Home OflSce, 315 Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amouut of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $1,417,62110 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $16,361 50 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 335,903 22 

-Assessments, mortuary 1,903,451 53 

Certiticate and transfer card fees 800 21 

Total paid by members $2,256,516 46 

Interest, $59,269.49; rent, $875.00 60,144 49 

Cash received from all other sources 26,183 03 

Income during year $2,342,843 98 

Total $3,760,465 08 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $1,593,269 80 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 1,510 63 

Total paid to membere $1,594,780 43 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues $153,380 55 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 106,535 46 

Salaries of officers 8,400 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 29,470 08 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 32,896 67 

Rent, $4,172.50; taxes, $754.50; advertising and printing, 

$12,943.35 17,870 35 

All other items 50,207 32 

Disbursements during year $1,993,540 86 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $34,300 00 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 317,40189 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral 5,463 74 

Cost value of stocks and bonds owned absolutely 1,277,497 06 

Agents' ledger balances 179 06 

Cash in office 800 00 

Cash deposits in banks ' 131,282 47 

Total net ledger assets $1,766,924 22 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $143.42; accrued, $11,142.46 $11,285 88 

Due from organizers or agents 883 24 



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Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery 9,151 36 

Otlier items '. 9,082 34 



Total non-ledger assets 30,402 82 



Gross assets $1,797,327 04 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $9,151 86 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 508 24 

Due from A. K. Meyer, account Matthewson death claim 375 00 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value 5,655 87 



Total 15,690 47 



Total admitted assets '. $1,781,636 57 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported (90), $156,000.00; losses resisted (10), $15,500.00 $171,500 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 32,762 54 

Advance assessments 3,673 85 



Total actual liabilities 207,936 39 



Balance $1,573,700 18 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments due and unpaid $7,401 24 

Expense assessments 1,306 10 



Total due from members ; $8,707 34 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 435 37 



Net amount due from members $8,271 97 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

^ "'■ F' Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 74,857 $117,205,500 00 3,869 $4,372,500 00 

Policies or certificates vi^ritten during the 

year 18,799 19,740,000 00 702 698,500 00 



Total 90,656 $136,945,500 00 4,571 $5,070,500 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year. . . . 8,837 11,500,500 00 533 523,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year)...' 81,819 $125,445,00O 00 4,038 $4,547,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid, December 31 (beginning of year) 72 $124,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 902 1,680,000 00 38 46,500 00 



Total 974 $1,804,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 874 1,632,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 902 1,680,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 7,935 9,820,500 00 



38 


$46,500 00 


38 


46,500 00 


38 


46,500 00 


495 


477,000 00 



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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE KNIGHTS AND 
LADIES OF SECURITY. 

President, W. B. Kirkpatrtck. Secretary, J. M. Wallace. 

Incorporated, February 22, 1892. Commenced business February 22, 1892. 

Home Office, 701 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kansas. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $728,06174 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of certificate fees $393 95 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 179,411 19 

Assessments, mortuary 648,469 15 

All other payments by members, reserve fund 99,260 57 

Total paid by members $927,534 86 

Interest, $29,624.21; rent, $12,093.32 41,717 53 

Cash received from all other sources 1,545 32 

Income during year $970,797 71 

Total $1,698,859 45 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $620,218 83 

Total paid to members $620,218 83 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 97,065 95 

Salaries and other compensation of officers 13,200 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 11,814 00 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 6,000 00 

Rent, $900.00; taxes, $7,448.10; advertising and printing, 

$8,539.73 16,887 83 

All other items 37,632 75 

Disbursements during year $802,819 36 

Balance $896,040 09 

LEDGER ASSETS. • 

Cost value of real estate In cash, exclusive of incumbrances $153,975 19 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 230,104 82 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 304,19193 

Cash deposits in banks 207,768 15 

Total net ledger assets $896,040 09 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $1,940.29; accrued, $8,570.86 $10,51115 

Rents due 720 50 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances.. 26,024 81 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 152 OO 



Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 

Total admitted assets 



37,408 46 



$933,448 55 



$933,448 55 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses due and unpaid 

Losses reported, $30,164.03; losses resisted, $2,500 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



$18,170 46 
32,664 03 



50,834 49 



$882,614 06 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments called and not yet due, and due and unpaid $56,500 00 

Total due from members $56,500 00 

Net amount due from members $56,500 00 



EXHIBIT OF- CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Policies or certificates in force December 31 
(beginning of year), 1905 

Policies or certificates written during the 
year 1906 

Total 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 

Total 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 



Total BusineiS. 
No. Amount. 

56,083 $69,102,000 00 
16,587 18,410,000 OO 



Business in State of 

Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

660 $708,500 00 
684 668,500 00 



72,670 $87,512,000 00 1,344 $1,377,000 00 



9,654 10,150,000 00 



260 



248,500 00 



63,016 $77,362,000 00 1,084 $1,128,500 00 



23 $27,500 00 
532 687,000 00 



555 $714,500 00 

513 660,500 00 

532 687,000 00 

9,122 9,463,000 00 



10 11,000 00 

10 $11,000 00 

10 11,000 00 

10 11,000 00 

250 237,500 00 



256 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. 

President, Edward L. Hearn. Secretary, Daniel Colwell. 

Incorporated May 29, 1882. Commenced business February, 1882. 

Home Office, New Haven, Conn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $1,500,970 99 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $611,873 12 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 150j532 00 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 4,116 00 

Total paid by members , $766,52112 

Interest, $54,587.92; rent, $1,431.86 56,019 78 

Official publication 3,320 95 

Sale of supplies 9,657 15 

Cash received from all other sources 21,300 35 

Income during year $856,819 35 

Total $2,357,790 34 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $358,140 20 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 380 87 

Total paid to members $358,52107 

Salaries and other compensation of committees.... 6,163 20 

Official publication 26,772 82 

Legal and other expense in litigation or inspecting claims 5,069 38 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission. 25,143 23 

Salaries of officers 10,499.88 

Traveling and other expenses of officers 322 70 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 13,988 51 

Expense of Supreme Lodge meeting 14,259 35 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 5,474 00 

Insurance department fees .- 1,346 84 

Rent, $1,550.00; taxes, $1,204.00; advertising and printing, 

$3,851.94 6,605 94 

Lodge supplies 5,969 13 

Postage, express, telegraph and telephone 5,151 29 

All other items 51,510 22 

Disbursements during year $536,797 56 

Balance $1,820,992 78 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $191,642 24 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 273,000 00 

Special deposit, Insurance Department, Quebec 5,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 1,087,792 84 

Cash in office 250 00 

Cash deposits in banks 263,307 70 

Total net ledger assets $1,820,992 78 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due aud accrued on mortgages $2,847 50 

Accrued on bonds 10,991 07 

Furniture, fixtures and safes; supplies, printed matter, 

stationery 14,293 90 

Due from subordinate Councils for assessments, fees and 

supplies 59,442 19 

Total non-ledger assets . , 87,574 66 

Gross assets $1,908,567 44 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes; supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $14,293 90 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value ." 59,442 19 

Total 73,736 09 

Total admitted assets $1,834,831 35 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due aud unpaid (16) $16,950 00 

Losses adjusted, not due, (42) 42,000 00 

Losses reported (22) and resisted 22,000 00 

Total actual liabilities • 80,950 00 

Balance $1,753,881 35 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR I'OLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 49,475 $50,524,000 00 1,025 $10,290 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 ; 9,017 9,506,000 00 307 311,000 00 

Total 58,492 $60,090,000 00 1,332 $1,340,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 2,087 2,129,000 00 75 75,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 56,405 $57,961,000 00 1,257 $1,265,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 64 65,450,000 00 1 1,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 363 3,730,000 00 4 4,000 00 

Total 427 438,450 00 5 5,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 347 357,500 00 3 3,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 363 373,000 00 4 4,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 1,724 1,756,000 00 71 71,000 00 

17— Ins.Dept. 



258 
SUPREME LODGE KI^IGHTS OF HONOE. 

President, J. C. Slieppard, S. D. Secretary, Noah M. Glvan, S. R. 

Incorporated June 20, 1884. Commenced business June 30, 187-3. 

Home office, 816 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $43,866 95 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc $94,821 15 

Assessments: Mortuary, $2,590,214.23; special fuud, $1,171.20 2,591,385 43 

Total paid by members $2,686,206 58 

Interest 3,503 89 

Cash received from all other sources 1,30153 

Income during year 2,691,012 GO 

Total $2,734,878 95 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $2,579,258 74 

Suspense account 8,259 96 

• 

Total paid to members $2,587,518 70 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 39,296 66 

Salaries of officers, $10,300.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, traveling expenses, $3,089.09 13,383 09 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 14,267 77 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise, supreme medical examiner 2,000 00 

Rent, $2,700.00; advertising and printing, $3,059.42 5,759 42 

All other items 24,053 90 

Disbursements during year 2,686,279 54 

Balance $48,599 41 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $1,502 41 

Cash deposits in banks 47,097 00 

Total net ledger assets $48,599 41 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $288 10 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,648.49; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery 6,306 55 

Other items 10,762 00 

Total non-ledger assets 17,856 65 

Gross assets •. $65,956 06 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,648.49; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $1,656.08 $6,306 55 

Bills receivable, not secured 2,69105 



Total 8,997 60 



Total admitted assets $56,958 46 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $19,463 46 

Losses adjusted, not due 481,200 00 

Losses reported, $191,200.00; losses resisted, $26,000.00 217,200 00 



Total actual liabilities 719,517 94 



Balance $662,559 48 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due, $210,000.00; mortuary as- 
sessments, due and unpaid, $205,148.10 $415,148 10 



Total due from members $415,148 10 



Net amount due from members 415,148 10 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Buainess in State'of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 40,126 $65,960,200 00 1,293 $1,761,450 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 4,413 3,903,500 00 281 180,750 00 



Total 44,539 $69,863,700 00 1,574 $1,942,200 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 6,983 9,271,412 50 525 495,900 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 37,556 $60,592,287 50 1,049 $1,446,300 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

uupaid December 31 ('l)eginning of year).. 413 721,237 50 14 24,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1,458 2,585,700 00 45 70,500 00 



Total 1,871 $3,306,937 50 59 $95,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1,468 2.579,258 74 44 72,086 54 

Policies or certificates terminated by death. . 1,458 2,585.700 00 45 70,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 5,525 6,685,712 50 480 425,400 00 



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KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF THE WORLD. 

President, D. P. Markey. Secretary, L. B. Sisler. 

Incorporated September 11, 18S5. .Commenced business September 1, 1883. 

Home office, Huron Ave., Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $5,033,543 69 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees , $23,287 21 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 349,607 31 

Assessments: Mortuary, $4,159,413.18; expense, $22,055.51: 

sick and accident, $88,221.99 4,269,690 68 

Total paid by members $4,642,585 20 

Interest, $190,009.23; rent, $1,945.00 191,954 23 

Income during year 4,834,539 43 

Total $9,868,083 12 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid: Death claims, $2,977,181.75; per- 
manent disability, $373,391.25; temporary disability, 

$73,114.19 $3,423,687 19 

Relief fund 216 80 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 3,145 52 

Total paid to members $3,427,049 51 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allovved to 

agents on account of fees and dues 72,249 38 

Paid t(J Great Camp organizations 132.462 96 

Salaries of officers 23,544 76 

Salaries and other compensation of office emplo.ves 43,523 49 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 6,793 90 

Rent, $541.00; taxes, $1,157.97; advertising and printing, 

$9,556.72 11,255 69 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 
salaries or commissions: Insurance department. $1,216.96; 
miscellaneous, $j 75.00; supplies, $10,757.13; traveling ex- 
penses, $4,936.62. All other items. Postage, telegraph 
and express, $10,743.46; legal expenses, $31,324.43; official 
publication, $29,260.72 88.414 32 

Disbursements during year 3,805,294 01 

Balance $6,062,789 11 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumlu-ances $87,707 72 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 5,515,006 98 

Agents' ledger balances 54,552 56 

Cash in office 1,025 00 



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Cash deposits in banlis: 

Commercial banli, Port Huron, Micli $134,32198 

Bankers' National Bank, Chicago, 111 60,508 41 

First National Bank, New York, N. Y 40,737 91 

Second National Bank, Pittsburg, Pa 28,940 96 

Third National Bank, St. Louis, Mo 22,502 07 

Bank of , Toronto, Toronto, Ont 35,527 55 

Citizens' Commercial and Savings Bank, 

Flint, Mich 7,462 57 

First National Exchange Bank, Port Huron, 

Mich 45,52196 

Union Savings Bank, Oakland, Cnl 7,973 44 

Mercantile Trust Co., Little Rock, Ark 10,000 00 

Commercial National Bank, Charlotte, N. C. 1,000 00 

Insurance Departments, Ontario and Quebec. 10,000 00 

Total ■ 404,496 85 

Total net ledger assets $6,062,789 11 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $1,881.15; accrued, $87,170.80 $89,05195 

Rents due 150 00 

Market value of real estate over cost and incum))rances. . 44,62132 

Other items: Rate loans to members 100,784 60 

Total non-ledger assets 234,607 87 

Gross assets $6,297,396 98 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Personal or agtots' ledger balances, not secured $54,552 56 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value: Bonds 44,62132 

Total 99,173 88 

Total admitted assets $6,198,223 10 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment: Sick and accident, $398.00; 

number, 195, mortuary, $251,363.33 $251,76133 

Losses reported (number of claims. 82), $105,625.00; losses 
resisted (number of claims 37). mortuary, $65,000.00: 
sick and accident (1 claim), $150.00 170,775 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 18,707 97 

All other: Deferred payments, sick and accident claims.. 2,219 54 

Total actual liabilities 443,463 84 

Balance $5,754,759 26 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Sick and accident assessments due and unpaid, $9,000.00; mortuary as- 
sessments due and unpaid, $340,000.00 $349,000 00 



Total due from members $349,000 00 

Net amount due from members 349,000 00 



262 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State (A 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 298,891 $375,176,362 48 16,120 $18,638,554 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 20,170 16,466,000 00 801 674,000 00 

Total 319,061 $391,642,362 48 16,921 $19,312,554 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 33,238 34,172,070 87 1,709 1,600,175 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 285,823 $357,470,291 61 15,212 $17,712,379 00 

EXHIBIT OF DEATH CLAIMS. 

Total Claims. Indiana Claims. 

No. Amount. No. Amount 
Claims unpaid December 31, 1905 as per last 

statement 161 $228,273 66 8 $9,263 10 

Claims revived 21 27,970 07 

Deaths of which notice only has been re- 
ceived 82 105,625 00 1 2,044 90 

Claims (face value) incurred during the year 2,325 3,151,802 50 103 131,425 00 

Totals 2,589 $3,513,67123 112 $142,733 00 

Claims paid during the year 2,275 2,977,18175 102 130,658 28 

Balance 314 $536,489 48 10 $12,074 72 

Saved by compromising or scaling down 

claims during the year 114,50115 874 72 

Claims unpaid December 31, 1906 314 421,988 33 10 11,200 00 



263 
KNIGHTS OF THE MODERN MACCABEES. 

President, N. S. Boynton. Secretary, A. M. Slay. 

Incorporated June 11, 1881. Comujenced business June 11, 1881. 

Home office. Modern Maccabec Temple, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $415,545 60 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $8,080 56 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 140,679 96 

Assessments, mortuary 1,222,010 74 

All other payments by members: Building fund tax 21,540 43 



Total paid by members $1,392,31169 

Interest, $5,850.35; rent, $200.00 6,050 35 

Sale of supplies 4,570 63 

Cash received from all other sources; Advertising, 
$1,074.16; borrowed money, $25,000.00; returned payments, 
$22.50 26,096 66 



Income during year 1,429,029 33 



Total $1,844,574 93 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid: Mortuary, $1,101,721.38; disability, 

$80,795.00 $1,182,516 38 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 453 OO 



Total paid to members $1,182,969 38 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

ageuts on account of fees and dues 13,793 21 

Compensation of committees 744 77 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by couimission. . 37,312 75 

Salaries of olBcers 18,067 82 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 20,830 39 

Rent, $434.00; taxes, $1,422.47; advertising and printing, 

$7,147.85 9,004 32 

AH other items 88,782 86 



Disbursements during year 1,371,505 50 



Balance ^ $473,069 43 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $83,737 21 

All other deposits 5,300 00 

Cash in office 11,544 82 

Cash deposits in banks 372,487 40 



Total net ledger assets $473,069 43 



Gross assets $473,069 43 



Total admitted assets $473,069 43 



264 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses in process of adjustment (number, 66), 

Losses resisted (number of claims, 4).. 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued. 
Borrowed money 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance ...? 



$81,650 00 
4,500 00 
7,623 74 
5,000 00 



(73 74 



$374,295 69 



CON'TINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 



Mortuary assessments due and unpaid 

Mortuary assessments not yet called for losses unadjusted. 



Total due from members.. 
Net amount due from members. 



$18,608 53 
150,000 00 

$168,608 53 
168,608 53 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 110,205 $145,453,000 OO 

Policies or certificates written during tbe 

year, 1906 9,364 9,056,500 00 



Business in State of 

Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

819 $951,000 00 
355 306,000 00 



Total 125,569 $154,509,500 00 1,174 $1,257,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 1906. 13,355 14,997,000 CK3 30t 298,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 112.214 $1.39,-512,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905.. 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year, 1906 



867 $959,000 00 



Total 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 

Policies or certificates terminated l\v death, 

1906 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 



SI 109,854 25 

857 1,091,471 45 

938 $1,201,325 70 

368 1,115,175 70 

857 1,091,471 45 

... 13,905,528 55 



9 9,900 00 

9 $9,900 00 

9 9,900 00 

9 9,900 00 

298 288,100 00. 



265 
THE LADIES OF THE MACCABEES OF THE WORLD. 

President, Mrs. Lilliau M. llollistcr. Socretai-j% Miss Biua M. West. 

Incorporated April 6; 1S97. Commenced bnsiness October 1, 1892. 

Home office, Maccabee Temple, I'ort Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $1,602,415 06 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $9,169 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 165,799 56 

Assessments: Mortuary, $1,2S8,869.12': expense, $66,782.58.... 1,335,65170 

Total paid by members $1,510,620 26 

Interest 69,21103 

Charter and other supplies 1,069 35 

Premiums on subordinate hive bonds 2,735 91 

Defunct hive funds 5 66 

Income during year 1,583,642 21 

Total $3,186,057 27 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $686,046 26 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 1,935 70 

Total paid to members $687,98196 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed for organi- 
zation on subordinate bodies 66,129 67 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission 

(transferred to Great Hives) 34,242 46 

Salaries of ofHcers 15,000 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 28,613 20 

Rent, $2,275.00; advertising- and printing, .$4,640.33 6,915 33 

All other items 76,739 32 

Disbursements during year 915,62194 

Balance $2,270,435 33 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $2,092,032 74 

Cash in office 7,567 10 

Cash deposits in Iianks 170,835 49 

Total net ledger assets.. $2,270,435 33 

NOX-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $975.00; accrued $22,472.76 Con bouds) $23,447 76 

Interest (savings department) 896 01 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $15,868.26; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, -$11,685.81 27,554 07 

Total non-ledger assets 51,897 84 



Gross assets $2,322,333 17 



266 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. . , 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $15,8G8.26; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $11,685.81 $27,554 07 

Total 27,554 07 

Total admitted assets $2,294,779 10 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid (held until beneficiary is located).. $666 67 

Losses in process of adjustment 78,750 00 

Losses resisted 15,000 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 20,602 67 

Legal expenses on claims, $1,324.71; payments to be re- 
turned, $20.16 1,344 87 

All other payments due in 1907 on 90 accepted disabilitj' 

, claims 10,592 65 

Total actual liabilities 126,956 86 

Balance $2,167,822 24 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Actually collected and in the hands of record keepers $105,000 00 

Total due from members $105,000 00 

Net amount due from members lOS.OCO 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 124,ll.i $96,732,468 27 5,801 $4,007,242 31 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 16,279 9,596,500 00 677 343,250 00 

Total 140,392 $106,328,968 27 6,478 $4,350,492 31 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 12,056 7,846,637 39 534 300,015 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 128,336 $98,482,330 88 5,944 $4,050,477 31 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year). 101 96,870 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 919 721,180 50 39 30,450 00 

Total 1,020 $818,050 50 39 $30,450 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 916 723,633 83 36 27,450 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 834 711,42118 39 30,450 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 11,222 7,135,216 21 495 269,565 00 



267 



LADIES OF THE MODERN MACCABEES. 

President, Frances E. Burns. Secretary, Emma E. Bowen. 

Incorporated December 10, 1891. Commenced business May 21, 1890. 

Home office. Port Huron, Michigan. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year. 



$240,403 85 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membersliip fees $3,423 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 82,342 60 

Assessments- Mortuary, $524,344.58; reserve, $24,073.52 548,418 10 ' 

Medical examiners" fees paid by applicant 1,285 25 

Total paid by members $635,468 95 

Interest 7,239 45 

Cash received from all other sources: Sale of lodge sup- 
plies, $6,709.55; advertising, $298.43; premium on sale of 
government bonds, $75.00; officers' expense mouey re- 
turned, $200.00; contributions to bed fund, $544.01; 
mouey returned from death claim, $50.00 7,876 99 

Income during year 650,585 39 

Total $890,989 24 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $423,316 ol 

Payments returned to members 318 85 

Total paid to members $423,635 36 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments... 22,387 55 

Salaries of officers, $8,316.32, including Great Medical Ex- 
aminer; other compensation of officers, $349.40; com- 
mittees, $6,561.47 15,227 19 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 9,502 27 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 515 25 

Rent, $1,286.87; advertising, $184.00; printing, $1,626.15 3,097 02 

All other items: Insurance department, $303.73; postage, 
express, telegraph, $5,384.32; lodge supplies, $4,614.28; 
official publication, $4,221.28; convention expense, $23,- 
591.01; expense in investigating claims, $2,003.61; legal, 
$1,495.18; furniture, $2,810.67; Gt. Hive supplies, $2,505.17; 
office expense, $600.34; miscellaneous, $6,238.42; deposit 
in Hodge appeal, $1,700.00; premium and interest on 
bonds, $1,695.04 57,163 05 

Disbursements during year 531,527 69 

Balance $369,461 55 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $152,500 00 

Cash in office U oo 

Cash deposits In banks 206,950 55 

Total net ledger assets $359,46155 



268 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Intfirei?t accrued $1,453 96 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost... 3,950 00 

Other items: Assessments actually collected by subordi- 
nate lodges not yet turned over to supreme lodge, 
$299.94; in hands great record keeper, not yet turned 
over to great finance keeper, $2,500.00 2,799 94 



Total non-ledger assets 



Gro.ss assets 



8,203 90 



$367,665 45 



LIABILITIES. 

Death losses due and unpaid, 23 $18,816 66 

Disability, 45 2,827 85 

Losses reported, $97,550.00; losses resisted, $3,900.00; a part 

of each in process of adjustment 101,450 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 1,63129 

All other: General fund warrants outstanding 1,526 57 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



126.252 37 



$241,413 08 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 70,969 $60,193,250 00 226 $156,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the year 4,102 2,892,750 00 116 66,000 00 



Total ■. 75,071 $63,086,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 4,883 3,729,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 70,188 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year). 109 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 526 



3,357,000 00 

91,697 33 

446,800 00 



Total 635 $538,497 33 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 486 *406,260 90 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 528 446,800 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 4,357 3,131,700 00 34 



348 $227,500 00 
36 19,500 00 



312 $208,000 00 
1 1,000 00 



1 $1,000 00 

1 1,000 00 

16,500 00 



* $406,310.90 paid in death claims, but $50.00 was in excess, as claim had $50.00 in 
dispute. Amount returned to fund in 1906. 



2({9 
LOYAL AMERICANS OF THE KEPUBLIC. 

rrcsidont, E. J. Dunn. Secretary, II. D. Cowan. 

Incorporated November 7, 1896. Commenced business NovcmVjer 7, 1896. 

Home office, I. O. O. F. nuildiug, Springfield, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $31,635 66 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc $22,989 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, $206,956.29; expense, $51,714.85; re- 
serve, $4,855.00 263,526 14 

All other payments by members: Certificate fees 316 OJ 

Total paid by members $286,83114 

Interest 1,353 63 

Cash received from all other sources ' 738 41 

Income during year 288,923 18 

Total $320,558 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $167,589 82 

Advanced payments returned to applicants 129 15 

Total paid to members $167,718 97 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 17,933 52 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 13,307 12 

Salaries of officers, $10,075.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $4,859.72 14.934 72 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,57155 

Medical examiners" fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 1,950 00 

Rent. $1,425.00; taxes. $7.41; advertising and printing, 

$2,646.27 4.078 68 

All other items 13.308 75 

Disbursements during year 240,803 31 

Balance $79,755 53 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $31,600 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 26,900 00 

Cash deposits in banks 21.255 53 

Total net ledger assets $79,755 53 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $1,096 63 

Deposit in Illinois National Bank, Springfield 312 00 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances.. 575 00 



270 



Furniture, fixtures and safes, $2,500.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $1,000.00 3,500 00 

Other items 3,610 45 



Total non-ledger assets. 
Gross assets 



9,094 OS 



$88,849 61 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $2,500.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $1,000.00 $3,500 00 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 3,246 50 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value 575 00 



Total 

Total admitted assets. 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported, $12,596.62; losses resisted, $7,997 44.... 
Salaries, rents and ofBce expenses due and accrued. 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



$20,594 06 
2,548 87 



7,321 50 



$81,528 11 



23,142 93 
$58,385 18 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments due and unpaid 



Total due from members.. 
Net amount due from members. 



$24,001 76 

$24,001 76 
24,001 76 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total^usiness. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 21,256 $27,959,716 70 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 2,032 2,985,000 00 



Total 24,188 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during year 1906... 1,989 



30,944,716 70 
2,209,150 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 22,199 $28,735,566 70 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year), 1905. 29 30,707 42 

Losses and claims, face value, on policies or 

certificates incurred during year 1906 198 211,700 OO 



227 $242,407 42 



Total 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
paid, compromised or scaled down dur- 
ing year 1906 208 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 
1906 151 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 1,838 1,999,650 00 



221,813 36 
209,500 00 



Business in State of 
Indiana. 
Amount. 



No. 
219 
539 



758 
144 



2 
142 



$308,450 00 
502,560 00 

$810,950 00 
135,500 00 



614 $675,450 00 



2,000 00 



$2,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

133,500 00 



271 



MODERN AMERICAN FRATERNAL ORDER. 

President, Wm. B. Wright. Secretary, George M. LeCrcyie. 

Incorporated February 23, 1897. Commenced business February 25, 1897. 

Home Office, Efflngliam, Illinois.' 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $56,927 57 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $314 50 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 21 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, $60,513.94; expense, $27,709.31; re- 
serve, $8,630.63 96,853 88 

Total paid by members $97,189 38 

Interest 2,379 91 

Advances to agents repaid 438 49 

Cash received from all other sources, sale of supplies.... 643 81 

Income during year $100,651 59 

Total $157,579 16 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $56,128 65 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 3100 

Total paid to members $56,159 65 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 14,212 96 

Salaries of officers, $3,495.00; other compensation of officers, 

$410 3,905 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,644 00 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 638 00 

Rent, $1,440.72; taxes, $528.36; advertising and printing, 

$453.70 2,422 78 

All other items 3,109 45 

Disbursements during year $84,081 84 

Balance $73,487 32 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $50,740 68 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 2,000 00 

Cash deposits in banks 20,746 64 

Total net ledger assets $73,487 32 



272 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $328.00; accrued, $1,250.08 $1,578 OS 

Total non-ledger assets $1,578 08 

Gross assets $75,065 40 

Total admitted assets '. $75,065 40 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $600 $600 00 

Losses reported, $2,260.00; losses resisted, $5,300.00 7,560 00 

Total actual liabilities $8,160 00 

Balance $66,905 40 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $8,594 99 

Net amount due from members $8,594 99 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Tolicies or certificates in force Deceml)er 31 

(beginning of year) 7,453 $7,138,576 00 1,188 $975,725 00 

rc'lJeies or certificates written during tbe 

year 2,402 2,043,500 00 572 395,500 00 

Total 9,860 $9,182,076 00 1.760 $1,371,225 00 

Deduct number and amount wliicli have 

ceased to be in force during the year 1,465 1,262,916 OO 282 201,384 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 8,395 $7,919,160 00 1.478 $1,169,84100 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 6 4,518 60 3 1,540 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 107 62,374 60 16 4,325 00 

Total 113. $66,893 20 19 $5,865 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 105 $56,128 65 17 $4,628 45 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 61 59.400 00 8 4,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 1,465 1,203,516 00 274 197,384 00 



273 
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 

ri-esidcut, A. R. Talbot. Secretary, C. W. Ilawes. 

Incorporated May 5, 1S84. Commeuced business January 2, 1883. 

Home Office, Cor. Fifteenth St. and Third Ave., liocli Island, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $2,387,386 39 

INCOME DUKING YEAR. 

Annual dues, per capita lax, etc $781,393 00 

Assessments, mortuary 8,047,08105 

Total paid by members $8,828,474 05 

Interest, $48,544.31; rent, $1,200.00 49,744 31 

Cash received from all other sources 333,495 96 

Income during year $9,211714 32 

Total $11,599,100 71 

DISBURSEMENTS DUKING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $7,122,218 19 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 4,367 06 

Total paid to memliers , $7,126,585 25 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 295,527 88 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid bj' commissipu. 14,427 76 
Salaries of officers, $13,100.01; other compensation of of- 

ticers, $30,726 00 43,826 01 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 160,260 77 

Medical examiners" fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 3,65199 

Rent, $1,440.00; taxes, .$3,122..50; advertising and printing, 

$18,2.57.31 22,819 81 

All other items 280.120 72 

Disbursements during year $7,947,220 19 



Balance $3,651,880 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $321,894 40 
Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate, furniture 86,390 49 
Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market- 
able collateral, library 5.640 50 

Cash deposits in banks 3.237,9.55 13 

Total net ledger assets $3,651,880 52 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $16,151 98 

Rents accrued 50 00 • 

Other items 50,684 05 

Total non-ledger assets 66,886 03 



Gross assets $3,718,766 55 

18-Ins. Dept. 



274 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, |S6,390.49; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, library, $5,640.50 $92,030 99 

Supply paper stock and printing plant inventories 50,684 05 



Total 142,715 04 



Total admitted assets $3,576,051 51 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid, 57 .* $97,367 00 

Losses reported, 373, $627,500.00; losses resisted, 104, $180,- 

OOO.OO 807,500 00 

All other 30,184 02 



Total actual liabilities $935,051 02 



Balance $2,641,000 49 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $950,000 00 



Total due from members $950,000 00 

Net amount due from members 950,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 •. 713,837 $1,204,045,500 28,320 $43,272,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 128,434 179,347,000 6,554 8,001,500 00 



Total 842,271 $1,383,392,500 34,874 $51,273,500 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 41,017 59,999,000 1,862 2,461,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906.... 801, 254 $1,323,393,500 33,012 $48,812,500 00 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 391 $658,519 04 

Losses and claims ou policies or certificates 

incurred during year 4,222 7,441,000 00 

Previously dropped, reinstated 6 14,000 00 



Total 4,619 $81,135,519 04 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 4,061 7,122 218 19 

Dropped and compromised 24 86,433 85 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 4,222 7,441,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse, 

1906 ..36,795 52,558,000 00 1,691 2,195,500 00 



15 


$25,000 00 


171 


265,500 .00 






186 


$290,500 00 


164 


255,885 85 




1,614 15 


171 


265,500 00 



275 



NATIONAL UNION. 

President, 'Wm. H. Thompson. Secretary, J. W. Myers. 

Incorporated May 11, 1881. Commenced business June 1881. 

Home Office, National Union Building, Toledo, Ohio. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $635,824 65 

INCOME 'DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $5,535 25 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 1,293 87 

Assessments: Mortuary and expense 2,430,835 02 

Total paid by members $2,437,664 14 

Interest 32,973 78 

Cash received from all other sources: Sale supplies, 

$1,100.85; Off. Pub., $102.19; sale of old furniture, $10.50; 

sundry amounts returned, $181.07; fines, $263.10 1,657 71 

Income during year 2,472,295 63 

Total $3,108,120 28 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $1,881,382 42 

Total paid to members $1,881,382 42 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments.. 57,171 98 

Salaries of managers and agents nor, paid by commission.. 2,499 99 

Salaries of officers ..'. 17,85100 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 14,112 00 

Taxes, $755.22; advertising and printing, $6,397.05 7,152 27 

Postage, express and telegraph, $2,299.30; legal, $3,329.29; 
governing bodies, $13,929.30; Off. Pub., $7,730.06; Insur- 
ance Departments, $475.10; miscellaneous, $13,681.32; 

California relief, $5,000.Cfl; charged off bonds, $26,402.30.. 72,846 67 



Disbursements during year $2,053,016 33 



Balance $1,055,103 95 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $49,453 65 

Cost value of bonds and stoclis owned absolutely 809,260 00 

Cash deposits in banks 196,390 30 

Total net ledger assets $1,055,103 95 



276 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due $1,492 12 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 26,940 42 



Total non-ledger assets 28,432 54 



Gross assets $1,083,536 49 

LIABILITIES. 
Losses reported, $199,000.00; losses resisted, $8,000.00 $207,000 00 



Total actual liabilities 207.000 00 



Balance $876,536 49 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and due January 1, 1907 $110,000 00 



Net amount due from members $110,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 61,019 $133,105,000 00 1,792 $3,989,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 5,888 7,429,000 00 163 214,000 00 



Total 66,907 $140,534,000 00 1,955 $4,203,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have • 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 6,. .7 10,677,500 00 138 322,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (beginning of year).... 60,790 $129, 856,50^j 00 1,817 .$3,881,000 00 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 65 170.000 00 2 4,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 773 1,921,000 00 29 75,000 00 



Total 838 $2,091,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 755 1.884.000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 773 1,921,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 5,344 8,312,000 00 

Terminated by decreased rate 444,500 00 



31 


$79,000 00 


-7 


72,000 00 


29 


75,000 00 


96 


191,000 00 



Ill 



NATIONAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Supreme President, George R. Collins. General Secretary, Frank E. Lott. 

Incorporated November 14, 1894. Commenced business November 16, 1894. 

Home Office, 16 to 24 West Ninth St., Kansas City, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, Dccemljer 31st, of previous year $30,265 33 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,385 50 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc., reserve 650 43 

Assessments: Mortuary, $5,000.00; expense, $10,036.42 21,036 42 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 434 25 

All other- payments hy members: Assessments, sick and 

accident 51,604 48 

Total paid by members $78,11108 

Interest, $84.28; rent, .$118.00 202 28 

Cash received from all other sources: Sale of lodge sup- 
plies, $1,1P6.31; membership fee note increase, $737.66... 1,933 97 

Income during year $80,247 33 



Total $110,512 66 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $52,155 84 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 279 55 

Total paid to members $52,435 39 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues '. . $1,374 61 

Salaries of managers and ag'ents not paid by commission. 6,207 41 

Salaries of officers 1.910 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,834 88 

Medical examiners' fees, -wlicthcr paid direct by meml)ers 

or otherwise 42 25 

Rent, $1,168.75; taxes, $87.21; advertising and printing, 

$1,209.48 2,465 44 

Postage and telegraph 2,686 69 

Legal expenses, $202.42; governing body, $227.88; furniture 

expense, $355.61; official publication. $1,969.65; Insurance 

Department, $360.56; lodge supplies. $809.60; real estate 

payment, $263.50; office expenses, $243.31; lodge account, 
. $954.50 5,387 03 

Disbursements during- year 77,343 70 



Balance $33,168 96 



278 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $1,750 00 

Agents' ledger balances, $90.61; bills receivable, $18,780.50.. 18,87111 

Cash in office 74 18 

Cash deposits in banks 9,625 74 

Total net ledger assets $30,32103 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $2,847.93; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $200.00 $3,047 93 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 90 61 

Total 3,138 54 

Total admitted assets $30,230 42 

LIABILITIES. 

Deputies' credit balances $143 55 

Total actual liabilities 143 55 

Balance $30,086 87 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 8,053 $393,825 00 377 $9,850 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 7,815 195,375 00 217 5,425 00 

Total 15,868 $589,200 00 594 $15,275 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 6,496 122,750 00 290 7,250 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 9,372 $466,450 00 304 $8,025 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 3,450 42,155 84 67 714 00 

Total 3,450 $42,155 84 67 $714 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 3,450 42,155 84 67 $714 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 71 3,275 00 1 50 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 6,425 119,475 00 290 7,250 00 



279 



NORTH AMERICAN UNION. 

President, Robert S. lies. Secretary, G. Langhenry. 

Incorporated June 8, 1895. Commenced business June 8, 1895. 

Home Office, Chicago, 111. 

BAL.\NCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $458,719 64 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,317 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 49,573 05 

Assessments, mortuary 184,094 78 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 434 50 

Total paid by members 238,419 33 

Interest 14,655 83 

Cash received from all other sources 6,466 56 

Income during year 259,541 72 

Total $718,26136 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $146,627 99 

Total paid to members $146,627 99 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

deputy organizers on account of fees and dues $4,409 02 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments, 

salaries deputies and organizers 4,95120 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission. 3,072 84 

Salaries of officers, $9,246.15; other compensation of of- 
ficers, $126.00 9,37115 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,390 12 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid by members or 

otherwise 3,228 61 

Rent, $4,385.00; advertising, stationery and printing, 

$2,304.01 6,689 01 

Repaid on borrowed money 4,500 00 

All other items 16,224 41 

Disbursements during year 207,464 35 



Balance $510,797 01 



280 ■ . 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Lodus oil mortgages (first liens) on real estate on deposit 

with the Illinois Insurance Department $19,100 00 

Cost value of bohds and stocks owned absolutely, $444,- 
' 372.62 on deposit with the Illinois Insurance Department 
of Illinois, $11,465.05 held by the society 455,837 67 

Cash in oitfiee 124 51 

Cash deposits in banlvs 35,734 83 

Total net ledger assets $510,797 01 



. NON-LEDGEU ASSETS. 

Interest accrued , — $6,724 06 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $5,896.11; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $650.00 6,546 11 

Agents' debit balances, $3,329.20; due by Councils for 

charter fees, supplies, etc., $11,301.45 14,530 65 

Total non-ledger assets '. 27,800 S2 



Gross assets _,.... $538,597 83 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $5,896 11 

Supplies, printed matter, stationery ; 650 00 

Personal or agents' balances not secured 3,329 20 

Councils' dr. balances, charter fees, etc 11,20145 

Total $21,076 76 

Total admitted assets $517,521 07 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment $4,937 00 

Losses resisted 8,500 00 

Salaries, rents and oflice expense due and accrued 873 49 

Borrowed money 52,489 46 

Councils' credit balances, $344.58; sundry credits account 

supplies, etc., $412.22 756 80 

Total actual liabilities 67,556 75 



Balance ; $449,964 32 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments collected by subordinate councils not 

yet turned over to Supreme Council $15,145 32 



Total due from Councils $15,145 32 

Net amount due from Councils 15,145 32 



281 



•EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
\o. Amount. 

Policies or certificatos in force December 31 

(begiunius- of year) 13,871 $18,686.250 00 

Policies pr certificates written dnring the 

year 1,391 1,279,500 00 



Total 15,262 $19,965,750 00 

Deduct number aud amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year — 1,925 1,983,750 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 13,337 $17,982.000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 
Losses and claims on i)olicies or certificates 
incurred during year, $143,500; claims in- 
curred ou account of reinsurance, $1,558.29 



Business in State of 

Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

499 $472,000 00 

30 24,000 00 

529 $496,000 00 

124 99,500 00 

405 $396,500 00 



121/2 



16,000 00 



145,058 39 



Total 110% $161,058 39 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
paid during year, $143,500; claims in- 
curred on reinsurance paid during year, 
1,558.39 '. 981/, 

Policies or certificates tenninatea by death.. 98 



146.627 99 
143,500 00 



4,000 00 



$4,000 00 



4.000 00 
4,000 00 



282 



SUPREME LODGE ORDER OF MUTUAL PROTECTION. 

President, E. W. Brinkmanu. Secretary, G. Del Vecchia. 

Incorporated November 16, 1894. Commenced business 1878. 

Home Office, Chicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $143,169 18 

INCOME DURING YEAH. 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc.... $10,554 28 

Assessmeuts: Mortuary, $90,113.27; expense, $16,996.15 107,109 42 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 55 OO 

Total paid by members $117,718 70 

Interest 6,824 04 

Cash received from all other sources 1,387 85 

Income during year ■. . 125,930 59 



Total $269,099 77 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $88,938 40 

Total paid to members $88,938 40 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on accouut of fees and dues 6,866 86 

Salaries of officers, $3,875.00; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $52.98 3,927 98 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,103 66 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise '. 2,199 43 

Rent, $1,-500; taxes, $13.53; advertising and printing, $1,219.10 2,732 93 

All other items 5,009 92 

Disbursements during year 111,778 68 



Balance $157,321 09 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $1,113 72 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 147,800 00 

Cash deposits in banks 8,407 37 

Total net ledger assets $157,32109 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $317.50; accrued, $1,558.73 $1,876 23 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances.. 1,786 28 

Total non-ledger assets 3,662 51 



283 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $682 25 

Losses reported 18,906 77 

Total actual liabilities 19,589 02 

Balance $141,394 58 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments due and unpaid $7,611 67 

Total due from members $7,61167 

Net amount due from members 7,61167 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Busineis in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. ■ Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates In force December 31 

(beginning of year) • 8,410 $7,582,500 00 17 $14,250 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 998 618,500 00 11 • 6,750 00 

Total 9,402 $8,201,000 00 28 $21,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 917 634,250 00 2 1,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 8,485 $7,566,750 00 26 $19,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 15 15,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 91 109,500 00 1 500 00 

Total 106 $124,500 00 1 $500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year *91 101,000 00 1 500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death... 90 109,000 00 1 500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 827 525,250 00 1 1,000 00 

* 1 claim reinstated. 



284 



THE PATHFINDEE. 

President, Geo. R. McKay. Secretary, E. C. Root. 

Incorporated May 14, 189S. " Commenced business June 20, 1898. 

Home office, American Trust Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31 of previous year $11,134 25 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Assessments: Mortuary, $82,853.53; expenses, $57,635.52 $140,489 05 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 52 25 

All other payments by members for reserve 15,609 89 

Total paid by members $156,151 19, 

Interest : 95 14 

Cash received from all other sources: Supplies, $184.97; 

miscellaneous, $523.77 708 74 

Income duriug year ' 156,955 07 

Total $168,089 32 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $96,491 00 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 25 78 

Total paid to members $96,516 78 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 20,286 94 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments... 366 74 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission.. 11,936 96 

Salaries of officers, $4,492.33; other compensation of offi- 
cers, $1,050.00 5,542 33 

Salaries and other compensation of ofQce employes 4,982 47 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct liy members 

or otherwise 1,937 18 

Rent, $1,058.00; advertising and printing, $1,741.67 2,799 67 

All other items 12,913 71 

Disbursements during year $157,282 78 

Balance $10,806 54 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $697 26 

Cash deposits in Iianks 10,109 28 

Total net ledger assets $10,806 54 



285 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $2,800.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $3,650 00 $6,450 00 

Total non-ledger assets ^. 6,450 00 

Gross assets $17,256 54 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $2,800.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, .$3.650.00 .$6,450 00 

Total 6,450 00 

Total admitted assets $10,806 54 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $6,800.00; losses in process of ad- 
justment, $200.00 , $7,000 00 

Total actual liabilities 7,000 00 

Balance $3,806 54 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments due and unpaid $13,000 00 

Net amount due from members $13,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force Deceml;er 31 

beginning of year) 15,205 .$14,798,358 00 4,885 $4,499,726 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 2,781 2,335,650 00 942 706,650 00 

Total 17,986 $17,134,008 00 5.827 $5,206,376 CO 

Deduct nnnilicr and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 2.572 2,035,677 00 1,114 . 936,132 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 15,414 $15,098,33100 4,713 $4,270.244 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 15 14,025 00 2 1,350 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 104 96.962 50 24 21,587 50 

Total 119 $110,987 50 26 $22,937 50 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 108 96,177 50 25 22.137 50 

Policies or certiticates (erniin.-itcd by death.. 104 96,962 50 24 21.587 50 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 2,468 1,938,714 50 1,090 4,248,656 50 



286 
PLATTDUETSCHE GROT GILDE, 

Von de Vereenigten Staaten von Nord Amerika. 

President, J. Henry Mueller. Secretary, Louis E. Brandt. 

Incorporated September 8, ISSS. .Commenced business September, 188S. 

Home office, S85 N. Halsted St., Chicago. 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $58,383 32 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $866 50 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 4,299 70 

Assessments: Mortuary, $44,667.42; temporary disability, 

$8,603.40; reserve, $7,882.48 61,153 30 

All other payments by members, certificates, cards, etc.. 251 50 

Total paid by members $66,571 00 

Interest 3,046 77 

Cash received from all other sources 1,985 37 

Income during year 71,603 14 

Total $129,986 46 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims $40,500 00 

Sick claims 9,240 00 

Total paid to members $49,740 00 

Salaries of officers, $1,955; other compensation of officers, 

$50.00 2,005 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 15 00 

Rent, $195.00; advertising and printing, $314.70 509 70 

All other items 3,532 57 

Disbursements during the year 55,802 27 

Balance *. $74,184 19 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $60,400 00 

Cash deposits in banks 13,784 19 

Total net ledger assets $74,184 19 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $1,600; supplies, printed mat- 
ter, stationery, $200 1,800 00 

Other items 1,398 50 

Total non-ledger assets 3,198 50 

Gross assets $77,382 69 



28Y 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $1,600.00; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $200.00 

Bills receivable, not secured 



Total , 

Total admitted assets. 



$1,800 00 
1,398 50 



3,198 50 



$74,184 19 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses adjusted, not due 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued. 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



$1,000 00 
301 85 



1,301 85 



$72,882 34 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due, $4,335.00; mortuary as- 
sessments, due and unpaid, $1,398.50 



Total due from members. 
Net amount due from members. 



$5,733 50 



$5,733 50 
5,733 50 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 7,080 $3,540,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 584 292,000 00 



Total 7,664 $3,832,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 439 219,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) :... 7,225 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 1 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 82 

Total 83 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 81 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 82 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 357 



3,612,500 00 

500 06 

1,000 00 

$41,500 00 

40,500 00 

41,000 00 

178,500 00 



Business in State of 

Indiana. 
No. Amount. 



367 
28 



395 
37 



183,500 00 
14,000 00 



$197,500 00 
18,500 00 



358 $179,000 00 



2,000 00 



$2,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

16,500 00 



288 



PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE. 

President, A. C. McLean. Secretary, W. S. Palmer. 

Incorporated August 7, 18S6. Commenced business August 7, 1886. 

Home oHice, 300-302 State St., Sliaron, I'a. 

BALANX'E SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets Decemlier 31 of previous year $901,751 SO 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membersliip fees $58,51190 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 57,793 50 

Assessments: Mortuary, $403,710.21; expense, $134,570.02 538,280 23 

Medical examiners' fees paid Ijy applicant 5,456 00 

Total paid by members $660,041 63 

Interest, $32,231.69; rent, $2,020.00 34,25169 

Cash received from all other sources: Supplies, $1,291.51; 

Gazette, $8,610.21 9,901 71 

Income during year , 704,203 04 

Total , $1,605,954 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid: Death, $503,860.00; disability, 

$11,100.00 $514,960 00 

Total paid to members. : $514,960 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 83,586 88 

Salaries of officers, $15,552.85; other compensation of com- 
mittees, $895.20 16,448 05 

Salaries and other compensation of office, employes 8,640 00 

Taxes, $706.55; advertising and printing, $2,479.00 3,185 55 

All other items: Legal expenses, $879.08; furniture, $875.00; 
fuel and light, $266.80; postage, express, telegraph and 
telephone, $2,684.99; supplies, $2,067.57; Gazette, $7,741.49; 
expenses, $6,858.61 21,373 54 

Disbursements during year 648,194 02 

Balance $957,760 82 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incuml)rauces $50,000 00 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 246,780 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral 21,935 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 375,075 00 

Real estate mortgage 3,000 00 

McDonell's Bank, subject to check 190,36182 

Cash deposits in banks on intere.st 70,609 00 

Total net ledger assets $957,760 82 



289 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $811.00 $81100 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 500 00 

Total uon-lcdger assets 1,31100 

Gross assets $959,571 82 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $47,000.00; losses reported, $56,- 

500.00; losses resisted, $10,000.00 $113,500 00 

Total actual liabilities 113,500 00 

Balance $845,57182 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business In State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount."! 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year).. 57,392 $54,232,250 00 1,054 $872,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 12,204 9,084,750 00 1,015 659,250 00 

Total 69,596 $63,317,000 00 2,069 $1,531,250 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force duriug the year.... 8,825 6,556,500 00 477 308,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 60,771 $56,760,500 00 1,592 $1,222,750 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year). 74 78,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 554 546,500 00 9 8,500 00 

Total , 628 $624,500 00 

Losses and claims ou policies or certificates 

paid during year 508 503,860 00 7 7,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 554 546,500 00 9 8,500 00 



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290 



SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Supreme Regent, Howard C. AViggins. Supreme Secretary, Alfred T. Turner. 

Incorporated Nov. 5, 1877. Commenced business June 23, 1877. 

Home office, 407 Shawmut Ave., Boston, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

W. & O. B. death fund (cash) $852,455 82 

Emergency fund (cash) 36,829 48 

Emergency fund (bonds) 1,749,128 17 

General fund (cash) 78,026 29 

General fund (bonds) 65,327 50 

General fuud (real estate) 51,170 97 

Sup. secretary's contingent fund (cash) 3,500 DO 

Sup. treasurer's contingent fuud (cash) 3,000 00 



Amount of net ledger assets Dec. 31 of previous year. $2,839 438 23 

INCOME DURING lEAR. 

Changes of benefit certificates $3,683 00 

Supreme council dues 199,16170 

Assessments: Mortuary 8,934,202 05 

Members at large, cards, etc 57 64 

Total paid by members $9,137,104 39 

Interest 92,576 17 

Cash received from all other sources: Supplies sold, 
$3,082.29; official publication, $478.26; fines, $260.30; dis- 
pensation, $50.00; sundries, $457.57; recovered on account 

claims, $280.95 : . . . . 5,328 42 

Profit ou sale of U. S. Government 4s 1925 40,117 96 

Income during year 9,275,126 94 

Total $12,114,565 17 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $7,704,486 76 

Benefit certificate fees returned 18 00 

Total pafc to members $7,704,504 76 

Supplies purchased for sale, $1,118.77; office furniture, 

$273.37 1,392 14 

E.Ktension of order, $6,696.60; assistance to Grand Councils, 
$26,970.39; instituting councils in Grand Council juris- 
diction, $2,244.00 35,910 99 

Official visits 2,506 18 

Salaries of officers, $27,000.00; services of S. C. officers and 

committees, $8,146.01 35,146 01 

R. A. building maintenance and running expenses 3,699 90 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 52,140 80 

Expenses of Supreme Council meeting 20,124 03 

I'ostage, express and telegraph. $5,700.80; legal expenses. 

$25,762.70; official publication, $18,973.49 50.436 99 



291' 

Taxes, $938.10; advertisinp and printing, $9,585.87 10,523 97 

Insurance departments. $562.15; accrued interest paid on 

purchase of bonds, $5,806.77 6,368 92 

AH other items: State laws, $878.31; investigating death 

claims, $2,795.92; miscellaneous office expenses, $4,063.69; 

sundry items from contingent fund of S. K., $169.49; 

contribution to national fraternal sanatarium, $100.00; 

Ijonding Sup. CI. officers, $382.50; fraternal congress, 

$1,365.89; special investigation of applicants, $1,343.33.... 11,104 13 



Disbursements during year 7,933,858 82 

W. & O. death fund (cash) $1,112,714 54 

Emergency fund (cash) 145,556 53 

Emergency fund (bonds) 2,732,900 63 

General fund (cash> 61,536 18 

General fund (bonds) 65,327 50 

General fund (real estate) 51,170 97 

Sup. secretary's contingent fund (cash) 3,500 00 

Sup. treasurer's contingent fund (cash) 3,000 00 

General fund deposited in Prov. Quebec (cash) 5,000 00 

Accrued $4,180,706 35 

Balance $4,180,706 35 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $51,170 97 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 2,798,228 13 

Contingent fund of supreme sec'tary and supreme treasurer 6,500 00 

Emergency fund 145,556 53 

Deposited with treasurer of Prov. Quebec 5,000 00 

W. & O. B. fund 1,112,714 54 

General fund 61,536 18 

Total net ledger assets $4,180,706 35 

Cash deposits in banks: W. &0. B. Fund. General Fund. 

Fourth National Bank, Atlanta. Ga $30,277 11 

National Bank of the Republic, Boston 44,140 63 

National Shawmut Bank, Boston....; 45,394 37 $10,36183 

Nat. Exchange Bank. Baltimore 58,564 05 

Marine Nat. Bank, Buffalo 68,000 00 

Mfrs. & Traders' National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y 63,60177 3,37186 

Mechanics Bank. Brooklyn 32,671 98 

People's Trust Company, Brooklyn, N. Y 46,000 00 

Central National Bank, Cleveland 48,903 79 6,026 98 

Second Nat. Bank, Cincinnati 19,104 87 

First National Bank, Chicago 37,810 30 

Bankers' National Bank, Chicago 29,503 01 7,578 93 

Commercial Nat. Bank, Charlotte, N. C 13,03118 

Commercial National Bank, Detroit 48.279 22 

The Bank of Toronto. Montreal, Que 15,579 76 

First National Bank, Minneapolis 51,677 18 

Hanover National Bank, New York 46,158 05 

First National Bank, New York 49,283 57 

National Bank of Commerce, New York 37,780 45 

Garfield National Bank, New York 41,943 86 9.639 94 

Corn Exchange Bank. New York 39,977 84 

Mercantile National Bank, New York 48,196 10 

First National Bank, Omaha, Neb .' 38,788 57 

Central National Bank. Philadelphia 40.689 07 10,029 59 

Federal Nat. Bank, Pittsburg, Pa 49,57122 1,074 80 

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Planters' National Bank, Richmond, Va 8,608 09 

Mechanics-American Nat. Bank, St. Louis 57,496 90 

National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis 63,434 33- 7,887 58 

The Bank of Toronto, Toronto, Out 22,981 20 5,744 70 

Broad Street Nat. Bank, Trenton, N. J 20,403 52 3,639 47 

First Nat. Bank, Utica, N. Y 58,035 40 932 21 

The National -Bank of Westfield, N. Y 42,710 53 4,152 91 

American Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago 40,451 64 

National Deposit Bank, Owensboro, Ky 28,850 31 

Merchants Nat. Bank, Boston, Mass 78,848 98 

National Bank of the Republic, Chicago, 111 52,560 22 

National Bank of Commerce, Providence, R. 1 14,147 33 



Total $1,533,456 40 $70,440 80 

Less outstanding orders 275,185 33 8,904 62 



Balance December 31, 1906 $1,258,271 07 $61,536 18 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due. $31,567.50; accrued, $9,903.12 $41,470 62 

Assessments collected but not forwarded to Sup. CI 726,007 07 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $4,317.89; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $2,950.72; printing plant, $11,396.02; 

sundry accounts, $3,347.64 22,012 27 

Unmatured assessments 9 93 

Total non-ledger assets 789,499 89 



Gross assets $4,970,206 24 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $18,664 63 

Bills receivable, not secured 3,347 64 

Assessments collected, but not forwarded 726,007 07 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 187,668 38 

Assessments paid in advance 9 93 

Total 935,697 65 



Total admitted assets $4,034,508 59 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid. Class A $165,169 61 

Additional claims resisted on account of persons not in 

good standing. Class E 33,000 00 

Losses in process of adjustment, Classes B and C : 717.015 42 

Losses resisted. Class D 15,000 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 1,996 87 

Sundry balances 523 03 

Total actti.-il li:ibiliti<'S 932,704 93 



Balance $3,827,810 73 



293 

EXIIUUT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
I'olicies or cortificates in force December 31 

(begiimiii!,' of year) 254,756 $550,918,000 00 3,628 $8,919,000 0« 

Policies or certificates wl-itteu during- the 

year .; 8,393 17,817,500 00 67 171,000 00 



Total 263,149 $568,735,500 00 3,695 $9,090,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 22,255 54,605,000 00 401 932,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 240,894 $514,130,500 00 3,294 $8,158,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 417 1,036,450 00 6 14,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 3,102 7,657,642 63 48 119,343 92 



Total 3,519 $8,694,092 63 54 $133,843 92 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 3,120 7,704,486 76 48 *118,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 3,102 7,657,642 63 48 119,343 92 



Includes $298.57 scaled down. 



294 



ROYAL FRATERNAL UNION. 

Supreme President, F. H. Pickrell. Supreme Secretary, P. P. Hellmuth. 

Incorporated February 25, 1897. Commenced business March 2#, 1887. 

Home office, 412 Missouri Lincoln Trust Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $7,830 42 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees C539 35 

Assessments: Mortuary, $6,841.71; expense, $32,675.81; dis- 
ability, $11,011.51 50,529 03 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 87 75 

Total paid by members $51,156 13 

Interest, $34.19; rent, $199.00: 233 19 

Lodge supplies, $119.39; cancelled checks, $86.16; miscel- 
laneous, $209.40 414 95 

Income during year $51,804 27 

Total $59,634 69 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $17,183 00 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 105 28 

Total paid to members '. $17,288 28 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 9,447 59 

Salaries of officers 3,695 71 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,300 79 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 268 95 

Rent, $1,200; taxes, $4.20; advertising and printing, $1,781.80 2,986 00 

All other items 10,504 04 

Disbursements during year 49,49136 

Balance ; $10,143 33 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 120 00 

Cash In office 36 12 

Cash deposits in banks 9,987 21 

Total net ledger assets $10,143 33 



$28,877 32 



295 

NON-LEDGKR ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $153 83 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 8 15 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 3,000 00 

Advance dues in course of collection, etc 15,572 01 

Total non-ledger assets 18,733 99 

Gross assets 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured, $26S.OO; 

bills receivable, not secured, $12,304.01 $12,572 01 

Depreciation from :-ost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 8 15 

Total 12,580 16 

Total admitted assets $16,297 16 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported, $160.00; losses resisted, $240.00 $400 00 

Advanced assessments 1,241 GO 

All other 5,000 00 

Total actual liabilities 6,64100 

Balance $9,655 56 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 5,1S9 $2,027,300 00 

Policies or certificates written during tlie 

year 7,413 2,293,200 00 

Total 12,602 $4,320,700 00 

Deduct number and amount wliich have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 7,380 2,377,900 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 5,222 $1,942,800 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 16 198,669 00 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 997 15,53131 

Total 1.013 $17,518 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1,002 17,183 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 22 3,31109 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 7,358 $2,374,588 31 



Business in State of 
Indiana, j 


No. 


Amount. 


43 


$17,100 00 


20 


6,000 00 


S3 


*23,100 00 


34 


11,600 00 


29 


$11,500 00 


5 


30 86 


5 


$30 86 


5 


30 86 


34 


11.600 00 



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296 
ROYAL LEAGUE. 

President, W. E. Hyde. Secretary, Charles E. Piper. 

Incorporated October 26, 1883. Commenced business November 11, 1883. 

Home Office, 1601 Masonic Temple, Chicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $1,025,353 72 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $8,456 88 

Assessments: Mortuary, $536,330.29; expense, $68,954.97 607,285 26 

All other payments by members, surplus fund 106r879 64 

Total paid by members $722,121 78 

Interest, $3,501,635.00; rent, $307.50 35,323 85 

Cash received from all other sources: Benefit certificate 

fees, registration fees, filing fees 5,377 30 

Obarter fees, rebates, B. R. mileage, supplies sold 6,693 40 

Income during year $769,516 33 

Total ^ $1,794,870 05 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid: Death claims , $545,102 68 

Disability claims 20,225 00 

Total paid to members $565,327 68 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

organizers on account of salaries and commissions 27,667 20 

Salaries of oflBcers, $11,984.98; other compensation of of- 
ficers, $715.00 12,699 98 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 10,966 15 

Medical examiners' salaries and fees, whether paid direct 

by members or otherwise 3,233 97 

Rent, $2,818.44; advertising and printing, $3,323.58 6,142 02 

Per capita tax, state bodies 9,426 62 

Supplies bought for resale to councils 5,952 44 

Postage, express, telegraph and telephone 3,040 45 

Legal expense, prizes to members, bonds, officers' travel- 
ing expenses 13,023 35 

Disbursements during year $657,479 86 

Balance $1,137,390 19 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $1,046,474 43 

Cash deposits in banks 90,915 76 

Total net ledger assets $1,137,390 19 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $6,700 55 

Membership fees accrued 2,400 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 4,215 02 



297 



Duo from Councils, supplies, mcmlnn-sliip fees and ex- 
pense assessments 3,(J72 77 

Assessments eollected by subordinate Couneils not yet 

turned over to Supreme Council 54,500 00 



Total non-ledger assets $70,888 34 



Gross assets $1,208,278 53 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $4,215 02 

Due from Council supplies and membersbip fees 3,072 77 

Membership fees accrued 2,400 00 

Depreciation from cost value of lodge assets to bring same 

to marker value 24,390 78 



Total 34,078 57 



Total adnntted assets $1,174,199 96 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment (IS) $45,250 53 

Losses resisted (7) 18,568 40 

Salaries, rents and oIHce expenses due and accrued 3,424 79 

Present value of total disability clainis outstanding 72,345 00 

Total actual liabilities 139,588 72 



I'.alancc $1,034,611 24 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments not yet called for losses unadjusted $54,500 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Anaount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 27,524 $56,449,000 00 848 $1,070,500 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 5,257 5,533,500 00 154 168,000 00 



Total 32,781 $62,076,500 00 1,002 $1,238,500 00 

Deduct numl)er and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 2,331 3,059.000 00 115 114,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 30,450 $59,017,500 00 887 $1,124,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (l)eginning of year).. 23 $59,032 28 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 232 564,655 50 6 8.637 50 



Total 255 $623,687 78 6 $8,637 50 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 230 545,102 68 6 8,637 50 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 230 569,500 00 5 8,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 2,101 2,452,500 00 110 104,500 00 



298 



ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. 

Presidents, Mrs. E. D. Watt, Mr. B. D. Smith. 

Secretaries, Mrs. Winnie Fielder, Miss Myrtle E. Dade. 

Incorporated Marcli 21, 1895. Commenced business March 21, 1895. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $226,570 18 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $21,562 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 121,144 60 

Assessments, mortuary 586,787 60 

Medical examiners* fees paid by applicant, none; changes 

in certificates 1,221 00 

Transfer card fees . , 21 25 

Sale of lodge supplies 13,540 64 

Interest 4,370 37 

AdYertising 1,390 06 

Premium on schedule bond 6,029 40 

Income during year 756,066 92 

Total $982,637 10 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $597,405 57 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 36116 

Total paid to members $597,766 73 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 27,764 38 

Insurance Department fees, $841.GS; medical expense, $661.35 1,503 03 

Miscellaneous, $11,140.32; official publication, $22,178.20 33,319 03 

Salaries of officers, $9,300.00; other compensation of of- 
ficers, $13,399.00 22,699 55 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 18,416 05 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise; postage, express, telegraph and telephone 18,403 36 

Rent, $2,484.00; advertising and printing, $7,625.52 10,109 52 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 

salaries or commissions, legal litigation expense 1,779 08 

Furniture and fixtures, $788.20; lodge supplies, $12,594.75... 13,382 95 

Disbursements during year 745,143 68 

Balance $237,493 42 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks $237,493 42 

Total net ledger assets $237,493 42 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Furniture, fixtures and safes, $8,915.96; supplies, printed 
matter, statiouery, $11,800.14; mailing list, t.vpe, etc., 
$6,709.35 $27,425 45 



Total non-ledger assets 27,425 45 



Gross assets $264,918 87 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $27,425 45 



Total 27,425 45 



• Total admitted assets $237,493 42 

LIAIilLITIES. 
Losses reported, $70,500.00; losses resisted, $26,500.00 $97,000 00 



Total actual liabilities 97,000 00 



Balance $140,493 42 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $68,000 00 



Total due from members $68,000 00 

Net amount due from members 68,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 97,347 $105,325,750 00 2,756 $2,775 000 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 21,544 23,246,750 00 915 887,500 00 



Total 118,891 $128,572,500 00 3,671 $3,662,500 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 3,298 3,683,250 00 160 166,750 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 115,593 $124,889,250 00 3,511 $3,495,750 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates •• 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 781^ 92,500 00 1 500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 578 615,500 00 18 16,500 00 



Total 656% $708,000 OO 19 $17,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year ' 560^4 $597,405 57 17 15,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 578 615,500 00 IS 16,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 2,720 2,726,250 00 146 135,000 00 



800 



UNITED ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, R. C. Slierrard. Secretary, Geo. W. Blaim. 

Incorporated February 28, 1893; reincorporated 1901. Commenced business April, 1893. 

Home OlBce, 106 Mason St., Milwauliee, Wis. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



6,146 12 



$342,606 59 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $10,876 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 16,082 10 

Assessments: Mortuary, $111,227.40; expense, $29,549.44 .... 140,776 84 

Term insurance receipts 22 45 

Total paid by members 167,757 39 

Interest 7,207 95 

Cash received from all other sources 1,495 13 

Income during year 176,460 47 

Total 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $108,112 33 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 17 08 

Total paid to members $108,129 41 

Commissions and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

organization account 23.551 27 

Salaries of officers, $4,757.63; other compensation of officers, 

traveling expenses, $669.16 5,426 79 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,765 23 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 10,701 98 

Rent, $660.00; advertising and printing, $1,905.79 2,565 79 

All other items 18,708 07 

Disbursements during year $170,848 54 

Balance $171,758 05 

♦ 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first lions) on real estate $6,100 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 156,80144 

Contingent fund 535 00 

Cash deposits in banks 8,32161 

Total net ledger assets $171,758 05 



301 t 

NON-LKDGBR ASSETS. 

Interest due, $350.00; accrued, $2,656.36 $3,006 36 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 3,680 16 

Furniture, fixtures and safes; supplies, printed matter, 

stationery 1,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 7,686 52 



Gross assets $179,444 57 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes; supplies, printed matter, 

stationery $1,000 00 

Total 1,000 00 



Total admitted assdits $178,444 57 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due, $500.00; losses in process of ad- 
justment, $6,750.00 $7,250 00 

Losses resisted 4,000 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued, com- 
mission and medical examiners' fees 1,520 98 

Advance assessments, $115.18 115 18 

Total actual liabilities 12,886 16 



Balance $165,558 41 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR BOLICIES. 

■ IBusineos'in State of 
Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning; of year) 11,659 $12,193,000 00 544 $459,000 00 

Policies or certificates written during' the 

year 4,014 3,941,000 00 449 364,000 00 

Total 15,673 $16,134,000 00 993 $823,000 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year.... 2,289 2,061,000 00 326 263,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 13,384 $14,073,0(10 00 667 $560,000 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 10 5,750 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 113 119,250 00 3 1,750 00 

Total 123 $125,000 00 3 $1,750-00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 102^^ 108.112 33 3 1.750 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 99 114,000 00 2 1,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 2,190 $1,947,000 00 324 261,500 00 



302 



UNITED ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CROSS. 

rresldeut, Jas. P. Burlingame. Secretary, William R. Cooper. 

lucorpoiKited July 4, 1876. Commencecl business July 4, 1876. 

Home OflBce, Empire Building, Kuoxville, Tenn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $115,513 92 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Ten per cent, of assessments paid by Home Circle mem- 
bers in October and November transferred to expense 

fund $1,215 22 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 1,092 98 

Assessments: . Mortuary, $443,458.48; expense, $40,155.37 483,613 85 

Subordinate commandery fines 63 71 

Total paid by members $486,265 26 

Interest, $3,839.59; rent, $1S1.S0 4,02139 

Home Circle funds transferred, $12,557.26; Home Circle 
mortgage bonds transferred, $3,695.00; Home Circle ex- 
pense fund transferred, $910.86 17,163 12 

Cash received from all other sources 424 47 

Income during year $507.874 24 

Total $623,388 16 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $440,958 02 

Total paid to members $440,958 02 

Commissions aad fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 17,488 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments .. 843 38 
Salaries of officers, $8,451.06; other compensation of officers, 

$1,018.35 9,469 41 

Salai-ies and other compensation of office employes 5,049 98 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 1,24150 

Rent, $894.00; advertising and printing, $860.10 1,554 10 

Advance to officers and agents to be repaid out of future 

salaries or commissions, legal expenses 1,58103 

All other items 6,015 83 

Disbursements during year 484,20125 

Balance $139,186 91 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $6,500 00 
Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate, $3,000.00; 

second lien, $695.00 3,695 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 45,550 00 

Cash in office 325 78 

Cash deposits in banks 83,116 13 

Total net ledger assets $139,186 91 



303 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

luterest due, $28.46; accrued, $570.83 $599 29 

Market value of i-eal estate over cost and incumbrances.. 3,250 00 



Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 



3,849 29 



same to market value, bonds 

Total 

Total admitted assets 



$2,300 00 



$143,036 20 



2,300 00 
$140,736 20 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid (20 claims) $22,812 30 

Losses in process of adjustment (24) 32,705 70 

Losses resisted (2) 4,000 00 

All other 359 58 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



59,877 58 



$80,858 62 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $37,116 11 



Net amount due from members 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 
Tolicies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year), 1S05 18,392 $20,621,250 00 

Home Circle membership merged with U. 

O. G. C, 1906 1,799 2,276,224 97 . 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 1906 2,170 1,389,000 00 

Increased, 1906 58,922 14 . 



!7,116 11 



Business in State of 
Indiana. 
Amount. 



No. 
456 



151 



Total 22,361 $24,345,397 11 

Deduct number and amount which hare 
ceased to be in force during the year 
1906 2,351 2,180,819 97 



607 



107 



$483,000 00 



85,250 00 
1,000 00 



$69,250 00 



69,250 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1906 .... 20,010 $22,164,577 14 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 16 18,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year 1906 353 481,976 02 



500 $500,000 00 



Total 369 $500,476 02 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 1906 323 440.958 02 

Policies or certificates terminated by death, 

1906 ., 353 481,976 03 

Policies or certificates terminated by lap^e, 

190« 1,998 1,698,84395 



8,500 00 
$8,500 00 
8,500 00 
8,500 00 
60,750 00 



304 



WOMEN'S ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, Elizabeth Kodgers. Secretary, Julia H. McDonnell. 

Incorporated January 31, 1894. Commenced business July, 1891. 

Home Office, 79 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets, December 31st, of previous year $307,149 58 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,250 00 

Annual dues, per capita tax, etc 48,33143 

Assessments, mortuary 489,714 55 

All other payments by members, convention 32,199 19 

Totalpaid by members $572,495 17 

Interest, $8,955.38 8,955 38 

Cash received from all other sources 7,209 30 

Income during year $588,659 85 

Total '. $895,809 43 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Losses and claims paid $483,387 00 

Total paid to members $483,387 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission. 2,300 00 

Salaries of officers 5,749 80 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,657 57 

Rent, $1,399 92; advertising and printing, $5,250.19 6,650 11 

All other items 61,645 33 

Disbursements during year 564,389 81 

Balance $331,419 62 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $110,60109 

Cash in office 9,77164 

Cash deposits in banks 211,046 89 

Total net ledger assets $331,419 62 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Rents accrued $1,810 17 

Other items 54,468 00 

Total non-lodger assets 56,278 17 

Gross assets $387,697 79 



305 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses duo and unpaid (27) $26,300 00 

Losses adjusted, not due (00 67,000 00 

Losses resisted (2) •.. 3,000 00 

Tola! actual lialiiliticS 



$06,300 00 



16,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CEUTIFICATES OK POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
I'olicies or certilicates in force Deceml)cr 31 

(beginning of year), 1905 47,998 $50,869,000 00 181 $798,000 00 

I'olicies or certificates written during ibe 

year 1906 4,900 5,006,16100 32 35,000 00 

Total 52,898 $.55,875,16100 813 $833,000 00 

Deduct nunilier and amount which have 
ceased to lie in force during the year 
1905 1,599 1,640,000 00 16 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year), 1905 .... 51,299 $54,235,16100 797 $817,000 00 
Losses and claims on policies or certificates 
unpaid December 31 (beginning of year), 

1905 68 72,500 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during yea r 1905 465 507,187 00 1 

Total 533 $579,687 00 1 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 444 483,387 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 465 507,187 00 1 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 1,134 1,134,000 00 15 



1,000 00 



$1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,500 00 



306 



SOVEREIGX CAMP OF THE WOODjMEN OF THE 

WORLD. 

President, Joseph C. Root. Secretary, John T. Yates. 

Incorported January 1, 1891. Commenced business January 1, 1S91. 

Home Office, Cor. Fifteenth and Howard Sts., Omaha, Neb. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $3,120,831 14 

Add items not heretofore included in ledger assets 58,447 22 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount of membership fees $98,052 40 

Assessments: Mortuary, $3,617,679,35; expense, $556,566.02.. 4,174,245 37 
All other payments by members: 

Assessments, emei-gency $463,805 03 

General relief fund, voluntary contributions 17,715 08 

Falkenburg Monument fund, contributions.. 552 66 

Surety bonds camp officers 8,249 75 



Total all other payments by members 490,3^ 52 



Total paid by members 4,762,620 29 

Interest, $130,187.98; rent, $16,958,25 147,146 2S 

Cash received from all other sources: 

Profit on sale of bonds $40 48 

Protested checks (reimbursed) 3,59173 

National Surety Co. for losses 2,705 10 

Bronze tablets for monuments sold 3,984 00 

Miscellaneous receipts 2,644 91 

Sale of Camp supplies 11,444 79 

Official publication 5,815 86 



Total cash received from other sources.. 30,226 87 



Income during year $4,939,993 39 



Total $8,119,271 75 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Losses and claims paid $2,770,700 95 

Total permanent disability claims , 6,000 00 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 16,807 85 

Monuments 207,805 00 



Total paid to members $3,001,313 80 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

deputies on account of fees and dues $291,220 88 

Salaries and other compensation of committees 5,965 59 

Salaries of officers, $15,933.34; other compensation of of- 
ficers, none 15,933 34 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 93,556 bd 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members 

or otherwise 8,063 80 

Rent, .$7,338.00; taxes, $12,359.69; advertising and printing, 

$48,290.09 67,987 78 



307 

All other Items: 

Claim department, $7,461.32; Falkenburg 

mouumeut, $54.80 $7,51(5 12 

General relief fund, $8,860.55; tax on funii- 

ture, $564.09 9,424 64 

National Surety Co., premium ou surety 

bonds 6,500 75 

Bronze tablets for mouuineurs bought 3,590 00 

Legislation, $945.78; premiums, $5,036.56 5,982 34 

Boys of Woodcraft 662 60 

Child Saving Institute 5145 

National Fraternal Sanatorium 75 30 

Miscellaneous traveling expense 404 50 

Miscellaneous expense : 6,076 94 

Compensation of Board of Sov. Managers... 5,027 18 

Traveling expense 10,937 20 

Insurance Department fees 1,084 80 

Postage, express, telegraph and telephone.. 27,768 51 

Camp supplies 13,260 11 

Official publication 61,915 28 

Expense of Supreme Lodge meeting 17 16 

Furniture and fixtures 3,649 09 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets, 

amortization of premiums on Ijonds 22,808 91 

Total all other items 197,306 09 

Disbursements during year 3,681,348 13 

Balance $4,437,923 62 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $112,875 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 3,734,949 41 

Deputies' ledger balances, $378.94; bills receivable, none.. 378 94 

Inventory, $53,170.47; due from Camps and others, $988.27.. 54,158 74 

Cash in office 12,994 11 

Cash deposits in banks 522,567 42 

Total net ledger assets '... $4,437,923 62 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, none; accrued, $23,735.36 $23,735 36 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances... $47,125 00 

Total non-ledger assets 70,860 36 

Gross assets $4,508,783 98 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, $25,242.09; supplies, printed 

matter, stationery, $27,928.38 $53,170 47 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to market value 22,323 75 

Total 75,494 22 

Total admitted assets $4,433,289 76 



308 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $4,926 36 

Losses adjusted, not due, none; losses in process of adjust- 
ment, $157,225.00 157,225 00 

Losses reported, $248,250.00; losses resisted, $29,758.00 278,008 00 

Total disability claims reported, $43,200.00; disc. 4 per cent. 37,273 17 
Advance assessments, $50,427.75; bonus or dividend obliga- 
tions, none 50,427 75 

Unpaid monuments 134,900 OO 



Total actual liabilities 662,760 28 



Balance $3,770 529 48 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assets collected by subordinate Camps not yet turned over to Soy. 

Camp (estimated) $420,000 00 



Net amount due from members $420,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in State of 

Total Business. , Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount.] 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 274,592 $394,597,700 00 5,133 $6,578,800 00 

Policies or certificates written during the 

year 86,883 106,675,800 00 1,598 1,740,300 00 



Total 361,475 $501,273,500 00 6,731 $8,319,100 00 

Deduct number and amount which have 

ceased to be in force during the year 30,775 36,123,400 00 770 773,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 330,720 $465,150,100 00 5,961 $7,545,600 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

unpaid December 31 (beginning of year).. 270 449,567 66 4 6,300 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

incurred during year ;... 2,299 3,429,300 00 34 41,400 00 



Total 2,569 $3,878,867 66 38 $47,700 00 

Losses and claims on policies or certificates 

paid during year 2,213 2,978,505 95 35 40,950 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death.. 2,299 3,429,300 00 34 41,400 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 28,456 33,334,400 00 736 732,100 00 



INDEX. 



INDIANA FIRE COMPANIES. 

American Mamifjieturors Mutual, Indianapolis 4, 38, 104 

Firemen and Mechanics, Madison 4, 38, 106 

German Fire of Indiana 4, 38, 109 

Grain Dealers National Mutual Fire, Indianapolis 4, 38, 110 

Indianapolis German Mutual 4, 38, 121 

Indiana Millers Mutual, Indianapolis 4, 38, IIG 

Indiana Lumberman's Mutual, Indianapolis 4, 38, 114 

Indianapolis Fire 4, 38, 118 

Implement and Vehicle Manufacturers Mutual Fire. Indpls... 4, .38, 112 

Indiana State Fire 4, 38 

Metal Manufacturers Mutual Fire 4, 38 

FIRE AND FIRE AND MARINE COMPANIES OF OTHER STArES. 

Aetna, Hartford 4, 38 

Agricultural, Watertown, N. Y 4, 38 

American Central, St. Louis 4, 38 

American, Newark 4, 38 

Allemannia Fire. Pittsburg 4, 38 

Ben Franklin, Allegheny 4, 38 

Boston Insurance 4, 38 

Buffalo Commercial 4, 38 

Buffalo German 4, 38 

Calumet Insurance Co., Chicago 4, 38 

Camden Fire ... 4. 38 

Central Manufacturers aiutnnl. Van Wert. 4, 38 

Citizens, St. Louis 4, 38 

City of New York " 4, 39 

Colonial Assurance, New Y'ork 4, 39 

Cohunbia, Jersey City .5, 30 

Commerce, Albany. N. Y 5, 39 

Concordia Fire. Milwaukee 5, 39 

Connecticut Fire, Hartford 5, 39 

Continental, New York 5, 39 

Cosmopolitan, New Y'ork 5, 39 

Delaware. Philadelphia 5, 39 

Detroit Fire and Marine 5, 39 

Dixie Fire. Greensboro, N. C 5, 39 

Dubuque Fire and Marine, Dubuque, la 5, 39 

Equitable Fire and Maiine, Providence, R. 1 5, 39 

Farmers Fire, York, Pa 5, 39 

(309) 



310 



Franklin Fire, Philadelphia 

Fire Association, Philadelphia 

Fidelity Fire, New York 

Firemans Fund, San Francisco. 

Firemens, Newark 

Firemens Fund Insurance Corporation, San Francisco. 

Georgia Home, Columbus, Ga 

German Fire, Pittsburg 

German Fire, Peoria 

German American, N. Y 

German Alliance, N. Y 

Germania Fire, N. Y 

Glens Falls, N. Y 

Girard Fire and Marine, Philadelphia 

Globe and Rutgers, N. Y 

Hamilton Fire, N. Y 

Hartford Fire, Conn 

Hanover Fire, N. Y 

Home, N. Y 

Home Fire and Marine, San Francisco 

Humboldt Fire and Marine, Allegheny 

Indemnity Fire, N. Y 

Insurance Co. of North America, Philadelphia 

Insurance Co. of State of Illinois, Rock Island 

Insurance Co. of State of Pa., Philadelphia 

Jefferson Fire, Philadelphia 

Lumber Mutual Fire, Boston, Mass 

Lumbermans Mutual, Mansfield, O 

Mechanics and Traders, New Orleans 

Metropolitan Fire, Chicago 

Michigan Commercial, Lansing 

Michigan Fire and Marine, Detroit 

Michigan Millers Mutual Fire, Lansing 

Millers Mutual Fire, Alton, 111 

Milwaukee Fire 

Milwaukee Mechanics 

National, Allegheny ■. 

National Fire, Hartford 

National Lumber, Buffalo 

National Union Fire, Pittsburg 

New .Jersey Fire, Camden, N. J 

Newark Fire 

New Brunswick Fire, N. .J , 

New Hampshire Fire. Manchester, N. IT 

Niagara Fire, N. Y 

North British and Mercantile, N. Y 

Northwestern Fire and Marine, Minneapolis 

Northern, N. Y 

North River. N. Y 

Northwestern National, Milwaukee 



5, 


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39 


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311 

Ohio Farmers, LeRoy, O 

Ohio Goruiau Fire, Toledo, O 

Orieut, Hartford 

Old Colony, Boston 

Pacific Fire, N. Y 

Peunsylvauia Fire, Philadelphia 

Pheuix, Brooklyn 

Phoenix, Hartford 

Pelican Assurance, N. Y 

Providenco-Wushiugton, Providence 

Queen, N. Y 

Reliance, Philadelphia 

Rochester German 

Security, New Haven 

Shawnee Fire, Topeka 

Sun, New Orleans 

Southern Insurance Co. of New Orleans 

Springtield Fire and Marine 

Spring Garden, Philadelphia •. • • 

St. Paul Fire and Marine 

Teutonia Fire and Marine, Dayton, O 

Union, Philadelphia 

United Firemeus, Philadelphia 

United States Fire, N. Y 

Virginia State, Richmond, Va 

Westchester Fire, N. Y 

Western, Pittsburg 

Western Reserve, Cleveland 

Williamsburg City Fire, Brooklyn 

FOREIGN FIRE COMPANIES. 

Aachen and Munich, Aix-la-Ohappelle, Ger 7 

Atlas Assurance, London 7 

British America, Toronto 7 

Caledonian, Edinburgh 7 

Commercial Union, London 7 

Cologne Re-Insurance 7 

First Russian Insurance Co., St. Petersburg 7, 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire 7 

Liverpool and London and Globe, Liverpool 7 

London Assurance 7 

London and Lancashire Fire, London 7 

Munich Re-Insurauce 7 

Moscow Fire 7 

Northern Assurance, London 7 

North British and Mercantile, London 7 

Norwich Union 7 

Palatine, London 7, 

Phoenix Assurance, London 7 



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41 


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7, 


41 


7, 


41 


7, 


41 


7, 


41 


7, 


41 


7, 


41 


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41 


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312 

Prussian National. Stettin, Ger 7, 42 

Reliance Marine. Liverpool 7, 42 

Rossia, St. Petersburg 8, 42 

Russian Re-Insurance, St. Petersburg 8, 42 

Roj'al, Liverpool 8, 42 

Royal Exchange, London 8, 42 

Scottish Union and National, Edinburgh 8, 42 

Sun Insurance Office, London 8, 42 

State Fire, Liverpool 8, 42 

Svea Fire and Life, Gothenburg . 8, 42 

Union Assurance, London 8, 42 

Western Assurance, Toronto 8, 42 

MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES. 

INDIAIVA COMPAISTIES. 

Continental Casualty Co., Hammond 8, 61, 124 

Indiana and Ohio Live Stock Co., Crawfordsville 8, 61, 132 

Federal Union Surety Co., Indianapolis 8, 61, 128 

Woodmans Modern Protective Association, Indianapolis 8 

OTHER STATES AKD FOKEIGlSr COUNTRIES. 

Aetna Life (Accident) , Hartford 8, 61 

Aetna Indemnity Co., Hartford 8, 61 

American Bonding Co., Baltimore. 8, 61 

American Fidelity, Moutpelier 8, 61 

American Surety Co., N. Y 8, 61 

American Credit Indemnity Co., N. Y 8, 61 

Bankers Surety Co., Cleveland 8, 61 

Casualty Co. of America, N. Y 8, 61 

Central Accident, Pittsburg. 8, 61 

Commonwealth Casualty Co., Philadelphia 8, 61 

Empire State Surety, N. Y 9, 61 

Employers Liability, London 9, 61 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass, Frankfort, Ger.. 9, 61 

Fidelity and Casualtj^ Co., N. Y 9, 61 

Fidelity and Deposit Co., Baltimore 9, 61 

Federal Casualty Co., Detroit 9, 61 

General Accident Assurance Corporation, Perth, Scot 9, 62 

General Accident Insurance Co., Philadelphia 9, 62 

Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity, N. Y 9, 62 

Hartford Steam Boiler • 9, 62 

Illinois Surety Co., Chicago 9, 62 

Lloyds Plate Glass, N. Y 9, 62 

London Guarantee and Accident, London 9, 62 

Maryland Casualty Co., Baltimore 9, 62 

Metropolitan Plate Glass and Casualty Co., N. Y 9, 62 

Metropolitan Surety, N. Y 9, 62 

National Casualty Co., Detroit 9, 62 



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National Surety Co., N. Y 

Now Auistt'i'iliun Cusiialty Co., N. Y 

New Jersey I'late Glass, Newark 

New York Plate Glass 

North American Accident, Cliicajio 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Loudon 

Pacific Mutual Life (Accident), San Francisco 

Philadelphia Casualty Co., Philadelphia 

I'hoenix I'referred Accident, Detroit 

I'referred Accident. N. Y 

Standard Life and Accident, Detroit 

Title Guaranty and Surety Co., Scranton, l*a 

Travelers ludenniity Co., Hartford 

Travelers (Accident), Ilai'tford 

United States Casualty Co., N. Y 

United States Guarantee Co., N. Y 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., Baltimore 

United States Health and Accident, Saginaw, Mich 

United Surety Co., Baltimore 

LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

INDIANA COMPANIES. 

American Central Life, Indianajiolis 10, 75, 136 

Central Union Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 141 

Commercial Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 145 

Iloosier State Life, Marion 10, 75, 148 

Indianapolis Life 10. 7.5, 152 

Indiana National Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 150 

Intermediate Life, Evansville 10, 75, 155 

Interstate Life. Indianapolis 10, 75, 159 

Intermediate Life Assurance, Evansville. 10, 75 

.Jefferson Life. Indianapolis 10, 75 

Lafayette Life 10, 75, 164 

Liberal Life, Anderson 10, 75, 168 

Lincoln National Life, Fort Wayne 10, 75, 172 

Majestic Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 176 

Meridian Life and Trust Co.. Indianapolis 10, 75, ISO 

Peoples' Life, Frankfort 10. 202 

Reliable Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 185 

Reserve Loan Life, Indiana] »olis 10, 75, 189 

Reliable Life Assurance, Indianapolis 10 

State Life, Indianapolis 10, 75, 104 

South Bend Life 10 

LIFK COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES. 

Aetna Life. Hartford 

American Assurance, Philnd(>lphi;i 

Berkshire lafo, Pittslield 

Columbia National Life, Boston 



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314 



Connecticut Mutual Life, Hartford 

Equitable Life of Iowa, Des Moines 

Equitable Life, N. Y 

Federal Life, Chicago 

Fidelity Mutual Life, Pliiladelpbia 

Germania Life, N. Y 

Home Life, N. Y 

Hartford Life 

John Hancock Mutual Life, Boston 

Life Insurance Co. of Virginia, Richmond 

Manhattan Life, N. Y 

Massachusetts Mutual Life, Springfield 

Metropolitan Life, N, Y 

Michigan Mutual Life, Detroit 

Mutual Life of New York 

Mutual Benefit Life, NewaiTi 

Mutual Reserve Life, N. Y 

National Life of the U. S. A., Chicago 

National Life, Montpelier 

National Life and Accident, Nashville 

New England Mutual Life, Boston 

New York Life 

North American Life, Newark 

Northwestern Mutual Life, Milwaukee 

Pacific Mutual Life, Cal 

Penn Mutual Life, Philadelphia 

Prudential, Newark 

Phoenix Mutual Life, Hartford. 

Provident Savings Life, N. Y 

Provident Life and Trust, Philadelphia 

Reliance Life, Pittsburg : 

Royal Union Mutual Life, Des Moines 

Scandia Life, Chicago 

Security Mutual Life, Binghampton 

Security liife Insurance Co. of America, Richmond, Va. 

State Mutual Life, Worcester, Mass 

Travelers, Hartford 

Union Central Life, Cincinnati 

Union Mutual Life, Portland, Me 

United States Life, N. Y 

United States Annunity and Life, Chicago 

Western and Southern Life, Cincinnati 



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77 


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77 



ASSESSMENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS. 

INDIANA ASSOCIATIONS. 

American Miners Accident, Indianapolis 12, 86, 206 

Central Mutual Insurance Co., Evausville 12, 86, 208 

Citizens Health and Accident, South Bend V2 

Capital Life of Indiana, Indianapolis 12 



315 

Fort Wayne Mercantile : 12, 86, 210 

Great Western Life, Indianapijlis 12, 86, 200 

Home Accident and Health, South Bend 12, 86, 212 

Hoosier Casualty Co., Indianapolis 12 

Indiana Benefit Association, New All)any 12, 86, 214 

Indiana Casualty, Earl Bark 12, 86, 216 

Indiana Life Endowment, Evansville 12, 86, 201 

Indiana Mutual Life, Indianapolis 12, 86 

Indiana TraA'elers Accident, Indianapolis 12, 86, 218 

Industrial Sick and Accident, Terre Haute 12 

Middle State Indemnity Co., Monticello 12 

Postal Accident, South Bend 12 

Union Mutual Benefit, Evansville 12 

Union Life Insurance Co., Madison 12 

Western Life Annuity Co., Indianapolis 12 

Western Reserve Life, Muneie , .12, 86, 20.3 



ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

American Health and Accident, Detroit 

Bankers Life, Des Moines 

Brotherhood Accident, Boston 

Commercial Mutual Accident, Philadelphia 

Fidelity Accident and Protective, Saginaw, Mich 

Imperial Casualtj' Co., Detroit 

Loyal Protective Association, Boston 

Masonic Protective, Worcester, Mass 

Merchants Life, Burlington. Iowa 

Michigan Home and Hospital, Grand Rapids 

National Accident Society, N. Y 

National Life, Des ^loines 

Red :Mens Fraternal Accident, Westfield, Mass 

Ridgely Protective Association, Worcester 

Travelers Protective Association of America, St. Louis. 

United States Accident, Detroit 

Woodmens Accident, Lincoln 

Workingmeus Mutual Protective, Benton Harbor 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS. 

INDIANA ASSOCIATIONS. 

Catholic Benevolent League, Ft. Wayne 13, 98, 222 

Home Defenders of America, Brazil 1,3, 98, 224 

I. O. Foresters of America, Crown Point 13, 98, 226 

I. O. Knights of Pythias, Indianapolis 13, 98, 227 

Knights and Ladies of Honor, Indianapolis 13. 98. 228 

Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur, Crawfordsville 13, 98, 230 



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FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

Ancient Order of Gleaners, Caro, Mich 13 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Des Moines 13 

Catholic Knights of America, St. Louis 13 

Catholic Order of Foresters, Chicago 13, 

Catholic Benevolent Legion, Brooklyn 13, 

Court of Honor, Springfield 13 

Fraternal Aid, Lawrence, Kas 13 

I. O. Foresters, Toronto 13, 

Ivnights of Columbus, New Haven 13 

Knights of Maccabees, Port Huron 13 

Kniglits of Modern Maccabees, Port Huron 13 

Knights of Pythias, Chicago 13 

Knights of Honor, St. Louis 13 

Knights and Ladies of Security, Topeka 13 

Ladies of Maccabees, Port Huron 13 

Ladies of Modern Maccabees, Ann Arbor 14 

Loyal Americans of Republic, Springfield 14 

Modern Woodmen of America, Rock Island 14, 

Modern American Fraternal Order, Effingham 14 

National Benevolent Society, Kansas City, Mo 14 

National Union, Toledo, O 14, 

North American Union, Chicago 14 

Order Mutual Protection, Chics^go 14 

Pathfinder, Cleveland 14 

Plattdeutsche Grot Glide, Chicago 14 

Protected Home Circle, Sharon 14 

Royal Fraternal Union, St. Louis 14, 

Royal Arcamim, Boston 14, 

Royal League, Chicago 14, 

Royal Neighbors of America. Rock Island 14, 

Supreme Court of Honor, Springfield 

Supreme Conclave Order Heptasophs, Baltimore 14, 

Sovereign Camp Woodmen of World, Omaha 14 

United Order of Foresters, Milwaukee 14, 

United Order Golden Cross, Knoxville 14 

Womens Catholic Order Foresters, Chicago 14 



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INDIANA 



Building and Loan Association 
Department 



1907 



JOHN C. BILLHEIMER 

AUDITOR OF STATE 

CHARLES C. KELLEY 

CHIEF CLERK 



INDIANAPOLIS 

WM. B. BURPORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 
1907 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION DEPARTMENT. 



There are 357 Building Associations in the State. Of 
these 21 are in process of liquidation and the affairs of 
five are being wound up by receivers. 

During the year ending June 30, 1907, twenty associa- 
tions closed their affairs and retired from business and 
fifteen new associations were organized. 

Reports were filed by 334 associations. The assets of the 
associations have increased $1,838,853.72 over preceding 
year. The loans have increased $1,742,019.26. 

The reports show that the associations still in actual busi- 
ness are in a prosperous condition. 

Lists of the new associations, those retiring from busi- 
ness, those in process of liquidation and in receivers' hands 
follow. Also comparative statements showing the condition 
of the associations June 30, 1906, and June 30, 1907, to- 
gether with statements showing conditions of each associa- 
tion reporting June 30 last. 

NEW ASSOCIATIONS. 



COUNTY. 


LOCATION. 


NAME. 


Boone 

Dubois 

Dubois 

Clinton 

Henry 

Henry 

Laporte .... 

Marion 

Marion 

Pike 

Starke 

Vigo 

Vigo 

Vanderburgh 
Warrick. . . . 


Thomtown. . . 
Columbia. .... 
Huntingburg. . 

Stockwell 

Kniglitstown. . 

New Castle . . . 
Michigan City. 
Indianapolis. . 
Indianapolis. . 
Petersburg. . . . 
North Judson. 
Terre Haute . . 
Terre Haute . . 
Evansville. . . . 
Chandler 


Investors Savings and Loan Association. 
Building and Loan Association. 
Citizens Loan Association No. 2. 
Building and Loan Association. 
Kniglitstown Building, Loan and Savings Asso- 
ciation. 
New Castle Building and Loan Association. 
Citizens Building, Loan and Savings Association. 
Union Building and Loan Association. 
Madison Avenue Savings and Loan Association. 
Hoosier Building and Loan Association. 
Perpetual Building and Loan Association. 
Real Estate Building and Loan Association. 
German Savings and Loan Association. 
Mutual Savings and Loan Association. 
Chandler Building and Loan Association. 



(3) 



RETIRING ASSOCIATIONS. 



Blackford . 
Boone .... 

Cass 

Clinton . . . 
Clinton. . . 
Floyd .... 
Greene .... 
Marion. . . 
Marion. . . . 
Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Marion. . . . 

Pike 

Posey 

St. Joseph. 



Hartford City 
ThorntowB. . 
Logansport. . 
Frankfort. . . 
Frankfort . . . 
New ^\lbany . 

Linton 

Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 

Indianapolis . 
Petersburg. . . 
Mt. Vernon. . 
South Bend. . 



Blackford BuUding and Loan Association. 
Peoples Building and Loan Association. 
Bridge City Building and Loan Association. 
American Building and Loan Association. 
Andes Building and Loan Association. 
Hoosier Loan Association. 
Linton Building and Loan Association. 
Fraternal BuUding and Loan Association. 
Indiana Mutual BuUding and Loan Association. 
Indiana Mutual BuUding and Loan Association 

No. 2. 
Indiana Mutual BuUding and Loan Association 

No. 3. 
Indiana Mutual BuUding and Loan Association 

-No. 4. 
Indiana Mutual BuUding and Loan Association 

No. 5. 
Madison Avenue Savings and Loan Association 

No. 7. 
Madison Avenue Savings and Loan Association 

No. 8. _ 
State BuUding and Loan Association. 
Phoenix BuUding and Loan Association. 
Germania Loan and Savings Association. 
LaSalle BuUding and Loan Association. 






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A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. 



Showing the Assets and'^Liabilities, Receipts and Disbursements, Num- 
ber OF Shares Issued, Withdrawn and Loaned Upon, and the Member- 
ship OF THE Building and Loan Associations of Indiana for the Years 
Ending June 30, 1906, and June 30. 1907. 



Receipts. 



1907. 



Cash on hand June 30 

Dues on runmng stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid . . 

Loans on stock or pass book security repaid . 

Loans on other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium .- 

Fines 

Forfeitures 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft 

Miscellaneous 





8985,557 53 


SI, 207, 357 17 


8 


,843,351 15 


9,693,401 85 


1 


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1,445,87 67 




981,908 30 


1,904,585 69 


6 


,511,830 70 


6,598,195 17 




964,062 17 


883,693 46 
288,032 93 


1 


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1,917,962 31 




390,621 42 


115,129 90 




30,071 99 


15,806 44 




3,974 71 


364 65 




24,706 72 


20,901 05 




8,893 69 


5,268 78 


1 


,319,278 88 


1,200,143 50 




227,312 55 


261,316 39 




29,093 25 


19,063 95 




11,015 05 


2,073 36 




468,788 03 


848,671 21 



Total §24,044,859 28 I $26,427,846 48 



Disbursements. 



1907 



Loans on mortgage security j $8,252,913 54 

Loans on stock or pass book security j 813 ,364 67 

Loans on other security ! 277,444 16 

Withdrawals of running stock and dividends ' 6,640,442 99 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid stock and dividends .J 1 ,516,490 66 

Withdrawal deposits and dividends 687,222 10 

Matured stock , I 1,647,872 48 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid stock and deposits j 299,162 63 

Expenses, as per schedule j 289,024 69 

Borrowed money repaid | 1 ,382 ,563 44 

Interest on borrowed money ; 116,184 73 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrowers I 25 ,222 79 

Real estate i 90,263 16 

Miscellaneous j 766,636 00 

Cash on hand June 30 | 1,240,051 24 

Total ii,$24,044,859 28 



$9 , 180 

829 

493 

7,255 

2,665 

746 

1,277 

298 

300 

1,364 

205 

33 

96 

97 

1,583 



,918 51 
,169 26 
,519 84 
,158 30 
,283 43 
,097 64 
,512 34 
,586 58 
,428 73 
,642 96 
,837 12 
,176 64 
,471 40 
,203 63 
,840 10 



§24,044,859 28 



1906. 



1907. 



Cash on hand June 30 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book security 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Sheriff's ceitificates and judgments. . 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



$1,240,051 24 

26,959,854 56 

1 ,364,424 23 

998,872 05 

31,354 10 

674,369 64 

30,801 19 

43,081 74 

858,445 16 



$1,583,840 10 

28,715,642 24 

1,350,655 81 

1,041,255 17 

28,222 30 

525,540 62 

19,145 35 

42,112 22 

733,704 02 



$32;201,253 91 $34,040,117 83 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running stock. . . 
Paid-up and prepaid stocl< and dividends 

Depf)sits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Fund for continRent losses 

Undivided jirofits •. 

Borrowed money 

Due on loans 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



1906. 



$22,781,518 04 

5,078,635 42 

1,272,865 03 

120,997 44 

448,543 86 

846,926 75 

1,054,949 27 

133,310 71 

463,507 39 



1907. 



$23,713,631 60 

5,141,843 33 

2,089,107 23 

97,139 89 

546,315 35 

812,689 48 

1.142,292 87 

28,762 08 

468,336 00 



$32,201,253 91 



S34,040,H7 83 



Membership. 



1906. 



1907. 



Investing members 

Borrowing members 

Total 

Authorized capital stock 

Capital stock subscribed and in force 



58,995 
38,533 



97,528 



75,242 
42,732 



117,974 



$189,949,500 00 
64,863,296 76 



$195,790,000 00 
74,658,148 00 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



DECATUR LOAN ASSOCIATION OF DECATUR. 

ERASTUS FRITZINGER, President. D. G. M. TROUT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receiots. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 1906 $397 29 

Dues on running stock 754 00 

Ijoans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,1E0 00 

Interest 150 00 

rremium 130 28 



Disbursements. 

^Vithdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $2,409 76 

LSorrowed money repaid 6 30 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 165 51 



Total 



2,581 57 



Total 



2,581 57 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Caah ou hand .Juno 30, 1907 $165 51 

Loans on mortgage security 4,350 00 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $3,52156 

Borrowed money 993 95 



Total 



,515 51 



Total $4,515 51 



Shares of stock in force, 90; shares loaned on, 43i^; membership, 16. 



GERMAN BUILDING LOAN FUND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF DECATUR. 

JAMES T. MERRYMAN, President. F. M. SHIRMEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $5,313 45 

Dues on runninir stock 4,578 68 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 13,375 00 

Incerest 2,237 33 

Premium 1.574 70 

Fines 105 

Real estate 2,150 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 6 00 

Rent 229 75 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest on borrowed money and 
withdrawals 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Ileal estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$5,663 80 

18.800 00 

775 53 


1,874 72 


33 23 

2 45 

2,316 23 



Total $29,465 96 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,316 23 

Loans on mortgage security 26.800 00 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Real estate 3,411 36 

Due for insurance and taxes 33 23 

Delinquent list 2,443 35 

Total $35,064 17 Total $35,064 17 

Shares of stock in force, 580; shares of stock loaned on, 257; membership. 94. 



Total $29,465 26 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $29,189 00. 

Undivided profits 5,467 93 

Due on loai;s 20 71 

Expense fuiid 225 93 

Advance payments 160 60 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



ALLEN COUNTY LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF FORT WAYNE. 



GOTTLIEB HALLEK, l're«idoiit. 



E. W. COOK, Secretary. 



Conditiou June 30, li)07. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 190<! $23,628 59 

Duos on niuiiini;, stock 69,468 18 

I'aid-up and pn'ii'aid stock 36,68173 

Iioans on mortgage socnrity repaid 105,697 60 
Lorns on .<ftock or pass hook se- 
curity repaid 19,391 92 

Intirest 23,375 74 

licfundcr insurance and taxes 77176 



Total $279,015 52 

Assets. 

Casli on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $33,41105 

Loans on niortiyrage security 307,820 36 

Loans on s^tock or pass l)ook se- 
curity 25,622 71 

Due for insurance and taxes 1,534 27 

Misceiianeous account 8,274 27 



Totai $376,662 66 



Disbui'sements. 



Loans on mortgase security 

Loans on stock or pass Iwok se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals T)a)d-up and prepaid 
.stock and dividends 

Wilhdraval deposits and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stocK and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Sundry account 

Cash on hand .fuue 30, 1907 



$28,282 24 

22,124 OC 

68,829 01 

99,880 78 
3,309 11 

17,433 34 
2,282 14 

657 61 

2,806 18 

33,411 05 



Total $279,015 52 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ruiniing 
srock $171,599 61 

] 'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 191,245 22 

Deposits and dividends 12,382 47 

Misceiianeous account 1,435 36 



Total 



.$.376,662 66 



Shares of stock in force, 6,605; shares loaned on, 3,078; membership, 915. 



TEUTONIC BUILDING LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

FORT WAYNE. 
TAUL RICIITER, President. CARL J. WEBER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $707 69 

Dues on niiming stock 20,395 50 

Lo.uis on mortgage security repaid 8,950 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity rejiaid 1,150 00 

Le.ins on othei' security repaid 6,650 00 

Interest and premium 5,069 37 

Fines 12 92 

Membership fees 119 35 

r.o'-rowed money 16,000 00 

Real estate 1,100 00 

I'ayments on real estate 5 14 



Total $60,160 03 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $313 63 

Ivoans on mortgage security 54,250 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,750 00 

Loans on other security 13,450 00 



Total .?69,763 63 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $15,700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

c-urity 800 00 

Loans on other security 3.500 00 

W=thdrav,-als of running stock and 

dividends 11,513 33 

Matured stock 14,037 81 

Expenses, as per schedule 1,065 40 

Borrowed money repaid 12,600 00 

Interect on borrowed money 506 44 

Real estate 123 42 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 313 63 



Total $60,160 03 

Liabilities. 

running 



Dues and di%idends on 

stock 

Undivided profits 

I!orrowed inone\- 



, . $59,185 75 

577 88 

. . 10,000 00 



Total $69,763 63 



Shares of stock in force, l,536i^; shares of stock loaned on, 560; membership, 189. 



10 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



TRI-STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FORT WAYNE. 
GEO. W. PIXLEY, President. C. A. WILDING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 

Dues on running stocii 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage securitj' re- 
paid 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Real estate 

Ref under insurance and taxes — 

Rent 

Trust Compaiiy 



$101,955 72 

221,823 82 

19,220 00 

1,022,088 36 

329,726 27 

102,069 88 

122,257 4S 

28,266 56 

3,54G 00 

1,020 00 

10,250 00 



Total $1,962,224 09 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $308,980 73 

Loans on mortgage security 1,171,934 98 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 191,674 92 

Dae for insurance and taxes 10,065 32 

Due from Trust Company 421,649 23 



Loans on mortgage security $24,551 95 

lioans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 103,329 26 

Withdrawals of running 'stock 

and dividends 1,145,730 21 

Withdrawals- paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1.35,200 47 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 114,391 88 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 38,98161 

Expenses, as per schedule 10,692 31 

Insurance and taxes paid for 

borrowers 4,190 43 

Real estate 2,749 82 

I'rust Company 73,425 42 

Cash on hand -June 30, 1907 308,980 73 

Total $1,962,224 09 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $801.636 33 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 265.805 08 

Deposits and dividends 934,792 82 

Fund for contingent losses 85,687 31 

Undi-eided profits 16,383,64 



Total $2,104,305 18 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 20,997 shares of stock k)aned on, 11,717. 



2,104,305 18 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBUS. 
JOHN Q. DAVIDSON, President. JOHN STOBO, Secretary. 

Condition June SO, 3907. 
Receipts. ' Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid •_ 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Membership fees 

Transfer fee 

Rents from real estate 

Rec. principal mortgage (old ins.). 

Assessments paid 

Total $100,164 97 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,762 60 

Loans on mortgage security 154,529 38 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2,615 00 

Furniture aaid fixtures 383 75 

Real estate 680 43 



$11,840 91 


.50,318 62 


S6,672 49 


1.530 00 


9,440 40 


197 00 


50 


72 00 


61 95 


31 10 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass booic se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Assessments (ins.) 

Profit and loss 

Furniture and fixtures 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $100,164 97 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runniHg 

stock $161,662 86 

Undivided profits 308 30 



.$30,025 00 


3.260 00 


61,250 20 


1,437 45 


115 98 


27 49 


256 25 


3,762 60 



Total $161,971 16 



Tolal $16L971 16 



Shares of stock In force, 2,146; shares of stock loaned on, 845; membership, 602. 



11 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY— Continued. 



HOPE BUILDING, SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HOPE. 

W. H. AIKIN, President. L. O. MILLER, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on h;uKl .Tune 30, 19(W $2,692 15 

iMies on running stock 20,767 62 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 11,204 08 

Interest 4,196 06 

Fines 99 41 

Membership fees 77 OO 

Total $39,036 92 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $375 55 

Loans on mortgage security 51,931 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,714 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $18,200 00 

Matured stock 20,265 79 

Expenses, as per schedule.- ' 195 58 

Ca.sh on hand June 30. 1907 375 55 



lotal $39,036 92 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock S,J3,94S 74 

Undivided profits 71 81 



'lotal $54,020 55 



Total $54,020 55 



Shares of stock in force, 1,251: shares of stock loaned on, 536; membership, 236. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



OXFORD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OXFORD. 

O. B. WILKIN, President. W. H. HARMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1906 $1,1.58 95 

Dues on running stock 4,878 15 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 2,525 00 

Interest and premium 2,040 11 

L'lnes 40 25 

Membership fees 28 75 

Real estate 25,000 00 



Total $13,171 21 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $452 01 

Loans on mortgage security 27,025 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 450 00 

Real estate 675 36 

Due for insurance and taxes...... 15 35 



Total $28,617 72 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage securit.v $5,550 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 450 00 

Withdrawals of nmning stock and 

dividends 370 59 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 3,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 11143 

Expenses, ;is per schedule 2,000 00 

Korrowed money repaid 354 65 

Insurance and taxes i)aid for bor- 
rowers 675 36 

Insurance 7 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 452 01 



Total $13,171 21 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on rniming 

stock $21,519 60 

Undivided profits 98 12 

Borrowed money 7,000 00 



Total $28,617 72 



Shares of stock In force, 615; shares of stock loaned on, 270^; membership, 93. 



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BOONE COUNTY. 



CITIZENS MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

THORNTOWN. 



ALBERT L. GRIFFIN, President. 



GEORGE LYSTER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbureements. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $1,944 71 

Dues on running sto'cli 4,96100 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 900 00 

Loans on stocij or pass book se- 
curity repaid 925 OO 

Loans on otlier security repaid... 640 00 

Interest 1,019 55 

I'renjiun> 679 70 

Fines 70 

Transfer fees 1 25 

Borrowed money 983 26 

Interest on stocli loans paid 34 64 

Interest on straiglit mortgage ' 

loans 45 12 

Secretary overpaid June 30, 1907.. 7 05 

Total $12,141 9S 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $327 58 

Loans on mortgage security 19,650 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 215 48 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity ... 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

pjxpeuses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Interest on withdrawals 

Paid-up certiticates refunded 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 



$750 00 
S60 00 

2,505 00 
540 19 

4,107 95 
666 07 
174 54 

2,100 00 
110 63 
327 58 



Total $12,141 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $13,317 25 

Paidrup and prepaid stock and 

dividends 450 00 

Undivided profits 1,110 29 

Borrowed money 6,500 44 

Due secretary 7 05 



Total $21,385 03 Total $21,385 03 

Shares of stock in force, 351; shares of stock loaned on, 131; membership, 102. 



HOME BUILDING, LOAN, FUND AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION 

JAMESTOWN. 
S. F. CLINE, President. E. C. WEAVER, Secret; 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



OF 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $124 86 

Dues on running stock 1,259 73 

T/oans on mortgage security repaid 1,702 93 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 775 00 

Interest 518 47 

]Memhersliip fees 11 50 

B orrowed money 1,800 00 



Total 



6,192 48 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 80, 1907 $1,470 51 

Loans on mortgage security 7,295 00 

liOans on stock or pass book se- 

cuiity 229 00 



Total $8,994 51 



DisbursBJiicnts. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on 

stock 

Borrowed money 



$3,750 00 

945 66 

26 31 

1,470 51 



6,192 48 



$7,194 51 
1,800 00 



Total $8,994 51 



Shares of stock in force, 208; shares of stock loaned on, SO; membership, 33. 



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BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



INVESTORS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF THORN TOWN. 



ALBERT L. GRIFFIN, Presideut. 



GEO. LYSTER, Secretary. 



Condition June ilO, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Dues on running stoclJ, installment $7,207 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 115 00 

Interest 655 3.5 

Pi-cmium 436 90 

Fines 5 80 

Membership fees 6 50 

Borrowed money 18,090 19 

Interest on stock repaid : 78 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borro wed money repaid 

Interest oi> borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for \jor- 
rowers 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 



121,150 00 

896 00 

78 00 

597 85 

2,323 97 

287 74 

' 46 61 
160 90 
977 45 



Total 



6,517 52 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $977 45 

Loans on mortgage security 21,150 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 781 00 

Real estate 132 50 

In hands of secretary 27 40 



Total $26,517 52 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $7,082 39 

Undivided profits 219 74 

Borrowed money 15,766 22 



Total $23,068 35 



Total $23,068 35 



Shares of .stock in force, 554; shares of stock loaned on, 141; membership, 152. 



THORNTOWN BUILDING, LOAN, FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. 
ALBERT L. GRIFFIN, President. GEORGE LYSTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand .June 30, 1906 $509 04 

Dues on running stock 2,986 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 2,250 00 

Loans on .stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1.075 00 

Interest 

I'remium 

Fines 

Miscct'aneous 



Total 



699 90 

466 60 

9 95 

193 76 



Assets. 



S,490 25 



$388 15 



Cash en hand .Tune 30, 1907 

Loans on moitgage security 12,300 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 758 00 

I<oans on personal security 2,215 00 



Total 



3,179 40 



Disbursements. 

Leans on mortgage security $150 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 695 00 

Loans on other security 215 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends .' 2,018 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 535 65 

Borrowed money repaid 1,760 33 

Interest on borrowed money 82 44 

Loans on personal security 2,265 00 

Interest on withdrawals 279 68 

Secreta rv overpaid 101 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 388 15 



Total 



S,490 25 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on mnning' 

stock $14,180 75 

Undivided profits 1,989 20 

Due secretary 9 45 



Total $16,179 40 



Shares of stock in force, 128; shares of stock loaned on, 82; membership, 53. 



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BOONE COUNTY— Contiimed. 



ZIONSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ZIONSVILLE. 
JAMES N. HARMON. President. RAPHAEX, P. BUNDY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cnsh on liand June 30, 1906 $176 60 

Dues on running stock 1,039 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 2,757 58 

Interest 490 50 

i'reniium 392 45 

Fines • 6 70 



Total $4,862 83 

Assets. 

Casli on liand June 30, 1907 $167 98 

Loans on mortgage security 5,216 68 

Furniture and fixtures 73 83 

De.i. interest and principal 56 50 

Miscellaneous 1 85 



Total 

Shares of stock in force, 207 



5,516 84 



177 45 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $2,500 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule... 
Cash on hand -Tune 30, 1907... 

Total 14,862 83 

Liabilities. 

Duos and dividends on running 

stock $5,052 04 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 400 00 

Undivided profits 60 71 

Due on loans 4 09 



749 06 
999 07 


32 10 

237 27 
167 98 



Total $5,516 84 



shares of stock loaned on, 84; membership, 58. 



CAEROLL COUNTY. 



PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF DELPHI. 



M. M. MURPHY, President. 



JOHN H. CARTWRIGHT, Secretary. 



Condition June SO, 1907, 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1906 $1,110 66 

Dues on running stock 5,47145 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 200 00 

Deposits 1,167 14 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 932 72 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 255 00 

Interest 704 06 

Fines 13 67 

Membership fees 10 50 

Borrowed money 1,200 00 



Total $11,065 20 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1907 $551 08 

Lotus on mortgage security 11,250 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 570 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se 

curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 1 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$7,700 00 



590 00 
864 54 

11 00 
113 65 
200 00 

34 93 
551 08 



Total $11,065 20 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $10,025 57 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 400 00 

Deposits and dividends 1,578 34 

Undivided profits 367 17 



Total $12,37108 Total $12,371 

Shares of stock in force, 613; shares of stock loaned on, 112; membership, 117. 



15 



CASS COUNTY. 



NATIONAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA OF 

LOGAN SPORT. 

(lu Liquidation.) 

J. B. WINTERS, Acting President. . C. G. DODGE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $3,5S9 20 

I(Oans on mortgage security repaid 23,685 93 
Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 20O 00 

Real estate 10,010 58 

Furniture and fixtures 125 00 

Undivided profits 42 59 



Disbursements. 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits $3,013 44 

Expenses, as per schedule 973 36 

Depreciation of assets during 
liquidation 33,666 50 



Total $37,653 30 



Total $37,653 30 



CLAEK COUNTY. 



FALLS CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JBFFERSONVILLE. 

THOMAS W. PERRY, President. JAMES H. BEARD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,607 20 

Dues on running stock 8,072 50 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,943 43 

Interest 1.S51 94 

Real estate 6,915 00 

Refundei- insurance and taxes 200 50 

Miscellaneous 2 00 



Total $21,592 57 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,451 83 

Loans on mortgage security 37,803 00 

Furniture and fixtures 400 00 

Real estate 6,915 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 30102 

Miscellaneous 2 00 



Total $46,872 85 



Loans on mortgage security $6,748 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 7,364 49 

Withdrawals paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 988 50 

Expenses, as per schedule 839 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,451 83 



Total $21,592 57 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $23,282 85 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 16,675 00 

Undivided profits 6,915 00 



Total $46,872 85 



Shares of stock in force, 2,923; shares of stock loaned on, 385; membership, 294. 



16 



CLARK COUNTY— Continued. 



(iEKMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JEFFERSONVILLE. 

CONRAD EBERTS, President. GEORGE PFAU, JR., Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $3,22154 

Du5S on running stock 23,158 02 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 18,010 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,050 00 

Irterest ..^. 8,928 01 

Fines 43 28 

Borrowed money and certified in- 
debtedness 13,400 00 

Real estate ^'^'^l, 

Ref under insurance and taxes 148 41 

Rent 917 63 



• Total $73,395 29 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,842 56 

Loans on mortgage security 139,720 06 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 6,91159 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 10,752 37 

Due for insurance and taxes 199 99 

Int erest delinquent 4,419 62 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $17,375 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 7,12000 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 18,689 92 

Expenses, as per schedule... 1,970 79 

Borrowed money repaid and certi- 
fied indebtedness 18,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 5,629 41 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 202 30 

Real estate 211 31 

Rent account— Insurance— 'Taxes, 

etc 654 00 

Cash' on hand June 30, 1907 2,842 56 

Total $73,395 29 

Liabilities. 

Daes and dividends on running 

stock $72,645 69 

Furd for conting-ent losses 2,849 00 

Undivided profits 5,681 47 

Borrowed money, 6 per cent., cer- 
tificate of indebtedness 8,050 00 

Rent account 1,066 53 

Interest account— 6 per cent, cer- 
tificate of indebtedness 1,653 50 



Total $164,946 19 Total $164,946 19 

Shares of stock in force, 2,728; shares of stock loaned on, 1,467; membership, 494. 



MUTUAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION No. 4 OF 

JEFFETtSONY ILLE. 

ALLETSr A. SWARTZ, President. HERMAN PREEFER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. Disbui-sements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,284 17 

Dues on running stock 22,191 97 

Deposits 650 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 13,095 03 

Interest 5,226 72 

B ~rro wed money 199 70 

Real estate 5,250 00 



Refunder insurraice and taxes.. 

Overdraft 

Sewer assessment 



200 00 
152 62 
5 33 



Total $49,255 54 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,197 02 

T>oans on mortgage security 64,027 00 

Furniture and fixtures 150 00 

Real estate 7,300 00 

Dues for insurance and taxes 1,430 00 

Interest 125 71 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate ' 

Sewer assessment 

Ivoan fees 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

Ftock 

Deposits and dividends 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Due on loans 



$16,835 00 

21,643 43 

2,357 41 

1,256 10 

2,000 00 

428 92 

676 64 

650 00 

11 32 

199 70 

3,197 02 

$49,255 54 



$37,345 55 
19,850 00 
2,660 92 
2,813 15 
6,750 00 
6,810 61 



Total , $76,2.30 23 Total $76,230 23 

Shares of stock In force, 3,018; shares of stock loaned on, 731; membership, 431. 



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CLARK COUNTY— Continued. 



SELLERSBURG BUILDING AND LOAN FUND ASSOCL\TION OF 
SELLERSBURG. 



G. C. M. GRASTON, President. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



A. C. GRIM, Secretary. 



IJisliursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $63 01 

Dues on i-uuning stock 1,889 10 

Interest 

Horrovvert money 



Ijcans on mortgage security $1,150 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 



Total $2,152 36 

Assets. 
Loans on mortgage security $8,155 00 



134 65 




586 36 


65 00 


Matured stock 

Expenses, as per scliedule 

Interest on Ijorrowed money — 

Total 


300 OO 
70 00 
52 00 


$2,152 36 


.. $2,152 36 


Liatiilities. 





Dues and dividends on i-unning 

stock $7,009 45 

Matured stock 500 00 

Undivided profits 190 55 

Borrowed money 455 00 



Total 



8,155 00 



Total $8,155 00 



Shares of stock in force, 154; shares of stock loaned on, 51%; membership, 28. 



UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JEFFERSONVILLE. 



ELI M. LINDLBY, President. 



G. A. DUNHAM, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2j_555 21 

Dues on running stock 1,515 10 

I'Did-up and prepaid stock 2,502 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 13,045 61 

Interest 3,537 26 

Real estate 5,780 00 

Relunder insurance and taxes 27 90 

Loss fund 235 07 

Rent 296 25 

Attorney's fees 117 00 

Transferred from loss fund 118 96 

Transferred from rent fund 296 25 



Total $30,026 61 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,797 52 

I-->ans on mortgage security 21,047 33 

Real estate '4,575 99 

Due for insurance and taxes 549 02 



Disbursements. 



$3,527 90 
2,560 44 
4,540 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repsiid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Bonds reduced 

Pa'd out of loss fund 

Paid out of rout fund 

Taxes and insurauce 

Repairs on property 

Attoi'ney fees 

Cash en hand June 30, 1907 



Total $30,026 61 

Liabilities. 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends $17,404 00 

Deposits and dividends 4,138 90 

Undivided profit s 123 46 

Borrowed money 5.100 00 

r.onds 1.100 00 

Attorney fees 103 50 



1,124 89 


692 95 


3,750 00 


802 01 


8,413 08 


900 00 


240 45 


296 25 


794 49 


569 63 


17 00 


1,797 52 



Total $27,909 86 

Shares of stock in force, 175; membership, 61. 



Total $27,969 



2-B. &L, 



18 
CLAY COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 



NOAH T. KEASEY, President. 



IGNATIUS JARBOE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 F'^°^ !? 

Dues on running stoeli 108,853 51 

Deposits 2,628 00 

Loans on mortsage security repaid 57,261 52 
Loans on stock or pass boolc se- 
curity repaid 12,394 46 

Interest and preauuni 30,67191 

Membership fees 947 00 

Loan fees 543 15 

Real estate Mttll 

Accoimts zo,dy^ 66 

Transfer fees 20 00 

Street bonds 1.280 51 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Eypenses, as per schedule 

Real estate 

Accounts 

Discount 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$73,479 00 

20,399 00 

14,006 93 

4,998 00 
71,750 00 

304 80 

3,463 05 

10,260 00 

33,372 74 

9,712 08 

9,459 46 



Total $251,205 06 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $9,459 46 

Loans on mortgage security 270,726 09 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 25,62422 

Real estate 29,999 51 

Sheriff's certiflcate and judg- 
ments 1,787 33 

Discount 20,937 20 

Street bonds 6,434 71 

Other bonds 20,000 00 



Total , $251,205 06 

Liabilities. 

Du.es and dividends on running 
stock, and paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends, $368,924 28 

Deposits and dividends 4,882 30 

Fund for contingent losses— Undi- 
vided proflts 10,956 81 

Deposit — Interest 205 13 



Total $384,968 52 Total $384,968 52 

Shares of stock in force, 7,626; shares of stock loaned on, 3,033, membership, 957. 



CLAY COUNTY HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 

E. L. WINKLEPLECK, President. W. E. CARPENTER, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. Disbursemeuts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $26,212 42 

Dues on running stock 12,162 35 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 34,385 15 
Interest 9,17101 



Membership fei? 

Refunder insurance and taxes... 

I'ass books 



Total 



Assets. 



112 00 
1,155 87 

17 75 



3,216 55 



,718 47 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 111,992 29 



Total $131,710 76 



Loans on mortgage security $33,930 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 20,664 29 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock 5,950 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 204 70 

Expenses, as per schedule 20,975 56 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 651 53 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 19,718 47 



Total $83,216 55 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $116,876 08 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 2,140 00 

Deposits and dividends 3,78105 

Fund for contingent losses 8,896 51 

Insurance and taxes 17 12 



Total $131,710 76 



Shares of stock In force, 3,615; shares of stock loaned on, 1,435; membership, 418. 



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CLAY COUNTY— Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 



P. T. LUTHER, President. 



W. H. BUBB, Secretary. 



Couditiou .Tune 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1906... .?1,177 92 

Dues on nmnJng stock. 12.375.40 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 11,250 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 7,300 00 
Loans ou stoclv or pass Iwolc se- 
curity repaid 825 00 

Intercast 5,125 00 

Transfer fee 191 50 

Borrowed money 2,000 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 19 48 



Total $40,264 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,465 02 

Loans on mortgage security 63,400 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,500 00 

Furniture and fixtures 79 50 

Due for insurance and taxes 180 44 



Total $68,624 96 



IMsliursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stocl; or pass hook se- 
curity '. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals ptiid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

l^ividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits .' 

Expenses, as jer schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowei-s 

Transfer fees 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$21,000 00 

13 00 

1,572 77 

3,800 00 
4,510 39 

1,394 75 

824 90 

2,000 00 

31 65 

173 32 

191 50 
3,465 02 



'J'otal -$40,264 30 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $40,154 38 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 27,350 00 

L'udivided profits 205 72 

Borrowed money 914 86 



Total $68,624 96 



Shares of stock in force, l,429i^: shares of stock loaned on, 634; membership, 213. 



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CLINTON COUNTY. 



CLOVER LEAF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 



W. P. SIDENELL, President. 



C. G. GUBNTHER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbui-sements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,938 77 

Dues on rimuin? stock 6,004 60 

Loans on mortgag-c security repaid 2,900 00 
Loans on stock, or pass liook se-' 

curity repaid i ^ tI! 

Interest • 1.338 79 

Premium • 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Pass bool^s 

Tranfcf er fees 



$2,300 00 
100 00 



276 00 

16 70 

9 30 

100 00 
2 00 
1 00 



Total $12,987 16 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $3,513 67 

Loans on mortgage security 23,900 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 350 00 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

M.itured stock 

Expenses, a s per schedule 

Lorrowed money i-epaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Rebate on premiums 

I>ues credited on loans repaid — 

Interest on dues credited on loans 
repaid 

Interest on matured stock 

Cash on hand .lune 30, 1907 



Total $12,987 16 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on nmning 

stock $23,193 90 

rndlvided profits 4,599 77 




r-otal $27,793 67 



Total $27,793 67 



Shares of stock in force, 750; shares of stock loaned on, 239; membership, 78. 



COLFAX BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COLFAX. 



R. T. SHIRLEY, President. 



FRANK B. COYNBR, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $40 07 

Dues on running stock 4,176 30 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 2,07500 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curit V repaid , 60 00 

Interest ^''^SJ ol 

Fines 2^ "^ 

Membership fees 1 25 

Borrowed money 640 00 

Release of mortgage 3 00 



Total 



8,724 27 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $9 50 

Loans on mortgage security 20,747 11 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,550 00 

Withdrawals of ininning stock and 

dividends 1,536 68 

Expenses, as per schedule 180 00 

Borrowed money repaid 5,174 59 

Interest on borrowed money 267 50 

Release of mortgage 6 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 9 50 



Total 



3,724 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and •lividends on iiinning 

stock $16,102 87 

Undivided profits 3,367 26 

Borrowed money 1,240 48 

Miscellaneous 46 00 



Total $20,756 61 Total $20,756 61 

Shares of stock in force, 294; shares of stock loaned on, 123; membership, 91. 



21 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON. 

H. T. TRUEBLOOD, President. H. M. AIRMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cush on hand June 30, 1906 $184 69 

Dues on running stock 173,617 83 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 77,055 96 

Interest 23,444 32 

I'remium. fines, forfeitures, luem- 

Ijership fees cind loan fees 1,957 29 

Tax certificate '203 12 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage securitj' $217,845 96 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 47,995 47 

Expenses, as per schedule 3,258 33 

Interest en shares withdrawn 5,855 50 

Insurance and paid for borrowers 6 60 

Tax certificates 263 58 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,237 77 



Total $276,463 21 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,237 77 

Loans on mortgage security 140,790 00 

Due for insurance- and taxes 6 60 

Tax certificates 60 46 



Total $276,463 21 

Liabilities. 

Dnes and dividends on running 

stock $125,622 36 

Fund for contingent losses 184 69 

Undivided profits 16,287 78 



Total $142,094 83 



Total $142,094 83 



Shares of stock in force, 3,922; shares of stock loaned on, 1,407; membership, 3,922. 



MONTGOMERY AND FARMERS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

MONTGOMERY. 



D. LAW WEIMER, President. 



W. E. BELL, Secretary. 



Condition June 80, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book secur- 
ity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Judgment collected 



Total $12,895 66 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $712 70 

Ijoans on mortgage security 13.100 00 

Leans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4.400 00 

Furniture and fixtures 13 00 

Real estate 1,746 0<T 



$660 18 


7,599 55 


2.800 00 


139 52 


1.062 60 


241 50 


45 05 


37 75 


49 00 


260 61 



Total $19,971 70 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for Iwr- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Refunded 

Interest and repairs 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$5,300 00 

700 00 

2,945 59 

2.700 00 

154 08 

27 74 

300 00 

29 25 

26 30 

712 70 



Total $12,895 66 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $16.25127 

Undivided profits " 3,720 43 



Total $19,971 70 



Shares of stock in force, 466: shares of stock loaned on, 190; membership, 131. 



99 



DAVIESS COUNTY— Continued. 



UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON. 



NATHANIEL H. JErSON, President. 



WILLIAM HEPE^ERMAN, Secretary- 



Condition June 30, 19Q7. 



Receipts. 



Cash on Iiand June 30, 1906 $936 90 

Dues on running stoclJ 94.700 32 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 40,193 92 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 3,362 00 

Interest 18,62183 

Premium 2,405 04 

Fines 199 88 

Memliersliip fees 67150 

Transfer fees 44 25 

Borroived money 3,300 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 17170 



Total $164,607 34 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $195 58 

Loans on mortgage security 280,629 62 

Loans on stock or pass Ijook se- 
curity 2,950 00 

Real estate, advance on maturing 

stock 5,545 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 27 16 

Duos, interest, premium and fines 

uncollected 3,715 68 



Total $294,362 55 



Disbursements. 



Loins on mortgage security , 

liOans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Interest and premium paid or re- 
turned on withdrawals of run- 
ning stock 

Interest paid or dues adv. six 
months or more 

Adv. on maturing stock 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907.. 



$108,328 54 

3,890 00 

15,557 31 

26,465 00 

1,430 09 

38 94 

141 89 



1,635 40 

1,379 59 

5,545 00 

195 58 



Total $164,607 34 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $219,783 75 

Fund for contingent losses 220 50 

Undivided profits 40.877 87 

Borrowed money 3,300 00 

Dues, interest aud premium paid 

in advance 30,180 43 



Total $294,362 55 



Shares of stock in force, 8,222; shares of stock loaned on, 2,988; membership, 895. 



23 

DEAEBORN COUNTY. 



DEARBORN COUNTY LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 
LAWRENCEBURG. 

HENRY HODELL, Presidoiit. HARRY H. SIMS, Secretary. 

, Couditiou June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 



Casli ou liaiid June 30 190G ?7,291 66 

Dues ou ruuuiug stocli 59,044 75 

Lo«us ou mortgage security re- 

p:iid 42,510 00 

Loaus on stoclc or pass lioblc se- 
curity repaid 1,305 00 

Interest 11,655 34 

rreiuium 115 62 

Fines 48 50 

Membership fees 179 25 

I'.on-owed money 3,410 00 

Refuuder insurance and taxes 94 92 

Cash overdraft 16 61 

Bonds 4,500 00 

Dividend reverted 1 61 



Total $130,173 26 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 |5,453 26 

r^oans on mortgage security.... 157,780 00 

Loaus ou stock or pass bool^ se- 
curity 1,510 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 103 51 

Bonds " 27,277 00 



$40,3.30 00 

S25 00 

08,507 36 

952 85 

3,410 00 

2.52 26 

125 30 

53 30 

152 68 

10,105 00 

6 25 

5,453 26 

Total $130,173 26 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stocii $186,253 95 

Undivided profits 869 82 

Reserve fund 5,000 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

I^oaus ou stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

lilxpenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Cash short 

Premium on bonds 

Bonds 

Initial ion refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $192,123 77 Total $192,123 77 

Shares of stock in force, 4,746; shares of stock loaned on, 788 4-5; membership, 665. 



GERMAN PERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION, LAWRENCEBURG. 

PETER ENDRESS, President. JULIUS SCHNEIDER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

lioans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Pines 

Membership fees 

Loi'.n fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate ...." 

Refuuder insurance and taxes 

Interest en bonds 

Interest on refuuder 

Premium bonds 



Total $113,338 63 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1007 $5,460 27 

Loans on mortgage security 100,025 00 

Loans ou stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,069 39 

Sheriff's certificates and judg- 
ments ■. . 54 35 

Bonds 23,213 00 

Bond premium account 279 01 



.$6,377 62 


.,51,913 13 


24,390 00 


1,860 00 


6,649 27 


24 42 


28 85 


151 50 


50 


3,000 00 


17,000 00 


7 79 


1,236 25 


1 40 


697 90 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

iVI.itured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule.. 

Borrowed nione.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed monev 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Premium on bc>uds 

Accrued interest on bonds 

Cash short 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$28,290 00 

1,911 39 

53,037 36 

20,213 00 

802 45 

3,000 00 

21 17 

26 82 

291 42 

284 45 

30 

5,460 27 



Total $113,338 63 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runninsr 

stock ';$131,510 74 

Surplus 617 28 



Total .....$132,128 02 



Total $132,128 02 



Shares of stock in force, 4,164; shares of stock loaned on, 500; membership, 570. 



24 



DEARBOEN COUNTY— Continued. 



MOORES HILL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MOORES HILL. 



S. J. HOUSTON, President. 



CHARDES SCHABEL, Secretary. 



Condition June SO, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 , $2,055 78 

Dues on running stock 7,742 07 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 9,853 00 
Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity repaid 447 00 

Loans on otlier security repaid — 1,438 05 

Fines 14 05 

Membership fees 62 00 

Borrowed money 4,475 00 

Books 1 50 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Kxpenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on )x)rrowed money 

Interest overpaid 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$13,125 00 

272 00 
1,440 00 

4,993 42 

4,000 00 

175 20 

1,850 00 

77 08 

24 95 

585 80 



Total ..■ $26,543 45 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $585 SO 

Loans on mortgage security 24,620 00 

Loans on stock and pass book se- 
curity 10000 

Loans on other security 1,945 00 

Furniture and fixtures 40 25 



Total $26,543 45 



Dues and dividends 

stock 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money — 
Notes 



Liabilities. 

on running' 



Total $27,291 .05 



Total 



$23,492 79 

551 45 

2,625 00 

621 81 


$27,291 05 



Shares of stock in force, 717; shares of stock loaned on, 214; membership, 165. 



PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANY OF COCHRAN. 



FEED SCHMUTTE; President. 



FRED BEINKAMPEN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on band June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Paid- up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other security repaid — 

Interest 

P remium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Sundries 

Miscellaneous 

Total $256,921 55 

Assets. 

Cash en hand June 30, 1907 $8,596 19 

Loans on mortgage security 303,514 24 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 16000 

Real estate 1,358 14 

Bonds 6,15000 



$797 22 


138,408 78 


55,450 00 


. 43,552 00 


640 00 


100 00 


15,822 99 


84 29 


55 62 


641 21 


1,341 50 


11 19 


16 75 



Total $319,778 57 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Bonds .' 

Cash on hand J une 30, 1907 



$78,014 56 

425 00 

157,043 75 

3,060 00 
1.444 68 
2,000 00 
150 31 
37 06 
6,150 00 
8,596 19 



Total $256,921 55 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $255,801 32 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 57,318 18 

Fund for contingent losses 6,300 00 

Undivided prolits 359 07 

Total $319,778 57 



Shares of stock in force, 5,154%; shares of stock loaned on, l,673ys; membership, 1,404. 



25 



DEARBORN COUNTY— Continued. 



PROGRESS BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF DILLSBORO. 



EDWARD KUHN, President. 



W. C. D. STEVENSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $706 54 

Dues on running stocli 2,193 50 

Loans on mortgase security repaid 1,125 00 
Loans on stock or pass boolv se- 
curity repaid 2,648 51 

Interest 809 46 

Borrowed money 1,800 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stocls or pass boolj se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of rinining stocli and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 



?6,485 00 

3,070 00 
75 00 

449 69 

142 75 

1,300 00 

343 75 

406 82 



Total $9,510 01 



Assets. 



$406 82 
13,645 53 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 671 75 

Loans on other security 1,522 74 



Total $9,510 01 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on i-unning 

stock $8,544 74 

Undivided profits 363 82 

Borrowed money 7,338 38 



Total $16,246 94 



Total $16,246 94 



Shares of stock In force, 166; shares of stock loaned on, 42; membership, 51. 



UNION BUILDING, LOAN, FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

AURORA. 

W. C. HENRY, President. J. L. DENNERLINE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $6,506 03 

Dues on running stock 45.651 59 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 9,375 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 

cnriiv repaid 1,046 00 

Interest 4,797 43 

Premium 397 50 

Fines 28 50 

Membership fees 197 50 

Transfer fee 20 50 

Bonds 15,990 00 



Total $84,010 05 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5.764 32 

Loans on mortgage security 69,075 00 

Loans on stock or pass liook se- 
curity 4.290 00 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Real estate 40O 00 

Bonds 22,000 .00 



Total $101,589 32 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $33,150 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2,665 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 12.067 50 

Matured stock 12.S04 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 486 48 

Bonds 17,000 00 

Interest 57 75 

Premium 15 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 5.764 32 



Total $84,010 05 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $100,607 72 

Fund for continsrent losses 39 13 

Undivided prolUs 942 47 



Total $101,589 32 



Shares of stock in force, 1,328; shares of stock loaned on, 347; membership, 295. 



26 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



GREENSBURG BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, GREBNSBURG. 



U. C. WOODFILL, President. 



CHARLES ZOLLER, JR., Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1906 $1,S91 36 

Deposits 41,767 14 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 16,605 OO 
Loans on stccli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 300 00 

Interest 6,137 84 

Forfeitures 8 81 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 19 06 



Loans on mortgage securit.v 

Loans on stoeli or pass lx;ok se- 
curity 

Withdrawal deposits and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
row crs '. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



532,125 00 

4,434 12 

24,191 15 

484 40 

1,500 00 

9 25 

19 06 
5,466 23 



Total $68,229 21 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1907 $5,466 23 

Loans on mortgage security 97,565 00 

Loans on stocl^ or pass book se- 
curity 4,834 12 



Total $68,229 2l 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $105,711 99 

Undivided prof.ts 2,153 36 



Total $107,865 35 



Total $107,865 35 



Shares of stock in force, 2,688; shares of stock loaned on, 976; membership, 432. 



WORKINGMEN'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GREENSBURG. 



MARSHALL GROVER, President. 



DAVID A. MYERS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass boolc se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Forfeitures . . r 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Ad.iustment of series 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft 

Mortgage satisfaction 

Expired series 

Transfers 

Discounts 



Total $37,007 24 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $60,26109 

Lo.ins on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,589 00 

Furniture and fixtures 185 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 15 55 

Membersliip fee 150 

I'^xpired series 1,315 70 



$15,956 14 


375 50 


10,120 00 


2,444 00 


4,381 88 


3 25 


103 36 


73 34 


60 50 


1.750 00 


141 26 


66 82 


1,492 17 


3 85 


24 06 


3 50 


7 61 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed mone.v.. 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Mortgage satisfaction 

Interest returned to borrower 

Ad.iustment of series 

Payments erroneously credited 

Profit and loss 



$12,653 51 
885 00 

15,218 77 

175 50 
3,550 00 

489 50 
2,600 00 

411 14 

10 50 
2 60 

41 43 
141 26 
122 20 
705 83 



Total $37,007 24 



Liabilitiesf 

Dues and dividends on ruuiiiu;. 

stock 

Deposits and dividends 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Mortgage satisfaction 

Overdraft , 



$51,517 29 

424 OO 

1,191 81 

8,724 62 

17 95 

1,492 17 



Total $63,367 84 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 595; shares of stock loaned on, 279; membership, ISO. 



$63,367 84 



27 
DEKALB COUNTY. 



DEKALB BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GARRETT. 



SAMUEL S. TEETEUS, President. 



M. W. JOHNSTON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $4,156 29 

Dues on running; stock 11,346 90 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock 13,000 00 

Loans on mortgai^e security repaid 19,775 00 
Loans on stock or pass l)ook se- 
curity repaid 350 00 

Interest 7,932 09 

Kines 165 20 

Momljcrsliip fees 133 50 

Loan fees 69 00 

Transfer fev. 17 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

WithdraM'als of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends ' 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deiiosits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Appraiser's fees 

Membership fees returned 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Total 



$20,200 00 
17,150 98 



8,000 00 
8,700 00 

568 69 

508 45 

69 00 

14 00 

$1,733 86 


$56,944 98 



Total $56,944 98 

Assets. Liabilities. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,733 SG Dues and dividends on mnniug 

Loans on mortgage security 69,055 00 stocU. $44,726 68 

Loans on stock or pass book se- Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

curity ". 370 00 dividends 24.900 00 

Undivided profits 1,529 18 

Appraiser's fees 3 00 

Total $71,158 86 Total $71,158 86 

Shares of stock in force, 1,492; shares of stock loaned on, 736; membership, 175. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



MUNCIE SAVLVGS AND LOAN COMPANY OF MUNCIE. 

W. E. HITCHCOCK, President. WALTER L. DAVIS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand Juno 30, 1906 $41,566 50 

Dues on running stock 463.37S 32 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 46,2o0 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 1GG,40S 97 

Interest 44,S41 42 

Premium 34 34 

F ines 1,532 25 

Heal estate 12,254 50 

Credit to borrowers' account of 

now loan 229,400 15 

Kent 2,719 63 

Errors in dividends 2170 



Total $1,008,407 78 

Assets. 

Ci;sh on hai;d June 30, 1907..... $52,407 21 

Loans on mortgage security 819,530 26 

Furniture and fixtures 624 05 

Ueal estate 3G,44S 94 

Tax certiHcate 402 86 



Total $909,413 32 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $239,636 12 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 377,159 24 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 64,400 00 

Dividends on paid-up and prepaid 

stock ...■ 8.062 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 6.675 47 

Keal estate 2.396 99 

Dividends credited to dues 33,S87 SO 

Taxes refunder 34 92 

Withdrawal by borrowers account 

of loans 223.748 03 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 52,407 21 



Total $1,008,407 78 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $744,609 67 

l*aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 143,865 S3 

Undivided protits 8,254 38 

Due borrowers account loans 12.683 44 



Total $909,413 32 



Shares of stock in force, 6,222; shares of stock loaned on, 4,097; membership, 3,450. 



28 



DELAWARE COUNTY— Continued. 



MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 



D. A. McLAIN, President. 



Keceipts. 



GEORGE N. HIGMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



I)isl)ursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $9,968 28 

Dues on running stock 217,380 50 

Paid-up and pi-epaid stock 17,900 00 

Loans on mortgage security i-epaid 108,121 89 

Interest 18,572 67 

Pines 306 21 

Membership fees 88 25 

Loan fees 135 50 

Real estate 3,760 28 

Refunder insurance and taxes 84 

Rent 566 47 

Office building 5 00 

Tax certificate 110 59 

Sale of safe 100 00 

Total $377,016 48 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $33,883 14 

Loans on mortgage security 326,616 95 

Furniture and fixtures 570 93 

Real estate 15,699 96 

Tax certificate 280 83 



Loans on mortgage security $187, 

Withdrawals of" running stock and 

dividends Ill, 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 17 

Withdrawal deposits and dividends 12, 

Expenses, as per schedule 3, 

Fines refunded 

Interest 

Real estate 9, 

Rebate of interest 

Tax certificate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Cash on haud June 30, 1907.... 33, 



334 75 

401 25 

700 00 
839 78 
681 20 
40 
144 92 
575 99 
60 16 
123 96 
270 93 
883 14 



Total $377,016 48 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $331,503 68 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 30,100 00 

Fund for contingent losses 7,459 82 

Undivided profits ' 7,988 31 



Total $377,05181 Total $377,05181 

Shares of stock in force, 8,630; shares of stock loaned on, 3,503; membership, 1,609. 



PEOPLES HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 



WILLIAM W. SHIRK, President. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



L. W. GATES, Secretary. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $7,683 20 

Dues on running stock 227,764 92 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 56,58135 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 165,978 42 

Interest 26,732 19 

Loan fees ' 582 00 

Borrowed money 28,500 00 

Mortgage release 39 "60 

Pass books 135 26 

Rent • 74 00 

Loss and gain 370 03 



Total $514,440 96 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907..... $15,596 87 

Loans on mortgage security 428,152 76 

Furniture and fixtures 914 00 

Real estate 7,160 99 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $220, 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 172, 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

siock and dividends 61, 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 4, 

Expenses, as per schedule 4, 

Borrowed money repaid 28, 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate '. 6, 

Loan fee 

Adding machine 

Cash on hand June 30, 190* 15, 



129 51 
163 95 

332 72 

687 30 
565 71 
500 00 
207 73 
300 17 
582 00 
375 00 
596 87 



Total $514,440 96 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $332,142 72 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 103,866 41 

Deposits and dividends 2,572 85 

Fund for contingent losses 13,242 64 



Total $451,824 62 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 5,158; shares of stock loaned on, 4,202. 



.$451,824 62 



29 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



CITIZENS LOAN ASSOCIAT 

H. DUFENDACH, President. 

Condition Jni 

Keeoipts. 

Cash on hand .Tnno 30, 190(! $2,r27 2(i 

l>ues on nmninK stot-k 8,098 50 

Loans on niortuaKO secnrity repaid 600 00 
Loans on stock or pass Uook se- 
curity repaid 1.910 00 

Interest 1,443 10 

Fines 6 50 

Transfer foes 6 50 

ToT.al $14, ?S{; 8-'. 

Assets. 

Cash on liand .Tunc 30, 1907 $199 09 

Loans on niortsa>:e security 6,175 00 

Loans on stock or pass l)ook se- 
curity 4,325 00 

Total $10,699 09 

Shares of stock In force, 614; shares of stock 



ION OF HUNTINGBURG. 

D. C. DUFENDACH, Secretary. 

IP .•JO, 1007. 

1 >isl)nrsenicnts. 

Loans on uiortnaKe security $6,775 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 6,235 00 

\V^thdra^^als of running stock and 

dividends 1,462 74 

lOxpensfs, as per schedule 115 03 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 199 09 

Total $14,786 86 

Lialiilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

ptock $7,760 14 

Undivided profits 2,938 95 

Total ": $10,699 09 

loaned on, 254; membership, 132. 



CITIZENS LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTINGBURG NO. 2. 
H. DUFENDACH, President. D. C. DUFENDACH, Seoretar; 

Condition June r;0, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Disbui-sements. 



Dues on running stock $2,210 75 

Interest 5 00 

rromiuni 60 00 

Fines 40 

Membership fees 173 00 

Transfer fee 2o 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se 

curity 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1, 



$700 00 



300 00 
96 07 
353 33 



Total $2,449 40 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,353 33 

Loans on mortgage security 700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 300 00 

Total $2,3.'i3 33 



Total $2,449 40 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ruuuing 

stock $2,21100 

Undivided prolits 142 33 



Total $2,353 33 



Share? of stock in force, 696; shares of stock loaned on, 10; membership, 155. 



30 



DUBOIS COUNTY— Continued, 



COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FERDINAND. 

AUGUST F. GEHLHAUSEN, President. MATHIAS OLINGER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Dues on i-unninf 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fee;; . . 



Receipts. 

; stocls $3,658 20 

72 23 

23 00 

40 

1 75 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage securit.v $200 00 

Loans on other security 3,300 00 

Expenses, as per scliednle 18 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 237 OS 



Tot al $3,755 58 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $237 08 

Loans on mortgage security 200 00 

Loans on otlier security 3,300 00 



Total $3,755 58 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $3,658 20 

Undivided profits 78 88 



Total 



3,737 08 



Total , $3,737 08 



Shares of stock in force, 335; shares of stock loaned on, 35; membership, 98. 



FERDINAND BUILDING AND l^OAN ASSOCIATION NO. 2 OF FERDINAND. 

PETER «^ORBER, President. HUBERT QUANTE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906. 

Dues on r uuuing stock 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fee 



$137 37 


6,412 50 


503 10 


5 OO 


50 


2 75 



Disbursements. 

Loans on other security $6,100 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 502 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 71 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 387 47 



Total $7,06122 

Assets. 

Cash en hand Jime 30, 1907 $387 47 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 11,200 00 



Total $11,587 47 



Total $7,061 22 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $10,835 50 

Undivided profits 751 9 < 

Total $11,587 47 



Shares of stock in force, 475; shares of stock loaned on, 112; membership, 118. 



PHENIX LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JASPER. 

JOHN P. SALE, President. W. S. HUNTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1906 $2,202 61 

Dues on running stock 29,127 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 3,435 25 

Loans on oTher security repaid.. 2,345 00 

Interest 3,104 79 

Fines 59 35 

Transfer fees 33 25 



Total $40,307 25 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $9.347 91 

Ijoms on mortgage security 39,485 45 

lyoans on other security 30,207 80 

Delinquents 614 65 



Total $79,655 81 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $17. 505 00 

Loiins on other security 9,197 10 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 3,S48 44 

Expenses, as per schedule 408 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 9,347 91 



Total $40,307 25 

Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 
stock .^ $79,655 81 



Total $79,655 81 



Shares of stock in force, 2,240; shares of stock loaned on, 693; membership, 300. 



31 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

NArPANEE. 
JACOB S. WALTERS, Piosiaent. HENRY E. COl'I'ES, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



DIsbursemonts. 



Cash on liniid June 30, 1906 $201 15 

Diies on running stock 2,175 00 

Loans on niortRafie security rei)ai(l 235 20 
Loans on stock or pass hook se- 
curity repaid, loans on other se- 
curity repaid 1,680 00 

Interest, regular loans 363 85 

Literest, special loans 774 23 



Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity, loans on otlier security.. 

Eypeuses. as jicr schedule 

Cash on hand .luly 23. 1907 



?5,065 00- 
6000 
304 43 



Total $5,429 43 

Assets. 

Cash on hand July 23, 1907 $304 43 

Loans on uiortgaKe security 4,250 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- , 

curity, loans on other security. 17,535 00 

Accrued Interest, special loans... 650 02 



Total $5,429 43 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $22,716 53 

Dues paid advance 2125 

Interest special loans, paid ad- 
vance 1 67 



Total $22,739 45 



Total $22,739 45 



Shares of stock In force, 144; shares of stock loaned on, 17; membership, 144. 



CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ELKHART. 



FREDERICK W. MILLER, President. 



LOUIS M. SIMPSON, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Disbursements. 



C.-.sh on hand June 30, 1906 $3,757 27 

Duos on running: stock 17,303 73 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 4,950 00 

Deposits 14,941 18 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 41,49100 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,972 00 

Interest 9,473 78 

Fines 110 20 

Membership fees 113 00 

Loan fees 19 00 

Borrowed money 6,000 00 

Real estate 1S3 90 

Refunder insurance and taxes 219 20 

Transfer 9 00 

Rents 304 00 

Fees and fixtures sold 52 00 

Sundries 7 50 

Total $101,906 70 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $3,779 10 

Loans on niortsajje security 132,314 00 

liOans on stock or pass i.ook se- 
curity 575 00 

Furniture and fixtures 318 61 

Real estate 1.102 64 

SherirC's certiflcate^and judg- 
ments 37 60 

Due for Insurance and taxes 87 21 



Loans on mortgage security 

I/oans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1, 

Withdrawals of running stock an_d 
dividends " 14, 

Withdrawals pai-l-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 5, 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 30, 

Matured stock 2. 

Elxpensetj, as per schedule 2. 

Borrowed money repaid 30, 

iTiterest on borro-\ved mcuev 1, 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Loan fees 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 3, 



726 00 
885 00 
323 88 
787 62 

593 15 

101 35 
094 63 

000 00 
377 77 

219 20 
19 00 
779 10 



Total $10L906 70 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $51,914 23 

Paid-\ip and prepaid stock and 

dividends 43.743 93 

Deposits and dividends 41,315 91 

Fund for contingent losses 1.200 00 

Undivided profits ' 38 09 

Appraiser's fees 2 00 



Total $138.214 16 Total $138,214 16 

Shares of stock In force, 2,461; shares of stock loaned on. 1,0S8; membership, 330. 



32 



ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



EQUITABLE BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

ELKHART. 

D. W. THOMAS, President. D. C. THOMAS, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $16,293 20 

Dues on running stock 5 25 

Loans on mortjrage security repaid 64,038 71 
Loans on stoclv or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 252 70 

Loans on other security repaid... 13,157 70 

Interest 4,059 64 

Rent 610 50 

Real estate 5.647 27 

Ref under insurance and taxes 98 54 

Overdraft 137 34 

Sheriff's certiticate 1,179 03 

Sale on contract 8,19123 

Profit in R. E 369 60 



Total $114,040 71 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $13,070 97 

I;oans on mortgage security 28,946 27 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 60 92 

Loans on other security 5,274 52 

Furni ture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 9,41189 

Due for insurance and taxes. 150 95 

Real estate contracts ' 10,944 67 

Profit and loss account 7,027 76 



Disbursements. 

Lo.ms on mortgage security $1,304 51 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 64,845 25 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 14,062 16 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 89 22 

Expenses, as per schedule 1,603 10 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 43 10 

Real estate 4,215 81 

Sale on contract 24 56 

Loss— Real estate 2,777 48 

Loss— Other loans 12,004 55 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907.. 13,070 97 

Total $114,040 71 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stocic $60,742 18 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 14,06154 

Deposits and dividends 184 23 



Total $74,987 95 Tot.".l 

Share.^ of stock in force, 5,014; shares of stock loaned on, 1,821; 



membership, 428. 



$74,987 95 



METROPOLITAN LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA OF 

GOSHEN. 
PERRY 0. PURL, President. CHARLES A. MEHMEYER, Secretary. 

Condition .Tune 30, 1907. 

Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,509 64 

Dues on running stock 404 48 

Loans on mortgage securitv re- 
paid 2,300 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 250 30 

Interest 173 50 

I'remium 39 35 

Rent 264 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 275 33 

Profit from sale- of real estate 483 14 

Real estate sold 577 08 

Increase value of home office 500 00 

Total ; $6,776 82 

Assets. 

Ca.'.h on hand June 30, 1907 $1,939 80 

Loans on nior'.gage security 4,800 00 

Loans on stocl\ or pass Ijook se- 
curity 512 20 

Real estate 6,465 48 

Due for insurance and taxes 388 42 

Profit account o vercTrawn 183 10 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $2,059 18 

AVithdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 597 00 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 250 25 

Expenses, as per schedule 746 27 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 

ro-R'ers 76 66 

Real estate 1,099 94 

Sundries 7 72 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,939 80 



Total $6,776 82 

Liabilities. 

Dves and dividends on running 

stock 7: $3,994 94 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 9,650 00 

Deposits and dividends 639 50 

Fund for coiitingent losses 4 56 



Total $14,289 00 

Shares of stock in force, 193; membership, 12. 



Total $14,289 00 



33 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



CONNERSVILLE BUILDIXG, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

CONNERSVILLE. 



D. W. ANDRE, rresldciil 

Ucci'ipls. 

Inics (ill iiuiiiiii;; slock 

liiicr'si 

rrciiiiimi 

Fines 

I'.oiTtnvcd iiioiicy 

I'ass bcKik 



JOHN G. MURRAY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Disbursciiionts. 



$3,332 SO 


58 70 


5 07 


54 


2,000 00 


H 75 



I><):iiis on niortijaKe security 

Loniis on stock or pass liook se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of niiMiiuf; stock and 
dividends 

Kxpenscs, as per schedule 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$3,500 00 

360 00 

902 20 

456 08 

22 50 

171 08 



Tol.il $5,41186 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tunc 30, 1907 $17108 

Loans on inortua^^e security 3,500 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 360 00 

Safe ...": 90 00 

I'.ooks 96 50 

Seal 2 50 



Tola] $5,41186 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runninj? 

stock $2,216 00 

I'.orrowed money 2,000 00 



Total $4,219 08 



Total $4,219 



Shares of stock in force, SC5; shares of stock loaned on, 115; membership, 56. 



FAYiriTE SAVINOS AX]> I.OAN .VSSOCIATIOX OF CONNKKSVILLE. 

JOHN T. LAIR, rrcsident. A. E. BARROWS, Secretary. 

Condition June ?>0, 1907. 



$21,094 09 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906... 

Ones on runninir stock 59,9it> 37 

I'aid-up and prepaid stocK 122,374 25 

Loans oil niortfi-ige securitv re- 
paid 90,000 00 

I/Oans iin slock or pass book se- 
curitv re|iaid 705 OO 

I 111 en'st 20,578 29 

I'ass books 53 75 

Real estate 705 20 

Transfer fee 3 75 

MiscellaiKMnis 183 &a 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortKage security $105..350 00 

Lc>aiis oil stock or pass book se- 
curity 565 00 

■Withdrawals of rnnniiif; stock and 

divideiKis 70,318 80 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 105.293 73 

Alatured stock 20,750 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stocK and deposits 9.93152 

lOxpenses as per schedule 2.062 35 

Adding machine 300 00 

Miscellaneous 82 22 

Cash an hand .lune 30. 1907 942 63 



>lal 



.$315,616 25 



Assets. 



C-isii oil h.iiid .Line 30, 1907 .$942 63 

1 ^o.i US on niorl gage security 355,943 00 

Lo;-,ns on stock or pass b(»ok se- 

(iirily , 460 00 

Fill nit un> and fixtures 27.^100 

.Vceriied interest 186 89 

Delinciuent interest 83 



Total $315,616 25 

Liabilities. 

Dues and ilividends on running 

stock $130,076 20 

I'aid-np and prepaid stock and 

dividends 217.094 72 

Fund for contingent losses 4.500 00 

rudivlded profits 387 43 

Dtio on loans 5,750 00 



Total $357,808 35 



Total $.3.57.808 35 



Shares of stock in force, S?,193; shares of stock loaned on, 3,374; membership, 1,021. 



^ 3-B.&L. 



84 



FAYETTE COUNTY— Continued. 



GERMAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CONNERSVILLE. 



JAMES E. PATTEE, Presideut. 



ORLANDO ELLIOTT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1906 $650 65 

Dues on running stock 39,077 93 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 27.499 00 

Interest i3S8 21 

Premium 365 97 

Fines 12 77 

Membership fees 16 00 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Real estate 850 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 74 27 

Overdi-aft 42 

Certificate stock 5,995 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 39, 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 1, 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Certificate stock 8, 

Insurance on c.-rtiflcate stock 1. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$28,084 22 



25 00 

676 09 
662 45 
000 00 
116 00 

86 67 
160 77 
575 05 
543 97 



Total $79,930 22 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $543 97 

Loiins on mortgage security 70,553 54 

Loans on stock or pass book se 

curity 

Furniture and fixtures 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Premium delinquent 

Interest delinquent. 

Fines delinquent 

Total $71,308 62 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,679; shares of stock loaned on, 715; membership. 



25 00 


Borrowed 


35 00 


Certificate 


73 56 




6 45 




64 80 




6 30 





Total $79,930 22 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $43,705 15 

Undivided profits 708 47 

" money 2,000 00 

stock • 24,895 00 



$71,308 62 



HOME LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CONNERSVILLE. 



JOHN W. ROSS, President. 



S. O. McKENNAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1.966 78 

Dues on running stock 16,953 21 

I'aidup and prepaid stock 23,560 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 20,000 00 

Interest 4,385 40 

Borrowed money 1^000 OO 

Pass books 15 90 



Total $67,881 29 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $33119 

Loans on mortgage security 92,725 00 

Furniture and fixtures 10 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

AVithdrawals of running stt)ck and 

•lividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dtvidends on paid-up. prepaid 

slock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 



$39,519 42 

15,115 15 

10,450 00 

1,880 28 
585 25 
331 19 



Total $67,88129 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on iiinning 

f-Tock $33,050 07 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 50,74114 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Due on loans 7,885 00 

Undivided profits 389 98 



Total $93,066 19 Total $93,066 19 

Shares of stock in force, 2,572; shares of stock loaned on, 904; membership, 282. 



35 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



CIVIC SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP NEW ALBANY. 

HENRY C. YANTES, President. HENRY C. BUSH, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Uoceipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906. 

Dues on running stock 

Interest 



Total 



$115 21 
65 70 
15 75 



$196 66 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $73 25 

E.KIjenses, as per schedule 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1907 118 41 



Assets. 



Total $196 66 

Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on niort^atre security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 



$118 41 
400 00 


Dues and dividends -on running 
5tOC"k 


$468 61 


22 00 


Fund for contingent losses 


16 80 
65 00 









Total 



$540 41 



Total 



$540 41 



Shares of stock in force, 48; sliares of stock loaned on, 4; membership, 44. 



EAST END BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

(In Liquidation.) 



W. A. HEDDON, President. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,035 87 

Interest 14 25 

Real estate 1,741 10 



Total 



$2,791 22 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $198 51 

Real estate 1,736 13 

Deflclt 939 11 



Total $2,873 75 

Shares of stock in force, 130; membership. 27 



JACOB BEST, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $638 12 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,732 50 

E.xpenses. as per schedule 63 50 

Real estate 158 59 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 198 51 



Total $2,79122 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stool; $1,386 25 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 1,487 50 



Total $2.873 75 



36 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



MECHANICS BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 



GEORGE B. CAllWILL, Piesideut. 



E'. J. HEWITT, Secretary. 



Coudition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $32 35 

Loans on mortgage secui'ity repaid 2,765 00 

Interest 92 95 

Real estate 3,494 27 

Refunder insurance and taxes 214 54 



Total 



Assets. 



Cash on hand .June 30, 1907.. 
Loans on mortgage security. 

Furnitui'e and fixtures 

Real estate 

Accrued interest 



6,599 11 



$57 76 

691 42 

260 88 

8,951 54 

39 GO 



Disbursements. 



I^oans on mortgage security. 
Expenses, as per schedule... 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money. 

Real estate 

Ca?h on hand June 30, 1907.. 



Total 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends 

stock 

Borrowed money — 

Accrued interest 

Over expense 



on runniui; 



$1,175 OO 

125 95 
4,000 00 

126 10 
1,114 30 

57 76 

$6,599 11 



$9,801 60 

lOO 00 

24 00 

75 00 



Total $10,000 60 

Shares of stock in force, 19S; membership, 31 



Total $10,000 60 



UNION SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 



PETER KLERNER, President. 



OWEN TEGART, JR., Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Carh en hand June 30, 1906 $1,178 90 

Dues ou running stock 10,797 70 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 6,329 31 
Leans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 98 00 

Inlerest 1,174 02 

Membership fees 14 00 



Total $19,591 93 

Assets. 

Cash ou hand June 30, 1907 $1,953 52 

Loans on mortgage security 16,349 26 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 535 00 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 



Total $18,937 78 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest on borrowed money 

Bonds 

Salaries 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total 



$6,500 00 

573 00 

7,312 01 

158 44 

133 78 

51 IS 

2,500 00 
410 OO 

1,953 52 

$19,591 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $17,563 89 

Undivided profits 1,373 89 



Total $18,937 78 



Shares of stock in force, 1,022; shares of stock loaned on, 163; membership, 209. 



37 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



ATTICA BUILDIXG AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OI' Al TK'A. 

T. KEID ZEIGLEIi, I'lesidiut. \Vl\.\. 15. REED, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, IDUT. 



llocoipts. 

Cash on hand ,Inno 30, 190(: $18.247 50 

Dues IIP ninniiiLi; stoiMc 52,ti3H Id 

Deposits and l)orr<)\vc<l ni(inc\' 47,8l'2 14 

Loans mi Miortt;aK»' sci'iirily re- 
paid 6S,G1S llj 

Loans on sto(dc or pass 1hh)1< s(|- 
ouritv repaid, loans on otlier se- 
curity repaid ...» 1S,S93 84 

Interest 19,710 93 

Menibfrsliip fees 172 5.5 

Refunder insurance 391 90 

Tax certificates 240 3S 



Total $226,733 56 

Assets. 

("ash on hand June 30, 1907 $19.287 85 

Loans on inortjj:a.i;e security, 
loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity, loans on other security.. 286,913 93 

Real estate 575 50 

Due for insurance 239 25 

Tax certiticatfcs 241 04 



Dishurseiueuts. 

Loans on niort^jaRe security, loans 
on stock or pass liook security, 

loans on other security $1.32,437 97 

AN'ithdrawals paid-up and prep.-iid 

stock and dividends 19,784 65 

Expenses, as per s<-hedule 1,913 45 

HorroAved nmney repaid 36,789 6U 

Interest un liorrowod nionev and 

casli divide, ids 5,30138 

Insur.ance paid for liorrowers 3.38 00 

Uea 1 est .-ae 575 50 

Tax certili<-ates 305 16 

Cash on hand .lune 30, 1907 19,287 85 



Total $226,733 

Lialnilitics. 

Dues and dividends on running' 

stock $250,702 

Fund for contin};ent losses 5.50<) 

Undivided profits 2,028 

Borrowed money 49,026 



56 



Total $307,257 57 



Total $307,257 57 



Shares of stock in force, 6.767.7; shares of stock loaned on, 2,357; membership, 786. 



COVINGTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COVINGTON. 

J. L. T0\VXSL1:Y. President. N. G. HARLOW, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



$4,417 85 
6,170 10 



Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1906.... 

Dues on running stock 

I/oans on morti;;i.^'e securit.v re- 
paid 4.403 03 

Interest and preuiiuni 2,182 46 

Forfeitures 25 70 

Loan fees 11 60 

Real estate 56 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 37 43 



Total $17,304 17 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1<H17 $6.804 68 

Loans on mortgage security 17.645 00 

Loans en other security 200 00 

Furniture and fixtures 75 00 

Real estate 965 85 

Delinquent dues and interest. A.. 90 30 

DeliuQuent dues and interest, A.. 71 26 



Total $25,852 09 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortjLrafre security $3.295 00 

Loans on stock or pass book si'- 

curity 875 CO 

Witlulrawiils of runnim: stock ami 

dividends 3.45163 

Matured stock 2,200 Wi 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 7 92 

Expenses, as per scheduh- 669 94 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 6.804 68 

Total $17,304 17 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $25,80') 85 

Undivided profits 46 24 



Total $25,852 09 



Shares of stock in force, 663; shares of stock loaned on, 176 9-20; membership, 114. 



38 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



HILLSBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HILLSBORO. 
JOHN W. FRAZIER, President. H. T. SCHARF, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Casli on liand June 30, 1906 $592 48 

Dues on running stock 3,633 25 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 2,900 00 

Interest 485 22 

Premium 209 00 

Membership fees ' 19 75 

Real estate 350 00 

Straight loan repaid 2,000 00 



Loans on mortgage security $2,650 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 1,536 34 

Matured stock 3,100 00 

Expenses, . as per schedule 138 62 

Straight loan 2,500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 560 00 



Interest on straight loan. 
Delinquent 



Total 



56 75 
239 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Furniture and fixtures 

Straight loan 

Due from delinquents 



Total 



$10,485 50 



$560 54 
8,650 00 

100 00 
53 88 

50O 00 
57 75 

$9,922 17 



Total - $10,485 50 

Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends 
stock 



on runumj 



Total 



9,922 17 



9,922 17 



Shares of stock in force, 278; shares of stock loaned on, SS; membership, 75. 



KINGMAN BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF KINGMAN. 

H. P. McCRARY, President. J. W. BLACK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30;, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $920 91 

Dues on running stock 2,520 75 

Loans ou mortgage security re- 
paid 4,800 00 

Interest 773 00 

Premium .' 386 50 

Fines 30 50 

Membership fees 9 50 

Borrowed money 600 00 

Miscellaneous ' 2 30 



Total $10,043 46 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $129 64 

Loans on mortgage security 11,700 00 



Total $11,829 64 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage secui-ity $2,400 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 5,594 51 

Borrowed money repaid 1,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 145 S4 

Miscellaneous 73 47 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 129 64 



Total $10,043 46 

Liabilities. 

Dtics and dividends on running 

stock $11,814 15 

Undivided profits . 15 49 



Total $11,829 64 



Shares of stock in force, 265; shares of stock loaned on, 117; membership, 54. 



39 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



NEWTOWN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEWTOWN. 

LEWIS FLOYD, President. A. E. HARRIS, Secretary. 

Condition .Tune 30, 1907. 



Recplpts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 190G $1,356 02 

Duos on running stoclc 3,438 20 

Loans on niortRage security re- 
paid ; 1,400 00 

Loans on stock or pass l)oolv se- 

curi'.v repaid 2,595 00 

Interest 1,102 32 

Premium 471 50 

Fines 33 80 

Meml>ership fees 49 20 

Interest short loan 304 00 



Disliursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $2,000 00 

Ix)ans on stocli or pass l)ook se- 
curity 2,303 00 

Witlnlrawals of running stock and 

dividends 1,367 89 

Expenses, as per scliedule 128 3ii 

Error 100 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 4,850 90 



Total $10,750 14 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $4.850 90 

Loans on mortgage security 15,500 00 

Jjoans on stock or pass liook se- 
curity 2,407 24 

Delinquent interest 102 22 

Error in mortgage loan 100 00 



Total $10,750 14 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on nmning 
stock $22,960 36 



Total $22,960 36 



Total $22,960 36 



Shares of stock in force, 469; shares of stock loaned on, 155; membership, 108. 



PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MELOTT. 

EDWARD LEE, President. E. H. EDWARDS, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



$486 SO 
3,919 75 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 1,650 00 

Interest 919 17 

Premium 372 24 

Fines ,... 26 16 

Membersliip fees 50 

Loan fees 30 00 

Transfer fee 7 25 



Total $7,411 87 

Asset .'<. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $100 89 

Loans on mortgage securit.v 15.525 00 

Loans on other security 2.31157 



Total $17,937 46 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $2,475 00 

Loans on other securit.v 2,31157 

"Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 2,442 61 

Expenses, as per schedule ' 77 60 

Interest 4 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 100 89 



Total $7,411 87 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock r. '^ $17,937 46 



Total $17,937 46 



Shares of stock in force, 286; shares of stock loaned on, 81; membership, 95. 



40 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Contiimed. 



VEEDERSBURG BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O^ 

VEEDERSBURG. 



W. E. ROWE, President. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



A. M. BORE, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1906 $7,775 04 

Dues on running stock 18,338 01 

Loans on mort-^age security repaid 7,600 00 

Interest 2,629 00 

Premium 1,314 50 

Fines 57 SO 

Membership fees 3 00 



Loans on mortgage security $16,100 00 

Withdrawals of running stoclv and 

dividends 12,066 12 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 7,017 71 

Expenses, as per schedule 513 91 

(;ash on hand June 30, 1907 2,019 61 



Total 



7,717 35 



Total 



,717 35 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,019 61 

Loans on mortgage security 53,300 00 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $55,28116 

Undivided protits 38 45 



lotal $55^319 61 Total $55,319 61 

Shares of stock in force, 1,526; shares of stock loaned on, 533; membership, 219. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, SECOND 
DIVISION, OF BROOKVILLE. 



RICHARD S. TAYLOR, President. 



FRANK GEIS, Secretary. 



:*onclition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines *. 

Membership fees 

r>orrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft 

Rent 

Tr.insf er fees 



Total $94,825 82 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3.106 26 

Loans on niortg'age security 84,860 00 

Loans on s!o<k or pass bofti se- 
curity 6,8.5103 

Furniture and lixtures 100 00 

Due from members 148 15 



$44,184 50 


29,945 00 


7.009 .iO 


5.336 10 


67 50 


211 50 


6,000 00 


2.000 CO 


15 57 


4 90 


37 50 


3 75 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

ciu"ity 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

ilaiured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Bank account overdrawn June 30, 

1906 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1907 



$30,805 00 

6,575 50 

28,884 52 

14,111 47 

960 46 

6.000 00 

98 21 

4,284 40 
3,106 26 



Total ■. . $94,825 82 



Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runniui: 

stock .", 

Undivided profits 

Advance payments by membei-s... 
Printing and incidental dues 



Total $95,065 41 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,786; shares of stock loaned on, 451; membership, 461. 



93,930 02 

128 19 

932 20 

75 00 



$95,065 41 



41 



FRANKLIN COUNTY— Continued. 



FRANKLIN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OLDENBURG. 

FUANK FLODDEli, I'lesideut. GEORGE' HOLTKL, JU., Secretary. 

ConOitiou .Tune 30, 1907. 



lieoeipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $1,753 5G 

Dili's oil running stack 5,784 50 

Loans on niortKUf,'e security repaid 11,897 00 

Loans on otiier securitv repaid.... 1l5 00 

Interest 1,09100 

Fines 10 60 

Membership fees 10 50 



I>isl)ur.senients. 

Loans on mortgage security $1.3,0.37 00 

Loans on other security 550 OJ 

\\'iilidi-:i\\ais of running stodc and 

dividiiids 5,75160 

Kxiieiiscs, as i)er scliedule 193 93 

Cash on liaiid .Iiiiie .30, VM\1 1,139 69 



Total $20,672 22 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,139 69 

Loans on mortgage security 15,690 00 

r>oans on other securitv 4,935 00 

Real estate 1,085 67 

Interest due and unpaid 12100 



Total $20,672 22 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runiiiiig 

stocl- $22,505 43 

Fund for contingent losses 465 93 



Total 



22,971 36 



Total $22,971 36 



Shares of stock in force, 260; shares of stock loaned on, 40; nieml)ership, 92. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 5 OF FT. BRAJXCH. 

AUGUST RODEMAXN, President. GEORGE ANNA McKINNEY, Secretary. 

Coudition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand Juue 30, 1906. 

Dues on running stock -. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Transfers 



$410 77 


3,465 70 


475 02 


6 60 


57 50 


73 50 


2 00 



Total $4,491 09 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $606 30 

liOans on mortgage security 9,100 00 



Total $9,706 30 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $1,400 00 

Withdra'wals ol running stuck and 

dividends 1,299 84 

Expenses, as per schedule 165 30 

Borrowed money reiiaid 1,000 00 

Interest on bori'owed money 19 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907..". 606 30 



Total $4,491 09 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $8,579 70 

Undivided protits 1,040 66 

Due on loans 85 94 



Total 



9,706 30 



Shares of stock in force, 241; shares of stock loaned on, 91; membership, 53. 



42 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HAUBSTADT. 

HENRY W. LUHRING, President. ANTON ZBITZ, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $35 05 

Dues on running stock 11,426 40 

Loans on mortgage security repaid £00 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 100 00 

Interest 788 25 

Premium 262 10 

Membership fees 80 00 

Transfer fees 4 00 



Loans on mortgage security $4,850 00 

Loans on stock or pass boojj se- 
curity and personal 5,000 00 

Withdrawals of ruiming stock and 

dividends 761 03 

Expenses, as per schedule 303 25 

Cash on hand 'June 30, 1907 1,981 52 



Total $12,895 80. 

Assets. 

Cash on baud .Tune 30, 1907 $1,981 52 

Loans on mortgage security 9,700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 9,350 00 

Total $21,031 52 



Total $12,89580 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $20,007 67 

Undivided profits, series 4 and 5... 1,023 85 



Total $21,031 52 



Shares of stock in force, 718; shares of stock loaned on, 190^; membership, 120. 



ECLIPSE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HAZELTON. 

W. A. BARNETT, President. H. M. ARTHUR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $583 45 

Dues on running stock 6,532 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 500 00 

Interest 292 10 

Premium 72 55 

ITiues 5 35 

Transfer fee 7 30 



Total $7,992 7o 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,061 58 

Loans on mortgage security 7,740 00 

Leans on other security 100 00 



Total 



3,301 68 



Disbursements. 



$4,500 00 
100 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid ' 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 71 17 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,061 58 



152 00 
108 00 



Total $7,992 75 

Liabilities, 
dividends on ranning 



Dues and 

stock 

Undivided profits 



1,595 75 
305 83 



Total 



9,901 58 



Shares of stock in force, 508; shares of stock loaned on, 20; membership, 105. 



43 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



FORT BRANCH RUILDIXG AM) LOAN ASSOCIA'IIOX NO. 4 OF FORT 

BRANCH. 
H. D. McGARY, President. G. F. HOFFMAN, Secretary. 



Condttion June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $67 23 

Dues on ninninR stock 6,898 00 

I.'iaiis on mortsage security repaid 2,300 00 
Loans on stock or pass hook se- 

cnrit\ repaid 300 00 

Interest 1,764 11 

Premium 41 

Fines 114 7:") 

Memliership fees 134 50 

Horrowed luonev 950 00 

Transfer fee 5 00 



$5,475 00 



Total $12,534 00 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1907 $38107 

Loans ou mortgaRe security 24,725 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity • 2.500 00 

Loans on other security 3,300 00 



r.oaus on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass l)ook se- 

curi'.y 

Ijoans on otiier security 

Witlulr.-iw .-lis of running stock and 

divldencls 

Expenses, as per schedule 

I'orrowed money repaid 

Interest on t>orro\ved monev 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 



Total $12,534 Ou 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $25,101 00 

Undivided profits 5,205 01 

Borrowed moiiey 600 00 



1,300 00 
1,100 00 

2,329 73 
176 20 

1,750 00 

22 00 

381 0« 



Total $30,906 07 



Total $30,906 0' 



Shares of stock In force, 497; shares of stock loaned on, 208; membership, %. 



FRANCISCO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP FRANCISCO. 



L. B. WALLACE, President. 



M. L. DEIVEESE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .lune 30, 1906 $1,772 00 

Dues on funuiug stock 2,473 75 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 321 69 

Interest 430 58 

I'rcnuum 38 19 

Fines 55 

Transfer fee 1 25 



Total $5,058 01 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1907 $1.366 02 

Ix)ans on mortgage security 8,060 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,943 00 



Total $11,369 02 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $900 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 450 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 2,033 68 

Dividends ou paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

MiscellanC'Ous 



120 69 
102 00 



80 38 
5 24 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 1,366 02 



Total $5,058 01 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $9,555 35 

TTiuli vided profits 1,813 67 



Total $11,369 0? 



Shares of stock in force, 182; shares of stock loaned on, 78; membership, 51. 



44 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



(JIKSON COUNTY PERPETUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

PRINCETON. 

EDWARD B. FUNK, President. GEORGE H. PADGETT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 

Dxies on j'unninj; stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
TiOans on stock or pass boolv se 

curity repaid 

Interest and premium 

Fines 

Rebate interest 

Tax certificate 

Loan fees and adm. fees 

Refunder insurance 

Overdiaft refunded 

Deposits 



$2,811 23 


8,722 05 


33,535 00 


28,873 10 


88 00 


6,802 46 


335 84 


57 27 


31 40 


219 OO 


188 95 


20 00 


735 53 



Total $82,459 09 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass Ijoolv sc 

curity , 

Loans on other security 

t^urniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Sherilf's certificates and juds 

ments 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Del. int., prem. and fines 

Miscellaneous 



$6,103 94 
S9;259 60 


131 60 

13 38 

439 95 

4.100 00 


109 82 

143 55 

1,877 60 

63 89 



$32,556 27 

21 60 
397 13 

5,692 OS 

27,799 00 



. Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
cni'ity 

Loans on ot her securit.y 

Withdrawals of running stoc-k and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money.,. 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Supplies 

Deposit 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 



Total $82,459 09 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $16,157 20 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 81,645 00 

Dividends and running stock 1,163 01 

Due on loans 2,196 83 

Undivided profits 1,080 79 



4,596 67 

1,562 11 

2,600 00 

39 00 


307 35 

27 63 

21 31 

735 00 

6,103 94 



Total $102,242 83 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,898; shares of stock loaned on. 



membership, 281. 



.$102,242 83 



HOME ECONOMY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

OAKLAND CITY. 
M. MARTIN, President. A. G. TROUTMAN, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $7,010 72 

Dues on running stock 18,281 02 

Loans on mortgage securitv re- 
paid 5,900 00 

Interest 3,259 91 

Fines 55 80 

Membership fees 119 25 

Miscellaneous 29 72 



Total $34,656 42 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $2,622 12 

Loans on mortgage security 41,965 44 

Furniture aij^I fixtures 13 00 



Total $44,600 56 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $13,800 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 11,527 7^ 

Matured stock 6,300 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 406 53 

Cash or hand June 30, 1907 2,622 12 



Total $34,656 42 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $39,710 16 

Matured stock 4,797 60 

Undivided profits 92 SO 



Total $44,600 56 



Shares of stock in force, 1,268; shares of stock loaned on, 404; membership, 227. 



45 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



LOCAL r.lMLI)L\(}, LOAN', FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

PRINCETON. 



S. F. Gir.MOUi:, President. 



.1. U. MeCOY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Kcceipls. 
Ituio 30, 1!K«; 



Cash on hand .Itiiio 30, 1!K«; $:{94 41 

Dues on ninnin;; stock 5,1111)50 

Lonns on niortgaj^e security re- 
paid 1,400 00 

Loans on stoclv or iiass l>ool< se- 

curit.v repaid 3,000 00 

Interest 958 34 



Itislmrsenients. 
rk or pas.s liooli se- 



Liian.s (Jii 

curity $450 00 

\\'itlidra\vals of ruiiuin;; stoclv 

and dividends 8,225 33 

Kxpeuses, as per scliedule 191 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,805 17 



Total $11,672 25 

Ass'^ts. 

Cash on hai.d .Tune 30, 1907 $2,805 17 

Loans on niortga^ie security 19,150 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity ' G,60O 00 



Total $11,6?2 25 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ninning 

stock $26,411 45 

Undivided protits 2,143 72 



Total .i;L8,5.^,5 17 



Tola 1 $28,555 17 



Shares of stock in force, 223; shari'S of stock loaned on, 125: nicniLership, 38. 



MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
OWENSVILLE. 



JACOB F. BIRD, President. 



ALFRED W. SPRAGDE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30. 1007. 



Receipts. 



Cash on haud June 30, 190G $1,839 33 

Dues on running stock 9.803 00 

Loans on mortgage Securitv re- 
paid 3,064 47 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,446 75 

Loans on otlier security repaid.. 1,696 34 

Interi'St 2,038 77 

Premium 4 00 

Fines 33 90 

Membership fees 50 

Transfer fee 5 00 



Total $19.93 

Assets. 



06 



Cash on hand Juno 30. 1907 $1,772 26 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4.499 47 

Loans on mortgage security 17,853 93 

Loans on other security 13.878 25 



Total $38,003 91 



Disbursements. 



rx)aus on mortgage security $3,-555 21 

Loans on stock or pass book .se- 
curity 3.598 17 

Loans on other security 4,616 50 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 4,183 82 

Kxpenses. as per schedule 184 10 

Borrowed money repaid 1.900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 100 00 

Interest 22 00 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 1,772 26 



Total $19,932 06 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividi-nds on nmninir 

stock $325 45 

T'ndivided proiits 5,179 76 

Miscellaneous 279 15 



Total $38,003 91 



Shares of slock in force, 730; .shares of stock loaned on, 299; membership. 143. 



46 



GIBSON COUNTY— Contimied. 



OWENSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OWENSVILLE. 

H. L. STRICKLAND, President. J. D. LANCASTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 3907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on liand .Tune 30, 1906 $203 69 

Dues on running stock 6,565 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 617 75 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 899 16 

Interest 1,021 78 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $1,718 59 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,114 90 

Loans on otlier security 637 50 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 1,252 19 

Matured stock 1,866 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 163 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. 555 00 



Total $9,307 38 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $555 00 

Loans on mortg'age security 8,600 26 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,743 90 

Loans on other security 2,755 50 

Furniture and fixtures 31 44 

Dues unpaid 58 00 

Interest on dues unpaid 260 93 



Total $9,307 38 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $12,278 50 

Undivided profits 1,726 53 



Total » $14,005 03 



Total $14,005 03 



Shares of stock in force, 524: shares of stock loaned on, 356; membership, 117. 



PEOPLES STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
OAKLAND CITY. 

F. VAN ZANDT, President. J. M. VANDEVEER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $620 54 

Dues on running stock 2,692 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 3,300 00 

Interest and premium 1,103 87 

Forfeitures 5 55 

Borrowed money 3,150 00 



Total $10,871 96 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2.677 70 

Loans on mortgage security 13,755 35 



Total $14,023 05 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $4,925 00 

Withdrawals of running stoclc and 

dividends 3,038 66 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 4125 

Expenses, as per schedule 205 85 

Borrowed mouey repaid 2.250 00 

Interest on borrowed money 143 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 267 70 



Total $10,871 96 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $11,496 34 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 491 37 

Undivided profits 35 34 

Borrowed money 2.000 00 



Total $14,023 05 



Shares of stock in force, 317; shares of stock loaned on, 139; membership, 56. 



47 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



SOMERVILLE BUILDING, LOAN AND INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION OF 

SOMERVILLE. 



JAMES GASCHO, President. 



M. I. McGregor, secretary. 



Conaition June 30, 1907. 



Ueceipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 190C .$132 60 

Dues on ruiuiiuf; stock , 1,427 85 

liOiUis on mortgage security re- 
paid 53 30 

l.oans on stocli or pass l>ooli se- 
curity repaid 135 00 

I nterest 54 35 

Fines 15a 

Transfer 4 75 



Total $1,809 40 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 



$40 89 
696 70 



885 00 
190 00 



Loans on mortgage security $600 00 

Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $1,809 40 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on nmning 

stock $1,775 60 

Undivided profits 36 99 



965 00 
140 00 


38 82 
24 69 
40 89 



Total $1,812 59 



Total $1,812 59 



Shares of stock in force, 1C8; shares of stock loaned on, 41; membership, 38. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MARION. 

WM. KNIGHT, President. FUED W. WILSON, Secretary. 

Coiiditiou June SO, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $117 46' 

Dues on running stock 3,788 79 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 6,075 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 5.200 00 

Interest 1.550 75 

Premium 1,550 75 

Fines 90 



Total $18,283 65 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $300 33 

Loans on mortgage security 57,900 00 



Total 



$58,200 33 



Disbursements. 

Ijoans on mortgage security $4.000 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 5,660 00 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends '. 6,170 00 

Dividends on paid-up. prepaid 

stock and deposits 2.053 27 

Expenses, as per schedule 100 00 

Cash ou hand June 30, 19i'7 300 33 



Total $1S.2S3 65 

Liabilities. 

Dues and di\ideuds ou running 
stock $22,535 22 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 35,633 00 

Undivided profits 32 11 

Total $58,200 33 



Share's of stock in force, S94; shares of stock loaned on, 424; membership, 139. 



48 



GEANT COUNTY— Continued. 



MARION MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MARION. 
LEWIS P. DBWOLF, President. . ELIZABETH F. LENFESTEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 1906... 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security 

paid 

Interest 

Pi emium 

Fines 



$716 43 
246 12 

308 09 

114 79 

114 SO 

6 10 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $595 00 

Withdrawals of running stoclf and 

dividends 3S8 74 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stoclc and deposits 20191 

Espenses, as per schedule 42 89 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. ........ 277 79 



Total $1,506 33 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 $277 79 

Loans on mortgage security 2,634 16 



Total $1,506 33 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock .-. $1,232 17 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 1,138 50 

Deposits and dividends 515 94 

Undivided profits 25 34 



Total $2,911 95 



Total 



2,911 95 



Shares of stock in force, 52; shares of stock loaned on, 8; membership, 22. 



MARION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MARION. 



J. WOOD WILSON, President. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 1906 $3196 

Dues on running stock 8,902 00 

PaJd-up and prepaid stock 7,100 00 

Deposits , 250 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 8,337 85 

Loans on other security repaid.. 80116 

Interest 1,880 47 

Fines 14 30 

Borrowed money 5,500 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes \. 106 67 



Total $32,924 41 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,995 19 

Loans on mortgage security 21,352 65 

Loans on other security 2,065 11 

Real estate 566 55 

Due for insurance and taxes 25 35 



J. S. SISSON, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security. 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and d(-posits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money r-epaid 

Interest on Iwrrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total 



$9,555 OO 
1,165 50 


8,019 OO 


2,400 00 


843 27 

440 55 

. 7,500 00 

306 S3 


182 52 

566 55 

1,995 19 


$32,924 41 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $4,24170 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 18,000 00 

Deposits and dividends 250 00 

Undivided profits 513 65 

Borrowed money 3,000 00 



Total $26,005 35 Total $26,005 35 

Shares of stock in force, 469; shares of stock loaned on, 209; membersliip, 60. 



49 



GRANT COUNTY— Continued. 



NORTH SIDE SAVINGS AInTD LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MARION. 
TIIKO. WOKUNKU, Presldeut. W. H. SPUINGKU, Secretar 

Couditiou Juue 30, 1007. 



Receipts. 

Cash on haud .Tune 30, 1906 $329 17 

Dues on riiiniin>j; stock 4,'Jo9 50 

Loans on niortga^'e security re- 
paid 1,771 84 

Loans on stocU or pass booli se- 



curity repaid 

Inlm-est 

rreniiiini 

MenU)ersluii fees 



Totpl 



750 00 

497 67 

185 00 

1 50 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortKa;re security $2,000 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,015 00 

Witli'irawals of running; stock and 

dividends 3,4.S6 62 

Exi)eMscs. as per scliedule 4ti3 '68 

Cash on lianci June 30, VMl S79 38 



3,444 68 



Assets. 



Casli on hand June :50. 1907 $879 38 

liOnns on niortgaj;e security 9,325 00 

Loans on sloclc or pass Iwok se- 
curity 1,115 00 



Total $8,444 68 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $11,120 14 

Undivided profits 199 24 



Total $11,319 3S 



Tot-il $11,319 38 



Shares of stock in force, 277; shares of .stock loaned on, 72; membership. 69. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



BLOOMFIELD BUILDING, SAA'INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

BLOOMFIELD. 



WEBSTER V. MOFFETT, President. 



R. E. EVELEIGH, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand Juue 30, 1906 $.3,295 24 

Dues on runnini; stock 25,102 63 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 26,150 75 

liOans on stock or pass book se- 
curity reiiaid 1,625 00 

Loans on other seeuritv repaid... 2.0OO 00 

Interest 3,460 8S 

Premium 5.065 00 

Fines "237 00 

Membership fees 86 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 17 55 

House rents 96 50 



Loans on mortgage security $19,500 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,515 00 

Loans on other security 2,000 00 

Witlulrawils of "unning stock and 

dividends 21,125 70 

Matured stock 19.200 00 

Kxi)enses, as per schedule 1,119 68 

Interest on advance payment dues 57 50 
Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 49 93 

Attorney feis on foreclosure 104 35 

Costs on sheriff's sale 42 70 

Sheriffs certificates and jiuiii- 

ments 1.010 80 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 1.41139 



Total $67,137 05 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,41139 

Loans on mortgage security 71.650 Oi) 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,115 Ot) 

R;-al estate 1,082 07 

SherilT's certificates and judg- 
ments 1,1.57 85 

Due for insurance and taxes 49 93 



Total $67,137 05 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $69,686 23 

Fund for contingent losses 314 86 

Undivided profits 6,465 15 



Total ... $76,466 24 



Total $76,466 24 



Shares of stock in force, 1,716%; shares of stock loaned on, 727%; membership, 260. 
4-B. & L. 



50 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS 
ASSOCIATION OF BLOOMFIELD. 



FRANCIS M. DUGGER, President. 



JOHN C. GILLILAND, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $4,626 59 

Dues on running stocli 16,317 50 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 7,140 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 25,647 43 

Loans on stocls or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 3,250 00 

Loans on other security repaid — 6,000 00 

Interest 8,774 85 

Premium 1,037 41 

Fines 249 14 

Membership fees 278 00 

Loan fees 245 80 

Borrowed money 2,300 00 

Real estate 216 92 

R'jfunder insurance and taxes 104 63 

Contingent fund 175 30 

Judgments 1,243 '49 

Rent 4 50 



Total $77,611 56 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1 

Loans on mortgage security 103, 

Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity 6 

Loans on other security 1; 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 2 

Sheriffs certificates and judg- 
ments 

Due for insurance and taxes." 

Dues, interest and fines delin 
quent ^ 



565 54 
268 82 

026 83 

500 OO 

71 65 

2,702 64 

800 23 
428 36 

1,546 91 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curii y 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends . . 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on ttorrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Judgments 

Costs of loans." 

Interest refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$28,903 06 

5,106 10 
5,000 00 

13,605 75 

4,639 41 
13,100 00 

12 00 

781 86 

2,300 00 

44 01 

278 27 

1,240 37 

776 31 

241 45 

17 43 

1,565 54 



Total $77,611 56 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running' 

stock $43,813 48 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 69,549 10 

Matured stock 1,400 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,030 57 

Undivided profits 50 98 

Borrowed money 186 56 

Due on loans 1,820 69 

Dues and interest advanced 59 60 



Total $117,910 98 Total $117,910 

Shares of stock in force, 2,393; shares of stock loaned on, 1,086; membership, 329. 



51 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY BUILDING. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

WORTHINGTON. 

WILLIAM G. KOTII, Presldout. EDWARD E. MILLIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Ufceipts. 

Cash oil liiiiul .lime 30, 1906 $4,644 28 

Dues on riiiiiiiii^j; stock 6,597 25 

Loans on uiortKaKC security re- 
paid 2,366 03 

Loans on stock or pass l)ook se- 
curity repaid 135 00 

Interest 1,731 64 

Fines 25 60 

Menibersliip fees 40 75 

Transfer 1 50 



Disljursemeuts. 

Loans on mortgage security $5,822 18 

Loans on stock or pass liook se- 
curity 235 00 

Loans on otlier security 2,500 00 

Witlidrawals of running stoek and 

dividends 4,799 24 

Witlidrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 405 26 

Expenses, as per schedule 237 85 

Cash on hand .lune 30. 1907 1,542 34 



Total $15,541 S7 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .lune 30, 1907 $1,542 34 

Loans on mortgage security 18.000 00 

Loans on stock or pass Iwok se- 
curity 125 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 4 GO 

Trust Co. certificate 2.500 00 



Total $15,541 87 

Liabilities. 

I>i;"s and dividends on i-unniiig 
stock $16,231 .39 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 5.932 22 

Undivided profits 7 73 



Total $22,171 34 



Total $22,171 34 



Shares of stock in force, 554; shares of stock loaned on. 180; membership, 125. 



HOME LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LINTON. 

W. J. HAMILTON, President W. A. CRAIG. Secretary. 

Coudition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on li.-md .Tune 30. 1906 $6,034 52 

Dues on ruiiiiiim stock 5,724 48 

I'aid-ui) anil prepaid stock 8,700 (0 

Loans on mortgage securitv re- 
paid 10.200 .■^2 

Interest 4.729 S> 

Fines 77 80 

Membership lees 165 50 

Ijoan lees 210 00 



Total $35,842 47 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $.3,478 13 

Loans on mortgage security .^1,.354 24 

Sheriff's certificates and judg- 
ments 636 70 

Dues for insurance and taxes 47 47 



Total $55,516 54 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $16,900 00 

Withdrawals of runninsr stoek and 

dividends ! 3,534 56 

Withdrawjils paid-up ar.d prepaid 

stock and dividends 11.C24 26 

lOxpenses. as per schedule 858 05 

Insurance and taxes paid for l>or- 

rowers 47 47 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 3.478 13 



Total $35,842 47 

LiablUtles. 

Dues and dividends on running 
s'ock $17,492 85 

Faid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 36.900 14 

Fund for contingent losses 21127 

Undivided profits 912 28 



Total $55,516 54 



Shares of stock in force, 2,232; shares of stock loaned on, 664; membership, 406. 



52 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



- OWENSBURG BUILDING. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

OWENSBURG. 



T. M. WAGGONER, President. 



C. M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 



Couditiou June ?.0, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Casli on liaud .Tune 30, 1906. 

Dues on runuinj; stoclJ 

Interest 

Fines 

Real estate 

Rent 



Disbursements. 



$164 46 


1.S7 70 


55 07 


4 25 


350 00 


5 00 



Matured stoclv 

Exoeuses, as per seliedule.. 
Cash ou liand June 30, 1907. 



Total 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1907. 
Loans on mortgage security 
Real estate 



$766 4S 



$38 9S 

1,600 OO 

250 00 



Total 



$670 00 
57 50 
38 98 



$766 48 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $1,84108 

Undivided prolits 47 90 



Total $1,888 98 



Total $1,888 98 



Shares of stock in force, 36; shares of stock loaned on, 16; membership, 17. 



SOUTHERN INDIANA MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

BLOOMFIELD. 



CYRUS E. DAVIS, President. 



OTTO P. HEROLD, Secretary. 



Condition June .30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .June 30, 1906 $3,144 12 

Dues on running stock 39,327 40 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 28,800 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 52,300 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,800 OO 

Interest and premium 19,076 89 

Fines 742 IS 

Membership fees _. 548 50 

Borrowed money .'. 6,000 00 

Real estate 578 40 

Ref under insurance and taxes — 246 80 



Total $152,564 29 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,6.57 S2 

Loans on mortgage security 220,550 OO 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,350 00 

Furniture and iixtures 50 00 

Real estate 1,674 62 

Sheriff's cortiflcates and Judg- 
ments 1,49153 

Due for insurance and taxes 653 86 

Real estate sold on contract 1,284 00 

Suits pending 868 67 



Total $235,580 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $65,450 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,400 00 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 17,77177 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 29,461 50 

Matured stock 15,138 19 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stocli and deposits 5,63119 

Expenses, as per schedule ' 3^297 73 

Borrowed money repaid 57000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 19145 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 425 99 

Costs 138 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 5,657 82 



Total $152,564 29 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $109,919 02 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 111.312 5,6 

Fund for contingent losses 7.500 00 

Undivided prolits 3,148 92 

Borrowed nionev...-. 2.000 00 

Due on loans 1,700 00 



Total $235,580 50 



Shares of stock in force, 5,608; shares of stock loaned on, 2,239; membership, 606. 



53 



GREENE COUNTY- Continued. 



worn'iiixGTON building association of wortiiinoton. 

G. L. BAKIOK. President. S. H. CARNAIIAN, Secretary. 

Coiulitioii Juno 30, 3907. 



Urccil.ls. 



«';isli (111 ii.'iMci .iiiiic lio. i:m)(; 

IMirs (111 nililiiii;; Stock 

Iji:iiis (III iii(irl)iiiKe sccuritv 

I'Mid 

Iiilcrcst 

I'rciuinm 



.Mt'iiilicrship t'ocs. 
Keal estatL' 



$i.ijii o:'. 


4,704.1', 


1:5, isy G7 


li.iiia 11 


•c.:; 10 


(III CKI 


■20 70 


23 00 



DiBburseiiieiits. 

Loans on niortL'a>,'e security *y,700 00 

Withdrawals of riiunin)^ sto<-l< an<l 

(lividciids L',77!l 75 

Withdrawals iialil-iip anil iircpaid 

slock ami dividends l.Xiit <^! 

Matured stock :t.S9 '.tj 

Expenses, as per sclicdiilc • Mi* ?A) 

Keal estate 132 18 

Cash on hand June 30. 19i)7 3,383 58 



Total $22,173 30 

Assets. 



Cash on hand .lune 30, 1907 

liOans on niortj;a;.;e security 

Itejii estate 



$3,383 58 
27:2S(i 31 
4,30.S !I2 



Total $22,173 36 

r.ialiilities. 

Dues and di\ideuds on runiiinii^ 
s' ock $13,345 40 

I'iildup ■•uid iirepaid stock and 
dividends 19,807 34 

Fund for contingent losses 114 93 

Undivided profits 1,051 14 



Total $34,978 81 



Total $34,978 81 



Shares of stock in force, 1,069; shares of slock loaned on, 448; membership, 133. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



INDIANA LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NOBLESVILLE. 

.lOHN THORN, President. CALVIN W. GRANGKR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1906 .$S,647 7S 

Dues on runniu}; stock 52,976 63 

Loans on stock or pass hmjk se 

curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines 

I^ioan foes 

Rents 

Miscellaneous 



Total $94,236 35 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1907 $12.S06 30 

Ijoans on niort^ras:e security 114.215 00 

Furniture and fixtures 200 00 

SheritT's certilieate 592 21 



24.409 OO 


7,494 07 


115 55 


41 50 


55 00 


496 82 



Total $127,813 51 



Disbursements. 

Loans on niort^raire security $22,084 00 

Withdrawals ol running stock and 

dividends 56.363 34 

I'>xnenses. as per schedule..' 1,432 85 

Insftrance " 110 64 

I-'oreclosure 592 21 

Appraiser's fees 29 25 

Taxes IS 81 

Costs 97 33 

Miscellaneous 521 17 

Loan 180 45 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 12,806 30 



Total $94,236 35 

Liabilities. 

Duos and dividends on runniui; 

stock $125..>35 84 

Undivided protits 2,477 67 



Total $127,813 51 



Shi'.res of stock in force, 4,64S; shares of stock loaned on, 1,222; membership, 220. 



54 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



GREENFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, GREENFIELD. 



VINCENT L. EARLY, President. 



JOHN COCORAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash dn hand June 30, 1906 $2,119 79 

Dues on running stock 14,451 13 

Deposits 420 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 14,730 00 



Interest 

Fines 

Membersliip 
Loan fees... 
Real estate. 
Orerdraft .. 



fees. 



166 18 
79 85 
17 50 
134 50 
750 00 
132 04 



Total $33,000 99 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907.... $680 84 

Loans on mortgage security 66,754 00 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Interest due 

Fines due 

Book fees due 

Loan fees due 



,259 70 


407 05 


142 99 


159 43 


24 60 


1 50 


23 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $17,325 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 10,672 27 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 2,437 17 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Real estate 

Notes 

Overdraft 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907... 

Total $33,000 99 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $64,395 53 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 2,117 17 

Deposits and dividends 206 05 

Fund for contingent losses 1,734 86 



515 68 


757 30 


230 69 


250 00 


132 04 


680 84 



Total $68,453 61 Total 3 

Shares of stock in force, 2,189%; shares of stock loaned on, 726; membership, 184. 



8,453 61 



HAERISON COUNTY. 



SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CORYDON. 

VICTOR H. BULLEIT, President. WILLIAM RIDLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $7,468 34 

Dues on nmning stock 3,574 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 33,700 00 

Loans on mortgage security i-e- 

paid 16,492 00 

Interest 4,043 11 

Refunder insurance and taxes — 18 68 



Total $65,296 13 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $11,674 05 

Loans on mortgage security 72,127 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 141 79 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security....^... $26,000 00 
Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 5,865 72 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 20,54120 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 15 04 

Expenses, as per schedule 95175 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 4 00 

Interest on running stock 187 

Interest on paid-up stock 242 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 11,674 05 

Total $65,296 13 

Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $9,076 87 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends ••... 70,367 65 

Deposits and dividends 130 40 

Fund for contingent losses 4,250 00 

' Undivided profits 118 18 

Total $83,942 84 Total .....' $83,942 84 

Shares of stock In force, 1,701; shares of stock loaned, 823; membership, 411. 



55 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

DANVILLE. 



J. A. DUNGAN. President. 



MAUDE L. DOWNARD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $59170 

Dr>es on running stock 3,15131 

Loans on nioiagnge security re- 
paid 

Interest 

I'renuum 

l<"orf eitures 

Meml>ersliip fees 

Kent 

Personal ' 

Tetai $5,710 90 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $138 82 

Loans on mortijage security 9,100 00 

Heal estate 200 00 



950 00 


478 25 


500 00 


9 25 


17 00 


12 00 


1 39 



Loans on mortgage security $4,000 00 

Wirhdrawals of running slock and 

dividends 1,389 48 

Kxpenbes, as per schedule 182 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 138 82 



Total $5,710 90 

Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Dues In advance 



8,424 35 

447 89 

565 fl8 

100 



Total $9,438 82 



Total $9,438 82 



Shares of stock in force, 124; shares of stock loaned on, 41; membership, 40. 



PLAINFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PLAINFIELD. 

J. E. PUEWITT, President. G. G. CUMBERWORTH. Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $34183 

Dues on running stock 8,346 70 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 5,075 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,574 08 

Interest 2,294 38 

Fines 32 20 

Membership fees 30 25 

Overdraft 69 56 



Total $17,764 60 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $31,875 00 

r>oans on stock or pass Iwok se- 
curity 784 00 



Total $32.659 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $10.150 00 

Loans on stock or pass-book se- 
curity 749 08 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 4.437 18 

Expenses, as per schedule 137 50 

Borrowed money repaid 2,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 190 84 



Total $17,764 60 

LiabiliUes. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $27,988 93 

Undivided profits 1,024 27 

Borrowed money 3,576 24 

Overdraft 69 56 



Total $32,659 00 



Shares of stock In force, 693; shares of stock loaned on, 331; membership, 150. 



56 



HENEY COUNTY, 



IJENUY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEW CASTi.L. 

WILLIAM C. BOND, President. MARTIN L. KOONS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907, 

Receipts. Disbursements. 

Cusli on hand Jime 30, 1906 $2,537 06 Loans on mortgage security $46,400 00 

Dues on ruuuiug- stock 27,25120 Loans on stock or pass book se- 

Loans on mortgage security re- cui-ity 320 00 

paid 42,300 00 Witladrawals of running stock and 

Loans on stock or pass book se- dividends 14,269 98 

curicy repaid 320 00 Matured stock 7,852 01 

Interest 6,308 85 Expenses, as per sciiedule 952 55 

Premium 924 73 Casli on hand June 30, 1907 10,030 46 

Fines 66 

Membership fees 182 50 



Total $79,825 00 Total $79,825 00 

Assets. Liabilities. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $10,030 46 Dues and dividends on running 

Loans on mortgage security 99,800 00 t-tock $104,233 55 

Loans on stock or pass book se- Undivided profits 2,847 74 

ourity 200 00 Dividends not credited 3,054 17 

Furniture and fixtures 105 00 



Total $110,135 46 Total $110,135 46 

Shares of stock in force, 2.69S; shares of stock loaned on, 998; membership, 443. 



KNIGHTSTOWN BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

KNIGHTSTOWN. 

FRANCIS DOVY, President. E. M. SHERBURNE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $26115 Expenses, as per schedule $148 60 

Dues on running stock 344 75 

Membership tees 65 00 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $26115 

Supplies $132 90 



57 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



BROWNSTOWN MUTUAL BUII.1)FN(;. LOAN FUND AND SAVFN(iS 
ASSOCIA'IION OF BROWNSTOWN. 



FRANK FALK. President. 



Receipts. 



D. B. VANCE, Secretary. 



Condition June ?.0, 1907. 



l)isl)ursemeiits. 



Casli oil hiiiid .Tune 30, lOWl $7fi5 12 

Dues on niiuiiii;,' stock 12,439 85 

Ivo:iiis oil iiioitiiUfie security re- 

paic. 8,800 00 

I.,oiiiis on stock or pass boolc se- 

ciiri.v repaid 1.170 00 

Interest 3,.329 44 

Kuics 24 70 

Delii.queiit dues 124 50 

Delinquent interest 89 10 



Loans on niorlgage security 

Loiiiis on stocli or pass ImoIj: se- 
curity 

\\"itliiiraw:ils of runiiin;; stock and 
dividends 

Matured stoclc 

Expenses, as per scliedule 

liorrowed money repaid 1,375 00 

Interest on advance payments 714 29 

Ca.»h on Jiand .Tune 30, 1907 1,807 56 



$8,250 00 

780 00 

5.650 21 
7.800 00 
365 65 



Total $26,742 71 

Assets. 

Casli on hand June 30, 1907 $1.807 56 

Loans op. mortgage security 42,625 00 

Loans on stock or pass IJook se- 
curity 1,485 00 

Delinquent taxes 212 90 

Delinquent Interest 143 30 



Total $26,742 71 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ruaning 
stock $46,273 76 



Total $46,273 76 



Total $46,273 76 



Shares of stock in force, 936; shares of stock loaned on, 428; membership, 164. 



CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND I-OAN ASSOCIATION OF SEYMOUR. 



J. G. LAUPUS, President. 



Receipts. 



THOS. J. CLARK, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Cosh on hand .Tune 30. 1906 $20. 

Dues on rnniiiiig stock 65 

Loans o.i mortgage security re 

paid 

Loans on stock or pass book se 

ciuity repaid 

Interest 8 

I'r'-mium 1 

Fines 

Menilx rsliij) fees 

Borrowed money 5 

S{i!e of real estate 

Miscellaneous 



688 49 
525 75 



12,470 00 



585 00 
3G3 66 
259 75 
191 43 
362 50 
,C«0 00 
800 00 
63 84 



Total $115,310 42 

.\ssets. 

("ash on hand June 30. 1!MI7 $2.375 61 

Loans on mortgage security 152,835 00 

Ijoans on stock or pass liook se- 
em ity 3,.575 00 

Furniture and lixtures 210 00 

Dues and interest due from lior- 

rowers 600 00 



Total $159,595 61 



Disluirsements. 



Loans on mortgage securit.v 

IjOans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

lOxpenses, as per scliedule 

Borrowed uione.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Overpaid dues refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$46,000 00 

1,910 00 

22,901 03 

35,610 81 

1,432 70 

5.000 00 

'29 17 

3 10 

48 00 

2,375 61 



Total $115,310 42 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $159,541 42 

L'ndividcd profits 54 19 



T'jtal $159,W5t;i 



Shares of stock in force, 5.174; shares of stock loaned on, 1,561; membership, 834. 



58 



JACKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF SEYMOUR. 



CHARLES LENINGER, President. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



C. C. FREY, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $6 03 

Dues on running stock 7,400 bO 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 1,000 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid, loans on stocli or pass 

booii security repaid 8,570 00 

Interest 1,908 60 

Fines 85 80 

Membersiiip fees 43 25 

Heal estate 600 00 

Transfer fees 30 

Rent 36 80 



Loans on mortgage security $10,500 OO 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 7,257 30 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance ana taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Interest on paid-up stock 1,115 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 84 



500 00 
264 00 



13 94 



Total $19,651 28 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $0 84 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 32,400 00 

Real estate 2,000 00 



Total $32,600 



Total $19,651 28 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
slock $13,585 68 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 17,700 00 

Undivided profits 1,315 16 

Total $32,600 84 



Shares of stock in force, 782; shares of stock loaned on, 324; membership, 108. 



JACKSON COUNTY HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
BROWNSTOWN. 



JAMES W. LEWIS, President. 



J. R. KENT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $4,998 35 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 7,925 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 3,825 00 

Premium 87 '85 

Borrowed money 28 50 

Miscellaneous 15 70 



Total $19,266 50 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,354 55 

Loans on mortgage securit.v 36,402 84 

Due for insurance and taxes 11 80 



Total $37,769 19 



Disbursements. 



$5,130 00 
1,768 55 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Boro-wed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Legal services 

Recorder's fees 

Overdraft 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $19,266 50 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $12,190 22 

Paid-up and prepaid stO'Ck and 
dividends 25,300 00 

Undivided profits 278 97 

Total $37,769 19 



4,709 70 


500 00 


1,479 27 


245 05 


3,500 00 


54 95 


28 50 


11 70 


484 23 


1,354 55 



Shares of stock in force, S51; shares of stock loaned on, 352; membership, 179. 



59 



JACKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



MEDORA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

N. V. TUOUTMAN, President. J. M. HINDERLIDER, Jr., Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,818 73 

Dues on runuinR stocli 3,054 00 

Ix>ans on mortgage security repaid 485 00 
Loans on stock or pass Ixioic se- 
curity repaid 125 00 

Loans on other security repaid 250 00 

Interest 672 89 

Membership fees 77 25 

Total r..... $7,083 87 

Assets. 

Cash on. hand June 30, 1907 $1,031 87 

Loans on mortjiage security.' 8,825 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2,590 00 

Loans on other security 3,9t)0 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $1,150 00 

Leans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,860 00 

Loans on otiur security 2,600 00 

Withdrawals or running stock and 

dividends 442 00 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 •. 1.031 87 



Total $7,08387 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $14,511 99 

Undivided prohts 1,SS4 88 



Total $16,396 87 



Total $16,396 ^T 



Shares of stock in force, ."02; shares of stock loaned on, 114%; membership, 51. 



UNION BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CROTHERSVILLE. 
WILLIAM GOECKEK, President. SMITH SAYERS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Dues oil ruauirig stock $5,885 00 

Interest 2S8 67 

Fines 7 00 

Membersnip foes 41 75 

Borrowed money 1,675 i/J 

Transfer fees 6 50 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $5,825 00 

Espeijses, as per schedule 83 26 

Borrowed money repaid 1,954 20 

Interest on borrowed monev 35 24 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 6 23 



Total $7,903 92 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $6 23 

Loi'.ns on mortgage securitv 5,825 00 

Money repaid in 1907 279 20 

Ti;tal $6,110 43 



Total $7,903 J2 

Liabilities. 

Dr.es and dividends on running 

stock $5,88SO0 

Undivided protits 225 43 

Tot.il $6,110 43 



Shares of stock in force, 572; shares of stock loaned on, 70; membership, lOS. 



60 



JASPER COUNTY. 



AMERICAN BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

RENSSELAER. 

EMMET L. HOLLONGSWORTH, President. ARTHUR H. HOPKINS, Secretary. 



Condition .lune 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $169 50 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 3,100 00 

Interest 366 50 

Pre;uium 366 50 

Fines 39 30 

Loan fees 33 BO 

Due individuals 3 00 

Part priufipal repaid 1,466 00 

Annual dues 14 OO 

Interest on paid and straight 

loans 26 50 



Ijoans on mortgage securit.v .. .. $3,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 645 21 

Expenses, as per schedule 67 93 

Commissions 14 50 

Cash ,-!n hand June 30, 1907 40 55 

Deposit First National Bank 1,447 11 



Total $5,5S4 iiO 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,487 66 

Loans on mortgage security 3,200 00 



Total 



5,415 30 



Liabilities. 



Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends $3,100 00 

Undivided profits US '66 

Part principal paid 1,466 00 

Due individuals 3 00 



Total $4,687 66 Total $4,687 66 

Shares of stock in force, 31; shares of stock loaned on, 31; membership, 13. 



IROQUOIS BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
RENSSELAER. 



JOHN EGER, President. 



Receipts. 



JAMES H. CHAPMAN, Secretary. 
Condition June 30, 3907. 

Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $80 96 

Dues on running stock 60150 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 800 00 

Interest 247 93 

Premium 123 00 

Fines 7 70 

Borrowed money 35 24 

Total $1,896 33 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $3,200 00 



Total $3,200 00 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $1,762 31 

Expenses, as per schedule 79 68 

Interest on withdrawals 27 03 

Fund to mature loans and stock.. 27 29 



Total $1,896 33 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $1,469 92 

Paid-up and prepaid stock aud 

dividends 1,490 50 

Undivided profits 152 40 

Due treasurer 35 24 

Fund to mature loans aud stock.. 51 94 



Total 



3,200 00 



Shares of stock in force, 150; shares of stock loaned on, 32; membership, 11. 



61 



JASPER COUNTY— Continued. 



I'ERPEIUAL IiUILDIN(J, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

REMINGTON. 



OK 



S.VMUKL BUOWN, rresidiul. KOI'.KItT I'AKKICK, 

Condition June oO, 19U7. 



Sicniary. 



lieceipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. liWtJ $2,388 92 

Dues on iiinnin;: stock 2,926 01) 

Paid up and pnpj'id stock 1.20!J 00 

Ijoaus on inoii l'muc sccni-itv repaid 5,895 40 

Interest l,.s(;7 90 

rriMuiuni 1,200 05 

Kiufs 3 00 

Kc.-.l estate 145 14 

Tot a! ?15,(i27 31 

Assets. 

Cash on h.md .Tune 30, 1907 $2,944 95 

Lo-ms ou luoi-tgaiLje security 38,168 34 

Ueal estate :. ' 83 08 



Total $41,196 37 



DisljursemeDts. 

Loans on iiiort^^'aKO security $4,900 00 

Willidrawals of runnin;; stock and 

dividends 2,708 36 

Withdrawals |)aid up and prepaid 

stock and diviili'uds 4,889 00 

J'^xpenses, as per scliediih- 185 00 

Ci.sh on liand .June 30. 1907 2,944 95 



Tol al $15,627 31 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $12,859 31 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 15,300 00 

Fund for continsreut losses 986 26 

Undivided prolits 12,150 8*1 

Total $41,196 37 



Share? of stock in force, .311; shares of stock loaned on, 196: membership, 63 



JAY COUNTY. 



FIRST BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIAIION OF PORTLAND. 
WILLIAM NORTH, President. GEORGE W. HALL, Secretary. 

Condition June '60, ]00T. 
Receipts. 



Caf.h on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $1,413 87 

Loans on mortj-'agc security repaid 12,924 41 

Interest 1,095 05 

Real estate 3^407 .37 

Rents 109 36 



Total $19,050 06 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $528 39 

Loans on mortira^e security 27,143 71 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Furniture and tlxtnres 

Sheriffs certificates and judj;- 
ments 

Raiance due real estate 

Balance 

Total $32,255 36 



605 00 
lOO 00 


80 15 
90S 33 

2,SS9 78 



Disbursements. 

Loins on mort.^asre security $76 62 

Withdrawals of runninjjt stock and 

dividends 11,958 84 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,994 75 

lOxpenses. as per schedule 440 13 

Borrowed money repaitl 400 00 

Interest ou borrowed inonev.. 32 50 

Real estate .' 618 S3 

Cash en hanu June 30, 1907 528 39 



Total $19,050 06 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runninj; 

stock $22.797 40 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 

di vidcnds 9,457 96 



Total $32,255 36 



Shares of stock in force, 79S; shares of stock loaned on, 200; membership, 181. 



62 



JEFFEKSON COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING ASSOCIATION NO. 3 OF MADISON. 



WJLLIAM H. MILLER, President. 



M. J. BOWMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1906 $338 81 

Dues on running- stocR 20,769 76 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 15,476 16 
Loans on stock or pass boolj se- 
curity repaid 774 OO 

Interest 3,878 59 

Fines 48 49 

Membership fees 42 10 

Borrowed money 5,200 00 

Real estate 750 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 153 b2 

Rent 60 20 

Personal accounts 48 70 

Suspense account 60 28 

Total $47,600 61 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,556 67 

Loans on mortgage security 59,342 73 

Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity , 7,150 40 

Furniture and fixtures 66 11 

Real estate 339 10 

Due for insurance and taxes 168 24 

Personal accounts 36 02 

Bonds 2,500 00 

Delinquent dues and interest 2,246 86 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loan.s on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of i-unning stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Kxpenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Suspense account ' 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$13,025 00 

6,350 40 

11,374 36 
4,400 00 

633 93 
7,950 00 

129 27 

104 28 

33 48 

43 22 

3,556 67 



Total $47,600 61 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $72,149 41 

Fund for contingent losses 100 00 

Undivided profits 483 92 

Boi-rowed money 2,500 00 

Advance payments 172 80 



Total $75,406 13 Total $75,406 13 

Shares of stock In force, 2,249; shares of stock loaned on, 422; membership, 402. 



63 



JEFFERSON COUNTY— Continued. 



GERMAN BUILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION NO. OF MADISON. 

LEMUEL KELLIOU. President. GEOUCE KELLKU. Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
liecoipts. 



Ciisli oil lijind .June 30, 190C $3,715 23 

IJuts on ninnlnK stock 42,937 90 

l..oans on niortKujie security repaid 27,433 27 

Loans on stock or pass Itook se- 
curity repiiJd 10,993 35 

Loans on other security repaid 
(i)ondsr 2,527 77 

Interest 7,660 33 

Fines 

Meuiherslilp foes 

Ijoa n fees 

Horrowod money 

Ileal estate r 

Kef under insurance and taxes 

Transfer fees 



64 91 


90 50 


298 80 


13,100 00 


718 14 


656 28 


6 50 



Total $110,202 98 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .June 30. 1907 $1,158 82 

Loans on luort^ajio security 101,832 58 

Ix)ans on stock or pass liook se- 
curity 7,896 25 

Ivoans on otber security 21,949 64 

Furniture and fixtures 150 00 

Real estate 2,790 34 

Sherill's certiflcates and judf;- 

ments 664 21 

Due for Insurance and taxes 1,593 00 

Dues. Interest and tines 1,30103 



Disbursements. 

IjOimis on mortgage security $27,110 00 

IjO.-uis on stock or pa.ss lK>ok se- 
curity 12.89060 

Loans on otlier security (honds)... 14,i>5t> 78 
Wiilidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 24,434 70 

Matured stock 20,400 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 1,240 62 

Horrowi'd money repaid 6,875 00 

Interest on lioriowcd money 67 53 

insuriince and taxes paid for Ijor- 

roweis 507 72 

Sheriff's certilicate 664 21 

Loan expenses 297 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,158 82 

Total $110,202 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $129,748 67 

Undivided profits 2,330 76 

Borrowed money 6,225 00 

Dues and interest 1,004 19 

Loan expenses ., 27 25 



Total $139,335 87 Total $139,335 87 

Shares of stock in force, S23y2; shares of stock loaned on, 176 2-5; membership, 530. 



HOME BUILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION OF HANOVER. 



H. A. TURNER, President. 



J. B. GARRITT, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30. 190G $4,546 02 

Dues on niiining; stock 3,908 60 

Ijoans on mort;iiige security repaid 5,934 11 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 60 00 

lioans on other security repaid 550 12 

Interest 1,710 75 

Membership fees, pass books 1 25 

Real estate 1,000 00 

Overdraft 50 00 



Total $17,711 35 

.\ssets. 

Cpsh on ha id .lune 30, 1907 $904 13 

Loans on mortgage security 19,280 80 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 81 50 

Loans on other security 6,134 6S 

Real estate 355 51 

Due for Insurance and taxes 74 21 



Disbursements. 



141 50 
1.160 00 



4.760 89 



Loans on mortsage security $4,883 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Matured stock not loaned on 4.473 33 

Expenses, as per schedule 384 03 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Intere.it on borrowed money 415 00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 32 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 904 13 



Total $17,711 35 

Liabilities. 

Dtios and dividends on running 

stofk $25,640 37 

Ii'uud for contnigent losses 1,144 42 

Undivided proUts 46 04 



Total $26,830 83 Tot.Tl 

Shares of stock in force. 311: shares of stock loaned on, 118; membership. 116. 



$26,830 83 



64. 



JEFFEESON COUNTY— Continued. 



HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION NO. 5 OF MADISON. 

JAMES STEWART, President. JOSEPH F. NIESSE, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 



Cash on band June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Rents 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on .siock or pass book se- 
curity repaid .• 

Loans on other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Attorney's fees 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Personal accounts 

Bonds 

Accounts 

Mortgages cancelled 



Total $U1,163 39 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,651 67 

Loans on mortgage security 94,164 38 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 12,187 92 

Loans on other security 450 00 

Furniture and fixtures 82 01 

Rents 35 00 

Bonds 25,376 50 

Accounts 2,575 98 

Dues, interest and premium delin- 

qnent 1,928 93 



$7,729 14 


41,695 45 


120 00 


20,584 58 


7,138 00 


2,190 00 


8,170 40 


36 70 


141 50 


66 20 


5 00 


16,000 00 


5,280 28 


1,905 OO 


98 94 


4 20 



$20,748 00 
6,357 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, ns per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Personal accouiits 

Attorney's fees 

Rents 

Taxes 

Suspense account 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $111,163 39 



29,464 09 


29,032 20 


965 09 


16.000 00 


398 51 


4.017 13 


136 50 


100 00 


288 20 


7 00 


3,651 67 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 
^tock $136,817 88 



Fvnd for contingent losses 

Sunpeuse a,ccount 

Suspended interest, premium and 

discount 

Personal account? 

Does, interest, premium paid in 

advance 1,514 20 



1,669 00 
36 36 



315 oH 
99 57 



Total $140,452 39 Total $140,452 39 

Shares of stock in force, 830; shares of stock loaned on, 195; membership, 445. 



MADISON BITILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION NO. S OF :MADIS0N. 
JOHN T. SCHOFIELD, President. JOE L. SCHOFIELD, Secretary. 

Condition -Tune 30, 3907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand .June 30. 1906 $6,075 78 

Dues on running' stock 31,627 15 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 16,161 18 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 6,635 00 

Loans on other security repaid.. 

Interest 

M'^mbership fees 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes... 

Overdraft 

Rent 



15,000 00 


5,720 77 


77 00 


1.727 00 


55 23 


12 58 


89 50 



Total $83,18119 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $4,.395 37 

Loans on mortgage security 51,057 46 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

cnrity 3.8610(1 

Loans on other securit.y 45,297 85 

Fnniittire and fixtures 250 00 

Real estate 904 39 

Due for insurance and taxes 160 08 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $16,734 10 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curit y 3,247 00 

I/Oans on other security 10,040 69 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 46,911 64 

Expenses, as per scliedule ; 1.257 27 

Interest on borrowed money 342 77 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

MiscelJaneoiis 



192 50 
59 58 
Cash on hand June 30. 1907 4,395 37 



Total 



3,181 19 



I>iabilities. 



Dues and dividends on niniiiiiu: 

stock $10.5,209 15 

Fund for contingent losses 717 00 



Total $105,926 15 Total $105,926 15 

Shares of stock in force, 633; shares of stock loaned on, 119; membership, 398. 



65 



JEFFERSON COUNTY— Continued. 



MITK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIAIION NO. I OF MADISON. 

WATSON N. BROWN, President. SIMON K. LKLAND, Secretary. 

Condition .Tune TiO, 1907. 



JU'ceI[)ts. 

Crish on hand Juno 30, 1906 $2,917 84 

I)u<'.s on rnnniuK stock 31,99185 

Lo.'iii.s on niortt.i>«e sccni-lty repaid 21,318 34 

Int.-rest 6,453 11 

MenilK rsliip fies 47 50 

Surpl^is 1 22 

Horro wed money 4.200 00 



Hefund. 
[•ivideiid 



iiisniance and taxes. 



5 10 
13S 18 



Total 



57.073 14 



Assets. 

("ash en hand June 30, 1907 $6.0C1 05 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 102.(;84 25 

Real estate 1.31.'} 47 

Due for insurance and taxes 244 09 



Tot-il $111,202 

Shares of stock in force, 1,279. 



Disbursements. 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

C'lrity $14,806 00 

WitJKirawals of running stock and 

dividciKls 34,564 50 

Withdrawal deposits and dlvi-, 

dends : 5,147 24 

Expenses, as per schedule 809 06 

Horrowed nion( y repaid 4,200 00 

Interest on l)orro\ved money 155 98 

Insr.rance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 59 46 

Suspense 6 20 

rremiuni 9 65 

I'a -v es 294 00 

Cash on h.-iiid Jiiiie SO, 1907. ........ 6,%1 05 



Total $67,073 14 

Lial)ilities. 

I'aid-up and prepaid stoik and 

dividends $93..361 06 

Deposits and dividends 13.794 12 

Assets over liabilities.... 4,047 68 



Total $111,202 86 



NUKTII MADISUX lUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 1 OF 
NORTH aiADISON. 



HENItY .SITKH, President. 



Contlitioii .Tune 'AO, 1!X)7. 



Ueceipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. ILtOG $1,161 25 

Dues oa ninninj; stock 2,616 20 

Loans on niortgafre security repaid 2^£25 00 
l^oans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 184 00 

Interest '. 452 52 

Premium 134 42 

Meml)ership fees S 60 

Porrowed money 2,0C0 00 



Total $9.0S1 99 

.\sscts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,429 42 

■Loans on mortgage security 8,475 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 451 44 



T-^tal $10,355 85 



F. H. AUSTIN. Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,850 00 

Ix>ans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 540 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 1,499' 22 

Matured stock 2.530 55 

lOxpenses. as per schedule 142 15 

P.orrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 90 65 

Cash on hand June 30, -1907 1,429 42 



Total $9,0S1 99 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runnimr 

stock $8.777 09 

Matured stock 1.122 22 

rndiviiled proCts 14 85 

Advance dues 441 70 



Total $10,355 86 



Sharcv^ of stock iu force, 255: shares of stock loaned on, 103; membership, 42. 



5 -B. &L. 



66 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 7 OF NORTH 

VERNON. 



VOLNEY C. MELOY, President. 



FRANK E. LITTLE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on liand June 30,' 1906 $461 74 

Dues on running stock 10,91180 

Loans on mortjiage security repaid 4,875 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 



Total $19,343 26 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $927 65 

Loans on mortgage security 46,850 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 380 00 

Fines uuoaid 50 00 

Interest unpaid 130 00 



security... 
pass book 



45 00 


2,827 27 


8 50 


49 65 


122 30 


42 00 



Loans on mortj; 
Loans on stock 

curity 

Witlidrawals of runuiu 

diyirteuds 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule... 

Borrowed mouey repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 
Interest on matured stock... 
Cash on hand -June 30, 1907.. 



stock and 



$8,193 00 

455 00 

1,231 96 

5,450 00 

186 20 

2,400 00 

71 60 

427 85 

927 65 



Total $19,343 26 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ruuning 

stock $32,383 65 

Matured stock 6,550 00 

Fund for contingent losses 2,082 00 

Undivided proflts 7,134 00 

Interest on matured stock ISS 00 



Total ^....$48,337 65 Total $48,337 65 

Shares of stock in force, 843; shares of stock loaned on, 472 3-10; membership, 112. 



JENNINGS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VERNON. 

E. L. WAGNER, President. .JOHN IILLSE, Secretary. 

Condition .Tnne 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1906 .$1,264 62 

Dtics on running stock 11,038 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 3,015 05 

Loans on otlier security repaid 1.684 03 

Interest 1.863 15 

Premium 621 05 

Fines 24 37 

Membership fees 1.35 00 

Borrowed money • 2,000 00 



Total $21,645 27 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $483 57 

liOans on mortgage security 26,785 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 5,660 00 

Furniture and flxliircs 67 25 



Total $32,995 82 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $9,429 90 

Loans on other security 3.355 00 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

uividenils 2,437 35 

IMaturod stock 3,080 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 75 85 

Borrowed money repaid 2.550 00 

Interest on borrowed money 12160 

Salary 112 00 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 483 57 



Total $21,645 27 

IJabilities. 
dividends on runningr 



Dues and 

stock 

Borrowed money 



$32,295 82 
700 00 



Total $32,995 82 



Shares of stock in force, 946; shares of stock loaned on, 629; membership, 162. 



67 



JENNINGS COUNTY— Continned. 



NORTH VERNON BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
NORTH VERNON. 



W. B. PRATIIER, President. 



W. S. CAMPBELL, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1,473 20 

Dues on running stock 15,817 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 12,750 00 

Interest .'.. 2,029 02 

Premium : 1,217 37 

Fines 70 10 

Membership foes 150 bO 

Real estate 4,106 91 

Rent 31 00 

Dues in advance 188 34 

Transfer fee 4 00 



Loans on mortgage security $15,100 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends G,735 17 

Matured stock 13,600 00 

lOxpenses, as per schedule 222 60 

Dues in advance 68 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,111 67 



Total 



57,837 44 



Assets. 



Total $37,837 44 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $44,843 54 

Undivided profits 470 34 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,111 67 

Loans on mortgage security 42,710 00 

Delinquent dues and interest 492 21 

Total $45,313 88 I'otal $45,313 88 

Shares of stock in force, 1,241; shares of stock loaned on, 541; membership, 231. 



VERNON BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF VERNON. 



ROB THOMAS, President. 



Receipts. 



NICHOLAS EITEL, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $238 89 

Dues on running stock 3,206 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 4,348 00 
Loans on other security repaid.... 

Interest 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 



1,299 00 


770 23 


16 61 


49 00 


400 00 



Disbureements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$2,550 00 

1.035 00 

5,272 50 

90 60 

SOO 00 

268 60 

311 03 



Total $10,327 73 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $311 03 

Loans on mortgage security 8,290 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,295 00 

Total $11,896 03 

Shares of stock in force, 297; membership, 72. 



Total $10,327 73 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $S.299 39 

Undivided profits 4i6 64 

Borrowed money 3,120 00 

Total $11,896 03 



68 
JOHNSON COUNTY. 



FRANKLIN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKLIN. 



DAVID H. MILLER President. 



SAMUEL A. WILSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906. $5,504 65 

Dues on running stock 16,226 50 

Paid-up and prepaid stocls 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Membership fees 

Transfer fees 

Real estate 3,865 00 



500 OO 
15,025 00 


926 S3 

3,310 83 

95 25 

45 00 



Total $45,499 06 



Assets. 



$5,188 57 
38,140 00 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity i 2,541 17 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Sold on title bond 8,525 00 



Total $54,494 74 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans -on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dlividends 

Withdra\Yals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Heal estate 

Interest refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$19,990 00 

350 00 

8,386 32 

500 00 
6,926 21 

81 50 

125 10 

3,950 00 

1 36 

5,188 57 



Total $45,499 06 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $53,492 26 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividerids 1,000 00 

Undivided profits 2 48 



Total $54,494 74 



Shares of stock in force, 1,306; shares of stock loaned on. 



I; membership, 255. 



GREENWOOD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GREENWOOD. 



J. W. HENDERSON, President. 



J. T. GRUBBS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $383 07 

Dues on running stock 19,327 75 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 12,041 66 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 9,779 99 

Interest 9,054 51 

Premium -. 2,840 10 

Fines 216 45 

Membership fees 1100 

BoiTowed money, bills payable 600 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 26 74 

Series to series 26,305 50 

Sheriff's certificate 3,315 70 

Kent 26 00 



Total $83,928 47 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1907 $117 47 

Loans on mortgage security 73,292 43 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 8,089 48 

Due for insurance and taxes 77 50 

Series to series 30,926 00 

Sheriff's certificate 499 06 



Total $113,001 94 



Disbursements. 



$18,717 00 
,, 9,885 07 



Loans on mortgage security 

Ix)ans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawal interest 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid series to 
series 

Interest on borro'^v'ed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Bills payable 

Recording and releasing 

Sheriff's certificates 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total ■ $83,928 47 

Liabilities 

Duos and dividends on running 

stock $62,906 00 

Undivided profits 18,569 94 

Bills pavable 600 00 

Series to series 30,926 00 



14,696 75 
7,177 02 
1,276 80 


26,305 50 
3,235 53 


61 50 

2,380 00 

47 25 

28 58 

117 47 



Total $113,^001 94 



Shares of stock in force, 1,284; shares of stock loaned on, 373; membership, 395. 



69 



JOHNSON COUNTY— Continued. 



MUTUAL BUILD1.\(J AM) LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKLIN. 
\V. II. YOUNCE, Presidciii. WILLIAM S. YOUNG, Secretary. 

Couditinii Ju'ic 'M), 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 190G $12,015 (55 

I)n('S on running; slock .-)9,U12 41 

L< ,ins on niortKiige security rcp.-iid 34,080 00 
Kfans on siocli or pass l)Ook se- 

curitv repaid 2, COS 50 

IntiMTSt 10,S48 63 

.Mciuliersliii) fees .WS 75 

Loan fee?- 42 00 

Ki.il cstale 9,909 00 

lli'Cuiider insi ranee .•ind tax(>s 270 35 



Disljiirseinents. 

Loans on niortgaj^e security $27,675 00 

Loans on otoci< or pass booli se- 

eurity 1,844 50 

Withdrawals of running stocli and 

dividends 19,173 61 

AVithdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stoel--. and dividends 5,000 00 

Mjitnred si ock 33,069 30 

Isxpenses, as per seliedule 12106 

Horrowed money repaid 2,100 00 

Interest on boirowed money 238 72 

In-ruranee and taxes paid for bor- 

rciwers 152 35 

Ueal estate 10,197 38 

Salaries 471 t)0 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 20,352 37 



'1 otal $120,irj5 29 

Assets. 

Casli on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $20,352 37 

. I-oftns on niorlgase security 97,577 93 

T-oans on stock or pabs liook se- 
curity 2,110 50 

Fiirniture and Sxtures 135 25 

Ueal estate 40,258 89 

Dne for insurance and taxes 431 48 

Total $160,866 42 



Total $120,995 29 

Liabilities 

Duos and dividends on running 

stock $155,0.';9 52 

Fund for contingent losses 103 67 

Undivided profits 5,723 23 



1 otal $160,866 42 



Shares of stock in force, 3,901; shares of stock loaned on, 1,915; membership, 838. 



KNOX COUNTY 



BICKNELL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BICKNELL. 

W. D. LFMEN, President. J. S. HOOVER, Secretary 

Condition .June 30, 3007. 



Receipts. 

Casli on liaiul .Tune 30, 1906 $831 83 

Dues on rumiiug stock ll.Olo 23 

I'a'd-up and prepaid stock 5,603 26 

TiOans on mortuage seeuritv repaiil 26.895 00 

Interest 4,938 15 

Fines 61 60 

Membership fees ' 1.6 00 

Tiansf er fees 5 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 17 0."> 

Interest on insurance 100 



Total $40,494 62 

Assets. 

Ciisli en li.iiiil .Tune 30, 1937 $2.218 78 

l.o.ms on nidi I age security 63.734 77 

I'ernitiire and fixtures 43 0) 

Due for insurance and taxes 7 00 



Total $66,003 60 



Disbureements. 

l.t-ans on n.ortLfage security $34,763 17 

■VN'ithdraw.-ils of running stock and 

dividends 7,915 74 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 506 64 

Matured stock 3.576 14 

Expenses, as per seliedule 4SS 05 

insurance and taxes paid for bor- 

rowei-s 11 05 

Interest refunder bori-owers 15 05 

Cash on hand June 30, Ut07 2,218 78 



Total $49,494 62 

Liabilities 

Dues and di\ide!ids on running 
stock $25,712 47 

I'.nid-np ai'd prepaid stock and 
dividends 40.133 61 

I'ndivided prolits 157 52 



Total $66,003 60 



Shares of stock in force, 1,536; shares of stock loaned on, 656; menibersbip, 168. 



70 



KNOX COUNTY— Continued. 



HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VINOENNES. 

H. J. BOBCKMANN, Presideiit. HARRY V. SOMES, Jr., Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,392 25 

Dues on running stocli 32,42101 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 9,700 00 

Loans on nioirtgage security repaid 69,100 OO 

Interest 12,318 14 

Real estate 15,500 00 

Miscellaneous 495 36 



Total $141,926 76 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $417 32 

Loans on mortgage security 185,800 00 



Loans on mortgage security $89,400 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 36,80137 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,500 00 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 6,017 62 

Expenses, as per schedule... 1,290 45 

Borrowed money repaid 3,500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 417 32 

Total $141,926 76 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $92,105 73 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 76,750 00 

Fund for contingent losses 5,000 00 

Undivided profits 361 59 

Borrowed money 12,000 00 



Total $186,217 32 



Total 



6,217 32 



Shares of stock in force, 3,574; shares of stock loaned, 1,858; membership, 476. 



KNOX BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

VINCENNES. 



ISAAC LYONS, President. 



Receipts. 



CHARLES G. MATHESIE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1900 $2,684 38 

Dues on running stock 6,181 25 

Loans on mortgage- security repaid 4.O0O 00 

Interest 1,201 72 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 



Total $15,567 35 

Assets. 

Cash on hand Juno 30, 1907 $1,243 35 

Loans on morti;age security 20,500 00 

Delinquent interest 218 90 



Total $21,962 25 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mort_gage security $7,300 00 

Withdrawals or running stock and 

dividends 6,650 05 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 60 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 313 95 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,243 35 



Total $15,567 35 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $15,797 30 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 2,300 00 

Undivided profits 2,364 95 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Total $21,962 25 



Shares of stock in force, 538; shares of stock loaned on, 205; membership, 63. 



71 



KNOX COUNTY— Continued. 



NORTH SIDE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNES. 

HENRY SCHWARTZ, President. OSCAR P.. WILLIAMSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Di'*>s on runninf;- stofk $18,835 58 

l':ii(l-iip .■ind prepaid sto<-k 4,700 00 

Loans on mortjra^u .^ccnritv repaid 2,700 00 

Interest ...' 2,335 57 

r.orrowcd money 7.700 00 



Disbni-sements. 

Loans on mort;;age security $20,675 00 

Witlidra\v:i!s of running stock and 

dividends 4,856 39 

Witlidrawals piid-nij and prepaid 

■:tO(k and dividends 2,036 96 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 173 35 

Expenses, as por schedule 102 50 

L'.orrowed niouey repaid fi,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 24 09 

Overdraft 26 25 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 1.676 91 



'lotal $36,271 45 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $1,676 91 

lyoans on mortgage security 37,025 00 

Delinquent interest 50 30 



Tota 1 $36,271 45 

Lialdlities 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $30,720 09 

Taid-np and prepaid stock and 
dividends 5.866 67 

Undivided profits 665 45 

Horrowed money 1,500 00 



Total $38,752 21 



Total $38,752 21 



Shares of stock in force, 1,511; shares of stock loaned on, 361; membership, 192. 



TEOPLES SAVINGS, LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNES. 

HERMAN BROKHAGE, President. .TOHN L. BUCKLES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $SS6 76 

Dues on running stock 174.816 05 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 27,900 00 

T/oans on mortgage security repaid ■109,-550 00 

Interesi 24.658 30 

Real estate 787 85 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $153.350 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 164,124 40 

Wiihdrrnvals p.iid-up and prepaid 

stook and dividends 6.900 00 

L>i^ idends on paid-up. i)repaid 

stock and deposits 6..SS9 85 

Expenses, as per schetlule 2.305 i>4 

Interest overdraft 29 45 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 r>.499 72 



Total $338,598 96 

.Vssets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $5,449 72 

Loans on mortgage security 34t).200 GO 

Sheriffs certificates and .iudg- 

ments 632 35 

Interest delinquent 128 45 



Total 



....$338. .598 96 



Liabilities 



Total $352,460 52 



Di.es and dividends on running 

stock r223.315-00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 110.,50O 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 3.814 60 

Fund for contingent losses 2.000 00 

Undivided profit's 3.702 47 

Interest unpaid 128 45 

Total $352,460 52 



Shares of stock in force, 7,699; shares of stock loaned on, 342; membership. 1.124. 



72 
KNOX COUNTY— Continued. 



VINCENNES AND KNOX COUNTY BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNES. 

CHRISTOPHER HOFFMAN, President. LOUIS A. MEYER. Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Casli on liand .June 30, 1906 $793 25 

Dues on running stocli 78,188 55 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 55,200 00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 179^600 00 
Loans on slocli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 14,462 75 

Interest 29,288 60 

Refunder insurance and taxes 385 45 

Judgments repaid 6,543 15 

Certiiicates repaid 1,80190 



Disljursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $196,670 00 

Loans on stoclc or pass boolj se- 
curity 10,524 25 

Witlidrawals of running stocli and 

dividends 77,934 75 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 54,400 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

Ktock and deposits 14,113 75 

Expenses, as per schedule 1,968 05 

Insurance and taxes paid for lior- 

rowers 554 25 

Judgments 7,150 00 

Certificates 2,541 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 406 SO 



Total $366,263 65 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security '. . 

Loans on stocE or pass book se- 
curity 

Sheriff's certificates 

Du(! for insurance and taxes 

Judgments 

Interest accrued on mortgages 

Accrued interest on stock loans... 



406,345 00 


9,898 30 


2,541 80 


309 90 


1,203 10 


5.078 40 


686 60 



Total $366,263 65 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $182,476 55 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 227,800 00 

Deposits and dividends 7,670 75 

Fund for contingent losses 5,000 00 

Undivided profits 3,453 75 

Interest repaid 68 85 



Total $426,469 90 Total $426,469 90 

Sharts of stock in force, 9,794; shares of stock loaned, 4,064; membership, 1,180. 



WABASH BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNES. 



EDWARD H. SMITH, 
Receipts. 



President. HENRY W. ALEXANDER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Cash on hand June 30 1906 $2,282 39 

Dues on running stock 3,975 62 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,200 00 

Loans on m^tgage security repaid 7,975 00 

Interest 1,493 21 

Borrowed money 500 00 



Total $18,426 22 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 $92 10 

Loans on mortgage securit.y 22,100 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,3.50 00 

Interest due 221 20 



Total $23,763 30 



Disbureements. 

Loans on mortgage security $9,04106 

I^ouns on stock or pass book se- 
curity 50 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 5,826 66 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 2,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 444 90 

Expenses, as per schedule 266 50 

Borrowed Di'>ney repaid 500 00 

Interest on boirowed money 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30_, 1907 92 10 

Total $18,426 22 



Liabilities 
dividends on running 
i] prepaid stock and 



Dues and 

stock 

Paid-up an 

dividends 

Deposits and dividends 

]\ratured stock 

Undivided profits 



$10,041 25 

11,975 00 
651 87 
401 73 
693 45 



Total $23,763 30 



Shares of stock in force, 515; shares of stock loaned on, 235; membership, 76. 



73 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



PEOPLES LOAN AXD SAVLNGS ASSOCLVTION OF WARSAW. 
CALVIN W. BLUKET, President. GKOUGE W. BENNETT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Ueti'ipts. Dishursemeuts. 



Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Real estate 



Total 



Assets. 



Loans on otlier security. 
Ileal estate 



Total 



$50 00 
21 25 
250 00 



. $321 25 



$40 00 

781 47 

$821 47 



Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 



$321 25 



Total $32125 

Liabilities 
Deposits and dividends $84127 



Total 



$841 27 



LAKE COUNTY. 



,HAMMOND BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

HAMMOND. 



W. C. BELMAN, President. 



A. F. W. FEDDER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $262 99 

Dues on running stock 63,51175 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 33,726 31 
Louns on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,145 00 

Interest 13,548 14 

Fines 

Membership fees 

BorroAved money 

Pass books 

Surplus 



4S1 64 


602 50 


28,574 72 


67 00 


54 21 



Total $142,977 26 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,663 72 

Loans on mortgage security 183,670 37 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 5,480 79 

Real estate 1,153 11 

Inventory 30 00 



Total $193,997 99 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

liOans on stock or pass book se- 

cnriry 

Withorawals ot running stock and 

dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Bo'Towed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

CtiSh on hand June 30, 1907 



$70,389 22 

2,735 00 

12,921 03 
37.900 00 

2,096 41 

12.386 05 

885 83 

3,663 72 



Total $142,977 26 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on ruuniug 

stock $146,368 50 

Undivided protirs 22.883 77 

Borrort'ed money 24,745 72 



Total $193,997 99 



Shares of stock in force, 5,454; shares of stock loaned on, 1,892; membership, 765. 



74 
LAKE COUNTY— Continued. 



HOME BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LAKE COUNTY 

OF HAMMOND. 



ANTON H. TAPPEN, President. 



ALBERT MOCK, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $590 45 

Dues on runuiug stocli 34,720 84 

Loao.s on mortgage security re- 
paid 19,476 10 

Loans on stot-li or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 795 00 

Interest 5,685 20 

Fines 310 17 

Me-mbersliip fees 290 25 

Borrowed money 9,500 00 

Transfer fees 27 75 



Total $71,395 76 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,702 45 

Loans on mortgage security 78,585 46 

Loans on stocli or pass book se- 

-curity 1,120 00 

Furniture ana fixtures 8185 



Total 



52,489 76 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $48,361 56 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,245 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 10,505 64 

Matured stock 5,300 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 577 11 

Borrowed money repaid 2,500 00 

Interest on bor-'owed money.. 204 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,702 45 



Total $71,395 76 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $75,489 76 

Borrowed money 7^000 00 



Total $82,489 76 



Shares of stock in force, 2,860; shares of stock loaned on. 



membership, 313. 



LAPORTE COUNTY. 



MICHIGAN CITY LOAN-BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN CITY. 



ELIJAH F. BEHAN, President. 



ISIDORE I. SFIRO, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $9,952 60 

Dues on running stock 88,499 50 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 61,428 05 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curitv repaid 775 00 

Interest 14,373 17 

Premium 2,234 48 

Fines 90 80 

Membership fees 482 25 

Ref under taxes 12 88 

Transfer fee 16 30 



Total $177,865 03 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $7,070 96 

Loans on mortgage security 249,015 95 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,650 00 

Furniture and fixtures 547 25 



Total $258,284 16 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $915 30 

Leans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 16 50 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 218 07 

Matured stock 403 28 

Expenses, as per schedule 2,277 71 

Taxes paid toe borrowers 12 88 

Interest on withdrawals 1,814 48 

Interest on matured stock 11,374 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 7,070 96 



Total $177,865 03 

Liabilities 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $228,215 50 

Undivided profits 30J)68 66 



Total $258,284 16 



Shares of stock in force, 7,284; shares of stock loaned on, 2,281; membership, 931. 



75 



LAPORTE COUNTY— Continued. 



MUTUAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCL\TION OF LAPORIE. ^ 

K. (". HOW, ricsiilriit. A. ir. I'KGLOW, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, lf)07. 



Receipts. 

Cash oil hand .June 30, 190C $4,222 32 

Dues on runni:i!,' stock 21,212 00 

Loan.-? on uiortj;af;e security re- 
paid 13,250 00 

liOaus oil stocl< or pass lioolc se- 
curity r(>iiaid 9,510 00 

Interest 2,951 00 

Fi-os 32 80 

l'orf<-itm es :}5 50 

Meinbersliip fees 157 00 

' Total $51,370 62 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $6,182 06 

I.,oans on niorttrajie security 42,950 00 

Loans on stocl; or pass book se- 
curity 12,154 91 

Furniture and lixtures 72 00 



LMslmrseinents. 

Loans on mortgage security $10,150 00 

Loans on stock or pass licok se- 

curi^v 18,819 91 

AVitlidrau-als of rininin;; stock 

and dividends 5,655 08 

Matured stock 10,295 23 

Kxpeiises. as per scliedule 26S 34 

Casli on iiand .June 30, 1907 6,182 06 



'I'utal 



$61,358 97 



Total $51,370 62 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $60,627 52 

Fund for conti.iircnt losses ' 236 09 

Undivided prolits 495 36 

Total $61,358 97 



Shares of stock in force. 1,702; shares of stock loaned on, 809; membership, 260. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



BEDFORD BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BEDFORD. 



GEORGE C. CAMPBELL, President. 



A. B. DYE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Ueceipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906.... 

Dues on ruiiniii;; stoclc 

Loans or. morri^a^e security 

paid 

Loans on stock or jiass book 

■.'urily repaid 

Interest 

I'reuiiuni 

Fit'.(>s 

I'.orrowed nioiHM' 

Uoal estate 

Ucnts 

Notes 

-Vccouiits 



I'otal 



$82 20 


8.440 64 


742 92 


l.-)0 00 


1,207 34 


120 00 


48 85 


3.500 00 


292 50 


27 50 


140 00 


77 53 


$14,829 48 



Assets. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30. 1907 $519 28 

Loans on moriitaire securit.v 21,500 00 

liuans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 150 00 

T-oans on other securit.v 328 64 

Furniture and fixtures 207 20 

Ueal estate 356 75 

Deiinqneiit duej; 2,6(X> 00 

Notes 158 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortsrajre security 

^\ ithdrawals of running slock and 
dividends 

Jlaturod stock 

ICxpensos, as per schedule 

P.orrowed money repaid 

Dues, interest and tines trans- 
ferred to accounts 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1997 



$800 00 



6,072 50 

3,350 00 

S76 76 

3,000 00 


210 94 

519 2S 



Total $14,829 48 

I^ial>ilities. 

Dues and dividcTids on running 

sto.k , $22,300 57 

Fund for coutinirent losses 19 30 

Borrowed money 3,500 00 



Total ■ $25,819 87 Total $25,819 87 

Shares of stock in force, 6S5; shares of stock loaned on, 215; membership. 148. 



76 



LAWRENCE COUNTY— Continued. 



MITCHELL BUILDING. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

MITCHELL. 



CHAS. W. COLEMAN, Presideiit. 



N. P. MARTIN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .June 30, 1906 $2,434 57 

Dues on running' stock 17,626 05 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 6,700 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 

paic 3,720 31 



Interest 

Fines 

Real estate 

Tax certificate 



2,087 21 

284 35 

97 20 

26 10 



Total $32,975 19 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $148 57 

Loans on mortgage security 59,110 00 

Dues for insurance and taxes 19 57 

Deposit 18 00 

Tax certificate 19 30 



Total 



1,315 44 



Disbursements. 



Loans on inortg'age security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits " 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest on borrowed money 

Fines, interest and dues refunded 
Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total 



Liabilities. 



20,221 OS 
5,180 82 



2,600 00 
4,201 00 

1S9 00 

411 42 

7 75 

16 15 

148 57 



;,975 79 



Dues and dividends on running 
f^tock $51,56106 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 5,080 00 

Fund for contingent losses 2,650 70 

Undivided profits ' 23 68 



Total $59,315 44 



Shares of stock in force, 1,447; sliares of stock loaned on, 570: membership, 259. 



77 



MADISON COUNTY. 



ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ANDERSON. 



ELLIOTT LEE, President. 



CHARLES H. EWINC, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



DlsburseiiK'uts. 



(":ish oil liaiiil .Tune 30, 1906 

Dues on ruiiuiiit; stock 

KaiiUs and tnisl (.■ouipanit'S 

(.'ortilicatos of doposit 

Loans and mortgage security re- 
paid 

Loans on stocl: or pass lx)ol\ se- 
curity repaid 

Collected on mortgage notes pur- 
cluipcd 

Interest 

Slicritf' s ccitilicatcs 

I'lotits on certiticates 

Fines 

Oilice l)uilding 

I'ass boolcs 

Application fees 

Tax and assessments refunded.. 

Insiirance 

Ueal estate 

Tax certiticates redeemed, can 
celled or assigned 

Gvavei road bonds redeemed or 
so'd 

Street improvement bonds re 
deemed or sold 

Guveniment bonds redeemed or 
sold 

Mortgage bonds redeemed or 
sold 

I'remium on government bonds 
sold 

I'romiuni on mortgage bonds 
sold 



'.rotal $1,616,676 7S 

Assets. 

Cash on band .Iinie 30, 1907 $13,277 25 

Loans on inert gage security 931.300 00 

liOans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 42.276 00 

Otlico buildinir 11.720 53 

Safes and Uxtures 1,450 00 

Real estate 719 57 

Shf^rilT's certificates 295 83 

Mortgage notes .' 13,748 29 

Money on interest in financial in- 
stitutions 72.300 00 

U. S. Government bonds 25,000 00 

Street improvement bonds 34,406 76 

Gravel road bonds 114.699 42 

Mortgage bonds 304.574 17 



$20,559 12 


"673,307 17 


110,000 00 


403,759 44 


210,300 00 


73,307 00 


2,901 75 


79,217 63 


904 70 


29 


906 90 


435 00 


413 25 


76 00 


28 92 


6 90 


2,193 21 


298 65 


4,639 50 


7,232 60 


10,000 00 


15,853 75 


325 00 


10 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

liOans on stock or pass book 
security 

Otnce l)nlldlng 

^Vitl)dra^yals of running stock 
and dividends 

Certificates cf deposit redeemed. 

Money deposited in financial in- 
stitutions 

Mortgage bonds 

Sheriff's certificates 

I'^xpenses, as per schedule 

Application fee refunded 

Miscellaneous 

Interest refunded 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 

Real estate 

Insurance, taxes and assessments 
on property in process of fore- 
closure 

Accnied interest on mortgage 
notes purchased 

Premium en mortgage bonds 
purchased 

Accrued interest on mortgage 
bonds purchased 

Interest on certiticates of de- 
posit 

OfBce furniture and fixtures — 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Losses 



$202,200 00 

SS,453 00 
860 25 

559.593 41 
435,817 56 

112.300 00 

186.777 92 

338 93 

7,999 24 

50 

60 

35 81 

263 04 
1,581 S3 



35 82 

78 00 

725 00 

2.507 93 

1,700 90 

375 00 

13.277 25 

436 81 



Total $1,616,676 78 

Liabilities. 

Dees and dividends on running 
stock $1,454,705 06 

Fuiid for contingent losses— Un- 
divided profits 67,487 48 

Certificates of deposit 58,575 28 



Total $1.5S0.767 S2 Total $1,580,767 82 

Shares of stock in force, 26,172; shares of stock loaned on. 9,735.76; membership. 7.781. 



78 



MADISON COUNTY— Continued. 



FRANKTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA'i'ION OF FRANKTON. 



EDWARD PRANK, President. 



ELMER SMITH, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Conditiou June 30, 1907. 



Cash en hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid . 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium ; 

Fines 

Membership fees 

RCfRl estate 

Ref under insurance and taxes 

Transfer fee 



Total 



$SS5 36 
915 89 
300 00 

2,399 87 

370 00 
691 90 
343 37 

111 60 

1 25 

HI 51 

40 05 

25 

$6,171 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $534 88 

Loans on mortgage security 7,620 76 

Furniture and fixtures 35 00 

Real estate -. . . 372 34 

Dne for insurance and taxes 62 64 

Interest and premiums due 105 22 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,100 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 135 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 3,303 73 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total .• $61,710 05 



Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 

Undivided profits 

Due on 'cans 



408 15 
125 43 


74 76 
489 10 
534 88 



Total $8,730 84 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 235; shares of stock loaned on, 98; membership, 83. 



$3,216 42 

4,700 00 
414 42 
400 00 

$8,730 84 



PENDLETON LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PENDLETON. 

WALTER H. LEWIS, President. WM. E. BROWN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $8,090 47 

Dues on running stock 23^630 50 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 12,990 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,937 00 

Loans on other security repaid..,. 10,950 00 

Interest and premium 4:815 33 

Fines 140 15 

Memliership fees 124 75 

Transfer fee 4 50 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Refurider insurance and taxes 40 51 

Real estate under contract 10 00 

Bonds 35 52 

Total $64,268 73 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $1,077 98 

Loans oa mortgage security 65,360 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 935 00 

Loans on other security 8.282 50 

Furniture and fixtures 125 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 14 88 

Real estate sold on contract 26164 

Bonds 216 02 

Interest on notes 829 08 



Disbursements. 

Leans on mortgage security $17,590 00 

liCans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,890 00 

Loans on other security 15,177 50 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 27,741 76 

Expenses, as per schedule 480 45 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 59 50 

Street bonds 251 54 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,077 98 



Total $64,268 73 



Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock 

Frmd for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 



Total $77,102 10 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,873; shares of stock loaned on, 459; membership, 318. 



$75,061 96 

380 92 

159 22 

1,500 00 



$77,102 10 



79 
MARION COUNTY. 



ADVANCE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



CHAS. MORBACH, President. 



FRANK M. HUEBER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Uecolpls. 



Dlsbiirsemeuts. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 1906 $4,&:5 04 

Dnes on ninninj; stock 23,584 75 

Loans on niortKa^io security repaid 8,3GS IW 
Loans on stot-li or pass book sc- 

cnrlty repaid ' 4,383 00 

Interest 2,557 98 

I'reniiuni 1,018 22 

Menihersliip fees 77 85 

Itea 1 estate 1,040 62 

Kent 753 00 

Withdrawal repaid 78 06 

Tot.11 $40,687 50 

Assets. 

Cr.n.h on hand June 30, 1907 $1,432 91 

Loans on mortjrage security 37^675 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,860 00 

Ileal estate 14.782 55 



Loans ou mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

W'thdrawals of ruuning stock and 
d ividends 

Matured stock 

Kxpenses, as per schedule 

Uc-al estate ,... 

Overpaid dues, interest, etc., re- 
paid 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



117,650 00 

3,710 00 

12,882 80 
8,900 00 
1,473 68 

182 38 

455 73 
1,432 91 



Total $46,087 50 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends ou running 

stock $559 58 

Fund for contingent losses 1,059 93 

Undivided profits 732 63 



Total $57J50 46 Total $57,750 46 

Shares of stock in force, 1,679; shares of stock loaned on, 526; membership, 220. 



AETNA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OL" INDIANAPOLIS. 



RICE T. BATES, President. 



HOWARD KIMBALL, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues ou ruuning stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Ref under insurance and taxes 

Refund of legal and real estate 
expenses 



$9,677 70 


27.804 to 


2.500 00 


7,006 40 


19,196 28 


4,260 00 


9.042 50 


683 90 


57 25 


7,927 91 


1,337 97 



460 38 



Total $89,955 14 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $12,183 79 

Ijoans on mortgage security 120,360 55 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3.355 00 

Real estate 35.796 76 

Due for insurance and taxes and 
accrued Interest 4,214 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of ruuning stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
Siock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers— I>egal expenses 

Rea I estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$23,829 55 

4,880 00 

19,076 80 

5,700 00 

6.006 40 
9,236 05 

1.682 SI 
3,918 88 

2,056 69 
1,384 17 
12,183 79 



Total $89,955 14 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $124,048 SO 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 25,100 00 

Deposits and dividends 11.711 14 

Fund for contingent losses 11.839 31 

Undivided prolits 1.73185 

Advance payments and Interest.. 1,479 00 



Total $175,910 10 Total $175,910 10 

Shares of stock in force, 10,487; shares of stock loaned on, 382; membership. 307. 



80 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



WM. H. HUBBARD, President. 



CHARLES W. MOORES, Secretary^ 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stocli 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines 

Rents from real estate 

Real estate 

Sundries 

Sales on contract 

Judgment and trust deeds 

Profit and loss 



$314 44 


181 00 


1,950 00 


250 00 


183 38 


60 


808 00 


280 73 


147 85 


275 00 


1,350 00 


50 00 



Total 



5,829 82 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907. $777 SO 

Loans on mortgage security 3,446 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 955 00 

Real estate 11,334 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judg- 
ments 2,050 31 

Due for insurance and taxes 4,733 00 

Sundries ; 187 10 

Excess loan account 417 99 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Sundries 

Interest on installments 

Judgments and trust deeds.".. 

Profit and loss 

Interest on prepared stock... 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907... 



Total $5,829 82 

Liabilities, 
dividends on mnning- 
stock and 



2,332 14 


260 OO 


818 59 


51 64 


428 30 


314 SO 


2 01 


263 53 


345 36 


135 65 


777 80 



Dues and 

stock 

Paid-up and prepaid 

dividends 

Sales on contract 

Taxes 



$8,762 72 

9,838 86 

585 00 

28 95 



Total $19,215 53 



Total $19,215 53 



Shares of stock in force, 247; shares of stock loaned on, 65; membership, 28. 



ARSENAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



JAMES H. TAYLOR, President. 



E. H. SHBDD, Century Bldg., Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $3^154 85 

,Dues on running stock 18,013 13 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 12,900 00 

Interest 4,447 99 

Premium 1,724 72 

Membership fees S 00 

Boi rowed money 5,000 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes... 17 69 

Interest and premium delinquent.. 50 00 



Loans on mortgage security $18,150 25 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity lOO 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 16,760 04 

Expenses, as per schedule 557 45 

Borrowed money repaid 4,500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 18150 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 30 71 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 5,036 43 



Total $45,316 38 



Total $45,316 38 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,036 43 

Loans on mortgage security 75,775 25 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 600 00 

Furniture and fixtures 50 OO 

Due for insurance and taxes 13 02 

Miscellaneous 48 00 

Total $81,522 70 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,002; shares of stock loaned on, 806; membership, 245. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money 



$74,904 86 
3.(517 84 
3,000 00 



$81,522 70 



81 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



BIG FOUR BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



(In Liquidation.) 



WYMOND J. BECKETT, President. 



DANIEL MATHER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



on hand June 30, 1906 $78 12 

on runuiii}; stock 500 00 

nj) and prepaid stock 60 00 

est 265 48 

estate 4,599 00 

348 84 



Casli 
Ones 
I'a id- 
Inter 
Real 
Rent 

Rent 

Taxes refunded 



484 9(J 
81 36 



Total $6,417 70 

Assets. 

Cash o"n hand June 30, 1906 $4,05117 

Loans on uiort;?at;e security 2,384 53 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 175 00 

Furniture and lixturcs 300 00 

Real estate 5,619 05 

Due for insurance and taxes 1.310 63 

Other assets in detail, viz 1,357 54 



DisbursemcntB. 



Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits $1,230 54 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Taxes 

Abstracts and commissions 

Real estate repairs 

Quletinj,' title 

Foes to State Auditor 

Moitgage release and exchange 

Judgment 

Rent refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Total $6,417 70 

Liabilities. 

Dues on running stock $6,406 11 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 5,850 57 

Dividends on prepaid and running 

stock prior to liquidation 2,88129 



6 21 


42 25 


368 28 


140 65 


68 78 


24 00 


5 00 


1 30 


468 19 


11 33 


4,051 17 



Total $15,197 97 



Total $15,197 97 



CELTIC SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 3 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



JAMES H. DEERY, President. 



JOHN R. WELCH, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $13,851 96 

Dues on running stock 320,58154 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 170,734 47 

Loans on stock or pass I)ook se- 
curity repaid 15,154 00 

Interest 50,141 38 

Membership fees 741 00 

Borrowed monev 27.200 00 

Real estate 352 82 

Sheriff's certificates 465 96 

Municipal bonds 2,861 75 



Total $602,084 88 



Assets. 



$50,599 80 
864,015 68 



Cash on hand June 30. 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Tvoans on stock or pass book se 

curity 17.24S 03 

Real estate 10.348 34 

B.irrett law bonds 20,755 69 

Sheriff's certificate 530 81 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $276, 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 27, 

Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 196, 

^latured stock IS, 

Expenses, as, per schedule 3, 

Borrowed money repaid 27, 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate .^ 

Sheritf's certiticatcs 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 50, 



250 48 

779 00 

376 38 
766 02 
751 92 
200 00 
394 68 
435 79 
530 81 
599 SO 



Total $602,084 SS 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $948,305 07 

Fund for contingent losses. "15,193 28 



Total $963.498 35 Total 

Shares, 10,480; total sliares, 3,987: total membership, 2,164. 



.$963,498 35 



6-B.&L. 



82 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 4 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

HENRY BECKER, Presideut. L. D. BUENTING, Secretary. 

Condition June SO, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash ou hand .Time 30, 1906 $36 50 

Dues on running stock ; 4,95165- 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 3,665 00 

Interest 1,252 03 

Premium 45 90 

Membership fees 50 



Disbui-sements. 

Loans on mortgage security $2,475 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,015 00 

Loans on otlier security 1,000 00 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 847 05 

Expenses, as per schedule 233 85 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,130 68 



Total $10,70158 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,130 68 

Loans on mortgage security 20,425 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,075 00 

Loans on other security 1,000 00 



Total $10,701 58 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock '... $24,512 65 

Fund for contingent losses 1,38100 

Univided pioflts ,^ 1,737 03 



Total $27,630 68 



Total $27,630 68 



Shares of stock in force, 171; shares of stock loaned on, 2S; membership, 69. 



CRESCENT LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

D. B. HOLMAN, President. H. T. HACKERDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. Disbursemenfs. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906. 



Total 



$608 36 



$608 36 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $603 36 

Loans on mortgage security 2,550 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 205 00 

Furniture and fixtures 15 00 

Profit and loss 3,. 580 87 

Vernon Insurance Company 60 00 



Total $7,014 23 

Membership, 111. 



Expenses, as per schedule. . 
Cash on hand June 30, 1907. 



$5 00 
603 36 



Total 



$608 36 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 
stock $3,156 98 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 3,856 25 

Deposits and dividends 100 



Total $7,014 23 



83 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



COLLEGE AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



W. D. COOPEU, President. 



FRED C. GARDNER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Kcoolpts. 



Disbursements. 



Dues on nmniii}; stofii $20,509 02 

Loans on niorijjage security re- 
paid 8,304 48 

Ivoans on stocli or pass l>ooij se- 
curity repaid 2,805 00 

Loans on other security repaid... 10,800 00 

Interest 3J32 03 

I'remiuni 6 76 

MeiulKTsliip fees 12 50 

Overdraft 130 03 



Loans on uiortgaRe security $4,400 00 

Loans on stocli or pass liook se- 
curity 4,810 00 

Ijoans on otlier security 3,500 00 

Witiidrawals of running stocli and 

dividends 15,006 03 

Matured stock 14,290 70 

Expenses, as per scliedule 804 51 

Borrowed money repaid 3,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 159 00 

Sundries .' 14 00 

Overdraft 315 58 



, Total" $46,299 82 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $49,578 40 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,616 00 

Loans on other security 16,584 00 



Total $46,299 82 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $57,908 68 

Funds for contingent losses 2,752 97 

Undivided profits 6,986 72 

Overdraft 130 03 



Total $67,778 40 



Total $67,778 40 



Shares of stock in force, 603; shares of stock loaned on, 246; membership, 199. 



COMMONWEALTH LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



A. H. XOKDYKE, President 



CHARLES E. DARK, Secretary. 



Condition Jnne 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,210 94 

Duos on running stock 16 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,450 00 

Premium 540 90 



Total $5,217 84 

Assets. 

Ca.sh on hand June 30, 1907 $2.472 66 

Loans on mortgage security 3.992 45 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,625 00 

Furniture and fixtures 178 50 

Real estate 3,260 05 



Total $11,528 66 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $1,201 38 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits .". 490 84 

Expenses, as uer schedule 230 19 

Real estate 822 77 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2.472 66 



Total $5,217 84 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runninc 

stock ^. $9,494 73 

Fund for coutinarent losses 862 66 

Undivided profits 1.17127 



Total $11,528 66 



Shares of stock in force, 229; shares of stock loaned on, 93; membership, 20. 



84 



MARION COUNTY— Continiied. 



DEPOSIT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. B. PHILLIPS, President. W. A. ZUMPFE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $3,516 65 

Dues on ranning stock 4,014 65 

Loans on mortgage security re- 

naitt 5,775 00 

Interest 230 S7 

I'romium 559 34 

Fines 83 93 



Loans on mortgage security $2,475 00 

Witlidrawals of running stocli and 

dividends 5,775 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stocli and deposits 319 56 

Expenses, as per scliedule 445 00 

Undivided profits 554 23 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 4,61165 



Total $14,180 44 

Assets. 



Cash on band June 30, 1907.... 
Loans on niortgage security. 



Total 



$4,611 65 
4,040 72 



,652 37 



Total ?14,1S0 44 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $8,354 24 

Fund for contingent losses £98 13 



Total 



^8,652 37 



Shares of stock in force, 4,670; shares of stock ioaned on, 3,232; membership, 67. 



DIME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP INDIANAPOLIS. 
CHARLES E. HOLLOWAY, President. CARLETON B. McCULLOCH, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash en hand June 30, 1906 $1,481 03 

Dues on running stock 45^968 95 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid -. 10,844 00 

Interest 1,863 43 

Pre mium 24 35 

Borrowed money 800 00 

Real estate 50 00 



Total 



,531 76 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,280 88 

Loans on mortgage security 24,927 06 



Total $27,207 94 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,876 56 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 48,462 21 

Expenses, as per schedule 2,108 11 

r.orroved money repaid 800 00 

Interest on 'borrowed money 4 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. 2,280 88 



Total $61,531 76 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $23,677 36 

Fund for contingent losses 1,465 68 

Undivided prohts 2,064 90 



Total $27,207 94 



85 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



DOWNEY STREET SAVINGS AND f-OAN ASSOCIATION NO. G OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



FKED HOFIIKUU, Prcsidcui. 



I'KTKll OHLEYER, Secretary. 



Condition .Tune :50, 1907. 



Receipts. 



C:i.sh on liaiul June 30, 190C $8G7 T.i 

Duos on riuiiiing stock l(j,849 SO 

liOi'.iis on mortgage security n- 

paid 8,350 00 

Loans on stocli or pass l)oolv si'- 

lurily ri'paiU 1,870 00 

Intorcst 2,138 50 

Fines 40 

Transfer fees 1 25 



Total $30,077 68 

.\s3ets. 

Casli on hand June 30, 1907 $1,732 08 

Ivoans on mortgage security 43,275 00 

Loans on stocli or pass bool< se- 
curity 7.S20 OO 

Loans to otlicr associations 1,500 00 



Dislmrsemeuts. 



l^oans on mortgage security $11,350 00 

Loans on stock or pass hook se- 
curity 4,070 00 

Witlidrawals of ininnlng stock and 

dividends 4,521 00 

Expenses, as per scliedule 39100 

Borrowed money repaid 7,650 00 

Interest ou borrowed money 363 00 

Casli on hand June 30, 1907. 1,732 68 



Total $30,077 68 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on nuining 

slock $51,308 40 

Fund for contingent losses 2,669 28 

Due on loans 350 00 



Total $54,327 68 

Share;; pf stock in force, 552; niojnbership, 178. 



Total $04,327 68 



DOWNEY STREET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 7 OF 

INDlANVrOLTS. 

JONATHAN i'. WAKNEU. I'resideut. PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition .Tune ."30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $190 70 

D'les on running stock 14,508 45 

Loans Oh mortgage security re- 
paid 3.075 00 

Loans on stock or pass btmk so- 

curitv repaid 9^0 00 

Interest 1.314 5:1 

Fiiios GO 

Transfer fee 175 

1 torro wed money 500 00 

Loans to other associations re- 
paid 1,000 00 



Total $21,511 10 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 $23 20 

Loans on mortgage security 27,900 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,305 OO 



Dislmrseuients. 



,400 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

lioans ou stock or pass bcKik se- 
curity 3.430 00 

Wuhdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 3,142 15 

lOxpenses. as per schedule 358 00 

Horrowed money repaid 6,800 00 

Interest on borrowed money 357 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,320 00 



Total $21,511 10 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends ou rnnuing 

stock $31,614 00 

Fund for contingent losses 614 20 



Tot!\l $32,228 20 

Shares of stock in force, 479; membership, 167. 



Total $32.228 20 



86 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



DOWNEY STREET SAV1N(^S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 8 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



JONATHAN T. WARNER, President. 



PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 



Coudition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash ov. Iiand .Fune 30, 1906 $803 54 

Uiies on rnnnicg stock 13,304 50 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 9,550 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 250 00 

Interest 1,616 70 

Fines 10 

Transfer fee ■ 10 50 

Borrowed money 12,000 00 

Rent 232 60 



Total 



7,76,7 94 



Assets. 



Casli on liaud June 30, 1907 $308 29 

Loans ori mortgage security 26,700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,820 00 

Rea! estate 2,566 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,650 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,575 00 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 3,582 70 

Expenses, as per schedule 321 57 

Borrowed money repaid 23,450 00 

Interest on borrowed money 870 38 

Ca-sh on hand June 30, 1907.'. 308 29 



Total $37,767 94 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $20,695 40 

Fund for contingent losses 448 89 

Borrowed money 10,250 00 



Total $31,394 29 

Shares of stock in force, 409; membership, 127. 



Total $31,394 29 



EAST END SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



GEORGE FATE, President. 



L. D. BUBNTING, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $839 14 

Dues on running stock 9,600 60 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 9,250 00 

Loans on stock or pass boolt se- 
curity i-enaid 355 00 

Interest . . : 1,396 55 

Premium 380 OO 

Membership fees 38 00 

Borrowed monev' 2,000 00 

Real estate 200 00 

Rent 246 62 



Total $24,305 91 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $817 95 

Loans on mortgage security 24,240 00 

I..oans on stock oa- pass book se- 
curity 1,180 00 



Total 



6,237 95 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $12,190 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 685 00 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 2,388 80 

Matured stock 7,600 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 624 16 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 817 95 



Total $24,305 91 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $21,700 70 

Fund for contingent losses 1,31190 

I^ndivided profits 1,225 35 

Borrowed money 2,000 00 



Total $26,237 95 



Shares of stock In force, 377; shares of stock loaned on, 87; membership, 



87 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



EAST MICHIGAN STREET BUILI>IX(i AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

ANTON II. WIKSK, rifsidcnt. CIIAItLES U. JONES, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



l>iios on nuniin.ij stock 

lioans on uiortKii;;!' sec.'urlty re- 

l):iitl . 

I ntcrest 

I'romiuni 

Flues 

Miscellaneous 



$4 50 



Total 



$121 50 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stocks and dividends $100 00 

95 50 lO.xpenses, as per schedule 21 50 

2 10 

72 

16 

18 46 



Total 



$121 50 



FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES R. HENRY, Fresideut. R. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on band June 30, 1906 $126 77 

Loaus on mortgage security re- 
paid '. 500 00 

Roal estate 971 46 

Refurder 226 21 

Miscellaneous 35 50 



Total $1,S59 94 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $44 93 

Ijouus on uiortgage security and 
loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2,238 67 

Total $2,283 60 



Disliursements. 

With(lra\tals of running stock and 

dividends $203 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 312 34 

Interest on withdrawals 155 18 

Profit aud loss 956 39 

Interest and premium 1S8 10 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 44 ■93 

Total $1^859 94 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $1,505 42 

Contingent difference..-. 778 18 



Total $2,283 60 



Shares of stock In force, 1,098; shares of stock loaned on, 54; membership, 207. 



FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION NO. 2 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES U. HENRY, President. R. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906. 
Real estate 



Total 



$584 47 
400 27 



$984 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $320 03 

Loans on mortgage security and 
loans on stock or pass hook se- 
curity 300 00 

Loans on other* security 13,334 09 

Real estate 32 99 



Total $13,987 11 



Disbursements. 



Expeuses as per schedule... 

Real estate 

Profit and losis 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. 



$312 24 


2 20 


350 27 


320 03 



Total 



$984 74 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $13,473 25 

Contingent difference 513 86 



Total $13,98711 



Shares of stock in force, 1,216, shares of stock loaned on, 69; membership, 263. 



88 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION NO. 3 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES It. HENRY, Tresident. R. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



$471 37 



Cash on baud June 30, 1906 

Loans on mortgage securitj' 

paid 50 00 

Real estate 6,897 30 

Refunder insurance and taxes 2 12 

Profit and loss 132 46 

Miscellaneous 89 87 



Total 7,643 12 

Assets. 

Casli on hand June 30, 1907 $1,803 65 

Loans on mortg'age security and 
loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,400 00 

Loans on other security '. 6j390 69 



Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,529: 



9,594 34 



L>isbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $39 90 

Expenses, as per schedule 330 87 

Interest on withdrawals 10 85 

Real estate 63 35 

Prolit aud loss 5,394 50 

Cash on band June 30, 1907 1,803 65 



Total 7,643 12 

Liabilities, 
dividends on running 



Dues and 

stock 

Delionture stock 

Contingent differencti 



$9,166 72 
200 00 
227 62 



Total $9,594 34 



ihares of stock loaned on, SO; membership, 291. 



FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION NO. 4 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES R. HENRY, President. R. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $1,536 96 

Loans on mortgage security ?•«>- 

naid 225 00 

Real estate 6,353 89 

Profit and loss 509 12 

Miscellaneous 15 00 



Total $8,639 97 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,408 38 

Loans on mortgage security and 
loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 350 00 

Loss previously charged to profit 
and loss 26,768 25 



Total $29,526 63 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $187 75 

Interest and premium returned 39 26 

Expenses, as per schedule 309 75 

Interest on borrowed money 12 99 

Real estate 35 75 

Profit and loss 5,64109 

Miscellaneous 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907.... 2,408 38 



Total $8,639 97 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'dcnds ou runuing 

stock $5,301 64 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 23,610 00 

Deposits and dividends 288 00 

lUlls payable 210 71 

Continirent difference 116 28 



Total $29,526 63 



Shares of stock in force, 886: shares of stock loaned on, 73; membership, 126. 



89 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



I IDELITi' liMILDlxNG AND SAVINGS UNION NO. 5 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
J A MRS It. HKNItY, iTcsldeiit. R. S. McMP:ANS, Secrotary. 

Condition .Iniie 30, U«t7. 
Kecdpts. 



Dlslnirsf'infnts. 



Cash .11 iiaiHl June 30, 1906 $1,365 11 

Loniis 0!i nioitga;;e security rc- 

pnld 150 00 

Ileal estate 9,916 05 



Witlitlrawals of running stock and 

clivii'cnds $109 00 

Interest on withdrawals 6 68 

KxpeDses, as per schedule 330 86 

Interest on borrowed money 34 32 

Real estate 9 50 

I'roUt and loss 9.90S 55 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1.032 25 



Total 



Assets. 



$11,431 16 
$1,032 25 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

i>ontis on niort/^airo security and 
)oans on stork or pass hook se- 
curity 335 00 

Loans on other security 3,SS5 22 

Koal estate 5114 



Total $11,431 16 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on runninjj 

stock $4,8.38 65 

Coiitincent difTercnce 464 96 



Total $5,303 61 



Total $5,303 61 



Shares of st^ick in force, 1,311; pharos of stock loaned on, 59; membership. 260. 



FI-EPCHER AMONI'E SAVINGS AND LOAN .ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



J. T. PEAKK. President. 



Receipts. 

June 30, 1906.. 



CIIAKLES R. YOKE, Secretary. 
Condition .Tune .'jO., 1907. 

Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $21,874 05 

Dues -in ru'iuiug stock 123,r)91 58 

P.-iid-up and prepaid stock 10,200 00 

Loans on .novtgagc security re- 
paid 64,000 OO 

Loans on stock or paNS hook sc- 

curiiy repaid S. 476 75 

Interest 12.524 31 

I'reiniuui 220 28 

Kines 267 41 

Forfeitures 11 00 

Membership fe(>s 512 75 

Insurance ". 553 00 



Totnl $242,231 13 

.\ssets. 

Cash on h.iuil June 30. 1907 $19,420 05 

Loans on niortu;a^'e security 168,416 58 

Lo.ms on stock or pass book se- 
curity 5,654 50 

Furi'ituro and tixtures 109 80 



Tota 1 $193,600 93 



Lo.-ins on mortgage security $89,866 58 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 7.11100 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 27,273 56 

Withdrawnls paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 7,727 91 

Matured stock 87,364 62 

Expen.'^es, as per .schedule 2,914 41 

Insvirance 553 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 19,420 05 



Total $242,23113 

Liabilities. 

Dues and -Jivideuds on running 
stock .$146,333 34 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 35,300 00 

Fund for contingent losses 11,967 59 



Total $193,600 93 



Shares of stuck in force, 5.225; shares of stock loaned on, 1,815; membership, 811. 



90 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



FOURTEENTH STREET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



JNO. S. LAZARUS, PresideDt. 

Coudition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June SO, 1906 $798 21 

Dues on running stock 3,312 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 3,400 00 

Loans on stoclv; or pass book se- 
curity repaid 735 00 

Interest 373 20 

Premium 85 91 

Fines 5 00 

Membership fees 50 

Transfer fees 1 00 



H. MULLIN, Secretary. 



D'sbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security ?2,250 00 

Lorins ou stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,075 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 1,095 19 

Matured stock 1,002 07 

Expenses, as per schedule 60 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 3,228 56 



Total $8,710 82 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $3,228 56 

Loans on mortgage security 3^900 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1.125 00 

Total $8,253 56 



Total $8,710 82 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $7,954 65 

Undivided profits 56 18 

Borrowed mouey 242 73 



Total 



8,253 56 



Shares of stock in force, 247; shares of stock loaned on, 85: membership, 38. 



GARFIELD PARK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



ERNEST SCHMIDT, President. 



AUGUST TAMM, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $1,004 63 

Dues ou running stock 15,40100 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 2,945 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,883 45 

Interest 1,205 84 

Premium ~S22 75 

Fines 39 BO 

Membership fees 87 50 

Borrowed mouey 3.810 GO 



Total $27,259 67 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $1,995 41 

Loans on mortgage security 20,750 75 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 3,634 65 

Furniture and fixtures 16 51 

Real estate 300 00 



Total $26,697 32 



Disbursements. 



Loans on jnortgage security $5,550 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2.315 10 

Withdrawals of running stock a no 

dividends 9.393 90 

Matured stock 4,479 07 

Expenses, as per schedule 804 75 

Borrowed money repaid 2,600 00 

Interest on borrowed money 12144 

Cash ou hand June 30, 1907 1,995 41 



Total $27,259 67 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $23,530 59 

Undivided profits 206 73 

Borrowed moi.oy 2,960 00 



Total $26,697 32 



Shares of stock in force, 1,224; shares of stock loaned on, 411; racmliorship, 222. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



GERMAN-AMERICAN BUILDING ASSOCIATION 01^' INDIANAPOLIS. 



OT'l'fJ STECIIllAN, I'rosidoiit. 



(1. W. BROWN, Secretary. 



Couuitiou June oO, 1907. 



Ilecwpts. 



DisLursements. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1906 $2,956 34 

l)uos on i-nnnini;' slock 22,790 SS 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock 2,200 00 

Deposits 4j^l6S 50 

liOans on mortgage security re- 
paid 13,533 77 

Loans on stoclc or pass Iwok se- 

c'lrity repaid 21,547 57 

Interest .' 6,228 31 

Keal estate 182 00 

Ileal estate rents 115 50 

Sundries 22 39 

Bills receivable 170 00 



Lofxns on mortgage security 

I-iOans on stock or pass book se- 
curity ' 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 

Witlulrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits , 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest 

Keal estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$12,599 67 

42,205 28 

3,209 70 

200 00 

1,503 37 

1,336 31 
4,062 39 
2,930 05 
68 02 
5,806 47 



Total $73,92126 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,806 47 

Loans on mort^'age security 26,576 31 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 87,185 00 

Furniture and fixtures 156 00 

Keal estate 691 42 

I'roperty sold under contract 4,198 19 

Bills receivable 815 74 



Total $73,921 26 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $57,063 69 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 36,921 43 

Deposits artd dividends 11,853 93 

Fund for contingent losses 4j^734 03 

Special dividend apportioned from 
reserve fund 14,856 05 



Total $12,542 13 Total $12,542 13 

Shares of stock in force, 1,662; shares of stock loaned on, 1,341; membership, 148. 



GERMAN HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP INDIANAPOLIS. 

I'JDWA41D C. REICK, President. HENRY FECTHMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $875 66 

Dues on running stock 25,386 82 

Loans on mortgage securitv re- 
paid ." 6,500 00 

Fioans on stock or pass book se- 

(turity repaid 12,643 56 

Interest 4^,881 94 

I'reniium, fines and membership 

fees 81 70 

Borrowed money 3,000 00 



Total $53^369 68 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $2,255 06 

Loans on mortgage security 63,700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 7,075 64 

Total $73,030 70 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $7,200 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 5,602 85 

AVithdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 20,222 95 

Matured stock 12,000 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 803 48 

Borrowed money repaid 4,550 CO 

Interest on borrowed money 693 84 

Stationary and advertising 4150 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,255 06 



Total $53,369 68 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running- 
stock $58,865 65 

Fund for contingent losses 2,515 05 

Borrowed money 11,650 00 



Total $73,030 70 



Shares of stock in force, 1,650; f-hares of stock loaned on, 947; membership, 298. 



92 



MAEION COUNTY— Contiimed. 



GOVERNMENT BUILDING AND LOAN INSTITUTION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

THOMAS L. SULLIVAN, I'lesideiit. LAWRENCE W. GEORGE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $1^^998 80 

Dues on running stock 24 50 

Loans on stocli or pas.s book se- 
curity repaid 16,000 00 

Interest and premium 

Real estate 

Rents 

Foreclosure costs repaid 

Bills receivable 



Total 



57 37 

3,664 "81 

241 46 

55 10 
937 75 



3,579 79 



Assets. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1907.... $3^667 82 

Loans on mortgage security 3,425 70 

Loans on stock or pass uook se- 
curity 3,201 oO 

Furniture and fixtures 798 25 

Real estate 5,224 5o 

Sheriff's certificates and judg- 
ments 877 77 

Due for insurance and taxes 513 48 

Bills receivable 937 21 

Net loss account interest and 

premium due and unpaid 2,639 80 

Net loss in excess of assets... 6,450 70 



Disbiu-sements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends $1,089 51 

Expenses^ as per schedule..." 1,184 74 

Insurance and "taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate 

Foreclosure costs 

Bills receivable 

Premium returned 

Net loss on real estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Total $8,579 79 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $14,871 65 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 12,865 16 



4 00 


623 72 


189 07 


82 58 


392 09 


1,346 26 


3,667 82 



Total $27,736 81 

Shares of stock in force, 1,294; membership, 196. 



Total $27,736 81 



HARrFORD SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

RL'SSELI. T. McFAI.L, President. H. P. HOLLOWAY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $832 74 

Dues on running stock 1,145 00 

Ijoans on mortgage security re- 
paid 6,869 63 

Interest 648 50 

Premium 3187 



Total 



9,527 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,034 74 

Loans on mortgage security 11,684 81 



Total $12,719 55 



Disl/ursements. 

Loans on mortgage sccrrity $5,600 40 

Withdrawals or running stock and 

dividends 2,685 10 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 80 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 127 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,034 74 



Total $9,527 74 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on nniuing 
slock pM2 92 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 1,600 00 

Undivided profits 1,316 63 



Total .$12,719 55 



Shares of stock in force, 426; shares of stock loaned on. 125; membership, 62. 



93 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



HOME BUILDERS' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



FKKD LAMMEUT, President. 



HUGO WUELFING, Secretary. 



Condition June 80, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Pisbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 190G $3^050 92 

Dues on runuiiiK stocli 36,808 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid and loans on stoclv or pass 

boolc security repaid 21,778 40 

Interest 6,825 12 

I'Mues 66 68 

Aleinbership fees 248 50 

Borrowed money 32,898 33 



Ijoaus on mortgage security and 
loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$47,429 92 

13,744 06 
14,600 00 

1,047 70 
23,490 74 

1,106 86 
256 67 



Total $101,675 95 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $256 67 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 126,125 92 

Dues iu arrears 319 81 



Total $101,675 95 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock .$101,198 06 

Fund for contingent losses and 
undivided profits 3,112 60 

Borrowed money 21,66170 

Due on loans paid in advance 730 40 



Total ■ $126,702 40 



Total $126,702 40 



.Shares of stock in force, 1,554; shares of stoidi loaned on, 526; mombersliip, 435. 



HOOSIER SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

R. P. BLODAU, President. WILLL\M H. STRINGER, Secretary. 

Condition .Tune .30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



4,531 54 
7,473 00 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 4,242 32 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid I.SIO 00 

Interest 1,048 30 

Premium 444 03 

Fines 11 "50 

Membership fees 30 25 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Total $20,590 94 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $3,337 53 

Jjoans on mortgage security 18,100 00 

Loans ou stock or pass book se- 
curity 320 00 



Total $21,757 53 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $9,300 03 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,835 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 4,644 73 

Expenses, as per schedule 463 68 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 10 00 

Cash ou hand June 30, 1907 3,337 53 



Total $20,590 94 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends ou runniug 

stock $21,727 15 

Undivided proflts 30 38 



Total $21,757 53 



Shares of stock iu force, 346; sliares of stock loaned on, 130; membership, 105. 



94 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



IDEAL SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



T. B. LAY COCK, President 



GEO. L. PABTZ, Secretary. 



Coudition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stoclr. 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid • 4,062 46 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other security repaid 

I nterest 

Premium 

Membership fees 

Real estate 



Total 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907.... 
Loans on moregage security.'. 
Loans on other security 



$1,107 65 


6,415 48 


• 4,062 46 


300 00 


7,982 00 


1,245 96 


239' 10 


6 00 


2,500 00 


$23,858 64 


$797 10 


$12,874 67 


3,778 63 



Loans on mortgage security $8,300 00 

Loans on other security 2,500 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 10,450 29 

Exnenses, as per schedule 247 00 

Borrowed money repaid 1,500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 64 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 797 10 



Total $23,858 64 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $16,012 35 

Fund for contingent losses 211 30 

Undivided profits 210 00 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Fixtures 16 75 



Total $17,450 40 Total $17,450 40 

Shares of stock in force, 499; shares ef stock loaned on, 176; membership, 122. 



INDEPENDENT TURNER SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 4 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



CHARLES LAUER, President. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,915 00 

Dues on running stock 12,447 50 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 4,885 50 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,020 00 

Interest 2,857 43 

Fin.es 25 4a 



Total $27,150 88 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,462 69 

Loans on mortgage security 41,250 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 14,135 00 

Interest 457 39 



Total $57,305 08 



FRED GOMPP, Secretary. 



Disl'ursemcnts. 



Loans on mortgage security $16,900 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 6,110 00 

Witlidrawais of running stock and 

dividends 2,256 50 

Expenses, as per schedule 326 00 

Interest •. . 95 69 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,462 69 



Total $27,150 88 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $51,685 00 

Fund for contingent losses 281 OO 

Undivided profits 5,339 08 



Total $57,305 08 



Shares of stock in force, 465; shares of stock loaned on, 161; membership, 100. 



95 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



INDIANA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 3 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JOS. RORINSTEIN, President. JACOB BUENNAGEL, Secretary. 

Condition June .30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $614 18 

Dues on running stocli 6,989 95 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 800 00 

Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 1,425 GO 

Loans on other security repaid... 10,079 00 

Interest 1,854 34 

Borrowed money 2,200 00 



E^isbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security.. $1,400 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,465 00 

Loans on other security 15,29150 

Witlidrawals of running stock and 

dividends 581 40 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 1,388 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 245 00 

Bori'owed money repaid 2,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 120 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 1,47157 



Total $23,962 47 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,47157 

Loans on mortgage security 3,400 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,065 00 

Loans on other security 32,922 50 

Interest delinquent 525 89 



Total $23,962 47 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $35,634 50 

Undivided profits 4,427 71 

Borrowed money 2,200 00 

Interest paid in advance.... 122 75 



Total $42,384 96 



Total $42,384 96 



Share,^ of stock in force, 246; shares of stock loaned on, 17; membership, 65. 



INDIANOLA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



W. S. JOHNSON, President. 



EDGAR D. ANDERSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $4,327 67 

Duos on running stock 25,958 30 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid and loans on stock or pass 

book security repaid 12,768 25 

Loans on other security repaid, 

interest and premium 3,457 37 

Membership fees 128 00 

Borrowed money 8,400 00 

Real estate 800 00 



Total $55,839 59 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $4,090 55 

Loans on mortgage security.. 52,200 00 

Loans on stoclE or pass book se- 
curity 225 00 

Real estate 949 43 



Total $57,464 98 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security. $19,368 25 

Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity 225 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 24,106 13 

Expenses, as per schedule 56110 

Borrowed money repaid 6,4C0 00 

Interest on borrowed money. 205 31 

Real estate 883 25 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1907.. 4,090 55 



Total $55,839 59 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $54,303 27 

Fund for contingent losses 561 71 

Borrowed money 2,600 00 



Total $57,464 9S 



Shares of stock in force, 1,294; shares of stock loaned on, 568; membership, 299. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



INDIANA SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



CHARLES E. COFFIN, President. 



CHARLES E. HOLLOWAY, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Casli on liand June 30, 1906 $13,733 86 

Dues ou running stoclv 74,989 52 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5,800 00 

Deposits 25,282 08 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid : 91,168 32 

Loans on stocli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 23,028 64 

Loans on other security repaid... 35,355 00 

Interest 24,473 53 

Deposits, loan sliares 2,073 14 

Trust Co. deposits witlidrawn. . . . 30 .400 00 



Total $325,904 09 

Assets. 

Casli on iiand June 30, 1907 $13,135 40 

Loans on mortgage security 380,958 17 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity ....'... 4,320 90 

Loans on other security 3,140 00 

Ou deposit Trust Co 6,000 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $145, 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 15, 

Leans on other security 25, 

Withdrawals of runuing stock and 

dividends 64, 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and diyidends 6, 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 13: 

Withdrawals loan shares 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 6, 

Expenses, as per schedule 3, 

Interest on deposits 2, 

Trust company deposits 29. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 13, 



604 50 
300 00 

783 36 

100 00 

272 27 
316 88 

134 29 
863 48 
795 11 
000 GO 

135 40 



Total $325,904 09 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $202,679 55 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 79.550 00 

Deposits and dividends 61,007 45 

Matured stock 51,003 73 

Fund for contingent losses 10.226 34 

Undivided profits 3,087 40 



Total $.407,554 47 Total $407,554 47 

Shares of stock in force, 7,56Si/2; shares of stock loaned on, 3,107^ membership, 915. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



INDIANA SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



C. N. THOMPSON, President. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



C. T. TUCK, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stocli 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 

Loans on stoclc or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on otlier security repaid... 

Interest 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Furniture 

Dividends returned ^ 

Contingent fund 



Disbursements. 



$2,440 67 

7,969 68 

278 05 

18,. 303 04 

95 00 

174 49 

5,145 84 

3,326 57 

44 85 

16 00 

8 94 

13 85 



$3,787 34 



Total $37,816 98 

Assets. 

Ca?li on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $6,135 09 

Loans on mortgage security 61,787 25 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 150 00 

Real estate sold under contract.. 4,703 17 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curitj' 

Withdrawals of i-unning stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Witlidrawal deposits and divi- 

diends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid ^ 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Dividends on running stock... 

Judgment and costs 

Contingent fund 

Interest returned 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $37,816 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $55,795 60 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 8,773v65 

Deposits and dividends 4,130 31 

Fund for contingent losses 2,120 08 

Undivided profits 1,955 87 



150 00 


10,339 36 J 


SCO 00 


2,452 29 


994 75 


1.810 00 


6.500 00' 


326 72 


98 58 


2,697 09 


13 85 


1,709 41 


2 50 


6,135 09 



Total $72,775 51 Total $72,775 51 

Shares of stock in force, 1,847; shares of stock loaned on. 793; membership, 250. 



INYES ORS LOAN AND SAYINGS COMPANY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
FRANK K. SAWYER, President. O. WINKENHAFER, Secretary. 

, Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 .$182 24 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 129 99 

Interest 28 32 



Total 



Assets. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907.. 
Loans on mortgage security. 
Loss account deficit 



$340 55 



$9 28 
792 39 
43 53 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security.. 
Expenses, as per schedule.... 
Cash on hand June 30, 1907.... 



Total 



Liabilities, 
dividends on running 
and 



Total $845 20 

Share.5 of stock in force, lOO; membership, 15. 

7-B. & L. 



Dues and 

stock . . 
Paid-np and prepaid stock 

dividends 

Dividends due and unpaid.. 

Total 



$300 to 
31 27 
9 28 



$340 55 



$230 20 



600 00 
15 00 



$845 20 



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MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES T. LAYMAN, President. ANDREW M. BRISTOR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,177 16 

Loans ou mortgage security re- 
paid .■ 15 00 

Loans ou otlier security repaid lOO 00 

Interest 24 30 

Loans repaid 666 22 

Judgment 4,S75 06 



Disbursements, 
of running stoclj and 



Witlidrawal 

dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule. 

Costs 

Judgments, etc 

Loans 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$2,016 9^ 


541 85 


77 90 


88 76 


75 42 


5,056 83 



Total 



,857 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,056 83 

Real estate 750 00 

Real estate sold under contract.. 385 00 

Notes secured by mortgage 200 00 

Loss 3,476 SO 



Dues 

stock . 
Warrants 



Total . . . ., 

Liabilities, 
and dividends on running 



7,857 74 



$5,861 19 
4,007 44 



Total 



9.868 63 



Total $9,868 63 



Shares of stock in force, 276; shares of stock loaned on, 7; membership, 31. 



INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 2 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES T. LAYMAN, President. ALBERT M. BRISTOR, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $325 15 

Loans on mortgage securitv re- 
paid .' 174 50 

Loans repaid from real estate 4SS 77 

Judgments 6,005 36 



Total 



3,993 78 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $797 09 

Real estate 175 00 

Real estate sold under contract... 174 96' 

Loss 4,118 14 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends $5,513 93 

Expenses, as per schedule 510 42 

Costs 87 00 

Loans 85 34 

Cash on hand June 30. 1907 797 09 



Total 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on 

stock 

Warrants 



S,993 78 



$5,036 97 

228 22 



Total .$5,265 19 

Shares of stock in force 2S4: membership 37. 



Total $5,265 19 



99 



MAEION COUNTY— Contimied. 



MADISON AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOxVN ASSOCIATION NO. 8 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



WILLIAM KLEIS, President. 



JACOB BUENNAGEL, Secretary. 



Coudition .June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Casli on band June 30, 1906 $1,105 65 

Dues on rnnning stock 8,898 45 

LiOans on uiort'^age security re- 
paid 595 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,966 83 

Loans on other securty repaid... 1,643 07 

Interest 10 00 

P)-eminm 10 40 

Forfeitures 1 50 

Borrowed money 5,400 00 



Total $20,630 90 

Assets. 

Casli on liand June 30, 1907 $815 53 

Loans on mortgage security 6,800 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 2,900 00 

Loans on other security 1,935 37 

nelinquent dues 477 95 



Disbursements. 



lioans on mortgage security 

Loans on stoclk or pass boolc se- 
curity 

Loans on otlier security 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Caph on hand June 30, 1907 



$400 00 

2,645 00 
7,497 15 

3,599 20 
270 00 

5,000 00 
404 02 
815 53 



Total .• $20,630 90 

Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Diies paid in advance 



$23,122 75 

1,136 65 

6,000 00 

87 45 



Total .....$30,346 85 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2S6; shares of stock loaned on, 34; membership, 85. 



346 85 



MADISON AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 9 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



JONATHAN T. WARNER, President. 



PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30. 1907. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $3,769 70 

Loans on mortgag'e securitv re- 
paid 200 00 

Interest 104 00 

Borrowed money 21,100 00 

Transfer fee 135 25 



Total $25,308 95 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $812 97 

Loans on mortgage security 20,925 00 



Total $21,737 97 

Shares of stock in force, 517; membership, 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $21,125 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 58 85 

Expenses, as per schedule 176 60 

Borrowed money repaid 3,000 00 

Intei'est on borrowed money 65 28 

Interest prepaid on mortgage 

leans 70 25 

Cash on hand Juue 30, 1907 812 97 



Total $25,308 95 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ruuning 

stock $3.637 97 

Borrowed money 18,100 00 



Total $21,737 97 



200. 



100 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



MERIT SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
A. HENRY HENSCHEN, President. OLIVER R. WALD, Secretary. 

Co]idition June 30, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $5^572 05 

Loans on mortgage securitj' re- 
paid 

Interest 

Memlersliip fees 

Borrowed money 



Total 



124 65 
13 00 
60 00 

700 00 



5,732 70 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,889 36 

lioans on mortgage security "2,800 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 521 90 

Loss 68 74 

Total $5,280 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total $6J32 

Liabilities. 

Duos and dividends on running 
stock $5,280 



$2,800 00 


784 90 


292 05 

266 39 

700 00 

1,889 36 



Total $5,280 00 



Shares of stock in force, 389; shares of stock loaned on, 14; membership, 82. 



MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Ill Liquidation.) 
C. C. FOSTER, President. W. A. RHODES, Secretary. 

Coudition Juue SO, 1907. 
Receipts. 



Cnsh on hand .June 30, 1906 $546 04 

Loans on mortgatie security re- 
paid, loans on stock or pass book 
security repaid, and loans on 
other security repaid 9,552 75 



Interest 



529 00 



Disbursements. 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends and matured stock $7,182 60 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 1,13188 

lusuiauce and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 8 00 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 : 2,305 32 



Total 



Assets. 

Cnsh on hand June 30, 1907. 
Real estate 



$10,627 80 



$2,305 30 
2,882 62 



Total $10,627 80 

Liabilities. 
Undivided profits $5,187 92 



Total $5,187 92 



Total $5,187 92 



101 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



NEW PROGRESS BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



FRED EBERHARDT, Tresideiit. 



PETER PFISTERBR, Secretary. 



Couditiou June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Dlsburaemeuts. 



Cash on hnnd .Tnnp 30, 1906 $1,249 00 

Dues on running stocls 12,78150 

I^oans on mortgage security re- 
paid 5,100 00 

Loans on sfocli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 1,880 00 

Interest 1,805 39 

Fines 2 80 

Mombcrstiip fees 33 60 

Borrowed money 300 00 

Rent 13110 



n I ' I : ' I I ' s, ■ >> ' ' ' i 

Loans on mortgage security $66,500 00 

Loans on other security 2,670 00 

Withdrawals of running stocli and 

dividend? 6,241 89 

Matured stocli 2,600 00 

Expenses, as per schedule 742 21 

Borrowed monej' repaid 2,300 00 

Interest on borrowed money 67 15 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 2,012 14 



Total 



$23,283 39 



Liabilities. 



Total $23,283 39 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1907 $2,012 14 

Loans ou mortgage security 29,450 00 

Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity 3,645 00 

Real estate 2,426 10 

Total $37,533 24 Total $37,533 24 

Shares of stock in force, 1,071; shares of stock loaned on, 88; membership, 191. 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $37,307 85 

Undivided profits 225 39 



NEW SHELBY STREET BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



AUGUST BOEHM, President 



ANTON SCHMIDT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1906 $234 82 

Dues on running stock 9,518 10 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 4,322 63 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 161 00 

Interest 1,169 10 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 



Total $16,915 65 

Assets. 



Ca,sh on hand June 30, 1907 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curir.v 



$11 67 
19,740 60 



634 00 



Total $20,386 27 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,710 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 125 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 7.683 98 

Expenses, as per schedule 114 00 

Borrowed money repaid 250 00 

Interest on borrowed mone>- 21 00 

Cash ou hand June 30, 1907. 11 67 



Total $16,915 65 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

•stock $15,173 70 

Undivided profits 3.962 57 

Borrowed moue.v 1,250 00 



Total $£0,386 27 



Shares of stock in "force, STO; shares of stock loaned on, 96; membership, 92. 



102 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



OCCIDENTAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS-OCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



WILLIAM A. KELLER, President. 



JACOB BUENNAGEL, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $162 05 

Dues on running stocls 14,432 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 6,800 00 

Loans on stoeli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 3,050 00 

Interest 1,952 00 

Premium 166 05 

Membership fees 73 50 

Borrowed money 8,800 00 

Real estate 70 00 

Rent 85 40 



Total $36,81100 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,353 33 

Loans on mortgage security 22,997 00 

Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity *. 592 00 

Loans on other security 15,050 00 

Real estate 1,199 00 

Dues, premium and interest del. . 1,460 70 

Foreclosure cost 314 78 



Disbursements. 



$6,200 CO 



Loiins on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
cti.rity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and divi- 
dends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid.... 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Foreclosure cost 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



Total •. $36,811 00 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $33,688 99 

Fund for contingent losses 2,148 34 

Undivided prolits 2,945 58 

Borrowed money 4,000 00 

Dues, premiums and interest paid 

in advance 1S3 90 



1,110 00 


4,200 00 


1,882 56 


11,484 00 


3,800 00 


444 98 


5,800 00 


171 35 


50 00 


314 78 


1,353 33 



Total $42,966 81 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 541; shares of stock loaned on, 56; membership, 170. 



42,966 81 



PARNELL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Ot" INDIANAPOLIS. 



GEORGE SADLIEK, President. 



JEREMIAH COLLINS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid , 

Loans on other security repaid... 

Interest 

Premi'im 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 



Total $7,983 41 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $1,103 55 

Loans on mortgage security 3,600 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 10,180 00 



.$924 82 


4,136 95 


405 50 


721 05 


247 20 


62 91 


767 08 


15 40 


2 50 


700 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals on running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed mone;,' 

Cash on hand June 30, 190r 



$1,600 00 
1,618 00 

2.393 36 

^405 60 

156 00 

70O 00 

7 00 

1,103 55 



Total $7,983 41 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $13,170 50 

Undivided profits 1,712 55 



Total $14,883 55 

Shares of stock in force, 197; membership, 40. 



Tota 1 $14,883 05 



103 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



TEOrLES MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



J. F. REINEC.KE, Pi-esideut. 



HKNRY R. MARTIN, Secretary. 



Conditiou June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



baud June 30, 1906 $1,518 67 

running stocli 44,556 84 

mortgage security re- 



Cash on 
Dues on 
Loans o 

paid .~' '. .' 31,953 11 

Iut<H-est 8,494 70 

Premium 2,057 IS 

Membersliip fees 27 00 

Borrowed money 18,750 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stoclj or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Bon owed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. 



$61,200 00 

125 00 

8,114 27 
22.200 00 
i;083 90 
9,""000 00 
592 25 
5,042 08 



Total $107,357 50 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,042 08 

Loans on mortgage security 134,369 39 



Total $107^357 50 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $119,172 67 

Undivided profits 6,738 80 

Borrowed money 13,500 00 



Total $139,411 47 



Total $139,411 47 



Shares of stock in force, 3.673; shares of stock loaned on, 1,559; membership, 422. 



PHOENIX GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



JACOB BEUTER, President. 



ADOLPH G. EMHARDT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Ca.sh on hand June 30. 1906 $2,282 51 

Dues on running stock 12,320 55 

Loans on stock "or pass bcok se- 
curity repaid 100 00 

Interest 48167 

Premium 54 34 

Fines 6 05 

Memliership fees 4 75 

Borrowed money 6.000 00 

Transfer fee 10 50 

Incidentals 8 30 



Total $21,268 67 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $427 40 

Loans on mortgage security 15,575 00 

Loans ou stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,305 00 



Total $17,307 40 



Disbursements. 



15.575 00 
1,405 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed juouey repaid 

Interest on borrowed monev 

Cash on hand .lune 30, 1907 



Total $21,268 67 

• Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock $14,422 65 

Fund for contingent losses 184 75 

Borrowed money 2.700 00 



227 70 

276 00 

3,300 00 

57 57 

427 40 



Total $17,307 40 



Shares of stock in force, 424; shares of stock loaned on, 41; membership, 101. 



104 
MAEION COUNTY— Continned. 



PLYMOUTH SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 2 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



CALVIN W. BUSH, President. 



KDWARD GILBERT, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Disbursements. 



m,222 45 


317845 63 


19,306 87 


2,139 25 


187 54 


SO 25 


1 25 


735 00 


435 45 


570 80 


415 00 



Cash on liand June 30, 1906 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 

Loans on stoclc or pass booli se- 
curit.v repaid 

Interest 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Real estate 

Ref under insurance and taxes 

Rent 

Real estate sold on contract 



Total $66,939 49 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $8,804 20 

Loans on mortgage security 75,202 36 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,445 00 

Furniture and fixtures 135 03 

Real estate , 8,79194 

Dues for insurance and taxes 505 33 

4,360 00 



Loans on mortgage security,. 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Interest on deposits 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers '. 

Real estate and improvements... 

Insurance, taxes and repairs 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



520^311 00 
2,744 25 

19,431 43 

11,472 57 

2,675 60 

43 30 

302 81 

734 80 

419 53 

8,804 20 



Total $66,939 49 

Liabilities. 

Deposits and dividends $90,542.20 

Matured stock 2,400 00 

Fund for continsrent losses 3,500 00 

Undivided profits 2,801 66 



Real estate sold on contract. 



Total $99,243 86 Total $99,243 86 

Shares of stoi.'k in force, 1,4201-5; shares of stock loaned on, 456 1-5; membership, 352. 



PROSPECT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP INDIANAPOLIS. 



JOHN F. WHITE, President. 



JOHN SCHLEY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash ond hand June 30, 1906 $19,595 53 

Dues on running stock 7,496 95 

Loans on mortgage security re- 

I)did 3,200 00 

Loans on stocl< or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,365 00 

Loans on other security repaid 30 00 

Interest 858 87 

Premium 379 76 

Fines 6 50 

Membership fees .29 25 

P.orrowed money 5,000 00 

Real estate 1,400 00 

Rents 3S0 20 



I/Oans on mortgage "security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed- m.oney repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate — Expense. of sale 

Ponds 

Rebate of interest 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$4,550 00 

350 t)0 
130 00 

2,158 79 

9,400 00 

638 21 

3,000 00 

161 78 

64 69 

6 08 

10 00 

1,636 31 



Total $22,106 06 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 .$1.636 51 

Loans on mortgage security 14,300 00 

Lc'pns on stock or pass book se- 
curity 670 00 

Loans on other security 130 00 

Furniture and fixtures 40 00 

Real estate 3,750 00 

Interest and premium acciiied.. 2182 

Total $20, .548 33 Total $20,548 33 

Shares of stock in force, 334; shares of stock loaned on, 75; membership, 159 



Total $22,106 06 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock : $17,028 43 

Fund for contingent losses 22153 

Undivided profits 298 37 

P.orrowod money 3,000 00 



105 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



riiUDENTIAL DEPOSITORY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

EDWIN L. WILLIAMS, President. CHARLES R. JONES, Secretary. 

Condition .lune 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 

Cash ou liand June 30, 1906 $50 45 Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

Dues on running stock 309 00 stock and dividends $4,784 53 

Loans ou mortgage security re- Expen;/es, as per schedule 97197 

paid 3,500 00 

Interest 96 66 

Premium 32 21 

Real estate 1,768 00 

Total $5,756 32 Total $5,756 32 



RAILROADMEN'S BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



D. S. HILL, President. 



Receipts. 



W. T. CANNON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $52,202 54 

Dues on riuiuing stock 337,609 32 

Paid-np and prepaid stock 213,000 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 350,159 29 

Loans on stock or pass book 

security repaid 55,996 43 

Interest 102,522 70 

I'remium 697 10 

Bonowed money 352,350 00 

Real estate 1,425 00 

Rents 36 70 

Unpaid orders in hands of treas- 
urer 31,834 63 



Total $1,497,833 71 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $32,085 56 

Loans ou mortgage security 1,611,382 94 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 18,865 32 

Furniture and fixtures 305 73 

Discount 91 67 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and pre- 
paid stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expen.=:es, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate, taxes 

Discount 

Orders unpaid in hands of treas- 
u! er 

Cavh on hand June 30, 1907 



$664,063 55 

37,476 30 

235,164 56 

81,900 GO 

72,220 22 

8,711 70 

342,350 00 

1,524 46 

31 52 

91 67 

22,214 09 
32,214 09 



Total $1,497,833 71 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on ininning 

stock $934,015 47 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 569,000 00 

Fond for contingent losses 65,000 00 

Undivided profits , 2,557 18 

lU/rrowed money ' 20.000 00 

Dividends 40,323 94 

Unpaid orders in hands of treas- 
nrer, 31,834 63 

Total $1,662,731 22 Tot.'il $1,662,731 22 

Shares of stock in force, 33,574; shares of stock loaned on, 20,293; membership, 4,918. 



106 



MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



SOUTH MERIDIAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO. 5 OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

AUGUST H. PLANK, President. JOHN G. OHL.EYBR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $7,099 90 

Dues on running stock 23,016 20 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 6,575 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 735 00 

Interest 1,741 10 

Membership fees 10 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security ?8,385 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 19,945 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 3,669 05 

Expenses, as per schedule 808 35 

Borrowed money repaid 400 00 

Interest on borrowed money 20 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 5,949 15 



Total 



i,177 20 



Total 



9,177 20 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $5,949 15 

Loans on mortgage security 33.487 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 38,64100 

Accrued interest 1,738 55 



Dues and dividends on running 

stock $72,564 45 

Undivided profits 6,859 25 



Total $79,815 70 



Total $79,815 70 



Shares of stock in force, 836; shares of stock loaned on, 360; membership, 243. 



SOUTHEASTERN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



E. E. HELLER, President. 



J. W. RHODELAND, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $3,722 41 

Dues on running stock 16,656 00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid ..; 10,125 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 401 00 

Interest 2,047 95 

Premium 286 87 

Fines 3 90 

Membership fees - 15 50 

Borrowed money 80O 00 

Miscellaneous 14 _37 



Total $34,073 00 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1907 $1.879 02 

Ix)ans on mortgage security 3B,450 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 1,290 00 

Furniture and fixtures 66 25 

Real estate 2,226 77 

Real estate— Sinking fund 123 76 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security., $15 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



600 00 
1,135 00 



226 77 
909 74 
518 47 
80O 00 
4 00 
879 02 



Total $34,073 00 



Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 

stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits , 



i,474 72 
550 00 
11 08 



Total $41,035 80 Total $41,035 80 

Shares of stock in force, 627; shares of stock loaned on, 165; membership, 215. 



107 



MAEION COUNTY— Contiimed. 



STA'l'E HOUSE BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

W. W. HUBBAUD, rrcsident. H. F. HACKEDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $194 33 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 400 GO 

Real estate 3,383 SO 

Uef under insurance and taxes 343 25 



$435 92 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withdrawals of runnin'.r stocli and 

dividends 109 74 

Kxjienses. as per scliedule 1,002 14 

Borrowed money repaid 820 00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 113 80 

Premium rebates 185 66 

Profit and loss. 1,199 29 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 454 92 



Total 



4,321 47 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $454 92 

Loans on mortgage security 2,634 81 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

cority 3,032 00 

Furniture and fixtures 798 13 

Real estate 7,072 15 

Due for insurance and taxes 897 9S 

Profit and loss ; 15,363 94 



Total $4,321 47 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dividends on running 
stock $19,314 43 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 10,809 50 

Borrowed money 130 00 



Total $30,253 93 



Total ....; $30,253 93 



Share::' of stock in force, 1,449; shares of stock loaned on, 32; membership, 235. 



STATE HOUSE BUILDING ASSOCIATION NO. 2 OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

W W. HUBBARD, President. H. F. HACKEDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1907. 



Receipts. 
Cash on hand June 30, 1906. 



Total 



$790 16 



$790 16 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1907 

Lo.i.ns on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Furniture and fixtures 

Due for insurance and taxes. 



$139 86 
191 00 

145 00 

44 02 

166 SO 

Profit and loss 1.634 22 

Total $2,320 90 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $15 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 549 50 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid 

stocK and dividends 72 80 

Expenses, as per schedule 13 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 139 86 



Total 



$790 16 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 
stock $2,029 70 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 
dividends 29120 



Total $2,320 90 



Shares of stock in force, 252; shares of stock loaned on, 16; membership, 78. 



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MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



STANDARD SAVINtiS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

M. G. MeLAIN, President. ALEX TAGGART, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1907. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 

Cash on liauci June 30, 1906 $164 93 Withdrawals of running stocli and 

Misce ^ ""' "^ "" " 



laneous 1,2?A 37 



Total $1,396 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907. JlVnt 

Real estate ''00<J w 



Total 

Membership, 22. 



7,013 74 



dividends $1,252 24 

Taxes 130 32 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 13'74 



Total $1,396 30 

Liabilities. 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends $6,260 00 

Undivided profits 753 74 



Total 



',013 74 



STANDARD SAVINGS AND I-OAN ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



J. H. BALLMANN, President. 



JULIUS F. KKINECKB, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1907. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1906 $2,4S7 40 

Duos on running stock 21,29X00 

Loans on mortgage security re- 
paid 6,800 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,860 00 

Intore&t 3,56129 

Premium 25168 

Pines 7 35 

Membership fees 60 25 

Borrowed money 4,800 00 

Real estate 516 72 

Transfer fee 75 



Total $44,636 44 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 $939 48 

Loans on mortgage security 46,100 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 4,150 00 

Loans on other security 11,810 00 

Furniture and fixtures 160 00 

Real estate 5,800 00 

Interest due 942 94 

Premium delinquent 7 00 

Dues delinquent 262 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Matui-ed stock 

Expenses, as per schedule 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers '. 

Real estate— Repairs 

Street improvement 

Water works 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907 



$5,650 00 
5,275 OO 

6,533 95 

20,500 0